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Thursday, December 21, 1972
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Celebrate Silver Wedding at Elks ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., PEC. 21, 1972 Page 2 Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haukoos celebrated their silver wedding anniversary with a reception at the Elks Club Dec. 10. Hosts for the event were their children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Yon Kagen. Mr. arc Mrs. Bruce Andersen, Chris. Sharon, Jane and K'joe rt Haukoos. Their sons, Gene and Dear Haukoos, stationed at naval bases in California, were unable to attend and telephoned congratulations. Guests were given servings from a three-tiered cake decorated with yellow flowers which was cut by Mrs. Wayne H&ukoos. Mrs. Dennis Kausemiin pouned coffee and Debra Haukoos served punch. Mrs. Bri>:t Aroersor. was ir Urge Members Read. Write Creatively Discussion of tie pn- grarr, and creative writing was held by the Currtzc Topics Tit- pamrierr. "-nt Aarair's Dur Monday, a: zne narjM a? K.-s Raipi. Li? oanaarcsc :ra ir»e:_m£:. Fearjr- tiar news wti presCTie-: htJpi Jcinnsnr. *nr t s.* ELS .? or of -fK tmn rt*snjf prae-tir arc SugEesziorif w>ert roaat sanssn- cii trit iip-tsjiar i'3B vrntr * >tri I.eyinaic rt£sr>r:>:x i: wrm s.;inif tt JDJ . pus-vy 3- pr:sH ar. ary J&n. l^eor Bja«i prtsernsc tit xrit Lifrn: anc tit L-ife af zm W'arii. ' itsacnurf fari"erT.inf tnt D :r.! Hie lilt af Jesus wt'rt reus r.< MTE .;;s- Opyt. i-unsai... Mr^. Margaret Ast- tiurr. tort Stepitei Engtisiad an: Mrt. Ijidiut Mr"f- l-uvilis; jomaoi'. sanr ••'rio.-y Nigrt" witt. recorded at- 'jumuaiiinien". Tut prug.-air, wai coTi'jiuoec viit int tirif inr a''jur- uii DJ tnt grouj. atic a Christina* prayer ov Mrs. BiaKt. Tnt nosiest was assisted ny Mrs. Lucille .lotmboo and Mrs. Man* Oiaur.. Auxiliary To Send Gift* Giftt. lor shm-ins and hospitaJ pa'.ienu wet inadt by Waliing- iorc Legion Auxiliary at a meeting lit':. 12. *>ot«iuo:< o. f S—^ wat madt for CiiriBttiiat gift* lor shm-im. Ten au:;a.r i it iv ifb sent lot gifts 'u: patiemt a; Oft "veterans Hos- pia»;. l*t Moines and a SC ehfeck it to v. ben: lor the district president projbtrt. fourteen members were ir attendance. Mrt. Irygve )jb.rb<M won the door prize and refreshments were served by Mrs. Emmet Koifbor: and Mrs. Vernon 'Jorre- son. The CUE lorn of wearing the wed- dins ring oc the bride's left hand originally wat meant to impjj bubniistion to the hu6tjar«3 in an age when the right hand stood for power and authority. King bearers first joined wedding parties in medieval Italy when pagti: of weH-t/xlo households were given ihe duty of carrying tfae ring to the altar on a satin pillow. IIIIIIIIHIItlHIIUIIUIimiUmilMUMMIiMII I—0AIL AILY NEWS An independent newspaper published "Monday through Friday," except principal holidays, excluding February 22 and Veterans Day. Second class postage paid at Estherville, Iowa. Published by the Estherville Daily News, Division of Mid- America Publishing Corp., 10 N. 7th St., Estherville, Iowa 51334. Subscription rates: City of Estherville, Armstrong, Hingsted, Terril and Graettinger, delivered by carrier, 60 cents per week; $7.80 for 3 months, $15.60 lor 6 months, $29.70 year. By mail in Emmet and bordering counties: $15.60 year, Zones 1-8, $19.50 year. Fred E. Williams, Publisher; Charles Ostheimer, 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. IIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIII charge of registering guests. Sha- rcrr. Haukros. Oris Haukoos and Becky Green opened and displayed gifts. Mrs. Vem Yon Hagen, Mrs. Darja Mortimare and Mrs. John Frlesner assisted ir. the kitchen. G-jests iron-: Conger, M:nr... Des Moines, waliingford and Esther* ille attended. Superior Rolls Out Red Carpet Mr. and Mrs. Haukoos married 25 years ago a: sor, ar, Dec. T. Kis parents were .lack- Mr. and Mrs. Otis Haukoos were their attendants. They have made their home ir. Esther* ilie since their narriaee. Carol Higoint, Editor Is Engaged To Korean RINGSTEP - Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jorgensen announce the engaeemer.t of their son, Rodney, and Miss Yu Hwa Hyong of Seoul. Korea, who plan to be married ir, the near future. No definite date has been set. His address is: Sp-4 Rodney L. Jorgens*n. 4S1-T0-21S9, A Co. Mis; inf. (M^ i>d Inf. Div., APO Sari Francisco, Calif. 96251. POLLY'S POINTERS Cord On a Reel A Real Fine Idea By POLLY CRAMER DE.AR POLLY—I was bedridden for sis months after u. atnomobiie accident. My husband had a 25-foot cord tur. or the phone to it eouid be brought to me when I •whstsc *:• tali to someone After I was up and around, tbe cord kepi tangling and was most aggravating. I "Jiciugbt of rjttiTig the cord on a reel like my electric Fweeper has >c> I went to the appliance store, bought h reel sad put it on the phone It works like a charm. T^se card is ou: of the way at all times, but when I want U: -ate the pb -xie aa>-wbefe in the house. 1 can. and when r. is rsr-zued to its permanent location I jerk the cord a goes back into the reel and out of the way. 25 Wli belt -BECKY ir someone else as it has me.- Polly's Problem • v'y--m * DEAR POLLY—My sis-year-old son's artificial leg s -sars out the kDeesof his pants. I am desperate. I zji Jcmger know what to do*about this. I have tried putaci" iron-on patches on the inside of the pants at th* ciiees but this also wears through and I do not like to send him to school with patches. I simply do not know what to do and hope someone can help me scon —MRS. M. DJLAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve is with the permanently pressed clothing and bed sheets that are a blend of 50 per cent cotton and 50 per cent polyester. After a few washings and wearings the clothing pills with tiny balls appearing all over. 1 have noticed toe 100 per cent cotton permanent press things do not pill but the material is stiffer and not as nice to the touch as the blends. The blend also launders better and does not wrinkle as much evet though both are permanently pressed — but those pills" are terrible.