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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Page 9 WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES May 20-24, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Meatloaf, baked potato, baked beans, pears Tuesday: Pork chop, cheesy hashbrowns, green beans, Oreo cheesecake Wednesday: Tortillini/ meat sauce, breadstick, cot- tage cheese salad, apple crisp Thursday: Country fried steak, scalloped potatoes, CA medley, pudding Friday: Salmon loaf, mashed potatoes, creamed peas, watermelon 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. COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manager We are gearing up for summer type weather! The planters are getting filled with flowers and we are talk- ing about extending the side- walk to create an outdoor walking path with the help from the Walnut Grove Lions Club. It's exciting for me to see the sunshine and enjoy the warm weather! This week, the tenants had the opportunity to participate in nail painting, hand & foot canasta, J-I-N-G-O, PoKeNo, BINGO, SkipBo, Kings Comer, Ecumenical Church and Bible Study with Pastor Tim, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee, Rummy, the bus ride down- town Walnut Grove and Jack Carter providing special musical entertainment on Friday afternoon. Next week, there will be blood pressure checks, soli- taire frenzy, the bus to Marshall on Wednesday, Stretching, Bone Builders and "bandanna day" and root beer floats on Friday. Congratulations to all of the local graduates from the staff and tenants at Country View. We wish them a great start with much success as they take the next step for- ward in their lives. That's the news from the country! Have a great week! State group honors St. Luke's nurse Jodi Kolar of St. Luke's College was recently hon- ored as one of the 100 Great Iowa Nurses. Sponsored by the Iowa Nurses Association, the pro- gram recognizes nurses for their commitment, compe- tence and courage in the field. Kolar serves as depart- ment chair and associate professor in the Department of Nursing Education at St. Luke's College. With 30 years of experience, she began her career at St. Luke's in 1983, working as a staff nurse in St. Luke's surgical unit. She went on to join St. Luke's college in 1989 as a nursing instructor and then assistant professor before being named as asso- ciate professor in nursing in 2008. Jodi is a 1979 graduate of Walnut Grove High School and a 1983 graduate of Mankato State college, she and the 100 Great Iowa Nurses were honored on Sunday, May 5, 2013 at the Veteran's Memorial audito- rium Grand Ballroom in Des Moines, IA. Jodi is the daughter of June and the late Ken Glib of Walnut Grove. Monday morning the Wilder Museum hosted a couple bus loads of area school children. Above: This group looked at artifacts of Laura Ingalls Wilder in the Depot building. Below: The gift shop was very busy selling souvenir items to the visitors. 'i J MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO May 13, 1998 Alfred Nelson Post #267, Walnut Grove, h~, ~elected Jess|oh Baker, d~tugliter 6f" Norm and Ann Baker to attend the annual MN American Legion Auxiliary Girls State session June 15 through June 20. Jessica is a junior at Walnut Grove High School. Monday afternoon, May 4, Jean Knakmuhs who works for Redwood county Soil and Water Conservation, visited the Walnut Grove Elementary School third and fourth grade multi-age class to explain soil, water and plant prob- lems. and benefits. The stu- dents are taught by Mr. Paul Olson, and Miss Heidi Cook. Scouts receiving their Gold Awards at the Awards Ceremony held at English Lutheran Church on Sunday, May 3, were Troop 656 Leader Rennae Krentz, Senior Scouts Rusty Krentz, Sara Lund, and Heather Hanson. THIRTY YEARS AGO May 12, 1983 At the MN Federated Club Women's Sate Convention Saturday, Shirley Knakmuhs took first place in the Creative Stitchery class. Her entry entitled "Dandelions and Lace" was a variety of crewel stitches, white on a brown background. Seven hundred students auditioned for the All-State Choir at Springfield on March 30; Richard Hansen of. Watunt, G e e, vas, one of the 60 who made it. The Walnut Grove school board approved the purchase of computer equipment to beef up the schools computer program, but decided to hold off on the purchase of an Apple II computer and other equipment, which would have been used to put much of the schools' record keep- ing on a computer basis. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO May 16, 1968 A group of eighth grade boys were busy planting shrubbery and trees Tuesday afternoon for a windbreak just east of St. Paul's Catholic Church. Work on the project is being done by the FFA Chapter. From May 13, 1943 - An unseasonable snow storm left more than an inch of snow on the gound yesterday moming after several weeks of contin- ued cold weather. Spots of snow remained on the ground until afternoon. Drever's Market -- Fruit cocktail, 4 cans/ $1.00; Catsup, 20 oz., 29 cents; Robin Hood flour, 5 lb. bag, 49 cents; 1 lb. carrots, 9 cen- ter; rib steak, 69 cents/lb. BUY, SELL, OR RENT in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 212692 ~ F~er| Ya~m ~IL .... I 1 Aneat selection of annu ,,' " 41 I I ,perennials, seeds veg' I "w 14 lO ] et~lbles, hanging baskets & | I """"" "" '"""'e I *Lamberton 18384 C0. Hwy. 10, Walnut Grove - 7 1/2 miles North of 14 on Hwy. 10 507-747-2902 or 507-828-8639 OPEN Mon.- Fri. noon- 8 p.m.; $at.lO a.m. - 8 p.m.; Sun. 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. Choosing ACRE or DCP on the farm "n 2013 Ag News Wire By Kent Olson U of MN Extension The extension of the 2008 Farm Bill opens up the deci- sion to participate in either of the safety net programs: the Average C '9P :Revenu e Election (ACRE) program or the Direct and Countercyclical Program (DCP). Farmers have until June 3, 2013 to sign up for the ACRE program and August 2, 2013 for the DCP program. Under the earlier rules of the 2008 Farm Bill, farmers who signed up for ACRE had to remain in ACRE through 2012. The exten- sion changes that require- ment. Even if farmers signed up for ACRE before, the extension allows them to change their choice and sign up for DCP if they think that is a better choice for them in 2013. (Farmers are not required to sign up for either program, but par- ticipation makes sense for 2013 in almost all cases.) The 2013 decision to sign up for ACRE involves some uncertainty because the drought of 2012 has cast doubt on the potential yields for 2013 and thus the poten- tial market prices. Also, changes in the demand side for grains may have weak- ened the market's ability to absorb higher production at current price levels. At this point in early May, the decision seems to tilt toward the sign up for the DCP in 2013. Prices for the 2013 crop are still strong in the futures markets. And so far yields are not expect- ed to drop drastically due to late planting. As we learn more about the planting season and poten- tial production levels and price movements, this situa- tion may change. So farm- ers need to pay attention to these changes and make their final choice between ACRE and DCP closer to the deadline of June 3. Due to this uncertainty and their individual situa- tions, every farmer needs to evaluate his or her own con- ditions and payment limits and decide whether the ACRE or DCP program is the best option for their farm in 2013. Farmers and their advisers can use a worksheet pro- vided by University of Minnesota Extension (http://z.umn.edu/dkf) to help them evaluate their sit- uation for the 2013 deci- sion. When a devastating ice storm affected electric equipment in our area the week of April 8, your local electric utilities swung into action. We mobilized our people and equipment. Our crews spent many long hours in challenging conditions to restore power as quickly as was safely possible. We appreciate your support and patience during the restoration period. Working together, we are committed to providing the most reliable electric service possible. We are proud to serve this region, and are once again reminded why it is a privilege to serve your energy needs. Thank you! ALLIANT ENERGY. 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