Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 7, 1972 · Page 8
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Estherville to Fairmont to l/.P. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRL, JAR J t lW2_ Page 8 The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 30 Minimum yesterday: 17 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 18 18 Wind direction: SW SW Wind velocity: 5 5 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly clear and a little cooler Friday night, lows in upper teens. Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday, highs 35 to 40. Precipitation chances 5 per cent Friday night, 10 per cent Saturday. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Clara Johnson, Selma Handeland, Sandra Langfitt, Mrs. Ulabelle Clabaugh, Leonard Ness, Edwin Carson, Mrs. Beulah Ellingson, Mrs. Leslie Soper, Olie Olson, Estherville; Thomas Goche, Bancroft; Mrs. Viva Thackrey, Armstrong; William Pech, Swea City. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Ted Mathison, Mrs. Leslie Chapman, the Rev. Oscar Engebretson, Ollie Woods, Ronald Wagner, Mrs. Susan Billings, Michael Faber, Estherville; Clayton Wilcox, Terrll. Go West, Young Van Area Hospitals Auto Registrations FAIRMONT- Admitted Thursday: Terry L. Schultz, Darrell Fredin, Welcome; Mrs. Max Alsdorf, Ceylon; Mrs. Robert Whithead, Sherburn. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Warren Brockman, Mrs. Charles Haugen and daughter, Mrs. Rollie Sisson, Mrs. Ted R. Schoonover, Charles Klein, Welcome. JACKSON -Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Olive Forman, Mrs. William Bancroft, Mrs. John Mulligan, Jackson. Dismissed Thursday: Garth Muir, Jackson; Mrs. Paul Larson, Spirit Lake. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Lida Huff, Milford; Mrs. Lena Albertson, David Johnson, Mrs. Ralph Ferns, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Thursday: Marven Stofferan, Ocheyedan. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Thursday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Madsen, Truman, 5 pounds; son to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schultze, Fairmont, 9 pounds, 2 ounces. Presbyterian Sunday Service On Television The 10:30 a.m. weekly worship service of the First Presbyterian Church of Estherville, is being televised each Sunday over ti.e Estherville, Cable Company channel 11. This telecast is made possible through the purchase by the Presbyterian Church of the necessary television equipment, which will also be used in the educational program of the church. This television broadcast will not affect the broadcast of that same service each week over KILR Radio, which will continue as usual. The First Presbyterian Church of Estherville is the first in Iowa to broadcast its weekly services over cable TV according to a spokesman from the Concord Communications Systems of Iowa. All residents of Estherville who are hooked up to the Cable will be able to view these services each week in their homes. Iowa Given 363,000 More Grain Acres DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Dale Awtry, executive director of the Iowa Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS), says Iowa has been al- loted an additional 363,000 acres of feed grain base. Under new rules in the government's Feed Grain Program, a farmer must plant 45 per cent of the land normally planted to feed grain to preserve his historic right to that feed grain "base." If he failed to do so, the farmer lost the base and his share was put into a national feed grain base pool. Awtry said Wednesday it was from that pool that Iowa farmers received the additional base. Iowa received the additional base acreage, he explained, because of the failure of farmers elsewhere to comply with the federal planting rules, by farmers who retired and by farms being taken out of production. The additional base acreage puts Iowa's base at 13,811,020, Awtry reported. Cancer Program Area nurses and the public are invited to a cancer symposium to be held at Holy Family Hospital next Tuesday. There will be two sessions, at 12:30 and 7 p.m. The symposium will be headed by Dr. Donovan, hospital pathologist, and there will be discussion headed by a panel of physicians and a registered nurse. New car licenses were issued to James H. Allen, Estherville, 1972 Oldsmobile; Ervin N. Anderson, Armstrong, 1972 Pontiac; Priscilla R. Dow, Estherville, 1972 Cadillac; Harvey D. Janssen, Estherville, 1972 Ford; Norman Alaric or Lois LaVonne Jensen, Ringsted, 1972 Oldsmobile; Vern J. or Ethel Glasnapp, Ringsted, 1972 Oldsmobile; Lavonne E. Crim, Estherville, 