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Bloomington and then was a guest of Lori Soil of Alexandria, VA for ances a few days, returning back to Minneapolis on Saturday. Last Thursday Petra Schmalz TEN YEARS AGO their corn crop picked. But along visited Mrs. Hans Anderson at November 13, 1980 came the rain, then snow, then Storden along with Mrs. Thelma more rain, and now more snow to Solomonson and Esther Baas of Marilyn Hass had her firstmake the fields wet and sticky. Windom. ; experience with Skydiving recently Mildred Bunting accompanied ; and referred to the jump as "neat". Mr. and Mrs. Richard Willemssen - "It was one of the neatest things I have ever done in my whole life".THIRTY to Okoboji Sunday and visited . Maxine Speckmeier after having She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. YEARS AGO dinner at the Hi-Lo Club. Clarence Hass of Westbrook. November 10, 1960 Lisa Horkey and Todd , The Westbrook German classMore than 30 neighbors and O'Donnell were weekend guests at - spent the weekend of October 31 at friends lent a helping hand to the Bud Horkey home. ", the Concordia's German Camp at harvest corn this week on the Sunday after church, Mr. and . Turtle Lake, near Bemidji. Those Kenneth Bakken farm north of Mrs. Art Kuehl attended the attending were Dawn Kottke, -; Delayne Mischke, Rhonda Nelsen, Westbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Bakken Kiwanis Egg and Sausage meal at Heather Schofield, Kirstenhave been at the side of their son, the Elementary lunchroom. Schofield and the instructor, Mrs. Dennis, who is confined to a Ray and Mary Gorder and Schmidt. Kansas City, Me hospital. Dennis Marcella Boeck drove to was injured in an auto accident Minneapolis Sunday to return :! Last Thursday evening the o Westbrook Cub Scouts held their near Sedelialatein October. Donald Boeck home from the This week's abbreviated version hospital. first Rain Gutter Regatta. The cubs of the Sentinel is the result of a Mr. and Mrs. Paul built sail boats and raced them in rain gutters using their own wind major machine failure earlier this Rausenberger, Gustie week. One of the three heating Rausenberger and Mr. and Mrs. to propel the tiny crafts. The elements in the typecastingLeslie Rausenberger of Glencoe winners were 1st place, Jason Sondergaard; 2nd place, Steve machine picked this week to retire attended the 50th wedding Erickson; and 3rd place, Mike from active service resulting in a anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. day and a half delay, in preparing George Rausenberger at ,g Ewy. material for this week s paper. Someplace Else Sunday. Mrs. Melvin Klasse, Mrs. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Gregory TWENTY Raymond Kuehl, Mrs. Earl Marshall and family of Sioux YEARS AGO Peterson and Mrs. Henry Busswitz Falls, James Marshall of St Paul, attended the Girl Scout Founders James Boeck of New Ulm and Mr. November 12, 1970 Banquet in Springfield Monday and Mrs. Steve Comnick were The first load of snowmobileevening. The latter two were visitors of lris Marshall. trailers moved out of Arden members of the first Girl Scout Industries last week. Twenty-two troop in Westbrook and Mrs. trailers were delivered Kuehl was a leader from 1930 to unassembled to dealers. 1932. The Westbrook Village Council Mr. and Mrs. ale Hager of ' approved an expenditure of up to Westbrook were featured in a $1,000 towards construction of an air strip on village property just quarter-page feature in a recent Sandra and Wayne Cassen of issue of the Worthington Globe. Bloomington were the weekend of " south of the lagoons. This The article described Mr. Hager's November 7th visitors at the particular piece of land was used reflection on life in the United parental Mrs. Ruth Anderson for an airstrip several years ago. " Snow covered corn has beenStates and recounted his childhood home. Jack and Marilyn Marshall of experience before coming to this Innisfail, Alberta, Canada, were bothering farmers in the area for country. the past week. Most of them were houseguests at the Bud Hanson going along real fine