Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 17, 1972 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, January 17, 1972
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liifff The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 30 Minimum yesterday: 22 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 23 26 Wind, velocity: 10 10 Wind, direction: S S NORTHWEST IOWA Clear Monday night with lows 20-25. Westerly winds around 10 miles per hour. Partly sunny Tuesday with highs 40-45, turning colder during the afternoon. Precipitation probability in per cent: Monday night near zero, Tuesday 10. Local Hospital ESTHER VILLE — Admitted Friday: James Whitehouse, Sharon Tangeman, Estherville; Laurence Hantelmann, Swea City. Dismissed Friday: Frank DeMoss, Gary Moffitt, Mrs. Keith Moffitt and son, Mrs. Clara Johnson, Mrs. Vern Barlow, George Mitchell, Estherville; Amos Finnestad, Fenton; Pamela Thompson, Fairmont; Mrs. Karl Mohr, Oskaloosa. Admitted Saturday: John Carranza, Aadne Ness, Russell Ruby, Estherville; Mrs. Ernest Buchan, Sherburn; Walter Jentz, Fenton; Barry Paulson, Armstrong. Dismissed Saturday: Sharon Tangeman, Mrs. David Egeland, Howard Beaver, Mrs. Alan Tostenson, John Carranza, Estherville; Mrs. Dale Nielsen and daughter, Sherburn; Andrew Duus, Graettinger; Mrs. Kenneth Jacobsen, Armstrong; Mrs. Russell Hutchison, Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Dennis Rolling and daughter, Bancroft; Mrs. Hilda Luke, Graettinger. Death: Ordine Olson, 71, Estherville. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Leonard Groth, Ernest Davis, Mrs. Cletus Keogh, Mrs. John Myers, Mrs. Eleanor Lungren, Estherville; Mrs. Duane Kiner, Graettinger; Leonard Lund, Ringsted; Judd Bond, Atkinson, Neb.; Charles Carrithers, Armstrong. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Dale Lewis, Robert Mustard, Russell Ruby, Estherville; Mrs. Roma Wilson, Okoboji. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Sunday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. David Dalen, Estherville, 6 pounds, 8 ounces. Police Court Donna Marie Peterson, Estherville, fined $14 and costs for operating motor vehicle without valid driver's license. Michael John Stewart, Graettinger, forfeited bond of $15 for stoplight violation. Walter H. Simonsmeier Jr., Estherville, fined $10 and costs for allowing a person who did not have a valid driver's license to operate a motor vehicle. Bonita Louise Long, Estherville, fined $10 and costs for improper start from a stopped position. Archie Ross Barriage, Milford, for failure to yield right of way, fined $15 and costs, $5 of fine suspended. Local Calendar MONDAY Meals on Wheels 7:30 Annual Corp. meeting at home of Robert Lee. TUESDAY Three Tied for Second ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 17, 1972 Page 8 Kiwanis Club Noon at Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens 2:00 Bingo at Community Center. 12 Mile Lake Farm Bureau 2 p.m. Meet at home of Bert Rolf son. Mrs. 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. Commandery Meeting 8:00 Masonic Temple. Estherville Jaycees 8:00 Gardston Hotel. Area Hospitals JACKSON — Admitted Friday: Sara Smith, Mrs. Joe Tusa, Jackson. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Ingri Paulson, transferred to Good Samaritan Home at Jackson; Mrs. Lloyd Fiala, Edwin Anderson, Jackson. Admitted Saturday: none. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. John Vich, Mrs. Edna Hirschel, Debra Thurmer, Jackson; Mrs. Melvin Rasmussen, Alpha. Admitted Sunday: none. Dismissed Sunday: Jeanine Viet, Mrs. James Peterson, Jackson. FAIRMONT — Admitted Friday: Connie Sathoff, Mrs. Gordon Oaskerson, Fairmont. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Martin Westphal, Mrs. Rollin Joeckel, Burdean Fritz, Mrs. John Bast, Corvin Duflo, Michael Erdmann, Fairmont; Harry Wolter, Winnebago Rest Home; Earl Trenary, Armstrong; Gary Kruinweide, Guckeen. Admitted Saturday: Jill A. Unze, Fairmont; Mrs. August Fritz, Ceylon. Dismissed Saturday: Jill A. Unze, Connie J. Sathoff, Fairmont; Abe C. Enns, Mountain Lake; Robert A. West, Estherville. