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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, January 21, 2004 COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT Jan. , 2003 Speeding: $110.00 Roger Norman Hicks, Billings, MT; Mary Louise Krook, Barnes, WI; Ronald James Kuehn, Comfrey, MN; Harlan Kenneth Paulson, Hudson, SD; Jay Trevor Potter, Bingham Lake, MN; Ralph Scott Price, Lamberton, MN; Marchele Lynn Boozell, Lamberton, MN; Robert Alan Goodman, Somerset, WI; Jay Lee Clarke, Lakeville, MN $120.00 - Abigail Anne Tieck, Hinton, IA; Nancy Ellen Ludden, Shipshewana, IN; Tamara L. Hein, Windom, MN; Janelle Marie Bolt, Luverne, MN $130.00 - Charles Johlfs Gustafson, Sioux Falls, SD; Michael Paul Richards, Hartford, SD; Phillip Ryan Dorhout, Orange City. IA; Michael Eric Swanger, Jackson, MN $140.00 - Christine Marie Kaufman, Jackson, MN, DL suspended on 1/7/04, rein- state on 1/12/04; Kristine Marie Thiede, Sioux Falls, SD, DL suspended on 10/22/03, reinstate onl/13/04; Gregory Wayne Anderson, Warroad, MN Obscure License Plates, Red Lights on Car Front: $200.00 - Jordan Douglas Larson, Bingham Lake, MN Not Display Current Reg., Fail to Produce Proof Ins.: $90.00 - Travis John Hodkin, Windom, MN Stop Sign Violation: $120.'00 - Eugene Michael Dwyer, LeSueur, MN NSF: $170.00, restitu- tion $263.49 - Clara Lynn Guinn, Comfrey, MN, jail/prison - stayed 10 days 1 yr., supervised probation 1 yr., no same or similar viola- tion Driving While Suspended: $135.00 - Jesse Joseph DeGross, Jordan, MN, DL suspended on 1/10/01, reinstate on 1/15/04 Non Current Tabs: $90.00 Constance Lea Knott, Walnut Grove, MN; Mark Alan Warner, Walnut Grove, MN Seatbelt Violation: $95.00 - Jon Ross Bergemann, Storden, MN; Jerome Mark Ollerich, Winner, SD; Somsanouk Phraviseth. Mt. Lake. MN $90.00 Bradley Gerald Just, Windom, MN Underage Consump- tion: $170.00 - Kody Lee Karschnik, Mt. Lake, MN Stop Sign Violation: $120.00 - Michelle Marie Kallin, Windom, MN Domestic Assault, Disorderly Conduct: $30.00, stayed $100.00 - Jimmy Carl Guthmiller, Mt. Lake, MN, supervised proba- tion 1 yr., pay as ordered, no msd. or grtr. for i yr., domes- tic abuse assessment and fol- low, $200 ofp. credit Disobey Traffic Signal: $120.00 - Alice Mac Koep, Windom, MN Find us on the Web at www. lyon- siouxpre s s. co m A STATE FARM I RA BY APRIL 15TH. CALL IT A TAX TIP FROM A GOOD NEIGHBOR. WE LWE WHERE YOU LIVE:" You'll enjoy possible tax benefits and have the comfort of knowing you're preparing for your future. Best of all a State Farm IRA offers plenty of funding options. Roger Haar 432 1st Avenue Westbmok, MN 507-274-6164 LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR  STATE FARM IS THERE TM Providing Insurance and Financial Services Consuh )'our tax or legal advisor for specific adxace P036+5 02'3 mtc Farm fh,m O[/I,es camm,k"wn llltms atefarm corn* OBITUARIES Arlene Susan Hildreth Arlene Susan Hildreth was born March 1, 1933, in Windom, MN, the daughter of Chris and Marie (Johnson) Larsen. She grew up in rural Storden and graduated salutatorian at Storden High School. Arlene was united in marriage to Gene Hildreth, March 6, 1951, at the Bethany Lutheran parsonage in Storden. Following marriage they lived in rural Storden, then moved to rural Lamberton in 1961. Family came first in Arlene's life and she enjoyed milking cows and help- ing with farm work. She also enjoyed planting flowers and more flowers. Arlene was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Lamberton. Arlene died Monday, December 22, 2003 at Valley View Manor in Lamberton at the age of 70 years. Survivors include husband, Gene, of Lamberton; daugh- ter, Susan and husband Reynold Paskoff of Lamberton; sons, David and wife Alice Hildreth of Mitchell, SD, Michael and wife Dorothy Hildreth, Leaf River, IL, Patrick and wife Maria