Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 19, 1972 · Page 12
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 19, 1972
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 34 Minimum yesterday: 3 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 3 3 Wind, velocity: 5 5 Wind, direction: NE NE ONE YEAR AGO High, 4; Low, 1 NORTHWEST IOWA Cloudy with chance of occasional snow Wednesday night and Thursday. Not so cold Wednesday night, lows in the teens. Warmer Thursday, highs in upper 20s to lower 30s. Precipitation chances 30 per cent Wednesday night, 20 per cent Thursday. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT — Admitted Tuesday: Brent Meyer, Mrs. Calvin Gould, Fairmont; Andrew Pearson, Swea City; Mrs. Clair ' Moore, Dolliver; Mrs. Robert Studer, Welcome. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Thomas Sokoloski and son, Mrs. Gordon Oscarson, Troy Meeker, William Bellau, Kristi Maaka- stad, Fairmont; Mrs. Duane Winters, Odin; Baby Madsen, Truman; Mrs. Mary Haugh, Alpha. Death: William Zoeller, 75, Granada. JACKSON - Admitted Tuesday: George Ullrich, Lisa Sabatka, Jackson. Dismissed Wednesday: none. The Jackson Hospital is closed to all visitors because of the flu. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Palen Adams, Thomas Chapman, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Ronald Igou, Milford; Mrs. Minnie Hoien, Ringsted. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Ed Reiners, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Margaret Ulferts, Russell Storey, Milford; Mrs. Edman Davis and son, Terril. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Kaufmann Distributing Co., Estherville, 1972 Chrysler; Richard Waldee Shonkwiler, Estherville, 1972 Chevrolet; and Lowell •Dean or Jane Ann Christensen, Ringsted, 1972 Ford. Local Calendar WEDNESDAY Past Noble Grands 7:30 p.m. At home of Mrs. A. B. Rosenberger. THURSDAY AAUW 8 p.m. At home of Mrs. Charles Yost, 3 Westwood Court. Wins Door Prize Edwin Leiding won the door prize as Veterans of Foreign Wars held its regular meeting this week. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Elmo Bartleman, Donald Kuhnau, Mrs. Lydia Brandt, Mrs. Bessie Loveland, Estherville; Nicholas Sherman, Graettinger; Albert Baas, Armstrong; Irvin Anderson, Emmetsburg. Dismissed Tuesday: Lloyd Wheeler, Mrs. Sylvia Baker, Mrs. Clothilda Hemmingson, Estherville; Mrs. Roger Thor- oheim, Swea City; Barry Paulson, Armstrong; Mrs. Ernest Buchan, Sherburn. Death Wednesday: Albert Baas, 76, Armstrong. Farm Bureau Pin Tourney At Spencer More than 1,800 bowlers will be competing in district rounds of the 1972 Iowa Farm Bureau handicap bowling tournament starting this week. Ten district tournaments will be held around the state Jan. 1921 and Jan. 24-28. One-fourth of the entries on the district level will become eligible to compete in the state meet to be held March 20-31 at Bowl-O-Mat Lanes in Des Moines. Site of the tournament for the northwestern section of the state Is 20th Century Lanes, Spencer, 31 teams. Named to MSC Honor List MANKATO - A number of area students have been named to the academic honor lists for the fall quarter at Mankato State College. On the high honor list is Dorothy Luepke, a junior from Emmetsburg. On the honor list: Armstrong — Karen Eckholm, sophomore. Ceylon — Margery Fanter, freshman, and Marlene Stein, senior. Emmetsburg — Kathryn Kemmer, junior. Estherville — Ellen Johnson and Wayne Mathine, juniors; Ruthann Griffin and Joan Luarife- sen, seniors, Randall Borchers, sophomore, and Shelley Rolfson, freshman. Swea City — Michael Tobin, junior, and Roy Mein, senior. Two Mishaps Are Reported Two accidents were investigated by Estherville police Tuesday, neither of them of a serious nature. Damages were not estimated. At 1:55 p.m. cars driven by Steve Louis Bandow of Manilla and Louis Edward Berninhaus, Armstrong, collided when Bandow attempted to change lanes on Central Ave. Bandow was ticketed for an improper change of lanes. At 5:15 p.m. cars backing from opposite sides of the street on Central, met at the center line. Drivers were Susan LaRae Dahl and Dorothy Jean McAdams. Ecumenical Service Set Here Sunday Churches of Estherville community will be united in an ecu menical service for Christian unity at 4 p.m. Sunday at St Patrick's Church. There will be a social hour following the unity service in the St. Patrick's parish center. The program will be made up of members of many churches of the community. The Rev. Robert Miller of the First Christian Church will be the principal speaker. There will