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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, August 18, 2004 Pa COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT August 6-12, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 - Jaekie Sue Tyler, Westbrook, MN; Patricia Lynn Shifflett, Owatonna, MN, DL suspend- ed 5-7-04 reinstate 8-11-04; Leonard Otto Angermeier, Rockford, MN $120.00 - John Julius Vreeman, Maple Grove, MN; Cheryl Lyn Engelstad, Windom, MN: Christine Ann Gay, St. James, MN, DL suspended 12/8/03, reinstate 8/10-04; Harrison Robert Warmington, Mankato, MN, DL suspended 6-14-04 rein- state 8-11-04 $130.00 - Douglas Edward Boyle, Prior Lake, MN; Bounma Chanthalangsy, Magnolia, MN $170.00 - Brian Joseph Kral, Hanska, MN $220.00 - Jonathan Lee Osland, Revere, MN Issue Dishonored Check: $146.15, restitu- tion $53.85 - Anthony John Bryan, LeSeuer, MN, forfeit bail to pay fine and restitu- tion, rvs. Domestic Asslt.: Justin Allen Hesby, Windom, MN, jail/prison - stayed 90 days 1 yr., supervised probation 1 yr., no msd. or > violation 1 yr., apology to court 2 weeks, gc/gb, pay fine on schedule, rvs Open Bottle: $370.00, stayed $100.00 - Joseph Clyde Runkle, Fulda, MN, no msd. or > viols. 1 yr. rvs pay fine on schedule Dog at Large: $95.00 - Michael Thomas Bogle, Windom, MN Stop Sign Violation: $120.00 - Grace Lucy Gruber, Windom, MN Possess Underage : $170.00 - Matthew Russell Ludvigson, Windom, MN Underage Consump- tion: $170.00 - Alyssa Mae Derickson, Windom, MN Angle Without License: $120.00 Alan Curtis Enderson, Windom, MN Alternative field methods reduce nutrient loss Crop production meth- ods that incorporate a diver- sity of crops appears to reduce the amount of nutri- ents and soil sediment lost in drainage water, according to data from the Southwest Research and Outreach Center. One years worth of data was presented at the SWROC Summer Field Day. Preliminary findings show that nutrient loads coming from an alternative system were lower than their con- ventional counterparts. Alternative production consists of diverse crop rota- tions with small grain, corn, soybeans, buckwheat and perennials like alfalfa. It also can include cover crops, no herbicides or pesticides, and primarily green manures and livestock manure for fertilizer. Conventional production was dominated by a corn- soybean rotation and sup- ported by commercial fertil- izer, herbicides and pesti- cides. Nutrient runoff and sediment from agricultural land are one of the sources of non-point pollution (from many untraceable locations rather than a particular site) in the Minnesota River sys- tem. Agricultural conserva- tion practices on both con- ventional and alternative acres helps to reduce the total non-point nutrient load which also comes from point sources like municipal and industrial sources. SWROC soil scientist Jeff Strock said SWROC staff has collected three years of data compar- ing conventional and alter- native practices, and are doing data analysis for the remaining two years. SWROC's research plots enable testing of the differ- ent field management strate- gies on a field-sized scale resembling what occurs in an actual farm-based set- ting. Official Weather Station- 2004 OBITUARIES Lenor EIIsworth Bakken Funeral services Were held on Thursday, 'August 12 at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in rural Walnut Grove for Lenor EIIsworth Bakken with Rev. Bonnie Loman officiating, Shirley Iverson organist and Mark Warner, soloist. Interment was st St. Olaf Lutheran Cemetery, Ann Township, Cottonwood Co., MN. Casket bearers were Dennis Bakken, John Bakken, Ronald Bakken, Bob Heggerston, Frank Erickson, Mark Koblegard, AI Bakken and Harris Heggerston. Lenor EIIsworth Bakken was born August 31, 1914 on the family farm in Ann Township, Cottonwood County, MN, south of Walnut Grove, to John T. and Helga (Norsiden) Bakken. He was baptized October 3, 1914 and confirmed September 30, 1928 at St. Olaf Lutheran Church. He attended District #42 Country School, followed by two years of high school, after which he helped his father farm. Lenor was united in marriage to Muriel Johnson on October 1, 1936 at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. Following their marriage they farmed in Murray County, west of St. Olaf Church until 1944, when they moved to the family farm in Ann Township, Cottonwood County. They moved to Walnut Grove in 1980. Muriel passed away September 14, 1984. Lenor married Eleanor Iverson March 12, 1988. Following their marriage, they split their time between Walnut Grove and the farm at Lamberton. He was a lifetime member of St. Olaf Lutheran Church. He was very active and held many offices