The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 25, 1976 · Page 5
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AASU honors scholars Moorhead State University gave special recognition for high academic achievement to 522 students at an annual spring Honors Day Convocation May 16, "Special Honor" students earning grade point averages of 3.75 or higher included Margaret Anderson, Jacqueline Johnson, Joan Lille void, Barb Overgaard, William Peters, Mark Peterson and Marilyn Strand, all of Fergus Falls. Also receiving special honors were Ann Blatti and Carl Malmslrorn, Battle Lake; Brian Hanson, Deer Creek; Gayle Jorgens, Elbow Lake; Kari Weiss, Erhard; Debra Shuerman, Herman; Sandra Benlley, Daniel Paavola 'and -Michael Patterson, New York Mills; Brian Carlson, Randolph Carlson, Crystal Huseby and Sallie [.arson, Pelican Rapids; David Colby, Perham; Susan Adams, Richville; Dawn Stowman, Rothsay; Steven Kraklau, Sebeka; Geraldine Rach, Wadena; Kim Moerer, Wheaton; and Susan Amundson and Eileen Lannon, Underwood. Fergus Falls students receiving honors for grade point averages from 3.50 to 3.74 were Pamela Aasness, Laurie Brause, Thomas Brause, Mary Kjell, Diana Sperling and Bradley Steen. Others receiving honors were Scott Olson, Joan Pasch, and Gavin Stevens, Barnesville; Cheryl Gilbertson, Marcia Guggisberg and Annette Walvatne, Battle Lake; Naomi Jackson, Deer Creek; Debra Severson, Elbow Lake; Diane Jacob and Milton Rost, Menahga; Cynthia Olson, Parkers Prairie; Scott Lund- ber;;, Danny Ottoson and Daniel Rollie, Pelican Rapids; Paula Boedigheimer and Nancy Hiestenberg, Perham; Susan Dahle and Joyce Gronlund, Sebeka; Barbara Grant, Staples; Donald Ebers- vilter, Vergas; Kelly Lynk, Thomas Olson, Keith Roberts and Patricia Roes, Wadena; and Mark Ahlslen and Kenneth Terhaar, Wadena. Fergus Falls (Mn.) Journal lues., May 25,1976 , c family/living Mankato State announces grads . Karen G. Heyen received a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at Mankato State University commencement exercises Saturday. Also graduating from the area were Arlene B. Olson, Elbow Lake, receiving a ZS. in home economics; Julie A. Bredeinier, Staples, with a B.S. in nursing and A.S. cum laixte in emergency medical care and rescue; and Kay I. Schroeder, Staples, B.S. in history. |Cards of Thanks) HO* CARDOF THANKS IW3P bors. lriera> anrt rfdrivek v.iw came to r.eip js ire day cjr earn (Wfr.eo We wanl ro thank W.xe. a!» ihe unoerwoofl F.re Dtpari rrenl tar ir.e prcmp: adoo iaktu Eo pre-Kni me spreaa of the (.re May Gac wess you all Kenr.eir a.-.o Jaric? Rosiad DRIVE-IH THEATRE AtDusV-Adulls $1.SO Inc. Tax AlHays2Big Pictures STARTS WEDNESDAY Anderson named 'Key Woman 7 Sally Anderson, a member of have included Outstanding the Fergus Falls Mrs. Jaycees, Mrs. Jaycee for two years, ived the "Key Woman" Spoke Award, eight Spark awards and selection as an "Outstanding Young Woman of America" for both the 1972 and recei' award at the annual joint convention of the Jaycees and Mrs. Jaycees of Minnesota last weekend. The award, the highest honor given by the organization, was established this year for Mrs. Jaycees who have attained outstanding accomplishments. Anderson was nominated by the Fergus Falls chapter. She first joined the Mrs. Jaycees in Bemidji in 1967 and served as state delegate president She served as district parliamentarian and state vice president for District 2. She was chairman or a participant for every project run in the Bemidji Mrs. Jaycees during her membership in that chapter, including co-chairing the 1972 and 1974 Fall All-Stale conventions. Anderson was very active on the state level of Mrs. Jaycees of Minnesota, serving as national convention coordinator and second executive vice presktent. She served on the executive council for five years and was state president in'1973-74. After moving to Fergus Falls, she joined the local chapter and has chaired the committee for the Super Market Shopping Spree and the successful bid to obtain the 1976 Summer Awards Convention for Fergus Falls, an event which she will also chair. Other honors awarded to her 1974 publication. She and her husband, Gerald