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a 6 Thursday, ]une 27, 2013 News Arnold King, Arnold King of South Haven, formerly of Corcoran, died Frida June 21, 2013, at Quiet Oaks Hos- pice. He was 85. Funeral services were held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 25, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Kim- ball with Rev. Victor Dorn officiat- ing. Burial followed in the Kimball Cemetery. Friends called one hour prior to the service at the church. Arnold August King was born Aug. 14, 1927, in Epiphany, S.D., to Louis and Veda (Mashino) King. He served his countryin the U.S. Army. He married Alma Zimmerman March 7, 1953, at Zion Lutheran Church in St. Paul. He owned and operated King Oil, King Trucking, and King Farm. Arnold enjoyed farming, flying, and fishing. He was a hard-working man and was handy with everything that he undertook. Arnold was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Warren, Clifford, Marvin, Orlin and Norman King; and sisters June Young and Geraldine Peterson. He is survived by his wife Alma; children Arnold Jr. '~nie" King of South Haven, Alan (and Suzie) King of Cambridge, Andrew King of Rob- binsdale, Alvin (and Paula) King of Cloquet, Mary Ellen (and Lee) Nel- son of Lakewood, Colo., and Art (and Barb) King of Mound; sisters Jean (and Jim) Graves of Nampa, Idaho, ]anette (and Elmer) Addler of Alamo, Texas, Joyce Foss of Mesa, Ariz., Judy Brombereck of Iola, Wis., and Joanne Thomas; 10 grandchil- dren: Daniel, Phillip, lames, Randy, lake, Kathy, Kristy, Dwayne, Cora and Dawn; 13 great-grandchildren: Joshua, Nathan, Samuel, Noah, Maylia, Bentley, Jennifer, Darrel Jr., Destiny, Ericia, Rachel, Aubrey and Rylan. Pallbearers for the service were his grandsons Daniel, Phillip, James, Randy and lake King, and Dwayne Horseman. lake and Sara King and Lori Rippentrop provided music for the service. Military Hon- ors were provided by the Minnesota Army National Guard Honor Guard and the Kimball American Legion Post 261. Memorials are preferred to the cancer research organiza- tion of the donor's choice. Arrange- ments were by Dingmann Funeral Care Burial and Cremation Services of Kimball. 8-27-50 to 6-27-11 The years we've shared have been full of joy. The memories we've made will go on and on. It's been two years now, and I think about you every day. I know God has you in His loving arms. You will always be in my heart until I see you again. Love always, Sherry and family Pie and ice cream social June 27 There will be a pie and ice cream social with fun and games at Lake Union Covenant Church from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, June 27. This event is sponsored by the Wome~i of the Lake Union Cov- enant Church located at 74526 CSAH 19 in rural South Haven. Enjoy barbeques, hot dogs, pie and ice cream! We still have Class of 2013 Graduation books! Come pick up a few 2013 Graduation Eden Vailey-Watkins and Kimball Area High Schools Friday, June 28 5 p.m., Alex Geislinger, son of Todd and Kathy Geislinger, at their home (68118 380th St., Watkins). (EVW) 5-9 p.m., Hayden Willner, son of Jeremy and Janene Willner, at their home (38499 627th Ave., Watkins). (EVW) Saturday, June 29 10 a.m.-2 p.m., ToreyRohloff, son of Todd and Renita Rohloff, at their home (51 Elm St., Kimball). (I0 2-6 p.m., Austyn Schlueter, son of Mike and Vanessa Schlueter, at their home (5288 Co. Rd. 44, Fair Haven). (K) Saturday, July 6 1-5 p.m., Austin Peterson, son of Lisa and Dan Peterson, at their home (36297 642nd Ave., Watkins). (EVW) 3 p.m.-?, Allie Seth, daughter of Steve and Kendra Seth, at their home (440 Hazel Ave. E., Kimball). (K) Saturday, July 13 2 p.m.-?, Mickael Lies, daughter of David and Mary Thielen, at Eden Valley Sportsman's Park. (EVW) 2 p.m.