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Satellite T.V. system. call or write Rt. 2, Box 67, 55389. Phone 693- 27tf 2 bedroom apt. COnd., dishwasher ' tras. Call Anna, 396. 10tfn INVITATIONS, YOU Notes, etc. at News office, 398-5000. CARE IN FAIR HAVEN ages, food Joan Theisen, 11-29 Seed oats, from 98% germ. James 9tf ARE YOU FRUSTRATED OR CONFUSED BECAUSE OF SOMEONE'S.drinking? If so, try AI-Amm., Meetings every Tuesday night 8:30-9:30 p.m. at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Kimball or call 398-3167. FOR SAIl: '77 Ford Thunberbird, P.S., P.B., air, cruise, stereo and cassette, like new. 398-5245. 31tf WANTED TO BUY: Silver coins. Also sauna stove. 398-5975. 10tf FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apt. in Kimball. S225 per mo. plus utilities. 274-8935 or 274-8799. 12tf __ I NO TILL I11.1. for rent. $8/ac. plus transportation fee. Call TCCP at 251-0206 or local SWCD office. 12.15c / 110 gal. fuel tank PAINTING: Farm, home, the back of a commercial. For free estimate call 13,14c Doug Klein at 764-7385. 13tf Outdoor InSulated Fumace N.K. Sales n. Nd Koone, ' I. BOX 106 . MN 55302 (S12) 274- 5862 RATES GOING Ue a Call at 800-2HF insurance by H. F. Paul and W. James St., 12-15c MAIKIlB Wide Installed, &134 Mn 56302 S: Free exam. Call (812) 253-4848 at Memorial 29th Ave. No., 12-14 16 wides. 4) HOMES PIANO in storage: Oak Console piano, like new. Take .on small monthly payments, Immed. possession. May be seen in Kimball. Call Credit Manager 1- 800-626-9697 after 5 p.m. weekdays, anytime weekends. Payless Piano, Granite Falls, MN 56241. 14 LOST: Friday in Kimball/Watklns area. 7 mo. old liver and white Springer Spaniel. 654-8,389. 14c WANTED: Pontoon boat. Any condition. Fair Haven 236-7755, Plymouth 553-1754. 14-17ws Rifle, 3 miles s.w., of Kimball. Call 396-5000. 14 WANTED:. 2 bedroom house to rant. 236-7865. 14ws HELP WANTED:. Fmlly Cm=alty IIhNm: 75% benefits. Salary, $9.53 to $11.43 hourly. Provide home based services to families and children in coopertion with school and social service agencies in Mucker Co. Outreach, parenting skills, sohool/county stuffings, assist in recreational services and crisis assistance. Evenings (3) and Saturdays. Need requirements: B.A. and human service experience. For applications call Alyce at LSS Willmar, (612) 235- 5411. 14,15c GARAG4E SAIl: April 25, 26, 27. Bissonette's, South Haven, Highway 55. 14 Town & Coentry By Francis J. Janmhluk Stearns County Eztension Director of Agriculture The fantastic farmer Much has been said about the American farmer. Today, let me give you a descripuon of the average dairy farmer in Swarns County, Minnesota. He is about 48-50 years old, he lives on a family farm, he has an average of 45 milk cows producing on the average of 14,093 pounds of milk, has farm expenses of $150 a day, seven days a week, and generates four off-farm private enterprise jobs. Remember, this is the average dairy farmer that feeds 101 people--74 Americans and 27 people from other coun- tries. Stearns dairy pnncess named Over 250 people attended the annual Stearns County Dairy Princess coronation held at the Melrose American Legion Hall. Selected as Miss Congeniality was Pamela Blenker of Albany. Runner-up Princess was Catherine Fiedler, Sauk Centre; Princesses selected to represent Stearns County in he regional contest to be held on June 20-21 in St. Cloud were Faye Eckman, Kimball; Karen Sehirmers, Freeport; Naomi Waldorf, "Albany; and Julie Schneider, Melrose. Ambassadors of the dairy industry in Steams County include: Janie Zabinski, St. Cloud; Shelly Geise, Richmond; "Mary Urbashick, Albany; Stacy Uhlenkamp, Sauk Centre; Sherry Evans, Freeport; Kelly Overman, Albany; and Nancy VanDreide, Melrose. at it tt Alternative tillage and weed control Last year's tillage and weed control program may not be the best this year. Chances are only 40 to 50 percent that there will be the same weather conditions. I might suggest planng ahead with a number of weed control options ready to go, depending on conditions. Many people are considering the rotary hoe sys- tem. It may or may not work this year. If you get a high-in- tensity thunderstorm shortly af- ter rotary hoeing, you may get sandblasting on corn and soy- beans. A weed control program that leaves some clods, surface roughness, and residue, will help prevent wind and water erosion. Black "clumps" in trees A fungal disease called black knot is showing again in cherry, chokecherry, and plum. Infection occurs in the slxing as the new growth is starting to emerge. Slightly swollen areas may be visible by the end of the first growing season. After a second summer of growth, the swollen areas are readily visible as elongate, black, woody galls which give off spores in the spring which infect new growth or wounds. Black knot control includes removal of all knots and slightly swollen areas. Then a dormant lime sulphur after pruning is also beneficial. -'Kimlll Tri-County News--Thursday, April 25, 1991 15 Crabgrass control information Crabgrass is an annual that dies each fall and sprouts from new seed each spring. In an av- erage year, crabgrass begins to " sprout around Memorial Day; so crabgrass killer should be ap- plied two weeks prior. Most pre-emergents maintain peak ef- fectiveness only 6-8 weeks, then taper off. Along with using pre-'* emergent herbicide to prevent crabgrass seed from sprouting, work to improve the lawn by fertilizing twice in the fall and once in the spring. The thicker the turf, the less opportunity there is for crabgrass seeds to reach the soil and sprout. k k Jk KIWI3QII Llbr'Qr'y- mondag 10:30 - 12:;30 I :OO - 5:00 Wednesdav 10:30- 12:30 1:00-5:30 Thursdo g I:OO - 5:00 Frldag 1:00 - 5::30 6:OO- 8:00 Sllttur'dog I O:OO - 12:OO Phone: 390-3g 15 Rnpr Electric tb00r Kimball Area Emereency FOOD Sl ;IELF SI.Anne's Church Kimball IO  Io II AM. Tu]m & TlmmMla For after-hour emerRencles call one of the area churches Dr. Terrence L. Tencebel 1 Dr. Mlke Void ommt 715 N. Wbley, Utclffleld 691-11m 30 0ek Am. N., Amwnd41o ly4.,lml! Or. Hamon Vernon It. 1 Tel. Dassel, 275-3056 DINGMANN FUNERAL HOME 3911-5055 or 274-8811 CHAPELS KIMBALL ANNANDALE 4, MAPLE LAKE Art ahp,m, ,Ub, ab,dm REED'S APPLIANCE REPAIR Slmldmk, omql &Brew= llmldm IL Ilnm= Ildm A. IIBII Kindmll oF COUNmn. Annondale Offk:e 398-7900 Dr. I(erl L Admen 274-B221 visit us Wednesday Man. 9-5 Thurs. By App't. mornings at Tues. 4-8 Fri. 9 - 5 THE STATE lANK Wed. 9-5 OF KIMIALL Dr. H. F. W enngatz David R. Plnttes, M.D. Shelley Cook, R.N..m. Annandale Familycare Center 60 No. Maple Ave., Annondole 0fflce koen 8:30 - 5:00 M-F 0p,. Smrd00 nor.i00 274-3744. Teleplme enmered dey or nillkt