Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 26, 1972 · Page 12
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December 26, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

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Area Hospitals The Weather DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Friday. Mrs. Stanley Bastman, Mrs. Charles West, Ben Palmer, Mrs. Violet Koob, Spirit Lake; Margie Stanley, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Friday; Dorothy Jacobsen, Lake Park. Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Larry Paskert, Lake Park; Mrs. Ellen Cordes, Round Lake, Minn.; Merl Steinberger, Henley Caskey, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Thomas Linn, Estherville. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Fred LaFontaine, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Joyce Cornell, Spirit Lake. Admitted Sunday: W. M. Rumbaugh, Spirit Lake; Linda Overton, Milford. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs.Jam­ es Bergman and girl, Sibley; Mrs. M.C. Strickland, Okoboji; Debra Johannesen, Bancroft; Mrs. Margie Stanely, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Verlin Simpson, Spirit Lake. Admitted Monday: Erick Nielsen, Mrs. David Butterworth, Shahn Thompson, Mrs. James Campbell, Mrs. Keith Ellis, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Faye Booth, Kent Mcmtire, Milford. Dismissed Monday: Mrs.Stan­ ley Bastman and boy, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Larry Paskert, Lake Park; Mrs. Donald Dodge, Milford. FAIRMONT - Admitted Wednesday — Gerald Lang, Truman; Walter Smith, Allen Vergrugge, both of Armstrong; Mrs. Marguerite Efinger, Fairmont. Dismissed Wednesday — Mrs. Emma Wendt, Truman; Mrs. Clarence Seibert, Fairmont, Mrs. Silas Knutson, Dolliver; Howard Bryant, Wallingford; Mrs. Olivia Michelson, Fairmont. Admitted Thursday: Angela Brockman, Fairmont; Gerhardt Leimer, Lewisville. Dismissed Thursday: Roy Homann, Ringsted; Mrs. Daniel Bowman and baby, Fairmont; Jeffrey Bryant, Anthony Hanson, Estherville; Gregory Johnson, Mrs. Edward Keepers, Fairmont; Mrs. Mike Nelson, Welcome; and Scott Weber, Fairmont. Admitted Friday: Robert Keefe, Fairmont. Dismissed Friday: Janell Diekmann, Fairmont; Roy Johnson, Jackson, Henry Hage, Lakefield. JACKSON - Admitted Wednesday: Louis Voda, Denise Hanson, Nancy Natterstad, all of Jackson. Mrs. John Simmons of Alpha, Mrs. Kenneth Hanson of Sherburn. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Ora Moore of Jackson. Admitted Thursday: Alicia Holaday, Mrs. Lila Smith, Otto Goede, Jackson. Dismissed Thursday: Sharon Michaelson, Nancy Natterstad, Mrs. Hurley Morris, Mrs. David Sathe and baby, all of Jackson, Mrs. Curtis Ohlenkamp of Alpha. Admitted Friday: Ann Marie Hassing, Alpha; Michael Pribyl of Jackson. Dismissed Friday: Joe Cain of Alpha, Florence Walters of Good Samaritan Home, Louis Voda, Brooke Sorem, Denise Hanson, Marvin Roesler, all of Jackson. Area Births FAIRMONT - Born Dec. 20, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. David Petersen of Lewisville, girl, 7 pounds 5 ounces. Born Dec. 20, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bowman, Fairmont, boy, 7 pounds 14'/2 ounces. Born Dec. 21, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cervera, Fairmont, girl, 6 pounds, ll'/i ounces. Born Dec. 22, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schulte, Fairmont, boy, 6 pounds, IIV2 ounces. Born Dec. 22, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Heneman of Blue Earth, boy, 8 pounds 2 '/2 ounces. JACKSON - Born Dec. 20, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons of Alpha, boy, 6 pounds, 7 ounces. Born Dec. 20, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hanson of Sherburn, boy, 6 pounds 8 ounces. DICKINSON COUNTY — Born