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NEI..,jS F I LE BOX 631 :--:: LINC:0LN NE 68506 open house graduation  Single Copy 30' Will be held for Eric Lei- It Holy Cross School at  Stearns r l-ake at 1:30 p.m. Sunday,  / t00llill i !illll Jekoskaplmts to I KIMBALL, STEARNS COUNTY, IIt:SO'I'A 55353 Thursday, June 27, 199] -- Sat., 29 * VOL X[, ,o. 24i *********'1 I *******--*----*************************--*** Yma" reservatiens to hear Jehoshaphats" at Ballroom in Kimball, , o Saturday, June 29th. are a non profit musical made up of United clergy and church and friends. They were 5 years ago by Rev. After expenses are 1 proceeds go to charity. away over $5,000 United Methodist Church charities. They have eh raise thousands rough benefit concerts. required by June Play a combination of Jazz and Gospel :- Not all members show up concert because of Check to see which will be at our concert. Members are: Suzanne Mades - flute; Fritz Sauer - trumpet, Barbara York - Vocalist, Jim Torok - Clarinet, Robert Shaw - Trombone, Lyndy Zabel - piano, Darc Tidball - drums, Elton Brown-tuba. For reservations call 398-7095 or 398-2196 or write Alice Stelton, Rt. 2, Box 260B, Kimball, MN 5,53,53. City compost and brvsh pick up schedule July 1, 1991 August 5, 1991 Sept. 3, 1991 (Tuesday) Sept. 23, 1991 Please place items at the curb and the City Maintenance Dept. will pick up at no charge. City of Kimball Fair Haven Old Settlers Picnic to be held Saturday nfen Cizem Group" who were respor-)ie for having the are Rolfin Stuve, Lester filbert, Millord Ilsan and Adeline Old Settlers Day in will commemorate Qttter, pioneer forums Ud to store weapons American Indian IS00s. of the fort was found last sumer by of South llaven was doing local research for his Finding the on a map showed the fort was constructed Market is now. spent Ume dur the more at the in St. Clond and , nndings with the l Society. and have been  at the origiual site by the Fair Haven Citizens .Group of Lester and Adeline Filbert, Nelson and Rollin Stuve. The sign was made and donated by local residents John Rolay, lettered by Stuve, ronted by Elvin Blumke and concrete was furnished by Jerry Kuseske Masonry. A much larger, formal Historical marker will be dedicated at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Fair Haven Park. The large, black iron sign will tell the story of the old fortress in gold letters and will serve as a state historical marker for the area. The state sign was also an effort of the citizens committee, Sen. Joe Bertram and Dave Nystuen of the Minnesota Historical Society, and paid for by the South Haven VFW Pest 7332. Pictured are this year's Fair Haven Old Settlers Day queen candidates. Their names and sponsors ore, front row, L to R: Alissa Kuseske - Arnalds' of Kimball; Betty Jo Knutsan - Video Haven; Tammy Whitters - Corky's Bar; Stacy Wah - Schill Trucking; Deb Kersten - Jeppasen's Store. Row 2, L to R: Amy Hunt - Fair Haven Lions & Lioness; Tina Reischl - Lohsa Transfer; Lisa Vonnurden - Kimball Trustworthy Hardware; Nicole Meemken - D&R Fair Haven Market. Not Pictured: April Schmidt - Kimball American Legion. Coronation will take place at the Fair Haven Park on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. (Anita Piepbrn is the coodinator of the queen pageant.) By Russ King Old Settlers Day will be celebrating its 67th year in Fair Haven Saturday with the annual parade, games, queen coronation and historical marker ceremony. The day will start at 10 a.m. with a parade of more than 80 units. The line up will be in tbe parking lot of the Concordia Lutheran Church in Fair Haven and will travel down Main Street to the Fair Haven Christian Church, up one block west, down another street and end beck at the Concordia Church. There is no fee or registration for the parade, so anyone may enter by being at the parede line- upat9a.m. 1"ne day will also indede the traditional  Beef Dimly, oocen stands, program and lawn tractor pull. 1"nis year will also introduce a people p during the tractor pull, wbere teams of men and women will pull the same weighed sled that the traetm-s pull. Later in the evening, I0 local candidates will be competing for the crown of Miss Fair Haven tlis year. The candidates were intially judged Tuesday, June 25, during an evening tea at the Fair Haven Christian Church. But judges will also be marking ballots during the parade and concluding the competition at the coronation in the park Saturday at7p.m. A dance will follow the ceremony. d lvmt 9to 10 a.m., Parade line-up Concordia Lutheran Church 10 a.m., Parade 11 a.m., 1 Marker Dedication Beef Dimaer Cucete open I p.m., Program 2 p.m., Tract and People Pull 7 p.m., Queen Cwmatl 8 p.m., to midnight, Dance I gild Lqim to mrd00 American Legion members and auxiliary will march in the Fair Haven Old Settlers Day Parade Saturday, June 29th, at 10 a.m. Be at the Legion Club in Klmlmll 9 a.m. or the Cuncordia Lu Church parking lot at 9:30a.m. Girls meet at Concordia Lutheran Church at 9:00 a.m. for marching in the parade Sat., June 29, for Fair Haven Old Settlers Picnic Day. Wear white shirts and sashes. Summer Recreation Activities During the week of July 4, July 1-5, there will be no summer recreation activities, including Open Gym. All activiUes will resume the week starting July 8. Tbere will not be anyone in the Community Ed. office the week of the Fourth. Leave a message on the machine and we will return your call the following week. Thanks and have a great fourth! I | Open gym volunteers are still .needed in order to keep it rum. C,mmy the gm i opm Monday - Thursday, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. If volunteers do not come forward and Peep do not start usins the facilities, the gym will no longer be open. Please call if you are interested in volunteering, 3SS- 3781. Tbe gym will not be open the week of the Fonrth of July. TCCP'I Sur bid hy sdmbbd The Tri-County Conservation Project will conduct it's annual Summer Field Day on Tuesday, July 16, 1991 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Special emphasis this year will be on animal waste (Cuntinued on Page 8)