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SENTINEL TRIBUNE I :ROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO March 16, 1994 WWG Schools has been chosen as having one of the best Special Needs Programs, one succeeding in serving students with spe- cial needs, by Redbook Magazine. A search is underway for 2 yr. old Carissa DeSmith, daughter of Gregg and Linda DeSmith, Walnut Grove, who wandered away from the farm home Monday morning. The 1st Annual Jaycee Wrestling Tournament was held over the week-end in Walnut Grove, with over 244 wrestlers participating. TWENTY YEARS AGO March 16, 1984 Julie Hahn, a sophomore at Walnut Grove High School, was one of 28 win- ners in the WCCO Real Radio Wintertainment Contest. Julie entered a snow sculpture of Garfield in color. Students in grades 1-6 at the Walnut Grove school read 3591 books during the 4 weeks of the EWOK Reading Competition. With the strange winter we have been having, even the Canadian geese are con- fused! They have been seen flying both north and south in the past weeks! THIRTY YEARS AGO March 14, 1974 Walnut Grove Loggers took third place honors in the District 10 Tourney, defeating Redwood Falls 44- 38. Four fire departments, Walnut Grove, Lucan, Milroy and Johnsonville - Granite Rock, responded to a car fire in the garage at the Edward Ourada farm. The car was destroyed and considerable damage was done to the garage and breezeway. Warm temperatures brought the hope of spring last week when the tempera- ture reach over 50 degrees on Sunday and Tuesday. v ALNUT GROVE NEWS Teri Herder 859-5402 Ted and Laura Anderson were Friday afternoon visi- tors at the home of Margie Bakken. Jeff Sliker and Sue Folk were Wednesday luncheon guests of Darlow and Ameila Foster to help Darlow celebrate his birth- day. Additional guests were Fred and Shirley Sliker. Dick and Shirley Knakmuhs joined the Board of the Redwood County Farm Mutual Insurance Company Friday evening to honor the 'efirement of Norm Ramey, who served on the Board for 39 years. Darlow and Ameila Foster were supper guests of Dustin Weedman, Marshall at a care in Tracy Thursday to cele- brated the Foster's 57th wed- ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jacobs, Wells, were weekend guests at the home of Duane and Elaine Knott. Added guests on Saturday were Brenda and Les Radcliff, Stewartville, and Arlen, Connie, Spencer and Abby Knott. Darlow and Ameila Foster, Fred and Shirley Sliker, Dan Peterson, Duane and Bev Weedman, Amanda and Heidi, Marshall, Jason and Amber Greeley and Holden, Marshall, Richard Foster and Darrell Larsen, Tracy helped Darlow and Ameila celebrated their wedding anniversary at a cafe in Tracy Saturday evening. Shirley Lorenz rode to the Twin Cities with Roger Meld where they attended the Sunday baptism of Devon Meld. Shirley was a guest at the home of Dianna Meld during the weekend. Darlow and Ameila Foster helped Duane and Sletla of Granite Falls, celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with dinner Sunday at a cafe in Granite Falls. Dick and Lucille Bruns attended the Sunday bap- tism of their great-grandson, Connor Patrick Travaille, at Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Peter. They. were then dinner guests at a reception i "h's Your Lucky Day Sale" March 18- 19- 20 Buy I lamp or mirror at regular price and get a 2nd lamp at 1/2 Price (Second lamp must be of equal or less value) We will be dressed in our finest for those days . . . Stop by and see us and join in our fun days. Store Hours; Mon-Fri. 9-5:30 Thurs.: 9-8; Sat.: 9-4 434 south st., Trscy, MN. 507-212 2400 III NOTICE The 115th annual meeting of Redwood County Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. of Lamberton, Minnesola wgl be held Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Hell in Wabaeeo, Minnesota The purpose efthe meeting will be for 1) Reacllng of the rain. sad Flmmdd  2) Old Ilmlm; 3) New or any other  that policyholders wbb breeght before the meeting; 4) Election of two directors for a term of three years each. There will be lunch and deer prizes awarded following the meetS. Redwood County Farnm Mutual Imunnct Co. Gwm E. Batdden, Manager I Community Care packages WALNUT GROVE -- Emil and Betty Bannick prepare to take $184.25 in cash along with other items collected at the Community Club pancake supper. The Items will be sent to the troops over seas. hosted by Eli and Emily Travaille at the home of Ron and Carol Bannick. Derek Bakken