Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 5, 1973 · Page 8
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January 5, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 3 Minimum yesterday: -12 WEATHER TODAY Temperatures; -12 -9 Wind, direction: N N Wind, velocity: 4 4 Wind chill factor: -13 Precipitation: trace ONE YEAR AGO High, 4; Low, -13 NORTHWEST IOWA Chance of some light snow Friday night, lows 5 to 10 below zero. Snow threat ending with partial clearing Saturday, highs zero to 5 below. Precipitation chances 30 per cent Friday night, 20 per cent Saturday. Local Calendar 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. Cribbage tournament — 7:30 p.m. At Elks Club, open to public. Estherville Trailbrea It­ ers Snowmobile Club — 8 p.m. At Elks Club. TUESDAY La Leche League — 10 a.m. with Mrs. Gary Paulson, 615 14th Ave. N. Kiwanis Club — Noon at Gard­ ston Hotel. Senior Citizens — 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. Area Calendar HUNTINGTON Sunday— 2-4 p.m. Open house for Mr. and Mrs. George Brix for golden wedding anniversary at Huntington Methodist Church. TERRIL Monday — 4 p.m. Dens 1, 2, and 3. RINGSTED Cub Scout Monday - 3:30 p.m. SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. SUPERIOR Sunday—11 a.m. Church services at United Methodist Church with Sunday School at 10 a.m. Note this is a time change which will be in effect throughout 1973. Tuesday—Goodwill truck will be in Superior; leave contributions with Mrs. L. A. Potter. Tuesday—Happy Hour Club at Henry Clarken home at 2 p.m. PETERSBURG Monday—Petersburg 4-H Club at Town Hall with Colleen We- debrand as guest speaker; installation of officers. Mrs. Nyman Rites Pending Mrs. George (Ethel) Nyman, 79, Swea City, died at 7:05 this morning, Jan. 5, 1973, at Fairmont Community Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Reese - Henry Funeral Home, Swea City. Lunch Menu MONDAY, JAN. 8 Chili, Carrot sticks, Cornbread, Applesauce, Milk. TUESDAY, JAN. 9 Tuna macaroni hot dish, Lettuce salad, Buttered green beans, Cheese sandwich, V2 an orange, Milk. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10 Barbeque beef sandwich on bun, Buttered corn, Fruit cup, Raisin bar, Milk. THURSDAY, JAN. 11 Beef vegetable stew, Cottage cheese, Peach sauce, Caramel peanut butter rolls, Milk. FRIDAY, JAN. 12 Wiener winks, Pork and beans, Pears in gelatin, Chocolate cake, Milk. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: VIRRO Christonsen, Bancroft; Mrs. Marvin Stewart, Graettinger; Merle Hurd, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Robert Behrens, Mrs. Millie NeeJ, Estherville; Vicky Wondcrlich, Bricelyn, Minn. Dismissed Thursday: John Isder, Swea City; Mrs. Rosa Griese, Dolliver; Mrs. Arthur Krusc, Ringsted; Lisa Wiseman, Armstrong; Stewart Ullensvang, Merna Bettin, Mrs. Dorothy Lee, Mrs, Roy Nelson, mrs. Carl Krueger and girl, Estherville. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Elsie Gunderson, Wallingford; Mrs. Milo Ballard, Superior. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Arnetta Neighbor, Mrs. Elsie Caskey, Mrs. Ronald Mortensen, Spirit Lake; Carl Enderson, Arnolds Park; Robert Anderson, James Wolthuis, Milford. FAIRMONT— Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Henry Dege, Fairmont;, George Taft, Ringsted; Irwin Eck, St. James; Reinhardt Wessel, Truman; Timothy Thedens, Guckeen; Ernest A. Johnson, Mt. Lake; Mrs. Duane Nelson, Armstrong. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Henry Linde, Swea City; Mrs. Laurence Sandt, Armstrong; Mrs. Bradley Malmanger and baby, Michael Thate, Mrs. Ray Simon, Fairmont. JACKSON - Admitted Tuesday: Frank Kaderabek, Alfred Wolff, Norma Walterman, Henry Peterson, Sara Smith, Nancy Handcvidt, Jackson. Warranty Deeds Clarey, Raymond H. & Helen M. to Norveil, Richard L. & Jolene K.; EV2 of L 1 & 2 Blk 1 Bartletts Third Addn, E'ville. Darling, Cecil R. by Conser­ vatorship to Rhen, Frederick A.; Part of OL 8 Stalford & Jarvis Addn, E'ville (C.O.D.) Kepler, Delias Jay & Delores Faye to Dahna, Duane C. & Connie J.; N 50' of 3 Blk 5 Lough 's Addn, E'ville. Sandvig, Gordon L. & Matha to Brunskill, John E. & Norma; L 9 Redeemer Lutheran Addn, Eville. Fauell, Willard D. & Ann V. to Jensen, Donald H. & Donna J.; NW/4 23-98-32. Houge, Clarence Duane & Marilyn to Lair, Nona J.; Part of SV2 of 19-99-34. Loebach, Marvin & Marilyn to City of E'ville; Tract near NW/ 4 NWV4 19-99-34 Utility Easement. McMahon, Frances E. & E. C. to