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7~ BRRRRR Members of the Boys Golf team braved a chilly north wind Monday afternoon as they waited to tee off from the first tee. ST Photo. season under way Immunization Program Westbrook/Walnut Grove High School, April 15, 1991, 9:15 am. An immunization clinic is being Red Rock Boy's in 6:00.56. conducted by the Cottonwood- Track results Total Team Points--Heron Jackson Community Health Lake/Okabena/Lakefield 99.5,Services for those students needing 100 M. Dash - (lst) Ben Jans, Jackson 63, Red Rock 44, Mt.their 10-year Tetanus-Diphtheria 11.86 38Tff, ple Jump - (lst) Chad Boeck, Lake/Butterfield/Odin 43.5. (Td) booster. The cost will be $3.00 per dose. Pole Vault - (lst) Doug Individual Platings for Red Please let the school know if you Westerman, 11'0" Rock.--,are unable to pay this charge. High Jump - (lst) Kevin Shot - (3rd) Barb Cooley, 24 Provisions will be made for you. Johnson, 5' 6" 11 . No immunization will be given 2420250 M. Dash - (ls0 Ben Jans, Long Jump - (2nd) Michellewithout a signed permit. If your Lindaman, 14' 8 112" child is known to have allergies x 100 Relay - (lst) Josh3200 M. Relay - (3rd) Nicki that may cause difficulty, check Meyer, Jesse Hanish, Ben Jans, Weis, Tracy Olson, Erin Grams, with your doctor before signing the Chad Boeck, 47.16 Jenny Olsem, I 1:27 consent form. Please have your child wear a SHQRT SLEEVE 100 M. High Hurdles - (2nd)100 M. Hurdles - (5th) Clarinda SHIRT on the day of the clinic. Doug Westerrfian, 17.99 Krick, 18.56 400 M. Dash - (2rid) Kevin 800 M. Relay - (3rd) Michelle Johnson, 56.82 Lindaman, Karl Bondus, Gina 300 M. Int. Hurdles - (2nd)K, ronback, Jami Wolf, 2:06 WG School Lunch Doug Westerman, 46.63 Discus - (2nd) Chris Paplow, 109' 7" Long Jump - (2nd) Ben Jans, 18' 7"High Jump - (Tie for 2nd) Chad Boeck, 5' 6" Medley Relay - (2nd) Eric Kronback, Jesse Hanish, Kevin Johnson, Mike Immer, 4:09.2 4 x 400 Relay - (2rid) Eric Olson, Mike Immer, Doug Westerman, Kevin Johnson, 3:59.5 100 M. Dash - (3rd) Chad Boeck, 12.01 Shot Put - (3rd) Josh Meyer, 39' 3 112" 800 M. Run - (4th) Eric Olson, 2:21.03 Triple Jump (4th) Jesse Hanish, 35' 1" "1600 M. Run - (lst) Sarah Meyer, 6:00.56 400 M. Dash - (3rd) Jenny Olsem, 68.55 300 M. Hurdles - (4th) Carla Kjorness, 55.22 800 M. Run (3rd) Sarah Meyer, 2:39.7 (5th) Tmcy Olson, 2:54.27 3200 M. Run - (3rd) Julie Immer, 13.56.39 1600 M. Relay - (2nd) Jenny Olsem, Rachel Homing, Gina Kronback, Nicki Weis, 4:47.65 Artist in residence at WWG Middle School Discus - (4th) Steve Crowell, 94' The WWG Middle School will 0" be hosting Laurie Hinz/Putze, artist 800 M. Run - (5th) Mike Immer, in residence from Wednesday, 2:21.61 April 11 to Friday, April 19. High Jump (5th) Steve Crowell, 5' 4" Team Points--- Red Rock 81 1/2; Jackson 79 1/2; Mt. Lake/Butterfield/Odin 73; Heron Lake/OkabeanA.ake field 26. This was a super outing for Red Rock. I was really happy with the effort of our men after having so few practices before this meet. We showed some real stren.gths that should continue to mprove throughout the season. Thts had to be one of the nicest days weather-wise we've had in close to two seasons for a track m~L Coach LeBcq litlier Ms. Hinz/Putze will provide creative dance experrence integrating interdisciplinary studies relative to "save the Earth" or "Earthworks". A schedule has been set up for students in the middle school to attend the instructions. There will also be a workshop for the general public on Thursday, April 11 for anyone who is interested in attending. The workshop will be from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m Students will be performing for the public on Friday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. There will be admission for this performance for those who are not involved in the presentation. Menu---April 15 - 19 Breakfast: Monday -- Cereal, toast, juice, milk. Tuesday -- French toast sticks, ham patty, fruit, milk. Wednesday -- Sausage and cheese on English muffin, fruit, milk. Thursday -- Cereal, muffins, juice, milk. Friday -- Pancakes, sausage links, fruit, miLk. Lunch: Monday -- Hamburgers, baked beans, tri-taters, fruit, bars, milk. Tuesday