Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 12, 1973 · Page 8
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January 12, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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Daily He/mA The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 14 Minimum yesterday: 0 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 0 14 Wind, direction: S S Wind, velocity: 1 1 Wind chill factor: -1 ONE YEAR AGO High, 32; Low, 27 NORTHWEST IOWA Partly cloudy and warmer through Saturday. Lows Friday night upper teens. Highs Saturday 30 to 35. Precipitation chances 10 per cent. Local Calendar Local Hospital 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. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. TUESDAY Kiwanis Club—Noon. Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens—2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. Beauceant—2:30 p.m. Regular meeting; 6:30 p.m. Potluck at Masonic Temple. Area Calendar RINGSTED Monday, 3:30 p.m. - SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. TERRIL Saturday— Lloyd Lucky Lassies 4-H at Jane Hermanson's. Sunday, 2-5 p.m.— Open House for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moor berg for 25th wedding anniversary at Guy Eick home. Sunday, 6:30 p.m.—Semper Fidelis Club annual International Dinner at Lutheran Church; Eduard Piersmam, exchange student, speaker. ESTHERVILLE AREA Tuesday — 8 p.m. Rebekah Lodge at IOOF Hall. Baby Named LISA ANN THORNBURG was born Dec. 27, 1972, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Thornburg, Estherville, and weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dalen, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thornburg, Estherville. Lisa has one sister, Michelle Lynn, 21 months. TERRIL - Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gaines of Lansing, Mich., became parents of their first child, a daughter, on Nov. 13. The infant weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces and has been named Gabrielle Marlena D'Ebony. The mother is the former Sherrill Schnell. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schnell and great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. August Schnell, all of Terril, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fretty of Emmetsburg. Auto Registrations New car licenses have been issued to Joe Oakes, Ringsted, 1973 Lincoln; Jon A. Ellerston, Ringsted, 1972 Datsun; Robert A. or Theresa A. Linn, Wallingford, 1973 Ford; Richard or Janet L. Anderson, Ringsted, 1&73 Oldsmobile; Gary J. or Carol J. Meyer, Ringsted, 1973 Chevrolet; Myrtle J. Henderson, Armstron, 1973 Chevrolet; Nina M. Edelen, Estherville, 1973 Mercury; Joanne E. Schroeck, Estherville, 1973 Oldsmobile. Licenses for new trucks were issued to Lonnie Ray Hoien, Armstrong, 1973 Chevrolet; Victor or Irma L. Johnsen, Ringsted, 1972 Datson; Thomas F. Clayton, Estherville, 1972 Datson; Cliff's Well Service, Armstrong, 1973 GMC; Harold Howard, Estherville, 1973 Chevrolet; Lowell D. Johnson, Estherville, 1972 Ford; Marvin E. Dahl, Estherville, 1973 Ford; Jack L. Weber, Dolliver, 1973 Chevrolet; Rex Anderson, Estherville, 1973 Chevrolet; Wilburn A. Swanson, Dolliver, 1973 Chevrolet; James A. or Alice M. Sorensen, Ringsted, 1973 Chevrolet. Motorcycle license was issued to Eldon Cummins, Ringsted, 1972 Honda. ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Melvin Buck, Mrs. Louella Thiel, Mrs. Gerald Spangler, Mrs. Frances Van De Walle, Estherville; John Metcalf, Dickens. Dismissed Thursday: Lisa Anderson, Mrs. Cora Henaman, Frank Shipley, Mrs. Mary Nicholson, transferred to Rosewood Manor, Estherville; Gerald Rowe, Jackson. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Timothy Matthews, Terril; Mrs. Carl Johnson, Spirit Lake; George Marks, Spencer. Dismissed Thursday: Kevin Hasara, Lake Park; Mrs. Evelyn Garms, Worthington; Mrs. Robert Pulver, Spirit Lake; Charles Davis, Algona. FAIRMONT- Admitted Wednesday: Bruce Abitz, Mrs. Milden Hinrichsen, Fairmont; Mrs. Lee Waldee, Dunnell; Mrs. Bernard Miller, Lone Rock; David Sager, Fairmont. