Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 11, 1972 · Page 2
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December 11, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

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Ringsted Couple Wed at Klemme Marian Marie Wille and Randall Douglas Greiman of Ringsted were married Nov. 25 at 4 p.m. at Immanuel Church in Klemme. The couple are now at home in groom is manager of Arco Farm Center. The Rev. Marvin P. Lehmann conducted the traditional, candlelit service. The bride is the rural Ringsted, where the bride- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Mr. and Mrs. Randall Greiman M.O.C. Auxilary Accepts Three into Membership Two new members and a third was reinstated at the meeting of M.O.C. Auxiliary recently. Accepted into membership were Jolene Dahl, Mrs. LaVerne Edmonds and Mrs. Gilbert Burgess. MOCA members wno went to Sioux Falls Veterans Hospital on its monthly Cookie Day, were accompanied by Dick Egertson, who entertained the patients with , organ music. The members provide refreshments of homemade cookies and coffee. Donations have been made to National Home Christmas fund of S3, United Fund of S2 and Canteen Books for Knoxville V.A. Hospital of $10. Articles needed for occupational therapy at the Good Samaritan Center were gathered by AuxiJ- airy members. Mrs. Edna Evans, Mrs. Glen Bolty and Mrs. Cecil Eide delivered these to the center. Members are also collecting paperback books of western fiction and National Geographic magazines for the Veterans Hospital at Sioux Falls. These may be left at the V.F.W. Post Home for the collection. THE LOCKHORNS "WHAT WOJLP YOO 6UGGE5T FOR A HUS6ANP WHO GAVfc HIS WIFE-A 5CRU661HG BOARP LAST CHR I5TMA6 ? " "I'LL TELL VOL) WHY I'M AGAINST IT! 8ECAU6E 0ETTY FRIEPAN 15 FOR IT, THAT'5 WHY!" mond Wille, Klemme, and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greiman, Garner. Prenuptial organ music was performed by Connie Schmidt of Klemme with Ross Johnson, Huxley, as vocal soloist and Joe Buzicky of Britt, as trumpeter. Johnson sang "Follow Me" and "Trumpet Voluntary" was performed by Buzicky. The bride wore a floor-length gown of frosted white peau de soie over crisp taffeta, adorned by snowflake Venise lace. The bodice was designed with a v- shaped yoke of white striped chiffon bordered with peau de soie ruffling and centered with a row of 21 tiny, covered buttons. The bishop sleeves were gathered into wide cuffs with lace trim. Her elbow-length veil was caught in a bandeau of Venise lace frosted with flowers with clusters of seed pearls. Her flowers were a bouquet of orange- rust roses and gold mums vl /ofneit/'j Corol Higgins, Editor Remember Servicemen For Christmas Gifts for servicemen were decided on by members of the Service Star Legion Thursday at a Christmas party with potluck dinner at the American Legion Hall. Christmas gifts are to be sent to sons and grandsons in service of members. Two members absent because of illness, Minnie Cole and Lulu Ellwanger, were remembered with greeting cards. During the business meeting, the charter was draped in memory of Lois Lamb by Star Point Remembrance Amanda Braband and Chaplain Nettie Kathman. Installation of officers was held and the birthday song was sung by Mary Payton. It was announced that a meeting will not be held during January. Superior Mrs. Bueltel Honored on Birthday Mrs. H. D. Griffee Mrs. Daryld Fredrick entertained for Mrs. Jim Bueltel recently in honor of her birthday. Guests were Mrs. Marvin Show, Mrs. Duane Fredrick and Derrick, Mrs. Robert Reuland and girls and Mrs. Marvin Grkhlke and boys of Estherville. Mrs. Daryld Fredrick gave a birthday party for her daughter, Brenda, who is 9. Attending were Mrs. Duane Fredrick and boys, Mrs. Jim Bueltel and family, Mrs. Charles Hasbrook, Mrs. Robert Reuland and girls, Mrs. Charles Kilgore and family and Mrs. Vera Fredrick of Estherville. Mrs. Cors Griffee was a recent guest at the Robert Dice home in Lake Park. The Social Hour Club met at the Karl Klempa home Wednesday. The group voted to send a Christmas donation to the children's home at Council Bluffs. Attending were Mrs. Robert Miner, Mrs. Julia Potter, Mrs. Dora Langfeldt, Mrs. Charles Leupold, Mrs. Kenneth Thomson, Mrs. Charles Hasbrook, Mrs. Esta Johnson and Mrs. H. D. Griffee. Mrs. Dora Langfeldt joined in the celebration of the birthday of Loren Svenby at the Harvey Svenby home and spent the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson of Spirit Lake and Mrs. Svenby and children also visited. of Etth*rvlll« PHONE 342-3I5J sprinkled with white stephanotis. Attending the bride