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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON Wednesday, March 5, 2014 Page 2 OBITUARIES Bernard Orin Fultz Funeral services for Bernard Orin Fultz were held Thursday, February 27, 2014 at Tracy Lutheran Church, Tracy, MN. Burial was in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials are preferred to TracT Area Medical Foundation, TracT Area Education Foundation, or Tracy Lutheran Church building fund. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralser- vice.com. Bernard, 87, of TracT died Sunday, February 23, 2014. Bernard O. Fultz was born November 5, 1926 in TracT, MN to Homer and Ruth (Addison) Fultz. He graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1944, enlisted in the United States Army Air Force, and served until 1945. On October 20, 1946 Bernie was united in marriage to Eleanor Freeburg of Walnut Grove. The couple spent their lives farming in the TracT area and raising their family. Bernie's life was growing a family farm to include his sons and grandsons. As a progressive farmer he was open to looking at innovative and new approaches to enhance farming. He and Eleanor enjoyed attending numerous community events and supporting school activities. Bernie attended and was active in Trinity Lutheran of Walnut Grove and TracT Lutheran Church• He was involved in Toast Masters, served as clerk of Springdale Township, and was on the Federal Land Bank Board of Redwood Falls• He was also a leader of the Springdale Climber's 4-H Club, and most recently enjoyed serving with the TracT Lions. Survivors include his wife Eleanor; children: Dennis (Linda), TracT, Dean, Tracy, Laura (Steve) Iverson, Montrose, CO, Ann (Kurt) Gramith, Big Lake, and Eric (Sandra) Fultz, TracT; 14 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; siblings: Charles (Clara) Fultz, Hope, AK, Pauline Hemmingsen, Grand Island, NE, Edna Lessman, Lamberton, and Don (Eunice) Fultz, Shoreview, and sister-in-law Evelyn (Russell) Buterbaugh, TracT. Preceding him in death were his parents Homer and Ruth Fultz; son Kirk; great grandson Jack Iverson. Viola Vivian Funeral services for Viola Vivian Mitchell were held Friday, February 28, 2014 at the Westbrook Funeral Home. Interment was in Westbrook Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephens- funeralservice.com. Viola, 96, of Richfield, for- merly of Westbrook, passed away Saturday, February 22, 2014 at her home. Viola Vivian Mitchell, young- est daughter of Martha Mischke and Alexander Mitchell, was born July 12, 1917, on the fam- ily farm in Rosehill Township, Cottonwood County, MN. She was baptized in infancy at the Rosehill Lutheran Church. Viola attended District 51 school for Mitchell /~ eight years. During Viola's youth, her family joined the Immanuel Baptist Church of Westbrook, where Viola married Alton M. Refsal on December 28, 1948. A Westbrook High School graduate with the Class of 1935, Viola attended Mankato State Teacher's College, and received her four year degree in Elementary Education in 1939. Viola's first two years of teach- ir~g (1939-1941) were grades one and two at Hendricks Public School. She next moved to a kindergarten position at North Saint Paul Public School until 1943. After teaching kindergarten a year in Winona, Viola secured a Civil Service position with the United States Army Signal Corps at Arlington, Virginia, where she worked until September 1945. Viola returned to teaching with a kindergarten position in Saint Paul in 1945. Viola and Alton lived in Saint Paul, and Viola continued teaching until son Kent was born. They built a new home and moved to Richfield in October 1955, where son Todd joined the family. The Refsal family joined Oak Grove Lutheran Church in Richfield and Viola served as a Sunday School and Bible School teacher. After graduate work, Viola returned to teach kindergarten at Northgate Public School in Bloomington, Minnesota in 1968. She retired from teaching in 1982. In October of 2000, Viola and Alton moved to Woodlake Village in Richfield, where they enjoyed their new life together until Alton passed away January 25, 2002. Viola moved to Mainstreet Village of Richfield in September 2010, and resided in an independent apartment until her death on February 22. Survivors include her sons, Kent (Judy Marteniuk) of Laingsburg, Michigan; Todd of Edina, MN; grandsons Andrew and Michael of Michigan; brother Maurice Mitchell of Westbrook, MN; nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her husband Alton Refsal, par- ents, sisters Clara and Elsie Mitchell, Alice Lindstrom, Flossie Gertner, and brother Chester Mitchell, along with infant sisters Lorraine and Myrtle. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT 66 February 21-27, 2014 . Speeding: $125.00 - Jessica L. Randolph, St. Louis Park, MN; Peggy A. Clausen, Heron Lake, MN $145.00 - Blake J Fischer, f ~ I)I't "L~/17, O A I~ I; iJI IFlk/ VV !..