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THE NEWPRAGUE TIMES
Volume 124, Number 14 18 Pages www.newpraguetimes.com 952.758.4435 Thursday, December 6, 2012 $1.25
European Christmas a world of fun, Page 3 Wrestlers go 5-0 at home tourney, Page 11
SANTA VISITS THIS WEEK
Thurs., Dec. 6 State Bank of New Prague 5:30-7pm
Fri., Dec. 7 American Family Insurance 5:30-7pm
Sat., Dec. 8 Drug Express Noon-2pm
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Thurs., Dec. 13 Ace Hardware 5:30-7pm
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Sat., Dec. 15 Bargain Bettys Noon-2pm
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10am - 2pm, Saturday, Dec. 8
Free will offering gift wrapping event
to benefit the New Prague Area Figure Skating Club,
at Hertaus Flooring
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7:30am-1pm, Sunday, Dec. 9
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By Patrick Fisher
Staff Writer
Mild weather added to a
large turnout for the 17th an-
nual Holiday Parade of
Lights and the second annual
Holiday in the Park. The pa-
rade down New Pragues
Main Street ended at Memo-
rial Park with a variety of
festivities.
"I thought it was fantastic,"
said Kristy Mach, executive
director of the New Prague
Chamber of Commerce, or-
ganizer of the event.
There were about 13 units
in the parade that went east
on Main Street. Various orga-
nizations participated from
businesses to clubs. Mach
said this year there were no
prizes for the best floats. One
difference was that as the pa-
rade neared Memorial Park,
the crowds lining the streets
grew in number.
"I was surprised to see so
many people at Memorial
Park," said Mach.
This year the Holiday in
the Park included activities
from last year and new ones.
There was the Reindeer Dash
where children 10 and under
lined up in one of the ball-
parks to scramble to grab a
goodie bag. Mach said there
were 500 bags that contained
various items, spread out in
the outfield.
"I think everyone got one,
because they were all gone,"
said Mach.
During the dash children
were asked to share if they
saw someone without a bag.
Other events included vis-
its with Santa, carols by the
New Prague choir Hymnus
and a tree lighting ceremony.
Santa lit the pine tree sprin-
kled with 5,500 LED lights
that will remain lit through
the Holidays. Mach said the
local Boy Scouts were gener-
ous by providing three small
bonfires in portable fire pits.
Closing the night were
fireworks by RES Specialty
Pyrotechnics. People told
Mach they enjoyed being
able to see a terrific fire-
works show up close.
"People thought it was a
great night," said Mach.
Large crowds greet Holiday festivities
Patrick Fisher Photo
Larry Entinger rides the New Prague Knights of Columbus entry during the Holiday
Parade of Lights held on Main Street Friday, Nov. 30. Mild weather led to a large
turnout for the 17th annual event. To see more photos go to newpraguetimes.com and
click on the blue button.
Chuck Kajer Photo
The New Prague Community Christmas tree stands in the foreground while fireworks
go off during the Holiday Celebration in the Park.
Chuck Kajer Photo
Concert puts audience in festive mood
The New Prague High School show Choir, Emotion, performed at the New Prague Christmas Concert Sunday, Dec.
2, at St. Wenceslaus Church. Other groups included the New Prague Community Band, the Hymnus choir, groups
from St. Wenceslaus School and Raven Stream Elementary and the Hurt family. The finale featured the audience
and all performers joining together to sing popular Christmas Carols. See more photos on Page 2.
Chuck Kajer
Managing Editor
Marine Lance Corporal
Dale Means was laid to rest
at St. Patricks Cemetery, on
Wednesday, Nov. 28, outside
the same church where he
married his high school
sweetheart just 13 months
earlier.
Means, a 2007 graduate of
New Prague High School,
was killed
November 18
when the vehi-
cle he was rid-
ing in hit a
roadside bomb
i n
Afghanistan.
The funeral
p r o c e s s i o n
began at
Bruzek Funer-
al Home and went east on
Main Street (Highway
13/19), and the route was
lined not only with 1,800
American Flags, courtesy of
Larry Eckhardt of Little
York, IL, but with hundreds
of people who took a break
from their daily routine to
give the Marine a proper
sendoff. Those lining the
sidewalks included people of
all ages, from young children
to retired people. Several
classes from St. Wenceslaus
School walked the six blocks
from school to pay their re-
spects to a fallen hero.
One woman, Jodi Hunt,
walked up to the group and
passed out small American
Flags to the children. Helen
Tikalsky, who is the mother
of three veterans, talked
about the emotions she felt as
her voice broke with emo-
tion.
The procession followed
Highway 13 east and north.
At the roundabout at Scott
County Road 2, two sheriffs
cars blocked crossing traffic
and two deputies as well as a
man in a Marine Uniform
stood in the circle and saluted
as the procession went by.
Dozens of cars were stopped
and passengers got out and
Community helped give Marine a proper sendoff
See Funeral, Page 7
Lance Cpl.
Dale Means
New Years Baby Contest begins
The New Prague Times First Baby Contest will
accept entries until 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 27, at
the 13 area businesses participating in this year's
contest. Each business will donate a gift for the
family of the first baby born in 2013 at Mayo
Clinic Health System in New Prague. Readers
can win by filling out one or more ad coupons for
the contest, guessing the date, time and weight of the
New Years first arrival, and dropping the coupons in the box at
each participating businesses. For more, turn to Page 16.
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Speaking of Health
Diabetes awareness: Becoming a healthier type
Approximately 25.8 million
people in the United States
have been diagnosed with
diabetes and 7 million remain
undiagnosed, according to the
Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC). Diabetes is
a chronic disease that costs our
nation thousands of lives each
year, making it increasingly
important for everyone to gain
greater awareness about
prevention and management.
1. What is diabetes?
Diabetes is caused by
insuffcient production of, or
resistance to, a hormone called
insulin. There are several types
of diabetes, all of which are a
result of blood sugar (glucose)
levels being excessively high.
Type 1 diabetes is usually
diagnosed in children and
young adults and was
formerly referred to as
juvenile diabetes. Type 1
is caused by the body not
producing any insulin.
Type 2 diabetes is the most
common form of diabetes
and affects millions of
Americans both diagnosed
and undiagnosed. In the
case of type 2 diabetes,
the body either doesnt
produce enough insulin
or resists its effects. Obesity
plays a major role in
developing insulin
resistance, which can
lead to type 2 diabetes.
Gestational diabetes may
occur during the latter half
of pregnancy in women
that did not previously
have diabetes. Its
important to monitor blood
sugar levels throughout
the pregnancy to keep the
mother and child healthy.
Prediabetes is a condition
where blood sugar levels
are abnormally high, but
not high enough to be
classifed as type 2 diabetes.
Individuals diagnosed with
prediabetes are more likely
to develop type 2 diabetes,
so it should be proactively
addressed through weight
loss efforts and moderate
exercise.
2. What are symptoms
of diabetes?
Prediabetes often has no
obvious signs. However,
common symptoms of other
forms of diabetes include:
Frequent urination.
Excessive hunger
and/or thirst.
Fatigue.
Unusual weight loss.
Additional signs of type 2
diabetes include:
Blurred vision.
Frequent and recurring
infections.
Tingling and numbness
in the hands and feet.
Slow healing cuts
or bruises.
However, not all type 2
diabetics experience symptoms.
If you have any concerns or
questions about diabetes, it`s
important to speak with your
health care provider.
3. How serious is the impact
of diabetes?
Diabetes is the seventh
leading cause of death in the
U.S., accounting for 70,000
lives lost in 2009, per the CDC.
Diabetes also presents the
potential for many long-term
complications, including
increased risk of damage to the
eyes, feet and kidneys, as well
as heart disease and stroke.
4. How can I manage and
prevent diabetes?
Its critical to maintain
a healthy diet that includes
dietary fber from whole grains,
fruits, vegetables, nuts and
seeds. Also, limit the intake of
saturated fats and high glycemic
foods such as pastas, potatoes,
sugar-flled snacks, soda and
white bread.
Moderately exercising 30
minutes a day, fve days per
week is essential for diabetes
prevention and management.
Diabetes is a chronic disease,
but it doesnt have to place
a continuous burden on your
health. With a few lifestyle
changes and added awareness,
you`re sure to make signifcant
steps toward becoming a
healthier type.

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Shirley Privratsky was one of the soloists
for Hymnus.
Mary Walerius of the New Prague Com-
munity Band played a clarinet solo.
New Prague Christmas Concert
Chuck Kajer Photo
The Hurt family opened the concert with several selections. To see more photos go to
newpraguetimes.com and click on the blue button.
New Prague Christmas Concert
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European Christmas provides a world of fun
By Patrick Fisher
Staff Writer
People attending the Third
Annual European Christmas
Boutique could almost say
they traveled around the
world without leaving New
Prague.
The event, held Sunday,
Dec. 2, at the American Le-
gion Park Ballroom, included
entertainment and vendors
representing various coun-
tries.
There was dancing, stories
and representatives of culture
from the Czech Republic,
Ireland, Poland, Germany,
Norway, Sweden and others.
Locally people came from
New Prague, Montgomery,
Lonsdale, Shakopee and the
Twin Cities Metro Area. The
European Christmas event
was sponsored by State Bank
of New Prague and hosted by
the Czech Heritage Club.
A highlight was the coro-
nation of the 2013 Czech
Heritage Junior Royalty.
They were: Michaela Goettl,
daughter of John and Colleen
Goettl, Katrina Reeder,
daughter of Jim and Mindy
Reeder, Sarah Stresnak,
daughter of Ken and Patty
Stresnak and Madeline Clara
Svoboda, daughter of Craig
and Maryann Svoboda. Ac-
companying them to events
will be 2013 Little Sister
Grace Tumasmith, daughter
of Chris and Maryann Tuma-
smith and Little Brother Joe
Jirik, son of Duane and Amy
Jirik. The six will represent
the area at parades and festi-
vals over the next year.
Outgoing 2012 Ambas-
sadors Tatum Kubes, Izak
Jirik, Grace Kubista and
Nathan Palma remarked how
the last year had helped them
learn more about their Czech
heritage, its traditions and be
role models. For them one of
the best moments of the year
was attending the reopening
of the National Czech & Slo-
vak Museum & Library in
Cedar Rapids, IA. About four
years ago a flood damaged
the museum.
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Advent Services Wednesdays
Dec. 5, 12, 19, 7:15 PM
Children's Christmas Eve Service
Dec. 24, 6:30 PM
Church Office:
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From New Prague:
Two miles west
on Hwy 19,
one mile south on
county road 30
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WE WELCOME ALL GUESTS!
Patrick Fisher Photo
Chosen as the 2013 Czech Heritage Junior Royalty are, from left, Madeline Clara Svo-
boda, Sarah Stresnak, Katrina Reeder and Michaela Goettl. The four were crowned
during the Sunday, Dec. 2, European Christmas Boutique in New Prague. They will
represent the area at parades and Czech festivals throughout Minnesota and other
states. To see more photos go to newpraguetimes.com and click on the blue button.
Patrick Fisher Photo
John Rajtar of Minneapolis demonstrates the art of dec-
orating an egg at the European Christmas Boutique. The
third annual event featured artwork and various ven-
dors.
Truth in
Taxation
hearing
draws one
By Patrick Fisher
Staff Writer
The New Prague City
Councils Truth in Taxation
Public Hearing for the 2013
budget drew one person.
Council member-elect Pat
Scripture attended the Mon-
day, Dec. 3, meeting.
A former city employee,
she asked if the subsidy that
the city pays to the New
Prague Golf Club would be
going down.
The city has been paying a
$121,270 subsidy to help the
club with debt services and
cash flow. The council ap-
proved the subsidy to help
the golf club rather than have
it close.
City Administrator Mike
Johnson said while the club
has been making progress in
closing the gap over the last
few years, the subsidy cant
go down until the club can
cover its expenses.
Council member Shawn
Ryan asked if Scripture had
any ideas. She thought man-
agement was doing a good
job and they could take over
the jobs at the club.
Mayor Chuck Nickolay
said they could, but in the
long run it would likely cost
more. He noted "your jaw
would drop" with what other
golf management companies
charge.
Council member Kristin
Guerrette said the city has
been working on a plan
where the subsidy payment
would go down, which in-
cluded looking at other areas
where the club could make
money. She noted theres a
lot more competition in the
area.
"Its not an easy industry,"
said Nickolay. The city and
the club have to look at more
options at making revenue
from non-golfing events.
4/The New Prague Times/December 6, 2012
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Letters
When the worst
happens, we
witness the best
To the Editor:
This past week we once
again witnessed a life
tragedy that causes one to
question faith, purpose, and
reasoning.
Though questions like that
remain mostly unanswered in
the death of a young man,
who paid the ultimate sacri-
fice, we also witnessed mo-
ments of tremendous inspira-
tion during this communitys
response.
At a time when the very
worst happened, people
came out to show support
and help a devastated family
in grief. Total strangers both
from this community and
much further afield offered
help whether it was with
food, monetary donations,
getting a video feed into the
social hall at church, or their
presence. Fifty volunteers
from the Patriot Guard stood
guard in the cold with never
a complaint, only kindness
and compassion, most of
them having no personal
connection to either the fam-
ily or the community. The
Marine contingent assigned
to Dale and his family were
compassionate, caring young
men.
The call went out to help
erect and take down the flags
that lined the funeral route
and, on very short notice and
cold days, over twice as
many people as needed as-
sembled to complete the
task.
Law enforcement officers,
veterans, and Gold Star
Mothers from all over the
area came to offer support.
Individuals called and came
out to offer anything that
could be used to help in this
time of need.
When the worst happens,
we witness the best in the
people of this community,
who respond with compas-
sion and selflessness. We
have seen this empathetic
spirit time and time again in
this community when others
have experienced heartache
and tragedy. We are truly
blessed and humbled to work
inand be part of the New
Prague community.
Mary and Steve Frost,
New Prague, MN
Weve lost
an icon
To the Editor:
New Prague and Minneso-
ta community journalism has
lost an icon.
With the recent passing of
Lois Suel Wann, editor and
editor emeritus of the New
Prague Times for decades,
we are diminished.
My wife, Ann, and I have
had our lives intertwined
with those of Lois and her
family for much of our time
here. Ann (Suel) grew up in
the local newspaper busi-
ness. Her father, Jay Suel,
grandparents James (Len)
and Ellie Suel, Lois and
Arthur J. Suel, and later
Chuck and Art Wann, con-
trolled and contributed to
local newspaper history for
much of the last century,
leading up to the present
time.
Anns childhood memories
are solidly based on her rela-
tionship with The Times. She
worked there as a youngster,
then pursued a journalism
degree before working local-
ly and with several other area
newspapers as a writer and
advertising specialist.
I began my journalism ca-
reer in New Prague in 1974,
and spent most of the next
decade working side-by-side
with Lois and our co-work-
ers. When Ann and I were
married in 1978, our first res-
idence was a home owned by
Lois and Gene Wann.
Ann and I will remember
Lois as a woman of dignity,
sincerity and compassion.
She truly loved this commu-
nity, her newspaper family
and the people whose lives
were chronicled in The
Times. She was from the
old school of journalism,
where honesty and truth
trumped the more sensational
headlines and content of this
era. Lois learned the art and
science of weekly journalism
from her father and passed
the torch to those who fol-
lowed.
Ann and I will remember
Lois with tenderness and re-
spect. Sadly, we will not see
another like her in Minnesota
weekly journalism.
Mike Slavik and
Ann Suel Slavik
New Prague, MN
A proper sendoff
Last week in this space, we included a
poem about the proper way to remember
the sacrifice that Lance Corporal Dale
Means and his family made for his coun-
try. That editorial was written and that
newspaper went to press just hours be-
fore the Marines funeral.
In the aftermath of all the emotion that
the funeral brought, there was a common
theme. That somehow, New Prague
managed to find the right way to show
its love and respect for one of its own.
The turnout on Tuesday when about
100 people, twice as many as needed,
showed up to volunteer and place flags
along the funeral procession route, was
very impressive, and the hundreds of
people lining the streets at the time of
the procession also sent a strong show of
support for the family of Dale Means.
A server at a local restaurant said a
crew from one of the Twin Cities televi-
sion stations stopped by after the funer-
al. The reporter told her that he had cov-
ered many military funerals, but had
never seen a community come together
to show their support like New Prague
did.
The most striking image, aside from
the coffin going into and out of the
church, was of the flags lining the road-
side, both in New Prague and on Old
Highway 13 Boulevard, going into St.
Patrick. There, the narrow country road
going uphill, with two rows of flags lin-
ing the road and St. Patrick Church at
the top of the hill, made for a striking
image.
As I said to more than one person that
day, the flags were absolutely beautiful.
But I hope I never see them lining the
streets of my town again. Or any other
town for that matter. At least, not under
these circumstances.
Rest in Peace, Dale Means.
Chuck Kajer
My grandma, Lois Suel
Wann, died November 19 at
the age of 90.
She was a wonderful
grandma, and a wonderful
great-grandma to my girls.
And, shes the reason I
have printers ink in my
veins.
She, too, was a writer.
She earned her English de-
gree at the College of St.
Catherine (and met her fu-
ture husband, my grandpa,
St. Thomas student Eugene
Wann, while at college).
Her love of printers ink
came from her father, Arthur
J. Suel. She followed in his
footsteps to become the edi-
tor of The New Prague
Times, a role she held for
many years, during a time
when men dominated the
newspaper business.
One of my favorite stories
is how she demanded to be
included in the annual Le
Sueur County Newspapers
meeting, which had been an
all-male event--and more of a
social gathering than busi-
ness meeting from what I un-
derstand. My grandma even-
tually won her spot at the
meeting and proudly attend-
ed the annual meeting for
many years.
In 2004, I attended my first
Le Sueur County Newspa-
pers meeting. A handful of
the many women who are ac-
tively working for our coun-
tys newspapers were in at-
tendance. One led the meet-
ing. How far we have come
in such a relatively short
time, thanks to women--like
my grandma--who demanded
places at meetings.
