Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 20, 1972 · Page 8
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 10 Minimum yesterday: 5 WEATHER TODAY : 8 10 A.M. A,M. Temperatures: 5 6 Wind, velocity: 15 15 Wind, direction: NW NW ONE YEAR AGO High, 17; Low, 15 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly cloudy with occasional periods of light snow through Friday. A little warmer Thursday night, lows 10 to 15. Highs Friday 17 to 23. Precipitation chances 20 per cent Thursday night and Friday. Police Court Tom Cottier, Spirit Lake, fined $5 and costs for violation of restricted time limit on parking. Steve L. Bandow, Manilla, fined $15 and costs for improper lane change. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT- Admitted Wednesday: Patrick Gerken, Edgar Koch, Fairmont; Daryl Petschke, Granada; Mark Kurseth, Welcome. Dismissed Wednesday: Brent Meyer, Marvin J. Holland, Mrs. James Beckmann and baby, Fairmont; Major O. Palmer, Ceylon; Mrs. George Burt, Armstrong, transferred to Rochester. JACKSON - Admitted Wednesday: none. Dismissed Wednesday: Lisa Sabatka, Jackson. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Douglas Mclhtire, Milford; Eldon Hoffman, NiKay Dennert, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Lilia Beck, Superior; Mrs. Stanley Heikens, Lake Park; Mrs. Gene Justiss, Spencer; John Thomsen, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Harold Henderson, Mrs. Charles Banning, Max Seely, Carl Hammer, Robert Reed, Mrs. James Radcllffe and son, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Ashton Woods, Lake Park; Rebecca Forkenbrock, Sioux Rapids; Gerald Sprague, Arnolds Park. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Wednesday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sutphin, Fairmont, 8 pounds, 2 ounces. DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Wednesday: Son to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mclntire, Milford, 8 pounds, 4 ounces. Local Calendar THURSDAY AAUW 8 p.m. At home of Mrs. Charles Yost, 3 Westwood Court. FRIDAY Father-Son Banquet 6:30 p.m. At Redeemer Lutheran Church. SATURDAY LPN 10 a.m. Bake sale at Mouritsen's Red Owl. Proceeds will go for Merrill Hausmann fund. Seek ICC Post DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Gov. Robert Ray said Wednesday "quite a number of persons have applied" for the vacancy on the three-member Iowa Commerce Commission. TV Tonight . . . Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Emaline Jackson, Glen Whitish, Mrs. Sheldon Sifrit, Estherville; Albert Madison, Wallingford; Mrs. Leland Knudtson, Graettinger. Dismissed Wednesday: Ryan Hlggins, Mrs. David Dalen and daughter, Mrs. Leonard Groth, Mrs. Selma Handeland, Estherville; Irvin Anderson, Emmetsburg; Rita Mahan, Graettinger. Deaths: Glen Whitish, 58, Estherville; Mrs. Lydia Brandt, 77. Glen Whitish Dies Wednesday Glen LeRoy Whitish, 58, Estherville, died at 11:50 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital following an illness of a month and a half. Whitish was born April 16, 1913, at Estherville to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Whitish. He received his education in Estherville schools and was graduated from Estherville High School. On Oct. 22, 1939, he was married to Elsie DeWall at Emmetsburg. He lived his entire life at Estherville except for 194245 when he lived at Los Angeles. Whitish operated a Standard station in Estherville for 13 years and for the past 17 years had been employed as electrician at Olson Electric Co. at Estherville. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Estherville. Survivors include his wife, Elsie, Estherville; three daughters, Mrs. Donald (Karen) Iverson, Durant; Mrs. Quentin (Barbara) Kuyter, Pella; and Mrs. Bill (Janet) Zwick, Cherokee; three grandchildren, his mother, Mrs. MargarefWhitish, South Gate, Calif.; and two brothers, Melvin Whitish, Long Beach, Calif.; and Ervin Whitish, South Gate, Calif. He was preceded in death by his father, one brother and one infant sister. