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l selec SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PA Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, November 14,~ All five seniors from WWG were selected to the Red-Rock All- Conference Volleyball Team. Selected from WWG were hitters, Stephanie Kjorness, Heidi Steen, Gina Kronback, Bridget Hovde and setter/hitter, Michelle Lindaman. Other conference selections were April Swanson HL/O/L, Teri Krueger HL/O/L, Amy Freking HL/O/L, Angie Voss SV/RL/B, Darnel Schmitz SV/RL/B, Heidi Stalls S/J, Tiffany Pudenz S/J, Julie Benda Slayton, Karna Tommeraasen Slayton, Kelly Oehjenbruns Comfrey, Wendy Toll Comfrey and Jennifer Zender B/O. Those girls receiving Honorable Mention honors were Lisa Sather SV/RL/B, Amy Jefferson Mt. Lake and Melissa Steffen Fulda. Westbrook High School First Quarter Honor Roll Grade 9 --"A" Honor Roll - Erin Grams, Jolene Halstenson, Chadd Wahl and Ryan Warner. "B" Honor Roll - Paul Hanson, Ryan Knudson, Anne Story, Julie Vosberg and Benjamin Wester. Grade 10---"A" Honor Roll - Patty Baker, Sarah Cohrs, Miranda Doom, Rachel Horning, Carla Kjorness, Jim Kleven and Victoria Wagner. "B" Honor Roll - Chad Bakke, Carrie Baumann, Paul Caswell, Jessica Grams, Troy Knakmuhs, Clarinda Krick, Eric Kronback, Sara Larson, Travis Nelson, Jason Ourada, Aaron Parsons, Rafal Rusek, Jason Steen, 'Amy VanDeWiele and Jesse White. Grade ll---"A" Honor Roll - Curtis Bakken, Sandy Carter, Andrew Haar, Jennifer Hopper, Kristi Kottke, Angela Mattison and Angela Wester. "B" Honor Roll - Heather Brand, Craig Goehring, Kimberly Hughes, Lisa Jenson, Kim Klontz, Tina Mischke, Shannon Olson, Kristin Pederson, Rebecca Phelps, Merri Riddell, Beau Seeger, Troy Steen, Janine Stiles, James Vosberg and Janelle Weis. Grade 12--"A" Honor Roll - Jennifer Halstenson, Meredith Homing, Bridget Horde, Stephanie LKiOrness, Gina Kronback, Michelle ndaman, Cari Miller and Radoslaw Rusek. "B" Honor Roll - Ryan Anderson, Jason Bakke, Leasa Bakken, Wayne Hanson, Staey Horkey, Todd Homing, Jodi Jackels; Heather Johnson; Nicholas Kuehl, Jennifer Pederson, Kelly Phillips, Dawn Scarset, Heidi Steen, Shelly Wahl and Matt Warner School Reps attend learning meeting Six representatives from the Westbrook Walnut Grove School District attended the 1990 Midwest Regional Society for Accelerative /,earning and Teaching, November 3rd and 4th, held in Bloomington, MN. The purpose of the conference was about using what we already know about the brain to help students learn faster, more deeply and more easily. Sometimes called "superleaming", "integrative learning" or "brain compatible learning", these methods are known to reduce teacher and student fatigue and improved performance with far better rc.enfion. Learning becomes easier and faster. Those attending from the local school districts were teachers, Connie Knott, Duane Hannan, Emily Hagedon, Sandra Goerish. Board member, Bruce Johnson and Superintendent, Orlyn Wiemers. Among the presenters were Charles Reinert, SSU, Charles Connolly, Iowa State University and Lyelle Plamer, Winona State University. Selected to all conference team Five seniors from the WWG Charger volleyball team were named all conference. They are left to right, Heidi Steen, Michelle Lindaman, Gina Kronback, Bridget Hovde, and Stephanle Kjorness. ST Photo. Book Fair at Westbrook Elementary WESTBROOK--The Great American Book Fair will be held at the Westbrook Elementary School. The dates and hours for the book fair are as follows: Thursday, November 15 - 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday, November 16 - 8:00 a.m to 12:00 noon. Monday, November 19 - 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 20 - 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. * Please take note that the book fair will be open during Parent/Teacher Conferences. Profits from this fair will be used to purchase books for the Westbrook Elementary Library. The public is invited to attend. If you have any questions concerning the book fair, please feel free to contact Mrs. Enstad at the school, 274-5500. Football cOntest Winner . . . WESTBROOK -- Nathan Bakke of Dovray a Westbrook 4th ootrader was the big winner in the Red Rock Shetek - Market ball contest. For his effort he was awarded first prize a Sony Mega Watchman TV. Nice going Nathan! ST Photo. Tree of Lights The Redwood Falls Hospital Hospice will be lighting an evergreen tree in honor of community loved ones. The "Tree of Lights" will be a special way to recognize those persons (living or deceased) who have impacted our personal lives and the life of our community. People of this area are invited to contribute to the Redwood Falls Hospital Hospice in the name of someone whom they wish to honor