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Arlington
ENTERPRISE
Serving the Communities of Arlington and Green Isle, Minnesota
www.arlingtonmnnews.com Volume 130 • Number 12 • Thursday, September 26, 2013 • Arlington, MN 55307
Single copy $1.00
Enterprise photo by Kurt Menk
Sibley East Homecoming Candidates
Candidates for the Sibley East Homecoming King and
Queen include the following seniors. Front Row: (left
to right) Jessica Garza, daughter of Sherry Garza, Ar-
lington; Kimberly Kurtzweg, daughter of Gary and
Karen Kurtzweg, Arlington; Mariah Schrupp, daughter
of Dan and Leah Schrupp, Arlington; Melissa Otto,
daughter of James and Heidi Otto, Gaylord; Megan
Eckberg, daughter of Tom and Ann Eckberg, Gaylord;
and Alicia Kranz, daughter of Shannon and Brenda
Kranz, Arlington. Back Row: (l to r) Francisco Guz-
man, son of Edgar and Elvira Guzman, Gaylord; Sam
Bullert, son of Craig and Linnea Bullert, Arlington;
Nick Haupt, son of Tom and Linda Haupt, Arlington;
Colton Bates, son of Mark and Elaine Bates, Green
Isle; Cordell Bates, son of Eric and Kris Bates, Arling-
ton; and Quitin Dalbec, son of Tregg and Vicki Dalbec,
Arlington. Homecoming Week will run from Monday,
Sept. 30 through Friday, Oct. 4. The pepfest and coro-
nation will start at 12:40 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4. The pa-
rade will follow at 2:05 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4.
By Kurt Menk
Editor
Homecoming Week at the
Sibley East Public Schools
will run from Monday, Sept.
30 through Friday, Oct. 4, ac-
cording to Sibley East teacher
and Student Council Advisor
Annie Kreger.
There will be lunchtime
games and activities all week.
Students will participate in
a homecoming olympic event
on the school playground
from 2:30 p.m. to 3:11 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 3.
The pepfest and coronation
will be held in the gym from
12:40 p.m. to around 1:40
p.m. Friday, Oct. 4. At the
pepfest, the teacher who rais-
es the most money in their
name will have the honor of
kissing a pig on stage. The
proceeds will go toward the
Sibley County Food Shelf.
The homecoming parade
will begin at 2:05 p.m.
Dress up days will be as
follows: Monday, Sept. 30 -
Pajama Day; Tuesday, Oct. 1
- Salad Dressing Day (Sopho-
mores - Ranch, Juniors - Cae-
sar and Seniors - Thousand
Island); Wednesday, Oct. 2 -
Wacky Wednesday; Thursday,
Oct. 3 - ‘Merica Day; and
Friday, Oct. 4 - Spirit Day.
SE Homecoming Week is Sept. 30 - Oct. 4
By Dave Pedersen
Correspondent
The question Sibley Coun-
ty Commissioners have re-
garding potential change to
the treasurer and auditor of-
fices was two-fold at the
board meeting on Tuesday,
Sept. 24.
First question, should the
two offices be combined into
one? Second, should the new
position be elected or ap-
pointed?
County Administrator Matt
Jaunich, at the board meeting
on Tuesday, Sept. 10, was
asked to bring information on
combining the auditor and
treasurer offices to the meet-
ing on Tuesday, Sept. 24.
The county received an in-
formational brief from the re-
search department of the
Minnesota House of Repre-
sentatives compiled in Nov.
2011.
It said any county may in-
stitute the consolidation of
the offices of county auditor
and treasurer and the new of-
fice will remain as an elected
one.
“If we were to consider
making it an appointed posi-
tion, there would be a sepa-
rate procedure we would
have to pursue,” said Jaunich.
“A referendum vote is al-
lowed, but not required if the
office is to remain an elected
one.”
Jaunich said if a referen-
dum is not sought, the move
to combine the offices can be
done through a resolution
which requires a four-fifths
majority vote of the board. In
that resolution, it must state
which office is to be official-
ly terminated and which shall
become the office of auditor-
treasurer.
If the board does not re-
quire a referendum, voters
may demand a referendum by
filing a petition involving 10
percent of those voting in the
county at the last general
election.
Assuming no referendum is
held, the current officers fin-
ish their terms and then vot-
ers select a new auditor-trea-
surer. The new position is re-
quired by statute to perform
all the statutory duties of the
county auditor and treasurer.
Both the terms of the Sib-
ley County auditor and treas-
urer are up in 2014. The earli-
est a combined position could
start is Jan. 1, 2015. If no ac-
tion is taken within 2014, the
next time a change could
occur would be on Jan. 1,
2019.
The research memo said as
of 2011, 40 of the 87 counties
in Minnesota had merged the
auditor and treasurer posi-
tions, and more have changed
since then to make it more
than half. Both McLeod and
Redwood counties have a
joint treasurer-auditor posi-
tion.
County Commissioner Bill
Pinske said there are two is-
sues here, one is if the auditor
and treasurer offices should
be combined and second if
the new position should be
appointed or elected.
“We’ve got good people
now, so do you want them to
run against one another
now?” said Pinske. “Or,
should we think about putting
it on the ballot for 2014. We
all know how elections get to
be a popularity contest and
someone gets elected who
can’t do the job.”
Pinske suggested the coun-
ty could put the question on
the 2014 ballot, asking the
public if they want the posi-
tion elected or appointed.
Sibley County
Continued on page 3
County Commissioners debate what to
do with treasurer and auditor offices
Enterprise photo by Kurt Menk
Lions Donate Dictionaries
The Arlington Lions Club and Green
Isle Lions Club donated 113 new dic-
tionaries to third graders in the Sibley
East School District on Tuesday, Sept.
24. Green Isle Lions Club member Ken
Perschau, left, and Arlington Lions
Club member Eunice Rucks, middle,
distributed a new dictionary to Sibley
East third grader Iris Gallardo, right.
By Kurt Menk
Editor
The Arlington City Coun-
cil, during its regular meeting
on Monday night, Sept. 16,
unanimously approved a mo-
tion to approve the contract
pricing worksheet with
HGACBuy at a total purchase
price of $416,863.78 for a Pe-
terbilt two-door, custom-free
aluminum body, single axle
pumper truck.
City Council members Ben
Jaszewski, Jennifer Nuesse,
Curt Reetz, Jason Ruehling
and Galen Wills all voted in
favor of the motion.
Prior to the motion, City
Administrator Liza Don-
abauer informed the City
Council that a change order
for the breathing apparatus
will be forthcoming. This will
increase the total cost by ap-
proximately $20,000.
Donabauer added that ac-
tion on the change order will
be brought back to the City
Council at a future meeting.
The new pumper truck will
replace the current 1984
pumper truck, according to
Arlington Fire Chief John
Zaske. Once the new pumper
truck arrives next year, the
current 1998 pumper truck
will serve as the number two
unit, he said.
The City of Arlington will
cover a little over 60 percent
of the total cost for the new
pumper truck.
The townships in the fire
district will pick up the re-
maining 39 percent of the
total cost.
The Arlington Fire Depart-
ment serves the City of Ar-
lington and Arlington Town-
ship and portions of Dryden
Township, Green Isle Town-
ship, Jessenland Township,
Kelso Township and New
Auburn Township.
Zaske said township offi-
cials support the move for a
new pumper truck.
The Arlington City Council
will hold its next regular
meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 7.
Arlington to purchase new pumper truck
County looks at Lake
Titloe dam funding
By Dave Pedersen
Correspondent
The Sibley County Board
of commissioners wants to
help out the City of Gaylord
with the Lake Titloe Dam
project, but could not decide
how at the meeting on Tues-
day, Sept. 24.
At the Sept. 10 meeting, the
county board heard a request
from Gaylord City Adminis-
trator Kevin McCann request-
ing between $10-20,000 con-
tribution from the county to
assist in the $575,000 replace-
ment of the existing dam that
is 100 years old and is no
longer effective in holding
water back.
McCann said when there is
high water in the lake, chan-
nels are formed that bypass
the dam. The condition of the
dam is crumbling concrete
and rock that is no longer a
sustainable dam material.
Gaylord had a feasibility
study where the recommenda-
tion was for total reconstruc-
tion with the most cost-effec-
tive option of a steel sheet
pile stepped-weir dam. This
design will not only hold
water back, but will allow the
water level to be raised or
lowered.
Due to the costs and the re-
gional impact of the dam,
Gaylord submitted a Capital
Appropriation request to the
State of Minnesota. Local leg-
islators agreed the dam is a
big need, but wanted local
groups, including Sibley
County, to come up with at
least a 10 percent funding
commitment.
Gaylord is seeking the
$10,000 or more request from
Sibley County based on the
lake’s impact to the county
ditch system and the Rush
River watershed district.
McCann said in his written
request that the ditch systems
will benefit by having a dam
that can control the lake lev-
els better. Rush River will
benefit from cleaned up water
and safety and property loss
can be minimized with a sta-
bilized dam.
The county board directed
the County Attorney to re-
search possible ditch proceed-
ings that could be used to ad-
dress this request from Gay-
lord.
County Attorney David
Schauer reports there are two
ditch systems that drain into
Lake Titloe and county ditch
55 begins just below the dam
and flows to the east into
Rush River.
Schauer highlighted three
potential possibilities for the
county to consider and Coun-
ty Administrator Matt Jaunich
added a fourth when it comes
to this funding request.
Jaunich said the county
could proceed with a ditch
improvement project to CD
Lake Titloe
Continued on page 2
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Shower &
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United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall
Sunday, Sept. 29
2-4 pm
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Notice to Arlington
Township Residents
The road ditches in Ar-
lington Township will be
cut October 1, 2013. We
ask that anyone wishing
to cut and bale the hay
along their property do so
before this time.
Sheila Henke
Arlington Clerk
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Minnesota DNR-Approved
Firearms Safety
Field Day
8aturday, 0ct. 12 º 8 a.m.
6ayIerd 6ame Fretective League 6reunds
One mile northeast of Gaylord on Co. Rd. 21
Must be at least 11-years-old and have the
online frearms safety certifcate to participate
in this class.
A frearms safety feld day certifcate is required
for most hunters who are at least 12-years-old
and born after 12/31/79. See the Minnesota
DNR Website [www.dnr.state.mn.us] for more
information.
To register, or for more information,
email kennmueller@yahoo.com
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Tuesday, October 1: Arlington Garden Club,
7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 2: Knights of Columbus
Officers, St. Mary’s Parish Hall, 8 p.m.
Thursday, October 3: Arlington Ambulance
Service, 7 p.m.
Arlington Lions Club, Arlington Haus, social 6
p.m., meeting 7 p.m.
Community
Calendar
EQUAL HOUSING LENDER
MAIN BANK
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (straight thru)
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Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.,
Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Member
FDIC
Arlington State Bank
(507) 964-2256
Fax (507) 964-5550
www.ArlingtonStateBank.com
Thank You
My family and I would like
to thank everyone for the
prayers, cards, phone calls
and visits for my special
friend, Marv Eggersgluess.
Thank you to the Arlington
Ambulance, Sibley Medical
Center and Waconia Ambu-
lance for taking him to Abbott
Northwestern Hospital.
Thanks also for all the food
donations, plants and flowers.
It was so thoughtful of all of
you who came to the Glencoe
City Center for the prayer
service and fellowship. He
will certainly be missed. God
bless you all!
Kay Schumacher and family
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Music Concert
by Le Grande Bande & Chorus
(a local nonprofit)
Performance to be held at
Jussi Bjorling Recital Hall
Gustavus Adolphus College
Sunday, Oct. 6 @ 7pm
Performing Handel’s “Water
Music,” Hadyn Symphony No. 87,
and Haydn Sinfonia from Armida
Admission
$
10
Order tickets by e-mailing:
legrandebandechorus@gmail.com
or send check/cash payment to:
Le Grande Bande & Chorus
PO Box 101
Gaylord, MN 55334
Limited number of tickets
available at the door.
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THANK YOU
The 8
th
Annual Green Isle Lions -
Rich Engelmann Memorial Tractor Pull
would like to thank the following for
their continued support. The tractor
pull was a great success!
Special thanks to all the individuals
who helped with the pull in any way!
Thank you, Tractor Pull Committee.
*All proceeds go to community projects.