1972 Chrysler. Local Calendar SATURDAY Christian Fellowship group 2:30 p.m. At the home of Mrs. Bell Mathre. KYN 7 p.m. Supper at the home of Mrs. Ruth Lungren. Eastern Star 8 p.m. Installation of Officers at Masonic Temple. Royal Neighbors 2 p.m. At the home of Mrs. Lois Lamb. MONDAY Morning Kiwanis Club 6:45 a.m. At Imperial Lanes. Past Pres. Am. Leg. Auxiliary 9:30 a.m. Breakfast at the home of Mrs. George Kibbee. Senior Citizens 2 p.m.Scrabbleand500atCom- munity Center. Eastern Star 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. Big Brothers 8 p.m. Board of Directors at Barber Hall. TUESDAY Kiwanis Club Noon. At Gardston Hotel. Wa-tan-ye 6:15 p.m. Dinner at the Gard­ ston Hotel. TOPS 7 p.m. City Hall. Woman's Club Fine Arts Dept. 7:45 p.m. Regular meeting with Mrs. George Kibbee. North Star Lodge 8 p.m. Regular meeting. Area Calendar SUPERIOR Road vehicles purchased in Estherville and converted to rail application in Fairmont will be roaming the western part of the United States this year, traveling the Union Pacific tracks. Just before the first of the year, Miner Motors of Estherville delivered seven Jeep vehicles to Fairmont Railway Motors to be made into that company's "Hy-Rails." The four wheel drive features make these vehicles desirable for use in rough mountain country. The program is not altogether new for either company. Miner has been furnishing the Fairmont industry vehicles for 20 years. Fairmont Railway Motors, after years of developing and testing, shipped the first Hy-Rail unit in July, 1949, to the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. This was a Willys-Overland Jeep truck chassis with a Fairmont built body and equipped with Fairmont hydraulically operated rail guide wheels. The application of the rail guide wheels made it possible for the unit to be used on both highway and railway by simple operation of controls located In the operator's cab. Soon to follow was the application of Hy-Rail equipment to the Jeep station wagon. A new Hy-Rail unit was added in 1955 with the application of Hy-Rail equipment to a 1954 Pontiac Station Wagon. This vehicle was deemed popular with supervisory personnel and inspection parties because of the versatility of the vehicle being able to use both the railway and-or highway as necessary. Guide wheels were raised and lowered hydraulically with controls easily accessible to the vehicle operator. In 1959 Pontiac was the first of the automotive industry to go "wide track." On the new models, the wheel tread center line to center line dimension exceeded the 59V2" required for operating on standard 56V2" gauge track. This prohibited its continued use, making it necessary to look to other vehicles for Hy-Rail use. Estherville Wagons Rev Up for Delivery Trip A new Hy-Rail group had been developed that was raised and lowered manually. This manually operated group was first applied to a 1959 Chevrolet station wagon. The manually operated units were more economical than the hydraulic and became more popular, resulting in discontinuing the hydraulic units in 1960. A standard, or universal Hy- Rail group was developed in I960, and was designed to be applicable to several models of vehicles with a minimum of variable parts. As the Hy-Rail groups were being developed for passenger vehicle's, they also were being applied to trucks of all sizes. These included pick-up trucks for the track forces on up through large tractor trailer trucks for specific jobs, and application to mobile crane carriers. Fairmont Hy-Rails have played a prominent part in many news- making events, even nation wide television. Two Fairmont Hy- Rails were used in a television commercial filmed on the Santa Fe Railway. The film was produced for the Shell Oil Co. Hy- Rails have been used during floods when it was impossible to use other vehicles for track inspection. They also have been used ahead of trains to make sure the track was clear of debris that might cause a derailment. Considerable favorable newspaper, television and magazine publicity resulted from the application of Hy-Rail equipment to a GMC bus similar to those used by Greyhound Bus Lines. The experimental unit was demonstrated in suburban service in Philadelphia, Pa., in October, 1967, and later in Atlanta, Ga„ and the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. The concept of using a Hy- Rail bus for passenger service is still an integral part of many metropolitan centers rapid transit studies. Tax Booklet Now on Sale A booklet that gives information on how to fill out federal tax returns will be sold at the Estherville Post Office, Officer- in-Charge Jim