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Harry Miller, Kristi Maakestad, Ellrich C. Fritz, Troy Meeker, Fairmont; Mrs. Duane Winters, Odin; Walter C. Miller, Alice Traver, Truman. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Marvin Madsen, Truman; Mrs. Mickie Kielblock and son, Fairmont; John B. Blum, Armstrong. Death: Carl C. Kramer, 74, Welcome. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Friday: Wilbur Snook, Milford; Mrs. James Young, Walter Houer, Arnolds Park; Lynda Luscher, Lake Park; Mrs. Howard Van De Berg, Mrs. Ed Reiners, Robert Reed, Gerald Li- body, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Friday: Lynda Luscher, Dorothy Jacobsen, Lake Park; Mrs. George Moore, Mrs. Jack Tatman, David Johnson, Mrs. Herbert Hagedorn and son, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Lucille Arthur, Terril; Mrs. Emma Liar- sen, Mrs. Douglas Mclntire, Milford; Harry Luers, Okoboji. Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Edman Davis, Terril; Mrs. William Deets, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Archie Stillwell, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Alvin Morgan, Wilbur Snook, Milford; LeRoy Graves, Arnolds Park. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Carl Kischer, Mrs. Charles Banning, Mrs. Robert Kline, Mrs. James Radcliffe, Walter Flesher, Alfred Rosenthal, Mrs. George Moore, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Margaret Ulferts, Michael Marnell, George Richards, Milford. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Paul Crosby and son, Mrs. Howard Van de Berg and son, Carroll Toregson, Spirit Lake; Mrs. James Young and son, Arnolds Park; Charles Gregory, Lake Park. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Saturday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. James Beckmann, Fairmont, 7 pounds, IOV2 ounces. JACKSON — Born Saturday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tusa, Jackson, 8 pounds, 1 ounce. (Jackson's New Year's baby). DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Friday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. James Young, Arnolds Park, 5 pounds, 15 ounces; son to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van De Berg, Spirit Lake, 6 pounds, 3 ounces. Born Saturday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Edman Davis, Terril, 8 pounds, 12 ounces. Born Sunday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. James Radcliffe, Spirit Lake, 6 pounds, 9 ounces. J. P. Court Jerald Ball, Edina, Minn., fined $10 and costs for speeding. Milton Evans, Estherville, fined $15 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Leslie Lewis, Armstrong, fined $15 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Terril Boys Retain Cornbelt Lead Terril rolled over Marathon to retain its lead in the boys' division of the Cornbelt Conference with a 5-0 record but Graettinger, Everly and West Bend moved into a three-way tie for second with 3-1 records when Mallard fell at the hands of West Bend. Terril pounded Marathon 9644, Graettinger dumped Ruthven 67-45, West Bend rolled over Mallard 70-58 and Sioux Valley nipped Sioux Rapids 69-65 in action Friday night In the girls' division, there was no change in the leaders with idle Everly retaining first place with a 4-0 record, Ruthven and Terril sharing second with 4-1 records, and West Bend third with a 3-1 mark. Friday's action sawTerrilroll past Marathon 72-39, Ruthven rally in the fourth quarter to nip Graettinger 42-37, West Bend edge Mallard 72-69, and Sioux Rapids roll over Sioux Valley 65-57. When conference action resumes Tuesday night, Graettinger is at Sioux Valley, Terril in a big game at Everly, West Bend is at Ruthven and Sioux Rapids at Marathoa Graettinger, Ruthven Split GRAETTINGER - Graettinger had ideas of an upset before falling to Ruthven, 49-45, in the final quarter Friday night in State Line Tourney Starts Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to John S. or Viola L. Harvey, Estherville, 1972 Buick; Gale F. or Eyvona Craig, Ringsted, 1972 Mercury. Licenses