Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 13, 1972 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1972
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We must honor neighbor's beliefs By Abigail Van Buren It itn Mr Chicin TriMiw-N. Y. Ntws Smd., Incl DEAR ABBY: How long are you going to pollute the world with your ignorance? Someone wrote and told you that in his native country [India] it was all right under certain conditions to make another man's wife pregnant. And you replied, "Thank you for illustrating a point which we in the Western World are apt to forget. We represent a very small part of the world, and what we consider 'immoral' or 'unethical' is not necessarily immoral or unethical in other countries and for other cultures." Well, he is wrong and so are you! Just because they do it in other countries doesn't make it right. You ignorant woman. Have you not read the Ten Commandments? Have you not read in the New Testament that Christians are to go all over the world and teach the gospel? That includes India, too. It is polluters like you who delude ignorant people into believing that immoral acts are all right. It's time Christians everywhere wrote to you and demanded that you speak the truth. DISGUSTED WITH YOU DEAR DISGUSTED: The essence of all religions is to love your neighbor as yourself. And to love one's neighbor, we must respect his beliefs, tho they be different from our own. To try to impose our values on others is not only a denial of their rights, but also a form of arrogance, which in itself is irreligious. An ancient Hebrew prayer put it very well: "From the cowardice that shrinks from new truth, From the laziness that is content with half-truths, From the arrogance that thinks it knows all truth, Oh, God of Truth, deliver us." DEAR ABBY: Tell that lady who is allergic to cigaret smoke that I have the same problem. Only I have asthma on top of it. I put a great big sign on my front door which says, "NO SMOKING INSIDE," and I have a can with sand in it standing on my front porch for cigaret butts. Some people have called me a mental case. My own son, for one. He hates having to dash outside for a smoke every time he comes to see me, but I tell him that if he has to smoke that's HIS problem, and I am not going to get sick over it. I sure pity smokers. They stink! RUTH IN GREELEY, COLO. DEAR RUTH: I have a sister who's as opposed to smoking as you are. She has a lovely little metal "sign" in her living room which reads, "Thanks for not smoking!" DEAR ABBY: When I read thai letter from the heartbroken, worried sick, wife whose ."husband, almost .never wrote to her from Viet Nam, it reminded me of a great idea I've had ever since World War II when my husband did me the same way. I would like to recommend to the Secretary of Defense that a new service ribbon be created which could be added to those worn so proudly on uniformed chests. This one would be black with a white stripe running down the center. To be awarded to skunks who don't write home. MARRIED TO ONE For Abby's new booklet, "What Teen-Agers Want to KMW ," wad 91 to Abby. Bra 6974M. Los Angeles, Cal. 9MM. TV Tonight . . . Petula Clark Guest On Dean Martin Show ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., JAN. 13,1972 Page 3 Arts-Way Sales Off for Quarter The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 38 Minimum yesterday: -7 WALTER C. RIGHTER Episcopal Bishop is Consecrated DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) In a solemn and colorful ceremony the Rev. Walter C. Righter was consecrated the seventh Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Iowa Wednesday. The ceremony was held in St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Cathedral. Bishop Righter succeeds the Rt. Rev. Gordon V. Smith, who retired after 21 years of service to the diocese. Righter was rector of the Church of the Good Shepard at Nashua, N.H., for 17 years before he was chosen to become Bishop of Iowa. A native of Pennsylvania, Bishop Righter is a World War n veteran and a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and the Berkeley Divinity School at New Haven, Conn. His wife, Marguerite Jeanne, is a native of Ames, Iowa and graduated from Grinnell College. Zina Haglund Dies Wednesday At Crystal Lake Presented by COMMUNITY TV SIGNAL CO. THURSDAY ME AND THE CHIMP — Debut of series on a dentist whose children adopt a chimpanzee. 