were Mrs. Lana Bleil of Kingsley as maid of honor and Jane Underberg of Ames and Jodie Wille, her sister, as bridesmaids. Their gowns of red-rust crepe were styled with crocheted braid emphasizing the v-front and back and cuffs on the bishop sleeves. They carried casual bouquets in fall colors of roses and mums. Grant Greiman of Garner served as best man and groomsmen were brothers of the bridegroom, Mark and Scott Greiman. Ushers were David Barz of Klemme and Craig Weaver of Garner. Guests were greeted at the reception held following the ceremony by members of the bridal party. Hosts for the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Willie, all of Klemme. The bride's sister, Mrs. MargoJohn- son, Huxley, presided at the guest book. The bride's personal attendant was Connie Teut of Sioux City. Punch was served by Hannele Johansson of Helsinke, Finland, Foreigh Exchange student residing with the bride's family, and Mrs. Craig Weaver of Garner. Coffee was served by Mrs. John Abele, Garner and Mrs. Adala Bailey of Britt Wedding cake was served by Mrs. Gordon Greiman and Mrs. Glen Wille, both of Garner. Gift bearers were Chris Ann Jacobs, St. Paul, and Lisa Wille, Klemme. Gifts were opened for display by Ann Greiman, Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jacobs, St. Paul, Mary Mack, Garner and Mary Ann Moriarty, Rochester. Waitress were Alica, Deanne, Jeri and Nancy Blumer of Omaha, Myraim Steingnart, Foreign Exchange student from Belgium, and LuAnn Wille, Garner. June Reports ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., DEC. 11, 1972 Page 2 Look Forward to Retirement By JUNE STEINBORN Extension Home Economist Emmet & Dickinson Counties Tm afraid it was with tongue in cheek and dragging feet I took off for Ames last week for a 4-days-and-nights workshop concerning "Preretirement and the Aging Process." Whatadepress- ing subject, I thought, firmly convinced in my mind I would come home feeble and tottering. Besides, how would I ever get my wheelchair up and down the courthouse steps? Was I surprised? Indeed, and most pleasantly. I came home exhilarated! AGING IS NOT A DISEASE— it is a natural development of life — a rich time in your life to be anticipated and enjoyed. RETIREMENT is a time to look forward to and to plan for, mentally, financially and physically. Our biggest mistake concerning retirement is we do not start planning for it early enough. Let's not put it off till one morning we awaken and say, "This is my first day of retirement— what will I do all day?" Those are the ones who probably endup doing basket weaving or folk dancing. We used to say life begins at 40—no longer—now life begins at 50 or later. Retiring at 65 need not mean our life is over and we're doomed to the old rocking chair. The following years canoe a most productive time— serving and enjoying doing all those won­ derful things we never hac time to do before retirement. Many people believe by the year 2000 they will be retiring people at the ages of 38 and 40. Sound fantastic? Perhaps not— there are lots of changes in our future. So we'd better start making some plans! Maybe I'm a little late, but you can just bet I've started my list of things to do when that big day arrives— and I can assure you "defrosting my refrigerator" does not appear on that list. Tomorrow does indeed come for those who plan. Robert Browning, many years ago, expressed it so beautifully— Recipe of the Week Joe Heyl Surgery Set In Sioux Falls Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heyl went to Sioux Falls today (Monday) where Heyl is scheduled for surgery Tuesday. Mrs. Heyl will be staying with her mother, Mrs. Bernice Stall, and her sister, Mrs. Dick Muller, inSioux Falls. MRS. DON SAWATZSKY and Angie, Mountain Lake, Minn., were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hoien. MRS. JIM PHILLIPS of Bloomington, Minn., is spending two weeks here with Mrs. George Smith. POLLY'S POINTERS Perspiration Stains Removed By Vinegar By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—Jane could try using white vinegar on the perspiration stains around the armholes of the dresses she wears while working in the restaurant. I have found this works on dresses, slips and bras. Pour vinegar on the stains, let stand a little while and wash as usual. If the stains have been there for some time it may take a couple of treatments before they disappear. When possible, it is best to treat them before a garment is washed. My aunt says the tablets or powder used for cleaning dentures also work, but I have never tried it. Also rubbing alcohol is often used but I have never tried it as the vinegar does the job. One of your daily readers.