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Nalnc 12 Kimball Tri-County NewS-Thursday, Oct 3, 1991 180; Anita Beckstrand 177; Rita Ertl 173; Gloria Olson 172; GaryPetty AQUA DOLLS 9/23 Carol Pramann 167; JoAnn Sal- Olris Licdnlan > Comer Bar " ;Powder Puffs ,Ramsey Printing \\;'Riverside Store Suds Liquor Modern Quilters Spare Notes From Aqua Lanes Kathy Schmitz rolled her season best with 203 and 204 for a 570 series. Pam Schindele tossed 231 in a Mixed Nuts makeup game. Dale Henkel rolled the best for the men with a 599. Aqua Lanes has started its Scotch Doubles NO TAP Tour- nament. Call Aqua Lanes for a reservation. High Men: Dale Henkel 212, 203, 599; Uon Swanson 233, 586; Gordie Schreifels 203, 570; Russ Hinz 570; Bob Huikko 234, 568 , Odin Olson 214, 564; Tom Marquardt 563; Bob Huikko 561; Jeff Holthaus 209, 559; Greg Loch 213, 555; Wilhe Knutson 200, 551; Ralph Hinz 225; Larry Sjoquist 213; Fritz Frieler 212; Gordie Schreifels 212; Ray Ruehle 202; Tom Unterberger 201; Eldred Froehling 201. 14 zl 167; Carol Backer 160. Kada Adolph 9 Scoa Spies 9 COMMERCIAL 9/26 8 Bumper to Bumper 14 2 Jasoll Capes 8 J & M 12 4 Jeff Gannon 8 Stein's Boars 10 6 Jaraie L( Knaus's 9.5 6.5 Main St. Pub 6.5 9.5 Ray Adolph Aqua Lanes 6 10 Bec-Bro 4 12 High Women: Kathy Schmitz 204, 203, 570; Doris Zoller 201,556; Diane Winning 211; 546; Barb Liedman 201, 521; Charlotte Vossen 202, 520; Julie Kielty 208, 514; Kerry Maus 502; Pam Schindele 231; Joan Euerle 196. 2 7 7 8 8 8 Forest City Cry. 5 11 High Ind. Game & Series: Pat Brandt 174, 490; Vicki Moehrle 173; Betty Schultz 173; Janet Bulau 173,460; JoAnn Schloesser 445. High Team Game & Series: Comer Bar 728,2011; Ramsey Printing 716, 2023; Forest City Cry. 687, 1987 150 or better: Pat Brandt 174, 171; Janet Bulau 173, 160; Vicki Moehrle 173; Betty Schultz 173; Linda Henfling 169; Marg Theis 162; JoAnn Schloesser 160; Alice Kipf 173; Kay Lipf 166; Charlotte Vossen 159; Robin Johnson 158, 157; Nora Becker 155; Ellen Berg 153; Jane Wahlin 151; Carrie Schultz 150 AQUA JILLS 9/24 Goldwear Jewelers 12 4 Fair Haven Elec. 10 6 Mom's Place 9 7 Hendricks' Bus 8 8 Dorothy's 8 8 Valley Inn 8 8 Ted's Liquors 7 9 Hilltop Center 2 14 High Ind. Game and Series: Doris Zoller 201, 556; Barb Liedman 201, 521; Linda Kunkel 180, 479. High Team Game and Series: Fair Haven Elec. 928, 2538; Goldwear Jewelers 862; Mom's Place 857, 2529; Hendricks' Bus 2404. 160 Game or better: Doris Zoller 201,180, 175; Barb Lied- man 201, 177; Linda Kunkel Hinz Building Construction KIMBALL Housing - New or Remodeling Block and Concrete Work Farm Buildings & Pole Barns Fuzzy Hinz 398-7131 Personal Iniury Accident Claims Wrongful Death Insurance Claims Real Estate Wills DOUGLAS k RUHI.AND ROSS M. AMUNDSON NO CHARGE FOR FIRST CONFERENCE VALLEY OFFICE KIMBALL OFFICE Probate Estate Planning Criminal Defffnse Divorce Business Other Legal Problems 7166 CHtlRCH F;r ]qA MAI. DRIVF MaN. - FRL -- ll:ll0- S:N 11JES. & 111UR& lhN- $:N 200's: Ray Ruehle 202. 500's: Russ Hinz 570; Tom Marquardt 563; Ray Ruehle 523. TOWN & COUNTRY 9/27 T & R Capes Farm 96 48 Mr. V's 94 50 Dingmann's 71 73 Vinar's Cabinets 60 84 Aqua Lanes 58 86 Paulson's Auto 53 91 High Game: Bob Huikko 234; Ralph Hinz 225; Fritz Frieler 212. High Series: Bob Huikko 568; Ralph Hinz 548; Bob Ten- ney 534. Garage & Craft Sale Fri. & Sat. Oct. 4 &5 9-5 Name-brand clothing, house- hold items, Christmas crafts, Barbie & Cabbage Patch doll clothes, New gift items, Hide-a-bed, much misc. Hwy. 55 to South Haven Co. Rd. 2 south, 4 miles to Lake Union Fram Spares Ste Pill 14 6 6 .857 14 8 4 .857 10 4 2 12 4 3 .583 14 2 5 12 4 2 14 4 2 .429 10 1 2 311) Garage sale Fri. & Sat. Oct. 4 & 5 8a.m.