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Cyst )OD COUNTY EXTENSION by Jim Christensen of the Corn-Soybean the discussion cyst nematode in our area. The cyst was first identified in in 1978 when soil were collected from a .~ounty. By 1979, had been found County. Since then has been spreading from east to west ers reporting the each year. Soybean cyst are small round worms long that penetrate on the soybean root. The chemical and mechanical subjecting them to other Cyst nematode plants have few if any to look for are, not much different of soybeans by phytophthora .or iron chlorosis. You may plants that look and have a light )r yellow color. The will usually show up in patches of various Often the end rows entrance will be the t'u-st see an infection of this groups of 1 to 3 sculptors and youth groups of 4 or more; Adult groups (age 16 and up) of 1 to 3 sculptors and adult groups of 4 or more; Mixed age groups of 1 to 3 sculptors and mixed age groups of 4 or more. Youth organizations, should not be grown more than community organizations, families, once every three or four years, churches, businesses, school Growing corn and small grains for classes, individuals; everyone is several years will lower welcome to enter the contest. populations. The cyst nematode Participation will be recognized must have a host crop, ~hich and prizes will be awarded in each includes some legumes and weeds of the 6 divisions. There will also other than soybeans, to flourish, be special recognition for such as Using resistant soybean varieties best portrayal of "Cabin Fever in the rotation is another way to Days", best representation of the control the cyst nematode, sculpting group's interest, most Resistant varieties act somewhat creative/unique, and more, as like a non-host crop in a rotation, recommended by the 3-member thus nematode populations should panel of judges. not increase during that season. While the majority of the The biggest disadvantage to using sculptures must be comprised of resistant varieties in a rotation snow, the use of other materials as would be that they do not yield as enhancement will be permitted. well in a portion of a field that is Sculptors will be judged on the not infected by nematodes. Also, basis of the creative use of snow. since much of the resistant Snow and water will be breeding is being done in southern provided, but groups need to bring states, the varieties tend to be late their own equipment including maturing for our maturity zone. By power washing tillage machinery before going from a cyst nematode infected field to a "clean" field, you can eliminate moving them around the farm by mechanical means. Also, nematicides are available and can be used as a soil pails to carry snow and water to their assigned area. A warm shelter and hot beverages will be available. The contest will conclude at 4:00 p.m. with a proclamation by Mayor Gus Knorr and the announcement of contest results. Planned and conducted by the application when planting Cottonwood County 4-H Leader's soybeans. However, the result of Council Executive Board, entries this practice has been erratic and many times will be cost Combat Zone prohibitive. are being taken at the Cottonwood County Extension Office, 831- 4022. Entry fees are $1.00 per sculptor and are due by Thursday, January 31, 1991. Adult Education for Diverse Populations "Adult Education for Diverse Populations" will be the topic of a 2 credit course offered by the University of Minnesota Department of Vocational and Technical Education on Friday, March 1 and 22 and Saturday, March 16, 1991, from 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. in LC 225, Southwest State University, Marshall. Cost of the course is $139.50. The course, taught by Dr. Linda Ernst, PhD in Education from the University of Minnesota, will provide adult educators with an understanding of the diversity of life experiences and values in adult populations. It will provide opportunities to develop skills in better meeting the needs of those populations:' Pre-registration deadline is February 8, 1991. Send name address, work/home phone with check for $139.50 made payable to the University of Minnesota and identified for HEED 5406 Adult Education for Diverse Populations to: Special Services, University of Minnesota, Room 210 VoTech Ed Bldg, 1954 Buford Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108. declaration SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, January 30, 1991 Westbrook resident honored by Pioneer WESTBROOK--Clarence Hass of Westbrook was honored recently by pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc for his 20 years of servcice as a sales representative for the company. Hass received the award from Tom Urban, Chief Executive Officer at Pioneer, in recognition of his tenure. The Extension Office has an Dear Editor: Dear FMitor: " elief As part of my effort to support To the Walnut Grove/ Since they are commonly updated cyst nematode resistant iers tax r soldiers in the Gulf, I would Westbrook Sentinel: tillage equipment fromsoybean varieties list, soil sampling and testing pr,o~ures, and a fact like to compile a list of people We, at Trinity Lutheran Church considerations for sheet entitl,ed The Soybean Cyst The designation of the Persian from injury or sickness suffered from this area who axe serving in in Walnut Grove, would like to the nematode next Nematode (AG-FO-3935) at