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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON RE00COP4D Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Page 2 I:IEATH NOTICE Anna Mae Mickelson funeral Anna Mae Mickelson age 83 of Tracy died Monday, May 19, 2014 at Sanford Tracy Medical Center after a brief illness. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 23 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Tracy. Visitation is 5:00-7:00 p.m. Thursday at the Tracy Area Funeral Home with a Rosary at 5:00 p.m. Visitation will continue one hour prior to services at the church on Friday. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. 1 00)BITUARIES Floyd C. Nordsiden Memorial services for Floyd C. Nordsiden were held May 15, 2015 at Trinity Lutheran Church,Westbrook, MN. Private family burial was in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfuner- alservice.com. Floyd, 89, Westbrook died Monday, May 12, 2014. Floyd Chester Nordsiden was born October 21, 1924 in Cottonwood County, Minnesota to Henry and Ora (Wilson) Nordsiden. He grew up on the family farm in Ann Township near Walnut Grove. Floyd was baptized and confirmed at St. Olaf Lutheran Church near Walnut Grove. He attended country school District 43. After school, Floyd worked on the family farm. On October 21, 1946 Floyd married Luella Check. He fanned in the local area and served as janitor at Westbrook Public School. Floyd was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church of Westbrook. He enjoyed gardening. Survivors include his wife Luella, Westbrook; sons: Allen of Sioux City, IA, Kenneth (Carol) of St. Cloud, Steven (Karen) of Le Sueur, and Larry (Kim) of Winner, SD; 15 grandchildren and great grandchildren; sister Eunice (Arvid) Anderson of Lamberton; and brother-in- law Donald Check of Minnetonka. Allan Jay Tote Funeral services for Allan Jay Tate were held May 19, 2014 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove, MN. Burial was in Walnut Grove Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice. com. Allan, 77, Walnut Grove, MN died Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at Avera Marshall Regional Medical Center. Allan was born April 28, 1937 in Walnut Grove, MN to John and Mary (Anderson) Tote. He was baptized and confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church. Allan attended Walnut Grove High School. On February 15, 1960 he married Helen Cole in Coolville, OH. Allan owned and operated Tote Trucking for many years and logged many, many miles. He sold the business in 1992. He went on to drive truck for various companies. Allan loved living in Walnut Grove; whenever he was away, he was anxious to return home. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church where he served on the church council. Allan enjoyed fishing, gardening, and most of all, spending time with his grandchildren. Survivors include his wife Helen; daughters June (Scott) Hoffrnan and Lisa (David) Hoffman, all of Walnut Grove; grandchildren: Jennifer (Michael) VanOverbeke, Kristie Hoffman, Abby Hoffman, and Josh Hoffman; brother Kenny (.Audrey) Tote of Mankato; and several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were his parents, son Mark, and brother Lyle. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Mrs. Connie Haberman is retiring at the end of the school year. She has taught in the Fulda School District for the past 40 years - 39 years as the second grade teacher. She is anticipating that retirement will be a time of relaxing and enjoying, discovering and learning, and spend- ing lots of special moments with family and friends. Lamberton News - Burglar or burglars broke into the main- tenance building at Lamberton Cemetery sometime recently with multiple tools and lawn care items found missing including two Stihl weed whips. Total loss was estimated at $1,000 by James Eykyn of the cemetery board and caretak- ers. Murray County News - The rural carriers for the Slayton Post Office collected 330 pounds of food on Saturday, May 10. Those collecting included Scott Sagmoe, Jeff Cheskie, Derek Radke, Nancy Fischer and Jermi Curtis. Tracy Headlight Herald - The City of Tracy hopes to annex two-acres of vacant land along west Hwy 14 for a proposed retail development. Acting Monday, the council accepted a planning commission recommendation, to move forward with steps to annex land. The annexation would be contin- gent upon the sale of the land to an unnamed commercial developer and the approval of building permits. Red Rock Conference Meet By Steve LeBoutillier, coach On a cold May night, May 15, the WWG-RRC track team participated in the Red Rock Conference Meet at Slayton. The Charger boys finished in 5th place while the girls finished in 8th. Melanie Kedl was conference champion in the high jump, Levi Bunting was conference champion in the high hurdles and Derek Christians was conference champion in the pole vault. Those three and two others, Tyson Berg and Jared Reis gained All Red Rock Conference honors for their accomplishments in the meet. Berg and Reis were a part of the second place 4 x 400 relay team. Next up for the Chargers is the sub-section meet in Windom next Thursday, May 22. Girls: 1 - Melanie Kedl, High Jump, 4ft. 8in. 4 - Melanie Kedl, 400m Dash, 1:04.56 5 - Alexa Byers, 100m Hurdles, 19.31; Rachel Kedl, High Jump, 4ft. 6in. 6 - Stephanie Amsden, Pole Vault, 6tt.; Alexa Byers, Mady Johnson, Juliana Pederson, Rachel Kedl, 4 x 100 Relay, 58.76; Mady Johnson, Juliana Pederson, Rachel Kedl, Stephanie Amsden, 4 x 200 Relay, 2:05.91 7 MaKenzie Deprez, Vanessa Kedl, Rachel Kedl, Kallie Mattison, 4 x 400 Relay, 4:58.96; Juliana Pederson, Mady Johnson, MaKenzie Deprez, Safron Milne, 4 x 800 Relay, 12:19.26 Girls Team Pts.: 155 Mt. Lake, 141 Edgerton/SWC, 103 MCC, 83 Fulda, 66 Adrian, 61 HBC, 50 SWU, 39 WWG-RRC Boys: 1 Levi Bunting, 110 Hurdles, 16.36; Derek Christians, Pole Vault, 11 ft. 2 Levi Bunting, 200m Dash, 24.29; Jared Ries, Tyson Berg, Derek Christians, Levi Bunting, 4 x 400 Relay, 3:48.48 4 - Koua Vang, Pole Vault, 9ft. 6in. 5 - Derek Christians, 300 Hurdles, 48.44; Tanner Pederson, Kennedy Her, Nick Berg, Jared Ries, 4 x 100 Relay, 51.87; Derek Christians, Tyson Berg, Nick Berg, Jared Ries, 4 x 200 Relay, 1:43.79; Cole Olson, Caleb Nielsen, Andrew Benson, Matthew Benson, 4 x 800 Relay, 11:08.17 6 - Matthew Kleven, 3200m Run, 11:33.20 7 - Logan Weis, Shot Put, 35ft. 6in. 8 - Tanner Pederson, 200m Dash, 26.78; Kennedy Her, 800m Run, 2:29.24 Boys Team Pts.: 176.5 Mt. Lake, 152.5 MCC, 98 Fulda, 76.5 HBC, 64 WWG- RRC, 57.5 Edgerton/SWC, 52 Adrian, 14 Ellsworth, 7 SWU WWG RRC Charger Logan Weis throws the Shot in the conference, meet last week at Slayton. 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