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l Through The Grapevine , The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, June 3, Ruthton News I by WANETA SItRIVER - 658-3929 Chester and Barbara Petersen attended graduation exercises at TracT on Sunday afternoon. They also attended open house after com- mencement in honor of TracT graduate Erin McCoy, who is their granddaughter and daughter of Mike and Amy McCoy. Chad Petersen of Brooklyn Park also at- tended graduation and open house. Ruthton Seniors Learn Weather... Tyler Police Chief A! Rensvold visited at the Ruthton Senior Center Monday, May 24 to talk to the seniors about severe weather aware- ness and safety. Police Chief Rensvold showed a short video and talked about what safety measures to take during severe weather such as tornados and lightning storms. Chief Rensvold also told the seniors about a new battery free crank AM/FM radio that is now available and recommended that everyone should have one. There were over 20 seniors in attendance. Nutrition Services, Inc. Ruthton Senior Dining Menu Week of June 7-11 For reservations call 658-3676 MONDAY: Hamburger on bun, potato salad, calico beans, sherbert TUESDAY: Egg and cheese bake, petite cinnamon roll, fresh fruit, fruit juice, pudding. WEDNESDAY: Chicken chow mein over rice, oriental cabbage salad, bread stick, Mandarin or- anges. THURSDAY: Roast beef, mashed potatoes w/gravy, carrots, jello fluff. FRIDAY: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, mixed veg- etables, cake. Nutrition Services, Inc. Lake Benton Senior Dining Menu Week of June 7-11 MONDAY: Hamburger on bun, potato salad, calico beans, sherbert. TUESDAY: Night meal. Roast beef, mashed potatoes w/gravy, carrots, jello fluff. WEDNESDAY: Chicken chow mein over rice, oriental cabbage salad, bread stick, Mandarin or- anges. THURSDAY: 9 a.m., brunch. Egg and cheese bake, petite cinna- mon roll, fresh fruit, fruit juice, pudding. Blood sugar at 8:30 a.m. FRIDAY: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, mixed veg- etables, cake. The Lake Benton Opera House and The Lake Benton Axea Chamber of Commerce  present ....... RON Yg THE RBDHBHBDSE HEbblE, EAN'T EBRNER TBD TflEIU[ A Two-Act Meloema the lake Benton ! EItb coiab, atlon Wednesday, June I6th at 7:30 PM Thursday. June lTth at 6:30 PM Thursday's p eflorrnance will be followed by the hake Benton ]25th Talent Show at 8:00 PM Admission: $6.00 :or Reservations Call the Opera House Ticket Office at 507-368-4620 9 AM TO 6 PM Prodce'd b,, special arranrrlent tt,!th Piore, er Dr(irTa Seric'es, inc, LINOLN OUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE HOLE IN THE hT. PARK, LAKE BENTON FRIDAY, JULY 16 Contact: Lake Benton: Janis Johnson 368-4328 or Lisa Willert 368-4877 Tyler: Rochelle Borresen 247-5387 or Danielle Brandt 658-3651 Ivanhoe: Chris Clarke 694-1743 or Jacki Studemann 694-1452 Hendricks: Harvey Buchholz 275-3521 or Brenda Buus 275-3096 Wl .DER PAGEANT walnutgrove.org Walnut Grove, MN 27th annual outdoor drama based on the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder July 9-10.11, 16.17.18, 23-24-25 Pageant Tickets Tourist Information 888-859-3102 888-528-7298 Elkton School Among Top Three Secondary Level, Challenge A: Destinations In Time They came from 47 United States, several Canadian provinces and nine other countries, bringing with them a spirit of creativity and adventure. Today marks the cul- mination of the 2004 Destination ImagiNation Global Finals, an event which saw more than 14,000 reg- istered attendees and several thou- sand more well-wishers converge on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus for a four-day tournament celebrating the next generation of original thinkers. Each team competed in a Team Challenge whose solution took sev- eral months to perfect, and also an Instant Challenge, an on-the-spot Area News test of their ingenuity and creaiiv- ity. Among the top three finishers in Challenge A: Destinations in Time, secondary level, in third place was Elkton School, Elkton, SD. Russell Report by ALTA GIFFORD Russell Lions Club Met May 17 The Russell Lions Club met Monday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called to or- der by President Mark Demuth with the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. A motion was made by LeRoy Sik, seconded by Mark Meulebroeck, to accept the secretary's report with the correc- tion; RTR/Lynd Scholarships. All voted in favor. The treasurer's report was ap- proved as given with a motion by Mark Meulebroeck, seconded by LeRoy Sik. All voted in favor. For old business, the work schedule for the concession stand for Bandwagon Days was passed amongst the Lion members to sign up for designated day and time. Lion Gary Kellen reported he had not heard or received any com- ments, as of yet, regarding Lyon County Work Schedule/Contract from the Lyon County Fair Board. For new business, discussion was held regarding meeting loca- tions between Russell and Lynd. Unanimous decision was to meet at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 21st at Wing's Cafe for a meal and meet- ing. Secretary JoAnn will send out notices. A thank you note was read from RTR Dollars for Scholars. Lion Gary will send a copy of the stipulations designating one student each from Russell and Lynd school. A motion was made by Brad Johnson, seconded by Aaron Swanson, to donate $50 towards the funding for sending an individual to Lyon County SOS Camp at Shetek. All voted in favor. With no further business, a motion was made by LeRoy Sik, seconded by Brad Johnson to ad- journ. All voted in favor. Respectfully submitted, JoAnn Buchert .Area News And Bunkers Named Outstanding Senior Boy And LAKE BENTON VALLEY JOURNAL - A First Dollar Award presented to Mark Steffan at Steffan Law Office by the Lake Chamber of Commerce. Chosen as LBHS Outstanding Senior Boy and Outstanding Seni( girl at last week's Award Night were Garrett Petersen and Dannica i kers. HENDRICKS PIONEER - On May 26th, a farewell potluck was held at the Grace United