Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 2, 1973 · Page 12
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 2, 1973
Page 12
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 18 Minimum yesterday: 10 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 13 20 Wind, direction: S S Wind, velocity: 5 5 Wind chill factor: 16 ONE YEAR AGO High, 30; Low, 12 NORTHWEST IOWA Fair and warmer Tuesday night, lows in mid 20s. Increasing cloudiness and warmer Wednesday with highs of 35 to 40, but turning colder by evening. Precipitation chances 10 per cent Tuesday night, 20 per cent Wednesday. Deaths ESTHERVILLE - Mrs. John Weir, 75, Estherville, died at 6:40 p.m. Jan. 1, 1973. Reese- Henry Funeral Home in charge. LeRoy Dahna, 60, Estherville, died at 3:20 p.m. Jan. 1, 1973. Reese-Henry Funeral Heme in charge. Area Calendar ESTHERVILLE AREA Tuesday, Jan. Rebekah Lodge, 2 - 8:00 p.m. at IOOF Hall. SUPERIOR WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3- 2p.m. Social Hour fee home. Club at H. D. Grif- TERRIL WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3- 7p.m. Gloria Chapter OES, installation of officers. Local Calendar TUESDAY Jaycees meet at Elks Club. TOPS - 7 p.m. City Hall. WEDNESDAY ;• PEO — 1 p.m. Luncheon at Gardston Hotel Blue Room. Pinochle — 2 p.m. Community Center. Eastern Star — 7:30 p.m. Installation practice for officers for 1973 and installing 1972 officers at Masonic Temple. THURSDAY Service Star - ican Legion Hall. 2 p.m. Amer- Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Friday: Mrs. Frieda Kahl, Mrs. Velma Cole, Robert Edwards, Spirit Lake; Austin Gole, Lake Park; Mrs. Fred Bowen, Okoboji. Dismissed Friday: George Henderson, Lake Park; Mrs. Linda Overton, Milford; Mrs. Raymond Spoo, Estherville; George Kuhn, Spirit Lake. Admitted Saturday: Robert Anderson, Mrs. Anna Erickson, Milford; Mrs. Roger Thorn, Lake Park; F. Oscar Olson, Mrs. Arnetta Neighbor, Richard Welty, Mr 8. Robert Bendinger, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. James Campbell, Gary Caviness, Robert Edwards, Spirit Lake; Austin Gole, Sandra McClure, Lake Park; Fred LaFontaine, Arnolds Park; Kent Mclntire, Milford. Admitted Sunday: James Wolthuis, Milford; Mrs. Clay burn Caskey, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Sunday: Erick Nielsen, Harry Elkin, Spirit Lake. Admitted Monday: Mrs. Donald Guge, Estherville; Carl Enderson, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Fred Bowen, Okoboji; Mrs. Jim Baschke, Milford. FAIRMONT - Admitted Friday: Troy Vreese, Swea City. Dismissed Friday: Janine Wohlrabe, Mark Hinrichs, John Schwager, Fairmont. JACKSON- Admitted Friday: Mrs. Josephine Polz, Jackson; Leslie Withers, South Beloit, 01. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Florence Winden, George Gibbons, Kenneth Chonko, Norma Walterman, Lee Ann Waltermann, Jackson; Mrs. Roy Rosa, Jackson, transferred to Good Samaritan Home. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Dec. 29, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jorgensen, Fairmont, boy, 9 pounds, 11 ounces. Born Dec. 29, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Malmanager, Fairmont, girl, 7 pounds, &k ounces. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Friday: Lori Shryock, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Niels Petersen, Mrs. Mary Nicholson, Harry Jones, Sonja White, Estherville; Lyle Skow, Graettinger; Mrs. Earl Russell, Milford; Ole Knutson, Dol liver. Dismissed Friday: Tammy Linn, Joi Gordon, Mrs. Anna Fagre, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Estherville; Mrs. James Buchan, Ceylon; Mrs. Ronald Fay and girl, Synova Nelson, Floyd Eaton, Graettinger; Andrew Skat- ttebo, Wallingford; Bobby De- Vary, Dolllver; Jerry Flink, Jackson. Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Beaudale Zbleske, Carl Higgins, Estherville; Mrs. Rosa Griese, Dolliver; Burr Wright, Terril. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Herbert Bryan, transferred to Rosewood Manor; Mrs. Mary Boggess, Mrs. • Anna Reid, Leslie Cook, Clarence Welp, Mrs. Gerald Nauss, Lori Shryock, Estherville; Mrs. Lillie Molan, Swea City; Carl Lein, Armstrong; Mrs. Eldon Tlam and girl, Dunnell; Tamera Petersen, Alpha, Minn. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. John Weir, Estherville; Mrs. Lillian Bone, Swea City; Lisa Marie Wiseman, Armstrong. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Ronald Thornburg and girl, Kevin Brosh, Estherville; Gerald Stroud, Graettinger; Jonell Williams, Okabena, Minn. ' Admitted Monday: Carolyn Moe, Mrs. Lloyd Anderson, Stewart Ullensvang, Mary Theesfeld, Einer Christensen, Mrs. Bessie Loveland, Estherville; Mrs. Mary Merron, Bancroft; Mrs. Arthur Kruse, Ringsted. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Bessie Loveland, Eric Clark, Mrs. Naomi Perkins, Michael Origer, Mrs. Beaudale Zbleske, Estherville; Richard Adams, Ringsted. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Dec. 29, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reuland, Estherville, a son, 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Born Dec. 31, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krueger, Estherville, a daughter, 10 pounds, 2 ounces.. Two Accidents In County Ice was blamed for a ona-car accident at 12:30 a.m. Monday, resulting in damage to the automobile but no injury, according to a report made at the Emmet County sheriff's office. David Yackle, Dolliver, was driving a 1967 Chevrolet on county gravel road IV2 miles east of Estherville. Upon coming west over a hill, the automobile hit ice and snow and went into the north ditch and rolled over. Damages of $300 were estimated to the rear window, front window and sides of the vehicle. David Wayne Berchenbriter Sustained head cuts in a one-car accident at 12:45 a.m. Monday, according to a report made to the Emmet County sheriff's office. The car which Berchen­ briter was driving, a 1964 Oldsmobile, was termed a total loss. The accident occurred about 2V2 miles west of Estherville on Highway 9. Berchenbriter lost control of the vehicle which went off on the right side of the road and rolled over. He was charged with failure to have control of motor vehicle. Seven Accidents Mar City Over New Year's Weekend ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUESL, JAN. 2, 1973 P &g« 12 Seven accidents mostly caused by slick Estherville streets were investigated by Estherville police over the New Year holiday weekend. An accident involving a panel truck and a car occurred on South Sixth St. south of Central Ave. about 9:20 Friday morning. According to Estherville police, a car driven by Orval Ralph Clark of Estherville was going south on Sixth St. and tried to stop to avoid hitting a car driven by Harold Arthur Sankey of Estherville. Sankey. driving a 1972 Ford slid into the Clark vehicle which was backing from a curb. Damage resulted to the left rear of the Sankey car and to the right front door of Clark's 1968 Dodge panel truck. Estherville police investigated a two-car accident on Central Ave. west of 17th St. about 12:50 Friday afternoon. According to police, a car driven by Marcia Mae Hill of Estherville was headed east in the outside lane of traffic on Central Ave. waiting for a traffic light to change before turning right onto SouJi 17th St. Mrs. Hill's car was then struck in the rear by a car driven by Kevin Harold Sawyer who was also headed east. Damage resulted to the rear end of Mrs. Hill's 1970 Chevrolet. An accident involving two cars occurred at the intersection of Central Ave. and Third St. about 4:55 Saturday afternoon. According to police, John Paul Halverson, Estherville, was stopped and signaling for a left turn when the 1965 Ford he was driving was struck in the rear by a car driven by Thomas Edwin Claussen of Sherburn. Claussen, driving a 1964 Chevrolet, was approaching from the rear going west on Central Ave. when he applied his brakes and slid into the Halverson vehicle. Damage resulted to the front bumper of the Claussen car. A minor accident in the I & R Drive-In parking lot resulted in damage to two cars about 11:10 Saturday night. According to Estherville police, Ronald Ray Soat, Estherville, driving a 1962 Chevrolet, was turning into the I & R Drive- In and slid into the left rear door of a car driven by Delmar Edward Barnes of Spirit Lake, Barnes had stopped to wait for oncoming traffic when the accident occurred. Damage resulted to the left bumper of the Soat car and to Pope Paul VI VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul VI has recovered from influenza and resumed his normal activities except for audiences, the Vatican said today. On doctor's orders, Pope Paul, 75, who had a slight fever Thursday to Sunday, had to skip an outing from the Vatican on Monday to mark the New Year's Day with a Mass among crippled children. the left rear door of Barnes' 1962 Chevrolet. Estherville police investigated a two-car accident about 11:35 Saturday night on South First St south of Central Ave. According to police, Jim Coon, driving a 1963 Chevrolet, was attempting to turn into a driveway at 221 South First and slid into a parked unattended vehicle owned by Steve Allen Whitehouse. Whitehouse was parked in the driveway when the mishao occurred. Damage resulted to the left door of the Whitehouse car, a 1968 Dodge. An Estherville youth, Craig Arthur Sifrit, was charged with traveling to the left of the center line following an accident on Central Ave. west of 13th St. The accident happened about 1:40 Sunday morning. ; Sifrit, driving a 1965 Chevrolet, was going east on Central Ave. and was inserting a tape cassette when he went left of the center line and struck the right rear fender of a car driven by Floyd Kenneth Sidles of Estherville. Sidles, driving a 1956 Ford pick-up was headed west on Central Ave. when the accident occurred. Damage resulted to the right rear fender of the Sifrit car and to the left front fender, grill and right rear fender of the Sidles car. A two-car mishap occurred In the I & R Drive-In parking lot about 3:55 Sunday afternoon, according to Estherville police. A car driven by Charles Chris Seeheck of Estherville was attempting to turn, accelerated and the rear end of his 1972 Mercury skidded around and struck a parked unattended car owned by Clarence or Rosemary Carr in the right front bur per. Damage resulted to the right fender of a 1967 Rambler owned by the Carrs. Named Representative Jerry Hendrickson, right, owner of Estherville Implement Company, Inc., is congratulated by District Manager E. G. Allen after being elected a dealer representative to the International Harvester Agricultural, Industrial Equipment Conference. Dealer conferences are held annually to provide International Harvester dealers an opportunity to discuss matters of mutual interest and to plan ways and means of better servicing their agricultural and industrial equipment customers. Surgery NEW YORK (AP) - Comedian Imogene Coca has undergone surgery for partial face reconstruction and an injured right eye following a Florida auto accident. Miss Coca, onetime television comedy partner of Sid Caesar, was flown here from Florida for the operation at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Doctors termed the operation Monday a "success." HOME & OFFICE SUPPLIES Organize your of lice ... your home and your office at home! 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