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? ( i SENTINEL TRIBUNE (3N RI00CORI) Wednesday, June 19, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Doris Cohrs Mass of Christian Burial for Doris Jeanne Cohrs was held Friday, June 14, 2013 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Westbrook. Burial was in Our Saviors Lutheran Cemetery in Dovray. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfuneral- service.com. Doris, age 83 of Dovray, died Monday, June I0, 2013 at Westbrook Good Samaritan Care Center. Doris Jeanne was born May 22, 1930 in Lindsay, NE to Fred and Agnes (Kurtenback) Beierman. She was baptized and confirmed at Holy Family Church. Doris graduated from Holy Family Church School in 1948. She moved to Dovray to help her brother and sister-in-law. She met Donald Cohrs and they were married on March 2, 1950 in Yankton, SD. Doris worked at Rucker, AL while Donald was in the service. They returned to farm near Dovray for a year and then lived near Norfolk, NE where Doris worked at Mary's Caf& The couple returned to Dovray to farm for over 40 years. Donald retired in 1993 and they moved to town. She was a member of the Dovray Auxiliary where she served as 2nd District President. Doris was active in her church including CCW and helped at Our Saviors in Dovray whenever needed. Survivors include her children: Julie (Robert) Cohrs Barker, Jeffers, Darcy (Dave) Benson, Fargo, ND, Craig (Robin) Cohrs, Douglas, WY, and Shannon (Angle) Cohrs, Dovray; 12 grandchil- dren; and 11 great grandchildren; siblings: Fred (Hope) Beierman, Moses Lake, WA, Dolly (Jim) Frazier, Phoenix, AZ, Carole Walker and Charlene (Fred) Suter, both of East Wenatchee, WA, and Jerry (Connie) Beierman, Grand Coulee, WA; brother-in-law Francis (Beverly) Cohrs, Westbrook; and many other relatives and friends. Precededing her in death were her parents, husband Donald, brothers Melvin, Don, Bill, Swede, and Jack, sisters Wilma German, Mary Ann Fischer, and Pat Stone, and sister-in-law Elaine Swart. COLLEGE NEWS Augustana's Dean's List announced Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD announced that Alexandria Mischke, of Westbrook, MN, has been named to the Dean's List for the spring semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. The Dean's List recog- nizes full-time students who have a minimum of 12 cred- it hours with grade-point averagesat 3.5 or above. Guridermann Admitted To SW MN State University Stephanie Gundermann, daughter of Steven and Tracy Gundermann from Westbrook, MN, has been accepted for the 2013 Fall semester at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, MN. Her planned major field of study is social work. Luke Nelson receives scholarhip Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, MN, announced that Luke Nelson, son of Steve and Jan Nelson of Westbrook, MN, has been selected to receive Breening and Hage Family Scholarships for the 2013- 2014 academic year. Recipients of this scholar- ship are recognized for their academic accomplishments and outstanding leadership abilities. His planned major field of study is music education. Elzenga receives SMSU Scholarship Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, MN, announced that John Elzenga of Westbrook, MN, has been selected to receive a University Gala Annual Music Scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year. Recipients of these scholar- ships are recognized for their academic accomplish- ments and outstanding lead- ership abilities. His planned major field of study is biology and chemistry. Ridgewater College Announces Spring Semester 2013 Dean's List Ridgewater College would like to acknowledge those students earning rec- ognition on the Dean's lists for spring semester 2013. In order to be included on the Dean's list a student must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and be enrolled in at least twelve credits, and meet certain other criteria. Area students oa the list are: Zachery Otto, Lucan David McClellan, Westbrook 2013 Reporting of Prevented Planting Extended Michelle Page 651-602- 7732 Farmers must report pre- vented planting acreage to their local USDA-Farm Service Agency (FSA) office by July 15, 2013. FSA State Executive Director Debra Crusoe stated, "Due to an unseasonably cool and wet spring, planting has been sig- nificantly delayed or prevent- ed in many areas of Minnesota this crop year." "Farmers must remember to visit their local FSA office before July 15 to report all their crop acreage, including that which has been prevented from planting." Crusoe said. USDA policy requires farmers who request prevent- ed planting credit to report the applicable acreage to FSA on form FSA-578 (Report of Acreage) and file form CCC-576 (Notice