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i Your Local Weather Statewide Minnesota Re 3resentation SENTINEL TRIBUNE N Wednesday, July 10, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Donald A nderson Funeral services for Donald Victor Anderson were held Saturday, July 6, 2013 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. Burial was in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. Online condo- lences may be sent to www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Donald, 89, of Walnut Grove died Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at Sanford Sioux Falls Medical Center. Donald Victor Anderson was born October 20, 1923 in Walnut Grove, MN to Victor and Eileen (Karau) Anderson. He was bap- tized and confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. Don graduated from Walnut Grove Public School. On June 21, 1952 he was united in marriage to Grace Prosch in Lake Benton. Don was a member of the Walnut Grove Lions Club and Trinity Lutheran Church. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and trap shooting. Survivors include his wife Grace; children: Mary (Larry) Madsen of Columbia Falls, MT, James (Barb) Anderson of Walnut Grove, and Robert (Mary) Anderson of Rapid City, SD; granddaughter Erin Madsen; and sister Judy Kersten of Malta Bend, MO. Preceding him in death were his parents and sister Mariann Hogin. Betty Knutson Memorial services for Betty Jane Knutson will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, July 13, 2013 at Old Westbrook Lutheran Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Betty, 86, of Sandy, Utah, formerly of Sanborn and Revere, died Sunday, May 12, 2013 in Utah. Betty was born on October 5, 1926 in Sanborn, MN to Clarence and Cora Kosel. She grew up working in the family caf& After a time, the family moved to a farm near Seaforth. After Betty completed high school she attended nursing school and received an Associate's Degree for Registered Nursing. She worked at the Springfield Hospital. Betty met the love of her life at a wedding dance in Sanborn and later married Kenneth Knutson in 1951. After their marriage, the couple lived in Oregon and Montevideo, MN, before moving to the Knutson family farm near Revere. Betty enjoyed living on the farm, being a loving mother and care taker of the family. She became known for her cooking, especially candy mints for special occasions, lefse, and lutefisk. Betty was very active in Ladies Aid and Circle of Old Westbrook Church. She helped her elderly neighbors and volunteered at the local nursing homes. After retirement, Betty and Ken enjoyed traveling around the United States with friends and family. Betty was diagnosed with dementia in 2004 and lived with her sons after that. Survivors include her son Kerwin (Janice) Knutson of Sandy, Utah, son Gay (Claire Cirunay) Knutson and their daughter Karen of Tempe, AZ, and son David (Olya) Knutson and their daughter Lillian of Zimmerman. Preceding her in death were her hus- band Kenneth; parents Clarence and Cora Kosel; and son Baby Knutson. Sharon L Zimmerman Service for Sharon L Zimmerman were held at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Sleepy Eye, MN, on Monday, July 8, 2013. On line condolences may be sent to www. sturmfh.com. Sharon, age 66, of Sleepy Eye, MN died on July 6, 2013, in Sleepy Eye, MN. Sharon Lea Zimmerman was born on September 15, 1946, in Tracy, MN, the daughter of Walter and Virginia (Coulter) Pilaczynski. Sharon was baptized on October 5, 1946, and confirmed on November 27, 1960, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove, MN. She attended and graduated from Walnut Grove High School. She was united in marriage to Lynn Anderson and lived in Revere and Seattle, WA before moving to Walnut Grove. She married Gary Zimmerman on July 12, 1971, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. She worked for Norwood for the past 28 years. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Sleepy Eye and a member of the Legion Auxiliary. Sharon enjoyed reading, fishing, knitting, camping, her pets, time at the lake, and visiting with family and friends. Survivors include her husband Gary of Sleepy Eye; son Brett Anderson of Mankato; brother Gary (Sharon) Pilaczynski of Walnut Grove, MN; and step siblings John (Muriel) Coulter of Tracy, MN and Jeanne (Steve) Vogel of Apple Valley, MN. Preceding her in death were her parents; step father - Delmar Coulter. 