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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON REc op4E) Wednesday, August 31,2011 Page 2 OBITUARY Lorinda Joy Grefsrud Funeral services were held Monday, August 29, 2011, at Minnehaha Communion Lutheran Church, Mpls., MN for Lorinda Joy Grefsrud. Lorinda Joy Grefsmd was born June 15, 1956 in Crosby, ND to Rev. Earl C. and Priscilla (Sorkness) Grefsrud. Lorinda was raised in MN, and moved to CA with her husband, Larry Maxwell, where she worked for Calpine. She was an active member and officer at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Santa Clara, CA. She is survived by her husband, Larry; parents, Rev. Earl C. and Priscilla Grefsrud; brother, Mark (Sue Fisher) Grefsrud; sister Pauline (Terry Frovik) Gustafon, nieces and nephews. Glenn Dale Olson Memorial service for Glenn Olson was held on Friday, August 26, 2011, at the Cremation Society of Minnesota, Edina Chapel. Private interment at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Glenn passed away August 20, 2011, suddenly at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, MN. Glenn Dale Olson was born April 14, 1932 to Elmer and Bertha (Bashans) Olson in Westbrook, MN. He attended country school until 8th grade and then quit to help on the family farm. He was drafted into the United States Army and served in the Tank Division. He was sent to Japan to await orders to serve in the Korean War, but that ceased before he saw any action. After the Army, Glenn came home and helped on the farm until he married Janet Lou (Peterson) Ewy on July 14, 1967. They lived in Westbrook until moving to North Mankato in 1998. Glenn worked at The Tore Company for 25 years and retired in 1994. He also helped at the Shady Drive Inn of Westbrook, Storden, and Siayton for 13 years until his family sold the busi- ness in 1993. In his retirement, Glenn enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He was an avid gardener, loved to put puzzles together, and do word searches. Survivors include his children, Rick (Brenda) Ewy, Terry (Tiffany) Ewy, Lori (Sam) Henkels, Brenda Herman, Shannon (Crystal) Olson; and 14 grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents; wife, brother, Sterling; sister, Viola Cooley. Vernon Edwin Oberg Vernon Edwin Oberg age 78 of Medford, Oregon died Thursday August 25, 2011. Vernon Edwin Oberg was born on January 11, 1933, in Shelbume Township; he was the son of Arthur and Emma Oberg. He was baptized in Sillrud Lutheran Church He grew up on a farm by Balaton MN. In 1938 Vernon's fam- ily moved to a farm north of Walnut Grove, MNa. He attended school in Walnut Grove and graduated in 1951. Vernon left on July 17, 1951 for basic training at Great Lakes, IL. He was in the U.S. Navy for four years, stationed at Whidbey Island north of Seattle, WA and Honolulu, HI. Vernon attended the University of Minnesota and received a degree in Forestry. After graduation Vernon resided in Oregon working for the U.S. Forest Service. On July 12 1975 Vernon married Patricia Lull- Dungan they resided in Medford, OR. Patricia passed away on January 15, 1996. On June 26, 1999 Vernon married Jolene DeRose. They resided in Medford, OR. Vernon enjoyed hunting, fishing and camping. He was a mem- ber of the Oregon Hunters Association and a lifetime member of the National Riffle Association. He was a member of the Walnut Grove Alfred Nelson American Legion Post #267. He was a member of Lutheran Churches in the Rogue Valley. Survivors include his wife Jolene of Medford; one stepchild; 2 grand stepchildren; brothers, Wilbur Oberg, Walnut Grove, MN; Marvin (Marjorie) Oberg, Milroy, MN; David (Jean) Oberg, Littleton, CO. and sister Diane (Vernon) Krentz, Hutchinson, MN, and nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death were his parents Arthur and Emma Oberg and his first wife Patricia Lull-Dnngan. Burial was in the Jacksonville Cemetery in Medford, OR. Jean Caroline (WendO Johnson Funeral