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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON REcom00 Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Dale N. Schmalz Funeral services for Dale N. Schmalz were held at Family of God Lutheran Church in Brooklyn Park, MN interment was in Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Dale, 80, Mora, formerly of Golden Valley, died October 4, 2013. He was born on January 19, 1933 in Westbrook, MN to Tempa and Henry Schmalz. He graduated from Westbrook High School in 1952, served in the Marines during the Korean conflict. He graduated from Dunwoody and was a 50 year Mason and Shriner. He married Joane Hollingsworth in September 1959. Survivors include his daughters - Kristine (Tom) Orluck and Nancy (Bob) DeLalley; four granddaughters; one great grandson; sister Cleo (Donn) Baker, Walnut Grove and many relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were his parents; wife, Joane; children - Sharon and DuWayne; one sister; two brothers Chase Thomas Caswell Memorial services for Chase Thomas Caswell were held October 18, 2013 at Grace United Methodist Church, Spencer, IA. Interment was at the Riverside Cemetery, Spencer, IA Chase died at the Spencer Hospital on October 14, 2013 at the age of 20 years. Chase was born on May 19, 1993 to Paul and Becky (Polzin) Casweil at the Windom Area Hospital. He was baptized at Trinity Lutheran Church in Jeffers, MN on June 27, 1993 and later confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church in Spencer, IA on May 13, 2007. Chase received his education from Spencer High School. He participaed in church as a server, attended bible camp in the summer aid went on a mission trip to New Orleans with his youth group. He also won the Volunteer of the Year award for Degree of Honor in 2007. On July 10, 2013 Chase was diagnosed with NUT Midline Carcinoma Cancer. From the very beginning to the very end he kept a positive and upbeat attitude. He fought this disease with such courage and strength. Chase enjoyed spending time with his many friends and working at McDonalds. He enjoyed spending time at the Lakes; snowboarding; target shooting, fishing, trap- ping, and hunting with his Grandpa Roger and Uncle Terry. He enjoyed the many vacations he took with this family whether it was to the ocean, to the mountains or just to the farm. Survivors include his parents, Paul and Becky; brother, Gage, Spencer; grandparents, Roger and Donna Polzin, Jeffers, MN and Charles Caswell, Westbrook, MN; great grandmother, Margaret Will, Jeffers, MN; his girlfriend, Alyssa Simpson and her son, Carson, Spencer, IA; aunts and uncles: Margo Wright and Scott Thompson, Storden, MN, Terry (Savannah) Polzin, Randall, MN, Mark Casweli, Waco, TX, Scott Caswell, Westbrook, MN; Lynn (Mauricio) Lopez of Philadelphia, PA; cousins: Dustin, Eric, Nick, Tegan, Tristan, Charlize and Olivia. SCHOOL II /I 1- IUi October 23- 4-HExecutive Babysitting Clinic registra- 'Council budget meeting, tiondeadline 6:30 pm, Extension Office October 29 4-H October 24 4-H Adventures for 3rd & 4th Adventures, 3:10-5:00 pm, graders, 3:30-5:00 pm, 4-H Fulda Elementary Building October 25 - 9th Annual October 31 4-H Boo Bash hosted by Adventures, 3:10-5:00 pm, McAmbies, 8-11 pm, 4-H FuldaElementary Building November l-RSVP due October 28 4-H for 4-H Awards Celebration Adventures for 1st & 2nd November 4 - Slayton graders, 3:30-5:00 pm, 4-H Area Babysitting Clinic, Building 3:30-5:00 pm, 4-H Building October 28 - 4-H Leader/ November 5 Slayton Volunteer/Club Officer Area Babysitting Clinic, Supper & Meeting, 5:45 pm, 3:30-5:00 pm, 4-H Building Courts Bldg. November 5 4-H October 28 4-H Federation Officers planning Federation Meeting, 7:30 supper, 6:00 pm, Grain pm, Courts Building Exchange October 28 - Slayton Area io/24 39/23 47/35 Mostly More sun Cloudy. than clouds. Highs in the Highs in the upper 30s upper 40s and lows in and lows in the low 20s. the mid 30s. 46/29 Mostly cloudy. Highs in the mid 40s and lows in the upper 20s. 55/35 Mix of Sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 50s and lows in the mid 30s. 44/30 Few showers. Highs in the mid 40s and lows in the low 30s. Kim's Katzs Trapshootingmteam For the second year in a row, 's