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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON RECOR2E) Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Bryan John Kaale Bryan "LeRoy" Kaale age 61 of Westbrook, formerly of Isle, MN, passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at Sanford Sioux Falls Medical Center. Visitation was held Monday, September 23 at the Westbrook Funeral Home. Interment was in the Old Westbrook Lutheran Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Bryan John Kaale was born October 2, 1951 in Tyler, Minnesota to John Ross and Melba (Nerem) Kaale. He was confirmed at Old Westbrook Lutheran Church. He graduated from Lamberton High School. Bryan enlisted in the US Army in January 1986 and served as a Heavy Duty Mechanic. He received his honorable dis- charge in February of 1988. On August 18, 1994, Bryan married Luceille "Jean" Small in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. They were married for 7 years. Bryan lived on a farm for a number of years, loved to garden and work outdoors. Survivors include his brother David of Joliet, IL; sister Audrey of Mora, MN; former wife Luceille "Jean" of Westbrook; stepson Jason Small; step-grandson Brady John Bakken Small; and several cousins. Preceding him in death were his parents. PIC Chris Gullickson Chris Gullickson age 64 of Garvin passed away Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at Prairie Home Hospice in Marshall fol- lowing a long battle with cancer. Time of visitation was held 5:00- 7:00 p.m. Friday, September 20 at the Walnut Grove Funeral Home. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Chris Gullickson was born February 11, 1949 in Tracy, Minnesota to Darold "Buddy" and Donna (Bisgaard) Gullickson. He was baptized at St. Olaf Lutheran Church, rural Walnut Grove, and confirmed at Tracy Lutheran Church. He attended school in Walnut Grove. Chris worked in construction, building elevators and ethanol plants. His passion was raising exotic animals on his farm, Broken Wheel Ranch, in Garvin. The animals he raised included bears, cougars, buffalo, beefalo, yaks, watusi, and tigers. Chris enjoyed going to flea markets and collecting various items. He was anxious to escape Minnesota winters every year by going south to Arizona. He spent time walking around casinos in Laughlin, NV, attending rodeos, and sitting and watching people and cars go by. Chris spent the last two years battling cancer, and entered Prairie Home Hospice in Marshall on August 20, 2013 where he passed away on September 17, 2013 at the age of 64 years. Survivors include his sons: Cody (Sarah) Gullickson of Sherburn, MN, Ryan Gullickson of Currie, MN but currently attending college in Australia; grandchildren: Lane and Amelia Gullickson of Sherburn; siblings: Clayton (Cheryl) Gullickson of Garvin, Cookie (Scott) Parker of Revere, Darla Gullickson of Winthrop, and Lesa Olson of Laughlin, NV; and nieces and neph- ews. Preceding him in death were his parents, Buddy and Donna Gullickson. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph,i 274-61361 or 800-410-1859 16TH AHUA AmnsTs' 51 a 39 LOCATIONS Your Local Weather 9/26 82/59 Windy with a few clouds. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 50s. 9n7. 78/50 A few thun- derstorms possible. + : Sat ++; Stm- 9/28 + 99 58/43 69/48 Showers pos- Partly sible. Highs cloudy. in the upper Highs in the 50s and lows upper 60s in the low and lows in 40s. the upper 40s. :: Mon 9/30 72/46 Partly cloudy. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the mid 40s. Charger B Squad wins 2 more games Stephanie Comnick Coach The Chargers hosted SWC Tuesday night. Sophie Horkey led the team in digs with 9, followed by Emma Woelber with 8, Kaylee Mischke with 7, and Payton Determan and Juliana Peterson each with 6 digs. Woelber ran the offense with 7 set assists in the night. Deziree Koenig led the team in attack kills with 3 fol- lowed by Peterson, Mischke, and Determan putting down 2 kills a piece. The Chargers served a total of 19 ace serves against SWC. Determan had a great night at the line with 8 ace serves, Woelber followed with 6, Peterson had 3, and Mischke had 2 ace serves. The Charger B squad traveled to Fulda Thursday night. Sophie Horkey lit up the back row digging up 14 