Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on February 4, 1972 · Page 8
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 5 Minimum yesterday: -10 WEATHER TODAY 8 10 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -10 -6 Wind, velocity: 15 15 Wind, direction: NW NW ONE YEAR AGO High, 17; Low, 16 NORTHWEST IOWA Increasing cloudiness Friday night, lows around 5 below zero. Mostly cloudy and warmer Saturday, highs 12 to 18. Precipitation chances 10 per cent. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT— Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Gordon Becker, Fairmont. Death: Craig Koehn, 20, Fairmont. Dismissed Thursday: Russell Peterson, Mrs. Howard Darmer and baby, Mrs. Leoria Nave, Fairmont; Wayne Langford, Amboy; Daniel Marlow, Lone Rock. JACKSON - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Leland Werner, Mrs. Frank Macek, Jackson; Carol Konradi, Alpha. Dismissed Thursday: Robert Svoboda, James Jerousek, Jackson. DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Patricia Pranger, Lake Park; Clarence Halbur, Dena Schroeder, Milford; Damon Radeiiffe, Bradley Wen- delboe, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Martin Simonson, Ruthven; Mrs. Harry Yarnes, Mrs. Roger Wieck and son, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Forrest Robinson, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Craig Tvedte and son, Okoboji; Myron Moeller, Milford. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Thursday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Burt, Fairmont, 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Local Calendar Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Randy Johnson, Estherville; Mrs. James Buchan, Ceylon. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Clyde Christensen, Estherville; Mrs. David Edmunds and daughter, Terril; Mrs. Mary Christensen, Graettinger; Jeffrey Ennen, Lone Rock. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Bom Thursday: Son to Mrs. Nancy Scott, Superior, 6 pounds, 9 ounces. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Gladys Marie Nelson, Estherville, 1972 Ford; Reese - Henry Funeral Home, Inc., Estherville, ,1972 Chrysler; Marcellus Jerry Hood, Estherville, 1972 International; Connie Louise Garrison, Estherville, 1972 Javelin; Gordon Glen or Mary Alice Duitsman, Estherville, 1972 Gremlin; and Clifford C. McMillin, Ringsted, 1972 Pontiac. Licenses for new trucks were issued to Erven N. Anderson, Armstrong, 1972 Ford pickup; Bernard Joe Homsey, Armstrong, 1972 Chevrolet pickup; and Mary Margaret Reese, Estherville, 1972 Chevrolet pickup. FRIDAY Hampton House 9:30 p.m. Open to all seventh graders. SATURDAY Chili Dinner 11:30 a.m.-l:30p.m. Sponsored by the Altar and Rosary Society at St. Pat's School. Royal Neighbors 2 p.m. Regular meeting with Mrs. Maude Brown. KYN 7 p.m. Regular meeting with Mrs. Nolan Boggess. MONDAY Morning Kiwanis Club 6:45 a.m. Imperial Lanes. Senior Citizens 2 p.m. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. Rainbow Girls 7 p.m. Regular meeting at Masonic Lodge. Executive Board Meeting 7:30 p.m. Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Big Brothers 8 p.m. Board of directors at Barber Hall. TUESDAY Ex-Resident Dies Jan. 21 Friends were informed of the death of Enoch N. Erickson, Jan. 21, 1972, from meningitis. He was graduated from Estherville High School in 1925 and later married the former Lois Thrush, also of Estherville, in Sioux City. They spent most of their married life in Glendale and Crestline, Calif. Erickson retired two years ago from the San Bernardino Park Service and they had just moved to Hemet, Calif. He is survived by his widow, a daughter, Jean (Mrs. Joe Harper) of Santa Barbara, Calif.; a son, Jerry, of Oklahoma City, Okla.; and five grandchildren. Mrs. Erickson may be contacted at Sunburst Park, 1895 West Devonshire St., Hemet, Calif., 92343. Head Start Parents Meet Head Start Parents held their regular meeting Jan. 31. It was held at the home of June Carlson. There were seven parents and Mrs. Gehrald Riesen, Community Representative, in attendance. Mrs. Delores Simmons explained the Family Planning program. A film on discipline was also shown. The group decided to hold a bake sale Feb. 12 at the Fare- way Store. Lunch was served by Mrs. Casper Lappegaard and Mrs. Clifford Spoo. Kiwanis Club Noon Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. North Star Lodge 6:30 p.m. Dinner. 