Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on February 9, 1972 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 9, 1972
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Coffee Time. Gov. Robert E. Ray (center) and wife (left) take a coffee break and a brief rest from their activities during the Estherville Winter Sports Festival in the Blue Room at the Gardston Hotel. Mrs. Jerry Stockdale, Estherville, is seated to the right of Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Robert Rice, Estherville, is to the extreme right. The Rays' pilot is seated center back. (Daily News photo by Stan Brotherton) ftfS Personal Mention Daughter of Resident Injured Mrs. Ed Ellingson received word that her daughter, Mrs. Clyne Olson, Minneapolis, was injured while on her way to work Monday morning. She was hit by a truck and received a broken pelvis and other injuries. She Is a patient in the Swedish Hospital in Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Eldon Sabin and family are settled in their new farm home near Garden Grove, 50103. They would like to hear from their Estherville friends. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hutchinson of Spirit Lake and Bertha Mauss were in Mason City Monday afternoon attending the funeral of Mrs. Mauss's brother-in-law, Charles Murr, 70. Funeral services were in Mason City and burial was in Woden. MR. AND MRS. Del Carpenter, Cedar Falls, are parents of a daughter, Amy Lee, born Jan. 25. Mrs. Carpenter is the former Kay Shonkwiler of Estherville. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roger Shonkwiler, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter of Clinton. "Funny Face" Star Says "It's No Big Deal, Really" By GENE HANDSAKER Associated Press Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actress Sandy Duncan now is permanently blind in her left eye, but the last person to feel sorry about it is Sandy Duncan. "It's no big deal, really," says the pert, blue-eyed television star. "It doesn't affect anything." Miss Duncan underwent a 10- hour operation Nov. 1 at the UCLA Medical Center to remove a benign tumor from behind her left eye. Because the surgery was through the top of her there are no visible scars. Both large, beautiful eyes move norally. Is the sight really gone permanently from the left one? "Yes, It is,," she said mat- ter-of-factly Monday. "They say, well nothing's impossible, but there's no medical proof or reason why it should return." For one so young—Sandy's 26—was the loss a terrific blow? "Not really, to be honest." At her hillside home, CBS' "Funny Face" star is radiant, full of life and enthusiasm. "I've been near-sighted most of my life, you know. My father says I can see more than I can understand anyway. So I really was not that affected by it," she said. "I tell you what would have affected me more, being Si the business that I'm in— if the motor area had been damaged and I had lost movement of the eye. You see, the appearance of the eye is more important, Actually, than the vision." Miss Duncan, a product of the Dallas summer theater, received Tony Award nominations for her roles in the Broadway productions of "The Boy Friend" and "Canterbury Tales." TV commercials helped bring her two movies, "The Million- Dollar Duck" and "Star- Spangled Girl," and the weekly TV series she resumes filming in May or June. Thirteen segments were run before it was cut short in December by her illness. "As soon as I was well I went to the different floors, visiting people," Miss Duncan said. "I'd thought maybe my business is kind of frivolous, but after I saw their faces, when I would come into their rooms, I know that this business has a great deal of importance to people. Makes them happy. I'm proud of what I do." -Farewell Party for Ellis Holl Family DOLLIVER— A farewell party will be held for Mr. and Mrs., Ellis Holl and family of Dolliver 8 p.m., Sunday,'Feb. 13 at the United Methodist Church at Dolliver. The Holl family will be moving to Minnesota soon. Clemenson Farewell Sunday PETERSBURG- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clemenson and family are moving to Canada March 1. Sunday Feb. 13 there will be an open house farewell for them at the Union State Line Church. A short program will be given at 2:30 p.m. Soon to make its debut in America Is a new type food store, developed in Europe, that allows the shopper to select items by push botton. It's similar to an' automat cafeteria. Items are automatically retrieved and delivered at receiving door, and an automatic retailing machine collects the money. 