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and Mrs. Milford E. M~'. and Mrs. Raymond of Brtwster, Mr. and Mrs. Thiner of St, James, Mr. Mrs. Glen Libra of Mankato Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Niemann guests at the Curt at Woodbury, for the baptism of ;r, Christine Marie. visitors were Mr. ernon Anderson of Scharping and Eva Of Dundee were ;day evening visitors of Krick was a Friday caller at the Art Kuehl Merchant was one of the confirmands. Mrs. Jim Jacobsen of Tacoma, Louise Johnson of Fulda and Lois Knutson visited Thelbert Knutson at the Good Samaritan WA, and Yvonne Krohn of Center in Westbrook Sunday Pipestone were Wednesday evening. Later they visited at the morning visitors at the LowryMelissa and Joel Grams home. Catholic School in Tracy on Wednesday, October 17th, when they were guests of Amy and Mark Hansen. They visited the children's rooms during the morning and joined them for lunch at noon. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Worthington visiting Mayme Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nusser at Lake Haven Nursing Bashans was a coffee Home and Florence Hughes at the at the Elmer Brandt home Worthington Hospital. They also 9 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 31, 1990 i I i ill= Lois Knutson joined Mr. and Mrs. Murl Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Ommen and family of Fulda at the Louise and Jerry Johnson home lbr supper Saturday eveninz. Lois Knutson was a Sunday dinner guest at the ]Kenny Lien home. Anderson home. Hilda Pederson and Evelyn Herbert and Roselyn Hanson Wally and Doris Witter Score Jensen were Sunday afternoon visited Rose Tostengard at the from Detroit Lake, MN, spent the visitors of Florence Anderson. Slayton Care Center a week ago weekend at the home of Veima I , Margaret Olsen visited DennisSaturday. Also visiting Rose was Hamilton en route to Texas for the, and Carol Winter and sons at her son, Pastor Sheldon and wife winter. Sunday dinner guests at the Hoffman from Tuesday until Dorothy Tostengard of Hamilton home were Mrs. Delia .The weekly worship service was Beauty shop helpers Friday Saturday. Minneapolis, who were there that Witter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard held Sundaywith Pastor Hoffer morning were Norma Ackerman Sunday Elsie Krick and Clara after non and they also visited for Hamilton and Paula. "" officiating. Holy Communion was Jane Schultz and Bonnie Fogel. Kashmarek spent.~.e, afternoon in the weekend. Ted Knutson returned Saturdayalso served. As we are going into the colder season, I want to again thank all of you who brought us vegetables and fruits from your gardens. The attended a Retirees dinner at Lloyd Nelsen were Michaels in the evening. at the Lloyd Enstad home Alice Horkey was a visitor at Mrs. Avis Larson of Westbrookafternoon from Sioux Valley spent Tuesday at the Eldora Hospital in Sioux Falls after Comnick home. several weeks of hospitalization. Several relatives and friendsLylas Eigenberg of rural Heron have visited at the Bud and Sandy Lake, LaDonna and Gib Berger Hanson home this past week. and Larry Comnick of Mrs. Eldora Comnick was a Worthington spent Saturday Wednesday supper guest at theafternoon at the Eldora Comnick Larry Comnick home in home. volunteer, Carolyn Benson. Also Worthington. Many local relatives attended visiting with Carolyn was Therron Herbert and Roselyn Hanson the 87th birthday party at the Benson. and Willie and Edna Homing ofChristian Manor Nursing Home in Bible study was held Thursday Lamberton were Tuesday evening Tracy Saturday afternoon in honor morning with Ethel Solomonson, The Mission 90 video was shown Monday afternoon by Pastor Johnson. Hair cuts were offered Tuesday morning by volunteers, Betty Schoborg and Verona Herbst. Manicures and one to one were offered Wednesday morning by the Dean Schumacher home at week ago Tuesday Mrs. Heron Lake Sunday afternoon. trtle Walter and Mrs. Lois Visitors at the Art Kuehl home of Sanborn were Saturday forenoon were Paul and