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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Recc rd Wednesday, May 26,2004 page i if! if ii! i! [ili00 COURT NEWS COTrONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISTRICT COURT May 14-20, 2004 Speeding: $110.00- Cody Lyle Bergendahl, Windom, MN; Darcy Anne Boltjes, Windom, MN; Marilyn Jane Niessen, Princeton, MN; Janet Ruby Boldt, Windom, MN; Thang Cong Nguyen, Lincoln, NE; Arthur Patrick Eddy, Sibley, IA; Yohannes Russom Bairu, Brunsville, MN $120.00 - Lance Carroll Gruchow, No. Mankato, MN; Christina Irene Orr, Windom, MN $130.00 Travis Matthew Korver, Edgerton, MN; Daniel Bruce Jacobs, Roberts, WI; Shannon Gregory Keeney, Maple Grove, MN; Heidi Weida Hoganson, Faribault, MN; James Paul Felling, Hutchinson, MN; Thomas Jon Carpenter, Plymouth, MN; Nicholas Aaron Johnson, Hartford, SD, DL suspended 10122103, rein- state 5/20/04 $170.00 - Matt Joseph Ellefson, Sioux Falls, SD Seatbelt Violation: $95.00 - Patrick Michael Anderson, Tea, SD Iissue Dishonored Checks: $170.00, restitu- tion $204.00 - Hope Estelle Josephine Simich, Windon, MN Inattentive Driving: $170.00 - Justin Robert Pals, Fulda, MN, pay fine Fail to Yield, Accident: $170.00 - Margaret Lenora Redding, Windom, MN Open Bottle, Owner Allow: $270.00 - Lee Allen Koster, Lakefield, MN Stop at R/R. Crossing: $170.00 - Bradley Jay Freitag, Mt. Lake, MN No MN DL: $170.00 - Alfredo Cintron Figueroa, Windom, MN; Owar Ojuiu Abala, Windom, MN No MN DL, DWI 4th Degree: $670.00 - Jose Manuel Anguiano-Torres, Omaha, NE, jail/prison stayed 90 days 1 yr., unsu- pervised probation 1 yr. ASK A TROOPER By Sgt. Kathy Pederson MN State Patrol Trooper Kathy: Kathy: I have a trailer and a boat, can I tow all three in MN? What are my restrictions? Perfect timing for this question; I am glad you asked. You can have a three vehicle recreational combi- nation; however, there are rules. The three unit recre- ational combination consist- ing of a pickup truck towing a fifth wheel or gooseneck type camping trailer with one additional trailer, which carries a watercraft, snow- mobile, motorcycle or ATV, are allowed with the follow- ing restrictions. Tow rating of the pickup truck is equal to or greater than the weight of all the vehicles being towed. Combination is connect- ed according to state law. The fifth wheel camper does not exceed 28 feet. The entire 3-unit combi- nation does not exceed 60 ft. (It is not 65 feet as common- ly thought.) Driver must be 18 years or older with a valid DL. . Cannot be driven in the 7 county metro area 6:00 am - 8:00 a. or 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm Monday through Friday. Remember the combi- nation must be recreational vehicles. The length of the three units will include all of its sections, for instance; the motor of the boat to its rear- most point. A two-vehicle combination (car hitch-boat) cannot exceed 75 feet and the unit towed cannot exceed 45 feet. When towing, brakes are required on all trailers with a gross weight of 3,000 pounds or more. Brakes are required on all wheels of a trailer manufactured after June 30, 1988. Every trailer with a gross vehicle weight of more than 6,000 pounds shall be equipped with a breakaway brake device that will automatically apply and hold the brakes should the trailer accidentally become detached from the towing unit. If you have any ques- tions regarding traffic safety and or traffic law please write Sgt. Kathy Pederson at MN State Patrol, 1800 East College Drive, Marshall, MN 56258. Sgt. Pederson will not offer advice on specific situations or real events which involve law enforce- ment. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410- 1859 OBITUARIES Oscar LeRoy Peterson Funeral services for Oscar LeRoy Peterson were held Wednesday, May 19, 2004, at the American Lutheran Church, Windom, MN, with Pr. Stephen Norby and Pr. Gregory Hall officiating. Organist was Carol Vought and the soloist was David Rupp. Mark Lillegaard and Calvin Strenge were ushers. Casketbearers were Ross Peterson, Riley Peterson, Rand Peterson, Angela Peterson, Michael Peterson, Kristen Peterson, Rustin Peterson, Lisha Peterson, and Tehia Peterson. The interment was held at Memory Gardens, Windom. Military honors were by the American Legion Post 206, Windom. Oscar LeRoy Peterson was born February 27, 1925, in Amo Township, Cottonwood County, MN, to the late Lars and Hattie (Thompson) Peterson. He was baptized at Amo Lutheran Church and later confirmed in that same church. He grew up on a farm in the Storden area. He attended rural school and Storden High School and grad- uated in 1942. He enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War II and served in Italy. On September 24, 1950, Oscar was united in marriage to Grace Lillegaard, at the Evangelical Free Church, Windom. This marriage was blessed with 3 children, Dennis, Rod, and Lee. They lived on a farm in Amo Township before moving to Windom. While living in Amo Township Oscar served as town clerk. Since coming to Windom, Oscar worked as a custodian in Winfair School and high school before retiring in 