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Estherville with the Rev. Ronald Flentgen officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery. Friends may call at Reese- Henry Funeral Home at Estherville from 10 a.m. Friday until noon Saturday. The family has established a memorial fund. Ex-Superior Resident Dies Word has been received here of the death of Harry Ruckman Jan. 8, 1972, at Stuart, Fla. Ruckman formerly lived at Superior and was living in a home for the aged when he died at 98. Word of his death came from a daughter, Grace Ruckman Small, of Lake Worth, Fla. She said that her father resided in Superior 40 years. Service Address The address of Perry Ohrtman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ohrtman of Estherville is Sp4 Perry L. Ohrtman 482-64-6006, MACV Tm 55, APOSanFrancisco 96215. He is stationed in Vietnam in radio communications. Marijuana Control CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Agriculture Commissioner Gus Douglass told the state House Finance Committee Tuesday his department will need $250,000 over the next five years to bring the growth of marijuana under control. Thursday a Night of Mystery and Drama Presented by COMMUNITY TV SIGNAL CO. THURSDAY JEANNE - 6:30 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. ME AND THE CHIMP— 7 p.m. CBS. ALIAS SMITH AND JONES 7 p.m. ABC. MOVIE — Western "Chuka." 8 p.m. CBS. LONGSTREET - Crime Drama. 8 p.m. ABC. PERRY MASON - Mystery "The Wayward Wife." 8:30 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. DEAN MARTIN — 9p.m. NBC. OWEN MARSHALL, COUN- SLER AT LAW - "Run, Carol Run." 9 p.m. ABC. DRAGNET — 10 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. FRIDAY O'HAUA, U.S. TREASURY Crime Drama— 7 p.m. CBS BRADY BUNCH - 7 p.m. ABC VIRGINIAN— Western— 7 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7 MOVIE - Western-"Return of the Seven." 7:30 p.m. NBC MOVIE - Thriller - "Something Evil" 8 p.m. CBS ODD COUPLE- 8:30 p.m. ABC DON RICKLES— 9:30 p.m. CBS DRAGNET - Crime Drama- 10 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7 DICK CAVETT - 10:30 p.m. ABC JOHNNY CARSON - Guest host Joey Bishop. 10:30 p.m. NBC Masons to 'Become Involved' Eight Masonic lodges in Emmet, Kossuth and Palo Alto counties, including North Star No. 447 of Estherville, have been invited to participate in a new four-way program designed "to strengthen Masonry as a vital force for good" in Iowa's communities. In one phase of the program, which is sponsored by the Grand Lodge of Iowa, the state has been divided into 55 districts, and Francis H. Ellis, Emmetsburg, has been named a special representative of the Grand Master of Masons in this area. He is a member of Earnest Lodge No. 399, Emmetsburg. According to Dr. W. W. Morris, Iowa City, Grand Master of Masons in Iowa, "the hope of the program is that more and more Masons will come out from behind the closed doors of their lodge rooms and become personally involved in implementing the fraternity's laudable goals and objectives for the common good." In addition to districting of the state, the program includes formation of a long-range planning committee, a Masonic youth committee and a publications advisory committee. "Through these committees, greater commitment by individual Masons and their lodges to public concerns will be sought," Dr. Morris said, suggesting that it would be good, for example, "if each lodge had a public committee charged to develop meaningful, worthwhile, relevant projects and relationships with the local schools." Lodges in the three counties are located in Armstrong, Estherville, Swea City, Burt, Algona, Emmetsburg, Ruthven and West Bend. New Program For USCG Enlistments The United States Coast Guard recruiting office. Omaha has an- ounced the establishment of a new enlistment program whereby individuals may enlist in the Coast Guard and delay commencement of active duty up to six months. This program is intended for but not limited to, high school seniors who are within six months of graduation. Monthly pay for a Coast Guard recruit serving on active duty is $288. plus $105. if married. In addition, the Coast Guardsman is furnished food, lodging, medical and dental care, initial uniforms, 30 days annual leave, and numerous other benefits. Further information may be obtained concerning our nation's oldest continuous seagoing service by contacting your Coast Guard recruiter at 1504 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb. Telephone collect for 402 221 4710. Openings are available for immediate or future enlistments. On Dean's List RINGSTED — Nancy Jensen was named to the Dean's List of Honor Students of the 197172 academic year at Dana College in Blair, Neb. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen and is a senior at Dana majoring in elementary education. She maintained a grade point of 7.53 out of a possible 9.00 for the first semester. Tommy Brock, Computer Science, Keith Glasnapp, Electrical Engineering and Terrene e Jensen, Physicis, all 1970 Ringsted graduates are on the Dean's List for the fall quarter at Iowa State State University at Ames and three of 1,458 students on the list. RINGSTED — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel, Fenton report their son, Michael Hassel of Ft. Monroe, Va. received his discharge from the Army officially on Dec. 30. Mike and his wife, Margo, have returned home and that he will be going to UNI at Cedar Falls, beginning Feb. 1. Mike received an "early out" of the service. RINGSTED - James Ellerston, Jr. was named to the Dean's List at Central College at Pella, Iowa. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ellerston, Sr. of Ringsted. Church Burns RINGSTED - The Ringsted firemen were called Friday evening to Depew shortly after 5 p.m. where the St. John's Lutheran Church burned to the ground. The nearby parish house which was west of the church was saved as well as theparsonage, Weltzin's Grocery Store and other surrounding homes. Talking it Over Three women directors of Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., visited after the board meeting Tuesday. From left, Rosemary Dudding, Bancroft, Beverly Sherman and Margaret Clark, Estherville. - (UDMO Photo) Primghar Man Elected 1972 President of UDMO Harrison Fisch of Primghar was elected president of the board of directors of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. at its regular meeting Tuesday. He will take office March 1 when the new program year begins. He succeeds the Rev. Thomas Gwinn of Emmetsburg. Fisch farms near Primghar and is a member of the O'Brien county board of supervisors. He has been a member of the board of directors of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. for two years, since O'Brien county joined the Upper Des Moines area. He is also president of the Northwest Iowa Alcoholism and Drug Treatment Unit of Spencer. Elected vice president was the Rev. Robert Macfarlane, Episcopal pastor of Spencer and Storm Lake. Margaret Clark of Estherville was elected secretary of the agency and Mrs. Rosemary Dudding of Bancroft was elected corporation treasurer. Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. sponsors Head Start, Neighborhood Youth Corps, Home Health, Outreach Offices, Mainstream, and Supplemental Food. The area served is Osceola, O'Brien, Dickinson, Clay, Buena Vista, Emmet, Palo Alto, Pocahontas and Kossuth counties. Ringsted Firemen Honor Long Time Member RINGSTED — Ringsted Firemen honored Clarence Petersen for 19 years of service at the annual Firemen's Dinner Saturday night. Wives were guests. Petersen was presented his fire hat as as a remembrance for his years of service. He has now retired. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Howe, Mrs. Robert E. Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McKay, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Irmiter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ostegaard, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Plagge and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Culbertson, Mrs. Alan Heidecker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naig and Robert Petersen. Nielsen was unable to attend because of illness. Ringsted FTA Hears Exchangee RINGSTED - The Ringsted chapter of Future Teachers of America heard a message from a German exchange student at the January meeting. Guest speaker was Dorothee Joanetzke of Buckeburg, Germany, who is currently attending school at Sibley. Other guests included Gilbert England, Mrs. James Johnson, both of Ring­ sted, and Betty Kingston of Sibley. President Kathy Skattebo presided at the business meeting during which the group voted not to sponsor a Valentine party. Each class was urged to work on its individual project and submit point sheets by the April meeting. Refreshments were served by the FTA freshmen members. Bill Would End Booze Monopoly DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) An end to the Iowa State liquor monopoly was proposed Wednesday in a bill filed in the Iowa House by Rep. Michael Blouin, D-Dubuque. The bill would turn the sale of liquor over to private enterprise. Blouin said the chief argument against private sale of liquor has been the loss of state revenue resulting from breaking up the state's monopoly. But he said that, as of next July 1, "we will be adding thousands of new customers in Iowa with the granting of adult rights at age 18." "The millions of dollars of additional revenue which will result from this, along with the additional increase in taxes on the owners of new stores, the additional property tax on land which is now partially tax exempt' and the economic upswing due to Iowans buying in Iowa should make the present time perfect