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YEARS AGO Westbrook firemen were called to the Westbrook Plant of the ember 11, 1980 Dovray Grain Co. last Thursday was estimated at moreafternoon shortly after three ,000 in a fire that oclock when the corn dryer at the t large calf barn at the plant became overheated. The heat lland farm three miles burned a hole through the side of Id a half mile east of the dryer, which required patching, Saturday night. Firemen but apparently no other damage arden, Westbrook, andwasdone. , ere called to the scene and Westb, rook s basketball team Ited their efforts on saving opened it s season last Friday night garage, machine shed and at Sanborn against a tall strong eifer barn. Panther squad which topped them tuna College announces 70 to 50. The Cats just couldn t dd Mischke, son of Mr. compete with the 6'3", 6'5", and Willard Mischke of 6'3" forwards and center on this :, has been selected as at of an Aid As ciation talented laden team. ats (AAL) scholarship )8,)-81 academic year. THIRTY a junior majoring in YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Mike Timmerman were Sunday morning callers of participants. Later they attended Kee Kee Nelson. the Band Concert at the Tracy Kay Olson, Hilda Sefers and High School Auditorium when Marcella Boeck attended the ' Matthew Hansen was one of the Community Concert Choir at Mrs. Ruth Rongstad members in the 7th Grade Band. Lamberton Sunday afternoon. A large group of local relatives Frank Kuehl and daughter, and friends attended the funeral of accompanied John and KristenMartha Vosberg and Ernest Deloris Ehleringer of Fulda, were Nick Swart at Christ Lutheran Hansen of rural Currie to the Cohrs were Sunday dinner guests Christmas Program at St. Mary's at the Mrs. Carrie Knudson home ,Thursday afternoon callers of Mrs. Church in Slayton Wednesday Catholic School in Tracy Sunday in Westbrook. Art Kuehl. morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eichner Ruby Yochem, Helen Iverson, afternoon. Amy and Mark were were weekend guests at the Ted Ardis Haugen of rural Tracy, Comnick home at Good Thunder. Phyllis VosbergofWalnutGrove, Extension 4ews Eilene German of Avoca, Louise Thursday supper guests at the German of Currie enjoyed dinner Roger Kopperud home was Dean French of Lamberton. Wednesday evening at the Valhalla Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensen were Steak House to help Louise Sunday supper guests at the observe her birthday. They spent Holiday partying and giving someone breakfast may Kenneth Albrecht home in Tracy the evening at the Louise German after attending a concert there, home in Currie later, and driving timePermitwithY Ua tofriendspendyouS mehavenqualityt had Deloris and Don Lindley wereThe Martha Circle of Our by Elaine Harder the chance to visit with for a long Saturday evening visitors ofSavior's WELCA met on Thursday Cottonwood Co, Ext. while. Florence Anderson. morning at the home of their This time of the year as we're Anyway you look at it, you win Alice Horkey was a Tuesday hostess, Mardella Olson. The preparing for holiday festivities, no and they win. So drive them coffee guest of Ethel Youngck. Priscilla Circle enjoyed dinner at one wants to think about such yourself. Call for a ride for your Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelsen noon at the Dovray Senior Center unpleasant matters as drunk and friend. Let them stay over. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bobon Thursday with a potluck, with drugged driving. It is, however, Nelsen and Elizabeth Johnson and the Bible Study later. The Dorcas often a natural outgrowth of our Happy holidays are guaranteed by responsible entertaining, a took first place andDecember 8, 1960 Alex to Marshall Sunday evening Circle met at the church Thursday holiday observance. To insure that designated driver and three ways to y ph ted second in Keith Villa, owner and operator to attend the Christmas program of afternoon for a potluck lunch, we and those we love don t engage keep a friend alive. )emocracy Nation of the Westbrook Dairy, this week First English Lutheran in which AI and Lorrie Hawkes of Star in drunk and drugged driving and Upcoming Opportunities Broadcast contest announced that he has purchased Stephanie and Anthony were Prairie, WI were Wedne lay and inadvertently cause a disaster in December 13-- DHIA Board The girls spoke on My the ice cream manufacturingparticipants. Later they were coffee Thursday guestsat theOrlando and our community, we do need toMeeting, 1:00 p.m Extension Sandy Hanson home. Wednesday think about it. eat to my Country . The equipment from Lichty Drug Store guests at the Joel and Rhonda evening supper guests at the Bud National Drunk and Drugged Office. ', sponsored locally