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TRIBUNE CES IN THE PAST YEARS AGO July 6, 1994 B. Johnson, Pastor Baptist Church, ordained to the ministry by his local Pastor Johnson has for the min- since 1981. but his indicates a wider by churches Lthe State Association. Wallie Hager and Ahrens. Tract: home Saturday 2-week visit with l'Iager's daughters. Barbara, and and families in Former manager Nylo Schmalz will be staying on to assist Lamb. Carolyn Van Loh was a winner in the Creative Circles May sales contest because of the outstanding sales for the month. YEARS AGO July 5, 1984 Carey was crowned 1984 in the Pageant last Friday Christie Christensen runner up. Hilja was named Miss damb has been the new manager at Community THIRTY YEARS AGO July 4, 1974 Janet Jansma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Jansma of Walnut Grove, left Friday for Lima, Peru, where she will be working with mis- sionaries under the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism Mission' Board. Janet will be in Peru for the summer. Tige Lily? Westbrook fire depart- r ment was called to the George Ackerman farm 6 miles SW of town Monday afternoon when some bales of hay being hauled into the yard started on fire. Doug Bakke, Dovray, took first place in the Tyler- Tracy-Westbrook Tournament held at Rolling Hills Golf Club. Bakke sunk a birdie on the final hole to win by one stroke. Lumber Co. ant from Senator n on Iraqi transition of our men and women in uniform has been a burden almost too great to bear, but a free and democratic Iraq and victory over terrorism are worthy of this sacrifice. I applaud the transition from occupation to a sover- eign Iraq. Today the message is clear to the violent insur- gents within Iraq that have tried so hard to keep this day from coming: You have failed. Freedom will always overcome fear, liberty will defeat your violence. the American of Iraq ended, birth of freedom in East began. Iraq another step for- becoming a nation by its people. work in Iraq, we is far from Coalition made a to establish a stable and secure Iraq, and it is a we must keep. Iraq has tough and trying it will continue to time. Tlae_Jos s Norman and Margaret Kelm, who live southeast of Westbrook, had an Easter Lily blooming in a flower bed on July 4th. Margaret planted the lily outside her farm home in the spring of 2003, but it didn't grow much. This spring the plant decided to grow and blossom. Five flowers were in full bloom, one was ready to open, and seven more were getting ready to bloom in a few days. Murray County 4-H calendar July 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 July 14-18 LaPlata County, Colorado 4-H Exchange visits Murray County July 16 - Day Camp regis- tration deadline July 17 - 4-H Livestock Fitting & Showmanship Clinic, fail'grounds By Sandy Anderson Gas plant Some perennials have foliage that gets tacky look- ing after flowering, while others have nice foliage that remains an asset all through the growing season. One such garden plant is gas plant, an attractive, long- lived perennial that is a member of the rue family; a group that also includes cit- rus fruits. The name refers to a volatile oil produced by the plant that can supposed- ly give a flash of light if a lighted match is held under the clusters of seed capsules on a warm, still summer evening. Be cautious when handling the foliage, since this oil can cause dermal irri- ration to people with sensi- tive skin. (I can verify this as l broke out after weeding right under the plant and brushed up against it. It is a beautiful plant though and next time I will be more care- ful and wear long sleeves.) Gas plant grows about 3 feet tall and 3 feet wide with a dense, rounded form. Because of their size and substance, they can be used as a seasonal small shrub. The gloss); leathery leaves are dark green and retain their deep color until late