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Ambrosier.Folkens Vows Spoken v February I, 1975 vows were Arlaine Ann Am- and Dennis Dean Folkens Communion Lutheran I in Minneapolfs. The dou- ceremony was perform- r Pastor Sennes at 7 o'clock evening. • . Nancy Newbest of Min- lis, friend of the bride, znatron of honor. Jerry Han- of Duluth, friend of the m, was best man. Mike Am- mr, brother of the bride, oruce Knight, friend of the the ushers• bride was given in mar- by her brother, Mr. Joe Her gown was floor white eyelet with an em- Waist. It had long sleeves a high lace neckline; tied white ribbon. She carried blue and white car, ns with baby's breath and I flowers tied with a blue ribbon. matron of honor wore a crushed velvet gown with ribbon She also wore car- '= in her hair. -owtn the ceremony a wed- reception and dance was for 200 guests at the Col- Ballroom in Minneapolis. Roxanne Russ, friend of was hostess for the Mrs. Diane Matson, of the groom, cut the adUeanne Lacheple, Char and Judy Schultz, of the bride, served the nd coffee. were opened by Mrs. Arnbrosier, sister-in-law bride, and Mrs. Marge ;, cousin of the groom. 19, 1975 parents of held a wedding re- and dance in honor of at the Clinton Building for 200 were Mr. and Rens of Apple- rs. Kate Folkens, Mrs. FOlkens and Mrs. Net'de and hostess at the Clin- were Mr. and Mrs. aunt and uncle groom. Coffee servers drs. Don Tesch and Mrs. Mrs. Orville Sch- Mrs. Harold Lovgren cake and waitresses were r Tesch, Debbie Fol- and Kay Folkens. Mrs. Al- . and Mrs. Ann Wilson In the kitchen. of the bride are Mrs. Aabrosier of Minneapo- . late George Ambros- '..rents of the groom are ond Folkens of Clin- lhe late Edwin Folkens. is a 1971 graduate of ffigh School in Minneapolis employed by in St. Louis is a 1968 gradu- High School and graduate of Pipestone is presently era- Supermarket Park. Lolly are now at The following were visitors at the Elsie Asge home this past week: Mrs. EleanorVogt, Sunday afternoon and supperguest; Mrs. Ed Heuer, Sunday evening; Mrs. George Rixe and Marlys Hanke, Tuesday supper guests; Lydia Schliep, Thursday; and Mrs. El- sie Mattson, Wednesday morn- inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gibson and boys moved to the farm home this week which they purchased from the Clayton Kollings, south of Chokio. Mr. and Mrs• Roger Heuerand Danny of Felton spent Friday until Sunday evening visiting at the Ed Heuer, Pearl Zimmer- man and Charles Kirkey homes. The following helped Martin Meers celebrate his 81st birth- day at his home Saturday even- ing: Mr. and Mrs. Wm• Slon- eker of Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heuer, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfried Meers and Bradley, Henry Du- in, Wm. Hines and Sophia Sch- liep. Mr. and Mrs. henry Karson of New Ulm visited Friday af- ternoon at the Ed Heuer home. Wendy Cole of Canby and Beth Vogt spent the week end with their grandparents, the Louis Vogts. Danny and Aimee Cole stayed at the Eugene Fuhrman home. Mrs. Lydia Schliep spent Sun- day and Monday at the Sammy Schliep home and attended the Memorial Day service at Ben- son andwas a dinner guest at the Paul Lund home in Louis- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Rixe and family of Kenyon were Me- morial Week end guests of Mrs. George Rixe. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson of Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rixe and family were also dinner guests. Mrs. tob Nelson was also a Thursday supper guest. Mrs. Louis Vogt was hos- tess for the Happy Hour Home- makers Club Thursday. Mrs. Kenny Weber and Tom, Linda, Jenny, and Trica of San- born and Mrs. George Rixe were among those who attended the reception of Duane Rixe at his home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rahn and Lynn spent Memorial Day week end at the home of his sister, Mrs. Etta Hart at Pon- ca, Neb. John Andrews and Colleen Sul- livan were Monday supperguests at the Jim Andrews home. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie PullisandCraig were Tuesday supper guests and Mrs. Jim Leuthardt and Kristy were Wednesday dinner guests. Thursday afternoon coffeeguests of Mrs. Jim Andrews were Mrs. Vernon Fischer, Mrs. Wilbur Fuhrman, Mrs. Martin Fuhrm and Mrs. Dave Anderson. Mrs. Keith Mellrt, Justin and Gretta and Mrs. Paul As- mus were Wednesday visitors o the Wally Hagens. Mrs. Lawrence Ritter andMi- chael visited Mrs. Jordon Mon- JOHN SEZ... tm To prevent a mudhole forming beneath an outdoor faucet, dig a large hole under the spout and fill it with crushed rock or coarse gravel. Tractors equipped with diesel boosters show an average power increase of 20%; they also cut down diesel smoke, and oil stays cleaner longer. } .NORTHERN PROPANE GAS CO,. Ortonville. Minn: Phone 839-2;3-8 Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Larson were May 25th evening visitors of Mrs. Selma Haas. Sunday evening callers were bfr. and Mrs. Duane Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schlueter and Mrs. Paul- ette Stengel and Stacy of Orton- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haugen and Dennis Haugen of Tacoma, Wash. were May 21st callers of Mrs. Melvin Swenson. Mrs. Olive Thomas of Gar- dena, Calif. spent last week at the Ernest Martinson home and attended her class reunion on Saturday evening. Mrs. Fred Grimm and Mrs. Leonard Fitzner called on Mrs. Alice Tale Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ander- son called at the Melvin Shelstad home at Correll Sunday. Carol Frederick of Minneapo- lis spent the week end with her parents, the Don Fredericks. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Toner of Big Stone were Sunday evening visitors at the John Folkens home. Mr. and Mrs. John Arndt, Sr. spent Memorial Day week end with the John Arndt, Jr. family at Willmar. Mr. and Mrs. Dou Folkens of Hector spent the week end at the Don Frederick and Carl Folkens homes. Rev. and Mrs. Bennett Opdahl held open house Sunday afternoon in honor of David's graduation from Oak Grove. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Giese and family of Aberdeen and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Digre and boys of Alexandria. tonye Sunday afternoon and vis- Red at the Larry Olsons Thurs- day afternoon• Mr. and Mrs. Roy Olson= Mr. and Mrs. Larry Spaulding, Jeff and Adam and Kim and John Fischer, Mr. and Mrs.Howard Kutzler and Joey and Charles Kutzler of Wisconsin were Mon- day supper guests at the Larry Olson home. Roy Olson was a Friday dinner guest there, also. Cora Boldenow of Starbuck and Alvina Olcott and Ann Mag- nason of Minneapolis visited at the Toby Maanum home Satur- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Hagen took Brady Robinson home to St. Peter after spending a week with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Andrews entertained friends and rela- tives at their home Friday ev- ening in honor of Pam's grad- uation. Franz Lubenow, Jr. was a patient in Holy Trinity Hospital in Graceville from Thursdy to Friday. J Mrs. A. L. Makinster re- turned Tuesday after spending Memorial Day week end at Das- sell attending the confirmation of Elizabeth Lindwall, daughter of the Carlton Lindwalls. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Piper attended the graduation exer- cises at Ortonville Thursdayev- ening and were guests at the Murl Hinneberg home later in the evening. Wesley Olson was a Sunday evening caller of Howard Flet- cher. Mrs. Alma AhlschlagerofBal- aton came Thursday evening to spend several days with her daughter and family, the Dean Heairets. Mrs. Mayme Hennix attended the graduation of her grandson, Steven Bennett at Slayton on May 25th. Dennis Haugen of Tacoma, Wash. spent several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haugen. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Hegge and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tate visited Mrs. Emma Eastman at the Browns Valley Nursing Home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Docken of Eagen were Saturday evening visitors of Mrs. Melvin Swenson Mrs. Ray Brace of Willmar and Mrs. Carlton Moberg were Thursday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Alice Tale. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lubrant were even- ing visitors. Miss Mildred Martinson of Minneapolis spent the week end at the Ernest Martinson home. Mrs. Anna Ross spent Me- morial Day week end with Mrs. Selma Haas. Mrs. Harold Wilson accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hen- ningson and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Trebil of Ortonville to Ogema, Wis. Friday and attended the Strombom-Granzow wedding Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Steen of Winthrop were Saturday sup- per guests at the Harold Haugen home. Saturday evening guests at the Leonard Fitzner home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson. Sunday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Skoog. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hegge and Patricia of Buffalo were week end guests at the Hilton Hegge home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark were also Stmday dinner guests. Mrs. Jim Leuthardt and Kristi were Wednesday callers at the Chuck Zach home in Graceville. Saturday evening they visited at the Lawrence Ritter home in Johnson. Mrs. Fred Grimm attended the Krier family reunion picnic at the High Rise Apartments in Ortonville Saturday afternoon. Terry Gillespie, Leonard Gil- lespie and a friend are spending a few days fishing at Fling Flong, Canada. Mrs. Melvin Swenson called on Mrs. Kate Fletcher Saturday af- ternoon. Recent visitors at the Carl Weinman home were Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Anderson, Mrs. Rus- sell Anderson, Mrs. Gus Wein'- man, Mrs. Anna Nagel and Mel- vin, Ed Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hippie. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knight of DesMoines, Iowa spentMemorial Day week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cuff and Robbie of Worthington were week end guests of Mrs. Minnie Con- nelly. Mrs. C. G. Parks of Sioux Falls was a Sunday overnight guest of Mrs. Agnes Fletcher. Mrs. John Hans called on Mrs. Kent Stotesbery Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson and Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Hanson spent the weekend in St. Peter and attended the grad- uation exercises of Byron Hanson at G A on Sunday. Memorial Day dinner guests at the Marvin Haugen home were Mr. and Mrs. James Docken of Eagan, Mr. and Mrs. James Ge- froh, Chad and Stephanie of Fargo and Mrs. Melvin Swenson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haus- child visited at the Clarence Gilsdorf home in Ortonville Sat- urday evening. Sunday they vis- ited at the Ivan Neuman home in Wheaton. Miss Ruth Hennix of Minne- apolis spent last Monday until Friday with her mother, Mrs. Mayme Hennix. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stattelman were Sunday evening visitors at the John Hans home. Mr. and Mrs. FrankHomrigh- ausen visited Mrs. Esperance Sparby Wednesday eve. Natalie Hart of Orange Park, Florida is spending some time at the home of her aunt and uncle= Mr. and Mrs. Dave Torgerson. Mr. and Mrs. Anion Anderson visited at the Selmer Anderson home in Ortonville Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson were evening callers at the Anion Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Larson called on Mrs. Esther Haugen Sunday evening. Saturday afternoon callers of Mrs. Leonard Fitzner were Mrs. Jack Zummach and daughter of Marshall, Mrs. Richard Ander- son and Lori and Mrs. Ollie Anderson. Mrs. Selma Haas called on Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ross on Thursday evening. e was a Sunday visitor of Mrs. Anna Ross, her sister. Mrs. Glenn Piper entertain- ed the ladies of the Lakeside West Apartments at a coffee party Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lewis of Red Wing called on Mrs. Fer- die Lewis Sunday. Civil Defense Gives Tornado Safety Rules What to do when a tornado approaches is the subject of a memorandum issued recently by the Civil Defense Office. It is recommended that you stay tuned to a local radio station for