for new trucks were issued to Ernest R. Hendrickson, Estherville, 1972 International pickup, and Robert Lee or Nora A. Levell, Dolliver, 1972 Chevrolet pickup. Lincoln Central, Lakota,Rake, and Ledyard got through the first round of the boys' division of the State Line Conference Tournament Saturday while Woden-Crystal Lake and Ringsted were winners in the girls' division. Action resumes Monday night in the girls' division with all eight remaining teams seeing action. In games at Fenton, Sentral meets Lakota at 7 p.m. and Ringsted tangles with Armstrong at 8:30. In action at Ledyard, Ledyard meets Titonka at 7 p.m. and Woden tangles with Thompson at 8:30. Boys' action resumes Tuesday night with games at Fenton finding Lincoln Central playing Swea City at 7 p.m. and Armstrong tangling with Lakota at 8:30. At Thompson, Ledyard meets Burt at 7 p.m. andRingsted faces Rake at 8:30. Semi-finals in girls' action will be Wednesday night with the Titonka and Lakota teams while the finals will be Friday night at Armstrong. In boys' play, the semi-finals will be played on Thursday night at Swea City and Rake with the finals Saturday night, also at Armstrong. All games in semi-final and final action will start at 7:30 p.m. Boys' action Friday night saw Lincoln Central get 29 points from John Krieger to clip Woden, from John Krieger to clip Woden, 72-63, in action at Woden. Backing Krieger up in the L-C scoring column were Mark Thielwith 14 and Jerry Hiefner hitting 10. Brad Bunns led Woden with 23, Greg Valley hit 14 and Shane Hobbs had 10. "We had a good team effort," Lincoln Central coach Terry Koebernick stated, "and I was real happy with the win." Koebernick went on to comment on Krieger and Felkey for their rebounding and the team for hitting 15 of 19 shots in the first quarter of play. IN THE GIRLS' GAME, Woden rolled into the second round of play with a 54-45 win over the Hawkettes, mostly behind the balanced scoring of Paula Kirschbaum and Julie Gerdes with 23 points each. Ann Harvey hit 19 and Kay Anderson 18 to lead Lincoln Central offensively. Lincoln Central made a bid to bounce back late in the game, after trailing 14-8 at the end of the first quarter, 34-28, at halftime and 46-34 after three quarters. ANOTHER GIRLS' CONTEST saw Ringsted, with real good offensive balance, eliminate Burt 75-54. Ringsted led 50-38 after three quarters but trailed 14-13 at the end of the first and the score was tied 30-30 at halftime. Nicklaus Wins Crosby Pro-Am PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — "It's nice to win a tournament when you don't play that well. It's nice to know that other people can make mistakes, too." Jack Nicklaus was talking about his less-than-spectacular playoff victory over young Johnny Miller Sunday in the $140,000 Bing Crosby National Pro-Am golf tournament. Nicklaus, who now has won five of his last six starts and is threatening a dominance of the game unmatched in history, sank an 18-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole for a $28,000 check in his first start of the year. The victory by the Golden Bear left opposing players, officials and observers shaking their heads and wondering aloud: "How do you beat him if you can't do it when he's playing bad?" Nicklaus had a brilliant 66 on the opening round, but didn't break 70 again. On the final round he missed six times from six feet or less, including a three-footer before a national television audience on the 7tli hole. Janet Geesman and Pam Preston each netted 26 points while Susan Johnson wound up with 22 to lead Ringsted. Patty Grubb hit 26, Cindy Sill and Cheryl Batt 14 each for Burt. RETURNING TO BOYS' action, Ledyard surprised Titonka, 3834, to move into the second round of play, the win being only Ledyard' s second of the season. Pacing the Ledyard attack were Jerry Johnson with 11, Scott Peterson and Phil Underbakke with 10 each. Titonka was led by Allan Zwiefel and Kevin Brandt with 11 and 10 respectively. In action at Lakota, host Lakota pounded Sentral of Fenton 85-34 in the first round play. Paul Peterson hit 25 points to lead Lakota and added 