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SENTINEL TRIBUNE MIRROR OF 1:SYGONE DAYS TEN YEARS AGO August 17, 1994 A group of adults from the Redwood Falls Hospital Adult Day Care Services was treated to a day at the Bruce and Maydra Maas farm on Wednesday, August 10th. They enjoyed a tour of the dairy barns, cattle feed lots, milk processing area and other points of interest on the farm. After 5 years of serving English and St. Olaf Lutheran churches, Pastor Brian Fragodt and his wife Kim are leaving the area. After visiting family and friends, they will be leaving for Europe on September 16 to study music. Melba Pack's pen pal, Iris Phillips, Wales, arrived Tuesday at the Cliff Pack home for a visit. TWENTY YEARS AGO August 16, 1984 Hot, hot, hot days have been the order of things the past week. All crops are generally looking good. Area farmers are expecting good yields come the fall. Ken Dickmann, salesman for Franklin Electric from St. Paul, stopped at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum on August 8 and was the 20,000 visitor to sign the register. Dawn Gilb, employee of the museum, presented him with a copy of On the Banks of Plum Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Donn Baker attended the graduation of their son, Brad, from the Spartan School of Aeronautics in Tulsa, OK on August 3. Brad graduated as an Aviation Maintenance Technician, with an associ- ate degree in Applied Science. THIRTY YEARS AGO August 15, 1974 After a 35 minute battle, Ron Wilber landed a 30-1/2 pound catifsh last Thursday morning. He and son, Ronnie, were fishing in the MN River near Delhi, when the monster took his bait. The fish was 39 inches long. June Farr returned to her home in Northern Ireland on Monday. She has been stay- ing with the Richard Van Hecke family for 6 weeks. June is one of 120 Irish chil- dren vacationing in the state. With this issue, the Walnut Grove Tribune starts its 84th year of service to the Walnut Grove community. The paper was originally known as The Rural Center. The name was changed to the Walnut Grove Tribune in October, 1900. New officer WALNUT GROVE -- Officer Jeremy Fiedler recently started his duties on the city police department. Fiedler is originally from LeSueur, MN and is a 2002 gradua from Alexandria Technical College Law enforcement school. He is also an Army reservist who served for a year in Iraq in the Military Police. Jeremy is married, and he and his wife Becky tive in Walnut Grove. Find us on the Web at www.lyonsiouxpress.com *2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee miles ............... $7,995 Larado, 20,000 miles.. $16,900 *2003 F150 Super Crew, 17,000 mi}es ............. :.. $19,000 '1990 Ford Ranger 4x4 ............................. $1,800 IEPAIRABLES *2000 Buick LeSabre, easy front, 56,000 miles ........... $4,950 *2003 Buick LeSabre, Left front & side, 29,000 miles ...... $4,400 "2002 Ford Focus, light front & bags, 46,000 miles ........ $3,300 *2000 Ford Contour, right rear, 64,000 miles ............ $1,500 J llll Community WALNUT GROVE NEWS Teri Herder 859-5402 Tuesday afternoon visi- tors of Oscar and Lorraine Steffen were Mrs. Elffie Kopperud, Westbrook, Diana Kvilhaug, Worthington, and Arlene Geary and children, Kelly and Graham of Greely, CO. Margie Bakken attended the 4th birthday of her great grandson, Jerome Davis, Saturday afternoon at the home of Travis and Tanya Herder-Davis. Additional party guests were Brian, Pam, Kelly and Todd Davis of Le Ros; David and Nancy Herder of Renville, Margie Bakken. Rodney and Anne Nackerud, Angle Taylor and Logan, Sami and Jonathan, Jim and Teri Herder-Blahnik and Matthew, Marshall and Mason, Jarett Herder and Derek Ourada. Dorothy DeSmith attended the Thursday funeral of her cousin, Doris Deiderich of Benson. Doris and Les Hoyt visit- ed Henry Kleven at his home last Friday evening. Edna Lessman and Pauline Hemmingsen of Grand Island, NE, were Monday evening visitors at the home of Duane and Elaine Knott. Lorraine Steffen's cousin, Eli