The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 11, 1974 · Page 5
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Jensen-Enf/e/d vows spoken AT SECRETARIES' WORKSHOP - ThoK regtotering above are some of the 250 teachers, students, secretaries, receptionists and other office workers who filled the college theatre to capacity yesterday afternoon for the first 'Girl Friday' workshop held in Fergus Falls. Coordinators Margam Kratzke and Mike WoUan business Instructors at the college, hailed the seminar a huge success and expect it might be repeated next year. (Journal photo by June Barn urn) Senior citizens lunch menu for May 13-17 Monday Chop sucy Rice & butter Carrots Fresh fruit Tuesday Ham & raisin sauce Tater tots Harvard beets Peacli shortcake Wednesday Turkey slices & gravy Sweet potatoes Broccoli cuts Fresh fruit Thursday Roast chicken Au gratin potatoes Green peas Muffins Rhubarb strawberry sauce Friday Meat balls & beef gravy Mashed potatoes Carrots Ice cream Music conferences are set next week ENGAGED ByLEELEVERSON FFHS Music Dept. In the next several weeks, members of the music faculty will be available for conference in regard to children beginning an orchestra or band instrument this summer. Students who will be in fifth grade or above next year may start band instruments. Those who are entering fourth grade or above may begin stringed instruments. Students wanting to play drums should be taking, or have taken piano lessons. The child who learns to play an instrument learns discipline, cooperation with others and a new way to a fuller and richer life. An instrument automatically places him in worthwile school activities; it gives him something interesting, pleasurable and worthwhile to do during the leisure time. Instruments are available for rental during the summer months from one for the music companies. If your child succeeds on his instrument, other arrangements can be made. Please do not rent an instrument before you have talked to one of the music instructors. There is also a limited number of School-owned instruments available. Cost should never be a factor as to starting or not starting a musical instrument. All meetings will be held from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Parents may come in at any time, at the following schools. At McKinley for children from McKinley, Our Lady of Victory and Lincoln on Monday, May 13: At Cleveland School for children from Cleveland and Jefferson on Tuesday, May 14: At Adams for children from Adams, Madison and Eisenhower on Thursday, May 16. Ixist names starting from AF should come at 7:00 G-L at 7:30M-R at 8:00and S-Z at 8:30. Parents are asked to bring their children to this meeting. Those unable to come on the designated date, may come on one of the other dates. The Bookshelf By ROBERT HEMMINGSON Head Librarian Experience a varied world traveling second-hand Vicki Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth .Jensen of Rothsay, and Billy Enfield, son of Mrs. Gladys Enfield of Vergas, were married the afternoon of Apr. 27 at Hamar Lutheran Church, Rothsay, by .Pastor Maynard Stokka. Music was provided by Leah I .indberg as organist, and Sandi Hanson as soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister, Donna Saewert as matron of honor, and her sisters-in law, Nancy Jensen, Denise Jensen and Mary Jensen as bridesmaids. Shannon Schouweiler, neice of the groom, was flower girl. The groom was attended by Jim Hoffmann as best man, and Norm Schouweiler, Dave Kratzke, and Dave Thorson as groomsmen. The ushers were Paul Jensen and Mike Wagner. A reception for 250 guests was given by the parents of the bride following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Enfield are now at home in Vergas. Both are employed by West Central Turkeys, Inc. The bride attended Rothsay High School and the groom attended Perham High School and Moorhead Technical Institute. Church activities Photo by Ztefhe Studios, Pelican Rapids MR. and MRS. BILLY ENFIELD GAILTAATJES and GLENKARLGAARD Mrs. Russell Taatjes of St. Paul and Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Karlgaard of Doran announce the engagement of their daughter and son, Gail Naomi and Glen Phillip. Miss Taatjes and her fiance are both students at St. Cloud State College, majoring in music education. Miss Taatjes is a graduate of Clara City High School. Karlgaard is a graduate of Campbell High School and Fergus Falls Community College. Personal . . .... . .