8 p.m. Regular meeting at Masonic Temple. TOPS 7 p.m. City Hall. Helping Care Center 7:30 p.m. Board Meeting at Methodist Church. Woman's Club-Fine Arts Dept. 7:45 p.m. General meeting with foreign exchange student as speaker at DEK building. Harmony Rebekah Lodge No. 55 8 p.m. Will meet at IOOFHall, Estherville Jaycees 8 p.m. Gardston Hotel. Area Calendar WALLINGFORD WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9: 10 a.m. Wallingford American Legion Auxiliary all day meeting. Members asked to bring hot dish and salad to Wallingford Legion Hall. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRl, FEB. 4, 1972 PagB 8 Manpower Representative At Ledyard Feb. 17 Willie's Wired A warning was issued by D.E.K. Electric manager Bruce Bosworth that he would short-circuit The News presses if Willie Wirehand was given the wrong name under this picture. To make sure that he was not misnamed, the builders added the signature to this lighted (with electricity) snow BOB STAN STEVE Estherville Students in Westmar Interim Program LEMARS — Four Estherville High School graduates, all students at Westmar College, are taking part in the Westmar College interim which began in January. Robert Kuen, son of Mrs. Luella Kuen, Estherville is a soph- more and is one of 80 students who is studying Christian Faith. Douglas Yates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Yates, Estherville is a sophmore and is studying life and casualty insurance. Stan Peterson, a freshman, is one of 80 students who is studying Christian Faith and his brother, Steven Peterson, a senior is taking the course, "The Making of the President." Both are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Peterson of Estherville. The Westmar Interim offers each student at the college an opportunity to invest the month of January between semesters in a single educational experience. The Interim emphasizes creativity, flexibility and experimentation. The 1,000 Westmar students exercise wide freedom in selecting their Interim experiences. Some students choose to specialize in studies related to their major interests, while others broaden their understanding of previously unfamiliar subjects. Grading is on a pass-fail basis. The Interim is being retained as an important part ot the New Curriculum at Westmar, a college related to The United Methodist Church. The New Curriculum encourages individual academic iniative and innovation. Pack 38 Dates Blue and Cold The date Feb. 22 has been set for Pack 38's Blue and Gold banquet which will be held at the VFW. Cub Scout Pack 38, met Tuesday evening at the VFW Hall. Den 3 advanced and retired the colors. Den 8 acted out a skit, "The Year 1972." In their skit the scouts selected something of importance happening during the month, dressed accordingly and recited an appropriate verse. Den 4 led in the singing of several songs. Dens 3 and 5 gave their den yells. Vehicles Collide In failing to yield at an intersection, a car driven by Lonnie David Krenn, Estherville, collided with a truck at 10:10 a.m. yesterday. Krenn was driving a 1962 Chevrolet south on South 18th St. and in proceeding out on Third Avenue S. struck a 1969 Chevrolet truck operated by Gunder Ernest Paulson, Armstrong. The truck which was traveling west, was not damaged. The Krenn car was damaged at the left front fender and hood. Lunch Menu MONDAY, FEB. 7 Chili, Tossed salad, Apricot sauce, Schoolbaked sweet rolls, V> pint milk. TUESDAY. FEB. 8 Scalloped potatoes and ham, Buttered green beans, Orange juice, Cheese sandwich, x k pint milk. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9 Steamed wieners, Mashed potatoes, Cole slaw, Peach sauce, Brownie, Peanut butter sandwich, % pint milk, THURSDAY, FEB. 10 Goulash, Buttered peas, Lettuce salad, Chilled fruit, School baked batter bread, V2 pint milk. FRIDAY, FEB. 11 Fishburger on bun, Creamed potatoes, Apple wedge, Pumpkin custard with whipped topping, Vi pint milk. Concert Construction Doug Nelson, left, and Jeff Weir work on saw horses for construction of the stage in the high school gym for the Saturday night concert. Nelson and Woir along with other Estherville F. F.A. members are working on the project for a community project in conjunction with the Rotary Club which furnished the lumber. (Daily News Photo by Chuck Ostheimer) LEDYARD — EmploymentSpe- cialist Ed Emerson, representative of the Extension Manpower Center, will be at the Ledyard town hall on Thursday, Feb. 17. He will help persons complete a work application and give information on employment opportunities. He will have information on current job openings as well as some information on current training programs that might be available to improve the Crop Clinic At Terril Feb. 10th sculpture at the D.E.K. building. When Willie was under construction, The News handed him the handle of Reddy Kilowatt, the trademark of another electric utility, and Willie almost became unplugged over the matter. (Daily News Photo by Chuck Ostheimer) Spirit Lake Get s Manpower Grant WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Manpower Administration has awarded grants totaling $1,755,708 to Iowa communities to provide jobs, work experience or training for 639 Ibwans, Sen. Jack Miller R- Iowa, said Thursday. The major portion of the grant, $1,471,071, is earmarked for Des Moines, Spirit Lake and Centerville to provide skill training for 531 persons, Miller said. The projects, number of persons involved and grants include: Benton-Iowa-Poweshiek-Tama Counties Community Action Program, Inc., Belle Plaine, 17. evvroUeea, $32,360; South East Iowa Community Action Organization, Inc., Burlington, 38, $125,650. Whiskers Construction Co., Cascade, one trainee, $1,905; Hawkeye Area Community Action Program, Cedar Rapids, 38 enrollees, $115,840; Hobart Manufacturing Co., Agency, Dubuque, one trainee, $2,604; Spirit Lake Senior High School, Spirit Lake, 12trainees, $2,181. Various training facilities in Has 4.0 Score In Utah College OGDEN, Utah - Mrs. Peggy Moreau, formerly of Estherville, is listed on the perfect 4.0 scholastic honor roll for the fall quarter at Weber State College. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Bartleman of 408 S. 15th, Estherville, and a graduate of Estherville High School. Peggy's husband, Mark Moreau, is stationed in Ogden while on military duty. Mrs. Moreau, a junior at Weber State, is majoring in elementary education. Des Moines, including Des Moines Skill Center, 519 trainees, $1,468,890; Dr. Joseph A. Herman, Des Moines, one trainee, $1,192; Sedalia-Marshall- Boonville Stage Lines, Inc., Des Moines, two trainees, $5,086. Pepsi-Cola Offers ILCC Scholarship Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Estherville is again offering an ILCC scholarship to an area high school graduate, it was announced today by Richard Munson, manager. The scholarship will be awarded to a graduate from a school in one of the following counties: Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Palo Alto, O'Brien, Osceola, in Iowa, and Cottonwood, Jackson and Martin in Minnesota. The Iowa Lakes Community College scholarship is valued at $375, and will be made on the basis of a graduate in the upper half of his high school class, or to a college freshman who has maintained at least a 2.0 grade point average during his freshman year at the Estherville campus. The committee will consider need, citizenship and scholastic ability. Applications should be made to the Director of Financial Aids, Iowa Lakes Community College, Estherville, 51334, including a billfold size photo, a transcript of grades, ACT test scores and rank in the class. Application deadline is March 1 and the selection will be announced in April. TERRIL - The Farmers Cooperative Company of Terril- Milford in cooperation with the Dickinson County Extension Service, has scheduled Thursday, Feb. 10, for a crop information clinic at the Terril Legion Hall. Those participating are asked to come for coffee and registration from 9:30-10 a.m. The topic "Nitrogen" will be discussed from 10 to 11. Other topic subjects include soybean production, 11-11:40 a.m.; herbicides and insecticides, 1-2 p.m.; herbicide