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Notices b die Club to election imball Saddle Club o election of officers at eeting scheduled for ..y, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Im. City Hall. '-UUeen Jacobson, 236-2347 ball ltion Auxiliary Ftlet Nov. 14 F Legion Auxiliary will regular monthly meet- ;',,aay, Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. Legion Club Room. i ve you paid your dues I !1 Boy Scouts Kluct Food Drive ]l Kimball Boy Scouts will lk'uting for Food" on Sat- :,Nov. 16. 1 Will hang a bag on your i Iltis Saturday and pick it il . r.Ollowing Saturday. All ilected will go to the '111t Shelf. I l!rQnt-Teacher [ 00ferences / t00heduled . t-Teacher Conferences iball Area High School L  held on Monday, 11 illber, and Thursday, 14 IL'%er 1991 No confer- on Th=- OVember, as originally '! due to a weather de-  grade preparation and ltgtivities which are con- a 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. j i tts conferences will take O 3:30 until 7:30 p.m. .tCds will be available to aed of Page 16) VEFERANS DAY The following is information regarding the upcoming football game between the Kimball Cubs and Ogilive which has been re- scheduled for Friday, Nov. 8 at 9 a.m. in the Metrodome in Min- neapolis. There will be NO SCHOOL on Friday, Nov. 8 for students grades K- 12. Student Fan Bus Info Student fan buses are being scheduled through the Kimball Area High School office. Cost of transportation to the Dome is $5.00 for students. Bus trans- portation is on a first-come, first-served basis, you must have money in hand to register. The deadline for registering is Thurs- day, Nov. 7 at 9 a.m. Students grades K-6 MUST be accompanied by a parent. High school students will not be allowed to take younger broth- Editorial Weekend snow /sist on the fan buses. Veterans Day storm makes hitrv Buses will not stop to eat ---S-O- a either coming or going. No food Submntd by an Lqh=n/U=. Kimball, like the rest of the is available at the Dome, Bring 6th District Amerinilm/Fon Reklttoml ,,airman, LuAnn M. .,hmkJt From tM Mlnmmotl L.tocmalm Veterans Day - Nov. 1 ] - in a very real sense should be of great significance to all Ameri- cans. This is a day established by the Congress of the United States to honor the millions of Americans - men and women - who joined the ranks of our na- tion's armed forces in defense of liberty and our precious free- doms. On Nov. 11, 1918, a more in- nocent generation than our own region, was hard-hit by the early "mega-storm" that will go down in history. Forecasts for six inches more of snow Friday are less than en- couraging to most people facing a long, snowy winter--not yet scheduled to arrive! Friends of Library to meet Friends of the Library will meet Wednesday, November 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the library. New members are always welcome. your own bag lunch. Motoreoache for fans alr, Q axailahlt Motorcoach transportation will also be available at a cost of $6.00 per person. Parents must accompany any student riding the motorcoach transportation. Sign ups for this transportation can be made through the Com- munity Education office 398- 3781. Each motorcoach MUST have a full load of 46 passengers to travel. Due to weather and road conditions all fan buses will Cubs play in Dome on Frida November 8th leave the Kimball Area High School at 6 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 8, with arrival at the Dome be- tween 8-8:15 a.m. Kimball Kids Club (school aged child care) will be provided for students grade K-6 that will be in need of supervised child care on Friday, Nov. 8. The cost will be $1.40 per hour and $1.25 per hour for a second child in the same family. This program will operate from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. in the Kimball Elementary School. Students participating should plan to bring their own bag lunch. A morning and after- noon snack will be provided. This program is operated through Kimball Community Education and the St. Cloud YMCA. The deadline to register a child in this full day child care program is 9 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 7. All fans have to pay and en- ter at Gate F. Six more inches of snow is expected Friday morning. Travel is very slow. As of this writing (Tuesday) the trip from St. Cloud to the Dome took some- one 3 hours and 1-1/2 hours was required to get from Hwy. 55 & 494 to the Dome!!!!! Admission at the Dome will be $3.00 for adults and $2.00 for students. Any questions regarding the day at the Dome should be directed to the high school office at 398-7700 and those regarding the elementary guideline/in- rob ement can be directed to the elementary office at 398-5425. hailed the victorious conclusion of the "war to end all wars." For two decades afterward, the ob- servance of what was then known as Armistice Day was an occasion for commemorating the great outpouring of relief, prayerful thanksgiving, and un- restrained joy which marked the end of the fkst World War. The fact that war remains a reality in today's world, and that democracy faces serious chal- lenges takes nothing from the achievements of the men and women who answered the na- tion's call to arms in that era, or those who have served with hon- or during the subsequent periods of conflicL Our national consciousness today has been tempered to the realization that no one lump sum of effort or sacrifice will assure an honorable world peace. (Continued on Page 10) v II II II I II Auditions Nov. 11 for Wizard of Oz Deborah Pick as Tire Wicked Witch of the West in Prairie Fire Children's Theatre's "The Wlzard of Oz" November 11-15, 1991 will find the Kimball students fol- lowing the yellow brick road to The Wizard of Oz. Auditions for the Wizard will take place on Monday, November 11, at 3:15 p.m. in the elementary school gym. The public perfor- mance will take place on Fri- day, November 15, at 7:00 p.m. in the elementary school gym. Up to 60 local students are needed to play the roles of: Dorothy, Toto, the Munchkins, Glinda the Good Witch, The Tinman, The Cowardly Lion, The Guardian of the Gate, The Wizard, The Emerald City Traders, The Flying Monkeys and The Winkles. Two professional actors/di- rectors from Prai:Je Fire Chil- dren's Theatre staff will conduct the auditions as well as direct the production and play the dual roles of Uncle Henry, The Scarecrow, Aunt Em and the Wicked Witch of the WesL Auditions are open to anyone age 7 through 18. The audition process lasts up to two hours and all auditioners are required to be in attendance the complete time. A complete rehearsal schedule will be distributed at audition. Rehearsals normally run 3:15-5:15 and 5:30-7:30 p.m. throughout the week. This production is made pos- sible with a partial grant from the Central Minnesota Arts board and is sponsored by Kim- ball Community Education and Youth Development. axt week's paper should be early so that it can reach I'/Saturday.  information ngprorei f'o hrmaedau2 meffeet. tas been rescheduled-to ay, November 12, at P.-m. in Room 200 of the High School. The pur- If the meeting is to discuss 992 Prom. All parents of and seniors are asked L I. nd to discuss ideas or l't issues for the Prom. Single Copy 30' =lhali Police l)epartment : : o, ie00to be : psed Monday wr,00, re.As Monday is "Veterans' ,Y, the Kimball Post Office, ,VOL. XLII NO. 42 KIMBALL, STEARNS COUNTY, MINNESOTA 55353 Thursday, Nov. 7, 1991 gWith all other government ''*: "N'/*'Ir'N'N'N'krtlr'N'Ntk'*'N.N.Cr.N.N.N.NI,***w***** r'ces, will be closed. t intended to be used Public Notice Vehicles which remain larked on the streets in the P-ly of Kimball after an accu- n of 1 inch of snow or r after an appreciable ,-,.****.*****W****t***'.****.*********** qling of already fallen snow be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense.