Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 24, 1973 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 24, 1973
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Crazy Quilting They have gone berserk! Those seamstresses above assembled this mad, merry melee of materials and have been stitching all morning. The finished quilts are beginning to pile up at the end of the table. At the sewing machine at left is Mrs. Vern Von liagen and next to her is Mrs. Lcland Kolpin. Standing from left are Mrs. Frank Klingbeil, Mrs. Melvin Hockett, Mrs. Al Thomson and Mrs. John Gosch. Mrs. Carl Ahrens and Mrs. Donald Spoo, who also worked on the quilts, were not present when the pictures were taken. In the picture be­ low, another crazy quilt is nearly completed. The quitters, clockwise around the table, beginning with Mrs. Loyal Smith in the striped top, Mrs. George Harvey, Mrs. Robert Klein, Mrs. Fred Ileiman standing, Mrs. Rudolph Christian, Mrs. E. T. Baumann, Mrs. Alex Glasnapp and Mrs. H. A. Balmer. The quilting bee took place Tuesday at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Twenty quilts were finished to be sent to World Relief.— Photos by Carol Higgins Personal Mention Youth Has First Birthday Party Jonathan Neil Lundgren, son of Mr. awi Mr». Neil l-undgren, celebrated hi» fir»t birthday Saturday at a forty in hif, honor at the ttoans (A hi* grandparents, Mr, and Mr*. Kiwwxi Hyatt In (irmUimi^r. CuetU were hi* paternal w<uAttsrt*sf, iArb, l/Aa iJK &trm, an* T*d, Mr*. Dfrnni* Fud*, Mr*. lAr/6 C, faterncn, Jane, KJi» t(A kurun Hyatt, all >A C/tvAX'uw, ***** A«fcr*<.:n, W *Mf&f*r&, Mr. and Mr*. I arty pvii*; Mr, *ffi Mr*, hen f;l*- t*/4, 'tyrU«$toVi, »,«.; utA Mr. umt Mr*, Ofe»rl*» f, Carter, Tra*jr, C/y*tei fjtfyw <A 4m, 22 UH &*/ UttiAttj r// Mr, miA Mt%, Cfc*/'J*« Mkia*tt itui Mr*, <jv/«r frjttfo. 'ft*? S*t*H&4. * HsUAts y/ un, Hwi*fi, 4*«^f*te4 n 'Ab, fio**t% PUm PotUuh For 'February tUluni imiUm w*» tmia at Urn t $mtiw ti VtMSl'Mft-WSM/'ru*** day In Om ll*r6%Um WA*\. Mr», Irene 0»torn Hint Mr*, ChfUtfaw fawner Mretmum*** tor Um meeting of 2V mmtmr*. Plan* w«rt» announced (or the Vbrutry nuwtlnjf to be h»ld ttw ltth «t «i30 p.m. lit DKK butid- inj, A potluek »uppw will tw htld with Krtlda ftolihim and Ad *luw (iaf* «« hcwUm***. Th» nominating eommittw will make • report and • new membtr will and an arch imprinted "Aunt I,cna" for a celebration at Good Samaritan Center. MR. AND MRS. Larry Korleskl went to Emmetsburg Tuesday for the 85th birthday celebration of his mother, Mrs. Ann Korleskl. Other guests were Mrs. Ed Wlupp from Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Korleskl of Lake City. MRS. I). 11. Thompson was In WaJlingford Sunday to have dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jens Rasmus<•*;», Other guests were Mr. and Mr*. Harold Hrady of Huthven aod Mr. and Mrs.- Marvin Herum CAM, HUUiLEV, 78, brother tA the late Hert Shirley of Est- fc*r*Hte, died In Pittsbtiro, Ind., .(**, 10, M'4. lie Is reported to h*** M a heart attack. Uitt, km MtiH, llarley Hlg- fey (A mte gue»t» of Mrs. Men rffl/tey &md*y. MRS. ROSE Robinson returned Monday from a tour of the Caribbean. MRS. WAYNE Vandevanter had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim DeMoss and Janice of Emmetsburg and Rodney, Doug and Jack DeMoss of Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS. Levi Larson had a birthday dinner for their son, Maurice. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Larson and Kathy, Chris Krieger of Terrll, Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Larson and Tim E. Larson. AT THE NEIL Lundgren home Monday, visitors greeting Jonathan were Mrs. James Park and Scott of Graettlnger, Mrs. Lonny Krenn and John and Mrs, Lyle lleldenwith, Michelle and Marcus, all of Estherville. LILLIAM HERBRANDSON and her mother, Mrs. Joe Herbrandson entertained at a dinner party Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herbrandson and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Herbrandson, Sharon, Danny and Robert. WonJ&i Carol Hiffins, Editor Discuss Migrant Workers The Trinity Lutheran Church Women met for a program on migrant workers recently. Mrs. Lou Bohnsack, in charge of the program, presented a background of the migrant worker situation and led a discussion cort- cering the needs and problems of the workers at our local level. Mrs. Ray Sunde, president, conducted the business meeting. The group considered projects of a spring bake sale and a fall bazaar. Color scheme were selected for the newly remodeled kitchen. Mrs. Ken Wieting led the group in devotions and hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Ken Wieting, Mrs. E. K. Vaubel, Mrs. Ray Sunde, Mrs. Paul Wiegman and Mrs. Ken Nelson. The Trinity Lutheran Circles met Jan. 17. Circle No. 1 met at . the home of Mrs. Paul Wiegman with Mrs. Omar Burkgren as co- hostess. Devotions were given by Mrs. Dean Lyon and Mrs. Robert Stall received the offering. Circle No. 2 met at the home of Mrs. Steve Schroeder, Mrs. D. L. McAdams gave the devotions and Mrs. Lou Bohnsack received the offering. The cirles will become involved in service projects locally during the coming year. Pastor Wiegman led each group in study of the Gospel of John. Gives Report On Restoring Historic Hall Mrs. Doris Peton presented the program for the recent D. A. R. meeting, telling of a D.A.R. gift toward restoration of Independence Hall. The D.A.R. Is ref- vdoing two rooms. In an effort W Return the rooms to their original appearance, the organization is doing research on the exact furnishings which were originally used. Hostesses for the meeting, held at the home of Mrs. Irma Knight, were Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Mac Patterson and Mrs. Vivian Heyer. Three high school seniors, who had been selected by their teachers to be named Good Citizens, along with their mothers, were presented. They are Phyllis Rezac, Lincoln Central, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rezac; Vicki Lemke, Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Lemke; and Kathy Bunge, Estherville, daughter of Mrs. Lee Bunge. Mrs. Billie Rosendahl, chairman of the Good Ci- Citizens Committee, presented them with pins, certificates and gifts of wind chimes. Plan Picnic Plans for a. spring picnic was discussed at the recent meeting of College Dames. Mrs. Mary Harms was hostess for the meeting at her home and card games furnished entertainment. The next meeting, for Feb. 6, a bowling party is to be held. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 24, 1973 Page 2 Recipe of the Week Chicken for Y'all BY JUNE STEINBORN, Extension Home Economist Emmet and Dickinson Counties The southerners always seem to get credit for their fried chicken. Now Iowans can get into the act with this recipe. GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN—SOUTHERN STYLE Two-thirds cup flour COLLEEN DAHL EHS Grads To Be United, May Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dahl, Estherville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Colleen, to Bob TutUe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tuttle, Estherville. Both are graduates of Estherville High School. Miss Dahl in 1972 and her fiance in 1971. He is employed at John Morrell and Co. A May wedding is being planned. Brobst Infant Given Shower At Mahan Home GRAETT1NGER - A baby shower was held in honor of Lynn Ann Brobst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Brobst, in