by the and will be producing ice cream DeVoss home. December 18 --- lnservice for of.Foreign Wars and the under his own brand name. AMrs. Larry Olson of Hanson home besides their Driving Awareness Week, is ECSU Early Childhood Special udliaty, complete distribution system has Bloomington spent the weekend houseguests were Ardis and Norris observed this year from December Educators by Janet on Keep to anrad, spokesman fornot yet been set up, however, the with Kee KeeNelSon. Highby, Lamberton, Herbert and 9-15. Let's consider when hosting Effective Adult Education, 1:30 to Auxiliary Unit 4, ice cream is now available at Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Roselyn Hanson and Rolf Hanson this season to make the first 3:30 p.m Extension Office. rl the fast "Parade of Lichty's Drug Store in vanilla and Mandel Natterstad were visitors at of rural Westbrook. beverage choices offered to our n Westbrook was a huge flavors. Proceeds, before Arnie Higley of Westbrookthe Albert Sondergaard home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson were guests non-alcoholic or if partying, Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mrs. Florence Hansen at agree to adopt the popular idea of Farmer's Tax from the tour amounted taken over operation of Haugen s Art Fief attended the Birthday her Twin Circle Apartment in electing a designated driver before Guides are in additional $406 was Mobil service station on highways Club that met at the home of Mrs. Tracy for lutefisk supper we go out for the evening. This is a by Jim Christensen , from a Christmas Tree 60 and 71 in Windom. He plans to Roy Christensen. Wednesday evening, sure-fire method for keeping x:t. move his family to Windom after Mr. and Mrs. Roman Johnson of Helen Iverson, Ruby Yochem everyone out of trouble, including Each year the Farmer s Tax the first oftheyear. Windom visited at the William and Mr. and Mrs. Chester the innocent driver of the car Guide, Internal Revenue Service publication 225, is updated and TWENTY Construction work has been Nelson home Tuesday and Hollingsworth attended the funeral coming at us from the opposite made available for farmers to do completed and the Holy Sacrifice Thursday mornings, of Kenneth Bergman at Christ direction their year end tax management. EARS AGO of the Mass was celebrated in the Bud and Fay Kuehl and Doug Lutheran Church in Slayton But suppose someone who s This free publication is now ember 10, 1970 Catholic Church in Westbrook Kuehl were callers of Mrs. Art Thursday morning, already driving comes to your available at the Cottonwood coting for Dovray Village recently. Kuehi during the week. Thursday overnight guests at the house for holiday celebrating and County Extension Office. Jrville Carlson with 28 From Hospital Meanderings by Friday Anna Gertner attendedHelen lverson home were Iola and has a bit too much. Do you get into Changes in the tax law include s named to a three year Mildred Stenlund - The discharge the Gray Ladies meeting in Bob Bergman of Cambridge, MN a fight with them to take away their new maximum net earnings for self le council while Marlowe of Carl Hanson, Storden, broke up Windom. She also visitedwithand their grandson, Christopher car keys? What do you do? There takes over the other three a congenial partnership in Room'/. Freida Waiters. Bergman of Isanti, MN who came are the three basic techniques employment tax and a new self to attend the funeral of their anyone can practice to save an employment tax rate of 15.3%. k on the council with 13 Caesar Carlson gave orders that his Saturday Alice Horkey and brother and great uncle, Kenneth impaired driver: drive your friend Farmers paying wages in 1990 next roommate must also share his Evalena Jarmer attended a R.E.A. political views, meeting at Worthington. Bergman of Thief River Falls, MN home yourself; call for a ride or let must withhold federal income tax whose funeral was in Slayton your friend sleep at your house for from farm workers who are subject :stb ook News the night. These lessons are so to social security taxes. The r Mr. and Mrs. Milford J. Courtney Erickson of rural elementary for theholiday season- standard mileage rate for business Anderson were Friday evening Westbrook visited from Friday to - and so vital. They can help save use of a vehicle is 26 cents a mile visitors at the Mandel Natterstad Sunday at the home of her some of those 23,000 lives lost in for all business miles. You are not home. grandparents, Harley and Mavis 1989 to drunk drivers. They can subject to the 15,000 mile annual Peterson was a week Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eichner,AmundSen. help save some of the 500,000 limit that applied in earlier years. any afternoon visitor and Evelyn Jensen and Ann Mischke Helen Rupp