VFW Plans Class For New Members Plans for a Department President's class for new members were announced at the meeting of V.F.W. Auxiliary- at its regular meeting Jan. 17. In recognition of the 40 new members acquired b;- the local organization since Aug. 1, Mrs. Harry hcmghry of Crsstori, department president will cosdiKt the class at the regular meeting Feb, 21. New members accepted at the Janaarv meeting were Mrs. Don- aid Peterson, Mrs. Hotert Yoang, Mrs. Anna Mitchell and Mrs. Dorothy Clabaagh, reinstated. N=* members of the December meeting were Mrs. Bermie Moiaird, Mrs. Terraxce Christiansen, Mrs. Stanley Larson, Mrs. David De-an, Sue Webber and Sylvia Murray. Mrs. Carl Graves, membership chairman, reported 2S3 paid up auxiliary members for 1&73. According to a decision at the December meeting, $10 was June Reports given to the ILCC Music Scholarship fund. The Tenth District meeting for all V. F. W. post and auxiliary members will be held at Swea City Feb. 11. Club Meets Mrs. Garry Vigdal was recently hostess to the Dolliver Chatter Club. After a short business meeting conducted by Mrs. Francis Doocy, president, two contests were held by Mrs. Joe Sampson. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Albert Swartz and Mrs. Blanche Holland. Others present were Mrs. Daryl Bar bow, Mrs. Tbonald Jessen, Mrs. Fred Knaack, Mrs. Virgil Moore, Mrs. Bud Rasmussen, Mrs. Robert Rezac, Mrs. T. B. Richards, Mrs. Margaret Stum, Mrs. W. A. Swans on, Mrs. .Anna Vigdal, Mrs. Floyd Yackle, and a guest, Mrs. Delmer Har- dec-opf: MtSS BARNETT Weather Was Nice BY JUNE STEINBORN Extension Home Economist What a morning— 40 degrees above in January! Wonder where I packed my shorts. DON'T KNOW WHAT'S wrong with me—practically as p r i n g morning, and do I feel frisky? No. 1 feel "school-teacherish" this morning so if you can take it, let's go to class. ACCORDING TO L'SDA, the January good food buys are: broilers and fryers, oranges, frozen and canned orange juice, cranberry sauce, rice and dry beans. Better store up. "SHOULD THE elderly move out of their own homes?" Not unless they absolutely have to. They know their way around these familiar surroundings and are usually safest and happiest right there.CSo there— Paul!) HOW DO YOU MAKE PAINTED cookies? Just add enough food coloring to one egg yolk to give it a vivid color. Decorate tops of cookies with mixture before baking. THE SUM OF $80 MILLION is spent every year to advertise pain killers. If you watch much television, you'd swear more than that was being spent. The Federal Trade Commission argues there is no evidence that these highly advertised aspirin products do any more for you than any house brand or other aspirin that isn't heavily advertised, and are much more expensive. As the old book says, "pigs is pigs," so we might conclude "aspirin is aspirin," no matter what high- powered claims are made by the different companies. The F.T.C. proposes the individual companies run "corrective ads" repudiating previous claims. The fight will surely rage for years and the $80 rnil- Jion-a-year ad kitty will balloon to even larger dimensions if we continue to support them. Imagine TV headache ads! without those TOO MUCH OF A hurry for breakfast? That isn't very wise. With oranges on the plentiful list this month, try this recipe on those "early morning rushers." It's quick, good and oh so nourishing. BREAKFAST NOG 1 can frozen concentrated orange juice 1 cup nonfat dry milk 3 cups water 6 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 14 teaspoon nutmeg Beat or blend the ingredients. Store in refrigerator until serving time. WOULD YOU LIKE TO learn how to make a lined drape with French pleats? We will be having a 2-afternoon workshop in February. This is a sign-up class, so call your Extension office and you will receive a letter telling you what to bring. THERE— that ought to get the school-teacher feeling out of my system for awhile. In fact, all that's left is my exit line— "When the time comes that everyone in this country has a Ph.D., the last