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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, November 7, 2012 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Nov. 12-16, 2012 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Swedish meat- balls, paprika potatoes, spin- ach, bread, ice cream, milk Tuesday: Liver or pepper steak, buttered boiled pota- toes, peas, bread, apricots, milk Wednesday: Chicken chow mien, flee/chow mien noodles, oriental vegetables, mandarin orange gelatin, cookie, milk Thursday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, carrots, din- ner roll, pudding dessert, milk Friday: Creamy vegetable soup, turkey sandwich, tropi- cal fruit, crackers, brownie, milk For reservations call Angie at 274-6583 by noon one day in advance. You may also call the Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO November 6, 2002 Leroy and Diane Scotting of Lake Wilson gave the City Council a proposal for gar- bage pickup in Westbrook. Mayor Harold Schmidt said Westbrook wanted the gar- bage to go to Cottonwood County Landfill. Scotting said if they got the bid, they would use a separate truck to haul Westbrook's garbage and would take it to the Cottonwood County Landfill. Area farmers have had a real struggle trying to harvest the crops. Reports have gen- erally been good, but some problems with ears dropping. Most beans have been har- vested, but there are some areas with beans left to har- vest. A wet snow Tuesday put a halt to the harvest again. TWENTY YEARS AGO November 4, 1992 The Westbrook City Council took action at their regular meeting Monday night to name Orlen Grams to the City Light and Power Commission, effective January 1, 1993. Grams will be replacing Mike Knudson who will be retiring at the end of the year. The past several weeks workers from Tower Systems of Watertown, SD, have been erecting a 450 ft. communi- cation tower. The tower is located 4 miles NE of Dovray. The tower is being erected for Cellular 2000 and will fill the gap between Worthington and Redwood Falls. THIRTY YEARS AGO November 4, 1982 On October 27, 1982, five members of the Westbrook FFA Chapter were honored for their participation in the 1982 Oats Improvement Program. A banquet was held for' the members, along with their parents, and advisor at the Marshall Inn in Marshall. Members in the program were Advisor Larry Sanford, Paul Vosberg, Bruce Pederson, Wayne Kelm, and Greg Bunting, and Ron Horkey. At their regular meeting Monday night, the City Council okayed a club license for the VFW for next year. Licensing time has always been a sore spot for the VFW, who would like to purchase a club license and still use the open-door policy. A1 Elting of Farmers Agency of Avoca has opened up a new branch office in the former H.G. Boeck building on the north side of the Boeck's main building. The Wonder of the World is SMSU Black Box Production The Wonder of the World, a comedy by David Linday-Abaire, is the first Black Box production of the 2012-13 season for the Southwest Minnesota State University Drama Club. Performances will be held November 15-17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 18 at 2 p.m. All performances are held in the SMSU Black Box Theatre. Nothing will prepare you for the dirty little secret Cass discovers in her hus- band's sweater drawer. It is so shocking that our hero- ine has no choice but to flee to the honeymoon capital of the world in a frantic search for the life she thinks she missed out on. It's a wild ride over Niagara Falls in a barrel of laughs as Cass embarks on a journey of self-discovery that has her crossing paths with a blithe- ly suicidal alcoholic, a lonely tour-boat captain, a pair of bickering private detectives and a strange caper involving a gargantu- an jar of peanut butter, all of which pushes her peril- ously close to the water's edge. Tickets are available at the door. There is a charge for tickets, with a discount for students with a valid student ID. 