and Ann Mischke Bud and Sandy Hanson and their injured people who in 1989 fell Other changes are also listed. Stop the home of Mrs. were Sunday coffee guests ofwere Wednesday evening visitors houseguests, AI and Lorrie Hawkes victim to drunk drivers, by the office for your copy now. Florence Anderson. of Ethel YoungcL of Star Prairie, WI were breakfast Why do these ideas not always ad Mrs. Francis Cohrs, Mr. and Mrs.Lloyd Refsal were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Peterson of guests at the Herbert Hanson home work in practice? When you offer MN/DOT enhances Wednesday visitors of Margaret Minneapolis were weekend guests Thursday morning. They all to drive a friend home who's had Highway Comnick, Rebecca Olsen. at the Roy Peterson home. enjoyed dinner at the Dovray Care too much to drink, it means they r of St Paul, Elizabeth Clara Kashmarek, Edna Additional Sunday visitors were at noon before the visitors left for have to leave their car at your 60construction ! sons of Shoreview, Jay Miranowski and Mildred Bunting Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rhoda andtheir home in the afternoon,place, and that's going to involve Bob Pecore, District Engineer an and Iris Marshallwere Sunday afternoon and supper family of Windom and Mr. andMr. and Mrs. Don Peterson, some tricky logistics getting back for the Minnesota Department of StateC mmencementuniversity Fridayat guests of Elsie Krick. Mrs. Gary Busswitz. Mrs. Laura Benton, Adolph to your house and maybe someTransportation (Mn/DOT) has James Marshall was one Alberta Kleven was a Thursday Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Vosberg and Art Lamb enjoyedexplaining to somebody else the recently been informed that the afternoon visitor of Olga Erickson. Elwayne Kuekl were among those Sunday dinner, December 2nd, at next morning. If someone stays request for an additional $1,8 over, there'll be those embarrassed million to the previously uuates and they were all Sunday afternoon Judy attending a Lintner Family the Red Rooster Cafe in Tracy. jokes in the morning and you may committed $4.5 million to t guests at the Alison Schumacher and Carmen were Christmas gathering at the Dovray Later the Petersons and Mrs. at me it following. Jay visitors of Alice Horkey. In the Manor. Overnight guests at the Benton visited Mrs. Florence have to serve them breakfast with complete the four-Inning of State ,n of Mankato was a eveningAnna Germer was a visitor Kuehl home were Mr. and Mrs.Hansen and Amie Zens at the Twin the family. Highway 60 from Windom to guest of Iris. Otherof Alice. James Marshall of James Beeck of New . Melvin Peterson of r and Mrs. Steven Anderson a week ago Saturday at the home of Larson was a Sunday and afternoon visitor of Mrs. Alvin of Eden Prairie was guest at the Jim Soil and Terry Tilsman of were saturday at the home of MerehanL Mrs. Wendell Ashley and David of SD and Nathan St. Peter and Mr. and Carlson were dinner Lee Carlson home on Bob Knudson, Mr. Genner, Mr. and hrlo Germer and Germer were at in Fulda Thursday elp celebrate the Bob, Arlo and Lowry Anderson guests at the at Pipestone. . . AN AUCTION? Farm. Budmnm Auction Service Reiaer Ferd Krenz Sleepy Eye Ph. 794.67.% Call us coilecL lied for all Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Nelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Talde, Janice Anderson of Springfield and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Nelsen of Plymouth attended a birthday party for Lois Grams at Hutchinson Friday evening. Tuesday Mrs. Art Kuehl accompanied Mrs. Vernon Jarmer, Brenda Anderson and Ashley to Sioux Falls where they visited Art at the Sioux Valley Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dunlap were Sunday afternoon visitors of Victoria NeLson. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eichner were Friday evening visitors at the Lloyd Eiclmer home. Dolores Rupp was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Lowry Anderson home. Hilda Pederson and Evelyn Jensen were Thursday afternoon coffee guests of Florence Anderson. Margaret Olsen visited Rose Gundermann and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gundermann Friday afternoon. Evalena Jarmer was a Friday visitor of Alice Horkey. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelsen accompanied Donna Nelsen to Sioux Falls Friday and Leslie visited Art Kuehl at Sioux Valley Hospital while Lu had a check-up. CARS & TRUCKS- & Service Weslbrook, MN. Dr. J. R. 1450 N. Hwy. 60 & 71, Windom, MN. EMERGENCIES M DLED Fred Lindall of North Mankato, Matt Knudson of Mankato and Ryan and Candi Anderson. Sunday forenoon Mrs. Art Ktw, hl accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vcmcll Kuehl to Sioux Falls where they visited Art at the Sioux Valley Hospital. Also they all visited Shiela Leonard who is a patient there. Other visitors of Art were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Christensen of New London and Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Speckmeier and son. The Speckmeiers also have a relative who is a patient there. Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Natterstad were visitors of Nora Natterstad Sunday afternoon at Windom. Ella Larson was a Friday evening visitor of Ethel Youngck. Sunday dinner guests at the Elwayne Kuehl home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindall. Bertie Horde and Ben Jans. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tigbe were also visitors. Mild . Bunting was a Sunday evening vmtor at the Lyle Legler home at Dundee to visit Harol Lidtke who is staying at the Legler home. Jordis Jans, Kay OlSon, Alma Kosel, Ruth Madson and Iris Marshall attended the ladies supper at the Mennonite Brethren Church at Mountain Lake. Mrs. Rose Wiens was a guest speaker on missionary work in Kenja, Africa. Mrs. Alvin Backstrom visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boeck on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. William Backstrom and daughters, Debra Rae and Patrieia Jean of Blue Earth, were Friday afternoon and Saturday guests at the home of Mrs. Alvin Backstrom. Ill Circle Apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hollingsworth returned to their home in Ouertail on Friday. Mrs. Ruth Anderson and Mrs. Eloise Busswitz of Westbrook were Saturday supper guests at the Mrs. Irene Giasshoff home at Windom. Helen Amundsen and Paula The solutions to these problems are interesting. Returning a friend's car the morning after with a family member at the wheel will cement a friendship and place him or her in debt to you for a similar favor should the need arise. Paying for a taxi or a ride even if it runs to twenty-five dollars with a tip, is not even one-tenth of the full cost Wilder in 1992-93 has been approved. Pecore stated that in the original Environmental Impact Statement this segment was to be constructed as an upgraded two-lane highway. The other two lanes would have been added later. In fact, the additional two lanes would not have been added for seven or more Paplow and Whitney of rural for the first-time drunk driving Dundee visited at the Bud Hanson offense, which can often hit $3,000 home and later they also visited Elizabeth Hook and Hilda Kirchner at the Christian Manor Nursing Home in Tracy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson were Slayton callers Monday afternoon. Later they visited at the Ted and Alice Knutson home. This week visitors at the Orlando Hanson home were Glen Dumas of Westbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Malone of near Anchorage, AK, Muriel Campbell, Ella Rice, Wallie Hager, Mr. and Mrs. Don Paplow, Chris and Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Amundsen, Mr. and Mrs. Rolf Hanson and family, and Kenneth Lien. Several local residents attended the Nobles Cooperative Electric Annual Meeting Saturday afternoon at the Colliseum in Worthington. Verua SeverSon of Westbrook, Sally Peterson, Jeanne Carter, Ludema Kassel joined several other guests to honor Kayla Mac VanDromme, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark VanDromme of Sioux City, IA at the Joyce and Junior Severson home Saturday afternoon. Cindy Ketzenberg of rural Windom, and Susan Schmidt of the Shakopee area were the hostesses. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove. Westbrook, MN- Wednesday, December 12, 1990 ZENITH TELEVISION AND RADIOS if you figure in lawyer's fees, court costs, increase in car insurance premiums, and hourly lime off the job to appear in court. And listening to embarrassed excuses Slayton Auction Barn Open for all classes of llvestoek. SALES EVERY THURSDAY Winter Hours: Hay & Straw 12:00 Livestock I:00 Licensed & Bonded for your protection. Phone 836-6244 years. As the Detail Design Department proceeded with the upgraded two-lane highway, it became apparent that' cost savings could be attained if the four lanes from Windom to Wilder were constructed at the same time. In addition to the construction cost savings, Pecore said that the construction could be accomplished without a detour. With this change in the construction program, the completion of the segment from Worthington to Windom will be completed two years ahead of that previously scheduled. "It should be noted that a project of this magnitude does not just happen, said Pecore. "The strong support of the area legislators, Highway 60 Association and members of the communities was a vital ingredient." Wes TV Sa Illll III IIlll Storden, MN. Call Wes at 445-3431 After hours call 445-3465 Red Rock Sportsman Club