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Tuesday, August 6, 2013 Cold Spring Record Page 3 7-DAY FORECAST FOR COLD SPRING, MN Tuesday Thunderstorms possible Tue. night Mainly clear Wednesday Partly sunny; less humid Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Partial sunshine Clouds and sun Sunny Rain and a thun- derstorm Monday A morning shower :t ~;1 IiiIII Ii~1:I IFII~-i --='!II,10I IiiI1~ ='~II.i'] ReaiFeel RealFeel RealFeel RealFeel RealFeel FlealFeel RealFeel RealFeel The patented ReaIF~I Tem~ra~ is an exclusive index of effective temperature based on eight weather factors. 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AccuWeather sponsored by: Bluegrass & Thursday- Sunday August 8 - 11, 2013 Ronald J. Thul, 76 Thul, Ronald J., age 76, of St. Paul, formerly of Cold Spring, passed away peacefully, at home, surrounded by his family, on July 25, 2013. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM Tuesday, July 30 at Mueller-Bies Funeral Home in Roseville, MN. Preceded in death by son, John; and daughter, Mona Juer- gens. Survived by loving wife, Rosie; children, Daryl (Jennie) Corinne, Mark (Patty), Jennifer Juergens; grandchildren, Han- nalora, Andreas, Oliver, Caleb, Milo, Josephine & Olivia; sisters, Lenora Steman, Kathy Lovelace, Gladys (Dick) Kascht, Delores (Gene) Carroll, & Mary Jane (Jim) Gominsky. Ron was baptized & confirmed at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Cold Spring. He began his ca- reer as a teacher at Rocori High School and lastly worked for Lockheed Martin. A special thanks Allina Hos- pice for their wonderful care. Arrangements were by Mueller-Bies Funeral Home. +++++ Mary T. Gill, 56 Cold Spring March 21, 1957 - July 26, 2013 Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Richmond, MN for Mary T. Gill, age 56, who died Friday, July 26, 2013 sur- rounded by her family at the St. Cloud Hospital after a battle with cancer. Burial was in the parish cemetery. ....... Mary was bornin St. Cloud, MN to Sylvester ~nd Theresia (Schmitz) Sand Sr. Mary worked at Gold'n Plump for 30 years and retired in 2012. She was a NASCAR fanatic who also loved the Minnesota Twins and Vikings. Mary was a member of Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Catholic Order of Foresters and the Inde- pendent Order of Foresters. Survivors include her sons, Bob Jr. (Myra), Brian (Kelly); mother, Theresia Sand; siblings, Patricia Sand, Sylvester Sand Jr., Mark (Kayla) Sand, Peter Sand, Lisa (Dan) Lichte; grandchildren, Jamie, Trinity, Jayden and Kas- sidy. She was preceded in death by her father, Sylvester Sand Sr. Arrangements were with Wen- ner Funeral Home, Richmond. Jeffrey John Krueger, 52 Jeffrey John Krueger, born August 2, 1960 and died July 26, 2013. Son of Helen and Jerome Krueger from Waite Park. He is survived by his, Mother, Helen, Sisters, Leila and Char- lene, Brothers, Roger and Gary. In memory of a loving son, broth- er and uncle. He dedicated his life to help- ing the life of others so that they may have a better life. No services will be held. [ 3 ROOMS AND A HALL *1 1 9 i I idl Call ]im: COLD SPRING o RICHMOND ' ROCKVILLE & SURROUNDING AREA 320-252-1358 320-685-8762 erkenswate com --V-- Water Softener Systems Odor Removal Iron Removal without Chemicals Drinking Water Systems Soft Water Made Easy A Dream is a Wish Your Needs Tons of Work to Become a Reality Unbelievable as it seems, you can build a trackless train worth well over $65,000 - if you have the right friends and the right reason. Almost five years ago a local woman got an idea for a children's train for her church. The pastor had mentioned he thought that kids would love to ride a train to church. And so the idea for the ROL Express was born. After four years of asking her talented friends to build the train she had envisioned, show- ing them drawings of it and three years of their saying 'NO", during a fall trip in 2011, while the six friends were talking to- gether, she once again asked her friends to build the train and they said maybe. They said if the pastor brought it up in the next few Sundays, they would help build the train. The very next Sunday, without her contacting him, the pastor mentioned the train again, and the plans went into place. Her friends agreed with her that a good way to start was to use a golf cart chassis so the owner at New Adventures in Richmond was contacted and he helped find three "recycled" golf carts to be used. Right away Que Mayers went to work to trans- form the chassis into the floor bed of the train cars. Merle Eis- ert was able to lend a hand in the demolition and rust removal, too. After they were cut down and rearranged they were rust- proofed by him at Mayers Weld- ing. Now the first base was ready for a "top" - but who would build it? The entire train was to be a surprise for the church and pas- tor so now another person had to be added to the little group. Just the right man was in the church - Mitch Olson has a seri- ous woodworking hobby and also makes instruments (which would come in handy later) he took a look at the drawings that the woman had made and tossed them out! He then began work on the first car's exterior and what emerged was amazing. Basically living in his garage and working every spare moment on the train a cab was done in two weeks. Many people that saw it thought it shouldn't be painted, but it was decided that the kids would like it better in bright crayon colors. Another church member was brought onto the team - Paul Wagner who owns Diamond Painting taped and sprayed and with a small amount of detail painting the blue and green car was colored. The rubber flooring was installed by Ann Mayers and she upholstered the seats. Shane Mayers designed custom wheel covers to match the star trim as well as all the numbers and let- tering, again at Mayer's Welding. For the removable curved roof of the car, another church member, Clare Nieters, was asked to paint Monarch butterfly caterpillars, cocoons and the flying butterflies on the ceiling. This first car was named the Transformation car. While Mitch and crew were working on the first cab, Que was readying the second base. And Mitch had a friend in Hast- ings that built motors for tractor pulls, and he was interested in trying to design the train engine. So far everything had been paid for by the original six friends and all work was donated. It was time to ask some investors to help out! A "hobo" party was planned and given at the church - and "investors" were found to help fi- nance the engine and other ex- penses. It was nice of the in- vestors to give, since all they got for their supper that night was hot dogs and beans. Several peo- ple suggested that they believed the whole church would like to support the effort, so as the sec- ond car was being built a train show was being planned. The pastoral staff thought that the church should see the first car that was done at this show, so a huge "box" was made (this was actually a custom-made sack with a zippered end made by our upholsterer, Ann) and the car was taken to the church and placed inside the "box" with the ROL Express continued on page 4 A4OVIEHOTLINE- 685"7111 FREE/v TINEES!!!! Tues. & Wed. @ 10 am Through the Summer! 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