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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, January 14, 2004 COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISTRICT COURT Jan. 2-8, 2003 Speeding: $110.00 Nicholas John Wohlers, Lake Elmo, MN; Erika Gabriela Sanchez, Sioux Center, IA; Scott David Scholtz, Windom, MN; Tina Marie Simpson, Bingham Lake, MN; Gertrude Lillian Sorenson, Slayton, MN; Janice Geraldine Tostengard, Dovray, MN; James Lee Aalderks, Willmar, MN; James Henry Bailey, Sierra Vista, AZ, DL suspended on 11/18/03 rein- state on 1/8/04; Manuel Montoya, Sioux Falls, SD, DL suspended on 3/11/03 reinstate on 1/8/04 $120.00 - Kari Kristin Stewart, Sioux Falls, SD; Erin Darrel Wynia, Sheldon, IA; Betty Ann Decker, Freeman, SD $130.00 - Tom Jan Wiens, Chula Vista, CA; Thomas James Koehler, Sioux Falls, SD; Michael Richard VanDeventer, Sioux Falls, SD $140.00 - Hilary Joy Graft, Sanborn, MN; David Joseph Oetken, Omaha, NE; Richard Barker Brozo, Robbinsdale, MN $220.00 - Kami Rae Priebe, Sioux Falls, SD Barking Dog: $95.00 - Births Brenna Nicole -arson Brenna Nicole Larson was born December 24, 2003, at 2:18 p.m. at Douglas County Hospital in Alexandria, weighing 8 lbs. 1 oz. and 20 inches long. Parents are Todd and Sara Larson of Glenwood. Grandparents are Leon and Karen Warner of Tracy and Dennis and Pat Larson of Wheaton. Great grand- parents are Earl and Anna Margaret Warner of Walnut Grove and Don Pratt and the late Ellie Pratt of Avon. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Juan Manuel Alanis, Mt. Lake, MN DW]: $570.00 - Klay Andrew Horkey, Denver, CO, jail/prison - stayed 60 days 1 yr., unsupervised probation 1 yr., pay as ordered, no msd. . for 1 yr. Abandon Vehicle: $280.00 - Cruz Garcia Rodriguez, Mt. Lake, MN, pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr. No MN DL, Fail to Register: $220.00 - Juan Alberto Zurita, Mt. Lake, MN, pay $20 today and then pmt. plan Not Displaying Current Re.: $90.00 Loran Lee Kukert, Windom, MN; Michelle Theresa Vickerman, Windom, MN No MNDL: $170.00 - Samohou Mychackavane, Jackson, MN; Yamil Xavier Morales-Soto, Worthington, MN Fail to Yield at Yield Sign: $170.00 - Mohamud Mohamed Warsame, Windom, MN, pay as ordered, $50 every Friday Not Displaying Current Reg.: $90.00 Anthony Charles Nelson, Windom, MN NSF: $120.00, restitu- tion $55.18 - Deborah Lynn Smith, Windom, MN, pay 1/2 by Fri., 1/9/04 and 1/2 bi weekly SW MN Private Industry Council, Inc. awarded grant The Southwest MN Private Industry Council, Inc. was recently notified that they have been award- ed a $218,700 grant to develop seven Health Careers Preparatory Academies in non-metro MN. The academies will help prepare individuals to enter training programs for careers in healthcare. The project will be modeled after the current H1B project, building upon partnerships with WorkForce Centers, local healthcare facilities, and educational institutions The project is designed to fill the gaps that have been encountered by less- skilled applicants and under-served populations. This project will address the issue of basic skills deficien- cies and skills required to be successful in the health- care field. The funding for the project is provided through the MN Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and will operate from December 1, 2003 to December 1, 2005. For additional informa- tion on the project please contact: Juanita Lauritsen, Executive Director at 320- 269-5561. OBITUARIES Alfred "Shorty" Deutschman Memorial services were held for Alfred "Shorty" Deutschman Sunday, January 11, 2004 at the Community Methodist Church of Monticello, MN. He died December 29, 2003. Shorty was born on April 1, 1904. He and Laura Budolfson were married and they farmed for a period of time near Westbrook, MN. The couple then moved to the Minneapolis area, where Shorty pursued a career selling plumbing sup- plies. In 1995, they moved to the Monticello area, where they lived the rest of their lives. Survivors