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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 7, 2007 Page 9 ; Road side cleaning i Recently employees of the Westbrook Good Samaritan Center took time : to clean the road ditch west of town. v liege News Nathan Stacken in SDSU band Nathan Stacken, son of Julie Kopperud and step-son of Duane Kopperud, Marshall, and a sophomore at SDSU is a member of the percussion unit of their band, and they performed at the Metrodome last week- end: He will also participate in the Tournament of Roses, New Years Day parade in Pasadena, CA. Dallman accepted at MN State University - Mankato Samantha Lee Dallman, daughter of Shirley P. Morgan, Austin has been accepted to MN State. University Her planned major is Social Science. Tracy Lanes Wednesday Night Ladies October 31, 2007 . Landuyt Const. 32 - 8 M & K Const.r 24- 16 Leversedge Auct. 23 - 17 Jacob Trucking 22- 18 Oleson's Mercantile 19 - 21 Hoyt Oil 14.5.25.5 CE Signs 14 - 26 High Games Lori Freeburg 204 Christy Hemp 203 Wendy Knakmuhs 202 High Series Wendy Knakmuhs 550 Dawn Lanners 505 Lori Freeburg 496 @ @ Chaplain John Meyer spoke in Windom at the local reintegration meeting in June Chaplain Major John Meyer will be the guest speaker at Windom's Veterans Day program Monday, Nov. 12. The program, which will be held in Windom Area Middle High School's Gold Gymnasium, begins at 9:30 a.m. Chaplain Meyer is no stranger to Windom. In June, he Spoke at Windom's public reintegration meet- ing, which helped prepare the community for the return of local National Guard members from Iraq. His address at Windom's Veterans Day program is entitled "The Cost of Free- dom." Presently serving as pas- tor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Trimont, Meyer was activated with the 394th Corps Support Battalion in Ames, Iowa, in November 2003. Three months later, Meyer and his unit flew to Kuwait where he was assigned as the Base Camp Chaplain Manager for the command unit at Camp Virginia. He was responsible for overseeing all religious sup- port in the camp, !ncluding coordinating services and Bible studies for all various faith groups. He also provid- ed counseling and Red Cross service ,to soldiers, and assisted convoys that trav- eled in and out of Iraq. He has 15 years of service with the U.S. Army Reserve, including nine years of com- missioned service. In addi- tion to his duties as pastor at his Trimont church, Chaplain Meyer" also has been the Brigade Chaplain for the 372nd Engineer Brigade at Fort Snelling for the past two years. Meyer has earned 12 med- als and four ribbons over his military career, including the Bronze Star, Army Commendation and Army Achievement medals. A native of rural Elysian, Meyer attended and gradu- ated from Waterville-Elysian High School. He attended Concordia College in St. Paul before receiving his bache- lor's degree from Minnesota State University-Mankato. He and his wife, Laurie, have four children: Sarah, 19, a first-year student at MSU-Mankato; Mark, 16, a junior at Martin Luther High School in Northrup; and William, 12, and Anna, 10, seventh and fifth graders at St. James Lutheran School in Northrop. In addition to Meyer's keynote address, the Veterans Day program will include musical selections by the Windom Eagle Concert Band and Grades 1-12 Windom mass choir. Readings by Boys and Girls Starers Lukas Gotto and Megan Luitjens also will be part of the program as well as a time to honor veterans who have died in the past year. 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Westbrook, MN Westbrook 507-274-5555 On & Off Sale Currie, MN 507-395-1555 ~ h I n! Bank 507-859-2151 Plus Walnut Grove, MN. ='"=" Sweetman All your gravel and demolishion needs Sand & Gravel Mill Street- Currie, MN 507-763-3143 our over ner in WHIz WALKER Theisen overall winner ! Congratulations to Leo Theisen the overall winner of the portable televiSion/radio. In the end he won by four points over John Madson. Theisen also took the top spot in the weekly contest with 16 right. He was tied with Ron Kuehl, and both picked iden- tical scores on the tie breaker so we had to go with drawing the-name out of the hat to determine the winner. I wonder what those doubting Thomas announcers on CBS thought after Adrian Peterson rushed for 296 yards against San Diego Sunday? I don't know what the future will bring for this talented young rookie, but I can only see him getting better. He may. not be the best running back ever, but' he certainly is right now. Thank you to our sponsors for bringing this contest to you each year. And thanks to those who participate in it each week. We hope to see you again next year. Leader Board Leo Theisen 120 John Madson 116 Brian Theisen 114 Jacob Jenniges 111 Chad Paplow 110 WEEK OF OCTOBER 29, NAME- ,~u~ --- -: C~y Z~ . Clu~ the Wlcmrs O~t L.MIIOB AMIY ~ STATE IOWA m PIJmDUE m m~ O LEO~ I, QOPI4I~ O Am FOICE O II DUlOIi O IIOIlON OI,LIIE O NOR TI,MIBIIm O l) Na41OAN SIPO O MBIH 8"rATE SIPANFOnD O PRO OelVlm o OElllOff II I~Ul FRANCISCO 0 Alt.MiTA ClNl:ql~11 0 ~ LO O I emlEIBEE