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December 18, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

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Robin Ann Flint, Glen Hansen United in Marriage at Fenton Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hansen POLLY'S POINTERS Persistent Salesmen Housewife's Pet Peeve By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve is with door-to-door salesmen who come to the door and keep bugging you and insisting on coming in the house to demonstrate their product even though you say you are not interested. One encyclopedia salesman did get in. When mother told him she thought the price was high he told her she cared nothing for her children so we had to almost kick the guy out.—DELORES Polly's Problem f DEAR POLLY—Recently I bought a one-size-fits- H all nylon body suit. After several washings the zip- 1$ g per puckered and got so stiff that it has ruined the § clinging shape of the suit. I would appreciate some „,. advice as to what I can do with this.—ALICE DEAR POLLY—I think June could remove the perspiration odor from her foam rubber pillows and mattress by filling an empty window spray bottle with vinegar and LIGHTLY spraying the items to be deodorized and then letting them dry.—MRS. C. H. K. DEAR POLLY—Like June's boys, mine are profusely sweaty sleepers and plastic mattress covers under the cotton sheets will protect the mattress but aggravate the sweating. When changing the boys' beds I spray the mattresses with an aerosol disinfectant and then let them air for a few hours. The foam rubber pillows can be washed in cold water at a gentle speed or by hand and bleach can be added to the first rinse to disinfect and deodorize. They will need a couple of rinsings. Sun will do as well as the bleach if they are air-dried.—HOLLY DEAR GIRLS—The Cleanliness Bureau says when washing foam rubber pillows the machine should run only five minutes and also ONLY five minutes for each rinsing. To wash by hand, put the foam pillow (in a case, of course) in a deep tub full of warm water and enough detergent so suds stand up. Press pillow down and let spring back. Do this time and time again to push the suds through the pillow or use a plumber's plunger. When water gels dirty, remove FOAM RUBBER PILLOW the pillow. Repeat process. Rinse with plenty of clean water and squeeze out well with an up and down motion. Put between two bath towels and press down to blot out as much water as possible. DO NOT put foam rubber pillows in the dryer. Dry by fastening pillowcases with clothespins to an outside line in a breezy spot. This takes time DO not expect to use pillows that night.—POLLY THE LOCKHORNS @ "WHEN LORETTA SAYS SHE"5 Pf?EAMING OF A WHITE CHKISTMAS, SHE MEANS ERMINE. 1 ' "I SPENT THE WHOLE I7AV TRANSFERRINS MONEY* FROM SANK TO BANK." RINGSTED— Robin Ann Flint, and Glen Hansen, both of Ringsted, were united in marriage at St. John's Lutheran Church in Fenton, Dec. 2, 1972. The Rev. Rex Spicer officiated at the double-ring service at an altar decorated with white mums and pink carnations. Candlelight ers wore Cynthia Flint, sister of the bride, and Darrel Uthof. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hansen, all of Ringsted. Organist was Cheryl Uthof who accompanied Diane Uthofin"The Lord Bless You And Keep You," and the Rev. Mr. Spicer and Diane in "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a floor length gown of white organza, trimmed with Venise lace, and a veil of imported illusion. She carried a bouquet of pink roses. Maid of honor was her sister, Renee Flint. Bridesmaids were Linda Berkland, Cylinder, and Rhonda Flint, sister of the bride. They wore empire style, floor-length gowns of burgundy velvet with pink polyester crepe bodices. Their headpieces were pink illusion on burgundy velvet bows, and they carried colonial bouquets. Best man was Fred Jensen, Ringsted. Groomsmen were Randy Reed, Estherville, and David Wegoner, Fenton. Ushers were Rodney Uthof, Fenton, and Kenneth Jensen, Ringsted. They wore Tom Jones tuxedos and pink carnation boutonnieres. The bridegroom wore a pink rose. The bride's mother wore a long gown with rainbow skirt and purple bodice. The bridegroom's mother had chosen a street- length blue knitdressand both had orchid corsages. The wedding reception, held in the church basement, followed. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof. Attending the guest book was Becky Flint.. Gift carriers were Terry Feddersen and Debbie Wegener and Lorraine Meyer. The bridal pair opened their gifts, assisted by Becky Nock, Julie Johnson and Lisa Feddersen. The luncheon table was appointed with a four-tier wedding cake topped with wedding bells, decorated in pink and burgundy and candlelabra at either side. Cutting and serving the wedding cake were Mrs. Merle Flint and Mrs. Eric Hansen. The cake had been made by Mrs. Franklin Skovgaard. Coffee pourers were Mrs. Frances Graettinger and Mrs. Art Aanonson. Punch servers were Darlene Uthof and Debbie Eimers. Presiding over the luncheon table were Mrs. Ed Uthof and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen. Waitresses were Margene Henriksen, DeMaris Uthof, Patcy Jensen, Diane Jensen and Margean Twait. Kitchen helpers were Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Vic Dreyer, Mrs. Frank Thilges, Mrs. Ronnie Chrischilles, Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Mrs. Clarence Wegener. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Flint, grandparents of the bride. Becky Nock was her personal attendant. The couple are Ringsted High School graduates. They are now farming near Ringsted. Carol Hlggint, Editor June Reports ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON„ DEC, IS, 1972 Pa^e 2 Likes Christmas Songs Playing in Background Personal Mention Tami Kaltved*Baptized At Lutheran Church Tami Lynn Kaltved, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kaltved, was baptized recently at the Estherville Lutheran Church. Attending the baptismal dinner at the home of her parents were her brother and sisters, Todd, Teri and Traci; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. LelandKnudt- son, Graettinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kaltved, Estherville; her great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nichtern, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Woodley and Nicole; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Knudtson and Jamey; Mr. and Mrs. David Kaltved, Jeffry and Kristy; Roger Kaltved; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kaltved, Bryan and Brenda; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kaltved, Corrine, Connie, Candi and Chad. Give Meanings Of Christmas For Fine Arts Many facets of Christmas was touched on in the Fine Arts Department of Woman's Club program held Thursday at the home of Ivadell Ross. Mrs. Ralph Johnson gave readings on "This Was Christmas" and on carols and Mrs. Jay Hoien read on the topic, "What Christmas Is." The Three Kings" was read by Mrs. Francis Solmonson and Mrs. Leon Blake read "A Gift of Christmas." Of special interest was Miss Ross' tree with its decorations from the many countries where she has traveled. Mrs. Ralph Johnson had charge of the program a id Mrs. Clarence Smith, chairman, conducted the business meeting. Assistant hostesses were Lulu Holcomb and Mrs. Edwin Thoreson. Plan Dinner For Teachers At Immanuel Plans for a dinner for church school teachers were made at the meeting of the Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Guild Thursday. Members met for a potluck dinner with 44 present. In the business meeting, conducted by Mrs. James Kirk Jr., a dinner for Sunday School and catechism teachers to be held in January was approved. The motion had been made by Mrs. Vern Von Hagen and seconded by Mrs. Carl Ahrens. Ruth Circle was placed in charge of the kitchen, Naomi Circle of decorations, Lois Circle of the program and Mary-Esther in charge of Cheer-plates. Making a gift of $25 was also approved for a title guarantor of "This Is the Life." C. P. JACKSON will leave Tuesday for San Diego, Calif., to live with his daughter, Mrs. Ruby Hoot, until April when he will return to make his home at Good Samaritan Center. He entertained his children and relatives at The Cardinal Cafe for an early Christmas dinner. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jackson and David, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jenkins and Jeff, Storm Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Amdahl and Mrs. Prise ilia Dow, Estherville. Jackson has sold his home to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sandvig, who have sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. John Brunskill. MR. AND MRS. Russell Eike have returned home from Gibbon, Neb., where they attended the funeral of her brother-in- law, Charles E. Murr, 65. MRS. LEOSANDERS and Ralph Sanders are spending the holidays in Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sanders. WORD was received by Ethel Richard of the death of her brother-in-law, D. G. Zaelker, Paradise, Calif., last week. Mrs. Zaelker, former resident of Estherville, resides at 494 Valley View Drive, Paradise, Calif., 95969. Hold Election The N-R-G 4-H Club elected Kathleen Nielsen to the Emmet County 4-H council at its December 9th meeting held at the Nielsen home. Each member also made a candle holder from materials brought by Jan Reutter and Joyce Borchers, then opened their Christmas gifts and told who they received them from. ters Uniform Headquar Complete Stock WHITE SWAN and BOB EVANS UNIFORMS • Cotton • Dacron • Dacron and Cotton • Jersey Sizes 7-15 8-20 12'/ 2 -241 /0 5V16 98 Downstairs Store Christensen's "Where Northwest Iowa Shops With Confidence" MISS GRACE SCHROEDER Consultant For Peoples Grace Schroeder, 22, has been named the new consumer consultant for Peoples Natural Gas Company in Central and Northwest Iowa, R. E. Mayne, central region vice president, announced. Miss Schroeder is a 1968grad­ uate of Dysart-Geneseo High School and graduated in 1972 from St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in general home economics and speech-communication education. The newly - named consumer consultant will be serving 38 counties in Central and Northwest Iowa, working out of the Spencer Division office. Consumer consultants explain the proper operation of gas appliances to homemakers and frequently are asked to appear before high school economics classes and women's groups. They also present programs which explain other uses of gas, such as making nylon and other consumer products. f Party Honors OES Officers Mi', and Mrs. Harris Myers were host and hostess on Saturday evening for a Christmas party held.at the Masonic Temple for the 1972 