Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 4, 1973 · Page 8
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January 4, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 2S Minimum yesterday: -3 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -3 -2 Wind, direction: NW NW Wind, velocity: 15 15 Wind chill factor: -38 Snow: 4 inches ONE YEAR AGO High, 6; Low, -13 NORTHWEST IOWA Increasing cloudiness Thursday night, lows 10 to 15 below zero. Cloudy with a chance of snow Friday, highs 5 to 10 above zero. Precipitation chances 30 per cent Thursday night, 40 per cent Friday. Local Calendar THURSDAY Knights of Pythias — 8 p.m. JOOF Hall. SATURDAY Eastern Star — 7:30 p.m. Installation of officers at Masonic Temple. MONDAY Morning Kiwanis Club—6:45 a.m. at Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens — 2 p.m. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. Past Presidents of American Legion Auxiliary — 1:30 p.m. Dessert luncheon at home of Mrs. Raymond Hasbrook. Area Calendar WALLINGFORD Friday — 8 p.m. Miscellaneous shower for Mr. and Mrs. Myron Linn at Wallingford Lutheran Church. HUNTINGTON Sunday— 2-4 p.m. Open house tor Mr. and Mrs. George Brlx golden wedding anniversary at Huntington Methodist Church. RINGSTED SUSO Topps Club - 3:30 p.m. at Petersen Hardware. TERRIL Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Leonard Rawlings, Merna Bettin, Mrs. Roy Nelson, Mrs. Anna Mitchell, Craig White, Milford Houge, Larry Sundall, Estherville; Mrs. Burton Johnson, Dolliver; Clarence Thu, Graettinger. Dismissed Wednesday: Mary Theesfeld, Sonja White, David Kinnard, Mrs. Ray Taylor, Mrs. Edith Mortenson, Estherville; Mrs. Gaylord Knutson, Dolliver; Lyle Skow, Graettinger; Mrs. Allyn Hansen, Armstrong; Mrs. Edna Stow, Dolliver. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Wayne Schuette, Mrs. Ronald Mortensen, Denise Anderson, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Caroline Wald, Lake Park; Kenneth Jacobsen, Armstrong. No dismissals Wednesday. FAIRMONT - Admitted Saturday: John Rhoda, Elmore. Dismissed Saturday: Ernest Brockman, Clarence S ted man, Mrs. Effie Haeckel, Mrs. William Struck, Fairmont; Mrs. Richard Mather, Mrs. Vardell Hazelhoff, Troy Breese, Swea City; Douglas Payne, Truman; Mrs. Stanley Jorgensen and baby, Ringsted. Admitted Sunday: Henry G. Dahle, Trimont; Milan S. Nagel, Fairmont; Michael Hannaman, Guckeen. Dismissed Sunday: Dawn Michelle Doolittle, Mrs. Arley Nes- moe, Fairmont; Mrs. Dwight Griffith and baby, Welcome. Admitted Monday: James E. Donnelly, Cecil Bursell, Fairmont. Dismissed Monday: George Kehoe, Mrs. PatMcGowan, Fairmont; Willie Ross, Estherville. JACKSON — Dismissed Saturday: Orlyn Jensen, Jackson. Admitted Monday: Mrs. Hurley Morris, Mrs. Henry Hample, Mrs. Mark Helmbrecht, Mrs^ Dena Johnson, Jackson. Dismissed Monday: Rich Hansen, Susan Lusk, Jackson; Leslie Withers, South Beloit, 111, Monday — 4 p.m. Cub Scout Dens 1, 2, and 3. MRS. WILDER Mrs. Wilder Rites Set For Friday Services for Mrs. Frankie Amelia Wilder, 85, Estherville, who died Jan. 2, 1973, will be held Friday. The Rev. Val E. Hauck will officiate at 1 p.m. at Reese-Henry Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Wilder was born Dec. 29, 1887, in Emmet County to Peter A. and Lana Alberts Fouts and was educated in rural schools. She was married to Clarence Wilder on Dec. 13,1910, in Estherville. She lived all her life in Emmet County and was a member of the Methodist Church. Her husband, Clarence, died Oct. 10, 1957. Survivors include 15 nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, two Bisters and three brothers. Friends may call at Reese- Henry Funeral Chapel until time of services. Pallbearers will be Charles Mace, John Wright, Bill Berven, David Kibbie, William R. Johnson and Dennis Eades. Baby Named At Airport Mr. and Mrs. Clair Meyer were honored recently by the Estherville Ambassadors Club after taking over management of the Estherville Airport. Pictured above are, from left, Mrs. Lorraine Meyer, Clair and Ambassador Lee Norvil. New Owner CHRISTIE ANN OSTHEIMER was born Dec. 28, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ostheimer of Tucson, Ariz., and weighed 7 pounds. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Osher, Wallingford, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ostheimer, Estherville. TERI JO KRUEGER was born Dec. 31, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krueger, Estherville, and weighed 10 pounds and 2 ounces. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krueger, Dunnell, and Mrs. Norma Schmeling, Estherville. Great - grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schmeling, Terril, and Mrs. Mamie Petersen, Estherville. Teri has one brother, Travis Lee, 11 months. Jack Creek 4-Hers Hold Holiday Party Parents were special guests for the Jack Creek Happy Hustlers 4-H holiday party held recently in the basement of Immanuel Lutheran Church, south of Gruver. Carols were sung by the group with Mrs. Gerald Schmitt as pianist. Mrs. Ray Fry extended the welcome. The Junior girls presented a skit and the Intermediate and Senior girls each gave readings. Mr. and Mrs. Don Berven were the winners of a riddle game and Lynda England won the scramble word contest. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold White won in "Know Your Mate." Janice Schmitt read Helen Stiener's poem, "Gifts of Love." Gifts were presented and lunch was served from a table decorated in holiday theme. Vickie White offered a table prayer. Punch was served by Anita Prather and coffee by Marquita Weis. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dominy and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Birkland and Marcia, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Christensen and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Flindt and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold White, Vickie, Jean, Mary, Mr, and Mrs. Don Berven and Lori, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Cummins and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert England and Lynda, Mr. and Mrs. Don Price, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmitt, Janice and Cindy, Mrs. John Prather, Anita and Korene, Marquita and Monica Weis, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fry and the Rev. P...L. Mork. The new owner of Montgomery Ward and Company, Carlton Tangen, was recently honored by the Estherville Ambassadors Club. Presenting Tangen, at right, with the traditional cake is Ambassador Don Granstad, right.— Photos by Chuck Ostheimer. Snowstorm Causes Two Accidents Two accidents occurred in yesterday's snowstorm shortly afternoon noon Wednesday on Highway 4, according to reports from •Emmet County sheriffs office. About 12:45 p.m. Kenneth Fagre, Estherville, was driving north on No. 4 about l h mile south of Wallingford when he lost control of the car and it went into the west ditch. Fagre was uninjured. Damages to the automobile, a 1965 Rambler, amounted to $200 to the right side. At 1:15 p.m. a second accident occurred there as traffic slowed down as the drivers saw the automobile in the ditch. Glo­ ria Hawley, Laurens, was driving north in a string of cars and, in slowing down, her vehicle slid partially over the center line and was struck by an oncoming semi, operated by Duane Martin Jr. The semi and Ms. Hawley's vehicle, a 1970 Mercury, each had damages to the left front estimated at $400. Philadelphia has been headquarters for the American Philosophical Society since the Society was founded in 1743, except from 1776 to 1779 because of the Revolutionary War. Romanian Romp Answer to Previous Funic H ACROSS 1 Romania is a country 7The is part of its boundary 13 "Lily maid of Astolat" 14 Spheres of action 15 Church fete 16 Hawkeyes 17 Capable 18 Tilts 20 Employ 21 Made a mock attack 23Koko's weapon 26 Period of time 27 Epochal 31 Musical endings 33 Girl's name 34 Manifest 35 Stratagems 36 Biblical weed 37 Month (ab.) 40 Layer of stones (Scot.) 41 Corrupt 44 Dutch city 47 Female of the sandpiper 48 Seaport (ab.) 51 Climbing palm 53 Epic poetry 55 Take into custody 56 Pirates 57 Cubic meters 58 Conditions DOWN 1 Romania produces much cattle 2 Turkish regiment 3 Final 4 Small violin 5 Anoint (archaic) C Sea nymph 7 Delicate 8 Got up 9 Not used 10 Two-toed sloth 11 Prohibits 12 Being (Latin) 19 Collection of quotes 21 Dreaded 22 Deceive 23 Highlander 24 "New" star 25 European stream 28 Move upward 29 High cards 30 Fewer 32 Street (ab.) 33 Biblical name 37 Emissaries 38 Priority (prefix) 39 Ranters 42 Rub out 43 Station 44 Epochs 45 Bound 46 French verb 48 Small barracuda 49 Father (Fr.) 50 Hardy heroine 52 Threefold (comb, form) 54 Eggs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 It 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 • 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 4 ~r 42 43 44 45 46 47 48" 49 60 St 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 4 Lutheran Congregations Hold New Year's Eve Watch ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS 4 THURS., JAN. 4, 1973 Page 8 WALLINGFORD - Immanuel Lutheran and Wallingford congregations met at Ingham Lake Bible Camp for a New Year's Eve Watch and social. Nina Jorstad showed slides of her trip to Norway, Denmark, Holland