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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, July 24, 2013 Page 7 Statewide Minnesota Representation WALNUT GROVE SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES July 29 - Aug. 2, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Boneless ribs, sweet potatoes, corn, pears Tuesday: BBQ/bun, chips, baked beans, M&M bars Wednesday: Beef stew, biscuits, cottage cheese salad, apple crisp Thursday: Not available Friday: Not available For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your commu- nity and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO July 22, 1998 The latest trophy Jonna Maas added to her long row of trophies was the National Pre-Teen trophy that she won at the national competition in Baton Rouge, LA this month. There were 221 girls compet- ing. Monday morning a severe thunderstorm dumped heavy hail north of Walnut Grove. The severest damage was between 2 and 3 miles direct- ly north of town. As the storm moved eastward it seemed to spread further south, but was less severe. About 2 square miles were damaged quite heavily. THIRTY YEARS AGO July 21, 1983 Ellyn Satter, daughter-in- law of Lee Satter of Walnut Grove, and a native of Springfield, SD, has written a book, "Child of Mine: Feeding With Love and Good Sense. This is a book for parents about nutrition and feeding behavior during the early years. According to a recent arti- cle in the Redwood Gazette, Redwood Falls, MN, the Internal Revenue Service seized Mr. D's Bar and Steakhouse in Revere for non-payment of taxes. Hot and humid describes the past weeks' weather con- ditions. Heavy rain Sunday morning and again Sunday afternoon cooled tempera- tures to the 70s, but with the high humidity, conditions were far from comfortable. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO July 25, 1968 All Saturday window ser- vice at the Walnut Grove Post Office will be discontin- ued effective Saturday, July 27. There will be no finan- cial transactions of any kind on Saturdays. Rural routes will continue to be served on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lantz retumed home Sunday evening from Philadelphia where they had attended the 40th annual convention of the Society of American Magicians. MURRAY COUNTY 4-H CLUB NEWS July 24 - Final Summer of Fun session, 9-11 am, 4-H Building July 30 - Pizza Garden, 9-10 am, Slayton Community Garden August 1 - 4-H Scholarship applications due in office August 6 - Pizza Garden, 9-10 am, Slayton Community Garden August 6 - 4-H Clothing & Fashion Revue Judging, 8:30 am, 4-H Building August 6 - 4-H Fashion Revue, 7:30 pm, Dinehart- Holt House Public Auto Auction 250+ Units Weekly Every Tuesday, l:00pm at . Total Resource Auctions Minneapolis 8001 Jefferson HWY, Maple Grove, MN, 55379 1-800-622-7653 Visit for more information Limited 17me Free Registration 1 Auctioneer #48,t2-009 State Court Administrator Pierre, South Dakota The South Dakota Unified Judicial System is inviting applications for a State Court Administrator position in Pierre, South Dakota. The salary range is $100,000 to $110,000 annually. This position directs, manages, and oversees the administrative services of the Unified Judicial System (UJS) to ensure efficient operations of the statewide court system. A Master's degree in public, judicial, or business administration or a related field, or a Juris Doctor degree and eight years progressively responsible court-related managerial experience, or an equivalent combination of related education and experience. The closing date for this position is open until filled, first consideration to those who apply by August 15, 2013. Successful completion of a criminal background investigation is required for employment. To apply: please submit an electronic application through, Requisition #1827. United Way of Southwest Minnesota is proud to announce new Board Directors. United Way Directors serve three year terms with a maximum of two consecutive terms. The United Way of Southwest Minnesota can have up to twenty-four board directors and is made up of recog- nized leaders from across our service area. United Way is an autonomous, local organ- ization working to create lasting changes in peoples' lives and the communities in Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Yellow Medicine and western Redwood Counties. Included m the new board directors