Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 18, 1972 · Page 12
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, December 18, 1972
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 26 Minimum yesterday: 13 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 14 16 Wind, direction: SSW SSW Wind, velocity: 1 2 Wind chill factor: 16 ONE YEAR AGO High, 17; Low, 2 NORTHWEST IOWA Partly cloudy Monday night with lows in the teens. Partly cloudy and continued mild Tuesday, highs 35 to 40. Precipitation chances in per cent: 5 Monday night, 10 Tuesday. Local Calendar 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. Jaycees At Elks Club. TOPS 7 p.m. City Hall. Cub Scout Pack 21 7:30 p.m. At VFW Hall. Commandery 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. WEDNESDAY Pinochle 2 p.m. Community Center. Area Hospitals FAIRMONT— Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Dennis Wohlford and baby. Admitted Thursday: Henry Hage, Lakefield; Ricky Shirm, Armstrong; Roy D. Johnson, Jackson; Mrs. Olivia Mickelson, Fairmont. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Arnold Ash, Truman; Joseph Graf, Amboy; Mrs. Arthur Maschoff, Ceylon; Steven Mosloski, Granada; John W. Whitesell, Armstrong. Admitted Friday: Mrs. Essie Wagner, Fairmont; Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald, Armstrong. Dismissed Friday: Robert Bieth, Mrs. Glenn Nutt, Mrs. Henry Gellert, Fairmont; Mrs„ Leo Guerdet, Mrs. Julius Irmiter, Ricky Schirm, Sam Tonkinson, Armstrong. Dismissed Dec. 12: Alden Zeitz, Fairmont. JACKSON — Admitted Friday: Brooke Sorem, Laura Ruskell, Jackson. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Irma Roenfcld, Mrs. Marjorie Larson, Alvena Kunze, Vera Ferguson, Jackson. Local Hospital KSTHKR YH.I.K - A-.trcftw! Friday: Mrs. fetsraM l\*tav Vrs, Lloyd Houseman. Parget* :Yr,v ble. Mrs. I.e-orn i^irvxvri'. V*thervitle: CljvJe Hxll. virawr. Dismissed Kr*&*j. Krisrw Naltvv\1, Mrs. rauii:* J'tyrtv- ton. Dana 1 urxi. t^3*.i*fc;>f Estherville: AlU-c. S.UN*r, Stv.rvt Lake; K.vJ\> H*r»vxv rrirxss- burs; Joseph Civ* W\*. "^srvroft; Hugo Manhses. IVsnell: Mrs. Carey Kruse. S.i^fswc; iVfl nor.. Armscrvv^j. AdrtuK£\i S*Cir\J*j-: Mrs.CUr- enee Wei?, Mrs, Cfc*r«es Sotiin- sor.. V(rs. Herbert Kry*n, Vs- therviile. Dismissed NSlur-cSaj: Mrs. RotvrJ Sherioan. Geae Shepard. transferred ro Rcvsenwd Manor, Mrs. Marvin Ccoklin, Mrs. Clarence Wcodyard. Estherville; Mrs. Jerrolc" Halvorson, Ringsted: Mrs. Michael Lutz, Fairmont; Troy Houge, Superior. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Gerald Dotson, Mrs. Edith Mortenson, Kristy Weber, Estherville; Mrs. Jack Hinrichsen, Bancroft; Linda v Cross, Sherburn; Mrs. James Buchan, Ceylon; Mrs. George Heyman, Dunnell. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Leona Burdorf, Pamela Pemble, Mrs. Inez Rankin, Mrs. Gerald Dotson, Estherville; Leland Hantelman, Duluth; Mrs. Jerry Ulrich and girl, Rings ted; Mrs. Bertha Boehmer, Graettinger. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Dec. 16, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weires, Alpha, Minn., a daughter, 6 pounds, 10 ounces. Born Dec. 17, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Petersen, Estherville, a son, 7 pounds. Area Calendar ESTHERVILLE AREA TUESDAY, DEC. 19-8 p.m. Harmony Rebekah Lodge at IOOF Hall. TERRIL The name "Colorado" derives from the Spanish word for red, first applied to the Colorado River. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MOV., DEC. 18, 1972 Page 12 Lawrence Nelson Dies; Services Set Wednesday TUESDAY, DEC. 19 - Loyal Friends meet with Mrs. Kenneth Dingel. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20-Junior Women's Club with Mrs. Dick Wempe; bring ornament and stocking. Mrs. Dalen Riles Pending Mrs. Ingvald (Elizabeth) Dalen, 69, Estherville, died at 4:30 a.m. today, Dec. 18, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital. Funeral arrangements are pending at Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Estherville. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Dec. 15, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Heldorfer, Bancroft, boy, 6 pounds, 12 ounces. Breaks Leg On Snowmobile Mrs. Gerald Dotson, 23, Estherville, sustained a broken leg in a snowmobile accident at 12:30 a.m. Sunday. Mrs. Dotson was operating a snowmobile in a group ride about two miles south of Jackson on the river. She reported that a vehicle ahead stopped suddenly and as she applied the brakes her snowmobile swerved, wedging her leg against another snowmobile. She was treated at Holy Family Hospital and released. $700 Damage In Accident Damages of $700 to the front end of an automobile were reported by Emmet County sheriffs office, occurring in a one- car accident at 11:30 p.m. Friday. Kenneth Bruce Juhl, rural Estherville, was driving a 1968 Ford in an easterly direction, 2% miles east of Estherville on Highway 9. He told officers he was tired and lost control of his automobile so that it went into the north ditch and slid into the bank. He was not injured. At 4,862 feet above sea level, Spruce Knob is the highest point in West Virginia. The lowest point is 240 feet on the Potomac River near Harpers Ferry. 1 Axvrercoe Xorby Nelson, 74, slwvi at S:15 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 17. at his home of a heart attack. He has not been well since March. Mineral services will be held M 2 p,m. Wednesday in Estherville lAithcran Church with the Sex. Oscar K. Engebretson officiating. Interment will be in V-siherville Lutheran Cemetery. He was born Nov. 10, 1898, at Waliingford to Mr. and Mrs. 1„ I.. >velson. His education was received in Emmet County schools and he was married Jan. 22. 1931, to Elva Iversonat Wallingford Lutheran Church. They lived throughout their married life in the area and Mr. Nelson was a long-time member of Estherville Lutheran Church. He is survived by his wife, Elva; one son, Lowell, of Mankato; two grandchildren, Shelley and Steven Nelson; four sisters, Mrs. Tena Twito, Mrs. Archie Myhre, Mrs. Blanche Larson, all of Estherville, and Mrs. Harry Balmer, Armstrong; one brother, Helmer of Mason City; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. Friends may call at Fuhrman Funeral Home, Estherville, after Mrs. Morgan Services Held Today Mrs. Ethel Jane Morgan, 78, Armstrong, died Friday afternoon, Dec. 15, 1972, at Fairmont Community Hospital following a stroke. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. today at Presbyterian Church in Armstrong with the Rev. Leslie Lewis officiating. Burial was to be made in Waveland Cemetery, Prairie City. She was born Aug. 23, 1894, in Redwood Falls, Minn., to Benjamin and Laura King Bliss. She received her education in Redwood Falls Schools and a short time at Drake University, Des Moines. She was married twice, first to Garold Colston, who died in 1945, and to George Morgan in 1954, who died in 1964. Her first husband was a school superintendent and they lived in Bussey, Selma, Lovilla and Prairie City. She moved to Armstrong in 1957 and had lived there since. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Morgan is survived by three sons, Craig Colston of Armstrong, Dr. Lowell Colston of Indianapolis, Ind., and Jim Colston of Roanoke, Va.; seven grandchildren; three greats grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Maude Brown and Mrs. Mae Wilkinson of Red wood Falls, and Mrs. Eber Sparks of Hemet, Calif. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husbands, one brother and one step-daughter. Reese-Henry Funeral Home of Armstrong was in charge of arrangements. 