Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 5, 1952 · Page 2
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Social NcHH Kropf-Skattebo Wedding MiHS Ciirol Marie Skattebo. dau- KMVV of Mr. and Mrs. Clnrcnci' 1. Skattebo of Walllngford, and Du- iinp Upon Kropf of Ames, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Samuel H. Kropf of Ottoscn wcvo married Sunday afternoon at two p. m, al the Lutheran church in Wallingford. The Hov. C. B. Gunder.son officiated nt the douhle ring service. Candolabrn and baskets of pink and yellow gladioli decorated the church. Mrs. Sherman Gunderson, orKan- ist. provided the nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Leroy Gunder- .son who sane "O Promise Mo." "God Gave Me You" and "Tlie lord's Prayer." The bride. Riven in mnrrlaKe by her father, wore a while gown with Chantilly lace bodice skirt and train of white satin, covered by two net ovcrskirls. Her tinpertip length veil of Illusion net fell from a tiara of net, studded with pearls. Her only jewelry, a string of pearls, was a gift of the bridegroom. She cai» vied a white Bible, on which rested a single white orchid with feathor ed carnation streamers. * Miss Lenora Skattebo, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore a blue taffeta and net gown. Slie carried a fan typo bouquci of yellow carnations. Mrs. Duane Dallman and Miss Joyce Olson, cousins of the bride, were bridesmaids. Thoy wore pink and yellow net gowns, respectively, and carried blue and pink carnation bouquets. Sandra Gunderson, niece of the bride, acted as Junior bridesmaid. Shb wore a dress of pink taffeta and carried a bouquet of blue carnations. Flower gir was Geraldine Kropf. niece of the bridegroom. She wore a blue net dress. The bridegroom' was attended by his friend, Eldon Hundcrtraark. Both men wore grey suits. Ushers were Ernest Skattebo, the bride's brother, and Robert Oshcr. her cousin. The bride's nephew, James Lee Skattebo, was ringbcar- er. Molliers of the bride and bridegroom botii wore na\'y blue dresses with navy and white accessories. Both had pink rose corsages. * Tlie reception for 225 guests was held in the Cliurch dining room which was decorated in pink, blue and yellow. The liridal table was covered by a Jare cloth and centered by a four- tiered wedding cake decorated In the bride's colors and topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom. Pink candles and pink and white .sweet peas completed the table decorations. Mrs. Henry Lofblom and Mrs. Art Skattebo presided at the table. Odvln Hugen of Forest City sang "O Perfect Love" at the reception. Sherman Gunderson waa host at the reception. Following the cutting of the first piece of wedding cake hy the bridal couple the remainder was cut and served by Mrs. Earnest Skattebo and Mrs. Don Wehring. Waitresses were Mabel and I..yd- ia Banwart, Shirley V. Olson, Mary Schacherer and Shirley A. Olson. Miss Arlee Osher and Mi-a. Wayne Richard were in charge of opening and displaying the gifts. Mrs. Harold registered the guests and kitchen helpers were Mrs. Chester Anderson, Mrs. John Huibregtse, Mrs. Ole Refsell, Mrs. Louis Sevat- son and Mrs. Norman Michaelson. The bride chose as her going away costume a navy and white suit with navy and white accessories. The young couple left for Dallas, Tex., following the reception, and will stay there for about a week. They will be at home after Juno 16 at 2822 Oakland, Ames. Tlie bride is a graduate of EB- tbervlile iiigh school and Waldorf college at Forest City. She taught a year at Belle Plaine and two years at West Bend. Tile bridegroom is a graduate of Iowa State college al Ames and is employed by the Iowa State Poul- li-y Improvement association. * I'^arewell .Sh.ower for Mrs. K. C. Biggs Mrs. II. C. Biggs was the guest of honor lust night al u farewell handkerchief shower given for her by Mrs. James Buster and Mrs. Jean M. Goidsberry at the Buster home. Dr. and Mrs. Biggs are leaving soon to make their future honi(^ in the west. Guests were Ninth street neigh bors of Mrs. Biggs who spent the curly evening playing "Twenty Questions" with the questions being something pertaining to the Biggs' journey west. Everj-thlng Irom "valvo caps" to' "all the cot- fei? cups they would drink from whllo on their trip" were used. Mrs. Biggs and her mother-in- law, Mrs. Thomas Biggs, were prc- .scnted corsages mado from a handkerchief and llllca-of-tht>-vnlloy b:' the hostesses, Mrs. Biggs opened her many lovely handkerchiefs