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tgust 21 1980 The Oakes Times-Oakes, North Dakota Page Thirteen [: Bylsma, Mrs. Ray after- the Oliver Arndt Bay, at the Stir- McPhail visitors Tucker, Gron- attended Grand Albrecht t guests over the latter's Nundahl Kunz, Gar- Gul- in Henn- ttenninger the Ole Ed Harak and and Mrs, at left on MN. Herbert ,LA. spend Harold Henn - Henning- FL., Mr. and and Mrs. and Don Chambers Ernest ND., were the Mrs. reunion weekend at Signal Mountain, WY. There were 50 in attendance. Mrs. Roger Carr and child- ren accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson to Oakes Thursday. Mrs. Cart had been a guest at the Lynn Zimbel- man home the past 10 days while visiting in the Fargo area. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson were Thursday after- noon lunch guests at the Zimbelman home, and also visited at the Richard Johnson home. Mrs. Hildur Bjerklin was a Friday afternoon coffee guest of Mrs. August Schulz. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Miller left Friday morning for Jack- son, MN. to visit Melvin's brothers and their families, William of Jackson and Floyd of Miami, FL. They returned home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Quanbeck of Minneapolis visited Satur- day afternoon with Mrs. Alice Olson and Willard Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olson were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Leo Kennedy home of rural LaMo- ure. Mrs. Earl Larson and dau- ghter, Mrs. Ron Nelson, of White Bear Lake, MN. were Saturday afternoon coffee gu- ests of Mrs. Bud Reed. Mrs. Hildur Bjerklin was a Saturday afternoon coffee gu- ests of Mrs. Adeline Berger. A group of ladies gathered at the Alfred Willardsen home Tuesday afternoon for a sur- prise birthday party to honor Mrs. Ken Bunt on her birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson and Aaron of Chillicothe, IL. arrived Saturday evening to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olson and other relat- ives. They were Monday din- ner guests of Mrs. Alice Olson and WiUard, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Nielsen, and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Lundh were also dinner guests. The Lundhs were guests over the weekend. ...... Dorothy Kappel, Cheryl and re- Judy of Valley City, Mr. and after. Mrs. Willard Fiala and Rita family Fiala of Fargo were Saturday Classic Sedan 4-door Sedan camel metallic, tinted glass, air 3.8 liter V-6, full wheel covers, body side molding, paint, steel belted radial tires, camel-cloth bench seats s7,799s7 less trade-in Malibu Classic 4-dr. Sedan tinted glass; color keyed floormats automatic, steel belted white radio, body side mold, air 3.8 liter V-6, tilt steering wheel, battery, gold sport wheel covers, bench seats ,104sT less trade-in Malibu Classic 4-dr. Sedan Education training car, tinted keyed floor mats, air conditioning, 4.4 liter V-8, tilt wheel, steel Stripe tires, heavy duty battery, bumper guards, body side edge guards, remote mirror Cruise control, automatic, power lighting, AM radio, bumper lium camel metallic, camel eats less trade-in MILNOR, N.D. evening visitors at the Mrs. Louis Fiala home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hennin- ger, Boynton Beach, FL., Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Henninger; Verona, Mr. and Mrs. AI Frauenberg, LaMoure, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henninger and Mary visited with the Herb Henninger family at the Bob DuRand home Saturday evening. The Herb Henningers left Sunday for Rapid City to visit with her mother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Syverson, Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Garvey, Black Eagle, MT. visited with friends and relat- ives over the August 9th weekend. Craig and Paula Isakson, Christie Malli, Shelly St. John of Sheridan, WY. were guests Saturday to Friday of the two farmer's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Severson. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Nelson, Joelle, Jill and Jessica of White Bear Lake, MN. were guests over the weekend at the Earl Larson home. The girls remained to spend a week with their grandparents, the Larson's. Margaret Pederson flew to Milwaukee, WI to attend the wedding of her niece, Donna Korth and Edward Liebenste- in on Saturday, August 8th. A dinner was served following the ceremony; a wedding dance was held at Stanton Hall in the evening. The couple flew to Los Angeles for a week's honeymoon, and will reside in Milwaukee. Margar- et returned home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Friend of Aberdeen were Sunday even- ing guests at the Earl Larson home. The Mr. and Mrs., Arnold Nielsen, Wayne Nielsen and Mark, Emery Nielsen were Saturday evening guests at the Scott Nielsen home. The occasion was to help Scott observe his birthday. Mrs. Crystal Miller of Mapl- eton came Tuesday and was accompafiied to Fargo bY hgr daughter, Beth. Sara wh~*~d spent several weeks here visiting relatives and friends returned home with her moth- er. I I IIIIll CORN SILAGE Delivered anywhere in the state. Contact: Lawrence T. Walker Maddock, ND Phone: 438-243 For Details I_ Ill II I Mr. and Mrs. William Man- gnall, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mangnall left on Thursday for the former's home in Chandl- er, AZ. Donna Mangnall re- turned to Flagstaff, AZ. where she attends school. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knutson and JoAnn of New Brighton, MN. were guests last week of his parents, the Emmons Knutson's. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hofsom- mer, Nancy and Bill of Oakland, CA. came Monday to spend a few days visiting relatives and friends. They are houseguests of Mrs. Glad- ys Hofsommer. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kraft of Phoenix, AZ. came Sunday evening to spend 2 weeks visiting his mother, Mrs. Marie Kraft, and brother, Earl Kraft, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Aar- ons, Jr. and family of Breck- enridge were Sunday afterno- on coffee ~guests at the Ole Aune home. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Buehholz attended the CCC convention and picnic at Gooseberry Park in Moorhead Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Thomp- son, Janet and Kelly returned to their home in Ruskin, FL. Saturday after spending the past 3 weeks visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson, and relatives and friends in the Cogswell area. Kathy Kranda left by plane from Fargo for her home in Hackettstown, NJ. after spen- ding a week with relatives and friends. Mrs. Darrel Byram, Chad and Brady of Sabin, MN. were guests of her parents, the Emmons Knutson's from We- dnesday to Sunday. The Knut- son's took Mrs. Byram and sons to their home on Sunday and were overnight guests. They visited with Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Jensen in Far- go Monday. Fritz Sanders came from Minneapolis Tuesday and was an overnight guest of his sister, Christine Sanders. Chr- istine and Fritz and Mrs. Daisy Sanders were visitors in Fargo in Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kra~da of Saarbruucken, Germany, Kathy Kranda, Hackettstown, NJ. and Keith Kranda, Ft. Collins, CO. are spending their vacations at the Roger Rudol- ph and Albert Kranda homes, .also visiting other relatives and friends in this area. Mrs. Esther Norman retur- ned to her home in Merricourt after spending a week at the home of her sister, the Ole Aune's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ptacek and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Swanson were weekend guests at the E. Lloyd Fixen family at Abercr- amble, where they attended the annual AberDay celebrat- ion and summer theatre pre- sentation of the musical, "Ok- alabama". The Swanson's al- so attended the wedding of Eugene Weigel and Theresa Bush in Fargo. Monday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swanson at Underwood, MN. The Mr. and Mrs., Jack Bassingwaite, Richard Trett, John Bauley were guests over the weekend at the Melby cottage at Alexandria, MN. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kraft attended the Eugene Weigel and Theresa Bush wedding at the St. Anthony of Padua Church in Fargo Saturday evening. They were overnight guests of their son, the Emery Kraft's. Sunday they attended the CCC convention and picnic at Gooseberry Park in Moor- head. Mr. and Mrs. Emmons Knuson were Monday supper and overnight guests at the home of their daughter, the Delmar Lammers in Pelican Rapids, MN. They were din- ner guests on Wednesday of Mrs. Hazel Bower in Pelican Rapids and were afternoon visitors and lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rosengren at Elizabeth, MN, and return- ing home in the evening. Mrs. Todd Pfeifer entert- WANTED: FARMS AND FARMLAND have qualified buyers withcash or contract for deed. We make tax free exchanges Statewide Investment P.O. Box 1615 - 115 S.W. 2nd Street 701-252-3103 Jamestown, N.D. 58401 by Mrs. Ray Brockman Mr. and Mrs. James Dab and Bonnie of Modesto, CA. and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Willardsen were Saturday af- ternoon visitors and coffee guests at the Vi White home. Sunday afternoon Vi White and Fred Meyer visited Ella Meyer and others at the Sargent County Manor in Forman. In th~ evening they attended the Song Festival at the Church of Christ in Cogs- well. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hill and Mike visited with Vic Sunday evening at the Vi White home. Monday evening Vic Quis- sell. Fred Meyer and Vi White visited at the Leon Isley home. CYA Club met Tuesday mormng at the Lindy Zetocha home. Helen Schultz and Vi White attended a birthday party at The Movie Informer THE MOVIE INFORMER Current Review By Mike Burnett "Coal Miner's Daughter" rated P.G shows just what kind of people make up the American true-grit way of life. Hardworking, industr- ious, a shoot-for-the-stars at- titude that takes a poor backwards appalachia girl and guy to the legendary Country Hall of Fame. Loretta Lynn CSissy Spac- ek) uses what God gave her - the ability to sing, to create a career few have every duplic- ated in any music circle. She starts out very poor. marries, has children, sings in bars. makes a record, goes to Nashville. and meets Ernest Tubb. From that moment her talent is no longer a bud but begins to blossum into a flower more beautiful than ever seen in the country world of singers. This Friday-Tuesday the Grand Theatre is very proud to be transformed into the Grand Ole' Opry to bring the life of one of the most admired women to ever win the Enter- tainer of the Year. This is a rousing love affair and a woman's triumph. ained the birthday club Mon- day, August 11, to honor Mrs. William Mangnall for an early birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lar- son, Everett. WA. were Mon- day noon dinner guests at the Albert Kranda home. Mrs. Larson is Albert's niece. the Alfred Willardsen home evening visitors at the Lester honoring Helen Bunt on her Ornhome. birthday Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Esther Orn visited Friday afternoon Chris and Wednesday~ evening at the Denise Mathias and Robin J.C. Tot~nhagenhome. Brockman were among others Mr. and Mrs Lester Orn that helped Shane Neros eele- were Monday shoppers m brate his 6th birthday at the Fargo. On their return home. Lance Neros home in Cogs- they visited at the David well. Hodgson home in Wyndmere. Thursday evening Vie Quis- Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Totenha- sell Fred Meyer and Vi White gen and Dave were Saturday were supper guests at the supper and overnight guests Larry Nelson home and lafer at the Dennis Miller home in visited at the Duane Smith Dilworth and were Sunday home. dinner guests at the Paul Tuesday evening Vi White Skorheim home in Wahpeton. and Fred Meyer visited at the Billy Totenhagen spent the Wendell Jones home in Gwin- weekend with his grandpar- ner. ents while Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paul White and Nathan Hill Totenhagen spent the week- were Friday dinner guests of end in Minneapolis. Mrs Vi White. Alma Totenhagen was also a Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Orn of late Friday afternoon visitor. Wimbledon spent the weekend Mrs. Ray Brockman was a at the Maurice Orn home. Tuesday morning coffee guest Mrs. Alma Totenhagen and at the Roger Bopphome. Mrs. Sandy Mathias and Den- Vi White was a brief caller ise were Thursday dinner Sunday morning at the Mike guests at the Frieda Mathias Huffmanhome in Cogswell home. Mrs. Alma Totenhagen and Kay Totenhagen were Friday afternoon visitors at the Roe Jones home in Lisbon. Always Busy 4-H girls met Thursday evening at the Ray Brockman home. Embroidery samplers were handed out to each member. Farewell gifts were given to Robin Brock- man. Sandy Euscher and Marsha Gre~nmyer. Lunch was served by Mrs. Brock- man, Robin and Ronette. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Totenha- gen and Dave were Tuesday Meeting Notices MEETINGS Tuesday, August 26 - Weight Watchers will meet at the Eagles Club at I pm. Wednesday, August 27 - AA-Al-anon will meet at St. John Lutheran Church at 8 pro. Meeting open to the public. Speakers Dana and Gay from Finley. Thursday, August 28 - Riverdale Ladies Club will meet with Mrs. Willard Hank- el. I have served the people of Dickey County as a judge at the Dickey County Courthouse Political advertisingsponsored and paid by Thomas W. Nielsen, 216 North Main Street. 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