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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 9, 2011 Page 2 OBITUARIES John Conrad Steen John Conrad Steen, 72, of Minneapolis, formerly of Walnut Grove, died Sunday, March 6, 2011 at Benedictine Hills Center in Minneapolis. Funeral services will be held in the spring. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice. com. DeroM Lee Parker Funeral services were held for Derold Lee Parker Saturday, March 5, 201 1 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Storden, MN. Pastor Ann Ward officiated. Interment will be at Bethany Lutheran Cemetery, Storden, MN at a later date. Derold was diagnosed in 2010 with stomach cancer and died February 28, 2011 atthe Westbrook Good Samaritan Society at the age of 70. Derold Lee Parker:was born on May 14, 1940 in Amo Township to Carol and Alice (Solomonson) Parker. He was bap- tized on July 19, 1940 at the Amo Lutheran Church in rural Storden, MN. He attended the Storden Public School. On June 17, 1960, Derold was united in marriage to Darlene Mae Schrupp in Lamberton, MN. Derold worked for Scheppmann for over 20 years, where he buried underground cable around the Midwest. He then went to work for Johnson's Storden Transit -Tiesler Trucking for over 30 years as an over the road truck driver. ' Derold was a member of the Bethany Lutheran Church in Storden. Through his years he enjoyed classic cars, riding horses, hunting, fishing, camping, gardening, doing yard work, and visit- ing with truckers, friends, and relatives. He loved spending time with his grandchildren. Survivors include children: Derold R. Parker, Scottsboro, AL; Lois (Kelly) Grams, Storden; LaVonne (Mike) Redding, Barnesville MN; Brian (Jennifer) Parker, Mankato; twelve grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two brothers, twin Gerold (Belle) Parker, Storden and Jack (Linda) Parker, Brooklyn Park; two sisters, Janet (Doug) Johnson, Storden and Kathy (Charles) Domier, Sleepy Eye; two sisters-in-law, JoAnn Schultz, Balaton and Marian Yoder, Defiance, OH; two brothers-in-law, Earl Schrupp, Brooklyn Center and Rolland (Eleanor) Schrupp, Burnsville; and many nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were his parents; wife, Darlene, December 26, 2008; brothers, Jim Parker and infant David Parker. Meetings set to discuss LHunting and Fish!ng cense proposals The public is invited to an asts are encouraged to attend informational meeting and this event. question and answer session More information on the with the Minnesota Hunting and Fishing Department of Natural Initiative, including proposed Resources (DNR) regarding license changes, can be found the newly proposed "Hunting "on the DNR's website http:// and Fishing Heritage Initiative". tage/index.html The initiative's goal is to There will be numerous raise revenue to keep the meetings across Minnesota. DNR Fish and Game Account Below are several in your solvent. To accomplish this, area, all starting at 7 p.m. and the DNR has proposed ending at 8:30 pm. adjustments to hunting and Monday, March 14, 2011 fishing license fees as well as Wmdom DNR Building offering changes to the num- 175 County Road 26, ber and types of licenses Windom available to customers. Thursday, March 17, DNR Fisheries, Wildlife, 2011 and Enforcement staffwill be Martin County (Fairmont) in attendance to present .Public Library information to area hunters, 110 N Park St, Fairmont anglers and conservationists Tuesday, March 22, 2011 in regard to the proposed Elks Club license changes and will 1105 2nd Avenue, answer questions presented Worthington to them by attendees follow- For more information on ing those presentations, the meetings contact Randy Among the topics to be Markl (ext 226), Area addressed include the need Wildlife Supervisor or Ryan for fee changes and how Doorenbos (ext 232), Area license fee money is used. Fisheries Supervisor at 507- Area hunters, trappers, 831-2900 anglers and wildlife enthusi- Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 & area subscribers & readers MISCELLANEOUS Mason Thomas Sack Shannon and Kelly Sack of Sioux Falls, SD announce the birth of their son, Mason Thomas born Wednesday, February 23, 2011. Mason weighed 8 lbs. 7 oz. and was 20-1/4" long. FURNITURE HELP WANTED- SALE Grandparents are Marlene and Keith Aden of Salem, SD and Kathy and Lloyd Schweim of Westhrook. Great grandpar- ents are Mary Ann Huls of Salem, SD and Reuben Aden of Milbank, SD. Consicler conifer trees for shelterbelts By Gary Wyatt U of MN Ext. Conifers are planted as shelterbelts, windbreaks, liv- ing snow fences and winter wildlife thermal cover on farms and in other rural areas. They bear cones and are sometimes called ever- greens. The U.S. Postal Service issued four "Holiday Evergreens" stamps for the 2010 holidays. Many people have asked University of Minnesota Extension if the trees shown on those stamps can all be grown m Minnesota. The answer is yes. Let's review some impor- tant characteristics for each of the conifers featured on the stamps: Eastern Red Cedar is native to the southern half of Minnesota, hardy to zone 3b. Trees are small to medium in height, 25 to 50 feet tall with trunk up to 24 inches in diameter. Foliage can be prickly or sharp, scale-like shaped needles. Red cedars thrive in poor soils. They