7 p.m. today (Monday) until noon Wednesday when the body will be taken to the church to lie in state. Mrs.Mathern Rites Held Monday Funeral services were held Dec. 18 for Mrs. Evalyn A. Mathern, formerly of Terril, in Sutherland. She died Dec. 14, 1972, at Baum-Harmon Memorial Hospital in Primghar at the age of 56. The Rev. Leroy Suentjens officiated at the services held at Sacred Heart Church in Sutherland. Interment was made in Calvary cemetery, Sutherland. She was born in Minneapolis on May 29, 1916, to Charles and Ida Schlund Buns and came to Iowa during her childhood with her parents. She was educated in schools at Woden and Terril. She was united in marriage to Michael Mathern at Sutherland May 1, 1941. They became members of Sacred Heart Parish at Sutherland and Evalyn was a member of St. Ann's Guild. Preceding her in death were her father and one brother-in- law. Survivors include her husband; her mother, Ida Buns of Terril; and two sisters, Mrs. Edythe Walsh of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Bruce (Elaine) Anderson of Rock Island, Dl. Mrs. Mae Hageman Rites Set Mrs. Mae Hageman, 75, formerly of the Estherville - Huntington area, died Saturday, Dec. 16, 1972, in a hospital in Joplin, Mo. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Reese- Henry Funeral Home in Estherville with the Rev. Richard Pearson officiating. Burial will be made in Harvego Cemetery, east of Huntington. She was born Dec. 24, 1896, on a farm near Huntington to Henry and Mary KlingelRos burg. She received her education in Emmet County rural schools and was married to William Hageman, who died in 1969. Mrs. Hageman has lived in Joplin, Mo., since 1953. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Armella Kuehn and Grace and Dorothy Hageman, all of Joplin, Mo.; four grandchildren; two brothers, Jess Rosburg, Estherville, and Frank Rosburg, Dunnell. Friends may call at Reese- Henry Funeral Home, Estherville, Wednesday morning until time of services. Six Accidents Reported To Estherville Police Estherville police investigated six separate accidents on Friday and Saturday but no injuries were reported. An accident involving two cars occurred Friday afternoon about 5:10 according to the police department. The accident happened on Centra] Ave. east of Third St. Joan Mary Mover, Estherville, driving a 1971 Oldsmobile, was going to make a left turn into the K & S Lumber Co. when the car she was driving was struck in the rear by a car driven by Kevin William Spoo of Estherville. Spoo failed to get stopped in time when the collision occurred. Damage resulted to the front end of the Spoo's 1967 Chevrolet and to the trunk lid and right rear of the Mover vehicle. A pick-up truck and a car were involved in an accident on North Ninth St. north of Central according to Estherville police. The accident happened about 1:50 Friday afternoon. Kenneth Edward Kollasch of Estherville was going south on North Ninth St. in the west lane and a car driven by Donald George Kirchner of Gruver was going south on North Ninth in the east lane and attempted to make a right turn into a driveway. Kirchner, driving a 1971 Ford, struck Kollasch, driving a 1969 Pontiac, in the left front fender. Damage resulted to the left front fender of the Kollasch car and to the right front fender and bumper of the Kirchner car. Kirchner was charged with making an improper right turn. An accident in an alley behind Christensen's Jewelry Store resulted in damage to one car Friday afternoon according to the police department. The accident happened about 1:20. Larry Dean Mein of Estherville was going south in an alley behind Christensen's and the 1966 Chevrolet he was driving was struck in the right front fender by a 1963 truck driven by Edward Frank Schubert of Estherville. Schubert was backing into the alley when the mishap happened. Damage resulted to the right front of the Mein car. A two-car accident occurred at the intersection of Central Ave. and 13th St. according to Estherville police. The accident happened about 7:15 Friday evening. Cars driven by Steven Jon Saxton and Carl John Carlson collided when they were both