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SENTINEL TRIBUNE INSIDE Wednesday, July 20, 2011 Page 3 • Pageant - From page1 Eleven year old Johanna Engebretson of Savage was selected as the week two Nellie. Her parents are John and Allison Engebretson. Engebretson and her parents had also visited Pepin, and they were going to attend the Wilder Pageant Saturday night. Engebretson is a big fan of the Laura Ingalls Wilder books and was looking forward to seeing the Wilder Pageant. The Wilder Museum and Information Center was a popular place where people hung around to not only see the displays but take respite from the extreme heat. Next week will be another big weekend highlight- ed with the Family Festival Saturday morning and afternoon. Along with live entertainment, kids activi- ties, craft and vendor sales, food and much more, there will be a car show starting at 11:00 a.m. The Zoo Express Great Plains Zoo will present an interactive program about animals and conservation. Lauren Lee & Liberty road will perform fiddle music throughout the afternoon. Dave Doubler will again present Civil War Stories and re-enactments. There will be an art exhibit from 2:00 to 7:30 at the com- munity center. Don't miss an exciting time in Walnut Grove this weekend. WEEK TWO LAURA AND NELLIE CONTEST Above: Laura and Nellie contes- tants posed for this group photo• Below: This Little Laura contestant answered a question• 1 Above: Vicki Bender of Walnut Grove asked questions about Walnut Grove in the 1880's. Above: Dave Doubler showed some of the items civil war soldiers might carry. These girls enjoyed a snow cone in the 93 degree heat Saturday• • FarmFresh --- from page I i ill llllll ill H ii .. According to Tony Staples, of Maynards, the eggs sell good, and sometimes they run out of eggs, but he thought when Kleine's new hens start laying better they will probably be getting eggs more often. Kleine said, "we really don't plan on expanding any far- ther -- it is like a hobby farm type of operation -- it's nice to have something that people want." "These are not Free Range chickens, but they do have outside pens connected to the chicken coop, so they are not kept in cages like at a commercial egg producer," he said. Kleine collects the eggs once a day, candles, sorts and packages the eggs and keeps them in a separate refrigerator. He sorts eggs in three sizes, pullet, medium and large. Although he mentioned, some of his large eggs are actually big enough to be extra large. They use exclusively White Leghorns, but they used to have Rhode Island Reds and White Rocks. They don't lay as effi- cient, so they had to charge more for the eggs, but the demand around here was not very good. So they switched to the White Leghorns. He uses cardboard egg car- tons, and recycles them. He puts his ma;n labels on the cartons, and asks people to return them to the store. He gets a lot of comments from people about how good their eggs taste compared to the big brands. Kleine stated that when the new hens start laying you might get a double or triple yolk once in a while. "Once they mature that seldom happens," he said. He thought about putting a label on the ones with double yolks, and calling them "Double Yolk Surprise," he chuck- led. Right: Kleine's Country Eggs in the case at Maynard's Grocery Store in Westbrook. Chelsea and Travis Kleine and their three children in the newly remodeled chicken coop. Above: This little girl had her face painted at the Family Festival last Saturday in the Walnut Grove City Park. Right: This young cowboy walked in the park at the Family Festival Saturday after- noon. • Blue floral sofa w/matching Loveseat • Antique secretary desk • Entertainment center • 2 door Armoire cabinet w/3 drawers - nice • 3 door oak hutch • Several book cases • Corner computer desk • 4 drawer file cabinet • Toshiba Big TV - 35" w/remote • 3 other TV's • Swedish Health Chairs w/ottomans - 1 cream, 1 brown • Utility cart • Small fold up table • 2 door cabinet • Swivel desk chair • Card table/chairs • Gateleg table • King size bed w/headboard - foam mattress • Maple dining set/6 chairs - nice • Complete day bed - no mattress • Assorted planters HOUSEHOLD • 3 infra red beaters incl.: 2 Eden Pure • Assorted floor lamps Croatt Auction Service LLC John Croatt, 17-32 Storden, MN .Fan • DVD • VCR • Hoover upright vac PICKUP_ 2003 Chev Silverado Z71 LT pickup, leather interior, 67,000 miles, extended cab, V-6, new tires, sprayed in bed Liner (pickup like new condition) ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES • RW 6 gal Birch Leaf crock - no oval / 8 gal Western crock • Barbie house • Wildlife prints w/stamps - signed & numbered • 13 Terry Redlin collector plates • 2 oriental style urns • Knick knacks • August Shells Brewing Co. - New UIm wood box • Tortes, Spain wood box • Jumper cables • Old picture frame - nice • 2 chaise loungers YARD • GARDEN • SHOP • Radio Flyer wagon • Huffy man's & ladies'bikes - like new • Advantis gas grill • Saw horses • Metal lawn chairs • Step stools • Browning 22 cal rifle w/case- take • Golfer bird bath down model • Butterfly house HOUSEHOLD • Assorted hand & power tools • Brass lamp • Yard chairs • Bread machine • Power washer • Crock pot • Toro power vac/blower • Home d&or • Shop vac • Craft items • Craftsman self propelled lawn mower • Several folding tables 22" cut, 6.25 hp • Ice cream freezer • Gas cans • Folding clothesline • Assorted extension cords • Assorted luggage • Umbrella clothes line • Games • Yard & garden tools • Magnifying lamp on stand • Assorted golf dubs • Sewing basket • Extension ladder • Stereo, speakers • Step ladder • Canon fax machine & copier • Pressure washer • Assorted kitchen items • Bushnell binoculars 8 x 36 • Many Other Items Too • Cordless spotlight Numerous To Mention • Some fishing tackle 507-830-1984 Email: -