Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 10, 1973 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 10, 1973
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Mrs. E. G. Swanson Services Thursday The Weather OFFICIAL TCMrnnrL-ssrs Maximum ;<rs*frda>-: - W>W WE.ATHEK TVlOVi Tesnperssirfs: wind. di^tv-cj«t: Wind, vekvity; 5f » fev! chili {KW: -*t v\\T YEAR J.GO Kitei. Sr.; low, -1 NORTHWEST IO*A C«K.iocr*fc«- clouifck-ss arc s litrkr warnser WCV±*->OA> n^cbt, k «vs :erc » J b?*c*. Oecreas- inc. ckudi^rss Thursday hiph> f to 14. *>tvi.r»;l£i !0r chances IP per ceot. Deaths Mrs.. S*e.-»i .Vrs-er.. M, uraet- si^?pr. died s; 3:li- pjr.. .las. S, 1?73. Fusnaai; Funeral Bcerse is ebarjre. He>tT, Bowers. ~t,. Cfeobo.ii, died Jan. 1?73. Local Calendar WEDNESDAY WWI Yets and Auxiliary- &3P pjr_ Potluck. meat famished, no gift exchange, ai Cirv Hall. Order of Eastern Star — S jua. Regular meeting at Masonic Temple. THURSDAY Ladies Day — 10 a-m. a; Holiday Motntair.. Seci^r Citireris — Noon. Pollock dinner at Community Cesser. North Sxar 447 — 6:30 pjc. DEiner: S runt. Regular meeting. Decree of Hooor — 7:30 p.m. IOOF Hall. Fine Arts Dept., EstberviUe Women's Club — 7:45p.m. Meets' a: home of Mrs. Ralph A. Jofmsoa: Bring creative writing. Five - Counrv school beard meeting — S p.m. Rocmida building. Estherville Bus tie Rustlers— 8:3* p-m. Square dance at Elks Hall, Warren Rowles, caller. Area Calendar DOLUYER Tbarsd&y, C p.m. — DaUiver United X&ethodist Women at home of Mrs. Lee Boll. SUPERIOR Tharsday, t p.JR.— United Methodist Wcenec at H. D. Cfl-gTee hoiae. TERSIL Thursday — LsHberan Men's Clnb at cbsrcli in evening. Thursday — Rifhioyd Lodge at Masosi- TerapSe ir evening. Correction fc the Es-therrille accidents report is Tuesday's Bailv News, a collision of an autorrtoc&k operated fcjy George Raynxxd Edea Jr. of Swea City wfcfc a car owned by Fay Maaa. Esjaervflle, was iararrecoy reported as occurring Moaiay raorairg. Tne taae sixiaid have beea ?:ls p ™ Moo- day. EISCHEID'S SPENCER LIVESTOCK SALES,INC. SALE TIME 1 P.M. THURSDAYS When You Are Ready To Sel! Livestock, Se Sure To Call Us For Free On The Form Appraisals. We Hcve Orders For A!! Crosses Of Livestock. WE BUY AND SELL DAILY! Auctions Every Thursday At 1 P.M. PHONE COLLECT: Jonn or Joe Eiicheic 2624360 OR 262-1321 Local Hospital VSTKiSYn -lF - .Admitted !te >a*i- Kcix-rt Etheriagwev Mrs, lesrer iadk 1 *. Dennis Reis- aw, Kelly Ciristensen, FraaK Snpky. Lisa Aatierscci. Cari RfiSfr, Es-ther^iUe. Dssmisss^ Tuesday: De-bra CUrk Mrs. Nabina Mata, Kelly dfristeasen. Dr. Wiiliani Joho- scm. transferred to Go>i Samar i- taa Ceater. Arciiie Pojier, Es- SierviUe; Mrs. .Amos Eseland, «allingford: James Tticsapson, Looe SocK; Arnold Olson, Wali- ingford; Merle Hurd, Spirit Lake. Area Hogpilalg DICKINSON COUNTY - -Ad- nutted Tuesday; Mrs. David Davis, Randall w jr.a, Milford; Mrs, Ernest Langfia. Mrs. Larry Sash. Spirit Lake; Terry Morrow. Lake Park Deborah Hasa, Es-ti»?.rviUe. Disrrjssec Tuesday: Mrs. Tboznas Bkcn, Supe-jor; Sar- b&ra Sell. Cecil Richards, Spirit La>»e. FAIRMONT — Admitted Monday: Guy Kaisli. Lee Aar. Cypbers, OctD W. Furscxm, Heraan D. Giese*e, Mrs. Donald Totxfce Sr., Fairinoct; Robert Creliin, Lakeiiew MeCwdist Hoof: Mrs. Louise Neiuel, Heron Lake; Clarence Reiac, Doiliver; John Koch, Trtooat; Henry Hage, LakeTieki. Dismissed Mcxiday: Mrs. Leonard Been