The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 15, 1974 · Page 3
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Saturday, June 15, 1974
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Parts 'Woman: Searching for Self theme of Mini-College This is one of five articles presented this week in a series to introduce topics and speakers for the Mini-CoUege, of interest to wo ?i e " flf a" ages, to be presented June 18 andl9 from9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Fergus Falls Community College. During the two days there will be eight sessions, with an authoritative speaker for each, and a timely film which will be followed by a panel discussion. To register, send name, address and phone number to Mini-College, in care of Anne Siren, Fergus Falls Community College There is no registration fee unless college credit is desired. Teachers within the Fergus Falls public school system may earn con- Terry Medenwaldt is bride tinuing education renewal units by registration and attendance at the Miai- Colkge. Child care services will be provided free of charge for children over two. Women desiring to use this service should contact Louise Pueh (736-4897) this week. Lunch will be served on campus both noons, at a nominal charge. The program is sponsored by Fergus Falls Community College and the Fergus Falls branch of the AAUW, and supported in part by the Minnesota Humanities Commission, an agency of the National Endowment for the Humanities. ByJUNEBARNUM Women's Editor A film, "Growing Up Female," by Julia Reichert and James Klein, will be shown in conjunction with the Mini- U)llege on June 19 at 9 a m and will be followed by a panel discussion of Fergus Falls AAUW members who are pictured below. The film shows the socialization of the American woman through a personal look into the lives of six females. Their ages are from four to thirty-five, and their backgrounds vary from poor black to upper-middle class white. It shows how many forces shape them: their parents, teachers, guidance counselors, the media and advertising, pop music, and the institution of marriage. Robin Morgan says of the film, "There is no rhetoric, no exhortatory phrases, no propaganda or 'polities' in the traditional sense; yet the film is thoroughly political in its simple, straight-forward, understated presentation of the suffering women undergo as we are being culturally conditioned into feminine creatures." This is the final article in the five-part series presented by the Daily Journal to publicize "Woman: Searching for Self" — the first such seminar for women to be held at Fergus Falls Community College. Miss Siren, chairperson for the Mini-College, notes that if successful a similar one may be held next year as well. Terry Medenwaldt and Craig Jorgensen were married June 8 at St. Pauls Lutheran Church In Campbell at an afternoon ceremony performed by the Rev. Robert Burmeister. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Medenwaldt of Route 4, Fergus Falls. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Jorgensen. also of Route 4. Music was provided by Dawn Albertson as organist and by vocalists Ruth Karlgaard, Rhonda Albertson, Denise Etten and Sue Broesder. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length empire gown of white organza and venise lace with a fingertip veil of matching lace. She carried a bouquet of red roses, daisies and baby's breath. Shawn Iverson was maid of honor. Carolyn Medenwaldt, Melinda Komestakes and Teresa Anderson were bridesmaids. Their gowns were in rainbow colors of satin crepe and they carried assorted colored daisies with baby's breath. Meg Olson was flower girl. Marvin Kangas was best man. Keith Medenwaldt, Doug Herman and Mike Siegler were groomsmen. Doug Dewey and Bob Gehrke ushered. Following the ceremony a Seebo pupils give recital Tuesday evening, June 11, the students of Mrs. Raymond Seeba presented a piano and organ recital at her home in rural Underwood. Students who participated were Lori Field, John Field, Dana Kvam, Lisa Kvam, Anne Klinnert, Rebecca Genz, Tamara Rocholl and Debra Rocholl. Vocal selections were presented by Mrs. Leigh Field. TO LEAD DISCUSSION - Panelists who wffl discus the Laurei Births QUAM: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quam, 582 W. Cedar, a girl, June 14. Special events calendar June 15 "West Side Story", Jr. High aud, 8 p.m. 15 ACT test, 8 a.m., Comm. College campus 15-16 Boy Scout canoe derby 15-30 "Oliver" rehearsals ever day, Comm. College 16 FATHERS DAY 17 City Council meeting, 7:30 p.m. 18 OSHA trench and excavating trng. course, Sr. High lect. hall 20 DAIRY DAY 20 Dairy Day demonstration, Cleveland Sch. kitch. 