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January 10, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

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Rain bow Installation Anion;; nvv. officers, installed for Order of Rainbow for Girls on .Sunda\ at Masonic 7'emple were the five above. From left are Terr\ Martens., Faith; Lori Hamilton, Charity; Shari Recipe of the Week Sawyer, worthy advisor; Huth Hiveley, worthy associate advisor; and Debbie Pospisil, Mope.—Photo by Carol Miggins Install Shari Sawyer as Likes Chicken Recipe Rainbow Worthy Advisor BY JUNE STEINBORN, Extension Home Economist Emmet and Dickinson Counties Did a little hijack ; ng this week from Betty Anderson's Spirit Lake Beacon column. Betty won't mind, and it sounded so good: : HAWAIIAN CHICKEN 1 1 small bottle red French dressing (&oz.) 1 jar pineapple preserves (39C size) •' 1 pkg. dry onion soup mix Mix well. Dip pieces of cut up chicken or chicken breasts in mixture. Place in foil in a flat pan. Dribble more of mixture over top; cover with foil and bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. Uncover, turn over; may add more mixture. Bake uncovered for to 1 hour till golden browr- Can baste. Will hold in oven till needed. (Remember ore I gavr ? M JJ , lnt past? 1 can whole cnrdzTr? 5.ai>:* '/j cup French cr*s.f HIT \-i cup onion s.;iu; JTUJ.. Prepare same a iti>i>wt P»EJLY"$ POINTERS Initial Tennis Balls With Liquid Embroidery B? POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLL")*—] wyntifj ij Pfgg* bit* tn«J marking her tennis baiij •»';tu Lrjiud TLmbiwiery Ji a Ei-ea* for school clothing casta Uvvli and mva. e»yUtu»g lii* that We use it eonrtairt.'v m ;1 dim run waj.b t«ut — SBJRLEY DEAR POLLY—] nam to ts-JJ Ftx.g.i thai J have successfully and i #nji33 &j?j} mari»ci i&y balii by making initials on ILJ'JJJ mvtij red nail pviu-b Pc»lfcs dyt* also could be m^i Tim n a EW 5 way t-'^ of* up thw* dabs left in bottJe-- 'A u:>hij: —L »L4N£. DEAR POLLY— h'/zi* i=il>« tiacin Jb*v* Hit iabt] sewn in the back i**m and rt i-bcwi u» Ma rtgin win This label will tear vfl but jtavfi a pari yf tbt wnjU showing through lb* iUt.cbjrjg whifii a. Y «? »oiAC*abl*. particularly on dark -iact-f Tfa* i.tar:j ta>i tt> be rsppzi to pull this white fab.nc yyi then wje has to t»y> mvl'jhinz thread and go to the troubje oi iwniz the i*arr.> up a Earn Please, Mr. Manufacturer sew such labels so tbe;» stick out on the inside of the garment —MRS L Z DEAR POLLY-I eiear. my black kid gloves by adding a few drops of black ink to a tablespoon of salad oil. Rub it off well with a soft cloth. — RITA DEAR POLLY — When washing knitted garments I remove the excess moisture by placing the garment smoothly between two bath towels and then rolling it all with ray ioiling pin. Thu way the garment is evenJv pressed and dLnei to perfection—LILLIAN Shari Sawyer was installed Sunday as worthy advisor of Rainbow Assembly No. 89, Order of Rainbow for Girls at an open installation held at the Masonic Temple. New officers were instilled by Past Worthy Advisor l>ori Weaver; Sheila Sawyer, sister marshal; Eileen Ross, installing chaplain; Deb Willey, musician; and Coleen Peterson, recorder. All are past worthy advisors. Shari was escorted to the East by her fattier, Harold Sawyer, un- er a rainbow, while Karla Miller sang "Friends With You." Lori Weaver installed the other officers: Ruth Hiveley, worthy associate advisor; Lori Hamilton, Charity; Deb Pospisil, Hope; Terry Martens, Faith; Karen Waterman, recorder; Rhonda Jensen, treasurer; Cheryl Syverson, chaplain; Diane Waterman, drill leader; Jackie Carlson, love; Ann Fagre, religion; Shelley Brobst, nature; Nancy Lamb, immortality; Brenda Dykes, fidelity; Leslee Matthes, patriotism; Kelly Buell, service; Wendy Buell, confidential oberver; Sue Hamre, outer observer; Lesa Lyons, musician; Sue Fagre, choir direc­ tor; Martha Hansen, assistant recorder; choir — Ginger Nitchals and Cindy Morris. Mrs. Waldo Brink was