Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 26, 1972 · Page 12
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 26, 1972
Page 12
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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 26, 1972 Page 12 The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: -7 Minimum yesterday: -15 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -15 -14 Wind, velocity: 15 15 Wind, direction: NW NW ONE YEAR AGO High, -11; Low, -11 NORTHWEST IOWA Continued very cold through Thursday. Intermittent snow Wednesday night with 15-20 mph east winds, lows 5 to 10 below aero. Snow likely Thursday, highs zero to 5 above. Precipitation chances 70 per cent Wednesday night, 60 per cent Thursday. Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were issued for Michael E. Cole, Estherville, to Jean Christensen, Estherville, and for David Wayne Johansen, Estherville, to Mary Frances Johnson, Curlew. Gray is Critically Injured Don Gray, Spencer, a brother of Mrs. Jerry Mzzi, Estherville, remains 'in critical condition following a car-snowmobile collision about 11 p.m. Sunday. Gray and Richard Scott, advertising director of the Spencer Daily Reporter, were riding on a snowmobile and, on coming out of a ditch near the Spencer Golf and Country Club, were hit broadBide by a car. The car was driven by Benjamin Gaul of Spencer. Gray suffered a skull fracture, broken pelvis and broken vertebrae and was taken first to Spencer Hospital and then transferred Monday to Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls. As at 10 p.m. yesterday he was still listed In critical condition in the Intensive care ward. Gray has been bread delivery truck driver for the past 10 years, serving Estherville groceries and restaurants. Scott received head and internal injuries and was reported in serious condition in the Spencer hospital. Woman Hurt In Mishap In Storm Mrs. Darwin "Bunny" Bunkof- ski, Armstrong, was injured in a two-car accident with extensive damages occurring in the blinding snowstorm Monday. Both cars were traveling west on Highway 9 when the vehicle driven by Roger Alan Peta, Estherville, came upon the Bunkof- ski car ahead. He reported that he applied his brakes and attempted to pass around the Bunk- ofski car when the collision occurred. Mrs. Bunkoiski was brought to Estherville and X-rayed for possible neck and chest injuries. She and her small son, a passenger in the car, stayed overnight at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeMoss, and have now returned home to Armstrong. Damages to the Bunkofski automobile, a 1969 Pontiac, amounted to $1,000 to the rear end. An estimated $750 damage resulted to the right front of the 1968 Pontiac driven by Peta. Mrs, Peterson Rites Friday DUNNELL — Funeral services for Leona Peterson, 58, Dunnell, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Immanuel Lutheran Church with the Rev. John Leaf officiating. Burial will be in Lake Fremont Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the new Jensen- Morgan Funeral Home in Sherburn and one hour preceding the service in the Dunnell church. Mrs. Peterson died Monday, Jan. 24, 1972. She was born June 14, 1914, at Dunnell and was married in December, 1944, to Raymond Peterson at, Seattle. He died in 1966. Mrs. Peterson had owned and operated the Sherburn Drive- In Cafe and also the Dairy Sweet in Estherville. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Emma Juhl, Mrs. Mayme Alexander, Mrs. Arnold Peton, Mrs. Clarence Coyle, Mrs. George Guge, Estherville; Mrs. Carl Jensen, Bancroft; Mrs. Lloyd Houge, Superior; Hugo Matthies, Dunnell; Orvis Anderson, Wallingford. . Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Donald Stoffel, Mrs. Florence Armstrong, Mrs. Bernard Logan, Estherville; Father Vincent Beacom, Graettinger. Area Hospitals JACKSON - Admitted Tuesday: Thomas Pederson, Jody Roenfeld, Anton Johnson, Ronald McDied, Jackson; Mrs. Goldie Allen, Estherville. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. William Ascheman and daughter, Jackson. FAIRMONT- Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. William Behrens, Mrs. Keith Hertzke, Fairmont; Mark Thoma, Trimont; Mrs. Eugene McDonald, Welcome. Death Jan. 24,1972: Anna Thiemann, 70, Fairmont Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Delores Frank, Fairmont; Mrs. Robert Studer, Welcome; Mrs. Randy Wink and baby, Truman; Ralph E. Hammerstrom, Lone Rock. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. John Hartman, Lake Park; Craig Prentice, Terril; Mrs. Cora Kuinsland, Milford; Elwood Gilbert, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Richard Derflinger, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Richard Derflinger, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Amos Houge, Okoboji; Mrs. Minnie Hoien, Ringsted; Hans Mohr, Royal; Gerald Inbody, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Don Chaffin and daughter, Milford. Local Calendar WEDNESDAY Bridge 2-.00 Community Center, THURSDAY Triple E Club Noon at the home of Mrs. James Kirk Jr. E. L. McNary, Superior, Dies Monday Everett Lyle i&cNary, 64, Superior, died Monday, Jan. 24, 1972, at his home in Superior. He had been in failing health for some time. McNary was born Nov. 14, 1907, at Terril to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McNary. He attended school in Terril and was married to Threasa Houge Feb. 23, 1929, at Estherville. He lived most of his life in the Superior area and was custodian at North Superior School. Survivors are his wife, Threasa, Superior; one daughter, Mrs. Stanley (Charlene) Carlson, Milford; one grandson, one brother, Melvin McNary, Peoria, 111., and two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Sperey, Wilmar, Minn., and Mrs. Eva Myrick, Storm Lake. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and one sister. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Reese-Henry Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Vincent Fricke officiating. Burial will be in Superior Township Cemetery. Friends may call at Reese- Henry Funeral Chapel in Estherville after 7 p.m. Tuesday until time of service Friday. Two Hospitalized Following Falls Mrs. Clarence Coyle, Estherville, and Mrs. Carl Jensen, Bancroft, both suffered fractures in falls at their homes and are patients at Holy Family Hospital. Mrs. Coyle, 65, fell about 4 p.m. yesterday and was treated for a fracture of the left leg. Mrs. Jensen, 49, suffered a fracture of the left ankle on Monday and, because of the storm, was given emergency treatment at a nursing home by a local doctor. She was brought to Holy Family Hospital yesterday. On Ho nor Roll WAYNE, Neb. - William Thelen, Estherville, a senior at Wayne State College, has been named on the fall term Dean's Honor Roll. He carried a 3.83 ™ade point average for the quarter. Unpaid Bills Threaten Ambulance Service Here Alternatives of no ambulance service or a tax levy to support such service was given Emmet County residents, if ambulance bills are not paid more promptly in future. Collection problems were des­ cribed to the County Board of Supervisors in its meeting this morning by Mildred Danielson, county auditor, and William Ridout, county attorney. Both stated they received "physical abuse" and many complaints in their efforts to do their jobs In collecting for delinquent bills. Ambulance service has been supplied by Fuhrman Funeral Home, operating as Community Ambulance Service, fac. The agreement, set up to protect ihe Letting Set for ILCC South Campus Building Letting of bids for the construction of an addition to the college building on South Campus at Emmetsburg was set for Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. on South Campus by the Iowa Lakes Community College board of directors at their monthly meeting yesterday. Federal funding approval previously had been approved by the college. Appointed to the salary negotiation committee by vice- president Joseph Graaf who pre- Director Is Sought In order to develop leisure time programs, with emphasis on youth and senior citizens, Estherville is currently taking applications for a year round recreation director, with the appointee basically given one year to prove the worth of the position. The person sought for the position must be aggressive and Former Resident Succumbs Monday Mrs. O. H. Raleigh, Estherville, received a call from Seal Beach, Calif., stating mat her brother, Art Bergum, had died at the Veteran's Hospital in Long Beach Monday, Jan. 25, 1972, from a stroke. He was born Nov. 17, 1894, in Emmet County to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bergum. He received his education in the Graettinger schools. He was married to Dagmar Peterson at Estherville. They had observed their golden wedding anniversary several years ago. Bergum was a Veteran of World War I and was a mail carrier in Cedar Falls for many years until his retirement when he moved to California. Survivors include his wife, Dagmar, Seal Beach; one daughter, Mrs. John (Shirley) Walker, Cupertino, Calif.; one son, Elman Bergum, Pomona, Calif.; six grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. O. H. Raleigh of Estherville. Preceding him in death were his parents and four sisters. Services will be held Friday at Redeemer Lutheran Church at Seal Beach. Burial will be at Forest Lawn Cemetery. possess self-initiative, with an undergraduate degree in recreation and-or parks administration, youth leadership and community resources preferred. Graduate degree or training is also preferred. Two years of experience with progressive municipal recreation program can be substituted for some education. Further information is available by contacting Sandy Thompson, personnel director, at the Estherville City Hall before Feb. 11. Calf Weigh-in Day Saturday Here, Ringsted Gene Rullestad, county extension agent, announces that the second weighing and tagging day for 4-H and Vog-Ag project calves will take place at the fairgrounds in Estherville and the Hormel hog buying station in Ringsted Saturday, Jan. 29. Scales will be open in the afternoon. Both halter calves and pens-of -5 will be included. This will be the last opportunity to weigh and tag project calves for this coming year. sided at last night's meeting were John Kibbee, chairman, Edgar Meyer and Jack Tatman. Employment of Gerald Ru Lon as an instructor in auto mechanics was given formal board approval, as was the employment of Mrs. Carl Hansen as secretary in