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j SENTINEL TRIBUNE MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO January 19, 1993 Richard Kaufenberg, Walnut Grove, has had one of his original poems pub- lished in the National Library of Poetry book, "Whispers in the Wind". The WWG Chargers are now 9 - t and 5 - 0 in the Conference after defeating RRC on Friday night in over- time. 52-45, and defeating Luverne 64 - 50 on Saturday. Rev. James Knutson announced he will return to South Africa in April for the election, which will end apartheid and the minority white rule in South Africa. Knutson had been in South Africa previously working to bring the Gospel to the peo- ple of South Africa. TWENTY YEARS AGO January 19, 1983 A total of 34,600 pounds of newsprint was collected over the past several months by the Walnut Grove Lions Club. The paper will be recy- cled, and the proceeds will go toward community projects, and other activities of the Club. Bill Alcorn, formerly of Walnut Grove, has moved to Nashville, TN, to pursue a song writing career. Dr. Wayne Hansen, Redwood County Extension Director, has been chose to work on a short term assign- ment in St. Lucia, Antiqua and Dominica. THIRTY YEARS AGO January 17, 1973 Terry and Todd Harrington, twin brothers, can both be seen on crutches these days. Terry broke his left leg playing football last fall, and Todd broke his right leg in a sledding accident during Christmas vacation. According to a new state law, Walnut Grove is now a City and not a Village. There are no new duties or privileges with the change. Adult education classes will begin Monday evening in Walnut Grove. Five cours- es are being offered, meeting on Mondays for 10 weeks. Friend of th Casey ones eTrail Association annual meeting The Friends of the Casey Jones Trail Association (FCJT) will hold its annual meeting in Slayton on Wednesday, January 21, 2004. The meeting will be in the Murray county Courts Building meeting room and report and a complete update on the activities of the organization. The association is a non- profit corporation organized to provide support for rea- sonable development, improvement, maintenance, protection and expansion of Community i, are interested in the devel- : opment of the Casey Jones * Trail are invited and encour- : aged to attend this meeting. The organization has : been functioning with a tern- ' porary Board of Directors , elected at an organizational , meeting held October 2, * 2002. The Board included , Mick Myers, Dave Kruger $ , and Jack Keers from , Pipestone County; A1 * Gertsema, Marcia Schreier  and Robert Klingle from : Murray County and Marlys * Verderwerf and Brian , Kletscher from Redwood '* County. At the annual meeting :' Wednesday evening, a -. twelve member Board of * Directors will be elected. " The Directors will serve ". three year terms on a stag- f gered basis. The Board, in turn, will elect the officers. Other business will include a membership and 'financial Kirk Nelson at Saddle Bronc riding school. Submitted photo Winter Break- Not Quite!! Nick Coulter, son of Dan and Lori Coulter of Lamberton. and Kirk Nelson. son of Gene and Bev Nelson of Sanborn, traveled to Dickinson State University, Dickinson, ND to participate in a three-day Saddle Bronc riding school. The school was put on by the university and instruction provided by Brad Gjermundson, four-time NFR Saddle Bronc riding champion. Nick and Kirk wanted to hone their skills in prepara- tion for the upcoming rodeo season, both are members of the MN High School Rodeo Association. Both boys rode a bunch of broncs. Nick and Kirk are hoping to win a position on the MN National Team which, in July, will travel to Gillette, WY for the National High School Finals. This past season, Nick and Kirk made the trip to Farmington. NM and Kirk ended up 10th in the world of high school rodeo in the Saddle Bronc competition. Nick and Kirk are sen- iors at RRC and on the RRC- WWG wrestling team. The first few days of practice when they got back were miserable. Riding saddle broncs is not for the weak of heart and the aches and pains, bumps and bruises. were a subtle reminder of the three days spent at Dickinson. On the light side. in aeronautical terms. Nick is seen lining up the runway in an unplanned emergency landing. Kirk is pulling "'G- Forces" as the horse kicks in the thrusters leaving the chute. Wednesday, January 21 2004 Murray County a-H Calendar January 22 -- 4-H Livestock Committee, 7:00 p.m.. Courts Building. Slayton January 24 -- 4-H Parents Breakfast, 8:30 a.m., Country Host. Slayton January 26 -- 4-H Federation meeting, 7:30 p.m.. Courts Building, Slayton February 3 -- Registration deadline for 4-H Regional Da3: Fundraiser kick off at the 4-H Federation WA G N Teri Herder Derek visitor at the home Saturda Dorothy Kathy Rykhus, Brad Rykhus Hogan for din r in Marshall. Alan a d Grunden, supper and Grunden Sunday t Sarah Brandon, Jacobs, were noon callers at and Elaine KnotJ Bertha returned home afternoon after week at the dence in Meeting TheMurray C00unty4H Senior Federation will meet on Monday, January 26 at 7:30 Nutrition p.m. at the Courts Building meeting room. Slayton. Explanation of the annual 4-H fundraiser will be given as well as distribution of fundraising forms. Other agenda items include infor- mation on the 4-H Communication Arts Contest, 4-H Share the Fun and 4-H Regional Day (for- merly District Retreat). The Dovray Headlights will host this meeting. All 4-H families are encouraged to attend Monday night's