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Just Neitzel, Heron Lake; Mrs. James Hall, Truman; Mrs. Tom Kinnander, Armstrong; Frank Thilges, Fenton; Fred Weber, Fairmont. JACKSON - Admitted Wednesday: Elizabeth Wenzel, John Hranicak, John Willett, Owen Theophilus, all of Jackson. Dismissed Wednesday: Ronald Snow, Daniel Pike, TroySchneek- loth, all of Jackson; Clark Nafziger of Alpha; R. O. Anderson, Jackson, transferred to Worthington. Area Births. FAIRMONT - Born Jan. 10, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Steffin of Truman, boy, 5 pounds, 14V2 ounces. Mrs. Van De Walle Injured at Home Mrs. Francis Van De WaUe, Estherville, received a badly lacerated nose Thursday in a home accident. She was admitted to Holy Family Hospital where she will remain a few days, according to her attending physician. Car, Pickup Collide Near Armstrong Some $900 damages were estimated for a car and pickup after a collision occurring at 12:20 a.m. Thursday as reported to the Emmet County sheriff's office. Gene Ostedgaard, Ringsted, was driving an automobile south and James Twait, Graettinger, in a pickup, was proceeding north on Highway 15 about three miles south of Armstrong when the vehicles collided. No personal injuries were reported. Both vehicles were damaged at the left front end, with a reported $300 to the car, a 1967 Ford, and $600 damage to the pickup, a 1970 International. Go-Getters View Film Ellsworth Go-Getters 4H Club held its monthly meeting Tuesday at Diane Rosburg's. The meeting was called to order by Sue Richard. Flag pledges were led by Diane Woods with 14 members present. A film on nature, line, form and texture was shown. Boxes were covered with contact paper to keep 4H things in. Reporter, Rhonda Harris Female Pilot For Frontier DENVER (AP) - A 33-year- old Englewood, Colo., woman has been hired by Frontier Airlines as a second officer on a Boeing 737 jet, becoming first female pilot for any scheduled U.S. airline. Emily Howell, an employe of Clinton Aviation Co. of Englewood since 1958, will begin orientation training Jan. 29 and will start flying for Frontier Feb. 5, the airline said Thursday. While employed by Clinton, Miss Howell served as flight instructor chief pilot for the school, which also provides charter and air taxi service. She has more than 7,000 hours of flying time. Iowa in Brief ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRL, JAN. 12, 1973 Page 8 Party Falls DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Official results of last fall's election for governor Thursday confirmed that the American Independent Party has lost its status as a full-fledged political party in the state. Iowa law requires at least 2 per cent of the total vote for governor to be received by a candidate in order for the party to be recognized as an official political party. The official canvass showed that Robert Dilley of Des Moines failed to reach the 2 per cent level as the American Independent Party candidate for governor. The party must now file petitions to be on the next ballot. Can Call DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)~ Iowa Public Safety Commissioner Michael Sellers said Thursday that county treasurers have been instructed to ease their requirements that Social Security numbers must be furnished by persons applying for 1973 motor vehicle registration certificates. Sellers said Iowa motorists will still be asked to provide the numbers, but he said applicants will be allowed to telephone or mail in the numbers if they forget them when they go to their county courthouse. Files Suit CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — A Dubuque County farmer filed suit in federal court here Thursday for $500,000. in damages against two southern Wisconsin machinery companies. Robert Lambe charged Tennyson Implement Company and New Holland Machine Company, with negligence for failure to install a guard on a grain auger that Lambe bought from the two firms. In August 1966, Lambe's son, Larry, who was four, walked into the auger while his father was grinding grain, losing his left hand and arm. Lambe said the $500,000 is to pay for medical expenses and for earning ability lost in the future by his son. The osprey, one of the world's most majestic birds, is a tireless hunter, dramatically dive- bombing the water for its dinner. But insecticides in the fish are sterilizing the bird's eggs and causing overly thin shells. Call when it's cheaper. Most long distance station rates are cheaper after 5 p.m. on weekdays /g\ Northwestern Be „ and all day Saturday and Sunday. KS> Northwestern Ben =r Time To Get Your 1973 — A It's important to have accurate records of farm income and expenses and a good way to keep close accounting is with a farm record book. Stop in and pick up your copy soon. And remember, if you have farm problems, we invite you to consult with Harald Petersen. Just call 362-3561 and we will be glad to set up a convenient appointment for you. IOWA TRUST SAVINGS BANK Gasoline DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)An American Oil Co. spokesman says that part of the fuel shortage is due to the large amount of gasoline consumed by automobiles during vacation trips last summer. Robert Uttley, public relations manager for the Kansas City firm, said the refining of fuel