—PEARL DEAR GIRLS—Be sure to test first any treatment to be used on colored clothes. When color is removed along with the stains SOMETIMES it can be restored by holding the damp stain over ammonia fumes.—POLLY Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—Will indoor-outdoor carpet that gets soaked all the way through from a leaking washing machine mildew, rot or mold? Mine took over a week to dry and then dried only after the rug was shampooed. Is there something in rug shampoo which makes it dry faster? My rubber-backed carpet was glued down but is now pulled away from the floor in several places. I would like to get answers as soon as possible.—MARTHA DEAR POLLY— I have a Pet Peeve which no doubt is as annoying to others as to me, especially people with poor or failing eyesight. This Peeve concerns the instructions in small ietters on plastic bottles and containers, especially those containing medicine. Said directions are extremely difficult to read because of the small letters PLUS the fact they are often printed in raised letters, the same color and material as the container. I think your column is about the best of anything in the newspaper. (Thanks from Polly.)—N. S. PARENTS ONLY: You can insure your son or daughter for $2,000 through age 22 with just one S120 premium payment. Best of all, our Fortune Builder /70 policy automatically converts to a $10,000 policy at age 23, regardless of health at the time. See us for additional important features of this unique policy. Farm Bureau insurance HUGH CROFT 362-3585 Agency Manager, Emmet County Career Underwriter ^Armstrong: ROBERT E. M0NS0N 864-3296 MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Carlson of Kensington, Minn., were recfein visitors of Mrs. Ruth Carlson. MR. AND MRS. Bob Campbell were in Jackson Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Howell. MR. AND MRS. Leonard Hoffman visited this weekend with her father, Conrad Tiefenthaler of Breda who is hospitalized at Sac City. MR. AND MRS. Marvin Arp, Sioux Falls, S.D., visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tay, for an early Christmas celebration. MR. AND MRS. John Whitacre are celebrating their 24th wedding anniversary today at home with their son and daughter, Mark and Rhonda. MRS. DIAMOND WILSON has returned home from Des Moines where she has been the past two weeks, visiting her daughter and family* Mr. and Mrs„ Young Yoon, Alex, Elesia, Stacia and Brenda. Mrs. Yoon and children brought her home and visited a sister, Mrs. Wayne Ware, and family. "Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be, The last of life for which the first was made." HERE ARE SOME FACTS I learned during the session that really made my day and took a big load off my mind. SHORT TERM MEMORY peaks in the late teens for everyone! Ha! Now I can go right ahead writing little reminder notes to myself and notfeel onebitasham- ed. That's just a sign as we grow older that we're more cautious and organized. LONG TERM MEMORY does not change much with age. Better still, our capacity to learn is just as good as the young—perhaps just a little slower. Isn't that challenging? (Just a minute while I write a little note to myself so I won't forget those facts.) AREN'T WE LUCKY to be living in such a healthy state? In the entire nation, Iowa is second only to Florida with its number of Senior Citizens. (I'll wager half of those that Florida claims came from here!) OF ALL THE STATISTICS we heard during the week, I only questioned the fact that there are so many more aged women in our society than there are aged men. How they could ever arrive at those figures I'll never figure out. Impossible! What woman would ever confess her real age? IF YOU ARE ONE OF THOSE obnoxious individuals who have your Christmas cards mailed and your shopping done, don't even bother to speak to me when we meet. I'll have no truck with the likes of you! CHRISTMAS ^ SHOPPING Z Today's a bad day to cook. A great day for Kentucky Fried Chicken Visit the Colonel 1100 CENTRAL, ESTHERVILLE PHONE 362-5351 YOU CANT BEAT THIS FOR 10 Days Only! UREKA Upright Free above-the-floor cleaning attachments flexible hose dusting brush straight hose adapter crevice tool upholstery brush only The Tools Alone Are A $14.95 Retail Value! ^his EUREKA cleans 4 ways... better! | 4 settings to clean all types of carpeting 1. MODEL 2010 1. LOW For All Low Nap Type Carpeting 3. \&/ 2. NORMAL Average Carpets 3. HIGH High Pile Rugb CLEANS PROBLEM SHAGS! BLASS SKELGAS & APPLIANCES, INC. 1t9 SOUTH 6th STREET, ESTHERVIUE, I0W*

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