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2 - THE HENDRICKS PIONEER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1974 THE HENDRICKS PIONEER JOEL AND CARILLON TORGERSON Owners and Publishers An independent newspaper published every Thursday in Hendrieks, Minnesota 56136 Subscription Rates (Payable in Advance) @.o 1867 " Second Class Postage Paid at Hendrieks, Minnesota Lincoln & Adjoining Counties Per Year $4.7,5 . ,Six Monflw .6 Elsewhere in Mirmesoa and U. S. Per Year 5.. Six Montl $3 Foreign Rates on Request |0 YEARS AGO will be tried on Monday, The previously announced sketball jamboree at the school bym has now definite- ly been scheduled for Friday evening, February 7. Feat- ure of the evening will be a basketball game between farmers and businessmen, with Irwin Johnson coaching and Harold 8ahr the same for the businessmen. Henry Kluess has been confined to his home for several days with a touch of pneumonia. Duane Crowser, Donald Knutson and Ernest Nornes fished on Wolf Lake east of Bemidji last Wednesday, returning home Friday with a good catch of fish. Mrs. Helen Kopischke and Jimmy of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. James Dora and Julia of Rochester were visitors at the Alden Dorn home over the weekvnd. 20 YEARS AGO Some 125 persons gathered at the Hendricks school last Wednesday evening for the fopnation of a new Parent- Teacher Association. Fol- lowing talks by Dr. Herman- son and Supt. Reinertson, those present chose a group of officers who will head aCtivities for the remainder of the year. president - Ed i0senthal, vice-president- /vlys. Oliver Thompson, secretary- Mrs. Virgil Trulock and Norvald Troo- Sen as treasurer. Local school buses made trips around their regular routes to bring in parents who wanted to use that form of transportation. Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Buchholz and Diane, ac- companied by Donna Buch- holz and Helen Janes, were visitors on Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Buchholz. This was little Diane's fir.t trip to the farm home of her March 6th before Judge Harold Baker in Granite. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stegner anl daughter, Betty Jean, and Miss Fern Christ- ,. m.-.n were Sunday dinner guests at Andrew Stegner's. 50 YEARS AGO Albert E. Johnson and family and John, Emma and Petra Kirkvold helped Mrs. E. E. Behrens celebrate her birthday anniversary Saturday evening. Drs. Jensen and Nelson removed the tonsils for Oscar Winsness Friday, a neat bit of surgery. Peter Klrkvold helped Pete Forseth butcher Monday. Art 8enz bought the big barn on the Mrs. Fjeseth lot in the north part of town and is moving it to his farm south of town. NOTICE open house and dance in honor of Mr• and Mrs. Ted Skorczewski on their 30th wedding anniversary will be hetd on.Saturday, February 9, 1974. Open house 1-4 p.m. at 900 8th Avenue N.W., Waseca, Minnesota. Dance- 9:00 p.m. at American Legion, Waseca• No invitations will be sent. 4-2c Card of Thanks I wish to take this opport- unity to thank all my rela- tives, friends and neighbors for being so kind to us while I was a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Minn- eapolis. Thanks to those who visited me, for sending • gifts, cards and your prayers. A special thanks to Rev. Kallevig for his visit and prayers. Alto a special thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Oison of Minneapolis and to Mr• and Mrs. Curtis Quisnell for all their kindness to us and all FIEST LUTHERAN & 81NGSAA8 CHUIHKS Ha, roM W. Melby, PaYor Thursday, 1/31- Circle Bible Study Leaders at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 2/3 - Communion Services at 9:30 a. m., Sun- day School at 10:30 a. m., Family Night at Singsaas at8 p.m. Tuesday, 2/5 - Circles meet Wednesday, 