The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 29, 1974 · Page 3
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Virginia Manderud weds Tots and Teens and in B-Tweens Virginia Ann Manderud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Manderud of Fergus Falls Route 2 and Gary Kenneth Luetgers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luetgers of Evansville, were united in marriage the afternoon of June 22 at Augustana Lutheran Church of Elizabeth. The Rev. Arnold Lindgren officiated. Mrs. Warren Svendsgaard of Erhard was organist and Mrs. Victor Petterson Jr. of Fergus Falls was soloist. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a floor- length gown of white polyester organza, trimmed with chantilaee, with a matching chapel train. Her mantilla veil of illusion was edged in lace and formed a cathedral train. She carried a bouquet of white roses and blue tinted carnations with white baby's breath. Mrs. Wallace Manderud was her personal attendant. Linda Manderud was her sister's maid of honor, Diane Luetgers, sister of the groom, and Sharon Dalluge were bridesmaids, and Donna Manderud, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. They wore dresses of blue taffeta with flowered organza overlay, and matching blue hats. They carried bouquets of white and blue mums with green-tinted baby's breath. Dennis Luetgers served as his brother's best man, and Wallace Manderud, brother of the bride, and Darryl Johnson as groomsmen. Richard Manderud and Stanley Johnson ushered. Following the ceremony, a reception for about 200 guests was given by the bride's parents with Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hertz as host and hostess. Those assisting were Joyce Luetgers, Sharon Bugge, June Kidder, Janet and Sandy Holt, Debbie Anderson, Frances Biksen, the Mmes. Emilie Undstrom, Florence Nordin, Oliver McEnelly, Elizabeth By CAROLYN OLSON, Librarian Newbery Award winner Ptioro by Vernon Studios MR. and MRS. GARY K. LUETGERS I^uetgers, Loren Backstrom, Dennis Luetgers, Darryl Johnson, Mike Messer, and ladies of the church. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Luetgers will be at home in Evansville where the groom is engaged in fanning. The bride is employed by Mark Sand & Gravel Company in Fergus Falls. Associated Events Showers were given May 18 in Hoffman by Mrs. Florence Nordin; May 23 hear Fergus Falls by Vivian Hertz and JoAnne Backstrom; May 25 at Augustana Lutheran Church, Elizabeth; and June 7 at Faith Lutheran Church, Evansville. The groom's dinner was given by his parents June 21 at their home. Lake Region Hospital Discharged June 28: Gene Barker (F-Donald), Becker Mrs. oust Boen, 227 W. Charming Mrs. Matie B. Buckingham, 525 W. Summit Mrs. George Carlson, Evansville Lisa Lynne Carlson (F- Ronald), Donnelly Nels Dahl, 1121 N. Cleveland Clubs & Societies North Star Citizens Band Radio Club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Security State Bank basement. All radio operators are welcome. Duplicate bridge will be played Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. Open to all bridge players. Heart O'Lakes Camera Club will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Hiawatha room of the Public Library. PSA nature slide-tape presentation. Lillian Wething is hostess. Henry Gau, Morris Mrs. Lessing Gustafson, 815 N. Cleveland Mrs. Herbert Hausmann, Kensington Alfred G. Johnson, 205 N. Sheridan Carla Lyn Kiphuth (F- Lester), 709 N. Union Harry Lawrensen, 544 W. Cedar Cynthia K. Lee (F-Davy), 503 E. Gustavus Earl Lieber, Papillion, Neb. Ernest Maier Sr., a;e v;. i>wgi?.s Jesus N. Mejorado (F- Roberto), Foxhome Mrs. Ray Meyer, 113 W. Bancroft Dean Alan Ratajesak (F-Alan), Miltona Mrs. Miles Rose and boy, 623 W. Fir Mari Rowland, 133 S. Mill Blossom Stephens, 417 W. Lakeside Robert DuWayne Stoen (F-Duwayne), 515 E. Vasa Mrs. David Thoen, 702 E. Adolphus Katherine Vore, 417 W. Lakeside A Lovelier You <• FOR BARE-LEGGED GIRLS By Mary Sue Miller Special attention is due legs that go bare in summer. It begins with u stepped up depilation program. Shaving with P safety or electric razor makes a clean sweep in the sHortest time. Chemical depilatories give longer lasting results; first use requires a patch test. Waxing, usually a salon operation, takes the most time and lasts the longest of methods. Once free of fuzz the leg complexion responds to a sudsy loo- fah sponge at bathtime. Several lotion massages daily increase tone and color. A film of suntan lotion is essential whenever you go barelegged. If your legs need makeup for any reason, do not hesitate to apply it. Not yet tanned legs appreciate a film of hronzer. There are creams, fluids and sprays formulated to disguise veining, spotty discolorations and surface scars. These products are run-proof bat r>ot you-proof. You must practice until you can make proof-perfect applications. As a finish, monitor the grace of your legs. Let those who will stand spread eagle. Or sit with knees spread. What