Services for Jean Caroline (We tt) Johnson are sched- uled for 11 a.m. Friday, September 2, 2011 at The Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 14980 Diamond Path, Rosemount. Visitation will be 4-7 p.m. Thursday, September 1, 2011 at the Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, 14850 Garrett Avenue, Apple Valley, and 1 hour prior to services at the church. Memorials may be sent to the Building Fund at Our Savior Lutheran church in Rosemount, MN. Jean Caroline (Wendt) Johnson, 78, born September 15, 1932 in Springfield, MN, died August 28, 2011 in Apple Valley, MN. Survivors include her husband Donald; sons Donald Lee, Rosemount and Charles (Kathy), Omaha, NE; grandchildren Brianna, Samantha, Emilee, Kyle and Mathew; brothers James, Big Lake, Kenneth, San Tan Valley, AZ, David, Rosemount and Curtis (Pinky), St. Paul; sister Carol Hoffmann (Allan), San Tan Valley, AZ; sister-in-law, Stella Cohrs, Westbrook; many nieces and nephews; many friends. Preceding her in death were her parents Opal and Wiibert Wendt; brothers Donald and Robert. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 COTTONWOOD August 15-18, 2011 Speeding: $120.00 - Joan V. Buhnaan, Oak Grove, MN Driver's license required: $130.00 - Shawn W. Burden, Sanborn, MN Fail to renew registra- tion: $130.00 - Dean P. Wersal, Sanborn, MN Seat belt required: $105.00 - Theodore J. Winter, Fulda, MN; Bradley A. Knakmuhs, Westbrook, MN Issued dishonored check: $44.04 - Kerry L. Byam, Slayton, MN, no misdemean- or violations, or greater for 1 yr., pay $75 to food shelf; $75.00 - Rebecca S. Swenson, Storden, MN, restitution $125.94 Under age drinking/ domestic assault: $200.00 - Kavette L. John, Wingate, NC, local confmement - 30 days, stayed 27 for 1 yr, no misdemeanor violations, unsupervised probation Under age drinking: $180.00 - Paul H. Brandt, Windom, MN; Philip Johnson III, Windom, MN; Jesse L. Kieper, Springfield, MN Driving after cancella- tion: $305.00/seat belt required Thongkhan Nunthavong, Mt. Lake, MN Driving after cancella- tion: $80.00 - Thongkhan Nunthavong, Mt. Lake, local confinement - 30 days, stayed 27 days for 1 yr Possess/sale small amount of marijuana: $130.00 Bryan A. Lormeman, Windom, MN August 19-25, 2011 Speeding: $120.00 - Maggie L. Holden, St. James, MN Windows tinted to dark: $130.00 - Sheela J. Riley, Lamberton, MN Trailer not equipped with saffety chains or per- manent cables: $180.00 - Michael P. Doescher, Heron Lake,, MN DWI: $605.00 - Allen S. Poplow, Butterfield, MN, local confinement stayed 30 days for 1 yr, me misdemean- or violations for 1 yr, chemi- cal dependenc' eval/treat-. CLASSIFIED l ADS WORK FOR I You Sentinel Tribune available at: Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Store Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn COUNTY COURT ment within 30 days, follow recommendation of eval., attend MADD Impact panel, unsupervised probation 1 yr; Wayne A. Reinken, Storden, MN, local confinement stayed 30 days for 1 yr, me misdemeanor violations for 1 yr, chemical dependency eval/treatment within 30 days, follow recommendation of eval., attend MADD Impact panel, supervised pro- bation 1 yr; Disorderly conduct: $230.00 - Act Amphai, Mt. Lake, MN, no misdemeanor violations, or greater for 1 yr Obstruct legal process: $330.00 - Brian J. Glynn, Windom, MN, no misde- meanor violations, or greater for 1 yr, local confinement stayed 30 days for 1 yr Driving after suspension: $380.00 - Gloria A. Grunst, Windom, MN, no misde- meanor violations, or greater for 6 months, get legally licensed and pay fine Issue dishonored check: $130.00 - Leah M. Hanish, Jeffers, biN, Restitution $107.66 Harassment: $80.00 Bounmy Xayavong, Mt. Lake, MN, no same or simi- lar, violations for 1 yr and pay fine, local confinement 60 days stayed 40 days for 1 yr Seat Belt violation: $105.00 - David D. Roiger, Springfield, MN Failure to display cur- rent registration: $110.00 - Kyle D. Connolly, Mokena, IL Must