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on # MAY NELSON and Melzar Davis left morning for their PA. of Fargo was a guest of his parents, Christensen. and Josh Hagen visited and Grandpa Hagen attended a on Saturday and Sunday in also visited his uncle of Valley City at St. fital in Fargo while Morse a student at Valley was a Friday of her aunt and Milt Mangin on from college. and Anne Helen of ent the weekend with his Art and Verna Hohb. out was witnessed at Legion Birthday by the Jones- Legion Auxiliary evening of last week. 'Was played following the Ritter of Brookings,SD and Mrs. Alvin Lobeck of ND spent several days with their mother who is ill at the takes Hosp We all wish Nash and Dianna spent in Lisbon,'vis- Isle)' and Lucille's sis- Coit. team Round Robin Tournament at the Verona School on Saturday and Teams who were partici- , Englevale Haven't heard anything was a guest of a couple of evenings to visit with Marilyn, Davis and Doris and of have a few games of pin- IVlangin were on Thursday Solberg, daughter of Lenore Solberg was hap- church services at St. Church on Sunday. granddaughter of Janice Cropp and the great- granddaughter of Alvin and Rose Fick. Cressy Kelder was among a group of 21 Spanish students from Valley City State College who just returned from a tour to LaPaz, Mexico as part of their studies in Spanish class. Congratulations CressyH Tiffany Holub was a guest of Brooke Mangin from Thursday afternoon until Saturday afternoon.. Weekend guests of Ivanelle Lobeck were Grace, Alvin Lobeck, Jeff, Becky and Stephanie Dietrich all of Mandan, ND. Relatives and friends helped Harley Junker celebrate his birthday at his home on Sunday. Many more Harley! The Junior and Seniors of Verona School had their annual outing in Bismarck over the weekend. All of their teachers and most of their spouses also attended. Bill Tamlyn of Brainard,MN spent the weekend at home with his parents, Dick and Joyce, Tamlyn. Leatha Hanson entertained Ivanelle Lobeck, Ethel Gemar, and Frances Hock on Sunday for cards and supper with a beautiful birthday cake in honor of Ivanelle's birthday. Many more Ivanelle! A group of relatives of Leo Pritchard including most of his brothers, sisters, their spouses, his sons, daughters and their spouses gathered at the Eagles C'lub in Valley City and surprised Leo on his birthday on Saturday evening with supper and all the trimmings. Sounded like he was really sur- prised and a go ! time was had by all. Many more Leo! Robert and Mary Ann Sly of Farmington,MN, Beth Kopp of Grand Forks, Charlotte Coit of Lisbon, Dirck Nash, Kathy, Amanda,Kelly, Cody and Cindy Nash of takes were dinner guests of Lucille Nash and Dianna on Sunday. They also celebrated the birthdays of Charlotte Coit and Kathy Nash. Happy Birthday[[ Those visiting Nell Sabby at the takes Community Hospital this past week were Grace and Alvin Lobeck, Jeff, Becky and Stephanie Dietrich on Monday, Donna Ritter of Brookings, SD, Carolyn Berry of LaMoure, Mary Berry, Pat Berry, Theresa Agnes of Fargo, Sue Berry of New York, Ivanelle Lobeck, and Mrs. Paul Geffre Word Tuesday evening of of a grandson, Isaac Proud parents are and Sally Geffre of AZ. Isaac weighed 71bs. long. Harvey Karas, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schulz, Abbie, Katie and Carl Malheim, Vern and Martha Dory, Brittany and Ellen Schloser, who hosted the celebration. Weekend visitors at the Orville Olderness home were Dr. and Mrs. Miles Miller of Caledonia,MN. Sunday dinner guests also included Harris Miller, takes, Jerry and mOtored to Garrison 45th wedding anniver- Mr. and Mrs. Donald returned home Enroute to joined Eva and Jim family at Perkins for to Maurene Beck, Lisbon and Bud and lone Vosberg, Wyndmere. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Gross jour- neyed to Ashley, Saturday. They were guests at the Sidney Gross home to help their granddaughter Mallory celebrate her 13th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Hank left party was held afternoon for Gladys in the Good Samaritan ' Quests who helped her cele- Walter Kangas, Hilda Koskela, Beverly March 3, for Harbor, OR to visit Todd, Julie and Seth Hank. Todd is in the Coast Guard and affiliated with small boat station. His job responsibilities are search and res- cue operations. The Hanks reumaed PHYLLIS MANGIN Joyce Tamlyn, Elaine Tang and Shirley Ragan. Keith and Kim Olson of Enderlin were Sunday visitors of his grand- parents, Art andVerna Hohb. Brooke Mangin was a Saturday night guest of Margie Podoll in LaMoure. Alvin and Rose Fick returned home on Monday after spending the last two months in Apache Junction, AZ. Leatha Hanson and Mary Lau were Valley City shoppers on Monday afternoon. Congratulations go out to Bill and Wilma Trucke on their 25th wedding anniversary. Don and LaVonne Rauhauser left Saturday morning for Sioux Falls, SD where they spent the night with Bob and Barb Rauhauser. From there they left for Iowa to visit Den's brother and sister and to help celebrate the birthdays and wedding anniversaries. They returned