TO ACCOMPANY SINGERS — Director Cornell Svaren reviews choral literature with students who will serve as accompanists for the annual FFHS Spring Choral Concert to be presented next Tuesday night. From the left, the pianists are Sue Thiel, Cindy FFHS choirs to perform Tuesday Searles, Georgia Nagatomo, Bonnie Syverson, Jack! Knapp, Jane Kan and Jann Heyen. About 150 singers are involved in the four choral groups to be featured. (Journal photo by June Barnum) Friday, May 10, 1974 DKG plans initiation Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma will meet Tuesday at C p.m. at the Holiday Inn. New members to be initiated into the society are Geneva Eschweiler and .Lucille Mosher. Pat Ruehle is membership chairman. Discussion of state convention plans is on the agenda. Hostesses for the meeting are Kathryn Olson, Jean Dahling, Evangeline Quam, Alice Nelson, Margaret Halvorson and Mary Jane Berger. Marriage Licenses James Peter Kamphake, 19, Parkers Prairie and Debora Jeannine Mclntire, 16, Parkers Prairie. Kenneth Bernard Ostlund, 27, Deer Creek and Joanne Marilyn Zacharias, 21, Wadena. Messer-Hanstad vows spoken I ENGAGED The Fergus Falls Senior High Choral Department will present its annual Spring Concert Tuesday, May 14 at 8 p.m. at the senior high gym. In noting this change of place, Director Cornell Svaren said there will be folding chairs on the gym floor for those who dislike climbing the stairs to the balcony. During the concert, four choirs will perform a potpourri of choral literature that includes spirituals, patriotic songs, and sacred songs. Selections from J.S. Bach's noted "Jesu, Priceless Treasure/' sung by the Concert Choir, will highlight the evening. Other songs to be sung by the Concert Choir will in- clude "Deep River" with Steve Boe as soloist, "1 Am An American," and "Wake, Awake." The Chamber Singers are preparing selections to include "My Heart Is Offered Still To You," "Some Folks Do," and "School Days." The Choristers will sing "On a lively Summer Evening," "Creator Spirit, By Whose Aid," "A Home In a Meadow," and "Kindness." The Choraliers will sing "Land of Hope and Glory" with Vivian Davenport as soloist, "De Battle Ob Jericho," "Hallelujah, Amen," "Cheribum Song" and "Sanctus and Hosaima." M/che/e Astrup is bride of Michael lender Jottings from the Extension Home Economist West Otter Tail County by Judith Nord Better appearing garments and 'dollars saved can come with constant clothing repair. — New garments strengthened with a few stitches will result in better appearance, longer wear and can eliminate more difficult mending jobs later. —Before washing, mending can prevent additional damage and fraying during the washing, drying process. - Darning is to mend with interlacing stitches. It may be done by hand or at the sewing machine. A small hole, tear or worn place is most easily darned. Machine darning tales less time than hand darning, but the finished darn may be more conspicuous. Thin or soft matching material placed under repair results in a stronger repair. Hand darning is usually limited to wool fabric and wool-like texture except for small holes, worn places, and stockings. Darning threads should blend with the ' material. Ravel from straight cut seams or edges, where they may be spared. Use lengthwise yarns for darning lengthwise, similarly the crosswise. -Patching is to cover up a hole or tear with material. It is suitable for larger holes. It may be applied by hand, at the machine or ironed on. Patching . material for ready-made garments may be taken from a hem, a facing, a pocket, under a pleat or where material can be spared from a double thickness of material. When a new garment is shortened or altered, save the trimmed piece of material for future repairs. Sometimes a patch is deliberately noticeable — as in the tailored elbow patches of leather or fabric for men's sport coats and sweaters. To learn ways of repairing a three cornered tear, frayed sleeve edges, shirt collars or overalls, ask at your Extension Office for the sheets on "Stitches in Time." the "Home Canning" folder' number 100 gives the basics for processing fruits and vegetables. If you are getting acquainted with a pressure canner, you will find this piece