Anderson, received the Troland Memorial Award as outstanding Jaycee couple in 1971 In May, 1976, she was awarded the Presidential Award of Honor by the Bemidji Mrs. Jaycees. The Andersons reside at 913 N. Cleveland with their two sons, Mitchell and Ryan. She if employed at the County- Extension Office and he is at Otter Tail Power. The convention at Duluth, at which Anderson received the "Key Woman" award, was attended by a record 875 persons representing 157 chapters. Newly-elected officers for 1976-77 are Carolyn Will of Fergus Falls as president and Marge Connors of Litchfield as treasurer. Also receiving "Key Woman" awards were Arlys Becker, St. Cloud; Diane Bennett, Brooklyn Park; Carolyn Will, Fergus Falls, and Becky Olson, Roseau. With the chartering of 15 chapters this year, the Mrs. Jaycees now have 214 chapters with 3,963 members. Activities of the year have included the adoption of priority programming and the adoption of the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome as the first two-year priority project. BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK — Chra Anderson has her blood pressure checked regularly at the monthly Blood Pressure Screening Clink at the Seilor Citizens' Center. Loma HcCabe, rjgbt, of the County Nursing Service, explains (bat this is Blood Pressure Month, a good time to have that vital test for high blood pressure. It takes only a few minutes to see if the blood pressure Is higher than It should be. McCabe keeps records for each Individual having their blood pressure checked, and rtcommeBds that be or she see a physician if the blood pressure is elevated. (Journal photo by Pat Wallup) Fashion show entries to have historical theme "Walking through history" is the theme of a Bicentennial fashion show planned for Saturday, July 3 at 2:30 p.m. being sponsored by the Fergus Fails chapters of Quota Club and Business and Professional Women's Club as part of the local Bicentennial weekend. Men, women and children of all ages are eligible to enter Ihe show, free of charge. Fashions up to and including 1955 are eligible and may include such costumes as military .dress, pioneer dress, swimsuits. occupational attire, formal evening wear, the roaring 20's, the 30's, the 40's, etc. Costumes will be awarded in Please Print Plainly or Type: Name Address j City :.... ! Phone SALLY ANDERSON offers band, string lessons xiod Church activities Grace United Methodist announces these activities: Wednesday - Circle 4, Ad Lounge, 2 p.m.; Circle 6, Mrs. Kelly Nygaard, Swan Lake, 2 p.m.; Whosoevers potluck supper, 6:30 p.m. Thursday — Softball at Adams Park, 9 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church announces these activities-. Tuesday — Senior High planning, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday - VBS teachers; Senior choir, 7:30 p.m. • Thursday — Ascension workshop, 7:30 p.m.; Board o! Education, 8:30 p.m. Saturday — Senior High hiking, picnic, 12:30 p.m. Sunday — Memorial Service at cemetery, 3 p.m. Baha'i Fireside meets Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at 419 W. Lakeside Drive. Lake Region Hospital Discharged Monday, May 24: Donald Lysne, 505 S. Court Barbara Morstad and baby boy, Route 1 Flossie Shamp, Henning Lilly Wallevand, Vining Open House There will be an open house honoring Ken and Mary Ann Kroneman on their 2Sth anniversary,. Sunday, May 30 from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at their home. Clubs & Societies Children who want to team to play a musical instrument should bring their parents to one of the meetings being held this week by the Fergus Falls school music department. Summer lessons will be given for both band and orchestra instruments. Students who Till be in fifth grade or above next year may start band instruments; those who will be in fourth grade or above may begin string instruments. Meetings will be from 7 to 9:30 p.m. tonight (Tuesday) at McKJnley for children from McKintey, Our Lady of Victory and Lincoln; and Thursday at Cleveland for children from! Cleveland, Jefferson and Dalton. A meeting was held Monday at Adams for Adams and Eisenhower, but those unable to attend may come to one of the other meet ings. Last names starting with the letters A-H should come at 7 p.m., f-P at 8 p.m. and Q-Z at 9 p.m. Instruments are available for rental during the summer months, but parents are asked WOMEN IN SERVICE to talk to one of the music instructors before renting an instrument. Students wanting to play drums should be taking or have taken piano lessons. CHECK OKE. INDIVIDUAL ENTRY.. FAMILY ENTRY .... Description of Costume: ..