As I write this--my own
column--my thoughts take
me back to my grade school
years when I would walk
down to The New Prague
Times office after school. I
would sit by her desk and
visit with her about my day
and any interesting news
brewing in the community.
Then, I would watch her type
her column: So Lo Notes.
Often times, her columns
included stories about her
family life--including her
two sons and grandchildren.
Slices of family vacations,
birthdays, and anniversaries
were shared with readers.
Growing up, I sometimes
thought it was odd that
strangers knew about our
family adventures, but now,
as a columnist and a mom, I
get it.
If Im not working, Im
with my family. Those are
the two things I do. My girls,
Anna and Ellen, and my hus-
band, John, are my first
thoughts in the morning and
my last at night. So, when I
sit down at my computer to
write something non-news,
my family is the first to fill
my column space.
As a working mother dur-
ing a time most mothers
stayed home, I can only
imagine my grandmas joy in
sharing her familys adven-
tures... another dimension of
herself.
I was at my desk on Mon-
day morning, November 19th
when my dad called to let me
know Grandma had passed.
It wasnt surprising news.
She hadnt been well for a
week or so.
But... its never easy.
Tears and a prayer.
I was in the middle of writ-
ing the Waterville City Coun-
cil story. How many commu-
nity news stories, like this
one, had my grandma written
in her days? How similar--
yet so different--roles we
have played in life...
Adesk full of papers--vari-
ous news items, meeting
times, photos to be scanned,
event reminders, and adver-
tisements waiting to be creat-
ed--and a 10 a.m. photo/in-
terview didnt allow for the
cry I craved.
I stepped outside for
awhile, then, did what I know
my grandma would have
done.
I wrote the news.
My grandma was a classy,
fun, kind, and wonderful per-
son, who was always saving
stray animals (of all vari-
eties), making family Christ-
mas Eve celebrations special,
offering refreshments and
snacks, and taking pictures.
Always taking pictures.
And visiting.
A chat over a glass of soda
and a cookie with Grandma
always made the day better.
Im grateful to have had
such amazing grandparents.
They were constant, loving
role models in my life, and
now, that they are gone, I
know my role.
I will continue to share
their values, stories, and pho-
tos--our family history--with
my girls.
And, I will write.
After all, its in my blood.
Thanks, Grandma.
And I will write Its in my blood
10 YEARS AGO
December 5, 2002
Jim Morris has rejoined
the New Prague Economic
Development Authority as its
executive director.
The annual New Prague
Area Community Concert,
sponsored by the New
Prague Area Historical Soci-
ety, rang in the holiday sea-
son Sunday at the Park Ball-
room. New to this years con-
cert was the community-
based choir, Hymnus, direct-
ed by Brian Carson.
The 7th annual Holiday
Parade of Lights will travel
down Main Street on Thurs-
day, Dec. 12.
25 YEARS AGO
December 10, 1987
Lois Fogarty of Pearson
Florists and Greenhouses,
New Prague and Shakopee,
has been certified as a Master
Designer by Florists Trans-
world Delivery Assn. (FTD).
Shelly Tietz has been pro-
moted to personal banking
officer at the State Bank of
New Prague.
The Christmas holiday
season began in full force on
Monday, Dec. 7, when over
70 members of the communi-
ty joined together in front of
St. Wenceslaus Church to
sing Advent carols to cele-
brate the season.
Gary Kohoutek, owner of
New Prague Auto Center,
was at the city council meet-
ing to request that a tax in-
crement financing district be
established along Highway
13-21 within the city limits.
35 YEARS AGO
December 7, 1977
Members of the New
Prague Tri-County C.B. (citi-
zens band radio) Club pre-
sented a check for $1,236.50
to Queen of Peace Hospital.
Hospital officials will use the
money to improve and up-
date the communications net-
work system.
The New Prague Chamber
of Commerce met in a Mon-
day morning business session
at Schumachers New Prague
Hotel to finalize plans for the
annual holiday promotion
and to discuss plans to devel-
op a Czech theme for the
business community.
50 YEARS AGO
December 5, 1962
Miss Margaret (Peggy)
Bruzek, 18, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Bruzek of New
Prague, has been named
Miss Le Sueur County.
Peggy, who is also the reign-
ing Miss Company B of
the Army Reserve Unit sta-
tioned in New Prague, re-
ceived her new honors during
Le Centers Appreciation
Days event.
Final rehearsals are now
underway at New Prague
High School for the junior
class play entitled Jenny
Kissed Me Saturday and
Sunday. Ralph Pomije is the
director.
75 YEARS AGO
December 9, 1937
The Twin Cities Civic
Times Capsules
Talkin to The Times
At the European Christmas Boutique in New Prague, The Times asked:
Whats your favorite Christmas tradition?
Rebecca Enrooth
New Prague
"Every Christmas
we have kolacky. My
grandparents, aunts
and uncles bring them
over. There are differ-
ent fruits that we mix
and match. Weve
been doing it forever.
Olivia Lemke
New Prague
"We go to my
grandmas and we
make cookies in a
giant amount and we
get to eat them after-
wards and its really
fun."
Carmen Hokeness
Victoria
"Going to church on
Christmas Eve, open-
ing gifts and having a
quiet night in front of
the fireplace."
Austin Ulferts
Lake Crystal
"We have Christmas
dinner. We have rela-
tives over and we ex-
change gifts."
Greg Doten
Minneapolis
"We have my side of
the family over in the
morning for breakfast
and my wifes side
over in the evening for
dinner. We get to have
two sit down meals
and basically spend
time with family."
Lisa
Wann
Ingebrand
Lake Region
Life/
Elysian
Enterprise
See Capsules, Page 8
The New Prague Times/December 6, 2012/5
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Obituaries
MEMORIAL SERVICE
The eleventh Christmas Service of Remembrance
will be held at
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in New Prague
on Sunday, December 9
th
at 5:00 p.m.
This one service does not solve all the heartaches and questions relating to our loss, but
hopefully, it can help to make a new beginning in our life. Join us on Sunday night, De-
cember 9th as we support each other, pray together and remember. Whether your loss
has been this past year or a few years ago, you are welcome. Bring family and friends.
Refreshments will be served after the service and pamphlets on grief will be available.
To facilitate this memorial service your help is needed!
To ensure that we are able to recognize your loved one in the Remembrance booklet and
that you will also receive a special angel, please contact Marsha at the church office
(952-758-3513) with the following information by December 5th.
Name of Deceased Date of birth Date of death
Serving with Compassion Since 1903
Owned by Mary and Steve Frost
Cremation, Preplanning and Traditional
Funeral Services
952-758-4949 New Prague
Community Baptist Church
Sunday
Kids/Adult Bible Class 9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Morning Worship: 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Evening Worship: 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday
Bible Study: 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Kids 4 Truth: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Come Join our New Kids Program
For more information visit:
www.npcbc.org
952-758-3287
500 County Road 37
New Prague, MN 56071
Mary "Mitzie" Magdelan
A. Kukacka, 66, of Heidel-
berg, died Thursday, Nov. 29,
2012, at The Lodge on
Natchez in Elko New Mar-
ket.
Mary was born on January
17, 1946, in St. Peter, a
daughter of Martin and
Brigid (Lynch) Burger. She
grew up in the Henderson
area and graduated from
Henderson High School.
She is survived by her life
partner Joel Kukacka, Hei-
delberg; children Cindy An-
derson, Blaine, Kenny (Kim)
Burger, Farmington, Mickey
Burger (and Russell Nach-
reiner), St. Peter, and Louie
Kukacka, Heidelberg; four
grandchildren; and siblings
Joan (Dennis) Peka, Mont-
gomery, AL, Mike (Brenda)
Burger, Mankato, Marty
(Char) Burger, Northfield,
Jim Burger, Maple Grove,
Janet Burger, Northfield,
Mary Kay (Terry) Wento,
Ray, Jean Ritter, St. Paul, and
Dan Burger, Northfield.
She was preceded in death
by a brother Steven Burger;
and her parents.
A Memorial Mass will be
held at 10:30 a.m., on Thurs-
day, Dec. 6, at St. Joseph's
Catholic Church in Hender-
son, with Rev. Sam Perez of-
ficiating.
Interment will be at St.
Anne's Cemetery in Le
Sueur.
Visitation will be held one
hour prior to Mass at church.
Arrangements are with the
Kolden Funeral Service in Le
Sueur.
Mary Kukacka
Richard Rick Lockert,
68, of Jordan, died Wed-
nesday, Nov. 28, 2012.
Rick was
born in Lem-
mon, SD, on
February 19,
1944, a son of
B e r n i c e
Hauge. He
grew up on a
small ranch
near Bison, SD and attended
grades 1-8 in a one-room
school. He and his mother
then moved to Lemmon so
he could attend high school.
They lived with his grand-
parents, Esther and Alfred
Hauge. Following high
school, Rick enlisted in the
U.S. Navy, where he served
from 1962-1965. He served
in the Pacific on the USS
Piedmont and attained the
rank of Petty Officer 3rd
Class. After honorable dis-
charge from the Navy, Rick
married Jacqueline Mensing
and moved to Brookings,
SD. He received his Bache-
lor's Degree in Animal Sci-
ence and Business at South
Dakota State University. He
worked in various jobs and
locations over the years, in-
cluding Federal Land Bank,
Assistant to the Dean of Res-
ident Instruction at SDSU
while obtaining his Master's
Degree in Plant Science,
Trust Officer of the First
Northwest Trust Company,
owner and operator of a
mens apparel store, Ag-
ricultural Loan Officer, vice
president of a consulting
firm, and manager of a loans
department. He moved to
Jordan in 1988 and worked
in banking. In 1999, Rick
was hired as vice president of
what is now HomeTown
Bank, where he worked until
his retirement last month.
Rick was awarded the Dis-
tinguished Service Award
given annually by the Jordan
Jaycees and Commercial
Club. He was also a member
of the Heimatfest Commit-
tee, the Commercial Club,
Jordan Area Chamber of
Commerce, and the Jordan
Art Festival. He was an in-
structor of Religious Edu-
cation for 40 years and he
also liked to spend time at
the Jordan Mini Met working
the concession stand. Rick
enjoyed each transition in
life, but most importantly,
loved to spend time with his
kids and grandkids. Rodeos
were a big interest in his life,
he was a loyal fan and sup-
porter of Jordan Baseball, the
SDSU Jackrabbits, and the
Minnesota Twins.
He is survived by children
Mike (Sarah) Lockert, Hel-
ena, AL, Karri Beath, An-
keny, IA, and Rebecca (John)
Ringsmuth, Jordan; his close
friend Nancy Busch, Shak-
opee; grandchildren Olivia
and Nick Lockert, Connor
and Claire Beath, James and
Maria Ringsmuth; Jacqueline
Mensing Lockert (mother of
Mike, Karri, and Rebecca);
and many other relatives and
friends.
He was preceded in death
by his mother; infant son
Stephen Troy Lockert; and
infant grandson Joseph
Richard Lockert.
Mass of Christian Burial
was held Monday Dec. 3, at
11 a.m., at St. John the Bap-
tist Catholic Church in Jor-
dan.
Interment was at Calvary
Cemetery in Jordan, with
military honors by the Jordan
Vets Honor Guard. Pall-
bearers were John Breunig,
John Betchwars, Butch
Mamer, Kai Hammer, Bob
Wolf, and Dave Holzer.
Visitation was held Sunday
at the Ballard-Sunder Funer-
al Home in Jordan.
Richard Lockert
Ernest C. Ernie Tikalsky,
64, of Belle Plaine, formerly
of New Prague, died Friday,
Nov. 30, 2012,
at the Abbott
Northwestern
Hospital in
Minneapolis.
Ernie was
born in New
Prague on De-
cember 26,
1947, a son of Eugene and
Emily (Horejsi) Tikalsky. A
lifelong resident of New
Prague, he attended St.
Wenceslaus School, New
Prague High School, and was
a farmer. He married Patricia
Speikers on March 8, 1975,
in Montgomery. Ernie was a
veteran of the U.S. Army and
a member of the Northfield
American Legion. He battled
MS for 45 years and loved
being with his family. He en-
joyed the outdoors and fish-
ing, and liked watching his
grandchildren participate in
wrestling and cross country.
He is survived by his wife,
Belle Plaine; children Jen-
nifer (Bobby) Church, Jor-
dan, and Aimee Lynn
Tikalsky (and special friend
Ben Robinson), Le Center;
two grandchildren Taylin
Rae Church and Landon
Church; his mother, New
Prague; and a brother Gene
Ticker Tikalsky, New
Prague.
He was preceded in death
by his father.
Private services were held,
with interment at St. Wen-
ceslaus Catholic Cemetery in
New Prague. Pallbearers
were Bobby Church, Ben
Robinson, Taylin, Landon
Church, Aimee Tikalsky and
Dennie Tuma.
Arrangements were with
the Bruzek Funeral Home in
New Prague.
Ernest Tikalsky
FRIEDENS LUTHERAN CHURCH
Member of the Wisconsin Synod
Sunday Service 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. (Sept. -May)
Bible Class following service.
Tuesday Evening Service 6:30 p.m.
Saturday Service Noon
Pastor Henry Koch
Cell: 952-393-5786
Church Office: 952-758-2828
We Offer:
Confirmation Classes;
Adult Information Classes;
Pre-marriage Counseling
From New Prague: Two
miles west on Hwy 19, one
mile south on county road 30
www.efriedens.com
WE
WELCOME
ALL
GUESTS!
Nacoal Kreuser, daughter
of Donny and Lorrie Kreuser
of New Prague, and Michael
Dvorak, son of Dr. Gregory
and Kathleen Dvorak of New
Prague, were married Satur-
day, June 9, 2012, at St.
Wenceslaus Catholic Church
in New Prague. Father Kevin
Clinton officiated.
The couple enjoyed a
honeymoon trip to Alaska,
and are living in Elko New
Market.
Dvorak - Kreuser
Kathryn Dvorak, daugh-
ter of Dr. Gregory and Kath-
leen Dvorak of New Prague,
and Slade Watkins, son of
Peter and Tanya Watkins of
Darfur, were married Satur-
day, Aug. 25, 2012, at St.
Wenceslaus Catholic Church
in New Prague. Father Kevin
Clinton officiated.
The bride was escorted by
her father. Michelle Stender
of Montgomery, sister of the
bride, was Maid of Honor.
Patrick Curran of Spokane,
WA, was the best man.
A reception took place at
Bracketts Crossing Country
Club in Lakeville. After a
honeymoon in the Domini-
can Republic, the couple re-
sides in Plymouth.
Watkins - Dvorak
Porter Robert
Denzer
A son, Porter Robert, was
born to Jeremy and Erica
(Masmar) Denzer of New
Prague on Thursday, Nov.
29, 2012, at Mayo Clinic
Health System in New
Prague. He weighed 8
pounds, 2 ounces and was 19
inches long.
Grandparents are Craig
and Cindy Masmar, Oakdale,
and Robert and Lynn Denzer,
Montgomery.
Great-grandparents are
Irvin and Delores Wiese,
Woodbury, Jan and Donna
Masmar, Charles City, IA,
Robert and Bonnie Taraba,
and Marvin and Dorothy
Denzer, all of Montgomery.
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Dr. W. F. Vollmar
1003 East Main Street
Phone (952) 758-2881
Hours: Monday thru Friday, 8 to 5:30
Saturday, 8:30 to 12 noon
NEW PRAGUE
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1301 1st Street NE,
New Prague
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952-758-6664
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952-758-5472
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Pet Perfect Grooming
Pickup and delivery available.
Garci Crouch, Owner
Lonsdale, MN
Phone: 507-744-4692
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P. O. Box 337
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and Insurance Products: Are NOT Bank Deposits Are NOT FDIC
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1100 1st St NE, New Prague, MN 56071
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Dr. Gregory R. Dvorak, D.D.S.
Cosmetic & Sedation Dentistry
New patients welcome
136 West Main Street
New Prague
952-758-3003
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LONSDALE
FAMILY DENTAL CLINIC
General Dentistry and Orthodontic Services
MATTHEW J. STOCKINGER, D.D.S.
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Evening Hours Available
For Appointments Call: (507) 744-2359
or 1-888-744-7707
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DENTISTS
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Thomas W. Smyth, DDS
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General Dentistry & Orthodontics
www.newpraguedentist.com
Office Hours Monday-Friday
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211 Cty. Rd. 37, New Prague, MN
952-758-2376
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KATHLEEN J. GARRY, D.D.S.
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101 Lexington Avenue South
New Prague, MN 56071
(952) 758-4741
After Hours: (Home) 952-440-1641;
(Cell) 952-994-0705
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DRY CLEANING
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Joe and Colette Trenda
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325 West Main Street, New Prague, MN
952-758-3461 T & F pickup.
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Whole Spine Health for
the Whole Family
Care for Sports, Work-related & Auto
injuries and Family Health Care
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Shoulder, Arm & Leg Conditions
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Massage Therapy Available
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815 1
st
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New Prague,
MN 56071
952-758-8760
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www.giesenfamilychiropractic.com
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DR. MICHAEL S. KILPATRICK
Located in St. Wencl Square
314 East Main Street
(952) 758-4121
Call for Appointment
Phone Answered 24 Hours.
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Erickson Family
Chiropractic
Joel G. Erickson, D.C.
314 Main Street East - Suite 5
New Prague, MN 56071
(952) 758-4739
BACK and NECK CLINIC
of NEW PRAGUE
Dr. Laurie Reiner Hughes
Dr. Jeremy Tupy
Doctors of Chiropractic
Located across from The New Prague Times
201 East Main Street
(952) 758-5135
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incident reports filed with the
New Prague Police Depart-
ment.
Monday, Nov. 26
Took report of a lost kitten
from a residence on Church
Ave. N.
Took report of theft of a
cell phone from business on
Chalupsky Ave. SE. Under
investigation.
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Requested to assist Jordan
Police in attempting to locate
male who was involved in a
domestic in their city. Officer
cancelled en route, male was
located.
