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n O*D Thursday, August 19, 2010 Tri:C News Kimball, MN Kimball Elementary School 2010 Supplies needed for students for the upcoming school year. The list is published by grade Elnora Newman, 87 Elnora Newman of Dou- country in the U.S. Army conduct- ble Springs, Calif formerly of ing tours of the Smithsonian Insti- Los Angeles and Kimball, died tution for dignitaries. She worked Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010, at the as a beautician for 45 years, own- Kit Carson Nursing and Behabili- ing and operating three beauty tation Home in Jackson Calif. She salons in the Los Angeles area. She was 87. was a member of Rebekah's Lodge, Visitation was at 1 p.m. enjoyed crafts, gardening and Wednesday, Aug. 18, with funeral cats, and was an avid reader. services at 2 p.m. at the Dingmann Elnora was preceded in death Funeral Care Chapel in Kimball. by her parents Arthur and Grace; Pastor Steve Rowland will office- husband William; and brothers ate, and burial followed at the For- Wayne, Darrell and John Magnu- est City Cemetery. son. Elnora Jane Newman was born She is survived by her daugh: April 1, 1923, in Watkins to Arthur ter Bonnie Newman of Double Guise and Grace (Mayer) Gulso Springs, Calif.;sistersVeraTheisen Magnuson. She married William of Annandale, and Mavis Magnu- Newman in 1947; he preceded her son of Farmington; and brother in death in 1965. Elnora served her Irven Magnuson of Litchfield. Burial and Cremltlon Services View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line Kimball (320) 398-5055 Kindergarten Markers, Dry Erase set of 4 fine Antiseptic wipes - large size point Backpack Notebooks - two spiral, wide lined Beach towel in large Ziploc bag Pencil box Crayons - 24-count Pencils - box of#2 Erasers - 6 large size Pencils, colored Glue - three 8-oz. bottles, white Ruler, standard-metric Glue sticks - 6 large Scissors - pointed tip Kleenex- large box Sharpener, small enclosed Paints - tray of 8 watercolorsTape, Scotch Pencils - one dozen, #2 Watercolors - tray of 8 colors Plastic 2-pocket folder Third Grade School box Backpack Scissors - metal edged, blunt tip Calculator - basic functions Spiral notebook - wide-lined Crayons, box of 24 (Mark all items with student'sDisinfectant wipes, large name) Erasers, large - 2 First Grade Folders - 3 two-pocket folders Antiseptic wipes - large size Glue - 8-oz. bottle Backpack - no wheels please Glue sticks - 4 large Crayons - box of 24 count Kleenex - 1 large box Dry Erase markers - set of 4 (Cray- Markers - set of washable ola) Markers, set of 4 fine point, Dry Erasers - 4 large Erase Folders - 2-pocket; 1 red & 1 blue Notebooks - 3 spiral, wide-lined Glue sticks -4 large Paints - tray of watercolors Glue, Elmer's 8-oz. white Pencil box Kleenex - large box Pencils, box of #2 Notebook - spiral, wide-lined Pencils, set of colored Paints - tray of 8 watercolorsRuler, standard-metric Pencil sharpener - small, enclosed Scissors - pointed tip Pencils - one dozen, #2 Tape, Scotch Pencils, colored set Fourth Grade School box - large Antiseptic wipes, large size Scissors, pointed tip Backpack - to fit in locker Second Grade Binder 1.5" 3-ring binder-white Antiseptic wipes, large Calculator - basic functions Backpack - no wheels Crayons, 24 Calculator - basic functions Erasers - 2 large : Crayons, box of 24 Erasers, 12 pencil top 2 large Folders - three 2-pocket (1 green~1 Erasers, pencil top yellow) Folders - 2-two-pocket style Glue sticks - 4 large GlU j~ Elmer's two 8-oz. bottles, Glue- 8-oz. bottle -:white Highlighters - 3 (any color) Glue ~ticks - 4 large Kleenex - 2 large boxes Kleenex - large Markers - Dry Erase, fine point Markers - set of washable Markers - washable, thin and reg- ular Notebooks - 4 spiral (not tear away) Paints - tray of 8 watercolors Notebook - quarter-inch graph Pencil box, small (8" by 5") Pencils - colored Pencils - doz. #2 Ruler - standard/metric Scissors - pointed tip Tape - 3 rolls, Scotch Fifth Grade Binder- 1.5" (Herrington's room only) Calculator - basic functions Colored pencil set Crayons, 24 count Disinfectant wipes - 75-100 count Dry Erase markers - 1 set of fine point Erasers - 2 large and 6 pencil-top Folders - 5 two-pocket Glue - 2 large sticks Glue - 4-oz. bottle Highlighers, 2 Kleenex - 2 large boxes Markers - 1 black sharpie Markers - regular