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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 32 Minimum yesterday: 27 . WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 32 37 Wind, Velocity: 20 30 Wind, Direction: W W ONE YEAR AGO High, -2; Low, -3 NORTHWEST IOWA Cold wave warning Wednesday night. Strong shifting winds and much colder Wednesday night, temperatures falling to zero to 5 below by Thursday morning. Partly cloudy and continued cold Thursday, highs in the mid teens. Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were issued for Priscilla Sue Johnson, Estherville, to Vernon Lynn Reisner, Estherville; James Robert Lindell, Marinette, Wis., to Janette M. Wiley, Mankato, Minn.; and Ricardo Rivas Nava, Estherville, to RaeJean Belle Sifrit, Estherville. Police Court Eldon Ivin Zitterich, fined $10 and costs for failure to stop for red' light. Sabas Valdez, Estherville, forfeited bond of $50 and costs for public intoxication. Steven Triggs, Estherville, fined $15 and costs for speeding. Gordon John Elbert, Rodman, fined $10 and costs for failure to stop for red light. Robert W. Helmick, Estherville, forfeited bond of $10 and costs for excessive noise. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT- Admitted Tuesday: David Kensen, Mrs. Lillie Striemer, Mrs. EarlBenschoter, Burdean Fritz, Mrs. Rollin JoeckeL Michael A. Erdman, Fairmont; Major O. Palmer, aCeylon; ^1 Ji'^t^anaryj^Arin- ^strong. •-. V.. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Robert O'Brien, Mrs. Roger Schultz and baby, Mrs. Herman Eiynck, Fairmont; Ronnie Hinz, Granada. JACKSON — Admitted Tuesday: Edwin Anderson, Mrs. Arnold Alstad, Jackson. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Albert Stene, Lakefield. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Herbert Hagedorn, John Sytsma, Mrs. James Backes, Max Seely, Alvin Hurstad, Spirit Lake; Hans Mohr, Royal. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. George Gabel, Spirit Lake; Orval King, Spencer; Frank Gibson, Arnolds Park. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Glenn Pickens, Archie Poyzer, Mrs. Cora Bombarger, Robert Mustard, Mrs. C. C. Iler, Estherville; Pamella Thompson, Fairmont; Mrs. Roger Thorsheim, Swea City. Dismissed Tuesday: Dennis Johnson, Frank Shipley, Mrs. Michael McCready, Mrs. Ulla- belle Clabaugh, Ole Olson, Estherville; Elmer Schaeffer, Armstrong. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Tuesday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nielsen, Sherburn, 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Francis Leonard Burdorf, Estherville, 1972 Plymouth; Neppel Farms Inc., R. 1, Dolliver, 1972 Chrysler; James J. McGregor, Estherville, 1972 Mercury; Edward T. Griese, Dolliver, 1972 Ford. A new truck license was issued to Ernest Selmer Hanson, Estherville, 1972 Dodge. Rites Today For Mrs. Dollie Quinn Funeral services were held this morning, Jan. 12, 1972, for Mrs. Dollie Mae Quinn, 92, who died at 8:30 p.m. Jan. 10 from the infirmities of age. Mrs. Quinn was born Aug. 26, 1879, near Langdon in Clay county, the daughter of James and Ellen Jackson. She received her education in the rural schools of Clay county. She was married to Lewis Sheldon on Jan. 10, 1900, and he died March 24, 1916. In September of 1920 she married William Quinn at Spencer. Mrs. Quinn had lived in Estherville since 1916. At the time of her death -she 1 wars •living at the Mary Tracy home, 1205 2nd Ave. S. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Surviving are a son, Leslie i,, Superior; Mrs. Esther ^'Superior; two step-daughters, Mrs. Opal Pearson of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Zelma Besecker of Withee, Wis.; eight grandchildren and 26 great­ grandchildren. She was preceded in death by both husbands, two brothers and five sisters. Funeral services were held at St Patrick's Catholic Church with Monsignor James H. Duhigg presiding. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery. Reese - Henry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Tony Theesfeld, Deryl Johnson, Marvin Boever, Vincent Maloney, Pat Lynch and Duane Robinson. High School Seniors Cited State Scholars Official Publication ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 12,1972 Page 9 School Finances Listed Area Births A score of area high school seniors have been selected as "state scholars," it was announced today by the Iowa Higher Education Facilities Commission. Only students who made appli­ cation under the state scholarship program were considered for the recognition. A total of 1,902 received the honor in Iowa. Among them: Graettinger High School— Jos- Ruthven Drivers Hurt In Tuesday Collision Two Ruthven people are hospitalized at Emmets burg with injuries suffered in an intersection collision Tuesday morning, according to Marv Loebach, highway patrolman. The accident occurred eight miles west and a mile norm of Emmetsburg at an intersection of two county gravel roads. Suffering face and head lacerations and a possible concussion is George Largey, 61, driver of a 1969 Chevrolet gasoline tank wagon. With chest injuries and face and head lacerations is Mrs. Leonard Bredehoeft, 47, also of Ruthven. Mrs. Bredhehoeft's car, a 1968 Dodge station wagon, struck the truck broadside, then veered and stopped on the traveled portion" of the road facing west. The truck ended up in the southwest ditch of the intersection, lying on its right side. Loebach said that investigation into the details of the mishap is continuing. Dolliver Farmer Named To "200" Corn Club FAIRMONT — Born Tuesday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Kielblock, Fairmont, 8 pounds,, 9V2 ounces. DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Tuesday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hagedorn, Spirit Lake, 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Local Calendar WEDNESDAY W,W. L and Auxiliary 7:30 p.m. City Hall. Regular meeting. THURSDAY Senior Citizens Noon. Potluck dinner at Community Center. Degree of Honor 7:30 IOOF Hall. Jaycee Ettes 7:30 Regular meeting at home of Doris Huffman. American Legion 7:30 Cribbage. - Legion Hall. Bustler Rustlers 8:00 Dance at Elks club. Marion Lund calling. Democratic Women 8:00 Meet with Central Committee at DEK building. Area Calendar SUPERIOR THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 2:00 p.m. W.S.C.S. Mrs. H. D. Griffee. Bring prayer books. Mrs. Haglund Dies at Swea Mrs. Vina Haglund, 80, of Swea City died at 1:45 a.m. today, Jan. 12, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital in Estherville where she was a patient. Funeral services are pending at Reese-Henry Funeral Home in Swea City. Ben Huntley, Dolliver, was honored recently at Crow's 200 Bushel, Corn Club in Storm Lake. Huntley was one of more than 200 top corn farmers across the country receiving awards in this contest. His winning yield was made with Crow's 216 and 226. It yielded 160.0 bushels per acre. To qualify for membership in Cubs Get Badges At Pack Meeting Members of Cub Scout Pack 44 received merit badges Monday evening at a meeting of the pack at .Immanuel Lutheran church. Den No. 3 opened* and closed the meeting with the flag ceremonies. Those receiving wolf badges are Eric Guenther, Terry Nelson, Danny Soper, Terry Reiter ^TScWKjarr'^ " Den No. 2 entertained the pack with a short skit about a growing machine called Mr. Biggs. Den 3 was awarded