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Thursday, July 25, 2013 I .. Tri-Coun News' Page 3 Cards, of Tha l B Birth ATTN: Kimball Classmates '57 Thanks for Konz-Arnhold Glendale Rumsey Orbeck We will celebrate our 56th kindness shown 80t' birthday lass eunion at Triple Gr l, & Bar in Kimball at 11:30 a.m. to Malina There wi, be an open house Wednesday, Sept. 11. Cal Dave Our exchange student, Malina 80th birthday party for Glendale Kothe at (320) 236-2311 or Rich R6ttgermann went back to Get- Rumsey from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Stengerat (320)282-9076. July 28, at the Lake Union Cove- many about one month ago. I nantChurch. would like to say thank you to the~ EV'W class of community for being so welcom- ing to her. Malina had an amaz- Wendroth 80th 1 978 ing year here in Kimball. She truly birthday The Eden Valley-Watkins 1978 loved her teachers and the staff class reunion will be held at Dino's at Kimball Area High School. She There will be an open house Eden Lakeside Club (downstairs) met so many friends and they all 80th birthday party for Leland from 5-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. played an important part dur- (Lee) Wendroth at Eden Valley Call Deb at (763)502-8778 with ing her exchange year, she loved Church of God from 2 to 6 p.m. any questions. you allt Once again, thank you Sunday, Aug. 11. Kimball, for being so welcoming Kimball Legion to to Malina and all the exchange g~ Riley Kay Orl~eck was born march in parade students that come to this area. Nick and Amy Konz of Kim- Watkins Le on Monday, July 15, 2013, to Jessica Many new students will be ball are happy to announce the arriving and they are in need of engagement of their daughter dinner Aug 6 and Mark Orbeck of Kimball. She Kimball Legion members will weighed 7 pounds 1.9 ounces, and march in the South Haven parade host families, if anyone is inter: Nicole Konz to Chad Arnhold, son ested in hosting, please give Karla of Ken Arnhold and JillArnhold. Watkins American Legion was 20 inches long. Saturday, July 27. Ehlinger a call at (320) 398-5903. Nicole and Chad are both grad- Membership Dinner is planned Please be at the Kimball Legion dates of Kimball Area High School for Tuesday, Aug. 6. Social hour is by 10 a.m. If questions, please call Pork Chop Trot class of 2006. Nicole graduated in 6:30 p.m., dinner is at 7:30 p.m., Roseann Petty at (320) 398-8202. 2011 from St. Catherine's Univer- and the meeting is at 8:30 p.m. thank you sity with a Master of Arts degree Spouses are welcome, aswellas in Occupational Therapy. She is anyone interested in joining our Thank you to everyone who employed at Regions Hospital in Legion Club. attended the Holy Cross PorkSt. Paul within the mental health Chop Trot 5K/1K in Pearl Lake department. Chad is currently Mudcats in Saturday, July 13. pursuing a Bachelor of Science Thank you to our generous degree in Environmental Science Nationals Swim for FREE sponsors; Augusta Electric, Pearl at University of St. Thomas, and is at tho WATKINS" Lake Lodge, Land O'Lakes Oil and employed at Xcel Energy Center in The Marty Mudcats 14U fast- Propane, St. Cloud Orthopedics, St. Paul. pitch softball head to Nationals All Pro Powder Coating/Sand: A wedding celebration will be Thursday, July 25. The full story blasting, American Family Ins. held Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013. arrived past deadline, but can be (Thomas Ehlinger), Lakeview Star- found on our website (and in next age, A.M. Maus and Son, Millcreek week's paper). Dairy, Catholic United Financial 3~ (David Stang), Catholic Order of Foresters (Watkins Court), and 27th Antique Car Run Aug. 10 TMS Konz Farm (which was one of About tho Ford Modal K Kelly of Connecticut traveled to the local farms we ran through!). By Timothy Kelly, the fabled Pebble Beach Car Show Thank you also to all the vol- Participant of the NLNB andAuctionin2010withtheinten- unteers who came to help with Henry Ford early on was tion ofpurchasing the well known Making jams and jellies the run/walk. It was truly a great involved in building and racing Model K that was being sold. He morning! large cars. He did so in an effort accomplished the mission and ByDebBotzek-Linn strawberry or raspberry freezer or Brad andLeanneDonnay to learn and demonstrate what promptly repurposed his Model UofMExtension refrigerator spread. These are no- Barb Waldorf worked and what failed. His goal K, as it had been a static display in Carrot cake jam, champagne cookjamswithguaranteedsuccessI Denise Donnay was to become, in a crowded field museums since the late 1950s. In blush jelly; fresh herb jelly, mom's Again, you can begin with a pectin Pork Chop Trot Co-Chairs of automobile manufacturers, a 2011,TimothybroughthisModelK apple pie in ajar-these are some box recipe or other reliable source. recognizedname and force, from Connecticut to participate in of the many exciting new varieties Jam and jelly which is