The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 25, 1976 · Page 2
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For Ku'gluss Repair-,, Adjustments . . . Artificial F.yi-s . . . uplicated . . . Prescription Sun Glauses. SKE 114 East Unroln (Downstairs) Falls, Minn. Dead mother's wish ignored c.^?':™.?^:, Ohio , ' AP > ~. al obligations to proceed to see ' familu tn i a v= ..,„ HA* .„ ,„.,„ COLUMBUS, Ohio lAP) Silting next to the caskel, Sheri Hardy, 13, Joey, 11, and liltle Amber, 7, seemed unable to comprehend the tragedy lhal had befallen them, nor the mysteries ot the course their mother had charted to provide for them after her death. Where did (hey belong? And to whom? Within hours after cancer victim I.inda Joy Hardy was buried Monday, in her 33rd year, her family issued a terse statement saying the three children will remain with relatives despite Iheir mother's wishes that they be adopted by a California couple to whom she gave mitten consent. "Our family ties are strong," saidMrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs. Audrey Cloud, in a low, sad voice. "Sheri, Amber and Joey will remain with the family as a family, the Hardy family, children of Linda. Grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins we have to offer. They had a mother and she wiU always remain (heir mother." Mrs. Cloud said she did not trunk it was necessary lo make any other comments. Attorneys for Mrs. Hardy saidtheyhad"ethicalandmor- WANTED' OLDEST INSURANCE POLICY Right now, we're searching for the oldest Insurance Policy ISSUED by any one of Ihe following predecessors to ENSTAD LARSON-MANN, Inc.: J.W. MASON MASON & LOWRY SAWBRIOGE& LOWRY LOWRY BROTHERS LAKE & LOWRY LOWRY & OLSON LOWRY, STANG& OLSON, INC. BILL BRUCE AGENCY W.R.OLSON AGENCY OLSON ENSTAO-LARSON, INC. ' ENSTAO-LARSON, INC. We plan to display the "oldest" Policy as a means of depicting our slogan, TESTED BY TIME AND The possessor of this'ofdest policywill be awarded a Portable AM-FM Radio by our firm. All policies that are entered will be returned to ttieir possessors. Bring in your OLDEST POLICY now! You couW be a winner. Stop in with yours by Friday, May 28th Mart looking now, enter nowl Watch for further developments. Enstad-Larson-Maim, INCORPORATED 127 South Mill River Inn Bldg. Fergus Fa Us, Minn. Phone 736-7591 that Linda's wishes are carried out" and that tbe family's statement did not really change any tiling. Thus it might be left to a court to decide their future. "The children have lived through sickness and grief," said Mrs. Cloud. Mrs. Hardy was laid to rest in a family plot near Mount Sterling,about20milessouthof here. It is not clear why she chose the California family over her own. Dean Allan of Santa Ana, Calif., vice president of Kal Kan Foods, Inc., had been in Columbus on a business trip more than a year ago when he read of Linda's terminal cancer and her national appeal for "a good Drowning reported ROYALTON, Minn. (AP) A student on a high school field trip, Ronald Hohman, 16, rural Rice, drowned in the Plalte River in central Minnesota Monday. Benton County authorities said the Hotuiian youth and other Royal ton High School students were on a natural resources field trip. The sheriff's office said the youth was wading in the river netting minnows , when he apparently stepped into a dropoff about 2 p.m. His body was later recovered. He was the son of Mr. and -Mrs. Robert Hohman of rural Rice. Christ dies at Mahnorieii Christ Fladhammer, Winger, died Saturday, May 22, at the MCV Hospital, Mahnomen, at the age of 85. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Calvary Lutheran Church of Winger, with the Rev. Dennis Everson officiating. Interment in the Winger Cemetery. Mr. Fladhammer was born Nov. 4,1890, in Norway, Ihe son of Andreas and Carrie Fladhammer. He came to the U S in 1906, first settling at Kenyon. He married Anna Versdahl at Leonard, N.D., on Nov. 5,1918 Since 1929 they had resided in the Erskine and Winger area, and he was engaged in farming.' He is survived by his wife; four sons, Arthur, Fergus Falls; Harold, Mentor; Alvin Winger, and Kenneth, Penv bina. N.D.; three daughters, Mrs. Arnold (Myra) Gulsvig Fisher; Mrs. Arthur (Helen) Lee, Erskine, and Mrs. Lawrence (Edna) Skipte, Red Lake Falls'; two brothers, Andrew, Poplar, Mont., and Alfred, Moorhead; sit sisters, Mrs. Ole (Sophia) Thompson,' Wanamingo; Anna, Lizzie, and Karrie, all of Canada; Mrs. Leonard (Ellen) Beyers, Madison, Wis., and Mrs. Henry (Gina) Gust, Leonard, N.D.; 32 grandchildren and 12 great- grandchildren. Arrangements are