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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, August 7, 2013 Page 7 MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO August 5, 1998 The North Hero 4-H Club worked on 2 projects this summer. They held a car wash and sold pop in the Walnut Grove Park during the second week of the pag- eant. They were generous with the profits of the 2 enterprises, presenting a $90 check to Tina Richards for the Walnut Arts Station, and a $62 check to the Walnut Grove Food Shelf. On Monday, July 20, a group of WWG athletes began a 12-hour relay around the football field in Westbrook. They began passing the baton at 6 pm Monday night and finished at 6 am Tuesday morning. Whey the relay ended, they had covered 85 miles in all. The athletes took pledges to help pay for the new weight room. THIRTY YEARS AGO August 4, 1983 Most golfers take a long time playing before they score a hole-in-one, but not Susan Doubler. Susan, the daughter of John and Janice Doubler of rural Walnut Grove, will be a sophomore this fall, and last week she scored an ace on the par 3, 141 yd. 8th hole at the Tracy Country Club. In contrast to her 100th birthday observance when hundreds of friends and rein- tives gathered at the Walnut Grove Community Center to greet her, Jessie Dahms Shafer quietly started her 101 st year by spending the week-end at her home in Walnut Grove with family members. Jessie is presently residing at the Christian Manor in TracT. Fire departments for Walnut Grove and Lamberton were summoned to the Revere-Walnut Grove Farmers Elevator in Revere Monday night when the alarm in the elevator began sounding. No fire was found. Further investigation on Tuesday morning revealed a defective switch on the ele- vator's alarm system had set offthe warning signal. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO August 8, 1968 Richard Nixon was named the Republican candidate for President on the first ballot last night. Debra Peterson returned last Wednesday after spend- ing two and a half weeks taking English riding and jumping lessons under the instruction of Mrs. Robert Bemis of Willow Creek Farm, New Market, MN. She also attended a riding clinic conducted by Hugh Wiley, former member of the U.S. Equestrian Team and rider of the famed horse, Nautical. Expressive and Communication Arts Division: Clowning: Champion, Daniel DeSmith, North Hero All Stars Home Economics Division: Home Environment: Champion, Megan DeSmith, North Hero All Stars Natural Resources Division: Geology: Reserve Champion, Kayla Freeburg, North Hero All Stars Personal Growth and Development: Safety: Reserve Champion: Parker Freeburg, North Hero All Stars Club Projects: Banner: Reserve Champion, North Hero All Stars Dog Obedience: Novice Champion: Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns; Brace Champion: Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns; Four Dog Team Champion: Dina Vosberg, Courtney Teveldal, Lamberton Leprechauns, Megan DeSmith - Home Champion. Jason Davis Vesta Vikings, Michael Tauer, Golden Gophers Dog Agility: Agility-Intermediate Champion: Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns Dog Rally: Pre-Advanced Champion: Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns; Advanced Champion: Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns Swine: Showmanship: Senior Reserve, Anna Johnson, Springdale Climbers Interview Winners: Senior, Ben Johnson, Springdale Climbers Horse: Western Showman at Halter: Reserve: Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns Western Horsemanship: Reserve, Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns Western Pleasure: Advanced Environment Daniel DeSmith Champion. Champion, Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns Barrels: Reserve: Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns Jumping Figure 8: Reserve: Dina Vosberg, Lamberton Leprechauns Beef: Prospect Calves (Market): Champion Prospect Calf Heifer, Sawyer Otto, Springdale Climbers Overall Champion Prospect Calf: Sawyer Otto, Springdale Climbers Market Beef Heifer: Champioin Market Heifer: Sawyer Otto, Springdale Climbers Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef." Sawyer Otto, Springdal Climbers Showmanship: Junior Champion: Sawyer Otto, Sprlngdale Climbers Interview Winners: Junior: Sawyer Otto, Sprlngdale Climbers - Clowning, Arts Division t Thirty-sixth WALNUT annual trap GROVE SENIOR shoot NUTRITION SERVICES Tracy Sportsman Club is sponsoring their thirty-sixth annual trap shoot on Sunday, August 11, beginning at 10:00 a.m. There are "three events scheduled, including a 16-yard 75 Bird Lewis Class; a 50-Bird Handicap Lewis Class; and a 25-Pair Doubles Lewis Class. There is a reg- istration fee to participate, with cash prizes in each class. Limit of one prize per shoot- er. Lunch will be served on the grounds. Directions to the shoot: From TracT south on Lyon County Road 11 past the new Tracy Elementary School; picking up Murray County Road 38 at "S" curve; travel- ing 8 miles on tar to the Sportsman's Club; or 5 miles north of Currie on Murray County Road No. 38. August 12-16, 2013 Senior Dining serving at Country View Senior Living Community at 11:30 a.m., Monday thru Friday. Monday: Deli sandwich, chips, cherry salad, pears Tuesday: Beef roast, mashed potatoes/gravy, car- rots, pie Wednesday: Lasagna, gar- lic bread, lettuce salad, fruit pizza Thursday: Breaded chick- en breast, broccoli rice casse- role, pumpkin bars Friday: Goulash, strawber- ry cheesecake salad,-lemon poppy seed cake For reservations call 859- 2133 one day in advance. Senior Dining is a joint partnership of your communi- ty and Lutheran Social Services, funded, in part, under the Older Americans Act. COUNTRY VIEW WEEKLY By Kim Rolling Exec. Director/Nurse Manage Hello to all from the ten- ants and staff at Country View Senior Living Community. It's been anoth- er beautiful week of summer weather, however I must admit that it felt a bit more like fall weather last week. The tenants have partici- pated in PoKeNo, J-I-N-G-O, BINGO, SkipBo, Rummy, Bone Builders, Stretching with Ashlee, Catholic Mass with Father Mraz, Bible Study with Pastor Tim, the tenant meeting and "Laura Ingalls Wilder Day" on Friday with an ice cream social. Alice Maas celebrated her birthday with all of the tenants on the I st with cake and coffee. Next week there will be nail painting, solitaire frenzy, the bus downtown Walnut Grove, Dominoes, Ecumenical Church on Thursday morning, Cletus Goblirsch on Thursday after- noon and then on Friday it's "purple day". The Laura Ingalls Wilder pagaent is over, but may I say a huge congratulations to Bill Richards and his crew, both acting and behind the scenes. They put on a great three weekends of shows again this year. It takes a ton of work and really good volunteers to pull everything together, and they did it! That's the news from the country. Have a great week! PRICE BIG RESULTS CALL 274-61 36 1 -800-41 O- 1 859 Ben Johnson - Swine Interview Winner Dina Vosberg - Western Pleasure Horse , Champion. Club Projects: Banner: Reserve Champion, North Hero All Stars Anna Johnson - Senior Reserve Showmanship Sawyer Otto - Overall Champion Prospect Calf. For more information and registration call Anita ; Conse,vato,y o/Dance