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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Comrnuni Wednesday, April 21, 2004 MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS I00reative TEN YEARS AGO April 20, 1994 Students of WWG Middle School will be available to help city residents with spring clean up chores on April 29. The activity is part of community service encouraged in Personal Development Classes. Tryouts are in progress for Fragments of a Dream. Deb Kuehl, the director this year, was pleased with all the tal- ented people who tried out for the parts. Temperatures reached 70 degrees on Sunday and Marshall reported a high of 81 degrees on Monday. Then it was back to winter on Tuesday when it was once again raining, and later in the day it was snowing. TWENTY YEARS AGO April 19, 1984 Local 4th and 5th grade students were treated to a day at the Shriners Circus in Sioux Falls, SD by the Community Education, local businesses, and the Shriners. LaChelle Giese, Steven Carter and Craig Carter were confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove on Palm Sunday. Springdale Climbers 4-H Club placed 1st in the Redwood County Share the Fun night at Morgan. They came in first among twenty acts entered. THIRTY YEARS AGO April 18, 1974 The Laura Ingalls Wilder Books will be the basis of a new television series in the fall. The series follows a made-for-TV movie, which starred Michael Landon, and received high ratings. Redwood County Associate Agent, John P. Cunningham, has resigned his position, and will assume the position of Extension Agent in Big Stone County on May 1. Gerrit Jansma and Richard Knakmuhs have filed for re-election to the school board. WALNUT GROVE NEWS Teri Herder 859-5402 Alice Buhl, Tyler, was a weekend guest of Emil Bannick's. Added guests on Easter Sunday were Ron and Carol Bannick, St. Peter, and Grant and LaDonna Albertson, Ryan and Molly, Owatonna. Sunday visitors at the Sam Anderson home at Mankato were Laura Anderson and Mildred Kotval of Redwood Falls. Margie Bakken visited Rodney Nackerud at his home on Wednesday. David and Nancy Herder, Renville, were Friday overnight giests at the home of Margie Bakken. Derek Bakken was a Sunday visitor at the home of Margie Bakken. Janice Carter accompa- nied Susan Blake and her granddaughter, Brianna Carter, to Rochester last weekend to attend the Just 4 Kix State Dance Competition. Brianna is a member of the dance team from Elk River, and they received the award of first place at the competition. Dorothy Grunden attend- ed a salad luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the Tracy Church of Christ. Dorothy Grunden attend- ed a shower for Michael Grunden and Stacy Wellner in Tracy on Saturday. During her time in Tracy, Dorothy also visited at the home of Kathy Rykhus where Jim Grunden of Remsen, IA, was visiting as well. Jim was in town to attend Michael and Stacy's shower. Les and Doris Hoyt, Bruce Hoyt, and Dave and Wanda Hoyt attended the 50th wedding anniversary celebration for Jack and Loretta Carter on Saturday i00erner By Pam Steffen at the Lamberton American Legion hall. Eunice Kassel, her daughter, Julie Nelson of Ivanhoe and Brad and Laurie Johnson attended a family gathering Sunday at the Ron Melheim home in Mountain Lake. Shirley Knakmuhs spent several hours with her daughter, Marl Saxhaug, last week in Fulda making final preparations for the Monday opening of Gramma's Kitchen. Marl is the new owner of the drive- in. Mike Bisbee and Sue Carter, St. Paul, dropped in to visit Dick and Shirley Knakmuhs over the week- end. Dick and Lucille Bruns attended a 78th birthday dinner for Lucille's brother, Doran Marlette, Saturday in Jeffers. Dick and Lucille Bruns were Sunday supper guests at the home of Jason and Cari Haug in Windom. David and Nancy Herder were Friday evening visi- tors at the home of Jim and Teri Herder-Blahnik. A couple week's ago my column was devoted to the power of color. Below are some examples of one-color/color-schemes, the easiest to create and change when needed. (1) Black and White: Always a classic, black and white looks crisp, clean, and'classy. Not a good scheme for relaxing. (2) Blue and White: Soothing and serene, blue and white reminds us of lakes, sky, and sea. This would be a good scheme to use in bedrooms or nesting areas. (3) Red and White: A red and white scheme is often used for patterned toiles and checks and provides a cheery atmos- phere. For a contemporary look try red and white with small touches of another dramatic color like black, aqua, or hot pink. (4) Green and White: Green is a relaxing hue. Warm greens such as sage or olive accented with plants create a wonderful comfort room. (5) Brown and White: Dark brown walls balanced with white will create a cozy attractive room. (6) Tan and White: Consider everything from a medium saddle tan to a pale sandy tone for the walls, outlined every- where with white moldings. Choose matching furniture to create a neutral palette. Color accents can easily be added when you're ready for a change. (7) Pastels and White: Pale colors look wonderful paired with white. If you love pastels consider painting every room a different tint - - pink, yellow, pale green, baby blue, and aqua- - for a home you will truly adore. Again, white will tie the spaces together with moldings and trims. (8) Orange and white: Orange is making a strong come- back in popularity. Even on a dreary day it would be hard to be sad in a room dashed with orange and white. (9) Purple and White: I vision a very warm purple with white as having a very dramatic powerful effect. Purple pro- motes creative energy. (10) White and White: Brilliant whites might be hard to live with for some, yet softer tones of ivory, beige, cream, and milky hues whites are tinged with undertones of color and can bring subtle distinction to your home. Copyright 2004 Southwest MN Junior High Music Festival The 2004 Southwest Minnesota Junior High Music Festival was held at the JCC High School on April 7. WWG Middle School stu- dents under the direction of Kathy Vondracek attended as members of the concert band, jazz band, and choir. Rehearsals lasted the day with the final concert beginning at 1:45. Guest con- ductors were Ms. Kathy Brigg, choir; Ms. Donna Larson, jazz band; and Ms. Amy Roisum Foley, band. Find us on the Web at www.lyon-siouxpress.com Find the Rest of The Story in the Sentinel Tribune NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please oheck the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal two weeks prior to the expiration date. Girl Scouts Donate to Front: Johanna, Callie, Kelsi; Middle: Summer, Darian, Kelsey; Back: Michaela Terri. Not pictured: Megan, Chiong, Hailey, JAZZ BAND: Emily Helmer & Nick Dusek CONCERT BAND (L to R): Cassondra Hubin, Jennifer Wetter, Samuel I Amber Amundson, Betsy Bottelberghe, Samantha Hay, Andy Alcorn, Whiff and RJ Pfarr. CHOIR (L TO R): Austin Quade, Justin Knskmuhs, EIIie Vondracek, Aman Alisha Parker, and Grace Bitker. SINGLE FAMILY LOTS! BRING YOUR OWN BUILDER WWW.SELECTCOMPANIES.NET CALL NOW 651 439-2414 I ii i 800.-LOAM-.152 FACTORY DIRECT I LOWEST PRICE IN THE UNITED STATES I LARGEST P01ff00N DEALER IN TH, E UNITED ST ATESl I ,.,. I .... i.iJ3 . ]322, Mwww?rjnr iree.co m I HELP WA ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVE New Century Press is seeking an self-motivated people person with = phone & personal communication advertising into its group of Minnesota and Northwest Iowa and shoppers. 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