and baby, Sber- burn; Mrs. J OE Facbs aad baby, Bhie Earth: Mrs. Michael Grotte and baby, Granada: Ernest Johnson, Mountain Lake; Mrs. Wayne Lun, Granada; Mrs. Louis Maladj", Bingham Late; Mrs. Sel- roer Norem, Fairmota; John H. Rboda, Elmore. JACKSON — Admitted Monday: Mrs. Henry Olson, R. O. Anderson. Daniel Pike, Heather Goering, Jackson. Dismissed Monday: Elaine Krenik, Henry Peterson. Jackson; Mrs. Gus King and baby, Paul Raggow. Janet Hoffman, -Alpha; Breoda HilL DumelL Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY" — Bom Jan. 9, 1?73, to Mr. and Mrs. David Davis, Milford, a daughter, S pounds, S -r ouoces. FAIRMONT - Born Jan. S, 1973. to the Kev. and Mrs. Harvey Kiemnan, Dsinoell, girL 7 pounds, 4 ounces. Fractures Arm On Playground Kelly Christeosea, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christensen of Estherville, was treated Tuesday for a fracture of ber right arm. She received the injbry fa a fall on a school playground. Sbe wai treated at Holy Family- Hospital and released. Mrs. E. G. S*anson, DunnelL died earb Jan. 9, 1973, in Su Peter Community Hospital, Minnesota, after an extended illness. Funeral services will be held in lmn>anuel Lutheran Church in Danneli at 2 p.m. Thursday with tne Rev. Jons Leaf officiating, bterroent will be made in Lake Frenwot Cemetery ir. DunneU. She was born Laura A. Peterson to C. L. and Ida Peterson on Sept. 23, ISiS. or. the Peterson hociestesd in Lake Fremont Township Martin County, Mian. Her parents were pioneers of the coirjnuratj. Edacated at Gustavus Adolnhus Acadeny and College and at Mankato Stare Coi- lege, she taught school ir. the Dunne 11 area for raany years. Soe w-as married June 30, 1917, J» Emil G. Swanson, who died in 19f4. Sbe was a iifeioag member of bnmanuel Lutheran Church in DunneU. For 30 years she was the DunneU correspondent for Estherville Daily New*, Fairmont Sentinel and Sherburn Advance. She took a keeri interest and was active in community, county and state affairs in such organizations as church, school, study club, P.T.A. and historical groups. Community recognition was given her in an SOtfc birthday celebration for her in September. Survivors include nertwochil- Emmet County Bank Adds Two Directors Clifford Hunt of Estherville and Dale Johanson of Ringsted were new members elected to the Emmet County State Bank's board of directors at its annual stockholders meeting held Tuesday. Re-eiected to th* board, which was increased from five to seven members, were James A. Currell, Charles R. Currell, Robert S. Knight and Delbert C. Kinsch, all of Estherville and Robert L. Currell of Spirit Lake. The stockholders were also informed that bank totals had shown a growth of over 53.5 million to a record high of 8£2,387,045.16. Mayne Picks David Scott David J. Scon, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Scon of Spirit Lake, has been appointed by Congressman Wiley Mayne to the United States Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs for classes beginning in the summer of 1973. Also appointed to service academies by Mayne were Scott M. Johnson of Fort Dodge to the Air Force Academy, Gordon N. Freeburg Jr., of Sioux City to the United States Military Academy at West Point, Michael D. Couley of Correctionville, Douglas D. Grau of Denison and Ray H. EdgingtOE of Mapleton to the U. S, Naval Academy. FARM AUCTION As 1 have sold my farm and am moving out of the country I will bold a public auction or my farm Socatted 3 miles West of Estherville on Highway 9 then 1 mile Sooth or miles West af Estherville Golf Course then l z mile North on: MONDAY, JANUARY 15th SALE STARTS AT 12.