Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 15, 1972 · Page 12
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December 15, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 9 Minimum yesterday: -14 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 9 8 Wind, direction: NW NW Wind, velocity: 20 2 Wind chill factor: -23 Precipitation: trace ONE YEAR AGO High, 31; Low, 25 NORTHWEST IOWA Fair Friday night, lows zero to 5 below. Increasing cloudiness Saturday with a slight chance of scattered light snow in afternoon, highs in mid teens. Precipitation chances near zero Friday night, 30 per cent Saturday. Local Calendar MONDAY Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Guadalupe Royol, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Maurice Salyers, Mrs. Clarence Bland, Stacy Lange, Steven Hassel, Irene Oehrlein, Estherville; Troy Houge, Superior; Joseph Crowley, Bancroft; Mrs. Bertha Boehmer, Floyd Eaton, Graettinger; Mrs. Michael Lutz, Fairmont; Jerrold Halverson, Ringsted. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Kathryn Donovan, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Amelia Cardenas, Daniel Richardson, Estherville; John Elser, Lake Park; Duane Anderson, transferred to Blue Earth, Blue Earth; Mrs. Melvin Andre and baby boy, Emmetsburg. Hotel. at Morning Kiwanis Club 6:45 a.m. At Gardston Senior Citizens 2 p.m. Scrabble and 500 Community Center. DAR 2 p.m. At home of Mrs. F. E. Rosendahl; bring Christmas cookies and gift for DAR School. TUESDAY Kiwanis Club Noon. Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. Beauceant 2:30 p.m. At Masonic Temple, 6:30 p.m. potluck. Estherville HS Mixed Chorus 3:30-4 p.m. Program of Christmas music on Channel 12, sponsored by Emmet County State Bank. Baby Named BRIAN DEAN WILCOX was born Dec. 7, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilcox, Terril, Iowa, and weighed 9 pounds, 15 ounces at birth. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alden Wilcox of Lakota, Iowa and maternal grandparent is Mrs. Margaret Hassebroek of Buffalo Center, Iowa. One sister welcomes Brian: Christine Suzanne Wilcox, age 3'/2. Warranty Deeds Armstrong Mfg & Blacksmith Co Inc to Porter, Clifford W. & Sharon; E 60' L 9 & 10 Blk 1 Bran's First Addn, Armstrong. Community Service Corp to Brownlee, David L. & Susan M; Lot 20 Boy's & Irene's Second Addn, Eville. Dotson, Gerald D. & Connie M. to Schroeder, Steven W. & Nancy Sue; Lot 5 Blk 9 Paulson's Addn, Eville. Eveleth, Violet to Evans, Warren W. & Patricia H.; L 5 Blk 1 Fagre's Addn, Eville. Fletcher, W. W. & Aleene to Young, John C. & Yvonne S; Lot 4 Hillridge First Addn, Eville. Grems, Marvin W. & Lela to Friesner, E. L. & Marlyn G.; Lots 11, 12, 13 & 14 Blk 3 Orig Plat, Gruver (Q.C.D.) Henderson, Myrtle & W. L. to Rankin, Monroe H. & Anne M; Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 Blk 2 Clark's S-D, Armstrong (Q.C.D.) Home Fed Sav & Loan Assn to Schrodt, Robert E. & Bonnie M; L 6 Blk 27 Orig Plat, Eville. Ostby, Donald E. & Nora M. to Jensen, Daryl E. & Mary C; L 3 Blk 2 Col Hgt S-D OL 6 & 7, First Addn, Armstrong. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Richard Ayers, Mrs. Dennis Truman, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Thursday: Everett Stammer, Mrs. Jim Reed, Mrs. Rachel Colwell, Merle Guerin, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Laurence Becker and baby girl, Arnolds Park; George Anderson, Elmore, Minn.; Mrs. Robert Cherry, Milford. FAIRMONT - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. William Struck, Mrs. Esther Gieseke, Mrs. Leroy Moeller, Mrs. Ray Simon, Fairmont; Mrs. Arnold Ash, Truman; Mrs. George Nyman, Swea City; Joseph Graf, Amboy. Dismissed Tuesday: Alvin Zeitz, Fairmont; Mrs. Eugene Tyson and baby, Truman. JACKSON - Admitted Tuesday: Louis Voda, Jackson; Mrs. Lawrence McDeid, Alpha. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Eugene Reetz, Roy Johnson, Jackson. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Dec. io, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. John Meier, Fairmont, boy, 5 pounds, 14'/2 ounces. 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. TUESDAY, DEC. 19-8 p.m. Harmony Rebekah Lodge at IOOF Hall. 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. TUESDAY, DEC. 19 - Loyal Friends meet with Mrs. Kenneth Dingel. RINGSTED MONDAY, DEC. 18 - 3:30 p.m. SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. CHRISTMAS Q SHOPPING j Today's a bad day to cook. A great day for Kentucky Fried Chicken Visit ifie Colonel 1100 CENTRAL, ESTHERVILLE PHQNE 362-5351 ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRL, DEC. 15, 1972 Page 12 Plan Gifts for Shut-ins Gifts for shut-ins were planned at Christian Women's Fellowship group meetings this week. Each group planned to participate with gift projects. "Love as a Fulfillment of Law" was the lesson topic for December for all groups. For the Dawson group, which met Monday, Mrs. John Juist presented the lesson and Mary Peterson the worship. Mrs. George Dawson conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Charles Robinson was hostess, with Mrs. Don Billings as co-hostess, entertaining 18 members and one guest, Mrs. Bill Willett, Wallingford. Mrs. Dan Scott's group met Wednesday morning for a lesson and business concluded by a potluck dinner, at the home of Mrs. Waldo Brink. Mrs. Edith Lair gave the lesson and Mrs. Pearl Mortimore the worship. Nine members attended. The Loe and Warrington groups met in the afternoon, having potluck dinners preceding the meetings. Mrs. Maude Brown was hostess for the Loe group led by Mrs. Peder Loe, Mrs. Merle