—MARION DEAR POLLY—A friend of mine has a lovely and thoughtful thing going. Since the birth of her daughter 17 years ago. she has made most of her clothes and has saved scraps from each outfit. "Way back, a particular quilt pattern was decided upon and ever so often it has been added to by using combinations of fabrics from the daughter E various outfits. The quilt is now almost a complete size and when the daughter is married she will have B lovelv memorv quilt. Is there a nicer expression of one's Jove'—GLADYS DE.AR POLLY—I am answering the reader who wanted to remove a smoky 'pipe and cigarette) smell from her upholstered furniture. For years we have used cold water and ammonia (clear) to"freshen up our furniture and rugs. too. Also, there is nothing better than ammonia for washing windows.—MRS. E. O. DEAR GIRLS—A tablespoon or so of ammonia in a small open bowl of water will dissipate tobacco odors and can be ieft out all the time. When trying the ammonia and water on upholstered furniture do first test on an inconspicuous spot and be careful not to soak the piece.—POLLY DEAR POLLY -If your car has an outside antenna, put your roll of paper towels over it the next time you are washing and waxing the car. The towels will not be blown away, will not get wet and you have easy access to them to speed your drying— K. E. SIGHT AND SOUND: SPEEDWAY SAVE M25 NOW the better way ON AMERICAS ONLY TRUE SPORT SNOWMOBILE! TEST RIDES ALMOST ANYTIME IT'S PERFORMANCE WILL AMAZE YOU! LAST MINUTE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS? SIGHT & SOUND OPEN SUNDAY I TflL 6 P.M. MUNTZ STEREOS - RECORDS TAPES and ACCESSORIES SNOWMOBILES, SERVICE & ACC. HOUSE OF SIGHT & S0UHD 1027 CENTRAL - ESTHERVILLE MR. AND MRS. FaneArd Miner will entertain' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bair and family of Martin, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miner and family of Ruthven and Richard Miner and children for Christmas dinner. CHRISTMAS guests at the Herman Kimball home will be Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Larson and sons of Commancbe, Kathryn Kimball from Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kimball and family. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Billing's and sons will spend Christmas day at the Dwight HiUard borne in Montgomery. MR. AND MRS. Allen Boe and son of Minneapolis will come Friday to spend the Christmas weekend with Louie and Dona Stolp and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boe, and family at Sberburn. CHRISTMAS dinner guests at the Jim Peterson home will be Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wee and Kenny of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Max Peterson of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomson. MR. AND MRS. Dale Barber and family will attend a Barber family Christmas party at the Shelter House in Storm Lake on Christmas day. MRS. ROSE BUELTEL wi 11 entertain her family for a Christmas dinner on Sunday. Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bueltel and family of Terril, Mr. and Mrs. Delano Hclmers and family of Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dahl and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fredericksen and family of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bueltel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bueltel and family and Pat Bueltel. MR. AND MRS. Harley Ficken had her mother, Mrs. Mabel Pickering of Terril and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pickering of Estherville for an early Christmas gathering Wednesday, Dec. 20. On Christmas evening their children will all be home. They are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ficken of Independence, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and Carrie of Gilmore City, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Russell and family of Estherville and Duane Ficken of Cedar Falls. MR. AND MRS. Donald Foster will entertain Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Schmidt and family for a Christmas dinner on Sunday and on Christmas day they will join the Foster family group at the Lyle Foster home in Pocahontas. MR. AND MRS. Daryl Gross and baby of Spirit Lake, Norman Gross, Joyce and Linda will all be at the Lester Gross home Christmas Eve. MR. AND MRS. Charles Hasbrook will go to their daughters' home, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Gaskill at Garwin on Friday. They will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hasbrook of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Bienert of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Franck of Cedar Falls and Mr. GaskiU's mother, Mrs. Bob Paul, and Dennis Gaskill of Webster on Saturday for a Christmas dinner. Christmas Dinner Planned Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson will have their family home for an early Christmas dinner Saturday. Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. James Welton, Nancy, Marsha, Linda and Mike of Algona, Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bach, Julia and Jennifer of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Skip Wolverton, and Chip of St. Paul, Mrs. Johnson's brother, Richard Fowler of Ormsby, Minn., and her mother, Mrs. George Fowler of Fairmont, and Mrs. Noah Rugtiv, Estherville. THE REV. AND MRS. FRED Sawyer had an early Christmas in Bloomfield with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duff Weede. MR. AND MRS. David Larson of Creston will arrive Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Larson, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hoffmeyer. CHRISTMAS dinner guests at the Virgil Johnson home were Mr, and Mrs. Bill Logan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bollman and Scott of Ruthven and Mrs. Esta Johnson. CHRISTMAS guests at the Harvey Svenby home will be Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Langfeldt of Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. David Stowe and family of Osakis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Langfeldt of Spencer and Mrs. Dora Langfeldt. MR, AND MRS. David Nygaard, Jim and Dennis Nygaard will observe an early Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nygaard, on Saturday. CHRISTMAS EVE guests atthe Orville Olesen home will be Mr. and Mrs. David Olesen and Randy of LeMars and Mrs. Marie Olesen of the Good Samaritan Center in Estherville. Christmas day guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pattison and family and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pattison and daughter. CHRISTMAS day guests at the Harold Peterson home will be Mr. and Mrs. Gary Peterson and boys of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kuhse of Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. George Moritz of Milford, Mrs. Grace Wittstruck of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. John Wittstruck and Scott of Syracuse, N.Y. EXPECTED Christmas guests at the Charles Leupold home are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Leupold and John of Carlisle, Hazel Leupold of Riverton, Wyo., Ruth Leupold of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kerstetter of Charles City and Mrs. Jessie Grantham of Spirit Lake. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Boyde and Jerry of Arbuckle, Calif., will come Saturday to spend a week at the Donald Powell Jr. home. They and Mr. and Mrs. Powell and children will be Christmas dinner guests at the Donald Powell Sr. home. CHRISTMAS guests at the Mervin Roach home will be Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roach, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dahl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roach and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Roach, Ellen Schroder and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Grems, all of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Moore of Wall, ingford, Debbie and Wade Roach. SUNDAY guests at the Loren Wahlman home will be Mrs. Mamie Wahlman and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wahlman and family of Milford. MR. AND MRS. Mervin Roach and family will be Saturday night supper guests at the Merrill Houseman home in Spirit Lake. EXPECTED Christmas dinner guests at the H. D. Griffee home are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ferrin, Brian and Melissa of Urbandale, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Danielson, Carmen and Michael of Centerville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warrington of Anamosa, Mrs. Nancy Scott, Tonja and Travis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dice and family of Lake Park and Mrs. Cora Griffee. THE L0CKH0RNS U-21 "HERE COMBS LEffOV WITH HI5 CHf?l5TMA6 LIST' •"•ABOUT THIRTY DEGREES TO 5TAR0PARP." 1 DR. AND MRS. LOUIS Burch were in Wayne, Neb., Sunday to attend the graduation of their son-in-law, George H. Jones of Wayne, who received a bachelor of arts in education degree. BOB REED of Manchester and Jack Reed of Chicago are coming this weekend to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reed and Timothy and other relatives. JAN ANDRE will spend a week during the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Andre. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Bishop and Jeanette of Royal will come Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell. From here they will go to Sherburn to visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Clancy and other relatives in Minnesota. MARY MA LONE Y is coming Friday from Washington, D.C., and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Guge from Sioux Falls to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mike Maloney. Other Christmas guests of the Mike Maloneys will be Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hatland, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Heidenwith and Vincent Maloney. GIFT'CERTiriCilTE 'Want us to play Santa for you this year? Phone or see us for our Gift Certificates, any amount, and your shopping worries will end where our personal service begins! A Gift from Chri«ttn««n'» It A Christmas Tradition. Christensen's of Esthorvlllo PHONE 3«.JIS3 Avoid the Christmas call Planning on calling out-of-town friends and relatives during the holidays? Christmas and New Year's Day fall on Monday this season. So why not dial your calls on the weekend before the holidays when circuits are less busy? Then you'll be sure of dialing right through without delay. Another tip: Get out-of-town phone numbers now. There's no charge and it's easy to do: First dial 1, then the area code of the city you want, then dial 555-1212. You'will reach Directory Assistance in the distant city. Just ask for the phone number of the party you want to call. And of course Dial Direct. It's the fastest way to get out of town. Happy holiday calling! (2j) Northwestern Bell

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