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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, November 6, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK NEWS Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook: mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507- 274-6137; by e-mail at sentrib@ ncppub.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Marilyn Wolf and Mary Cushley of Chicago were weekend guests at the homes of Darrell Gleason, Currie, Merlyn Hubin, Marlo Hubin and Iris Marshall. Saturday Marilyn Wolfe, Mary Cushley, Marlene Gleason and Iris Marshall visited Patricia Jensen, a resi- dent at the Manor Home in Granite Falls. Sunday evening Marilyn Wolfe, Mary Cushley, Priscilla Comnick and Iris Marshall were dinner guests of Randall and Elizabeth Swan. WESTBROOK SENIOR SERVICES November 6-13, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Chicken, baked potato, carrots Thnrsday: Spaghetti, let- tuce salad, mixed veggies Friday: Beef sandwich, mashed potatoes, corn Monday: Chicken strips, tator tots Tuesday: Hamburger cas- serole, fruit salad Wednesday: Soup, sand- wich Menus subject to change For reservations call Angle at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO November 4, 1998 Cory J. Christensen, Westbrook has been nomi- nated to receive the American FFA Degree, the highest degree awarded by the National FFA Organization. Christensen, currently attend- ing SDSU, is a member of the WWG FFA Chapter. Six students from Westbrook Christian School participated in the 2nd Annual Choralfest at Pillsbury Baptist College, Owatonna, Those attending were Betty and Kyle Spaeth, Lars Olson, Andrew Paplow, Sarah Moffitt, and Mary Jo Uhlenhopp. Adult sponsors were Dave and Carolyn Van : "+ + THIRTY YEARS AGO November 3, 1983 Firemen were called to the Stanley Ware farm near town on Wednesday to extinguish a blaze in one of the out- buildings. The building was filled with straw, which may have been ignited by sunlight coming through the window. The building was saved. The North Stars Sewing Club enjoyed dinner and an evening of sewing at the home of their hostess, Mrs. Ruby Yochem on Thursday. Joanne Jorgenson was crowned Homecoming Queen at Dana College in Blair, NE, at a campus cer- emony on October 28. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeMoyne Jorgenson of rural Westbrook. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO November 7, 1968 Grant Flatgard, adminis- trator at the Senior Home in Westbrook, turned over a shovel of dirt during ground- breaking ceremonies at the home. A 14-bed addition is being constructed on the north wing of the home. On October 25, 1968, Gov. Harold LeVander signed the official proclamation declar- ing November I l as the offi- cial observance of Veterans Day in MN, and the Golden Anniversary of Armistice Day, as it was originally known, and marked the end of World War I. The Dovray Legion Auxiliary entertained the largest group of youngsters in the ten years that they have been holding a Halloween party. One hundred young- sters in attendance played games, drank pop, ate donuts, and made a lot of noise. Cottonwood 4.H celebrates accomplishments The 2012-13 Cottonwood County 4-H Recognition Banquet was held on Saturday, Nov. 2, at the American Lutheran Church in Windom. Germantown Livewires &amp; Westbrook/ RoseHill 4-H clubs hosted the event. Members of the Cottonwood County Extension Committee, Cottonwood County Commissioners, Fair board, Home Council and Livestock Improvement Association were introduced and thanked for their dedication and com- mitment to the 4-H program. South Central Electric Cooperative was recognized as the banquet sponsor. The Cottonwood County ADA was also recognized for sponsoring the dairy prod- ucts. Congratulations to all 4-H members for their suc- cessful year! The following is a list of area award recipients. 4-H Cloverbuds Reilly Hubin - Westbrook/ Rosehill Ethan Larson - Westbrook/ Rosehill 2012-13 Key Leaders Jane Pederson-Westbrook/ Rose Hill Cindy Lindstrom- Westbrook/Rose Hill Abby Hubin-Westbrook/ Rose Hill 2012-13 Federation Officers President Northwest District Representative Andrew Pederson Extension Committee Members Voting Delegate - Andrew Pederson Senior Record Achievement Top project records were nominated by each club and were then passed on to the county level where 4-H vol- unteers evaluated them. The Senior Achievement awards are to recognize 4-Hers in grades 6+ who have done an excellent job on all of their 4-H project records. Brittany Erickson Westbr0ok/Rosehill ............ Kyle Kuehl - Westbrook/ Rosehill Anna Larson - Westbrook/ Rosehill Andrew Pederson Westbrook/Rosehill Juliana Pederson Westbrook/Rosehill Junior Record Achievement The Junior Achievement awards are to recognize 4-Hers in grades 3-5 who have done an excellent job on all of their 4-H project records. Nathan Kuehl - Westbrook/ Rosehill Clubs participating in Community Pride Westbrook/Rosehill Top Club Treasurer Juliana Pederson, iiii !iii! Juliana Pederson, Top Treasurer Book. Submitted photo Westbrook/RoseHill I Dare You Leadership Award Brittany Erickson, Westbrook/RoseHill Livestock Interview Winners Grades 3-5 Beef 2nd Place Gabrielle Hubin - Westbrook/Rosehill Grades 9+ Beef 1 st Place Pederson Rosehill 2nd Place Pederson Rosehill - Juliana Westbrook/ Andrew Westbrook/ Jr. Record Achievement: (back) Sam Dammann, Dominik Smith, Nathan Kuehl, i (front) Kelsey Plotter, and Heidi Imker. Submitted photo Cloverbuds: Bree Rasmussen, Charles Dammann, Ethan Larson, Dani Jo Wiebe, and Zachary