Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 31, 1972 · Page 2
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WW iley, Lindell Vows Solemnized RINGSTED - Jan Wiley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wiley, Ringsted and Jim Lindell, Marinette, Wis. son of Mr. •nd Mrs. Iver Lindell, Armstrong were united in marriage Jan. 15 ' at a candlelight ceremony. The Rev. Gehrald Riesen officiated at the double ring wedding. The music was provided by Mrs. Gene Ostedgaard at the organ. Jollen Wiseman sang "We've Only Just Begun" and Mrs. Ice­ land Peter, aunt of the bride, sang "Wedding Prayer." The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore an empire styled floor length gown of white velvet, styled with a mandarin collar, mutton sleeves and full skirt forming the train. The cuffs, bodice, and skirt were accented with rows of white braid and pearls. Her shoulder length veil was held in place by a white velvet bow. She carried a Mr. and Mrs. (Photo by Berg Studio) James Lindell bouquet of yellow roses and white cushion mums. Mrs. Gary Woodley, Mankato was her sister's only attendant. She wore a floor length gown of dark green velvet with full sleeves and stand up collar trimmed in white braid. She carried a single large white pompon. Al Lindell was his brother's only attendant. Ushers were Roger Lindell and John R. Wiley, brothers of the couple. The mother of the bride wore gold knit sheath dress with matching coat and the bridegroom's mother wore a green knit dress. Both wore corsages of yellow roses and white mums. Following the wedding a reception was held at the church parlors with Mrs. Doug Luppes registering the guests. Dining room host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lindell, brother of the bridegroom. The gifts were received and carried to the gift table by Tom Lindell and Brian Lindell. The tiered wedding cake was topped with wedding bells and trimmed in green and surrounded by greenery. Cake cutters and servers were Mrs. Roger Lindell and Mrs. Lester Lindell. Coffee pourers were Mrs. Steven Johnson and Mrs. Willis Johnson, sister of the bridegroom. Punch servers were Gloria Kabe and Marsha Langerman. Waitresses were Becky Riesen, Mary Lindell and Tyra Lindell. Kitchen helpers were Mrs. Clay Warren, Mrs. Cecil Christiansen, Mrs. Harland Kramer, Mrs. Lester Polzin, Mrs. Clifford McMillin and Mrs. W. P. Kearns. The couple are at home at Marinette, Wis. The bride graduated from Ringsted High School and Mankato Commercial College and was employed as a secretary of Program Development and Field Services at Mankato State College. The bridegroom graduated from Armstrong High School and Mankato State College and is now operations manager at Tempe in Menominee, Mich. June Reports 'ESTHEBVILLE DAILY>NEWS, MON., ,JAN 1 _3l,„igTO_ Page 2 Extension Service Born { Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie (Photo by R. L. Dahna) Lee Knode Joleen Andre, Johnny Knode Recite Vows Joleen Carol Andre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Andre, Estherville and Johnnie Lee Knode, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Knode, Estherville were united in marriage 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 16, at the First Presbyterian Church. ALCW Meeting Begins with Dinner The Immanual ALCW of rural Estherville met Jan. 26, at a noon dinner for members and guests, with the first half of the alphabet serving. ",'''Mrs. Virgil Hempstead had charge of the meeting. The Rev. Mork gave opening devotions. The Executive Board had charge of the program, which was the radio program given by Mrs. Rudy Christehsen and Mrs. L. P. Mork. "Stewards on Parade" was given by Mrs. Laurence Hanson and the executive board. was given, Installations of officers was held. Closing devotions by Mrs. Veryl Baas, following the business meet- worship meditation was given * by Mrs. Jerald Johnson. POLLY'S POINTERS Talcum Powder Helps Remove Tape from Walls By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—F. N. S. can remove the gummy spots left by tape on her walls by completely covering them with talcum powder. Leave 30 or 40 minutes, then brush off and the residue will be removed with the powder, leaving a clean wall.—MRS. A. S. DEAR POLLY—F. N. S. could remove the sticky spots left by tape that has held things to her wall by using lighter fluid on a piece of gauze. It might be a good idea to first try it on an area that is hidden by a big piece of furniture.—IRENE DEAR GIRLS—The talcum powder is certainly the least messy but if the gum residue is very hard the lighter fluid could be used to loosen it. After the fluid has softened the gum the powder method could be used to make it easier to remove. Sponging off with a damp cloth may be necessary at the end. Do test first in an inconspicuous spot.—POLLY Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—Can someone give me a pattern for crocheting a man's necktie?—CATHERINE DEAR POLLY—I am sending this Pet Peeve for my very busy hairdresser. Her peeve is with those ladies who wear their best dresses when they go to get a permanent or hair-coloring job, then fret about spots getting on the necks of their dresses. I hope this helps a lot of those busy "Make America Beautiful" hairdressers. — MRS. D. L. DEAR POLLY — I have a solution for those who knit and are tired of tangled needles or can never find them when needed. I took my old wig form (head) and stuck my needles in it (pairs together). Then I used a pen to mark the sizes and types. This is especially good for double-pointed needles that are not marked as to size. Foam stands are inexpensive, so one could be bought just for this purpose.—YVONNE (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) "Every time the phone rings I fear it's bad news. Nine times out of 10 it's been bad news. Then there are the letters. There is always someone who wants to see more of the family killed."