be music by the high school chamber singers, guitar music and singers from the high school and college, People of all faiths are invited to attend. Father of City Woman Dies Simon Ripperger, 74, Madison, S. D., died 3 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17, 1972 at a hospital at Madison. He had been ill for about two months. He was born Aug. 15, 1896 at Lacona. m 1925 he was married to Carrie Mary Peirrit in South Dakota. He farmed for a time and worked about 10 years in Ripps Super Service in Madison. He belonged to St Thomas Parish in Madison, S. D. Survivors are his wife, Carrie, Madison; two sons, Gerald Ripperger, Madison, S. D. and Harold Ripperger, Alexanderia, Minn.; four daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Marie) Bettming, Alexanderia, S. D.; Mrs. Leo (Theresa) Krenn, Estherville; Mrs. Gene (Darlene) Stampe, Pierre, S. D. and Mrs. Richard (Dorothy) Grayson, Madison, S. D.; 30 grandchildren and one great-grandchild and several brothers and sisters. Services will be held 11 p.m. Thursday at St, Thomas Parish, Madison, S. D. Rosary will be said at Weyland Funeral Home Wednesday evening at Madison. Burial will be at me Cotton Cemetery, Cotton, S. D. Centurion Award For Gary Taylor Gary Taylor of 915 4th Avenue North, Estherville, has been awarded a special Centurion plaque by the New York Life Insurance Company, according to General Manager Gene J. Malsom, C. L. U. Taylor, a New York Life representative in the Estherville area since 1967, received the Centurion Award for demonstrating professional skill in handling insurance protection for more than 100 people in 1971 and for $1,012,120 in sales. Plan Bake Sale The LPN unit will hold a bake sale at Mouritsen's Red Owl at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 22. All proceeds will go into the Merril Hausmann Fund begun by residents of Spirit Lake. [DEE 50 EXTRl S&HI rKEE GREEN STAMPS I With $2.00 or More Purchase and This m ^^^ f Coupon Good Thru Wed., Jan. 26 One Coupon Per Car Per Week Please! BRINK OIL CO. 1619 Central Ave.-Phone 362-9006 - Estherville All Credit Cards-Open 6:30 a.m. to 11:00p.m. { — »r ^ FREE * * i jt Wirh $3 cash purchase & this coupon 50 Extra Estherville Thrift Stamps * * * * * # * # Expires Wed., Jan. 26 J Limit I coupon per car # Open 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. S We Honor all Approved Credit Cards I HAMMOND OIL CO. . )|C 9|C 9§C 9§C j|C jf€ 3§C 9§C 5JC ))C )|C 9fC 9§C 9|C 9§C d)C 9|C 9fC 9|C 9$C 3§C 5|C 3fs )|C 5$C 9§C 3JC 3fC 9§C 3fc 3|c i CDEE 50 ESTHERVILLE f I rKEE THRIFT STAMPS f With Purchase of $2.00 Or More And This Coupon ^ Thurs., Fri., Sat. - Jan. 20, 21, 22 ^ Not Good On Charges Or Contract Accounts. I COAST TO COAST STORE * * * Area Students ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 19,1972 Page 1% On Dean's List At Iowa State Receives Eighth Rating The Lincoln Central debate squad of Kathy Lenox, front left, Gloria Juhl, Gary Jorgenson, back left, and Bob Pierson have been rated eighth in class «B' debate by the Iowa High School Speech Association. The team placed third at the Spencer Invitational Debate Tournament Saturday with the negative gaining three wins and the affirmative two victories. (Daily News photo by Chuck Ostheimer) Graettinger FFA Admits Greenhands AMES — A number of area students have been named to the dean's list for the fall quarter at Iowa State University. Armstrong— Keith A. Glasnapp, Connie J. Helgason, Sherry A. Hibben. Emmetsburg— John D. Hough, Kenneth D, Janssen. • Estherville — James M. KraXft, John E. Kultala, Patty R. Olson. Everly — Dale D. Geerdes, Douglas E. Geerdes. Hartley — Randall J. Bos, Jerry I WUle. Milford - Ellen Smith Williams. Ruthven — Patricia Barber, Greg L. Plckrell, Barbara Wigdahl, Diane Wigdahl. Spirit Lake— DeborahS. Reed, Edward H. Sebesta. Swea City — Lea K. Branden burg, Loren A. Brandt. Police Nab Parolee Here Estherville police yesterday picked up a 20-year-old parole violator who is being held for Minnesota authorities. Two 15- year-old girls who accompanied the man have been turned over to their parents. When Joseph P. Wilen's car broke down near Estherville yesterday, police investigated and found the man was on parole from St. Cloud prison in Minnesota, having been convicted on a breaking and entering charge. The girls were runaways from their Wayzata, Minn., homes. Their parents picked them up last night. EMTA Exams Discuss Crop, Grain Marketing Wednesday Thursday The Graettinger F.F.A. chapter recently held its annual greenhand initiation. The newly added members have formed a