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Fergus Falls Daily Journal (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Fergus Falls, Minnesota Saturday Jan. 25, 1958fergus Falls Minn daily journal Page five personal and social dial 2601 speaker Here from Liberia Reading club mrs Victor g. Lundeen entertained the Reading club in her missionary James King of i Home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Bena Africa will at the As Heyen reviewed the Book a it seems Sembly of god Church saturday like yesterday by Hans von evening 7 . For the menus Fel Kaltenborn. Lows hip service. At this service will presented with a Complete set of carpenters tools for the Mission Field. will also speak at the Sun entert Ain for birthday Geo. Frederick sons entertained a Large gathering in Honor of Day morning service at 10 45. Jacob Bryun a 74th birthday last sunday. Friends from out of town were from Campbell Dilworth and Carlisle. Clubs and societies planning for Junior achievement Day Here the Bow luncheon at the River inn to promote the Junior achievement program in Fergus Falls was attended by about 18 of the prominent business men of Fergus Falls and Elbow Lake. Herman Gall promotion director of Natl. Junior achievement for the midwestern states was introduced by Alvina Luther president of Bow. Or. Gall gave a very informative talk and gave specific information on How Junior achievement could promoted and established in a town the size of Fergus Falls. The business men decided to have another meeting very soon to which a much larger group of men would invited with a View to taking definite action. Senior class to present lost horizon interesting Story subject of senior class play monday and tuesday All members of the american legion auxiliary of Dalton Are Honor new baby asked to meet at 6 30 on tues a group of neighbourhood ladies Day evening Jan. 28 at mrs. Sig called on mrs. Delwyn Schmidt urd Dahlen a Home for the a Emo thursday afternoon to Welcome there a March for polio. Her new Little daughter Sandra Luann and presented her with a modern squares meet tonight at Coin Shower. Sandra Luann was Washington Junior High auditor born january 7. The Lum pot Luck inc brought a delicious lunch and an enjoyable afternoon Wras spent. Jeffrey Allen Anderson or. And mrs. A. Jerry Anderson of 724 South Oak. Have named their son Jeffrey Allan born Jan school lunch menus for Jan. 27 to 31 monday Chili and crackers a cabbage Slaw bread arid butter sandwiches Jelly dazed doughnut a milk uary 19. The new baby was Greet tuesday cd at Home wednesday by i h >1 do and Mustard the senior class of Roosevelt Park High school will present a lost horizon a dramatic play in three acts by James Hilton monday and tuesday evening january 27 and 28. The play takes place in an imaginary and isolated Lama sary in Tibet called Shangrila. The inhabitants of Shangrila Are devoted to studying and preserving the culture of the known world. Four English people Are brought Here following a plane crash High in the through Accident and partly through intention. These parts Are played by Gary Blegstad Conway a British co Sulamie Johanson Mallinson the vice Consul Dianne Hage miss Brinklow a Christian missionary and Gary Bies or. Bernard a conniving mrs. Jaycees met in the Council i businessman Chambers Jan. 21 for their regular j the ruler of Shangrila is the monthly meeting with president j High Lama an ageless Man Par mrs. Ken Berg presiding. I traded by Raye Anderson. Chang state president mrs. Don Moi i Bis most trusted servant is play Lerud urged everyone to attended by Gordon Braatz. Karen Nel the meeting at Moorhead feb. 7 son takes the part of Helen an and 8 which will have a Western English girl who lived in the mrs Jaycees meeting held organization is doing Good work along numerous lines brother and sister Timothy 5, and Teresa 2. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. August Anderson of so City limits and my. And mrs. Julian Bye of this City. Baptized at Aastad lutheran Church Daniel Walter son of or. And mrs. Walter Bergerud was baptized sunday january 19, at the Aastad lutheran Church by Rev. A. J. Sheldahl. Or. And mrs. Henry t. Stock and or. And mrs. Maurice Soliah were sponsors. Or. And mrs. Bergerud entertained the sponsors and the grandparents or. And mrs. Harry Bergerud and or. And mrs. Herman Stock after the services. Mashed potatoes a creamed Corn Lemon meringue pudding a milk wednesday two Barb ques a fruit salad Date loaf a milk thursday country style sausage Mustard mashed potatoes with butter fresh vegetable bread and butter sandwiches Apple sauce a milk Friday goulash or Macaroni and cheese hot dish Peanut butter sandwiches tossed salad. 1,000 Island dressing Ginger bread whipped Cream milk Underwood or. And mrs. Julius Rockstad visited at the Henry Moens sunday. Or. And mrs. Ansel Trockman accompanied by friends from Fergus Falls spent the weekend in Minneapolis. They were guests woman a club hears resume of current books the woman a club met Friday of Richard Johnson a of Columbia for their mid Winter luncheon at Heights. A a guests at the win. Lemke Nome the Home of mrs. Jerry Galena j sunday ,.e or. And mrs. La. Mrs. S. P. Adams and mrs. Fred Thompson and daughter Heisel were asst hostesses miss Cindy. Mrs. Alfred Thompson Elsie Grina a guest gave the Marlys and Violet Nelson of dal members a very interesting ton Randie Veazie and Inga Toso fume of current books As Well As of Pelican. Informing them of books to look mrs. Elmer Holt of Amor is Forward ,0 in ,958. She a so an gaming . Sta to an attentive group that includes Ovland Larry Bergerud of the English embassy and two English girls Myra Donna White and Elizabeth Patti King. The play is directed by mrs. George Milton senior English instructor and the student director is Frances Benda. Bounced that the first National Library week will this year from Home. Patient at the Battle Lake rest March 16 through March 22. Mrs. Sam Highdale returned Home tuesday from Lake Region Hospital after submitting to surgery. Ladies Aid will held in the Sverdrup lutheran Church in Underwood next wednesday at 2 p. In. The servers will mrs. Christian Moen and mrs. Peder returned to Home in Redondo Beach Calif. Mrs. Ralph Jones left the first of the week by plane from Fargo for her Home in Redondo Beach Calif., after spending nearly a week Here. She arrived last week Osander and mrs. Thoralf Lein. To with her daughter mrs. Rev. And mrs. Delmer Christ John Wood and to Greet her new Enson and d Aughter Linda of Little granddaughter Tammy Deb in k a born january 15 at Lake Region i is Milton Pederson entertain Hospital. Mrs. Wood and the baby a jew friends in Honor of her Are spending a few Days with the son Daryl a 12th birthday. Theme and a to Down the evening of feb. 7. Saturday evening will a banquet with National Jaycee president As guest speaker and at which time the outstanding Minnesota Jaycee Wil announced. Letters were read from Paul Hofstad Lake Region Hospital administrator thanking us for the final payment made on our Hospital pledge and from or. Patterson at the state Hospital thanking us for serves rendered during the year. Mrs. Howard Hoff chairman of the mentally retarded reported the Minnesota mrs. Jaycees Are collectively contributing to a research fund to presented to the Minnesota association for mentally retarded in the Spring. This Money will used to help develop programs to serve the retarded in Minnesota such As setting up boy scout and girl scout groups Etc. It was unanimously voted to contribute $25 to this fund from the Fergus Falls chapter. Mrs. Harold Drews welfare chairman reported. Christmas gifts were presented to our welfare family along with food and clothing. Mrs. Murray Hunt stated she and mrs. Warren Araskog delegates from our group to the mental health committee had served 30 out of town people Coffee at the last mental health meeting. Discussion was held on whether or not to take a to hour 5 week first Aid course. The matter will i. To looked into As to Limo and 1 hco1 Semora flu a signed in piano when this would held a new fester begin my feb. As there Are enough interested