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Breek4ns occur in area Sometime during the night hours Wednesday a series of bmak-ius occurred. The would- be thiefs were unsuccessful in their attempts to secure cash. The lock on the Gannon Ele- vator was broken but the intrud- ers did not take anything. At Land O' Lakes Oil Co. some cigarettes were taken and a gen- eral "mess" was made. The alarm at the Legion Club evi- dently scared the culprits away. They also broke into the Kingston Mini-Mart but there was no other evidence of their visit. They, too, have an alarm System. Break-ins in Darwin and Dassel were also reported. MCCE prepares to file lawsuit against Watkins A "notice of claim" has been filed by MCCE against the City of Watkins. A lawsuit must be Preceded by such notice. It was 'ved on the City Administram July lOth according to the MCCE attorney, Will Dolan. The maucr has been turned over to the city's insurance company and is "not being taken lightly," Dolan stated. The MCCE Board of Direc- tors is discussing their next moves to make. As yet, according to Dolan, Hite has failed to supply infor- naation needed for the EIS (En- Vironmental Impact Study), but there is evidence his plans are Continuing towards construction of the Infectious Medical Waste Incinerator at Watkins to begin in the spring of 1992. Open Houses $0th Anniversary Open House for Lawrence Horwaths Lawrence and June Horwath Will be celebrating their 50th Wedding anniversary on Satur- day, Oct. 12, at the Kingston Legion Hall from 3 to 6 p.m. With a program at 3:30 p.m. Hosting the event will be their children and grandchildren. Everyone is welcome to come Celebrate with them. There will be a dance at 7 P.m. Notices | The annual meeting of the Union Ceme=ry ! Zon will be held Tuesday I evening, Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lake Union Covenant | Church bascmenL Halloween Dance The Kimball Lions and Jaycees announce they will sPonsor a Halloween Dance at the Playland Ballroom on Oct. 26. Further details will be giv- m in future advertising. Composte & brush pick-up 1 The next pick-ups for corn- and brush will be October .t4th and November 4th.Please ve your brush fled and it and YOur composte at the end of YOur driveway for pick-up on dates. r  j- -i t,i :iX" Single Copy 30' : i wrUt VOL. XLII NO. 36 KIMBALL, STEARNS COUNTY, MINNESOTA 55353 Thursday, OCt. 3, 1991 Senior Citizen turkey dinner registrations due by October 10 The 5th annual senior citizen dinner will be held October 23 ain the Kimball Area High school cafeteria at 6 p.m. It is re- quested that all who wish to at- tend make reservations by Octo- ber 10 by calling Community Education, 398-378! or contact- ing Theresa Zahler at the Senior Dining Center. " All senior citizens living within the Kimball area school district are urged to attend. The dinner will consist of real turkey (not turkey roll), mashed potatoes, dressing, veg- etable, roll, cranberries, dessert, and beverage. The cost will be just $3.00. There will again be many door prizes and entertainment. In the past those attending have thoroughly enjoyed th event and Community Education is looking forward to providing an evening of fun for those at- tending. HELP! HELP! The Kimball Food Shelf is in need of a coordinator replacing Marne Ecker whorls retiring in October. Unless we have a per- sort, persons or several to volun- teer for this task, we are facing a serious possibility of closing the Food Shelf. Please see or contact Marne Ecker if you are interested in seeing whether you can help to keep our Food Shelf open. Mike Arnold and Amy Hunt reign over KHS Homecoming Kimbalrs 1991 Homecoming Royalty is King Mike Arnold, son ol Ronald and Elaine Arnold and (ueen Amy Hunt, daughter of Chuck and urie Hunt. They were crowned at the coronation ceremony held last Wednesday night, Sept. 25, in the high school gymnasium. Last year's royalty, King Ben Fox and Queen Linda Schindler, did the honors. Congratulations to the new royalty and their proud parents. The 1991 Homecoming coro- nation was held on Wednesday, September 25, 199 l. This year's theme was "Everything I Do, I Do it for You". by Bryan Adams from the Robin Hood Prince of sound track. The event was started by opening com- ments by Mr. Howard Bahn. The seventh grade attendants were as follows: Debbie Sim- mons, Maggie Nelson, Melissa Hunt, Julie Schmitt, Stacie Trimble, Casie Arnold, Chad Asfeld, Mark Bahn, Seth Hanan, and Art Peglow. The crown bearers for the event were Tam- my Kuechle, daughter of Jerome and Judy Kuechle and Nicholas Doering, son of Neal and Laurie Doering. The musical selection for the evening was "If We Hold on To- gether" by James Homer and Will Jennings, performed by Taaya Kuseske and Jolene Si- mon. Baby pictures of the king and queen candidates were part of a slide presentation. The parents of the candidates were asked to tell a story from their child's ear- ly years. Last year's king and queen, Ben Fox and Linda Schindler, were in attendance to crown the new king and queen. The 1991 Homecoming king and queen were Mike Arnold, son of Ronald and Elaine Arnold, and Amy Hunt, daughter of Chuck and Laurie Hunt. Due to the sirong winds, the bonfire was postpomed until after the homecoming volleyball game and the pep fest was held inside after the coronation. Porcelain painting to be demonstrated at Oct. 10 Christian Women's Club You are invited to "Paint it Preuy" on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 9:30 a.m. when Jeannie Wardell, Rockford, demon- strates porcelain painting for the Annandale-Maple Lake Chris- tian Women's Club brunch at the American Legion Hall, Maple Lake. Pixie Elletson, Buffalo, will be musician of the morning and Jeanette Evans, Staples, will speak of overcom- hag low self-esteem. Fox reservations and nursery or for cancellations call Audrey, 398-5381 or Wanda, 963-5613. Reminder Hunters are reminded there is a law against any fa-earms be- ing used within a 500 ft. radius from any occupied building or a stockade or corral containing livestock. Pictured following Wednesday evening's Homecoming coronstlon ceremony are the Royalty and members of the Court of Honor. They are, L to R: Matt Hanan, son of Pastor Norman and Mary Hanan; Jeremy Kuechle, son of Jerome and Trudy Kuechle; Loule Lenzmeler, son of Mickey and Carol Lenzmeler; Jesse Lledman, son of Bill and Barb Lledman; Klng Mike Arnold, Queen Amy Hunt; Deb Kersten, daugMer of Doug and Dorothy Kersten; Shannon Hlckman, daughter of Harold and Esther Hlckman; Brenda Hennen, daughter of Roger and Pat Hennen; Aprll Schmldt, daughter of Tom and Luann Schmldt. Crown bearers (pictured In front) are Nicholas Doerlng, son of Neal and Laurle Doerlng, and Tammy Kuechle, daughter of Jerome and Trudy Kuechle.