Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 8, 1972 · Page 8
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December 8, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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Two Thursday Accidents LocaI D.E.K. Directors Reported in Estherville At Meeting ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRI., DEC. 8, 1972 Page 8. Nurse Reorientation Course for ILCC The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 3 Minimum yesterday: -4 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -1 0 Wind, direction: NW NW Wind, velocity: 13 13 Snow: trace Wind Chill Factor: -31 ONE YEAR AGO High, 28; Low, 15 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly cloudy and colder through Saturday with occasional periods of light snow. Lows Friday night 5 to 10 below zero. Highs Saturday zero to 5 above. Precipitation chances 20 per cent. 1972 MIGRATORY BIRD HUNTING HOURS Emmet- Palo Alto Counties Sunrise Sunset Dec. 9 7:40 4:42 Dec. 10 7:41 4:42 Dec. 11 7:42 4:42 Dec. 12 7:43 4:42 Dec. 13 7:44 4:43 Dec. 14 7:44 4:43 Dec. 15 7:45 4:43 Snow-Blue Goose Close Season Closed on Redheads & Canvasbacks Area Calendar DOLL IYER MONDAY, DEC. 11 - 7:30 p.m. Palestine Lutheran Church, Christmas bazaar and lunch. RKGSTED MONDAY, DEC. 11- 3:30 p.m. Sl'SO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. SUPERIOR TUESDAY, DEC. 12 - Happy- Hour Club at Arnold Saha home for potluck dinner and Christmas exchange. TERRIL Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. George Crawmer, Niels Petersen, Estherville; Clements Brandenburg, Swea City; George Balmer, Welcome, Minn. Dismissed Thursday: Thomas Coatcs, Charles Hickey, Mrs. George Kibbee, Estherville; Starla Kennedy, Gruver; Connie Moore, Dolliver. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Dec. 7, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilcox, Terril, a son, 9 pounds, 15 ounces. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Todd Yarnes, Spirit Lake; Ruth Thomas, Montgomery; Mrs. Harvey Larson, Milford; Rhea Barnhill, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Thursday: Bruce Brown, Mrs. Harvey Swenson, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Willis Jacobsen, Lake Park. FAIRMONT - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Gerald Hamelau, Mark Anderson, Fairmont; Knute Saxen, Welcome. Dismissed Wednesday: Edd Garbers, Jackson; Donald Weir, Estherville; Dr. W. Lester Webb, Fairmont; Mrs. Gary Ewing, Swea City; Frederick Schuler, Campbell; Mrs. Frances Vigness, Garden City. JACKSON — Admitted Wednesday: Julius Cole, Mrs. Harlow Thompson, Jackson; Mrs. Louis Kunze, Lakefield. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Dec. 7, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Todd Yarnes, Spirit Lake, a son, 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Local Calendar SUNDAY SATURDAY, DEC. 9 — 1:30 p.m. Lloyd Lucky Lassies 4H Christmas part}' at Legion Hall. TUESDAY, DEC. 12-2 p.m. Semper Fidelis holiday party for Senior Citizens in Methodist Church parlors. TUESDAY, DEC. 12- Community Boosters Club with Mrs. Joe Feldman. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13-2 p.m. Music Club at school. Junior Federated Women's Club with Mrs. Dick Wempe. 7:30 p.m. High School Christmas program, Terril Building. Open House 2-4 p.m. Silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haukoos, at Elks Club. MONDAY Morning Kiwanis Club 6:45 a.m. Gardston Hotel. Legion Aux. Past Presidents Noon. Potluck at Legion Home, Bring white elephant. Senior Citizens 2 p.m. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. Order of Rainbow Board 7 p.m. At Masonic Temple. Rainbow Girls 7 p.m. At Masonic Temple. TUESDAY Den- During normal times, more than two and a half trillion gallons of water annually tumble over Great Falls, 10 miles south of Washington, D. C. La Leche League 10 a.m. At home of Mrs. nis Henrickson. Kiwanis Club Noon. At Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. The Estherville Police Department investigated two accidents in Estherville Thursday but no injuries were reported. A two-car accident at the intersection of North Eighth St. and First Ave. N. occurred about '5:40 p.m. Thursday according to Estherville police. Ora Marie Grems, driving a 1972 Dodge, was heading east on First Ave. N. Philip Bown Outstanding Jr. Officer U.S. Air Force Captain Philip D. Bown, son of Mrs. Dean Bown of Estherville, has been named outstanding junior officer of the quarter at U-Tapao Airfield in Thailand. Captain Bown, a supply management officer, was selected for his leadership, devotion to duty and professional performance. He is assigned to a unit of the Pacific Air. Forces which provides tactical air power supporting the U.S. and its allies in Southeast Asia and the Far East. A 1964 graduate of Chariton Community High School, Bown received his B.S. degree in marketing in 1968 from Drake Uni- versiy, where he was comission- ed upon completion of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps program. Completes Home Study Maxine Ullensvang, an em­ ploye in the dietary department for Holy