>.',(• .iflV. and Sac ia Mrs. Eleanor (Haagenson) Carls of Pomona, Calif., arrived Thursday to spend some time with her mother, Mrs. Inga Haagenson of 611 N. Union and other relatives and friends in the area. Housekeeper's lover suddenly turns cold By Abigail Van Buren i U74 6T Ctli«J« Trib«*-N. Y. NW1 Snd., Inc. •DEAR ABBY: I was the housekeeper for a man and his wife for four years. His wife died rather suddenly, so he asked me to stay on, which I did gladly. A few months later, he asked me to eat dinner with him. Then we started watching television together, and finally he came to my bedroom and I had an affair with him. This continued for about three months, and I was very happy about it, but suddenly he stopped being friendly and started to act like nothing ever happened between us. I couldn't bear it any longer, so I asked him why he didn't make love to me anymore, and he said he didn't love me—that no bells rang, and it never should have happened in the first place, and would I please forget it? Abby, how can I forget it? I am 40 years old and never was married. He is nearly 60, and I think I am in love with him. Now what? NO TOWN, PLEASE DEAR NO: Now you .should wise up and tell the gentleman to find another housekeeper. [Maybe the next one will be a bell-ringer.! Don't remain in his employ. There is nothing ahead for you there but unhappiness and regret. DEAR ABBY: My sister-in-law has a job as good as the one I have, but she doesn't budget her money, so consequently she is always in debt and she never has anything to show for her money. I am just the opposite. I shop around and spend my money wisely, and I have a very nice wardrobe. My sister-in-law is my size, so every time she sees me wearing something new she says: "When you're through with that, throw it my way." It makes me feel like I should give it to her after I've worn it a season, but 5 like to keep my clothes from one season to the next, and 1 really don't want to "throw" anything her way or anybody else's way. How should I handle it? If I say: "I'll keep you in mind," then I'm committed to give it to her. If 1 don't say anything, she can assume she'll get it eventually. I have given her a few things in the past, but 1 don't like to be rushed. Any suggestions? LIKES TO DRESS DKAR LIKES: I disagree. .Silence doesn't necessarily imply agreement. But to avoid a misunderstanding, say: "I'm glad you like it. hut I'm not making any promises." CONKIDKNTIAL TO "TF.I.L MK THE TRUTH IN MILFORD. N. J.": Some women in slacks should not turn their backs. You are one. Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. CT700, L. A., Calif. 90W9. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope, please. Hale to write letters? Send SI lo Abigail Van Buren. 132 l.asky Dr.. Beverly Hills, Cal. 90212, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." WIN VFW AWARDS Kevin Christensen and Brian Bruns of Cleveland Elementary School, won first place in Fergus Falls and second place in the Ninth District in the FVW Auxiliary 612 Americanism Heritage Scrapbook. Each received a citation, flag and check. "I should like to spend the whole of my life traveling abroad, if 1 could anywhere borrow another life to spend afterwards at home." So wrote William Hazlitt voicing perhaps the sentiments of many people. To see and to know the world in all its .variety is an inviting thought, and yet many would conclude "there is no place like home". One avenue available for experiencing life in other places is to read the reports of others who have been there. Each year a good percentage of new books published are on travel or "place" themes. Selected below are a few newer books that offer the invitation to the would-be adventurer. Four Seasons North by Billie Wright. The Subtitle suggests the content of this book, "A Journal of Life in the Alaskan Wilderness". This is a first year account of a husband and wife who lived in the Brooks Mountain range of Alaska. Their purpose was to experience the traditional Eskimo way of life as far as possible. The "Library Journal" noted that the author "has an eye for color, an ear for sounds in silence, a compelling vision of the eternity that is the Arctic winter ..." There's a Rhino in the Rose Bed, Mother by Betty and Jack I .eslie-MelviUe. Africa is the setting for this lighthearted narrative. The authors invite you to join them at home in Kenya and on safaris across Africa. Some of the political, racial and environmental