i / GraeUinrer ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 27, 1972 Page 4 Dinners Highlight Christmas Gatherings for Graettinger Residents Mr. ang 'Mr*.. Kenm*. ,v>nspr and sor ;V*T,. Vrv. 1 *\tti( ,'MV sen, Mr. »iv" Vrs. .ifthr, C\t>mpn- sao V<fS l*-?;; »<wvt tn: Hitvix Ci ^i visi; Mr. tint \',rs. Jvnr. RkiuirSs.'ir.. XT:, tint. "M:-s. t'ifm IM$ witvkfiu »•; tht hAnv A ft". *ic Vrs. £nhn-. Sarrinptr sac: :xrr N SfcJinh. K»r. Tttt *cjf. Xrs. V.i:J).- 0»f«r Nka&Me. .V!rrM>T. «-. jkTc V.r>.. ^ctlc m.ir. M~itrtx+ V»f.r2i >7 ant t*« it .OKs*: >4iTiT,„ &nc Mr. i.TC >Kr#-. Sonrtu .lahnsor ire lor: Knr *<r-; OhrJsCroa* «7Jft -I> IT. rh;' hilTTK iX" \Cr. at toe *T Urj'.TK-f I\ ."fenr, h.-»7iw. Mrs. .'<t*7:. Hi .-KTrifii s :"<:irrr«c Mr. M £ Wr*. i*Veror Xisser and Kind.* ani Mr. &ns Mr*. Norrr^is \is->fcr. ins f«n:5y »*re Chrismiis eve jswi-t* is jfte Ann* Mssc-- boms. the borof of Mr. and Mrs. Ccsary? Tonderisri were: Mr. ana Mrs. Curtis TooSermr. su: fsxnilv of Arm strode: Mr. and Mrs. Sill Johnson and family, Esfterville; Mr. and Mrs. Georpt Torrieruni nnti turnip, T>rriV. Mr.ArvSMr*.. Purl * iteor. *n*3 Amity OoJo- rwto; Mr. *i*5 Mrs. Ropf" tVw- rtfruTT »w: tetnilj Jr>v-r <5row H^iphtx. St. ¥*ui. Minn.. Mr. siWi \irs. 'tVmnj TYmflrrunv, TVr- rii; Mr. *TVC Mrs. T»rry; TVs>A>rurr: unci K>fe, \rrr.>n-oets., i"»W )r. V .vi iw Af WiJttv.. U.. JWX 3 Sterj! Tflf«*ffrurrv. Vmcs. rairiscmts fucst? *t the bww «" Mr. Mrs. ClArwv-e M 'f.stf *Vi iurJudfi. Mr. »ro Mrs. V^R.-? MfsIfAj- *na f*!r41> of rrorn^iiurj:; Mr. ana Mr*. Jim TVwwH. S>r. *n£ fan*.)!*. Mr. and Mrs. rvw ;"amil,v, rmr ^i'ishurir: Mr. ariS Mr*. H «T>- Vmbrf'il ATia fair.ilj. Vrnrnets- t*ur£, *ni Mr. an£ Mrs. Jim Do- ..""hrjstriss ifc* ^riDf r >rues js in t>c bosnt .x Mrs. Mxr> Oirist- ifeTis .ir »*rf; Mr. arc' Mr*. W all- art" .icihr.sa-i, Sand>. Jjlif and ,t*CQWlirif- d C 'tcsT Lake. Mr. aic Mrs. Harols Sampson. Rox- aiBK. .iar >M arto Ciadj of Esther- ri'iie^ Mrs. SuA Christianson, Lave Side Nursirg boiw, Em- roetsburj;. Mr. ani Mrs. Rudolph Chrjstiaafon of Ruthwn. Mr. and Mrs. MarlinMcCullah and family of Spencer were Christmas jruests in the parental James Jensen home. Mrs. Henry Poppinga, Alvin Poppinga, Mr. and Mrs. Kennetti Knudtsan all erf Graettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Darr and Tracy, ArleDe Poppinga of Estherville, spew CJuristmas ETC in the home <* Mr. and Mrs. Dale Christen$en of Lakota. Also there were Mr, and Mrs. Bob Christensen of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Henry Poppinga and Alvin went to Pocahontas to attend the annual Popportga Christmas par- Mrs. Loren Nelson and daughter Twila visited in Sioux City. Christmas day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haakon Thoreson were, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ernst family of Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. James Thoreson, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thoreson and Don, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thoreson and family, Mankato, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boomgarden and family, Monticello; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Perm and Jason of Des Moines. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ennen over Christmas weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dierks and Kari and Tom Ennen of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, Austin, Minn.; Rex Ennen, Forest City. On Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. John Ennen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dierks and Kari and Tom Ennen, Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and Rex Ennen were Christmas guests in theMarkley Ennen home in Buffalo Center. Jackie Ennen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ennen accompan- Superior Christmas at Superior Mr. and Mrs. Randy Qhn and Ryan of Vinton were Christmas weekend guests at the Jack Tatman home. The Ohrts and Tatmans were Saturday night supper guests of Marlene Tatman of Windom. Sunday they all attended at Brunsvold family gathering at the New Inn. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brunsvold, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ruth of Spencer, Bonnie Ruth of Tampa, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Mark Demerest of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Schmidt from Virginia, Lt. and Mrs. Doren Tatman and Kimberlyof Enid, Ok la., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmidt, Diane and Ronnie of Spirit Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Schmidt and family of W or thing- ton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Doren Tatman and daughter will spend a week at the Tatman home and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Overeen of Spencer. On Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Tatman and Marelene were dinner guests at the George Leininger borne in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatman of Corpus Christi were also Christmas guests at the Leininger home as were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Guritz and Clarissa of Estherville. Mrs. Edna Show entertained ber family, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Show and family of Hartford, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Howard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Kepler and Gretchen of Esthervilie and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Show and family for Christmas dinner on Sunday. Edna Larson of Van Nuys, Calif, was a guest at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Daryld Fredrick, and the Dr. Paul Larson home in Estherville for a week before Chrits- mas. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cother spent Christmas eve and day at the Frank Lorenzen home at Storm Lake. Christmas eve supper guests at the Daryld Fredricks home were Darwin Fredrick of Fremont, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kilgore and family, Mrs. Vera Fredrick and Mrs. C. V. Kilgore, all of Estherville, Louise Dammon of Emmets burg and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Fredrick and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sternberg and family of Des Moines were weekend guests at the Garhardt Jensen home. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Jensen and family were also supper guests Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Garhardt Jensen attended a family gathering at the Hans Blass home at Cylinder on Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Saha were Christmas dinner guests of her sister, the Ed Montgomery family of Dolliver. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perkins were Christmas eve supper guests at the Ralph McDonald home in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Galbrith of Sac City were also guests at the McDonald home. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins were Christmas dinner guests at the Harry Perkins home. ied Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dierks to Marshfield, Mo., to visit in the Paul Dierks home until after Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Eodger Proch- niak, Cara Lynn and Brent of Sioux Falls, S.D., arrived at the parental John De Varies home on Saturday to spend Christmas. Other guests on Christmas eve and day were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Patrick, Chris, Anne and Michele of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peyton, Cylinder and John DeVries Jr. Christmas day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thu were Mr. and Mrs. Milo Peters, Kim, Mark Dean, Debbie, Laurie and Danny of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Enns, Johnny and Carla, Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thu, Greg, Pane la and Marsha and Ronnie of Graettinger and Mr. and Mrs. James Thoreson of Forest City. Christmas eve guests in the parental William Rooney home were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Olson and son of Rings ted, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rooney, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rooney of Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rooney, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rooney of Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rooney, Armstrong and Tom Rooney. to the navy, Tom Rooney was recently stationed in San Diego and is waiting further assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Jacobson entertained for Christmas supper their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jacobson, Michael, Connie and Ronald of Lakefleld, Minn. Mrs. William Fuller of Estherville spent Christmas day at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Westfall. Tom Westfall and Mrs. Ann Tanner of Anaheim, Calif., recently visited at the parental Edward Westfall home, returning via plane on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Robinson and daughter, Tonia, were week end visitors at the Lee Robin- zier and family of Renwick, Mr. Dunn of Braettinger were Christson home. and Mrs. L. B. Sevatson of Wall- mas day guests at the Ray The Rev. and Mrs. Don Glo- ingford and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glozier home^ Visit the Colonel for your New Year's Special December 27 to December 31 on a BUCKET or BARREL with this coupon. No substitutions. Offer ends DEC. 31. onaTHRIFTBOX with this coupon. Nosubstitutions. Offer ends DEC. 31. 25< on a DINNER BOX with this coupon. No substitutions. 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