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16 Kimball Tri-County News-Thursday, Nov. 7, 1991 New signs available for "SAFE" project Do you remember the "HELP" signs you received this past summer? The sign was misinterpreted, so we are asking that you remove these signs immediate- ly. There are new signs with the words "SAFE" (Stop Abduc- tions ForEver). The new signs are profession- ally made on an eye catching colored paper. You may pick them up at the Community Ed office at the Kimball High School, Monday "'-',,,ohThursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5p.m. Children in the Kimball Ele- mentary School will have this new information explained to them also. We urge you to pick up a sign and display it in a window or door to help our children have a SAFE place to go for help, making our community a safe Open Houses 40lh Anniversary for Arnon and Mary Arlt Amon and Mary (Gunnerson) Arlt will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Satur- day, Nov. 16th, from 5 p.m. to 12 midnight at the Playland Ballroom in Kimball. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. with a dance starting at 8 p.m. Hosting the event will be their children and their spouses. Arnon and Mary were mar- ried January 17, 1952 in Min- neapolis, MN. 42,43 and happy place to live for everyone. The signs are free. This is a joint venture between Kimball Community Education and the Frederick A. Mctcalf American Legion Aux- iliary of Kimball. Help for Senior Citizens to winterize their homes Are you a Kimball senior cit- izen? Do your need some help getting your home ready for winter? Kimball Youth Devel- opment would like to help. If you need help with yard work, getting screens off and storm windows on or just need some help with indoor housework, give us a call, we want to help. Call Community Education at 398-3781 and we will arrange for some of our Kimball youth to help you! Call today. Silent Auction at Christian Women's Club Are you looking for a Creative Craft Corner? Come to the Maple Lake Legion on Thursday, November 14, for the Christian Women's Club Silent Auction. Bidding begins at 9 a.m. Dean Mozena will be the auctioneer for the larger items. Music and message for the morning will be provided by Jane Forster, Lake Elmo. A Dollar-A-Morn Nursery is available. For nursery and brunch reservations and cancel- lations or for items to donate for the auction, Call Wanda, 963- 5613, or Audrey, 398-5381. Ron and Terre Harff to celebrate 25th anniversary Watkins - Ron and Terre Harff, 12670 County Road 149, Watkins, will be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on November 23, 1991, with a 2:00 p.m. worship service at St. John's Lutheran Church of Kimball. A reception will follow at Cedar Point Ballroom in St. Augusta with a dance open to the public beginning at 8:00 p.m.Ron and Terre would like their friends, relatives and neighbors to share in their celebration. Children of the couple, Lynn and Brian Harff, will be hosting the event Ron and Terre (Hinrichs) Harff were married on November 19, 1966 at the First Methodist Church of Osseo. No cards have been senL You can help KHS students acquire free equipment Kimball Area High School has the opportunity to acquire free math and science educa- tional equipment through the DowBrands Educate America program. Community residents inter- ested in helping KHS receive this equipment are asked to save the proofs-of-purchase from Dow products such as Saran Wrap, Yes, Glass Plus, Vivid, Fantastik, Dow Bathroom- Cleaner, Spray & Wash, and Zi- ploc storage bags. Computers, software, micro- scopes, lab kits, and other ma- nipulative study aids are includ- ed in the educational equipment being offered--tools that will help students develop a stronger understanding of and enthusiasm for math and sci- ence Lois Rinkel was taken to the St. Cloud Hospital Sunday after having suffered a massive heart attack. Dee Curtis had eye surgery recendy at the University Hos- pital. She is recuperating at home. CONFERENCES (From Page 1) parents at Monday evening's conferences. Parents and guardians are asked to enter the school via the north doors both evenings. Staff will be present to guide guests to the conference sites and dis- tribute report cards. Remaining report cards will b delivered to students by the close of the school day on Tuesday. Please telephone the school office if you have questions or to arrange a separate conference with a teacher. Staff members are in their rooms from 7:30 un- til 8:15 each morning. If you are unable to reach a teacher, please ask to speak to Principal Paul Wilfahrt. Public Cholesterol Screenings to be held in Kimball Public cholesterol screenings will be available in Kimball for all persons over the age of 18. They will be held at the Kimball Senior High School, Room 200, Highway 55, Kimball on the third Monday of every other month (odd months) starting Nov. 18, from 4 to 7 p.m. No fasting is needed as this is for total cholesterol. Referrals will be made to personal physicians. You will receive more than your cholesterol level. Qualified health professionals will pro- vide current information about diet, exercise, and cholesterol. Appointments are prefered. Call 255-6155 or, if long dis- tance, 1-800-245-5893. The cholesterol screenings are spon- sored and conducted by Stearns County Community Health SeX- vies staff. 42,43 Buckle Up for Lovel Give : 1 Help us celebrate 90 years strong Friday, NOV. 15 Kimball Bank Lobby Food, Beverage, Gifts, Special CD Rates See you there. "Hometown Banking With Your Neighbors & Friends'" mmllm L|NO|R State Bank of Kimball 398-5500 or 398-3500 Member FDIC