The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on March 8, 1974 · Page 4
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Quaa/-Sm/fh vows spoken clu ks& Societies ENGAGED Sheri Quaal become the bride of Bruce Smith in an evening wedding March 2 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church of Fergus Falls. The Rev. Otto Dale performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Juanita Quaal of 1339 Hillcrest Court, Richard Quaal also of Fergus Falls, and Mr and Mrs. Russell Smith of 802 E. Channing. Nuptial music was provided by Keith Melberg as organist and Harold Leland as soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white jersey knit, with pearl and lace trim, with a long veil trimmed with matching lace. She carried a bouquet of white and blue mums, baby's breath, white roses and ivy. Debi Quaa! was her sister's maid of honor, and Carolyn Beck, Natalie Quaal, also a sister, and Jean Vorland of Chokio were bridesmaids. They wore blue satin dresses, embossed with light blue flowers, and carried white snowball mums. Their necklaces were gifts of the bride. John Harlow of Minneapolis served as best man, and Randi Newman and Mark Rud of Fergus Falls, and Jon Helisser of Moorhead as groomsmen. The ushers were Rich Quaal, brother of the bride, and Steve Anderson of Fergus Falls. Honored guests included Mrs. Alfred Quaal, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Floyd and Mrs. Leo Smith, grandparents of the bride and groom. A reception for 135 guests was given by the bride's parents following the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Beck as host and hostess. Others assisting were Mrs. Hank Appelquist, Mrs. Don Hagge, Mrs. Jack Hotchkiss, Mrs. Don Beltrand, Dena Smith, Diane Smith, Sue Rude, Patty Germundson, Michelle Astrup and Caryn Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are now at home at 121019V 2 St. So., Apt. 9, Moorhead. Both are graduates of Fergus Falls High School and Fergus Falls Community College. The bride is employed as payroll clerk at Tempo Stores. The groom, is a student at Moorhead State College and a part-time clerk at Stop & Go Grocery. Associated Events Showers were given Dec. 23 by Mrs. Charles Beck and Carolyn Beck in Fergus Falls; and Feb. 17 by Lynn Peterson and Cheryl Krauter in Moorhead. Lake Region Hospita Discharged March 7: George Ackerman, 1128 Sunset Dr. George Berger, 1021 N. Baird Carl Harthen, 707 W. Cavour William Kragness, 1008 N. Broadway Ricky Larson (F-Larry), Wendell Richard Loomer, 721 W. Linden Mrs. Gary Riedman and girl, 401 E. Cecil Mrs. Edwin Schultz, Wadena Fredrick Sittko, Lake Park Elks ladies will meet for bridge and whist Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Elks Club. Barbershop Chorus will meet Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Our Lady of Victory School. All men interested in singing are welcome. Uke Region Area Chapter 1207, NARFE, will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Hiawatha Room at the Public Library. Business meeting. Lunch. All retired federal employees welcome. Newcomers Club will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at Security State Bank. Angle Clowe will speak on rosemaling. Orwell 4-H Club will meet Monday at the town hall. Fergus 4-H Club will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at the town hall. Bring papers for paper drive and canned fruit or vegetables for roll call. Fine example of 'Old Hall' LAURIE LACEY and PAUL SANFORD Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lacey of Wendell announce the engagement of their daughter I-aurie to Paul Sanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanford of Elbow I^ke. A June 1C wedding is planned. Miss Lacey and her fiance are both graduates of Elbow Kike High School and are presently attending Bemidii State College. Photo by Vtrnon MR. and MRS. BRUCE SMITH ENGAGED SONJA STUEHRENBERG and MARK WUERFFEL Mr. and Mrs. August Stuehrenberg of Kent announce the engagement of their daughter Sonja to Mark Wuerffel, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Carl T. Wuerffel of Cleveland, Ohio. The wedding is planned for June 22 at Lutheran Island Camp, Henning. Miss Stuehrenberg is a student at North Dakota State University, Fargo. Her fiance is a parochial school teacher in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Church activities Hedemarken Church circles meet next week as follows: Monday — Circle 4 at 2 p.m. at the church (Mrs. Carl Grunewald, hostess). Note change of date. Wednesday — Circle 1 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Kenneth Lien; Circle 2 at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Sid Rasmussen (Bring quilting supplies); Circle 3 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. I/eon Merz. