Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 25, 1972 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 25, 1972
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 20 Minimum yesterday: -15 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -15 -12 Wind, velocity: 10 10 Wind, direction: WNW WNW Snow: 3 Inches ONE YEAR AGO High, 18; Low, 9 NORTHWEST IOWA Very cold through Wednesday. Snow spreading across the area Tuesday night, lows 10 to 15 below zero with 10-20 mph easterly winds. Snow continuing Wednesday with blowing and drifting likely, highs zero to 5 below. Precipitation chances 70 per cent Tuesday night, 80 per cent Wednesday. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to James Selmer or Patricia Ellen Sunde, Esthervtlle, 1972 Oldsmobile; Alvin T. or Bettie F. Stueland, Estherville, 1971 Pontiac; Walter Edward or Geraldine Prescher, Estherville, 1972 Cadillac; Mervan H. Rasmussen, Dolliver, 1972 Mercury; Steve L. Pflueger, Estherville, 1972 Volkswagen. Licenses for new trucks were issued to Craig Michael Stewart, Graettinger, 1972 Chevrolet pickup; John Chris or Jeanine E. Feddersen, Armstrong, 1972 GMC pickup; Annette Ruth Miller, Dolliver, 1972 Ford pickup; Randall R. or Norma Marie Beaver, Estherville, 1972 Ford. Area Hospitals Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Beulah Mallum, LeRoy Dahna, Estherville; Mrs. Walter Jentz, Fenton; Mrs. Ernest Buchan, Sherburn. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Neil Lundgren and son, Mrs. Terrance Christiansen and son, Mrs. Harmon Veldey, Estherville; Mrs. Stephen George, Dearborn Heights, Mich. Local Births FAIRMONT - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Donald Waldon, Reinhold Linnemeyer, Fairmont; Mrs. Paul Wegner, Armstrong; Francis Kramer, Bancroft. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Gordon Oskerson, Raymond Baker, Fay Harris, Fairmont; Irene Feller, Truman; Daryl Pestchke, Granada; Waldemar Becker, Truman. JACKSON — Admitted Monday: Roy Hansen, Jackson. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Marvin Johnson, Jackson; Mrs. James Klima and daughter, Sherburn. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Bob Reim- ors, Lake Park; Becky Ross, Milford; Donald Trees, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Keith Branstetter, Milford; Mrs. Clara Barrett, Spirit Lake. Area Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Monday: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Pell, Estherville, 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Rites Wednesday For Bud Moeding A Bible Vigil for Darrell "Bud" Moeding, 43, will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Reese-Henry Funeral ChapeLFuneral services for Darrell "Bud" Moeding, Spencer, formerly Estherville, will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Estherville. Burial will be in East Side Cemetery. Friends may call at Reese- Henry until noon Wednesday. Mr. Moeding died Saturday, Jan. 22, 1972, at his home in Spencer following a heart attack. Practice Teaching In Des Moines Information from Iowa State University last week stated that Doris Enerson of Des Moines is currently engaged in practice teaching in home economics in the Estherville school system. In reality, Doris Enerson is from Estherville and is practice teaching in the Des Moines school system. Rosary Society To Meet Jan. 26 GRAETTINGER- The Rosary Society of Immaculate Conception Church of Graettinger will meet 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26 at the parish hall. St. Agnes Circle No. 1 will be hosts with chairladfes Mrs. Larry Thornsen and Mrs. John Hoffman. KC Dance Set The annual pre-lenten Knights of Columbus dance will be held at the Highlander Club in Estherville on Jan. 29 with Marv Reeds trom and his trombone furnishing the music. The public is invited with advance tickets available from any KC member or at the door the night of the dance. Meet the Chief Talking it over with the new Estherville Chamber of Commerce president, Francis Eveleth, left, are, left to right, Martin Baedke, Alan Robinson, Herb Sneden, directors; Dr. John Powers, chairman of the Estherville