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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, August 11.2004 Page COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT.COURT COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISTRICT COURT July 30-August 5, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 - Alan Ray Pals, Eagan, MN; David Kent Buckman, Minnetonka, MN; James Alan Schmidt, Wykoff, MN; Stephen Thomas Williams, Plano, TX; Peter Mark Pescher, Edina, MN; Genaro Hernandez Rios, Mission, TX $120.00 - Gregory Lee Porth, Windom, MN; Sally Ann Damron, Sioux Falls, SD; Jeri Ann Lyon, Martin, SD; Carissa Larane Dotseth, Plymouth, MN; Harley Warren Rote, Sioux Falls, SD $130.00 - Justin Alan Miller, Waseca, MN $140.00 - Linda Ruth Nerness, Windom, MN; Matthew Joseph Dailey, Mitchell, SD; Keng Nivong, Mt. Lake. MN; Tamar Latrice Walker, Madelia, MN $170.00 - Erin Ann Dumke, Windom, MN; Gregory Michael Mucha, Jeannette, PA Careless Driving: $170.00 - John Ralph Schmidt, Windom, MN Expired Tabs, Plates Novo.: $90.00 Justin Thomas Easterday, Heron Lake, MN Barking Dog: $100.00 - Justin Lee Patrick Flaherty, Windom, MN Underage Consump- tion: $270.00 - Amber Joy Rhubee, Jeffers, MN, pay today and remainder by 9/15/04; $270.00 - Melanie Joy Beam, Windom, MN, jail/prison - stayed 10 days 1 yr., unsupervised probation 1 yr., pay as ordered, no nkisd. > viols. 1 yr., Pay $200 today and bal. by 9/1/04; $170.19 - Maggie Rae Ackerman, Wohington, MN Inattentive Driving- Accd.: $170.00 - Tyler Mclain Bonser, Windom, MN, pay today Fail to Yield Accident: $170.00, stayed $50.00 - Brian John Kremmin, Windom, MN, pay as ordered, no same/similar 1 yr., pay today Garbage, Junk: $170.00, stayed $50.00 James Mattot Grunewald, Mt. Lake, MN, pay as ordered, no same/similar 1 yr., pay 1/2 by 8;9 and remain by 8-23 Disobey Stop Sign: $120.00 - William Robert Kenny, Brooklyn Center, MN, pay today; Christopher Eric Dauer, Springfield, MN, pay or appeal within 10 days No Proof Ins., Driving After Suspension: $400.00 - To Xayavong, Mpls., MN, jail/prison - stayed 10 days 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr., fine to be taken from bail No Seatbelt: $95.00 Khamsene Souryavong, Mt. Lake, MN Speeding, No MN DL- Texas Revoked, Fail to Produce Ins.: $420.00 - Jose Fideocio Botello, Mission, TX, jail/prison stayed 10 days 1 yr., pay today, no misd. > viols. 1 yr. Angle With Illegal Hook: $100.00 - Nick Nicasio Olivares, Worthington, MN Unsafe Lane Use: $120.00 - Stacy Lynn Mellen, St. Peter, MN Speeding, DAS: $170.00 - Narongsack Alex Pheng- douangdeth, ' Butterfield, MN, (1)DAS charge stayed for 6 mos., no misd. > offens- es, obtain DL in 6 mos., (2) continued for dismissal, 6 mos., no further viol. and have DL, then dismiss Failure to Yield: $120.00 - Aaron Christopher Foreman, Windom, MN Dog at Large: $95.00 - Steve Joseph Hiniker, Windom, MN August 14,15,16,17 We are located at the junctions of Hwy. 14 & 71. Sanborn, MN SAT0000O00N O00HER$ Something for every- one at Farmfest By Carolyn Van Loh Sentinel Tribune The 2004 Farmfest had everything a farmer needs. including rain and sunshine. Rain on Tuesday didn't seem to dampen the spirits of those visiting the grounds southeast of Redwood Falls. Those who were prepared, opened their umbrellas. Several exhibitors gave away free rain ponchos that visitors eagerly wore to pro- tect themselves from the rain. Hearty individuals who wouldn't let a little rain hamper their activities walked around unprotected. Weather conditions at the site presented no reason to be alarmed, and most of the people had no idea what their friends back home along 1-90 were experiencing as rain and strong winds stormed through the area. The big stories each day included visits, forums, and debates by elected officials from the local level to the national level. They dis- cussed issues of concern to the agricultural industry and sought to gain support- ers for their election in November. Did Farmfest 2004 live BASEMENT WALLS L/CRACKED OR BOWED?I WET BASEMENTS! 