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT The Rev. and Mrs. Emil Kallevig of Hopkins, formerly of Fergus Falls, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kay Marjean, to Thomas Holm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Holm of Detroit Lakes. The wedding is planned for June 22. Both are graduates of Golden Valley Lutheran College. Miss Kallevig is a senior at Metropolitan Senior State College, St. Paul, and her fiance is a senior at Concordia College, Moorhead. Marriage Licenses Lon Edward Stoll, 19, Dent, and Connie Marie Haremza, 19, Perham. A Lovelier You TO SMOOTH LEG COMPLEXION By Mary Sue Miller A Lovely writes: The skin on my lefis scuffs off \vilh every stroke of the towel ;iftcr balhins;. Could the dry cnndilion be aggravated by leg makeup'.' I use one the year around to cover dense nrc;is of spider veins. ;( j >.| i- The Answer: Les and |'l fi..'.' body makeup usually net lo guard the complexion from drvness in winter ;mcl summer alike. Of course miiaeles of protection cannot be expected when the lens arc nvcrcxpo.-otl to th'. 1 clemenls. d r y from some systemic cause or from iH'£;lcct. This li-einmonl fol- Inwtd faithfully works to tidy the <iren: ThoiotiE,'My remove lefi makeai) hefnre baths: keep at it until every (rare tin ppears. Go wilhnul mnki'iip (Uirini: the troalir.t nt period when possible. Semi-o|>r.q;ic Mnckinps hide difficulties quite well. Before balhing. dampen legs with warm water and ncntly mas^aee with cienir. pumice to lonsen scuff. Then soak for 10 minutes in a warm tub and wash with dry. skin suds. OIIL'C out of the lub. diy with quick rotary motions. Massage legs with the liehe.-t body lotion you can find. If yoa shave your le.ns. avoid using pumice cream on the same day. Coat lees with body lotion before shavinc with n safety razor. Suitable pre-shave liquids come for electric shavers. Fewer measutes .up not fully resullful So take them all. MORE CURVE FOR THE LEGUME Tf \OIK liiMlii:.— |no!ilrni i- thin. ;-li.ipclr-- lea-. >cn<l E-ir my Ir.iflrr, Mill!K Cl I!N F. Ml U THE I.Kf.l.lXF. h 'li«w- li"«- 1" 1'i.il.l ii| i. hnn - ^irli :-|-o|.iii. riM-in:: r\i lfi-i\ T]-.r If .iflrl .il-o in. hnlr- yv.ir i<ir i! !<•:: u:r.i-;ir. r.irnt-. .mil M['- on a cr.urfiil ^t.inrr .1- u.ll .1- (Littering f.*i!u..;r. For \OIIT »~>p\. urilr lo M.ITV Snr Miller in r.irc ol tlii; nru-- IMI-.I. ,„, !..-,„_ 10.. HI- in ."in .in,l .1 i,.n;. -.-If..!,Mi. -. .!. -l.i.ni.. .1 Jottings from the Extension Home Economist West Otter Tail County by Judith Nord Cabbage ranks with citrus fruits as a major source of vitamin C. When we cook cabbage, however, some of the vitamin C will be lost, depending on how long it is cooked and how much liquid is used. Cabbage is a weight watcher's best friend because one cup of shredded cabbage contains only 25 calories. If you need to add salad dressing, however, 1 tablespoon or regular mayonnaise or French dressing will add 65 calories. Even with the dressing, it's still a calorie bargain. For a new twist to cabbage salad: —Add chunks of orange or canned pineapple. —Shred a carrot or an apple, skin and all. —Add pieces of cut up green pepper or sweet onion. —Add salted peanuts as you toss the cabbage with the dressing. Any way you fix cabbage, whether raw or cooked, it's a nutrition bonus for your family. For a hot cabbage dish, this method of quick steaming with butter and water makes for a satisfying dish. PannedCabbage In a large skillet or pan with tight fitting lid: —Melt 1 tablespoon butter, margarine or meat drippings —Add salt and pepper —Add enough shredded cabbage for your family —Add Vt cup water. Put on pan cover to hold in steam. —Cook over low heat until vegetable is just tender (about 5 minutes). Stir occasionally to keep from sticking. You may need to add a little more water. —Serve hot. There's a lot of cabbage around. Maybe it's because there are about 9,000 seeds in one ounce of cabbage seeds. QUESTION: This beautiful 13-inch ewer is decorated with bright-colored peacock feathers on a blue and white ground with heavy gold trim. It is marked on the base with a castle, the words "Old Hall," and the number 1790, incorporated with the mark. Could you estimate the value of this piece? Mrs. C.A.L. ANSWER: If perfect, your fine example of English earthenware is worth about $80. QUESTION: Recently I went a little overboard and purchased my wife a handsome old hat box covered with printed paper — a picturesque rural scene. The pattern is repeated three times, on the sides and on the lid, of this oblong box. From my wife's enclosed sketch, can you tell us if this box is American or European, and about when it dates? We are told that these were popular abfore 1850. E.P. ANSWER: Your information was correct. Generally speaking, the landscape scenes, like those on your bandbox, date in the first quarter of the last century. Most of those decorated with historical scenes date after 1820, with animal and hunting scenes being popular in the 1830s-1840s. These boxes were primarily used for