Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 14, 1972 · Page 8
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December 14, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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Two Injured in City Accidents Two persons were injured in five separate accidents on icy Estherville streets Wednesday according to Estherville police. Dana Edward Lund of Estherville was injured in an accident Involving two cars and a truck Wednesday morning, according to police. The accident occurred at the intersection of South Ninth St. and First Ave. S. about 11:45. Lund was attempting to turn east off South Ninth onto Kir*; Ave. S. when the truck he »:»> driving was struck i" the nv.r end by a 1971 Koivl .ir:\^ Roger Lynn Kn:jds>v: of :'sivr- ville. The imjw; of v-< :r:>r sent the Lund ;r driven b> Cher*'. ' •' •">." Estherville who s;;oo-.' 1 .' a stop si.cn. Lund suffered .•; ' . ..i..:. in the accidi-n;.. Damage res,, M-:. U VM ri»r!>; front of we Krwis.ir. .• u Su left front of •'•]ie-'s Ctu-\- roie: aid ;o L'J: <:•:"; rijrh; front of "..urv's ".;* ~i :Vr: truck. Knuasor. w:..- r!.::"ee; vi:; illf TO hf.Vf r/,S Vt'tlK I: llltfe: .'OT- trol. An accio-.m; nn-o'vinc and £ pic-fcur truei. orrurrec abcttK iff: V t'rtnt'>.!<_; .tfmrnoor.. aceordi .Tf u t'^ui-.-.---.lh pnii.'t . The acciden; napnenet at Tirs; Av£. S. .lohr Pau: •itlw-snr,. "• .strier- villc. dnvinp :-• lih't : arc. nat stoppec u U>: of: ;. p?.N<fn?ev when his car was- .-true} tr tn< rear D> <•. I9t5f .lee-}- tru -'i drivet. by Mark stiver. I AIT of L>itivr- vilit. Lair was unarm u suit and she into tnc rear o; tnt Ka.- versor car. Da mast resulu-c u ttn rirn: rear a' thi Halversor- car. A rwt-car acriben" nappenec about ~:r,;> \\eam'~&i} afternoon according u- Lsoarvilh poi ic-s.. Tht accioen; orrurrvc or " irs; Avt. N. eas: o: ITtr Si. Pia?--. Tttoma* Martir. i-jew of i.s- tnervilk was entering ."irs; Ave. K. wner an rar war strii;; D; i. car driver D> Kilos rtlraane V.air of LstnervilK. Wair. arrrair :•. I9Ss Iwdpt, was oat-Kin? wner us-: accinen: occurroc. Tm Iron; enc of HreKOw't 1902 Chevrolet WAS reported damaged. An Estherville nwwn. Mrs. Waldo no Van IV r SVol. wnt. chained with riiaVr\c sr. improper start t>} IVt-Vrvjile jvilioc ir * minor accWer.t ir.ve.> ;nj; pvo .-•*;->• W e<ir>e>&V> *fw rri»w. The ao«- s- dent h.-.iY.vr>o.-i a\ or. south ir-j-. N;. >.\.C - of ri .-^i AW s.. or.v.;\c to ":s;.V;-\-,;)<- polioc. V.rs. \»r. '.Vr SKVL drivirs.' a lsV" Ponlift.-. tvfis hsokinc from .» ,v»r».n.c s;.'.'.. wher stir struck a car oYfver \\ \'err« Stripling of : s LV-:"» :•:-( .l.v.v (r flu )ef; r.'-r.r o ;v \ ar .Vr Moo; car .'.->.• <v rijrh; ;>on; of Mrs. s: ..-,.1* - •.><.•••; '.r. : .<.W>i--v.,!( man. Michael . J.rr.* lhiiii. w:.s niwirec when iii- :;»>"* ."t»i! iiiac struck fi lipht ,vi'; , accorcli'v tr KsOirrvillf p.>.•.•! . Tht ;>.\- iden; happened xlvmt 5:IS Wodno-'da} afternoon on Cor>tr»l Ave. Cfilhan was trented rind re- k>fls'c.-i !)( f) 0 ; v K»mil> Hospital for s chin iniurv. Tiro killed died oarlx Thursday when the ear she was driving skidded on ice and collided with a semi­ trailer truck near the junction of Iowa 9 and I ,S. 52 southwest of iVcorah. The truck driver, Harold lV>rton, Mable, Minn., was not injured. KSTHEHVII.LE DAILY NEWS, THUHS., DEC. 14, 1972 Page 8 Unity INiimi'd \car Webb Pickup Hits. ^ Till .%SSiVl ^TFn PRESS Kills Dpi*!' Three lowans were killed in two separate traffic accidents, r . h involving car-truck crashes, late Wodnesda.x and ear'o Thur?da\. Hnrlow Oene Peters, 32, Webb, and his four-year-old da\iphtev. r >arlene, were killed when their car struck a parked truck on Iowa 374 about five miles west of Webb Wednesday ni£ht. Bern ice Viek, 53. Calmar, About $200 damage to a pickup truck resulted in a collision with a deer at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, as reported by the Emmet County sheriff's office. Theodore Rev Swanson, rural Spirit Ijjkc, was driving a 1970 Chevrolet pickup south on Highway 4 about '4 mile south of Estherville when a deer ran out of the west ditch. Damage resulted to the front end of the pickup and the deer was killed. Bonnstetter First Speaker At Graettinser Adult Classes iowj. Ntau s lyrhwa.> Trooper ,rr :•>!'. -.vsa-ner v. i[. tie tht sneak- v a. ".hi firs: meennp of the tin?e: adui: farmer meet:n?> te ru heic a; ~:3l : p.m. \'..'.r.1a> Dec ir "necr arxiit; farm, safety, Ror.rtfh -tte: w-;i. report or. the "uif.