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December 13, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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Charge Two After Accidents The Weather Local Hospital OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 15 Minimum yesterday: -10 WEATHER TODAY Temperatures: -7 -5 Wind, direction: SW SW Wind, velocity: 1 1 Wind chill factor: -6 Snow: 6 inches ONE YEAR AGO High, 16; Low, -1 NORTHWEST IOWA Cloudy Wednesday night, lows zero to 8 above. Partly cloudy Thursday, highs 17 to 23. Precipitation chances 20 per cent Wednesday night, 10 per cent Thursday. Local Calendar WEDNESDAY W.W.I Vets and Aux. Potluck dinner canceled. Eastern Star 8 p.m. At Masonic Temple, 50-cent gift exchange. THURSDAY ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Bennett Rust, Mrs. Pauline Etherington, Kristine Kaltved, Estherville; John Elser, Lake Park. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. George Crawmer, Jose Menchaca-Herrera, Eric Clark, Estherville; Henry Garrelts, Graettinger; Anthony Irmitcr, Ringsted. Two Estherville men were charged with failure to yield the right-of-way by Estherville police in separate accidents Tuesday. A two-car accident occurred at the intersection of Eighth Ave. N. and North Seventh St., according to Estherville police. The accident happened about 10:55 Monday morning. William Van denberg of Esther­ ville was traveling north oft North Seventh St. and failed to yield the right-of-way where a yield sign was posted before entering Eighth Ave. N. Van Denberg, driving a 1966 Ford, collided with a car driven by Pamela Ann Sundall of Spirit Lake. Damage resulted to the front end of the Van Denberg car and to the left side of Sundall's 1960 Chevrolet, Firestone Earnings Up Senior Citizens Noon. Potluck dinner at Community Center. North Star 447 6:30 p.m. Dinner; Regular meeting 8 p.m. Degree of Honor 7:30 p.m. IOOF Hall. AAUW' 8 p.m. At Mrs. Dick Guenther home. Bustle Rustler Square Dance 8:30 p.m. Candy Dance at Elks Hall, Don Garberson, caller. FRIDAY Christian Women's Club 1:30 p.m. Bible Prayer Group at Mrs. Jay Hoien, 1313 Fourth Ave. N. Area Calendar TERRIL THURSDAY, DEC. 14 - 9-4p.m. Ham Day at Terril Elevator, free lunch; also at Milford Office. Lutheran Men's Club at church. Richland Lodge at Masonic Temple in evening. SUPERIOR THURSDAY, DEC. 14 - United Methodist Women at Roy Harris home, bring cookies for gift boxes. ESTHERVILLE AREA SATURDAY, DEC, 16- Reservations due for December luncheon of Christian Women's Club for Dec. 20 at 12:30 p.m. Hinderman's "Christmas in Mexico" and Barb Snyder, recording artist, on program. Call Mrs. Holmgren, 3624440. Police Court Cases Rick A. Libby, Estherville, fined S10 and costs for having no driver's license; fined S25 and costs for snowmobile on private property. John F. Myers, Estherville, fined SI 5 and costs for improper backing of motor vehicle. Earl D. Tuttle, Estherville, forfeited bond of $20 and costs for careless driving. Wanda J, Percy, Estherville, fined S20 and costs for failure to yield right - of - way in motor vehicle. Stephen E. Nourse, Estherville, forfeited bond of S25 and costs for intoxication. Jose R. Hurto, Estherville, forfeited bond of $25 and costs for intoxication. Building Permits Dale D. Jacobson was issued a permit for construction of a 10- stall garage, concrete block, 22 by 120 feet, to cost S9.600 at 103 N. 14th SU Baby Named HARVEY REED HUBBARD was born Dec. 8, 1972, at Sioux Valley Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hubbard, Sioux Falls, S.D., and weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces. Maternal grandparent is Mrs. Edna Wertz of Gruver and paternal grandparent is Mrs. Edith Hubbard of Swea City. The Hubbards are former residents of Estherville. PATRICK LEONARD was born Nov. 29, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Heinrichs, Estherville, at Holy Family Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Knudtson of Graettinger. Brothers are Peter, 4^, and Paul, 2. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: Rudy Janzen, Mrs. Robert Cherry, Milford; Mrs. Terry Pearson, Mrs. Anthony Miller, Mrs. Joyce Cornell, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Stanley Carlson and baby girl, Mrs. Harvey I^arson, Mrs. Lydia Baumbach, Milford; Arthur Emerson, Arnolds Park. FAIRMONT - Admitted Saturday: Jeremy Malcolm, Pipestone; Mrs. Glenn Nutt, Fairmont; Mrs. Alta Madden, Ringsted. Dismissed Saturday: Mark Anderson, Mrs. William Bergquist, Miles Christianson, Fairmont; Ralph Denney, Alpha; Stanley Johnson, George Lower.berg, Mrs. Ronald Oliver, David Ford, Fairmont. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Richard Dahl, Swea City; Oscar Stromberg, Guckeen; Mrs. Emma Gellert, Fairmont; Mrs. Richard Mather, Swea City; Gilbert Schwen, Blue Earth; Gerhardt Wendt, Truman. Dismissed Sunday: Rodney Hatfield, Fairmont; Mrs. Ellen Klein, Truman; Mrs. Dale Waterbury, Welcome. Admitted Monday: John Whitesell, Armstrong; Mrs. George Kehoe, Fairmont; Steven Mos- loski, Granada; Jeffery Bryant, Estherville; Mrs. David Schaal, Fairmont Dismissed Monday: EldonMar- low, Lone Rock; Jeremy Malcolm, Pipestone; Cathy Tietje, Fairmont; John Fast, Mountain Lake; Mrs. Norman Gratz and baby, David Scheppmann, Fairmont; Mrs. Jane Norgaard, Sherburn. JACKSON — Dismissed Saturday: Julius Cole, Jackson; Paul Holm, Dunnell. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Eugene Reetz, Duane Vant Hul, Marilyn Bottin, Mrs. Tom Ringkob, Jackson; Pam Nibbe, Fairmont. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Dana Zimmerli Jr., Mrs. Curtis Ohlenkamp, Mrs. Harlow Thompson, Mrs. Walter Hassel and baby, Jackson. Admitted Monday: Mrs. Ora Moore, Gerald Hier and Mrs. Marvin Roenfeld, all of Jackson. Dismissed Monday: James Worshek, Mrs. Dwight Walters and Henry Sether, all of Jackson. AKRON, Ohio - The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Dec. 7, reported sales and earnings for its 1972 fiscal year. Net earning for the 12 months ended October 31 were $135,773, 000, an increase of 12.9 per cent over last year's $120,262,000 which included a non-recurring profit of $6,718,000 from the sale of an interest in a foreign company. The previous earnings record of $127,035,000 was set in 1968. Raymond C. Firestone, chairman, and Richard A. Riley, president, reported sales of $2,690, 957,000 up 8.3 per cent over last year's $2,483,599,000, the previous record. They noted that Miss Boever Member of Cliff Singers Theresa Boever, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boever of Estherville, is a member of the Cliff Singers which will present a concert of Christmas music at Briar Cliff College at 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17, in the college chapel. The concert program will include Christmas music from the Renaissance to that of contemporary composers, in addition to the traditional carols. The second half of the concert will consist of excerpts from the Christmas section of 'The Messiah,' by German composer George Frederick Handel. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Dec. 12, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Miller, Spirit Lake, a daughter, 8 pounds, 5 ounces. FAIRMONT - Born Dec. 11, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Irmiter of Armstrong, girl, 10 pounds, 2'/2 ounces. JACKSON - Born Dec. 9, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gibbons of Jackson, girl, 9 pounds, 4>/2 ounces. Auto Registrations A new car license was issued to William A. or Winnifred L Pedersen, Ringsted, 1972 Ford; and license for a new motorcycle to Richard Eldon or Karen J. Swanson, Estherville, 1971 Rupp. Closing Out Farm SALE As I have sold my farm I will hold a complete closing out sale on the farm located 3 ,4 mile east of the Robo Car Wash, on highway 71, in ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa, on MONDAY, DEC. 18 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. 2 FARMALL TRACTORS TRACTOR ACCESSORIES 1968 706 gas with wide front, fast hitch, All Season Cab, radio and 16.9x34 tires, 1387 actual hours; 1968 706 gas with wide front, fast hitch and 16.9x34 tires, 2137 actual hours;2IHC front weight brackets and 10slabweights;Set 12x38highway type tractor chains; McCormick fast hitch drawbar; 2 IHC 4 in. double action hyd. cylinders with depth control. 1966 FORD TRUCK 350 1 ton truck with Fiasco 10 ft. combination box and big 6 engine. 15,740 actual miles, one owner. SELF PROPELLED COMBINE 1970 McCormick 403 self propelled combine with 13 ft. header, Hume type reel, Love bar and cab; 1970 McCormick model 429 WN 4-row corn head; This combine is equipped with quick tatch throat for faster switching of heads. This machine was bought new after the 15 series were on the market, and has done less than 1000 acres of corn and beans. No custom work and always been shedded. MCCORMICK POWER MACHINERY 1970 Model 550 5-16 semi integral steerable plow with one arm anti-friction coulters; 1968 Model 53 fast hitch spring shank rear mount cultivator; 1967 Model 456 planter with disc openers, dry fertilizer attachments and Gandy herbicide applicators. FARM MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT Kil-Bros. gravity flow grain box with factory extensions on Stanhoist 8 ton gear, flotation tires; Paulson arch frame hyd. manure loader with tine bucket and snow bucket, 706 brackets; John Deere Model AW 15 ft. wheel tandem disk with 18 in. blades; John Deere Model AW 13 ft. 6 in. wheel tandem disk with 18" blades; John Deere 6 section flexible harrow with brand new steel evener; John Deere No. 5, 7 ft. hyd. power power; Farmers Friend 38 ft. wide type elevator; McCormick model 9, 12 ft field cultivator; McCormick 18 ft. straight disk; Rubber tired gear with wooden flare box and Victor endgate seeder. SPECIAL EQUIPMENT DITCH WITCH MODEL H 12 SELF PROPELLED MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT SOME ALFALFA AND BROME GRASS SEED AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is not a large sale as there will be no small items and tools. But most of the machinery and the truck are new since 1966, have always been well cared for and shedded. Byrnard "Bud" Elston Phone 332-2019 DARRELL PETERS, Paullina 448-3890 NORVIN OLSON, Spencer, Phone 262-5535, AUCTIONEERS Firestone has set new sales records for 11 consecutive years. Earnings per share were $2.36 compared with last year's $2.07, which included $0.12 per share from the non-recurring item. This year's met earnings amounted to a return on sales of 5.0 per cent against 4.8 percent last year. Net earnings in the final quarter were $44,688,000 or 78 cents per share compared with $32,831,000 or 56 cents last year, a gain of 36.1 per cent on a sales increase of 12.5 per cent. Van Denberg was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way. An accident involving two cars occurred about 5:30 Tuesday afternoon according to Estherville police. Marvin Edwin Patterson of Superior, was traveling west on Sixth Ave. S. and tried to turn right to avoid a car driven by Harry W. Jepsen of Estherville. Jepsen, driving a 1965 Ford, was traveling south on 10th St. and slid past the stop sign and collided with the Patterson car. Damage resulted to the left front of the Patterson car, a 1965 Chevrolet, and to the left rear door of the Jepson car. Estherville police charged Jepson with failing to yield the right of way. Two Minneapolis juveniles are in the custody of Estherville police following the investigation of a stolen car. The two youths were stopped by an Emmet County Deputy Sheriff about one mile north of Wallingford 1:30 Tuesday afternoon. The car, a 1954 Chevrolet, was reported to have been stolen in Minneapolis on Monday. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 13, 1972 Page 8 Ringsted Starts Plans For Local Youth Center CHARLES L. CLARK Clark Reports Airman Charles L. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Clark, left Saturday for Mather Air Force Base, Calif. Airman Clark graduated Nov. 22 from Aerospace Ground Equipment School. He received 18 weeks of training at Chanute AFB, 111., in air conditioning, refrigeration and hydraulics. He will be given approximately six months of on-the-job training at Mather AFB. A 1962 graduate of Estherville High School, Clark has been in the Air Force since May 30. A youth center for Ringsted is in the early stages of becoming a reality. Mrs. Mervin Nielsen has visited several youth centers in the area inresearchofgettingthe Ringsted center organized, and a youth council, advisor board and senior board members have been named. Named to the youth council are: Seventh graders Judy Petersen and Tim Krier; eighth grade, Debra Solberg and Russell Johnson; ninth grade, Vicki White and Ricky Wentworth; tenth grade, Joan Jensen and Steven Tow; 11th grade, Susan Howe and David Johansen; and 12th grade, Janet Geesman and Mark Howe. Named to the advisory board are Maurice Miller, Richard Naeve, Dale Johanson, Mrs. Herluf Johansen, Mrs. Loren Johnson, Mrs. Mervin Nielsen, Mrs. Norman Nelson and Max Pelzer. Senior board members are Mrs. Edna Kyhl, Clifford Nel­ son, Carl Bonnicksen, Pastor Norris Hanson, Rudy Christensen, Mrs. Marvin Anderson, Mrs. Lizette Holte and Mrs. Allen Glasnapp. A meeting is planned following Christmas for the election of officers. Superior Mrs. H. D. Griffee Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thornburg and family of Estherville and Matt Reuland were recent dinner guests at the George Rueland home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hyde and family of Fairmont were recent dinner guests at the Floyd Hoovel home. Mr. and Mrs. Hoovel will go to Indiana to visit Mrs. Hoovel's aunt and uncle en route to Arizona for the winter. OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 12:00 TO 6:00 WESTCLOX bin ^ 3 6 5 7 Sunbeam MODEL H HAND MIXER AVOCADO or WHITE COMPARE AT 12.95 ALARM CLOCK CHOICE OF LUMINOUS OR NON-LUMINOUS OVAL CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER MODEL NUMBER IV92 - TRANSISTORIZED PORTABLES - RUNS ON BATTERIES 30 CUP AUTOMATIC COFFEE MAKER INSULATED - AVOCADO or GOLD #33525 COMPARE AT 21.50 9 CUP ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKER COMPARE AT 27.95 Drano ^CLMU HI*'' ° TRIPLE HEADER ELECTRIC SHAVERS GIBSONS WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD GIBSON COUPON™-—| DRANO j 26- OUNCE fja mm with i GRANULAR mM mM ^Coupon I I Good Only At Gibson's, Estherville | Coupon Expires Dec. 18, 1972 I Limit Of One Coupon Per Person J #FP6P Sunbeam TEFLON ELECTRIC FRY PAN COMPARE AT 34.50 AVOCADO HARVEST GOLD A—

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