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The Westbrook Walnut Grove Chargers remained undefeated in the Conference as they downed Mountain Lake Thursday night at Westbrook. Game scores were 15 - 1, 15 -2, 15 - 1. The Chargers served an impressive 96% as a team with Gina Kronback, Amy 'ang'eW:cle. Stephanie Kjorness, Kim Klontz, Michelle Lindaman, Jill Klasse and Bridget Hovde all serv}ng 1C %. Michelle Lindaman was leading scorer with 23 points. Stephanic Kjorness served 1 1 points, Gina Kronback 3, Bridget Horde 3, Amy VanDeWiele 1, Kim Klontz 1 and Jill Klassel. Michelle Lindaman also served 8 aces while Stephanie Kjorness served 6. Stephanie Kjorness was perfect in the spiking department as she spiked 12 times and all 12 were aces. Heidi Steen got 6 spike kills, Bridget Hovde 4, Gina Kronback 2 and Michelle Eichner 1. Kim Klontz, Jill Klasse, Carla Kjorness, Michelle Lindaman, Stephanie Kjorness and Nancy Erickson were all perfect on serve receive, getting the pass to the setter. The Chargers are now 19 - 2 for the season with their only losses taking place in tournament play. WWG over Storden/Jeffers Tuesday the Storden/Jeffers Chiefs and the Westbrook/Walnut Grove Chargers played a non- Conference volleyball match at Westbrook. It was the third meeting so far this year between the Chiefs and Chargers and once again the Chargers were the victors on game scores of 15 - 5, 15 - 5, 15 - 13. Michelle Lindaman and Heidi Steen scored 8 points apiece to head the scoring column. Stephanie Kjorness added 7 points, Carla Kjorness 6, Nichole Rup.p 5, '}Iappy 50th Amy Van De Wiele made a hit last Tuesday evening against Storden-Jeffers as Bridget Hovde watched. ST Photo. Bridget Hovde 5, Gina Kront)ack 3, Amy VanDcWiele 1, Michelle Eichner 1, and Jill Klasse 1. Stephanie Kjorness led the Charger attack widl 12 ace spikes and 3 ace tips. Heidi Steen hit 7 spike kills and 2 ace tips, Bridget Hovde got 4 spike kills and 4 ace tips, Gina Kronback spiked 4 aces and got 2 ace tips, Michelle Lindaman 1 spike kill and 1 ace tip, and Michelle Eichner, Carla Kjomess and Jill Klasse each added one spike kill apiece. Michelle Lindaman was credited with 26 set assists and Carla Kjorness 4. Michelle Eichner hit the ball in action against Storden-Jeffera last Tuesday night as Nichole Rupp looks on. ST Photo. "B" Volleyball goes to 9 and 2 The Charger JV started the week off by avenging an early season loss to Storden/Jeffers then topped Mountain Lake. In the S/J match, WWG won 2 games to 1 by the scores of.J5 - 11, 4- 15, 15 - 11. The Moun'tain Lake match also SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 17, $ eye's rome went to 3 games with the young I 6-0 Chargers winning by scores of 15 - mght 11,3- 15, 15-10. Reye's Syndrome is a very Studies have shown nail Julie Vosberg was the top server serious disease that you should aspirin or aspirin-co a G against S/J with 9 points, 8 of know,about. Some people develop medications to treat the Ch which were aces. Amy Van Reye s Syndrome as they are of viral illnesses incrmng or getting over a viral illness like the chance of deveioping i,ior flu or chicken pox. Reye's Syndrome. If you or ato Syndrome usually affects people your family have flu-liU as the from infancy through young do not use aspirin or wnsc adulthood; however, no age group containing medication uldn' is immune. It can develop 3 to 5 you should consult your oints days after the onset of chicken pox, before you take any dru ne de upper respiratory infection, or the flu or chicken pox, other fever-causing illness. It aspirin or anti-nausea teve affects the liver, brain, is non- Anti-nausea medicines , contagious, and is often mis-2? a o nnoSn i N sYF SI' diagnosed as encephalitis, meningitis, diabetes, poisoning, ,n hhadr drug overdose or sudden infant Surgeon General, the death. Drug Administratio , Typically, Reye's occurs when Centers for Disease recommend that as combination products aspirin not be taken by under the age of 19 during fever-causing fam.A d irin is a part of the J y of medicines. someone is recovering from a viral illness and begins to feel better. A person's life can depend on early diagnosis. Watch for these symptoms, usually occurring in this order: ** Relentless or continuous vomiting * Listlessness for aspirin is * Drowsiness drug labels may use * Personality change acetylaslicylate, acet * Disorientation or confusion acid, salicylic acid, or * Combativeness instead of the word * Delirium, convulsions or loss of consciousness Reye's Syndrome should be suspected in anyone who vomits repeatedly. Phone your doctor immediately if these symptoms develop. Voice your concern about Reye's Syndrome. If your physician is unavailable, take the Currently, there is no data as to whether other salicylate are associated development of Reye's Until further research has I this question, the Syndrome Foundation recommends that containing any of these should not be taken episodes of viral their took 20 |er 13. and fr DeWiele and Patty Baker were next in serving with 5 and 4 points respectively. Jill Klasse and Nichole Rupp were top spikers with Jill having 3 ace spikes in 6 tries and Nichole getting 3 aces on 4 