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Wadena Pioneer Journal Giving Information Life Volume 134, No. 39 - 6 Pages - Section c Saturday, October 29, 2011 7:06 p.m. Photo by Rachelle Klemme Patty Kicker, Mike Holzer and Sharon Schinnert say goodbye to each other and other friends and family after dinner at the Four Seas Buffet. 6:55 p.m. 7:09 a.m. Photo by Rachelle Klemme Photo by Steve Schulz 7-year-old James Lee, along with his family, went bowling for his birthday at Wadena Lanes. 24 HOURS Rays of the sun begin to peek out over the horizon at the Wadena sign on west U.S. Highway 10. It was a fall day like any other: a work day for some, a day to remember for others. We tell the story of this day, Friday, Oct. 21, through photos only. This is 24 Hours. 12:02 a.m. Photo by Steve Schulz The day begins with a time of 12:02 a.m. and a temperature of 33 degrees, as recorded by the Wadena State Bank marquee sign. 8:48 a.m. Photo by Brian Hansel Jack Goeden retrieves a snow goose and a Canada goose in a field on his parent’s farm. Goeden and his brothers were hunting in a party of eight. 10:23 p.m. Nathan Carlstrom cleans the popcorn machine at the Cozy Theatre. Photo by Rachelle Klemme 1:50 p.m. Photo by Brian Hansel 12:28 p.m. Bob Iken picks up an eightPhoto by Brian Hansel week-old Great Dane pup as Cole Pearson roller blades across Colfax Avenue while out for some exer- a gift for his daughter, Jessica. cise with his mother Jordana and their dog “Hunter.” 8:35 a.m. Photo by Brian Hansel Dewey Schmitz performs some touch up work on a black bear mount at Dewey’s Taxidermy. 1:06 a.m. Photo by Steve Schulz 4:06 p.m. 6:18 p.m. Photo by Rachelle Klemme Steve Wegscheid works under a vehicle at Steve’s Alignment and Auto Repair. The sun sets over the railroad tracks. Photo by Rachelle Klemme Adam Rolfes, who has worked at Orton’s in Wadena for about three years, works on some duties during a slow time at the convenience store.

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