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SENTINEL TRIBUNE MIRROR OF TEN YEARS AGO August 31, 1994 As of August 29, 1994, fresh flowers will no longer be available in the Walnut Grove area. Joyce Ewy has discontinued that part of her business, but silk flowers will still be made available by appointment. Although there were weather warnings issued in the past week, the rough stuff did miss us. Tornado watches were issued Tuesday evening, when temps were 85 degrees with high humidity. Wednesday temps were even higher when they reached 94 degrees. The rest of the week continued with high temps, humidity and storm warnings. TWENTY YEARS AGO August 30, 1984 The Walnut Grove High School Yearbook Staff recently received the "Big E Award" recognizing their efficiency and excellence in preparing the 1984 "Logger Scrapbook". The award is from Josten's American Yearbook Co., publisher of the book. Seven students recently completed the training, writ- WALNUT GROVE Teri Herder 859-5402 Last week's article neg- lected to mention that Rich and Joanne Bruns and their children, Mike, Mark, and Katie of Hinckley were also part of the Bruns' fam- ily who helped out and attended Dick Bruns' 74th birthday campout in August. Barb Olson, Duluth, was a Sunday through Tuesday guest at the home of Bob and Joyce Alcorn. Dick and Lucille Bruns were Sunday af, ernoon and supper guests at the home of Walter and Lois Osborn of Madelia. Dorothy Grunden attend- ed the Christian Worker's Circle Thursday at the Lamberton Church of Christ. Rila Harnack host- ed the event. Jim and Teri Herder- coo •• • oe • • $ • ee • oo • oe • oo ,, .co oeoe • :: ' icle • Pansies i l i Plant now i for instant i garden color. iThey'll bloom until the snow flies, " and they'll bloom i again next spring... : GUARANTEED..• :.. A wide variety of ! colors available. oe • 000000000000000000 i Limited edition Harley • Davidson Prints " BYGONE DAYS i Red Hat Society Gift Items : Christmas Cottage will be .: opening soon! ." o • • • • l. oe•o••e • •• o•0••••0 o•o•e••oe SOME GRF.AT BARGAINS TOYOUI. ten test, and field shooting demonstration necessary to receive their gun safety training certificate. The class is taught by Steve Ourada. A steady flow of customers visited the newly remodeled Hoyt Convenience Store Friday and Saturday, August 24 and 25. Visitors also enjoyed ten cent hot dogs, free coke and coffee and were encouraged to register for door prizes. THIRTY YEARS AGO August 29, 1974 Opening day enrollment at the Walnut Grove schools is exactly the same as last year -- 432. High school enroll- ment dropped by 5, elemen- tary dropped by six, and there are 11 more in kinder- garten than a year ago. Dawn Munson won the women's championship and she and Greg Gemar won the Community Prairie View progress WALNUT GROVE -- Plumbing and electrical conduits have been laid and the cement has been poured at the new Prairie View Apartment complex on the south side of the city. Wall sections have been delivered and will be erected soon. Wednesday, September 1, 2004 Pag q M & M'S ,, Children's - Ministry star rl September 11 WALNUT GROVE M & M's Children s Mini ILl d sponsored by Enl n Lutheran and the Ux . Methodist Churches ;t Walnut Grove, is begin , its second year h + September 15. el This ministry, for il dren ages 4 through gra ] meets on Wednesdays, e school. 3:30 - 5 p.m, a English Lutheran Chu r We have snacks, ,d songs, have games, al ,i] ties, and crafts, as we o Bible lessons. Our staff this ye tl made up of Pastor c Lomen. Pastor ! Smith. Cathy Kassel is Paul Olsen. We are tc for a teacher for the '.h kindergarten/kinder class. If you would be ested in finding out contact Pastor Bonnie,_ole mixed doubleschampionship 2159, or Pastor Micl y in a tennis tournament at Sa  y ) 859-2201. _m Marshall last weekend, s Mark John Stynski, age 12 House TPuiU00 '1 and the son of Mr. and Mrs. s Ray Stynski of Lucan, was Garden killed instantly Sunday Q  O .', when he was thrown from a The public is invited to a integra " g " " g, ,,. vehicle in a one-car accident By Sandy Anderson local domed earth-home tour nature. Bruce and ,4{I IV near Wabasso. - -- -- on Saturday, September 11, Jeanne Flesner incorpor ingsor areas with heavy dew or Sunday, September 12, their concrete earth-h j and shady areas where 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM each day. into one building coml Blight plants will remain wet. The Bruce Flesner home of combining the horn e NEWS Several people, includ- Overhead water only in the rural Tracy was built bv office/piano studio, Jgh 7€ ing myself, have had experi- morning hours so 151ants will Terra-Dome Corporation of garage with an existing lint ence with lily botrytis blight dry quickly. Grain Valle3 MO. The con- shop. Bruce did much of el this summer. I first saw it in Clean up dead and cept was originated and finishing work himself in l Blahnik and boys, another person's garden, but decaying plant materials on designed in 1979, by Gale past three years. They Marshall and Mason, were hadn t noticed it in mine, but a regular basis, especially Scafe, of Kansas Cit: MO. located on Redwood Cot Saturday through Sunday after another few weeks, keeping your lilies dead- His wife worked with him 8, four and a quarter r guests at the home of Bob sure enough my lilies were headed. You should also making the interior designs, north of Hwy 14, or 8 and Pat Blahnik, Spring also showing signs of it. It clean up old lily stems in the Residential and commercial one half miles south,== Valley. During their stay didn't affect the flowers on winter, buildings in varying sizes. Milroy. The