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P 6 " Thursday, April 4, 2013 Obituaries I Lola Heinrichs, 97 Lola Heinrichs of Litchfield, formerly of Watkins, died Sunday, March 31, 2013, at the Emmanuel Home in Litchfield. She was 97. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 5, at St. Amhony Catholic Church in Watkins with Fr. John Brunner and Fr. Richard Gross officiating. Friends may call o.ne hour prior to services at the church on Friday. Inurnment will be in the St. Anthony Cemetery. Lola Heinrichs was born July 18, 1915, in Litchfield to George and Emma (Wheeler) Adams. She was united in marriage to A1 Heinrichs in 1935. Together they farmed near Watkins for many years. AI died in 1971. Lola was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church in Watkins, and was formerly active with the Council of Catho- lic Women. Her hobbies included bowling, bingo, playingcards, and she especially enjoyed visiting with people. Lola had been a res- ident at the Emmanuel Home in Litchfield for the past 10 years. Lola was preceded in death by her parents; husband A1; son-in- law Tom Augustine; one brother and two sisters. She is survived by her daugh- ter Emma Augustine of Blaine; son and daughter-in-law Don (and Sandy) Heinrichs of Litchfield; six grandchildren; 14 great-grand- children; and nine great-great grandchildren. Arrangements were by Ertl Funeral Home in Watkins. Ella Leanhart, 87 Ella Leanhart died Tuesday, March 26, 2013, at her Clearwater home. She was 87. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 30, at Con- cordia Lutheran Church in Fair Haven with Rev. Timothy Nerud officiating. Friends Called from 4-8 p.m. Friday at the Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel in Annandale, and one hour prior to services at the church. Burial followed at Concor- dia Lutheran Cemetery. Ella Elsa Leanhart was born Sept. 26, 1925, in Fair Haven Township, Stearns County, to Henry and Elsa (Schwartz) Gehrke. She was baptized, instructed in the Lutheran faith, and confirmed Dec. 7, 1941, at maker. She enjoyed her garden, and time spent with her family. and friends. Ella was preceded in death by her parents, husband, brothers Alfred and Vern Gehrke, and sister Leona Rose. She is survived by ctrildren Carol (and Emery) Schmidt of Fair Haven, Brenda Lean- hart (and Mike Stewart) of Bel- mont, Calif., Marvin Leanhart of St. Cloud; two grandchildren Robin (and Bob) Stein of Kim- ball, and Ryan Tadych of Clear- water; four great-grandchildren Natalie and Zachary Stein, Billy and Emily Tadych; sisters-Erma Beck of Clear Lake, and Dorothy (and Walter) Burton of Rice. Concordia Lutheran Church The pallbearers were Leroy St. CloudHospital where she was a life-long member. Rose, Bill Beck, Allen Fahsl, Alfred She married Wendell J. Leanhart Gehrke Jr., Leon Gehrke, and Lal- HICU celebrates July 14, 1948, at Perry, Iowa; he pre- and Gehrke. The organist was ceded her in death Feb. 28, 2000. Lynn Hoff. Arrangements were 25 years She worked at T & O Plastics in by Dingmann Funeral Care of Clearwater, and she was a home- Annandale. Celebrate a quarter century of outstanding care for the tiniest and sickest of infants at our NICU reunion from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Blanche Orth, 91 Blanche Orth of Pearl Lake died Saturday, March 30, - 2013, at Lakeview Gardens in Kim- ball, after courageously batting cancer four times. She was 91. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 12 noon Thursday, April 4, at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Marty/Pearl Lake with Rev. Mark Ostendorf and Rev. Ralph Zimmer- man as con-celebrants. Visitation will begin at 9:30 a.m. Thursdal at the church. Burial will be in the par- ish cemetery. Blanche Mary Otth was born July 11, 1921, in Waite Park to the late Frank and Lena (Thole) Wey- rauch. She married Fred Orth July 31, 1948, at St. Anthony's Cath- olic Church in St. Cloud and lived in St. Cloud unti 1971, then moved to Marry/Pearl Lake. She worked at Uncle Henry's Bar in the 1940s, and later at Don- ovan's Sausage House, Kay's CafO, and many people will remember her as the Avon lady. Blanche loved to go to the casinos and made many fun trips with her nephew Mar- vin Duncan and his wife Mary. She also enjoyed playing cards, was an excellent cook, and loved to enter- tain (helping cook at Lakeview Gar- dens just two weeks ago). She was a member of Holy Cross Parish and Christian Women. Blanche was preceded in death by her husband Fred in 2005; daughters and sons-in-law Elaine (and George) Walbridge, and Carol (Schefers) (and Barney) Athman; brothers Gene and Jerome; and sis- ters Olga and Mabel. She is survived by her grand- children Wendelin "Butch" (and Cindy) Schefers of St. Cloud, Shar- lyne (Schefers) (and Dave) Springer of Florida; great:grandchildren Josh Schefers (and fiancOe Crys- tal), Jenny (Schefers) (and