Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 18, 1972 · Page 6
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Officers Installed Past Worthy Advisor Eileen Ross, Installing Marshall of Rainbow Assembly No. 89, installed new officers in exercises held Sunday evening at Masonic Temple. Installed were (left to right) Ruth Hiveley, Faith; Lori Weaver, Charity; Diane Forsyth, Worthy Advisor; Nancy Hendrickson, Worthy Advisor, and Shari Sawyer, Hope. (Daily News photo by Chuck Ostheimer) Rainbow Girls Installed Diane Forsyth was installed Sunday as Worthy Advisor of Rainbow Assembly No. 89 at a meeting held in the Masonic Tern-, pie. The new officers were installed by Past Worthy Advisor, Eileen Ross; Installing Marshall, Debra Willey; Installing Chaplain, Coteen Carlson; Installing Recorder, Debra Pospisil and Installing' Musician, Mrs. A. B. Rosenberger. After Miss Forsyth took her vows at the altar, Kathy Tred- way sang, "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes," accompanied by Susan Lundy. She was then escorted to the East by her father, Gordon Forsyth. Kathy Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christensen, presented a gift from the family. Other officers installed were Nancy Hendrickson, Worthy Associate Advisor; Lori Weaver, Charity; Sherri Sawyer, Hope; Becky Hiveley, Faith; Laura Watson, Drill Leader; Carol Stroup, Chaplain; Diane Waterman, Re­ corder; Heide Peterson, Treasurer; Nancy Long, Love; Brenda Dykes, Religion; Terry Martens, Nature; Lori Hamilton, Mortality; Debra Pospisil, Fidelity; Jackie Carlson, Patriotism; Wen- LeRoy Powers Speaks to Group "Environment and Pollution" was the topic given by guest speaker, LeRoy Powers, Es-^ therville, Thursday evening when' the Estherville Jaycee Ettes met with Mrs. Dale Hoffman. Mrs. Doug Campbell served as co-hostess. Eleven members attended. WSCS Group Hears Lesson TERRIL - The United Methodist WSCS group met in the church parlors Jan. 6, with fifteen members present. The lesson was given by Mrs. Ronald Sheldon. Mrs. Donald Dodge led the business meeting with the secretary's report given by Mrs. Anna Croat and the year end financial report given by treasurer, Mrs. Ken Dingel. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. Scott Olson, Mrs. Cordell Nance and Mrs. Jim Opoien. Lois Guild Hosts Group The slate of new officers was introduced when the Lois Guild hosted the first guild meeting of the year Jan. 12 at Immanuel Lutheran Church. New officers are Mrs. James Kirk Jr., president; Mrs. Kenneth ' DeMoss, vice-president; Mrs. Donald Spco, secretary; and Mrs. William Brockman, treasurer. The Rev. R. B. Flentgen had charge of devotions and the Bible lesson was on Romans 1-5. New Officers Installed PETERSBURG - The Union State Line ALCW met Wednesday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Albert Najt and Mrs. Paul Clemenson as hostesses. Mrs. Albert Najt led in devo­ tion. Hymn, "O God Our Help to Ages Past" was sung. The Rev. McCaughan installed new officers. The Sunshine committee had charge of the program. Mrs. L.L. Levell told of the work of the Sunshine committee. A film "Know Do" was shown. Mrs. Arden Hakes told of her trip to Mexico with the Luther Leaguers. The Rev. McCaughan gave a talk on Evangelism; the script for the KICD program was read by Mrs. Levell. Offering meditation was read by Mrs. Linus Smith. VA Hospitals Receive Cash WALLINGFORD — Wallingford Legion Auxiliary donated $25 to four veterans hospitals when they met for their regular meeting Wednesday with 15 members present. The money was sent to the Sioux Falls Veterans Hospital at Sioux Falls, S. D.; the Soldiers HomeatMarshalltownand the two Veterans Hospitals at Des Moines and Knoxville. Mrs. Luverna Anderson, president conducted a Blue Book quiz and also appointed Mrs. Duane Dallman and Mrs. Wallace Brown to write four county schools