installed as mother advisor; John Pospisil as, : Hainbpvv,, ( dad, and members of the Rainbow board were also Installed. Social Hour To Make Gift SUPERIOR — Social Hour Club voted to make a donation to the March of Dimes at its meeting Jan. 3 at the home of Mrs. H. D. Griffee. Members were also reminded of making donations for the Goodwill Truck. Mrs. Dick Kumba was accepted as a new member. Others attending were Mrs. Esta Johnson, Mrs. Julia Potter, Mrs. Charles Leupold, Mrs. Dora Langfeldt, Mrs. Kenneth Thomson, Mrs. Charles Hasbrook, Mrs. Karl Klempa and Mrs. Cora Griffee. When you are rolling out pie pastry, lift the dough often to make sure it is not sticking, but do not turn it over. Wimterw Carol Hlggint, Editor Shower Fetes Miss Hankey, Bride-Elect GRAETTINGER - A miscellaneous shower was held recently In honor of Lorraine Hankey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hankey, at the Legion Hall. Miss Hankey will be married Jan. 13, to Michael Harris Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harris Sr. of Laurens at the Immaculate Conception Church in Graettinger, with the Rev. Vincent Beacom officiating. JoAnn Schoning was master of ceremonies for the program, introducing Lorraine, her mother and grandmother,' Mrs. Gladys Hankey, also Mrs. Michael Harris, her fiance's mother. Others participating in the program were Sandy Tindall, Therese Brinkman, Wynette Graettinger and Marlys Graettinger. Mrs. Mable Jensen of Ringsted was in charge of the punch bowl and Mrs. Henry Hankey of the coffee service. Mrs. Mary Sprick of Storm Lake and Esther Hankey helped to open and display the gifts. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Mae Torrence, Mrs. JoAnn Schoning, Mrs. Mae Zitterich, Mrs. Jeanette Green, Mrs. Alice Tindall, Mrs. Betty Mlllea, Mrs. Dorothy Sjeklocha, Mrs. Lois Studcr, Mrs. Mary Jo Tindall, Mrs, Mary Jean Schiltz, Mrs. Sandy Tindall, Mrs. Mary Tindall and Mrs. Marge Torrence. Personal Mention ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 10, 1973 Page 2 MBS HEIDECKER Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Heidecker of Wallingford announce the engagementof their daughter, Deborah, to Kerry Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, rural Estherville. Miss Heidecker is a graduate of Estherville school and is presently employed at Good Samaritan Center. Kerry attended Estherville schools and served in the armed forces in Germany and Vietnam. He is presently employed at John Morrell and Co. The wedding date has been set for Feb. 23. Mer\ you Buy "the CFiicken The Colonel buys the dessert THE LOCKHORNS tic "HE'S FOLLOWING IN HIS FATHER'S ELBOWS," 1 FREE Fie with each Dinner Box 3 FREE Pies with each Thrift Box 5 FREE Pies with each Bucket or Barrel Eyery day this week the Colonel will treat you to dessert with any purchase of his finger lickin' good Kentucky Fried Chicken. The more you buy, the sweeter the deal. Offer good thru January 14th. Visit the Colonel (Try Our Bar-B-Que Ribs) K «ntMd«| fried Ikfebn® 1100 CENTRAL, ESTHERVILLE — PHONE 362-5351 Mrs. Raymond Bringle Visits Here Mrs. Raymond Bringle of Sacramento, Calif., is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Victor Mortenson, who is recuperating after surgery. Other recent visitors of Mrs. Mortenson were Lorraine Mortenson of San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mortenson and family of Mexico, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mortenson and family of Sioux Falls, S.D. MR. AND MRS. Dale Juhl returned Sunday night after a week's visit at Rockaway Beach, Mo., where they visited Lee Kamp. MR. AND MRS. Walter Frick and daughter, Cindy, and Mrs. Maude Brown returned Sunday after a two-week visit in Kissimmee, Fla., with Mrs. Brown's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Brown. MR. AND MRS. Gary Roach and son, Jason, have purchased and moved to an acreage northeast of Estherville vacated by the R. R. Kumbas who moved to Superior. MR. AND