Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 13, 1972 · Page 5
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December 13, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

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Armstrong ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 13,1972 Page 5 Visit at Raymond McKean Home MTtr *$10tl4, 0* * Mrs. James Kuhn of Pamona, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. John O-Connell and family of St. Charles, HI., and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Stoner and family of Des Moines have concluded a visit at the parental Raymond McKean home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Karl Lee of Bangkok, Thailand, have been guests in the parental Jonas Braland home. Mrs. Lee is the former Lorna Braland. The Lees have also visited with her sister, Mrs. D. H. Larson of Holstein, and her sister, Mrs. J. M. Barnard at Davenport. Mr. Lee has been with the Waterways of Thailand for five years. They will return in six months to their home in Bethesda, Md. Mrs. Letha Harris observed her birthday Friday evening at her home with these guests, Mrs. Christine Thorson, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tirevold and Janette. Mrs. Lloyd Eastman entertained the Past Noble Grand with 12 members present at her home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cummins will be hosts to the Christmas dinner and party at their home Sunday. The Clifford Porters entertained guests Sunday for their daughter, Michelle's 10th birthday anniversary. Those present were Randy Corderman and family of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jensen, Sherry Owens, Mrs. Carol Fynboh, Allison and Daniel, Raymond Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corderman. Mrs. Viola Clayton of Dolliver entertained the A and D Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Kathleen Fitzgerald entertained the Riverside Club at her home Thursday. Cards were played with Mrs. Eugene Fitzgerald as co-hostess for the lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mixell have concluded a visit at the Arnold Flier home here and returned to Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fredricksen were recent guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Keith Hertze, and family in Fairmont, Minn. Ben Sweeney of Fresno, Calif., was a house guest in the Hertze home. Mrs. W. I. Mangold was hostess to a Christmas Club at her home recently. Those present were Dorothy Fear of Estherville, Lorna Cheever and Faye Adams. They enjoyed a gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Austin of Fairmont, Minn., visited recently- with the Marvin Corder- mans. The YML Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. E. Mclntire. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McKean, who have lived on the same farm in the Maple Hill area for 45 years, were honored recently when friends gathered for a farewell party for them. The McKeans have since moved to Armstrong. Guests included Mrs. Ron Johnson, Mrs. C. J. Countryman, Mrs. Norman Johnson, Mrs. Don Knapp, Mrs. Leonard Swartz, Mrs. Ray Barrett, Mrs. Bernard Rezac, Mrs. Leo Sevold, Mrs. Maynard Oleson, Mrjs. Clifford Huntley, Mrs. John Higgins and Mrs. Frank Hiney. They were presented with a gift of money. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Corderman entertained the bridge club at their home recently. Jean O'Neill and Mrs. William Ashmore won high prizes. Willis Teeters of Fairmont, Minn., and Mrs. Jean O'Neill won low prizes. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Willis Teeters and Jean O'Neill. Barry Linn Paulson observed his seventh birthday at the parental Marlin Paulson home Fri­ day. Guests included! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paulson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gunder Paulson and Marian. Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKean visited recently with the latter's niece, Mrs. Rhea Maes, and her husband and family in Mankato, Minn. Mrs. Arnden Jongberg entertained the T and C Bridge Club at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Libbie Hakeman won high prize, Mrs. Marvin Corderman the low prize. Guests were Mrs. W. I. Mangold, Mrs. Hakeman and Mrs. Frank Pape. Ringsted Larsens Visit Sister By MRS. MARIE POWERS Mr. and Mrs. Howard Larsen and family were guests at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Ivan Fair in Blue Earth, Minn. The occasion honored the Larsons on their 22nd wedding anniversary. Diane Sroufe of Fort Dodge and three friends visited Saturday afternoon at the home of Diane's grandmother, Mrs. Frankie Myers. Mrs. Lelma Lund moved Saturday into the Arden Jongbergs house recently vacated. The Thursday Club met at the Davidson Cafe for their Christmas party. Gifts were exchanged and lunch was served by Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen and Mrs. Delmar Fisher. Donald Henriksen spent sev­ eral days with his sister, Mrs. Norma Matheson, in Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Cleo Classon spent several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ervin Nerem at Forest City. Staff Sgt. Danny Culbertson, home from the Philippines, and his wife, Doris, and children, Sean and Jeff, of Topeka, Kan., are visiting at the parental Merle Culbertson home. He will report to Jacksonville Air Force Base at Little Rock, Ark. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Culbertson home were Mrs. LaRueBrad- shaw, Ricky and Wendy of Okoboji. Mrs. Henry Irmiter of Armstrong visited recently at the Jerry Irmiter home. The Complete Line of CARPET BLASS Now Available At SKELGAS & APPLIANCES WHEN THE CARPET IS BARWICK'S CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON IT MATTERS NOT! OTHER CARPETS ON SALE! SAVE UP TO When the thundering herds of little feet or swinging partygoers come by, what's the difference? Barwick's nationally-advertised 100% nylon is made for active wear. It's a dense pile that resists dirt and shrugs off spills and stains like magic... it won't pill, shed or fuzz... it's moth and mildew proof, even non-allergenic! The rich colors are 'locked-in'.. .can't clean out or fade out! Come see this amazing new carpeting, put it in your home.. .and then bring on the elephants! ^ J| •J sq. yd. $Q00 Per Sq. Yard 72' and IS' widths BLASS SKELGAS & APPLIANCES, INC 119 South 6th Street — Estherville, lowo — Phone 362-2345 SEE OUR AD ON BACK PAGE FOR LIST OF DOOR PRIZES No Purchase Necessary ,<D^ MfllAf 111 DDflPDECC! THRU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16 kn^ll U WW 111 rmimiCOviOpen Wed., Thurs., Fri. 'Till 9 p.m. - Sat. 'TiU5p .mJ Laugh at winter snows with LOW COST TRACTION FIRESTONE RETREADS h FOR 6 .00 -13 Blackwall. Plus 35c per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires oil your car. 6.50-13 7.00-13 £ $ 24 6.95-14 5.60-15 e FOR '26 7.35-14, 15 7.75-14, 15 £.'28 8.25-14 8.25-15 2 FOR '30 8.55-14 8.55-15 £'32 8.85-14, 15 9.50-14 S FOR '34 Blackwalls. All prices plus 37C to 67C per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires off your car. WHITEWALLS ONLY *I.BO PER TIRE MORE 4 WAYS TO CHARGE ? OWKAMHICMD If we should sell out ol your size a "raincheck" will be issued, assuring future daUy»ny.»t.tll^RJMpwa<l'p«iro>- • FIRESTONE ^a^-^SUP-R-TRED Here is a wide winter retread with the famous Town & Country All Position tread. Open traction pattern on the inside; stable "filled shoulder" pattern on the outside.tJSe oh twcAflrteeTs of all four. F?R '37 F78-14 F78-15 E78-I4 BUckwall G78-14 G7B-15 2 FOR '41 H78-1A... , H78-J5 2 FOi ,'41 J78-14 J78-15 8 '47 FOR Blackwalli. All prices plus 620 to 78C per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires off your car, Available where laws permit. FOR WHITEWALLS ONLY *I.BO PER TIRE MORE ALL WINTER TREADS AVAILABLE /i WITH ICE GRIP STUDS... Priced ns shown at Firestone Stores Competitively priced at Firestone Oealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign. ~. CAMPERS! VANS! PICKUPS! fire«tone WEBSTER Webster's NEW WORLD DICTIONARY • Attractive hard cover, 1)09 page edition • Measures 8" high and 5' '•>" wide • Perfect (or school or office 1 Mini one per customer at this price. Additional SI .98 each. <-'l uut uf ifn'i, item, a "faincbft(> " will be i'l future fji.-livtry at the advertised price Bring your car in this week for these outstanding SERVICE VALUES DISC BRAKE SERVICE 4 I

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