-45 P.M. LUNCH ON GROUNDS 4 TRACTORS Oliver model 1S>? diese! camp with wide front, f—_ weights. Year-Raund cab witr. tinted glass, windshield wipers, doubie fan. beater and radio, 3 point hitch. 3-way hydraulic duals, low boars. Trscror was not used in 19*S i. Rear and front tires are new : McCarmick model M witfc good rubber, jjst overhauled: Mounted 2MH 2-row core packer with grease bank, nen 4 !ug snapping rollers, always shedded. Picker used very littie; John Deere model A tractor, roU-o-snatic, power trolL live hydraulic and water pump: 1539 McCormiek Deering model F-2C' with independent foot brakes, road gear: OTHER MACHINERY John Deere rubber tired wagon witi hois^ 6x12 sree: barge box: John Deere rubber tired wagon wit± hoist, steel Hare box; Luaaeil rubber tired wagoc wiri flat rack: Sew Holland rubber tired wagoc wits hoist; McCormick Deering endgate seeder; 16 ft. 2 wheel impiejoent trailer: McCormick 4 bar rubber tired rake: McCormick 7 ft. cr»«or mower: POWER MACHINERY Oln-er semi SJOUE : model >6c 5 barrorr. 16"* tractor plow with am arts creas-eiess ripple coulters; Other rear majnt doable spring toocr c—:vator w;tr. roll shields: New Eiodei B'rtT 19-ft. 2" wneel taudeEC disc sssed »ery little: New Holland mane re spreader with PTO, ia« new; Ne« Holland model Soper 66 baler: McC-ortrick Deering 1? ft- spriag tooti: harrow: Soderbane traiier type sprayer witi Tf ana Sf ft. boots and dowz splits: Jahc Deere 4 row rocary boe; Terfehr 4 boctarr stubble tamer: Jahc Deere 5£ f-_ grais eie- »*tor with PTO drive: Nacse i sertior. ieier flexible harrcm: Mc- CfSTSEJes Deeriag S ft windrower: McCanr.ick Deering made! 32 laaaer w ;tr both "tuckets: Johr. Deere tr>;»del 494 4-row corr. plaster with dis: apeners and j-atoer press wrtesls. FEEDING EviTPMENT, FEED. COMBINE EOtSEfiOLD GC»OCIS .AND MISCELLAXFOLIS Al"'CTK»XEES NOTE: i looking for a gcod sharp, combine. tractor and plow jast like aew. as well as a good line of other machinery , this- sale has it Na too tsary ssaii items, we will be selling Traw part of machinery at 1 e'eoci. sharp. See yoc there Manda>. Jaaatry I5tr.. — LLOYD AND CLAIR CLARK VOT RESF."INSSLE FCe ACCIDENTS ISUA1 A1CT10N TEEMS NO PSOPEHTY' ?XMO«"E25 UNTIL SETTLED FOR RAYMOND THIEL. owner LLOYD CLASK, Ariiistraag L CLAEt CLARK, Ceyiac— Aucuoaeers 10*A TEiST 4 SAYINGS BANK OF ESTHERVT-IE - Ge.-k NCRS. E. G. SWANSON" dren, Mrs. Chester (Marian) Johnson of St. Peter and E. Keith Swanson of LaCrosse, Wis., and five grandchildren. ESTHERVILLE DAILY' NEWS, WED., JAN. 10, 1973 Page 6 OSHA Night Course Set ••DICKEXSIAX CXYXDITIOXS" are what these militants are militating about in London as they seek to confront Mrs. Margaret Thatcher. Britain's education minister. In this case. Dk-kensian conditions mean a partialiy roofed school with outside toilets which frequently freeze up in winter—one of the seats of trouble. The Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, usually called '*OSHA"for short, is the subject of a night course that will get underway on Monday, January 15, at the Spirit Lake High School, Although OSHA applies to all phases of occupational