Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 5, 1972 · Page 2
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'Ztcipfiy Hew Social Page 1971 in Review April Confetti Pop Corn Balls. . . x h cup margarine or butter 4 cups of miniature marshmallows or 40 regular size marshmallows 5 cups popped corn. Follow these easy steps.— Melt margarine or butter in a 3-quart saucepan. Add marshmallows and cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until marshmallows melt and mixture is very syrupy. Remove from the heat. Add 1 cup of multi-colored gumdrops and 5 cups of unsalted popped corn. Stir until well coated. Form into balls and store each in a sandwich bag, seal to keep fresh. Makes a delicious TV treat. (Daily News Photo by Dorothy Petersen) Mrs. Anderson Given Shower Joan Jurrens Anderson was honored recently at a miscellaneous shower hosted by Mrs. Charles Whitacre, Becky and Marie. Attending were Mrs. G. 0. St. Lawrence, Mrs. Ed Schubert, Mrs. Don Schubert and Christine, m Mrs. Alice Doughty, Mrs. Evelyn Dahl, Mrs. Ann Brosh and Ardell, Mrs. Fred Fitzgerald, Carol and Kay Lynn, Mrs. Archie Gemmil, Mrs. George Anderson, Sr., Mrs. Virgil Frlesner, Mrs. Harry Anderson, Mrs. Dennis Lukins, Debbie McManness, Judy McQuown, Mrs. Tom Nelsen and Joy Lynn, Mrs. Levi Severson, Mrs. Dale Reed, Mrs. Don Jur­ rens, Jean, June, Julie and Jill, and Mrs. Nels Anderson. Those sending gifts but not able to attend were Mrs. Willard Friesner, Edith Brosh, Jean Mc­ Manness, Marlene Moore, Mrs. Leland McQuown, Connie, Nancy, Peggy and Kathy, Mrs. Simon Frey, Joan Smith, Mrs. Joel Jurrens and Rosemary Carr. CUB SCOUT PACK 148 named Tim Hendrickson as champion of 1971 Pinewood Derby Race held at Gruver Presbyterian. THREE THOUSAND, two-hundred thirty-one cookies were baked recently by members of Mrs. Linda Devitt's FHA Chapter from Estherville Junior High School. Cookies were delivered to residents of Woodyard Home near Des Moines. TERMED a huge success was "Shower of Fashions" a style show and tea presented by Graettinger Women's Club in cooperation with Graettinger High School Economics Department, April 5. THE ANNUAL Emmet County 4- H Club Mother-Daughter banquet was held June 19, in the all-purpose room of the Armstrong High School. TEN young people were confirmed at Terril Immanuel Lutheran Church. The Rev. Reuben L. Ehlen officiated at the Palm Sunday service. MRS. LOREN NELSON, Graettinger correspondent for the Estherville Daily News, has been accepted for membership to the National Federation of Press- women, Inc. The press card presented her will enable her to cover news stories nationwide. REDEEMER LUTHERAN Church of Estherville confirmed 18 members Palm Sunday. The Rev. Robert Fitzgerald officiated. ESTHERVILLE GARDEN CLUB heard Leonard Bendixen and Wayne King, members of the park board, explain future plans for city park beautif ication. DISTRICT 1 Wa-tan-ye met at the Gardston Hotel with the local Estherville Wa-tan-ye as hostesses. MRS. BOB GLENN, Estherville, designed and made a flag for the Estherville Gold Star Mother organization of which she is a member. May Estherville Woman Writes Cook Book SUSAN BUNCE Susan Bunce To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Fred M, Bunce, Ames, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Jo, to David J. Fraser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fraser, Storm Lake. Miss Bunce Is a 1968 graduate of Ames High School and a 1971 graduate of Morningside College, Sioux City. She is affiliated with Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. Fraser is a 1967 graduate of Estherville High School, and a 1971 graduate of Morningside College. He was affiliated with Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. He Is employed by the Sundstrand Corp. in Ames. No date has been set for the wedding. Madame M. A. d' Amjou, (Mrs. Rudolph Abel), 403 1st Ave. N., Estherville, has written a cook book, "The Amatory Cook," Superior Couple Celebrate Sunday SUPERIOR — An open house for the silver wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kollasch will be held at their home at Superior from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday Jan. 9. The event will be hosted by the family. Bridal Shower Set for Jan. 8 RINGSTED — An open house miscellaneous bridal shower will be held for Jan Wiley bride-elect of Jim Lindell, 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8 at Presbyterian Lutheran Church in Ringsted. "There's a whole new phenomenon of the loyalty of women to criminals. But I wonder how true it is that girls like a bad kind of man. It's part of a self-destructive urge. The losers are usually nicer people. But a woman will go for a man who'll be nice, friendly but not exciting, then some rat will come along and she'll fall for him."