a Gulf as a combat zone triggers a while serving in the combat zone. our country s military, thank you for another year of good Will start with farmers cost of $1.50. number of federal tax relief In the event a member of the The easiest way to put together service to our church and their fields closely for Upcoming Opportunities provisions for taxpayers serving in armed forces dies while serving in a comprehensive list is just to get community. Your accurate loins. Soil samples of any January 31 -- Adolescent Operation Desert Storm. the combat zone, no tax is due for information from citizens, since it's inclusion of our church services s areas can be tested at According to C.D. Switzer, the year of death or any prior year very hard to get a complete list and activities is a great help to our Pregnancy Prevention Committee, ~ity of Minnesota Plant Ron Mortenson, speaker, 3:30 to 5 director of the Internal Revenue in which the person served in the from either the state or federal church families and visitors in our -tmic Lab, but if plants p.m Extension Office; Cabin Service in Minnesota, members of combat zone. In addition, anygovernment of people from ourcommunity. the armed forces and support unpaid tax for years prior toarea who ,are in any branch of the Sincerely, out of the ground during Fever Days Snow Sculpture entries personnel in the Persian Gulfservice in the combat zone isservice. I m hoping to discover Doreen Osland eslrnerare visiblem nths'to thetheeyeCyStas dUeFebruary to Extensionl --Office'Private Pesticide assigned to Operation Desert forgiven, where our citizens are, what branch Church Council, Secretary ale protrudes from theApplicator Training, 8:30 a.m. Storm will not have to file their The combat zone designation is of the service they're in, and what root. Any suspect areas registration; 9 a.m. to 12 noon 1990 federal income tax returns effective January 17, 1991 and their job is. until at least 180 days after they covers Iraq Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, If you have a son, daughter, e marked so soil samples training, Windom Armory. nwood depart from the Persian Gulf. No Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, United sister, brother, cousin, neighbor, orADVERTISING & NEws een after harvest. February 2 --- Cotto .unlmrtant to get an egg County Pork Producers Banquet, penalty or interest will be charged Arab Emirates, Persian Gulf, Red significant other serving anywhere POLICY: a soil sample to find 6:30 p.m Windom Area High during this period on any tax due Sea, Gulf of Oman, certain parts of in the Armed Forces right now, I'd for 1990. the Arabian Seas, and the Gulf of really appreciate it if you would your infestation is. School Commons. 12re cyst nematode in February 3 -- Cabin Fever Days IRS also will suspend all tax Aden. call my office and let me know numbers, you may not Snow Sculpture Contest, 2:00-3:30 return examinations and actions to Mr. Switzer emphasized that about it. My office phone number collect any back taxes owed by taxpayers, including spouses and is 612-296-5505. If you don't want yield loss or plantp.m Courthouse, Windom ~s the growing seasonFebruary 4 -- Private l-'esticide these taxp.ayers for years prior to others acting on behalf of a to make a long-distance phone call, d dry. But if the eggApplicator Training, 8:30 a.m. -- 1990 until at least 180 days after taxpayer in the Operation Desert please drop me a quick note with are 200 to 1,000 registration, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 the taxpayer leaves the combat Storm combat zone, should call your information. My office . may be reduced up noon -- training; Cottonwoodzone. During this time, no penalty IRS toll-free at 1-800-TAX-1040 address is: Room 411, State Office ot what you would County Home Council meeting,or interest will be added to any tax (1-800-829-1040) for additional Building, St. Paul, MN 55155. :1~ :. 1:30 p.m Extension Office.due. itfformation on federal tax matters. The list will help me keep in Soil samples for cystFebruary 7 --- Winter Crops These relief provisions apply not If they receive correspondence touch with military families about only to armed forces and support about any collection or audit matter bills pending in the Legislature. ms is not really Day, Southwest Experiment personnel serving in the Operation ,covered by these relief provisions, One current proposal I m peci~lly if youStation, Lamberton. Desert Storm combat zone, but they should . contact IRS supporting will extend filing February 9 --- 4-H Public 'not t~.ating and Speaking/Communication Arts also to their spouses, said Mr. immediately so that the action may deadlines for state income taxes latiolk to build, be suspended. costs $8.00 andContest, 9:00 a.m Extension Switzer. and p.roperty tax relief programs. Military pay received by enlisted I'd hke to be able to personally eggs in the soil is Office; 4-H Junior Leader Lock In, sample. There are 7:30 p.m Cedar Mountain High races of cyst nematodes " School, Morgan. here and a race SnOW Sculpture test costs $50.00. You have determined the of the cyst nematode you can use several to deal with relation of this rotations are tmportant in helping populations below threshold. Our and soybean rotations :yst nematodes to muldply. Depending of the infestation, varieties of soybeans Contest kicks off Cabin Fever days An opportunity for artistic expression in