MRS. LLOYD Wedall of Fairmont visited Monday with Mrs. Ed Ellingson. SGT. AND MRS. David Holen are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. JayHoien, as well as Sgt. Hoien's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Smith, and Edna Hoien at Good Samaritan Center. He is on a 30-day furlough from Korea. They will spend a week here and have visited also at the home of Mrs. Hoien's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Home of Chillicothe, Mo. MRS. ROBERT CAMPBELL will return Friday from Cherokee where she has been staying with the Jerry Phipps family and new baby, Molly. LEE COOK has returned from Albuquerque, N.M., where he visited relatives and friends for two weeks. MR. AND MRS. Mike Cervera and Jennifer of Fairmont visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cervera, Sunday. MRS. BERYL COOK is spending a month in Los Angeles with her sister, Mrs. Mildred Touhy. MR. AND MRS. DON RYAN, Mark, Kelly and Chris of Grand Island, Neb., were recent visitors of Mrs. Elsie Bradshaw. MR. AND MRS. MILO Davis of Estherville received word of the birth of their first great-grandchild, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Davis of Wayne, Neb. She is named Krystineand weighed 8V2 pounds. MR. AND MRS. DUANE Tralle and Loretta, Michelle and Duane Jr. of Northfield, Minn., spent the weekend with Mrs. Tralle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. Olson, rural Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Olson of Estherville were alsoSunday visitors at the Olson home. NAVY PETTY OFFICER First Class Steve E. Sampson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Sampson of Estherville, has returned to his homeport at Long Beach, Calif., after an eight-month deployment in the Western Pacific aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach. RUSSELL AND MARION Wheeler of Minneapolis returned to their home after spending the holiday vacation at the homes of their father, Ernest Wheeler of Swea City, and at their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wheeler of rural Estherville. Plan Party For February Valentine party plans were made by the American Legion Auxiliary in a meeting Monday. Pearl Reese and Luella Smith were appointed to be in charge of arrangements. The meeting was preceded by a joint potluck supper held with the American Legion. Hostesses were Lucile Solmonson, Lorraine Bebo, Edith Rosenow and Luella Smith. Graettinger Lyle Skows Hosts for Belated Christmas Dinner A belated Christmas dinner, postponed due to Mr. Skow being in the hospital, was held Jan. 6,. at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. ' L»le ! Skoto! Dinner guestH >*fere Mr. ancr J Mrs. Fred Phillips and children; Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wonderlich and family, Bricelyn, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Omundson and fam- Mrs. Katherine Skow, all of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. John Hattle and family of Armstrong. An afternoon caller was Velda Christensen, Estherville. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Skow visited their granddaughter, Vicki Wonderlich, at Holy Family Hospital where she was a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter Jr., returned recently from a holiday visit in Omaha with Mrs. Thyra Peterson, and from Califronia with Jackie Carter and also with Chris Jones, 'daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Russell Jones.,• at: Hayward, Calif. The Carters toured Chinatown and the Oriental shops, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco Zoo and the Golden Gate Bridge. Its Here! THE BEAUTIFUL WINTER ISSUE. . . I0WAN MAGAZINE featuring a . . . 4-PAGE SPREAD ON ESTHERVILLE'S WINTER SPORTS FESTIVAL HURRY! SUPPLY IS LIMITED! DAILY NEWS PM Most long distance station rates are cheaper after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday. Call when Its cheaper. 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