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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, July 24, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Alice Hanson Mass of Christian Burial for Alice L. Hanson was held Monday, July 22, 2013 at St. Paul Catholic Church in Walnut Grove. Burial will be at a later date in Calvary Catholic Cemetery. Online con- dolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Alice, age 76 of Walnut Grove died Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at Seasons Hospice House in Redwood Falls. Alice L. Hanson was born September 13, 1936 in Lyon County to Maurice C. and Irene C. (Mortier) Maeyaert. She graduated from Tracy High School in 1954. She then moved to Walnut Grove where she met Clair J. Hanson. They were married on February 2, 1959. Alice enjoyed quilting; she made a quilt for each of her grandchildren as they graduated from high school. She also enjoyed painting ceramics, and collecting dolls, angels, and salt & pepper shakers. She spent time doing crossword puz- zles and loved watching tennis and the Minnesota Twins. Alice loved hearing about her grandkids' activities, and was always interested in what everyone was doing. Alice was a quiet, gentle, and caring person. Survivors include her husband Clair of Walnut Grove; chil- dren: Joseph Hanson of Walnut Grove, Julie (Ray) Jenniges of Ellsworth, Karla (Steve) Hay of Walnut Grove, Steven (Dawn) Hanson of Walnut Grove, James (Gaff) Hanson of Redwood Falls, and Wayne (Michelle) Hanson of Willmar; grandchildren: Danielle (Alan) Onken, Adam and Zachary Jenniges, Tristan (Patricia) Hay, Ashley (Brandon) Clarke, Samantha Hay, Nicole Strong, and Shawn, Stacy, Austyn, Garett, Courtney, Cassidy, and Kendall Hanson; great grandchildren Jacob, Hayley, and Allison Clarke; siblings: Raymond (Beatrice) Maeyaert of Walnut Grove, Edward (Sandi) Maeyaert of Lengby, MN, and Theresa Hochstatter of Rush City, MN. Preceding her in death were her parents; brother Robetl; sisters Helen Maeyaert and Mary Nuytten; brother-in-law Harry Nuytten. Wilbur Oberg Funeral services for Wilbur A. Oberg were held Saturday, July 20, 2013 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. Burial will be in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfu- neralservice.com. Wilbur, age 84 of Walnut Grove died suddenly Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at Sanford Tracy Medical Center. Wilbur Arthur Oberg was born February 18, 1929 in Shelbume Township, Lyon County, MN to Arthur and Emma (Stuck) Oberg. He was baptized at Sillerud Lutheran Church, rural Balaton and confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. Wilbur attended country school District 68 near Florence through the 3rd grade. The family moved to Walnut Grove in 1938. Wilbur attended country school District 116 through 8th grade and graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1947. On October 16, 1950 Wilbur joined the US Navy and was stationed at Subic Bay, Philippines. He was honorably discharged in 1954. Wilbur was a member of the Walnut Grove Lions Club and Trinity Lutheran Church where he served on various church boards and as head usher. He was very Peder George Pederson Funeral Services for Peder Pederson, were held Saturday, July 20, 2013, at Bethany Lutheran Church, Storden. Burial was in Bethany Lutheran Cemetery, Storden. Peder, 84, died at his home, Storden July 16, 2013. Peder George Pederson was born in Windom, MN to Peder B. and Carrie M. (Flatebo) Pederson. He received his education in Storden Public Schools until the age of sixteen when he quit school to take over running the family farm. Peder was baptized and confirmed, and attended the Storden Baptist Church. On January 23, 1950, Peder married Ardith "Ardy" Jensen at Bethany Lutheran Parsonage. Peder farmed his entire life and never completely retired, helping with the harvest this past fall. In his later years, he worked for several years delivering vans and motor homes for Winnebago. He made three trips to Norway. He was very proud of his family, his Norwegian heritage and his farm, which was added, in 2007, to the "Century Farms" in Minnesota. Peder was very proud of reaching this milestone and to have spent his entire life on his farm. Peder was a longtime member of the Bethany Lutheran Church in Storden where he was custodian, sexton for the church cem- etery, on the church council, advisor for the Luther League as well as many other capacities within the church. He was active in his community with serving on the Storden School Board, member of the Sons of Norway, Vestlands Laget, treasurer of the Hardanger Lag, and served with several other groups and boards through the years in his community. Survivors include his children: Peggy (Bob) Haken, Windom; Rhonda Klein, Monticello; Michael (Kate) Pederson, Brooklyn Park; Jeffrey (Morgen) Pederson, Storden; 8 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews; many rela- tives still living in Norway. Preceding him in death were his parents; wife, Ardith "Ardy" Pederson May 7, 2013. DNR announces first August Canada oose season Minnesota will conduct its first August Canada goose season from Saturday, Aug. 10 