the traveling attendance trophy with 87 per cent of its members present. Den 1 demonstrated some of the dual competitiongames which included arm wrestling, Indian wrestling, the one-legged pull and , Chinese pull. The rest of the evening was spent playing spin the bottle and a pingpong blowing contest. Saturday Star Route Changed Effective Jan. 15, the Saturday afternoon star route schedule will be changed. The star route will leave Estherville at 4:30 rather than 5:30. The last collection of mail from the collection boxes in the business district will be made at 3 p.m. letters may be mailed in the lobby until 3:45 and be dispatched on Saturday afternoon. Monday through Friday schedules remain unchanged. ACROSS 1. French priest 5. Outdoors- man 10. Sundered 11. City in Illinois 12. One of the Ages 13. Hebrew prophet 14. Netherlands river 15. Nelly — 16. Algonquin Indian 17. Threefold 19. Argot 20. Mrs. Richard Nixon. — Rvan 21. Knight's weapon 22. "George M." 24. Cut short 25. Ward off 26. Leg 27. Lake —, Ariz, reservoir 28. Meat counter item 31. Misjuclgc 32. Formal French dance 33. Youngster 34. Use sparingly 36. Terrible 37. Program of events 38. Finnish poem 39. Mountain climber's aid 40. Followed suit DOWN 1. Slanting 2. Shipworm 3. Sad 4. Poet's "evening" 5. Sacred 6. Asian river 7. Settle one's differences 8. Heighten 9. Responded 11. Hawaiian chant 15. Mixed 18. Facial decor 19. Venetian feature 21. Licit 22. Of a judge's chamber 23. Too old for the job 28. Yemen's capital •HooataHatiHH HUBH rasa HEIS DQSHH mnaaa Harass HQBE! ElHHGpiS oasng HBHHEJ Yesterday's Answer 29. Winnie- the-Pooh's creator 30. Wasted time 32. Foreshadow 35. Participle ending 36. Monk's title l 2 3 4 I B 6 1 e 9 10 1 IS m 14 m lb' n ia HP * 19 w m 20 • 21 21 23 1 2-1 as •i 26 W 21 MM H 26 29 30 31 34 35 32 3b S3 31 38 39 IP* m m if 40 Crow's 200 Bushel Corn Club one must shoot for at least 200 bushels per acre. The yields must be accurately measured and records kept on the farming practices used. Awards are presented to farmers that get over 150 bushels per acre. The top yield recorded in this year's contest was 272.4 bushels per acre. This yield was made by Harold Fernow at Marion. He used Crow's 707. Speaker at the awards banquet in Storm Lake'was Dennis Gustafson of Deloit. Gustafson annually tests over 150 hybrids on his farm and is known across the country for having the "world's largest test plot." Gustafson reported that the top hybrid in his test was Crow's 226. It yielded 187 bushels per acre. This was the first time that any hybrid has topped his test more than once. eph Richard Ferrell, Dennis Wayne Jacobsen. Lincoln Central, Gruver — Ann Irene Harvey, Connie Kay Moore, Mona Jean Stow. Estherville High School — Janice Kaye Bohnsack, Shelley Ann Bruce, Diane Ruth Helmich, _ Jeffrey Scott Higley, Constance Jeanette Juergens, William Chris Larsen, Lana Lucinda Leiding, Jane Susan Lindholm, Deborah Lou Meyer, Deborah Sue Norgaard, Mark Steven Sifrit. Sentral of Fenton — John Russell Nyman, Roland Henry Ostwald. Titonka — Stephen John Janssen. Emmetsburg — Vickie Jean Finn. Lakota— Marcia Kay Paulsen. Ledyard — Mark J. Munyer. Burt — Carol Gaye Sill. State scholars receive honorary citations from the governor and the commission and will have an opportunity to compete for some 300 monetary state scholarships toward tuition at an Iowa college next year. State scholars are selected on the basis of high school class rank and American College Test scores, explained Norman W. Kladstrup, executive director of the higher education facilities commission. "This year," he added, "we received 4,796 applications and 423 high schools are represented among the state scholar group." Monetary