McMahon, James F. & Robert C; '/ 8 int. in 31-98-31. Sabin, Arden & Donna to Sjoblom, Michael R.; L 4 Blk 1 First Addn, Armstrong. Tremaine, A. M. & Nancy to Weigelt, Theodore L.; L 7 Blk 21 Orig Plat, Armstrong. Fewell, Willard D. & Ann V. to Jensen, Mabel F.; SWV4 2398-32. Rankin, Monroe H. & Anna M. to Crouch, Jerry L. & Maxine A.; NW/4 NW1 /4 27-99-31 (Contract). Crim, Wayne H. to Commodity Cr Corp, $4995.00; SEi/4 28Dick­ inson Co.; Equip Loan. Crim, Wayne H. to Comm Cr. Corp, $9995.00; Bin & Equip; SVflA 10-100-33; Equip Loan. Lincoln Handy Helpers Meet An all-day meeting of the Lincoln Handy Helpers 4-H Club was held at the home of Mrs. De- Vary. Cookies and candy were packed and distributed to the Senior Citizens of Dolliver. The club ulsopackedanddeliveredap- ples and oranges for the people at the County Farm. Officers were elected as follows: Peggy Levell, president; Ann Montgomery, vice-president; Amy Montgomery, secretary; Suzan Hansen, treasurer; Mary Neppel, reporter; Lori Miller, historian; Suzan Olney, photographer. Truman Stamp WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Postal Service plans to issue a special postage stamp in memory of former President Harry S. Truman, who died Dec. 26. Deadline Extended Due to the holidays, the deadline for entries in the Women's City Bowling Tournament has been extended to Jan. 9. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS f FRL JAN. 5. 1973 Page 8 Former Estherville Youth Killed in Car-Bus Crash ONE OF TWO TRANSFORMERS purchased by the city for the new power plant Is shown before being readied for installation. Russ Van Horn, job superintendent for the Harold K. Scholz electrical contracting firm, said the 57;000 pound transformer will interconnect between.two switch boards and transform 2,400 volts to 12,470 Volts. The transformer has a capacity of 10,000 kilo-volt ampers. Van Horn said Estherville purchased the transformer from the Westinghouse Corp. for about $38,000 and service from the transformer is expected to begin in April. Van Horn said a bigger transformer weighing 127,000 pounds and having a 15,000 kva capacity is expected to arrive in early February.—Photo by Jim Ferree Charles Everett Raney, 15, son of Commander and Mrs. Charles Raney of Binghamton, N.Y., was killed in a bus-auto accident Wednesday evening, Jan. 3, 1973, near Binghamton. He was with a swimming team returning from a meet. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Estherville Lutheran Church with the Rev. Oscar Engebretson officiating. Interment will be made in Lutheran Cemetery in Estherville. He was born April 6, 1957, in Estherville to Charles and Dorothy Valen Raney. He had lived in Binghamton the past two years and was a sophomore in high school there. Surviving are his parents; two brothers, David and Gary; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Arthur Valen, Estherville; his pa­ ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Raney of Livermore. His father is serving in the U.S. Navy, stationed in Binghamton. Music for the services here will be provided by Carolyn GJerde, vocalist, and Mrs. Arthur Voetmann, organist. Pallbearers will be Floyd Raney, Lyle Doege, Donald Valen, Haria nd Bergeson, Glen Roberts and Michael Isder. The body is to be returned to Estherville Saturday and will lie in state Saturday evening and Sunday at Reese-Henry Funeral Home in Estherville. U.S. Bombs Kill 1,318 TOKYO (AP) - North Vietnam announced today that a preliminary survey showed 1,318 persons were killed and 1,261 wounded by U.S. bombing raids on Hanoi last month. A communique of a special investigating committee said that, in 10 days of bombing between Dec. 18 and Dec. 29, American planes made more than 1,000 sorties against the North Vietnamese capital. It said 40,000 tons of bombs were dropped, devastating densely populated areas. The U.S. Command in Saigon has withheld its own report on the bombing damage. One of every two children who get measles, will, for as long as a year afterward, tend to be in poor health. Add Three Night Classes To Adult Ed Program Three evening classes — Aviation Ground School; Welding, Oxygen and Acetylene; and ABC Stenoscript — have been added to the list of adult education classes offered by the Estherville Community Schools in cooperation with Iowa Lakes Community College. Aviation Ground School will Vehicles Collide An Estherville woman, Margie Lorraine Burrell, was charged with improper backing following