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I Pa-e 6 Thursday, July 28, 2011 Tri-Coun News. Kimbal!, MN Oblt District 8 Holstein " Ut2rleS Show Aug. 13 I The 2011 District 8 Holstein Show Dr. Richard Brown, 66 Edward Butterfass, 60 wiUbeatlla.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, at the Kandiyohi County Fairgrounds in Willmar. Tom Foss from Cambridge, i children Joshua Butterfass of St. Cloud, Jessica (and Tony) Fudali of Buffalo, Justin (and Kris) But- Brown; special mother Mathilda terfass of Watkins, Jennifer (and Asfeld; extended brothers-in-law Jesse) Gunderson ofWaconia, Joni Albert Linn andVernon Loch. (and Eric) Warhol of Becker, Jyme He is survived by his fiancde Butterfass (and Justin Rauen) of Sandra Lang of Champlin; San- Minneapolis, and Jamie Butter- dra's children Jamie Lang of Garden fass (and Spence Hardy) of Anoka; Grove, Calif., Nathan Lang and his his parents Lloyd and Esther But- friend Stacey Scott of Bloomington; terfass of Waverly; siblings Doris sister Lauana (and Al Hart) of Hun- (and Bob) Schendel of Waverly, tington Beach, Calif.; nieces and Esther (and Melvin) Rausch of nephewAndra (andlames)Colman Stewart, and Loren Butterfass of of Huntington Beach, Calif., Jenny Ga.; and by his 12 grandchildren. Hart of Garden Grove, Calif., and Ion Hart of Huntington Beach, Calif.; cousins Lyndal Rieger of Rochester, Robert (and Sheila)Foster of Min- KUA C hosted carnival for campers neapolis; and his extended family Camp Friendship in Annan- Reverend Luke Nelson, pastor Rosie Loch of Watkins, Delores (and dale held a carnival for campers of both the Kimball United Meth- Norman) Nistler of South St. Paul, with the help 0fparishi0ners from 0dist Church and Zion United leanette Linn of Annandale, Gene Kimball United Methodist Church Methodist Church of South Haven, (and Sherri) Asfeld of Watkins, Art Tuesday night, July 19. Camp- brought about 15 members from ers played a variety of games run the church to the carnival. Rev. Edward Butterfass of Watkins died Thursday, July 21, 2011, at the St. Cloud Hospital surrounded by his family. He was 60. Funeral services celebrating his life will be at 12 p.m. Thurs- day, July 28, at the Miller-Carlin Funeral Chapel in St. Cloud with Pastor Janine Olson officiating. Family and friends may call from 10 a.m. until the time of the ser- vice Thursday at the funeral home. Edward Lloyd Butterfass was born Aug. 6, 1950, in Watertown, Minn., to Lloyd and Esther (Koch) Butterfass. He grew up in Waverly, and later moved to a farm in Wat- kins where he lived the rest of his life. He married Sandra Mun- stenteiger Aug. 14, 1971, in Buffalo, Minn. Ed worked his whole life as a farmer. He enjoyed playing cards and marbles, going to sporting events, collecting tractors, going to flea markets and auctions, and spending time with his grandchil- dren. He was an active member in Heartland Community Action Agency and Minnesota State Council on Disability. Ed was preceded in death by his grandson Isaac Butterfass. He is survived by his wife San- dra Butterfass of Watkins; his St. Cloud Shrine Club, and vice Asfeld 0fWatkins, Linda Schoeben president of the Osnaan Shrine Go- of Brooklyn Park, LouAnn and John by visitors from the church, such Nelson liked seeing how excited Kart Club. Richard enjoyed driving Garding of Watkins, Becky Gard- as blowing bubbles and throwing the campers are to play games. ~o karts itl parades, visitin~ wifl~ lug. Collin Garding of~ATatklns, Leah rin~s ove~ ~op bottles. "It's beell a ~reat ~li~tlt*" said people, and sharing his sense of ~l~, ~00 TiI~ ~,l~, ~.I~mi[[ Camp Friendship provides Rev. elson. IlIld love to have more Dr. Richard Brown of Sauk Rap- ids died unexpectedly Wednes- day, July 20, 2011, at his home. He was 66. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, July 25, at the St. Anthony Catholic Church in Watkins with Fr. John Brunner officiating. Visitation was from 4-8 p.m. Sunday, and from 9-10 a.m. Monday, at Ertl Funeral Home in Watkins. Parish rosary was at 4 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home fol- lowed by Masonic services at 5 p.m. Interment was in the St. Anthony Catholic Cemetery. Dr. Richard K. Brown was born May 18, 1945, in Hollywood Calif., to Jerry and Lillian (Knight) Brown. He grew up and received his primary education in California. Richard served his country in the Marines and he furthered his education earning his Master's and Ph.D. Degrees. Richard was employed at the University of Minnesota for 10 years and at Benson Optical for about 10 years. In the early 1980s, he started his own business, Profes- sional Hearing and Audiology Ser- vices in St. Cloud, which he oper- ated until the current time. Richard was a founding father of the MN Audiology Assn., and was a mem- ber of the American Academy of Audiologists. His hobbies included antique cars and he was president of the St. Cloud Osman Zagalas Shrine Car Club, and a past presi- dent of the Pan Town Car Club. He was also treasurer of the North Star Masonic Lodge, secretary of the humor. He also enjoyed studying Elynk of Kimball, Josh Garding of social and recreational program volunteers come out here." history, especially Civil War history Cold Spring, and Frank Mayers of services to kids and adults with Bethany Nelson, wife of Rev. and he collected Civil War artifacts. St. Paul. developmental and physical dis- Luke Nelson, enjoyed her night at Richard was preceded in death abilities. Throughout the summer, Camp Friendship. by his parents Jerry and Lillian camp hosts special guests, such as "Everyone from the church parishioners from United Meth- loves coming here and spending odist Church, for new activities time with campers," said Nelson. Kimball Senior Citizens met July 18 and entertainment. Marcus Sable, a19-year-old Members from KUMC assisted camper from Blaine, Minn., stayed The Kimball Senior Citizens "500" would be played instead of campers at game stations that busy throughout the carnival Club met Monday, July 18, for their Euchre. involved throwing balls through moving from one game to the next. regular monttlly meeting following As there was no other business, hula hoops, putting mini-golf, "I liked the game where I threw the noon meal. Anita made a motion that the meet- playing ladder golf and a cake rings over the pop bottles," said In the absence of president Nell ing adjourn, walk. Church members allowed Sable. Hilary, Ann Hamilton called the Darby Curtis furnished refresh- campers to choose prizes from Camp Friendship counselor, meeting to order. All repeated the ments, ice cream pails after finishing an Nichole Kwasny from Wausau, Pledge of Allegience to the Flag, The group played "500" with" activity. Wis., attended the carnival and after which the minutes of the past Reta and Larry Sheetz winning high Senior Program Manager Ion participated in games with camp- meeting were read. Treasurer Anita scores. Door prize went to Alvina Salmon and his wife Abby are ers in her cabin. Hoefer gave her report. Scheffers. members of United Methodist "I think it's great to see people Reta Sheetz and Darby Curtis Come join us starting Monday, Church. Larry Blum, who works in in the community put smiles on celebrated birthdays in luly. Aug. 1 for noon lunch and playing maintenance at Camp Friendship, campers' faces," said Kwasny. New business was the deci- "500." is also a member ofthe church. sion that following the noon lunch Ann Hamilton, Secretary on the first Monday of the month, is the judge. The show will be held with the One Day Holstein Show. Exhibitors will be from Benton, Kan- diyohi, Sherburne, Morrison, Stea- rns, and CrowWing Counties. All animals exhibited must have a Holstein Association USA identi- fication paper and be accompanied by certificates. The show will follow state health requirements. Area Hol- stein breeders, as well as Junior, 4-H, and FFA members are encouraged to participate. Contact 2~racy Schaefer of Little Falls or Mary Swart of New Lon- don for more information on exhibit- ing. Entry deadline is Aug. 4. A youth showmanship contest will be at the conclusion of the show. The dairy royalty will present the awards. Various business firms in the district are donating trophies and door prizes. Exhibitors and spectators are invited. The District 8 Holstein Show Committee is a non-profit, repre- sentative group of Holstein Breed- ers from Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, Kandiyohi, Morrison and Crow Wing Cotmties and their respective Hol- stein Clubs affiliated with the Min- nesota Holstein Association in Waite Park, for the promotion of Holstein cattle in the area. 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