5 Most Uplifting Stories of the Week Including a generous tip—and a very generous doctor By Newser Editors, Newser Staff Posted Apr 27, 2014 5:13 AM CDT 1 comment Comments In this September 1941 photo provided by Dick Felumlee, Kenneth and Helen Felumlee pose for a photo nearly three years before their marriage in February 1944. (AP Photo/Felumlee family) (Newser) – A devoted couple, a selfless hunter, and two heroic inmates make the list of stories that were sure to raise your spirits this week: Couple Who Never Spent a Night Apart Die Together: Helen and Kenneth Felumlee didn't spend a night apart in 70 years of marriage—including one night they spent on an overnight ferry trip, during which they shared the bottom of a bunk bed to avoid being separated. Even in death, the Ohio couple kept that tradition. Farmer Lets Hunter Use His Land, Gets a Kidney: A Mississippi hunter who knocked on a Kansas farmer's door seeking permission to hunt ended up giving the stranger a kidney. And after the successful transplant, Rob Robinson and Gil Alexander went on to do something else big together. Inmates on Trash Detail Help Unconscious Supervisor: It could have been an easy walk to freedom. But instead, two inmates on a work-release program chose to stay and help the detention officer supervising them when he fell unconscious. Doctor Donates $1M to Keep Gun Research Alive: The CDC currently allocates $0 toward research into gun-violence prevention, and one such researcher at UC Davis has taken extraordinary steps to remedy the situation. Dr. Garen Wintemute has so far donated $1.1 million of his own money—to keep his own research alive. Customer Leaves Huge Tip for Dog's Surgery: A couple ordered drinks and wings at a bar in Clinton, NJ, and the guy noticed a paw-print tattoo on barkeep Christina Summitt's wrist. That led to a conversation about her work as a volunteer with rescue animals and about how her own dog needed surgery after swallowing a tennis ball. And that led to quite the tip. Click for more uplifting news, including the story of how gospel singing may have saved a 9-year-old boy's life.