an accident about 9:50 Thursday morning. The accident occurred on North Ninth St. south of Fifth Ave., according to police. Verla Mae Peterson of Estherville reportedly was driving her 1966 Plymouth north on Ninth St. when the car she was driving was struck In the right rear fender by a 1966 Chevrolet driven by Burrell. Damage resulted to the right rear fender of the Peterson car. Brochures Are Mailed Brochures announcing adult education classes being offered by Area in school districts in cooperation with Iowa Lakes Community College have recently been distributed to homes throughout the five-county area. Anyone who did not receive a copy of the brochure and would like one should contact the adult education supervisor of his local school, according to the Department of Adult and Continuing Education of the college. be held in the ILCC building, according to Harley Gesiriech, local adult education supervisor. The class will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. beginning on Monday, Jan. 8. ABC Stenoscript, also to be held in the ILCC building, will run from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. beginning Tuesday, Jan. 9. Welding, Oxygen and Acetylene will be held in the high school shop between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. beginning Wednesday, Jan. 10. Because of the limited equipment, the size of the class must be limited to 10 students. To pre-register for any of the classes, call Harley Gesiriech at 362-2292 days or 362-5744 nights or Iowa Lakes Community College. Formal registration and collection of class fees will be handled during the first class meeting. Ivan Sum ma To Instruct Grain Program Estherville Community Schools in cooperation with Iowa Lakes Community College will offer a grain hedging program. Ivan Summa, Superior Elevator manager, will be instructor for this course. The organizational meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 8, at the Superior Elevator. Anyone interested in attending the course may register by calling Superior Elevator, Zenith 2315; Iowa Lakes Community College, Harley Gesiriech. Tuition will be $2.50 and after the organizational meeting the class will meet in the Estherville Junior High Cafeteria. The 19-foot bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson was erected in the Jefferson Memorial in 1943. PLEASE NOTE Due To The Showing Of Children's Matinees This Weekend There Will Be No Sunday Afternoon Showing Of The Regularly Scheduled Attraction. NOW THRU SATURDAY! 2 TOP STARS — 2 BIG HITSl GRAND THEfl TER • ES THER VIL L E RIO LOBO SUNDAY—MONDAY—TUESDAY JAN. 7 -8-9 [in new screen splendor...11ie most magnificent picture ever!! CLARK GABLE VIVIEN LEIGH OLMAdeHAVILLAND Q "GONE WITH THEWIND" SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MAT. JAN. 6*7 SATURDAY & SUNDAY -2 P.M. ONLY "FLIPPER'S NEW ADVENTURE" All Seats 75 c It Keeps the Wheels Of Time Turning For a Better Tomorrow S cientific technology and advancement take time. But, when each individual is working for the same goal . . . progress is possible. We see it today in our own community. Our own achievements work for us. There are many opportunities in many Fields of labor. They all boost our economy, make each day a little bit brighter... a little bit better. With continued dedication, this year can be prosperous for one and all. * * * * * STATEMENT. OF CONDITION at the Close of Business December 31, 1972 RESOURCES: Cash and Due from Banks U. S. Bonds Municipal Bonds and Warrants Other Bonds Federal Funds Sold $1,679,161.99 $1,954,795.69 $2,416,283.12 $ 764,843.97 $1,500,000.00 Total Cash, Bonds, Securities, Due from Banks Loans and Discounts (Including Overdrafts) Interest Earned but Not Collected Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures Prepaid Expense Accrued Interest on Assets Purchased Other Assets TOTAL RESOURCES [( LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL: Deposits Reserves for Expenses Accrued and Unpaid Income Collected but Not Earned Reserves CAPITAL: Common Stock Surplus Undivided Profits TOTAL CAPITAL TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL $ 8,315,084.77 $10,451,689.08 $ 184,819.59 $ 259,621.26 $ 11,576.97 $ 26.72 $ 20,000.00 $19,242,818.39 $17,447,711.09 $ 148,272.09 $ 172,372.63 $ 186,595.82 $ 300,000.00 $ 400,000.00 $ 587,866.76 $ 1,287,866.76 $19,242,818.39 IOWA TRUST & SAVINGS BANK "Four Instant Interest Bank" ft

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