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SENTINEL TRIBUNE I ON RECORD Wednesday, June 5, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES LaDonna Jensen Funeral services for LaDonna Jensen were held a Saturday, June 1, 2013 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Westbrook. Burial was in the Westbrook Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfuneralservice. com. LaDonna Marguerite Jensen age 79 of Westbrook, formerly of Walnut Grove, passed away with her family by her side on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls. LaDonna Marguerite Swanson Jensen was born April 24, 1934 in Tracy, MN to Joseph N. and Esther M. (Cox) Swanson. She was baptized on June 1, 1935 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. LaDonna grew up and attended school in Walnut Grove. As a child, she played on the banks of the Plum Creek. LaDonna worked most of her life. After graduation in 1953, LaDonna attended beauty school in Minneapolis. She worked in a salon in Walnut Grove, which she later purchased. On August 28, 1954 she was united in marriage to Arnold C. Jensen. To this union four children were born: Pavia, Jeffrey, Cornell, and Amy. LaDonna and Arnie moved back to Westbrook in 1967. LaDonna worked for Laura Anderson for many years. In 1978, she opened LaDonna's Beauty Shop next to Amie's Barber Shop. LaDonna was a member of the Westbrook VFW Women's Auxiliary. Survivors include her husband Arnold Jensen; son Jeffrey (Rhonda) Jensen; daughter Amy (Lee) Schmalz; grandchildren Shane and Lindsay Jensen; step grandchildren Jacob (Erica) and Stacia Gleitz; and great grandchildren Kiara and Kashen; nieces and nephews: Linda Bergs, Susan Larson, Kevin (Jayne) Swanson, Debra (Ross) Johnson, and a host of family and friends. Preceding her in death were her parents Joseph and Esther Swanson-Nelson; step father Victor Nelson; brother James (Delores) Swanson; auntie Marge Moore; daughter Paula; son Cornell. Robert H. (Bob) Olson Memorial services for Robert H. (Bob) Olson will be 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 15, 2013 at Messiah Lutheran Church, North Platte, NE. Memorials are suggested to The ALS Association Development Department, 27001 Agoura Road, Suite250, Calabasas Hills, CA 91301 or donor's choice. Online condolences may be shared at www.carpentermemorial.com. Robert H. (Bob) Olson was born December 11, 1932 in Redwood County, MN to Minnie and Leonard Olson. He was the fourth of nine children living on the family farm on the banks of Plum Creek, near Walnut Grove. Bob graduated from Walnut Grove High and joined the U.S. Army in 1953 where he was stationed in Germany. After his discharge in 1955, he continued his education at the North Dakota Auto Mechanic school, and later, radio communication attending night school in St. Paul. Robert and Alice Nelson of Marshall were married in August 1957, living in St. Paul for nearly two years where Bob was working at a radio station, then got a job at a television station in Reliance, SD. Bob and Alice lived in Holdrege, NE, Windside, NE and North Platte, NE where he worked at Public Television stations until retiring in 2000. Bob had a mechanically inventive mind, always experimenting and trying to improve on all sorts of his own designs. One of those experiments -- affixing leeboards and a mast to a row boat -- led to his interest in sailing. He was a longstanding member of the American Legion, Ogallala Yacht Club, and German American Club. Bob was a member of the Messiah Lutheran Church since moving to North Platte in 1971. Survivors include his wife Alice; children Janice, Donna, Jim and Mike; siblings Grace (Shattuck), Bonnie (Pomerencke), Edmund, Larry and Dale. Preceding him in death were his parents Leonard and Minnie Olson; siblings Everett, Galen and Genevieve (Minor). Class of Storden 1966 DEATHS '78 reunion reunion The Storden class of 1966 is holding a class The Class of '78, for reunion on Saturday, June Westbrook High School, 22, 2013 at the Rolling Hills will hold their 35 year class Golf Course near reunion July 20, 2012 at the Westbrook. old high school. Contact Jeff Make reservations by Lamb by July 1, 507-274- June 8, please contact ruth- 6230 mostoller@gmail.com or 218-259-4800. nament which is frighted based on the first day's scores, unless you are pre- registered in the champion- ship flight. As such, it is an ideal "amateur's" opportuni- ty to play with others of similar skill levels. In addi- tion, it is not necessary to be a paid member of Rolling Hills, so Come on out and enjoy a fun weekend of golf. We know that there are con- flicts which can arise, and there will be a group of indi- viduals playing on Friday this year in place of their Saturday round. In addition, your entry fee to this tourna- ment allows all day play on Friday for a 9-hole green fee for non-members. Looking ahead, the cou- ples tourney will be held on Saturday, June 15. You may sign up at the clubhouse or call to pre-register. Appreciation goes out to Gene and Jan Lindaman for the golfer carved from the stump near the green on hole number nine. Also appre- ciation to Jr. Severson for his donation of the practice net which has been installed. We will wait another week for some of the make-up matches prior to reporting any league standings. If you are making up on days other than normal league days, remember to post you scores in the appropriate week. Quote of the week: "I don't fear death, but I sure don't like those three footers for par.". .... Chi Chi Rodriquez Keep your head down and we'll see you on the course!!! By Digger Phelps 60/45 Mostly cloudy. Highs in the low 60s and lows in the mid 40s. 66/50 Considerable cloudiness. Highs in the raid 60s and lows in the low 50s. 63/55 Chance of showers. Highs in the low 60s and lows in the mid 50s. Is..  .i. ,' 71ii -. 