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North Woods Trader, Feb. 11, 2012

North Woods Trader, Feb. 11, 2012

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Chances are those whohave attended a wedding havewitnessed some popular tradi-tions take place. The bridewears a veil, a court of wed-ding attendants accompaniesthe bride and groom, and bird-seed, rice or flower petals aretossed. But have you everwondered why? The weddingcustoms are ripe with tradi-tion and harken back to dayswhen superstition and mythoften ruled the day.• Throwing rice: Today ithas become de rigueur to blowbubbles, toss birdseed orrelease doves when the brideand groom leave the house of worship newly betrothed.That's because savvy individ-uals found that raw rice canpose a hazard to birds peckingin the area. However, ricethrowing is an old custom thatdates back to the Middle Ages,when wheat or rice wherethrown to symbolize fertilityfor the couple.• Bouquet: Nowadays, thebride carries a beautiful bou-quet of flowers. But the pur-pose of the bouquet held dif-ferent meanings in the past.Saracen brides carried orangeblossoms for fertility. Otherscarried a combination of herbsand flowers to ward off evilspirits with their aroma. Bou-quets of dill were often car-ried, again for fertility rea-sons, and after the ceremony,the dill was eaten to encour-age lust.• Bridesmaids: There maybe arguments over dressesand how many bridesmaids tohave in a wedding party now,but in ancient times it was themore the merrier. That’sbecause bridesmaids wereanother measure to keep thebride safe against evil spirits.Essentially the bridesmaidswere decoys for the spirits —dressing like the bride to con-fuse the spirits or maybe helpdeter them to leave the bridebe.• Wedding rings: Wearingof wedding rings dates back toancient Egypt. The roundshape of a ring symbolizeseternal love. The ring is wornon the fourth finger of the lefthand because it is believedthis finger has a blood vesselthat goes directly to the heart.Wedding cake: The tradi-tional wedding cake evolvedfrom Roman times when thecake was originally made fromwheat. It was broken over thebride’s head to ensure fertility. All of the guests eat a piece forgood luck. Single women usedto place a piece of wedding cakeunder their pillows in the hopesof finding their own husbands.• Father accompanying thebride: This tradition symbol-izes that the bride’s fatherendorses the choice in hus-bands and is presenting hisdaughter as a pure bride tothat man.• Kissing the bride: In oldertimes, a kiss symbolized alegal bond. Therefore, thebride and groom kissed to sealthe deal on their betrothal.There are many traditionssurrounding a wedding thatpeople simply accept. Butunderstanding their originscan make the ceremony moremeaningful.
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Brides and grooms believein many old wives’ tales, folk-lore and good luck charms toensure a happy marriage.Here are just some of the wed-ding day superstititions.The English believe a spi-der found in a wedding dressis good luck.A sugar cube in a bride’sglove is believed to sweetenthe union, according toGreeks.The groom carries thebride over the threshhold toprotect her from evil spirits.Saturday is consideredthe unluckiest day to marry,according to English tradition.
Wedding folklore
Bent’s Camp
, 6882Helen Creek Rd., 10 mileswest of Land O’ Lakes onHwy. B. Craig and AmyKusick welcome you. Opendaily at 11 a.m. Dinner at5-9 p.m. Closed Tuesdays.Open for breakfast Sat. andSun. See our ad in thisweek’s Trader for our Valentine’s specials on Sat-urday, Feb. 11; Sunday, Feb.12; and Monday Feb. 13. Inour gift shop, buy one atregular price and get thesecond at
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Bucktale Inn
, just 2miles west of Eagle Riveron Hwy. 70, then to Hwy. H.Full menu, sandwiches,pizza and nightly special.Friday Fintastic Fish Frymenu featuring your choiceof walleye, smelt, perch, codor shrimp. Two dine for $20specials Tues., Wed. &Thurs. Your hosts, the Mil-lards, invite you to enjoyaffordable dining in aNorth Woods atmosphereat Bucktale Inn, “wheregood friends meet.” (715)479-7182.
Chanticleer Inn
, over-looking Lake Voyageur onthe Eagle River Chain of Lakes. 1458 E. Dollar LakeRd., 3 miles east of EagleRiver off Hwy. 70. WelcomePond Hockey enthusiasts!Full menu and nightly spe-cials. Open Thursday, Feb.9, Friday, Feb. 10 and Sat-urday, Feb. 11. Upcoming Valentine weekend-spe-cials6 oz. fillet andbroiled shrimp on Fri. andSat., Feb. 10 and 11, andslow-roasted prime rib onSat., Feb. 11, plus fullmenu. Cozy fireside dining.Gift certificates available.(715) 479-4486.
Eagle River Inn &Resort
, on the Eagle RiverChain of Lakes at theWatersmeet Lake bridge,5260 Hwy. 70 W., Eagle Riv-er, WI 54521. (715) 479-2000. For Jan., open Fri. 4-9p.m.; Wed., Thurs and Sat.,5-9 p.m.; Sun., breakfast 8a.m.-1 p.m., lunch 11 a.m.-1p.m. Dinners include home-made soup and salad bar.
Eagle Waters Resort,Bar & Lodge
, banquetfacility, condo and cottageaccommodations available.Join us for live entertain-ment, cocktails and dinner.Missed Valentine’s Day?Make it up with our Valen-tine’s Specials on Thurs-day! Come and enjoy achampagne brunch everySun., serving from 9 a.m. to1:30 p.m. Serving a fullmenu Thurs. 4-8 p.m., Fri.& Sat. 5-9 p.m. Live musicFridays & Saturdays. TakeHwy. 70 East to RangelineRd. North, Eagle River —on the famous Eagle Lake,part of the Eagle RiverChain of Lakes. (715) 479-4411. See our ad in thisweek’s Trader.
Friendship HouseFamily Restaurant
, locat-ed on West Wall Street indowntown Eagle River,offers a full menu that goesbeyond the normal defini-tion. They’ve got it all. Theyserve breakfast, lunch anddinner. Breakfast is avail-able all day, every day. Topfeatures are fluffyomelettes, Belgian waffles,buttermilk pancakes andskillets. There are at leastfour lunch and dinner spe-cials daily. Open every dayfrom 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Call(715) 479-1070 for moreinformation.
Gateway Lodge Rest-aurant & Lounge
, locatedat the corner of Hwy. B &45 in Land O’ Lakes, Wis.(715) 547-3321. Open fordinner Tues.-Sat. 5-9 p.m.Full dinner menu. Wed.,all-you-can-eat shrimp boil;Fri., all-you-can-eat fishfry. Senior night on Wed.— 10% off for 60 or older.See our ad in this week’sTrader.
Golden Pines Restau-rant & Lounge,
8000Hwy. 70, St. Germain, WI54558. (715) 479-7178.Conveniently locatedbetween Eagle River andMinocqua. Welcome snow-mobilers! Full menu, dailyspecials. Come in for someof the best slow-roastedprime rib or crisp roastduck every day. Open Mon.-Sat., serving at 4 p.m. Cozylounge area & dining. Treatyour sweetheart to one of our many Valentine’s spe-cials. See our ad in thisweek’s Trader or view usonline at vcnewsreview.com in the Dining Guidesection.
Gordo’s
, on Hwy. 45North, Eagle River. Servinglunch and dinner daily 11a.m. to 9 p.m. (715) 477-1155. See our ad in thisweek’s Trader.
Holiday Lodge
, 2618Hwy. 17, Phelps. (715) 545-2515. Come visit the beau-tiful Holiday Lodge onNorth Twin Lake. Hours:Mon., Wed. and Thurs. openat 11 a.m. for lunch anddinner. Fri., Sat. and Sun.open at 8 a.m. for break-fast, lunch and dinner. Wewill be open this Tuesdayfor Valentine’s Day. Treatyour sweetheart to one of our Valentine specials. Seeour ad in this week’s Trad-er.
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