to Verona on Monday March 26. Leatha Hanson and Mary Lau tended the school musical concert in takes on Saturday evening. Sunday evening supper guests of Dick and Joyce Tamlyn were Heidi Hanson and Joel Shuman, Bill Tamlyn. Joel had just gotten dis- charged from the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. AI Lobeck, Jeff, Becky and Stephanie Dietrich, Bob and Bonnie Christensen were Saturday evening supper guests of Ivanelle Lobeck in honor of her birthday. Marilyn and Melzar Davis and Doris Myrah were Sunday after- noon visitors of Miit and Phyllis Mangin, Marvin, Brooke and Pete Houtkooper. They brought Loretta Hogness with them to play with Brooke. Art and Anne Hogness were Saturday evening visitors of Milt, Phyllis and Marvin Mangin. Phyllis Mangin received a tele- phone call from her brother Charles and wife Lou Romsdal who are spending the winter months in El Paso,TX. They stated that they would be heading for their home in Hannaford,ND as it was getting to hot down there. Spring must be here with all the snowbirds coming back. Hear Harvey and Ira Anderson are back also. I also hear the songbirds singing out my window. Vesta Olderness to takes the following week. Sara Miller, Laurie LeDoux and Michele Kallhoff, all of Fargo motored to Grand Forks for an overnight visit with Nancy and Chuck Sampson. A good time was had by all. Darrell and Cleone Doggett were Thursday and Friday overnight guests at the Jeff LeDoux home in Fargo. Friday they visited with Mark and Dawn Gowan and family in the Grand Forks area. Saturday afternoon they visited at the Ken Doggett home in Mapleton and Saturday evening they attended the Waite-Weber wedding at St. Lees Catholic Church in Casselton. Maple River Club met Tuesday March 20 at Angela Glyuns. Six Members answered Roll Call "Words of Wisdom". They made out some roll calls for the rest of the year and also the hostess for each month. - Mary had a quiz about Vegetables. Millie gave the lesson on State of the Earth-"The Environment", some ways we can help it. Next meeting will be with Hedy Stepina on Tuesday April 17. Roll call is a household hint. The hostess served lunch. Lila (Freeberg) Fiandaca died Thursday in Arizona. Lila was the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Glynn. She was born November 10.1932 near Milnor. She grew up on a farm near Lisbon and graduated from high school in Fullerton. She married John Fiandaca July 11,1953. They farmed hear Dilworth, MN. Mr. and Mrs. Mils Stepina, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimbleman and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glaser were afternoon and supper guests at the Art Bakkegard home in takes March 21, honoring Art on his 80th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cantwell of Aberdeen were Wednesday after- noon visitors at the Nelson's home. N.J. McElvain Auxiliary held a public card party last Sunday evening at the Fullerton Gym. The proceeds were sent to the Veteran Hospital in Fargo. Those winning prizes in whist were: Arb Lacina was high, Angela Glynn ladies low, Jerry Kelsh mens high, Bob Logan low. The pinochle winners were: Linda Logan, Donna Gramlow low, Leo Kelsh mens high, and Vance Jury mens low. Charlotte, Pat, Alice Glynn and Mary Hayhurst were Friday din- ner guests of Judy and Vernon Barber in Webster, SD. Ann Bakkegard spent Thursday to Sunday visiting at the Martin Thompson home in Bismarck. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wilke, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glynn and Ann Bakkegard visited at the May Nelson home Tuesday evening. Bob, Jill and Malissa Cruz of Engan,MN visited at the Mary Hayhurst, Donald Zimbleman's, Maybelle Koester and Don K. Zimbleman's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glynn were Monday overnight guests at the l ruce Bakkegard home at Valley City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glynn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Glynn and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wilke attend- ed a Freeburg family gathering in Lisbon on Saturday. Jerad, Alexia, Shauna and Lucas Larson of Dickey spent several days with the grandpar- ents Mr. and Mrs. Don Zimbleman the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Zimbleman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zimbleman, Mr. and Mrs. Don K. Zimbleman attended a prayer ser- vice for Ferd Klein in LaMoure Sunday evening. Linda and Kayla Townsend of Aberdeen, Lorle Lutz of Java, SD and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Glynn were Saturday dinner guests at the Dennis Hagen home. GLADYS OLIASON Guelph Community Band the tentative dates for the next two practice sessions will be Friday evening, April 13, and Friday evening, April 27 at 8:00pro in the Guelph School. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pahl who are observing their 40th wedding anniversary, Sunday afternoon, April 1, with open house in the Guelph School from 2 to 5 pm. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hansen returned home March 19 from a ten-day vacation trip. They first drove to Dallas, TX, where they were guests of their daughter, Becky. Their son Daniel and their daughter Angie had arrived there before them. They took Daniel hack to his base at Ft. Hood, TX, Friday, March 9. While at Ft. Hood, they visited with Russell Sell who is sta- tioned there. Angie went with them on sight seeing trips in the Dallas area. Monday, March 12, they visit- ed Ruth Boneik. From Dallas they motored on the Phoenix, AZ where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen. While there, Marvin's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith came and spent some time with ed the wedding of Sandra Waite and Mark Weber were: her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roland Waite, the James Waite family, the Garth Holmes', Marvin Hansens', Robert Young's and Barbara, Royal Berntson's, Walt Quandt's, Fred Moore's, Larry Andersen's and family, the Charles German's, Ray Palensky's, Mrs. Larry Weseloh, Mrs. b-'loyd Young, and Gladys Oliason. Former Guelphites who were there were: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Coum y, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Andersen, Norma Hauser, Rhonda Waite Reese and her family, Elaine Waite Maddock and her family, Ron Waite, Shelley Hansen Schwab and husband, Elaine Holmes Kluck and her hus- band, Julie Young Hassebroek and husband, Faye Andersen Gramlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Ketterling, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schroeder, Matthew Weseloh and wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Jergen Somm. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young and Barbara and Norma Hauser visited the Rick Johnson's of Fargo Sunday morning. Mrs. Roland Waite visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I-lauser, St. Tuesday them. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cassanova. In Payson, 'them Saturday afternoon while her husband visited his mother, Mrs. Sophia Hollan in the Ellendale Nursing Center. Clyde Hauser Jr. visited his parents, Sunday after- noon. Mrs. Joetta Redlin and Michelle of Iowa City, Iowa, arrived Thursday evening, March 22, and were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hokana until Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Thielges and girls of Spring Valley, MN arrived Friday evening and were guests there until Sunday. They all had come to attend the Hokana-Miller wedding Saturday, March 24. Mr. and Mrs. (Marjorie Hokana) George Dike of Okemos, Michigan and their daughters Mary, Ruth and Rachel and daughter, Chelsa, and their sons, Ned Dike and Don Dike and his wife were supper guests and evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. AZ they visited Pastor and Mrs. Londgren and Family. Congratulations to Linda Hokana and Don Miller who were married Saturday, March 24, 1990, in the takes Episcopal Church. Ron Waite of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, arrived Thursday evening March 22, in Fargo. He came espe- cially to attend the wedding of his sister, Sandra and Mark Weber. He came on to Guelph Sunday and was a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland WaRe until Wednesday, March 28. Mrs. Roland Waite drove to Wahpeton Wednesday, and spent time with the John Wayne Maddock's there and with the Dean Reese family in Breckenridge, MN until Friday when she went to Fargo to be with their daughter, Sandra. Congratulations to Sandra Waite and Mark Weber who were married Saturday evening, March 24, 1990, in St. Let's Catholic Church in Casselton, biD. Those from this area who attend- March 23, and were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hokana, until Monday, March 26. Jean and Marl , Konstant and daughter Alexis of Sturgis,SD arrived Wednesday, March 21, andI were guests of her parents until Monday. They had come to attend the wedding of their sister, Linda and Don Miller Saturday, March 24. Mr. and Mrs. Louis German of Grand Rapids,MN and son Richard and wife of Mound 5MN, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hermel of Aitkin,MN and their sons, Kent and Connie Hermel and Brady of Onamia,MN and the Glen Hermers of Blaine,MN were in Oakes for the weekend to attend the Hokana-Miller wedding. Archie Hokana of Moorhead, MN and his mother, Mrs. Mary Hokana of Wahpeton, came Saturday to attend the Hokana- Miller wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Paid and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hokana were the ones from this immediate area who attended the Hokana-Miller wed. ding. Mrs. Edna Burkhardt moved to her home Monday, March 26, after afternoon, Mrs. Ray Hollan visited .. having spent the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Burkhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Raugutt and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Telin. Mr and Mrs. Doyle Burkhardt attended the bowling tournament in Mitchell,SD over the we end. Mrs. Francis Maddock attended the State ASGS Conference in Bismarck, March 19-21. Gladys Ofiason was a visitor and coffee guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Maddock after church on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Brown of Grand Forks came Saturday, March 24, and were overnight guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wtmlu and Linda of Brooking Park,MN came Friday, March 23, and were overnight bmests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wuolo. Mr. and Mrs, William Hokana, Mr. and Mrs,. 