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Forest City Man Injured ESTHERVILLE DA I L YNEWS, TUBS., DEC, 26,1972 Page 13 Terril Cubs In Estherville Accident • Welcome A F'orest City man was injured and six persons were charged with traffic violations in separate traffic accidents investigated by Estherville police over the holiday weekend. Charles Delbert Langerud of Forest City received neck and hack injuries when the car he was driving was struck in the rear end by a car driven by Harold Fred Ahrens of Spirit Lake. The accident happened on Highway 9 one-quarter of a mile west of the East city limits of Estherville about 5:30 p.m. Friday according to Estherville police. Langerud, driving a 1972 Cadillac, was stopped on the highway waiting for a vehicle in front to make a left turn onto Third Ave. S. when he was struck in the rear by the Ahrens car. Ahrens, driving a 1972 Ford pickup, was charged with failing to have his vehicle under control. Damage resutled to the front end of the Ahrens car and to the rear end of the Langerud vehicle. An Estherville man, Lars Adrian Tendal, was charged with failing to have his vehicle under control in an accident about 3:15 Saturday afternoon. According to Estherville police, the accident happened at the 900 block of North 13th St. Tendal, driving a 1957 Chevrolet, was going south on North 13th St. when he lost control of his car and started to skid. The vehicle skidded halfway around and struck the left rear of a parked unattended car owned by William Augustine of Estherville. Damage resulted to the left side of the Tendal car and to the left rear and left front fender of Augustine's 1960 Rambler. An accident involving two trucks occurred at the intersection of North Seventh St. and Eighth Ave. according to the 'police department. The accident happened about 4:30 Saturday afternoon. Terry Eike of Estherville was passing through an intersection posted by yield signs from the north and south when he was struck by a vehicle driven by , RSchdrd < Normaif1ver son 'ttf WaiA bag, S.D. Iverson, driving a 1970 International truck, was traveling north when the accident occurred. Wayne Mathine Graduates With Honors Wayne W. Mathine, Estherville, was among students graduating with honors in the class of 507 in Mankato State College commencement exercises Dec. 15. Mathine received a B.A. in political science, cum laude. Three others from Estherville who received the bachelor of science degree were Roger A. Juhl in business administration, Richard M. Nelson in business administration and Dennis D. Sunde in computer science. Others from the area who received degrees are Darlene C. Menke, Bancroft, B.S. in business education; Mary M. Weisbrod, Fenton, B.S. in speech and theatre arts; Craig H. Tindall, Graettinger, B.S. in industrial and technical studies; Thomas R. Hynes, Jackson, B.S. in business administration; and Robert H. Nielsen, Spirit Lake, B.S. in art. Terril Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sorbo recently entertained honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Sorbo and her brother, Ron Zelinsky. Among guests were Mr. andMrs.Ellard Sorbo and Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sorbo and Lynette, all of Estherville, and Mrs. Ron Zelinsky and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Holmberg and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leonard Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Sykes recently visited the Vernon Winterhofs at Aurelia. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Robinson and Jessica Beryl of Isleton, Calif., have been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sorbo and family attended a family pre- Christmas gathering at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Sorbo, at Lake Mills. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cook were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rouse, Sherry, Rodney and Lori of AyshirejMrs. Maxine Hansen, Cindy, Denny and Becky of Ruthven, Mrs. Al Solmonson and C. D. Philpott of Estherville, and Mrs. Mabel Fleschner of Detroit, Mich. The dinner honored the 75th birthday of Mrs. Fleschner. Eike, driving a 1973 Datsun truck, was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way. Damage resulted to the front end of the Iverson truck and to the right rear of the Eike truck. An Estherville youth, Floyd Allen Ayers, was charged with traveling left of the center line and having improper registration in an accident about 6:25 Saturday night. The accident happened on South Third, south of Second Ave. S. according to Estherville police. Ayers, driving a 1966 Chevrolet, had crossed the center line and was proceeding south on South Third when he struck a parked unattended car owned by Dale Titus of Graettinger. The impact of the collision sent the Titus vehicle into another parked unattended car owned by Ernest Laiding of Estherville. The Lai- ding car was parked on the east side of the street. Damage resulted to the front end of the Ayers car, to the rear end of the Titus vehicle and to the front end of the Laiding car. An accident involving two cars occurred on Central Ave. east of the Central Ave. bridge about 2 a.m. Saturday according to police. Dennis Ringsig Nygaard, driving a 1970 Triumph, was traveling east on Central Ave. and lost control while on the Central Ave. bridge. Nygaard proceeding east and struck a parked unattended .car owned by Severt M. Stackland of Estherville. Damage resulted to the left rear of Stackland's 1964 Rambler and to the right rear fender of the Nygaard car. Nygaard was charged with leaving the scene of the accident. An accident about 1:16 Sunday afternoon resulted in damage to two cars according topolice. The accident happened a half mile west of Estherville on Highway 9. A parked unattended car owned by Wayne Eugene Sunde of Estherville was parked north of the Highlander Club on the north side of the road facing