of information most helpful. MARGARET ATKINSON and LOWELL TRANGSRUD Mr. and Mrs. Merle R. Atkinson of 922 W. Summit announce the engagement of their daughter Margaret Mary to Lowell Trangsrud, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Trangsrud of Enderlin, N.D. An Aug. 31 wedding is being planned. Following graduation from North Dakota State School of Science, Miss Atkinson will work as a dental hygienist in Fergus Falls for the summer. Trangsrud attended Moorhead : State College and is a graduate : of NDSSS. He is now employed as an electronic technician with Sperry Rand Flight Systems, Phoenix, Ariz. Michele Astrup and Michael Zender exchanged vows in an afternoon wedding April 20 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church with Father Joseph Fridgen officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Astrup of 1208 Foothill Ct., and Mr. and Mrs. George Zender of Route 1 Hoot Lake. Mrs. Gordon Ebersviller served as organist for the processional and recessional, and Cindy Fiest of East Grand Forks was soloist, accompanied by Steve Thomas, also of East Grand Forks, on guitar. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride was attended by Elaine Astrup as maid of honor, and Laurel Astrup, Caryn Chandler, Debi Quaal ' and Patty Germundson as bridesmaids. The groom was attended by David Zender as best man, and Tim Devorak, Busch Norman, Dave Larson and Elaine Halvorson as groomsmen. Tim and Tom Rigness of Tracy ushered. Nancy Zender was flower girl, and Matthew Norman of A Lovelier You Ever had trouble melting chocolate bits? When you melt chocolate bits or morsels, remember they will not melt properly if the slightest amount of moisture is introduced. Any moisture will make the bits tighten into a solid mass. This same tightening could also be caused by trying to melt the chocolate at too high a temperature. However, if the chocolate does tighten, it's possible to make it smooth again by placing it in a double boiler over hot but not boiling water and then blending in up to one tablespoon of vegetable shortening. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. Walt Shol of Wee Town have returned home from a second honeymoon, after 41 years of marriage, made possible by their children. They traveled to Phoenix, Ariz., Old Mexico, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, California, Oregon, and to Washington where they visited Walt's brother-in-law, nieces and nephews. They were gone three weeks and traveled about 8,000 miles. Church activities WCTU will meet Wednesday, May 15 at 2 p.m. at River view Heights. Hostesses are Mrs. Cora Hanson and Ida Moklev. Special musical program. Open to all. Aurdal I£W meets Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. Elmer Hagen and Mrs. Esther Petterson. SARAH SHOPPER COURTESY BREEDS COURTESY By Mary Sue Miller A Lovely writes: A recent column of yours on the need for more courtesy in public life set me thinking. I try to be polite but 1 am so often treated rudely. I'm shovecj in busses, whirled through revolving doors, and met with a take-it-or-leave-it attitude in stores. I get mad at people, and then at myself. I just can't seem to cope. The Answer: You may find a valve for your frustrations, as many do, by repeating the old French phrase. "Noblesse oblige." It once denoted the obligation of generous behavior associated with persons of high rank. In our democratic society the meaning is ranslnted as the obligation of courteous behavior associated with citizens of good will. To exchange discourtesies with strangers is beneath a woman's dignity. She indeed thinks less of herself when she loses her poise. What's more, rude people that she encounters can be taufiht Rood manners only by good example. Under certain circumstances — as. for instance, surly service — a spoken reproof may be justified, bu'. it must be delivered without heat in a quiet voice. Anyone who serves us momentarily is in a less favorable position than we. Caustic treatment of such persons reveals a shocking insensitivity to human values. These days we women are asked to support more causes than are possible. But the cause of mannerly conduct asks no extra time, no money. You simply sow the seeds of