include a daughter, Joanne (Bill) Caldwell; randdaughter, Kelly (Peter) Shelquist; and great grandsons rew and Nicholas. Preceding him in death was his wife, Laura. Kids Fishtale Writing Contest Announced Attention kids ages 6-17! The MN Fishing Federation is hosting its 4th annual MN Outdoor Sports Show in Grand Rapids. MN, March 26-28, 2004. As part of that event, they are running their annual KIDS FISHTALES writing contest with each youth receiving a prize and cash prizes going to the top three in each age group. Age groups are 6-12 and 13-17. Each child is asked to write their favorite fishing story. not to exceed one page. They may include a photo or drawing to enhance the story. Stories will be judged and winners announced at 3 pm Sunday of the Sports Show. All stories, photos and drawings, will become the property of the fishing feder- ation and may be used on their website which can be found by going to the Yahoo search engine and typing in MINNESOTA FISHING FEDERATION. If there are further ques- tions, you may contact Brian Carlson, President of the MFF at brian50@paulbun- yan.net or call 218-327-1522. Entries must be received by March 1st. Mail to Minnesota Fishing Federation Kids Fishtales Contest PO Box 450 Grand Rapids, MN 55744. Marshall State Patrol District DWI Mobilization Seven drunk drivers were cited during the December DWI Mobilization in the Marshall State Patrol district. Most drivers made very good choices by not drinking and driving during the Mobilization. Impaired driving is a choice that costs impaired drivers' thousands of dollars in court-related costs, and the greater possi- bility of becoming involved in a crash that may claim the life of an innocent vic- tim. The statewide campaign was coordinated by the MN Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety. The event was the largest impaired driving enforce- ment effort ever conducted in the state--more than 400 city and county law enforce- ment agencies and the State Patrol participated. Historically, the holiday season is one of the dead- liest periods on MN roads. Last year in MN, alcohol- related crashes accounted for 239 fatalities, or nearly 37 percent of all traffic deaths. Most alcohol-relat- ed crashes involve a single vehicle overturning or a sin- gle vehicle colliding with a Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers& readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Oleson's Mercantile 507-859-2600 next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. Hours: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1 i-soo-400 s59 fixed object. "A few simple reminders such as designating a sober driver or taking the keys from an impaired friend can save a life." says Lt. Brian L. West. '"rhere will be more on-going enforcement effort targeting impaired drivers in 2004. So start making your plans now for a safe ride home--before it's too late." The Safe & Sober cam- paign is funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The program is designed to reduce traffic-related fatali- ties and injuries. Murray County 4-H Calendar January 19 -- King Birthday observance - office closed January 22 -- 4-H Livestock Committee, 7:00 p.m., Courts Building, Slayton January 24 -- 4-H Parents Breakfast, 8:30 a.m., Country Host, Slayton January 26 -- 4-H Federation meeting, 7:30 p.m., Courts Building, Find us on the Web at www.lyon- sioux- press.com Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Klasse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 507.274-6166 OBITUARIES Laura Mae Scarset Funeral services were held for Laura Scarset Wednesday, January 7, 2004 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Westbrook, MN with Rev. Geral($ Giese officiating. Casket bearers were Vernon Holmes, Robert Holmes, Marlow Holmes, Gerald Holmes, Craig Holmes, Daniel Kavanaugh, Jonathan Kavanaugh, Lee Grund, Alan Grund, John Scarset, Dustin Knapper, Austin Scarset, Alex Scarset. Interment was in the Westbrook