Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 28, 1972 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1972
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 45 Minimum yesterday: 15 WEATHER TODAY 8 Temperatures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Wind chill factor: A.M. 15 SE 1 20 9 A.M. 20 SE 1 Local Calendar THURSDAY Estherville Bustle Rustlers— 8:30 p.m. Square dance at Elks Hall, Woody Tighe, caller. FRIDAY ^ Thousands Pay Respect To Truman ONE YEAR AGO High, 9; Low, 1 NORTHWEST IOWA Cloudy with a chance of rain Thursday night and Friday. Southeast to east winds at 15 to 20 miles an hour Thursday night and lows in mid 30s. Cooler Friday with highs in upper 30s and lower 40s. Precipitation chances in per cent: 40 Thursday night and Friday.— OPEN HOUSE - 7-9:30 p.m. 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Merl Landmesser, at VFW Club, dance to follow. SUNDAY Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Wednesday: Garrett Baker, Ryan Baker, Mrs. LeonardGroth, Connie Lough, Rhonda Marr, Mrs. Gerald Nauss, Harold Selberg, Estherville; Jonell Williams, Okabena, Minn.; Richard Adams, Ringsted; Katherine Irmiter, Armstrong; Mrs. Gaylord Knutson, Dolliver; Tamera Petersen, Alpha, Minn. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Perry Koen and boy, Mrs. Thomas' Berg and boy, Angie Origer, Kelly Shryock, Misty Shryock, Stephen Gentry, Kathleen Lenz, Mrs. Wesley Hippie, Harold Selberg, Estherville; LaVerne Farmer, Terril; Mrs. Alan Polzin and boy, Fenton. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Dec. 27, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thornburg, Estherville, a daughter, 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Gary Cavi- oess, Mrs. Bill Loftis, Spirit Lake; Sandra McClure, Kevin Hasara, Lake Park; Jerry Daugherty, Milford. Dismissed Wednesday: Cecil Richards, Mrs. Zada Simpson, Mrs. Keith Ellis and girl, Spirit Lake. FAIRMONT- Admitted Saturday. Mrs. Paul Eisenmann, Swea City; Mrs. Cora Ahrens, Fairmont. Dismissed: Mrs. Edward Fitzr gerald, Armstrong; Mrs. James Horgan, Robert Keefe, Robert J. Lintleman, Fairmont; Roy Mennen, Truman; Mrs. David Pettersen and baby, Lewisville; Allen Verbragge, Armstrong; Carl Schlatfelt, Estherville. Admitted Sunday: Robert J. Brock, Ringsted; Mrs. Mai Norm, Fairmont. Dismissed Sunday: LeRoy Bennett, Vernon Borgen, Fairmont; Chad Noram, Elmore, Angelina Brockman, Fairmont; Gerald Lang, Truman; Wayne Langford, Amboy; Gerhardt Leimer, Lewisville. Admitted Monday: LillianGer- rish, Fairmont; Elmer Tegors, Truman; Larrae Fluegel, Evansville, Wis.; Clarence Stedman, Fairmont; Mrs. Richard Leiding, Granada; John Sen wager, Mrs. John F. Haeckel, Fairmont. Dismissed Monday: Robert Tyson, Granada; Mrs. Larry Schulte and baby, Fairmont; Mrs. Rupert Ridge, Mrs. Paul Eisenmann, both of Swea City; Gerald Cody of Fenton. JACKSON - Admitted Saturday: Michael Asman and Osmond Gillie of Jackson. Dismissed Saturday: Lawrence Larson and Mrs. Roy Rosa of Jackson. Dismissed Saturday: Chris Benda of Jackson, Mrs. John Simmons and baby of Alpha. Admitted Sunday: Lawrence Larson and Mrs. Roy Rosa of Jackson. Dismissed Sunday: Neil Tuf- vesson, Alicia Holaday, Michael Prlbyl, all of Jackson. Admitted Monday: Willard Gregory of Jackson, Scott Benda of Alpha. Area Births FAIRMONT - Born Dec. 23, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Grefe, Fairmont, girl, 8 pounds, l k ounce. Born Dec. 23, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Williamson of Truman, boy, 8 pounds 8 ounces. Open house — 2-5 p.m. at Masonic Temple for golden anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Christensen, Estherville. The family requests no gifts. Baby Named ANTHONY MARTIN PASKERT was born Dec. 23, 1972, at Dickinson Memorial Hospital, Spirit Lake, Iowa, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paskert, Lake Park, and weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Paternal grandparent is Mrs. Lorence Paskert, Lake Park, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kluver, Sac City, la. He is welcomed by one sister, age 2. Marriage Licenses Myron Ray Linn to Leanne Maurine Rustad, both of Estherville. David Lee Alig to Barbara Ann Lynch, both of Estherville. Jack Mason Kint to Laura Lynn Amdahl, both of Estherville. James Jensen to Jodi Carlene Hunt, both of Estherville. Gary Allen Bestmann to Donna Jean Svendsen, both of Redwood Falls, Minn. Terril Coach's Father Dies John William "Bill" Strouse of LeMars died Dec. 24, 1972 at his home at 335 Sixth Ave. S.W. He was the father of Robert Strouse of Terril and Kenneth Strouse of Storm Lake. Funeral services were held Dec. 27 at Presbyterian United Church of Christ at LeMars. In addition to his sons, Robert and Kenneth, survivors were his wife, Bertha L. Strouse of Le­ Mars; his children, Ronald Strouse of San Antonio, Richard Strouse of Wall Lake, Debra Strouse of