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Pa00e 4 ACROSS King 11100 Thursday, September 26, 2013 Tri-County News www tricountynews mn .  .,o  v ..................... " " Civil War digest: This week 150 years ago 1 cers discussed General  illia Chattanoc a, T to sendth rm llth and i th ( mand of Iajo Hooker. Skirmis ing Chattanoc  at Lookout  )unl Tennessee am 1 flared at the mberL Major 1 Big bash 5 Virtue's opposite 9 Flop 12 Japanese sashes 13 Exotic berry 14 Compass dir. 15 Withdraw- ing from office 17 "Cool" amount of cash 18 Ranking 19 Part of Hispaniola 21 Morning hour on a sundial 22 "Psycho" setting. 24 Hospital furnishings 27 Space 28 Organiza- tion 31 Anger 32 Sailor's assent 33 "1" strain? 34 Tournament component 36 Leno's network 37 Wan 38 Reflection 40 Pacino or Yankovic 41 Tangy cuisine 43 Ape 47 Yoko of music 6 Here (Fr.) 29 "Yecch!" 48 "Ghost" 7 Has the skill 30 Lad co-star set 35 Big Aussie 51 To the 8 Square bird - degree dance group 37 Not quite 52 Author 9 Cecil B. and 39 South Hunter Agnes American 53 Pronto, in 10 One range the ER 11 Sandwich 40 Intention 54 Family shop 41 Hit on the 55 Look for 16 Formal wear head 56 Highland 20 NRC . 42 Oppositionist hats predecessor 43 Kitchen 22 Perhaps fixture DOWN 23 Oil cartel 44 Greek vowel 1 Pantheon 24 Humongous 45 Composer figures 25 Geological Khachaturian 2 Help in a time 46 Profits crime 26 Wicker- 49 Previous 3 Peru's covered night capital bottle 50 West of 4 Unchanged 27 Group of Hollywood 5 Cisterns hoods Major Highlights for the Week Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1863 In Washington, President Abraham Lincoln, Secretary of War Edwin Stanton and other cabinet officials and military offi- relieving Major William Rosecrans at Chattanooga, Tenn. They agreed to send the Army of the Potomac's llth and 12th Corps under com- mand of Major General Joseph Skirmishing occurred around Chattanooga at Summertown and Lookout Mountain. In the East Tennessee Campaign, skirmishing Federally held Cumberland Gap. General George- E. Pickett was assigned to command the Confederate Department of North Carolina. Thursday, Sept. 24, 1863 The great rail transfer of the two Federal corps from the Army of the Potomac got under way with the organization of railroad rolling stock, while skirmishing occurred at Zollicoffer, Tenn.; Bristoe Station, Va.; and Greenbrier Bridge, W.V. The Confederate government appointed A. Dudley Mann as spe- cial assistant to the Holy See in Rome. Friday, Sept. 25, 1863 Military action declined as the Federal government concen- trated on the effort to relieve Major General William Rosecrans in Chattanooga, while the Confed- erate government focused on the best way to exploit the victory at Chickamauga. Skirmishing occurred at Athens, Calhoun and Charleston, District of Cape Fear and the Defenses of Wilmington, N.C. President Abraham Lincoln HINNESOTA was distressed that the New York ....... Post revealed the movement of troops west to augment Major General William Rosecrans. Sunday, Sept. 27, 1863 Confederate raiders were active at Moffat's Station in Frank- lin County, Ark., while skirmish- ing took place at Newtonia, Mo.; Locke's Mill near Moscow, Tenn.; and near Athens and Philadelphia in East Tennessee. Monday, Sept. 28, 1863 Confederate President Jefferson Davis told General Braxton Bragg of the reported movement of two Federal corps to relieve Major General William Rosecrans. Federal Major Generals Alexander McDowell McCook and T.L. Crittenden were relieved of their corps commands and ordered to Indianapolis for a court of inquiry into the conduct at the Battle of Chickamauga. Tuesday, Sept. 29, 186& Military action was limited to an expedition lasting for a month from Pilot Knob to Oregon County, Mo.; and action at Stirling's Plan- tation, La.; and at Leesburg, Tenn. Where Minnesota Regiments were the week of Sept. 23-29, 1863 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - Rejoined the Army of the Potomac near Culpeper, Va., where it remained until Oct. 9, 1863. 2nd Minnesota Volunteer Infantry - On duty in the Siege of Chattanooga, Tenn., until Nov. 23, 1863. 3rd Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - Participated in the capture 1861 CIVIL WAR t865 5th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On duty at Bear Creek, Miss., until Oct. 14, 1863. 6th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On garrison duty in Minne- sota until June 9, 1864. 7th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On garrison duty in Minne- sota until Oct. 7, 1863. 8th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On garrison duty in Minne- sota until May 24,1864. 