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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ()N R0000C0RE) Wednesday, February 27, 2013 Page 2 O1 IITUARIES S e c "]'i( ) LindaStolp indivi,.:lual Mass of CTaristian Burial for Linda Stolp were held February 26, 2013 at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Milroy. Interment was in St. wrestling Michael's Catholic Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Linda Joanne Stolp, 52 of Milroy died on Friday, February 22, 2013 at her home. Linda was born March 26, 1960 in Granite Falls, MN to James and Joanne (Wambeke) Matthys. She was baptized and confirmed at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Cottonwood. Linda graduated from Echo Wood Lake High School in 1978. On July 18, 1981 she was united in marriage to Jay Stolp at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Milroy. They resided on a farm near Milroy. Linda worked various jobs, mot recently at the Milroy School where she was the head cook for 20 years before retiring due to her ill- ness. She also helped out on the farm and worked at home raising her two children. Linda fought a courageous battle with cancer since being diagnosed in 2002. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church where she was a member of the CCW. Linda enjoyed sewing, collecting dolls and Indian artifacts, read- ing, cooking, and baking. She loved golfing, snowmobiling, gar- dening, and fishing. Linda also enjoyed bowling, playing cards, and spending time with her friends. Survivors include her husband Jay; children Dustin Stolp and Tiffany (Cole) Guetter, both of Milroy; parents James and Joanne Matthys of Wood Lake; siblings: Brenda (Chris) Petersen of St. Cloud, FL, Lisa (Mark) Cuhel of Winsted, and Scott (Bonnie) Matthys of Wood Lake; and many other relatives and friends. Preceding her in death were her grandparents, uncle Donald Wambeke, and nephew Tyler. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT February 19-21, 2013 $130.00: Christina M. Speeding: $120.00 - Hanson, Windom, MN Thomas J. Ellingson, Permit offense/ Belview, MN, Oliviah M. Uninsured vehicle/fail to Walker, Minneapolis, MN; submit register within 10 Thomas A. Cummings, days: $480.00 - Billy J. Topeka, KS; Mark R. Lopez Martin, Windom, MN Scharnberg, Everly, IA Prohibited lights: $120.00 Driving after suspension: Austin J. Ludvigson, $280.00 - Erika G. Lopez, Windom, MN Jeffers, MN; John J. Open bottle/underage Minessali, Jr., Windom, MN; drinking: $280.00 - Tara E. Benjamin W. Davison, Mohlencamp, Windom, MN Storden, MN; Alejandro Open bottle: $180.00 - Mendez, Jr., Windom, MN Santos G. Pena, Windom, $300.00 Duangchanh MN Naxay, Brooklyn Park, MN Dog disturbing the peace: CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR You Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 By Karl Campbell, coach Here is a run down of how section wrestling went. 106-Daulton Carlson, 9th grader, went 1-2 and was one match away from plac- ing in the top six. This was Daulton's first section tour- nament. ll3-Nash Mayer, 7th grader, went 0-2. Nash is and undersized 113 pound- er, but it was good for him to getto experience partici- pating in the section tourna- ment. 120-Devin Skalek, 10th grader, went 1-2 and was also one match from plac- ing. This was Devin's first section tournament. 126-Logan Axford, 9th grader, went 2-2 and fin- ished third. Logan lost in the finals, and then lost a heart breaker in the true sec- ond match giving up a take- down in the closing seconds to lose 6-5 after leading the entire match. Logan fin- ished 5th as an eighth grader last year at 106. Logan fin- ishes the season at 29-10 132-Caleb Christian, 1 lth grader, went 2-2 but did not place. Caleb lost his last match in overtime one match short of the medal rounds. Caleb finished the season 16-17 138-Sterling Schwartz , 1 l th grader, went 0-2 and did not place. This was Sterling's first section tour- nament. 145-Anthony Koch, 8th grader, went 1-3. He lost a close match in the semi's 8-5 to the eventual champi- on. he re aggravated an injury in the next match and ultimately defaulted the 5th place match to finish 6th. This was his first section tournament and he finished the season 13-13. 152-Austin Peterson, 12th grade, went 4-1 and finished third. Austin lost his semi match 3-2 on a controversial "no call" on a takedown that he should have been awarded as time expired in the match. The takedown would have secured him a victory and a trip to the state tournament. Austin wrestled very well in this tournament, and fin- ished the season with a 23-12 record. 