visited Margie Bakken Sunday afternoon. Jim and Teri Herder- Blahnik were weekend guests at the home of Jim's parents, Bob and Pat Blahnik of Spring Valle>: Darlow and Ameila Foster. Fred and Shirley Sliker, and their foster granddaughter, Erica Weston, Westbrook had dinner at a care in Tracy Tuesday to help Darlow observe his birthday. That evening Fred and Shirley Sliker, Dan and Rob Peterson, Duane and Bev Weedman, Amanda and Heidi, Jason and Amber Greeley and Holden, Marshall, Richard Foster and Darrell Larsen, Tracy were guests at the Darlow and Ameila Foster home to help Darlow observe his birthday. Emil and Betty Bannick attended the baptism of their great grandson, Conner Patrick Travaille at St. Peter Sunday. They also attended the dinner held at the Ron and Carol Bannick home fol- lowing the service. Margie Bakken and Ilamay Addison spent the day Monday in Marshall. Pharmacist Murphy to give presentation at SMSU Marshall pharmacist Sandy Murphy, R.Ph., will give a presentation, "The Pharmacy Profession," from 11 a.m. to noon on Friday, March 19 in ST 216 on the campus of SMSU. It is the second such presentation in a series deal- ing with health care profes- sions. For further information, contact Sandy Craner, 507- 537-6175. Alfred Nelson Post Shrimp & Chicken Strip Supper FRI., MARCH 26 Serving from 5 to 8 at the Walnut Grove Legion Menu: Shrimp, Chicken Strips, Coleslaw, French Fries, and Bread Hmong Food Night Noodle Soup, Egg Rolls, Fried Rice & Ice Cream FRIDAY, MARCH 19 Serving from 5 to 6:45 p.m. before the Middle SchOol Play at the WG Middle School Cafeteria Cost $5.00 or less (Will have multiple proportion and payment options) Sponsored by Westbrook Walnut Grove Soccer 1 ao0 Wednesday, March 17, 2004 Sandv'00 Garden By Sandy Anderson 4 4 4 Garden blues Since spring is just around the corner, I thought I would write a few articles about bringing different col- ors into your flower gardens. The first one I picked is blue, maybe because you don't see a lot of blue flowers in the garden. A lot of blue flowers have a tint of purple or a touch of pink in them but still add the blue color. Blue flowers blend well with flowers of many colors including violet, mauve, deep pink, orange, yellow, white, gold or plants with silver-green foliage. I will list some annuals and perennials in the blue family and a little about them. Annuals Aster (Wonder of Staffa) flowers from early summer to fall with 2 inch lavender- blue flowers with gold cen- ters. Morning Glory (Heavenly Blue) for a blue vine with 4 inch blooms Ageratum (Blue Danube) good for borders, grows 6 inches tall-bloom all summer. Chrysanthemum (Blue Knoll) flowers from September-November- 12 inches tall Gladiolus (Blue Sky) a rich violet-blue Lobelia (Fountain Blue) low plants for edging or in containers Lobelia (Compact Royal Jewels) rich blue in "color with white eyes Petunias - there are dif- ferent varieties such as Blue Storm or Blue Cascade that come in shades of blue Salvia (Blue Victoria) violet-blue 16-18 inches tall Statice (Blue) good as a fresh or dried flower Perennials Aconitum or Monkshood (Bressingham Spire) dark violet-blue hooded flowers on 24-36 inch spikes Stoke s Aster blooms 3-4 incheS J feet tall Bellflower Campanula bell-shaped inches tall Brunnera has sky blue flowers Clematis (Will( 6 inch blooms or (Koni rich 4-5 purple- Delphiniums or Dark Blue) summer 24-28 Dianthus Blue) 1/2-1 dianthus Geranium Blue) has 1 1/2- ers -15-18 in. Geranium in. flowers that centers veined Hosta-There ! blue hostas Iris-Abiqua tall-beared iris sky blue flowers Garden Paradise) a darker eye (Blue Perfume) (Clouds of blue Pulmonaria Fountain) ers in the spotted leaves Russian very foliage and 12 flower spikes Scabiosa or Flower (Butterfly 1/2- 2 in ers Spide (Zwanenburg three pedals 1 blue flowers Speedwell bright pur on 15 in. Veronica grows like a with bright ers NOTICE TO SU Dear subscriber; please check the date on your. address label of your In order to avoid a lapse in subscription, please remit your two weeks prior td the expiration Walnut Grove [Lions Breakfast 111764 | Sunday, March 28 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Community Center I Pancakes, sausage, apple sauce, juice, rNIk Adults $5.00; Children under 10 Proceeds to be used for a defibrillator for the WWG Middle Mark & Len "Country VocalistS" appearing at . / Storden American LegiO Sat., March 20 q/" 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 aan. ''