- •ir.c rvsrumtioni- thai af.Vct :nt sai-.o: -u -.e persons, in- riuainr ans o: wna: te do incase • xtvir: rnecr.n.cs of the adult iufr.: .•«s..«.. , s tnriudt Rooer. FIR- Makf Plan, for ( hri >ttna> B<i\e<« Tm 'i'jsiunr Committee oi the Lrrimartut". Lutheran Church is i.-icuif memoerf of the congre- rauor tf. orxnp cookies, treats anc frui; U' tht church Sunday. Tn-: foods will tx used to pack Criristmas boxes for senior citizen-- of the church at & a.m. Tuesda.%. cher speaking on beef cattle crossbreeding and exotic breeds on flan. S, corn production on .Ian. 15. Felco Fieldman Dave Seehausen talking on forage production on Jan. 22, and how to get into the commodity market and what happens to my money with Ken Bixby, Estherville stockbroker, on Jan. 31. February meetings include'a panel of local farmers on corn- drying on the 12th, combine adjustment and how to preventfield loss on the 19th, and minimum tillage on the 26th. A banquet will end the series on March 5. Alan Blum Completes Course CHRISTMAS Q SHOPPING j today's a bod day to cook. A great day for Kentucky Fried Chicken Visit the Colonel Alan Blum, salesman for the Timmins Agency in Estherville, has been notified by the Iowa Association of Realtors that he has successfully completed course one of the Realtors Institute. The course was conducted in Cedar Rapids the week of December 4-9 with 30 hours of instructions in appraisal, fi- Llovd Lucky Lassies Meet TERRIL - Lloyd Lucky Lassies 4-H met at the Legion Hall Saturday afternoon for their Christinas party with their mothers as guests. A white elephant gift exchange was held and games played with Kristi Zelinsky, Karia and Karen Trojahn, and Mary' Beth Peterson on the reception committee. Twenty members answered roll call. Jane Hermanson gave the welcome. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Leaders, Mrs. Chuck H'illison and Mrs. Dick Hermanson, talked on Home Improvement, which will be next year's project. Discussion was held after which Mickey FairchUd made the motion that the group nave a money-making project with Terry Trojach seconding the motion. Dana Willison, Ann Cushman and Jane Hermanson showed slides of their 4-H trip to Washington, B.C. Lunch was served by Mrs. Hermanson and Jane, Dana Willison and Ann Cushman. The Jan. 13 meeting will be at Herman- sons. Keporter-Kelly Krieger. nance, exchanging, marketing law, management, construction and other areas related to the real estate profession. Blum is now eligible to attend the 30 hours of advanced instruction in course two, to be given in March, successful completion of which will lead to the nationally recognized designation, Graduate, Realtors Institute. Snowmobiles Must Register Boy Downing, State Waters Superintendent for the Iowa Conservation Commission cautioned snowmobile operators to make sure their machines are properly registered. Downing stated that upon purchasing a snowmobile from a licensed dealer, the dealer is required by law to issue a registration applied for card with each machine to allow operation until registration is received. The purchaser must register the machine within five days of the purchase in the county recorders office where he resides. "Snowmobiles cannot be operated legally unless bearing a valid registration or registration applied for card," concluded Downing. The chateau Chambord, in the Loire Valley in France, was the hiding place of France's greatest art treasures during World War MCD CHOOSE FROM A GRAND SELECTION \\ ( OF MEN'S WEARING APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES. FROM DOUBLE KNIT SUITS TO UNDERWEAR— FROM HATS TO SHOES AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN FOR THE SURE WAY TO GIFT HIM FOR CHRISTMAS. The Weather OF FICIAL TEMPER A Tl :RKS Maximum yesterday: 11 Minimum yesterday: -16 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -16 -13 Wind, direction: SW SW Wind, velocity: 1 1 Wind chill factor: -14 ONE YEAR AGO High, 26; Low, 20 NORTHWEST IOWA Considerable cloudiness and not so cold with chance of light snow Thursday night and Friday. Lows Thursday night 5 to 10 above zero. Highs Friday upper teens to lower 20s. Precipitation chances 20 per cent. Deaths Peter Hansen, 83, Ringsted, died at 1:23 p.m. Dec. 13, 1972, Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, in charge. Mrs. Harry Pearson, 72, Spirit Lake, died Dec. 13, 1972. Area Calendar 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. SUPERIOR SATURDAY, DEC. 16 - Culture Club Christmas potluck at ; Arnold Saha