to Sunday, Aug. 25, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said. "The state's Canada goose population is very high and exceeds our statewide goal," said Steve Cordts, the DNR's waterfowl specialist. "We active with the Wilder Museum working with his special friends have continued agricultur- Amy Ankrum and Nicole Elzenga. Wilbur was Commander of al depredation concerns in the Alfred Nelson Legion Post 267 and served on the board of the western portion of the Crippled Children of Worthington. state with large numbers of Survivors include his siblings: Marvin (Marge) of Milroy, Canada geese. This is one David (Jean) of Littleton, CO, and Diane (Vern) Krentz of Hutchinson; four nieces; and three nephews, more option for us to try since this is the first time we have had August goose hunting," Cordts said. "But for those who are interested, there should be ample oppor- tunity." The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service approved the hunt as a management option for states dealing with overabun- dant populations of resident Canada geese. Additional details are on the DNR web- site at www.mndnr.gov/ waterfowl. The DNR will announce details of fall waterfowl sea- Preceding him in death were his parents and brother vernonl and increase h est of sons, including the September Leaders are made in the National Guard. Contact a recruiter today! Leadership training Career skills Tuition assistance Part-time service in your community 1-800-GO-GUARD www. 1-800-GO-GUARD.com ..... 8O/57 Partly cloudy with a stray thunder- CATTLE SALE storm. c~2009 American Profile Home I iiii AUTOS WANTED 73/5O Partly cloudy. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 50s. 73/53 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 50s. 77/58 Partly cloudy. Highs in the upper 70s and lows in the upper 50s. %. 76/63 Slight chance of a thunder- storm, Canada geeseY' .... Canada goose hunt, in early . Hunting Will be restricted August. I to an intensive harvest zone in west-central Minnesota. The daily bag limit will be 10 Canada geese with no pos- session limit. Shooting hours will be from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset. A small game hunting license, special goose permit and state water- fowl stamp are required. "It!s hard to gauge what hunter participation will be Sentinel Tribune available at Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Store Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn & area subscibers & readers IPIES A drop box for various news items is located at the... E3ubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office 1-800-410-1859 If you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT July 8-10, 2013 Speeding: $120.00 Jennifer L. Marx, Estherville, IA; Nary Kham, Lincoln, NE $130.00 Leon Noel, Columbia Heights, MN; Curtis L. Meinert, Baltimore, MD; Cory A. Churchill, Revere, MN; Megan G. O'neill, Annadale, VA Dog at large: $105.00 - Jessica I. Booze, Windom, MN Traffic regulation-keep to the right: $130.00- Jessica K. McKibben, Windom, MN Parking ordinance: $34.00- Jessica K. McKibben, Windom, MN Consumption by person under 21:$180.00 - Jacob C. Comnick, Westbrook, MN; $185.00 Deron E. Soderholm, Worthington, MN July 11-17, 2013 Speeding: $120.00 - Leila E. Awadallah, Sioux Falls, SD; Zachary J. Fick, Sioux Falls, SD; Kayla J. Mescher, Brighton, CO; Milvian M. Perez Cardona, Worthington, MN; Jeremy M. Olson, Fairfax, MN $140.00 - Eric T. Clausen, Kimball, MN; Aaron K. Flatgard, Windom, MN; Austin D. Broberg, Windom, MN $220.00 - David L. Austin, Delano, MN $280.00 - Douglas T. Lohse, Heron Lake, MN Seat belt violation: $105.00 Joseph M. Anderson, Mt. Lake, MN; Delbert D. Henderson, Jr, Mt. Lake, MN; Jimmy R. Roberts, Westbrook, MN Consumption by persons under 21:$180.00 - Derick A. Ourada, Walnut Grove, MN; Kyle A. Thomson, Willmar, MN $185.00 - Blake E. Glaser, Okabena, MN Failure to stop: $130.00 - Janet A. Lohre, Windom, MN Fishing with extra line: $130.00:$130.00 - Aaron L. Lewis, Monrose, NE No MN driver's license: $100.00 - Milvian M. Perez Cardona, Worthington, MN Issue dishonored check: $172.13 - Alycia P. Hacker, Storden, MN, local confine- ment - 30 days, stayed 30 days 1 y, unsupervised proba- tion 1 yr 6 mo DWh $505.00 - Troy R. Sargent, Windom, MN, com- plete chemical assessment w/ in 30 days; remain law-abid- ing; follow recommendations of evaluation; attend MADD Impact Panel, or DWI panel whichever is recommended CUA & probation agent; local confinement - 90 days, stayed 90 days 1 yr; supervised pro- bation 1 yr Inattentive driving: $125.00 - James D. Long, Garland, TX Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Four Fulda High School students - Maddie Dibble, Myah Holinka, Jeremy Welling and Taylor Kenney - and ten adults toured Austria, Germany and Switzerland June 24 - July 3. They traveled through Education First Education Tours. Lamberton News - The local city council discussed a report that a new well will be drilled in Kuhar Park. Due to bacte- rial contamination the well at Kuhar was closed off last sum- mer and campers and picnickers had to bring their own water sources. 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