garbage man will make a fortune." Attend Rites Out-of-town relatives who attended the Lawrence Nelson funeral included Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fessenden, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice lverson, Pittsburgh, N, Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Steve, Emmons, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ellis, Keith Ellis and Marlyn Ellis, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Louie Bremen, Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. George Bendickson and Walter Bendickson, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Elwood lverson, Henry lverson and Steward lverson, Dows. Tell Troth of Local Couple Mrs. Vernice Barrett, Estherville, announces the engagement of her daughter, Shirley Ann, to Stanley William Knode, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Knode of Estherville. Miss Barnett is a senior at Estherville High School and is employed part-time at Hy-Vee. Her fiance is a freshman at Iowa Lakes Community College and is presently employed with Hammond Oil Co. No date has been set for the wedding. Pergonal Mention Mrs. Becker Honored at Birthday Fete A family gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Becker Sunday to celebrate Mrs. Becker's birthday. Dinner guests included Mrs. Clara O. Johnson and Mrs. Gladys Tweedt, both of Estherville, Mrs. Roscelia Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wiese and family, all of Comfrey,' Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Becker and Arlette of WIndom, Minn. Additional afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Schlack of Morgan, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Spoo returned Thursday from Rochester, Minn., where Spoo had a checkup at the Mayo Clinic. SUNDAY EVENING guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aid en Lind, Stacy and Brian were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Noteboom and Mickey, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Loontjer and Becky, all of Mllford. THE 10CKH0RNS "I PORNEP THE COOK&OOK'." "WHAT A COMBINATION. BRAINLEW, SHAMELESS ANP BRA-LESS," Professional Directory |l)r. R. E. Lester) Dr. Paul Head head DENTISTS 214 North 6th Phone 362-4747 Dr. J. B. OH her DENTIST 619 Second Avenue North \ Phone 362-4127 Dr. D. K. IMIInd i VETERINARIAN Large und Small Animal Practice 1020 Central Avenue Phone Dr. Paul G. Largest DENTIST W. 314 C«r>tral Ave, Phone 362-4464 Dr. S. B, Noie OPTOMETRIST GAAROE BUILDING 7 South 7th Street Phone 362-5868 Sh ower Honors Julie Torreson Julie Torreson, bride-elect of Gary Blagg, was honored at a shower held Jan. 18 at the home of Mrs. Don Richards. Hostesses were Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Irma Fredricksen, Mrs. Mary Herum, and Mrs. Darlene Hendricksen. Decorations included a table centerpiece in yellow and white of a modernistic spiral intertwined with daisies. Corsages were presented to Julie, her mother, Mrs. Vernon Torreson, her fiance's mother and grandmother, Mrs. John Blagg and Mrs. Sevilla Hays. Assisting Miss Torreson with gifts were her sister, Mrs. Dennis Moffitt, and Debbie Brashear. Other invited guests were Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. Marvin Duhn, Mrs. Don Torreson, Mrs. Bob Madison, Mrs. Ken Madison, Mrs. Vernon Brown, Mrs. Melvin Ellis, Mrs. Bill Ellis and Susie, Mrs. WaltThiel, Vl/ofitew/i Carol Hlggin*. Editor Mrs. Hogan Hoganson, Mrs. Ken Smith, Mrs. Vernon Orlger, Mrs. Jeanette Hoien, Mrs. Bill Fredricksen, Mrs. Jim Richards, Mrs. Don Peterson, Mrs. Robert Refsell, Mrs. Dale Young, Mrs. Harold Rustad, Mrs. Harley Olson, Mrs. Merlin Twito, Mrs. Larry Richard, Mrs. Wayne Richard, Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. Dick Herum, Mrs. Doc Archer and Terri, Mrs. Bob Lowe, Mrs. Roy Mar riot, Mrs. Wanda Brundage, Mrs. Carlyle Mitts, Mrs. Craig Hornby and Mrs. Jim Ferree. Mrs. Wiegman Teaches Home Entertainment Women who do lots of entertaining, or who would like to do more, are invited to join a