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January 8, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

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Barbara Lynch, David Alig Wed In Ceremony with Christmas Accent Personal Mention FSTHF .RVTLLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 8, 1973 Page 2 Brown Grandchildren to Inauguration Two young people of Estherville, Barbara Ann Lynch and David Lee Alig, were married Dec, 23 in a setting with Christmas accents at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Estherville, Father Lawrence Burns performed the double-ring ceremony at 11 a.m. The bride is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch and the bridegroom is son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Alig, all of Estherville. MUSIC INCLUDED solos of "More" and "O Perfect Love," sung by Bob McGuire of Des Moines and the songs, "For All We Know" and "Song of Ruth" by Jeanine Halverson. Debbie Tholkes was organist. Servers for the ceremony were Jeff Schultz and Randy Guerdet. The birde selected for her wedding an all-white gown of velvet and peau de soie. The formfitting empire bodice was finished with high ruffled neckline and full, bishop sleeves accented with velvet cuff and tiny buttons. The floor-length, A-line skirt was paneled in velvet and peau de soie trimmed with Venise lace. Her chapel-length mantilla, edged with matching lace, flared from a tiara of velvet and Venise lace. The bride carried colonial nosegay of white roses, miniature lavender feathered carnations with white stephanotis, baby's breath, holly leaves and white pine tips. Her matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Leon Geitzenauer of Clear Lake. Bridesmaids were a sister of the bridegroom, Diane AUg of Estherville, and Mary Kramer of St. Paul and Mrs. Rich Studer of Estherville. They wore identical gowns of deep lavender crushed velvet bodice over a floor-length divided skirt of light lavender crepe, accented with a layer of chiffon. They carried deep lavender pom pons with white flocked evergreen, holly leaves, white pine tips and white starburst pom pons in colonial nosegay. Each attendant wore a silver necklace, a gift from the bride. BEST MAN attending the bridegroom was Larry Nurre of Es- therviWe. Groomsmen, all otEs- therville, were the brother of the bride, Dick Lynch, the bridegroom's brother, Mike Alig and Rich Studer. Ushers were Tom Lynch of Indianola and Don Lynch, Estherville, brothers of 1 (Photo by Berg Studio, Fairmont) Mr. and Mrs. David Alig WmhL Carol Hlggint, Editor the bride, and John Alig, Estherville, a brother of the bridegroom. They wore tuxedos of gray Edwardian style, accented with black velvet lapels, with gray flared pants. Their shirts were purple with ruffles edged in black with which they wore black velvet bow ties. Mrs. Lynch, the bride's moth­ er had chosen a long, lavender knit dress with bishop sleeves dramatized by a long vest of lavender and metallic gold brocade. Mrs. Alig, mother of the bridegroom, was gowned in a long, light blue knit with long, fitted sleeves and full A-line skirt. ABOUT 275 people were entertained afterwards in a reception at V.F.W. Hall. Honored guests were the grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Agnes Foley of Bancroft and grandparents of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hanson of Esth'erville and Mrs. Jane Alig of Whittemore. Laurie Lynch and Lisa Allen, both of Estherville, attended the guest register. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. James Tholkes, Mrs. Hugh Allen, Mrs. Frank June Reports Snowmobiles Popular BY JUNE STEINBORN Extension Home Economist Hope to see you at our January meetings. We'll be talking about the "Irresponsible Consumer." We have good colored slicks to present and this is your chance to air your gripes. By the time the afternoon is over, maybe we can change the title to the "Responsible Consumer." Dates: Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. Spirit Lake Extension Office. Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., Estherville — DEK Building. Hope you'll join us! IF I WERE to bet on the most popular Christmas present this year, I'd put all my chips on SNOWMOBILES. Phew-Santa's sleigh must have been loaded! They look like such fun— what a sight as they glide across beautiful frozen Lake Okoboji. But old practical me has to get her nickel's worth in with some advice — just like a back-seat driver— but these are words of advice from Dale Hull, Extension Agricultural Engineer at Ames, and I'm sure they are worth passing along to you enthusiasts. "Fun and safety can go hand in hand in snowmobiling — if you think ahead. "First — think about keeping warm—think of the wind-chill factor. For instance, if it's 20 degrees out and you're snowmobiling at IS miles per hour, the temperature you feel is 6 •degrees below zero. If you're going 30 miles per hour, you'd feel at 18 below temperature. So protect yourself from bottom to top (don't forget your nose— I would think of that item) from both cold winds and possible accidents. "And speaking of accidents, watch loose, dangling apparel. Those long scarves may be very chic, but MANY FATAL cases of strangulation have been caused by them. So keep the long ends tucked inside your outer garments. "Then — what about driving ability? Snowmobile drivers should be as skillful as drivers of any other vehicle; they are not a toy. If you drive along any public road in Iowa, YOU'RE REQUIRED to have a driver's license. Otherwise you'll have to stick to more'remote areas, backyards and pastures. "If the latter is your route, THINK AHEAD about hazards that might lurk in such places. Sorry, but trees, rocks and stumps won't give an inch, and fences that are not easily seen can be a real danger too. "For further safety, it would be wise to carry an extra drive belt, and be sure there's plenty of gasoline," My, didn't 1 sound knowledgeable? Thanks to Dale Hull. But with such precautions you'll have many, many hours of smooth sledding— "on your merry snowmobile." JUST AS I finished writing this I got to wondering if "that Paul" or Santa was trying to give me a sly little message this Christmas. Nope, I didn't find a snowmobile in my Christmas stocking — instead, soft recliner chair and some new knitting needles! I'll have to give that idea a little more pondering. THE L0CKH0RNS "GOOD THING A&0OT LEROY IS THAT HE'LL EAT ANYTHING COOKEP IN WINE'." 1 -4* ME SAYS HE HAS AN ACUPUNCTURE MARRIAGE— GOT 6T0CK." Kramer, Mrs. Earl Neppl, Debbie Wycoff and Debbie Platter. Wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Jack Platter and Mrs. Merle Johnson. Serving coffee were Mrs. Bob Fischer of Granville and Mrs. Don Conrad of Lake City. Julie Lynch, Kate Alig and Tammy Platter served punch. Gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. Darrell McCleish of Des Moines, Mrs. Tom Lynch of Indianola, Mrs. Don Lynch and Bev Lynch of Estherville, FOLLOWING a wedding trip to Chicago, the bridal pair are now at home at Green Acres Village in Estherville. The bride, a 1970 graduate of St. John High School in Bancroft, is presently employed at Emmet County Courthouse. The bridegroom graduated in 1970 from Estherville High School and attended Iowa Lakes Community College. He is presently working with Studer Construction in Emmetsburg. Nancy and Craig Brown, grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown, Gruver, will attend the Nixon inauguration Jan. 19 and 20 as members of the North High School band of Des Moines. Nancy plays clarinet and Craig plays the French horn. Transportation for the band to the event is being donated by the Ruan Co. of Des Moines, which is employer of the children's father, Leroy Brown. MR. AND MRS. Adolph Molacek are visiting in Garden Grove, Calif., with their son, Steve Molacek, and family. MR. AND MRS. George Green returned from Ottumwa where they were visiting friends. MR. AND MRS. JOHN BUSH received word that they have a great-granddaughter, born Jan. 4, 1973, weighing 7 pounds, 4 ounces, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Phipps, Cherokee. She was named Molly and has two brothers and one sister. MR. AND MRS. Larry Bortvit, Lynette, Lachelle, Lacinda and LeAn of Dunnell, had as guests recently Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mix and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fisher, Jodi and Starla of Armstrong. The occasion was the tenth birthday of Lynette Bortvit. MRS. BEVERLY HA GEN returned to her home at Alden, UK, Saturday. She has been a visitor of her sister, Mrs. Richard Ringel, since the funeral of her mother, Mrs. John Weir. Among other relatives from out- of-town who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stanley and Mike of Minneapolis. IOWA LAKES LPN organization held a party recently at a supper club in Jackson. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rouse, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Brunsvold, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wachal, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wittrock, Margaret Mino, David Stewart, Chryl Lundgren, Estherville; and Mr. and Mrs. Reinen, West Bend. JODI AND STARLA FISHER, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fisher, spent a weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mix, rural Armstrong. RECENT DINNER guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mix were Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Fisher, Jodi and Starla. RELATIVES and friends who attended LeRoy Dahna's funeral from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. James Loewenberg, Edina, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Port, Norfolk, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hansen andfamily, Fairmont; Mary Burge, Tena Bugg, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Burgess and Paul, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen, Mrs. Lorraine Hansen and Connie, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Petersen, Marshalltown; Phil Burgess, Fort Dix, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mortensen, Swea City; Mr, and Mrs. Howard Erickson, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Port, Akron; and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Nelson and Mary, Albert Lea, Minn. MRS. VERA BLACK has returned home from Owatonna, Minn,, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson. Her son, Hugh Black, of Minneapolis also was visiting there. Group Honors Mrs, Butler Mrs. Effie Butler was honored at the January luncheon of Presbyterian Church Women, held Friday. Mrs. Butler has served as 18 years as sewing chairman for the group. The luncheon tables were decorated with sewing supplies. For the program, Mrs. Margaret Ashburn showed slides of her European tour of last summer. Pan-cook shredded green cabbage and then add canned stewed tomatoes. Good combination for a weight-watcher. FRAN KLIIM BEN t FRANKLIN t Decorating? Re-Decorating? BIG SAVINGS on HOME ACCENTS Bring Your Walls to Lite! 28XS2 -INCH Framed PICTURES • Rich Walnut-Finish Frames • Lovely Landscapes Choose 1rom our decorator's collection ol beautiful landscape paintings Perfect accents tor living room, den. ; bedroom Decorator Designed WALL PLAQUES You II want 2 or morn' Pan them up or group thorn 1 Every room can use some wall- hnghteners like these 1 Choice ol newest styles PLASTIC HOUSEWARES! 26 Dt Rectangular Wastebasket Really strong and in convenient sizes to make your housework easier' New colors, too. 15 at Oishp LOOK WHAT WILL BUY! PENS . Choice of stick ballpoints J fiber tip pens. I CANDY BARSi Glanl Size! I HANDKERCHIEFS Men 5 all cotton. 1 15x16-m. size COMBS Wide selection' ToTttEAHER Plastic mesh cleaning pad 2*< 9* TINKLES Daytime 30s Disposable Diapers Super absorbent! Pleated to lit baby better. And tlushable. too! White FRANKLIN Cfopaque WINDOW | SHADES Linen embossed, room-darkening shade Washable' On adjustable steel roller. 37U- \ in by 6-(t long Sell-Slacking Shoe Bom Handy loi lots of , things curlers. cosmetics 1 Cleat plastic, colored top i'3 '«99* Savings! Onward Envelopes • Pkg. ol 100, #6V< White Envelopes • Pkg. ol 70, #6V« Check Mailers • Pkg. ol 40, #10 Window Envelopes 'Cartwheel" Pattern AFGHAN KIT Save on ait your sew ing needs pms. Easy-to-crochet pattern. Makes-up to about needles, scissors. 46x63-in 100% washable acrylic yarn in new. fasteners and many beautiful color combinations more' 1 ii'ini'iuluus bargain 1 f hi* thiisui you need tot thr new knits Block ot while GOLDFISH SETS New design plastic bowls, bowl cover, lish food and water plant... plus 2\ goldfish. Kit 1000-Pieces! Mr. Big" Jigsaw Puzzles touyhies ' lovers* m si/e DOORBUSTER SPECIALS! ® Shampoos 73* WHITE 14-Oz. Size Regular Lotion, Crystal Clear or lemon. CREST TOOTHPASTE 7-Oz. Family Size Regular 01 nilnl. Ton/ADORN HAIR SPRAY 13-Oz. Site 1" Regular, hard-to-hold or unscenled 69$) • Tonl' TAME' Creme Hair Rinses 8-Oz. Sizes Lemon, "with body" creme rinses or spray creme nnse. Locally Owned fRANKUN' Nationally Known Estherville, Iowa

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