Arrested adult male from
Edina for DWI and speed.
Transported to Scott County
Jail. Citation issued.
Responded to request to
check the welfare of a female
who had not shown up for
work and was not able to be
contacted by phone. Contact
made with female at her resi-
dence on Fourth St. NE.
Dispatched to a driving
complaint in area of Central
Education campus and the
middle school. Not occurring
at the time. Information re-
ceived.
Dispatched to report of
kids on the pond in area of
Lexington Ave. and Seventh
St. NE. Advised kids to stay
off the ice because of unsafe
conditions.
Wednesday, Nov. 28
Dispatched to report of
kids being harassed near their
bus stop on First Ave. NW.
Made contact with com-
plainant. Incident found to
have ocurred at a different lo-
cation. Made contact with all
individuals involved and ad-
vised.
Responded to report of a
construction trailer parked in
front of mailboxes in area of
Horseshoe Lane SE. Ad-
vised.
Dispatched to a medical at
a residence on Lady Slipper
Ave. NE. One transported to
hospital by ambulance.
Dispatched to residence on
First Ave. SE to assist elderly
male who had fallen. Medi-
cal treatment refused, no am-
bulance transport.
Responded to noise com-
plaint of loud pounding and
banging on walls of a resi-
dence on Church Ave. N.
Upon arrival, officer unable
to hear any banging. Made
contact with home owner and
advised of complaint. Noth-
ing appeared out of the ordi-
nary.
Thursday, Nov. 29
Received information re-
garding a found black lab in
the area of Third St. NW.
Dispatched to a report of
vandalism at Memorial Park
in which an exterior ceiling
light on the concession stand
was found damaged.
Took report of lost medica-
tion at Alton Ave. SE.
Advised party on a civil
matter involving the sale of a
vehicle.
Responded to a domestic at
a residence on Fifth Ave. NW
involving two juveniles.
Both parties were advised,
one left the residence.
Dispatched to a medical at
a residence on First Ave. NE.
One transported to hospital
by ambulance.
Friday, Nov. 30
Dispatched to assist with a
civil standby for child cus-
tody exchange on Central
Ave. N. Officer tied up on an-
other call and was unable to
respond.
Dispatched to Science Ave.
NW for report of kids run-
ning in the neighborhood and
ringing doorbells during the
night.
Received fireworks com-
plaint. Fireworks at Memori-
al Park were in conjunction
with the Parade of Lights.
Dispatched to take report
of a runaway. Juvenile later
returned to his residence.
Responded to complaint of
a group of juveniles running
around area of the Middle
School yelling. Officer
checked the area but did not
locate the group.
Responded to second re-
port of juveniles running in
area of First Ave. NW. Un-
able to locate the group.
Dispatched to residence on
First St. NWfor reported do-
mestic assault. Adult male
was arrested for domestic as-
sault, violation of domestic
abuse no contact order and
obstruction of justice. Trans-
ported to Scott County Jail.
Saturday, Dec. 1
Dispatched to assist Jordan
Police with intoxicated per-
son. Cancelled en route.
Responded to area of 12th
St. SE where black lab was
reportedly running loose.
Picked up dog and turned it
over to Critter Getters.
Responded to report of a
found bike in alley behind a
residence on 600 block of
Main St. E. Owner may con-
tact police department to
identify and claim the bicy-
cle.
Dispatched to report of lost
dog in area of First St. SW.
Dog was located by owner.
Sunday, Dec. 2
Dispatched to report of a
male shooting a gun out of a
window on Central Ave. S.
Officer made contact with
male at the residence and he
was advised about shooting a
pellet gun in the city.
Dispatched to request for a
civil standby on Central Ave.
N for child custody ex-
change. Officer tied up on
another call and was unable
to respond.
Responded to medical at a
residence on Second St. NW.
One transported to hospital
in Shakopee by ambulance.
The New Prague Area
Emergency Medical Services
will be hosting its annual
Breakfast with Santa from
7:30 to 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec.
9, at the Knights of Colum-
bus Hall, 411 Fourth Ave.
SW(Highways 13 and 21).
Families can enjoy a
breakfast and the children
can visit with Santa to let him
know what they want for
Christmas.
New Prague Area Emer-
gency Medical Services is
taking over the Breakfast
with Santa. Some of the
members of the organization
previously belonged to the
New Prague Volunteer Am-
bulance Service and have
formed the new group to con-
tinue to give back to the com-
munity. The group does such
programs as child seat safety
classes and clinics and edu-
cation classes. In the last four
years the group has also
placed 37 automatic external
defibrillators (AEDs) around
the community.
Their newest addition is a
scholarship program. Three
members of the 2013 gradu-
ating class will receive a
$500 scholarship.
Members of the New
Prague Area Emergency
Medical Services are:
Arletta Appelhof, Marjean
Peroutka, Any Breeggemann,
Eric Bisek, Matt Giesen, Ron
Giesen, Rob Glider, Jason
Heinle, Ed Hrabe, Mike
Hennes, Lisa Kaczor, Gary
Kaminsky, Tracy Lallak,
Lynn Landmark, Mike Lan-
non, Mary Lukkes, Kerry
McCarthy, Amy Melby, Amy
Milinkovich, Emily Millard,
Nate Miller, Sara Pepel, Bob
Peulen, Mark Pexa, Tony
Postal, Kate Riker, Mike
Riker, Mike Sanford, Pam
Schoenbauer, Shirley
Schoenbauer, Steve Schoen-
bauer, Carol St. Germain,
Tim Thorp, Bill VanCura and
Harry VonBank.
Breakfast with Santa is Sunday
Monday, Dec. 10
Turkey Meatloaf with
Cranberry Glaze, Au Gratin
Potatoes, Creamy Coleslaw,
Multi Grain Bread with Mar-
garine, Banana Pudding
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Sliced Roast Turkey,
Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
Peas and Carrots, White Roll
with Margarine, Lemon Tart
with Topping
Wednesday, Dec. 12
Chicken Fajitas (Onions,
Peppers, Salsa on a Flour
Tortilla), Spanish Rice,
Chuckwagon Corn, Apple-
sauce Churros
Thursday, Dec 13
Joke Day - Country Fried
Steak with Gravy, Mashed
Potatoes with Gravy, Italian
Blend Vegetables, Cornbread
Muffin with Margarine, Tof-
fee Chip Brownie
Friday, Dec. 14
Battered Pollock with Tar-
tar Sauce or Chicken Patty,
Tri Tators, Sliced Peaches,
Dinner Roll with Margarine,
Chocolate Pudding
Meals include 1-percent milk
and margarine. Sodium-reduced
meals and modified mechanical
soft and low-calorie desserts are
available upon request. A dona-
tion of $3.75 per meal is sug-
gested.
SR = Salt Reduced
RCD = Reduced Calorie Dessert
Senior Dining
The CAPAgency Senior Dining site in New Prague is located at
the New Prague City Hall, 118 Central Avenue N. To make a two-
day advance meal reservation, call 952-758-2652 any weekday
morning. CAP Agency Senior Dining is open to any adult age 60
and older at 22 dining sites in Scott, Carver and Dakota counties.
Volunteer drivers are still needed to deliver meals between the
hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Call Chris, CAPAgency Senior Dining
Site Coordinator at 952-758-2652.
December 10 - 14
Shakopee
gives OK
to dog park
The Shakopee City Coun-
cil recently approved a pre-
liminary plan to develop a
wooded 50-acre property.
The land is located north of
Southbridge Parkway and
south of Highway 169 and
was formerly state property.
The area would include
nature trails and nearly 10
acres of it would be for
Shakopees first off-leash
dog park. Work on the area is
anticipated to begin in 2013.
The councils approval
comes after months of dis-
cussion between the citys
Park and Recreation Adviso-
ry Board and Environmental
Advisory Committee as they
considered development pro-
posals. The land contains
one of the last oak savannah
forests in the area, has sensi-
tive animal species the go-
pher snake and prairie mouse
and native prairie.
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Father James Burns will
celebrate Mass at the St.
Thomas Church at 9 a.m.
Sunday, Dec. 23, and at 9
a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 25,
Christmas Day. He will also
have Mass at 4 p.m. Satur-
day, Dec. 29, and 9 a.m. Sun-
day, Jan. 27, 2013.
Congratulations to Brian
Guertin, who was re-elected
to the Le Sueur Countys Pi-
oneer Power Board of Direc-
tors for another term at the
Le Center Legion Thursday
evening, Nov. 29th.
An earthquake in Anchor-
age, AK, occurred Monday,
Dec. 3. Sheila Halloran
Soukup didnt feel it, but her
son Michael, who works on
the 17th floor of a building in
Anchorage said the swaying
was not fun, lasted a long
time. Near Beluga, AK,
just across the bay, a 5.7
magnitude was measured.
Tami and Randy Wen-
tholt have been selected as
this year's recipient of the
Minnesota Association of
Soil & Water Conserva-
tion/DNR Forestry "Out-
standing Forest Steward
Award" in recognition of out-
standing accomplishments
with implementing forest
practices in Wadena County.
In other words have been
recognized for planting
16,000 trees pine. Luke
and Alice Retka hosted a
Welcome home, Tami
party. A wonderful time was
had by all. She came home to
St. Thomas to grab her long-
johns.
Dan and Lisa Burns en-
joyed supper at the Hender-
son Roadhaus Monday night.
Finally, got the Donna
Kaderliks figured out!
Greetings to Donna Mae Vo-
rachek Kadrlik, we met her
husband at the jam session in
Veseli friendly chap.
Greetings, Donna Jean Won-
dra Kaderlik, named after
Moms sister, Ella Jean.
Donna Jean has lived in Sav-
age for the last 40 years
and reads The Times. Thank
you for the call.
Happy Birthday, Sarah
Retka Rothstein on the third
of December.
A number of Tim and
Alice Burns family mem-
bers gathered at the home of
Pat and Arlene OBrien Finn,
on Spyglass Drive in Eden
Prairie, for Aunts Day - a
tradition started by cousins
when we lost our first Burns
aunt, Alice Burns Hoehn in
2000. Its all about family
shared pictures, family infor-
mation, laughs, stories
what we dont know, wed
make up! The aunts present
at the party were Mary Grace
OBrien and Vangie Burns.
Rosemary was baking Christ-
mas cookies at her daughter,
Marthas in Le Sueur. Made-
lyne, in Madison Lake, will
try to make it next time,
Eileen was out of state.
Many were surprised to hear
Kathleen Brown Melchior
yeah, Bud and Dorothys
Tootie lives three houses
down from the Finns, who
have lived there three years.
They just found each other
last week at a neighborhood
party! Tootie greeted Pat,
Hey, you look Irish. Are you
100 percent? - great open-
er. Pat answered, Not 100
percent, but my wife is as
he nudged Arlene. And the
rest history.
Have a good one, folks.
St. Thomas
Loni
Graham
St. Thomas
Correspondent
507-248-3515
lonig@frontiernet.net
St. Johns Catholic Church
Father Dave Barrett and
Deacon Bob Wagner.
Saturday Evening Mass
at 8:15 p.m.
Sunday Mass 10 a.m.
Mass Servers on Saturday:
Trenton and Joseph Heubl
Mass Servers on Sunday:
Alexis, Kaylynn, Danielle
and Brenna Solheid.
Mass for the Feast of the
Immaculate Conception will
be at 7 p.m. Friday evening,
Dec. 7. (not 6 p.m. as stated
in the bulletin), and at 8 a.m.
Sat., Dec. 8, at St. Wenceslaus.
Wednesday, 4:30 p.m. -
Word and
Communion Service.
* * * * *
Monday, Dec. 10 -
Catholic United Financial
Meeting and Pot Luck Sup-
per and Christmas Party at 7
p.m. All members and spous-
es invited.
For those wishing to send
cards to Father Dave: His
present address is: 30220
Sciota Trail E., Randolph,
MN 55065.
The Christmas Concert
at St. Wenceslaus Church on
Sunday evening drew a near
capacity crowd. The New
Prague Area Community
Band received a standing
ovation. We are so proud.
The band will be playing a
concert at the Guthrie The-
ater at noon Saturday, Dec.
15.
Humor Corner:
The wife complained to
her husband that he was
spending too much time at
the bar. So one night he took
her along.
Whatll you have? he
asked her.
Oh, Ill have the same as
you.
The husband ordered a
couple of whiskeys and
drank his in one gulp.
His wife took a sip from
her glass and spit it out.
Disgusting, she ex-
claimed. How can you drink
this stuff?
Well, there you go, her
husband said. And all this
time you thought I was en-
joying myself.
Union Hill
Edna
Weiers
Union Hill
Correspondent
952-758-4644
Wade Young
Montgomery Messenger
A large number of con-
cerned residents attended the
Le Sueur County Planning
and Zoning Commissions
public hearing on Tuesday,
Nov. 27 in the county 4H
building.
The purpose of the hearing
was to hear comments and
concerns regarding the
amending of the countys
zoning ordinance and map. It
is the first change for the
documents since they were
adopted in July, 2007.
In 2009, the County ap-
pointed an 11-member plan-
ning and zoning task force
that has met almost 40 times
to discuss zoning ordinance
changes. At the November 27
meeting the commission en-
couraged testimony and pub-
lic input, and that is what
they received. Among the
comments:
Stan Wills of West Jeffer-
son Lake questioned lot
sizes, and urged the commis-
sion to keep in mind substan-
dard lots that currently dont
need variances if upgrades
are wanted.
Al DeKruif read a letter to
the commission about
tourism and campsites in the
county and how it has con-
tributed to the states econo-
my. He said after reading the
400-page document, he saw
very little information on
recreational sites.
Im asking you to make a
specific recreation portion to
the document and follow that
up with a meeting to be sure
we have the options and rep-
resentation, he said.
Mike Clemmens asked the
commission to consider set-
back requirements for fence
lines. Jerry Lucas of Lake
Washington agreed with the
commissions description of
the current document as con-
fusing and unclear. He also
agreed with Clemmens that
fencing is a huge issue,
particularly against wetland
boundary setbacks.
Ron Vetter of Vetter Stone
Many questions come at county P & Z public hearing
Bishop will install new pastor
at Holy Trinity Lutheran
Ann Svennungsen, bishop
of the Minneapolis Area
Synod of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church of America
(ELCA), will visit Holy Trin-
ity Lutheran Church Sunday
Dec. 9. She will offer the ser-
mon and perform the instal-
lation ceremony for the
church's new minister. The
Rev. Erick Thompson, dur-
ing the 9:30 a.m. service.
Svennungsen was elected
this February and was in-
stalled in May as the first fe-
male bishop of the Min-
neapolis Area Synod. The
morning will include a
brunch after the service for
the congregation, the bishop
and other invited guests,
mentors and friends of
Thompson's.
Thompson began his min-
istry at Holy Trinity in Octo-
ber after the church complet-
ed the synod-sponsored pas-
toral call process. Council
President Bret Cardwell said
this celebration at the church
is a time of excitement for
the future after a period of
uncertainty at the start of the
year. Pastor Erick and his
family are a wonderful addi-
tion to the New Prague com-
munity.
Pastor Erick Thompson
Montgomery
may hold line
on property
tax increase
After earlier indicating a 5
percent property tax levy in-
crease may be necessary, the
Montgomery City Council is
working on reducing that
figure to zero, it was an-
nounced during the councils
November 26 meeting.
City Administrator Steve
Helget said holding the line
on the levy is possible, and
he has worked on that aspect
following budget workshops
held by the council.
Commenting on the citys
5-year financial plan passed
that evening, Helget said the
city is on the right track.
The general fund deficit will
be gone by the end of the
year and hopefully we can
start building our reserves.
From Page 1
walked closer to the intersec-
tion to pay their respects.
A Marine Funeral Detail
accompanied the pallbearers
and the casket carrying
Means into the packed
church. Due to the small size
of the church and the large
crowd, a video feed was sent
to the St. Patrick Social Hall
which was also filled with
mourners.
Following the Funeral
Mass, Means was brought to
the adjacent cemetery. AMa-
rine detail fired a salute and
played Taps. The New
Prague Veteran Honor Guard
and members of the Patriot
Guard Riders also stood by
as the final prayers were said
and Means body was laid to
rest.
Funeral: Video feed of
services in church hall
Chuck Kajer Photo
A Marine Honor Guard and Patriot Guard Riders stood
at attention as the casket holding L. Cpl Dale Means is
carried into St. Patrick Church Wednesday morning,
Nov. 28.
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Helping take care of what
we have was a lesson Raven
Stream and Falcon Ridge el-
ementary school students in
New Prague learned last
week.
Climb Theatre of Inver
Grove Heights performed
two plays about conservation
to area students on Wednes-
day, Nov. 28. To kindergarten
through second grade stu-
dents at the two schools they
presented "Space Baby."
Third through sixth graders
saw "Flashback." Both plays
dealt with preserving the en-
vironment through conserva-
tion of resources.
"Space Baby" is about
third grader Clara who has to
take care of FargyGo, an
other-worldly toddler.
"Flashback" deals with
Dax, a young man who lives
in a future world that is a bar-
ren wasteland and he has to
use a mechanical breathing
apparatus. Dax, with the help
of SES (Save the Earth Soci-
ety the students in the audi-
ence), discovers a way to
travel back in time to the pre-
sent. He tries to affect his fu-
ture by encouraging changes
in the past.
"Flashback" also encour-
aged reducing, reusing and
recycling items such as paper
and composting items that
can be used for fertilizer.
During the play students
were asked for ways they
could help the environment
and to conserve resources.
Helping students learn about conservation
Patrick Fisher Photo
"Dax," center, the main character of Climb Theatres "Flashback" takes answers from
Falcon Ridge Elementary School students about ways to conserve the environment.
Climb Theatre presented the play to third through sixth graders on Wednesday, Nov.
