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Church .40bit. Thursday, July4,2013 0000ews.m. James &apos;Jimmy' Loesch, 76 James "Jimmy" Loesch died peacefially of leukemia Friday, June 28, at the 'St. Cloud Hospital sur- rounded by his family. He was 76. Mass of Christian Burial  be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 2, at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Marty (Pearl Lake). Burial will follow in the Holy Cross parish cemetery. Friends and family may call from 4-9 p.m. Mon- day at the Wenner Funeral Home in "Cold Spring, and from 9-10:15 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Parish prayers will be at 8 p.m. James KiUian Loesch was born on the family farm in Pearl Lake to Alphonse and Theresa (Pelzer) Loesch. He married Virginette "Vir- gie" Liesch July 16, 1960, in Holy Angels Catholic Church in St. Cloud. Together for 40 years, they lovingly made a home and raised a family in which they both had much pride. After the loss of his wife, Jimmy went Jimmy was preceded in death by his wife Virgie, and brothers Edwin, Daniel and Patrick. He is survived by his loving com- panion and partner in life Linda Feddema; children Scott (and am: IRDAY, JULY 13 5k/1 k Pork Chop Trot Registration for 5k Registration for lk (10am kids FUN./ am: am: Pork Chop Trot 5k walk/run I 0 am: Pork Chop Trot t k kid's walk/run I See www.holycrossmn.org for details on r---uns 5 pro: Beer Garden & Hamburger Stand I pro: Bean Bag Tournament Registration -  :ii'::"; o pm: Bean Bag Tournament start pro-12 am: Street Dance sponsored by The Pearl Lake L dg g: THE RECEDERS! (www.thereceders.com) on to find love again with Linda. He loved spending time with his chil- dren and grandchildren. He had a lifelong love of baseball and stayed involved in the game until age 73. Jimmy served in the U.S. Army for two years, and he worked at the Cold Spring Granite Company until his retirement in 1999. In his retirement, he initiated Bolagna Days at the Pearl Lake Lodge. Jimmy was a member of Holy Cross Parish, and he was a very active member in the Pearl Lake Rec- reation Club and community. 4) 111111111111111111111111111 !', 00ingmann00 Funeral Care ,'1 e.rt.i a.d 'r*r,,U,. S,'es View obituaries, " guestbooks and videos on-line Kimball (320) 398-5055 Janel) Loesch of St. Cloud, Cindy / (and Tim) Ramler of St. Augusta, [ ' <" ,' ' " Tami (and Ken)Molitor ofDelano, i   @N ] Jason (and Jill) Loesch of Minne- apolis; sister Laura Jane Leither; brother Roy (and Phyllis) Loesch; sisters-in-law Donna Loesch, Katie Liesch, and Renee Kunkel; grand- ! SUNDM, JULY 14 :: Linzi,ChildrenBriannaMeagan'(and Garrett,Mike) Jordan,Kylie' !10 am, Polka Mass with Laveme & The Starlites j Maria, Be]la, Max, and EIliana;  11am-.1:30 pm: Grilled Pork Chop Dinner w/fresh sweet cor' I great-granddaughterAddilynn;and |ill am. Bee[ Garden & Hamburger Stand  :1 many nieces and nephews, i! 11am-5 pm. Beer Garden . I i Kimball Area i  11am-3 pm: Children s Games & Activities "\\; ' i Emergency " I i 11am-3 pm: Silent Auction, Country Store & Cake Walk % _ ]Food Shel] |i 1-3:45 pm: BINGO with CASH prizes! ,.-  ..1 Inc. ,  i1: pm: Tractor Pull, (ages 5-10)  1 ....... st-:-- n--- c.!!.rc-"- !"--.K!-ba!!.-------,I ] d I0 - 10"45 a m "rue,,/Thurs Also open 2n;heJl month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. t tel" (320) 398-2211 I r On- a_EceTPiS i erty 1 For after-hours emergencies, I call one of the area churches. ] iSaturday, July 6, 10 a.m. 271 Church Street, South Haven I www.dingmannfuneral.com assionateCare u...  cup of coffee & k "'";.  visit with usl .... : amonmos  _ ::; ..... to meet -  Heritage House of Kimball Assisted Living at its Finest your needs! ,, , ,, _ I COUNTRY MOVING AIJCTION TUESDAY, JULY 9 AT 5PM 19109 SCHACKMAN LK RD - RICHMOND, MN From Cold Spring go 4mi S on CR 2, .8mi w on 185th St, then N on Schackman Lk Rd OR From Watkins go 6mi N on CR 2 to 185th St (Watch for signs) AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Owner has sold home and b moving into a smaller place. 