The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 5, 1976 · Page 3
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Crafts workshop offered at Morris ENGAGED ENGAGED The 6Jnd • Annual Homemakers Workshop is to be held June 23 and 24 at the University of Minnesota, Morris. Craft workshops have been arranged. An antique pin using the decaton process will be mate in the decalon class conducted by Barbara Smith, Fergus Falls. In the needlepoint designing class, taught by Soiveig Sem, Underwood, participants trill create their own designs and make their own needlepoint kits. ^^ In tole painting, taught by Norma HaUiuy, Fergus Falls, participants' will learn the art of tote painting by painting a strawberry on wood panels. Two quilt blocks will be made and put together using the "quill as you go" method of quilting, in the quilting class: A snow-flake or bouquet of flowers will be made in UK quilling class, and macrame pot hangers using a variety of knots Participants in the workshop will learn to print the alphabet using the italic method of handwriting, how to etch designs on plate glass, and the uses of copper strips and copper tubing for the making of copper jewelry. A class will be taught on how to make klokkestrengs, Scandinavian needlepoint wall hangings, and the members will be made in another class. make a coaster. The latch and punch hook rug class will teach both design and the process. "Seventy-two Ways to Make Your Marriage More Exciting" is the title of a workshop to be conducted by Ron Pitier, St. Paul. Mini-lectures, multimedia presentations and group discussions will be used. A workshop on basic weight control facts, nutrition, and exercise, titled "You Are What You Eat' 1 will also be available. A tour of the Bicentennial Mini-gardens and other points of interest at the West Central Experiment Station is also included in the workshop schedule. A two-credit course on consumer psychology for home economists is being offered by the- Home Economics Education Division at the University of Minnesota during Homemakers Workshop. Further information and registration forms for Homemakers Workshop are available at county extension offices and the West ^Central Experiment Station, Morris, Minnesota 56267. DEBRATHOBSONni , BRUCE SUNDBERG Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Thorson, Wahpeton, N.D., announce the engagement of their daughter Debra Kay to Bruce Russell Sundberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E.(Ernie) Sundberg, Fergus Falls. Thorson is a graduate of Wahpeton Senior High and is employed by Otter TaiJ Grocery Company, Fergus Falls. 'Sundberg is a graduate of Fergus Falls Community College and the University of Minnesota. He is employed at Tewauken National Wildlife Refuge. An August 21 wedding at Augustana Lutheran "planned. ' Clubs & Societies State Hospital grounds. FAMILY DINNER Baked Fish Stuffed with Carrot, Celery and Onion Strips Potatoes Green Peas Rhubarb Compote Cookies RHUBARB COMPOTE This method helps to keep the rhubarb pieces intact. 1 pound trimmed ho Uw use rhubarb ft cup light corn syrup Vt cup sugar * Vt cup water Cut rhubarb crosswise into tt-inch pieces — there should be about 3'7 cups. Rinse. In a saucepan stir together the corn syrup, sugar and water; cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, umil mixture boils. Boil 5 minutes or until sugar Is dissolved. Add rhubarb to hot syrup; return to full rolling boil. Remove from heat. Cover tightly and let stand for 30 minutes. Serve warm or chilled. Makes about 2'4 caps — 5 servings. Avoidance best allergy remedy KANSAS CITY (AP) - The best treatment of allergy to food is to avoid the offending foods in all their.iorms, according to Dr. Frederic Speer of the Speer Allergy Clinic in Shawnee Mission, Kan. Food allergies are a life-spoiling rather than a life-destroying condition, Dr. Speer states in a recent article in American Family Physician. In the United States cow's milk is the most common allergen, says the physician, who lists the other most common of. fenders as chocolate and cola, 'corn, eggs, the pea family ("chiefly peanut, which is not a nut"), citrus fruits, tomato, wheat and other small grain, cinnamon and artificial food 'colors. Toastmaster's Club meets Tuesday at 6:15 at the Elks dub. Women's AA and