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trv ....... Bon Voyage wreath went to funeral By Abigail Van Buren [C 1*72 by Cklcifo Tritant-N. Y. Nfan Smd., lid DEAR ABBY: Now I know that I have truly seen everything! My husband and I have owned and operated a small florist shop for the last IS years, and I have encountered some unusual situations. But the one I had yesterday beats them all. Two middle-aged women came into the shop together and asked what I had to offer in the way of a "Bon Voyage" wreath, so I showed them what I had in my catalog. I asked if a man or a woman was going abroad, and one of the women replied, angrily: "It is for my sister's FUNERAL!" I must have shown my amazement because she then added: "If you were a true Christian you would consider death as the beginning of a long, happy trip." Abby, I do consider myself a Christian, and I refused to sell that woman a "Bon Voyage" wreath for her sister's funeral. When my husband came in, I told him what had happened and he laughed and said: "You should have sold it to her." I was very much upset by my husband's response as I have always considered death to be a very solemn occasion. Maybe you or some of your readers could tell me what they would have done. SHOCKED IN ALBUQUERQUE DEAR SHOCKED: I vote with yonr husband. How one views death is a highly personal matter. If the woman wanted to wish her deceased sister a happy trip, I'd have •old her a "Bon Voyage" wreath. TV tonight . . . Entertainer Awards Set Presented by COMMUNITY TV SIGNAL CO. FRIDAY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC "America'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 8:00 p.m. ABC SATURDAY MOVIE — Drama: Preview a new series: "Emergency!" A Jack Webb production about a paramedic rescue team in Los Angeles. A tunnel explosion is the major crisis in this TV-movie; the series debuts next Saturday. 7 p.m. NBC. PRO HOCKEY - The Minnesota North Stars meet the Blues in St. Louis. Joe Boyle and Hal Kelly report the action (live) 8 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - The bogus twin syndicate boss is the gimmick as the IMF tries to get his secret list of public officials on the take. 9 p.m. CBS SUNDAY FUNNY PAPERS - Special: Leapin' Lizards! Raquel Welch as Little Orphan Annie? Carroll O'Connor as Daddy Warbucks? If s "Funny Papers," satirical sketches on comic strips that also have Raquel as ace reporter Brenda Starr and Carrol as Major Hoople. 6:30 p.m. CBS MYSTEROUS SPRING: AFRICA'S MZIMA — Special: A stunning wildlife journey. A fascinating nature, study filmed at Mzima Spring in Kenya's Tsavo National Park. 6:30 p.m. NBC FBI — Donna Mills ("The Good Life") is the heavy in "The Break-up," about a smalltime female crook determined to make it big. Her opportunity: a con man with plans to knock over a jewelry store. 7 p.m. ABC BONANZA - Could Ben Cartwright come up a winner without power of his name and money? Buddy Ibsen plays a crusty hired hand who challenges Bento prove it in "Saddle Stiff," a drama that finds the lordly rancher working incognito in the midst of a range war. 8p.m. NBC MONDAY JEANNE — Comedy: Jeannie makes things hot for Tony, who said he was going to the North Pole, and then sneaked over to Honolulu. 6:30 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. GUNSMOKE—Exercise infem- inine wiles: Newly* s hooked by a charming young widow who's proving adept at playing him against a vicious gunman. At stake: $5,000 originally stolen by her husband. 7 p.m. CBS WONDERFUL, 'S MARVELOUS 'S GERSHWIN-Special: A Gershwin extravaganza. A musical genius is recalled by a famous wit and pianist who knew him well, Oscar Levant. 7 p.m. NBC PERRY MASON - Mystery: "The Dubious Bridegroom." Mason spies a gorgeous blonde in truder climbing into his office window. 8:30 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7 ACROSS 1. Primrose 5. Cockney's idol 8. Sinn Fein land 9. Inferior 13. Work on copy 14. Cling 15. Vitality 16. Greek, letter 17. Short- legged horse 18. Loaded 20. Ala., Wyo., etc. 21. Future doctor's course 23. Fortitude 24. Pretend 25. Fund­ raisers' campaign 26. Deadly pale 27. Infuriated •28. Thrice (mus.) 29. Squalid 80. "Three" in Italy 31. "Pinafore" man 32. Disencumber 35. Dodged 37. Current 38. Put to pasture 39. Cay, e.g. 40. For each 41. Pieced (out) DOWN 1. Chick's first cry 2. Assistant 3. He runs, passes and kicks 4. All — up 5. Heartened 6. Fortification 7. Uzbek border town 10. Possible spy 11. Corroding 12. Allowed as a discount 16. "East of i» 19. Island near Formosa 21. Large dish 22. Set aside 23. Alumnus, for short 25. Stalker's prey Hiram Qroisaiaa trail Hfan rania ana QWK HHra@ outline QEMfflElHff] HBO HHH a\$n ana Yesterday's Answer 27. Take a — (fall) 29. Cubic meter 33. Out of work 34. Exploit 36. Brief plunge 37. Be equal 1 2 3 2 S 6 7 w • e J 9 10 It 12 13 wJ 14 is- Ifc \ 17 16 19 1 20 Zl 22 23 M • WW, 25 26 27 28 HP WW, 29 m 30 • 31 • 33 34 iS 36 37 SB M 39 m i 40 41 Trees for Our Community ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRt, JAN. 14, 1972 Page 3 Leaf of Hackberry Hackberry at Roosevelt School This is the