Matre announced today. "Your Federal Income Tax" was written by the Internal Revenue service and contains many examples to illustrate how the tax law applies to actual situations. A special feature of the booklet is the sample, filled in return, Form 1040, keyed to pages where explanations can be found for each entry on the return. The 160-page booklet will be on sale today and costs 75c a copy. "By selling this booklet at the post office in Estherville. We are offering a convenient service to our customers," Matre said. We are participating in a nationwide program to make the tax booklet available to the public in 15,000 postal facilities." Another popular IRS Publication, "Tax Guide for Small Business" will also be sold for Ringsted SUNDAY, JAN. 9: 1-4:00 p.m. Open house for the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kollasch at their home. TUESDAY, JAN. 11: 8 p.m. Happy Hour Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Arnold Saha. Husbands invited. RINGSTED Ringsted Visitors Return Home after Holidays SATURDAY, JAN. 8: 2 p.m. A miscellaneous bridal shower for Jan Wiley at Presbyterian Church at Ringsted. School Lunch MONDAY, JAN. 10 Italian noodles, Carrot stick, Buttered green beans, Pear sauce, School baked rolls, V2 pint milk. TUESDAY, JAN. 11 Scalloped potatoes and ham, Cabbage salad, Peaches in gelatin, Cheese sandwich, V2 pint milk. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12 Wiener winks, Bean soup, Chocolate cake, V2 an apple, Vi pint milk. THURSDAY, JAN. 13 Fried chicken, Sweet potatoes, Creamed peas, Cranberries, Celery stick, Spicy nice bars, Sandwich, % pint milk. FRIDAY, JAN. 16 Fish sticks, Potatoes, Carrot stick, Fruit cup. Blueberry muffin,' % pint milk. LPNs to Meet Iowa Lakes LPN unit will be meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Holy Family Hospital meeting room. The program will consist of a coronary workshop report. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knapp were hosts to their children during the holidays. Home were Linda Knapp of Oakdale, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knapp and Troy and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knapp and Rochelle, Mankato, Minn. The group were guests at dinner one day at the Clair Enge home at Emmetsburg. Visitors at the Clarence Petersen home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. LyleSkow, Graettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Adams and Ricky, Sherburn, Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Petersen and Theresa and Mr. and Mrs. Ranold Nelson. Mrs. Marie Berven, Estherville observed her 89th birthday New Years Day. Her guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carlson, Chokio, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Torger Winterton and Mr. and Mrs. Niels Petersen, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Looft, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berven and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Petersen. Al Fink was a visitor at the Lawrence and Vangie Skow home at Graettinger Sunday afternoon. Mary Andersen, a freshman at State University in Menomonie, Wis. arrived at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Harold L. Andersen, the day before Christmas Eve and will be home until Sunday, Jan. 16. H. Frank Andersen, who is a Senior at Luther College, Decorah, la. and his wife, Jan, who is a nurse at Luther College Health Service, arrived at the home of his parents Christmas Day. They were called to Centuria, Wis. Thursday by the serious illness of Jan's mother. New Year's Day dinner and afternoon guests of Mrs. Emma Ostedgaard were Mrs. Margaret Hansen, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. George Taft, Mrs. Mary Nelsen and Mrs. Irene Osted­ gaard. Mrs. Ostedgaard received telephone calls from her children who were unable to be with her including the Robert Ribbles, California, the Alfred Ostedgaards of North Little Rock, Ark., and the John Riddles of St. Charles, Mo. Mrs. Ella Christensen accompanied her grandson, Bill, Worthington, to Sioux Falls, S. D. Dec. 23 where they flew to Denver, Colo, and spent the holidays at the GaylordChristensenhome. They were Christmas Eve guests in the Mike Christensen home at Englewood. They arrived home on Dec. 30. Mrs. Anna Christensen entertained her Saturday Club New Year's Day with twelve women present. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hansen and sons were guests at the Dennis Hansen home in Milwaukee, Wis. for the holiday. They report that Dennis will be transferred to Des Moines as second general Manager at the Woolco Store which will open in February. He is taking his training now at Cedar Falls and the family will move to Des Moines as soon as a house is available. David Ingvall spent the holidays at the Lloyd Ingvall home at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Sorensen and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bensen were dinner guests Sunday at the Roy Johnson home in Lakefield, Minn. 75c a copy at selected offices. This publication answers many questions businessmen have about federal income, excise and employment taxes and also contains a 1972 tax calendar with due dates for various tax and information returns and payments. Need Hosts for Fest Guests Guest rooms are being sought by the Estherville Winter Sports Committee to house the "Old Gold Singers" and the College Ski teams the weekend of Feb. 4-5-6. Thirty men and women from the University of Iowa will arrive Friday, Feb. 4. Those on festival are asking Estherville residents who don't have a full quota of guests to host the singers. Late that Friday the College ski teams from Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan will arrive to claim the Governor's Cup Saturday. Director of Mid-West Collegiate Ski Association Holger Petersen says that these boys will bring sleeping bags and all they will need is a recreation room and a bit of breakfast to get them off to the slope in the morning. Guest housing is a special need of the Winter Sports Festival so if you have a room please call the Chamber of Commerce or Mrs. J. L. Powers, 2-2317. A Headache For Bayer DETROIT (AP) - A $1.5-million suit has been filed in U.S. District Court charging the makers of Bayer Aspirin, the American Medical Association- AMA-and the American Broadcasting Co. with conspiring to deceive the public with false advertising claims. Also named as defendants were Detroit television station WXYZ and an unidentified advertising agency. The AMA is charged with publishing false claims that Bayer aspirin is superior to other, less expensive brands of aspirin. The class action suit was filed Monday on behalf of all aspirin users by attorney John Toomey of Ann Arbor, Mich. 20 Years Ago New Delivery Jerry Miner delivers Jeep keys to Railway Motors executive in Fairmont. Superior Nebraska Guests Visit in Miner Home Tony and Shelly Miner, Bloomfield, Nebr. visited at the Robert Miner home from Wednesday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Miner took them home on Sunday afternoon and returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Johnson and Todd and Chad Doughtery of Milford were New Years guests at the Earl Fries home. Mrs. Mabel Millsap spent New Years Eve and New Years Day with Mrs. Tressa Sllngerland. Mrs. Nellie Marr was also a New Years Eve guest at the Slingerland home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Millsap visited her mother, Mrs. Jenny Dontje at Buffalo Center New Years Eve. Mrs. Mattie Meyers, Harris spent Sunday with Mrs. Mabel Millsap and they attended church in Estherville and then visited friends in Jackson, Minn, in the afternoon. Mrs. Darwin Myrick called on Mrs. Mabel Millsap Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Worthington and family of Bloomington, Minn, were guests at the Kenneth Thomson home from Dec. 27 until Dec. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wee and Kenneth, Waterloo were Christmas weekend guests at the Meryln Wee home in Estherville and the Kenneth Thomson home. Mrs. Wee and son stayed until Sunday Jan. 1 when Mr. Wee came after them and they went home to Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Griffee, Mrs. Nancy Scott and Tonja and Mrs. Cora Griffee were New Years guests at the Robert Dice home in Lake Park. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dice and daughters of Hartley, Mrs. Rachel Colwell and Mrs. Joan Griffee, Spirit Lake. HELP WANTED The Des Moines Register is seeking man, woman, or sophomore, junior or senior high school student with car for Sunday rural route in the Ringsted locale. 3 to 3V2 hours per Sunday with average earnings of $72.00 per month. Can be handled out of Fenton, Armstrong, Ringsted, Seneca, Emmetsburg, Gruver, Maple Hill or Estherville areas. Write W. L. Stanley, Emmetsburg or Russell George, Ringsted, or Phone 712-852-2182, Emmetsburg 6:00 p.m. to 8 p.m. GRAND THEATER - ESTMERif/LLE ENDS SATURDAY - SHOWS AT 7 & 9 P.M.Adults: $1.25 Children: 50c SUN.-MON.-TUES. JAN. 9-10-11 Eves: 7 & 9 p.m. Sun. Mat.: 2 p.m. BLIND & ALONE WITH A MAD KILLER! Keep your eyes 011 what she cannot see MIA A ft ROW "SEE COLOR i;j>

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