Ala- Teen meets Monday at t p.m. In Cottage D on the Women's Guild will be meeting at First United Church of Christ Wednesday, June 9, t p.m. The hostess are Louise Steib and Jean Hanson. Lake Region Hospital Wfetarjed lax 4: David Hall, ill W. Summit Lloyd Heines, Hennlng V Sharon McAllister, Richville Sadie Martinson, Richville . Anna Miller, Wheaton Carol Perisian, Wadena Jack Peterson, Ashby Clarence Ross, N. Park St Maude J. Roth, Dent DeLoris Schroeder, Elbow Lake Edd Snyder, Wendell Joseph TysdaL. Elbow Lake Alfred Weiby, Battle Lake Personal & Social Thomas A. MlkkeisM, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mikkelson, former residents of Fergus Falls, now of New London, Mn., graduated June 4 from the University of Minnesota Medical School. He and his wife and daughter will go to O'Fallon, H, where he will be a Captain in.the U.S. Air Force, specializing in family practice. Mclule Alice Lyog graduated from St Luke's . Hospital School of Nursing, Fargo, N.D. on Friday, May 28. She is the daughter of Mrs. Harold Lyng and the late Harold Lyng. Friends and relatives of Loreozt and Evelyi Ktdder, Fergus Falls, gathered at Ten Mile Lake Resort, June 2, for their yearly reunion. Those attending were Orviile and -Phyllis Welch, Calif.; Leroy and Arkne Welch, Minneapolis; Chuck and Betty Teberg, Morris; Wanda Kraayenbrink, N.D.; Al' and Haiel Eveoson,and Deloros and David Welch, Fergus Falls. Mrs. C. E. (Mary) Boe attended the annual meeting of the Minnesota Lung Association in Minneapolis Tuesday evening. She was elected to serve a second three-year term as a member of the state board of directors of the association. PamIDnbbels,sonofMr. and Mrs. Warren Dubbels, has accepted employment at Fergus Falls farming with his brother. He graduated from Fergus Falls Senior High in 1J74 and has just completed the tool and die and mold ' making program at the Alexandria Area Vocational Technical Institute. Patty Wkatley, daughter of Esther Spranger and Elmer Spranger, both of Fergus-Falls, has been appointed clinic administrator for the West Minister-North Denver Clinic, in Colorado. She has been with the medical program at the Franklin Tammen Clinic in Denver for three and one-half years. / i Tots and Teens r and In B-Tweens By CARMEN BERG, CUIdrti'i Librarian "ARE YOU READY?" School has just finished. The long summer is stretching before you with such wonderful things as baseball, swimming, baton lessons, hiking «nd a great opportunity at your Public Library. Beginning June 7, »e are swinging into our Summer Reading Program for fun, companionship, a chance to meet new authors, and win awards. Our Bicentennial theme takes us through August 13. We hope you'll be one of the "minute persons" to join our club! For many yean, the public schools have given us the best of cooperation by allowing us to open five of the elementary school libraries. This makes it easier for you to join our program, and have the use of more books. To enroll in the program, come to a school library, or the public library, choose the books you would like to read, and when they are read, return to the school or public library and re port on them. You are now a part of our Bicentennial Reading Club'. Just a reminder, the school libraries open are: Adams - Monday; Jefferson — Tuesday; Cleveland — Wednesday; McKinley—Thursday and Elsenhower — Friday. Books may be borrowed from 12:30 to 2:00 pm The Publk library is open daily from9a.rn.to9 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For your enjoyment, we have programs of films for you. Come -to a'school library at 1 p.m. for a different movie each week. The first week we're starting with a laugh! "Raitodder", a comedy, shows us Buster Keaton crossing Canada on a motor-driven railroad handcar. Should be lots of excitement! If you enjoy birds, don't miss "Adefe Penguins of the Antarctic", a film on penguins. Along with this will be shown "50 Stars and 13 Stripes", a film on our flag. . We hope you'll be a part of,our Bicentennial Reading Club beginning June 7. To encourage you to continue reading during the summer, we have an awards system. Bookmarks,'pins, certificates, ribbons and prperhack books will be awards. These are awarded as you read so many books. The pin will also serve as a pass to attend the movie, "Island of the Blue Dolphins". The film will be shown at the Junior High Auditorium on Aug. 18 to all wearers of the Bicentennial Reading Club pin. So be a "minute person'' and march through the summer with us in our Bicentennial Reading Club! BRENDA JOHNSON lid RICK STRAND . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson Jr. of Erhard announce the engagement of their daughter Breanda to Rick Strand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Strand of Fargo, N.D. The bride-to-be is a 1974 graduate of Pelican Rapids High School and will graduate in June from Moorhead Technical Institute. She is manager of the School House at Elm Tree Square, Fargo, N.D. Strand is a graduate of Fargo High and is employed at the J.C. Penny Co., Fargo. A July 10 wedding is planned. .Music camp scholarships are awarded Recipients oi the Fergus Falls Junior High music camp , scholarships this year are Dawna Tweeton, outstanding eighth-grade band student and Dawn Lundby, outstanding eighth-grade orchestra student. Winners of the Roy Olson Music Award given each year to the outstanding students in band, orchestra and chorus are Sheila Drayna, chorus; Keli Leverson, orchestra; and Kevin Trosvig, band. These awards are J65 scholarships to a camp of the students choice given by Roy Olson Music Co., for the ninth- grade students. Household Hints To remove grease and grime from your hands, mix a few grains of sugar with soap lather. Licenses Eduard Francis DeBruyn, 21, 813 E. Mt. Faith, and Renae Marian Vesey, 21, Fargo. Thomas Glenn Greenwaldt, 25, Hewitt, and Roberta Ann Crouse, 18, Deer Creek. FERGUS EveBlng7:M-S:« Sunday2:00-7:M-9:tt AduUstl.50Uc.Tax NOW SHOWING SO PASSES DRIVE-IN THEATRE At Dusk-Adults 11.50 Inc. Tax Always 2 Big Pictures ENDS TONIGHT 1 • "THE TEACHER" "KISS THE r TEACHER GOODBYE" ' f Fergus F*s (Mn.) Journal ivmg < r : Senior citizens on the move CONNIE PASTIR V*uteer Coordinator Region FMT Nutrition Program Changes are in the making for the Region Four Nutrition Site in Fergus Falls. We are right now in the middle of switching from meals prepared at a local restaurant to meals prepared at the YMCA. This change involves new equipment such as a Urge refrigerator, large stove, and a large freezer and large size utensils to be installed at the site and that is happening right now. This change also involves the hiring of a full-time cook who is working now to get the new equipment organized and cleaned for use. Our new cook is Ekkra Braun who has been locally employed as a cook for the past year. We are very pleased to have her join our staff. She's said that she is anxious to get to know our participants. One change that we must make beginning Monday, June 7, and that our participants must notice right away is the change in the time that reservations for dinner must be in. We have set 1:00 p m. 'the day before you want to eat at the Nutrition Program as the call-in deadline time. We really feel that we need that additional time to plan the amount needed and take the right amounts of meat from the freezer. Our menus win continue to be planned in advance by the Region Four Nutrition Program Dietician Ruby DanieUon; Art Siems will continueas Site Manager; and we will continue to need our faithful volunteers for setting tables, dishing and serving food, selling tickets and working at the desk. We are excited about our changes and anxious to do an even better job of providing good nutritious food for our participants. We want to urge aoyMe over sixty to call 6-6842 by 1:00 pjn. (REMEMBER THE TIME CHANGE) the previous day and try our food, meet our new staff people and see our new equipment as it arrives. French fashion magazine sets U.S. edition NEW YOKK (AP) - An English language edition of L'Officiel, prestigious French fashion magazine, Is being launched in the United States with the September issue. "The American edition will retain the best of the French edition, combined with articles, features and graphics generated here and reflecting America's interests and tastes," according to the U.S. publisher, Evan Kalz. First published in 1921, the magazine today is read in the French language version in 171 countries. The French publishers are Georges Jalou and his wife, Uly Jalou. Dorothy Coleman Seeman, who has served as editor of Fabric Plus Magazine and has had