with a light on the "Tree of Ligh ts". Contributors and those persons honored will be recognized in the hospice memorial book and in the newspaper. The lighting of the "Tree of Lights", located by the hospital's west entrance, will take place on Friday, November 30th at 8:00 p.m. The lights will shine throughout the Christmas season as donations are added. Funds from the "Tree of Lights" will be used for those hospice patients who have special financial needs. Donations may be sent to the Redwood Falls Hospital Hospice, 100 Fallwood Road, Redwood Falls, MN. Please include the name of the person or persons you wish to honor. Join us before the Musical on Thurs Nov. 15 for a "Snoopy Supper" Ham on bun, relish tray, potato salad, chips, coffee, punch and dessert. SERVING STARTS at 5:30 - 7:30 at WWG High School Auditorium (Backstage) Cost $3.50 Proceeds go to Senior Class. Body Repair Wheel Alignment Glass Installed We have one of the South- west's most modern body shops, with separate paint booth all makes KI SSE Sales & Service Westbrook, MN. FOR RENT One bedroom apartments. Most utilities paid. Meals available daily. Senior citizens, handicapped and disabled eligible. IOUSt HOUSING OP )ltlUH Valley View Apartments Lamberton, Mn. 507-752-73O3 507-752-7470 TO THE VOTERS OF WALNUT GROVE: Thanks for your support on Election Day. A special thanks to my campaign managers. Bill Heinrich Prepared and paid for by the candidate on his own behalf. o those of you who helped during my ampuign. gave me encouraging words and voted in my behalf. I e.vwnd u heartfelt thanks. The (wmpaign truly enla~ed my friendships and appreriation ft." oil the work thai needs Io be done a! our capitol in St. Paul. For thLv und your support I atn most grateful P,411) AI}I'I:'RTI, C.L'AIENT. Pr~er~ end l~lid for by I~iemh /fw Re,n II~rtA~ ~11# ~. Trt~lMlrt~, 819 l~rOW,~ .~ttl~q. Jol'A',~rm, [tt?v' ~14.1. Thank you all very much for your support and commitment. I sincerely having this ua, opportunity to get to know so ----- --- many of you. You have taught me a great deal and l'm going to continue to work hard Angela Wester is attending 7 F National Young Leaders Confere u, s . rs su Angela Wester of Westbrook is Local sponsors of the attending the 1990 National Young the Southwest Agency, arge Leaders Conference from Kiwanis, Westbrookla, kme a November 13 to November 18. Association, Lion'sC C gam4 Having demonstrated academic Post, Southwest Stat -ast achievement, leadership and Farmer s Lumber fin citizenship, Angela will be among Wester's Locker 350 high school students from across the nation at the conference WG School for outstanding young leaders sponsored by the Congressional Menu----Nov. 19 Youth Leadership Council. Breakfast: The theme of the National Monday--Ham and C Young Leaders Conference is The English muffin, Leaders of Today Meeting the Leaders of Tomorrow. Throughout the six-day conference, the scholars will meet with key leaders and newsmakers from the three branches of government, the media and the diplomatic corps. Highlights of the program will include welcoming remarks from a Member of Congress on the Floor of the United States House of Representatives, a government relations forum comprised of senior-level congressional staff and lobbyists from corporations and public interest groups, and a panel discussion led by prominent journalists at the National Press Club. Diplomatic embassy visits and a briefing at the State department will also be among the week's activities. Angela will meet with Senator Rudy Boschwitz, Senator David F. Durenberger, Representative Vin Weber, or designated members of their staffs. These meetings provide an opportunity to discuss important policy issues and focus on topics of state and local concern. Culminating the National YoungLeaders 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 Stat .Congw.ss join in the commitment of educational excellence as members of the Council's Honorary Congressional Board of Advisors. Tuesday--Cereal cinnamon rolls, juice. Wednesday sticks, oranges, bacon, Thursday ---NO Friday--- NO Lunch: Monday--Chicken hamburger on bun, baked beans, fruit, milk. Tuesday---Oven mashed potatoes, fruit, milk. Wednesday augratins, lettuce salad,! spice cake, b/b, milk. Thl Friday --NO S( WB School Menu --- Nov. 19 - Monday --Chili relishes, apple cheese/butter sandwiq Tuesday ---Roast potatoes, gravy, potatoes, cranberries bars, honey/butter milk. Wednesday ---Corn mustard, vegetable, cookie/bar, chocolate/white milk. Thursday -- VACATION. Friday -- VACATION. For complete and Auction Slayton, Ph: 763-3585 or The Sound 9a.m. to 8 Christmas Plants & Silk Arrangements Christmas Cactus Norfolk Pines Christmas Planters CHRISTMAS GIFT THROUGH OUT THE Register for FREE