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, .,,~mm~a~Lma~ m~J~n~Jtt~Ai~m~mM~M~llm~MMS~dl~JIt , ' .' ~ " &l~Ld~.JIJILl;~W~UJ~i~m PlZlClrO 1 111P/' 1 Thursday, November 19,2009 I s Kimball, MN Obituaries All Saints Day at Holy Cross School St. John's hosts Clara Huberty, 93 Clara Huberty of Watkins died Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009, at Hilltop Care Center in Watkins. She was 93. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Watkins. Interment was in the St. Anthony Catholic Ceme- tery. Rev. John Brunner, Rev. Tony Hesse, and Rev. Ron Huberty offi- ciated. Clara M. Huberty was born Feb. 2, 1916, in Cold Spring to Theodore and Ottilia (Krier) Schreifels. She married Martin M, Huberty June 28, 1939, at St. Boniface Catho- lic Church in Cold Spring; he pre- ceded her in death in 2006. They resided in Watkins where Clara was a member of the St. Anthony Catholic Church and she was active with the Council of Catholic Women. Clara also was a member of the Watkins Senior Citizens. She enjoyed golfing, reading, and play- ing cards. She especially enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. Clara was preceded in death by her husband Martin; children David and Diane; brothers Fr. Fer- dinand OSB and Theodore; and sisters Mathilda Huberty, Theresa Menke, Rose Kraemer, and Mar- cella Schreifels. Kathryn Peterson, Kathryn Peterson of Watkins died Monday, Nov. 9, 2009, at her home. She was 58. Funeral services were Friday, Nov. 13, at the Ertl Funeral Home in Watkins with Msgr. Francis ~arvey officiating_ Interment wa~ in th0 l un Luthovan Camo- tery in Granite Falls. Kathryn M. Peterson was born March 5, 1951, at San Leandro, Calif. to Caleb and Kathryn (Crosby) Lund-Eide. She was the step-daughter of Sivert Eide. July 18, 1970, Kathryn married Duane Peterson at Bergen Lutheran Church in Montevideo. They resided in Watkins and Kathryn was employed at Animal Fair in Eden Valley for three years. She then became the bookkeeper for the Watkins Ambulance Service until the present time. Kathryn was especially proud of her son Jonathan, who has been active in the U.S. Army since 2001, and is currently stationed in Afghanistan. She enjoyed spend- ing time with her grandson Patrick and she was an avid football fan. She was preceded in death by her parents and step-father. Kathryn is survived by her hus- band Duane Peterson of Watkins; son Jonathan, stationed in Afghan- istan (and Julie) of Eden Valley; a 'Witness Workshop' Many Chrisuans would like She is survived by her children Elaine (and John) Quast of Rich- field, Mike (and Mary) Huberty The fifth and sixth grade of Holy Cross School presented their All of Eden Valley, Jim (and Mary) Saints Day program Friday Nov. 13. Presenting their favorite saints Huberty of Brooklyn Park, Jane from left to right starting with the back row: Abigail Ohmann, Mitch- (and Tim) Nephew of Moorhead; ell Kunkel, Bridgette Anderson, Tyler Konz, Samuel Ehlinger, Ali Weber, seven grandchildren; and sisters Tommy Lochen, Katrina Andrusick, Seahara Mancini, Brandon Hans, Barbara Nistler of Watkins, Marie and James Mancini. The entire school and guests were present to hear Roeser of Watkins, and Rita Lud- the glory of these saints. wig of Cold Spring. Music was provided by Kathy Christ Child Luncheon, Dec. 4 Pauls. Casket bearers were Tim Huberty,Dan Huberty, Casey The St. Ignatius CCW annual St. Cloud, Birthright of Monticello, Huberty,Greg Huberty, Andy Christ Child Luncheon will be Mary's Shelter and MCCL. Tickets Nephew, Lauren Nephew, and heldatSt.IgnatiusCatholicChurch, available at the door. $6 adults; $2 Beth Huberty. Arrangements are 35 Birch St. E., Annandale, from children under 12. by Ertl Funeral Home in Watkins. 10:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Festival of Cultures Nov. 21 at Dec. 4. Cookies and candy will be available at Santa's Sweet Shoppe. 