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Page 12 itv Thursday, August 26, 2010 .... Tri,Coun News * Kimball, MN The Kimball class of 1975 held their fourth reunion Saturday evening, Randy Capes, Linda (Held) Plamann, Pam (Thurber) Engen, Gale Tinglov, Aug. 21, at Triple R Grill & Bar in Kimball. Twenty-five class members Wanda (Johnson} OIk, Jean (Doran) Matua, Art Rothstein, and Richard attended, along with 15 spouses and guests. Front row: Mark Marschel, Garding. Back row: John Erger, Joe Arnold, Rick Schiefelbein, Sharon Doug Knaus, Marlys Gregory, Lisa (Lochen) Linde, Deb Kunkel, Joan (Scheeler) Torberg, Joyce (Kuechle) Mueller, Kate (Krippner} Adams, (Pramann) Heinen, and Virgil Truenow. Middle row: Brian Kuechle, Kathy Hokkala, Chad Weber, and Mark Donnay. Truckload of turkeys rolls over Friday, Aug. 20, shortly after midnight, the Stearns County Sheriff's Office responded to a semi-tractor and trailer rollover on County Road 65 just+ east of Mel, rose. The Melrose Police Depart- ment also :responded. The semi was found in the south ditch of County Road 65 in Relrose Town- ship. The driver, Thomas Harlow, had been traveling westbound on the road with a load of turkeys while thunderstorms were pass- ing through the area. Harlow ran off the road and rolled into the south ditch, It is believed that the strong wind and rains were the cause of this acident. Harlow was not injured in the rollover, A crew from Jenn~.O responded to the scene to trans- fer the turkeys for transport to the processing plant. Melrose Motors responded to the scene to upright and remove the semi-tractor and trailer. County Road 65 was closed for five hours to facilitate clean up. ! IIIIIIIII Jl II IU_ - YOUr support Of local businesses makes it possil31e for them to grow and expand, - You help provide jobs for your neighbors and friends. - YOU make it possible for local merchants to offer more products and services. STATE P.o. BOX 70 KIMBALL, MINNESOTA 55353 (320) 398-3500 www.statebankofkimball.oom Member FDIC V3 IIIII [11111111 lillimlllrll~1 IAI ...... ii Free film highlights obsession with body image DoesAmericahaveanunhealthy known stars, such as Paris Hil- obsession with beauty? Plan a ton, Jessica Simpson, Aisha Tyler, date with your daughter to attend Anthony Kedis, Tisha Camp- a special viewing of the critically bell, and Julianne Moore, along acclaimed film "America the Beau- with various other celebrities and tiful" from 6-9 p.m. Monday, Sept. experts in cosmetics, fashion, 20, at the Paramount Theatre, 913 media andself-esteem. W St. Germain Street, St. Cloud, to The first 200 attendees will see how these increasingly unat- receive a gift bag, and all attendees tainable images contribute greatly have a chance to win a door prize. to the rise in low self-esteem, body As a Spirit of Women Hospi- dismorphia and eating disorders for tal, St. Cloud Hospital Behavioral women of all ages. Health Clinic Eating Disorders Join filmmaker Darryl Roberts Program, Women & Children's as he shares the results of a two- Center and CentraCare Health year journey to examine Ameri- Foundation proudly present this ca's obsession with physical per- event. Free. Rated PG-13. fection. Through the film, Roberts No pre-registration necessary. dives deep into the culture of fear, View the official movie trailer at consumption and idolatry for all . things external. For more information, call (320) The film features many well- 229-5139. www.tricou ntynews. M N