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P4 SENTINEL TRIBUNE N Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Page 2 OBITUARIES Frances Joan The&en Mass of Christian burial celebrating the life of Frances Joan Theisen, of Upsala was held November 10, 2011 at St. Mary',. Catholic Church in Upsala. Michael Kellogg officiated, was in the St. Francis etery following the service. Frances, 90, died Sunday, November 6, at Mother Nursing Home in Albany. Frances was born March 11 1921 to John and Anna (Wuertz) Schramel in Lake Henry Mr. She lived in Lake Henry until marrying Marcellus Theisen on September 23, 1941 in Lake Henry. The couple lived in Cold Spring, Lake Henry, and St. Francis before moving to Upsala in 1982 where she lived nearly the rest of her life. Frances was a loving mother and home-maker raising eight children and helping her husband on the farm. Frances also had a passion for gar- dening, flowers, baking, cooking, and spoiling her grandchil- dren. She was on the advisory board for the Albany hospital, the St. Francis and St. Mary's Christian Mothers, and was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church of Upsala where she served as a sacristan for many years. Survivors include her husband Marcellus Theisen, Albany; her children Rich (Jennie) Theisen, Maple Grove; John (Trish) Theisen, Sauk Rapids; Jerry (Joan) Theisen, Bowlus; Bob (Judy) Theisen, Freeport; Leo (Janet) Theisen, Walnut Grove; Linda Theisen, Coon Rapids; Ken (Nancy) Theisen, Plymouth; and her 16 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her parents John and Anna Schramel; her son Jim who was killed in combat in Vietnam; her infant children Mary and Joseph; and her siblings Sr. Lumena Schramel O.S.B., Alvina Ethen, Ida Schoenborn, Edmund Schramel, Doris Jennissen, Lorraine Ruff, Anna Moser, John Schramel, Mike Schramel, Regina Winter, and infant siblings Gennivie and Crylla Schramel. David Buysse Funeral services for David C. November 11 at Tracy Lutheran Church. Interment was in the Tracy City Cemetery, Tracy. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuner- David, 59, Tracy died Sunday, November 6, 2011 at Sanford Medical Center in Sioux Falls, SD, after an extended illness with pulmo- nary fibrosis. David C. Buysse was born December 11,1951 in Marshall, MN to Cyril and Sophie (Labat) Buysse. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Tracy. David graduated from Tracy High ed in the National Guard in 1971 the infantry in Tracy and later in Buysse were held Friday, School in 1970. He enlist- and served for 20 years in artillery in Marshall. On December 6, 1980 he was united in marriage to Susan Gibbons. David lived in the Tracy area all his life spending a short time in Virginia while working for Schwans, Centennial Homes, Tracy and Marshall National Guard Armories, SMSU, and Sanford Tracy Medical. He was a member of the Tracy Fire Department, was a Scoutmaster of Troop 31. David enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, gardening, and watching TV. Survivors include his wife Sue; children: Jennifer (Stacy) Varpness, Cottonwood, Troy Buysse, Moose Lake, Sara (Josh) Swenhaugen, Tracy, and Mark (Ashley) Buysse, Tracy; 7 grandchildren; mother Sophie Buysse of Tracy; siblings: Kathleen (Ken) Garrett, Willmington, NC, Car01e (Bill) Craig, Dassel, Dan (Deb) Buysse, Tracy, Bev (Myron) Kovash, Livingston, MT, and Cheryl (Mike) Eischens, Minnetonka, mother-in-law Shirley Gibbons, Sgt. Bluff, IA, sister-in-law Sheila Gibbons, Boone, IA, brothers-in-law, Craig (Sherry) Gibbons, Ft. Dodge, IA and Randy (Jani) Gibbons, Worthing, SD; and many other relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were his father Cyril; infant brother Roger; nephew Brian Buysse; father-in-law Ronald Gibbons; brother-in-law David Gibbons. Buy, Sell, or in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-61361 or 800-410-1859 & area subscribers & readers HELP WANTED LAND FOR SALE Georgia Ann Smith COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT Funeral services for Georgia Ann Smith were held at Christ Lutheran Church in Slayton, November3-9, 2011 Robert Allen Hudson, Mt. MN on November 11, 2011 Speeding: $130.00 - Lake, Mr; Brenda Dawn with Rev. Ted Kunze officiat- Darlene Elaine Fischer,Esau-Harder, Mr. Lake, MN; Avoca, MN $140.00- Gerald Leonard Lorry Rasmussen, ing. The organist was Alice Wilbert Vajgrt, Worthington, Mt. Lake, MN Magnus with special music by MN; Lisa Lynette Mischke, Driving after suspension: Heidi Winter. The pallbearers Westbrook, MN $280.00 - Tanaya Marie were Jordon Dibble, Anthony DWh $180.00 - Jared JayRenquist, Windom, MN Conrad, Erin Johnson, Noah Lohse, Heron Lake, MN Johnson, Eric Johnson, andSeat belt:$105.00 Paul Vosberg. Interment is at Slayton Memorial Gardens Slayton, MN. To send condo- lencesvisittotzkefuneralhome. COTTONWOOD MURRAY com. Georgia, 68, died on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at the Co 4-H Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD. I/'~ Georgia Smith was bom on October 16, 1943 inWorthington, EVENTS ~ MN to Harm