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December 14, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

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Charles Westfalls Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., DEC. 14,1972 Page 2 Mr. and Mrs. Charles West/all Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mehan Entertain Bridge Party TEREH— Mr. ano Mrs.. Bill Mfihari entertained at a dinner and bridge pan?" ic their home S>und&\ evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Krietrer, Mr. and Mrs. Don Krieger, Mr. and Mrs. Gu.v Eick, Mr. and Mrs. £d Wollner and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kelley. Marlene Kelley won high and traveling prize. Wayne Krieger won high prize and Ed and Marge Wollner won low prizes. Mrs. Hazei Blum entertained 16 neighbors and friends at a coffee parry in her home recently in honor of her sister, Sadie Lind. Mrs. Lind returned to Florida after spending several months visiting in the Terril community. Mr. and Mrs. August Bendixen held a pre-holiday dinner in their home Sunday. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Buffy of Marathon, Mrs. Lloyd Cavaness of Spirit Lake, Mrs. Tom Triggs and Arlene Muir of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barrie and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Winters and Tom, all of Jackson. Mrs. Helen Bransted of Alpha had come on Friday to sp^nd the weekend and was also a dinner guest, as was Mrs. Madge Polly. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hodge and family of Milford were supper guests. Gifts Donated Local Groups Christmas donations were voted by the Estherville Wa-Tan- Ye Club at its annual Christmas party at the Gardston Hotel. A gift of $20 was made for purchase of Christmas remembrances at the County Home, S50 for the Social Welfare office and members each gave $1 for the school nurse Christmas stocking. After a gift exchange, members exchanged cookies and carols were sung. Hostesses were Marion Qrvis and Dorothy Thayer. By MRS. LOR EN NELSON GRAETTINGER - An open house golden wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westfall was held at Bethel Lutheran Church Nov. 26. Hosts were the four sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Yiestfall, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. L>le Westfall, Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil West- fa!!. Downey, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs. Urn Westfall, Whittier, Calif. Their son, Virgil, was master of ceremonies for a short program. Lois Fries sang two songs accompanied by Mrs. O. J. Reitz. The Rev. Mr. Rietz also spoke and the program closed with a talk by another son, Orville Westfall. Mrs. Charles Westfall was presented with a corsage of gold mums and green fernery and the men had gold boutonnieres. A three-tiered wedding cake, baked by Mrs. Orville Westfall, centered the reception table, with gold candelabra and gold candles and green, yellow, pink and white mints. Edith and Lisa Westfall, grandchildren, were in charge of registering about 250 guests. Mr. and Mrs. David Montille of Whittier, Calif., were in charge of the punch bowl. Inez and Helen Westfall cut and served the wedding cake. In charge of the coffee service were Barb and Jackie Westfall and Mrs. Lyle Westfall. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Westfall. Waitresses in dining room were Mrs. Ron Felkey and Mrs. Lyle Westfall. Marie, Lori and Debbie Westfall opened and displayed the cards and gifts. Aiding in the kitchen were six sisters of Mrs. Westfall, Mrs. Clarence Westfall, Mrs. Tom Luitjens, Mrs. Fred Nissen, Mrs. Hannah Nissen, Mrs. Rose GlVC PvOSrCUU Mason, all of Graettinger, and " Mrs. Elmer Simington of Ruthven. Others were nieces, Mrs. Donald Westfall, Mrs. LeRoy Westfall, Mrs. Jim Domek, all of Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Jim Schoning, Mrs. Ed Ferricks and Mrs. Everett of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Westfall were married 50 years ago on Nov. 25, in Estherville with Mrs. Westfall's parents as attendants. They farmed for many years before moving to Graettinger. Mr. Westfall is still active in farming. Eight sisters were present at the reception, the youngest being 63. Terril Community Holds Bridal Shower to Honor Carol Erickson MARY JO ENDERSON To Welcome New Year In As Mr., Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Enderson are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Jo, to Randy Henderson of Graettinger. Randy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Henderson. Miss Enderson graduated from Estherville Senior High School in 1970. Randy is a graduate from Graettinger High School in 1966 and served two years in the U.S. Army, one year in Vietnam. He is presently employed at John Morrell and Co. The wedding date is set for Dec. 31. wonteiM WwJfa Carol Higgins, Editor AFS Students TERRIL - A community bridal shower honored Carol Erickson at the United Methodist Church on Thursday evening. Corsages were given to Carol, to Mrs. C. Don Erickson and Karen, Mrs. Norman Blass and Mrs. Ernest Streufert of Sutherland, a great-aunt of Carol. Karen Erickson played several piano selections which included "Moon Shadows," "Birch Canoe" and "I Heard the Bells." Mary Hoppe read poetry. The guests participated in compiling a picture book entitled "This is the Life of Carol and Randy." The hostesses carried out the decorations in the bridal colors of red and white. The 1972 class mothers are Mrs, Joe Feldman, Mrs. Dean McGranahan, Mrs. Milo Myers, Mrs. Abe Anderson, Mrs. Les Moore, Mrs. Bob Blum, Mrs. Jack Arthur, Mrs. Chuck Willison, Mrs. Dale Blunt, Mrs. Albert Mohr, Mrs. Dor van Keagle, Mrs. Albert Mohr, Mrs. Don Torreson, Mrs. Darial Determan, Mrs. Dale Luehring, Mrs. Claude Shaffar, Mrs. Harold Schnell, Mrs. Del Turpin, Mrs. Mary Feldman, Mrs. Russell Sampson and Mrs. Lavonn Dotson. Carol will become the bride of Randy Blass of Estherville Dec. 15 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Milford. CLASSMATES from ILCC in Emmetsburg feted Carol at a kitchen shotver at the school recently. Mrs. Don Erickson and Mrs. Hal Ferguson of Estherville gave a shower for Carol in the Erick­ son home. Bouquets of red and white mums adorned the home. Guests were Mrs. C. Don Erickson and Karen, Mrs. Norman Blass and granddaughter, Melissa Blass, April Kent, Mrs. Miles Netsch, Mrs. Bob Blum and Connie, Mrs. Les Moore, Mary and Linda, Mrs. Darrell Matthews, Mrs. Eva Simpson, Lois Keagle and Jodi Erickson. THE LOCKHORNS To freshen shredded coconut, cover with a little milk and a sprinkling of sugar; soak for a few minutes and drain. PETERSBURG - Talks on Iran and Denmark were given for the Union State Line A.L.C.W. at their Christmas meeting with the men as guests. Linda Florine discussed her trip to Iran last summer as an A. F.S. student. An exchange student from Denmark, Lindy Johannson, who is attending Jack* son High School, showed slides and told of life in Denmark. They were introduced by Mrs. George Roggow. Devotion was given by Mrs. John Clymer and hymn singing was led by Mrs. Lloyd Nasby. Mrs. Leo Hanson read the offering meditation. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Elson Winter, Mrs. Bob Ringgenberg, Mrs. John Wetzler and Mrs. Calvin Stade. POLLY'S POINTERS Pantyhose Problems Make for Pet Peeve '% By P0LLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—I certainly agree with M. M. V.'s Pet Peeve about wishing pantyhose were labeled so she could tell the front from the back. I solved that by marking a "B" on the back with a marking pen. My Peeve is that there is such a difference in pantyhose. Some fit beautifully and wear out fast. Others wear like iron but fit so abominably that 1 wish they would wear out. Of course, there are those gems that both fit and wear well but with no label. By the time I need to buy more I have forgotten what brand they are. How can I again buy the same brand? So, please, manufacturers of good quality pantyhose, label them so we can know what a preferred brand is when we have discovered they both wear and fit well.