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Pa 6 Thursday, May 16, 2013 Obituaries In Memorium Donations accepted for North Kingston Catherine Brouwer, 66 loving memory of Dorothy Cemetery Catherine Brouwer of Dassel, ing. She also took'a special inter- Adolph, May 14, 2012 Donations are needed to cover formerly of Cokato, died Saturday, est in bird watching. Catherine costs of mowing at North Kingston May 11, 2013, at Augustana Lake- also enjoyed football; she was a Cemetery. Please send your dona- side Health Care Center in Dassel San Francisco 49ers fan, as well tions to Glendale Rumsey at 71249 after a 12-year battle with cancer, as the Green Bay Packers. She was 335th Street, Kimball MN 55353. She was 66. given the opportunity to attend a Your help is appreciated. Memorial services were held at Packer game on Christmas Day of 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 15, at the 2011 at Lambeau Field, a memory Kimball Cemetery Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel in which she treasured. Catherine Annandale. Friends called begin- will always be remembered for her Cor~° meets May 23 ning at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Strong-willed personality. Catherine Gwendoline Brouwer Catherine is preceded in death Annual meeting rescheduled was born April 19, 1947, in Will- by her parents Max and Gwen BecauSe of inclement weather, mar to Maxwell and Gwendoline Zehlke. it was necessary to cancel the 2013 (Goodall) Zehlke. Catherine was Sheissurvivedbyherdaughters annual meeting of the Kimball graduated from St. Louis ParkHigh Teresa DeBaun (and Robert Wis- Cemetery Corporation originally School and then furthered her her) of Diunedin, Fla., and Jackie Memorial Hospital Oncology scheduled for April 18. The 2013 education in nursing. Catherine (and Roger) Hugget of Minneapo- Department for the kind and lov- annual meeting has been resched- worked as a registered nurse for lis; six grandchildrenTravis, Cody, ing care they provided her over uled for 7 p.m. Thursday, May23, in a majority of her working career, and Nicolas DeBaun of Texas, the years. They would also like to Kimball City Hall. While working as a nurse, she and, Brittanie, Brian, and Bren- acknowledge the compassionate A thousand times we needed you, If you have loved ones interred worked in various areas across the tonMooreofMinnesota:sixgreat-care she received at Augustana A thousand times we cried, or own gravesites in Kimball Ceme- country, as well as working in for- grandchildren Arden DeBaun, Lakeside Health Care in Dassel. If love alone could have saved you, tery, you are encouraged to attend. eign nations. She always consid- Javen and Noah Moore, Darrin,Arrangements are by Ding- You never would have died. There are fees to consider and deci- ered the Central .Minnesota area Owen, and Preston Fischer; sib- mann Funeral Care of Annandale. A heart of gold stopped beating sions to be made that require your her home. lings Lynn Goodwin of Brainerd, Two twinkling eyes closed to rest attendance. Catherine enjoyed the arts, and Allen Zehlke of Edina. God broke our hearts to prove He only took the best. especially painting and knitting. Catherine and her tam- Never a day goes by that you're I.lohl She loved music and enjoyed danc- ily wanted to thank the Meeker Fare For All .... Cross Parish not in our hearts and thoughts. 74 returns to byyour husbandL°vinglymissedMarvin, breakfast May 26 Patricia Patricia Richards of Watkins, Annandale Julie, Vickie, Sharon, Joe, Holy Cross Parish is planning and their families, a breakfast 8:30 a.m. to noon Sun- died Monday, May 13, 2013, at the Sandy Holthaus was the site day, May 26 at 10672 County Road Hilltop HealthCare Center in Wat: coordinator of Fare For All in 8 in Marty (PearlLake). kins. She was 74. Annandale for many years, but was Fare For All is held on Satur- The menu includes omelets w/ Funeral services were held at no longer able to continue. Fare For day each month at Annandale City optional ingredients, Knaus sau- l0:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 15 at M1 closed in September 2012. After Hall from 9:30 to 11 a.m. May 25, sage, hash browns, pancakes with the Ertl Funeral Home in Watkins much thought, Pam and CharlieJune 22, July 27, Aug. 24, Sept. 21, fruit toppings, baked goods, coffee, with Fr. Richard Gross officiating. Lamb decided theyneeded to'bring Oct. 19, Nov. 16, and Dec. 14. juice and milk. Gluten free options BurialwasattheSt.AnthonyCath- Fare For All back in the Annandale If you have questions, please are available upon request. olic Cemetery in Watkins. Friends community, contact Pare at (320) 492-9461, or The cost is $7 for adults, $5 for called one hour prior to services The next Fare For All food dis-, ages 5-12 years old and under age Wednesday, at the funeral home. tribtrtion will be from 9:30 to 5 are free. The breakfast will be a Patricia Ann Richards was, 11 a.m. Saturday, May25, at Annan- benefit for Holy Cross School. born May 28, 1938, in Watkins to dale City Hall. Volunteers may help Clarence and Geneva (Schneider) from9 a.m. to noon. Fare For Allis Check daily for new stories at Schreiner. She was united in mar- a monthly program that provides riage to Harold Richards in Min- groceries to