Dec. 22, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bastman, Spirit Lake, a son, 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Born Dec. 23, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paskert, Lake Park, a son, 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Born Dec. 25, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. David Butterworth, Spirit Lake, a daughter, 8 pounds, 6 ounces. Local Calendar TUESDAY TOPS 7 p.m. City Hall. Newcomers Club 8 p.m. DEK meeting room. WEDNESDAY Pinochle 2 p.m. Community Center. OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 31 Minimum yesterday: 6 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 7 10 Wind, direction: S S Wind, velocity: 3 3 Wind chill factor: 7 Precipitation: Trace ONE YEAR AGO High, 34; Low, 0 NORTHWEST IOWA Some cloudiness Tuesday night with lows in the teens. Becoming partly cloudy Wednesday with highs 30 to 35. Winds west to southwest at 5 to 10 miles an hour Tuesday night. Precipitation chances in per cent: 10 Tuesday night and Wednesday. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Friday: Michael Weber Jr., Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Mrs. Esther Dawson, Mrs. Leona Burdorf, Jensen, Stephen Gentry, Estherville. Dismissed Friday: Tammy Grooms, Nancy Donovan, Jose Menchaca-Herrera, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Kenneth Tague Jr., Estherville; Mrs. Clara Waller, Graettinger; Lisa Knuth, Dunnell, Ervin Matheason, Wallingford. Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Bessie Loveland, Estherville; Bobbie DeVary, Dolliver. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Loyd Houseman, Steven Moffitt, Gary Stall, Jason Triggs, Mrs. William Watson, Kristy Weber, Estherville; Mrs. George Heyman, Dunne 11; Walter Davis, Bancroft; Mrs. Ernest Lauritzen, Armstrong. Admitted Sunday: William Augustine, Angie Origer, Estherville; Mrs. Mabel Jorgensen, Graettinger. Dismissed Sunday: Edward Lyman, Mrs. Esther Dawson, Mrs. Bernard Logan, Stephen Gentry, Michael Brayton, Estherville; Mrs. Roy Dunn, Armstrong. Admitted Monday: Michael Ohrtman, Mrs. John Gould, Stephen Gentry, Gary Swansea, Tammy Linn, Estherville; Mrs. Lloyd George, Ringsted; Mrs. Leila Andrews, Gruver; Andrew Skatte- bo, Wallingford; Mrs. Charles Deling, Dawn Deling, Dunne 11. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Rosa Gonzales, Marcus Anderson, Mrs. Leona Burdorf, Estherville; Kip Bottenfield, Wallingford; Harold Christensen, Emmetsburg. Local Births Maurice Salyers Services Held Today in Estherville ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., DEC. 26, 1972 Ptige 12 John Allen New assistant manager at Hy-Vee Food Stores Inc. is John Allen, having transferred from a West Des Moines store, he has been with Hy-Vee stores since 1969 and served as a meat- cutter for two years. Originally from Waterloo, he has a degree in food marketing from Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge. He and his wife, Linda, have purchased a house in rural Estherville. Sam Bondhus Rites Held Sam Bondhus, 77, Dolliver, died early Saturday morning, Dec. 23, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital. Funeral services were held this morning at 10:30 at Estherville Lutheran Church with the Rev. Norton McCaughan officiatr ing. Burial was made in Valley View Cemetery, Graettinger. Serving as pallbearers were Richard Peton, John Helgeson, Herman Helgeson, Lloyd Birkland, Allen Birkland and Gaylord Knutson. Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Estherville, was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Bondhus was born March 10, 1895, at Graettinger to John and Martha Tolbertson Bondhus, and was educated in Graettinger schools. He was married to Amanda Tveitnes Dec. 28, 1929, at Akron, Colo. He had farmed all his life Deaths in the Dolliver area and was a member of the Palestine Lutheran Church near Dolliver. Survivors include his wife, Amanda; six daughters, Mrs. Vernon (Gertrude) Natterstad of Estherville, Mrs. Elmer (Carol) Gage of Dolliver, Ruth Bondhus of Estherville, Mrs. Charles (Doris) Haley, Longmont, Colo.,' and Marlys Bondhus of Denver; 10 grandchildren; one brother, Tom Bonhus, Akron, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. Sophie Peton, Graettinger, and Mrs. Dora Thompson, Estherville. He was preceded in death by his parents, five sisters and one brother. Reese-Henry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. ESTHERVILLE - Born Dec. 23, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Berg, Estherville, a son, 6 pounds, 7 ounces. Born Dec. 24, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tolzin, Fenton, a son, 8 pounds. ESTHERVILLE - Maurice Salyers, 70, Estherville, died Dec. 22, 1972 at 8:10 p.m. Sam Bondhus, 77, Dolliver, died at 12:15 a.m. Dec. 23, 1972. DICKINSON COUNTY- Harley Edwards, 73, Spirit Lake, died Dec. 24, 1972. Mrs. Arling Tennant, 57, Arnolds Park, died Dec. 24, 1972. Henry Strampe, 77, Okoboji, died Dec. 25, 1972. Charles Lorensen, 94, Milford, died Dec. 25, 1972. Maurice Howard Salyers, 70, Estherville, died Friday evening Dec. 22, 1972 at Holy Family Hospital. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. today at Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Estherville, with the Rev. Robert Miller officiating. Interment was in East Side Cemetery. Mr. Salyers was born May 25, 1902, at Estherville to Isaac and Laura Ann Leak Salyers. He was educated in Estherville schools and attended Estherville Junior College. He was married to Elizabeth Batman Jan. 12, 1929 at Ames. He was an electrician and also served as a justice of the peace for many years and a police judge for six years. He was a member of the Christian Church, the American Legion, the V.F.W., Forty and Eight, North Star Lodge of Estherville, Royal Arch, Knights Templar Commandery, Order of Eastern Star, White Shrine of Jerusalem, Consistory of Sioux City, Abu-Bekr Shrine and had been a member of the Elks Lodge of Estherville. Survivors include his wife, Eli- John Wycoff Memorial Services Set John P. Wycoff, 78, Estherville, died Saturday, Dec. 23, 1972, at Balmer Nursing Home. Memorial services will beheld at St. Patrick's Church at 10 a.m. Wednesday, conducted by Father Duhigg. The body had been willed to the University of Iowa. Mr. Wycoff was born March 9, 1894, at Curlew to Alice and William Wycoff. He is survived by his wife, Cordelia; four sons, Jerry, Jack, Robert and William, all of Sioux Falls; one daughter, Jeneva Wycoff of Sioux Falls; one brother, Cliff of Estherville; one brother, Peter Wycoff in California; two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Conway of Charles City and Mrs. Cleone Benson of Tampa, Fla. Fuhrman Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. zabeth; one son, Joe Salyers of Beverly Hills, Calif.; one grandson; one brother, Lewis Salyers of Estherville. He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and one sister. Pallbearers were Ward Fletcher, Bill Robinson, Edward Meehan, Clifford Hedrick, Harris Myers and Francis Solmonson. Set Graveside Services for Clyde Brown Clyde S. Brown, 47, former resident of Estherville, died at Anchorage, Alaska, Dec. 21, 1972, at Providence Hospital. Funeral services were held at Anchorage and the body has been brought to Estherville for interment. At 2 p.m. Thursday, graveside services with military rites will be held at East Side Cemetery. The Rev. Richard Pearson will officiate. Mr. Brown was born Feb. 16, 1925, in Estherville to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde S. Brown Sr. He was a veteran of World War n and of the