the administrative offices, replacing Alice Kimmet, who resigned. Gene Ferwerda of Spencer has been employed by the Iowa Employment Security Commission of Spencer, through the Emergency Employment Act of 1971, and has been assigned to LL.C.C. as a field representative. This appointment received board approval last night. Employment of part time instructors for adult education programs throughout the five-county area was approved. Student and faculty calendars for the 1972-73 academic year were adopted as presented to the board. A proposal of the special needs department to provide additional Instruction for the disadvantaged and the handicapped in areas of health occupations and trades and industry was accepted by the board for implementation. A Fine Arts Department proposal to add an instrumental music program to the department's offering was presented by Richard Williams and Kenneth Van Der Sloot. The board directed the department to proceed with the developmental stage of the proposed program. Approval was also given to investigate the feasibility of a program in agricultural resources that would concentrate in the areas of natural resources and wild life conservation. Controlling Noise Superior DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) A public hearing on noise control will be held in the Iowa House chamber Feb. 15. Rep. Luvern Kene, R-Waverly, said Wednesday he has sent letters to several businesses and organizations in Iowa announcing the hearing, and inviting them to present statements. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Griffee and Mrs. Cora Griffee and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ferr in and Brian visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Danielson at Knoxville Sunday afternoon while the Griffee's were weekend guests at the Ferrin home. En route home Monday they were dinner guests at the George Light home at Callendar. ambulance service against nonpayment for its services, provides that Fuhrman presents ambulance bills to Holy Family Hospital. The hospital notifies the person receiving the service, and those debts not paid after 45 days, are turned over to the county auditor's office. The county pays them and takes over the account, sending out a letter demanding payment or a reasonable plan for payment. The letter states that if the receiver fails to respond within two weeks, suit is to be filed by the county attorney. "Medicare is one of the problems," County Attorney Rldout observed, explaining that many who receive ambulance service expect the bill to be covered by their insurance or Medicare. Such bills may or may not be covered, but in any case, he stressed, "It is the individual's obligation to see that his ambulance bill is taken care of, not his insurance company's." The individual may then receive compensation from his insurance later. Board members made announcement that such bills would have to be given more prompt payment if the ambulance service agreement is to continue as at present. Dora Johnson Dies Monday ARMSTRONG - Mrs. Dora Johnson, 66, Lakota, died Monday evening, Jan. 24, 1972, at Valley View Nursing Home in Armstrong. Services have been set for Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Ramsey Reformed Church near Titonka. Mrs. Johnson, daughter of the late Robert and Mary Pelley- mounter, was born April 6, 1905, at Bancroft. She graduated from the Bancroft Public School and from Chamberlain (JSouth Dakota) School of Nursing. She was married to Rinerd Johnson in 1926. He died in 1940. An infant son also preceded her in death. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Mary Jean) Arndorfer, Bancroft, and four sons, Joseph, Rinerd and Donald of Swea City and Paul of Lakota. There are 15 grandchildren and a brother, Robert at Be Uef lower, Calif. There are two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Kylen of Swea City and Mrs. Paul Krater, Loma Linda, Calif. Friends may call at Garry Funeral Home in Bancroft and at the church after 11 a.m. Thursday. Burial will be at Greenwood Township Cemetery near Bancroft. Starts with a SMILE Savings Account "WitK Us EMMET COUNTY STATE BANK t> * •ooo»«o Saoh depositor ln«ur«d to §80000 FDKi KMIU MfOIII INIVtANCI CMrMMKM "IN A GOOD COMMUNITY 99 k ESTHERVILLE RINGSTED A FULL SERVICE BANK FREE PRESCRIPTION ' DELIVERY THRijFT STAMPS WITH EVERT PURCHASE ESTHERVILLE DRUG •f 'RI SCRIPTION SPECIAIIS1S OPEN 9 to 6 DAILY - SUNDAYS 10 A.M. TO 12 NOON THURSDAYS 'TILL 9 P.M. > QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ' Wednesday Thru Saturday Specials 25% OFF ON ALL COLOR FILM PROCESSING COLOR SUDES-MOVIES-COLOR PRINTS (Except Black & White, 8 x 10 Enlargements, Special Kodak' Work and Special Orders) 2 DAY SERVICE CORYBAN-D With Vitamin C $129 List 770 Johnson's LEMON PLEDGE m Large Siie l l'is/;wtiy' I PEARL DROPS TOOTH POLISH $1.59 List $111 DR 0P ^ Engine STARTING FLUID Aerosol Can Jergen's BATH SOAP Sudden Beauty HAIR SPRAY 65* CLIP THIS COUPON tfi) 50 ESTHERVILLE j THRIFT STAMPS I With This Coupon and f Purchase of $5.00 or More. I Wednesday Thru Saturday I January 26, 27, 28, 29 I Good On Cash Purchases Qnly! I NOT GOOD ON DELIVERIES I ESTHERVILLE DRUG CO. !

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