and Shirley Bixby Meyeraan. She grew up in the Worthington area and graduated from Worthington High November November 17 -- School in 1962. In 1961 she and Carl Anderson were married 16 - WWG Afterschool Federation Officers Planning in Spencer, tA. Following their marriage they made their Adventure, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Meeting,6 pm, Grain home in Jackson, MN and Georgia worked at Campbell Soup 22 - Office Closed Exchange in Worthington and later at Sperry Univac in Jackson. She and 23 - Office Closed November 24-25 -- Carl later divorced. In 1996 she meet her life partner, Allen 28 - Windom Afterschool Thanksgiving Day obser- Kramer (7). Together they made their home near Currie, MN Adventure, 3:30-5 p.m. vance - office closed and Georgia worked as a bartender at T-Tommy's in Currie. 28 Leaders Training, She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Slayton. Extension Office, 6-7:30 p.m. Georgia enjoyed flowers, country music, painting, doing (Supper provided) CLASSIFIED remodeling projects, and interior decorating. 28 - Federation Meeting, ADS Survivors include her partner, Allen Kramer (7), Currie, Extension Office, 7:30 p.m. MN: children- Kevin (Linda) Anderson, Lakefield, MN, Lisa 30 - WWG Afterschool WORE FOR (Bob) Myhre, MN, MN, Holly (Matt) Hokkannen, Andover, Adventure, 3:30-5:30 p.m. MN, June (Jason) Petersen, Porter, MN; 1 lgrandchildren; one great-grandson; mother, Shirley Meyeraan, Worthington, MN; brothers and sisters- Robert (Orean) Meyeraan, Bigelow, MN, Area news briefs Ronnie Meyeraan, Worthington, MN, Linda (Hieronimus), Ellsworth, MN, Helen (Dean) Mekosch, Jackson, MN, Darrel (Norma) Meyeraan, Fulda, MN, Roxanne Popillion, Hurst, Fulda Free Press - Marie-Sophie Dietz is an exchange stu- dent studying as a sophomore at Fulda High School. Dietz is TX, Sylvia Reynolds, Worthington, MN, Todd (Elaine) 15 years old and is the daughter of Joachim and Birgit Dietz, Meyeraan ofBigelow, MN; several nieces and Hamburg, Germany. Her host family is Clayton and Faye nephews. Gehl. Preceding her in death were here father, Harm Meyeraan; granddaughter, Stephanie Hegg; brother, Harmy Meyeraan. Lamberton News - A wooden 2 story house made the trip from north of Jeffers to south of Lamberton, on property Christian Correction: owned by Todd and Brenda Anderson, Monday. The house WALNUT GROVE -- In will become the home for Chad and Chantel Anderson and Skjervold II last weeks story about their six children who had been living in Jeffers. died Oleson's Mercantile the photo ofthe"Knotty Knitters" Slayton - Saturday's winds hampered the efforts of fire fight- November 3 was incorrectly identified, ers from five area fire departments as they battled a corn stalk The names of the peoplebale fire at the Colton Fransen farm near Wirock, Mr. It was standing should have read, estimated that about 1,000 round bales of corn stalks were Memorial services for from left: KathyPlaetz,lost, but no buildings or cattle. Christian Skjervold II will be Carrie Kleven, Grace held Thursday, November 23, Anderson, and Gloria Tracy Headlight Herald - Tracy citizens can sign up to 2011 at 11:30 a.m. at Old Doubler. We apologize for the receive text-messaging and email public service announce- ments from the Tracy Police Dept. The police dept. recently Westbrook Lutheran Church, error. rural Westbrook. enrolled with the free "Nixie" text messaging, email, and web Christian, son of Hjalmar service to warm residents of snow emergency, storm warning and Lillian (Osterberg) Fall or a lost child. Skjervold died at the age ~Jf 74 Thursday, November 3, FQ)[(~DSiCS Windom Citizen - An ongoing fund shortage at the county 2011 at his home. S h owc a s e highway dept. has commissioners searching for both reasons The SMSU forensics team and solutions. Commissioners met for two hours with County will host its annual Fall Engineer Ron Gregg, exploring both the funding problems Forensics Showcase program and potential solutions. By the end of the meeting, they FIFl [:) at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 29 agreed to research the matter more. in Charter Hall 217 on cam- pus. 274-6136 OR SMSU forensics team members will be performing 1 =800-410= presentations they used dur- ing the fall competitive sea- 1859 son. Events performed will ......................................... range from oral interpretation of literature public speak- .f~!': ~~ ': ::~ :::~ ..... Answers for the Admission is free and refreshments will be served. 43/31 49/31 39/18 29/20 38/21 Science Quiz on After the performances, More sun Partly Light rain More sunMix of sun page eight forensics members will be than clouds, cloudy, and ice. than clouds, and clouds. available to answer questions Highs in the Highs in the Highs in the Highs in the Highs in the about the activity, low 40s and upper 40supper 30supper 20s upper 30s The SMSU forensics team lows in the and lows in and lows in and lows in and lows in 1/"" False is partially funded by the low30s, thelow30s, theupper thelow20s, thelow20s. 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