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Wrestling started last with the team duel meeL ousted the Jays 30 to 29 before by the number one Heron 12 - 58. District Wresding Saturday, February Charger won an but four second and one to advance to the this and Saturday 23rd at the tournament against Chargers started fast a win by Jason Steen by Adam Krick and The Chargers "the next three matches for the still injured and close loses by and Phil Robey. then got a decision a for a 24 to 12 yer got a major ~and Paul Caswell tied for points. positions are weights as are the HLOL proved to be a and the Chargers managed the in the first 7 weight With a draw. Andy Haar 6 more points for the with a pin. Josh Meyer ~t of the Red Rock points HLOL then to defeat the Windom the District Team )41 19. District ;hip was held in top 3 individuals in at class advance to Rock had Jason Steen, Travis VanDeWiele all place 2rid and 3rd to qualify for 7-A Tournament in SL 103, Jason Steen placed Haberman from to Carlson of 112 pound weight Adam Krick pinned before being Kraft of I-ILOL for his finish. At 119, Travis had hit a milestone in wrestling with his in the team meet He then got his first the tie with Jansma of In the individual Travis tee. failed and then gave an mjury default suffered week against Jansma. Ourada placed ln over Flaherty of then losses to Holt of and Handevidt of 135, Phil Robey failed a loss to Johnson of Immer placed With a win over Thurmer and losses to Pauling of a close 2 - 3 decision to Andy Haar placed 3rd to Bakalyar of HLOL Over Goede of Jackson. Cohrs was in a weight seniors. Tim lost a close to Bretzman of HLOL to place. Josh Meyer at 160 by defeating before losing to placed 4th at 171 is a little heav,j for wanted to compete 189, Paul Caswell also With a win over Johnson and losses to Miller of ma rty of B/O/mr Jorgenson lost to and failed-to @ On to Region WWG CHARGERS -- advanced 5 wrestlers to the Region tournament at St. James this weekend. Pictured left to right are Travis Van De Wiele, Andy Haar, and Jonathon Steen. not pictured is Adam Krick and Josh Meyer. St Photo. WG School Lunch Menu--Feb. 25 - Mar 1, 1991 Breakfast: Monday -- Waffles, sausage patty, fruit, milk. Tuesday -- Cereal w/milk, toast, juice. Wednesday -- Cinnamon rolls, fresh fruit, milk. Thursday -- Breakfast patty and cheese on English muffin, potato wedges, milk. Friday--- ,Cereal w/milk, muffins, juice. : Lunch: ' Monday -- Double cheeseburger, potato chips, baked beans, frlait, milk. --n Tuesday -- Tater tot hotdish, b/b, California mix w/cheese sauce, brownies, fruit, milk. Wednesday -- Hot turkey on bun, rice, lettuce salad, fruit, bars, milk. ThurSday"-V--' Spaghetti, garlic bread, vegetable, fruit, milk. Friday -- Fish sandwich on bun, cheese slices, french fries, peas, fruit, milk. WWG CHARGER -- Adam Krtck tried to turn over his opponent during the District 7" team championships last Tuesday a week ago. ST Photo by Jason Merchant. :" .d f- t ? / "7 J F :: "% 4-H speaking winners The following were winners In the Cottonwood County 4-H public speaking and communications contest held Saturday, February 9th. pictured above is Jane Mathlason and Andy Kopperud, Below is Joanna Kopporud, Matt Kopperud, and Karl Enstad. They will all advance to the District competition Wednesday April 3rd at Balaton. ST Photo. + txO ,rt ' ll't, Cottonwood County 4-H communicators advance to district Ten 4-H youth will advance to the District 4-H Public Speaking/Communication Arts Contest. Named to represent Cottonwood County at the Southwest District Contest at Balaton on April 13 are: Leah Olson, Springfield Sparklers, Beginner 1I -- Photo journalism. Melissa Brugman, Dale Diggers, Getters', Inteniaediate--In terpretive Reading. These entries were selected from a field of 16 entries at the Cottonwood County 4-H Public Speaking/Communication Arts Contest held Saturday, February 9 at the ,Extension Office near Windom. Recognized in their respective Beginner I--Creative Writing. age divisions as overall winners were: Jane Mathiason, Ann Go Getters, Beginner 1--Julianne Oison Beginner II-,Creative Writing. Beginner II-Matt Kopperud Missy Knudsort, Windom Intermediate--Missy Knudson Workers, Intermediate--Creative Advanced-Anita Tbeesfeld Writing. Karl Enstad, Ann Go Getters, Beginner II, Public Speakipg. Mara Bttrginger, OerRtantown Livewires, Intermediate--Public Speaking. Anita Theesfeld, Great Bend Peppy Pals, Advanced--Public They will be presented plaques and cash awards by the 4-H Leader's Council at their next meeting on March 25. Speakers