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December 28, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

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Newlyweds Now Farming After California Trip (Photo by Guckeen's Studio) Mrs. and Mrs. John Anderson POLLY'S POINTERS Draw Drapes are Sheer Frustration By POLLY CRAMER Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—I have draw draperies at my windows and want to tie them back and hang sheers under them. My problem is 1 do not want to remove « the draw drape rod. What type rod can tjpur the^ § sheers on? My windows are the older type with two • together. Should I use two pairs of panel curtains or would it be better to get the wider width and have the opening between the two windows? This would cause trouble when the windows were to be opened. I hope some of the ladies can help me out for I have • several friends who want to do the same thing and : none of us know what to do.—JUNE DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve is with those dressmakers who do not return the unused thread on a spool. When 1 need a bit more for some small job like sewing on a button 1 have to buy another spool of thread to match the fabric. The dressmaker keeps the thread and 1 suppose she uses it when she makes alterations for someone else.—MILDRED DEAR POLLY—I am answering Mrs. A. R. A. who has a wood frame living room suite with plastic pads that will not stay in place. I think she should buy '/a yard of sheet foam rubber that is about 1/16-inch thick. Cut in three pieces and put one under each cushion. This treatment also keeps a mattress from shifting when plastic mattress and spring covers are used. Cut eight pieces, each a foot square, and place your pieces along each side between the spring and mattresses covers.—GRACE DEAR GIRLS—The blotter pad on my waxed desk top skidded here and there when I used my typewriter until I put one-inch squares of thin foam along each side. Mrs. A. R. A. could also make ties for each back cover of her seat pads, tie them around the back of the frame and make a neat bow at each tie. The same could be done at the front corners if need be.—POLLY DEAR POLLY—I prefer bathing my two-month-old baby in the kitchen sink and used a diaper under him for the first few times. This keeps baby from slipping and sliding but I have now come up with a better idea. I bought some self-sticking bath tub appliques and put them in the bottom of my sink. Not only do they look attractive but I do not have a soaking diaper to wring out after each bath. Needless to say, they also prevent many accidents.—S. 0. Visit the Colonel for your New Year's Special December 27 to December 31 ••••• save 50< • •••• save 25< on a BUCKET or BARREL with this coupon. No substitutions. Offer ends DEC. 31. onaTHRIFT BOX with this coupon. Nosubstitutions. Offer ends DEC. 31. on a DINNER BOX with this coupon. No substitutions. Offer ends DEC. 31. COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE ftntoky fried IM«K 1100 Central, Estherville - Phone 362-5351 Now farming in the Armstrong area are newlj-weds, Mr. and Mrs. M. John Anderson, who were married at Welcome, Minn. Dec. 16. The bride is the former Debra Rautenkranz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Eirner Rautenkranz of Welcome and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson of rural Armstrong. Officiating a: the ceremony, held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Welcome, was the Rev. Kenneth J. Hodum. Wedding music was sung by June Anderson, accompanied by Mrs. Krammer, organist. Attendants of the bride were Adele Timmerman of Truman, maid of honor, and Kathy Anderson of Minneapolis, a sister of the bridegroom. Her flower girl was Jodi Abel of Welcome. Dennis Porter of Red Wing, Minn., served as best man and Steve Heck of Spencer was groomsman. Ushers were Dan Rauienkranz, Worthington, brother of the bride, Gail Anderson of Fairmont, Richard Anderson of Ringsted and Dave Anderson of Dolliver. Guests were greeted at a reception in the church parlors following the ceremony. The bridal couple left afterwards on a wedding trip to California. The new Mrs. Anderson is a 1972 graduate of Welcome High School and has been employed at Smokey's Cafe in Fairmont. The bridegroom graduated from Armstrong High School in 1966. Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., DEC. 28,1972 Page 2 Garry and Suzanne Plan Spring Wedding Announcement is made of the engagement of Suzanne L. Hager of Soquel, Calif., to Garry W. Solmonson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Solmonson, Estherville. Suzanne is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hager of Soquel. Miss Hager, a graduate of Vt /oflteibj Carol Higgins, Editor Celebrate Holds Party Golden Year MARY AND PAT Mary Peck, Pat Connors Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peck, of Aurelia, announce the engagement, and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Theresa, to Pat Connors, of Estherville; the son of Mrs. Emmett Connors, of Barnum, and the late Mr. Connors. Miss Peck, is employed by Safeway Food Stores in Storm Lake; Connors is Program Director of KILR Radio in Estherville. A wedding is planned for April 28. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Christensen of Estherville will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at an open house Dec. 31 to be held at the Masonic Temple from 2 to 5 p.m. Hosts will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. George Hess, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Christensen, Ringsted. The J. P. Christensens have been lifelong residents of Estherville and were married here Dec. 27, 1922. Formal invitations will not be sent. The family requests no gifts. Its annual Christmas party was held Thursday by the Good Cheer Club with dinner at the Gardston Hotel. After a gift exchange, cards were played. Winners at 500 were Lambert Hermsen, Mrs. John Lamack, Mrs. Donald Kirchner and George Lauritsen. The door prize was awarded to Alfred Lauritsen. Attending were Mrs. Mack Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Kirchner, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pluth, Mrs. Earl Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Lauritsen, Mrs. Don Corwin, Mrs. John Lamack, Arnold Lamack, Mrs. Amanda Bra band, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lauritsen, Mr. and Mrs. Hermsen and Mrs. Olaf Gilbert. Mrs. Hermsen will be hostess for the January meeting. L0CKH0RNS YEAR-END CLEARANCE ON ALL MERCHANDISE IN THE STORE THRU DECEMBER 31st. DISCOUNT ON ALL TIRES IN STOCK M iGHfTIBLESl ESTHERVILLE Kultalas Visit Cedar Rapids Soquel High School, received A. A. and A.S. degrees in dental hygiene from Cabrillo College. She is employed as a dental hygienist for several dentists in the Santa Clara area. Garry is a graduate of Estherville High School and Estherville Junior College. He received a bachelor degree in physics and mathematics from Coe College, Cedar Rapids, and took graduate study at Iowa State University. For the past five years he has been employed as an engineer at Lockheed Missiles and Space Co. in Sunnyvale, Calif. Currently, he is also studying art. A spring wedding is being planned. Good Cheer Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kultala, Kathy and Danny, and Debbie, a student at Rochester, went to Cedar Rapids to visit Mrs. Kultala's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bard and her father, John Schlotfelu Among other relatives attending the Christmas celebration were Mr. and Mrs. John Kultala and Jennifer of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kultala andKari of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patton of Crooksville, Mo. The Pattons came to Estherville to visit Mrs. Patton's parents, the Kultalas, MR. AND MRS. Norman Farrand entertained Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anderegg and Eli of Iowa City, Glen Far rand of Des Moines and Mrs. Marie Aasby of Estherville for Christmas. MR. AND MRS. Glenn Hackett went to Terril and spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farmer and family. MR. AND MRS. Rolland Feger had as Christmas Eve guests Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sundal and Mrs. Walter Feger. Mrs. Ray Ross spent Christmas Eve with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ross, and Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ross. MR. AND