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Crossword ACROSS 1 Demon 4 That woman- 7 Banshee's cry 11 Bridle strap 13 Church seating 14 Without acting 15 Greek vowel 16 Exist 17 Apportion (out) 18 Honey bunch? 20 Highland hillside 22 Cage component 24 Machine- 1 2 3 11 12 15 18 28 29 30 33 37 41 44 50 51 52 56 59 53 Slight touch 28 32 33 34 36 37 39 41 43 44 46 50 gun by plane 55 See 45- Wheedled Down Olympics 56 Freeway award access Acknow- 57 -- out a ledge living Used a 58 Reddish shovel horse Supermarket 59 Chills and stack fever River 60 Butterfly embankmentcatcher Varied 61 "To be or California -- to be" city Hawaiian DOWN garland 1 Eye part Prisoner's 2 Cat's call room 3 Pocket Oust bread Leaping 4 Hot tub insect 5 KFC flavorer 4 5 B 13 16 20 |- 2324 - | 31 34 35 39 |- 4243 45 ;53 54 57 6 Basin accessories 7 Football position 8 Commotion 9 Under the weather 10 Caustic solution 12 Cliffhanger, often 19 Wire mea sure 21 $ dispenser 23 Foundation 25 Hebrew month 26 Bleacherites 27 Otherwise 28 Young bovine 29 State with certainty 2013 King Features Synd.; Inc. 7 8 9 10 14 17 25 26 27 36 :III 47 48 49 55 58 1 6-7----- 30 Jupiter's alias 31 Flop 35 Hedges of baseball lore 38 Away from WSW 40 Geese's formation 42 Bygone 45 With 55- Across, War of 1812 battle site 47 Press 48 "Arrivederci" 49 Bivouac shelter 50 Monk's title 51 Trail behind 52 Ostrich's cousin 54 Wager r pJ o NorLd js On-line ticketing/ Quarry Cinema has ALL-DIGITAL picture and sound! Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 Fast & Furious 6 Star Trek: Into Darkness Iron Man 3 STARTING 6/11: $2 matinees at 10 a.m. Tuesdays : & Wednesdays supu g :emil uo!lnlos ..taM ruv -- om'so, r3 You can now order rubber stamps, seals and signs. Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look! 70 Main Street South Kimball (320) 398-5000 J '#, I" Co pi 4j!he Kimbal Area Historical Society ' By Phyllis Greely Hoeft, 1974 Published in the Tri-County News May 30, 2002. I was asked to go to the Elwin Petty home on Carnelian Lake Saturday afternoon to take the picture of the graduating claSs of 1924 at their reunion. I was given to read Selma's copy of the excel- lent booklet composed of 20 mim- eographed pages prepared for the event by Catherine Whannel Ray. She used notes from the record of Flora Brewer Lee, who had pre- served a very complete record of their high school years. It was fascinating reading to me and I am sure that many of you readers would also find it very interesting to read in its entirety. The account of the history of the class which started with 17 Seven of the members of the graduating class of 1924 and one of, members and had 10 graduates is their teachers attended their class reunion at the Selma Petty home full ofamusingincidents recorded in late August 1974. From left to right are Marjorie Knower Oren ot in the I~oklet and they give us an Wells, Janette Keelgen Congon of Crane Lake; Catherine Whannel intimate look into a period when Ray of St. Paul, Harvard Ray of St. Paul, Harvard Ray of St, Paul, Flora Kimball High School was still Brewer Lee of Howard Lake, Selma Mielke Petty of Kimball, Marian quite young. You know the oldest Nutting Dale (their teacher) of Jacksonville, Fla., and Ruth Sherwood part - the front section - of our ele- Lewis of Detroit, Mich. mentary school was built in 1911, so it was only one year old when appropriate music was played and ate copying them to enhance thi~ the graduating class members of sungfor each one. Catherine rep- year's 2013 theme: "Main Stree~ 1924 were first graders, resented the kindergarten girl; Memories." If you can help us, i~ In the junior year of the class, Flora, the school girl; Ruth, the will complete t'his year s Augus~ the account states: "Miss Nutting high school graduate; Ailie the col- Kimball Days unique histor~ organized a Girls Glee Club and lege girl; Vern, the vamp; Selma, exhibit at city hall. Thank you.] we practiced after school, usu- the society dame; and Mabel, the Contact us as early as possible at ally two nights a week. Two songs bride." our information below. with four parts, one of which was "Miss Sober began to direct a Welcome new members. 