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April 11, 1991

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L to R: Lucy Messer, Cindy Becker, Shelly Berscheid, Nichol Abby Schmidt, kneeling in front. Unit 261 Junior Aexiliery News Congratulations to Nichol Mertem and Abby Sehnfldt. On March 9, 1991 they were elected to office of the 6th District American Legion Junior Auxiliary as Executive Board members. Unit 261 of Kimball is very proud of them. On March 9, 1991 the 6th District American Legion Junior Conference was held in Brainerd, MN. Five ,hmiars and thrm Seniors attended the conference. All 5 miors were appointed to he on different committees. Games were played and lots of good food was eaten. The girls received some ideas on how to decorate T-shirts with paints. The girls all had a good time. On March 16th and lTth, Unit KIMBALL Tri-County News--Thvrsdoy, April 11, 1991 lS On Friday, April 5th, Claude and Regina Sherod came to Kimball Elementary School and talked to the 5th grade about Indians of Native America. He brought some authentic clothing, jewelry, medicine bags, animal skins, etc. that were used by Indians in our area. We enjoyed it a loft (Written by Christy Finger and Aadra Kuseshe) I on now till May 11. 1991 to get that USEO mower ready Mew til AFrl131 just bring in nd we will give it an inspection ! $ 3 9 s o..,, * Chedc mower dedc for leaves * Check mery & Cobim * Chad(Cortxor Adiustmmt * Check Transmission & Differenlk Oil on any extra work you us to do. Parts extra. MIlS EQUIPMENT, INC. Wm,. M,,.m ss,v -.. beere Season KIMBALL GREENHOUSE luncheon series The Meeker County Memorial Hospital will again sponsor a Spring Health Luncheon Series to he held at the Blue Heron's Daughter in Litchfield starting at 12 noon for presentation. The cost for each luncheon will he .00 payable at the door. Please call Iri Rice at the Meeker County Memorial Hospital, 693-3242, ext. 145 to make your reservations today. On Wednesday, April 24th, you he able to step into the Spring Luncheon Series on the right foot with Dr. David Maher, Pod/trist and Foot Surgeon. Dr. Maher will speak about "Your Feet" and managing common foot problems and will address questions about your feet. On Friday, May 3rd, "Breathe Easier this Spring" with Dr. Eric Michaels, Allergy Specialist. Dr. Mieheals will speak about "Asthma" guidelines and principles and hew to manaSe this condition. On Wednesday, May 8th, achieve balance with Helen Stukel, instructor for Balancing Work and Family programs. Helen's topic is "Working Womm's Survival, Success and Satlsfaetion." She will dcuss time management, how to prioritize activities and balanciog wk and famUy. On Tuesday, May Xh, during Hosp/Lsl Week (May 12-18) the hospital's theme is "Our Team Works for You." The speaker, Steve Norman, Physical nm, api,t, is a b im't of me team. Steve will talk about "Tension Relievers-Belief of Headaches and Neck Pain." On Thursday, May 10th, wrap up the serles with a Sood night's sleep...but first, come llsten to Dr. Jane Achenbach-Ng, Neurologist. One of Dr. Aehenb's specialt/es is "Sleep Diearderso" e will speck alx manogu throe coodmms. Kimball Chdtter Herb and LiU Hess visited with Pete and Lorraine Engelmann, rural Winsted on Wednesday. Pete and Herb are first cousins. THEISEN CONSTRUCTION, INC. Kimball. ;JNI.6200 LOCATED AT PEARL LAKE Opening Sat., April 13th (Weather Permitting) WRIGHT COUNTY SWAPPERS MEET Whether you're buying or selling ........ there's always gud, deal for yovl It's time to clean out . basements, and children's rooms. What u, someone else conl Turn unwonted items into !  i. N. 136, ". L ld L Free Admission for visitors Getu opm et I e.m. Gladys Miller, Tele. 274-9005 Vudetios: Kennebec, Anoka, Norland, Pontiac, Burbank or Norkota 261 juniors gathered at the Duane Berscheid residence to decorate Onion -00ets wear their shirts to their meetings, marching in parades Yellow or White Sets or anytime they gather as a group. 40' ,,,m ReeBerscheid Unit 261 Junior Certified Seed Potatoes MNker Corm1, Hospitel 30' LB. simmmrs mkm,flud spring Imdm