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10 'L KIMBALL Tri-County News--Thursday, April 11, 1991 Joyce Hm.gstaler 3SO.a82 Aim Hamilton 31M81 It was no April Fool's Day joke last Monday when Lill Hess renewed acquaintance with two friends whom she hadn't seen since her grammar school days at Meeker County District No. 1 atop the Kingston hill. Einar Hasti, Brooklyn Center, was in the area visiting his sister, Mrs. Arnold (Emma) Juusola and stopped by at Herb and Lilrs. At the Kenneth Dorman 40th wedding anniversary party recently in a conversation with Judy (McKenzie) Hasti, they learned that Einar was her father-in-law. It's a small world indeed! Then on . Monday afternoon at the Kingston Senior Citizens meeting Lill saw Martha (Pousi) Ahola of California who came with her sister-in-law, Bertha Pousi. Lill and Martha were in the same grade at Kingston. Vivian Wright left last Wednesday to return to California after pending a week with her mother, Dora Cates. On Easter Sunday they had driven down to visit with Gordie Cates and family. Gordie is making good progress and has the casts off his ankles. Dale and Lila Cates drove Dora and Vivian to Buffalo on Tuesday to meet Wally and Ricky Cates for lunch. Vivian returned with them to Minneapolis to catch her plane the next day. Darwin Town and CountryClub members met at Ann Hamilton's for their regular monthly meeting and dinner. Dora Cates has been suffering from bronchitis and laryngitis so has been unable to talk very much ! Do you watch "Price is  Right?" On Thursday,/pril 11 at II a.m. on Channel 11 you will see Kingstonites Gerald and Darlene Rumsey, Ann Hamilton along with Les and Joyce Johnson, Cokato and Art West, Darwin. They were in attendance when the show was taped at the CBS Studies in Hollywood on March 6. Martha Ahola of Walnut Creek, Calif. returned earlier in the week with Bertha Pousi from Sebeka where they spent the Easter weekend. She is visiting relatives and friends in the area lib and helped Bertha celebrate her birthday Sunday. The morning coffee hour following worship at Redeemer was in Bertha's honor. Also helping celebrate were Ruth Ollila of Fridley, Ray Salo, Duluth, Jim and Lynette, Aaron and Andrea Schroeder, BaRley, Iva and Colin Gunnerson, Remer. The Gunnersons came on Friday evening to spend the weekend with Wayne and Mayme Laitinen. In the afternoon about 50+ relatives and friends surprised Bertha Pousi on her 75th birthday with a potluck party at the Kingston Legion Hall. Happy 75th Bertha ! A number of area ladies attended the annual spring salad luncheon and program Saturday afternoon at Grace Lutheran Church. Redeemer is planning their annual spring luncheon fellowship and program on May 4. These coming weekends will he busy ones in our area. This coming weekend is the Kingston Lions Pancake and Sausage Breakfast at the Kingston Legion Hall--don't forget. On Saturday, April Z0th, the Kingston Johnson Kelly Auxiliary members are holding a Rummage, Craft and Bake Sale, including refreshments, at the Legion Hall...Mark your calendar now. Bea Lee and Helen Laitinen were Friday evening supper guests at the Ned Root home. Saturday night Ira, Colin and Chad Gunnerson, Remer, were visitors there. Bea Lee, San Bernardino, Calif., Helen Laitinen and Joyce Burgstaler were Friday morning coffee guests of Ann Hamilton. Happy birthday greetings also go out to Ned Root, Helen Anderson and Ann Hamilton, who are celebrating birthdays this time of year. Over the weekend we enjoyed 85 degree temperatures, and now tomorrow (Tuesday) they are forcasting snow for this area. "Fruit basket upset" is what it reminds us of. With the warm weather over the weekend everyone took advantage and started on the long list of outdoor projects. At the Burgstaler household the paint brushes flew, and the lawn rakes, and many blisters appeared. The machinery was shifted from the shed outside and the spring Certified Seed Potatoes Kennebec, Norland & Burbank Russet Cabbage & Tomato Plants Open for business April 15 Earthberry Farm So. Highway