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Marilyn Kirchner, Leerar Wed Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., »KC. 27, J072 I' age Z Marilyn Kirchner, daughter of r. and Mrs. Don Kirchner of ruver, and Roger W. Leerar of rltt were married Dec. 9 at nited Presbyterian Church, nnrer. Parents of the bridegroom are lr. and Mrs. William Leerar of ritt The Rev. Seal Armstrong per- >rmed the ceremony at an altar ecorated with evergreen ranches highlighted with pink alls and white doves. Musical elections were by Mrs. Steven Colton of New Hampton, organist, and vocalists, Janis Long horn and Sandra Rose. "They Will Know We Are Christians" was sung by the congregation. Her father gave the bride in marriage. She wore a gown of white woven polyester crepe, which she had designed and made. It had long, fullsleeves, fitted bodice and A-line skirt falling from the raised waistline. Venise lace was used in edging the attached chapel train. Her jewelry Mr. and Mrs. Roger Leerar Recipe of the Week Hot Breads Make Meal Hot breads make a very ordinary meal seem special. If you like onion bread, here's a delicious "quickie" for you— QUICK HOT ONION BREAD 2 medium onions 3 Tbsp. margarine 2 cups biscuit mix Two-thirds cup milk 1 egg 1 cup dairy sour cream l /2 tsp. salt 1 Tbsp. poppy seeds Slice onions thin; separate into rings. Heat in fat but not till soft and brown. Combine biscuit mix and milk as to directions on package Spread in a greased pan; top with onions. Beat egg with cream and salt, spoon over onions; sprinkle with poppy seeds. Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes or until topping is set. Couple Wed in Nebraska Ronald L. Martinson of Spencer, former resident of Esther- vilie, and Helen Brown of Lincoln, Neb., were married Nov. 25. The Rev. Elmer Shaw officiated at the ceremony at Trinity Methodist Church in Lincoln. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, Lincoln, and Mrs. Leonard Martinson of Spencer and the late Leonard Martinson. The Martinsons lived in Estherville during Ronald's early childhood and he attended IIIIMIIIMIIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMI grade school here. George Davis, brother-in-law of the bride, was vocalist. The bride's sister, Mrs. George Davis, was matron of honor and Mark Higgins was his brother-in- law's best man. The newly weds will live in Puerto Rico until May. The bridegroom is in the V S.N. Seabees. was a locket belonging to her mother and she carried a nosegay of carnations and holly. JoAnn Kirchner of Gruver at- tened her sister as maid of honor and bridesmaid was Mrs. Michael Crotty of Milwaukee, Wis., sister of the bridegroom. They wore gowns of hot pink crepe and carried nosegays of pink and white carnations. Each had a silver broach, a gift from the bridal couple. Candlelighters were Kayleen and Kenneth Kirchner, twin sister and brother of the bride. Marvin Leerar of Burke, Va., attended his brother as best man and Darrel Kirchner of Gruver, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Guests were ushered by Marcia and Paula Kirchner, sisters of the bride, Raymond Leerar, brother erf the bridegroom, and James Sorenson. The bride's mother wore a floor-length gown of pink and black and the bridegroom'smoth er chose brown. Their corsages were of pink carnations and holly. Special guests were the bride's grandmothers, Mrs. Mack Ellis and Mrs. George Kirchner, both of Estherville. At the reception following the ceremony, guests were registered by Darlyce Hamann of New Hampton. Dining room hosts were Mr, and Mrs. Frank Ramsey of Estherville. The cake was cut and served by Mrs. Darrel] Kirchner and Mrs. Raymond Leerar. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Marvin Leerar and punch was served by Isabelle Ramsey of Gruver and Evelyn Aibers of Spirit Lake. Waitresses were Lori Davids, Para Leerar, Susan Anderson, Cindy Asmus and Debra and Sandra Rose. Gift carriers were Larry, Bob and David Kennedy. The bride is a graduate of Mankato State College, and she had served as Chickasaw and Bremer County Extension Home Economist. Her husband attended Waldorf College and Iowa State University. He is engaged in farming. After a wedding trip to Hawaii, Mr. and Mrs. Leerar will be at home at Route 2, Britt. Gus Holmgrens Hosts for Christmas POLLY'S POINTERS Polly Fan Provides Wool Allergy Tips By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—I want to tell Tony that I. too, am allergic to wool sweaters and even inside linings to winter coats. I relined one sweater with a soft material. She might even double a lining for her wool cape if the material used is thin. I had to remove the wool interlining from my winter coat and replace it with heavy gray COTTON flannel. Even the inside of my high winter boots causes me trouble and I am planning to put an iron- on type tape inside them over the bands of wool. I do hope that a lining will solve Tonys cape problems.— SYLVIA • - ••••••wK ^K ^^ns Polly's Problem ~-^mw:^rrr:^^ DEAR POLLY—Our home is covered with white aluminum siding. Ever so often our paper boy hits the house with the newspaper. The black newsprint makes black marks on the siding and I have tried manv things but nothing takes them off. Can anvone help'me?—MRS. C. A. L. 1 DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve is with manufacturers who put coupons inside the package with their products. It is not very pleasant to start eating your cereal or mixing vour cake batter and find a coupon stuck to the side of "the bowl.—BARB DEAR POLLY—On a very rainy day I was to attend a large gathering in an auditorium where I would be sitting close to others. There was no place to leave my dripping umbrella. I went into the washroom where there were several blower- type hand dryers, partially opened my umbrella and kept turning it in front of a blower until it was about dry. I did not have a dripping umbrella when I took my seat in the auditorium. 1 Another helpful Pointer is 1 that I put a large trash can . . liner in my shopping cart and tape it to the top edges. Those large bags are so helpful for carrying laundry to the basement and manv other household uses.—LOREEN THE LOCKHORNS "ALL MY MONEY ? OH, I*AA AFRAIP YOU WANT TO SEE MgS. LOCKHORH. 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, Rings ted, Terril and Graettinger, delivered by carrier, 60 cents per week; $7.80 for 3 months, 915.60 for 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 Osthelmer, Managing Editor; Richard Myers, Advertising Director; Gladys Strelff, Business Manager; Donald Stof- feL Production Manager. Member of Associated Press, kma 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. Mnmummmmuimimmimumm YEAR-END CLEARANCE ON ALL MERCHANDISE IN THE STORE THRU DECEMBER 31st. DISCOUNT ON ALL TIRES IN STOCK ESTHERVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Gus Holmgren, Kathryn and Karen entertained on Christmas Day the Holm grens' son. Ken, of Tulsa, Okia., Mr. and Mrs. John Holmgren, EvansvUTe, Minn., and the Rev. and Mrs. John Perry - . Sharon, Forrest and Roy of Truesdale. Ken is a December graduate of Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, CWa., and Sharon Perry, his fiance, will graduate from OR I" next May. MR. AND MRS. LEVI Larson entertained Mr. and Mrs. David Larson of Creston, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Larson of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zitterich and family of Terril, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Larson and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Quastad and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pilquist and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Larson and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and family. KARLA MILLER and Don Onnen, students at the University of Iowa, are spending their Christmas vacation at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert K. Miller. PVT. FIRST CLASS Larry A. Kibbie is home for the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kibbie. He has been serving since June 7 in the U.S. Marine Corps, stationed at Camp Pendleton, Calif. His address upon his return after New Year's Day will be Company B (REIN), 9th Motor Transport Battalion, 1st Marine Division, FMF, Camp Pendleton, Calif. 92055. VlfWrX Carol Higgins, Editor MRS. ROBERT ANDREWS, Richard and Kimberly of Des Moines had an early Christmas Saturday with Mrs. A. C. Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andrews and Louise. MR. AND MRS. BOB Gray had as Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Beck and Jeff of Story City, Mr. and Mrs, Dale Anderson of Lewis, Mary and Margaret Gray, students at Mankato State College. MRS. A. J. COLEMAN gave a party honoring Mrs. Dennis Loewenberg of Escondido, Calif., Saturday. Guests were Mrs. Allen Sherling and Kathy Jo, Mrs. Gerald Pluth, John and Judy, Mrs. Charles Mace and Kyie, Mrs. Roy Christensen, Mrs. EdChris- tensen, and Mrs. Ted Burns. MR. AND MRS. DENNIS Loewenberg, Sarah Jane, Kevin, Kenna Kay and Lynn of Escondido, Calif., are leaving today (Wednesday) for their home after a visit with the Ted Bums family and Mr. Loewenberg*s mother, Mrs. Frances Loewenberg. MR. AND MRS. A. J. Coleman had as Christmas Eve guests Mrs. Kathy Heidecker andltobyn, John Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sherling, Paul and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pluth, Julia and John. MR. AND MRS. LEE MOORE, Connie and Ronnie, Estherville went to Jefferson to attend the funeral Saturday of their cousin Clarence Huss. Mr. HUBS died at the age of 72 on Wednesday following leg surgery. MR. AND MRS. LESTER Hulsman, Peggy and Michael left Tuesday for their home in Wellsburg after spending Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bush. GLEN WILLIAMS left Tuesday for his home in Des Moines after spending a few days with his mother, Mrs, Lillian Williams. MR. AND MRS. LEO Clare were Christmas hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ellis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilberg of New Richmond, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kannenburg of Spirit Lake and Hazel Murphy and Mrs. Pearl Tusler of Estherville. MR. AND MRS. JERRY Hood had as Christmas guests their children and families, John Hood, who is on leave from the U.S. Navy serving on a carrier at Athens, Greece; Don Hood of Mesa, Ariz.; Mrs. Coleen Potter and Jeffrey of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hood, Mike and Steve of Topeka, Kan.; Jim Hood of Collegeville, Minn., and Pvt. Mary Hood of Presidio, Calif. Jim Hood is leaving this week for Palm Beach, Fla., to take college study in biology. JOE SALYERS, Los Angeles, To Be Honored Calif., came Saturday, called by tteteth of his father, Maurice ^ Q ppn # 0|w<? CHRISTMAS GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Hoffmeyer were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mixell and children of Fulda, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Hoffmeyer and family of Dunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoffmeyer, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zweibahmer, Milford, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Marriott of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoffmeyer of Alpha, Minn., and Mr. and Mr6. John Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kamrath, former residents of Estherville and Sherburn, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Jan. 6. Now residing in Herman, Minn, they will be honored at open house at the V.F.W. Hall at Morris, Minn., from 2-5 p.m. with their children as hosts. Allspice comes two ways— In whole berries and in ground form. Yes, this is the week to save! Yes, this is the place to come! We've got fabulous clearances I 1 D ./.L«. c: D i i Jacket sale. Get 'em while we've still got the holiday spirit. Now 14" to $ 24" REG. $22 to $35. Plush acrylic piles, classic wool meltons and tweeds, even some ski jackets are included. Sizes for misses', and juniors. Lots of colors and styles, but get here early for best choice. Broken Sizes Reduced LADIES RAINWEAR Reg. 13.99 Reg. 22.99 Reg. 25.99 MO 88 $ 17 88 $ 20 88 Junior Sizes 5 to 15 f*)QQ t ( / LADIES SKIRTS *3 W f0 *6 LONG SKIRTS & PLAZA PANTS Sizes 10 to 16 SfQOO LADIES BLOUSES, KNIT TOPS & DRESS BLOUSES S.M. 4L. $2" JO 5 6 88 LADIES SLACKS & JEANS 1 Rock of Broken Sizes |Q $$^8 LADIES DRESSES LARGE ASSORTMENT Junior, Misses, Half Sizes REDUCED TO CLEAR Little Girls - Cotton SLACK SETS 88 4 to 6x Reg. 5.00 GIRLS SWEATERS Values of 4.00 to 5.00 88 Sizes 7 to 14 GIRLS SKIRTS $2 88 & *3 GIRLS DRESSES One Rack Sizes 3 to 6x & 7-14 REDUCED TO CLEAR 88 Girls Sizes JACKETS & COATS $ 6 88 to $12" MANY MORE ITEMS REDUCED TO CLEAR SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY JCPenney We know what you're looking for.