Methodist Church for Pastor and Harold Knolls and members of the congregation. Pastor and Mrs. Knolli will no longer be serving the parish of Grace United Methodist Ivanhoe United Methodist Churches as they will be leaving Marshall moving to Houston, TX. IVANHOE TIMES - Teresa Hamiel plans to join Ivanhoe Clinic as Physicians Assistant at the end of August, 2004, following the comph tion of her EA. education at the University of South Dakota in lion, SD. She will complete her EA. degree this July. Both she and husband are originally from Britton, SD and they will be moving to Ivanhoe area in August. Thirty-six seniors graduated from Lincoln HI High School in Iv on May 29. Valedictorian was Kelly Horgan, daughter of Jim and Horgan of Hendricks. Salutatorian was Mark Stoffel, son of Ted an Mary Stoffel of lvanhoe. BALATON -PRESS TRIBUNE - Six college students from Ja recently visited Balaton to research aspects of Yankton Country School' (YCS) building and students. The students shared that most schools it Japan have around 500 students and they would like to visit a ck school about the size of YCS. They planned to visit three other schools in Los Angeles, Bakersfield, and Lodi, CA. Paul Luitjens has been named as the new administrator at Manor of Balaton and Clarkfield Care Center at Clarkfield. He has been in long-term care administration for 13 years. He will be assuming his role at Colonial Manor of Balaton on Monday, June 14. FULDA FREE PRESS - Brenda Wehking of the Fulda Women was recently honored with the Key Woman Award at the State Women of Today Convention held in Mankato the weekend 21. It is the highest award bestowed on a member of the Minr Women of Today. Brenda is currently holding the position of President. TRACY HEADLIGHT HERALD - Two long-time Tracy America Legion members traveled to Washington, D.C. for the dedication of the World War I1 veteran's memorial on May 22. Both men served in the United States military during the World War II era. PIPESTONE COUNTY STAR - One hundred seniors Sunday, May 30 with commencement exercises held at the Hi Pageant Grounds. Seniors Danny Andrews, Adrienne Boese, and Me Keller presented student addresses. There will be a Fly-In Drive-ln Breakfast at the Pipestone Munici Airport On Saturday, June 5, 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Runway dedication is at 10:30 a.m. Sponsored by Golden K's and Pipestone Municipal Air- We're the Best at What We Do You're an American Farmer. You're the BEST at what you do. You do everything in your power to produce the world's food. But you can't control the Weather. We can help you control the onsequences of weather. We're the best at what WE do. Contact Gary or Deb For All Your Crop Insurance Needs. Phone 823-4391. 2004 CROP HAIL INSURANCE RATES Basic Disappearing Disappearing Disappearing Disappearing 10% Deductible 10% Deductible 5% Deductible 30% Deductible At 25% At 50% At 25% a 55% LYON COUNTY .......... Rock Lake Township Corn ............................... , ............. 4.60 ................ 2.95 ................ 2.85 ................ 3.75 ................ 1.35 Soybeans ..................................... 9.30 ................ 7.05 ................ 6.80 ................ 8.30 ................ 3.80 Shelbume Township Com ............................................ 5.40 ............... 3.45 ................ 3.35 ................ 4.45 ................. 1.55 Soybeans ................................... 10.00 ................ 7.60 ................ 7.30 .........  ...... 8.90 ................. 4.10 Lyons Township Com ............................................. 4.60 ............... 2.95 ................. 2.85 ................ 3.75 ............... 1.35 Soybeans .................................... 9.60j ................ 7.30_ ................. 7.00 ................ 8.55 ............... 3.95 Coon Creek Township Corn ............................................ 5.90 ............... 3,80 ............... 3.65 ............... 4.85 ............... 1.70 Soybeans ................................... 11.70 ................ 8.90 ............... 8.55 ............... 10.40 ................ 4.80 Lynd Township Corn ..... ....................................... 4.10 ................ 2.60 ................ 2.55 ................. 3.35 ................ 1.20 Soybeans.,.. .......................... : ...... 8,90 ................ 6.75 ................ 6,50 ................. 7.90 ............... 3.65 Island Lake Township Corn ........................................... 5.90 ................ 3.80 ................. 3.65 ................ 4.85 ................ 1.70 Soybeans ................................... 11,90 ................ 9.05 ................. 8.70 ................ 10.60 ............... 4.90 LINCOLN COUNTY Marshfield Township Corn ............. . .............................. 7.80 .............. 5.00 ................. 4,85 ................ 6.40 ................ 2.25 Soybeans .................................... 13.50 .............. 10.25 ................ 9.85 ............... 12.00 ................ 5.55 Hope Township Corn ............................................ 6.70 ............... 4,30 ................ 4.15 ............... 5.50 ................. 1.95 Soybeans .................................... 11.60 ............... 8.80 ................ 8.45 ............... 10.30 4.75 Lake Benton Township Corn ............................................ 7.80 ............ 5.00 ............... 4.85 .............. 6.40 ................ 2.25 Soybeans .................................... 13.90 - 10.55 ............... 10.15 .............. 12.35 ................. 5.70 Diamond Lake Township Com ............................... 8.00 .............. 5.10 ................ 4.95 .............. 6.55 ................. 2.30 Soybeans ............................ : ....... 14.20 ._. ........... ,10.80 ................ 10.35 .............. 12 65 ................ 5.80 For quotes on other townships and coverages, please see me. Town & Country Agency Gary Kellen or Deb Michel at 507-823-4391 P.O. Box 360, Russell, MN ' .A