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Page 6 The Independent, Ortonville, Minnesota Wed., Feb. 11, 1981 Engaged Janice Rodvik of Franklin visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nora Hegge, on Friday. Lucile Scholberg of Minnea- poUs is staying with Nora Heg- ge and Emma Scholberg. She had been a patient at Mt. Sinai Hospital before coming to Or- tonvilie. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ell ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Harry hke to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Loeschke for a turkey dinner Sunday evening in honor of the Melvin Loesch- kes' wedding anniversary. The evening was spent viewing films of their wedling day and other pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Kareis and Sharon were Tuesday guests at the home of Mr. and- Mrs. Arnie Werner of Willmar. The following people surpris- ed Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bergseth on their wedding anni- versary Wednesday evening, Jan. 28th: Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Whiting, Judy Persson and Jeff, Sherry Bergseth, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Smith and Loft, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Athe4, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Barnhardt, all of Big Stone City, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Swenson and Wade, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rawleigh, all of Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jesser were Monday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich Hanson of Big St0rie City. Wednesday supper guests at the home of Mrs. Selma Haas of Clinton in honor of Mrs. John Durry of St. Hilaire, Minn., were Mr. and Mrs. John Thom- as of Longview, Tex., Eddie Anderson of Clinton, Don Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schlueter, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McEwen, all of Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scheff and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reeder and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Ruehen Schellberg and family, and Mrs. Delores Goetsch, all of*Ortonville, were Tuesday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Mielitz to help Heather celato her third birthday. ;   : Kathy Whiting and friend, Run Jansen, of River Falls, Wisconsin College spent from Friday to Sunday at the home of Kathy's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whiting. Mrs. Anna Conruads and Mrs. Faith Sprung were Thursday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Hattie Dohrer. Gaylord Weeding was a Tues- day coffee guest at the home of Mrs. Silas Weeding. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Block were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Monson. Mrs. Pauline Bartz and Mrs. John Kleespie-were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radtke at Correll in honor of Mrs. Radtke's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger McCul- loch, Tim and Kristi, of Big Stone City were visitors Mon- day evening at the home of Mrs. Susan Adelman. Saturday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whiting were Kathy Whiting and Ron Jansen of River Falls, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bohlen and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Issendorf and TracE, all of Milbank. Mrs. Jim Gillman, Greg and Angela, of Dassel were week- end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Koch. Last Thursday coffee guests aet the home of Mrs. John Kleespie were Mrs. Mary Schirm and Mrs. Alma Rhein- gans, of rural Correll, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Monson, Mrs. Ronald Arndt, and Mrs. Pauline Bartz, all of OrtonviUe. Mr. and Mrs. Don Jtlius and family were Saturday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne MieUtz. Mrs. Pauline Bartz, Bill Kleespie and Mrs. John Klees- pie were Sunday evening sup- per guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilkening at Appleton. Sunday supper guest of Mrs. Marjorie Morrison Was Mrs. Norris Koch. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Mielitz and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christ- ensen of Odessa announce the engagement of their daughter, Cindy, to Dan Kafka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kafka of Slay- ton. Cindy is a 1975 graduate of Ortonville High School, and is now employed at Stearns Mfg. of Madison. Dan is a 1978 graduate of Siayton High School. He is also a graduate of Canby AVTI, specializing in Livestock Man- agement, Feed and Seed Tech- nology. He is now enrolled in Soil and  Fertilizer Management course at Canby AVTI. No definite wedding date has been set. ,O000000000010 FEB. 12 THURSDAY NIGHT Hors d'oeuvres 5:00-7:00 OOOOOOOOO00O FEB. 14 VALENTINE'S DAY DANCE TOBY HAUGE BAND John Kleespie. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Sitter were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Koch. Saturday noon luncheon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whiting were Mr. and Mrs. Alva Benshoof of New Prague Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O'Neill and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Strei of Ortonville, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher of Belling- ham, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Radermacher of St. Louis Park returned home Saturday after spending the past three weeks in Harlingen, Tea. Among their activities were golf, touring and visiting. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Olson of Ortonville announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Dawn, to David Swenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Algy Swermon, of Ostrander. Dawn is a graduate of Roch- ester Community College and is Delores Goetsch. "'" i ........ employed as an RN at Rochest- v, ls mrs aL nuK.   u...... .....t   ..... Mr. and .rs. Sherwood Dove "o-Gte .mv'--ity--7-j: and Clarence Kleespie. oring in Business Admires" ira- Mr. and Mrs. Iwrence Mon- {ion. son were Thursday afternoon No wedding date has been visitors at the home of Mrs. set. I| Bridal Shower For Sigler Set Feb. 14 Am open house bridal shower will be held for Karen Sigler on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Elim Lutheran Church at Clinton ,LIi |11 I!1 I  CHILDRE-IORTRAIT  a,, ..se-ECtAL ,m I I %, -OTQGIIAPHIC !XCELENC. I I " " EVERY WEEI. sill : Thursdays ]rom 1'0 am. tO8 p.m. : -- I I For Chiidrek, ages to\\;16 years I I II II II II !I II mI 1-10 x 13! 2-5 x 7 or 4-3Y x 5 ,,% BIRTHS Feb. 4 - girl - weighing 8 lbs., 10 oz. - Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Swayze, Summit UMVRDC Meets II II I ! m, s16.9 5 -.-,,-. I film & 4 proofs dl Offer good until June 30, 1982 lab, - - , f, ;;. ca, Monday Appleton The board of directors of the Upper Minnesota Valley Re- gional Developmen Commis- sion will meet next",Monday, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p.m. ',.the Appleton Civic Center. Confirmation ICOMIHGEVENT$1 Next Sunday Confirmation Services will be held next Sunday, Feb. 15, in Bellingham's St. Paul Lutheran Ortonville Study Club will meet Wednesday, Feb. 18, for a 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. Germain Kunz, with Mrs. Burton Nypen as co-hostess. Roll call will be "heroes." $ $ $ $ Laurel Club will meet Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mazelle Petrick, with Malinda Belgurn as the co-hostess. Girl Scout Leaders at New Center Jeanette Minahan, leader, Janet Yaeger, Bonnie and Ray- nette Minahan, Gayle Johnson, Sheila Nagel, Donna Julius, Rosy Swigerd, and Ellen Moor- head attended the recent "Win- ter Wonderland" event held at the new Peacepipe Girl Scout Council Program Center at Camp Sanderson in Spicer. Girls participated in a wide variety of activities which in- cluded ice.skating and hiking. Resource people taught square- danceing, macrame and nature activities on a hike around the 33 acre camp. Winter Wonderland is the first event to be held at the Program Center with other Peacopipe Girl Scout troops and conununity organizations plan- ning to use the center in the future. IQm Knutson ShoWer Re-Set For Thurs. Because of inclement weather last Saturday, the bridal shower for Kim Knutson, bride-to-be of . Terry N:. postponed,. and will take p'this Thurs-;* day, Feb. 12th.. . The event will begin at 2 p.m. in Eidskog Lutheran church of rural Ortonville." and Louisburg Lutheran church at the morning services with holy communion for the con- firmands and all attending. Those being confirmed from St. Paul's are Kelly Hanson, daughter of the Lloyd Hansons, and Scott Schake, son of the Lyle Schakes, Madison. From Louisburg Lutheran: Charleen Trygestad, daughter of the Charles Trygestads, Jen- nie Wiese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wiese, Karia And- erson, daughter of the Glen Andersons, Scott Murk, son of the Alan Murks, and Marcia Stensrud, daughter of the Jerry Stensruds. 9 CAREER CLUB lustrous tone.on-tone ,oslel t,nes so{t, elegant, and cxdul r'_:':=;. 6'cam .b. uxurUs.....,. - e Sall uq,m , r- - acrorl tone-on-ton ..... -' ;- a sill(v blond ot.Da rbl tatKr., ,,, ' ht sl,tn Y tton it's-ne nO vste, and c,, .^,,., .everal today! for - "every occamo-.  .... ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA .T278 Engaged Raymond and Velma Woll- schlager of Revillo, S.D., an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Susan, to Dan Lester, son of Phyllis and Harley Kruse of Tulare, S.D., and the late, Robert Lester. A May 9th wedding is being planned. Sew it with Pigskin Stevens County Porkettes are hosting a pigskin style show and sewing seminar, on Feb. 19, at the Ottertail Community Room in Morris, with r'egistra- tion fee of $2. Boy Born Feb. 3rd To Lynn McEwens .... Mr. and Mrs. Lynn McEwen of Rochester announce the birth of a son, Wade Lynn, on Tues- day, Feb. 3. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Holly of Austin and paternal grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McEwen, Ortonville. Rites Held For Wife of Norman Davis Mrs. Norman Davis, 47, of Richfield, died at her home on Tuesday, Feb. 3. Funeral ser- vices were held last Thursday, Feb. 5, at the House of Prayer in Richfield. She is survived by her hus- band, Norman; one daughter, Michelle, and two sons, Michael and Cristopher. Also surviving are her mother, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, and sister, Mary Law- rence, of Minneapolis. She is a daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Solem of Marietta. The Davis family are former Ortonville residents. Mr. and Mrs. macher d nounee the daughter, Cindy, to gerson, son of Mr. Roland Bergerson Cindy is a recent Willmar Vo-Tech sontly working at Bank of Madison. David is employed i O'Lakes of Dawson. An Aug. 22nd planned. PRESIDENTS' DAYS S.ALE THURSDAY, FEB. 12 THROUGH MONDAY, FEB. 16 20% off Plain Pockets Cord jeans for men and The big difference between us and them is the pocket. And the price. SALE s12 Reg. $15.00. Men's sizes 29 to 38. 6 great colors to choose from. ...... .. Le,_ _ 20% off Men's Bib Overalls Blue Denim or Stripe REG. =17.00 NOW s13" 30% off Men's Insulated Work Suits Reg. *39.00 NOW $27 s Size M, L, XL Tall sizes, too SALE =10 `0. Reg. *13:00 Prep sizes.for Boys Waist sizes 25 to 29 Boys' Thermal Underwear Shirts & Drawers .eg. ssoo Now *2 0o GIRLS' THERMAL UNDERWEAR u.'s.- NOW *2 ,0 All Rannel Sleepwear Heav! Robes Shop J.C. Penney while Visiting the Farm & Home Energy Show | I 17 111111 Of course you can charge it ORTONVILLE, MN THE PIXY Iq4OTOGRAPtlER I$ HERE Feb. 12-14 1981, J C Penney Company. Inc