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at Mary Hall. Ralph C. Massmann was born May 7, 1928, in Rockville Township in Stearns County, to Henry and Mary (Eickhoff) Massmann. He married lean Kath June 19, 1952, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Sank Rapids. Ralph owned and operated a dairy farm in the Lux- emburg area all of his life. Throughout his life, Ralph enjoyed bowling, playing cards, trips to the casino, ice fishing and spearing. He especially loved the time he spent with his family. Ralph is preceded in death by his parents; daughter Cindy in 2006; one granddaughter Mary; brother Eugene; sister Odelia; and one infant sister. He is survived by his wife of 58 years Jean; children Ken- neth (and Bonnie), Jerome (and Pam), Gordon, Francis (and Kathy), Paul (and Sue), Patricia (and Jeff) Yaroscak, and Donald (and ]oAnn); 23 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters Joseph, Edmund, Cyril, Marie, Felix, Daniel, and Cathe- rine; and many nieces and neph- ews. A special thank you to the staff at Centra Care Dialysis. Lyle 'Bud' Reid, 82 Lyle "Bud" Reid died Friday, Dec. 10, 2010, at his Annandale home. He was 82. Memorial services were held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15, at Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel in Annandale with Pastor Luke Nelson officiating. Burial was in Fairhaven Cemetery. Friends called from 4-7 p.m. Tuesday and one hour prior to the service, both at the funeral home. A prayer service was held at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Lyle Edward "Bud" Reid was born April 27, 1928, at home in rural Faribault County to John and Annie (Blome) Reid. He served his coun- try in the U.S. Navy. Lyle was united in marriage to Lois Pearl Clayton June 25, 1965. Bud worked in construction for Barbarossa in St. Cloud, in the heat- treat department at Char-Lynn Fac- tory in Minneapolis, as a machine operator at Sun Plastic in Clear- water, and he mowed sod fields for Mary Smith. He enjoyed fishing, reading, watching western movies, and spending time in the outdoors. Lyle was preceded in death by his parents, and brother Lester Reid. He is survived by Lois, his wife of 45 years; children Rhonda Thiel- bar of Poulsbo, Wash., Pam Reid of Waterviile, and Roxanne (and Tom) 81echta of Waseca; five grandchil- dren and six great-grandchildren; sisters Norma Matthees of South Haven, Delores Schmidt of Fair Haven, and Fay (and John) Lemke of South Haven; brothers Ralph (and Deloras) Reid of Annandale, and Willard (and Doris) Reid of Paynesville. Urn-bearer was John Lemke. Arrangements were by Dingmann Funeral Care of Annandale. Burial and Cremation Services View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line Kimball * (320) 398-5055 www.dingmannfuneral.c0m Check daily for new stories at (obituaries are posted as we receive them) '-- "_ ; " .... -i www.tricou ntynews. M N Mrs. Niemi's fifth-grade class on the day of their D.A.R.E. graduation at Kimball Elementary School. St. Cloud Salvation Army's Christmas wish 200 More Bell Ringers Christmas is close, and dona- tions to the St. Cloud Salvation Army are down more than $10,000 compared to last year. In order for the St. Cloud Salvation Army to reach its 2010 Christmas Cam- paign goal of $165,000, an esti- mated 200 more bell ringers - each covering a four-hour shift - are needed between now and Christ- mas. "Bell ringing is a great way for individuals, families and groups to get involved in a fun Christmas activity that helps St. Cloud resi- dents in need," said Major Manuel Madrid, leader of the St. Cloud Sal- vation Army. Kettle donations and bell-ring- ing voluflteers have declined this year, presumably because of inclement weather. "We've had several days in which volunteers could nol~ be out- side because of the harsh temper- atures," Madrid said. "We deeply appreciate all of this year's bell ringers, and local residents for dropping money into our kettles." For more information about bell ringing, or to sign up, please call (320) 257-7423. Bell ringers help the St. Cloud Salvation Army serve count- less people in need. Last year the Lillejulaften service at Calvary The public is invited to a Norwe- service folder will be in Norwegian gian language worship service to be with fuUEnglish translation. held at Calvary Lutheran Church, 302 Men, women and children who OlenaAvenueinWlllmar.Theservice have a bunad (Norwegian festive is at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 23. costume) or Norwegian sweaters The service is called Lillejulaften are encouraged to wear them to the (Little Christmas Eve) and will fea- service. Fellowship time follows the ture Norwegian scripture reading, service with coffee and treats. prayers, sermon, and songs. The St. Cloud Salvation Army gave Christmas toys to 1,157 children and ~listributed 409 food baskets to families in need. In addition, Salvation Army volunteers visited and wished a merry Christmas to 396 seniors living in local retire- ment homes. Since 1898, The Salvation Army has been providing social and spiritual services to the St. Cloud area and surrounding communi- ties, with a mission to give peo- ple purpose, hearts hope, and souls redemption. In the last eight months, The Salvation Army staff has provided emergency assis- tance to 3,781 families and indi- viduals. The volunteer kitGhen staff served 46,456 meals during this time. To volunteer with The Salvation Army or to make a credit card donation, call (320) 252-4552. Checks made out to The Salvation Army can be sent to 400 Hwy 10 South, St Cloud, MN 56304. Visil~ for more infor- mation or to make an online dona- tion. Now offm4ng RESPITE CARE Ammenitles to meet your needs: 3 meals per day & snacks Scheduled ex clse and activlUes Church acUviUes, Ineludlng rrm, 3 tlmes/mo. Housekeeplng/laundry services - Medlcatlon sendces wlth LPN/RN sendces available 24 hours per (lay House of Kimball Assisted Living at its Finest ~- |