Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 11, 1972 · Page 12
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December 11, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

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Junior High F.H.A. Plans Christmas Caroling ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., DEC. 11, 1972 Page 12 The Weather Oh'VIC IAI. Tl-.M 1U li A It K IS Maximum yesterday: f> Minimum yesterday: -8 WI'ATilM! Ti )i),\\ s y A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 1 -1' Wind, direction: S s Wind, velocity: f> 5 Wind Chill Factor: -;> DM Vl'Ali ALU High, o7; 1 .on. 1 7 NOKTIJULSi' lO'AA A chance of occasional Mion and nut ah cold Monday nwhi lows se\ en to 1- above. easterly winds 10 to i Ml'li. I nesday a chance oi sums ami tiiinnij; colo­ ur. It if.'!);- in the teeii>. i li.tncc of precipitation i» in jjcr ccni Mon- daj night anu TuoJay. Area Hogpitab DICKINSON i/Ol'NI'\ ... Admitted Kridjv: Christ u;e Ki)ej, Harle;. KdwarJ.s, Sadie Davis, F. Oscar Ol.-oit, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Larry Arer.j.-, Mtit\u\l. Di.smi.s.-eit rruia:-. Mrs. Irwin Stewart, it;;, i.i.- i"arr.. Mrs. Martha I'.hie.;, i iuU H.vK; Mrs. Ruth Tot 5. t.i-rcr..-t Madsen, Okoboji; W'iiiiin: ir.\i;'rv>. Take Park; Mrs. K.vi:u.. ''..'.'..-^ ar.a girl, Marsiuil. >ti:r.. Admit*a . ': .wv Carlson, v oar.u .*»;;:•.•..;•, Mrs. Netta ^ifhc::-. Mr.-. \r--u Ubert^on, ivt^-.u'-. : Spirit Lake; Mr>. Sur.i.> ^'ir..-.;«.. Milford; Mrs. i. H -.w;'iArn­ olds i>ark. Dismissed Sai,.;\w.y: Ruth Thomas, Montgomery; Cnristinc Riley, Mrs. Florence Smith. Mrs. Mina Conway, Mrs. Cora Inyori­ son, Spirit 1-ake; liarburu liltl, Spencer. Admitted .Sunday: Mrs. Dorothy Daltl, Arthur Cmcrson, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Sunday: Jennifer Jaynes, Mrs. Todd Yarnus ttnd boy, Spirit I^tko; Edwin Koep, Milford. FAIRMONT - Admitted Friday. Cathy Tiet.ie, Mrs. Ella Klein, Truman; Fred Shover, Alpha; Alfred Malo, David Ford, Fairmont. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Henry Penner, Mountain lake; Mrs. Eugene Lehman, Mrs. Gerald Hamelau, Mrs. Glenn Nutt, Fairmont; Fred Bettin, Victor Uoppe, Truman; Mrs. Melvin Schmidt, Ceylon; Jeffrey Lriekson, Welcome; .John SevvicK, Burt; ,Joltn Nelson, Sherburn. JACKSON — Admitted Friday: Mrs. Tom Gibbons, Mrs. Vera Fergusen, Hoy Johnson, Mrs. Martin Knoll, Jackson; Mrs. Huno, Siorden. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Koy Rosa, Jan Struck, Larry Dunker Jr., Jackson; JohnShover, Alpha. Area Births DICKINSON COL NT Y - Born Dec. S, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Larr.v Arends, Mili'ord, a daughter, 5 pounds, :i ounces. Born Dec. 'j, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carlson, Milford, a daughter, 7 pounds, 7 ounce*. FAIRMON'1 - liorn Dec. 7, 1972, to Mr. and Mm. Norman Oral/:. Fairmont, 5 pounds, 9 ounce.-, born Dec. 7, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tyson, Truman, boj, 7 pounds, 7-'_ ounces. Born Dec. 7, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wohiford, Fairmont, girl, 9 pounds, 'J : . ounce.-;. Loca) CaJendar Wi.»'\D -\N Oiciei 14 RaiiuAnv Board 7 p.m. u Masonic 'Jenipit. Rainbow Gii is 7 p.m. At Masonic 1 emple. TUESDAY La I>eche League 10 a.m. At home of Mis. Dennis llenrickson. Kiwanis Club Noon. At Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. Fine Arts Dept. 7:40 p.m. At home of Ivadell Ross. IVa-Tan-Ve G: 15 p.m. Gill and cookie ex- cliange at Gardston Hotel. 'TOPS 7 p.m. City Hall. WEDNESDAY Pinochle 2 p.m. Community Center. Local Hospital F„*>rHFK\Il.l.F Admitted Friday: Joe Meneliaca -Herrera, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, l-.stlterville; Ricky DeVary, Dolliver; Mrs. John Birkland, Wallingford. Dismissed Friday: Timothy Ross, Timothy EgcTand, Mrs. Thomas Rurg, Fstlierville; Mrs. Allen Slater, Spirit l,aUe; Mary Lelhaus, Ix'dyard; Jeffery Cla- b.iu,ch, Dolliver. Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Mary Anderson. Rosewood Manor; Mrs. Arthur Mohr, Erik t lark, Amelia Cardenas, Estherville: Henry Garrelts, Grael- theccr. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Edna Olesun, MiJford; Kristine Munnn, Tern); Donald Nagel, Blue Earth; Mrs. Robert Hoc licit and girl, Mrs. Maytlia Der- ricknon, Shane Melzgor, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Fstlierville. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Minnie SJXXJ , Mrs. Marvin Cooklin, Susan Swisher, Estherville; fame-. Thompson, Lone Rock; Kaihy Hanson, Emnietsburg; Allen Slater, Spirit I,ake. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Walter Deitering, Bancroft; Mrs. Arthur Mohr, Fstlierville; Ricky DeVary, Dolliver. Local Births FsTltFlfVII IF - Born Dec. 10, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Garrison, Fstlierville, a son, 8 pounds, 4 ounces. Born Dec, U>, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Andre, Emnietsburg, a son, 9 pounds, 3 ounces. 1972 MIGRATORY BIRD HUNTING HOURS Emmets Palo Alto Counties Sunrise Sunset Dec. 12 7:43 4:42 Dec. 13 7:44 4:43 Dec. 14 7:44 4:43 Dec. la 7:45 4:43 Snow-Blue (ioose Close Season Closed on Redheads & Canvasbacks An evening of Christmas caroling is planned for Dec. 14 by the Estherville Junior High F.H.A. The carolers' plans call for leaving the Estherville Junior High building at G:3U p.m., walk to Uie Good Samaritan Home, back to the Estherville Library Area Calendar DOLLIVER MONDAY, DEC. 1J- 7:30 p.m. Palestine Lutheran Church, Christmas bazaar and lunch. RING-STEP MONDAY, DEC. 11- 3:30 p.m. SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. SUPERIOR Square and return to the junior high building. Plans were also made for a sleding party at the Dec. 7 meeting to be held at the home of Wendy Buell. Committee members for the sleding party are Karen Natterstad, chairman, Debbie Friesner, Rose Schwed- der, Becky Smith and Wendy Buell. Names were drawn for Secret Sisters at the meeting and will be disclosed at a decorating party following 'Thursday's caroling. Members of the decorating committee are Mary Jayne Henley, Kim Johnson, Anne Spence and Narcia Graeber. A skit was also presented entitled "The Modern Christmas Story." Refreshments were served by Jackie Origer, Jean Haan and Debbie Peterson. TUESDAY, DEC. 12 - Happy Hour Club at Arnold Sana home for potiuck dinner and Christmas exchange. TERRIL TUESDAY, DEC. 12-2 p.m. Semper Fidelis holiday party for Senior Citizens in Methodist Church parlors. TUESDAY, DEC. 12- Community Roosters Club with Mrs. Joe Feldman. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13- 2 p.m. Music Club at school. Junior Federated Women's C 1 it b with Mrs. Dick Wempe. 7:30 p.m. High School Christmas program, T e r r i I Building. WALLINGFORD WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13 - 7:30 p.m. Legion Auxiliary at l^egion Post, $1 gift exchange. Cur-Cow Collision Kathy Hanson, 17, Emmetsburg, was hospitalized following a car-cow collision early Sunday, according to Emmet County Sheriff's office. Miss Hanson was a passenger in an automobile driven by I^arry Lee Johnson, Estherville, which was going north on Highway 4 about 2V2 miles south of Wallingford. After colliding with a cow standing on the roadway, the vehicle went into the east ditch. Miss Hanson who had facial lacerations is reported in good condition at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. About $800 damage was reported to the front end of the automobile, a 1070 Pontiac. The