- 6 p.m. Baby clothes, adult clodCS, many misc. items, too numerous to menti( Wittrock res. 6 mi. no. of Fair Haven on Co. Rd. 7 Watch for signs JUNIORS Dream Team 1 5 Hoosiers 8 8 Wishbone 8 8 Pj's 5 11 140's: Jason Spiczka 212, 154, 152; Chris Liedman 187, 141; Jeff Gannon 154; Karla Adolph 151; Steve Bran& 147; Ray Adolph 141. NOON BANTAMS Marquardts 11 1 Champions 11 1 Pythons 8 4 Tigers 5 7 Wild Cats 5 7 Three Dudes 4 8 Chicago Bulls 4 8 Pin Kickers 3 9 Jetsons 1 11 Coming Auction Sat., Oct. 12th, 11 a.m. Located 1 mile North of Kimball, MN on Hwy. 15 (Across from Steve's Auto partS) Consisting of Dynamark 16 HP Lawn Tractor w/mower & snowblower, 1/2 HP Air Compressor, Misc. Tools, Household Furniture, etc. See full list in next wek'S ad, Mrs. Theresa Carlson, Owner Scheeler - Saukkola Auctioneers, Kimball, MN EQUIP. 7 OUTDOOR ITEMS: Meat band saw: Caftsman saw on stand; Craftsman 3/4 h.p. 1/2 h.p, bench grinder; Craftsman 3/8" Variable speed dnll; 7 saw; 2-ton floor jack; Calipers ID & 0[3; g-drawer Snap-On upper tool chest; WB chain saw w/cese (like new); Poulan Super 25DA chain saw compressor; 16 gal. Wet & Dry Shop Vac; Elecronite 6 amp. batten/ charger; 4" bench vise; SIdl elec. hole saw; Shop WOrk elec. drill; Lawn chairs; Du-wei jig saw; Picnic tables; Rysn gas weed grill w/tank; Wheel barrow; Car ramps; Work bench table on rollers; set; Pipe clamps, come-alongs, C-clamps, etc.;Six sections of steel zapper; Elec. motor, ext cords, trouble lights, etc.; Jack stands, gas many small hand tools; 2 40-piece tap & die sets; 3 3/8 & 1/4" drive thread cuing sets; Log chains; 2 garage stoves; Boxes of pipes, valves, etc.; Some misc. wood; Planes, bolt cutters, etc.; tools, pot auger, etc; 2 shallow-well pumps: 26" saw blade; house; 22' 4" galvanized pq; 2 cranks for Farmal vactos. 60' 8' box. HOLD: Whidgool Wood dining room table w/3 leaves; Glass front chil=a hutch; 6 oak chairs) 6-place gun cabinet; 3 cushion sofa sleeper; Rocker reclinef 2 end ; Picture frames; Floor lamp; Royal humid=tier; baseboard heater;, Kenmore dehumidifier; 2 ee. hoaters; Hospital bed; ANTIOJES & COLLECTABLES: Strong & Rose balance scaJe - 5 gal. crock; Pedal  slone: Old pipe wrenches; Mini bob lanterns; Steel wheels; Bee smoker;, Challenger pump jack; Old gas can; am mantle lamp; 2 cream separalors; Old brass fire Iron; Black & tMite poraln door knobs; 2 old metal IHC tin/ 5 lb. cheese boxes; Old Pfinoe Albe tobbaco cans. 6X10 fishhoum w/aJuminum siding; 4x6 t-apett fisthouse; Lots of boxes, some have tackle; Some jiggle sks &  numerous Ice auger; Sunflower bogle gas heater; Many, many nmre Items too mlir. Almo Farmall tratmr tWFarndtnd Iomler; John Deem 11;! Mt & mmmr deck. Ellen & Norbert (Butch) Goh, Stmements made by auctiom take prekmce ' tvwyming mkl ea , day of m. Cot eamy Km., Uc. No. 7S.N, Ph. Cub Rollers split The Kimball High School Bowling Team split a pair of games last Saturday at the Granite Bowl. The fwst of two matches paired the Cubs with Sauk Rapids. The Cubs responded by win- ning the fwst three games of the five game match to defeat the Indians. The second match had the Cubs paired with two time de- fending state champion Apollo. The Cubs won the first game before dropping the next four in a 1-4 loss to Apollo. This sets the Cubs' record at 3-1 for the season with the next match vs. Rocori at Cold Spring Lanes this Saturday. Vs. Sauk Rapids: 147-134; 201-126; 139-134; 128-141; 128-133; WON 3-2. Vs. Apollo: 182-171; 142- 171; 144-168: 136-147; 132- 164; Golden Eagles 8.5 3.5 Strikers 8 4 Pin Busters 6 6 River Rats 6 6 Sausages 6 6 Chartbusters 6 6 Pin Ticklers 4.5 7.5 Super Team 3 9 2:00 BANTAMS Selling our home. We will sell the following at Auction located on Southeast shore of Long Crooked Lake. Follow Steams Co. Rd. 44 south Augusta, MN for 6 miles to Dover Rd. turn right " or 3 miles west of Brigette's Cafe in Clearwater, Stearns Co. Rd. 145 to Dover Rd. straight mile. Watch for signs on: Saturday, Oct. 5, Starting at 11:01 a.r. 100's: Brooks Marquardt 147, 102; Trevor Marquardt Barney's 115, 104; Matt Gannon 110; ^l Ir,'rlt'00kl Kerry Knoll 102 e / /IVII