Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 12, 1972 · Page 9
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 12, 1972
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 19 Minimum yesterday: 10 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 11 11 Wind, direction: E E Wind, velocity: 0 0 Wind chill factor: 11 Snow: 3 inches at 9 ONE YEAR AGO High, 29; Low, -2 NORTHWEST IOWA Decreasing cloudiness Tuesday night, lows zero to 8 above. Partly cloudy Wednesday, highs 16 to 22. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Allen Slater, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Clarence Woodyard, Dean Hanson, Mrs. Robert Sheridan, Herbert Fransen, Mrs. Ray Taylor, Estherville. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Roger Wilcox and boy, Terril; Mrs. John Birkland, Wallingford; Clements Brandenburg, Swea City; Mrs. Oden Wee, Susan Swisher, Justus Petersen, Estherville. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Monday: Violet Koob, Mrs. Clyde Irons, Everett Stammer, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Laurence Becker, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Robert Powell, Terril. Dismissed Monday: Rudy Janzen, Mrs. Netta Neighbor, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Larry Arends and baby girl, Milford. Area Births Marriage Licenses Nicholas Joseph Clifton to Ella Mary Halstead, both of Estherville. Police Court Cases DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Sherlene Tindall, Graettinger, Dec. 11, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. fined $10 and costs for speed- Laurence Becker, Arnolds Park, ing. a daughter, 9 pounds. Charles Deling, Dunnell, fined j-^ , $20 and costs for speeding. Ueaths Baby Named MICHELLE KAY HOCKETT was Dec. 4, 1972 at the Holy Family Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hockett, 232 N. 12th St., weighing 5 pounds, 12 ounces. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osthiemer, Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hockett, Wellington, Colo. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Hanson, Route 4, Estherville. She has two brothers, Lonnie Allan, 4 and Rodney Jon, 2. KEVIN LEROY BROSH was born Nov. 29, 1972 at the Holy Family Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Jvan Brosh, Estherville, weighting 6 pounds, 12 ounces. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Ann Brosh, Estherville and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hoffmeyer, Estherville. He has two sisters Sheryl, 9 and Angela 6. Mrs. Bertha McCollam, Sanborn, died Dec. 11, 1972. Local Calendar TUESDAY Fine Arts Dept. 7:45 p.m. At home of Ivadell Ross. Wa-Tan-Ye 6:15 p„m. Gift and cookie exchange at Gardston Hotel. TOPS 7 p.m. City Hall. WEDNESDAY Pinochle 2 p.m. Community Center. WWI_Vets^and_Auxjljarx 6:30 p.m. Potluck, meat furnished, 50-cent gift exchange, City Hall. Eastern Star 8 p.m. At Masonic Temple, 50-cent gift exchange. THURSDAY Warranty Deeds Bebo, Tillie C. to Swalve, Lowell O. & Diane L; Tract in 11-99-34 (Contract). Clay Co Natl Bk to Clark, Marion L; Tract in NWV 4 1599-34. Fitzgerald, Larry L. & Kathryn to Crowley, Viola M; Tract InSWV^ 17-98-33. Sheriff Richard Dahl to Eville Fed Sav & Loan Assn; Tract in W'/ 2 SEV4 11-99-34. Skattebo, Earnest K. & Mary M. to Fitzgerald, Larry T. & Kathryn; Tract in SW '/4 17-98-33. Clark, Ivol W. & Edna M. to Matheson, Carl B. & Dagny B.; L 2 & S'/ 2 of L 7 Blk 4 Esthers Addn, Eville. Everds, Virginia Johnston & F. R. to Moller Constr Co.; L 12 Alexander Road Addn, Eville. Foster, Clifford N. & Stella M. to Foster, Stella M; L 4 Blk 5 Orig Plat, Eville. Jacobson, Dale D. & Gleva M. to Hartel, Charles E. & Jane M; Apt No. 5 Jacobson's First Addn, Eville. Larsen, Elizabeth E. Conser­ vatorship to Ramsey, William 6 Jessie K; W'/ 2 of L 8 S>/ 2 of WV 2 of L 7 Blk 10 Lough's Addn, Eville (C.O.D.) Michael, Glen to Laidig, Ervin; L 4 & 5 Blk 7 Woods Addn, Eville (Contract). Moyer, Raymond to Moyer, Joan; Pt lot 3 & 4 Blk 58 Orig Plat, Eville (Q.C.D.) Powers, LeRoy L. & Marilyn K. to Hix, Bennie R. & Virginia A.; L 17 Blk 2 Darlington Hgts Addn, Eville. Stockdale, Jerome E. & Barbara P. to Olesen, Virgil L. & Merville L.; L 4 Blk 3 Orchard Hill Addn, Eville. Walen, Gustave A. N. Est to Munson, Irvin N. & Thelma D; N»/ 2 L 5 Blk 6 O.P. Eville (C.O.D.) Woodyard, Donald Dean Jr. & Patricia Kay to Myers, Stuart C. & Connie J; L 8 & E 4' of L 7 Blk 8 Orig Plat, Eville. Ringsted Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gaedke and daughter visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Moeller in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Jensen and; Jerry recently visited at the Virgil Jensen home in Fairmont for the second birthday of their granddaughter, Lisa. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and family and Mr. and Mr» r Kenneth Jensen and family all of Fairmont Senior Citizens Noon. Potluck dinner at Community Center. Area Calendar TERRIL 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. THURSDAY, DEC. 14 - 9-4 p.m. Ham day at Terril Elevator, free lunch; also at Milford office. Lutheran Men's Club at church. Richlod Lodge at Masonic Temple in evening. SUPERIOR THURSDAY, DEC. 14 - United Methodist Women at Roy Harris home, bring cookies for gift boxes. WALLINGFORD WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13 - 7:30 p.m. Legion Auxiliary at Legion Post, $1 gift exchange. Monty Miller Promoted RINGSTED - Monty L. Miller, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Miller of Ringsted recently was promoted to Army First Lieutenant while serving with the 30 Infantry Division in Schweinfurt, Germany. A forward observer in Battery C, 1st Battalion of the Division's 10th Field Artillery, Lt. Miller was stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., prior to his arrival in Germany last December. Lt. Miller is 1967 graduate of Ringsted Community High school and receive a bachelor of science degree in 1971 for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York. He is married to the former Lana Rankin of Armstrong. She is presently visiting attheparen­ tal M. H. Rankin home at Armstrong, to be an attendant at the wedding of her twin sister, Linda, to Robert Johnson on Dec. 16th at the Nazareth Lutheran Church in Armstrong. She will return to Schweinfurt, Germany on Dec. 18th. Graettinger Christmas Concert Set Excerpts from Handel's "Messiah" and "Christmas Music for Winds" will be featured numbers in the Christmas concert at Graettinger at 7:30 p.m. Friday. David Soukup and Myron Swan will direct the program. The Concert Band will perform John Cacavas' "Christmas Music for Winds" which uses many of the traditional carol melodies. Soloists for "Messiah" selections, given by the Concert Choir, will be Pam Stewart, Marlys Graettinger, Mary Patter, Esther Hanky, Joy Andre and Ted Lundgren. Other groups featured will be the Girls' Quartet, Girls' Trio, Junior^Senior Sextet and Fresh­ man'Sextet. ' ^ On Dec. 19, the Concert Choir will present a program on KVFD- TV, Fort Dodge, at 5 p.m. David Moritz Outstanding Airman Airman First Class David L. Moritz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert J. Moritz of Estherville, has been named outstanding airman of his unit at Kingsley Field, Oregon. Airman Moritz, a munitions specialist, was selected for his exemplary conduct and duty performance. He is assigned to a unit of the Aerospace Defense Command which protects the U.S. against hostile aircraft and missiles. Moritz is a 1970 graduate of Estherville High School and attended Iowa Lakes Community College. Superior Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brunsvold have moved to an apartment at the Edgewater Motel in Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ruth of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmidt, Diane and Ronnie of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tatman were coffee guests recently for Mr. Brunsbold's 81st birthday. The same group called to honor the couple on their wedding anniversary, Dec. 6. Gruver Night at ILCC ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., DEC. 12, 1972 Page 9 Tired of Shopping ? Give the Sensible Christmas Gift GIVE QUALITY CORN FED MEAT THIS CHRISTMAS Promote the Major Industry of Emmet THE RED MEAT INDUSTRY! Gift Certificates available at participating retail meat outlets in Emmet County. It's easy to do your Christmas shopping at your Friendly Neighborhood Meat Counter. This advertisement sponsored by EMMET