Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 29, 1972 · Page 8
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December 29, 1972

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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Accident Reported The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 33 Minimum yesterday: 17 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 33 33 Wind, direction: SE SE Wind, velocity: 10 10 Wind chill factor 19 Precipitation: .35 ONE YEAR AGO High, 30; Low, 15 NORTHWEST IOWA Occasional snow or freezing drizzle and colder Friday night with northerly winds 15 to 30 mph. Lows in mid 20s. Occasional snow or blowing snow and colder Saturday with highs in upper 20s. Chance of precipitation in per cent, Friday night 60, Saturday 40. Area Calendar ESTHERVILLE AREA Tuesday, Jan. 2—8 p.m. Rebekah Lodge, at IOOF Hall. Marriage Licenses Wayne Franklin LeGore, Webster City, to Carol June Osher, Wallingford. Baby Named WADE STANLEY BASTMAN was born Dec. 22, 1972, at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital, Spirit Lake, Iowa, to Stanley and Marilyn Bastman, Spirit Lake, and weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bastman, Lake Park, Iowa; and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mortenson, Pipestone, Minn. RINGSTED - Mr. and Mrs. Alan Polzin of rural Fenton are parents of Scott Michael, born Dec. 24, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. He weighed 8 pounds. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ulrich of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Polzin. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisk and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Polzin of Jeffers, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwig of Rodman and Mrs. Ida Ulrich of Mallard. Warranty Deeds Monroe H & Anna Rankin to Myrtle Henderson; Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 Blk 2 Clarkes s-d Armstrong Or in M & Bonnie L Bixby to Frank & Darlene DeMoss; undivided V 2 int Lot 14, Blk 10 Woods Add, Eville Dan & Norma Ruth Horswell to Raymond & Mabel F McKean; Tr in OL 2-3 1st Add, Armstrong Rhea & Rene Mais to Mabel F. & Raymond McKean; Tr in OL 2-3 1st Add Doris A & Duane M Johnson to DEK Rural Elec Corp; Tr in E l / 2 SeV4 11-99-34 Stanley & Kay N Horswell to Mabel F & Raymond McKean; Tr in OL 2-3 1st Add, Armstrong Keith M & Esther A McKean to Mabel F & Raymond McKean; Tr in OL 2-3 City of Estherville to Scout- land Inc; Ptof SEV4SWV4 31-9933 Herman & Bernice I Blum to Mabel F & Raymond McKean; Tr in OL 2-3 Ruth & Dave Hall to Mabel F & Raymond McKean; Tr in OL 2-3 1st Add John E & Norma Jean Brunskill to WM A & Merrie Jo Jensen; Lot 1-2 Blk 1, Hillcrest Add, Eville Mabel A & Russell E Olson to Same; Lot 8, Blk 3 Cain Add, Eville Harold E & Diane Kay Helle to Paul E & Erma S Laidig; Tr in 11-99-34 Elsie & David Horswell to Mabel & Raymond McKean; Tr in OL 2-3 1st Add Nancy S & Steve W Schroeder to Iris M Holland; Ptof OL 5, Stalford & Jarvis Robert F Hartman to Rosemary Hartman; V2 int in NW /4 17-99-33 Maggie Herum Est to Inez & Gerald O Bonstead; COD; Lots 9, 10, 11, 12 Larsons Add Wallingford Shirley N Bixby Gdnship to Darlene & G Frank DeMoss; Lot 14, Blk 10 Woods Add, Eville; undivided % interest Earl L Barfoot Est to David L Meyer; W 30.5' Lot 1, Blk 3; Bartletts 2nd Add and E 30' of Lot 1 Blk 11, Bartletts Add, Eville COD Michael & Barbara Sjoblom to Oswald & Hulda Lilland; CCD; Tr In C & NW RR r-o-w 16100-32 7.61 acres Rudolph C & Meryl B Christensen to Lowell D & Jane Christensen; Contract NEVi 13-98-32 Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Frank Dobberstein, Mrs. Mary Boggess, Mrs. Naomi Perkins, Clarence Welp, Michael Origer, Kevin Brosh, Estherville; Daniel Skattebo, Wallingford; Christine Cox, Jackson; Gerald Stroud, Graettinger; Mrs. Lillie Molan, Swea City; Edna Stow, Dolliver; Harold Christensen, Emmetsburg. Dismissed Thursday: Gary Swanson, Garrett Baker, Ryan Baker, Mrs. Leonard Groth, Connie Lough, Mrs. John Gould, William Augustine, Estherville; Mrs. Charles Deling, Dawn Deling, Dunnell; Katherine Irmiter, Armstrong; Michael Arthur, Terril. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Harry Elkin, Spirit Lake; Fred La Fontaine, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Raymond Spoo, Estherville; Mrs. JimBas- chke, Milford. Dismissed Thursday: Jami Dyhrkopp, Heinie Goetsch, Arnolds Park; Marilyn Munden, Jerry Daugherty, Milford; Mrs. David Butterworth and girl, Spirit Lake. FAIRMONT - Admitted Tuesday: Ben H. Gardner, Ceylon; Mrs. James Child, Edward Mutch, Mrs. Patrick McGowan, Mrs. Arley Nesmoe, Mark Hinrichs, Fairmont; Mrs. James Brock, Ringsted; Mrs. Linus Vaske, Bancroft. Dismissed Tuesday: Edward Anderson, Mrs. Ronald Mosloski, Granada; Mrs. La Rae Fluegel, Evansville, Wis.; KarlDiekmann, Mrs. Michael Cervera, Elizabeth Charnecki, Fairmont; Elmer Pegors, Truman (transferred to St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester). Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Leonard Niss, Stefanie Reiter, Ernest Brockman, Jennifer and Stephen Weber, Mrs. Walter 01- ter, Janine Wohlrabe. Fairmont; Paul Pidde, Comfrey; Mrs. Bardell Hazeloff, Swea City. Dismissed Wednesday. Miss Agnes Bents, Mrs. Marguerite Efinger, Nathan Hansen, Fairmont; Mrs. Richard Heneman and baby, Blue Earth; Herbert Kamp, Winnebago; Mrs. Lowell Williamson and baby, Truman; Mrs. John Verbrugge of Swea City. JACKSON - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Theren Williams, Neil Tufvesson, Reinhnold Stuermer, Sr., all of Jackson; Laurence Spangler of Spirit Lake. Dismissed Tuesday: Jason Skalsky and Mrs. John Svoboda of Jackson; Ann Marie Has sing, Alpha. Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Florence Winden, Orlyn Jensen, George Gibbons, Rick Hansen, Kenneth Chonko, Thelma and Lee Ann Walterman, Susan Lusk, all of Jackson. Dismissed Wednesday: Neil Tufvesson, Jackson; Mrs.. Kenneth Hanson and baby, Sherburn. Area Births FAIRMONT - Born Dec. 26, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jorgensen of Ringsted, boy, 11 pounds, 3 ounces. Local Calendar FRIDAY OPEN HOUSE - 7-9:30 p.m. 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Merl Landmesser, at VFW Club, dance to follow. SUNDAY A minor accident involving two cars occurred about 12:30 Friday morning on Second Ave. S. According to Estherville police, a car driven by Darlene Mary Lair of Estherville struck a parked unattended car owned by Jean Ann Jans sen. Mrs. Lair, driving a 1969 Chrvrolet, was backing out of a driveway when she struck a 1967 Ford owned by Janssen which was parked directly behind the drive. Damage resulted to the left rear door of the Janssen car. Tax Burden Too Heavy PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - The tax burden in Arizona is too heavy to bear—literally. A spokesman for the Arizona Tax Commission said Thursday the jacks collapsed Wednesday under a large van which had been loaded with more than 500,000 state income tax forms. Gerald Stroud Fractures Skull Gerald Stroud, 40, Graettinger, was struck in the forehead by a piece of steel virile at work Wednesday at Wycoff Junk Yard, according to his employer. He sustained a slight ;;kull fracture and is under treatment at Holy Family Hospital, where he is reported in good condition. Lunch Menu MONDAY, JAN. 1 No school! TUESDAY,JAN. 2 No school! WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3 Hamburger patti on bun, Tossed salad. Buttered corn, Cherry cobbler, V2 pint milk. THURSDAY, JAN. 4 Goulash, Buttered green beans, Carrot sticks, White rolls, Banana3 in orange juice, V2 pint milk. FRIDAY, JAN. 5 Toasted cheese sandwich, Vegetable soup, Celery stick, Pumpkin custard with whipped topping, l k pint milk. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRL, DEC. 29;_1972 Page 8 Iowa in Brief He's 94 Years Young Together, they have 105 years of wisdom. Wilbur Osgood at Good Samaritan Center observed his 94th birthday Dec. 16 and his great-granddaughter, Cindy Johnson, who stands beside him, is 11. Cindy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson of Estherville, helped her Great-grandpa pin on the little silver tie clasp, a special gift from a friend whom he knew as a little girl many years ago. She was a black child from Missouri who came to spend three months on the Osgood farm near Sheldon in 1920. When grown, her career took her to West Africa from whence she sent the clasp. She Is now back in the United States and someday soon when he goes to Chicago for an eye operation,!she has promised to visit him.— Photo by Carol Higgins MorrelPs Ottumwa Plant To Change Name, Operation OTTUMWA, Iowa (AP) -p The Ottumwa plant of John Morrell & Co. will change its • name next week and lay off! about 800 of its approximately 2,000 employes. The change will be to a new concept of operation which will concentrate on selling products directly to large-volume buyers instead of to individual retail outlets. The plant will be owned by Morrell but will operate under the name Iowa Pride Packing Co. Perry Martin, plant manager,' said the plant has been selling to some large accounts and to a lot of smaller ones. But he said the high cost overhead of this type of operation is one reason why the plant in Ottumwa, although doing a large volume of business, has not been profitable for a number of years. Employes who will be laid off will be subject to recall. Martin said he believes many of these people will be called back as the new operation progresses. He said the new operation here will be similar in some ways to a very successful one Morrell has in Estherville on a small scale, slaughtering cattle and hogs but doing no processing. The Estherville operation has no sales force nor any of the related costs of selling directly to retailers. The reason for the name change, he said, is to put a new label on the Ottumwa products and make them directly competitive with those of other plants. This is not unique in the Morrell company, since it has other divisions and subsidiaries under such names as Hunter, Maurer Neuer, Peyton and H.H. Meyer. 