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hq,hUiltlhllllillllnlll,t,,llll,ihhllt,mllh,,llqll,ll ***************MIXED ADC 50902 09/13/99 SmallTownPap 's In i 217 W COTA ST 2 SHELTON. WA 98584-2263 6 Volume No. 27 Wednesday ~ii!!!iiz NUMBER 4 September 21, 2011 1 2 PAGES $1 0O Plus supplements in local edition ................ .~ -,-. .......... ~:~!~ .... . ~ - .... __ _ . . : . - ............ :-.-:: .. I Keith Weis made short work tearing into the old building which had been an area land mark for many years. Two sisters reflect on the recent demolition of their childhood home "Mike's Place" a mile north of Dovray By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune DOVRAY -- If you are old enough to remember, "Mike's Place" a landmark a mile north of Dovray, was a popular gathering place from the late forties to the mid seven- ties. Mike and his family ran the bowling alley, store and gas station during that period. About two weeks ago the cur- rent owner, Jenny Roberts of Dovray, decided to demolish the buildings which had been unoccu- pied for several years. She hired Keith Weis to do the work with the assistance of Darren Peters. It took the better part of a day to demo and burn the build- ings and some of the trees that had grown around it. Ninety one year old Ruby Yocliem lived just a' quarter mile down the road and remembers when Bob and Agnes Cohrs moved in a couple of buildings and set up a bowling alley and a store in the early forties. She said it was real handy for them to get groceries -- "a lot of people around here used it -- but there are getting to be less people living around here." She remembers going to the bowling alley to watch her sister said. "We used to go down there and play cards -- one night we got snowbound and had to spend the night there -- the wind came up and we were stuck," she said. "Irene was a really good neighbor. It just won't be the same when I go by the old corner." Sisters, Kathy and Beverl~. recalled some of the times they had growing up on the place. Their parents, Mike and Irene Zinda, bought the place from Bob and Agnes Cohrs in 1947. Beverly, the oldest of the children said, "at that time there was just an old train car and a small three room house my parents, me and two brothers, Dennis and Gary, lived in. It was real cozy." bowl. "We used to have potluck fish fries there, we had a lot of fun," she Landmark Page 3 Rolling Hills Golf Club ladies presented a $1,200.00 donation to Murray County Hospice. From left: Dolly Phelps and Jan Lindaman from Rolling Hills present a check to Wendy Forsberg from Murray County Hospice. Submitted photo IIs Rlli? ac ies donate $6,000 for local hospices After their 14th annual cancer tournament, the ladies of Rolling Hills Golf Course, Westbrook, were able tdd0nate $i,200 each ($6,000 total) to the following five local hospices: Sioux Valley Hospice, Windom; Sunset Hospice Cottage, Worthington; Hospice of Murray County, Slayton; Prairie Home Hospice, Marshall; and Redwood Area Hospital Hospice, Redwood Falls. All of the monies raised for cancer remained in our local areas and the areas where the door prizes for the tournament were collected. One hundred thirty- one women golfed in this tournament and each received a door prize. Success such as this in rural communities is due to the generosity of local busi- nesses and people willing to volunteer time and effort, which is greatly appreciated. Homecoming festivities will kick on Monday: Pajama Day, float building,window decorating, Skit preparation and the evening coro- nation starting at 7:30 at the high school auditorium. Tuesday: Bling Bling day, and Dodge Ball Tournament. Wednesday: Is Camo Day. Thursday: Neon Day, National Guard Rock Wall Climbing, Bon Fire following the volleyball game against RRC. Friday: Spirit Day, Homecoming Parade, Homecoming dance following the football game against Truman. Under class homecoming royalty. Freshmen attendants: Abby Dusek and Lane Anderson. Sophomore attendants: Madison Takle and Trey Kockelman. Jr attendants, Hunter Priegnitz and Josh Hoffman. Ushers: Kylee Jenniges, and Aaron Hass. 2011 Homecoming Royalty... Back from left: King candidates David McClellan, Derick Ourada, Tong Vang, Jacob Comnick, and Eli Herding. Front: Queen Candidates Karley Deprez, Jocelynn Glenn, Maddie Frank, Micaela Grams, Jamie Olson, and Kasia Her. Not pictured Dylan Jenniges. ON RECORD PAGE 2 EDUCATION PAGE 8 INSIDE PAGE 3 SPORTS PAGE 9 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 HUNTING SAFETY PAGE 10 FAITH & FAMILY PAGE 5 CLASSIFIED ADS PAGE 1 1 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 AREA FOCUS PAGE 12 COMMUNITY PAGE 7 FALL SPORTS PAGES 2, INFORMATION CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING CIRCULATION 507-274-6136 OR 800-4 ] 0-1859 N Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2011 Sentinel Tribune