The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on April 29, 1976 · Page 5
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Wagon train report: Adventures, welcomes greet today's pioneers BICENTENNIAL WAGON TRAIN PILGRIMAGE (Editor's ante: Slim and Lorraine BcKmichsen are among the Minnesota!]; who are re-living history by ridiog the wagon train to Valley Forge, Pa., far a July 4celebration.The trek Is a Bicentennial project o< the state of Peusylvanla, and has dram participants .from all 50 states. The following is a report from Lorraine Boonichsen on some of their receit experiences. | Monday, April 26 DeForest, Wis. Hi to all the Otter Tail Empire people: I am hoping you are all keeping track of us through the daily broadcast over KBRF. Today we will be camping at DeForesI, Wis., which is a small town of 1,100 people between Portage and Ft. Atkinson. We came.into Wisconsin April 19 and will be in this state until May 3. We've had really good receptions here, as we did in Minnesota. The people are really turning out to see the Wigon Train, che ering a nd clapping as it goes through. As many limes as we have seen it, it still brings a lump to our throats, and other people along the wayside have told us the same thing. We had some rough weather last weekend, cold and rain Saturday, but today is beautiful and sunny. We hope it will get a little warmer, though. La st Friday noon the driver on the Minnesota wagon fell from the back of the wagon with a sack of feed, injuring his shoulder and arm, so Slim had to take over that wagon through Saturday. Friday afternoon as we were driving along, one of the big flags on the wagon ahead of us broke its pole and came sailing down right in front of our horses. Needless to say, it scared the horses and as they jumped, they broke the neck yoke. Slim held them right there and within seconds some of the outriders were thete to help hold them and the man in the wagon behind us brought a chain and fixed us up temporarily and we were in business again. When you are driving, it is very difficult to get out of the wagons quickly, so the official outriders, of which there are ten, really have their place. We have twin sisters from Bismarck, N.D., that are exceptional at that job. I rode all day Saturday with Slim and it really was terribly cold and rainy. The wind blew the rain into Ihe front of the wagon and we couldn't seem to get back far enough to eliminate il. We had a waterproof Iwrse bhi&el over our laps but by the time we got into camp even that was getting wel. The lines got so wet and slippery it was hard to hang on to them. But, that's all part of the game and it makes the sunshine even more welcome. Last night in Portage they had the whole wagon train for dinner besides some local people so there were about 200 in all. Had a really nice chicken dinner at the new municipal building. We sat across the table from the mayor and his wife and they were such nice people. We have met so many nice people that il restores your faith in America again, and I hope we are making people along the way feel the same way. We are also doing so much autographing it makes us feel like celebrities. We were happy to see Ken and Ruth Berg yesterday. It was such a surprise. The day before we visited with some people from Elbow Lake but I neglected lo get their name - thanks for talking to us, anyway! I just can't encourage you enough to come down and see Ihe train as it is moving along before we get any further away. KBRF has our schedule so you can find out from them where we are at all limes. If you do come, don't leave without seeing us — we are around someplace. More to you later — this is Slim and Lorraine from the Wagon Train. ART EXHIBIT — Brian Swansoo, Kristi Nycklemoe, Eva Anderson and Amy Lovas are four ol the children from Clare Ann Shover Nursery School who have patoticgs on eihibit at the Fergus Falls Public Library. (Journal photo by Harley Oyloe.) Concert at FFCC features AASU ensemble The Moorhead State University Chamber Ensemble will present a concert in the theater of the Fergus Falls Community College Humanities building Sunday, May 2 at 7:30 p.m. The concert will include works for strings and keyboard from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods of music. The event is open to the public and admission is free. Members of the group are William Wilson, orchestra director and violinist at MSU; Mary King Osterfield, string instructor at MSU and principal People and Places Personal & .Social Nancy Hesse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hesse, Underwood, will be honored at a special