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O" Thursday, January 24, 2013 inn. Lois Haag, 78 Lois Haag of Cold Spring died peacefully at her home Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, surrounded by loved ones. She was 78. Funeral services celebrat- ing her life will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 25, at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Cold Spring. Visitation for family and friends will be 5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Cold Spring, with a prayer service at 8 p.m. Lois Mae Haag was born Nov. 29, 1934, to Wenzel and Eliz- abeth (Cady) Koenig in Morgan, Minn. She married Reuben Haag Oct. 6, 1950, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Eden Valley. Together they raised five children and have been blessed by many grandchil- dren. Lois enjoyed gardening and spending time with her family. Lois was preceded in death by her parents Wenzel and Elizabeth Koenig; Her husband Reuben in 2004; and 11 siblings. She is survived by her children Janet, David (and Jeanne), Randy (and Mary), Greg (and Pam), and Kevin; nine grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; her sis- ters Ruth, Gerri, Sharon; and her brother Wenzel. Arrangements were made with Miller-Carlin Funeral Home, St. Cloud. They were just 'Rural Folks' This poem was written for and dedicated to George and Cathy Schmit of Eden Valley By Bob Beskar (son-in-law) Theywent to meet the Lord: Dad 1/23/03 * Mom 1/28/05 Once again this time of year Brings to us a special tear! But they still live within our heart And give us strength though we're apart! Mom and Dad had roots to the earth And loved the land from early birth! The work was hard and the hours long But it made them tough and very strong! They didn't complain like folks do now If they didn't know; they just asked how? They loved to garden and ate what they grew And tried to pass on what they knew, too! When Sunday came, it was time to rest And go to church in their very best! Life was a challenge just like today But Mom and Dad would find a way They fed us kids, and provided our needs And worked for survival and not for greed! That's how we remember our Mom and Dad They were the best, and we're so glad! They taught us well and to carry on For the short term then, and years beyond! God Bless them both, for we miss them a lot Assumption Church Mass schedule Marriage Encounter Weekends Rabbi to speak at St. John's Starting the weekend of Jan. 26 and 27, Masses will be back to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday. Fr. Virgil Braun has resigned from his duties as pastor, and is now retired. Assigned as presiding pastor is Fr. Jerome Naduvathaniyil from St. John's. Breakfast at Holy Cross School Feb. 3 Holy Cross Parish of Pearl Lake (Marty) is having their Catho- lic United Financial matching grant breakfast from 8:30 - noon Sunday, Feb 3, at the Holy Cross Catholic School. They will serve omelets, Knaus sausage, potatoes and more. Adults $7, children 5-12 $5. Children under 5 are flee. There's also a silent auction, quilt raffle and bake sale. We will also be selling the $5 Cath- olic School Raffle tickets on site. For more information, please call (320) 398-7885. Give your spouse a gift that will last your lifetime. Give your spouse a weekend of love. Give them a Marriage Encounter Week- end. Marriage Encounter Weekends enrich relationships. They help with communication, commu- nication that provides a special spark to your marriage. Attend the Feb. 9-10, or April 6-7 weekends coming up in the year 2013. Please call (320) 252-3220, for further information, or on the web at: http://stcloudme.org. Living with Parkinson's under age 60 If you or anyone you know is 60 or under and has been diag- nosed with Parkinson's Disease, you are welcome to join a newly forming group. We will be meeting the second Tuesday of each month from 6-7:30 p.m. at Saron Lutheran Church in Big Lake, Minn. Spe- cific topics will be scheduled along with open forum. Caregiv- ers welcome! No Children please. Any questions, please call Camille Johnson at (763) 350-7401. Pioneer Public Television is proud to premiere the next epi- sode of Postcards at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27 with "History of Sonshine Music Festival". This episode chronicles more than 30 years of the Sonshine Music Festival, held annually in Willmar, Minn. We'll talk with the original founders about the chal- lenges and surprises throughout the years at Sonshine, which has become one of the most popular Christian music festivals in the nation. Then we'll hear from the volunteers, bands, and people that 'History of Sonshine' to air Jan. 27 Minnesota, northwestern Iowa, and eastern South Dakota. Pioneer can be viewed on KWCM Channel 10-Appleton, KSMN Channel 20- Worthington and UHF Channel 49-Fergus Falls. To find your local Pioneer channel, check with your cable TV provider. For more infor- mation about Pioneer Public Tele- vision, go to www. pioneer.org. about everyday peacemaking Local knitting still flock to this family-friendly gathering to festival every summer. This new episode of Postcards begin Feb. 6 airs at 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, with rebroadcasts on Monday at Knitters have an opportunity to ciliation, particularly in connec- 1:30 p.m. and Thursday at 7 p.m. knit, learn, and share at the Eden tion with the Israeli-Palestinian on Pioneer. Valley Area Library. Community conflict, lecturing and writing on The 20 local productions of members can join together the this topic as well as on the art of Postcards at Pioneer Public Tele- first Wednesday of every month compassionate listening, healing, vision capture the stories about from 12 noon until 3 p.m. in a and spiritual direction. She is at Minnesota art, history and cul- sunny, comfortable library loca- work on a book titled From Enemy tural heritage, with funding pro- tion, and work on knitting, cro- to Friend: The Sacred Practice of vided by the Minnesota Arts and cheting and spinning projects. Jewish Peacemaking. Cultural Heritage Fund. Beginners are welcome to learn to Pioneer Public Television is knit an easy, cotton dishrag. For Rabbi Amy Eilberg will pres- ent the lecture "From Enemy to Friend: Jewish Reflections on Everyday Peacemaking" at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, in Quad 264 at St. John's University. The lecture is sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning in collaboration with the College of St. Benedict and St. John's University departments of peace studies and theology. It is free and open to the public. Drawing on Judaism's rich body of sacred texts about peace and peacemaking, Eilberg will explore why conflict arises among individuals and groups, wh,~t con- tributes to the resolution of con- flict and how each of us can serve the cause of peace. Eilberg will be rabbi-in-resi- dence with the Jay Phillips Cen- ter, a joint enterprise of St. John's University and the University of St. Thomas, from Feb. 4-15. In 1985, Eilberg became the first women ordained as a rabbi in Judaism's Conservative Move- ment. A co-founder of the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center, where she directed the Jewish Hospice Care Program, and a founding co- director of the Yedidya Center for Jewish Spiritual Direction, she is nationally known as a leader of the Jewish healing movement and in the field of Jewish spiritual direc- tion. From 2007-11, Eilberg served as coordinator of the Jay Phillips Center's Interfaith Conversations Project, fostering interfaith learn- ing and friendship among Chris- tians, Jews and Muslims in the Twin Cities area. Currently, she is the center's special consultant for interfaith conversation. She also works with Jewish Council on Public Affairs on its Civility Cam- paign and serves on the Interna- tional Jewish Committee for Inter- religious Consultations. Eilberg is also deeply engaged in the work of peace and recon- For what they gave could never be bought! a viewer-supported educational more information, contact Sandy television station covering more at dsmillerbernd@gmail.com, or than 45 rural counties in western call (320) 237-6015. [ Kimba'll Area [Emergency ] [Food She ! } month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. 5 ,] tel. (320)398-2211 LPN/RN services available ,For after-hours emergencies, 24 hours per day [ call one of the area churches. www.dingmannfuneral.c0m Check daily for new stories at (obituaries are posted as we receive them) www.tricounty news.MN House of Kimball Assisted Living at its Finest n: Jo' 398.8643