problems of Africa are identified. Look Down That Winding River by Ben Lucien Burman provides an informal profile of the Mississippi River. Burman remembers the colorful figures of the glamorous steamboat days that are no more. Here are the captains and the pilots he knew personally. A visit to a showboat and to a modern day towboat liven the writing. He concludes that the river remains basically the same; turbulent, untamable, unpredictable. Primitive Worlds by the National Geographic Society. In word and pictures this volume visits some of the few areas on earth where people still live according to ancient ways: in small social units dominated by the authority of the family. Living in the rain- soaked jungles of the New Hebrides and the remote highlands of New Guinea and in the nomadic regions of Kenya, the book reveals why these people are called "our con- tempprary ancestors". Bethel Lutheran's annual Mother-Daughter Tea will be held at the church Tuesday at 8 p.m. Musical selections, and short meditation by Mrs. Arthur Nyhus. Federated Church Social Night will be held tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the church. Mr; and Mrs. Kenneth Campbell will show slides and movies of their rubber raft trip down the Colorado River. Other activity next week includes: Monday — Search committee at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday — WF 'sewing meeting and potluck lunch at 9 a.m.; Worship-Study committee at 7:30 p.m.; Unit 5 meets at 8p.m. with Mrs. Lilac LaValley. Wednesday — Senior Choir at 7:30 p.m. Thursday - Christian Education at 7:30 p.m. Friday — Men's round table breakfast at Unde's Cafe at 6:30 a.m. Local youth get together in Minneapolis home Madrigals' record to be available "The records have been shipped and should arrive in Fergus Falls by this weekend or early next week." With this assurance from Sound 80, Minneapolis recording studio, the Fergus Falls Area Foundation will sponsor a sale of (or taking orders for) the Fergus Falls Community College Madrigal Singers record, "Music Plus" prior to the spring concert at First Lutheran Church tomorrow and Monday at 8 p.m. each evening. Concert-goers may plan to come a few minutes early in order to purchase their records. Proceeds from the sale of the records will be used for music scholarships at the local community college. Geneva Eschweiler, director of choral activities, has indicated that a sell-out of the records will result in more than $1,000 to be distributed to musically- talented area students. A portion of the purchase price may be counted as a tax- deductible contribution to the Fergus Falls Area Foundation. Lake Region Hospital BRIDF.SMAID OMITTED Kay Randash of Fergus Falls served as maid of honor in the wedding of Mari Romslo and Glenn Overbye which was solemnized Apr. 27 and reported in Thursday's issue of the Journal. Her name was inadvertantly omitted from the published account. Cards of Thanks CARDOFTHANKS I would like lo lhank my relatives and friends for iticir leirers, cards, qifis, visits, and telephone calls v/hile I was in Ihe Lake Region Hospital. I especially want to thank Ihe doctors, nurses and aides on the first Moor for their wonderful care and lhanks to the dietitians for their lovely meals. God Bless you all Ruth Hagensick FERGUS DRIVE IN PHONE 739-9667 FRI.-SAT.-SUN. MAY 10-11-12 ACTION PACKED DOUBLE FEATURE /Sicilian Vespers' to be performed at Northrop The musical masterpiece "Sicilian Vespers" by the great Giuseppe Verdi will receive its first Minneapolis performance Friday, May 24 at 8 p.m. in Northrop Auditorium. Although several price categories are sold out, good seats remain for this stunning production by the famed Metropolitan Opera of New York. European soprano Christina Dcutekom stars as Elena in the midwest premier of this melodrama, first performed in 1855. The role of Arrigo will be sung by well-known tenor William tewis. "Sicilian Vespers" is a story of love and political uprising, and is known for its enormous Clubs Quota Club meets Tuesday- noon at Fleet Service Center. Board meeting at 11:45. Duplicate bridge will be played Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. Open to all bridge players. (AUNITEDFUN04GESCYI The fourth grade Camp Fire Father-Daughter wiener roast will be held Monday, May 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Elks Point. Reservations must be made by May 16. Call Claudia Trosvig, 89092 for furuVr information. dramatic and