8-30 a.m.-4426 MEECCmtg.,Rm.L512, Comm. College, evening 26 MEECC mtg.. Km. L512, Comm. Col., evening 27-29 102nd birthday celebration in Fergus Falls 28 1924 High Sch. grad. class reunion 28-230 Sportstacular Clubs & Church • ,->!). *•!>. f»' f >\"'-J'.V' •••>.*. vi&_i<->~jjk3 Ptxrto by Vtrncn Sludloi MR. and MRS. BRUCE K. WILEN Societies activities Car/son~W//en vows are said Deborah Carlson and Bruce K. Wilen exchanged marriage vows at a candlelight wedding on June 8 at the Federated Church in Fergus Falls. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Carlson of 837 West Stanton. The groom is the son of Lester Wilen and the late Helen Wilen of Bloomington, formerly of Fergus Falls. The Rev. William Van Dyken and Father Joseph Fridgen officiated at the double rung ceremony. Mrs. George Wenino was organist. Other music was provided by Pam Knutson and Kathy Belka, guitarists, and Cheryl Evenstad and Bill Sampson, vocal soloists. Kevin Carlson served as acolyte, Mrs. Mary Wilen of Bloomington was the bride's personal attendant. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a colonial style dress of nylon organdy over satin trimmed with crocheted lace and featuring a matching train and floor-length veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow sweetheart roses, daisies and baby's breath. Her pearl earrings were a gift of the groom. Mrs. Mary Anderson ot Duluth was matron of honor for her sister. Jill Carlson, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Nancy Loeffler were bridesmaids. They wore yellow and white dotted dresses and carried baskets of daisies, baby's breath and lilies of the valley. Rebecca Anderson and Blaine Anderson, both of Duluth, were flower girl and ring bearer respectively. Bill Wilpn of Bloominston was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Brent Wilen of Bloomington and Richard Carlson of St. Louis Park, brothers of the groom and bride. Gary Carlson of Seattle and Steven Loeffler ushered. Honored guests included the bride's grandmothers. A reception at the church after the ceremony was given by the bride's parents followed by a buffet supper at then- cottage. Host and hostesses at the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Benson and Mr. and Mrs. Marold Johnson. Others assisting were Pam Johnson, Sue Lee, Susan, Cheryl, Dawn and Kim Benson, Steven Benson, Susan Johnson, Mrs. David Dinkgrave, Mrs. Carl Carlson, Mrs. Art Stortroen, Mrs. John McCarthy, Mrs. A) Hemmingway and Unit 5 of the Federated Church. Both bride and groom attended Fergus Falls Senior High School and Fergus Falls Community College. She is employed by John Deere Company and he by the Zeco Company. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wilen are now at home at 100 W. 96th St., Bloomington, Mn. 55420. Associated Events Showers were given on April 13 by Mrs. Dennis Anderson and Mrs. Steven Loeffler, on May 11 by Mrs. Gerald Benson, Mrs. Art Stortroen, Mrs. Tom Mikkelson and Mrs. Carl Carlson, on May 16 by Mrs. Edwin Wolf and Mrs. Mark Munckton, and on May 22 by Mrs. John McCarthy. The rehearsal dinner was given June 7 by the groom. 