Andre presented the lesson and Mrs. Walter Frick leddevotions. With the seven members attending, was a guest, Mrs. Bill Beaver. Mrs. Henry Hupp was hostess for the Warrington group meeting, conducted by Mrs. Francis Warrington. The lesson was pre­ sented by Mrs. Fred Sawyer and devotions led by Mrs. Charles Dawson. Six guests attended with 12 members. The guests were Mrs. Alice Kabele, Spirit Lake, Mrs. Charles Jones, the Rev. Fred Sawyer, Clarence Enderson, John Campbell and Henry Hupp. Police Investigate Two Accidents in Estherville Two accidents were investigated by Estherville police Thursday but no injuries were reported. A two-car accident on First Ave. S. east of South Sixth St. occurred about 3:30 Thursday afternoon, according to the police department. Shirly Lee Larson of Swea City was traveling east on First Ave. South when she was struck by a car driven by Rolfe George Lundgren of Emmetsburg. Lundgren, driving a 1969 Chevrolet, was backing from a parking stall when the mishap occurred. Mrs. R. Hatfield Dies Garage Collapses Construction workers clean up what's left of a 12-unit garage complex which collapsed about 4:00 Wednesday afternoon. The garages are located south of the condominiums at 1739 First Ave. N. F. E. Rosendahl said that two cars and one pickup truck were in the garage when the unit collapsed and only received minor damage. Heavy snow on the roof was reported to have been the chief cause for the unit collapsing. Nobody was in the complex when the accident occurred.— Photo by Jim Ferree RINGSTED — A former resident of Armstrong and Fenton, Mrs. Richard Hatfield, 45, died Dec. 13, 1972, of cancer at Chandler, Ariz. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Chandler, Ariz., with interment also at Chandler. , Mrs. Hatfield was the former Lavon Askeland, born to the late Joe and Junice Opsal Askeland at Armstrong. She attended Armstrong High School and married Peter Hansen Rites Held Donald Steinberger. They lived at Fenton where he owned and operated a Phillips 66 tank service and station. After his death, she moved to Chandler in 1965 and married Richard Hatfield. She is survived by her husband; three sons, Marlyn Steinberger of Forest City, Roger Steinberger, Alaska air force, and Jim Steinberger at home in Chandler; one brother, Harlan Askeland of Mesa, Ariz. Damage resulted to the left rear quarter panel of Larson's 1969 Ford. Lundgren was charged with improper backing. An accident involving two cars happened on First Ave. S. east of South Ninth St., according to Estherville police. The accident occurred about 12:15 Thursday afternoon. Roxann Marie Sampson, Estherville, was attempting to make a right hand turn when the front wheels of her 1966 Pontiac became stuck and she could not get her car completely off the street. Her car was then struck in the rear end by a car driven by Deltha Pearl Barber who was following her. Damage resulted to the trunk of the Sampson car. Makes Favors Brownie Troop 190 made 50 tray favors for Christmas trees and wreaths for patients at Holy Family Hospital at their recent troop meeting. Troop leaders, Mrs. Ronald Hansen and Mrs. Gary Spillman, said the favors were delivered to the hospital on Wednesday. RINGSTED — Funeral services for Peter Hansen, 83, who died Dec. 13, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, will be held Saturday at St. John's Lutheran Church, Ringsted. The Rev. Jerome Egel will officiate at the services at 2 p.m. and burial will be made in St. John's Cemetery with military graveside rites. Mr. Hansen was the oldest veteran of World War I holding membership at Christiansen Bonnicksen Post No. 382 of Ringsted American Legion. He was born Jan. 26, 1889, in Denmark and came to Wisconsin in 1912, moving to Ringsted in 1914. He was married to Clara Jacobsen of Ringsted and worked on farms in the area until 25 years ago when they moved into Ringsted. His wife died Feb. 22, 1970. In August of this year, Mr. Hansen and a granddaughter, Randa Hansen of Fenton, made a three-week trip to visit relatives in Denmark. He is survived by two sons, Arnold and Arlowe, both of Fenton; one daughter, Mrs. Joe (Velma) Pefferman of Grinnell. One son, Daryle, preceded him in death, killed in Okinawa May 2, 1945, during World War II. He has four brothers and two sisters surviving in Denmark. Former City Woman Dies Funeral services wereheldfor Paul John Martyr, former resident of Estherville, on Dec. 7, in Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. Martyr died Dec. 5, 1972, of leukemia. He was born Nov. 2, 1901, at Dallas, Texas, to Jbhn and Jennette Martyr (Mardiroasian was their European surname). He moved with his parents to Estherville when he was 4. He received his education in Estherville schools and, in 1925, moved to Chicago, 111., where he lived until retirement. Me was dent of Las Vegas for the past five years. Survivors include his wife, Emily Steffen Martyr; one son, Robert Martyr, Long Beach, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Janet Becker, Arlington, Va., and Mrs. Myrna Dean, Kansas City, Mo.; and nine grandchildren; one brother, Orlando Martyr, Yelm, Wash.; two sisters, Mrs. Viggo (Sarah) Jacobsen, San Bernardino, Calif., and Mrs. Robert (Tamam) Wilson, Estherville. Preceding him in death were his parents and one sister. The Iowa Lakes Community College Choir's Winter Concert SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17 at 1:30 p.m. Roosevelt Auditorium TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19 at 6:30 p.m. ! ft s i i ft * * ft ft ft 2 i 2 9 9 9 I I 9 5 9 9 ! 9 ! 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