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, _ SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON RECORD Wednesday, January 26, 2011 Page 2 OBITUARIES Ruth Jeannette Harbo Funeral services/celebration of life will be at 11:00 a.m. Friday, January 28 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Walnut Grove. ' Visitation is one hour prior to services at the church on Friday. Interment will be in Trinity Cemetery in Johnsonville Township. Online condolences may be sent at www.walnutgrovefuneralhome. com. Ruth Jeannette (Tellefsen) Harbo, 97, died at Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD on January 16, 2011. Ruth Harbo was born to Bert and Hilda (Hendrickson) Tellefsen July 4, 1913 on the family farm in Johnsonville Township, MN. She was bap- tized August 3, 1913 and confirmed on July 31, 1927 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove where she has been a lifetime member. She attended Pleasant View rural school and graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1932. After attending Lamberton Normal teacher-training, Ruth taught in a rural Minnesota one room school house before her marriage to Russell Harbo on August 23, 1935. In the mid 1950's she began attending Mankato State College earning her Bachelors degree in Elementary Education. In 1956 they moved to Westbrook where Ruth taught fourth and later first grade until her retirement in 1978. After Russell's death in June 1988, Ruth returned to Walnut Grove. Survivors include her children: Sonya (Duane) Talus, Nancy (Byron) Anderson, and John (Carol) Harbo; grandchil- dren: Kathy (Doug) Keyzer, Douglas (Carol) Talus, Steven (Jane) Talus, Leslie Anderson, Gretchen (Robert) Strandell, Heather (Anthony) Vermeulen, Carla (Kendall) Landry and Emily Harbo; great grandchildren: Kyle, Matthew and Jason Keyzer; Bryan and Eric Talus; Cole Talus; Nicholas, Alexander and Sarah Strandell; and Hannah Landry; broth- er Donald (Betty) Tellefsen; numerous nieces, nephews and many friends. Preceding her in death were her parents, husband Russell, infant brother Robert, sisters Florence Egge and Darlene Fisher, and brother Burton Tellefsen. Florence Arvilla Larson Funeral services for Florence Arvilla Larson were held Saturday, January 22, 2011 at the Storden Baptist Church with Pastor David Johnson officiating. Burial fol- lowed in the Storden Baptist Cemetery in rural Storden. Recently, Florence became a resident of the Good Samaritan Society-Westbrook until being hospitalized at the Westbrook Hospital where she died January 17, 2011, at the age of 84. Florence Arvilla Larson daughter of the late Peter and Florence (Brandow) Erickson was born in Dovray Township, MtJrray County, MN: She received her education in coun- try school District 97. Florence accepted the Lord as her Lord and Savior at the age of 13 and was baptized by Rev. Anderson. She helped her parents at home with the gar- dening and many other jobs. Florence also cleaned for the neighbors and took care of their children and took care of her father when he was bedridden. In June of 1946, Florence was united in marriage to Burdett Larson. To this union two daughters were born, Ruthann and Rebecca. They lived on the south shore of Double Lakes. Florence was a member of the Immanuel Baptist Church,Westbrook, then joined the Storden Baptist Church in 1946 where she was a Sunday school teacher, a youth leader for many years, a Deaconess and a member of Women's Fellowship. In 1960, they bought a home in Storden. Survivors include her husband, Burdett Larson, Westbrook; daughters, Ruth (Earl) Mostoller of Interlachen, FL; Becky (Merle) Bailey, Lincoln, NE; six grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren; sister, Ruth (Stanley) Madson, Westbrook; many nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents; grandsons, Jeremy Bailey, Steven Parsons, and Jerry Hernandez; an infant great-granddaughter; sister, Hazel (Graver) Busk; brother, Raymond (Mary) Erickson; sister-in-law, lone Larson; brother-in-law, Lloyd (Margie) Larson; nephew, Rick Larson. Willard "Bud" Mischke Funeral services for Willard "Bud" Mischke were held Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Westbrook. Interment wass in the Westbrook Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www. westbrookfuneral.com. Willard "Bud" Mischke, age 90 of Westbrook, died Saturday, January 22, 2011 at his home sur- rounded by his family. Willard "Bud" Mischke was born on July 18, 1920, in Westbrook Township to August and Louisa (Eichner) Mischke. He was baptized at Trinity Lutheran Church in Westbrook, confirmed at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Ann Township, and graduated in 1938 from Walnut Grove High School. On March, 20, 1946, Bud married Janet Roemer. He farmed south- east of Walnut Grove, east of Revere, and in 1958 purchased the family farm northeast of Westbrook where he remained the rest of his life. In addition to farming, Bud worked as township and town assessor, as a field tiler, and as a carpenter and woodworker. Bud enjoyed riding horses and was a long-time member of the Plum Creek Saddle Club. He was active in his church and .commu- nity, serving as church president and council member, a member of Cottonwood County DFL, Farmer's Union, and NFO. Survivors include his wife, Janet; sons: Larry (Susan); Richard (Kathleen); Jay (Julie); David (Judy); and Lee (Lisa); a sister Gloria Jacobs; grandchildren: Matthew (Heather), Michael (Katie), Mark, Tina (Terry) Schenk, Tara Matson, Ann (Mark) Morgan, Luke (Alison), Katie (Patrick) Slack, Kelsey, and Kaylee; and 16 great grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, and a brother Marvin. BIRTH Serena Rosella Muscatello Steve and Serra Muscatello, Lafayette, MN announce the birth of their daughter, Serena Rosella Muscatello, born December 31, 2010. Serena weighed 9 pounds 9 1/2 ounces and was 22 l/2 inches. Proud grandparents are Bob and Annie Syverson, Tracy, MN and Roy and Arlene Muscatello, Maplewood, MN. Designate a sober driver for Super Bowl MVP The Redwood Falls Police Department and Redwood County Sheriffs Office depUties and officers will step up DWT enforce= ment patrols Super Bowl weekend, February 4 through February 6, to tack- le impaired driving and unbelted drivers. The Redwood Falls Police Department and Redwood County Sheriffs Office is advising football fans to always buckle up and make a game plan for a sober ride home. During Super Bowl weekends 2007-2009, there were 1,804 motor vehicle crashes in Minnesota, resulting in five deaths and 28 severe injuries. Three of the five deaths occurred on Super Sunday -- two of which were alcohol-related. Only one of the five motor- ists killed was belted. During this same time peri- od, 1,405 motorists were arrested for DWI, "Super Bowl festivities typically start midday and last for several hours, so designate your sober drivers well before the party starts," says Officer Braun. Braun Notice to Walnut Grove & area subscribers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Heson's Mercantile 507-859-2600 next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. Hours: M0nday- Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9a.m.to 4 p.m. For your convenience there is a toil-free number at our Westbrook Office 1-800-410-1859 If you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. emphasizes that officers will also be Watching care- fully for seat belt violations. Each year;75 .pereear of the drinking drivers killed are. not buckled. "It's the law that everyone in the vehicle, in every seating position, buckles up. Wearing a seat belt and driving sober is the best game plan for a safe Super Bowl weekend." The Redwood Falls Police Department and The Redwood County Sheriffs Office will be enforcing seat belt and driving under the influence offenses through- out Super Bowl weekend. During 2007-2009 in Redwood County, there were 11 traffic deaths and of those, 3 were alcohol-relat- ed. During this same time period, 139 were arrested for DWI in Redwood County. Each year in Minnesota, alcohol-related crashes account for more than 140 traffic deaths and 30,000-plus motorists are arrested for DWI. Braun says party hosts should review the rules with their guests prior to kickoff: * Either use a sober driv- er c;r plan to crash at the party. * Be a team player: require every driver and passenger fasten their seat belt before hitting the road. * Volunteer as the day's official: if someone plans to drive home after drinking, throw a flag and find them a sober ride home. mcan COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT Jan.6-19, 2011 Failure to stop: $130.00 - Brianna Nicole Ramos, Mt. Lake, MN Parking: $34.00 - Call Marie Mischke, Windom, MN; Diane Carolyn Carlson, Windom, MN Seat belt: $105.00 Berdon Allan Baerg, Butterfield, MN Issue dishonored check: $50.00 - Bradley Norman