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

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, January 8, 1973
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 6 Minimum yesterday: -5 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M Temperatures: -5 -5 Wind, direction: NW NW Wind, velocity: 10 10 Wind chill factor: -27 Snow: x h inch ONE YEAR AGO High, 28; Low, 15 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly cloudy through Tuesday. Occasional light snow or snow flurries Monday night. Colder Monday night and Tuesday. Lows Monday night 7 to 15 below. Highs Tuesday zero to 5 below. Chance of precipitation is 30 per cent Monday night and 20 Tuesday. Area Calendar SUPERIOR 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. WALLINGFORD Wednesday— 9 a.m. Wallingford Legion Auxiliary at Legion Hall. Local Calendar MONDAY Cribbage Tournament — 7:30 p.m. At Elks Club, open to public. Estherville Trailbreak- 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. ^JSehior Citizens — 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. •' CONCERN - 3 p.m. At Barber •Hall, open to public. ' Wa-Tan-Ye — 6:15 p.m. Dinner lat Gardston Hotel. ' TOPS - 7 p.m. City Hall. WEDNESDAY 2 p.m. Commun- Pinochle — ity Center. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Friday: Mrs. James Campbell, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Helen Bowers, Okoboji; Mrs. Thomas Blom, Superior. Dismissed Friday: Denise Anderson, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Louis Carstensen, Mrs. Caroline Wald, Lake Park. Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Francis Moeller, Mrs. John Drexler, Milford; Barbara Bell, Spirit Lake; Kevin Hasara, Lake Park; Oscar Froelich, Algona. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Bill Loftis, Mrs. Violet Koob, Gifford Gamble, Spirit Lake; Kevin Hasara, Lake Park; Mrs. Donald Guge, Estherville. Admitted Sunday: Shirley Hamilton, Milford; Mrs. Glenn Lawyer, Elwood Gilbert, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Sunday: Oscar Olson, Spirit Lake; Oscar Froelich, Algona. FAIRMONT— Admitted Wednesday: Fred Weber, Mrs. Ernest Zeitz, Fairmont. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Linus Vaske, Bancroft; Mrs. James Brock, Rings ted; Cecil Burse 11, Fairmont; Jeff Bryant, Estherville; Timothy Theden, Granada; Henry Wall, Mountain Lake. Admitted Friday: Mrs. Carl Garbers, Wallace Murphy, Daniel Drude, Mrs. Marcus.Berg, Mrs. John Harris, Fairmont; Mrs. Louis Malady, Bingham Lake; Frank Scheff, Sherburn. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Carl Rosen, Northrop; Mrs. Walter Wolter, Fairmont; Mark Von Ehwegen, Terril. JACKSON — Admitted Thursday: Mrs. R. A. (Gus) King, Alpha. Dismissed Thursday: Lawrence Larson, Jackson, transferred to Rochester. Admitted Friday: Mark Thobe, Jackson. Dismissed Friday: Sara Smith, Osmund Gillie, Jackson. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Jan. 2, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beert, Sherburn, girl, 6 pounds, 7 ounces. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Friday: Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Alfred Henderson of Good Samaritan Center, Mrs. Robert Brunskill, Rose Jensen, Estherville; James Thompson, Lone Rock; Marshall Prescott, Armstrong; Gordon Halvorson, Ceylon; Mrs. Gertrude Reinders, Graettinger. Dismissed Friday: Rhonda Marr, Mrs. Carolyn Bates, Mrs. William Van Horn, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Estherville; Mrs. Mary Merron, Bancroft; Burr Wright, Terril; Johnny DeVary, Dolliver. Admitted Saturday: Archie Poyzer, Mrs. Alice Nourse, Mrs. Maurice Seylar, Mrs. Art Kaltved, Mrs. Richard Mayer, Timothy Burge, Estherville; Mrs. Arthur Kruse, Ringsted; Mrs. Rissie Champaine, Ceylon. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Burton Johnson, Dolliver; Mrs. Martin Stewart, Graettinger; Glendon Prescott, John Dallman Jr., • Terril; Alfred Schrieber, Emmetsburg; Gordon Halvorson, Ceylon; Marvin Caffee, Mrs. Lloyd Anderson, Mrs. Robert Behrens, Larry Sundall, Mrs. Paul Trosin and boy, Estherville. Admitted Sunday: Clifford Clark, Gerald Richardson, Debra Clark, Mrs. Sabina Mata, Mrs. Emma Enerson, Harry Simpson, Charlie Johnson, Merle Andre, Dwight Schrodt, Estherville; Shelley Sondergaard, Spencer; Steven Morris, Dolliver; Mrs. Amos Egeland, Wallingford. Dismissed Sunday: Milford Houge, Einer Christensen, Estherville; Mrs. Charles Heidenwith and girl, Swea City; Vicky Wonder lich, Bricelyn, Minn.; Ann Weirs, Alpha, Minn. Baby Named RINGSTED - Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jorgensen are parents of a son, David George, born Dec. 26, 1972, weighing 11 pounds, 3 ounces, at Fairmont Community Hospital. He has three half-sisters and 7 half-brothers. Mrs. George Harvey of Gruver is his grandmother. LISA MARIE BRADEEN was born Dec. 26, 1972 at the Holy Family Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Bradeen, 620 22nd Ave. N., Estherville, weighing 7 lbs. 6 ozs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bradeen, 608 S. 9th, Estherville and maternal grandfather is E. L. Book, 608 22nd Ave. N. Estherville. She has one sister, Julie, 12 and one brother, Steven, 10. ERICA ANN FAY was born Dec. 26, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, Iowa, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fay, Graettinger, Iowa, and weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fay, Wallingford, Iowa, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rolfson of Wallingford, Iowa. RENEE SUE TLAM was born Dec. 26, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, Iowa, to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Tlam, Dunnell, Minn., and weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ira Tlam, Dunnell, Minn., and maternal grandparent is Mrs. Edna Stern, Austin, Minn. Greeting Renee is one brother, Daryl, 3 years old. EARIC THOMAS BALLOU was born Dec. 29, 1972, at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Capt. and Mrs. Ross H. Ballou, Colorado Springs, Colo., and weighed 4 pounds, 8 ounces. Paternal grandparent is Mrs. Merval Ballou of Primghar, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rolfson, Graettinger, Iowa. This is Capt. and Mrs. Ballou's first child. CHAD ROBERT REUL AND was born Dec. 29, 1972, at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, Iowa, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reuland, Estherville, Iowa, and weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Paternal grandparent is Matt Reuland, Superior, Iowa, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tindall, Graettinger, Iowa. Welcoming home Chad are four sisters: Julie, 8; Christine, 6; Molly, 3, and Jennifer, V/2. Mike McCarthy Joins Marines Michael P. McCarthy, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy of Estherville, has enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps for four years. He enlisted in the Ground Combat Support Program and has been assigned to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at San Diego, Calif. After completion of his training he will return home for a short leave. Mike attended Estherville High School prior to entering the Marine Corps. John Lester In Africa To Study John Lester, son of Dr. and Mrs. Russell Lester of Estherville, a junior at Augustana College in Sioux Falls is one of a group of students studying the 'Ecology of East Africa' under a special course structured for the college's January Interim period. The students will spend the month of January in the intensive study of one subject. Lester and other Augustana students, under the tutelage of Dr. Larry Tieszen, associate professor of biology, are presently engaged in a tour which includes the African nations of Kenya and Tanzania. During their four-week overseas excursion the students will go on safari to several parks for behavioral and ecological observations of animals in their natural habitat. Areas to be visited include Mt. Kenya, Lake Nakura, Mara and Serengeti Parks, Olduvai Gorge, Ngoron- gora Crater, Kilimanjaro, Tsavo Park and Indian Ocean coral reefs. Interviews with governmental and scientific officials will point out the economic, political, agricultural and conservation problems associated with having large parks in developing countries. Rites Held Monday for Mrs. Nyman Services were held at 2 p.m. today (Monday) for Mrs. George (Ethel Mary) Nyman, 79, Swea City, who died Friday, Jan. 5, 1973. The Rev. Julius Peterson officiated at the funeral at Immanuel Lutheran church, with interment made in Harrison Township Cemetery, Swea City. Reese - Henry Funeral Home, Swea City, was in charge of arrangements. She was born May 13, 1893, in