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Spare Notes From Aqua Lanes Sue Lyrek t'tred her best at  Lanes in the Aqua Belles gue with a pair of 200 s, a and 214, and rolled a 584 leries. Gordy Schreifels topped the e'n's list with a 223, 202, 588. There are still three weeks to roll the Scotch Doubles Touma- nlenL Register at Aqua Lanes. -- --A  new format has come for lhe Miller Doubles Tournament. ae Totnrtament can be bowled during League play if you regis- first. Now is the time to give it a try. The closing date is Jan- lst. 2High Men: Gordy Schreifels 3, 202, 588; Dale Henkel 201, 581; Jesse Liedman 578; Rod- aey Hess 213, 564; Dave gloeppner 557; George Pickle 201, 556; Don Swanson 212, 554; Greg Loch 202, 551; Bill LieAman 200, 551; Roger Oster- g 219; Tom Marquardt 209; Asfeld 205; Whitey Pheri- 203; Nick Brandt 205; Duane lcker 2o0. High Women: Sue Lyek 214, 584; Lo Asfeld 209; 192; Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there  me for cor, home, life end heolth inseronce Combine house & car save 20% 563; Pat Brandt 205, 547; Cindy Arens 533; Barb Liedman 202, 526; Kathy Schmitz 200, 526; Marj Greely 513; Carol Pra- mann 212, 511; Pat Dockendorf 511; Elaine Johnson 500; Diane Winning 196; Rosie Nistler 193; Charlotte Vossen 192. AQUA BELLES 10128 T C's Dining 29.5 6.5 A.I.R. 22.5 13.5 E Z Crusher 22 14 Vinar's Cabinet 20.5 15.5 Kimball SL Agency 20 16 Freeman Elec. 16.5 19.5 Gannon Elev. 15 21 M & W Dist. 15 21 Ali's Angels 11 25 Jan's Gold. Thimb. 8 28 High Team Game: E Z Crusher 1132; Gannon Elev. 1122; Kimball State 1047. High Team Series: E Z Crusher 3116; Gannon Elev. 3026; Kimball State Agency 2992. High Ind. Game, Actual: Kathy Schmitz 234; Lanete Hunt 219; Sue Lyrek 214. High Ind. Series, Actual: Kathy Schmitz 588; Sue Lyrek 584; Sharon Marquardt 578. High Games and Series: Sue Lyrek 200, 170, 214, 584; Cindy Arens 184, 176, 173, 533;Kathy Schmitz 170, 200, 526; Marj Greeley 179, 185, 513; Pat Dockendorf 183, 171, 511; Karen Hokanson 176, 502; Elaine Johnson 172, 500; Pare Schindele 175, 497; Diane Win- ning 196, 493; Liuette Blondell 10; Kerry Mans 179; Peggi Dor- man 176; Terri Gettler 176; Lurene Berscheid 173; Lori Rossman 170; Jan Wimmer 17ff, Alice Vinnr 170. AQUA DOLLS 10/28 Corner Bar 30 6 Suds Liquor 20 16 Powder Puffs Incomplete Forest City Cry. 18.5 17.5 Modem Quilters 18 18 Ramsey Printing 16 20 Riverside Store Incomplete Unearned Points 5.5 30.5 Ind. High Game & Series: Lou Asfeld 209; 563; Pat Brandt 205, 547; Charlotte Vossen 192; Vicki Moebrle 180, 488; Sandy Moehrle 180. 202, 167; Rosie Nistler 193; Connie Mathies 184; Gloria Ol- son 182, 160; Diane Spiczka 180; Doris Zoller 175; Tammi Tatters 173; Elaine Arnold 172; Lynn Orbeck 171, 165; Mary VanNurden 168, 160; Launa Heid 165; Tootz Tschumperlin 165, 162; Carol Becket 162. TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE 10130 Nite Trax 220.5 103.5 Swan's Care 199 125 Petty Bros. 184 140 Minn. Hatchery 168 156 Sud's Liquor 159 165 TC's Bar 148 176 Hayloft 146.5 177.5 M. lake Plbg. 144 172 TC's Dining 135 189 Theisen Bldg. Supp. 106 218 JUNIOR LEAGUE Wishbone 24 12 Dream Team 19 17 Hoosiers 15 21 PJ's 14 22 140's: Chis Liedman 182, 173, 164; Jason Spiczka 169, 147, 147; Jeff Gannon 153, 148; Steven Brandt 149, 146. NOON BANTAMS Champions 17 7 Pythons 16 8 Three Dudes 14.5 9.5 Marquardts 14.5 9.5 Pin Kickers 14 10 Tigers 10 14 Chicago Bulls 10 14 Wild Cats 9 15 Jetsons 2 22 100's: Bruce Schmitz 105, 104; Kerry Knoll 102; Kris Knaus 100; Luke Knaus 100. 2:00 BANTAMS Strikers 15.5 8.5 Golden Easles 14 10 Pinbusters 13.5 10.5 River Rats 13.5 10.5 Chartlmsrs 12.5 11.5 Sausages 12 12 Super Team 8.5 15.5 Pin Ticklers 6.5 17.5 COMMERCIAL 10/31 Stein's 7 1 Bumper to Bum/r 6 2 Knaus 5 3 High Team Game & Series: Main SL Pub Forest City Cr. 806, 2240; Pow-S&M 5 der Puffs 722, 2076; Corner Bar 714; Modem Quilters 2020. 