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kGE ber 24, J~ atternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Alvin Backstrom. Mrs. Don Peterson and Mrs. Howard Nelson were Friday afternoon visitors. Ramona and Lenny Swanson of Richfield arrived Friday evening at returning to their homes SENTINEL &TRIBUNE 7 Wednesday. James Marshall of St. Paul, Walnut Grove - Weatbreok, MN - Wednesday, October 24, 1990 Priscilla Comnick and Harold Wagner were Saturday visitors of I i,i ,l, , Iris Marshall. 's birtlg the Florence Anderson home. On Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Senior Cidzens Tuesday. ada O~T that had just been refueled. Mostof Saturday morning Florence JohnVanLoh, Mr. andMrs. David Senior Home Forty two attended the catered Larso EN YEARS AGO the wiring in the tractor burned off accompanied the Swanson's to the VanLoh and Rev. and Mrs. Willis dinner sponsored by the Milroy en of October 23, 1980 from the intense heal but Bob said Memorial Service of Curtie Kasa at Peterson were visitors at the, Senior Citizens at the Legion Hall. iksen some areas, tillage is more of the quick response by the firs the Slayton Funeral Home. The Stanley Madson home. The Mel Kramers of Vesta were t Mrs. IL aCt than fancy, around here, the department saved the tires on the, Swanson's returned to their home Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday visitors at the Lyle ilrov Inera is relatively new Reuben vehicle, which certainly would on Saturday evening. Art Ku, ehl attended Mayme Bible study was held SaturdayKramerhome. and dltdson is using this system on have burned. Mildred Bunting . was a Westbrook Apartments. They also Later in the day Bernice Bashans visited Oscar Solseth at his home and #e land near the Westbrook new Voters in the Storden and Jeffers visitorof Clara Carlson s household sale at the with Kay Refsal in the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Tuness ld ~ ~l~ons. Madson stated that if we School Districts, went to the polls visited Mayme while there that entertained the residents with a in Marshall Tuesday. ',steby to preserve the land, we will Tuesday night and voted 677 to 58 Alberta" Kleven, LaVonne afternoon. Mayme will be making music program. Fern Christensen and Rev. and ve to use this system to keep the in favor of consolidating the two Hanson and Olga Erickson were her home at the Lake Haven The weekly worship service was Mrs. Don Comnick attended the Mike soil from blowing away. Some school districts into one. In among relatives and friends from Nursing Home in Worthington.conducted Sunday morning withMarshall Garden and Flower club Wab rts claim if only moldboard Storden, it was 325 in favor and 9 this area who attended Memorial Keith Horkey of BurnsviUe and Pastor Marian Johnson officiating, meeting in Marshall Tuesday. Rev. Comnick was re-elected president x)n c#ing were to continue, most of opposed. In Jeffers, it was 303 in Services for Curtie Kasa of Kevin Horkey of Apple ValleyElizabeth Johnson assisted with the of the club. re Mr # topsoil in the area would be favor and 49 opposed. LeSueur, held at the Slayton were weekend guests at the music. Milro y ein35to40years. Westbrook firemen were called FtmeraiChapel, Saturday morning. Richard Horkey home. We welcome Blanche T. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanoue the R0Iwestbrook Volleyball team to the Bud Rachuy farm three Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Natterstad Johnson to our Center. Blanche is purchased the Donald Royer liome :s of wned the - Lamberton Thursday afternoon, Alice miles southwest of Westbrook Horkey and Jennifer Horkey were Sunday dinner and supper from Dundee. We hope she will and moved in last Saturday. The hten, awks Tuesday night 2 - 1 at Saturday afternoon when a corn attended ,a party for Judy guests at the Melvin Bernston enjoy, her stay with us. . Joe Lanoues moved to the farm ns andpn rton. The Wildcats are now dryer on the place caught fire. Schumachersbirthday. home of Windom. Bingo was held Thursoay place vacated by the George r 2 in conference play and 9 - 5 damage to the dryer was extensive. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Friday evening dinner guests at evening with Anna Genner andLanones. all, t! 