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Thursday, July 4, 2013 i -T , '"'"'"" EnUSctnent Borman- Robertson 00nnivcrs00ric5 Hoskins 50 th Ed and Rose Borman of Kim- ball are excited to announce the engagement of their daughter Abby to Joey Robertson, son of Tony Robertson of Watkins, and' Leah Tompkins of Milaca. Abby is a 2011 graduate of Kim- ball Area High School. She has her A.A. Degree from SCTCC, and will continue her education at the Uni- versity of California, Irvine, in pur- suit of a degree in the legal field. Joey is a 2009 graduate of Kim- ball Area High School and is an active duty U.S. Marine, cur- rently stationed at Camp Pend- leton in California with the First Light Armored Recon Battalion as a mortarman. The wedding "date is set for July 20, 2013, at Holy Cross Church in Pearl Lake/Marty. As Lee and Bonnie Hoskins approach 50 years together, B.A.L.L. invite you and your family to an open house celebration with the Hoskins' family and friends. Come join them and celebrate 1:30 to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 13, at Powder Ridge Ski Area, 15015 93rd Avenue, Kimball. No gifts, please. Hosts are B.A.L.L. and their families (Becky Moldenhauer, Alana Kopp, Laurance Hoskins, and Lewis Hoskins). An RSVP to Alana is appreci- ated (for planning) but not nec- essarYstyle event, t attendE_mail: this pen-hUSeapkopp @ cox.net; or call or text to (623) 512-9882. September 28, 1963, began Lee and Bonnie's spectacular 3-ring circus together. They went on a world tour for 20 years, raised a family, and even built their own version of a "Big Top" back where it all began in Minnesota. Uttle Miss Kimball candidates wanted The Little Miss Kimball com- mittee is seeking candidates for the Little Miss Kimball pageant as part of the Kimball Days 2013 celebration Aug. 9-11. This event is open to girls ages 7-10 within the Kimball Area School District. The fee to participate is $30. The maximum limit is 10 girls (the first 10 girls signed up will be the contestants). Letters have been sent out to Kimball businesses and organizations. Applications can be picked up and dropped off at Kimball City Hall. Deadline to sign up is Friday, July 12. For more information, call Patty Decknatel at (320) 398-2302, or Karla Ehlinger at (320) 398-5903. Nominate Kimball Days 6rand/V000000 Forms are available at Kimball City Hall to nominate someone to be Grand Marshal of the Kimball Days parade. Deadline to turn in the forms is Sunday, July 14. Kraut 'N Wurst Parade looking for entrants If there is anyone interested in putting a unit in the Watldns Kraut 'N Wurst Parade for Saturday, Aug. 3, please call Tootz at 764-2109 or 764-9635, or Brenda at 764-2112. Communi Schmidt 25 t" Kenny and Wanda (Bohan) Schmidt are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house. This will be from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, July 13, at the South Haven City Hall at 521 Oak Ave S. in South ttaven. Please, no gifts. Cads of Tha,ks who I wUldsent cards, like tprayersthankandeVerynegoo d wishes, even the people who just thought of me during my illness and surgery. Thank you to all who visited me at the hospital and at home. Hopefully I am on the road to recovery. Thank you, Ray Tschumperlin I wish to thank students - past and present, friends, neighbors and fellow bus drivers who came to help me commemorate my 55 years of school bus driving. I wish to especially thank Deb Reinert, the crew at Triple R for setting up such a nice luncheon, my family, and the Hendricks Bus Company. Thanks to all for making my afternoon so enjoyable. Dean Mozena It's EASY to renew or subscribe! B00am;0000lePl00 one ' (See order form on page 14.) Candidates sought for Little Miss Watkins Pageant Watkins MN 55389, before Tues- day, July 16. All sponsor checks must be received prior to the Little Miss Watkins Tea party Wednes- day, July 17. The Little Miss Watkins Tea Partywill be held at 7 p.m. Wednes- day, July 17, at the Watkins Village Hall. At least one parent or guard- ian should attend the tea party with the candidate. Candidate pic- tures, pageant practice and dance routine will be explained at the tea party, so all sponsored candidates must attend. The Little Miss Watkins