over the years. Lenor was a member of the Lions Club, served on the Ann Township Board and also worked for the Walnut Grove Pagaent. He enjoyed guns, hunting and fishing, and loved spending time with his family and friends. He is survived by his wife Eleaner (Iverson) Bakken of Walnut Grove; children, Sandra (Gary) Olson of Elysian; Lee (Phyllis) Bakken of Westbrook; and Kim Bakken of Walnut Grove; four step children, Ellen (Ken) Amsdoff; Glen (Joan) Iverson; Kern (Shirley) Iverson and Bruce Iverson; 7 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren 7 step grandchil- dren and 3 step great grandchildren; two sisters-in-law, Marjorie (Kenneth)Bakken and Marge (Harry) Bakken. He is preceded in death by his parents, wife Muriel, broth- Births Caleb Scott Kleven Paul and Kelly Kleven of Austin, MN, are the parents of a son, Caleb Scott, bora August 4, 2004. Caleb weighed 8 lbs. 1 oz. and was 20-1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Roger and Linda Kleven of Walnut Grove and Albert and Carol Purdy of Albert Lea, MN. Great grandparents are Henry Kleven of Walnut Grove, Leonard Johnson of Webster City, IA, Phyllis Scherb of Albert Lea, and LuVern Purdy of Alden, MN. SW Research and Outreach Center University of Minnesota Lambert,m, MN 56152 Historic Precip(tn) Cure. Precip (in) Soil Temp IF) Cum.(since 5/1) Date Air Te (F) Air Temp (F) Daib' Since Mav I Da. Aperage Co GDD I I Ill I I II IItl[ I I I Max Mn M" Min Cmrrem HLvtotic 2" 4" $" Current Hioric 8 10 67 51 81 56 0.00 15.71 11.94 68 67 68 1510 1752 8 11 64 47 80 55 0.00 15.71 12.00 68 66 66 1517 1770 8-12 64 49 82 58 0.02 15.73 12.05 66 64 64 1524 1789 8 13 68 50 82 58 0.00 15.73 12.14 71 68 67 1533 1809 8 14 73 44 81 56 0.00 15.73 12.25 72 69 68 1545 1827 8 15 77 45 81 58 0.00 15.73 12.36 74 70 69 1568 1846 8 16 75 49 82 58 1.28 17.01 12.45 70 68 67 1571 1866 i i i I i iiiii ] Readings are recorded at 8am for the prt.'itm 24-hour period iIistoric Records are for  MN I961-2083 Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers& readers 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. 'our convenience we have added a toll- can also be brdered by phone / tree number at our Westbrook Oice Card or Visa t 1.800-41 0-1859 It you have questions / or would like to place Oleson's Mercontlle HOyt 011 & Convenience " fan ad or order pfintinc Griffiths Grocery Store I please call the above number. Researchers study soybean disease links Plant breeders and plant pathologists are studying possible links between two of the most sig- nificant soybean production issues. They're monitoring possible connections between Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) and Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN). The two plant condi- tions have shown up in some of the same locations, including test plots operated by the University of Minnesota's Southwest Research and Outreach Center in southwestern MN. "We know that many of the areas studied for IDC also show high populations of SCN," said SWROC plant breeding scientist Lori Scott. IDC is a nutrient deficiency that affects the ability of soybean plants to absorb iron. It is often the cause of a stunted, yellowish appearance and reduced yields. It can show up in parts of fields rather than entire field sections. SCN is a microscopic roundworm that attacks soybean plants through their root systems. With smaller, nematode impacted roots, soybean plants often show restricted develop- ment followed by lower yields. Scott is looking to see whether genetic resist- ance to IDC is associated with genetic resistance to SCN. It's possible that the presence of one condition makes plants more suscepti- ble to the other or more impacted by its symptoms. She added that the two con- ditions co-existing in the same plants could have cumulative impacts, a com- bined loss of productivity greater that what either condition would produce by itself in a moderate stage. "It's something that has to be watched and possibly addressed in research," Scott said. Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Klasse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 50%274-6166 Verona Violet Herbst Celebration of Life services held on Thursday, August 12, Trinity Lutheran Church, Jeffers, Verona Violet Herbst, with Barbara Jewell officiating. Maria Carter and vocalist was Quade, violin solo by Devon Honorary bearers were grandch Kelli Koob, Tiffanie Ewy, Erik Lindsay Einertson, Lori Nelson, Hemmingsen. Casket bearers Rick Musegades, Buzz Holck, Harry Michels, Musegades, Earl Crowell and Mike Crowell. Jeffers Cemetery, Jeffers, MN. Verona Violet Herbst was born November 23, Jeffers, MN to the late Carl H. and Alma W.C. Senst. At an early age she was baptized in township, Cottonwood County and later confirmed Lutheran Church in Jeffers. She lived in Township for five years and then in Jeffers until She received her education in the Jeffers Public graduating in the Class of 1940. On September 17, 1941, Verona was united in to Christian Herman Herbst at Trinity Lutheran Jeffers. This marriage was blessed with two Nydeen and Wandalee. After marriage, Verona and lived in Jeffers until 1946 when they moved onto different farms through the years in rural Storden. In they moved into Storden into their current on Sorenson Street. Recently, Verona's health had declining and was in a hospice at home. It was she passed away peacefully on Monday afternoon, 9, 2004, at the age of 82 years. Through the years, was a loving wife and mother who was a Christian with a strong belief in God. Verona was a Iongtime, active member of the Lutheran Church in Jeffers where she taught Sunday for twenty-five years, served in the ladies aid for years, and quilted. She also was very much involved communities as she worked for RSVP and WesCAP years, volunteered for hair cutting at the Good Home in Westbrook for over twenty years, the Economy Clothing Store in Storden for many belonged to Home Council, was a 4-H leader Neighborettes for many years. In 1991, Verona and received an outstanding senior citizen award. Also, had several enjoyments which included collecting baking, traveling, and cooking for grandchildren. Her family who mourns her passing includes her h Christian Herbst of Storden, two daughters, Nydeen Koob (David) of Jeffers; Wandalee Einertson Westbrook; six grandchildren and five great-grandch Cody and Carli Nelson, Halley and Makayla Ewy; Hemmingsen; and one sister-in-law, Lama Senst of CO. Verona is preceded in death by her parents; one Alvin Senst; and one sister, Vera Musegades. Agnes Juliet Schneider Funeral services were held on Friday, August 13, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Westbrook, Agnes Juliet Schneider. Rev. Gerald D. Giese Rhonda Wojahn Swanson was the organist, with Swanson, trombone and Karen Wojahn, harp. qojnes Schneider did vocal music, and Elizabeth and ahn a duet. Agnes Juliet Schneider was born January 5, 1906 and Martha (Hofstad) Iverson in Highwater Cottonwood County, near Lamberton, MN. She was tized and confirmed in Hanska, MN. She received cation attending rural country school, Sunn Highwater Township. In her early years, Agnes enjoyed horseback - cats and dogs, the milk cows and the chickens, ice snow skiing, taking the buggy to town, piano dancing. Agnes was also very active in all the tines; cooking, baking, gardening and preserving, hand work, dressmaking and welcoming family, neighbors to their home; Eureka Farm. On December 20, 1929, Agnes married Harry at the Nora Free Church parsonage in Hanska, MN. made their home in RosehUl Township where they and raised their three children. Anges was a homemaker and entered and won through the MN Farm Bureau baking contests. She baking, sewing, crocheting, knitting, embroidery, needlepoint. Countless individuals, including relatives, have afghans, doilies, spreads, .table runners, wall hangings. Her children and grandchildren strive tomatch her peerless pies --the tatting is too As a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, she Sunday School teacher and Ladies Aid president. active in the community, she served as a Westbrook's first Hospital Board, was a member Hospital Auxiliary and Birthday Club. She was her humorous; memorized Scandinavian readings bridal showers and wedding anniversaries. For several years, Agnes resided at the Westbrook Samaritan Center where she died on August 2, 2004. was 98 years old. Survivors include two daughters: Romelle Wojahn, Windom, MN; Anita (Grover) Bynum, one son: Ronald (Betty) Schneider, Spicer, MN; eight children; Michael Wojahn, Rhonda Swanson, Johnson, Deborah Bynum, Belinda Bynum, Grover III, David Schneider, Lynne Wilmot; ten Paul, Elizabeth and Emily Wojahn, I Swanson, Suzanne, and Megan Schneider, Samuel Wilmot, 1 Johnson and Megan Johnson; and one brother and /emon and Corinne iverson, both of Lamberton, MN. Preceding her in death were her parents, husband and grandson, Thaddeus Eric Bynum. Also arrival are her beloved deceased siblings: Iver, Raymond, Pearl and Marlow. Find us on the Web www.lyon- siouxpress.com th over 50% of all illnesses caused or . aggravated by polluted indoor dir . . . Why not get them clean?:: Our truck.moanted Power.Vac the source of air eontaminanon Out {hi entire heang, uemiation and conditionireg P/stem ABSOLUTELY NO CHEMICALSI Holt's Cleaning Se00ce, Inc. 507-831-2128or800-246-2128 Windom MN