Piotter. Submitted photo Sr. Record Achievement: (back) Wendy Imker, Jerry Imker, Andrew Pederson, Mikaela Smith, Kyle Kuehl, Elijah Meier, Ramsey Piotter, (front) Anna Larson, Bonnie Imker, Molly Piotter, Brittany Erickson, Juliana Pederson and Abigail Meier. Submitted photo Value Bonanu sales event gives you more SMART WAYS TO SAVE! It starts with BONANZA BUCKS- it's like bonus cash just for buying select New Holland tractors, combines and hay equipment. And, your savings continue with 0% FINANCING or CASH BACK in lieu of financing. But hurry! The clock is ticking. See us before this offer ends on November 30, 2013. See all the SMART deals at nhvaluebonanza.com BONANZA. BUCKS PLUS 0% FINANCING o,, CASH BACK"  CAPITAL .For agricultural use. Offer subject to CNH Capital America I_LC credit approval. See yo+Jr New Hoffa eligibility requirements. 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VERSATILE, FWA, SS, 15., 2g95 HRS.584,900 '04 2145 B VERSATILE, FWA, SS, RM., 2100 HRS S79,900 TILLAGE 862NTWIsHEK 3O'W/HARROW .......................... 569,900 513 WlL-RICH, SOIL+PRO 9-24 ............................ $42,500 '08 957 WIL-RICH, 7-30 ...................................... 527,900 '04 957 WIL-RICH, 7-30 ...................................... 519,900 510JD7-30 .......................................................... S12,900 512 JD 7-30 .......................................................... 317,900 7-30B DMI .............................................. ............... 517)00 7-30DMI ................................................................. S7,9(]0 '05TV145 NH, BI-DI, 3000 HRS ........................... 554,900 '09 KRAUS DOMINATOR 18 .................................. 536,900 '99 TVI40 NH, W/LOADER, 4900 HRS ................ $49,900 2200 M&W EARTHMAsTER ................................. 524,9g0 TC33D NH, LOADER, MFD, 1560 HRS ................... S15,900 ql WIL-RICH QUAD X2, 45'. ........................... COMING IN 4520JDWITH 148 LOADER .................................. 510500 41.5'QUAD 5 WlL-RICH, 4 BAR ............................ 516,900 '981530 NH BOOMER HYDRO,1800 HRS ............. 59,900 58'DMITMIIW/BASKET ........................................ M6,900 GRAIN HEADS 'I0 74C NH 35'WKRARY AIR ............................. 534,900 '04 74C NH 30'. ..................................................... 519,000 '11 3020 CIH 35'. ................................................... 531,500 '99 800 GLEANER 25'. ............................................. 58,900 300 GLEANER 18'. ................................................... $1,350 4YDMI TIGERMATE, 4 BAR .................................. 514,900 QUAD4 34'WlL-RICH CHBEL PLOW ................... 516,000 1610 JD CHISEL PLOW, 31'. ..................................... $6,900 800 Iit 10 BOTTOM PLOW ...................................... 57,900 DRILLS & PLANTnNG 3600 KINZE 16R30 ASD-EV ................................ S I05,90 3800 KINZE 24R30 ASD ..................................... $I05,900 2600 KINZE 16131 ................................................. $39,900 3600 KINZE 16/31 ................................................. 554,900 3600 KINZE 16R30 ......................... ;,.i .................... %1,900 1200 CIH 12R30 ...................................................... 524,900 290 CONVEY-ALL SEED TENDER ......................... $I 1,900 '07 PAR-KAN 150WEIGH WAGON ....... .................. S6'  SKIDLoADEDS '12 L-225 NH,CAB/HTIAC, 600 HRS ................ 537,500 '09 L17ONH, 2300 HRS ......................................... 521,500 '01 LS-170 NH, 5400 HRS CAB & HEAT ............... 512,900 '07 317JD, CAB/HEAT, 1900 HRS .......................... $17,900 HAY EQUIPMENT '01 4g x:) NH ............................................................. 510,900 8465 A CIH BALER ................................................... $5,950 NEWTONUTTI IN-LINE 9WHEEL RAKE ................ 55,950 '116040VERMEER DISC MOWER. ......................... %,950 MISCELLANEOUS 500 JD CART, SCALE, TARP ..................................... $7,900 400 UFT CART ......................................................... 9,900 '08 BALZER 2000 SHREDDER 20'. ......................... 512,500 '95 LOFTNESS 20'SHREDDER ................................. $4,500 2500REMVAC ....................................................... 512,900 SUDENGA 6" BRUSH AUGER (OFF DEMCO 550)...$1,100 COMBIHB '08 CR 9060 NH 750 HRS .................................. $219,900 '00 TR-99 2255 HRS RWA ................................... %9,900 '981R-98,1950 HRS .............................................. $49,900 '92 TR-% NH 4000 IlRS ....................................... S]9,900 '92 R-62 GLEANER, 24C0 HRS .............................. S39,900 CORN HEADS 3099 NH 8R30 22(X)A ....................................... %9,900 '08 99( NH 8R30 .................................................. 554,900 '09 98D NH 6R30 .................................................. S29,900 '08 98C HH BR30 .................................................. 529,9(;0 Livestock Interview Medalists: (back) Brady Rasmussen, Cole Jackson, Jessica Wiebe, Wendy Imker, Molly Piotter, Juliana Pederson, MaKayla Meier, Elijah Meier, (row 3) Emily Sell, Carlie Jackson, Bonnie Imker, Heidi Imker, Tesa Meier, Abigail Meier, (row 2) Thomas Sell, Kelsey Piotter, Sam Dammann, Dalton Plotter, Dominik Smith, (sitting) Brianna Friesen, Andrew Pederson, Jerry Imker and Ethan Johnson. Submitted photo Eats flies. Dates a pig. Hollywood star. i II L'I l'(,ll] :| d :] ::I/ I,J Pass It On. THE FOUNDATION FO.__B A BETTER LIFE www.forbetterlife.org r