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Thursday, March 21, 2013 t,t u i .m,i,661, Tri-Coun N so, ,www.t Crossword ACROSS 1 Foul 4 Supporters 8 Easter entrees 12 Actress Gardner 13 Somewhat 14 Shrek, e.g. 15 Trawler need 16 Jail 18 18th president 20 Obtained 21 Verdi opera 24 intrinsically 28 Arab's hooded cloak 32 Clarinet insert 33 Anger 34 -- Dame 36 Mr. Hammer-: skj61d 37 Culture medium 39 Rikki-Tikki- :Tavi is one 41 01d I hoto- graph hue 43 Rules, for 12 15 18 28 29 30 33 37 41 |l 50 51 52 56 59 58 The whole enchilada 59 Burn some 60 Drove 61 Energy DOWN 1 Gunshot Sound 2 ,State with certainty short ,~ 3 Information 44 Have 4 Clique 46 Cowboy's. 5 Lawyers' greeting org. 50 1984movie 6 Zero remade in 2011 55 Fish eggs 56 Inlet 57 Met melody 23 43 53 11 Catch a glimpse ()f 17 Jazz style 19 A Bobbsey twin 22 Dire prophecy 23 Titanic VlP 25 Start over 26 Red and Black 27 Lip 28 Diagonal 29 Press on 30 Harvest 31 Coastal flier 7 Sans escort 35 Highbrow 8 Owl, at times 38 Hooligan 9 Past 40 Bear, in 10 "- Barcelona Doubtfire" 42 Piercing tool 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. 25 26 27 ____n mmm 36 47 i48 49 .~ " __ 55 I 58 1 45 Biblical boat- wright 47 Finish a film shoot 48 Clinton's 1996 oppo- nent 49 Shrill bark 50 Media watchdog org. 51 Reaction to fireworks 52 Eggs in a lab 53 Raw rock 54 Round Table address Oo P;,ed the rea .istorica, Soc,e The Kimball Library will offi- cially open Monday afternoon at 2 p.m. Hours will be from 3-5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Friday's hours will be from 7:30-9 p.m. Mrs. Evelyn Ellis has been hired by the village council to serve as the librarian. She will be trained by the St. Cloud library staff. The library, which will be located in the council room at the village hall, will replace the visits of the Stearns County Bookmo- bile. Above reprinted from the Tri- County News, June 7, 1962. The Stearns County Branch Library opened Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. Eighty-five registered the first two days and 190 books have been checked out. The public is urged to take advantage of the 1,073 books on the shelves. There is reading mate- rial for all ages. Everyone is invited to visit the library and enjoy with others the Golden Picture Atlas, Kimball Librarian Evelyn Ellis. Mrs. Ellis was the librarian in Kimball 1961 World Almanac and Book of for many years, beginning in 1962. Facts, Minnesota Legislative Man- ual the Picture History of America, opens up to a large area for the use and more. Come as you are. It's Facts on Sports, Webster's Diction- of older children and adults, informal and bring your family dry, and Compton's Pictured Ency- The entire library is newly car- and friends. clopedia, peted and is very attractive. The Invest in what our founding This library is for the use of shelves provide room for many fathers, parents and grandparents the community. If there is any morebooksthantheyholdatpres-gave us. Become a new or renew- book that an individual wishes to ent and more will be added as time ing member of the Kimball Area read that is not on the shelves, he goes on. Kimball is very fortunate Historical Society. Founded in should request it and it will be fur- in having such good library facil- 2000, our membership dues have nished as soon as possible, ities, never increased. Members receive Above reprinted from the Tri- The weekly "Story Hour" is extra historystories. a3 alia u '3 14 UlvIH[O CoumtyNews, lune14, 1962. of great interest to pre-school TheSeeretoftheUnderground * ** * * * * children. It is being conducted RailroadwillbepresentedinKim- q -] vmv I u ,vllalAIOlO Mrs. Ellis announces that the through the volunteer services of ball April 23. Save the date, bring o [o o L3_ new summer hours start June 1. Ruth Johnson. There were 19 chil- your family and friends. x o MIOIHI. IINIA~IOII They are Monday, Wednesday and dren present on Monday. Films For more information, mem- Friday from 1-4 p.m. and Friday will be shown .during story hour bership, donations, commemora- Quarry Cinema has 3 s o1o19 N o ll[UlVlOlV from 7-9 p.m. , onMonday, Jan. 14. tive souvenirs, sharing your fam- ALL-DIGITAL picture 9 v o u o I N 31 u I The library s 5th anniversary Above reprinted from the Tri- ily history here or in our perma- o 31uI 3 s olo Nlulnla and sound. -I3T IV o-Tr IiI is June 8, having been opened on County News, Jan. 10, 1985.nent collection, photos will