Lasagna, garlic bread, jello, lettuce salad, fruit, milk. Wednesday -- Chicken, augratins, b/b, mixed vegies, fruit, roll-ups, milk. Thursday -- Pizza burgers, french fries, fruit, muffins, milk. Friday --- Fish wedges, b/b, mashed potatoes, green beans, fruit, milk. WB School Lunch Menu--April 15 - 19 Monday --Turkey in gravy, mashed potatoes, sauce, relishes, frosted graham crackers, tuna salad/butter sandwiches, milk or chef's salad. Tuesday -- Chili, crackers, relishes, apple crisp, grilled cheese/butter sandwiches, milk. Wednesday -- Chicken nuggets, honey/barbecue dip, fries, catsup, sauce, bar, honey/butter sandwiches, chocolate/white milk. Red Rock competes Thursday -- Spaghetti in Jackson Invitational The activity has been made casserole, grated cheese, green possible in part by a grant from the beans, fruit juice, garlic toast/butter The Red Rock Track Team Southwest Minnesota Arts and sandwiches, milk. opened their season with a meet Humanities Council, (SMAHC)Friday -- Fishwich on bun, April 4th at Jackson. It is the first which receives funding from the tarter sauce, lettuce, vegetable, year for the combination of State Legislature, the McKnight white cake/lemon topping, Westbrook Walnut Grove and Foundatmn, Otto Bremer sandwiches, milk or chef's salad. Stordcn Jeffers in track, and with a Foundation, the Southwest very young and inexperienced team, the girls went out and showed some real promise. Senior Sarah Meyer was the lone first place winner for the Red Rock team, running the 1600 meter run II ii I I Regional development commission and other contributors. Other grants were received from the Wilder Pageant Committee, and the Laura Ingalls Wildea" Museum. * * * PARENTS * * * Celebrate CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS' DAY Friday, April 12, 1991 Proclaimed by Governor Arne Carlson How can you show your appreciation to your child's caregiver? * Bring flowers. * Bring treats or a present. * Take your child care giver out to iunch * Volunteer your timefor an activity with the children. * Or[ anize a special staff recognition day at your child's center or home. *" Give your earegiver a bonus. * Call your state and federal legislators and tell them you want them to support more funding for child care. * Have your child make a special picture for your caregiver. * Take a photograph of the earegivet with all the children. Say THANK YOU! to your earegivet. * Offer to run an errand for your earegiver. * Give a gift certifw.ate from a bookstore or toy store for supplies. * Let your provider know you appreciate all the warm nurturing care your child receives. This notice was placed in appreciation of the area's child care professionals by the Western Community Action, Inc. Child Care Resource & Referral agency. I Slayton Auction Barn Open for aHclasses of livestock. Winter Hours: Hay & Straw 12:00 Livestock 1:00 Licensed & Bonded for your protection. Phone 836-6244 Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances On Display at Sales & Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6166 I t Charger wrestlers attend Springfield Tournament On Saturday, April 6, six boys wrestled at the Springfield Jaycee Wrestling Tournament. Chuck Barrie and Jason Steen were along to coach the young wrestlers. MJke Coht arid Jonathon Steen placed fh-st by winning both their matches. Alex Ourada, Dustin Krick and Andy Ourada all won their first SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 10, 1991 match and lost their next for a second place finish. Alex's second , match went into overtime. II J ~- Mike Barrie lost his first match and won his second match to receive a 3rd place medal. The wrestlers will attend their last tournament for this year on Friday night, April 12, at Tracy. Standardized tests at school The WWG Districts will be administering standardized tests to all students during April. The Chapter 1 Parent Advisory Council would like to offer you the following suggestions on how you can help your child do his or her Nothing fishy about it--one of the flounder's eyes travels to the other side of its head as the fish develops. The winter flounder's eyes