Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 18, 1973 · Page 2
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Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1973
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ESTHERVE-LE DAILY XEHS. THURS., JAX IS, 1973 Susan Duhn, Keith McGuire Married In Double-Ring Ceremony at E'burg GKAETTINGER—Susan Renee Dntan of Sioux Cits, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dunn of £m- metsburg, was united is marriage to Keith McGuire, sac of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McGuire of Emmets burg on Samrdaj, Dec 30. The 7 p.nv. ceremocy, held in the Bethany Lutheran Church in Emmetsburg, was performed by the Bev Eriing Hansen ir a doable-ring sen-ice. Two nowjoeis of pint: mums and two sets of candelabra entwined with iry adorned the ai- tar. The bride was given awey b}' her parents, who walked wci her to the ahar. Vocalists were Betsy. Denis* and Mary Drew, who sane "Wedding Song" and "Love is Real."' The bride wort MI, ivory gown of deiusterec sane and re-eir- broidered iare, farming t redingote effect. The empire bodire featured a higr. neckline with Gibson girl sleeves. Herfioar-iengti; mantilla was edged is i&re. She carried three ivory orchids and ivy and an ivory Bsaie. The maid of honor was Jane: Duhn, and artoftsnaigs, Mrs. Lee George, Mrs. Larry Laager, sisters of the brine, and Mrs. BOG Johnson. Their gowns featured empire iwcices of ivory ehiHar. accented witr. Vecise iace and Coor-iengti A-iine skirts of ruby velvet. Each carried a long stemmed single ruby rose. The bridegroom was attended by Greg Brown as best man and Das Brown, Tons Stilimac and BOB Johnson. AM rosn is the wedding parry wore fling Edwards raits and boutotmieres of stepb- anods. The mother of the bride chose a biue Door-length dress with matching accessories. The moth- Tel] Problems Of Elderly at Topics Dept. Benefits and problems of the elderly were discussed for the program of the Current Topics . of the Woman 's Club er of the bridegroom wore z navy blue and green dress with matching accessories. Each had corsages of ruby red roses. Special guests were Mrs. Anna Jorgensen and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Duhn, granapareins of the bride, and Mrs. Hattie McGuire, grandmother of tht bridegroom. The bride's personal attendant was Yvonne Jenkens. Immediately after the wedding, Personal Mention a reception was held ir. fellowship Kail of 3ethany Lutheran Church, wnr, attending. Hosts for the dining roam were Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Erase, Guest boot: attendant was Kathy Brenncn. Punch was dipped by Party Storck and Caro: Miller. Coffee *vas poured try Mrs. Albert Duhn and Mrs. Jerry Mauer. Mrs. John Jorgeasen and Mrs. Marvin Duns cut and serv­ ed the wedding cake. Gifts were taken care of by John Jorgensen, Marvin Duhn, Neil and David McGuire. The bride is a graduate of Medical Institute of Minnesota and is employed as a secretary in Sioux City. The bridegroom is attending the University of South Dakota in Vermillion. The couple are at home ir. Sioux City. Visit Bunnell, Estherville Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mix. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fisher and daughters, Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry 3artrit and daughters of Dunnell. They were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laidjg of Estherville. MRS. JOSEPH WOOD has gone to her home in San Antonio, Tex., after a visit with Mrs. Sam Wood and Mrs. George Smite.. Another bouseguest of Mrs. Smith is Mary Ann Phillips of Minneapolis who will be leaving this weekend. ME. AND MRS. Ernie Kmrtsen of GraettJnger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Golla of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ellingson, Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Clyne Olson of Estherville were guests of Mrs. Ed Ellingson Sunday. CAPT. DICK JONES Of U.S. Army in Vientiane, Laos, came Tuesday to Estherville to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones. Mr. Jones is in Holy Family Hospital and Mrs. Jones is in Good Samaritan Center. MES. CAROLINE HEHBRAND- son and Lillian Her brandson were in Spirit Lake recently to visit the Clarence Herbrandsons. Clarence'6 son, Craig, is in the army, stationed at Fort Leonard Wood. Carol Higaim, Editor MR. AND MES. Herb Dean of Spirit Lake visited here Monday with Don Book and Ethan Book. MRS. ROBERT CAMPBELL held a birthday supper for her husband Wednesday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Mrs. George Grems and Mrs. Evalyn Proprofsky. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Borchers returned Wednesday from Sedalis, Mo. They attended the funeral Tuesday of Mrs. Bertha Borchers, 93, at Cole Camp, Mo. She was the mother of Ralph and Elmer Borchers of Estherville. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Mix, Armstrong, had- as guests recently Mr. and Mrs, Max Fowler, Chuckie, Kelly, Traci and Toni of Austin, Tex. Mr. Fowler is a brother of Mrs. Mix. MR. AND MRS. Francis Warrington spent the weekend at the home of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warrington in Anamosa. On Wednesday Mrs. Francis Warrington visited her mother-in- law, Mrs. William Warrington, in Jackson. Gortt speaker for the teg, held at the home of Mrs. Ernest Smith, was Margaret Clark. Her discussion covered benefits, such as the receiving of Meals on Wheels, medicare, old age assistance, social security and retirement for enjoyment of doing what they like to do. Problems which she cited include high taxes and cost of food, •adequate incomes and, bousing problems. Nursing homes are eipenstre, some older persons have poor health and no one to care for them and many suffer from malnutrition. Miss Clark finished her discus sion by saying three things ideal for retirement, arc good health, plenty of money and a good mental attitude. Mrs. B. O. Wolden, also a guest, called attention to her book, "Our Friends the Trees." Mrs. Skattebo New Rebekah Noble Grand Harmony Rebekah Lodge No. 55 of Estherville held private installation of officers on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Anna Frick, districtdep- uty president, assisted by Mrs. Hattie Amdahl as district deputy marshall, installed the following: Mrs. Lois Skattebo, noble grand; Mrs. Olive Rosenberger, vice- grand; Mrs. Caroline Carrier, recording secretary; Mrs. Lucy Chalstrom, treasurer. Mrs. Ina E ricks on is past noble grand. Appointive officers are as follows: R.S.N.G., Mrs. Anna Frick; L.S.N.G., Mrs. Hattie Amdahl; R.S.V.G., Mrs. Kathryne Stoddard; L.S.V.G., Frances Mant- POLLY'S POINTERS Reader Peeved at Paperback Novels By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve concerns the paperback novels I like to read. What gripes me is that I will start to read such a book and it suddenly seems familiar. I realize I have read it before. When I look through my collection of books, there it is with a different cover, copyrighted some time ago and sometimes with a different title.—MRS. D. W. mmmmmmmsmi Polly's Problem mmmmss^mm^ £ DEAR POLLY—I have a cocktail table and a I three-tiered table that are white with laminated | plastic tops. I would like to refinish both of them :. I and would like some ideas from the readers. My • 1 other tables are walnut and my sofa is black vinyl. 1 I would like for these tables to blend in with them. I —MRS. W. H. DEAR POLLY—My answer is for Mrs. J. M. who has a marble lodged in the stem of a glass vase. She could gradually warm the outside of the vase in warm water increasing to hot which would expand the glass. Too quick changes in temperature could crack it. Hold the warm glass firmly, upside down, in one hand and tap on the bottom with the other as if pounding the palm of the hand. This may jar the colder marble loose from its stationary position.—TOY C. DEAR POLLY—Washing and drying a dust mop is a tedious chore but one 1 have eliminated since starting to make dust caps for my mop. I use my daughter's worn- out (elastic stretched or crotch worn) panties. The crotch is cut off, a double row of stitching is made across the bottom and I have a dust cap that easily slips on the dust mop. After doing the floor I remove the cap, hold it under ruining water in the sink and hang it out to dry. 1 have several of these so one is always ready. For this you need the old -style panties, not the bikini type. A mop with a dust cap is also great for dusting down paneled walls. Whenever 1 have company for dinner I write out the complete menu and then tape the paper on my refrigerator. When I am finishing the meal I check the list to see that everything I have prepared gets to the table.' By doing this that relish tray or molded salad in the back of the refrigerator is never forgotten as mine have boon at times before I started posting a list where it can be easily checked.