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TRIBUNE Education Wednesday, September 1, 2004 Page 5 illiard player Jack to appear at SMSU Internationally known billiards and trick artist Jack White wilt )ear at Southwest State University Friday, Sept. 17 from 11 to 1 p.m. in the Bellows arter Hall link. White is a professional and author and appeared on many tele- shows an_d been fea- in many magazines. has appeared in over 128 and is the only bil- player to be invited to the White House and Palace. White was introduced to at the age of eight by a family that ran a bil- liards supply business. He started competing, and has won many titles in pocket billiards, snooker, cushion billiards, eight ball and nine ball. He has appeared at col- leges, universities and mili- tary installations for 30 years and puts on an enter- taining, audience-participa- tion show that features amazing billiard and trick shot skills punctuated by his sharp wit. As White says, "I may not be the best, but I'm bet- ter than all the others." , healthy snacks give ;n energy to play & grow A healthy breakfast is yogurt to eat on your way to ortant for everyone, school, work or play. children. And eat- The Eat Smart. Play breakfast with children Hard. Campaign is a nutri- )s start a lifelong, tion education and promo- r habit, tion campaign of the USDA In to a good Food and Nutrition Service grabbing quick. (FNS). It's a public service of snacks gives chil- the MN Food and Nutrition extra ener, to play Network and the U of M grow." Snacks are a nor- through the College of of a healthy diet for Human Ecology, delivered children. Fruits, through the University's and whole-grain Extension Service. make good snacks. For more information Here are some tips from about the MN promotion, Eat Smart. Play Hard. contact Dawn Cvengros pro- tmpaign: motion organizer, at Mix low-fat yogurt or H Y P E R L I N K milk with berries for "mailto:dcvengrche.,umn. uick shake. Grab an e d u " orange, or any other dcvengro@che.umn.edu. for a quick treat. General information about your thirst with the campaign is available at Munch on veggies, the USDA-FNS Web site, see or popcorn. Grab H Y P E R L I N K lried fruit, abagel, a "http://www.fns.usda.gov" egg or low-fat www.fns.usda.gov. College news pher year. Olsem is a first-year student at CSB. __ The President's Scholarship is presented to :eives students with excellent aca- ;holarship demic records and strong Christopher Olsem, son of leadership and service cre- and Margaret Olsem, dentials. Recipients must MN, has been have a minimum high school a $8,500 grade point average of 3.60 to be considered. The Scholarship by President's Scholarship is a College of Saint Benedict the 2004-05 academic four-year renewable scholar- ship. ;hall Area YMCA to ,ate one year anniversary The Marshall Area YMCA is celebrating their Year Anniversary on mber 7 - 10, at the at 200 South A Street in Marshall. Events include: Tuesday; 7, Open House; September 8, Member Appreciation Day with cupcakes, cake, coffee and juice to celebrate 1 year; Thursday, September 9, Open House; and Friday, eptember 10, a free teen dance for ages 11-15 from 6 - 9 p.m. During each open house gym, kids' gym, racquet- courts and fitness center will be open free of charge for the community. We will be conducting demonstra- tions throughout the week of the programs offered at the YMCA and will have a vari- ety of door prizes to give away each day. Children under 18 years of age, who are guests of the YMCA, will need a guest application signed by their parents (or have one on file) in order to participate in the open house. In addition, chil- dren 8 years and younger must be accompanied and supervised by an adult. For more information on these events, YMCA mem- bership, and YMCA program please call the YMCA at 507- 532-9622, visit our website at www.marshallarea ymca.org or stop in for a tour at 200 South A Street in Marshall. 