to a a a a a Ejof Man course at take the course As part of our civil 5 in a ale . A. My or Acay defense project. A report was smart Globe Trotters Wear Jersey Colony since she was found on the Mountain years before. Other inhabitants of Shangrila Are played by Nancy Halstead a Cinese Gir Meridel Gillund Tash Julie Waite Al Lang. This Story of Shangrila As told to him by Conway is related for both men and women Are by Rutherford Gary Thurnau Strong on this packable wrinkle travel suit. Textured oat Arfeal silk and Wool Jersey makes a smart suit that looks like Tweed. By Dorothy Roe Sun seeking travellers Are wearing Jersey this year. Travel and vacation wardrobes solid Comfort. Blazer shirt and Slacks Are All of Wool Jersey in coordinated tones. Globe Trotter. Travel coat in Navy or red Wool Jersey Casy lines snug Collar plenty of pockets brass buttons and an air of distinction. Shedding fabric which appears nowadays in washable drip dry versions and with the water repellent finishes. New weaves also add interest to an old favorite. Many of the new jerseys look like tweeds and other Woven fabrics. A herringbone pattern is notable in this group. There Are also imported Bulky jerseys that look like hand knits and others that appear to hand crocheted. Travel suits May had in pin strips or other patterns which look like worsted but have All the Light weight Comfort and practical Virtues of Jersey the male contingent also discovered Jersey this season. In addition to the familiar sports shirts Wool Jersey appears nowadays in sports Coats blazers waistcoats walking shorts and even Slacks. The new jerseys come in Many yarns newest of which is a blend of orlon and Wool which can washed and allowed to drip dry. It holds its shape dries quickly and can worn without ironing. Cotton knits also Are being used in Many High style versions i featuring tones of Melon Aqua and Blue with White. Gifted pupils get College level work Glendale Calif., . Takes Lead in giving extra Opportunity a polite youth trips woman steals purse Portland Maine apr mrs. Florence Soule told police a youth about 18, offered to help her Cross an icy Patch of sidewalk j and that when she accepted tripped her grabbed her purse and i raced off Down the Street. Of ii cars for 15-year-0i<is Glendale Calif. Apr new j sputnik age programs designed to Pip i feb i Advance gifted students As fast As i 11 a i possible Are being tried Here in i Ruth eluding one combining High school to Itzee. And College at the same time. Probation officer hits Twenty five exceptional High practice of youngsters owning cars Demic subject for their first per a heir Iod. The subject will Mathe paternal grandparents or. And mrs. John Seedorf before returning to their Home in Fargo. Home Craft club meets mrs. S. B. Johnson and mrs. A. K. Larson entertained the Home Craft club at a postponed meeting thursday in the Johnson Home. Mrs. C. P. Hanson presided a1 the accompanied on meeting. Mrs. John Oyen red mrs. John Furness. Last on Cross chairman gave a report on program was a film strip the quilting party january 9 in happened to .�?� servers for the Home of mrs. Mabel Johnson the evening were mrs. Art Thomp mrs. Mabel Johnson left far California monday. Or. And mrs. Milton Pederson and boys were supper guests at the Frankie Pederson Home in Battle Lake monday. Family night was held at Sverdrup Church sunday evening. The program consisted of two readings by mrs. Peder Osander and two songs by the choir which was the piano by the a it St. Paul apr fifteen year Olds should not allowed to have own cars. Given by mrs. Elden Iversen Ona in a univ that was the statement Friday Tho doll project held in december i a a a Eneck in Lush history or of for which tickets were sold and a. M. A a. Toe of a a then the standout seniors a1 a drawing held Man Tea Quot of a ready selected for the Pilot pro Prev Lous Moe ing wer Gram will return to Glendale and which the mrs. Jaycees authorized g so to Pat War. A Days work at senior High level. Fergus Falls on move. This acc Cave Cou a credit Quot mrs Vincent o Meara accepted