The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 8, 1976 · Page 3
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FFHS choir concert, May 11: 'I Hear America Singing 7 '•'••:_,•*•. •f--,f.if.'v. k 'K--- CHAMBER SINGERS «< tke Americai kertti|e wfl befeatartdbilkeFaiitFih High Scbvol iprli« <k«ral ewcert TM*dajr, M»j 11 it 7:» p.*. ta tke jul«r kl(k lodrbrtam. OK grap per- bnnJog wffl be tke Chamber Stajen: In (not, Tom Bate, Carol Grimm, Kami N«rlM, B*eile Syvenoi, BriM Bet» and Vlv Daveafort; mkUk, JacUe Kiapp, Jon Ebersvffltr, Idle Strieker, Cut Horn, JiAane WUUxk; back, Lw Ansetk, Terry Nestiig, Dave R*ger>, Jam Heyei asd Jack Raaeo. Music of America's heritage, from folk songs to barbershop music, will be featured at the Fergus Falls High School spring choral concert Tuesday, May 11 at 7:38 p.m. in the junior high auditorium. "I Rear America Singing" is the theme at the program, and choir director Diane Berge says that the musk to be performed includes many types of American music as well as European songs that have been popular in the US. The Concert Choir, Owraliers, Chamber Singers and a Barbershop Quartet will be the groups performing in the concert. BARBERSHOP QUARTET Dave R*gen, Cirt Horn, Briai B*pp aad Jack Raaen wd perfwm barbenhop tootle at fte Serin Hlfk cbml cwcert Twidajr. (jMnal photos by PatWaBoip) CUORALIERS - The Cboralim, a vocal grocip made tf of ttadenis in grades II thrngkU at Fergus FaH> High SchMl, wiD be amMg tie group i perfirmlig at the spring choral NKerl Tnetday. Also perforraiag are the Chamber Stagers, Barbtnhop Qoartet aid C*«c«1 Ctaotr. Fergus Falls (Mn.) Journal Sat., Hay 8, 1976 c family/living The easiest way lo make fresh bread crumbs is in the blender. Cut sliced while bread into cubes, removing the crusi. To reduce these to crumbs, blend one to two slices at at time on a moderately high speed. If you have no blender, the traditional way to make bread crumbs is to rub stale pieces of bread through a flat, wire sieve. TUESDAY SPECIAL! MR. UllK CM* Exli, Oily ^* QUIK STOP 419 West Lincoln mm For and at the Richard Erlandson Farm Home Rout 2, Fergus Falls mm. m it 2to5p.m. ENGAGED JOANNNWNEMAN and DANIEL NETEHV AL Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ninneman, Herman, announce the engagement of their.daughter Joann to Daniel Neterval, son of Collen and Virgil Neterval of EvansviUe. The wedding will be June 19 at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Herman. Cards of Thanks CARDOF THANKS We w:sh to acknowledge me friendship and assistance of the following people at our wedding and reception "i Fergus Falls: Arlene Bordion, Heidi Englwnd, Oiervl Harworrh. Glen Artsten »nd Brad Steer. We apov»i« lor niis omission in our announcement. This was not our oversight but the newspapers policy. Paul and Marilyn BridglMid CARDOF THANKS I Vncerdy wish to thank all rel atives, triends and neigh ten for the many cards, letters, flowers I received during my stay at St. Luke's Hosp:ial at Fargo, special thanks lo Pastor Kn'ick lor his kindness, prayers and visits, also Vicar Susskraut for his visit, to all me kind doctors and wrses, also tfte skUlfvl hand ol Doctor Johnson during surgery, special ttianks to my children for their help and concern, for Pood brought to my home on my return. Many Dtanks to all, may God reward your kindness. Mrs. Emma Ferber CARDOF THANKS A sincere thank you » all for tte cards, sifts, flowers, visits and phone calls while I was in me hospilal. Also to Doctors Pearson and Syverson and to the nurses who cared for me. Also to Pastor Dale. Leola Currier CAROOF THANKS fttosl sincere than** tor cards, gifts and visits. Special thanks lo Pastor Johnson lor visits and prayers. To Ihe doctors, wonderful nurses, who helped care lor me. God Uess. Agnes Berger CARD OF THANKS we wish to express our sincere thanks to relatives, Iriends, nergh. bors lor Iheir sympathy, memorials, flowers and cards in Ih e loss of our husband and lather. Special ttianks lo Paslor Matlhew John, organist Mrl. Dennis Split!