officers of the Order of Eastern Star and their spouses. The ovening was spent informally with the group playing cards, followed by a gift exchange. A light lunch was served in the dining room at the close of the evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Rovn, Mr. and Mrs. William Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. August Rosenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Meadows, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wittneben, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Callahan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hanson, Dorothy Fear, Mrs. Tone Kateley, Mrs. Rodney Brink and Mrs. Howard Gray. Graettinger Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Fred Nissen were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nissen, Norma, Greg, Julie, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Nissen and Randy, Mrs. Hannah Nissen, Mrs. Arnold Nissen of Terril and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hansen of Wallingford. HEARING AID WEARERS Better service for your hearing aid means better hearing for you Be sure to visit our next Beltone Service Center GARDSTON HOTEL THURS., DEC. 21 10 a.m.-12:00 #/*.'.I«>.Y#. SURVIVE Donald E. Hoffman P. O. Box 1203 Spencer, Iowa 51301 BY JUNE STEINBORN Extension Home Economist Emmet & Dickinson Counties By now Santa is surely packed and ready to take off on this yearly trek. Oh, I hope you've all been good this year— it's a little late to get on his list now. Isn't it great not to have to worry about the weather—Santa always gets through— remember he has Rudolph! EVERYWHERE YOU GO this time of year, you hear the lovely Christmas songs. It's a beautiful background that really sparks the Christmas spirit. One of our favorites has always been "Til be Home for Christmas." This year those poignant words are almost more than we can bear. This will be our first Christmas without our Susan. We realize many, many of you readers are also having a first sad Christmas. But as impossible as it may seem, there will still be the traditional Christmas in our homes — the tree — presents — family and friends and Christ­ mas cheer as usual. Those dear ones who are absent will be with us every minute in our thoughts and hearts while we celebrate the birthday of the Christ Child. FOR A YEAR I'VE HAD many a good chuckle over this story—now it seems that time to share it with you. Every Christmas Eve at our church we have a delightful family hour. Everyone comes from babes in arms to oldsters. Reverend Wirtz always has a short presentation for the little folks- very informal — involving them with questions concerning the Christmas story. Last year one of his questions was, "Who came to see the baby Jesus bearing gifts?" They settled that question in short order; all agreed, "The Three Wise Men." But when he asked what gifts each Wise Man brought, that took a little more pondering. Finally one small voice called out, "Gold." A little later another voice came— "Myrrh." It was the third gift that seem­ ed to stump them. When we were almost convinced they needed help with that one, a little voice settled the matter quite adequately, to the delight of all, as he called out from somewhere in the crowd— "FRANKENSTEIN." PAUL AND I WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND TO ALL OF YOU A MOST BLESSED AND MERRY CHRISTMAS! ELCW Has Installation, Sing Christmas Carols Singing of a hymnfest and installation of officers were on the program for Estherville Lutheran Church Women Thursday at Bethany Hall. Christmas carols were sung in the hymnfest and Mrs. Dale Moore read from the Ideals Christmas Book, "The Story That Never Grows Old." A film was shown, "Christmas in the Arts," concerning art and music inspired by the first Christmas. Mrs. Oscar Engebretson, Mrs. Elmer Adams and Mrs. Arthur Valen sang. Anna Circle with Wilma Gronstal as leader was in charge of the program. .. New officers were installed by, the Rev. Osjcar Engebretson. Installations ' were made of Mrs! Norman Ej-ansdal, president; Mrs. Bruce Anderson, vice-president; Mrs. Curtis Meyer, secretary; Mrs. William Johnson, treasurer; Miss Gronstal and Mrs. Gladys Tweedt, secretary of education; Mrs. Judith Skog and Mrs. Edna Moritz, secretary of stewardship. Worship meditation was given by Mrs. Elmer Iverson. Christmas goodies were served which had been brought by members. Miss Gronstal and Mrs. ArtBrin- gle were on the hospitality committee and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Fransdal poured coffee. Graettinger Recent guests at the home of Markley Ennen at Buffalo Center were Mr. and Mrs. John Ennen and family of Graettinger: They celebrated the birthdays of John Nelson, Kathy Dierks, Diane Winter, Debbie Blomster and Randy Ennen. CHARMS FOR MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER Delightful boy and girl charms of 14 Kt. white gold overlay with bracelet in Sterling. From our selection of fine quality jewelry. Name and Birthdate Engraved at No Extra Charge. B00NE JEWELRY 11 South 6th Street beautiful boutique collection. Choose costume jewelry, lingerie, handbags, gloves, scarves and more to make her Christmas a merry h LINGERIE SLIPS-PANTIES $1.00 $io!oo •JljfJ COSTUME " JEWELRY $1.00 t° $5.00 GLOVES $2.00 to $15.00 free of course ' Christensen's of Estherville 4

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