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Terry Sexton
Terry Sexton, son of Margaret (Trankner) and Howard Sexton, was born at home during a blizzard on March 11, 1941 in Osage, MN. A good friend and neighbor volunteered as midwife until the doctor arrived. Doc Higgs had difficulty getting to the farm on time and was greeted by a healthy baby boy. Margaret and Howard never had another child. Terry frequently said, “I owe my mom and dad.

They just had me.” He loved being an only child or just never noticed as he had such wonderful best friends in the neighborhood and cousins that came to visit and play. Terry felt that he had lived an idyllic life both at home on the farm with his parents and in his community. He expressed that while he was recently in the hospital trying to overcome several health conditions, the greatest of which was mantle cell lymphoma.
Sunday, August, 18, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Terry D. Kooren
April 2, 1954 - June 27, 2013

HAWLEY, Minn. - Terry D. Kooren, 59, Moorhead, Minn., died Thursday in his brother's home.
Saturday, June, 29, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Terry S. Aronson
Dec. 4, 2013

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Terry S. Aronson, 71, rural Devils Lake, N.D., died Wednesday.
Saturday, December, 07, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Terrence Dayle (Terry) Cusick
Born in Fargo to R.D. (Doug) and Lois (Wiseman) Cusick. Terry attended Carl Ben Eielson, Agassiz and Fargo South High. He worked in construction in CO with his uncle and cousin following high school. Terry received his AS degree from NDSCS in Auto Parts Management. He managed parts departments at Ford dealerships in Hawley, Jamestown, Park Rapids and Kenosha.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, parents, brother M.Timm Cusick, nephew Tyler Cusick.
Saturday, December, 28, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Terry D. Kooren
Beard cheese soup, a love for family, a zest for life and laughter are things Terry Dean Kooren was known for. Terry was born on April 2, 1954 in Dickinson, ND to Ramona and Henry Kooren. He had a great deal of friends and seemed to know someone where ever he went. He made sure that his family always had known they were loved and looked out for.

Terry passed away on Thursday June 27th in Hawley MN. Since he was an avid fisherman he was blessed to spend his last days at his beloved lakes surrounded by his family. He is survived by his mother Ramona Kooren. His brothers Dennis, Jeff and Greg. His children, Heather, Kyle, Chris and Angela. He is also survived by four beautiful grandchildren and numerous other friends and family.
Sunday, June, 30, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Terry Lee Klug
Terry Lee Klug, 67, died Thursday December 5, 2013 in his home.

Terry was born November 24, 1946 to Gloria and Francis Klug, in Fargo, ND. He served in the Unitied States Army during Viet Nam. After returning home to Cody Wyoming he worked for K&K Treater Service. He met and married Jeanne Cook and move back to Moorhead, MN. and earned a degree in auto mechanic from Moorhead Technical College. He later worked for Anderson Pontiac, NDSU, and Goldmark Properties.
Wednesday, December, 11, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Terry James Rosendahl
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Terry James Rosendahl, a 62 year-old beloved member of our community passed over suddenly on the 1st day of spring, March 21st, 2014. A man who was in top physical condition was doing what he loved; running in Ragle Park in Sebastopol on a beautiful spring afternoon.
Wednesday, March, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Kovels: Children’s toys reflect times
Children’s toys often tell us how times have changed. Canada stopped making pennies last year, so saving money a penny at a time will soon be a problem in Canada. The United States also may stop making pennies, since the cost of the copper in a single coin is more than one cent.
Friday, May, 17, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Kovels: Past political memorabilia can be misread
Political slogans and pictures from the past can sometimes be confusing because modern times suggest a different meaning.
Friday, June, 14, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Kovel: Bedside toilets a necessity in days past
A small table next to the bed is necessary today to hold a lamp, cellphone, clock and perhaps a book, eyeglasses and tissues. But in past centuries the table might have held a candlestick with a handle to carry to the bedroom for light.
Friday, July, 19, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Kovel: The many reasons for wearing jewelry
Jewelry has been worn for centuries as “totems,” religious or good luck pieces, or just to add beauty and color to an outfit.
Friday, July, 26, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Kovel: Dolls by Lenci remain popular with collectors
Lenci is a famous name among doll collectors. Lenci dolls were first made by Elena Konig Scavini (1886-1974). She ran away from home when she was 14 and joined a circus. A few years later, she started making dolls.
Friday, August, 09, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Kovel: The many uses of dual-purpose furniture can inspire new designs
Some old pieces of dual-purpose furniture are so useful they should inspire new designs. One such famous design is a convertible “desk and chair” originally designed by Stephen Hedges of New York City in about 1854.
Friday, August, 16, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Kovel's Antiques: Shoe, foot items still favored by many collectors
A realistic replica of a full-size foot in a sandal seems like a strange choice of ornament for the average home. But feet and shoes have been popular ornaments for centuries.
Friday, August, 23, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Kovel's Antiques: Ice stands often more ornamental than functional
A Minton majolica centerpiece was auctioned in May 2013 as an “ice stand.” Minton & Polson was established in 1793 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England.
Friday, August, 30, 2013 - INFORUM - None

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Kovels: ‘Fantasy’ book spawned new furniture style
About 20 years ago, two antiques experts wrote a book titled “Fantasy Furniture.” It spawned a new style based on past ones. Pedestals shaped like blackamoors, chairs with seats that look like huge shells, Victorian furniture that seems to be made from plumbing pipes, and carved wooden chairs and tables that have full-size carved bears holding up tabletops or climbing on chair backs were pictured in the book.
Friday, September, 06, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Kovel's Antiques: Autumn colors source of art inspiration
The first day of autumn this year was Sept. 22. It is the day of the autumnal equinox, a term based on the journey of Earth around the sun. On that day, day and night are each almost 12 hours long. It marks the days when air cools in the north and leaves on trees begin to change colors. Artists for centuries have pictured colorful fall landscapes. Cameo glass artists often carved decorations from layers of glass made in the fall seasonal colors of orange and red.
Friday, September, 27, 2013 - INFORUM - None

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Terry’s hat trick helps send Gophers to Women’s Frozen Four
MINNEAPOLIS – Kelly Terry was looking to get off the ice at the end of a first-period shift. She wasn’t looking to score as she flipped the puck on net. She scored anyway.
Sunday, March, 16, 2014 - INFORUM - Sports

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Kovel: Ferock vase made for UND from ND clay
Ferock is a name that appears on art pottery, but is not well-known. In 2012, a vase marked “Ferock” was sold at a Humler & Nolan auction in Cincinnati for $2,760. The auction house and a few collectors knew who made it and how rare it is.
Friday, August, 02, 2013 - INFORUM - None

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Kovels: Canes range from amusing to threatening
The first cane probably was just a strong stick, but by the 19th century, a cane was a fashion accessory and sometimes hid a tool. The heads of canes were made of wood, ivory, gold or silver, leather, pewter or porcelain, sometimes with inlay and precious gems.
Friday, September, 13, 2013 - INFORUM - None

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