Cemetery, Westbrook, MN. On January 4, 2004, Laura died at the Center. Laura Mae was born May 10, 1921 t(: Elizabeth (Boughman) Arnold in Cottonwood County, MN. Laura was baptized. at Grace Lutheran Church in Westbrook, MN. school in Dist. 64 in Rosehill Township School. Laura married Oris Scarset on August 21, Rapids, IA. To this union five children were Leone, LaVonne, Alson and Faye. After her joined Tdnity Lutheran Church in Westbrook, was active in teaching Sunday School, the cles, and as a janitor. Oris and Laura worked ferent farm jobs. Laura worked in the for several years. Laura loved gardening ning. She also did painting and papering residents. The couple were the caretakers Cemetery for eleven years. Survivors include husband Oris; children Kavanaugh, Alexandria, LaVonne (Tom) Alson 'Butch' (Shirley) Scarset, Westbrook, (fiancee Emiliano Felipe), Rosemont; 21 reat grandchildren; 1 great great g mold, Walnut Grove; brother Roy Arnold, sister-in-law Alta Arnold, Walnut Grove. She was preceded in death her Wyonne Holmes, son-in-law Cad. Esther C. Chri Funeral services were held for Esther C. Thursday, January 8, 2004 at the Almlie Westbrook, MN. Pastor Rodney Bensen cial music was provided by David and Casket bearers were Lyle Nelson, Steve NelsOn, Sr., Fred Hage, Jr., Kevin Byers, Harris Byers, Jacob Wieler. Interment was in the Cemetery, Westbrook, MN. Esther died January- 3, 2004 at her home Esther Christine Christensen was born Au Hans J. and Mattie (Voth) Christensen in rew up in Yankton, SD where she began ollowing high school graduation, she University of MN, graduating in 1928 with a Economics. Esther and her parents were business leaderS munity, owning the funeral home, hardware store, and were landowners as well. Her mayor of the community during served as the Justice of the Peace. interested in civic affairs. She was proud of accomplishments. Later, she became the each. As a teacher, Esther taught Home Falls, MN substituted in the Westbrook tern, and also tutored children in transit, due business interests. Esther's interest in travel never ceased. mother traveled annually to California. She nanny in the Los Angeles area. She Cuba, plus many trips in the continental continued to travel in later years, as well. She enjoyed homemaking, .lardening, preparation and entertaining. Her famous lemon pie, grape jam, and enjoyed a challenging puzzle, crossword Jeopardy along with reminiscing. Other en scrapbooking, rebating, reading and many years, she was a volunteer at the Center. Esther is survived by no immediate lovingly remembered by many close friends Hofer, LUlian Baarstad, Fred Hage, Sr., Fred Ann Hagemeyer, Hilda Byers, Harris Byers, others. Preceding her in death were her parents, special friend, Norma Nelson. Helen Weeks Memorial services for Helen Weeks Monday, January 12, 2004=at Grace Westbrook, with Rev. Roy Williams officiating. Betty Rupp. Casket bearers were Jack Lewis, Gary Lewis, Donny Bailey, Leroy Meek, Interment was held at Ellsborough EIIsborough Township, Murray County, Helen Weeks was born July 6, 1918 in Clyde and Minnie (Kunze) Meek. She school north of Revere and then Tyler raduated from Balaton High School in aymond Weeks at the Lutheran parsonage June 15, 1940. The couple lived in and then Ruthton for several years. Farmington, MN where they lived for 8 to Worthington. For the past few years Westbrook. She enjoyed gardening and ly embroidery, she loved making quilts for the spending time with her family. On January 7, 2004, Helen Weeks died at Hospice House in Slayton, MN. Survivors include 2 grandchildren, Chris Blue Earth and Matthew Weeks with his Clear Lake, IA; 5 great grandchildren, Jordan, Devon and Dallas; 3 sisters and 1 brother, Sioux Falls, Dorsie Lewis of Slayton, Westbrook, and Carroll (Norma) Meek of in-law, Lorraine Meek of Westbrook; and Elaine Weeks of Worthington and Weeks of California. Preceding her in death were her Gordon, brothers Donald and Eugene CLASSIFIED AD S MA LI PRICE BIG E ULTS