Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 13, 1972 · Page 2
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Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 13, 1972
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Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED,, DEC. 13,1972 PaKe 2 Wilbur Osgood Celebrates 94th Wilbur Osgood will celebrate his 94th birthday Friday at the Good Samaritan Center. His son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby of Cedar Falls, will come to visit him and will be houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Johnson. DAVE INGVALL, RINGSTED, visited his daughter, Mrs. Eldon Weber, Monday. MRS. ALTA HOOVER of Fort Dodge has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Luvern Zufallforthe past two weeks. MRS. JOYCE OLSON was visited over the weekend by her son, John, a student at Iowa State University. JILL SHORT, BU student, visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Short, over the weekend. MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE THE REV. AND Mrs. Robert Schroeder, Welcome, Minn., vis- K. Miller are in Galesburg, 111., ited Tuesday with Mrs. Schroe- where they were called by the der's mother, Mrs. SusanHande- illness of her father, Maurice land. Alters. He was to have had surgery Tuesday. His address is MRS. HELEN LIND, Glidden, was here for the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meehan and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Evans. 725 S. West St., Galesburg, 111., 61401. Never use a commercial oven cleaner in a self-cleaning oven. THE LOCKHORNS MR. AND MRS. MELVIN Triplett and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lindeen, Comfrey, Minn., were here visiting Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed McKean for an early Christmas celebration. MR. AND MRS. JERRY HOOD and Mrs. Alma Moats were in Jackson Sunday attending a Christmas party given at the Legion Hall by Leo Cushman of Jackson, for more than 100 relatives. "THIS WILL PUT /vtE AHEAP OF MRS. ANP 0U6T A LITTLE 0EHINP 51MPSON." Seventeen Baptized Mcmbt-rs of the first class baptized in ihe new church building of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ are shown above with their pastor, the Rev. Robert K. Miller. The 17 persons were baptized b> immersion in a ceremony during worship and communion service Dec. 10. Front row, left to right, are: Velvet Michelle Billings, January .Ann Billings, Jacqueline Rae Whiiacre and Jo;. Lynn Lair. Second row: Jennifer Lynne Dawson, Janet Kay Loe, Michelle Marie Martens, Richard Lee Crees, Monty Dale Whitacre, David James Beaver and Alan George A.-iderson. Third row; The Rev. Mr. Miller, Mark Douglas Mortimore, Scott Wayne Lair, Thomas Wayne Beaver. Lenn\ Rogers Whitacre, Frank M. Purcell and Larry Edward Lair. Corel Higgint, Editor Sendji Gift* For Veteran* At Hospital? ~~ Do. 1 .4-ri:>r. AtixLi&ry met Tnurs-Sb;- "i- horri- of Ge raiding ..'oimfcOE. wii» 17 members present. Tte fcnrfl tarry will send tZZ- tz! thf- Tes-rass BaspisC at Vfrr--.?- is; cixEstc cards \ tti Tcli ~:'rjb- r E". siiOX Fails 1 -rv,: -j-sy-i <f. '.-xifci&S »tri ~.:n riiiaenis of V ¥t Ln:-.-.-: --' J-CT.;- ~JJ~A and lost, '.i o -jztr; cook- m w:r. v. ;rie '> fei;fc.v Vue v. i.r; nwtrigs v'ul be rii-j; jtnja.-;- n<a Iesruary, *Er :- K Ms: :•• n« ;v:ig v.< i* held v --ut Kerr. 4-H (we ma Hold Meeting T-t 4-H fjtnii nejd their C'.rit^-.L- &r.\ at i<si: andTan> ivortr-'.v. St.:;.' McDanaiti -ri'j- I'.-M . Seventeen mtnv . ;.'.-vt:. \iiilo:s answered i'r ; . ruJ. vfe:i whivh was ".Something I's to mate for Christmas-.'' Trie \ jiitors were .Sr<eile> lie;.'-';, f - erie :^elers. f jn, Naricy .Signs, Ch.fjb Ciark, Brenda Sid Its. :xrij.t Matt fie i and Joy Engifesn-sc. Thirtwjne dollars were made a: our bake !>aie fie id on iV . .'. Lunch *'.as served U;> Mrs. Bosworth and Mrs. McDonald. After lunch we .sar# Christmas songs led b> Cberv i Syverson and opened OJ : preswits. Recreation was led by Heidi Hove and She Trie Siingerlarid. Rin fisted Mrs. John Baade, Timothy and Melanie of Fort Dodge brought the former's mother, Mrs. Frankie Myers home after they had spent several days at the home of Mrs. Lrrol Myers and Danny at Kansas City, Mo. Living Things Answer to Previous Puizl* ffl was Wrr ACROSS 1 King of beasts 5 Gibbon 8 Footless 12 Feminine nanv 13 Common contraction 14 To load 15 Residents of (suffix ,1 16 Harvest goddess 17 West Samoan seaport 18 Of the ribs 20 Purposeful trip 22 African antelope 24 Snug 28 Predetermine 