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6 Kimball Tri-County News--Thursday, June 27, 1991 !  Dairy Pdnss nd St. Cloud--A new Region VI Dairy Princess has been chosen to advance to the state's Princess Kay of the Milky Way contest at the Minnesota State Fair. Naomi Waldorf was crowned at ceremonies at the Holiday Inn on Friday, June 21, 1991. Her attendants are Faye Eckman and Barbara Fiereck. Waldorf is the daughter of Roman and Dolores Waldorf, Albany. She was sponsored by Stearns County Dairy Association. She is 18 years old and plans to attend the Univermty of St. Thomas and major in mass communications. Eckman is the daughter of Richard and Janet gckman, Kimball. She was sponsored by Knaus' Sausage House. She is 18 years old and will attend Minnesota Bible College pro-suing a degree in secondary education. Fiereck is the daughter of Kenneth and Nancy Fiereck is the daughter of Kenneth and Nancy Fiereck, Clear Lake. She was sponsored'by Sberburne County Dairy Association. She is 19 years old and is a student at Stout University with a major in hotel manngemeng Seven stearns and Shertmrne County dairy farmers' daushters competed for the Region VI crown during the annual Central Minnesota Dairy Days on ursday and Friday, Jtme 20-21. Central Minnesota Dairy Days and the Regional Dairy Princess contest are sponsored by the Agribusiness Division of the St. Cloud Area Chamber of Commerce, the American Dairy Associations of the county, regional and state level and numerous firms and individuals around the area. The retiring Region VI Princess is Lisa Roering, Belgrade. Celebrete 4tk of Jely mt momtr Irk im A Come one, come all, to an old- fashioned Independence Day Celebration at Minnesota Pioneer Park on the 4th of July, 11:30 to 5p.m. There will be demonstrations in shingle sawing, baking bread, butter churning, soapmaking, making paper, blacksmithing and wood carving. Eartbway Farms will be assisting in the celebration with an exhibit of their unique animals, (llamas, miniature goats, pet-bellied pigs, etc.) and demonstrating corn shelling. Photos and photo buttons will be available for a nominal fee. A meal of buffalo burgers or brats will be served for $3.50 and a hot deg meal for $3.50. Gate admission of $4.00 for adults, $3.00 for seniors and $3.00 for students and ch/ldren under age 6 will be admitted for free. If you would like any further I I Lenny's Excavating Licensed, Bonded & Certified Septic Systems Backhoe Work Basements Crawler.Hoe Work Phone 252-5808 / WHAT HAIL /00/STORMS / ' " DESTROY," 1/ HAlL " /, INSURANCE -- REPAYS / CALL US! \\; Kimball State Agency Ron Wenzel, Agent 398-5500 or 398-3500 information, please call (612) 274- 8489. Problems with tim IllS? If you've tested your skills against the IRS computer and lest or run amuck in a sea of paper, the Problem Resolution Office (PRO) may be able to give yona hand. Most of the time, you'll be able to take care of any Imsiness with the Internal Revenue Service through a phone call or a letter. But once in a while, things smffu d after seversl letter, d ptme calls, the problem still isn't solved. That's when the Imck stops at the Problem Resolutien Office. Last year, PRO's across the nation helped more than 4OO,OOO Americans with tax problems ranging from misapplied payments and lost rem to scrambled social security numbers, garbled surnames, address changes, and Taxpayer Assistance Orders. But the PRO's do more than just put out fires; they peevent mere too, by spotting tdms in the system and vecting them bofm-e they cause trouble for everyoue. If you have a problem with the IRS and haven't been able to solve it through mrmal channels, call the IRS toll-flee at 1-800429- 1040 and ask for the Problem Resolution Office. Moving Sale FH. &Sat. Les Loch EXCHANGE STUDENT... 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One glass of milk provides enough energy to walk one mile, dance one hour, play nine holes of golf, clean house for two hours of climbing 196 stairs, Absorbing Refrigerator Odors What do coffee, charcoal and newspapers have in common? Each is a great "home remedy" for absorbing food odors in your refrigerator. Power outages, spoiled food, a strong onion- or garlic-based dish or just normal summertime refrigerator activity.., they can all leave you with a refrigerator that smells less than fresh. Sometimes, these odors become so strong that even scrubbing the interior won't eliminate them. At that point, say Whirlpool home economists, you may want to try absorbing the odors instead of trying to wash them away. These methods are proven effective for absorbing refrigerator odors.., and each one allows you to leave the refrigerator running while it's deodorizing: Ponr soveral cups of baking soda or activated charcoal (available at most hardware stores or through appliance parts dealers) onto a 13- by 9-inch cookie sheet and place it in the refrigerator. Remove the soda or c after several days and discard it. Fill two to four medium-sized cereal bowls with fresh ground coffee and place them inside the refrigerator. Remove the bowls and discard the coffee after several days. If a coffee odor lingers, remove it by washing the interior of the refrigerator with a mild solution of baking soda and warm water. As a last resort, try stuffing your refrigerator with crumpled newspaper. First, remove all food and store it elsewhere (you may also want to remove the shelves). Fill as much spae as possible with Gomge Sale newspaper (it may take New York Times to do thJ leaving enough room bowl of waer in the Let the refrigerator run for several days, then newspaper and water interior with a mild odors fresh newspapers. sound strange, but the reaction of the newsprint, water really works! Also important are methods to keel before they become a all foods in the freezer in air-tight wrapping or Avoid storing for long periods of time (this pizza, casseroles and taining onion or garlic). Finally, try every two to three the shelves, crispers drawers with detergent. Yard Sale Set. Jm 29 8 a.m. to 12 noon Sit., Jlle :t9 Toastee oven, TV, high chair 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. metal shelf, bike, camp stove, some cratts, children's Fwlwe, detas, Misc. IIm.&eM Illnms. itmlors, men&women's dothin0 end lots morel 6 nd. S. ef IUmbdl toxeme Dick/J Croft 3 mi. N. ef gkgstm 7 . m 355 St. " s.. d -- 1 "NO CHECKS PLEA,. j Fair Hoven Old Settlers', and Lions' Club Gorden Tractor Pull Registration ................. 1:00 p.m. Starting Time ................ 2:00 p.m. off tam s 0 - 8HP 9- 12HP 13 - 16 HP 17.20 HP Modified (Garden Tractor Rear-end) Human Pull (6 Individuals Per Team} Saturday, June 29th Fair Haven Park