Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 29, 1971 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 29, 1971
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Ness r Tindall Vows Repeated Meet the Mild Mannered Champion of Judo ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 29, 1971 Page 2 Marjorie Ness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aadne Ness, Estherville and Richard Tindall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tindall, Graettlnger were united In marriage Dec. 18 at Immaculate Conception Church at Graettlnger. Father Vincent Beacom performed the double ring ceremony. Wynette Graettlnger was organist. The bride was attired in an A-line floor length gown of satin peau-du-sole with lace applique accenting the cuffs, bodice, and skirt. The full long train of nylon net was edged in Alencon lace. The bride's gown and attendant's gowns were made by the bride's mother. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses and a single white poinsettia. Mrs. Fred Phillips, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Her other attendants were Joyce Ness and Mrs. Bob Ness. Dresses with white crepe bodices and emerald green velveteen skirts were worn by the bride's attendants. Each carried a single read poinsettia entwined with holly. The bridegroom's attendants were Charles Thiel, Gerald Twait and Wayne Kruse. Serving as ushers were Bob Reuland, Bob Ness and Darryl Anderson. A reception following the ceremony was held in the parish center. Serving and dining room host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Millea. Registering the guests was Mrs. Bob Reuland. Opening and displaying the gifts were Cheryl Baumgard, Marilyn Bollinger and Mrs. Darryl Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ness dipped and served the punch. The wedding cake was baked and decorated by Mrs. Lewis Sevatson. Mary Jo Tindall and Mrs. Willard Schmeling cut and served the cake. Mrs. Ingolf Ness and Mrs. Mary Tindall poured the coffee. Waitresses were Mrs. Donald Jensen, Mrs. Gale Brandt, Mrs. Personal Mention (Photo by Dave's) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tindall Joe Peters, and Pat Tindall. Mrs. G. 0. Bonstead, Mrs. Norman Olson, Mrs. Don Hendrickson, Mrs. Bernard Osher, Mrs. Bernard Elsenbast and Mrs. Louie Holmberg served at the reception. The bride was graduated from Terril High School and Mankato State College. She is presently teaching at Wm. Bud School atl Fairmont, Minn. The bridegroom was graduated from Ringsted High School. The couple will make their home at Ringsted. Attend Annual Ludefisk Supper The annual Christmas Eve for ludefisk supper was hosted by Ronald, Marlin and Kevin Dalen. and Mrs. Kenneth Dalen of Estherville. Family members in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ingvold Dalen, Gruver; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Origer, Colorado; Debbie Guess and Donna Rolf son, Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Einer Dalen and Gary, Wallingford; Mr. and' Mrs. Kenneth Herum and sons, Dolliver; Mrs. Jim Johnson and family, Sheldon; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Russell and Perry, Mr. and Mrs. David Dean, Superior; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dalen, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dalen, Mrs. Lois Harvego, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dalen and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. David Dalen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Iven Dalen and family, Mi*, and Mrs. Irian Dalen and Jody, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thornburg and Michelle, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dalen and Tracy, Charles Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wycoff and sons, Estherville. JERRY NEPPL, Diane, Robbie and Joey, Jacksonville, Ark. spent a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neppl and with Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Osher of Wallingford. MR. AND MRS. Jack Tatman and Marlene will be guests for dinner New Year's Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. DorenTat­ man and Kimberly at Spirit Lake. They will also help Doren celebrate his birthday. MRS. BILL Ohrtman took her son, Perry Ohrtman to Sioux Falls Tuesday to the airport where he boarded a plane to Fort Ord, Calif. He had been home on leave over the Christmas holiday. MR. AND MRS. Joe Sifrit entertained for the Christmas holiday. Included were Mr. and Mrs. James Bush, Sherry, Teresa, and David, Manteno, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sifrit, Carol, Karen, Cindy, Mike, Terry and Kathy, St. Anne, 111.; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zitterich, Tim and Lisa, ( and Mrs. Donna Ayers, Hope, Dale and Jodi, Estherville. | MR. AND