Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 17, 1973 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 17, 1973
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Living in Eugene, Ore. After Sacramento Wedding Margaret Mary Mahoncy of Sacramento, Calif., and Henry Jay Steveson, formerly of Ruthven, were married at 2 p.m. Dec. 30, 1972, at Newman Center, Sacramento. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Sheila Mahoncy of Sacramento. Steveson, the son of Mrs. Ruth L Steveson of Ruthven, is a graduate student at the University of Oregon. Carol Hlgglnt, Editor FOLLOWING A trip to San Francisco, the newlyweds are making their home at 5025 Willamette St., Eugene, Ore. The bridegroom has a B.A. and M.A. in political science from California State University at Los Angeles. He is currently working toward a Ph.D. in political science. The bride is also a student at University of Oregon, where she has a bachelor's degree in interior architecture and is now studying for a master's in urban plan­ ning. She is formerly a member of Delta Gamma sorority. THE REV. DOUGLAS Huneke of Sacramento performed the double ring ceremony. Music included folk songs sung with guitar accompaniment by Patrick Mahoney and Rebecca Ahmann.. The bride wore a floor-length gown of ivory organza with Vienna lace trimmed with baby blue ribbon. Her chapel-length veil was held in a lace Juliet cap and she carried a bouquet of white roses. Maura Madden of Sacramento, Mr, and Mrs, Henry Steveson THE L0CKH0INS 1-17 1 TIME HE PIPN'T SAY A BLE55EP THING!" The best excuse in the world What makat 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 Pay for Kmtiedk 1100 CENTRAL/ ESTHERVILLE PHONE 362-5351 served as maid of honor, wearing a gown of navy wool jersey. Her bouquet was of white carnations with blue ribbons. Peter A. Davis of Eugene, Ore., served as best man. Miss Torreson Honored at Bridal Shower Julie Torreson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Torreson, was honored at a bridal shower Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Archie Sunde. Miss Torreson is to be married Feb. 24 to Gary Blagg. Hostesses were Mrs. Sunde, Mrs. Robert Rezac and Mrs. Norman Christensen. Table decorations included a bride with a floral arrangement in yellow and white, the chosen colors of the bride-to-be. Corsages were given to Julie, her mother and the mother and grandmother of her fiance, Mrs. John Blagg and Mrs. Sevilla Hays. Miss Torreson was assisted in opening gifts by Sue Blagg and Mrs. Gerald Pluth. Invited guests also included Mrs. Russell Haar, Mrs. Wayne Weber, Mrs. Vernon Martin, Mrs. Irwin Knutson, Norma Christensen, Mrs. Tom Weber, Mrs. Lucille DeVary, Mrs. Bob Hartman, Mrs. Larry Howard, Mrs. Howard Haywood, Mrs. Jim Simon, Mrs. Maurice Brodie, Mrs. Kenneth Thiel, Mrs. Edwin Schnell and Mrs. Dennis Moffitt UMW Renews Commitment United Methodist Church Women opened the year at a meeting Friday with a renewal of purpose and review of mission work. Program for the day was the commitment pledge service. A solo was sung by Joanne Forsyth. In greeting, each member was presented a handmade flower. President Ruby Hoganson conducted the business meeting at which memberB were informed of their new circles. Announcement was made of a meeting of new chairmen and co-chairmen with the president on Jan. 22 at 1:30 p.m. in the Friendship Room. MISS BOUTWELL To Be Married In Iowa City Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Boutwell of Iowa City announce the engagement of their daughter, Paula, to Mark Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Henry of Estherville. Both are students at University of Iowa, where Miss Boutwell is a junior. She is also employed at Medical Associates. Mark is a senior at U of L The wedding is planned for May 26 at Congregational Church, Iowa City. New Officers Elected at Wallingford WALLINGFORD - New officers were elected at Wallingford Lutheran Church at the annual business meeting Wednesday evening. Elected were: vice-president, Arnold Olson; deacon, Don Henricksen and Terry Osher; trustee, Norman Egeland; secretary, Nina Jorstad; treasurer, Loren Anderson; parish education, Mrs. Emmet Rolfson; stewardship, G. O. Bonstead and Leonard Munson. Evangelism, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Herum; Waldorf College, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Refsell with Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dallmann, alternate; Lutheran welfare, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larsen, alternate Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Skattebo; Iowa District convention, John Thomas, alternate Mrs. Aadne Ness; nominating committee, Harold Rustad and Mrs. Romaine Borchers; Ingham Lake Bible Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Lundy and alternate Mr. and Mrs. Chet Anderson; auditing committee, John Thomas and Silas Lundy. The Senior League will meet the first Sunday of every month. On the fourth Sunday, the leagues will meet together for an outing. The Junior League will meet the fourth Thursday. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 17, 1973 Page 2 Personal Mention 25th Wedding Anniversary Celebrated in Des Moines POLLY'S POINTERS Cracked Freezer Part Repair or Replace? By POLLY CRAMER Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Gunder Paulson, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Solberg of Fairmont announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter and son, Pauline Paulson and Roger Solberg. Roger is employed at Rohlin Construction Co. Inc. The wedding is planned for Feb. 18. Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—We have a well-known make of upright freezer which cost a pretty good price when purchased. Even though we have had it a few years it still looks like new. When stocking it with frozen meat my husband dropped one package that hit the bottom under the door. This knocked out a chunk and for the first time we realized this part was plastic. We can still close the door and it probably keeps the weather out pretty good but is no longer i airtight. Is there any way we can fix this or buy a new part to have set in? We cannot consult with • the store where the freezer was bought. It has gone out of business.—MRS. D; S. DEAR POLLY—Ruth Ann wanted to know how one decides what to charge for hand-knitted and crocheted items. A friend of mine who belongs to an area club says they figure the price of the materials and then double that for the selling price. They make all sorts of handmade things but it does seem to me that more should be asked for larger things.—BONNIE DEAR POLLY—and Ruth Ann—I think the correct price to charge for handmade things is the cost of the materials times three. If the yarn costs seven dollars the price would be 21 dollars.—MRS. P. H. M. . DEAR GIRLS—A person who deals with handmade things told me that doubling the price is fair to her but when the work is exceptionally nice and a bit difficult to do, three times the cost of the materials is not out of line. Also the place where one lives will have something to do with this, as in cities the asking price might be more than In a small town where more people may do the same type work.—POLLY BROWN'S SHOE FIT SolO ON ALL LADIES' SHOES & BOOTS CHOOSE FROM: *RED CROSS *LADY FLORSHEIM •SOCIALITES *COBBIES •COBBLERS *HUSH PUPPY •CONNIES •JAQUELINE JUST PICK OUT TWO PAIR OF LADIES' SHOES OR BOOTS, PAY FOR THE HIGHER PRICED PAIR AND GET THE SECOND PAIR FOR ONLY A PENNY BRING A FRIEND OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT Till 9:00 P.M. SHOE FIT COMPANY KRIS KRIEGER Announce Engagement TERRIL — Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Krieger of Dickens announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristine Kathryn, to Tim E. Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Larson of Estherville. Miss Krieger is a senior at Terril Community School. Her fiance is a 1970 graduate of Estherville High School and graduated from a course at ILCC Vocational School at Emmetsburg. The wedding date has not been set. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Molan celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary over the weekend with a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mahan and Donnelle, Polk City, and dining, dancing and spending the night In Des Moines. MRS. J. J. Kissinger has been in Bellevue, Neb., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Gladys Moore, and Judy. ALCW Has Installation PETERSBURG — New officers were installed by Union State Line ALCW Wednesday afternoon at the church with Mrs. John Clymer and Mrs. John Wieskus as hostesses. Devotion was given by Mrs. L. L. Levell, hymn sing led by Mrs. Alvin Knutson. The pastor, Rev. Norton McCaughan, installed the new officers with a candlelight service. They are president, Mrs. Bob Bute; vice- president, Mrs. John Clymer; secretary, Mrs. L. L. Levell; assistant Mrs. Alvin Knutson; treasurer Mrs. George Roggow, assistant Mrs. I. G. Pell; education secretary, Mrs. Norton McCaughan; stewardship secretary Mrs. Harold Yonker. After the business the Dorcas circle gave the program;^ panel skit on neighborliness was given by Mrs. John Wieskus, Mrs. John Clymer, Mrs. Albert Najt, Mrs. Bob Samp and Mrs. I. G. Pell. The offering meditation was read by Mrs. John Clymer. MRS. BLANCHE Hubbard and Mrs. Gerald Faulkner, both of Spencer, are spending the week with Mrs. Henry Hupp and visiting their brother, Mr. Hupp, in the hospital. MR. AND MRS. L. E. Stover were in Royal Sunday to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darold Thomas and Billy. SHERRI SIMMS of Paullina visited over the weekend with Alma Moats and her mother, Mrs. J. H. Cushman. Miss Simms had just returned from a trip to England. MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE Boughey of Marathon were here Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tom Triggs and Arlene Muir. GUESTS AT THEEdwardSchu- bert home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sankey and grandson of Garner and Chancey Sherman of Garner. MRS. EDITH DAVIS of Spencer was visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Knode and children over the weekend. HAROLD C. SORENSEN drove to Charl-s City Monday to attend the funeral of his brother- in-law; Gail H. Ives. MRS. MAURICE SEYLAR of Estherville had surgery Tuesday at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester. Mr. Seylar, who Is with her, telephoned that she is doing well. Her address is Room 2177, St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn. 55901. FRAN MURPHY left Tuesday for the Philippines after a three- week vacation with her family, Mr. and Mrs. George Calhan and the Frank Fuhrman family. Ms. Murphy is a teacher of fourth grade children of servicemen in the Philippines. Her brother, Lt. Commander Jim Calhan of Fallon, Nev., was also home earlier for a two-week vacation. Apples for County Home Wallingford Legion Auxiliary decided on a Valentine's Day gift to the county farm at a meeting Wednesday at the Legion Hall. The 17 members attending decided on sending a box of apples to the county home. Members were given a blue book quiz and the door prize was won by Mrs. Wayne Bryan. Hostesses were Mrs. Laverna Anderson and Mrs. Merlin Clark. Potluck lunch is to be served at the next meeting, Feb. 14, to begin at 9 a.m. Members are to bring materials for making bibs and scuffies to be sent to veterans hospitals. Call when IF* cheaper. Most long distance station rates are cheaper after 5 p.m. on weekdays /a., t and all day Saturday and Sunday. VQJ Northwestern Bell 0 STOREWIDE WINTER CLEARANCE FABRICS 1 CHILDREN'S WEAR LADIES - JUNIOR WEARING APPAREL — • — SAVE EXCHANGES A DRY GOODS WEARING APPAREL

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