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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - May 27, 1979, Albert Lea, Minnesota Albert Lea Tri Aune son hey 17. 1979 a Tan be have guests rift i n or Feldhus. Of Mason City Iowa visited the Walan be service club at its dinner meeting May 21 in the Kahler Motel and in formed the club As to forthcoming changes in association Board personnel Loretta Welsh former District in director and also a Mason City club member was a guest too Norma Robson president presided Over the business meeting which included the presentation a gov. Al qui prs Ltd the 16th annual Phillips awards to five upper mid St in residents who hav achieved vocational and financial Independence despite sever handicaps. Winners from Minnesota North Dakota and Wisconsin each received a certificate and a Check for $500. Shown a front Row left to right Grace Tveiten Fargo . Lucille Shaw Brainerd gory Haugen Chetek wis. And Back Row Gretchen Quia wife of the governor gov. Qui Linda Marzinske Golden Valley who was educated in Albert Lea schools before getting a Bachelor of arts degree from the University of Minnesota and Steven Chough St. Paul. Receives Phillips award transcends Handicap when gov Al quip presented the 16th annual Phillips awards to five upper midwestern residents who have achieved vocational and financial Independence despite severe handicaps. May 16 at courage Center in Minneapolis one of the recipients was Linda Marzinske a former Albert lean. Marzinske. Whose parents or and mrs Victor Marzinske. To present recital piano pupils of mrs i a Corder will be presented in a piano recital at 7 30 pm. Friday in Bethany Hall first lutheran Church. Program will be As allows. Bless this House Brahe Kari Johnson America the Beautiful and happiness is Arr Schumi. Kari Thompson grandfathers clock Maxim. Noelle Nistler grandmother s clock Ricker Susan Schoeld chinese skies Mccan Robin Hall Metress Mary Weil Shari Meyer Sunrise Sunset Arr Scha Mamy Gutknecht this is your land. Arr. Schau Brett Archibald Beautiful Ohio Earl Carla Overgaard Starlight Waltz brainer Sandra Lestrud zip a de Doo Dah Gilbert David Schoeld. To a wild Rose Mcdowell. Tami Iverson Narcissus Nevin Julie Gutknecht tumbling tumbleweeds Nola Sandi Miller Clair de Lune Arr. Richter Kendra Iverson. Tiny Tiger Fletcher Adam Archibald playing Indian Hanna Chip Hall Parade of the Little Black sheep Hanna Matthew Johnson the merry Bobolink frogman Lynette Brea Mer Send in the clowns Arr Schaum Cindy Speer How much is that Doggie in the window Merrill Chris Schermer Lacuna Cha mexican Folk song Kelly Schermer Black Hawk Waltz Walsh Kermie Iverson flight of the Bumblebee Arr. Schaum Kar Ophaug song of Joy Arr. Schaum Kim Butler when the saints go marching in traditional Kent Lestrud you Light up my life Brooks Shery Miller fur Elise Beethoven Monica Kohnke Jesu Joy of Man s desiring. Bach Judy Wettlaufer anchors aweigh Miles Zimmerman Dirk Larson. Bar Carolle Offenbach Sarah Tonder Romany life Herbert Linda Dahl god bless America Berlin Beth Miller rhapsody in Blue Arr. Levine Jean Wettlaufer autumn leaves Kosma Kitty Kam and prelude in c minor Rachmaninoff Brad Miller still live in Albert Lea. Was bom with Elbow length arms and a left leg that ends at the knee in an interview in connection with the award she received she said in a Lucky my parents could look beyond my physical disability to the person i was to become their attitude has been an important part of my life since i was old enough to understand the Choice they made Quot the Choice she Speaks of was the one made 27 years ago in Brainerd Hospital where Linda. A first child was born Linda s parents were Given the Choice of keeping her or giving her up now living in an apartment in Golden Valley she is employed As an education specialist in the employee development division of Prudential insurance co. As the article on her says Quot she maintains her own apartment drives her own car. And in her Leisure time knits crochets and writes she thinks about foreign countries she will someday visit the Man she will marry the children she Hopes to raise and the career she has chosen in her Job at Prudential she conducts orientations for new employees teachers customer service classes coordinates employee development courses in insurance and works with Job instruction she holds a degree from the University of Minnesota. Morris in Public speaking and has had ample Opportunity to put her speaking ability to work most of her school years were spent in Albert Lea schools but she started Public school in Calumet where there were no special schools for handicapped children. Quot that was probably an advantage for she says. Quot it was a Small school with a Young teacher willing