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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, May 11, 2011 Page 7 MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO May 9, 2001 Pastor Michael Smith shared a humorous poem with a group of women gath- ered together at the United Methodist Church Saturday morning. The women were attending a special breakfast and program organized by the Walnut Grove Ministerium. Tracy and Slayton Equipment have donated the use of a John Deere Trail Gator to both Walnut Grove and Westbrook schools through October. Rep. Ted Winter has announced that the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and Tourist Center in Walnut Grove will receive a $1945 state grant from the MN Historical Society. The grant will be used to upgrade the documentation system for the Museum's historical arti- fact collection. TWENTY YEARS AGO May 8, 1991 Police Chief Rusty Miller visited the kindergarten class at the Walnut Grove school Monday afternoon and talked to the students about safety. Dick and Uvonne VanHecke attended com- mencement exercises at Concordia College at Moorhead, Sunday, May 5. Their son, Dave, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and English Writing. John VanHecke of St. Paul was also at the graduation. On Monday, April 29, Walnut Grove Girl Scout Troop 643 visited the Fred and Darla Bloch farm by Westbrook. The group saw rabbits, cows, chicken, foxes, etc. TRIRTY YEARS AGO May 7, 1981 Linnea Johnson, a junior at the Walnut Grove High School, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Johnson, Walnut Grove, has been cho- sen to represent Walnut Grove at the 35th annual Girls State to be held at the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul. Jim Sell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sell, has been selected to attend Boys' State on the campus of St. Olaf College, Northfield. Cooler temperatures and very high winds prevailed the past week with just a spatter- ing of moisture on Sunday and Monday. Strong winds were responsible for the col- lapse of the building that had been moved in to house "The Wheel Across the Prairie" museum in Tracy. Cast members set for 2011 Fragments of a Dream pageant Heidi Morgan - Old Laura Ingalls Jan Mason - Caroline Ingalls Sami Ward - Carrie Ingalls Errol Steffen - Charles Ingalls Anna Lee - Grace Ingalls & Alice Kennedy Anna Larson Laura Ingalls Sawyer Helgeson - Mary Ingalls Nikki Jorgenson - Aunt Docia Steve Jones - Doc Hoyt & Mr. Hansen Kate Jorgenson - Esther Hoyt Juiie Danielowske - Myra Hoyt Sam Kleven - Arthur Bedal Daryl Hrdlicka - Ellias Bedal & Reverend Alden Brenni Veit - Maria Clark Bedal Emily Bonderson - Sarah Bedal Rebecca Swanson - Helen Bedal Alex Hrdlicka - James Bedal Jack Hrdlicka - John Bedal Megan Schmitt - Lottie Bedal Jordan Bosacker - Lydia Bedal Shannon Helgeson Margaret Oleson Amy Van Dorsten - Nellie Kyle Asp - James Kennedy Wendy Rogotzke Margaret Keamedy Megan DeSmith - Nettle Kennedy Jacob Kleven - Sandy Kennedy Sarita Hook - Patricia Kennedy Emily Onken - Prudence Kennedy Daniel DeSmith - Thomas Kennedy Jacob Schmitt - Johnny Johnson ChristopherRadloff Clarence Spurr Hannah Jones - Anna Nelson Matt Coleman - Eleck Nelson Orion Knakmuhs Frederick Nelson Maddie Lambert - Julie Nelson Victoria Bayer - Mary Nelson Miranda Ankrum - Lila Nelson Kameron Kemerling Genny Mastors Dan Kleven George Masters Kalliope Milne - Jessica Masters Monday Milne - Josephine Masters Alex Kleven - Lissie Masters Kris Edwards - Nancy Oleson Masters George Mason - William Tyler Edwards - William Oleson Masters, Jr. Matt Kleven - Willie Mariah S91eta - Maybeth Oleson Masters Cindy Van Dorsten - Mrs. Jodi Haen - Clementina Hansen & Olena Nelson Bedal Elirena Veit - Amanda Beth Danielowski - Eva Kennedy Bedal Madison Dennistoun Nathan Olsem - Layfette Catherine Kennedy Bedal Zeug - Woitalewicz engagement Doug and Doris Zeug of Lucan, MNjoyfully announce the engagement of their daughter Sheri to Sam Woitalewicz of Fulda, MN. Sheri will graduate from Avalon School of Cosmotology in Worthington in early September. Sam will graduate from SMSU in May of 2012 with an education major. Their wedding date is August 27, 2011. MURRAY COUNTY 4-H CLUB NEWS May 16 -YELLO! regis- tration and payment due in office May 16 - 4-H Animal ID forms due in office May 16 - Pizza Garden sign up deadline CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager Warm greetings to all from Country View Senior Living Community tenants and staff. We have certainly enjoyed the beautiful weather and the ability to get outdoors. Some of the tenants are preparing for summer by placing their flower planters outdoors waiting for the weather to warm up at night. Activities this week have included Bible study with Pastor Tim, Wii, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee, PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, BINGO, SkipBo, Dominoes, the U of M speaker, bus ride downtown and the ice cream social. Coming up next week, there will be hand and foot can~ta, Ecumenical church service on Thursday and the Kelley Boys on Friday at 2 p.m. The regularly sched- uled activities will also take place each day. That's the news from the country. Have a great week Mike Eckers to visit the Redwood County Museum Author and Historian Mike Eckers will be visiting the Redwood County Museum at 913 W Bridge St on the west edge of Redwood Falls on Sunday, May 22 at 1:00 p.m. Eckers has studied the his- tory of the American military and of MN for more than 40 years and published 3 books on the Civil War that will be available for purchase. Dressed in period clothing, Eckers will be presenting talks focusing on MN in the Civil War and Dakota War of 1862. He speaks as one who has "seen the elephant", describing the fighting, the food, the fear, and even the fun that was all part of daily life in th 1860's military. Book signing will follow the presentation. Refreshments will be avail- able for a free-will donation. For details, contact Pat Lubeck, Curator, at 507-641- 3329. These equine were enjoying a sunny morning in a pasture on the Dave Doubler farm last week. 9 or in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 This worker from Bargen Inc. was busy routing cracks in Walnut Grove last week as part of the crack filling program. 188233 lhen South on H /10.I Hwy 14 Wr neUta [Hwy : amberton 18384 Co. 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