Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 31, 1974 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, May 31, 1974
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4 - 1 W»oth«r (Airport Readings) Maximum temp, yesterday: 79 Minimum temp, yesterday: 45 Todays temp. (11 a.m.): 62 Winds: 15N Precipitation: .02 inch One Year Ago: high 82, low 58 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly clear and cool Friday night, lows in mid 40s. Partly sunny and warmer Saturday, highs 70 to 75. Grain, Livestock - 10:30a.m. Grain Quotes Corn $2.49 Beans $5.20 Oats $1.20 CATTLE Steers High Choice to Prime Quotable Choice Steers Good Steers Prime Heifers Choice Heifers HOGS Base No. 3 Sows $39.50-$40.50 $38.50-$39.50 $34.50-$35.50 $28.75-$38.75 $37.75-$38.75 $24.50 $20.00- Property Transfers ESTHERVILLE - Edward Jr. and Patricia Ahrens to Christine Recher, south 72 feet of .Lots 1 and 2 in Block 58, Original Plat, Estherville. John James Moore Estate to Vernon and Mary Fries, Lots 1, 2 and 3 in Block 2, Breen's Addition, Armstrong. Leonard M. and Elva N. Williams to Steven R. and Nancy M. Heck, Part of Lots 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 in Block 10, Original Plat, Armstrong. Calendar Area Hospitals ESTHERVILLE — Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Lloyd Woodyard, Mrs. Clarence Smith, Nova Demoney of Good Samaritan Center, Estherville; Mrs. Walter Rasche, Ringsted; Mrs. Fred Frink, Whittemore; Marquis Saxton, Fenton; Curtis Tonderum, Armstrong. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Jeannette Knudtson, Mrs. Ronald Clinton, Mrs. Everett Davis, Estherville; Victor Hansen, Gruver; Mrs. Bessie Newstrand, Swea City; Mrs. Mary Merron transferred to Heritage Home, Bancroft. DICKINSON COUNTY — Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Larry Hanson, Mrs. Craig Schmeling, Milford; Mrs. Robert Taylor, Arnolds Park; Donald Basta, Jackson; Mrs. Charlotte Pearson, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Phillip Osier and baby boy, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Robert Taylor, Arnolds Park. FAIRMONT - Admitted Wednesday: Amry Charlson, Swea City. JACKSON — Dismissed Wednesday: Julie Garber, Roy Hemple, Mrs. Randy Kolander and baby, Jackson. Marriage Licenses ESTHERVILLE - Marriage license has been issued for Kenneth Allen Enderson to Katherine Marie Egeland, both of Estherville. Births SUNDAY - Open house for retiring teachers, Mildred Sather and Marie Haukoos, 2-5 p.m. in United Methodist dining hall. SUNDAY — Emmet County Museum, 2-5 p.m. at 107 S. Sixth. MONDAY — Union Local P1226, Wadco Foods, 7 p.m. in City Hall basement. Magistrate Court ESTHERVILLE — Ricky J. Hoss, Estherville, fined $100 and costs for drag racing, $70 and costs for speeding, $25 and costs for failure to have control of motor vehicle, and $100 and costs for failure to stop for emergency vehicle. Rex A. Anderson Jr., Estherville, fined $40 and costs for speeding. Ellen M. Juhl, Superior, fined $25 and costs for stop light violation. Alyssa Bargen, Estherville, fined $15 and costs for check restitution violation. Gary L. Brehe, Dickens, fined $15 and costs for check restitution violation. Auto Registrations ESTHERVILLE — New vehicle licenses for cars have been issued to Lowell O. Swalve, Estherville, 1974 Ford; Thomas E. or Joanne E. Manley, Armstrong, 1974 Oldsmobile. New trucks were licensed for Larry A. Howard, Estherville, 1974 Chevrolet; Lakes Distributing Co., Estherville, 1974 Dodge. Licenses for new motorcycles were issued to Roger Moffitt, Estherville, 1973 Yamaha; Roland F. Jasper, Estherville, 1974 Honda; Kenneth D. Van Der Sloot, Estherville, 1974 Honda; James T. Schacherer, Estherville, 1974 Honda. Stock Quotations 'i REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT & T 46, 'American Motors 6V*, Chrysler 16V4, Firestone 18, Ford 51%, Gneral Motors 50, Goodyear 16%, Int. Funeral 2%, IEL&P 12%, Spencer Foods 7, North. Nat. Gas 47%, J.C. Penney 74V4, Sears 84, United Brands 6, U.S. Steel 41%, Winnebago 6%. OVER THE COUNTER American Funeral lte-2, Arrtsway 9*4-1044, Cont. Western Inc. 6%-7%, Environment %:%, Huck Finn %-l, Mid-America Publishing l%-2*4, Life Invest. 8-8%, Payless Cashway 13*4-14*4, Pennzoil Off. Gas 5%-5 nine- sixteenths, O.S. Golds 14V4-15, Pioneer Hybrids 19%-19%. Dow Jones Avgs. Down 1.64 Transportation Down .12 Utilities Down .42 Volume 3,810,000 DICKINSON COUNTY — Born May 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hanson, Milford, a daughter, 6 pounds, 5 ounces. Born May 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Craig Schmeling, Milford, a daughter, 7 pounds, 12 ounces. CORRECTION —FAIRMONT—Born May 28 to Mr. and Mrs. James Sinn, Sherburn, a son, 7 pounds, 7% ounces. Small Claim Judgments ESTHERVILLE — Small claims judgments have been entered for Stephen B. Rose, O.D., vs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Soper, for $77 entered May 28; Stephen B. Rose vs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beck, for $25.50 entered May 28; Stephen B. Rose vs. Cyndie Prentice, $66.50 entered May 28; Stephen B. Rose vs. Debbie Hash, $44.50 entered May 28; Farm Service