7th Area MLPNA will meet June 18 at 7 p.m. in the basement conference room at Lake Region Hospital. Michelle Ellingson, IJ>N, will speak on urinary disorders. Duplicate bridge will be played Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. Open to all bridge players. Open House Open house honoring MrTahd Mrs. Otto Olson on their silver wedding anniversary will be held Sunday afternoon, June 23 at their home, 623 West Spruce! Open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mann of Elbow Lake on their 40th wedding anniversary will be held June 23, 2 - 5 p.m., at the Gordon Mann farm, rural Elbow Lake. HOSPITAL NOTES Discharged June 14: Mrs. Marvin Achter and girl, 429 E. St. Charles Martin Christopherson, Vining Wallace Christopherson, Alexandria Ida C. Erickson, 410 W. Lincoln Alvin Evevold, Ashby Gustave J. Foss, Elbow Lake Baby Girl Herness (F- Lester), Route 1 Mrs. Dorothy Hill, 1117 N. Broadway Ernest W. Hubrig, Hankinson, N.D. Elmer Johnson, Underwood Fremont S. Jordal, Herman Erwin Larsen, Underwood Orvin Melaas, Elbow Lake Jacquelynn Ness (F- Donald), 714 S. Court Mrs. John Oien, 810 E. Junius LeRoy Pederson, Battle Lake Mrs. Alfrieda Sholberg, Elizabeth Bethlehem Circles meet next week as follows: Monday— At 8 p.m., Nursery Circle with Jane Uggerud; Tuesday - At 8 p.m., Promotion Circle with Mrs. Melvin Fronning, Higher Education with Mrs. Vivian Kollar, Christian Nurture with Mrs. Don Johnson, Home Mission with Mrs. Leroy Leverson, Charities and Social Action with Mrs. Ronald Brown. Thursday — At 9:30 a.m. — Foreign Mission in the lounge, Sunshine with Mrs. Dale Thunselle. At 1:30 p.m. — Cradle Roll luncheon with Minnie and Tillie Mobraten, Lutheran World Relief with Mrs. Gottfred Olson. Reading with Mrs. Louis Haiby, White Shower with Mrs. Clara Hellekson, Bible Camp luncheon with Mrs. Ole Juven, Pioneer Home with Mrs. Sidney Sether. Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to relatives and friends who were so kind to us in the passing ol our beloved husband, brother Alfred Hole on June 5th. Our special IhanVs to Pastor Underdahl (or words ot comfort, memorials, flowers, cards and food. God Bless You All. Mrs. Alfred Hole Mrs. Thora Erlandson Mrs. Oscar Lindall Melvin Hole Ralph Hole Nephews and nieces. CARDOF THANKS We wish to Thank our many friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathydurino, the death ol our mother. Mrs. Beulah Rowley. Expecially do we thank the staff at Broen Home for their wonderful care, and Rev. A.A. Pederson who olliciated. Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Turnquist Rubyn C. Peterson CARD OF THANKS Thank you to relatives, friends, and neio>bors for silts, cards, flowers and food and Drs and nurses when I was in Ihe hospital. God Mess you. Augusta Haagenv>n Photo by Vernon Studios MR. and MRS. CRAIG JORGENSEN reception for 325 guests was given by the bride's parents in the church basement. The bride is a graduate of Campbell High School. The groom attended Fergus Falls High School ami the Wahpeton State School of Science. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Jorgensen are now at home at Route 4, Fergus Falls, where he is engaged in farming. Tots and Teens r and in B-Tweens ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kapphahn of Route 2 and Mr. and Mrs Conrad Domholt of 526 W. Linden announce the engagement of their children Kathy and Jim. A fall wedding is being planned. Senior Citizens lunch menu Monday Noodles & tuna Mixed vegetables Sweet potatoes Ice cream with Cherry topping Tuesday Waffles Sausage-eggs Fried potatoes Orange juice Wednesday Beef & pork Hot chunky applesauce Au Gratin potatoes Rasin-prune sauce Thursday Meat balls & gravy Mashed potatoes Peas Fresh fruit Friday Spaghetti & meat dinner French applesauce Spinach with German Dressing Russian cole slaw By CAROLYN OLSON, Librarian Candy Haugen tells what she has learned from reading "The Contender", a book about a young ghetto-dwelling Negro THE CONTENDER This story is about a young Negro who wanted to become a fighter. He was an ordinary teenager who had a lot of the same problems of teenagers now days. Because of the author's insight into these teenage problems, I think this book would be more interesting to teenagers than any other age gfoup. Alfred faced a problem with a group who kept pushing him around, until he finally had enough courage and guts to stand up to them. He did this even though