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Lismore News 10-3-12

October 9, 2012

Call Deb Lutmer with your Lismore News or email it to ncreview@myclearwave.net
Opening duck hunting, an annual Krogman tradition was continued again this year. In the afternoon a dinner was hosted by Bruce & Ruth Lutmer of Brooklyn Park at their acreage near Leota. Those in attendance were: Dean Krogman, Brookings, SD; Mary (Krogman) Hoffman, Sioux City, IA; Bill Krogman and Ben Hoffman (no relation to Mary), St. Cloud area; Josh Krogman, Columbia Heights; Karla Gedell, Minneapolis; Theresa Van Lith, Phoenix, AZ; Rick Lutmer, Omaha, NE; and Dave & Cody Lutmer, Tom & Mary Krogman, Mark & Matt Loosbrock and Lori & Bob Holzmer, all of Lismore.

  One of the Nobles County Dairy Princesses is Morgan Wieneke, daughter of Andrew and Michele Wieneke of rural Lismore.  Morgan and her co-princess, Kalene DeBoer, were featured in the "Today's Farm" supplement of the Worthington Daily Globe last week.  Although she attends Lake Area Technical College in Watertown, SD, Morgan continues to promote the dairy industry in any way she can.  Whether it's a parade, farm tours, or sharing knowledge with little children, Morgan loves being able to "bring the farm" to people who might not know much about how milk products get to the store.  The Wieneke's got out of dairy farming in 2007, but Morgan has continued to work on other farms. She is committed to her studies so she can eventually manage a dairy farm or cattle ranch.  We wish you well, Morgan.  Good luck in your endeavors!  

Don't forget to sign up (if you haven’t already) for the Buddy Walk, which is scheduled for October 6th at the lower park in Adrian.  The Buddy Walk is to raise awareness and provide support for Downs Syndrome children and their families.  

Karla (Krogman) Gedell, Minneapolis and her friend, Theresa Van Lith of Phoenix, AZ was a weekend guest Sept. 19-20 in the home of her mother, Alma Krogman at the Oaks in Luverne.  Karla reports that her mom is doing very well and that The Oaks really agrees with Alma---such nice people there!

  Congratulations to the confirmants from the parish of St. Anthony:  Jake Diekmann, son of Tom & Lisa and Nick Lorang, son of Mark & Janine. Bishop Harrington confirmed them on Wednesday evening.  

Making their annual weekend trip to Warrens, WI to attend the Cranberry Fest were Ken & Vickie Leinen. They also visited with Vickie’s parents, Art & Millie Brandt in Rochester all the way.  

A group of ten "Lutmer Ladies" visited New York City for a few days last week, most of them for the first time.  Enjoying the "Big Apple" and it's many sights, sounds, and culture included: Debby (Lutmer) Wieneke, Adrian and her daughters, Christy Preuss, Adrian  & Tracy Sursely, Madison, SD and her daughter-in-law, Maria Vu (wife of Darin Wieneke), Minneapolis; Deb Lutmer (wife of Dave), Lismore; Roxy Scholl (wife of Gary Lutmer), St. James; Linda Lutmer (wife of Rick), Omaha, NE; Linda (Lutmer) Bartl, Aberdeen, SD; Barb Lutmer (wife of Randy), Louisville, KY; and Lori (Lutmer) Delano, Annandale.  

Nina Weidert, a student at USD-Vermillion, was home for the first time since departing for college.  On Thursday evening, she attended the AHS volleyball game with her parents, Jim & Kris Weidert, to watch her younger sister, Olivia.

  Mrs. Raphael (Aletha) Schnieder is a resident of the Adrian Care Center where she is recuperating from a recent fall at her home.

  Ray & Bette LeBrun spent Sunday afternoon at the MN Veteran’s Home in Luverne visiting with Eddie & Donna Deutsch, Gil & Vonnie Metz and Floyd & Joan Johnson.  They all commented on the beautiful fall day and the beautiful colors in the trees this year.  

Deb Lutmer and her sister, Vicki Dew of Willmar were Friday overnight guests in the home of their sister, Carol Giroux, in Wheaton.  They all attended the Wheaton homecoming football game.  Their great-nephew and grandson, Seth Callenius, was one of the sixteen senior players that defeated Hancock 70-8!   

Ed and Mary Hoffman, Sioux City, IA and their daughter, Amanda, a student at University of Iowa, were weekend guest in the home of his parents, Quentin and Rosemary Hoffman in Wilmont.   


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