Honors Day convocation at 9:40 a.m. Wednesday, May 5 al Golden Valley Lutheran College. Lake Region Hospita Wednesday, Discharged April 28: Roselle Bjorgo, Underwood Linda Gambey, Route 3 Elroy Gladback, Richville Julian fiustafson, Route 3 Jacob 0. Jacobson, 1017 N. Marien Calma Johnson, 725 S. Peek Walter Lacombe, Ortonville Patricia Lysr.e, 503?z S. Court Alfred Madsen, Battle I.ake Florence Matson, Menahga John Rudnick, Route 1 Karen Salomonsen, Underwood Roy Stokes, Battle Lake Inez Vallevand, ClilheraU Cathy Weaver, 1016 N. Springen Fergus Falls (Mn.) Journal family/living Thurs., April 29,1976 ENGAGED Arthritis is topic of forum A public information forum about arthritis will be held in the Fergus Falls Senior High School lecture hall Thursday, May 11 al 7:30 p.m. Speakers will be Dr. James Carpenter of the Farego Arthritis Clinic and Dr. Warren Ketterling of the Fergus Falls Medkal Group. The free forum is sponsored by the Minnesota Arthritis Foundation. elect officers nstructoral MSU and principal T__ MUC ~ ' Mist of the Fargo-Moorhead I cH INrtO-er S women ^^'^"S initiated at and frequent guest performer MSU; and Joan Weiner, SANDRA and MICHAEL FORMO The Rothsay Women's Social Club elected Edith Fosse president at their April 19 meeting. Other new officers are Belty Larson, vice president; Sharon Flatin, secretary; Thelma Wigdahl, treasurer; Marilyn Ostlund, historian; and Katherine Flatin, newcomers chairman. Mabel Honrud, program chairman, introduced Arlene Lee from Swedberg Floral, who gave a live flower demonstration entitled "Say it with Flowers." by Dvorak. Danielson, Formo wed Sandra Kay Danielson and Michael Roge r Formo we re united in marriage April 17 at the Henning Revival House. Rev. Darren Raise officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Chester Danielson, Elbow Lake, and the late Roger Formo. Music was provided by Donna Rousu, organist; Kathy Rousu, pianist; and Frank Rousu, soloist. The bride wore a whi te floor-length gown of sheer over satin wi th lace-trimmed bodice and sleeves. The floor-length veil was trimmed in matching lace. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and yellow carnations. The bride's sister, Susan Danielson, was maid of honor. She wore a yellow floral gown. Bridesmaids Nancy Frisch and Barbara Dillon wore yellow dresses trimmed with white lace and carried white and yellow daisies. Darlene Boeder was the bride's personal alteitint. Mike Offerdahl was best man. Bob Rokes and Hank Frisch were groomsmen, and Frank and Harry Rousu were ushers. Honored guests were the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Morris Bolstad, Dalton, and Mrs. Bertha Danielson, Fergus Falls, and the groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Caddie Formo, Battle Lake. A reception was held in the church parlor following the ceremony. The couple are residing in Battle Lake. the Sonata^ 5m AM^rfor New ^embers are NancJ . violra andcontumo by Handel; w A{ „ M , Hua!b Wend Uie Piano Trio u, E-Flat Op 1, Frosli ^^ ^^ an j No. 1, By Beethoven; and the j ^ Slei „ ^ PianoQuartetmE-nat.Op.S?, and ^^ ^ Stei ; Kirk Lindberg, Daniel Froslie, Mary Lysne and Sylvia .Knudson. Last year's members, Jon Stokka, Jan Brenden, Linda Halbakken, Dion Thorpe and Julie Baumgartner and chapter President Betty Stras conducted the initiation. Mrs. Roger Bilden was the featured speaker. Daniel Froslie was named president and Mary Lysne secretary for nest year. CHAPLAIN - AlC Lob Wngh prepares for a service at the Capehart Chapel at Offutl Air Force Base in Nebraska, where she is a Chapel Management SpeciaUit. She Is a 1)73 gradiate of Fergus Falls High School. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walvatne, Dallon. Cards of Thanks Arts students attend festival Forty students and their instructors from Fergus Falls Community College are attending a Fine Arts Festival today and Friday at Wor- thmgton. Along with participants from other Minnesota junior colleges, band and vocal students vrilj attend workshops and rehearse for mass chorus and band performances Friday evening. Art and drama students attending will participate in workshops in their respective fields. The Madrigal Singers from FFCC will also be performing i><5. at the festival. jiiiikiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuiuiniiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiHiiiiiiiiiwiiHiiiiiiiiiffliiimmnmiiiins GRADUATES FROM RECRUIT TRAINING- Navy Fireman Dcncel! K. Wilmott, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Toivo Johnson of New York Mills, graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center at