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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, February 24, 2016 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Feb. 29 - Mar. 4 2016 Senior Nutrition Services serving at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Served at Westbrook Community Center. Call Pat Madson to reserve Meals on Wheels, 274-6583 or 274-6544. Monday: Macaroni & cheese, brussel sprouts, apple crisp Tuesday: Stuffed green peppers, peas & carrots, cher- ry cake/topping Wednesday: Apple pork cutlet, sweet potatoes, wax beans, cookies Thursday: Beef tips & gravy, noodles, corn, brownie Friday: Fish, baked pota- to, carrots, lemon bar Milk and bread served with every meal. Menus subject to change Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES 1N THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO February 21, 2001 The school board recently narrowed the field from twenty-two applicants to six for the superintendent position. Those being interviewed February 22 are Supt. Robert Scrivner, Hutchinson, ND; Julia Graves, principal at WWG Middle School; Loy Woelber, Supt. at Chokio Alberta; William Richards, principal at WWG High School; Bonnie Burno, principal at Pine River Backus; Bruce Hauck, superin- tendent at Webster, SD. Marian Tibodeau is retiring on March from Cottonwood County FSA, after 30 years of service to the Cottonwood County producers. THIRTY YEARS AGO February 26, 1986 Kari Ourada, president of G.F.W.C. Damascus Club, presented the "Sweetheart Getaway" winner, Peggy Pederson of Westbrook her prize, two nights at the Thayer Hotel in Annandale. Included are buffet break- fast, a candlelit dinner, and an old-fashioned sleigh ride. Arlis Ourada, Walnut Grove, was the 2nd place winner, a dinner for 2 at Michael's in Worthington. Tim Doubler and Loren Noomen of the Walnut Grove-Westbrook Warriors, are on their way to state wrestling competition. Both placed second in Region Two Wrestling Competition last weekend in Blue Earth. Doubler, a junior, will be making his second appearance at State. Noomen, a senior at Westbrook, is getting his first shot at state in wres- tling. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO March 7, 1971 Ron Harder, Jackson, has been selected as one of the ten Outstanding Young Men of MN for 1970 by the MN Jaycees. Mrs. Harder is the for- mer Elaine Rupp of Westbrook. Cottonwood County law enforcement offi- cials were involved in the apprehension of two alleged gunmen last Saturday evening. Cottonwood County deputies Ted Severson and Glen Ward, along with Chet Baarstaad, Windom police chief, rode a caravan of 22 cars chasing 2 men who allegedly robbed the VFW Club in St. James, of $400 cash and checks. The two men are said to have held the manager of the club at gunpoint with a 12 gauge sawed- off shotgun. Fourteen men from the Westbrook-Jeffers area are taking part in the Adult Education Welding class at the Jeffers and Westbrook schools. The classes are under the supervision of James Christensen, Vo-ag instructor at Westbrook, and Vic Richardson, Vo-ag instructor at Jeffers. March 14-3 I, 2016 All Parts State Fair and Farm Bureau .Federation accepting Century Farm Applications Minnesota families who have owned their farms for 100 years or more may apply for the 2016 Century Farms Program. Produced by the Minnesota State Fair in con- junction with the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation, the Century Farms Program was created to promote agricul- ture and honor historic fam- ily farms in the state. More than 10,000 Minnesota farms have been honored since the program began in 1976. Family farms are rec- ognized as Century Farms when they meet three requirements. The farm must be: 1) at least 100 years old according to authentic land records; 2) in continu- ous family ownership for at least 100 years (continuous residence onthe farm is not required); and 3) at least 50 acres. m commemorative cer- tificate signed by State Fair Board of Managers President Sharon Wessel, Minnesota Farm Bureau The 32nd annual SMSU Farm Outlook & Education Seminar will be held on Wednesday, March 9 in the Conference Center Ballroom on campus. The event runs from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The pre-regis- tration deadline is March 4. The preferred method of registration is online at: www.SMSUFoundation. org/farmoutlook2016. You may also mail your reg- istration form to: SMSU Foundation, 1501 State St., Marshall, MN, 56258. There is a fee, which includes lunch. Proceeds provide scholarships for SMSU students in ag pro- grams. Patrick Westhoff will open the day with a session, "The Market Outlook: Have We Hit Bottom Yet?" at 9:15 a.m. "For commercial use. Offer subject to CNH Industrial Capital America LLC credit approval. See your New Holland dealer for details and eligibility requirements, Depending on model, a down payment may be requirod. Offer good through March 31, 20t6, at pariiciptaiog "I~I~pIT, IU. New Holland dealers in the United States, Taxes, freight, set-up, delivery, additional oplions or attachments not included in price. Offer subject to change or naecellation without oodce. @ 2016 CNH Industrial America LLC. All rights resorted. Nnw Holland Agriculture is a trademark registered in the United States and many other countries, owned by or licensed to CNH Im]ustrial N,V., its subsidiarios or affiliates CNH Industrial Capital and New Holland Construction are trademarks in the Uoitod States and many other countrios, owned by or Licensed ta CNH Industrial N.M., its subeidtariee or affiliates. 