and ut the bottom of the pile found one, the card of which read "to the man with tlie liest looliing lawn in the neiglihorhood." Needless to say, anyone famlUur with Ninth street luwns, in that particular section, would know tiiat the gift was for Dr. Biggs. liefreshmonts of dessert and coffoo were served at the dining room table, which was covered by a dolicato pink satin damask cloth with dishes of the same color, traced with gold and decorated with dainty flowers. The cloth unil dishes wore brought back from abroad by Mrs. Goldsberry last summer. The table was centered by an at- tructlvB as well as clever centerpiece. Mrs, Busier hud used a mlr- lor im a base, In the center of which she had placed an old fashioned car. In the car was seated :i couple made from pipe cloftners, with faces made from a snapshot of Dr. and Mrs. Biggs. Mrs. Biggs carried the family dog on her arm. The cur was surrounded by tiny cut elass cups (Mrs. Buster's doil dlahos) containing miniature bouquets of punsies and lllUe:i -of -the- vftlJcy. The centorpiecc M'OH flanked by small glaaa bowls of the same flowers and tiny cnrs in piis- te'l' colors were placed about tli • table. Guests were the guest of honoi, and Mrs. Thomas Biggs, Mrs. Jack BIttner, Mrs. Prank Bonesh. Mrs. Kalhryn Richardson, Mrs. Edgn. Knulsen. Mrs. Elmer Thom. and Mrs. William Higlnbolhnm. Mrs Gerald Lee was unable to attend. * .SI. Theresa'.s Circle SIofit.H with Mrs, Stavros Mrs. Emmanuel Stavros wii'i hostess to members of St. Thei - eaa's circle nt her home Tuesday evening. Mrs. P.TUl Lungren led in tlx recitation of the rosar.v. A short, business meeting was conducted by the president. Mrs. Guy Nicholson. The remainder of tlie eveninij was spent playing bridge with Mrs. Cletus Keogh and Mrs. Guy Nicholson as prize winners. Those present were Mrs. Keogh, Mrs. Norman Maine, Mis. C. O. Gifford. Mrs. Guy Nicholson, Mr.s. Lungren. Mrs. Ray Taylor. Mrs. Michael Maloney and Mrs. Ear! Kruse. • Farewell Variy for Mrs. FraJt Martinson. Mrs. Orvan Anderson was hostess Tuesday evening to members of her bridge club at a 7:30 dessert supper. The party was also a farewell for one of their number, Mrs. Fran Martinson, who with her husband and daughter. Shelly \yi\\ move soon to Eugene, Ore. Mrs. Martinson was presented a gift from the club. For the evening's play. Mrs. William Green was high score winner while the consolation was awarded to Mrs. K. L. Johnson. Members present were Mrs. Warren Bishop. Mrs. Ray Ricklefs, Mrs. Robert BothwcU, Mrs. William Thompson, Mrs. William Green, Mrs. K. L. Johnson, Mrs. Robert Hammond, the guest of honor and Mrs. Anderson. • Fourteen at Meeting of Ryan Lake Country Chib Fourteen members of the Ryan Lake Country club responded to roll call Tuesday afternoon at the meeting held at the home of Mrs. Hogan Hoganson. The business meeting was conducted by the president. A committee was appointed to buy 18 new club trays and It was decided thai the club would have a picnic for members and their families June 15 at Riverside park. After the entertainment lunch was served by the hostess to Mrs Donald Howard, Mrs. Harold Clayton, Mrs. WiUard Crim, Mrs. Heiman Andrcscn, Mrs. Richard Chris- tcnsen, ftrs. Gaylord Lord, Mis Max Socth, Mrs. Merle Landmesser, Mrs. Archie Poyzcr, Mrs. Urban Pluth, Mrs. Vernon Brown. Mrs. Fern Tirevold and Mrs. Edgar Higgins, and to two visitors, Mrs. Frank Heinle and Mrs. M. L. Soeth. The next meeting will be July 1 at the home of Mrs. Donald Howard. * Midway Country Club To Hold Family Picnic July IS. Mrs. Elmer Spoo was hostess Tuesday afternoon to members of the Midway Country club. The business meeting was conducted by the vice-president, Mrs. Einer Hansen. Seventeen members answered roll call, after which the minutes ot the last meeting were read and approved. It was voted that the club would hold its annual family picnic July 13 at Hand's Park. Everyone was requested to bring a card table and folding chairs if possible. A committee was appointed to make the picnic arrangements. It includes Mrs. Jim Hill, Mrs. Alan Krieger, and Mi-a. Kenneth Schroeder. Following the adjournment of the business meeting, the afternoon was spent playing bingo. Rofreshmenl« were served by Mi-s. Spoo at the close of the afternoon to one guest, Mrs. Chris Spoo and to Mrs. Lloyd Dahlke, Mrs. Einer Hanson, Mrs. Charles Heinrich. Mrs. Jim Hill, Mrs. Wesley Holl, .Mrs. Chris Jesperson. Mrs. Alan Krieger, Mrs. Merle Mustard. Mrs. William Nielsen, Mrs. Robert Nichols, Mrs. George Roseander. Mrs. August Rosenberger, Mrs. O. A. Solmonson, Mrs. Fred Swun. Mrs. Kenneth Schroeder, Mrs. Ed Timmons, Cherj'l and Janet Timmons. Judy Krieger and Julie and Connie Nichols. Even Is Calendar Roger Bacon is believed to hav,-' been the first to produce n gunpowder which aclually exploded, although incendiaries of similar composition but with impure ingredients had been known for a long time pre\iously. Moat elephants native to Ceylon do not have tusks. Tonight Dori.s .Iu,robs Dance lU 'Viie (.Sponsoreil by Girl . SCOUIH) 7:30 p. m. Will be held in the high school audiloriuni. Tickets may be purchased from the Girl .Scouts or at the door. Band Conrert First concert of the season. To be held in the city park. American Legion and Auxiliary County Meeting. 7:30 p. m. To be held nl Ringsted. Pot luck dinner and dance. Friday C. W. V. Group Meellngs of (he Chrlstluii Church. 1 p. m. Ramsey Mcmoridl Group. Mrs. RoUand Shannon leader, at Fort Defiance Park for a covered dish luncheon. In case of rain lunch and meeting will be held at th(' church. 2 V- m. Dale Hollow Group, Mrs. Kenneth Steveson. leader, al the. homo of Mrs. George Lucas. Regular meeting. Women's Council of rrcsbyterlan Church. 1:15 p. m. Luncheon al tlie chui- ch. .Hostesse.s, Partello-Wee-Weo circle members. Mrs. Harry Simpson. program chairman. Mrs. Thomas Melton will hiivo charge of devotions and Miss Claire Bailey will be guest speaker. Short dedicatory service for "Pennies for Palmer." rri.HClUa Class of .Methodist Church. 2:30 p. m. Meet with Mrs. Roy Burt. Mrs. George Robb and Mrs. Ben Reeves, associate hostesses. rUpha Club of the Methodist Church. 2:30 p. m. Meet with Mrs. August Schaper. Lake Shore Coimtry Club. 2:30 p. m. At the Lewis Harvey home. Mrs. William Hatvcy and Mrs. Rosctta Meyers in charge of entertainment. L. E. A. 8 p. m. In the I. O. O. F. hall, Mrs. Lewis Barbas presiding. Election of officers and refreshments. Sunday Crescent Country Club. 1:30 p. m. Picnic at the Henry Hanson home. Everyone requested to bring their own sandwiches and table service. Monday I'nst Presidents of American Legion Auxiliary. 2 p. ni. Meet with Mrs. Shirley Dow, Mrs. G. M. Donavan, assistant hostess. Ladles Society of B.L.F. and K. 8 p. m. At the city hall. Regular meeting. All members requested to be present, NIffht Groups of C.W.F. of Christian Church. 8 p. m. Yakima group. Mrs. Merle Strube, leader, meet at the church; Hazel Green group. Mrs. Eldon Weber, leader, meet at her home. .Music Recital. 8 p. m. At the city hall auditorium by students of Jean Cramer. Program numbers all by American composers. June Harris will u.ssist with vocal solos. The public is invited. GIUETTIISGEK Will Work at Baiik in Sioux Falls IKE— Continued from page 1 li.'ve we can do more by loader ship and getting stales to do it than make it a federal compulsory thing," He said a question whether h< would appoint a Negro to his cab inel was "jumping about two bridges to get to a particular spot.' Ho hadn't given cabinet appoint ments any thought," he said. Another reporter asked Elscn hower bluntly if he favored the reelection of Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis.). who has become a controversial figure in his charges of communism in government. Eisenhower said he would not indulge in personalities under any circumstances, but then ho added: 'No one is more determined than I that any kind of communist influence be uprooted from the government. Make no mistake about that. But he added he believed it could be done "without besmirching any Innocent man." Con\icted of As.sault Audubon iA^i -A district couit Jury Wednesday night convicted Marvin Jurgens, 40. of Exlra, on a charge of assault with intent to murder. Jurgens waa accused ot firing through the window of a cabin near Exlra, slightly wounding WUhelm Petersen, 68, In the head. BV Mils. L. M. YOUNG Elmer Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Montgomery of Graettingcr Is receiving his degree from the South Dakota State college at Brookings, S. D., on Monday, June 9. He has secured a good position with the Norihwcst Security National bank at Sioux Falls, S. D. Elmer and wife were recent week-end guests in the parental Montgomery home. Ul a* Sioux City. Mr, and Mrs. Chris Norrla went to Sioux City Sunday to visit Carl Clirlstcnscn, who is very ill in a hospital there. Carl la n brother of Frank Chrlstcnaen of Granttlnger and a former lt.