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 RUMMAGE SALE AT GAMBLES Shop Our Rummage Counter For Bargains Many Items Reduced 50% Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. Only iGamBLEs/ At Estherv Hie THE L0CKH0RNS "ALU WOO UEEV IS A BIG PAIR OF 5HOE5 ANP RINGLING 6R0THETRS WOULP HIKE VOO ON THE SPOT'." First Lady's Salad BY JUNE STEMBORN, Extension Home Economist Emmet and Dickinson Counties Being election year, maybe we'd better get a political recipe "In the ring." PAT NIXON'S HOT CHICKEN SALAD 4 cups cold cut up chicken chunks (cooked) 2 tablespoons lemon juice Two-thirds cup finely chopped toasted almonds % cup mayonnaise 1 teaspon salt x k teaspoon Accent 1 cup grated cheese 2 cups chopped celery 4 hard cooked eggs (sliced) % cup cream of chicken soup (undiluted) 1 teaspoon onion, finely minced 2 pimientos cut fine l '/2 cup crushed potato chips Combine all except cheese and potato chips and almonds. Place in a large rectangular dish. Top with cheese and potato chips and almonds. Let stand overnight in refrigerator. Bake in 400 degree oven for 20 to 25 minutes until top lightly browned. Serves 8. (Democrats will be given equal space.) POLLY'S POINTERS Unreadable Messages Are Her Pet Peeve By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve has just happened again. I received a card and cannot read the message on it as the post office stamped their cancellation stamp over the writing. I would think they could stamp on the right side of the margin. After all, when people pay six cents to tell how things went on a trip or when they are arriving home, the post office employes should respect the message.— MRS. T. K. DEAR POLLY—I want to tell Mrs. J. P., who has trouble with the colors in her asphalt tile floor bleeding when the wax is removed, that she can have a floor maintenance man seal her floor or she could buy an asphalt tile sealer and apply two coats herself. Be sure the first is completely dry before applying the second. This has to be renewed occasionally in the spots where traffic is heavy and wax wears off.—ROSEMARY DEAR GIRLS— Use self-polishing wax or manufacturer's suggested finish on asphalt tile floors as paste or liquid wax contain solvents that soften such tiles and can cause colors to run. —POLLY DEAR POLLY — Most of us put our slips in a drawer and the slip wanted will invariably be at the bottom. Now I hang my slips on a plastic hanger that has notches in it and then hang this in the closet. Six slips on a hanger take only two inches of space. It is so nice to just push the other hangers aside and get ttts wanted slip without delay, mess or trouble.—MRS. I. B. , Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—I need help before all our clothes have to be dry cleaned. When my husband polishes , baby's white shoes for church, he buffs them exces- . sively, yet every Sunday we come home with white polish on our clothes. Is there anything that can be sprayed on these shoes to prevent this rub off or is there some other solution to the problem?—BRENDA (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., FEB. 9, 1972 Page 2 t 45" DRESS AND SPORT FABRICS s S cotton or miracle blends YD. A beautiful bouquet ot colorful fabrics — many fashion prints. Most are permanent press blends — easy-care and wonderful to wear. You'll find the perfect fabrics tor your spring fashions In this tremendous selection. Values to $1.69 vd. C. Rt AN T H O N Y CO. i Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schaper An open house in honor of the Golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schaper will be held from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13, at First Presbyterian Church, Estherville. The event is sponsored by the family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Lois) Lennox and family, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. William (Delores) May and family, Spirit Lake; and Mr. and Mrs. William (Joanne) Arthur and family, Greenville. (Photo by Dave's) FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY - THRIFT STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE. ESTHERVILLE DRUG PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS OPEN,9 TO 6 .DAILY — SUNDAYS 10 TO 12 — THURSDAYS 9 TO 9 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY SPECIALS! On All Color FILM PROCESSING COLOR SLIDES-MOVIES-COLOR PRINTS (Except Black & White/ 8 x 10 Enlargements, Special Kodak Work 'olid Special Orders) "jj DAY SERVICE ° To ANACIN FAST PAIN REUEF\ HCAMOU /COLM / MOV ACM f MUAAlW ANACIN 99* 100's Kodak CX126-12 COLOR FILM 12-Exposure Roll DISINFECTANT SPRAY LYSOL $138 21-01. Can JERGEN'S LOTION 7-oi. Size Sherwood Forest WILD BIRD FOOD 5-Lb. Pkg. 29C CLIP THIS COUPON K 50 ESTHERVILLE I THRIFT STAMPS I With This .Coupon and Purchase of $5.00 or More. Wednesday Thru Saturday February 9, 10, 11, 12 Good On Cash Purchases Only' NOT GOOD ON DELIVERIES ESTHERVILLE DRUG CO.

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