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OINT ATION FAMILY INDEX PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 CO,'AtAUt',4 =v COMMUN TY SPOR% CLASS FlED COMMbNiTY PAGE 8 PAGE 9 PAGE 1 0 PAGE 11 PAGE 1 2 KITTEN AMONGST THE LILIES ON PAGE 9 ******************************** 72852 ? O9-12--49 ?3P 22S ES; F=LE :4C 55 80 20 0ARK AR 72852-952 ,esday 7, 2004 15 cents entinel ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 44 O 12 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition Jray community geared up for Centennial and Sund00, filled with es for all ages Van Loh Tribune marker on Highway 30 that Dovray boasts 67 This weekend, however. will be multiplied many former residents, their and friends from the sur- area converge on the small its 100th birthday. the branch line of the r railroad from Bingham Lake crossed Dovray Township. Land Company. a sub- !of the Omaha road. platted a along the railroad. The civil the plat dated his 12. 1904. The first set- Dovray Township, Nils S. was born in Dovre. Norway. in 1867 and was elected !Treasurer in 1882. of a village had started north, but some of the busi- to the newly platted I where Dovray stands today. put on the books on October or(tered "automobiles shall faster than 8 miles an hour of Dovray." Sources a change in the ordi- .t-,:i.rtol' n(,d ;n this weekend. er eant off Dovray Headlights 4-H club worked on a mural in the shelter at the park. From left Cole White, Darla Block and Caleb Cohrs. Saturday and Sunday are filled with activities for all ages, sarting with volleyball, basketball, and a chil- dren's pet show at 10 AM Saturday. Horseshoe matches will be taking plau !k.g-.5: ts :,,.'r.l] Thoe who like a bargain will want to check out the year events will during the week run Merchant Tribune GROVE -- At night the come up on the the 2004 pageant *ill recreate the fom Fragments of Ila. pageant a play 1 by James is based on the children's book On of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls story tells of childhood days in (rove. live performance intricate hydrauli- sets which in and out as for specific scenes. site is located in a amphitheater west of Walnut the Banks of The Ingalls family Charles (Errol Steffen), Carolyn (Mary Zwach), Mary (Sam Meyer), Laura (Maddie Frank), Carrie (Kassidyu Przymus), and Grace (lla Bartholomew). Plum Creek. Follow the Ingalls and the early days of Walnut Grove. Watch as the first church in Walnut Grove is built in minutes. See Laura and her schoolmates as they play in the school yard. Sit in on the towns first town council meeting. Laugh at the antics of the Oleson family as they deal with comical family issues. Experience the difficulties the families endure as they fight drought, insects, and a real prairie fire. Live animals pulling wagons and buggies add to the realistic portrayals done by talented local actors. The pageant again has been included in the top twenty five Group tours of events and festivals. Wilder Pageant Continued on page 3 flea market that starts at 10 AM. History buffs can learn about Dovray's first 100 years from 11 AM - 2 PM in the church basement. Dovray Centennial Continued on page 12 Ashley Hansen will reign over Dovray Centennial By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune DOVRAY Ashley Hansen, a junior at Westbrook Walnut Grove High School ,was select- ed as the Dovray Centennial Queenthis week. Ashley is the daughter of Herb and Marcia Hansen of Dovray. Hansen said, "I'm excited to be the queen for the centenni- al  and it will proba- bly be the last one. Ashle is looking forward to vis- iting with friends and relatives who will be here foi, the centennial The social part will be real- ly fur,. She will be riding in the centennial parade this weekend, but she does not know about any other parades. Ashley likes hanging out with her friends, going to the lake, swimming, boating and water skiing. In school her favorite subject was B.O.L.T. Enterprise class. She likes the hands on work -- and learning about how business operates. She participates in band, choir, choralaires, dance line, and golf. She is president of the Dovray Headlights 4-H club. Ashley likes living in a small 'town envi- onment. You know everybody and everyone is friendly -- it's peaceful and quiet. I am really looking for- ward to the cen- tennial it should be fun. , ,,, ;!:  # , , , OLD FASHION FOURTH Fortieth anniversary celebration By Carolyn Van Loh Sentinel Tribune Attending the old-fash- ioned ice cream social at Old Westbrook Lutheran Church is a tradition for many people. A number of folks have attended all, or nearly all, of the July Fourth get-togethers. On Sunday, church members hosted the 40th annual social. Although it is called an ice cream social, ice cream is only one of many foods served. Ladies of the church served hot dogs, barbeques, and coney dogs accompanied by beans and salad. A large assortment of home made pies with ice cream topped off the meal. Proceeds from the food sales benefit youth programs. Pastor Mike Stangland brought a short devotional from Galatians 6:10. Before the musical portion of the program, Rev. Arthur Aadland, who organized the first social in 1964, offered a prayer of thanks for the blessings we share and the freedoms we take for grant- ed in America. Rev. Arthur Aadland, retired pastor of Old Westbrook, prayed and thanked God for the freedoms often taken for granted in America. He was Instrumental in organizing the first ice cream social in 1964. It was fitting that one of Old Westbrook's former young people returned for the '40th anniversary cele- bration. Barbara Kopperud, pastor of Wanamingo Lutheran Church, was just five years old at the fLrst celebration. The year the church cele- brated its lOOth anniver- sary, she remembers mem- bers putting on a pageant that portrayed a portion of the church's history. Barbara remarked about how she and her friends enjoyed climbing the old trees around the church, Old fashioned Continued on page 3 83/68 85/67 80/63 Partly A few thun- Nctered cloud)', dcrstorms thunder- chance of a psible. .ttrms. tlighs thunder- in Ihc love, storm. 8 and lows in the lo'o, ()s. 83/64 Mostly sunny. High,, in the low 8Os and Iow, in the mid 6tN. Watch for Next Weeks American Profile INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2004 Sentinel Tribune