mm Wilis The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: -7 Minimum yesterday: • •22 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -22 -20 Wind, velocity: 15 15 Wind, direction: W W Precipitation: trace ONE YEAR AGO High, 0; Low, -1 NORTHWEST IOWA Generally fair and continued very cold Friday night and Saturday. Lows Friday night 17 to 25 below zero with diminishing northwesterly winds. Highs Saturday zero to 5 above. Precipitation chances 5 per cent Friday night and Saturday. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT— Admitted Thursday: Julie A. Justice, Marvin Holland, Fairmont; Gary L. Krumwiede, Guckeen; Edward A. Kormann, Truman; Mrs. Hazel Barnett, Ceylon. Death: Mrs. Stanley Sokoloski, 72, Fairmont. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Charles Schaefer, Donna Lee Shank, Lloyd A. Jaqua, Mrs. Frances Loge, Fairmont; Mrs. DuWayne Anderson and baby, Rake; Darrell Fredin, Welcome. JACKSON - Admitted Thursday: Ray McMwain, Jackson. Dismissed Thursday: Joe Cain, Alpha. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Stanley Coleman, Martin Wallace, Leon Christensen, Mrs. Douglas McIntire, Milford; Robert Zerfoss, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. M. S. Heldridge, Arnolds Park; Mrs. James Backes, Kim Harmon, Spirit Lake. Area Births FAIRMONT - Born Thursday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sokoloski, Fairmont, 6 pounds, 13V2 ounces. Local Calendar MONDAY Morning Kiwanis Club 6:45 a.m. Imperial Lanes. UPW Workshop 2 and 7:30 p.m. For circle leaders and co-ordinators at the home of Dorothy Fear, 908 13th Ave. N. Current Topics 2:00 At home of Mrs. Henry Larsen. Senior Citizens 2:00 Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. Meals on Wheels 7:30 Annual Corp. meeting at home of Robert Lee. TUESDAY Kiwanis Club Noon at Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens 2:00 Bingo at Community Center. Beauceant 2:30 Regular meeting. 6:30 Potluck dinner at Masonic Temple. Toastmasters 6:00 Dinner at Gardston Hotel Blue Room. Izaak Walton League 7:30 At home of Mrs. Charles Nourse. Harmony Rebekah Lodge 7:45 (Note change of time). Installation of officers. IOOF Hall. TOPS 7:00 City Hall. VFW 8:00 Regular meeting at Post Home. Command ery Meeting 8:00 Masonic Temple. Estherville Jaycees 8:00 Gardston Hotel. Dunnell Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Williams and four sons enjoyed a Williams family dinner party at the Truman hall Dec. 26. On Jan. 1 the family of Mrs. Tyler Williams had a dinner and all-day visit with the Maloney relatives at the Truman hall with 60 relatives present. Mrs. James Steuder and Mrs. Williams planned the gathering. Wayne E. Peterson has a new granddaughter, a girl born Dec. 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peterson of Minneapolis. She has been named Courtney. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Peterson, Jr., and family enjoyed a holiday trip to the Caribbean. They live at Palestine, 111. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: George Mitchell, Mrs. Myrtle Hodnefield, Mrs. Sylvia Baker, Gary Moffitt, Estherville; Mrs. Michael Homsey, Armstrong. Dismissed Thursday: Clifford Clark, Mrs. Leslie Soper, Mrs. Dwayne DeVall, Mac Brashear, Mrs. John Klingbeil and daughter, Mrs. Verlin Bradley and son, Estherville; Elmer Bundy, Spirit Lake. MONDAY, JAN. 17 Pizzaburger on bun, Lettuce salad, Buttered corn, Apple crisp, l k pint milk. TUESDAY, JAN. 18 Chop suey, Chinese noodles, Salad, Purple plum or pear sauce, School baked rolls, x k pint milk. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19 Work day, no classes. THURSDAY, JAN. 20 Meat loaf, Mashed potatoes, Buttered mixed vegetables, Celery stick, Peanut butter bar, Sandwich, x k pint milk. FRIDAY, JAN. 21 Goulash, Buttered green beans, Carrot stick, Cherry cobbler, Sandwich, % pint milk. E. E. Carson Rites Tuesday Edwin Everett Carson, 99, Armstrong, died Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital. He was born June 29, 1872, at Cresco to Eli and Melissa Carson. He was educated in the Hubbard rural schools. He was married to Addie Mae Rovn Sept. 6, 1899, at Union. They farmed in the Union area and he later operated a livery business at Union. In 1920 they moved to the Armstrong area where he farmed and operated a dairy for many years. He had been a resident at the Balmer Nursing Home for the past five years. He is survived by two sons, Wilford Carson of Fairmont and Wilmar Carson of Albuquerque, N.M.; five sisters, Mrs. Aleta Ibach, Chandler, Ariz.; Mrs. Elola Brighten and Mrs. Ivadell Murphy, Mesa, Ariz.; Mrs. Adolph (Regina) Quastad, Armstrong, and Mrs. Maxine Johansen, Anchorage, Alaska; 18 grandchildren and one brother, Clate Carson, Whittier, Calif. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Reese- Henry Funeral Chapel in Armstrong. The Rev. Robert Osborn of the Free Methodist Church of Armstrong will officiate. Burial will be in Armstrong Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the Reese- Henry Funeral Home in Armstrong after 6 p.m. Sunday until time of service Tuesday. Money Gift Given Presentation of a $25 gift in memory of Foster Kemp from his family was made to W.W. I Emmet Co. Barracks 1896 at its meeting Wednesday. Members decided on a $5 donation to the Hausmann Family Fund, Spirit Lake. Two Just-a- notes were sold. Hostesses were Mrs. Lew Salyers and Mrs. Emma Paulson. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRl, JAN. 14, 1972 Page S. $1,000 Damage in 2-Car Accident Here Thursday Traveling Trophy The award for the northern division of Hy-Vee Stores went to Swanson's of Estherville for the month of December. The honor is made on the basis of overall operation including sales, merchandising, display, store cleanliness and customer service. From the left, front row, Dan Poppen, Lonnie Lee, Agnes Tostenrud, Esther Paulsen, Stella Birkland, Russ Ruby. Back row, Jim Ricke, Bob Severson, Harold Cisna, Richard Peterson, Tex Adams. Stated Manager Poppen: "We give credit for the award to our customers who really helped make it possible. (Daily News Photo by Chuck Ostheimer) County Supervisor Proceedings (Continued From Page 7) Murray, C. Madsen, G. Anderson 225.76 Stalls Farm & Home Parts 4.28 Standard Oil Gasoline 58.22 COURT FUND L. K. Brunsvold Petit & grand jury 2,885.94 Boone Blank Book Co. Supplies — Clerk 332.52 Edith Brandt J. P. fees, N. Gjerstad, R. Mitchell, K. Thompson, J. Fedderson, K. Meadows 30.00 Robert Dawson, M.D. Testimony, grand jury 100.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co. Supplies - Clerk 372.75 Mary Petersen Bill of fees-Steven Scott Schumann 88.32 MENTAL HEALTH FUND Hancock County Merlyn Johnson, Clifford Strom 295.00 Hofstader Nursing Home Joe Schuder 325.00 Kathleens Custodial Home Thomas Blekfield 155.00 Milford Custodial Home Leon Christensen 140.00 Murray Drug Leon Christensen 30.60 Rexall Drug Joe Schuder 20.28 CENTRAL DRAINAGE Erven N. Anderson Ditch repair 25.00 Estherville Daily News Pub. reclassification DD7 1,479.95 David Fitzgibbons Legal preparation reclassification DD7 942.45 Jacobson, Westergaard & Associates Inc. Eng. services DD7 4,113.90 Larson Plumbing & Heating Ditch repair 37.50 W. i Mangold Comm. DD7 & mi. 292.80 Miller Shumway, Fristedt & MacDonald Conf. on DD E-K-PA 1 5.04 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Harrison Treatment & Rehabilitation Hospital Emmet Co. Patient 254.80 Oakdale Hospital Med. 33.20 Mary Petersen Comm. fees 161.63 BRUCELLOSIS L. F. Hoffman Vet service 72.50 Eugene Strube Civil Def. director & CIVIL DEFENSE Labor-roads 623.33 mi. 163.60 Brev's Radio & TV R. C. Christensen Ralph Lindhorst 163.60 Hook up & repair 199.65 Mileage 54.80 Mi. & Exp. 34.22 Plectron Corporation T. L. Johnson Kenneth Richardson 34.22 Parts 46.41 Mileage 42.00 Mi. & Exp. 26.03 LOCAL HEALTH BOARD Wm. T. Nielsen L. C. Rovn 26.03 W. L. Pope Mileage & Exp. 58.80 Mi. & Exp. 23.24 Expense 26.60 Ralph Rouse Iowa Employment PAYROLL FUND Mileage 42.10 Security Commission Payroll No. 70 Robert Whitehouse County share 1,442.99 Salaries 23,761.01 Mileage 62.40 Iowa Public 1,442.99 Fred Krough Bernice Elwood Employees Salary 340.66 Help-Treasurer 276.00 Retirement System Marjorie Krough CorwinB. Keith County share 935.49 Salary 340.66 Help-Auditor 198.00 Illinois Mutual Life & 935.49 Lyle Bergendahl Dale King Casualty Co. Salary 98.63 Help-sheriff 16.00 County share of Ins. 393.69 Lawrence Nyre Maurine Kramer On motion Board adjourned to Salary 108.49 Help-sheriff & bailiff 16.00 the Call of the County Auditor. Dean Parrott Naomi Sabby T. L. Johnson Salary 108.49 Help-Treasurer 202.00 Chairman Frank Ross Cheryl Dershem M. Danielson Salary 108.49 Reporting testimony 51.00 Auditor Ralph Lindhorst Clara Dickinson (Jan. 14, 1972) Salary 81.25 Help-Clerk of Court 120.00 (Jan. 14, 1972) Kenneth Richardson Dean Parrott Salary L. C. Rovn 81.25 Mi. & Exp. Frank Ross 52.38 YMCA Ball Salary Tony Van Helden Salary N. K. Brown Labor-roads Loren Craig Labor-roads Ralph Cummins Labor-roads Vernon Ewing Labor-roads Lawrence Juhl Labor-roads Dwight Maidment Labor-roads Gordon Ring Labor-roads P. D. Schichtl Labor-roads Ralph Stewart Labor-roads Allen Strong Labor-roads 104.16 70.00 27.76 633.00 140.00 584.17 620.67 702.89 551.80 611.71 642.58 601.33 