Melcher Grain
CornerStone State Bank
AgroTech Consulting
Vos Construction
Lano Equipment
Mid-County Coop
Dammann Sales
R&R Auto Repair
Good Time Liquor
Pioneer Seeds - Harris Dose
Arnold’s Implement, Glencoe
Wm. Mueller & Sons
Fahey & Associates, Inc.
Ames Construction
Green Isle Lion’s Club
City of Green Isle
Green Isle Fire Dept.
Mineral Service Plus
CARQUEST
Bill’s Repair
Club New Yorker
John Meyer Trucking
Jerry Scharpe LTD
Latzke Trucking
Arlington State Bank
O.E.M. Services
Hutch Coop
Steve’s Tire & Repair
AgStar Financial
JR Insurance
Sam’s Tire
Bill Daluge
RSI Recycling Services
JIT Companies
Geib Well & Water Service
Larry Podratz Silage Hauling
JD’s Baling - John Deball
Mark Weber Family
Kevin Weber Sr. Family
Meldon Melcher
Jim Glisczinski
Coop Engines
Green Isle Baseball Club
Haggenmiller Lumber
A&M Processing - Dave Rice
Glencoe Coop Assn. -
Propane
John Schauer Masonry
Locher Bros., Inc.
After Burner Body Shop
AgPower
NAPA
G.M.M. Construction
Hennen Engine Repair
A&N Radiator
Brazil Automotive
Oelfke Farms
Schlauderaff Implement
Midwest Machinery
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News Briefs
Coat Drive Underway
A collection for gently used and new jackets is cur-
rently underway in Sibley County.
The drop off sites for gently used and new jackets in-
clude the CornerStone State Bank in Green Isle, Arling-
ton Public Library, Gaylord Public Library, Sibley
County Health & Human Services building in Gaylord
and the bank in New Auburn. The deadline is Tuesday,
Oct. 15.
The distribution of these gently used and new jackets
will be held at the Green Isle Fire Department on Satur-
day, Oct. 19.
Car Wash Saturday
The Sibley East Cross Country team will be having a
fundraiser car wash on Saturday, Sept. 28 from noon
until 2 p.m. at Jerry’s Home Quality Foods in Arlington.
Proceeds will go towards the new team uniforms pur-
chased this season.
The Sibley County 4-H
Horse Drill Team placed
third at the Minnesota
State Horse Show. (Left
to right) Evan Busche,
Kati Danielson, Emily
Eibs, Savannah Zippel,
Erik Danielson, Kim Klin-
gelhultz, Becca Klingel-
hultz and Sarah Mali-
nowski.
Third Place
At State
18 or JD 18. It could proceed
with an outlet improvement
project to CD 18 or JD 18. It
could provide for the order to
construct a dam pursuant to
state statute. The board could
also provide funding to Gay-
lord for it to construct the
dam using general fund dol-
lars.
“There is nothing stating
that our contribution has to
come from ditch funds,” said
Schauer in his report. “We
could use general fund dollars
for the contribution, noting
the overall benefit of the dam
replacement to the county as a
whole.”
The attorney was concerned
how the use of general fund
dollars on the Lake Titloe
dam project could complicate
the funding of future dam
projects within the county. He
points to the need for three
other dams to be replaced
within the next year using
about $210, 000 in county
ditch funds.
McCann said the options
were all good, but the city
was asking for a relatively
small $10-20,000 contribution
from the county so it can go
back to the local representa-
tives and say they got the 10
percent match.
“Then we can ask them to
support the project by approv-
ing a state bonding bill in
next year’s appropriation,”
adds McCann. “This all de-
pends on if we get the full
amount from the appropria-
tion. We are not asking for
money today, just a pledge on
your behalf. That is all we are
really asking.”
Swanson questioned how
many other dam projects will
come asking for a pledge and
was concerned about the
board setting a precedent.
Environmental Services Di-
rector Jeff Majeski said prop-
erty owners will be assessed
pretty heavily for current
ditch and dam projects. He
said who is to say a tax payer
will not come asking for help,
or the DNR also could come
asking for $10-20,000.
Bill Pinske asked that if the
ditch system gets benefit from
this dam, could it assess prop-
erty that would get the bene-
fit. Schauer said the city can
request an outlet improve-
ment petition regarding the
dam. It would be just like a
ditch improvement proceed-
ing with viewers appointed.
“We are thinking we can’t
really use general fund dol-
lars, but there are alternatives
here,” notes Pinske. “Some-
one has to initiate ditch im-
provements.”
Swanson said if the city
would request an improve-
ment that would be the clean-
est way to do it. Majeski
added this is the best way to
bring this issue to the table
and let the viewers call the
shot as to assessments.
Pinske said it would not
hurt to ask if there is anything
available through the Rush
River funds.
Jaunich said the county
needs to address the request
from Gaylord for the $10-
20,000. He adds, “They don’t
care how we get it. I will
bring this to the next meeting
as an action item.”
Lake Titloe Continued from page 1
Solar energy industry is heating up
By Dave Pedersen
Correspondent
Sibley County Commis-
sioner Jim Nytes reported that
the solar energy industry is
growing fast and action needs
to be taken to allow for it.
Nytes attended the Rural
Energy Board the day prior to
the board meeting on Tuesday,
Sept. 24 and said the big dis-
cussion was about solar ener-
gy.
Nytes recommends that Sib-
ley County planning and zon-
ing copy what the Rural Ener-
gy Board is doing to design a
new solar ordinance needed to
accommodate new solar
farms.
“The solar energy market is
taking off and is becoming
more cost effective,” notes
Nytes. “A big solar farm is
being constructed east of
Mankato. Solar could replace
peat plants and will be a way
to reduce the need for more
electrical plants. Solar will
produce the most when we
need the most for summer air
conditioning.”
Nytes adds that solar used
to only work if it had a sub-
sidy. The problem is finding a
place to put the solar farms
other than on high priced agri-
culture land that is not food
producing or has sewer and
water on it. One idea is look-
ing at going over garbage
dumps.
In other energy related
news, Nytes said Mower
County is adding eight new
wind towers that will bring in
$1.2 Million in energy tax, not
including the 20 percent the
townships get.
Nytes adds, “When we have
budget problems, if we have
an energy tax on a $10 or 11
million levy, imagine how
much lower our taxes could
be.”
*In other business, the
board approved authorizing
public works to sign a pur-
chase order for two Western
Star 4700 plow trucks from
Boyer Ford Trucks, Inc. for
$218,088.62. The price in-
cludes trade in of the old plow
trucks, one for $10,000 and
the other for $10,500. The two
1996 models each had more
than 300,000 miles.
*After a public hearing on
County Ditch No. 70, the
board accepted the final engi-
neer ’s report presented by
Charles Vermeersch of SEH,
Inc. The viewer’s report was
also accepted and dates set for
bid opening on Nov. 20 and
awarding on Nov. 26. The
deadline to finish the work
was pushed back to June 30 to
encourage more bidding.
*Approved was the hiring
of Deborah Schwichtenberg
as full time Dispatcher/Cor-
rectional officer.
*In commissioner reports,
Joy Cohrs said six candidates
were interviewed for the wa-
tershed coordinator position
and an offer is being made.
*Nytes said due to the Fed-
eral sequester the county lost
eight spots in the early child-
hood program.
Been dead? Dr. William
Dunbar has and has made a
journey back to life.
Dr. Dunbar will tell about
his experience at Peace
Lutheran Church, 514 Free-
don Drive, Arlington at 7
p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2.
This is a completely free
presentation. It is a gift to
the community from Dr.
Dunbar and Peace Lutheran
Church.
Dr. Dunbar to talk about his death experience,
presentation set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2
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Then 2019 would be the lat-
est it could start because it is
the next regular election.
However, it could happen ear-
lier if there is a vacancy in
one of the positions.
Regarding the issue of ap-
pointed or elected, County
Commissioner Swanson said
that part of it is making sure
people in the positions are
qualified.
Pettis said statistics show
that in counties that had a ref-
erendum, the majority wanted
the positions to be elected.
“The board has the authori-
ty to combine the position,”
said Pinske. “However, we ei-
ther have to show that there is
a cost savings or that things
will be done more efficient.
You just don’t do it for the
heck of it. I am not sure how a
combined position will shake
out.”
County Commissioner Jim
Nytes said he was worried
about the cost and asked why
waste money and never
change anything. He added, “I
think people in this county are
smart enough to vote on qual-
ified people.”
County Commissioner
Harold Pettis said the referen-
dum would be on the general
election, which is happening
anyway, so there is a minimal
cost. Nytes said there will be
some cost.
Swanson said it really
comes down to if we want to
combine the different offices.
Jaunich said he will bring
the issue back to the board as
possible action items, one
asking if the treasurer and au-
ditor positions should be com-
bined. The other totally sepa-
rate question is should the
combined position be appoint-
ed or elected. Both questions
could be on the ballot in 2014.
Sibley County Continued from page 1
History
90 Years Ago
September 27, 1923
Louis Kill, Editor
Three weddings were noted in
this issue of the Enterprise as
follows:
A pretty wedding was solem-
nized at St. Paul’s Lutheran
Church yesterday afternoon at 2
o’clock when Rev. Heidmann
spoke the words which united
the hearts of two well known
young people in the bonds of
holy matrimony. The principals
in the happy event were Miss
Esther Riedler of Arlington
Township and Mr. Adolph
Meyer of Washington Lake
Township. They will make their
future home on the groom’s
farm near Green Isle.
Tuesday, September 25th, at 2
o’clock in the afternoon, at St.
Paul’s Church of this village,
occurred the wedding of Miss
Elsie Goeritz of this village and
Mr. Walter Grahn of Minneapo-
lis. The newlyweds will reside
on the Joel farm, north of Ar-
lington, which the groom is con-
ducting.
A quiet but very pretty wed-
ding was solemnized at St.
Paul’s Lutheran Church of this
village last evening , September
26th, a 7 o’clock. The principals
were Miss Sophia Rosenfeld
and Mr. Deitrich J. Thies, both
well known and popular young
people of Arlington Township.
They will make their future
home on the groom’s farm
southwest of Arlington.
60 Years Ago
September 24, 1953
Louis Kill, Editor
Alfred Schauer, Wayne Feil
and Harvey Reynolds of Orton-
ville returned Sunday evening
from the northeastern part of
Wyoming where they hunted an-
telope. Each got two bucks
ranging in weight from 90 to
120 pounds.
When Gail Kill, first grade
teacher at Arlington Public
School, scanned the class of be-
ginners at the opening day ses-
sion September 8, she saw so
many look-alikes that she no
doubt thought she was seeing
double. However, when she
completed the job of enrolling
this record-breaking group of 35
starters, she found that she had
three sets of twins in her class.
They were Brent and Brady
Mueller, sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Mueller, Carol and Mary
Winter, daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Winter and Dale
and Darrell Frauendienst, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Frauen-
dienst.
The Dr. John Gridley family
moved last week into their new
home in East Arlington. The Ed
Wolff home, vacated by the Gri-
dleys, will be occupied by the
Kermit Strebel family, who ar-
rived here recently from Denver,
Colorado.
30 Years Ago
September 29, 1983
Val Kill, Editor
Darnell Halverson, business
instructor at Sibley County Vo-
cational Center, was recently
elected as chairman of the Min-
nesota Office Education Associ-
ation Board of Directors at the
Association’s Annual Board
meeting at the Minneapolis
Community College in August,
1983. As chairman of the board,
Darnell will provide input and
make policy decisions affecting
the operations of Secondary
Minnesota OEA, a vocational
student organization of over
3,000 students and Secondary
Vocational Business and Office
Programs in Minnesota.
Rodrigo Andrade, a foreign
exchange student from Bogota,
Columbia, is spending the year
in Arlington, learning about
America and the way of life en-
joyed by its residents. Rodrigo’s
biggest thrill is wearing blue
jeans to school, a big change
from his more formal schooling
in Columbia. He is staying with
the Chuck Rubright family.
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Arlington ENTERPRISE
Cell phones are great
technology
Our View: Use common sense and don’t forget your
etiquette when using them
Opinions
Guest Column
Letter To The Editor
Just about everyone you know owns a cell phone. We all know
some that never use them and others that never get off of them.
These days cell phones do much more that just make telephone
calls. They are computers, cameras, gaming devices and much more.
As cell phones and smart phones become commonplace it is im-
portant to remember the etiquette that should go with them.
Remember to turn them to silent when in meetings, church servic-
es and other public places. It is hard to go to a public meeting, movie
or even a church service without a cell phone ringing. It shouldn’t
become the norm to have to give a reminder to silence cell phones
before any event. It should be common sense.
