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I : Annual Spring Parents' Day at Mankato State May 5th Mankato State University's Third Annual Spring Parents' Day will be on campus Saturday, May S. All currently enrolled MSU students and their parents as well as all high school seniors admitted for next fall and their parents are invited. Theme for the Parents' Day will be "Global Belonging." Senator Dave Duren- berger will be keynote speaker. The day's schedule will begin at 9 a.m. with registration at the Highland North Gym. Tours of the campus will be available from there. At 10 a.m. Dr. Layne Hopkins of the MSU Computer Science Department will speak on communication technology. Senator Durenberger's 10:30 a.m. keynote address will be followed by depart- ment displays and a barbecue on the campus mall. A bluegrass band will entertain. Scheduled for the afternoon are College Career Clusters at which MSU faculty, staff and students will be on hand to help with career information on specific fields. Drawings for door prizes including homecoming football tickets and play tickets will be at 3:30 p.m. The day will be concluded with remarks by MSU President Margarete Preska and a reception. Last year's event attracted more than 500 students and parents from throughout Minnesota, and even more are expected this year. Lane Anderson New administrator joins Lafayette Good Samaritan Center Richfield, Minnesota native Lane Anderson has joined the staff of the Lafayette Good Samaritan Center as the administrator. The position was held previously by John Ashton, who is now employed with the Good Samaritan system in Holstein, iowa. Anderson, who was spending his first full day "on his own" last Thursday, indicated a little surprise at his as- signment in Lafayette at this time. He had been serving as an administrative intern at the Arlington Good Samari- tan Center in Arlington, Ohio and did not expect to be placed in a job untilw sometime in May. However, he stated that, "I did expect a smaller (40 bed) home, and the home itself is pretty much what I expected. I do have a lot of questions and things to get sorted out. I like the fact that I'm close to the Twin Cities, in that most of my friends and family are there." Anderson, whose first two years of college were at Normandale J.C., completed his college education at St. Cloud State University. It was at St. Cloud that Anderson first looked at the prospect of becoming a home ad- ministrator. "The father of a friend and roommate of mine was an ad- ministrator and my friend was also going into the program. The program appealed to me since I enjoy working with people." Anderson has a degree in business Minnesota; he also did some intern- ship work at both the Colonial Acres Health Care Center in Golden Valley as well as at the Ebeneezer Covenant Home in Buffalo, Mn. After the college classes, special classes, nearly 1,000 hours of intern- ship and state testing, how does Anderson perceive the job that he is just beginning? "Essentially, 1 believe that it is a combination of public relations, management, and the coor- dinating of staff to best serve the needs of the residents in the most effective manner possible. The depart- ment heads consult with me on prob- lems within their departments of re- sponsibility." Though admitting to being a "big city" boy, Anderson enjoys the out- doors and is interested in sports and photography. Honor lists at MSU The academic honor list for the winter quarter at Mankato State Uni- versity has been announced by Dr. Phillip Kendall, vice president for academic affairs. Nine hundred seventy-six students earned a 3.5 to 3.99 average to qualify for the honor list. To qualify for academic honors, undergraduate stu- dents must be enrolled for at least twelve credit hours for a grade. Annual River Valley District Pinewood Derby April 13 The Pioneer groups of Trinity Lu- theran Church, Nicollet, hosted the annual River Valley District Pinewood Derby race on April 13. Winners in the Pioneer group, upper grade students were: 1st place, Jamie Hauson of St. Paul's Church, North Mankato; 2nd, Brent Jordon of St. John's, Redwood Falls and 3rd, Jim Malz of St. Paul's, Jordon. Winners in the Buckaroo group, grade 1-3 were: 1st place, Wade Hardel of Trinity, Nicollet; 2rid, Chris Gauker of St. Paul's. North Mankato and 3rd. Troy Davis of St. Paul's, Jordon. Best overall design prize went to Jeff Hopp of Trinity in Nicollet. Winners were presented with troph- ies and each participant received a ribbon. Eleven congregations represented included: Mt. Olive of Mankato, Trinity of Belle Plaine, St. John's of Redwood Falls, Zion of Morgan, Grace of LeSueur, St. Peter's of St. Peter, St. Paul's of North Mankato, St. Paul's of Jordon, St. Paul's of St. James, Trinity of Nicollet and Immanuel of Gibbon. 