The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on July 20, 1974 · Page 3
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Jane Mande/ke is bride Jane E. Mandelke and Wayne E. Bredeson were united in marriage the evening of July 12 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church. Father Eb Schefers officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mandelke of Route 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Elder Bredeson of 800 W. Linden. Music was provided by Mrs. Gordon Ebersviller as organist and Mary Holte as soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length empire gown of nylon sheer over satin, trimmed with daisies, and a fingertip veil which was held by a jeweled headpiece. She carried a bouquet of red roses and baby's breath. Paulette Hoebelheinsich was matron of honor, and Joan Bredeson, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. They wore empire gowns of red dotted swiss and carried bouquets of red and white roses. Les Bredeson, brother of the groom, was best man, and Paul Mandelke, brother of the bride, was groomsman. The ushers were John Mandelke, brother of the bride, and Don Stenstrom. The honored guests were Alfred Bredeson, grandfather of the groom, and Mrs. Thelma Splittgerber. Following the ceremony, a reception was given by the bride's parents with Mr. and Mrs. David Mandelke as host and hostess. Others assisting were Mary Earle, Sue Denbrook, Kathy Menze, Debbie Schmidt, Patti Stenstrom, Paula Johnson, James Mandelke, Jeff Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bredeson, and the Mmes. Richard Earle, Alvin Denbropk, Ellis Engebretson, Kurt Bigelow, Bob Stenstrom, Firiis Falls (Mi.) Jevrul Sat., July 20,1974 5 Miss AAoen on tour in Europe Carolyn Moen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moen of 515 Lundy's Lane, is one of two Minnesota music students traveling in Europe July 11- Aug. 8 as members of the American Youth in Concert 1974 which is directed by the Universal Academy of Music, Princeton, N.J. The group will present concerts in Italy and Switzerland and also tour France and England. On returning, Aug. 8, they will also present-a concert in the New York Town School where she studied flute Photo by vernon Studios MR. and MRS. WAYNE E. BREDESON Alan Lueck, Gary Johnson, Mike Veazie and ,Allan Backstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Bredeson are now at home at 1101 N. Broadway. Both are graduates of Fergus Falls High School. The bride is employed at the Minnesota Department of Employment Services and the groom at Medallion Kitchens. Associated Events Showers for the bride were given June 22 by Mrs. Floyd Neubauer, Mrs. Kurt Bigelow, Mrs. Gary Johnson and Mrs. Mike Veazie; and June 25 by Kathy Menze, Doreen Brown and Marlene Engel. ENGAGED She plans College, Moorhead, this fall where she will major in music. KVERN REUNION IS PLANNED The Kvern family reunion picnic will be held Sunday, July 28, at noon, at Roosevelt Park. Potluck with pie for dessert. Coffee and koolaid furnished. DAY CAMP COUNSELORS — Counselors for Moccasin Valley Day Camp completed plans yesterday afternoon for a program of varied activities to entertain campers during (he next two weeks. Pictured left to right (hey are Debi Quaal, Mary Mikkelson, Joan Moccasin Valley Camp set for opening Monday Knudson, Helen Stein, Roberta Cline (day camp direclor), Connie Haugrud, Bonnie Syverson, Bonnie Draxten and Kim Bakken. Other counselors, not pictured, are Tamara McCabe and Mary Enderson. (Journal photo by June Barnum) Moccasin Valley Day Camp opens on Monday for the first session of Day Camp. Girls having finished third grade through those who have finished sixth grade attend for a one-week session. Those who have finished seventh grade, attend for a two-week session and have a two-night overnight Olives in hubby's nose are embarrassing The Bookshelf By ROBERT HEMMINGSON Head Librarian Beauty, adventure and history portrayed in library films By Abigail Van Buren ® m« to CMcw Tritaw-N. Y. Km Int., l«c. DEAR ABBY: My husband is a radiologist. He's a wonderful husband and an excellent provider, but he has some peculiar ideas. For example, when we go out for an evening, he orders a vodka martini with eight olives. If for some reason he doesn't get the eight olives, he cancels the order and asks me to leave with him, which is very embarrassing. This is not the worse of it. If he gets the olives, one by one he puts them in his nose and sniffs out the juice. He claims it clears his sinuses. I don't mind when he does this at home, but when he does it in public, 1 want to crawl into a hole. He doesn't have any allergies or sinus trouble, so I can't see the sense of this. Should he find a psychiatrist? RADIOLOGIST'S WIFE DEAR WIFE: Yes, but he should find one who drinks martinis with a twist of lemon so they won't fight over the olives. DEAR ABBY: What does a mother do when her 20-year-old daughter insists on going with a fellow who has no ambition or drive? She is pretty and smart and could do so much better. He is such a