Everyone understands that emergencies happen and calls must be
taken, but please leave the room or auditorium before answering a
call and starting a conversation, and save the texting for after the
event.
Our cell phone etiquette reflects on us personally. Do you want to
be the known as the person who texts or talks through meetings or
other events?
These are great devices and very useful in many situations, just be
courteous when in public.
K.R.C
Too Tall’s Tidbits
Happy Birthday and Happy An-
niversary to the following local and
area residents compliments of the
Arlington Lions Club Community
Calendar.
September 27
Chuck Machatemes, Dylan Thomes,
Ethan Meech, Jacob Melsha, Jason
Ruehling, John Mueller, Maggie
Pflanz, Matt Otto, Nancy Mathwig,
Richard Jackels, and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Mesenbring.
September 28
Fazel Khan, Justin Halverson, Linda
Sinell, Luann Quast, Mary Halver-
son, Nathan Huso, Paul Soeffker,
Sydney Haggenmiller, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Kreft.
September 29
Alexis Sommers, Austin Sadler, Eric
Kaesermann, Paul Schmidt, Robert
Jackels, Roderick Niebeing, Stacie
Thomes, Mr. and Mrs. Don Wolter,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kistner, and Mr.
and Mrs. Reuben Willmsen.
September 30
Buzz Matz, Dave Czech, Jeanie
Meisinger, Lynn Evenson and
Wendy Solomonson.
October 1
Andrew Streich, Dan Eibs, Danny
Kroells, Dillon Parpart, Jude
Schroeder, Korri Zila, Kristine Lin-
demeier, Skylar Helms, Wendy Bi-
gaouette, Wendy Evenson, and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Haggenmiller.
October 2
Curtis Ling, Francis Bigaouette,
Wally Tollefson, and Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Gieseke.
October 3
Christy Hebeisen, Clayton Bartyzal.
Eva Hendrycks, Maria Pheller, Mr.
and Mrs. Ryan Henke, and Mr. and
Mrs. Wally Tollefson.
*****
There was a blonde who lived in a
small house on the corner of Fourth
Avenue. She had a small shed in her
backyard where she kept gardening
tools. One day, she thought she saw
smoke coming out of the roof of the
shed.
In a panic she called 911. They an-
swered and said "This is Joe, is there
an emergency?"
The blonde replied “Yes my shed
is on fire!”
Joe said, “Don't panic, help is on
the way. Where do you live?”
The blonde said, “In a house, now
hurry!”
Joe calmly responded back, “How
are we supposed to get there?”
The blonde answered back,
"Duh, a big red truck!”
*****
A guy’s on the electric chair. The
warden is just about to pull the
switch when the guy gets the hic-
cups.
The warden says, “Do you have
any last requests?”
The guy says, “Yeah, could you
please do something to scare me?”
*****
Four Catholic ladies are having
coffee together, discussing how im-
portant their children are.
The first one tells her friends, “My
son is a priest. When he walks into a
room, everyone calls him ‘Father’.”
The second Catholic woman
chirps, “Well, my son is a bishop.
Whenever he walks into a room,
people say, ‘Your Grace’.”
The third Catholic woman says
smugly, “Well, not to put you down,
but my son is a cardinal. Whenever
he walks into a room, people say
‘Your Eminence’.
The fourth Catholic woman sips
her coffee in silence. The first three
women giver her this subtle “Well…
?”
She replies, “My son is a gor-
geous, 6’ 2” ripped young man.
Whenever he walks into a room,
women just say, “Oh my God….”
*****
A group of elementary school stu-
dents were on a field trip to the local
police station. Several of the chil-
dren were fascinated by the wanted
posters on the wall. Little Billy
raised his hand and asked the police
officer giving them the tour who the
people on the wall were.
“Those are pictures of criminals
we are looking for,” answered the
policeman. “We call those wanted
posters.”
Little Billy looked puzzled. His
hand shot back up into the air.
“Well,” he wondered, “why didn’t
you just keep them when you took
their picture?”
*****
Bert decides to take his Saint
Bernard to the vet.
“Doctor, ” he said sadly, “I’m
afraid I’m going to have to ask you
to cut off my dog’s tail.”
The vet stepped back, “Bert, why
should I do such a terrible thing?”
Bert answered, “Because my
mother-in-law’s arriving tomor-
row, and I don’t want anything to
make her think she’s welcomed.”
*****
To The Editor,
When the Democrats passed their
Health Insurance Exchange -- the
Minnesota version of ObamaCare --
several months ago, Republicans re-
peatedly warned about three main
problems: fewer choices, higher
costs, and less privacy for your pri-
vate health data.
With the Oct. 1 launch date of
MNsure rapidly approaching, it
seems to me that Minnesotans have
more questions than answers about
this $300 million dollar website that
will handle the private health data of
the more than one million people
expected to participate in the ex-
change.
Recently, KSTP reported that in a
closed-door meeting with the
Greater Minnesota Health Care
Coalition, Senator Tony Lourey, the
architect of the Democrats’ Insur-
ance Exchange in the Senate, stated
that HMO health insurance
providers who operate within MN-
sure would have to dip into their ex-
cess reserve accounts to cover po-
tential budget shortfalls in the pro-
gram.
What does this mean for Min-
nesotans? If MNsure health insur-
ance premiums are not adequate be-
cause they are artificially under-
priced, Minnesotans will be forced
to pay even higher insurance premi-
ums in the future for government
mandated health insurance in order
to “make sure it is profitable.”
Even worse, it was reported re-
cently that MNsure suffered a data
breach impacting about 2,400 peo-
ple including social security num-
bers and other private information.
Individuals who were impacted by
the data breach were contacted, so if
you have not heard from the state,
you were not impacted.
If MNsure is already unable to
keep safe social security numbers
and other data, how can we be ab-
solutely sure that the private health
data of more than one million Min-
nesotans will be safe? The stories in
recent years about illegal, improper,
or accidental data breaches by Min-
nesota government agencies are too
many to count.
That’s why Republican members
of the MNsure oversight committee
have demanded that the committee
meet again to address these impor-
tant data privacy questions. With
just a couple of weeks before the ex-
change is set to start, it’s shameful
that the Democrat chairs of the over-
sight committee refuse to meet.
Governor Dayton claimed that the
desire for a simple oversight hearing
was an effort to do anything to kill it
by those who oppose the law.
That’s simply ridiculous. With
Democrats in complete control of
state government, there is no way to
kill the health insurance exchange.
A simple oversight hearing is need-
ed to reassure Minnesotans and an-
swer the key questions about how
MNsure will keep private health
data safe. It’s a total abdication of
the oversight committee’s responsi-
bility not to answer these outstand-
ing questions before Oct. 1.
I will keep you up to date as best I
can on MNsure as it begins Oct. 1,
and my fellow Republicans and I
will continue to fight to make sure
MNsure is held accountable for their
mistakes and answers the questions
Minnesotans have about their ques-
tionable practices.
Glenn Gruenhagen
State Representative
R-Glencoe
MNsure should be held accountable
By Dan Dorman
Before I was a legislator and eco-
nomic development director for the
city of Albert Lea, I sold tires. And,
let me tell you, if there’s even a tiny
hole anywhere in a tire, the whole
thing slowly goes flat.
That’s the same lesson I hope to
spread in my new position as the ex-
ecutive director of the Greater Min-
nesota Partnership: the state can’t
keep rolling if we’ve got a leak and
in some cases a flat tire.
Greater Minnesota is strong. More
than 45 percent of the state’s labor
force is located in Greater Minneso-
ta. Distinctly “rural” industries such
as logging, mining and agriculture
remain integral to the state’s econo-
my. Businesses like Hormel in
Austin, Schwan’s in Marshall, Arc-
tic Cat in Thief River Falls and Mar-
vin Windows in Warroad bring in
millions of dollars to the state each
year, not to mention thousands of
jobs.
Yet despite the amount of money
its businesses bring in and the num-
ber of jobs it provides, Greater Min-
nesota has sorely lacked an organ-
ized, unified voice aimed at getting
its needs met. Until now, that is.
The Greater Minnesota Economic
Development Partnership – a new
public-private partnership made up
of businesses, cities, chambers of
commerce, economic development
authorities and nonprofits – is that
voice for rural Minnesota.
In order to develop a strong econ-
omy statewide, Minnesota needs an
organization like the Partnership to
speak out about the needs of Greater
Minnesota.
The metro area already has a 20-
year vision for economic growth
which includes increased investment
in high-tech industries and a multi-
billion-dollar light rail system.
Greater Minnesota, however, cur-
rently lacks such vision and plan-
ning. The metro area isn’t going to
solve Greater Minnesota’s problems
for us. It’s time for communities and
businesses in Greater Minnesota to
join together to define problems and
develop our own solutions to con-
cerns such as infrastructure, tax pol-
icy and business growth.
Greater Minnesota business is
doing well, but it can do even better
with stronger state policies and more
resources. An organization like the
Partnership is needed to advance the
economic development goals of
Greater Minnesota and, in turn, the
entire state.
I decided to take on the challenge
of leading the Partnership because I
know how great Minnesota is and
how much better it can be. As the
owner of a small business in Albert
Lea, I have lost customers and busi-
ness to businesses located in Iowa
because of Minnesota state policies
which are not as competitive as
those in Iowa.
As an EDA director, I too often
saw my community miss out on new
business opportunities because other
states offer better incentives. And
while I wanted every new job in our
area, if not Albert Lea I wanted
them in Minnesota.
As a legislator, I witnessed great
ideas get squashed because they did-
n’t have a strong enough support
group behind them. In other words,
I’ve been there, and I’m tired of
watching great opportunities slip
away.
Why do we need the Partnership?
Don’t we already have economic de-
velopment groups that advocate for
the same goals? Well, not exactly.
While rural and urban areas
should be on the same team when it
comes to the state’s economic
growth, the needs of Greater Min-
nesota differ greatly from those of
the metro and often are subservient
to powerful metro interests. If we
don’t begin to address economic
growth in Greater Minnesota, we’ll
all be in trouble.
Dorman
Continued on page 6
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Obituaries
Bradley L. Savage, age 37,
of Arlington and formerly of
Belle Plaine, died Monday,
Sept. 23, 2013 at his home in
Ar l i ngt on.
F u n e r a l
service will
be 11:00
a.m. on
Thur s da y,
Sept. 26 at
the Kolden
F u n e r a l
Home in
B e l l e
Plaine. Deacon Bob will of-
ficiate. Visitation was held
from 4 to 8 p.m. on Wednes-
day at the funeral home. In-
terment will be at a later date
in the Sacred Heart Cemetery
in Belle Plaine.
Bradley was born on April
5, 1976 to Marlin and Alice
(Fahey) Savage in New
Prague. He grew up in Belle
Plaine. He worked as a me-
chanic and drove truck
throughout his life. He en-
joyed playing the lottery,
working on cars with his son
Tyler and racing.
Bradley is survived by his
son, Tyler Keen-Savage of
Arlington; siblings, Mary
Muehlenhardt of Waconia,
Donald Savage of Belle
Plaine and Julie Savage of
Belle Plaine; niece and
nephew, Abby and Brandon
Muehlenhardt; friend, Mary
Keen; dogs, Midnight, Nib-
bler and Precious and many
friends and family.
He was preceded in death
by his parents and brother,
David “Tiny” Savage.
Bradley L. Savage, 37, Arlington
Bradley
Savage
Martha Voight, age 102 of
Arlington, passed away Tues-
day, Sept. 10, 2013 at the Ar-
lington Good Samaritan Cen-
ter. Graveside services were
conducted at 5:00 p.m. Fri-
day, Sept. 20 at St. Paul’s
Evangelical Lutheran Ceme-
tery in Arlington.
Martha was born on April
23, 1911 in Green Isle Town-
ship to Charles and Bertha
(Schwartz) Bullert. She was
baptized on May 7, 1911 at
Zion Lutheran Church in
Green Isle Township. Martha
was confirmed on April 5,
1925 also at Zion Lutheran
Church. On Nov. 1, 1941 she
married Lawrence Voight at
the Zion Lutheran Parsonage
in Green Isle Township.
Martha was a homemaker
throughout her life.
Martha is survived by her
son and daughter-in-law:
Wayne and Susan Voight, and
grandchildren: Steven and
Emilie Voight.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, her husband
Lawrence on Jan. 27, 1973,
and her three brothers, Louis,
Richard, and Eberhard
Bullert.
