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TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, August 25, 2004 Page 3 I recipe page 1 and her husband have two children, and Juliana, who mte in the 4-H level. They daiD' animals, and got a purple ribbon his strawberr3" jam proj- The Pederson family 120 Holstein cows 4:30 a.m. and 4:30 Bruce and'Jane chose milk on this schedule it allows them time be involved :in evening with their chil- Besides, Jane likes quiet of the early morn- hours. The term "family farm" demonstrated by the family. Bruce got start farming when he with Ivan, his who was active on the until a few years ago. and Bruce work to do the feeding milking. Each of them responsible for six cows a time in their herring- milking parlor. and Juliana help in kitchen, and before they will probably be mom and dad with dairy. Mom's Strawberry Jam 1/2 cups strawber- ries (or 2 and 1 quarter pound) Sure-Jell sugar Crush fully ripe berries, layer at a time, so that berry is reduced to a ). Mix Sure-Jell with in saucepan. Place heat and stir until comes to a hard Add sugar all at once. to a full:'rolling boil that can't be stirred Boil hard one stirring constantly. heat and skim with metal spoon. Stir skim for 5 minutes to slightly and prevent fruit. Process 15 in hot water bath. 8 cups. Butterfield Threshing This huge steam powered tractor rumbled through the grounds at the parade of tractors last Saturday afternoon. Area news briefs Fulda -- The new principal at Fulda High School, Luther Onken, is not "new" to this area. Born and raised in Slayton, Onken, graduated from Slayton High School. He had been at Le Center, MN the past 16 years as an instructor for agricultural education. He received a 6th year certificate for a principalship in the spring of 2001. Lamberton -- St. Joseph's Catholic Church has a new sign on the front lawn identifying the edifice of worship, compliments of congregation member Ken Arnoldi. Ken was in the process of designing and making the sign of oak and steel for several months. The sign has yet to be wired for night viewing. Slayton -- Dan VanDer Linden, who received his high school diploma in a shortened cer- emony in the courtyard of St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester last May is now home from the hospital. He was born with a congenital heart disease. May 1, 2004 he had surgery and received a new heart. His mother commented "there has been a vast improvement in him since getting the new heart." Traey -- Three AFS foreign exchange students will attend Tracy High School. Guillame Frebault from France; Valeria Sotte from Italy and Diana Benavente from Guatemala. Windom -- It appears that Windom's airport improvements will begin in about a month, thanks to action taken at Tuesday's council meeting. The council approved the low bidder, Henning Construction of Adrian. All of this work is being done to meet state and federal safety standards. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-61 36 OR 1-800-410-1859 This little girl was having fun playing in the straw at the Threshing Bee last Saturday afternoon. Making miniature horse shoes at the Threshing Bee at Butterfield. This Oliver tractor sported one of the first solid cabs. O as the 4-H poultry judge examined one of her birds at Murray County Fair last Friday afternoon. 149.58 ACRE FARM FOR SALE (Illg Farm) On Sealed Bids SEALED BIDS: (with the privilege of increasing same) will be at the office of Murraytand Agency, Inc. 141 Mill Street, PO 176, Currie, MN 56123 up to 9:30 am on September 13, 2004. The will be opened at 10:00 am on September 13, 2004, at the City of , council office at 901Third Street. The property to be sold is legal- ly described 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, Minr'sota. 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 Dayable in approximately 60 days when clear and marketable title wig be given; and possession with tillable rights as soon as present tenant's i Crops are hawested or a final possession date of December 15, 2004. TAXES: Seller will pay the real estate taxes due and payable in LX)4. BID OPENING: All bids will be opened at the time and place a fore- tiaid, and each bidder present shall have the right to raise his/her bid at lUg family reserves the right to reject any and alt bids. All announcements made sale day supercede this and all other ildvertisements printed or implied. Inquiries to be directed to Murrayland Agency, Inc., 141 Mill St., PO Box 176, Currie, MN 56123 604oel PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm- Business Complete Auction Service Rich Reiner Springfield, MN. Phone 1-507-723-5243 Call collect. Auto & R.V. Repair Wheel Alignment Glass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modem body shops, with separate paint- booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Westdbrook, MN. 507- 274.-6166 II I I iii INV' STMENT OPPORTUNITY The ethanol industry in the United States is experiencing rapid growth. Discover how that couldmean opportunity for you. Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC (HLBE) is proposing to build a 50 million gallon per year coal fired ethanol plant near Heron Lake. This dry mill plant will produce ethanol and dried distillers grain for livestock feed. Heron Lake BioEnergy is offering membership units in a limited liability company and this investment opportunity is only open to ALL Minnesota residents who are qualified investors. -YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A FARMER- TO INVEST IN THIS PROJECT DATE Estimated cost of the plant is $94.5 million, and construction period will be 14-16 months. HLBE intends to raise about $37,000,000 - $42,500,000 through equity investment from investors. The minimum investment is $20,000. CORN DELIVERY IS NOT REQUIRED. This plant will be built by FAGEN, Inc. using ICM process technology. It will be similar to plants operating successfully at Marcus, IA and Watertown, SD. HLBE Board of Directors has aligned themselves with the leaders in the ethanol industry to maximize the opportunity for profit. You are invited to attend one of our meetings to help you decide if this investment opportunity is for you. CiTY TIME LOCATION 8/3112004 Windom 7:30 p.m. Guardian Inn 1955 1stAve. 91112004 Lamberton 9:00 alto, Lamberton Cafe 115 S. Main 9/112004 Westbrook 1:30 p.m. Westbrook City Hall 556 1stAve. 9/2/2004 Heron Lake 7:30 p.m. Heron Lake Community Center 312 10th Street Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC P.O, Box 198 201 10 t" Street Heron Lake, MN 56137 507-793-0077 Toll Free: 1-888-385-3835 Fax: 1-507-793-0078 "INTEGRATING ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT" The latest technology will be used to keep emissions at the same level as natural gas. This sPeJ n0( O0nllllb,,' I oQr to Nil or the ioticilaln of an 4fr to boy n sha e  any  of  n in y  m  s o(r, JKaOtaRm. or ule wou be uNawf under the secunles laws of any scmtt state The uffer =S made only by te pcospectus, a coy of vchich may be obtained from Heron Lak BmEnergy, P.O, Box 1t 201 10 Street, Hem Lakes, MN c,6137