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!!? TRIBUNE RROR OF BYGONE DAYS TEN bershop harmon?" quartette AGO from Willmar. entertained July14,1993 visitors at the Heritage Festival. One of the mem- of 75-100 riders, bers. Todd Pack. is from than 15 assorted Walnut Grove. buggies, and other Glenn and Bonnie horse-drawn McFartand celebrated their traveled from 40th Anniversary at the to Revere and Redwood Falls Methodist Lamberton on their Church at an open house trek. They contin- hosted by their children. even through a rain. mdance to "'Fragments THIRTY has been down YEARS AGO ?'ear. due mostly to July 12, 1973 rains the area has About thirty people ants of the and Anna Johnson held a reunion 4th of at the Curlin Swanson home. 60 family members TWENTY AGO July 14, 1983 Palud. seventeen old student from France. is spend- month of July with Hoffmann "family Grove. through an made by the Atlantic Cuitural League. Four. a bar- attended a family reunion at the Robert Heggerston farm. marking the 100th anniversary of home- steading. In 1873. E.E. Heggerston homesteaded there and it has been in the family since. Temperatures were in the 90 degree range again yes- terday--for the seventh straight day. Rain Monday morning brought needed moisture to the crops. The fire department was called to two grass fires along the railroad tracks this week. Grass near the Hovt Oil tanks caught fire and on Saturday there was a grass fire near the Midland fertilizer plant. dwood ounty Relay r Life PUBLIC is invited to Annual Redwood American Cancer Relay for Life at the Estate on Hwv 67 of Redwood Falls on and Saturday, ,July 19, beginning at 5:00 will be golf carts for those needing )nation to get SUpper from. 5:00 - is a homemade meal by the women of of Sleepy Eve. is hot beef and laot Y sandwiches plus salad, cole slaw. lemonade and lie. Opening Ceremony rt at 7:00 in the bi cancer survivors lave registered bv 7:00 and walk The Corporate will also be recog- at this Ceremony. e Luminaria -rnony will start at dusk 8:45). The luminaria the walkway will There is a special pro- including the Relay's Honorary Chairman Wayne Weber and Honorary Co- Chairman Don Redding. There is a CHANGE this year. Luminaria will only be sold until 8:45 RM. After b:45. you may make a dona- tion at the registration table, but no more luminaria will be assembled. The Morton Lions and Lionesses will serve a pan- cake breakfast from 5:30- 7:00 Saturday morning. The Closing Ceremony will start at 7:00 Saturday morning. At this time, the top team. the top three indi- vidual fundraisers, the best decorated campsite, and the Catch the Spirit team will be recognized and presented awards. There will be food. fun. and camaraderie for every- one. There will be a conces- sion stand, fundraising events by some campsites, children's games, bingo karaoke, a silent auction. and the Cancer Shop. COME ONE. COME ALL TO THE TENTH ANNUAL REDWOOD COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE. Find us on the Web at LeSabre, 29.000 *2003 Chew S-10 exl. cab, 4x4, ............ $10,500 loaded, sharp, 500 m.. $15,000 .F-150 Off road Q-cab 6 000 miles ....... 4X4 $18,500 =UlCk Regal GS,  sunroof iea'r se argecl 50,000 $10,000 ,nevy $10 Extreme, 48. miles. ............. $7,100 light front, drives, 44,000 miles ............ $4,500 x-cab 4x4. left side, easy, 57,000 miles ......... $4,600 LS, left 3/4 front & bags. 71.000 miles ....... $6,700 1500 4x2, front, 69,000 miles .............. $4,500 easy R + front door, drives, 55,000 miles.. $4,400 rt. side, good bags, 25.000 miles ........ $4,950 Am, 2 dr.. left side, drives, 11,000 miles ...... $4,200 Prix, 4 dr_ left side. have some parts, 39,000 miles. $3,500 Jimmy 4x4, 4 dr., ft. damage, good bags, 42,000 mi.. $5,900 Community Minnesota camp changes lives for chil- dren with dis- abilities Camp Knutson to qele- brate 50 years of summer magic Saturday, August 23. Dedication event to hih- light completion of $3 mil- lion camp redevelopment. Being a child with a dis- ability or chronic health condition can be isolating for the child and family. Camp Knutson changes that. At camp, brave children with scars, blistering skin. hearing aids. developmen- tal disabilities and wheel- chairs find community and make new friends with other children who have similar health conditions. "'Our goal is to ensure that children are nurtured in an environment where they feel loved and accept- ed. find strength and hope, and make lifelong friends and memories that will last them a lifbtime." said Rob Larson. camp director. Camp Knutson. located on a peninsula separating Whitefish and Big Trout Lakes near Crosslake, MN.. began in 1953 when the late Congressman Harold Knutson gifted his summer property to the Evangelical Lutheran Church to serve as a retreat for children with disabilities. It is now one of' the ministries of Lutheran Social Service, serving 900 campers annu- all? with autism, skin dis- eases, hearing impairment. Down Syndrome. heart dis- ease and other illnesses. On Saturday, August 23, exactly 50 years after the camp was donated, LSS will