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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, December 28, 2016 Page 2 OBITUARIES La argers rop Betty A. Anderson Betty A. Anderson, age 81, for- merly of Oscoda, MI, (Pine Ridge Bay Condominiums) passed into everlasting life on Dec. 20, 2016 at Masonic Pathways in Alma, MI. Betty was born in Westbrook, MN to Arthur and Corrine Erickson. She was educated and graduated from the Westbrook school system and married to Richard Anderson at Trinity Lutheran Church on April 11, 1954. Because of her husband's busi- ness assignments, they visited nearly all the European countries, including Moscow, Russia, the Scandinavian countries, England and China where they walked on the Great Wall and the interior of Brazil. Siarvivors include her husband Richard; children, Craig (Julie) Anderson of East Lansing, MI; Amy (Charles) Saunders of Charlotte, NC; Jeffrey Anderson of Mr. Pleasant, MI; and five grandchildren. Private burial services will be held later. Preceding her in death were her parents; two brothers, William and Arvid; and a sister, Mary Lou. "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal." Dale Pemble Services for Dale Pemble will be held on Wednesday December 28, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at the Walnut Grove Funeral Home with visitation one hour prior to the services. Online condolences may be sent at www. Dale, age 94, of Walnut Grove died on December 23, 2016 in Tracy, MN. Dale Pemble was born in Morton, Minnesota on February 14, 1922 to Isaac and Anna (Smith) Pemble. When he was young, Dale lived with his parents in the Renville area. Dale married Dena Groen on August 1, 1944 and shortly after moved their family to the Walnut Grove area where his parents had previ- ously fanned. Dale made his living by driving truck for many farm- ers around Walnut Grove for many years. In his free time, Dale enjoyed playing bingo and playing cards. Survivors include his children: Diane (James) Shaw of Dovray, Lester (Carla) Pemble of Walnut Grove, Carol (Stephen) Schneider of Renville, Joann Timmers of Chaska, Teresa (Leo) Kashmarek, and Son-in-law John Doubler; his 20 grandchildren: Robert, Denise, Melissa, Brian, Susan, Thomas, Timothy, Kim, Kurtis, Lisa, William, Keith, Samantha, Jaclyn, Chad, Brooke, Shaun, Casie, Christopher, and Jamie; and 31 great grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his wife Dena Pemble; parents; daughters: Donna Rathje and Janice Doubler; granddaughter Nichole Rathje; great-grandson Landon Caranta; sons-in-law: Brad Munsen, Doug Rathje, and Bill Timmers; sister Opal May Anderson; brother Glenn Pemble; and his infant brother Claire Pemble. Robert "Hub" Kolar Memorial serVllz~'fot Robert .L ,. .... - "Hub" Kolar were held~'e~emb~r 2~, 2016 at English Lutheran Church, Walnut Grove, MN. Burial was in Walnut Grove Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfu- Robert, 79, Walnut Grove, died Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at Prairie View Senior Living, Tracy. Robert James Kolar was born July 8, 1937 in Tracy, MN to Charles and Myrtle (Shellum) Kolar. He was baptized and con- firmed in the Lutheran faith. Hub attended country school in rural Walnut Grove and later Walnut Grove High School. Hub became a welder in 1953 at the age of 16 and worked for 60 years at Lads Manufacturing. On January 29, 1957 he married Geneva Nissel in Milroy. Hub did a lot of fabrication and donated a lot of time to the Laura Ingalls Wilder pageant. He was a member of the Walnut Grove Fire Department for 21 years and served as Assistant Chief for several years. Hub enjoyed Rolle Bolle, golf, trap shooting, ice fishing, and snowmo- biling. He loved decorating the house for Christmas. Survivors include his wife Geneva; children: Ron (Cindy), Sioux Falls, SD, Rocky (Karen), Westbrook, Bob, Sioux City, IA, Twyla Kronschnabel, Montrose, MN, Cindy Kolar, Humboldt, SD, Jon (Patty), Tracy, Mary (Blaine) Corlett, Harrisburg, SD, Lynae (Greg) Scotting, Montrose, SD, Gene (Missy), Sergeant Bluff, IA; grandchildren: Brady and Austin Kolar, Shaun Kolar, Crystal Knakmuhs, Chandra Carlson, Samantha Palmer, AI, Rob, and John Kolar, Trevor, Dustin, and Nick Lickteig, Jayce, Jared, and Jesse Corlett, Tarra Berent, Brandon Kronschnabel, Christina Plautz, Heather Snyder, Kortney Kolar, Tony and Derrick Kolar, Tare, Mathew, Hope, and Riley ScoRing, Abby and Andy Kolar; 25 great grandchildren; siblings: Albert "Butch" Kolar, Clare, IA and Judy (Jerry) Grothe, Zumbrota; his dog Oliver; many other relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were his parents, mother and father- in-law, great grandson Breckon Berent, and daughter-in-law Jodi Kolar. By Adam Kletscher, coach Hendricks 62 WWG 48 The Chargers made the long trip up to Hendricks last Monday to take on the Grizzlies. The Grizzlies got out to an early lead behind some nice shoot- ing, but the Chargers clawed their way back. The first half was a back and forth battle through- out. The Grizzlies went into halfiime with a 27-26 lead. In the second half the Charger offense started to click. The ladies took back the lead and got up ten with 13:00 left in the half. Hendricks wasn't going down easy and soon went on a hot streak of their own. The Grizzlies moved the ball well and hit everything they put up. Soon the lead was back in the hands of Hendricks. The Grizzlies stepped up on defense and kept the Chargers from mounting a comeback. The lightning hot Grizzlies pulled away for the 62-48 victory. The Chargers had four players score in double figures. Avoree Bakken led the Chargers with 13 points, 9 rebounds and 5 blocks. Emma Woelber added 11 points, and 4 assists. Grace