storage and for transporting clothing, hats or other personal effects. They were made in England and on the Continent, but these examples were rarely decorated as colorfully as their American counterparts. The paper used to cover your box appears to be American in origin. container. What is your opinion? Mrs. L.D. ANSWER: Your husband is right. With the tin container it is worth about $35, and without it, the value of your churn would be less than half the price quoted. QUESTION: My mother would like to know something about an unusual vase she bought years ago. The exterior surface is completely covered with a very coarse texture-like porcelain. This vase is bulbous, having a pretty red rose attached to one side, and is marked with only the word LEAR. Can you tell her anything about the origin and age of this piece? Mrs. O.L. ANSWER: This impressed mark was used on earth- enwares made by Samuel Lear of Hanley, England, from 1877 to 1886. Fergus Falls (Mi.) JHrul Fri., Mar. 8, 1974 5 School lunch menu for March 11-15 Monday Hamb. chow mein over noodles Steamed rice Fresh fruit Sandwich Toffee bar Milk Tuesday Chili & crackers Perfection salad Vegetable stix Sandwich Pineapple shortcake Milk Wednesday Roast beef in gravy Mashed potatoes Green beans Fruit juice Sandwich Ice cream Milk Thursday 2 Tacos Salad Sandwich Apple krisp with whipped topping Milk Friday Hot dog - catsup French fries Dill slices Pork & beans Fruit cup Long John Milk brought to the United States from Germany around 1825. The teeth and tongues of the animals and snake are intricately carved, but are not discernible in the photo. I will appreciate knowing the probable value of this cane. S.O.M. ANSWER: Ivory walking canes like yours are valued around the $50 figure. Get off the hook, both of you will feel better By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: I was really surprised when Joyce asked me to be maid of honor for her wedding. We've been classmates for years, but go with different kids. I can't understand why she chose me. She has many much closer friends. I accepted because I didn't know how to refuse, but now I'm sorry, and I'd like to get out of it. I've already paid Joyce's mom for the dress, but it hasn't been altered. My mom and I gave a shower for Joyce. We invited her mom, sisters, aunts and friends, and they all acted like they were slumming. They openly snubbed my mom. I had a lump in my throat the whole time. My family says if I am in the wedding party they will go to the church only to see me, but not to the reception. My dad says he won't go at all. They didn't invite my slcady boy friend to be my escort, so I won't have anybody to talk to at the reception. At the last minute, should I say I have an illness in the family, and can't go? Or just tell them the truth? DILEMMA D. DEAK DILEMMA: Don't lie. Tell your friend that you have reconsidered and would like out. From what you say, she'll be as glad to get off the hook as you will. DEAR ABBY: I am a widow in my 70s and I need some advice. I have four daughters, and if 1 asked them, I'd get four different answers. A few months ago I saw in the obituary column where tfie wife of an old boy friend of mine died, so I wailed for what I thought was a reasonable length of time and then I wrote him a note and gave him my phone number and said it would be nice to talk to him some time. He called me up and we talked for a long time. In the conversation he said he'd like to see me again, but he hoped I wouldn't expect any "kid stuff" in the love-making department. I ralhcr got the idea that he was trying to tell me that he was too old for lhat sort of thing. Well, I'm not, and if that is what he meant I don't want to waste my time with him as I don't have a whole lot of time left. How can I find out without being too blunt? OLD BUT NOT TOO OLD DEAR OLD: I think he was trying to tell you that as fir as he was concerned, his love-making days were behind him. Whether (hey are is anybody's guess, but if he thinks they are, they are. DEAR ABBY: With regard to your reference to the "hw" requiring the presence of a nurse during a gynecological examination: An Irish doctor attributed it to the conceit of American women. I am a gynecologist who has practiced for 40 years, and 1 have always had a nurse present during examinations, but to my knowledge no law exists which requires it. Physicians in other countries, not being fair game for any and all "suit happy" patients, may have a hard lime understanding this necessary precaution. My colleagues in the U. S. A. do. And they had better! H. H. S. [M. D.) DEAR M.D.: As I understand It, there is no such "law" —it's just a common practice among physicians. And a wise one, for obvious reasons. For Abby's bcokfet, "How (* H»re * Lovely Wcdtog." d tl to Abigail V«» Bun, 1» Luky Dr., Bereriy HOb, Can onions be frozen successfully? Yes, if chopped, blanched for Hi minutes, chilled, and