Junior F.F.A. and also are members of the regular F.F.A. The Junior F.F.A. elected officers. They are Bill Brown, president; Greg Peton, vice president; Pam Stewart, secretary; Dwight Schmitt, treasurer; Connie Poland, reporter; Jerry Johnson, sentinel. Other members include Duane Dalen, David Koekenhof, Roger Swanson, Tony Murray, Cathy Graettinger, Paul Dunn and David Hankey. To become a greenhand these members had to be enrolled In Vocational Agriculture class, they must be able to recite the Future Farmers of America Creed and have plans for a proj­ ect. It is necessary also for them to become proficient in record keeping. To do this they use their official FFA record book. One of these greenhands will be selected to recite the creed at the sub-district contest. If this student is successful he may receive the chance to compete in the state contest. Emergency Medical Technology Attendant Examinations (EMTA) will be administered on Thursday, Jan. 20 in Estherville and Emmetsburg. Iowa Lakes Community College has been designated by the State Department of Health to host the two-hour theory examinations that will be administered at 1:30 p.m. on the North Campus at Estherville and at 7:30 p.m. at Henely Hall, Palo Alto County Hospital, Emmetsburg. There is no charge for the examination. Sarf Named Top Speaker Don Sarf won the best speaker trophy with his talk on "Cory Did It," at the Estherville Toastmaster Club meeting at the Gardston Tuesday. Other speakers were Dick Berns, Hugh Croft and Jack Wagner. Winner of the table topics awa.*d was Don Hoye with Jerry Westphal named the top evaluator of the evening. Toastmaster was Virgil West. President Irvin Juhl conducted the business {meeting. Guests included Wayne Lynch and Frank Kramer. The next meeting will be Feb. 1. Starts with a SMILE and a Checking Account With Us *L HDOtW EMMET COUNTY STATE BANK Etch depositor tnmirad to (20000 FIOItAl DlfOdl INtUIANCf COtPOMIION "IN A GOOD COMMUNITY" A FULL SERVICE BANK ESTHERVILLE RINGSTED A Crops Production and Grain Marketing Clinic will beheld at the V.F.W. Hall in Estherville, Wednesday, Jan. 26, according to Gene Rullestad, Emmet County Extension Director. The morning session will cover two topics. A short discussion of the "Occupational Safety and Health Act" and how it will affect farmers and crop production problems to look for in 1972, Dean Barnes, area crops production specialist, will give a presentation on herbicides and insecticides to use for next year. He will focus on problem weeds that are starting to show up in some areas. During noon, a free dinner will be served courtesy of the Superior Co-op Elevator and the Wallingford Cc ip Elevator. After lunch, the meeting emphasis will switch to grain marketing. Dr. Robert N. Wisner, extension economist from Iowa State University will describe the principles of "Hedging and selling grain for future delivery." Following Dr. Wisner, Omar Burkgren, manager of the Wallingford Co-op, and IvanSum- ma, manager of the Superior Coop, will describe how these principles can be put into practice DEAN BARNES and how they actually handle future sales contracts in their respective elevators. This meeting is open to all interested people. Registration and free coffee will start at 9:15 a.m. The meeting is sponsored by the cooperative elevators of Superior and Wallingford, Emmet and Dickinson County Extension Service and Iowa State University Extension. Graettinger Church Observes 10th Year GRAETTINGER - Special services commemorating the 10th anniversary of the organization of Bethel Lutheran Church at Graettinger will be held Sunday, Jan. 23. Worship services will be held at 10:45 a.m. followed by a potluck dinner. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a.m. this Sunday only. New officers, elected at the congregational meeting Monday, are Laverne Schnell, president; Omer Gjerde, vice-president; and Alan Norris, secretary. Newly appointed board members are Don Flint, Gilbert Stueve, Dr. V. G. Rients and Willard Herke. Bethel Lutheran Church re­ sulted from the merger of St. Paul Lutheran Church with the First Lutheran Church Jan. 22, 1962. The first officers at the time of the merger were Robert Carter, president; William Thompson Sr., vice-president; and Robert Anderson, secretary. Members, friends and former members are invited to attend. Tire inflation pressure should be watched closely as the weather changes. For every 10 degrees variation in temperature, pressure will go up or down approximately one pound. SHOWS DAILY 7&9 P.M. 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