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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COM004UNITY Wednesday, October 9, 2013 Page 6 GLANCES 1N THE PAST Bachmeier- Merchant wedding FIFTEEN YEARS AGO October 7, 1998 Guests at the Marlo Hubin home Sunday in honor of the first communion of Garrett were Joyce Jacobs, Villard,; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Gleason, Sandy and Cassondra Hubin, Iris Marshall, and Edna Hubin. The Chargers had a tough mission as they faced the 4-0 Patriots after losing their last 2 games against Lake Benton and Lincoln Hi. The Chargers trailed 20 to zip at the half, but came back in the second half to score 20 unanswered points and a touchdown in overtime to chalk up a 26-20 comeback win. THIRTY YEARS AGO October 6, 1983 Tuesday morning it was announced that Floyd Knakmuhs, previously employed by Tri-County co-op Oil of Tracy, had pur- chased the Westbrook facili- ties of that company and the Farmers Elevator Company of Westbrook had purchased the bulk fuel part of the local business. The Westbrook communi- ty and surrounding area were saddened this week to learn of the passing of Dr. John Carlson at his home in Question: What are the rules regarding using your bright front hfaldlights while on the ? On a two-lane 6divid- ed roadway a person needs to dim their bright lights for oncoming traf- fic within 1,000 feet and additionally they are to be dimmed within 200 feet when you are fol- lowing another vehicle. This would also apply to traffic on frontage roads and roadways which are adjacent or have a com- mon boundary, edge or are abutting. 169.61 Subv.(b) When the driver of a vehicle approaches a vehicle within 1,000 feet, such driver shall use a distri- bution of light, or com- posite beam, so aimed that the glaring rays are not projected into the eyes of the oncoming driver. Westbrook. It was just a year ago that a grateful commu- nity gathered at the elemen- tary school to honor "Doe" after 50 years of service to the Westbrook area. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO October 10, 1968 The Westbrook Nursing Home will soon begin con- struction of a 14-beal addi- tion to the present building which will give the home a residents&apos; census of 49. Thieves broke into the H&M Clover Farm super market here in the early hours last Friday morning and took a money bag con- mining about $200 in cash, and checks totaling another $200. However, one of the thieves apparently dropped his wallet which contained two $100 bills and seven $20s, which resulted in a net loss of $140. The same thieves are believed to be the ones who took $4,000 worth of liquor from the Currie Liquor Store the same morn- ing. Major postal service changes to extend over- night mail service deliver- ies throughout MN and pave the way for similar service improvement over a four-state area have been announced. ASK A TROOPER BY JACALYN STICHA Many drive with their bright lights at night, without dimming, because they can see bet- ter. This is illegal and unsafe for all drivers. If it is the only option for the driver, because vision would be too poor to drive without brights on, they should not be driv- ing at night. We do rec- ommend, especially as we age, to have eyeglass prescription and eyes checked yearly. Often, new lenses and keep- ing up with our chang- ing eyes can improve our experience with night and general driving. If you have any traf- fic safety question contact Sgt. Sticha at, jacalyn.sticha@ state. mn.us. Questions may be edited and not all will be answered in the col- umn. Follow Sgt. Sticha on twitter @MSPPIO_ SOUTH. The marriage of Erin Bachmeier and Jeffrey Merchant was held Saturday, May 4, 2013 at St. Wenceslaus Church, Dickinson, ND. Officiating at the ceremony was Fr. Kregg Hochhalter. Parents of the couple are Ron and Mary Bachmeier, Dickinson, ND and Tom and Junette Merchant, Westbrook, MN. Matron of honor was Chelsea Kiebel. Bridesmaids were Kayla Fenster, Ashley Krushevsky, Kristina Vance, Jessie Bren, Jenn Urlacher. Flower girl was Reina Williams. Best man was Dale Repnow. Groomsmen were Joseph Merchant, Jason Merchant, Josh Vance, Tom Bren, Jim Kiebel. Ring bearers were David and Aidan Bachmeier. Ushers were Ethan Krebs, Ty Dressler, Judd Jasmer, Dale Tofte. The dinner and dance was held at the Eagles Club, Dickinson, ND. Erin 'is employed with Badlands Human Service