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SENTINEL TRIBUNE By Jan Lindaman QUESTION: Have you ever wondered does it really help to putt without a glove? In doing some research, all the pros putt with their gloves off. If any pro keeps their glove on, he or she is odd man out. But it wasn&apos;t always that way. Many of the older players have always putted with their glove on and many still do. It wasn't until some PGA Tour players years ago decided to take their gloves off while putting • . . "they said it gave them better feel" and that's when the trend started. That's gen- erally why players remove their glove these days because touching the grip with your skin creates better feel. So, it comes down to preference. If you think it makes a difference, putt with your glove off, and if it does- n't make any difference, keep your glove on. It's totally up to you. With just 2 weeks left in Early Men's Leagues, here are the standings: Early #1: D. Jorgenson-R. Jorgenson 83 1/2; Jr. Severson-P. Fishel 82 1/2; G. DeBates-G. Lindaman 80 1/2. Early #2: D. Vosberg-W. Beckman 89 1/2; P. Goetstouwers-R. Mischke 88 1/2; S. Kjorness- J. Dibble 83. And with 1 week left in Intermediate League, it's a close contest. Intermediate League: W. Jensen-G. Schimbeno 75 1/2; T. Wester- S. Severson 74; H. Lamb-P. Zieske 71; C. Ross-R. Elzenga 67 1/2; D. Barker-D. Elsing 67 1/2. UPCOMING EVENTS: The Men's Club Tournament will be held on Saturday and Sunday, September 11 and 12. The winner of closest to the pin on #3 both days will also win a vacation for two for 3 days and 2 nights at a choice of 10 different loca- tions. You can sign up for a tee time for Saturday any- time or call the clubhouse. Our final tournament of the year is set for Sunday, September 19. It's a 4-Person Scramble and-again closest to Pin #3 and Pin #7 will win a vacation for two people for 3 days and 2 nights at a choice of 10 different loca- tions. You do need a handi- cap for this tournament. Have a good week and keep smiling! Bottom from left: Abby Knott, Jenn Olsem, Jessica : Olsem, Middle: Jodi Cooley, Jenna Jarmer. Top: Jonna Mass. Not pictured, Lindsay Anderson and Kelley Nelson. Submitted photo. < : WWG girls reclaim . summer VB league title Eight girls competed this summer in a Volleyball League held in Comfrey. They compiled an overall record of 18-6 dur- ing regular season play, and went on in the tournament to defeat Comfrey for the championship• Final scores of the championship match were 25- 10 and 25- 12. Notice of Primary Election JOHNSONVILLE TOWNSHIP September 14, 2004 Notice is hereby given that the Primary election ..... will be held at the Johnsonville Township Hall on Tuesday, September 14, 2004, at which the polls will be open from the hours of ten (10) a.m. to the hour of eight (8) p.m. for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices which are to be voted for at the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2004. Bruce Maas, Clerk Johnsonville Township 115917 1 Shirley Wolf wins Ladies Club Tournament at Rolling Hills It was fitting that the last women's day for 2004 would be the most beautiful weather we've had all sum- mer. Forty-one women com- peted in our Annual Ladies Club Tournament and Shirley Wolf from Jeffers walked away with top hon- ors. After the tournament, awards were presented to the tournament winners and league winners. Congratulations goes to the following: Championship: 1st, Shirley Wolf, Jeffers, 85; 2nd, Gall Smith, Jeffers, 86; 3rd, Tammy Fishel, Storden, 86. 1st Flight: 1st, Sue Chapman, New Ulm, 91; 2nd, Jan Kuehl, Dovray 97; 3rd, Carole Quade, Jeffers, 98. 