DL News Staff
Marsh 50th anniversary An open house honoring Clarence and Helen Marsh, Osage, on their 50th wedding anniversary, will be held from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, June 24, at their lake home, 43503 218th St. on Big Toad Lake off Hwy. #34 East. No gifts please.
Kertscher 50th anniversary The children of Leonard (Bucky) and Caroline Kertscher wish to announce their upcoming 50th wedding anniversary. An open house in their honor will be held on Sunday, June 25, at the Holy Rosary Center from 1-3 p.m. No gifts please.
Domier-Redig engagement Rachel Domier and Daniel Redig would like to announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Dennis and Marilynn Redig, and Gary and Kris Domier, both of Detroit Lakes. Rachel graduated from Augsburg College in Minneapolis and will attend medical school in the fall. Rachel is employed at St. Mary's Hospital in Detroit Lakes. Dan graduated from Anoka-Hennepin Technical College in golf course management and is the superintendent at Mayville Golf Club. The couple will reside in Mayville.
SUNDAY, JUNE 18 2:00 pm- Callaway Community Council, Callaway City Hall. 2-4 pm-Compassionate Friends (grief support group for parents surviving the death of a child) currently meeting at Sunflower Hill Coffee Shop. Info: Brenda Houts, 218-846-9275. 7-8:00 pm- ALATEEN Group, Holy Rosary Church basement. 8:00 pm- AA, corner of Summit & Holmes, 844-9970. MONDAY, JUNE 19 8:30 am-7 pm- Adult Basic Education & GED tutoring, 204 E. Willow (Lincoln Ed. Ctr.).
U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson (D-Minn.) and the Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers are disappointed by the lack of ag disaster assistance outside the hurricane-stricken Gulf Coast states. Peterson criticized the Republican Leadership of caving "to pressure from the White House and failed to protect the agriculture disaster assistance funds provided by the Senate in the emergency supplemental spending bill." Peterson said the supplemental package includes billions of dollars in wasteful spending. "The impact on communities is the same.
The following are daily future price settlements on near-contracts for grain, livestock and dairy commodities for the week of June 9-15. Minneapolis spring wheat, July contract; Friday $4.45 1/2; Monday $4.49 3/4; Tuesday $4.45; Wednesday $4.33 3/4; Thursday $4.34 1/4. Chicago corn, July contract; Friday $2.42; Monday $2.47 1/2; Tuesday $2.43 1/4; Wednesday $2.37; Thursday $2.33. Chicago soybeans, July contract; Friday $5.85 3/4; Monday $6; Tuesday $5.95 3/4; Wednesday $5.89 1/2; Thursday $5.92 1/2. Chicago live cattle, August contract; Friday $78.85; Monday $78.62; Tuesday $79
Now is the time to be getting your dry bean white mold control program in operation for the year. White mold is the most serious yield limiting disease of edible beans under wet growing conditions. It also has become a problem during some years in soybeans. Scout your fields early and especially prior to flowering! White mold is caused by a fungus and develops as a white cottony growth on the stem, stem branches and pods of bean plants. The fungus also produces black, hard mats, which appear near the cottony growths.
Ducks Unlimited recently previewed a segment of its new television show WaterDog at its annual convention in Phoenix, Ariz. The show will begin airing in October on the Versus network (formerly the Outdoor Life Network). The show is hosted by nationally renowned dog trainer Justin Tackett and features his yellow Labrador retriever, Yella. DU communications director Gregg Patterson says almost three-quarters of DU members are dog owners.
Finding fish is almost always the key to fishing success. It has been said so many times before: You can't catch 'em if you can't find 'em. There are a few things to keep in mind when searching for summer fish. First, remember that eating is what fish do all summer. Their main objective every day is to find something to eat. Therefore, you should be looking for the areas that hold the food for the fish. Smallmouth bass eat crawdads much of the summer, so you should be fishing where the crawdads live. Walleyes eat perch in some lakes and open water forage like smelt in other lakes.
Cedar Crest Resort on White Earth Lake held their 9th annual Take a Kid Fishing Day June 10. The contest had 145 participating youth, with all receiving prizes. First place trophies were presented to the following: Aaron Short, northern pike, 3.77 pounds; Ariel Jasken, walleye, 4.26 pounds; Korina Holte, perch, .53 pounds; Annie Rothschadl, sunfish, .61 pounds; Josh Weber, bullhead, 1.48 pounds; Aaron Short, crappie, .84 pounds; Michael Rueloke, rock bass, .97 pounds; Alex Lass, largemouth bass, 1.87 pounds; and Jeff Cukla, smallmouth bass, 1.81 pounds. Cedar Crest Resort thanked sponsor