Newspaper Archive of
Sentinel Tribune
Westbrook, Minnesota
Lyft
December 12, 1990     Sentinel Tribune
PAGE 8     (8 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 12, 1990
 

Newspaper Archive of Sentinel Tribune produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




MINNEOTA --- Andy Haar worked on a hold of his opponent last Thursday night at Mlnneota where the Charger wrestlers took on the Minneota Vikings. ST Photo So close and yet so far could be 119--Charlie Benson lost by the thoughts of the Red Rock fail, 3:52. Chargers. The Chargers lost their ' 125--Travis VanDeWiele won first duel meet of the season on what coaches Amundson and Mischke felt was a poor coaches decision. The meet was'tied going into the last match and the coaches had moved Tim Pilaczynski and Paul Caswell up a weight class to match up better with the Minneota opponents. Tim had wrestled a fine match going into the third period leading 7 - 5. The coaches had Tim take the bottom position instead of the neutral position and the opponent's extra weight proved to be too much for Tim and he was pinned with less than a minute to go in the match. Final score 30 - 36. Other than the coaching error, the Chargers did a fine job of wrestling to come that close to the Minneota Vikings. Jason Steen won by forfeit when the Vikings moved their man up to wrestle Adam Krick. Adam and Travis VanDeWiele both won their matches by pins~ Shane Parker, Andy Haar, Josh Meyer and Paul Caswell all won their matches by decision. On the "B" squad, Justin Struchen, Ryan Anderson and Mike Immer won by pins. Tim Cohrs won by decision. by fall, 1:25. 130--Tony Ourada lost by fall, :31. 135---Shane Parker won by decision, 10 - 4. 140--Phil Robey lost by fail, 4:39. 145--Jerome Cohrs lost by fall, "A" results 103---Jason Steen won by forfeit. ll2---Adam Krick won by fall, 1:17. 2:54. 152--Andy Haar won by decision, 8 - 6. 160--Josh Meyer won by decision, 15 - 9. 171---Red Rock forfeit. 189--Paul Caswell won by decision, 7 - 5. -Hwt.---Tim Pilaczynski lost by fall, 5:01. ,Van e take 1st in Pipestone Tournament The Red Rock Chargers spent another long Saturday wrestling at Pipestone. The Chargers started strong in the duel meet format of the tournament and lost a close decision to Windom 30 - 33. The next two duel were not wrestled quite as good by the Chargers as they lost to Pipestone and Minneota by identical scores of Ig -41. Jason Steen won the individual portion of the tournament at 103 by decisioning his opponent from Windom and then pinning his opponents from Pipestone and Minneota. Travis VanDeWiele also continued his winning ways in the same manner as Jason with a decision over Windom and then two pins Shane Parker placed second in the tournament with wins over Windom and Pipestone then a loss to Minneota. Adam Krick placed 3rd with a pin against Windom before he had to default due to injury. Phil Robey was 3rd with a pin over Windom. Andy Haar 3rd with a decision over Minneota. Josh Meyer 3rd with a decision over Minneota and Paul Caswell 3rd with a decision over Pipestone. Mike Immer also placed 3rd by virtue of a forfeit by Windom. Also wrestling were Charlie Benson and Tim Pilaczynski. In the "B" portion of the tournament, Eric Olson wresded 3 times earning a pin, a decision and losing by a pin. Tony Ourada, Justin Struchen and Chris Dallenbach all won their matches by pins. WWG Middle School Concert Thursday, December 20 The Westbrook/Walnut Grove Middle School Christmas Concert will be held Thursday, Dec. 20 at 7:30 "i~0. at the Middle School Auditorium. The fifth and sixth grade choir will be performing "Calypso Claping Carol," "The Gift," "Christmas A'Comin," and "Christmas Carol Cheer." Accompanists are Tara Homing and Sue Griffith. The fifth grade band will play several familiar melodies and "Merry Christmas to All." The sixth grade band will be keeping beat to a swing tune, to a hoedown tune, and to "A Christmas Overture." The seventh and eighth grade band has readied "Santa at by Amy Wright, psychologist 1. "Catch 'era being good." The single most important rule in living with a child is to work very hard to praise or attend to the child when he is being appropriate (not when 3LgJ,t feel like it). Being appropriate includes everything (depending on the parents' personal preference) from playing quietly with siblings to doing homework to being a good sport. 2. Let them help you. The second most important rule is to let your children help. you to do the variety of activities involved in everyday living. This is much better than doing the job or task by yourself because it is too difficult for the child to do. Most children enjoy helping their parents and can learn a great deal while doing so. The "helping" might just consist of simulated "work" in your vicinity, but it is still good to have them with you. 3. Monitor your children. When your child is playing quietly -- catch him being good! Don't fall into the old trap that you don't want to disturb him. Check on your child frequently (at first, every 10 minutes or so; then gradually decrease your monitoring to ev.ery 30 minutes or so) so you can gwe him lots of feedback on what he is doing. But don't disrupt activities which you wish to encourage; a five - to ten - second interaction is all that is necessary. 