musical impact. Elena and Arrigo, young Sicilian lovers and patriots, conspire to overthrow the rigid French rulers of Sicily, one, of whom is Arrigo's father. The story is based on an actual uprising in 13th century Sicily, and takes its name from the evening hour at which the tragedy occurred, during the wedding of Elena and Arrigo. Tickets still available for Sicilian Vespers may be ordered by mail, but the Metropolitan Opera ticket office at 105 Northrop suggests that patrons call immediately for the best seats (612-373-2345). A few tickets also remain for Der Rosenkavalier, Wednesday, May 22; and Don Giovanni, Thursday, May 23. Ticket office hours are 8:30 to 5 weekdays. AAEN IN SERVICE RUSSELL DEAN ZUEHl-SDORFF, 23, Fergus Falls, has enlisted in the Navy for three years, according to Ruskin Golden, local Navy recruiter. He is currently undergoing boot training at Great I^kes, 111. Zuehlsdorff is a 1970 graduate of Fergus Palls High School and attended the Moorhead Area Tech School. He worked as a mechanic at Suhr Ford before joining the Navy. His wife is the former Cheryl Jean 1-amm of Campbell. Heart) and nutritious breakfast food: oatmeal pancakes (made from scratch) with sliced ripe bananas added to the batter. Serve with butler or margarine and maple syrup. A number of young people from Fergus Falls who are living in the Twin City area had a reunion at the home of Pastor and Mrs. L. M. Udden recently. Pastor Udden is a former pastor of Augustana Lutheran Church in Fergus Falls and now living in the Twin City area also. His address is 9324 Northwood Parkway, Minneapolis, 55427. Those present included: Dennis and Alice Andert — Dennis just graduated from the University of Minnesota and is serving as youth director at St. Paul's 1-utheran Church in Minneapolis. They plan to leave as missionaries to Ecuador under the World' Mission Prayer League in Nov., 1B74. David Andert — will graduate and be ordained from Northwestern Theological Seminary in St. Paul in June. Has accepted a call as youth pastor at Normandale Lutheran Church in Minneapolis. The pastor of the church, Donald Carlson, is married to the former Marie Moris of Fergus Falls. Brad and Marlene (Nelson) Walton — Marlene is teaching in Anoka and her husband attends Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul and is announcer on KTIS Christian Radio Station in the Cities. Don and Rosella (Nelson) Kvcrnon— They live in Grantsburg, Wis., and will leave in early June for West Pakistan as missionaries under the World Mission Prayer league. Peter and I/>Ann (Anderson) Martinson. Peter will graduate from the University of Minnesota in June and plans to enter Seminary in the fall. lather and Judy (Erickson) Hotto - They live in St. Cloud where Ijither works and Judy teaches school. Craia Wentzel — Has completed two years at Luther Theological Seminary and will be going on his internship in Sisseton, S.D., in the fall. Warren Westvig and wife — They live in Minneapolis where Warren is studying to be a radio announcer and works on weekends at a Rochester radio station. Terry and Louise (Johnson) Couliard — Live in Minneapolis where they are both presently employed. Mrs. Mildred Nelson — mother of both Marlene and Rosella was visiting in the Cities and also attended. Richard Aashess and wife — They live in Elk River where both are presently working. Mike and Linda (Stumbo) Head — They live in Rochester where both are working. Paula Coleman — She is attending the University of Minnesota. Also present of Pastor Udden's family were I/ouise and Marie, who are attending the University of Minnesota and Janet and Jimmy. Pastor and Mrs. Udden, and his father, plan to attend their son's (l-auren)s) graduation from UCLA, l/>s Angeles, June 17 and to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary there the following day. Their son, Mark, who also lives and works in Ixjs Angeles, will return from a trip to the Orient tomorrow. Discharged May 10: Mrs. Harold Digre, 1410 Terrace Dr. Mrs. Roger Frerichs, 940 W. Cavour Mrs. Harry I>arson, 512 W. Vasa Mrs. Esther Mortensen, Underwood Mrs. Michael Nelson and girl, Underwood Mrs. Maurice Swanson, 502 W. Spruce BURT REYNOLDS -WHITE LIGHTNING Charles Bronson TheValachi Papers JEWELRY t TALK THNKNIi \B01T A We invite you to come in now. There are many important factors you should consider when buying one and we would like to help you. No obligation of course. 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