>cal man Ihotigh now residing in Spencer. Return to Topekn Captain and Mrs. R. L- Spies and baby have returned to Topeka, Kans., where he Is stationed after a pleasant visit In the parental Joe Swift home and Karl Spies homes. I'ujallup VUitorn. v Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vasey and family of Puyallup. Wash., are vacationing In the parental Vaacy home here and In the O. R. Gardner homo In Esthervllle. Frank la a member of the Puyallup police force. ConcludoR Visit, Mrs. Annntle Gale, Washington, D. C, the former Annette Eidsness of Gracttlnger, has concluded a visit among friends here and left Monday on the return trip to her home in Washington. Plan to .loin Waves, Jeanne Coan accompanied by a girl from Spencer and one from Terrll loft Monday rhornlng for Dos Moines for physical examinations pre- paratorj' to service with the U. S. Waves. Jeanne was graduated with the 11)52 class of Graettlnger high school. Honored at Shower. Pastor and Mrs. Arthur Sorcnson, serving St. Paul's and South Walnut Lutheran churches, were honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the town church. A program waa also enjoyed. It was a varied program, consisting: of groctlnps by Pastor PaJltson of Ringated, a talk by Rev. Arthur Rasmuasen of the local Methodist church, several musical selections by the quartet from South Walnut and also frbmxthe town group. A bounteous lunch served by four of the Ladles Aid circles was enjoyed. Rev. and Mrs. Sorcnson left for Blair, Keb.,'.to get their household goods and plan to return here Tuesday. They are Just recently married, A purae also was given them on Sunday. Clarence Clcmcnson was moved from Holy Family hospital on Sunday to Rochester, Minn., for medical care. Mrs. Clemenson is with him. REA Loan Is Granted Wnshlngton, June 5 {/P) - The rural electrification administration yesterday approved a loan to the Orlswold Cooperative Telephone Co. for $144,000. Asiatic elephants may grow to be oa much as 11 feet tall. ADVKIITISE.W.NT Housework Easy Without^ Nagging Backache Nsntnc baekaehe, lou of pep and cnersy, headachu and dlstlnesii may be due to alow- down of kldner function. Doctora aay ffood kidney function la very Important to cood health. When lome everyday eondlUon, auch aa itrets and atrain, causes this Important function to slow d^n.many folks sulrernaK- Sine backaehe-f'^ miserable. Minor bladder Irritations due to cold or wrons diet may cause settinKupnichtaorfrequentpaasates. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bather you. Try Doan's Fllls-a mild diuretic. Used successfully by milliona for over 60 years. It's amaxing how many times Doan'aclve happy relief from those dlacom- torts-helpthel6mllesof kidney tubcsandni- Urs flush out waste. Get Doan's Fills todayl Esthcr\1Ile, Iowa, Dally News Thurs., June 5, 1952 2 It Is believed that the first passenger elevator waa Installed la Now York in 1867. ADVERTISEMENT I, TOO, AM DEAFENED AKD WHAT I DID TO CORRECT IT, Twenty years ago I lost my hearing. Since then my life has been directed toward one goal — overcoming deafness, both for tnysblf and for others. The result of this work has boon a tiny new hearing aid which can be worn In secret. With this 4lniLll aid, oven your closest friends will not know how you hear bo p«!r- fectly. Voices, the radio, and the ticking of the clock sound natural. If you are interested In l<iai^ tng the three steps in the correction of deafness, write to Ihc, M. A. Lyons, Personal, 401 So. Washington St., Peoria, Illinois. I will be happy to write you the results of my experience. To the voters of riie First District 1 wisli lo lliunk you for the encouraging vol<> given to me ut the Repulilicun primaries on June 2nd nominating me as the Republican candidate for the Board of Supervisors, First District. Maurice H, (Heaon nn Invitations Announcements June, the month of weddings! Every bride looks fonvard to HER day which she hopes will be perfect in every way. Help your wedding to be perfect with handsomely printed wedding stationery from our commercial printing department. Whatever it is you need — announcements, invitations, informals, thank you's or napkins — stop in soon and ouv staff will be happy to help you with your selection. All modestly priced and always done with the finest workmanship. See us (or all your printing needs. Whether large or ginall, wc ore equipped lo give you llie very best high quality service. Estherville Daily

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