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8 KIMBALL Tri-County News--Thursday, April 11, 1991 SPORTS (FromP.5) B. Huikko 224, 205, 604; C. Unterbeer 238; R. Hess 218; V. Bohning 216; G. Schreifels 213; G. 210; J. Holthaus 210; R. Osterberg 210; A. Erickson 293; D. Rohrbeck 25; K. Felling 00; J. Asfeld 200; N. Brandt 250. AQUA BELLES 4/1 M&WDist. 22 6 GBS Novelties 19 9 Freeman Elec. 18 10 Airs Angels 18 10 Kimball State Agcy. 16 12 Gannen Elev. 15 13 E Z Crusher I0 18 Jan's Gold. 7"nimb, 9 19 Vinar's Cab. & Con. 7 21 Main St. Pub 6 22 High Tenm Game: M & W Dist. 1092; Alf's Angels 1087; GBS Novelties 1074, High Team Series: Gannon Elev. 3059; M & W Dist. 3032; Freeman's 3027. High Ind. Game, Actual: Peggi Dorman 239; Mary Knutsen 237; Cindy Arens 234; Terri Gettler 234. High Ind. Series, Actual: Terri Getfler 614; Lisa Hmme 605; Kathy Schmitz 587. High Games and Series: Kathy Schmitz 188, 217, 598; Peggy Pttrcel] 173, 212, 551; Lisa He,hen 211, 534; Mary Kn 213, 521; F_,fleen Frieler 171, 173, 513; Trlsh DeFoe !93, 507; Vicki Hokkala 197, 507; Linette Blendell 173, 180, 479; Terri Gettler 171, 478; , Gtadys Johnson 17V, 473; Mary Hinz 191; Alice Vinar 189; Toots Capes 184; Kerry Malta 176. --KOFFEE KLUTCHER8 4/1 Kookie Kutters 33 23 Coffes Beaus 31 25 F__Jee. Perks 25% 30% N-ffty 50's 22% 33% High Team Series & Games: Kookie Kutters 1548, 589; Coffee Beans 1543, 519; Nifty 50's 1530, 514; Elec. Perks 1512, 564. High Ind. Series & Game: Anita Hoefer 481, 183; Loretta Fox 449, 161; Lorraine Dockendorf 430, 159; Mary Ann Ashfeld 164; Claire Pusc 160; Marge Greely 159; Jean Glubke 151. Profouk,.d vdloykd lamo m roioy, 23rd The Minnesota Monarchs women's professional volleyball team will play the Holland All- Stars on Tuesday, April 23, 7:25 p.m. at Foley High School gym. In addition to the match against the Holland All-Star Team, there will be a serving contest. Contestants will be selected at random from the crowd with a chance to win volleyballs, t-shirts, visors, sports bags, pizza and air line tickets for two to anywhere in the United States that American Airlines flies. Among the St. Cloud businesses where tickets may be purchased are: Fitzharris Athletic and Johnny 0 at Crossroads, or call the Monarch Ticket office at 921- 3335. 1-800-657-6787  PROFESSIONAL 7 CLEANING Sun.---Thurs. 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Now, you can get help with your homcwork by calling the Homcwork Hclpline toll frcc. Teachers are waiting to provide in- struction on mathematics, science, language, social studies and more. If you are a student in grades kinder- garten through 12, call today[ News d Students Janski named to President's Honor Roll Rebecca Janski, daughter of Robert and Joanne Janski, South Haven, was recently named to St. Cloud Technical College's President's Honor Roll. To be named to the President's Honor Roll, a student must attend school full-time and attain a grade point average of 3.50 or better. Rebecca is currently enrolled in the Computer Programming, AAS Degree major. It is a 2% year course of which she has completed 2 years. She also attended SCSU for one- half year. St. Cloud Technical College ffers majors on a full-time or part-time basis. Currently there are 49 majors for students to t't BueCmm.,s , ,..,. ,__., . Bkm en.. u choose from. Courses are offered ,- Seld  Seance Unils for Credit durihg the day and in the evening in a wide variety of m   areas. 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She was inducted as an undergraduate member of Kappa Phi chapter at the College of Saint Benedict where sbe ls a senior. Sigma Theta Tau International is a prestigious organizatien of leaders and scholars in nursing. 1"nis honor society is awarded to bachelor's, master's, and doctoral nursing candidates who achieve high schelMtic averages and to graduates of the college programs who achieve excellence in nursing leadership roles. Undergraduate inductees must have at least a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and be in the upper one-third of their class. Sigma Tbeta Tau International sponsors nursing research, produces various pohlications, and Kasts scholarly programs on the international, national, regional and local level. Sigma Theta Tau International recently built the Center for Nursing Scholarship and International Ind. The library uses state-of-the- art communications tect._ology to inform nurses about nursing knowledge and the latest breakthroughs in nursing research. The College of Saint Benedict is a Catholic liberal arts college for women. It offers, through its partnership with Saint John's University for men, more than 4O majors and pre-professional pograms and opportunities for one year-long and seven semester-long overseas study programs. Kimball Chatter Mr. and Mrs. Alden Benson spent from Friday to Sunday a week ago at New Richmond, Wisconsin at the Charles Magoen and Tim Sullivan homes and got acquainted with their new great granddaughtm" Brianna Rose. Agnes Hinz visited with her aunt, Polly Krolm, in Sartell one day last week and called on her .... again Monday afternoon, taking some items she requested. 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