Pag- eant will be held at the grand stand in McCarthy Park at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. Alternate rain loca- ty Page 3 .............. ]fqN[I n ]11] Veterans rendezvous planned Central Minnesota veterans and their families are invited to Rendezvous for an afternoon of music, fun, and connection to fel- low veterans and the St. Cloud VA and its programs, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, at the Circle Parking Lot on the campus of the St. Cloud VA Medical Center. "In naming this event, we chose Rendezvous for some of the sym- bolism it conveys, but the num- ber one thing we want to provide is an opportunity for veterans to connect with each other in a relax- ing, fun and welcoming environ- ment," said Brett Jagodzinski, a VA employee organizing the event. "During the fur trade era of the early nineteenth century, the 'Rendezvous' was an annual gath- ering where trappers traded their fur pelts for goods and supplies, and engaged in fellowship and camaraderie after a long, often lonely year spent trapping in the mountains," explained Jagodzin- ski. "In the military, a rendezvous point is often a prearranged meet- ing place where troops know they can meet up with one another if they get separated during battle. This event sort of blends both of those ideas together." Planned activities include live music concerts, food, and family games, Jagodzinski said. A variety of Veteran-focused VA informa- tion booths will also be available during the event. "The musical performers will be high quality, national tour- ing shows," Jagodzinski said. Per- formers will be announced on the St. Cloud VA's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/stcloudvahcs. The event is open to all residen- tial Veterans, to Veterans through- out Central Minnesota, and their immediate families. Financial and volunteer sup- port is being provided by the Clearwater Legion Riders, Min- nesota Patriot Guard, Clearwater American Legion, Weber's Deck, and White Oak Realty. Journal Patriot volumes now at Eden Valley Area Ubrary The Eden Valley Area Library is pleased to announce we now have in our possession, Journal Patriot bound volumes going back as far at as thethis 1960s" Wetime andhavewill have thrugh 2009more as Michael Jacobson completes the binding process. We will hfive these all on display very soon. Avery spe- cial "thank you" to Michael Jacob- son, Steve and Karen Swenson for the donation of this great gift to the public. I know these vol- umes will be enjoyed by so many. Michael Jacobsen is the publisher and editor of the Paynesville Press and the Eden Valley-Watkins Voice. Steve and Karen Swenson were the long-time publishers of the Journal Patriot. Again, we can't thank you all enough! Sincerely appreciated, Nancy McNab and all associated with the Eden Valley Area Library FJmballPr'JceedsHlghwayUSe'l/rUlltedVarimissin55 west,Method[S|KimballChUrch 1%7;I}1.1"n The Watkins Lioness Club will again be sponsoring the Little Miss Watkins Pageant during the Kraut 'N Wurst annual celebration in August. All little gifts who are full- time residents of Watkins with a Watkins address: who have com- pleted kindergarten through second grade may qualify for the pageant. Each eligible candidate must find their own sponsor. Also, any business in Watkins seeking to sponsor a candidate may do so as well. All candidate sponsors will be required to pay a $25 entry fee for their candidate. Checks should be written to Watkins Lion- ess Club and mailed to PO Box 25, tion will be held at the Watkins Village Hall. All candidates must b a;t ;he iht fir by6wP qu e si22g e:2  final pageant preparation. Mem- bers of the Watkins Lioness Club will escort candidates to McCar- thy Park at pageant time. The deadline to register can- didates and sponsors is Monday, July 15. To register a candidate, please call Gloria Schmidt at (320) 764-2791. Please be prepared o supply candidate name, parents' name, sponsor's name and last grade completed for the candi- date, also an e-mail address. Eden Valley Area Library's "Cat in the Hal" p re sc te oYii!ii fwPek@;F !i ii !tt!i r enWsa rrde Sq!u, re d. Contact Judy: iithiehn@meltel.net or (320) 266-5515 Upcoming dates: July 24, Aug. 7, Aug. 21 i ii i t