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Kiwanis officers installed WESTBROOK -- Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor, Floyd Nelson of Worthington, was the Installing officer at the annual installation dinner of the Westbrook Kiwanis last Thursday evening at the Dovray Manor II. On the left is Charger Coach Gary GIIlis who was the featured speaker. On the right is Marlowe Nelsen, retiring president. Russell Rupp was installed as new president and Truman Kopperud as president elect. Steve Severson is treasurer and Doff Stanek secretary of the organization. ST Photo. WALNUT GROVE -- Jon Boerboom, son of Bernard and Mariann Boerboom, Walnut Grove, and a junior at the Tracy High School this year, has the distinction of having qualified to attend the National 4-H Congress to be held in Chicago, December 1 to6. Jon, an eight year member of the Springdale Climbers 4-H Club, will be rewarded for his explicit attention to details on his 4-H records during his club membership career. He has carried through in health and safety in his projects and after winning first place in the local county, district, and state exhibits, in all competfion in his category he will attend the National Congress. His records are at the national level now for judging and if they are chosen to be first in the nation, he will be rewarded with a trip to Washington, D.C plus scholarship interviews. There are only six scholarships given out at the Chicago National Congress. Jon, only a junior in high school, is young to be advancing so far with his projects. Mosdy seniors in high school receive such honors, but Jon did get as far as runner-up in the state last year when he was a sophomore. Although he has worked more diligently in health and safety, he has also had projects in swine, bicycling, photography, and junior leadership. All the records from his entire 4-H career have been considered in his winning the state honors, and qualifying him to attend the National Congress. His projects are timely for the world at this time. In Health and Safety, he has given commodities to needy households in October, Commissioner Joe Samargia of the Minnesota Department of Jobs and Training and the remaining metropolitan counties in January. Each distribution serves about 42,000 families. Last year, EOO distributed commodities to approximately 140,000 low-income families through local organizations, such as Community Action Agencies, Indian reservation governments and human service agencies. Temporary assistance allotments for this area include: Lower Sioux Community Council - $544.00, Morton; Southwestern MN Opportunity Council - Worthington, $1,642; Western Community Action - Marshall, $2,008. Radon Action Week "Meet The Staff" Westbrook/Walnut Grove teacher's profiles demonstrations and conducted educational projects on radon, recycling, winter survival, home safety, including fire safety and the need to keep up fire extinquishers in the home, hunter safety, and farm safety, pointing out the hazards found around the farm. He has also headed up the Springdale Climbers Club project on Adopt- A-Highway the club has undertaken for three miles of Highway 14, west of Walnut Grove. He will remain in 4-H work for October 8 - 14 is national Radon Action Week, sponsored by the American Lung Association - the Christmas Seal People - and the , U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The American Lung Association of Minnesota and the E.P.A. are urging Minnesotans to test their home for radon. Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that occurs naturally in the soil. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the nation. (It is the number one cause of lung cancer among nonsmokers.) The only way to know if a home has a high level of radon is to test for it. Testing is simple and inexpensive. The most SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAG( :~e,:- Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 1| bOX Lit self-esteem in adolesce by Scott Wild, School productive in sch Psychologist, Westbrook Public support from signific~-Im,-"1 Schools his environment. ] Low self-esteem, lack of therapy or medicationV confidence, and feelings of improve a child's worthlessness can lead a young functioning, but in x teen to a variety of self-defeating self-esteem can be behaviors, such as failing school, experiencing positiv. ' truancy, or drug experimentation, from others over a perit L While parents and educators often As your child l" attempt to deal with these stress of adolescence,| disruptive behaviors directly, often wise to remember theI, LNU the underlying emotional issues are help him/her build sclf4iers al: left unaddressed. 