PARTY FOR NORWEGIANS VISITING MICHAEL & JOHN JOHNSON INVITED
Woods. Mrs. Coris J a n r i r e n u . Winthrop day.' - i n - l a w niid Mrs. A l l c p Stewart, and Point Road. cub scout pack t e n t h anniversary the Ran- l i a r y included 89th oldest a Paul- and son. . returned to ttipir home Mrs. Ray- a n u s date and By Press' Herald Photographer Curran Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jenssen Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jenssen, A u f - .c-eL. :! JNorway, will celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary, w i t h an open house this evening in lie home of their d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Olga Westwlg. peean V i e w Avenue, Avenue, South Portland. Mr. and VIrs. Jcnsxen came here from Aufted In the Fall, and will remain remain with Mrs. Westwig u n t i l AugUst. The Jerissens have three other children in this Country. John A. Jenssen. Mayland Street. Mrs. Granville R. McLeod, Walton Street, and Miss Margit Jenssen. New York City. Guests this evening will include Mr. and Mrs. Jenssen. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod. Mr. and Mrs. Kris- Man TobiassPn, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anton Jansrn. Mr. and Mrs. J. Austacl. Mr. and M r s . Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rudolf Westwig and son, Chri.stien. and daughter, Wally. and Mrs. Ludwig Westwig.