— Princess Lee Radziw- 111, sister of Jacqueline Onassis, in an interview with the London Daily Mail. The Rev. Robert K. Miller officiated the double ring ceremony. .,ganij& The bride, escorted to the altar by her father and give in marriage by her parents, wore a floor length white velvet gown fashioned with an Empire bodice, accented with pink and white lace at the neckline and on the cuffs . of her long sleeves. Her floor length veil was held in place by a cluster of pink and white roses. She carried on her mother's white Bible a bouquet of pink and white tea roses. Denna Kay Andre served as her sister's maid of honor. Her gown was of pink velvet similar to the bride's grown. The best man was Richard Houseman. A reception immediately followed the wedding ceremony in the church parlors. Dining host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruett and Mrs. Alma Hanson. Attending the guest register was Lois Daniels and dipping the punch was Janet Bruett. Coffee servers were Kathy Knode and Claudia Knode. Cutting and serving the wedding cake was Mrs. Bill Bruett and Mrs. Glen Yackle. The bride's personal attendant was Sheila Christensen. The couple went to Mason City on a wedding trip. The bridegroom is employed at Hammond Oil Co. They are now at home at 721 N. 10th St., Estherville. Once upon a time — in the year 1903 — a small group of farmers in Sioux County, Iowa, requested help from Iowa State University at Ames. These farmers needed help in the area of corn production. An instructor from the college was sent out in answer to their request — in such a small way — Extension was born. This solution was so successful the idea began to catch on and by 1906 there were ten counties receiving help in this manner. From the very first, information was also furnished to women and youth. As the movement continued to grow, they realized some changes must be made. This work at that time required about four months of the college man's time in each county. In 1913 the Iowa Legislature passed the Farm Aid Association Act which enabled each county to support its own full time Extension Agent. In 1914 Congress passed the Smith-Lever Act which provided Cooperative Extension Service as a part of the Land- Grant College system. Local people, Iowa State University, and the U. S. Department of Agriculture, cooperate in planning, financing and carrying out a system of education for all people in their local area. By 1918 every county in Iowa had a Cooperative County Extension Agent. Information from the Department of Agriculture and our State Universities is extended in this manner to all, and from this comes the meaning of the name, Cooperative Extension. While it is generally recognized that Extension's primary job is to take results of research to EVERY family, basically the Extension Service is concerned with the welfare of people. It is our hope to serve and help you all we can. Extension is for EVERYONE. Today we find Extension in EVERY COUNTY in the United States and in EVERY country in the world. As I write these facts, I find it most exciting that such a wide spread organization was started right in our area, in Sioux County. That S.O.S. from a few farmers back in 1903 started a chain reaction that today encircles the world. WE HOPE YOU will make use of your Extension Service in the future. WHILE WE ARE on the subject — have you signed up for the newsletters from your Extension office? These letters are written for you by the Extension Home Economists in the ten-county area. They are mailed free to you each month at your request. JUNE STEINBORN Extension Home Economist Emmet & Dickinson Counties There is a letter for weight- watchers called "Slim and Trim," one for the senior citizen called "Salute to Seniors," and one for the homemaker called "Young Homemaker." Let's have your name on our mailing list. I'll guarantee you'll enjoy these letters. Personal Mention TO GET MORE FOR your meat money, try spending it on turkey. Whether whole or in parts, the gallant gobbler supplies important body-building proteins with relatively low calorie levels. Turkey meat is high in the B vitamins, niacin and riboflavin, and other necessary minerals but is low in fat. It's hard to beat, for nutritious and econo* mical meals. We'll go along with those facts, won't we? But the best fact of all is, white meat has fewer calories than the dark meat!!! I'LL WAGER THE news story recently of the 103-year-old man suing his wife for divorce shook up women across the country more than anything published in a good long time. I can't speak for the rest of you women, but you can just bet I, for one, have been pussyfooting it around our house! Capt. James Anderson's Family Join Him Mr. and Mrs. William Ramsey are taking their daughter, Mrs. James Anderson, Eric and Amy to Sheritan to the home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Anderson. The Victor Andersons will take their daughter-in-law and family to meet her husband and their son, Capt. James Anderson, of Sacramento who has been attending school at Witchita for the past three months. The captain and his family will return to their home in California. IVAN SUMMA, manager of the Superior Farmer's Cooperative Elevator, and Mrs. Summa of Estherville and board members, Mr. and Mrs. Bill White, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth West, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Nelson, all of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. John Eckard of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Wally Brunsvold attended the Grain Dealers Association Convention at Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des Moines Jan. 24 and 25. MR. AND MRS. H. D. Griffee, Mrs. Nancy Scott and Tonja and Mrs. Cora Griffee, Superior, were Thursday dinner guests at the Harold Danielson home in Estherville in honor of Mrs. H. D. Griffee's birthday. GUESTS with Mrs. Ed Ellingson Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ellingson of Buffalo Center. (JOOD POSTURE! How straight is your spine? The spine and spinal cord are the most important or' gans in the body, yet the most neglec t- ed organs. Chirop r a c- ,t o r s are spine spe- i c i a 1 i sts, I trained • to aid in correcting spinal distortions. Seventy-five percent of our school children are afflicted with some form of spinal curvature or spinal defect. Spinal- defects-«an.. easily be corrected during their growing years. Correct the spine while they are young and avoid grave and dangerous diseases later in life. See your Chiropractor today, for a complete spinalex-" : animation. " •'• Presented in the Public Interest for Better Health by E. L. Willey, D.C. 326 W. Central, Estherville, Iowa. Phone 362-3455. Wednesday, Feb. 2nd KING SUE WAUET CRUTIVE C010R PORTRAITS FOR OKI V "Our Best" THE L0CKH0RNS 1 'THE MILKMAN NEVER SAW A 1 © LOOKEQ FRi6HTENeP. PROBABLY GIRL IN A BATHROBE BEFORE." 1W m PHOTO HOURS 9 A.M. TO CLOSING umE m U THESE UME10W PIKES! 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