with the Mattson Funeral Home of Winger. family to take my kids, to love them and keep them together." He told his wife, Violette, about it, and they exchanged visits with the Hardys that summer. Then when Mrs. Hardy entered the hospital for the seventh time last March, Mrs. Allan flew to Columbus to help care for the children in the Hardy home. They remained there until Mrs. Hardy died last Friday and then they were taken to Mrs. Cloud's home. family five years ago and was ordered to pay $50 a week for child support, according to court records. Attorneys said he paid nothing. Instead Mrs. Hardy supported her family from welfare. Friends said she never took legal action to force her husband to pay up so that she could build P case for terminating his parental rights. Her second marriage tasted hlls iHii Tues.,May25,1976 2 Long and Short! PriPted Pattern Ity^Tcl^^Mr, JMMM&tt Hardy s family never spoke out 28-year-old machinist two when she was conducting a w( 4s before she died national search for a suitable adoptive family. She received 2,000 offers of help and financial aid that established a $9,000 trust fund for the children. Friends said Mrs. Hardy had 'jt»^_aa*a>r Coupon good on ANY Dutch Boy Paint I S & S DECORATING, INC. 214 West Lincoln, Fergus Falls COVERS MORE... LOOKS BETTER.. LASTS LONGER a & Phone 736-2472 * 7:30 to 5:30Mon. thru Fri. —7:30to 5:1X1 Sat. — Thurs Until 9:00 i i ititiu jciiu 11 u 3, rULIUV ILdU definite ideas of what she wanted. Her first husband, Joseph George Hardy, deserted the Clyde B. rites Wednesday . Clyde B. Welden, 80, Detroit Lakes, died at (he Veteran's Hospital at Fargo on Saturday May 22. Thefuneral will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. al St. John's Lutheran Church of Vergas, with the Rev. Frank Sass officiating. Interment Hill be al the Lakeside Cemetery Frazee. Military rites will be conducted at the cemetery by tbe Veteran's of Foreign Wars Post of Detroit Lakes. Mr. Welden was bom at Ledyard, Iowa, on Dec. 1,1895 the son of Albert and Anna Welden. On Feb. 6, 1919, he married Olga Hoffman at Corliss. He worked for Swift and Company and the DeSota Creamery, and Produce Company until retiring in 1959 when they moved to the Detroit Lakes area. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church of Vergas. A veteran of World War I, he served with the Army as a bayonet instructor at Camp Lee, Va. He was a member of Veteran? of Foreign Wars Barracks 2174, Detroit Lakes Surviving are his wife Detroit Lakes; one son, Hubert, Orlando, Fla.; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Friends may call after 1 p.m today at tbe Furey Chapel at Vergas. Albert P. ErfcksM, Pelican Rapids, dies Albert P. Erickson, 93, Pelican Rapids, died Monday at the Pelican Valky Nursing Center. The funeral will be heW Wednesday'at 2 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Lowell Smestad officiating. Burial will be in the Pelican Valley Cemetery. Mr. Erickson was born Dec. 20, 1882, in Erhards Grove Township, a son of Peter and Marie Erickson. He grew up in the area, and homesteaded at International Falls from 1904 to 1919. He married Clara G. Peterson on Dec. 8, 1920, at Pelican Rapids. They fanned from 1920 to 1934 in the Pelican Rapids area. In 1934 he was employed as maintenance man for the Minnesota State Highway Department, retiring in 1951. Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Mrs. Alice Cobb, Detroit Lakes; Mrs. Clarice Peterson, Minneapolis; Mrs. Alfred (Deloris) Haugerud Jr., Barnesville, and Mrs. Clifford (Myma) Runningen, Pelican Rapids; five sons, Art and Randy, both of Pelican Rapids; Amos, Larslan, Mont.; Donald, Detroit Lakes, and Ernest, Cottage Grove; 24 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; one brother and three sisters, Elmer, Mrs. Ann Viger, Mrs. Sophie Baglien, and Esther Erickson, all of Pelican Rapids. The Larson Funeral Home, Pelican Rapids, is in charge of arrangements. Foley man is killed STORE HOURS SUN. MON. TUE. WED. THU. FRI. SAT. CLOSED 9-9 9-9 9-9 9-9 9-9 8-5 FREE PARKING MILLS WEST HIGHWAY 210 • FERGUS FALLS FOLEY, Minn. ( AP) - Lawrence Kujawa, 66, rural Foley, died when his pickup truck collided with a car late Monday at the intersection of (wo county roads north of Foley. The Benlon County sheriff's «ffice said that both Olivers were alone in their vehicles. The car carried Diane Maslon^ kowsXi, 24, also of rural Foley She was hospitalized in St. Cloud after the 5 p.m. accident. The death was the 223rd reported in Minnesota traffic accidents this year, compared to 209 deaths a year ago. Ferner