of Loss) within 15 calendar days after the final planting date for the crop. Final plant- ing dates vary by crop but are all typically well before the final acreage reporting date of July 15. For 2013, how- ever, FSA has simplified the process due to the widespread disaster situation by extend- ing the various prevented planting acreage reporting deadlines for Minnesota to coincide with the final crop acreage reporting date of July 15, 2013. Prevented planting acreage reported on CCC- 576 and FSA-578 after this date may be subject to late filing fees. Direct and Counter Cyclical Program (DCP) par- ticipants that claim prevented planting and don't plant a subsequent crop on that acre- age are required to have an acceptable cover crop on all crop base acreage to protect the land from erosion. The cover crop cannot be hayed, grazed or otherwise harvest- ed before November 1, 2013. Information on approved cover crops for Minnesota is available at local FSA offic- es. Farmers with highly erod- ible land are reminded they are required to follow a con- Curious horses... These horses, south of Walnut Grove, seemed curious as to the intentions of the photographer recently. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT June 7-13, 2013 Speeding: $120.00 - Melissa E. Friedman, Eden Prairie, MN; Kevin F. Gerdes, Prior Lake, MN $130.00 - Megan J. Barkley, Sioux City, IA $220.00 - Charles A. Peterson, St. Paul, MN Seatbelt violation: $105.00 - Tonja N. Krueger, Windom, MN; Terry S. Glidden, Wilder, MN; John F. Klapp, Correctionville, IA; Tyler J. Anderson, Butterfield, MN Driving after suspension: $580.00 - Brandon A. Thu 6/2O 83167 Considerably cloudy, windy. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 60s. 85/69 Slight chance of a thunder- storm. servation plan to retain con- servation compliance eligi- bility. If the weather condi- tions change a farmer's plant- ing plans, they need to ensure they still follow an accept- able conservation plan. State Executive Director Crusoe also reminds farmers that it is important to accu- rately report failed and pre- vented planted acreage for crop insurance purposes and in the event future disaster programs are made available through USDA. For more information about the programs adminis- tered by FSA, visit any FSA county office or www.fsa. usda.gov. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR You Notice to Walnut Grove & area subscibers & readers Sentinel Tribune available at: Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Store Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn A drop box for various news items is located at the... fnn Linscheid, St. James, MN Fail to dim headlights for oncoming vehicle: $120.00 - Alan D. Beens, Windom, MN Theft: $287.44 - Natasha L. 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Haley competed in the 4-6 years of age division of the pageant. Haley is the daughter of Ted and Melissa VandenBosch. Lamberton News - Changes at Lamberton Stockyards. Ray Friedley employed there for 37 years and John Altenhofen, field representative, also there for 37 years have recently retired. David Hansen, Storden is now the new field represen- tative. Darvin Voge, the stockyard owner, is the senior mem- ber of the crew. Murray County News - Suzie Buesing, a 2011 MCC gradu- ate and Eden Bengtson, a 2013 MCC graduate were part of a 10-person crew that traveled to Swawnee, OK to assist with the clean-up following the tornado. The crew hauled debris, sorting it into piles of wood, metal and garbage. Tracy Headlight Herald - Alice Stonebrink of Netherlands was Tracy High School's first AFS student in the fall of 1963. Stonebrink will be visiting Tracy and speaking at a special Tracy Kiwanis Club luncheon June 20. Her host family in 1963 were Wendell and Helen Anderson and their five chil- dren. Windom Citizen - The Windom School District has a new high school principal, Jacob Tietje of Fairmont. The board unanimously approved Tietje as the new principal. Tietje is a 1997 graduate of Fairmont High School and is currently the dean of students at Fairmont. Prior to that, he taught physical education and health. He starts work in Windom on July 1. N mcfln minnesota Closdhed fldeedising netm00 NORTH DAKOTA HIGHWAY PATROL TROOPER Begin a challenging and rewarding career with opportunities for growth and ad- vancement. Apply at www.nd.gov/ndhp or call 701/328-2455. Closing dates: 6/19/13 for applicants testing in Grand Forks and Fargo and 7/2/13 for ap- plicants testing in Bismarck. EOE EARN $500 A DAY: Insurance agents needed; Leads, no cold calls; Commissions paid dally; Lifetime renewals; Complete train- ing; Health & dental insurance. Life license required. 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