1his is a nice smaller" country auction with some nice, interesting pieces. 1here is a little something for everyone.. BOBCAT 873 C-SERIES DSL SKID LOADER W/1573HRS; QUALITY FURNITURE; COLLECTIBLES; HOUSEHOLD; LAWN & GARDEN; SHOP ITEMS; & MORE (First house on right on Co. Rd. 2, just north of Hwy. 55) 6-BR 2-story home with 2 baths. This home is loaded with character, Handicap-accessible via Tex deck on front of house, front and back porches. Newer roof, windows, cabinets, and double garage with lots of storage. Chain- link fence. 1.4-acre corner lot with mature trees. TERMS on real estate: $10,000 non-refundable down payment at auction; balance due on or before July 26 2013; 10% Buyer Premium on Real Estate only added to the high bid to equa] the contract price; Homestead taxes of $2,400 prorated to closing. Broker participation invited; call for details. * Chuck and gicki Stenson are mouing south and selling their home and personal property at auction. Full details auailable on our website. * /EHICLE: 2002 Chevy Express 12-pass- enger window Van, 79,000 miles. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Steel old wheels; Oxen yoke; Kraut stomper; All- wood antique shovel; Antique pictures; Old cream can; Oak wall phone-desk receiver; Iron bed; Old Maytag wringer washer Grinding wheel; Old pine cupboard; Small wood tables; Collection of Hurricane lamps; Old stained-glass windows. GUNS & SPORTING GOODS: Stevens 410 bolt model 59A shotgun #126544 Remington 22 auto-repeater model 550-1 22 rifle; Madin clip 22 rifle; Pumpmaster 760 BB gun w/scope; 20-ft pontoon w/ Mercury 60HP motor, float bunk, and trailer; 14-ft Crestliner fishing boat and trailer; Mercury 7.5HP boat motor; Johnson 6HP boat motor; 6-hole fish house on trailer Strike Master 2000 2HP &inch ice auger; Honda 500 ATV w/plow; Yamaha Kodiak 450 ATV; 2-wheel trailer for ATV; 8x12-ft insulated playhouse shed, vinyl siding, air, birdhouse; (3) heaters; Misc. lumber and new.Shingled roof; Schwinn women's bike, like plumbing supplies Lots of industrial metal YARD & GARAGE ITEMS: Cub Cadet shelving; Metal dog cages and pens; 23HP riding lawn mower w/46" mowing Grooming stand; Boys' bikes. deck; Yard Machine 3.5HP and 4.5HP HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: (3) Eden Pure lawn mowers; Torn 828 snow blower w/ heaters; Entertainment center; Desk; electric start; Champion generator 4000 Buffet; Lamps; Leather sectional; Large peak Watts, 3500 running Watts Weed leather rocking chair; Leather chair; Oak wh p; Extendable tree trimmer; Barrel lift; plant or lamp table; Leather rocker/recliner; Protech 10" table saw; Weber 22" charcoal Table and benches; Wood & metal island or grill; (2) floating lounges, never used; (4) work bench; Dressers; Tempurpedic bed BB guns; Gas cans; Numerous coolers; (4) (queen); 4-poster bed frame; Stained-glass Arv helmets; Life jackets; Rod and reels; window, new; Many Fiesta ware dishes and Cane poles; Fly rod; Landing nets; Fish collectible pieces; Glass paperweights; baskets; Minnow buckets; Car ramps; (6) Jazzy power scooter; Knee scooter; Crock tow chains; Air compressor; Air nailer 2" pots, kitchen misc.; Small school table, light nail; DeWalt skill saw; 1/2-inch drill; seats two; Lots of kitchen & household. Rope hammock; Trampoline; Deck furniture APPLIANCES: Maytag washer/dryer and swing; Water fountain; Squares, leads, set, 1 1/2yrs old; Upright freezer; Chest drill bits; Step ladder; Power sander; freezer; Side-by-side refrigerator/freezer/ Rakes, shovel, ropes; Numerous garden Refrigerator. hoses and garden tools; Power miter box; See photos & details on website! Battery charger; Metal sawhorses; Large HOLLY TUCKER- OWNER