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Church. Obit. Kyle Becker, 25 Kyle Becker of Eden Valley died in a truck accident Friday morn- ing, Sept. 20, 2013. He was 25. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, at Assumption Catholic Church in Eden Valley with Rev. Jerome Naduvathaniyil O.S.B. and Rev. Ronald Dockendorf officiating. Burial followed in the parish cem- etery. Visitation was from 4-9 p.m. Tuesday at Assumption Catholic Church, and from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the church. Par- ish prayers were said at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the church. Kyle Patrick Becker was born Nov. 17, 1987, in Paynesvilleo Gary and Jeanette (Bischof) Becker. He was a member of Assump- tion Catholic Church where he started lecturing, was in the Gui- tar Group, and helped each year with the confirmation retreat. Kyle worked at Spee-Dee Delivery in St. Cloud for three years, and he recently started driving for Jack&apos;s Oil Distributing in Eden Valley• He attended Eden Valley- Watkins High School and grad- uated in 2006. He was active in band, drama, choir, speech, and he participated in many plays. Kyle enjoyed hunting, camping, concerts, bowling, movies, and music, especially playing guitar and singing• He loved spending time with family and friends. He will be remembered for his will- ingness to always help others and his sense of humor. Kyle was preceded in'death by his grandparents, infant sister Shannon, and many other loved ones who have gone before him. He will be greatly missed by his parents Gary and Jeanette of Eden Valley; sisters and brother: Stacey Becker of Maple Grove, Dustin Becker of St. Cloud, and Kallie Peter Hommerding, 48 Peter Hommerding of Kimball died Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. He was 48. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 27, at St. Wendelin's Catholic Church in Luxemburg. Visitation will be one hour prior to services at the church. Peter Joseph Hommerding was born Oct. 6, 1964, in St. Cloud to Virgil and Joan (Simon) Hommer- ding. He graduated from Kim- ball Area High School in 1983. He worked for many years for Hen- dricks Bus Service in Kimball. ttis specialty was working with tires which he did all his adult life. He was co-owner of Pro Tire Ser- vices LLC in Clearwater until 2008. He was an avid sports fan, and .played football in high school. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, and playing cribbage. Peter was preceded in death by his father Virgil Hommerding, and both sets of grandparents• He is survived by his mother Joan (Hommerding) Woyke of Kim- ball; two sons Clay of Cold Spring, and Zack of Osakis; his sisters The- resa (and Lyle) Goff of Coon Rap- ids, Patricia schmidt of Buffalo, Karen (and Scott) Pope of St. Cloud, and brother Chris Hommerding; nephews and nieces Brandon Goff, Abbey, Tiffany and Anita Hech- tel, and Rachel Schmidt, and Niko- las Hommerding; many aunts and St. Anne's Festival raffle winners The winners are announced for the raffles at St. Anne's Catholic Church Festival that took place Sunday, Sept. 15. Listed below are the prizes, fol- lowed by the winner's name: Cub Cadet Lawn Tractor - Dennis Becker $300 cash Hendricks Sand and Gravel - Kathy Tenney $300 cash A.M. Maus and Sons, Inc. - Steve Maus $2_50 cash John & Chris Donnay - Deb Libbesmeier $250 cash Thomas Ehlinger Agency- Dolores Nystrom $200 cash A.M. Maus and Sons, Inc. - Steve Roos $200 cash Fr. Tom Olson - Eli Mackereth • $200 cash Fire Trak - Ramona Olk $200 cash Hendricks Sand & Gravel- Launie Smith $100 cash Cindy Stelten Day- care- Steven Pawelski $100 cash Froehling Bros. Constr. - Abbey Schiefelbein $100 cash Schmidty's Tesoro - Theresa Gottschalk $100 cash Harvest Bank - Scott Rosenow uneral Care Burial aad Cremation Services. View obituaries, guestbooLs attd videos on-line Kimball • (320) 398-5055 $100 cash Harvest Bank - Kylie Van Nurden $100 cash Harvest Bank - Carolyn Chapp $100 cash Hilsgen Bobcat Ser- vice - Wayne Rathje $100 cash Hilsgen Bobcat Ser- vice - Julie Kieke $100 cash K-Bid - Irene Maske $100 cash Land O Lakes Oil Co. - Abbey Schiefelbein $100 cash - Rose Borman Day- care- Bernie Miller $100 cash :- Rose Borman Day- care - Rob Kuechle $50 cash Arvig Communica- tions- Maxine Fashant $50 cash Ertl Funeral Home - Kelly Hammerschmidt $50 cash Faber Building Sup- plies - Jim Fuchs $50 cash Farmers State Bank - Steve Welle $50 cash Young Brothers Con- struction - Tim Wills $30 cash Ag Venture- Don Serbus $25 cash Augusta Electric- Tim Zipoy $25 cash Tommy D's Detailing- Tim Everts $25 cash Walz Auction - Jerry Kimball Area . Emergency "r Food Shelf... Inc. St. Anne's'Church in Kimball I0 - 10"45 a m Tues/Thurs .............................. 7. ................ I......L...%7. .... . .................... .'