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performance of a play; an exhibition of original work by a group of visual artists; the creation and performance of an original play, piece of music, or choreography. Funds are also available for organizational development purposes. An organizational development project could secure up to $4,000 in assistance to develop resources needed to SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, February 6, 1991 e II IIIII Love, Jonna P' tnplete Vision Care - Eye Examination Designer Frames Complete Contact Lens Service - q airs & Replacements Located in the , Westbrook Clinic. P-all for appointment 274-6,145 Available Happy Birthday Macho Warrior Rep. Wenzel noted that the will be saved by closing the Waseca campus has more than Waseca facility. "The University's 1,000 students, employs more than projected budget savings will be 200 faculty and staff, has a budget illusory, and they will be more than of more than nine million dollars, offset by the damage that would be and generates tens of millions, of done to the Waseca-area dollars in economic activity. In economy," he stated. addition," said Wenzel, "Waseca is While a final decision is not the only campus in the entire University of Minnesota system to offer a program in veterinary technology. Waseca's unique horticulture programming has extensive outdoor learning opportunities, and the Library's agriculture collection is unmatched." The veteran farm legislator also stated that "Waseca has a tremendous diversity of course offerings, taught by an experienced faculty." Wenzel also questioned each of the reasons that President Hasselmo has offered for closing the Waseca campus While Hasselmo has complained of Waseca's per-student expenditures, Wenzel noted that "this is simply the nature of technical education, which requires small classes and substantial laboratory equipment. It's not the same as a professor in Minneapolis lecturing to a class of hundreds." President Hasselmo has also argued that student enrollment at ,Westbrook Clinic 732 6th Street Westbrook, MN 56183 Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. expected from the University of Minnesota Board of Regents until March, Wenzel indicated that the House Agriculture Committee will soon conduct public hearings on legislation to prevent the closing of the W~ campus. Wenzel concluded that "in a time of economic recession and increasing unemployment, it is ironic that the University of Minnesota proposes to close a school whose graduates are in great " " e demand. Putting ~t bluntly, th House farm panel chair said, "Hasselmo's decision to close Waseca is an insult to rural Minnesota, and to Minnesota's national reputation in agricultural education. It threatens the future of agriculture in Minnesota--the state's No. 1 industry. March 1st deadline for Arts assistance grants Applications for assistance through the Sponsor/Production Assistance Grant Program of the Southwest Minnesota Arts and Humanities Council (SMAHC) ate, due March 1, 1991, for project starting after May 31, 1991. Production grants of up to $4,000 are available for organizations creating, performing, or exhibiting art. A few examples of production projects are: a publication by a consortium of writers; production and 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday For appointments call 274-6145 (after hours 274-6121 ) Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. Dr. M.M. Keithahn M.D. FOR RENT One bedroom apartments. Most utilities paid. Meals available daily. Senior citizens, handicapped and disabled eligible. lOt/At HOUlfNG OPPOIIIUNIIY Valley View Apartments Lamberton, Mn. 507-752-7303 507-752-7470 development of lupin as an alternative crop. The symposium will conclude in the afternoon with a meeting of the North American Lupin Association. Registration fee for the symposium is $100 ($125 after March 15), and $75 for