Hildreth, Marshall, VA, Kelly Hildreth of Rockford, IL; brothers, Donald and wife Margaret Larsen of Windom, MN, Dean Larsen of Holiday Island, MO; sister, Dorothy Extein of Sun City, AZ; 11 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Ado Larsen. ASK A ]'ROOPER Trooper Kathy: What is the biggest factor con- tributing to weather related crashes? Now that our winter driving season is upon us I would like to comment about a few things. Many of you have taken defensive driving courses from me and may remember when I told you to quit blaming the roads for your crashes. It is the dri- ver's responsibility to have their vehicle under control at all times. If it is ic), 40 miles an hour might be too fast. The first thing I would like you to do when the weather or roads are bad is to decide if this trip is really neces- sary? You must take into consideration your age, driv- ing ability (although every- one I've ever met is a "good" driver), road and weather conditions, and mostly how far are you willing to walk if you have trouble? Many people have an undeserved sense of security when they carry cell phones. A cell phone cannot dig you out of a ditch or provide warmth. All it can do is let someone else know where you are. If the roads weren't safe for you, they aren't going to be safe for them either. If you do decide to drive in less than perfect driving conditions remember: SLOW DOWN WHEN YOU SEE RED LIGHTS SLOW DOWN WHEN THE ROADS ARE SLICK SLOW DOWN WHEN YOU ARE TOO CLOSE TO THE CAR IN FRONT OF YOU SLOW DOWN JUST FOR THE SAKE OF TAK- ING INVENTORY OF THE CONDITIONS WHICH SURROUND YOU YOU CAN MAKE MORE APPROPRIATE DECISIONS ABOUT YOUR SPEED if you SLOWDOWN! If you have any ques- tions regarding traffic safety or traffic law please write to Sgt. Kathryn Pederson at MN State Patrol, PO Box 344B, Marshall, MN 56258. Sgt. Pederson will not offer advise on specific situations or real events, which involve law enforcement. Midwest Ridge and Strip Till Conference By Murlel Mapes U of M Extension Farmers throughout the region who are interested in ridge-till and strip-till plant- ing systems should make plans to attend the Midwest Ridge and Strip Till Conference. This year, the conference is scheduled Feb. 4 at the Arrowwood Conference Center at Spirit Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Oleson's Mer00mntile 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. convenience i number. Lake, IA. The conference starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m. But for those who arrive early, there's an open round-table session for a free exchange of information. "Sometimes it's really educational to listen "to oth- ers who have a lot of practi- cal experience with these planting systems," says George Rehm, soils special- ist with the U of M Extension Service. Rehm says the conference program is designed to interest those who are just thinking about these systems as well as those who have used them for a number of years. "There's always a lot of good information for everyone," he adds. There's a registration fee, but pre-registration isn't necessary. For more infor- mation, contact George Rehm at 612-625-6210 or Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Kiasse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 50%274-6166 OBITUARIES Alyce Lucille Peterson Funeral services were held for AlycE Wednesday, January 14, 2004 at the Almlie Westbrook, MN with Rev. Roy Williams officiating. was in the Westbrook Cemetery. Alyce died Monday, January 12, 2004 at the Good Samaritan Center, Westbrook,-.MN. Alyce Lucille was born January 27, 1910 Della Stark on a farm south of Storden, Township, Cottonwood County, MN. She was confirmed in the Christian faith and attended School. As a young girl she moved with her north of Westbrook, MN and Alyce then Westbrook High School, graduating