balls. Emma Woelber and Payton Determan picked up 9 digs a piece, followed by Kaylee Mischke with 6, and Makenna Takle and Juliana Peterson with 4 digs each. Woelber ran the offense with 21 set assists in the night. Determan led the team in kills with 3, Deziree Koenig put down 2 kills, and Juliana Peterson and Mischke had 1 kill each. Koenig also had a big solo block for a point. Serving was led by Woelber with 4 ace serves, Peterson had 3, Horkey served 2 aces, and Koenig and Mischke each had 1 ace serve a piece. Experience a Bug's Life By Margie Anderson 4-H Program Coordinator 4-H Adventures for MCC and Fulda elementary stu- dents will focus on insects, our feathery friends, and spi- ders. This after-school pro- gram is for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders; older students are encouraged to come and help. 4-H Adventures at Fulda will be on Thursdays from 3:10 to 5:00 p.m. at the ele- mentary school cafeteria on October 3, 10, 24 and 31. 4-H Adventures in Slayton will be held at the 4-H Building in Slayton from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. First and second graders attend on Mondays-October 7, 14, 21 and 28; third and d PETS MADE EASY. USA.9ov ] {800) I,'[';D INI"O fourth graders attend on Tuesdays-October 8, 15", 22 and 29 (October 15 session ONLY from 12:15 to 1:45 to accommodate early school dismissal). We'll explore what hap- pens in an insect's life-cycle, see through the eyes of insects, experience first-hand what a duck goes through in an oil spill, and test our math skills by making a spi- der web. Cost is just $4 per session; receive a discount for taking all four sessions. Register at the Community Ed Office or contact the Murray County Extension Office by September 27. 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Seat belt/No proof of insurance/Uninsured vehi- cle: $280.00 - Joseph Anthony G Glanzer, Windom, MN Proof of insurance: $200.00 - Joseph Andrew Glanzer, Windom, M-N Obstruct legal process: $385.00- Wayne Christopher McKay, Mt. Lake, MN; no same or sim; psychological eval./ trtnmt, and foil. rec.; take meds in prescribed dos- age and freq.; write letter of apology Driving w/o valid license/ Proof of insurance: $385.00 Jose Mario Alviso- Hernandez, Windom, MN Uninsured vehicle: $285.00 - Jessica Irene Booze, Mt. Lake, MN Underage drinking/driv- ing: $385.00- Austin Gabriel Helhnan, Bancroft, IA Under 21 consumption: $185.00 - Samantha Ryan Jacobson, Orange City, IA Seat belt: $110.00 Bradlee James Burdick, Heron Lake, MN; Lonnie Le Cochran, Tracy, MN CFR-Brake(s) beyond readjustment limits: $230.00 - Larry Wayne Heyer, Britt, IA Display cancelled/stolen/ revoked plates: $380.00 - Michael Dean Hanson, Jeffers, MN Driving w/o valid license: $185.00 - Jose Cruz Rubalcava, Jr., Windom, MN Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Students, relatives, and friends in Fulda have been asked to take the Do Not Text and Drive Pledge. On Monday, Fulda kicked off the challenge, with cellphones in hand ready to make the first pledge. The challenge ended noon on Friday, September 20. Lamberton News - A sale was held on the Iverson farm, which has had a reputation of being quite active in purchas- ing items that were rather new and not available to many people. The well-attended sale brough out bidders and those interested in seeing what was on the auction listing. A 1909 IHC # 15 tractor on steel with a gas 15 h.p. single engine, brought a record $170,000. A man from Belgium had been to the Iverson farmsite a few days before the sale and had gone home. He bid that figure using the phone. Murray County News - Painted Prairie Vineyard, near Dovray is gearing up for theft years grape harvest. The vineyard started in 2006, becoming licensed to sell their vintages in 2011. This year their wine was entered in the 2013 International Cold Climate Wine Competition in August at the U of MN St. Paul Conference Center. The 2012 Frontenac wine earned a silver medal at the competi- tion. Tracy Headlight Herald - The Tracy Friends of the Library group is planning a book sale to raise money to help pur- chase items on the library's "wish list" and support other projects. Windom Citizen - Windom's Riverfest tradition appears to be over. 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