28. To see more photos go to newpraguetimes.com and click on the blue button.
Submitted Photo
A second cut for Love
Greta Ryan, daughter of Shawn and Lori Ryan of New
Prague, shows off her new shorter style after getting her
hair cut for Locks of Love. Ryan, 9 and-a-half, had her
hair cut at Artistic Edge in New Prague. This was the sec-
ond time for the fourth grader at Raven Stream Elemen-
tary School in New Prague to donate to the organization
that makes wigs from the hair, which are given to chil-
dren who have lost their hair due to medical reasons.
Patrick Fisher Photos
Everybody
was skating
Charlie Murphy skates to
"Kung Fu Fighting" during
the New Prague Area Fig-
ure Skating Clubs Winter
Exhibition on Sunday, Dec.
2. The seventh annual event
was held at the New Prague
Area Community Center
and featured skaters of var-
ious ages performing in
groups and individually. At
left, the mother and daugh-
ter team of Jamie and Syd-
ney Koblas skated to
Christmas melodies. To see
more photos go to new-
praguetimes.com and click
on the blue button.
A town with a population
of only 7,500 might not seem
like the best place for a pro-
fessional theatre company to
set up shop. New Prague,
however, is not your typical
town.
Already sporting two com-
munity theatres, New Prague
is about to become home to a
professional company, as
well: DalekoArts.
The company, headed up
by New Prague hometowner
Ben Thietje and his wife
Amanda White, will produce
an inaugural season of three
shows from June to Septem-
ber. The company will reside
in New Prague, but utilize an
ensemble of professional ac-
tors and designers from the
Twin Cities.
My growing up here was
a big reason that we chose
New Prague, explained Thi-
etje. Ive had the pleasure of
witnessing this communitys
love and commitment to the
arts firsthand. The people of
this area support the arts as if
they lived in a place five
times its size. From an
artists perspective, New
Prague is a really unique
place to be.
An artists perspective is
one the pair knows well. Thi-
etje and White have more
than 30 years of professional
theatre experience between
them. Aside from directing
theatre in the New Prague
school system for the past
decade, Thietje has also pro-
duced more than a dozen
shows in the Twin Cities, as
well as acted at professional
theatres such as The Old Log
and Park Square.
White has worked as an
actor, director, and producer
in both Chicago and New
York, and is the new Manag-
ing Director at Mixed Blood
Theatre in Minneapolis.
Daleko a Czech word
meaning far away was
chosen to reflect New
Pragues strong bohemian
roots, its spatial relationship
to the Twin Cities, and the
companys desire to step
back and examine the world
from a different point of
view.
New theatre companies
are popping up every year in
Minneapolis and St. Paul,
said White. The region is an
incredible place to experi-
ence and work in the arts.
But theatre seems to be just a
part of life in New Prague.
We hope to become an inte-
gral part of the community
and we hope that the commu-
nity will eventually feel like
DalekoArts belongs to
them.
New Prague native brings professional
theater company to New Prague
Submitted Photo
Ben Thietje and his wife Amanda White are opening a
professional theater company, DalekoArts, in New
Prague.
From Page 7
Company, said the way the
document is currently writ-
ten, it leaves little room for
companies to grow and ex-
pand and said that 20 acres
may be more reasonable for
his business.
Mary Johnston of the north
side of West Jefferson Lake,
spoke about the width of
driveway access, and Dale
Korbel of Montgomery
Township spoke about build-
ing setbacks.
County Board
public hearing
The Le Sueur County
Board will hold its public
hearing at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Dec. 11, in the commission-
ers room of the county court-
house.
Planning: Hearing is Dec. 13
Band, composed of 34 pro-
fessional musicians, with
Frank Kovarik as conductor,
will play a concert in New
Prague in connection with
the New Prague High School
Band, tonight in the high
school auditorium.
100 YEARS AGO
December 5, 1912
There will be a dance at
Heidelberg Thursday night,
to which all are invited.
We note from the Grist
that the Mill Company found
it necessary to run 104 cars
of flour and feed on the floor
during the last few weeks,
but the arrival of 85 empty
cars helped clear things up.
A farm hand bought an
automobile in St. Peter with a
worthless check on the
Cleveland bank. He is now in
jail, and the auto will do him
no good for a few years.
Compiled by Jake Keohen
Capsules: Mill was kept busy
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The New Prague Planning
Commission took one last look
at the citys Comprehensive
Plan Update during its month-
ly meeting Wednesday, Nov.
28.
The commission has spent
most of the year reviewing the
plan and making changes to
help the city with its planning
through the year 2035.
Joanne Foust, a principal
with Municipal Development
Group, a consulting firm,
helped the commission in up-
dating the plan.
Foust explained that a com-
prehensive plan is a document
that establishes guidelines for
the future growth and redevel-
opment of the city. The current
update covers four chapters
Demographics, Housing, Land
Use and Transportation.
Foust noted that the plan not
only looks to the future, but
also to the past for reference.
She noted demographics of the
city. New Prague had a popu-
lation of 4,559 in 2000, and
7,321 in 2010, an increase of
63 percent. Projections esti-
mate that the population will
be 9,700 in 2020, and will ap-
proach 12,000 in 2030 and
13,000 in 2035.
We are projecting growth,
but at a slower, more conserva-
tive pace than in the past
decade, Foust said.
The document also has in-
formation on housing trends,
education, employment, in-
come and household statistics.
As far as housing, the docu-
ment shows that the umber of
households in the city grew
from 1,735 in 2000 to 2,862 in
2010, an increase of 65 per-
cent. The plan estimates that
there will be nearly 5,000
households by 2035.
Other notable statistics are
that 35 percent of all housing
units in New Prague have been
built since 2000, and that there
is a need for about 32 new se-
nior housing units by 2020.
Mike Kotila of the engineer-
ing firm Short, Elliot, Hen-
drickson gave a brief overview
of the Transportation chapter.
He noted the purpose of the
chapter was to balance the
need for convenient and effi-
cient access for local residents
and businesses while main-
taining mobility and safety on
the roadway system for all
users.
He said the plan identifies
needs and makes recommen-
dations for future roadway net-
works, including local roads,
collector roads and arterial
roads.
Foust then went over the
chapter on Land Use. She said
the guiding principles used
when developing this chapter
is that the city wants to retain
the spirit of a small town,
wants to continue to have
downtown as a place to gather,
have a well-balanced tax base,
take a proactive position on fu-
ture growth and have an iden-
tity that reflects the place, his-
tory and heritage of the city.
The land use plan takes into
account the inventory of va-
cant lots for residential, com-
mercial and industrial uses,
and proposes to try to fill in the
majority of vacant lands before
annexing additional lands into
the city.
In addition, the land use
chapter identifies 14 sites that
are either proposed to be re-
zoned to another district or
sites that have redevelopment
potential.
No one from the audience
asked to speak about the plan
during the public hearing. It
was noted that there were sev-
eral written comments from
people who attended an open
house on the plan earlier in the
month. The commission rec-
ommended approval of the
amended plan by a 4-0 vote
(with Chair Bob Gilman ab-
sent).
City Planner Ken Ondich
said the city council was to dis-
cuss the plan at its December 3
meeting, and it is hoped the
council will vote to adopt the
plan at its December 17 meet-
ing.
Comp. Plan changes move on to council
NEW PRAGUE
PLANNING COMMISSION
Lori Nickel Photo
The recount in Senate District 20, the race between Kevin
Dahle (DFL-Northfield) and Mike Dudley (R-New
Prague) in Le Sueur and Rice Counties occurred on
Thursday, November 29. Above, Le Sueur County Re-
tired Auditor Ron Germscheid (left) and Deputy Auditor
Sherri Simon hand count ballots under the watchful eyes
of representatives from both parties.
Recount affirms Dahle
win in Senate District 20
Lori Nickel
Montgomery Messenger
Minnesota Secretary of
State Mark Ritchie an-
nounced on Tuesday, Dec. 4,
that Kevin Dahle (DFL-
Northfield) is officially the
Senator-elect for District 20,
following the meeting of the
state canvassing board.
A recount was automati-
cally triggered after the gen-
eral election results showed
a narrow margin of victory
for Dahle over Mike Dudley
(R-New Prague). Ballots
were hand counted in Rice
County on Wednesday, Nov.
28, in Le Sueur County on
Thursday, Nov. 29, and in
Scott County, Friday,
November 30.
The recount showed that
Dahle received a total of
20,627 votes and Dudley
had 20,556; a gain of six
votes for Dudley and the
loss of one vote for Dahle.
Auditors in Le Sueur
County counted a total of
11,900 ballots, which took
four hours to complete. Dud-
ley was the victor in Le
Sueur County with 6,067
votes over Dahle with 5,294.
Le Sueur County Finance
Director/Election Adminis-
trator Carol Blaschko said
the recount included both
absentee and polling place
votes. She added that the
process went smoothly for
them as theyve been
through several recounts in
the past four years.
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Chart building taking shape
Work on the new building at Chart Industries is progressing rapidly. In the past two weeks, the steel framework of
the building has been put in place and work has begun on the exterior walls. Chart hopes to be able to move into the
new building this spring. The 111,525 square-foot building is part of a $23 million expansion project at the New
Prague facility that will add 80 jobs to the local economy.
10/The New Prague Times/December 6, 2012
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for the Holidays
With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it seems
that there's never enough time to get everything done. It's im-
portant, though, to be sure that safety doesn't get left off the
list.
During the Holiday season, fires cause more than $18 mil-
lion in property damage and Holiday decoration injuries
send more than 13,000 people to the emergency room. Peo-
ple can help keep their families safe this season with these
quick, simple steps.
Water the Christmas tree--Dry trees pose a fire risk;
water real trees frequently.
Check the lights-- Inspect all lights and decorations for
damage or wear. Cracked sockets, frayed or bare wires and
loose connections may pose a fire risk.
Plan a fire escape--Identify at least two exits from every
room in the home.
Be flame aware--Always blow out unattended candles
and teach children to stay away from lit candles and fire-
places.
Check extension cords--Do not connect more than three
light strings together. Also be sure to check the rating on the
extension cords and do not plug in more than the recom-
mended wattage.
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Toys galore
Donna Ginter, left, of the Peace Center and Melissa
Wann of the New Prague SnowDrifters Snowmobile
Club display some of the toys donated by the local orga-
nization. Donations of toys during the holidays allow the
Peace Center in New Prague to help area families. The
Peace Center is also a food shelf that aids families
throughout the year.
Patrick Fisher Photo
It will be an
excellent Christmas
Hayden Duhme, son of Stephanie Duhme of Waterville,
happily tells Santa what he wants for Christmas at Last-
ing Impressions Salon in New Prague on Saturday, Dec.
1. To see more photos go to newpraguetimes.com and
click on the blue button.
The New Prague Times/December 6, 2012/11
Sports
The New Prague Trojan
wrestling team opened the
season with a 5-0 record to
top the six-team field at the
New Prague Duals Saturday,
Dec. 1.
The Trojans closest match
was in the second round,
where they came from be-
hind to defeat Chatfield 32-
31.
Three Trojans finished the
day unbeaten - Morgan Par-
riott at 145 pounds, Griffin
Parriott at 132 and Cody
Sirek at 195. The two Par-
riotts were 5-0 and Sirek was
3-0 before being injured in
winning his third-round
match and didnt wrestle the
final two rounds.
Each Trojan won at least
one match, with five of them
- Zach Lafavor, Andrew Mar-
suak, Nick Knutson, Richard
Reinartz and Joe Heinz -
going 4-1.
New Prague is ranked No.
5 in Class AA. The Trojans
return to action at a triangular
Thursday, Dec. 6, at
Janesville. The other teams
are Waterville-Elysian-Mor-
ristown/Janesville-Waldorf-
Pemberton and United South
Central. On Friday, Dec. 7,
New Prague hosts Richfield
in a dual meet, and on Tues-
day, Dec. 11, the Trojans host
Tri-City United and Waseca
in a triangular.
Trojans 45 Bombers 26
New Prague started slowly
in their first-round match
against Cannon Falls, losing
the first four matches. But the
Trojans won five straight to
take the lead on their way to
a 45-26 win.
Griffin Parriott started the
Trojan run with a 47-second
pin at 132 pounds, then
James Berg took a 15-0 tech-
nical fall at 138 and Morgan
Parriott earned a pin in 40
seconds to put the Trojans up
17-14. Reinartz had a major
decision and Heinz scored a
pin to make it five in a row.
Also getting wins for the Tro-
jans were Maruska (182
pounds) and Lafavor (285)
by pinfall and Sirek (195) by
forfeit.
Trojans 32, Gophers 31
New Prague trailed Chat-
field the entire match until
Nathan Preston scored a pin
in 20 seconds at 220 pounds,
giving them a 32-27 lead.
Chatfield needed a technical
fall to force a tie, but came up
short as the Trojans hung on
to a 32-31 win.
The Trojans won just one
of the first four matches, a
fall by Knutson at 113
pounds, and trailed 15-6.
Griffin Parriott won a battle
between two state-ranked
wrestlers, 1-0 at 132 pounds,
but then the Gophers got that
back with a decision at 138
making it 18-9.
The teams traded the next
four matches, with Morgan
Parriott winning a major de-
cision at 145 and Heinz get-
ting a decision at 160. Chat-
field had an 11-point lead at
27-16 with four matches left,
but the Trojans won the next
three. Maruska won a forfeit
at 182, then Sirek won a
major decision at 195 to set
up Prestons win at 220 that
put the Trojans up for good.
Trojans 46,
Wolverines 22
After dropping their first
match by major decision, the
Trojans got a technical fall at
112 pounds from Knutson
and never trailed in turning
back Sibley East 46-22.
Gaige Giles followed
Knutson with a pin at 120.
Other Trojan wins were by
Griffin Parriott (132) by de-
cision, Morgan Parriott (145)
by fall, Reinartz (152) by
major decision, Heinz (160)
by fall, Maruska (182) by
fall, Sirek (192) by decision
and Lafavor (285) by fall.
Trojans 44, Saints 31
New Prague won five
straight matches to build a
32-7 lead, saw it all but dis-
appear as St. Peter scored
four straight pins to make it
32-31, then got two final pins
to claim a 44-31 win over the
Saints.
Winning by fall for the
Trojans were Knutson (113),
Griffin Parriott (132), Mor-
gan Parriott (145), Preston
(220) and Lafavor (285). The
Trojans also had major deci-
sion from Alek Nelson (126)
and Berg (138).
Trojans 70, Bluejays 4
New Prague had no prob-
lems against a thin Waseca
squad, winning 12 of 13
matches (there was one dou-
ble-forfeit).
New Prague picked up four
forfeit wins, Knutson (112),
Nelson (126), Heinz (160)
and Pat Zeimet (170). They
got pins from Griffin Parriott
(132), Berg (138), Morgan
Parriott (145), Reinartz
(152), Maruska (182), Mitch
Gullickson (195) and Lafa-
vor (285). The other winner
for New Prague was Sam
Reyant (103), who scored a
10-0 major decision.
Grapplers sweep home duals
Chuck Kajer Photo
New Prague 160-pounder Joe Heinz rides his Cannon Falls opponent during the New Prague Invitational Saturday,
Dec. 1. Heinz won this match and went 4-1 on the day, as the Trojans went 5-0 as a team. To see more photos go to
newpraguetimes.com and click on the blue button.
NEW PRAGUE HS
WRESTLING
The New Prague Trojan
boys hockey team dropped its
first two games of the season,
falling to Mankato West 6-2
and North St. Paul 1-0.
The Trojans were scheduled
to face Rochester Lourdes (No.
9, Class A) on Tuesday, Dec. 4.
They will have a long break
before their next game, at
home on Thursday, Dec. 13,
against Mahtomedi.
Scarlets 6, Trojans 2
New Prague drew first blood
in their opening game against
Mankato West when Auggie
Isaacson put in a rebound at
4:29.
However the Scarlets scored
the next three goals to take
command. They tied the game
late in the first period and
scored two quick goals in the
second to take a 3-1 lead.
New Prague made it 3-2 on a
power play goal by Seth Kriha
at 9:56, but the Scarlets scored
less than a minute later to go
back up by two. West added a
pair of power play goals early
in the third to coast to the win.
Ben Witt and Alex Gregor
assisted on both Trojan goals.
West outshot the Trojans 28-
20. Evan Bisek stopped 22 of
28 shots for New Prague.
Polars 1, Trojans 0
New Prague dominated
much of the action in a non-
conference game Saturday,
Dec. 1, at North St. Paul, but
was stymied by Polars goal-
tender Mario Bollmann, who
stopped all 39 shots he faced to
give his team a 1-0 shutout
win.
New Prague outshot the Po-
lars 39-22, including a 21-6 ad-
vantage in the third period, but
Bollmann stopped everything
that came his way.
The Trojans had just three
penalties, but they proved cost-
ly as all three came in a six-
minute span in the second peri-
od, with the Polars scoring the
games only goal on the power
play
Bisek also had a good game
in goal, stopping 21 of 22
shots.
Boys hockey drops 2 games
Chuck Kajer Photo
The Trojans Seth Kriha skates the puck toward the goal
during New Pragues 6-2 loss to Mankato West Tuesday,
Nov. 27. To see more photos go to newpraguetimes.com
ad click on the blue button.
NEW PRAGUE HS
BOYS HOCKEY
Girls hockey team
wins Missota opener
The New Prague Trojan
girls hockey team defeated
Holy Angels 3-1 in their Mis-
sota Conference opener
Thursday, Nov. 29, and also
defeated Litchfield/Dassel-
Cokato on Saturday to go to
6-3 on the season.
The Trojans will face three
Section 1A foes in the com-
ing week, hosting Faribault
Friday, Dec. 7, and Red Wing
(No. 2, Class A) on Tuesday,
Dec. 11, before traveling to
Northfield on Thursday, Dec.
13.
Trojans 3, Stars 1
New Prague outshot Holy
Angels 12-3 in the first peri-
od, but it wasnt until 18 sec-
onds were left on the clock
that they scored on a goal by
Dani Kocina, with assists by
Catie Skaja and Lindsay
Paschke.
That goal held up until the
third period. Skaja made it a
2-0 game, with Kocina and
Paschke getting assists. Holy
Angels scored a goal with
less than a minute remaining,
but the Trojans got it back
just 10 seconds later when
Paschke scored, from Skaja
and Kocina.