is Ben Alcorn, Marshall. Submitted photo DNR UESTIONS OF THE. WEEK A: Yes, burning permits are available online through the DNR website: www.dnr.state. html. The website provides information on where to get a burning permit, what materi- als can and cannot be burned, when burning is allowed, and how to activate the permit. online pewits are $5 per year and can be used multiple times. People need to activate their annual permit on the day they plan to bum. Permits are also available from the state and federal forestry offices and local fire wardens. Some cities and counties have more restric- tive burning regulations than the DNR regulations, so be sure to check with local gov- ernment offices. -Jean Goad, information officer, Minnesota Interagency Fire Center Steve Fields Attorney Redwood County Relay For Life The Walnut Grove Walkers took part in Redwood County's Relay For Life on July 19, 2013. Pictured are: Donn Baker, Nancy Baker, Bill Otto, Twyla Otto, Bruce Baker, Cleo Baker, Jean DeSmith, Marilyn Swanson, and Eugene Swanson. Team members not pictured: Larry and Patti Maas, and Sawyer Otto. Submitted photo The American Cancer Society will offer i~ Look Good...Feel BetterkN) pro- gram to residents in South West Minnesota and Northwest Iowa on Monday, July 29, 2013. The class runs from 6 - 8 p.m. and will be held at Sanford Cancer Center, 1018 6th Avenue, Worthington (on the campus of the hospital). Guided by volunteer cos- metologists, female cancer oeo appearance," says Annette Larson, Health Promotion with the American Cancer Society. "Patients enjoy the opportunity to spend time in a relaxed, non-medical set- ting with others in the same situation. And the free make- up and instruction from pro- fessionals helps them look and feel better." Loo~ Good...Feel Betterk~ is offered through a partnership of the American patients who participate in Cancer Society; the Cosmetic, ram this class will learn how to use make-up and skincare techniques to overcome the appearance-related effects of chemotherapy and radiation. To register and/or for addi- tional information, please call 1-888-535-4227. Look Good...Feel BetterS) Toiletry and Fragrance Association Foundation; and the National Cosmetology Association. Classes and materials are provided free of charge to women in active cancer treatment. On top of the very real physical and emotional con- is as much about improving cems of the disease itself, the and maintaining self-image side effects of cancer treat- and confidence as it is about ment can be devastating to a woman's self esteem as well. In her mirror she sees some- one she doesn't even recog- nize-tired and discolored, with thinning hair and no eyelashes. Patients who have participated ~ Look Good... Feel BetterS) call the pro- gram an emotional lifesaver, because it returns them to a sense of normalcy and allows them to smile once again at the person in the mirror. According to the American Cancer Soeietycthere are doz~, ens of anti-cancer dmgs"i6' use today, each with its own set of possible side effects. Possible appearance-related effects of chemotherapy and radiation include: hair loss on the scalp, eyebrows or lashes; weight gain or loss; changes in skin pigmentation and tex- ture; skin oiliness, itchiness or peeling; and alterations in nail texture and growth rate. SMALL PRICE - RESULTS CALL 274-6136 1-8OO-410-1859 INJURED AT WORK? Lost Wages? Unpaid Bills? Can I Get Fired? CLASSIFIED CALL 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Congratulations Marie on your Retirement For your dedication and hard work you deserve the best retirement ever. Enjoy this chapter of your life, cherish every moment and have fun. We, the family of William and Lee Kuehl, appreci- ate your years of service to Citizens State Bank of Walnut Grove and wish you the best. a;ll & MaN~y,,, K e.hl Marie Dallenbach, citizens State Bank, Walnut Grove ~o~ & ~-~ J~.~e/7/ & FREE advice- confidential Toll Free 1-888-212-6820 www.FieldsWorklnju Hablamos Espaf~ol WET BASEMENT? f jj ij lilijj lljl jjj jfjl jjj ERE I Eli ji illlli DIE eij This blue button on our website links YOU to all of our PICTURES You can have photos from recent newspapers printed pro- fessionally. Select pictures from albums including many that were not printed in the newspaper. These photos are avail- able to you through easy online purchase. Photo Mugs, posters and T-shirts are also available.