Newspaper Archive of
Sentinel Tribune
Westbrook, Minnesota
Lyft
December 4, 2013     Sentinel Tribune
PAGE 2     (2 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 2     (2 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 4, 2013
 

Newspaper Archive of Sentinel Tribune produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON RECORr, Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Orlein E. Jurgens Funeral services were held for Orlein E. Jurgens November 30, 2013 at Lutheran Church of Our Savior, Windom, MN. Interment was held at Memory gardens Cemetery, Windom, MN. Orlein, 88, died at Good Samaritan Society-Sogge Memorial, Windom Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. Orlein E. Jurgens was born on February 4, 1925, in Westbrook, MN, to Max and Marie (Kobs) Bloch. She was baptized and con- firmed at the Evangelical Lutheran Church, Westbrook. She received her education in the Westbrook Public Schools; graduating in the Class of 1942. She attended Teacher Training at the Ivanhoe Teacher Training Department in Ivanhoe, MN. On August 2, 1950, Orlein was united in marriage to Russell Jurgens at the Cottonwood County Courthouse in Windom, MN. Through the years Orlein worked as a country school teacher; at the Cottonwood County Extension Office, was a housekeeper for the Clarence Schaffer family, worked at Sears, and TORO. Since March of 2010, Orlein was a resident of the Good Samaritan Society-Sogge Memorial in Windom where she received excellentcare. Orlein was a member of the Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Windom where she was a member of the Women's Circle and the funeral committee. She will be remembered for many things in life which included her love of the color blue and her enjoyments in life which included playing cards and dominos, reading the Bible, trips with siblings and spending time with family and friends, especially her grand- children. Survivors include her children: Merlin Jurgens, Wilder, Maxine Jurgens, Denver, CO, Marlow Jurgens (Brenda), Windom, Marsha Ouren, Sartell; six grandchildren; four great-grandchil- dren; sisters, Dorothy (Wesley) Lindstrom, Westbrook; Della Hoffman, New Ulm; many nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. Preceding her in death were her parents; husband, Russell Jurgens; son-in-law, Joe Ouren; brothers, Walter and Elder Bloch; sisters, Hilton Anderson, Emalein Bloch. M. Duane Smith The funeral Mass for M. Duane Smith will be held at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Walnut Grove, MN Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 11:00 am. Visitation at the church two hours prior to the Mass. Interment will be in Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Walnut Grove. Memorials preferred to St. Paul's Catholic Church or the charity of your choice. Age 84, of Walnut Grove MN passed away peacefully November 14, 2013 at his win- ter home in Roadhaven Resort, I Apache Junction AZ. As the first " responders on the scene said, " it seems he was having a nice cup of coffee on the screen porch, quietly put his head back, and went to sleep." Duane was born in Tracy M-N June 8, 1929. He attended school in Walnut Grove, then later in Butterfield. After serv- ing two years in the US Navy, he met his future wife Charlotte DeRider in Russell MN where Duane was working on an area farm. Charlotte and Duane were married November 18, 1950 and from that date began a remarkable 50+ year farming career together at the home place south of Walnut Grove. He was a skilled farmer, highly respected by neighbors and peers. Something of a perfectionist, Duane always insisted his fields be 'clean' of any weeds or errant growth. He inspired his seven children with his own character attributes of a strong work ethic, self-reliance, motivation, and confidence, encouraging their unique talents and abilities, and enabling them to achieve success in various walks of life. In his leisure time, Duane enjoyed playing cards, dancing, fish- ing and golf, most often with Charlotte at his side. They travelled extensively both in the US and abroad. From Kenya to Ecuador to Alaska and many places in between, they were always game for a new adventure. Duane was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the American Legion. He served on the Holly Township Board, and was a lector at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Westbrook. During the last years of Charlotte's life, Duane took on the role as her caregiver with compassion and selflessness, dedicating himself to her dignity and comfort. He is survived by daughters Kathy (Michael) Fiala, Belinda (John) Henle, sons Blair (Tania) Smith, Guy (Elizabeth) Smith, Steven (Anne) Smith, David Smith, Jeffrey Smith, sisters Cleone Flynn, Madonna (Bud) Jablinski, Connie (Glen) Berndt, brothers Robert (Norma) Smith, Dennis (Movane) Smith, and many niec- es, nephews, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Duane was preceded in death by parents Bertha and Harry Smith, sister Marcella Turner, and brothers Leo, Jack and Vincent. Your Local Weather Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-61361 or 800-410-1859 Dale Herding funeral Thursday Funeral services for Dale one hour prior to services Herding will be at 10:30 on Thursday. Interment a.m. Thursday, December is in the Highland Home 5 at the Westbrook Funeral Cemetery. Online con- Home. Visitation is 5:00- dolences may be sent via 7:00 p.m. Wednesday at www.stephensfuneralser- the Westbrook Funeral vice.com. Home and will continue DNR reminds parents of ice danger to children The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is warn- ing parents to keep an eye on their children as they visit friends and family who live near a pond or other body of water where only a thin coat- ing of ice may have formed. Last winter season (November to April), six peo- ple died after falling through the ice. "Kids are adventurous and want to go out and play while mom and dad are cooking or visiting with friends," said Kara Owens, DNR boating and water safety specialist. "Right now, a thin coating of ice has formed on many lakes and ponds. An inch or two of ice is not safe." Children should not go out on the ice without adult supervision, even when con- ditions improve, she added. "Parents should also tell their children to stay away from any frozen water bodies around the home and that no ice is ever 100 percent safe," Owens said. The DNR recommends anyone heading out on the ice should: carry a set of ice picks, check with a local bait shop or resort - ask about ice conditions - and measure the ice. DNR clear ice thickness recommendations are: *4 inches for walking. *5 inches for a snowmo- bile or ATV. "8-12 inches for a car. * 12-15 inches for a medi- um-sized truck. For more information, visit www.dnr.state.mn.us/ safety/ice/thickness.html. DNR qUESTION OF THE WEEK Q: I am planning on going deer hunting in South Dakota. Are there any regu- lations about transporting my deer back into Minnesota? A: Restrictions for import- ing carcasses into Minnesota are in place for counties in eight states where chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been identified in wild deer and/or elk. These states include Colorado, Illinois, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Hunters bringing animals back from those areas must comply with import regula- tions. They include meat that is cut and wrapped, quartered animals with no part of the spinal column or head attached, properly cleaned skull plates that are attached to antlers, and finished taxi- dermy mounts. As the restric- tions only apply to certain areas of the affected states, hunters are urged to contact officials in the state they're hunting prior to making the trip. For a map and list of coun- ties in each state affected by CWD regulations, go to: http://mn.gov/bah/board/ rules/import-regulations. html#cervidae. -Rich Sprouse, informa- tion officer, DNR Enforcement Division Classified ads Small Price Big Results ,, 9/-8 2/-11 Snow show- Abundant ers early, sunshine. Highs in the Highs in the upper single low single digits and digits and lows -6 to - lows -9 to - 10F. 13F. Notice to Walnut 6rove & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... B5ubai Food Store 07-859-2160 For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office 1-800-410-1859 If you have questions or like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. 9/1 Mix of sun and clouds. 16/-2 Snow show- ers at times. Highs in the mid teens and lows 0 to -4F. /:: tit : d . ! . ii= % 8/-2 Plenty of sun. Highs in the upper single digits and lows 0 to -4F. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT November 15-22, 2013 Speeding: $50.00 Martin L. Jeremias, Worthington, MN $135.00 - Gary L. Wolters, Sartell, MN $145.00 - Robert Alan Lund, Sioux City, IA; Cecelia P. Cartier, Chisago City, MN ATV-Prohibitions on youthful operators-permit unlawful operation: $135.00 - Rachael R. Pudenz, Jeffers, MN Seat belt violation: $110.00 - Mark A. Schumann, Windom, MN; Jason R. Tibodeau, Heron Lake, MN; Robyn S. Galer, Windom, MN; Brandy L. Arends, Dundee, MN Driving without valid license: $185.00 - Martin L. Jeremias, Worthington, MN Driving without endorse- ment: $135.00 - Steven R. Nejia, Fulda, MN Underage consumption: $185.00 - Alexander C. Vaubel, Sleepy Eye, MN; Jesse T. Stradtman, Fairmont, MN; Ryan S. Klassen, Mt. Lake, MN Social Host: $100.00 - Ryan S. Klassen, Mt. Lake, MN Failure to notify owner of damaged property: $385.00 - Dawn M. Eckstein, Jackson, MN, no misde- meanor violations or greater for 1 yr; local confinement - stayed 30 days for 1 yr; unsu- pervised probation 1 yr; resti- tution will be