home. Note change of time. TERRIL SUNDAY, DEC. 17-3 p.m. "This Is Christmas," choral cantata at Lake Center gymnasium; Terril -Ruthven Church choirs. MONDAY, DEC. 18 - 7:30 p.m. Cub Scout Pack 165 Christmas Party at school lunchroom, Den 1 mothers serve lunch. RJNGSTED MONDAY, DEC. 18 - 3:30 p.m. SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Wednesday: Dana Lund, Daniel Richardson, Lisa Anderson, Mrs, Parnell Twito, Esthcvvlllc; Hen Cannon, Armstrong; Leland Ilan- tleman, Duhith; Hugo Malthics, Dunnell. Dismissed Wednesday: Niels Petersen, Mrs. Minnie Spoo, transferred to Rosewood Manor, Herbert Franzon, Mrs. Blanche Hyer, transferred to Good Samaritan Center, Mrs. Gordon Garrison and boy, Dean Hanson, Estherville; James Thompson, Lone Rock. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Dec. 13, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ulrich, Ringsted, a daughter, 6 pounds, 9 ounces. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Henry Strampe, Okoboji; Mrs. JohnHegeman, Mrs. Jim Reed, Fay Fronk, Spirit Lake; Mrs. John Adams, Milford; Mrs. Anna Rowe, Lake Park; Raymond Hill, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Wednesday: William Wolf, Okoboji; Mrs. Clyde Irons, Spirit Lake. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY- Born Dec. 13, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. John Hegeman, Spirit Lake, a daughter, 7 pounds, 4 ounces. Born Dec. 13, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, Milford, a daughter, 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Local Calendar THURSDAY 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. TEHIUL — AARON PAUL was born to Mr. and Mrs, Dennis Taylor of Esthervlllis on Nov. 28, 1972. He is the couple's first child and weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Grandparents are Mrs. Hernia Krieger of Milford and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Taylor of Silencer. A great - grandmother and a great-great-grandmother In the Taylor family also live in Spencer, RINGSTED — CHRISTINE MARIE was born to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Justice of Forest City on Dec. 8, 1972. She is their first child and weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Her grandparents are Harold Justice of Ringsted and Mr, and Mrs. Calvin Ward of Lehigh. Christine was taken to Rochester, as she has a heart condition, and her mother is with her. Terril Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Nance, Todd and Peri Sue visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nance, Dickens, who have now left for their winter home in LaFeria, Texas. Personal Mention Loeschens Entertain Visitors Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frod Loeschen were Mr. and Mrs. Don Newbrough and family of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Loeschen will be taken Sunday by their son, Carl, to Rochester where Mr. Loeschen will have a checkup. MRS. MILDRED MARTINSON and Linda spent last Sunday at Mallard at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Martinson. MR. AND MRS. Ernie Harvego went to Dubuque to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dale Marriott and family over the weekend. Ringsted Mr. and Mrs. Rannie Nielsen' were houseguests several days last week of his mother, Mrs. Esther Nielsen. WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THE ALL NEW "GENIE" L0WRY ORGAN WITH THE "GENIE" DRUM UNIT, A BEGINNER SOUNDS LIKE A PR,0. THE BASS PEDALS AND LOWER MANUEL PLAYS AUTOMATICALLY FOR YOU. WE CAN TEACH YOU TO PLAY RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME WITH OUR NEW LOWRY ORGAN COURSE SHOP THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AT OUR SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PRICES OPEN THURSDAY EVENING 'TILL 9:00 NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE 715 CENTRAL - ESTHERVILLE - 362-3320 Most Treasured Gift Girls and boy's Do love their toys, What fun it is to play. But years from now, Their toys somehow Aren't as important as today A savings plan, When he's a man May help his dreams come true So start today 'long with their play A savings for them — from you. The Safety Of Your Savings Is Insured To $20,000 By An Agency Of The Federal Government H ESTHERVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS and loan Association 121 NORTH SIXTH STREET ESTHERVILLE. IOWA 81334 M C A DAMS CLOT MI INI O ESTHERVILLE. IOWA

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