2/6- Junior Lutherans after school. NO CHOIR Singsaas - Sunday, 2/3 - Sunday School at 10 a.m., Com- munion Services at 11 a• m. Family Night at 8 p.m. Wednesday, 2/6 - Senior Choir at 8 p.m. Thursday, 2/7 - ALCW at 2p.m. Parish: Sunday, 2/3 - Morning Service with Holy Commun- ion at 9:30 a.m. in Legion Hall, Sunday School at 10:30 a• m. in Legion Hall and Homes, Junior Luther League Meeting in Legion Hall at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, 2/6 - Senior Confirmation Class in School at 3:30 p. m. Thursday, 2/7- Junior Confirmation Class in School at 3:30 p. m., Church Council Meeting at Robert Martin's home at 8 p.m. MARBI LUTHERAN CHURCH Lloyd C. KaUevig, Palewr Saturday, 2/2 - 8th Grade Saturday, 2/2 - Confir- Confirmation Class at 9 a.m. marion Classes at Calvary 9 th Grade Confirmation at 9:30 a.m. Class at 10:30 a. m. FAITH LUTHERAN BRETHKEN CHUKCH Gordon Sollaeim, Paster 1/30 - 2/8 - Foreign Mission Conference at Fer- gus Falls 1/81 - Mission Society at the home of Mrs. Luella Pederson at 2 p• m. , Con- firmation Instruction at 3:45 p.m. Sunday, 2/a- Worship Service at 9:30 a. m., Sun- day School and Aduit Bible Class at 10:40 a• m. Mission Sunday Wednesday, 2/6- Bible Study and Prayer Service at8 p.m. 81om Prairie - Toronto - Thursday, 1/31- Bible Study and Prayer Service at8 p.m. at Mrs. Hazel Erickson Sunday, 2/3- Sunday School and Adult Bible Study at 10 a• m., Worship Service at 11 a• m. Sunday, 2/3 - Morning Worship at 8:15 a. m., Sun- day School at 9:20 a. m. .CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH Llol C. KaUevig, Pastor Saturday, 2/2 - Confir- mation Classes at 9:30 a•m. Sunday, 2/3 - Morning - Worship at 9:45 a. m., Sun- day School at 10:45 a. m. Monday, 2/4- Pioneer Girls after school TRINITY EVANGELICAL" LUIERAN CHURCH Wisconsin Synod W. H. Allward% Patttor Sunday, 2/3 - Sunday School at 9:46 a. m., Church Services at 10:45 a. m• Wednesday, 2/6 - Con- firmation Class and Release Time at 3:40 p. m. Card of Thanks GKACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Robert Jame Pastor Wednesday, 1/30 - Choir practice at 7 p.m. Thursday, 1/1- Marriage Enrichment Class at Hen& ricks School Iyrmasium at 7:30 p. m. Friday, 1/1 - Bloodmobile at the Church at 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Sunday, I/3 - Church School Classes at 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship at 10:45 a.m., UMYF at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, 2/6 - Choir Practice at 7 p• m• Sunday, 2/10- Next A dult Confirmation Class at Church at 7:30 p.m. Topic - "The United Meth- odist Church" Thanks forever to those in a professional capacity and to those in an official cap- acity and to all those who served and to all relatives and fine friends who gave comfort by their presence and kind words at the funer- al of Bessie Reppe., Ben Reppe Milo Reppe's Allan Reppe's Cleon Reppe John Reppt.'s Jerry Brandts' Ralph Vigna's Dean ;eoe's Mary Sluiter's 5-1c Card of Thanks I wish to thank the doctors and nurses of the Hendrtcks Hospital for the fine care I received while a patient • Card of Thanks A special thanks to Drs. Mueller and Dr. Thompson and the entire hospital staff for the wonderful care I received while a patient. Also to Pastor Knutson and everyone who remembered me with visits. I appreciat- ed it very much. God Bless you all. Darwin Vick 5-1c Card of Thanks I want m thank all you people for giving me so much support when I was at the state Junior Miss Pag- eant. Thanks so much for remembering me with letters, gifts, cards, telegrams, newspaper page, and signs. I have reaped many rich llessings from this week. I want to extend a special thanks to Julie Midtaune for coming down to owa- tonna and playing piano for me and practicing with me. Sincerely, Darice Sandro 