LeMars; and lOgrand- children. Mrs. Krafft's Mother Dies Word was received of the death of Mrs. Clifford Straight on Dec. 25 at a hospital in New Port Richey, Fla. She had been visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Krafft, who recently moved there from Estherville. Funeral services will be held at Nottger Funeral Home, Cedar Fails, at 2 p.m. Friday. INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) — After simple funeral services devoid of eulogy, former President Harry S. Truman was buried today in the courtyard of the Truman Library. Only 250 guests were invited, few of them of national renown, in keeping with the unpretentious solemnity that has marked the days since his death Tuesday. Truman's widow, Bess, who had been secluded in her grief in the house they shared for 53 years, was to be at the final rite for the nation's 33rd president and to receive the flag that draped the coffin. As the nation began a day of mourning proclaimed by President Nixon, thousands still were paying their respects to Truman, lying in state in the marble lobby of the library. They had lined up on the drives leading to the hillside building before military pall- bears placed the coffin on a catafalque draped in black silk. Richard M, Nixon and Lyndon B. Johnson had separate, private moments at the coffin of the man who had preceded them in the nation's highest office. Once the doors were opened, people of all ages streamed past the coffin in eloquent, silent tribute. They moved through at the rate of nearly 2,000 per hour, and the line still stretched for a quarter mile after midnight. Margaret Truman Daniel, her husband, Clifton, and their four boys were at the brief ceremonies that preceded the lying-instate. So were 60 others who had been part of Truman's unofficial life— such as the family maid, a long-time guard and Rose Conway, who for many years was Truman's secretary. Truman's gravesite is just outside the library office where the former president wrote his three books, prepared the lectures he delivered on college campuses and where he received diplomats and schoolboys. Official Washington and the international community will have. a memorial service Jan. 5 in the National Cathedral. And there was to be another service in nearby Kansas City today for those who wanted but could not get into the courtyard in Independence. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., DEC. 28,1972 Page 8 Henry Strampe Rites Held at Spirit Lake Emergency Medical Care Graduates Receiving their graduation certificates from an 83-hour course in Emergency Medical Care, sponsored by the Iowa State Department of Health through the Iowa Lakes Community College at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital, are front row, from left: Ronald Waits, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Ailene Schacherer, Estherville; John Podraza, Spirit Lake. Back row, from left: Dr. K. L. Clayton, medical coordinator; Ronald Jenkins, Spirit Lake; John Jensen, Arnolds Park; Gifford Smith, Swea City; Joseph Hobson, Spirit Lake; Emil Richter, Milford; Jerry Gilbertson, Spencer; Mrs. G. W. Ringsdorf, Estherville; Mrs. F. C. Longman, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Harold Schmidt, Milford; Donald Gonnerman, course coordinator, Spirit Lake. First Class Graduates Henry F. (Hy) Strampe, 77, Okoboji, long time resident of Estherville, died Dec. 25, 1972, at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital. Services were held at 1 p.m. today at Harpole-Tenold Funeral Home, Spirit Lake, with the Rev. M. J. Ansorge officiating. Burial will be made in Prairie View Cemetery, Paullina. Mr. Strampe was born Oct. 3, 1895, in Paullina to Mr. and ' Mrs. Henry Strampe. He studied at Concordia Seminary, St. Paul, and served in the Armed Forces during World War L He was married on July 20, 1921, to Vera Peterson at Paullina. While living in Estherville, he was proprietor of Pla-Mor Bowling Alleys and was a golf pro at Brooks Golf Course. He also resided at Ames and Okoboji. He was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Spirit Lake, a 50-year member of the American Legion and O'Brien County commander in 1933. Survivors include his wife, Vera; one son, Robert H. Strampe, Detroit; one daughter, Mrs. Robert (Betty) Blake, Downey, Calif.; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Honorary pallbearers were Clarence Mathiessen, Estherville; W. C. Westby, Jackson; Elmer Sangl, Lakefield; L. W. Fitch; Clarence Walters, Storm Lake; Delbert Hinsch, Estherville; Jack Little, Arnolds Park; and Weston Ralston, Cedar Rapids. Serving as active pallbearers were Ed Foreman, Toby Parriott, Blaine Hoien of Orleans, Jack Colwell, Maynard Lamack and Donald Lamack of rural Estherville. Hospitalized RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) - Author Pearl Buck has been ad* mitted to Rutland Hospital for a checkup following