— Germaine Greer, author of "The Female Eunuch," in an interview. which is scheduled to be published, Feb. 14. In her cook book the Madame has put together episodes from a monthly column which she writes for the New York ABEL magazine. Recipes are written for the sophisticated single woman of all ages who wish to invite a favorite partner to dine. "Her love of life and its refinements — inherited from her French and Prussian aristocratic ancestors, and tempered by the terrible war years in Nazi Germany — manifests itself not only in her unique writings and paintings, but also in her home and family. "Abandoning a brilliant career in Berlin in favor of a husband and subsequently three sons, she nevertheless managed to cling to her rich heritage in arts as well as having her feet ever firmly planted in the present," quotes her son, Peter M. Abel, from the forward in the cookbook. Peter is the editor-publisher of the ABEL magazine in which his mother's columns are published. Who Names Recipes? BY JUNE STEINBORN, Extension Home Economist Emmet and Dickinson Counties 1 give up — who gives these names to recipes? But it's a good South Dakota recipe — well vouched for: YANKEE DOODLE CASSEROLE 2 tablespoon onions 2 tablespoon green pepper 2 tablespoon butter Fry lightly. 2 cups diced wieners Vs teaspoon curry powder x k teaspoon salt 1 can Cream of Chicken soup 2 cups cooked noodles % cup grated cheese. 1 Mix. Bake 45 minutes at 350 degrees. THE L0CKH0RNS "HE STUMBLEP OVER A LARGE, CUMBERSOME OBJECT HIS OTHER FOOT." CLEARANCE SALE ONE DAY ONLY THURSDAY, JANUARY 6th Odds & Ends Close-Out, First Come-First Served No Exchanges Or Returns On These Close-Outs 2 Only— Brand New 1971 Models NECCHI HEADS 53500 One Only Brand New 1971 Model DELUXE WHITE ZI6 ZAG $48oo One Only Dressmaker ZIG ZAG PORTABLE $3300 Two Only Sets of Each 50 STEREO RECORDS « $26 00 One Only- With AM-FM Radio STEREO CASSETTE ' h °"°° 55900 FLOOR DEMONSTRATORS and TRADE-INS on SEWING MACHINES ORGANS-PIANOS-STEREOS *AII Open Stock Is Priced For Quick Sale NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED *A(I Trade-ins Priced For Quick Sale We Are Going To Make Every Effort To Start With All Fresh Stock North Iowa Sewing Machine Center 715 CENTRAL-ESTHERVILLE-PHONE 362-3320 Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 5, 1972 Page 2 Women Home from California MR. AND MRS. William Schmidt, Ceylon, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary May 9th at an open house at St. John's Lutheran Church. MRS. BEVERLY CLARK was chosen Girl of the Year during a formal dinner meeting of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held Friday at the Gardston Hotel. ONE HUNDRED fifteen women from Estherville Golf and Country Club with their guests were entertained at a dessert luncheon, style show and afternoon of bridge Tuesday atthe Club House. r /OL CLARK, 80, was honored at a surprise birthday party hosted by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Merlyn Clark at Wallingford. TWENTY Estherville couples participated in the annual Bridge- O-Rama held to support the fellowship program of the local branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). MRS. DON KIRCHNER, Gruver, was selected Rural Homemaker for Emmet County during the year of 1971. Selection was made by Mrs. June Steinborn, Emmet and Dickinson County Home Economist along with her committee. June TEN PIANO pupils of Mrs. O. T. Manthe appeared in a recital at the Manthe home Tuesday. Refreshments were served to the parents and guests by the hostess. THE CHILDREN'S Summer Reading program at Estherville Public Library began June 7. Theme for the summer program was "Modern American Explorer." THE REV. W. H. Discher, retiring minister of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Estherville, was honored at a party given by members of the congregation. MRS. ED J. OLSON, Estherville, a grandmother, completed the GED tests and was awarded a High School Equivalency Certificate through ILCC, the adult education division, Friday. APPROXIMATELY 40 members and delegates were present for Service Star Legion State convention held at St. Patrick's School June 7, 8, and 9. The event was hosted by the Estherville organization. MEMBERS of the Fidelias Class of First Presbyterian Church voted to disband and meet only on a social basis. The first record of the class was dated October 1932. MRS. CHRIS SPOO, 80, Gruver was honored at a potluck dinner celebrating her 80th birthday June 20 at Gruver. Friends and relatives were in attendance. MAYME SCHAPER and Ivadell Ross have returned from California where they took a Cartan Tournament of Roses Tour, which included Disneyland, Rose Parade and Rose Bowl game. They also visited Grauman's Chinese Theatre, The Queen Mary, Farmers Market, Wax Museum and other points of interest around the Hollywood, Long Beach and Pasadena area. MRS. ROY