Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 20, 1972 · Page 12
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 20, 1972
Page 12
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 24 Minimum yesterday: 7 WEATHER TODAY o q A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 22 24 Wind, direction: S NW Wind, velocity: 1 12 Wind chill factor: 23 Precipitation: Trace ONE YEAR AGO High, 34; Low, 15 NORTHWEST IOWA Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday. Lows Wednesday night 20 to 25. Ilighs Thursday in lower 30s. Precipitation chances 20 per cent. Local Calendar WEDNESDAY Estherville Past Noble Grand Club — 6 p.m., annual covered dish supper, gift exchange, at IOOF Hall. VFW Auxiliary - 8 p.m., Post Home. White Shrine — 8p.m. Masonic Hall. THURSDAY EEE Club — Noon, potluck at Mrs. Dorothy Gustflfson' exchange, bring cookies and recipe. Senior Citizens — Noon, potluck at Community Center. Area Calendar TERRIL Lutheran THURSDAY-2 p.m. Ladies Aid at church. FRIDAY - Loyal Neighbors with Mrs. Don Olson. SATURDAY - 7 p.m., United Methodist Sunday School Christmas program. 2 p.m. Movie and treat from Santa at Legion Hall. Auto Registrations A new vehicle license for a truck was issued to William T. or Velma L White, Estherville, 1973 Chevrolet. J. P. Court Steve Feddersen, Spirit Lake, fined $18 and costs for speeding. Donald Nagel, Blue Earth, forfeited bond of $25 and costs for failure to have control of motor vehicle. Marvin Miller, Dolliver, fined $20 and costs for improper passing on intersection. Randall Wayne Glover, Terrill, fined $15 and costs for stop sign violation. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Robert Potter, James Hall, Tammy Grooms, Mrs. Mary Kuhlman, Constance Johnson, Santos Renteria, Estherville; Marilyn Peton, Graettinger; Mrs. Ervin Matheason, Wallingford; Harold Larsen, Ringsted; Sandra Hellman, Lakota. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Charles Robinson, Mrs. Mary Andersen, transferred to Rosewood Manor, Mrs. Clarence Welp, Mrs. Parnell Twito, Estherville; Mrs. Allen Slater, Spirit Lake; Donald Schubert Sr., Wallingford; Maurice Jacobson, Graettinger; Mrs. Jack Hinrichsen, Bancroft. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. James Bergman, Sibley; Dorothy Jacobsen, Lake Park; Randy Hunefeld, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Tuesday: Tonya Rinke, Mrs. Dennis Truman and boy, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Duane Martinson, Robert Anderson, Mrs. John Adams and girl, Milford. FAIRMONT - Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Ronald Mosloski, Granada; Robert Lintelman, Fairmont. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. LeRoy Moeller, Fairmont; Mrs. Donald Bervin, Ringsted; Mrs. Gilbert Schewe, Blue Earth; Mrs. Wayne Lindel, Ceylon; Krista Nicoson, Armstrong. Admitted Monday: Mrs. Anthony Hanson, Estherville; Mrs. Mike Nelson, Welcome; Gregory Johnson, LeRoy Bennett, Mrs. Larry Wolter, Mrs. Agnes Bents, Fairmont. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Elsie Wagner, Fairmont; Mrs. Alta Madden, Ringsted; Evald Hagen, Ceylon. JACKSON - Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Hurley Morris, Mrs. David Sathe, Marvin Roesler, Jackson. Dismissed Saturday: Louis Volda, Royce Bottin, Carl Dunker, Lawrence Larson, Mrs. Tom Ringkob, Jackson. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Otllla Rezac, Jackson; Joe Cain, Alpha. Admitted Monday: Nell Tufves- son, Jackson; Mrs. John Simmons, Alpha. Dismissed Monday: Ernest Groshens, Alpha. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Dec. 19, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. James Bergman, Sibley, a daughter, 7 pounds, 7 ounces. