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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Page 9 Leigh Klasse named Icon From front page Minnesota Women's golfer of the year Leigh Klasse formerly of Westbrook, was named Minnesota Women's Golfer of the year for the second year in a row. She also won the same title in the Women's Senior division her first year of eligibility. She was presented her awards at the l llth annual meeting of the Minnesota Golf Association awards din- ner held at Hazeltine National Golf Club at Chaska, October 24. Klasse, of Meadowbrook Golf Club and Keller Golf Club, was on top of the lead- er-board at four events this season. She was named Champion at the MGA Women's Mid-Amateur Championship, the Minnesota Senior Women's State Amateur Championship, the MWPGA State Senior Public Links Championship and the MWGA Senior Four-Ball Championship. Leigh also had four sec- ond-place finishes: MWPGA Match Play Championship, MWGA Senior Match Play Championship, MWPGA State Public Links Championship, and Minnesota Women's State Amateur Four-Ball Championship. Leigh tied for third place at the Minnesota Women's State Amateur Championship and the Minnesota Women's State Open Championship. She fin- ished fourth at the MGA Mixed Amateur Team Championship with partner JT Johnson. Leigh proved her ability on a national level by qualifying for match play in the U.S. Women's Mid- Amateur Championship and advancing to the Round of 16 at the USGA Senior Women's Amateur Championshi F This is Leigh's fifth Player of the Year title and second consecutive Senior Women's Player of the Year title. SOCIAL SECURITY Social Security office closed for Thanksgiving On Friday, November 25 all Social Security field offic- es, including the Fairmont office, will be closed to the public. Employees who work the day after Thanksgiving will focus on backlog reduction. Members of the public can find many services and get up-to-date information online at www.socialsecurity.gov or by calling 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778). Sentinel Tribune available at: Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug, Maynards Grocery, ExpressWay Shady Drive Inn The west part of the building originally housed the Walnut Station Post Office. Where the post office is now located, housed a funeral home. Various other businesses were also housed in that build- ing in the early days. At some point Butson's moved the funeral home to the west portion and the post office relocated in the present location. Later Jacobson funeral from Tracy bought the funeral home. In 1976 George and Marge Hoffman bought the Variety Store and changed the name to G & M Variety. The Hoffmans continued to operate the store until 1988 when they sold it to Janice Doubler, and Lois Hansen. Doubler and Hansen changed the name to J & L Variety and operated until 1996. In 1997 Cindy Wahl part- nered with Lois Hansen and in 1998 she bought out Hansen. In 2001 she renamed the store Oleson's Mercantile. Wahl has continued to add different things to the store, doing a couple major expansions. The largest was when Nathan Stephens built the new funeral home she added the old funeral home to her store. The store is like five or six businesses under The Knotty Knitters -Standing from left: Kathy Pemble, Carrie Anderson, and Gloria Doubler. Front: Marlys Pemble, Pearl VanDeWiele, Cindy Wahl, Darla Larsen, Muriel Coulter, and Rose Klein. one roof. She sells fresh cut flowers and arrange- ments, yarn and knitting supplies, drop off for the Sentinel Tribune, and dry cleaning, plus general variety, home decor and greeting cards. She also hosted a Thursday morning needle craft group called the "Knotty Knitters" needle crafters from the area gathered there to knit, crochet and do other nee- dle work. One of her needle crafters, Darla Larsen said, "Walnut Grove needs this store, someone come and buy it!" Wahl said, "the knit- ters will have a new home at Jossie's as she will be purchasing all of her nee- dle craft supplies and host the "Knotty Knitters." She will also be handling Walnut Grove sweatshirts and a pickup point for dry cleaning. "I really have enjoyed doing this over the years -- the best part is the people -- both local and from other parts of the country and visitors from other countries. Mostly I will miss the people," she said. Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU Sentinel Tribune FOOTBALL CONTEST WHIZ WALKER SEZ... This week Kerry Knakmuhs was the only one to have 15 right. Kristi Butler and Nate Knakmuhs continued to stay in the lead with 113 points. Well this is it folks, you better sharpen your pencils as this is the last week of the contest. Good Luck to all. It looks like all of our leaders have a shot at it. Well the Gophers gave Michigan State all they wanted Saturday, losing to the 10th ranked team by a touchdown. Also they were still in it right to the end. The Vikings were off last week, but they come back to a real test when they take on the Cheese I Heads on Monday night. It would be great to knock them off. Whiz Leaders: Kristi Butler 113 Nate Knakmuhs 113 Leo Theisen 112 Isaac Wahl 112 Mark Evers 111 Jacob Jenniges 111 Josh Kottke 111 Ron Kottke 111 First Security Bank . Storden, MN Phone 507-445-3417 -- iii-ii ! 12Ilill KNAKMUHS AGENCY 507-859-2154 507-274-5962 Walnut Grove Westbrook Serving our local customers Westbrook, MN 507-274-5555 Sentine Tribt00__e 800-41 o-1859 507-274-6136 ' ,,+ THRIFTY WHITE 601 1st Ave Westbrook, Mn. 507-274-6114 Mon-Fri 9am-5:30pm Sat 9am-2pm 17't11 RULES OF THE GAME To enter just fill in the circle of the winning team for each game on the official blank below and put down the scores for the "Special Game" only, listed at the bottom. You may bring your entry to the Westbrook Sentinel office or Oleson's Mercantile (Variety Store), before closing time on Friday after- noon or you may mail it to Sentinel Tribune, Box 98, Westbrook, MN 56183, before the post office closes on Friday afternoon. Entries must have a Friday date stamped on the envelope by the Post Office. Because of our Monday deadline, entries mailed on time, but not delivered by the post office until Tuesday, will NOT be eligible for the weekly prize, but will be included for the overall standings. All eligible entries will be judged by members of the newspaper staff and decisions of the judges is final. In case of ties, drawings will determine the winner. Contest is open to everyone except employees of Sentinel Tribune, and their immediate families. Entries will receive one point for each correct game, including the Special Game which will also be used as a tie breaker. Total points will accumulate each week and the top point getters will be listed each week, along with the names of the weekly winner. Entry forms may be reproduced on a copier, but limit one entry per person. Extra entry forms avail- able in the Westbrook office. WEEKOF November 7, 2011 NAME Address City Zip Fill Circle of the Winners Only OREGON NEBRASKA FLORIDA OREGON ST ARIZONA AUBURN RICE UCLA DUKE WISCONSIN NEW ORLEANS HOUSTON ARIZONA WASHINGTON TENNESSEE PII-rSBURGH ST. LOUIS BUFFALO IACKSONVILLE COLLEGE 0 STANFORD 0 0 PENN STATE 0 0 SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 CALIFORNIA 0 0 COLORADO 0 0 GEORGIA 0 0 NORTHWESTERN 0 O UTAH O O VIRGINIA O O MINNESOTA O PRO O ATLANTA O O TAMPA BAY O O PHILADELPHIA O O MIAMI O O CAROLINA O O CINCINNATI O O CLEVELAND O 0 DALLAS 0 0 INDIANAPOLIS 0 Tie Breaker DETROIT CHICAGO PICK THE SCORE IN THIS GAME PHARMACI