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Hodge-Podge by Phyllis Greely Hoeft married and lives in the metro area. Kimball Tri-County NewS-Thursday, Oct. 3, 1991 3 lered areas who will be reading the words I write. There is no way that I can satisfy the interests of all of you at the same time. Hopefully there will be things at varied limes that are of at least some interest to each. There are many who are sport fans, interested in what high school teams are doing. We cover the sports eVents fairly thoroughly on our sports pages. Girls' sports gaining increasing numbers of followers every year individuals attending the games vary from year to Year as different boys and girls grow into the sports and their families become interested. There are some who the games year after year whether or not they a family member involved in the sport. (Those who remember Clayton Greely know that he was one of tltose, and there are others.) Janet Robinson mentioned a few weeks ago something to the effect that when we have a good winning football team it is often difficult to realize that there are younger lents who will be able to take the place of'the strong team members who graduate. Thus it is that this year we kve another winning football team. Even though they a week ago to Eden Valley, they were back showing their strength this week in their sweeping win. But that is page news. One might think it would be the dream of every little to some day be a good football player, especially if ives in a football oriented family. Not so. It was a bit a surprise when 6-year-old Ryan replied to the ques- ,tign, "Do you want to play football when you get big like Uncle Ted? .... No," he replied. And it is good that not has that desire. (He may change his mind when older.) There were two weddings Saturday of interest to many One was held locally at St. Anne's Catholic and was attended by many from Kimball. It was wedding of Luane Spiczka and Paul Bruggers. The was held in St. Cloud, the son of one who grew up Kimball and though neither he, Jay Kent, nor his Lisa Messner, are known by many readers, mem- of his family who attended the wedding will be by many and they may be interested in a bit about them. ay's grandparents, Clayton and Claudia Kent and three children, Caner, Travis and Kay, came to in 1951. Clayton was the minister of the Church Christ here for the next six years and the family well known by both those in and out of the It bothers me a bit at times, when I sit down to write told there has been quite a loss to some farmers whose this column, to realize that there are many readers of beans were planted late due to the excess spring rains, greatly varying ages and interests and from widely scat- when we did experience some frost. We have had some If you are not among the fortunate readers who remember these people, you will be bored with too many details about strangers. But if you do remember them, I think you may enjoy the information. While we have not yet had a hard freeze, I have been beautiful falls days although as yet most of the color has been confined to the northern pans of the state. I just learned that Joyce Burgstaler attended a wed- ding in Delano Saturday where she visited with two for- mer teachers - George Zabee and his wife Joan (Shukay). They left Kimball in 1955. George was her social studies teacher and Joan her music teacher. George is now retired from his position as superinten- dent of the Elk River schools. Joan is still teaching. George is busy with a variety of activities, including, Joyce says, being a reserve police officer, serving on his church council and public utilities commission. He also does substitute teaching. They also send greetings to their Kimball friends. Incidentally, Herb has promised to send me an update on his activities. it Com. Ed p. 2) orkshop will explore these is- sues to assist you in recognizing when something is amiss. There will be time for ques- tions and discussion with the presenter, Rick Ix)seth, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. This class will meet in room 200 of the Kimball Area High School on Tuesday, Octo- ber 29, from 7-9 p.m. This class is free of charge and offers two clock hours for licensed profes- sionals. This course is co-spon- sored by Willmax Technical In- stitute. University of Minnesota Women's Volleyball Join the lady Cubs' volleyball players as they travel to Williams Arena for Spaulding High School night as the Lady Gophers take on Penn State on Saturday, October 19. You will enjoy a night of superb volley- ball at the college level. The cost of transportation is $5.00. Ticket prices are $1.00 for stu- dents and $4.00 for addts. The bus will leave the Kimball Area High School at 5:30 p.m. Dead- line to register is October 8. 