Winter Sports Festival, and Jim Tholkes, master of ceremonies at the annual Chamber banquet. (Daily News photo by Stan Brotherton) Agents Guard Candidates WASHINGTON (AP) - Secret Service agents are expected to begin guarding presidential candidates early next month, with at least eight of the 1972 entries likely to be offered federal bodyguards. A panel assigned to decide which candidates are entitled to get protection is scheduled to meet Thursday. The law provides for protection of major candidates for president and vice president unless they decline it. The commission must figure JACKSON — Born Monday: Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard McWilliams, Spirit Lake, 8 pounds, 9 ounces. Local Calendar TUESDAY Wa-tan-ye 6:15 p.m. Dinner meeting followed by regular meeting at Gardston Hotel. Cub Scout Pack 21 7:30 Pack meeting at VFW Hall. TOPS 7:00 City Hall. Newcomers 8:00 At Gardston Hotel. College Dames 8.-00 Will meet at the home of Mrs. E. Drevs. WEDNESDAY Bridge 2:00 Community Center. Bank Names Thomsen Head GRAETTINGER - The Graettinger State Bank held it's annual stockholders and board meeting on Thursday, Jan. 13. The following officers were reelected; Thomas Thomsen, president; Francis E. Warren, exec, vice president; Dennis Essing, cashier; Clara Mae Bonstead, assistant cashier. Also the following directors were re-elected; Francis E. Warren, Thomas Thomsen, Al J. Graettinger, Dennis Essing, and Charles H. Barlow. The Bank also decided on a change of business hours. The Bank will now open regular hours Monday through Friday with the addition of 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday evenings. The bank will be closed on Saturdays. These hours will take effect on Feb. 4. More than one out of every four cars on the road has at least one seriously underinflated tire, according to a survey made for the National Bueau of Standards. EDWIN BURDORF Has Position In Minnesota Edwin Burdorf, 24, Estherville, has accepted a position as accountant with the Waseca, Minn., branch of Bertram Cooper and Co., certified public accountants. Burdorf graduated in December with a degree in accounting from Mankato State College. He and his wife, Dana, are both from Estherville and now reside at 806 Seventh Ave. N.W., Waseca. LEAGUE BOWLING out how to determine who in the crowded 1972 field are the major candidates. At preliminary sessions, aides to commission members have agreed generally that the national public-opinion polls should be the basis for initial selection of candidates to protect. The problem is to set a minimum standing in those polls as the criterion for major candidacy, and that is expected to be a major topic Thursday. The commission members are Sens. Mike Mansfield, D- Mont., and Hugh Scott, R-Pa., the majority and minority leaders; Speaker of the House Carl Albert, Republican Leader Gerald R. Ford, and former Sen. Thomas Kuchel of California, a public member chosen by the other panelists. The goal of the panel is to begin coverage by Feb. 1 or Feb. 7. The first presidential primary election is in New Hampshire on March 7. One source said a standard, almost certainly would be setjp to cover such entries as Sen.'' George McGovern of South Dakota, who has been campaigning for more than a year but still is near the bottom of the Democratic ranking in public- opinion polls. In addition, it was understood, there will be a more general category to cover entries who are not counted by such polls, but obviously are major candidates, such as Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace. This category also would cover Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, who ranks high in the polls but insists he will not be a 1972 candidate. In addition, the commission will have to decide whether the two Republicans challenging President Nixon in the presidential primaries, Reps. John MIXED LEAGUE EARLY FRIDAY NIGHT Highlander 6 2 Community T.V. 6 2 Pizza King 4 4 Land-O'Lakes 4 4 Yates Stationery 2 6 J. D. Webb Impl. 2 6 High Team 3 Games Highlander 2003 Community T.V. 1972 Pizza King 1949 High Team 1 Game Highlander 705 Community T.V. 688 Highlander 687 High