4. Home routines and responsibilities should be (within reason) orderly and predictable. Don't let toddlers decide their own timetables. You should decide on a reasonable bedtime and stick to it. Don't do all of the housework yourself. Your most important job is that of a teacher. Don't use all of your time being a maid, cook, etc. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, December the Symphony" which combines classical themes with holiday melodies, "Prelude to Christmas" -- a medley of favorites, and "Christmas Variations" which utilizes rock rhythms to familiar carols. The seventh and eighth grade choir will be performing with an added vocal ensemble. Students accompanists for the concert are Tara Homing, Stuart Kirchner, Megan Kassel, Michelle Landuyt, Ron Kuehl, and Sandy Klasse. Directors are Tom and Kathy Vondracek. Admission to the concert is free. Please join us for an evening of Christmas cheer!! 5. Discipline and enforcement of discipline should be as matter of fact as possible. When a child breaks a rule, he should pay for it in whatever way you enforce broken rules. Once a child has paid for a broken rule, no part of the incident should ever be mentioned again. It is much better to have a child sit in a kitchen chair or sit on the sofa for three or four minutes than to spank him. The first spank is for the child; all the rest are for you. For a younger child, try placing him in his crib until he is quiet for five or ten seconds; then go in and pick him up. Don't be reluctant to have a child sit on the chair 10 or 15 minutes in one day if he deserves iL 6. Lectures belong in lecture halls, not in homes. Do not lecuwe your children -- not even under the guise of reasoning with them. Threats and nagging are useless in dealing with children. In fact, if anything, threats probably make children worse, not better. Talking with your children is important; however, be careful that you avoid talking with them only at times of crisis, problems, etc. rather, spend your time talking with them when things are pleasant and running smoothly. For example, if you and your child are working together or going somewhere together, that is a perfect time to talk with your child. With smaller children, talking to them a lot is a good way to get language development started. Just try carrying on a running description of what you are doing. 7. Show sympathy when you discipline. When a child has to miss a movie, a trip to McDonald's, or an opportunity to play a game with a friend because he hasn't been behaving, you should be sy. mpathetic with give in. Make sy.mpathy doesn't minute. 8. Prompting imitating. Children they see and hear do. If your child house rules and whole issue your child will learn 1 can be handled you scream when can probably expect' to follow that it's important to children that you problem situations your control. 9. Be a mother, Find a and use it -- not as as a breather. make excellent very desirable for spend time with children around. spends most of his with a babysitter, him to behave a babysitter, so carefully. 10. Parents Whether you pro1 whether you teach your children interaction with pick them up when you teach them to Particularly with what you do is important than what Cottonwood Water District Earth Team The Cottonwood Conservation District Windom Soil Field Office Minnesota National Conservation (NACD)/Soil (SCS) Earth Team Minnesota Water Conservation Annual State December 2, 3, Minneapolis. A plaque was office staff and Supervisors shared the Earth Team Thirteen 558 hours of service soil and water program in the provided include receptionist, photo wetland and hi determinations, well monitoring. Fertilizer, Chemicals, Feed, Seed, Area farmers are invited into their local Meadowland Coop to take advantage of the pr/ce discounts available at 1991 Booking & prepay Days. Early payment discounts available on fertilizer, chemicals, seed, petroleum and This also would be a good time to corl.firm-your early booked Take advantage of these special offers at the following from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the following days: MINNEOTA -- Shane Parker wrestling at 135 took on Minneota's Kennedy GIIbertson last . Thursday night at Minneota. ST Photo. III IIII II I I WESTDROOK, MN. 56183 PH: 274-6136 We offer a complete wtnting service, from start to finish, in our own plant Let us make . an image for you WALNUT GROVE, ~I. 56180 PII: 859-2187 . BUSINESS FORMS . HANOGILLS . BUMPER STICKERS . BROCHURES . AOCTIUR BILLS . TICKETS . BUSINESS CARDS . WEOiJG STATIOHERY I I I I I IIlillll I I I II 9 Farmers Golf & Health Club - Sanborn Community Center - Wabas$o Fertilizer Plant - Clements Community Center - Lucan American Legion Hall - Storden Community Building - Walnut Grove American Legion Hall - Lamberton