1991. Please register by calling Community Education, 398- 3781. Aerobics Mondays, Oct. 21 - Dec. 9 Aerobic faness for every lev- el! A mixture of low, moderate and higher impact routines - yon choose the right one for you. You will have fun during this 8 week com and will be work- ing toward a healthier lifestyle. Some toning and stretching will be included as well as cool down. Join insmctor Anine Pi- card and fight your way to fit- hess! Classes will meet at the Watkins Elementary School from 7-8 p.m. on Mondays, Oc- tober 21 - December 9. Thecost of this class is $15.00 and the deadline is october 14. accumulate the necessary data to help you make managerial deci- sions with regard to your busi- ness. This is not an accounting course but rather a class de- signed to assist you and your business in gathering usable financial data. It will also help mage tax time sampler. This class will meet in room 210 of the Kimball Area High School on Tuesday, October 22, from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. The cost of this course is $12.00 and the regis- tration deadline is October 7, 1991. The instructor is Mike Jahn. Bask: ttJcintosh Tuesdays, Oct. 29, Dec. 3 Learn the beginning basics in the use of the Macintosh com- puter system. This will be a class for the beginners, grades 5 through adults. You will learn word processing and the funda- mentals of this system. This class will be held in the Eden Valley-Watkins High School writing lab on Tuesdays begin- ning October 29 from 7-9 p.m. The cost of this class is $17.00 and the instructor is Marvin Winnings. The registration deadline is October 14, 1991. How to give children an Emo.o Headstart Tues., Nov. 12 This workshop will help us to examine what went wrong in our own lives and to affect those around us in a more positive way. It is a valuable tool for teachers, parents, grandparents, counselors, day-care providers, and anyone who loves children. You will learn how to identify different emotional tensions and to be an effective listener. When you can do some of these things some of the time, you are an invaluable ally to young and old people alike. This class will meet in room 200 of Kimball Area High School on Tuesday, Nov. 12, from 7-9:30 p.m. The cost of this one-night course is $9.00. The registration deadline is Nov. 1, 1991. smasemm0000 Tiles., 0 22 You will learn the how-to's to ,ton and Claudia and Kay and her husband, Adams were here for the wedding. Clayton and lived in Palm Springs for a number of years have now purchased a home in Desert Palms, CA. and Gordon have recently moved to San Diego. Caner, as many of you know, died of cancer quite a years ago. father of the groom, and his wife, Donna, own buildings they rent to students attending State University. Their oldest son, Brenton, married just a couple of months ago, is now the of these buildings. Jay is completing his train- to become a doctor and is living in Minneapolis. sister, Sue is going to school to become a lawyer. There was someone else of local interest at the wed- Herb King came to Kimball to teach shortly after moved to Kimball. He taught commercial sub- and will be remembered by many of his former stu- and various other people in the community. He is PIinlKI Jad(.O-Lantern Mea Oct. 21 What a wonderful way to decorate your home for the fun filled holiday of Halloween! These happy faced pumpkins will brighten up any room. In- structor Terri Christman will provide you with all the neces- sary supplies needed to com- plete your Jack-O-Laniem. The class will meet on Monday, Oc- tober 21, 1991 in room 208 of the Kimball Area High School room 7-9 p.m. The cost of this class is $10.00 and includes all supplies. Participants that have their own brushes are asked to please bring them. The registra- tion deadline is October 11, 1991. Mini-Kins Thus., Nov. 7-14 Join instructor Bonnie Landwehr in this fun-fdled craft class. On Thursdays, Nov. 7 and 14, you will learn to make these adorable mini-kins, Mr. and Mrs. Santa. From an old pair of nylons, you will stuff your way to these loveable crea- tures. Once dressed and deco- rated, they will add to the Christmas spirit of any home. Once you learn how to make these you will be able to expand into the many different figures such as bride and groom, nurses, hunters, Thanksgiving figures and more. All participants will need to bring a pair of old, clean nylons to class. All other sup- plies to finish the classes will be provided. The cost of this class is $12.00. The registration deadline is OCt. 24, 1991. Sam- ples of these mini-kins are on display in the Comm. Ed. of- rice. Fun Day FrL, Nov. 1 NO SCHOOL. That will be the familiar sound on this Fri- day, November 1st, for the Kimball students. As parents, are you wondering what to do with the kids to keep them busy? We have the solution, a fun-filled day at the St. Cloud YMCA. The bus will leave the Kimball Elementary School at 9:30 a.m. and return at approxi- mately 2:30 p.m. While at the Y, from 10-2 p.m., the students will have the opportunity to swim, play in the gym, have fun in the game room, watch movies and have plenty of snacks. All students should bring themselves a hag lunch. This activity is open to all stu- dents in grades 1-6. The cost per student for this trip is $2.00. (Contd. on page 4)