who advance to the District Contest will be making their presentations at that meeting also. Judge for the day was Shelley Speaking. Cord-Swanson of Odin. 4-H Junior Julianne Olson, Springfield Sparklers, Beginner I--Interpretive Leaders who assisted in conducting Reading. the event were: Heather Crowell, Matt Kopperud, Ann Go Getters, Dale Diggers; Jason Tibodeau, Beginner II--Interpretive Reading. Springfield Sparklers and Nicole Andv Kopperud Ann Go Woizeschke;LakesideLionizers. + WiNDOM -- Travis Van De Wiele nearly had hts man pinned during the semi finals of the Dlatrict 7 individual tournament last Saturday. ST Photo. District Spelling Bee held at Middle School Feb. 13 one Pin District Spelling Bee final rounds of competition were held Wednesday, February 13th at 8:30 a.m. in the middle school. Eight finalists including two representatives from each grade 5 - 8, competed for the honor of representing the district at regional competition in Marshall on March 8th. Justin McKinney, an eighth grader, placed first. His alternate is Andy Kopperud, 6th grade. Justin will compete in the regions while ,Andy will prepare to compete if '+ Justin cannot attend. Other students who participated ,~>~ ~ . +%+,41~+~ in the District Spelling Bee were Alli.~m Ca.ssel and Andrea Olsem, J~.~" grade 5; Cathy Baumann, grade 6; Lucas White and Sandy Klasse, ,~ ,~ grade 7; and Chris Hansen, grade 8. The competition was co- ordinated by Mrs. Emily Hagedon. Mrs. Beth Kleven, Mrs. Deb Ham" and Mrs. Betty Bannick acted as Justin McKInnev, ~ WINDOM -- Paul Caswell worked on his opponent Saturday afternoon at the District 7 judges of the contest. Individual tournament. ST Photo. ' Spelling Bee Champ .q~n~atnr V,~,karm~-- "I have an awful lot of respect a res WB School Lunch v n. " r "-" mm Old astu Io ~o lssioner ~aammenga ann r~ t. ld -as'ur Menu--Feb. 25 - Consolidatlonwrong his ideas " said Vickerman "Yo" Y-,g,-~79~-&"" - "]-i,',W,~Vr";' it1 lhic n~rtit-,1.r you enjoy trees ana wnume, inere March 1, 1991 J " W~V 1PI1 00 v, -"--a "'- ~ sit-a,i,n ~ r N ~';""~':. is now a possibility that these areas ma~ ees for wildlife Monday -- Chili, crackers, WWG Athletic State Senator Jnm Vmt(erman, nro,~sals will do more h~m, than can oe pxantea to u c relishes, apple crisp, grilled Calendar T.racy, today expressed h~ conce,rn ~oo~d~'for rural' Minnesot"'a"As a habitat un der a new cost-share cheese/butter sandwiches, milk. Thursda, February 21--8-00, that oovernor ~ar~son s . " " program, tnis new program can Tuesday Pancakes, butter, administration is heading in the rural iegtsiator, i can either express reduce the cost to you by as much -- GB Districts at Windom" vs Travis Van De his one iin during the toumamem a ' last Tuesday. Travisl ST wrong direction in the area of education. Senator Vickerman cited a proposal by Commissioner of Education Gene Mammenga to dramatically alter the land~ape of Minnesota's school districts by forcing consolidation of small schools. &TRIBUNE PAGE 9 - Woatbrook, MN - WodnelKlay, February 20, 1991 - syrup, sausages, + fruit Comfrey. my concern now -- or wait until it as seventy-five percent. Manycup/blackberry sauce, peanut is too late to do anything." a " p stures are near creeks and Friday, February 22---4:30, WR "Schools in rural communities streams making them the idealbutter/bu~dwiches, milk. Region Individuals at St. James. are more than buildings where kids location for such plots. We all Wednesday -- Oven fried 6:30,BB at Marshall. go to get an education," explained benefit from trees! Stop by or call chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, Saturday, February 23--WR Vickerman. "They are where towns the Cottonwood Soil and Waterrelishes, sauce, honey/butter Regions at St. James. 9:00 a.m folk gather for community events, Conservation District (831-1153). sandwiches, chocolate/whitemilk. 5th & 6th grade Basketball where people come to participate Also don't forget our tree open Thursday -- Tacos w/all the Tournament at WG. 6:00, GB in their local government and house on February 27, 1991. trimmings, buttered corn, relishes, Dislrict SemiFinals at Jackson or state's political system. If t fresh fruit, muffin, sandwiches, Windom, communities lose their schools, Thursday, February 28--6:30, they lo~c a big part of their quality The temperature of the earth's in- milk, BB District Quarter Fiaals vs of lifc." tertor inereaee$ by one degree for Friday-- Crunchy fish wedges, . BOML at Jackson. WR State every 60 feet down. tarter sauce, tater tots, cole slaw, T~enL lemon dessert, jelly/butter sandwiches, milk.