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April 14, 1966

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SJgV]~I~-NINE Attack FatalNursing Home Trebeihorn,Residents Marry Two residents of the Winthrop Held Tuesday Nursing home were married Sat- urday. Principles were Mrs. Han- attack after an illness nah Lehman to Albin Isenberg. nths caused the demise The wedding took place at the dlip Trebelhorn on Fri. Covenant church in Winthrop, oon of last week. She Rev. Charles Meyer officiating, I hospitalized recently but witnessed by the latter's sons-in- when she passed a- law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bullemer and Mr. and Mrs. Trebelhorn, nee Anna Carl Leraas of Gibbon. Mr. Isen- ~)hrig, daughter of Mr. berg is 77 and Mrs. Isenberg is 73. rs. Henry {Mary Hart) was born November 30, e~_ Hou~ f, E3alzer, Russia. She was % d in the Lutheran faith Mr. and .Mrs. Herb. Li kfctt cornmtmity in 1902 and of Gaylord will be guests of hon- elementary schools or at an "Open House" Sunday, ~ler marriage to Phillip April 17 at the Immanuel Lu- rn was solemnized at theran Church Fellowship hall. n July 7, 1907 They The occasion will be in obser- america in 1910, first lo- vance of their golden wedding LincoLn, Nebr&~ka and anniversary. The hours are from Nonan, North Dakota 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock to which rel- to 1928. They came to atives and friends are cordially [nat year and farmed invited. No cards have been sent. township until retiring Hostesses will be their nieces. ~l have since lived in ~-l~orn was the moth- Accepts Adv ory ,en children. held Tuesday af Position On , They moved Sheltered Workshop m.Lq30 and since 1940 winthrop residents. Mr. Robert F. Parker, Win- ~here Mrs. hrop School District Superin- tiv. member of the tendent, has accepted an advisory of Christ position on the Sheltered Work- her husband and shop and Rehabilitation Facilities One son, William E. Advisory Committee. three daught. The ShelC, ered Wm'l~hop la~ a John Schulze of vocational schooling program Margaret, that seeks to train young people in Japan; for work and independent suI~ Armintage of port who have serious emotional, There ~ physical, or numtal handicaps. THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, SIBLEY COUNTY, MINNESOTA THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 19 NUMBER 29 Campaign For Easter Egg Hunt ]'UESDAY, JUNE 28 IS WINTHROP NITE AT Warrior Developing Scout Success I TROPOHTAN STADIUM vV4inner In Cam- .In 1967 When the VF~' Pos~ and Au.~; Winthrop Community Boosterectly behind home base. The $Y..09 iliary planned to put on the Eas- Club will have 100 reserved box tickets will be sold first come fir-r| ~[~"-rst ter Egg Hunt for the children ........... st served at Palace Clothing, Win- seatsIortne ~:levelana ln~lans Plans for a campaign to raise in the city park. There were quite . . throp State Bank, Hanson's Drug $225,000 to develop a new camp a few questions running through vs Minnesota Twins oaseoall ga- _ ..... for boy scouts of the seven court- the minds of those in charge, me Tuesday evening June 28. The Store anu rienry tsergerson lnsur- Winthrop's tracksters opened ties comprising the Minnesota First, of course, was the wea- seats are on the second deck dir- ance Agency. their season in winning fashion April 6th at Mankato State Col- Valley area council were endors- ther, and then would the children ..... " lege. Final score of the meet was: ed by an advisory" committee of be interested? prominent citizens of the area at The answer to these was an ok a meeting in New Ulm last even- ing. The drive will [)e launched with respect to the weather but the surprise was the large hum- in January, 1967. ber of youngsters who came out. After an intensive search over They entered into the hunt with a period of several years by a enthusiasm and in no time at all special committee headed by Gee- had found the goodies. Some did rge ~,V. Sugden of Mankato, the better than others but shared council executive board has pur- their finds with those who were chased 520 acres of wilderness not quite so lucky. land on Goodrich Lake in Crow The number of participants sur- Wing county about five miles passed the anticipated turnout east of Cross Lake. Funds for de- so much that the committee fou- velopement of access roads, water nd that the Easter Bunny was supply, sanitation, waterfront, he- short on treats. Next year, they adquarters, commissary, and stor- promise that this will not happen. age building with other camp e- The sponsors wish to thank all quipment will be sought in the who came out and all who helped. 1967 campaign. -- " A new camping area that would Arthur Mornes of Mankato; Ross serve present and future needs Bloomquist of St. Peter; Sigurd of the Minnesota Valley area sc- Lervaag of Madelia; Carl Huge outs was one of the major recom- of Madelia; Jake~ Kenkon of Ual. Darrelv_,_,ws~n,w N.ew mendations of a long-rangemadePlan-its nut Grove; and Bert Mellum ofO__ --L~v~mrm ning committee which Sleepy Eye. jxepreseuta m, report to the council executive Present enrollment in 119 cub ~tll~~ ~ __ board in 1961. Lowen W. Andreas packs, scout troops and explorer ,M~INn~ of Mankato was chairman of this posts in the Minnesota valley committee, area council are 4~102 leaders and Darrel D. Rosenow has been The Crow Wing county site bays. Comprising the council, named District Representative Boy's Choir. He has conxlucted Long Jump, 2rid, 19~" was located in 1963 and the tract which has directed scouting in for Winthrop, Arlington and more than 150 performances by Tom Ahi--Mfle Run, 1st, 5:09 of 520 acres pieced together by the area since 1027, are Blue Gaylord by Minnesota Natural this famous choir on tours In Chuck Saxton--880 yd Run, 1st private purchase, public auction Earth, Watonwan, Cottonwood, Gas Company. the United States. He has also 2:13.6 ~f tax