Larsen, Windom, MN Theft: $580.00- Gary Lee Beckman, WiUmar, MN, 60 days stayed for 1 yr., no misd. or > viol. for 1 yr., 1 yr. sup. probation Driving after revocation: $280.00 - Say, Mt. Lake, MN School bus, Fail to stop: $580.00 - Rona!d Vernon Flatgard, Windom, MN, 30 days stayed for 6 man., 6 months unsup, prob., no same or sire. Driving w/o license: $180.00 - Cristian Fernando, Worthington, MN Uninsured vehicle: $280.00 - Juan Jose Fuentes, Wlndom, MN Failure to obey traffic control device: $130.00 - Todd Michael Powell, Worthington, MN Redwood County Sheriff's Office awarded equipment Minnesota Department of Public Safety Awards Redwood County Sheriffs Office a Stalker DSR2X Radar The Redwood County Sheriff's Office has been awarded a Stalker DSR2X Radar valued at approxi- mately $3,000.00 for their excellent work in the 2010 TZD Safe and Sober Labor Day Impaired Driving Mobilization. The Safe and Sober pro- gram is a program of out- reach, education and enforcement. "The Redwood County Sheriff's Office has consistently been doing an excellent job and I do not hesitate to say they have saved lives" said Brad Kollmann, Law Enforcement Liaison for the Minnesota Office of Traffic Safety, Speed, distracted driving and impaired driving are some of the most common reasons why people crash but failure to wear seat belts is the greatest reason why people die or are seriously injured in motor vehicle crashes. Approximately 70 percent of the fatalities in Minnesota occur in rural areas such as the Redwood Falls 'County. area and a'disproportionate' number of those fatalities are the young, those, between 16 and 24 years of age. They continue to be the highest risk drivers and they are the least likely to wear a seat belt. Brad Kollmann/ Law Enforcement Liaison for the Minnesota Office of Traffic Safety who awarded the Sheriffs Office the radar at the Redwood County Board meeting stated that "although there continues to be an alarming number of serious injuries and fatalities on our Minnesota roadways, it is agencies such as the Redwood County Sheriffs Office which really do save lives and reduce injuries because of their continued efforts to gain compliance with the traffic laws which are the most likely to cause death and injury", I have no doubt that the reason we are at one of the lowest levels of fatalities since World War II is the fact that law enforce- ment, such as the Redwood County Sheriff's Office is committed to protecting the area residents including the motoring public. "The, Redwood county Sheriffs Office's dedication to traffic safety is helping to drive Minnesota Toward Zero Traffic Deaths," says Cheri Marti, director of OTS. "The Department of Public Safety is proud of the work that Sheriff Hanson and his Deputies are doing to enforce traffic laws and encourage safe driving behavior." The Saf~ & Sober Program is funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and administered by Minnesota Office of Traffic Safety (OTS). Safe & Sober is designed to reduce traffic fatalities and serious inju- ries. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - At the recent Murray County Board of, Commissioners meeting the parks board recommended eight additional sites be added to Swenson Park, and nine to West Lake Sarah. Grants will be applied for to offset some of the cost for the additions. Lamberton News - The Lamberton coancil was informed that in regards to the Small Cities Housing Rehab Grant, seven residents in Lamberton have been determined eligible and in Walnut Grove eight residents have been determined eligible. More may become eligible later. Murray County News - New appliances will be on their way to the Scout building because of the Kiwanis Friends of Scouting Fundraiser. The Slayton Women of Today donated $500.00 towards the Scouting Fundraiser. Traey Headlight Herald- Art Drackley and Melvin Hubbard end 139-year opus. Drackley, 94, devoted 72 years to the Tracy First United Methodist Church Choir, as both a singer and director. Hubbard, 86, sang baritone in the choir for 67 years. Both men have declared that he has sung his final stanza in the choir. Windom Citizen - After 50 years the W'mdom ballpark's buildings are starting to wear out. In fact, the concession stand received a failing grade fi'om the state health dept. last summer. Unless something iS done, the concession stand will be closed in 2011. 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