Brad) Andries; sister-in-law Karen Carver; friend Teresa Schefers; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and extended family. The family would like to thank Lakevierw Gardens Adult Foster Care, St. Cloud Hospital Hospice, her nurse Nancy, caregivers pat and Cindy, and all the special peo- ple who helped Blanche during her long illness. Assumption Spring Brunch April 7 Assumption Parish Guild of Eden Valley announces their Spring Brunch to be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, April 7. The menu includes smoked sausage, scrambled eggs. hash browns, fruit, bread, homemade muffins and sweet rolls, and bev- erage. The cost for adults is $6; ages 5-10 are $3; and age 4 and under are free. Christian Women's group April 11 It's time for "The Great Trans- member Jorgensen Family Sing- formation" Guest Night at Reichel's ers of Howard Lake. Speaker Rob- May 5, in the St. Cloud Hospital Event Center, Annandale Thurs- ert Snodgrass of Sheboygan, Wis., Conference Center. If your child day, April 11. Punch and mingle will also encourage and challenge stayedin our NICU, join us for chil- time starts at 6:30 p.m., the din- you as he shares "How to Become dren's activities, refreshments, vis- ner and program are at 7 p.m. a Somebody When,You Thought iting with staff and construction This, great evening out is one you You Were a Nobody! The $12 tick- updates on our new NICU with all- won t want to miss. So invite your ets must be purchased by Thurs- private rooms scheduled to open spouse or friends, and plan on tap- day, April 4, by calling Bev at (320) this summer. For more informa- ping your toes to great gospel and 274-8271. This event is sponsored tion, pieasecall (320)229-5139. blue grass music with the nine- by StonecroftMinistries. ] ,o.,, .. c....,o, s...,.. ....... st: An.e.s Ch rc, !n K!mba!! .......... View obituaries,i L_1_05_lo:4 .m..r.er b..u. iI guestbooks l Also open 2nd Monday of the I . and videos on-line [ month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. ] Kimball-(330) 398-5055 I tel. (320)398-2211 I Project blew Hope to be presented April 13 I For after-hours emergencies, I Kingston Lions have asked Don We realize the process of heal- ous donations of Lions Clubs and [ call one of the area churches, J Pals of Project New Hope to come ing and understanding is a vital others, there is no charge to the Care to Many our needs! (320) 398-8643 Check daily for new stories at and speak about Project New component to life success after families for attending Project New Hope retreats at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at the Kingston Commu- nity Center. Everybody is welcome to come and heaffhim; there is no charge. Offering new hope to veterans and their families through week- end retreats. At Project New Hope, we are driven by our mission: To provide veterans and their fam- ilies the education, training and skills necessary to manage their lives after wartime service. Project New Hope was founded in 2007 by caring individuals who understand that for veterans and their families, wartime doesn't end the day that soldier comes war. Each family member will deal with what has happened in their own way. Returning sol- diers face the challenge of tran- sition from war footing, to civil- ian home life. Often, it can seem as though they're in it alone, as though people expect them to pick up where they'd been, as thodgh nothing had changed during their time away. Spouses may strug- gle with changes in the home, first with their soldier gone, and Hope retreats, financial concerns will never prevent us from offering our services 'to soldiers and their families. If you or someone you know has served our country in times of war, please join Project New Hope for a weekend retreat for the entire family. Come join other veterans and their families, as we all con- tinue on the journey. What hap- pened before was beyond our con- trol, what happens next, is up to then to another set of changes you. after the return. Children may Why there's a need: lack the' maturity to indepen- . Unprecedented survival rates dently adjust to the absence of a 25 percent of all homeless are parent, their return, and transi- combat veterans home. The effects of serving our tions which must take place. No , ii- Suicide rates for veterans ages country in the military are often matter which era a soldier served ,~>24 are;/four times greater than (obituaries_ . are posted as we .receive them) felt throughout a so)~!iers entire in-Korea, Vietnam, The Gu!fWar, ~.ofa/~ilian : ;lifetime and can ha*e an i : ct- Ira , Af hanistan- it doesn mat- 20i eterans b ome dis- : :" ntynewl M ~ :on each family met~=aai~,~/:~ter at Project New:Hope.,All U.S. ;~de~:day. ~'k'~:'>'" ' i'" "- : i! often in ways that may be quite veterans, and their ~ families are ~/ ~ ,' '.~ subtle or hidden fromview, welcome. Because of the gener-