Mi. & Exp. Jo Ann Kirchner Help-Pub. Welfare Florence Schmidt Help-co. farm Altamay Smith Help-Co. farm Arlene Youngstrom Help-Welfare Hugh S. Greig Civil Def. Director Lloyd A. Watland 6.95 140.00 122.45 305.60 39.33 100.00 To Begin YMCA men's basketball and volleyball will start Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. at Roosevelt gymnasium. Enrollment can be made at that time or by calling C. L. Hackett at 2-2417 or 2-3515. Students are not allowed to participate in this league. More than $1,000 damage resulted from a two-car accident at 11:15 a.m. yesterday on Highway 9, two miles east of Estherville. Leslie Bingham Lewis, Armstrong, was attempting to make a U turn on the highway when his car collided with one driven by Delores Jean Loewenberg, Garretson, S.D. The front end of the Lewis car, a 1972 Hornet, was wrecked with the repair estimated at $700. Mrs. Loewenberg's 1971 Rambler had about $450 damages on the entire right side. There were no personal injuries. Two hit-and-run incidents were reported as occurring within the city limits yesterday. A 1970 Chevrolet, parked by Sharon Ann Ross in Ward's parking lot was damaged on the left rear fender. At 2:30 a.m. a hit-and-run ve- Anna Mary Hanna Funeral Sunday Anna Mary Hanna, 91, Swea City, died at 2 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 13,1972, at Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. Services will be held at the Liggett-Randolph Funeral Home in Seymour at 2 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be made in Promise City cemetery. Mrs. Hanna was born Dec. 23, 1880, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Byers. She was educated in rural schools in Wayne County. On April 30, 1904, she was married to Leut Judson Hanna at Promise City and the couple farmed near Promise City for the next 15 years. In 1919, they moved to a farm near Seymour and farmed until their retirement in 1946 when they moved into Seymour. In 1959 they moved to Swea City. Mrs. Hanna was a lifetime member of the United Methodist Church. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Laurence (Mabel) Hantelman, Swea City; two grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and her nephew, Ted Hanna, who was reared in their home as a son. The body will lie in state from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday at Reese-Henry Funeral Home in Swea City. hide collided with a 1966 Chevrolet parked at the Gary L. Stepanek residence, 514 N. Fifth St. Damage to the Stepanek automobile amounted to about $60 to the front bumper and left fender. Documentary Film Dated Here Sunday The CBS documentary film, "The Selling of the Pentagon," will be shown Sunday morning at 9:30 in the adult discussion class of the United Methodist Church meeting in the Friendship Room. The Senior UMYF will view the controversial film Sunday afternoon at 4 in the Friendship Room of the educational unit. ., Pastor Dick Pearson, commenting on bringing the CBS documentary to the members of his congregation, stated mat "the purpose in our bringing the film to Estherville is to stimulate thought and provoke discussion about a very vital issue facing Americans today — the power and far reaching influence , of the Pentagon in the life of our nation." . All interested persons are welcome to these two showings. Dunnell Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bredberg left Saturday for El Paso, Tex., after spending two weeks with the Philip Bredbergs and Mrs. Bredberg* s parents atMayville, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swan-, son of Des Moines visitedThurs- day to Sunday with Mrs. E. W. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson had their complete family group at their farm home. Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson and Robert of Minneapolis, and a friend Sharon Elsmner of Wisconsin, and their daughter, Pat of Sioux Falls were visiting them. William left Monday for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Robert for Ft. Sill, Okla. radio kilr eacfi friday 5:55 p.m. "the good news" * PREACHING WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR * SEE FILM ON DALLAS COWBOYS JAN. 16 * at union baptist Jan. 16, 10:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. NO MORE EARMOLD! New Principal In Hearing Aids Eliminates Plugged Ears And Unsightly earmold. See If You Can Hear Without Your Ear Mold! FREE HEARING AID WORKSHOP ASK FOR A FREE HEARING TEST Stop At This Workshop! M HOYE SUPER REXALL DRUG Day- Time. Monday t>ate Jan. 17, 1972 9:00 to 11:00 BUY YOUR HEARING AID BATTERIES HERE! 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