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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, August 4, 2004 Page COURT NEWS COTIONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT July 23-29, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 - David Yo Thonglyvong, Worthington, MN; Larry Lee Nelson, Nemo, SD; Nicholas Moeller, Sioux Falls, SD ; Daniel Sean Billings, Duluth, MN $120.00 - Virgil Herbert Peterson, Minnetonka, MN; Perry Richard Mulcrone, Shakopee, MN; Jesse Lee Lefever, Atwater, MN $130.00 Thomas C. Comsudes, Marietta, GA; Marlis Leann Engen, Lamberton, MN Revoked DL: $370.00 - Paul Walter Ebeling, Windom, MN, No misd. > 1 yr. Drive After Revocation: $270.00 Jessica Rae Flaherty, Windom, MN, jail/prison - stayted 30 days 1 yr., unsupervised probation 1 yr., pay fin in full by next week, no msd. or greater vio- lations. Rvs. Collison W/Unattended Veh.: $270.00, stayed $100.00 - Tamara Rana Handy, Windom, MN, no misd. or > I yr., pay $50/mo. DWI: $570.00 - Bo Jesse Scott, Windom, MN, jail/prison - stayed 90 days 1 yr., unsupervised probation 1 yr., credit costs of classes against'fine, complete cua. and follow rec., no misd> 1 yr., attend MADD Impact Panel Issue Dishonored Check: $170.00, stayed $50.00, restitution $66.07 - Lori Ann Gilmore, Windom, MN, jail/prison - stayed 10 days 1 yr., unsupervised pro- bation 1 yr., no misd. > 1 yr., pay $20/mo. beg. 8/26/04 Angle W/Illegal Hook: $100.00 - Quan Hong Nguyen, Worthington, MN; Cvong Q. Tran, Shelburne, VT 4th Degree DWI: $570.00 - Alberta Mac Ducheneaux, Worthington, MN, supervised probation 1 yr., undetermined if prob. sup./unsup. Hit & Run, No MN DL: $370.00 - Israel Fernnando Lopez, Mt. Lake. MN, Inattentive Driving: $110.00 - Jay Maokhamphio, Butterfield, MN Not Displaying Current Reg.: $90.00 - Garret James Wall, Mt. Lake, MN Pass In a No Pass Zone: $120.00 Orville Wayne Wojahn, Windom, MN Hit & Run - Unoccupied Vehicle: $120.00 - Lenor Ellsworth Bakken, Walnut Grove, MN Underage Consump- tion: $170.00 Amanda Lynn Zimmer, Windom, MN Speeding, No Seatbelt: $205.00 Michael Lee Limoges, Sioux City, IA No Seatbelt: $95.00 - Douglas Richard Hatch, Redwood Falls, MN Minor Consumption: $170.00 - Lindsay Nicole Smith, Sioux Falls, SD Births Allie Rae and Jacob Michael Meredith Rise and Mike Wilbur of North Mankato are proud to announce the arrival of twins, Allie Rae and Jacob Michael, born Wednesday, July 28, 2004. Allie and Jacob weighed in at 5 lbs. 10 ozs. each. Grandparents include Bob and Becky Rise of Storden, MN, and Jim and Bobi Wilbur of Mankato, MN. Great grandmothers are Marguerite Rise of Belmond, IA and Dorothy Barkema of Garner, IA. Title III Older Americans Act funds available for 2005 Official Weather Station - 2004 Funds are available for projects and programs to serve persons age 60 and over in 22 counties of the Southwest Planning and Service Area]Area Agency on Aging (SWPSA/AAA) in MN. The service area includes the counties of: Blue Earth, Brown, Cottonwood, Faribault, Jackson, Kandiyohi, Le Sueur, Lincoln, Lyon, Martin, McLeod, Meeker, Murray, Nicollet, Nobles, Pipestone, Redwood, Renville, Rock, Sibley, Waseca and Watonwan. AAAs adminis- ter grant and contract funds for services to older adults under Title III of the federal Older Americans Act based on an Area Plan submitted to and approved by the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA). Due to the transition AAAs are undergoing and the designation of a new planning and service are by the MBA, which combines the Mid-Minnesota, Upper Minnesota Valley, Southwest and Region Nine Area Agencies on Aging, applica- tions for Title III Older American's Act funds will only be accepted from current recipients of Title III funding. To request a 2005 appli- cation packet, current Title III-B, D and E grantees and contractors in the above mentioned counties should call Rhonda at the Region Nine Area Agency on Aging at 507-389-8862 or 800-450- 5643, Ext. 862, by August 6, 2004. Credit score program featured at Farmfest By Shirley Anderson-Porisch Reg. Extension Educator If you have recently applied for credit or reviewed your credit report, you may have discovered your credit score. Credit scores predict the creditwor- thiness of a consumer by awarding points for factors within a credit report to sug- gest the probability of a per- son repaying a debt. Credit scores are based on five basic criteria. About 35% of the score is based on payment history. All lenders want to know whether you have paid past credit accounts on time. About 30% of the score is based on the amounts that you presently owe on credit accounts. Some lenders may assume that owing a great deal of money on many accounts indicates that one is overextended. About 15% of the score is based on the length of the credit history. A longer cred- it history usually increases a SW Research and Outreach Center University. of Minnesota Iatmberton, MN 56152 Historic Prerio(is) Cum Prectp (t) Soil Temo (F) Cm(since 5/1) Date Air Temp (F) Air Temp (F) Daily Since Mnv I Daily Averne Corn GDD n i i i i,i i i Mgg M M Min CRrrtRt Hixtm'h 2" 4" $" C.rre ltLctoric 7 27 77 52 82 59 0D0 14.01 10.35 78 75 74 1257 1470 7 28 79 57 82 59 0.00 14,01 10,52 78 75 74 1276 1490 7 29 79 56 82 58 0.07 14.08 t0.59 75 73 73 1294 1510 7 30 79 57 83 59 ,00 14.08 10.78 78 74 73 1312 1530 7 31 72 54 83 59 0.00 1408 10.90 76 74 73 1325 1551 8 1 86 61 82 59 0.28 14,36 10.94 76 73. 