extensive retail fashion experience with major, department stores, will be editor-in- chief of L'Officiel-USA. • AAEN IN SERVICE AIRMAN RONALD M. OLSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Olson, Pelican Rapids Route 2, graduated from the Air Force security police specialist course at Lackland AFB, Tex. He was trained in security and law enforcement, and is assigned to Grand Forks AFB for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. A 1975 graduate of Pelican Rapids High School, he attended South Dakota State University at Brookings. surgery Friday morning for fractures of both legs sustained when struck by a car. She is in room 513. By Abigail Van Buren I Preacher gives funeral in ex-wife's honor Sierra mountainside. She makes a daily round trip to the mine in an elderly pickup truck. A one-time partner helped Lu buy a $2,000 mucking machine, an iron cart that runs into the mine and scoops up the rubble blasted from the walls. But the machine didn't last and she's looking around for another partner to finance her in that final big hit, out there somewhere. DKAK ABBY: My husband died recently. We had only \ two years together, but'ours was a perfect marriage. Never a cross word. He was a saint. We both had been married before, raised our children and lost our spouses through no fault of our oun, Al my husband's funeral. I was shoved over on the bench Iwhir.d the organ where 1 wasn't even able to see th« casket. To add insult to injury, the minister preached a whole service, referring only to my husband's ex-wife. (She was a mcmlxT of the church and 1 wasn't. I The final insult came afterward, when the minister sat holding the hand of my beloved husband's ex -wife. I was so angrv and hurl I could hardly bear it. • 1 f 'l h a <i it in my power. I. would dig my hu sband up and bury him in a private cemelary with a private service. 1 he is nol at peace where he now lies. He loved me too much in have me hurl this way. Plr.w prim this en tha'. ministers will give mere consideration to widows instead of ex-wives. CRUSHED IN MADISON DEAR CRUSHED: The privily* (mid responsibility I of making ihr funrrnl arrangements for yoor deceased riusbaiyl was yours, not his ex-«iltV (She apparently got lo the minister first. I L'nless you failed to assert yourself as >mi should have, (he minister deserves lo be severely ppnsured for having handled th* he did. Accident victim Allegheny Lu still hunts transferred ' ... KatherineNettbrookwhohas JOT QOld in been a patient at Lake Region ^ Sf SL^ *w t S^4!!t NEVADA cm - C 31 "' (AP) half weeks, has been trans- .,5,,. -j^. .-„ :„_. a (ew Moolead 81 ^ W\ ^^A^" Moorhead. She underwent leghany Lu, uncorking a great whack at the mine rockwall with her rusty pick, still hunting the elusive El Dorado after « years. The woman's eyes lit up in the shower of sparks that briefly brightened the gloomy tunnel. She sat down in the dust to study a chunk of yellow rock, shrugged, and tossed it away — just another yellow rock. Alleghany Lu's real name is Luthena Castoru. She's been working around the mines on the northern edge of the Mother Lode since she first came to California from Montana in the 1930s, hunting more of the 1600 million in gold dug out by the .'«ers. "I'm going to hold on until they come up and hang me," Lu vowed recently. The years have whitened her hair but failed to cool the gold fever that hit her so long 'ago, and her faith is as strong as ever. "The pitiful thing is just when I'm close to lu'ttin' a big pocket of gold, I don't have the money to go on," she sighed. Bob Clinch, who sells mining supplies and has known her for X years, said, "Lu's quite a lady. She used to be quite a looker in her day. She would come back from San Francisco wearing white gloves and all^ the trimmings of a San Fran/ Cisco lady. She's got a kind of Diamond LU complex, you know." Cards of Thanks situation that I was in 10 years ago. As an attractive 55-year-old widow. I was wined and dined and courted-by a very' desirable widower in his early 60s. He proposed marriage to me on the condition that his children approved of me. IHe nad two sons and two daughters— all married.) Well. 1 passed their inspection with flying colors, but I wish I hadn't. When he was well, his children came first. Mow he is sick, and he's all mine. STUCK