83/63 Mainly sunny. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the low 60s. F Sat i i~iii!i!!!! ~ ~ 712 7/13 I 7t14 7t15 85/70 Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 80s and lows in the low 70s. 88/7O Isolated than- derstorms. Highs in the upper 80s and lows in the low 70s. 86/65 80162 A few than- Partly derstorms cloudy. possible. Highs in the Highs in the low 80s and mid 80s and lows in the lows in the low 60s. mid 60s. Beverly Busswitz Funeral services for Beverly Busswitz were held Monday, July 8, 2013 at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Dovray. Burial was in the church cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www. stephensfuneralservice.com. Beverly Ann (Jackels) Busswitz age 78 of Westbrook died Thursday, July 4, 2013 at Westbrook Good Samaritan Care Center Beverly Ann (Olson) Busswitz was born August 24, 1934 in Westbrook, MN to Lawrence and Mabel (Flor) Olson. She was bap- tized on May 25, 1937 and con- firmed on June 19, 1949, both at Trinity Lutheran Church in Westbrook. Beverly attended Westbrook Public School. On October 17, 1950 she was united in marriage to Arvin Jackels. They lived on the family farm and were blessed with 4 chil- dren: Mary, Pam, Kirby, and Jane. Arvin died March 25, 1975. Beverly later married Luverne Busswitz on July 2, 1977, and he passed away in 1979. Beverly was a member of the VFW Auxiliary and Our Savior's Lutheran Church Ladies Aid. She was also a Sunday School teacher and loved doing the opening exercises. Beverly was always an active person; she was a great bowler, avid golfer, and a member of card clubs where she played a lot of Bridge. She enjoyed making homemade bread and lefse. Survivors include her daughters: Mary L. (Steve) Anderson of Westbrook, Pam L. (Charles Jr.) Barrie of Westbrook, and Jane E. (Randy) Wahl of Chanhassen; grandchildren: Brett Anderson, Stephanie (Christopher) Schuelke, Marie (Justin) Schuelke, Michal Barrie (Jessica Jurzak), and Brianna, Danielle, and Michaela Wahl; great grandchildren: Jordyn Anderson, Lincoln Schuelke, and soon to arrive Baby Schuelke; sister Donna (Jack) Simpson of Fresno, CA; and a host of family and friends. Preceding her in death were her parents; husbands Arvin and Luverne; son Kirby John; granddaughter Marci Barrie; and sisters Florence, Edna, Phyllis, and Violet. Ardis Haugen Funeral Services for Ardis Haugen were held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Slayton, MN Tuesday, July 9, 2013. Interment was at Willow Lake Cemetery, rural Tracy, MN. To send con- dolences visit totzkefuneralhome.. com. Ardis, 84, died at Maple Lawn Nursing Home, Fulda, MN Thursday, July 4, 2013. Ardis Haugen was born October 16, 1928 in Dovray, MN to Albert and Isabel Oiom Hobart. She grew up in Dovray and graduated in 1946 from Westbrook High School. Ardis attended Teacher Training, Montevideo. Ardis taught country school for 2 years near Dovray. On August 30, 1949 she and George Haugen were married at the Lutheran Parsonage in Westbrook. Following their marriage they farmed the Haugen family farm southeast of Tracy, MN. In the early 1980's Ardis took several Sociology and Religion classes at Southwest State University in Marshall Ardis remained on the farm until July 2012 when she moved to The Meadows Assisted Living in Worthington, MN. In June 2013 Ardis became a resident of the Maple Lawn Nursing Home. She was a former member of Willow Lake Lutheran Church in rural Tracy, MN where she taught Sunday school and was active in the Ladies Aide. In 2004 Ardis became a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Slayton, MN. She also was a member of the Dovray Legion Auxiliary. Ardis enjoyed watching Jeopardy, doing cross- word and sudoku puzzles, gardening and car~ng~ for her beloved dog, Mark. Ardis loved to travel and visited several foreign coun- tries like Norway, Israel, Jordan, Greece, Italy, France, Spain and Mexico. Survivors include her children: Barbara (Dick) Bassing, Andover, MN, Steven (Dodi) Haugen, Tracy, MN, Jeanne (Rusty) Fifield, Apple Valley, MN, Christine (Jeff Lohnes) Haugen, Minneapolis, MN, and Elizabeth (Fianc6, Mike McDonald) Haugen, Worthington, MN; 11 grandchildren; ten great-grand- children; sister, Lorraine (Darold) Guttormson, Prior Lake, MN. Preceding her in death were her parents; husband, George, May 26, 1999. Ph. Steve Fields Attorney & 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 Westbrnok Office or Rent 1-800-410-1859 