'L t the season . Members of Boy Scout Troop 9 Carlton Lindstrom were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Grace Jonson as volunteers. Sally Mrs. Henrietta Bitker was a last e Wildcats football team, still met Monday night and packedthe Leslie Nelson home. Carlson were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oiom won black-out bingo. Sunday supper guest at the Tom r'etst parung from last week's ke loss emergency flares to be sold to Last Thursday evening HelenJacobsen of Tacoma, WA, Mr. and Manicures and one to one were Redding home in Marshall. !d the S/J Chiefs, were able Yo put Westbrook residents. The flares, Rupp, Edgar and Hugo Erickson Mrs. Earl Carlson and Alan Cohrs. offered Friday morning by Judy Mrs. Dennis Marquardt of agvanf hind them as they rolled to an which last a full 30 minutes, and were visitors at the Lloyd Eichner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jans Tighe. Vesta, Pat W. Dolan of Redwood T Y t. victory Over Minnea olis are packed three in a pack, are home. Beauty shop helpers Friday Falls, the Roy Rohliks, Joe Dolan ' P spent from Thursday until Sunday other v-. : ideal to carry in the trunk of your Mildred Bunting was a supper with Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Abraham morning were Gerry Carter, of Lucan, the Mark Dolans and the " "1 i**'ri Gertner, Marlowe Nelson, car. trsna,Re guest at the Flavious Lidtke home and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moo at Tbelma Carlson and Ruth Harbo. Louis Dolans attended the funeral ,i it. ngstad, Francis Cohrs, Sail at Slayton Sunday. Bernice Christians of their aunt, Nora Wa]dron, 93, in ':' - Y Hackensack. sen, Patty Spielman, Dixie Elsie Krick was a Sunday caller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crago of Activity Director St. Paul October 16. Bill Dolan of Edina was a tgler, Lynda Caswell and Janet THIRTY at the Art Kuehl home. Spear Fish were weekend guests at Thunday overnight guest at the schke, who accompanies them. Adeline Burns and Clara the Walter Kronback home. Louis Dolan home. all have one think in common YEARS AGO Kashmarek were visitors at the Mrs. Art Flor attended Stitch J. 11J. ytAr'lro"" like music. They have been October 2,1960 Harold Vaupel home Sunday and Chatter Club at the home of Peggy Tester and Matthew of =Mv gtng together for about four Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dittman of evening Wabasso were last Friday visitors """ "--s "- Mrs. Lloyd Nelsen Tuesday at the Roy C. Christensen home. . Jar. lhey $ot their name from lona have recently purchased the Roger and Donna Erickson were afternoon. The Westline Township Charity lid Mql ,i,ouspsahnlO0 says totpan Bible, being they sing mostly E.E. Hubin home in Westbrook. Sunday dinner guests of Olga Wednesday afternoon Donna Westline I Extension club met at " " " The Dittmans, parents of two Erickson. Dunlap, Robin Madson, Danielle pipl '0 ut e'y beca ' e'l aal<'ea ftucl OhetheJ yfd'; the Doris Zwaeh home Monday.totalDriVeof'$1,020.50been completedwas donatedandato children,moving areintonOttheirPlanninghomeOn HorkeyWednesdaYand Mildredaftern nBuntingAlice andvictoria Nelson.D minic were visitors of The lesson was Managing Yoorvarious charities. They were immediately, attended Ladies Aid. Mr. and Mrs. Sy Monk were Davis of Redwood Falls Canes, Heart, Red Cross, Multiple Westbrook has a new floral Janice Anderson and Jennifer of visitors at the Martha Stem home vidted Edith Omky and the Milroy Sclerosis, Salvation Army, Assn. of Retarded, Redwood shop. Mrs. Lila Schmalz Springfield, Ruth Takle and Zach in Lamberton Sunday evening.SoniorCitizensTue lay. County DAC, ArthridsFoundation, announced the opening of Lila s and Keith and Jane Nelson were Mrs. Art Kuehl visited Anna Doric Charbonnean was a TWENTY Floral Shop located in her building Sunday afternoon guests at the Wahl Friday aftmmon. suin of Millie Worthington Crippled Children, YEAR'S AGO next to Westbrook Clothing.Lloyd Nelson home. Mr. and Mn. Mandel Natterstad Mental health Assn Milroy First The Westbrook Theater has aturday Mr. and Mrs. Marlowe were Saturday afternoon visitors at Lillian Petersen spent last Responders and Diabetes. The October 22,1970 discontinued shows here effective Nelson and David were dinnerthe Hans Asmussen home. Sunday in Winthrop at the Jim retiring