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 20, 1972 Page 12 To Honor Milford Man For Insurance Sales i Wins Top Prize Earl Bueltel, left, of Superior, is congratulated by Firestone Store Manager Merrill Hanson, after winning the 14-inch color television as first prize in the store's grand opening last week in Estherville. Second prize of two snow tires was won by Lee Bepenbusch of Emmetsburg; third prize of a set of pots and pans by Ronald Graettinger of Graettinger, fourth prize of a transistor radio by Mrs. Malvin Danielson of Dolliver, and fifth prize of a front end alignment by Lawrence F. Anderson of Ringsted. William Jensen Injured A passenger in a car was injured in a one-car accident Wednesday night according to Estherville police. The mishap occurred on Central Ave. in front of 1338 Central Ave. about 10:49. William Jensen of Estherville was a passenger in a car driven by Jack Lawrence Jensen also of Estherville. Jensen, driving a 1960 Chevrolet, was going east on Central Ave. when his vehicle started to angle off toward a light pole. The right front wheel of the Jensen car struck a snow bank and the vehicle went 30 ft. in the snow bank and struck a light pole. William Jensen received a laceration on the lip and was treated at the scene. Damage resulted to the front end of the Jensen car. Jack Jensen was charged by Estherville police with failing to have his vehicle under control. Richard V. Clark, General Agent in Milford for the Lincoln Mutual Life Insurance Company, Lincoln, Neb., will be cited Feb. 4, 1973, for outstanding life insurance sales in 1972. Clark provided over $1,000,000 of permanent life insurance One Car Accident Icy roads were blamed for S 1,400 damages to a 1968 Chevrolet driven by Richard Rierson of Terril in an accident Monday, five miles south and two miles east of Estherville. According to a report made at Emmet County sheriffs office, Rierson was driving north on county blacktop N-24 about 11:20 p.m. when the car skidded on ice and rolled over in the ditch. The front of the automobile, a 1968 Chevrolet, windshield and sides were damaged. Rierson was not reported as injured. Injured on Snowmobile Richard Grethen, 47, who farms near Ford Defiance, was injured Monday night in a snowmobile accident near Estherville. lie received a compound fracture of the lower right leg and was taken by ambulance to Holy Family Hospital and then by ambulance to a bone specialist in Sioux Falls. The accident occurred when his snowmobile overturned along Highway 4. Rupert Ridge Rites Pending Rupert E. Ridge, 86, Swea City, died at 5:25 a.m. today, Dec. 20, 1972, at Fairmont Community Hospital. Funeral arrangements are pending at Reese-Henry Funeral Home at Swea City. protection for the many families of the surrounding area, for the year 1972. As a member of the President's Club and the Millionaire's Club, Clark and his wife will be personal guests of Company President, John F. O'Neill at the Doral Country Club in Miami, Fla., prior to attending the company's convention to be held in the Kings Inn & Golf Club in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas. After attending his company's convention, Mr. and Mrs. Clark will vacation in Florida and Arizona, returning to Iowa April 1. RICHARD V. CLARK Fen ton Woman's Rites Pending Hattie A. Weisbrod, 92, formerly of Fenton, died at 11:45 p.m. Dec. 19, 1972, at Valley Vue Nursing Home in Armstrong. Funeral arrangements are pending at Reese-Henry 'Funeral Home, Fenton. She was the widow of Henry Weisbrod who operated an implement business in partnership with her brother, the late Frank Jackson, up to 1931 in Fenton. The Folks at Rexall Wish You A and a Happy New Year OPEN SUNDAY MORNING From 9 a.m. to Noon for Your Last Minute Christmas Shopping and Prescription Needs LAST MINUTE SPECIALS 8-SPEED DELUX BLENDER °" LV 11 99 ALL BOXED * # XMAS CARDS 72 PRICE CONTINENTAL HOT COMBS ONLY 7 95 RAVEN SNOWMOBILE SUITS ONLY 95 ONE SIZE FITS ALL Reg. 1 ' 49 w««n PANT! 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