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There will be a baby shower for Haylee Anne Schmall, infant daughter of Grant and Sarah (Fahje) Schmall at the Church of the Nazarene Fellowship Hall in Alberta, on Saturday, July 22, at 10:30 a.m. All are welcome. An open house 30th wedding anniversary dance will be held for Craig and Marty Petersen on Saturday, July 22, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., at the Eagles club in Morris. An open house bridal shower in honor of Lisa Schmidt, bride to be of Mike Melchert, will be held on Sunday, July 23 from 2-5 p.m. at the Kongsvinger Parish Hall.
Cyrus July 4 Eilert and Dorraine Beyer were supper and evening guests at the Larry and Jeanne Mi home. Thursday, July 6, Eilert and Dorraine Beyer and other family members and friends were supper and evening guests at the Tim and Pam Wasmund home near Boyd to help Kayla and Cory celebrate their 16th birthdays. Saturday, July 8, Tim and Pam Wasmund and Shannon and Cory of Boyd and Tyler Mithun of Cedar Rapids, Iowa were supper and evening guests at the Eilert and Dorraine Beyer home. Eilert and Dorraine Beyer went to the Phelps Mill Festival Sunday, July 9 near Underwood and were supper and
RECYCLING TRAILER TIMES AND LOCATIONS for rural residents: Alberta - 1st Saturday and Sunday of the month; south of the Cargill Elevator. Chokio - 2nd Saturday and Sunday of the month, in the County Shop, Hwy. 28. Donnelly - 3rd Saturday and Sunday of the month; just off Hwy. 9, south of City Park. Hancock - 4th Saturday and Sunday of the month, across alley from Hancock Co-op.
You will receive your Medicare card in the mail 3 months prior to eligibility. The Medicare card will include your name, Medicare claim number, the type of coverage you have, and the date your coverage starts. Medicare Part A or Hospital Insurance, helps cover your inpatient care in hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities. It also covers hospice care and some home health care. You must meet certain conditions to get these benefits. Most people dont have to pay a monthly a premium, for Medicare Part A.
Last week's headlines didn't look good for corn-based ethanol: -- "Food-crop biofuels given thumbs down." -- "Ethanol is sort of a drop in the bucket, scientists warn." -- "Study says ethanol not best alternative to oil." -- "Ethanol no 'silver bullet' for world's fuel problems.'" In many cases, ethanol supporters did not care for stories that went with the headlines around the world any better than they liked the headlines. firstname.lastname@example.org reported: "Producing biofuels such as ethanol from food crops isn't worth the effort." Grist Magazine's Web site added: "A new study casts serious d
A recent study found that in the year 2004, Americans reported having 30 percent fewer close friends than they did in 1985. One-quarter of the population reported having no close friends at all. This increased "social isolation," as the professors call it, came as a complete surprise to the researchers who conducted the study. In fact, they had embarked on their study hoping to discredit the 1995 book Bowling Alone by Robert Putnam. Putnam took a look at bowling leagues, among other groups, and found that people just aren't getting together like they used to.
Isn't it funny how one name can send you so far down memory lane that you almost have to take a vacation day just to find your way back? I was reading an obituary in my hometown newspaper and it hit me like a sunbeam following a downpour: Wattenhoffer. The landlord for my parents' first house in Park Rapids was a Wattenhoffer. Huh. Don't worry if you can't pronounce it. They're not from around these parts. But that one name reminded me of so much more, starting with Tiny's Meats, the butcher shop that Tiny Wattenhoffer had in Two Inlets.
Tim Grove said he doesn't expect any sibling rivalry to surface when the time comes to begin scheduling basketball practices with his brother Paul, the University of Minnesota, Morris' head men's basketball coach. It'll be a friendly family affair in the UMM basketball offices, Tim Grove said with a laugh. Grove has been named UMM's interim head women's basketball coach, said UMM Athletic Director Mark Fohl. Grove replaces Cougar women's basketball head coach Randi Peterson.
One of the simple pleasures of summer is the blinking of fireflies on a warm summer night. It evokes memories of camping, childhood, sultry nights, and canning jar lanterns. All of this summer magic is thanks to a peculiar group of insects known as fireflies or lightening bugs. These insects have a remarkable ability to harness light for their own use. Most fireflies belong to a family of insects called Lampyridae. They are not really flies at all but rather a form of beetle. Most fireflies use their ability to create flashes of light to attract a mate.
The Morris Tiger Sharks traveled to Fergus Falls for the 2006 Summer Season C and Below Northern Lights Swim Association Finals last week. The meet is designed for beginning swimmers and older swimmers who wish to work on their weaker events. No entry times above the C level are accepted. The NLSA has two finals each season: the first is for C and below times and the second is for faster A and B times.