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TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, June 30, 2004 Page 3 Wilder Festival Walnut Grove Wilder will be held on July 10, 17 and a.m. to 6 p.m. each the Pageant Grounds Creek. inment for the Saturday includes a nostalgic rock band from Fulda. favorites from the to md 60's. The band "Backroads from the Twin and the "Pageant will perform, too. "Laura-Nellie Look-a- contest will be held July 10. July 17, "Katy Young from the Cities area will play jazz, jump blues swing music. The Men's octette singing various a numbers and the Tide" Irish musicians from will also be per- their interesting program. The last Saturday, July 24, will bring from Astoria, SD a bluegrass group "Lonesome Rail". Also per- forming will be "Singleton Street" a folk, bluegrass and gospel group from the Twin Cities. Finally, "Blind Moose" a group from the St. Peter area will be playing semi-acoustic style rock and roll, old jazz, swing, country, bluegrass, traditional and modern folk. The Dave Doubler Family will be demonstrat- ing and displaying "Civil War artillery on July 17 and 24. The Barn will have Jo Wilson's and other local arti- san's quilts and goods on display. There will be an ecumenical church service held on July 18 at 9:30 a.m. at the Festival site. So, come enjoy the great enter- tainment, food and activities for all ages at the 2004 Wilder Festival. days - page 1 o'clock a new bean bag tourna- :Was held near the beer was bingo held in shelter at 1:00. It there was a minor the Rrst game, forgot to use the was difficult to get a Perhaps they will a new game called 4:00 the Grand bega with floats, school band, and politicians. the parade the food stand opened supper for the hun- watchers. the streetlance front of the VFW featuring music by there was an Co July 4th holiday hours Deadline for the Peach ads will be Thursday, July 1st at 5 p.m.; Sentinel ads and news items Friday, July 2nd, 4 p.m. Local news will not be called for this week. Sentinel Tribune office will be closed Monday, July 5. Please help us meet these deadlines. g Social really think Social is about retire- think again. Millions depend on checks from to pay bills feed their children. Americans are not but they are fatal- have suffered a death of a parent i individual in the faro- endured a serious at work. must acknowledge aOme of these individu- on this govern- aid and that Social is not strictly a for the retirees of Nearly 51,000 throughout the receive monthly aid Security. disability provi- CUrrently available to no be within after the baby we discuss and deal Our U.S. deficit, we millions of citi- who need Social in the lurch. It's begin understand- Social Security Sell, Rent m the ;ified ads Sentinel rune 274-6136 1859 Workin on the railroad This crew was busy replacing ties on the DM&E railroad just west of Walnut Grove last Thursday afternoon. Independence Day 2004 By Carolyn Van Loh explode it. It is teasingly Sentinel Tribune remote in one way, but deeply personal and pre- This weekend scient and immanent in Americans' thoughts will be another. focused on parties, picnics, Freedom is a gift of God fireworks, and a Monday to all men eye,where, for without reporting to work all time. You can try to sell or (farmers excluded!). Much exchange it for security, but has been written about what you get in the deal is Freedom. Donald Haynes slavery, or slow death. The understands Freedom, as he other word is security. expresses in the following You can try to buy it, piece, but you cannot really buy it, Freedom is not no matter how much securi- Negotiable. Freedom can- ty you think you are willing not be put in a bottle, or on a to throw into the scales, for stick like a Popsicle, or "FREEDOM IS OT sliced, or weighed out in NEGOTIABLE!" pounds. You cannot reduce it You have it, that is, to print, or compress it, or whether you like it or not, define it, or spray it, or whether you appreciate it or do not use it. You got it when you were born; you will have it until you die. And no man or state or dictator, no mat- ter how tyrannical, can take it away from you. The Declaration of Independence states with crystal clarity that all men "are endowed by their cre- ator with certain unalien- able Rights." Here is the pre- cise and exact meaning of the word "unalienable:" free- dom cannot be taken away" ever! We may not appreciate freedom enough to exercise it. We may not practice it. We may ignore it. We may pass laws or insensibly allow our representatives to pass laws to limit, obscure, or cir- cumvent freedom. But with or without us, freedom remains set by the hand of God, fixed in eternity. We can stand up tall and live up to it, or we can supinely lie down and let it go by without us. 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