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Then It lT't -- No, Ido!" we would be the proud owners of you can select the item of cloth- - All this excitement was gener- a brand new dress, ing you want and see it displayed atedbythearrivalofthenewSears Some of our friends even asked on your own model. This might t_l7" 20__-ll catalog in our mailbox. Mysister their mom's if our mother could be exciting for some people, butit -- y - and I always got very excited when sew dresses for them too, so they doesn't even come close to having our mailman delivered this highly could also have the latest styles, your clothes tailor-made to your J321 Itll t.9___3o_ prized book. The argument ofwho Mom saidthatshe"neverreally exact size and special request as - would get to view it first was usu- enjoyed sewing that much, but we had when the new Sears cata- ally settled by a compromise - we felt sorry for them, because their log came to our house. [ [ -- ]71381-- 39 B1---- would both look at it together, mothers didn't know how to sew," The arrival of a catalog today, soshewouldagreetosewforthem,  (3 4 -- 4 - -   sometimes seems like a nuisance too. She never charged enough for REAT RIVER REGIONAL --t50 1 :! i 253 or just another piece of junk mail her work for it to be really worth RY II00f i ti to disposeoforrecycle. Itwasa the timethatshetookawayfrom ......,,. much different story when I was a things she would rather have been young girl. My mother has always doing. We tried to get her to charge ---Kimball =s -  -- been an excellent seamstress in more, especially when she said i7 = B - N  addition to her many other talents, she really didn't want to be doing Public Library _  In fact, there was hardly anything it. We thought if she asked more, - she couldn't do if she set her mind they would pay it, and she would hat 8 Zoo howlers 32 Men only to it. make an amount closer to what Monday 3-6 57 Third 9 Jewelry and 34 Large black degree? apertures 58 Cut 38 Dadaist Jean 59 Greek H 40 A billion years DOWN 41 Information 1 Gun the 43 Largest state engine 45 St. George's 2 401(k) foe alternative 47 Automobile 3 Crony 48 See 16-Down 4 Chimp's 49 Odin's snack maidens 54 Work with 55 Banishment 56 Baseballer's On-line ticketing available ar QuarryC inema, com! such bird 10 Smell 37 Ranges 11 Earpart 39 Game 16 With 48- participant Across, 42 Have -- to supplement grind 20 Break 44 "13metable suddenly abbr. 21 Writer 45 Decorate Kingsley 46 Hurry 22 Toy shop 50 Actress purchase Ullmann 5 Designate 23 Ratified 51 Hockey 6 Singer 27 -- Khan surface DiFranco 29 Glimpse 52 Dine 7 Megaphone- 30 Sicilian 53 Resort shaped volcano 2009 King Features Synd.. Inc. King Crossword Last week's answers Solution time: 25 rains. Harry Potter 6 PG ALL WEEK: 12:45, 3:45, 6:45, 9:45 Public Enemies it ALL WEEK: 12:30, 3:30, 6:30, 9:15 Transformers2 PG-3 ALL WEEK: 12:00, 3:00, 6:00, 9:00 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs PG ALL WEEK: 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 The Proposal PG-13 NO SHOWS FRI. & SAT. Sun.: 9:30 Mon.-Tlu.: 1:00, 3:001 Wells Pumps Water Conditioning -- rdatj Crossword - THIS week's answers Solution time: 21 mins. IIHIDIslEIvlEIRIEITIA I I'msurewedidn'talwaysappre- was appropriate, or they would Wednesday 10-1 ciate all of her diverse talents as think it was too high and not ask 3-6 much as we should have when we her again. Either way, she would Thursday 1-8 were young, but we did like to have come out ahead in the deal. Our Friday 10-1 the newest styles and our mother coaching never got any results in 3-6 could make them with ease. We that department. She would never . Saturday 9-1 2 would study that new catalog long charge what it was really worth. and hard until we determined just These days, people order cloth- 5 Main Street Noah, Kimball, MN 55353 which new dress we would like to ing from Penney's directly from 320-398-3915 [Jjjji Military Roster: Jjjji These young men and women are currently '- serving us and their country! Lt. LG. Michael Becket, U.S. Nav USS Ohio. PFC Douglas F. Berthiaume, EV-W '03, U.S. Marine Corps, in llth Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) in Falluja, Iraq. Seaman