5-1c Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for their expressions of sym- pathy and memorials in memory of my dear hus- L band and our father. A thanks to the American Legion of Lake Benton for their part in their services. "A special thanks to R e v. Kallevig and Rev. Knutson for their prayers and com- forting words, to Lloyd and David Johnson for their ser- vices, to the soloist and organist, to the ladies who served the dinner and the Calvary Lutheran Church for their funeral services, , to all who brought food and assisted in any way. It was very much appreciated. God Bless you all. Mrs. Sigurd G. Vick Sr. and family 5- lc Card of Thanks A special thanks to Dr. Mueller and Dr. Thompson and the entire hospital staff and everyone who helped Sigurd during his illness and" stay at the hospital. God Bless each one. Mrs. Stgurd G. Vick Sr. and family 5- lc 'Card of Thanks I wish to thank thedoc- tots, the nurses, for the fine care I received while I was a patient at the hos- pital• Ray. Melby for his visits and thanks also to all of you who sent cards and gifts and those of you who visited me. Vernilla Dorn 5-Ic I I  " "I I The HENDRICKS grandparents, that they did for my wife there. Thanks also to Pas- while she visited me there. WOOD  tor Kallevig for his visits CLINIC 30 YEARS AG.O God Bless you all• LUTHERAN CII and to all others who visited J hu J. Hexum 5-1p -- Louis Ueland 5-1p Dr. C• O.  M.D. Miss Anna Leuning, : Harold O. Bailey, PmRor me and sent cards.  daughter of Mr. and Mrs• Correction Sunday, 2/3 - Worship NOTICE Dr. LeR Mueller, M.D. Fred Leuning, was united The Pioneer unintentton- Service at 9:30 a. m., Sun-  & ha marriage to Mr. Ralph ally omitted the name of day School at 11 a. m• I am closing my shop el- . Danielson at the New Grove "Gambles" from the full- Parish: fective March 15, 1974. OIFIgIR HOUI: Evangelical church parson- page ad "Good Luck, Darice" Thursday, 1/31 - Senior I will be moving to Granite age on Saturday, January 16. in the January 24th issue. Confirmation at 5 p.m• FAIls, Minnesota to live Wwkd Rev. D. A. Davis officiated Friday, 2/1 - Bible Brief- with my sister, Mrs• Mar- 1#.11 am.. I'..K$  using the single ring cere- mony. Mist Lillian Leun- ing, sister of the bride, was the only attendant. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Me- Knight of Long Beach, Calif., are the parents of a baby boy, born Monday, January 18, 1943. Mrs. McKnight will be remem- bered as Eunice Tollefson. On Tlmrsday afternoon of last week the fire depart- paent was caUed out to ench a fire at the home tf Guy Wright and his ther. Guy had been thawing out some water pipes with a blowtorch and evidently some sparks went p the walls, smoldered ¢or a time and then started flre. The blaze, was con- fined between two joists in the wall and the firemen re off a few shingles on ,the edge of the roof and "extinguished it with chem- -ica B. 40 YEARS AGO A grand Jury on last Fri- . day returned an indictment "against Ole Anderson of Canby and his son Leonard Anderson of murder in the third degree. The case Correction The Cub Scout Blue and Gold Banquet will be held at the First Lutheran Fellow- ship Hall at 7 p.m. on Wed- nesday, February 20 (rather than Friday of that week as previously announced. ) ing at 2 p.m. Wednesday, 2/6 - Junior Confirmation at 4:45 p. m., TABS at Susan Christian- sen's at 7:80 p.m. at all timesl PHARMACY celia Ellgen at 1005 13th 8Mmnlalm  Street, Granite Falls, Minnesota 56241. --'----- Vemilla Dom 5-1c  111 IIII Hendricks PI0 FU'N NI6HT Saturday February 2 High School Gymnasium 7:30 p.m. BaSketball Games Town Gals vs. Country Gals ( Town Guys vs. Country Guys ( Lunch Drawings Prizes Music i ( Admissions -- Adults $0€. Cildren 25€ - Family $1.50 i Retirement and Nursing, Home Folks at both Retirement Home