in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune 274-61361 or 800-410-1859 INJURED AT WORK? If you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. Lost Wages? Unpaid Bills? Can I Get Fired? FREE advice - confidential Toll Free 1-888-212-6820 www.FieldsWor klnju ryx:om Hablamos Espafiol COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT June 27- July 3, 2013 Motorcycle passenger Speeding: $120.00 - Jan not riding on appropriate A. Fulton, Wabasso $130.00 seat: $50.00 - Gregory E. - Mark J. Kuefler, Belgrade, Bent, Mt. Lake, MN MN $140.00 - David R. DWI: $505.00- Tyler D. Crowley, Iona~ MN; Joline Stamp, Mt. Lake, MN, com- M. Epple, Lauderdale, MN plete chemical assessment, Seat belt violation:completed w/in 30 days; $105.00 Chandra M. attend MADD impact panel; Kipfer, Windom, MN; Rachel remain law-abiding; follow A. Bjorklund, Windom, MN; recommendation of evalua- Ryan J. Blackstad, Faribault; tion; local confinement Casey R. Rehnelt, Heron-stayed 90 days for 1 yr Lake, MN; Wayne E. Paplow, Careless driving: $180.00 dundee, MN; Rebecca J. - Tanner J. Doty, Storden, Prins, Worthington, MN MN Open bottle: $180.00 - Uninsured vehicle: Blair J. Grove, Windom, MN $280.00 - Amber J. Loewen, Driving after suspension/ Windom, MN careless driving: $380.00 - Dog at large: $105.00 - Santos G. Pena, Windom,Jody R. Moiler, Windom, MN MN; Tanaya M. Renquist, Motorcycle operator Windom, MN; Kevin L. under age 18 not wearing Kaas, Westbrook, MN protective headgear: Failure to pay lodging $130.00 - Gregory E. Bent, lax: $580.00 - Mayank R. Mt. Lake, MN Patel, Windom, MN, unsu- Motorcycle passenger pervised probation; remain cannot reach footrests while law-abiding; no same or sire- sitting astride seat: $40.00 - ilar; local confinement Gregory E. Bent, Mt. Lake, stayed 30 days for 1 yr MN DNR QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK Q: What is the purpose of birds. The reproductive suc- native aquatic plants along cess of ducks nesting near a shoreline? lakes, for example, is closely tied to the availability of A: Aquatic plants are essen- aquatic plants. Beyond pro- tial components of most viding food and shelter for freshwater ecosystems. Many fish and wildlife, aquatic of Minnesota's most sought- vegetation maintains water after fish species depend clarity, prevents suspension heavily on aquatic vegetation of bottom sediments and lim- for food, protection from its shoreline erosion by mad- predators and reproduction, erating the effects of wave In addition to fish, many and ice erosion. A healthy wildlife species depend on native plant community also aquatic plants for food and prevents non-native invasive nesting sites. Aquatic plants aquatic plants from establish- not eaten by waterfowl sup- ing. In short, many of the port many insects and other things we enjoy most about aquatic invertebrates that lakes are directly linked to serve as important food aquatic vegetation. sources for migratory birds and their young. Emergent - Steve Enger, DNR aquat- aquatic vegetation also pro- ic plant management pro- vides nesting cover for a gram coordinator variety of waterfowl, wading birds, shorebirds and song- Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Fulda native, Laura Wendorff, was inducted into the Blazer Hall of Fame recently at St. Benedict, St. Joseph, MN. Laura closed her career as the Blazers' all-time leader in both points and rebounds, records that still stand today. She is the daughter of Lenore and Rick Wendorff. Lamberton News - Jordan Milbrath, son of Lori and Dave Milbrath, Springfield, was drafted by the Cleveland Indians professional baseball team. He is now involved in rookie baseball at Goodyear, AZ. Murray County News - Todd and Deb Thraen, rural Iona, lost their home and belongings early last Sunday moming. The Iona fire dept. received mutual aid from Slayton, Chandler and Fulda to battle the blaze which engulfed the home leaving behind a charred frame. The Thraens were not home at the time of the blaze. Tracy Headlight Herald - Last week, just a few days before the 150th anniversary of the famed Battle of Gettysburg, a monument was put into place at the Tracy Cemetery to honor Elias Howard, a Civil War soldier who may have fought in the battle. The soldier's grave was first brought to light by Howard's grandson, David Lindmark of Bemidji. Howard served in the First MN Infantry during the Civil War. 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