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a family of mixed nationalities, there are always ethnic jokes around. In the Vine's family the Swedes and Norwegmns to get a good share of the kidding aimed their way. One thing chided the Norwegian in the family on was how slow he a concept. Well, the Norwegians in Norway have proven to the family. It has taken that country since the 16th realize they should abide by the whale moratorium. they are still showing some typical stubborness, however. agreed to forego hunting whales for only one year, a trial are a hard people to convince! made the remark the Persian Gulf War is over. It is ' a determination made because they are no longer seeing all manuevers on television--- the great show put on by This corner cannot see where there was any WAR won-- a battle or two, but try to tell the people in Iraq and even is over". From all reports it seems to this corner the is now than when we messed up the place. There been promises to keep by the Allies that were not kept. e managed to do is build up a big debt the United States citizen paying. As usual, the Allies are fudging on their pledges to is Secretary's Week and Wednesday, is the day to honor your for all the faithful work she does during the year. Don't all you bosses! ,'s watch was found near the intersection one block east of If you think it is yours, check with Lynn Hansen at Bank. lm. April 28, St. Paul's Catholic Church will be having their Bake Sale, Luncheon and Raffle. Serving begins at Drawings will be held for the many prizes about 2:00 p.m. ASCS reminds foreign investors of reporting rule Roger Missling, County Executive Director of the Cottonwood County ASCS office, reminds foreign investors who have bought or sold agricultural land in Cottonwood County to report the transaction within 90 days. The Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act (AFIDA) requires all foreign owners of U.S. agricultural land to report their holdings, acquisitions, dispositions, leases of 10 years or more, and land-use changes to ASCS. "This law is still in effect, and those who fail to report or who are late in reporting face possible fines," Missling said. Foreign investors have reported owning about 12.9 million acres of land in the United States as of December 31, 1989. For reporting purposes, agricultural land is any tract of more than 10 acres now in farming, ranching, forestry, or timber production. This includes land in agricultural use when purchased, as well as land later converted to agricultural use. Foreigners who own or have an interest in 10 acres or less do not need to report unless annual proceeds from the sale of agricultural products grown on these acres exceed $1,000. Individuals or companies that specialize in land transfers, or management services should contact the local ASCS office for details on reporting in behalf of foreign clients. Lut s benefit. planning a benefit fund raiser for the family of Redwood Falls who lost all their belongings State parks publishes Tentative plans are for Sunday, May 5. More later summer guides for Centennial Grove Mealsite will have a bake sale on Friday, April The Centennial Times 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Walnut Grove Community newspaper is now available and is packed with fun things to do - KEEP SMILING HAVE A GOOD WEEK! Festival to feature performances, and food making, pottery, music, square among kinds of activities at the fast annual Prairie on Saturday, April 27 at State University in MN. than 30 groups and from the area are to perform or set up booths at the according to Janet Walnut Grove; Evy Salisbury, Minneota; James Dahl, Marshall. HARDANGER: Corky Gustafson, Hanley Falls; BROOM MAKING: Elaf Johnson, Marshall. NORWEGIAN EMBROIDERY: Gloria Hagen, Wood Lake. EARLY SE'I'rLERS DISPLAY: Franz Richter, Claridield. ETHNIC DANCE: Southwest School of Dance (performance from 2 to 3 p.m.); Square Dancers (ll a.m. to 1 p.m. performances); MUSIC: chairwoman of the Billy Alcorn, Walnut Grove, festival will run from 10 - oUntry/folk (noon to 1 p.m.); 4 p.m. in the central of the campus. said the purpose of the expose the community, southwestern Minnesota rich heritage of the prairie. of crafts people, artisans, and others scheduled to include: Gene Tolkheim, pottery students; WORKS/SPINNING: Dawson; Linda Minneota; SSU students. Patricia Seeidander, tall, and members of Area Senior Citizens : Lois Winter, Henry Kyllingstad, and SSU students. PRINTS/ Tina Richards, * FIRESTONE "MULTIMILE * CO-OP TIRES ON FARM TIRE SERVICE SERVICE )N REPAIR Prairie Arts Chorale (roving), and Victoria Halfmann, Minneota, mandolin (roving). STORYTELLING: Jim Hubley, MarshalL A booth featuring foods from the different cultures represented in southwestern Minnesota will be operated by students in the SSU Hotel and Restaurant Administration program. In addition, the BACCHUS student drug education organization on campus will set up an old-time saloon featuring non-alcoholic beverages, the International Student Organization will have a display, and the SSU student Activiues Committee will do face painting. A kite demonstration is also scheduled, featuring Bob Klein of Bloomington, and Dan Ved degem of Ghem will nO.perTTh a relic belle competition, e campus Taekwondo Club also will. have a demonstration, and arts and crafts made by Marshall elementary students will be on diS ission is $2.50 for adults, $1 for students, with children under 12 admiued free. For further information contact Anderson at 50%537-7330. spring, summer and fall - at all the state parks. Open up the 16-page color newspaper and discover the fun: a statewide birthday party on June 2, a historic wagon train ride across the state from June 8 - and new clubs for hikers and fishing folks. The newspaper contains a $2 discount for the Hiking Club and Club Fish. Members receive awards for hiking so many miles, or catching certain types of fish. A