The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 30, 1976 · Page 5
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Jensen family reunites in Underwood Correction Seventy-six members of the Jensen family gathered for their list family reunion, June 27, at the American Legion Hall, Underwood. The original Peder Helstead Jensen family lived five miles southeast of Underwood near German Lake. Five children were born to Peder Helstead Jensen and Anna Marie Olson Jensen. They were Maren (Mrs. Neis Jensen), .Karen Hansina (Mrs. Lars Jensen), Anna Be.'rea (Mrs. Arthur Maelntyre), Jens, and CHof, all of whom are deceased. After the loss of his first wife, Peder returned to Denmark and chose a second wife. Ste was Karen Margaret Hansen. They had eight children; Walter, Ana Marie (Mrs. Willie Olson), George, Edna (Mrs Eddie Olson), Albin, Nels Hardy and Carl Freddie. Two of the three surviving members, Edna and Hardy, were present at the reunion. Four of the spouses from the first generation were present. Ten second generation, 18 third generation, 25 fourth generation and quite a few fifth generation were present. Time was spent at the reunion gathering pictures and information to compile the .Marriage Licenses • John David Ihames, 20, fort Vail..)-, Ga,, and Mary Ann Hedlund, 23, 335 N. Wnitford Thomas Eugene Halbakken, 22, Pelican Rapids, and Rebecca Marie Knutson, 18,213 W. Vernon. Fergus Falls (Hn.) Journal family/living Wed, JUM 30,1976 4-H'ers promenade for annual aress review Last night, 150 participants from West Otter Tail County presented their sewing projects in (he annual county t-H Clothing Judging took place during the day in the Fergus Falls Junior High commons a nd awards were presented following the program Four of the participants will take their outfits to the State Fair They are Maureen Holo, Kari Hustad, Lori Ufckelterg and Karen Klovstad. , The beginner participants voted arr.:r.g themselves for the project to represent them, and selected Heidi HcJden. The advanced participants chose Lori Ukkelberg as "Miss 4-H" All the garments will be on display at the Otter Tail County Fair! Four-H Winners Named, left to right: Margie Roehl structton; SandyBuran,Fergus Falls, Jr. ChampioncW^rtionl'SkihyR^Ferg^FalK First Year Beguuer Reserve Champion Construction; Grace Frame, Battle Lake 1st yar BeriMer Chammon Cocstn.rtirm, H,iHi »,vien, Fergus Falls, Beginner Mfc, t^to&yK^Dato^' Construction; Jennifer Kolding Fergus Falls," " Be|limerPrtafessesiHn«dfor«I;lelttoright: Jennifer K«Wing, Fergm F»Ds ttiyi attendant- Connie Leverson, Fergus Falls, Zud year princess; Kathy Hanson, Dalton, 2nd year attendant 1 Shearer-Steen say vows JoAnn Lucille Shearer and Michael John Steen were united in marriage June 5 jf Federated Church in Fergus Falls, with Rev. William Sebring and Father Joseph Fridgen officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John E. Shearer, Underwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard j. Steen, East Grand Forks. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of white angel peau, featuring a princess skirt with re-embroidered alencon lace appliques and matching lace around the cathedral train. Her long veil of double silk illusion was edged with matching lace and held in place by a Juliet crown. She carried a bouquet of white roses with blue daisies. Carol Klein, Grand Forks Air Force Base, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Debbie Bucholz, Grand Forks, N.D.; Rosemary Malone, Si Cloud, and Kim Steen, East Grand Forks, sister of the groom. Jodi Shearer, Underwood, was flower girl and Gregory Stevenson, West Fargo. N.D.. nephew of the groom, was the ring bearer. Jim Jester, Grand Forks, was the best man and groomsmen were Mel Klein, Grand Forks Air Force Base, Jim JoANN and MICHAEL STEEN Shearer, Underwood, and Jeff cousin of the groom. Shearer, Wahpeton, N.D., The couple will make their brothers of the bride. home in Grand Forks Kevin Steen, East Grand Sleen is attending the Forks, the groom's brother, University of North Dakota was the candle lighter. Ushers School of Engineering. The were Allen Hicks, Elbow Ijke, bride is employed by Valley- cousin of the bride, and Dick Lumber Company, East Grand Lenzmeier. Grand Forks, Forks. e and Placest Personal & Social Margaret Ann Heisel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heisel, New Brighton, and formerly Fergus Falls, graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine and received an award for outstanding scholarship. She was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, national honorary medical fraternity in her junior year. She began her three years of residency in pediatrics at University Hospital, Minneapolis, June 22. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dvbdal, Waterford, Calif., were guests of his sister and brother, Eleanor and Don Dybdal and attended Philip Dybdal's 5«h class reunion in Fergus Falls. Mr. and Mrs. George Curtis and daughters, Laurie and Lisa, Altena, Mich., were recent visitors of Mrs. Curtis' mother, Grace Evenson, Fergus Falls, and with other relatives in the area. Kenneth Herbraistn, ClitheraU, graduated with distinction from the University of Minnesota, Si. Paul, with a double major in Animal Science and Agricultural and Applied Economics. He is training near Chicago for a management position with the Babson Brothers. Barbara Peterson, a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, was named to the dean's honor list for the second semester, with a grade point average of 3.5 or better. Dion Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thorpe, Rothsay, entered basic training at the U.S. Air. Force Academy near Colorado Springs, Colo., June M. Church activities Bethlehem ALCW meets Thursday, July 1, at 1:30 p.m. Morrison Missionary Chapter, Church of the Nazarene, meets Thursday, 2:30 p.m. at the home of Reno Mittlestadt, 526 W. Vasa. Salvation Army Home League meets Thursday, 2 p.m. for a special patriotic meeting with two films depicting flags and Bicentennial U.S.A Workshop at 10 a.m. Everyone welcome. Clubs & Societies Fergus Falls Christian Women's Club invites interested persons to a luncheon on Thursday, July 8, at the Holiday Inn. Marilyn Lee from Clear- water will be featured, discussing canning. Come at i? noon and bring a friend. Call in reservations by July 6 to Pat Johnson, 73S-7275. Lake Region Hospital Discharged Tuesday, Danielle Anderson, 1027 Jefferson PI. Kittel Anderson, Elbow fjke Foster Barton, 219 W. Bancroft John Helgeson, Pelican Rapids Chester Marquette, Underwood Margaret Michaelson, 412 W. Beech JoAnn Norberg, Battle Lake Nellie Peach, Dent Leroy Pederson, Battle Lake Amy B. Spaulding, Chokk) Odessa Van Winkel, Dent Births A son, Erik Sethre, was Grandparents are Dr. and born June 28, at St. Mary's, Mrs. Ralph Eckman, Duluth, to Dr. and Mrs. Duluth, and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Eckman, Daluth. Alvin Sethre, Carlisle. Bicentennial celebrated at Broen Home Broen Memorial Home is having a Bicentennial celebration on Friday, July 2, from 10 a.m. to ^ pjn. The festivities, which include games, contests, musical numbers, concessions, and craft selling, will take place on the front lam. Mr, and Mrs. Ed Becbtel, cochairmen of the Fergus Falls Bicentennial committee, will present some Bicentennial information at 2 p.m. Friends and relatives of the residents at Broen Home are invited to attend. Mrs. Jaycees to All Mrs. Jaycees are urged to attend a special meeting Thursday, July l. The evening will begin at 7:30 for a lour of the Junior High School and should meet at the Junior High doors. This will be a lime for all members to become acquainted with the locations of various seminars, forums and business meeting for the upcoming 1976 Summer Awards State Convention July 15-17. Following the tour, the meeting will begin at the YMCA. MPKIVi BKIBil, | UTESSUIK J? Fast Service, *» Beautiful Styles, ;i Reasonably Priced! 5 Napkins Imprinted * Free with S25 Wedding Order family (ree in pictures arid to complete the fact sheets for the family geneaology being compiled for a book. There will be a Bicentennial church sen-ice at Roosevelt Park, Sunday, July 4, at 7:30 p.m. The time was given as 6:45 p.m. in Monday's special e rents calendar. - IN CONCERT The Kousu Family Gospel Singers HENNING HIGH SCHOOL Friday, July 2 - 8 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME DRIVE-IN THEATRE AtDusk-AdiJts»1.50 Child™ Under 14 FREE Always 2 B ie Pictures BUFORD PUSSER's own true story PART 2 TMIJlUOfTHEtWUUOCHS, TKtUST OfTMIR .. IUS1Y MB --"-(PG) FERGUS Adnltsfl.SO-CUldrea I'aderU—Bclnc. 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