Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 13, 1972 · Page 2
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Des Moines Couple Wed in Home Church Stephanie Linda Blinkmann of Des Moines became the bride of Richard Alan Jacobsen, also of Des Moines, when the couple was married Dec. 4, at 8:30 p.m. •t Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church south of Gruver. Pastor L. Mork officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Blinkmann of Wallingford, and Mr. Jacobsen's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice P. Jacobsen of Graettinger. Mrs. Ralph Johnson of Estherville, organist, accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Virgil West of Wallingf ord. The bride, escorted down the aisle by her father, wore a gown of white brocaded satin with empire waist, high lace-topped neckline, and a floor-length veil of lace-trimmed silk with a sequin and pearl-studded tiara. Her bouquet was of baby white chrysanthemums centered with a purple orchid. Mrs. Keith Schnell, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and wore a floor-length lace- trimmed purple satin gown and a pearl and rhinestone tiara with purple illusion net. Other attendants, Mrs. Charles Shellmeyer of Algona and Candy Hart of Spencer, had dresses like that worn by Mrs. Schnell. Attending the bridegroom were Clifford Kelly, best man; groomsmen Dennis Jacobsen of Graettinger, a brother of the bridegroom, and Mickey Stuart ofEm- metsburg. Flower girl was Sandra Jacobsen of Graettinger, and ring bearer was Keith Iverson of Wallingford. Ushers were Richard Blinkmann, Ottumwa, Raymond Blink- Jan Wiley At Bridal Personal Mention Ova Browns to Live At Orlando, Florida • I v T M ft §r |% i (• ft* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jacobsen RINGSTED — Jan Wiley was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 8, at the Presbyterian Church. Lori Nelsen registered the friends and relatives attending. Corsages were presented to Jan, her mother, Mrs. John Wiley, her sister, Vicki Woodley, her grandmother, Mrs. Christina Nelsen and her fiance'smoth­ er, Mrs. Iver Lindell of Armstrong. Mrs. Melvin Weisbrod was mistress of ceremonies. Devo Wedding at Ringsted for Local Couple RINGSTED - Mildred Willman and Stanley Jorgensen were united in marriage on New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, at the St. John's Lutheran Church with the Rev. Jerome Egel officiating. Ann Harvey of Gruver attended her sister as maid of honor and Leo Jorgensen attended his brother as best man. Mrs. Leroy Hansen was organist. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church basement for the couples' children and close relatives. The Jorgensens went on a short trip and are now at home in Ringsted. Couple Wed In California RINGSTED — Announcements have been received of the marriage of Mrs. Elva V. Christiansen of Ringsted, to Edward A. Jochumsen of Waterloo, at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Hacienda Heights, Calif., Jan. 8, 1972, at 5 :00 p.m. In attendance were the children of the couple, Mrs. Larry Hilgendorf of Fort Dodge, the Kenneth Balzhiser family of Hacienda Heights, Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Jochumsen, Jr. of Laramie, Wyo., and Mrs. Harold Wright of Oak Park, 111. Upon return from a cruise, the couple will be inMesa, Ariz., until spring. mann, Wallingf ord, Wesley Weimer and Steven Keo, Des Moines. Mrs. Christina Vahldieck of Wallingford, grandmother of the bride, was a special guest. Friends helping with the wedding, and reception were Colleen Jones, Mrs. Heidecker, Donna Rolfson, Jean Johnson, DoryBac- carreza, Mrs. William Schrader, Mrs. Robert Hiller, Mrs. Honored Shower tions were given by Mrs. William J. Hansen and readings by Marsha Langerman, Joleen Wiseman and Mrs. Steven Johnson. Mrs. Lyle Lindell sang two numbers, "Wedding of Jack and Jill" and "May Each Day," and was accompanied by Mrs. Gene Osted- gaard. A skit was given by kindergarten girls, "Reflections of Five Stages of Jan's Life Until Now." The gift table centerpiece was a music staff with the notes, "Here Comes the Bride" in Jan's colors of green and white. Pouring coffee at the luncheon table was Jan's aunt, Mrs. Harvey Nelsen of Armstrong. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Reed, Mrs. Lester Polzin, Mrs. Irene Petersen, Mrs. Mabel Jensen, Mrs. Ray Christiansen, Mrs. Jerome Henricksen, Mrs. Nor- Jerome Henricksen, Mrs. Norman Nelsen, Mrs. Harold Holte, Mrs. Lloyd Nelsen, Mrs. Ray Fry, Mrs. Dwight Wiseman, Mrs. Louie Maas, Mrs. Art Kruse, Mrs, William J. Hansen, Mrs. Melvin Weisbrod, Mrs. Stanley Jensen, Mrs. Harland Kramer, Mrs. Gene Ostedgaard, Mrs. Harold Larsen, Mrs. Wayne McKay, Elsie Long, Mrs. Carl Knapp, and Mrs. Harlan Peterson. Jan and Jim Lindell will be married on Saturday, Jan. 15. Merry Maids Plan Party At Meeting Estherville Merry Maids 4-H club are planning a sledding party. It was discussed at the club's meeting Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. in the home of Teri, Kathy, and Lisa Bose. Sharon Lepird, president, called the meeting to order and in answer to roll call, each of the 12 members told her favorite color. Enrollment project cards were filled out. Teri Bose demonstrated how to put in a zipper; Kathy Bose gave a talk on good posture, and Mrs. Doyle gave a demonstration on how to make a headband. For recreation Mrs. Lepird showed how to do Macrame. TTie hostesses and their mother served lunch. r LINDSAY Lindsay Soft Water Algona, Iowa GARY L. NASH ESTHERVILLE, IOWA PH. 362-3107 *SALES *RENTALS *SALT DELIVERY *WATER ANALYSIS *RUST REMOVAL *CHL0RINATI0N *IR0N FREE SYSTEMS •SERVICE ON ALL BRANDS , Don Iverson, Mrs. Lowell Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Roger BirIt- land, Brenda Blinkmann, Susan Jacobson, Jean and Jan Lewis, Michelle West, Glen Blinkmann and Lowell Jacobson, Jr. The couple are 1970 graduates of Graettinger High School. Mrs. Jacobsen is a graduate of Iowa Lakes Community College atEm- metsburg and now is employed with the Bankers Life Insurance Company of Des Moines. Mr. Jacobsen is a student at United Electronics Institute, Des Moines and is employed by Pepsi Cola Bottling Company in Des Moines. They are at home at 2905 Cottage Grove, Apr. 4, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Brown left tor Orlando, Fla., today where they plan to make their home. THE BEV. FRED SAWYER returned home Tuesday evening from Des Moines where he had attended a state board meeting. MRS. RALPH MATHESON left yesterday for her home at Roland. She had been with her mother, Mrs. Cora Bombarger, who had been ill and in Holy Family Hospital. MRS. BRYANT BOOTH JR. entertained Wednesday evening at her home for a surprise birthday party for her husband. Atr tending were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ridout. MR. AND MRS. Carl Matheson returned from Solon Springs, Wis., where they attended the funeral of Arthur Baaken, Mrs. Matheson's brother. Mrs. Helen Frank, sister of the former Mrs. Baaken, accompanied mem to the funeral. Mrs. Baaken was a former Handeland girl of Estherville. MRS. KENNETH STEVESON and her sister, Mrs. Mildred Mathern, returned home Sunday from a visit to California. They visited with Mrs. Steveson's daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Don Barber and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hassel and family at Fullerton, Calif. Mrs. Mathern fell while she was on vacation and broke a bone in her foot. HAROLD REED Is a patient at Methodist Hospital at Rochester, Minn. He is in room 712. Sun Bonnet Club Studies Black Light RINGSTED — The Sun Bonnet Garden Club met Jan. 5 at the G. J. Jensvold home at Emmetsburg at a 1:30 p.m. dessert luncheon with Mrs. Henry Looft as co-hostess. The new president, Mrs. R. A. Busch, called the meeting to order. Roll call "Something I Enjoy Doing When Snowed In," was answered by eight members. Mrs. Busch gave a preview of 1972's programs and projects. Mrs. Jensvold was in charge of a lesson on light, "Using Black Light to Emphasize Its Importance in Art." She also showed some dry arrangements. The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Austin Fretty. This will be a workshop meeting on "Collage." Members are to bring materials which they plan to use and something for the opportunity sale. Roll call will be "Long, Long Ago." CWF Groups Meet CWF group meetings of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) met recently with the subject topic "Jonah the Man of Misplaced Concern." The Dawson night group met with Mrs. Wayne Wilton Monday evening. Co-hostesses were Mary and Martina Peterson and seventeen members were in attendance. Mrs. George Dawson presented the lesson and devotions were given by Mrs. Roger Johnson. The day groups met Wednesday afternoon. The Lair group met with Mrs. Clarence Enderson with 10 members and two guests present. Mrs. Dan Scott presented the lesson and Mrs. Arnold Eisenhower had , charge of devotions. The Frlck group met with Mrs. John Eisebrand with 11 members in attendance. Mrs. Fred Sawyer presented the lesson and Mrs. Ethel Richard led in devotions. The Andre group met with Mrs. Earl Ostheimer with seven members present. Mrs. Waldo Brink presented the lesson and Mrs. Arnold Eisenhower had charge of devotions. Holmbergs Honored on Anniversary TERRIL — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holmberg, Spencer were honored at a 45th wedding anniversary open house on Jan. 9, from 2-4 o'clock at the community room in the Farmers Bank. The couple 's anniversary was on Jan. 1. Hosts for the occasion were the couple 's children and families, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Holmberg, Richard and Jeanette of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. MIlo Myers, Nancy, Mona and Carolyn, Terril. Blue and white corsages and boutonnieres were presented to the honored couple, and to the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hansen, Spencer, who served as attendants for the wedding 45 years ago. Approximately 115 guests were present to extend best wishes to the Holmbergs. Guests came from Storm Lake, Spirit Lake, Terril, Dickens, Ruthven, Webb, Rossie, Greenville, Spencer, Everly, Marathon and Linn Grove. A congratulatory phone call was received by the honored couple from a grandson, Richard, who is a student at UNI at Cedar Falls and was unable to attend. The couple received many cards, gifts and flowers. Decorations in the hall were in blue and white with the serving table covered in white with a blue net overlay. A floral centerpiece was flanked on each side by blue tapers with the colors carried through in the printed napkins and mints. As guests were served, the cake was cut by Mrs. Cecelia Lenhart, Spencer. Mrs. Elmer Myers, Ruthven presided at the coffee service and punch was dipped by Mrs. Vera Speth, Spencer. Mrs. Roy Beck assisted in the kitchen. Waitresses were the granddaughters, Nancy and Mona Myers and Jeanette Holmberg. Carolyn Myers was seated at the guest book. The gift table, covered with a blue cloth, was decorated with a yellow mum plant, a gift from Richard and Jeannette. A program was presented at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Mark Holmberg of Marathon whistled three selections with accompaniment on the accordian by his father. Mrs. Dean Holmberg read an appropriate anniversary poem and the couple's four granddaughters, Nancy, Mona, Carolyn and Jeannette, sang four songs with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Milo Myers. Dean Holmberg thanked the friends and relatives for attending the courtesy in honor of his parents, and the Carl Holm­ bergs also expressed their appreciation. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS. t J4N. 13JLW2 Page 2 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ziemer Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ziemer were married Dec. 27 at Monango, N. D. She is the former Lorraine Baumann of Monango and he is a former Dunnell resident. The couple will live in Aachen, Germany. (Details of the wedding were printed in the Estherville Daily News Jan. 11.) Notice REGISTER NOW FOR DAY AND EVE CLASSES. SEWING INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEN'S WEAR AND LINGERIE, ASK ABOUT THE FREE BOOK OFFER CALL TODAY 362-3320 Featuring the Newest Look in Fabrics 715 Central Phone 362-3320 Esthervil 6-Piece Place Setting in Community Stainless By ONEIDA *6.99 Available In these patterns: 1 THE L0CKH0RNS © 'THINK 5HE- N0&P6 A TONGOP TRANSPLANT?' Christensen Jewelers 618 Central, Estherville, Iowa Rev. and Mrs. Paul L. Wiegman New Trinity Pastor Bringing Bride Here Linda Joy Tobey and the Rev. Paul L. Wiegman, both of North Platte, Neb., were married Dec. 28 in the First Evangelical Lutheran Church of North Platte. The Rev. and Mrs. Wiegman will move to Estherville after Feb. 1 where the Rev. Wiegman will be pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Tobey of North Platte and Mrs.Paul Wiegman and the late Rev. Paul Wiegman of Fremont, Neb. Dr. Reuben T. Swanson, President of Nebraska Synod (L. C.A.) and Dr. John N. Slice, Pastor of First Lutheran Church of North Platte, officiated at the 4 o'clock double-ring ceremony. The bride designed and fashioned her floor-length gown of candlelight velvet. Mongolian lamb and pearl teardrop trim added interest to the soft simplicity. Tropicana Sweetheart roses with duckling-blue accents were arranged on her muff of the Mongolian lamb. The bride is a graduate of the University of Nebraska with a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics Education. The bridegroom is presently Assistant Pastor of First Lutheran Church. NOW IN ESTHERVILLE "it's ftog* r „ ® lickin' good" MENU (Save This Menu For Future Reference) SNACK BOX 2 pieces chicken Potatoes, gravy, roll .95 REGULAR DINNER BOX 3 pieces chicken, potatoes ^ Gravy, slaw, roll ^ "§J W JUMBO DINNER "BOX 5 pieces chicken, potatoes Gravy, slaw, roll THRIFT BOX 9 pieces "finger licken good chicken" $195 15 pieces chicken pint gravy, 6 rolls BARREL 21 pieces "finger licken good" chicken 50 FAMILY BUCKET $^ $ 5 50 Beef & Horn Sandwiches .69 Thin sliced choice beef or ham piled high on a large sesame seed bun - Piping hot and very delicious. Store Hours: OPEN SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday Phone 362-5351 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Estherville, Iowa !We Cater PHONE 362-5351

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