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,ances I TEN YEARS AGO October 30, 1980 After a period of apparent non- interest, the race for Westbrook City Coencil has picked up. Enterin the race at the last minute, as a write-in, candidate for council member is Harold Schmidt. Schmidt will be competing with Mike Uhlenhopp and Keith Carey for two 4 year positions. The race for the Mayor term is between present Mayor AI Brandt and Dennis "Digger" Phelps. Members of the City Council met Monday noon. Because the cost of books has increased so much, the Library Board has asked for more money. It was agreed to give them all the money that had been levied for in the library fund. The library budget has been increased for the coming year. It was also reported two cases involving tickets issued by the police department have cost the city a total of $311.28 in County Attorney fees. One fine was paid, the other the charges were dropped. The Wildcats closed their season with a 27 - 0 shutout over the visiting Lamberton Blackhawks. The Wildcats scored in all four quarters with David Marshall scoring 3 TD's and throwing a pass to Randy Comnick for the 4th. The Westbrook volleyballers upset Mt. Lake Thursday night in volleyball action at Westbrook. Mt. Lake was seeded third in the district while Westbrook was seeded sixth. TWENTY YEARS AGO October 29, 1970 The Westbrook Jaycees received their state and international charters at an impressive banquet Saturday night at the Westbrook , Elementary School, with many state dignitaries in attendance. Don Fogelson, treasurer of the Westbrook Community Chest Irene Tyler returned home Wednesday from an extended trip to California and Arizona. Weekend guests at the Roger Kopperud home from Benson were Duane and Wendy Kopperud, Emily and Bethany. Bernice Bashans was among the dinner guests at the Steve Larson home Sunday for Sara's confirmation. She also was a coffee guest at the Glenn Olson home later for Shannon's coofirmation. Friday morning Edna Johnson of Minneapolis arrived at the Leslie Nelsen home to spend the weekend. In the afternoon they visited their sister, Martha Teachey and at the Bob Nelsen home. Pinochle Club met on Monday afternoon at the home of Ethel Youngck. Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. Art Fief attended the Fall Bazaar at the Presbyterian Church. Monday forenoon Mrs. Art Kuehl and Grace Jensen accompanied Betty Natterstad to Luverne where they attended the Leadership Training Workshop of the Shetek Conference. It was a Fall Gathering of the E.L.C.A. officers. Others going from Grace Lutheran Church were Virginia Schneider, Joann Hanson, Elaine Eichner and Anna Germer. Mr. and Mrs. Tubby Olson were Wednesday evening visitors at the Lloyd Nelsen home. Saturday Becky Sukalski and Alex of Mankato and Nancy Olson of Waseca were dinner guests and afternoon visitors of Anna Gertner and Mrs. Louise Dather was an afternoon and supl,r guest. Saturday morning Mrs. Leslie Nelsen and Edna Johnson went to Mountain Lake to visit a cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rupp, at the Good Samaritan Nursing Lighted De orations! FOR SALE OR LEASE Decorate your home or businessl: Norms Grunewald 831-2857 Rt. 3, Box 170 Wlndom, MN. 56101 Friday afternoon the Friendly Club met at the Ethel Youngck home. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Flor attended the confirmation service at Trinity Lutheran Church and Fund, announced today tinlt-'later were dinner guests at the solicitors have turned in over $1,000 so far in the annual drive. The local goal is $2,500. There was a large turnout last Sunday afternoon" at the" St. Anthony's Church basement when the parish held an open house for Father Paul Evers, who is being transferred to Jackson. Father Evers has been pastor at St. Anthony's for the past five years and has made friendly ties with many people in the community. Principal B.W. Wiecks attended the Student Council Convention at Lake Benton Tuesday. Attending with him were Steve Peterson, Patti Villa, Jim Senst, and Vicki Lichty. THIRTY YEARS AGO October 27, 1960 It took three seasons, but Ed Barrie got his deer in the bow and arrow season presently underway. Ed downed a 130 lb. doe Wednesday morning while hunting alone at the Talcott game refuge. Algene Mischke of Westbrook was recently named the winner of either a portable sewing machine or a $100.00 scholarship for her outstanding work in the 4-H clothing project. St. Paul's Lutheran School, Waverly, IA, had named Eunice Keller of Dovray as their delegate to the National Christian Day School Assn. Convention which convened in Niagara Falls, NY, October 20 - 21. Close to 1,200 postcards with attached return went out to rural area residents last Tuesday, asking cooperation in the Senior Home committee's drive for corn. The drive, although barely underway, has already gained attention in neighboring areas and is expected to garner state-wide acclaim as the campaign develops. Home and a cousin, Linda Durksen. Linda accompanied Mrs. Nelsen and Edna to visit at the home of Glen Lindshied at Butterfield. Jerald Goehring home in honor of Craig's conftrmation. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Larson, Tim and Krista of Fulda, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kellen and Melanie of Winnebago and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Owen of Mankato brought dinner Sunday to the Norman Larson home to observe Jeanette's birthday. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelsen were visitors at the Eldon Nelson home at Hadley. Marlys Youngck of Winona was a weekend guest of Ethel Youngck. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Henry Veldhuisen and sons of Hadley were visitors at the Art Flor home. Sunday forenoon Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuehl attended the confirmation at Grace Lutheran Church for their great grandson, Ben Jam, and a dinner and supper to honor Ben which was held at the home of Ben's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwayne Kuehl, hosted by Craig and Deb Jails. Saturday Goldie Passmore and Geraldine Passmore of Atwater were dinner guests of Petra Schmalz. Brenda Amundsen and Marvin Jensen of Cheyenne, WY, were Friday visitors of Victoria Nelson. Orleane Jensen and Joyce Jensen were additional visitors. Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Elias of Walnut Grove were visitors at the Lloyd Eichner home. Wednesday afternoon Fern Refsal was a visitor of Petra Schmalz. Stella Yoeman of St. Paul returned to her home after spending a couple weeks at the Paul Rausenberger home. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Elder Engler, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Engler,-Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Engler all of Windom, Mr. and Mrs. Hulddch Nibbe, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Engler, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Engler, Linda Engler, Irene Graham and Ed Waltz all had dinner at.the Mediterranean at Tracy in honor of Clarence, who retired from the Village Drive after working there ten years. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Comnick of Good Thunder were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the Lloyd Eichner home. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Anderson were visitors at the Eichner home. Thursday Zell Peterson of Storden was a caller of Petra Schmalz. Doug Passmore of Omaha was a Friday overnight guest at the Paul Rausenbcrger home. Thursday afternoon Elizabeth Huesch of Windom was a visitor at the Huldrich Nibbe home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bean of Santa Rosa, CA, were Monday visitors at the J. Albgrt Pierson home. Additional sfl'pper guests were Irene Pederson, Rachel Pederson, and Mrs. Gary Olivier and family. Petra Schmalz was among the dinner guests in honor of the confirmation of Duaine Schultz. Sunday evening Kenneth and Thelma Clarke, Gladys Jansma, Dorothea Pederson and Rachel Warnick were coffee guests at the Stanley Madson home. Patti Ankrum and Tom Doubler were Saturday evening visitors at the Ed Vosberg home. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Huldrich Nibbe were business callers in Marshall and were overnight guests at the Clarence Engler home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Pierson spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pierson of Sioux Falls at a resort at Alexandria. Mr. and Mrs. Sy Menk were guests at the Mr. and Mrs. James Melby home Sunday at Minnetonka to get acquainted with their great granddaughter, Rachel Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Menk of North Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Menk of Mankato were also guests there. They observed the anniversary and birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Sy Menk. DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL Barbara Christians - Tammy Boerst 288Tenth Street 1-800-427-1053 Windqm, MN 56101 507-831.1053 Slayton, Mn. Ph: 836-6244 or 763-3585 or 763-3467. The Sound that Sells! SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 31, Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Anderson spent a week at the Curt Anderson home at Woodbury. En route home Wednesday evening they visited at the Vernon Anderson home at LeSueur and the Oliver Anderson home at Sleepy Eye. Richard and Vicki Horkey were dinner guests Wednesday and Thursday of Alice Horkey. Friday Mrs. Vernon Jarmer, Brenda Anderson and Ashley spent the day assisting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuehl. Lu Ewy, Lucille Jensen and Joyce Jensen were Monday visitors of Victoria Nelson. Friday Bernice Bashans dinner guest of Marie Canby. Sheila and Adam Canby were also guests. Mrs. Leone Nimerfro, Peterson and Margaret Sunday afternoon gues Steve Larson home in Sara's confirmation. Visitors and dinner Monday, October 15th Kleven were Louella Bob Stark and daughter, Mankato and a Michaelson, of Lake Muriei Kleve~, Betty Carrie Knudson, Leone LaVonne Hanson, Mice Olga Erickson. ~gst a Democratic Farmer Labor En( U.S. Congressional D Paid fo~ by Jim S~ono C~n, RR2, Box ~3, Ca,~y, kU" I COTTONWOOD MINNESOTA YOUR CONTINUED VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE LY APPRECIATED AT THE NOVEMBER (3 ELECTION, POL. ADV. - Prepared, Inserted and to be paid for by the caxtdJdate in his own behalf. % / I ! / WHAT TO ) RECYCLE t ud Lb. 2. Colors Accepted 3. Place In container Remember cry not to break 10an. So not Ineinde Calm or lidm. Do not Include any dishes, light bulbs, mirrors, or window lane glass. TIN FOOD CANS, AIXIMINI]M BEVERAGE CANS, PIF,PLATES AND TRAYS, SCRAP METAL 1. Rinse and air dry 2. Remove paper labels D9 not crush. 3. Put into bag. Remember If you have quantities of aluminum cans, you can sell them. BEVERAGE ZLK JUGS, LAUNDRY & DISH DETERGENT BOTTI F MOTOR OIL CONTAINERS Check for recycle logo on bottom 1. Remove caps and leave Calm off. 2. Rinse clean and air dry containers. Be sure oil containers are empty and do not rinse them. 3. Put Into bag. Remember Do not include ice cream or margarine tubs, plastic toys, hose, pipe, plastic film or any hard plastics that do not have the recycle symbol on the bottom. J NEWSPAPERS, CORRUGATED CARDBOARD . ( the kind with. the ribbed wavy layers) White Office Paper and Envelopes, {Typing. computer, copier, staUonary and ledger paper 1. Separate News- paper, cardboard,office paper. 2. Remove, Glossy pages,plastic windows from envelopes. 3. Bundle and tie or bag the newspapers and cardboard. Remember Do not include magazines, catalogs, carbon paper, notebook paper, facial tissue, paper towels, phone books, text books. i The City of Westbrook wishes to announce that the new recycling shop on the corner of street and First Ave. will be open from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, November & 6 for those who wish to get rid of their stored recyclables. Also, Grass and leaves may deposited at the City landfill by the snow fence for composting. No plastic bags. A date for picking up recyclables in Westbrook will be announced later.