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January 15, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

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Jodi Hunt, James Jensen Married; Will Leave for Lackland in June ESTHERVHJJ DAILY NEWS, MON.. JAN. 15,_lgW P*g* 1 (Photo by Dave's) Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen POLLY'S POINTERS Here Are Ways to Remove Tape Marks By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—I may have a solution for Norma whose kitchen floor is marred by gummed tape left by a previous tenant. Furniture movers placed a gummed label on one of my tables. It seemed to be permanently "aliixed until 1 removed it in a most surprising way. I 'poured some salad oil on it and it came right off. Instead of damaging the table the oil seemed to improve its looks after a hot move across the country. There seems to be a simple solution for most knotty problems but only through serendipity do we find them.—VIRGINIA DEAR POLLY—Norma can use cleaning fluid, kerosene or fuel oil to remove the two-inch wide adhesive tape a former tenant left on her kitchen floor. If it is a cloth adhesive tape she might also try sudsy ammonia mixed with an equal part of water. Leave on "until every trace has been removed and then wash off well with plenty of water.—OLGA DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve is with the makers of sunglasses. If they can make regular sunglasses small enough to fit a three-year-old or smaller why can't they make the clip-on kind small enough for a "young child who has to wear glasses all the time?—MRS. B. J. R. DEAR POLLY—I use a tie that comes on a plastic bread wrapper to twist around my pastry blender. This keeps it together so it never gets caught on anything else in the drawer. I always searched for my yardstick until I had my husband" drill a small hole in one end and then I hung it on the inside casing to the cellar door. He put up a small finishing nail (no head) to hold the stick which is always in place, so easv to get out and to put away.—MRS. W. G. W. DEAR POLLY—A member of our family with heart trouble perspired a great deal at night so the bedding, including the pad, had to be washed very frequently. After a strong bleach was used, particularly on the pad, the odor was objectionable. We tried using half a cup of a pleasant smelling shampoo in the water and the bedding came out smelling fresh and sweet.—OLIVE THE LOCKHORNS IIS " LEf?OY COULQ NEVER 6E A J.AWV6R. HE COULON'T PA66 THE BAR ANY BAR.' 1 'THE LAW OF AVERAGES 1 5 IN YOUR FAVOR. YOU CAN'T L06E 1 EM Al_|_." Jodi Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hunt, and James Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen, were united in marriage at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The Rev. Laurence Burns and the Rev. Paul Wiegman performed the double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m., Dec. 29. Altar boys were Joe Fenton and Tom Kirchner. THE ORGANIST, Steve Clark, accompanied Scott Rohlf, who sang "The Wedding Song" and "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a chapel- length dress of ivory peau de soie, designed in the style of an old-fashioned dress. Her cascade floral arrangement of white roses was accented with navy blue star flowers, sweetheart roses, ivy and baby's breath. The bride's personal attendant was Carol Kirchner. Jean Hunt and Michele Barnes were maid of honor and bridesmaid, respectively. They wore navy blue velour jackets with light blue, floor-length skirts. Each carried an old-fashioned nosegay of sweetheart roses, baby's breath and navy blue star flowers and wore a floral headpiece. BOB JENSEN SERVED as best man and Rick Salocker of Mankato was groomsman. Ushers ' were Jim Hunt and Steve Strange. All men of the wedding party wore King George styled suits of gray with gray striped trousers and ecru colored shirts. For a reception held at Elks Lodge, hosts were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kenney. Guests were registered by Brenda Salocker. Others helping at the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fitzgibbons, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Moreau, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Short, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bothwell, Mrs. Ruth Fenton, Betty Timmins, Kathy Linster, Carol Biittner, Sandy Selberg and Mary Beth Lown. A rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen, the previous night at the Estherville Country Club. THE BRIDEGROOM has entered the U.S. Air Force and has been accepted into