gall-bladder surgery. A hospital spokesman said after the Nobel and Pulitzer prize-winner was admitted Wednesday that she was in stable condition. Great Coach PASADENA, Calif. (AP) Harry S. Truman would have been a great football coach, said Ohio State Coach Woody Hayes. After answering questions regarding his team and next Monday's Rose Bowl game against Southern California, Hayes remained at the Southern California Football Writers Association podium Tuesday and said the former president's death "weighs heavy on my mind. "When I see a great man, I ask myself what kind of a football coach he would make. Harry Truman would have made a great one." The first class of "Emergency Medical Technicians — Ambulance" (E.MT.A.) was graduated at a ceremony held recently at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital. The course was designed with the cooperation of the Fed- Popular Dance Team Breaking Up SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — The popular dance team of Marge and Gower Champion— which thrilled stage, television and movie fans for a quarter century— is being dissolved by divorce. Marge Champion filed for divorce from her husband of 24 years Wednesday in a Superior Court suit, citing "irreconcilable differences." The action ended a storybook romance and a career that made them the top dance team in America. The Champions, both 53, separated last August, and the suit said a property settlement was being worked out. Mrs. Champion will get custody of sons Gregg, 16, and Blake, 10. • The couple married in 1947 and began a rise to fame that ended in 1961 when Marge retired as a performer. Both then made names for themselves as choreographers. Gower recently staged dance numbers for "The Happy Time," "Bye, Bye Birdie" and "Hello, Dolly!" No to Blind Snack Bars AMES, Iowa (AP) — Director of Highways Joseph Coupal Jr. says a legislator's suggestion to serve food from snack bars operated by the Iowa Commission for the Blind at interstate highway "Infocenters" would be illegal. Handsome Dan, a bulldog adopted by Yale undergraduates in 1890, became college football's first mascot Take a good close look al tho :;r.„y If you're ruling anything oho. tin:, is got Be;,au r ,o last years v.innoi is than over [nyine options (ion; ,"'r. r/ijltili*;'. li r.IuJo suspons:on :v >; \per formanco' and qoi<. '* n ,p' •••,<• ' out alio-acl ol the r.onip.'tii ,r jr, o. > o: i; no •;; .jl, • r t o r n! a n ( e Be ready for the next snow. Come in and see why you should be riding Big Blue. Best prices in town. DON'S SPEED AND SPORT SHOP 206 NORTH 7th STREET - PHONE 362-2715 ESTHERVILLE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - WEEK DAYS 1:00-9:00 - WEEKENDS 9:00-9:00 SALES - SERVICE - PARTS eral Highway Safety Commission, conducted by the Iowa State Department of Health through the Lakes Area Community College, and taught by area physicians and others skilled in emergency care. Eleven persons from four counties were honored. "This represents the second major step toward a modern emergency care system," said K. L. Clayton, Chief of the Medical Staff of Dickinson County Memorial Hospital. "The first step," he said, "was the acquisition of modern vehicles and equipment, training a cadre of men in First Aid, and developing the hospital-based system and organization." The graduates of the course were first required to have achieved advanced First Aid skills as a prerequisite. The course included 83 hours of didactic and practical learning in the following categories: Func­ tion of the EMTA, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Diagnostic Signs, Cardiac Arrest and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Shock, Hemorrhage Control, Fractures and Their Treatment, and Principles of Splinting. Also included was: Burns, cold exposure and injury, heat exposure and injury, radiation exposure, electrical hazards, poisons, stroke, diabetes, emergency childbirth, the disturbed patient, extrication of the injured from automobiles, dressing and bandaging wounds, emergency driving, radio communications, and others. All graduates of the class are now qualified to apply for registration in the "Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance" Registry, a national association of fully qualified emergency care personnel. This registration is recognized nationwide as the standard, of emergency care training. NEW YEARS EVE PARTY At The CREAMERY Music By The COUNTRY WINE 8:30 to ? ? ? SERVING FROM 5:00 to ? ? ? $2.00 COVER CHARGE SATURDAY - DECEMBER 30 THE COUNTRY BROTHERS HAPPY NEW YEAR THE CREAMERY HIWAY 4 DUNNELL, MINN. MR. FARMER: YOU'LL GET MORE GROWPOWER WHEN YOU "PLANT" YOUR MONEY WITH US Choose The Interest Rate That You Want ESTHERVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 12 1 NORTH SIXTH STREET ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 5 1334

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