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. Senior Citizens — 8 p.m. New Year's Eve party at Community Center. MONDAY Senior Citizens — 2p.m. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. American Legion and Auxiliary — Meeting postponed to Jan. 8. TUESDAY Kiwanis Club — Noon. Gard- ston Hotel. Four Mile Lake Club — 2 p.m. At home of Mrs. Robert Klein. Senior Citizens — 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. Rescue Girl LAKE CITY, Iowa (AP)Firefighters say they rescued a 10-year-old girl from her smokey, burning home here early Thursday. As the clock strikes twelve, a New Year begins with the hope that this will be a time of growth, progress and peace in our community... our nation. Our sincere thanks for favoring us with your loyal patronage. IOWA TRUST & SAVINGS BANK "Your Instant Interest Bank" ft Turner Gift DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Atty. Gen. Richard Turner has given the Iowa Executive Council a $3,600 gift to the state representing his share of penalties paid by 36 International Harvester dealers who pleaded guilty to charges of price fixing. Turner, who turned over the money Thursday, received a check for that amount from Story County District Court Clerk Millicent Fagerburgh and sent it to the Executive Council, saying it would be a gift to the state if the council would accept it before the end of the year. The money came to Turner because Iowa law says the attorney general or any county attorney who secures a conviction in a price fixing conspiracy case is entitled to one- fifth of the fines collected. The 36 International Harvester dealers were fined $500 each. IHC Suit MOULTON, Iowa AP) This small southeast Appanoose County community has been sued by the state of Iowa and has until Dec. 31 to respond. The Iowa Highway Commission filed the suit—asking a permanent injunction to keep Iowa 202 open at all times. Each year the town closes the portion of Iowa 202 that comprises its main street to hold its jamboree. The controversial highway closing began with Moulton's centennial in 1969 when commission approval for the closing wasn't granted. Although permission was granted later, city officials say it was subsequently withdrawn. Mayor Walter Duley told the commission several months ago that the city would be responsible for the street and that its paving was carried out through use of local tax funds. Some Relief CEDAR FALLS, Iowa CAP) — Football widows— wives who lose their husbands' attention when the bowl games take over on New Year's Day— can rei lieve their frustrations here the night before. Jay Cobb, manager of the Regent Theater, says he will provide three television sets and hammers and will invite any woman in the audience to take a swing. < Pass Bond MOULTON, Iowa (AP)-Vo. ters in the Moulton—Udell School District have passed a $630,000 bond issue to build an addition to facilities in Moulton and improve existing structures. The vote Thursday was 524 in favor and 150 opposed. Asphyxiated DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP)Scott County Medical Examiner Rollin Perkins says Gary Ringenberg, 19, and Deborah Vogel, 17, of Davenport died by asphyxiation in a car parked in the Ringenberg family garage. The bodies were found Thursday. Sentenced COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)— District Court Judge Harold Martin has imposed three 10-year concurrent prison terms on Edward L. Ross, 21, of Council Bluffs. Martin said Thursday that Ross would serve the time at the Iowa Men's Reformatory after entering a guilty plea Dec. 12 on arson charges in connection with fires which destroyed the Nebraska— Iowa Sale Barn and damaged a clothing strre and part of a Council Bluffs residence July 29. GRAND THEATER-£S THERVIL L E NOW thru SAT. I DEC. 28-30 250lbs. of trouble named FAMILY FUN I MARSHALL THOMPSON THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY DEC. 28-30 • JEFF BRIDGES & BARRY BROWN BAD COMPANY' IS GOOD COMPANY. 60 SEE IT!" -Richard Schicktl. til* M*|tnne TUES. and WED. JAN. 2&3 ONLY!! rSHOWS' 7 « BEST ACTRESS P.M. JANE FONDA ADULTS BEST SUPPORTING •1.25 ACTOR CHILD GIG YOUNG 1 50c THtY 8HOOI HORSI .S, DON! I HI

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