coffee guests of Anna Julie Nault, Bobby Jo and Kelly of residents enjoyed them all very much. THANK YOU! Bernice Christians Activity Director NOW OPEN and Mrs. Dave Nealy of KS, Mrs. Hilda Pederson Larson were Friday luncheon guests at the Backstrom. Anna Germer was a guest at the Christ Herbst onday morning Bernice and Wanda Brandt and Schoenenherger of Windom Thiner of Wilder were ~ sts at the Ferry and Ila me at Magnolia. The five were all dinner guests at Ol sen home at Luveme. helped Bernice celebrate her dinner and afternoon at the Tom Merchant home of Jason's confirmation Joe Merchant of Mankato, Merchant, James Senst, David and of Excelsior, Ron and Judy and Jamie, Rick Pullman, Pullman all of Marshall, an~ Helen Thorstad, Roger Benson and Dixie Additional after non and guests were Merlyn and Synolla Barrie, ey Benson, Brandon and and Angela Benson, Jerry and Kim Lamb, ames Senst, David ;of Excelsior were overnight guests at the of Ralph and Gladys all attended trmation services at Grace Church, where Jason Omega,OK. Mrs. Elmer Anderson visited Mrs. Norman Larson at her home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Backstrom and daughters, Debra Rae and Patricia Jean of Blue Earth were Friday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Alvin Backstrom. On Saturday afternoon Ella Larson and Clara accompanied then to Blue Earth for the weekend. On Monday forenoon, Clara attended "Grandparents Day" with Debra Rae in the Kindergarten Class of the Blue Earth Grade School. Sunday Anna Gertner went by bus to Edinburg Park, Edina, to attend a concert of the John Philip Sousa Memorial Band. Tom and June Merchant, Jason and Jeff were coffee guests at the Ralph Merchant home Saturday evening after the football game. Bernice Bashans was a dinner guest of Helen Jukulen at St. James Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jones of Slayton visited Margaret Olsen Sunday afternoon. Friday some ladies of St. Anthonys Church took a potluck dinner to the Harold Vaupel home to help Cathy Vaupel celebrate her birthday. Those attending were Doris Cohrs, Edna Miranowski, Elsie Krick, Irene Zinda, Mary Fischel, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson and Clara Kashmarek. Helma Olson was a Sunday dinner guest of Olga Erickson after church. City Election will be held November 6, 1990 for offices of Mayor and 2 council persons. dinner guests at the Don Homing home, rural Revere, to help Don observe his birthday. Shiela Leonard and Marguerite Einertson were Thursday noon luncheon guests at the Iris and Jerry Klein home in Slayton. Stella Yoeman of South St. Paul was a Monday, October 21st guest at the Stella and Otto Cohrs home. Mrs. Ruby Yochem entertained for supper and the evening, the North Stars Sewing Club on Thursday. Herbert and Roselyn Hanson attended the Slayton High School Marching Band and Choir Concert Friday evening at the school auditorium. Eldora Comnick and Clair Peterson of rural Storden were Friday dinner guests at the Avis Larson home in Westbrook. Lois Knutson accompanied Melissa Grams of Westbrook home from Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls on Friday after non. Louise Groman of Currie, Ardis Haugen of rural Tracy, Phyllis Vosberg of Walnut Grove, Helen Iverson and Ruby Yochem enjoyed dinner Friday evening at the Dovray Manor to help Ardis observe her birthday. Later they spent the evening at the Ruby Yochem home. Ruth Anderson, Don and Sally Peterson, Eldora Comnick, Florence Miesen, Shiela Leonard, Ruby Yochem, Martha Vosberg, Helen Iverson, Reseat Lien, Amy Johnson, Ida Carlson, Vi and Lewis Swenson of Westbrook, and Renae Vosberg of Westbrook have visited Doris Vosberg since her return home fronff Chicago, IL, where she had spent six weeks seeking medical help and had surgery. While in Chicago, she was a guest at the Ralph and Joan Ward home. Martha Vosberg was a Saturday afternoon visitor at the Lois Knutson home. Ruth Rongstad and Mrs. Leo Hansen of Currie attended Grandparent's Day at St. Mary's Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. at the Westbrook Fire Hall. Sherm Eckhardt, City Clerk CITY OF WESTBROOK Cottonwood County, Minnesota Tuesday, November 6, 1990 (X) the name of each 8nciidato you for In the mq,m I by the arrow. %. FOR MAYOR -- 2 YEAR TERM Vote For One FOR COUNClLPERSON -- 4 YEAR TERM Vote for two Goehdng Westbrook Clinic 732 6th Street Westbrook, MN 56183 Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Men. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday II For appointments call 274-6145 (alter hours 274-6121 ) Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. Dr. M.M. Keithahn M.D. " FIRESTONE * MULTIMILE " CO-OP TIRES li ON FARM TIRE SERVICE GENERAL SERVICE STATION REPAIR SERVICE Westbrook, MN. Phone 274-6561 (After hours 274-5692) Open Mon. - Fri. 7:00 - 5:30 Saturday 7:00 to Noon of Hilda Kirchner. Marguerite and Wilferd Einertson spent the weekend at the Bob and Marlene Christensen home and the Andrea and Jeff Kames home at New London, MN. While there they attended a lutefisk dinner at the Lutheran Church in Sundburg, MN. Jack and Deb Yochem, Jessica and Lisa of Minneota and Agnes Cohrs of Westbrook were Sunday dinner guests at the Ruby Yochem home. Diane and Jim Watkins of Rockford, IL, arrived Sunday afternoon at the parental Orlando Hanson home. Joining them for Sunday evening supper were Rolf and Joann Hanson and family of rural Westbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Watkins left for their home on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Eldora Comnick joined Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eigenberg of rural Heron Lake, Dr. and Mrs. Sumey and family of Fairmont, MN, and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Eigenberg of rural Heron Lake for Sunday dinner at the Bruce and Doreen Iverson home in Heron Lake. Many local relatives and friends attended the piano-oboe recital of Marian Johnson and Mary Xavier Sunday afternoon which was held at the Lecture Center at Southwest State U in Marshall and the reception which followed. Don and Maggie Homing and family of rural Revere, Jon and Ruth Hoyme and family of Slayton, Ardis and Richard Andert and family of rural Slayton were Sunday evening supper guests at the Herbert Hanson home. Valeria Daehlin and Betty Knudson. Last week's Bible study leaders were Myrtle Gunderman and Betty Natterstad. Thursday evening bingo hel~rs were Anna Gertner, Marllyn Carey, Betty Knudson, Millie I-lass and Grace Jensen. Doris Barrie won blackout bingo. Slayton Auction Barn Open for all classes of llvestock. LES EVERY THURSDAY Winter Hours: Hay & Straw 12:00 Livestock I:00 Licensed & Bonded for your protection. Phone 836-6244 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!! IIIIII ZENITH TELEVISION AND RADIOS I I I I III I lll Illlllll Storden, MN. Call Wes at 445-3431 After hours call 445-3465 III For the past 4 years I have been very busy serving as your representative on the Cottonwood County Board of Commisslonera. In that time I feel we have acquired some much needed road construction In the second dlatrlct. The County Board has made the commitment to make the Courthouse handicap accessible and to Install central air conditioning to meet the Historioal Reglater guide lines. Since my election four years ago I have served on numerous task forces with the State Health Department and presently serve on the Finance Sub Committee. I have been representing the association of Minnesota Counties on the 911 Task Forces and recently was elected to the Association of Minnesota Counties Policy Committee on Transportation. I presently represent Cottonwood County on the Southwest Mental Health, Southwest RDC, Southwest Initiative Fund Boards and also serve as alternate on the Area 2 Water Board. I ask for your support again In the upcoming election and will continue to do my very best for everyone in the Second Dlatrlct Westbrook. Rosehili. Southbrook- Springfield Ann- Highwater. Townships & Westbrook City Prepared, circulated and paid for by the candidate in his own behalf