New Prague outshot the
Stars 45-15, with Sophie
Puente making 14 saves for
the win.
Trojans 6, Dragons 2
New Prague took a 2-0
lead over Litchfield/Dassel-
Cokato, then held off a pesky
Dragon squad on their way to
a 6-2 win.
Brittany Sticha had a hat
trick, while Skaja, Paschke
and Kasey Marquardt added
goals. Assists were from Tay-
lor Heid, Kocina, Skaja, Jor-
dan Anderson and Mar-
quardt.
Sydney Culshaw picked up
her first varsity win in goal,
stopping 15 of 17 shots.
NEW PRAGUE HS
GIRLS HOCKEY
THURSDAY, DEC. 6: Wrestling - New Prague and United
South Central at Waterville-Elysian-Morristown/Janesville-
Waldorf-Pemberton, at JWP High School, 5 p.m.; Gymnas-
tics: Breck at New Prague, 6:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, DEC. 7: Girls Hockey - Faribault at New Prague,
7:15 p.m.; Wrestling - Richfield at New Prague, 7:15 p.m.;
Girls Basketball - Hopkins at New Prague, 7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, DEC. 8: Boys Basketball - New Prague vs.
Maple Grove at Pacesetter Tip-off Classic, Minnetonka HS,
5:30 p.m.
TUESDAY, DEC. 11: Wrestling: Tri-City United and Waseca
at New Prague Triangular, 5 p.m.; Girls Hockey - Red Wing
at New Prague, 7:15 p.m.; Girls Basketball - New Prague at
Glencoe-Silver Lake, 7:30 p.m.; Boys Basketball - Holy Fam-
ily Catholic at New Prague, 7:30 p.m.
THURSDAY, DEC. 13: Boys Hockey - Mahtomedi at New
Prague, 7:15 p.m.; Girls Hockey - New Prague at Northfield,
7:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, DEC. 14: Wrestling - New Prague at Minnesota
Christmas Tournament, Rochester Community and Technical
College Field House, 2 p.m.; Gymnastics - New Prague at
Northfield, 5:30 p.m. (note time change); Boys Basketball -
New Prague at Alexandria, 7:30 p.m.; Girls Basketball - Sim-
ley at New Prague, 7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, DEC. 15: Wrestling - New Prague at Minneso-
ta Christmas Tournament, Rochester Community and Technical
College Field House, 9:30 a.m. Boys Basketball - New Prague
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Gymnastics
New Prague 143.675,
Lakeville North 133.95
Trojans host Breck at
home Thursday, Dec. 6
Boys Hockey
Rochester Lourdes 3,
New Prague 2, OT
Austin Kilian, two goals,
Evan Bisek, 33 saves; Tro-
jans host Mahtomedi Thurs-
day, Dec. 13.
Boys Basketball
Albert Lea 65,
New Prague 60
New Prague vs. Maple
Grove at Breakdown Tip-off
Classic Saturday, 5:30 p.m.
at Minnetonka HS.
Girls Basketball
New Prague 64,
Waconia 59
Annie Dittberner, 18
points, Lei Ruehling and
Jess Allar, 14 points each,
Ella Grote, 10 points; New
Prague hosts Hopkins Fri-
day, Dec. 7.
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The New Prague Trojan
girls basketball team im-
proved its record to 3-1 on
the season following a pair of
wins over Big 9 Conference
teams last week. The Trojans
defeated Austin 71-60 and
Mankato East (No. 6, Class
AAA) 69-56.
The Trojan girls were
scheduled to play at Waconia
Tuesday, Dec. 4. They host
defending Class AAAA
champion Hopkins (No 1,
Class AAAA) on Friday,
Dec. 7, and play at Glencoe-
Silver Lake Tuesday, Dec.
11.
Trojans 71, Packers 60
New Prague was never re-
ally threatened in their home
opener Tuesday, Nov. 27,
against Austin. The Trojans
had a comfortable halftime
lead of 11 points and
stretched the lead to as many
as 22 points in the second
half before pulling their
starters.
Perhaps the most impres-
sive aspect of the Trojans
dominance was an eight-
minute stretch in the second
half when their top two scor-
ers, Lexi Ruehling and Annie
Dittberner, were both on the
bench with four fouls. In-
stead of collapsing, the Tro-
jans extended their lead dur-
ing that stretch, not allowing
Austin to get back into the
game.
Senior Steph Hanson
picked up the slack for the
Trojans. She had a career-
high 20 points and had eight
steals. Dittberner finished
with 15 points and eighth-
grader Maizie Deihl had 11.
Also scoring for the Trojans
were Ella Grote (8),
Ruehling (7), Ashley
Altschul (4), Kayla Kroyer
(4), and Jess Allar (2). Grote
pulled down six rebounds for
the Trojans and Hanson and
Ruehling each had four as-
sists. As a team New Prague
had 19 steals and forced 27
Austin turnovers while com-
mitting just 12.
Trojans 69, Cougars 56
Three Trojan seniors -
Ruehling, Dittberner and
Hanson - combined for 51
points as the Trojans upset
No. 6-ranked Mankato East
69-56 on the Cougars home
court Thursday, Nov. 29.
We have tremendous se-
nior leadership on this team.
The maturity they show on
and off the court is as good as
we have had here, Trojan
coach Ron Gunderson said.
This is a tight group that
really enjoys the time they
spend together. They are also
very driven. They have set
high goals and are willing to
pay the price that achieving
those goals brings.
Gunderson went on to say
that Ruehling is playing
strong in the post, and the
two senior guards, Dittberner
and Hanson, are controlling
the tempo at both ends.
Ella Grote is making
shots and battling inside
while Jess Allar is strong on
the defense. Kayla Kroyer,
Maizie Diehl and Ashley
Altschul are great coming off
the bench, he added.
We have some young
players that will see time as
the year progresses. This is a
great group and I believe we
will see improvement each
night out.
Dittberner and Ruehling
each had 20 points and Han-
son added 11 as the Trojans
pulled away from a tight
game in the second half.
Grote joined the three seniors
in double figures, scoring 12,
while Allar had 4 and Kroyer
2.
The Trojans defensive
pressure and shooting accu-
racy were factors in the win.
New Prague had 15 steals
and forced 23 turnovers,
while shooting 50 percent
from the field. They made 22
of 29 free throws (75.8 per-
cent). East had an 33-25 ad-
vantage on the boards.
Ruehling grabbed eight re-
bounds while Dittberner had
10 assists and four steals and
Hanson and Grote added
fours steals each.
Girls hoops team impressive in 2 wins
NEW PRAGUE HS
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Chuck Kajer Photo
New Pragues Maizie Deihl goes for a lay-up during New
Pragues win over Austin. The eighth-grader had 11
points. To see more photos go to newpraguetimes.com
and click on the blue button.
The New Prague Trojan
boys basketball team opened
the 2012-13 season with a
69-56 win over Section
1AAA foe Waseca Friday,
Nov. 30.
Waseca took an early lead,
but the Trojans kept plugging
away and took the lead late
in the first half and didnt let
go.
New Prague had four play-
ers in double figures, led by
senior guard Luke Ryndas
14. The Trojans twin towers,
6-foot, 7-inch junior Paul
Friendshuh and 6-8 junior
Michael Soderland, had 12
and 10 respectively, and se-
nior Nick Johnson added 10.
Other Trojans scoring in-
clude Joe Kneip (6), Kyle
Zweber (5), Kyle Stepka (4),
Jake Ryan (3), Greg Vogel
(3) and Blake Wooten (2).
Friendshuh pulled down
seven rebounds while John-
son and Vogel had five each.
Kneip and Ryan both had
three assists and Kneip and
Zweber both had four steals.
There were a lot of fouls
in the game, Trojan Coach
Aaron Jasperson said. We
are still trying to figure out
how to play position de-
fense. His team was whis-
tled for 25 fouls and the
Bluejays for 23. New Prague
made 22 of 34 from the free
throw line and hit 42 percent
from the field on 22 of 53
shooting.
Jasperson said the Trojans
got a big spark from Zweber
who came off the bench and
played well defensively.
Soderlund also was impres-
sive, going 4-for-4 from the
field. New Prague had a 34-
30 edge in rebounds.
The Trojans were sched-
uled to play at Albert Lea
Tuesday, Dec. 4. On Satur-
day they will take part in the
Breakdown Tip-off Classic at
Minnetonka High School,
with 14 games played in two
gyms starting at 11 a.m. New
Prague faces Maple Grove at
5:30 p.m. in the east gym.
Thirteen of the 26 Minnesota
teams playing are ranked in
the top 10 in their class.
The Trojans home opener
is Tuesday, Dec. 11, against
Holy Family Catholic.
Boys hoops win
opener at Waseca
NEW PRAGUE HS
BOYS BASKETBALL
Well, the noise I heard
from my deer stand turned
out to be a squirrel. Squirrels,
turkeys and coyotes were all
I saw after 2-1/2 days of hard
hunting in southwestern
Minnesota. Eugene Palma
didnt fare much better
He saw one fawn.
However, on the last after-
noon, as we readied to leave
the woods and head home,
our luck changed.
A single doe, chased by
gunfire from a neighbors
woods, picked our wooded
location for safety. Bad deci-
sion for her. She ended up
right between us and I
promptly knocked her down
with a well-placed shot.
We actually had to chuckle
about it. Sometimes it is way
better to be lucky than good
at hunting. We loaded her up,
registered her in town and
headed home, still smiling
about our luck.
Apparently, others in
southeastern Minnesota fared
better than us as the deer har-
vest this year was up from
last year.
I did manage to bag a nice
coyote from my deerstand.
They are plentiful down
there and I saw way too
many of them during day-
light hours.
Back home, I exchanged
my shot guns for my muz-
zleloader and began another
season. I turned down a de-
cent buck on opening day.
Im still not quite sure why I
didnt shoot him Oh well. I
also saw a doe, which I could
not shoot.
Then, I packed my gear
again. My son Joe was taking
me deer hunting in southern
Iowa, the home of monster
bucks. Im not sure which of
us was more pumped. I knew
I wouldnt sleep well on
Thursday night before leav-
ing on Friday, Nov. 30. Joe
had been there several times
and some of the bucks hes
taken now hang on the tro-
phy room wall.
I wrote this column before
leaving on the trip. I know
even if I dont get one, Ill
still have a blast. Joe and I
have not hunted together for
some time. I still remember
sitting with both boys when
they shot their first bucks.
Better to be lucky
than good
Bill
Bartusek
Outdoors
Columnist
Correction
In the November 29 Winter sports section, the names of
Zack and Kyle Skaja were switched in the photo caption for
boys hockey. Zach is in the front row, and Kyle is in the third
row.
Monday Morning Stars
Through Nov. 26 ............Pts
Strike Force Bowl..............59
Wacker Drywall .................58 .
Catherinas Gardens.........47
The Golden Girls .............47
Community Sales & Serv..46
Way to Yoga......................44
Jans Tupperware..............36
Highlights: Jeanne Wacker 203
game, Dee Pomije 184 game,
469 series, Jan Weeman 479
series
Monday Jammers
Through Nov. 26 ............Pts
All Stars ..............................8
Strikers................................7
Alley Cats............................7
Trojans ................................5
Vikings ................................5
King Pins ............................4
Super Stars.........................3
Twins...................................1 .
Highlights: Max Lee 142 game,
263 series, Jack Kreutzian 136
game, 250 series, Hanna
Jensen 88 game, 83 game,
171 series, Carly Gothberg
151 series
Monday Tri-City
Through Nov. 26 ............Pts
Darins Pro Shop ..............64
Brewsters..........................60
Troy Schoenbauer Const. .56
Flicek Insurance ...............43
City Club Bar ....................40
Sticha Insurance...............21
Hertaus Construction........19
Strike Force Bowl..............17
Highlights: Nick Hertaus 279
game, Bob Broske 279 game,
Jeff Gibbs 278 game, Brian
Henze 738 series, Brad
Schmitz 729 series, Darin
Pomije 720 series
Monday Night Owls
Through Nov. 26 ............Pts
Laus Bakery.....................64
Darins Pro-Shop ..............58
Chameleon .......................45
City Club Bar ....................39
Silhouettes........................35
Hentges ............................32
Deutsch Construction .......31
Braith Excavating..............18
Highlights: Mike Huonder 280
game, 727 series, Kurt Simon
276 game, Jeff Wick 267
game, Jay Mills 765 series, Jeff
Gibbs 677 series
Tuesday All Stars
Through Nov. 27 ............Pts
Trojans ..............................10
All Stars ..............................7
Twins...................................6 .
Strikers................................5
Vikings ................................5
King Pins ............................5
Super Stars.........................2
Alley Cats............................0
Highlights: Connor Waddick
152 game, 273 series, Cael
Overgaard 132 game, 232 se-
ries, Jazmine Hamm 1128
game, 81 game, 209 series,
Sam Oleson 155 series
Tuesday Womens Trio
Through Nov. 27 ............Pts
Strike Force Bowl..............36.5
Mikes Handyman Gals.....33
Odenthal Meats ................29
Fliceks Sports Bar............28
Schulte Const/Lndscpg.....26
City Club...........................24
Montgomery Car Wash.....24
Classic Bar & Grille...........15.5
Highlights: Paula Mills 279
game, 235 game, 716 series,
Denise Ledwein 603 series
Tuesday National League
Through Nov. 27 ............Pts
Darins Pro-Shop ............249.5
Tikalsky Laser.................244
West End Liquors ...........225
Odenthal Meats ..............219.5
Rud Construction............219.5
Cedar Lake Embroidery..213
City Club Bar ..................210
Lambrechts Bats............183.5
Highlights: Brian Hartman 286
game. Rod Nickel 259 game,
Darin Pomije 259 game, 703
series, Jason Blauvelt 707 se-
ries, Rich Novak 697 series
Wednesday Strikers
Through Nov. 28 ............Pts
Super Stars.........................7
All Stars ..............................7
Trojans ................................5
Vikings ................................2
Twins...................................0
Strikers................................0
Highlights: Mike Briggs 246
ga,e. 574 series. Josh Dorshak
238 ga,e. 47 series, Trisha
Gast 203 game, 494 series,
Laura Schoeneman 146 game,
395 series
Wednesday Night Prowlers
Through Nov. 28 ............Pts
Viklas Farm & Green........15
Picha Electric....................14
Bowler Appraisals.............12
Laus Bakery.....................12
McGuire Landscaping.......11
Steve Rynda Construction11
Voyager Vixens ...................7
Highlights: Deb Wehle 203
ga,e. 557 series, Joyce Fadden
201 game, Deb Atneosen 564
series
Thursday Sporters
Through Nov. 29 ............Pts
Vikings ................................7
Super Stars.........................5
All Stars ..............................5
Kingpins..............................4
Strikers................................3
Wild.....................................2
Twins...................................2 .
Trojans ................................0
Highlights: Gant Overgaard
245 game, 617 series, Steve
Pexa 215 game, Wyatt Gaulke
558 series, Hayley Breyer 235
game, 541 series, Alyssa
Novak 179 game, 529 series
Thursday Fabulous Four-
some
Through Nov. 29 ............Pts
IPS....................................43
City Club Bar ....................41
Odenthal Meats ................41
Vosejpka Electric ..............38
Silhouettes........................30
Monty Horseshoe Club.....27
Schells Beer.....................19
European Roasterie..........17
Highlights: Chad Hoffman 289
game, 748 series, Jay Mills 268
game, Al Pankow 264 game,
703 series, Justin Renneke
708 series,
Thursday Shady Ladies
Through Nov. 29 ............Pts
LeTerris Salon..................58
Pioneer Saloon.................52
Fliceks Sports Bar............43
R&L Woodcraft..................38
Ron Jirik Construction ......31.5
D&K Bare Acres ...............31.5
Schells Beer.....................27
Highlights: Paula Mills 279
game, 714 series, Jessica
Marsh 225 game, 645 series,
Julie Pomije 224 game. 568 se-
ries
Friday Elbow Benders
Through Nov 30.............Pts
Hertaus Construction........35
JR Services ......................32
LeTerris Salon..................28
NPCL Insurance ...............26
Pro-Service.......................20
Sandey Real Estate..........19
Skluzacek Cabinetry.........18
City Club Bar ....................18
Highlights: Brad Schmitz 268
game, 653 series, Jim Weiers
223 game, 597 series, Jessica
Seurer 255 game, 615 series,
Kay Pexa 193 game, Cheryl
Novak 538 series
Sunday Night Hawks
Through Dec. 2..............Pts
Flipside Pub & Grill ...........36
Anderson Engineering......35
NPCL Insurance ...............28
Flipside 4-Baggers...........25
Odenthal Meats ................22
Strike Force Bowl..............20
Iris Valley...........................19
Joes Shoe Repair ............11
Highlights: Jay Mills 268 ga,e.
220 game, 661 series, Jim
Witty 552 series, Paula Mills
269 game, 247 fame, 717 se-
ries, Julie Pomije 245 game,
636 series
Bowling
NP Chev helps raise funds
for local hockey program
In the spirit of teamwork
taught by youth sports, New
Prague Chevrolet is teaming
up with the New Prague Area
Hockey Association to pro-
vide their players and coach-
es with hockey equipment
kits filled with hockey pucks,
cones, water bottles, t-shirts,
coaches clipboards, a spon-
sorship check and an oppor-
tunity to help them raise
funds.
New Prague Youth Hockey
Association will have the op-
portunity to raise as much as
$10,000 through a fundrais-
ing opportunity where a
lucky recipient will win the
Ultimate Pro Hockey Pack-
age, which includes four
tickets to a Minnesota Wild
game in March in addition to
hotel accommodations and
all-access passes.
New Prague Chevrolet and
other Minneapolis-St. Paul-
area Chevrolet dealerships
are donating these prizes to
participating leagues in the
area. All of the proceeds col-
lected from the fundraiser go
directly to the leagues. The
funds may be used in any
way the league chooses.