a presently almndant medium, snow, will mark the beginning of Windom's Cabin Fever days. The Snow Sculpture Contest will be staged on Sunday, February 3, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. on the south lawn of the Courthouse Square. Ctae, n to everyone who wants to have some fun in the snow, the contest has 6 divisions: Youth Elsie had a baby buggy, Where four babies played, They fit in it so nicely then, Do you think they could today? personnel while serving in the combat zone is exempt from income tax. For commissioned officers, up to $500 a month can be excluded from income. The exclusion generally extends to periods of hospitalization resulting Westbrook Community Education notes MEN! Give your wife /significant other a break! Learn how to enhance your home life - - sign up for a new class for men only. STIR-FRY FOR MEN - Class at Someplace Else, February 26th. Registration deadline is February 19. Call 274-5450. Wednesday, January 30---7:00 - 9:00, Open Gym, K - 6 (small elementary gym) 7 - 12 (new gym). Thursday, January 31 ---6:30 - 7:30, Low Impact Aerobics, small gym. 6:30 - 8:00 - ECFE (4's, 5's), Kindergarten room. 7:00 - 9:00, Adult Basic Education, Computer room. Saturday, February 2--6:00, Mousetrap - Dinner Theater at SSU. Leave Storden Elementary at 4:15. Leave Westbrook H.S. parking lot at 4:30. Monday, February 4--7:30, Community Education Meeting, Board room. 6:30 - 8:00, ECFE (2's, 3's) Kindergarten room. 7:30 - 9:00, Pencil Drawing, Art room. Tuesday, February 5---6:30 - 7:30, Low Impact Aerobics, small gym. 7:00 - 9:00, Adult Basic Education, Computer room. 7:00 - 9:00, Hardanger, Community Ed room # 1. 7:30 - 9:30, Adult Volleyball, small gym. Wednesday, February 6--7:00 - 9:00, Open Gym, K - 6 (small Elementary gym) 7 - 12 (new gym). Thursday, February 7--6:30 - 7:30, Low Impact Aerobics, 6:30 - 8:00, ECFE (4's, 5's) Kindergarten room. 7:00 - 9:00, Adult Basic Education, Computer room. SMAHC awards $1,809 to four regional schools The Board of Directors of the Southwest Minnesota Arts and Humanities Council (SMAHC) voted to award a total of $1,809 to four regional schools as part of the McKnight/SMAHC Arts in Rural Education Grant Program. Among those receiving awards is Westbrook Walnut Grove - $500 for field trips to Orpheum Theatre for Chamber Theatre Productions from Boston's The -Ztli:XalLHt,if, hatnz L/, ]L~I.~, The Monkey's Paw. The &klaf&, and Jumping Frog of Calaveras .C QIIR~. The students will also attend the Mankato State University's High School Theatre Workshop. Happy 18th Birthday C. B. + Bar & Lounge + Send resume with income history, experience and references by Tuesday, Feb. 5. to: North Hwy. 60 Windom, MN 56101 E0E contact our friends, neighbors and family members in the military service so they're assured that they have the support at home they need. Allow me to close by saying I believe our main objective in this conflict should be to promote a lasting peace in the Middle East. Violence has been used as a solution to Middle East problems for centuries. Once the war is over, it is our obligation to help write peace treaties that will last for generations to come. Sincerely, Ted Winter State Representative District 28A The policy of the Sentinel Tribune in determining what is advertising and what is news is based on one simple test. If an individual, business, club or organization charges for admission to an event, for an item, service etc. it will be considered advertising. Advertising is the life-blood of a newspaper without it a newspaper would cease to exist. The money a paper receives for subscriptions and single copy paper sales, Osefff6 pay for the ink, paper, and postage used to )reduce and deliver the product. Due to the large increases in these and other costs, it only covers a small portion of the expense in producing and delivering your paper. Advertising to a newspaper is like crops and livestock to farmers, meat and produce to grocers, dresses, coats, and shoes to soft-line businesses, 3lows and tractors to an implement dealer. Without the sale of those items, the particular businesses would not be in business. SENTINEL TRIBUNE DE ETTE ANDEI SON HOME 2 bedroom rambler, (livingr.Oom, dining room, bathroom, utility room), attached single car garage, new shingles, new gas furnace, new gas water heater, carpeted throughout (some new), new paint Inside and outside. Priced in the teen's JEROME COHRS HOME 3 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen/dining area, living room with fireplace, family room with beautiful bow window - all on main level. Multi-level deck, new double garage. Unfinished basement. House In really top notch condition. Possible contract for deed. Owner reduced prlcaf BOX 97 STEVE SEVERSON .j~-----,~ WESTSROOK, MN 56183 AGENCY MANAGER (/~x~ 507 - 274- 962 or 507. 274-6666 i Happy Birthday Mary! REDWOOD COUNTY PICK-UP SCHEDULE OF RECYCLABLES for the month of February. BELVIEW, CLEMENTS, DELHI, WANDA Pick-up February 6 & 20 LUCAN, MILROY, SEAFORTH, VESTA Pick-up February 7 & 21 LAMBERTON Pick-up February 8 & 22 MORGAN & NORTH REDWOOD Pick-up February 4 & 18 REDWOOD FALLS Pick-up January 29, 30 & 31. February 1, 12, 13, 14, 15, 26, 27, & 28 REVERE & WALNUT GROVE Pick-up February 5 & 19 WABASSO Pick-up Jan. 28, February 11 & 25 I= r Pick-up information call Curry Sanitation at 644-2177, your city office or DAC Enterprises, Inc. OF PICK-UP DAY IN YOUR TOWN!