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 Wolfe and Mary Cushley of Chicago arrived Thursday to spend some time visiting the Hubins and friends. The Clara Barton Club members and nursing staff of Sanford - Westbrook and Good Samaritan Society - Westbrook were invited for Sunday dinner at the Dovray Log Cabin. Virginia McCone of Sanborn, author of two books, "My Mom's Story of Alzheimer's" and "Butterscotch Sundaes" was guest speaker. This event was sponsored by Marlene Gleason Currie and Marilyn Wolfe of Chicago, as a gift from the estate of Edna Hubin. Marlene Gleason, Mary Cushley, Marilyn Wolfe and Iris Marshall spend Saturday morning in Granite Falls. Marilyn and Iris visited Bob and Patricia Jensen. Pat is now a resident at the Granite Falls Manor. Marilyn, Mary and Iris were Saturday eve- ning dinner guests of Steve and Priscilla Comnick joined by Coralyn Comnick. Fulda Holiday Craft Bazaar The Fulda Holiday Craft Bazaar is right around the comer. Make plans to attend the 39th annual bazaar on Saturday, November 17, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fulda High School gym- nasium. Admission and parking are free and a delicious lunch will be served by the Fulda American Legion Auxiliary in the cafeteria. Over 70 vendors will be on hand with hand-craft- ed, home party and com- mercial items. What a great opportunity to take care of all your holiday shopping in one location! At this year's event, please consider a mone- tary donation to Hospice of Murray County. In exchange, those contrib- uting will receive a door prize ticket for chances to win throughout the day. Proceeds from vendor booth rentals will be donated back to the com- munity through the Fulda Community Club for a variety of local projects. For more information on the craft bazaar, send an email to fuldacraft@ gmx.com. CARING ROSE WEEK NOV. 12-17 Donate Two Cans of Food for the Hungry and We'll Give You a Dozen Roses for Only $10! + CadngRose.org THRIFTY 601 1st Ave WHITE Westbrook, MN 213239 CtldlKJ Rose Week" is a trademack of No American Wholesale Florist,"  Falls, South Dakota DNR removes burning and campfire restrictions throughout Minnesota The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has removed the burning and campfire restrictions in all of Minnesota. Burning permits will once again be available as determined by local condi- tions. Residents should be aware that conditions can change daily and some counties may still limit burning as conditions war- rant. Until snow covers the ground, fine fuels (such as grasses) can be wet one day and bum the next. The DNR advises resi- dents and homeowners to use caution if they conduct open burning. Although much of Minnesota received precipitation sufficient to lower the chances of fires starting and spreading, soil moisture is still well below normal. Should a fire start, there is still a chance peat soils could ignite. Any piled material should be located well away from peat soils. Fall weekends bring many people outdoors to recreate, including hunters, campers, and hikers, accord- ing to the DNR. Everyone is urged to use extreme caution with camp- fires, keeping them to no larger than three feet high by three feet wide. Do not leave fires unattended, keep water available, and make sure fires are completely out before leaving. People are responsible for costs to extinguish a fire if it gets away. Fire conditions change quickly. More information, maps, and fire conditions are on the DNR website at www.dnr.state.mn.us/forest- ry/fire/firerating_restric- tions.html. Cottonwood County 4-H Banquet Members of the Westbrook - Rose Hill 4-H Club attended the Cottonwood County 4-H Banquet on Saturday, November 3rd at the American Lutheran Church in Windom. Pictured are Andrew Pederson (Sr. Record Achievement), AJ Quade (I Dare You Award), Anna Larson (Jr. Record Achievement), Juliana Pederson (Sr. Record Achievement, Livestock Interview), Ethan Larson (Cloverbud Award). Submitted photo Confirmation Trinity Lutheran Church-Westbrook and Our Savior's Lutheran Church-Dovray confirmed five young people on Sunday, October 28, 2012 at Trinity. Pictured are Samual Jackels, Kaylee Mischke, Walker Christians, Mikayla Hubin, Markette Hubin, and Pastor Gene Aims. Submitted photo Class of 1980 During the summer, Westbrook Alumni, Class of 1980, celebrat- ed their 50th birthday party. Memories, good food and drink, as well as memorabilia, was shared. Twenty classmates gath- ered at the home of Tim and Kris Rongstad in the Twin Cities area. Alumni had gathered from just a few blocks away, to a few hundred miles. (Michell traveled from the East Coast, while Shelley traveled from the West Coast.) Those present included: (front row) Brenda (Horkey) Clausen, RuthAnn (Vosberg) Dibble, Priscilla (Marshall) Comnick, Brenda (Norstegard) Engen, Michell (Klasse) Scotto, (back row) Kay (Klasse), Karla (Gertner) Schutz, Kris (Kelm) Isder, Julie (Jans) Costello, Deb (Erickson) Stlohmeyer, Lydia (Rachuy) Tilstra, Shelley (Benson) Keeler, Jan Anderson, Jerry Cross, Percy Cohrs, Rick Ewy, Mike Hass, Steve Hanson, and Tim Rongstad. We were blessed to have our dear friend and class- mate, Jerry, with us for a short time; he left us to be with the Lord in October 2012. Submitted photo ; i