Centennial calendar includes hundreds of events and programs -- from a sailing regatta to a voyageur's rendezvous, old- fashioned picnics and ice cream sociabs -- to plan your next fun getaway. The newspaper is a special edition announcing all the hajppenings for the 199I Centennial of Minnesota state Darks, published by the DNR vision of Par and Recreation. Join the wilderness safari at 21 state parks. Naturalists will lead adventurers on hikes, nature studies and explorations to learn about various habitats, mammals, birds, and forests. Sing-along with Charlie Maguire, Centennial Troubadour or other musicians, and watch the drama unfold by attending the Lifetimes and Landscapes arts series. Park visitors bound for Itasca will want to pick up the Itasca Summer Guide too. The Guide features all the Centennial events - from old-fashioned picnics, to' music in the park, available at Itasca State Park this year. To obtain a copy of the Centennial Times or the Itasca Summer Guide, just call toll-free 1-800-652-9747 or 296-6157 (in the Twin Cities). TIRE Westbrook, MN. Phone 274-6561 (After hours 274-5692) Fd. 7:00 - 5:30 7:00 to Noon I Glass Installed Headquarters for all Glass Replacement - ALL CARS & TRUCKS - Klasse Sales & Service 274-6166 Westbrook, MN. II ZENITH TELEVISION AND RADIOS Storden, MN. Call Wes at 445,34.31 After hours call 445 3465 Grand opening at Revere Elevator REVERE--Brian Berg and Ray Haack were serving up the goodies to customers at their Grand Opening on Friday night, April 19. To welcome customers and get acquainted the new partners of the Revere Elevator Company, held a feed and social event in the Revere City Hall from 5 to 8 p.m. A good crowd attended the event. ST Photo. Spring is here, the ice is leaving the lakes, and soon Minnesotans will be hauling boats to their favorite lakes for fishing, sailing, boating and water skiing. The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reminds boaters that it is illegal to transport Eurasian watcrmilfoil around the state along with their boats and trailers. Eruasian watcrmilfoil, an exotic (non-native) plant, has been idcntitied in 31 Minnesota lakes, the Mississippi River and Minnehaha Creek, according to Tom Sak, Eurasian watermilfoil program coordinator for the DNR. "It is very likely that other lakes have Eurasian watermilfoil," Sak said, "but they have yet to be identified." Sak said a Minnesota law went into effect last year that makes transportation of Eurasian watermilfoil on public roadways a misdemeanor violation. "The law was passed to help Area residents will have an opportunity to enjoy an evening with author Bill Holm at Literature Live presentations scheduled for:. Monday, April 29 at RTR School Library, Tyler, MN, 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 30 at Wabasso Public Library (basement), 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 1 at Fulda American Legion, 7 p.m. "Thursday, May 2 at Jackson Public The bright flowers of the )orickly pear cactus bloom r only one day. e , th live well transom well hitch rollers axle lower unit/propeller The single most Important thing Individuals can do is to stop the spread of Eurasian water miifoil. Remove all plant fragments from boats, motors, trailers, anchors, and other equipment, and dispose of them on shore well above the water line. Learn to identify Eurasian water milfoil and be on the alert for it. Notify the DNR of possible infestations. prevent the spread of this weed," Sak said. Since several native aquatic plants resemble Eurasian watermilfoil, the best policy is to clean all aquatic vegetation from boats and trailers before leaving any boat landing, he said. "Legislation alone will not stop the spread of this plant," Sak said. "We need the cooperation of everyone who uses Minnesota's lakes and waterwav. ." WINNERS OF THE DOOR PRIZES ARE: Gary Warner Rodney Maguire Keith W. Nelsen Bob Heggerston Richard VanDeWiele Diane Warner Caroline Danielowski Linda Engler Gene Kronback Leslie Nelsen Eleanor Bakken Robert Knakmuhs Please stop in at the elevator for your prize. influences which have shaped his Library (meeting room), 7:30p.m. writing style and will share Tuesday, Mary 14 at Human recitations from his published Services Building, Luverne, MN, works. 7:30 p.m. This Literature Live series is Holm, a resident of Minneota, sponsored by the Loft with funding MN has published a variety of provided by the Blandin literary works including poetry Foundationana the Otto Bremer (Music of Failure), Social Commentary (Coming Home Crazy: China Essays), Philosophical Meditation (Boxelder Bug Variations), and The Dead Get By With Everything, his most recent publication. During this presentation, Mr. Holm will comment on those Foundation and its Bremer First American Bank affiliates in cooperation with your community . library and the Plum Creek Library : System. For further information, please contact the Plum Creek Library System at 37 i-5803. SENTINEL &TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - Wastbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 24, 1991 Revere. Ray Haack - owners Brian Berg What new with is great news for seniors! Steve Severson Senior Gold-it's Blue Cross and Blue Shi,~.qd ofMinnesota~ - premier medi :'are supplement plan. Now Senior Gold is available statewide--through the entire Blue Cross and Blue Shield network That network includes 86% of all physicians, and virtually every hospital in the state. Even when you travel outside of Minnesota, your Senior Gold coverage is still with you. Here~ more good news. Optional prescription coverage, not included in most plans, is also available with Senior Gold. Best of all, Senior Gold coverage is affordable. And with our nonsmokers discount, you can lower your rates even more. To hear all the good news about Senior Gold, contact your local agent listed below. Stove Severson, Jon Ronstad Agency Bue Shidd Westbrook, MN. "" Ph: 507-274-5962 4