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Evening Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Albert Lea, Minnesota The family love notes by love Cruikshank a. Well we re at least two months from Winter even if this the last sunday in september. If it weren t that two months go quickly it s a time of the year that one could really take pleasure in. Everything gets so Crisp and Energy producing the leaves Are due to be at their Best any Day now and All the fall projects Are unfolding with a snap and a crackle. Last week i was out to take House tour pictures for the Paauw and two attractive Young House tour hostesses. Cissy car Penter and Linda Tang whose Homes were immaculate told me that they enjoyed cleaning. It was the first time i had Ever realized that cleaning a House might be considered enjoyable. Far from being depressed by this new Outlook i am totally grateful for having had the mat Ter clarified for me. I find straightening even my alone my Broth of hell. So for years i be stood in Awe of All those mar Velous housekeepers i keep encountering thinking of the agony they have endured to bring it All off. It never occurred to me that any of them might enjoy cleaning. I took it for Gran Ted that they just had a capacity for enduring the agony of it All that revealed the likes of me As Craven and of weak character. I can understand now Why they find it embarrassing when i Fawn and Grovel and breath paeans in sympathetic Praise of their domesticity. I would have Felt far less guilty about my shortcomings had i known they enjoyed what they were doing. After All housecleaning is an endurance test for me. It s not that i m asking for sympathy but from now on i shall expect a bit of respect for attempting it at All. Never mind that it never comes out As it should. Who after All expects a tone deaf woman to play the violin. Othe Joyi when counting my blessings one by one i can also be Happy and be joyous As i relay the fact that whatever it was that went bad in my television set it was t the picture tube. I did t really think it was. Of course As soon As i ascertained that my warranty on that Pic Ture tube had not yet expired. Worthy to be added to Murphy s Laws i think is the dictum that a picture tube invariably goes bad 24 hours or less after its warranty has expired. It was also a Blessing to discover that it was t a mouse in the Kitchen. In Good Faith it did t sound like a House it sounded like a rat or perhaps something even larger. What it actually sounded like. But How would a shark get in the kit Chen whatever it was it sounded sinister and 1 was not heartened by the fact that Mitzi the siamese sat on the sofa and listened right along with me to the crunching and the snapping but evinced no enthusiasm for investigating. Mitzi is an extremely curious Little cat. Courageous too but not fool Hearty. My general feeling was that if the creature was too much for Mitzi it was also too much for me. However after i a d bolstered my courage with a Glass of diet rite and a Small piece of cheese with a Cracker i pulled myself together and set out to investigate. It was something of a Comfort to me that Mitzi was hard on my heels As we marched through the House. It seemed to be loudest just beyond the Kitchen window. Mitzi leaped to a chair and stood on her Back paws and peered out in to the night while i looked Over her shoulder. We were both immeasurably relieved to discover that our crunching monster was an overgrown Bush scratching against the window in the wind. Old lesion the whole episode would have amused my maternal grand Mother no end. She used to recite suitable bits of poetry to cover my Little problems bits cherished in her mind from her Mcguffey readers. The one that would cover this i d guess would be the one telling the Story of the Little boy terrified by the horrid ghost waiting in the Road to grasp him by the hair. But when heroic As All Good children in the Mcguffey readers were he walked right up to the ghost he found it was after All Only a Friendly guide grandma would have been right proud to know that i took it upon myself to go in search of the crunching Beattie. Asa mat Ter of fact i was a Little proud of myself. What i really wanted to do was to go to bed and pull the covers Over my head. Born into a family that places a High value on courage i always Felt timid cringing and cowardly. On the other hand it always seemed to me that All my friends were Brave daring and reckless. I used to find myself in All kind of untenable diving boards abandoned caves haunted i strove to avoid the contempt of those i held dear. It was t until i visited a childhood Friend now grown married and a grandmother that i found How needless it All was. She told her husband in my presence that everyone loved coming to my House to play but it meant taking your life in your hands. Love