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!! .ances TEN YEARS AGO February 19, 1981 Two early morning thieves broke into the home of Mrs. Otto Tostengard in Dovray about 4 a.m. on February 10. They quickly hustled Mrs. Tostengard into the bathroom and locked the door while they proceeded to collect silver trays and items of value Mrs. Tostengard was frightened but not injured. The robbers were foiled by a neighbor of Mrs. Tostengard who happened to be awake and wrote down the license number of a car parked outside. One of the young men is under arrest and the other is expected to be under arrest soon. It was time to put away the sled again and get our warm weather "wheels" Monday. But nobody seemed to mind as the snow disappeared into puddles and the brown dormant grass appeared once more in the area. Temps. rose to the 60's making life once again enjoyable for everyone. Heather Schofield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schofield of Westbrook, has been selected to spend some time as a House Page. Bowlers earned over $500 for the Cottonwood County Association of Retarded Citizens in Past week visitors of Beulah Phipps were Irene and Floyd Schadt, Elsie Cole, Joan Jorgenson, Beulah Stuwe, Ethel Schmalz, Elaine Ressler and Janice Mischke. LivestoCk Clara Kashmarek was a visitor the Central Co. oiot. at the Lawrence Kuemper home in Paul, will be in Italy this weekend to welcome an air shipment of Charolais - cross bulls from Minneapolis. Patricia Villa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Villa, was named as Girl Stater, to attend Girls State this summer. Lynn Erickson, datlghter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Erickson, was named alternate. Larry Peterson represented' Westbrook FFA at the regional Creed Speaking Contest at Jeffers Wednesday and he ranked 4th out of 24 regional speakers. One of the first warm days in quite some time turned up last Monday, and for the first few hours of the morning all of the trees took on a "flocked" look. THIRTY YEARS AGO February 16, 1961 Ted Pederson has been selected winner of the 1960 Estherville Co- op Creamery Award in Cottonwood County. Ted, a Westbrook high school senior and son of Mr. and Mrs. Steffen Pederson, was selected from the Westbrook Willing Workers 4-H Club as outstanding dairyman by the County Extension office. Heron Lake Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bigbee of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ehleringer of Tracy, Alberta Kleven and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Erickson were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Olga Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Horkey and Pam were Saturday afternoon visitors of Alice Horkey. Edna Albrecht and Carol Richter of New Ulm and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Albrecht of Sanborn were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Anna Germer. Callers this past week at the Leslie Nelsen home were Elizabeth Johnson and Alex of Storden, Carl Karsten and Marlowe Nelsen. Wednesday Kee Kee Nelson was a dinner guest at the Lawrence Fogel home along with Mrs. Agnes Cohrs for lutefisk. Janice Wiggens was a Wednesday afternoon visitor at the Donald Boeck home. Bud and Fay Kuehl were Wednesday forenoon visitors at the Art Kuehl home. a Bowl-A-Thon held recently at Diggers Bowling Shelly Byers Archie E. Johnson chief builder, Alice Horkey was a visitor of was first place and Todd Timgren U.S.N son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Evalena Jarmer Friday afti rnoon. was second/Tracy Uhlenhopp was Johnson of Westbrook, is Anna Gertner was among the chairman for the event participating in Operation Deep visitors of Mrs. Naomi Grunewald Freeze 1961 at the Naval Airat Jeffers Thursday afternoon to TWENTY Facility, McMurdo Sound, help Naomi observe her birthday. Antarctica. The Neighborly Club was YEARS AGO S248 average price per acre for entertained Friday afternoon at the February 18, 1971 area land. Minnesota farm land home of Mrs. Leslie Nelsen and Francis Anderson, former prices in 1960 showed their first Florence Hughes was a guest. In Westbrookresident and now with decline in six years, the evening the Nelsens were visitors at the Carl Olson home along with Evelyn Yahnke. Marlys Youngck of Winona spent last weekend, from Friday until Monday, with Ethel Youngck. , Elaine Fischer of Tracy was a A Prayer Service for Peace was held