MRS. FrankDeMoss entertained for Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Skattabo and Andy, Wallingford; Mr. and Mrs. Don Trosin, Brian and Donnie, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Van Bunkofski, Joe and Robbie, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Harold DeMoss and Don, Mr. and Mrs. Jim DeMoss, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Cody, and Jennie, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Swenson, Milford; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Peterson. MR. AND MRS. Gayle Harrison of Sac City entertained relatives at a Christmas dinner Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thornburg and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thornburg and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thornburg and Michelle, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Thornburg and family, Dick Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thornburg and sons, Mrs. Darlene Anderson and family, Glenn Michael, Mrs. Mary Zitterich, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Dewaine Thornburg and daughters, Lake Crystal, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carey, Spirit Lake. MR. AND MRS. Jack Tatman and Marlene, Mr. and Mrs. Doren Tatman and Kim were Christmas dinner guests at the Randy Ohrt home in Vinton. MR. AND MRS. Jack Tatman, Mr. and Mrs. Daren Tatman, and Kim, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatman were Christmas Eve guests at the Marlene Tatman home, Wiiidom.. ."• *- MR. AND MRS. George Lauritson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray were in Story City Monday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Beck and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Beck and Jeff. Fonda Couple to Note A nnivers ary An open house will be held for the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf McManus at their home in Fonda, from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 2. The event will be sponsored by their children, Mr. and Mrs. John (Darla) Menke, and Dennis McManus. Mr. McManus is a former Estherville resident. HERE IT IS AGAIN OUR GREAT SGT. AND Mrs. David Hoien, who have been on leave at the parental Jay Hoien home since Dec. 15, returned to their home at Knob Knoster, Mo., this week, where Sgt. Hoien is stationed with the air force at Whitman Air Force Base. They spent the holiday visiting with his parents and with Mr. and Mrs, Lonnie Smith and his grandmother, ..Mrs. Edna Hoien, at the • Good Samaritan Center and with other friends and relatives. By JAMES F. DONOHUE Associated Press Writer BOSTON CAP) - Meeting the Uv S. women's judo champion is like meeting a cobra. You think, one false move and — WHAM — A judo chop to the neck. "I'm not like that at all," said Jean Fielding, 23, of Somerville. "I'm a very peaceful and loving person, and that's how 1 like to be presented." By day, Miss Fielding is indeed mild mannered, and soft- voiced. It is In the evenings and on weekends that, like a comic strip character, she changes into a costume and becomes Superwoman — a graceful athlete who is women's grand champion of the U. S. Judo Association. "Judo is a sport, not a form of fighting or something a woman should learn for self-defense," Miss Fielding said. "If she learns it for self-defense, she may use it an inappropriate time. For instance, she may use it on a friend who is just being fresh. And he won't be her friend any more. "Judo gives you self-confidence. But most of all, I think it makes you conscious of how dangerous people can be, especially men. That consciousness keeps you out of trouble by keeping you out of dangerous situations. "After all, men are bigger and stronger and they can throw you around very easily. When you work out with men as I do you realize that a woman has no defense against them, except evasion." Miss Fielding's training is Kimmel, Dallman Married at Spencer TERRIL — Craig Dallman and Edna Kimmel of Spencer were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, Dec. 18, at the First English Lutheran Church in Spencer. The Rev. J. L. Murphy performed the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dallman were witnesses for the bridal couple. Craig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dallman Jr. of Terril. To Celebrate SUPERIOR — An open house for Mr. and Mrs. Merl Stillian honoring them for their golden wedding anniversary will be held ^ from 2-4 p.m.. Sunday, Jan. 2, \ at the Superior church parlors. The family requests no gifts. spartan. She practices at the Northeast Judo Club in Somerville at least 15 hours a week and keeps in shape with exercise, wind sprints and a lung- cracking two-mile run three times a week. Women judo athletes compete much like gymnasts. They work in pairs, performing