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/Louisburg Sag-2204 not present at the Wednesday when his name On Wednesday the drawing will Alfred Borgerson 27th until Feb. and Mrs. Curtis at Franklin, La. and saw many Trygestad flew to 24th and motored to visit a cousin and Lynn Roach few day there, they Beach and where they for Melissa Grupe Melissa is a Ginny (Wesloh) They did some and beach walking, March 31 in the weather was 1 in Georgia and returned to her after spending Del Sol in Donna, she spent a Nicole Beach, Calif. Nicole was there ,lfred Borgerson until March 25th Ruckle at returned to 25th. Alfred .nt at the Minnesota in Y .visited Mr. and n Bloomington, Borgerson at Zox at Apple and grandson, 3uth spent from with her father, March 26th visitors at the Margaret Klefsaas home were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Bersie of Annandale, Mr. and Mrs. John Uphoff of Minneapolis and Mrs. Izzy Uphoff of Appleton. GaVae Pederson of New Brighton and Glenda Reiffenberger spent Saturday and Sunday with Erwin and Pearl Pederson. Eleanor Olson and Arlene Karels attended the Junior Auxiliary Conference at the Marietta Auxiliary Room on Saturday afternoon. Lois Gloege attended the Easter Cantata at the United Methodist Church in Bellingham on Sunday afternoon. Meranda Redepenning and Judie and Myron Rosendahl of Madison were Sunday evening supper guests at the Steven Redepenning home. Colleen Barber of New London visited late Saturday afternoon and evening at the Mannie Karels home. Charles and Fran Trygestad and Preston Mork and friend attended the musical, "Brigadoon", at the Lac qui Parle Valley High School Friday evening. Dwight Mork, Micah, Hannah and Isaac participated in this musical. Robert and Joan Ronglien along with many other relatives were Sunday dinner guests of Ray and Clara Schuelke in honor of Alan's confirmation which was held at St. Johns Catholic Church in Ortonville on Saturday evening. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz attended the Milltones Barbershop Show at Milbank. Harold Hanson and friend, Martha of Duluth were weekend guests of Betty Hanson. Gladys Schake attended the Easter Cantata on Sunday afternoon at the United Methodist Church. Alvin and Norma Larson, and Norman and Val Larson visited Kinley Larson at the Madison Lutheran Home Sunday afternoon. Dorothy Weber, Joanie Weber, and Bill and Minnie Giese attended the Easter Cantata at the Zion United Methodist Church on Sunday NOTICE Roat.s & Campers have been stored at the County Fairgrounds, n, MN can be removed beginning at 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY, APRIL 19 for imfermaUon. / /- WEIGHT LOSS t $5,000 cash Teen All BELIEVE IT OR NOT... Gonna Get Hot. :IANS & 2 Must have inCluded. - Mentor ro 888/ Edu- 2h'h: 9500. NO EQUITY REQUIRED lIFTS has ira- Number A- Call Next Run 48  at 800/756. am-4pm, M. New SUMMER BODY PERFECTION TAN - lose weight - increase energy. Test and proven "perfect one" and "fat grabber" guar- antees weight loss. "Tan natural" - obtain a tpharmatan without the sun. 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Dinner guests on Saturday, April 4th at the Leonard Kerhaert home in honor of Jill's confirmation were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klefsaas and family, Margaret Klefsaas, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kerkaert of Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sandberg of Marshall, Mrs. Richard Borgerson, Mrs. Dennis Vonderharr and Christi, Patty Kallhoff and Susan Kerkaert of St. Cloud. The Ruth Circle met Thursday afternoon, April 2nd at St. Paul's Lutheran Church with Christi Larson, Diane Dybevik, Margaret Kiefsaas, Carol Olson, Clarissa Sorenson, Sandra Hanson and Carol Mangel attending. Margaret Klefsaas led the Bible Study "Luke's Vision. The People of God - Session 4 - Rejecting the Cornerstone." President Carol Olson conducted the business meeting. Christi Larson was the hostess. Gordon Minzel of Willmar visited at the Ned Gloege home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Karels attended the musical Milltones 20th Anniversary Show at Milbank on Saturday evening. 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Joyce and Stan Gustin of Aitkin, Spence and Marilyn Jensen were last Saturday afternoon guests of Alvin and Marius Jensen. Gary, Mary and Jared Roiland were Thursday night guests at the Todd and Karen Stensrud home. The Faith Circle met at the church Thursday afternoon, April 2nd with ten members attending. Lois Anderson led the Bible Study and Gloria Sorenson was the hostess. Last Monday night, March 30th, Joyce Letrud and Rick and Terry Johnson attended the Jazz Band Concert at the Ortonville High School. Abbey Johnson is a member of the band and soloist for two numbers. Myrtle Kittelson went Palm Sunday afternoon and spent a few days at the Wally and Wanda Kittelson home in Montevideo. Chad Fink and Stacey Fink spent the Palm Sunday weekend at home. Friday afternoon, Gary and Jared Roiland visited Esther Roiland at her Hilltop Apartment in Madison. Albert and Tracy Rebehn returned home Wednesday, March 25th after Albert had his yearly checkup at Rochester. 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Extension report Carrie Olson, County Extension Educator DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR KIDS ARE? According to an ongoing study, 'kids with parents who monitor their whereabouts have an asset that helps them. become healthy, ethical, caring adults. After surveying 273,000 young people in 600 U. S. communities since September 1989, the Search Institute of Minneapolis has defined 30 developmental assets that 'determine a child's well-being. Sixteen of the assets are external, including support systems, defined boundaries, and constructive activities, and 14 of the assets are internal, including commitments, values, and skills that guide young people in their choices. The more of these assets children have, the more successful they will be. You can provide the asset of parental monitoring by keeping a family calendar on which everyone writes special events and occasions. When you are gone, leave a name and phone number of where you will be. Not only is this safe and practical, you will also be setting a precedent you want your kids to follow. Also, if children are alone when you are gone, call them up and ask what they are doing. They will be less likely tO get into trouble if they know you will be checking on them. Likewise, make it a habit of asking who they are going out with, where they are going, and how long they will be gone, If your kids plan to attend a party at someone else's house, make sure parents will be there. Form a parental network with your kids' friends' parents, agreeing to chaperone dances and supervise get-togethers. Work to create an inviting home environment so your kids will stay home and invite their friends over. 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