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lucky survivors.'"- ••<•' 'Ahe frndlh<*»l -W»*T^^^ At ""the rcgulkV meeting \>t the *»««'»>VW<^*««yti,'^n'"^^^ iConin^rclal club 'Tuesday kven- fnUiir .4U\d tli* d«uWi riiQB t^^i'l ing. U .'j. Polltt Was olettea prcs* J ident. TJvo 9lub will sponsoi; vhe | nnnual Comthunity stilli, -.Yie date be March 17. with Reuben Dcer- i i^g ji,6 WcUoftter. LOftch W»« j served after the business teasion. Mcs^amcs E. W. Johnson and Clarence Carlson and ^iiss Violet SWansoh wei'e' hostesses, nt s mi-scellaneoiis shower at the Swanson home near 'Peterabur^ Tuesday afternoon for VeoiiajXap a February bride. ^An approprlat* table decoration was a decbrated suitcase virlth ribbons attached to hearts leading to the plncea ot the hrldi-'to-bo and other guests. ,/Karen Pbllel was t|even, years old fe'cb. *18 aiid invited evei-y one mother,' Mrs. Ebba Flygare, and in the first grade and several other little frenda to como to her home after school. Mrs. II. J. Pollcl served a lunch. Sgt. Kenneth Flygare was lucky enough to h?ive a furlough over his birthday #ob. 16 nnd his brother, Alden, had a birthday party in his honor Friday evening. Supper was served after .in evening of visiting. Kenneth left Saturday morning for a camp near Alexandria, La. Mr. nnd Mrs. lieRoy Anderson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Stahn of Fairmont visited Mrs, Nels Handevldt 'Sunday on • hor birthday. At the supper table at the :<S. H. Peterson home for a birthday supper Feb. 16 Wei-e Mr. and M^si H.C. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs, Rob-' ert C. Peterson and daughters and the members of his own household. First Sgt. Erban Krohn, who has been with this family on furlough the past ten days, left Thursday for Camp "feowie, Texas. Monday evening Sgt..Krohn and wife and son, I^eo Eiden and wife and Joey and Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Peterson and John Kramer were entertained at the C.N. Swanson home with thff Walter Swanson family and Mi'- and Mrs. Arvid Swanson present. Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Nelson entertained at a Valentine party Thursday evening In honor of their brother, Kenneth Flygare. An evening of games and contests was played. The hostess carried out the Valentine inotif In the lunnh with windwiches and cookies In heart shapes. At the Immanuei Lutheran church Sunday, Feb. 18, at 2 p.m. the Rev. N.O. Montan performed the marriage, of Veona Asp and Earl Rossow. Mrs. N.O. Montan was at the pipe organ and played nj^ny ..^aV. uifd^J^TliV jul^d8ylit\sl'! hor attendant, LaVola Smnage ot Lt^ftdfleld wore street dresses. The bride 's . dtess .was .of.. beige, wool nnd tho bridesmaid's of black nnd white crepe. Both wore black hnts and corsages' '61 "pTnU roies an&' yellow > ^tilrfodils. the bride» groom '1 or, Wlinam Rossow. A ^4Ucr wai 'wifertvbd by 'the Asps' son, Herbert, who .hod just come bai:lc 'lb" thti stales atter . A two month voyage to Quran. Herbert, wii. is in thfiina^-y just !an> 'led in .^in SFVittfidiwo'fVsbi'iS^and hopes'to hnve a furlougn and come home, j Mr, and Mfs, ,<iiaro,ijce Carlson, Harold and Rbiiltld, >»r)Bre ' at the Clifford Carfson hotno In Cnriew, Sunday, Feb, 11. They wore joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson of Bode, la. Mrs. ^ancy ttcKelil writes yronii aear Lake, Wis., that she will soon be coming to her home again, pos;

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  1. Estherville Daily News,
  2. 01 Mar 1945, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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