nothing. It just tears me apart to see her heading toward a marriage with him. I have talked my heart out, but it does no good. They have gone steady since she was 17. and she won't even look at anybody else. How can I keep her from throwing her life away on this boy? HEARTBROKEN MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: If she won't look at anyone else, she is obviously in love with him. Don't knock him, or try to tell her how much better she could do or she will feel compelled to defend him. And instead of talking her out of marrying him. she will talk herself into it. DEAR ABBY: I have a pet peeve. There are parking places marked "For handicapped only" near some stores and office buildings as an accommodation for those who have difficulty getting around. Although I am handicapped, I can still drive, but more often than nni. those "reserved" parking places are taken by people who are not handicaped. but are loo lazy to park elsewhere. I have seen them jump in and out of their cars while I hobble along on my crutches trying lo hold some packages in my arms. If you think it's easy —try it sometime! ANGRY DEAR ANGRY: I don't blame you for being angry. Next time, speak up. You'll feel better, and it might penetrate. DEAR ABBY: I wrote to you because I thought 1 had V.D. 1 never thought you'd answer my letter, but you did. After 1 got your letter, i took your advice and went to a clinic and got a blood lest. I could hardly wait unlil 1 got the results. Well. 1 called up the clinic and they told me the results were negative! Abby. I don't think I have ever been happier in my life. . I hope other people who suspect they have V.D. don't wait as long as I did to take a test. I am a married man, which made matters worse. After 1 got the results, 1 promised myself that I would never let myself get into a spot like that again. Godblessyou. Ahhy. LUCKY-IN N.J. DEAR LUCKY: V. D. is still one of our most serious health problems. I hope this reminder will serve to jar others into acting. Those who can't afford a private physician can get FREE and confidential examinations and treatment through their county health departments.This includes minors. Problems'.' You'll fcrl ln-llfrif jou getil off your chest. For u personal rt'ii'ix. write to ABBY: Box Nu 69700. J..A.. t'nlif. iilHtii'l I ii. losrd stam|K'ri. self nctdresstd onxrlope, I LINDASUNDBERG Mr. and Mrs. A. Ernie Sundberg of 423 W. Vasa announce the engagement of their daughter Linda to Gary Morical, son. of Dorothy Morical and Claude Morical, both of Fergus Falls. An open wedding is planned for Aug. 17 at 11 a.m. at Augustana Lutheran Church, Fergus Falls, with a reception to follow. Marriage Licenses Bruce Leo Eckel, 19, Miltona Route 3, and Beulah Emily Koep, 17, Parkers Prairie Route 2. Clubs & Societies Quota Club will meet Tuesday at the home of Florence Olson. Meet at the post office at 6 p.m. Films are one of the popular services at the Public Library. Used by a variety of organizations and groups they provide a readily available program source. The Library has just received a new listing of 25 films which may be reserved from now until August 29. A selected list is indicated below. Call the Library for more information. Canada's Waterway West 28 min. color. Pleasure afloat from east to west on Canada's numerous lakes and rivers. Voyageurs. 20 min. color. Often hazardous trips of the voyageurs were cheered by their songs, recorded here to accompany the recreated scenes of adventure. American Flag. 14 min. color. The story of our flag. A fine patriotic film. Incredible Journeys of Jules Verne. 22 min. b&w. An imaginative film which reveals the blending of science and fantasy which Verne invented long ago. Heron Family. 12 min. color. Seven different kinds of herons are covered in this interesting film. The Great Blue is one of Minnesota's best known birds. Georgie. 6 min. color. Iconographic presentation of a children's book. Adventure-Trent Severn Style. 26 min. color. Ontario's Trent and Severn Rivers water system...240 miles of quiet water highway along sylvan shores...no roar of traffic, no tolls to pay. Bitter Welcome. 3S min. b&w. Deals with the problem of the patient who returns to his home community from a mental hospital. White House, Past and Present. 14 min. color. A tour through the major public rooms of the White House with emphasis on art and historical treasures, and their associations with our history. Miss Frank/in is bride of Richard Carlson Seventh Area MLPNA will have a potluck picnic on Tuesday at the Quarum cottage on Wall Lake. Meet at Lake Region Hospital at 6 p.m. Season's Choice! 