set Notebook, composition wide ruled Notebook, spiral graph - 4 sq. per inch Notebooks - 5 spiral Pencils - box of#2 Ruler - standard-metric School box, small (appr. 8"X5") Scissors - adult size Tape, Scotch - 1 roll Early Childhood - Mrs. Forsman Antiseptic wipes - 2 large contain- ers Backpack - should be large Glue - 3 large sticks, or 6 small Glue - 8-oz. bottle Paints - tray of watercolors Kleenex ' large box Pencils, 2 large size Class-Act Outdoor Furnace th Presents their 7 Annual bigger than ever OPEN HOUSE Sales Event Call for Directions and Registration 763-972-6255 Friday August 27th 3- 8 pm Seminar Times 5pro and 7pro Saturday August 28th 9 am - 3 pm Seminar Times 9am, 1lain & 1pro You Live in "Classic" County fREE outdoor wood, wood pellet & corn furnace seminars Food, Beverages & Door Prizes ON DISPLAY AND DEMO - World's Largest Log Splitter, Wood Processer, and Bobcat Mounted Hands Free Splitter FREE additives and maintenance tools with purchase of outdoor wood furnace at the open house Redeem your "Share the Warmth" coupons with us Representatives from Central Boiler Will be on site. Do it once and do it right Flexible Fuel Furnaces Wood, Wood pellet & Corn You have your Choice From Central Boiler Your full-time dealer specializing in outdoor furnaces The areas ThermoPEX piping supplier. Class Act Outdoor Furnace ~263 7znd Street S.E. Montrose MN5 36 Obituaries are posted each week at www.tricou ntynews. M N Clearwater Cooperative Creamery building restored/open Outfitter's Grand Opening signals new life for the building If you've driven over the Missis- K.C. Miller, Elaine's father,room and historical display. sippi River from Clear Lake to Clear- worked as the assistant manager in The company provides canoe and water on Highway24you've probably the Creamery that produced milk, kayak rentals and shuttle services noticed some changes taking place cream, butter and other dairy prod- on the Mississippi River, a stretch in on theshore, ucts. Since then, various owners have central Minnesota designated by the For the past several months, Clear occupied the building for things like Minnesota Department of Natural Waters Outfitting Company has been furniture construction and storage. Resources as "Wild and Scenic". They renovating the old creamery build- "We're excited to be in this space also rent out equipment for camp- ~ing, originally built in 1912 and in and to be welcomed by the city and ing trips while selling new and used operation as the Clearwater Cooper- neighborhood," said Dan Meer, Clear canoes, kayaks, packs and other out- ative Creamery until 1961. The work Waters Outfitting Company's owner door gear. will culminate at the company's and operator. "To be right on the river And being only feet from the river grandopeningonAug.21and22.And isonethingbuttobeapartofsuchan has its perks. According to Meer, no although the building has changed historical spot is even more amazing, other outfitter or store in central Men- hands over the years, the history of We appreciate everyone's support nesotacanprovideon-site"trybefore the building and surrounding area and look forward to serving the area you buy" services for testing and pad- remains alive and well. for years to come." dling the boats. "My dad never let us inside The Meer family purchased theSpecial sales, replica Mississippi because of all the machinery, beks property in November 2009, and has ferry rides, vendor booths, presen- and dangerous equipment," saidbeen providing limited outfitting tations, demonstrations, live music, Elaine Paumen, a Clearwater native and retail services out of a new build- food, and giveaways are all planned and historian. "But we are thrilled to ing that was completed in April. Now for both days of the grand open- see someone in here that appreciates that the creamery building is ready to eng. For more information about the thehistoryandisreallyembracingits move in, theywill use the renovated event or the company visit . Amenities to meet your needs: Now offering RESPITE CARE 3 meals per day & snacks Scheduled exercise and Church activities, including mass 3 times/me. Housekeeping/laundry services Medication services with LPN/RN services available 24 hours per day For more Information: doyoe Quest, Heritage House of Kimball Assisted Living at its Finest LPN/Manager or Kim Norgren, LPN/AssL Manager (320)