9th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try- On furlough until Oct. 3, 1863. 10th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry - On garrison duty in Minnesota until Oct. 7, 1863. 1st Regiment Minnesota Cav- alry "Mounted Rangers" - On duty at Fort Ripley and Fort Snelling until Dec. 7, 1863. Brackett's Battalion of Min- nesota Cavalry - On duty in McMinnville, Tenn., until Sept. 30, 1863. Hatch's Independent Battal- ion of Cavalry - Organized at Fort Snelling and St. Paul. Companies A, B, Cancl D mustered in. On duty at Fort Snelling until Oct. 5, 1863. 1st Minnesota Light Artillery Battery - On duty at Vicksburg, Miss., until April 4, 1864. 2nd Independent Battery, Min- nesota Light Artillery- On duty in the Siege of Chattanooga, Tenn., until Nov. 23, 1863. 3rd Battery, Minnesota Light Artillery- Four sections on duty at Pembina, Fort Ripley, Fort Cloudy With a Chance of Grown Ups 2 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. Tenn., as part of the East Tennes- of Little Rock, Ark., where they Ridgely and Fort Snelling until see Campaign. remained for garriso[r duty until June 5, 1864. i R bb Saturday, Sept. 26, 1863 April 28, 1864. , 2nd United States Sharpshoot- IA eP Confederate Major General 4thMinnesotaVolunteerInfan- ers, Company A- On duty in Vir- W.H.C. Whiting was assigned to try - On garrison duty at Helena, ginia until Oct. 1863. s stamp ,,e separate commands of the Ark.,untilOct. 6, 1863. ryM pt Stearns Histo useum event Se . 28 Stearns History Museum joins museum or cultural institution, ticket will be available to down- Smithsonian Magazine's Ninth Inclusive by design, the event load beginning in August at  Annual Museum Day Live! represents Smithsonian's com- You can now rder Free admission for all partici- mitment to make learning and Visitors who present the rubber stamps, pants presenting a Museum Day the spread of knowledge acces- Museum Day Live! ticket will gain seals and signs. Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look! ...... 70 Main Street South Kimball (320) 398-5000 "su!tu g :atu!l uoo, nlos sJa,Hsu V -- pzo00o00 E .ttDI ' Live? Ticket on Sept. 28, 2013. The Stearns History Museum will open its doors free of charge Saturday, Sept. 28, as part of Smith- sonian Magazine's ninth annual Museum Day Live? A nationwide event, Museum Day Live! offers free admission to visitors pre- senting" a ticket at a participating sible to everyone, giving muse- ums across all 50 states the oppor- tunity to emulate the admission policy of the Smithsonian muse- ums in Washington, D.C. Last year's event drew over 400,000 participants, and this year's event expects record-high participation. The Museum Day Live! free entrance for two at .partici- pating venues for one day only. One ticket is permitted per house- hold, per e-mail address. For more information about Museum Day Live! 2013, and a list of participat- ing museums and cultural insti- tutions, please visit Smithsonian. com/m useumday. Search for Miss Teen Stearns County announced If you are single, never been married, and between the ages of 13 and 18, applications are being I  accepted for the title of 2014 Miss Teen Stearns County. Miss Teen .L N Stearns County will represent her NO - county at the Miss Teen Minne-  sota pageant, which will be held at v 9 the "Ritsche Auditorium, March 8, -ff T 2014, in St. Cloud. " -ff The young lady chosen as "Miss  Teen Stearns County" will become J_ s an ambassador from the Stearns  County area, and will receive an O official title and sash. v 9 The young lady chosen as Miss Teen Minnesota will receive a prize package and scholarship totaling $10,000, and the chance to represent Minnesota at the 2014 Miss Teen International pageant in Jacksonville, Fla. The American Heart Associa- tion's "Go Red for Women" is the official Charity of the Miss Teen Minnesota Pageant. The current reigning 2013 Miss Teen Minnesota is Megan Muehlberg of Brooklyn Park. As Miss Teen Minnesota, Megan speaks out on "The Silent Disabil- ity" Auditory Processing Disorder. Having APD herself, Megan wants to be a positive example and to share with others how to recog- nize the symptoms and manage them. For more information about APD go to: Teens will compete in Personal Interview, Fitness Wear, Fun Fashion Wear and Evening Gown. (There is no talent or swim- suit competition). Teen ladies living in Stearns County, interested in applying should write for bio-form to: Miss Teen Minnesota International Pageant PO Box 240537 Apple Valley MN 55124-0537 Or call for information: (952) 432-6758, or Fax (952) 953-3896 E-maih pagunltd@frontiernet. net.