chairmen are Clarence and The Westbrook Fire Department immediately according to DeLon guests at the Leslie Nelsen home. Thursday evening Mr.a/K! Mrs. Petersen home. Shirley Gilb. Cheryl Bitker will .be we :ed a call Monday night Knudson, manager. This is the Mr. and Mrs. Severin Savat and Harris Olson and Mr. and Mrs. mt 8"00 o clock at the Bob second time within a year The Ashford Presbyterian the new chairperson. Secretary Is farm 3 1/2 miles northwest Westbrook has been without a Mrs. Julie Helstrom of George Rausenberger were visitms Women met for Bible study at the Helen Welu. town. The fire was in a tractor theater. Minneapolis were Wednesday -at the Art Flor home. Bertha Leach home Wednesday. Friday guests ofLaura Knutson. Pete Kellen of Fulda visitedRay and Esther Duntemtan and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grave of Sunday afternoon at the Norman Harold and Florence Wegner Sheldon, IA, Mr. and Mrs. Richard I.arson home Norms Ackerman and l)ale O. attended the 90th birthday open house for Martha Kremin Weguer Grave of Red Wing were Sunday visitors at the Lloyd Eichner home. Nelson were Sunday visitors of at St. John's Lutheran church in Last Sunday Adeline Ray of Victoria Nelson. Ouertail last Sunday. FOR RENT Windom and Mildred Bunting Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Viland of Rev. and Mrs. Don uomnic . . [, Wt Mr. and Mrs A.P. Dick ofwere nieces of Ethels also. On were visitors at the MarionMilaca, MN, were weekend guests were last Sunday supper and 2 Bedroom Apartment o, ulder, CO, visited relatives in Friday, they took Dawn back to Otremba home at Little Falls. at the Stanley Madson home. overnight guests at the Randy and rut " - brook and Mountain Lake last Moose Jaw and spent the day Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Additional Sunday dinner guests Mary Morhen home in Alexamtria mll 21. 1 se C ek. They were Friday evening visiting with the Lee Gustafsons. Donald Noyes. Adeline and were Mr. and Mrs. Grover Busk. in honor of Mrs. Comnick's " " : ner guests at the Jim Klasse On the return ,ip, they spent one Mildred returned home Monday. Afternoon callers were Mr. and birthday. " ,Plum Creek ! gland overnight guests of Alice night with Ethel s cousin atFriday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Madson. Ida Mercer and Florence Hults,l/Apertmentg ND, one night with Alma s son, Art Kuehl visited Alvin Mischke at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kerr andvisited Erma Dysart at her home iAlma Kosel and Ethel CohrsGary, at Moorhead and over night the local hospital. Jennifer were weekend guests at and had lunch with the Milroym m , a'ived home on Friday afterat the Bernard Bailing home at Lillian Wahl and Clara theEdVosberghome. lending two weeks visiting Wentworth, SD. Kashmarek were Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Curt VanMaasdam and family of Detroit Lakes, Mr. I I il I I ]atives of SasLandcanada.friendsTheyin variOUSvisited Alpha.Visit rs at the Ellen Beske home at and Mrs. Bob Van and ]IL ,O. the Art Samida and Abe Weekend guests at the Roger Friday Alice Horkey attendedfamily of Red Wing and Mr. and zENITH TELEVISION AND RADIOS ' |wastky families, August's Kopperud home were Cary and Mayme Carlson's sale and also Mrs. Mel Peterson and boys of lmsins, at Tisdale. Then they Rosalie Dietsche and Lindsay and visited Margaret Olsen. Spirit Lake, IA, spent the weekend, L, to Ethel's granddaughter, and Jordan of Amery, WL Tuesday afternoon the Stitch at the Peter VanMaasdam home. * ily, the Hal Sissons at and Chatter Club met at the home Additional Sunday guests were Mr. es TV Sales it: Serw gedale. From there they drove Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuehl were of Mrs. Lloyd Nelson. and Mrs. Allen DeJager and family iI, ,I i ,I,I, Saskatoon to visit Ethel sSunday afternoon visitors and Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. ofMaurice, IA. ghter, Dot and husband, Robert supper guests at the Merle Leslie Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vosberg Storden,'MN rot. They also visited in the Hamiitonhome. Eichner and Leo Beckmann were attended the wake of Mrs. Anna Gladys Merchant visited hergnestsofBeulahStuwe. Kerr Monday evening at Mbmeota. Call Wes at 445 3431 cme of David Regiers, a foster