on getting home from Monday evening to Thursday noon. Peter and Rae Thompson of Innisfail, Alberta, Canada, were houseguests at the Herbert Hanson ,home from Monday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Baarstad Nelsen of Minneapolis, DavidThursday. were Sunday afternoon visitors at Nelsen and Hilja Rachuy wereElla Rice and Wallie Hager the Lowry Anderson home. visitors at the Leslie Nelsen home. were Monday afternoon visitors at Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mrs. Larry Olson of the OrlandoHansonhome. Erickson, Alberta Kleven and alga Bloomington was a weekend guest Helen Iverson and Ida Carlson Erickson were guests at the Kent of Key Key Nelson. Sunday Mr. visited Lenora Mielke in Lafayette, Bigbee home in Mankato. and Mrs. Dean Knudson and Mrs. MN, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Madson Lee Bakken and Curtis were Tuesday evening dinner guests 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Graver Buskadditional dinner guests, at the Herbert Hanson home were " were Wednesday afternoon coffee Eileen Sundahl took Marcellatheir houseguests, Peter and Ray guests at the Herbert Herrlinger Boeck to Someplace Else lastThompson of Innisfail, Alberta, home in Worthington. Monday for dinner for Marcellas Canada, Bud and Sandy Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. birthday, and their houseguests, Jack and Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Art Flay, Mrs. Thelma Solomonson of Marilyn Marshall of Innisfail, Mr. and Mrs. Art Steeh and Anna Windom was a Thursday visitor of Alberta, Canada, Norris and Ardis wer TILq day evening Laura Knutson. Highby of Lamberton. Wednesday Afflfe Mr. and Mi.s q iafi-d l noon tl grtmlrwere ffkmer in Stordcn. Natterstad, Mr. and Mrs. Hans guests at the Norris and Ardis Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelsen Asmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Highbys in Lamberton. En route spent last Monday at the Mayo Sondergaard and Mr. and Mrs. home, they visited Wednesday Clinic at Rochester. Wayne Rupp and Travis were last afternoon at the Donald and Saturday forenoon Mrs. Stanley Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Margie Homing home, rural Rand, Janel, Mona and Scott Mrs. Milford J. Anderson for Revere. Wednesday supper guests at the Schumski of North Mankato Luella, Carolyn and Mandel's Marguerite and Wilferd Einertson arrived to spend the weekend at the birthdays, home were Alice and Orville Leslie Nelsen home. Edna Johnson Thursday afternoon the Wonder Einertson of Storden, Verna and of Minneapolis was also a dinner Club meeting was held at the home Henry Nelson of Morgan and guest on Saturday. In the evening of Mrs. Art Kuehl and all members Helma Olson of Westbrook. they all attended the Hilja Rachuy were present. Mrs. Alice Johnson shower at Grace Lutheran at Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Anderson accompanied Adolph and Marcella Westbrook. were Sunday evening visitors at the Engerbretson of Tracy to Sioux Tuesday Mrs. Huldrieh Nibbe Milford E. Anderson home. Falls on Wednesday when they entertained the Sew-So Club at her Doris Vaupel, May Kleven, visited Mrs. Ellen Olson at the home. Irene Pederson, lone Nelson, Betty Sioux Valley Hospital. Saturday evening Mrs. Art Knudson, Marilyn Carey and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Galstad of Kuehl attended the bridal shower Evelyn Madson helped Marcella rural Currie accompanied Lois for Hilja Rachuy at Grace Lutheran Boeck observe her birthday last Knutson to Pipestone Tuesday Church. Monday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Milford Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs afternoon where Mr. Galstad Anderson were among the guests Art Flay attended the 50ttconsulted an eye specialist from who surprised Victoria Nelson on anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs Sioux Falls at the Dr. Vermeer her birthday at the Centennial George Rausenberger a offices. Mrs. Knutson visited Mrs. Homes Recreation Center in Tracy. Someplace Else. Arlene Knutson at the Pipestone