71/54 73/55 Mix of sun Sunshine. and clouds. Highs in the Highs in the low 70s and low 70s and lows in the lows in the raid 50s. mid 50s. It may seem unbelievable, but we are quickly approach- ing the mid-point of the men's league first half, and we still have numerous play- ers who have yet to swing a club in a match!! This is all very understandable given the weather conditions this spring, and the wide variety of other concerns and inter- ests which our eighty men have. Hopefully the mid and later part of the summer will afford us all a few more opportunities to visit the golf course! ! The ladies have been struggling with attendance and decent weather, as well, but are slowly getting into the habit of playing again. Most of the responsible ladies/couples have complet- ed their annual cleanup/ upkeep of the various flower beds on the course, and things appear to be getting slowly back to normal. Along the lines of mainte- nance and recurring prob- lems with the grass on the fairways, Dwayne asks that you avoid driving on those areas which suffered largely from "winterkill". Essentially, if you observe the ninety degree rule with regard to the fairways, it will help a great deal in getting these areas back to being more green than brown. The annual "Two-Bar" tournament is slated for Saturday and Sunday, June 8 and 9. If you have not regis- tered, and still wish to play, contact the clubhouse and they will make the necessary arrangements. This is a tour- Chil( Z Ire Clinic The Cottonwood County Extension will collaborate with the Windom Community Education program to offer a six-hour child care clinic for youth in fifth - ninth grades on Monday, June 10 at the Windom High School. Throughout the day, par- ticipants will gain insight on proper child care techniques from special guest presenters. Youth will learn valuable information regarding nutri- tion, safety, first aid, parent expectations, play time toys and child development. Participants will also have the opportunity to create their own baby-sitting kit. The clinic will run from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and attendees are asked to bring a sack lunch. There is a registration fee for materials. To register, please contact the Windom Community Education program at 831- 6940. Howard Bloch funeral will be Saturday Howard Lester Bloch age 90 of Westbrook, formerly of Fridley and Rush City, died Friday, May 31, 2013 at Westbrook Good Samaritan Care Center. Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 8, at the Westbrook Senior Center. Visitation is one hour prior to services at the Center. Burial is in Westbrook Cemetery. Online condo- lences may be sent via www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Lorraine Petersen funeral will be Thursday Iorraine M. Petersen age 92 of Westbrook, formerly of Storden, padied Saturday, June 1, 2013 at Westbrook Good Samaritan Care Center. Memorial services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 6, at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in rural Walnut Grove. Visitation is one hour prior to services at the church. Private fam- ily burial will be at a later date. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephens funeralservice.com. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT May 17-23, 2013 Speeding: $120.00 - Dora A. Garza, Penitas, TX; Smart A. Norberg, Sioux Falls, SD; Zachary A. Sikich, Mples, MN; John. L. Pauly, Pierz, MN; Jason L. Hanson, St. James, MN $130.00 - Todd J. Fossen, Kimball, MN $140.00 - Dwight D. Waldner, Ephrata, PA; Taylor F. Minarik, Wahpeton, ND; Austin M. Kluis, Chandler, MN Seatbelt violation: $105.00 - David R. Auvil, Kimberly, ID; Holly L. Cooke, Windom, MN Driving without a valid license: $180.00 - Antonio Gutierrez-Ramos, Worthington, MN Uninsured vehicle: $200.000 Antonio Gutierrez-Ramos, Worthington, MN Angle w/unlawful tackle: $105.00 - Albert Thin, Fulda, MN Child passenger restraint system: $130.00 - Lindsay L. Simon, Mt. Lake, MN Possess/sale small amount of marijuana: $130.00 - Kelvin B. King, Mr. Lake, MN; Schyler A. Thompson, St. James, MN Possession of drug para- phernalia: $50.00 - Kelvin B. King, Mt. Lake, MN; Schyler A. Thompson, St. James, MN May 24-28, 2013 Speeding: $120.00 - Jose De Amezcua Rodriguez, Worthington, MN; Lindsay D. Howell, Wayzata, MN $130.00 - Mary E. Juhnke, Comfrey, MN $220.00 Christian E. Schiller, Mercer Island WA Seat belt violation: $105.00 Stephanie J. Winters, Ocheyedan, IA Take fish without a license: $130.00 - Gyee La, Worthington, MN Failure to obey traffic control device: $130.00 - Gary Lee Wiens, Windom, MN Duty to drive with due care: $40.00 - Gary Lee Wiens, Windom, MN Trespass: $180.00 -Shane K. Johnson, Storden, MN Operate unregistered vehicle without plates dis- played: $110.00 - Natasha L. Caviness, Fulda, MN. n Content Servic, Notice to Walnut Grove & area subscibers & readers ES A drop box for various news items is located at the... Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For your convenience there is a :e toll-free number at our Westbrook Office i0000tden ..... o,,,,, 1" 1 5 9 ivernn |/-0UU-=f U- 0 . d'" L.._d"_. .... ;... .... [ If gou have questions or .oo.=,,,..,. ,i.. , .,.. =. '!Maste#Card, Vj please call the above : ....  ;7 ii67 :iil[ number. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - At 10:45 a.m. Thursday morning, a deliv- ery of 435 pounds of non-perishable food !terns was deliv- I ered at the Fulda Food Shelf from Second Harvest Heartland. This was the first delivery that Fulda FOod shelf has pur- chased from Second Harvest Food Bank. Included in the delivery were items such as skillet entrees, canned chicken, pancake mix, peanut butter, rice, corn, fi'uit spreads, mustard, and more. Lamberton News - Red Rock Central's graduating seniors were feted Monday, May 20, at the Lamberton Legion by parents, families, and fellow graduates at the annual Senior Honor Banquet. MC Ron Kelsey welcomed all for this annual ritual honoring seniors for their accomplishments this past year, as well as other high school years in scholastic achievements and extra curricular activities. Murray County News - Nathan Schunke is the new Hospice Administrator. He began his position as Administrator for Hospice of Murray County on May 1. 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