3,000 processed turkeys hit the ditch when a semi left the road on a curve approximately one- half mile north of Lafayette. The driver apparently lost a front wheel but, fortunately, was un- injured. The accident occurred about 5:40 p.m. Monday. Lafayette-New UIm Lunch Menu LAFAYETTE & NEW ULM MENU April 30 thru May 4 Mon.--Blueberry pancakes with syrup, Eureka Vacuum Cleaners for all types of carpets -- see lsenberg Electric, Lafayette. Thursday, April 26, 1984 ( Courtland HULKE'S Food Mark et company pe -- not price Bob Wise Bob Lafayette 228 For all your Chemical & Fertilizer needs, see LaRay or Neal at II I Farmers Co-op of Lafayette Ag Service Center, Lafayette Phone 228-8224 or 1.800-642-4104 I Ill I I II I III I I I CRINKLE CUTS ........ 5LB109 PUDDING POPS BOOTH JELLO ALL VARIETIES Sliced Bologna... 12 oz. $1.39 FISHBURGER .......... 12oz139 PUDDING POPS. ...I Corn Kin PET RITZ CREAM PiES ........................................ Sliced Bacon .............. $1 .39 JENO'S PIZZA ROLLS ................................. ALLVARIE56 Holsum Stone Ground I x/2 # loaf Wheat Bread S109 Jumbo Doughnuts Plain or Sugared 12 count $1.59 _,/ ICE o#  CREAM, Vanilla and assorted flavors in half gallon squares. $1.49 SSC I BUSH S BEST RED KIDNEY BEANS .......... is oz 2/79¢ HONEY HELL PEACHES IRREGULAR ................. 29 OZ 79¢ KLEENEX WHITE & ASSORTED FACIAL TISSUE ....................... 7s c 79¢ Banner BATHROOM TISSUE ........... 4 ROlL 89€ DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW 24oz 149 SCHILLING IMITATION BACON CHIPS . :oz 99¢ r GD SHEE S, RNOT, TRASH BAGS ..... o CT 89 ¢ GD LAWN BAGS ....   CT 169 ERA CONCENTRATED LAUNDRY DETERGENT ....... 32 oz 199 DAWN DISHWASHING LIQUID .22 oz 119 1 BETTY CROCKER FANCILY UDGE 8ROWNIE MIX 2150Z CREAMETTE MACARONI ........ 2 LB 129 QUAKER LIFE CEREAL .......................... 200z 179 OPEN PIT BARBECUE SAUCE ............... 1B oz 89 ¢ Seven Seas ,TALIAN SALAD DRESSING .............. BOZ 79 WIZARD CHARCOAL LIGHTER ..... 3: oz 149 HEAVY DUTY REYNOLDS WRAP ........... 2s   69¢ KRAFT PARKAY MARGARINE LAND 0 KES AMERC N ....... CHEESE LOAF ........... We have potato & onion actS' r .... "'" HI tO COUPON ................ HILO CouPON ii BETTY CROCKER 20  " BETTY cROC' M,LY Eu :  POTATO BROWNIE MIX : , ....... : 1375 OZ ttT ONE WIT COUP L!M OE CJPO{', ER  tT ONE WITk C{)Ut:'ON CUSTOMER ,AL(D THOU APriL 2 98 : Increased speed of application Greater accuracy of application Varied row widths ( 30-40" ) • A foam marking system The Spra-Coupe offers: • Less compaction Spra Coupe I .... Chemical Application - Farmers Co-op now has a new mann's "" "  n ne,rv ..n,  ,l?,:S management He continued his col- Honor students in this area include: Polish sausage, fruit juice, peanut butter  !'O €" II,,;;..,..CALIFORNIA • sand., chilled apple sauce. /, r ¢  legiate work toward becoming an ad- Edward Depuydt and Mary Maid,, Tues.--Cheeseburger on abun, French ' 4 g_E -D ...... _t' ! ministrator by taking several special- both of Route 1, Lafayette, ano Larry fries, catsup, carrot sticks, dill chips, " .r...,, ..__-._. WASHINGTONX-FCY REDOE, ized classes at the University of 5tueve of Lafayette. butterscotChwed._SpaghettiPuddingwithwithmeattOpping.sauce, let-  .,gI,gl:gl APPLES ................ SL i 00IIL i tuce salad with dressing' wheat bread and  Lafayette PCA of Mankato butter, cheese sticks, chilled pear sauce, r0il]i'SfliiiEi !ll MUSHROOMS0, ' Thurs.--aar-B-Que pork on a bun, hash ""t2]:"rus;Ev- cS . IIli HEAD CANTALOUP Offices in St. Peter, , I l/ • browns, buttered corn, bread and butter  - Iff--- -r- VINERIPE I 00llr I sand'' h°memade c°°kie" E Gaylord and New Ulm Fri.--Fishwich on a bun, tartar sauce, French fries, catsup, carrot sticks, star • vc_ BANQUET ........ stick ice cream bar. I FRYING CHICKEN ,,. .,,-----..-.-.--- i ..i , -- .. i--- , Old Fashioned or All Beef 12OZ. .... , ! !l.\\; !IjAPPLE JUICE ........  Skin-On Wieners ........ $2.69 lb.