Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 11, 1972 · Page 5
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 11, 1972
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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., JAN. 11, 1972 Pag«~& Students Work with Mental Health Patients Theresa Boever, Estherville; Jerry Becker, Pocahontas, Vickie Frans, Spencer, and Rod Clarken, Greenville, recently told of their experience to a group of women at Trinity Lutheran Church. Outlook on Life Changed Four Iowa Lakes Community College students, who spent the fall quarter at Cherokee participating in an educational program arranged jointly by the college and the Mental Health Institute, presented a program Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran Church. Women of Trinity Lutheran Church were hosts at ttie guest night, to which women of the area were invited. The students, Theresa Boever, Estherville; Jerry Becker, Pocahontas; Vickie Frans, Spencer; and Rod Clarken, Greenville, told of their experiences in Cherokee working with patients and related how the experience has affected their personal lives and decisions they are making in the selection of life vocations. The two girls said that they had planned to major in psychiatry but, after working with the mental patients, decided they would prefer to concentrate on social work. They explained that, while psychiatry is necessary, they realized that they could be most effective with a less scientific and more personalized approach. They decided their best contribution could be on a person-to-person, interaction basis. The educational program at Cherokee was a new program designed to combine independent study with first-hand experience in caring for the needs of people with mental disorders. The Iowa Lakes students worked in such areas as activity therapy, occupational therapy, and the alcholic unit. While they were living at Cherokee in dorm­ itory facilities provided for them, the students pursued additional college courses through independent study. The four students were among 21 from northwest Iowa who participated in the cooperative program, all of whom are interested in the mental health field and in areas such as social work, clinical psychology, and psychiatry. The Iowa Lakes Community College program was offered by the psychology and education departments and was supervised by Dale Green and Dennis Hageman. The program is also being offered during the current quarter. LOCKHORNS Bunnell Man Weds North Dakota Bride Lorraine Marie Baumann, Monango, N. D., became the bride of Mark Michael Ziemer, Dunnell, Dec. 27, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Monango. The bride's father, the Rev. E. T. Baumann, officiated at the wedding. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Grace Ziemer and Walter Ziemer, both of Dunnell, Minn., and the Baumanns live at Monango. Loren Baumann gave his sister in marriage. The bride wore a long, creamy white satin gown, fashioned with a scoop neck, long fitted sleeves, high fashion waist and softly gathered column skirt. Borealis sets and brilliants encircled the waist, ending with a satin bow in back. The cuffs were of white mink. A long veil fell from a came- lot cap trimmed in white mink and borealis sets. The bridal bouquet was of white roses with holly. Her jewelry was a necklace of three small pearls and pearl earrings, gift of the bridegroom. The bride's attendants wore Identical red velvet gowns with fitted sleeves and empire waists, accented with fur collars and fur muffs with one red rose, encircled by holly. Matron of honor was Mrs. Kay Kreuger, Morris, Minn., niece of the bride; bridesmaids were Mrs. James Hazel, Denver, Colo., a sister of the bride, and Mrs. Terry Campbell, Spencer, a niece. Flower girls, Susan Hazel, Denver, a niece, and Lisa Ziemer of Dunnell, a cousin of the bridegroom, wore long red velvet gowns with long, puffed sleeves and flouncy lace collars and red velvet ribbons in their hair. They carried baskets of rose petals. Mrs. Dan Johnson, Spencer, a niece of the bride, was organist, and singers were Mrs. David Knudtson, Northfield, Minn., an aunt, and Mrs. Berniece Olson, Tioga, N. D., a sister. Karen Ziemer, Dunnell, a cousin of the bridegroom, was in charge of the guest book. The bridegroom is a Sp. 4 and was home on a 15-day furlough after which he and his bride planned to go to Germany to live in an apartment near Aachen. Many Dunnell relatives drove to Monango for the wedding. "WHEW I WA6 VOOMG I WAMTEP TO MARRY IN THE WORST WAV. ANC? THAT'S HOW I MARRIEP — •IN THE WORST WAY!" Thank You... .. .to our many new friends in Estherville, Emmet County and the surrounding area for the warm "southern hospitality" style reception you have given us. We hope you weren't inconvenienced too much during those first hectic days after we opened. Response to our southern style cooking was over-whelming. We are pleased to say that our counter service is now as quick and efficient as our chicken is "finger-lickin good." STOP IN SOON! COL SANDiRS MCIH Kmtwkij fried A^tan ® OPEN SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Phone 362-5351 Estherville, Iowa "it's finger Take the time to shop every department. Bargains everywhere you look. 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