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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON Wednesday, August 10, 2016 Page 2 OBITUARIES Le gu playo :L Anita Lee Riddell Anita Lee Riddell, 83, died August 1, 2016, at Mercy Hospital in Rogers, AR. She was born in Patterson, IL October 14, 1932, the daughter of Lela Alice Fry (Walk) and John Fry. She attended school in Jacksonville, IL. She mar- ried Raymond Chandler Riddell on August 17, 1951 in Anoka, MN and they lived in Westbrook, Mankato, and Tyler, MN. For the past 25 years she lived in Bella Vista, AR. She was a very active member of New Wine Ministry Church. She maintained a close relationship with her Bible Study Group from Minnesota for over 30 years. The 5-6th youth baseball team, coached by Pat Merrick, finished the season in early July. They defeat- ed Springfield in the third place game of the league play- offs. Front row from left: Zach Knutson, Ben Hansen, Corbin Ohotto, Elijah Merrick, Walker Stubbe, Brady Ross, Dan Kleven. Back rowfrom While in Westbrook, Anita was active in many groups. Most especially the American Legion Auxiliary. She was instrumental in starting Candy Stripers as well as supporting all Legion initiatives. She and Ray were active in supporting their community. They also hosted so many of their children's friends there. Sledding parties, hot chocolate, untold numbers of sleep overs, cub scouts, fishing parties, and anything else that came up. She and Ray retired to Bella Vista, Arkansas in 1991. Many of her family moved there to be close to them. Anita was always left: Toby Osland, Ashton Juhnk, Keaton Skarupa, Aidan Holmen, Orion Knakmuhs, Cole VanDeWiele, Coach Pat Merrick. Submitted photo there for her family. Whether it was moving to Minnesota for the winter to care for a daughter or taking care of any grandchild who needed a place to stay for a night or a year, Anita was always there. She and her son, Tyler, were constant companions and always shared a special bond. She loved visiting, good meals, shopping and laughing. That is the memory we all carry - Anita laughing. Survivors include children: Randi (Lee) Kirchner, Angela (Nick) Cessario, Tyler Riddell, Cara (Dan) Riddell, Mark Riddell; 6 grandchildren; and eleven great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death Were husband, Ray Riddell; grand- daughters Nicole Cessario and Shannon Kirchner. On-line condolences may be made at www.funeralmation.com LeMoyne Kenneth Jrrgenson Funeral services for LeMoyne Kenneth Jorgenson were held Monday, August 8, 2016 at Grace Lutheran Church, Westbrook, MN. Interment was at Westbrook Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfu- neralservice.com. LeMoyne, 87, Westbrook died Friday, August 5, 2016 at Sanford Westbrook Medical Center. LeMoyne Kenneth Jorgenson "Jorgie" was born May 23, 1929 to Thomas and Gladys (Hanson) Jorgenson in Westbrook Township, MN. He attended Westhrook Public School and Double Lake Country School. He married Frances Anna Vosberg, June 12, 1950. Jorgie farmed with his father and later with his three sons for over 50 years. Jorgie's passion and legacy were family and fanning. Jorgie was happiest when surrounded by his family. Farming formed his character as an honest, loyal, and hard-working son, father, and friend. His family remembers him for his thoughtful- ness as he carefully selected each greeting card that he faithfully By Digger Phelps As we approach the mid-Flight- Brian Bultman; Sixth die of August the activity Flight- Nick Meyer; Seventh at Rolling Hills has reached Flight - Francis (Hammer) a high note with the Two Hamilton. Bar Tournament over the past Men's League is into the weekend. This year's tourney fourth week of the second hosted some 75 golfers from half, and although there are the surrounding area. As lots of "make-ups" to be fin- with our local league, there ished, the leaders are as fol- are a number of injuries, sur- lows: geries, etc which kept many Early # 1 Amundson/ of our long-time participants Determan - 51; Severson/ from showing up. There Severson-41 were, however, a number of Early #2 - Engen/Erickson younger and more recent par- - 45; Teichrow/Erickson - 38 ticipants to help to make up 1/2 for the absentees, resulting Intermediate - Erickson/ in some great golf over the Fay 52; Jans/Ourada 47 1/2 weekend. Another aspect of Late - Schweim/Kirchner this tournament has always 35; Renehlt/Carlson - 34 1/2 been bad weather. This Ladies' Leagues are still year's weather could not have incomplete, and will finish been better, and it appears next week. that our decision to move Upcoming events include this tourney from early June the "Glow Ball" tourney on to early August has paid off. Friday, Aug 19. This is a Johnny Larson from Sanborn four-person "best ball" for- was this year's champion, mat, and usually results in followed by Westbrook lots of fun. Call the club- native Travis Kottke, and house for details. Flandreau's Derek Bursheim. Quote of the week: Other flight winners were as "Discipline and concentration follows: President's Flight - are a matter of being interest- sent to celebrate important milestones. He had great fondness for his coffee friends, music, and his pets. He supported and served his community through volunteering on the Good Samaritan Board, Westbrook Township Board, Westbrook Lions, Westbrook Health Center Vision for the Future, Heartland State Bank Board of Directors, and Westbrook Cemetery Board. S u r v i v o r s include his children: Bruce (Joan) Jorgenson, Westbrook, Kathy (Dale) Schmidt, Garvin, David (Laurel) Jorgenson, Westbrook, Susan (Steven) Schmitt, Long Lake, Joanne (Gordon) Cannon, Calgary, Alberta, and James (Nikki) Jorgenson, Westbrook; grandchildren: Ryan (Beth Karpen) Jorgenson, Sara (Levi) Sanders, Christopher (Kelly MeCormell) Schmidt, Nichole (Jason) Swan, Stacie (David) Rentschler, Eric (Manda) Jorgenson, Scott (Jessie) Jorgenson, Amy (Paul) Kubista, Renae (Robert) Von Kaenel, Kelly (Joe) Wynn, Victoria Cannon, Blake Cannon, Jack Jorgenson and Katherine Jorgenson; and 23 great grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his wife; son Jon Paul; grandson Lee Jon Schmidt; and his parents. ASK A TROOPER BY TROY CHRISTIANSON Question: I read about ato a number of calls on a recent study by the AAA daily basis based on driving Foundation for traffic safe- conduct and many other issues ty, found that nearly 80% and actions occurring on our of drivers expressed signifi- highways. While we do not cant anger, aggression or specifically track "road rage" road rage behind the wheel incidents, I can provide statis- at least once in the previ- tics on the number of incidents ous year. How many "road related to driving conduct and rage" incidents are reported other issues. to the State Patrol on a year- Driving Complaints: ly basis? 57,465 (2015) Answer: Troopers respond 33,865 (2016 to-date) From left: Host Dwayne Barker, Champion Johnny Larson, Host Judy Schoborg. Submitted photo .... CLASSIFIED 507-274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 Josh Knakmuhs; First Flight ed.". ................. Tom Kite Dan Melheim; Second Keep your head down and Flight - Matt Fox; Third we'll see you on the course. Flight - Doug Prins; Fourth Flight - Jake Lubben; Fifth '; :i,'. :' COURT NEWS July 29 - August 5, 2016 Speeding: $125.00 Allen S. Poplow, Butterfield, MN $135.00 - David A. Hansen, Storden, MN; Ryan J. Rothfus, Hartford, IA Gun Pointing Incidents:return them. $145.00-Daniel N. Onsomu, 119 (2015) *Report aggressive driving Windom, MN 76 (2016 to-date) (vehicle description, license Seat belt violation: Signs of an aggressive driv- number, location). er: *Always buckle up to $110.00- Raylor M. Rose, *Ignore traffic signalsmaintain proper seating posi- Windom, MN *Speed and tailgate tion in case of abrupt driving Failure to stop: $135.00 *Weave