Sunday at 4 p.m. at Old Westbrook Lutheran Church. Monday Voyne Bunting and Mildred Bunting attended the funerai,o,f Raymond Bunting at the First Lutheran Church at Alexandria. Senior Home News Since I did not get my news in last week I will combine it with this week's article. The weekend activities included a Bible study with Kay Refsal Saturday morning. Bernie Bashans offered a music program in the afternoon. The weekly worship services were conducted by Pastor John Hopper of Trinity Lutheran and Pastor Richard Cornish of the Storden Baptist Church, respectively. Volunteers assisting with various activities during the week were as follows: Carolyn Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Menk of one to one and manicures North Mankato and 2[enna and Ross Wednesday morning; Millie Hass, Grace Jensen, Betty Knudson Melby of Minnetonka were Saturday visitors at the Sy Menk home. Thursday visitor at the Art Kuehl Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond Erickson was a home. Rausenberger and Mabel Mischke Friday afternoon coffee guest at the of Walnut Grove were Sunday Grover Busk home. Burdett and Thursday evening Hugo and evening visitors of Edna Florence Larson of Storden were Edgar Eichner and Helen Rupp Miranowski. Mabel had recently also afternoon callers, were visitors at the Lloyd Eichner returned home from California Norma Ackerman was a visitorhome after visiting their sister there, at the Milford E. Anderson home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Sy Menk Friday Mr. and Mrs. Bud Friday evening, were visitors of Martha Stern at Horkey were dinner guests at the Alice Horkey was a Sunday Valleyview Manor Nursing Home. Floyd Nichols home in Windom. guest of Evalena Jarnmr along with Bob and Grace Jensen were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mr. and Mrs. Earl Duncan of Thursday afternoon visitors of Comnick, Alison Cohrs of Windom, Augusta Jarmer of Heron Alice Horkey and in the evening Mankato, James Marshall of Sioux Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jarmer of Alice attended the girl's basketball Falls and James Boeck of New Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. Francis game. Ulm were visitors of Iris Marshall. Knott and Herman Jarmer of Irene Tyler, William Nelson, Kay Lemcke and Virginia Dundee, Molly Magnus of Mildred Bunting, Clara Kashmarek Schneider visited Gloria Westbrook and Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Eichner Kansenback and Rhonda Horton at Jarmer and twins. They helped were Sunday evening visitors at the East Grand Forks the weekend of Evalena observe her birthday. Leslie Nelsen home. February 9 and 10. Friday William Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sennes of Tom and Junette Merchant Irene Tyler drove their cousin, Carl Onalaska, WI were Saturday attended the funeral of Edwin Nielson of Fdda, and his.daughter, visitors of Ethel Youngck. Engler in Marshall Monday Aria Hoehnc of Lamberton, to the Nick Kuehl visited fiis afternoon. Sioux Falls Airport. They also grandfather, Art Kuehl, Friday by Jim Christensen Herbicide resistant weeds The potential for the development of herbicide resistant weeds is a worry for many farmers and agronomists. Resistance to antibiotics, insecticides and fungicides is not new, however, the development of herbicide resistant weeds is a fairly recent concern. Herbicide resistant weeds were first identified more than 30 years ago. One of the fLrst identifications of a herbicide resistant weed was in Belgium in the 1950's when 2,4- D resistant dandelions were identified. In the 1980's atrazine resistant lambsquarter was identified in five Minnesota counties. In all cases where atrazine resistant weeds were identified, there has been continuous use of the same herbicide, or a herbicide with the same mode of action. In addition, the resistance was found where there was not a crop rotation or 'rotation of herbicides used. In some cases atrazine had been applied for up to ten years in a row. This repeated use of the same herbicide caused a shift in the weed spectrum in these fields, and favored the development of the Stanley and Ruth.'< Madson returned Sunday night from a trip to Greenville, SC. There they visited Bruce and S liaron Higgs, Timothy and Aaron, Rick and Joyce Parsons and Amanda Joy and David and Shelly Madson. On their way home, they spent the weekend with Doug and JoAnn Nelson of Lincoln, NE. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Roman Johnson of Windom were visitors of Irene Tyler. Irene accompanied them to Slayton. James and Heidi Bishop and family and Brandon Crowell of Des Moines were weekend guests visited Art Flor at McKennan. Evelyn Jensen and Florence Anderson visited Hattie Horkey, Luella Eng and other residents at Sogge Memorial Home in Windom Tuesday. Past week callers of Clara Kashmarek were Alice Horkey, William Nelson, Irene Tyler and ,Adelin Burns. Thursday afternoon Dorothy Morton and Donna Eriekson were coffee gue.ats of Olga Eriekson. Clarence Hass, Harris Linmer, Mrs. Art Flor, Mrs. Milford E. Anderson visited Art Flor, Bill Bloch and Hilma Schmalz at McKennan Hospital Wednesday. Alice Horkey spent Sunday of Evelyn Jensen. evening at the Richard Horkey Margaret Olsem was a visitor of home. Helen Rupp Sunday afternoon.Clara Rasche of Windom and Clara Kashmarek was a visitor at the Darlene Michelau home in Windom and together they attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson at the Norwegian Lutheran Church Sunday aftemoon. LaVonne Hanson, Alberta Kleven and Alice Sell were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Olga Erickson. Lydia Mentjes of Garvin were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Lloyd Nelsen home. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gundern ann and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Koppemd were visitors. Tuesday evening callers at the Art Kuehl home were Brad and Brenda Anderson coming especially to get Andy and Ashley who had spent the evening with their great grandparents. I / The Municipal Light & Power Plant is looking for people age 16 and older to serve as advisers in selecting Channel Programming for the ' Westbrook Cable T.V. System. SEND FORM TO: Municipal Light & Power P. O: Box 296, Westbrook, MN. 56183 ||m|||||lmn||l|||l|l|ll|||| NAME: ADDRESS: I would like to serve on this committee because: afternoon and Doug Kuehl was = herbicide resistant weeds. Normal also a caller of Art in the afternoon. Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kopperud were callers at the Martha Osland home. Mr. and Mrs. Huldrich Nibbe, Edna Miranowski and Eloise Busswitz were Tuesday evening visitors at the Paul Rausenberger home to help the Rausenbergers observe their anniversary. Last Saturday Leah Tammeus of Hutchinson wag a visitor of Mildred Bunting. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Horkey and Evelyn Jensen were supper guests at the David Johnson home at Butterfield Sunday. Tuesday Alice Horkey, Clara Kashmarek and Mildred Bunting attended the appreciation supper in Dovray and later attended the Game Night at the Senior Center. Visitors of Ethel Youngck this past week were Marjorie Rupp, Clara Kashmarek, Alice Lindstrom and Shirley Jans. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuehl were dinner guests at the Merle Hamilton home to help their daughter, Judy Hoffman, celebrate her birthday. Others for dinner were her husband, Jim and daughters, Jennifer and Janell, Bill and Elaine Fischer and Jenna of Tracy, Jayne and Dwaine Dinse of Owatonna, Marlin Hamilton of Fairmont, Steve and Jeff Hamilton and Harlan and Marilyn Fisk. crop rotation would avoid or delay the buildup of atrazine resistant weeds. Of greater concern is the resistance to two families of herbicides which have been in use for less than ten years. The speed of resistance development and the fact that herbicides in these families are labeled for corn, soybeans or small grain is of major concern for southern Minnesota farmers. The two families of herbicides are the sulfonylureas which include the products Classic, Pinnacle, Harmony, Express, Harmony Extra, Glean, Ally, Accent and Beacon, and the imidazolinones which include the products Sceptor and Pursuit. The weeds Kochia, Russian thistle and prickly lettuce have developed resistance to the sulfonylurea herbicides. These resistant weeds now occur in eight locations in five states. These three weed species also have cross tolerance to some of the imidazolinone herbicides. This is to be e.xpected since the herbicides have similar modes of action. There has been some concern regarding two new post-emergence herbicides in corn (Accent and Beacon) and soybeans (Pursuit). As long as these herbicides are not the only two herbicides used in a corn/soybean rotation there shodd be no problem in weeds becoming For your towing needs, - We have the latest