Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 11, 1973 · Page 9
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1973
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Mrs. Jensen Rites Friday The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 9 Minimum yesterday: -3 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: -1 2 Wind, direction: W W Wind, velocity: 10 10 Wind chill factor: -22 ONE YEAR AGO High, 34; Low, 17 NORTHWEST IOWA Generally fair with little temperature change Thursday night, lows around 10 above zero. Partly cloudy and warmer Friday, highs 27 to 32. Precipitation chances near zero Thursday night, 10 per cent Friday. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Wednesday: John Weir, Michael Helle, David Booth, Debra Clymer, Estherville; Gerald Rowe, Jackson; Maynard Ilertzke, Lakota; Mrs. Forrest McGregor, Bancroft; Mrs. George DeWall, Terril; Mrs. Harvey Eldridge, Graettinger. Dismissed Wednesday: Timothy Burge, Rose Jensen, Mrs. Anna Mitchell, Mrs. Leonard Rawlings, Mrs. Maurice Seylar, transferred to St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Estherville; Kristen Norris, Mrs. Harvey Eldridge, Clarence Thu, Graettinger; Steven Morris, Dolliver. Local Calendar THURSDAY Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday. William Seufert, Mrs. Robert Pulver, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Arnold Bosma, Ocheyedan; Mrs, Bertha Hansen, Estherville. Dismissed Wednesday: Kenneth Jacobsen, Armstrong; Mrs. John Drexler, Mrs. Francis Moeller, Milford; Mrs. MiloBal- lard, Superior. FAII?MONT - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Marguerite Efinger, Mrs. Richard Jorgensen, Mrs. Fred Nolte, Mrs. Lewis Clark, Fairmont; Mrs. Otto Kuehl, Mrs. Otto Cordes, Trimont; Mrs. Adolph Anderson, Armstrong; Mrs. George Gilman, Mrs. C. W. Leiding, Ceylon. Dismissed Tuesday: Miss Suzanne Weig, Mrs. Duane Nelson, Armstrong; Thomas Sokoloski, Milan Nagel and Philo Harris, Fairmont. JACKSON - Admitted Tuesday: Ralph Webster and Ronald Snow, Jackson; Claude Nafziger, Alpha. Dismissed Tuesday: Alfred Wolff, Mrs. Josephine Polz, Michael Asman, all of Jackson, Gregory Vacura of Alpha. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY- Born Jan. 10, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bush, Spirit Lake, a son, 8 pounds, 11 ounces. North Star 447 - 6:30 p.m. Dinner; 8 p.m. Regular meeting. Degree of Honor — 7:30 p.m. IOOF Hall. Fine Arts Dept., Estherville Women's Club — 7:45p.m. Meeting at home of Mrs. Ralph A. Johnson; Bring creative writing. Five - County school board meeting — 8 p.m. Rotunda building. Estherville Bustle Hustlers— 8:30 p.m. Square dance at Elks Hall, Warren Rowles, caller. FRIDAY Christian Women's Bible Fellowship Prayer—1:30 p.m. At home of Mrs. Joyce Christian, 220 N. 16th St. SATURDAY Beauceant—2:30 p.m. Installation at Masonic Temple. MONDAY Morning Kiwanis Club— 6:45 a.m. At Gardston Hotel. DAR—2 p.m. Home of Mrs. Irma Knight. Current Topics Dept. of Women's Club— 2 p.m. Home of Mrs. Ernest Smith. Senior Citizens—2 p.m. Scrab-. ble and 500 at Community Center. Area Calendar RINGSTED Monday, 3:30 p.m. - SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. TERRIL Saturday— Lloyd Lucky Lassies 4-II at Jane Ilermanson's. Sunday, 2-5 p.m.—Open House for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moorberg for 25th wedding anniversary at Guy Eick home. Sunday, 6:30 p.m.—Semper Fidelis Club annual International Dinner at Lutheran Church; Eduard Plersmam, exchange student, speaker. Police Court Cases George Cochran, Estherville, fined $50 and sentenced to 15 days for intoxication. Bruce Mustard, Estherville, fined $50 for fighting. Margie L. Burrell, Estherville, fined $15 for improper backing in motor vehicle. Richard L. Cody, Estherville, forfeited bond of $15 for speeding 42 m.p.h. in 30 m.p.h. zone. James C. Smith, Wallingford, forfeited bond of $20 for failure to have control of motor vehicle. Gary Peterson, Estherville, fined $15 and costs for illegal parking. James M, Forshee, SweaCity, fined $20 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Car owner 97-28142 forfeited bond of $10 and costs for illegal parking. Gloria A. Broschart, Estherville, forfeited bond of $20 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Archie R. Rouse, Spirit Lake, forfeited bond of $15 and costs for improper backing in motor vehicle. Mrs. Stena Harriet Jensen, 80, Graettinger, died at 3:10 p.m. Jan. 9, 1973, at Holy Family Hospital of complications of old age. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at United Methodist Church, Graettinger, with the Rev. Harlan F. Babcock officiating. Interment will be made in Valley View Cemetery, Graettinger. She was born May 11, 1892, in Osseo, Wis., to the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Julius Anderson. She received her education in schools at Ivanhoe, Minn., and was married June 23, 1915, at Ivanhoe to Chris A. Jensen. They made their home in Graettinger where he owned and operated a general merchandise store for 56 years. He died in 1971. Mrs. Jensen was a member of the Women's Club of Graettinger, W.S.C.F. and of the United Methodist Church. She is survived by three sons, Mai com C. Jensen of La Paz, Bolivia, Robert L. Jensen, Minneapolis, and Ronald L. Jensen, Atlanta, Ga.; one daughter, Mrs. Lee Valois, Brinthall, Mar- Former Dolliver Woman Dies in Morris, Illinois Mrs. G. A. (May) McGuan died Jan. 10, 1973, at Morris, ni. She was born Jan. 27, 1886, in Livingston County, 111. She received her education at the Morris, 111. school. On Jan. 3, 1906 she was married to George (Allie) McGuan and they farmed in Illinois until 1937, then moved to the Dolliver area and farmed until retiring and moving to Estherville. She moved back to Morris in 1965 after the death of Mr. McGuan. She was a member of St. Patrick's church, and active in St. Patrick's circles. The funeral will be Jan. 12, at Morris. Preceding her in death was her husband, one son Francis, formerly of Dolliver. Surviving her are one daughter, Mrs. Everett (Grace) Wallace, of Mazon, ni .j two sons, George and John, both of Morris; several grandchildren and great - grandchildren. Arnold Dun das Memorial Set G. Arnold Dundas, 64, formerly of Armstrong, died Jan. 7, 1973, at Veterans Research Hospital in Chicago. The body was cremated in Chicago and a memorial service will be held here Monday at 2 p.m. at Reese-Henry Chapel in Armstrong. The Rev. Leslie Lewis will officiate. shalltown; 10 grandchildren; and six sisters, Mrs. Mabel Jensen, Thompson, Mrs. Grace Anderson, Clear Lake, Mrs. JudyMar- seth, Marshall, Minn., Mrs. Agnes Jensen, Austin, Minn., Mrs. Nell Salzwedal, Gaylord, Minn., and Mrs. Julian Gislason, Minneota, Minn. Visitation may be made at Fuhrman Funeral Home, Graettinger. Elect Ries Dandies Head The regular meeting of the Denmark Dandies 4-H Club was held Jan. 8, at the telephone building. Election of officers was held with Lee Ries elected president; Dennis Nelsen vice- president; Roger Jorgensen, secretary-treasurer. Other members present were Max Cole, Bryon Hantelman, Jay Johnson, Gary Jorgensen, Gene Jorgensen, Dan Jorgensen, Scott Miller and Robert Sorensen and leaders Lloyd Nelsen and Leroy Hansen. We were joined by the Jack Creek Club for the program. A demonstration "How to replace plugs on extension cords" was given by Dennis Nelsen and Jerry Christensen, followed by a few pointers by the program leader. By Reporter, Roger Jorgensen ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., JAN. 11, 1973 Page 9 $1.7 Million in Loans To 79 in Emmet, Kossuth HOME AGAIN after years abroad, reputed crime boss Meyer Lansky ended up in Miami and FBI hands after a flight which began with deportation from Israel and continued through South American countries which refused to receive him. Seventy-nine rural families in Kossuth and Emmet Counties borrowed $1,757,690 from the Farmers Home Administration during the first half of the 1973 fiscal year, July 1, 1972, to January 1, 1973, according to Kenneth E. Blackledge, County Supervisor at Algona. Totals for major loan programs were: Rural housing loans totaling $673,540 were made to 53 people for construction or improvement of family homes. Rural rental housing loans totaling $355,000 were made to construct 29 rental units in Kossuth County to provide senior citizens and low-income families housing at modest rental rates. Housing loans may be made to eligible applicants for homes in the urral countryside and in all cities under 10,000 population. Family farm ownership loans totaling $554,550 were made to 16 families to purchase farms or improve their farms. Family farm operating loans totaling $174,600 were made to 10 families for operating purposes. The Farmers Home Administration supplements credit provided by local lending institutions and only applicants unable to obtain credit from conventional sources are eligible for FHA loans. Ancient Egyptian doctors gave their patients a sharp blow on the head to render them unconscious during an operation. Channel or spotted catfish can weigh more than 50 pounds. AIR-CARE RANGE HOODS U. L. approved single speed. Pre-wired for in- overlaid protection. Aluminum mesh grease, filter. 30". PAYLESS PETE'S STORE WIDE 13th MONTH SALE BARGAIN HUNTER'S WELCOME ATTENTION WE WILL CLOSE AT 12:00 ON SAT. TILL FURTHER NOTICE VENTED NON-VENTED *21.88 «28.88 Kitchen Kompact - Glenwood IN S T O C 6' STARTING UNIT Enjoy the rich styling and finish of Kitchen Kompact. 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