The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 8, 1976 · Page 4
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Yum-Yum (Jody Davidson) has her hair braided by a group of little maids from school. Uft to right, Sonya Snustad, Ann McManus and Sue Davidson- (Jouroalpbotos by Melanle Luh) Kindergartners need health records Parents of children entering kindergarten in the fall are reminded to complete their summer "homework" early. Minnesota State law requires thai any child entering elementary school for the first time must have a certificate signed by a doctor indicating that they have been immunized for Rubeola (measles) and Ruella (German measles) or that they have had the disease. In addition to this required certificate, each child should have the results of a medical and dental examination recorded on the health record the school has supplied to the parents of these beginners. As soon as the activities described above are completed (the measles certification and the health record), (hey should be mailed to the School Nurses Offices or brought to the Administrative Offices of District 544 on Friberg Avenue. If parents have a beginner and have not received a packet of the blanks to be completed call T3&-7576, the Elementary Supervisor's Office for information. BICESTF.NMALTEA -The local chapter of Ihe Daughter's of the American Revolution celebrated iheir ;«h anniversary Monday. The 37 regular and live prospective members gathered lor a Bicentennial tea complete with a red, white and blue-decorated cake. If ft to right, Edith Langen, Helen Barnard [Jncoln and Laverne Boners dressed for Ihe occasion. [Journal photo by Melanie Uihl Fergus Falls (Mn.) Journal Renegade Theater Women , s dub presents 'The Mikado' meets tonight family/living Tues.,June8,1976 A peasant (Richard Pemberton) begs for mercy from Tin'pu officials Lord High Executioner (Brian Bopp) and Lord High Everything Else (Curt Horn). ByJUDYHALVERSON The musical Ureater has many things which are strictly American developments, but a good deal has also been borrowed from such clever writers for the stage as England's Gilbert and Sullivan. One of the most famous works, The Mikado, will be presented by members of the Renegade Theater made up of local students, June 10, 11 and 12. These two authors delighted in spoofing con- tempora ry politics and The Mikado is an example. The setting is Japan, which boasts a ruler, the Mikado (Charles Wallace) who has little or no contact with or feeling for his people. The governing is left to Ko-Ko, the Ixrd High Executioner (Brian Bopp) and Pooh-Bah, Lord High Everything Else (Curt Horn). Both use the opportunity to further their own private causes, namely, themselves. Add to this, a runaway son of the Mikado (John Reinan) loved by young and beautiful Yum-Yum (Jody Davidson) as well as by old and a good deal less than beautiful Kalisha (Karen Norlin). In this Oriental atmosphere of dialogue (in English, yes), singing, and dancing, which is choreographed by. cast members, this tale will unwind befo re the viewers . eyes. The performances will be given Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Junior High Auditorium. Tickets arn available from cast members or at the door. Household Hints Some eaters like their green peppers peeled, cooked and marinated with oil and vinegar. Buy green peppers without any curvatures and then you can peel them with a swivel-blade vegetable peeler; it will remove only the thin outer skin. Pre-packaged fresh meat, usually bought in supermarkets, may be stored in the original wrapper in the refrigerator for a day or two. If you want to refrigerator-store it a little longer, loosen the package at both ends. • The Fergus Falls Business and Professional Women's Club is holding their first meeting of the club year with a 6.p.m. picnic at the lake cottage of Elizabeth LaPlante Tuesday evening. The new officers for 1976-77 are Frances Peterson, president; Kathleen Merz, first rice president; Phyllis Novak, second vice president; Dorothy Mueller, recording secretary; JoEllen Thacker, treasurer; Bethe Cowan, corresponding secretary. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spidahl, Fergus Falls, announce the marriage of their daughter, Christine, to Kim Parsons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parsons of Seattle, Wash., on June 5, at Eugene, Oregon. Both are students at the University of Oregon in Eugene, and are at home in Springfield, Oregon. Correction Lucy Jackson celebrated her 92nd birthday at the Broen Home last week. Her name was erroneously given as Lucy Johnson in Monday's paper. MARRIAGE . LICENSES Bruce Charles Peasley, 25, Erhard, and Carol Lee Bentley, 23, 120 E. Fir. SNACKT1ME FARE Elaine's Carrot Cake Tea or Coffee ELAINE'S CARROT CAKE When a friend makes the carrot cake in our cookbook she cuts the sugar and omits (he glaze and garnish! 2 cups flour, fork-stir well to aerate before measuring 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons cinnamon Wi cups sugar 1 cup corn oil <i large eggs 2 cups grated (medium fine) carrots, lightly packed (about 4 medium) 1 cup chopped (medium fine) walnuts or pecans Stir together the flour, baking powder, soda, salt and cinnamon. With an electric beater at medium speed, beat together sugar and oil for 2 minutes. At low speed, beat in dry ingredients in 5 additions, alternately with eggs, until smooth. Stir in carrots and nuts. Turn into a greased IWnch angel- cake pan. gbake in a preheated 3&degree oven until a cake tester inserted in center comes out clean — about 1 hour. Cook cake in pan on a wire rack for 5 minutes; loosen edges and around tube and turn out on rack; cool. Serve topside down. Yura-Yum (Judy Davidson) and her schoolmates flirt while singing "Three little maids from school." Ihe children and lead them in games. Books will also be checked out to each child. Movies and story film strips will be used. Enrollment will be limited lo four-and-five-year-olds. Pre- registration is necessary and may be arranged by calling the 1-ibrary, 9-9387. Cards of Thanks Library sets story hour 400 Stories, movies, games and books for four-and-five-year-old children will be included in the Public Library summer story hour program to be held in the Hiawatha Room. Programs are planned for a six-week period on Tuesdays from June 15 through July 20, and will be held from 15 to 11 a.m. The children's librarian, Canr.en Berg, will tell stories lo CARD OF THANKS S : nc«e lhanKs 10 relatives and friends ior cards, letters and 1elep*x>n« calls received *h"><e hospitalized al University Hospital, Minneapolis, Mir.n. AIE were defpJy appreciated. Clara D.Soliati Erickson, Tamke say wedding vows Randi Lynn Erickson of Fergus Falls and Jon Alan Tamke of Battle Lake were married May 29 in a candlelight doable-ring ceremony at First Lutheran Church with Pastor Jack Hustad officiating. Parents of Ihe couple are Mrs. Archie Erickson and the late Archie Erickson of Fergus Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Tamke of Bailie lake. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Tyler Erickson, of Fergus Falls. The bride wore a floor-length Juliet style cream-colored silk voille dress with an empire waist and sheer sleeves with wide cuffs. A cathedral-length veil was also part of Ihe dress. She carried a bouquet of calla lilies and slephanotis The bridesmaids and flower girl wore matching floor-length dVesses of rose-colored chiffon with short capes. They carried bouquets of stephanotis and greens. The bride's sister, Mrs. Greg Johnson of Uwislon. Id., was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Tyler Erickson. Fergus Falls; Lynn Johnson, Blooming Prairie and Mrs. Michael Berle- leit. California. The flower girl was Sara Lynn Erickson. niece of the bride and the bride's personal attendant was Bethe Cowan, Fergus Falls. Tom Tamke. brother of the groom. Frccmont. Xev . served as besl man. Groomsmen were Robert Ellingson Jr.. Battle Ijke; Richard!..Tamke, Bailie Like: andTcrry Tamke, SI. Cloud. The ring bearer was Christopher