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December 26, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 10

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Terril ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., DEC. 26, 1972 Page 10 Junior Women's Club to Sponsor April Style Show Junior Women's Club met with Mrs. Dick Wempc Wednesday afternoon with 13 members and one guest present. They brought Christmas decorations with instructions on how they were made. Members also brought dee- orated stockings which were sent to Woodward for the children's holiday gift. Discussion was held on the Hope's Fashion Farm style show which the club will sponsor in April. Mrs. Darwin Olson will be hostess for the meeting Jan. 17. Christmas na> dinner piK'sts in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Shomakor and f«mi!> were Mrs. Belle Shomaker of Sheldon. Krnnst Slater and *'illj Slater of Kmmetsburp. Mrs. ,Terr> Sorbo. Curl, Kin: and helix were reeent surjnor McQuay Expands At Spirit Lake SPIRIT LAKF. - An estimated $750,000 in additional payroll is expected to enhance the economy of the Spirit l,ake area during 1973—the three-quarter million dollar "boost" to come as new employees are hired for the enlarged McQuay Division of Mr> Quay-Perfex Inc.. industrial plan: one mile west of the city. Plant Manager John Kenyon said, "We plan to add aboul 4(i new employees during the first quarter of 1973 (January through March), and by the end of next year our force should be increased by 100. "We are on schedule with every phase of the expansion program, and if we have no interruptions this goal will be reached." Kenyon added that economists calculate payrolls turn over seven times in a community, and the 8750,000 should result in So. 4 million circulating in the area. At the present time, there are 130 fulltime employees at the McQuay plant here, and the projected number in future years is over 300. The manager reports the final phase of outside construction was completed last week — attested to by the fir tree now atop the plant, which was placed there by employees of Mid Continent Steel of Minneapolis, Minn. These men were following a tradition of iron workers that calls for the tree's placement when a building had been "topped", or enclosed. New equipment for the plant is expected early in January, as interior, finishing work is being completed. The construction should be completed in February of 1973, according to Kenyon. This expansion of the local plant, which more than quadruples its former size (from 52,000 to 224,000 square feet), makes it the company's largest facility in Iowa and second largest of the McQuay Division. Other McQuay- Perfex plants in Iowa are located at Washington and Vinton. Total construction cost of the addition is approximately S2.3 million. The McQuay operation originated in Spirit Lake in 1967 Terril Groups Entertain For Christmas TERRIL - The Semper Fidelis Club honored the Senior Citizens of the community at a party in the United Methodist Church parlors on Thursday. Attending were 55 members and guests. Mrs. Roy Wittchengave a reading on Christmas symbols. Mrs. Claire Nelson led the group in the singing of Christmas carols, with Mrs. Jerry Zelinsky accom- paning them on the piano. Hostess were Mrs. Dick Hermanson, Mrs. Wallace Smith, Mrs. Ron Shelton and Mrs. Joe Moorberg. The American Legion Auxilary held its Christmas potluck supper and gift exchange at the Legion Hall last Tuesday evening, with 14 members and two children present. A social evening was spent with the group singing Christmas carols. Hostesses were Maleta Zitterich, Mrs. Anna Croat, Mrs. Leonard Zit­ terich, Mrs. Les Moore and Mrs. Dale Upward. «i;h s pi.'o: plani. Kv&tec eas; across Kifrhw&y 71 from the pr**en: twilriing. and 20 employees, h- March of the .H^.OOC square foot plant was completed ano the number of employees rose to Sfi. Since thai time. 50 more workers have been hired. The sole produc; of the plant has been automatic ice-making machines, bu; with the expansion will come the production of new refrigeration-related items. Major new product wil i be the company" s extensive Seasonmaker line of small unit fan-coil air conditioners. There will also be a transfer of a number of small unit manufacturing operations from the firm's Faribault, Minn, plant. This will permit increased production capacity' for air- handling equipment at Faribault. Bjron E. James, chairman and chief executive officer, said the Spirit Lake expansion is expected to reduce certain manufacturing overhead costs by eliminating duplicate operations. The move is pan of a five-year plan to consolidate the,manufacturing of products with similar production requirements at single locat- tions. Kenyon added, "The company has faith in the Spirit Lake community, and the new addition was so constructed that even further expansion is possible." Headquarters for McQuay-Per- fex Inc., manufacturers of industrial and commercial air conditioning and heat transfer products, is in Minneapolis. Estherville Grads Finish Dental Course Three from Estherville, Nancy Bebo, Cathleen Gifford and Irene Osborne have completed a 3S- hour course in dental radiography sponsored by the Adult and Continuing Education office of LL.C.C. Dr. L. G. Baldwin of Sheldon conducted the classes on such topics as nature and behavior of X rays, patient care and recognizing imperfections. Others among the 12 who completed the course were Delores Van DrieL Sheldon; and Linda Bonnett, Linda Peterson and Debi Williams, Spencer. Crop Problems AMES, Iowa CAP)— An extension agronomist at Iowa State University says farmers could have problems getting their crops planted next year. Agronomist Garren Benson says this is because k'j per cent of Iowa farm iand 1E abovt normal in subsoil moisture. The late harvefcting bea&on this year placed farmer* bo- hind in fall tiliagf HWI - . nui fertilizer application. Bensyc says there are only a fen artitt in the state where thes* yJot were completed last fall. Hensorj says weather conditions next Aprii and May will be very critical. He says a wet spring will cause severe delays in crop planting and this in turn will reduce potential yield. flix>sts of Mrs. CordoU Nanoe, Twid and JYri Sw*. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Buoltel ww amons quests at the home o' Mrs. Nose Kueltel at Superior on Christmas Pay, Mrs. Mabel Pictoerins and Mr. and Mrs.. l.<<onard l^kering of FstnerviOe were among guests at a pre-Chrtstmas gathering at the Harlev Ficken home at Superior. Mr. and Mrs. August Bendiven were Christmas Day guests of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Hodge and fsily. Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hopkins of Milford were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sob Will and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orlyn Trojahn spent -Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. John Troiahn. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. A Den Trojahn of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. lrel Brurts and family of Spirit Lake. .An Averill family pre-Christmas dinner was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Besaw and family on Sunday. Guests included her mother, Mrs. Esther Averill of Milford, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matthiesen and family of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ross and family of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hintz and family of rural TerriL Mrs. Averill spent Christmas with another daughter, Mrs. Beverly Brimson, at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Darvin Will held dinner in their home Sunday for Eastern Star officers and spouses. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dingel, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Blum, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Smith, Mrs. FredEck- ley, Mrs. Beryl Coleman, Mrs. Hazel Blum, Mrs. Hazel Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Fostor Smitley, Professional Directory Dr. Paul G. Larsen DENTIST W. 314 Central Ave Phone 362-4464 Dr. J. B. Osher DENTIST $ 619 Second Avenue North Phone 362-4127 %0 + i^ii ^iitfug Dr. D. E. Pfund $ VETERINARIAN Large and Small Animal Practice 1020 Central Avenue Phone 362-5758 SHOE SALE 5* ^^^r Rocked for easy selection Bring the Whole Family ^flX*hoe or Bring a Friend & Split The Cost OPEN MONDAY NTFE TUX %M Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Russcl Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Orlyn Trojahn and family had as Christmas Eve guests Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dingel, Mr. and Mrs. David Dingel and girls of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Maranell of Milford. The Rev. and Mrs. Doug Dingel and Benjamin of Manhattan, Kan., spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder, at Harris. They will attend a holiday dinner at his parents home, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dingel, Tuesday evening. Other invited guests include Mr. and Mrs. Mike Maranell of Milford, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dingel and family and Paul Dingel of Ocheyedan, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dingel and son of Everly, Mr. and Mrs. David Dingel and girls of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Orlyn Trojahn and family. Mrs. Earl Tuttle and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tuttle and children of Estherville were guests in the Billy Tuttle home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wilcox held a family dinner at the Memorial Building onSunday. Guests were their children: Mr. and Mrs. Skip Wilcox and family and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schmeling and family of Everly, Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Nance and family; also, Mr. and Mrs. August Bendixen, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Spiller and sons of McHenry, DI„ Howard Bendixen of Lake Park, Mrs. Elizabeth Peters, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Krengle and family of Spencer. The Loyal Friends Club met in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Dingel on Dec. 19, with 20 members and three guests present. Mrs. Don Krieger served as co hostess. Members revealed their "mystery sister" and a grab bag gift exchange and cookie exchange was held. The Jan. 23 •netting will be with Donna Blum. Mrs. Lissie Moyer has returned form a 5-week trip. She visited her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brayton at Croydon, Pa., and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hass and Ryan at Annandale, Va. The Hass family returned home with her and are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hass, at Lake Park. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rouse, Mr. and Mrs. James Opoien, Edward Piersma, Mr. and Mrs. Ervil Dots on, Mrs. Bob Olson, Mrs. Virgin Phelps and Robert Strouse were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Smith and family following the recent High School Christmas Program. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anderson of Rock Island, 111., visited her mother, Mrs. Ida Buns, attended the funeral services for a sister, Mrs. Michael Mathern. Mrs. Edyth Walsh of Denver, Colo., also attended. Those from Terril were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zit­ terich, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schmich, Mr. and Mrs. Edman Davis, Mrs. Lyle Rouse, Mrs. Roy Wittchen and Mrs. Iona Wilkey. Christmas Eve guests in the John Dallman Jr. home were Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Krieger, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dallman and Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Dallman and Kimverly of Kasson, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller, Gina and paulof St. Paul, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller and Ryan of Minneapolis. The whole group will be Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Krieger. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Powell and boys were Christmas Eve guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Powell and Donna. Christmas Day guests in the Gene Powell home were Mrs. Margaret Mohr and Lynn Mohr and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hash and family of Estherville were Christmas Day guests of their mother, Mrs. Lissie Moyer. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zit­ terich and family were dinner guests on Christmas Day in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Larson at Estherville. Others were her brothers, sisters and families. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henn on Saturday morning, were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Henn and family of Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Mohr of Polk City and Mrs. Gracia Higgins of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Cliffored Blum celebrated Christmas in their home with their children: Mr. and Mrs. Orlyn Steffen and family of Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Currans anf family of Spencer and Dr. and Mrs. Richard Curry and family of Marshall, Minn. With Bright Colors For You Too! 50% Fortrel® ami 50% CottM No-Iron "Flora Lora" by Dan River 2 FOR *6. TWIN FLAT OR FITTED. 2.99 ea. 2 FOR 4? FULL FLAT OR FITTED. 3.99 ea. 42 x 36 PILLOW CASES 2 FOR 2.25 42 x 46 CASES - 2 for $2.70 This is a lovely print in 50% Fortrel® and- 50% cotton. Machine washable and dry. able. No-iron muslrn sheets and cases. Floral reflections that cnyjje a new mood in a tone-on-tone palette. In blue, yellow, pink and lilac. Twin Flat Twin Fitted 100% POLYESTER FILLED MATTRESS PADS 3 79 Full Flat . 4 79 5? 4? Full Fitted QUEEN FITTED 8.99 KING FITTED 10.99 This first quality mattress pad will give years of wear— easily cared for because it's polyester filled. A tremendous value to take advantage of now! 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