'The Gypsy Trail' were sung at a girls gymnasium class. One after- Thank you for supporting the school program, and at a commu- noon during the period, the girls Kimball Area Historical Society. nitymeeting (in the old TownHall played leap frog and weremost Come and enjoy an evening of -also the scene of all the basketball entertainingly watched by the relaxation, reminisce at one of our games), boys in the library. When this class regular events. June: Dean Urdaht "A Junior Senior Banquet was was discontinued (did the leap presents "Conspiracy-Who Really given about the middle of May. It frog bit take care of that?), a girls Killed Lincoln." Fairhaven's Old caused the juniors much worry basketball team was organized. Settlers includes our History and trouble, but was carried out Harvard Ray was allowed to skip Exhibit and more. Keep watching with remarkable success. It rained chemistry class to help coach." this column for details. all day and the kids who had to get The booklet contained so much If you have something to share decorations were soaked. In the more and concluded with rather about this week's column, let us evening, the lights went out and complete biographies of each know. And, if you have something candles were used. member of the class, including the ~ of your own to share with our read- "An interesting feature of two now deceased, Mabel Braden ers, we welcome your contribution the evening was the 'Bachelor's Linn and Wayne Adkins. of storywith or without photo. Dream.' Wayne represented the Text and photo from the Tri- Write, call or e-mail us at The bachelor sitting begore a fireplace County News, Aug. 22, 1974. Kimball Area Historical Society, in an easy chair, dreaming of by- * * * * * * * PO Box 55, Kimball MN 55353, gone days. The lights were made Main Street Memories. Do you (320) 398-5250, or 5743, history. very dim and the junior girls each have any older photographs of matters@meltel.net, plus Face- representing one whom he had Kimball's Main Street buildings book. loved came in one at a time and and businesses? The Kimball Area * * * * * * * Historical Society would appreci- Pickled asparagus By Deb Botzek-Linn, U elM Extension Pickling is not just for cucum- bers anymore! One of the first crops, of the season is asparagus and it is a good candidate for pick- ling. Use the freshest asparagus for best color. Choose spears with straight, green (possibly tinged with purple) and tightly closed tips. Thinner spears are preferred for pickling. The quality deterio- rates very rapidly after it has been harvested, so keep it cool. Pickled Asparagus Recipe For six wide-mouth pint j are: 10 pounds asparagus 6 large garlic cloves 4-1/2 cups water 4-1/2 cups white distilled vinegar (5%) 6 small hot peppers (optional) 1/2 cup canning salt 3 teaspoons dill seed For seven 12-ounce jars: 7 pounds asparagus 7 large garlic cloves 3 cups water 3 cups white distilled vinegar (5%) 7 small hot peppers (optional) 1/3 cup canning salt 2 teaspoons dill seed Procedure: 1. Wash and rinse canning jars; keep hot until ready to use. Pre- pare lids according to manufac- turer's directions. 2. Wash asparagus well, but gently, under running water. Cut stems from the bottom to leave spears with tips that fit into the canning jar with a little more than V2-inch headspace. Peel gar- lic cloves. Place a garlic clove at the bottom of each jar, and tightly pack asparagus into hot jars with the blunt ends down. 3. In a sauce pan combine water, vinegar, hot peppers (optional), salt and dill seed. Bring to a boil. Place one hot pepper (if used) in each jar over asparagus spears. Pour boiling hot pickling brine over spears, leaving 1/2-inch headspace. 4. Remove air bubbles and adjust headspace if needed. Wipe rims of jars with a dampened, clean paper towel; apply two-piece metal canning lids. 5. Process in a boiling water canner for 10 minutes. Allow pickled asparagus to sit in.processed jars for 3 to 5 days before consumption for best flavor development. Source: So Easy to Preserve, University of Georgia