Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 27, 1972 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1972
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Mrs. Birkland Hosts Club Research Shows ESTHEgVnXE DAILY NEWS, THURS., JAN. 27.1972 ; Page 2 RINGSTED — Seven members were present when Mrs. Lloyd Birkland was hostess to 20 members and one guest as C.C.C. club met for their January meeting at her home. Roll call was answered with "What Did You do New Year's Eve?" Mrs. Arnold Olson conducted the business meeting. The 50th reunion of the club will be held July 9 at the Ringsted School. Mrs. Luhrl Fessler was appointed as chairman of the reunion. The election of officers was held: Mrs. Joe Oakes, president; Mrs. Lloyd Birkland, vice-president; Mrs. Gilbert England, secretary and treasurer and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson, card and book chairman. Mrs. Art Kruse was in charge of the program. She gave a reading "The Best Things to Give". "Old Lange Syne" was sung by all. Mrs. David Glasnapp presented "On the Farm" and "What Is Snow" was given by Mrs. Ray Fry. "The Snowmobiles" was given by Mrs. Louis Maas and "A Moment with Him" by Mrs. Kruse. Lunch was served by the host­ ess to Mrs., Pete Aanonson, Mrs. Orin Aanonson, Mrs. Lawrence Andersen, Mrs. Lloyd Birkland, Mrs. R. T. Christensen, Mrs. Roger Christensen, Mrs. Gilbert England, Mrs. Luhrl Fessler, Mrs. Ray Fry, Mrs. David Glas­ napp, Mrs. Lester Handeland, Mrs. Art Kruse, Mrs. Glen Lundgren, Mrs. Louis Maas, Mrs. Joe Oakes, Mrs. Adolph Meyer, Mrs. Arnold Olson, Mrs. Arnold White, Mrs. Jim Rost and Mrs. John Weirsma. REBA DODDS Couple Plans Spring Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dodds, Spirit Lake announce the engagement of their daughter Reba to Alan Munson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Munson, Estherville. Miss Munson is employed by Farmer's Co-op Association of Spirit Lake. Her fiance is employed by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Estherville. A spring wedding is being planned. Petersburg Organizations Report PETERSBURG — The Union State Line Lutheran Church held their annual congregational meeting Wednesday evening. Meeting was called to order by Roger Pell, vice chairman. The hymn, "Onward Christian Soldiers" was sung. The Rev. McCaughan led in devotion. All reports were read and accepted, the president of the church council was elected as delegate to the Iowa District Convention in June. Arlin Mattison and Robert Ringgenberg were elected to the Church Council for three years. Lloyd Nasby, Mrs. Alvin Knutson and Victor Roggow were elected on the nominating committee. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer. Lunch was served by the Martha Circle members. Mrs. Arden Hakes entertained the Friendly Hour Club at her home Monday afternoon. Members present were Mrs. Harold Yonker, Mrs. Rudy Sou- cke Sr.; Mrs. Bud Ross, Mrs. Lum Levell, Mrs. Don Lamack, Mrs. Ronald Sands, Mrs. Cletus Heim, and Mrs. Don Clarken. The Naomi and Martha Circles met with Mrs. Lloyd Nasby Monday afternoon. Devotion was given by Mrs. Calvin Stade, and Mrs. McCaughan led in Bible study. Members attending were Mrs. John Wahl, Mrs. Eldon Winter, Mrs. Leo Hanson, Mrs. Calvin Stade, Miss Boletha Helgeson, Mrs. Edith Haarsager, Mrs. Linus Smith, Mrs. AlvinKnutsonand Mrs. McCaughan. Mrs. Nasby was hostess. Superior Culture Club Meets at Kimball Home SUPERIOR — The Culture Club of the IFWC met at the Herman Kimball home Jan. 19. Seven members were present to answer roll call with a "Flower Poem." President, Mrs. Herman Kimball announced the Federated Women's Club State Convention would be in Fort Dodge April 10-12. Reading reports were turned in to reading chairman, Mrs. Arnold Saha, Towel chairman, Mrs. Ed Hutchinson reported on and showed articles available from . the Commission on the Blind. A Parliamentarian procedure was read by parliamentarian, Mrs. Harold Case, Mrs. Kimball gave the Federation Forecast reading an article informing the members of a place In Korea where Care money had been used to provide electricity for a village improving their living conditions and work opportunities. The