A one-time sponsorship
check will be presented by
New Prague Chevrolet to
New Prague Youth Hockey
Association. The league also
will have an opportunity to
raise additional funds.
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APPLIANCE REPAIR most
brands. Factory trained techni-
cians. New Prague Appliance
Center 952-758-2559.
THE REVIVAL Band for wed-
dings, anniversaries and any
occasion. For info or bookings
call Mark at 952-873-6598.
SEW MANY Things offers al-
terations, mending, and most
types of sewing needs, plus 18
doll clothes. Nancy Musil, 952-
758-3746.
COURT RESOURCES-SAVE.
Bankruptcy debt relief $860*,
Divorce/Custody $570*, Civil/
DUI start at $330*. We accept
payments, *court fees addition-
al. 763-792-4940.
STORAGE INSIDE for RVs,
campers, boats and cars, near
New Market. Cement floors, 14
ft doors. 2 spots. 952-461-6743.
3BR IN New Prague, 1BA, $875
month, no smoking, available
Jan. 1, detached garage. Ques-
tions call Carol Lambrecht, 612-
309-3640.
2 BR, 1 bath townhouse in New
Prague. $875 month, non smok-
ing. 612-282-7486 or 612-245-
9469.
1BR APARTMENT! Main St.
New Prague. Above Flipside
Pub. $575 month includes utili-
ties. References & deposit re-
quired. 612-325-2597.
MINI STORAGE: New Prague
Mini Storage, new facility, se-
cure access 24/7, video surveil-
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perature controlled spaces
available. Starting at
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www. newpr aguemi ni st or -
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MINI STORAGE 5x10, 6x10,
10x10, and 10x20. Next to New
Prague Chev. For availability,
call 952-758-3202 or 612-790-
5559.
1 BR home in New Prague
available immediately, $650
month. Questions call Call
Carol Lambrecht 612-309-3640.
2 BR apartment in New Prague,
washer, dryer, dishwasher and
deck. $695 per month. Call
Steve 612-875-5505.
2BR FROM $650 in New
Prague. With utilities, washer,
dryer and garage available.
952-758-6899.
LIBERTY PARK: Quiet, peace-
ful living with other seniors.
Rent based on income. 1 bed-
room $410; 2 bedroom $450; or
30% of income, which ever is
less. Equal Opportunity Provid-
er. Call 952-758-4991.
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath house in
New Prague. Central air, ap-
pliances including washer &
dryer. Across street from play-
ground. $795 a month plus util-
ities. References required, non
smoker Contact Gary 952-297-
2359.
APARTMENTS AVAILABLE
starting at $400 a month in
downtown Montgomery. Call
Jim at 612-221-5191 for details.
RETAIL SPACE available in
New Prague. 1,600 sq. ft., more
if needed. Starting at
$1200/month, large parking lot.
Chris Kubes. 612-759-7831.
FURNISHED RANCH style up-
stairs apartment. Temporary
month to month or week to
week. Rental starting Decem-
ber 1. $700 a month or $200 a
week. 612-756-1514.
AVAILABLE 12/1, 2 BR town-
house in New Prague. $900
monthly plus utilities. Excellent
condition. Call 612-240-8284.
For Rent
Services
PLUMBING... ALL needs,
Sump Pumps, Drain Cleaning,
New, remodel/repair, water
heaters. Licensed bonded, in-
sured Master Plumber. KZ
Plumbing, Kevin Zvanovec,
612-328-7808. www.kzplumb-
ing.net
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WHATS TOM Got Sample
Sale. Anchor Hocking, Thermos,
Honey Well, kids books, colle-
giate sweatshirts, all brand
new, huge savings. Follow
signs, Saturdays till Christmas,
8am-4pm.
NORWEX STORE - Holiday Ev-
ent Saturday, December 8,
10am-6pm. Cathys home, 409
Columbus Ave. N, New Prague.
To place orders call 952-758-
2614 or cpecholt@juno.com, on-
line catalog www.cathy-
pecholt.norwex.biz.
STOREWIDE 50% off sale
starts Monday, December 3
through Saturday, December 8,
except items in the cases, be-
hind the counter and items
marked Not 1/2 price. Hands
of Friendship Thrift Store, 1
mile east of New Prague on
Hwy. 13/19. 952-758-5114.
Coming Events
$$ PAID UP TO $300 for repair-
able vehicles/junkers. Imme-
diate pickup. Proudly serving
Scott/Le Sueur counties; flatbed
or wrecker service. 952-220-
TOWS (8697), 7 days.
Cars & Trucks
ANIMAL GROOMING: In my
home: cats, dogs; large or small,
even if its just a bath, brush-
out. Betty, 952-758-2899,
scheduling call or text 952-261-
2616.
Dogs and Pets
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
seeking field mechanic. Must
have CL A CDL. S.M. Hentges
& Sons, Inc. Contact Jerry 952-
492-7700. EEO.
BEAUTICIAN - RENTAL or
commission. Busy salon. Debbie
952-445-3300 or 952-215-9904.
2 POSITIONS available: Cedar
Summit Dairy seeking highly
motivated individuals to work
in dairy processing facility. Pro-
duction Technician (full time)
must be able to carry or lift 50
lbs. Duties to include operation
of production equipment, clean-
ing of equipment and facilities,
maintaining production records
and other duties as assigned.
Milk Hauler (part time) must be
able to carry or lift 50 lbs. and
have a clean driving record. Du-
ties to include transporting
milk from parlor to bottling
plant, testing milk, cleaning
equipment and facilities. Famil-
iarity with skid steer loader a
plus. Send resume to 25830
Drexel Avenue, New Prague
MN 56071 or to mike@cedar-
summit.com.
MAINTENANCE TECHNI-
CIAN 4pm-midnight shift.
Growing plastic injection mold-
ing company seeking a career
minded individual for our Kaso-
ta location. Duties include
maintenance on all facility
equipment; troubleshooting and
repair of electrical, pneumatic
& hydraulic systems/equip-
ment. Competitive wages, excel-
lent benefits. Send resume to:
Imperial Plastics, Inc/Rolco Di-
vision, 336 E. Industrial Street,
PO Box 8 Kasota, MN 56050.
507-931-4525 fax 507-931-6264.
$2,000 SIGN-ON bonus, Klemm
Tank Lines is now hiring local.
Class A CDL drivers out of the
Twin Cities, MN (parking loca-
tions in Blaine, MN & Inver
Grove Heights, MN)! We offer
excellent wages, paid training,
paid uniforms, medical benefits,
401K & more! Requirements: 2
years Tractor-Trailer experi-
ence, Tank & Hazmat endorse-
ments (or ability to obtain) &
safe diving record. Apply today
at TheKAG.com or call Recruit-
ing at 866-591-9391.
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with which you are unfamiliar,
please call the Better Business
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FREE INTERNET POSTING!
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MONDAY
3 PM!
Tax Preparer/Accounting-
Growing New Prague CPA firm
looking for full & part time staff,
January thru April, possibility
of part time after April.
Minimum 1-2 years experience
with both personal and business
tax returns, Payroll, Quickbooks
& financial statement prep.
Customer friendly firm on
Main Street in
downtown New Prague.
Email resumes to
recruiting@Gilbertsoncpa.com
Gilbertson CPA
222 Main Street East, New Prague
WANTED TO BUY
ALL TYPES OF
CATTLE
Slow and lame and
all doubtful cattle
Also good cull cows
& bulls and
fat beef cows.
$200 - $1,500
CALL ANYTIME
(Cell) 612-860-8774
(Home) 651-480-1900
2 BR & 3 BR
TOWNHOME
starting at
$740 & $905
Garages additional
Cats/Small Dogs
Welcome (up to 20 lbs.)
East Gate Estates
952-758-5682
MILLPOND APARTMENTS
Immediate occupancy
One Bedroom Apt.
* Seniors 62 or older *
Elevator
Community Room
Close to shopping
On-site resident Manager
Security
Rents based on income
For more information
call 952-758-4333.
210 1st Ave. NW, New Prague, MN
Equal Housing Opportunity
WELCO WEST
APARTMENTS-
Montgomery
Welco has 1,2,3 BR Apartments
Immediately Available
Welco is now also Pet Friendly!
Call G&H Management today
for a showing!
507-334-3499 or online at
www.ghpropertyco.com
MIKE SLAVIK
PAINTING
COMPANY
www.mikeslavik.com
952-758-2921
Trusted Since 1983
Interior/Exterior
Painting
Woodwork Varnish/
Enamel
Residential/Business
Free Consultation
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AIR DUCT
CLEANING
Help your
family
and friends
BREATHE BETTER!
We use the newest
technology to clean your
air ducts and free fogging
to kill mites, bacteria, etc.
Rotating Brush
Vacuum System
Look inside your vents with our
Air Duct Camera and see the
BEFORE and AFTER results!
FREE Carbon Monoxide
Furnace Check!
Call for free quote.
Mike - 612-501-2678
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Lakers - New Prague
Sanitary
10-20-30 YARD ROLLOFF DUMPSTERS
SMALLER TANKS ALSO AVAILABLE
(952) 461-2276 or
(952) 758-2991
YOUR LOCAL REFUSE and
RECYCLING COMPANY
27252 HELENA BLVD. NEW PRAGUE
ROOFING
Storm & Hail Damage
Repairs,
Re-Roofing, Tearoffs,
New Construction.
In business locally since 1981
Insured, satisfaction guaranteed.
License No. BC632183
Free estimates.
KREUSER ROOFING, Inc.
Mike: 952-492-3842
Cell: 952-412-4718
DUAL AIR INC.
GREG LAMBRECHT
Owner
27730 Naylor Avenue, New Prague
Goodman
Furnaces & Air Conditioning
Hot Water Radiant Heat
Humidifiers
Air to Air Exchange
HOUSE CLEANING TIME!
Dont forget to have
your Furnace Duct
Work Cleaned!
~ CALL GREG ~
(952) 758-5489
FREE ESTIMATES!
ELECTRIC MOTOR Sales and
repair. Stocking full line of mo-
tors. Baldor and Dayton. Ca-
pacitors, bearings and brushes.
Stasney Electric, 952-758-2546.
SHEDS PLUS just 1 mile north
of Chevrolet dealer on Red Wing
Ave., New Prague. Best sheds,
best playhouses, best price. Also
will take trade-ins. Call Bob
Pexa 952-758-2298 or 612-701-
8069.
SIMON PAINTING & Decorat-
ing. Residential and commer-
cial. Interior/ exterior. Dan 952-
465-6297 or 507-744-4292. Agri-
cultural and commercial build-
ings, high work call Adam 507-
291-0923.
SCHEFFLER ELECTRIC Inc.
We bring energy to your pro-
jects. Serving the New Prague
area over 20 years. Mark Schef-
fler, 952-758-3561. Licensed,
bonded and insured.
M.S. EXCAVATING: For all
your backhoe, dragline, septic
systems, gravel hauling and cat
needs. Call 507-744-2045 for
your free estimates.
2 warm up games
Start at 7:15 p.m.
16 regular games follow.

Knights of Columbus
New Prague Council #2023
License A-01187-001

Lunch and Refreshments Available


Smoke Free Environment
Rides will be available, for more
information please call 952-758-3924

K. of C. Hall
New Prague, MN
BINGO
Every Tuesday
Home for the
Holidays
Collision Manager
Collision shop in the south
metro is looking for an
experienced full time colli-
sion center manager. We are
a small shop and you would
be supervising 3-4 employ-
ees. The main duties of this
position include organizing
and scheduling appoint-
ments, giving estimates,
managing and ordering
supplies and processing
weekly payroll. Qualified
candidates should have
management experience
and experience with CCC
estimating systems. Prior
insurance adjusting experi-
ence is preferred. The hours
are Monday through Friday
from 7-5. We offer salary
plus commissions, 401K
and medical.
Interested candidates
please contact
Mike Shoemaker
at Wolf Motors at
(952) 492-2340 or email
mshoe777@aol.com
NURSING ASSISTANT-REGISTERED ALL SHIFTS
Call Mala Strana to see if your schedule fits into ours!
Mala Strana Health Care Center is a 90 bed skilled nursing facility,
including a 20 bed dementia unit. This unique and welcoming
health care campus has a history of long tenured employees
and high occupancy rates located in a caring, family-oriented
community.
Employment opportunities with flexible amounts of shifts available,
dependent upon applicant desire. Please refer to
www.throcompany.com under the "Thro Careers" tab
for current openings.
** New Wage Scale **
** Offering Competitive Metro Wages! **
The Thro Company offers Experience Credit, Shift Differential and
Flexible Scheduling! If youre interested in working within a team
environment youll enjoy, please complete an Online Application at
www.throcompany.com or contact:
Pat Boyle, Human Resource Director, pboyle@throcompany.com or
Elyse Sticha, Director of Nursing, esticha@throcompany.com
952.758.2511
NA/R class held in Mankato at The Thro Company. Class starts
1/7/13 - to apply on line go to www.throcompany.com and
check under Thro Careers - Nursing Assistant Program tab.
AA/EOE
New Prague Location
14/The New Prague Times/December 6, 2012
In Memoriam
Cards of Thanks
Lost & Found Happy Ads
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BARN ROOFING: barn and
quonset straightening. Kelling
Silo. 1-800-355-2598.
BEEF, CORN fed; quarters and
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3728.
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NOW OPEN! Sweet Repeats
Resale Store! Hours Thursday,
11am-5pm, Friday and Satur-
day, 10am-4pm. 213 South 1st
St., Montgomery.
WANTED TO rent tillable farm
land for 2013 and beyond. Ref-
erences available. Call Pete
Dietz, 612-221-4277, evenings.
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FARMLAND FOR sale and
wanted. Call Randy Kubes, Re-
altor at 612-599-7440.
NEW HOME - big lot in New
Prague. Walk-out, 3 car garage,
Anderson windows, custom cab-
inetry, great value $179,900.
Randy Kubes Realtor. 612-599-
7440.
SAVE MONEY, have your attic
reblown. Kadrlik Insulation,
LLC. Free estimates. Marty
952-457-2737 or Rick 952-297-
7804. Commercial & Residen-
tial.
www.kadrlikinsulation.com.
CARPET REPAIRS - installa-
tion. Including vinyl, squeaky
floors, steps. Carpet/ pad sales
available. 25+ years experience.
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CERTIFICATE OF
ASSUMED NAME
MINNESOTA
SECRETARY OF STATE
Minnesota Statutes
Chapter 333
The filing of an assumed
name does not provide a user
with exclusive rights to that
name. The filing is required for
consumer protection in order to
enable consumers to be able to
identify the true owner of a
business.
1. List the exact assumed
name under which the busi-
ness is or will be conducted.
CARQUEST of New Prague
2. Principal Place of Busi-
ness.
807 1st St. SE, New Prague,
MN 56071
3. List the name and com-
plete street address of all per-
sons conducting business
under the above Assumed
Name, OR if an entity, provide
the legal corporate, LLC, or
Limited Partnership name and
registered office address.
Lonsdale Auto Parts, Inc.
156 N Main Street, PO Box
197, Lonsdale MN 55046.
4. I, the undersigned, certify
that I am signing this docu-
ment as the person whose sig-
nature is required, or as agent
of the person(s) whose signa-
ture would be required who
has authorized me to sign this
document on his/her behalf, or
in both capacities. I further
certify that I have completed
all required fields, and that the
information in this document
is true and correct and in com-
pliance with the applicable
chapter of Minnesota Statutes.
I understand that by signing
this document, I am subject to
the penalties of perjury as set
forth in Section 609.48 as if I
had signed this document
under oath.
Date 11-2-12
/s/ Michael Kroyer
Chief Executive Officer
612-282-1185
(Published in The New
Prague Times, Thursdays,
November 29 and December 6,
2012; No. T733-12-6)
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Let Freedom Ring set for Dec. 9
Join Uncle Sam to celebrate Christmas and our nation's
history, Let Freedom Ring celebrates the joyous history of
Christmas and the founding of our nation with inspiring mu-
sical performances, dramatic reenactments and insightful
historical presentations.
Let Freedom Ring will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Sunday,
Dec. 9, at Heritage United Methodist Church, 200 E. 280th
Street, New Prague. Admission is free.
Information: www.newpragueheritage.com
Support Group Memorial Service is Dec. 11
Family and friends who have lost a loved one to suicide
are welcome to attend a Memorial Service at 7 p.m., Tues-
day, Dec. 11, at Mayo Clinic Health System (Hospital) in
New Prague. It is in the Jameen Mape Conference Room on
the lower level.
Enter through the Emergency Room doors, (southwest en-
trance). Take the southeast elevator marked "2" to the lower
level (B) and follow the signs to the Jameen Mape Confer-
ence Room.
Those attending are asked to bring a photo of their loved
one.
No registration is required and there is no fee.
Information: Sally Schmid 952-758-4735.
Golden Agers Christmas party is Dec. 11
The Lonsdale Golden Agers Christmas party is at 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Crusader Civic Center in Lonsdale.
Chicken will be served. Lunch committee is Marion Skluza-
cek and Nancy Wacker. Donations for the food shelf will be
collected.
Information: Mary (507-744-2608).
Look GoodFeel Better meets Dec. 11
Cancer can rob a woman of her energy, appetite and
strength. It doesn't have to take away her self-confidence.
Look GoodFeel Better is a free program that teaches beau-
ty techniques to female cancer patients in active treatment.
Participants will receive instructions and advice on dealing
with the temporary appearance changes of cancer treatment
and free cosmetics.
This meeting will be held from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11,
in the Solarium at Mayo Clinic Health System in New
Prague. To register or receive more information, contact
public affairs at 952-758-8956.
Czech Heritage Club hosts Christmas party
The public is welcome to attend the pot luck Christmas
Party of the Czech Heritage Club.
The event will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, in the up-
stairs meeting room of the New Prague City Hall, 118 Cen-
tral Ave N.
Prairie Quilters Christmas party is Dec. 13
The Prairie Quilters of the New Prague area will hold their
annual Christmas party 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, at City
Hall. People should bring their fat quarter gift, secret sister
gift and show and tell.