celebrate with an Open House and Dedication. Wednesday, July 16, 2003 Page 9 WALNUT GROVE Teri Herder 859-5402 Gloria Jacobs returned on Tuesday from Kalispell, MT. She visited grandchildren Jacob and ,Jennifer Dibley at Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp where they are employed this summer. She went with Chuck and IxJrna Dibley from Rock Valley, IA. Ilamay Addison and Deb ,Johnson. Marshall. went to the Tracy Nursing Home on Wednesday afternoon to visit Mac Radtke. While there, they met up with Lorelie and Merril Wahl and Mary and Gary Radtke of Marshall. Everyone then took Ilamay to the Mediterranean Club for a birthday supper. Helen and Don Anderson. Brady Jo Hare and Sam and Libby, and their friend David. Spenser, IA; Doris and Llewellyn Kosel, Springfield: Gary and Mary Radtke. Marshall. and Margie Bakken were Sunday guests at the home of Ilamay Addison in cele- bration of her birthday. Emily Lintner, Richfield, was a week-long guest at the home of her grandparents. Bob and Joyce Alcorn. Nancy Lintner visited Bob and Joyce on Sunday. Rich and Joanne Bruns and Katie. Hinckley, were Monday supper guests at the home of Dick and Lucille Bruns. Carol and Ron Bannick were Sunday supper and parade guests at the home of Dick and Lucille Bruns. Dorothy Eischens, Tracy, and Janice Carter left for Seattle, Washington, on July 3rd. They met Janice's daughter and son-in-law, Michelle and Chris Delaney, in Seattle on the 4th. Janice and Dorothy then went on a cruise to Alaska starting on July 5th and returned home Sunday evening. I)orothy DeSmith's daugh- ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schommer and family, were guests at her home last Monday and Tuesday. Dorothy l)eSmith's sister, Virginia Matter, St. Paul, visited her Sunday and Monday. Dorothy Grunden and Mrs. Dottle Whipple were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Kathy Rykhus in Tracv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boltin and daughter of Lmg Beach. CA, were Saturday evening guests at the home of Dick and Shirley Knakmuhs. They attended the pageant on Saturday. Donny Lewis, Yankton, was a guest at the home of Arlene Lewis Friday through Sunday. Irene Myers, Odin, was a weekend guest at the home of Shirley l,orenz. Diana and Gina Meld vis- ited Shirley I.)renz over the weekend. Teresa Pacholl's brother, Dale Moritz and Maxine King, of New Roads, Louisiana, were guests at her and Merle's home from July 3rd through the 13th. Teresa and Merle Pacholl attended a 4th of July picnic for family and friends at the Lake Shetek home of Teresa's niece, Mrs. Ken Knuth. Lowell and Helen Hansen were Thursday evening guests at the home of Victor and Sadie Swanson. Rick and Dee Johnson and their daughter Lynsay; Dar Brandt and John; and Vernal and Bonnie Wahl were Saturday visitors at the home of Clesta Smith. Mrs. Susan (Weber) Grams and two daughters from Boise, ID, visitied at the Gloria Jacobs home. Emil Bannick, delegate from Post 267 attended the American Legion state Convention at Pequot Lake, MN over the weekend, returning home Sunday afternoon. Ron and Carol Bannick, St. Peter were weekend guests at the Emil Bannick home. Saturday morning visitors at the Bannick home were Russ and doann Wygant and Mark and Nancy Patteson of Rialto, CA. Joann and Nancy are cousins of Betty, and they all attended the Farber reunion at the A1 and Marilyn Farber home. 64th Annual Flower Show The United Methodist Church Women of Tracy United Methodist Church will have the 64th annual flower show at the church on Thursday. July 24th from noon to 7 pm. In addition to the floral and vegetable exhibits, there will be a special doll exhibit for the enjoyment of the guests. Lunch will be served from noon tilt 7 pm. If you have not received a schedule and would like to exhibit, call the church office at 507-629- 4576. Dining UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pageant Supper FRIDAY, JULY 18 4:30-7:30 at the Walnut Grove Community Center A LA CARTE MENU: hot beef sandwich, hot dog, calico beans, pasta salad, chips, pie/cake, beverage ,rL,, Class of 2005 Pageant Supper SUNDAY, JULY 20 Pork Roast Dinner - $4.50 at the Walnut Grove Community Center 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. ' Kids Meal - Hot dog & chips - $3.00 Pageant Luncheon at the Walnut Grove United Methodist Church Saturday, July 19 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. A LA CARTE MENU: hot turkey sandwich, hot dog, potato salad, calico beans, chips, pie/cake, beverage SPONSORED BY United Methodist Women ,,o Walnut Grove Lions Club Pageant Supper SAT., JULY 19 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Center A La Carte Menu: BBQ Pork Riblet Sandwich, Hot Dogs, Potato Salad, Beans, Chips, Beverage Rolling Hills Golf Club, Westbrook Youth Open MONDAY, JULY 21 9:00 a.m. You can register at Rolling Hills Golf Club, CALL 507-274-5166 NOON LUNCH - For boys & girls ages 10-18; COST." $5 AGE CATEGORIES 10-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 TROPHIES - GOLF BALLS Sponsored by Knakmuhs Ins. A and Rolling Hills Golf Club