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i:a ge Six The Oakes Times-Oakes, North Dakota Vocational School Thursday,. Febl l3 l Cynthia Christenson, daugh- ter of Ron and Jolene Christ- en,;on and Bruce Hurt, son of Ed and Alice Hurt, both of Oakes, were united in marr- iage Sept. 15..1979 at Immanu- el 1,utheran Church with Past- or Terry Martin officiating. ()rganist was Miss Karen Schmit who aecompanied Miss Mar Jean Smith, who sang "The Wedding Song", "The Lord's Prayer" and 'Wither Thou Goes't". The bride, escorted by her lalh(~', wore an off' white hand crtwhe! gown of filet crochet and popcorn stitch, made by tilt' brith, and her mother. It tt'at~,ltv'(t an empire waist, nlamt,u'i|~ collar with a pat- !ernvd ~tluare neckline illus- idol :,1,i long sleeves gathered ~n a fitted wrist band. Her l l,~w length tube veil was held m place by a derby hat made by her ~randmother, Mrs. John Kupitz. Slae carried a silk tall whi(;h is about 125 years old which had belonged to her maternal great-great grand- lll()t her, Miss l)et)orah Huebner was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Tammy Grotelues- then:-Miss Becky Erickson and Miss Kris Fenno, all friends of the bride. They wore "'Gunne Sax" dresses of Mau- ve ~silky jacquard, which feat- ured a lace trimmed rlaffle on the skirt, and a wide satin trimmed cumberband and a tucked blouse and ribbon tie. Mrs. Jody Dahlen of Oakes was the bride's personal at- tendant. Randy Stahlecker was best man. Groomsmen were Mike Day, Dayton, Ohio, Joe Dah- len and Jerald Schmit. Ushers were Brad Christenson, Ran- dy Engquist and Brian Meehl. The groom wore a gray tuxedo with white wing collar and ascot. The groomsmen and ushers wore gray tuxedos with white wing collars and gray bow ties. Karla Schmit was at the guest book and Roberta Fenno of Atlanta, GA. was in charge o~ gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skjefte of Fargo and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Harris of Oakes were host and hostess at the reception that followed. Miss Sue Sullivan and Miss Kathy Rodine poured coffee. The ;don M; Lori Kocher, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Albert Kocher (who are presently living in Glenwood, Minnesota) marr, led Tim Hodsdon December 15. 1979 at 2:00 p.m. in Saerad Heart Catholic Church. grade in Guelph, North Dak- ota and moved to Glenwood, Minnesota in 1969. She cont- inued in 4th grade and grad- uated from Glenwood High School. Tim and Lori Hodsdon are Lori was born in Oakes, now living in Shoreview. MN North Dakota in 1960 SheLori ~s a receptionist at an attended kindergarten to 3rd apartment complex and Tim is an electronic technician. DOWN MEMORY LANE News items taken from the Feb. 21. 1!L55 issue of The Oakes Times. The citizens of Hudson and Port Emma townships will vote on a $27,000 bond issue for the purpose of erecting an auditorium. Dr. W.E, King has opened his chiropractic office west of the Oakes Cafe. High temperature of the week was 36 with a low of -15. Just as the Saturday's blizza- rd subsided a new one was reported on the way, 2 inches ceived a check for $6.000 from the Penney Co. for their lot on Main St. A new Penney building will be erected there. The fire dept. added another $250 to the $6.000 and will present the city with their first real fire truck. LJ. Rossman was driving the truck home from Minneapolis and went into the ditch due to icy roads; the truck was taken back to Minneapolis for repair. Every grocery dealer in Oakes has signed an agree- discontinue the sale of margarine. of snow has fallen. Monday it Ruby Espeland has chosen took the city crew a half d~ay Miss North Dakota, and will just toclearthestreet in front get a free trip to Miami, of the Oakes Times the drifts were so high. Births: son. Feb..18, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McFarland; daughter. Feb. 18, to Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McGhie: son, Feb. 21, to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Randol; son, Feb. 21, to Lt. and Mrs. Helmer Thompson. Charles B. Johnson is the new executive vice president of the 1st National Bank at Hecla. Francis ~Breidenbach, a fr- eshman law student at UND has had his 2nd book review published in the ND Law Review. Feb. 27, 19210 The Oakes Fire Dept re- Florida where she will join beauties from the otherstates. Stamp Collecting Esther Dahl. U.S Postal Service, will give instruction on stamp collecting to student- s in the Oakes School District. The fourth grade will have their presentation on Wednes- day morning, February 20. The fifth and sixth grades at the Guelph School will have their programs all day Tues- day, February 19 and during the afternoon of February 20 Parents may attend these sessions with their children. I To Present "Womens Day Out" cake was cut by Miss Kathy Rehovsky of Minneapolis and Miss Pat Konkler. Miss Viekie Nelson and Mrs Deb Brum- round served punch. Nicole Mathias. Karen Austin and Jennifer Skjefte, nieces of the couple, gave rice roses to the guests. Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Kupitz, Grandmother, Mrs. Pearle Christenson and Great Grandmother, Mrs. Je: nny Engquist attended the wedding. The couple are making their home on a farm near Crete. 1HE MOVIE INFORMER Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ulmer, General Business. Carlson at- Fullerton, N.D,, announce the tends South Dakota School of engagement of their daughter, Mines and Technology and is a LaVae, to Cameron Carlson, junior majoring in Chemical son of Mr. and Mrs. JamesEngineering. Carlson of Ellendale, N.D. A May 10 wedding is plan- Miss Ulmer attends Valleyned in Grace Lutheran Chur- City State College majoring in Ch, Oakes, N.D Are you interested in learn- ing a variety of new skills? A program entitled "Women's Day Out" will be held Satur- day, March 8, at the Oakes Area Vocational School. Pre- registration is required. Classes in flower arranging, first aid, microwave cookery, crewel embroidery, estate planning, food and diet, credit for women, basic pottery, interior design and energy conservation, wallpaper, and landscaping will be offered. Some classes will be lecture, some hands on work by participants. All classes are open to the public. The $5.00 registration fee covers the classes, coffee and lunch. Additional charges are made if supplies are needed. For a registration blank, call or stop in at the County Extension Office before the deadline of February 22. ml This is the second article of a series of articles that will be printed in the Oakes Times relative to the condition of the high school building. The first article dealt with pliance with today's codes and requirements. Step Three: This would be a major and total renovation of the build- ing. the items in Step two. In this phase there would be considerable demoliton of int= erior walls to provide access for the mechanical and elect- rical renovation. Upon corn- the history of the building and In Step one, the majority of pleting step three the district who the members of the the work and expenditureswould essentially have a new current advisory committee would be in the mechanical building in the form of the are. This report will deal with and electrical work with the existing shell. The cost of this some of the questions that general work consisting of approach would be approach- | Mr. and Mrs Harold Cumb- ent teaching alch er, Montpelier, announce the Clark Eleme~l engagement of their daughter, Fargo. ~]~.~ Lynnette Louise, to Mr. Ron- Ron is a 1~1 aid G. Fenno, son of Mr. and Oakes High ]S~a Mrs. Robert Fenno, Oakes. NDSSS, Wah~ Lynette is a 1976 graduate of presently a stttlt : Montpelier High School and is Fargo, ma.jorI a senior at 'UND, Grand ogy. lie isi Forks: She will graduate in Archie's Plac e j, May with a BS Degree in A June l4 Special and Elementary Ed- planned in St.~,l ucation. She is presently stud- Church. JameS~l| ! Vocational Education by Dennis Steele Vocational Counselor Now the stage is being set for one of Columbia's most suspenseful (R rated) chillers that ever raised goose bumps. A scream'n shocker entitled "'When A Stranger Calls" flashes a hunting terror with a Hitchcock style into a master- piece of impending doom. All Jill can do is scream, again and again. Years later Jill and her own family must repeat that nightmare by the same psychotic killer. She's ready for him. but are you? Next time you're babysit- ting be sure not to answer the phone for fear you haven't checked the children. The Grand Theatre is offering this babysitting lesson with no hang-ups to all who dare this weekend. must be addressed, investigat- cutting and patching andbasic ing that of new construction ed and evaluated and three cosmetic items such as paint- with the exception of the CAREEROF THE WEEK basic steps to determine the ing, etc. major strueturalelements. planning and funding process. In Step two, the general The positive aspects of this Have you ever watched Ingeneral, there are several work would be more intense approach is that there would what happens to people at