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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNIT00 Wednesday, June 5, 2013 Page 7 MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO June 3, 1998 Three Charger athlete's qualified for the State Track Meet this weekend. Erin Zempel (RRC) qualified in the 100 hurdles, Whitney Keuhl will run in two events, the 1600 meter and the 3200 meter, and Jane Mathiason will compete in the 300 meter hurdles. The Alfred Nelson Legion Post 267 and Auxiliary pur- chased three new pieces of health equipment for people to use in their home. The new items are an auto touch over- bed table, an adjustable fold- ing walker, and a shower chair with a back. Peace Corps, Minneapolis Regional Recruiting Office is proud to announce that Suzanne Hoffman, Walnut Grove, has accepted a posi- tion with Peace Corps to serve as an English teacher in Poland. Previously, she worked as a recreation thera- pist and taught school for several years. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 2, 1983 The King Koin Laundromat has been old to Mr. and Mrs. Allex Kerr of Walnut Grove by Mr. and Mrs. Walt Gremmert. The Gremmert's will move to their resort near Alexandria. Work has started on a pic- nic shelter in the downtown park in Walnut Grove. The Lions club and the Village are providing material and labor is provided as a project of the Western Community Action. The Walnut Grove Public Schools will have the service of a speech correctionist for the summer session, begin- ning June 10 and also for the 68-69 school year. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO June 6, 1968 Marilyn Farber was off and running in her two minutes of shopping at Drever's Market. She collected over $213 worth of groceries in that time. After a hint of real sum- mer weather on Friday, when we enjoyed 81 degrees, the Memorial Day weekend steadily deteriorated. Both sunday and Monday gave us cold winds and thermometer readings only reached the high fifties, spiced with showers and even reports of light hail late Monday after- noon. The Lower Plum Creek Park has a new fence. Four hundred feet of galvanized fence has been added around the softball fields there. There is also a fence the length of the playground, so we shouldn't have to worry about a little one darting out into the road. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph .507- 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 WILDER PAGEANT Walnut Grove, MN 36th annual outdoor drama based on the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder July 12-13, 19-20, 26-27, 2013 g ,on tte = = o,a  888 859 3102 W I . ,,nksoPu Ce Reserved Seats $14.00 P .... General Admission $12.00 LAKE OF THE WOODS Walnut AMVETS Wants You!l ] 31 'tAnnual Walnut Antique Show / / June 14-16, 2013 / Walnut AMVETS's Post#45. PO Box 746, Walnut, iowa, 51 Free Parking 712.784-3710 FreeAdmission I 300+ QUALrrY DEALERS 17 CiTY BLOCKS I Located about 50 miles east of Omaha, NE, and I 90 miles west of Des Moines, IA, at exit 46 of Interstate 80. I,"  www.waln utantiqueshow.com WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION June 10-14, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Spaghetti/meat sauce, garlic bread, lettuce salad, fruit cocktail Tuesday: Ham, mashed potatoes, green bean bake, bars Wednesday: Goulash, broccoli/cauliflower salad, fresh fruit Thursday: Pork cutlet, fried potatoes, cooked cab- bage, chocolate cake Friday: Taco salad, bread- sticks, ice cream 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. Wild about Reading held throughout area Wild about Reading will be held in 18 different parks in communities in this area throughout the summer. This is an oppor- tunity that encourages reading and supplement the Imagination Library early literacy program, locally sponsored by United Way of southwest Minnesota. parents and childcare providers are encouraged to bring their preschool or young chil- dren to the park nearest to them and enjoy the fun! The program will feature music, activities, reading by United Way Success by 6 volunteers and animal cracker snacks. Childcare providers who attend with She ,.!drcn in their c.are will receive a bag of books for their daycare. The time of the program in all loca- tions is 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. In case of bad weather, cancellation information will be broadcast on MNHL (1400 AM), KKCK (99.7 FM) Radio and mar- shallradio.net. June: Tuesday, June 18, Walnut Grove Park July: Tuesday, July 16, Milroy City Park CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 1-800-410-I 859 WWG High School 4th quarter honor roll A