Woelber and Lina Vue both chipped in 10 points apiece. Camryn Bunting rounded out the scoring with 4 points, 8 rebounds and 4 steals. Fulda 64 WWG 49 The very next night the Chargers hosted the Fulda Raiders in Westbrook. WWG was ready to play and came out playing all around good basketball. The Chargers played much-improved defense from the night before and did a great job executing on offense. The Chargers were down 35-28 at half- time. The Chargers con- tinued to play well in the second half. They limited outside shooting from the Raiders dnd slowed their attack. Offensively the Chargers continued to move the ball well and get plenty of scoring opportu- nities. The throw line proved to bq the differ- ence. The Chargers shot a dismal 28% from the line compared to 62% for the Raiders. The ladies fought until the end but the WWG Charger Theresa Merrick drew a foul against Fulda last week. Raiders proved to be too much. Grace Woelber led the Chargers with 18 points. Emma Woelber 12 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists. Avoree Bakken 11 points, 7 rebounds. Theresa Merrick 6 points, 3 steals. Camryn Bunting 2 points, 11 rebounds. WWG Charger Grace the Fulda Raiders. Woelber took a shot last week against Services pending for Scoff Osland, Jeffers Funeral services for Scott Osland, age 46 of Jeffers, will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 29, 2016, at the Highwater Lutheran Church in rural Lamberton with Pastor Michael Stangeland officiat- ing. Burial will follow in the Highwater Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation will be held from :re:to 8:00,1?:m. n ay, December 2016, at the LaCanne Family Funeral Home in Windom, and also for one hour prior to the service at the church on Thursday. Condolences can be sent online to: www.lacannefu- neral COURT NEWS December 16-23, 2016 Speeding: $125.00 Dana L. Berreau, Lake Wilson, MN; Jeremy Jensen, Brookings, SD; David M. Roiger, Springfield, MN $135.00 MaKenzie L. Lovell, Windom, MN; Jason C. Voshage, Monument, CO; Jessica L. Krumwiede, Bingham Lake, MN $145.00 - Ralph W. Bretzman, Windom, MN; Tony R. Dick, Mt. Lake, MN; Paul D. Enberg, Chanhassen, MN $225.00 - Christopher J. Voges, Eden Prairie, MN Seat ,belt violation: $110.00 - Thomas J. Royce, St. James, MN Driving after cancella- tion: $85.00 - Melissa S. Haberman, Heron Lake, MN, Local confinement: 365 days, stayed 275 days for 2 yrs; supervised proba- tion, 2 yrs; $1,085.00 - Mark A. Hieronimus, Wilmont, MN, supervised probation 2 yrs DWI: $865.00 - Brice L. Berglund, Lakefield, MN, Local confinement: 365 days, stayed 362 days for 2 yrs - credit for 3 days served; supervised probation, 2 yrs;complete chemical assessment, pay for and complete chemical use assessment and follow rec- ommendations of assess- ment; remain law-abiding; : i'l r i $1,115.00 Melissa S. Haberman, Heron Lake, MN, Local confinement: 365 days, stayed 275 days for 2 yr; supervised proba- $85.00 Victor L. Vetsouvanh, Mt. Lake, MN, Local confinement: stayed 30 days for 1 yr; unsupervised probation, 1 tion, 2 yrs yrs; follow recommenda- Fail tO obey traffic tions of evaluation, of device: $135.00 - Jennifer domestic violence invento- L. O'Connell, Philip, SD ry; do not use or possess Knowingly direct/ firearms, ammunition or allow/permit minor to explosives, no firearms at hunt illegally or violate residence; remain law- fish and game: $185.00 - abiding Kenneth J. Schaffer, Possession of drug par- Windom, MN aphernalia: $135.00 Window tint: $135.00-Mara E. Buhr, Windom, Matt E. MacGregor, MN Windom, MN Check forgery: Stacia Tires extending beyond K. Coonradt, Jackson, MN, fenders: $50.00 - Matt E. MN Correctional facility, MacGregor, Windom, MNShakopee, 12 mo, 1 day. Disorderly conduct: & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 Store I Inn r can also be For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office ,!-800-410-1859 you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - On a night where the Raiders needed a win, Randi Tiesler set a milestone for herself. Coming into the game against the MLA Wolverines, Tiesler needed four points to hit the 1000-point mark. With four minutes to go in the half, Tiesler got fouled al d hit two free throws. As the half ended she got the other two points to reach 1000. Lamberton News - The Imperial Plastics plant, which opened two years ago in Mankato, will close in 2017. The Lakeville based company said the decision was based on lost contracts from one of their largest customers who moved production outside of the United States in favor of lower labor costs. Murray County News - Margaret Slinger was born and raised in the Woodstock, MN area. Her parents, Henry and Elizabeth Slinger, were farmers and their children learned at an e rly age that work was an every-day part of their lives. Margaret will be 93 in:July and thought it was time she stepped down from the job she has held at the Murray County Government Center for more that 23 years. :' Traey Headlight Herald - Moses D lan and Sarita Hook are Tracy Area High School's EXCEL Award nominees. The EXCEL Award, sponsored by the MN State High School League, recognizes high school juniors for achievements in fine arts, academics, athletics, and leadership. The TAHS nominees are eligible for Section competition. Windom Citizen - Apparently, it will take at least another year for Cottonwood County officials to solve the county's current recycling puzzle. Last week, the board approved a one-year's extension to Waste Management's recycling con- tract with the county. Commissioners expressed frustration that there appears to be little consistency in how businesses are charged for recycling services.