- gerber. duets by Mr. and Mrs. Vemer Ramberj, Orson's Funeral Home, the casketbearers ana honorary casketbearers, lo the many who broughl food to me home and also the ALCW lor servmg lunch. Thelamilyo) lawrence Emery CAUB OF THANKS We wish to express our Sincere manks to relatives and friends lor all me kindness shewn during me illness and following the death of our loved one Prayers, songs. memor-ali. (lowers, cards and all expressions of sympathy were very much appreciated. Carl Dumke Family People and Places Lake Region Hospital Discharged May 7: DeJores Aune, 601 E. Vernon CatHeen Berglund, 32KiW. Cavoar Evelyn Burris, Oak Ridge Estates • ChadCrouse, Dent Herbert Fibanz, Wheaton Walter Granberg, Wheaton Beryl Hames, 643 W. Stanton Wilbur Hegerte, Route2 Joseph Hettkr, 326 E. Cedar Jeanette Hokold, Underwood Carl Muchow, TSSpringen Pamela Nelson, Dahon Waldon Osberg, Clitherall Elaine Peterson, Barrett HaroU Rovelstad, Pioneer Home Glenda Schmidt, Elizabeth Church activities Hedemarken Church circles meet Wednesday, May 12, as follows: Circle" i at 2 pjn. with Mrs. Jorolf Ronnevik; Circle 2 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Elmer Hexum, Circle 3 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Gordon Fjestad; Circle 4 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Orlin Moen. Clubs & Societies Eagles Auxiliary meets at St. John's Lutheran Church, Elizabeth, Mon- Personal & Social day, May 10, at 1:30 p.m. for funeral of Ethel Wilde. Mrs. Augusta Miller, Riverview Heights, has returned from a three- week visit with her sister, Tracy Jeske, in Webster, S.D. Keaoeth State, who is married to the former Kathy Brosawke of, Fergus Falls, has been selected for the 1976 edition of "Out- standing Young Men of America," a program sponsored by the U.S. Jaycees and other service and civic organizations. The Sturtz family lives in Amery, Wis., and he is a marketing services representative for Domain Industries in New Richmond, Wis. Teachers attend E,E. workshop Four Fergus Falls elementary teachers attended an Environmental Education workshop April 27-29 in Moorhead to become familiar with the methods for integrating the environmental education program with the elementary curriculum. Attending were Glen Anderson, Cleveland; Judy Bolstad, Adams; Dave GUIs, Lincoln; and Beth Mowchan from McKinley School. They will be sharing the knowledge they gained with all other staff members and with pupils in the Fergus Falls elementary schools. According to Dave Ellis, workshop •*ill< will aid these teachers in "improving the already fine Environmental Education program in the elementary schools." The workshop was directed by staff members from ECOS, a federally funded environmental curriculum ENGAGED development program. The Fergus Falls teachers also participated in activities such as making pinhole cameras, film development using basic methods, map-making procedures, water testing, and making slide pictures from color pictures in magazines. Specialized information on the development of environmental education sites was also obtained from the workshop instructors, and may be applied to developing a learning center at DeLagooa "The Fergus Falls staff members ended the workshop having obtained specific ways to improve the environmental education curriculum," Ellis reports. "These will help E. E. become not an addition to our educational program, but an integral part ot our curriculum." DRIVE-HI THEATRE Starts at Dusk Adults 11.58 Children Under 14 Free i Always 2 Big Pictures . •TKM a Th* MB US. UK I "BUTCH CABOT ANO THtSUNWUKEWO" ^c*'.^^' /^\ AND BURT REYNOLDS *W.W. AND THE DIXIE DANCERINGS" FERGUS Evening 7:30-3:30 Sunday 2:00-7:30-9:38 Adultsll.50Inc.Tax ton TtturHlaf iROIffl (dEDSt Tots and Teens 'and in B-Tweens Senior citizens on the move By VIRGINIA FORTMANN, Pngnn C*«rdbHl*r On Friday, May 14, the Senior Citizen Program will host the third annual Craft and Hobby Show at the Fergus FaHs Armory. Doors win open to exhibitors at 8:30 am. and to the general public at 10 IJn. Activities throughout the day will include demonstrations on quilting, knitting, caning, and spinning to name a few areas. Entertainment win range from banjo playing to jigging with the Carlisle Band featured over the noon hotr In addition, The American Association of Retired Persons is sponsoring a number of door prizes to be given away. Food and snacks will be available throughout the day provided by a senior citizen volunteer committee with OK assistance of the Mrs. Jaycees. The Final event of the show wiD be a drawing for a hand- stitched, youth size, o^iilt at 6p jn. when the show doses. Special features of the Fair this year win be the presence of clowns, compliments of the Elks down Chib, recognition of Outstanding Senior Citizens at 3 p.m., recognition of senior bowling league winners, and a presentation to the Red Cross from members of our quirting group. At 7:30 p.m. the doors will again open to all persons 60 years of age and older, their spouses for a Bicentennial Costume Ball sponsored by the noon Kiwanis dub. Musk for the dance will be provided by Bud and His Buddies until closing at 10 p.m. All persons should wear some form of apparel suggesting the past. There is no charge for the event but a hnch contribution of M cents per person will be collected. Put the date on your calendar now and join us on the Itth at the Fair. CYNTHIA HOLD aid LESLIE BREDESON Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Holo of Battle Lake announce the engagement of their daughter Cynthia Renae to Leslie Vernon Bredeson, son of Mr. and Mrs. EWore Bredeson of Fergus Falls. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Fergus Falls Community College and is now a medical laboratory technician at Red River Valley Clinic in Wahpeton, N.D. Bredeson, a graduate of Moorhead State University, is employed at Lake Region Rehabilitation Industries, Inc. A June 27 wedding is being planned. Household Hints Adding a teaspoon of salt to the warm water while sprinkling clothes will keep them from smelling of mildew if the ironing is not done on time. By CARMEN BERG, Children's Lfbrartai FRONTIER UFE, WOMAN'S RIGHTS AND MORE... Variety is the key word to use when looking at the new junior fiction ready to be put on the shelves. Title after title struck my eye and it was hard to choose only so many to write on for this column. Elizabeth Hall has written one titled Stand Up, Ucy, which after glancing through, looks really good. The time is 1904 and Lucy is at last going to meet her mysterious aunt whom the family rarely speak of because of scandalous circumstances. However, a poster announcing "A sister who will speak for Woman's Rights" almost makes Lucy forget her aunt Father doesn't approve of women who advocate they have the right to vote, so very strongly disapproves of Lucy's interest Does Lucy go? Who is the mysterious aunt? Science fiction fans will enjoy the new book by Andre Norton, Dread Companion. There is mystery and magic when Kilda c'Rhyn agrees to take charge of two children when they emigrate to the planet, Dylan The girl, however, turns out to be more than just a willful child. Her''doings" do not frighten Kilda off, and she Ends herself painfully drawn from the world she knows to a nightmare place. Truly exciting adventure against ancient powers! Frontier life as it was in 1876 in Deadwood, South Dakota, makes Follow the Golden Goose.by Nancy Veglahn an exciting tale. Fourteen-year-old Neb Walters and his father join the wagon train for out west. Neb's father is a carpenter, not a prospector, but life turns out to be rough for them anyway! If you like frontier stories, you'll enjoy this one. How would you feel if you were left all alone and a welfare worker was taking you to a foster home? Dorothy Kayser French in her book, A Try at Tunbtiic, introduces us to Mardi gone to live with Miss Eva Evansby, middle-aged spinster. Her adjustment to new life and friends makes for interesting reading. Maybe 1 haven't been able to strike your fancy with any of these titles. Be sure to come in and browse through the many we weren't abl-" ' '"you about! See yon atthe Public Library! JEWELRY TALK DIAMONDS A diamond that is cut perfectly on all four corners is less apt to loosen in the prongs. As you know this helps insure against loss. We use only fine-cut gems in our own diamond line. Open Thursday Nights Until 9 P.M. Close al 12 Noon on Saturdays (Yes, vteilill buy old gold) WELMDER JEWELERS icarWelander.GemologistandJimWelanderj Graduate Geologist to serve you. 114 East Lincoln 4t Years Experience Care instructions on flame- retardant textiles should be followed strictly because improper care may even make the fabric highly flammable. Soap and hard water mineral deposits can counteract the effect of flame-retardant finishes. Card of Thanks Trie past 19 days have been iffled with thrilling experiences for me. I never realized that retirement could be associated with so many people doing so much for my wife and me. We received so maty lovely cards, gifts aid flowers ftat it w«W be mpassiult t* adaowMf e an of them. We Caxe this opfwfauity lo express MB- sfcnre ttaifa. We will never forget the fine people of this community who have made our stay here such a memorable one. The open house at the clinic was very special to us. We thank all of you who came to extend a greeting to us. We thank the hospital board and personnel as well as the clinic doctors and personnel for their part in our retirement. Ir. Gleii ui Giii Murilsei and Cfcbhalc 200 }cara> of American Independence! The Calm freedom IVrll 2OBWJST LINCOLN AVENUE

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