going west on Central Ave. Saxton, driving a 1968 Dodge, stated that Carlson started to turn south onto South 13th St. Carlson stated that he wasn't going to make a turn and that he was going to go west on' Central Ave. Damage resulted to the right rear panel of the Saxton car and to the left front of the Carlson car. An accident Saturday afternoon resulted to damage to two cars according to Estherville police. The accident occurred at the intersection of Second Ave. S. and South 13th St. about 12:25. A 1968 Ford, driven by Linda Rose Thompson of Estherville, had stopped for a stop sign on Second Ave. S. and 13th St. Arlene Kay Miller of Estherville had stopped in back of the Thompson car. A truck came from South 13th St. and tm-.ui left onto Second Ave. S. when Thompson began to back up to keep the truck from striking the front of her car. In doing so, Thompson struck the front end of the Miller vehicle. Damage resulted to the hood of the Miller car, a 1967 Volkswagen, and to the rear bumper of the Thompson car. An accident in an alley behind Sears resulted in damage to two cars according to Estherville police. The accident happened about 2:50 Saturday afternoon. Lawrence Swalve of Gruver, driving a 1968 Chevrolet, entered the alley from the south and pulled around a parked unattended car owned by Robert Baker of Estherville. Swalve then backed into the left front of Baker's 1967 Ford. Damage resulted to the grill and left front of the Baker car and to the door and back fender of the Swalve car. T*t*e$tone the people tlte people m Laugh at winter snows with LOW COST TRACTION FIRESTONE RETREADS FOR 6.00-13 Blackwall. Plus 35C per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires off your car. ^ 6.50-13 7.00-13 £*S4 6.95-14 5.60-15 2 FOR •26 7.35-14, 15 7.75-14, 15 !.28 8.25-14 8.25-15 8 FOR *30 8.55-14 8.55-15 £'3S 8.85-14, 15 9.50-14 8 FOR •34 Blackwall*. All prices plus 37C to 670 per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires off your car. WHITEWALLS ONLY*l.50 PER TIRE MORE 4 WAYS TO CHARGE • If we should sell out of your size a "raincheck" will be issued, assuring future delivery at the advertised price. FIRESTONE /^^^H^'SUP-R-TRED Here is a wide winter retread with the famous Town & Country All Position tread. Open traction pattern on the inside; stable "filled shoulder" pattern on the outside. Use on two wheels or all four. F78-14 F78-15 8 $< FOR 1 E78-I4 Blackwall G78-14 G78-15 H78-14 H78-J5 8 * FOR 46 FOR J78-14 J78-15 WHITEWALLS ONLY'1.60 PER TIRE MORE FOR ^Wm BtaokwalU. All prices plus 62C to 78C per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires off your car. ALL WINTER TREADS AVAILABLE /) laws permit. WITH ICE GRIP STUDS... W Priced as shown at Firestone Stores. Competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign 06-03-063-7 WORK GLOVES Lined for extra wear, protection and warmth, quilted for comfort with knitted wrist to keep out debris. Limit one pair. Additional 980. Bring your car in this week for these outstanding SERVICE VALUES Tire $lo tie 'the people tire people) WINNING SERVICE OFFERS DISC BRAKE SERVICE We install four new brake pads, resurface rotors, repack front bearings and Inspect calipers and rear brakes. BALL JOINTS & ALIGNMENT We install new hall joints, upper or lower and net caster, camber and toe. in at this low price. YOUR CHOICE ct-r 10P0INT BRAKE OVERHAUL Includes new lining 11 ml rebuilding wheel cylinder* on nil four wheels; nrc lining*, turn drum*, repack front henr- ingit mid inspect complete system. Standard and compact cars. (Drum- 11 \\\w nnty.l EACH Expertly installed SHOCK ABSORBERS Worn ftli'H'kH contribute to unei-en tin* wear mid poor handling. Price intitule* expert inxtnll.ition of four (umnUN brand *hockn. ways to charge •sip! Ifllf fire stone 801 Central Ave. Estherville, la. Phone 362-3557 FREE Tin Air \ Pressure Check!\

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