scholarships are awarded to highest ranking students who also need financial assistance to continue their education. Financial need is estimated by means of a detailed statement of family income and assets which must be filed with the College Scholarship Service. Awards are limited to tuition and fees, with a maximum of $610, and may be used at any Iowa college, university, area school or certified school of nursing. Scholarship funds for the 197273 academic year total $235,000, which also must cover renewal awards for state scholarship students who will be sophomores next year. Innovations mark Presbyterian Year Several changes and innovations marked the program of Estherville Presbyterian Church during 1971, reports given Sunday night at the annual meeting of the congregation indicated. Church school was moved to Wednesday night from the traditional Sunday morning hour; telecast of Sunday services was begun; a youth elder (pebra Willey) attended General Assembly, and a board of deacons was organized. Following a potluck supper Sunday night, the congregation saw slides of General Assembly with comments by Miss Willey. Besides presentation of reports and approval of the 1972 budget, elders, trustees and deacons were elected. Dave Andreasen, Mrs. Stephen Rose, Scott Rohlf and Harold Lenox were elected to the board of elders; Duane Syverson, Mrs. George Shadle and Jim Waldron were elected to the board of trustees, and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf, Mrs. Jerry Westohal, Fern Jackman, and Mrs. Don Poyzer were elected to replace deacons whose terms had expired. Because of the amount of work done by the board of deacons, three more persons were added, making a total of 15. Elected for a three-year term, Otto Schaper; two-year term, Mrs. Frank Rodger, and one year, Mrs. Glenn Hackett. Elected to the nominating committee were Duaine Hoick, chairman; Ervin Loewenberg, Jerry Nauss, Mayme Schaper, Kathy Kultala, Dorothy Fear, Mrs. Charles Yost, George Shadle and Robert Lee. Rev. H. Allen Wirtz moderated the congregational meeting and L. E. Grinstead presided at a meeting of the corporation during which the financial report and budget were presented. -.112 HEY MOM- LOOK A Purseful of Color Pictures 75 for only 3 I each -5x7 , 4 each Wallets, 18 each Exchange 3 HOURS ONLY 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, January 13 This ever popular package of school pictures will be available to all school age children at our studio. $3.75 paid at the time of the sitting and refunded if you are not pleased. NO APPOINTMENTS NEEDED. 700 Central - Estherville QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT Quarterly statement summary of proceedings of the Community School District of Estherville Township, County of Emmet, for the quarter ending December 31, 1971. I hereby certify that the following is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the above named school district. SCHOOLHOUSE FUND: Balance September 30, 1971 $ 34,975.73 Receipts for Quarter 108,443.53 Total to Account For 143,419.26 Disbursements 117,160.00 Certificates of Deposit 100,000.00 Balance December 31,1971 $126,259.26 GENERAL FUND: Balance September 30, 1971 $-23,135.27 Receipts for Quarter 744,409.74 Total to Account For 721,274.47 Regular Salaries Administration 27,796.89 Teachers 299,797.90 Auxiliary 11,705.52 Clerical 6,095.40 Janitorial 24,049.63 369,445.34 List of Warrants 307,819.83 Certificates of Deposit 325,000.00 Balance December 31, 1971 $369,009.30 LIST OF WARRANTS SCHOOLHOUSE FUND: CAPITAL OUTLAY Hukill Assoc. 