safety and health and to all employers, this Spirit Lake course will focus specifically on the responsibilities of construction contractors and subcontractors. The types of subcontractors who will be interested in this course include: air conditioning and heating, asphalt and concrete pouring, carpentry, cement and masonry, electrical, excavating, plumbing, and roofing. General contractors and county engineers and city employees who are responsible for streets and utilities will also find the course applicable. It should be noted that the new Iowa OSHA applies to local government construction and repair activities, even though the original Federal act did not This point was emphasized by Iowa Secretary of Labor, Jerry Addy, at the recent Governor's Safety Conference held in Des Moines. Nearly 300 color slides are utilized to present the hazards encountered in typical construction activities. Hard hats, safety shoes, and protective eyewear are some of the common safety items whose correct use is illustrated. Tuition for the ten-hour course is $5.00, a tax-deductible business expense item. Classes will meet from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on five consecutive Mondays, the first January 15 with registration on the first class night. Further information may be obtained from the Adult and Continuing Education Office of fowa Lakes Community College in Estherville. To create one ton of wood, a tree has to soak up about 1,000 tons of water. EVERY APPLIANCE SPECIALLY PRICED! Sears PRICES SLASHED $10 TO $40 Kemnore Washers. Dryers, Wringers, Combos -FLOOR SAMPLES 99 WASHER 159 "1S RYER 99 WASHER 199"!DRY 1 R 139" WASHER219"! ELECTRIC DRYER $149.99 GAS MODE! $30 MORE 1^ PRICES SLASHED $20 TO $50 Kennore Electric and Gas Ranges 229" 30-Inch ELECTRIC STOVE Self Cleaning Oven 30-lnch GAS STOVE White—1-Only 179 99 PRICES SLASHED $20 TO $70 Coldspot Refrigerator-Freezers 159" 7.7 Cu. Ft. Coldspot REFRIGERATOR 15-Cu. Ft. 2-Door REFRIGERATOR 99 19-Cu. Ft. 2-Door REFRIGERATOR 99 PRICES SLASHED $15 TO $20 Kenatore Vaewnn Cleaners/ Sewing Machines 23 HP - - 129" CANISTER VACUUM Zig-Zog Stitch SEWING MACHINE With Power Mate Reg. S149.95 With Cabinet Reg. S164.95 95 5.000 BTU Unit 98 S.AVE S21.95 Regulor S119.95 Coldspot Pre-Season Air Conditioner Sale SAVE §30.95 Regular §379.95 24,000 BTU Whole House Air Conditioners $ 349 24,000 Btu Condensing Unit, slope coil, 15-ft.I tubing, heat/cool thermostat Installation extra Similar savings on other capacity systems FREE HOME SURVEY of Your Air Conditioner Needs Conducted WITHOUT OBLIGATION in Your Home Sears, Roebuck and Co. - 105 X. 6th Street Estherville, ia. 51334 PHONE 1 ZIP Coldspot Dehumidifier $ 59 <egj ;cr Sc : .95 new rresrjDris tt 1 hs~> rorc. ely 12-carnes wiae; eacvecieat siz .t • Removes up is 11 prnts of water ev er? z± acurs ave §25! Electronic] Air Cleaner 184 95 RegEiar S28SLSS Furnace mounted. Gets oot up to °o f 7 of dirt. 99^ ofpofiea is xir that passe* through the mil. S «v« BOW at Scars. j^Mail Above f^wipon jir^ Phone Sears Today at 362-357ljj SelisjortioB Cuarcateed or Your \lonr\ Bach SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Seal's StARS. ROE3CCK AND CO. 105 NORTH 6th STREET, ESTHERVILLE. IA PHONE 362-3571 STORE HOURS; M OEU , Tues„ Wed^ Fri., Sat, g-30 a-m. to 5£9jpjn. - Iters. *Qght 'Til 9 : Q0

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