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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, August 10, 2016 Page 7 I II I MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS W U FIFTEEN YEARS AGO August 8, 2001 Leonard McLaughlin and Steve Ourada were busy last week teaching a course on gun safety at the Walnut Grove School. Students learned about proper handling of guns and hunting safety. With the high heat indexes as of late, swim- mers young and old flocked to the beach at Lake Laura to keep cool during the very hot days. According to the weather people, the temperatures should moderate soon. Matt (Heather), Andy (Gusty), and Jessiea (Jesse), the children of Mike and Cindy Wahl, threw a surprise party for Mike and Cindy Saturday night at Matt's home. The celebration was in honor of their 25th wed- ding anniversary. THIRTY YEARS AGO August 13, 1986 Kevin Dagner can be seen walking down the street with his half-grown pet raccoon trailing behind in the eve- nings. The raccoon was res- cued from a dog at a farm north of Walnut Grove. Kevin brought it home as a tiny baby, smaller than kit- tens he had at home. The cat accepted it, and helped raise it to its present size. The pet follows Kevin wherever he goes. Bob Foster, former Walnut Grove resident, and son of Mrs. Blanch Herder, Walnut Grove, was honored recently by WCCO Radio when he was presented the stations "Good Neighbor Award" for his volunteer work for the Kidney Foundation and other civic and community proj- ects. He graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1951. Tammy Boerboom, daugh- ter of Robert and Bonnie Boerboom and a senior at Walnut Grove High School, was one of 2800 teens, 105 from the state of MN, to attend the Future Homemakers of America annual national leadership meeting July 21-24 in Orlando, FL. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO August 12, 1971 Camp Fire Girls are collecting glass. All glass that is collected in the Camp Fire Girls glass project will be hauled to the Brockway Glass Company in Rosemount on August 17. The Walnut Grove High School Student Council will sponsor a sweet corn and hot dog feed at the village park Friday evening, August 13, from 5-8 pro. Maydra Swenson returned home Wednesday afternoon after attending a 4-day MASC Leadership Workshop at St. Olaf College in Northfield. From issue of August 6, 1931 The tax levy for the village was set a $4,000 by the council at their monthly meeting Monday. This is a cut of $1,000 from the $5,000 levy from this year when the village levy was 25 mills. The school levy was 31 mills, and the state and county 17.8, giving a total tax rate of 73.8 mills in Walnut Grove. Women in Agr!cu ure QuOrterlySem,na Pauline Van Nurden, Extension Educator Did you know every 3 days a child dies in an ag- related incident and 33 chil- dren are injured every day?* If you are concerned about the safety and well-being of your family on the farm then plan to attend the Women in Agriculture Fall Seminar being held in Morris. University of Minnesota Extension and USDA Farm Service Agency are hosting this event on September 13, 2016 at the West Central Research and Outreach Center, in the Ag Country Auditorium. The focus of this quarter's seminar is Women Run the Farm: Understanding the business and keeping my family safe. Our focus of the day will be farm safety and will discuss creating a culture of safety on your farm, how to balance priorities, and will provide the opportunity to tour the West Central Research and Outreach Center to get new ideas for farming practices. The day will give attendees the opportunity to learn and network with other women in agriculture from the region. Registration begins at 8:30 am, with the seminar conven- ing from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. Registration is required for this event by Sept. 9t. Please or contact Mary Jo Fox at 320-235-0726, ext 2001 or foxxx055@umn.edu . Cost for the program is $20. Payment can be made the day of the event via cash, check, or credit card. We thank MN Corn Grower's Association and Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council for their sponsorship support of this program. For more information regarding the seminar feel free to visit: z.umn.edu/ SafetyProgram . * Source: 2016 Childhood Agricultural Injuries Fact Sheet from the National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety. fieldresearch.or nccrahs. in a fun leaming , of Dance in Lamberton is r students for the 2016-2017 pointe, jazz, tap, I a morn-and-tot class are Reasonable rates. !available through County. 252495 It's not Dog Days for these equine critters spotted recently in a lush pasture just a couple miles south of Walnut Grove. DNR QUESTION OF THE WEEK Q: IfI purchase a hunting or fishing license on the DNR website, do ! need to keep a printed copy with me out in the field? A: If you're using a home computer, you can print most licenses and need to keep a copy with you when participating in the activity. In cases where the license has a tag, the license will be mailed to you, and you must have the license in possession. Licenses purchased on a mobile device are issued in elec- tronic format, and you can choose to receive an email and/or text message that serves as your license. In that case, you must carry your mobile device or a printed copy of this email or text message to show proof of license. - Steve Michaels, licens- ing program director Addition to Stephens Funeral rvice staff Stephens Funeral Service- Walnut Grove Funeral Home and Westbrook Funeral Home pleased to" announce the addition of Devon Sandgren to our staff. Devon was born and raised in Redwood Falls, Minnesota. He attended St. John's Lutheran school until 8th grade and graduated high school from Redwood Valley High School in 2012. Devon continued his education at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska prior to transferring to the University of Minnesota where he received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Mortuary Science, graduat- ing in 2016. While attending the University of Minnesota, he worked at Gearty-Delmore Funeral Chapels in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. After graduation Devon start- ed working with Stephens Funeral Service to serve fam- ilies in southwest Minnesota. As a licensed mortician, Devon will be involved in all aspects of the funeral home including making funeral arrangements, working funer- als and visitations, operating the crematory, and selling Commercial Residential Agricultural headstones, amongst other daily operations. When Devon isn't work- ing, he enjoys hunting and fishing. Devon also spends time playing church league softball. Devon has four sib- lings, Brennen, Abi, Cameron, and Easton, who he also enjoys playing sports with and supporting during their various sporting events and activities. Devon looks forward to reconnecting with friends and community members in the area, and to meeting new peo- ple. Stop in and say hello, and help us welcome Devon. Trenching Grain Bins le Hours: Mon. thru Fri., 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sat., 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon Westbrook, MN Ph. 507-274-6101 www. westb rookag power, com AGRICULTURE ~.N~,: 2016 CNH Industrial Capital America LLC. All rights reserved. New Holland is a trademark registered in the United States and many other countries, owned by or GAPITAL licensed to CNH Industrial N.V., its subsidiaries or afl~ liates. CNH Industrial Capital is a trademark in the United States and many other countries, owned by or licensed to CNH Industrial N.V., its subsidiaries or affiliates. Your Local Employee-Owned Equipment Dealer.