Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on February 1, 1972 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 1, 1972
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Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Nava Mayor Linn Foderberg Rae Jean Sifrit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Slfrit, Estherville and Ricardo Rivas Nava, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georgia Nava, Bernejillo, Durango, Mexico were united in marriage Jan. 15. The wedding ceremony took place in the hospital room of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Marybelle Korlaske, who was a patient at Holy Family Hospital. Mayor Linn Foderberg performed the ceremony. Jessie Castillo and Debra Bland were the couple's only attendants. The newlyweds are employed at WADCO. They are making their home at 519 West S. 1st St. in Estherville. | Family-Pleasing Supper if BY DOROTHY PETERSEN I Jftf Following are two family-pleasing high-protein hot sandal wiches that are easy to prepare and with a salad, coffee or milk will make an ideal supper. j| HOT TUNA HERO §H 2 (7-oz.) cans tuna drained and flaked. ™ l k cup mayonnaise Vn cup dairy sour cream Vi cup chopped parsley 1 tablespoon lemon juice Vz teaspoon garlic salt 1 long loaf French bread 3 tablespoons margarine x h pound Swiss cheese thinly sliced Combine first six ingredients. Slice bread lengthwise. Spread with margarine.. Place, cheese and tuna mixture, between bread halves. Bake in 350 degree (moderate) oven about 25 minutes. Cut into 6 servings. HOT TURKEY or CHICKEN SANDWICH Team equal amounts chopped, cooked turkey or chicken and finely diced celery. Add sweet pickle relish, salt, and pepper to taste, plus maynonnaise or salad dressing until spreadable. Spread on toast, sprinkle with grated Cheddar cheese. Place in hot oven or broil to melt cheese. Garnish with chili sauce. I I I 1 I POLLY'S POINTERS Kitchen Ceiling Crack Causes Her Problem By POLLY CRAMER Polly's Problem ,1V Larsen Entertains at Auxiliary Meeting Henry Larsen entertained the residents of Good Samaritan Center at an Auxiliary meeting held in the chapel Jan. 28. Slides of local interest were shown by Mr. Larsen and included the grave of Nicholai Ibsen (1888); Marker of the Meteor that fell in 1879; flood pictures of 1969, ice sculpturing projects of 1969-70-71; Ringsted Threshing Day, construction at the new college site and many beautiful flowers, snow and frost pictures. Mrs. L. Hansen, president, opened the meeting with group singing. The Rev. L. P. Mork lead devotions using the second chapter of Ephesians as his text. The Rev. Mork installed the: 1972 officers. Mrs. L. Hanseit, president; Mrs. D. Sunde, vice president; Mrs. H. Ashburn, secretary; Mrs. L. Obye, treasurer; Mrs. Edith Lair, membership at large; Mrs. Merle Andre, Mrs. Carl Newguard, Mrs. Flynn Mitchell, trustees; Dorothy Fear, Mrs. P. Partello, and Mrs. E. Nepple, nominating committee. Lunch was served by Mrs. Fred Beberness, chairman and Mrs. Hans Moritz, co-chairmen. Attending were Mrs. Vance ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TOES., FEB. 1, 1972 Page j| Teresa Martin Feted Crim, Maye Case, Lulu Holcomb, Mrs. William Higinbotham, Mrs. . • C?I_ SS^M£&£ At Miscellaneous Shower gust Rosenberger and Mrs. Robert Schenck. Bureau Women Tell New Year's Resolutions Personal Mention S3 DEAR POLLY—I think our kitchen ceiling is plas- m terboard and it has a crack where water leaked in. | I hope someone can tell me the proper way to mend I it.—BETTY I DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve concerns cotton-filled toys with labels that indicate they are machine-washable, but when washed they get lumpy. The only stuffed toys I have found to be machine-washable are those filled with foam and homemade ones filled with old nylons. The latter can also be dried in the dryer which fluffs them up but, of course, those with foam rubber filling cannot be so dried.