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, FAMILY INDEX PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 PAGE 8 PAGE "9 SPORTS SPORTS AREA FOCUS AREA FOCUS PUBLIC NOTICE CLASSIFIED GRADUATION PAGE 10 PAGE 11 PAGE 12 PAGE 13 PAGE 14 PAGE 15 PAGE 16 FFA ,&00/ARDS NIGHT FJt,GE 13 esday 30, 2004 cents entinel ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 38 I A Section - 16 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition Kjorness at Day Steve Kjorness, former ol emoria Day to be erved in area towr s Walnut Grove Memorial Day Program th al h ( will m at Steve Kjorness Kjorness has been named Minnesota Basketball the Minnesota Coaches and Minnesota State eague Hall of Fame. received the Morris Bye hich is the top award for in Minnesota. He member of the American and VFW. Day- program start at 9 a.m. at the Cemetery_- Mennonite at 9:15 a.m., Westbrook at 10 a.m. and finish at the Cemetery. Legion and VFW mere- meet at the VFW Ldgion 18:15 a.m. The Walnut Grove American Legion and Auxiliary wilt be hold- ing a Memorial Day Program at the WestbrooldWalnut Grove Middle School on Monday, May 31, 2004. beginning at 9:30 a.m. The speaker will be retired Air Force Lt. Col. John Brown of Walnut Grove. Dovray Memorial Day services Dovray Menorial Day services will be held on Monday, May 31, 2004 beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Dovray American Legion Hall. Welcome will be by Commander John Johnson, with a reading by Auxiliary president Shirley Jans. There will be a musical number by the Sunderman's, an original poem by Pare Sundahl, and memories by Brandon Dibble. Giving the main addi, ess:,iJJ b$,linton Burt. There ,so lie a violin solo b Tiffany I-rollnes and a musical number, by Marian Johnson. At the placing of he poppies, the readeill be Dolores Schmitt, placers will be Joyce Severson, Shirley Jans and Doris Cohrs. There will be a musical number by Emerald Tide. The ceremony will move out- doors for the Firing Salute, Taps, and Flag Burning Ceremony. For the closing musical number, the group will be led in singing. The program will end with the singing of the Table. Prayer, fol- lowed by a light lunch by Auxiliary members. WWG commencement set forSunday Seventeen students will graduate with honors By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- Sunday afternoon everything will change for this group of young ladies and young men. They will set off to make their way in the world each tak- ing their own path. The day will be a climax for the students who have spent the last thirteen years of formal schooling to prepare them for their chosen paths. The program will begin with a processional with the tradition- al Fanfare and Processional played as the seniors enter the gymnasium. After the national anthem a slide show will be shown. Class representatives Tobin Richards and Rebekah Schulz will give their comments, the class will then perform "Like an Eagle" directed by Constance Knott. The high school choir will per- form the Garth Brooks Victoria Shaw number "Ehe River". A medley from 'Top Gun" will be performed by the high school band under the direction of Mr. Tom Vondracek. Principal, William Richards will present the high honor grad- uates. The commencement address will be given by English teacher Mrs. Beth Kleven. Her address is titled, "Life's a Journey, Pack Light". Diploma's will be presented by Mr. Gene Kronback chairper- son of the Board of Education. Following the Fanfare and Recessional the graduates will receive the audience. Class Flower: Lisianthus. Class colors: Metallic Purple, Hunter Green, Black. Class Motto: "Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today." Westbrook Christian School graduates three By carolyn Van Loh Westbrook Christian School will hold its graduation service at 2 PM on Saturday, May 29 at Immanuel Baptist Church. Rev. David Grotzke, pastor of First Baptist Church of Baxter, MN, will bring the challenge to the graduates. Acting Principal David Van Loh announces that Ridgewater College in Willmar. She is undecided about her course of study. Ann has partici- pated in athletic, Amy Jansma, and Ann Koeh-,hae completed all the requirements for gradu- ation. Ann Koch, daughter of Ken a n d Paulette Koch, Walnut Grove, plans to continue her educa- tion at Ann Koch Fitzsimmons, ..... Ann " -s" e e c h, and music activities Amy Fltzsimmons while a student at WCS. Amy Fitzsimmons, daugh- ter of Dean and Martha Fitzsimmons, Minneapolis will be attending Maranatha Baptist Bible College in Watertown, WI, and plans to be a history major. Amy completed her graduation requirements as a satellite student. She was active in speech, music, and ath- letics at WCS and had several articles published in the Sentinel during her junior year. Ann Jansma, daughter of Brian and Deb Jansma, Brainerd, will be attending Bob Jones University to pursue a music major, specializing in the violin. She was a student at Lakes Region Christian School in Baxter until she transferred to WCS as a satellite student in her junior year. She participat- ed in a youth symphony as well as a community symplbrty. Pmn also taught beginning violin during her senior year. Ann Jansma daughter of Steve and Jan Nelson gave through the window of the front door at the last week. more photos on page 12. .00leida Van wt00Lasdam 00resented A senior recital By Carolyn Van Loh Sentinel Tribune At the conclusion of her jun- ior year (2002-2003), Aleida Van Maasdam had completed most of her graduation requirements. That fact combined with sched- uling problems for her senior year resulted in Aleida pucsuing an honors option, which was pri- marily independent study. You might say that the recital she presented last Wednesday evening at the Storden Baptist Church was her - final exam - for that option. Aleida Van Maasdam Continued on page 3 Aleida performed an original piano composition during her recitallast Wednesday evening. 78/52 81/65 81/69 72/54 Partly Partly cloudy Windy with Windy, slight cloudy, with a stray some sun, chance of a Highs in the thunder- scattered thunder- upper 70s storm, thunder- storm. and lows in storms. the low 50s. ATHLETIC AWARDS BANQUET PAGE11 INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2004 Sentinel Tribune