IS 398-6252 I II I routine has begun. Only two months from today (June 8th) until graduation party time! Mark your calendar and be sure to attend the special  township meeting on April 26th concerning the Bituminous  program proposed. See the notice elsewhere in this paper. Spring Iris care By Jan Hahn Meeker County Master Gardener Walking out in my yard the other day I was enjoying the beautiful spring weather-that was until I noticed my matted iris bed and the obvious signs of a new puppy in the family. So, as I prepare to get out there and do some serious dirty work, I'll leave you with some timely advice on caring for your own iris bed. Ideally the iris bed should have been mulched with clean non- packing mulch in late November. This mulch should he removed as soon as the snow and .ice have melted in the spring. Remo-ethe top layer to allow air and sunlight to dry out the surface. Wait a few days before removing the rest of fhe mulch. Be  when you're removing the mulch because breaking the center fan of leaves will prevent the plant from blooming. I guess that's why I don't recommend using a rake, even a bamboo one. Do remove all dead leaves with a gentle tug by hand or clipping. Do the final clean up on a sunny dry day when the soil surface is dry. Check for any signs of dry rot or winter damage. If rot is showing up on some rhizomes (iris "bulb"), just scrape it off with a spoon. Treat the scraped area with a good drench of fungicide. As soon as the ground warms up and your i_s start actively growing again you should start a spray program to prevent iris borer, the main insect pest of iris. A systemic insecticide will control the borer once it has already entered the rhizome. Check insecticide labels to fmd an effective spray. Using manure as fertilizer around the plants will favor rhizome rots. So use a fertilizer that's higher in potassium and idmsphorus such as 5-10-10 or 10- 0-0. Apply as soon as they start to grow again and repeat as often as you need to, to keep up healthy growth. But don't fertilizer after the middle of August so that plants have a chance to harden off for winter. When your iris are done blooming cut-back the flower stalks but don't trim the leaves. Leaves provide food to give your plant beautiful bloom next year. Happy 70th Q. My pound cake always leaks when I use a tube pan with a removable bottom. Is there a way to avoid this? W.O., Dayton, OH A. Your pan may be warped or bent and not have a complete seal between the two parts causing the hatter to seep out. Be sure to place the cake in a preheated oven so that baking begins immediately. Q. How long does it take to get a smooth and elastic bread dough with a dough hook on the mixer? J.G., Deltoua, Fl A. A dough hook kneads bread in about a third the time it takes to do it by hand. Doughs depend on many factors and because of that, the exact time will vary. Plan for dough to he kneaded three to five minutes and do your own test for smoothness and elasticity. Q. You have been my idol for years. Why do certain recipes call for unsalted butter? V.O., Straughn, IN A. I'm honored by your compliment. Unsalted butter is called for when a delicate flavor is essential for such recipes as pastries and French sauces. Regular butter will affect the taste slightly, but not the overall outcome of the recipe. Low- sodium recipes may specify unsalted butter to reduce total sodium in a recipe. Do you have a cooking question? Write Dear Betty Crocker, Box 1113, Dept. Betty, Minneapolis, MN 55440 TIP OF THE WEEK: If your kids aren't already cooking, start them out with easy recipes. | KtmH 0md M awrdn Garage & Bake Sale Fd., Apdl 19 9:00 - 9:00 Sat., April 20 9:00 - 6:00 llot Beef $hdckes & vq,ta uf sa Served at Coffee all day long Explain safety them make dinner: muffin pizzas, tacos, tossed Huge Moving FrJ., 9 a.m. to8 9a.m. 1990 Toro treadmill & kitchen set, sew,ng C dehumidifier, lots more antiques & 3 mi. Pearl Co. Rd. 14/ Garage Wod., April 10-1 8 a.m. to b| tie Lots Garage Apd112 Kimball All City Garage Sale Sat., May 16