The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 2, 1975 · Page 11
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The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota · Page 11

Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Monday, June 2, 1975
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* Lutheran Brethren Continued from pafel munleant member. The budget has been expanded 40 per cent in the past two years and the budgets have been over- subscribed. This year the church anticipates another 19 per cent increase in budget. In addition to this two large building projects have been undertaken. A library- classroom building is presently being constructed with oc- cupancy hoped for in the fall. Over- half of the cost of this building has already been subscribed over and above the liudgets. A retirement home also has been built this past year in Mesa, Ariz. This evening is "Inter- national N'ight." The speakers will be the four presidents of I-utheran Brethren bodies in · four foreign countries. The · service at 7:45 p.m. in the Junior High School auditorium is open to the public. Ducklings recovered MIAMI BEACH (AP) --Fif- teen ducklings are back home- on-the-pond with their mothers today after a family rescued them from' would-be pet own- ers. Bunny Sands said her chil- dren, Karen, 11, and Brian, 10, learned that people were sneaking on a local golf course after dark and taking the ducklings from a pond. Police investigated, but soon "* Lutheran Brethren In Fergus Falls yesterday. The morning SerVlCe WaS " ****««" ° f baccalaureate for graduate, of the Bmhren Schflols ^ the opening 75ih aimlversary Fergus Falls (MR.) lourpal Mon., June 2,1975 11 gave up,, saying they couldn't keep up with the little ducks. So Mrs. Sands began a houseby- nouse search last week. "I recovered nine by going into the homes of people up and down the street," she said. "I niade a lot of enemies doing it, hut those ducks were not theirs' They belong to all." She said her children recov- ered six other ducks during the week. Save $ 21 to $ 41 Per Set POLVGLASMLE FOUR FOREIGN COUNTRIES - Speakers from four foreign countries will be featured at the Church of the Lutheran Brethren's "International Night" in the Junior High School auditorium at 7:45 tonight. From the left they are the Rev. David Mao, the Rev. Paul Saibou, the Rev. Thomas Warman, the Rev. Masmi Satake, and the Rev. E. H. Strom. David Mao represents Taiwan. He is a former tank commander of Chiang Kai-Shek's army and fled to Taiwan after the fall of China to the Communists. Paul Saibou represents Chad where a revolution recently over- threw a regime that practiced persecution of the Christian Church. Mr. Warman represents Cameroun. Mr. Satake represents Japan. Mr. Strom is president of the Church of the Lutheran Brethren. Harris named coach of North Stars BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota North Stars named veteran deferise- man Ted Harris as coach Monday. The 39-year-old Harris re- turns to Minnesota after spend- ing two years as an active player with National Hockey L e a g u e c h a m p i o n Philadelphia. Harris becomes the North Stars' fourth coach in two sea- sons as the club continues its efforts at rebuilding a winning team. " 1' ve spent 18 years in hockey and I figure if I haven't learned anything about the game now, I never will," said Harris, who played 16 seasons in the NHL and participated in five Stanley Cup series. NortrT Stars General . Manager Jack Gordon said, "We're aware thai he has nol coached before but Ted has played for some of the game's Finest coaches -- people like Toe Blake, Eddie Shore, Fred Shero. I'm certain he can im- part to our players skills and knowledge he learned from those men." "It's a pleasure to be back... my heart had never really left Minnesota," said Harris. "I played with a lot of younger players in Philadelphia and I feel that I understand them." Harris replaces interim coach Charlie Burns, who took over from Gordon midway through the recently concluded season. Gordon had replaced Wren Blair, who was fired following the 1973-74 season. Gordon remains as general manager while Burns will be- come assistant general man- ager. Terms of the contract were not disclosed by the North Stars although Gordon told a news conference concerned parties were happy with the agree- ment. Harris' appointment as Min- nesota coach conies six days after he announced his retire- ment as an active player. CUSHION BELT POLYGLAS Kur three days only, we're reducing the price on [his PolygLas bias-behcrl tire. Double fiberglass cord bolts lame wear-producing s q u i r m and help keep tread grooves open for jjoru! \vct traction. Double polyester cord body plies add strength and resilience for a smooth, confident ride. This Potyglas belted tire gives you real p e r f o r m a n c e - p l u s a n c x l r u m e a s u r e o f v r i L u e d u r i n g !his sale period. The lime lo buy is now. IU.\tKVVM.I.S Silt B7813 Site Price 4 for J 95 [78-H 4 lor J119 F78-14 4 far (119 G78-14 4 f B r $ m G78-15 4lorJ119 \VIIIJr.\m.LS Size 978-13 E78-14o; F78-14 Salt Price 4for$106 4 for$129 G78-14 or G78-15 4frjr$133 H78-14cr H78-15 4 for $144 J78 15 or 178-15 4 for $155 Plus $1.88 to 53.21 F.E.T. per lire. dtpjnd.rg en si;e, ar.d old lire; Sale Ends Saturday Right Lube and Oil Change Up to Sqls.of major brand multi-grade oil · Completu chassis lubrication oil change · Helps ensure longer wearing parts smooth, quiet performance · Please phone for appointment »Includes light trucks Special Alignment Balance · C o m p l e t e f r o n t - e n d a l i g n - ment correction · Balance two front wheel assemblies · Helps Increase steering safety and im- prove lire mileage Front-End Analysis ... 52.77 { I n c l u d e d w i t h A l i g n m e n t purchase]. Fuel Saver Engine Tune-Up · O-jr professionals f i n e - t u n e y o u r e n g i n e , i n s t a l points, plugs 4 condenser · In- cludes Dalsun, Toyota. VW light trucks · Add $2 for air cond. Electronic Engine Analysis . . . S2.77 ( i n c l u d e d w i t h Tune-Up purchase]. GOOD? YEAR 7 Ways to Buy at Goodyeai · Cash · Our Own Ctslomer Credit Plan · Master Chirje · BanMmcnurd · American Express Mocey Card · Carte Blanckt · Dicers Club See Your Independent Dealer For His Price. Prices As Shown At Goodyear Service Store GOODYEAR STORE 222 W. Cavour--Fergus Falls, Minn. Open Mon. thru Sat. 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. GOODYEAR DEALER NORTH UNION CHAMPLFN STATION Fergus Falls, Minnesota Singer presents the first electronic home sewing machine in the world. Select your stitch.Touch a button. And sew instantly. bank'ready to per- iormat your touch. fltfiena'EQDD, Just liipapanel to sewin-the-round. sewing machine From this moment on you can 'create' rather than operate. Because Singer en- gineers have invented an electronic space- age marvel that replaces over 350 parts. There are no cams to insert. No compli- cated adjustments. Every stitch you could want is built into a 'memory bank' Tr*i^-*. o' 1M£ S-';GE Q CGVPASY at your fingertips. The Athena 2000 sewing machine all but thinks for you. Come in for a demonstration. And let a new era of easier sewing begin for you. SINGER cwin/) Centers a-x) participating Aop'Ovcd Doa'or$ COX J ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^B tK D Jk tffWi^F Tom Zaworski ' M s r - ^ ·VJF%l%Elm W Phone 736-7661 Where We Still Bake The Old Fashioned Way Fresh From Our Ovens Daily WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS DAILY DRAWING FOR ''5.00 IN BAKERY MERCHANDISE. No purchase necessary, no obligation GIFT DRAWING Register for a BICYCLE D«wlngheld No purchase necessary, y 5 no obligation S5.00 WINNERS May Norton, Mrs. Marion Teberg, Mrs. Duane Leitch, Sue Kollmann of SI. Peler, Edward Hensch and Mrs. Dwight Hanson. 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