The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on September 28, 1974 · Page 3
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m. To be featured on AAUW 74 Tour of Homes The Bookshelf By ROBERT HEMMINGSON Head Librarian Adventurers tell tales to armchair companions RUSS McROBERTS HOME — Overlooking the picturesque Otter Tall River, this newly constructed home at River Oaks is one of the nouses on the AAUW Tour ol Homes to be held Oct. 5 from 1-5 p.m. The gold house is accented with black shutters and brown and white brick. Upon entering the home, you find a foyer with stone floor and spacious dark oak closets. "Adventure is the vitaminizing element in histories both individual and social." So wrote William Bolitho. If this is so, those of us who live in an age of vitamin- swallowing for vigor perhaps have something to learn. To find an adventure in life may be the better approach. Adventure can be discovered in so many places and ways and each must choose his own. Untold numbers of books have been written describing personal adventures of all sorts from the foolish to the sublime. To single out only a few which may be of interest, the following list includes typical adventure titles. All are available at the Public Library. Solo, the Great Adventures Alone,edited by Harry Roskolenko. Eighteen great adventures telling of the loner- accomplishers and the challenges they faced. Here is Sir Francis Chichester circling the globe in a yacht, Admiral Byrd facing the Antartic and Sylvan Hart living in the Idaho wilderness. Most of the articles are in the language of the men themselves. The Ultimate Journey by Eric and Tim Tyback. Backpacking has become a popular sport today. The journey with backpack described here was of 3,000 mites along the Continental Divide from Canada to Mexico. Hanging from regions of freezing temperatures and snow to the burning dcsei t, the trip offered hardship, but also some of the most naturally beautiful wilderness country. One brother does not complete the trip, but the other presses on determined that "nothing was going to slop him." Drifting Home by Pierre Bcrton. This is a family affair as Berton, his wife and seven children retrace the route of the 1898 goldrush to the ghost town of Dawson. Traveling by raft down the Yukon Hiver the family tells the history and legend of every cove and bend in the river. Rather than the exciting adventure, this volume is filled with warmth and nostalgia. My life with the Hcadhunters by Wyn Sargent. An American photo-journalist, Ms. Sargent was one of the first persons to explore the jungles of Borneo. In a bare survival journey fighting against heat and storms, cannibalism and other hardships, the author finds the Dyak tribe of hcadhunters. Doomed as a tribe, Sargent takes on the project of their survival. MR. and MRS. DOUGLAS SI.ETTO Judith Zarbok weds Doug/as S/etfo Judith Ann Zarbok, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Zar- bok, Redwood Falls, and Douglas L. Slctto, son of Mrs. Edith Sletto and the late Melvin Slcllo, Garfield, were united in marriage Sept. 21 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Redwood Falls. The Rev. L. J. Espeland performed the ceremony. The bride wore a white Western-Martinson vows sa/d ROOMY LIVING AREA — The color scheme for this room is basically gold. It is furnished with Italian wood pieces and upholstered pieces of Contemporary styling. The dining area is adjacent to this room and is accented by an Italian chandelier. Jody Western and Tim Martinson were united in marriage in a candlelight wedding Sept. 21 at Hamar Lutheran Church, Rothsay. The Rev. Gary Danielson and the Rev. Luther Daleske officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Western and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martinson. The bride wore a long white gown of jersey with a cameo neckline accented with seed pearls. It featured a chapel- length train and elbow-length veil which was held by a Juliet cap. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, white daisies and blue baby's breath. She was attended by Sue Skoglund as maid of honor with Ann Pederson and Pauline Grina as bridesmaids. They wore long baby blue knit dresses and carried bouquets of yellow, white and blue daisies with matching headpieces. Dennis Brandt served as best man with Gary Western and Ron Martinson, groomsmen. The ushers were Paul Fosse and David Wasmuth. Music was provided by Leah Lindberg, Mary Paulson, Gary Lankow and Pauline Grina. Following the ceremony, a reception for 250 guests was served in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Martinson and and Mrs. Lowell Wasmuth, hosts. The couple will be a home at Colorado Springs. The bride is employed as a registered nurse and the groom is serving with the Military Police. Clubs & Societies organza gown with a crescent waistline and venise lace trimming the cuffs of the long, full sleeves, neckline and chaining her flounced hem and train. She wore a long veil of illusion. Matron of honor was Mrs. Kred Wanzek with Annette Toft and Hence Johnson, bridesmaids. Honald Sletlo served as best man with Dennis Westrom and Michael Zarbok, groomsmen. Ushers were Myron and Dale Sletlo. Music was provided by Clayton Wolf, Walter Moffit, Mary Siewert and Joel Jorgcnson. A reception was given following the ceremony. The bride attended Redwood Falls High School and is a secretary for Alexandria Adjusting, Inc. The groom attended Evansville High School and is a salesman with Chuck Bundy and Associates Insurance Agency, Alexandria. Fergus Falls (Mi.) Joiriil Sat., Sept. 28,1974 5 Lebakken-Rieken correction Julie Ann Ubakkcn, who recently wed Don Kieken, is a student at Moorhead State College. Hieken is a field representative for Appliance Buyers Credit Corporation. It was incorrectly stated in yesterday's Journal that the bride was the field representative. COOKING IS FUN JAPANESE DINNER Pork Spinach Soup Chicken Terlyaki Rice Sunomono Fruit or Ice Cream SUNOMONO Our version of a Japanese dish that's a cross between a relish and a salad. Medium cucumber 1 tablespoon sugar 3 tablespoons cider vinegar & teaspoon salt V« teaspoon monosodium glutamate, if desired 16 medium shrimp (cooked and shelled and deveined) Pare cucumber; with the sharp tines of a fork, score lengthwise; slice thin. In a shallow bowl stir together the sugar, vinegar, salt and if used the monosodium glutamate; add cucumbers and mix well; cover and chill for at least 1 hour. Cut shrimps in half lengthwise so they retain their shape. Small crescent-shape plates, small rectangular or other-shape Japanese plates or regular round bread-and-butter plates are all suitable for serving sunomono. Using these, at serving time overlap cucumber slices at one side of plates; overlap shrimp at other side and spoon liquid from cucumbers over them. Place Suno- mono at top of each place-cover with a salad or seafood fork (depending which is a suitable size for the plates) arranged horizontally below it. Makes 4 servings. Moorhead State presents 'The Devil's Disciple' Pfmto by Farrar ol Fwgus Fall* MR. and MRS. TIM MARTINSON Carol Linn marries Steve Jacobson The Moorhead State College Theatre will open its 1974-75 theatre season with one of the modern theatre's finest classic comedies, THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLK by George Bernard Shaw, one of England's greatest playwrights. The witty comic charade which brought fame to its now famous author will be presented for three performances in the Center for the Arts on the college campus on October 24, 25, and 26 beginning at 8:15 p.m. Based on Shaw's personal conception of the American Revolution, the laugh-filled comedy creates the melodramatic tale of a ne'er do well young Puritan who becomes the hero of the hour when he is captured by an inept British Army officer and marked for execution at the town gallows. The Puritan milieu into which Shaw casts his host of ineffective colonists and even more ineffective Englishmen includes among others, the British general, "Gentlemanly Johnny" Burgoyne who'd rather surrender than fight. THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE, because of its colonial setting, has recently been revived to critical acclaim in a number of repertory theatres throughout this country as part of the Bicentennial celebration. Walter Kerr, dean of American drama critics, hailed a recent revival of the play as "a