9scar Batter were Wm. Hokana Friday evening, Tuesday, March 27, afternoon cof- March 23. They had come to attend fee and supper guests at Mr. and the Hokana-Miller wedding. Mrs. Ray Wuolo. Carol Hokana and husband Nick of Bellerica, MA, arrived Friday, Kent Lamb of came Tuesday to see iffin in the hospital in She left Thursday to home after Barty entered Community play Saturday night with the Theater, on Sunday the Both were well // number of people from attended the Elevator in Forman on Monday at the Sargent Central and Evelyn Strouse were Auxiliary held there Birthday Party for the and their spouses. This L the Nato Theme. tables of whist were in a people played When the Golden Years the Forman Club St. Patricks at the Community last Wednesday. High MARJ HOLMGREN J prize for the ladies in whist went to Tillie Schreiner and, low went to Martha Ball. Vie Garland received high for the men and Bill Huffman for the men received low. Vern Dahl and Helen Anderson were the recipi- ents of the two .door prizes. Lunch followed the entertainment. Lois Gehring took try to Fargo Monday where try consulted a Dr. They returned home that day. Clayton and Corinne went to takes to visit Jean Hansen at the Manor. Renee Gehring of Moorhead spent last Wednesday with her parents try and Lois Gehring. try and Lois Gehring.went to Great Bend, Sunday their grand- son Pat celebrated his second birthday. Norma O 'oole of Minneapolis spent Friday and Saturday night at the Clayton and Corinne Peterson home, On her way home from Bismarck where she was with her brother Charles and wife when Charles had surgery last Wednesday. Saturday evening guests at the Clayton Peterson home were; Daryl Moe, Cora Mtteller and Cherri, Donna Mac Ronaminski and daughter Lee and friends Brad and Tammi Jensen all of Minneapolis. Oliver and Betty Bemtson visit- ed at the try and Lois Gehring home a week ago Sunday on their way home from a two month stay at Weslaeo,TX. 1 ' for all your Printing N eds Mrs. Rick Manther of Minneapolis, Mrs. Kylee were Saturday dinner guests at the Alvin Hill home. Jeremy Hill was a sup- guest. Jean Skjefte and Ingzald Jordsaas were Sunday callers at the Alvin Hill home. Kate Raatz and Nathan of Moorhead spent the weekend at the Marvin Raatz home. Friday evening they all visited at the Wagner Peas farm. On Saturday Mrs. Marvin Raatz and Mrs. Kate Raatz attended a Bridal Shower for Tammy Tracht bride to be of Mark Rodningen. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Anderson, Loft and Joey were Sunday dinner guests at the Marvin Raatz home. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kessler and McKenzie of Valley City spent Monday and Tuesday at the Gary Skjefte home. Tony of Valley City also spent the weekend at home. June Masse, Norman Andros, Joe Dethlefsen, Ardell Ptaoek attended the township officers supper meet- ing in Ellendale Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Harreada and children of Moorhead.MN were a week ago Sunday visitors at the Walter Hoffman home. Mrs. is a granddanghter of the Hoffman and Esther's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Skjefte came to Fargo Friday from Tabb,VA where they had been house guests of Roger Skjefte since i)ece, mber. Dale Skjefte brought them home from Fargo Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kelly were Sunday afternoon callers at the Norman Andms home. Little Jordan Geffre is a patient in the takes Community Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Skjefte, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Andrus, Tony Skjefte were among the visitors at the Cyril Skjefte home Saturday. Olga Wagner was a Sunday evening caller at the Richard Masse home. Cindi Furlough of Minneapolis, Mildred Basks t Mrs. Mike Hill of Cedar. Rapids were Wednesday evening visitors at the Gary Skjefte home. Olga Wagner was a Thursday coffee guest of Mildred Basks. Brenda Aune, Steve Klose both of Jamestown spent the weekend at the Orville Aune home. Wednesday Mrs. Orville Attne, June Becker, Elsie Wick, Gloria Brummund motored to Webster,SD enroute home they stopped in Aberdeen. A week ago Sunday dinner guests at the Alton Skjefte home were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Anderson, Mr. and Mrs_ Roger Becker and girls, Kevin Hating, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Skje_fte and Brandon they came to help Mrs. Sk fte celebrate her b'mhaty. Mr. and Mrs. (}my Skjefto wm'e monday evening visito Mr. and Mrs. Roger Becket and girls were AInil 1 dinner guests at the Alton Sk fm home.