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and-Mangel vows told Jessica Marie Howland, daughter Brad and Donna Howland of and Kyle Douglas Mangel, son las and Cheryl Mangel of were united in marriage Aug. 16 at First English Church in Ortonville. Pastor and Pastor Curt Rotto offici- ceremony. of honor was Jennifer sister of bride. Matron of was Christine Howland, sister Bridesmaids were Tonya friend of bride; Dana friend of bride, Tara Flower girls Graham, niece Aer Hoag, niece of groom. man was Neil Heinrich, of groom. Groomsmen were brother-in-law of groom; brother of bride; Brian Schuelke, friend of groom; Robyn Rademacher, friend of groom. Ushers consisted of Clark Mastel, uncle of groom, Christopher Graham, friend of groom. Soloists were Shaunda Mangel, sister of groom; Nancy Zehringer, friend of bride's family. They were accompanied by Mary Williamson, friend of groom's family. Personal attendants were Shaunda Mangel and Darcy Hoag, sisters of groom, Darcy Hoag, sister of groom also read spe- cial readings picked out by the bride and groom. Reception and dance followed the ceremony at The Matador, in Ortonviile. After the couple went on their hon- eymoon to Virginia Beach, they reside in St. Cloud. school news Calendar Jan. 5: School resumes, meeting in Home Ec Room Jan. 8: Cloverbuds 3:00 MENU Breakfast - Cinnamon rolls, cheese uice - Egg patty, toast, orange ;dnesday French toast, peaches day - Blueberry muffins, grape juice ay - Cereal, toast, pineapple Lunch - Chicken nuggets, peas, ;, apples - Long spaghetti with cheese bread, pears - Tomato soup, grilled sandwiches, crackers, - Roast beef, potatoes creamed corn, peaches - Hamburger on bun, french green beans, oranges TAKE CHARGE OF EDUCATION you shop at Target, 1% of )urchases will be donated to when you use your Target Here's how: You already have a Target Guest call 1-800-316-6142 and our school to receive the 1% Target. You don't have a Target Guest ck up an application at a near you and designate In addition to helping our lrget will send you a 10% off an entire Guest can get 100 guests to call and register their Target number before Feb. 28, our school will receive an extra bonus of $300. Please register if you can. Thanks! Thanks We would like to than/k/fhe many people for their cooper/arran and help in making this year's Christmas musical possible. We appreciate everyone who helped with the production in any way, especially the following people and businesses: Margaret Adeiman, Mary Ann Anderson, Bonnie Bergquist, Cheryl Klefsaas, Margaret Klefsaas, Dawn Maatz, Lynette Nelson, Steve and Linda Roggenbuck, Sue Stolpman, and Tom and Carol Wood of Wood's Carpet and Floor Covering. Have a joyous Holiday Season! HEADSTART TRADITIONS We've just completed a Christmas Around the World Unit. The emphasis was on customs and traditions. We have numerous traditions here in the U.s. Here is a list of traditions the Heagl Start children and their families have over the holidays: Brandie - opening presents Dominic - bringing presents to people Zachary L - visiting Santa Claus Tony - putting up Christmas lights Aaron - visiting Grandpa Nicole - making Gingerbread cookies Zachary F - going to church Dillan - putting up a Christmas tree Shawn - putting up stockings Kelly - opening presents TJ - making a snowman Br/ce - going sledding Sara - cleaning up after Christmas Wishing each and everyone of you a Merry Christmas! Wendy Tufto & Jackie Roth IRA or qYaditional IRA? The Answer is Yes. Thanks to the new tax laws, the decision to open an IRA is easier than ever. At the same time, choosing between the Roth IRA and the traditional IRA is complicated. You need advice from a company you can trust. Talk to American Express Financial Advisors. We'll translate the new tax guidelines into plain English to help you decide which IRA is fight for you. Call today for a free, initial consultation. nanc/ aav$or e.hanama tmu American lpress laaneial Advisors Inc. 1-888-839-3373 .. 33 NW 2nd St. thtonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-3030 Brent Zahrbock Becky Parker Bellingham/Louisb .g By Clarissa Sorenson, , Phone 568-2204 Rose Christensen, Odessa was not present at the Community Day drawing Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 24 when her name was called for $40. On Wednesday, Dec. 31 the drawing will he for $60. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Schake of Appleton were Christmas Day afternoon and evening and supper guests of Gladys Schake at her apartment. Lyle Sorenson of Alexandria visited Christmas Day morning til late Friday afternoon at the Wally Larson home. Other Christmas Day dinner guests were Darrin Larson of Fargo; Brent Larson of Alexandria and Chris Unzen of Madison. Damn and Brent are also spending their Christmas vacation at home. Christmas Eve guests at the Wayde Webers were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Anderson of New London, WI and Dorothy Weber. Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Maatz home were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maatz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Maatz, Austin and Landon of Grand Forks; Kathleen and Barry Long, Mona Maatz and Daren Maatz. Evening guests included Norma Wittnehel, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Strefch and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz. Visitors on Saturday evening, Dec. 27 at the home of Gary and Dee Wollschlager and Michelle for the Larson Christmas were Steve and Janell Wolischlager of Mankato; Mike and Marie Wollschlager of Burnsville; Wally, Lois and Joleen Larson, Damn Larson of Fargo; Brent Larson of Alexandria; Bob, Judy and Scott Larson of Ham Lake; Vince, Betty and Kim Adelman of Dawson and Joel Adelman of Pipestone. Lucille Hansen and Carl Koepp of Canby were Sunday evening supper and evening guests of Giadys Schake. Glenda Reiffenberger, Leah of Duluth; Ross of Fargo, ND; GaVae Pederson of New Brighton; Dean and Chris Adelman of St. Cloud; Jeff, Rhonda and Justin Adelman of Blaine were Christmas Eve and Christmas Day guests of Erwin and Pearl Pederson. Additional Christmas morning guests were Bob and Marlys Kunde, Trever, Stacey and MaKayla Schiele of Hastings. Christmas Day, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Anderson and Dorothy Weber were guests at the Wayde Wehers. Tanya Bakker and Steven Kemp and Stephen of Glencoe were Christmas Eve and overnight guests at the Ned Gloege home. Suzanne Holman and Lynn Sorenson came Tuesday afternoon and visited Suzanne's grandmother p Mrs. Amanda Holman at Northridge Nursing Home in Ortonville. Clarissa Sorenson accompanied them to Maple Grove Tuesday evening and spent Christmas with the Clayton Sorenson family. On Wednesday morning Clayton Sorenson and Clarissa Sorenson visited Suzanne's mother, Lorraine Holman at the Ambassador Good Samaritan Center in New Hope. On Christmas Day the Sorensons were guests at the Joe and Mary Ann Kohler family home near Stillwater with other relatives. On Friday afternoon, they toured the Come Zoo and Come Park Conservatory. Clayton, brought his mother home on Saturday noon. Christmas Day guests at the Hubert Redepenning home were Larry and Mary Redepenning, Scott and Tim of Atwater; Richard and LaNae Redepenning, John, Michael and Margaret of Winona; Joni Redepenning of Madison; Paul and Linda Redepenning, Aaron, Matthew and Jennifer of Farmington; Steven and Robin Redepenning, Alicia, RaeAnn and Stephanie, Michelle Redepenning of Moorhead; Ben Syltie of Fargo, ND. Erin and Maurice Wollschlager, Alyssa and Colby, Craig Rakow and Bryan Rakow were supper guests Christmas Eve at Laurence and Fran Rakow' s. Santa Claus stopped by. The family of Art and Ethel Schake held their family Christmas at the Our Place Cafe on Sunday, Dec. 28. Attending were Wally, Lois and Joleen Larson, Damn Larson of Fargo, ND; Brent Larson of Alexandria; Lyle and Karen Schake and grandson Taylor Larson of Madison; Jim Schake of Bellingham; Loren and Sandy Schake of Ortonville; Kevin, Renae and Jessica Dornbusch of Milbank; Larry and Mavis Dale, Jim, Nanette and Sydney Dale, all of Watertown, SD; Kyle Schake of Clear Lake, SD; Orville and Martha Schake, Earl and Margaret Schake, Howard and Lou Jean Schake, all of Bellingham; Rick and Sheila Stodolski and Christopher of Waverly, SD; Lori, Jenni and Amanda Croatt of Rosen; Sue Kareis of Rosen; Randy, Christi, Chris, Randy Jr., Brandy, Zachery and Lexi Larson of Odessa; Tammy, Beth, Kelli, Alyssa and Brandon Thyen of Waverly, SD; Norman and Val Larson of Bellingham; Lee and Lorraine Crosby of Madison. Christmas Day guests at the Ned Gloege home were Linda Gloege and Brooke of Madison; Glenda Reinke and David Hofhenke, Diane Bakker of Granite Falls and Tamra Bakker of Willmar; Chad and Brent Gloege of Brookings, SD and Tonya Bakker, Steven Kemp and Stephen of Glencoe. Saturday afternoon visitors and luncheon at the Hubert Redepenning" home were Roger and Carole Ruth of Minneapolis. Visitors during the Christmas holiday at the Mannie Karels' home were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Karels and Josh of Milbank; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Barber and Corey of Newl London; Kris Barber of