19 rebounds in the game. The second game saw Rake roll over Thompson 61-55. Rake, one of the favorites in the boys' division, was pacedbyRickHage- dorn with 30 points while Anne- mann led Thompson with 15. girls' action and then the Pirates rolled over the Rams 67-45 in boys'play. In the girls' game, Graettinger edged out in front 13-12 at the end of the first quarter, held a 19-18- advantage at halftime and a 29-26 lead after three quarters before falling in the final eight minutes. Cindy Logan hit 22 points and Marcia Barber tallied 17 to pace Ruthven while Joan Wikert finished with 15 and Connie Tuin- inga 14 points for Graettinger. In the boys' game, Graettinger got 17 points from Norm Nicol, 13 points from John Ferrell, and 12 from Dave Ennen. Jeff Rosacker hit 16 and Pat Gelan 12 to lead Ruthven. Graettinger led 37-19 at halftime. Terril Gains Double Victory TERRIL - Neither the Terril boys or girls had much trouble handling Marathon Friday, the boys rolling 96-44 after the girls gained a 72-39 win. Terril pounded away at a 65 per cent clip from the field in the boys' game to boost their season average to over 55 per cent. The Tigers held a 28-8 lead at the end of the.first quarter, a 52-20 lead at halftime, and an 8034 lead after three quarters. Dave Determan paced the Tiger attack with 24 points, Mark Feldman and Dan Kelly hit 19 each while Erv Rowlands contributed 14. Determan and Rowlands each had 10 rebounds. High for Marathon were Ron Anderson with 14 and Greg Porter hitting 10. In the girls' game, Terril jumped in front 17-5 at the end of the first quarter, led 33-16 at halftime, and 51-25 after three quarters. "Balanced rebounding and defensive play in the forward court helped us," coach Roger Conway commented of the contest. Leading scorers for Terril were Kris Krieger with 27 and Ann Cushman hitting 21. Coryne Howe was high for Marathonwith 16. Runchey Hits 22 WEST BEND - Bill Runchey hit 22 points, John Schaney 18, Arion Wirtz 14 and Marty Montag 12 to lead West Bend past Mallard 70-58 in Cornbelt boys' action. High for Mallard were R ich Hobmeyer with 21 and Mark Stoze hitting 13. In the girls' contest, West Bend's Pam Schuller hit 34 and Rhonda Barber 30 as the Bull- dogettes rolled to a 72-69 win. In double figures for Mallard were Janette Johnson with 37, Jane Rouse with 12, and Nancy Ulrich with 10. Indians Split SIOUX RAPIDS - Jody Maske poured in 28 points to lead Sioux Valley past Sioux Rapids 69-65 in boys' play after Sioux Rapids rolled to a 65-57 win in the girls' Also in the double figures for the Sioux Valley boys was Bill Struve with 18. Dick Lehr hit 22 and Greg Willfong 16 to lead Sioux Valley. In the girls' game, Glenda Lydal scored 36, Karen Ailers 11 and Kathy McKinzie 10 to lead Sioux Rapids while Gloria Brown and Ann Cleveland led S i o u x Valley with 18 points each. THIS IS MIGHTY COMFORTING TO BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD MEMBERS: IIO DLUC CROSS MID BLUE IHICLD fflCfllDCRSHIP HAS £VER DCEfl CAMELLED FOR USE OF RCnCFITI OR AGC Reasons. There has been quite a bit of news about cancellation of health care policies. Thank goodness Blue Cross and Blue Shield don't have to do that. We can listen to our social conscience. Our only profit is the well-being of ourmorethan a million Iowa members, and that includes those who have had a lot of illness. Only folks who have failed to pay their dues, or made false statements in applying have ever been cancelled. No one else. One more thing: Blue Cross and Blue Shield allow people to keep coverage when they leave a group where they worked. Blue Cross and Blue Shield have never leftthese people high and dry. We have a special coverage for them which we urge them to take even though they are high risks for the most part. Being for people instead of profit makes a big difference. BLUE CROSS and BLUE SHIELD DES MOINES / SIOUX CITY "Registered service marks ol the American Hospital Association "Registered service marks ol the National Association ol Blue Shield Plans WE'RE FOR PEOPLE, NOT FOR PROFIT

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