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Pa00e 6 Obituaries Dorothy Jensen, 90 Dorothy lensen of Kimball died peacefully Monday, Aug. 26, 2013, at the Heritage House of Kimball. She was 90. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31, at the Kimball United Method- ist Church with Pastor Ken Felska officiating. Interment will be at the Kimball Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30, at the Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel in Kimball, with a prayer service at 7 p.m. Visitation also will be one hour prior to the Service.. Dorothy Lucille Jensen was born June 29, 1923, in Kingston Township to Archie and Myrtle (Cates) Magnuson. She gradu- ated from Kimball High S:hool in 1942, and married George W. lensen in Kingston April 28, 1945; he preceded her in death Sept. 25, 1997. She was the true meaning of a farmer's wife, working side by side with her husband. In addi- tion to farming, she worked for many years as a bookkeeper for the Kingston Creamery and Land O' Lakes Oil Co. in Kimball. They moved to Kimball in 1995, and Esther Pauly, 72 Esther Pauly died peacefully at her Cold Spring home Mon- day, ,ug. 26, 2013, surrounded by her family, after a long battle with cancer. She was 72. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 29, at St. Nicholas Catho- lic Church in St. Nicholas with Fr. Don Wagner and Fr. Thomas Olson officiating. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, at Ertl Funeral Home in Watkins, and also one hour prior to services at the church Thursday. Inurnment will be in the St. Anthony Catholic Cemetery in Watkins. Esther B. Pauly was born july 3, 1941, near Watkins to John and Hildegard (Boeckman) Bates. Esther graduated from St. Boni- face High School in Cold Spring in 1959. She furthered her educa- tion to become a Certified Nursing Assistant and she worked in the health care profession for many years. Sept. 29, 1962, Esther was united in marriage to David Pauly at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Watkins. They farmed near Watkins until 1980 when they moved to a farm near Sebeka. They have resided in Cold Spring since 2006. Esther was a member of the St. Nicholas Catholic Church in St. Nicholas. She was also a mem- ber of the SebekaAmerican Legion Auxiliary Post #456. Esther was preceded in death by her parents, and her brother-in- law Roger Lawler. i1111 iii ................ [Fune!,,,OI Care ;lb I 8,,rlal nd Cremation Services View obituaries, gttestbooks and videos on-line Kimball (320) 398-5055 Church 40bit. grandson Tyler Jensen. She is survived by two sons George D. (and Diane) Jensen of Melrose, and Larry (and Lois) lensen of Kimball; six grand- children: Kelli (and Tom) Schreiner, Eric (and Lisa) Jensen, Kurt lensen, Ross (and Melissa) Jensen, Kevin Jensen and 10 great- grandchildren. She is also sur- vived by her brother Rodney Magnuson of Litchfield: Pallbearers will be Tom and Kelli Schreiner, Ross, Kevin, and Eric Jensen, and Craig Anderson. Thursday, August 29, 2013 Tri-County News *w Kingery family in concert at Kimball Church of Christ The Kingery family will be in concert at the Kimball Church of Christ 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8. The church is located at 241 state Highway 55 West in Kim- ball, phone (320) 398-3660 if any questions. The Kingery family from cen- tral Minnesota began as a family of 10: Mike, Chris, and their eight children singing and minister- ing together through music. It has grown to include two sons-in-law, and four grandchildren! They have enjoyed singing together for the past eight years. They sing primar- ily gospel bluegrass music while also incorporating fiddle, patri- otic, Americana, and a capella. Their combination of tight harmo- nies, t/plifting songs, and family unity are sure to encourage. The Kingery family's hope is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ and to point others to Him. she moved to Heritage House in March of 2012. She was a member of the Kingston American Legion Auxiliary, and the Kimball United Methodist Church. Dorothy was a great cook and well known to many for her homemade angel food cakes. Any day she could spend with family and extended family was a great day for her. Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents; her husband George, sisters Helen Anderson and Alice Anderson. and great- She is survived by her [us- band David of Cold Springi children Steven Pauly of Hewitt, Allen (and Kim) Pauly of Sebeka, Michael (and Deb) Pauly of Clifton Park N.Y., Theresa (and Jeff) Lange of Fargo, N.D./Bangkok, Thailand, Marge (and Tom) Phillipp of Cold Spring, Diane Pauly of New Hope; 12 grandchildren; brother and sisters Dave Bates of Watkins, Pat (and Roger) Hennen of Sartell, Bev (and Don) Schmitt of Watkins, Mary Lawler of Watkins, and Debra Bates of Chaska. Music will be by ]ulene Faber- Andrusick. Arrangements were by Ertl Funeral Home of Watkins. Kimball Area _ Emergency " Food Sheif._:, Inc. St. Anne's Church in Kimball Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-221 1 