and Nursing Home as- sembled the first part of last week for the viewing of a film entitled "The Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes". It drew chuckles from those watching it, as trick photo- graphy went to work and showed the consequences of a sudden dry up of the lakes. It was funny. It was Hospital Auxiliary time around the Retirement Home again last Wednesday. We believe its good for everyone around, residents, auxiliary members, staff, as pats cross, words are ex- changed, glances met, pleas- ant thought of good will ex- changed. The ward service comes out with a capital S. We are glad the auxiliary members are making the Retirement Home their home. We think especially today of the faithful mem- bers coming here once a month sunshine or rain, summer or winter, and really responsible for the main pulse of the organiza- tion. We are real happy to see the occasional comers too; also pitching in when the various service projects are in motion. Can we just pause for a moment and visualize how it really would be if there were no hospital and thus no hospital auxiliary. We like it better with the hospital in our midst. Bevelyn Olson's Tuesday afternoon meeting with in- terested residents brought back to them many fond recollections of yester-years as she read and they talked about happenings found in a short story called "Snow- bound". Bevelyn also had with her a corn popper, and they munched popped corn as the listened and talked. Put to good use is a lap- . robe given by Mrs. Justin Anderson. Thank you Beulah. Last weeks Tuesday after- noon coffee time was made more pleasant with Mrs. Art Scotting, Mrs. Bob Rosenthal and Mrs. Ed Ros- enthal serving from the Grace United Methodist Church. Oscar Pederson went seven miles out in the country and spent Sunday at the David B• OLson home. | " " IIF INSURANCE SERVICE Ma. For All Your Insurance Needs See Orlan L. Sandro Mrs. Nellie Smith is back at the Nursing Home after spending a few days at the hospital after a mishap during a fall. Our hand of sympathy goes out to Mrs. Smith in the loss of two of her brothers, Bill and Sig Vick. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Nyhus of Madison, Minnesota and Mrs. Martin Mathison, Lake Benton, Minnesota February 4 - 8 ' visited with Mrs. Carrie Bread and butter, peanut Nyhus at the RetL'-.ment butter sandwiches and mil Home. served every day. Monday- Hot Dish, CoI Mrs. John Trooien Slaw, Fruit Sauce, Cookie brought the message at the Tuesday - Creamed peal weekly worship service and on Crisp Noodles, Cold ' a group of nurses brought Meat Sandwiches, Tossed three numbers in song ac- Salad, Apple Crisp companied by Alice at the Wednesday- Fish Sticks, piano• Potatoes, Vegetable, Ora I Juice, Cookie First Lutheran's 4th Sunday Thursday - Pizza, Vege family night brought the able, Fruit, Brownie Sunday devotionals with Friday - Mashed PotatoO. r Mrs. Clinton O1son offering Turkey and Gravy, Vega# scripture and prayer and Frozen Dessert Mrs. Harlan Gilbertson ac- companying the singing DR. W. P. NELSO t group which turned out to be ChirrKtor the size of a good size choir. Its enriching to notice the Elktolg B. Dak. interest of the many church OFFICE HOUR: re groups of the community 9-12 & 1-,5 Mort.  1 it shown in the Sunday devo- Closl /Lr. Affternea U s¢ tional services at the two Telephones: _. S, homes and the hospital. Res..d12.31 Of. &ll-lg el IT SPECIALS : rE at , t RN'S BEAUT SHOPI DO ' ' , i , V ,  ir HI $12.50 PERMANENTS c( si complete with haircut .. ........ !; *0 $10.00 PERMANENTS $ a, complete with haircut ............ i PER00ANENX ONLY ............ , Special prices good until March 12 ii in a! rn P li Winter o° [E POPS CONCERT in Tuesday, Feb. 12 r • W: .'i g Hendricks H. S. 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