Home Entertainment course to be taught by Mrs. Paul Wiegman. The first class will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2 p.m., at Mrs. Wiegman's home, 813 N. 6th Street in Estherville. Planned activities will include the use of unique gourmet utensils, experimentation with gourmet foods, hors d'oeuvres, serving methods, table settings and fondue and blender ideas. Course content will be flexible in order to cover topics students request. Enrollment for the course, which will meet on five Tuesdays from 2 to 4 p.m., is limited to 12 students. Persons interested are requested to pre-register by Friday, Jan. 26, by calling the Department of Adult and Continuing Education at Iowa Lakes Community College. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 22, 1973 Page 2 The batfish apparently walks on the bottom instead of swimming through water. Tonga derives most of its income from copra and banana exports. Fairwav \s IYUUHT GOLDEN BANANAS LB. TUESDAY ONLY FAREWAY STORE ESTHERVILtE After- inventory clearance. WE WILL BE CL0SEB WEDNESDAY MORNING UNTIL 12:30 P.M. FOR REPRICING Sale Starts Wednesday At 12:30 p.m. After 12:30 p.m. Shop For Fabulous Buys Like These SNOWMOBILE SUITS REDUCED 30, BELOW WIND CHILL BOYS'SIZES ORIG. 14-16-18-20 34.99 NOW WOMEN'S SIZES 0RG S-M-L 39.99 N0W MEN'S SIZES ORG. L & L TALL 39.99 NOW 2500 30 00 30 00 [WOMEN'S FLANNEL & CHALCIS) WINTER SLEEPWEAR WALTZ GOWNS, PAJAMAS LONG GOWNS ORIG. $4-$5-$6 NOW ONE GROUP WOMEN'S WINTER JACKETS 388 . 1 15 88 -18 88 "S DRESSES 37 JUNIOR SIZE DRESSES 46 MISSES SIZE DRESSES 25 HALF SIZE DRESSES DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR BOYS GIRLS WINTER NOwA M ft M Ol COATS t JACKETS * "O -O SHORT SLEEVE Sizes 6-16 POLO SNIRTS COTTON Sizes 6- 10 1/2: DREW SOCKS WESTERN Sizes 3-16 FLARE LEG JEANS PA,R STRAIGHT LEG Slim & Reg. WESTERN JEANS PAIR 8 ONLY - Sizes 4-5-6-7 VEST ft PANTS SET 3 ONLY DRESS SUITS 3 FOR 5 00 4 PAIR | FOR I 00 33 33 NOW 88 NOW 00 2 ONLY - Sizes 14-16 SPORT COATS NOW 1 88 SIZES 3-7 n . EDO WINTER JACKETS 7.99 NOW 0 SIZES 8-16 0r} WINTER JACKETS 9.99 NOW 0 CORDUROY - Sizes 10-16 WESTERN JACKETS Orig. 17.50 NOW SIZES 6/7 & 16 KNIT PAJAMAS NOW 5 2 00 «2 88 88 LONG SLEEVE KNIT - Sizes 8-18 J*«« Orig. 4.98 3** NOW W SPORT SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE SPORT SNIRTS Orig. 3.98 NOW 88 LONG SLEEVE VIKING SWEATSHIRTS IS' NOW Orig.,,^288 FOR GIRLS 10 PAIR ODDS & ENDS SLEEPWEAR NOW SIZES 3-7 CORD SLACKS NOW CARDIGAN - Sizes 7-14 SWEATERS ong. 3.99 NOW 50 SIZES 3-6x CORD SLACKS Orig. 4 .00 NOW 88 SIZES 7-14 CORD SLACKS Orig. Q88 5.00 NOW t# 2 PIECE PLAID SET Orig. C88 8.00 NOW ONE PIECE INSULATED NOW WORK SUIT SIZE LARGE 88 LINED - S, M, L, XL WORK JACKETS NOW 88 KNIT DRESS SHIRTS 2 F ° R 8 00 ASSORTED NECKTIES NOW 1 08 ODDS & ENDS WORK SHIRTS J 50 , 2*8 ASSORTED STYLES SWEATERS 3 88 * 5 00 WESTERN STYLE LINED JACKETS 30 .06 NOW 56 ONLY SWEATERS 88 to 88 22 ONLY SKIRTS 3 88 to 6 88 12 ONLY Rain £ Shine Coats I 10 8 U3 88 10 ONLY Oria FASHION BOOTS2o.o6 NOW 88 FOR THE HOME AND PIECE GOODS BED PILLOWS 2 for 3 88 PRINT BLANKETS NOW 98 REVERSIBLE QUILTS NOW 86 ~ . 4 AOOl PRINTED 0ri9 ' If 3 ' BATH WINTER WEIGHT JACKETS NOW 00 LONG SLEEVE - M, L, XL NOW O 88 KNIT PAJAMAS Orig. 5.98 O ONE ONLY - Size XL Orig. R00 ROBE 10.98 NOWW FLANNEL - Sizes M, L, XL PAJAMAS Orig. 3.99 NOW ODDS & ENDS KNIT SHIRTS NOW 1 CARDIGAN SWEATERS NOW 6 88 * 12 88 FOR WOMEN FIVE STYLES BODY SUITS Orig. R88 $8&$9 NOW SCARF & BERET SETS Orig. 6.00 NOW 88 28 ONLY ROBES 1°° to 10 88 40 ONLY NOW SWEATERS 2 88 to 5 88 MWfLS 2/1M FACE 3/100 WASH * /v TOWELS *' 1 CLOTHS • POLYESTER THREAD ^ SPOOLS CARPET RUGS NOW 1 88 EACH SHEET BLANKETS NOW 44 WOVEN BEDSPREADS NOW 89 MATTRESS PADS TWIN 41. FULL 5" GINGHAM CHECKS YARD DACRON POLYESTER J0TT0 Reg. J® 0 3.49 NOW REMEMBER: WE'RE CLOSED WEDNESDAY •TIL 12:30 P.M. FOR REPRICING. MANY ITEMS LIMITED SO HURRY. SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY AT 12:30 SHARP JCPenney The values are here every day.
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