The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 8, 1974 · Page 3
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Wen/no-Baker vows spoken Federated Church of Fergus Falls was the scene of a candlelight wedding May 25 when Lisa Wenino, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K.W. Wenino of 316 E. Channing, became the bride of Craig Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker of 528 Lundy's Lane. The Rev. William VanDyken performed the double-ring ceremony. Music was provided by Mrs. George Wenino, organist; Carolyn Mpen, flutist; Margaret Wenino, soloist; and Ron Haugen, guitarist and soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full- length champagne-colored gown of taffeta over satin, trimmed in chantilly lace and pearls, and a floor-length veil which was held by a matching pearl-trimmed Juliet cap. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and blue baby's breath. Roxie Stensrud was her personal attendant. Jody Nilson of Fergus Falls was maid of honor, Wendy Kremeier of Sioux Falls, S.D., was matron of honor, and Mary Baker of Fergus Falls, Lori Engebretson of Fargo and Mary Johnson of Moorhead were bridesmaids. They wore cream-colored pinafores designed with minature blue and yellow flowers, and picture hats trimmed with yellow roses. They carried bouquets of yellow mums and blue baby's breath. Patricia Essig was flower girl and Trevor Sleeves was ring bearer. The groom was attended by Jason Jahn of Canby as best man, and Dale Jacobson, Mike Kvenvolden, Ron Haugen and Al Bordson, all of Fergus Falls, as groomsmen. The ushers were Terry Kremeier of Sioux Falls, S.D. and Ray Lottie of The Bookshelf By ROBERT HEMMINGSON Head librarian National Geographic books provide lively reading PWto b> Fjrrar tx Ftrgiu Fill! MR and MRS. CRAIG BAKER Minneapolis. Honored guests included Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Dominick of Fergus Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Baker of St. Paul and Mrs. Glen Nelson of Princeton, grandparents of the bride and groom, and Miss Clara Bentzin of Willmar, the bride's great- aunt. A reception for 250 guests was held following the ceremony. Those assisting included Boni Hanson, Mary Buckley, Suzie Vial, Sheri Kerb, Kathy Torgerson, Jeanie Geisinger, Wife's nest egg may and the Mmes. Joseph Baker, Robert Anderson, Raymond Lottie, Robert Wenino, Larry Engebretson and Clara Bentzin. Mr. and Mrs. Baker are now at home at 1210 19% St. S., Apt. 7, Moorhead. Both are graduates of Fergus Falls High School. The bride is employed by Red Owl Stores, Inc. The groom attended Fergus Falls State Junior College and Moorhead State College. He is employed By Independent School District 152. Associated Events The rehearsal dinner was given by the groom's parents May 24 at the Elks Club. Showers were given Apr. 13 by Jody Nilson and Mary Johnson; May 4 by Mrs. Glen Moen; May 9 by Mrs. Jim Brewer and Mrs. Warren Nye; May 11 by Mrs. Vivan Kollar and Mrs. Talmadge Hanson; May 11 by Mrs. W.N. Pierce and Faulty Wives; May 14 by Mrs. Roy Island and Mrs. Ann Skogmo; and May 18 by Mrs. George Wenino and Mrs. G.W. Porter. Some books make their impact upon the reader by both word and picture. The most successful such books are probably those published by the National Geographic Society. Unsurpassed for their photographic beauty this series of published titles has always been popular. The Public Library owns all of the National Geographic books, some 55 different titles. Listed below are a few which indicate the variety of subjects covered. Vacationlaid U.&A. Action- packed adventures from the crest of a majestic wave at Hawaii's Waikiki Beach to the breathtaking depths of Devil's Sinkhole, Texas. The American Cowboy. Meet the men — their natural background of tumbteweed and longhorns — rounded up the American West and left their unmistakable brand upon the region. Wilderness V.&A. Tour the , i -. SKAffiSW Lake Re 9' on challenge they offer and to 11 .. i learn why man continues to MOSDIlQl need them. > World Beneath the Sea. Dive down into that amazing realm called "inner space". Discover the myriad aspects of life that exist there. The Alps. Expand your Alpine horizons to include a vast, lovely 85,000 square-mile, seven nation region. Learn about the crafts and colorful customs of sturdy, independent Alpine folk. The Vikings. Follow Viking warriors who terrorized eighth century Europe. Learn their legacy of seamanship and colonization, and visit lands where remnants of their heritage remain today. The Mighty Mississippi. Explore this waterway from its trickling source in a Minnesota lake, as it flows through the vital, pulsing heartland of America. Meet the people who travel its water and inhabit its banks. Isles of the Caribbees. A cruise through the history-rich West Indies. Visit Martinique, Trinidad, the Grenadines. A beautiful balance of island history and seagoing adventure. Pholo by V«rncn Studkn MR. and