an This ranges questions that must be ad- with the enclosure of thebe no land costs and the site auction? Do you know people a pickup truc~P dressed. They are not allstairwavs with fire rated walls remains the same; only minor who just can't pass up a outdoors to fll~r By Mike Burnett inclusive, but do focus on and doors to comply with Life site work is involved and the chance to go to an auction? galleries. ~h Current Review some of.the more important Safety Codes. The possible work could be phased to some There is excitement and the Auctinee~|[lr It's a warm, summer even- concerns, need for an elevator, so that extent, causeof that excitement is the greatly. MostI t rk on a com~ chance to make a good deal~. most only w0d~F mg and Jill Johnson is babysit- I. Budget? The school board the handicapped students co- The disadvantages are: The auctioneer is the key to all ting the Lockhart children at will have to determine a uld have access to all pro- minimum flexibility to meet this. Most peopleget so caught resultcan range f~thisl~-f~r' th~l~ ~,~r3,~-|,~r~ge, dark hopl~ ~. ~Udget .for either renovation grams, would bein~luded, possible program changes, up in the auction that they Whim alone the phone rin~s; or new construction. A major In Step three, the entirecontinued minimum site avail- never really consider the vea, r to ovet'IZ" but no one is on the Other end. consideration would be tobuilding would be renovated, ability for high school activit- person who jokes, and cajoles year. Generalts Again and again the rings compare first costs and life The major items would inelu- ies and somewhat limited them into spending their mon- time of the y~el continue to break up the quiet cycle costs, de new windows, insulating.all approaches to the mechanical ey so gladly, fall. whenf theshenight.answersAlltheJillphonehearSis "2, Function? This area will exterior walls, new ceiling, systemrenovafion. Basically auctioneers are All jobs whispered threats, have to have maximum inputnew flooring, new interior and Next Week: salesmen but there is a lot backs and from school administration, exterior doors, new roof insul- Mechanical (heating and more to their profession. They ing. faculty and community. A ation and roofing, new toilet plumbing) conditions. comparison with the present and shower rooms as well as have to have good businessunder a grcat~ academic program with the ethics and a lot of knowledge physical distribution in the about thevalueof things. They existing building with a desir- have to know what to sell. how Active Arts Has Artists Program Active Arts is sponsoring another Artists-in Schools pro- gram. We have invited Mr. John Lechner, Co-director of the N.D. Dance Concert in Grand Forks to be here four days starting next Tuesday, Feb. 19. through Friday, Feb. 22. in the elementary school working with grades 1-4 and kindergarten. He will be work- ing with basic concepts of movements, patterning and ways of moving in dance. This project is jointly sup- ported by a grant from the N.D. Council on the Arts and Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, D.C., a federal agency. ed relationship in a remodeled to appraise its value, and how building or a new building, to get the greatest price out of The addition of new or chang- it. That means making sure ing programs will have to be there is a variety of goods, a projected into th analyzation, varying pace and having the Also, this area will have to be The Oakes Future Home. es closely coordinated with safe- makers of America Chapter Wednesday - Pajama and ability to keep .everyone's attention. Deciding in what ty and accessibility, met Monday, Feb. 4th. in the ToyDay order you're going to sell 3. Safety? This area includ- Oakes Home Economics ro-Thursday- Valentine Sweet- items make~ a big difference es the physical'movement of om. Due to snow and bad heart Day on the price they will fetch. the students within the build- roads the attendance wasFriday- FHA Pep Fest Most auctioneers specialize ing, as wellas theegress from limitedbut member enthusia- There would be fines for in certain kinds of goods the building, the electrical sm was great. President Jane FHA" members who failed to Some sell farm equipment. alarm warning system and Chesley presided over the participate, some livestock, tobacco, aut- proper, well functioning me- meeting. Stacey Maddock was to omobiles, personal property ehanieal system. Interesting State the Coast-to-Coast sto- and art objects, or real estate. 