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Comm. Ed. from p. 2 is a holiday family tradition and a wonderful way to spend an af- ternoon for people of all ages. The motorcoach will leave the Kimball Area High School at 12:30 p.m. for the 2:00 perfor- mance. The cost of this trip is $10.00 for adults and $8.00 for senior citizens and students age 12 or under. Deadline to regis- ter is Nov. 15. Holiday Extravaganza Wed., Dec. 4 The holiday season is always s0 busy and hectic that we sel- Qorn take time out for ourselves. Join us on Wednesday, Decem- ber 4, as we travel south for some tours, food and fun. Our first stop will be in St. Louis Park at Minnesota's largest Byerly's store, 90,000 square feet. Included in this store are a cooking school, Hall- mark card store, gift gallery and of course, one of the famous Byerly's restaurants, which is where we will have lunch. Once we have eaten and en- joyed some of Byerly's famous desserts, we will board our mo- torcoach and head for the popu- lar Target Center, home of the Minnesota Timberwolves. There are many interesting as- i !  Sat., Nov. 16 from 9 to 4 0 '. "Whippingup a fundraiser" Ethnic & Good Old American Bake Sale b i "" "" * Rugs * Toys Small Quilts Holiday Items " In Big Woods Museum - Lower Level Minnesota Pioneer Park I on Hwy. 55 East, Annandale * 274-8489 . - No Admission Charged - 9 A large group of ladies & junior 3 0 % oil ,   co.o.,, All other new fall sweaters at 15% oe ... ., .. o 16 15% ofanv pair of pants or jeans at regular price with the I purchase of any sweater thru Sat., Nov.16 J uo...r...:.5:o,,.rao, s9.5lOa*.s,., zn.n ] IDS Financial Services, Inc. 703 E. Ripley - kitchfield JIM BRUGGERS 398-3172 NICK BRANDT 398-7791 Personal and business financial planning Investments Insurance Phone: 612/693-7271 pects to this building. It is more than just a basketball court! Following this tour you will be given time to browse the newly opened Neiman Marcus store and view the 8th floor of Day- ton's holiday display. You will also be able to visit the Dayton's basement, 700 Main, for some holiday snacks and treats. This day is designed to be fun-filled with good friends and good food. Take some time for your- self and enjoy! The cost is $10.00 and the motorcoach will depart the Kimball Area High School at 7:45 a.m. and return approxi- mately 6:00 p.m. The registra- tion deadline is Nov. 22. Kimball Trt-County News--Thursday, Nov. 7, 1991 11 children's health by support- ing sound, nutritional school food through the National School Lunch Program. ASFSA is involved in every aspect of school-sponsored nutrition programs--from legislative involvement on a national scale to certification, scholarships and professional development programs for its members. Thanks to the work of ASFSA, school lunch pro- grams offer good tasting, healthy meals with the USDA required balance of meats, breads, dairy products and fruits or vegetables--while reducing salt, fat and sugar. For brochures that can tell you more, call (800) 728-0728. Pointers For Parents Here's some food for thought: Hungry children cannot learn. They are lethar- gic. irritable and have shorter attention spans. Especially in districts where home nutri- tion habits are questionable, a school lunch is often a student's only chance for a good, balanced meal. School lunch pro- grams encourage good nutrition habits that can last a lifetime. That's why so many par- ents support school lunch programs, particularly during National School Lunch Week, in October of every year. National School Lunch - Tenth Annual yuletide Gift Boutique Kimball Elementary School Gym 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Saturday, November 16, 1991 Week is sponsored by the American School Food Ser- Home made soup / lunches availaMe vice Association (ASFSA), Child Care available, sponsored by: a professional association Youth Development and FLA o,-oo-.o--:::::::::::::::::::::::: ....................................  .... -: ...... Pork Roast ,, I Cake Mx LEAN PorkSteak 79 HOME CURED " KLEENEX Pork Shoulders Bath Tssue SMOKED Turkeys , *1 9 Soup Bones , 79 LEAN BONELESS Beef Stew Meat Chicken Hindquartersl $299 Cheese "" .1 Crisco OUR FAMILY HI DRI Towels 2/$1 oo Pepsi, Mtn. Dew, Dt. Pepsi Sprite, Slice, Mello Yello Sugar ,,,,s.