7:00 p,m. CBS. MY THREE SONS — New day and time. Triples star on a TV commercial. 7:30 p.m. CBS. IRONSIDE — Tongue — in — cheek tale of unusual burglary ring. 8 p.m. NBC. PERRY MASON - Quiet fishing trip turns violent. 8:30 p.m. tod. channel 7. DEAN MARTIN - Petula Clark guest star. 9 p.m. NBC. DRAGNET — Investigate case of boy with severe back lacerations. 10 p.m. hid. Channel 7. FRIDAY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC " A mer ica's Wonderlands — the National Parks." 6:30 p.m. NBC "SANFORD AND SON," - debut of new series, a black situation comedy. 7:00 p.m. NBC MOVIE FANTASY - Tony Randall stars. 7:30 p.m. NBC ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR AWARDS-Ed Sullivan host. 8:00 p.m. CBS LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE 9:00 p.m. ABC JOHNNY CARSON - Totie Fields guest stars. 10:30 p.m. NBC Zina Haglund, 79, Swea City, died at 1:45 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1972. She'>was born Oct. 24, 1891, at Crystal Lake to Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hansen. She was educated in the Elmore and Swea City schools. She was married to John Haglund July 24,1923, at Swea City. They farmed at Swea Cityl' They retired and moved to Swea City. She was a member of the United Methodist Church at Swea City. Mrs. Haglund is survived by one son, Fredrick Haglund of Greenville, Mich.; two daughters, Mrs. Laurence (Kathryn) Rise of Reding, Mass., and Mrs. Var Sell (Janice) Weaver of Boise, Idaho; 14 grandchildren, one brother, Fred Hanson of Swea City and one sister, Rena Haglund. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one grandchild and eight brothers and sisters. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church at Swea City with the Rev. W. M. Bloodworm officiating. Burial will be at the Harrison Township Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at Reese-Henry Funeral Home at Swea City until noon Friday. Driver Ticketed Two vehicles were damaged and the driver of one was ticketed for an illegal change of lanes in an accident here last night. Estherville police said that Mark John Finnegan, Ruthven, was headed east on Central Avenue near 17th St., when he changed lanes improperly and struck a car driven by Vernon Neal Martin, Estherville. WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -7 -6 Wind, velocity: 10 10 Wind, direction: NW NW ONE YEAR AGO High, 16; Low, 16 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly clear with cold wave conditions Thursday night, lows 10 to 20 below zero. Partly cloudy, continued very cold Friday, highs 5 to 10 above zero. Precipitation chances 10 per cent. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT - Admitted Wednesday: Fay Harris, Fairmont. Admitted Jan. 10: Ben Bettin, Sherburn. Death: Ruth Rowley, 59, Fairmont. Dismissed Wednesday: David Jensen, Mrs. Clyde Sheely, Fairmont; Elmer Dahlke, Mrs. Carl Hivley, Ceylon; Mrs. Dwight Neubarth and baby, Northrop. JACKSON - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Melvin Rasmussen, Alpha; Ernest Miller, Jackson. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Arnold Alstad, Jackson; Mrs. Ruby Iverson, transferred to Good Samaritan Home. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Jack Tatman, Mrs. Vivian Harmon, Carroll Torgeson, Spirit Lake; Dorothy Jacobsen, Lake Park; LeRoy Graves, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Wednesday: Laurie Engelson, Harris; Michael Moeller, Milford. Death: Backes infant, Spirit Lake. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE — Admitted Wednesday: Arthur Fossum, Mrs. Dwayne DeVall, Mrs. Gertrude Reinders, Graettinger; Mrs. Anna Hanna, Swea City; Walter Henderson, Armstrong. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Arnum Lee, Paul Selberg, John Wee, Mrs. C. V. Her, Cora Bombarger, Estherville; Virgil Oleson, Graettinger; John Kinnander, Dolliver. Deaths: Mrs. Zina Hagland, 80, Swea City; Edwin Carson, 99, Estherville; Mrs. Anna Hanna, 91, Swea City. Local Births ESTHERVILLE — Born Wednesday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rolling, Bancroft, 7 pounds, 7 ounces. ARMSTRONG-Arts-Way Manufacturing Company, Inc., had sales of $1,975,009 for the second quarter ended Nov. 30, 1971, according to unaudited figures just released by the company. This compares with sales of $2,524,550 in the same quarter last year. Net Income for the second quarter was $109,343, or 23 cents per share, compared with $203,820, or 42 cents per share, in the same period last year. Net sales for the first half of the fiscal year were $4,112,911, compared with $4,982,820 in the same period a year ago. First- half net income was $212,915 (44 cents per share), compared with $368,177(75cents per share) in the six months ended Nov. 30, 1970. Arthur Luscombe, company president, attributed the downturn in sales to the depressed hog Immanuel Installs Officers Will Mexico Tell of Trip stfcerville's No. 1 SuperMarket S mitt SUPER VALU GOOD VALUE Peanut Butter 2% lb. JAR A dentist from Garner who last fall traveled to Mexico as part of a medical team from Iowa will be at the First Presbyterian Church of Estherville Sunday morning. Dr. A. G. Landon, whose trip was recently high-lighted in the Des Moines Register, will show slides of his work at a 9 a.m. coffee and will also participate in the 10:30 a.m. worship service. He will tell of the work this group of volunteer laymen did as they attempted to meet the medical needs of people who normally cannot obtain the services of a medical doctor or dentist. The public is invited to attend. Ceylon Woman Succumbs at 55 Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Wednesday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. James Backes, Spirit Lake, 2 pounds, 3 ounces; ' ' Local Calendar THURSDAY 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. FRIDAY United Methodist Church 1 p.m. W.S.C.S. Sacrificial luncheon in Youth room. Awarded Degree Marjorie Diane McMillin, Ruthven, was among the 55 to receive mid-term degrees at Morningside College, Sioux City. She received a bachelor of arts degree. Mrs. August (Leona) Rosenberg, 55, Ceylon, Minn., died Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1972, at Fairmont Community Hospital from cancer. She had been ill for the past two years. She was born Nov. 1, 1916, at Wheaton, Minn. She attended Fairmont schools. On Feb. 23, 1941, she was married to, > August Rosenberg in Ceylon.' She had worked at .jjfc^B^^^^Gamp'-at Fairmont ttbnf'19"$8 to 1971. She was ' a* member of St. John's United Church of Christ at Ceylon. She is survived by her husband, August, Ceylon; two sons, David and Richard of Ceylon; and one daughter, Mrs. Michael (Roberta) O'Brien of North Mankato, Minn.; two grandchildren, Shane and Chad O'Brien of North Mankato; her mother, Mrs. Lena Rosenberg, Ceylon; and seven brothers, Herbert Schmidtke of Emporia, Kan., John and Fred Schmidtke of Ceylon, Ervin Schmidtke of Dunnell, Elmer and Charles Schmidtke of Estherville, and Floyd Schmidtke of Germany; and one sister, Mrs. Ruth Petersen of Ceylon. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at St. John's United Church of Christ at Ceylon with the Rev. Edwin Hakel officiating. Friends may call at Goodell Funeral Home, Ceylon, beginning today and one hour prior to service at the church Saturday. Realtors to Meet The annual meeting of the Emmet Realty Co., has been set for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18 at the Gardston Hotel. New officers and board appointees were installed for 1972 at the Sunday service Jan. 9 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Estherville. They are Alvin Thomsen, chairman of the Board of Discipleship; O, E. Olson, chairman of the Board of Property Maintenance; Luvern Fanter, chairman of the Board of Stewardship; Martin Baedke, chairman of the Board of Christian Education; Harry Heeren, chairman of the Board of Evangelism; Robert Gommels, chairman of the Board for the Youth; Glen Long, chairman of the Board of Finance; and SydSchutt, chairman of the Board of Welfare. Appointees for the various boards include: Burdette Thiesen, William Bockman, Carl Ahrens, L. L. Burch, John Gosch, Leland Kolpin on the Board of Discipleship; Edward Ahrens, Jr., Russell Barber, Mrs. O. E. Olson, and Mrs. Norma Schmeling on the Board of Youth; Vernon Reisner, Dale Masters, Earl VanDriel, Donald Spoo, Edwin Leiding, Howard Brekke, Harry H. Heldt, John Koenecke and Keith Nelson on the Board of Finance; Glen Whitish and George Geerdes on the Board of Property