Martha Voight, 102, Arlington
Linda M. Bach, age 55, of
Marshall, passed away at the
Prairie Home Hospice Home
in Marshall on Tuesday, Sept.
17th.
Mass of
Ch r i s t i a n
Burial was
Sa t u r d a y,
Sept. 21st at
Holy Re-
d e e m e r
C a t h o l i c
Church in
Marshall.
Visitation was held prior to
the mass. Immediately fol-
lowing the mass, there was a
Celebration of Life at the
Southwest Minnesota State
University Conference Cen-
ter, Lower Ballroom.
Linda Marie was born on
March 16, 1958 in Alhambra,
Calif. to Raymond and Eve-
lyn (Joanning) Pfarr. She was
baptized at St. Therese
Catholic Church in Alham-
bra. While Linda was young,
she and her family moved to
Arlington where she received
First Communion and was
later confirmed at St. Mary’s
Catholic Church. She gradu-
ated from Arlington High
School in 1976 and went on
to receive her LPN degree
from Faribault Community
Technical College in 1979.
Linda was employed as an
LPN at the Gaylord Hospital
when she met Steve Bach.
They met for the first time on
the old Mattke Field at
SMSU in Marshall.
They were married at St.
Mary’s Catholic Church in
Arlington on June 4, 1983. To
this union two children were
born, namely, Collene and
Joseph. Linda and her family
lived in Arlington, and she
worked at the Fairview Clinic
in Edina for a few years be-
fore moving to Albia, Iowa.
While living there, Linda de-
cided to do what she enjoyed
the most and opened a day-
care. After relocating to Carv-
er, she worked for the State
of Minnesota at the Carver
County Court Administra-
tions office. The family
moved to Yankton, S.D.
where she was employed in
the City Administration Of-
fice and Mount Marty Col-
lege. The family returned to
Victoria, where Linda re-
turned to work for the Carver
County Court Administration
Office. In 2008, Linda and
her family moved to Mar-
shall, where she was current-
ly employed at the SMSU
Physical Plant as Office Ad-
ministrative Specialist Senior.
Linda is survived by her
husband Steve of Marshall;
two children, Collene Bach of
Marshall and Joe (Margie)
Bach of Mankato; three sib-
lings, Patricia (Tim) Brown
of Waseca, Tom (Lisa) Pfarr
of Arlington, and Mary
(Brian) Paul of Elysian;
brother-in-law, Tom Macy of
Washington, DC ; father and
mother-in-law, Roman and
Gertie Bach of Canby; broth-
er and sister-in-laws, Marian
Bach of St. Cloud, Karen
(Milo “Buddy”) Hovland of
Yankton, S.D., Jeff and Jerry
Bach of Canby, Connie
(Jason) Becker of Sioux
Falls, S.D., Tammy (Dan)
Willis of Marietta and
Stephanie (Al) Grey of Sioux
Falls, So.Dak.; also many
aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces,
nephews, and many dear
friends.
Linda was preceded in
death by her parents and two
siblings, Kathleen Macy and
Diane Pfarr, grandparents and
numerous aunts and uncles.
Blessed be the memory of
Linda M. Bach.
Linda M. Bach, 55, Marshall
Linda Bach
Mary Celeste (Bitterman)
Fisher, age 62, of Gaylord
passed away surrounded by
her family on Saturday, Sept.
14, 2013, at the
Sibley Medical
Center in Ar-
lington. Funeral
Service was
held on Friday,
Sept. 20, at
11:00 A.M. at
I m m a n u e l
L u t h e r a n
Church in Gay-
lord with interment in the
church cemetery.
Reverend Fredric Hinz of-
ficiated. Jeanne Bruss was the
organist. Congregational
Hymns were “Rock Of
Ages”, “Earth And All Stars”,
“I Am Trusting Thee, Lord
Jesus”, “Abide With Me”
Casket Bearers: Chad Fish-
er, Corey Fisher, Todd Fisher,
Tara Fisher, Krista Eggers-
gluess, Katie Rauch.
Mary Celeste (Bitterman)
Fisher was born on Dec. 4,
1950, in St. Paul, Minnesota.
She was the daughter of
Clarence and Celeste (Proulx)
Bitterman. Mary was bap-
tized as an infant on Dec. 17,
1950, and was later con-
firmed in her faith as a youth
on March 8, 1961. She re-
ceived her education at St.
Matthew’s in West St. Paul
and was a 1969 graduate of
Humboldt High School in St.
Paul. Mary furthered her edu-
cation at Southwest Minneso-
ta State College in Marshall
and graduated with a Bache-
lor of Arts Degree in Art Edu-
cation in 1973.
On Aug. 4, 1973, Mary was
united in marriage to Harlan
Fisher at Immanuel Lutheran
Church in Gaylord. After
their marriage, the couple
resided in Gaylord. Mary was
employed in the Sibley Coun-
ty Auditor’s Office, Heritage
Village, Agri Fleet as a book-
keeper, First National Bank
and as a Para professional in
the Library Media Center of
Sibley East in Gaylord. In the
summer months, she worked
for the Tri-Valley Migrant
and Seasonal Head Start Cen-
ter in Glencoe. They were
blessed with three children.
Mary and Harlan shared 40
years of marriage.
Mary was a member of Im-
manuel Lutheran Church in
Gaylord where she served on
the Altar Guild and taught
Sunday School for 14 years.
Mary enjoyed drawing,
painting, weaving, pottery,
traveling, reading, her pets,
Zumba, computers and
flower gardening. She espe-
cially enjoyed interacting
with students in the school li-
brary, establishing new
friendships while nurturing
old, cherished acquaintances.
Mary loved spending time
with her family, especially
her grandchildren.
She passed away surround-
ed by her family on Saturday,
Sept. 14, 2013, at the Sibley
Medical Center in Arlington
at the age of 62 years.
Blessed be her memory.
Mary is survived by her
husband Harlan Fisher of
Gaylord; Children,
James Fisher of Gaylord,
Michelle (Will) Weicht of Elk
River, and Jason Fisher of
Janesville; four grandchil-
dren, Carlee Weicht, Matthew
Weicht, Riley Fisher, and Na-
talie Weicht; siblings,
Michael (Barbara) Bitterman
of Naples, Fla., Roy (Barb)
Bitterman of Rogers, Tom
Bitterman of Rochester Hills,
Mich., and Barb Bitterman of
Inver Grove Heights; nieces,
nephews, other relatives and
friends.
Mary was preceded in
death by her Parents,
Clarence and Celeste Bitter-
man; Grandparents; Siblings,
Gilbert Bitterman and James
Bitterman; Half Sister,
Celeine Stanislaw and hus-
band, Larry; and Sister-In-
Law, Kitty Bitterman.
Arrangements by Egesdal
Funeral Home in Gaylord.
Online obituaries and guest
book available at
www.hantge.com. Please
click on obituaries and guest
book.
Mary C. Fisher, 62, Gaylord
Mary Fisher
Obituaries
Elfina Kuehl, 82, of Gay-
lord, died surrounded by her
family on Wednesday, Sept.
18, 2013, at her home in Penn
Township, McLeod County.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Sept. 23, at Im-
manuel Lutheran Church in
N e w
A u b u r n
with the
Rev. Brad
Dani el son
officiating.
Lori Pagel
was the or-
ganist and
s o l o i s t
V i c k i
Fr auendi -
enst sang “Amazing Grace.”
Congregational hymns were
“Just As I Am” and “He
Leadeth Me.”
Honorary pallbearers were
Autumn, Noah, Ciah, Caleb,
Adalynn, Marissa, Brittney,
Brayden, Cloe, Brooklyn,
Jackson, Kennedy, Jordon,
Max and Larissa. Pallbearers
were Dalton Kuehl, Tyler
Brockhoff, Curt Rand Jr.,
Brandon Richter, Austin
Schuetz and John Rose. Inter-
ment was in High Island
Cemetery, New Auburn.
Elfina Minnie (Frauendi-
enst) Kuehl was born Dec. 9,
1930, at home in New
Auburn Township, Sibley
County, the daughter of John
and Ida (Grewe) Frauendi-
enst. She was baptized as an
infant on Dec. 21, 1930, and
confirmed in her faith as a
youth on April 29, 1944, both
at St. John’s Lutheran
Church, Mountville, Dryden
Township, Sibley County.
She received her education at
St. John’s Parochial School,
Mountville.
On July 6, 1949, she was
united in marriage to
Clarence Kuehl at St. John’s
Lutheran Church, Mountville.
After their marriage, the cou-
ple farmed in Penn Township,
McLeod County. Mrs. Kuehl
was a homemaker until 1968,
when she went to work for
Tonka Toys for 16 years. She
worked for two years at Crys-
tal Foods and later at Hands,
Inc., for 14 years. The Kuehls
were blessed with 11 chil-
dren. They shared 45 years of
marriage before Mr. Kuehl
died on June 30, 1995.
Mrs. Kuehl was a member
of Immanuel Lutheran
Church in New Auburn. She
enjoyed gardening and can-
ning the harvest of the gar-
den. She loved spending time
with her children and grand-
children playing games. She
also enjoyed going to Wis-
consin to visit her oldest
daughter. She enjoyed baking
goodies for her children and
grandchildren.
She is survived by her chil-
dren, Dennis (Rosmary)
Kuehl of New Auburn, Karen
(Larry) Rand of Webster,
Wis., Sandra (Allen) Fredin
of Gaylord, Cheryl (Dennis)
Rose of Winthrop, Leon
Kuehl (special friend Dawn)
of New Auburn, Debra Sten-
zel of Arlington, Amy (Nate)
Zellmann of Arlington, Todd
Kuehl (special friend Melis-
sa) of Gaylord, Marc Kuehl
of Gaylord and Marla Kuehl
(special friend Dean) of
Green Isle; 20 grandchildren,
Naomi, Tracy, Wyatt, Jesse,
Chris, Curt, Cary, Bridgett,
Ross, Eric, Darin, Anna,
Melani, Mallory, Josh,
Nathan, Allison, Trey, Robert
and Paul; 21 great-grandchil-
dren, Dalton, Tyler, Curt,
Brandon, Austin, John, Au-
tumn, Noah, Ciah, Caleb,
Adalynn, Marissa, Brittney,
Brayden, Cloe, Brooklyn,
Jackson, Kennedy, Jordon,
Max and Larissa; brothers,
Edwin (Mavis) Frauendienst
and Raymond (Phyllis)
Frauendienst; many nieces,
nephews, other relatives and
friends.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, John and Ida
Frauendienst; father-in-law
and mother-in-law, William
and Emma Kuehl; brothers,
Emery, Wilbert and Willard
Frauendienst; sisters, Iona
Scharpe and Ruth Frauendi-
enst; brother-in-law, Ernie
Scharpe; sister-in-law, Mar-
cella Frauendienst; husband,
Clarence Kuehl; daughter,
Lynell Kuehl in 1976; great-
grandson, Owen Brockhoff;
son-in-law, Daniel Stenzel;
and brother-in-law and sister-
in-law, Marvin and Luella
Kuehl.
Arrangements were by the
Egesdal Funeral Home in
Gaylord. Online obituaries
and guest book are available
at www.hantge.com.
Elfina M. Kuehl, 82, of Gaylord
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Sports
By Kurt Menk
Editor
The Sibley East varsity
girls tennis team split a pair
of 4-3 meets in Minnesota
River Conference action last
week, according to Sibley
East head coach Melissa
Laumeyer.
The Lady Wolverines were
edged by visiting Le Sueur-
Henderson 4-3 on Tuesday
afternoon, Sept. 17.
Visiting Sibley East re-
bounded with a 4-3 win over
Tri-City United at Mont-
gomery on Thursday after-
noon, Sept. 19.
Sibley East, 3-4 in the
MRC, will close out its regu-
lar season at Jordan in con-
ference action on Thursday
afternoon, Sept. 26.
Le Sueur-Henderson 4
Sibley East 3
SINGLES: 1 - Breann
Walsh (SE) lost to Carlie
Brandt (LS-H) 5-6 (5-7), 4-6;
2 - Mariah Schrupp (SE) de-
feated Kat Chadwick (LS-H)
6-3,6-4; 3 - Ella Lundstrom
(SE) defeated Janie Schwartz
(LS-H) 6-0, 6-0; 4 - Faith
Young (SE) defeated Maddy
Meyer (LS-H) 6-0, 6-1.