Carlisle resideit murdered Walter Klasse, 64, who grew up at Carlisle and attended Fergus Kails schools, was murdered recently at Gardens, Calif., according to word received by a cousin, Mrs. Jim Greenwood, Battle Lake Route 2. He and his wife were confronted by two men when they arrived at' their daughter's home just alter midnight. The men demanded money from (hem and Klasse was shot (luring a brief scuffle. Klasse, a son of Mr. and Mrs. . Fred Klasse, was born April 18, 1911. He had attended Fergus Kails high school before going to Gardena in 1928. He had; worked with an insurance company for 25 years before retiring to BakersfMd three years ago. He had been president of the Gardena Chamber of Commerce and was past corn-' mander of the American Legion Post. He was also active in the Methodist church. _ Father to blame for sex of child DEAR ABBY: You keep saying that the male determines the sex of a child. [ suppose you know what you're talking about, but can you please explain it without getting too scientific and technical so (he average person can understand it? Thank you. WANTS TO LEARN DEAR WANTS: All right, here goes: The MX of. child is determined when the m«k sperm fertilizes (be female's egg. The malt eftm contaim "X" ind "Y" thromosomes in fqu«l numbers while the woman's tggs amtant oolv "X" chromosomw. When tbe "Y" caromowm* is in th« "sperm that fertilizes a woman's egg, a male is produced. When the X chromosome is in the sperm that fertilizes a woman's egg, a female is produced. So if the father isn't happy with the sex of the child his wife has produced, he has only himself to blame. Strike another blow for Women's Lib! DEAR ABBY: 1 am a senior in high school and am quite popular because I'm very good at sports. I am going with a beautiful girl (l.'U call her Cindy I who is al=o very popular and welMikod. We've been going steady for five months, and here is the problem: Cindy wants to go ' all the way. We've (lone pretty much everything except 1 love her very much, but I have a scholarship to a great university and a reputation as being an. all-around high-class kid with my parents, faculty and peers. A babv would wreck my educa lion, sports career and my life maybe. Cindy keeps bugging me to go lo bed with her, but 1 keep putting her off. I'm afraid if I don't give in I'll lose her sheTl spread rumors, and the guys at school will think I'm a queer or something.. What should I do? • A LIMIT ON'LOVE DEAR LIMIT: Tell Cindy that you aren't ready for that kind of relationship. (You aren't.) And if Cindy were to tell her peers that you refused, her offer of sex, HER reputation—not yours—would be damaged. Hooray for you. You are all man-and then some. DEAR ABBY: Pro a 32 : year-old woman who has been divorced for six years. I have twS children, and we live with my parents. My mother is home all day, which makes it possible for me to work. Having my own place would put a strain on my budget, and in my line of work, 1 have to dress well and own my own car. (I do pay for our room and board.) My father is narrow-minded, domineering and unreasonable. My mother is afraid to speak up to him. If I'm not in by midnight, he comes looking for me. He has burst into places, insulted my escorts and literally dragged me home My friends are respectable, but after such a scene, they never call again. • '• I don't want to move out, as it's very convenient having my mother look after my children, keep house and cook for us, but I can't live this way, either. What would you do? BIG PROBLEM DEAR BIG: Which do you want more—the convenience of ; » live-in cook, cleaning woman and 24-hour baby-sitting service? Or the freedom to live your own life? Obviously you can't have both. If I were you; I'd choose the latter! And the longer you wait, the more difficult it will be. : " 19217 i 8-20 The na:»l sl-axng is so Sf!eiJd. r,e IhicsM yo-j'd l*i this dress bch slot arm Ic-ii l« 6*1 and taxes 1 . ["ICOSE f'.QM. CfciTtrjf. |,,.| flirted Pailern 9217; Visas' Sues 8. 10. 12. 14. !6. 18 20 S-re 12 fbst M takes 2 SS VarrJs 45-inch. Send (l.H for each pattern. Add 35c for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Marian Martin, Dally Journal 40S, Paltern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York, N.Y 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER A single pair of flies, starting in April, could produce by August - in the theoretical possibility' that they all lived enough offspring for the entire earth to be buried under a layer of flies V feet deep. NO. 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