anyone for a reduced (obituaries are posted as we receive them) neapolis. While residing in Min- Patricia was preceded in death price. Order must be received by neapolis, Patricia was employed by her parents, Clarence andthe preceding Friday before the dis- W W W. L. ~" r, | c o u n L. ~"311 n e w s ,wma N as a housekeeper for various Geneva Schreiner; husband Har- tribution. * hotels. She moved back to the Wat- old Richards; and brother William kins area, and was employed as a Schreiner. Tips for preventing grass fires yon stack it at least 20-feet away waitress at Al's Card in Eden Val- Patricia is survived by her son fromyour house. leyforashorttime. Patriciamoved Richard (and Denise) Richards By Pat Garry, Staff writer grass around any outdoor build- °Rakeleaves, cutoffdeadlimbs, to Willmar where she was a long- of Minneapolis; four grandchil- It doesn't take much for a lugs, i.e. barns, sheds and work- and cut grass regularly. Remove time resident and did volunteer dren; and three great-grandchil- grass fire to develop into a wild- shops. These are likely areas for dead branches that extend over work at the Rice Memorial Hospi- dren; brothers ]ames (and Jean) fire, and unfortunately, no matter the emergence of accidental fires the roof. tal. She became a resident at the Schreiner of Barrett, Robert (and how many times we are educated that might be the cause of mal- ° Avoid parking cars, trucks or Hilltop Health Care Center inWat- Donna) Schreiner of Watkins; and about grass fire prevention, every functioning equipment, smok-recreational vehicles on dry grass kins about four years ago. Hehob- sister-in-law Joyce Schreiner of summer season, too many seem ers, or even children playing with orbrush. Exhaust systems on vehi- bies included crafts and ceramics. Litchfield. to appear. While many grass fires fireworks. So what should you do cles can reach a temperature of • are ignited by obvious, careless to prepare for the worst? Planning more than 1,000 degrees; it only Area human efforts, like burning gar- ahead is vital so you knowwhat to takes about 500 degrees to start a [ Emergency I bage or abandoning a smoldering do if a fire starts. Keep basic fire- brush fire in the summer. camp fire, they can start surpris- fighting equipment close at hand; ° Maintain a 10-foot area that [ Food Shelf [ ingly easily and often without our a fire extinguisher in all your vehi- is free of brush and shrubbery l,.c knowledge. These may be things cles and buildings; keep a shovel or around BBQ grills and propane like a lawnmower blade striking two in handy-to-get places around tanks. Do not leave 'a grill unat- Ir_.._St.L..Anne.'.s a rock, a vehicle's exhaust pipe your property; above all, have a tended, and when finished, place I[ dragging across a grassy area on a way to call for help, such as a cell ashes in a bucket and soak in water '" dirt road, or an electric fence wire phone or a citizen's band radio, until completely cooled. Keep a month: 5:30,6:30 p.m. snapping against a metal post. Be certain you know your escape shovel, bucket of water, fire extin- tel. (320) 398-2211 And as we all know, it doesn't take routes and frequently check them, guisher, or other fire suppression much of a breeze to fuel a grass- to ensure they are passable,tools on hand in case of emer- For after-hours emergencies,kindled flame that covers just a In the final analysis, the best gency. call one of the area churches, few yards to grow into an inferno way to battle a grass fire is to pre- ° Stress to children the impor- spanning several acres. Time is vent it from ever starting. Perhaps tance of not playing with fire- crucial when trying to prevent a these tips will help you stay alert to especially in grassy areas, fire can ,ra A, ir small, grass fire from turning into these dreadful, recurring calami- spread quickly and children need Car a destructive blaze, so we need to ties. to be informed of the potential eplan ahead as much as possible on ° Obviously, don't throw ciga- threat. StOP~c v~eet°a situations that we can control, rette or cigar butts on the ground Now that summer looms, we ]?El A very prudent idea to reduce oroutofavehicle, are anxious to get out and enjoy , ~~ cup of Offd the chance of a grass fire trans- ° Don't burn trash, leaves, or the great outdoors. We break out piring within your property's con- brush outdoors, without proper the tents and grills and make many r visit with us. fines is to cut and trim tall, dry supervision, plans for camping or anything we amenities L grass. Some of these common, • Employ the 30-foot "safety can do now that we've thawed out. to meet Heritage House o potentially dangerous areas are zone" surrounding the home. Make sure you are prepared and along driveways and roadsides. Clear away loose grass, leaves, etc. educated on what to do should you your needs! Assisted Livingat Be especially cognizant of places away from the home, especially encounter a fire, in your journeys, where vehicles are likely to stop those living in a woodland area. and have a happy, healthy, couple For more information: Joyce Quast, LPN/Manager (320) 398-8643 or idle, like around mailboxes, • If not using a storage shedto of Minnesota summer months. gates and turn-outs. Check the store your firewood, make sure