Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 28, 1971 · Page 9
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 28, 1971
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 9 Minimum yesterday: 1 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 3 8 Wind direction: S S Wind, velocity: 5 5 Snow: Vi inch ONE YEAR AGO High, -9; Low, -11 NORTHWEST IOWA Increasing cloudiness and not as cold Tuesday night, lows 10 to 15. Warmer with chance of Snow Wednesday, highs in lower 30s. Precipitation chances 5 per cent Tuesday night, 40 per cent Wednesday. Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were issued for James Alan Hetzel, Allen, S.D., to Barbara Jean Timmins, Estherville; Michael R. DeVoss, Armstrong, to Catherine L. Colston, Armstrong; and Stanley Jorgensen, Ringsted, to Mildred Willman, Ringsted. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Arts Way Manufacturing Co., Armstrong, 1972 Ambassador; Book Brothers, Estherville, 1972 Chevrolet; Jerry Joe Grethen, Estherville, 1972 Chevrolet; Gus A. or Frances N. Ramsey, Estherville, 1972 Ford; Joni Marie or Dorothy Elaine Lundy, Estherville, 1972 Ford; Wayne J. or Pearl A. Spaulding, Estherville, 1972 Dodge; Charles LeRoy Murray, Estherville, 1971 Ford. A license for a new truck was issued to Arts Way Manufacturing Co., Armstrong, 1972 GMC pickup. Warranty Deeds Walter H. & Delores Y. Zit- terich to Lawrence E. & Barbara K. Grinstead; SWV4 NEV 4 & SEV 4 NEV 4 w-exc in S36-99-34. Charles R. Smith, Trust to Earl D„ LaJean, Daryl &Marcie Glasnapp; 12-36 Int: Pt L 3, All L 4, Mott's S-D of L 38, S10-T99N-R34. Charles R. Smith Trust to Keith, .Wayne. & Linda Callahan; JUdith Smith Canlon; Carol Smith Brennan; & Sharon Smith Allen; 24-36 int: in L 4, Pt L 3, Mott's S-D of L 38, S10-T99N-R34. CC.O.D.) "Keith Callahan to Myrtle B. Payne; l-9th Int: L 4, Pt L 3, Mott's S-D of L 38, S10-T99N- R34. Wayne & Linda Callahan (jnin- ors by cons) to Myrtle B. Payne; 2-9th int: L 4, Pt L 3, Mott's S-D of L 38, S10-T99N-R34. CC.O.D.) Daryl & Marcia Glasnapp (minors by cons) to Myrtle B. Payne; l-6th Int: L 4, Pt L 3, Mott's S-D of L 38, S10-T99N-R34. (C.O.D.) Earl D & LaJean Glasnapp to Myrtle B. Payne; 1-6 Int: L 4, Pt L 3, Mott's S-D L 38 S10- T99N-R34. Judith Smith & James Scanlon; Carol Smith Brennan; Sharon Smith Allen & Terry; to Myrtle B. Payne; 1-3 Int: L 4, Pt L 3, Mott's S-D L 38 S10-99-34. Lawrence W. & Mary A. Pierson to Lawrence W. & Mary A. Pierson; SVfiA of S13-T99N-R33. Clair & Lucille Clark to Jack Benjamin; L 2, Blk 4, Orig Plat Dolliver (Q.C.D.) Ora W. & Doretha M. Brown to Clinton H. & Judith M. Anderson; L3, Blk 3, Esther's Addn, E'ville. Thomas D. & Darleen Herrick to Samuel 0. Christensen; L 5, Blk 6, Orig Plat, Ringsted. Marlin E. & Carolyn Paulson to Duyane D. & Joyce A. Von Bank; Pt of EV2 of NEV 4 of S15- 99-31. Gilbert Nelson to Michael R. & Barbara Sjoblom; NEV4 of SW /4 of S36-T99N-R31 containing 40 acres more or less. La Verne T. & Marian P. Valen to LaVerne T. & Marian P. Valen; WV2 of NWV4; NV 2 of NV2 of SW /4; SV2 SW/ 4 , all in S14- T100-R33. Donald L. & Janice M. Mitchell to Donald W. & Lenore Corwin; Tract in EV2 of SE% of Sll- T99N-R34. Royalgo, Inc. to Community Serv Corp; L 19, 20, Roy's & Irene's 2nd Addn, Eville. Donald E. & Virginia R. Sievers to Holiday Mountain, Inc; L 10, 11, 12, S14-99-34 & Pt of SWA SWV 4 & E'/ 2 NWA of SW /4 - of S14-T99N-R34. Samuel A & Marjorie E. Naas to Elwin D. & Doris Ringham; Tract of 1 acre near NW corner NWV4 of SWA of S10-T99N-R34. H. P. & Velda M. Moreau to Harold C. & Delores M. Hauber; Tract of 1,49 acres near NE corner NW/ 4 of S13-T99N-R34. Roy & Lorraine M, Kirchner to Samuel A. & Marjorie E. Naas; Tract of 20 acres in NWA of SWA of S10-T99N-R34. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Harold Woodyard, William Augustine, Mrs. Ben Roach, Mrs. Lars Anderson, Mrs. Hugh Croft, Estherville; Scott Herum, Paul Wicks, Dolliver; Larry Ringkob, Alpha; Cynthia Rienhardt, Dunnell; Roberta King, Armstrong. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Mabel Mason, Ordine Olson, Lisa Wiseman, Armstrong. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Monday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Casperson, Estherville, 7 pounds, 6 ounces. Area Hospitals Banker Dies FAIRMONT - Admitted Monday: Edde Bents, Donald Fellerson, Vernon Muth, Lloyd Jaqua, Mrs. Martin Westphal, Mrs. Bertha Zaborowski, Fairmont; Mrs. Wayne Lutz, Ronald D. Green, Granada; Daryl Becker, Sherburn; John Blum, Armstrong. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Dorothy Abel, Granada; Mrs. William Schauberger, Fairmont Death: Mrs. Lawrence (Irene) Anderson, 65, Fairmont. JACKSON - Adnitted Monday: Eric Fransen, Jackson; Laverne Allen, Estherville. Dismissed Monday: none. Death: Mrs. Olive Rood, 73, Windom. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Kathryn Gardner, Mrs. Everett Reiter, Spirit Lake; Harvey Swenson, Arnolds Park; Harold Huntley, Estherville; Harold Shriner, Moneta; William Haikens, Lake Park. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Roberta Darling, Arnolds Park; Linda Wolterman, Darro Nekua- da, Brian Mossman, Spirit Lake. Death: Floyd Bauerly, 53, Ocheyedan. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Monday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tlagman, Fairmont, 7 pounds, 4 ounces. Area Calendar ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., DEC. 28, 1971 Page 9 Moore, Coffey Head District For Muskie Fred Moore of Spencer and Eleanore Coffey of Emmetsburg are the 6th District Coordinators of Iowa Citizens for Muskie. The selections were announced Monday by William F. Suep- pel, Iowa City, Senator MuSkie's Campaign Coordinator for Iowa. Mrs. Coffey is also a state co- chairwoman of Iowa Citizens for Muskie along with former Governor and Lt. Governor Robert Fulton of Waterloo and James P. Reilly of Oskaloosa, a former U.S. District Attorney. _ Both Moore and Coffey are long time leaders in Iowa politics. Moore, a former member of the Democratic State Central Committee, was the chairman of the Iowa Parole Board during the Harold Hughes Administration. He was active in the leadership of all of Hughes' campaigns for Governor and U.S. Senator. The 6th District nominee for Congress in 1970, Moore is listed as a leading figure among the possible candidates for the 6th District Democratic nomination in 1972. Mrs. Coffey, the wife of Dr. James Coffey, is a former Democratic County Chairwoman and a former member of the Democratic State Central Committee from the 6th District. JOSEPH GRONSTAL Ex-Dolliver SUPERIOR TUESDAY, DEC. 28: All day. Goodwill Truck will be in Superior. Mrs. Nellie Marr will take donations in the absence of Mrs. Julia Potter. Joseph M._ "Joe" Gronstal, 78, formerly of Estherville and once employed at the Dolliver bank, died Dec. 22 in Omaha, Neb. Funeral services were held Friday at Treynor, 11 miles east of Council Bluffs, where he was a resident and president of the State Bank of Treynor. Born at Estherville, he was graduated from the Estherville High School and immediately began working at the post office here. In 1914 he began a 57- year banking career, employed fii st at the Dolliver bank, Mr. Gronstal was appointed receiver of the bankrupt Treynor Savings Bank in May 1923 which he reorganized as the Treynor State Bank and served as its cashier for many years. He was named president of the bank's board in 1952. The State Bankers Association awarded Mr. Gronstal a 50-year service pin in 1968. He was a former treasurer of the Treynor School Board, was a former member of the Treynor Town Council and served on the Council Bluffs Salvation Army Board. In 1968 he was the recipient of a 25- year service award from the Pottawattamie County American Red Cross Board. Survivors include his widow Elvira; two