in regard to scholarships for seniors. The Child Welfare secretary reported that 2083 Butternut coupons were turned in. Hostesses were Mrs. EdStreit and Mrs. Chet Anderson. The door prize went to Mrs. Duane Dallmann. dy Buell, Service; Susan Hamre, Confidential Observer; Karen Waterman, Outer Observer; Cheryl Syverson, Musican; Ann Fagre, Choir Director; Linda Callahan, Assistant Recorder. Mrs. James Reed was installed as the Mother Advisor. Rainbow Dad is Maurice Salyers. The Advisory Board was installed. They were Mrs. Harris Myers, Mrs. John Pospsil, Mrs. Walter Wittenben, Mrs. Gordon Forsyth, Mr. and Mrs. James Callahan, Maurice Oleson, Maurice Salyers and Norman Ohlund. Eileen Ross, outgoing Worthy Advisor received her past Worthy Advisor pin from Nancy Hendrickson. Attendance badges were presented to Wendy Buell, Brenda Dykes and Jackie Carlson. These girls also received prizes for selling Christmas greens. Diane Forsyth was crowned Worthy Advisor while Kathy Tredway sang, "With A Smile and A Song," accompanied by Susan Lundy. Miss Forsyth then explained her theme and her project for the ensuing term. The new Worthy Advisor introduced her family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Forsyth, David and Priscilla. Mrs. Leon Blake gave the benediction. Refreshments were served in the dining room with hostesses, Pam Neppl, Jan Bohnsack, Debbie Norgaard, Susan Lundy, Sherilyn Fry was in charge of the guest book. Dining room hostess was Mrs. James Currell. Sabin Family Honored at Farwell Party A farewell party was held Saturday evening in the Eldon Sabin home, to honor the Sabin family who are moving, to a farm they have purchased in southern Iowa, The Sabin's were presented with a gift of money. The invited guests included. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Don Richard and David, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bauer and Laurie, Mr. and, Mrs. Bob Reutter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Herum, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Twito, Terry, Cindy, and Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Voight, Mr. and Mrs. Trygve Larsen, Don and Earl Sidles, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Brinkman, Mr. and Mrs. John Blagg, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Torreson, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Rolfson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Henricksen, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Borchers, Pete Albrant, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sykes, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Don Poyzer, Valerie, Jay and Joy. Spencer Couple Wed at Las Vegas Elaine West, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manford McKee, Estherville and Vance Frommie, Spencer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Frommie, McAIester, Okla., were united in marriage Jan. 10 in Las Vegas, Nev. The bride works in the business office of TheNorthwestBell Telephone Co. as a supervisor at Spencer and her husband is Field Engineer for Rolfes Electronics at Boone. The couple are living at 306 E. 4th, Spencer. Open House for Mrs. H. DeWall An open house birthday party for Mrs. H. DeWall will be held from 2-4 p.m. Thursday in the Blue Room of the Gardston Hotel. Mrs. Gerald Love, daughter of Mrs. DeWall cordially invites all friends and relatives of her mother to attend. SCHIMDT FURNITURE SPENCER, IOWA BIG STOCK LIQUIDATION SALE CONTINUES! -STORE HOURS- 9:00 a.m. To 5:00 p.m. MONDAY 9:00 a.m. To 9:30 p.m. Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUBS., JAN. IS, 1972 Page 6 Newly weds Purchase Home Mr. and Mrs. John Knode Jr. purchased and moved into the Andre house at 721 N. 10th St. Mr, and Mrs. Knode were married Sunday at First Presbyterian Church at Estherville. MRS. DALE NELSON, Sherburn, gave birth to a daughter Stacie Marie recently at Holy Family Hospital. She and her infant daughter and Laurie, 3, will remain at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Sunde, for a time. MR. AND MRS. Henry Peterson returned to their home at Tampa, Fla., following a visit with her father, William Hiles. MR. AND MRS. MARVIN ARP, Sioux Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Graham, Lake Park, were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tay. MR. AND MRS. W. W. Boggess, Kathy, Linda and Sue were at Melbourne for the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. David Corwin, Cindy and Curt. MR. AND MRS. Roy Rohlin, Estherville returned from a 10- day Caribbean cruise. The cruise began from New York and stops were at St. Thomas, Barbados and Curacoa. The Rohlins attended the National Asphalt Con- Mary Johnson Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Mary Johnson, bride-elect of David Johansen, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Jan. 12 at the Ward Smith home. Mrs. Kenneth Rienhardt and Mrs. Bob Tirevold were co- hostesses. Corsages were presented to the honored guest, her mother, Mrs. Bob Johnson, and her fiance's mother, Mrs. Harold Johansen. Entertainment was contest games. Prizes were won by Mrs. Harold Johansen and Mrs. Henry Klein. A reading was presented by Mrs. Kenneth Rienhardt. The gift table was decorated in the bride's chosen colors of deep pink and white. Streamers of crepe paper and wedding bells and a bride and groom were centered around the gift table. Jane Johansen, sister of the bridegroom-to-be, poured coffee. Invited guests included Mary Johnson, Mrs. Bob Johnson and Ann, Mrs. Harold Johansen and Jane, Mrs. Cyril Fisher, Mrs. Marvin Linge, Mrs. Roger Gretchen, Mrs. Paul Love, Mrs. Gene Fahlenkamp, Mrs. Joe Moor- berg, Connie Heerde, Mrs.Augie Von Behren, MKS. Mike Dalen, Mrs. Larry Jensen, Mrs. Frank Huntley, Sherry Krier, Mrs. Jim Anderson and Jason, Mrs. Carl Loeschen, Barbara Tirevold, Mrs. Edward Kroenke, Mrs. Henry Kroenke, Mrs. Marvin Hildreth, Mrs. Tony Stam, Mrs. Fritz Nauss, Mrs. Lauren De Vore, Mrs. Jim De Vore, Mrs. Gerald Pluth, Mrs. WilliardBea­ ver, Mrs. Ozzie Myhre, Mrs. Stan Myhre, Agnes Myhre, Mrs. Elmer Henningsen, Mrs. Cheryl Hovey. Also Mrs. Guy Eick, Mrs. Maurice Broadie, Sue and Kay, Mrs. Merle Mustard, Mrs. Don Sherling, Mrs. Daryle Madison, Mrs. Henry Klein, Mrs, Walter Klein, Mrs. Gerald Love, Mrs. Dick Gretchen, Mrs. John Logan, Mrs. Virgil Knox, Mrs. Bob Levell and Judy, Mrs. Jeff Thiesen and Mrs. Jon Love. Mary Johnson and David Johansen will be getting married Jan. 29. vention aboard the Queen Elizabeth H, the first time in history that a convention of this size has been held aboard a ship. The Rohlins spent three days in New York prior to the cruise. MRS. VIOLET STARKEY returned Sunday from a two-week vacation. She was in Moline, Hi., visiting with a sister, Mrs. Willie Tindal, and also with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starkey and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starkey and family and at Davenport she visited with Mr. and Mrs. William Condon. Women Install New Officers SUPERIOR - Installation of officers was held when the Superior Women's Society of Christian Service met at the H. D. Griffee home Jan. 13. Eleven members, the Rev. Williams and one guest, Mrs. Charles Leupold were present to hear Mrs. Kenneth Gilmore give the prayer and self denial program. Mrs. Kenneth installed the new officers for this year who are Mrs. Robert Miner, president; Mrs. Kenneth Gilmore, vice president; Mrs. H. D. Griffee, secretary; and Mrs. Harold Case, treasurer. Mrs. Charles Leupold became a member of the society. To remove onion and garlic odors from cutting boards and wooden bowls, wash with a paste of baking soda and water, then rinse and dry. 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