Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 4, 1973 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, January 4, 1973
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• 1 Honor Merl Landmessers On Emerald Anniversary (Photo by Palmer's Studio) Mr. and Mrs. Mori L/andmesser Plans for Making Bibs Discussed by FB Women Plans for making bibs were made at the meeting of the Executive Committee of Farm Bureau Women Tuesday in the Farm To Be Married To Winter Next Summer Mr. and Mrs. William Helmich of Estherville announce the engagement of their daughter, Diane Ruth, to Rodney Eldon Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Winter of Jackson. Miss Helmich is a 1972 graduate of Estherville High School. She is presently enrolled as a freshman at Iowa Lakes Community College and a part- time employe of the Golden Sun Farm Service in Estherville. Winter is a 1971 graduate of Estherville High School. He is > presently enrolled as a sopho- Linen SnOWer more at ILCC and a part-time Bureau Office. Mrs. Stanley Jensen, county chairman, conducted the meeting. Bibs are to be made to give residents at Good Samaritan Center. The group also decided to purchase a United States flag for the Farm Bureau office. Other plans for the year inr eluded stressing ''Our Farm Bureau" at the township meetings during January and the annual Fall Bus Tour. Mrs. A. B. Rosenberger led devotions and Mrs. Chester Anderson read the minutes of the last meeting. Mrs. Rosenberger served refreshments to those present, Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. G. 0. Bonstead, Mrs. Aadne Ness, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. E. B. Burg, Mrs. J. P. Christiansen, Mrs. Earl Stick and Mrs. Amos Egeland. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Landmesser were honored at open house for their 40th wedding anniversary the evening of Dec. 29 at the V.F.W. Hall. Hosts for the emerald anniversary celebration were Mr. and Mrs. David Landmesser of Norco, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powers, St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jones, St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunt of Muscatine. Approximately 200 guests were greeted by the dining room hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Hoganson, and were registered by Mrs. Florence LeMaster. Organ music was provided by Mrs. Gladys Erpelding and several songs were sung by Gene Sweely, soloist Dick's Trio provided music for a dance following the open house. Seasonal decorations were used. The four-tiered anniversary cake was baked and decorated by Dick Egertson. Mrs. J. D. Webb and Mrs. Max Soeth cut and served the cake and Mrs. Francis Donahue served punch. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Leonard Ness and Mrs. Carol Hoganson. Mrs. Ralph Rouse and Mike Landmesser of Norco, Calif., opened and displayed the gifts. Waitresses included Mrs. Bill Snyder, Mrs. Stephen Martyr, Mrs. Terry Koenecke, Marty and Monica Landmesser of Norco, Calif., granddaughters of the honored couple. Special guests were Mrs. Nora Landmesser, mother of Mr. Landmesser, and sister, Mrs. Joe Faisst, bridesmaid at the wedding. Out-of-town guests came from Wallingford, Dolliver, Superior, Gruver, Spirit Lake, Mallard, Terril, Fort Dodge, Webster City, Ringsted and Warrensburg, Mo. Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., JAN. 4, 1973 Page 2 Honored by Calls on 89th Mr. and Mrs. Jens Christensen Open House Observance For Golden Anniversary Vl /onten4 Carol Hlgglns, Editor Honored employe of the Superior Coop Elevator. A summer wedding is being plained. MKS HELMICH Barb Bloomquist was honored with a linen shower Dec. 27at the Norman Ohlund home. Hostesses were Mrs. Norman Ohlund and daughter, Nan Jill. Corsages, in the chosen wedding colors of pale blue and white, were presented to Barb, her mother, Mrs. Norman Bloomquist, and her fiance's mother, Mrs. Roy Nissen, Graettinger. Barb was assisted in opening her gifts by friends, Ellen Bergeson, Susan Tvedte and Myrtle Nissen, her fiance's sister. Guests other than those mentioned were Melinda Nissen, Mrs. Lonnie Bloomquist, CathleenGif- ford, Mrs. Ron Smith, Jane Hammond, Marsha Bothwell, Jill Short and Sue Rullestad. Miss Bloomquist will be married to Dale Nissen in Am-jl MISS LONG Tell Betrothal Of Miss Long Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Long announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda, to Lynn Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson of Watertown, S.D. Miss Long, an EHS graduate is now a senior at South Dakota State University. Her fiance has attended SDSU and this fall will be at Northern Texas State Uni- Mr. and Mrs. Jens P. Christensen were honored at an open house held Sunday afternoon at the Masonic Lodge inobservance of their golden wedding anniversary. Hosts for the event were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Christensen, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hess. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen were married Dec. 27, 1922, at noon at the farm home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hornby, east of Estherville. Attendants of the couple were his brother, the late Andrew Christensen, and her sister, Eva Hornby, now Mrs. Homer C. Munson of Oklahoma City, Approximately 200 guests called during the afternoon to extend their congratulations. Registering the guests were grandsons of the couple, Don Hess and Steve, Roger and Dean Christensen. Another grandson, Wayne Hess, . took pictures throughout the afternoon. Serving punch were Nancy Hess, granddaughter of the couple, and Barbara Torrence. Pouring coffee were Mrs. Luella Smith, Mrs. Loren Nevill, Mrs. Hannah Shaw and Mrs. Clyde Sanborn. The four-tiered cake was cut by Mrs. Earl Hornby, Mrs. Harris Myers, Mrs. Birger Handeland and Mrs. Einer Christensen. Dining room hostess was Mrs. Frank Fuss. Mrs. Kenneth Meadows had charge of the kitchen, assisted by Mrs. Lehman Rovn, Mrs. Walter Wittneben, and Miss Dorothy Fear. The Rev. Richard Pearson, pastor of the United Methodist Church, where the Christen- sens have been members since their marriage, gave a short message and prayer. Out-of-town guests were from Kansas City, Fort Dodge, Armstrong, Havelock and Ringsted. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Christensen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hornby Dec. 27, in Spencer. On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Christensen entertained members of their family at a dinner at the Estherville Golf and Country Club. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Hess, Don, Wayne, Nancy, and Barbara Torrence, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Christensen, Steven, Roger, and Dean. To give yeast breads a rich glossy color, brush with beaten egg about 15 minutes before end of baking time. Mrs. Martha Sunde had telephone greetings on her 89th birthday from her sisters, Mrs. Inga Glenndenning, Rapid City, S.D., Mrs. Anna Richardson, Olympia, Wash.; her niece, Mrs. Verna McMillan, Rapid City, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bourne, Rapid City; Mrs. Athlyn Theitge, Olympia, Wash.; and from her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sunde, Colorado Springs, Colo. SCOTT WILLMAN of Ringsted spent the weekend at the home of his aunt, Miss Ida Harvey. LONNIE AND JOHNNY Jenkins of Spirit Lake spent the weekend at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. George Grems. MRS. D. A. MURPHY and family went back to Janesville, Wis., after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lyman and George Lyman and daughter, Kathryn. STAFF SGT. DENNIS MAHIN and Alice Leverett, both of Colorado Springs, and Steve Birney of Iowa City are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mahin, Sharon and Sheila. ' MARY BURGE and Tena Bugg, both of Fort Dodge, came Tuesday to attend the funeral of LeRoy Dahna. They are houseguests of Mrs. Mabel Brady and Mrs. Esther Lee. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT Gray took their daughter, Mary Gray, back to Mankato State College Tuesday. DERRICK AND ROBIN Will- MR. AND MRS. DUANE DAHNA man of Ringsted spent the past have purchased the Delias Kepler week at the home of their grand- home at 709 N. Seventh St. and mother, Mrs. George Harvey, have moved in. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM Joor, Billy and Jim of Arlington Heights, 111., were recent guests at the Carl Rosenow home. They attended the wedding of Mrs. Joor's nephew, Scott Benjamin, and also vlsted the Jack Benjamin family. MRS. JOHN TWEEDT returned Tuesday from Round Lake, HI.,., where she spent the past two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Delbert C. Nelson, and Cathy and other relatives. MRS. MARK ZIEMER, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Baumann will return from Germany Saturday. Her husband is to be transferred back to the United States in February and Mrs. Ziemer will remain at her parents' home until his return. MR. AND MRS. KENNETH Roberts of Meriden have moved to 1003 First Ave. S., Estherville. The home was vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Tredway. MRS. LYLE SCHULTZ received New Year's greetings by telephone from Mrs. Willa Warner in Scotsdale, Ariz., Mrs. Harriet Knode, Pomona, Calif., Marjorie Goering, Orangey ille, Calif., and Wiley Van Eman, Anaheim, Calif. MR. AND MRS. DARRELL Kirchner of Gruver entertained for New Year's Day dinner Mr. and Mrs. Russell Klinkenborgand sons, John and Todd of Rushmore, Minn., Mrs. Anita Arens and Melissa and Dennis Vos- brugh of Worthington, and Ken, Marcia, Paula and JoAnn Kirchner of Gruver. THE L0CKH0RNS "OF COURSE I WOULPtfT TRADE YOU IN FOR RAOOEI. WELCH. I'P KEEP YOU FOR A SPARE." Heat Alone Cant Keep You COZY! You need a HUMIDIFIER Li (,l owe Model [ J<J MEN'S ZIPPER OVERSHOES black rubber boots. Choose packaget of 25, 40, 60, 75 and 100 watt Sylvania Soft White bulbs. 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