oil for the winter normally starts about Sept. 1, but the refining was delayed because major oil companies were still refining gasoline to replace depleted summer supplies. Uttley said a combination of several other factors added to Iowa's fuel problems. Among the factors were: the switch by many industrial firms and institutions to the same type of fuel oil used to heat homes to meet air pollution standards; an insufficient quantity of crude oil; the inability of pipelines to pump the fuel into Iowa as fast as its being used; the delayed crop harvest; the early freezing of the Mississippi River halting barge shipments of fuel oil and the unseasonably cold weather. Accidents Result in Charges Male ADC DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Four Republicans have introduced a bill in the Iowa House that would allow Aid to Dependent Children payments be made to families where the father remains in the home. Currently, children aren't eligible for ADC if both parents remain in the home. One of the sponsors of the bill, Rep. Joan Lipsky of Cedar Rapids, said Thursday she is concerned that ADC rules may be causing families to separate that could be held together. The bill would allow aid in cases where the father is partially or totally unemployed. Chief sponsor of the bill is Rep. Philip Hill of Des Moines. Others are Mrs. Lipsky, Reid Crawford of Ames and Ed Bittle of West Des Moines. > Two persons were charged with traffic violations in three separate accidents in the city Thursday. An Estherville woman, Betty Joe Tuttle, was charged by Estherville police with failing to yield the right of way following a two-car accident at the intersection of North 17th St. and First Ave. N. Thursday. The accident happened about 8:26 Thursday morning. According to Estherville police, Tuttle was driving her 1966 Buick north on 17th St. when she failed to yield the right of way and struck a car driven by Pa- Accept New 4-H Members Center Champions 4H Club met Monday at the Junior Kesler home with Boyd and Brian as hosts. Two new members were welcomed, Kevin Martin and David Enerson. Roll call was answered by Ronnie Moore, Duane, Lanny and Monte Hoffmeyer, Tim and Tom West, David Blagg, David, Rich and Mike Eggers, John Eide, Craig Martin, Richard Howard, Boyd and Brian Kesler and leader, Lee Moore. The club will attend the ILCC game Jan. 16. Boyd Kesler, reporter,, South Siders Elect Officers The Estherville South Siders 4-H meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9. We elected officers: president, Todd Guenther, vice-president, Tom Hill; secretary, Willy Greig; treasurer, Eric Guenther, and reporter, Steven Klein. We filled out membership cards, planned for future meetings and assigned projects in woodcrafts and electricity. Paul Behrends showed slides about his 4-H trip to Washington, D. C. Reported by Steven Klein tricia Donovan of Estherville. Donovan was traveling west on First Ave. N. when the accident occurred. Damage resulted to the right rear of the Tuttle car and to the front end of a 1973 Chrysler driven by Donovan. A two-car accident occurred at the intersection of South Second St. and First Ave. N. about 9:40 Thursday morning, according to Estherville police. Rachel Lisa Groth of Estherville was going east on First Ave. S. when she couldn't stop her 1963 Ford on account of ice and snow and struck a car driven by Richard Zitterich of Estherville, according to investigating officers. Zitterich was traveling north on South Second St. when the collision occurred. Front end damage occurred to the Groth car and to the left side of a 1967 Buick driven by Zit­ terich. Groth was charged with failing to yield the right of way. An accident involving a pickup and a car occurred at the intersection of North 17th St. and Fifth Ave. N„ according to police. The mishap happened about 7:35 Thursday night Lonnie Gordon Bloomquist of Estherville was driving his 1971 Datsun pickup east on Fifth Ave. N. turning south on North 17th St. when he slid on the snowy street and struck a car driven by Ronald Keith Dalen of Estherville. Dalen, driving a 1964 Chevrolet, was almost stopped at North 17th St. when the collision happened. Damage resulted to the left door of the Bloomquist pickup and to the rear fender and bumper of the Dalen car. NOW THRU SAT. THE A TER - ES THER VIL L E JANUARY 1 phiico 18-Inch PORTABLE TV 1 Specially Priced $ 49 95 Used Westinghouse 9 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR U - H A U L $Q95 Phiico STEREO REAL NICE Large BUY AT Cabinet. fa ^feV New Diamond A fl jj Needle ^ JJ 1 Silvertone 23-Inch CONSOLE TV Nice Cabinet BUY $3Q95 NOW * Used Coldspot 10-cu. ft. 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