west. " Michael-Bay McCleary left the Highlander to go west when he lost control of his car and struck the Sunde car. Damage resulted to the rear end of Sunde's 1970 Oldsmobile , Al and to Ihe front end of McCleary's 1969 Mercury. * McCleary was charged with failing to have his vehicle under control. RAY CLAREY BILL AUGUSTINE Kent Feeds Promotes Two Estherville Men Two area men, Ray Clarey and Bill Augustine, both supervisory personnel at the Estherville Kent Feeds plant, have been promoted to new positions, according to a recent announcement by R. H. Severson, vice president, plant operations, of the Muscatine-based feed manufacturing firm. Clarey, Estherville plant manager, has been named as the new plant manager of Kent's Beardstown, III., facility, effective Jan. 1. The Beardstown plant, completed in 1969, is the newest of seven feed manufacturing centers of Kent Feeds throughout Iowa and Illinois. Clarey joined Kent Feeds in 1958 and served as pellet mill operator, order office supervisor, office manager and plant manager at Sioux City before being named plant manager of the Kent plant here upon its completion in 1967. Augustine, office manager at the local Kent Feeds plant, has been named plant manager, replacing Clarey. Augustine, who joined Kent Feeds in 1964, served as a Kent Feeds territory sales representative prior to being named to his present post in 1966 at Estherville. The Clarey family plan to move to the Beardstown, HI., area after the first of the year. Estherville Names Ninth Honor Roll Four ninth graders achieved straight *'A"s or 4.0 grade point average during the first quarter, according to an announcement from Les Aasheim, principal of Estherville Junior High School. Straight "A" students are Tom Hill, Barb Jacobse^ Barb King and Gregg Sampson. Others placed on the honor roll for the first quarter, having a "B" average or 3.0 or higher, are Bob Baker, Ken Berchen- Jfcriter,. Dean Bergesonj Kim Boies, Teri Bose, Scott Brink, Dan Brown, Wendy Buell, Mark Burch, Jackie Carlson, Wayne Chrestiansen, Doug Croudy, Greg Currell, Tammy Dannen, Peggy Fenton, Todd Guenther and Delaine Harris. Also Barb Howard, Dave Irwin, Mary Kiefer, Patricia Kielmann, Steve Kinnard, Ken Knox, Lois Leidjng, Byron Lindell, Julia Linn, Steve McAdams, TomMer- ril, Deniese Moffitt,•Monica Morris, Karen Natterstad, Barb Nelson, Phil Pearson, Dan Perkins. Also, John Reese, Francie Sol- mpnson, Sheryl Sorum, Debbie Stoltz, Julie Stoud, DavidTvedte', Kathy Vedder, Steve Williams, Julia Williamson, Barb Zeigler, Jim Reinders and Jan Hoppe. New Bobcats TERRIL - Cub Scout Pack 165 welcomed five new Bobcat scouts into the group at a meeting in the school lunchroom Monday evening. Al Conlee of Estherville conducted the campfire ceremony and presented Bobcat pins to Mark Baedke, Ralph Fairchild, Todd Nance, Robert Swan and Joe Wingert, Advancement of the flag by several Boy Scouts began the evening program. Mrs. Donna Tuttle conducted the business meeting and presented the following awards: Jon Wingert, Wolf Badge and two arrows; Keith VanKleek, Wolf Badge, 1 arrow; Mark Thompson, Wolf Badge; Jim Nissen, Wolf Badge, 1 arrow; Joey Holmberg, 2 arrows. Steve Shelton, 1 arrow and Frank Fairchild, 1 arrow. Those announced as Denners and Assistant Den- ners were Den 1, Steve Shelton and John Petersen; Den 2, Joey Holmberg and Jon Wingert; Den 3, Mark Thompson and Jim Nissen. For the entertainment, the dens in turn sang "O Christmas Tree," "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" and "Away in the Manger." They sang as a group, "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer." The boys then passed out gifts they had made for their parents and received gifts from the Den Mothers. The serving table was decorated with a miniature nativity and a poinsetta arrangement. Those serving lunch were Mrs. Ronald Shelton, Mrs. Duane VanKleek, Mrs. Cordell Nance, Mrs. Chuck Wingert and Mrs. Fred Baedke. Boevers On Briar Cliff DECEMBER 26th TO 30th Men's and Boys' •WINTER COATS * SWEATERS * SHIRTS "SUITS 'SLACKS *SP0RTC0ATS BROKEN LOTS \o 50 OFF and ALL SALES FINAL - ALL SALES CASH - NO RETURNS Dean's List Named to the dean's list at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, are Theresa and Wally Boevcr, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boever, Estherville, and Patricia Currans, Emmetsburg. Theresa Boever was among 25 students who headed the list with 4.0 grade points. To be eligible forJjhe honor of. being named to the dean's list, a full- time student must have a minimum 3.25 grade point average out of a possible 4.0. ST NICHOLAS MADE a pre-Christmas trial run at Good Samaritan Center Friday distributing 200 packages of fruit to the senior citizens who reside there. Above Santa is shown with one of his elves, Debbie Ross of Estherville, as he stops to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stoffel. Utn- er Estherville youngsters who gave Santa an assist that day were Tim Ross, Brian Ross and Jay Weaver Hy-Vee Food Stores, Inc. furnished the gifts of fruit.- Photo by Carol Higgins. Chris tens en's COeamnce READY-TO-WEAR COAT SAIE DRESS SALE A Large Group of Fine Winter ••"Dresses Drastically Reduced. Out they go to make room for New Spring Styles. DOWN GO PRICES ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE COATS. BUY 1SOW AISD SAVE! All Sizes — Fur Trimmed Tweeds and Un-trimmcd SPORTSWEAR SALE • COORDINATES • SLACKS » SKIRTS • BLOUSES » SWEATERS • JACKETS • OTHER ITEMS A Real Bargain Event Reduced Up To 50% Off SUEDE GOATS AND JACKETS Now 20% Off Regular Price CAR COATS OUR ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE SALE PRICED! Large Selection YARD GOODS DOWNSTAIRS STORE CHILDREN'S WEAR COATS and CAR COATS Your Choice 25% OFF Children's Sportswear SKIRTS — SLACKS SWEATERS — BLOUSES 20% Off Reg. Price DRESSES Sizes 1-3 3-6x 7-14 '/3 Off J Many (Hher Items Sale Priced Chris tensen's 'Where Northwest Iowa Shops With Confidence'