a stylized set of 30 throws and are judged on beauty of movement, correctness of execution, grace and poise. "I live for judo," Miss ield- ing said, and such total dedication leaves little time for a social life. "A man doesn't understand when he calls for a date and I tell him I have to go practice judo instead," she said. "The solution is to date judo players." Sheila Sawyer Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sawyer, Estherville announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheila Rae to Dennis Solmonson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Solmonson, Estherville. No definite wedding date has been set. Couple Married in Belgium THE LOCKHORNS "HAS IT EVER OCCORREP TO YOU THAT I COOK THIS 'SLOP'BECAUSE YOU EAT LIKE A PIG?" Hundreds of pairs of this seasons styles in ladies dress and sporf sh M " "3(0/ Id paU cut WJUIM p *m & select d2ftd torn • Dress Shoes t Sporf Shoes Pant Shoes School Shoes Miss Wonderful I Hush Puppies Fanfares » Glov-ett MEN'S DRESS STYLES & WORK SHOES V* - Vi - % off I • WEYENBERG WOLVERINE RAND /ACME from Spain Regular $29.99 SALE $19.80 ALSO 30% Discount on all ASTERN BOOTS | *N STOCK HOUSE SUPPER men's 2.97 CLOSE- OUT Womens 1.97 Children's Poll- Parrot Active Age - Hush Puppies & $ 3 97 * $6 97 SHEILA SAWYER *L A A A A A A LARRY & CHERYL LUND OWNERS Ella Gertrude Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beck, Lakota, and Sp-4 Alan William Hazelton, Shape, Belgium, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane P. Hazelton, Aitkin, Minn., were united in marriage Nov. 20 at East Chapel Shape, Belgium. The Rev. Fred Cottriel performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Esther Marshall was organist and Mrs. Kenneth Hollingsworth was soloist. The bride was attired in a floor-length silk organza empire style gown with an A-line skirt. The gown was fashioned with a Open House for Breuers Sunday An open house will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday Jan. 2 at St. Mary's Center Armstrong for the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Denis Breuer of Armstrong. The event will be sponsored by their family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim (LeAnn) Larson and family, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Dean (Denise) Barrett and family, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Breuer, and family, Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Breuer, Armstrong, and Randy, Debbie, Gregg, Scott and Lisa at home. The Breuers were married Dec. 31, 1946 at Ashton. Senior Citizens Given Yule Gifts Senior Citizens were surprised Thursday with a gift from Girl Scout Troop 291 when they met for their regular meeting at Estherville Community Center. Gifts of cookies and a decorated Christmas tree were presented to the Senior Citizens. The girls also sang Christmas Carols. Also favoring the Senior citizens, Monday with a gift of a Christmas tree decorated with homemade decorations, similar to those made by the pioneers, by the 7th grade students of Mrs. Everine Rost's Language Arts Students from Roosevelt School. high neckline, stand-up collar of daisy lace, accented with ribbon. The long organza sleeves featured full flared cuffs trimmed with the same lace. The matching long full length manit- la veil was held in place by a headpiece trimmed with daisies and ribbon. Mrs. Ronald Freer, the bride's only attendant, wore a pink street- length empire style dress with long sleeves. The bridegroom's . attendant was Sp-4 Ronald Freer. Ushers were Sp-5 Philip House and Paul Lombardo. A reception following the ceremony was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Marshall of Shape, Belgium.. The couple honeymooned In Paris, France. The bride was graduated from Ledyard High School in 1968 and attended ELCC in Estherville as. aLPN. Sp/4 and Mrs. Alan Hazelton MILLER'S ReSale Burt, Iowa 50522 End of season half price sale begins Jan. 3, 1972. Hours 10 A.M.-9 P.M. Nearly every item in the store reduced 50 per cent. Hours 10-5 Tues. - Sat. 10-9 Mon. Burt, Iowa, , 50522. Phone 295-2967. 3V4 miles north from Jet. 18 & 169. 1 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA .ESTHERVILLE. YEAR END CLEARANCE Coronado ' STEREO CONSOLE AM-FM Radlo-4Speed Record Changer 95 Reg. $129.95' Coronado-15 1 SIDE BY SIDE REFRIG.-FREEZER Frost Free 289'i Remaining Stock SNOW TIRES 20* Remaining Stock ICE SKATES Reduced TOSTERS-MIXERS-BLENDERS COFFEE MAKERS-CAN OPENERS HAIR CURLERS-ELECTRIC PANS All Reduced 9x12 Asst. Patterns LINOLEUM 6 49 Each Auto Stereo Tape Players From 88 Values to $129.95 Lounge Chairs 44 5o Eureka Upright Vacuum Cleaner Reg. $44.95 For Winter Safety ICE MELTER 10 Lb. * 29 Bag I Each Bird Feeders 97* Windshield Washer ANTI-FREEZE GAL. 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