Center. Jeff is employed with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. The couple are at home in Dickinson, ND. McLaBe Minnesota, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire-Hathaway, is currently seeking qualified candidates to join our team! McLane, a wholesale grocery distributor, has been in busi- ness for over 100 years and continues to grow each year! Our Minnesota leca'don has recently added to our portfolio of outstanding customers and must fill the following posttion immediately. Maintenance 2:00 pm Start M-F, $15.60 + .35 shift bay DOE Previous Warehouse, maint exp preferred. We are seeking candidates with a good work history and a great attendance record. Must pass drug test, physical screening and background check. Some peardons require additional skills. If you are interested in joining the McLane Team please email or fax your resume, or stop in to fir out an application. McLane Minnesota Ak 1111 5th SIz'eet West, Norllzfield, MN 55057 McLANE. Fax (507) ee4-3042 mnhr@mclaneco.com EOE/M/F/D ! [  OU mmunlzatlon r l " -iiii: THRIFTY00 Store Hours: ................... I M0n-Fri: 9am-5:30pm I lOO% Employee Owned Sat: 9am-2 pm Sunday: Closed I USEI) IAIUil )ILN ! and those around you. THRIFTY W rook. MN WHITE __estb , PHARMA 507-274-6114 W estbroo k. R ose hill 4.H Club Celebrates National 4.H Week 4-Hers across the nation will celebrate National 4-H Week on October 7-13. For over 100 years, 4-H has pro- vided youth with the oppor- tunities necessary to learn leadership, citizenship and life skills. The four H's remain the same: head, heart, hands and health. They represent the important areas of intellect, character, skills and physical development that are essen- tial to living a fulfilling life, not only as a young person but as an adult member of society. The Westbrook-Rosehill 4-H Club has 14 members and 2 leaders. They meet six times a year. They do fun activities such as bowling, a community service proj- ect, a 4-H banquet and the highlight is the Cottonwood County Fair where 4-Hers can show projects they have worked on throughout the past year and livestock they have been raising. You no longer have to be a "farm kid" to belong to 4-H. Some popular fair projects include crafts, food review, photography, shop projects, fashion review, as well as livestock shows. Young people can choose among more than 1,000 projects where they can gain skills and knowledge applicable now and in the future. In Cottonwood County, more than 225 youth are involved in the local 4-H program. To learn how to become a 4-H member contact Crystal Reith, Cottonwood County 4-H Program Coordinator, at 831-4022 or 1-800-967- 1763. Protecting your persona information Protect yourself from identity theft and fraud Identity theft is a seri- ous crime that happens when someone uses your personal information with- out your consent to com- mit fraud or other crimes. Your personal information can include your name and Social Security, Medicare number, bank account, or credit card numbers. Keep all personal infor- mation, such as your Medicare number, safe. * Protect your Medicare number as you would your credit card information. * Don't give out your personal information until you are sure that a person is working with Medicare and their product is approved by Medicare. Know the rules about when someone can ask for your personal informa- tion. Know who you can trust. Most people are honest and want to help you make health care decisions that are best for you. Only give out your personal informa- tion to someone you trust or to a doctor or supplier approved by Medicare. Also, make sure that you are present when your per- sonal information is used. If you would like more information about "Protecting Your Personal Information" call the Senior LinkAge Line at 1-800- 333-2433. The Senior LinkAge Line: A One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors is a free statewide service of the Minnesota Board on Aging and Area Agencies on Aging. Specialists provide one-to- one assistance with help- ing older adults age well and live well. Call 1-800- 333-2433 for assistance Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm or chat with a specialist online during these hours at www. MinnesotaHelp.info <http:// www.MinnesotaHelp.info> . BONANZA BUCKS .............................. 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