in 1928. On March 15, 1942 Alyce married Maylen the Clarence Dibble farm and they made their family's farm north of Westbrook. They until poor health made Alyce move into Good Samaritan Center in May of 1992. While Alyce raised chickens, ducks and geese and her gardening, both vegetable and flowers. mals and took care of the many cats they and their dog, Ishta. Maylen and Alyce did a lot of traveling years. They went to Mexico, Colorado, World's Fair in Seattle, WA. Alyce was a Amo Lutheran Church, the Westbrook Hos past member of the Eastern Star, having dent and a current member of the Westl; Church. Survivors include her husband, Maylen; and Sonie Stark, Mankato, MN; nieces a her husband's side also. Preceding her in death were her parents; an two brothers; one sister. Marvin W. Mischke Funeral services were held for Marvin W. January 16, 2004 at English Lutheran Grove, MN. Rev. Bonnie Lomen officiated Nancy Osland. Soloist was Chuck Dibley. Michael Braun, Trent Kirchner, Alvin Leinen, Larry Schindler and Michael Stewart. were Chris Ahkers. Glenn Crowley, Alex Kramer and Dan Bennett. Interment was in the Cemetery. Man/ died on January 12, 2004 at the Regional Hospital, Worthington, MN. Marvin, the son of August B. and Louisa was born June 30, 1918 on a farm near was baptized at Faith Lutheran Church in youth he moved with his family to Walnut was confirmed at St. Olaf Lutheran Church, Grove. He grew up in Walnut Grove and Walnut Grove High School. He served in Army during WWlI. Following his discharge Mankato State Teachers College where he degree in teaching and coaching. Over a in the education field, he served in four Buffalo Lake, Springfield and Storden, where coached, and later served as principal and at Fulda. He was a member of the English Walnut rove all his life. Marv enjoyed g ing. Survivors include a brother, Willard "Bud" wife, Janet, Westbrook; a sister, Gloria Grove; eight nieces and nephews and Janet Jacobs, Wells, MN, Lorna and Rock Valley, IA, Luane and Randy Van MN, Larry and Susan Mischke, Ely, MN, Mischke, Walnut Grove, Jay and Julie MN, David and Judy Mischke, Ringsted, IA Lisa Mischke, Avoca, MN Preceding him in death were his parents and law, Dwight Jacobs. Leslie Ro, services we Leslie Mattison Monday, 2004 at Our Savior's Lamberton, MN: Pastor ciated..Interment was Lamberton Cemetery Leslie Roy Mattison, MN died on Friday, January Valley View Manor Lamberton, MN. Leslie Roy Mattison March 7, 1914 in Highwater Township, son of Nels and Lizzie (Tollefson) Mattison. tized onMay 12, 1929 and confirmed on Sharon Lutheran Church in Lamberton. He try school Dist #112 and worked with his Les entered the U.S. Army on January served in Germany, Belgium, and France ably discharged on October 12, 1945..Les Lamberton area and farm@d in J Redwood County. On July 14, 1947 Les married Fern Doyle SD. Fern died June 2, 1948. On Se married Florence Fennem in Willow County. The couple retired and moved into 1983. Les enjoyed fishing, working in the flowers, and spendin(] time with Following the death of I'lorence in December moved to Lamberton in 1994, to in 1999 and to the Valley View Care 2001. Les was a member of Our Church and the Legion in Lamberton. Survivors include his children - Patrick and Mattison of Texas, Luvem (Butch) and wife of Walnut Grove, MN, and Diane and of Hermitage, PA; 11 grandchildren; 22 dren; and a brother - Joseph Mattison of Preceding him in death were his parents Fern in June of 1948; his 2nd wife - of 1993; a daughter - Adrienne Utz; in an infant granddaughter; brothers - Noah Harry; sisters - Myrtle Dedckson, Laura Johnson, Esther Jeckell, and Mary Gustad. Save 80% and more on over 1500 MedS . Some Medication is You don't have to pay full price fo medication. Save up to 80% Lions Pharmacy (a licensed We can also pmv Call to q : a business