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Thursday, December 31, 2009 t Tri-CountyNews Kimball, MN Snowmobile safety training Snowmobile Safety Training classes will be offered for youth ages 12-15, orwho will reach age 12 by April 1, 2010. Classes will be held at the Wat- kins Fire Hall on the following dates: Tuesday, Jan. 12, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16. from 9 a.m. to noon Pre-registration is required since space is limited. Call Steve Wills at (320) 236-7562 to register. Kimball schools Menu Jan. 4-8 Breakfast Monday: Cereal choice, slice of toast, fruit choice, milk. Tuesday: Scrambled eggs & cheese, slice of toast, juice choice, milk. Wednesday: Pancake, sausage patty, fruit choice, milk. Thursday: French toast, ham slice, fruit choice, milk. Friday: Sausage gravy over bis- cuit, fruit choice, milk. Lunch Monday: Salisbury steak or tur- key on wheat, mashed potatoes, sliced wheat bread, peach slices, milk. Tuesday: Italian spaghetti or chili dog on wheat, whole-ker- nel corn, garlic bread, cantaloupe wedge, milk. Wednesday: Turkey gravy over mashed potatoes or ham wrap, assorted vegetables, sliced wheat bread, fresh apple, milk. Thursday: Italian dunkers or corn dog, green beans, sliced wheat bread, watermelon, milk. Friday: BBQ pulled pork or meatball sandwich, rice & corn & black bean salsa, sliced wheat bread, Mandarin oranges, milk. Served every Wednesday, 5-7:30! HWY 55, KIMBALL " 320-898-8965 Avxllalde fo~ I~at~ parn~ bXmlmtS, ! Senior Citizens meet Kimball Senior Citizens met at St. Anne's Dining Site Monday, Dec. 21, after lunch. The meeting was called to order by president Nell Hilary. The pledge of Alle- giance was recited by all. Secre- tary Ann Hamilton read the min- utes of the last meeting. Treasurer Anita Hoefer gave the treastirer's report. A short meeting was held and "Happy Birthday" was sung to president Nell Hilary. Two tables of 500 were played. First place was Alvina Schefers, second place to Derby Curtis, and door prize went to Nell Hilary. Anita Hoefer served lunch. Bene- dicta Linn will serve Jan. 18. Benedicta Linn The Nuremberg Trials mball Sen or Dhi lq Jan. 4-8 Monday-Euchre: BBQ turkey on a bun, seasoned potato wedges, cucumber salad, pudding. Tuesday-Euchre: liver & onions or mushroom & onion steak, whipped potatoes w/gravy, peas, wheat bread, applesauce. Wednesday-Pie of the month: Hot roast pork sandwich, whipped pota- toes w/gravy, squash, pumpkin pie. Thursday: Country-fried steak, med. baked potato w/sour cream, cinnamon carrots, wheat bread, molasses cookie. Friday: Lemon-pepper fish, au-gratin potatoes, beets, wheat bread, ice cream gelatin. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosa- lea Hoeft (320) 398-2211 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are available at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Partially funded under contract with the Central Minne- sota Council of Aging as part of the Older Americans Act and admin- istered by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud. Larry Tillemans, a member of the St. Joseph Legion Post 328, will Jerome '-H uooy' "-'-~-~]enn, 70 present The Nuremberg Trials at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, at the Stearns History Museum. Tille- marts will relate his experiences as a clerk-typist during the court pro- ceedings that followed World War II in Germany. He stated, "I'm not an authority, I'm not a historian. My story is about what did I hear? What did I see? What did I learn? And that's what I tell," The Nurem- berg trials began in late 1945, when the Allies indicted 24 Nazi leaders on four counts including crimes against humanity. Those facing trial included Luftwaffe Com- mander in ChiefHermann GOring, Army Chief Alfred Jodl and Min- ister of Foreign Affairs Joachim von Ribbentrop. Tillemans was there Oct. 1, 1946, to witness when the International Military Tribu- nal declared their verdict for the defendants - three acquitted, six sentenced to prison terms and 12 condemned to death. Please join the Stearns History Museum for this opportunity to hear a first- hand account of ~ne of the most important trials in world history. There is no charge for Stearns History Museum members; admission for non-members is $5. For information about Break- fast Club or the museum, please call (320) 253-8424. The American Association of Museums accredits the Stearns History Museum and Research Center. It is located at 235 33rd Avenue South in St. Cloud. Jerome "Buddy" Kiehn of Annandale died Monday, Dec. 21, 2009, at the Annandale Care Cen- ter. He was 70. Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 24, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Annandale with Rev. Dave Nelson officiat- ing. Friends called from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday at the Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel in Annandale and at the church one hour prior to services. There was a prayer ser- vice at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Burial followed the funeral at Woodlawn Cemetery in Annandale. Jerome John "Buddy" Kiehn was born Feb. 23, 1939, to John Christian and Ethel Violet (Erick- son) Kiehn on his family's farm in Southside Township. He was a 1957 graduate of Annandale High School. He married Beverly Ann Dubs July 1, 1972; she preceded him in death June 19, 2006. Agriculture was his love and he farmed in the Annandale area his entire life. Buddy was a member of the F0re t City Thresherg and St. John's Lutheran Church. He enjoyed his toy tractor collection, antique tractors, watching basket- ball, NASCAR, and his grandchil- dren. Buddy was preceded in death by his wife Beverly. He is survived by his two chil- dren Bruce (and Joyce) Kiehn of Litchfield, and Becky (and Tony) Boyce of Hugo; brother-in-law Dennis (and Gall) Dubs of Harris- burg, Pa.; and three grandchild- ren Katlyn and John Kiehn, and Lyndee Boyce. Pallbearers were Dub Ferrell, Jim Hallstrom, Don Daniels, Jim Fiedler, Dave Manke, Tom Segner, and Melvin Mama. Music for the service was provided by Mark and Ardis Nelson and Orma Lou Jacobsma. The grandchildren pro- vided a special tribute, and Mary Lovold read scripture. Burial and Cremetl0~ Services View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line St, Anne's Church in Kimball i 10 - 10:45 a.m. Tues./Thurs. Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-2211 For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches, Kimball (320) 398-5055 Page 5 Saturday, January 16 Snowmobiles~[ Fish Houses, Trailers, ~~ |! b Prints, & Any Other |: Sport Related Items! | Tim Ellis, Owner HRS: Mon-Fri: 7:30-5:30, Sa North of Hwy. 55 on Food shelf donation requested for admission Pizza Movies Games Wii Popcorn Call (320) 250-9771 or any church if you have questions Sponsored by Community Ed & Kimball Area Ministerial Alliance www.tricou ntynews. M N