spikes. Amy VanDeWiele had 6 set assists. Jill Klasse served for 7 points against Mountain Lake to take top honors for the Chargers. Julie Vosberg served for 6 points and Michelle Eichner served 4. Jill Klasse and Vicky Wagner were top spikers with 2 aces each. Patty Baker, Amy VanDeWiele and Kristi Kottke each had 2 set assists. What is the fastest growing organization in this area? What organization boasts 140 dedicated, hard-working, enthusiastic members? The only requirement to be a member of this club is to cheer for, support and love the Red Rock Chargers, (and buy a $5.00 membership button). Of course, the answer to the first two questions is the RED ROCK BOOSTER CLUB. You may have seen a few of these "cheer"ful fans at the Red Rock football games. They sport red and gray sweatshirts, red caps and are usually smiling. You may also see them shaking hands or person to the Emergency Room promptly. Two liver function tests (SGOT, SGPT) can be done to determine the possibility of Reye's Syndrome. There is a 90% chance of recovery when the syndrome is treated in its earliest stages by physicians and nurses experienced introducing themselves to one in the treatment of Reye's. it in fc another. The reason for this is jao go( because they are getting a chance to "; to meet neighbors to the east and I i-l nnw ('4 nld n th the south or north, depending on WB School Lunch ] where one resides. Wednesday, October 17th, Menu--- October 22-26,1990 - to (tonight, if you are reading this Monday--Pork pattie, mashed I 21St. ;tn tt today) the Booster Club will be, potatoes, gravy/butter, sauce, relishes, peanut butter/butter sandwiches, milk or chefs salad. once again, selling caps, T-shirts and sweatshirts before the game. If you were one of the MANY who pre-ordered a sweatshirt, yours will be there. These items will also be sold AFTER the game in the school cafeteria. The RED ROCK BOOSTER CLUB extends an invitation to one and all to join together for coffee, juice and bars after the game tonight in the cafeteria. There will be a steering committee meeting following coffee. Upcoming Booster events include a dinner and entertainment to honor the football team and staff. This will include Booster Club members, football team, staff and their families. Tuesday----Chicken noodle soup, crackers, relishes, sauce, sliced cheese/meat tray, homemade cinnamon roll, butter/peanut butter sandwiches, milk. Wednesday --Tacos w/all the trimmings, buttered corn, fresh fruit, Johnny cake w/honey, sandwiches, chocolate/white-milk. Thursday--Crunchy fish wedges, tarter sauce, fries, relishes, white cake w/lemon topping, jelly/butter sandwiches, milk or chefs salad. Friday--Bar-b-que on bun, pickles, vegetable, sauce, sandwiches, milk. Your famil' PRICED Model DLB2650B HURRY IN FOR $, Jljl l l jl l l THIS GREAT lust ]PUU VALUE TODAY[ IOTPOINT For the long run. "EFFEN EL ECTF We service what we sell! Walnut Grovei MN. 859-2114 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmmm m FOOD SALE m The Westbrook Good Samaritan Center will be Sl=, nsorlng a fundraiser. raised will go toward the purchase of new dining room tables and chairs. Many quality Items are available for you to purchase. The food uppller is Ha kera, INC. m Orders may be turned into Kim Qulrlng at the Weatbrook Good Samaritan by Thursday, November 1, 1990. Any questions call Kim Qulring at the Good Center, 274-6155. mm m n 1 QUANTITY WGT. 3554 2.5# 3553 2.5# 3421 2.5# 7401 2.5# 3511 2.5# 3608 2.5# 3611 10# 7328 3# FOOD ITEM Battered Cauliflower Battered Mush .rooms Breaded Cheeseballs Breaded Onion Rings Breaded Mozzeralla Sticks Breaded Pizza Bites Oven Bake Chicken Nuggets Chicken Strips, deep fry ) 3743 10# Raw Chicken Fillet, unbreaded - 53/3 oz. 4880 4# Breaded Fantail Shrimp 4649 1# Seafood Chunks - imitation crabmeat 4851 3# Breaded Mini Shrimp 1 4147 4.5# Breaded Crispy Cod, oven bake - 24/3 oz. 11 s nceto='not= = "m'-'- i 4219 4008 5# Cod Loins - poor mans lobster 15 4137 4.5# Oven Bake Fish & Cheese, 24/3 oz. 13 4# Cod Nuggets, oven bake 10 = 1324 10# Hamburger Patties, 40per box 16 It' m 8478 10# Ribeye Steak, 20/8 oz. 48 tease neighbor,1322 10# Hamburger Steak, 20perbox 16 about l 8471 10# T-Bone Steak, 12/14 oz. 45 being Fiftyl i 5000 6# Thick Sliced Bacon 12 2050 6# Pure Pork Sausage Unks, 96 per box 12 B 2931 10# Cooked Mr. Ribs, 2 per box Welcome to the 25 7395 Corn Dogs, 36 per box 1 1 . Prune Juice Club! II 6380 5# Hot Dogs, 40 per box 9.00 3818 3# Taco Meat, Heat and serve Se I 3961 5# Thin Sliced Roast Beef 16.50 n 5900 5# Shaved Ham 16. dl 7720 5# French Fries :7680 5# Puffett Potato Rounds 4.50 2811 4# Wisconsin Cheese Soup, 4# tub, add milk 7.501: ' :2871 4# Cream ofBroccoliSoup, 4#tub, addmilk 7.50i ][31 I between 4:00- 5:00 p.m. at the Westbrook Good Samaritan Center. If you are unable) b, You MUST pick up and pay for your Items on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, pick up your Items, please make arrangements for someone to pick and for "L ,i :Items.- Items CANNOT be left at the Nursing Home. All seles are final. Make up pay payable to westbrook Good Samaritan Center. NAME: TELEPHONE # mm, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmm mm mmmm mini