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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR SERVICES September 25-October 2, 2013 S e n i o r Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Chicken, mixed veggies, peaches Thursday: Pulled pork sandwich, baked beans Friday: Spaghetti, green beans, lettuce Monday: Chicken on bis- cuit, peas, fruit cocktail Tuesday: Pork, baked potato, applesauce Wednesday: Beef tips/ gravy, mashed potatoes, corn Menus subject to change For reservations call Angle at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO September 23, 1998 Sally Nelsen turned over her position as Director of Nursing at the Westbrook Health Center to Priscilla Comnick. Officially Comnick took over her duties as of September 1. Nelsen, who was direc- tor for 17 years, will con- tinue as part/me RN OR nurse. The Westbrook Health Center Board met last Tuesday night at the Community Center. Chairperson Marlow Erickson told the audience the board is moving ahead with proposed remodeling of the clinic, hospital, and congregate living apart- ments. The board has made the decision to lease the facility to Sioux Valley Health Systems. The lease agreement is for 19 years. THIRTY YEARS AGO September 22, 1983 Tuesday night a person or persons were doing power turns by Our Savior&apos;s Lutheran Church in Dovray when they lost control of their vehicle and slammed into a fence made of stone and wood. The fence was on the Gayle Rupp proper- ty. Due to unusual weather and some infestation of corn borers some farmers are electing to get their corn out as soon as possible. In some counties, the corn borer infestations have become a major concern for farmers. Keela Bakken of the Westbrook Willing Workers 4-H Club was named to the Court of Honor at the MN State Fair this year. She competed in the 4-H Fashion Revue wearing navy blue pinstripe slacks, teamed with a Scandinavian design knit sweater and fin- ished off with a blue turtle- neck,. Age 13, Keela is the daughter of Lee and Phyllis Bakken of rural Westbrook. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO September 26, 1968 Queen candidates for Homecoming festivities are Sheila Barrie, Julie Cohrs, Carolyn Pierson, Mary Jackels, Vicky Wahl, and Shirley Refsal. Mrs. Donald Cohrs of Dovray attended the National Convention of the American Legion and Auxiliary in New Orleans from September 6-12. She served as a delegate from the 2nd District. On Sunday September 29, the congregation of the Immanuel Baptist church will break ground for the construction of a new chris- t/an Education Unit to be attached to the main build- ing. WALNUT GROVE SENIOR MIRROR OF NUTRITION 00;ERVICES BYGONE DAYS September 30-October 4, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Liver/onions or meatballs, fried potatoes, car- rots, pears Tuesday: Not available Wednesday: Not avail- able Thursday: Not available Friday: Not available For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Hello to all from the staffand tenants at Country View Senior Living Community. This week has not been as busy as last week, however the tenants have had many opportuni- ties to participate in activi- ties. This week we have had BINGO, stretching with Ashlee, Bone Builders, J-I- N-G-O, PoKeNo, Nail painting, Bible Study, Kings Comer and Margaret Palin from Western Community Action was here on Wednesday speak- ing to the senior diners. The 500 card tournament was replaced by a game of hand & foot canasta. Next week there will be blood pressure checks, the bus to Marshall on Monday, the tenant meet- ing on Wednesday morn- ing with arts & crafts in the afternoon. The bus will also go to JackPot Junction on Wednesday afternoon for music and gambling. UNO and Sequence will also be in the afternoons on Thursday and Friday. It is Active Aging Week from the 22nd-28th. We will be encouraging all tenants to participate in a walking program outdoors each day. Hopefully the weather will cooperate and the tenants can all enjoy the new walking path. That's the news from the country. Have a terrific week! FIFTEEN YEARS AGO September 23, 1998 Another part of the town disappeared this past week. The metal building across from Nellie's Cafe, located where the railroad stockyards used to be, was tom down last week. On Monday work- ers were tearing up the cement foundation. The property is owned by Meadowland Farmers Coop and the word is that the card trol gas pumps will be moved from the present location to the east, to that comer. Area farmers are beginning to harvest both corn and soy- beans. Crops are yielding well, but the prices remain at a level way below what farm- ers need to continue their operation. On September 9, the WWG Agriculture classes attended the Fall Field Day at the Southwest Experiment Station located west of Lamberton. The day was filled with tours exhibits, and clinics. THIRTY YEARS AGO September 22, 1983 The past week fluctuated from air conditioners to turn- ing on furnaces. Overnight lows carried well into the morning during the fore part of the week, but mid-after- noon temperatures ranged as high as 82 by Saturday after- noon. Sister Martha Ann McGinnis has taken over duties as Pastoral Associate at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Walnut Grove to fill the vacancy left when Sister Eunice I)razba resigned in August. Walnut Grove picked up its third win of the season last Friday night at Lamberton when they scored 24 points in the second quarter and 16 in the fourth for a 40-0 win. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO September 26, 1968 Glenn R. Shaw, superin- tendent of the Walnut Grove Public Schools was one of the group of superintendents given special recognition and a pin for having completed 25 years of service as super- intendent of Minnesota schools. Burglars took seven guns, all the 12-gauge shotgun ammunition in stock, and a radio from the Olson Hardware in Walnut Grove Friday night. The burglars also scattered all the papers in the office around. 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