cow was owned by Morris Dalen. Buffalo Bill Cody, the adventurer and showman from the West, is buried at Lookout Mountain, about 20 miles west of Denver. "V. / ' AIRMAN BRUCE BERHOW Bruce Berhow Assigned To Lowry Airman Bruce Berhow, son of Mr, and Mrs. Darold Berhow of rural Dolliver, has been assigned to Ix)wry Air Force Base in Colorado following completion of basic training. During his six weeks basic at the Air Training Command's Lackland AF'B in Texas, he studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Airman Berhow, a 1972 graduate of Lincoln Central High School, will receive specialized training as an armament systems specialist at the Lowery Technical Training Center. \A) Debaters Place Third Four Lincoln Central students were among 40 high school students who won honors in the annual Iowa High School Forensic League contest held at the University of Iowa recently. The winners included Kurt Olson, Dtiane lloffmeyer, Bob Pierson and Gary Jorgenson, who were third in class A debate. 0 0 PRICE AccuColor 60 60% Solid State NOW... YOUR CHOICE! ONLY trade The MARCHENA Model GR-665 25" diagonal picture Auio.'TiOiic Fine Tuning. Accw-Tint control. LUAU- ieutk,rt-s tor ^iddle- *rtfc color 'te-vincj. Now ot o wzzUrq sale RCA Stereo Buy! JOY'S WESTERN AUTO RCA Stereo with built-in Stereo-8, sealed speakers Reg. $400.00 CHRISTMAS $ SPECIAL • Stereo phono . AM-FM Stereo radio • 8-track stereo tape player • Sealed speakers • 50-watt peak power 504 Central Avenue Estherville, Iowa 348 One Charged in Accident An Estherville youth, Scott Duane Hurst, was charged with failing to have his vehicle under control in a two-car accident Friday, according to Estherville police. The accident happened about 11:25 p.m. on 20th St. north of Central Ave. Hurst was traveling east on Central and made a left hand turn onto 20th St. to make a U-turn. While attempting to make the Upturn, Hurst struck a car driven by Gail Elizabeth Enderson of Estherville. Enderson was traveling east and turned onto 20th St. when the accident happened. Damage resulted to the front end of the Hurst car, a 1963 Chevrolet, and to the left front fender of a 1967 Buick owned by Enderson. A hit and run accident was investigated by Estherville police in the Wards parking lot Saturday about 4 p.m. According to Estherville po­ lice, a parked unattended pickup truck owned by Daniel Joseph King of Estherville was struck in the front end by an unknown vehicle. Damage resulted to the front grill and head light rim of the King's pick-up. Iowa Lakes Adds Farm Taxation Farm Taxation has been added to the list of adult education courses offered by the Estherville Community School in cooperation with Iowa Lakes Community College. Basic tax considerations for the farmer, including a basic record keeping system, are among the topics to be covered during the four week, 12-hour, evening class. "The class will be held in the Iowa Lakes Community College building room 22," local Adult Education Supervisor Harley Gesiriech said. Classes will begin Wednesday, Dec. 13, running from 7 to 11 p.m. Class fees will be $3 for enrolling in the course. To pre-register, call Harley Gesiriech at 362-2292 days or 362-5744 nights, or contact Iowa Lakes Community College at 362-5771. Formal registration will be handled during the classes first meeting. Yvonne Lepird Pledged Yvonne Lepird, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. NL, Lepird of Estherville, has been pledged Chi Omega, a social sorority at South Dakota State University at Brookings. Miss Lepird is a 1970 graduate of Estherville High School, attended Iowa Lakes Community College one year and is now a sophomore at Brookings. 15% off men's pajamas. 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