CO. FARM BUREAU » The faculty and staff of Iowa Lakes Community College today announced that Saturday night, Dec. 16, has been designated "Gruver Night at ILCC," and all residents of the Gruver area are urged to be guests of the college on this occasion. The schedule for the evening calls for arrival of guests from the Gruver area at the new college facilities at Estherville at 6:00 p.m. The visitors will be welcomed at a special Gruver open house and will have opportunity to inspect the physical facilities. In addition each department has prepared special activities or presentations that will be of interest to the guests, who will have ample opportunity to observe, ask questions, and visit at leisure with faculty members. It is emphasized that the visitors will have opportunity to explore thoroughly particular areas of specific interest. In addition, it was pointed out by staff members arranging the "Gruver Night at ILCC" that guests will also have access to faculty members and counselors who will be prepared to discuss specific career options and the educational route that can lead an individual to the career of his choice. "We want this to be an evening that is educationally meaningful as well as entertaining," stated Richard Blacker, Superintendent of the school. "The program will contain some career education elements and will provide basic information that will be helpful to students and their parents in planning some tentative post- high school educational routes," he added. Refreshments will be served at 6:31) p.m. and the student center will be open so that the guests may relax, play ping-pong or pool, or enjoy visiting with one another and with staff members. At 6:45 p.m. the college will transport the visitors to the gymnasium where they will be the guests of the college at the Lakers invitational tournament. Special added activities are planned at the game. "We are looking forward to welcoming the people of the Gru­ ver area to Iowa Lakes Community College for this special occasion and we extend a warm invitation to all to be present for "Gruver Night at ILCC," said college officials. Dennis Pape Touring Mediterranean ARMSTRONG — Dennis Pape, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pape of Armstrong is stationed on the Forrestal Aircraft carrier and has been touring the Mediterranean Sea for the past four months. He has been in Italy, Turkey, and Greece. While in Athens, Greece, recently he came upon Virgil Doll, a former Armstrong high school classmate. Doll is serving on the ship the U.S.S. Sampson. Doll is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Doll, former Armstrong residents, now living in Des Moines. Haifa Card Club Meets RINGSTED -* Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Busch were hosts to the Haifa Card Club at their home Saturday evening for a 6:15 potluck dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morre and Mrs. Nadine Smith were guests. Mrs. Robert J. Nielsen and Herbert Jacobsen woh high prizes; Mrs. Loren Johnson won the travel prize. Members present were Mrs. Alvera Ries, Mrs. Elsa Schwieger, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Madden, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. James Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heerdt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Place, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Hardecopf, Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Ries and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Huntley. The University of North Dakota is playing its 75th football season. Accident Results In Charges A Graettinger woman, Sandra Kay Naig, was charged by Estherville police with failing to yield at a stop intersection In a two-car accident at the intersection of Seventh St. and First Ave. N. The accident happened about 12:30 Monday afternoon, according to Estherville police. Naig, driving a 1964 Chevrolet, was heading west and failed to yield to traffic at a stop sign and struck a car driven by Jeanne Ellen Egeland of Estherville. Egeland was traveling south on North Seventh St. and the impact of the collision sent the Naig vehicle spinning around, striking the rear of a parked truck and car. 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