375.00 DEBT SERVICE: Emmet County Bank 64,732.50 Iowa Des Moines 275.00 Iowa Trust 1,296.25 Merchants National 412.50 Valley Bank & Trust 68.75 INVESTMENTS: Emmet County Bank 25,000.00 Iowa Trust 25,000.00 $117,160.00 GENERAL FUND: CAPITAL OUTLAY Aslesens 3,290.00 Donavans 1,088.00 Remington Rand 1,065.00 FIXED CHARGES: Bankers Life 4,642.60 la. Employ. Sec. Comm. 10,644.39 IPERS 6,959.05 Parsons, John 230.97 INSTRUCTIONAL EXPENSE: A. B. Dick 941.30 Advanced Systems 251.54 Aldine Co. 7.50 Alesco 189.29 All American 50.32 Altman 153.30 Am. Assoc. of Health 6.86 Am. Educ. Pub. 429.60 Am. Guidance 70.47 Am. Heritage 115.35 Am. Lib. Assoc. 3.50 Am. Feed Mfg. 25.00 Am. Soc. of Agronomy 2.00 Anthony's 6.58 Armstrong Journal 30.00 Audio Visual Center 68.55 Baker & Taylor 1,168.34 Barnes, M. 5.00 Beaver, M. 5.00 Ben Franklin 9.33 Bennet, Chas. 79.51 Bico 60.22 Bobbs Merrill 3.96 Bowker, R. R. 10.00 Brady Co. 26.98 Brandt, D. 5.00 BroDart, Inc. 63.67 Brodhead Garrett 425.90 Burnstein Co. 4.33 Butler Paper 132.04 Carleton Stewart 70.10 Cenco 51.66 Childcraft Corp. 16.93 Christensens 17.11 Clark Pub. Co. 147.43 Clear View Co. 39.90 Coats & Clark 3.00 College Book Co. 51.55 Collier Macmillan 242.20 Community TV 49.50 Consumer Products 52.00 Congressional Dir. 14.35 Cornell U. 1.75 Creative Playthings 3.15 Corwell Co. 6.72 Dahna, R. 58.50 Decker AV 318.59 Dell Pub. 4.10 Demco 212.16 Denison Co. 43.56 DPI 40.00 Des Moines Stamp Co. 10.20 Dick Blick 206.63 Dodd Mead 3.38 Donovan Motor 66.08 Doubleday 3.51 Drawing Board 19.14 Educational AV 99.83 Educ. Reading 320.75 Educ. Testing 7.00 Educ. Ventures 14.87 Empire Co. 8.66 Erickson, E. J. 6.46 EVille Daily News 83.54 E'ville Drug 67.26 E'ville Greenhouse 6.21 E'ville Jaycees 282.27 E'ville Schools 37.09 Fareway 4.68 Farm Journal 2.00 Farm-Digest 4.00 Fetzer Ceramics 25.35 Fidler & Chambers 31.25 Filers 18.39 Fine, R. 5.00 Finney Co. 44.99 Fleet Press 4.48 Follett Corp. 105.09 Frontier Press 50.75 Gardston 3.50 Garry's 74.00 Geological Survey 23.00 Gibbs Graphic 22.37 Gibsons 11.84 Ginn Co. 826.02 Goodheart Co. 80.61 Goodin Co. 5.06 Gould Supply 63.90 Hackett, C. 10.00 Harcourt Brace 116.57 Harper Row 2.45 Hauff, Dwight 501.00 Hawkeye Books 33.24 Hawthorne Co. 6.24 Heath, D. C. 15.72 Hertzbergs 279.60 Hmkg. Lab. 4.50 Hoard's 1.50 Holt Inc. 58.06 Houghton Mifflin 1,376.78 H. P. Books 5.14 H. S. Act. Fund 1,512.55 Huse, P. 5.00 Ia. Assoc. of School Bds. 31.50 Ia. AV 167.90 Ia. Parcel 13.25 Ia. Safety Equip. 116.40 Ia. State U. 49.65 ILCC 1,148.10 Imperial International 1,028.18 Interstate 30.20 IVATA 20.00 Jr. High Act. Fund 524.73 KILR 15.00 Klipto 117.10 Knittel, Ray 62.50 Knobbee, Gallagher 992.00 Krafft Music 751.40 Laidlaw Co. 35.80 Latta Co. 891.11 Lee's 13.00 Leonard, B. 5.00 Letterman 2.00 Limberg, A. 5.00 Linn, M. 5.00 Lippincott Co. 35.06 Lyons 69.44 McCalls 1.99 McGraw Hill 4,161.87 Maplewood 75.23 Matson, Mat 27.50 Metropolitan 5,896.17 Midwest Co. 136.40 Midwest Beach 440.65 Midwest Shop 515.00 Milady Co. 53.17 Milbank Co. 886.61 Mills, K. 164.75 Moeding, D. 158.37 Monroe 172.00 Moon, L. 13.75 Morphew, L. 5.00 Morphew, S. 5.00 Morrow Co. 5.51 Motor Inn 10.00 Mouritsens 82.66 Mueller, B. 5.00 Nasco 5.40 National Hog Farmer 2.00 National Geographic 27.10 National Livestock Bd. 15.00 National Textbook 19.85 Nauss, J. 80.30 Newsweek 7.60 New York Times 26.00 Nordby Transfer 8.22 NUHS Act. Fund 308.75 Palmer Co. 53.42 Paramount Ceramics 171.92 Passons 38.82 Paxton Lumber 1,605.21 Pepper Co. 40.52 Pflaum Co. 5.68 Pickering, K. 5.00 Pink Supply 411.80 Porters Camera 28.35 Poyzer, Dean 38.60 Pratt 615.50 Prentice Hall 62.46 Psychological Corp. 59.35 Public Affairs Comm. 39.07 R & C Supply 1,119.80 Random House 8.71 Record Hunter 6.88 Research Press 9.12 Rexall Drug 32.86 Rhythm Band 60.45 Riverside Sinclair 52.13 Roberts Corp. 9.88 Sargent Welch 6.40 Satterlee Co. 