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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, April 3, 2013 Page 7 n n WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES April 8-12, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Grilled chicken/ bun, augratin potatoes, BLT salad, apricots Tuesday: Tilapia, fried potatoes, corn, coconut choc- olate cake Wednesday: Beef stew, biscuit, frog eye salad, fruit pizza Thursday: Ham, mashed potatoes, baked beans, pump- kin bars Friday: Taco salad, bread- stick, banana split cake 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 April I, 1998 This past week there has been construction high up on the United Methodist Church roof. Karl Campbell Construction crew members from Currie have been bat- tling the rains and winds in re-shingling the roof. The Methodist Church in Walnut Grove is the oldest Methodist Church in Redwood County. It was built about 1919. Dan Wahl of Walnut Grove and Marshall enters the visu- al art world with his first major show at the Walnut Grove Station Fine Arts Center in Windom. A Look at Bipolar Disorders is a series of paintings and photo- graphs based on Dan's expe- riences. THIRTY YEARS AGO March 31, 1983 pizza. Bob Alcorn was officially appointed rural mail carrier on March 1, 1983. He will be taking Route 1 with 181 boxes and 110 miles. The Bruce Mathiason fam- ily has tapped 8 trees and so far has collected 17 gallons of syrup, It takes 35 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of syrup. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO April 4, 1968 Walnut Grove stores will be open Friday nights instead of Saturday nights this sum- mer. The stores will be open Friday nights beginning April 19. The Riviera Club, well- known night spot in Revere, was destroyed by fire early Wednesday morning. The Revere, Walnut Grove and Lamberton fire departments were called. The club has il i Starting this weekend the "Down Under Arcade" will be opening its doors to the area youth. The "Down Under" will be located at the old Odd Fellow Lodge on 6th St., just offMain. Mrs. Mike (Jane) McFarland is the man- ager of the new business. They will feature pinball machines, po01 table, foos ball, video games, juke box, and pop, candy bars, and ....... " Go C/dRo/.IgG " gPt-u P a l tl) To ~RAcTtcE. Down ::- AfBadger's plac orridge was eaten 1 with a 2. A gypsy gives Toad to t 6. "Says Simple Simon to the pieman, 3. Cooking vessel in Badgers hou Let me your 7. Bird that Mole hears singing on the riverbank 2. lives in a large brick house Fruit of a hawthom 13. Common , good judgment 14. ' " The gaoler s daughter serves Toad buttered toast 15. Toad goes to jail for tealing a 16. Female chicken ." 17. In jail. Toad sleeps on a bed of. ~. 4. Portly is 's little son 5. Kind of light often used in signs 7. "Bow. wow, wow, dog art thou?" 8. Rat's friends sometimes call him 10. What's left after burning 11. Courageous acts: good 13. Carpenter's tool 15. Social group in India 18. Lost in the snow, Rat and Mole sit down o been operated by James 19. Toad's favorite color to , Giesel for several months. 20. Mole gets dust in his while house- 19. Toad unfastens the barge-woman s tow An inch of rain had fallen cleaning and takes her horse by 4:30 pm Wednesday and it 21. Opposite of profit ~ ...... was still raining --- putting an 22. Long, narrow strip of leather 21. Vegas is a city in Nevada end to the severe drought. ~ i 23 ___._ has a home in a riverbank ~,~ Last night hail and rain added ~ 24. Make funof more moisture and the weath- ~ ~~'~9----i~ ~(~ff[~t~) . / ~ ~]1~ I~ erman was forecasting it I ~o~ ~ could turn to snow. 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