(Include all names) (Please detail as much as possible indicating type of costume, fabric, color, and description of accessories — including any exact dates of original articles.) . two categories: Most Original Costume' and Best Reproduction of costume. In addition, honorable mention 11 LI be made for other outstanding costumes. Deadline for entry is June 21. A practice will be held Friday, July 2 at 7 p.m. in the Junior High auditorium. Persons who are unable to enter the fashion show but who have a costume they would loan to someone else may contact Kalhy Mere, 7399029, or Sheila Martinson, 7399260 after 5 p.m. The entry blank below may be returned to either Mrs. Kasey Merz, 512 Cedar Avenue West, Fergus Falls, or Mrs. Sheila Martinson, Koute 1, Fergus Falls. BILLY JACK Piano students present recital ENGAGED Chapter BU, P.E.O., meets Thursday at the home of Mrs. Annette Kjaglien, 8 p.m., Mrs. Helen Miller assisting. Downtown AA and Al- Anon meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Hiawatha Room of the public library. Shriners' hospital provides artifical hands A new type of artificial hand, perfected in Germany, is being used at the Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Children in St. Paul. Mrs. Tom Troupe and Mrs. Russell Scheir, local members of the Women's Auxiliary to the Shriners' Hospital, learned of the new prothesis at a recent conference in St. Paul that included a visit to the hospital. The prothesis, which looks very natural, they report is operated by a small rechargaHe battery and allows movement of the fingers to hold a coffee cup and pick up objects. The artificial hand costs about $2500 and there are only 300 presently in use in the United Slates, Five of which were used for children at the Shriners' Hospital. Provision of prothesis of all kinds is the responsibility of the Women's Auxiliary, so the local delegates were particularly interested in this portion of their tour. The past year, the various Auxiliaries to Ihe Minnesota Shrine Hospital have given }115,000 to the hospital. Membership in the Auxiliary- is not restricted to wives of . Shriners, being open to any woman interested in helping crippled children, who are accepted at the hospital for treatment without cost, regardless of race, color or creed. AIRMAN JOY ANDERSON SAN ANTONIO - Airman Joy R. Anderson, whose mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Anderson reside in Fergus Falls, has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks training at lackland AFB, Tex., she studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Airman Anderson will now receive specialized training in the administrative Held. A 1970 graduate of Watertown, S.D., Senior High School, the airman has studied at "Northern State College in Aberdeen, S.D. Two groups of Mrs. Elmer Froehlich's piano students were presented in recitals at Trinity Lutheran Church on Friday, May 21. Both programs had a Bicentennial theme and included many patriotic numbers as well as selections by- American composers. Works of composers from other countries were used to depict America as a melting-pot of the world, and duets anid musical readings added variety to the programs. Pupils who look part in the 6:30 p.m. recital were Lisa Deutschman, Stephanie Larson, Debra Jones, Terri Jo Keller, Rhonda Larson, Stuart Pemberton, Sandra Hubert)-, Albert Giorgini, Debra Huberty, Linnea Larson, Sandra Giorgini, Russell Pastir, Keri Skinnemoen, Connie !x!verson, Kari Pastir, Marriage Licenses , Stuart Collin Restad, 20, Danube, and Roberta Gay Flatin, 18, Rothsay. Noel Edwin Holte, 58, Fergus Falls Route 5, and Maxine Virginia Christiansen, 50,417 E. Vasa. Melvin Green Jr., 31, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Becky Carol Dilger, 22, Oak Ridge Estates. Leslie ErrolSkrove, 29,31SE. Alcott, and Cheryl Rae Bednarz, 26,725 W. Cavour. Donald George Dorow,«, 405 W. Alcott, and Carol Faye Knudson, 31, 405 W. Alcott. Douglas Wayne Hansen, 23, Caledonia, and Nancy Ruth Townsend, 22, Fergus Falls Route 4. Jon Alan Tamke, 21, Battle Lake, and Randi Lynn Erickson, 21,218 Alia Vista a. Roderick Carl Hendrickx, 23, Elizabeth, and June Ann Kidder, 20,'Fergus Falls Route 3. Robert Charles Sazema, 19, Perham, and Karen Ann Balcer, 19, Perham. Graeme Mahler, Tracey Keller, Corlin Stein, Susan Fick, Gretchen Pemberton, Vicky Jones and Lyn Wething. The following students performed at 8 p.m.: Maryann Haarstad, Dacia Fjeld, Suzanne Schmidt, Steve Froehlich,' Rachel Friednch, Patrick Ringstad, Kurt Johnson, Becky Dewey, Lisa Johnson, Tony Schmidt, Barbara Meyer, Ryan Burt, Jim Froehlich, IJsa Hardina, Debra Ringstad, Patty Raguse, Susan Stahlberg, DeAnn Schmidt and Jonathan Knick. Students who participated in the Music Festival in Alexandria on March 9 played their festival numbers as a finale to the recital. They were: Gretchen Pemberton, Stuart Pemberton, Graeme Mahler, Patty Raguse, Barbara Meyer, Susan Stahlberg and Maryann Haarstad. Certificates for Superior ratings were presented to Grac.ne Mahler and Maryann Haarstad, and it was announced that Gretchen and Stuart Pemberton would receive Gold Cups for points earned during festival participation. Prizes were awarded for exceptional work in the following categories: Practice record, Vicky Jones; Sight Reading, Susan Fick and Memory Work, Maryann Haarstad. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Kort, Route 2, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Sherbrooke, Pelican Rapids, announce the engagement of their children, Cheryl and Charles. The brkte-to-be is employed by Rufer, Hefte, Pemberton, Schultc and Sorlie. Sherbrooke is employed by the Otter Tail County Sheriffs Department. A June wedding is planned. NOW SHOWING Featartsat: 7:38-141 Adults -1.50 Children under 14, SOc FERGUS UMBACHER SWIMS • OHMS AR1IW MATERU1 VICXI LYNN OLSON and BRYAN SEVERSON Mr. and Mrs. Arnold E. Olson of Route 1, Battle I-ake, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Severson of Elbow Lake announce Ihe forthcoming marriage of their children Vicki and Bryan. The bride-to-be is employed by Williams, Nelson, Nitz and Van Drake of Fergus Falls. Severson is employed by Kensington Public School. An evening wedding at Faith Haven Chapel is planned for June 5. -NOTICE- 1HE SCISSOR MAN WILL BE BACK AT YOUR FERGUS FALLS GAMBLE STORE -ALSO KNIFE SH.A Kl'KMNG- FRiDAY, MAY 28-10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Misillhi-aH.amNeSliirflhclaslFridajofKiervMomhl Scissors, pinking shears, Knives, grass stx-ars, hedge clippers sharpened while you wait. Factor) method machine ground. Sharpened, adjusted, oiled all at one price. All work guaranteed. Pinking shears, S1.25 — 5tissors,7Sc Lucille Oliphant Head Designer. I Assistant Manager FLORAL DESIGNS For All Occasions • Weddings • Birthdays • • Anniversaries • Funerals "For Sen-ice That Is Personally Yours"... BFMVS F1MER fESTER 622 E. Vcrnon-Fergus Falls Phone 73W996 ENGAGED When you are baking a cake, always preheat the oven unless the recipe you are using directs you otherwise. !.** CHERYL WULF IKl DON KARLGAARD Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wulf of Cortez, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Karlgaard of Doran announce the engagement of their children, Cheryl and Don. The bride-to-be is a graduate of St. Olaf College withaB.A. in music education. Karlgaard is a Moorhead State University graduate with a B.S in math education. Both are teaching in Pipestone. A July 17 wedding is planned. WEDDING SPECIAL Candidsasseenthrough Ihebride'smisty eyes! FREE Engagement Setting ' In vital ion*. Napkins. Thank You Notes, etc. FRF.F. Newspaper Picture TWENTY 8x10" Color Candids only $1« * mm • HISTIRS • t' SlyledOnlyby FARRAR US East Washington- Dial73S-25i5 Fergus Falls, Minnesota

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