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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO November 17, 1999 After more than half a century of continuous family operation, Roger and Donna Erickson will sell out their inventory and close the doors of their store, Erickson Hardware. Coaches Leo The:sen and Carter Ross were named co-coaches of the year by Southwest Ridge Coaches Association. Recently, the DNR pur- chased 320 acres from the Edgar Dalin Estate. The farm is located in Cottonwood county at the corner of Hwy. 62 and Co. Road 7. The purchase will enable the DNR to move the state goods hunting blinds out of the road ditches along Co. Road 7 to fields east of the road- way. TWENTY YEARS AGO November 15, 1989 Voters in Independent School District #175 went to the polls a week ago Tuesday, and passed an Additional Tax Capacity levy for the 1990 school year. There was a turn out of 376 voters in the election with 281 voting yes votes and 95 no votes. Red Rock girls all con- ference volleyball players are Stephanie Kjorness, Gina Kronback, and Michelle Lindaman. Tri- Star all conference foot- ball team or honorable mention are Dan White, Juhl Erickson, Jason Bakke, Nick Kuehl, Mike Hopper, and Mike Ewy. As part of the Westbrook Chamber Christmas promotion, free coffee and cookies will be served at the Double D. Cafe and Someplace Else. The Chamber plans 2 days when they will hold the "Shoppers Break". THIRTY YEARS AGO November 15, 1979 Kristen Kelm, Ruth Rachuy, and Kirsten Schofield have been selected to participate in the 22nd annual Augustana Band Festival at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, November 16- 17. Navy Cryptologic Technician 2nd Class Cynthia A. Lintner has reported for duty at the U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. A 1972 graduate of Westbrook High School, she joined the Navy in December 1972. She is the daughter of Harris and Hazel Lintner of Dundee. A case of eggs was apparently stolen from Wepco Farms last Friday night and used to pepper selected homes and cars in the city. WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES PETERSON ESTATES By Sheryl Kopperud Foslien - Pankratz wedding The wedding of Jill Foslien and MarkPankratz took place October 17, 2009 at the Fron Lutheran Church, Starbuck, MN. Parents of the couple are Tim and Nita Foslien, Benson and Alan and Marge Pankratz, Butterfield. A reception followed in the community center. Following a wedding trip to Yellowstone and Trout creek, MT the bridal couple are at home at rural Butterfield. Submitted photo Westbrook news Ropes with three ends, ences. On Monday a ropes with no ends, Hmong cultural program brightly colored lights,will be coming to share a !i disappearing black dots,program of entertainment trick balls and classical with us. We are looking 1 guitar were all a part of forward to the young peo- our entertainment last Monday afternoon. We were thrilled to see and be amazed by the Amazing Mark, a travel- ing magician that came to visit our facility. Not only did he have us won- dering, "How did he do that?" but his musical tal- ent was also very much appreciated. As he played the guitar and sang the periodic table we were again amazed at the talent that was perform- ing in our small facility. In the past few weeks we have also enjoyed gather- ple coming to share their musical talent, dancing ability and possibly a treat with us. On this coming Thursday we are antici- pating a Norwegian Lefse making demonstration. Most of us have tasted this treat but it will be interesting to see how it is made. Of course on the other days several of us will be meeting around the game table to see who will be the big winner this week of SkipBo, Scrabble and Bingo. We never know who will come out ing around the game table on top during these fun 'd and playing many games and exciting games, t Bring/call news items to the and Debra Marshall, of Uno, Yahtzee, Maybe we all come out on Sentinel Office 274-6136 in David and Stacey Rummikub, and Garbage. top when we count how t Westbrook;mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Marshall and sons in Salt We learned a new game many laughs are shared Lake City, UT. They all went on an ancient steam train excursion from Heber City, UT and viewed the Cascade Springs: In Salt Lake City they saw the Dinosaur movie at the I- Max Theater. On their return trip, they spent a night with Allison Kane and twins in Steamboat Springs, CO. called Phase 10 and enjoyed playing it when we understood all the rules. It is a wonderful way to spend an after- noon meeting with friends, playing a game and enjoying a special treat created by Melinda our activity leader. As we look forward on our calendar we see that our week will hold some different cultural experi- and time spent with our neighbors. As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches we are pausing to consider all of the many blessings we have been blessed with in the past year. As you sit at your Thanksgiving meal may you be overwhelmed by the goodness that we so bountifully enjoy each and every day. Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507-274-6137 or by e-mail at sentrib@ncp- pub.com. Deadline for social news is Monday noon. Doug and JoAnn Nelson, Lincoln, NE were weekend guests of Stanley and Ruth Madson. Kathleen Thompson of Hermosa, SD, Priscilla Comnick, and Iris Marshall returned home Wednesday from spending a week visiting Jeffrey Pam Barrie com Pharmacy November 23-27, 2009 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the Westbrook Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Monday: Tator tot ca~~i'bl6/~eeh ~beans, fruit salad, Rice Krispie bar, bread, milkTuesday: Roast pork, potatoes/gravy, peas, apri- cots, bread, milk Wednesday: Lasagna, Calif. blend veg., fruited gelatin, pudding, garlic bread, milk Sanford Tracy and Westbrook Medical T h u~r s d a y : Centers announced that Thanksgiving Day Pam Barrie has become a Friday: Meaty beef Certified Pharmacy stew, cole slaw, pears, bis- Technician. The and processes associated with hospital, retail and long term care. A large component of Barrie's study included sterile compounding of pharma- Westbrook pharmacies under the direction of Pharmacists Dean Lichty (Sanford Westbrook) and Jean Metcalf (Sanford Tracy). '%Ve are extremely fortu- nate to have an employee who is so committed to her job and willing to do all that was necessary to provide the highest quali- cuit, milk Pharmacy Technician ceuticals used in Barrie's certificationty service possible for all For reservations call appreh~iceship req~ed chemotherapy or antibiot-d0iil~id'e~i with' both the our patients. ~P~ltii't~' aot Angie at 274,6583 by four hundred and= eighty . ic treatment: 'T~ficy' ';and 'Westbrot)k ohly ati:&sset'tO' bt~#~h~dr- noon one day in advance,hours working under 'the Pam has been workingMedical Center pharma- macy~ Services; she is a You may also call the supervision of a pharma- as a Registered Pharmacy cies becoming fully com-positive role model for all Tracy kitchen at 1-866- 985-8512. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under con- tract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. cist in addition to course work. Course work includ- ed sections on pharmacy law, Wad-mixtures, phar- maceutical calculations, drug classifications (brand name to generic) Technician (all pharmacy technicians must be regis- tered with the state board of pharmacy) for the past six years. Currently she works in both the Sanford Tracy and Sanford pliant with federal regula- tions regarding com- pounding of sterile med- ications. Stacy Barstad, Sanford Tracy and Westbrook CEO applauds Pare with these words, her fellow teammates." Pam lives near Westbrook with her hus- band Chuck and has two children. I 36th annual Holiday Craft Bazaar Fulda Hiqh School Gymnasium and Legion Hall College Avenue Front S~eet Fulda, MN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 - 9AM TO 3 PM **At the school** Over 50 vendors exhibiting hand crafted items! **At the Legion Hall** ~ parldng. Lunch avail~ NEW THIS YEAR - We are collecting donations for the Fulda Food Shelf. Receive a ticket for a chance at a door prize with any monetary and/or food item donation. JOIN US EVERY YEAR THE SATURDAY BEFORE THANKSGIVING Sponsored by the Fulda Women of Today, PO Box 411, Fulda, MN 561 31 fuldacraft@gmx.com 174990 Murray County 4-H November 19 -- Slayton Area Babysitting Clinic, 3:30-5:00 p.m., 4-H Building November 24 -- Slayton Area Babysitting Clinic, 3:30-5:00 p.m., 4-H Building November 26-27 -- Thanksgiving observance - office closed November 30 -- 4-H Fundraiser Committee, 6:30 p.m., 4-H Building ! December 1 -- Slayton Area Babysitting Clinic, 3:30-5:00 p.m., 4-H Building W Iff Monday Thru November 16 - 21[ Fresh flowers, plants, helium balloons, gifts, candy, clothing and now PICTURE MAKER!! THRIFTY WHITE , i i i i i Westbrook, MN 507-274-6114 or 800-645-6479 175081 ouse -- Last week the Westbrook Library hosted an open house. Above patrons enjoyed coffee, juice and cookies. Administrator II "1 I "1 : I I T rc@ooo~. 1 ..sa.mantan ! tsoclety7 Chri$tma. in the Co untrg "61 plae in the Countrg Saturday, November 21 iii!!!,gi ii!Uiiil 10 am - 5 pm ...... .... i Sunday, November 22 1 1 pm - 5 pm ..... Refreshments, Door prizes, Poinsettias, Fresh evergreen wreaths, roping, and more! From Westbrook, 4 miles IN. on Hwy. 30, 1-1/2 mL S. on 270th Ave. ....... 175078 d th ,,,:,....,