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Bakken to attend National Leaders Conference mnty akken of Westbrook has from the three branches of "lected to attend the 1990 government, the media and the to II! 111 Young Leaders diplomatic corps. -ounty" - .~inJmCe-fr m November 13 - Highlights of the program will a g oemonstrated academic include welcoming remarks from a XS are~ - . ment leadersM and 4-H F~J. : : p Member of Congress on the Floor -- ~p t urt will be among of the United States House of Ioay, ~h ' Court$~ school students from Representatives, a government ne nation at the conference relations forum comprised of . ~tanding young leaders senior-level congressional staff and s to De .^ ~ . . .~t:u oy the Congressional lobbyists from corporations and ouog a " ,' ~.a~ dershlp Council public interest groups, and a panel /tee ele~ 2S, 4-rtJ-,Lneme: of the National, discussion led by prominent " J-,eauers Conference is 'The journalists at the National Press IVOlvenw. - - ~ ox loday Meeting the Club. Diplomatic embassy visits :pr gr~c~s of Tomorrow" and a briefing at the State "'~ " '~' "-h o u t the six-day l~ual ~ce, the scholars will meetweek'sDepartmentactivities.Will also be among the I be hel~"3' leaders and newsmakers Curt will meet with Senator 1 COt ented ,cling :)e [-I Ch e ml ~urts nual Courts nquet ion tic. - 4-H 00 8.11 Rudy Boschwitz, Senator David F. Durenberger, Representative Vin Weber, or designated members of their staffs. These meetings provide an opportunity to discuss mportant policy issues and focus on topics of state and local concern. Culminating the National Young Leaders Conference will be "The Mock Congress on National Service" during which scholars assume the roles of United States representatives by debating, lobbying, and voting on proposed volunteer service legislation. The National Young Leaders Conference is sponsored by the Congressional Youth Leadership Council. Founded in 1985, the Council is a non-profit, non- partisan, educational organization committed to recognizing outstanding youth and providing them with a "hands-on" civic learning experience in the nation's capital. Over 300 Members of the United States Congress join in the committment to educational excellence as members of the council's Honorary Congressional Board of Advisors. Local sponsors include: Westbrook Kiwanis, Westbrook Lions, Westbrook VFW, Westbrook 4-H Club and Westbrook Ed. Ass'n. WWG athletic events Oct. 23 - 30, 1990 Tuesday, October 23--7:30, Football Playoffs, Windom at Westbrook. Thursday, October 25----5:30, Volleyball (A,B,C) HLOL at Lakefield. Saturday, October 27--3:00, Football Sectional Semi-Finals, Luverne or NRHEG at Westbrook. (If Westbrook wins Tuesday night). Tuesday, October 30 -- Volleyball Districts. Thursday, November 1----8:00, Volleyball Districts, WWG vs Comfrey at Jackson. WB School Lunch Menu ----oct. 29. Nov. 2, 1990 : lrgers . romp past B-D-R-SH Monday--Tater tot casserole, evening the WWG Charger girls made short work of sliced cheese, vegetable, pudding, ,~ ~Danube-Renville.Sacred Heart winning in 3 games 15-0, peanut butter/butter sandwiches, nd 15-5. Above Kim Klontz prepares to hit against the milk or chef's salad. ce tO/Its. Tuesday--To.as,ty. (lo.ggies, catsup, mustara, nazea oeans, relishes, fresh fruit, rice pudding w/raisins, sandwiches, milk. Wednesday--Hot turkey on bun, vegetable, relishes, candied sweet potatoes, sauce, cranberries, sandwiches, chocolate/white milk. Thursday---Mr. Ribb on bun, fries, catsup, orange sherbet, relishes, nee krispie bar, sandwiches, milk or chef's salad. Friday--Pizza, vegetable, relishes, sauce, cookie, tuna mac salad, sandwiches, milk. Music Booster notes The Westbrook/Walnut Grove Music Boosters contribute towards the cost of the following items: snare drum, a tenor saxophone, banner, poles and flags for the marching band, cost of clinicians for music students, jazz band ties, cumberbunds and suspenders. Last year, we sent senior high music students on a fine arts trip to the Cities. The students enjoyed this, so one of our goals is to finance another fine arts trip, either SENTINEL & TRIBUNE 11 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 24, 1990 I I I III I I II I II IIIIII Illlll as participants or spectators, every three or four years. Next fall, the 7th and 8th grade band will attend the Tri-State Band Festival held in Luverne. This year we provided milk and donuts for the marching band members on their Sioux Falls trip. Pizza and pop was provided for choir members after their sacred concert at Our Savior's in Dovray. Usually we have two fund raisers, one being the dues collected from each family in music, the other was the pork