to take on a in an interview appearing in the May to edition of Quot the Golden Valley Post Quot she says that having completed a year of school before moving to Albert Lea Quot they say a no you can to do it a because id already done it. My parents got a lot of flak from the Community for putting me in regular schools but that a where i Learned to fight i Wasny to protected and coddled i Learned she credits the support she received from her family for her ability to Lead a Normal life her healthy brother and sister found ways to include her in their outings a a in be been strapped in Hung up carried around. So i done to feel strange in the Able bodied to help her drive her father rigged up a Quot necking Nob with a Clamp and ring. He extended Light Windshield wiper and Heater switches so she could reach them. Quot he worked most of it out by trial and she says she and her Mother Learned to adapt clothing by cutting off sleeves and adding velcro fast ners she uses a special Hook to zip zippers. A i choose my clothes carefully Quot she says Quot in a not the most style conscious person but i can get them All on by before she went to Prudential she was a full time Public relations assistant at the Golden Valier courage Center for disabled children and adults she led Tours typed reports supervised the centers reception desk and spoke at service club meetings All Over the state the problem was she said that she was beginning to accept courage Center Quot As a physical disabilities were not Only accepted they were the Norjen the surroundings were becoming Quot too comfortable and she realized that she had to make it on a the outside a the move to another Job made her More Independent a boost in salary meant an apartment of her own and a trip to Hawaii last fall. She will use the $500 Philip Rize Money to pay off a debt parents for furniture for the apartment. She has been Active with the United Way serving As a Public speaker and Volunteer it was through her connections at United Way in fact that she landed the Prudential Job she Hopes that by proving to the people she meets through United Way that she can do a Job it will convince them to give other disabled people a Chance. Quot it May help the next Guy who comes along a she said Quot they might remember that Linda did a Good Job maybe Well try again Quot a engaged or. And mrs Robert Smits. Green Bay wis announce the engagement of their daughter. Mary Beth to Michael e Skahan son of or and mrs Lurlin e. Jacobson 1200 Columbus miss Smits is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Green Bay and is teaching at the Green Bay Day Nurser. Skahan is a Bra Chiate of St John s University. Colleyville and is employed As an operations supervisor at Schneider transport of Green Bay the wedding will take place or aug. 18, at St Willebrord a roman Catholic Church in Green Bay. Cee Kkt is fee is prize to her by Cecily Brownstone associated press food editor easy supper baked fish and potatoes creamy Corn Rolls fruit salad beverage Cre Mycorn when you want to use. A pan try shelf vegetable. 4 thin strips Bacon t Small onion chopped medium Fine i Large Green Pepper seeded and chopped medium Fine 16-ounce can w Hole Kernel Golden Corn drained with liquid it a bout cup saved 112 Tablespoons instant flour 1n Teaspoon Pepper in a medium Saucepan gently Cook Bacon until Crisp remove. Drain on Brown paper crumble and Reserve. In Bacon drippings gently Cook onion and Pepper until wilted add drained Corn stir together flour com liquid and Pepper add to Saucepan and Cook. Stirring constantly until thickened. Stir in reserved Bacon makes 6 Servings Secretary a minutes by Alice Petersen and the treasurers report by Margaret Hanson Gertrude piers reported that the scholarship committee had chosen its scholarship award recipient and Norma Robson would make the presentation at the awards Assembly in the High school auditorium on May 30at7 30p in service committee co chairman Mary Weigel expressed appreciation to Ruth Mcmillan. In Brooks Sybil Yates. Margaret Gratton who ushered for one performance of an act play at the Library event honouring volunteers on May 9. Mary Weigel received a citation for her efforts in securing a Tan be ans help with distribution of Library books to Home bound. Mrs Lloyd Schneider ways and Means chairman thanked members who helped with the crafts table at the recent Skyline mall consignment Sale another such three Day Sale will be held in october with Lois Gregerson and Marjorie Albright As co chairmen for the crafts table members Are asked to save used nylons for one of the Craft projects. The club will also participate in the Mardi gras Sale on june 9 in downtown Albert Las members voted by ballot on housing As presented by calling and housing