sons, Robert J. Gronstal, Treynor, and the Rev. Harold K. Gronstal, pastor of the Abiding Savior Lutheran Church of Independence, Mo.; brother, Carl Gronstal, and a sister, Wilma Gronstal, both of Estherville, and four grandchildren. Extra Crews For Garbage The city of Estherville will have two extra trucks and four extra men on the garbage pick up route between today and Thursday night in an effort to pick up garbage twice this week. Warranty Deeds DICKINSON COUNTY DEEDS Fritz & Catherine Teubert to Royce & Judith Mertens, $1 ovc; Tract in NEV 4 S27-100-36. Gus & Leone Walrath to Fritz & Catherine Teubert, $1 ovc; Tract in NE»A S27-100-36. Clayton I & Bernice Cooper to Colleen K. Simmons, $1 ovc; L 8, Plat of Westgate. Town of LP, Iowa to Senior Manor, Inc. $1 ovc; L. 1, 2, 3, 4, Blk &, Chrys Addn, LP. James A. Wilson to John & Sylvia Mae Bomgaars, $1 ovc; L 5, Blk 2, Meyers Addn, North Milford. Wayne W. Peterson, Executor to Wm. W. & Diane Osborne, $1 ovc; E 85' of L 2, Blk 57, Newcomer's Addn, SL (C.O.D.) Arthur R. & Beulah B. Emerson to Charles F. & Debra J. Reiter, $1 ovc; L 3, Blk 1, Mabel's Addn, SL. Marilyn E. & Rodney Parsons to Tom K. & Dianne W. Hickerson, $1 ovc; N 54.4' L 7, Aud Plat No. 119. W. R. & Freda Meier to Marilyn E. Parsons, $1 ovc; N 54.4' of L 7, Aud Plat No. 119. NW Homes, Inc. to Robert H. & Janet A. Rossow, $1 ovc; L 3, Blk 2, Loerview 2nd Addn, SL. Clifford T. & Lawene Pay to Union Bk & Tr, $1 ovc; 1-3 Int: Haskill & Smith's 1st Addn. Milton A. Pay to Union Bk & Tr, $1 ovc; 1-3 Int: L 63, Blk 1, Haskill & Smith 1st Addn. Rollo E. Emerson; Byron D. & Ivy Blair to Herman E. & Wava E. Carlson, $1 ovc; L 32, Blair-Emerson Summer Place. Donald E. & Frances Jacobsen to Frances H. Ingham, $1 ovc; L 1, Egralharve & L 11, Replat of Egralharve & N 20' of Lot O, Egralharve & N 20' of L 10, Replat of Egralharve, Blk 11, L 11, Badgerow Prop & S 10* of L 2, Egralharve & S 10' L 12, Replat of Egralharve, all in Dickinson Co. Cleo B. Green to Eugene B. & Zita M. Zerwas, $1 ovc; Pt of L 16, Plat of Green Acres. Ottillia L. Porath to Dorothy Porath Snyder & Viola Porath Green, $1 ovc; L 3, Blk 23, Beck's Replat of Okoboji City. Colony Dev Co to Karl F. & Joyce E. Fliehler, $1 ovc; L 5, Blk 2, Subdiv of Outlot A, Loer­ view 2nd Addn, SL. Pauline M. England to Bruce & Linda Vodraska, $1 ovc; L 7, Blk 4, Orig Plat, Montgomery. Pauline M. England to Bruce & Linda Vodraska, $1 ovc; L 7, Blk 4, Orig Plat, Montgomery. Spencer and Emmetsburg Community Schools have received a grant under the Manpower Development and Training Act in the amount of $1,672 for 24enrollees as blueprint readers, carpenter- electricians. The announcement was made by the U. S. Labor Department in Kansas City. MDTA trainees are counseled and referred by the Iowa State Employment Security Commission which administers training allowances, and helps with job-finding efforts at the end of the training. Bridge Closed Both swinging bridges in Riverside Park are now closed, it was announced today from the city manager's office. The south bridge had been closed earlier and now the north bridge has been deemed unsafe. The macadamia nut, a hard- shelled nut somewhat resembling a filbert, is Hawaii's third largest crop and ranks directly behind sugar and pineapple. 4-H to Form Delegation To Washington High school students in 4-H and their parents will meet Monday to discuss forming a delegation to attend a short course in citizenship in Washington, D.C., for next summer. Rich Haack, extension 4-H and youth leader, announced the meeting to be held at 8 p.m. in the D.E.K. building in Estherville. All 4-H members who will be 15 by Sept. 15 through their senior year in high school are invited with their parents to attend. They will discuss costs per individual and the amount to b°. raised through group effort toward the trip. During five days in Washington, D.C., the short course planned is to