Honor Roll Grade 7: Lincoln Anderson, Addison Beaty, Jordyn Berg, Matthew Burns, Abraham Her, Kyle Kuehl, Anthony Ross, Regan Truedson, Xeng Vang, Lina Vue, Simba Xiong Grade 8: 'Calle Anderson, Megan DeSmith, Stacy Hanson, Jack Jorgenson, Cassidy Mischke, Beth Nelson, Makenna Takle, Pahnia Vue, Yer Xiong, Bao Yang Grade 9: Nicholas Berg, Morgan Dennistoun, Abby Herding, Mariah Olson, Jacob Otto, Juliana Pederson, Meng Vang Grade 10: Tarynn Dallenbach, Payton Determan, Zuag Paj Her, Kaylee Mischke, Sheng Thao, Dina Vosberg, Fa Vue, Elizabeth Woelber, Kao Xiong, Seng Xiong Grade 11: Tyson Berg, Dayna Comnick, Shiney Her, Zua Her, Trey Kockelman, Matthew Otto, Madison Takle, Pakou Vue, Si Vue, Mai Her Xiong, Steven Yang Grade 12: Darian Gilb, Stephanie Gundermann, Aaron Hass, Madelyne Hemp, Kylee Jenniges, Thomas Knudson, Taylor Lindaman, Dana Madson, Andrew Merrick, Hailey Osland, Megan Yang B Honor Roll Grade 7: Miranda Ankrum, Matthew' Deprez, Amanda Hartson, Keri Her, Caroline Homer, Cassandra Jackels, Thomas Lindstrom, Elias Lorenzo, Theresa Merrick, Mariah Soleta, Kelly Truedson, Kenna Wahl, Lue Yang, Paul Yang Grade 8: Dalton Anderson, Ashley Baker, Cole Bunting, Beth Ann Danielowski, Gabriele Grams, Adam Hass, Beau Herding, Tyler Keithahn, Matthew Kleven, Jared Sanchez, Koua Vang, Soulee Vue, Amanda Westberg, Emma Woelber, Chueyee Xiong, Meng Yang, Peter Yang, Sai Yang, Lawrence Zimmerman Grade 9: Brennon Cooley, Mc Kenzie Deprez, Kenji Hang, Kennedy Her, Brandon Pacholl, Ashton Quade, Bank Vang, Natalie Villegas, Grade 10: Sawyer Helgeson, Lena Her, Lincoln Her, Sophie Horkey, Markette Hubin, Mitchell Jarmer, Madeline Johnson, Haley Kindschy, Deziree Koenig, Tyler Schoborg, Brittany Vortherms, Bee Xiong, Xue Yang Grade 11: DylanAIbertson, Steffanie Ankrum, Shane Buchman, Levi Bunting, Alexander Burns, Alexa Byers, Hanna DeSmith, Hunter Gilb, Eli Gundermann, Affiny Her Austin Olson, Andrew Pederson, Jeshua Thao, Jimmy Woelber, Benzie Yang, Tom Yang Grade 12: Reed Bakken Megan Dallenbach, Paige Erickson, Calvin Hang, Cha Her, Logan Hotzler, Kelsi Long-Wahl, Hunter Priegnitz, Vang Vue, Yuepan Vue, John Yang WWG Elementary Sc I 4th quarter honor rol h A Honor Roll Grade 5: Camryn, Bunting, Madion Dennistoun, Samuel Helmer, Katherine Jorgenson, Jace Paplow Grade 6: Joel Byers, Daniel DeSmith, Brittany Erickson, MaKayla Ewy, Parker Freeburg, Lily Her, Talitha Horkey, Jacob Kleven, Anna Larson, Ben Olson, Emily Onken, Andrew Quade, Skyler Swenhaugen, Rachel Villegas, Gracie Wahl, Linda Xiong, Levi Yang B Honor Roll Grade 5: Benjamin Anderson, Kelly Berglund, Xiong Lee, Kayla Reimers, Nathan Ross, Halle Steen, Kora Wahl Grade 6: Jerome Davis, Ashley McDermott, Grace Woelber D NR urges people to leave fawns alone i : ,' May: i.s the :m0fl When most fawns are born. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is urging people to leave fawns alone. While a new fawn may appear helpless, it's impor- tant not to interfere with the doe's natural instinct for rais- ing its young, DNR officials said. A doe's method of rearing offspring is different from a human's, especially for the first few weeks. Wildlife officials explained it this way: Within hours of birth, the fawn is led to a secluded spot and the doe lets it nurse. Then the doe leaves to feed and rest herself, out of sight but within earshot. In four or five hours, she will return to feed her young and take them to a new hiding place. Only when the fawns are strong enough to outrun INJURED AT WORK? /mm00 Lost Wages? Unpaid Bills? Can I Get Fired? s,s FREE advice- confidential Toll Free 1-888-212-6820 www.FieldsWorklnju ry.com Hablamos Espafiol To swivel m' not swivel, that Is the #ue#tlon. 250 IN STOCK! 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Feeding deer can concen- trate animals in feeding areas which makes them more sus- ceptible to predation, vehicle collisions, or other unwanted human interactions. What begins as a good intention to help the animal ultimately lessens the animal's ability to survive independen I For questions "l[Jtt an interaction with a wild ani- mal, contact a DNR area wildlife office for sugges- tions. In most cases, letting nature take its course is the best advice. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410- 1859 RECEIVE UP TO A $1,200 rebate" when you buy a qualifying Lennox Home Comfort System. Up to $500 in Federal Tax Credits" Dave / ennox PREMIER DEALER" Lamberton Heating & Plumbing, Inc. (507) 752-7451 105 South Main St. / Lamberton, MN 56152 Serving Lamberton and the Surrounding Area for over 50 years Since 1953 * 2003 Lennox Partnering For Excellence Award Offer expires June 14, 2013