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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON RECOR])_ Wednesday, November 7, 2012 Page 2 C)BITUARIES Ida Van Gelderen Memorial Services for Ida Mae Van Gelderen were held Friday November 2, 2012 at the Walnut Grove United Methodist Church. Private family burial is in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Ida Mac Van Gelderen, 95, of Walnut Grove died on Friday, October 26, 2012 at her home. Ida Mac Van Gelderen was bom April 11, 1917 in Sibley, Iowa to Jerry and Fannie (Voss) Janssen. She graduated from Sibley Public School and in later years attended floral design school. On September 11, 1940 she was united in marriage to Jake Van Gelderen in Sibley, IA. They farmed near Sibley until purchasing a farm south of Walnut Grove in 1951, where they continued to live until their retirement in 1988. The couple then moved to their home in town where Ida has resided since. Ida worked as a florist out of her own home. Ida was a charter member of the Holly Friendship Flower Club, and was a very active member of her church. She enjoyed craft shows, crocheting, gardening, painting, cooking, and fishing. Survivors include her children: Jean (Bill) Johnson of Pine Top, AZ, Joyce Ewy, Jack (Vicki) Van Gelderen, and Gary (Sue) Van Gelderen, all of Walnut Grove; 8 grandchildren; 16 great grand- children; and many other relatives and friends. Preceding her in death were her parents; husband Jake on May 19, 2002; 5 brothers, and 3 sisters. William Lloyd Ashmore A memorial service for William Lloyd Ashmore was held Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 11 a.m. at Calvary Lutheran Church, Park Rapids, with Pastors Stephen Norby and Sara Jensen officiating. Funeral services are scheduled for Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 1 p.m. at Nazareth Lutheran Church, Armstrong, lawa, with Pastor Vance Toivonen officiating. Inurement will follow at Armstrong Grove Cemetery. William died November 1, 2012, at his lake home near Nevis, Minnesota, at the age of 73. Bill, son of William L. and Olive (Weaver) Ashmore, was born May 22, 1939, in Ellendale, ND. He graduated from Ellendale High School in 1957. He attended Ellendale State Teachers College graduating June 1961. That fall Bill began his 38-year teaching and coaching career in the public schools of Walnut Grove, MN, Mound High School, Armstrong High School in Armstrong, IA, JoEllen Ruth Carlson and Bill were married on June 16, 1962, in Minneapolis. He and Jo moved to their lake home near Nevis in November 2002. He enjoyed spending time with friends, family and especially grandchildren. In Armstrong, Bill was a member of Nazareth Lutheran Church, Armstrong Betterment Club, Kiwanis and a charter member of Armstrong Heritage Museum. He served as mayor and was on the city council. After moving to Minnesota, he was a member of Calvary Lutheran Church in Park Rapids, Nordskogen Lodge of Sons of Norway and a volunteer book sale worker for the Friends of the Park Rapids Area Library. Survivors include his wife JoEllen; sons Jeffrey (Lisa), Bloomfield, Iowa and Michael, Anchorage, Alaska; 1 grandson; 1 granddaughter; sister Elizabeth (aria) Sundre, Lubbock, Texas; brothers Thomas (Sally) Ashmore, Fairview, Texas and LaVern (Marilyn) Hedblom,f Mitchell, South Dakota; brothers-in-law Robert (Sherrie) Carlson and Harald (Nancy) Eriksen, ,Minneapolis, many other relatives and friends friends. Preceding him in death were his parents; sister Margaret Edwards; parents-in-law Harold, Mabel and Astrid Carlson. HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM Lowell Tjentland, who is in charge of researching Cottonwood County&apos;s Civil War veterans, spoke at the Heritage House Museum annual meeting November 1. Results of that research will be recorded in the mili- tary kiosk coming to the county museum. Below is a sample of Civil War trivia you missed by not attend- lng. *No one from Cottonwood County volun- teered to serve in the union army during the Civil War because no one was living here at that time. Vets moved to the area to claim a homestead. *Over 300 Civil War vet- erans lived in Cottonwood County. *Joseph F. Bean (Company F, MN cavalry) has a family connection to the L.L. Bean Company. *General Stephen Miller presided over the execution of 38 Dakotas in Mankato in December 1862. He was state governor from 1864- 1866 before moving to Windom for his job as a railroad man in the 1870s and died in Worthington. *Hughes M. Graley, Windom, was a confederate soldier who did time in a Paw camp. In exchange for his freedom, he joined the union army and went west to Ft. Ridgeley. *Military units often had ethnic ties--all Norwegian, German, etc. The museum needs more volunteers and funding. Call president Gene Larson for more information. Lowell Tjentland talked about the Civil War ant the impact it had on Cottonwood County. Submitted photo .Janet Timmerman to <00SuCUSS S.- D a ko t a w a r a t S,,, : Janet Timmerman will give a presentation, "Red Earth, White Road: Experiences of the LaFramboise Family During the U.S.