guide lines, 2-2:15 p.m.; seed, forage, fertilizer, 2:153 p.m. This meeting has been designed to give the farmer the latest Information available on the raising of corn, soybeans and forages. Dr. Dean Barnes, area extension crop specialist; Jim Youngclas, Dickinson County extension director; Dave Seehusen and Frank Hartwig, Land O'Lakes representatives, will be present to participate in the all-day program. Bill Holliday, from the Dickinson County ASCS office, will also attend to explain the 1972 farm program. All area farmers and other interested persons may attend. Webelos Elect New Officers RINGSTED - Webelos met at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church Jan. 3 with seven members present. Kelly was elected denner and Deanas assistant denner. The group talked about mobiles and how to make rope. Jan. 10 the Webelos met at the Marvin Nielsen home. The boys made ropes and played games. Jan. 17 the Webelos met at the power plant at Armstrong with seven members present. They observed the motors and saw the wrenches which they could hardly lift. They saw and heard the motors get turned off. Jan. 24 no meeting was held due to the snowstorm. HURRY! ENDS TUESDAY THEATER-E^HERVfL L E EVES: 7 & 9 P.M. ADULT $1.50 CHILD 75c SUNDAY! Extra Matinees! 2, 4, 7 & 9 P.M. ALBERT R. BROCCOLI « Sean tannery games' Bond 007 „„ m IAN FLEMING'S Diamonds -Arc Forever forever ftorever • TECHNICOLOR * United Artists SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY! FEBRUARY 5th • 2 P.M. Bring The Whole Family / All Seats; 75c carol channing eddie bracken if city THE WONDERFUL REAL ROMANCE OF ARCHY AND MEHITABEL color • a fine arts film • released by allied artists employability of a person looking for work. An employer can get up-to-date information on the current availability of workers and their experience. At the same time he will be able to place a job order. Emerson will also have some information about existing services and programs for employers. The Extension Manpower Center is a joint experiment in providing employment services to the rural area. The Iowa Employment Security Commission and Iowa State University's Cooperative Extension Service are cooperating on the project. Having a staff member visit a community is one more attempt at improving the delivery of manpower services in rural areas. Particularly in those communities that are a considerable distance from the nearest office of the Iowa State Employment Service equipped to provide full manpower services. The extension manpower center office is at 6 North Dodge in Algona and is open from 8-12 and from 1 to 4 for anyone who has any questions or those who would like to talk with the personnel before they visit a community. Ed Emerson is the employment specialist and Marion Battani is the extension associate. Modern Corn Production is School Topic The Estherville Adult Farmer evening class will meet in the Vocational Agriculture Room, next to the high school in Estherville. The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. The topic to be discussed is modern corn production. Dennis Gustafson will be with us to discuss his farming program. Gustafson is a farmer near Deloit, Iowa. He has the largest test plot inAmericaand had more companies entered than at the Farm Progress Show of 1970 in Indiana. He has conducted over 700 tests plus three minimum^ill machines in test. Gustafson speaks to about 100 groups during the winter months and appears on a number of radio and T.V. programs. He sends out over 17,000 booklets each year all over America. Gustafson is 36 years old, has four children, and farms around 1,100 acres. It will be a very informative and interesting meeting and everyone is welcome to attend. Don't forget—Monday night at 7-.30 p.m. in the Vocational Agriculture room. Refreshments will be served. CONGRATULATIONS and WELCOME to the PRESIDENT'S CLUB Lee Barnes Your Independent Agent For your excellence in production and dedicated service to your many fire and casualty policyholders. CONTINENTAL WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY Des Moines, Iowa Division of Continental Western Industries, Inc. 1

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