973 NH 30: ........................................................................... $7,900 FD70 MACDON 40: ......................................................... S53,5OO T1LUI61: 50'QUAD 5WlL-RICH,4 BAR ..................................... 515,900 46'QUAD 5WIL-RICH,4 BAR. .................................... $]9,900 25'DMITM, 3BAR .......................................................... S]2,900 285'4800 CIH, 3 BAR ...................................................... 56,500 957WlL RICH 7-30. ..................................................... $19,900 957WIt-RICH 7-30 ..................................................... $]2,9OO 357 WIL-RICH 5-30 ...................................................... $I 1,500 ST460 NH DISC, 28.5', NICE ........................................... S26,500 27OO JD~3OWAUMMERS HARROW ................... $14,900 2700 JD9-24. ................................................................. 512,9OO 27OOJD7 30 ................................................................. $11,OOO 5850WlL-RICH 37'CHISEL PLOW ............................. S~,~ 610J017'CHISEL PLOW ................................................. 59,500 WIL-RICH 20'CHISELPLOW ......................................... 57,900 DRILLS & PLANTING 3600 KINZE 16R30W/LIQUID .................................... S~,~ 3600 KINZE 16/31 ......................................................... $49,9g0 3200 KINZE 12R30 .......................................................... 541,9OO 2600 KINZE 16/31 ......................................................... $24,900 8222 WHITE 12R30, LIQUID. ....................................... $39,900 1760JD 12R30WlINSEC ............................................. $29,900 72OO JD 16R30 ............................................................... S21,900 7000JD 16P30 ................................................................. S12,900o nllCiOR$ 500VERSATILE,963HRS ............................................ $219,900 535VEPrATILE,925 HRS ........................................... $194,900 290VERSATILE, FWA, SS, PS, 260 HRS .................. $144,900 280VERSATILE, FWA, %, PS, 750 HR5 .................. $124,900 2210 BV RBTYL[, FWA, % PS, 4185 HRS .............. $79,900 2210 II B.L FWA, SS, RS., 2230H16 ........................... $75,000 TG255 NH, 1843 HRS ................................................... S105,900 17-250 NH AUTOCOMMAND, 2525 HI~ ............... 5119,~ T8.360NH 940H16, CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED III~I~S1741900 17.18S NH AUTOCoMMAND, 581 HRS ...................... S98,500 8970 NH, FWA, SS, 15,6900 ....................................... $49500 TN7S SA NH, CAB, LOADER, 24OOHRS ........................ $25,000 5~OJDW/553 LOADER,~OHRS .............................. S21,900 TC29DA NH, 940 HRS, LOADFA MOWER, CANOPY.....$17.500 TC33D NH,2700 HRS, W/LOADER. ................................. $12,000 8940 CIH, 4740 NRS ...................................................... %9,900 CORN HEADS '~ NH 12R30 ................................................................ 374,900 99(NH 8R30 ................................................................... $44,~00 830HARVESTEC .............................................................. 524,900 974 NH 8R30 ..................................................................... 58,900 643 JD. .................................................................................. 5S,~0 COMBINES CR8090 NH, 657 HP6 ................................................... COMING IN CR9070 NH,851 HP~ ..................................................... 5204,900 CR9060 NH, 735HR5 ........................................................ 5184,900 CR9060 RH,848 HP~ ....................................................... 5169,900 TR-99, 22% HRS, RWA ..................................................... 534,900 HM EOUlPMENT 7450 MOWER CONDITIONER ...................................... 524~ [~]940A NH SQUARE BALER ...................................... 539,900 BR7060 NH TWINE ........................................................ 514,900 678 NH BALER, TWINE .................................................... $8,5OO 499NH ................................................................................. $4,950 616NH ................................................................................ 5S,950 2200VlCON DISC MOWER. ............................................. SS,900 3PN NH CORN HEAD ........................................................ $8,~0 TONUHI 9WHEEL RAKE ............................................... %,950 SITREX 9WHEEL RAKE ..................................................... 55,700 MI~EL~E~S 1108 FRONTIER CART. ................................................... Sl 8,~ 690 KILLBROS CART. ........................................................ 59,900 42'MANDAKO LAND ROLLER, DEMO UNIT ................. 