10.27 Schmitt Music 93.33 Scholastic 410.45 Science Research 126.10 Scott Foresman 2,816.56 Sevold, Lucille 4.35 Seylar, B. 10.00 Shultz, Lyle 20.00 Sieg Co. 19.36 Simon & Schuster .74 Singer Co. 10.13 Southern Music Co. 3.71 Southwestern 215.41 Sportsman 6.80 Standard Stationery 8.86 Stansi 13.70 State Historical Soc. 5.00 Successful Farming 2.00 Suhumski, Kay 5.00 Supt.. of Documents 2.70 Swansons 24.29 Teachers Press 44.50 Theesfeld, Al 43.60 Triangle 3,137.68 Twyman Films 40.82 Typewriter Exchange 22.95 U. of Minnesota 9.15 U. of Nebraska 52.00 U. of Northern Iowa 14.00 U. of Wisconsin 8.00 Ultraseal 15.30 U. S. Geological Survey 4.50 U. S. Post Office 250.35 VEC 35.95 Verdaray 229.41 Vinita Flag Co. 101.15 Waffle Co. 56.01 Ward Brodt Co. 18.28 Warne Co. 11.65 Watts Inc. 37.92 Welding Supply 15.72 Wheeler, R. 5.00 Wilcox Follett 421.76 Wiley & Son 6.96 Wilson Co. 65.00 Woolworth Co. 14.00 World Pub. Co. 10.00 Yates 350.37 MAINTENANCE: Anderson Schenck 440.38 Am. Playground 40.33 Bagan & Sons 483.00 Belden Porter 371.75 Bradley Co. 31.74 Brey's 227.75 Brink Oil 175.72 Burke Sales 68.16 Coast to Coast 184.97 Crescent Electric 499.91 Des Moines Steel 784.00 Dust Tex 192.85 Electric Motor 87.34 E'ville Concrete Products 56.93 E'ville Implement 28.84 E'ville Laundry 1,711.96 E'ville Millwork 8.00 E'ville Scrap Iron 72.11 Fagre Construction 892.13 Friesners 1.17 Golden Sun 602.26 Great Plains 28.16 Hagedorn Plbg. 865.20 Halls 78.92 Harris Co. 70.45 Heidkes 203.71 Hillyard Co. 447.88 Hilti 43.80 Holcomb, J. L 149.80 H & S Roofing 11,786.49 Hubachers 9.09 Industrial Chem. 173.68 Johnson Service 10.60 Joyce Lumber 192.28 K & S Lumber 3.10 Lloyds 18.50 McDonald Co. 41.80 Mogal Corp. 190.48 National Acid 36.30 NCR 393.60 Olson Electric 11.11 Pepsi Co. 7.50 Prior's 139.00 Recher Inc. 553.24 Rogers Repair 6.70 Rosenberg, Lester 209.50 Sauls "66" 10.00 Schenck Upholstery 282.38 Sears 293.31 Sexauer Co. 232.85 Stalls 104.97 State Surplus Property 39.55 Turf Supply 33.61 U. S. Main. Supply 29.00 Waters Electronic 160.25 -Webster Plbg. 2,1S1.Z2 TRANSPORTATION: Am. Oil Co. 139.98 Apco 6.70 Arco 109.74 Ben's Service 340.21 Bud's Champlain 45.23 Cox Studio 6.00 E'ville Medical Center 5.00 Hammond Oil 88.97 Hawkeye Sales 84.58 Vaubel, E. K. 5.00 Zaugg, Joe 8.50 Zitterich's Garage 10.20 TRAVEL EXPENSE: Bohnsack, L. 71.50 Bose, R. 36.00 Cramer, R. 36.67 Currell, J. 36.00 Dugdale, R. 15.00 Fain, E. 136.80 Hilburn, W. C. 173.12 Hotel Leamington 108.00 Lepird, R. N. 36.00 Lohman, G. 16.20 Michael's 9.83 Olson, H. 3.51 Pals, D. 111.74 Rice, R. 406.56 Ross, V. 25.50 Shriner, R. 12.50 UTILITIES: City of Estherville 5,139.21 Northwestern Bell 760.85 Peoples Natural Gas 783.79 INVESTMENTS: Emmet County Bank 100,000.00 Iowa Trust 100,000.00 $307,819.83 AFFIDAVIT OF SECRETARY: I, Betty Jean Reynolds, secretary to the above named school district do hereby certify that this report, pages 1-13, is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of said district for the quarter ending December 31, 1971. Betty Jean Reynolds, Secretary Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of January, 1972. Helene Quillin Notary SEAL (Jan. 12) Stop Sex Talk GILMORE CITY, Iowa (AP) — A teacher of a sophomore world history class here, William Stamper, 25, has been told by the Gilmore City-Bradgate Board of Education to quit discussing sex in that class. The school board said it was told that in one class session, Stamper referred to Alexander the Great as a homosexual. Mrs. Lawrence Davis of Gilmore City complained to the board about sex discussions in Stamper's class and said she and other parents are circulating petitions protesting the matter.

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