in fall. Both the foliage and flowers are fragrant and when the parts are crushed in the hand, they' have the fragrance of a lemon. Wednesday, July 7, 2004 Page 9 Gas plants bloom for sev- eral weeks in late spring or early summer. There are plants with white flowers and also one that has flowers that are a light lilac-pink with darker purple veins. The flowers are borne on erect spikes. Choose your site carefully as the gas plant resents dis- turbance. When once planted it should be left in the same position always, for as the plant grows older it will pro- duce many more and taller flower stems. Gas plants should be planted in a sunny location with loamy, well- drained soil conditions. Provide water during dry spells, although once estab- lished drought does not seem to affect them. They have no major insect or disease prob- lems. Gas plants are more easily raised from seeds or pur- chased as small seedlings than by root division. The seeds should be sown as soon as they are ripe in the fall. If the seed is sown in the spring, pour boiling water over them first, or they will not germinate easily. It may take from two to four years for the flower spikes to appear on young plants. NOTICE TO SUB- SCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal two weeks prior to the expiration date. i WALNUT GROVE MARKETPLACE ONE WEEKEND ONLY! 10, 11 at Walnut Grove City Park 10 a.rn. - 6 p.m. - Art - Collectibles - Crafts - Clothing - Flea Market Treasures - New Goods - Horse Drawn Carriage Rides St. Olaf Pageant Supper Serving from 4:30 to 7:30 pan. at the Walnut Grove Community Center MENU: 2 pc. Chicken (Med Club), mashed potatoes w/gravy, corn. coleslaw, roll, lemonade or coffee $5_50 Pie and ice cream $ ! _50 funds applied for Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Anniverm7 RV SMe July 12= through Saturday, July 17= k",y$1[-..i ilo|l it-In AIell Uin dliiSld;! el Idlg'1. I lip. I ikq ei un Pop & Hot DO" Door  & WIE Fest tldmCs w#h RV from sJtet will not be @nderseld! l,lwy I0 gtde Faib, MN Pageant Luncheon Ecumenical Youth Pageant Supper SATURDAY, JULY 10 SATURDAY, JULY 10 Serving 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. - at the Walnut Grove Community Center, MENU: Hot Turkey Sandwich, Sloppy Joe's, Coleslaw, Chips, Pie, Cake, Ice Cream, Beverages Fund raiser for Youth Mission Trips 11:30 to 1:30 Walnut Grove United Methodist Church Hot Turkey Sandwiches, Hot Dogs, Salad, Beans, Pies & Beverages A la Carte Pricing Q @ 0 @ 0 walnutgrove.org Walnut Grove, MN 27th annual outdoor drama based on the life of . Laura Ingalls Wilder July 9-10-11, 16-17-18, 23.24-25 Pageant Yokels Tourist Informatn 888-859-3102 888-528-7298 SHETEK THERAPY SERVICES 5-K FUN RUN/WALK SATURDAY, JULY 17 7:30 a.m. to Noon EIxI.O-Lin Park In Ctu'd, MN Run/walk your way to great health along the scenic course on Currie's Bike Trail! Registration =10 ($20 max/ family). Registration 7:30 a.m. Race 8 a.m. Cash prizes awarded in adult categories. Free t-shirts to all participants. Pre-registration is requested but not mandatory. Please contact Shetek Therapy Serxaces (Slayton 836-6262), (Tracy 212-4168), or (,'estbrook 274-5197). s/x)nsorecl Bq. Wd, CY MA mV.3L SiWlU WlTmlOtIIF.ALTJt(IlYll MiIAY (DUNTY IaOWdM.Y/Off   QE MEDICAL SERVICES Join the Fun at Dovray Centennial (Uff-da Days) Saturday & Sunday, July 1O & 11 Activities throughout the 2 day schedule including: OTHER FUN THINGS *Food Stand *Volleyball Tournament *Flea Market *Beer Garden *Horse Shoe Game *3 on 3 Basketball SUNDAY SATURDAY *Free Carriage Rides 10-1 *Old Car & Tractor Display *Pet Show 10 *4-H Dunk Station or Pop Rings 11-2:30 *Museum Open 11-2 PARADE AT 3:00 *Entertainment - Sunderman's 4:00, Kulpepper 7:00 *Dinner 5:00 - T-Tommy's $5.00 *STREET DANCE 8:30 *Ecumenical Service 11:00 *Queen Selection 11:45 *Pot Luck at Noon Drawing for Prizes & Quilts *Tractor Pull 1:00 *BINGO 2:00