DOUBLES: 1 - Alicia
Kranz & Alli Harter (SE) lost
to Katherine Cronk & Tracy
Eischens (LS-H) 6-7 (4-7), 4-
6; 2 - Ashley Mercier & Kim
Kurtzweg (SE) lost to
Kennedy Straub & Katelyn
Hank (LS-H) 1-6, 1-6; 3 -
Lindsey Flieth & Liz Thies
(SE) lost to Breanna Schug
& Adamzak (LS-H) 1-6,6-7
(4-7).
Sibley East 4
Tri-City United 3
SINGLES: 1 - Breann
Walsh (SE) defeated Breanna
Jaycox (TCU) 6-0, 6-1; 2 -
Mariah Schrupp (SE) lost to
Kori Howe (TCU) 3-6, 4-6; 3
- Ella Lundstrom (SE) lost to
Courtney Hentges (TCU) 5-7,
2-6; 4 - Kelsey Klaustermeier
(SE) lost to Rosa Ruiz (TCU)
6-1, 4-6, 0-6.
DOUBLES: 1 - Alicia
Kranz & Alli Harter (SE) de-
feated Molly Tiede & Jessica
O'Meara (TCU) 6-1, 6-4; 2 -
Ashley Mercier & Faith
Young (SE) defeated Emily
Holicker & Kristi Fredaicle
(TCU) 6-4, 6-2; 3 -
Liz Thies & Lindsey Flieth
(SE) defeated Chase Arndt &
Guadalupe Ruiz (SE) 6-3, 6-
3.
SE tennis team splits
a pair of 4-3 meets
By Kurt Menk
Editor
The Sibley East varsity
girls volleyball team enjoyed
its most successful week in
years.
The Lady Wolverines went
undefeated and captured top
honors in the annual Sibley
East Invitational at Gaylord
on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Prior to that, Sibley East
captured another win in Min-
nesota River Conference ac-
tion.
The Lady Wolverines, 2-1
in the MRC and 14-3 overall,
will host Mayer Lutheran at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26.
Sibley East will compete in
the Dassel-Cokato Challenge
on Saturday, Sept. 28. In ad-
dition, the Lady Wolverines
will host Tri-City United at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1.
SE Invitational
The Sibley East varsity
girls volleyball team posted
five consecutive wins and
captured top honors during its
annual tournament in Gaylord
on Saturday, Sept. 21.
In pool play, the Lady
Wolverines defeated Glen-
coe-Silver Lake. Sibley East
lost the first game 25-20 and
won the second game 25-19.
Junior Karley Lind and soph-
omore Katie Tuchtenhagen
dished out 12 and 10 set as-
sists respectively. Junior Au-
tumn Dose had three aces,
three kills and seven digs.
Sophomore Megan Krentz
and senior Megan Eckberg
added seven and five kills re-
spectively.
The Lady Wolverines, in
pool play, defeated Spring-
field 25-16 and 25-17. Krentz
collected five kills and five
blocks while Dose had six
kills. Eckberg and sophomore
Kailey Geib contributed five
kills each while Tuchten-
hagen and Lind added 14 and
12 set assists respectively.
In other pool play action,
Sibley East defeated Lake
Crystal-Wellcome Memorial
25-23 and 26-24. Lind dished
out 19 set assists while Tucht-
enhage had 11 set assists.
Krentz collected seven kills
while Eckberg and junior
Kelli Martens recorded six
kills each. Sophomore Mc-
Kayla Stumm had seven digs
while Dose and junior Shelby
Voight added six digs each.
In the semi-finals, Sibley
East defeated G-F-W 2-1.
The Lady Wolverines, who
lost the second game 25-19,
won the first and third games
25-20 and 15-7. Lind record-
ed 15 set assists and three
service aces while Eckberg
and Krentz collected seven
kills apiece. Voight had nine
digs while Martens con-
tributed four kills and six
digs.
In the championship, Sib-
ley East defeated Norwood
Young America 2-1. The
Lady Wolverines lost the first
game 25-13, but took the sec-
ond and third games 25-23
and 16-14 respectively.
Krentz recorded four kills
and five blocks while Lind
and Tuchtenhagen had 15 and
12 set assists respectively.
Voight posted 11 digs while
Eckberg contributed six kills.
Sibley East 3
Norwood Young America 2
The Sibley East varsity
girls volleyball team edged
visiting Norwood Young
America 3-2 in Minnesota
River Conference play on
Thursday night, Sept. 19.
The Lady Wolverines, who
lost the second and third
games 25-18 and 25-22, took
the first, fourth and fifth
games 25-11, 25-21 and 15-
11 respectively.
Senior Megan Eckberg had
five kills and a block in the
first game.
Juniors Autumn Dose and
Kelli Martens contributed key
kills while junior Paige Nel-
son recorded a key ace serve
during a rally in the fourth
game.
Junior Karley Lind posted
three key service points while
sophomore Kaily Geib con-
tributed some timely kills in
the fifth game.
Sibley East volleyball team hosts and
wins annual tournament in Gaylord
By Kurt Menk
Editor
The Sibley East varsity
boys and girls cross country
teams competed in the Run of
the Lakes at Crown College
near Waconia on Tuesday af-
ternoon, Sept. 17.
Sibley East will compete in
a meet at Le Sueur-Hender-
son on Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Boys Team
In the varsity boys race,
junior Sam Thies placed 48th
out of 70 runners with a time
of 19:32. Sophomore Justin
Bennett finished 58th with a
clocking of 20:12 while sen-
ior Ben Ahlstrand placed
63rd with a showing of
20:47. Junior Jonah Butler
finished 65th with a time of
21:03.
In the junior varsity boys
race, eighth grader Kristian
Schow placed 22nd among
130 runners with a time of
20:15. Eighth grader Logan
Tesch finished 29th with a
clocking of 20:34 while soph-
omore Jack Rosenfeld placed
82nd with a showing of
23:13. Junior Chase Ellwood
finished 91st with a time of
23:36.
In the shorter junior high
boys race, eighth grader
Cameron Thurn placed 37th
out of 46 harriers with a time
of 11:34.
Girls Team
In the varsity girls race,
freshman Alison Eibs placed
22nd among 70 runners with
a time of 17:54. Senior
Maren Miner finished 40th
with a clocking of 19:06
while freshman Abigail But-
ler placed 47th with a record-
ing of 19:34. Eighth grader
Tamara Ehrich finished 64th
with a time of 21:17.
In the junior varsity girls
race, senior Heidi Milczark
finished 56th out of 79 harri-
ers with a showing of 23:16.
Run of the Lakes is the latest
meet for Sibley East harriers
By Kurt Menk
Editor
Former Green Isle Irish
baseball player Tom
Lilledahl was recently in-
ducted into the Red Wing
Baseball Hall of Fame
during an induction ban-
quet at the American Le-
gion Clubroom in Red
Wing.
Lilledahl, who is a grad-
uate of the Le Sueur High
School and Minnesota
State University, Mankato,
played shortstop for the
Irish from 1984 through
1987.
He moved to Red Wing
due to a job and played for
the Aces from 1988
through 2001. Lilledahl
played for Red Wing when
the Aces won the state
championship in 1990 and
1993.
Lilledahl was an “excel-
lent defensive infielder
and clutch hitter,” accord-
ing to Green Isle Irish Hall
of Famer Joe Kreger.
In addition to Lilledahl,
three other players were
also inducted into the Red
Wing Baseball Hall of
Fame. They included Dan
Halvorson, Jim Kelly and
Tim Ulvenes.
Lilledahl inducted into
Red Wing Hall of Fame
Submitted Photo
Members of the Sibley East varsity girls volleyball
team include the following players. Front Row: (left to
right) Sydney Fogarty, Shelby Voight, Katie Tuchten-
hagen, McKayla Stumm, Kailey Geib, Paige Nelson,
Karley Lind and Natalie Mesker. Back Row (l to r):
Head coach Chip Wolverton, Alyssa Weber, Megan
Eckberg, Autumn Dose, Mikayla Perschau, Megan
Krentz and Kelli Martens.
By Kurt Menk
Editor
The Sibley East varsity
football team surrendered a
fourth quarter lead and lost to
visiting Watertown-Mayer
19-18 in Minnesota River
Conference action on Friday
night, Sept. 20.
It was a tale of two halves
or at least the first half and
the fourth quarter. The
Wolverines had built an 18-0
advantage by halftime, but
surrendered the lead within
the first seven minutes of the
fourth quarter.
An interception by senior
safety Francisco Guzman set
up the first Sibley East touch-
down in the opening quarter.
The Wolverines marched 5
yards before senior running
back Erik Danielson found
the end zone on a 12-yard
run. The extra point kick by
senior Quentin Gex was
blocked as Sibley East had to
settle for a 6-0 lead.
After a short Watertown-
Mayer punt, the Wolverines
drove 33 yards before senior
running back Beau Swenson
scored on a 19-yard run. A
pass off of a faked extra point
kick fell incomplete as Sibley
East increased its lead to 12-0
with just 27 seconds left in
the first quarter.
An interception by senior
middle linebacker Ben White
deep in Watertown-Mayer
territory set up the next Sib-
ley East touchdown late in
the second quarter.
The Wolverines, a little
over two minutes later, scored
on a 5-yard run by Swenson.
A pass from senior quarter-
back Brody Rodning fell in-
complete for the two-point
conversion as Sibley East had
to settle for an 18-0 lead with
just 2:25 remaining in the
second quarter.
Sibley East engineered an-
other promising drive in the
third quarter, but lost a fum-
ble at midfield.
The game turned just sec-
onds into the fourth quarter.
A punt by junior Lukas
Bullert was blocked on the
Sibley East 2-yard line and
recovered by Watertown-
Mayer senior Hunter Hulley
in the end zone for a touch-
down. A pass for the two-
point conversion fell incom-
plete as the Royals drew
within 18-6 with 11:53 left in
the fourth quarter.
Watertown-Mayer, on the
ensuing kickoff, pinned the
Wolverines deep in Sibley
East territory. The Royals
held on downs and forced an-
other punt. It appeared that
Lukas Bullert was roughed
on the punt, but the officials
claimed that Watertown-
Mayer was blocked into the
Sibley East punter.
The Royals, who took over
the pigskin at midfield, drove
down the field and scored on
a 12-yard touchdown pass
from junior quarterback Brett
Johnson to Hulley. Johnson
followed with the extra point
kick as Watertown-Mayer
climbed within 18-13 with
8:10 left in the fourth quarter.
The Royals, on the ensuing
kickoff, again pinned Sibley
East deep in Wolverine terri-
tory. Watertown-Mayer again
held on downs and forced an-
other Sibley East punt.
Watertown-Mayer marched
down field and found the end
zone on a 34-yard run by
Johnson. A run for the two-
point conversion was unsuc-
cessful, but not before the
Royals climbed ahead with
5:07 remaining in the fourth
quarter.
The Wolverines drove from
their 25-yard line down to
around the Royal 30-yard
line, but the drive ended
when a Rodning pass was in-
tercepted.
Watertown-Mayer regained
possession of the ball and ran
out the clock for the 19-18
victory.
“It was definitely a tale of
two halves,” said Sibley East
head coach Chuck Hartman.
“I credit Watertown-Mayer
for not folding it up and
wanting to go home down 18-
0 after three quarters. “The
blocked punt was a huge mo-
mentum shifter.”
The Wolverine offense
compiled a total of 238 yards
in the loss.
Danielson sparked the
ground game with 31 carries
for 134 yards and one touch-
down. Swenson had a dozen
rushes for 69 yards and two
touchdowns while Rodning
and sophomore Quinn Riffen-
burg added 15 and 11 yards
respectively.
Rodning, who suffered one
interception, completed two
of five passing attempts for
nine yards.
The Wolverine defense,
which forced two turnovers,
played on a short field espe-
cially in the fourth quarter.
White led the defense with
three solo tackles, four assist-
ed tackles and one intercep-
tion. Swenson recorded six
solo tackles while senior
Cordell Bates had two solo
tackles and four assisted tack-
les. Guzman contributed one
solo tackle and an intercep-
tion while senior Darian
Schulte had four assisted
tackles. Senior Ben Frietag
added one solo tackle and
three assisted tackles.
“We are a good football
team,” said Hartman. “We
just have to keep getting bet-
ter and eliminate the little
mistakes that turn into cata-
strophic miscues like they did
Friday night.”
