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SENTINEL TRIBUNE N Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Ardith (Ardy) Pederson Funeral services were held for Ardith (Ardy) Pederson Saturday, May 11, 2013 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Storden, MN. Interment was held at Bethany Lutheran Church, Storden, MN Ardith "Ardy" Leatrice Pederson was born on October 20, 1931, near Storden, MN to Peter Johan and Agnes L. (Thompson) Jensen. She was baptized November 26, 1931 and con- firmed June 20, 1945 at the Amo Lutheran Parsonage, rural Storden. She received her education in the Storden Public Schools; graduating in 1949. January 23, 1950, Ardy was united in marriage to Peder George Pederson at Bethany Lutheran Parsonage. Ardy was a homemaker who worked at a caf6 in Benson and the Storden Eat Shop. She worked as the custodian for the Bethany Lutheran Church, Storden. Ardy enjoyed spending time with her family, grandchildren, friends, cooking, baking, traveling to Norway twice and to various cities in the United States, her flower gardens and collecting numerous items (china cups, bells, spoons, dolls and miniature farm equipment). Ardy's health had been declining and she became a resident of the Sunset Hospice Cottage in Worthington, MN where she died Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at the age of 81 years. Ardy was a member of the Bethany Lutheran Church, Storden where she was active in WELCA, Sunday school and Vacation Bible School teacher, advisor for the Luther League, active in ladies aid, circle and Bible studies. She was active in her com- munity with the American Cancer Society-Cottonwood County Chapter where she served as treasurer and a member of the Sons of Norway and Vestlands Laget. Survivors include her husband, Peder Pederson, Storden; chil- dren, Peggy (Bob) Haken, Windom; Rhonda Klein, Monticello; Michael (Kate) Pederson, Brooklyn Park; Jeffrey (Morgen) Pederson, Storden; 8 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; sis- ters, Arlene (Howard) Johnson of New Brighton; Dorothy Johnson of Walnut Grove; and many nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents; and brothers, Howard, Dwight and Myron "Mike" Jensen. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT May 6-9, 2013 Failure to yield: $130.00 Speeding: $115.00 - Verlan Gale Ray, Windom, Courtney Kay Behrends, MN Windom, MN $120.00 - Driving after revocation: Cody Lee Mischke, Windom, $280.00 Alycia Paige MN $140.00 - Lee Matthew Hacker, Mt. Lake, MN Fast, Mt. Lake, MN Proof of insurance: Uninsured vehicle - $200.00 - Alycia Paige $280.00 - Amber Marie Hacker, Mt. Lake, MN Miranda Perez, St. James, Fishing-Extra line: MN $130.00 - Wesley Alan Driving w/o valid license: Menter, Westbrook, MN $180.00 - Mario Amadeo Offensive conduct ordi- Gutierrez, Jeffers, MN nance-Solicitation w/o Disorderly conduct: license: $135.00 - Nicholas $380.00 - Angel Masrie Sean Athnos, Baxter, MN Francis Bundy, Windom, CFR-No medical card: MN, 30 days stayed for 1 yr., $180.00 Jesse Lee can do community serv. in Ferguson, Windom, MN lieu of fine, unsup, prob., 6 months University on the Prairie offered for students entering grades 7th - 12th Three-day program will explore science-relat- ed careers close to home Learning is fun at the University on the Prairie Program! Again this sum- mer, students in our region can have an adventure in science and career explora- tion that is closer to home than may be realized. The Southwest Research and Outreach Center (SWROC) alnng with Southern Minnesota Area Health Education Center (AHEC) is offering this popular pro- gram for the seventh year. University of Minnesota faculty from the Twin Cities campus and local profes- sionals will join teachers from our region and SWROC scientists to guide students through hands-on exploration of science in four career areas important to the life and future of southwestern Minnesota: health science, food sci- ence, environmental science and chemistry. The program is unique in the state and offers students an opportu- nity to open doors to many career paths and will per- haps result in a future soil scientist, pharmacist, food safety inspector, or chemist. The program features three full days of fun and hands-on activities at the SWROC laboratories, class- rooms and outdoors. The program is from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. on Monday, August 5 - Wednesday, August 7, 2013. At a cele- bratory picnic Wednesday evening, the students will share their enthusiasm with family and friends. The Minnesota Science Museum will continue the learning with a program for all attending the picnic. Registration is open for all students entering 7th- 12th grade. Total cost is $50 per student, including lunch, snacks, T-shirt, bag, water bottle, and the final picnic. Efforts will be made to arrange travel. For more information and to apply, students/parents are encour- aged to contact the SWROC at 752-7372 or download the application on our web- site at http://swroc.cfans. umn.edu. 77160 79162 Considerable Isolated thun- cloudiness, derstorms. Highs in the Highs in the upper 70s upper 70s and lows in and lows in the low 60s. the low 60s. 79/63 Isolated thun- derstorms. Potential for severe thun- derstorms. 72/56 A few thun- derstorms possible. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the mid 50s. 63/48 Few showers. Highs in the low 60s and lows in the upper 40s. page ten 1) True 2) a 3) False 4) rocky 5) asteroid i & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For your convenience there is a toll-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. Last Friday evening the Westbrook Kiwanis hosted the annual WWG Athletic Awards Banquet serving a free pork burger supper to the participants. WWG Athletic Award Winners 2013 Charger Scholarships: Darian Gilb, Reed Bakken Marines Distinguished Service Award: Kelsi Wahl, Aaron Hass Army Scholar/Athlete Award: Halley Osland, Andrew Merrick Athletes of the Year: Paige Erickson, Taylor Lindaman & Dana Madson Above from left back row: Taylor Lindaman, Dana Madson, Aaron Hass, and Reed Bakken. Front: Andrew Merrick, Hailey Osland, Paige Erickson, Darian Gilb, and Kelsi Wahl. 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Tracy Equip., Inc., with two loca- tions in Tracy and Slayton completed a sale of their business assets to C & B Operations, LLC headquarted in Gettysburg, SD. C & B Operations, LLC owns and operates 24 John Deere dealerships in SD MN, MT, WY, and ID. Tracy Headlight Herald - The Tracy EDA will recover little or none of a delinquent $18,600 Tracy Bakery loan, EDA members were told recently. The proceeds from the auction will be paid to the first-position loans from Minnwest Bank South and Lincoln-Lyon Electric's "REED" program. The EDA did not obtain individual personal loan guarantees from the investors. Windom Citizen - Windom Area Schools will begin the search for a new grades 6-12 principal after Lance Northey submitted his resignation Monday. Northey has accepted the opportunity to be the superintendent at the Fisher (MN) School District. 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