~ I'~,'-! L! ll, - 4 Brooklyn Park, MN t .qCl t( )t )1% i Log book not current: 'w ., $135.00 - Travis G. ' • i Dammann, Luveme, MN Failure to stop: $135.00 - Timothy J. Penner, Mt. ..... nil 6 Lake, MN i111 Driving after suspen- I I• I sial: $285.00 - Dawn M. -rM Rooney, Essig, MN Last week Viking Coco Cola representative Deb Severson C.ivo poaoo offioor r,~io . , ......... 7 presentea a checl< of $688..22 ,o the Westbrook Walnut Grove name/ulrmoate/lv cara: .... T $485 00 - Tristan JHigh School. Viking Coca Cola M directs a portion of its sales of Rzaszutak, Windom, MN: the PoweradeTM products back to participating schools. From Local confinement: 30 left: Deb Severson, Shone Buchman, Sean McCIoskey, Alex days stayed for 1 yr, All • Knutson, Dayna Comnick, Elizabeth Woelber, and Leo Theisen fines, surcharges, court costs, restitution, and/or fees imposed are due on the date imposed unless the _. t court otherwise establishes I - I IyOurLOcal weamer I a due date or a payment I ~~ I ~tThu " Fd ............ ~7~-~S~fat -- .... plan. Under Minn. Stat. 316 s Sun Man 480.15, subd. 10c, anypor- n n ............ tion of a fine, surcharge, I I court cost, restitution, or m | I '.L.___L_ fee that you fail to pay by I I1' I n I n I the due date may be I I 37/21 ] 25/6 I 24114 138128 137123 referred for collection, and I c'.n mwu ITIIM~ I Windywith [Mostly I Morning Iclouds giv- ]Cloudy. clouds Highs Highs m the collection costs may be I l ~ngwayto n Highsinthe added to the amount due If I ~vl~u,- r--/~t.7 T. I ~n..Hig~in Iup r 30s , " II I 30s and lows I mid 20s and [ ternoon sun. I the uoner 30s I andlows in you have agreed to a pay- | I inthelow Ilows in the [ [ and lows in I the low 20s. melt plan but fail to pay an [ .~'. ~:':( . (~l~I I 20s I ~'~ s, oingle [ [ t heoupper [ . installment when due, the ] I , ..... " fl ........ entire amount remaining [ [ becomes due and payable and may be referred for collection. You have the .-- -----C SS ADS right to contest a referral to I u uV% M N I WORK FOR YOU collections based on inabil- I Ivl ur- r. I "." ity to pay by requesting a I ......... I hearing no later than the I I duedate. Conditions, other. ] governmentlnfo. I " HIGHWAY ,;˘) Ji May do sts or community I , I "_:'-;: "'; .... service in lieu of the fine $400 No misdemeanor [" U A.gov I 2525USHwy.59/Box213.Slayton, MN.JustSouthoflruckStop violations, or > viols I 1 1800} FED-INFO I Spring Machinery Consignmnet Auction ...... ,, , n,: ...... n , Monday, March 31r':10:00' , • Now taking consignments[ Tractors, Hay Equipment Tillage Equipment, Planters, Area new hrieŁ Skid Loaders, Trucks, Trailers, Lawn & Garden, Vehicles, Tools, Livestock Equipment & ................. More, Call early to receive full advertising benefits. Fulda Free Press - The IronHorse Chili Cook-off was held Demand is good for clean used farm machinery at the Fulda Legion/Community Center recently. Dennis Trucking Available. Pickup of machinery available Paplow received the People's Choice award; Roxey Kooiman Fair commission rates. Good loading & unloading equipment ,~ won the mild category; Fay Schurr won the medium catego- Cn-ll uunKer= noour --L'-"-! .... n i . ry; Boomer Boomgarden won the hot category. Funds raised at this event goes for scholarships. Visit our website at auctionzip.com Lamberton News - Allan Wetenkamp, Mr. Sports of Lamberton, has stepped down from doing statistics for athlet- ics at RRC. AI started keeping statistics in 1956 for boy's Celebrating Cottonwood County basketball and starting in 1980 also did girls teams, a total of I • 'r T nww tx 57 years. 'h AU I HUK Murray County News - A major water main break was 1 Jr 1 located on the comer of 26th and Oak Avenue in Slayton. bunaay, March v According to Darwin Johnson, water works dept., there was 2 to 4 p. m. a noticeable consumption of water Sat. and Sun. After locat- Your Local Weather ing the break, digging began at 9 a.m. and was completed byProgram at 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m. Cottonwood County TracT Headlight Herald - Elementary principal at Tracy Area Elem. school will be leaving her position here after the school year is completed. She has accepted a position as superintendent of the Colman-Egan district in South Dakota. Both Olson and her husband are from South Dakota and most of their family lives in South Dakota. Windom Citizen - At Tuesday's regular meeting, the city council unanimously approved Dawn Aamot, the current assistant, as the new director. Aamot received full support from both Joan Hunter and the library board. The council will now find someone to fill the assistant librarian position. Historical Society, Windom 7Authors in attendance including: • Carolyn Van Loh, Westbrook • Paula Paplow, Westbrook • Patricia Miller, Windom • Freddie Hoppert, Windom • Janelle Kaye, Windom • Michele L. 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