73 1348 1571 8 2 87 65 83 58 0,00 14,36 1101 80 75 74 1374 1592 I.I] L] Ill u ILIJ II I i Readings are recorded at 8am for the previous 24-hour Wiod Historic Records are for l.ambert MN 1961-2003 Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... e oleson" s Mercantile score. About 10% of the score is based on new credit. Research shows that open- ing several credit accounts in a short time does repre- sent greater risk. About 10% of the score is based on types of credit use. A "mix" of cred- it in use includes credit cards, retail accounts, installment loans, finance company accounts, and mortgage loans. As consumers recognize that they have credit scores, and that those scores are used to determine whether or not they receive credit, it is important to understand some "facts" and "fallacies" of scoring systems. My score determines whether or not I get credit. Lenders use a number of facts to make ardit deci- sions. A poor score will haunt me forever. A score is a "snapshot" of someone's risk at a particular point in- time. A score will (can) change as a consumer changes the way they handle credit. Credit scores infringe on my privacy. Credit scores are a numeric summary, of information found in a con- sumer's credit bureau report, credit application, and bank file. If you would like addi- tional information on credit scores, plant to attend "What's Your Credit ScoreT' which will be presented on August 5 at 1:00 pm at Farmfest, located at the Gilfillan Estate, seven miles southeast of Redwood Falls, MN. You may also contact your county Extension Office. or www.extension.umn.edu for more information. OBITJARIES Bernice Bakker Funeral services for Bernice Bakker, Hancock, MN, merly of Walnut Grove, were held Saturday, July 31, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Hancock, witI-L.Rev. Bitter officiating. Organist was Holly Svea. Pallbearers Bryan Bakker, Akis Pardalos, Mick Bakker, Ellen Kevin Bakker, Chuck Nelson, Barry Nelson, and Nelson. Honorary pallbearers were Sarah Daniel Bakker. Interment was held at the Cemetery, Hancock. Bernice Check, daughter of Fred and Alvida Check, was born April 9, 1921, in Walnut Grove, MN, she grew up and graduated from Walnut Grove High She continued her education at Bethesda School of in St. Paul for 3 years. Following her schooling, she at the VA Hospital in St. Cloud until 1947. On December: 1947, she was united in marriage to Dwayne Walnut Grove. The couple lived in the Westbrook Walnut Grove areas, before moving to the Hancock 1952, where they operated a dairy farm and Bernice part-time at the Stevens County Hospital and as a nurse in the Hancock School. When the couple retired continued to live on the farm. Dwayne died on May 4, Bernice moved to the Emmanuel Nursing Home in Lakes in 2002, where she has continued to live since time. Bernice was a Iongtime member of the St. Church in Hancock, where she was a member of the Aid. She was also a member of the Hancock Center. She was a wonderful knitter. She enjoyed ing, reading, cooking, traveling, and fishing. She es enjoyed the time she spent with her family. Bernice died on Wednesday, July 28, 2004, at St. Regional Health Center in Detroit Lakes, MN, having reach the age of 83. She is survived by 2 sons, Arthur (Arlene) Detroit Lakes and Warren (Mary Pat) Bakker of Ea( daughter, Rosemary (Panos Pardalos) Bakker Gainesville, FL; 7 grandchildren, Sarah Bakker, Bakker, Mick Bakker, Ellen Bakker, Bryan Bakker, Bakker and Akis Pardalos; 1 sister, Luella (Floyd) of Westbrook and 1 brother, Donald (Jan) Shoreview. She was preceded in death by her husband, her and 3 brothers. 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. enlence /- -- ' conven!ence ,,.,,-I  Subscriptions and ctdvertising we have adetour I I, :" number a[.u. t ! , : free . , rreT==.'t;ook office t I "" , %00g.0010-1 ss9 1-BUU '* I If you have questions t an ad or order P number. i m Maurice H. Farber MauriceHerbert Farber, 76, died in Olympia, WA, on 28, 2004. Maurice was bern September 20, 1927 to Andrew Hazel (Harriman) Farber of Walnut Grove, MN. He ed from Walnut Grove High School, then enlisted in the Navy, serving until October 1952. On Novembe, r 19, he was married to Marguerite (Peg) Clark at Newport VA. In the fall of 1952 they rdoved to Walnut Grove farmed and owned a TV & Radio Repair Service until when the family moved to Seattle, WA, working for for 27 years. Since retiring he had been living in He is survived by two sons, Steven (Jan) of Phoenix Herbert (Susan) of Central Point, OR and daughte?, of Seattle; four grandchildren; three great g brothers, William (Elaine) Farber of Medford, OR and (Marilyn) Father of = Wain1 t Grove; sister, Betty Bannick of Walnut Grove; and many nieces and Maurice was preceded in death by his parents, a Howard, son, Guy, and his wife, Marguerite. State Patrol's enhanced enforcement targets speedl State troopers stopped 279 drivers and ticketed 169 speeding drivers during the Safe & Sober enhanced enforcement campaign, July 1-18 throughout Southwest Minnesota. The- speeding- targeted campaign was coor- dinated by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. "Speeding is the primary cause in many fatal crashes," says Lt. Brian L. West. "By aggressively enforcing speed limit laws, more motorists are going to live. In addition to citing numerous drivers NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal two weeks prior to the expiration date. for speeding violations, drivers received warnings." 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