Korean conflict. He has lived in Anchorage the past six years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Nancy Bish and Mrs. Anne Holdeman, both of Anchorage; one grandson; and his father, Clyde S. Brown Sr. Visitation may be made at Fuhrman Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Wednesday until Thursday afternoon. To Student Teaching Post Diana Brown, Estherville, is one of nine Northwest Missouri State University students who will participate in student teaching this spring by teaching in schools on Indian reservations in Arizona and New Mexico. Miss Brown will teach elemen- i tary educatiefft at Sanders, Ariz.,'' from March 5 to May 11. The reservations involved are homes of Hopi and Navajo Indians. THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY DEC. 28-30 • JEFF BRIDGES ft BARRY BROWN '"BAD COMPANY' IS GOOD COMPANY. GO SEE IT!" -flichjrd Schickel. Life M*|«ine "BAD COMHW1T IN COLOR • PC- 2:00 UNTIL MIDNITE BOTH DAYS! ChooseYour Day to Celebrate NEW YEAR* EVE S " 0lV " AT •«?-*«« '0,1 I f »OVVN AT T 4 * IN 3? PUBLIC AUCTION As I have decided to quit farming I will hold a public auction on my farm located 2 miles East of Fenton to Sentral School and 3 l h miles North on blacktop-or-3 miles West of Lone Rock and Z l k miles North-or -2V2 miles South of Seneca Store on: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29 SALES STARTS AT 12:15 P.M. O.E.S. WILL SERVE LUNCH TRACTORS 1968 Allis Chalmers XT-190 gas tractor, with wide front, 3 point hitch, power, shift wheels, front end weights, factory cab with heater, 1300 hours; Allis Chalmers WD45 gas tractor with D-19 engine, wide front, new rubber; Allis Chalmers B112 garden tractor with 48" cut rotary mower, and 30" roto tiller, power take off; COMBINE 1969 Gleanor E combine with cab and heater, grain head with hume reel and love bar, grain pickup, and 2 row head; POWER MACHINERY Allis Chalmers model 9000, 5-16" plow with 20" ripple coulters; Allis Chalmers 4 row front mount cultivator; John Deere 495A 4- row corn planter, with fertilizer, insecticide, herbicide, double disc openers, rubber press wheels and herbicide incorperators; John Deere 14' wheel tandem disk, greaseless bearings; Stan Hoist 54' elevator, truck hopper, PTO drive and PTO lift; Winpower 19 ! /2' field cultivator; New Holland model 78 baler, PTO drive, twine tie; New Idea manure loader and snow bucket, fits 45; New Idea 7' semi-mount tractor mower; New Idea manure spreader; HOGS 57 Crossbred feeder pigs, weaned and castrated; 24 Crossbred gilts, due in late February; 1 Hamshire boar; PICKUP, TRUCK, CAMPER 1965 International no. 1600 truck with 2 speed axle, 16' grain box' and hoist; 1966 Chevrolet % ton pickup, 327 engine, grain box, Luverne bumper, heavy duty springs, side mirrors; 1966 Wander W/2 ft. slide-in camper and pack, Port-A-Pottie. ' OTHER MACHINERY John Deere running gear and steel flare box and Midwest hoist; Kewanee heavy duty gear with barge box and Midwest Hoist; Montgomery Ward gear and flat rack; John Deere side delivery on rubber; 5 Section flexible drag; Winpower 4 row rotary hoe; 16' auger, 6" with % hp. electric motor; Terfehr stalk rake; 16' auger 5" with V2 hp. electric motor; King road drag; FEED - ANTIQUES AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS -MISCELLANEOUS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS USUAL AUCTION TERMS NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR LYLE ENGLAND—Owner CLAIR CLARK AND LYLE BENSEN— AUCTIONEERS; RED MADSEN, BURT— Clerk FIREST0NE-PHILC0 LOWEST PRICES EVER! •REFRIGERATORS •FREEZERS •COLOR TV Console and Portable •RADIOS •STEREOS Console and Portable BUDGET TERMS FREE DELIVERY Tirtston* 801 CENTRAL AVENUE, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA PHONE 362-3557

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