Family Hospital at Estherville, has completed a correspondence home study course of 12 lessons on Sanitation. The course is conducted by the Iowa State Department of Health to help improve the quality of food served in hospitals and nursing homes. Tom Smith Rites Set Saturday Word has been received here of the sudden death of Tim Smith, 17, of Littleton, Colo. Tim Is the son of Mrs. Joan Smith and | the late Eddie Smith, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith I presently of Spirit Lake, but j long-time residents of the Superior area. The funeral will be Saturday at Denver. Mrs. Joan Smith's address is 7150 South Prince St., Littleton, Colo., 80120. Schedule Meeting The Iowa Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is sponsoring a northwest Iowa District meeting Sunday Dec. 10 at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake. The meeting will get under way at 2:00 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to bring together those interested in furthering the Fellowship of Christian Athletes movement in Iowa. and approached the intersection of First Ave. N. and Eighth St. when she stopped for a car traveling from the south. Grems was then struck in the rear by a car driven by Gene Arnild Jensen of Estherville driving a 1957 Chevrolet. Damage resulted to the front end of the Jensen car. No charges were filed. A minor accident involving two cars occurred about 3:30 Thursday afternoon according to Estherville police. The accident happened on North Fifth St. north of Central Avenue. Norma Jean Brunskill, Estherville, driving a 1970 Oldsmobile, and Susan Elizabeth Sharar of Prior Lake, Minn., were backing from parking stalls at the same time when they collided in the center of the street. Damage resulted to the left rear fender, trunk and bumper of the Brunskill car and to the taillight and the rear bumper of the 1972 Ford owned by Sharar. D.E.K. Manager Bruce Bosworth and Directors Reuben Holcomb, Soren Pedersen, Ed Hummel, Bernard Nielsen and Kenneth Dingel attended the 1972 Corn Belt Power Cooperateve Member Informational meeting held at Fort Dodge Tuesday. Nearly 100 directors and managers of 14 north Central Iowa Municipal Electric Cooperative Association attended the meeting. Corn Belt's member information meetings are held periodically as an educational tool for members. Highlighting the 1972 one-day meeting was detailed evaluation of a member survey conducted last year. Corn Belt General Manager R. W. Buckner told those attending that "With present generatio facilities and the new nuclear plant in which we will have part ownership, Corn Belt's power supply will be adequate until the 1980s." A Professional Nurse Reorientation course designed for the nurse who wishes to return to active practice and also for LPN's wishing to enter the associate degree program to re- Student Teaching Assignments AMES - Three Iowa State University students from Estherville and one from Emmetsburg have been given elementary school assignments for student teaching. The assignments were for two sessions, Nov. 27 to Jan. 12, and Jan. 15 to Feb. 23. Student teachers from Estherville are Bonita Cervera Clark, assigned to Ames; Cynthia Olson to Mason City; and Bob Torrence to Ames. Susan Miller of Emmetsburg has been assigned to Ames. They are among 128 university students assigned to elementary classrooms. view and practice current nursing skills, will be offered by Iowa Lakes Community College. The class will begin Monday, Jan. 15, at 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be held Monday through Friday for three consecutive weeks at Dickinson County Hospital, Spirit Lake. The instructor will be an R. N. with previous teaching experience. Objectives of the course are to assist the nurse in gaining an understanding of current philosophies, objectives and trends in medicaland nursing programs, to update previously acquired nursing skills and acquire new skills, to understand the functions of planning individual patient care and review the functions of the various members of health care team. Tuition charge is $38 plus textbooks. Pre-registration for this class is required by Jan. 1. Upon satisfactory completion of this class each student will receive a certificate from Iowa Lakes Community College. To register or for further information contact: Adult and Continuing Education, Iowa Lakes Community College, 300 South 18th Street, Estherville, Iowa, 51334, telephone (712) 362-5771. MILLER'S ReSale Burt, iowa 50522 Shop early at Miller's for Holiday dresses and Pant-suits for both Ladies and Girls. We accept items to sell on Mon. and Wed. from 1 to 5 p.m. by appointment only. NO CARDS OR LETTERS please. Ph. 295-2967. STORE HOURS 10-5 Tues. thru Sat. 10-9 Mon. >INDI [GOES * Hush Puppy * Cobbie * Glovette Over 30 Styles to Choose From in Sizes 4 1 /2 to 11 in Narrow, Med and Wide Widths AND ON WARM AND WONDERFUL Fleece Lined Snow Boots for Your Children. In Shiny Colors Red, Navy, White or Brown. Fleece Lined Waterproof Vinyl with a Snug Fitting Nylon Tie Top. In Sizes Infants 5 to Children's 4. Ml AND ON

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