1 * Wall Anchor Systems &-"-IICAI !J Footing Repair w, r00r00,n00S00s* il Designed For Your WATERWORKS : Specific Needs *MIBIBIr IfllBB* FREE ESTIMATES WRITITN UFETIME WARRANTY 1-800-795-1204 Email:amwaterworks @ [ [ i IIIIIIIIII Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & readers Several exhibitors were prepared for rainy weather, and free rain ponchos were ular with Farmfest visitors on Tuesday when rain fell most of the day. up to expectations? Yes. Over 500 exhibitors from around the Midwest had displays. Seed plots demonstrated the merits of growing the differ- ent varieties and brands of seed. Burgers, chops, and a host of other foods for sale kept up the energy of those attending Farmfest. The craft tent presented various programs throughout the 3- day event, and crafters offered their wares for sale. It's Threshing Bee time in Butterfield Voss Park grove will be loaded with antique gas engines big and small, not to mention scale models. A steam building houses a per- manent display of stationary steam engines. There will be a stock antique tractor pull held on Saturday afternoon. The pioneer town repli- cated early Butterfield with a school, general store, church, homestead, grist mill, print shop, saddle shop, liver), and more. Each has working displays show- ing how early Butterfield thrived. Pioneer crafts like spinning, weaving, doll mak- ing and broom making are on-going, and the many antique collections will delight all. Continuous entertain- ment on stage from Friday night through Sunday will feature outstanding blue- grass bands. And the audi- ence can watch in shaded comfort with a multitude of food available on the grounds. Sunday morning the 9 a.m. open air church service will feature many of the bluegrass groups. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- Find the Rest of the Story in the Sentinel Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Klasse Sales & Service For the 38th year the Butterfield Threshermen will hold their annual Steam and Gas Engine Show Saturday and Sunday, August 21-22 at Voss Park on the west edge of Butterfield, MN, just off Minn. Hwy 60 in southwest Minnesota. In the past this 2-day event featuring antique tractors, engines, cars and machinery as well as pioneer town and crafts has drawn upwards of 25,000 people. Parking is free, and the shaded Voss Park camp- ground along Butterfield Lake is available. Five steam engines and several antique tractors will thresh 10 acres of oats. Over 200 antique tractors from Rumelys to Hart Parrs will be on display and parade each afternoon at 2:15 p.m. along with classic cars and trucks. This year's classic cars' display will feature classic Cushman scooters. The many attractions include woodcutting by a saw mill, lathe mill, shingle mill and much more. The A drop box for various news items is located at the... Oleson" s Mercantile 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. Westbrook, Mn. 507-274-6166 )ur convenience we have added a toll. con also beordered by phone free number at our / Westbrook Office using your 1.800-410-1859 New If you have questions " . lot would like to place an ad or order printin(. "  please call the above number. This little girl will have to wait a few years before she i big enough to operate this Mwnmower on exhibit Farmfest. OBITUARIES Mar qaret I. Ourada Margaret I. Ourad, age 84, of Mankato, and Alexandria, died Thursday, July 29, 2004 at Laurers Assisted Living. Funeral Mass was held Monday, Aug 2004, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. held at St, Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Alexandria. Margaret was born on October 23, 1919 in Okabena to Leslie and Hazel (Yetter) Titus. A Class of 1937 of Okabena High School, Margaret graduated from Teachers College in 1939. During World War II she at a munitions plant in Ogden, UT. On March 2, 1! Margaret married Stephen Joseph Ourada in Ogden, They moved to Walnut Grove where she began raising children. In 1955 they moved to Mankato. Mrs. worked for Slater Food Service, preparing food at State College, before owning and operating Adel's Cafe. a few years she also worked as a cook for Mankato School. in 1976 Margaret purchased and operated Alexandria Skyline Motel. She retired in 1982 when she her husband began to winter in Lakeland, FL and Alexandria. For ten years she and her husband ran the Club in Lakeland, of which they were long-time former member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in and a Current member of St. John the Baptist Church. Margaret was active in its women's groups. enjoyed travel, reading and quilting. 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