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J* * 1» t * * C^ni "Moore, Arlen Quastad Hold Yuletide Wedding Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 3, 1973 PflgC 2 Mrs. Baumann Recuperating in Denver With color accents of red in their yuletide wedding, Coni Jo Moore of Dolliver and Arlen Dean Quastad of Armstrong were married Dec. 22, 1972, in Armstrong. The Rev. Travis Cannaday officiated at the 7:30 p.m. ceremony held at Dolliver Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore of Dolliver and Mr. and Mrs. Max Quastad of Armstrong. MUSIC FOR THE candlel it service was performed by R a n d y Yackle, organist, with Bill Hansen singing "Cherish" and "Precious and Few." The bride wore white organza in a floor-length gown in A-line silhouette. The sheer bodice was highlighted with white satin ribbons and daisies in vertical design. She carried a bouquet of red and white roses and wore a veil held by a high crown of lace flower design. Her jewelry was a pair of diamond earrings, a gift of the bridegroom. Attending the bride were Judy Rasmus sen as maid of honor and Mrs. Ted Moore. They were attired in pink, floor-length gowns with the bodices fashioned of burgundy velvet and pink veils. They carried bouquets of red and white roses. LaKaye Quastad, in a similar floor - length frock, served as flower girl. DARWIN QUASTAD served as best man and Dave Rezac as groomsman. The bridegroom and male attendants wore double- breasted black jackets with belled black trousers and pink, ruffled shirts. Paul Sherling was ringbearer and ushers were Greg Moore and Murray Quastad. Honored guests for the service were Mrs. Ervin Sabin, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Long and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore. Mothers of the bridal pair wore floor- length dresses; the bride's mother having chosen pink knit and the bridegroom's mother burgundy knit After a reception in the church parlors, the newlyweds left on a short wedding trip to Mankato. They are now at home in rural Armstrong. The new Mrs. Quastad is a graduate of Lincoln Central and is enrolled in a secretarial course at ILCC, Emmetsburg campus. The bridegroom, a graduate of Armstrong, farms and is employed at carpentry. Lakeshore Holds Coffee 'As you Are' Members of Lakeshore Country Club met for a come-as-you- are coffee at the home of Mrs. Jim Simon for December. Mrs. Kenneth Thiel received a heart sister gift and heart sisters of the previous year were revealed with a gift. Guests attending were Judy Jorgensonand Mrs. Mildred Duer. Members present were Mrs. Zelma Brown, Mrs. Lois Harvey, Mrs. Esther Shultz, Mrs. EWora Hanson, Ida Harvey, Mrs. Karen Hanson, Mrs. Gertrude Harvey, Mrs. Pauline Harvey, Mrs. Doris Klingbeil, Mrs. Harriet Brown, Mrs. Grace Klein, Mrs. Irene Gosch, Mrs. Evelyn Simon, Mrs. Hermina Whitehouse and Mrs. Marie Thiel. Jensen, Sigwalt Are Engaged Jo Ann Sigwait, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tucker of Jefferson, is engaged to Gary L. Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Jensen of Armstrong. The bride-elect is a 1971 graduate of Paton-Churdan Community School and is attending Iowa State University. Her fiance, a 1969 Armstrong High School graduate, attended ISU and will be employed in farming this spring. The wedding date has not been set. (Photo by Guckeen's Studio) Mr. and Mrs, Arlen Quastad Recipe of-.the Week Family Will Love These BY JUNE STEINBORN, Extension Home Economist Emmet and Dickinson Counties Talk about convenience cooking— and your family will love them— ' CHEESE WEDGES 1 pkg. buttermilk refrigerated biscuits V4 cup melted butter l h cup grated cheddar cheese Separate biscuits, roll in melted butter, then grated cheese. Place on a greased cookie sheet. Bake 12 minutes at 400 degrees. Serve at once. Julie Ann and Gary Plan Feb. 24 Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Torreson of Wallingford announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Ann, to Gary Lee Blagg, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Blagg, rural Estherville. Miss Torreson, a 1971 graduate of Lincoln Central High School, also graduated from Medical Institute of Minnesota in June. She is presently employed at Estherville Medical Center. A 1969 graduate of Lincoln Central, Gary is now a senior at Iowa State University at Ames. A Feb. 24 wedding date has been set. JO ANN SIGWALT POLLY'S POINTERS Pecan Picker has Stain Problems By POLLY CRAMER Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—Please tell me how to remove pecan stains, especially from cotton wash-and-wear things. 1 have been picking pecans and there are many stains on my towels, clothing, etc.—OLLIE DEAR POLLY—Mary L. who wanted to know how to prevent the aluminum trim on her table from staining her arms could coat the aluminum with clear lacquer or clear nail polish and find either works fine.—BARB Mrs. E. T. Baumann of Estherville was released from a Denver hospital Dec. 30 to the care of her daughter who resides in Denver. She had been visiting her daughter when she was hospitalized Dec. 23 for what was diagnosed as bronchitis, pneumonia and near heart attack. She will not be able to return to Estherville for two or three weeks longer. Her address is in care of Mrs. James Hazel, 1606 S. Fairfax Street, Denver, Colo. 80222. MARILYN WEINSTONY returned Tuesday from Rembrandt where she has been vacationijig with relatives. She is a student teacher at McKinley School. CRAIG CHRISTENSEN and Jack Christensen returned home Monday after a 10-day trip to Colorado Springs where they visited an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen, and did sightseeing. Womm\ VtWd, Carol Higglnt, Editor MRS. SUSAN HANDELAND returned Tuesday after a 12-day visit in Minneapolis with three daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cuff, and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Emerson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steele and children. DEAN HARVEY of Morris Plains, N.J., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harvey of Gruver were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell on New Year's Eve. The Harveys went Monday to Minneapolis where Dean Harvey was to enplane for New Jersey. BERN ICE CLARK took her houseguest, Alma Lee W h i t e, home to Boone today. THE REV. AND Mrs. S. E. Carlsen of Denison are coming Thursday to be houseguests of Mrs. Caroline Herbrandson and her daughter, Lillian Herbrandson. MR. AND MRS. DELLAS Kepler, formerly of 709 N. Seventh St., purchased a home at 1021 N. 10th St The former owners, the Randy Beavers, are moving to Whittemore. MR. AND MRS. BURTON Johnson entertained recently Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith and Geraldine Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. Don Lown of Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Ward Smith, Dennis, Paul and Gary, and Debbie Hauber and Clara Moltzen, all of Estherville. MR. AND MRS. LEWIS Harvey took Mrs. Harvey's mother, Mrs. William Stewart, to Blue Earth Saturday. She has been visiting for several weeks with the Harveys and other relatives. MRS. JESSIE CLOUGH has returned to her home in Eugene, Ore., after a visit here with her sisters, Mrs. Herb Whirley and Mrs. Mae Anderson, and other relatives. 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