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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ! Wednesday, August 10, 2016 Page 6 ' W/ESTBROOK SENIORI', ,. IN UTRITION ;SERVICES August 15-19, 2016 Senior Nutrition Services serving at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Served at Westbrook Community Center. Call Pat Madson to reserve Meals on Wheels, 274-6583 or 274-6544. Monday: Turkey, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn, pudding Tuesday: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes/gravy, peas, lemon bars Wednesday: Pork loin, hash brown casserole, cooked cabbage, peaches Thursday: BBQ chicken, macaroni salad, baked beans, banana bars Friday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes/gravy, asparagus, chunky spiced applesauce Milk and bread served with every meal. Menus subject to change Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. 90th Birthday GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO August 8, 2001 This Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, Ashley Knakmuhs, Casey Munson, Shanell Amundson, Vicki Krentz, David Schneider, and Laura Butler, B.O.L.T. students, will be attend- ing Farmfest working to promote Prairie Smoke . They will be accompanied by advisor, Lynn Arndt. Steve, Dixie, Ashley, and Jake Severson took a rather unusual trip this summer, going to Greenland to visit a for- mer exchange student. The Seversons hosted AFS student Paarnaq Larsen Strom in 1988-89. In June the tables were turned, as the Larsens hosted the Seversons for 2 weeks. Linda Bakke was busy Monday afternoon paint- ing in the halls of the high school. School will start in just a few short weeks. THIRTY YEARS AGO August 12, 1986 Menard and Margaret Olsen were honored Sunday afternoon, August 3, at an open house at Grace Lutheran Church in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. The anniversary was hosted by their children and grandchil- dren. They were married January 14, 1946, at the American Lutheran parson- age by Pastor Eisner. Their attendants were Adeline Steen and Sherwood Olsen. High school football train- ing has begun in Westbrook. After winning a state cham- pionship last season, Coach Bill White will have to bring his '86 squad a long way to repeat. There are about a dozen fewer players this sea- son. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO August 12 1971 Chauncy Hughes accepted the keys to the Refsal Blacksmith Shop from Lloyd Refsal, who has operated the shop for the past 21 years. The new business will be called Hughes Welding and Repair. Mr. Hughes and his wife Florence have moved from Northfield where they lived for the past year. Before that, they farmed in the Benson area. The couple has 5 grown chil- dren. The Westbrook State Bank has a display of wood carvings done by Dale R. Nelson on display in the lobby. Open House Coffee will be held at 9 a.m. at the V.F.W., Westbrook, Thursday, August 11 I[ I ! IUI It.)! of LIZ ,31~[ I 5 90th Birthday. !* has k,-,,-,,, ,, a great season for local gardeners both for ......... ,-.o well as prolific garden vegetables. Don't you just love those fresh tomatoes? eer numbers on th rls Licenses on sale Aug. I Steadily growing deer pop- ulations may produce more deer sightings and slightly more harvest opportunities for hunters during the 2016 season, although one-deer limits remain in place for much of the state. "Hunters can look forward to seeing the growth in local deer populations following two years of mild winters and lower overall harvests," said Adam Murkowski, Big Game Program leader with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Hunters can buy deer licenses and apply to the lot- tery for antlerless deer per- mits starting Monday, Aug. 1. The deadline to apply for the antlerless permit lottery is Thursday, Sept. 8. Archery deer season opens Saturday, Sept. 17, and firearms deer season opens Saturday, Nov. 5. Every year harvest regula- tions are set for each of Minnesota's 128 permit areas to manage deer populations to established goals. In northem and northeast- em areas, the 2016 hunting regulations will remain some- what conservative to allow for a controlled increase in deer numbers, resulting in lottery and bucks only desig- nations. In the highly productive deer permit areas in west cen- tral and southeast Minnesota, as well as areas surrounding the Twin Cities metro area, regulations are meant to use hunting as a tool to help man- age local deer populations. These deer permit areas tend to either allow hunters to choose to shoot a single buck or single antlerless deer, or to allow hunters to harvest more than one deer. In 67 deer permit areas, hunters must be chosen in a lottery to harvest an antlerless deer (down from 70 areas last season). Only bucks can be hunted in five areas (down from 14 areas). In 32 