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James Becker, 74 James Becker of San Diego, Calif., died March 9, 2013. He was 74. James Becker was born in Kim- ball to John and Mildred Becket. He served in the U.S. Navy and worked for 35 years in civil service for the Navy. James was preceded in death by a sister Joanne Becker; and brother John Becket. He is survived by his wife Elaine; three children Debra, James, and Teresa; and two grandchildren Chad and Kendall. Church Obit. Myrna Bollman, 86 Myrna Bollman of Kimball died Friday, May 3, 2013, at the Heritage House of Kimball. She was 86. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m: Tuesday, May 7, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Kimball with Rev. Dave Milz officiating. Visita- tion was from 5-8 p.m. Monday, at the Dingmann Funeral Care Cha- pel in Kimball, and at the church one hour prior to services. Burial was at the Ronneby Riverside Cemetery in Ronneby. Myrna Mac Bollman was born Nov. 13, 1926, in Minneapolis to Alfred and Emma (Carlson) Peter- son. She married Charles Boll- man May 27, 1975, and he pre- ceded her in death Jan. 15, 1997. For more than 20 years along with Charlie, she owned and operated C & M Country Caf6 in Annandale. She was a member of the Kimball American Legion Post 261 Aux- iliary, and she enjoyed playing bingo, watching The Young and The Restless, and the restaurant. Myrna was preceded ifi death by her husband Charles; daugh- ter Jacqueline Hamilton; sons Ted and Stephen Sliter; one grandson, and one granddaughter. She is survived by chil- dren David (and Delia) Sliter of St. Paul, Jeffrey Sliter of Minneap- olis, Lee Ann (and Wendell) Rich- ards of Glencoe, Michael (and Tina) Sliter of Clearwater; sister Violet (and Walter) Baker of Summers- ville, Mo.; 12 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. The pallbearers were Shawn and Scott May, Paul Held, Wendy VanVleet, Amanda Isensee, and Ben Konz. Arrangements were by Dingmann Funeral Care Burial and Cremation Services of Kim- ball. Viola Frederick, 100 Thursday, May 9, 2013 Tri-CounNewss,, _ www.tricoun news.ran Viola Frederick of Annandale died Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at Ihe Annandale Care Center. She was 100. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, May 10, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Annandale with Pastor Dave Nelson officiat- ing. Friends may call from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, at Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel, Annandale, and one hour prior to the service Friday at the church. Burial will follow at the Cokato Finnish Cemetery. Viola Marie Frederick was born Jan. 27, 1913, in Middle River to Walter and Anna (Nicka) Mat- sen. She was united in marriage to Clifford Widlund; he preceded three infant sons; 10 brothers; and her in death. She was later united five sisters. in marriage to Lawrence Freder- She is survived by her daughter ick; he also preceded her in death. Caroline Rimer of Robbinsdale; She lived most of her life in Annan- five grandchildren Richard Rimer, dale, living a short time in Minne- Randy Rimer, Ronda Held, Rob- apolis and Walker. Viola owned bie Rimer, and Rona Nesser; eight and operated Mom's Caf6 in South great-grandchildren; brother Ken- Haven in the 1950s, and went on neth (and Barb) Lantto of Edina; to work at the Twin Cities Arsenal and sister Betty Jane (and Clinton) in New Brighton. She was a former Lambert of Buffalo. member of the Walker Legion Aux- Pallbearers will le Richard J. iliary. Viola enjoyed fishing, trav- III, Christopher, Justin, and Tanya cling, wintering in Arizona and Rimer, Nick Listul, Joey Nesser, summering inAnnandale. Ryan Held, and Tara Nesser. Viola is preceded in death by Arrangements are entrusted with her parents Walter and Anna; her Dingmann Funeral Care Burial & husbands Clifford and Lawrence; Cremation Services of Annandale. Barbara Hoskins, 84 Barbara Hoskins died Sunday, May 5, 2013, at her Pierz home. She was 84. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 9, at River- side Church, 3435 County Road 45 in Brainerd. Friends may gather one hour before the service at the church. Luncheon will be served following the service. Barbara Jean Hoskins was born April 21, 1929,.to William Liske and Minne Blomseth in Pequot Lakes. Barb was a wonderful woman who was surrounded by a large family, and an even larger extended fam- ligVJdDi" % Kimball Area  ily. She will be missed byso many Emergency " especially around the times when She is survived by her children Food She:. someone is looking for the family Jim, Randy (and Kathy), Lonny Inc.  recipes. She was the core strength .F "jdlil 1 (and Dawn), and David (and Carol); unera[ Care ofthe great cooking that stems from grandchildren Brandi, Shelley, IS ur l at a nd Crematl0n S err t e*s ] ....... St..AOrO,  Church !l .K.!Wb.a!! ........ her family. She will truly be missed. Shari, Stacie, Luke, and Shannon; View obituaries, [ [..lO[_!o:45a:..m...:..TUe.7urs& - Barb was preceded in death by as well as an abundance of great- guestbooks I Also open 2nd Monday of the her husband ]ames Elvin Hoskins. grandchildren. and videos on-line. [ month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Kimball (320) 398-5055 [ tel. (320) 398-2211 Holy Cross Parish breakfast May 26 I For after-hours emergencies, I call one of the area churches. Holy Cross Parish is planning coffee, juice and milk. Gluten abreakfast 8:30 a.m. to noon Sun- free options are available upon day, May 26 at 10672 County Road request. ............ . ....................................................................................................................................................................... -.::.. ......................... 8 in Marty (Pearl Lake). The cost is $7 for adults, $5 for c_, 1" Ta"e r[ ! ] The menu includes omelets w/ ages 5-12 years old and under age : opional ingredients, Knaus sau- 5 are free. e a e tOLl !i sage, hash browns, pancakes The breakfast will ben benefit i with fruit toppings, baked goods, for HolyCross School. ..-"   Stop in, have a ......  cupofcoffee&  New g g" " Bane visit with us/ .... .... Be lnnln s celebrates 30 years altl(  _ ............ Serving single pregnant women fundraiser at 5:30 p.m. followed by to meet "  Heritage House ofKimball and their babies dinner at 6:30 p.m. New Beginnings, a nonprofit Celebrate the women in your life Assisted Living at its Finest residential program for pregnant while supporting New Beginnings 0r L! women and their babies is cele- Mission of helping young women brating 30 years of serving, and their babies become indepen- rmote ionfoat!on:'Joy QufistLPN/Manag.grj320) -8. Their silent auction and dinner dent, successful community mem- is New Beginnings' largest fund- bers and mothers. raiser of the year. All proceeds will Details and contact informa- go towards the New Beginnings tion for participating can be found Check daily for new stories at Program, a5Olc3nonprofit, on Facebook, www.newbeginnings Their 30-year celebration will be, or by contact- (obituaries are posted as we receive them) Friday, May 17 at the Holiday Inn ing Jan Klein, office man- " ' and Suites located at 75 37th Ave- ager, at info@newbeginnings www.trico u ntynews. MN thenUe S. in St. Cloud; beginning withsocial hour and silent auction, or phone (320) 255-1252. Donations accepted for North Kingston Cemetery Donations are needed to cover costs of mowing at North Kingston Cemetery. Please send your dona- tions to Glendale Rumsey at 71249 335th Street, Kimball MN 55353. Your help is appreciated. Kimbal! Cemetery Corp. meets Ntay 23 Annual meeting rescheduled Because of inclement weather, it was necessary to cancel the 2013 annual meeting of the Kimball Cemetery Corporation originally scheduled for April 18. The 2013 annual meeting has been resched- uled for 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, in Kimball City Hall. If you have loved ones interred or own gravesites in Kimball Ceme- tery, you are encouraged to attend. There are fees to consider and deci- -sions to be made that require your attendance. Stamp out hunger in your PJs Annual Mail.Carrier Food Drive May 11 will feed thousands WASHINGTON-The National Association of Letter Carri- ers (NALC) will conduct its 21st annual food drive to combat hun- ger on Saturday, May 11. Letter carriers will collect non-perish- able food donations on that day as they deliver mail along their postal routes - allowing postal patrons to literally donate to their hungry neighbors while still wearing their pajamas. The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive never has been more impor- tant than in these times, with hun- ger a growing problem - affecting about 50 million people around the country, including 17 million children and 9 million senior cit- izens. Pantry shelves filled up through winter-holiday generos- ity often are bare by late spring. And, with most school meal pro- grams suspended during summer months, millions of children must find alternate sources of nutrition. On Saturday, May 11, the nation's 175,000 letter carriers will . collect the donations residents leave near their mail boxes, as they deliver mail. People are encour- aged to leave a Sturdy bag contain- ing non-perishable foods, such as canned soup, canned vegetables, canned meats and fish, pasta, rice or cereal next to their mailbox before the regula r mail delivery on Saturday. Carriers will bring the food to local food banks, pantries or shel- ters. People who have questions about the drive in their area should ask their letter carrier, contact their local post office, or go to www.helpstampouthunger. corn, OutHunger, or StampOutHunger.