Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 24, 1971 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRl, DEC. 24, 1971 Page 8 The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 36 Minimum yesterday: 16 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. 16 16 NNW NNW 12 15 Temperatures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: ONE YEAR AGO High, 0; Low, -6 NORTHWEST IOWA Cloudy Friday night and Saturday. A little colder Friday night, lows in the teens. Chance of light snow Saturday morning, not as cold, highs in lower 30s. Precipitation chances 30 per cent Friday night and Saturday. 'The Crucible' Is Line-Cent Production GRUVER — Hatred and hysteria are the subjects of the next play to be presented by the Lincoln Central Drama Department, Gruver. David L. Adams, drama director at Lincoln Central, has just announced that arrangements have been made with Dramatists Play Service to present "The Crucible" by Arther Miller, one of America's leading dramatists. The story, which takes place in Salem, Mass., in 1692, tells the story of the witchcraft trials and their effect on the people in the small village. But more importantly, it tells the story of the effects of uncontrolled ha- i 'tred, hysteria, and greed. The cast of 20 students includes Connie Kay Moore, Bruce Berhow, Lori Thiel, Connie Knutson, Chris Neppel, Kathy Lenox, Gordon Juhl, Janet Yackle, Deanne Yackle, John Kleen, Sheila Mahin, Randy Yackle, Gary Jorgensen, Diane Hoganson, Bruce Christophel, Douglas Swartz, Rodney Prather, Dick Sunde, Mark Thiel, and Terry Friesner. This production of 'The Crucible,' which will be produced by the Lincoln Central Drama Department and will be presented on the nights of Feb. 10 and 11. Accident Reported Cars driven by Robert James Beaver and Connie Rose Matthews, both of Estherville collided Thursday afternoon when the Matthews car, northbound on N. 4th St., pulled around a double parked vehicle and collided with the Beaver vehicle backing from a parking stall. Damage to the Beaver vehicle was to the left front fender and bumper and the Rose car to the left rear fender. A parked and unattended car in the driveway at 509 S. 14th St. received left rear damages at 7:50 p.m. Wednesday. The auto, a 1969 Chevrolet, was owned by Richard Schluter, Jackson. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Edward Goche, Bancroft; Francis O'Connor, Graettinger. Dismissed Thursday: Carey Waldee, Harold Reed, Mrs. Charles Buckle and daughter, Dorothy Hively, Estherville. Death: Mrs. Arthur Reese, 69, Spirit Lake, died 6:30p.m. Thursday. Jerry Pytleski Rites Pending Funeral services are pending for Jerome (Jerry) Pytleski, 35, Gruver, who died at University Hospital at Iowa City, Dec. 23, 1971. He had been ill of about one month, Fuhrman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. He was line foreman at DEK. Survivors are his wife, Marjorie, one daughter, Kay and six sons, Michael, Curtis, Jeffrey, Daniel, John and Kenneth, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pytleski, F.ast Chain, and two brothers. Preceding in death was a son, Keith, who died in 1969. Wallingford Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson, Mark and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Bryant, Jeffery, Timmie, Paul and Kevin, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peters will be guests Christmas Eve at the parental Chester Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sevatson attended a family dinner Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sevatson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Soren Dunn, rural Graettinger. Dear Santa, My name is Dee Anna-Marie. I have a sister Dawn and two brothers, Dean and David. Please bring me a Snoopy and a pair of white boots. Dawn would like a tape recorder, the bovs will be happy with more Hot Wheel Cars! Love, Dee P.S. Milk and cookies for you Dear Santa— Have a safe trip! Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Gerald Wallace, Spirit Lake; Linda Wolterman, Spirit Lake; Lloyd Bauerly, Ocheyedan; Mrs. Alvin Larson, Milford. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Gars Simpson, Milford, Mrs. Walter Kalmbrum, Jackson, Minn.; Mrs. Clara McNary, Milford; Mrs. Marie Brandt, Lake Park; Jodi Walker, Milford; Judith Werner, Mankato, Minn.; Carl Hammer, Lake Park. DEATHS: Joseph Schwint, 84, Emmetsburg. FAIRMONT-Admitted Thursday: Albert Hallstron, Fairmont. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Kenneth Miller, Mrs. Laurence Lau and daughter, Mrs. Maynard Hinz, Melissa Des Combaz, Fairmont; William Thayer, Truman; Darrell Snedin, Welcome; Thomas Anthony, Granada; Mrs. Robert Bell, Swea City. Death: Walter Stedman, 85, Fairmont. JACKSON - Admitted Thursday. Ruby Iverson, Jackson. Dismissed Thursday: None, Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Thursday: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Frisby, Fairmont, 6 pounds, 10 ounces; A son to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Drexler. Fairmont, 6 pounds, 11% ounces. Is Admissions Representative For Cornell The Rev. Dick Pearson, Estherville, is one of more than 400 Cornell College (Mount Vernon) alumni in 45 states who has volunteered to serve as part time admissions representative. According to Cornell admissions counselor Richard Hodges, director of the program, these volunteers represent about 340 cities and towns. They range in age from alumni of the late 1920s to individuals graduated in the late '60s' Each of them will act as a liaison between Cornell and college- bound high school students in their communities. This is the first year such a program has been in effect at Cornell, a privately supported, coeducational liberal arts college with just under 1,000 students. Liquor Stores Closed January 3 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Iowa's state liquor stores will be open the Monday after Christmas, but will close on Jan. 3, the Monday after New Year's Day, for a complete stock inventory, Kenneth Anderson, chairman of the Iowa Liquor Control Commission, said Thursday. Anderson said the massive inventory will be taken as the commission goes out of existence and is replaced with an advisory commission and a full- time director. All state liquor stores will close at G p. m. on Christmas Eve, Anderson said. DunneU Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sundermeyer are the parents of a son, Jamison, born Dec. 18. Mr. Sundermeyer attends Jackson Vocational School and the family lives in the Markus apartments. Mrs. Paul Holm has graduated from a four-year nursing course at Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter as a registered nurse. Mrs. Holm has been driving back and forth to St. Peter to complete her studies. H ANNUAL Monday, Pec. 27th thru Friday, Pec. 31st OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S WOOL SPORT COATS 9.88 - 14.88 - 19.88 24.88 - 29.88 ALTERATIONS AT COST OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MENS WOOL SUITS *|500 H REGULAR ^ m PRICF ALTERATIONS AT COST Boy's SWEATERS |Reg. $6.00 Reg. $9.98 31 4.88 7.88 • |Reg. $7.00 Reg. $10.98 jl! 5.88 8.88 3 |Reg. $8.00 Reg. $13.00* 6.88 9.88 I Reg. $12.00 §j 9.88 OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MENS WOOL SLACKS Regular $14 & $15 Regular $16 & $17 Regular $18 & $19 Regular $20 & $21 9.88 ™ OR 2-18.00 11.88*" OR 2^22.00 13.88- OR 2™ 26.00 15.88- OR 2 for 30.00 OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SNOWMOBILE SUITS Reg. $32.00 Reg. $39.95 Reg. $35.00 29 s4 24 MEN'S WINTER JACKETS Regular $17.98 Regular $19,98 One Group-Boy's LEVIS Dress & Straight Leg Sizes 26-33 * Regular $31 .50 Senior S39.95 Regular $24.98 Regular $26.98 Regular $29.98 Regular $35.00 Regular $37.50 Regular $42.50 Regular $45.00 13.88 15.88 16.88 17.81 18.88 23.88 24.88 28.88 28.88 29.88 COMPLETE JACKET STOCK ON SALE CHOOSE FROM MANY STYIES Regular $49.95 Regular $55.00 Regular $60.00 Regular $65.00 Regular $75.00 Regular $79.95 Regular $89.95 Regular $100.00 32.88 34.88 38.88 44.88 46.88 48.88 54.88 56.88 67.88 79.88 Boy's Winter JACKETS Reg. $13.98 Reg . $24.98 9.88 16.88 Reg. $17.98 Reg. $27.98 13.88 22.88 Reg. $19.98 Reg. $29.98 14.88 19.88 Reg. $35.00 24.88 Colored-Patterned-Flared LEVI JEANS Sizes 26 to 36 Each Pair 2 5.99 ' 10.00 Profile Nylon SKI PANTS Small, Medium, Ex-Large 19.88 Regular $29.98 MEN'S TOP COATS Regular $50.00 38.88 Regular $55.00 44.88 Regular $59.95 46.88 Regular $65.00 48.88 Regular $69.95 49.88 Regular $75.00 54.88 Regular $79.95 56.88 Regular $85.00 59.88 One Group-Sizes 14 to 19 BOY'S SUITS One Group-Sizes 14 to 20 Boy's Sport Coats Pendelton-Sizes Small to Large C.P.O. Shirts Alterations Extra Regular $24.00 One-Size 20 Boy's Vested Suit Regular $24.88 -Spend Your Gift Certificate NOW- ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL - NO APPROVALS PLEASE - NO LAY-A-WAYS Starts Monday, Pec. 27th 'M DOORS OPEN MONDAY MORNING AT 9:00 SHARP Clothing AT Onft CIIADP ^ef 5 Big Pays

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