-SALLY D. 4 bey; inside guardian, Mrs. Maude Brown; outside guardian, Mrs. Mae Meriott; musician, Mrs. Mercy Watson; chaplain, Mrs. Lulu Ellwanger; warden, Mrs. Edith Lair; conductor, Mrs. Mamie Grimm; and color bearer, Mrs. Rose Daniels. Fidelis Club Has Foreign Foods Dinner TERRIL — The Semper Fidelis Club held its annual "International Dinner" Sunday night at the Lutheran Church, serving dishes from foreign lands. Eduard Piersma, foreign exchange student from the Netherlands, who is living with the Jim Opoien family, told about his homeland and showed slides. He displayed several articles native to his country. Approximately 50 members and guests attended. Hostesses were officers of the club: Mrs. Roger Smith, Mrs. Bill Bockman, Mrs. Jerry Zelinsky and Mrs. Bob Blum. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Bill Henn on Feb. 8 with Mrs. Wayne Moore as co-hostess. Justice-Noe Marriage Told RINGSTED — Announcement of the marriage of Harold Justice of Rings ted and Jean Noe of Estherville on Jan. 6 at the First Baptist Church at Jackson, Minn, was made by the Rev. David Kripe. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson of Estherville. The couple is spending the winter in Florida. JERRY AND CANDY Candy Smitb Engaged to Serviceman TERRIL - Mr. and Mrs. Roger Smith, Terril, announce the engagement of their daughter, Candace, to Jerry Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson of TerriL Jerry is stationed with the armed forces in Germany. Candy' is employed at the Clay County National Bank in Spencer. An early spring wedding is being planned. Mrs. Wilcox Discourses On Defense TERRIL - Mrs. Clayton Wilcox reported on national security and civil defense at the meeting Tuesday of the American Legion Auxiliary at the Legion Building. Fifteen members were pre sent for roll call. Mrs. John BielfeWt, president, reported on the county meeting held at Lake Park Jan. 8 attended by Mrs. Claude Shaffar, Mrs. Elizabeth Rubis and Mrs. John Bielfeldt. Additional donations were collected towards canteen cards for the veteians at the Sioux Falls hospital. The February potluck Valentine party was discussed. Members are asked to leave white elephant prizes with Mrs. Beryl Coleman. Lloyd Victors Gain Members The Lloyd Victors 4-H Club met at the home of Kurt Krieger for the January meeting. Fourteen members answered roll call. New members joining the club were Virginia Mortenson, Konnie Krieger and Scott Ton- derum. Joey Mortenson gave a demonstration on extension cords. Bruce Mortenson, reporter Terril Boosters Set Next Meeting TERRIL - The Community Boosters Club met last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Raymond Hemme. The February meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Herman Andreseru TN! 10CIH0INS "ATOP LIVING IN THE PAST.*' SALE - SALE - SALE 4 DAY SALE - WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. FLOOR MODEL SEWING MACHINE DEMONSTRATOR SALE EACH MODEL ONE OF A KIND HUGE REDUCTIONS STARTING AT 00 AND UP HOOVER UPRIGHT MODEL 593 VACUUM CLEANER SALE PRICE USED SEWING MACHINES FROM AND UP FARRICS REDUCED WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A GRAND NEW SHIPMENT OF 100% POLYESTER DOUGLE KNITS. SAVE SAVE SAVE 100% POLYESTER DOUGLE KNITS 39 60 Inches Wide YARD 100% POLYESTER DOUGLE KNITS 89 60 Inches Wide YARD 100% POLYESTER MEN'S DOUGLE KNITS 60 Inches Wide YARD 50% POLYESTER-50% COTTON 45 " Wide Machine Wash DENIMS 1 4 H 45" WIDE - Ideal for Robes, Bedspreads Jftt M ft 19 SATIN QUILTED 26 OUNCE DUPONT DACRON *88 FIBRE FILL - 100% NYLON FABRIC SN0WM0DILE FADRIC ^ ELEVEN COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM & ALL ACCESSORIES Washable 50 YARD LESSONS NOW IN PROGRESS AND AVAILABLE ON SNOWMOBILE SUITS, SKI JACKETS & PANTS, PARKAS. 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