the home of Mrs. Donald Mahan on Thursday evening. Guests included the grandmothers, Mrs. Hannah Schacherer and Mrs. Alice Brobst, Mrs. Mae Zitterich, Mrs. Shirley Henderson, Mrs. LoisStuder, Mrs. Luella Harris, Mrs. Eloise Heller, Mrs. Patty Peterson, Mrs. Sue Jensen, Mrs. Dorothy Helmich, Mrs. Margaret Mammen, Mrs. Kate Mammen, Mrs. Bernlce Weber, Mrs. Lois Weber, Mrs. Alice Mahan, Mrs. Sally Nyborg, Mrs. Doris Schealler, Mrs. Irene Nissen, all of Graettinger. Mrs. Mardella Brobst, Mrs. Loretta Haukoos, Mrs. Hazel -Friffls, Mrs. Gladys Moffltt, Mrs. Shirley Moffltt, Mrs. Gladys Erpelding, Mrs. Nina Moffitt, Mrs. Maureen Moffitt, all of Estherville. Mrs. Ray Hoppus of Burt, Mrs. Dean Zielskie, Swea City and Mrs. Lois Sackett of Truman, Minn. Others invited were Laura Moffitt, Selma Nelson, Mrs. Milton Bezdicek and Mrs. Harold Dalen, Spencer. Sheryl Webber, Nancy Mammen, Alva Paulsen and Mrs. Harold Laverne of Burt. Lynn Ann Brobst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Brobst was baptized Jan. 2, in Immaculate Conception Church with the Rev. Father Vincent Beacom officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joyce of Emmetsburg were sponsors. 1 teaspoon salt 1 egg, slightly beaten 1 3-1 b. chicken cut in serving size pieces Two-third fine bread crumbs x h teaspoon pepper 1 Tablespoon milk Oil for frying Combine flour, bread crumbs, salt and pepper— blend (can shake up in a paper bag.) In a bowl mix beaten egg and milk. Pour shortening in skillet to a depth of about one inch. (To test heat of oil, sprinkle a little flour over it; if the flour sizzles, the oil is ready for the chicken.) Dip chicken pieces first in the egg mixture and then roll in the flour mixture. Brown large, meaty pieces first. Then add remainingpieces. Brown on one side 15 to 20 minutes. Turn with tongs. Brown other side for about 20 to 25 minutes. Watch. Drain on paper towels. Makes about 4 servings. POLLY'S POINTERS Book Mark on Chest Is Hard to Remove By POLLY CRAMER wmmmsmsmmm Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—A plastic notebook was put on top of my fruitwood chest of drawers and left in the same spot for several weeks. When the book was finally moved, I discovered it had stuck to the top of the chest and the finish softened and welted. What can I do to remove these welts from the top and restore it to its original finish and beauty? —M. S. H. DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve concerns service stations who do not have enough help and while your car is worked on you have to wait for hours. Parts for the car cost enough but labor charges can be outrageous. I feel I pay overtime prices because the mechanic stops several times to fill cars with gas and that is unfair. There should be one man to handle the gas pumps so the mechanic can work exclusively on repairs. Even the mechanic often has to wait around while a needed part is being delivered and I think one should only be charged for the actual time the car is being worked on.—MRS. T. C. H. DEAR MRS. T. C. H—Did you check to be sure you are really being charged for all the time you wait?— POLLY PM Most long distance station rates are cheaper after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday. Call when its cheaper. (§) Northwestern Bell *THf WGATHfWMAN 5AV8 IT WILL 0£ A VffRV W *r AND NA«TY WflFKENP. 6HALL I MX YOU UP OK OO YOU WANT TO 6KIP IT?* DUE TO THE DELAY IN STATE CERTIFICATION OF LEVIES, THE EMMET COUNTY TAX LISTS will be certified by the County Auditor Feb. 1 TAXES CAN BE PAID AFTER THAT DATE. THIS EXTENDS THE TAX PAYING PERIOD (WITHOUT PENALTY) TO APRIL 30, 1973 Lloyd Brunsvold EMMET COUNTY TREASURE*

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