Kopperud, Ely, MN, was a Saturday visitor at her home. Edna Lessman's sister, Pauline Hemmingsen, and Pauline's daughter, Julie Kay and son, Zack, all of Grand Island, NE, were visitors at Edna's home one week ago Sunday through Wednesday. They also vis- ited several relatives in the area during their stay. Bob and Cookie Klein of Two Rivers, WI, were Saturday afternoon visi- tors at the home of Duane and Elaine Knott. Janice Carter returned home Saturday after spending two weeks with her granddaughter, Brianna Carter, and Brianna's mother and step- father, Susan and Glen Blake of Zimmerman. Bertha Syverson, Joyce Ewy and Bonnie Kor went to market in the Twin Cities last week, Sunday through Tuesday. Bonnie and Hank Kor were Friday through Sunday guests at the home of Bertha Syverson. Teri Herder drove to St. Paul Wednesday morning to visit her son, Matthew Webber. for the day. She remained as an overnight guest at Matthew's home, and then Matthew rode home with her to Walnut Grove on Thursday after- noon for a week-long stay. Dorothy Grunden was a supper guest at the Kathy Rykhus home in Tracy last Friday. Jackson-Knakmuhs fam- ily reunion was held Sunday at the park. Those present were Lyle and Joyce Mitchell, Farmington, Jim Grunden, Remsen, IA, Jim Potter, Bonnita Potter of Worthington, Thelma Twarte and Teri Rose of Ocheyedan, IA, Dwane and Evelyn Mitchell, Lake Wilson, Bill and Evelyn Hanish, Cindy Ryker, Sheila and Tavior Ryker of Jeffers, Carroll and Bernice Honker of Pipestone, Marilyn Weedman of Sanborn, Kathy Rykhus of Tracy, Verona and Bob Knakmuhs of Revere, Duane and Virene Shea and Dorothy Grunden of Walnut Grove. Wednesday, August 18, 2004 Page i ! Hmong fish game seminar WALNUT GROVE About 70 Hmong dents from the area ered at the Saturday morning to about hunting and laws. Three officers and two preters from the were on hand to go the hunting and regulations, and answer questions the audience. attending were, Lage, Jim Robinson, Keith Bertram. Tong and Josee N. Cung from the State DNR At left Tong Vang trar ed some of the Below this youngster i more interested in photographer than game laws. Notice of Primary Election NORTH HERO & SPRINGDALE TOWNSHIPS September 14, 2004 Notice is hereby given that the Primary will be held at the Walnut Grove Community Center September 14, 2004, at which the polls will open from the hours of ten (10) a.m. to the hour of eight I ).m. for the purpose of nominating candidates for which are to be voted for at the General Election be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2004. Darold Homing, Clerk North Hero Township Mema S. Malmberg, Clerk Springdale Township Redwood County Public Health receives Car Seat Grant Redwood County Public Health now has car seats and booster seats for Redwood County residents meeting Maternal Child Health Income Guidelines. Car seat nd booster seat safety checks are available to all residents of Redwood County. Participants will receive instruction on car seat placement, proper car seat for the child, and learn CLASSIFIED ADS J CALL 274-6136 I ] OR 1-800-410-1859 how to securely install their car seat into their vehicle. Car seats already in use will be checked for recalls and safety. Call Redwood County Public Health for more infor- mation and to schedule your appointment for August 30, 2004 from 9:00AM - 1:00 PM with the Certified Car Seat Technician today at 507-637- 4041. J CLASSIFIED ADS J WORK FOR t You Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Back to School Specials Larry Hansen, Sue Nelson, & Lorf Johnson invite you to stop m and check out the new fall hair styles. They provide all hair care services and tanning facil' s: HOURS: Mon. - Wed. Noon to g ..oj LVE R Tues., Thurs., Fri. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to I p.m.  HEARS Larry Hansen 507-629-4043 225 3rd St., Tracy, 1158713 S TEFFEN ELECTRIC 65th Anniversary OPEN HOUSE Saturday August 21 8:00 am till 12:00 noon Coffee- Lemonade - Cookies Special anniversary pricing on Maytag, GE, and Hotpoint appliances