1. Give credit for,opet Depression in adolescents is works, etc. Perhaps a ~ys, q strongly linked with low self- rewardorawordofpraents n esteem and a sense of given, am James Ballard hopelessness. However, the 2. Respect his/her l fall James Ballard is teaching 6, 7, depressed teen is sometimes hard avoid making judge aYa and 8 grade Science in the to identify because he or she may to complaints, worries, : Westbrook/Walnut Grove Middle exhibit aggressive and attention and try to understand stici School this year. He is a native of seeking behaviors, or withdraw3. Give your there Duggeer, Indiana and a graduate of into isolation. The key element in Purdue University with a major in depression is that there is a sense him/her tolperformnthe ,edtt responsibi ities a d d pn .any science and math education, of worthlessness over a period of 4. Spend time togdte .co He has extensive experience in time. The child may refer tofun times, aa m t middle school instruction and is a himself/herself in a negative way, 5. Show you care. amem firm believer in the concept. He may take little or no care about 6. Be reasonabl ,r sup has also taught at Montana State his/her appearance, and may have expectations for him orltr bus University and Loyola High trouble doing schoolwork. Angry 7. Be available on School in Mankato. He and his outbursts may occur. The student child needs your suppo ,e nl family recently moved from may refuse to go to school because 8. Consult with pm" Montana to Minnesota when his he/she feels inadequate. All of and get help if yot#rty - ggist wife was recruited to teach at these behaviors may be linked to a expressing smc dal . Mankato University. For the deep sense of low self-worth, destrucuve thoughts. present he is commuting daily to A low self-esteem can be the Westbrook/Walnut Grove changed through parental andI hope this Middle School. He reports his family consists of one wife, seven children and 5 1/2 grandchildren. In his spare time he enjoys fly fishing, skiing, scouting, skate boarding, and sailing. } Staci Lorenz Miss Lorenz is teaching third grade in the Walnut Grove Elementary School this year. Her hometown is Grand Rapids, Concordia Avenue, St. Paul, MN weeks about CRP rental payments, State grants of $100,000 have Congress to reauthorize TEFAP. 55103-2441 (1-800-642-LUNG). much of it contradictory, been awarded to 35 agencies for The U.S. Department of the Temporary Emergency Food Agr!culture (USDA) informed fromAlpha-trackthe Associationdetect rSfoarer $ 949available. 5. depending on where it was Assistance Program (TEFAP), to DJT s Economic Opportunity published or who was being continue the distribution of surplus Office (EOO) that the supply of quoted. The latest information (DJT) announced t c a y. Surplus commodities from the the observance of a religious special procedures holiday or discipline, available to patients the rest of his high school career accurate type of test kit is an Minnesota and "she is a graduate of Q. HOW DO I APPLY? hospital in the city and will be continuing in projects "alpha-track" detector, and the cost Bemidji State University with a A. Provide the following residence whose cit, with swine, and safety. He began a for the detector and analysis is major in elementary education, information in writing your county been authorized to hun about $25.00. The detector must be Middle School and Kin,de rgarten, auditor by mail or in person: ballots, n crops project last year, also, and left in place for 9 - 12 months for This is Miss Lorenzs In'st year * Your name and residence Q. CAN I GET B! rl will continue with that project this the most accurate results, in teaching full time. She taught address; INSTRUCTIONS? coming 4-H year. 4-H members Radon is a serious health her internship in Bovey, * The reason you will be, away can continue into college as concern in Minnesota. In a recent Minnesota. She is single andfrom the polling place on election A. Your auditor can " ambassadors, also. Jon was statewide survey approximately 38 enjoys reading, the out of doors, day; you to get Braille, uncertain of that possibility. It is percent of the homes tested had sports, crafts, and aerobics. * Address to which you wish type instructions. too far in the future for him at this levels of radon which were equal ballots sent; poinL to smoking more than 1/4 of a pack * Signature; of cigarettes a day or having 400 Annual CRP * Date. chest x-rays a year. Q. WHEN WILL I GET MY - For more information on radon, (Conservation Reserve BALLOTS? contact the American Lung Program) payments A. The ballots will be available Association of Minnesota, 490 Much has been written in recent on or before October 6th and they Our Savior's Lutheran Church