MRS. RICHARD MARTHALER Vicki Boll weds Fails fills (Mi.) ferul SH., ^8,1974 5 Senior Citizens lunch menu for June 10 to 14 Monday Fish steak Cherry sauce Green beans Donut Tuesday Meat loaf & gravy Peach half Mixed vegetables Relish tray Wednesday Roast beef Au Jus Mashed potatoes Squash Coconut creme fruitcup Thursday Chili con carne Peas Tater tots Ice cream Friday Swiss steak with tomatoes Green beans Au Gratin potatoes Applesauce COOKING«Vl IS FIJI*, prevent a goose egg By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: I am an experienced secretary and bookkeeper who quit work to have a family. My children are in school all day now and I want to get a part-time job. My husband says if I want to work outside the aome I should work for him. [He owns a small retail business.] I don't want to work for him because he refuses to pay me. He says: "You don't need any money of your own. If you want something, ask me and I'll give you the money for it." [In the past when I've asked for money he .has had to know where every dime is going.] He enjoys having me ask him for money. It makes him feel important. I don't see anything wrong with a wife having a little nest egg, do you? J. IN MASS. DEAR J.: No. And sometimes it's the wife's nest egg that bails her husband out when there's a goose egg in Us bank account! DEAR ABBY: How much time should a wife give her husband to' make up his mind between her and the other woman? After 18 years of marriage and four beautiful children, my husband became involved with a divorcee I'll call Anna. After he told me about her, I tried for three months to correct the things about me that made him stray in the first place. Finally, I couldn't stand his running back and forth between me and Anna, so I told him to move out until he decided which one he wanted. He went to stay with a buddy but he comes home a couple times a week. [Anna works days, and he works nights.] When he's home I do his laundry and we share the same bed. Everything is just wonderful—just like old times. I try to be the ideal wife, hoping he will realize what he's missing and decide to come home for good. He keeps telling me he still loves me but he can't give up Anna. I told him he can't come home to live until he quits seeing Anna altogether. Abby, lately I'm losing respect for myself. I feel like I'm being used. Am I going about this wrong? Please advise m e. CONFUSED DEAR CONFUSED: You did everything right up to the point where you let him com* home to use yon as a part- time wife and a full time laundry service. DEAR ABBY: I went with a beautiful 22-year-old girl for eight months. H'm 28.] She came on like a lily white touch- me-not virgin. She even slapped my face once, when I let my hands get too familiar with her. I never came right out and asked her if she was a virgin because from her actions I was sure she was. I was so glad she had "saved herself" for marriage because that was the one thing I wanted in a wife. Well, after we were married I found out that she lied to me. She refuses to talk about it, and 1 feel that I have been tricked. I think she withheld the truth from me because she knew I'd never marry her if I knew. I was really crazy about this girl, and she seemed to care for me, too, but now everything is ruined. We aren't getting along at all, and it's all because she deceived me about her virginity. It's gotten to the point where I leel divorce is the only answer. Please help me. CHEATED DEAR CHEATED: She didn't lie to you, you jumped to a conclusion. Too bad you ptice such a Ugh priority MI virginity because there is no way she cam get ben back. However, "never have loved Were" Isa't the most important thing a woman can bring to a marriage. Her past is her business, aid she owes yo« M explanations, so if you want to save your marriage, get some counseling. Marriage Licenses Chester G. Rosengren, 909 E. Mt. Faith and Evelyn Johnson Cole, 1323 Hillcrest Court. Elden Charles Herrmann, 21, Dent and Janice Marie Thronson, 18, Pelican Rapids. , CECur HOWNSIONI AKood f*ioi SUNDAY SUPPER Phyll's Minestrone Make-your-own Sandwiches Fruit Beverage PHYLL'S MINESTRONE Quick to assemble. 1% quarts beef broth IVz cups home-cooked or canned chick peas 2-3rds cup diced celery 2-3rds cup diced carrot te cup diced onion 16-ounce can tomatoes, un drained 8-ounce can green lima beans, undrained l-3rd cup elbow macaroni Oregano, salt and pepper to taste Bring the broth, chick peas, celery, carrot, onion and tomatoes to a boil; simmer about 45 minutes. Add lima beans, macaroni and seasoning; cook until macaroni is tender. Serve with freshly grated Parmesan cheese. Makes 8 to 10 servings. Discharged June?: Nancy Burau (F- Gerald), Route 1 Adolph Dehlin, Wheaton Otto Evjen, 510 E. Vernon Michael Formo, Battle Lake Frank Freeman, Richville Mrs. Ida Gibbs, Verndale William Gullickson, Riverside Ct. Mrs. John Hagge, 117 W. Hillside Norman Halbakken, Pelican Rapids Mrs. Walter Labraaten, 204 E. Vasa Mrs. Robert Ledbetter, 1114 Sunset Dr. Marvin Mekalson, Battle Lake Martin Nickelson, 1110 Springen Mrs. Douglas Range, Ashby Kari Zimmerman (F- Kenneth), 210 W. Bancroft Births SWANSON: Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Swanson, Route 3, a girl, June 7. A mixture of soy sauce, dry sherry and sugar makes a delicious marinade for liver that is to be broiled. Vicki Kay Boll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Boll of Moorhead, formerly of Fergus Falls, and Richard Albert Marthaler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marthaler of Sauk Centre, exchanged vows in an afternoon wedding June 1 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church. Father Joseph Fridgen officiated. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Gordon Ebersviller, organist, and Mrs. Delbert Strader, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of bridal satin, trimmed with venise lace, and a ballerina-length veil which was held by a matching Juliet hat. She carried a chantilly boquet of pink roses and baby's Church activities Aurdal I.CW will meet Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. Marvin Jacobs and Mrs. Elroy Boen. Clubs & Societies Duplicate bridge will be played Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. Open to all bridge players. Kermit Eugene Bahls, 28, Frazee and Pamela Louise Klegin, 17, Frazee. Leader of elderly stresses life James John Peters, 27, Bluffton and Mary Ailene Niemela, 18, New York Mills. Mark Joseph Luckiesh, 23, Manilla, la., and Shirley Jean Rudolph, 21, New York Mills. BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — Sex after 60? At least twice a week for longer, happier and healthier lives, says a leader of a seminar on the sexual behavior of the elderly. "It is completely normal for men in their 70s or 80s to be capable of normal, pleasurable A Lovelier You HOW MANY MEALS ON DIET? By Mary Sue Miller Myths about dieting are resurrected from time to ime. At present, some reducers are claiming that it is asier to diet when you divide your calories among five or six small meals a day. Others declare for two meals. Neither idea is new, just popped up anew. Let's first examine the two-meal plan. Do you think a woman would ever become weighty if she could be satisfied with three meals a day and a normal calorie count? Certainly not. She cannot be expected to control her intake were she to cut calories and forego a meal. She's likely to become a diet dropout. A regimen uf five or six small meals a day has proven painless and effective when administered under close medical' supervision. Otherwise, it can lead to indiscriminate snacking. unless the meals art- prepared to strict specifications. And everyone knows that snacking is the cause of much overweight. Too. the plan is almost impossible to carry out. if you work away from home. Experience shows that most reducers find three meals the safest plan. You are more apt to diet and lose when you divide your calorie allotment into three near-equal parts — 300 for breakfast, -100 for luncheon and 500 for dinner. For a pick-up between meals, set aside a glass of skim milk or a piece of fruit, which would ordinaiiK be taken at mealtime. That way you stave off hunger and stick with youi diet. LEANER. LIGHTER AND LOVELIER Hrri:V .1 |uinlr-s way for trrns and adulls In rriliiro! JiM send for my hooUn. I.EAXKK, l.lf.HTER AND LOVELIER. Ft include menu* fiir delicious mcaU and snacks; caloric counter and nulritim cliatl: diet j-lifHinM 4 : s|x>t reducers. Kor ynnr copy wriie (o Mary Sin Miller in carr nf diis newspaper, enclosing a Ion;:, sp||..idilrr-cd rmelmic and 2a cents in coin. sexual relations, and for their partners to respond equally as well," says Helen Parsons, a social worker who leads a series of seminars on the concerns of senior citizens. But most elderly people repress their instincts because of the "puritanical attitude of society which makes the public think that older people don't have sexual desires," Mrs. Parsons said. About 30 persons attended a recent seminar that was advertised throughout the city. Many senior-citizen clubs refused to listen to "such dirty things," she said. "It is terribly wrong what society has done," said Mrs. Parsons. "Of course sexual desires and ability for sexual intercourse live in every man and woman — regardless of their age." One elderly woman blushed daintily and rushed out of the room when she discovered the topic to be discussed was sex. Society's adulation of youth, dirty-old-men jokes and the snickers that accompany news that an elderly man has wed a woman less than half his age reinforce guilt older people have toward sex, Mrs. Parsons said. Sexual inhibitions in older people are strengthened by other impediments to an active sex life, she added. There aren't enough elderly men to go around, she pointed out, because men tend to marry women younger than them- selves. She said 57 per cent of those over 65 are women and two-thirds