23 Tropical plant 'M Mint entrance 25 True 3CI>ess dial.) 27 Fishlik* rnammal 41 Table item 42 Not stormy 44 Overwhelm 48 Burrowing rodent 53 Puddle 54 Belonging to us 56 African river 57 Old Danish (ab.) 58 Route (ab.) 59 High plateau 60 Bristle 61 Scottish river 62 First man DOWN 1 Secular 2 Preposition 3 Units 4 Bird's home 5 Coral island 0 Chicken disease 7 Jewish ascetic 8 Wing-shaped S Father (collj •a raai ^i^ 10 Chief Norwegian god 11 Not alive 19 At the age of (Latin) 21 Roads (ab.) 23 Paid notice 24 Late (Fr.) 25 Of the ileum (comb, form) 26 Purpose 27 Assist 29 Pound down 30 Idea (comb, form) 31 Spanish name 32 English school 38 High cost of living (ab.) 39 City near London 40 Northeast (ab.) 41 Theater sign 43 Coincide 44 Epic poem 45 Knob 46 Cud-chewing mammal 47 Arm bone 49 Cougar 50 Take notice 51 Lohengrin's bride 52 Paper measure 55 Utah Indian 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 13 Fred Reyes of the STORM LAKE HEARING AID SERVICE Announces HEARING AID SERVICE CENTER So that we can better service our users, we will hold a Hearing Aid Service Center Friday, December 15, at the HOTEL GARDSTON from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. This will be a continuous service for the Estherville and surrounding area. If you have difficulty hearing, we invite you to come in for a Free Hearing Test (No Obligation). Better Product . . . Better Service STORM LAKE HEARING AID SERVICE Recipe of the Week A Delicious Sandwich From Leftover Turkey For a most simple way to serve leftover turkey but mighty delicious, you'll like— HOT TURKEY SANDWICH On slices of hot toast arrange slices of turkey—can be pieces^^iajis mine.-the.>J}tfe jneai, pledge,.) Coyejjvith a hot, rich cheese sauce; garnish with paprika — mmmm — I often sprinkle a little Parmesan cheese over the top and place under the broiler (not too close) to warm meat also. Either way, if s good'. LAKES SEWING CENTER WED.-THURS.-FRIDA Y-8A TURD A Y-SUNDA Y-DECEMBER 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 OPEN 9 to 9 THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY-SUNDAY 1 to 5 REGISTER FOR A SEWING MACHINE DRAWING TO BE HELD MONDAY, DECEMBER 17th NO-PURCHASE NECESSARY.... • GIFT TO THE FIRST FIVE LADIES THROUGH OUR DOORS JACH DAY OF OUR GRAND OPENING SALABRATION. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY LAKES SEWING CENTER OFFERS YOU A COMPLETE LINE FOR ALL YOUR SEWING NEEDS. A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS, FABRICS AND RELATED ITEMS. OVER 800 SELECTIONS OF FASHION BUTTONS. OVER 100 DIFFERENT 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS PLUS MANY, MANY OTHER FABRICS TO CHOOSE FROM INCLUDING COTTONS, CREPES, POLYESTERS, ETC., PLUS A WIDE RANGE OF SNOWMOBILE MATERIALS AND ACCESSORIES, AND A COMPLETE LINE OF UPHOLSTRY AND DRAPERY MATERIALS. GRAND OPENING SPECIALS 100% POLYESTER 60" WIDE A49 MEN'S DOUBLE KNITS ^ 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS 60 Inches Wide 3 2 We've the spirit and the sewing machines to make her Christmas the merriest ever! 49 Yard 100% COTTON Machine Washable WAILUA PRINTS 2 49 Yard 100% POLYESTER CREPE SOLIDS Machine Washable 45 Inches Wide 79 Yard 100% ACETATE SATIN JERSEY Hand Washable 45 Inches Wide 98 Yard 100% POLYESTER Machine Washable KAHANA PRINTS 45 Inches Wide 98 Yard 100% COTTON CORDUROY AQ Wide^ W Whale Yd. 45" Wide 19 Yd. LOWEST PRICE EVER Singer Slant Needle Model 417 H.O.- Gear Drive, Drop-in Bobbin, Zig-Zag & Straight Stretch Stitch For KnitSewing, Monograms, Button Holes, Mends and Blind Hems. REDUCED TO 00 77 Economy zig-zag sewing machine Model 177 with 827 carrying case. 99 95 Fashion Mate zig-zag sewing machine Model 257 with 575 carrying case. Beautiful Pacesetter Cabinet With Your Purchase of the Golden Touch and Sew Machine 129 95 Fashion Mate* zig-zag plus blindstitch sewing machine Model 252 with 575 carrying case. I1ATIAF We are now t^ing enrollments for NUTIufcS Sewing lessons on making snowmobile suits for any member of the family. FREE INSTRUCTIONS: 0ffered on Care and Operation of Every New Machine Purchased. USED SEWING MACHINES — 29" ^ u P VACUUM CLEANERS CANNISTERS 39" From UPRIGHTS From £095 ASK ABOUT THE HOKT SWEEPER SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF SEWING MACHINES LAKES SEWING CENTER 23 SOUTH 6th ST. - ESTHERVILLE - PHONE 362-2266 We have a credit plan designed to fit your budget. We also have a liberal trade-in policy. APPROVED SINGER DEALER APPROVED BERNINA DEALER

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