Sunday afternoon Edna Mr. and Mrs. Elwayne Kueh Care Center. Johnson, Judy Brudwick and visited at the Clarence Magnu Wednesday evening dinner children of Minneapolis, Rhonda home at Slayton Friday evening, guests at the Bud Hanson home DeVoss and Stephanie and Roxy Soil was an overnigh were their houseguests, Jack and Anthony of Marshall, Karen guest Tuesday of Nicely Soil o Marilyn Marshall, Herbert and Roselyn Hanson and their houseguests, Peter and Rae Thompson, Rolf and JoAnn Hanson and family of-rural Westbrook, Ardis and Richard Andert and family of rural Slayton. The Genesis Circle of Our The Westbrook Hospital Savior's WELCA met at the home of their hostess, Ethel Mad.son of Saturday Elaine Harder of Jackson and Cecilie Teerink and daughters, Alisa and Jenna of Worthington were supper guests at the Russell Rupp home. Monday evening Art Kuehl atten,d,d the township board monthlymeeting at the Des Moines River Township Hall. The Kuehls served lunch to the members that evening. Thursday Mary Rupp and sons were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rupp. Last week callers of Beulah Phipps were Joan Jorgenson, Gerry Anderson, Lu Ewy, Synolla BaTTle, Beulah Stuwe and Brenda Phipps. Roger Menk of North Mankato was a Saturday caller at the Sy Menk home. Past week visitors at the home of Ralph and Gladys Merchant were Caesar Carlson, Vince Thorstad, Tex and Lois Cohrs, Marlowe Nelsen, Lynn Nelson, Dodie Schmidt, Dorothy Kuehl, Bob Hazelkamp of Kimball, MN, and Ivan Carlson. Wednesday morning Wanda Brandt was a coffee guest of Bernice Bashans. Wednesday evening Irene Tyler, William Nelson, Mildred Bunting, Helen Rupp, Leo Beckmann and Ethel Youngck were visitors at the Huldrich Nibbe home. Phyllis Vosberg of Walnut Grove, Orville and Londa Carlson of Westbrook, Orlando and Sandy Hanson were Friday evening dinner guests at the Earl and Ida Carlson home to honor Earl on his 85th birthday. Ruby Yochem was a Friday evening visitor at Mrs. Agnes Cohrs home in Westbrook. Mark Johnson of St. Olaf College visited Marian Johnson Saturday evening when they shared some music. Marlowe and Amy Johnson visited Saturday and Sunday at the Craig Johnson home in Prior Lake, MN. Marilyn and Gary Warner of rural Revere were Thursday supper guests at the Bob Schmitt home. Karla Rehborg of Sioux Falls, and Esther Rehborg of Pipestone spent the weekend at the parental SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, Calvin Rehborg home. Kim Mielke and Kyrra Meier of Windom were Saturday evening guests at the Otto Cohrs home. Connie and Clint Hammer of Shakopee, MN, were Thursday overnight guests at the Wilferd Einertson home. Friday morning the Hammers drove Verna and Henry Nelson of Morgan to Apache Junction, AZ, where they will spend the winter. Thursday evening Marguerite and Wilferd Einertson attended the chili supper at the Masonic Temple in Slayton. Sunday dinner guests at the Gary Revier home in Redwood Falls were Phyllis Vosberg of Walnut Grove, Orville and Londa Carlson of Westhrook, Earl and Ida Carlson when they observed Jeremiah's golden birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rehborg and girls visited at the F.R.Henning home rural Okabena Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schmitt were Sunday supper guests at the Diane and Tom Schmitt home at Windom. Don and Margie Homing, Rachel and Daniel of rural Revere were Friday evening visitors at the Herbert Hanson home. Alvin Lien of Roseville, MN, was a weekend guest at the Kenneth Lien home to do some pheasant hunting. Marian Johnson accompanied Mary Xavier to SWSU at Marshall Sunday afternoon when Mary played in the orchestra concert. Lois Knutson accompanied Marilyn Jans of rural Fulda to Pipestone Sunday afternoon when they visited Mrs. Arlene Knutson at the Pipestone Care Center. En route home they called at the Colleen and Dale Miller home in Slayton. Ardis Andert, Elizabeth, Robert and John of rural Slayton were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lien and their houseguest, Alvin Lien of Roseville, MN, and Lois Knutson enjoyed dinner Saturday