in Modern TOghnoloovl C & L Auto SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, February King Otto Oiom and Queen Agnes Schneider. Photo. Marcella Boeck, Marityn Carey and Anna Gertner, Thursday evening bingo; Norma Ackerman, Fay Kuehl, Elffie Kopperud, Bonnie Fogel, Vir]ginia Schneider and Gerry Anderson, Friday hair- setting; Kay Olson and Roger and Marian Kopperud, weekly Bible study Hospitalized at this time are Hilma Schmalz, McKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls and Herbert Rachuy, Schmidt Memorial. resistant. Therefore, some soil applied pre-emergence or preplant herbicides should be considered when Accent, Beacon and Pursuit are used. If you suspect that a field may have a problem with herbicide resistant weeds contact your County Extension Service. Some questions to ask to help in that determination include: 1) Has the same herbicide or a herbicide with the same mode of action been used on the field for several seasons? 2) Has past performance of the herbicide been good? 3) Is herbicide performance poor on just one of two weed species, but good on others? and 4) Have other reasons for poor herbicide performance been eliminated? Some guidelines to help avoid the buildup of herbicide resistant weeds include crop rotation. Besides the many other beneficial effects of crop rotation, it will help delay the buildup of resistant weeds. Use integrated weed control practices. Integrate the best combiaations ,of cultural, mechanical and chemical weed controI~methods. In oiher words, don't rely solely on herbicides to control weeds. Rotate herbicides used. Do not use the same herbicides or herbicides with similar modes of action repeatedly. Cultivating, rotary hoe practices plus using additional herbicides that are not in the same family or mode of action will reduce the potential for herbicide "resistant weeds. A bulletin explaining modes of action of the common herbicides is available at the Extension Office, ask for AG-FO-3832. An Ash Wednesday service was conducted morning with Pastor Chapman officiating. Nelson assisted with the Hannah Circle members Grace Lutheran Church program Wednesday assisted with the lunch. A Valentine party Thursday afternoon. Conrad of Jeffers residents with his music. Chosen as our King and Queen were Otto and Agnes Schneider. from the S.O.S. group the luncheon. Bernice Activit Upcoming opportunities February 21 -- County Crop Impro Association Board a.m.; Membership a.m Extension Office, Foster Lesson, "When Dgctor" by Sandie Jackson County Extension 7:30 p.m February 23 Re Bowl, 8:30 a.m February 25 -- 4-H Shooting Sports Training, 7:00 p.m Hall, Storden; 4-H Council Executive p.m Extension Getters 4-H Club p.m Elaine speaks. February 26 -- County D.H.I.A.-O.S. meeting and Banquet, Jef[ers Legion. Pro presented include Fact or Fiction by Janet D.H.I.A. Dairy Expert-- program-a management Cottonwood County Gardeners, 7:30 p.m Office; Government Meeting, 10:00 a.m. tO Storden Civic Center. February 28 -- Study Group Leader "Every Breath We Billeye Rabbe, Martin Extension Agent, 1:3C Bethany Lutheran Church, and 7:30 p.m Extension COTTONWOOD COI/NTY available to you FREE OF CHARGE Plum Creek Library System Bookmobile Schedule Winter/Spring Tuesday, March 12, 26, April 9, 23, May 7, 21 Ann Township - Old Westbrook Lutheran I0:00 to 10:30 Thursday, March 14, 28 April II, 25 May 9, Jeffers - I0:45- 11:45 Storden - 12:00- I.'~ ! Friday, March I. 15, 29 April 12, 26 May I0, Bingham Lake - Post Office - 9:.30 - 10:00 Selma Township - Hoek's Agri Bus. CR 30 - Delft - Post Office - 11:15 - 11:45 Springfield Township Hall CR 15 - 1:30 - 2:00 Dundee - 2:15 - 2:45 In addition to books, magazines, cassettes and records, check out large print schedule use of foreign language materials, 18 films, pqppets, filmstrips, video cassettes - request books and magazine articles on Ioan. Use your Cottonwood County check out materials from area libraries, units, and with few exceptions - any library State| -. At your convenience, you may re materials to the bookmobile or at any one municipal libraries in Cottonwood County. Visit the bookmobile location nearest to contact the public libraries listed below for a detailed explanation of available services. Apply for your FREE Cottonwood Library Card todayl COTTONWOOD COUNTY LIBRARIES Mt. Lake PubUc Library- 427-2506 Westbrook PubUc Library - 274-5407 Wlndom Public Library - 831-2727 A service of Mmn Creek Library System