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a-Nelson vows told A two hearts, joined friendship, united forever 22, 2002, Kylene L. R. Nelson were Kylene is the Russell and Dorienne of Gaylord Weeding and Luane of Ortonville. Josh is the and Cindy Nelson, me and Ethel Schoon, grandson of Cynthia of Ortonville. The wed- was held at Abiding Lutheran Church in with Pastor David E. wore a white spaghetti gown, with a bodice of and a long train of lace. The groom wore a with a white vest and The wedding colors purple, green, pink, and the accent color of silver. were arranged by the Flower Shop roses, purple, and yellow daisies, and of honor was Krista r of the bride, and the best- Nelson, brother of Bridesmaids were Ann Dena Horning, and all friends of the were Josh Schmidt, both friends and Brett Huizenga, The ring bearers .... + Tanner Arndt, bride, and the flower Bioss, cousin of the I-luizenga, cousin of the selected scripture pas- ceremony. The ushers Arndt, brother-in-law of Ryan Hage, friend of Attendant was friend of the couple, attendant was aunt of the bride. were Janine Folk and aunts of the bride. cousin of the groom, book. You More" selection sung by Jena and "The Prayer" sung by the "Weeding Huizenga, Jerri life and on your and car. hen you buy your life ,insurance from us LAuto-Owners t ecial dis- your agent, we take in you - as well and car. We are things they own. btwtrnnl Agency =t Street Ortonville, MN the C-enBank building 320-839-6145 Homrighausen, Laura Berger, Ronda Sellin, and Denise Scherer. There were also several instrumental selec- tions. The instrumentalists were Brittany Berger (trumpet) and Stacy Longnecker (trumpet), both cousins of the bride, and Alex Mork (violin) and Melissa Boehnke (flute), both friends of the couple. Sarah Miller, friend of the couple, was the organ- ist/pianist. After the ceremony, the guests fol- lowed the wedding party to Sioux Historic Pavilion tn Orton, ville where the reception and dance were held. Hosts and Hostess were Michael and Laura Berger, godparents of the bride, and David Schoon, godparent of the groom. Coffee pourers were Ronda Sellin and Denise Scherer, aunts of the bride. The cake cutters were Jerri Homrighausen, aunt of the bride, and Judy Otto, aunt of the groom, and the cake passers were Amber Scherer, cousin of the bride, and Candice Rushford, friend of the couple. The wedding cake was designed by the couple and made by Gayle Boehnke. Punch pourer was Jiltian Folk, cousin of the bride, and the waitresses were Brittany Berger, cousin of the bride. and Nicole Nelson, cousin of the groom. Chokio Care of Chokio catered the supper, which was fol- lowed by a slide show presentation by Curt Johnson. The evening ended with a dance DJ'd by Henry's Sights and Sounds of Ortonville. Don Sherman was the photograph- er, Joel Stattelman was the vide() recorder, and Jennifer Wells was the candle attendant. After returning from their honey- moon, the couple now resides in their new home in Orton,'ille. Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS MCCL succeeds in its top three priorities Pro-life victories in the U.S. Senate,,governor's office and U.S. House 6f Representatives yesterday gave Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life wins in its three top priorities for Minnesota's general elections. Other gains in the state Senate and House of Representatives clearly showed a pro-life mandate from voters. "The election of Norm Coleman to the U.S. Senate and Tim Pawlenty as Governor is proof of what polls have consistently shown: Minnesotans want protection for both women and their unborn children," says Marice Rosenberg, MCCL vice president. "As people learn how radical our state's abortion policy has been, they are turning decisively to candidates who respect human life," says Rosenberg. "This surging tide in Minnesota is the foundation for a renewed culture of life+ Voters no longer accept a policy of abortion on demand, throughout the entire nine months of pregnancy--even as a method of birth control." Minnesotans also gained a pro-life voice in the 2nd Congressional District, where John Kline defeated pro-abortion Bill Luther. In the 6th Congressional District, pro-lifer Mark Kennedy was re-elected. "Voters saw through Luther's phony political rhetoric," says sR. 7"All .I,IA True +. _ Some thing5 are distinctly Minnesotan -- like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, recognized for delivering quality health care plans for nearly 70 years. That's why more MinnesOtans choose Blue Cross than any other plan. Call me for individual or group plans or plans that work with Medicare. Tom Oakes Agent 40 NW 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2118 or 800-630-4978 Rosenberg. 'Fhe message from this election is loud and clear--Minnesotans want more protections for women and their babies to be enacted into law." In the gubernatorial race, Pawlenty defeated Independence Party candidate Tim Penny, who failed to garner many votes due to his flip, flop from a pro-life stance to one that embraced abortion. "When a former elected official drastically BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota i iii switches his position on an issue as important as life itself, he loses the voters' trust," says Rosenberg. 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