, Ramsey Married e Crystal Church ?1 (Photo by Photo Associates) Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ramsey Ladies Aid to Sponsor Two at Walther League TERRIL — Two confirmands will be sponsored for a weekend retreat, as decided by the Lutheran Ladies Aid in a meeting at the church. Sponsorship for the two con- firmands will be at the Walther League Camp on Memorial Day Mtkud. The 19 members present also voted to gjm $100 to Concordia Guild at Concordia College, St. Paul, for furnishing dormitories. The Rev. Ehlen led the group in devotions. Announcement was made of an invitational meeting Feb. 15 by the Ladies Aid with South Circle Holds Party At St. Luke's TERRIL - The South Circle of the Lutheran Church hosted the January birthday party at St Luke's Home in Spencer Monday. Each birthday honoree was presented a corsage and a praying hands plaque. A group of youth including Mary Kay Krieger, Debbie Von Ehwegen, Doug Andresen, Eddie Mills and Marc Olson sang four selections with piano accompaniment by Mrs. J. Leonard Johnson. The group served decorated cakes for lunch. Hostesses were Mrs. Wayne Krieger, Mrs. Weldon Bias s, Mrs. J. Leonard Johnson, Mrs. Elwin Clark, Mrs. Gib Gunderson, Mrs. Roger Nelson and Myrtle Varney. Plan Fashion Show in April TERRIL - Plans for a style show were discussed at the Junior Federated Women's Club meeting Monday in the Darwin Olson home. Mrs. Scott Olson had appointed committees in planning for the style show and these reports were given. The style show will be held at the Terril school gymnasium on April 30. Mrs. Olson conducted the business meeting. The News Flash was given by Mrs. Cordell Nance. Lunch was served by Mrs. Olson and co-hostess, Mrs. Dennis Jackson, to 12 members and one guest The March meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Scott Olson. Terril Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson entertained at a birthday party honoring their son, Brett Ryan, on his first birthday recently. Guests were Todd Nelson, Karen Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Nel- •flB%-Ruthyen, Mr. and Mrs. EMI Zehoder and Mr. and Mrs. Ria>Zateder. : Dr. Jack Murphy and Tommy of Boone recently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murphy- all women of the community to be invited to a tea. Mrs. Weldon Blass gave a Christian Growth lesson on Communicating. Mrs. Harrold Schnell, Mrs. Jerry Zelinsky, Mrs. Rueben Ehlen and Mrs. Wayne Krieger presented an Epiphany Hymn, with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Duane Von Ehwegen. Hostesses were Mrs. Harry Probst and Mrs. J. Leonard Johnson. UMW Circles Elect Leaders TERRIL — New officers were elected by circle groups of the United Methodist Women. The morning circle met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Dingel with 1" members present Mrs. Wayne Dodge served as co- hostess. Mrs. Clifford Blum gave the lesson with devotions by Mrs. Anna Croat Elected to office were: Mrs. Clifford Blum, chairman; Mrs. Ron Shelton, co-chairman; Mrs. Blaine Pedersen, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Darwin Will, co-secretary - treasurer. The group voted to remain a morning circle. The afternoon circle met at the home of Mrs. Russel Clark with 15 members attending. Mrs. Jim Opoien presented the lesson. Newly elected officers are: Mrs. Russel Clark, chairman; Mrs. Claude Shaffer, co-chairman; Mrs. Jim Opoien, secretary; and Mrs. Herb Griffin, treasurer. CARRYING THE WHITE Bible of her mother's wedding, Cheryl Voiness of Lake Crystal, Minn., met Dean Ramsey of Estherville at the altar, where they were united in marriage Jan. 6. The Rev. Don Olsen performed the wedding ceremony at Zion Lutheran Church, Lake Crystal. Cheryl is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voiness, whose names and the date of their wedding were engraved in the Bible, which Mrs. Voiness had carried. The names of Cheryl and Dean and the year of their marriage have been engraved in it also. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ramsey, Estherville. MARY NIELS ON of Mankato was soloist with Mrs. Don Crane as organist. Selections included "Follow Me," "Wedding Song" and "The Lord's Prayer." Attending the bride were Barbara Hanson, Mankato, as maid of honor, Janet Fillbach, Ipswich, S.D., and the bride's sisters, Gloria and Lynn Voiness. Gary Blagg, Estherville, was best man for the bridegroom and groomsmen were Roy Harvey, Estherville, Kenneth Kirchner, Gruver, and Steve Hanson, Estherville. THE BRIDE had chosen a dress of white velvet styled with long sleeves and empire waist with the bodice and waistline outlined pale pink ribbon woven through iace. Matching lace and ribbon was used in edging the floor- length veil held by a Juliet cap. An arrangement of baby pink roses, stephanotis and lilies-of-the valley topped the white Bible which she carried. The bridesmaids wore burgundy velvet dresses designed with round necklines and short puff sleeves. They had choker necklaces made from white lace woven with ribbon matching that of the bridal dress and each carried three long-stemmed pink carnations tied with pink ribbon. MALE ATTENDANTS wore gray Edwardian tuxedos with black trim, black velvet collars and accessorized with black velvet