courtesy wherever you go. And watch your courtesy breed courtesy. WINNING MANNERS To open a door on increased poise and popularity, send [or my IrooV- lel WiNMNG MANNERS. Topics included arc Inlroductions, Inviia- Oions, Table Manner?, The Charming Hostess, You-Thc Cues!, Dating Manners, Formal Ujnces, Tr^el Tips and Tipping, Small Poinw, like when lo «ar a hal or check your coal. For your copy, wile lo Mary Sue Miller in care of ihis newspaper, enclosing 25 cenls in coin, and n long, seU-addresstd. slampcrl envelope. Provided |0<niiv by Coopoauve Extension Sovcti of M.chigjn Sm» University and Univtrnlv of MinndOIS. St Paul 55101 Minneapolis was ring bearer. Following the ceremony, a reception for about 300 guests was given by the bride's parents. After a wedding trip to Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Zender are now at home, temporarily, at Oak Ridge Estates, Both are graduates of Fergus Falls High School. The bride is employed as secretary and receptionist by Soby Construction, Inc. Her husband is route salesman for Coca-Cola, 7-Up Bottling Company. Lake Region Hospital Discharged May 9: Mrs. Dwyer Bills, Country Manor Usa Hertwig (F- Orville), Alexandria Hjalmer Jacobson, Underwood Steven McCrossin (F- Duane), Route 5 Mrs. Christine Mortenson, Elizabeth Mrs. James Muir and boy, 420 W. Channing Daniel .Ringger (¥.Robertj, Dumont Todd Stonestrom (F- Richard), Elbow Lake Mrs. Edith Wrest, 616 E. Adolphus Mrs. Lynnette Zimmerman and girl, Pelican Rapids Ijnda Messer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merhle Messer of 1405 S. Maybelle, became the bride of Jeff Hanstad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Holland Hanstad of Route 5, in an evening wedding April 27 at Federated Church, Fergus Falls. The Rev. William Van Dyken officiated. Music was provided by Mrs. George Wenino as organist, and Margaret Wenino as soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of hand-pearled chantilly lace and satin organza, with an ap- pliqued self-train, and a veil she and her mother had fashioned. She carried a cascade of white iroses and orange mums. Barb Pederson was her personal attendant. Barb Messer was her sister's maid of honor, and Jann Hanstad, sister of the groom, and Laurie Messer and Judy Swiontek, both sisters of the bride, were bridesmaids. They wore floor-length empire dresses or orange organza, trimmed with matching braid, and each carried a single long- stemmed mum. Gary IJen served as best man, and Dale Fronning, Dann Hanstad and Kevin Swiontek as groomsmen. The ushers were Jerry Hanstad and Dale Hanstad. Honored guests included Avery Davenport Sr., Edna Melaas, Florence Anderson and I-eonard Anderson. Following the ceremony, a reception for 225 guests was given by the parents of the bride. Assisting were Karen Auseth, Diane Meyer, Marcia Knudson, Kathy Scott, Jane Brusven, Vicki Dernmer, Robin Photo by Zierke Studios. Pelican Rapids MR. and MRS. JEFF HANSTAD Messer, Kari Olson, Janet Steussy, Ona Hanstad, Karen Ouren and Gail Lehn. After a wedding trip to Rapid City, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Hanstad are nbw at home at Fergus Falls Route 5. Both are graduates of Fergus Falls High School. The bride is clerk-typist for the Department of Social Services. The groom is employed as meat cutter by Metro Meat Packing Plant. Associated Events Showers were given March 26 by Marcia Knudson; April 2 by fellow workers at the Department of Social Services; April 5 by Ona Hanstad and Jann Hanstad; and April 12 by Janet Steiissy. CEL1ALENANDER and RICHARD NESS II Mr', and Mrs. Andy I/enander of Astoria, S.D., announce the engagement of their daughter Celia to Richard A. Ness II, son of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Ness of Fergus Falls Route I. A June xvedding is planned. Miss Lenanderand her fiance ;ire both students at the University of Minnesota- Morris. Clubs and societies Newcomers Club will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at the YMCA. Barb and Don Smith of the House of Crafts will demonstrate polyform, paper pottery and shrink art, and have other displays. Barbershop Chrous will meet Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Our Lady of Victory