The Old Coots met Tuesday, Sept. 10, at the Triple R for their biannual get-together to enjoy a meal and share memories. There were 33 Kimball High School alumni in attendance who graduated in years up to 1963. The photographed groups were divided into years 1950-56, 1957-59, and 1960-63. In the group from 1950-56 (above) are, from left, Earl Rokala ’56, Sherill Fischer ’56, Wilfred Schauer ’56, Roland Isaacson ’53, Ivern Magnuson ’52, Jerry Imholte ’54, Darrel Schmidt ’50, Les Yerks ’56, Jim McKenzie ’53, John Delander ’56, Roger Osterberg ’56, and Jerry Robinson ’55. Not pictured but attending is Andy Maus ’53. Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua.
The KHS Class of 1958 held their 55-year class reunion Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Waterfront Lakeside Grill on Clearwater Lake.
There were 33 in attendance, 21 classmates and 12 spouses. There were 57 in the graduating class of 1958, 13 are deceased.
It was decided that the class would hold an annual reunion from this time forward on the Saturday following Labor Day.
Everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch with much conversation and sharing. Committee for the event included Jim Fuchs, Darlene and Cliff Hinz, Joan Lutgen Moser, Elaine Johnson and Verna Lea Salmela.
The KHS Class of 1952 met Thursday, Sept. 12, at the Triple R. They are, from left to right, in back row, Richard Schmidt, Orville Cremers, Jack Adolph, Ivern Magnuson, Ralph Nistler, Frances Hurrle, and Magnus Konz. In middle row are Pat (Mackereth) O’Fallon, Arnita (Muehring) Reiger, Lois (Eckman) Wills, Veloris (Muehring) Norgaard, and Viola (Donnay) Braegelmann. In front row are Catherine (Eder) Nistler, Cheryl (Wortz) Lund, Erma (Gehrke) Beck, and Jeanette (Treibel) Pramann. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua.
New staff at Kimball Schools include Melissa Opatz (long-term substitute for Mrs. Forsman), Whitney Gettler (Kindergarten), Aaron Johnson (student teacher in Mrs. Ostby’s 3rd grade class), Katie Pettit (high school Math), Allison Tooley (Early Childhood paraprofessional), and Lindsie Cunningham (student teacher in Mrs. Nusbaum’s 3rd grade class). Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs.
The Kimball Area Dollars for Scholars will be meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, to decide the future of the organization. Because of the National Dollars for Scholars, IRS changes and declining interest from the community and parents, our organization is struggling to stay alive. Kimball Area Dollars for Scholars members will be meeting with donors and any community individuals and parents that want to help with the future of our organization.
With only eight members and three of these members stepping down, our organization needs help. Kimball Area Dollars for Scholars future will depend on the attendance at this meeting. So come join us and let us hear from you if our organization is an important part of the Kimball community. If unable to attend, and you would like to voice your concerns, let us know by calling Maureen at (320) 398-2539.
Kimball Area Dollars for Scholars Gail Schiefelbein/secretary