San Diego. His classes included instruction in seamanship, military regulations, firefighting, close order drill, first aid, and Navy history. A graduate of New York Mills High School, be joined the Navy la October of DINING HABIT TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Four generations of a family held a surprise 71st birthday party for Dorothy Hackstedde recently at a hamburger stand where she had eaten every day for the past 15 years. Mrs. Martha Bellinger, Mrs. Hackstedde's daughter, said her mother had her husband bring a hamburger home when she was ill and unable to go out. Teachers' sorority holds convention Alpha Mu members Verna Johnson, Merelle Engebretspn, Nellie Fischer, Lorraine Schultler and Gwen Birch attended the Alpha Delta Kappa state convention at the Holiday Inn, Moorhead, Saturday. "Alpha Delta Kappa Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow," the convention theme, was carried out in program and menu. Stale officers including Sclma Mostrum, Brainerd, president, were installed. Past state presidents and retired members were recognized. Alpha Delta Kappa is an international honorary society for teachers. MARYRINGQWST and BARRY LEITCH Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hing- quist and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Leitch, all of Fergus Falls, announce the engagement oE their daughter and son, Mary and Barry. A June 19 wedding is planned. Marriage Licenses Dennis Elmer Hockert, 31, Brandon, and Randi Beth' Torgerson, 21, Ashby. Thomas Bodo Steinke, 21, 49H7 W. Cedar, and Kathleen Suzanne Maness, 18, Richville. Evening7:M-S:35 Adults $1.50 Inc. Tax ter BURT REYNOLDS U TH£ LONGEST YARIT DRIVE-IN THEATRE Starts At Dusk Adults 11.W Children Under 14-Free Always 2 Big Pictures Fritoy-SatiirfJaj-SiHiilay NOT SINCE "ROSEMARY'S BABY" Pray for IKe Devil Within Her - before il preys on you! DEVIL AND "MARK OF IHl DEVIL" By Abigail Van Buren CARD OF THANKS I woi/d like lo thank, all vvho sent cirds.ltewErja^viSitedmewnile I was Hk) wp. Special thanvs ro Doctor Freriehs who showed tm fin* skills <n slithery, Doctor Sand berg to* her co"i'o f t.ng word*. Par Flynn, **<> kro*^ ^ w r& P^ 1 a perion to i'eepand IM staff -n the operating room. Also ttisrks to fhe nurses on Peds tor a common*ng ST»v And to Pas'or Dal* for h.» vlsil - • Cher i Nord CARDOF THANKS \ witfi k> thanV my Inends and relatives for the cards, letters, phone calls, flowers and vi$iis while I *as d pa'ieni ar Lake Region Hospital Thanks lo P«'o* Sefering for hi* visits arw! prayers A spec-al thank you lo Ooc'ori Rirph Esirm. Ketterling ar.d Berqsirom, the nurses on Extended Care. Fhysi"' Therapy. ICCU and the nurses on 3rd lloor for f^e.r exceJiml care God Wess you an OscarCXson In-laws entitled to choose race DEAR ABBY: I am a black woman married to a black man who has very light skin. Nearly everyone in his family is light-skinned, and their hair is thin, like Caucasians. Some of my husband's relatives are trying to pass as Indians. They go around with their hair parted in (he middle wearing headbands. They look ridiculous because the Indians around here don't wear headbands. They even put "Indian" on their drivers' licenses where il says "race." When one of them gels married, they have a Catholic ceremony, and then al the reception they all sit around and smoke Ihe "peace pipe." My poor husband is so humiliated because everyone who knows about his relatives looks al him funny. At first 1 thought that these people did not want to be considered black because of the hard times minorities have in some places. But, Abby. Indians are more of a minority than blacks are! I am nol prejudiced against any minority. I just hate phony people. \Vhal is your opinion? UPSET IN MARYLAND DEAR UPSET: You ran't-pick your relatives, but you ran pick your friends, and there is DO law that forces you to be friendly with relatives you don't care for. And us for their "passing," if people want to pass. IT'S THEIR BUSINESS. DEAR ABBY: What is your opinion of a man who comes inlo someone's home and sits Ihe entire evening in the company ol men and women without removing his hat? MAUDE DEAR MAUDE: He has no manners, no hair or a new hut. For Abby's booklel. "How lo Have a Lovely Wedding," send SI to Abigail V«n Buren. 132 Usky Dr.. Beverly Hills. Calif. 90212. Please enclose * king, self-addressed, stamped (26«) envelope. The Funniest FNm Ever Hade! STARTS TOMORROW I Sh«wTimcs:7:JOand9:3*p.m., Smiday2:M— 7:30 and9:M p.m. Admission this Attraction Only- Adults J2.50 - Children Under 12 Jl.OOIpc.Tav

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