stored at 0 degrees for not more than three to six months. QUESTION: I would like to know the value of an old butter churn marked Dazey Churn & Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Missouri, Patented December 18, 1917. All parts work perfectly well. The Churn can be operated by turning an iron wheel, 8',4 inches in diameter (has an attached handle). The original box that held the cream used to make the butter was tin, but it was so badly rusted that I had a pine box made the exact size. This box fits into an iron-footed frame. My husband feels that the churn would be far more valuable if we retain the tin Personal and Social QUESTION: I have inherited a Newel-post lamp made of bronze metal that is electrified. It was made during the Art Nouveau period, is 26 inches high with a wooden base. It is marked here "EGLANTINE par Rouseau," and the metal nude figure is also signed "Rouseau." We would like very much to know what such a grotesque-type lamp might be worth should we decide we don't want to keep it. Also, I should like to tell you that the nude previously mentioned holds two jeweled lights. Mrs. T.A. ANSWER: Umps like you have described are selling in the $125-$175 price range. (Dorothy Hammond welcomes questions from readers and those of general interest will be answered in the column as space permits. Because of the volume of mail received, she cannot provide personal answers to questions. Prices quoted concerning evaluations are determined by current retail quotations available to the writer and in no way constitute an appraisal. Pictures and drawings cannot be returned. Beth Raaen (Mrs. Paul) of Moorhead will present her senior voice recital tomorrow at 4 p.m. at Hvidsten Hall at Concordia College. The recital is open to the public. Mrs. Raaen is the daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. William Raaen of 1015 Jefferson Place. John Lu, a freshman at Concordia College, Moorhead, will present a piano recital tomorrow at 8 p.m. at Hvidsten Hall on the college campus. It is open to the public. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cheng-En Lu of Fir Ave. W. Mrs. Oscar Lebakken and Mrs. Emil Lebakken, both of Fergus Falls, and Mrs. Arlo Shuck of Wendell, Mrs. Dale Grenier of Morris and Donald Lebakken of Moorhead, attended the funeral of their brother-in-law and uncle, Gustav Lebakken, in Wahpeton last Wednesday. COOKING IS FUN TEENAGE PARTY Frankfurters in Toasted Buns Three-bean Salad Ice Cream with Peanut Butter Sauce PEANUT BUTTER SAUCE Keeps well, refrigerated, for several weeks. I 1 1 cups firmly packed light brown sugar 2-3rds cup dark corn syrup 1 ^ cup butter 5 l-3rd fluid-ounce can evaporated milk, undiluted '4 cup creamy peanut butler Into a 1'z-quart saucepan turn the sugar, corn syrup and butter: cook, stirring constantly, unlil sugar dissolves and mixture boils. Continue cooking without stirring to 240 degrees on a candy thermometer or until 1 teaspoon of mixture dropped into 1 cup very cold water forms a soft bail that flattens on removal from water. Off heal stir in milk and peanut butler until smooth. Serve warm or eoVl. If made ahead, turn sauce into wide- mouth jar, cover and refrigerate. Remove from refrigerator about an hour before using; to speed softening, place jar in bowl oi warm water. Makes 2 to 2'a cups. DeLaine Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brown, Jane Langseth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Langseth, and Linda and Paula Youngdale, daughters of the Rev. and Mrs. Lauren Youngdale, all of Fergus Falls, are members of the Golden Valley Lutheran College a cappella choir which is presenting its concert tour in Georgia and Florida. The 65- voice choir will present its homecoming concert Sunday, March 17 in the GVL college auditorium at 3 p.m. QUESTION: The enclosed photo shows a partially hand- carved ivory cane which was BIBLES DEVOTIONAL BOOKS Brides'Wife Bibles Wedding Books Fergus Fall Wedding Announcements Silver and Golden Anniversary Books Joni Larson, a senior at Evansville High School, has been awarded a $150 Faculty Scholarship at Moorhead State College for next year. Joni, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Larson, has served as Homecoming Queen, vice president of the Student Council, co-editor of the school newspaper, president of the Senior Band and co-captain of girls' track and basketball teams. She has also been a cheerleader and FHA officer. F ERG II 5 Evening7:30&9:3l Adults »1.25-Chfldren Under 14-58c Inc. Tax TONIGHT and SATURDAY SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY "He's just obout the ryccst guy you new sow!" SUNDAY MATINEE AT2:08P.M. Fergus Falls Civic Orchestra SPRING CONCERT 27th Season Soloist - Jill Gidmark Flutist Director, Frank Hedlund Sunday, March 10 •l:00p.m. — at the Junior High School! Auditorium FrCe Will Offering

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