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Pa ,ea Thursday, September 22, 2011 ball, MN Obituaries Letter to the E&tor ofabortioninournation. Todate 400,000 people of faith and con- science have joined together to Erica Caudill, 41 40 Days for Life pray and fast for an end to abor- tion; 4,313 children have been Erica Marie Caudill of St. Cloud In America alone, a nation that has overwhelmingly taken a peel- saved from abortion. Those with died Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011, was founded on an unalienabletion in favor of abortion. Clearly, abortion experiences in their past at the Hennepin County Medical right to life, endowed by our Cre- our culture has turned away from have found healing; 14 abortion Center in Minneapolis. She was 41. ator, more than 1,200,000 inno- God. This may seem like cause for facilities have gone out of business A memorial service will be held cent children are killed by abor- despair but scripture reminds us: and other abortion facilities have at 12 noon Wednesday, Sept. 28, tion in the United States each year. "If my people, who are called by experienced sharp setbacks, cut- at the Daniel Funeral Home in However, it's not only children that my name, will humble themselves ring back hours and closing down St. Cloud. Visitation will be from are affected, millions of women and pray and seek my face and for days at a time. Forty Days for 11 a.m. until noon at the funeral have been wounded by abortion, turn from their wicked ways, then Life requires lots of prayer, hard home. rsome physically, and many more I will hear from heaven and will work and personal sacrifice. Please Erica Marie was born May 30, emotionally and spiritually, and forgive their sin and will heal their make a decision today to take 1970, in Fort Thomas, Kentuckyto :fathers who have lost children to land." (2 Chronicles 7:14) action. Call or e-mail Judy at (320) Loreen L. Hess. She attended New- abortion have been shoved to the There is reason to have great 453-7592, or, port, Ky. High School. Erica Marie sidelines, abandoned to lives of hope. That hope is found in a sim- for more information, or check out was a make-up artist and cosme- regret. Our children have been pie, highly effective, prolife cam-, for the rest tologist. She loved spending time sold a lie about so-caned sex- paign known as 40 Days for Life. of the story. REMEMBER: All that with her friends, and family, espe- ual freedom without being ade- The Fall campaign will beginis required for evil to triumph is for cially her nieces and nephew, quately warned about the long- Sept. 28-Nov. 6, 2011. Please join a few men/women to do nothing. Erica Marie was preceded in term cons~uences of promiscu-this action of prayer, fasting and Prayerfully submitted, death by grandparents Grace ity and sin. ,The national media peaceful vigil to end the atrocity JudyHaag Crank, Chester Crank, and Pau- ers Season (and David) Kryzer of line Caudill. Milaca, John (and Denise) of Dry ELCA Women meet Oct. 25 aarria~ Encounter She is survived by her mother Ridge, Ky., Bryce, Katy, Ethan, and Loreen and father Rodney H. Hess Alissa Hess, all of Zimmerman. ELCA Women of the Crow River as guest speaker. Workshops will Oct 15"16 of Zimmerman, sisters and broth- Conference Fall Gathering be held for all officers of all Crow Put life back into your loving The women of the ELCA CrowRiver Conference churches at 5:30 relationship by attending a Mar- George 'Roger' Jurgens, 80 River Conference will meet Tues- p.m. riage Encounter weekend at the day, Oct. 25, at Peace Lutheran The cost of the event is $9, St. Francis Center in Little Falls! George "Roger" Jurgens of Church, 140 N. Saturn, in Cosmos. and tickets must be purchased in For more than 30 years, St. Cloud South Haven died Tuesday, Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. advance by Oct. 11, from your unit National Marriage Encounter has sept. 13, 2011, at the St. Cloud Hos- with a meal at 5 p.m. treasurer or Pat Johnson, 5661 eli- enriched thousands of marriages pital. He was 80. The Gathering begins at 6 p.m. ver Avenue SW, Cokato, MN 55321 in Minnesota. The next weekend Funeral services were held at with Carrie Van Epps, a retired RN (320) 286-2018. Tickets are trans- will be held on Oct. 15-16, this fall. 