The Wolverines, 1-2 in the
MRC and 1-3 overall, will
travel to Tri-City United in
conference action at Mont-
gomery at 7 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 27.
“TCU is very similar to last
year,” Hartman said.   “Big
and strong.  They like to run
the ball and throw it more
this year than last year.  Their
defense is allowing 4.5 points
per game right now which is
outstanding.”  
Hartman added, “We think
if we take care of the football
and play solid defense we
will be right there in the end.”
Sibley East surrenders late lead,
falls to Watertown-Mayer 19-18
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The following is a list of re-
sults from the Arlington Raceway
on Saturday night, Sept. 21.
Auto Cross
Feature
1. Aaron Helmbrecht, Howard
Lake
2. Mike McConnell, Henderson
3. Adam Wroge, Green Isle
4. Aaron Rose, Arlington
5. Casey Loehrer, Hutchinson
6. Jared Mackenthun, Hamburg
7. Zach Schultz, Watertown
8. Brice Reierson, Arlington
9. Joshua Zebell, Norwood
10. Ben Brinkman, Lafayette
11. Rylie Frauendienst, Arlington
12. Pete Biedscheid, Le Sueur
13. Brett Scharping, Arlington
14. Kyle Frahm, Hutchinson
15. Peter Schwartz, Le Sueur
16. Scott Brandt, St. Peter
IMCA Hobby
Feature
1. Mike Vogt, New Auburn
2. Matt Hanson, Slayton
3. Kevin LaTour, Le Sueur
4. Matt Olson, Franklin
5. Dakota Robinson, Arlington
6. Rodney Manthey, Norwood
7. Brennen Boettger, Springfield
8. Josh Telecky, Hutchinson
9. Ryan Grochow, New Ulm
10. Brad Becker, Gaylord
11. Tim Heidecker, Silver Lake
12. Charlie Rustman, St. Peter
13. Brian Loscheider, Cologne
14. Sarah Voss, Belle Plaine
15. Jason Baune, Hutchinson
16. Patrick Oestreich, Belle
Plaine
17. Kristin Voss, Belle Plaine
18. Brad Strauss, Janesville
19. Lee Fetchenhier, Mankato
20. Corey Schultz, Arlington
21. Tim Huseby, Belview,
22. Roger Jenniges, Echo
23. Jeremy Ziemke, Janesville
24. Daniel Eckblad, St. Peter
25. Neil Forsberg, Slayton
26. Nate Manderfield, Mankato
27. Spencer Pitzele, White Bear
Lake
28. Brady Foesch, Bird Island
29. Marschall Robinson, Arling-
ton
30. Cole Robinson, Green Isle
31. Jacob Olson, Morton
32. Frank Billmeier, Morgan
IMCA Sport
Compact Feature
1. Kyren Porter, Madison Lake
2. Logan St. John, Arlington
3. Kyle Ewert, Arlington
4. Kalab Stoeckman, Arlington
5. Ashelyn Moriarty, Jordan
6. Robert Rutt, Norwood
7. Randy Roush, New Auburn
8. Jed Trebelhorn, Winthrop
9. Alan Lahr, Nicollet
10. Mitch Grimm, Fargo, N.D.
IMCA SportMods
Feature
1. Matthew Looft, Swea City,
Iowa
2. Joe Maas, Howard Lake
3. Adam Ecker, Comfrey
4. Justin Remus, Sleepy Eye
5. Eric Larson, Madison Lake
6. Adam Revier, Glencoe
7. Jeremy Brown, Rosemount
8. Larry Revier, Olivia
9. Chris Isaacson, New Ulm
10. Josh Larsen, Glencoe
11. Paul Konakowitz, New Ulm
12. Tim Bergerson, North
Mankato
13. Dan Milbradt, Belview
14. Dustin Engelke, Lester
Prairie
15. Mark Garver, Wells
16. Ben Chukuske, Sherburn
17. Shawn Harms, Green Isle
18. Zack Malchow, Hutchinson
19. Wade Marshall, Chanhassen
20. John Albrecht, Glencoe
21. Jeff Schultz, Jr., Norwood
22. Travis Schurmann, Norwood
23. John Rice, Renville
24. Glenn Martner, Bloomington
25. Adam Purcell, Excelsior
Karts Rookie
Feature
1. Logan Kotasek, Belle Plaine
2. Zoe Porter, Madison lake
3. Joey Reimers, Belle Plaine
4. Michael Stien, Gaylord
5. Dylan Anderson, Winthrop
6. Tate Isaacson, New Ulm
7. Emma Allen, St. Peter
8. Chaldin Wisch, Arlington
9. Carter Draeger, Gaylord
Karts Jr. Sportsman
Feature
1. Jason Reimers, Belle Plaine
2. Andrew Grussendorf, Gaylord
3. Jackson Lewis, Lakeville
4. Ben Reierson, Arlington
5. Scott Simmons, Lakeville
6. Grant Westphal, Arlington
7. Mason Davis, LeSueur
8. Jonathan Schroeder, Hender-
son
9. Sabrina Winter, Henderson
10. Sunshine-Wight, Winnebago
11. Zach Meyer, Silver Lake
Karts Juniors
Feature
1. Samantha Winter, Henderson
2. Derek Porter, Madison Lake
Karts Stock Feature
1. Blake Schnobrich, New Ulm
2. Terry Lang, St. Paul
3. Holli Reimers, Belle Plaine
4. Nicole Hall, Mankato
5. Daulton Lamont, Elko
Modifieds Feature
1. Brandon Beckendorf, Danube
2. Dan Menk, Franklin
3. Curt Lund, Redwood Falls
4. Chad Porter, Madison Lake
5. Nick Helmbrecht, Winsted
6. Jeff Coon, Elysian
7. Jerry Wren, Howard Lake
8. Jason Helmbrecht, Howard
Lake
9. Tyler Limoges, Redwood Falls
10. Adam Voss, Arlington
11. Clint Hatlestad, Glencoe
12. Josh Rogotzke, Sanborn
13. Andrew Timm, Mankato
14. Joe Voss, Belle Plaine
15. Roger Nielsen, Dolliver,
Iowa
16. Nate Zimmerman, Janesville
17. Greg Jacobsen, Sherburn
18. Tim Pessek, Hutchinson
19. Randy Klein, Currie
20. Dalton Magers, Redwood
Falls
Outlaw Hobby
Feature
1. Rodney Manthey, Norwood
2. Bryan Apitz, New Ulm
3. Teddy Goettl, New Auburn
4. Perry Oestreich, Belle Plaine
5. Fred Heidecker, Brownton
6. Scott Oestreich, Belle Plaine
7. Mark Oestreich, Henderson
8. Tony Winters, Green Isle
9. Jessie Johnson, Belle Plaine
Sprint Cars
Feature
1. Brandon Allen, St. Peter
2. Jeremy Schultz, Hutchinson
3. Brett Allen, Gaylord
4. Ron Guentzel, St.Peter
5. Nate Laugen, Lake Mills, Iowa
6. Mike Stien, Gaylord
7. Gary Kasten, Hutchinson
8. Victoria Knutson, Monticello
9. Aaron Wisch, Arlington
10. Dalyn Cody, Prior Lake
Stock Cars
Feature
1. Dan Mackenthun, Hamburg
2. Matthew Schauer, Arlington
3. Kenneth Tietz, Belle Plaine
4. Brent Uecker, Hutchinson
5. John Polifka, Glencoe
6. Gary Mattison, Lamberton
7. Chris Meyer, Silver Lake
8. Darrell Eckblad, St. Peter
9. Dean Nething, Morgan
10. Bob Rebstock, Redwood
Falls
11. Kyle Roepke, Arlington
12. Dan Dhaene, Henderson
13. Mori Oestreich, Henderson
14. Jeff Holstein, New Ulm
15. Jeff McCollum, Mankato
16. David Moriarty, Jordan
17. Brent Reierson, Arlington
18. Matt Speckman, Sleepy Eye
Truck Auto Cross
Feature
1. Adam Melhop, Arlington
2. Rick Quast, Arlington
3. Ryan Hoff, Winthrop
4. Pete Biedscheid, Le Sueur
5. John Theis, Le Center
6. Scott Ernsting, Le Sueur
7. Mark Chicoine, Montgomery
8. Dustin Theuringer, Hutchinson
9. Brianna Thies, Le Center
10. John Traxler, Arlington
11. Isaac Arnst, Henderson
The following misdemeanors,
petty misdemeanors and gross
misdemeanors were heard in Dis-
tri ct Court September 13-20:
Minnesota State Patrol (MSP);
Sheriff’s Office, (SO); Department
of Natural Resources (DNR): MN
Department of Transportati on
(MNDOT):
Ryan L. Brown, 21, Arlington,
passing on right when prohibited,
proof of insurance, dismissed,
careless driving, speed, $335, Ar-
lington PD; Andy M. Daschner,
33, Arlington, dog off leash, $135,
Arlington PD; Leonardo Fernan-
dez, 35, Sl eepy Eye, dri ve
over/through/around barricade-
hi ghway, $125, Arl i ngton PD;
Stephen B. Kizer, 37, Winthrop,
proof of insurance, local confine-
ment two days, credit for time
served two days, $185, Arlington
PD; Kelly J. Larson, 25, Shore-
wood, speed, $135, Arlington PD;
Hugo Luna-Hernandez, 24, Ar-
lington, driving after revocation,
$285, Arl i ngton PD; Faye M.
Mehlhop, 74, Green Isle, speed,
$125, Arl i ngton PD; Laura J.
Reetz, 56, Le Sueur, speed, $125,
Arlington PD; Robert O. Ruehling,
66, Le Sueur, failure to obey traf-
fic signs on controlled access
hi ghway, $125, Arl i ngton PD;
Delos L. Stapf, 72, Webster, drive
over/through/around barricade-
highway, $125, Arlington PD; Jon
A. Werner, 32, Green Isle, inter-
fere with 911 call, domestic as-
sault-intentionally inflicts/attempts
to inflict bodily harm, dismissed,
disorderly conduct-offensive/abu-
sive/noisy/obscene, continued,
supervised probation two years,
contact with probation, follow all
conditions set forth in probation
agreement, follow all instructions
of probati on, si gn probati on
agreement, sign all releases of in-
formation, chemical dependency
evaluation/treatment, domestic
abuse evaluation, follow recom-
mendations of evaluation, remain
law-abiding, $135, Arlington PD;
Shawn L. Callander, 32, Gaylord,
speed, $125, Gaylord PD; Patrick
K. Edeburn, 46, Sartell, speed,
$125, Gayl ord PD; Devi n J.
Mahon, 18, Gaylord, domestic as-
sault-commits act with intent to
cause fear of immediate bodily
harm or death, continued, super-
vised probation one year, local
confinement five days, credit for
time served five days, sentence
to service 10 days for indetermi-
nate, contact with probation, fol-
low all conditions set forth in the
probation agreement, follow all in-
structions of probation, sign pro-
bation agreement, sign all releas-
es of information, domestic abuse
evaluation, remain law-abiding,
follow recommendations of evalu-
ation, $185, Gaylord PD; Erick
J.E. Poter, 22, North St. Paul, do-
mestic assault-intentionally in-
fli cts/attempts to i nfli ct bodi l y
harm, dismissed, disorderly con-
duct-offensive/abusive/noisy/ob-
scene, stay of imposition, unsu-
pervised probation one year, sen-
tence to service 16 hours for in-
determinate, remain law-abiding,
no mi sdemeanor vi ol ati ons or
greater, $160, Gaylord PD; Ar-
mando Rios-Medina, 20, Gaylord
driving after revocation, $285,
Gaylord PD; Dennis W. Weber, Jr.,
21, Gaylord, proof of insurance,
dismissed, Gaylord PD; Herbert
R. Fisher, 31, Gibbon, no dog li-
cense, continued, unsupervised
probation one year, no same or
similar, pay costs, $50, no dog li-
cense, dismissed, Gibbon PD;
Bruce A. Prigge, Jr., 20, Brown-
ton, liquor consumption by per-
sons under 21, liquor-possession
by persons under 21, $285, Gib-
bon PD; Bri an D. Kahl ow, 48,
Henderson, speed, $225, Hen-
derson PD; John M. Maloney, 63,
Henderson, violation refuse ordi-
nance, continued, unsupervised
probation six months, pay costs,
no same or similar, $135, Hender-
son PD; Krista M. Arrazolo, 20, St.