areas, hunters have the choice of harvesting a doe or a buck (up from 29 areas). Bonus permits allowing hunters to harvest more than one deer may only be used in 24 per- mit areas and for some spe- cial hunts (up from 12 areas). Details on bwing a license All hunters who purchase licenses by Sept. 8 are auto- matically entered into the lot- tery if they declare a lottery deer permit area. Those who do not wish to harvest an ant- lerless deer are encouraged to purchase their license after the lottery deadline. Hunters may apply using both their firearm and muzzleloader licenses. If hunters are select- ed for both licenses, they must select the one season in which they want to shoot an antlerless deer. Deer hunting licenses, lot- tery applications and special hunt applications are avail- able at any DNR license agent, by telephone at 888- 665-4236 or online at www. mndnr.gov/buyalicense. Lottery winners will be noti- fied in October. Permit area breakdown The following is a breakdown of 2016 deer permit areas. A hunter may tag one legal buck per year, without excep- tion. In southeastern Minnesota's 300 series permit areas, these designations apply to both early and late - A and B - seasons. Only male deer with one antler at least three inches long may be harvested in these bucks-only permit areas: 119, 152, 169, 183 and 199. Hunters must be selected in the lottery to harvest an antlerless deer in these lottery permit areas: 101, 103, 105, 108, 110, 111,118, 122, 126, 155, 156, 157, 159, 171, 172, 173, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181,184, 197, 203,208, 221, 222, 224, 234, 235,237, 238, 246, 249, 250, 251,252,253, antlerless deer in these hunt- er-choice permit areas: 114, 117, 127, 201,209, 210, 218, 219, 229, 230, 233,239, 242, 247, 254, 256, 257, 258, 259, 261,263,264, 265, 267, 268, 273, 276, 277, 338, 339, 344 and 347. Hunters may harvest two deer, only one of which may be a buck, in these managed permit areas: 213, 214, 215, 223,225,227, 232, 236, 240, 241, 248, 255, 287 (no archery hunting), 292, 293, 341,342, 343 345 and 348. Hunters may harvest up to five deer, only one of which may be a buck, in these inten- sive permit areas: 182, 346, 349. Hunters need to review new deer hunting regulations, permit area designations and 260, 262, 266, 269,270, 271, i: boundary changes before 272, 274, 275,278, 279, 280, applying. Current and up-to- 281,282, 283, 284, 285, 286, date information is online at 288, 289, 290, 291,294, 295, www.mndnr.gov/hunting/ 296, 297, 298 and 299. deer. Information about deer Hunters can choose to management is available at shoot a single buck or single www.mndnr.gov/deer. Ordinance No. 1-2016 An Ordinance Opting-Out of the Requirements of Minnesota Statutes, Section 462.3593 The City Council of the City of Westbrook ordains as follows: Section 1: Pursuant to authority granted by Minnesota Statutes, Section 462.3593, subdivision 9, the City of Westbrook opts-out of the requirements of Minn. Stat. 462.3593, which defines and regulates Temporary Family Health Care Dwellings. Section 2: This Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon passage and publication. Introduced on July 5, 2016 Passed and approved this l't day of August 2016. Dennis Phelps, Mayor ATTEST: Katie Steen, City Clerk 252429 I qualification and approval by Industrial Capitalyour Commercial CNH America LLC See ''ld I participating New Holland dealer for details and eligibility redu4rements. Down payment may be redulred Offer good through September 30, 2016 at I I lI~11~111 1 c~rrAL participating New HollarPd bealers ~n tbe United States Not all customers or applicants may Qual~ for this rateor term. CNH Industrial Capital Amedca I I INDU$1'nIAL I LLC slaedard terms and coedgioos apph/. Tax~, treight, set-uti, belive~, aedglo,~al o0tions or a~chments not tnclube0 in tirlce. 0ffer sutiJest to ange I or c, ance[lation ~ notice 2016 CNH Industbe) C~itat Arr~bea LLC. All rights reserved, New Holland Agriculture Is a trademark reglstared i~ the Untied States and many other countries, owned by ot licensed to CN6 Illdustrial N.V, its subsidiaries or affiliates. CNH Industrial Captial and New Hotland Construction are trabefr~lrks in the i SOOVERSATILE,%3HRS .............................................. S199,900 7450 NH MOWER CONDITIONER ............................... 524)00L220 NH, CAB/HEAT, 1100 HRS ..................................... S29,900 535VERSATILE, 925 HRS ............................................. S179,900 290VERSATILE, FWA, %, 1:5,335HRS ..................... S124,900 260VERSATILE.170 HRS ............................................. 5119,900 8970 NH, FWA, %, PS, 4950 HRS ................................ $59,900 21011BV FWA, %, PS, 2230 HRS ................................. S75,000 T6.155 NH, 845TL LOADER, 150 HRS ................................ CALL l&360 NH, 940 HRS, CERTIFIED PREOWN ED._..._..5154,900 TG255 NH, 1935 HRS ...................................................... 594,900 T7.245 NH, AUTO-COMMAND, 230HRS .......................... CALL T6.180NH,70HRS ................................................................ CALL 17.185 NH, AUTO-COMMAND, 603 HRS ................... $89,900 TC330 NH, 2700 HRS, W/LOADER ................................ $12,000 8670 NH, 5910 HRS, 2WD ............................................. $42,900 TN755A NH W/LOADER, 1460 HRS ............................. $24,900 COMBINES CR8090 NN,657 HRS ................................................... COMING IN CR9070 NH. 851 HRS ...................................................... $199,900 CR9060 NH, 764HRS ........................................................ 5169,900 CRRO02 NH, 848 HRS ....................................................... $I59,900 CORN HEADS 99C NH 12R30 ................................................................. 574900 ~9C NH 8R30 ................................................................... 539,900 830 HARVESTEC .............................................................. 524,900 974 NH 8R30. ....................................... L...,...,. ................. $8,900 BB940A NH SQUARE BALER ...................................... S39,900 BR7OSA, TWINE & NET, 8,800 BALES ....................... $19,500 BR780 NH BALER, TWINE, 8,500 BALES .................. $17,900 678 NH BALER, TWINE .................................................... $8,500 499 N H .............................. : ................................................. $4,950 616 NH DISC MOWER ...................................................... 55,950 617 NH DISC MOWER ..................................................... 54,950 615 NH DISC MOWER ...................................................... 54,250 NEWTONUTiI 9WHEEL RAKE ...................................... $6,950 GRAIN HEADS 740 CF NH 35'. ................................................................. $81,900 740 CF NH 30'. .................................................................. S28.500 74C NH 35'WICRARY AIR ............................................ 529,900 74C NH 30'W/CRARY AIR ........................................... 527,900 74( NH 301 ...................................................................... $14,900 FD70 MACDON ~ ......................................................... $53,500 MISCELLANEOUS 850 KINZE CART, TARR ................................................... $33,500 1108 FRONTIERCAR~ ................................................... 516,900 690 KILLBROS CAR~ ........................................................ $8.900 2500 HD REM VAC ........................................................... 59,900 42'MANDAKO LAND ROLLER, DEMO UNIT ............. S3S,000 SKIDLOADERS L225 NH, CAB/HEAT/AC, 657HRS .................................. 537,900 L22S NH, CAB/HEAI/AC HI FLOW 895 HRS ................. S37,900 LSIgOBNH, CAB/HEATIAC/HI-FLOW. 620 HRS..,,..., 526,500 SV250 CIH, CABIHEAT/AC, 385 HRS ............................. $32,900 PLANTING 3600 ASP MECH. 16/31 ............................................. S109,900 3600 KINZE 16R30 ....................................................... $49,900 3600 KINZE 16/3~ ......................................................... $44,900 3200 KINZE 12R30, 2500 ACRES, NICE ..................... $41,900 7200 JO 16R30 ................................................................ $19,900 2600 KINZE 16/31 ........................................................... $~4,900 70(30 JD 16R30 .................................................................... $9,900 EF KINZE 8R36W/5 INTERPLANTS ............................... $6.900 110 BST FRIESENTENDER .............................................. S9,%0 TILLAGI: 50'QUAD 5 WE-RICH,4 BAR ..................................... $16,900 46'QUADSWIL RICH,4 BAR ..................................... $16,900 33'DMITMII.4 BAR ....................................................... $22,900 25'DMlIM, 3BAR .......................................................... $12,900 28.5 4800 CIH, 3 BAR ....................................................... $7,900 513 SOILPROWIL-RICFt,9-24 .................................... .$44,900 357WlL-RICH 5-30 ...................................................... $11,500 2700 JD 7-30W/SUMMEBS HARROW ................... $12,9~0 2700 JO 9-24 .................................................................. $11,900 5850WlL-RtCH 3TCHISEL PLOW ............................. $26,900 610JD 1TCHISEL PLOW ................................................. $9,500 / I -General Land Improvement Mike Onken 50 7- 73 -3 150 Lyle Onken.I 507-530-3233 Balaton, MN. & Nunda SD. 507-530-1233[ 2756 181 ST. CURRIE MN 56123 BASEMENTS PADS HoG/CATTLE BARNS DEMOLITION GROVE REMOVAL LYLE NOOMEN OWNER -530-1432 251903