1988. Oscar has always been a kind-hearted and soft-spoken individual. His dry sense of humor and patience has been evident in his family and while he worked among the chil- dren in the schools, which he greatly enjoyed. A favorite pastime for Oscar was enjoying Norwegian food with Grace, with lutefisk, a special treat for him. While living in Windom, he has been a member of American Lutheran Church. His grateful family who mourns his passing includes his wife of 53 years, Grace Peterson, Windom: Dennis and his wife, Patti, Pipestone, MN, Rod and his wife, Janel, Omaha, NE, and Lee and his wife, Sandy, Windom; and 9 grandchildren. Also, surviving are Helen and Doug Johnson, Bloomington, MN. He was preceded in death by his parents, 1 brother, Sydney, and 1 sister, Opal. Darlene A. Lang Memorial services will be held on Friday, June 11, 2004, at 2:00 p.m. at the Washburn-McReavy Northeast Chapel, 29th & Johnson St. NE, for Darlene A. Lang, age 74, of Roseville. Darlene is survived by loving friend and husband, Michael; daughter, Sandra (Richard) Spiedel; sons, Charles (Sanda) Lang, Michael "Kirby" Lang III, Gary (Janice) Lang; 7 grandchildren; 1 gret-grandson; and sister, Ruth Bevier. Darlene is preceded in death by her parents, George and Ann Lidtke; and brother, Darold Lidtke. Memorial preferred to Shriner's Children's Hospital. CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Klasse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 50%274-6166 I Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & reaaers drop box for various news items is located at the... 507-859-2600 next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. Hours: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. convenience we have added a tree number at our Subscriptions.and advertising can also be ordered by phone 1 Westbrook Office using your Master Card or Visa 1.800-410-1859 News stand copies are ' i ava laDle at.. |t you have questions " or would like to ptace Oleson's Mercantile n ad or order printin Hoyt Oil & Convenience please call the above number. Maynards Grocery, J & B Murray County 4-H Calendar May 31 - Memorial Day, office closed. June 1 - Registration deadline for SW MN 4-H Camps at Shetek; Beginners 4-H Softball season starts. June 3 - 4-H Exchange families supper fundraiser at Slayton Community Band Concert, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m., Gullord Park, Slayton; Mixed 4-H Softball season begins. June 8 - Day Camp Counselor Training, noon - 4:00 p.m., Talcot Park Joanne Coyle Funeral services for Joanne Coyle were held on May 25, 2004 at the Tracy Missionary Alliance Tracy, MN. Interment was at the Tracy City CemeterY. Joanne Coyle was born April 11, 1936 to (Murray) Kathman in Esthervilie, IA. She was confirmed in the Christian faith, and at the age with her family to a farm near Garvin, MN, entered Garvin Country School. On May 18, 1956 Joanne married Robert Lutheran Church in Dayton, OH, where home for a short time. They then moved to and in 1959 to Slayton, MN. In 1963, they moved to and in 1970 into Tracy, MN where she lived until her Joanne was a homemaker and a well-known restaurants in the area, including the Red Mediterranean Club in Tracy, cafes in Garvin, the Lynwood in Lynd, MN. She also worked Nursing Home and Prairie Home Care as a home care nurse, until her retirement in the mid 1990's for reasons. Over the years Joanne was involved n many her children, trips to sporting events, secretary/treasurer of the local Boy Scout Troop recent years, she had helped out at the Se and enjoyed playing cards there with her also enjoyed flower gardening, puzzles, Bingo, and but she loved traveling to visit her family and with her grandchildren. On Friday, May 21, 2004 Joanne died at the Tr acyj Medical Center at the age of 68. Joanne is survived by her husband, Robert; Tammy (Ray) Hatton of Tracy, Sandy (Fran) Garvin, Ronda (Roy) Radke of Slayton, Anderson of Lucan, and Kim (Dan) Rolling of - Bill (Jayne) Kathman of Tracy, David (Pam) LA, Ronald ('13na) of Orange City, FL, James Redding, CA, and Michael (Amy) of Tracy; 21 gra 8 great grandchildren; 2 brothers - Bud and Atkins, MN; 4 sisters - Frances Hyatt of Tracy, Vera of Atkins, Betty Fischer of St. James, MN, Daniel.son of Russell, MN; many nieces, cousins. Her parents, infant grandson, Jeremy Hatton, 3 Lester, Jack and Donald, and 1 sister, Mildred ceded her in death. Robert E. 'Spud' Veroeve00 Robert E. 'Spud' Veroeven was born December to Cecil and Lillian (Randolph) Veroeven ira Grove, MN. He was baptized and confirmed Catholic Church and attended Country School. As a young man he worked on the family farn entered the U.S. Army in March of 1945. After ing he was stationed overseas in the Theater until his discharge in November of then returning to Walnut Grove. On November 22, 195(1 Robert married St. Paul's Catholic Ch.urch. They made their farm south of Walnut Grove where he lived death. He was a lifetime member of the Catholic Parish in Walnut Grove and-enjoyed hunting in his youth and later, coin collecting cards. 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