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8, 19~ THE I~[NTHROP NEWS, VfINTHROP. SIBLEY COUNTY, MINNESOTA PAGE FIVE &r a Old Nemi of the R. HenRe Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Henke of Omaha, Neb., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill E. Haaheim. They had spent two days visiting at St. Cloud and other points inNorthern Minnesota and were favorably impressed. It was their first visil to this state. Mrs. Henke and Mrs. Haaheim became acquaint- Krieger of Rett- ed several years ago on a trip to their respective homes in were at the Ed Germany and England travel- prise party Sunday afternoon in 12 Weber children were present for the occasion for the first complete reunion in better than three years. until Mr. and Mrs. Les Weber and Mr. arid Mrs. Edwin Weber of family Sanborn were honored at a sur- at Bakers- prise paty Sunday afternoon in the honor of their 20th wedding an- niversaries. The event held at the Edwin Weber home was attend- ed by brothers, sisters, nephews and neices of the two couples. the position Corsages were made for guests depart- and thief attendants by neice school in Darlene Krause of Jeffers. All 12 Weber children wr present for the occasion for the fist complete reunion in better than throe years. Mr. anti Mrs. Lloyd Schr~.idt and son, Bob of Perham and Mr. AXles Meyer, of Warrens. it the F. W. his parents' Lake Silvia. Mr. and Mrs. New Ulm. !n Was elected 900-member there. at Baker~- his wife is sixth :zrade Journal. Marlys Ander- Were Monday the home of Mrs. Veto OPEN HOUSE SHOWER There will be an open house bridal shower honoring ~Sandra Rockvam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rockvam at the First Lutheran church parlors in Lafayette Saturday, Septem- ber 10th at 7:30 p .m. Relatives and friends are invited to at- tend. No cards have been sent. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Christen- sen, and Cordell of St. Louis Park spent the weekend at the Henry Hoppe home. Mrs. Minnie Kuester and Elm- er, and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. May- nard Kuester and Michael, Mrs. Allen Hedine, Debbie and Monica : Doering were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuester at Faifax Sunday in hon- or of Mrs. Augusta Kuester's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hol- meister and Dennis and Mr. Ed- ward Stueber of New Ulm were Sunday evening visitors at the Earl Olson home. "Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thies el Gay- lord and Mr. and Mrs. Eriek Sehuft of Brownton were Tues- day evening ~isitors at the Fred Grochow home. Mrs. Hildin~, Swenson and Mrs. Gee. Scheman were Monday visi- tors at the Good Samaritan Home at Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Lichgtnegger ot St. Paul spent from Friday until Sunday at the R. Henke home. CROWNING MOMENT for Minne~ota's new Prlnce~ Kay of the Milky Way, Ltnda Koflke, 18, Glencoe, included a milky salute from her two atlendants--Barbara Ann Wencl, 18, Medford left), and Evelyn Wolkow, 17, Farmington. Linda received her crown from outgoing Prince~ Kay, Ma~' Ann Titrud of Claris~a. Linda represented American Iialry A~socla- tion Re,ion 6: Barhara. Re,ion 9; and Evelyn, Re~ion 7. The