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Mrs. Elizabeth Smits of Cohrs of 15ouglas, WY at Bill, Worthington was a Friday dinner WY. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mildred Cohrs, Lois Knutson, VanMaasdam. Eleunore Bunker, Jay and Luverna SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Warnick were breakfast guests of Kurtenbach and Kelli were visiting Beulah Stuwe Thursday morning, the parental Ado Gertner home. Gordon Peterson of Alexandria Monte and Scott Kuehl and was a recent visitor at the Lowry friend, Tami Rogeboon, of Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN -Wednesday, October 10, Slayton Auction Barn Open for all classes of livestock. SALES EVERY THURSDAY Winter Hours: Hay & Straw 12:00 Livestock 1:00 Licensed & Bonded for your protection. Phone 836-6244 Mankato spent the weekend at the Doug Kuehl home. They were Saturday evening visitors at the Art Kuehl home. Orlean Jensen of LaSalle, Victoria Nelson, Lu Ewy and Lucille Jensen were coffee guests of Beulah Stuwe Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Anderson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Anderson to the airport in Sioux Falls Saturday where Mrs. Vincent Anderson left for New Jersey to attend her son's wedding and visit a niece. Later Vincent and the Milfor l E. Andersons visited Ethel Schmalz at McKennan's Hospital. Thursday and Saturday Mary Hagemeyer was a dinner guest of Bernice Bashans. Mrs. Dan Sukalski and Alex of Mankato and Nancy Olson of Waseca were Sunday dinner guests of Anna Germer. Friday Fay Kuehl and Mrs. Art Kuehl assisted Eunice Christensen in getting ready for Helma Christensen's rummage sale which was held Saturday morning. Word was received here Saturday morning of the death of Keith Williams of Boyd, MN. Keith was a former resident of Westbrook and a Westbrook High School graduate. Beulah Stuwe, Norma Ackerman of Storden, Ado Matz, Kenneth and Betty Knudson, Mrs. Bob Cohrs, Mr. and Mrs. Marlowe Nelsen, Ruth Anderson of Dovray, Rhonda DeVoss, Stephanie and Anthony Meyer of Marshall, Elizabeth Johnson of Storden and Eric and Karen Nelsen of Minneapolis were past week visitors at the Leslie Nelsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boeck were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Ray Gorder home. Jeanne Jans of Manka o was a weekend guest at the Kenneth Jans home. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Art Kuehl attended the sewing meeting at Grace Luther Church. NOW OPEN Complete Vision Care - Eye Examination Designer Frames Complete Contact Lens Service - Repairs & Replacements Located in the Westbrook Clinic. Call for appointment 274-6145 Back to school time!! Westbr00k Clinic 732 6th Street Westbrook, MN 56183 Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday For appointments call 274-6145 (after hours 274-6121 ) Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. Dr. M.M. Keithahn M.D. i i IIiii i i Mrs. Donald Cohrs spent a week in Phoenix, AZ where she catered a buffet wedding reception for her niece, Julie Ann Frazier to Wade Denny at St. Jerome's Catholic Church. Mrs. Lois Knutson visited at the Louise and Jerry Johnson home Tuesday evening and they enjoyed supper together along with Kirk Johnson at the Pizza Parlor in Fulda. Amundson, Pam Sweetman of Maple Grove, MN, Paula Paplow and Whitney of rural Dundee, Sheri Amundson visited Elizabeth Hook and Hilda Kirchner at the Christian Manor Nursing Home in Tracy. Julie McClellan and Daniel were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Alice and Marian Johnson home. Robin Timmerman of Dodge Center, MN, was an afternoon visitor. Mrs. Eldora Comnick visited Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Ruth Rongstad on MondayDonald Cohrs home were Ruth afternoon, October 1st, to help her observe her birthday. Several ladies attended the Soup and Pie Supper at the First Lutheran Church in Dundee Wednesday evening. Grace and Howard Foster of Kansas City, MO and granddaughter, Kelly Foster, of Omaha, NE, visited from Thursday to Saturday evening with her mother, Mrs. Ella Rice. Mrs. Eldora Comnick was a noon luncheon guest at the Gib Berger home in Worthington especially to see her granddaughter, Tammy Sorenson Shipmann, of the USN. Donald and Doris Cohrs and Justin Pudenz of Jeffers spent 5 days hunting with Craig and Judy Cohrs and Mrs. Stanley Cohrs of Westbrook, Julie Cohrs and family of Jeffers, Shannon and Angle Cohrs and Parker Lien. Bud and Sandy Hanson visited Elizabeth Hook and other residents at the Christian Manor Nursing Home in Tracy Sunday afternoon. Marian Johnson accompanied Pastor and Mrs. Bob Moritz to Gustavus Adolphus College at SL Peter on Sunday where they attended the concert presented by the symphony orchestra and the concert choir in which a daughter of the Moritz' is a member of both organizations. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hanson, Helen Iverson, Ruby Yochem, Eldora Comnick and Florence Miesen attended the chicken dinner II Weight Management Private Program Presentation - NO CHARGE - Ethel 274-6701 Alice 628-4232 Monthly Meeting First Thursday at Westbrook Clinic at 7:30 p.m. I I COMMITTED to the PEOPLE of District 28 "Ron Harder works harder" DISTRICT Pa~ ~'ve~L Prq~ and ~ ~ ~/FrWm k~ ~ Nar~w. Joan StaWn, Treat. e|9 Brown St J~x)n, MN ~1614,~. glass food and beverage containers, plastic containers which are labeled with the recycling symbol number 1 or number 2, and also, tin and aluminum cans. Corrugated cardboard is the kind which has the inner layers of wavy material. The cardboard should be clean, not usually the case with pizza boxes, for instance. Other types of cardboard, such as those used in packaging cereal boxes Or cake mixes are not corrugated and therefore must not be put with the recyclables. Pieces of cardboard can be bundled and placed next to your recycling container for curbside pickup or dropped in the appropriate location at a drop site. da Only clean, unbroken food and beverage containers can be recycled at this point. Colored glass botdes are fine. Green, brown and clear glass can be put in the same bag for curb'side pickup. Caps and rings or lids should be removed and put into the regular garbage. Ueamlaa Dates have been distribution of rec containers. From 2:00 to 5:t on Wednesday, October from 5:00 to 8:00 p.: Thursday, October 18 as Monday, October 22. Distribution will be at Street Shop, located intersection of Highways and 6th Street in Windom. Any Cottonwood homeowner, not just Windom, may pick recycling container at There will be a five dollatJ for each container. Instruction sheets with the container and will be available to questions as to what is All glossy print should be separated from any newsprint.WE NEED Newspapers can be bundled or kept in a brown paper grocery bag.YOU NEED These bundles or bags can be Together we can placed next to your curbside local health care container or in the appropriate Send Memorial location at a drop site entage Many plastics now feature a Care Foun triangular shaped code on the bottom of the container. Only those I Ilalattt G~m ostbreok Sentinel 'J~'ltxm~ l~t'=t Av weatln, oolt, IB $618) I~L.-~t Ave. llutlwook, 181. 9518y ~ lttli~ T Glad,ys E. & Tho=m= a. I~relumt mox 98, tloatbrook, IBI. bonal J. Ile~bant IloX 98, Woltbt'ook, Im J~)].8.~ ]Box 98, Vostt~m~, lib ~183 Mm nt Qt Anderson home. Saturday Vicki Ruppert of Eau Claire, WI was a visitor of Florence Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bigbee were Sunday afternoon visitors of Olga Erickson on their return trip from Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Erickson were also visitors. Mrs. Floyd Refsal was a Tuesday afternoon coffee guest at !the Milford E. Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelsen were Jaouseguests at the Bernard Franz home in Crystal from Friday until Sunday. Saturday they were noon luncheon guests at the Rodney Nelsen home in Plymouth. In the evening they attended the wedding of Lynn Benson and Mark Arvidson at the St. Paul Lutheran Church at Hanover. Merle Hamilton and daughter, Elaine Fischer, were Sunday supper guests and evening visitors at the Art Kuehl home. They were en route home from Fairmont where they had spent the aftemoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Olson called on Beulah Stuwe Saturday evening. Deloris and Don Lindley, Walter Larson and Florence Anderson had a belated birthday dinner at the Dovray Manor for Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Art Steen were Wednesday evening guests of Norma Ackerman. Saturday, October 6, Mr. and Cohrs, Alro and Jerry Bunker Mrs. Sy Menk attended the enjoyed dinner Thursday evening TEl TEN YEARS AGO and named Marlin Schmidt to wedding of Brad Menk and Jannie at the Dumont St. Bar & Eatery at succeed Archie Anderson as the Holliday of Mankato at Messiah Kinbra, whem they helped Jerry at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Phyllis Vosberg of Walnut Octoberg, 1980 new president of that organization. Lutheran Church in North and Alro obs .ve their 49th Slayton Sunday noon Mr. andConnie and Terry Post, About 80 riders assembled at f Mrs t