—LILLIAN DEAR POLLY—Helen wanted to know how to remove indentations in her carpet made by furniture. I have removed these by putting a bit of water in each hole and allowing it to dry. Use just enough water to wet the nap but no more. For deep indentations, it may be necessary to do this twice. When dry, rub with the fingers to raise the nap. I have used this method on wool, nvlon and cotton carpet.—MRS. L. H. M. DEAR POLLY and HELEN—I have deep pile rugs and to remove the flal spots that appear after moving furniture I use the end of my sweeper hose without any attachment and on full suction. This lifts the pile up to its original shape.—STELLA DEAR POLLY — I was about to discard a very old, inexpensive alurain u m percolator-type coffeepot but used it to make a unique flower container. I saved egg shells and, using that popular all- purpose milky white glue, I glued pieces of the shells all over the pot. Next I painted them shiny white and have a striking accessory for almost nothing. Now my pot is filled with fresh mums, with the lid propped up against it for a nice effect. —MRS. A. C. S. DEAR POLLY—When 1 wax the floor 1 always put a bit of wax on the bottom of furniture, such as chairs, tables and the like, so when something is moved about the floor does not get scratched.—ALTA DEAR POLLY—The pull-down lamp above my dinette table was down when I put some bread to rise on the table. The light was on for quite a time and my dough rose faster than ever before, so I have a solution to the problem that arises when a room is too cool and there seems to be no warm place to put dough. When tossing out worn shoes, save those with sound, solid soles. One oi the youngsters will be wanting a pair of clamp-on roller skates and thev are very hard on the soles of good shoes. You will thank vour lucky stars you saved them.—HELEN (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) You will receive a dollar if Polly uses your favorite homemaking idea, Pet Peeve, Polly's Problem or solution to a problem. Write Polly in care of this newspaper. Mrs. Lonnie Smith In Rochester Hospital Mrs. Lonnie Smith, Estherville, was entered in St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn., Friday morning for tests and observation. She is in Room 2-186. With her in Rochester are her husband, Lonnie, her mother, Mrs. Jay Hoien and her son, Wayne, from Wilkes-Bar re, Pa. MR. AND MRS. Jerome Paulson of Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Paulson of Sioux Falls, visited with their aunt, Lena Nelson at Good Samaritan Home, and other relatives in Estherville Sunday. MR. AND Mrs. Jerry Nizzi went to Des Moines Sunday to visit with his mother, Mrs. Anna Nizzi, who is a patient in the Mercy Hospital in Des Moines. Wednesday the Nizzis will go to Sioux Falls to visit with her brother, Donald Gray, a patient in the intensive care unit in the Sioux Falls hospital. Gray was injured critically in a snowmobile accident recently. JESS ROSBURG was honored at a birthday party Thursday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rosburg, Keith and Richard and Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rosburg and Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reinhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Grems, Mrs,. Fredrick Weir of Colorado Springs, and Mrs. Walter Tire- void, Cyrus, Minn., also phoned birthday greetings to their father. MR. AND MRS. Wayne Russell visited with the Craig Colston family at Armstrong Sunday. MR. AND MRS. Merlyn Clark, Wallingford and Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Kaltved returned Saturday, night from a two week vacation. They toured Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Texas, Las Vegas, Nev., Arizona and into Old Mexico. MRS. ELSIE ZIEMER, Estherville, attended a farewell party Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Engstrom of Dunne 11 at the home of Mrs. Laura Milow, Ceylow. The Engstroms recently sold their farm west of Ceylon and will soon retire and go to the Cities to live. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Yell, Minneapolis, are the parents of a son, Todd Kenneth, born Jan. 24. The infant weighed in at 6 pounds, 5V2 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Dontje, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Yell, Audubon, Minn. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harringa and Mrs. Jennie Dontje, Buffalo Center and William Schmuhl of Barrett, Minn. KATHLEEN H. NIEZGOCHI Wedding Set For February 12 Mrs. Dorothy Niezgochi, St. Cloud, Minn, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Kathleen Helen to Leonard E. Kibbie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Kibbie, Estherville. A Feb. 12 wedding has been set to take place at the St. Thomas Catholic Church at Emmetsburg. A SON, MICHAEL Reynolds; weighing six pounds, 12 ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reynolds at Brokaw Hospital in Bloomington, 111., Jan. 7. Michael is their first child. Grandmother is Mrs. Barney Reynolds, now of Las Vegas, Nev., and formerly of Estherville; great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sevatson of Wallingford and Mrs. Frances Reynolds of Estherville. MRS. CLARENCE EGELAND, Estherville, and her brother, Frank Herke, and wife of Graettinger returned Monday from a three-week trip to Fort Myers, Fla., where they visited two sisters and their husbands. While there they had sightseeing trips to Key West, Sanibel Island, a world-famous shell island and Lehigh Acres and also Thomas Edison's winter home and museum. When the temperature was 15 below here, it was 85 in Florida, no snow, of course. This was their first airplane flight. JACKIE RAE Whitafcre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Whitacre was honored at a party for her 10th birthday Sunday. Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ostheimer and Richie, Debra Saxton, Bob Haines, and Terry, Lenny, Monty, and Wanette Whitacre, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hockett, Lonnie and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whitacre, and Mr. and Mrs. Irlin Dalen, and Jody. Saturday afternoon Sandra and Angelia Hum, Julie Ruby, Wanette and Jackie Whitacre wentto the movie and were treated afterward by Mrs. Whitacre to cake and ice cream in celebration of Jackie's birthday. Members' New Year's resolutions were exposed when each answered roll call Jan. 28 at the regular meeting of High Lake Farm Bureau. Hostess was Mrts. Vernon Fredricksen. Mrs. Edgar Warrington reported on the bureau women's progress on their main projects for the year. Projects include the making of pajamas, and robes for the ship HOPE, and pennies for friendship and the scholarships. As part of their program, Mrs. i G. 0. Bonstead read "Our Motto Others," and "Are the Kids to Blame." She also gave a report on the accidents which occur in the home, machinery accidents. Law Secretaries Meet at Spencer Thirteen members and six guests of the Spencer Legal Secretaries Association attended the dinner meeting Jan. 25,1972, at Thurston Cafe in south Spencer. Guest speaker Attorney Dick Montgomery, from the firm of James, Greer, Hoover, Nelson & Bertell, Spencer, told about the routine of the Iowa Supreme Court. Attorney Montgomery has been clerk for Justice Clay LeGrand. Legal secretaries from Estherville in attendance were Mrs. Vernon Reisner, Ruth Kemis, Pearl Overeen, and LaVonne Slingerland. falls by family members and visitors in the home and accidents with horses. A donation of $5 Was given the Gospel Missionary Union. Members attending the meeting were Mrs. E. B. Burg, Mrs. Donald Howard, Mr p. John Drew, Mrs. G. O. Bonstead, Mrs. Earl Johnson, C. W. Olson, Mrs. Amos Egeland, Mrs. Chester Anderson, Mrs. Edgar Warrington, Mrs. Gilbert England, Mrs. Vernon Torreson and Dora Refsell. Teresa Martin, bride-elect of Dean Phillips, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Jan. 27 at the home