chairman. Phev Mortenson. And on the reestablishing of the secret pals program As recommended by the service committee results will be announced at the next meeting after absent members have been contacted for their votes. Helen b. Larson and Gertrude piers reported on their attendance at the Handicap awareness breakfast at the Skyline supper club May 14. Resolutions regarding raise in association dues and pro rated dues were adopted for presentation at the association convention in october through the legislation committee May program committee Joann Holstad and Helen Jorgensen provided table decorations and arranged for the program Marjorie Albright showed slides from her 1978 trip to Germany and visit with a friends family a there. The birthday song was Sung to Helen wherrett an out of state member attending club that evening next meeting of a Tan Jfe service club will be held june 4, in the Channel View apartments lounge. A of to n downtown Alshet i a a Irie eid amp Bartok the classic Ameri Carf Silver 50% off 16-piece a starter sets 40% off All other pieces spectacular savings on Reed amp Bartons Tine Sterling silverware you can Purchase a 16-piece Quot starter set �?4 Teaspoons place Forks place knives and salad Forks in any one of 15 Active patterns for t/2 the regular Price save 40% on All seining pieces and other place setting pieces. Now is tile time to treat your family to one of the most Beautiful investments you can make. Perfect for wedding gifts too. List oui am ran 1 i Jimmu St Cefi Dar is entertained members of the Albert Lea chapter of the daughters of the american revolution were entertained at the May meeting by mrs Elsie Franz at a luncheon in the Balcony room at the can ton cafe Juiia Bruzek of new Richland was a guest mrs cd Earp. Regent opened the meeting with mrs f w. Calhoun chaplain giving the devotions the pledge of allegiance to the Flag and the american s Creed were Given in unison by the members mrs Franz read the Secretary a report in the absence of mrs Albert Schneider treasurer. Mrs Earp gave the report a letter of thanks was read from the Kate Duncan Smith school few a monetary gift received from the Albert Lea chapter mrs e h Ruhsam defense chairman read the National defense news from the National defender a Quot drafting women a women in combat a Quot and Quot costs of the Panama treaty Quot by Phyllis Schlafly also Quot prayer in Public schools by sen Jesse a Helms North Carolina mrs Earp reported the Dar chapter will participate in memorial Day services again this year plans for the District Dar meeting to be held in Albert Lea in August were discussed for the program mrs Alfred Davis conservation chairman read an article from the Minnesota Volunteer on Quot feeding the starving Deer Quot also Quot can a tree think from prints of invisible fingers by Millican Mahlum Kelts the june meeting will be held at the Home of mrs a e Schneider 1206 Southview Early site preserved by going North on to the turn off for will find it Highway 13 Edgewater Park and then following old Highway 13 to a site Marker installed by Kermit Jensen one of the earliest grave Sites in Freeborn county is recorded not Only by a legend Board Prim ted by Irvin Sorenson placed on the site. But is listed on the historic site map of Freeborn county markers recently published by the society one of the Graves is that of mrs Jerusha Burnham born 1831 died 1865. Wife of or a m Burnham founder of the Village of Itasca some of the other Graves includes those of mrs a c Juliai Howe great grand Mother of de Conn s Mother of Alden and Ilc i Acy. Surveyor of much of the land around Albertl a a recently visitor of the museum was seeking records on the Hilton family and found the graveside of Orem Hilton. 21. Who died at the Home of bunk Bick Ford and was buried at the Itasca cemetery in 1872 the cemetery grounds Are maintained by the Itasca cemetery association and for the past several years Keno Knutson and i a Quot skipper Quot Berg have been involved in its Upkeep those wishing to visit the historic site on memorial Dav diamonds Ara forever known for Fine diamonds \ h manic an Gim soc buy is Jyz a. Sta Dheung downtown on thursday evenings til 9 other evenings by appointment frosting. A Beautiful Way to add a glow. For less. Special 19.88 frosting warms with bold color strokes i or soft glimmering lights our i professionals can make your color Shine with a change that s As spirited or Subtle As you wish. Includes Toner and styling protein Perm by Helene Curtis includes shampoo and styling $20. Charge h. Phone 373-1419. A 1979 a cps in pc. Inc we Welcome walk ins. The a Penney styling Salon. Orin Dary 9 80 Aja. To 9 00 per. Saturdays Tri 4 00 Raj. Closed sundays

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