be On-line ticketing/ I I ~ ___ I l~ ~[~ ~ that day in 1962. Mrs. Ellis states* * * * * * * returned, contact us at the Kim- .Birthdaypar'des/ a $ OlO1~] v "1 viol din some interesting facts concern- Where to go in 2013: Saturday, ball Area Historical Society, Box a u 9[oIi ~lsIvllv AIr ing the library. There are 954 April6, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., visit our 55, Kimball MN 55353, phone The Creeds 31) S vI H s IN [V[ -4 o i v Ie listed borrowers from the Kimball booth at the 10th Annual Commu- (320) 398-5743, 398-5250, e-mail Fri.: 3:00, 7:00, 8:50 library. An average of 1,200 books nity & Business Expo at Kimball, and Sat.: l:00, 3:00, 7:00, 8:50 "~U[OJ ~g :~LU[] UOl|nIosare checked out each month. The Area High School (South Doors). Facebook. Wewould love to heat Sun.: 1:00, 3:00, 7:00 ..RdaM.~V library is open about 550 hours a There's no admission charge, from you. Mon.-Wed.: 7:00 Xhurs., 7:00, 8:50 --- year. About 4,000 to 5,000 books There is entertainment, samples, Very limited supply available The Croods 211 PG are available to the public at all prizes and information in abun- if you want an All School Reunion times and others may be obtained dance. Our historians will be fen- Yearbook. Fri.-rlhu.: 5:00 Olympus HasFallen n by request, turing "Main Street Memories," * * * * * * * Fri.: 2:15, 4:30, 6:45, 9:00 I The recent improvements that Sat.:12:00,2:15,4:30,6:45,9:00 I have been made in the library, Civil War digest: Sun.:12:00,2:1&4:30,6:45 new lights, shelves, wall panel- Mon.-Wed.:Thu.: 4:30, 6:45,4:30'6:459:00 , ing and carpeting, have made it a This week 150 years ago .... : ~ :G very attractive modern appearing ~G13 R~!i library. Mrs. Ellis has been a very Major Highlights for the Week Snitch Fri.:2:40,4:50,7:00,9:10 conscientious and efficient libar- Wednesday, March 18, 1863 I~q~p~ ~ Sat.': 12:30, 2:40, 4:50, 7:00, 9:10 Sun.: 12:30,2:40,4:50,7:00 inn. In Paris, the house of Erlanger Iv ~ll~lVi~ ~ I opened a loan of three million ~ iriili Ii ~ ~ [] Mon.-Wed.:4:so,7:00 i I ~+ Thosewhohavestillnotavailed pounds to the Confederacy based --#L~lk Oz: The Great and themselves of the opportunity Jr Powerful of using the library facilities are upon 7-percent bonds for 20 years. Fri.:1:55,4:20,6:45,9:10 urged to stop in and browse.Confederate Lieutenant Gen- Sat.: 11:30, 1:55,4:20,6:45,9:10 I ~V Above reprinted from the Tri- eral Theophilus H. Holmes ............. Ihll Sun.: 11:30, 1:55, 4:20, 6:45 .,. ailable gll~ County News, June i, 1967. assumed command of the District Mon.-Wed.: 4:20, 6:45 I * * * * * * of Arkansas. 1861 C I V 1 1 XA/A R 1.865 qqm.: 4:20, 6:45, 9:10 i Kimball Library Branch now in Thursday, March 19, 1863 ............ ThelncredibleBurt I ! ikill || II [I ) S newquarters, Admiral David Farragut s U.S.S. boats, backed up by Major Gen_ V('rnderstnePG13 i[i! !~ TheKimball Branch fthe Great Hartfrd and U'S'S" Albatrss ran eral William T" Sherman s Fed- Fri.: 3:(X), 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 River Regional Library is now in its past the Grand Gulf, Miss., bat~er- eral troops, were harassed by Con- Sat.:S~n.:l:00,l:OO,3:O0,3:OO,5:(X),5:00.7:00,7:009:00 I comfortable new quarters of the ies just below Vicksburg federate sharpshooters along the Mon.-Wed.: 5:00, 7:00 I FRENCH LAKE KimballCityHall.,,(Moststillcallit Two divisions of the Federalbanks. Ninth Car s embarked at New Federal Major General Edwin lhu.: 5:00, 7:(X), 9:00 the Village Hall, although Kim- p - GIJoe: Retaliation ball is now officially a city.) port News, Va., headed for the Vose Sumner an aged yet sturdy I STORE D artmentofth hid fighter who had served well in PC13 The entrance to the new quar- ep e O . OPENING MARCH 28 y . . , I 7hu.,3/2S:4:40,6:.,.,,9:lO== 1 ters is through the door at the FridaThere, Marehwas a20'sm 186311 thepmgnsPeninsulaleadlngandthe AntietamArmy s SecondCam- north end of the hall through " , a engagement Daily Matinees the door that formerly was the at Vaught sHillnearMilton, Tenn., Corps (including the 1st Minne- (320) 274 entrance to the Maine Prairie and an affair in St. Andrews sota Volunteer Infantry), passed I Movie Hot Line I .8495 (320) 685-7111 " Board and voting room. That por- Bay, Fla away at Syracuse, N.Y. He was 66 tion of the library is devoted to Saturday, March 21, 1863 years old. On Steele s Bayou, the gun l, II,A l.~llliI~ll|I:-lii~lK:ul childrens books and records. It ' - Civil War/To page 10