ties. Their shirts were pink with ruffles traced in black and they had pink carnation boutonnieres. The bridegroom wore a white carnation centered with a baby pink rose. Ushers for the ceremony were Joe Higgins, Estherville, Ron Johnson, Maple Hill, and David Ramsey, Wallingford. Mrs. Loren Jones served as personal attendant WEDDING GUESTS were received in the church social hall, with a personal reception held later by the parents of the bride at the Voiness residence. The guest book was attended by Irene Roberts, Lake Crystal. Cake was cut by Mrs. Don Voi ness, Minneapolis, and Isabelle Ramsey, Gruver. Punch was served by Nina Drysdale and Cathy Herbst, both of Lake Crystal. Mrs. Bill Ramsey, Estherville and Mrs. Fred Warner, Thief River Falls, Minn., served coffee. Gift carriers were Diane Childs and Karen Childs. Mothers of the bridal couple each wore a pink cymbidium orchid corsage. Mrs. Voiness had chosen a long, dark blue dress with white collar and cuffs. Mrs. Ramsey's dress was pink adorned with a silver buckle at the belt. The newlyweds are now at home at 126 Sixth Avenue S., Brookings, S.D. Neicly-iceds Mr. and Mrs. William Murra were married Jan. 6 in a double-ring service at Huntington Methodist Church. The Rev. Donald Johnson officiated. The bride, the former Linda Christensen, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Christensen, Estherville. Murra is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Murra of Buffalo Center. The couple is now at home at 109 DeLoss Court, Spencer. The bride is an Estherville High School graduate and the bridegroom a graduate of Buffalo Center Community Schools and of a farm management course at ILCC. He is employed at Superior Manufacturing in Spencer. POLLY'S POINTERS Irreplaceable Laces Irk Peeved Housewife By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve is with the round two- toned shoe laces in so many of the shoes we buy today. When the laces wear out what are we supposed to do? The stores do not have them. I think an extra pair of laces should be included with each pair of shoes.— MRS. E. P. DEAR POLLY—I found a use for those aluminum foil inner bags that line boxes of sugar-coated cereal. I remove the bags, shake thoroughly and then save them to use for heating ready-made rolls, muffins, etc.—KTM DEAR POLLY—I am: answering Mary P. who wanted inexpensive ideas for making recipe holders and candlesticks. For a recipe card holder use a thin board about four inches square for the base and a round stick (dowel) about eight inches long. Cut one end of the stick on a slant and glue a spring-type clothespin to the slant and then glue this to the base. It can all be spray painted. To make a candleholder use two saucers and two baby food jars. Glue the jars together, one on top of the other, and then glue them on one saucer and next glue the other saucer on top. Spray any color you like and place a wreath of small flowers around the top saucer and put the candle in the middle. These were sold for two dollars each at a bazaar.—MARIE DEAR POLLY—Mary P. could make a "giraffe" recipe card holder. Fill a small glass bowl with a plaster of Paris and water mixture. Insert a foot-long dowel stick in the center so the mixture will harden and hold it firmly in place. Have dowel cut at an angle on the top end and glue a clothespin to it. Paint dowel and clothespin a bright yellow and then make black spots all over them. Make giraffe ears of yellow felt and paste them between the clothespin and, where the wire is on the pin. place two moveable eyes. Around the base of the giraffe's neck place sprigs of artificial flowers and they will hide the plaster of Paris. There are many possibilities that could be developed from this idea.—N. E. CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS ^RELEASE PRESSURE y RELAX TENSION ^ RELIEVE PAIN CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH CHART All statistics used in this chart are based upon studies reported by the Chiropractic Research Foundation of the National Chiropractic Association, the Committee on Research of the International Chiropractors Association, and Parker Chiropractic Research Foundation. These reports represent the results obtained under chiropractic care for a larje variety of chronic conditions. The vast majority of these cases had a Lie been previously diagnosed and treated by practitioners other than Chiropractors CONDITIONS Pet. Cases Ac'pt'd Pet. Well or Much Imor'vd Pet. Slightly Impr'vd Pet Same Pet. Worse Arthritis •9.2% 73.3% r «.a% 9.4% .5% Asthma 80.5% 12.1% 6.5% .9% Back Disorders. General SI .75* 17.3% .95% 0% Bursitis 96.1% 89.3% 7.1% 3.6% 0% Call Bladder Disorders 90.3% 80.9% 14.3% 4.8% 0% Hav Fever «1« 81.6% 13.4% 5.0% 0% Headaches. Nonmiaralne 91.7% 83.2% 11.1% 5.1% .6% Hiah Blood Pressure 88 .6% 73.0% 9.3% 6.4% 1.3% Nervousncs* 95 .6% 80.8% 12.8% 5.3% 1.1% Neuralgia 97.3%^ 80.1% 14.2% 5.7% 0% Neuritis Ml* 86.4% 6.4% 7.2% 0% Paralysis 71.6% 61 .8% 20.8% 8.3% 2.1% Sacro-Iliac Disorders 98.4% 81.8% 17.2% 1.0% 0% Sciatica 97.2% 85.0% 9.4% 5.1% .5% Sinusitis 93.1% 83.2% 11.8% 4.7% .3% Slipped Discs 94.2* U.7% 7.9% 3.0% .4% Spinal Curvatures *?.!% (2.9* 5.7% 8.6% 2.8% Stiff Neck, *}«*. 