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SENTINEL TRIBUNE By Jan Lindaman GOLF CORNER by Jan Lindaman INTERESTING QUESTION: If you're in the rough and get a free drop from a cart path or sprinkler head, do you have to drop in the rough? One would think so just reading that question, but that isn't necessarily so. There's no distinction in the Rules of Golf between fairway and rough; both are cov- ered by the term "through the green" (Decision 24-2b/8). "If a cart path, sprinkler head or any other immovable man-made obstruction interferes with your stance or swing, you may take a free drop within one club-length of the nearest point of relief but no closer to the hole." So if you're just barely in the rough, your drop area could be in the fairway. An exam- ple of this was in Feb., 2003, when Brad Faxon was smart and used his longest club to measure from the nearest point of relief from a sprinkler head and ended up in the fairway. The season is winding down fast! With just 4 weeks left in Men's League, here are the results: Early #1 - D. Jorgenson/R. Jorgenson 61; Jr. Severson/P. Fishel 58-1/2; G. Lindaman]G. DeBates 57. Early #2 - D. Vosberg/W. Beckman 66; P. Goetstouwers/R. Mischke 61; A. Teichroewfr. Miesen 60. Intermediate League: D. Barker/D. Elsing 51; H. Lamb/P. Zieske 49; T. Wester/S. Severson 47-1/2. The ladies spent last week Tuesday playing in the Cancer Rally for a Cure Tournament. I'm not sure when all the matches will be played from the previous week or when the playoffs will take place, but I'll give you the results as soon as they are available. UPCOMING EVENTS: The Ladies Over 50 Tournament will be held on Thursday, August 19. If you are over 50 and would like to play, give the golf course a call. We will tee off at 10 a.m., stop at noon for lunch, and then play another round after lunch. Monday, August 23, the course will be closed from noon until about 5 p.m. for the Redwood Area Liquor Tournament. Ladies Club Tournament is set for Tuesday, August 24. No charge for the tournament and the meal is free. Closest to the pin on #3 will win a 3-day, 2-night vacation for 2 people with a choice of 10 possible locations. What a deal! On Saturday, August 28, the 3-Person Scramble Tournament will be held. Get a team together and sign up for a fun day. Closest to pin #3 and pin #7 will have a chance to win a vacation for 2 for 3 days and 2 nights at a choice of 10 different locations. Call now and sign up. Pankonin, Doss, Doss win Rally for a Cure Cancer Tournament One hundred thirty two women participated in our 6th Annual Rally for a Cure Cancer Tournament (Scramble& holes). Twenty- seven of those women teed off in the morning in the bit- ter cold and wind. It felt like October instead of August. The remainder 105 women teed off at 2:30 i.n the after- noon. It was still cold and windy, but not quite as severe. It's amazing each year the turnout we have for this tournament. A lot of it has to do with the door prizes and special prizes that DeVries, Chris Johnson, Kelly Nankivil. 1st. Flight - 1st, Linda Carter, Sharon Haley, Melinda Jensen 39; 2nd, Donna Carlson, Joann Carlson, Deb Steensma 40; 3rd, Ruth Ann Erickson, Carol Schenk, Andi Erickson 41; 4th, Mary Gorder, Maxine Pankonin, Sharon Coulter. 2nd Flight - 1st, Elaine Hedman, Marlene Engler, Marilyn Flatgard 39; 2nd, Myrna Anderson, Denise Winters, Marge Peterson 40; 3rd, Sue Chapman, Sandy Jarmer, Jane Olsem 40; 4th, Gall Sports WWG Sports potluck The WWG Athletic Booster Club will host the annual fall potluck on Monday, August 23 at 6:30 p.m. in the Walnut Grove cafeteria. All high school athletes and parents are invited. Bring a dish to pass. Beverages and eating utensils will be provided. Coaches and the high school principal will talk about rules and the upcoming sea- son. Sand Volleyball League Tournament Sunday Thursday night Co-ed Sand Volleyball Tournament will be held on Sunday, August 22, 10:30 a.m. at the Westbrook City Park. The tournament will be double elimination. 1st Half Results: Sand Diggers 6-1 EBT 6-1 Motley Crue 5-1 Sandblasters 5-2 Weekend Warriors 4-2 Grams 3-3 Mischke 3-3 Leaping Lizards 3-4 ABCD's 2-4 JP 1-5 Kilo Watts 0-7 "04's" 0-7 Slammin Six - Not reporting Jackels Const.