burger supper served at a football game. So far, this year, we have already served at the 7th and 8th grade volleyball tournament that was held in Westbrook. C. Hovde Secretary Halloween will be here soon and Parents should know the route that our children will be out trick or their children are following. treating. To make sure this is a Children should always walk more enjoyable and safer together to the front door of each Halloween, Redwood County house and never run across the Sheriff Jerry Luttman offers some street or across the yard. Dark, safety tips. unlighted houses should be Remember when designing your avoided. Tell your children to save all their candy until they get home. You should closely inspect all candy. Throw away all unwrapped candy or any suspicious looking goodies. If your child does get sick, try to determine what he or she had eaten and where it came from. Call your doctor or the hospital emergency room immediately and save all wrappers. Also remember that your jack-o- lantern and any other electrical decorations can be a fire hazard. Keep them out of reach of small children and away from flammable materials such as draperies, furniture and paper decorations. Do not leave your house unattended. "Halloween is a fun time in Redwood County," Sheriff Luttman concluded, "but let's make it a safe time as well." children's costumes that face paint is preferable to a mask. Masks should have adequate holes for proper respiration and peripheral vision. All trick or treaters should wear some sort of reflective clothing, carry a bright orange bag and carry a flashlight or glowstick to make it easier for passing cars to spot them while they walk on the sidewalk or left side of the road facing traffic. Young children should always be accompanied by an adult. Either a parent or older child should stay within close range at all times and never let the children go down a street by themselves. Walk with the children to each house and wait in the driveway or by the door until the children return. Older children should travel in pairs or in groups at all times while trick or treating and never venture down a dark, empty side street. WG School Lunch MelIu ---Oct. 29 - Nov. 2, 1990 Breakfast: Monday -- French toast, breakfast patty, apples, milk. Tuesday--Cereal w/milk, cinnamon rolls, juice. Wednesday -- Pancakes, .sausage links, fruit, milk. Thursday -- Breakfast patty/cheese on English muffin, orange, milk. Friday--Cereal w/milk, toast, juice. L:mch: Monday--BBQ's on bun, tater ~ots, green beans, pudding, fruit, milk. Tuesday--Chicken nuggets, b/b, mashed potatoes, lettuce salad, fruit, blueberry muffins, milk. Wednesday --- HAPPY HALLOWEEN - Skeleton Burgers (BBQ rib on Bun), witches fingers (french fries), goblin teeth (corn), Halloween cake, ghost juice (milk). Thursday--Beef stew, corn bread/crackers, b/b, fresh vegies w/dip, pineapple tidbits, fruit roll ups, milk. Friday---Fish wedges, b/b, mixed vegies, fruit cocktail, granola bars, milk. * FIRESTONE " MULTIMILE * CO-OP TIRES ON FARM TIRE SERVICE GENERAL SERVICE STATION REPAIR SERVICE Westbrook, MN. Phone 274-6561 (After hours 274-5692) Open Mon. - Fri. 7:00 - 5:30 Saturday 7:00 to Noon am I Yes il ;he se pleke l up ohe of her seven ace spikes to go along with her eleven points and two .J ,uuKs against Belvlew Danube-Renville-Sacred Heart Monday evening when the joggers won In three straig games The Chargers will play their final game of the regular I!on Thursday night against HL-O-L'in Lakefleld. 'k for, aul. )i Fresh Flowers Silk Flowers Green Plants Wire Service Blooming Plants Local & Worldwide Delivery We guarantee our work 100% Vote t'ol" experience, vote for aggressive law ent',)vcement, vote for the candidate who can work in harmony with the other county employees. I III I Stop in for your FREE Smile. i incumbent and is you there is no question about who to vote for on election day. Doug Storey is the only candidate who has been elected by the voters of Cottonwood County. (Remember, the incum- bent was appointed.) Doug Storey has four years experience as your County Attorney and many more years experience as an assistant county attorney. His opponent has only one year of experi- ence as County Attorney and has only taken one felony case to a jury. Doug Storey has lived all of his life in Cottonw d County (except for college). He knows you and you knov, him. Doug Storey knows that good common sense, the ability to take responsibility for his decisions and the willingness to work on an equal basis with other county employees are important requirements for the position of County Attorney. YES, THERE IS A CLEAR CHOICE! Prepared and Imid for by the candidate on his own behalf.