Katzs Trapshooting Team has won both the 16 yd and handicap leagues at the Tracy Gun Club. Members from left: Don Engelkes, John Doubler, Kim Bakken, Scott Johnson, Ryan Hoffman. Submitted photo Seat belt compliance reaches record high rate in Minnesota Motorists and passengers in Minnesota are buckling up at record high rates, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic Safety. Results from DPS' annual observa- tional seat belt use survey-- conducted in June---show a 94.8 percent seat belt use rate. This marks a more than 15 percent increase in belt use since 2003; up from 93.6 per- cent in 2012. DPS officials attribute the continued increase in seat belt use to awareness and enforce- ment of the state's primary seat belt law, which became effective in June 2009. The announcement of the new seat belt use rate comes during a statewide Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement campaign that ran through Oct. 19. Despite the increase in belt use, OTS officials say there is still room for improve- ment, noting the correlation between increased belt use and the decline of unbelted deaths. "Seat belts save lives, and the increase in belt use is a positive sign that more and more people realize that," says Donna Berger, OTS director. "However, more than 100 unbelted motorists and passengers are killed every year on Minnesota roads. We ask everyone to do their part to reduce these preventable tragedies by buckling up, every ride, every time." Charting Minnesota Seat Belt Use Rates and Unbelted Deaths As seat belt use has increased, unbelted deaths have dropped: * 1986 (the year Minnesota first passed a seat belt law): Notice to Walnut Grove & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... 3ubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office lnn 1 ) .... )1859 mrlhl ii I l m If you have questions or would like Io place an ad or order printing please call the above number. Belt compliance was 20 per- cent; 280 unbelted deaths. * 2003: Belt compliance was 79.4 percent; 257 unbelt- ed deaths. * 2008: Belt use was 86.7 percent; 150 unbelted deaths. * 2012: Belt use was 93.6 percent; 116 unbelted deaths. Seat Belt Survey Results * Data were collected at 240 sites in 43 counties based on where 85 percent of the state's road deaths occurred on average from 2007-2009. 16,436 front seat occupants were observed. * Belt use rate by vehicle type: Van -- 97.3 percent; SUV -- 96.7 percent; Car -- 95.8 percent; Pickup -- 86.8 percent. Pickup occupant belt use is historically low, but has improved (up from 76 percent in 2008). * Belt use rate by gen- der: Females -- 97.5 per- cent; Males -- 92.6 percent. Both rates are up from last year: Females--95.6 percent; Males--91.9 percent. * Belt use rate by age: 0-10 -- 99.4 percent; 11-15 -- 99.2 percent; 16-29 -- 92.8 percent; 30--64 -- 95.4 percent; 65 and older -- 93.7 percent. Minnesota Seat Belt Law Drivers and passengers in all seating positions, includ- ing in the back seat, are required to be buckled up or seated in the correct child restraint. Officers will stop and ticket unbelted drivers or passengers. Seat belts must be worn correctly -- low and snug across the hips; shoulder straps should never be tucked under an arm or behind the back. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT October 11-18, 2013 Speeding: $125.00 - Michelle R. McNally, Young America, MN; Osman S. Muse, Hopkins, MN; Karrie A. Scholtes, Wilmont, MN $140. 00 - Osman S. Muse, Hopkins, MN; Ibrahim F. Burka, St. Paul, MN $145. 00 - Tanna R. Loder, Sioux Falls, SD; Sheryl R. Nelson, sioux Falls, SD Driving without endorse- ment: $135.00 - Anthony C. Nelson, Windom, MN Driving without valid license: $185.00- Alfredoz L. Ortiz, Windom, MN Passing parked emer- gency veh: $135.00 - Joel D. Stremmel, Brookings, SD 48 hour parking: $25.00 - Jose A. Melendez, St. James, MN Careless driving: $185.00 - Tiffany M. Harder, Windom, MN Off-highway vehicle- restriction on operation: $185.00 - Jordin A. Elness, Windom, MN Underage consumption: $185.00 - Connor M. Versch, New Ulm, MN No migratory waterfowl stamp validation: $135.00 - Jared K. Koch, Windom, MN Dog running: $110.00 - Daniel C. Palmer, Westbrook, MN; Sonya K. 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