4. Accessibility? The pre- eonventon reports were given re to display FHA week Auctioneers generally work sent interpretation that has by: CarolGeffre, Barb Buske, exhibit. Debbie Reister was to anywhere a sale will be held. been received from State Stacey Maddeck. Beth Mad- check with Anthony's on a Officials is that all programs dock and.Becky Roster. FHA display. Joan Frojen was must be accessible to theAsuggested tripto N.D.S.U. to bheck with Haugen-Baldwin handicapped student. Thisfor Little International and the ona FHAdisplay. presents a problem in the"Gypsy" at ArkaneseTheatre Lori Burley and Kay Jorg- current strficture. Accessibil- was discussed but due to many enson have already taken the ity is much easier to achieve conflicts it was decided to take FHA quilt to the Family Tree in new construction than by a tripat alater date. for. display. The quilt will' be retrofitting existing structur- Becky Roster and Beth given to the first baby born in 'The Oakes Wrestlers beat Maddock are eligible to attend thd Oakes Hospital duringthe Linton Lions by a Score of es. 5. Operations and Maint- the National FHA Convention FHAweek. 44 to 11. The wrestlers ended enanee? The monthly cash in St. Louis July 14-17. The The meeting adjourned andthe regular season with a flow for heating, lights, hot theme of the convention will members stayed to work onrecord of 11 wins and three b 61 water, ventilation and thee Famfiles...Are You Th-hall decorations being made loses. cleaning and maintenance of ere? You Bet[" Theminimumas :a tribute to the athletic equipment, floors, wilidows, fee from Fargo is $520.00 each - A & B, The regional wrestling tour- etc. This can be compareddelegate. Because of the cost Wrestling, A & B and gymn- nament will be held in Ellen- with a projected new building 6f the trip the FHA members astle team. dale on February 16. The want to help with the expens- teams involved will be Oakes, so as to compare long term es. A motion made and Sargent Central, LaMoure, returns, i~ ~a Sdgeley and Ellendale. Come 6. Longivity? After evaluat- seconded to purchase 200 "1978 edition of the Creative ske~ll out and support your local ing the alternatives with the C " team. . existing building, an estimat- ookbook by Campbell Soup Company to sell for $2.00. Exhibition Matches ed useful life should be The Basket Social with .~Le~u ~ndino$ AI Schmidt (L) decisioned Tim Hansen 7-4 determined so that it can be fathers on Feb. 18 was discus- compared with enrollment sed. Beth Maddock, Pam Dave Anderson (O) decis- toned Francis Basch 18-7 projections and future build- Fiala and Kris Burkhardt are ing needs. These are some of the in charge of the room arrange- Standings W ...... L Varsity Matches Visto's 3 ...... ! 98- Randy Sell (O) pinned merits. Sue Sorenson and Barb NAPA 3......I Dion Sehmidt (L) 3:40 pertinent questions that must Buske are in charge of re- Hunt's :l ...... I 105 Dan Larson (O) be dealt with in the evaluation creation, card game and auct- process, ioning the food baskets. The KI)I)R 2 ...... 2 deeisionedTomLipp (L)11-4 As mentioned earlier there FHA Chapter will furnish Oakes Mfg. 2 ...... 2 are three basic steps in future punch and coffee. Locken lrrig. I ...... 3 ' planning and fundingand they Names were drawn for Midstate-lns. i ...... 3 are: peanuts pass. A door prize of a Economy Oil 1 ...... 3 StepOne: FHA bag was given td Jane This Week's Schedule : What should be accomplish- Chesley. ed immediately to continue It was decided to have usmg the gchool without major special events during FHA expenditure, week, Suggestions were: Step Two: What should be accomplish- Monday - Red and White Day ed in addition to step one, to Tuesday - Crazy Day Cloth- bring the building into corn- They work groups of try to satist and the The future for the am ion. The ers is strong grow. If you are profession. free in form by writing ioneers Drive. 65510 or by Dennis SI al Counse district ()akes. N.I). 112 - Joe forfeit. t 19 Bill 126 Blat decisioned PI~ 6-5 ,~ 132 - Bob with Pat l,ei~ 138 - Dea pinned MikeI l :36 :i 145 - Scott by forfeit i 155 - pez~ decisioned 9-5 167 -- decisioned B~.e 185- Rich 5:00 pm - Oakes Mfg. vs. Loekenlrrig. The Oakes Jaycees and night of cal~ 6:!5 pm - KDDR vs. Econ- "Jayceettes will be hosting a dancing. An) omy Oil Sweetheart Social on Friday, ages of 18-36 ?:30 pm NAPA vs. Mid- Feb. 15th after the basketball in the Jayee s.tate Ins. game. It will take place at the is welcome 8:45 pm-Hunt's 's. Visto's Legion hall. It will be a fun charge is 50~ Lunch will a~ forfeit, e~ HWT - R Jerry Young { E rr sl e e! 'e H 'S I