Dovray, Minnesota will be maile&! to the address you have indicated on your application. Q. CAN I VOTE AT THE AUDITOR'S OFFICE IN PERSON? A. If the ballots are available, you can go to the auditor's office and cast your .absentee ballot in person. Q. WHEN ARE THEY OPEN? A. They will accept absentee ballot applications during normal working hours and will, dn addition, stay open from 1"00 - 3:00 p.m. Saturday, November 3rd 50MET TH[CLAS; Dovray, MN. Front Bar Specials 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. MON.: Mexican Food Night Taco's - Help yourself - ea. TUES.: Fish Special - An you can, $4.95 (prepared with no cholesterol frying WED.: LOTTO & DAILY 3 Steak & Toast w/one sade- $4.72 THURS.: Chicken & Rib Special baked potato, salad, choice of dressing - FRI.: 4 to 6 p.m. - Ladles Drinks - 1/2 price Free horsdoeuvre's for 6:00 until gone (Specials subject to change - substitutes Craft & baked goodd booth opens at 3:00 p.m. WWG Chorus to sing from 3:15 to 4:00 p.m. VELKoMMENI Double "D", Bowl & Cafe Westbrook, MN. Saturday Night, 13 50c Hamburger 20c Cone 50c Malts 30c French Fries 45c Sundae 35c Bottle of Coke Bowling - 50c a llne ' ack to the 60's" III III I III I I II II MENU:Blue Mound turkey & dressing, meatballs, potatoes & gravy, carrots, salads, Norwegian pastries, fruit soup, lefsa PRICES: Adults $6; grades 7-12 $3; grades K-6 $2; preschool free Drawing for quilt, afghan, pillow, door prize & children's door prize at 1:00 p.m. Baked goods, plants, garden produce, ect. LUNCH: Ham Sandwiches, BBQ's, Las Vegas Potatoes, Pie, Cookies, Juice, Milk, Coffee payments due, possibly as early as November 1, 1990. Sat Oct. 11 a.m. to I p.m. delay of these important payments and hopes to make 100% of received by the Cottonwood County ASCS is as follows: * OMB did sequester the CRP program for fmc al year 1991 (as it did in FY 1990, when no reduction was ultimately necessary because of excess carryover funds.) * Until the budget agreement was announced September 30, the possibility of a reduction was very real. In fact, until implements the budget a 'eement and final FY 1991 appropriations are in place, full payment cannot be guaranteed. * Payments could not be made on October 1, because we must wait for the final CRP appropriation to be enacted. We anticipate that this may occur about October 20th. Following enactment, the law requires that the funds be apportioned by OMB. While no problems are anticipated, we must deal with these procedural hurdles. * ASCS regrets the necessary school efforts. Students need to feel they can take risks and learn from their failures, instead of becoming discouraged. Often success or failure in school is more related to self-esteem than to high intelligence. Parents and teachers can focus on efforts, not just grades. They can be supportive, encourage truthfulness, and ignore the child's auger. It is very hard for someone who is discouraged and feeling inadequate to become to you. As the school I am available to you if you are your child. I can be Westbrook Elementary or Red Rock Ridge 831-4600. This article was permission from by the Communique, a of the National School PsychologisL St. Anthony's FALL J II I I I from 4 p,m. to 8 p.m. federal government which will be available for distribution are: flour, cornmeal, butter, honey, peanut butter, pork and vegetarian beans. But the supplies of these commodities are limited. Also, the food commodities are rotated, so what is available may vary from one distribution site to another. Minnesota is waiting for These are general answers to and f/om 5:00- 7:00 questions which are frequently November 5th. received by the Office of Secretary Q. WHAT II of State, Joan Growe. For answers DEADLINE? in specific situations you should A. Applications consult with local election received by November officials, the voter enters a Q. WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO facility on that date; VOTE ABSENTEE: circumstances the A. Anyone who will be absent contact the city clerk from the precinct on election day p.m. on that day or or who is unable to go to the to the election judges polling place because of illness or in the health care facility a physical disability or because of ballots to other surplus food commodities is being depleted. "Unless Congress re-authorizes TEFAP and appropriates funds to purchase food, Minnesota will have limited quantities of food to distribute after January," said Richard Ginsberg, EOO director. EOO divides the state into four sections for commodity distribution. Commodities will go to the northwestern and western parts of the state in October, the northeastern in November, the southern, including Ramsey and Washington counties, in December