— HELEN v, Polly 's Problem , ;•,' DEAR POLLY—Could you tell me how to remove ' a combination of vodka and lime juice from black velvet material? The garment has been dry cleaned p but the stain was not removed entirely. I would ap- w preciate any hints from readers.—D. K. V. DEAR POLLY—and Violet—My doors used to squeak when they were opened or closed. We tried most everything and nothing worked until we used liquid graphite. We have no more trouble and also use this on our locks. —PAULINE DEAR POLLY—When ironing around plastic buttons protect them from the heat of the iron with the bowl of an old spoon. I keep a small ball of children's modeling clay in my refrigerator for absorbing odors. When turning shirt collars apply press-on tape to the frayed edges of the neckline. This makes the collar neater looking and it will wear longer.V. D. F. IZ-M/ "Y£S, SHE LIVE5 HERE NOW, BUT I'M MOT SURE ABOUT TOMORROW." NERVE ENERGY The brain sends life-giving energy down the spinal cord, out the spinal nerves to all parts of the body. This life power flows over the nerves much as electricity flows over wires. Lights will dim with a decrease flow of electricity. When the power of life is blocked off in the spine by a displaced vertebrae there is a lack of life to some part of the body. This causes disharmony in the various organs, tissues, and cells, lowers one's resistance, and results in ill health. If you are not enjoying good health, displaced vertebra may be causing your problem. Consult a chiropractor today. WILLEY CHIROPRATIC OFFICE 408 W. Central-Estherville-Phone 712-362-3455 MO "runt-***.- MI Ma*nait ntmwu or fi»nc«, tm. MISS VAN OORT Plan Wedding For Spring Mr. arid MTE. Peter Van Don of Sanwjri. wibh u, announce thfc engagemeir. uf ihtir daughter, I/onrifc, i'.' St &WT: Shaffer, son of hi:, ens V:ri. Will it Shaffer of Vl'ihirier, Mini;. Ifxait it c 3VT3 graduate of Hu.'. : - Wesier* Christian High b::i:rj. ii. Huii anc attended the Spuncer Svhwi of Buiintbt. She it 'JU.-reiiL'.v tmpioyed i>\ J-'itz- Eito-jin ia« 'jffiet ir, LstherviUe. * jVTi graduate of Either i L'.t Kigt. . it env ;«>'.» ec y> trie Cj:y of Ls-iuerciiJe. A Ms:.' Kfedtfuig it planned i: Sanwrr. Cnrib'.jar. Kefwm Chy.-vr.. imuinmimmnumtiiimmminiiiiiimiiij AILY NEWS Aa iadeptaaeat «:wbj*.f *T putv lisbt*} "Woodsy terovgc Friday," ercept principalbolidsyfc, excluding February 22 tui Veteran* Day. Sec '.»3 class postage paid at Esthtrrviik, fcwa. Published by lb* LetAiervUle Daily News, Divisiuu of Mid- America Publishing Corp., 10 K. 7th St., EsthervUie, tows 61334.. Subscription rates; City <A Estherville, Armstrong, Ringsted, Terril and Graettinger, delivered by carrier, 60 cents per week; $7.80 for 3 months, $15.60 for 6 months, $29.70 year. By mail in Emmet and bordering counties: $15.60 year, Zones $19.50 year. Fred E. Williams, Publisher; Charles Osthelmer, Managing Editor; Richard Myers, Advertising Director; Gladys Streiff, Business Manager; Donald Stoffel, Production Manager. Member of Associated Press, Iowa Daily Press Association, Iowa Press Association. Photos submitted to this newspaper will not be returned by mail. However, they may be picked up at the Daily News Office. Hmmmummmiiuiiimummummmm ROBES Give her something to twinkle about this Christmas . . . pve her at-home robe6, in assorted styles and lengths, fabrics and colors. It's a comfortable way for her to think of you! Show that you think of her. Come in and choose now, $ *5 00lo *30 00 Sizes 8-20 40-52 Christensen's Of Estherville Pepsi-Cola lodes opping myth. Pepsi-Cola in this returnable quart with reseal cap costs just about the same, ounce for ounce, as most of the brands that claim to be bargains. It's true. Ounce for ounce you spend just about the same for Pepsi-Cola in this returnable quart as you do for those brands you thought were bargains. And when you add in Pepsi-Cola quality, we think you'll agree that Pepsi is a real bargain. Next time you snop, compare.- Pepsi. A real bargain. BOTTLED BY THE PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. ES1HERVIUE. UNOiR APPOINTMENT FROM P.p.ICo

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