Peter, duty to drive with due care-
speed greater than reasonable,
uninsured vehicle, $325, MSP;
Thomas P. Bond, 51, Minnetonka,
speed, $135, MSP; Scott E.H.
Deno, 16, Arlington, seat belt,
$110, MSP; Dana A. Devorak, 29,
Fai rfax, speed, $125, MSP;
Vanessa M. Godinez, 23, Gay-
lord, seat belt, $110, MSP; Chad
V. Kokesch, 42, Stewart, speed,
$135, MSP; Jeremy R. Koll, 28,
Glencoe, fail to yield right of way
to driver on right, $135, MSP;
Peter L. Marvti ak, 21, Al bu-
querque N.M., speed, $225,
MSP; Andrew M. Meyer, 25, Hen-
derson, muffler required, $135,
MSP; Jason J. ONeil, 28, Owaton-
na, speed, $135, MSP; Herbie A.
Payton, 37, Concordi a Mo.,
speed, $135, MSP; Charles G.
Prahl, 22, Le Sueur, seat belt,
$110, MSP; Warren B. Schneider,
41, Winthrop, seat belt, $110,
MSP; Kyler B. Streich, 20, Glen-
coe, window tint to dark, speed,
$175, MSP; Scott J. Tiede, 52, Le
Sueur, seat belt, $110, MSP; Erika
Y.T. Torres, 25, New Auburn, unin-
sured vehicle, speed, continued,
unsupervised probation one year,
no driver license violations, no
driving without insurance, remain
law-abiding, pay costs, $235, ve-
hicle registration required, failure
to obtain new drivers license after
changing name or address, dis-
mi ssed, MSP; Nathan A.
Woytcke, 17, Glencoe, vehicle
registration required, $115, MSP;
Daniel J. Blahowski, 30, Chaska,
malicious punishment of a child,
dismissed, domestic assault-in-
tentionally inflicts/attempts to in-
flict bodily harm, supervised pro-
bation two years, local confine-
ment 90 days, stay 33 days for
two years, credit for time served
38 days, follow all conditions set
forth in the probation agreement,
sign probation agreement, follow
all instructions of probation, sign
all releases of information, do-
mestic abuse evaluation, follow
recommendations of evaluation,
chemical dependency evalua-
tion/treatment, no contact with
victim(s), nor with his residence
pendi ng further order of the
court, no alcohol/controlled sub-
stance use, no possession of al-
cohol or drugs, random testing,
remain law-abiding, $135, SO;
Kathryn A. Carriere, 27, West Des
Moines, Iowa, careless driving,
stay of imposition, unsupervised
probation one year, sentence to
service 40 hours for indetermi-
nate, victim impact panel, chemi-
cal dependency evaluation/treat-
ment, follow recommendations of
evaluation, sign all releases of in-
formation, remain law-abiding,
keep court/attorney informed of
current address, $385, SO;
Nicholas R. Hambrick, 28, Jor-
dan, careless driving, dismissed,
SO; Adam W. Haugen, 32, St.
Cloud, speed, $125, SO; Dennis
W. Keith, 66, Henderson, assault-
inflict or attempt bodily harm, su-
pervised probation one year, local
confinement 90 days, stay 80
days for one year, mental health
screening, follow all instructions
of probation, follow recommenda-
tions of evaluation, contact with
probation, sign probation agree-
ment, remain law-abiding, no use
or possession of firearms or dan-
gerous weapons, $85, SO;
Jonathan S. Krautkremer, 19,
Henderson, uninsured vehicle,
continued, unsupervised proba-
tion one year, no driving without
insurance, pay costs, remain law-
abiding, no driver license viola-
tions, $100, SO; Marvin E. Krohn,
57, Nicollet, speed, $125, SO;
Timothy J. Lavin, 49, Wauwatosa,
Wis., speed, $135, SO; Walker
H.D. Liles, 19, Brookings S.D.,
speed, $125, SO; Patri ck J.
Moses, Jr., 22, DWI-alcohol con-
centration 0.08 within two hours,
stay of imposition, supervised
probation two years, local con-
finement two days, credit for time
served two days, sentence to
service 40 hours for indetermi-
nate, home monitor 28 days for
indeterminate, contact with pro-
bation, follow all conditions set
forth in the probation agreement,
follow all instructions of probation,
sign probation agreement, sign
all releases of information, victim
impact panel, no alcohol/con-
trolled substance use, no posses-
sion of alcohol or drugs, random
testing, remain law-abiding, fol-
low recommendations of evalua-
tion, chemical dependency evalu-
ation/treatment, $585, DWI-oper-
ate motor vehicle under influence
of alcohol, dismissed, SO; William
J. Breitkrevtz, 68, Hutchinson,
speed, continued, unsupervised
probation one year, local confine-
ment 10 days, stay 10 days for
one year, remain law-abiding, pay
costs, no moving violations, keep
court/attorney informed of current
address, $135, Winthrop PD; Kyle
A. Kotek, 20, Morristown, failure
to obey traffic control device,
$135, driver who is not owner
must later produce proof of insur-
ance i f requi red, di smi ssed,
Winthrop PD; Nicholas H. Spar-
row, 22, Winthrop, speed, $125,
Winthrop PD; Mark A. Todd, Jr.,
38, Winthrop, disorderly conduct-
offensive/abusive/noisy/obscene,
$185, Winthrop PD; Delsin I. Zam-
zow, 26, Lafayette, driving after
suspension, $285, Winthrop PD.
The following felonies were
heard in District Court September
13-20:
Devin J. Mahon, 18, Gaylord,
domestic assault-by strangula-
tion, dismissed, Gaylord PD; Den-
nis W. Keith, 66, Henderson, as-
sault-dangerous weapon, dis-
missed, SO.
Arlington Enterprise, Thursday, September 26, 2013, page 7
www.arlingtonmnnews.com
LOTS FOR SALE
RESOLUTION 2013-12
The Green Isle City Council, at its regularly scheduled meeting
on September 24, 2013 held at the city council chambers,
passed the following resolution by a vote of 5 yes and 0 no.
Resolved:
1. That the City has no public purpose use for the real estate
described below.
2. That it is the best interest of the city to offer for sale to the high-
est bidder the following described real estate, all located in the
City of Green Isle, Sibley County, Minnesota:
Lot 1, Block 1, Green Isle 3
rd
Addition;
Lots 6 & 10, Block 2;
Lots 3 & 4, Block 3; all in Green Isle 5
th
Addition;
Lots 1, 5 & 8, Block 1;
Lots 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 11 & 12, Block 2;
Lots 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 & 11, Block 3; all in Green Isle 6
th
Addition;
Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4, Block 1;
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12, Block 2;
Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4, Block 3; all in Green Isle 7
th
Addition;
all according to the respective plats on file in the office of the
Sibley County Recorder.
3. Therefore, the above described real estate is hereby offered for
sale to the highest bidder. Bids may be for individual lots or for
all of the lots together. Sale terms are cash on closing. The city
reserved the right to reject any and all bids. Bids shall be made
by sealed written bid, delivered to the Green Isle City Clerk at
the City Office, or mailed to the City Office at P.O. Box 275,
Green Isle, MN 55338, to be received no later than October 15,
2013. Sealed bids will be opened and considered by the City
Council at a closed meeting on October 22, 2013.
The undersigned attest this is a true and correct copy of the
resolution adopted on the above stated date.
For City of Green Isle:
/s/ By Dale ZumBerge, Mayor
/s/ By Bert Panning, City Clerk
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507-964-2201
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ZION LUTHERAN
Green Isle Township
Pastor Eric W. Rapp
Friday, September 27: 10:00
a.m. Deadline for Sunday bul-
letin.
Sunday, September 29: 10:30
a.m. Worship
Wednesday, October 2: 6:30
p.m. Confirmation class at St.
Paul’s. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wed. night
school grades 1-5 at St. Paul’s.
7:30 p.m. Joint Choir practice at
St. Paul’s.
CREEKSIDE
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Christian & Missionary
Alliance
Dr. Bill Kuhn,
Interim Pastor
114 Shamrock Drive
Arlington – 507-964-2872
email: creeksidecc@media-
combb.net.
Sunday, September 29: 10:30
a.m. Worship service.
Thursday, October 3: 6:30 p.m.
Men’s Bible study at Chuck
Peik’s home. 7:00 p.m. Women’s
Bible study at Jean Olson’s
home.
SEVENTH DAY
ADVENTIST
7th Ave. N.W., Arlington
(507) 304-3410
Pastor Robert Brauer
507-234-6770
Saturday: Church services at
9:30 a.m. Bible study at 11:00
a.m. Fellowship dinner at 12:00
p.m. All are welcome.
UNITED METHODIST
Arlington
Rodney J. Stemme, Pastor
wwwarlingtonunited
methodist.org
Saturday, September 28: 8:00
a.m. A-Men men’s group. 10:00
a.m. Women’s Bible study at
Bette Nelson’s.
Sunday, September 29: 9:00 &
11:00 a.m. Worship. 10:15 a.m.
Sunday school.
Tuesday, October 1: 6:30 p.m.
Worship team. 7:30 p.m. Stew-
ardship/Finance.
Wednesday, October 2: 7:00
p.m. Choir and confirmation.
Thursday, October 3: 10:00
a.m., 2:00 and 7:00 p.m. Worship
on cable TV. 1 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Women’s Bible study at Jean
Olson’s.
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN
(WELS),
Arlington
Bruce Hannemann, Pastor
WEBSITE:
www.stpaularlington.com
EMAIL:
Bruce.Hannemann@stpaul
arlington.com
Sunday, September 29: 8:45
a.m. Sunday school. 9:00 a.m.
Family Bible study. 10:00 a.m.
Worship.
Tuesday, October 1: 8:45 a.m.
M.O.M.’s meeting. 4:00 p.m.
Soccer home with St. Peter.
Wednesday, October 2; 2:00
p.m. Bible study.3:30-5:00 p.m.
KFC @ school. 3:45 p.m. Public
School Confirmation class. 6:00
p.m. Outreach meeting. 7:30 p.m.
Choir practice.
Thursday, October 3: 10:00
a.m. Bulletin information due.
11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. services
on cable TV channel 8. 3:30 p.m.
Soccer party. 6:30 p.m. Worship
committee.
GAYLORD ASSEMBLY
OF GOD
Gaylord
Bob Holmbeck, Pastor
Sunday, September 29: 9:00
a.m. Sunday school. 10:00 a.m.
Sunday worship service. 4:00
p.m. Hayride, pot blessing picnic,
bonfire, sing-along, and testi-
monies at Holmbeck’s farm.
Wednesday, October 2: 6:30
p.m. Evening Bible classes and
Youth Focused. 8:00 p.m. Supper
welcome!
ST. PAUL’S EV.
REFORMED CHURCH
15470 Co. Rd. 31, Hamburg
Dan Schnabel, Pastor
952-467-3878
www.stpaulsrcus.org
Sunday, September 29: 8:30
a.m. Sunday school and Bible
study. 9:30 a.m. Worship service.
Wednesday, October 2: 6:30
p.m. Catechism class.
Thursday, October 3: 6:30 p.m.
Women’s Guild.
ST. MARY, MICHAEL
AND BRENDAN AREA
FAITH COMMUNITY
Fr. Keith Salisbury, Pastor
Friday, September 27: 8:30
a.m. Mass (Mar).
Saturday, September 28: 5:00
p.m. Mass (Mar).
Sunday, September 29: 7:30
a.m. Mass (Bre/Mar). 8:30-9:30
a.m. Elementary religious educa-
tion (Mar). 8:30 a.m. Mass (Mic).
10:00 a.m. 150th Anniversary
Mass at St. Brendan/dinner.
Monday, September 30: 8:30
a.m. Mass (Bre and Mar). 8:00
p.m. AA and AlaNon (Mar).
Tuesday, October 1: 8:30 a.m.
Mass (Bre and Mar).
Wednesday, October 2: 8:30
a.m. Mass (Bre). 9:00 a.m. Word
and Communion (Oak Terrace).
5:00 p.m. Mass (Mar). 7:00-8:00
p.m. Jr./Sr. High religious educa-
tion (Mar).
Thursday, October 3: 8:30 a.m.
Mass (Bre and Mic). 7:30 p.m.
Narcotics Anonymous (Mic).
TRINITY LUTHERAN
32234 431st Ave., Gaylord
Rev. James Snyder,
Interim Pastor
Sunday, September 29: 10:00
a.m. Worship.
Wednesday, October 2: 6:00
p.m. Confirmation class at St.