London, Ontario, Canada, to Mr. and Mrs. James McFadden. When she was a child, the family moved to Jewell, Iowa, and later to the Algona area,, where she attended school. She took college training at Iowa State Teachers College and then the University of Colorado, and taught school for 27 years, 10 years in Greenville, and also in Bancroft and Swea City and rural schools. She was married to George Nyman May 18, 1940, in Swea City. She was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Swea City. Survivors include her husband, George, Swea City; five sisters, Mrs. Sarah Weston, Blue Earth, Mrs. Katherine Baker, Eagle Grove, Mrs. Winifred Schillinger and Mrs. Allen Salsbury, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Wayne Anderson, Alta; three brothers, Milton McFadden, Safford, Ariz., Delmer McFadden, Fort Dodge, and Stewart McFadden, Algona. She was preceded in death by her parents, one sister and one brother. Former Area Resident Dies In Algona GRAETTINGER - Maynard Marvin Hulbert, 59, Algona, a former resident of Graettinger- Wallingford area, died apparently of a heart attack Jan. 6, 1973. He was found dead where he had been shoveling snow. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Methodist Church in Swea City. Wilson's Funeral Home in Algona is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Hulbert was born April 8, 1913, in Palo Alto County to the late Fred and Ida Herke Hulbert. He received his education in Graettinger schools and was married Oct. 20, 1934, to Bernice Flier in Swea City. They farmed in the Graettinger and Wallingford area until his wife died in 1970, when he retired to a home which he purchased in Algona. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. John (Delores) Black of Algona and Mrs. David (Carol) Fitz of Sioux Falls, S.D.; and two sons, Lyman Lee of Fonda and Myron Maynard of Rapid City, S.D.; 10 grandchildren; two brothers, Alfred of Ledyard and Mansel of Swea City. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 8, 1973 Pog^ 8 The harpy eagle has stubby wings and a broad tail, giving it tremendous speed and maneuverability. Diving swiftly and striking with great force, harpies kill and lift to their nests animals that weigh as much as they do. Weekend Accidents Plague City > THATCHER JOHNSON Select Deputy Ag Secretary Thatcher Johnson, 44, of Madrid was named Iowa Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Tuesday by Agriculture Secretary Robert Lounsberry. It was Lounsberry's first day as agriculture secretary. Johnson, former lumberman and contractor in Gowrie, was active in Lounsberry's campaign last fall. He received a bachelor's degree in political science from Drake University last August. Lounsberry said he and Johnson agree on basic concepts of running the State Agriculture Department and said Johnson's business experience will be helpful to him as deputy secretary. Offer Course In Management A management by objectives course for government em­ ployes, either elected or appointed, is being offered by Iowa Lakes Community College starting Tuesday, Jan. 23, at the Iowa Lakes Community College south attendance center in Emmetsburg. The class will meet from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday for seven weeks. Lindy McGrane, Spencer businessman and formerly of the Iowa State CIRUS, will be the instructor. The course is designed to give governmental supervisors and managers a practical tool for planning and controlling the work of their departments. Two Women Hurt in Falls Two women were admitted to Holy Family Hospital over the weekend as a result of injuries suffered in falls. Mrs. Rissie Champaine, 83, Ceylon, Minn., sustained two broken ribs and entered the hospital Saturday. She is reported in good condition but will remain hospitalized for some time. Mrs. Amos Egeland, 68, Wallingford, broke her right wrist and was hospitalized Sunday. She is expected to be released Tuesday. Breaks Leg While Skiing Shelley Sondergaard, 14, Spencer, sustained a broken leg in a ski area and was admitted to Holy Family Hospital Sunday. She is reported doing well and is to be released shortly. Its Here! THE BEAUTIFUL WINTER ISSUE. . . I0WAN MAGAZINE featuring a . . . 