and a Quot a rested in every Way a. Ii a u t to a As College freshmen said or. The chairmanship of the committee. Us k James h. Williams superintend ent of Glendale a Public schools. If the program proves Success _ a a or or Williams said it will _. ,. Him Fergus Falls on the move. In d to a nude Gli students major factors in creating juvenile capable of participating in it. Delm club by Martin Faribault Willard c. Mckinney principal of Faribault High school judge Frank. Morse Mankato judge Ken Kal Brenner Wabasha county miss Claire Warweg guidance counsellor at Alexander Ramsey High school Roseville judge John Mcdonough Stillwater mrs. Harold Stemsrud former executive Secretary of United services Alexandria Howard Gludt Lake City police chief and Wallace Walter executive Secretary Wabasha county welfare Board. For Good radio programming All Day keep tuned to Kenw a 900 on your dial special programs you will want to hear psychology for living or. Clyde Narramore tuesday thursday 2 45 . And saturday 3 15 . Heart clinic or. Walter l. Wilson my. Monday wednesday and Friday 2 45 . Spiritual clinic pastor a a Mac a monday through Friday 11 30 . Baptism of fire Carlsbad . Apr fireman Bob Stockwell was baptized in a most unorthodox manner while fighting a fire in the first Baptist Church Here. Wearing a Gas mask Stockwell was crawling on the floor Hunting for the flames when fell into the baptistry. To work on the Winter wonderland project. Program for the evening was the mrs. Barbara Knudsen Faribault Rice county probation officer who testified before a legislative interim. Mrs. Knudsen said that too Many youngsters Are getting cars because a its to thing to do they want to show they grown up.�?�. She spoke before the committee on juvenile delinquency adult crime and correction. The probation officer said that broken and alcoholic Homes were when a quilt was made and turned Over to the red Cross. It was voted to Purchase yarn for an afghan. Mrs. Philip r. Monson reported on the Christmas Basket Given by the Home Craft club to son Aud mrs. Edgar Skoberg. The Underwood study club met at Ann Lake s Home thursday evening Jan. 16 at 8 p. In. With Barbara Kolstad assisting. Judy Sunby who been at the Hospital is Home and recon a needy family. After the business ering from her illness. Everyone session. Mrs. Kit n Severn gave an a Pes she Lias a speedy recovery interesting demonstration on Home and mrs. Paul gust of tact decorations. Mrs. Monson and mrs. Gus Falls helped Gordon Bakken . S. Lundeen will hostesses celebrate birthday sunday. At the february meeting the place Loyal Larson son of or. And to announced later. A dessert lunch was served by the hostesses. Lake Region Hospital admitted january 24 Arthur dahling 518. Vernon. Mrs. Gerald Drews route i Wood High school mender Rook mrs. Carl Larson is stationed at new London conn., where will enter the submarine school. Friday the Underwood a rockets travel to Barrett to Host. After the game the Underwood High soil in i students a. invited to stay for a party. P. T. A. Was held at under Earl Schmidt route 3, City. Mrs. Helena Wahl Vergas. Walter b. Schulz Ashby. Leonard Hauberg 725. Cherry. Discharged january 24 Mary Loeffler 703 n. Broadway. Kenneth Behrens. Evansville. Mrs. Marvin Hustad Battle Lake. Mrs. City. Mrs. Wyman Schaeffer Elbow Lake. Mrs. Anton hello Ashby. Mrs. George Schulz route 3, City. Mrs. Robert t. Miller route 5, City. Mrs. Elizabeth Achter Wendell. Mrs. Jeanette Scott. Broen memorial Home. Michael Dewey Ashby. And whist was enjoyed by members who played. Servers for the evening were mrs. Otto Kaste mrs. Leroy Johnson mrs. Judith Carr. Mrs. A Pederson mrs. Walter Haugarth and mrs. Rudie Olson. Ernest Veazie being Enro Ute to Portland ore., with a Load of tractors visited with family sunday. George Rester of grand Forks visited with parents and left shortly to Minneapolis to the University of Minnesota where will an instructor. A delinquent Borrower Bangor Maine apr for 11,009 Days a Walter of Tiverton a a novel of Knighthood had been missing from the Bangor Public Library. Then the Book was returned anonymously after a 30-year absence. Librarian l. Felix Ranlett figured the Fine at $220.18. But the sum could not collected because the Fine must not exceed the original Cost of the books $1.95. No certainty in Coronet a certain Well known san Diego judge attended a banquet at a local hotel recently. Upon entering cheeked coat but neglected to get a Check stub in return. When was ready to leave asked the attendant for coat which was promptly handed to him. A How do you know this one is mine a the judge asked surprised. A i done to sir a answered the attendant. A but ifs the one you gave when you came the Experiment is Only one of several Pilot projects by which this District like others a spokesman said is a trying to respond to the present urgency the need for scientists and trained leaders especially in academic j in another Experiment in elementary schools the More capable 1 learners Are brought together in one classroom for perhaps three periods a week. There they do research or project study that is advanced for their age. At Junior and senior High school Phillip a n d r s o a Crookston Levels whole classes in algebra judge m. A. Wahlstrand Willmar science and English Are made up chief of police Robert Mclane of exceptionally Apt pupils. They Willmar Donald Ehmke exec get More advanced assignments Tive Secretary of the Kandiyohi than their Fellows in regular county welfare Board judge mar classes. Cus Reed Bemidji judge Robert sen. Dan Feidt Minneapolis committee chairman said the group found a that overcrowding was a bad aspect after visiting the boys training school at red Wing. Feidt paid tribute to the school Heads in caring for nearly 500 boys when the facility is equipped for Only about 400. Ile said the overflow was being housed in Halls and the Hospital. Others who testified were judge a of Mearan a. Phee new Issue Here today published by parents Magazine monday night to ways you la. Benefits a develop con 11 Den co a prepare for leadership a think on your feet a control anxieties a uncover hidden a by Liticea a speak effectively a win More Friend. A work in Harmony with people a communicate Idee clearly a improve memory Over can the turning Point of your life free demonstration session of the dal Carnegie court will How you the Way to a bigger Job. Happier Horn brighter future. You Are invited monday Jan. 27 the. 7 30 . River inn hotel no Cost or obligation . Approved Dau Carnegie courses presented by leadership training. Inc. 24 so. 7th Street Minneapolis Minn 3-3526 men and women graduate the world Over i oat Carnegie sponsored by Fergus Falls kiwanis for information literature reservations Contact Ici warns members phone phone h. J. Herman Ion chm. 3295 web Martinson. Vern Arneson. Drews. Byron Kan nay. 7041 Belka. 2303 Don Mollerud. 2230 Earry Norby. 526 by Lundeen. 595 Warren Rovang. 4229 Merald Enstad. 591 Bob Bigwood. 551 Art Krone Nann. 3733 Ezra Meckel. 537 pm s department Stele farm classified ads in the Dally journal bring Quick results girls crawl into refrigerator one dead Chicago apr two Young girls removed the shelves and crawled into the electric refrigerator in their mothers apartment. One was found dead Early Friday but her sister was revived. Benbrook born to or and firemen were unable to revive mrs. Arnold Dunbrook 614. Juanita Haynes 2 4. Her sister Vernon a boy january 24. J Helen 4, regained consciousness. Births evening 7 15-9 15 25e-60c sods ton Ite a in Colon Quot escapade in Japan Sun. Mon tur. Wed. A april love in color with Pat Boone Shirley Jones Fergus Falls school of Beauty culture will taking enrolments for a Spring class class begins monday March 3 Glende Johnson funeral Home Soi Washington Avenue East Fergus Falls. Serving Fergus Falls As Well As Dalton Ashby Battle Lake Elizabeth Underwood Carlisle Foxhome Wendell and All neighbouring communities air conditioned Chapel phone 7064 ambulance service Day or night also air ambulance service available Evan a. Glende Adolph Johnson Zane a. Tassler associate i

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