information, and, if at home, you should go to a storm collar, vegetable cellar, or fallout shel- ter. If you have no shelter, the Civil Defense Dept. recommends you go to the basement corner nearest the tornado....usually the southwest corner. Windows should be leR open on the side of the house away from the tornado in order to equalize the air pressure inside the house, and people should stay away from windows. The tornado warning signal is a five minute steady siren tone. Energy Rules Hearing Set Hearings of the rules of pro- cedure for the Fuel Allocation Division of the Minnesota Energy Agency will be held Monday, June 23, at 9:30 a.m., in the FAMILY PICNIC JUG COLORS: Yellow, Avocado, Apricot Durable molded polyethylene jug has shoulder spout for easy pouring. Large opening makes it convenient to fill. Polyurethane insulation. (D 199-295 } Lq GRIFFITH HARDWARE hearing room on the 7th floor of the American Center Bldg., 160 East Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul. Copies of the propused guide- lines may be obtained by writing to the Fuel Allocation Division of the Minnesota Energy Agency at 740 American Center Bldg., 160 East Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, 55101, or by calling the Agency at 612-296-5175. Tree Insect Activity on Increase in Area With the onset of hot weather, a number of insects become com- mon in trees of both rural and community areas in South Dak- ota. Perhaps the most destruc- tive is the cankerworm. insect activity. The destructive stage is the larvae, or feeding stage, which strip elms and other tree species of leaves during the last two weeks of May. Mora Man Low Bidder for Maintenance Area In Highway Maintenance Area 4B, with headquarters atMorris, Douglas E. Buckley of Mora was the apparent low bidder at $6,200 for production and stock-piling of mineral aggregate for TH 7 in pit at junction with TH 28 in Big Stone County. CLASSIFIED ADS • BRING QUICK RESULTS. The cankerworm is actually-- , ...................... two species, the spring and the TIlE NORTHERN STAR The primary aktm aml .Graeevllle, differencefall cankerworm.is in the time of adult Thursday, June 5,J975 Page: 5 I I tVhy Not Buy Your HAIL INSURANCE From a Local Full Time IJ00surance Agent... who can write your policy with any of the major companies. Prompt Adjustin9 Service by People WHO Will Know the Value of Your LOSS I IIIIII IIIII II II I I I PHONE 748-7177 NOW For Hail Coverage Quotations on Your Crops. WE'LL COME OUT TO SEE YOU A T YOUR CONVENIENCE OFFICE OPEN DALLY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY FROM 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p. m. ,o.T00 ,. Drewelow ::7.= .Insurance Agency The Minnesota Environmental Quality Council will hold INFORMATION M TINGS CA IONS • LONG PRAIRIE Tuesday, June 24, Community Rm. First Nat'l Bank i PROPOSED TRANSMISSION CORRIDORS ELBOW LAKE Wednesday, June 25, City Hall Community Center OFFICE LOCATED ON MAIN STREi31" IN BARBER SHOP BUILDING PHONE 74&7177 GRACPJILI.E, MINNESOTA I , CPA/UPA Preferred Corridor Alternative Corridors I 46 mi. I N inch OSSEO Thursday, June 26, GLENCOE Monday, June 30, Several reports on the proposed transmission line facilities are available at most libraries in the following counties; Anoka, Big Stone, Carver, Chip- pewa, Douglas, Grant, Hennepin, Kandiyohi, McLeod, Meeker, Pope, Renville, Sherburne, Sibley, Stearns, Stevens, Swift, Todd, Traverse, Wilkin and Wright. The reports include: Environmental Report, Supplementary Report: Undergrounding High Voltage Transmission Lines, Evaluation of Electrical Environmental Effect of Transmission Lines, Supplementary Report: Applicants Analysis of High Voltage Transmission Line Siting Criteria and Corridor Evaluation Considerations, Summary of Right of Way Acquisition in North Dakota. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY COUNCIL CAPITOL SQUARE BUILDING SAINT PAUL,. 55101 Tel.(612) 296-5089 Osseo Senior High Cafeteria McLeod County Courthouse i, i , i l WATCH FOR OUR GRA_ND OPENING REGIS TRA TION S TAR TS NEXT IVEDNESDA Y FOR DOOR PRIZES R & S JACK AND JILL