for such a transition." Blouin alluded to charges that the state loses thousands of dollars in revenue each year because Iowans in border counties prefer to go to neighboring states to buy liquor necause selections are better than they are in Iowa state stores. Rep. Arthur Small, D-Iowa City, said he also favored the change. He said there currently is just one store in Iowa City, serving a population of more than 40,000 and "it isn't even self-serve." Blouin said Reps. William Gluba, D-Davenport and June Franklin, D - Des Moines, as well as Small, were joining him in sponsoring the bill. Buthman Heads Immanuel Slate A number of names were not included in the list of officers of Immanuel Lutheran Church. They include Donald Buthman, president; Keith Nelson, vice president; Harold Niss, secretary, and Elmer Thorn, treasurer. Installation of officers was held Jan. 9. Lydia Brandt Succumbs at 77 Lydia (Ma) Brandt, 77, Estherville, died at 9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, 1972, at Holy Fam- Uy Hospital. Funeral services wUl be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the United Methodist Church at Estherville. The Rev. Richard Pearson will officiate. Burial will be in East Side Cemetery. Reese-Henry Funeral Home is in charge. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TOIjU^j JAN._ 20 x 1972 Page ft The second 3 minutes of a long distance call usually cost... more than the first 3 minutes. CZ] 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 Each 3 minutes additional minute 75c 25c or less 65c 21c or less 55c 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. The cost of moving from a dream castle By Abigail Van Buren [* im by Chtcito TribtiM -N. Y. Nw Svitd., Inc .1 DEAR ABBY: Your comment to "Lady Dreamer" reminded me of a cute saying I'd like to share. "The neurotic BUILDS dream castles. The psychotic LIVES in them, and the psychiatrist collects the rent." MRS. L. P. DEAR MRS. L. P.: A competent psychiatrist doesn't "collect the rent" for anyone's dream castles. Instead he helps his patient to find a dwelling he can actually LIVE in. And his fee is more appropriately the cost of moving. DEAR ABBY: We have a very surly, selfish son in law who is married to our only child. She is a wonderful girl and we love her very much, but we just can't understand him. He treats our daughter all right as far as we can see, but he treats us terribly. When we invite the two of them for supper, she usually comes alone. She's embarrassed, but confesses she couldn't get him to come with her. When he does come, he eats fast and wants to run away right after the meal is over. We have given them a lot of financial help. We bought them a nice little house and are helping them furnish it. We even bought them a'second car. I was in the hospital for two weeks and he never came to see me once. He didn't even send me a card! Would it be childish for us to treat him like he treats us? I mean stop all financial help? I wouldn't want to hurt my daughter, but someone should teach this fellow a lesson. HURT DEAR HURT: Any financial help you gave him was undoubtedly more for your daughter's sake than his. Don 't reward his indifference and mdeness with generosity, but be careful how you "teach him a lesson" or your daughter might wind up paying for the lesson. DEAR ABBY: I am a school teacher. The other day another teacher told me in the presence of the school nurse and some office secretaries, that she had seen a woman shoplift a purse in a local store. .• I asked her if she reported the incident to anyone, and she said she had not. I then told her that I thought she had an obligation to report it. A discussion followed. One person agreed with me. Another said, "If that woman was stealing, she must have been very hard up and needed to steal so it would have been unkind to report her." Another said, "I'd have minded my own business because if I made such an accusation and wasn't able to prove it, I could be sued for slander." Now I'd like your opinion, Abby. AN EX ANGELENO DEAR EX: I would have reported it. To quote Edmund Burke fagain], "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." What's your problem? You 'll feel better if yon get it off your chest. Write to ABBY, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply enclose stamped, addressed envelope. ® Northwestern Bell 6-Piece Place Setting in Community Stainless By ONEIDA Available In these patterns: $6.99 Available In these patterns: $4.99 Christensen Jewelers 618 Central, Estherville, Iowa

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