Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 30, 1971 · Page 10
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 10

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Plus a Cow Police Report 3 Collisions The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES " Maximum yesterday: 20 Minimum yesterday: 15 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 15 15 Wind direction: NW NW Wind, velocity: 12 12 Snow: 5 inches ONE YEAR AGO High, 21; Low, 20 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly clear and colder Thursday night, lows 5 to 12, winds becoming westerly under 15 mph. Partly cloudy Friday, highs in 20s. Precipitation chances 5 per cent Thursday night, near zero Friday. Former Ringsted Woman Succumbs RINGSTED - Word has been received by Stella Nolan of the death of her sister, Mrs. Harry (Florence) Nielsen, 61, of Omaha. Mrs. Nielsen died Monday, Dec. 27, 1071, at an Omaha hospital following recent surgery. Funeral services are pending but will be at Omaha following word from her son who is in Thailand. She has three daughters living in Omaha. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Pedersen and was born in Ringsted and received her education there. She is also a sister of Mrs. Ella Christensen of Ringsted and Mrs. Charles Hartel of Estherville. Terril Servicemen Have New Bases TERRIL — E3 Jamie Besaw is spending a 15-day leave from the armed forces with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Besaw and family. He has been stationed at Fort Knox, Ky„ and on Jan. 2 will leave for Fort Dix, N. J. Besaw will soon be stationed in Germany. M-Sgt. Troy Caskey called his wife, Delores, from Turkey a week ago to tell her that he will return to the states in March. The family will then move to California where Sgt. Caskey will be stationed at the air force base near Riverside. Wiring Burned Firemen were called for an automobile fire at the Sam Shonkwiler residence, 220 N. 13th, at 2 p.m. yesterday. Shonkwiler had been trying to start the car, a 1961 Chevrolet, when it caught fire around the carburetor and burned out the wiring. He had the blaze extinguished when firemen arrived. When a tire has only 1-16 inch of tread depth left, it is worn out and should be replaced, for safety's sake, says the Tire Industry Safety Council. DAVID OELKERS David Oelkers Grad uates Sum in a Cum Laude David R. Oelkers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oelkers, Dunnell, was among 502 students receiving degrees Dec. 18 at Mankato State College fall quarter commencement. Oelkers graduated summa cum laude along with six other Mankato graduates. To graduate summa cum laude a student must maintain a grade point average of 3.80. Oelkers received his degree from the School of Business in the department of accounting with a grade point average of 3.88. He was graduated from Sherburn High School, served a tour of duty with the U.S. Navy and was graduated from Iowa Lakes Community College before attending Mankato State College. Oelkers is married to the former Peggy Omundson of Estherville and they have one son, Sean. Their address is St. Clair, Minn. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Wednesday: Harvey Hansen, Mrs. Mayme Alexander, Edwin Juhl, Estherville; Mrs. John Munch, Amos Fines tad, Fenton; Duane Quinn, Armstrong. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Dale King, William Moore, Richard Trenary, Mary Anderson, Irvin Christensen, Estherville; Frank O'Connor, Graettinger; Roberta King, Armstrong, Cynthia Reinhardt, Dunnell; Steven Elsbecker, Bancroft. Estherville police reported three accidents Wednesday, none of them involving personal injury. First of the three occurred at 2:15 p.m. at Second Ave. N. and Second Street where two pickups met in misfortune. Donald E. Thornburg, Estherville, driving a 1967 Ford pickup, was headed south on Second Street near the Second Avenue intersection, when Clifford J. Peta, Estherville, in a 1963 Ford pickup, left the curb to head south and struck the Thornburg vehicle. Police said damage to the Thornburg pickup was about Area Hospitals Superior FAIRMONT — Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Grace Swift, Virgil T. Wittmer, Delos Fritz, Thad Kusick, Fairmont; Mrs. Deloy Rolansky, Lakefield; Mrs. George Burt, Armstrong. Dismissed Wednesday: Richard Carter, Fairmont; Mrs. William Gies, Swea City; Ronald Green, Granada; Mrs. Robert Holm, Ledyard; Mrs. James Ibsen, Welcome. JACKSON - Admitted Wednesday: none. Dismissed Wednesday: Ann Zeverka, Jackson; George Thiesen, transferred to Jackson Good Samaritan Home. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Marven Stof- feran, Ocheyedan; Jacqueline Logan, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. James Johnson, Spencer; Mrs. Kathryn Gardner, Mrs. Pearl Arp, Spirit Lake; Linnea Moore, Milford; Harold Huntley, Estherville; William Heikens, Lake Park; Alan Krueger, Milford. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Wednesday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mahassey, Fairmont, 7 pounds, 2V2 ounces; daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry, Algona, 8 pounds, 3V2 ounces. Name Winners At Terril TERRIL — Several of the local merchants held a Christmas drawing at their place of business on Friday. Winner of a large table lamp at the Community Center was Mrs. Harry Probst. Managers, Pete and Verdene Pedersen, hosted free coffee and doughnuts throughout the day for their customers. Prize winners at Dale's D-X station were Ed Wollner, turkey; Louie Berning of Milford, Santa plaque; Chuck Austin of Milford, 12-hich wrench; Mrs. Mary Sangl, eight^inch wrench; and Mrs. Erwin Bridson, Christmas wreath. Mrs. Orlyn Strojahn won the 50 gallons of gas given away at Zelinsky Service Center. There were three drawings held at Don's Clover Farm Store. Mrs. Marie Johnson won the electric corn popper at the Dec. 11 drawing. Connie Goetsch won the electric perculator on Dec. 18 and the electric fondue set was won by Mrs. Dale Upward on Dec. 24. Wilbert Bielfeldt won a ham at the drawing in Roy's Tavern. The fruit basket was won by Duane Anderson. Terril Bill Crumlett of San Antonio, Tex., spent Tuesday throughSun- day visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crumlett. Other holiday dinner guests in the Crumlett home were Mrs. Sharon Block, Shelley and Steve of Spirit Lake and Tom and Pam Crumlett. Mr. and Mrs. Don Powell Sr., Judy Powell of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Don Powell Jr. and Tammy, Jess Powell, Mrs. Thelma Milton and Otto Powell of Spencer were Christmas dinner guests of the Holger Jensens at Spirit Lake. Christmas dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stratman were Jim LeStrange Sr., Mr. and Mrs. James Le­ Strange Jr., Todd and Amy and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clayton of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bueltel and family were among Christmas Day guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Rose Bueltel. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore spent last weekend in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wartnaby and boys at Clear Lake. Dinner guests in the Wayne Moore home Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore, Dr. and Mrs. Carlyle Moore and Jeff of Emmetsburg, Bill Moore of Vermillion, and Jana and Eric of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hasbrook of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zehnder of Milford and Mrs. Jennie Alvestad of Spirit Lake. Supper guests were Dr. and Mrs. Les Moore and girls. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Alvestad and family of Estherville and Mrs. Jennie Alvestad with Roy McKean joining the group for supper. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walsh and Mike spent Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Delia Bosrich at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Piatt of Maryville, Mo., also joined the group at Sioux City. $290. Peta was ticketed for failing to yield. At 4:15 p.m., a panel truck driven by Kenneth E. Kollasoh, Estherville, and a car driven by Regina Joy Hornby, also of Estherville, collided on Second Ave. N. near the courthouse. Kollasch, driving a 1969 Ford panel owned by the Estherville Greenhouse, was backing from a parking place and failed to see the Hornby car, a 1965 Pontiac, striking it in the right rear. Damage was slight. A half hour later cars driven by John Charles Birney of Estherville and Alan Roger Munson, also of this city, collided on North Seventh near First Ave. N. Birney, in a 1968 Javelin, had backed from the west curb and stopped, headed southwest, and his car was struck in the rear by the Munson 1969 Chevrolet, which had turned from First Ave. N. to Seventh. In a belated report from 6 p.m. Tuesday, one Vern Frank Switzer of Spirit Lake said the left front of his 1964 Mercury was damaged when it hit a cow five miles northwest of Estherville. The cow, owned by Arthur White, appeared to have an injured leg, but is reported to have fully recovered from the incident. You suffered the misfortune of having your earning power stopped by illness or injury. You had to "take a bite" of your plan—perhaps a big bite, and you did have to draw income from your plan. Yet—you still may be eligible for a refund! In this case you will get back a percentage of net premiums you have paid less the amount of the benefits you have received. Thus your plan has given you protection, has furnished income when you needed it, and you still may be eligible for a refund! For information and professional advice on setting up your plan . . . CALL THE MAN WHO WILL HELP YOU PIAH at your County Farm Bureau Office You became the one man out of every three that statistics tell us will suffer a LONG-TERM disability before age 65! In this event you have probably been forced to "eat all of your apple". In other words—total disability from illness or injury has caused you to draw heavily from your plan to provide monthly income. In which case you will probably have no refund coming. But your plan has substituted for lost earning power and has provided income to avoid financial disaster! For information and professional advice on setting up your plan . . . CALL THE MAN WHO WILL HELP YOU PLAN at your County Farm Bureau Office Terril Mr. and Mrs. Burr Wright, Mrs. Margaret Berger and Bruce and Deb Lyons of Fort Dodge, Louise Berger of Minneapolis and Steven Berger of Iowa City enjoyed a Christmas Day dinner at the Gardston Hotel dining room in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Donald King spent the Christmas weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles King and family at Worthlngton. Denise King returned home with them to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. David King, Phillip and Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wilcox ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., DEC. 30,1971 Vuge 1Q hosted a family dinner at the Memorial Building Sunday with their children and grandchildren as guests. Holiday dinner guests in the Cliff Blum home were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Orlyn Steffen and family of Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Currans and family of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Curry and family of Marshall, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bryan and family of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf and family of Elk Grove Vllliage, D.I., spent the Christmas weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jackson and Tammy Were also Christmas Eve guests. Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith and; Larry were Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Smith and family, Mr. and: Mrs. Merwin Smith, Mr. and; Mrs. Donald Bolte of Waterloo' and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Williams! of Ames. Dinner guests Christ-: mas Day were Mr. and Mrs,; Merwin Smith, Mr. and Mrs.- Bolte and Allen Anderson. it* We don't know how effectively "an apple a day" guards your health—but it is a positive fact that you will need a source of income if your earning power stops as a result of illness or injury. You CAN safeguard against loss of earning power and be assured a regular income through Farm Bureau Life's GUARANTEED RENEWABLE Income Protector Plan! This plan can be set up in a number of different ways to meet your particular needs and your budget . . For example—if you are fortunate in avoiding illness or injury and do no* "take a bite" of your plan; do not receive any income benefits, you can be eligible to get back a percentage of the premium you have paid! This can amount to a 100% refund of net premiums paid . . . for instance—if you start your plan between ages 18 to 40 and continue with it through age 65 you will receive all net premiums paid if you have not been paid any benefits. For information and professional advice on setting up your plan— Call the Man Who Will Help You Plan at your county Farm Bureau Office. FRRI11 BURERU 7*4«*4«*tf£ PLANNED FINANCIAL SECURITY FOR FAMILIFS IN IOWA, MINNESOTA, NEBRASKA and NORTH DAKOTA

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