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PAGE ~ H, J,, -. ' m = Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lindahl and daughter Marcia of Cannon Falls, returning from a camper trip to Denver, Colorado were overnight guests Monday at the Bernadette 2arsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carlson and family of Gibbon and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Christensen of here were Sunday visitors at the Iver Johnson home. Mrs. J. T. Jacobsen received a surprise telephone call from her ,granddaughter Mary and husband (Mr. and Mrs. David Nelson) Sunday from Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Julie and Jill Samuelson of Glencoe spent from Sunday un- til Tuesday at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schuette. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peder. son and family of Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar Bussler ~,ere Saturday evening visitors at the Albert Draeger home, Lori Anderson and Marianne Mock of Minneapolis arrived Tuesday to spend a week with their grandparents, Mr. and rs. Victor Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roepke entertained at a Hoppe reun- ion at their home in Hutchin- son Sunday. Mrs. Dora Hoppe of Chicago, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoppe, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hoppe of Winthrop, Ervin Hoppe family of Gibbon, Harold Wachfler family, Harold Hoppe family of St. Paul, Roger Christensen family, St. Louis Park and Lloyd Ruschmeyer family of Lester Prairie, attend- eel. ii iii s THE WIN'rlIRO NEWS, ",VINTI~tOP, SIBLEY COUNTY, MINNI~OTA TIILrRSDAY, JULY T .,-,.,,7, ..... [ Mr and Mrs. Adolph Lund-[ Mr and Mrs Robert Witt re 'A ........ ~ ........ ,t " " ' THE NICKEL'S .... .'.-g gemm,t L,A~'I[" ~l'/~f~lk# ----- [berg of Benson were Monday[Minneapolis are vacationing inI ~ I , [visitors at the Alfin Lundberg Canada this week ] ........ ii~flll I " ~lr ann Mrs biyron J:~er an- [ rhome. Mr and Mrs Delmar ] ! ' . " - g |~ '[[ [ " " !nounce the engagement of their . ,Preeht of Robbinsdale were I Mr and Mrs Reuben Lichten I- c, ........ [~..17 [J I ~ . . . ! - " l uau~mer ~nerryi Jane to vuane I' i [ ~. ~.~ ] l Tuesday evening vm:tors. [negger of St. Paul, and Mrs. ~Petterson son of Mr and Mr I i ~! I George Kober of Virginia were .... ~,,!l A I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sorbe, i , . (Ger~d Petterson of Lafayette. ,_ ' l e,,, ~ ~ iCindy, Rob and Jim of St. IHee~,Kena, visitors at the R. lbIiss Berg-is employed at D~olly's ~ }~ -. |~t1| ~ IPaul spent theweekend at the I enKe nome. iBeauty Salon at New Ulm. Her " ~a.~. ~__~ t~ .~~l [~P~ ~ ,Christ Gorr home. Mr. and } !fiance is employed at Jones Sheet ~1 di~.~-~,~ | ll,~ tY:~t IMr Alex Martin and family l Mr. and Mrs, Harold Schuette 'Metal in Mankato A fall wed- ~ ~'.~ _~'** -.~-~,,..~?~: __.,~,,~I~:_____,~I ,, of Arhn ton" e were Sunday" din- /entertmned relatives and huends dang 1S planned. 'l~- ~-'~'tf~ ~~;5['~'ltJ: lner guests. [in honor of Mr. Schuette'sbirth-I . ~a.._~l~~ "~ ..~;i~:~h~l~ ~" [ " ~day anniversary Saturday eve-t " " ' ~x~- "'*'::~},:~ ~ Mr and Mrs Paul Weekwerth nan ' -v _ " *-:':gi~"--;, tSarah Krueger) of Mesa, Ari-[ 1Lafayette Woman In "See here hoe, "'llfl[ t !zona were dinner guests at the{ Mr an ............ t - I m sermus Y " "'~ ~' " " l . u mrs. rucnaro witte ~,.r A ciden ;nome of Mr and Mrs t~enrv of Winn b ,. . ~a ~ 1 " , " o , " I e ago were ~:onaay af. ~Schauer on "Wednesoay o: last Iternoon an~ s ........... I u upper guests at me, week They celebrated Mr %Veck- I Emil Gehrke -o 1 Mrs Stanley Hanson, was tak- I " " n me , " , iwerth's birthday anniversary, on " fen to the New Ulm hospital on 1 II III that day. ] " ] Patricia Peterreins received a I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carlson i Bachelor of Science Degree in land Iamily of Gibbon, Mr. and elementary education at eom- IMrs. Je.hn Olson and family of mencement exrecises July 15 at ~E~erett, Washington and Mr. and t Mankato State College. She 'will be teaching in the Fairmont Mrs Le Roy Doering and Scuttle 'school of Gavlord were %Vednesday system this fall. evening visitors at the Iver JohnSon home. I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schaubhut land family of Long Prairie were I Visitors at the Fred Hilde. i Sundav visitors "atthe ~,Vitt- i brandt home last week were iSchaubhut home. : Mines. A d o 1 p h Hildehrandt, Clarence Severin and family, } Ardena Hod and family, of~, Mines. Emma Severson. Amel- i is Schillo and Warren Hufrman Gavlord, Mr. and Mrs. Hem'v ~attended funeral services for A1- Thies of Arlington, Mrs. Ame- lia Richert and Hertha of:fred Severson at Holcomb, VVis. Brownton. iMr. Severson was a brother-in- ;law of Mrs. Severson, a cousin Mrs. Dora Hoppe of Chicago' Airman 3rd Class Allan E. arrived last Tuesday for a via- Schulz, son of Mr. and M:~. Elm- it at the Henry Itoppe home.' er Schulz. rm'ai Winthrop, waui Mr. and Mrs. Felix Schloeggel 'of Mrs. Schillo and an uncle of Mr. Adolph Piehl of Hutch- !named honor student in his calss land family of St, Paul, %'on iMrs. Huffman. inson spent Thursday after-:which graduated recently from Sunday at the home of Mrs.i Mrs. Martha Fennenn of Twin noon at the Emil GeP _ehome. ithe Helicopter mechanic course Ernest Anderson. iValley, Minn., and Mrs Pauline fat Sheppard Air Force base, Tex. THANK YOU !He is now stationed at Grand Forks AFB, Grand Forks, N. D. I wish to thank Rex,. Swenson His address is: for prayers and visits, the Berna- dette Church men, friends and A3C Allan E. Schulz, relatives for cards, gifts and via- AF 1686,3345, its, also Dr. Dysterheft and the319 # OMS SAC, nursing staff at the Gaylord hos- Box 997, pital. Grand Forks AFB, Edwin Ross p North Dakota 58203. IIII IIII I IIIII I I II I I I tltE 5EW- C[ I I I II \ i is quickly c o m p I e t e d. SAVES MONEY... your savings in time and labor add up to extra farm profit dollars. And this special Mid- land service is economical, too. The Midland Farm Tire Service includes: dismounting, repairing, fluid p u m p i n g and mounting of your tire. One phone call brings you this complete Midland service for your farm equipment. : " \ \ ,