each additional family member. For more information, contact Judy Suncold, Educational Development System, 405 Coffey Hall, University of Minnesota, 1420 Eckles Ave St. Paul, MN 55108 (phone 800/367-5363 or 612/625- 2722). II Happy Birthday Love, Laurie & Benjamin Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances On Display at Sales & Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6166 Safety courses taught WALNUT GROVE--Students in Walnut Grove Elementary School, grades K through 4 received safety Instructions from Redwood County Deputy Sheriff, Rick Wakefield, and Walnut Grove Police Chief, Rusty Miller, recently. The students were awarded with Safety Badges at the conclusion of the Instruction periods. Wakefield (left) and Miller (right) are pictured with students from the Walnut Grove Fourth Grade. Submitted photo. For Your III I Long Stem Sweetheart Rose $3.00 each Fresh Carnations (Assorted colors) $1.50 each i II Westbrook, 1101. retirement Janet. ST Photo. with lupins in various sections of Cohrs 0 0-2 02 8, Red Rock Conf. Tourney at the United States and Canada. Halstenson 1 0-0 StordenAVB. GB, 7 & 8, Red Rock agriculture chairman Waseca has declined. However, In the afternoon of the first day, Weis 1 0-0 i Conf. Tourney at Jeffers/WB. Rep. Wenzel stated that ~e recent, 14 university and governmental Eichner 5 6-12 1 Monday, February 11--6:30, U of M Waseca closing slight decline in Wasecas student researchers will talk about lupin Kjorness 3 1-2 Parent s Night, GB, Jackson at enrollment is far less than the agronomy, production and genetic Grams - 1-2 WB. C a'rman of the n. Waseca must be kept open" h a H se - average national decline of forty improvement and about insect, Jenson 2 1-2 ~ Tuesday, February 12-- 5:30, r " n The House Agriculture 6 tre C~mmatce, Re Steve ~ . five percent in agricultural disease and weed pests of lupins Vosberg 3 0-1 BB at Comfrey (A,B,9th), changed Li "" Committee Chairman expressea Baker 1 0-0 from original schedule. 5:00, WR, ttle Falls, today sharply . colleges. In addition, Wb azel notedand their control. th concern that the Umverslty was that enrollment at Waseca codd be The morning of the-soeond day Mattison 1 0-1 2 Dist. TTeam, atWestbrook. -~Y : '~:,~' ~'~ abandoning its original land-grant increased, by program will be devoted to presentations Thursday, February 14---6:30, UI ~IilV~,/~IL~" UI " " N~ " -* ~.!* Nils Hasselmo mmsmn. 1i me waseca campus ~s restructuring, more intensive and about lupin utilization, including WWG over GB, HLOL at WB. 4:30, BB (7 & the University of closed," said Wenzel, "the targeted marketing endeavors, feeding lupins to animals. Thiswill SV/RL/B 52 - 43 8)BOMLatWG. Waseca Technical University would be moving away enhanced access for non-traditional be followed by a panel which will Friday, February 15---5:30, 1-22-91 from its commitment to students, improved retention, and give grower, industry and research Parent's Night, BB (A,B,9th) Fulda agricultural education and tocollaboration with other perspectives on priorities for the Michelle Eichner and Amy Vanat WB. DeWiele were a one-two punch Saturday, February 16--WR, Greater Minnesota. Closing the institutions, against SV/RL/B on Tuesday in Dist. 7 Individual, at Windom. Waseca campus would Wenzel also questioned Round Lake. A physical game, the substantially reduce educational University president Nils access for rural Minnesotans." Hasselmo's claim that $6 million Mischke honored at retirement party -- Last Friday afternoon the postal employees held an Open House for Janet on the occasion of her retirement from the post office. Janet served as a clerk for Janet, far right, served cookies, coffee and juice as she greeted her friends. :e. "President Hasselmo with virtually no one he submitted this proposal. The Waseca Serves vital educational and is critical to the well-being of agriculture said Wenzel. "The Wenzel said, "is that SMAHC 