For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches. II '11111111111 '11111111111111 Suicide Prevention Month events planned at St. Cloud VA In recognition of September as Suicide Prevention Month, the St. Cloud VA asks individuals to show their support for veterans in crisis and help raise awareness of the VA mental health services vet- erans have earned. In support of these objectives, several events are planned and the public is invited to attend and participate in the events. Thursday, Sept. 12, at 7 p.m., Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training is being offered at the St. Cloud Public Library's Missis- sippi Room. Gatekeeper training programs offer participants the knowledge to respond to someone in crisis and can save lives. Saturday, Sept. 14, a 2K Walk/ Run/Stroll & Roll is planned from 9 a.m. to noon, on the VA campus in St. Cloud. The event is open to veterans, families, and the pub- lic. The two kilometer course is an easy distance that allows most participants to complete it during a short period of time. Participants can complete the 2K anytime between 9 a.m. and noon. There is no pre-registration, and partic- ipants should check-in at Bldg. 92 (Reid Bldg.). Please park in the two visitor's parking lots located south of the main emrance in Building 1. There is no cost for this event. Friday, Sept. 20, from 2-3 p.m., dramatist Jennifer Tuder will pres- ent her story of survival in the VA Auditorium, located in Bldg. 8. This one-woman play powerfully describes Tuder's experiences fol- lowing the death of her father from suicide. This event is open to the public and there is no cost for the event. For more information about these events please contact Mary 1o Pine at (320) 252-1670 ext. 6719. Pedal Pilgrimage had beautiful day This year we had more pilgrims than ever from around the area from Dassel, Kimball, Litchfield, St. Joseph, Belgrade, New London, South Haven, Elrosa, and Long Prairie. It was a beautiful day- for a pilgrimage. The group is pictured outside of the Church of St. Nicholas in St. Nicholas. Submitted photo. The bikers on the 2013 Pedal Pilgrimage enjoyed nearly perfect cycling weather as they made their way from St. Gertrude's Catholic Church in Forest City to the Grass- hopper Chapel in Cold Spring, Minn. The sun was out, and tem- perature of a slight head wind was cool and pleasant. Once the 14 pil- grims climbed out of the river flats around Forest City they had noth- ing but rolling hills heading north on CSAH 2. The pedal pilgrimage com- bines physical and spiritual exer- cise. The pilgrims stop at churches at Watkins and St. Nicholas, along the 20-mile route to pray, visit and snack. It is always a fun event. Just enough exercise to feel a sense of accomplishment and just enough prayer to grow in appreciation for God's love for humanity and his- torical miracles attributed to the Blessed Mother Mary in otrr area. The pilgrims joined about 300 people atop of Chapel Hill for Mass. Afterwards they had pizza in town and were either picked up by friends and family or were driven back to Forest City to load up their bikes. The pilgrimage is always on Aug. 15, the feast of the Assump- tion, and open to folks of all faith traditions. ............................. ................................................................................................................ __ ....... :;;i; ......... assionate Care :: ua.. iL cup of coffee & ,-=-Jr  visit with us! ..... ::lEm amenmes I  ....... to meet  Heritage House of Kimball Assisted Liviag at its Finest For Inore information: Joyoe Quasi, LPN/Manager (320) 398-8643 Christian Women meet Sept. 12 "Fall Fashion's in the Air!" That's the theme for a great brunch you won't want to miss at Reichel's Event Center, Annandale at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 12. Come and enjoy a wonderful meal and style show put on by A Wreath ot Franklin of Buffalo. To wrap up the morning, speaker Dorothy Rup- pert of Winona will speak about "A Better Plan" as she unfolds how many of her plans were shattered as she raised an adopted daughter with mental illness. Make reser- vations by calling Shereee before 8 p.m. at (320) 963-6625, Dawn at (612) 723-3905, or e-mail lilred. schramm@gmail.corn. This event is sponsored by Stonecroft Minis- tries. Conference at St. Wendelin Church Sept. 21 To all Catholic women in the St. Cloud Diocese: The St. Cloud Diocesan Council of Catholic Women invites you to attend the 60th Annual Conference Saturday, Sept. 21. It is hosted by the Cold Spring Deanery and will be held at St. Wendelin Church, Luxemburg, 22714 State Highway 15. The theme is "60 years of Lead- ing Women in Faith and Service". The conference begins at 8 a.m. and includes refreshments, busi- ness meeting, keynote talk by Fr. Tom Knoblauch, Mass, lunch, Commission presentations, prayer and door prizes. Registration fee is $15 by Sept. 15; $20 after; please mail to: Dolores Braun, PO Box 197, Eden Valley MN 55329. For additional information, contact Arleen Roelike, St. Cloud DCCW president at (320) 282-9941, or aroelike8@gmail, com.