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Thursday, June 23, 2011 Students Youth Page 5 nnRnrln'lllllll IngM MR rmmmmmmmmmlRmm News of our students 'FRE Book sale in North Dakota State University Rochester Comm. & Technical Annandale July 2 (NOSU) graduates College spring dean's list The spring 2011 graduation From Kimball is Rachel N. Lahr.  ""t/'  The Annandale Friends of the from North Dakota State University St. Cloud Technical and Library are hosting the annual includes Jeremiah James Simones Community College 6 Sub I I book sale at city hall 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, July 2. Paper- backs, hardcover, video, DVDs, CDs, puzzles, records, and col- lectible books are available. Come early for the best selection. For more information, contact the Annandale Public Library, (320) RiverSong Music Festival accepting applications RiverSong is a music festival 'in Hutchinson that features folk, bluegrass, blues, and Americana music. RiverSong will be celebrat- ing its third year July 29-30. As part of the 2011 RiverSong Festival, we are excited to announce that there will be a Food Fair and specialty vendor area along with all of the great music during the weekend. Vendor Applications for the 2011 festival are now available. Appli- cations can be obtained from the RiverSong website www.riversong Applications must be received by July 9. About RiverSong Music Festival RiverSong is a non-profit orga- nization comprised of volunteers from Hutchinson and surround- ing areas. The organization was formed in 2007 and is currently operating as part of the Hutchin- son Center for the Arts organiza- tion. of South Haven. He graduated with a BS in Environmental Design. Central Lakes College spring dean's list From Kimball is Amanda Krippner. Mandy (Gehrke) Northenscold of South Haven has been named to the SCTCC president's list of honor students for both the fall 2010 and spring 2011 semesters. To be named to the president's list, a stu- dent must have earned a 4.0 grade point average and be a full-time degree-seeking student. Ryan Dammann receives Tore Scholarship Education is a top priority for The Tore Company, where a host of life-long learning opportunities for employees has been a company hallmark for years. This includes two scholarship programs offered to employee dependents through the Tore Giving Program and the Kendrick B. Melrose Family Foun- dation. In 2011, these programs awarded scholarships to 130 stu- dents in California, Minnesota, Nebraska, Texas, Wisconsin, Mex- ico and Australia, all totaling more than $212,000. The goal of the Tore Scholar- ship Program and the Kendrick B. Melrose Family Foundation Schol- arship Program is to recognize a diverse mix of deserving students. Together, these programs have contributed more than $3 million in tuition assistance to employee dependents, and it continues to grow each year. Both programs cur- renfly award individual gifts that range from $500 to $2,000. Tore is proud of its commitment to educa- tion for both employees and their families as another way of giving back to the community. The Tore Giving Program is proud to announce the scholar- ship recipient is Ryan Dammann of Clearwater who will be attending St. Cloud State University. I I OUTDOOR/SHOP & SPORTING: Aluma-craff 14-ff fishing boat w/trailer; Alumacraft 14-ff fish- ing boat; (2) Briggs & Stratton 4-H.P. outboard motors; Minkota trolling motor; Steel boat lift; 1976 Polaris Colt SS 250 Snowmobile, 954 miles, 1 owner; 20- & 28-ft aluminum extension ladders; (3) 7-tine fishing spears; (2) 5-tine fish- ing spears; Duck decoys; Fish decoys; Eskimo gas ice auger; Coleman lantern; Jiffy ice auger; Tackle & tackle boxes; Garden tiller for parts; Shovels & axes; Camping equipment; 2 wood stepladders; Circular saw; Fertilizer spreader; Agri-Fab 10-cu. ft. lawn trailer; Stihl string trim- mer; Tore snow thrower; Tore mini-tiller; Asst'd hand tools; 6' windmill; Goose decoys; Wood plugs; Ice chisel; Wishing well; Lawn swing; Rods & reels; Gas cans; Garden tools; Snow shoes; ice skates; Cots. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Square table; Plant stand; Cream separator; Sled; Hand com pfanter; 3 oil cans; Mantle dock; Religious statues; Religious pictures & frames; 2 machinery seats on separator stands; Wood tool box & tools; 2 horse cdlars w/mirrors; ',Abed rocker;, Pitcher & bowl; fin picnic basket; Wash stand; Copper lamps; Many quilts; Crystal; Silver;, Copper pet; Shadow box; Drop-leaf table; Rochester copper sterilizer;, Last Supper picture; Metal cooler;, Bottle capper, Glass- ware; Horse harness; Egg basket; Colored jars; Oil painting; Jewelry boxes; Oak table; 8 oak chairs; Block & tackle; Crosscut saw; Lanterns; Kraut cut- tee Old tin cans; Ice saw. FIREARMS: Winchester Model 120012-gauge pump shotgun; (2) Remington 30-06 Model 740 dfles w/scopes; Stevens Model 15A single-shot 22-cal. dfie; Madin single-shot 22 rifle; New Haven Model 273B 410 single-shot shotgun; Winchester Model 190 22-cal. semi-auto rifle; 8-gun wood gun cabinet; Recurve bow; Amino box; Gun cases; Gun rack. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Sofa & Ioveseat; (2) 3-piece bedroom sets; Kirby Sentra vacuum (2 yrs old); Round table w/4 chairs; 2 end tables; coffee table; Card tables w/chairs;Gazell exerdse equip.; Night stand; Dresser; Wood wardrobe; Chest; Wood-burning stove; Sentry safe; Christmas or- naments; Humidifier;, Punch bowl set; TV trays; Magazine rack; Cedar chest; Wildlife print; Lamps; Bookshelf;, Luggage; Stemware; Dishes. Many, many more items - too numerous to list here. Peter & Mary Ann Stenger Estate, Church eT Knick knacks; F. (not complete); owners Your Auction Professioemls ]1o1 320-$63-7419 St. }etqJ Cols. Dennis, Mike & John MBke 320-276-811 Paymm411e Meagher Auctioneers Demb 320-363-7643 St. Uc. 73-050009, 10 & I t lAX $20-363..0176 emaih m m Ladies' Night at the Gym begins at KAHS This is an invitation to "Ladies Night at the Gym." Open gym for girls' basketball, grades K-12, and alumni, will be held from 6:30- 8:30 p.m. every Thursday in June and July, at the Kimball Area High School. Coach Jeremy Kuechle will be coordinating and supervising, and there will be no charge. We'll work on dribbling, shooting, pick- up games, skills demonstrations, and advice. Let's play some bas- ketball! Any questions can be directed to Jeremy Kuechle at jeremy, or cell phone (320) 293-0458. K00mball senior Dtninq Menu June 27-July 1 Monday-Euchre: Swiss steak, parslied potatoes, beets, wheat bread, peaches. Tuesday-Euchre: Apple cinna- mon French toast bake, sausage links, orange juice, tri-tator patty, fresh fruit. Wednesday: Pork roast, red- skinned potatoes w/gravy, steamed cabbage, wheat bread, lemon chiffon. Thursday: Hearty stew, French bread, seven-layer salad, peanut butter bar. Friday-Foot Clinic & Blood Pressures: Meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, carrots, wheat bread, fruit cocktail. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211, ext. 13, between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are available at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Partially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Coun- cil of Aging as part of the Older Americans Act and administered by Catholic Charities of the Dio- cese of St. Cloud. : OPEN HOUSE" ........................... six r' }2' x 20" storage barn to be moved Six old violins and 4-string banjo ; John Deers Buc k 4X4 wth snow blade 1939 Nazi cross with swashka 5 speed heavy duty drill press 24 kt gold and brass belt buckle ::i.:l SATURDAY00 JUNE 25 ...................................................... handlei ...... 7:!: :: : : Speed{cx S-23 tractor wilh digger Haws wo.t,rn pislol-pea I 10 A M. NOON ............................ ) .............................. Yard ornaments, d eer and dog Billy Royal" 15" show saddle with silver trim JlW Freedom SC peter electric (top of the line) | 16308 78 th KIMBALL ...................................  ........................... Double wheel gfindel Full set of jel tea dishes Heavy duty eecrlc 8ril Christmas set of dishes (Nippon) Crahsman riding mower Hand painted Nippon dishes I : :::: Come enjoy the best buy around ............................ ) .......... ) .................. 5 hp garden tller kettqes (Swor6s are Weyet sbefg K=rschkun Solingen} . = Tool boxes and cools PIPe cutters all wlth Swastikas Three chain bmdes Yard benches Brass divers helmet from 1941 I Acreage and amazing setting. .................................................... ,oo,',.0,o'w,,,,,"''o. ,o, .,o, .o,. ,v 2) Wall bracket lamps wh re floctors 21 Old Cadillac cars Chevy Step Van '02 For FIS0 4 door 122,283 rqle Chevy Metro car Car trailer wlt enclosed top Two whetrabler w,th camper top 01d Alumacra boat an trair Beveled edge mirror isplay ease with glass top Lrge screen TV 0wl arid bird kmck knacks Tins fro around th worW Large amount a sewi mgterials Stuffed animals, pheasant, turkey, and rooster Cramatlc djustabe queen bed very nice) Round hot tb (use indoors) Two four drawer dressers Small 6ibsen speaker amp Singer sewing machine 8 foot sep Idder Co.queror gwtar Chest of drawers Boom box radio Wall mantle firpeee Largecupandsaucercolect,on Mnlature creamers Oisplw with a supes Your satisfaction is my greatest concern. Randy Meierhofer Office: (320) 685-58 Cell: 320-290-2870