tours are l they attended the Wilder my lilies as they were all There are fungicides on terrains, and climates across and will be held rain Days Parade and addition- done blooming by the time the market for control of the U.S. and abroad have shine. )a al events at the city park. mine showed signs of the botrytis including some been built, in the past, fran- Sunday afternoon guests disease, types of copper fungicides. It chises were sold. Today, a II :,n at the home of Arlan and If the leaves on your is probably advisable to son, Jay Scafe, is the compa- Buy, Se ok, Connie Knott were Duane lilies are turning all brown spray every 7 to 10 days to ny's president, while a .sib- t)z and Elaine Knott, Edna and the plant looks like it is prevent the disease from ling, JackiAllen, works with or Rent ):g ',l tr Lessman, and Wilbur just drying all up and turn- affecting your plants. If you the buyer in making an Oberg. ing brown, you probably spray roses for Blackspot or architectural plan under in the , dsl Sonya and Duane Talus have botrytisblight. Powdery Mildew, you can Align Design, Independence, Classified r, were Monday through Botrytis blight is a fun- spray your lilies at the same- MO. Her husband, Tracy Sunday guests at the home gal disease that happens time. This year. I sprayed Allen, has been a crew fore- ads 'P of Ruth Harbo. Joining when there isn't enough air my roses, daylilies and irises man constructing these t)z them forbrunchonSunday movement and the weather often, but didn't think to buildings for over twenty Sentinel ite were Steven and Jane is cool and damp during the spray the lilies also. I'm years, and built at the local ra Talus, Denver, and Nancy spring or fall or during hot learning as I go, and next Tracy farm site in the sum- Tribune ),, and Jake Anderson, and humid weather during year I will spray the lilies mer of 2001 with his crew. Ph. 274-6136 ,m Westbrook. summer. This summer was also. Terra-Dome's building s Edith Swenson was a ideal for this disease. Organic gardeners can methods offer a highly effi- 1-800-410-1859 " Thursday through Sunday Botrytis blight in lilies try a baking soda mixture cient and simple approach to "  a guest at the Don Swenson, starts as oval shaped, red- (1/4 teaspoon per quart of 1 Jr. home, Sleepy Eye. dish brown to tan spots on water) sprayed weekly on - it La theleaves. The flowers and the foliage during wet/cold lttl00 l=:alls0000! flower buds can be covered spring and autumn days. " • 4r b with small brown freckles. Reapply after a heavy rain.  . [T F A';' r' NOTICE TO In advance cases, all the There are several other • TM ",:k SUBSCRIBERS lower leaves will rapidly flowers that are also often turn brown and die. The attacked by botrytis. These S & C R A F T S m Dear subscriber; bulb itself is not damaged, include African Violet. P but the sudden loss of leaves Cyclamen, Geranium, Saturday, September 11 ~ 9 am to 6 p , please check will reduce the number of Gerber Daisy, Lisianthus, Sunday, September 12 ~ 9 am to 4 pn ,.k flowers next year. Marigold, Pansy, Petunia, ) the due date on Lilies need to be in Poinsettia, Primrose and The Midwest's Largest? • Over g00 Exhibitors. -s your address areas with good air circula- Roses. Downtown Little Falls, MN. Hwy. 10- Between St. Cloud & Braine )t tion. Avoid crowded plant- ' label of your paper. In order CLASSIFIED ADS Find us on [ to avoid a lapse CALL the Web at = in your sub- 274-6136 come home. i scription, please o To our families for all the visits down at Rochel remit your 1-800-4 ] 0- ] 859 sioux- for helping with the girls and the benefit, we really ap ate everything. Thank you to the City of Walnut Grove ll renewal two the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum for bearing with us dutl this time. To Lenny Nott and the Museum staff for stepU weeks prior to up to the plate and keeping things running in our abser the expiration Special Thank You for the following benefit items: Kari& Mike, Kris & George Landuyt for donatinlJ date. hog. Michael & Angela Anderson for donating a hog. Tim Wester for processing the hogs. Sara Lee Baking of Sioux Falls for donating a  E G tion of the buns. / Walnut Grove Jaycees for the gambling permit, s F3 Fond Memories for printing of the raffle tickets. D Tracy Publishing for the posters, t s City of Walnut Grove for use of community cent 1 o Maydra & Bruce Maas for donating the milk. A Bernicks Pepsi for donating a portion of the poP:.. R B *2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Redwood County Chapter of Thrivant for matct tJ 19,000 miles ........ $18,500 Laredo, 20,000 miles.. $15,950 funds, cups and napkins. L *2004 Chevy Cavalier, 10,000 miles ................... $7,995 Walnut Grove Fire Depart. for roasting the ho' rE "1990 Ford Ranger4x4 ............................. $1,800 Hoyt Oil Ladies Bowling team for all the be # € F *2002 Ford Explorer XLT V8, 3rd seat, 35,000 miles ...... $14,900 "1996 Dodge Dorango SLT, 74,000 miles, 3rd seat ....... $7,500 work and goodies h , ,h,ur,.,uu,, down to Rochester, O All the individuals that donated their time and *2002 GMC Envoy SLE, loaded, 45,000 miles ........... $16,500  t to help with the benefit. (: EPAIRABLES *2000 Buick LeSabre, easy front, 56,000 miles ........... $4,950 Thank you to everyone for all the prayers andis =1 *2003 Buick LeSabre, Left front & side, 29,000 miles ...... $4,400 wishes sent to both Nicole and I and our families. It " *2002 Ford Focus, light front & bags, 46,000 miles ........ $3,300 wonderful living in a small town. *2000 Ford Contour, right rear, 64,000 miles ............ $1,500 Amy, Ford and Family II