carry proof of ins when operating vehicle: $280.00 - Brooke A. Bennett, Slayton, MN 4tb deg. intentional dam- age: $50.00 - Chantharath J. Rathsavong, Mt. Lake, MN Disorderly condueffdriv- er fail to give information at accident/driving after revo- cation:S280.00 - Chantharath J. Rathsavong, Mt. Lake, M'N, local confinement 60 days Answers for the Science Quiz on page eight 1) True 2) False 3) False 4) True 5) True 6) True 7) Earth around the Sun 8) One year 9) True 10) False 11) True Changes to medicare enrollment periods There are important chang- Stand Alone Part D plan from es in the Medicare enrollment January 1, 2012 through periods. If you do not make February 14, 2012. If you changes during these new make this change in January enrollment periods, in most you will be returned to cases you will not be able to Original Medicare February make changes again until 1, 2012. However, if you 2013. wait until February you will Medicare Annual Election not be returned to Original Period October 15 through Medicare until March 1, December7,2011: Thedates 2012. of the Medicare Annual The Senior LinkAge Election Period have changed Line is a free service of the for 2011. If you wish to Minnesota Board on Aging, change Medicare Part D or as well as the State Health Medicare Advantage cover- Insurance Assistance age for 2012, all changes Program (SHIP). Specialists must be made between provide one-to-one assistance October 15, 2011 and with all Medicare and health December 7, 2011. Coverage insurance issues and also pro- will then begin January 1, vide in-depth long-term care 2012. options counseling. Call Medicare Advantage 1-800-333-2433 for assis- Disenrollment Period January tance or go to www. 1 through February 14, 2012: to chat You have an opportunity to live with a Senior LinkAge disenroll from a Medicare Line specialist. Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare with a 89/66 More sun than clouds. Highs in the upper 80s and lows in the mid 60s. 74/51 Scattered thunder- storms possi- ble. 73/51 Showers. Highsmthe low 70s and lows in the low 50s. 68/5O Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 60s and lows in the low 50s. 69/5O Sunny. Highs in the upper 60s and lows in the low 50s. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Elaine Kirsch was one of 2,100 walkers who participated in the Susan O. Korman 3-Day for the Cure held August 19-21 in the Twin Cities. She walked with her daughters, Jen, Cheri and Susan. Lamberton News - Area residents who attended the Farm Fest festivities, and registered at one of the vendors for door prizes are receiving calls informing them they won a vacation prize package. Farm Fest has a policy which forbids vaca- tions to be given away. The caller requests a credit card num- ber, but so far no one has given that information. They do not know which vendor is involved with this scum. Slayton - Rowdy Eisfeld is originally from Hadly and bought his business, Rowdy's Radiator, in October of 1999 from Jim Lang. After two or three additions he grew out of his former business and has moved to a grain storage unit near Highway 59. Tracy Headlight Herald - Dust was flying, and combines were crunching Saturday in Milroy at the Fire Department's Pull and Crash Day. Organizers estimate about 700 people attended the event. The fire dept. raised about $5,000, which they intend to put towards equipment for their water tanker truck. Windom Citizen - Cottonwood County officials have learned that the county landfill could face a penalty as a result of high leachate levels. The problem stems from high levels of leach- ate (liquids containing suspended solids) sitting above a landfill cell liner. The county is required to maintain a mini- mal level of leachate on the liner. Notice to Walnut 6rove & area subscrib!rs & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Mercantile 507-859-2600 next to the Walnut 6rove Post Office. 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