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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, July 26, 2006 Page 3 Man toys -- From page, "I think I've got every- Since he isn't comfortable thing TRU-SCALE ever using the internet, a couple made," Bob commented, of his cousins buy for him on Bob has a number of pedalline. cars, tractors, and airplanes. "You don't need computers He said that any car made in and TV to have fun," Bob 1958 or later has double says from experience. He headlights. Before that year, looks forward to sharing sto- all cars come with singleries of his toys with school lights. Another identifying children who live in the elec- factor for dating toys is the tronic age as well as sharing material used to make them. stories with the young at There were no plastic toys heart who remember playing before 1943 or 1944. And the with toys similar to those in rubber tractor was intro-Bob's collection. duced in 1945. Call Bob to arrange a time Once people knew that for a visit to his museum Bob was collecting toys, they located on his farm south- began adding to his collec- west of Westbrook. tion. "I've got so many toys from the neighbors," he said. Bob enjoys showing Dave bank of a dentist pulling a Bob's collection. / From page 1 High gas prices might there was plenty of things have helped the attendance for the youngsters to do, and with more local people plenty of entertainment for attending, although it is the older folks. Dave hard to gauge such things. Doubler and his crew again The middle weekend was gave their Civil War demon- the biggest weekend withstration. The Dusek 2525 seeing the pageant.Fiddlers entertained with The first weekend was the many fiddle selections. The lowest attendance with Hmong Dancers performed 2149. The final weekend traditional Hmong dances. was the second highest with Also there was pony rides, 2364. craft vendors, basket weav- The various committees ing and plenty of food avail- will be meeting to evaluate able. their projects to determine if The Wilder Museum was any changes are to be made busy all three weekends for the coming year. with the gift shop doing a This past weekend, The brisk business all three Family Park Event had a weekends. really nice day. As usual Van Loh and his grandson Jake Van Loh his tooth. This bank is just one of many cast iron WALNUT GROVE -- Top right - veteran pageant actors AI Farber and Richard Davis relaxed backstage before one of the performances. Below people strolled through the city park at the Family Park Event. Below right - Doc Hoyt tells Mary and her family that she is going blind. cast iron banks in news, Fulda -- Injured in an accident,that happened Monday afternoon on Highway 59, south of Avoca: a 16 year old female from Worthington; i9 year old Amber K. Coddington, Worthington; Cory Berglund, Slayton. According to the MN State Highway Patrol report, parties attempted to exchange drivers with the cruise control set. Lamberton -- Blizzard warning systems were installed on area roads, including Sanborn Corners. One sign will :flash a warning while the i solar panel produces elec- tricity to operate the warn- ing light. Slayton -- Currie City council members were informed that certified let- ters have been sent to own- ers who do not have valid motor vehicle license plates for them. Also photographs of abandoned buildings have been taken and for- warded to city attorney who will deal with them. 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