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SENTINEL TmBUNE ON Pa 00cor:E) Wednesday, Januuary 16, 2013 Page 2 q:)BITUARIES Elmer Alex Deutschmann COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT Curtis Ernest Nelson Memorial Services for Curtis Nelson were held at First Presbyterian Church, Wilmont, MN January 9, 2013. Interment was at Sunset Rest Cemetery, Rushmore, MN. Military honor accorded by the Wilmont VFW Post. Send condolences visit totz- kefuneralhome.com. Curtis,77, died at his home Saturday, January 5, 2013. Curtis Nelson was born on May 31, 1935 on the family farm near Hadley, MN to Albert and Elizabeth Kuehl Nelson. He attended Country School District #115 and later Slayton High School. Curtis worked as a hired man and in March 1954 enlisted in the United States Air Force. He acquired his GED during this time. On August 28, 1955 he married Norma Lawrence. Following their marriage they made their home on the Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter, SC. Following Curtis honorable discharge in November 1957 they farmed with Norma's parents. In 1959 they rented a farm north of Wilmont and farmed until 1971 when they sold the farm and moved to Wilmont. Curtis then began trucking for Sather Cookie Company, eventually bought his own truck. He retired in 1997. Following his retirement, he stayed busy doing summer trucking for Zinns of Lake Park, IA. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Wilmont for over 50 years serving as Trustee and Elder. Curtis loved spending time with family especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He enjoyed shooting pool, hunting and fishing. Survivors include his wife Norma Nelson, Wilmont, MN; chil- dren, Curtis Nelson, Sioux Falls, SD, Keeda (Dale) Pfundt, Windom, MN, Steven Nelson, LaSalle, CO, Allen Nelson, Sibley, IA, Deanne Nelson von Wald, Owatonna, MN, and Daniel Nelson and Lora Swank, Wilmont, MN; eight grandchildren; seven step- grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; brother, Eldon (Elvera) Nelson, Hadley, MN, sister, Betty (Ernest) Engelkes, Slayton, MN, sister-in-law, Sadona Pearson of Shakopee, MN. Preceding him in death were his parents; brother, Lewis Nelson; grandson, Zachariah Nelson. Gloria E. Jacobs Funeral services for Gloria E. Jacobs were held Monday at English Lutheran Church, Walnut Grove, MN. Interment was in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfu- neralservice.com. Gloria, 90, Walnut Grove died Thursday, January 10, 2013 at Edgebrook Care Center in Edgerton. Gloria was born July 17, 1922 on a farm near Westbrook to August and Louisa (Eichner) Mischke. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. She attended several country schools and graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1940, and later from Minneapolis Business College. Gloria worked at the Walnut Grove Creamery and for PCA in Redwood Falls for a number of years. On September 24, 1946 Gloria was united in marriage to Dwight Jacobs at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. Together the couple lived south of Walnut Grove all their married life. Se worked at the Walnut Grove Sales Barn and served as secretary it English Lutheran Church until her retirement. Gloria moved ino Country View Apartments in 2007. She was active at the Wild,r Museum and was in the pageant for many years. Gloria was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary, 20th Century Club, and Keenagers Club. She also worked as an ambulance EMT. Gloria was very active in church with the Santal Mission, WELCA, quilting group, choir, teaching Sunday School, and assisting Dwight as janitor. She enjoyed gardening, especialily growing flowers, traveling, reading, and doing crossword puzzles. Gloria loved doing needlework and spending time with her family. Survivors include her children: Gary (Janet) Jacobs, Wells, Lorna (Charles) Dibley, Vermillion, SD, and Luana (Randy) Van Maanen,Lismore; 8 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; sister- in-law Janet Mischke of Westbrook; many special nephews; and other relatives and friends. Preceding her in death were her parents; husband Dwight March 1994; brothers Marvin and Willard "Bud" Mischke. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU t/17 28/27 Partly cloudy. I-- 1/18 tt19 36116 19/-2 Partly Windy with a cloudy, mix of sun Highs in the and clouds. mid 30s and lows in the mid teens. c 2009 Ameri Sun 1/20 6/-8 -2/-6 Cloudy with Cloudy with flurries, flurries. Highs in the Highs 0 to - mid single 4F and lows - digits and 4 to -8F. lows -6 to - 10F. ]n Profile Hometol Funeral services for Elmer Alex Deutschmann were held Thursday, January 10, 2013 at Lutheran Church of Our Savior, Windom, MN. Interment was at Pleasant View Cemetery, Dovray Township, Dovray, MN. Elmer Alex Deutschmann was born on September 1, 1922, in Murray County, Minnesota to the late George Alexander and Selma (Zoeller) Deutschmann. He received his education in Dovray Township and later received his GED in 1971. Elmer was baptized on October 8, 1922, in his home at the fam- ily farm and later confirmed on April 2, 1939, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Iona. On September 28, 1946, Elmer was united in marriage to Mildred Evelyn Lowe at the First United Methodist Church in Winona, MN. After marriage, Elmer and Mildred made their home in Dovray Township, Murray County, MN, Litchfield, rural Windom where they made it their home for many years. Elmer was an insurance broker. Through the years, Elmer was a longtime member of the Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Windom where he was actively involved with various offices including, Elder, Congregational Chairman and Trustee. He was a Presidential Elector, a member of the Minnesota Insurance Commission Board, a member of the Board of Directors for the Good Samaritan Society, active with the Farmers Union and the Minnesota DFL. In July of 2011, Elmer became a resident of the Good Samaritan Society-Sogge Memorial in Windom where he passed away on January 7, 2013, at the age of 90 years. Survivors include his children, Charles (Nancy) Deutschmann, Madison, S D; Evelyn Deutschmann, Estherville, Iowa; Edward (Gloria)'Deutschmann, of Hastings; Steven (Ruth) Deutschmann, Mankato; 14 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; sister, Grace Dalbotten, Denver, CO; brother-in-law, Donald Konz, Pine City; and many nieces, nephews and friends. Preceding him in death were his parents; wife, Mildred E. Deutschmann; sisters, Hilda Deutschmann and Alice Konz. Esther Paplow Funeral services for Esther Joyce Paplow were held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at First Lutheran Church in Dundee. Interment was in First Lutheran Cemetery in Dundee. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfuneralservice. com. Esther Joyce Paplow age 84 of Westbrook, formerly Dundee, passed away Saturday, January 5, 2013 at the Westbrook Good Samaritan Care Center. Esther Joyce Paplow was born October 10, 1928 in Sibley, Iowa to Henry and Katherine (Janssen) Weets: She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. Esther attended Lime Lake Country School near Avoca. Esther and her sister Ramona took care of chickens and sold eggs to raise money, with which they bought a guitar. Her childhood dream was to go to Nashville and become a country singer. On March 23, 1947 Esther was united in marriage to Raymond Paplow in Heron Lake. Together the couple lived and farmed near Dundee until 1990 when they moved to Westbrook. On September 29, 2003 Raymond passed away. Esther entered the Fulda Nursing Home on September 30, 2009. On October 23, 2009 she moved to Westbrook Good Samaritan where she has resided sin..Esther was a member of the Red Hat Society and long-time member of First Lutheran Church in Dundee where she was active in Ladies Aid, quilting club, and Bible study. She enjoyed quilting, crochet- ing, and baking brownies, banana bread, and other wonderful goodies. Esther loved watching the boy's wrestling matches, Dundee boy's softball tournament, the Vikings and Twins. She also enjoyed fishing, cleaning ducks, geese, and bullheads, and comparing prices for grocery shopping. Esther loved spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Esther is survived by her children: James (Sherri) Paplow of Dundee, Donald (Paula) Paplow of Dundee, Linda (John) Madson of Westbrook, Ronald (Suzie) Paplow of Dundee, and Lee (Tisha) Paplow of Dundee; grandchildren: Ashley (Travis) Kottke, Kelsey Paplow, Johanna (Michael) Leonelli, Christopher (Amy) Paplow, Whitney Paplow, Chad Paplow, Curt (Shannon) Madson, Ryan (Juliane) Paplow, Lacey Paplow, Jace Paplow, and Ivy Paplow; and great grandchildren: Taelor, Ella, and Ava Leonelli, Jenna, Blake, Sophie, and Halle Paplow, and Raymond Paplow. She is also survived by brothers: Richard (Mabel) Weets of Lakefield, Rev. Raymond (Joann) Weets of Des Moines, IA, Roger (Marcia) Weets of Lake Wilson, and Robert (Gall) Weets of Holland; and sisters-in-law: Lois Stark of Eagle Grove, IA and Alice Weets of Tyler. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Raymond, and siblings Geraldine, Lawrence, Ramona, Henry, Frank, Marjorie, and Jerry. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-61361 or 800-410-1859 January 8-10, 2013 Speeding: $130.00 - Day Htoo, Worthington, MN $140.00 Shawn C. Swanson, Fulda, MN Extra fishing line: $130.00 - Dustin J. Post, Okabena, MN Driving without valid license: $180.00 - Jameson Techitong, Windom, MN Uninsured vehicle: $200.00 - Jameson Techitong, Windom, MN Entering agricultural land for outdoor recreation without permission: DNR QUESTION Q: Now is the time of year when Minnesota residents can contribute to the DNR's Nongame Wildlife Checkoff Fund. What is this money used for and how does it help wildlife? A: Donations made to this fund are used by the DNR's Nongame Wildlife program for a number of statewide efforts to help protect and manage the state's "nongame" wildlife species. Nongame wildlife species includes more than 700 kinds of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibi- ans, fish, butterflies and selected invertebrates that are not traditionally hunted or harvested. This also includes conservation efforts for threatened and endangered species. Specifically, the species that have benefited from these efforts are bald eagles, trumpeter swans, peregrine falcons, eastern bluebirds, Blanding's turtles, bats, tim- ber rattlesnakes, great blue herons and other colonial water birds like egrets and grebes. The money also helps with land acquisition and easements to protect habitat, manage prairies, forests and wetlands, create buffer zones along lakeshores, assist pri- vate landowners and local governments with habitat $180.00 - Kevin Johnson, Storden, MN MN annual inspection decal violation: $180.00 - Michael K. Curtiss, Blue Earth, MN Disorderly conduct: $300.00 - Maryann H. Ali, Eden Prairie, MN, stayed 30 days for 1 yr, no misdemean- or violation for 1 yr, Unsupervised probation fro 1 yr Motor vehicle noise lim- its: $130.00 - Joseph L. Jurgens, Windom, MN OF THE WEEK.. management, and fund edu- cational programs. Contributions to the Nongame Wildlife Checkoff Fund can be made on the 2012 Minnesota tax form, or online at www.mndnr.gov/ eco/nongame/checkoff.html. These donations are extreme- ly important as a foundation for management of nongame wildlife because the dona- tions are also matched with funds from conservation license plates and from fed- eral state wildlife grants for nongame wildlife. seven 1) True 2) Subtle, but true 3) False 4) c 5) False Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - In this week's issue, the Fulda Free Press staff welcomes its new columnist, Linda Beerman. Her col- umn will be in the place of Irma Schwantes'. Beerman began her teaching career in 1968 in Heron Lake, in 1970 started teaching in Fulda until the end of the 2011-2012 school year, when she retired. Lamberton News - Ken and Arlene Widener lost their home and all its contents a week ago when a fire, of unknown ori- gin, destroyed their home in Lamberton. The Wideners are now situated in an apartment in Valley View Apartments. In November Ken fell and fractured two ribs with one punctur- ing his appendix. He spent 10 days in a Rochester hospital. Murray County News - The youth bowling season in Slayton began in October. Grant Tjeerdsman, Mitchell Ford, Briana Gertsema and Angel Gertsema will compete in the MN Singles Youth Bowling Tournament for a chance at their share of over 9,500 dollars in scholarships and other awards. Tracy Headlight Herald - A handsome hip-roofed barn that withstood the elements in Gales township for 74 years wit- nessed its final sunset last week. An early-morning fire destroyed a 2,000 square-foot barn at the Tom and Shannon Hook farm. The barn had been built by Tom's grandfather in 1938 Windom Citizen - Stork makes first delivery of 2013 at hospital. Zeke Allen Mathiowetz came into the world, arriv- ing at 3:39 p.m., January 5. Zeke is the son of Jenna Zamzow and Scott Mathiowetz of Windom. 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