sister, Florence Powers, at the Mrs. A.E. Deutschman of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crags of on of the Clifts and their new Sogge Home in Windom, Sunday Minneapolis and Mrs. Bill Spear Fish and Mr Do, t r, on After hours call 445-3465 3oy, Joshua. Dawn Wahl of afternoon. !yn Center was also visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Caldwellsunday at the f LauraM nticell Knutsonarrivedhome atandtheKristiAlvin f DonnellYMischkewetehomegUeStSthis fits. She had rode up with a Backstrom, DebraRaeandPatricia for a few days. pastweek IIIIIII I I II I I III IIII II II from Little Falls, whose Jean of Blue Earth and Ella Larson Orleane Jonson and LeAnn lived at Moose Jaw. These were Saturday dinner guests and Wyffels spent several days last IIIIBBIIIIII-IIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIlllllt week with Victoria Nelson m FOOD SALE I I I The Weetbrook Good S unaritan Center will be qx)neollng I fundralser. Money DOMESTIC & 1 raised will go toward the purchase of new dining room and chairs. Many high INTERNATIONAL,m quality Items am avalisbie for you tO purcheee. The food euIII}ll IS HafkerS, INC. TRAVEL Orders may be turned into KIm QuMng at the Weatl)rook Good 8ameriten Center 1, 1990. Any que lons Kim Qulrlng at the Good Samarlten "Cottonwood County Attorney, Aug. I, 1989 to present "Assistant Cottonwood County Attorney for five Years and performed all the same duUes as the . County Attorney &seistant City Attorney for Falrmont, Truman, srtmont, Sherburn, Ceylon, Granada for three years "Involved in various community services Including Windom Area Chamber of Commerce treasUrer/secretary; Wlndom Klwanls current President: Cottonwood County Cldld ]Pa, otectlon member; Wlndom Youth CouncU member. om Hospital Board past member; Cottonwood County Drug Preusessment Team member;, 19 year American Legion member BadUrl Chrisllatm. Tommy Boer~ 21m Tenlh Street 1~-105~ Wind~, MN 56101 507-831-1063 Slayton Auction Barn Open for aH classes of livestock. SALES EVERY THURSDAY Winter Hours: Hay & Straw 12:00 Livestock I:00 Licensed & Bonded for your protection. Phone 836-6244 FOR SALE OR LEASE Decorate your home or buslnessl: Norms Grunewald 831.2857 Re. 3, Box 170 Windom, MN. 56101 by Thursday, November m Center, 274-6156. 1 Involved and working hard for the citizens and youth of Cottonwood County. Prepared and paid for by the candidate on his own behalf I QUANTITY 1 I l I I I I m i I I I I I I I I WGT. FOOD ITEM PRICE 35.54 .2.5# Battered Cauliflower 6.75 3553 2.5# Battered Mushrooms 5.75 3421 2.5# Breaded Cheeseballs 6.75 7401 2.5# Breaded Onion Rings 4.00 3511 2.5# Breaded Mozzeralla Sticks 8.50 3608 2.5# Breaded Pizza Bites 6.50 3611 10# Oven Bake Chicken Nuggets 33.50 7328 3# Chicken Strips, deep fry 11.00 3743 10# Raw Chicken Fillet, unbmadad - 53/3 oz. 44.00 4880 4# Breaded Fantail Shdrnp 25.00 4649 1# Seafood Chunks - imitation crabmeat 3.00 4851 3# Breaded Mini Shrimp 12.00 4147 4.5# Breaded Cdspy Cod, oven bake - 24/3 o; 11.50 4008 5# Cod Loins - poor marts lobster 15.50 4137 4.5# Oven Bake Rsh & Cheese, 24/3 OZ. 13.50 4219 : 4# Cod Nuggets, oven bake 10.50 1324 10# " Hamburger Patties, 40 per box 16.50 8478 10# Ribeye Steak, 20/8 oz. 48.00 1322 10# Hamburger Steak, 20 per box 16.50 8471 10# T-Bone Steak, 12/14 oz. 45.00 5000 6# Thick Sliced Bacon 12.00 2050 6# Pure Pork Sausage Unks, 96 per box 12.50 2931 10# Cooked Mr. Ribs, 2 per box 26.00 7395 - Corn Dogs, 38 per box 11.00 6380 5# Hot Dogs, 40 per box 9.00 3818 3# Taco Meat, Heat and serve 6.50 3961 - 5# Thin Sliced Roast Beef 16.50 5900 5# Shaved Ham 16.50 7720 5# French Fries 3.50 7680 5# Puffett Potato Rounds 4.50 2811 4# Wisconsin Cheese Soup, 4# tub, add milk 7.50 2871 4# Cream of Broccoli Soup, 4# tub, add milk 7.50 You MUST pick up and pay for your Items on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1990 between 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. at the Weslbrook Good SemMIten Center. If you are unable to pick up your Items, please make arrangements for someone to pick up and pay for your Items. Items CANNOT be left at the Nurelng Home. All sales are final. Make checks payable to Weetbrook Good Samaritan Center. NAME: TELEPHONE # kmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmm||mm|mm|m m I I m 1 1 I 1 1 1 1