and Switzerland. The Rev. N. McLaughlin, Petersburg, Minn., announced plans (or a bus to the Youth Evangelism Conference Jan. 27 in Minneapolis and invited the local youth to go. David Skattebo gave the welcome and announced the program. Julie Saul and Sarah Sprague, Estherville, gave a skit. Raymond Blinkman was in charge of a skit called "Commit Your Future to Christ." Participating were: Raymond Blinkman, Glen Blinkman, Alan Aanonson, Joni Saul and her friend Becky, Sarah Sprague, Don Bryan, Don Aanonson, Larry Gjerde, Marlene Olson, Becky Flint, Randy Bervin, Lori Berven, Michelle West and David Skattebo. The Rev. Wesley Brodin taught an Action Song and gave the meditation. The audience sang with Cynthia Mork (Mrs. Bruce Poole) Escondido, Calif., as accompanist. The Rev. P. L. Mork gave the closing remarks and benediction. A potluck lunch was served. Out-of-town guests were: Barbara Aanonson, Denver, Colo., and her fiance of Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Blume, Faribault, Minn., teachers at the School for the Deaf; Jason Poole, Escondido, Calif.; The Rev. and Mrs. McLaughlin, Petersburg, Minn., and young people from Humboldt and Fort Dodge area. College students attending were: Don Aanonson, Dana at Blair, Neb.; Waldorf College students, Julie Saul, Eileen Olson, and Kathy Skatte­ bo; Irvin Ness, student at Drake; and Richard Blinkman, student at Ottumwa. Gets Degree In Nursing Dianne K. Wunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wunn of Estherville, received a bachelor of science in nursing degree from Creighton University last December. Miss Wunn, enlisting in the Army at the beginning of her junior year in college, will report to Fort Sam Houston near San Antonio, Texas, in the near future following taking her state board examination in. nursing in late January. Dianne will enter the armed forces as a lieutenant. New Dealer Dale King of Estherville has been named a dealer for the Winona Monument Company for the Estherville area. King, who has the business in his home at 802 N. 11th St., says that his company deals in monuments and engraving of monuments already having been installed.—Photo by Chuck Ostheimer Wallingford Miss Gundy Egertson Observes 92nd Birthday Slippery- Accident An accident caused by slick Estherville streets resulted in damage to two cars about 3:10 Wednesday afternoon. The accident occurred on 12th St. south of Central Ave. According to Estherville police, a 1963 Chevrolet driven by Karen Ann Boeckner of Early was going east and began to turn when she slid into a car driven by Thomas J. Easton of Estherville. Bockner attempted to stop but slid on ice. Damage resulted to the right fender of the Bockner car and to the right front and right rear of Eaton's 1973 Pontiac. DIANNE K. WUNN Miss Gundy Egertson observed her 92nd birthday on Christmas Day. Guests were: Mable Refsell, Betty Lundy, Wava Skat­ tebo, Adelia Wolden, Viola Natterstad, Mary Peterson and Millie Sevatson. Norwegian Lefse, doughnuts, cookies, jelly roll and lemon chiffon birthday cake were served. Jesse Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anderson and son, Kim and Duane Anderson returned home from a visit at Love land with Jesse's daughter and family and at Greely with a son, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Anderson and son. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Herum, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Herum, Elsie Herum and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Peterson attended the funeral for a relative, Mrs. O. B. Iverson at Ellsworth Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Howing and family have returned from a holiday trip to visit his parents in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Nordein Peterson and Rhonda have returned from a five-day trip to visit relatives in Tennessee and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Roily Rolf son and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Skattebo were Sunday dinner guests in the Dick Herum home. Steve left New Years Day for wrestling practice at college, Brookings, S.D. The word circus stems from the circular arenas built by the Romans to stage chariot races, battles between men and beasts and other entertainments. The oldest known circus was the Circus Maximus of 329 B. C. MR. FARMER: YOU'LL GET MORE GR0WP0WER WHEN YOU "PLANT" YOUR MONEY WITH US Choose The Interest Rate That You Want ESTHERVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 121 NORTH SIXTH STREET ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 51334

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