93 .2% 4.4% 2.4% 0% Stomach Disorders 91 3* 82 .5% 13.1% 3.7% .7% Ulcers W .2% 13.2% 6.0% .6% A more complete file may be seen in our « of Chime* eactic do not accept titty accept. Phone lodry for an appoint i titt facts about chiropractic and *l office. ail casts but help nearly an to ask the questions and it can do foe you. WILLEV CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE 408 W. Central - Phon* 712-362-3455 Coral Mfgim. CtJitor Honor 40th Anniversary Of Harris 9 SUPERIOR - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris were honored at open house at their home Sunday for their 40th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ay res of Belmond, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Harris of Remsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Harris of Estherville and Bob Harris were hosts for the celebration in honor of their parents. Approximately 100 guests from Hector, Fairmont, Sher- buro, Austin, Dumell and Ceylon, Minn., Armstrong, Rings ted, En> metsburg, Terril, Spirit Lake, Estherville and Superior attended. Mrs. Harris wore a rose corsage and Mr. Harris a rose bout- ormiere. Other members of the family wore carnations. Mrs. Ayres and Mrs. Harlan Harris cut and served the cake, Mrs. Leland Harris poured coffee, Elaine Harris dipped punch, Rhonda Harris was in charge of the gift table, Vickie Harris registered the guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Harris were the dining room hosts and Leland Harris and Robert Ayres greeted the guests. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Harris took their family to a restaurant for supper. Honor Couple Of 48 Years' Married Life GRAETTINGER — Friends and relatives gathered at the Clarence Westfall home Jan. 13, to honor Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westfall, who celebrated their 48tti wearing J aruTiversary. " . Cakes were., served which had been baked by the couple's daughter, Mrs. James Domek Sr., and by their granddaughter, Betty Westfall, both of Emmetsburg. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Westfall, Betty, Timmy, Diana and LeRoy Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Danny Umbrell, Danny Lynn and Debra Lynette, Mr. and Mrs. James Domek St, Patsy and David and Lyle Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Westfall, Ricky, Tammy Sbelia and Steven of Emmetsburg. Guests from Graettinger were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westfall, Mrs. Hannah Nissen, Mrs. Rose Mason, Mrs. Alfred Jokumson, Mrs. Tom Fries and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Domek Jr. — ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS. THURS., JAN. 25, 1973 Page 2 Golden Anniversary TERRIL — A 50th wedding anniversary open house will honor Mr. and Mrs. Art Schmeling at the Lutheran church parlors on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 28, from 2-5 p.m. Hosts will be the couple's children: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schmeling, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schmeling, Mrs. Norma Schmeling, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shatto, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Holtz, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schmeling; and their grandchildren. Personal Mention Attend Funeral Services In Albert Lea Tuesday Mrs. John Tweedt and Mrs. Clara O. Johnson were in Albert Lea Tuesday to attend the funeral service for Mrs. Tweedt's relative, Leonard R. Nelson, which was held in First Lutheran Church. Mrs. Ida R. Wolden accompanied them and visited with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ella Storvik of Albert Lea. AMONG THOSE who attended the funeral of Roy Swalve Tuesday were John and Cecil Lyon, Iowa Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swalve, Graettinger; Mrs. Frances Reitz and Clarence Albert, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Forest McGregor, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Swalve, Wester, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Swalve, LeMars; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swalve, Bricelyn, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kliene and family, Chatfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bassett and Rodney, East Chain, Minn. A sister, Mrs. Richard Williams, Nine Mile Falls, Wash., was prevented from coming by a storm... MR. AND MRS. JOE HANDS of Emmetsburg visited this week with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor. Mrs. Taylor is recuperating at her home from a bone fracture. They also visited Mrs. Mary Wessar, Mrs. Taylor's mother, at Rosewood Manor. MRS. LUCILE SMITH, Spirit Lake, visited recently with Mrs. Pearl Bammer. MRS. DONALD SWENSON and two sons have returned to Webster City after a visit with her mother, Mrs. L. H. Ricke. Mrs. Minnie Emick, Estherville, is now staying with Mrs. Ricke. Use your kitchen knives for cutting food— not for cutting paper or string or for sharpening pencils. Store the knives in a knife holder or in sheaths that fit over the blades. Don't use a baking pan on top of the range because it might warp when placed on a hot gas burner or electric unit. THE 10CKH0RNS 1-25 "I AGREE WE BOTH NEEC? A VACATION*. 6HE CAN OO Rf?ST."
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