he knew he was taking the chance of getting beat up. This stopped them from bugging turn though. Alfred was a' born fighter. Whatever he got, he had to fight for it. It was the only way he could get anything, being poor and living in the ghetto. Maybe this is why he started out as a fighter, but at. least he knew who he was and as much as he could achieve. The thing I learned from this book is that you've got to fight for what you want. You can't sit around and wait for something to come to you. You've got to go put and find it and fight to get Reviewed by: CANDY HAUGEN Grade 9 Junior High School Teens who are looking for some good summer reading should consider the following recent additions to the Public Library's junior collection: Storm Over Innish by Dorothy Clewes takes the Area UMM students receive degrees Area students who were graduated on June 14 from the University of Minnesota, Morris, include Michael W. Bertelsen of Fergus Falls (political science), Charles F. French of Evansville (speech- communication), Valarie C. Hawes of Tintah (German, history, social sciences), Vicki J. Klovstad of Frazee (English), Lyle D. Klovstad of Vergas (mathematics) and sociology), and Donald W. Lokken of Fergus Falls (political science and history with distinction). reader to an isolated island off the Irish coast where a boy with amnesia is washed ashore, changing Letty and her problem-ridden family. In Ben Schecter's Someplace Else, Arnie's problems in adjusting to a new neighborhood are further compounded by his having to study for the Bar Mitzvah under cranky olf Rabbi Bleisch. Then good things start to happen.... Personal and Social Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fick, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fick and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fick and their families visited the Orlin Picks in Minneapolis last Sunday and attended a graduation party for Barry Fick. They also visited the Gordon Fick family. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Porter recently entertained friends and relatives at their Wall Lake home for Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Sommer (Jennie Porter) who were married at Lakeville, Minn., on March 23. The Sommers have left for Bern, Switzerland, to spend six weeks with his family. MSC will show movies of the '30s Movies from the 1930s "The Golden Age of the Film" are being shown free to the public as part of the summer session at Moorhead State College. Special lectures, courses and workshops, in addition to a variety of public offerings, are offered at this year's summer session under the theme, "The Great Depression: A Look at the Thirties." "King Kong", first in the series of 10 free films will be shown at 7:30 p.m. June 17 in Weld Hall Auditorium on campus. Nearly all the remaining films are scheduled to be shown at the same lime and place on Monday evenings. They include: "Feet First", "Captain Blood", "Yankee Doodle Dandy", "A Night at the Opera", "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde", "Gold Diggers of 1933", "Scarface", "All Quiet on the Western Front" and "It Happened One Night". JEWELRY TALK Our diamonds are the finest that money can buy for brilliance and fire. Our diamonds are unmounted so you can choose the one you want. Our mountings are 18K die struck—the utmost in quality and style. 52-pc. including extras for eight, Reed & Barton "French Renaissance" Sterling Silverware with chest at a special price. Open Thursdays Until9 p.m. Close Saturdays at 12 noon I Yes. we still buy old gold) WEU\KR JEWRLERS )scar Welander. Gemologist and Jim Welander L Graduate Geologist lo serve you. 114 East Lincoln 43 Years Experience Ferns falls (Mi.) Jurul Sat., June 15,1974 5 Empty your cannister of flour before filling it with a fresh supply. FERGUS Evening 7:30 4 9:30 Sunday Matinee Z:00 Adults ? 1.50 -Children Under 14-50c Inc.Tax Showing thru Tuesday BUTCH & THE KID ARE BACK! Juitforthehinofit! PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS. 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