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TRIBUNE ..Area Focus Wednesday, June 30, 2004 Page I I music at Evening of Praise Van Loh Tribune evening the at the Westbrook Center enjoyed Measure of quartet and Eldon Larson. ! of Praise members of the Windom Area Eldon Fulda, grew up in area. of Praise sang of gospel hymns p-style. continued the with his coun- numbers. The old "Sweet Hour of was sung by both the men's quartet. evening of music Measure of "The Star Banner," and Eldon Larson "God Bless the Larson was into the song, of the audience and by the everyone was standing in country. enjoyed good fel- pie, ice cream, following the con- cert. The evening was spon- sored by the Westbrook Kiwanis, and Kiwanis mem- ber Donna Nelsen reminded those present that all dona- tions for the pie and ice cream would go to the Westbrook Health Center. Francis Cohrs and Orlen Grams served ice cream after the performance Thursday evening. Below the "Measure of Praise" otuartet performed at the community center. County calendar 2 . 4-H Picnic Day tournament regis- deadline Independence Day office closed 10 - 4-H Picnic Day, 8:30 a.m., Slayton Ball Diamonds July 10 - 4-H Exchange Families Silent Auction at Picnic Day July 12 - County Fair reg- istration forms due July 13 - 4-H Livestock Committee, 7:30 p.m., Courts Building Have a safe & happy 4th of July! We will be CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 5 Security Bank Storden, MN. 507-445-3417 I Storden & Lamberton July 14-18 LaPlata County, Colorado 4-H Exchange visits Murray County CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE Summer Field Day at Southwest Research and Outreach Center The U of M Southwest Research and Outreach Center's (SWROC) Summer Field Day will take place Wednesday, July 7, 2004. Four tours featuring research currently conduct- ed at the SWROC by the U of M College of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences on Water Quality, Weed Control, Crop Diseases and Insects, and Soybean Breeding/Soybean Rust are planned. Also fea- tured will be information on Soybean Rust presented by Marti Draper SDSU, Extension Plant Pathologist. Tours will depart between 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. Each tour will last approximately one hour. New this year will be an expanded Crop Problems Consultation Clinic. U of M Specialists in weeds and insects, soybean production, corn production, soils, tillage, and pest control will be available to visit with producers on specific prob- lems and concerns. This clinic will run from 8 am until noon. This year's Summer Field Day will include a hor- ticulture program beginning at 9:00 am. Coffee and bars will be available beginning at 8:00 am. A Whopper Feed will be held from 11:00 am - 12:30 pro. Field Day tours and activities will include: Water Quality Tour: Comparison of Nutrient Losses from Conventional and Alternative Cropping Systems -- Jeff Strock, U of M, Soil Scientist; Kari Roll', U of M, Graduate Research Assistant; Sources of Sediment in the MN River Basin -- Satish Gupta, U of M, Soil Scientist Weed Control Tour: Weed Control -- Jeff Gunsolus, U of M, Weed Scientist; Timing of Glyphosate Application, Milt Haar, U of M, Weed Scientist Disease and Insect Tour: Corn Rootworms: Transgenic Seed Treatments of Insecticide? -- Ken Ostlie, U of M, Entomologist; Brown Stem Rot and Sudden Death Syndrome: Two Look-alike Diseases of Soybeans -- Jim Kurle, U of M, Plant Pathologist Net action Action was hot and heavy at times during the Fun Days Volleyball Tournament Saturday in the city park. Soybean Breeding and Soybean Rust Tour: Soybean Breeding for Iron- Deficiency Chlorosis m Lori Scott, U of M, Plant Breeder; Soybean Rust -- Marti Draper, SDSU, Extension Plant Pathologist Horticulture Tour and Program: 9 a.m. -- SWROC Vegetable Garden Tour - Topics to include: mulching, weed manage- ment by transplanting sweet corn, vinegar weed manage- ment, varietal trial of egg- plant, three sisters planting method. 10:00 a.m.  Pruning trees and Shrubs including demonstration; Jim Buckley- Redwood Falls Nursery 11:00 a.m. -- Hostas - Solutions for Shady Areas; Ken Anderson-Country Lane Nursery Consultation Clinic: 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. -- U of M Crop Production spe- cialists will be available throughout the day to infor- mally address individual questions Clinic specialists will be: *Corn Production, Dale Hicks; *Soil Fertility, George Rehm; *Soybean production, Seth Naeve; *Insect and Weed Identification/Current Plant Pest Problems, Kevin Cavanaugh and Bruce Potter; *Tillage Issues, Jodie DeJong-Hughes Continuing education units for Certified Crop Advisers have been applied for. 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SERVICES Skin Cancer Screening Glucose Testing Lung Screens Hemoglobin Count Body Mass Index Blood Pressure Readings Hearing Tests Allergy/Asthma Screenings Orthotic Foot Screen Peripheral Arterial Disease Screening (bl(x)d pressure taken on extremities, gives indication of ch-culatlon problens) WHAT COU!D BE BETTER THAN FREE?? Take advantage of this convenient opportunity. Other Tests done with pre-registration. To pre-register or more information, call 1-800-515-6544, ext. 4122.