150 or better: Lou Asfeld 209, 192, 162; Pat Bran& 205, 173, 169; Charlotte Vossen 192; Robin Johnson 183; Vicki Moehrle 180, 162; Sandy Moehrle 180, 155; Linda Kunkel 178; Denise Winter 177, 172; Bonnie Zutz 174; Janet Blau 169, 164; Kathy Hansen 162; Avon Vossen 161; Carol Warren 157. AQUA JILLS 10/29 Fair Haven Elec. 25 11 Hendricks' Bus 20 16 Valley Inn 20 16 Goldwecr Jewelers 19 17 Mom's Place 18 18 Ted's Liquors 18 18 Domthy's 16 20 Hilltop Center 8 28 High Ind. Game and Series: Carol Pramann 212, 511; Barb Liedman 202, 526; Rosie Nistler 193; Gloria Olson 491. High Team Game and Series: Dorotby's 902, 2517; Mom's Place 872, 2483; Goldwear Jew- elers 872; Fair Haven Electric 2496. 160 Game or Better: Carol Pramann 212; Barb Liedman Aqua Lanes 3 5 Bec Bro 2 6 540's: Jesse Liedman 578; Bill Liedman 551; Tom Mar- quardt 549; Monte Serbus 540; Ray Ruehle 540; Sai Becker 540. 200's: Tom Marquardt 209; Sal Becker 200; Bill Liedman 200. Elementary Activities The fall of 1991 found 128 elementary students participat- ing in the elementary activities of football and volleyball. Both activities are organized through the Athletic coaches, Acivitics Director and Kimball Communi- ty Education. Special thank yons should be extended to: - tim varsity football and vol- leyball players who gave of their time and talents to these pro- grams. - the volleylsall coaching staff for their commitment on Satur- days to the volleyball programs, - to all the volunteer dads flint supported the flag football pro- gram. Thank you to everyone for all your help and support. Kimball Tri-County NeWs-Thursday, Nov. 7, 1991 13 Land Notes By Mary C. Turck Milk Price Monster I'm not sure whether the Loch Ness Monster exists. I don't know about the Abominable Snowman either. Lots of people claim to have glimpsed these two. Neither seems to do much, just plays hide and seek with its fans. I'm more concerned about a home-grown American monster. As far as I know, no one has seen it. Unlike Nessie and the Snowman, however, it leaves a wide trail of destruction. I'm talking about the Milk Price Monster. I have seen evidence of the existence of this monstei. Dur- ing 1991 alone, it drove between 2,000 and 2,500 dairy tarmers out of business in Wisconsin. One out of every 31 Minnesota dairy farmers became its victim between January and September 1991. All across the country, thousands of families sold their dairy cows and headed for the cities. Economists, of course, blame dairy farmers for creating their own problems. They say farmers produced too much milk, caus- ing the price to plummet. In Mi- nesota, the price of milk paid to farmers fell from $15.50 per hundredweight in late 1989 to $10.60 by March 1991. Econ- mists don't recognize the exis- tence of the Milk Price Monster. The law of supply and demand is the economists' fa- vorite explanation for price changes. Too much milk supply drives the price down, they say. Consumers pay high prices when a commodity is scarce, low prices when there is a sur- plus. Surplus milk is cheap milk. That is where the economists are wrong. The price dairy farm- ers get for milk has nothing to do with the price consumers pay. A hundredweight of milk is about 12 gallons. That means the December 1989 milk price for farmers was about $1.30 per gallon. By April 1991, the farm price was down to 86 cents per gallon. DO you remember super- market prices for milk falling by 44 cents per gallon during that period? Of course not. Never happened. Never will. The law of supply and demand isn't operating there. Consumers aren't getting cheap milk. Few dairy farmers are get- ting their cost of production, much less a reasonable profit. But neither farmers nor con- sumers control the price of milk. Somewhere between the farmer and the consumer, the Milk Price Mosnter is skimming the cream. "Price Monster" copyright 1991 by Mary C.Turck. Land Notes is distributed by the non- profit Land Stewardship Project, 14758 Ostlund Trial North, Marine on St. Croix, MN 55047. The Project's aim is to apply ethical and environmental prin- ciples of caring for the land and the people on it. The Project is built around the concept that farmers and landowners have a moral obligation to the land, and that society as a whole shares that obligation. KEROSENE i Now Available at LAND O' LAKES OIL CO. Kimball NOlO|ST ItlUtO GOIN@" Apples Apples Apples Order ahead or pick up Haralsons, Conneli Reds Fireside, Regent *We have Potatoes, Puml00ns & Squash Earthberry Farm 3 1/2 Mi. So. Hwy. 15 398-6252