program concided with the topic, Gardens, and 1972 Year Book Distributed New calendars for the 1972 club year of the Good Cheer Country Club were distributed when the club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Leonard Pluth. The meeting opened with the Lord's prayer and roll call was answered by each member giving "A description of himself." Mrs. Leonard Pluth was hostess to the ten members present. A family potluck supper will be held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pluth in February. Bureau Women Entertain at Dinner SUPERIOR — Members of the Superior Township Farm Women's Study Club and husbands attended a guest day potluck dinner at the.Farm BuriaaiuBuild­ ing, Spirit Lake Friday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wally Brunsvold, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Northey, Mrs. Kenneth Gilmore, Mrs. Ralph Pederson, Mrs. Earl Fries and Mrs. Ronald Resch. The Happy Hour Club from Montgomery were also guests of the Pleasant Hour Club of Spirit Lake. Superior The Richland Sunshine Club met at the Harley Flcken home Thursday Jan. 20. Fifteen members were present and Mrs. Roy Johnson was in charge of entertainment and the group played Aggravation. Personal Mention Beautification and was presented by Mrs. Saha, beginning with a skit given by Mrs. Charles Leupold and Mrs. Kimball as a preview of slides shown on "Flowers, Weeds and Arrangements of Them." The next meeting will be an afternoon meeting at the Arnold Saha home Wednesday Feb. 16. Bureau Women Hold Meeting "How I Relieve Tension" was the roll call topic answered when Twelve Mile Lake Township Farm Bureau Women met Jan. 18. Mrs. Bert Rolfson was hostess and Mrs. Ernest Henrickson was co-hostess. Mrs. Aadne Ness gave a five minute report, Mrs. Bert Rolfson presented the a topic "Our Farm Bureau" and members brought articles to be used by residents of the Good Samaritan Home in their craft work. Lunch was served to Mrs. E. B. Burg, Mrs. Mildred Starkey, Mrs. Chet Anderson, Mrs. LeRoy Schacherer, Mrs. G. O. Bonstead, Mrs. Leo Janssen, Mrs. Floyd Chrestiansen, Mrs. Aadne Ness, Mrs. Bert Rolfson, and Mrs. Ernest Hendrickson. Group Plans Card Party Wa-tan-ye made plans at their Tuesday evening for a Card Party to be held at the American Legion building Saturday, Feb. 12. All members are to help sell tickets. Bernice Clark led a discussion on the Constitution and By- Laws of the Wa4an-ye organization., What the objections of the club are and- who can become a member and how to become 'a member was told. Bernice Clark and Maude Hamilton were hostesses. Couple Celebrates in Washington RINGSTED — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ullestad left for Marysville, Wash., to spend some time with their son, Robert, and family. The Ullestads celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Jan. 25. Anyone wishing to send the greetings may reach them at 6410-56th St. N.E., Marysville, Wash. 98270. Rites for Mr. Ellis Set for Friday Mrs. Fred Ellis received word of the death of a cousin, Howard Ellis, 77, Austin, Minn., who died Tuesday. Funeral service will be Friday in Austin. MRS. ALICE SALYERS is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. May Campbell, and family in Emmetsburg. RAY HURST, Swea City, was a guest yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roger Johnson. THE REV. Robert K. Miller went to Des Moines this week to meet his wife who is flying in from Galesburg, 111., where she had been staying for the past week with her father, Fred K. Bulmer. She was there to attend funeral services for her step-mother Thursday at Galesburg, THE L0CKH0RNS "I HAVE A NOTE FROM i -17 MY BARTENPER." MR. AND MRS. Herb Whorley returned home last night from Rochester where they had been to see her brother, Harold Reed, a patient at the Methodist Hospital in the intensive care unit. MRS. IRENE Petersen, Ringsted, spent Thursday with her father, William Leiding at Ceylon. The occasion was his 84th birthday anniversary. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Leiding, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenberg of Dunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Leiding, Jr. and other relatives. GUESTS AT THE KENNETH Thomson home Wednesday evening to help celebrate his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peterson and family of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Broadie, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Klempa, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miner of Superior. MRS. MAX COOKLIN hosted a farewell party Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Lloyd Jacobsen who will be moving to St. Paul soon. Invited guests were Mrs. Orville Budach, Mrs. Dean Hanson, Mrs. Alan Johnson, Mrs. Jess Rosburg, Mrs. Lawrence Dickenson, Mrs. A. B. Rosenberger, Mrs. Richard Hoffman, Mrs. Fred Short, Mrs. D. E. DeVall, Mrs. John Campbell, Angela Cooklin and Dean Johnson. A group gift was presented to the guest of honor. Yoga Aids Both Physical and Mental Disorders By CAROL JOHNSEN University of Minnesota News Service Potions and pills in a variety of colors and containers have been used over the years to treat such problems as colds, asthma and constipation. Researchers in India, however, are exploring the use of a different type of remedy— yoga. Experiments have yielded promising results. Vijayendra Pratap is professor and assistant director of Yoga Research at Kaivalyadhama, an Institute for research, training and treatment in India. Currently In the Twin Cities to teach a week of lectures and classes in hatha yoga near the University of Minnesota campus. Pratap described the institute and some of its activities. Studies at Kaivalyadha a showed that yoga is significantly related to the working of the autonomic nervous system which sends nerve Impulses to all the smooth muscles and various glands of the body as well as the striped muscles of the heart. Researchers at the institute instructing patients in various types of yoga postures, breathing exercises and nasal and body washes have found that yoga does indeed help a variety of bodily disorders. One group of researchers employed a yogic exercise called "Shavasana" in the management of hypertension. The exercise was given to 47 hypertensive patients and significant changes were found in 52 per cent of them. Their findings show that WotJd, headache, giddiness, nervousness, irritability and insomnia disappeared In almost all patients and blood pressure was significantly reduced. Other yogic techniques have been shown to help patients troubled by asthma, diabetes, constipation and colds. Some of "the methods employed include yoga postures, breathing exercises, nasal washes and body washes, which Involve swallowing large quantities of water and vomiting or swallowing a long cloth and pulling it back up. Kaivalyadhama, established in 1924, Is the only institute of its kind in India. Research Is supported by the Indian government. The institute is divided into four basic parts. The philosophical-literary — research department studies ancient transcripts and is preparing an encylopedia of yoga. The scientific research department studies respiration, body chemistry, eye movements and heartbeats to see how the body is affected by yoga and meditation. The third department at the Institute Is a therapeutic hospital In which patients are treated for disorders with yogic methods. The final department is the G. S. College of Yoga and Cultural Synthesis which teaches yoga and mental health, yoga and mysticism, various washes and breathing exercises. As assistant director* of yoga research at the Institute, Vijay­ endra Pratap is very involved with research. Pratap sees yoga as an aid to various mental disorders, aside from aiding bodily disorders. Some work has already been done In that area. "There are two major kinds of mental disorders," he said. "Mild disorder is classified as neurosis and serious disorder as psychosis. Yoga has already been helpful In treating various types of neurosis at Kaivalyad­ hama. We are working now on treating psychosis with yogic methods." Reports of an experiment on 34 students of a Summer Camp Certificate Course In Yoga suggest that yogic practice will be helpful in resolving conflicts and reducing neurotteism In patients and, thus, provide