THRUSH is hospitalized at Methodist Hospital, 300 West Huntington Drive, Arcadia, Calif., 91006, Room 311B, where she toad surgery Dec. 26. MR. AND MRS. Conrad Engebretson and family, Minneapolis, were weekend guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Engebretson. MR. AND MRS. Kevin Clark, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cervera, Fairmont; Mrs. Joe F. Cervera Jr., Aimee, Napa, Calif., were holiday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cervera and family in Estherville. Mrs. Joe Cevera is a sister of Mrs. Don Johnson of this city. Mrs. Cevera went on to Manson to spend some time with her parents after leaving Estherville. JIM REED will take his father, Harold Reed to Rochester this week for a check up and observation. MR. AND MRS. HARLEY Higley, Ware, were guests Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shirley. MR. AND MRS. SAM Farmer, Terril, had as New Year's Day guests Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Juhl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jesperson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Herbrandson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lux and family, Hartley; Mrs. John Juhl and Mrs. Bertha Larson. MR. AND MRS. Len Erickson of Many Farms, Ariz., left Saturday after spending two weeks over the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Andresen and Andy, Terril. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sidles and Natalie of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry McBain and boys of Sheffield, Bill Andresen, Doug and Rick, Bonnie Schroeder and children, all of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mattiesen and boys of Wallingford and the Erick- sons were all Christmas Day guests in the Andresen home. Ringsted Couple Feted At Anniversary Party A big roast that gives double duty is a good buy, especially during the holiday season. Any leftover from a special dinner can be sliced thin, spread with a homemade or commercial dip or spread, rolled up, secured with a small pick and arranged on lettuce for luncheon service. Or secure the rolled slices with several picks and cut each roll in two or three segments and serve as appetizers. RINGSTED - St. Paul's Lutheran Church Women of Ringsted, held open house in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Harold L. Andersen for their silver wedding anniversary Dec. 29. Ruth Ann Andersen had charge of the guest book where 125 guests, including out-of-town guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Horwath, of Mankato, Minn., were registerd. Mrs. H. Frank Andersen poured punch. A short program was presented by the Andersen children: Frank and his wife, Jan, of Luther College, Decorah, Mary, of Stout State University, Menomonie, Wis., Mark and Ruth, both at home. $ A silver wedding anniversary bouquet of red carnations and white chrysanthemums centered the coffee table where the honor' ed. couple's chdsen colons of rfed and green were carried out in the decorations. Mrs. Merven Niel­ sen and Mary Andersen poured coffee. The congregationpresentedthe Rev. and Mrs. Andersen with an electric mixer and a cash gift. THE REV. AND MRS. Lloyd Jacobsen and family returned from the Cities Monday evening following a four-day visit. They visited with her sister Mary Mattson, of Minneapolis. MRS. LILLIAN MAUCK returned to Estherville Tuesday evening following a visit at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mauck, Burlingame, Calif. She was helping care for a new granddaughter, Anna Marie. She also visited with a sister, Mrs. John Crandell, Salinas, Calif. More Meat Needed Strong demand for meat products is expected throughout the rest of this decade. By 1980, capita consumption of beef is expected to increase 17 pounds, pushing the total figure to 130 pounds of beef per person. This anticipated increase will require an additional 11 to 12 million more head of cattle. There will also be an expanded market for hogs in order to keep up with the expected U. S. population figure of 250 million. Current projections Indicate a need for 100 to ISO million head of hogs by 1980. SALE CONTINUES SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT SAVINGS UP TO Featuring the Newest Look in Fabrics 715 Central Phone 362-3320 Estherville GROCERY I MARKET OPEN 7. A.M.-6:30 P.M. 720 N. 6th - PH. 362-3564 DAILY CLOSED SUNDAYS Prices Good Thurs., Fri., Sat. - Jan. 6, 7, 8. We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities FREE GROCERY DELIVERY On Any Grocery Order Exceeding $5.00 PHONE 362-3564 OR 362-3565 PORK CHOPS LOIN CHOPS CENTER CUT RIB END 73$ 63$ 53* U.S. NO. 1 RED CLOVER FARM ICE CREAM All Flavors WEST PAC FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 4 $ |.00 JUST GRAND FACIAL TISSUES 5 $ 1.00

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