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PAGE 4 September 22, 2016 Loran Eull, 89 Loran Eull died Friday, Sept. 16, Valley in 1967. Loran was proud to 2016, at Hilltop Health Care Center be a dairy farmer. He served as an in Watkins. He was 89. Eden Lake Township Supervisor. Mass of Christian Burial was He was an active member of at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Assumption Catholic Church. He Assumption Catholic Church in was also a member of Paynesville Eden Valley with Rev. Aaron Nett Knights of Columbus St. Louis officiating. Burial was in the par- Council and Catholic United ish cemetery. Visitation was from Financial. 4-8:30 p.m. Monday, at Williams Loran was preceded in death Dingmann Family Funeral Home by his parents; son Douglas; in Eden Valley, and one hour prior and siblings Selmer Eull and Lee to the services Tuesday at the Hanrahan. church. Parish prayers were at He is survived by his wife of 7:30 p.m. Monday at the funeral 63 years Betty of Eden Valley; home. children Tony (and Barb) of Loran W. Eull was born Paynesville, Carol (and Rick) May 20, 1927, in St. Michael to Stanoch of Holdingford, Paul William and Leona (Jaeb) Eull. (and Nancy) of Rochester, Stan of He married Betty Meister Oct. 25, St. Joseph, and Lori (and 1952, in Corcoran. They lived in Terry) Lygre of St. Joseph; sis- St. Michael until moving to Eden ters and brother Alpha Martin, Labelle Zeller, and Marvin Eull; 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. rlcoun news. (obituaries are posted as we receive them, and shared on Facebook) guestbooks and NOW OPEN! Connected to Heritaqe House of Kimball Heritage House of Kimball 1 & 2 bedroom plus omm6ni{y awareness to iocai businesses and brganizatibnK and the impO b ce ...... of doing business near home; in other words: "Shop Local." You'll be surprised to learn about our local businesses and how much they contribute to our communities! Owner: Denise Donnay ~: I purchased my shop from Kerry Nolan May 1, 2010. Before that, I had been in the salon business since I was 14. I purchased Cost Cutters in 2003, and then sold that business in 2005 choosing to be a stay-at- home mother until my children were all in school. Our Employees: I have a wonderful independent stylist who works with me: Holly Froehling. What do we do? We perform hair services: cuts, colors, highlighting, perms, and facial waxing. I also sell hair products. What sets us apart: My story is somewhat unique: I grew up in the hair industry with my parents being a barber and stylist. They owned and operated City Looks and Cost ! Denise Donnay (left) and Holly Froehling are ready to provide any hair services you may need. Cutters salons. Starting at the age of 14, I worked as a receptionist, growing my knowledge of the business before attending Regency Beauty Academy. I started managing one of my parents' stores, and later purchased the salon. I feel I got the best of both worlds when it comes to training: What I learned from my parents about outstanding customer service and how to run a successful business, and the technical training at Regency gave me the success and experience of owning my current salon. Our customers: My customers are men, women and children from the local and surrounding communities. I also have clients from the St. Cloud area. Community involvement: I am a member of the Chamber of Commerce, support school activities through the local paper, and we are active in our church. Right now, we are very active in our children's lives from junior high to high school ages. Contact info.: Email; Tel. (320) 980-6201; and we're on Facebook. m St. Wendelin's supper Oct. 1 St. Wendelin parish is spon- 4:30-7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. soring a roast beef supper from Mary Hall in Luxemburg. 1 at St. John's Lutheran pork chop dinner Oct. 9 St. John's Lutheran Church, 4-12 $5 (advance $4), age 3 and Kimball, plans their pork chop younger are free. dinner and silent auction for Auction items: Lawn dump 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday,trailer, taxidermy, "Beaver Island Oct. 9, at Willow Creek Shelter. Brewery" beer tasting & dinner, Auction starts at 11 a.m. baked goods, jewelry, miscella- Dinner prices are $8.50 for neous baskets, certificates, crafts adults, (advance $8), Children and more. Holy Cross Fish Fry Oct. 28 Holy Cross Catholic Parish, 4-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28. Take out is Pearl Lake (Marty), Minn. plans available. to have their Fish Fry from Mass for health care professionals set for Oct. 9 All health care profession- needs of those we walk with," said als are invited to a Mass at Annette Jesh, parish health min- I0:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 9, cel- istries coordinator for St. Cloud ebrated by Bishop Donald Hospital "This service gives us Kettler at Sacred Heart Chapel of an opportunity to join with oth- St. Benedict's Monastery in ers in our health professions to be St. Joseph. Bishop Kettler will offer thankful for our gifts and to renew a special blessing during the Mass our commitment." for the hands of health workers Masses honoring health care in recognition of the caring out- professionals are sometimes reach practiced by those in medi- called "white Masses," taking their cal professions. The music will be name from the white coat most led bythe St. Benedict's Monastery commonly worn by those in the Schola. A light reception in the medical field. The tradition of the Sacred Heart gathering space fol- White Mass in the United States lows theMass, originated in the development Health care workers from all of the national Catholic Medical faiths are welcome to attend as Association in the early 1930s. Last wellasfamil[6friendsandspouses, year, the tradition was reintro- "Health care is sacred work. It duced in this diocese. The Mass is soulful work," said Bret Reuter, takes place just before the feast of director of mission and spiritual St. Luke (Oct. 18), the patron saint care at St. Cloud Hospital. "We of physicians and surgeons. need grace - God's grace - to be The collection taken during present to patients, families and Mass will benefit Project H.E.A.L. our colleagues in a manner that, (Health, Education, Access, as our mission suggests, reflects Link), an outreach program of the healing mission of Jesus. CentraCare Family Health Center "The Mass for health care pro- that offers free health screenings fessionals," he said, "celebrates the and basic care at various Central sacred work of caring for the sick Minnesota locations for those who among us and calls upon God's have little or no insurance. grace that we may be vessels of The event is sponsored by the God's loving, healing presence to Diocese of St. Cloud, Sisters of all those we serve." St. Benedict, St. Cloud Hospital and "We have been called and St. Benedict Senior Community of shaped to minister in our health CentraCare Health in partnership care career and God is waiting for with the College of St. Benedict us to respond, with mercy, to the and St. John's University. CO-OP Sibley Ave. N Litchfield 320-693-7539 Store Hours Mort - Fri: 9 am - 7 pm Sat: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm