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Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Neil Open House Honors Couple on Wedding Anniversary TERRIL — Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Neil were honored at a 25fli wedding anniversary open- house in their home on Sunday, Sept. 28. Approximately 140 friends and relatives called during the hours of 5 — 9 p.m. to extend their congratulations and best wished to the honored couple. Hostesses for the courtesy 3 Classes Visit Space Exhibit ARMSTRONG - The sixth, eighth and ninth grade science classes of Armstrong school traveled recently to Ft Dodge to see the NASA Space exhibit in the Iowa National Guard building. The first exhibit they viewed was space food which was freeze- dehydrated food in the packets that are used in space. The second exhibit was the Apollo Mission building where students took a telephone and listened to an explanation of of the Apollo 11 flight. Pictures lighted up to show the stages of the flight Students saw a model of the command module, then they entered the large circular building. and looked down, to see a film on a circular screen, like viewing a film through a huge telescope. The functions of the NASA and the planets of the solar system were explained. were the O'Neil's daughter, Mrs. Roger (Patt) Conway, and friends; Mrs. Richard Olson, Mrs. Blaine Pedersen, Mrs. Russel Clark, Mrs. Stanley Nelson, Mrs. Keith Capner and Mrs. Paul Ferguson. The serving table featured a centerpiece of white daisys with silver trim and white candles. The honored couple's bridesmaid, Mrs. Lea Mae McGranahan, presented to them a bouquet of mums. Mrs. Russel Clark made the silver and blue money tree placed on the gift table. Mothers of the honored couple, Mrs. Ray Rustan and Mrs. Ed O'Neil, served coffee and punch. Their daughter, Patt Conway, was in charge of the guest book. Many people from Terril, Dickens and Ruthven area attended. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reid. best man at the wedding, Sargent Minn.;: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flaherty, "Mom " and "Pop" Flaherty, Des Moines; Edna Sampson, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anderson, Hartley; Dorothy and Shelly Rolfson, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lightle, Spencer; and Mr. and Mrs. Vera Clark, Estherville. Re-schedule Event The four-ball foursome event and cookout planned for last Sunday at the Estherville Golf and Country Club will be held this Sunday, starting at 2 p.m., weather permitting. HOMSEY BUILDING In Armstrong « Auction Sunday, Oct. 12 4 p.m. The Joseph Hcmsey Estate is offering this 2-Story Brick Building For Sale to the highest bidder. 20% Down • Balance On Contract. Reasonable Interest. Ovtr 10,000 Sq. Ft. Of Floor Spoce - ToRiants Available - Perfect Location One Of The Best Buildings in Armstrong. Building In A-1 Shape. New Furnace. New Roof. Well Kept Up. Ideal For Dozens Of Different Businesses. Note This Building Will Produce More Income Than A % Section Of Land — Ideal As An Investment Or Run Your Own Business. For More Information Or Inspection Contact Bernard Homsey Armstrong, Iowa TONIGHT First Presbyterian Church 2-5:00 Spiritual Bazaar at the church. First Christian Church 3:45 C.Y.C. 4:45 Chapel choir. 7:00 Young adults informal discussion group meet at Grace Episcopal Church with Rev. Bob Miller. Christian Fellowship 8:00 Home of Joseph Hanson. SUNDAY Historical Museum 2-5:00 Open at 107 S. 6th St. MONDAY American Legion Auxiliary 2:00 Past presidents meetwith Mrs. Shirley Dow. Senior Citizens 2:00 Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. Licensed Practical Nurses 7:30 Iowa Lakes active and inactive LPN's meet. Lincoln School ' 7:30-8:30 Open house. Trinity Lutheran 7:30 p.m. Church Council meeting. Immanuel Lutheran 8:00 Meeting of the committee for the family get-together. Big Brothers 8:00 Board of directors at Barber Hall. Square Dance Lessons 8:00 Elks Club. First Christian Church 8:00 C.W.F. Night groups. n aye eu/J Marilyn Hansen, Family Editor Phone 362-2622 CAROL PERKINS TUESDAY First Christian Church 9:00 a.m. Bible Study Fellowship at Mrs. Richard Shonkwiler's. 7:30 Special Building Study Committee meet at Mrs. Robert Gray's. Kiwanis Club Noon Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens 2:00 Bingo at Community Center. Union Baptist Church 2:00 Prayer meeting of Women's Missionary Society in Prayer room. Estherville Lutheran 4:00 Girl Scouts. 8:00 Eunice circle, Mrs. Harold Reese. Wa-tan-ye 6:15 Gardston Hotel Shore Room. TOPS 7:00 City Hall. Immanuel Lutheran 8:00 Quarterly meeting of the congregation. North Star Lodge 447 8:00 Regular meeting. No dinner. Art Exhibit to Be at Cherokee Stanford Museum "Art, The Unwritten Language," a creative teaching project sponsored by the Iowa State Arts Council and The Sanford Museum Association, will be presented at the Sanford Museum, Cherokee, from Oct. 12- Jan. 4. This exhibit has some of the finest ethnographic materials produced by the stone age people of New Guinea. Materials to supplement the Sanford Collection have been borrowed from Southern Illinois University Museum, Carbondale, 111., Wartburg Theological Seminary, Dubuque and Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha. Schools in northwest Iowa may avail themselves of this exhibit and lecture project by writing the museum, 117 E. Willow, Cherokee, la., for the scheduling of school tours. Lectures are designed for grade, junior and senior high school students. Museum hours are 9-12 a.m., 1-5 p.m. daily, Saturdays 9-12 a.m. and Sundays 2-5 p.m. There is no admission charge. Carol Perkins Plans Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Perkins, Clear Lake, S.D., announce the coming marriage of their daughter Carol Ranee to Daniel Wesley Henrichs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiko Henrichs, Watertown, S.D. The wedding will be held Oct 18 at 2 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Clear Lake. A reception will follow in the church parlors. All friends and relatives are invited. Carol is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perkins, Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ahrenstorff, Lake Park. Sept 29 Wedding Is Announced ARMSTRONG- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berggren of Armstrong announce the marriage of their daughter, Cheryl Kay, to Carl W. Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Payne of Ledyard. The wedding took place at Sioux Falls, S.D., Sept. 29. Mrs. Payne is attending Iowa Lakes Community College at Estherville. Payne completed: four years in the air force and is now employed by Arts-Way. Mr. and Mrs. Payne are living in Armstrong. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Armstrong and Mrs. Frankie Myers motored Friday to Rolfe to visit at the Garth Sroufe home. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Caroline Whitlow and Bob were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fude and Roger of Webb and Airman and Mrs. Richard Coyle who were coming back from being stationed at Adak, in the Aleutian Islands. Airman Coyle is a grandson of Mrs. Whitlow and Mrs. Fude is a sister of Mrs. Whitlow. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knabe of California visited at the Paul Fredericksen home recently. The T. E. Haworths have concluded a visit at the home of the latter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Irish at Canton, 111. They also attended the Masonic Grand Lodge meeting at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Geesman and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Osk- vig, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Engholm, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corderman and Carol Bonnicksen, Armstrong were Friday evening supper guests at the Marvin Corderman home. Walter Andersons Celebrate 40th Anniversary DUN NELL - The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson was observed Oct. 5 at Immanuel Lutheran Church parlors when sons Robert and Norman and their families gave a reception. More than 200 friends and relatives gathered to honor them. They were married at a parsonage in Jackson with Hulda Anderson and John Hummel as attendants Oct 2, 1939. A short program was given with Mrs. Mabel Kenyon presiding. Pastor AdolfsSvalbegave a talk. Readings were by a granddaughter, Mrs. Kenneth Hanson and Mrs. Dean Lyon. An original poem was by Mrs. Reuben Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson and Arvid Danlelsonsang.apiano number by Susan and Mary Anderson and a solo by LeRoy Anderson. A prayer was given by grandson John. From a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Axel Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson, Clarion, Oscar Andersons, Robert Trullingers, Des Moines, Dr. Tom Wares, Sioux City and N. H. Aagards, St. Peter, Minn. Ringsted Gary Jensen is attending Mankato Commercial College. Mrs. Thyra Sorensen returned home last week from a ten day trip visiting her daughter and family, the Roland Fagres, at Boulder, Colo. Mrs. Jerome Egel was honored on her birthday anniversary on Sunday afternoon at an open house by about eighty friends. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Twait and family were Sunday evening supper guests at the Herluf Johansen home. Mr. and Mrs. August Hansen and Mrs. Elsie Long were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Kenneth Hackbarth home and helped Nancy Hackbarth celebrate her eighth birthday, in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel had a part in the Sunday School Skit at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church on Sept. 28, rather than Mr. and Mrs. Paul Glasnapp. Mrs. Jim Meyer and Paul David were Tuesday morning coffee guests of Mrs. Herluf Johansen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedeland Mrs. Stella Nolan visited last weekend at Omaha. Mrs. Nolan visited her sister, Mrs. Florence Nielsen and the Riedels their daughter and family, the Herbert •Underwoods. Riedel went to the University Hospital for his checkup. Mrs. Carmen Godfredsen is teaching and taking graduate work • at Mankato. Estherville, Iowa, Daily News, Friday. Oct 10, 1969 r GIVE NOW To The Emmet County UNITED FUND A PUBLIC SERVICE MESSAGE OF— KILR-AM-1070 Khz Coming Soon! KILR-FM-95.9 Mhz ARMSTRONG SATURDAY, OCT. 11: Kiwanis Auction Sale, Light Co., site Highway 9. SWEA CITY MONDAY, OCT. 13: 7:30 p.m. Room visitations. 8:00 p.m. PTA regular meeting. RINGSTED SATURDAY, OCT. 11: 8:00 p.m. A miscellaneous shower held for Connie Culbertson at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. MONDAY, OCT. 13: 7:30 p.m. SUSO, TOPS in the basement of Petersen Hardware. 2:30 p.m. Legion Auxiliary meets at Legion Building. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15: FTA Club. 2:00 p.m. St. Paul Lutheran circles: Elizabeth, Esther and Ruth. 3:50 p.m. St Paul's Lutheran Church 1st year confirmation. 5:00 p.m. Second year confirmation. 8:00 p.m. Miriam circle of St. Paul's Lutheran Church meet at church. THURSDAY, OCT. 16: 2:00 p.m. St Paul's Lutheran Church, Deborah Circle. SUNDAY, OCT. 12: 7:00 p.m. Luther League Hayride. SUPERIOR TUESDAY, OCT. 14: 5-8:00 p.m. Methodist WSCS fried chicken and turkey supper. Mrs. White Has Program at CCC C. C. C. Club met at the Lester Handeland home. Roll call was "What I like about Fall." Mrs. Arnold White was in charge of the program. Songs sung were "Columbus Gem of the Ocean," Battle Hymn of the Republic." Various games were played. •* Members present were Mrs. Pete Aanonson, Mrs. Oren Aanonson, Mrs. Lawrence Andersen, Mrs. Lloyd Birkland, Mrs. Gilbert England, Mrs. Luhrl Fessler, Mrs. Ray Fry, Mrs. Ray Fry, Mrs. Lester Handeland, Mrs. Adolph Meyer, Mrs. Lee Moore, Mrs. JimRost, Mrs. Arnold M. Olson, Mrs. Arnold White and Mrs. John Weirshma. Mrs. Andrew Handeland was a guest Mrs. Pete Aanonson will have November meeting. TARDY LEAGUE THURSDAY Rock Island 18 10 Esther Maid 17 11 Sunbeam 15% 12 l k D.E.K. 15% 12% Sheriffs 15 13 Golden Sun 14 14 E'ville Roofing 14 14 Kent Feeds 13 IS J. D. Webb Impl. 10% 17% Wadco 7% 20% High Team 3 Games D.E.K. Sheriffs Rock Island 2510 2475 2345 886 865 854 High Team 1 Game Sunbeam D.E.K. D.E.K. High Individual 3 Games Mel Whitacre 587 Don Brobst 566 Ray Clarey 539 High Individual 1 Game John Waggoner 213 Dick Harkema 212 Mel Whitacre 209 STOCKDALE LEAGUE THURSDAY Builders 19 9 Realtors 17 11 Stockholders 16 12 investors 15 13 Financers 14 14 Loaners 11 17 Insurers 11 17 Savers 9 19 High Team 3 Games Realtors 1267 Builders 1243 Stockholders 1227 High Team 1 Game Realtors 463 Builders 458 Investors 434 High individual 3 Games Millie Selby 519 Sally Steil 513 Elnora Kueker 491 High Individual 1 Game Sally Steil 194 Millie Selby 185 Arlene McDaniel 176 Farm Bureau Women to Take Annual Bus Tour Emmet County Farm Bureau Women will go on their annual bus tour on Thursday, Oct 23. They will visit Boys Town and the Aerospace Museum in Omaha, Neb. and other points of inter- Discuss Citizenship at Happy Hustlers The regular meeting of the Jack Creek Happy Hustlers club was held at Dee Tindalls on Oct 4 with Lori Berven reading "What is Citizenship." Dee Tindall and Vickie White reading articles on citizenship and Mrs. Berven leading the discussion on the topic of citizenship. The meeting was called to order by Vickie England and roll call was "What the word citizenship menas to me" and was answered by Vickie and Cindy England, June Johnson, Lori Berven, Dee Tindall, Susan Jacobsen, Vickie White, the leaders, Mrs. Donald Berven and Mrs. Ray Fry, visitors Mrs. Gilbert England and Lynda, Mrs. Arnold White, Kay Starkey, and Mrs. Lowell Jacobsen and Sandra. A discussion was held on what to do for Christman, making of a gift and a having another party either before or after Christmas. Our money making project is selling cards. The pledge of allegiance was given by Susan Jacobsen and the 4-H Pledge by June Johnson. est if time permits. The group will have their noon lunch and spend some time in a shopping center. Reservations may be made by calling the Farm Bureau office before 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct 17. Final plans for this tour were made at their regular committee meeting held on Tuesday at the Farm Bureau office. Mrs. G. O. Bonstead, county chairman, opened the meeting with devotions "Traveling Along" and "Now's the Time." The county workshop was discussed and the program planned. This meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 15 at the DEK building in Estherville and the noon lunch will be served at the Cardinal Cafe. Mrs. Reinhard Rlessen, 3rd district committee woman, will present the 1970 program to the 1969 and 1970 officers and special chairmen. At the close of the committee meeting, Mrs. G. O. Bonstead served lunch to the following: Mrs. J. P. Christensen, Mrs. Andrew Graff, Mrs. Gilbert England, Mrs. E. B. Burg, Mrs. Chester Paulson, Mrs. Donald Howard, Mrs. A. B. Rosenberger, and Mrs. Bernard Osher. Flocked wallpapers, popular today, were used in the 17th century and sold in rolls that were four feet wide. 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