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SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Weatbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 10, 1991 Legislature does not seem to have enough Items to take care of this year. The budget is way out schools are crying for more funds to teach our deep cuts are projected to counties, townships from the state making it more difficult for all those bodies to carry out the mandates the state has on them over the past years in their attempt to rule everyone's life and business. Apparently those are not matters that need attention by the state and legislature. a much more serious matter has come before our rulers of the state. We must have a hunting on of all things DOVES! it seems unbelievable the even being given serious consideration. Why In the anyone, even the most vicious hunter want to a gentle, inoffensive creature? Are there men or guns with such a kill oriented personality, they down a beautiful mourning dove just for sport? for food certainly could not be a valid reason for the gentle bird. One doubts there would be more on the largest adult dove, if that much. This suspicions the proposal comes directly from the seem to be prevalent these days. The dove Is a of peace, so let's annihilate the bird and get on with Wt/Irt~tt~tt/nlr~t~ttttt~ttt~t~tttt~tt Murray County residents attend Extension Cluster Conference Three Murray County residents learned more about leadership and emerging trends in Minnesota at the Minnesota Extension Service's annual cluster conference held April 3 and 4 at Arrowwood Resort near Alexandria. Participating from Murray County were: Faye Schuur, Chandler; Jay Takle, Westbrook; and Bob Koehler, Murray Co. Extension Agent - Agriculture. There were about 225 participants at the conference, which included two county extension commiuee members and one extension staff person from each of the state's 87 counties Under the theme "Leadership for Impact," conference delegates heard speakers explain how an educational institution such as the Minnesota Extension Service can anticipate emerging trends in agriculture, communities and families and be ready with innovative programs to meet community needs. 4-H'ers are stars on stage children. Parents, teachers, clergy and lay workers, day care providers, youth leaders in Scouts, 4-H, FFA, FLA and church, and Sunday School teachers are all encouraged to attend. Keynote speaker is Father Paul Schumacher, pastor at SL Peter and Paul Catholic Church at Ivanhoe. Father Schumacher has worked extensively with children and families throughout southwest Minnesota His address, titled "Up, Up, and Away" wilt be hands-on presentation, focusing on building our own self-esteem and affirming others. Dairy Princess Contest to be held Murray County girls from dairy farms will have an opportunity again this year to compete to be Murray Courity D~y Princess. Judging will be held on Saturday, April 20, beginning at 5 p.m. This will be at Christ Lutheran Church, Slayton. Entries should be made by April 15. Besides living on a dairy farm, contestants must be between 16 and 24 years of age. To compete in the regional competition, participants must be a high school graduate, but juniors may participate in the Murray County COllteSL of manufacture and model nuber are located on the side of the car seat. Consumers who own affected child car seats should discontinue use and contact the Evenfio Juvenile Furniture Company at 1- 800-837-8926. Evenflo will puppy. Just a few Pageant notes for the community to be aware of. Tryouts for the cast are set for this Friday, April 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Walnut Grove Elementary Gym. Saturday, April 13, tryouts will be held at 9 a.m. at the Lamberton Ag Room; 12 noon provide owners with a new car seat at the Tracy High School, Room # shell to be used in conjunction with 129; at 5 p.m. at the Westbrook Ag the existing Ultara II T-shield. Room. With all these locations and For more information, contact the Minnesota Passenger Protection Program, 509 University Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55103-1q38 or call (612)224-5121 or 1-800-B-BELTED. Spring has sprung - the clocks have been turned ahead. Now it's Benson turned In a key ring he found on Eighth Stars will be shining on Friday Three Murray County girls will time to think "Pageant Really, I . week. If you know of anyone who has lost one, evening at the Slayton School take pan in the Region IX contest know it is spring because our new at the Tribune office. Also, Charlle has lost a single Auditorium. "Stars on Stage," to be held later in June. puppy "Harley" has dragged la red ring, If you have found It, contact Chartle. the 4-H Share the Fun programInformation and entry blanks can everything imaginable onto my American Legion will be having a Steak Feed at tim begins at 7:30 p.m. The entire be obtained from the Extension front lawn. Someday, Harley will on Saturday,- April 13. Serving will be from 5:30family will enjoy the entertainment Office in Slayton. be trained not to drag objects served. Methodist Church Esther Circle has set April 20 as their date for the annual Bake Sale, and Pie Luncheon. They will be serving from I:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 16 will be recycling day again In Grove. Be sure to recycle all Items that can be It all helps to keep the landfill from filling up so and fun 4-H members provide at this show. There is no admission cost and door prizes are given throughout the evening. The 4-H Share the Fun program encourages 4-H members and their leaders to become involved with stage performances and costuming. Participants gain self-confidence and develop group spiriL Self-Esteem - Building and Rebuilding A workshop, Self-Esteem - Building and Rebuilding, will be lyone would like a video copy of the Lions Club Beauties" performance, contact the vine for on obtaining one. is Tornado Awareness Week. Pay attention to the on what to do If such weather develops. All the has been giving Instructions On tornado safety is Earth Month. Let's make everyday Earth Day. Our 01d battered planet needs our help. It has been Evenflo child car seat safety notice The Minnesota Passenger Protection Program urges owners of Evenflo Ultara II Model 227 child car seats to contact Evenflo Juvenile Furniture Company to request a new car seat shell. Over 14,000 child car seats are affected under the safety notice. The affected car seats, upon impact, may allow a child's body to lurch too far forward. The child car seats that are affected are those manufactured between January 1 1990 and June 18, 1990. The date around, but my track record as a trainer is very poor I've been trying for 27 years to train my other half. Why should I expect a miracle in only thr . months with a in "critical condition", held Thursday, April 25, 5:30 - to mark your calendars for the WWG High 9:30 p.m Christ Lutheran Church, play, "Cyrano De Bergerac". Performances will Slayton. This is a community effort on Thursday, April 18, and Friday, April 19 to support healthy self-esteem in Grove on Saturday, April 20 and Monday April times, it is our hop.e that all interested persons wall find one that will be convenienL Yes, it is mac! Ma lngalls (alias Beth Kleven) and I are heading, to L.A. to attend a promotmn geared to entice Japanese tourists to come to Minnesota. This event is being promoted by the Minnesota Office of Tourism. We don't expect to have much impact on the '91 Walnut Grove tourist trade, but it is our hope and aim to see an influx of international visitors in a year o two. Beth and I thank the committee for sending us as their representatives. Well, as always I am in a hurry. Have to write up the elementary basketball story yet. We had a super season, but, thank God, it's finaC~.Lfo Ver" rnia here we comet!!! Happy Big 4 - 0 on April 10th open bumlng site for residents of Walnut Grove will for burning grass, trees and leaves only starting thls April 13 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, and from p.m. There will be an Inspector on duty when the No plastlcs, or other materials should be taken KEEP SMILINGd--- HAVE A GOOD WEEK.I Christian School Honor Roll Jim Fisher, principal of Christmn School, .the following students have hOnor roll status for work |uarte~. Stench, Anne Uhlenhopp and Mary Jo Uhlenhopp. "B" Honor Roll - John Fisher and Paulette Olson. Honor Roll - Nathan Jesse Nantkcs, Gudrun Olson, Olson, Daniel Paplow, David Spaeth, Gary Spaeth, Laurie Wild flowo havo bmm known to bloom in tho Axtic--evon iat tho odoeotg newwith is great seniors! Steve Severson Senior Gold-itg Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesotag premier medicare supplement plan. Now Senior Gold is available statewide-through the entire Blue Cross and Blue Shield network. That network includes of all physicians, and virtually every hospital in you travel outside of btinnesota, coverage is still with you. . I'kreg more good news. Optional prescription not induded in most plans, is also available Senior GOld. Best of all, Senior Gold covera is affordable. with our nonsmokers discount, you can lower ,ven mow To hear all the news atx ,contact your local agent listed below. J Ronetad Agency MN. BlueCmm BkmSl dd ~m We are discontinuing farming, therefore we will sell the following personal property at public auction on my farm located 3 miles south of Westbrook, MN on County Rd 7 then 1 mile west and 1/2 mile south. Sale starts at 10:30 A.M. Lunch on grounds Not responsible for accidents TRACTORS International Model 1086 tractor, diesel, cab, air, 3705 hrs 3 pt. hitch, widefront, dual hyd AM/FM, 18.4x38 hub duals, rock box, tractor very good Oliver Model 770 tractor, narrow front, gas, dual hyd tractor good COMBINE & PICKER New Holland No. 975 self propelled combine, gas, cab, straw chopper, motor recently replaced, 13 1/2 ft. bean table, love bar, robot control, In good condition New Holland No. 924 corn head, 4 row wide, very good Melroe 8 ft. grain pick-up m iii Oliver No 73 H corn picker, pull type, 2 row wide, very good PICK-UP, PLOW & DISK 1969 Ford 250 pick-up, 314 ton with top box, pick-up very good Kewanee No. 730 disk, spring loaded gangs, 20.5 ft wings, disk very good White No. 548 semi-mounted plow, automatic reset, one arm coulters, very good MACHINERY Brady digger, 24 ft hyd. wings with mulcher, pull type John Deere No. 1290 corn planter, plateless, 8 row wide, Dickey John monitor, very good Dakon cultivator, 8 row wide, hyd. wings, danish tooth style with rolling shields Kovar spring drag, 7 sections, hyd cart , Bean rider, 4 seat, complete front mount Oliver semi-mounted plow, 5x16 trip bottoms, one arm coulters 4 Wheel running gear, hoist & box 4 Wheel running gear with a S & H power box, unit very good 3 pt. hitch sprayer, 220 gal. tank, folding booms 2 end gate eeeders Old machinery for Iron plus old Iron Drive on holm Steel flare box MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 500 gal. poly tank wlth transfer pump on trailer 16 ft. gate panels Steel fence posts Power Kraft wood ~par 4 In. grain auger, 16 ft. Plckup topper Bln aereator, ecrew-ln type Cal-acre meter Set of Ag Chem saddle tanks 125 gal. fuel tank wlth vacuum pump 18.4x34 band duals Chicken cratea 2 - 300 gal. fuel barrels on steel stands Plus a few other Itema IIIIII I I II II Auctioneer's note: Not too many small items so be on ffme. Usual auction terms Auctioneers: Rich Reiner, 08-04. Springfield Joe Wersal, 64-19, Winthrop Southwest State Bank Westbrook Branch, clerk i!