provide erosion control, cover for wildlife and are used for windbreaks. They can aggressively move into pastures, edges and grass plantings, but can be con- trolled by cutting the stump close to the ground. Berry- like cones are consumed by birds and wildlife which dis- perse the seeds. Aromatic, rose-colored wood is strong and used for cabinets and chests. Blue Spruce was intro- duced from the central and southern Rocky Mountains, and is hardy to zone 3a. Trees are medium to large, 30 to 60 feet tall with a trunk up to 36 inches in diameter. Needles are 1/4 to 1 1/2 inch- es long with sharp tips. Color can vary by tree from green, Sell, or ent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or bluish-green or silver-blue. Cones are 2 to 4 inches long. Blue spruce is shade-toler- ant, slow-growing and long- lived. Mature trees can be disfigured or killed by cytos- pora canker or rhizosphaera needlecast disease. A recom- mended spruce which is tol- erant of these diseases is the white spruce (Black Hills spruce). Black Hills spruce is used in ornamental and shel- terbelt plantings. Ponderosa Pine is an intro- duced species from western North America, hardy to zone 3b. Trees are large, 40 to 70 feet tall (or taller) with a trunk up to 48 inches in diameter. Needles are 5 to 8 inches long, 2 or 3 per bun- dle, stiff and dark green. Cones are 3 to 6 inches long. These trees are moderately fast-growing and long-lived; however, they do not tolerate shade. Balsam Fir is native to northeastern and southeast- ern Minnesota, hardy to zone 3a. Trees are medium, 40 to 75 feet tall and trunk 18 inches in diameter. Needles are linear-shaped, 1/2 to 1 inch long and shiny green. Cones are 2 to 4 inches long, erect, and purple to purplish- brown. Trees are shade-toler- ant, slow-growing, and pop- ular for Christmas trees and decorative crafts. They do not perform well in the hot, windy and dry locations in Minnesota. Trees can be purchased from nurseries or County Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD) that sell trees for spring planting. When identifying trees to plant in your landscape, refer to Extension's "My Minnesota Woods" website go/1057 for helpful tree selection information. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT February 25-March 3, 2011 Speeding - $120.00 Magen Lee Richeal, Dell Rapids, SD; Amente Admasu Berhanu, Heron Lake, MN $130.00 - Renato Alexandre De Souza, Eden Prairie, MN Owner who is not driver must later prod. proof of insurance: $380.00- Jessica Lynn Booze, Windom, MN Seat belt: $105.00 - Robert Dearld Herman, Wilder, MN; Phengsy Thui Kingsawan, Worthington, MN Driving after revocation: $280.00 - Anadina Lugo, Mt. Lake, MN $480.00 - Stacia Kay Kruse, Windom, MN (2 counts) Under 21 consumption: $180.00 - Natasha Linn Coonradt, Windom, MN Snow emergency: $34.00 - Forrest Glenn Fosheim, Windom, MN; Hillary Beth Mathis (2 counts), Windom, MN; Angela Ann Weber, Windom, MN; Quentin John Paul Anderson, Windom, MN; Sandra Jean Nelson, Windom, MN (2 counts); Nura Abdi Seed, Windom, MN; Lori Lee Thiessen, Windom, MN; Clinton Roy Glidden, Windom, MN; Michael James Mutz, Windom, MN DWI: $605.00 - David Bernard Suess, Springfield, MN, 30 days stayed for 1 yr., 1 yr. sup.prob., no misd. viol. for 1 yr., foil rec. of eval., comp. chem. assmnt, attend MADD Imp. Pan. careless driving: $480.00 Michael Barber, Westbrook, MN, 10 days stayed for 1 yr., 1 yr. sup. prob., no misd. viol. Failure to stop: $130.00 - Colleen Kay Carter, Windom, MN Transport not autho- rized in permit: $280.00- Darwin Alan Theissen, Darfur, MN Theft: $280.00 - Stephanie Rachel Petty, Windom, MN, write letter of apology, no misd. or > viol. for 1 yr., 1 yr. sup. prob. Failure to yield: $130.00 Travis David Schumann, Round Lake, MN Driving w/o valid license: $180.00 - Aaron Ross Harms, Wilhnar, MN Sentinel Tribune available at: Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Store Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Annamaria Takacova is an exchange student who is living with host family Bryan and Linda Lund. Takacova is from the country of Slovakia, her hometown is Senec. The Slovakian countryside is full of castles, restored palaces and ruins. Lamberton News - MN State University Moorhead held their annual DragonFrost celebration recently. Abby Furth, a 2009 graduate of Red Rock Central High School and the daughter of Pete and Sharon Furth was crowned Princess. Murray County News - Following a closed session at the end of its regular council meeting, the council recently approved the terms of the labor contracts with city work- ers and the law enforcement personnel. Part of the change is a zero percent increase in cost of living wages, increase of employees' VEBA accounts to 75 percent of the health insurance deductible. Tracy Headlight Herald - There were no injuries in a sideswipe accident involving a Tracy Public School bus and semi-trailer last Tuesday on Hwy. 30 near Currie. The road conditions at the time of the accident were described as "icy." There was an eight-year-old girl on the bus. Windom Citizen - School board takes steps toward new roof. The Windom school board favors a new roof versus installing an acrylic coating over the current one, which is only a 10 year solution. 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