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20 Kimboll Tri-Coty News--Thorsday, June 27, 1991 Opw, Hox#H neq eml Keme Dbgmem to cdekme 25 emdvonwY Doug and K Dingmann, 324 2rid Ave. So., Sauk Rapids, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a 2-6 Open House on Saturday, July 13th, at the Sauk Rapids Legion. Hosts for the event will be the couple's sons, daughters and daughter-in-law, Daniel and Monica Dingmann, Sartell; and Debbie, Wadena; Doug & Dawn, Sauk Rapids. Doug and Karen (Smith) Dingmann were married June 18, 1966 in St. Timothy's Catholic Church, Maple Lake, MN. NOTICE The Kimball Beautification group will meet Tuesday, July 2, at 7:00 p.m. in the Willow Creek picnic shelter. Anyone interested in joining the group is welcome. IMdk Ikdk00 The City Council meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall. If you Wish to be placed on the City Council Agela, please notify the City Oerk at 398-2725 by 10:30 aan. on the Monday before the meeting. There will also be a Citizen's Forum from 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. at each council meeting for citizens who want to be heard by the council and are not on the agenda. This forum will last for only one haft hour. The council will then proceed with its regular agenda. City Council City of Kimball Prairie . Hogpid Notes . Rita (Flaschenriem) Dropps (Mrs. Wally) of 313 Stearns Ave., Paynesville, MN 56362, had the misfortune of slipping on a wet spot while shopping in St. Cloud last Wednesday. She was taken by ambulance to the St. Cloud Hospital where she had her broken hip repaired on Thursdayl She will be confined to a wheelchair for some time upon 'leaving the hospital.: She would appreciate receiving some cards at the hospital where she will be for several more days, or they can be sent to her home in Paynesville. She is recuperating nicely and receiving therapy. Sheis in room 627. I $otm mns from BWCA Five Boy Scouts ana tve adults returned from a week's stay in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. The group pushed off in five canoes in Moe Lake near Ely and portaged and paddled their way on a 50-mile trek. The wonderful outdoors was enjoyed by all as smallmouth bass and walleyes were the prime target for each evening's meal. The Scouts dearly enjoyed the call of the loons, bald eagles, the cow moose and her two calves, the white-tail deer and her fawn in camp, and the playful otter with her two kits that fed on the fish heads that we returned to the lake. Great weather provided for daily swimming with a bar of soap. Lots of suntain oil was used and in some cases, more should have been used. The group visited and paid respects to Grandma Root Beer. At one time in Knife Lake a lady named Dorothy provided homemade root beer to canod Her island is kept free of camp  in memory of her. Scouts going on the trip Jesse Liedman, Jamie Morley. Joey Theisen, Jarold Cooper, Paul Hanan. Adults surviving it- Pastor Norm Hanan, Roger eqL*A Cooper, Chad Cooper, ld Mueller, and Scoutmaster Liedman. Many Point is next on m, summer agenda for Troop p,. Camp will run July 7-13. Mlm, l m, tl,ck pn, gr t+ Im +fferl Honda-Kawasaki of providing schedules for Anyone in; wishing information on _,Jim,, may pick them up at Bo,, Kawasaki of Wfllmar, HwY. East during business hors; Molay 9a.m. - 7 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Satm'day 9 a.m.-3:30 n.mv. schedules are for motor.1 riders of all ages in Mmmota to noustrate  coltment to ndeT . Basic Rider Skills, Advan' Rider Skills, Inspection and Pick up your schedule now. Milton & Ruby Justison to $0tb endvermry There will be an olpm house in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Milton and Ruby Justison on Sunday, July 7, from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. at their home in Kiagst. It Is beog hosted by their children. (No gifts, please.) cart  811}$ Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the School Board, Independent School District No. 739, Kimball, MN for providing the following itmns: Seven (7) lmSSenger mini-van, compact car, playground equipment, fire-proof safe, and storage building, according to specifications on file in the office of the Superintondent of Seboois. Bids are to be received up to 2:00 p.m., July 16, 1991, and olzmed by the School Board at .2.'00 p.m. that day and tabulated for presentation to the board at a later time. Bidders are requested to secure specifications and bid forms from the superintmdent's office at the Kimball Area High School. Bids are to be submitted in an opaque sealed envelope, addressed to the Superintendent of Schools, P.O. Box 368, Kimball, MN 55.3.53 and marked on the outside "BID", and must be accompanied by the bidder's bond or certified check for five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Publish6/20,6/27,7/4,7/11 Notices NOTICE TO CITY RESIDENTS The water hydrants will be flushed on Wednesday and Thursday, June 26th & 27th. NOTICE Interested in discussing Kimball's future? Come join the Community Focus Group Thursday evening, 7-9 p.m. at the City Hall. You and yonr ideus will be most welcome ! NOTICE Kimball Saddle Club will meet Sunday, June 30, 12:00 at the Jacobson farm. Bring your horse t a  dlsho Meet wm be held at this time. For information call Colleen Jacobson, 236-2347. NOTICE The American Legion, Frederick A. Metcalf post 261 of Kimball, has its monthly meeting the first Tuesday of every month. All members should attend our monthly meetly_ on July 2 at 8:30 p.m. at the American Legion Club. Notice Due to the July 4th holiday garbage will be picked up Saturday, July 6. Smith Sanitation Protect .Your Vacation With Travelers Cheques nytime you travel, it's a good idea to carry travelers cheques instead of cash. They are accepted all over the world. And, if they're lost or stolen, you can get a refund. Before you travel, come see us for travelers cheques. "Hometown Banking With Your Neighbors & Friends." State Bank of Kimball 398-5500 or 398-3500 Member FDIC