in and out of traffic maneuvers. - Dustin K. Leckie, W'mdom, *Make improper lane Report Aggressive Drivers: MN; Shea L. Manns, White changes frequently and *Find a safe place to call Bear Lake, MN abruptly 911 ATV-operation on roads *Pass on the shoulder *Be prepared to provide and rights of way prnhib- *Make hand and facial ges- location, vehicle description Red: $135.00 - Lukas R. tures and license plate. Dewall, Dundee, MN *Scream, honk and flashIf you have any questions Driving after revoca- lights, concerning traffic related laws If confronted by an aggres- or issues in Minnesota send tion: $285.00 - Scott A. sive driver, you should: your questions to Sgt. Troy Mathiowetz, Mt. Lake, MN; *Get out of their way. Christianson - Minnesota State (2) Scott A. Mathiowetz, Mt. *Stay calm- reaching your Patrol at 2900 48th Street Lake destination safely is your goal. NW, Rochester MN 55901-Driving after suspen- *Do not challenge them.5848. (Or reach him at, Troy. sion/revocation/caneella- *Avoid eye contact. Christianson@state.mn.us) tion: $285.00 - David S. *Ignore gestures and don't Sengmany, Mt. Lake, MN Tamper with motor vehicle/enter w/o owner permission: $285.00 - Kyle R. Anderson, Estherville, IA, unsupervised probation 6 mo Drugs: $85.00 - Sylvia, L. Garcia, Norcross, GA DWI:$1,110.00 - Jessica R. Hansen, Jeffers, MN - Local Confinement: stayed 90 days for 1 yr; chemical dependency evaluation/treat- ment follow recommenda- tions of evaluation; remain law-ab!ding; Supervised probation, 1 Yr Domestic assault: $85.00 - James R. Stiles, Windom, MN, Supervised probation, 3 Yrs; Local Confinement: 365 Days, stayed 289 days for 2 yrs, Credit for time served: 51 Days; chemical dependency evaluation/treat- ment, already done but fol- low recommendations' e & area subscibers & readers IPIES 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 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. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - At the recent city council meeting there was a request to change the street name South Delaware in the Wood duckAddition to Wood Duck Court. There was no action at this time but the idea of having a committee of property owners and a city council member to look at the possibilities was discussed. Lamberton News - 2016 Sanborn Watermelon Days royalty named Monday evening at the Sanborn Ballroom. Cassidy Gode was named Queen, American Basquez as Princess and Brenna Pabst as Little Miss. Flower show results are: Watermelon theme - Christy McCone Heckathorn; Under 12: Cut flowers - Lilly McCone; Fairy Garden - Kaylie Morrissey; Adult: Cut flowers - Sue Juenemann; Potted plants - Jim Rebstock; Fairy Garden - Katrina Schenk. Murray County News - The Christian Reformed Church of Chandler celebrated their 100th anniversary this past weekend. August 31, 1916 a meeting was held at the Lutheran Church in Chandler to begin to organize for the Chandler Christian Reformed Church. They built their first church in 1918. In 1947 the council meetings were written in English, not in Dutch, for the first time. The Dutch services were discontinued in 1950. Tracy Headlight Herald - Dave Algyer is organizing an effort to form a Flying Club in Tracy. Algyer, has been flying planes at the Tracy Airport since the 1990s. He says the advantage of a flying club, is that the shared ownership makes flying and access to an airplane much more affordable. For information call 507-828-4584. Windom Citizen - The Windom-to-Mt. Lake leg of the Highway 60 expansion project is underway -- sort of. For the past several weeks, MnDOT officials have been quietly buying land between Mt. Lake and Windom, expanding the right-of-way to fit the proj- ect. This seven mile stretch is the last piece of two-lane roadway on the diagonal route between Sioux City and Minneapolis. Construction on the four-lane expansion is expected to start in the spring of 2017 and be completed in the fall of 2018.