18-county region of easy basket". The Chargers record southwest Minnesota. Funds are not available for purchase of equipment, capital investments, or overhead expenses. For application forms and guidelines, contact SMAHC at P.O. Box 1193, Marshall, MN 56258 or by calling (507) 537-1471 or toll-free 1-800- 622-5284. March symposium will consider prospects for lupins A symposium on March 21-22 will give farmers, researchers, instructors, extension and agribusiness personnel and others an opportunity to share research results and information on all aspects of lupins, from production to marketing and utilization. The symposium, titled "Prospects for Lupins in North America," will be at the Ramada Hotel, Interstate-94 and White Bear Avenue, St. Paul, MN. Tomasz Czerwinski of Poland's Wiatrowo Plant Breeding Station will present the keynote address on the morning of the first day of the symposium. He will be followed is now 12 - 5 and they will host BOML at Westbrook on Thursday night FG FT PTS Kjorness 8-14 4-4 21 Kronback 6-16 1-1 14 Lindaman 3-7 1-2 7 Steen 8-11 2-6 18 Horkey 0-3 1-3 1 Rupp 1-2 -- 2 C. Kjorness 1-1 -- 3 WWG Comfrey 14- 14- 19- 19- 66 12 - 19 - 20 - 17 - 68 WWG 49 Comfrey 20 WWG dominated Comfrey in Comfrey last Thursday for their 1 lth win against 4 losses. Leading the team in scoring and having a good night on the boards was Michelle Eichner, with 16 counters. Also scoring effectively were Carla Kjorness with 7, and Amy VanDeWiele and Julic Vosberg with 6 each. FG FT-AT PTS WWG lose to SJ 41-52 1-24-91 WWG couldn't hold on against SJ in Westbrook last Thursday after leading through the first half. Leading the scoring attack were Michelle Eichner and Julie Vosberg. FG FT-AT Total Cohrs 0 0-0 0 Halstenson 0 1-2 1 Weis 2 0-0 4 Eichner 4 4-7 12 Kjomess 2 2-2 6 Grams 1 0-0 2 Jenson 2 0-0 4 Vosberg 4 0-0 8 Baker 0 0-2 0 Mauison 0 1-2 1 WWG Athletic calendar Thursday, February 7---6:30, WR at Jackson. 6:30, GB BOML at WB. 4:15, GB (7 & 8) T/M at WG. 4:30, BB (7 & 8) at Fulda Elementary. Friday, February 8---5:15, BB, (A,B,9th) SJ at Storden. by presentations about experiences Saturday, February 9---BB, 7 & i support arts-producing activities. The grant category may also fund the engagement of guest artist to complement an arts production / J ~.~ ~, project. ~" Comfrey quarter, 10-8 deficit with tough full Sponsorship grants of up to 68 . Chargers bounced back from a first ~ ~ ~ f $2,000 are available for organizations which host arts WWG 66 court defense that kept a powerful m ~ WWG lost a close game to the SV/RL/B offense from making a activities by contracting for the L,~ ~ ~ services of another organization. A 11 -5 Comfrey Rockets last second half run. few examples of sponsorship Thursday. Comfrey led by three at FG FT-AT Total I ] ~ ~i pr jects are: a perf rming' visual' halftime" The Chargers regained C hrsHalstenson 2 1 0- 2-21 6 2 .~ or literary artist residency in a the lead in the second half, but the Weis 1 0-0 2 ~I ~ ~[ ~ ~ school, which includes community Rockets hit 7 of their last eight free Eichner 5 5-8 15 ~. ~ i,~vz~ involvement; performance by throws to earn their victory. Heidi Van DeWiele 6 2-5 14 touring artists or troupes; Steen had a strong game with 18 Kjomess 4 1-4 9 Scout Cookie Time assembled~exhibitions on tour;, film points and 12 rebounds. Stephanie and video screenings; Kjorness led the team in scoring Grams 0 0-0 0 lOOK -- Friday afternoon girls from the Westbrook Girl Scouts were busy selling lecture/demonstrations, readingsby with 21 points. Coach Theisen Vosberg 0 1-2 1 in the Southwest State bank lobby. Above Tracy Kashmarek, JaDee Goehring, authors. The focus is on contracted commented, "We won't win very Baker 0 1-3 1 Hanson assisted Brenda Seeger with her selection. Joann Hanson, Scout Leader services, many games when we commit 23 Mattison 0 0-0 0 ST Photo. Applicants must be within the turnovers and give up so many Jenson 0 2-2 2