Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 20, 1972 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 20, 1972
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Kathryn Opheim, Michael Shultz Married at St. Patrick's Church ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC 20, 1972 Page 2 (Photo by Dave's) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shultz Three Bridal Showers Honor Coni Jo Moore Coni Jo Moore has been honored at three bridal showers. She will become the bride of Arlen Quastad, Dec. 22. A miscellaneous shower honoring Coni was held on Dec. 2, at the Dolliver Methodist Church. Hostesses for the event were Mrs, Lee HoU, Mrs. Marvin , Hunt, Mrs. Clair Moore, Mrs. Mervin Rajsmussen, Mrs. Marge Sterling, Mrs. Joe Sampson, Mrs. Wilburn Swanson, Mrs. Arnold Tangeman, Mrs. Galen Weber, Mrs. Wayne Wicks and Mrs. Gene Yackle. Corsages were presented to the bridi -to-be; her mother, Mrs. Robert Moore; her fiance'smoth­ er, Mrs. Max Quastad; and grandmothers, Mrs. Ervin Sabin, Mrs. Ralph Long, and Mrs. Virgil Moore. A reading on marriage was given by Mrs. Gene Thiesen of Myrtle, Minn. Deanne Yackle, accompanied by Randy Yackle, sang "Morning Has Broken." A game was played and prizes were presented to the bride- elect. Coni was assisted in opening her gifts by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ted Moore; and Cathy Finnestad. Lunch, in the brides chosen colors of pink and burgundy, was served. On Dec. 10, a kitchen shower for the bride-to-be was held at the home of Mrs. Jim Rooney. Hostesses were Judy Rasmussen, Gloria Juhl, Sharon Rooney and Kathy Lenox. Guests attending were Kay Kirchner, Colleen Klingbeil, Mrs. Nona Stow, Connie Kay Moore, Diane Hoganson and Sue Tangeman, Those sending gifts were Pam Martin, Karen Juhl, Holly Kaltvedt and Jane Montgomery. Refreshments in the bride's The bride's chosen colors were used in the decor of refreshments. A brunch was held in Coni 's honor on Dec. 16, at the home Of Mrs, Ted Moore. The future bride, her mother, and her fi­ ance's mother were presented with corsages in the bride's chosen colors. Upon arriving, the guests were served from a colorful table. Coni opened gifts assisted by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ted Moore. Those present were the bride, her mother, her fiance's mother, Mrs. Quastad, and LaKaye; Mrs. Ervin Sabin, Mrs. Ralph Long, Mrs. Virgil Moore, Mrs. Arnold Madsen, Mrs. Gordon Culbertson, Jeanie and Diane, Mrs. Harold Long, Mrs. Gary Prince, Mrs. Don Howard and Kathy. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. EldonAanonson. Estherville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to William L. Martin Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Martin of Boone. Miss Aanonson is a graduate of Lincfoln Central High School and Iowa State University. She is presently attending the University of Denver. Her fiance, a graduate of Boone High School, now attends Iowa State University. No wedding date has been set. BARBARA ANN AANONSON Recipe of the Week A Time for Turtles By JUNE STE1NBOHN, Extension Home Economist Emmet and Dickinson Counties Why don't you make your own candy turtles? Verdell Monson, Armstrong, sliares with us— TURTLES Vz Lb. soft vanilla caramels 2 Tbsp. heavy Cream or Carnation milk 1 cup pecan halves 4 sq. Hershey chocolate chunks Melt caramels with cream; cool about 10 minutes. Place nuts on waxed paper in groups of three; spoon caramel mix over nuts, leaving tips showing. Let stand till set (about half an hour). Meanwhile, melt chocolate over hot water; cool till lukewarm. Spread over caramels. Makes 24. Kathryn Diane Opheim and Michael Joseph Shultz, both of Estherville, were united in marriage Dec. 2 at 2 p.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The Rev. Laurence Burns officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Opheim, Coon Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shultz of Estherville. ROSLYN LARSEN, Ringsted, played bridal music and accompanied Jon EUerston, Ringsted, who sang " Wedding Song" and "The Wedding Prayer." The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore an ivory gownofpeau Women/! Carol Higglnc, Editor EHS Grad Is Engaged To IUinoisan Mr. and Mrs. E. Eugene Hoffman, Farmer City, 111., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ellen Elizabeth, Villa Park, 111., to Michael D. Buckley, Villa Park, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Buckley, Estherville. Miss Hoffman is a 1967 graduate of Moore High School, Farmer City, HI., and a 1971 graduate of Western Illinois University, Macomb, 111., with a degree in business education. She is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She is employed by the Gillette Company, Chicago, 111. Buckley is a 1967 graduate of Estherville High School, and a 1971 graduate of the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., with a degree in journalism. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He is employed as sales promotion manager of the Vance Publishing Corporation, Chicago. The couple is planning an April 28 wedding at the Farmer City United Methodist Church. MBS HOFFMAN de soie, trimmed with Chantilly lace. Her juliet headpiece was of matching lace accented with seed pearls. It held a two-tier bouffant veiJ of hand-finished imported English illusion. She carried an arrangement of yellow roses and white carnations. Maid of honor was Karen Opheim, Coon Kapids, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaid was Katy Boggess, Estherville. Sara Sidles served as flower girl. Their dresses, made by Irene Anderson of Wallingford, were fashioned of green velvet. Each wore a pearl necklace, a gift of the bride, and carried a nosegay of mint green carnations, yellow roses and white and yellow daisies. Personal attendant for the bride was Mrs. Robert (Barb) Brown, Forest City. ATTENDING THE bridegroom were his brother, Pat Shultz, Estherville, best man, and David McBreen, Spirit Lake. Mike McBreen, Spirit Lake, was ring- bearer. Ushers were Bob Mayer, Bill Haigh, both of Estherville, and Jim Anderson, Spirit Lake. The mother of the bride wore a navy blue and white, floor- length dress in empire style. A floor-length gown in beige was worn by the mother of the bridegroom and both had corsages of yellow roses and mint green carnations. GUESTS OF HONOR were the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. NelsEllingson, Buffalo Center, and the bridegroom's grandfather, Bert Shultz, Estherville. For a reception following the ceremony at the Parish Center, hosts were Mrs. Ruth Brown of Estherville and Dennis Opheim of Decatur, Ala. Jane Lindholm presided at the guest book. Gifts were opened by Mrs. Tom Opheim, Mrs. Dale Brandt, Becky Bonnicksen and Barb Foth, all of Estherville. Gift carriers were Mark Opheim, Roger Anderson and Chuck McBreen. THE FOUR-TIERED wedding cake was made by Mrs. Jim McBreen, Spirit Lake. Mrs. McBreen and Mrs. George Opheim of Moline, 'Hi., cut and served the cake. Green candles and bouquets of the bride and her attendants were used in decorations ofthe bridal table. Coffee was served by Mrs. Leonard Anderson, Estherville, and Mrs. Wesley Anderson, Wallingford. Punch was served by Mrs, Ed Harvey, Gruver. Waitresses were Patty Hanson, Debbie Thiel, Janet Domino and Rachel Groth, all of Estherville. AFTER A SHORT wedding trip, the couple are now at home at 1009 Fifth Ave. N., Estherville. The bride is a 1972 graduate of Estherville High School and is presently employed at Davies Insurance Service. The bridegroom is a 1972 graduate of Estherville High School and is attending ILCC at Emmetsburg. A Brownie Christmas Party Those impish grins above are just what one can expect from a troop of Brownies. They are members of Brownie Troop 115 who have been having a Christmas party at the home of their leader, Mrs. Mark Martyr, held Monday. Inthe front row, from left, are Brenda Long, Jodi Dieken, Tammy Worms and Shari Bisgard, with Marilyn Peterson almost behind her. In the second row, from left, are Nichole Nelson, Lorraine Ukasick, Pam Winer and Melissa Martyr; standing at left is Joan Gesiriech and at right Patty Potratz. Helene Miller and Sandy Langfitt were absent - Photo by Jim Ferree Personal Mention THE 10CKH0RNS Mrs. James Johnson In Minneapolis Hospital A former resident of Estherville, Mrs. James Johnson (Eileen Klein) of Minneapolis is a patient in Eitel Hospital. Her address is Mis. James Johnson, Eitel Hospital, Room 411, 1317 Willow, Minneapolis, Minn. 55403. She is reported in good condition. EINER JENSEN returned home last weekend from Sioux Valley Hospital where he has been undergoing treatment the past three weeks to alleviate injuries sustained in an accident last winter. MRS. PEARL BAMMER held a birthday dinner Sunday honoring Mrs. Lucille Smith of Spirit Lake. Other guests were Mrs. Irma Mileham and Mrs. Elmer Meiner. MR. AND MRS. John Isebrand received word that they are grandparents. A daughter weighing 5 pounds, 6 ounces was born Dec. 19 to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Isebrand of Grant Falls, Mont. MR. AND MRS. Ellard Sorbo and Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sorbo, Curt, Kim and Kelly of Terri) and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sorbo and Lynette went to Lake Mills Saturday to attend a Christmas gathering of 25 relatives at the home of Malmin Anderson. MAR GO AND KARRIE Isebrand of Fairmont visited Mr. and Mrs. John Isebrand Tuesday. MRS. DENA MARTINSON and Mrs. Mildred Martinson and Linda had Christmas dinner last Sunday at the William Rasmussen home at Gr'aettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Johnson of Mallard were also guests. (2-20 'I'LL BF RIGHT BACK AMP I WON'T VO ANY UUNBCB66ARY SUYIU.G UHLES6 IT'S ABSOLUTELY MECE56ARY." © for Christmas give the best. r— im Line Exercises Really Work You can become a "new" you with our program of exercise. Equipment is the finest for all -over and spot reducing. See for yourself. Stylist Beauty Salon 21 North 6th Street Phone 362-5528 i- candies delicious on purpose. ABDALLAH FUN FACTS DID YOU KNOW THAT— 1) Abdallah's is sold exclusively at Novelty Nook in Estherville— 2) Abdallah's only buys the best ingredients available. 3) Abdallah's still hand dips some candies. 4) Abdallah's visually inspects every piece of candy before you buy it. 5) Abdallah's guarantees you that every piece of our candy is kitchen fresh and delicious on purpose. STOP IN FOR A TASTE. IF YOU DON'T THINK THIS IS THE BEST CANDY IN ESTHERVILLE; WE WILL BUY YOU A DIXIE CREAM DONUT AND A CUP OF COFFEE. NOVELTY NOOK 1126 CENTRAL AVENUE • ESTHERVILLE

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