160-Brennon Cooley, 9th grader, went 0-2. This was his first section tourny. 170-Tanner Michelson, 12th grader, went 3-2 to fin- ish fourth. Tanner finished the year with 13 wins and a fourth place medal after placing fifth last year. 182-Pietro Margato, 12th grade foreign exchange stu- dent, went 0-2. This was his first section tourny and first year of wrestling. 195-Jake Peterson, 12th grade, went 0-2 in his first section tournament and first year of wrestling. 220-Brandon Balsavage, 10th grader, sprained his ankle the last practice prior to the tournament and did not compete. Coaches closing com- ments: Austin and Logan came as close as you can to making the state tournament without making it which was very disappointing for all of us. We had 12 guys entered in the tournament and for eight of them this was their first time compet- ing at a section individual tournament. We had a very young/inexperience team this year and the section results were indicative to that. Our high school wres- tling banquet is scheduled for March 10 at 6:00 at the Caboose, and the public is welcome. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-61361 or 800-410-1859 Your Loca Weather U l Fri :Sat : Sun 3/2 3, 29/21 Cloudy. Highs in the upper 20s and lows in the low 20s. I 27/14 Cloudy. Highs in the upper 20s and lows in the mid teens. Mon 3/4 ......... .,6= 28/17 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 20s and lows in the upper teens. 2009Amerb 36/29 34/24 Partly Snow show- cloudy, ers at times. Highs in the Highs in the mid 30s and mid 30s and lows in the lows in the upper 20s. mid 20s. in Profiie Hometo I Answers for the.Science Quiz on page eight l) False 12) b 13) F alse 14) c nt Servi Notice to Walnut Grove & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... ,harmacy Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 /e inn For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office 1-800-410-1859 I1 you have questions or mould like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. Lady B-Squad Falls to MLA By Coach Adam Conference and 2-18 over- Kletscher all. Even though their record MLA 50 WWG does not show a lot of wins, 16 the girls showed great The Chargers took on the improvement throughout Mountain Lake Area the season. They had a great Wolverines last Monday in never give up attitude and Westbrook. It was the final worked hard day in and day game of the season for the out. Members of the 2012- girls. The Chargers strug- 2013 B-squad were: Mady gled against Mountain Johnson, Kaylee Mischke, Lake, who played a great Marki Hubin, Juliana game holding the Chargers Pederson, McKenzie to only 16 points. Emma DePrez, Mariah Olson, Woelber 9 points, Mady Morgan Dennistoun, Johnson 3 points, McKenzie Natalie Villegas, Brianna DePrez 2 points, and Marki Schoenenberger, Emma Hubin 2 points. Woelber, Avoree Bakken The Chargers finished and Kenna Wahl. the season 2-14 in the Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Three $500.00 scholarships were pre- sented to area students recently during the 10th Annual Iron Horse Chili Cookout and Feed that was held at the Fulda Legion/Community Hall. Receiving scholarships were Maggie Malathip, Worthington; Andy Oakland, Fulda; and Jenny Vanden Bosch, Pipestone. Lamberton News - Lefty and Sharon Coulter were the final milkers in the area. February 14 their dairy herd had been shipped out that afternoon. The cows leaving was a mixture of sadness and relief. Relief that the 7-days/week milking chores were done and sadness in that a change was coming in their lifestyle. Bruce Maas, Walnut Grove purchased some of the Coulter's cow, price ranging from $t200 to $1350 per COW. Murray County. News - Murray County Central's Athletic Director James Wajer has already made a name for himself in this community as a great leader and a man who does many things. This past week, he added another title to his already long list of great achievements, and that title is the President- elect of the MN Fastpitch Coaches Assn. Tracy Headlight Herald - Monentum appears to be growing for the choice of a mechanical plant as the solution to Tracy's wastewater treatment needs. A memo to the Tracy City Council from City Administrator Roger Gorius suggested that the city's consulting engineers are leaning toward the recom- mendation of a mechanical plant. This is not the fmal recom- mendation from the engineers. Windom Citizen - Windom's theater is on track to run out of new releases in late-March. Fewer movie companies are mak- ing moves on 35 millimeter. 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