evening at the Dovray Manor. They later visited together at the Kenneth Lien home. Helen Iverson and Ruby Yochem visited Ted Knutson at his home Sunday afternoon. Kristen and Matthew, Amy and Currie were supper guests at the home. Dovray Legion The Dovray Auxiliary met at Thursday at the Center on President, Doffs CohrS, meeting and led the Allegiance to Our Constitution was of our National and roll call was members present. and treasurer's reports The treasurer S966.66 in Our Auxiliary Eldora Comnick's of $112.00. Week is November 17th. As usual, we for the teachers at Martha Vosberg, and Ruth Rongstad November is also Parley month. We past presidents with a dinner at the Cafe, the day the for their communil We gave to the Veteran's Center - S25.00 and Worthington - $10.00. 300 small and 3 poppies for next invited our 2nd Esther Sheepstra of and her Secretary, Jean i our Christmas party 13th. Shiela leonard with her Past President, Doris bags were paid for, and shown and the sent to the Auxiliary Fund. Chaplain Sally closing prayer and Cohrs, closed the was served by Eldora for your vote in the general election. I appreciate your su and will continue to do my best to represent you your-County Cam Marlowe "Red" Nell Prepared, circulated and paid r the candidate In hls own behalf. As we expect to be moving to an apartment, we will sell the following personal Auxiliary Soup Pie- Westbrook; on Wednesday " evening. The Lydia Circle met Wednesday evening at the home of condition Maytag wringer washer Two metal lawn Sandwich Luncheon hostess, Ruth Ann Dibble. Julie and Gene McClellan and cabinet - good 5 foot step ladder Lumber - boards was a big success. Daniel were Thursday evening I condition Metal cooler guests at the Alice and Marian leak dining table & six Milk separator tank ANTIQUE Johnson home. chairs like new Coffee pot (granite ware) Vonnie and Chester, Hollingswozlh left for their home Johann Haviland Bavaria Old coffee cans Birds Eye Maple at Ottmait, MN, Wednesday China service for12 Thermos jugs bedroom set, spending ten days in the area ~ HedlennlIT;r e d nd Ruby Stainless steel silverware Lunch box (Yoke dresser, . service for 8 White enamel kettle chair & rocker Thursday eve.ning dinner guests Set of 9 each glass Tupperware 2 piece set an at the Martha Vosberg home were goblets, smaller ones, 4 TV trays electric lain Ernest Cohrs, Jennie Cohrs and desserts, all stemmed GE vaccum cleaner Walnut antique TU E S D AY, Cohrs of Richardson. TX. and pickle dishes, Hall tree Many glass Leo and Roeann Vosberg, Frances N O V. and Lemoyne Jorgenson of rural plates & bowls Wall mirror (large) various shape Westhrook, and Carrie Knudson of century pattern Buffet range hot plate sizes (some Westbrook. Some cooking utensils burner Japan) I shall work to the best of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Learned of Table cloths Jewelry 2 dark blue Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer my ability to merit your Jeppeson of Westbrook, Ruby Scatter rugs (loomed) Hand made doilies several others continued support in Yochem, Helen Iverson and Large base cabinet. Some pictures Metal canning the office of County Marguerite Einertson have visited Hard wood table Portable electric heater (granite Doris Vosberg this past week. Treasure(. Wooden armchair Portable dehumidifier antique Brass Several relatives and friends Picnic table ENS called at the Bud Hanson home M M W l Sunday afternoon and evening to " wish him a happy birthday. He also received several telephone calls. Ella Rice, Wallie Hager and II at the following location; 531 5th street, Westbrook, Minnesota. In case of the sale will be held at the Westbrook Recycling Plant on the corner of 4th and HOUSEHOLD & Washer table with Smaller outdoor MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS drawers Rakes and Hoes Steel wash tub miscellaneous Red davenport - good Plastic wash tub tools -- Ruth Rongstad were Monday David Rupp, Auctioneer #17- 18 Southwest State Bang Prel~x3~Pcl & 13010 for by M hA Wlen*; In his own bchOIf morning coffee guests at Dolores :, " Schmitts.