second of a series of articles on "Trees for Our Community" by Edwin Thoreson. HACKBERRY (Celtis Occidentalis) The relative scarcity of hackberry in the Estherville community might indicate to some people that this tree is undesirable. On the contrary hackberry is a very desirable tree for park, yard, or windbreak. Hackberry has a broad general adaptation for dry or moist soil but seems to show some preference for bottomlands and slopes. It is completely hardy for northwest Iowa and has relatively few problems with respect to insects or disease. Most hackberry trees are susceptible to a fungus that causes the formation of little clumps of fine distorted twigs known as "witches brooms." Some people might become alarmed over these formations, which are relatively harmless. The hackberry tree may grow to a height of 60 feet or more and will have a wide spread of branches if not crowded. It has a medium growth rate. A relatively young hackberry between the senior high school building and the Voc-Ag building is keeping pace with an ash tree in that area. Hackberry is a member of the elm family but is not a true elm. The general shape, of the tree and.pfjjhe leaves bears a resemblance to American elm, but the leaves are more lance-shaped and are; somewhat more pale in color. The twigs somewhat more pale in color. The twigs are more stubby and rough than those of the elm. The small berrylike fruit is purplish In color and has a pit similar to a cherry. ¥a^;:$SS::8£^ It is a favorite bird food. People who shy away from "dirty trees" need have no fears of hackberry. Hackberry is most easily identified by its characteristic bark, which is grayish and very rough, with high narrow ridges and with wide furrows and smooth patches between. Except on the very largest trunks and the smallest branches the bark resembles the cereal "grapenuts." The wood is moderately heavy and strong, but this characteristic does not interest the average householder except to the degree that the tree is strong in its resistance to wind. Anyone wishing to see representative samples of mature hackberry trees may observe those in front of Roosevelt elementary school or near the log cabin in Riverside Park or in the yard of Henry M. Larsen at 115 North 5th Street. &::%%¥:W:W^^ Ringsted Mrs. Hoien Hosts ODO PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Consolidated Report of Condition of "Emmet County State Bank" of Estherville in the State of Iowa and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on December 31, 1971. ASSETS Cash and due from banks $ 1,553,416.78 U. S. Treasury securities 4,283,743.76 Obligations of States and political subidivions 2,469,545.00 Other securities 1,296,000.00 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 500,000.00 Other loans 8,628,681.14 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 72,084.61 Other assets 21,776.56 TOTAL ASSETS $18,825,247.85 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 6,219,791.42 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 9,167,167.68 Deposits of United States Government 57,157.49 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,263,237.51 Certified and officers' checks, etc. 49,737.15 TOTAL DEPOSITS $16,757,091.25 (a) Total demand deposits $ 6,664,034.40 (b) Total time and savings deposits $10,093,056.85 Other liabilities 179,918.42 TOTAL LIABILITIES $16,937,009.67 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal RevenueService rulings) 134,700.79 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 134,700.79 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital, total 1,753,537.39 Common stock-total par value 250,000.00 (No. shares authorized 2500) (No shares outstanding 2500) Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided profits 1,203,537.39 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,753,537.39 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $18,825,247.85 MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar . days ending with call date 16,758,065.41 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 8,680,396.76 We James A. Currell, President, and Delbert C. Hinsch, Cashier, of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. James A. Currell President Delbert C. Hinsch Cashier CORRECT— ATTEST: J. A. Currell C. R. Currell D. C. Hinsch R. S. Knight Robert L. Currell The Bark Dunnell Begins Medical Training The Jerry Buhls took Kathy to Fairview hospital in Minneapolis, Jan. 1, where she will begin her training to be a medical technician. Kathy has had two years of college at St. Cloud State College. Donald Buhl will leave soon for his course at Mankato State College. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Swanson and Philip were in St. Paul over the New Year weekend with their parents, the L. T. Lawlers and C. E. Swansons. They brought Steven and Lynne home with them from a Christmas vacation visit with their cousins. Mrs. Lotta Larson of Lakeview Home, Fairmont, had accompanied the Swansons when they spent Christmas with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wagyand two sons of Mandan, N. D. have been guests for a week at the Charles Griffith home. The women are sisters. An old fashioned home-made ice cream party was held Dec. 30 in the evening at the home of Mrs. Carl Bredberg and Philip. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bredberg of El Paso, Texas, the Maynard Jagodzinski family of Welcome, the Ed Lees and Mr. Lee's father of Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bredberg and Leo deVela. Mrs. Ray Tirevold and Dale are expected home this week from El Paso, Texas, where they spent the holidays with Mrs. Tirevold's sister, Pauline Ahrens. Anna Falk of Fairmont is staying at the John V. Anderson home while Mr. Anderson is recovering from survery at Trimont hospital. Leo deVela, exchange student, returned Tuesday from a visit with an uncle in Imperial Beach, Calif. He makes his home with the Philip Bredbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson planned to return Jaa 4 from a vacation plane trip to Florida where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hanson. Mrs. Minnie Hoien was hostess to her ODO Club last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson spent the weekend with their children at Lake Okoboji at the Lyle Culbertsons, Shirley Haag- ensons and the Larry Bradshaws. Mrs. J. H. Hoien and Mrs. Minnie Hoien were visitors on Sunday of former Ringsted friends at the Good Samaritan Center at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Petersen and Theresa visited oyer, the weekend at the Richard Petersen home, Sioux Falls, S.D. EM3 Jerry Pedersen of Virginia visited a few days last week at the Harvey Pedersen home. Steven Tow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ordean Tow, broke his right arm Sunday afternoon while sliding with the Luther Leaguers at the Golf Course. M. H. Petersen returned home last week from Rochester and did not have surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hoien of Hawaii are parents of a daughter, Amy Jo, born Dec. 24. Tim is formerly of Ringsted and in the service in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoien, Malcolm, are the paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Huntley are her great - grandparents. Russell, Jeanette and Theresa Hoien spent a week visiting the Hoiens during the holidays and made the acquaintance with their first grandchild. Last week visitors of Mrs. Freda McCamish were Mrs. Arden Jongberg, Armstrong, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Swea City, Mr. Directors and Mrs. George W. Johnson, State of Iowa, County of Emmet, ss: Mr. and Mrs. Iven Petersen, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of January, Mrs. Clarence Madsen, Mrs. 1972 » and 1 hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this Stanley Jensen, Mra. Gerald bank. Fink, Mrs. Burton Cronk, Mrs. My commission expires July 4, 1972. Minnie Wilberg and Mrs. Ella E ^ O. Selberg, Notary Public. Christensen. (Jan. 14, 1972) 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 3% 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. Congratulations. You just saved $5 by doing your own income tax. And all it cost you was three long, sleepless nights. And a alight caaa of heartburn. If you had gone to H ft R Block, on the other hand, you could have relaxed while someone else figured out your return. Quickly and confiden- % tially. Probably unlike any way you've ever done before. And, when you figure your own, you may be entitled to deductions you're not taking and taking deductions you're not entitled to. For instance, do you know all about deductions for child care or casualty losses? Or, that if your income increased over the last few years, you may save tax dollars by ''income averaging?" And even if you did, would you know how to go about "income averaging" to begin with? Probably not. And there's no reason why you should. After all, you're an amateur when it comes to doing income tax. You see, when it comes to income taxes, amateurs should depend on H ft R Block. We have over 6,000 conveniently located offices manned by thousands of specially trained personnel. They're and friendly people who are anxious to help you. They'll sit you down over a free cup of coffee and show you some things about your income tax that you might never have known existed. Furthermore, if your return is audited we will accompany you, at no extra cost, to the Internal Revenue Service and explain how your return was prepared, even though we will not act as your legal representative. This means that HftR Block is ready to offer you year 'round tax service for just one low fee a year, with no extra charge for audits and estimates. HftR Block's charges start at $5 and the average cost was under $12.50 for the 7 million families we served last year. Which is somewhat less than what you paid. Not to mention the fact that aggravation isn't tax deductible. And we are. DONT LET AN AMATEUR DO H*R BLOCK'S JOB. H&R Block. TV iac—c tax aeepfc, Man. Thru Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. — Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 1126 CENTRAL

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