Men's 3 Games Don Fisher 578 Romaine Peterson 564 Don Dammann 535 High Men's 1 Game Romaine Peterson 212 Don Fisher 211 Don Dammann 206 High Women's 3 Games Grace Stigman 502 Barbara Fisher 483 Wanda Peterson 469 High Women's 1 Game Leona Fisher 186 Wanda Peterson 178 Grace Stigman 177 JUNIOR BANTAM LEAGUE SATURDAY Long Gone Away 24 8 Oakridge Atom' Smashers 22 10 Hot Rods 19 13 Vitality 17 15 Idiots 17 15 E'ville Social Club 14 18 Dynamites 13 19 Jinxed Cats 13 19 Handicapers 11 21 Blom's Bums 10 22 High Team 3 Games Long Gone Away 1907 Idiots 1904 Blom's Bums 1875 High Team 1 Game Long Gone Away 681 Blom's Buns 678 Idiots 662 High Individual 3 Games John Anderson 540 Steve Whitehouse 500 Roily Moe 487 High Individual 1 Game John Anderson 193 Steve Whitehouse 193 John Anderson 189 Bob Griffith 188 CLASSIC LEAGUE MONDAY Hy-Vee 8 0 Blass Skelgas 6 2 KILR Radio 6 2 Highlander Club 5 3 Leighton Supply 4 4 Tap Inn 4 4 Datsun-Al's Auto 3 5 Dalen's Farm Serv. 3 5 E'ville Laundry 1 7 Studs 5 0 8 High Team 3 Games Leighton Supply 2685 Blass Skelgas 2660 KILR Radio 2494 High Team 1 Game Leighton Supply 935 Blass Skelgas 903 KILR Radio 886 High Individual 3 Games LeRoy Slingerland 597 Romaine Peterson 578 Paul Fredrickson 567 High Individual 1 Game LeRoy Slingerland 227 Chris Gifford 224 Gale Bryant 218 M. Ashbrook of Ohio and Paul N. McCloskey of California, should receive coverage. Sens. Edmund S. Muskie of Maine and Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota are certain to be offered protection, whatever standard is set. Muskie tops the Democratic polls, followed by Kennedy and Humphrey. Trailing them in the current; surveys but likely prospects for offers of protection are New York Mayor John V. Lindsay, McGovern, former Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy and Sen. Henry M. Jackson of Washington. Rites are Pending for Mrs. Petersen at Dunnell Funeral services are pending for Mrs. Leona Petersen, 58, former Dunnell resident, who died Monday, Jan. 24, 1972, at the Trimont Hospital. She had been ill for the past three years with cancer and had spent most of that time in the Trimont hospital She was born June 14, 1914, at Dunnell to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Carlson. She was married to Ray Petersen. He died about eight years ago. Mrs. Petersen is survived by three daughters, Bonnie and Kathy Carlson of Dunnell, Minn., and Mrs. James (Connie) Kinnard of Davenport; her mother, Mrs. Hilma Carlson of Dunnell; three sisters, Ruby Carlson of Dunnell, Mrs. Arvid Swanson of WWII Holdout AGANA, Guam (AP) — A man who told officials he is a former Japanese army sergeant and has been hiding in the jungle since World War n says, "It all seems like a dream." Shoichi Yokoi met with newsmen after two fishermen spotted him and subdued him near his cave home on Monday. He said he and nine other soldiers fled into the jungle in 1944 after U.S. troops landed on the island. The group gradually dwindled and he said he had been alone since his last two companions died eight years ago. Sherburn and Mrs. Verlie Anderson of Estherville. She was preceded in death by her father, husband and son, Michael, and her brother, Clinton. Jensen-Morgan Funeral Home at Sherburn is in charge of arrangements. Mother of Graettinger Woman Dies GRAETTINGER— Funeral services were held Jan. 15, 1972, at Zion Lutheran Church in Maskell, Neb., for Mrs. EllaBensen, 77, mother of Mrs. Lois Lundgren of Graettinger. Mrs. Bensen died suddenly in her home Jan. 13. She is survived by one son, two daughters, 20 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, and two sisters. She was preceded in death by her husband, one son, three sisters. Those attending the funeral were Lois Lundgren, Mr. and Mrs. James Park, of Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bisgard of Urbana; Mr. and Mrs. Iven Bisgard, Springfield, S.D.; Neil Lundgren, Estherville; Ted Lundgren, Graettinger; Jesse Anderson, WallingfOrd; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Suss of Graettinger and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jorth of Milford. $2 OFF THE 1/2 PRICE - ON ALL DRESSES - SUITS COSTUMES Thru Saturday Only All Sportswear V 2 Price & Less f CHRIS' ASHIONS 514 Central Avenue, Estherville, Iowa ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUBS., JAN. 25, 1972 Pag* 8. Science Course Set At ILCC Thursday "Teaching Science in the Elementary School," a course offered by Iowa Lakes Community College, has now been moved to the Rotunda building on the north campus, Estherville. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Thursday. AAAS, SCE and ESS methods of teaching elementary science will all be presented. Actual demonstration and class participation will be stressed. Members of the class will have opportunity to exchange ideas that will be valuable in the classroom. Ron Harshbarger, teacher in the Emmetsburg Community School, will be instructor for Sentence is Suspended For Gjerstad Norris Gjerstad, Buffalo Center, was given a suspended sentence and put on probation yesterday after being found guilty of larceny. Gjerstad, who had pleaded guilty Jan 10, appeared before District Judge Murray Underwood yesterday. After recommendation from County Attorney William Ridoutthatbecause Gjerstad had no previous record he be given leniency, Judge Underwood sentenced him to not more than five years at the penitentiary, and suspended it contingent on his good behavior. Gjerstad had pleaded guilty to taking a loading chute belonging to Don Kirchner, Gruver. Gjerstad had found the chute by a roadside March 10, 1971, and later attempted to sell it. the course. Having nine years of teaching experience In elementary science, he taught a similar course during the last summer session at Creighton University, Omaha. The course may be taken for three quarter hours of credit or for general interest. Further information may be obtained by contacting Continuing Education Office, LL.C.C, Esthervfflei telephone — area 712-362-577li Graettinger j Native Dies In Minnesota GRAETTINGER — Funeral services forMarinusAndersenof Albert Lea, were held Jan. 12, 1972 at Bonnerup Son Funeral home in Albert Lea, Minn., with the Rev. Fred Jacobsen officiating. Interment was in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery at Graettinger. Marinus was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Christan Kragher Andersen, born Aug. 13, 1881 and died Jan. 9, 1972. He came to America as a yong man. He married Agatha Hansen at the home of Andrew Hermansen by Rev. S. O. Sonde. He trained in Denmark as a but- termaker. Had charge of various creameries in Emmetsburg and Clarion and later operated a grocery store in Clarion until he and his wife retired to St. John's Lutheran Home in Albert Lea. Survivors include a half sister and a half brother living in Denmark. He was proceded in death by three sisters and two brothers in Denmark and on brother Jorgen Andersen of Graettinger. WED. thru SATURDAY GRAND THEATER-ESTHERVILLE EVENINGS AT 7 & 9 P.M. JAN. 26-29 A MAN CALLED HORSE IS NOVH 'Man In Th« WlldornW . left for dead on a lonely riverbank. All he had to do was hobble across 600 mlfes" of frozen frontier and kill the .only marv who had ever befriended him. / aptahi* savage struggle^ You might come out alive*"' rifli .lilit'ilUUUllr rfctwid hank in-man In ttw WMOTMN* O sontord how»d-i«nbndge production IOPI— and K>Ni hutton os"coptdin henry'-wntten by lack cfewiti. produced by sanlord howord directed by nchard c sarodon . pancrvisiorvs-lechniccJw® MM ^rnerbros.okinneycorrpany SPECIAL MATINEE SAT. JAN. 29 at 2 P.M. JN THE LAND OF CASTLES I M -G -M and CINERAMA ^dragons and demons HiNllllHI WW •'in i in. ' '"I III! IW'MIISOMHH MGM'S CLASSIC IS SUPERB FUN & THRILLS FOR ALL SEATS 75c ALL! SUN., MON., TUES., JAN. 29, 30 and FEB. 1 STEVE MCQUEEN In a Story of Men who love motorcycles and cycle Racing BRUCE BROWN'S ANY Rated |i DOUBLE FEATURE Gregory Peck In A Hal Wallis Production SHOOT OUT MATINEE SUN. AT 2 P.M. EVES. CONT. FROM 7 P.M. 7 BIG DAYS! A Evenings at 7 & 9 p.m. SPENCER THERTEff -SPENCER January 26-29 ALBERT R BROCCOLI Jn d C HARRY SALTZMAN p'^ent OfTcUl OOntlCIV "James Bond007S WM& Diamonds Are Forever | PANAV1SI0N' • TECHNICOLOR* -SMGP ; United

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