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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, April 28, 2004 COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISTRICT COURT April, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 - Arnold Jasper Boumann, Marshall, MN; Bryan Brignar, Worthington, MN; Charles Eugene Sohler, Laurel, NE; Richard William Gustafson, New Ulm, MN; Jessica Ann Garrison, Windom, MN, DL suspended on 4/19/04; Joseph David Moore, Memphis, TN, DL suspended on 4/19/04; Peter Alan Brustman, St. Paul, MN; Scott Louis Hanson, Maple Grove, MN; David Wayne Muller, Windom, MN; Penny Ann Ritz, Sioux City, IA; Walter George Wendling, Duluth, MN; Bounleuam Thammavongkeo, Sioux Falls, SD $120.00 - Lance Curry Bench, Robbinsdale, MN; Ryan Dean White, LeMars, IA ; Jennifer Lindgren, Grand Island, NE; Jennifer Reynolds, Redwood Falls, MN; Dale Gene Blattert, Prior Lake, MN; Stephen William Naeke, Remsen, IA; Richard Edmund Qunell, Burbank, CA; Roger Jay Bourne, Sioux Falls, SD; Kurtis Francs Lammers, Yankton, SD $130.00 - William Earl Blundell, Worthington. MN; Savannaha Jane Hummel, Storden, MN; Jordan 'nn Struck, Windom, MN; William Winifred Cochran- Bray, Spirit Lake, IA $140.00 - Patrick Joseph McDermott, Chicago, IL, DL suspended 4/19/04; Troy Joseph Kerin, Edina, MN DAS: $170.00 - Jean Paul Henry Varnavas, Windom, MN, DL suspended on 4/19/04 Snow Parking: $28.00 - Jessica Hatton, Westbrook. MN, DL suspended on 4/19/04 Minor Consumption: $170.00 - Roy Robert Johnson, Windom, MN Not Display Current Reg.: $90.00 - Andrew Dean Jurrens, Windom, MN, DL suspended 4/19/04 Unsafe Passing on Left: $110.00 - Serenity Dawn Cat[in, Lester Prairie, MN DL suspended 4/19/04 Theft: $370.00, stayed $100.00 Austin Dale Pankratz, Mt. Lake, MN, unsupervised probation 1 yr., no msd. viol. 1 yr., may do 40 hrs. sts. in lieu of fine Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-61361-800-410-1859 H :FOR STRUCTURED I ANNUITIES and (800) 794- J.G. Wentworth means for OBIT ARIES Keith L. Villa Funeral services were held on Monday, April 26, 2004 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Westbrook, MN. Interment was in the Westbrook Cemetery. Keith L. Villa was born May 7, 1932 in Slayton, MN to Kermit and Elsie (Grein) Villa. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran Faith. He attended Westbrook High School, graduating in 1950. Keith was united in marriage to LaVonne Andersen on September 12, 1953 at St. Paul's Evangelical Church in Welcome, MN. He worked in the dairy industry, working for Oak Grove until his retirement in 1997. Keith was involved in numerous community activities. He was an original member of the Ambulance Service Association, served on the Westbrook Fire Department for 30 years, and was very active in church, serving on Church Council and teaching Sunday School. He also served on the Hospital Board, DAC board and was very active with Special Olympics. Keith enjoyed practical jokes and storytelling, woodworking, and spending time with family and friends. He is survived by his wife LaVonne of Westbrook; children Patti (Pat) Campbell of Sioux Falls, Lori Grote of Okabena, Kevin of Cloquet, Kurt (Nancy Kelly) of Westbrook and Kent of Westbrook; nine grandchildren; one brother Errol (Perci) of Mankato; one sister Evonne (Luverne) Vosberg of Granite Falls; as well as many other relatives and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents. Curtis M. Erickson Funeral services were held for Curtis M. Erickson on Saturday, April 24, 2004, at Valley West Funeral Chapel in Goodyear, AZ. Curtis M. Erickson was born October 12, 1930 in Westbrook, MN. Curtis passed from this earth April 21, 2004. Curtis was an avid sportsman throughout his life, enjoying the outdoors with family and friends. He came to AZ on a train from MN. On his way, he took off his long johns in TX and threw them in the trash. He arrived at the train depot in Buckeye, AZ. He started his career at Arlington Cattle Co. He retired from Northside Hay Mill. Curtis loved the outdoors and taught his children to value the good times cooking steaks over the camp fire and telling stories about how he got the only deer in camp. He never had a bad word to say about anyone. We will forever miss your smile and witty personality. We all love you - Husband - Dad - Grandpa, Great grandpa and friend. Curtis is survived by his wife, Saundra (Saunie); two sons, Lee Erickson and Bruce Erickson; daughters Jody Clifton and Lou Ann Korn; step daughters, Cindy Bean and Donna Arwine; 13 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren; 2 brothers, Howard Erickson and Kenneth Erickson, Westbrook, MN. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal two weeks prior to the expiration date. Official Weather Station -2004 Air IFtm. Tp (F) Ait T,lp I I ii i Max Min Max Min 3-30 45 29 47 27 3-31 43 23 49 29 4-1 53 24 5O 28 4-2 57 24 49 29 4-3 62 27 50 28 4-4 56 21 46 26 4-5 59 25 48 28 Cutm. P,,o y /or 2ou ) t in. Current Historic 0,00 1.96 2,60 0.00 1,96 2.66 0.00 1.96 2.71 0,00 1.96 2.82 0.00 1.96 2.88 0.00 1.96 2.96 0.00 1,96 3.03 SW Research and Outreach Center Universi D' of Minnesota Lamberton, MN 56152 Daily Soil Temp 09 Cu. ttDD Snow Daily Av,%,e (since I0/1) in. 2" 4" 8" Current Historic 0.00 47 43 44 6710 6938 0.00 45 41 42 6738 6964 0.00 50 44 44 6771 6989 0.00 51 45 45 6797 7016 0,00 53 46 47 6822 7043 0.00 51 47 48 6842 7070 0.00 53 47 48 6869 7098 BETTER INFORMED VOTERS Reading= are recorded at 8am for the previous 24-hour period ltistoric Recorcb =re for Lamberton, MN 1961-2003 Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Mercantile 507-859-26OO next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. Hours: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. rOUt convenience we have added a toll- tree number at our Westbrook Office 1.800-41 0-1859 it you have questions or would like to place n ad or order P please call the above number. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Subscriptions and advertising can also be ordered by phone using your Master Card or Visa News stand copies are available at Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Griffiths Grocery Store Uchty Drug, Marlow's Amoco Maynarcb Grocery, J & B Grocery PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Klasse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 507-274-6166 I Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 ASK A TROOPER By Sgt. Kathy Pederson MN State Patrol Trooper Kathy: Is it legal to hitchhike? Yes it is. I do not rec- ommend it. It is a very dan- gerous business. If you decide that hitchhiking is your mode of travel, please consider the following; "No person shall stand in a road- way for the purpose of solic- iting a ride from the driver of any private vehicle." The key word is roadway, you cannot stand in it, and so standing off the roadway would be permissible. This also applies to any person soliciting employment, busi- ness or contributions. You cannot be on a freeway/con- trolled access at all. whether on the road or not; this is posted on the access ramps, and also includes bicycles, ATV's and snowmobiles. Again, just because the law does not totally prohibit hitchhiking, I would call you crazy to do it. Even if you are stalled, don't rides, wait for help- winter, you should yourself pre winter survival blankets and Anybody from be driving on the Even if they look respectable, don't car with them. cell phones and call sooner or yet, have a cell you when you can call yourself. If you have tions regarding and or traffic law write Sgt. Kathy at MN State East College , Marshall. MN 56258 Pederson will not advice on specific or real events law enforcement. Sally Grams earns Scruples certifi Sally Grams attended a training session sponsored by Scruples products at its home office in Lakeville, MN. Scruples is the name of line of hair color and perm products. Grams is now cer- tified by Scruples to visit salons and to educate the cosmetologists in the use of Scruples line of products. Sixty-three salon owners and cosmetologists from across the U.S. completed the training. Grams said that it was fun to meetpeople from all over the U.S. She learned some great new techniques. The newest trend in hair styling is texture fusion and permanent waves. Fifteen years ago, perms and textur- izing accounted for 60 per- cent of a salon's business. Today that figure has dropped to 4 percent, so the trend is good news for cos- metologists. Hair coloring figures are just the opposite, because today 60 percent of a salon's business comes from hair coloring,, and fif- teen years ago it generated just 4 percent of the busi- ness. s ,7 i L p  L @ About a year became a Avenue Salon in with Joan Grams is or nails Friday. She plans Mondays for her area salons :'Scruples product Red Cross Blood WEDNESDAY, MAY 5 1 to 7 at the Westbrook Center Ruppert Ozl Co. Super Clean Hwy. 30, Currie,MNJ Phillips 66 1-877-763-3777 Toll I=r 507-760-1355 cell 1-507-763-3778 Convenience StOre Hours: 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR Bulk Delivery - Ethanol - Fuel oil Premium Bio Diesel 1 -'"/')uu, (blended to customers specs. 2% - Lubricants MOBIL- PHILLIPS - ExxON Others available Bulk- Barrels Wholesale - Retail Complete Line Bait & Tackle