4-PAGE SPREAD ON ESTHERVILLES WINTER SPORTS FESTIVAL HURRY! SUPPLY IS LIMITED! DAILY HEWS Estherville police investigated eight separate accidents in the city but no persons were reportedly injured. An accident involving two cars occurred at the intersection of North Sixth St. and First Ave. N. about 1:10 Friday afternoon. According to police, Douglas Wayne Grems, Estherville, driving a 1973 Ford, was backing from a parking stall and struck a car stopped at a stop light. Leo James Clare, driving a 1967 Chevrolet, was stopped at a red light when the accident occurred. Damage resulted to the right rear panel of the Clare car. A car and truck were involved in an accident at the intersection of North 17th St. and First Ave. N. about 4:40 Friday afternoon. According to police, a 1972 Chevrolet truck driven by Robert Dean Hockett of Estherville, was proceeding north on North 17th St. attempting to turn right to avoid an accident when the car he was driving was struck by a car driven by Harmon Omar Veldey of Estherville. Veldey, 1 driving a 1971 Dodge, was heading east on First Ave. N. when he slid and struck the Hockett car. Damage resulted to the right front of the Veldey car and to the left rear fender of the Hockett vehicle. An accident caused by a slick Estherville street resulted in damage to a car about 7:45 Friday, according to Estherville police. Timothy Dale King, driving a 1968 Ford, was proceeding north on West First St. S. and lost control on the slippery road spinning 180 degrees and struck a utility pole on the east shoulder of the road. Damage resulted to the fender, grill and bumper of the King vehicle. A two-car accident happened Willey, Young On Dean's List At Morningslde Debra A. Willey and Roberta A. Young, both of Estherville, have been named to the Dean's Honor List at Morningside College in Sioux City for the first semester of the 1972-73 school year, according to Academic Dean, Dr. Raymond Nelson. Miss Willey, a sophomore majoring in music education, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs, Elmer Willey and Miss Young, a junior majoring in music education, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. Young. at the intersection of South 17th St and Central Ave. about 4 p.m. Saturday. According to police, a car driven by MarciaJoann Juergens of Estherville was going north on South 17th St. and couldn't stop because of the slippery conditions and struck a car driven by Timothy Jan Danielson of Estherville. Damage resulted to the front end of a 1971 Rambler driven by Juergens and to the bumper and rear grill of a 1964 Mercury driven by Danielson. An accident involving a truck and a pickup occurred in the Kentucky Fried Chicken parking lot about 5 p.m. Saturday, according to Estherville police. Blaine Edward Schenck, Estherville, driving a 1962 Chevrolet pickup, was pulling out of the parking lot when he struck a car driven by David Alan Stewart of Graettinger. Damage occurred to the front bumper Of a 1969Chevroletpick- up owned by Stewart. A one-car accident on North Ninth St. resulted in front end damage to the vehicle. The accident occurred Sunday afternoon. According to police, Kevin Edward Buell was driving a 1969 Ford north on West North Ninth St. and another unknown vehicle attempted to pass and cut in too close, edging the Buell car into a ditch where it struck a gas pipe. A two-car accident occurred at the east entrance of the Holiday Service station Saturday afternoon, according to Estherville police. Lars Adrian Tendal, Estherville, driving a 1957 Chevrolet, was traveling west in the north lane of Central Ave. and attempted to turn right into the east entranc e to the Holiday Service station. Tendal thought he was turning too short, stopped and backed up and stopped again when he was struck by a car driven by Bruce David Gervais of Jackson. Damage resulted to the right front fender of the Gervais vehicle, a 1967 Pontiac. An Estherville woman was charged with failing to yield the right of way following a two-car accident at the intersection of North 17th St. and First Ave. North. According to police, Margaret G. Steiner of Estherville was driving her 1972 Dodge east on First Ave. N. when she was struck by a car driven by Gail Elizabeth Enderson of Estherville. Enderson was charged with failing to yield the right of way. Damage resulted to the left rear door and left rear quarter panel of the Steiner car and to the front of Enderson's 1966 Rambler. A rare edition of a best seller. 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