meeting. Private Pesticide Applicator wi]l begin at 7:30 P.M. the CaseyJonesTrail, a part Trai ing Workshops Members of the association of the MN State Trail n and an3, other citizens who System. ii Large selection of fabrics I&M Upholstery Farmers that use restricted use pesticides on land they own or operate are required to be certified as Private Pesticide Applicators. Certification lasts for 3 years and cost is $45.00. Farmers with Private Pesticide Applicator Training certification expir- ing will receive a notice in the mail from the MN Department of Agriculture. In 2004 the University of Minnesota and MN Department of Agriculture are offering on-line testing in addition to the traditional test booklets and answer sheets purchased through county extension offices. - Three options are available to farmers seeking certifica- tion for the first time or recertification. Attend a PPAT workshop delivered by extension personnel in your community and learn about pesticide management and safety in a classroom setting and then complete the open book test on paper or on-line at home. Visit any of the University of Minnesota County Extension offices Phone 859-2634 4 miles E. - 1 1/2 miles N. from Walnut Grove, MN. Rt. 1 Box 18 Revere, MN 56166 Program Locations: February 2 1:00 P.M. Brown County Extension Office Meeting ]a)om, Sleepy Eye February 3 1:00 P.M. Watonwan County Library meeting Room, St. James February 4 9:30 A.M. Courthouse Farmer's Room, Worthington February 5 9:30 A.M. Courts Meeting Room, Slayton February 5 1:00 P.M. Windom Law Enforcement Center. Windom February 17 9:30 A.M. Public Health Nursing Building, Redwood Falls For more information contact Wayne Schoper, Technical Advisor, Agriculture Production at 507-794-7993. Although the Casey Jones Trail was the first leg- islatively authorized State Trail under new legislation in 1967, three decades have passed with little or no development or attention. Then, five years ago a group of citizens from Murray, Pipestone and Redwood Counties came together to work for development and extension of the Casey Jones Trail. The original designa- tion was for a trail from Lake Shetek State Park to Pipestone, and the group was able to get legislation to extend the trail to the north- west to Walnut Grove and to the south to Split Rock Creek State Park. In the summer of 2002, the group incorporated. Since that time, the FCJT has taken steps towards the preparation of the master plan, produced some new promotional material and are preparing to go back to the legislature for funding this year. The master plan must be completed and approved by the Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources before and actual development dollars may be spent on the trail. Public input meetings were held on November 5 in Pipestone and Lake Wilson and on December 2 in Currie. Land Rental Auction I have dedded to cut bad( in my fam opemlk theretore, I will oiler the following parc o( land for rm'tt at tim Atoman Logion Hal, I06 Ist Avenue East, [am, MN Tuesday, February 3, 2004 - 10:30 a.m. Desutm: Noh, Oua (NW 1/4); Secn Tmn 03); Township One Hundred Nine, North (109N), Norlh Hero Tmmship, Range "ir w (R3sw); Redwood County, State o Mno=, onm 151.3 titlable acres, more 0r less. CER68.3 FSAlelenmltion:ComBase75.1CCTrsctY'Bid114;, 75.2 CC Tract Y137; Whe 0.1 CC Tract YMd 37; 151.3  Acm Terms: 20% down the day o auction and the balance due March 1, 2004, also $15.00/acm x 151.3 on Match 1, 2004, k) lJhoe. Tim ownm" wiU not aBow I to t raimcl on the lazm, tim fmlJlizer must be main- mind. There vs no kr aped m e fL/he owner tm e dght to miect ag or any bids. The farm has some patimm Bing done in t996, 9'mre is a tG.,kch ouget. Owrmr wdl maintain g'm road ditche Rx trg maps and FSA informalkm, cordact Rich Reirmr, 507-723-5233. and purchase a PPAT manu- al and test packet and com- plete at home. The third option is to take the test on- line with the use of the PPAT manual, which is available in book version on-line. The benefit of on-line testing is same day notice of test results and is priced the same as the mail-in version. The on-line address for PPAT testing is httn://www.pat.umn.edu. You will need to have access to a computer with internet and a credit card to test online. The PPAT training manual can be printed or viewed from this website. The 18th editions of the PPAT manual should be used to take the test. Manuals previous to the 18th edition should be dis- carded. PPAT workshops will be offered in several Southwest communities in 2004. If you have any questions about the workshops contact: Wayne Schoper, 507-794- 7993, or Jim Nesseth, 507- 662-5293. Private Pesticide Applicator Training 2 Weeks Special on Direct T.V. Satellite A single unit installed $19.95 A dual unit installed $29.95 J & J Satellites Sanborn, MN 56083 507-648-3821 Perry Kronback00 owner Jan. 26 - 30, WALNUT Senior serving at the Center at 11:30 operating day. Monday - toes, broccoli. Tuesday chicken, green beans, Wednesday sausage, potato beans, brownie Thursday - sary dinner mashed bean casserole, Friday - ff beef strogano , : rots, lettuce, fruit. We have Ho lae] Meals five daYS the hc meals and take are available For JoAnn Bertsch, (home) or (, Senior Inc., is funded ha the Older under contract Southwest AgencY Buy, Reat in the ads Ph. 1-800-410" Beginning February WALNUT GROVE will be Judi Anderson, C-NP AFTE 2-5 Judi Certified available to patientS those For Appointments 859-2157 or 62! Walnut Clinic 400 7th St., Walnut Grove, MN "Dedicated to the work