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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 7, 2007 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO November 5, 1997 Last Friday afternoon, Michele Purton, manager of the Northland District Customer Service and Sales, presented an award honor- ing Howard Erickson for his 50 years with the Postal Service. Last Friday afternoon over 100 youngsters paraded up and down First Avenue trick or treating from the busi- ness places The event was organized by the Westbrook Womens club and sponsored by the Westbrook business community. Army. National Guard Pvt. Heath A. Krick has graduat- ed fro/n basic military train- ing at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, MO. Krick is the son of Connie J. and Roger D. Krick of Westbrook. TWENTY YEARS AGO November 4, 1987 The city council checked with their attorney, Frank Nielsen, to find out if they could legally loan or give money to the hospital. This was done following an earli- er meeting where this mat- ter was discussed. The council was informed accord- ing to the League of Minnesota Cities memo, it is less than likely that such a loan or gift is authorized. Cadet Brian J. Klute, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Klute of Westbrook, has been officially accepted into the U.S. Air Force Academy's Cadet Wing as a member of the class of 1991 during the annual acceptance parade The academy is a four year educational institution grad- uating men and women to serve as career Air Force Officers. He is a 1987 grad- uate of Westbrook High School. Friday afternoon, the S.O.S. Volunteers hosted a Halloween party for the res- idents at the Senior Home. Participating in the program were Sadie Olson, Kim Quiring, and Bernice Christians. THIRTY YEARS AGO November 3, 1977 Fresh strawberries on Halloween. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Backstrom have been enjoying the berries since the middle of September, harvesting about 6 baskets per week. This is the latest they have ever had so many berries as there is usually kill{ng frost much earlier. Jim Klasse, owner of Klasse Sales and Service announced the addition of C.J. (Cy) Molitor to his staff. Molitor will be working full time as a salesman for the garage in Westbrook. Molitor and his wife have 2 daughters at home and are presently living in Tracy. Take a bumper crop and add to low prices and limited storage facilities, you end up with mountains of corn on the ground. Between the three local elevators, Westbrook Grain, Farmers Elevator, and Dovray Grain there is in excess of 200,000 bushel of grain on the ground. Murray County 4-H calendar Westbrook News Bring/call news items to the Sentinel Office 274-6136 in Westbrook; mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507-274- 6137 or by e-mail at sentrib@ncppub.con~ Deadline for social news is Monday noon. Tuesday afternoon Elsie Riddell was a coffee guest of Bernice Bashans. Friday afternoon Don and Donna Schoenenberger of. Class of 1957 Windom, and Steve and Westbrook class of 1957 held their 50 year class reunion . Row 1 from left: Jane : Mary Larson of Mankato (Cohrs) G,ese, Mona (Knutson) Towne, Audrey (Peterson) Clayton, Adaline (Adie visited Bernice Bashans Anderson) Rossow, Mary Eckhardt, Beverly (Schweim) Cohrs, Ruth Ann (Fredrickson) and celebrated Donna and Erickson. Row 2: Richard Randall, Dixie (Parker) Engler, Darlene (Sondergaard) , Mary's birthdays. Bloch, Elaine (Nelsen) Rand, Colleen (Knutson) Miller, Leora (Lee) (Spielman) Cohrs; Delores (Johnson) Roll. Row 3: Nancy (Midgely) Byers, Jerome Olsem Jim Klasse, Frank Erickson, Pat (Irish Kell) Walker, Jerry Takle, Neal Ingebrigtson, Garnet (Garni W ESTB ROOK Johnson) Haugen, Aria Engler Present but not pictured Sharon (Peterson) Hutchins, Ardis (Larson) Thorstenson, Larry Engler, Donald Bloch. Submitted photo SENIOR NUTRITION, SERVICES November 12-16, 2007 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Chicken and rice cass cote slaw, carrots, pudding, bread, milk Tuesday: Liver or Pepper steak, buttered boiled pota- toes, peas, pineapple, bread, milk Wednesday: Beef stroganoff, noodles, broc- coli, tropical fruit salad, lemon sponge cake, bread, milk Thursday: Hot turkey sandwich, mashed pota- toes/gravy, Country blend vegetables, cranberry gar- nish, pumpkin dessert, milk Friday: Sloppy Joe, hash browns, baked beans, peaches, bun, milk For reservations call Buffalo Feed Last Friday the Heritage House Museum held their annual buffalo feed at the Senior Citizens' Center in Westbrook, Patrons enjoyed the bar- becued buffalo along with cake and ice cream, DNR Question of the 0 November 7- Slayton Area November 14 Slayton Katie Gosler at 274-6583 or Qr The fur coat of a deer changes colors gray or brown color 'as the new winter coat Babysitting Clinic, 3:30-5:00 Area Babysitting Clinic, 629-5547 (Tracy). " depending on the time of year - a r e d: begins to grow. The new coat is comprised of p.n .; = Btiilding; 3:30-5:00 la.m+, 4-H Building Nutrition Services, Inc. is dish color in t e -spring and brown intwo layers. The outer guard hairs are hollow, vend er i,4 H Sovembe : 15 "-, 4:,H : fundedi jni artl the -the fa . /hy hiipp'en? i :,stiff and grow. about two inches longer -th a ff, Adventures "The Phone,s for Amb'assador: applications Older Americans Act under + +' : the undercoat. The inner layer-issoft and You", 3:10-5:00 p,m Fulda due contract with the Elementary Cafeteria November 10 - "Hunting for Success" 4-H Awards Celebration, 7:00 p.m 4-H Building November 12 - Slayton Area Babysitting Clinic, 3:30-5:00 p.m 4-H Building ,November 19 - Sl'ayton Area Babysitting Clinic, 3:30-5:00 p.m 4-H Building November 21 Slayton Area Babysitting Clinic, 3:30-5:00 p.m 4-H Building Southwest Agency on Aging. IRE AND (formerly Floyds Tire Service) offering all brands of tires, brakes and shocks. Servicing oil changes and general maintenance on cars, trucks and agricultural equipment. 507-274-6561 - 803 1st Ave, Westbrook, MN 154923 Donate Two Cans of rood for the Hungry and We'll Give You a Dozen Roses for Only $10! A Place In The Country 1236 270th Ave. Westbrook, MN Westbrook, MN Ro~Week'ts atl~dmad( of krl~ ~'~dm ~le, ale FIeld" Sim,~ 5111.~ .~dh i[}