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We would like to thank friends and family for words of com- fort, prayers, gifts, and sympa- thy through the difficult time in the passing of our beloved hus- band, father, grandpa, Ben Eder. A special thank you to Kimball Church of Christ, Pastor Steve, and Dingmann Funeral Care for your comforting words and beautiful tribute to Ben. Thank you to the staff at Hilltop Health Care Cen- ter for your great care. And special thanks to Frank and Sharon Eder for being there for us, and all you did during our time of need. Ruthie Eder, Deb & Larry Valiant family, John & Lynn Eder, Gwen & Gary Koshiol family, and Robin & Mike Ferrian family The family of Kyle Patrick Becker would like to thank all who had phoned, sent cards, flowers, gifts, brought food, came to visit, extended their sympathy and prayers, and helped us through this difficult time. A special thank you to the Dingmann Funeral Home, and Assumption parish, to Ft. Jerome, and Fr. Ron Dockendorf, for their comforting words and prayers. Also to the musicians, the guitar group, and all who helped with the service, and to those who prepared and served food after the service. Everyone's time, talent, and effort is very much appreciated. Your special love for Kyle has been shown through all that you have done for us. God bless you all for being there for us. The family of Kyle Becker The family of Dorothy lensen thanks everyone for their acts of kindness at the time of_Doro- thy's passing. We so appreciate the cards, phone calls, memorials and your presence at the visitation and her funeral. Your many differ- ent expressions of sympathy will never be forgotten. A special thank you to Pastor Ken Felska and the Kimball United Methodist Church members for their time and assis- tance with the funeral and lunch. An extra special thank you to Joyce Quast and the staff of Heritage House for their compassion and excellent care during her stay. George and Diane Jensen Larry and Lois Jensen Thanks for the presentation about autism Thank you to Marc Berris for the presentation "Autism Aware- ness for First Responders," Mon- day, Sept. 30, at the Watkins Ele- mentary School. This was hosted by the Watkins Ambulance & Rescue Squad. As a speaker and presenter, Marc was very informa- tive, being the father of a son with autism. Thanks to EV-W school for the use of the building. Thanks goes also to Jeannie Geislinger and Adam Teicher for assistance; and to the EMS volunteers for attend- ing to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder, and the peo- ple you help. We want to thank the Litchfield McDonald's for the beverage they Community i,i i .......... Birth Schmieg Phoenix Russell Schmieg was born Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. He weighed 9 pounds, one-half ounce, and measured 21 inches long. Parents of the new baby boy are Camillia Morris and Russel Schmieg of Kimball. Kingston Lions Blood Drive Oct. 15 The Kingston Lions are plan- ning a Blood Drive to be 2-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, at Kingston Com- munity Center, 30840 722nd Ave- nue in Kingston. (See page 6 for pre-donation tips.) For appointments or informa- tion, please call Sandy Smith at (320) 398-8025. Please bring photo ID or donor card. Daycare will be provided. provided. EV Library seeks WatkinsAmbulance & Rescue volunteers Attention KHS Class of 1959 " :" --- ! _.. , i- ' A"" imm The Eden Valley Area Library --- wantsyou. We are looking to form TotheKimballClassof1959, we M P0t Roastl)/nner  a Jr. Volunteer Committee to help askyou to save the date of Aug. 13, i plan activities for EV-W teens. 2014. We plan to meet for a reunion 0p.m. I;]l Please stop by the library during at 4p.m. at Triple R Grill and Bar [ m,mmm:e HI C0v rml:t  nitlilh: any of these times: Tuesday from in Kimball. Por more information, 3-6, Wednesday from 12-3, Thurs- please call Marlene at (320)558-  day from 3-6, Friday from 5:30-8, 2858, or Jane at (320) 236-7416.  Saturday from 9-12 noon, to pick Jr. Aux. Oct. 24 ...,.,, coles up an application. There are many volunteer opportunities available Halloween party ,,0 :H to match your schedule! We look forward to visiting with you and The Junior Auxiliary of the 5-11):$5 i hearing some ofyourideas aswell. American Legion will have their If you have any questions please annual Kids Halloween Party at call or text, Judy at (320) 266-5515, 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24. orSandyat (320) 237-6015. This will be at the Kimball Activities in October American Legion Post 261. Tim Story Hour - Oct. 11 - 9:30- Diffley will provide music. There 0., j lla.m, will be games, tattoos, prizes, P.E.N. Writer's group - Oct. 9 candy, refreshments and snacks. and Oct. 23-5:30-7 p.m. This is free of charge, and there Healthy Communities Partner- will be drawings for prizes and fun ship mtg. Oct. 23 - 6:30 p.m. for all. Wear your costumes. October 12 Sunday; Oct. 20 Community Center KAnton local & Page 3 iMRHiiiii III]1 il i AMERICAN LEGION FRIDAY Oct, 11 Watkins Le Saturday, October 6 8 am- 5 pm ;aturday, October 12 8 am - 3 pm n call Lisa at m ii lib St. John's Lutheran Church 5 th Annual Sunday, October 13 Willo Creek Park Sheltero Kimball Pork Chop Dinner  Wing 10".30a.m. to 1:00p.m. _',m'  T-I - ,  il A variety of sdent items make this event wt go future story. TICKETS Adults: $8.50 *Children 10 & under : $5.00 *Children under 3: FREE