-?, Paige Thielen, daughter of Thomas Thielen, at Eden Valley Sportsman's Park. (EVW) 3 p.m.-?, Hail Birr, daughter of Marsha Loch, at Roscoe Community Park. (EVW) st. Wendelin's In the early hours of Friday, June 21, a severe thunderstorm passed through Paynesville, Rockville, Luxemburg, and surrounding communities. St. Wendelin's Catholic Church in Luxemburg, on Highway 15 between Kimball and St. Cloud, suffered visible damage. Many large trees and power lines went down in the wind. A corner of the church roof was ripped off, landing in the ball field behind the church. The winds, thought to be 90 m.p.h., toppled large tombstones in the parish cemetery as if they were dominoes. By mid-morning Friday, the roof was being repaired, trees were being cut up and moved, and debris was being cleaned up. The 140-year-old church sustained some water damage to the plaster ceiling inside. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. Hayden Willner graduation open house June 28 The northwest corner of 2 p.m.-?, Logan Bartholomew, son of Melissa Saturday, July 20 St. Wendelin's church roof has Zoffka, at his home (91 Oak St., Kimball). (K) 2-8 p.m., Samantha Skaggs, daughter of Steve been patched. Staff photo by 3-7 p.m., Paiten Schreiner, daughter of Tom and and Lisa Skaggs, at their home (18075 33rd Ave., Anton Matua. Kelli Schreiner, at their home (351 Linden Ave. E., Clearwater). (K) ~ Kimball). (K) 2 p.m.-?, loseph Rudolph, son of Bruce Rudolph 4 p.m.-?, Steph Saizl, daughter of Gary and Susan and Kris Opitz-Rudolph at their home (35371 697th ..... 'Silent No More' Salzl, at their home (16128 247th Ave., Paynesville). Ave., Kimball). (K) ;;::: The Stearns History Museum is ...... ~:: ~" ~*:i~i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~::~i~!~? ~: ~i~ ::"~ ~ ~;~ ~;~ ~ (EVW) ............ ::: ,, ..... pleased to welcome Dr. Erika Vora, ~!~ a local author and professor from~.~ University, to speak Sunday, June 30 i:: ::iiiii St. Cloud State Noon-5 p.m., Careen Miles, son of !ody Markgraf Call us at 398-5000 or 453-6397 to add your graduate at Breakfast Club at 9 a.m. Wednes- and Jaime Boxell, at his grandparents home (68430 to this list. FB indicates the event is on Facebook. There will be a graduation open day, luly10. Enjoy some light refresh- 350th St., Watkins). (K) You can find all the addresses, listed by date, at house for Hayden Willner, son of ments while listening to Dr. Vora discuss her book "Silent No More: 1-5 p.m., Kelsey Libbesmeier, daughter of Kevin leremy and Janene Willner, EV-W Personal Narratives of German andst., Watkins).Jyce Libbesmeier,(K) at their home (12567 140th weddings/193-open-houses Class of 2013, from 5-9 p.m. Fri- Women who Survived WWII Expul- day, June 28, at his home at 38499 sion and Deportation". FB indicates party invitation is on Facebook. 627th Ave. Watkins MN 55389.Dr. Vora's book is a collec- tion of personal narratives of 33 women who were deported from their homes in Romania, Yugo- slavia, Czechoslovakia, Poland, and eastern Germany while Nazi Germany was at the height of its power. In the midst of World War II, |]B.,t=lKimball..aCr,matlo.(320) 398.5055Servles ) ' t 15 million German people were I expelled from their homes in East- [ View obituaries, ~~~u~rST_ iil ern-Central Europe. Dr. Vora shares I g books I Also open 2_n_d M0nday of the these stories about the largest forced [ month: 5:30-6.'30 [).m. mass migration of the twentieth century from a moving and per- and videos on-line Jtel. (320) 398-2211 sonal standpoint. Please join us for what is sure to be an eye-opening !For after-hours emergencies, !call one of the area churches, discussion. Members are free, non- .............................................................................................................................................. members are $5 for admission.