c~,afe~t included 11 flnallcts. Coronation ceremonies were held at the opening of the 1966 State Fair. organza over white satin and illusion veil with popcorn lace and two tiered crown. She car- ried an old fashion bouquet of white bridal roses. Her sister, Mrs. Betty Reina, was matron of honor. She wore a seafoam green long sheath. The brides. maid was Miss Nancy Burkett. Kin Reina was flower girl and Jason Nelson, ringbearer. Best- man was Vincent Nelson, bro. !her of the groom and Mike Ramirez was usher. A buffet lunch was served at a reception following the wed- ding, for seventy-five guests. After a two weeks wedding trip in Canada, the couple are at home at Los Angeles, Cadifornia. The groom is a graduate of Winthrop high school in 1954. Ite is presently employed as a data processing supervisor at Butler Bros. publications. His bride graduated from high -- ,i ,, it, ,ll school in Kokomo, Indiana in 1959. The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firma. ment proclaims His handi. work--(Psalm 18:2) The glory of the univeree.-- '~ from the smallest blade of grass to the planets and stars millions of miles away---all testify to the wondrous de- sign of a loving Creator. Sub- lime as it is, the beauty and order of the heavens cannot compare with His greatest handiwork--man, when he uses his liberty to make di- vine Jove the basis of all his actions. PAID ADV. Paid, prepd, and ins. at reg. adv. rates: Short VoL Com. O. O. MolomoL Coord. Mpls. A DYNAMIC LT. GOVERNOR VOTF THE TEAM OF t "rod Saturday at Winthrop Home .... Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorr and ,,, , ,~ . I brother-in-law of the bride. Gaff and Bakery. Scott, Mrs. Marie Gorr and fan- Nelsc:-t-l=let The weddin;: gown was in DflllrAA~ ~. cu n,r a_ ~, o,~, p inress st: h lon, wh, ,, ollUl l UL UN of Min-Mr. and Mrs. Atbin Lunderberg fly of St. Paul spent the weekend ; ' ::'.'-" .' . ', g "t( nyion Y at the attended the Red Reoster Day at at thehome of their parents Mr. ~l~ . ;/~::)~ '~ "~ McEwen. Dassel Monday and visited with and Mrs. Alex Oorr. Sunday ~i~l:'~ ~'~'~ ' ' - Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lunderberg , visitors were Mr. and Mrs Mike I ~,i~ :t ~__ ,,_ _ /! ~r /! try Thies. of at Lake Washington. ,t Pollei and family of New Ulm. !~[~ ! ~ ::4 ; | ~lia Richert " ' !i: .... oen. . ranKILq t roemer lton. Mr. and Mrs. ida Lueas, Mrs. Emma] Mr and Mrs Leon Setieman :'~~ ',l I andt of Gav- Rettmann and Mr. and MCrs. Ed . ' [of Lakewood, Calif. returned to :~'::i~ , I ~'Beckewere Gaulke were Monday afternoon, . ~ ~ ~ : ..... -,.,o .~,,~u. . I thmr home last Wednesday after ;:/~:% i i [ at the Fred visitors at the Henry Buehs home ~a few days visit at the Mrs. Gee. ~:'.~:~;/~ t l ~, :: I - at Cosmos. [Scheman home. i~i :'!~;~ I ,. ,...., .... I ~-,....~ Ren Maimer of St. Louis, Me. [ Mr and Mrs LeRoy Flor andt'~::~~" "~l~N I I"IP R[ ~lll ~ I who has spent the past three I family of New Ulm were Sunday ~ ~:~ - I I ]evening visitors at the Julius~/~i:" II l~r'~, "~"~'~r~ i ~ my most' weeks with his grandparents, Mr. t . . . ::: 2:~,~ . , I :, ~ -- -- and Mrs. B. E. Melmberg, return-I Elhg home. I Yl I ~~ I appreciation ed to his home last Thursday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riekert of ~Y :i /:lli~li~ l- I ffFF I ~ ~elatives and [Brownton; Mr. and Mrs. Paul ]~ ~| ~ ~'~ i ~ FRENCH BREAD Friday and " {t ===~ v/~z 2 rsICardS'receivedlet" Saturday, Winthrop Home Bak-[Trebbenseeand Mr. andMrs. Wal. [~ '}[l~ ~ilt~ .... | ~tl~e Universityery. ]aomor w .... ~ ........ ~una,, vi~, ~ ',_ .... :: .... !| 1~'%~1"~~ . ~er wormng ~,ide by side with ~nator Pepp I -- ~ ~ =,~,, .n~uuy aware oI nLsin : U10Ughtfu: ~s Rev. W. R. Thomas of Sleepy . ~ . . . tegray, ret~rnbered Eye visited at the home of Mr. [tors at the Emil Gehrke home. ]1[ !t ~:l~ C~n pr, nelples, great ea~u:lty for werk, and I eheman of | "/~ thoouKh understanding of ~ needs I h~ at ~d. , | Mr and Mrs Leon S 1~ I . ~-- m " .'. ' ..... y ,:rg'e | I~r LOfgren' p and Mrs. Axel Anderson Frida3. ! .'. .. .. ~ : I~!~ y many l~'iends and supporters to rot;, fcr ~er 'or I [ Lakewood, CaliL ana ~virs. ~eorge I ~ ' [ ~ll Harold Po"'~ ..... ' ' " Mrs. Sylvia Anderson of Brook-, " r ...... i vi. I Scheman were Wednesday drone [ , .... [ ..... - . ,. I lvn Park visited with Mr. and l guests at the home of Mrs. Oscar I Marria m vow .......... .... ,1 i! Di t;jn '" rouen ?Infusion al 2ut who ved the NloMiet-Sihley-MeLecd ! Mrs. Axel Anderson Thursday! . s ............. - .-. : -n],.. t,t me . ena$e leetlon and Reapportionment ( mmittee f nt MirL afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John l of mthrop and I,aren F,. tlul-] ,,,-,_,.., ..:. _,.. . tho,,t , =ro p.b.c,.- ,o pr .e,,t I Swenson. [ by Vmtor W Nelson formerIy / I knm, tb:s aet* mphshment was achieved by hard-worktnt- Hu.. ! I URen and W" " ". ,' , I't pp and many others who assisted me wt " ~" ""~' ....... "'-~ ......... :~" I I ~ -* *;*,1| i 'glslrlve ol,4trltt WOW Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Pierson of ] Jessie Lee returned to their home let, daughter of M:s. \Val:er ! " " '" Res I Hutchinson were Saturday after-lin Forman, N. D. Mrs. URenIHulet, er K,,komo, +Iv, pectfully, Senator Franklin Kroehler. I noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. spent three weeks at the home wedding t,ook place a~ the Fi-st i -"-~ .... I ~y Axel Anderson. , o'clocktr, ,n ): ",',:;, r'. ........ " " " STATE I of her parents Mr and Mrs John ]Method;s" church iq ....... O,. ,,.o To ote Sept 13 For B I ' andMr'familyand MrS.of Hutchnison;Melvin Roepke, [ MajeskiMr. Sr. ' " "" [ Ca]ifor~i-~ Au/:~v:~i.a(;~',~ 't' i~' NATOR ~ | llth and Mrs. Lloyd Ruschmever of[ Roger Rettmann of Finland, doubl~ ;in, i'/ / ~/ oo. Ti: ~ HAROLD R. POPP 15th D,strict ] ............. I ~ ,:, :,r,m nv was p,r- I Lest el~ P~ai ~ie ~v e ~e S~ln~tav visi- ~ ~ n~., ~r. anu ~rs. ~elmer ~lno ~ ~ 7[ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .......... '~I~ and!he ttenrVMrs. Felixttppegch]oe~elhm" e. I ~lb:rtFjdu:: h;P22r gnUGSl:~:to,:he t .~)71:i:7:: b! "d;;i!t:ab'/'(,/:/":i~{ !!' I 'f:': ~)a'~'fT;~'e:;a;:F1" ~:"l:/nf:'Tr (T'~nb;:it~:,a::l t ~:::;,:rll ;~m;th ~,,c[l.:::]:;' ~'~l(;unty:A:.;:_:,~' , ].: ,f ! Mr. and Mrs. George Ginkel ! and family of St. Paul spent the 'in ~'~-Ml! v:eek ~n( at the home of Mrs. of New Ulm were Sunday after- ~:~ ~lbE~, Ernes* Anderson. noon visitors at the home of Mr. ~" IT! Mrs. Clarence Berg is spending 2 :qw :axq at ti~.e home of her