Maintenance; Ted Hardman, George Strange, Bennet Rust and Kent Thomsen on the Board of Stewardship; Mrs. Carl Ahrens, Carol Cuklanz, Terry Koebernick, Mrs. Harold Niss and Duane Smallfield on the Board of Christian Education; Orville Sampson, Earl Stick, Gerald Hanson, and Lester Thompson on the Board of Evangelism; and H. A. Balmer and Alton Limbergonthe Board of Welfare. price structure during much of the six-month period. However, he said, company sales had turned upward by the end of the second quarter and have continued upward into the third quarter, with December, 1971 sales exceeding those of December, 1970. Arts-Way manufactures portable feed grinding and mixing units for livestock and poultry farmers, both under its own brand and under private labels for other companies. It also manufactures its own silage mixing wagon for cattle feeders. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Weigh-Tronix, Inc., established last year at Armstrong, manufactures electronic weighing devices and systems both for Arts- Way products and for a wide variety of industrial uses. The company reports that new product development by the subsidiary is continuing at a steady pace. Arts-Way stock is traded on the over-the-counter market. Why we're cooperating to 1971 HORNET SST, 2 Door Sedan, 6 Cylinder Automatic, Deluxe Interior, Brilliant Green, White Walls, 5 miles. Federal Excise Tax Deduction — $125.71. Armstrong Man Dies at 99 Edwin Carson, 99, Armstrong, a retired farmer, died at 11 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1972, at Holy Family. Hospital, He had been a TeaWej^,,/jt ^B^mer -Nursing Home at Estherville Tor the past five years. Funeral services for Carson are pending at Reese-Henry Funeral Home at Armstrong. Mrs. Anna Hanna Dies Thursday Mrs. Anna Hanna, 91, Swea City, died at 2 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital. Funeral services are pending at Reese-Henry Funeral Home at Swea City. 1971 JAVELIN SST, 2 Door Hardtop, V-8, Floor Shift Automatic, Bucket Seats, Console, Power Steering, Brillant Green, White Walls, 3,600 Miles. Federal Excise Tax Deduction— $173.90. 1971 GREMLIN, Floor Shift, 11,000 Miles. 1971 HORNET 2 Door, 6 Cylinder, Automatic, Radio, 20,000 Miles. 1969 REBEL SST 4 Door Sedan, 6 cylinder, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Individual Seats, White Wall Tires, Looks Like New, Balance of Factory Warranty Available. 1969 AMBASSADOR 2 Door Hardtop, V-8, Automatic, Full Power, Factory Air, Vinyl Roof, 43,000 Miles, Balance of Factory Warranty Available, Good Rubber. 1969 CHEVY R NOVA Coupe, V-8, Automatic Power Steering, Radio, Vinyl Roof, New Brakes, Shocks, Tires (2 Snow Tires). 1968 AMBASSADOR 4 Door, Automatic. Factory Air. 1966 CHEVY CAPRICE 4 Door Hardtop, V-8, Automatic, Full Power, Good Rubber, 60,000 Miles. 1965 OLDS DELTA 88 Full Power. 1965 MERCtJR'r* 4 dr. Sed. Nice car. * 1963 RAMBLER 4 Door Sedan, V-8, Overdrive, Exceptionally Nice Car. 1959 FORD % Ton Pickup, Starts Good, Runs Good, Rubber Is Good, 8 Foot Steel Box. 1948 JEEP 4 Wheel Drive, Full Top, Engine Just Completely Overhauled, 4 Good Studded Snow Tires. Ml HER MOTORS AMERICAN MOTORS - JEEP 1527 East Centra I-Estherville Phone 362-5835 The Buyer Protection Plan Won't Wash Off With The Sticker Ambassador Brougham Air conditioning, automatic transmission, V-8 and power brakes are standard equipment. Get the exclusive Buyer Protection Plan with any '72 American Motors car. We want to take better care of you after you buy the car. n American Motors MINER MOTORS AMERICAN MOTORS-JEEP 1527 East Central-Estherville Phone 362-5835 The second 3 minutes of a long distance call usually cost... Q more than the first 3 minutes. O the same as the first 3 minutes. less than the first 3 minutes. (Bet you guessed wrong!) Tell the truth now. Did you guess "less"? Then you're in the minority. Most people don't realize that the second 3 minutes of a long distance call are never more and usually less than the first 3 minutes. Here are some examples First 3 minutes 75c 65e 55c Each additional minute 25c or less 21c or less 18c or less So don't be afraid to talk longer than 3 minutes It costs less than you think. A little money still goes a long way on the telephone. (§) Northwestern Bell s

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