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 16, at Concor- living in Willmar, who has been ferable, but not refundable. No To get further information, please dia Lutheran Church in Fairhaven a volunteer to Liberia five times, tickets will be sold at the door. call (320) 252-3220, or on the Inter- with Rev. Timothy Nerud offi- net: ciating. Burial followed at the Fairhaven Cemetery. Friends called from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel in Kimball, and one hour prior to the service Friday at the church. A prayer service was at 7 p.m. Thurs- day at the funeral home. George Roger Jurgens was b0rn June 1931, in Grove Lake to George and Gertie (Forney) He is survived by his wife Mar- institutions nationwide open their loaded. One ticket is permitted per lurgens. George was baptizedtha; children Roland (and Betty) doors free of charge to Smithson- household and per e-mail address. Aug. 2, 1931, and confirmed of Clearwater, Robert (and Cindy Jan magazine readers and Smith- The Stearns History Museum is Sept. 12, 1944. He was united in Lincoln) of South Haven, Kathleen visitors. Attendees outstate Minnesota's only nation- marriage July 20, 1952, to Martha (and Darrel) Kotila of Litchfield, must present a Smithsonian Mag- ally. accredited history museum Hillstrom at Concordia Lutheran and Susan Froelich of Fargo, N.D.; azine's Museum Day admissionwith a two-level 8,500 sq.ft. Church in Fairhaven. George sisters Bernice Carsten of Glen- Smithsonian Magazine Seventh Annual Museum Day The Stearns History Museum ticket to gain free entry for up to Exhibit Gallery, Theater, Hands- announces its participation in two people. The ticket is available on Children's Gallery, Research the seventh annual free admis- in the September issue ofSmithso- Center, and Museum. Sotore set !n Museum Day on Saturday, nian Magazine or at the Museum a 100,acre natnr(~park. The Muge. 24, sponsored by Smithso- Day website at wn~ew.smithson- una'sfocusistheh~storyiOfStearns nianMagazine. M ..... "~ i ....../ ...... day, where the County and central Minfiesota: uaV: en mu oum ann ff fiia a0mte 10n tlcK0t can fl0Wn-- fi 06[ MgO g ' at The Stearns History Museum is located at 235 33rd Avenue South in St: Cloud. Call (320) 253-8424 for more information about this event or the Museum. worked as a milk truck driver wood, andJeanetteRohloffofBuf- before becomingself-employed as falo; 12 grandchildren Shannon, sCSU introduces the fall series of Women on Wednesday a dairy farmer. After retiring from Stacy, Stephanie, Corinne, Crys- : St. Cloud State's Women Cen- With passion and purpose to Oct. 12 the dairy farm, George bought tal, Catherine, Jennifer, Candace,. ter is introducing the fall series of end sexist oppression, the Wom- Marriage Equality and LGBT Belgian horses and loved work- Daniel, Rachael, Matthew, and "women on Weflne flay" noon, en' Genter pr0m0tc a afe, inclu- Activism: t/caching OUT Through ingwlth them, often giving sleigh Heather; 15 great-grandchildren Sept. 21, at Atwood Theater in sive and engaged community Technology and hay rides. He was a member of Naomi, Jack, Delainy, Sawyer, Atwood Memorial Center. This through advocacy, education, alli- Oct. 19 Concordia Lutheran Church, and Hayden, Gunner, Gretta, Gillda, season's theme "What's Our Sta- ance-building and women's lead- Blogging as resistance to Fat a former member of the Fairhaven Jayante, Quinten, Kyza, Kailee, t~S? Women, Technology and ership. Oppression in the U.S. Lions Club. George served as a Preston, Wesley, and Isabelle. Social Media" will focus on the Upcoming presentations of the Oct. 26 Sunday School teacher, was on The pallbearers were Kenny, impact 0fcurrenttechn010gies on W0Wserie$: Privacy and Safety/Stalking the church council, served on the Dennis and Sheri Ruehle, Keith, women, their safety and their per- Sept. 28 Technologies local school board, and served as Brandon, and Justin Brinkman. serial and professional lives. The Second Wave of Women's Nov. 2 a FairhavenTownship Supervisor. Honorary pallbearers were Tom The first session of the series, Movement and Social Media: Is Living in Pornland George is preceded in death by Boelz, Ronald "Butch" Seth, Jake Technology Detox, will be led by there really a generation gap? Nov. 9 his parents Gertie and George; sis- Seth, and William Pramann. Heather LaMarre, a faculty mem- Oct. 5 From Dr. Suess to Porn ters Augusta Anderson and Pearl Laura Thurk provided the music ber in the School of Journalism Organizations for Justice: Mod- Nov. 16 Elwood; and brothers Donald and for the service, and Mass Communication at the els for Activism and Outreach Pornography's Effect on Men- Clinton Jurgens. University of Minnesota. Online Impact on Women i Kimbali Area I e .................... m, ....I Amenities to meet your needs: ] Emergency I ] Food Shelf _ q ] 3 meals per clay & snacks line. ;e 1il: ChurchSCheduledactivities,eXercise and activiti, [ St. Anne's Church in Kimball J includingHousekeeping/laundrymaSs 3 times/me. I io : i0i45 a.m.Tues.~urs, lj ] services [ month: 5:30.6:30 p.m. ] I:' Medication otvieo with l For after-hours emergencies, ] li 24 hours per day [ call one of the area churches. ] www'dingmannfuneral'cm House of Kimball www.tricou ntynews. M N .istea Living at its Finest