2rid Flight: 1st, Judy Knudson, Westbrook, 99; 2nd, Ruth Takle, Westbrook, 102; 3rd, Alice Schreier. Avoca. 111.3rd Flight: 1st, Kim Wester, Westbrook, 109; 2nd, Dawn Byers, Currie, 121; 3rd, Mardella Olson, Currie, 121. Senior Division (1 Round & Handicap Deducted): 1st, Shirley Ahlrichs, Storden, 37.5; 2nd, Ruth Ann Erickson, Storden, 38; 3rd, Dee Earl, Westbrook, 39.1. Kuehl, Paden Meschke, win 3-Person Scramble at Rolling Hills Twenty-sLx teams or 78 golfers participated in the 3- Person Scramble held on Saturday, August 28. There were some very low scores posted even though pin placements were tough. Ties were decided by the handi- cap holes on the second round. After play was com- pleted, Nick Kuehl, formerly from Westbrook, Josh Paden and Chad Meschke were the winners with a 59. Congratulations to them and all the other winners. "A" Flight: 1st, N. Kuehl, J. Paden, C. Meschke 59; 2nd, G. Weedman, C. Erickson, J. Weedman 60; 3rd, G. Lindaman, G. DeBates, Jr. Severson 60. "B" Flight: 1st, F. Meyer, S. Huebert, G. Lund 65; 2nd, R. Haar, T. Wester, C.J. Amundson 66; 3rd, A. Teichroew, D. Teichroew, H. Stahlman 68; 4th, S. Kjorness, D. Stanek, D. Phelps 68. "C" Flight: 1st, C. Jans, D. Jans, B. Jans 69; 2nd, R. Seydel, Krueger, M. Jurgens 69; 3rd, R. Ewy, T. King, R. Funk 70; 4th, S. Ruppert, C. Ruppert, J. Ruppert 70. Notice of Primary Election ANN TOWNSHIP September 14, 2004 Notice is hereby given that the Primary election will be held at the Ann Township Hall on Tuesday, September 14, 2004, at which the polls will be open from the hours of ten (10) a.m. to the hour of eight (8) p.m. for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices which are to be voted for at the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2004. Doreen Osland, Clerk Ann Township 115916 Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Klasse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 507-274-6166 i I i iiii Wednesday, September 1, 2004 Page %';ii 2004 WWG Football The Charger football team opens the 2004 season this Thursday, September 2, at 7 p.m., vs Edgerton at Westbrook. WWG has 34 students out for football. Six senior, 10 juniors, 16 sopho- mores and 11 freshmen. The Southwest Ridge Conference consists of 6 teams: Edgerton, Hills Beaver Creek Ellsworth, Southwest United, Lakeview, Lincoln HI Lake Benton, and WWG. There are no non-conference games this year. Each team plays three opponents twice. WWG's schedule: Sept. 2 Edgerton, home Sept. 10 - At HBCE- Hills Sept. 17 - LH/LB, home. Parents' Night Sept. 24 - At Lakeview- Cottonwood Oct. 1 SWU- Homecoming Oct. 8 - At Edgerton Oct. 15 - At LH/LB- Ivanhoe Oct. 20 - HBCE, home A I COTTONWOOO COUNTY Football feed Friday morning the coaches cooked hot dogs served water melon to the players after the final day training camp. !i ; i ; i 2004 WWG captains Standing left Alex Johnson and Daniel front, Dominick Madson and Victor Vondracek. IB I STATE OF MINNESOTA I C I SEPTEMBER 't4 OFFICIAL BALLOT Judge__ Judge__ STATE PARTISAN PRIMARY BALLOT INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS MINNESOTA ELECTION LAW PERMITS YOU TO VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATES OF ONLY ONE POLITICAL PARTY IN A STATE PARTISAN PRIMARY ELECTION. DO NOT VOTE FOR CANDIDATES OF MORE THAN ONE PARTY To vote, completely fill in the oval(s) next to your choice(s) like this:gI. FEDERAL OFFII O DAVID PECHULIS O GIL GUTKNECHT STATE OFFICES ROD HAMILTON FEDERAL LEIGH POMEROY STATE RICHARD PETERSON 001 AMBOY TWP 002 AMO TWP 003 ANN TWP 008 DELTON TWP 010 GREATBEND TWP 011 HIGHwATER TWP 013 LAKESIDE "P, NP 015 MT LAKE CITY 016 MT LAKE TWP 018 SELMA TWP 020 SPRINGFIELD TWP 023 WESTBROOK CITY 028 WINDOM CITY W-2 P-2 kmI