left open for 30 days Failure to stop: $135.00 - Judith A. Hintze, Windom, MN Issue dishonored check: $296.98 - JasonA. Hubbard, Mankato, MN, no misde- meanor violations for 1 yr; local confinement - stayed 30 days for 1 yr; unsupervised probation 1 yr Disorderly conduct: $285.00 - Christael Lamb, Storden, no misdemeanor violations for 1 yr; local confinement - stayed 30 days for 1 yr; supervised probation 1 yr; probation will be dis- charged once payment on this file is received Falsely reporting crime: $485.00 - Christael Lamb, Storden, no misdemeanor violations for 1 yr; local confinement - stayed 90 days for 1 yr; supervised probation 1 yr; May do STS in lieu of $200.00 of the fine November 25-27, 2013 Speeding: $145.00 Randy D. Altman, Lakefield, MN Failure to yield: $135.00 Sharon R. Thompson, Windom, MN Dog at large: $285.00 - Jess T. Hawk, Windom, MN Driver must carrier proof of ins: $280.00 - Micheal S. Goldie, Mt. Lake, MN Careless driving: $330.00 - Ivy K. Clark-Fuhrman, Lakefield, MN, complete chemical assessment and fol- low recommendations Theft: $385.00- Michael K. Glissman, Omaha, NE, supervised probation, inde- terminate No proof MV ins: $285.00 Andrew S. Erickson, Windom, MN DWI: $500.00 - Glenda M. Brekke, Storden, MN, local confinement - stayed 90 days for 1 yr; supervised pro- bation 1 yr; complete chemi- cal assessment and follow recommendations; remain law-abiding Domestic Assault: $380.00 - Jason. R. Minion, Mt. Lake, MN, local confine- ment - stayed 90 days for 1 yr; no misdemeanor viola- tions or greater for 1 yr; supervised probation 1 yr; domestic abuse evaluation and follow evaluation CLASSIFIED ADS00 WORK FOR YOU Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Sixteen-year-old Jessica Schindler is studying as a senior at Fulda High School this year. She is an exchange student from Magdeburg, Germany, which is located in the east central part of that country. She is living with Brian and Sonda Kass, Dundee. Lamberton News - The bridge over the Cottonwood River, just west of Sanborn, has had the four pre-stressed concrete beams installed and basically the contractor is completed until next Spring. The pre-stressed concrete beams have cable running inside and after the concrete sets the cables are tightened. Murray County News - Adam and Chris Trombley, Slayton bought their four-year-old son, Tate a small PW50 Yamaha Dirt Bike. Tare competed in his first race a year later. This year, at the age of 9, Tate joined the 65 two stroke class at Renner, SD and at the end of the season in October he had earned himself a first place points finish. Tracy Headlight Herald - Viktor, MN Vikings mascot, vis- ited Tracy Area Elementary to present a program called "Fuel Up to Play 60 with Viktor. The program, sponsored by the i Vikings and Midwest Dairy, instructs students on the impor- tance of healthy eating and staying physically active. Windom Citizen - Should the district own its own bus fleet? Contract? Hire a management firm? These are among the options the Windom School District could learn more about by hiring Tom Watson Consulating to analyze Windom's transportation system. A decision could occur at the next Windom school board's meeting whether to hire the firm. mcnn minnesoto Clossified fldoertising net=o00 CASH FOR CARS: All cars/trucks wanted. Running or not! Top dollar paid. We come to you! Any make/ model. Call for instant offer: 800/871-9145 WINDOWS! $299 WINDOWS! Installation included. Any size dou- ble hung. Free triple pane. Year- end only sale. Lifetime warranty, Energy star. Call 888/690-9892 or visit www.greensourcewindows.com OTR DRIVERS & Owner Operators for small com- pany in SW MN. Most runs turn- ar0unds. C0mpetiuve pay & ben- efits. Traildust Trucking 800/619-0037 DISH TV RETAILER Starting at $19.99/m0nth (for 12 mos.) & High Speed Internet start- ing at $14.95/month (where avail- able.) Save! Ask About same day In- stallation! Call now! 800/297-8706 CANADA DRUG CENTER is your choice for safe and affordable med- ications. Our licensed Canadian mail order pharmacy will provide you with savings of up to 75% on all your medication needs. Call today 800/259-1096 for $10.00 off your first prescription and free shipping. THE OFFICIAL IBEATER Quality, efficient, portable infrared heaters. Save up to 50 percent on heat- ing bills this season. 0nly $159 and free shipping. Call today 800/927-6816 DONATE YOUR CAR Truck or Boat to Heritage for the Blind. Free 3 day vacation, tax deductible, free towing, all paperwork taken care of 800/439-1735 GUARANTEED INCOME for your retirement. Avoid market risk & get guaranteed income in retire- ment! Call for free copy of our safe money guide plus annuity quotes from A-rated companies! 800/631-4558 ADVERTISE HERE STATEWIDE IN 270 NEWSPAPERS ONLY $249 PER WEEK! LESS THAN $1 PER NEWSPAPERt CALL 800-279-2979 OR THIS NEWSPAPER