Anyone who signed up to bring a dish should bring that
too. Anyone who can't remember if they signed up, should
call Reidun at 952-758-3596.
Mayo hosts memorial service Dec. 13
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is challenging at any
time of the year, but it can be increasingly difficult during the
holiday season. In order to remember those who have died,
Mayo Clinic Health System in New Prague is hosting A
Light of Hope and Peace 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, in the
Jameen Mape Conference Center on the hospital campus.
The event features a candle lighting ceremony, live music,
a short message and a memorial name reading. A Light of
Hope and Peace is free and open to the public, and light re-
freshments will be provided. Participants are welcome to
bring pictures of loved ones they are remembering.
For more information or to register by Wednesday, Dec.
12, call 952-758-8176.
Toastmasters celebrate 20 years Dec. 13
The New Prague Toastmasters Club will celebrate its 20th
anniversary with a special meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec.
13.
The club welcomes all past members and the public to at-
tend to commemorate the event. This special meeting and
celebration will be held at the State Bank of New Prague
community meeting room.
Toastmasters is an organization dedicated to helping peo-
ple become more competent and comfortable in public
speaking situations and in developing effective leadership
skills. For more information check the website 9133.toast-
mastersclubs.org or call Carolyn at 952-873-4489.
Author talk and book signing on Dec. 13
Author Tom Melchior will relate stories of his experiences
gathering interviews and writing the book "Never Forgotten:
Stories by Scott County World War II Veterans" at 6:30 p.m.
on Thursday, Dec. 13, at the Scott County Historical Society
(SCHS). There will be a question and answer session after
the presentation and Melchior will sign books.
Melchior worked with the SCHS to create this extraordi-
nary book, interviewing more than 70 World War II veterans
to collect and preserve their stories.
The Scott County Historical Society Stans Museum is at
235 Fuller St. S, Shakopee. For more information contact
952-445-0378 or info@scottcountyhistory.org.
Meetings
The New Prague Times/December 6, 2012/15
Public Notices
Pages 14 and 15
NOTICE OF
MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFI-
CATION OF THE DEBT AND
IDENTITY OF THE ORIGI-
NAL CREDITOR WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY
THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN: That default has
occurred in the conditions of the
following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE:
June 2, 2009
ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE:
$267,500.00
MORTGAGOR(S): Luann M.
Linn and Elizabeth S. Blegen,
both single persons
MORTGAGEE: Wells Fargo
Bank, N.A.
DATE AND PLACE OF FIL-
ING: Filed June 10, 2009, Le
Sueur County Registrar of
Titles; Document No. 18892 and
memorialized on Certificate of
Title No. 12432
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORT-
GAGE: Assigned to: none
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
Lot Twenty-one (21), Block
One (1), Kluntz's Lakewood
Knoll
REGISTERED PROPERTY
STREET ADDRESS OF
PROPERTY:
46909 Cape Horn Road,
Cleveland, MN 56017-4554
COUNTY IN WHICH PROP-
ERTY IS LOCATED: Le Sueur
County, Minnesota
THE AMOUNT CLAIMED
TO BE DUE ON THE MORT-
GAGE ON THE DATE OF THE
NOTICE: $262,741.71
THAT no action or proceed-
ing has been instituted at law
to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part
thereof; that there has been
compliance with all pre-foreclo-
sure notice and acceleration
requirements of said mortgage,
and/or applicable statutes;
PURSUANT, to the power of
sale contained in said mort-
gage, the above described prop-
erty will be sold by the Sheriff
of said county as follows:
DATE AND TIME OF SALE:
January 23, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.
PLACE OF SALE: Le Sueur
County Sheriff s office, 130
South Park Avenue, Le Center,
Minnesota
to pay the debt then secured
by said mortgage and taxes, if
any actually paid by the mort-
gagee, on the premises and the
costs and disbursements
allowed by law. The time
allowed by law for redemption
by said mortgagor(s), their per-
sonal representatives or assigns
is six (6) months from the date
of sale.
Unless said mortgage is rein-
stated or the property
redeemed, or unless the time
for redemption is reduced by
judicial order, you must vacate
the premises by 11:59 p.m. on
July 23, 2013.
M O R T G A G O R ( S )
RELEASED FROM FINAN-
CIAL OBLIGATION ON
MORTGAGE: NONE
"THE TIME ALLOWED BY
LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY
THE MORTGAGOR, THE
MORTGAGORS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES OR
ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED
TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDI-
CIAL ORDER IS ENTERED
UNDER MINNESOTA
STATUTES, SECTION
582.032, DETERMINING,
AMONG OTHER THINGS,
THAT THE MORTGAGED
PREMISES ARE IMPROVED
WITH A RESIDENTIAL
DWELLING OF LESS THAN
FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROP-
ERTY USED IN AGRICUL-
TURAL PRODUCTION, AND
ARE ABANDONED."
Dated: November 28, 2012
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A.
Mortgagee
REITER & SCHILLER, P.A.
By: /s/
Rebecca F. Schiller, Esq.
Sarah J.B. Adam, Esq.
N. Kibongni Fondungallah,
Esq.
James J. Pauly, Esq.
Steven R. Pennock, Esq.
Curt N. Trisko, Esq.
Jeffrey D. Klobucar, Esq.
Attorneys for Mortgagee
25 North Dale Street
St. Paul, MN 55102-2227
(651) 209-9760
(WF2505)
THIS IS A COMMUNICA-
TION FROM A DEBT COL-
LECTOR.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
FORECLOSURE DATA
Minn. Stat. 580.025
(1) Street Address, City and
Zip Code of Mortgaged
Premises
46909 Cape Horn Road,
Cleveland, MN 56017-4554
(2) Transaction Agent
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
(3) Name of Mortgage
Originator (Lender)
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
(4) Residential Servicer
Wells Fargo (800) 868-0043
(5) Tax Parcel Identifica-
tion Number
01.650.0220
(6) Transaction Agents
Mortgage ID Number
(MERS number)
none
(Published in The New
Prague Times, Thursdays,
December 6, 13, 20, 27, January
3 and 10, 2013; No. T734-1-10)
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NOTICE OF
MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFICA-
TION OF THE DEBT AND
IDENTITY OF THE ORIGI-
NAL CREDITOR WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY
THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN: That Default has
occurred in the conditions of the
following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE:
05/23/2007
ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE:
$229,000.00
MORTGAGOR(S): Kimberly
A. Henze and Bryan Henze,
wife and husband, as joint ten-
ants
MORTGAGEE: U.S. Bank
National Association ND
DATE AND PLACE OF FIL-
ING: 06/01/2007 as Document
Number T17998 in the Office of
the County Registrar, Le Sueur
County, Minnesota
TAX PARCEL I.D. NO.:
21.530.0070
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY: Lot 7, Block 1, and
the nonexclusive right in com-
mon appurtenant to each lot in
said Block 1, to use Lot 23, in
said Block 1, Le Sueur
Townhomes Subdivision, Le
Sueur County, Minnesota
TORRENS/REGISTERED
PROPERTY: Torrens
Certificate No. 16552
STREET ADDRESS OF
PROPERTY: 121 Canterbury
Circle, Le Sueur, MN 56058
COUNTY IN WHICH PROP-
ERTY IS LOCATED: Le Sueur
LENDER OR BROKER AND
MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR:
U.S. Bank National Association
ND
RESIDENTIAL MORT-
GAGE SERVICER: U.S. Bank
National Association ND
TRANSACTION AGENT:
None
THE AMOUNT CLAIMED
TO BE DUE ON THE MORT-
GAGE AS OF THE DATE OF
THIS NOTICE: $247,872.32
THAT no action or proceed-
ing has been instituted at law
to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part
thereof; that there has been
compliance with all pre-foreclo-
sure notice and acceleration
requirements of said mortgage,
and/or applicable statutes.
Pursuant to the power of sale
contained in said Mortgage, the
Mortgage will be foreclosed,
and the mortgaged premises
will be sold by the Sheriff of Le
Sueur, Minnesota at public auc-
tion as follows:
DATE AND TIME OF SALE:
01/16/2013 at 1:00 P.M.
PLACE OF SALE: Le Sueur
Sheriff s Office, 88 South Park
Avenue Le Center, MN 56057 to
pay the debt then secured by
said mortgage and taxes, if any
actually paid by the mortgagee,
on the premises and the costs
and disbursements allowed by
law.
The time allowed by law for
redemption by said
Mortgagor(s) or Mortgagors
personal representatives or
assigns is six (6) months from
the date of sale.
TIME AND DATE TO
VACATE PROPERTY:
Minnesota Statute 580.04(b)
provides, "If the real estate is
an owner-occupied, single-fami-
ly dwelling, the notice must also
specify the date on or before
which the mortgagee must
vacate the property if the mort-
gage is not reinstated under
section 580.30 or the property
redeemed under section
580.23." If the statute applies,
the time to vacate the property
is 11:59 p.m. on 07/16/2013 or
the next business day if
07/16/2013 falls on a Saturday,
Sunday or legal holiday.
M O R T G A G O R ( S )
RELEASED FROM FINAN-
CIAL OBLIGATION ON
MORTGAGE: None
THE TIME ALLOWED BY
LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY
THE MORTGAGOR, THE
MORTGAGORS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES OR
ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED
TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDI-
CIAL ORDER IS ENTERED
UNDER MINNESOTA
STATUTES, SECTION
582.032, DETERMINING,
AMONG OTHER THINGS
THAT MORTGAGED PREMIS-
ES ARE IMPROVED WITH A
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING
OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS,
ARE NOT PROPERTY USED
IN AGRICULTURAL PRO-
DUCTION, AND ARE ABAN-
DONED.
Dated: 11/29/2012
U.S. Bank National
Association ND,
Mortgagee/Mortgage
Assignee
Dunakey & Klatt, P.C., By
Brian G. Sayer and Crystal
W. Rink, Attorneys for
Mo r t g a g e e / Mo r t g a g e
Assignee
531 Commercial Street, P.O.
Box 2363, Waterloo, IA
50701
THIS IS A COMMUNICA-
TION FROM A DEBT COL-
LECTOR ATTEMPTING TO
COLLECT A DEBT. ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED
WILL BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE.
(Published in The New
Prague Times, Thursdays,
November 29, December 6, 13,
20, 27 and January 3, 2013; No.
T731-1-3)
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NOTICE OF
MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFI-
CATION OF THE DEBT AND
IDENTITY OF THE ORIGI-
NAL CREDITOR WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY
THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN: That default has
occurred in the conditions of the
following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE:
June 30, 2009
ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE:
$236,185.00
MORTGAGOR(S): Jason L.
Heimerl and Stefanie M.
Heimerl, husband and wife
MORTGAGEE: Wells Fargo
Bank, N.A.
DATE AND PLACE OF FIL-
ING: Filed July 6, 2009, Le
Sueur County Registrar of
Titles; Document No. 18947 and
memorialized on Certificate of
Title No. 16065
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORT-
GAGE: Assigned to: none
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
Lot Fourteen (14), Block One
(1), CIC #32, Riverplace
Townhomes
REGISTERED PROPERTY
STREET ADDRESS OF
PROPERTY:
509 West Riverview Drive,
Waterville, MN 56096-1092
COUNTY IN WHICH PROP-
ERTY IS LOCATED: Le Sueur
County, Minnesota
THE AMOUNT CLAIMED
TO BE DUE ON THE MORT-
GAGE ON THE DATE OF THE
NOTICE: $230,431.01
THAT no action or proceed-
ing has been instituted at law
to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part
thereof; that there has been
compliance with all pre-foreclo-
sure notice and acceleration
requirements of said mortgage,
and/or applicable statutes;
PURSUANT, to the power of
sale contained in said mort-
gage, the above described prop-
erty will be sold by the Sheriff
of said county as follows:
DATE AND TIME OF SALE:
January 16, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.
PLACE OF SALE: Le Sueur
County Sheriff s office, 130
South Park Avenue, Le Center,
Minnesota
to pay the debt then secured
by said mortgage and taxes, if
any actually paid by the mort-
gagee, on the premises and the
costs and disbursements
allowed by law. The time
allowed by law for redemption
by said mortgagor(s), their per-
sonal representatives or assigns
is six (6) months from the date
of sale.
Unless said mortgage is rein-
stated or the property
redeemed, or unless the time
for redemption is reduced by
judicial order, you must vacate
the premises by 11:59 p.m. on
July 16, 2013.
M O R T G A G O R ( S )
RELEASED FROM FINAN-
CIAL OBLIGATION ON
MORTGAGE: NONE
"THE TIME ALLOWED BY
LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY
THE MORTGAGOR, THE
MORTGAGORS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES OR
ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED
TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDI-
CIAL ORDER IS ENTERED
UNDER MINNESOTA
STATUTES, SECTION
582.032, DETERMINING,
AMONG OTHER THINGS,
THAT THE MORTGAGED
PREMISES ARE IMPROVED
WITH A RESIDENTIAL
DWELLING OF LESS THAN
FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROP-
ERTY USED IN AGRICUL-
TURAL PRODUCTION, AND
ARE ABANDONED."
Dated: November 26, 2012
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A.
Mortgagee
REITER & SCHILLER, P.A.
By: /s/
Rebecca F. Schiller, Esq.
Sarah J.B. Adam, Esq.
N. Kibongni Fondungallah,
Esq.
James J. Pauly, Esq.
Steven R. Pennock, Esq.
Curt N. Trisko, Esq.
Jeffrey D. Klobucar, Esq.
Attorneys for Mortgagee
25 North Dale Street
St. Paul, MN 55102-2227
(651) 209-9760
(WF2730)
THIS IS A COMMUNICA-
TION FROM A DEBT COL-
LECTOR.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
FORECLOSURE DATA
Minn. Stat. 580.025
(1) Street Address, City and
Zip Code of Mortgaged
Premises
509 West Riverview Drive,
Waterville, MN 56096-1092
(2) Transaction Agent
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
(3) Name of Mortgage
Originator (Lender)
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
(4) Residential Servicer
Wells Fargo (800) 868-0043
(5) Tax Parcel Identifica-
tion Number
24.497.0140
(6) Transaction Agents
Mortgage ID Number
(MERS number)
none
(Published in The New
Prague Times, Thursdays,
November 29, December 6, 13,
20, 27 and January 3, 2013; No.
T732-1-3)
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NOTICE OF
MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFI-
CATION OF THE DEBT AND
IDENTITY OF THE ORIGI-
NAL CREDITOR WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY
THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN: That default has
occurred in the conditions of the
following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE:
December 29, 2009
ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE:
$183,000.00
MORTGAGOR(S): Lonnie G.
Schmidt and Becky N. Schmidt,
husband and wife
MORTGAGEE: Wells Fargo
Bank, N.A.
DATE AND PLACE OF FIL-
ING: Filed January 12, 2010,
Le Sueur County Registrar of
Titles; Document No. 19212 and
memorialized on Certificate of
Title No. 20336
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORT-
GAGE: Assigned to: none
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
Lot 1, Block 3, Park Knolls
Third Addition to the City of Le
Sueur
REGISTERED PROPERTY
STREET ADDRESS OF
PROPERTY:
410 South Park Lane, Le
Sueur, MN 56058-2130
COUNTY IN WHICH PROP-
ERTY IS LOCATED: Le Sueur
County, Minnesota
THE AMOUNT CLAIMED
TO BE DUE ON THE MORT-
GAGE ON THE DATE OF THE
NOTICE: $181,697.47
THAT no action or proceed-
ing has been instituted at law
to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part
thereof; that there has been
compliance with all pre-foreclo-
sure notice and acceleration
requirements of said mortgage,
and/or applicable statutes;
PURSUANT, to the power of
sale contained in said mort-
gage, the above described prop-
erty will be sold by the Sheriff
of said county as follows:
DATE AND TIME OF SALE:
January 9, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.
PLACE OF SALE: Le Sueur
County Sheriff s office, 130
South Park Avenue, Le Center,
Minnesota
to pay the debt then secured
by said mortgage and taxes, if
any actually paid by the mort-
gagee, on the premises and the
costs and disbursements
allowed by law. The time
allowed by law for redemption
by said mortgagor(s), their per-
sonal representatives or assigns
is six (6) months from the date
of sale.
Unless said mortgage is rein-
stated or the property
redeemed, or unless the time
for redemption is reduced by
judicial order, you must vacate
the premises by 11:59 p.m. on
July 9, 2013.
M O R T G A G O R ( S )
RELEASED FROM FINAN-
CIAL OBLIGATION ON
MORTGAGE: NONE
"THE TIME ALLOWED BY
LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY
THE MORTGAGOR, THE
MORTGAGORS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES OR
ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED
TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDI-
CIAL ORDER IS ENTERED
UNDER MINNESOTA
STATUTES, SECTION
582.032, DETERMINING,
AMONG OTHER THINGS,
THAT THE MORTGAGED
PREMISES ARE IMPROVED
WITH A RESIDENTIAL
DWELLING OF LESS THAN
FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROP-
ERTY USED IN AGRICUL-
TURAL PRODUCTION, AND
ARE ABANDONED."
Dated: November 1, 2012
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A.
Mortgagee
REITER & SCHILLER, P.A.
By: /s/
Rebecca F. Schiller, Esq.
Sarah J.B. Adam, Esq.
N. Kibongni Fondungallah,
Esq.
James J. Pauly, Esq.
Steven R. Pennock, Esq.
Curt N. Trisko, Esq.
Attorneys for Mortgagee
25 North Dale Street
St. Paul, MN 55102-2227
(651) 209-9760
(WF1589)
THIS IS A COMMUNICA-
TION FROM A DEBT COL-
LECTOR.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
FORECLOSURE DATA
Minn. Stat. 580.025
(1) Street Address, City and
Zip Code of Mortgaged
Premises
410 South Park Lane, Le
Sueur, MN 56058-2130
(2) Transaction Agent
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
(3) Name of Mortgage
Originator (Lender)
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
(4) Residential Servicer
Wells Fargo (800)416-1472
(5) Tax Parcel Identifica-
tion Number
21.563.0190
(6) Transaction Agents
Mortgage ID Number
(MERS number)
none
(Published in The New
Prague Times, Thursdays,
November 8, 15, 22, 29,
December 6 and 13, 2012; No.