149.58 ACRE FARM FOR SALE (Ilig Farm) On Sealed Bids REAL ESTATE FOR SALE SEALED BIDS: (with the privilege of increasing same) will be received at the office of Murrayland Agency, Inc. 141 Mill Street, PO 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 Currie council office at 901Third Street. The prot 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, 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 his/tr bid at that time. The lllg 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 Murrayiand Agency, Inc., 141 Mill St., PO Box 176, Currie, MN 56123 604068 WG K-4 Open House WALNUT GROVE--K- 4 Open House, Tuesday, September 7, 7 - 8 p.m., at the Walnut Grove School. Complete Counselor leadership training Lake Shetek Bible Camp recently announced that Kelley Nelson, Westbrook and Jonna Maas, Walnut Grove successfully complet- ed their CIT (Counselor-in- training) leadership pro- gram this summer. Thru a Lutheran faith based program, Kelley ajad Jonna worked with elemen- tary to middle school aged students, special campers involving music and athlet- ics, and special 'needs client at the Bible Camp near Slayton. Westbrook School Lunch Menu Sept. 1-3, 2004 Breakfast: Wednesday: Cereal, yogurt, juice milk Thursday: PB&J, fruit, milk Friday: Cinnamon Tastrie, fruit, milk Lunch: Wednesday: Chicken nuggets, hashbrown pat- tie, fruit choices, carrots, sandwiches, milk, cake w/strawberries .... Thursday: Mr. Rib, pota- to smiles, fruit choices, car- rots, sandwiches, milk Friday: Tony's Pizza, California blend vegies w/cheese sauce, fruit choic- es, carrots, sandwiches, milk, pudding cup Sept. 6-10, 2004 Breakfast: Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk Wednesday: PB&J, fruit, milk Thursday: Egg biscuit, fruit, milk Friday: Long John, fruit, milk Lunch: Tuesday: Tacos, chips and salsa, fruit choices, corn, sandwiches, milk Wednesday: Hamburgers, potato starz, fruit choices, sandwiches, milk, Rice Krispie bars Thursday: Subs, chips, pickle spear, banana, sand- wiches, milk Friday: Chicken strips, crispy cubes, coleslaw, fruit choices, carrots, sandwich- es, milk, strawberry gush- ers | i [ CLASSIFIED ADs l I CALL 274-6136l ' I OR I ! 1-800-410-1859 ' I i PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE BETTER BOARD MEMBERS It all starts with Tuck pointing WESTBROOK -- Workers from Cortis Enterprises of Alexandria are working hard to complete the tuck pointing job on the old high school building. Ready for football May Pang Vue left, and Nou Yang were busy Monday morning working on a huge poster to use at the football game Thursday night against Edgerton. Nou and May are new senior cheerleaders. Great Grassroots Gathering The Sleepy Eye Area his- torical Society announces that Sunday September 26, 2004 is the date for the annual "Great Grassroots Gathering." Exhibitors are cordially invited to reserve booth spaces now. This one day fall festival is held on the shores of Sleepy Eye Lake, Sleepy Eye, MN from 11 AM to 5 PM with a wide variety of craft, food, and flea mar- ket booths dotting the park. In addition to the chance to enjoy the first weekend in Park, festival goers will be treated to an afternoon of musical entertainment. Anyone interested in reserv- ing a booth should contact Bud or Lillian Stimpert Autumn in beautiful Allison .... i either by mail or by phone -- Great Grassroots Gathering- Reservations, 829-6th Ave. NE, Sleepy Eye, IN 56085, 507-794-7636. Only with this coupon Valid thru :"pt 6 ftxlgh No 3th, 2(04, | Nol valid wilh any other oflev, or dt,,coums | Gas Station with convenience store. Marlow's Amoco, 705 1st Ave., Westbrook, MN Great location, close to school, no current fuel franchise affiliation. Orion Hot Stuff Pizza fran- chise fully equipped pizza kitchen, certified dsed site. LOWERED PRICE 1006 Eighth SL, Westbrook, 738 First Ave., Westbook $68,000 $55,000 3 bedroom, 2 bath, wood all new interior 'g7, 3 bedroom, 1 314 840 Beclal St., Walnut Grove burning stone fireplace, large deck, baths, central air, appliances, hardwood $39,900 newty remodeled, 3 trod- detached garage floors, 2 cat front-to-back attached garage rooms, 2 1/2 bath. partial finished basement, central air, ingle Dovray Acreage deed garage -Lowered price 1375 260th St., $80,000 5 1/4 A. 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