robust, rollicking love story which is becoming a better play all the time, year by year." The Friendship meet Wednesday Kielmeyer. Club will with Alva Carol Linn, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linn, Rice, and Steve Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill Jacobson, Underwood, were united in marriage Sept. 14 at Immaculate Conception Church in Rice. The Rev. Ringwelski officiated. Maid of honor was Mary Lou BRIGHT KITCHEN — This well-planned kitchen has a pennlnsular area that contains the bunt-in stove and a pass-through to the yellow dinette set with ice cream chairs. The view from the kitchen is a look down the embankment of the Otter Tail River. Adjacent to the kitchen is the laundry room, bath and side door — convenient for big families. Women's AA meets Monday at 8 p.m. in Cottage D at the State Hospital grounds. The Dalton American Legion Auxiliary will hold their regular meeting Wednesday at 2:15 p.m. at trie Legion hall. Mrs. Floyd Hoff and Mrs. James Madison, hostesses. Church activities The Hedemarken ALCW meets Thursday at 1 p.m. for a work meeting. MOST USED ROOM — Mrs. McRoberts sits in the family room. It contains a bar with two Sparish styled stools and a fireplace. The color scheme, brown and orange, Is enhanced by two chocolate brown Inveseats (not shown), oneof which turns into a bed. This room also has a river view. Tickets for the Tour are $1.50 and are available from AAUW members. If transportation Is needed, a bus will leave the Senior High School at 1 p.m. and Norby's at 1:15 p.m. Tickets are available at these ideations also. <jc»™.ipiwt.iiivH«ri«YOyv>«> Trinity Lutheran Church lists the following activities for next week: Wednesday—Release time classes begin, 1:30 p.m.; Junior choir first rehearsal, 3 p.m.; Youth choir, 4 p.m.; 8th and 9th grade classes,6:3flp.m.; Senior choir, 7:30 p.m.; Circle topic leaders, 8 p.m. Thursday—Circle 6 with Doris Chell, 9 a.m.; Circuit LWML Christian Growth Workshop at Elizabeth, 10 a.m.; 7th grade class, 6:30 p.m.; Board of elders, 8 p.m. Friday—Youth leave for retreat at Island Camp, 6:30 p.m. Sunday - Trinity-Faith bowling league, 8:45 p.m. HOSPITAL NOTES Discharged Sept 27: Mrs. Theodore Anderson, Route 3 Mrs. Lynn Anderson, 226 E. Vasa Mrs. Richard Anderson, 512 E. Adolphus George E. Cummins, Normandy Hotel Curtis Gehrke (F- Alvin), Campbell Bertram Holdt, Henning Shannon Houge (K- Steven), Route 3 Mrs. Minnie Jorud, Henning George Koste, Battle Lake Mrs. Anna McDermott, Augustana Apartments Mrs. Mary L. Marth, Herman Douglas Norberg (F- Arnold), Battle Lake Mrs. Stewart Smith, Deer Creek Mrs. Oliver Tysver, 303 S. Mill I,inn with Elaine Zierden, Susan Courrier and Susan Sufka, bridesmaids. Dean Rostad served as best man with Terry, Randy and Rick Jacobson, groomsmen. Ushers were Mike Hamm and Ron Ringwelski. Following the ceremony, a supper was held. The bride attended Brainerd Vocational School and is an L.P N. The groom is employed with the State Department of Natural Resources. After a wedding trip to Yellowstone National Park, the couple is at home in Fergus Falls. Births GREWE: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grewe, 1010 S. Concord, a boy, Sept. 27. Cards of Thanks CARDOFTHANKS "Belated Thank you" Wrvle al lending the Thresh-nq Bee at Dalton, my brother took s ck and wastaven to the hospital at Fergus Falls I want to thanv inose who helped in any way. You were all so very nice. God bless you. Mrs. Ed Chan JEWELRY TALK Because it will represent a significant sum ofj money, you want to buy wisely and proudly. That is | where we come in. We have diamonds of the finest in external and internal markings. Also diamonds with slight imperfections that will not affect beauty or wearing qualities and therefore, costing less. With our years of experience, we can assure you of getting the diamond you want. Open Thursdays UntD 9 p.m. Close Saturdays at 12 noon (Yes, we still buy old gold) \\i;h\llr,l! JEWELERS Dscar Welander, Gemologist and Jim Welander^ Graduate Geologist to serve you. 114 East Lincoln 13 Years Experience Only the daintiest tea sandwiches require that the crusts, be trimmed from bread. 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