-Not reporting Suns rising in 4-H Exhibit Building By Margie Anderson 4-H Prog. Coordinator Want to see over a dozen suns rising? Then come to the 4-H Exhibit Building during the Murray County Fair. Campers from this summer's "Un-Frog-Get- Able" Day Camp are invited to bring in their sun magnet crafts to be displayed in the 4-H Building. Campers should bring their sun mag- net to the 4-H Exhibit Building on Wednesday;, August 18. Parents, grand- parents and friends are invited to come see the mag- net anytime during the fair. Special ribbons will be awarded to each camper who displays their magnet. Wednesday, August 18, 2004 Page 10 the ladies collect each year from area towns and cities. Again this year our dona- tions to Susan G. Korean and local county cancer societies will total over $4,000. In anticipation for next year's tourney, some of the gals already signed up. Congratulations not only goes to the winners listed but to everyone who partici- pated and gave so generous- ly! Championship Flight - 1st, Jessica Pankorrin, Cheryl Doss, Jennifer Doss 36; 2nd, Mary Everson, Kris Roher, Sara Holman 36; 3rd, Karl Ourada, Dawn Ourada, Stacy Kleven 36; 4th, Grace Rupp, Jan Vosberg, Denise Eichner 40. 3rd Flight - 1st, Mardella Olson, Nancy Boerboom, Becky Suzlski 40; 2nd, Natalie Schmidt, Diane Berberson, Sue Streff 42; 3rd, Lori Erbes, Jill Hollingsworth, Marcy Lanoe 43; 4th, Judy Knudson, Karen Dibble, Judeen Erickson 44. 4th Flight - 1st, Dawn Byers, Mari Parker, Dixie Severson 42; 2nd, Signe Hansen, Karla Beens, Pam Swanson 43;. 3rd, Stacy Weisensel, Flo Wenisch, Leann Jensen 45; 4th, Vickie Van Gelderen, Lynn Nelson, Judi Harnick 46. FURNITURE f t ELP ',&/ANTED REAl ESTATE BLISINESS OPPORTUNITY i;[LP',/;ANTED DRIVERS MORTGAGE EQUIPMENT FOr: S/tLt STEEL BIJILDING 149.58 ACRE FARM FOR SALE (Illg Farm) On Sealed Bids LAND FOR S,LE MtSCELLXNEOt)S SEALED BIDS: (with the privilege of increasing same) will be received at the office of Murraytand Agency, Inc. 141 Mill Street, PC) Box 176, Currie, MN 56123 up to 9:30 am on September 13, 2004. The bids will be opened at 10:00 am on September 13, 2004, at the City of Cu,e council office at 901Third Street. The property to be sold is legal- ly descdbed as follows: 149.58 acres of which 140.9 is tillable, in the South west Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section 28, Murray Township, Murray County, Minnesota. The farm has a Crop Equivalency Rating of 69.43; with a 69.7 corn base. TERMS: 5% of the offer must accompany bid, with the balance payable in approximately 60 days when clear and marketable title will be given; and possession with tillable rights as soon as present tenant's crops are harvested or a final possession date of December 15, 2004. TAXES: Seller will pay the real estate taxes due and payable in 2004. ]BID OPENING: All bids will be opened at the time and place a fore- said, and each bidder present shall have the right to raise hisJher bid at that time. The IIIg family reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All announcements made sale day supercede this and all other advertisements printed or implied. Inquiries to be directed to Murrayland Agency, Inc., 141 Mill St., PO Box 176, Currle, MN 56123 604068 I "x Kids Fishing Derby Walnut Grove -- Last Saturday morning the Jaycees hosted their annual fishing derby on the banks of Lake Laura. The kids were given prizes and par" ticipated in a casting contest, followed by a lunch of hot dogs and chips. Farm animals take over 4-H Exhibit Building By Margie Anderson 4-H Program Coordinator There will be pigs, cows, horses, sheep, dogs and cats in the 4-H Exhibit Building on Friday evening of the county fair. Not real ones! Kids are invited to come and make animal magnets! The Murray County 4-H Ambassadors will have all of the supplies for kids to make their own animal magnets to take home. There is no cost. Just come to the 4-H Exhibit building at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 20 and spend a few minutes making a cute cat, spotted dog or fluffy sheep. This youngster kept a close eye on his bobber at the kids fishing derby SatUrday morning. Murray County 4-H Calendar August 18-2"1-- Murray County Fair August 23 -- Post fair clean up, 5:30 p.m., fairgrounds August 25-29 -- Murray County 4-H at State Fair Livestock Encampment DItlVIERS NOW EARN MORE! Increase in pay padmga. 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