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I-1 KIMBALL Tri-County News--Thursday, April 11 1991 n  I Town &. Country EXtension News i tsraneis J. Januschka eltrbelt farmers have for need for shelterbelts. A well- and correctly located can protect Winds by reducing wind and greatly erosion problems. A can also serve as a for wildlife. Sbelterbelts do fo,ver, so should be to give a maximum life a variety of trees for the planting. A etitled, "Farmstead - Protection Against and Snow," is now at the County ceremonies. Stearns County will select a number of candidates to compete for the rei0onal t/tle. region princess will then compete for the State Dairy Princess title at the Minnesota State Fair later this year. Tickets for the event are available from the Melrose Chamber of Commerce or ADA board members. Minnesota century ferm program The M/nnesota Century Farm Program, honoring fan,lies who have owned farms for at least I00 years, will be continued this year by the Minnesota State Fair. The Farmer Magazine is a co-sponsor of the program. Qualifications include: 1) The farm must be at least 100 years old according to authentic land records; 2) The farm must have been in continuous family ownership for at least 100 years; and 3) The farm must be at least 50 acres. ';at the Melrose .ql h,.=,"o Hall. The event "iMIh,.'U  With a luncheon , L.._ TM by the coronation r ,14:J : Applications are due by July 15 *** and can be obtained by writing Century Farm Program, Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul, MN 55108; or phone (612) 642- e t of_ some trees and " -1,  p in the Kimball Chatter . J... 'oeation in the landscape, Annette Liedman and her Iff$'(L,'.Y be ether too large, too sister, Nellie Kruger of Clara J O. iJJ' color, not adaptable City, were overnight guests at the " , ,,d[,' e area, or do not do well 3bP Erie Draxton home near f J':.' mseetaSsociatedandwith diseaSecertain Glenwood. Both participtaed in MiK't  area. A special Deloristhe installatiOnDraxton, Worthyf ErleMatronand ]MTo_, "Fitting Trees and and Worthy Patron of &iaaht  Landscape," is Minnewauska Chalter of the Tt, s.e_at the Extension Order of Eastern Star in ,, ..,=,,. --,. -- $ & {}lls1"" ]h/S Publication identifies .-"' Shrubs adaptable for Glenwood. Erie is a brother of w.,'ea as well as size and Aunette and Nellie. R $['=_ Snmer foliage color, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lennox of J-n fliage color those Crystal spent Saturday and -r -'fruit ' ha k aCteri ' r llY--'rat-ristics, shade and Sunday with the Paul Andersom. 1.. The women attended the shower for their nephew Randy Froehling at the home of Ken and * * Betty Lou Hoeft Sunday afternoon. Tom, Cindy:Marquardt and boys, and Audrey Marquardt spent Easter weekend at New Liberty, Iowa visiting friends. New Liberty, Iowa is 20 miles from Davenport so they saw the gambVmg boat "The President" on the Mississippi River. 3rd Annual Kingston Lions Club $unday00.Apri114 Kingston American Legion Hall Adults: $3.00 Chddren- 6-12:$2.00 , Under 6. Free 'As Lions We Serve" I II I Gohmann's Super valu Kimball, Minnesota Store Hours: 8 AM to 9 PM - cave.. O,vs A Week LEAN Ground Beef BONELESS ** Chuck S179 .. Roast , Chicken Breast $1 39 FARMSTEAD BONELESS LEAN Pollock Fillets Ham . 169 ,. s I s, MINsKH GOoND [j - Polish Luncheon Meat I!l Io. $239Sausage * o,  Cauhflower Grapes L, 99 ,,89 LOCAL RUSSET CALIFORNIA i Carrots '..o69 Potatoes TONY'S ITALIAN PASTRY SAUS., PEPP., HAMB., CHEESE Pizza 3/$600 Classic Coke, Diet Coke, s9 Classic Coke, Diet Coke 4p $5 49