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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 13, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR SERVICES November 13-20, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Soup, sand- wich Thursday: Fish, cheesy potatoes, corn Friday: Salisbury steak, baked potato, pears Monday: Pork loin chop, potatoes, peaches Tuesday: Beef tips, mashed potatoes, broccoli Wednesday: Cook's choice 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 1 I, 1998 Science teacher Pat Merrick talked with Mrs. Berg's second grade class inside the portable planetari- um, which was set up inside the gym of the vocational campus last Friday. Merrick told several stories relating to the constellations in the skies. Reform Party candidate Jesse "The Body" Ventura out-polled two political pow- erhouse candidates in the governors race last week. Ventura, a former profession- al wrestler/movie star and mayor, proved the political experts wrong by out-polling DFL candidates Skip Humphrey and GaP candi- date Norm Coleman. THIRTY YEARS AGO November 10, 1983 Ricky and Louise Hansen moved to Truman a week ago for his job as a sales driver for Schwan's Ice Cream and Chuck Nard. In a six-week promotion, Ricky was named a national winner as a retail driver salesman with his Vita-Sun sales. Hilja Rachuy was named to the Girls Volleyball All conference team and Lori Kuehl received an honorable Mention. Lee Paplow placed first in the District FFA Oats Improvement Program. Greg Brandt placed second. Both received a plaque and a check for their efforts. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO November 14, 1968 Don Sargent, District Manager of Custom Farm Service, Inc talked to the village council last week about supplying water and sewer service to a fertilizer blending plant that his com- pany plans to build on prop- erty they own just east of the Westbrook Egg Company on the south edge of Westbrook. They plan to construct a 40x80 building to include the custom blending equipment and office space. Members of the pre- school Sunday School class of Emmanuel (Rosehill) Lutheran Church, presented a scrap book they had made to the Dr. Henry Schmidt Memorial Hospital by the youngsters over the past sev- eral months, illustrating the lessons in their unit study of God's creation. Students are Ruth Rachuy, Cathie Christensen, David Mischke, Kami Gertner, LeLand Mischke, and Kent Bunting. Mrs. Ronald Christensen teaches the class. The book was presented to Mrs. Thelma Clarke, Hospital Administrator. Sentinel Tribune Tip Line If you see news happening or have a story idea call our News Tip Line. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Due to staff limitations we may not always be able to respond to your tips or" ideas. However we will do our best to . give every call full regard. Thank you for your help and consideration. Jarmer- Loose engagement Gerald and Patricia Jarmer, Westbrook together with Daniel and Eloise Loose, Lamberton, are happy to announce the engagement of their children, Cody Jarmer and Rochelle Loose. Cody is a 2004 graduate of Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School and a 2006 grad- uate of Minnesota West. He is currently self-employed as farmer as well as an electri- cian for Fulda Electric Rochelle is a 2005 gradu- ate of Red Rock Central High School and a 2007 gradu- ate of Minnesota West. She is currently employed as a Chart Processing Specialist at the Sanford Tracy Medical Center. A wedding is planned for January 14, 2014 in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Memory Loss Caregiver Support Group Sanford Worthington Medical Center and Crossroads Care Center offer a maonthly support group for caregivers of individu- als who have suffered from memory loss. Karen Rye from Crossroads Care Center facilitates this support group. The support group will meet on Wednesday, November 20 from 2 3 p.m. in the Education Conference Room at Sanford Worthington Medical Center. It is held the 3rd Wednesday of every month. There is no cost to attend. Refreshments will be served. Pre-registration is encour- aged but not required. For more information, please call Karen at (507) 376-5312 or Lori at (507) 372-3275. on Recently New Vision Co-op made their final payment to the owners of Southwest Grain Terminal in Heron Lake. Storden Farmers Grain Co. has fmally received its remaining cash redemp- tion of regional equity. There will not be any further distribution of cash, as the remaining funds are insuf- ficient to process this cost effectively. In accordance with Minnesota Statute, such funds can be donated to a local non-profit charitable cause. The Board of Trustees of Farmers Grain Trust chose to give the remaining money to the Storden Fire Department. From left: Farmer's Grain Trustee, Lowell Tjentland; Treasurer of the Storden Fire Department, Jim Polk and Fire Chief, Russ Fay receiv- ing the check in the amount of $13,229.41; and Nick Meyer also a Farmer's Grain Trustee. Submitted photo annual The 2013 Beef Royale Awards and Premium Checks Banquet will be held Saturday *Winners of the Spectator evening, November 16, at the Judging Contest Windom Community Center, *Announcing the Beef Windom MN. Serving time Producer of the Year will be 6:00 p.m. This year Recipient the meal will include carved *Announcing the prime rib with T-Tommy's of Outstanding Service Award Springfield catering the meal. of the Year The evening will include: Guest speaker for the eve- *Naming of the 2014 Beef ning will be Justin Lookadoo, Ambassador New York Times bestsell- *Presentation of Show ing author. Tickets may be purchased from Cottonwood Cattle Producer board members, the Cottonwood County Extension Office at 831- 4022, or the Jackson County Extension office at 662- 5293. The price of a ticket is discounted until noon on November 15. The price after 12:00 p.m. on November 15 and at the door will be full price. a c A Tribute to Cottonwood County Veterans The Cottonwood County Historical Society invites you to attend the upcom- ing presentation entitled "A Cemetery Stroll: A Tribute to Cottonwood County Veterans." The focus of this on-stage drama portrays prominent county citizens who served their country in the military. While one would assume this event would take place in a cemetery, due to weather concerns we bring the cemetery to the museum. Coralee Krueger completed research and wrote scripts for seven individuals. Lynn Peterson as Artistic Director will assist in bringing these people to life. The actual performance will take place on Sunday, November 17 at 2:00 p.m. Cost for the event is $5.00. Those people por- trayed along with the readers are listed below: Civil War - Clark Seely Reader: A1 Peterson World War I - Morris Severson Reader: Dave Carroll World War I ~ Minnie Schmotzer Brill Letter from Maude Parson Red Cross Nurse in France Reader: Marilyn Wahl World War II - Charles Willsher Reader: Dave Fjeld World War II - Kathryn Campbell Reader: Molly Cothran Korea - Marlin Schmidt Reader: Dennis Phelps The Remick Gallery will be open for viewing with the Mark C. Christianson pho- tography exhibit entitled "Borrowed Light". Light refreshments will be provid- ed. For more information con- tact the Cottonwood County Historical Society at (507) 831-1134. Did you know, dollars spent in your community will cycle on average seven times 2, hrough the community! ~ew,e~ II ~1 I ~ ~sa=mantan oa','e, qualit. I ~~ II ~,===.soe'lety~ hand~:~anatovelZt, ~ W~r~mo~ "--:-n handg ': .-" I Westbr0ok Ag Power Inc. I S07-i74-616S " " I Westbr00k, MN- 507-274-6101 ] THR|FTYWH|TI 601 1st Ave 'l Westbrook, MN Meat & Cheese Trays .' 274-5555,Westbrook