MRS. William Zumach and Dennis had Christmas dinner Sunday at the home of their daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. MerwynHurlburt, Candyce, Andy, Tony, Terry, Christy and Stacie at Lone Rock. THE REV. AND Mrs. Neal Armstrong spent the weekend at Neola with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Armstrong. CHRISTMAS GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holmgren, Beth and Mark were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Peltz and Bruce of New Salem, N.D., the Rev. and Mrs. Walter Stahlecker of Mahnomen. MR. AND MRS. RALPH LaRue, rural Estherville, had as Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hoien, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schenck and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Smith. MR. AND MRS. DON Woodley entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Knutson, Ricky and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. John Barbari and Jeffrey of Coon Rapids, Mrs. Dolly Barberi of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Woodley, Mickey and Nicole Lynn. MR. AND MRS. ERLE RED> and Mr. and Mrs. David Gunderson spent Christmas in Lisbon with Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Wood, Jason and Jonathan. MR. AND MRS. EARL Ostheimer had as Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Whitacre and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irian Dalen and children, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Luhmann of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hockett and family of Estherville. JERRY NEPPL and children, Tony, Robbie and Joey of Little Rock, Ark., left Tuesday after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neppl, and other relatives. MR. AND MRS. HENRY Neppl held a family gathering Sunday for 60 relatives at the V.F.W. Hall with a potluck dinner and gift exchange. DR. AND MRS. DICK Gray of Waverly and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ohrtman and children had Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hupp. MR. AND MRS. STANLEY Myhre and Connie and Ronnie entertained on Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Myhre, Lea Ann, John and David, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Tredway, Kathy, Steve and Linda, Marvin Myhre and Mrs. Oscar Myhre Sr. MR. AND MRS. LOWELL Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanson and family were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanson at Graettinger for Christmas. MR. AND MRS. Roy Elwood returned home Wednesday from Grand Junction where they spent the Christmas holidays in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Reineman. MR. AND MRS. Ike Sampson were visited today (Thursday) by Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hanson, Greg, Kathy and Bradley of Sheffield. MR. AND MRS. Lewis Harvey entertained Mrs. Lloyd Handeland aCE .ore.st City. Mrs, JJande- land took her daughter and children, Mrs. Karen- Krpgh, Jerry and Kristian, Boulder, Colo,, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krogh, managers at the Emmet County Home. MR. AND MRS. RALPH Matheson, Greg, Jeff and Dawn of Roland spent Christmas Day with her mother, Mrs. Cora Bombarger. ATTENDING THE FUNERAL of Maurice Salyers Tuesday were his son, Joe Salyers of Los Angeles; Margaret Morris, Mrs. Fred Swank and Mrs. Barbara Bothweil, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Batman, Orrie Roe and Bud Pierson, Sioux City; and Mrs. Nellie Salyers, Wheeling, 111. MR. AND MRS. Merle Grems, Virginia, Douglas and Fred entertained at Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. Jess Rosburg and Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Campney, Dawn and Mickey of Milford, MR. AND MRS. LARRY Hanson and Laura of Mankato were here Tuesday visiting at the Ivol Clark home. They spent Christmas in the.Merlin Clark home in Wallingford. CHRISTMAS guests of the Carl Mathesons were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olsen and family of Downers Grove, 111., the Ralph Mathe­ sons of Roland, the Richard Matheson family of Bode, and Leonard Matheson and children, and Mrs. Sharon Tenhoff and children of Minneapolis and Cora Bom- barge