Recruit Dustin L Bruno, EV-W '08, U.S. Navy, completed basic training in October at Great Lakes, Ill. Chief Master Sgt. Donald A. Dufner, EV-W '82, U.S. Air Force, combined air operations cen- ter superintendent, now fighting global ter- rorism from Southwest Asia. Pfc. Iarrid R. Elliott, Army National Guard, has completed basic training at Fort Iackson, S.C. TSgt. Shane Enerson, KAHS '88. Serving with the 116th AMU. ALVIN Elizabeth Fuller, KAHS '04; U.S. Air Force, stationed at Spangdahlem AB in Germany as an air traffic controller. A1C Timothy Fuller, KAHS '02, U.S. Air Force, Electronic Warfare Apprentice. AB lennifer Hilsgen, EV-W '07, U.S. Air Force. Completed basic training at Lackland AFB; was top female athlete and PRT. Now in Mississippi for more training. Spc Lewis Hoskins, National Guard; redeployed. Maj. Craig E Iolmson. U.S. Air Force. Blaine '85, U.N.D. '96. 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing at Balad Air Bace, north of Baghdad. Crystal R. Jolly, EV-W '07, U.S. Navy, has com- pleted basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Cpt. Dan Kersten, KAHS '95, St. lohn's '99, U.S. Army dental corps. Cmdr. Sean R. Liedman, KAHS '87; U.S. Naval Academy '91; U.S. Navy; recently deployed to Djibouti as XO of VP-8, doing air surveillance in Middle East and monitoring Somali pirate incidents in the Gulf of Aden. Seaman Recruit Dustin D. Luedtke, EV-W '07, completed basic training in August at Great Lakes, Ill. 1Lt. David Markgraf, National Guard; rede- ployed. ]ordan A. Miller, U.S. Navy; serving on the U.S.S. Navy; SSgt Krystal N. Schroeder, U.S. Air Force; Enterprise in the Persian Gulf. Staff Sgt. Buffy Schmidt. U.S. Army Reserve. Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320)685-7111 "tmccx0000'p CW2 Anthony 1, Probasco, KAHS '99, U.S. Army; now serving second tour in Iraq. Pvt. Matt Petty, U.S. Army. Taking basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia. PFC Raymen Rice, EVW '06, U.S. Army. Taking basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. denotes a change or update has been made ET3 Ryan I. Schmiesing, ROCORi '05, U.S. Navy; stationed on U.S.S. George Washington. A1 Stephen I. Schutz, KAHS '06, U.S. Air Force. Crew Chief working on F-16 fighter jets in Fairbanks, Alaska Pfc. Brandon T.Vann, Annandale '02, U.S. Marine Corps. Seaman Robert.T. Weekes, EV-W '04, U.S. Navy. PV2 ]and Weigelt, KAHS '06, U.S. Army nurse. Currently stationed at Trippler Army Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. Sgt. Brian T. Weisman, U.S. Army; now serving in Iraq. Tech. Sgt. Darrell G. Welle, EV-W '88, U.SA.E; deployed again. MM3 Isaac LeeWiechmalm, EV-W '05, U.S. Navy; completed nuclear power training and now stationed in San Diego o n the USS Nimitz. E-5 Zach Wells. C-Co. 153rd ENBN in Iraq. SR Mitchel D. Zaleski, KAHS '07, U.S. Navy; cur- rently in advanced training at Great Lakes, Ill., and working toward Officers' Training. Curtis L Zoller, Nat'l Guard; currently on second tour in Iraq. Thefollowingyoung men and women are now safely home/ CPO Darrin D. Anderson, U.S. Navy Ret'd.; LCPL Brandon ]. Asfeld, U.S. Marine Corps; PV2 Dennis Beck, National Guard Military Police; CPL ]effrey A. Brutger, U.S. Marines; Bucn. ]acob A. Byrne, U.S. Navy. Chuck Chapman, U.S. Army; Sgt. Luke Deutsch, U.S. Army Reserves; Sgt. Mark Deutsch, U.S. Army Reserves; Sgt. E5 Shane L. Duncan, U.S. Army; SPC Timothy ]. Eiynk, National Guard; SSG Matthew Hanan, U.S. Army Reserve; Sgt. ]oshua P. Hilsgen, U.S. Marine Corps; SPC Brandon Hurtle, National Guard; David lobes, Firefighter; 1Sgt. William Klaers, U.S. Army Reserves; SPC Mitchell E. Libby, U.S. Army Reserves; Spec. Brian D. Lyrek, U.S. Army Reserves; Sgt. Rob Markgraf, U.S. Army Reserves; Sgt. Donald E Moyer, Jr.; 1LT Blu Pannhoff, Nat'l Guard; SGT Brandon Petty; CW2 Vincent Roy; PO2 AT2 Bruce Schmitz, U.S. FT2 Richard A. Stanz, U.S. Navy; SSgt. David Waltzing, SPC AndrewWalz; CW02 Kurtis ].Westrup, U.S. Marine Corps. Please let us know of any updates. Some mailing addresses are available by request at the Tri-County News office. Tri-County News P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353-0220 e-marl: tel/fax (320)398-5000