7331 Duplicate bridge will be played Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. Open to all bridge players. Church activities Church of Peace United Methodist meetings next week include Pastor-Parish Committee Monday at 8 p.m. at the church; and Worship Committee Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the church. Lake Region Hospital Discharged July 19: Mrs. Glen Alvin, Sebeka Allan Avelsgard, 222 E. Fir Edwin Carlson, Evansville Mrs. Gertrude Davis, 1216 N. Marien Conrad Haggstrom, Richville Selmer Hanson, Ashby Mrs. Kathryn Hawke, 711 S. Court Elmer Johnson, 430 W. 1-aurel Frederick Uchtsinn, Wheaton Sarah Pederson (F- Gordon), Menahga Mrs. Arthur Rossow, 408 E. Everett Herman Schmidt, 817 N. Vine Patricia Franklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Franklin of Battle Lake, and Richard Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Carlson of Robbinsdale, were married June 22 in Amor Zion Lutheran Church, Battle Lake. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and wore a dress of white nylon organdy over nylon taffeta, trimmed with satin and lace, and a fingertip veil which was held by a headpiece of lace and pearls. She carried dark pink roses, white carnations, stephanotis, pink baby's breath and ivy. The bridesmaids were Gwen Grewe, Sharon Barry and Barbara Schemucker. They wore dresses of pink nylon organdy over nylon taffeta, trimmed with white lace, and each carried a single large pink mum with baby's breath. The groomsmen were George Duggan, I^e Franklin and Fred Schemucker. The reception at the church was followed by a lawn party given by the bride's parents at their home. After a wedding trip to the North Shore, Mr. and Mrs. Carlson are now at home in New Brighton. at the camp. The counselors have been preparing for the girls and hope to have a fun-filled program lined up for the two sessions of day camp. There are five senior counselors and five junior counselors plus the camp director and the nurse who will be at camp to make the sessions safe and full of outdoor fun. The girls cook out one meal a day and learn fire and cooking progressions in the out-of- doors. Other outdoor skills can be acquired such as knot-tying, lashing, the use of a compass, recognition of nature, and the use of a jack-knife and saw. Day camp offers crafts, hikes, games, singing, and many other group activities that are part of camping and the great out-of-doors. There are still openings for day camp for all grades. Parents may register their girls by calling the Camp Fire Office (6-3027) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings from 9 a.m. -12 noon. Girls from Fergus Falls, Rothsay, and Underwood are included in the day camp. Senior Citizens lunch menu for July 22-26 Monday Roast beef au jus Mashed potatoes Squash Coconut cream fruit cup Tuesday Beef meat balls Mashed potatoes Carrots Sundae Wednesday Spanish rice Carrots Peach half 3-Bean salad Thursday Beef & pork Hot chunky applesauce Au Gratin potatoes Raisin prune sauce Reservations for Friday mustbemade by 3:30 Thursday Friday Home-made vegetable soup Potato salad Cold cuts — jello with fruit Rock concert at Wee Town tonight An open air rock concert, featuring two musical groups from Minnesota and North Dakota will be held tonight beginning at 7 p.m. at Wee Town. Sponsored by Stavanger Luther I-eague. PERSONAL and SOCIAL Kari Weiss, a 1974 valedictorian of Pelican Rapids High School, has been awarded a $300 Cum I-aude Freshman Scholarship at Moorhead State College for next year. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hallet Weiss of Erhard. Births AAMOI.D: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Aamold, 556 W. View, a boy, July 19. Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to give special thanks to Erfck Rovang, Larry Orechsel, Mark Schielismen, Bradley Bakke, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dalluge, Fergus Falts Fire Department and the person who put the call in, when we had our fire. Clarence Schmidt family CARDOFTHANKS I wish to thank all my friends, neighbors and relatives, who remembered me with cards, gifts, visits and phone calls during my stay a» Lake Region Hospital. Special thanks lo Pastor Berg for his visit and prayers. To Dr. Pulido and all the staff on the second floor. God Bless you all. Mrs Frank FunVhauser For liim-lii-niis. panics tl;iv en niiihl -this is |n-rfi-i-|^ Trjufl tht j seasons in lhi> a|>iioalm£. cari\i;il ilress. Cn> did in iii>|ilr (li'Sitn in - rolors of 3jily finuoi ing ynrn Sliou. Inns: sU'i'ivs. I'aiti-in 7!'.iU: sizt-s *" IN inchuli'ti. 75 CENTS for pattern. Add 2ac for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Alice Brooks, Daily Journal, 161, Ncedlecraft Dept., Box 163, Old Cheslea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. ll JEWELRY TALK Wondering? You may have found an unusual stone or gem and are wondering what it is. Bring it in and let Jim Welander identify it for you. There is no cost for this service. Open Thursdays L'ntilS p.m. Close Saturdays at 12 noon I Yes. we still buy nld gold | scar Welander. Gemologist and Jim Welander^ Graduate Geologist to serve you. 114 Kasl Lincoln 43 Years F.xpcrience - COUPON SPECIAL Our Best Permanent Wave Haircut Included Tuesday, July 23 thru Saturday, Jply 27 Services Given by Students BITTER'S mm FALLS BEAUTY SCHOOL 125 East Lincoln — Phone 736-7078 for appointment | FERGUS EVENING 7:M&9:30 SUNDAY MATINEE2:00 ADULTS ONLY—$1.50 NOW SHOWING . 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