emotional stability. Pratap Is hopeful that research will prove successful in that area, become an important alternative to the use of pills and injections In treatment of physic aland mental disorders. AMPLE ONIONS Is the cheery market message. High quality dry onions are attractively priced at your supermarket. How shall you use them? How about a savory beef stow, elegant French onion soup, fragrant poultry stuffing made with onions and sage, French fried onion rings to garnish hamburger or steak, and scalloped potatoes layered with onion. Your QUI-OF-AREA FRIENDS IOWA'S WINTER SPECTACLE IN ESTHERVILLE! ^ „, 7J , PLEASE CUP-OUT AND SEND TO YOUR FRIENDS & RELATIVES FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 8 p.m. — Estherville versus Storm Lake at the Estherville Field House 8 p.m. — Sno Ball for adults at the Highlander Supper Club. Featuring continuous music by the KWMT Showman and Joe Schultz and the Journeymen. 9 p.m. — Youth Dance at the V.F.W. Hall for Junior High through College age. Music by the Spectacle. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY S 9 a.m. — Registration at Holiday Mountain for college racers. 9:30 a.m. — Start of ice skating for youngsters 6-17 years old at Trinity Lutheran Church Rink. 10 a.m. — Start of trap shooting at Izaak Walton League grounds on Valley Drive 10 a.m. — College men and women's racing events begin at Holiday Mountain. 12 Noon — Start of judging of ice sculpturing. 12:30 p.m. — Registration begins for high school boys and girls, ages 16-18, in Iowa Junior Ski Championship. 1:30 p.m. — Girls' racing events start at Holiday Mountain to be followed by boys' events. 2 p.m. — Start of judging of snowman contest on the Court House lawn. 8 p.m. —• Dave Major and the Minors along with the Old Gold Singers. in concert at the Estherville Field House. --.=.•• 9 p.m. — Bowling Association Dance at the Highlander Supper Club with music by the Floyd Warren Orchestra. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6 9 a.m.-12 Noon — Registration for stock and modified snowmobile races at Estherville Airport. 10 a.m. — Start of trap shooting at Izaak Walton League grounds on Valley Drive. 11:30 a.m. — Registration for boys and girls, ages 3-15 in Iowa Junior Ski Championship. 12:30 p.m. — Race event for boys and girls, ages 3-15, in Iowa Junior Ski Championship. 1 p.m. — Start of stock and modified snowmobile races. 1:30 p.m. — Registration begins for men 25 and over, not qualified for college racing in Iowa Senior Ski Championship. 2:30 p.m. — Racing events start for Iowa Senior Ski Championship. OPEN SKIING DAILY AT HOLIDAY MOUNTAIN. RECREATIONAL SNOWMOBILE AREA OPEN TO ALL FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. *************** ' —irrrnnmrwinnnnnnnnnnniu^^ -BOOSTERS OF IOWA'S MAJOR WINTER EVENT' THIS ANNOUNCEMENT COURTESY OF THESE PUBLIC^SPntlTED MERCHANTS: APPLIANCES Firestone Stores Blass Skelgas and Appliances Sears, Roebuck & Co. AUTOMOTIVE Jim Valen Ford, Inc. Mills Electric Service Sandvig's D-X Al's Auto Service Saul's Phillips 66 BUILDING MATERIALS Estherville Concrete Products Great Plains Supply Co. Joyce Lumber Co. K & S Lumber Co. BAKERY Lyon's Pastry Shop CAFES Majestic Stafford's Hamburger Shop Hotel Gardston Pantry Cafe DECORATING Hall's Wal 1 paper and Paint DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Fsthervl 11 en .aundry P and G Cleaners DRY GOODS — CLOTHING READY-TO-WEAR Bagan and Sons Ruth's Boutique Chris' Fashions Christensen's McCleary's J. C. Penney Co. ELECTRICAL Heidke Electric Co. ENTERTAINMENT Krafft Music, Inc. FARM IMPLEMENTS B and B Implement Estherville Implement Co., Inc. Ray's Farm Store FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Emmet County State Bank Estherville Federal Savings & Loan Association Iowa Trust & Savings Bank FLORISTS Estherville Greenhouse FURNITURE Holtz Furni ture Jensen Stores, Furniture and Carpet HARDWARE Gambles INSURANCE AND LOANS Stockdale Loans and Insurance OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriter Exchange PUBLICATIONS Estherville Daily News SHOE STORES Brown's Shoe Fit Co. Estherville Shoe Store

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