. .... Also open 2nd Monday of the • month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-2211 For after*hours emergencies, call one of the area churches. Becker of Eden Valley; and many aunts, uncles, relatives and friends. Arrangements were made by Williams Dingmann Family Funeral Home in Eden Valley. In lieu of flowers, memorials are pre- ferred to the charity of the donor's choice. uncles, and friends. He will be sadly missed by all. Robinson $100 Gift Cert. Chad Spaulding Chirop. - John Keane $25 Gift Cert. Gohmann's Foods - Mary Ann Bechtold $25 Gift Cert. Knaus Sausage House - Delores Rice $25 Gift Cert. Knaus Sausage, House - Gloria Jacobs $10 Gift Cert. Chickadee Tree - Samuel Ehlinger $10 Gift Cert. Cold Spring Bak- ery- Ryan Spies $25 Oil Change, Kimball Garage - Chris Markwardt $116.95 Cert. Schaefer Electric - Vera Donnay #43 Cert. Denise's Defined Images - Chloe Konz Crock Pot, Stearns Electric - Keith Donnay Dinner for 2, Generations Ball- room - Lynn Adolph Queen-size quilt by Barb Hoff- mann- Tony Kuechle 1 full-size quilt by Barb Hoff- mann - Steve Gohman 1 full-size quilt by Diane Gavin - Coleen Smelter Thursday, September 26, 2013 Tri-County St. Wendelin's breakfast Sept. 29 St. Wendelin's parish of Lux- emburg will serve an all-you-can- eat breakfast at Mary Hall from 8:30 a.m.-noon Sunday, Sept. 29. The menu includes ham and cheese omelets, sausage, pota- toes, applesauce, sweet rolls, toast, and beverages. Adults are-- $7, children ages 5-12 are $4, and children ages 4 and under are free. A bake sale and raffle draw- ing will also take place• Everyone is welcome. Assumption Parish Fall Beef Dinner Oct. 6 Assumption Parish in Eden Valley plans their Fall Beef Din- ner for 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun- day, Oct. 6. The menu includes roast beef, mashed potatoes/ gravy, coleslaw, corn, dinner rolls, homemade pies, coffee, and milk. Take-out is available. Prices are $8 for adults, $4 for ages 5-11, and ages 4 and younger are free. St. John's Lutheran Church of Kimball is planning their fifth annual pork chop dinner and silent auction for 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, at Willow Creek Park Shelter in Kimball. Ticket prices are $8.50 for adults, children 10 and younger are $5, and children 3 and younger are free. Auction starts at 11 a.m. Invite your family and friends. Christian Women's Club meets Oct. 10 "Going once, going twice. SOLD" That will be the sound of auctioneer Barb Weber in action at a ladies' brunch Thursday, Oct. 10, at Reichel's Event Center, Annandale, just for YOU. There will be a silent auction before the brunch• You can bring your donated canned and baked goods, plants, crafts, etc., between 8:30- 8:45 a.m. The silent bidding will start at 9 a.m. The live auction will fol-" low the meal, along with the fea- tured speaker Karen Fergu- son of Onalaska, Wis., whose theme is "From Brokenness to Forgiveness and Freedom". Make reservations by calling Dawn at (612) 723-3905, Sheree before 8 p.m. at (320) 963-6625, or e-mail lilred.schramm@gmaiL com. This event is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries. St. Anthony's 125th Anniversary Pictorial Directory- Sign Up Today Jan. 1, 2014, the Church of is no cost to participate, and every- St. Anthony in Watkins will begin it's year long recognition of its 125th anniversary. One important event is the new pictorial directory. Life Touch Directories will be doing the photography and production of the new books. This is a special direc- tory as it will mark the 125th Anni- versary of St. Anthony Church. It will have photographs depicting the early life of St. Anthony Church, as well as those of today's parish life. We encourage all of our parishio- ners to make an effort to be included in this important project. Parishio- ners can register for a photo session by going to St. Anthony's webpage at Just click on the Life'Touch Sign Up icon. There Weather/From page 5 MN AT A GLANCE: Moorhead Low 50 High 73 Duluth Low 45 High 67 Central Minn. Low 50 High 70 Twin Cities Low 55 High 75 Rochester Low 51 High 73 Marshall Low 53 High 76 Today: Partly cloudy, patchy fog early. High 70 Low 55 Wind: SE 10-15>20 mph. Prec. None Today's sunrise: 7:13 a.m. Today's sunset: 7:13 p.m. Normal High: 62 Normal Low: 41 The Temperatures will remain above normal through Thurs- day before a cold-front arrives for assionate Care TnK, ?u, tour ,, Stop in, have a ( . . . cup of coffee& L tony .. visit with us. amenities ..................... ............. I t o meet 00akHeriieritage House of Kimball ] " I Assisted Living at its Finest] your neeus. IVIVAVIII:Idt00|*I:I|[ollI.'I:I*iII*I|I00[.]II] For more information: Joyce Quast, LPN/Manager (320) 398-8643 ] body will get a free 8xl0 photo as well as a free directoij< Beginning in January, look for occasional articles on the church's history. We will also have a spe- cial 2014 calendar for our parish. Then on June 1, 2014, St. Antho- ny's will officially mark its 125th anniversary when Bishop LeVoir celebrates the Anniversary Mass at 2 p.m. St. Anthony's Council ot Catholic Women will host a recep- tion following the Anniversary Mass. We look forward to cele- brating this momentous year with our parish and our communities. Don't miss out on the first event. Sign up for your place in the Anni- versary Pictorial Directory today. Friday and temperatures cool-off a bit and return to more seasonal "readings• The winds will also pick- up out ahead of that .system as some rain chances move in for Fri- day and Saturday• Thursday: Mostly cloudy and breezy• High 72 Low 57 Wind: SE 15-20 mph Prec. None Friday: Cloudy, with 40-percent chance of showers• High 64 Low 48 Wind: SW/NW 10-15 mph Prec. Trace-.25" Saturday: Variable cloudiness, 40-percent chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms• High 63 Low 46 Wind: SW 5-10 mph Prec. Trace-.30" Sunday: Partly cloudy• High 66 Low 46 Wind: SW 5-10 mph Prec. None St. John's dinner Oct. 13