School. All men interested in singing are welcome. SATURDAY SUPPER Tomato Meat Loaf Potatoes Asparagus Salad Marmalade Whip Beverage TOMATO MEAT LOAF l l z pounds ground beef '-a pound bulk sausage '£ cup fine dry bread crumbs 1 can (10 3 ,j ounces) condensed tomato soup 1 egg, slightly beaten 2 tablespoons finely grated onion (pulp and juice) or 2 tablespoons instant uiinced onion '2 teaspoon dried basil, crushed U slices (3 ounces) mozzarella cheese Into a medium mixing bowl turn the beef; crumble sausage and add; -thoroughly work together — best done with hands. Add '2 cup of the soup and the remaining ingredients except the cheese; work together well. Shape firmly into a loaf (8 by 4 inches) and place in a shallow baking pan (11 by 8 by 2 inches is a good size). Pour off fat and drippings. Spread loaf with remaining soup and top with the cheese. Bake until cheese begins to melt — 5 minutes or so. Makes 6 servings. FERGUS DRwE .PHONE 739-9667 FRI.-SAT.-SUN. MAY 10-11-12 ACTION PACKED DOUBLE FEATURE BURT REYNOLDS .WHITE LIGHTNING Charles Bronson TheValachi Papers Lake Region area chapter 1207, NARFE, will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Hiawatha Room of the Public Library. Business meeting and lunch. Open to all retired federal employees. Otter Tail Gem & Mineral Club will hold a potluck. supper Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Hiawatha Room of the Public Library. Regular meeting at 8. Ronald Weinholt of Little Sauk will show a film of his trip to Acapulco, Mexico. Visitors welcome. Underwood AA and Al-Anon meet Monday at 8 p.m. at Sverdrup Lutheran Church basement. Western Division of Minnesota Retired Teachers will hold its annual luncheon meeting May 21 at 12:30 at the Elks Club. Rep. Calvin Larson will speak on "What State 'Legislature Has Done for Retired Teachers." Question and answer period to follow. All area retired teachers are urged by the committee to attend. Reservations by May 17. Write or phone Edna Benson, 723 W. Uncoln Ave., Fergus Falls. Phone 736-2440. School lunch menu for May 13-17 Monday Chili & crackers Perfection salad Sandwich Apple krisp with whipped topping Milk Tuesday 2 Sloppy Joes Potato chips Dill slices Fruit juice Chocolate cake Milk Wednesday Elementary—Turkey Senior High — Chicken Whipped potatoes - gravy Spring salad Cranberries Sandwiches Sauce Milk Thursday- Hot dog - catsup Mashed potatoes- butter gravy Fruit cup Pork & beans Pumpkin s'pice bar Milk Friday Hamburger chow mein over fried noodles Steamed rice Vegetable stix Sandwich & jelly Bismark Milk Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish lo express our deep ap precialion for all the kindness shown us by neighbors, friends, and relatives in Ihe loss of our son and brolher for all the memorials, food to the house. Our thanks to the pallbearers, organisi. Rev. and Mrs. Wendell Johnson lor Ihe songs and his comforting message. Special lhanks to the Houg Ham. mer Post. Dallon American Legion for their grave side riles. To the ladies of Ihe church tor serving lunch and last, but noi least, to all the people thai came to the church. Mr. 8, Mrs. Swen Langsjoen Mr. a. Mrs Eugene Boe and family Mr. Gay Langsjoen. Ideal Mother's Day Gift . . . Claire Ann Shover Nursery School Cook Books on sale at. . . Victor Lundeen's Children's Shop Crown Hallmark Stem & Em Drug PROTEIN £0N! |/*iil CAN FINQ TH£M 1M ORftlE «£ WJP 'ffcc concert choir • communittj singers DINEOUT • ma,j 12-0 "first lutV.er.jr. 8pm SWISS STEAK - ROAST BEEF - BAKED HAM | FRIED CHICKEN — ROAST TURKEY Sundays 8 to 2—Dinners 11 to 2 Monday thru Saturday 6:30 to 5:00 LIME'S CAFE CORNER LINCOLN & MILL All seats SI .00. Tickets available at Roy Olson Music, Humanities Building office, by mail from FFCC (please enclose self-addressed stamped envelope) or at the door at First Lutheran Church. The record "MUSIC PLUS" by the 1973-7.1 Madrigal Singers will be for sale at this concert, or it may be obtained by mail from the Fergus Falls Community College. The price is SS.OO. (Mail orders please add iSOc for postage and handling.) Proceeds from the sale of this record will be used for music scholar ships at Fergus Falls Community College.
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