cooked, The first cars Henry made for the 25th Anniversary running of of jams and jellies that home food is preserved in l/2-pint canning Learn basket sale to the public were small two- the New London to New Brighton preservers are "putting up." jars with a 2-piece ring and lid. Pro- cylinder eight-horsepower cars in Run, His Model K performed well Quality fruit produces qual- cess the filled jars for 5 minutes in weaving at 1903. He identified his first auto- and made it to the finish line with-' ity jam or jelly. Begin with fruit a boiling water bath canner. This mobile as a Model A. During the out encountering any problems, at its peak of ripeness. This is not final step helps form a seal on the Annandale Library next couple of years the cars got While participating in the 2011 the place to "use up" overripe or jar, destroys yeast and mold, and slightly larger and slightly more NLNB, and the Early Ford Regis-" decayed fruit. Making jam or jelly extends shelf life. Adults and teens 15 and older horsepower. In 1906, Ford intro- try event that was held in Paynes- is a balance of fruit with the addi- Making jam and jelly is chemis- can learn the basics of simple bas- duced the Model K. It, compared ville a few days before the NLNB, tion of pectin, along with sugar and try in action thus, proportions are ket weaving using newspaper in a to earlier Fords as well as most Timothy met Rob Heyen, a fel- acid, usually lemon juice. Blackber- critical when making gelled fruit program at the Annandale Pub- other cars on the market, was a low Ford collector from Nebraska. ties, crabapples, or concord grapes products, so follow the recipe and lic Library. The two-part pro- very large and prestigious auto- Rob became fascinated with Tim- are examplesoffruitsnaturallycon- measure carefully. When cooking gram will take place on Saturdays, mobile. It was just shy of eight othy's Model K and decided that taining pectin and acid, and can be jelly, remember that it should be Aug. 3 and10, 9:30 to11:30 a.m. . feet tall, had a wheel base of he too needed one. Both Timo' cooked into jam without additional" boiled rapidly, not simmered, for Local artist Amy Payne will 120 inches, six cylinders (most thy and Rob were aware of one ingredients, the length of time given in the rec- instruct participants. She has cre- autos at the time had two or four) that, although not actively for Pectin, the gelling agent, comes ipe. ated baskets using a variety of which created 405 cubic inches sale, could be purchased with either in powdered or liquid form, Yourjellydidn'tgel?Noproblem, material~. In this two-part work- (big even by today's standards), some arm twisting. Rob was able along with a low-sugar option, you have created a tasty topping for shop, she will teach participants developed 40 horsepower and to make a deal and took his "new" These forms of pectin are not inter- ice cream, waffles, pancakes and how to prepare newspaper mate- was guaranteed to reach at least Model K straight to a well-known changeable in jam or jelly recipes, morel rials and the weaving techniques 60 miles per hour. antique Ford guru, Dean Yoder Know that a box of pectin contains Visit, to makeabasketoftheirown. The The price for the Model K was in Iowa. Dean restored the car informative fruit gel directions to discover unique and flavorful attendance limit is 15 and prereg- $2,500 without the top or wind- mechanically. While that exercise along with many recipes to get you jams and jellies that might fit nicely istration is required. Shield, and $2,800 with these was underway, Rob had the body started, into your holiday gift list. This program is funded in part items. It proved to be a bit of and upholstery work completed. A great place to start, if you are with money from Minnesota's Art a stumbling block. Starting in Last year Rob brought his Model new to making gel products, is with and Cultural Heritage Fujad. 1906 and for a period of about K to the NLNB event. It was driven For more information, con- 30 months nearly 1,000 Model K's on the Run by Dean and Timo' tact the Annandale library at (320) were produced and sold. Records thy. The car performed perfectly, 274-8448. show that the Model K was a sig- as did the l906 Ford Model N that Check out our Photo Galleryat nificant contributor to Ford's prof- Rob drove on the Run. itability. We 'are expecting both Rob www,~ncountynews.t~s~ Today there are about 25 Model and Timothy to bring their Model THOUSANDS of photos of schools, sports, and Ks known to exist. Most are in pri- K Fords to New London in a few vate collections and museums weeks for this year's Run. If the community events to view and purchase prints! as far away as Australia. Up until stars align properly, it will be the the past few years, Model Ks were first time that two Model K Fords YOU' 11 fi nd Vi DEOS there too I almost never seen out and about, have participated in the, NLNB That all changed when Timothy Run at the same time.