a display of awkwardness! You stand tall and sit erect, with your legs in close formation. When you stretch out in the sun. stretch straight out. Sprawling is not for the likes of Lovelies. STRICTLY PERSONAL Evcnlhing you r.red to know about deodorants, anti-perspiranls ami dcpil.noric, W contained in my leaflet, STRICTLY PERSONAL. All doubt* arc cleared up about why, what, when and how to u'e the;e safcpu-irds of femininity. For >our copy, write to Mary Sue Miller care of this newspaper, enclosing a self-addressed, stamped envelope and 15 cents in coin. ENGAGED Each year those who work with children's literature look forward to the announcement of the Newbery Award winner, the book chosen as the most outstanding contribution to children's literature. There is always the hope that a work of exceptional literary quality and wide appeal to children will appear. Though the Newbery winners have literary merit, they often lack in their appeal to children. This year's Newbery winner is The Slave Dancer by Paula Fox. It is a novel which would be likely to interest adolescent readers. Jesse Bollier, the thirteen-year-old narrator, is rudely kidnapped while running an errand for his impoverished mother. He finds himself aboard "The Moonlight," a "slaver" ship which is involved in the illegal and highly lucrative African slave trade. He soon discovers the reason for his being kidnapped: the sailors heard him play his fife on shore and needed him for a vital job — "dancing" the slaves. Jesse must play his fife while the shackled slaves are forced to move to keep their muscles from deteriorating. An unwilling crew member, he is forced into his hateful job and finds himself part of a trade which he considers im- moral. Jesse's insight grows as he observes the cruelty, greed, racism and kindness among other crew members. Driven by hopes of high profits, a separate morality exists on "The Moonlight." All crew members share the belief that the African slaves are less than human; any cruelty toward the slaves is acceptable. Yet any act that would damage the slaves physical condition and therefore lessen profits would result in death for the erring crew member. In this setting, Paula Fox's masterful characterizations emerge. She has used no convenient stereotypes in creating believable yet unpredictable characters. Good and bad coexist in all the crew members. Jesse learns to mistrust first impressions, as he discovers that his kidnapper is the kindest and most sympathetic person, while the first mate who appeared to be kind and friendly turns out a cold and cruel tormenter. Although the Slave Dancer certainly isn't light summer reading, it does provide a fascinating and thought- provoking account. Best read in a situation where ample discussion could take place, it could be used for classroom reading or discussion groups. Ferjis falls (Mi.) Sat., June 29,1974 5 Marriage Licenses Jerry Roderick Talsness, 23, Battle Lake, and Peggy Evelyn Pederson, 21, Richville. Allan George Giencke, 24, 515 E. Vasa, and Rosanne Marie Bergantine, 22, 529 Ann St. THE MARLOWE RASMUSSONS - Mary Peterson and Marlowe Rasmusson were married June 8 at Faith Lutheran Church, Hutchinson, by the Rev. Thor Skeie. Their attendants were Mrs. Roger Stearns, Barbara Gilbert, Cindy Jacobson, the groom's twin brother Michael, another brother, Stephen, and Roger Herman, The groom's grandmother, Mrs. Clara Rasmussen of Madock, N.D., was an honored guest. The newlyweds are now at home at 313 1th St., Moorhead. The bride will be a junior at Concordia College this fall. Her husband, a graduate of Moorhead State College, is employed by Schramm Construction Company, Moorhead. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peterson of Hutehinson and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rasmusson of Fergus Falls. Births PROPES: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Propes, Elbow Lake, twin boys, June 28. Debra Dillon, Dale Toso wed SUSAN JOHNSON and FRANK FOSLIEN Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson of Garfield announce the engagement of their daughter Susan Jean to Frank Glenn Foslien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Foslien, also of Garfield. An August 17 wedding is being planned. Personal °nd Social Ada ScarpeUinl from Terre I's'-j*?,. lr>d. ; arrived in Fergus Falls on Tuesday to attend her fiftieth class reunion and to visit relatives and friends. She is spending time here with her sister and brother Dina and James Zamani and with Mrs. Emma Giorgini and Mrs. Louis Obowa. COOKING IS FUN PARTY REFRESHER Carol Miller's Fresh Peach Fuzz Almond Wafers CAROL MILLER'S FRESH PEACH FUZZ A friend, now living in New York, brought this delicious drink from Georgia. 