58 Proceeds will go to Birthline of step-mother Pat Eide of Minneap- first Tuesday, monthly, at the Rose- tural influences), Japanese karate, olis; brothers Michael (and Jane) mary Home. Indian dance, Chinese song, dance to talk about their faith - the joy, hope and peace it gives them - but don't really know how. They may be afraid of saying the wrong thing, or of getting a negative reac- tion. St. John's Lutheran Church in Kimball is hosting a "Witness Workshop" designed to encourage Christians in their daily witness. It will demonstrate ways to witness confidently and comfortably. The workshop will be led by Mr. Craig Cooper, Director of Christian Out- reach at Trinity Lutheran Church, Sauk Rapids. The workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat- urday, Nov. 21. There is no cost for the event and lunch is included. Members of the community are welcome to attend. A phone call - (320) 398-7151 to make a reserva- tion would be.appreciated, as this will help with lunch preparations. St. John's is located at 8871 135th Street, in the northeast corner of the Greeley Edition housing devel- opment. If you have any questions, contact Dale Marohn (320) 326- 7598, or Pastor David Milz (320) 398-7151. CSB It takes the space shuttle roughly and kung fu, Chinese erhu (violin) 90 minutes to orbit the Earth. Sat- and American violin, Hmong dance, urday, Nov. 21, participants will be Vietnamese bamboo dance, African Pregnancy and able to circle the world while stay- dance and Colombian music. There ing firmly on the ground during the will also be a fashion show where infant-loss support 12th annual Festival of Cultures at students will model their cultural A pregnancy and infant-loss the College of Saint Benedict and clothing, and food samples will be support "Getting Through the Saint John's University: available from recipes students have Holidays" meeting is scheduled for The festival, which runs from selected to represent their culture. 7 p.m_ Tuesday, Dec_ 1, at Rose-[5 to 8 p_m. at Clemens Field House, There are 249 international stu- located at 724 S. SibleyAve. free and open to the public. It is semester, representing 37 coun- The meeting will be facilitated an event that celebrates the diver- tries. The festival also includes U.S. by Jan Pease, sity that exists on the CSB and SJU students who have a strong affiniW Come and participate in the campuses, to other countries as well as varying Worldwide Candle Lighting at" The festival includes music, cultures withintheU.S. 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13. "Light a entertainment, food and cultural The festival is sponsored by the candle in memory of all children booths from more than 30 cultures. International Student Program who have died," Performances include a Trini-Office at CSB and SJU, CSB Cull- Pregnancy and Infant-Loss dad parang (a type of music with nary Services, SJU Food Services, support group meets at 7 p.m. the Caribbean and Latin American cul- Cultural Affairs Board, CSB Student Development and SJU Student Development, Lurid of Jacobson, and Robert (andVikki)LundofPhoenix, Ariz.; Joint ecumenical Thanksgiving Annual breakfast father-in-law and mother-in-law- EldonandBettyPetersonofGran- worship to be held at Ostmark at St. Wendelin's ite Falls; brothers-in-law and sis- An ecumenical Thanksgiving The public is invited by these Sunday, Nov. 22, the Christian ters-in-law David and Kathy Peter- Eve worship service will be held communities to join the prayer fol- Women of St. Wendelin's Parish son of Clarkfield, Diane and Dan at Ostmark Lutheran Church at lowed by pie and fellowship in the will sponsor their annual break- Klein of Willmar, Denise and Brent 7:30 p.m. Wednesday evening, Nov. social hall of this year's hosting fast from 8:30 a.m. to noon atMary Severson of Niceville, Fla.; many 25. This service of Thanksgiving is church Ostmark Lutheran, just 12 Hall. The menu includes all-you- nieces and nephews; and special jointly sponsored by the three faith miles northeast of Litchfield off of can-eat Peps pork sausage, ham, friend Dorothy Hierlmaier of Wat- communities of Ostmark Lutheran Highway 24, or 7.5 miles southeast pancakes with toppings, scram- kins. Church ELCA, St. Gertrude's Cath- of Watkins. For more information bled eggs, fruit, toast, rolls, and Memorials are preferred to the olic Church, and St. Matthew's or directions, call (320) 693-8450. beverages. There will also be a Watkins Ambulance and Rescue United Church of Christ. bake and craft sale and raffle. Service equipment fund. Ammenities to meet your na, ds: Obituaries always can be found on-line at Burial and Cremation Services View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line Kimball (320) 398-5055 Kimball Area Emergency Foo She J ,. c. St. Anne's Church in Kimball 10 - 10:45 a.m. Tues./Thurs. Ais6op-6n-2ad M0naay of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-2211 For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches. Now offering RESPITE CARE 3 meals per day & snacks Scheduled exercise and activities Church activities, including mass 3 Umes/mo. Housekeeping/laundry services Medication services with LPN/RN services available 24 hours per day House of Kimball Assisted Living its Finest Mafiai