Co., Emmetsburg vs. Lawrence Wigg, Armstrong, $447.03 entered May 28; Farm Service Co., vs. Ronald Helmick, Armstrong, $565.83entered May 28; Thorp Credit Inc. vs. Lloyd Baldwin, $60.81 entered May 21; Burrell Oil Co., Inc., vs. Arnie Reitz, $36.55 entered May 21; North Central Public Service vs. Gerald Spangler, $103.65 entered May 21; North Central Public Service vs. Bob Anderson, $31.39 entered May 21; North Central Public Service vs. Bob Anderson d-b-a Park Cafe $71.99 entered May 21; Jerry Ryan d-b-a- Tombstone Pizza vs. Alfred E. Kelch, $93.60 entered May 20; Alter Veterinary Supply, Inc. vs. D. E. DeVall, $517.86 entered May 20; Electrolux Corp. vs. Robert Anderson, $165 entered May 28. DICK PAULSON Certified Hearing Aid Audioloqift Stop at this workshop and ask for a FREE hearing test! No obligation. AT HOYE SUPER REXALL TUESDAY, JUNE 4 12:30 to 2:00 Professional Hearing Aid Center Fairmont, Minn. Iowa Trust Ribbon Cutting Estherville Mayor Elmer Jacob, center, cuts ribbon of dollar bills to start open house festivities at the Iowa Trust and Savings Bank's newly remodeled facilities in Estherville. Iowa Trust President George Shadle is second from left. J.D. Webb Open House The refreshment table was popular Thursday during open house at J.D. Webb Implement Company's new building Thursday. Webb recently moved into its new facilities on the east city limits of Estherville. K.ILR Up86t E * thervtlle P ^'y Wwi, FBI., MAY 31, 1974 On Weather Warning ESTHERVILLE — Barry Huntsinger, manager of radio station KILR in Estherville, has voiced his concern about no advance warning being given for last Tuesday's hail storm, which inflicted hundreds of thousands of dollars damage to cars, buildings, implements and some soybean crops in the Estherville area. The damage stemmed from a storm system that earlier passed through Jackson County, Minn., and then into Emmet, Kossuth, Worth and part of Palo Alto county in Iowa. In a letter to Sixth District Congressman Wiley Mayne, Huntsinger stated that "what is most disturbing is that the storm system was a severe one, yet went without detection and public warning from the Des Moines office of the weather bureau (ESSA). "AS A SUBSCRIBER of the ESSA weather warning and information teletype network, I am concerned that no advance warning was issued," he said of the storm that produced hail that reached the size of baseballs in the Ringsted area. Huntsinger said in his letter that "in discussing the matter with Warren Caldwell, meteorologist in charge at Des Moines, I was advised that a storm of this nature should have been detected by radar and advance warning given. Furthermore, he reported, 'one of my weakest operators was on duty.' "HAD AN ADEQUATE warning been provided by ESSA," Huntsinger continued, "at least our auto dealers and perhaps our implement dealers could have taken action to prevent the extensive damage their new and used equipment and units sustained." Huntsinger wrote Cong. Mayne because of his involvement in the funding of ESSA. "I feel that this type of performance needs to be drawn to your attention in order that corrective action can be taken to r assure us of a more sincere a^ttyude be developed towards the value of lives and property." Pof • Mary Jo Schmidt Mary McDermott • Two ISU Summer Interns Join News ESTHERVILLE — Two seniors majoring in journalism at low* State University in Ames, Mary McDermott and Mary Jo Schmidt; will join the Daily News Monday for a three-month internship. Both will work with all phases of news reporting during the summer} MISS SCHMIDT, a graduate of Walsh High School in Ottumwa, is majoring in home economics journalism at Iowa State, with plans of working as a general reporter and feature writer for a daily newspaper following graduation next February. Mary Jo has worked on Outlook Magazine, a college of home; economics publication, the past year as a reporter and has been named copy editor of the magazine for 1974-75. MISS MCDERMOTT, a graduate from Britt High School in 1971/ has attended Iowa State for the past three years, majoring in* journalism and political science. Since December of 1972, Mary has worked as a reporter on the city desk of the Iowa State Daily, the Ames campus newspaper, with duties including coverage of city council, police news general; assignment reporting and features. At present she is city editor of, the Daily.. »; THE SCHOOL OF Journalism at Iowa State University requires" that students have a three month internship before receiving their degrees. The Daily News is pleased to have the opportunity to cooperate with Iowa State's program this summer. Emmetsburg Man Charged ESTHERVILLE — Kline Goeders, Emmetsburg, has been charged with larceny of motor vehicle in Third Judicial District Court. Charges were filed in connection with an incident of May 11 by Estherville Police Department. Another New Service From Iowa Trust CHECKING Now ... A Minimum Monthly Balance of $100.00 Gives You Free Checking ... No Charge For i Checks or Deposits ... No Matter How Many You Make! PLUS .. . FREE CHECKING FOR SENIOR CITIZENS . . . NO MINIMUM REQUIRED. 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