Paul’s.
Thursday, October 3: 1:30 p.m.
Oak Terrace Communion.
ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN
(Missouri Synod), Arlington
Pastor William Postel
Phone 507-964-2400
Sunday, September 29: 9:00
a.m. Bible class. 10:00 a.m. Wor-
ship
Thursday, October 3: 5:30 p.m.
Deadline for bulletin information.
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN
Green Isle
Pastor Eric W. Rapp
Friday, September 27: 10:00
a.m. Deadline for Sunday bul-
letin.
Sunday, September 29: 9:00
a.m. Worship. 10:00 a.m. Sun-
day school.
Wednesday, October 2: 6:30
p.m. Confirmation class. 6:30-
7:30 p. m. Wed. night school
grades 1-5. 7:30 p.m. Joint Choir
practice.
PEACE LUTHERAN
(Missouri Synod), Arlington
Kurt Lehmkuhl, Pastor
Sunday, September 29: 8:15
a.m. Sunday school. 9:30 a.m.
Worship service. 2:00 p. m.
guild’s spa event.
Monday, September 30: 7:00
p.m. Worship service.
Wednesday, October 2: 3:45
p.m. Catechism. 7:00 p.m. Dr.
Dunbar will speak about his near
death experiencer.
ZION LUTHERAN
814 W. Brooks St.
Arlington – (507) 964-5454
James Carlson, Pastor
Sunday, September 29: 9:00
a.m. Worship. 10:00 a.m. Fel-
lowship and Sunday school.
Tuesday, October 1: 6:00-7:00
p.m. TOPS in church basement.
Thursday, October 3: 9:00 a.m.
and 1:00 p.m. Zion service on
cable.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT OF VERIFICATION
OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF
THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITH-
IN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW
IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS AC-
TION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
default has occurred in conditions of
the following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE: Novem-
ber 28, 2007
MORTGAGOR: Eric D. Hendrick-
son and Michelle M. Hendrickson,
husband and wife.
MORTGAGEE: Washington Mu-
tual Bank, FA.
DATE AND PLACE OF
RECORDING: Filed December 20,
2007, Sibley County Registrar of Ti-
tles, Document No. T-20099 on Cer-
tificate of Title No. 6813.0
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORT-
GAGE: Assi gned to: JPMorgan
Chase Bank, National Association.
Dated July 16, 2013 Filed August 5,
2013, as Document No. T22892.
Said Mortgage being upon Regis-
tered Land.
TRANSACTION AGENT: NONE
TRANSACTION AGENT’S
MORTGAGE IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER ON MORTGAGE: NONE
LENDER OR BROKER AND
MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR STAT-
ED ON MORTGAGE: Washington
Mutual Bank, FA
RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE
SERVICER: JPMorgan Chase Bank,
National Association
MORTGAGE PROPERTY AD-
DRESS: 318 10th Street, Gaylord,
MN 55334
TAX PARCEL I.D. #: 320507000
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
Lot 13 and the South 25 feet of
Lot 14, in Block 50, in Second West
Addition to the City of Gaylord, Sib-
ley County, Minnesota
COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY
IS LOCATED: Sibley
ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT
OF MORTGAGE: $129,600.00
AMOUNT DUE AND CLAIMED
TO BE DUE AS OF DATE OF NO-
TICE, INCLUDING TAXES, IF ANY,
PAID BY MORTGAGEE:
$125,441.71
That prior to the commencement
of this mortgage foreclosure pro-
ceedi ng Mortgagee/Assi gnee of
Mortgagee complied with all notice
requirements as required by statute;
That no action or proceeding has
been instituted at law or otherwise to
recover the debt secured by said
mortgage, or any part thereof;
PURSUANT to the power of sale
contai ned i n sai d mortgage, the
above described property will be
sold by the Sheriff of said county as
follows:
DATE AND TIME OF SALE: No-
vember 15, 2013 at 10:00 AM
PLACE OF SALE: Sheriff’s Of-
fice, Sheriff’s Department, 310 Park
Avenue, Gaylord, MN
to pay the debt then secured by
said Mortgage, and taxes, if any, on
said premises, and the costs and
disbursements, including attorneys’
fees allowed by law subject to re-
demption within six (6) months from
the date of said sale by the mort-
gagor(s), their personal representa-
tives or assigns unless reduced to
Fi ve (5) weeks under MN Stat.
§580.07.
TIME AND DATE TO VACATE
PROPERTY: If the real estate is an
owner-occupi ed, si ngl e-fami l y
dwelling, unless otherwise provided
by law, the date on or before which
the mortgagor(s) must vacate the
property if the mortgage is not rein-
stated under section 580.30 or the
property is not redeemed under sec-
tion 580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on May 15,
2014, unless that date falls on a
weekend or legal holiday, in which
case it is the next weekday, and un-
less the redemption period is re-
duced to 5 weeks under MN Stat.
Secs. 580.07 or 582.032.
MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED
FROM FINANCIAL OBLIGATION
ON MORTGAGE: None
“THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW
FOR REDEMPTION BY THE
MORTGAGOR, THE MORT-
GAGOR’ S PERSONAL REPRE-
SENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY
BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF
A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED
UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES,
SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING,
AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT
THE MORTGAGED PREMISES
ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESI-
DENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS
THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT
PROPERTY USED IN AGRICUL-
TURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE
ABANDONED.”
Dated: September 12, 2013
JPMorgan Chase Bank,
National Association
Mortgagee/Assignee of Mort-
gagee
USSET, WEINGARDEN AND
LIEBO, P.L.L.P.
Attorneys for Mortgagee/Assignee of
Mortgagee
4500 Park Glen Road #300
Minneapolis, MN 55416
(952) 925-6888
30 – 13-005754FC
THIS IS A COMMUNICATION
FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR.
(Publish September 26, Octo-
ber 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31, 2013)
AGRICULTURE
Misc. Farm Items
LIESKE TRACTOR
Wanted: Your OLD TRACTORS,
any condition, make or model. We
also specialize in new and used
TRACTOR PARTS AND REPAIR.
Call Kyle. Located west of Hen-
derson. (612) 203-9256.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Notice
Wanted: Junk appliances, iron,
machinery, wire etc. for recycling.
Will pick up. Call (507) 317-8717
for info.
AUTOMOTIVE
Parts, Repair
$$ DOLLARS PAID $$ Junk vehi-
cles, repairable cars/trucks. FREE
TOWING. Flatbed/ wrecker serv-
ice. Immediate pick up. Monday-
Sunday, serving your area 24/7.
(952) 220-TOWS.
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted
CONKLIN© DEALERS NEEDED!
Lifetime career in marketing, man-
agement and applying “Green”
products made in America. Full
time/ part time. For a free catalog
call Franke’s Conklin Service now
at (320) 238-2370. www.franke-
marketing.com.
Dairy crop farm help wanted. High
school students or retired farmers
may apply, too. (507) 964-5223.
Delta Fabrication
Control Assemblies
Railway Equipment
Xigent Solutions
We are currently filling the follow-
ing positions:
• Sheet metal fabrication/large me-
chanical assembly supervisor
• Sheet metal fabrication (Turret
punch press, brake press, MIG
and TIG welding)
• Large mechanical assembly
• Small mechanical assembly
• Electrical panel layout and wiring
• Printed circuit board assembly
• Logistics (shipping, receiving,
etc.)
***All positions will be filled on a
contract to hire basis***
Must be able to pass pre-employ-
ment drug screen
Pay depends on qualifications
Please email your resume to:
brousslang@xigentsolutions.com
or fax: 952-525-0707
Light typing, errands. Must have
flexible schedule and be reliable.
Computer skills necessary. Youths
may apply. (507) 964-2550.
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted
EARN EXTRA CASH $150 PLUS
PER MONTH WHILE HAVING
FUN VOLUNTEERING
Lutheran Social Service of MN is
l ooki ng for cari ng i ndi vi dual s
to serve individuals in McLeod
County. Senior Companions are
needed to provide companionship
to older adults. Volunteers earn
a tax-free stipend, travel reim-
bursement, other benefi ts.
Contact Gail Sumerfelt at 507-
337-0382 or 507-530-2295.
Immediate openings in Winsted.
RNs and LPNs for Home Care.
Part-time positions with young
adul t femal e cl i ent. Pri mari l y
weekday eveni ngs, 4 p.m.- 12
a.m.; Every third Saturday, 8 a.m.-
12 a.m. Please contact Communi-
ti es of Care (651) 482-0549,
www.communitiesofcaremn.com.
Truck dri ver wi th Cl ass A CDL
wanted to drive semi with live-bot-
tom trailer for sweet corn haul.
Minimum 2 years verifiable and
current driving experience, 23 or
older, good driving record. Must
be flexible to work day or night
shift and weekends. Mallak Truck-
ing, Inc, Olivia, MN 320-523-5029.
Work Wanted
HANDYMAN: Will do remodeling
of kitchens, bathrooms, hanging
doors and wi ndows, pai nti ng,
sheet rocking, texturizing or any
minor repairs inside or outside.
Wi l l al so do cl eani ng of base-
ments/garages. Call (320) 848-
2722 or (320) 583-1278.
FOR SALE
Heating/Air Conditioning
Special-95% Goodman gas fur-
nace and programmable thermo-
stat, $2,200 installed or AC unit,
$1,900 installed. J&R Plumbing
Heating AC, Lester Prairie (320)
510-5035.
Wanted To Buy
BUYING JUNK BATTERIES
We buy used batteries and lead
weights. Paying $12 for automo-
tive batteries. We pick up with 18
battery minimum. Call 800-777-
2243.
REAL ESTATE
Mobile Homes
1993 Liberty. Glencoe. 3BR. All
appliances. Easy finance. (612)
759-9161. www.swsales.org.
Townhomes
2003 3BR, 2BA, 1,506 sq. ft. twin-
home for sale. 408 Lynch Street,
Arlington. Mary (239) 776-0439.
RENTAL
Apartment
Duplex, 2BR, oversized garage,
W/D on main level, AC, Arlington.
No smoking or pets. $600 rent
plus utilities and deposit. (952)
758-7622.
Updated, spacious one and two
BR apartments in Renville. In-
cludes heat, water garbage. New
stove, fridge, air conditioner. Pet-
friendly. Call (320) 564-3351 for
appointment.
House
1, 2, 3 or 4 bedroom houses for
rent in Olivia. Call (320) 212-3217.
Want To Rent
Young farmer looking for land to
rent for 2014 and beyond. Com-
petitive rates and reference avail-
able. Call Austin Blad (320) 221-
3517.
SERVICES
Child Care
Shelly’s Little Peanut Child Care
now enrolling infants and up. Lo-
cated in Green Isle. (507) 326-
5781.
Misc. Service
CUSTOM LOG SAWING- Cut at
your place or ours. White oak lum-
ber decking and firewood. Give
Virgil a call. Schauer Construction,
Inc. (320) 864-4453.
Arlington Enterprise, Thursday, September 26, 2013, page 9
www.arlingtonmnnews.com
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• Dietary Assistant – 6:30am-1:30pm
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hours vary, 6 shifts per pay period
includes every other weekend/holiday.
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The Sibley County Fair Board is calling for proposals for reroofing build-
ing #18 on the fairgrounds in Arlington, Minnesota.
Project to include
1. 29 gauge white metal roofing over existing shingles. All roofing to be
screwed onto strips.
2. Roof to be stripped with 2x4 lumber nailed with POLE BARN NAILS.
3. 4-inch overhang
4. Ridge vents
5. Finished bottoms
6. Gabel ends to be covered completely with white metal to match roof-
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7. Bathrooms attached to building included in project.
Call 507-964-5733 for appointments to view project.
Proposals must spell out materials, labor and any physical upgrades nec-
essary to complete project, and total of said proposals.
Sibley County Fair Board reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids/proposals.
All proposals must be returned by 9 October 2013 to:
Contact & Return proposals to Dennis Van Moorlehem
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every other weekend only.
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Gustafson Family Dentistry
Haggenmiller Lumber
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Jerry’s Home Quality Foods
Kick’s Bakery
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Serving the Brownton and Glencoe area.
Pauline Schmidt, 320-864-4058
Shari Polzin, 320-864-4365
To join a club in your area, contact:
by phone: 507-237-4100
or e-mail: rettm001@umn.edu
Arlington Enterprise, www.arlingtonmnnews.com, Thursday, September 26, 2013, page 10
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