include field trips to governmental and histrocial sites, discussion groups and parties. The groups will be housed at the National 4-H Center, Cheery Chase, Maryland. ' Tells How to Park with New City Meters "On all parallel parking either the front end or the back end of the vehicle should be even with the post with the meter head on it," Vic Goraczkowski, enforcement officer, pointed out today. "On all diagonal parking, either park on the left or to the right of the post which has the meter head on it, with the exception of a single head meter, in which case you should always park to the left of the post," he added. Ramona Cramer Nebraska Grad LINCOLN — About one thousand University of Nebraska Lincoln students graduating at the end of the first semester received their diplomas Thursday, the final day of the term. They were honored on Sunday, Dec. 19, during special College Recognition Convocations held at various sites on the Lincoln campuses by the several colleges of the University. Among the graduates is Ramona Ann Donaly Cramer of Estherville, who received a Doc- • tor of Education Degree from the Graduate College. ENDS TUES: "SUMMER OF '42' Color Rated R SHOWS DAILYl 7 & 9 P.M. GRAND THE A TER - ES THEff VIL L E ADULTS: $1.25 CHILDREN: 50c The blazing black stallion that carried a boy to manhood a love to its destiny-and a country < to victory! WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY! DEC. 29 ft 30th PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS Uek TSeautu 99 THE ALL-NEW MOTION PICTURE Q0At THE MOST BELOVED STORY OF ALL In Color » Paramount Picluie 'ABOUT TIME 1 SPECIAL NEW YEARS IV£ PROGRAM 3 BIG FEATURES FOR THE PRCE OF ONE! COME SEE ONE OR SEJ THEM AUI At 7:00 P.M. Glen Campbell in "NORWOOD" At 8:40 P.M. Peter Fonda in "HIRED HAND" At 10:15 P.M. Jason Robards in "NIGHT THEY RAIDED MINSKY'S" ALL IN COLOR - RATED GP. AFTER - CHRISTMAS 30-inch GAS STOVE l-Only White 30-inch GAS STOVE l-Only, Avocado Clock, Timer 179" 30-inch GAS STOVE 1-White 1-Avocado Auto. Oven 29999 30-inch ELECTRIC STOVE « I4999 Kenmore Automatic WASHER l-Only White 189" Kenmore Auto. Heavy Duty WASHER 2-Only-White 4-Cycle, 2-Speed 20999 7.7 Cu. Ft. Single Door REFRIGERATOR l-Only I4999 14 Cu. Ft. 2-Door Frostless REFRIGERATOR l-Only 24999 18-Cu. Ft. 2-Door Frostless REFRIGERATOR With Ice Maker 37999 10-Cu. Ft. Chest FREEZER l-Only I7999 17-Cu. Ft Chest FREEZER Reg. $309.95 269" 17-Cu. Ft. Upright FREEZER l-Only 24999 25-in. Consolette COLOR TV l-Only 419" 25-in. Table Model COLOR TV 39999 18-in. Portable COLOR TV l-Only 27999 22-in. Black & White CONSOLE TV l-Only 159" 22-in. Black & White CONSOLE TV l-Only 21999 CHAIRS 2— Green Nylon CHAIRS Reg. $99.95 Each Now 65 M W«/ Each 2— Red Velvet CHAIRS Reg. $159.95 Each Now 85" Each 2— Brown Vinyl CHAIRS Reg. $129.95 Each Now 89 Each 1— Green ROCKER Reg. $99.95 Now 7988 2-Gold CHAIRS Reg. $159.95 Each Now QQ88 # / Each 2- Gold Velvet CHAIRS Reg. $159.95 Each Now 85 M V «/Each POWER TOOLS Reg. $73.99 IMPACT WRENCH 54" Reg. $74.99 VISE 54" Reg. $64.99 ELECTRIC GRINDER 49" Reg. $43.99 SHOP VACUUM 29" Reg. $103.00 3 H.P. ELECTRIC MOTOR 75" Reg. $35.99 7-Inch CIRCULAR SAW 27" 10% DISCOUNT On All Stereo Record Players In Stock! 25* OFF On All Remaining CHRISTMAS TREES Reg. $69.50 DUAL MOTION SANDER 42" Reg. $44.50 DUAL MOTION SANDER 31" Reg. $39.50 POWER PLANER 2911 Reg. $49.44 ELECTRIC SANDER 39" Reg. $69.99 ROUTER 48" Reg. $54.99 Scroller SABRE SAW 32" Reg. $145.95 3 H.P., 220-Volt ELECTRIC MOTOR 99" One Group LIGHT FIXTURES PRICE Satis/action Guaranteed or Your Money Back I SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Sears ADULTS: $1.25 CHILDREN: 50c SEARS. ROEBCCK AND CO. 105 North Sixth Street Estherville, Iowa Phone 362-3571 STORE HOURS'. 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Daily Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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