Moorhead; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Plathe, Laura Plathe and friend Brad of Willmar; Randy Plathe of Bellingham; Mr. and Mrs Neal Karels of Rochester; Heather Karels of Minneapolis; Terri Karels, Christopher and Brandon of Holland, MN; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Karels and Nathan of Brooten; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ohm and Mr. and Mrs. Dene Ohm. Christmas Eve dinner guests at the Melvin Maatz home were Tom and Debbie Oison, Sammy and Jack of Prior Lake. They also attended the children's Christmas program at Trinity Lutheran Church and were guests until Saturday evening at the Melvin Maatz home. Christmas Day guests at the Margaret Klefsaas home were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klefsaas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borgerson and family, Leonard Kerkaert and Jill, Susan Kerkaert of St. Cloud, and Alan Kerkaert of Duluth. Friday Christmas was held at the Roger and Beaty Kunde home with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kunde and family of Moorhead; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Kunde and family of Marshall and Becky Knudson and girls of Madison. Christmas Day visitors of Inga Blahosky were Paul and Donna Blahosky of Montevideo; Skip and Geraldine Blahosky, Scott and Ryan Blahosky of Mankato, and Debra Otterson of Shoreview. Christmas Day dinner guests at the, Eugene Hanson home were Glenn and Dorothy Rakow of Breckenridge; Steve and Tamra Rakow of St. Paul and Ira Rakow of the Madison 'Lutheran Home. Afternoon guests were Willard and Dorothy Rakow of Odessa; Donald and Helen Rakow of Lombard, IL; Leona Shelton of Denver, CO and Raymond Rakow of Tucson, AZ. Christmas Day guests at the Herb and Marilyn Streich home at Ortonville were Galen Streich of Brookings, SD; Greg and Jane Streich and girls of Big Stone City; Garry and Phyllis Streich and girls of Mankato; Melvin and Carol Maatz, Daren Maatz of Willmar; Tom and Debbie Olson, Sammy and Jack of Prior Lake; Walter and Marion Maatz, Mona Maatz of Hopkins; Barry and Kathleen Long of Edina; Richard and Dawn Maatz and family, Norma Wittnebel of Ortonville; Chuck and Cindy DeGrote and boys of Clara City; Ruth Maatz of Edina; Myrtle Maatz, Paul and Pam Maatz and family of Bemidji. Bob, Judy and Scott Larson of Ham Lake were Friday afternoon to Sunday noon visitors at the Wally Larson home. Saturday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mork of Bloomington were visitors at the Mannie Karels home. Friday, Candice Kraemer of Stillwater and Carol Maatz visited Edna Boidenow at Appleton. Those home for the holidays at the Vernon and Carol Olson home were Nancy, Kent and Scott Olson, and Neal, Stacy and Lucas Olson. Lois Gloege attended the open house for the 90th birthday of .Esther Matthies at St. John's Lutheran Church at Madison Saturday afternoon. Peg and Gary Blahosky of Circle Pines and Chad Blahosky of Mankato were Sunday dinner guests and afternoon visitors of Inga Blahosky. Sunday brunch guests at the Erwin Pederson home were Mrs. Robert Kunde, Margaret Klefsaas, and Deiton Sorenson. Future of Flooding: A TE LEVISED TOWN MEETING Thursday, January 15 8:00- 10:00 RM. : LIVE FROM THE HISTORIC OPERA HOUSE AT PIONEER PUBLIC TV Channel 10 Featuring Presentations by & Discussions with... UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Mark Seeley, Extension Climatologist, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota Topic: Climate Cycles and Change, El Nine, Global Warming It II Kenton Spading, Hydrologic Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District Corps of Engineers, St. Paul, Minnesota Topic: ReservoirFunction & Water Control Dave Lorenz, Hydrologist, US Geological Survey, Moundsview, Minnesota Topic: Physical Characteristics of Streams and Basins as related to techniques for estimating the magnitude and frequency of floods in Minnesota. Gary McDevitt, Service Hydrologist, National Weather Service, Chanhassen Forecast Office, Chanhassen, Minnesota Topic: The Role of the National Weather Service and Current Flood Forecast Methodology. Watch this important meeting from the comfort of your home and call in your questions! Phone in your questions to our panel of experts at 1-800-726-3178 Co-sponsored by: Lutheran Brotherhood, Minnesota River Extension Cluster, The Regional Long Term Flood Response Team, The Upper Minnesota Watershed District, The Minnesota River Source Joint Powers Board, Citizen,, for Big Stone Lake, Lac Qui Parle Prairie Preservation, Southwest Minnesota Foundation, McKnight Foundation I I I II Jan. 6, 1998  INDEPENDENT Page 9