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January 9, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

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Hoganson, Benjamin Wed In Candlelight Ceremony Diane Hoganson became the bride of Scott Benjamin, both at rural Estnervilie, in a doubie- ring ceremony bj candieiigh; at Estherville Ljthfcrar, Church Dec. 23. The Rev. F.k-harc Pearson, Estherville. and the Rev. Travis Cannadaj, Armstrong, officiated. Parent* of zhi- coupic- arc Mr. and Mrs. Bogar. Hogansor: and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beti.temir. of the area. SttSIC KfllDED ar ori£rina. mar be r sun? arc accc«n?ar.jfedar. the guitar b;> I >xig wood a' SJCUX Cit>. Kath} SOKG.OWSU af Dan- burj also s-ang "tee Hand, One Heart" and sane 3 duet of Psalas 12fc with rt'ooc. Tht> are music majors a; Morning-side College. Sioux Cirv. The processional, "Trumpet Tune," and the re­ cessional, "Jesu. Joy of Man's Desiring," were performed by Robert Gommels on the trumpet with Randy Vackle at the organ. The bride carried a bouquet of red carnations and white roses. For her gown, she had chosen white, delusrered satin with re- embroidered lace at the high neckline and sleeves, accented with ribbon bows. The floor- iength, A-line skirt featured a «idi- lace center panel with satin r> >« adornment on the attached chape-; train. Her carneio: headpiece of lace witr, ribbor. heid a two -tiered bouffant veil of English nylon i.'iisicfi. Her jewelry was pearl earrings. ATTENDING THE BRIDE were Karen Benjamin, a sister of the Mr. and Mrs. Scott Benjamin Eastern Star Holds Officer Installation North Star Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star held its regular open installation of officers Saturday evening. Mrs. Harris Myers, presiding officer, introduced those who would assist in the installation ceremony: Mrs. Vermaine Sidles, installing officer, Mrs. Arnold Anliktr, installing marshal, Mrs. Walter Hammer, installing chaplain, and Mrs. Gordon Forsyth, installing organist. Mrs. Howard Gray was installed as the new worthy matron. Mrs. Gordon Forsyth played "Autumn 1-eaves" as Mrs. Gray was escorted U> the Fast by tier husband. James Cullahan was then installed as worthy patron and was honored by a song, "How Great Thou Art," sung by Bride-Elect Given Shower Julie Ann Torreson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Torreson, wab honored at shower held recently at the home of Harbara Schroeder with JoAnn Kirchner and Judy Ix-vell as co-hostesses. Miss Torrenon is the bride-elect of Gary Ix-e Blagg. Guest were Mrs. Stan Larscn, Marcia Hoffman, Diane Mathias, Debbie Kultala, Rhonda Stvanson, Mrs. Jack Jones, Kleen Olson, Lynette Mahln and Jan Valen. Other invited guests were Francine Hansen, Ann Harvey, Kathie O'Sell, Mrs. Scott Benjamin, Kathy Juhl, Peg Neppel ;ind Cheryl Volness. •Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hchrens, Estiierville, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday from 2-4 p.m. at open house to be held at Redeemer Lutheran Church. Hosts will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hch­ rens, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ross, KstherviJle, and Kenneth and Scott Hehrons, both of Estherville. Mrs. H. Danielson and Jeanine Halvorson. He was conducted to the East by his wife, Lola Callahan. Other officers ins tailed for the coming year were: Mrs. Rodney Brink, associate matron; WUlard Bebo, associate patron; Mrs. William Hunt, secretary; Mrs. Lehman Rovn, treasurer; Mrs. August Rosenberger, organist; Mrs. James Callahan, conductress; Mrs, Kermit Mortenson, associate conductress; Mrs. Willard Bebo, chaplain; Mrs. Kenneth Meadows, marshal; Dorothy Fear, Adah; Mrs. Andrew Karns, Ruth; Mrs. Ed Meehan, Esther; Mrs. John Pospisil, Martha; Mrs. Tone Kateley, Electa; Mrs. Harris Myers, wader; and Harris Myers, sentinel. Mrs. Rodney Brink presented Pearl Myers with the Past Matron's pin on behalf of the Past Matron's Club. Robert Griffith was presented with a gift from the chapter as the retiring past patron. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Myers served as hosts for refreshments. Chairmen of the lunch committee were Mrs, John Rug- tiv and Mrs. Robert Griffith, assisted by Mrs. Russell Peterson, Mrs. Robert Gray, Mrs. Thankful Van Valkenberg, Mrs. Walter Wittneben, Mrs. James Reed, Mrs. Max Soeth and Mrs, Kenneth Mills. bridegroom, as maid of honor, Mrs. Harlan Hoganson and Mrs. Dean Hoganson as bridesmaids. Holly Hoganson was flower girl. They wore red satinette gowns, ruffled at necklines, cuffs and hems, with fitted bodices and wide belts. Each carried a single, large white mum with holly and red velvet ribbons. The flower girl carried a lace basket of red rose petals. The bridegroom wore a white jacket with black trim and black trousers and ruffled shirt Accents were a red bow tie and red carnation with white rose boutonniere. His attendants, in black suits with red carnation boutonnieres, were Keith Kopperud of Westbrook, as best man, and Vance Shoemaker, Hawar lien, and Jon Bra band, Cherokee. Ringbearer was Stephen Crim. Ushers were Dean Hoganson and Harlan Hoganson, brothers at the bride, Bill Crim and John Egel. Candlelighters were Keith Benjamin and Jay Johnson. GUESTS WERE received following the ceremony in the church parlors. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Johnson. Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosenow, grandparents of the bridegroom, and Mrs. C. K Luikart, great-aunt of the bride. Wedding cake, made by Millie Sevatson, was served. It was formed of four hearts at the base, holding three tiers decorated with red roses and surrounded by springerii, fern and holly. Cake cutters were Mrs. Birger Handeland, Mrs. Bill Joor, Mrs. Vance Crim and Mrs. Wayne Crim. Coffee was served by Mrs. Arnold Hoganson and Mrs. Carol Hoganson, and punch by Judy Me in and Kathy Lenox. GUESTS WERE registered by Beverly Hoganson. Gifts were carried by Jill Brown, Shelley Crim, Gale Johnson and Ton! Johnson. Gift openers were Mrs. Becky Knudtson, Jane Montgomery and Mrs. Cheryl Prescher. Waitresses were Pam Martin, Connie Moore, Julie Saul and Diane Kolpin. Mrs. John Birkland and Mrs. Ron Olson were flower attendants. Personal attendants were Ann Harvey and Kathy Howard. AFTER A SHORT wedding trip, the bridal couple are making their home at 3600 Peters Ave., Apt. 11, Sioux City. Both are attending Morningside College. The bride, a 1972 graduate of Lincoln Central High School, attended LL.C.C. The bridegroom, a 1971 graduate of Lincoln Central, is a sophomore at Morningside. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, music fraternity. A rehearsal dinner was held at the Cardinal Cafe at which Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benjamin were hosts. OTHER PRENUPTIAL affairs included a shower given by Mrs. Wilford Kolpin, Diane Kolpin and Mrs. Harold Danielson. Handkerchief corsages were given the honoree and mothers of the couple. Guests were Mrs. Richard Pearson, Mrs. Louis Obye, Mrs. Lee Lamb, Mrs. Harry Buchholz, Mrs. Maurice Boggess, Kathy and Holly, Nina Moffitt, Mrs. Norman Ohlund and Nan Jill, Mrs. Ledry Nelson, Karen Benjamin, Mrs. Donald Christensen, Lulu 11 ol comb, Mildred Sharp, Mrs. Albert Swartz, Mrs. Palmer Halverson, Mrs. John Higgins, Mrs. Jens Christensen. Kathy Howard was also a hostess for a personal shower held for Diane. Invited guests were Pam Martin, Jane Montgomery, Kathy Lenox, Connie Kay Moore, Conl Jo Moore, Sharon Rooney, Karen Juhl, Marcia Klingbeil, Mona Stow, Colleen Klingbeil, Robin Thiel, Ann Harvey, Sue Whitehouse, Kathy Busch, Judy Mein, Barb Moore, Linda Prince and Kay Kirchner. THE 10CKH0RNS IP HE NEEP5 MOTIVATION TO gAVP HIS MARRIAGE, TELL HIM TO THINK OF THE ALIMONY." Personal Mention Out-of-Town Relatives Attend Hansen Funeral DIANE MOEDING Couple Plans May Wedding Announcement is made of the engagement of Diane Moeding to Kenny Haisman, both of Esther­ vllle. Diane is the daughter of Mrs. Darrell Moeding, Esthervllle, and the late Mr. Moeding. A 1971 graduate of Estherville High School, she is employed as an Estherville meter maid. Kenny, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haisman of Estherville, is a graduate of Graettinger High School. He is employed at John Morrell and Co. Their wedding is planned for May 19 at St. Patrick's Church. DEBBIE ROACH Announce Engagement Announcement is made of the engagement of Debbie Louise Roach to Allen Lynn Schroeder of Estherville. Miss Roach, a 1972 graduate of Spirit Lake High School, is employed by the Casa Loma of Estherville and by Berkley and Co. of Spirit Lake. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dan Schroeder of Estherville, is a 1964 graduate of Estherville High School, a 1966 graduate of Estherville Junior College and also took study in Oklahoma. He is now employed by Arts-Way Manufacturing Co. of Armstrong. A June 1 wedding is being planned. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral of Robert W. Hansen last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hansen and family, Sheffield, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Cushing, Rockford, HI.; Mrs. Russ Drown, West Bend, Mrs. Arlo Newman, Milford;Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Patten, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patten, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Patten, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wittmaak, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grodahl, all of Sioux Rapids; Herman Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kruse, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kruse, all of Royal; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brock, Everly; Mr. and Mrs. Don Spencer, Ruthven; Mrs. Sylvia Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brock, Fulda, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brock, Garvin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bremer, Ocheyedan; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eden, and Lloyd Hively, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. John Madagan, Darrell Madagan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patten, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell McBreen, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Kness, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hively, all of Spirit Lake. MR. AND MRS. James Nyman went to Swea City Monday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. George Nyman. MR. AND MRS. Larry Repp, Shannon, Pat and Robbie left Saturday for Seattle, Wash., after visiting Mrs. Leo Sanders. Sanders. MRS. MILDRED CUSHMAN celebrated her 80th birthday Saturday at her home, where she received callers, numerous telephone greetings and cards. JOHN WEIR is staying at the rural Estherville home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Howard. GUESTS OF MRS. ROBERT Hansen Monday were Mrs. Sylvia Brock of Fulda, Minn., and Mrs. Wendell McBreen of Spirit Lake. MR. AND MRS. Duane Bendixen, Scottsdale, Ariz., arrived Sunday evening to be with Mrs. Merle Andre and to visit Mr. Andre who is hospitalized after a heart attack. Jan Andre of Sioux City is also here with them. MR. AND MRS. Vernon Martin and children returned Saturday after a two-week visit in Santa Ana, Calif., with her mother, Mrs. Goldsberry, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Catlin. They also visited in Denver with a former pastor and his wife of Gruver Presbyterian Church, the Rev. and Mrs. L. V. Osborne and with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ruppel. WORD HAS BEEN received of the birth of twin daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Collins of Wichita, Kan. Mrs. Collins is the former Barbara Richard, granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barber. The twins are Tiffany, 4 pounds, 6 ounces, and Tonia, 4 pounds, 10 ounces. They are at home at 3009 Canamore, Wichita, Kan. 67216. ANTIQUE AUCTIONS As I am going into Stripping and Antiquing furniture and need the room I will sell at public auction the following antique items located at the Gamble Building in the North part of Fairmont on: 2 BIG SALES Sunda y Afternoon, Jan. 14th 2 BIG SALES Sale Starts at 1 p.m. Saturday Evening, Jan. 13th Sale Starts At 7:00 p.m. ANTIQUE FURNITURE Oak commode refinished; walnut commode refinished; 42" round oak table refinished; 48" round oak table refinished with matching chairs; 48" round oak table; walnut vanity chair with cane seat; marble top ice cream table; walnut love seat, refinished; 5 piece love seat set, refinished; 3 piece walnut Victorian love seat Set (rocker, straight chair and love seat); 1800 dated Hamms beer keg and spicket; curved glass secretary and china closet with carved lion heads; curved glass secretary and china closet; straight glass secretary and china closet; oak reed organ; camel back trunk; brass bed; two roll top desks; telephone stand; spinning wheel; miniature spinning wheel; miniature German trunk; wooden trunk; ash chest of drawers, refinished; Delft china spice cabinet; desk; school desk; pine chest of drawers; oak wardrobe; three iron beds; mahogany bedroom set, bed, vanity, chest of drawers; walnut bedroom set, vanity, bed, chest of drawers; Birds eye maple vanity; walnut vanity; three upright pianos; 2 sets of 6-plank seat round back chairs; three sets of six oak chairs; 1 set of 4 straight oak back chairs; oak vanity table; record rack; square walnut dining tables; wicker rocker; glass display case; patio couch, chair and table set; double glass china closet and secretary; leather rocker; walnut library table; oak library table, extra fancy; maple bed; stuffed chairs; floor lamps; oak buffet with beveled glass mirror; oak lamp table with glass ball feet; oak planter stand; burrled walnut chest of drawers with handkerchief boxes; washstand maple; maple chest of drawers, refinished; over 50 odd wooden chairs; other numerous miscellaneous items. DOMESTIC ANTIQUES, CLOCKS DISHES AND MISCELLANEOUS. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Due to the large amount of dishes, clocks, furniture and misc. items we must have 2 Sales to sell all of it. It is seldom that you will have the opportunity to buy so many good antiques at one time. Plan to attend both sales. See you Saturday night, Jan. 13th and Sunday, Jan. 14th. Come early to register as we will sell by the number system. Lloyd & Clair Clark USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR Carol Hlggint, Editor MR. AND MRS. Robert Ogren and daughter, Roberta of Lakota, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hum and family for a celebration of Becky's Hum's 4th birthday and Roberta Ogren's 12th birthday. CORPSMAN Dennis L. Nelson, who visited his mother, Mrs. Gladys M. Nelson, the past two weeks, left Monday for his new assignment in the naval hospital in Guam. He previously served in Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego as corpsman technician. MBS. MARGARET PEARL Weible of Lynwood, Calif., had surgery last week in Downey, Calif., because of arthritic pain in her knee and hands. She was given a plastic knee and her hands were straightened. A former resident of Estherville, she is a sister of Mrs. James Van Valkenburg and of Fred Sternborg, both of Estherville. Her address is East Imperial Hospital. Rancho Las Onigos, Ward 702, Downey, Calif. 90242. MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE Woodyard returned last week from Evansvllle, Ind., where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Reuben Evans on, and family. The Rev. Mr. Evanson was scheduled to have leg operation soon in treatment for injuries received In an automobile-bicycle accident Oct. 3 in Evansville. He is reported pregressing well. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS. TUBS.. JAN. 9, 1973 Page 6 POLLY'S POIMTEHS Tip For Students Lets Things Hang By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—My Pointer is mainly for college students who are not allowed to hang anything on the dorm walls. My daughter's room does, have a built-in wall board but it is not large enough. I solved the problem by using 1 %-inch twill tape to make two strips that go entirely around the door, from top to bottom. They can be moved close together or separated to make space between, as one desires. I measured the doors and then made one continuous strip to go all around. The ends were joined together with a short piece of elastic to allow for slipping on the door and staying firmly in place. It in no way interferes with the closing of the doors. The items to be hung may be pinned or stapled to the strips and on both inside and outside of the doors. If wider strips are desired they could be made of those plastic strips used for repairing yard furniture. An old folding screen with the wood panels removed and unbleached muslin (or any desired fabric) tacked to the frames also makes a terrific bulletin board:—L. M. W. DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve is when stores sell products such as panty hose and then pay no attention at all to how they handle these sold items. Often the panty hose are stapled to the bag when the clerk should be watching what she is doing instead of talking. Then we get home with no-run hose that have holes in them. Thanks for listening.—PATSY DEAR POLLY—Her vacuum cleaner should solve Mrs. L. S.'s problem. Use the small brush attachment on the end of the hose to remove all of the corn meal from the corduroy brocade purse she cleaned. If her vacuum has such an attachment it should be set on low suction and then be increased if necessary. If the bag has any small ornaments such as sequins or beads, they should be securely attached before v a c u u m i n g.— CATHERINE DEAR POLLY—Rubber washers glued to the bottom of your bread box will allow the air to circulate underneath so the bottom of the box does not rust and perhaps rub off on your counter top. RUBBER WASHERS -MICHELLE am Polly 's Problem .'. DEAR POLLY—I would like to know what NEA means under the drawings with your column.— CINDY NEA stands for Newspaper Enterprise Association, a feature service that distributes my column.— POLLY. January ALL DRESSES ALL SKI-JACKETS & SKI PANTS '/g PRICE ALL SPORTSWEAR PRICE Graff • Act III - Koret - Personal - Dale Russ Girl - Gollege Town - Pandora - Garland -f CHRIS BR0WSE-A-BIT REX W. OBERHELMAN - OWNER LLOYD CLARK, ARMSTRONG, IA. & CLAIR CLARK, CEYLON, Minn. AUCTIONEERS _ I ASHIONS 514 Central Avenue, Brihervllle, Iowa

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