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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, February 4. 20041 ?; :{ ! /i  COURT NEWS ASK A TROOPER ( )BITUARIES COI-[ONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT Jan. 23-29, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 Kimberly Sue Karschnik, Mt. Lake, MN; Erin Marie Pringle, Sioux Falls, SD; Doyle Lee Johnson, Hartford, SD; Nathan Edward Steines, St. James, MN; Michael Gene Griese, Mt. Lake, MN; Nientza Janzen, Mt. Lake, MN; Kandice Fay Peterson, Marshall, MN; $120.00 Okuny Omot Obang, Mankato, MN; $130.00 Brittany Marie Lehman, Madelia, MN; Randy Cohoy, Mitchell, SD; Chad Andrew Henkels, Burnsville, MN; $135.00 - Jason Charles Delluo, Sioux Falls, SD; $140.00 - Stephanie Rae Bartholomew, Walnut Grove, MN; Raymond Lee Paplow, Jr., Dundee, MN; $165.00 - Leon Richard Peterson, Le Mars, IA Angl w/2 xtra lines: $140.00 - Todd Eugene Herding, Stoden, MN; Falsified entries Lg. Bk: 195.00 - Dimitar Stoev Bagrev, Lyons, IL Non displayed Crrnt Reg: $90,00 - Ronald Joseph Veenker, Bingham Lake, MN Non-rsd Prch Rsd Bg Gin: $235.00 Nathan Richard Burns, Sioux Falls, SD, stayed 5 days for 1 yr., pay as ordered, have no Msd/grtr viol, l yr. Speeding/No insur- ance: $340.00 Michelle Lynn Kosel, Storden, MN, stayed 10 days for 1 yr., pay as ordered, no msd/grtr offenses 1 yr. Appliance & .junk on yard: $100.00 - Anong Chanthaviseth, Mt. Lake, MN DWI over .10:$570.00 - Lori Jo Johnson, Windom, MN, stayed 90 days for 1 yr. pay as ordered; no msd/grtr offnses 1 yr; complte CD assmt & fllw recmmndtns; attnd MADD impact panel & pay fee. Illegal exhaust: $110.00 Daniel Louis Axford, Windom, MN No MN DL: $170.00 - Sylaphet Saengkeo, Worthington, MN Theft: $370.00 - Darlene Ann Christenson, Mt. Lake, MN, $100.00 stayed, jale/prison stayed 30 days for 1 yr.,supervised probation for 1 day, pay as ordered, no msd for 1 year, appeal must be perfected within 10 days. No seatbelt: $95.00 Bernice Lucille Dick, Mt. Lake, MN Failure to yield right of W: $120.00 - Melvin Awalt Schmalz, Westbrook, MN 0000000000000000000000 Trooper Kathy; Do schools have the authori- ty to send kids out in the road to stop traffic? I am seeing them in the mid- dle of the street with their flags and unsure about what they are doing. I think it is scary for everyone! School Patrol began in 1930, a whole different world. Today, many of our streets near schools are busy highways, or terribly con- gested areas with buses and parents picking up other students. That didn't exist years ago. The program has always had its main focus on the safety of the students. and this program offers the student a chance at learning responsibility and teamwork at an early age. Yes, School Patrol has the authority to stop traffic if they follow the rules and procedures correctly. Their flags are legal stop signs. They should not be in the middle of the road, but just one step off the curb or slightly farther if a parked car is blocking them. The objective of school patrol is to encourage crossing at crosswalks or specified cor- ners so as not to have chil- dren crossing in the middle of the street, but at set inter- sections. I would also like to remind the readers that. if people are waiting at a cor- ner or crosswalk, the drivers do have to stop and allow pedestrians to cross, with or without patrollers. This usu- ally does not happen. If drivers would follow the rules, the job of patrolling would not be so dangerous. Wow. a lot gets back to basic driving rules. The kids in these pro- grams generally love the responsibility, not to men- tion the special perks that may come with it. A pizza party and/or trip to ValleyFair are worth getting up early during the cold win- ter months. Sometimes they are picked to attend Legionville (a camp spon- sored by the American Legion) located near Brainerd. If you have any ques- tions regarding traffic safety or traffic law, please write to Sgt. Kathy 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. Births Weinzetl achieves O, Sentinel Tribune. Tip Line " Connor one million If you see news happemng or have a accident story idea call our News Tip Line. James free miles 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859- Sullivan Werner Enterprises' James and Kristen team driver Keith Weinzetl, Due to staff limitations we may not a!ways be able to respond to your tips or ideas. However * 000000000000000000000 Sullivan of Hartford, SD are the parents of a son, Connor James, born on we will do our best to give every call full January 5, 2004, and regard., rill i::': :Q: : weighed 8 lbs, He is wel- ..... corned by brother, James. Find us on the Web at www.lyon-siouxpress.com Grandparents are Allen and Nancy Jensen of Heron Lake, and James and Marion Sullivan of Sioux Falls, SD. Great grand- mother is Evelyn Jensen of Westbrook. Official Weather Station-2004 Air Historic Pre. cip Croton. Precip Date Temp (F) Air Temp Daily for 2004 ('m.) Max Min A.Yax Min in. Current Historic 1-27 16 -14 22 1 0.11 0.27 0.53 1-28 0 -14 23 2 0.00 0.27 0.55 1-29 -12 -16 23 3 0.05 0.32 0.57 1-30 -12 -20 24 2 0.01 0.33 0.62 1-31 -5 -20 25 3 0.00 0.33 0.63 2-1 10 -5 25 3 0.18 0.51 0.65 2-2 18 9 22 2 0.16 0.67 0.67 SW Research and Outreach Center University of Minnesota Lamberton, MN 56152 Daily Soil Temp (P') Cure. HDD Snow Daily Average (since 10/1) in. 2" 4" 8" Current Historic 3.00 25 26 26 4127 4362 0.00 26 27 27 4199 4415 2.00 26 27 27 4278 4467 100 26 27 27 4359 4519 0.00 26 27 27 4437 4570 4.00 26 27 27 4499 4621 4.00 27 28 28 4551 4675 Readings are recorded at gain for the previous 24-hour period Historic Records are for l..ambeJ.ttm, MN 1961-2003 Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & readers A drop box for varuous news ntems us located at the... Mercantile 507-859-2600 next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. Hours: Monday- Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 'OUr convenience we have added a toll- free number at our Westbrook Office 1.800-410-1859 It ou have questions / orYwouid Iike t place an ad or order printing please call the above number. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dovray, recently achieved one million accident-free miles driving for the compa- ny. Weinzetl has been with the company ,for' more .than 10 years. He offered the following advice to his fellow drivers: "Always think the other driver is not aware of you." Weinzetl says he owes his million miles accident free to his family because it takes a special family to support a "trucker's life." He and his wife, Judie, who teamed with him for 10 years, have three sons. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 PETE'S ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR New Location 231 S. 4th St., Tracy, MN 629-9037 1-866-629-PETE 1-866-629-7383 E  llqi& NVA PIX llel Drill Bit Sharpening hv'lable Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT KlflLsse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 50%274-6166 ii Marian Hart Funeral services were held for Marian Hart January 29, 2004 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Storden, MN. Pastor Alan Buresh officiated. Organist was Gladys Herding aru:l vocalist was Elizabeth Johnson. Casket bearers were Curt Olson, Melvin Forseth, Lyle Swenson, Cory Swenson, Paul Steen, Dale O. Nelson. Honorary bearers were great-nephews Michael Barron, DaVid Barron, Matt Robertson. Marian (Thynes) Hart was the daugh- ter of the late Hans and GuineliaGunillie She was born on April 4, 1909 at Storden, MN. tized and later confirmed in the Lutheran Westbrook Lutheran Church in rural Westbrook, On September 29, 1934, she was united in Merrill J. "Bud" Hart. They lived on a farm at four years; then moving back to the Storden areal lived on the farm known as the John Sa time, she worked for Bakke's grocery store, Hatchery. Marian and Merrill then bought Storden and lived there until the death of February 10, 1978 at which time she moved made her home there until becoming a Westbrook Good Samaritan Center in 2002. She remained there until she went home to Lord on Sunday evening, January 25, 2004 Being of a quiet nature, she loved her home As long as she was able, her hobbies were gardening, canning, and baking. She was a faithful and Iongtime member of Lutheran Church in Storden where she was ALCW; a janitorette of the church for ten as a Sunday school teacher for several served as co-chairman of the quilting circle Survivors include several nieces; nephews; and nephews; and great-great-nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents; two brothers, Harold and Engel Thynes of ters, Jessie Peterson of Northwood, ND and Jeffers, MN, niece, Greta Butler; and ne Barron. Florence E. Main Funeral services were held for Florence E. 31, 2004 at the American Lutheran Reverend Paul Kratzke officiated. Interment Westbrook Cemetery, Westbrook, MN Saturday Florence died Saturday, January 24, 2004 Lakeview Home, Gaylord, MN. Florence Esther Main was born December rural Kankakee, IL. She was the daughter of (Eide) Fowler. Florence graduated from School in 1931. She continued her education Business College, receiving an office degree Florence was united in marriage with Brookings, SD. After marriage, the Lamberton, MN, where they owned and ope Florence and Fred moved to where they were both employed with defense -She continued to work in California, at moving back to Westbrook in 1955. While was employed as a dental assistant and alsO years at the Lichty Drug Store. She moved 1993 and has been a resident at the Home for the past three years. Florence was a member of the American in Gaylord and a former member of in Westbrook. She was a life member of the VFW in Westbrook. As a young person, Florence en bingo, Bible study and visiting with a Survivors include her son David (I grandchildren - Paula Nelson and Platteville, Philip Nelson and Barbara Manon Main and Todd Miller, Hayfield, Zimmermann, Mankato, Pam Main, Main and Jon Hamlow, Minneapolis; Andrea Main, Ryan Main and Kyle and Claire Nelson, Green Bay, Lexi Zimmermann, Mankato, Melissa Mueller, er Donald (Garnet) Fowler, Westbrook, MN; nephews and friends. Preceding her in death were her parents - Fowler; husband, Fred in 1956; sister brothers Russell and Clarence Fowler. NOTICE TO Dear subscriber; please check tl0 date on your address label of your In order to avoid a lapse in subscription, please remit your two weeks prior to the expiration 3,O00 REASONS TO VISIT STATE FARM BEFORE APRIL ISTH. WE LIVE WHERE YOU Like invesung S3.X',0 in a I'll be happx to explain the benefits and funding options. Roger Haar 432 1st Avenue Westbrook. MN 507-274-6164 LIKEAGOOD NEIGHBOR I,Wt ] STATE Providing Insurance and Financial Services Consuh )'our tax or legal adwr for specific ad'lce