r of Estherville. GUESTS OF MR. AND MRS. Francis Koenecke for dinner on Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nelson, DeSmet, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koenecke, Spirit Lake; Mary Koenecke and Merlyn Nelson, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Norris Anderson and daughter, Michelle, Mrs. Roy Bassett and Mrs. Maxine Ullensvang of Estherville. MR. AND MRS. ALLAN Billings, Tonya and Clint, of Dewitt, have been visiting in Estherville for a few days at the home of Mrs. Billings' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Lind. On Christmas Eve, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Barlow, of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lind, Stacy and Brian of Milford, came for supper and gift exchange. On Christmas Day, the Eldon Linds' guests were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barlow and Kathy, Mike Barlow and Carmen Minor, of Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Warrington Jr„ Susan and Mark of Blue Earth; Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ellingson, Steve, Kirsten, and David of Minneapolis. 3-BIG-DAYS THURSDAY - 9-9 FRIDAY -9-9 SATURDAY - 9-6 20,000" IN MERCHANDISE MUST BE SOLD 6 ONLY PONTIAC 100 per cent Nylon Velvet swivel rocker. Reg. 169.95, now 109.95. 2 ONLY PONTIAC Fur velvet rocker recliner. Reg. 269.95 Now 159.95. ONE ONLY. Rock Maple Tennessee Valley bedroom suite. 4 piece, Reg. 589.95Now 379.95. 35 ONLY Lane Cedar Chests, 6 styles. Reg. 109.95 Now 59.95. LANE & PETER REVINGTON Tables. Now Save 30-50 per cent. 2 ONLY Home Crest Recliners. Reg. 109.95 Now 59.95. CARPET SPECIALS. 2 Rolls Kitchen carpet, 100 per cent Antron Nylon, Reg. 10.95 Now 6.95. 6 Rolls indoor-outdoor, Your choice of colors— 6' & 12' wide - 1.88. Odds & Ends & pieces Values to $10.00 A yard now 1.98 yd. 1 Roll high low Foam Backed — 100 per cent Nylon Reg. 7.95 Now 4.95. 1 Roll Candy Stripe Foam Back- 100 per cent Nylon, Reg. 6.95 Now 3.95. Ends of Rolls of Linoleum and Counter top- Values to $6 a yard—Now 50 cents yd. All carpet pad — 65 to 90 oz. foam - YOUR CHOICE 99 cents yd. 1 LOT PICTURES and Plaques — 99c each— The Frames are worth more. LANE BOOZE CABINET. Reg. 349.95 Now 199.95. The complete Home Bar. BED FRAMES. Reg. 9.95 2 caster 3.95, Reg. 14.95 4 caster 6.95, Reg. 29.95 5 caster 14.95, Reg. 39.95 6 caster 19.95. SOLID ROCK MAPLE Dinette- '4 mates chairs— V2 price. 4 mates chairs— V2 price. REG. 20.95 Baby mattresses. \<i Price—10.49. SEALY POSTERPEDIC? Land- O-Nod Chiropractic? There's none finer than Restonics optho- tomic. They sell for 99.95 Regular. We can't cut the price but we'll give you a $50 bill if you haul a set home yourself. BUNK BEDS. 2 sets only. Reg. 199.95 Now 119.95. TWIN BED SETS, Complete, matt, bk. sp. frame and headboard. 49.95. Don't miss these. 1 Roll Orange & Black Shag- Reg. 8.95 NOW 4.95. 2 sets onlyRestonic Queen matt & Box Spring, Reg. 199.95NOW 99.95. 1 KING SET ONLY. Save $100. MISS MATCH MATTRESS & Box Spring. Values to 89.95- All to go at 29.95. Reg. & Twin size. Replace that old iron spring now. ALL (Not just odds & ends) pictures - mirrors - lamps plaques - Every One in stock— V2 price. Restonic famous Imperial mattress, Reg. 69.95 Now 50 cents on the dollar — 2 for 4 or V2 price - TAKE YOUR CHOICE Reg. 59.95 4 drawer chests — 6 only - 29.95. 1 GROUP Headboards - Queen, Reg. or Twin - >/ 2 Price. CARPET SHAMPOO waxes — All V2 price. Floor DAYSTROM DROP LEAF Dinette, 2 chairs, Reg. 89.95 Now 39.95. SAVE 30% - 50% & 70% NOTICE THERE'S ONLY ONE REASON TO HAVE A SALE - AND THAT'S TO SELL MERCHANDISE. WE'VE GOT THE MERCHANDISE AND THE PRICES. ALL THIS MERCHANDISE MUST BE SOLD BEFORE INVENTORY. PRICES ARE GOOD ONLY 'TILL SATURDAY AT 6 P.M. STORE WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 'TILL 9. ALL PRICES ARE CASH - NO FREE DELIVERY. EVERY SINGLE ITEM IS FULLY GUARANTEED AS FAR AS QUALITY AND PRICE. IF YOU CAN EVEN MATCH PRICES ANY WHERE ELSE, WE'LL GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY BACK. STOCKS ARE LIMITED - NO SPECIAL ORDERS AT THESE PRICES - ONLY MDSE. NOW IN STOCK. SEE BERNARD AT H0METIME ARMSTRONG, IOWA PHONE 864-3210

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