WITH AN A.K. DEAR' STUCK: Nobody gets a lifetime giangtee of good health. YOU could have become sirk asd been «ll HIS. DEAR ABBY: First, some joker wants lo sue his parents for $100.000 for having circumcised him when he was an infant and unable to defend himself. Then Eorr.corK! writes in and suggests that his mother sue the idioi for "womb rent." If she docs, she migbl as well try to get "carrying charges." too. Just a suggestion. DALE P.SCOBEE: HOOD RIVER. ORE. DKAIi ARMY: 1 Mi-rirni'c en tto wmjld like lo pass on some very valuable '.en who might find themselves in the DEAR DALE: U seems only fair since the mother was stuck with the delivery charges. Hatuo write letters? Send SI to Abigail Vin Burn, 132 U-.V.V Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212, for Abby's booklet "Hou (o Write Letters for An Occ»sk>ns." Please enclose a long, self-addressed, stamped (240 envelope. Lu, who got her nickname while working the Seven Aces Mine up by Alleghany- elsewhere in the Sierra, named her current claim the San Francisco. It's a few hundred yards deep and was blasted out of the JEWELRY TALK FREE IIM\D CHECK Are the prongs that hold your diamond In place worn? Don't lose that valuable diamond, let us check it for you. If the prongs need replacement, we do the work in our own shop. Your choice of gold or platinum. Stop in today. Open Tlrarsday Nights Uitil 9P.M. Close at 12 Noon on Saturdays (Yes, we still buy old gold I WEIRDER JEWELERS icar Welander, Gemologist and Jim Welander, Graduate Geologist to serve you. 114 East Lincoln ^ 48 Years Experience CARD Of THANKS I with to cxtttxf my sincere ttiarrt.1 t» friends *nd reUUvn for cwds, f tower i, gift! and visits I rtcelved wftile being t pwrent in tM Lafce Region Ho»#tal. Special mwiXi to Doctor! Davkl San- dwioflr Robert Estrem. Mwn*d Orantf, Pastors J»ck Kusiad ird Kirk AiKJerson *nd To fr.e nurses on first floor. May God Nrts you all. NT. AJThur M. Anderson CARD Of THANKS I wi'Si to thank friend* and relatives lor cards, g r tts r visits and flowers wttXe t was in the hospital. Special man** to Doctor Syverson, nurses and aides on 1st floor. Pastor Kiu'ch. and VFcar Sussfcraut. God Mess YOU an. Mn. Jean 6. Lyng CAKO OF THANKS We wish to txpress our sincere trunks to relatives, friends and neign bofs lor m«ir sympathy, . memorials, flowers and cards ft • me deMfi of ow husband and fattier. Thanks to Pastor Prterson for Sis sermon, to Everett Johnson For singirtg and Betty SundUftd as organtst and me l»dres for servrng the d'-nner. Your kindness Es much appreciated. TMfamiiyof Anton SundWad (CLIP OUT AND SAVE) SUMMER MUSIC PROGRAM-1976 BEGINNING WEEK OF M 7 The following rehearsals plus all lessons given by Miss Halverson and Mr. Snustad. Students who have a time conflict with Vacation Bible School should plan to begin the music program the week of June 14. Beginning String Class 4:00 p.m. Daily [Come-even if not previously signed up) Present 5rh Grade Strings 1 :M p.m. Monday Present Mh Grade Strings 1:00 p.m. Monday Junior High Orchestra H :00a.m. Tuesday Senior High Orchestra 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Present 4th Grade Strings 1:00 p.m. Friday HUG WEEK OF JIM u The following lessons and all rehearsals will be given by Mr. Jacobs, Mr. Leverson, Mr. Raaen, Mr. Da hi and Miss Norlin Flute Beginners 1:00 p.m. Mon. & Thurs. Trombone Beginners l:30 p.m. Mon. & Thurs. Drum Beginners J:00 p.m. Mon. & Thurs. AHo Sax Beginners 2:30 p.m. Men. & Thurs. Cornet Beginners.. i 1:00 p.m. Tues.» Fri. Clarinet Beginners 2:OOp.m.Tues. & Fri. Present 51h Grade Band v.OOp.m. Wed. Present <th Grade Flutes and High Valve Brasses 1:00 p.m. Wed. Present 6th tirade Clarinets, and Low Brass 1:30 p.m. Wed. Present 4th Grade Saxophones & Drums J:00p.m. Wed. Junior High Stage Band 10:00a.m. Wed. Junior High Band ll:00a.m. Wed. Senior High Band Present 9th, 10thand lltti Grade . .7:00p.m. Tues. The entire program is offered at no cost to all in dividual* in Independent School District No. 544 and in Fergus Falls. Lessons and rehearsals will be held in the Junior High School and entrance should be made from the Friberg Avenue Lot. Anyone wishing further information should contact any rf rhe star! members or call Al Jacobs at 704- M01 or 7364719.

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