the field of electronics on the Delayed Enlistment Program. The couple will leave after graduation in June for Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. WofJteit'j Carol Higgins, Editor Holds Installation Twilight Chapter, OES, Spirit Lake, newly elected and appointed officers of Twilight Chapter No. 59, Order of the Eastern Star, are pictured following the installation ceremonies recently. Front row from left: Mrs. Arlo Fox, Mrs. Frank Fellows of Milford, Mrs. Don Sawyer, Mrs. K. W. Joines, Don Sawyer, Dean Stover and Mrs. John Williamson. Second row from left: Mrs. Lyman Hobson, Mrs. Dean Stover, Mrs. W. F. Clifton, Mrs. Louis Rank, Mrs. Freddie Andersen and Mrs. Bryce Hunt. Top row from left: Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. Milbert Krohn, Mrs. Art Weik, Mrs. Cameron Arnold, Mrs. Ray Watts and Art Weik.—Photo by Vinton Arnold Eastern Star Installs Officers June Reports Every Day Whittles More Off Winter BY JUNE STEINBORN Extension Home Economist Every day that we whittle off a little of that long cold January is a day to the good — agreed? IT'S ONE OF THOSE BLANK MONDAY MORNINGS — I wrote the heading — my pen is poised — then stalemate — nothing happens. But if you're willing to struggle along with me, we might muddle through. I WONDER IF ANYTHING HAS FRIGHTENED THE AMERICAN PUBLIC as much since the first atomic bomb as the prediction that our country will convert to the metric system in the near future? It's mean to be a killjoy, but we'll have to face it. Recently the county extension directors received a letter from Vernon M. Meyer, extension agricultural engineer, at Ames on this subject. It was a clever letter (yep, I laughed through my tears while I read the whole thing!) I'm sure Mr. Meyer won't resent my passing it on to you. "We'll Help You Solve a Problem "And to be sure we can help you, we'll suggest the problem to solve. Like converting to metric units. "Our country is going metric. The only question is WHEN? "It will help to start expressing familiar dimensions metrically. A pencil is about 200 mm (millimeters) long, a desk is 750 mm high and a door is about 2,000 mm high. "A 2 x 4 is 3.8 x 8.9 cm (centimeters). How's that for being up to date? And people have said we're so far behind in Iowa — that we still use n x IV. "An apple weighs about 100 grams while the average person weighs about 60 kilograms. "I could enclose a list of conversion factors, but why do it the hard way? An excellent reference for conversions is a publication from the U.S. Department of Commerce. It contains 230 pages of conversion tables that are computer printout sheets. "Let's be ready for the change ahead of time. Remember — 28. 349523 grams of prevention is worth 0.453592 kilograms of cure." AND JUST WHEN I WAS BEGINNING TO FEEL quite secure in the fact that 16 ounces equal 1 pound. I'VE DEFINITELY MADE UP MY MIND. When the metric system takes over, I'm taking off. Surely somewhere there will be a secluded haven where I can still say "an ounce of prevention-" or better yet— "phew, she could stand to lose 50 pounds." I'll bet I can talk quite a crowd into joining me too! Tuesday, January 16 — 1:30 p.m., Extension office, Spirit Lake. Wednesday, January 17— 1:30 p.m. DEK Building, Estherville. The Extension service will present a class to the public, "The Responsible Consumer" — a slide presentation and discussion. This is a chance to — Speak Up — let us hear your gripes as a consumer. We should all come away more aware of the ways we can lessen this communication gap between the consumer and business. Everyone is welcome. To Share Birthday Mrs. Ed Carey of Spirit Lake and Tom Thornburg received word of babies born to their nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thornburg and to their niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Drake, all of Pleasantville. Lloyd Thornburg and Mrs. Drake are brother and sister and their babies were born Jan. 7. The Thornburgs had a boy and the Drakes a girl. SPIRIT LAKE - Mrs. K. W. Joines was installed Worthy Matron of Twilight Chapter No. 59, Order of the Eastern Star, at installation ceremonies held at the Masonic Temple recently. Other officers installed were Don Sawyer, worthy patron; Lorene Sawyer, associate matron; Dean Stover, associate patron; Naomi Smith, secretary; Norma Krohn, treasurer; Irene Williamson, chaplin; Betty Fox, marshal; Martha Hobson, organist: Evelyn Weik, conductress and Clara Andersen, associate conductress. Also Karen Arnold, Adah; Neva Clifton, Ruth; Helen Rank, Esther; Shirley Stover, Martha; Carol Hunt, Electa; Arlene Watts, warder; Art Weik, sentinel. Mrs. Rachel Colwell registered the guests who came from Melvin, Primghar, Hartley, Lake Personal Mention Park, Lakefield, Minn., Milford Arnolds Park, Okoboji and Spirit Lake. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. John Russell and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stevenson. Dean Stover was installing officer; Mrs. Arlo Fox, installing marshal; Mrs. John Williamson, installing chaplin; and Mrs. Frank Fellows, installing organist. Mrs. Joines was escorted to the East by her husband and Mr. Sawyer was escorted by his daughter Donita. During the ceremonies solos were sung by Mrs. Conroy Johnson and Kathryn Kimball, accompanied by Mrs. Herman Kimball. A clever skit, Autumn Harvest, written by Milbert and Norma Krohn, was given by the officers. Mrs. Joines was present­ ed with a bouquet of yellow roses a gift from the chapter, and another bouquet of roses from her family. A planter was a gift of Bertha Fronk. Colors used in decorating included red, green, gold, bronze, rust and bittersweet. At the reception Mrs. Dean Stover dipped punch and Mrs. Fronk poured coffee. The kitchen committee was headed by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond John and Mr and Mrs. Everett Johnson. Pete Buffer Passes State Bar Examination CUT Your HIGH / PAYMENTS - CONSOLIDATE YOUR BILLS Takt Adrantaai «f Only Out Plact te r«y. Only One Fayawat a Maath 1st or 2nd Mortgages on Real Estate auto ana' faniitvrt loaasll ST0CKDALE, INC. Esthervilie-Phone 362-3582 Uniform Headquarters •Complete Stock WHITE SWAN and BOB EVANS UNIFORMS • Cotton • Dacron • Dacron and Cotton • Jersey Sizes 7-15 8-20 121^-241/2 SV16" Downstairs Store Christensen's "Where Northwest Iowa Shops With Confidence' 1 J Pete Buffer Jr., formerly of Estherville, passed the state bar examinations in tests given Jan. 8-10 in Des Moines. Son of Mrs. Pete Buffer Sr. of Estherville and the late Mr. Buffer, he is presently employed as an assistant professor of business at Parsons College, Fairfield. He is married to Shirley Stam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Stam, Estherville. Their address is 408 North D., Apt. 2 G, Fairfield, Iowa, 52556. MR. AND MRS. DON YORK of Springfield, 111., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Mae Anderson, and other relatives at Bancroft. They will leave Tuesday for Iowa City, where he is to have a checkup. MR. AND MRS. Richard Andre and Delbert of Des Moines were here for the weekend to visit Mrs. Merle Andre and Mr. Andre, a patient at Holy Family Hospital, and the Wayne Andres. Duane Bendixon, who has been HEARING AID WEARERS Better service for your hearing aid means better hearing for you Be sure to visit our next Beltone Service Center GARDSTON HOTEL THURS., JAN. 18 10 a.m.-12:00 HK.XHIXK summit Donald E. Hoffman P. O. Box 1203 Spencer, Iowa 51301 visiting here, returned toScotts- dale, Ariz., while his wife is staying for a longer visit. Jan Andre, another visitor of Mr. Andre, returned to Sioux City. MR. AND MRS. Dean McCoy of Blythedale, Mo., visited Mrs. Alf Henderson and Mr. Henderson who is a patient at Holy Family Hospital. MR. AND MRS. William Harvey are going to Mankato to visit at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Stow and Sarah. Hie best excuse in the world KK^T?®(§®(oXKo What makes Colonel Sanders' Kentucky Fried Chicken so finger lickin" good? That's easy—it's the Colonel's secret recipe of eleven herbs and spices. It gives Kentucky Fried Chicken a special flavor that no one can even come close to copying. Makes every day a bad day to cook. (Try Our Bar-B-Que Ribs) Great Day for Keiitiefk^ Fried Chicfc &iio 1100 CENTRAL, ESTHERVILLE PHONE 362-5351 WINTER GOLF! \A ice o\w e ,toge Dear tvos oi Go*- Vvave as' w^floc*' the* Hew lte V * e *°T*>tf c0 course tor c^ erv»' Orleans, for 24 people at tnc Gram* . from Mobile at Point Clear, Alabama, a. . I asked him for the finest living facilities on the in the southern states. Our reservations are Jo..-, the vrater front and the grounds are absolutely the most beau., ful in all the South. We wUl be leaving Des Moines at 8:00 A.M. u 6. and arriving at the golf course arow ' "• "fter " -<»turn on Saturday, March 1.. " »>e sold on a "first "Who wouldn't smile when given the opportunity to get out of this frigid climate and play golf in Sunny Alabama," say Lowell and Mary Jane Henry of Estherville. YeavW* 1 aW ^ Sfr ce „ basis- 11 CO*** t fce otc lor «U over' oil otW* it as to' .ostpe' insula tine ooat ? veae* {Jr. 0*"* on this lav*** 1 trip- vJayw®

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