Johnson, nephew of the groom. Lynn Johnson, Blooming Prairie; Dean Nelson. Gene Kelm and Darwyn Smith, all of Battle lake, served as ushers. Gone Kflm and Darwyn Smith were also candlelighters. Bruce Jacobs was organist and Mrs. Tyler F.ricfaon was soloist. A reception for'about 300 guests was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. Honored guest wasSelma Coleman of Grands Jew, Wash., great- aunt of the bride. Following a wedding trip to Detroit Ukrs. the couple is at home in Battle lake where Ihev are holt) empkrt ed at Ihe Battle lake Review. RANPI and JOirNTAMKF. People and Places Church activities Trinity Lutheran Church has these activities this week: Wednesday — Circle 7, & p.m. with Mrs. Merle Schmidt. Thursday - Circle 5, 2 p.m. with Mrs. Clarence Knutson, Circles, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Art Hoffman; 8 p.m. Church council; 9 p.m. Softball vs. Nazarene- Stavanger. Friday — Circle 1,2 p.m. with Mrs. Henry Holte; 7 p.m. Senior youth Softball. Saturday — Circle 2, 2 p.m. with Mrs. Kenneth Anderson. Ten Mile Lake ALC Women will meet on Thursday, June 10, at 2:30 p.m. in the church. Hostesses are Carrie Moen, Bertha Dybdal and Betty Funk- hoaser. St. Theresa Circle will meet June 10 at 2 p.m. in the OLV church hall. Clubs & Societies Buse homemakers meet at The House of Crafts, 1 p.m., Thursday, June 10. Meet at Haugen's at 3 p.m. Downtown AA and Al- Anon meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Hiawatha Room of the Public Library. Baha'i Fireside meets Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at -119 W. lakeside Drive. Lake Region Hospital Discharged Monday, Jnie Emma Buchholz, 308 So. Mill Ben Del^goon, Routes Susan Fahlsing, 1109 North Park Hilda Johnson, Sebeka Marcella Kittilson, S17 W. Alcott Charles Lootner, Broen Memorial Home Jean Niesche, Tintah Orman O'Meara, 704 W. Summit Emma Tassler. Glenwood Michelle Townswick, $31 W. Unden Alfred C. West. 1010 N. Broadway Personal & Social Pamela Ann Lobse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton D. Iflhse of St. Paul, has graduated from the Arthur B. Anker Memorial School of Nursing in St. Paul, as a registered nurse. She will be employed at Kort Snelling Veterans Hospital. Minneapolis, lohse is the granddaughter of Mrs. Martha !.ohse. F.lbow Uke. and Mr. and Mrs. William Pompe, Wendell. FERGU5 Evening Feature 7:30-9:40 Adults J1.50 Inc. Tn NOW SHOWING No Passes DRIVE-IN THEATRE AIDuskAdultsSl.50 Inc. Taxi Always 2 Big Pictures ENDS TONIGHT 1-"POLIC[WOHEN" ft 2-"fJUSTLEft SQUAD" STARTS WEDNESDAY FRENCH CONNECTION •SB II Q=fc SkuRidcrs s RUMBACHER UUUtfS • CMOK MTK1V MA11WH woiwst IKTBMHK FLORAL DESIGNS For All Occasions • Weddings • Birthdays Anniversaries • Funerals ' : For Service That Is Personally Yours"... IHVS 622 E. Vernon—Fergus Falls Phone 7M-4996 Lucille CHiphant Head Designer, Assistant Manager RENEGADE THEATER THE MIKADO 7 ft u mlay- r rida \-Su I u rda > June 10-11-12 Junior High Auditorium NOTICE FOR BIDS ON SALE OF REAL ESTATE The representative of the estate of Elsie E. Drews, deceased, will accept written bids for the sale of the following described real estate, to-wit: The South 65 ft. of Lot 6, Block 9, of Cutler's First Addition to Fergus Falls, Otter Tail County, Minnesota, address being 310 N. Vine. For appointment to inspect property, call representative. All written bids must be submitted to the undersigned representative by 1:00 P.M., June 39, 1976. All persons who have submitted written bids shall have an opportunity to raise their bids at said time at the offices of Rufer, Hefte, Pemberton, Schulie & Sorlie, Attorneys, 110 N. Mill, Fergus Falls, Mn. All bids must be accompanied by certified check in the amount of 10 percent of the bid price. The personal representative reserves the right to reject any or all bids. A bid should be no less than SI8,KK). Evelyn M. Drews Personal Representative of Elsie E. Drews Estate Phone 738 2630 P. 0. Box 185 Fergus Falls, MN S6537

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