T724-12-13)
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NOTICE OF
MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFI-
CATION OF THE DEBT AND
IDENTITY OF THE ORIGI-
NAL CREDITOR WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY
THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN: That default has
occurred in the conditions of the
following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE:
December 29, 2006
ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE:
$199,500.00
MORTGAGOR(S): Patrick J.
Toth and Anna M. Toth, hus-
band and wife
MORTGAGEE: Wells Fargo
Bank, N.A.
DATE AND PLACE OF FIL-
ING: Filed December 29, 2006,
Le Sueur County Recorder;
Document No. 345148
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORT-
GAGE: Assigned to: none
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
Lot 5, Block 1, The Preserve
Phase 1
STREET ADDRESS OF
PROPERTY:
517 Deer Trail, Montgomery,
MN 56069-1436
COUNTY IN WHICH PROP-
ERTY IS LOCATED: Le Sueur
County, Minnesota
THE AMOUNT CLAIMED
TO BE DUE ON THE MORT-
GAGE ON THE DATE OF THE
NOTICE: $194,652.30
THAT no action or proceed-
ing has been instituted at law
to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part
thereof; that there has been
compliance with all pre-foreclo-
sure notice and acceleration
requirements of said mortgage,
and/or applicable statutes;
PURSUANT, to the power of
sale contained in said mort-
gage, the above described prop-
erty will be sold by the Sheriff
of said county as follows:
DATE AND TIME OF SALE:
January 9, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.
PLACE OF SALE: Le Sueur
County Sheriff s office, 130
South Park Avenue, Le Center,
Minnesota
to pay the debt then secured
by said mortgage and taxes, if
any actually paid by the mort-
gagee, on the premises and the
costs and disbursements
allowed by law. The time
allowed by law for redemption
by said mortgagor(s), their per-
sonal representatives or assigns
is six (6) months from the date
of sale.
Unless said mortgage is rein-
stated or the property
redeemed, or unless the time
for redemption is reduced by
judicial order, you must vacate
the premises by 11:59 p.m. on
July 9, 2013.
M O R T G A G O R ( S )
RELEASED FROM FINAN-
CIAL OBLIGATION ON
MORTGAGE: NONE
"THE TIME ALLOWED BY
LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY
THE MORTGAGOR, THE
MORTGAGORS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES OR
ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED
TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDI-
CIAL ORDER IS ENTERED
UNDER MINNESOTA
STATUTES, SECTION
582.032, DETERMINING,
AMONG OTHER THINGS,
THAT THE MORTGAGED
PREMISES ARE IMPROVED
WITH A RESIDENTIAL
DWELLING OF LESS THAN
FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROP-
ERTY USED IN AGRICUL-
TURAL PRODUCTION, AND
ARE ABANDONED."
Dated: November 7, 2012
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A.
Mortgagee
REITER & SCHILLER, P.A.
By: /s/
Rebecca F. Schiller, Esq.
Sarah J.B. Adam, Esq.
N. Kibongni Fondungallah,
Esq.
James J. Pauly, Esq.
Steven R. Pennock, Esq.
Curt N. Trisko, Esq.
Jeffrey D. Klobucar, Esq.
Attorneys for Mortgagee
25 North Dale Street
St. Paul, MN 55102-2227
(651) 209-9760
(WF1861)
THIS IS A COMMUNICA-
TION FROM A DEBT COL-
LECTOR.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
FORECLOSURE DATA
Minn. Stat. 580.025
(1) Street Address, City and
Zip Code of Mortgaged
Premises
517 Deer Trail, Montgomery,
MN 56069-1436
(2) Transaction Agent
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
(3) Name of Mortgage
Originator (Lender)
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
(4) Residential Servicer
Wells Fargo (800)416-1472
(5) Tax Parcel Identifica-
tion Number
22.721.0050
(6) Transaction Agents
Mortgage ID Number
(MERS number)
none
(Published in The New
Prague Times, Thursdays,
November 15, 22, 29, December
6, 13 and 20, 2012; No. T726-12-
20)
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NOTICE OF
MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFI-
CATION OF THE DEBT AND
IDENTITY OF THE ORIGI-
NAL CREDITOR WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY
THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN: That default has
occurred in the conditions of the
following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE:
December 13, 2007
ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE:
$124,151.34
MORTGAGOR(S): Yvonne
M. Kobreek, single
MORTGAGEE: Household
Industrial Finance Company, a
Minnesota corporation
DATE AND PLACE OF FIL-
ING: Filed February 26, 2008,
Le Sueur County Recorder;
Document No. 353803
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORT-
GAGE: Assigned to: None
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY:
Lot 6, and the north Two and
One-half feet of Lot 5 in Block 3
in the Town of Le Sueur Center,
now City of Le Center,
Minnesota
STREET ADDRESS OF
PROPERTY:
124 North Waterville Avenue,
Le Center, MN 56057
COUNTY IN WHICH PROP-
ERTY IS LOCATED: Le Sueur
County, Minnesota
THE AMOUNT CLAIMED
TO BE DUE ON THE MORT-
GAGE ON THE DATE OF THE
NOTICE: $151,251.65
THAT no action or proceed-
ing has been instituted at law
to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part
thereof; that there has been
compliance with all pre-foreclo-
sure notice and acceleration
requirements of said mortgage,
and/or applicable statutes;
PURSUANT, to the power of
sale contained in said mort-
gage, the above described prop-
erty will be sold by the Sheriff
of said county as follows:
DATE AND TIME OF SALE:
January 9, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.
PLACE OF SALE: Le Sueur
County Sheriff s office, 130
South Park Avenue, Le Center,
Minnesota
to pay the debt then secured
by said mortgage and taxes, if
any actually paid by the mort-
gagee, on the premises and the
costs and disbursements
allowed by law. The time
allowed by law for redemption
by said mortgagor(s), their per-
sonal representatives or assigns
is six (6) months from the date
of sale.
Unless said mortgage is rein-
stated or the property
redeemed, or unless the time
for redemption is reduced by
judicial order, you must vacate
the premises by 11:59 p.m. on
July 9, 2013.
M O R T G A G O R ( S )
RELEASED FROM FINAN-
CIAL OBLIGATION ON
MORTGAGE: NONE
"THE TIME ALLOWED BY
LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY
THE MORTGAGOR, THE
MORTGAGORS PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES OR
ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED
TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDI-
CIAL ORDER IS ENTERED
UNDER MINNESOTA
STATUTES, SECTION
582.032, DETERMINING,
AMONG OTHER THINGS,
THAT THE MORTGAGED
PREMISES ARE IMPROVED
WITH A RESIDENTIAL
DWELLING OF LESS THAN
FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROP-
ERTY USED IN AGRICUL-
TURAL PRODUCTION, AND
ARE ABANDONED."
Dated: November 8, 2012
HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRI-
AL FINANCE COMPANY
Mortgagee
REITER & SCHILLER, P.A.
By: /s/
Rebecca F. Schiller, Esq.
Sarah J.B. Adam, Esq.
N. Kibongni Fondungallah,
Esq.
James J. Pauly, Esq.
Steven R. Pennock, Esq.
Curt N. Trisko, Esq.
Jeffrey D. Klobucar, Esq.
Attorneys for Mortgagee
25 North Dale Street
St. Paul, MN 55102-2227
(651) 209-9760
(G2621)
THIS IS A COMMUNICA-
TION FROM A DEBT COL-
LECTOR.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
FORECLOSURE DATA
Minn. Stat. 580.025
(1) Street Address, City and
Zip Code of Mortgaged
Premises
124 North Waterville
Avenue, Le Center, MN 56057
(2) Transaction Agent
Household Industrial
Finance Company, a Minnesota
corporation
(3) Name of Mortgage
Originator (Lender)
Household Industrial
Finance Company, a Minnesota
corporation
(4) Residential Servicer
HSBC-800-333-5848
(5) Tax Parcel Identifica-
tion Number
20-470-0110
(6) Transaction Agents
Mortgage ID Number
(MERS number)
N/A
(Published in The New
Prague Times, Thursdays,
November 15, 22, 29, December
6, 13 and 20, 2012; No. T728-12-
20)
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Public Notices can be read online at newpraguetimes.com
16/The New Prague Times/December 6, 2012
BEST WISHES
to the Parents of the
NEW YEAR BABY!
Our Gift is a
$10.00 Gift Certificate.
By Patrick Fisher
Staff Writer
A year of preparations re-
sulted in positive reviews for
choirs that formed the Distin-
guished Concerts Singers In-
ternational. Hymnus, based
in New Prague, was among
those choirs that created the
mass ensemble that per-
formed at Lincoln Centers
Avery Fisher Hall on Sunday,
Nov. 25.
Hymnus, with choirs from
across the country, including
New York, Montana, Con-
necticut, Hawaii and Wash-
ington D.C., were extended
invitations to sing at the New
York City landmark. The
choir of 208 people of vari-
ous ages sang George
Friederic Handels "Messi-
ah." Distinguished Concerts
International New York City
organized the event.
"I was extremely happy
with how the Hymnus mem-
bers performed during the
trip to New York," said Rush
Wagner, director of the choir.
More than 20 members par-
ticipated in the event, the
youngest having just turned
11. The group flew out of the
Twin Cities on the afternoon
of Thanksgiving.
Hymnus stayed at the Hol-
iday Inn Midtown and re-
hearsals at the Park Central
Hotel were just a 10-minute
walk away. Mary Zard, choir
administrator for Hymnus,
said Park Central Hotel was
across from Carnegie Hall.
"The choir members exem-
plified professionalism dur-
ing rehearsals; something
which was noted by other
choristers and directors
alike," said Wagner. He also
thought it was nice at how
prepared Hymnus was.
"I was very proud of every
Hymnus members especially
the children," said Zard.
She noted that other land-
marks such as Times Square,
Rockefeller Center and Cen-
tral Park were nearby. Hym-
nus members didnt think
they would have time for
sight seeing due to the long
rehearsals, but they were able
to sneak some in.
While Wagner didnt per-
form with the choir, he did at-
tend the rehearsals and the
performance. During the re-
hearsals he took notes on the
styles of Dr. Jonathan Grif-
fith, Artistic Director and
Principal Conductor of Dis-
tinguished Concerts Interna-
tional New York City.
There were various groups
that did reviews, from blog-
gers to a critic from the New
York Times, who said, "The
chorus handled some of
the works most involved
passages confidently and
produced a ravishing sound
at climaxes."
"The reviews for the en-
semble en-mass have been
very complimentary, and in
my opinion, this is well de-
served," said Wagner.
"It was great weather while
we were there and the entire
trip was wonderful," said
Zard.
"I am very proud of (Hym-
nus) efforts up to and includ-
ing the entire New York trip,"
said Wagner.
Next up, Hymnus will be
caroling at the Guthrie The-
atre in Minneapolis on Satur-
day, Dec. 15, before the
Guthries production of "A
Christmas Carol." Then
Hymnus will focus on the
Verdi Requiem for its Febru-
ary concert with the Dakota
Valley Symphony.
Hymnus New York trip was a great experience
Submitted Photo
Members of Hymnus, the New Prague area based choir, pause in front of the Lincoln
Center in New York City before its Sunday, Nov. 25, concert. Hymnus was part of a
mass choir that sang George Friederic Handels "Messiah" at the New York landmark.
The New Prague Times/December 6, 2012/17
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*Sale Prices do not include Tax, Title and License Fees.
All offers are subject to prior sale.
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only an estimate of Tax, Title and License Fees.
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**
S l Pri d S l P i d
$
241
**
$
190
** $
384
*
Sale Priced: S l Pri d
$
208
**
$
349
**
$
208
** $
296
**
S l Pri d S l P i d
$
295
**
$
544
** $
223
** $
216
**
Sale Priced: S l P i d
$
309
**
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Super
Clean, Tons
of Options,
Great Fuel
Economy &
Great Ride!
18k miles
Tons of
Factory
Warranty,
15k miles
Loaded
w/ Extras,
Remote Starter,
Pwr Seat,
Great Fuel
Economy!
17k miles
Super Low
Miles,
Great
Condition,
Tons of
Warranty!
15k miles
Hard to
Find,
Super
Condition
& Very Low
Miles! 11k
miles
Great
Ride, Tons
of Space
& Huge
Savings!
19k miles
Great Car,
Great Ride,
Great Fuel
Economy!
Local
Trade,
Super
Clean,
Leather
Seats!
Super
Clean, 1
Owner, Lo-
cal Trade,
Must See!
47k miles
Great
Truck,
Looks
Amazing,
Nice
Payments!
65k miles
Save!
Save!
Save!!
Tons of
Extras!
29k miles
1 Owner,
Local
Trade,
Super
Clean &
Very Well
Maintained
Great
Local
Trade,
Under
100k miles,
Very Nice
& Clean
Htd Lthr
Seats,
Steering
Wheel
Radio
Controls!
60k miles
Local
Trade,
Tons of
Space &
3rd Row
Seating!
Low Miles,
Local
Trade,
Super
Clean &
Looks
Fantastic!
Super
Clean, Lo-
cal Trade,
Must See,
You wont
nd a
nicer one!
Great Van,
Tons of
Space for
Everyone
& All the
Gear! 30k
miles
Perfect
Work Van,
Tons of Stor-
age, Save
Thousands
& Only 14k
miles
Htd Lthr
Seats,
Remote
Starter, Tons
of Factory
Warranty,
13k miles
Great Fuel
Economy,
Awesome
Ride &
Super
Depend-
able!
Great Sport
Utility,
Loaded w/
Luxury &
Very hard
to nd! 33k
miles
Tons of
Extras, Htd
Lthr Seats,
Looks
Fantastic
& Only 38k
miles!
Great
Sport
Utility,
Tons of
Space,
65k miles
Ultra Low
Miles,
Great
Conditions,
Must See!
10k miles
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LS
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT 07 BUICK LA CROSSE CX 07 CHEVY EQUINOX 06 CHEVY MONTE CARLO LT 09 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW CAB 1500
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LS 07 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT 05 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT 05 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW CAB LT 04 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER EXT
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LTZ 10 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 05 DODGE DAKOTA EXT CAB SLT 12 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN 11 FORD E250 CARGO VAN
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LTZ 08 HONDA CIVIC LX 10 LEXUS RX350 10 SATURN VUE 09 SATURN VUE
12 CHEVROLET IMPALA LTZ
12 BUICK ENCLAVE PREMIUM 09 BUICK ENCLAVE CXL 11 BUICK LUCERNE CXL 08 BUICK LUCERNE CXL
12 BUICK LA CROSSE 12 BUICK LA CROSSE 11 CHEVY CAMARO CONVERTIBLE 2SS 12 CHEVY CAPTIVA SPORT LS
12 CHEVY CAPTIVA SPORT LTZ 12 CHEVY CAPTIVA SPORT LS 12 CHEVY CAPTIVA SPORT LT 12 CHEVY COBALT LT
12 CHEVY CRUZE LT 12 CHEVY CRUZE LTZ 12 CHEVY CRUZE LTZ 10 CHEVY EQUINOX LT FWD
12 CHEVY MALIBU LT 08 CHEVY SILVERADO EXT CAB LT 10 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW CAB LTZ 12 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT
11 GMC SIERRA 1500 SLT 12 GMC YUKON XL 12 CHEVY TAHOE LT 12 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT

P0
Sale Priced:
$13,995
*
2012
CHEVY IMPALAS
STARTING AS LOW
AS $13,995*
2012 LTZ
IMPALAS STARTING
AT $17,995*
Sale Priced:
$
9,995
*
Sale Priced:
$
14,995
*
Sale Priced:
$
18,995
*
Sale Priced:
$
11,995
*
Sale Priced:
$
15,995
*
Sale Priced:
$
17,337
*
Sale Priced:
$
8,995
*
08 SATURN VUE
P04A
Sale Priced:
$13,995
*
$
208
**
Payments as low as: Local Trade,
Super
Clean, Must
See, Only
48k miles
TT852 Super
Clean, Htd
Lthr Seats,
Local
Trade!
07 TOYOTA RAV-4
Sale Priced:
$
13,995
*
P8Z4 Under
100,000
miles,
Must See,
Great
Sport
Utility!
06 TOYOTA RAV-4
Sale Priced:
$
12,995
*
Drop off any new & unwrapped childrens toy between Dec. 1
st
& Dec. 17
th
and enter to win a new set of tires! s!
2012 CHEVROLET SILVERADO
1500 CREW CAB
2012 BUICK ENCLAVE
2012 CHEVROLET CRUZE
2012 CHEVROLET SILVERADO
REG CAB 4X4
MSRP: $17,925
Saxe Discount: -$1,114
Consumer Cash: -$500
Bonus Cash: -$500
Sale Price:
$
15,811
*
Huge Fuel Economy, Tons of Standard
Features and Top Notch Warranty!
MSRP: $38,415
Consumer Cash: -$3,000
Saxe Discount: -$2,439
PDU All Star Incremental Disc.: -$1,000
Trade In Bonus: -$1,000
Bonus Cash: -$1,000
Sale Price:
$
29,976
*
MSRP: $41,750
Saxe Discount: -$2,846
Consumer Cash: -$2,000
Sale Price:
$
36,904
*
Heated Leather Seats, Trailering
Package, 2nd Row Captains Chairs
and World Class Ride
MSRP: $27,630
Saxe Discount: -$2,135
Consumer Cash: -$1,500
Trade In Bonus: -$1,000
Sale Price:
$
22,995
*
TT823
34T48
TT8Z
2T2
2013 Silverado 4x4 Models
starting at $22,995*
4-Wheel-Drive, Dual Zone Air Condition,
Keyless Entry and Towing Package!
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