- Dakota War of 1862," at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7, in Charter Hall 201 on the campus of SMSU. "The violence of the U.S. Dakota War killed hun- dreds, shattered thousands of lives and forced a whole people from their home- lands. The Euro-Dakota children of fur trader Joseph LaFramboise were caught within that dynamic situa- tion and searched day-to- day for safety from both U.S. troops and Dakota warriors. Their story expresses the complexity of that conflict and its after- math," said Timmerman. Sun Mon 11/12 52/36 Mainly sunny. Highs in the low 50s and lows in the mid 30s. 51145 Mostly cloudy. Highs in the low 50s and lows in the mid 40s. 69/29 Windy with times of sun and clouds. 34/23 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 30s and lows in the low 20s. 34/24 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 30s and lows in the mid 20s. This is the opening event for the traveling museum exhibit "Commemorating Controversy: The Dakota- U.S. War of 1862," which will be on display in the SMSU Social Science Museum from Nov. 5-29. The presentation is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the Southwest Minnesota Regional Research Center, the SMSU Answers for the Science Quiz on page eight 1) True 2) a 3) F alse 4) icebergs 5) False Social Science Museum, the SMSU Social Science Department, the SMSU Oyate Club, the SMSU History Club and the Society for the Study of Local and Regional History. For more information contact Jan Louwagie at 507-537-7373; Jan. Louwagie@smsu.edu Notice to Walnut Grove & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... ubai Food Store 07-859-2160 For gour conuenience there is a toll-free number at our Igestbrook Office 1-800-410-.1859 If gou haue questions or mould like to place an ad or order printing please call the aboue number. ASK A TROOPER My mother just bought one of those electric wheel chairs. Can she drive on the walking paths at the nearby park? It says no motorized vehicles so I was wondering if her electric wheelchair is considered a motorized vehicle? Yes your mother is legal. We are seeing a lot of them out and about, so I will get a little more detailed about their legal operation for you and anyone else concerned. M.S.S. 169.212 talks specifi- cally about the operation of electric personal assistive mobility devices [EPMD]. Our law says that a person operating one of these has the rights and responsibilities of a pedestrian. The law allows an EPMD to be operated on a bicycle path. You should note that no person may oper- ate them on a roadway, side- walk, or bicycle path at a rate of speed that is not reasonable and prudent under the condi- tions. Every person operating one on a roadway, sidewalk, or bicycle path is responsible for becoming and remaining aware of the actual and poten- tial hazards then existing on the roadway or sidewalk and must use due care in operat- ing the device. Keep in mind that an EPMD may be operated on a roadway only while making a direct crossing in a marked or unmarked crosswalk; where no sidewalk is available; where a sidewalk is so obstructed as to prevent safe use; when so directed by a traffic-control device or by a peace officer; or temporarily in order to gain access to a motor vehicle. EPMDs may not be oper- ated at any time on a roadway with a speed limit of more than 35 miles per hour except to make a direct crossing of the roadway in a marked crosswalk. They also may not be operated at any time while carrying more than one per- son. A person operating on a sidewalk must yield the right- of-way to pedestrians at all times. A person operating one on a bicycle path must yield the right-of-way to bicycles at all times. As far as equip- ment, an EPMD, may not be operated unless they bear reflectorized material on the front, back, and wheels, visi- ble at night from 600 feet when illuminated by the lower beams of headlamps of a motor vehicle. A local road authority may not further regulate the opera- tion of an EPMD, except that a local road authority may allow and regulate the opera- tion of these devices on road- ways within its jurisdiction that have a speed limit of more than 35 miles per hour. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Two members of the Fulda FFA Chapter were awarded the American FFA Degree at the 85th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. Kirsten Pagel, a 2010 graduate of Fulda High School is a junior Agriculture major at the U of MN. John Salentiny, a 2011 graduate of Fulda High School is a sophomore Agriculture major at SDSU. This is the highest honor the National FFA can bestow on its members. Only one half of one percent of national membershi p meets the criteria for the award. LdmGei:tofi News - A 16ubl[c'rneefir/g conGerning hafiges" in the Postal Service in Lamberton brought out a crowd of 58 last Thursday. Keeping suggestion notes at the meeting was Jane Olsem of the Fulda office. Those suggestions would be forwarded to postal officials and an answer of the newly established hours would be forthcoming within seven days. The changes would be implemented after January 12. Murray County News - A decorating contest was held this past week at the Murray County Medical Center. The first place door was decorated by the Lab. 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