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O'P ! ,--- Thursday, October 6, 2011 ws Kimball, MN ACROSS 1 Disarray 5 Drunkard 8 Mac- Donal(~'s place 12 Year-end celebration 13 Lawyers' org. 14 Dunkable treat 15 Hiker's energy source 1 7 Bellow 18 Mingle (with) 19 Sequen- tially 21 Pitching stat 22 Replaces divots 23 Fool 26 Wet wriggler 28 Handle skill- fully 31 Comestibles 33 Lair 35 Inside picture? 36 Potato, for one 38 Have a bug 40 That woman 41 Harvest 43 Mai- (cocktail) 45 Asian capital 47 Buccaneer 51 Brewery Kiag ____m 1 2 3 m--m 12 mmm 15 18 III 23 24 25 31 mini 36 ll 45 46 51 54 57 products 52 Temporary solution 54 French meat entree 55 Trojans' sch. 56 Sea eagle 57 Charon's river 58 "A mouse!" 59 Iditarod team Crossword DOWN 1 Legend 2 Modern money 3 Thick chunk 4 River through Paris 25 AA goal 5 Did a springy 27 Meadow 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. Cinema! 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Thu.: 7:00 gour Number R Fri.: 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 Sat.: 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 Sun.: 1:15, 3:15, 5:1~ 7:15 Nlon.-Thu.: 5:15, 7:15 Daily Matinees Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 m--m 9 10 11 ZII 29 30 n____ 40 Ill 48 49 50 -- -- ~---- Brazilian 29 -- -di-dah dance 30 Coloring 6 Japanese agent sash 32 Discard 7 Urban fleet34 Argue over 8 New Jersey trifles base 37 "Norma --" 9 Wake-up 39 Secular calls 42 Irritate 10 Ca-boose's44 Annoyed place 45 Sailors 11 Early hours 46 Greatly 16 Traditional 48 Roundish do tales 49 Chime 20 Promptly sound 23 Astern 50 Former 24 Not worth a partners 53 Work with Flags (all & Tele ! ~ ii!;,i ::::: ~,John so n, 27'5-2269 ::i;ii!~~ Bob Hermann~,fi93-6782 -- Crossword - Answers Solution time: 25 rains. R E A !R L A H I' IN IG : rubber stamps, seals and signs. Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look[ 70 Main Street South Kimball 5000 Minnesota's unique destinations October Breakfast Club ing, AAA Living, the Minneapo- presentation lis Star Tribune and other publica- If you crave more than a just- tions and websites, including her relax ,vacation, join us from own www.lOOOOLikes.com. She's 9-10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, for a also putting together Minneso- discussion on cultural travel and ta's first travel apps and wrote a where to find some of Minnesota's guidebook on the Dakotas in 2010. most unique places and treasures. She'll share her secrets for finding Lisa Meyers McClintick, a for- the best destinations for intrigu- mer St. Cloud Times reporter, ing day trips or themed, hands-on has spent the last decade writing ' vacations. travel features for Midwest Liv- Please join us for this intrigu- ing presentation on travel adven-' tures. There is no charge for Stearns History Museum mem- bers; admission for non-mem- bers is $5. For information about Breakfast Club or the Museum, please call (320) 253-8424. The American Association of Muse- ums accredits the Stearns History Museum and Research Center. It is located at 235 33rd Avenue South- in St. Cloud. Compiled by the Kimball Area Historical Society I ......................... A short story of the life of Waite A. Shoemaker Part two of two parts September 1897, he went to New presented his fascinating career Reprinted from the Tri-County York and entered the Pedagogical as only a gifted story teller knows News dated Jan. 24, 2002. School of NewYork University, and how. By Louise PoUey Shoemaker took on the work required for the Next, we proudly present the Upon graduation he was imme- doctor's degree, excepting on the Finnish Immigration featuring diatety elected to the faculty and thesis. This he completed success- speaker Richard Tormanen. That's then began the happiest part of his fully. Tuesday evening, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. long association with the Normal The next year at home, he didSee this column for more detail in School in St. Cloud. For about 20 theusualworkwithhisclassesandtwoweeks. years he knew every student in the wrote and submitted his thesis on Find us and "like" us on Face- school and had most of them in his the Philosophy of Arithmetic. This book. classes. He knew them intimately was accepted, and he became Dr. In the past 25 years, there has and they came to him with their Shoemaker. During the 12 and a not been an All School Reunion in difficulties and perplexities. He half years of his active adminis- Kimball. That is, until now. This had many beautiful friendships, tration, the main building at the will be one of the most memora- and never forgot names or faces, school was enlarged and remod- ble activities during Kimball Days This was not the result of memory eled to accommodate the increas- 2012 alone, but of an accurate and all- ing attendance, and all the other Last 2011 Board of Directors inclusive observation. He was fond four buildings on campus wereMeeting is at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, of horses and never forgot one he erected. The last was the beauti- Oct. 8, at Kimball City Hall. had driven or worked. He said to ful dormitory that bears his name Watch for even more events me once, "I know horses the way I - Shoemaker Hall. It was finished coming in October and November. know men, by their faces." and occupied 0nly a few m0nthg For new or renewed memberghip, Mr. Shoemaker realized early before he died. The end came on adding your story, photos, infer- that he must have further training March 16, 1916, only eight days motion for our permanent collec- if he was to have the wider oppor- before his 56thbi, rthday, tion, let us know. The KimballArea tunity for service that, by virtue Historical Society contact is Box of his ability, belonged to him. He Thank you for joining us 1OO, Kimball MN 55353, or phone t:tad~z~ubllshedabyokonaritla~ne- 8~;~ot, 2~71 to h~ar all about thc ~3BO) ~i~:~ ,.~2OO1 "Or ~ lnail t~irrtO.ll tic in collaboration with Miss Isa- unusual history and profession of history@meltel.het. We wouldn't bel Lawrence in 1887. Nowhetook land surveying, dating way back exist without vou. work at the University of Minne- in early civilizastion. Ed Otto * * * * * * sota, attending weekend classes brought artifacts of surveying and Kimbalrs Rich History Still lives and doing reading at home. 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