was afraid of nothing and we were constantly risking our necks trying to keep up with when i think what a Lovely secure childhood i could have had i could weep. On the other hand it probably prepared me to search out the crunching beauties in my Kitchen. Open House mrs. Sandy Meiji Carlson will be honoured at an open House Post nuptial bridal Shower at r . Monday at our Savior s lutheran Church Kiester. Friends and relatives will be welcomed. Farm unit meets Freeborn county farm Bureau women s committee held the september meeting monday afternoon at the office on East main St. Mrs. Charles flu rum led the pledge to the Flag and read a thought for the Day. Mrs. Harvey Thompson gave the Secretary treasurer s report. It was decided to hold a safety seminar for anyone interested in the Early part of 1977. Final plans for the Rural Urban tour were made. It will be held on sept. 28. Coffee will be served at 9 . At the Willis dreamer farm. The tour will be conducted in the Southwest Corner of the county. Members of the com Mittee in charge Are mrs. Nels Faugstad. Mrs. Willis Breamer and m is. Orrin Opdahl. Reports on the Days at the women s Camp at Lake Koronis were Given by mrs. Charles Flugum mrs. Nels Faugstad. Mrs Tilferd Morreim and mrs Earl Thompson. They also Sang a song that had been written by mrs. 1. O Gustafson at the Camp. Others attending the Camp session included mrs. Orrin of Dahl and mrs. Larry Morreim officers for the coming year Are mrs. Tilferd Morreim. Chairman mrs. Nels d. Faugstad vice chairman mrs Earl Thompson Secretary treasurer and mrs Ferrel Nagel. Historian. Hostesses were mrs Fred Miller and mrs. Nagel. Mrs. Kermit Froiland Moscow town ship is a new member on the committee replacing mrs. Carroll Olson half Price Perm Sale Glamour curl. 12.50 magic curl.10.00 includes shampoo set curls Waves or body you save and look sensational at these tiny prices. Special savings enzymatic Bio Perm 22.50 scientific system conditions and adds body to your hair. Beauty salons across from Piccir wiggly in the Skyline mall pm. 371-7433 Hangge a e i son wed at methodist Owca to hold Sale the consignment Sale com Mittee of the Owca of which mrs. Dale Heilman is chairman Are making plans to hold the Sale oct. A pre Sale on the night of oct. 26 the Sale is open to anyone wishing to participate. Anyone wanting a table should Contact the y As soon As possible As Choice spots Are offered on a fir St come first served basis. Usually sold arc ii kind of crafts decoupage. Rose Maling. Jewelry ceramics. Christmas tree ornaments gift items decorations dolls and doll clothes. There is no charge for the table but the y received a percentage of the sales Money. The Owca will have a table of baked goods and one of Craft and gift items. Members arc asked to contribute As funds will be used to replenish Kitchen sup plies a Light lunch will be served for exhibitors and the Public. Mary Jeanne Hangge. Daughter of or and mrs Kay Hangge. 1713 so. Shore drive and Howard Dennis Nelson son of or. And mrs. Phillip Nelson. Clarks Grove were wed at . Sept. 10 or. Manning Vannostrand performed the double ring candlelight ceremony at United methodist Church. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore an Ivory floor length gown of silk organza with Venise and Cluny lace trim fashioned in an Empire a line style the gown had a stand up Collar and Camelot the Chapel length train was attached to the Waist and was completely encircled by a flounce trimmed in lace. The Chapel length veil edged in lace to match the dress was attached to a Juliet cup the Bride wore Gold antiqued earrings a gift from the Groom she earned a bouquet of White roses Orange Daisy mums and German Sta lice. Manlyn Hangge Rochester sister of the Brule was maid of Honor. She wore n rustic Orange gown of Cotton Calcutta with a voile flowered bodice inset trim med in lace and ii tons the stand up Collar and Long sleeves gathered to the cuffs were trim med in lace. Tiny tucks accented the sleeves cuffs and bodice the Long full skirt gathered at the bodice had u Ruf Fleat the hem bridesmaids were mrs Deb goodnature Clarks Grove. Becky Tennis Minneapolis and mama vollum Minneapolis they were dressed like the maid of Honor each attendant carried a nosegay of Orange Daisy mums and German Static framed in lace Chuck Nelson. Kimball. Brother of the Groom was Best Man groomsmen were Jeff Sharkey and Kurt Peterson. Minneapolis and Mark Manege. Idle hour club holds meeting mrs. Donald Nelson was hostess when the Idle hour birthday club Rural Glenville met in her Home Friday afternoon. Members having september birthdays were mrs de Thompson and mrs. Philip Wallin mrs. Lynn Citurs Albert Lea and mrs. Dick Allen were guests. Members attending were mrs. Sidney quam mrs. Fred Behr mrs. Ellard Thompson mrs. Verl Wallin mrs. Rea Wallin and mrs. Merlin Wallin. Mrs. Rea Wallin received the attendance prize and mrs Ellard Thompson will be the october hostess. Brother of the Bride us Liers were Greg Riser Rochester. Chuck Hanson Clarks Grove Hob Levison and Brian o Brien Candle lighters were mrs Margaret Christopherson. Richfield Cousin of the Bride and Mary Don Harwood. St Paul mrs Alyce Hanson Wilmar. Was the brides s personal attendant mrs Peggy Knudson was organist Kent Johnson was trumpeter Dick Lindell was soloist vocal selections were provided by Slarb Tennis. Min Neapolis. Mary Tennis. Duluth. Cindy Tennis Grad Tennis. Morris and Slette. Min Neapolis Reader was mrs Margaret Christopherson mrs Florence Benson. Hollandale. Had charge of t he Flowers a reception was he id in the Church social Hull following the ceremony or and mrs Dak Milton. Austin Uncle and aunt of lie Bride and or and mrs Dick Satre Rochester brother in Law and sister of the Groom were hosts mrs Clyde Hatch Alden. And mrs Ron Wood tide Cut the cake mrs Jirry Reed and mrs Marian . Austin poured Coffee Mary White. Min Neapolis and Nora Frydenlund. Hayward. Served punch Nancy Popp. Hutchinson. Registered the guests. Waitresses were Vicki Reed Cousin of the Bride. A j Entorf. Nancy Petran. Cindy Tennis and Patrice Woodside gift carriers were Caroline Gruninger Lloldi ii. Mass Niece of the Groom Jeff sat re. Rochester Nephew of tin Groom Anil Jason Jensen Cousin of the Groom and Corey goodnature both of Clarks Grove Grace Circle of the women s society for chests service served the reception a wedding dunce was held at the american following the reception the couple will in making their Home at 2311 pleasant a be so. Minneapolis following a wedding trip to Florida Trie Bride is a graduate of Albertia a High school and graduated from the University of Minnesota As a registered Jental hygienist with a Bachelor of science degree in education she is an instructor in the dental Hygiene program at the u of m. School of dentistry the Groom graduated from Albert High school in attended St Cloud state University for two years and is now a student at the University of Minnesota. St Paul Campus majoring in agronomy he is employed by Willard industries. 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R i Asili Omati macii1nl Model 362 with front drop in Bobbin. Built a Blind hem stitch an extra wide Sig-2ag capacity and snap on Presser Teet. Tins is a great machine for All your Basic sewing needs. Carrying Case or Cabinet extra. Singer takes Trade ins bring in your old machine and Well give you another generous chunk off the Sale once of a new machine we can give you More on an old Singer machine but Well take almost any sewing machine you be got. The world s biggest sewing machine Singer f or. And mrs. Howard Dennis Nelson Honore don50fh year or and mrs Martin it Luhm. Waseca. Were honoured sept ii on their Golden anniversary wll a family supper at the King Melody inn. Waseca following supper a reception and dance were held at the american in Gion club hosts for the evening Wen the couple s children or and mrs Willard Kaitim. Minneapolis. Or and mrs Clinton us Ulm. Or and mrs Gary lil Uhm or and mrs John Bluhm and or and mrs David Claudette Knutson. All of mrs Karen Thorson Rochester and or and mrs Larr Pluhm Albert Lea All of the honoured couple s Brothers and Sisters were at Tendance coming from As far As California and in Diana among the guests Wen mrs Hans i Mildred i Kohnert. Who had been maid of Honor at the used dog Mil Krum it Luhm. Mankato. Who had Best Man a mock wedding was staged fur the 1mki guests present on sept the Bluhm family held i gathering at Clear Park. Waseca. It was the first reunion in 15 years for the 10 Brothers and Sisters double wedding planned or and mrs John Gertsen. Hollandale announce the engagements of their daughters Jeanie to Jack Butler ton of or and mrs Robert Butler it 1, Austin and Linda to Dave Thompson son of or and mrs Marvin Thorn is ont 4. Austin Jeanie a graduate of Albert Lea High school and Austin Community College is u registered nurse employed at St mar s Hospital in Rochester her Fiance is it graduate of Blooming i Rairie High school and has a Bachelor of science degree i n a a econ Ornis f Rorn t he t Niv Ersita of Minnesota he is farming Berntsen is a graduate of Albert Lea High school also of Austin vocational technical Institute she is .1 licensed practical nurse employed at is Mary s Hospital in Rochester her fume is a graduate of Blooming Lairie High school and is attending Albert i am area vocational technical Institute and is in the second ear constructive electrician s program the double wedding will turf place dec it it St a dual s Church Austin everything from mens Woric shoes. Women dress shoes. And baby shoes. Yes we said everything in Hie Plymouth shoe store is discounted for 3 hrs. 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