of.Mrs. Ward Smith. Mrs. Urban Pluth, Mrs. Leonard Pluth, Mrs. Harold Ross, Mrs. Rudy Soucek and Mrs. Harold Yonker were co-hostess. Corsages were presented to the honored guest and Mrs. Jake Phillips, her fance's mother. The gift table was decorated in the bride's chosen colors of red and white streamers, and a musical staff which read "Here Comes the Bride," and also a bride doll and wedding bells were centered around the gift table. Entertainment was in charge of Colleen and Karen Natterstad. They sang two selections and accompanied themselves on the guitar. Contest games were won by Mrs. Elvin Strope and Mrs. Karl Klempa. LaVoti Phillips poured the coffee. Invited guest included the bride-to-be, Teresa Martin; the bride's mother, Mrs. Garland Martin; Mrs. Jake Phillips and La Von, Mrs. Norman Nygaard, Mrs. Mary Cushmanh, Mrs. Elvin Strope, Mrs. David Nygaard, Mrs. Karl Klempa, Mrs. Harley Ficken, Mrs. Art Guritz and Donna, Mrs. R. F. Kathman, Mrs. Earl Fries, Mrs. Harold Peterson, Mrs. Gerald Pluth, Julie, Mrs. Eve Chesley, Mrs. Irvin Munson, Mrs. Cathy Heidecker. Also Mrs. Earl Thompson, Mrs. Duane Kiner, Ivy and Ruth; Mrs. Floyd Goff, Mrs. Clarence Parkins, Mrs. Burton Johnson and Geraldine; Mrs. F. W. Baker, Mrs. Willie Smith, Mrs. A. G. Coleman, Mrs. Ronald Fishe^, Linda and Connie, Mrs. Don Lamack, Mrs. Bill Fisher and Cindy, Mrs. La Verne Schnell, Mrs. Bernard Wempe, Mrs. James McBreen, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Bill Griffin, Sherry Krler, Mrs. William Asberry, Mrs. Elmer Spoo and Mrs. Allan Sherling. Teresa Martin and Dean Phillips will be married Feb. 12. Sorority Gives To Hausmanns The regular meeting of Xi Delta Theta Chapter No. x3866 met recently at the home of Mrs. Ron Roehler. Mrs. Charles Nourse, treasurer, reported that their chapter donated $5 to the Hausmann fund. The book of "Beta Sigma Phi'? was reviewed by the group. Program for the evening was "Entertaining and Hobbies" given byMrs.DonBisgaard .Each member brought to the group a favorite recipe or menu, which were exchanged. Hobbies of each member were also discussed. Top chicken salad with crumbled crisply cooked bacon. Good! The Spencer Area Legal Secretaries Association is'li'pfb-" fessional association dedicated to serving legal secretaries, attorneys, courts, and the general public. It is affiliated with the Iowa Association of Legal'Sec­ retaries 'and the Nationals Association of Legal.Secretaries (lit ternational). BARBARA J. TIREVOLD Plan Summer Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tirevold, Dolliver announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Barbara J. to Terry L. Halver- J soUT son oftMr. afia VrsrCester Halverson, Armstrong. Miss Tirevold is employed at the First Trust and Savings Bank of .Armstrong and. her . fiance 1. attended ILCC and Mankato State "<ColIegei& *,. •• ' < «jfr**» > ^*f! ., .ji June 24 wedding' date has, been set. If You Have... CELEBRATED A BIRTHDAY BEEN ON A TRIP ENTERTAINED GUESTS CAUGHT A BIG FISH MOVED ELOPED HAD A BABY BEEN IN A FIGHT SOLD YOUR HOGS CUT A NEW TOOTH SOLD OUT HAD AN OPERATION BOUGHT A CAR PAINTED YOUR HOUSE HAD COMPANY BEEN MARRIED BEEN ROBBED BEEN ARRESTED BEEN SHOT STOLEN ANYTHING LOST YOUR HAIR OR DONE ANYTHING AT ALL Telephone, or Drop a Post Card or Come In, or Any Convenient Way, Inform The Daily News Phone 362-2622 or Mrs. John Campbell 362-5385 Fashion News for the Stork Set Look charming while you wait, and enjoy being active, in our comfortable, attractive, up-to-date maternity fashions. * Dresses * Slacks * Skirts * Blouses * Shorts * Lingerie * Foundations * Coordinates Downstairs Store Christensen's "Where Northwest Iowa Shops With Confidence" GROCERY & MARKET 0PEM ? A.M.-6 :Witf 720 N. 6th'- PH. 362-3564 DAILY CL0SED SUNDAYS PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th — WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES FREE GROCERY DELIVERY ^%^&r ££!ge? 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