539,900 Federation President Kevin Paap and Governor Mark Dayton will be awarded to qualifying families, along with an outdoor sign signi- fying Century Farm status. Applications are avail- able online at mnstatefair. org (click the "Recognition Programs" link at the bot- tom of the home page); at fbmn.org ; by calling the State Fair at (651) 288-4400; or at state- wide county extension and county Farm Bureau offic- es. The submission dead- line is April 1. Recipients will be announced in May. Previously recognized fami- lies should not reapply. Information on all Century Farms will be avail- able at the Minnesota Farm Bureau exhibit during the 2016 Minnesota State Fair, which runs Aug. 25 - Labor Day, Sept. 5. A Century Farm database is also avail- able at fbmn.org . SKIDLoADERS L220 NH, CAB/HEAT, 570 HRS ........................................ 531,500 L213 NH 915 HRS ............................................................... 518,900 13( 665 NH, 3400 HRS ....................................................... 5f 0,900 SV~ ClH, CAB/H~T/AC 38SHRS ................................. 534,~0 GRAIN HEADS 740 CF NH 3(7. ................................................................. $28,5OO (2) 7( NH 35'W/CRARY AIR ..................................... $31,900 74C NH 30~V/CRARY AIR. .......................................... 529,~ 74CNH~ ...................................................................... 517,900 A commodities forum will be held at 12:30 p.m., fea- turing David Priessler, Executive Director, Minnesota Pork Board; Anna Boroff, Senior Public Policy Director, Minnesota Corn Growers; Tom Slunecka, CEO, Minnesota Soybean Growers; and Ashley Kohls, Executive Director, Minnesota State Cattlemen's Assn. Michael Dove will round out the program with a 2:30 p.m. presentation, "Third Party Risk, Land Lease/ Rental Negotiations, and Other Hot Topics in Ag Law." Westhof is the director of the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute at the University of Missouri and a professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. Dove is an attorney with Gislason & Hunter, LLP, in New Ulm, Minnesota. Raised on the family farm near Appleton, he brings that same farm work ethic to his practice in New Ulm. He has extensive knowledge and expertise in the areas of debtor-creditor rights, bank- ruptcy, corporate and agri- cultural law and commercial litigation. The event is sponsored by ADM, Bremer Bank, CHS, First Independent Bank, Granite Falls Bank, F&M Bank Minnesota, Marshall Radio, Midwest Ag Enterprises, Minnesota Corn Growers Association, MinnWest Bank, Ralco and United FCS. FIED CALL I 1 OR 1859 I WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Feb. 29 - Mar. 4 2016 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: BBQ chicken, baked potato, asparagus, cake roll Tuesday: Not available Wednesday: Not available Thursday: Not available Friday: Not available For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO February 21, 2001 Dave Hoyt, Bruce Maas, and George Landuyt, are the new owners of the for- mer Bakken Tire Shop. Jeff Harnack is the man- ager, and Jared Maas is an employee. Jeff Vee, the former chief of police for Walnut Grove, has accepted a job as police officer in St. James, MN. Merna Malmberg has replaced him as the Walnut Grove Chief of Police. Merna has been in law enforce- ment since 1977, and was the first woman to be inducted into the MN Chiefs Assn. in 1984. Merna was Police Chief in Walnut Grove from 1982-1984, when she got married. The RRC/WWG Falcons pulled a stunning upset over top-ranked Jackson County Central in a 30-24 win at the Section 3AA Tournament last Friday evening. They are now headed for the brand new Excel Energy Center in downtown St. Paul. THIRTY YEARS AGO February 26, 1986 Nicky Heinrich, 11 -year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Heinrich, will be advanc- ing to the State Knights of Columbus Free Throwing Contest Sunday, March 16 at St. John's University in Collegeville. Nicky won the Regional contest last week- end, in Tracy by sinking 13 of 25 free throws. Kim Klontz, a sixth grader at Walnut Grove, recently won the school spelling bee. She is now eligible to repre- sent Walnut Grove at the Regional Spelling Bee March 8 in Marshall. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO March 7, 1971 A bowling team from Walnut Grove and 2 teams from Tracy participated in the Kegler Bowling Tournament held at St. Cloud and Alexandria Saturday and Sunday. Warm weather last week melted much of the snow and the runoff caused creeks to begin running -- even after Friday's ice storm. From February 21, 1946 -- Purchase of a 7 acre plot adjoining the school grounds on the south, to be used for a baseball diamond, football, and for proposed bus garage, is being considered. The land is owned by J.P. Wiggins and it is understood the price is to be $250 per acre. Thepresent football field in the eastern past of town would be sold. www.edwardjone$.com You've Spent a Lifetime Preparing for Retirement. If you're recently retired or planning to retire, you're probably concerned about making the right financial decisions. Together, we can find the answers. We'll sit down, face to face, to develop a strategy designed to help your finances meet your needs over the long haul. To develop a retirement income strategy that works for you, call or visit today. Loretta J Gervais Financial Advisor 2558 Broadway Avenue Sla on, MN 56172 507-836-8128 -Farm -General Land Improvement Mike Onken 50 7- 734-3150 Lyle Onken[ 507-530-3233 Balaton, MN. & Nunda SD. 507-530-12331