6-ounce can frozen pink lemonade Gin Juice and pulp of 1 fresh lime 2 teaspoons grenadine syrup 2 medium or 4 small ripe peaches, rinsed but not peeled 1 tray ice cubes, coarsely crushed Turn the undiluted lemonade into an electric blender; fill the lemonade can with gin (% cup) and add with the lime and grenadine. Quarter peaches and remove pits; add peaches and ice. (For the ice, we used a rectangular 10"A by 4 inch tray that makes 20 ice cubes and froze 2 cups water in it.) Blend until snowlike consistency but don't worry if mixture liquidizes entirely. Serve at once. Makes about 1 quart. For a stronger drink, stir in chilled gin to suit your taste. Debra Dillon and Dale Toso exchanged marriage vows June 22 at Faith Lutheran Church in Pelican Rapids. The Rev. Robert Toso of New Hampton, Iowa, officiated at the candlelight double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dillon and Mrs. Robert Irey, all of Pelican Rapids, and Lloyd Toso of Emporia, Kan. Music was provided by Mrs. Gail Huesser, organist, Avis Resset, flutist and Mrs. Bruce Aamold, vocalist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white silk organza and Nottingham lace with matching cathedral train, and a veil of illusion which was held by a standing crown of lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of white and yellow roses and baby's breath. Her personal attendants were Jule Hopkins and Vikki Strutton. Tam:ny BiV.-.r,, maid of honor, and Patricia Dillon, junior bridesmaid, were attired in blue crepe dresses with overskirts of white and blue eyelet. The bridesmaids, Sue Lynnes, Diane Larson, Kathy Dillon and Jody Lynnes were similarly attired in yellow. They carried parasols to match their gowns, enhanced with nosegays of daisies, baby's breath and stephanotis. Mike Albrecht was best man, Kim Kirk, Kevin Dillon, Gary Dillon and Michael Jessen were groomsmen, and Scott Irey was Senior Citizens lunch menu for July 1 to 5 Monday Ham & raisin sauce Tater tots Harv. beets Shortcake Tuesday Potluck frozen dinner Pastry Reservations for Wed. must be made by 3:30 Tuesday. Wednesday Home-made vegetable soup Baked beans Sandwiches Kresh fruit cup Thursday July 4 — NO MEAL Friday Potluck frozen dinner Cantaloupe sundae ANTIQUES AND ART AT ALEXANDRIA SHOW An antique and art show is to be held at the Alexandria armory on July 5, 6 and 7. Hours of the show, sponsored by the Brush and Palette Club of Alexandria, will be noon to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Local artists will display works in various media and antique exhibitors from four states will bring a variety of glass, primitives, metal ware, Bavarian and R.S. Prussian china, antique furniture, jewelry and lamps. Neil Christian of St. Paul, strolling balladier, will present musical Americana with his harp guitar. Plwto by Zierke Studios. Pelican Rapids MR. and MRS. DALE TOSO junior groomsman. The ushers were Bob Michels and Fred Ishaug. Honored guests included Odin Lynnes, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dillon and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Irey, grandparents of the couple. The reception was given by the bride's parents with Mr. and Mrs. Cy Lynnes and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Knutson as hosts and hostesses. Others assisting were Vicki Backstom, Glenda Johnson, Terry Engebretson, Kris Fossen, Vicki Sauer, Debbie Toso, Denise Hexum, Nancy Dillon, Cindy Lange, and the Mmes. Roy Fossen, Art Erickson, Rodney Ellingson, Keith Homan, Richard Dillon, Jewell Ishaug, Ivan Soberg and the Morning Star Circle of the church. After a short honeymoon, the couple will make their home in Emporia, Kan. Both are graduates of Pelican Rapids high school. The bride is employed at Bailey's Allied Transfer and Storage as bookkeeper, and the groom is employed by Processing in department. Iowa Beef the shipping Associated Events The bride gave a luncheon for her attendants June 16. Showers were given June 17 by the Mmes. Rex Crews, Homer Carlson, Cy Lynnes, Elroy Hexum, Roy Fossen and Art Erickson; and June 19 by Teddi Koland and Debbie Scheer. The groom's dinner was given by the Lloyd Tosos and Robert Ireys at Hardings Valley Ho Room June 21. A wedding dance was held at Perry's Place. June 27. Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Thanks to all who sent gifts, cards, flowers, and who visited me al St. Lukes Hospital in Fargo. Special thanks to Pastor Knick and Vicar O'Brien. God Bless You All! Alpha Mahler When you are preparing creamed fish, try adding a tablespoon or two of sherry to the sauce. Fish and sherry are compatible flavors. I — COUPON SPECIAL — Bring in this coupon for 20% D1SCOOT OH All Services THRU S.iTlRlAV, JULY « Services given by students BITTER'S mm FALLS BR4ITY SCHOOL 125 East Lincoln - Phone 73S-7078 for appointment J JEWELRY TALK If you are thinking about diamonds in one carat or larger, we invite you to come in for quotations. Open Thursday's Until 9 p.m. Close Saturdays at 12 noon (Yes, w t slill buy old gold I \\m\\n JEWELERS scar Welander, Gemologist and Jim Welander^ Graduate Geologist to serve you. 114 East Lincoln 43 Years Experience FERGUS Evening7:20&9:35 Adults Jl.50 Inc. 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