of the women are widows. Many of those widows never have sex after their husbands die because they feel guilty about pursuing a man, she said. A lack of privacy also hampers sexuality, Mrs. Parson said. Nursing home patients can't visit privately with their spouses. And many older couples live with their children or grandchildren and don't have many chances to be alone. Pension and federal Social Security regulations also discourage remarriage because payments then are adjusted downward. Mrs. Parsons said many older persons have gotten around those problems by not bothering to get married and living in "Social Security sin." A geriatrics nurse, Mrs. Dorothy Saltman, said even patients who've been told by their doctors to "take it easy" can indulge in sex—and it can help some of them. "Sexual intercourse is good, healthy exercise, comparable to a brisk walk around the block or climbing a flight of stairs. In fact it is quite beneficial." Mrs. Saltman said the adrenalin and cortisone released by the body during sex often eases pain from arthritis. "Enjoying sex is evidence that one is living. It is an affirmation of life and a denial of death," Mrs. Parsons said. breath. Carol Hanson was her personal attendant. Janice Price of Minneapolis was maid of honor; Cathy Boll, Rose Ann Marthaler and Janice Anderson were bridesmaids; and Kris and Kay Goodijohn were junior bridesmaids. They wore gowns of pink and blue frosted dacron and carried bouquets of pink and blue carnations and pink baby's breath. Larry Marthaler served aa best man; David Marthaler, Scott Boll and Steve Erickson as groomsmen; and Jeff Boll and Mike Johnson as junior groomsmen. The ushers were Dave Donley, Virgil Marthaler, Mitch Becker and Steve Goodijohn. Tammy O'Keefe was flower girl, and Keith Marthaler was ring bearer. Mrs. Catherine O'Keefe of Wahpeton, grandmother of the bride, was an honored guest. Following the ceremony.a reception was given at the Holiday Inn by the bride's parents with Mr. and Mrs. Mike O'Keefe and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph lilies as hosts and hostesses. Those assisting were Mrs. Robert Young, Mrs. Mae Reich, Mrs. Shirley Marthaler, Mrs. Ted Tangen, Dianne Johnson, Paula Mueller, Maey Potter, Barbie O'Keefe, Lori and Heidi Scheiderlein, Lois Thiel, Betty Johnson and Shirley Scheiderlein. The bride is a graduate of Fergus Falls High School and Wadena Technical School and has been employed by Northern States Power of Minneapolis. The groom, a graduate of Sauk Centre High School and Wadena Tech, is employed by ITT of Little Stergen Bay, Wis., where the newlyweds will make their home. Associated Events Showers were given Apr. 28 by NSP employees; May 5 by friends and relatives of the groom; and May 25 by Mrs. Don Hinnenkamp, Mrs. Mae Reich and Mrs. Ron Becker. A buffet supper was served at the Boll cottage on Otter Tail Lake before the dance at the Tringle Inn. (A UNITED FUND There are still openings at both sessions of Moccasin Valley Day Camp. You may mail your registration and $1 deposit to the Camp Fire office, n5\<z W. Lincoln. Camperships are available; you may include a request for a campership with your registration. Applications for counselors may still be mailed to the office. Adventure Level Camp Fire Girls: You could earn the Venture Craft in Recreation by participating in the Summer Recreation Program. Check page 164 in your Adventure Book. Board Meeting: Tuesday, June 25, 9:30 a.m. Camp Fire office. The office is now closed until July 16. If you have questions, you may • caU the executive director, Garnet Muehlhausen, at 6-3573. FERGUS Evening 7.-2S&9.-30 Adults $1.50-Children Under 14 -50c Inc. Tax ENDS TONIGHT JOHN WAYNE Sinday-Monday-TBesJajf ELLIOTT GOULD FERGUS DRIVE-IN LAST NIGHT!! 2 SCREAMING SHOCKERS JUST REMEMBER IT'S ONLY A MOVIE "LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT" —and— MORE TERRIFY ING THAN PSYCHO "DON'T LOOK IN BASEMENT" FERGUSFALLS 739-9667 SUNDAY-TUESDAY JAMES BOND IS BACK -007ACTION- "LIVE AND LET DIE" He's a good cop-on a big bike on a bad road - - COUPON SPECIAL Our Best Permanent Wave Onlv ""^ Haircut Included Tiesdav, .line it thro Saturday, Juno 15 Services Given by Students HITTER'S mm FALLS lEAffl SCHOOL 125 East Lincoln — Phone 734-7076for appointment J I JEWELRY TALK With the ever increasing costs of diamonds, it is important to select one that will give you the most for your money. There are ten grades of color and internal qualities in diamonds and they can vary in each grade. With our experience and the help of our gemscope, we can personally help you select a diamond for better cut to maintain, its brilliance and fire. If you are thinking about purchasing a diamond, stop in and let us help you. Open Thursdays Until 9 p.m. Close Saturdays at 12 noon MHLERS scar Welander, Gemologist and Jim Welanderj Graduate Geologist to serve you. 114 East Lincoln 43 Years Experience

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