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Ran Wenzel, president of the Kimball Community Club, accepted, on behalf of the club, two plaques at the meeting of the organization Monday night. Top picture shows Janet Walz of Cold spring, Field Representative for the Girl Scouts, presenting the plaque bearing the inscription "Supporter-Girl Scouts. Kimball Community Club". The Second plaque was presented by Bruce Mackenzie of Little Falls, Development Specialist for the Central Minnesota Initiative Fund. The organization builds up funds from contributions from many organizations in a twelve county area. A portion of the interest is given for endowments for a variety of uses. The Kimball "Whole Child Initiative" program was funded by the organization. Out-of-towners Alisha Fischer took second place in all around (35.30) in the 11 year old age group at Sunday's Level 7 state gymnastic meet at Tags Gym in Burnsville. Alisha tied for Ist place in Vault (9.02) and in Bars (8.75). Gymnastics Training Center of Waite Park also finished Ist in team competition. fischer= place in gymnastics and karate competitions Preston Fischer took part in a karate tournament in Stewart Hall at the St. Cloud State University campus on Saturday. It was for 9 year olds and he took first in form and third in fighting. Alisha and Preston are the children of Scott Fischer of Kimball and Kathy Eisenbraun of Rice. They are grandchildren of the Sherill Fischers of Kimball and the Charles Hunts Sr. of Fair Haven. Kimball Chatter Callers at the Aldon Benson home this past week have been Ethel Brown and Florence Maki from Barnum, Conrad and Elaine lngen, Mary ImIte, Sherrill and Eva Smith, Edna Johnson, Millie Hinz, Vivian Kling, Karen McCarthy, and Vanessa, Bobbi Jo, and Kimberly Moser. Kimball Tri-County News--Thursday, April 25, 1991 7 If/f L- -ek) The average person takes from 12 to 18 breaths per minute. IIIII CELEBRATE April 26 Arbor Day Special ,Black Spruce Seedling " SIZE 8"'10" 1 1 -'L', ""/  HIGH ' ,7 EACH -. ': - (Order l O, receive 1 Free) . ;.-.L" (A percentage of these sales *. will be donated to the Kimball Boy   ... Scouts in the form of seedlings.) Minnesota Grown Spring Dug Dipped to prevent moisture loss All this will give you better survival rate over other companies. See the difference! Large @uantity - Please inquire on price. Kimball Greenhouse 398.7126 2 Miles North of Kimball Right on lSOth Street 00,drAW0a., A number of area folks joined the Kimball Community  sponsored bus tour on )Uesday. The bus took them to  Amtrak station in St. Paul uere they boari:led and enjoyed e scenic ride along the "issippi River to Red Wing. A_t Red Wing they enjoyed a ,,urtet breakfast at Nybo's. They loured the St. James Hotel and did some shopping downtown before returning tO Kimball via bus. f ( Wednesday birthday cof- '__a.tternoon guests of Ann ::'u, ilton were Viola Jensen, 1 rtha Pousi, Alice VonEnde, - rl _Haapajoki, Lillian Cooley, L. is Myllykangas and Betty mackereth. In the evening Rudy and Joyce Burgstaler stopped by for birthday cake. Thursday .." g coffee caller was Helen itinen and in the afternoon Helen Anderson stopped in.,Ann ?hreally celebratea ner u birthday anniversary! Kingston Johnson Kelly held their ['h-St annual _ ..mn.me, Craft and Bake Sale -n._th e Legion Hall on Saturday. Ly Were very appreciative of Who attded. li,,_Saturday Lawrence and June vrwath went to Cold Spring where they visited with Larry ad Monica Pallics. Sunday evening Sheila Fischer stopped by for a visit. Lois and Harley Myllykangas attended the St. Cloud Singing Saints Parade of Quartets at SCSU's Stewart Hall on Saturday evening. Weekend visitors at abe Rndy Burgstaler home were Evan Burgstaler and Carlynn Miller from UMD, Duluth. Carlynn is from Cottage Grove, a suburb of the Twin Cities, and this was her fn'st experience on the farm! She was initiated very quickly on Saturday afternoon when she helped move quail to the outside cages. But she was to be con- gratulated for her perseverance! Sunday morning Evan, Rudy and Joyce Burgstaler, Carlynn Miller, Cory and Charlie Burrows, Minneapolis, Betty and Heather Landrus, Cedar, Minn. joined Ann Hamilton for morning worship at Redeemer Lutheran in Kingston. A coffee hour was held in honor of Ann's 70th birthday., following the ser- vice. At noon the group was joined by Art West, Darwin, for dinner at the Burgstaler's. Word was received last Friday that Donald Besonen, Litchfield has been hospitalized at Fairview/Southdale in the Twin Cities. Saturday afternoon we paid our last respects to an old friend. Rudy and Joyce Burgstaler have rented the George Klatte farm for more than 20 years. The earth is not perfectly round. Distances rneesur through the poles are shor- ter than those at the equator. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there See me for car, home, life and health insurance Larry L. MAWr Box 306, Anaandale Off: 274-3185 "'-;-- I hs: 274-3114 I *uc, ComWs *Nsu Offices Wotkins Clinic M.D. OFFICE HOURS Tuesday - 9:00-5.'30 Friday - 9:00-5:30 J & M Mini Mart Hwy. 15&55 Hours: 6 a.m. Man. thrv Fri. to 10:30 p.m. Sat. & Sun., 7 e.m. to 10:30 p.m. NOW AVAILABLE. Cold Spring Bakery Goods MINNESOTA GOLD Bologna BERNATELLO'S Pizza 7 Up, Diet 7 Up, Dr. Pepper, Diet Dr. Pepper 7Up, m Diet 7 Up, Dad's Root l00er, Sunkist 0range, Dr. Pepper, Diet Dr. Pepper, Wekh's 6rape R C Cola, Diet R C Cola $2 79 Phone: 398-2600. We accept food stamps.