are on its right side, while the summer flounder's eyes are on Its left. You can make sure your child gets plenty of sleep, gets plenty of More Hoops : exercise and eats good meals. When you think 'Hoop' season is about to end you find You can give your child the following advise . . . listen to only changes location. ST Photo. directions carefully, read the ctions fully, Homework hotline available to answer sheet numbers match the numbers of the questions in the test students and parents this week( booklet, finish much of the test as possible, don t spend too much time on any one question, expect WWG---Through the Career above listed, tim.e TheW that some of the questions will be Teacher program the Westbrook phone numt r is z easy and some of the questions will Walnut Grove Middle School and Walnut Urove numoer xs be hard, think about your work, High School will open a don't worry about what other Homework Hotline the last quarter WWG Athletic students are doing, keep trying as of school hard as you can until the test is The Hotline began service on t;alenaar over, dent give up, recheck your Tuesday of this week, April 9. It April 11 - 17, 1991 will be open every Monday and Anril 11----4" work, if you finish early. Above 30 all; try to relax, so your mind can Thursday evenmg, during, th s ----,RR Var~itv~, Iackea'm T( do its best work. quarter from 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. Worthington. 4:30 p.m and on Tuesday afternoons from Sq Worthington at PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm - Bttslness Complete Auction Service ]Rich Reiner Ferd Krenz Springfield Sleepy Eye Ph. 723-5243 Ph. 794-6756 Call us collect. 3:30 to 5:30. The hours correspond with the hours the school library is open to the public. The service is being offered to help both parents and students. Parents will have the opportunity to find what work has been assigned the students for the week or for long term projects. Students may use the hotline to ask questions concerning their assignments, teachers will keep Career Teacher staff informed of the assignments and any special needs concerning some students. Mr. McLaughlin and Mrs. Hendrickson will work the hotline in Walnut Grove and Mrs. Erickson and Mrs. in Westbrook. For more information call the Homework Hotline during the Friday, April 12---4:30 BB, Varsity, Adrian at Jeffe p.m SB, Varsity, Jac] Jeffers. 4:00 p.m Golf, Windom at Windom. Saturday, April 13--10:30 TR, Varsity, Pipestone at Pipestone. 10:00 a.ra Varsity, Janesville Janesville. Monday, April 15----4:30! BB, Varsity, SV/RL/B 4:30 p.m SB, Varsity, Westbrook. Tuesday, April 16---5:00 TR, Varsity, Rock Rapids. Varsity, Windom p.m BB, B-Sq 4:15 p.m Tracy/Milroy at Westbrook- 641 First Ave Westbrook, Mn. 56183 Phone (507) Bill & Arlene White House 638 6th St. 1 1/2 story with single attached garage (12x20), lull basement, 3 bdrm with full bath up, living room. dining room, kitchen with 1/2 bath on main floor. Lot size 65x75. Location very desirable. 1 block off Main St and 1 block from high school. Price reduced for Spring Sale Orville (Bud) & Londa Carlson 540 Ash Ave. 2 story, 4 bdrm w/full bath up, full bsmt. (1/2 fin.), 26x28 dble. detached garage, w/add1. 18x20 s01. detached garage, 75x142 lot, 1 block off Main, beautiful oak woodwork, must see to appreciate. Call for an appointment Leone Nimerfro 523 Ash Street 2 story, 2 bdrm 1 1/2 bath, full basement (1/2 finished), some appliances included. C/D available John Steen 623 Adams Ave. 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, 1 block off Main Street, attractive corner lot, double detached garage, immediate possession. Will consider contract for deed. Luella Eng Home 930 Adams Ave. 1 story, 2 bdrm across from Trinity Lutheran Church, like new single detached garage, full basement, priced to sell. Olaf Olson Home Dovray, MN. - West of Dovray Care 1 story, 2 bdrm rural water in addition to existing well, detached double garage, immediate possession. Contact Dennis Klute, broker 507-274-5514 (home) Donald Stanek, salesperson 507-274-5355 (home) Marvin (Mike) Knutson, salesperson 507-274-6715 (home) -- Office Phone 507-274-6134 --