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January 15, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 43 Minimum yesterday: 31 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 31 31 Wind, direction: S S Wind, velocity: 4 4 Wind chill factor: 27 ONE YEAR AGO High, -13; Low, -27 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly fair and continued unseasonably mild Tuesday, Winds becoming southwesterly 15-20 miles per hour Monday night and lows 37-42. Warmer Tuesday with highs in the upper 50s. Precipitation probability in per cent: through Tuesday near zero. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Friday: Mrs. Cecil Wright, Milford; Mrs. Harley Higley, Estherville; Colleen Van Maasdam, Harris. Dismissed Friday: Terry Morrow, Mrs. Roger Thorn, Lake Park; Robert Holtz, Mrs. James Campbell, Mrs. Glenn Lawyer, Mrs. Velma Cole, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Fred La Fontaine, Arnolds Park. Admitted Saturday: Kenneth Winston, Okoboji; Mrs. Rodney Dunn, Frank Mitchell, Lake Park; Alvin Trabert, .Milford; Mrs. Ben Roach, Estherville; Mrs. Floyd Reaney, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Ernest Langfitt, Spirit Lake; Deborah Hash, Estherville; Mrs. David Davis and baby girl, Milford; George Marks, Spencer. Admitted Sunday: Wayland Forbes, Harris; Mrs. Kenneth Sorensen, Estherville; Mrs. Owen Primavera, Spirit Lake. Dismissed Sunday: Colleen Van Maasdam, Harris; David Dingel, Terril. FAIRMONT- Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Kenneth Morris, Welcome; Torval Barkeim, Lakefield; Mrs. Elsie Sager, Granada. Dismissed Thursday: Bruce Abttz Jr., Mrs. Cora Bird, Mrs. Vernon Langford and baby, Mrs. Henry Dege, Fairmont; Mrs. Pauline Mann, Estherville; Frank Scheff, Sherburn. Admitted Friday: Carl Swenberg, Fairmont; Ervin Reutzel, Blue Earth. Dismissed Friday: Harold C. Graham, Mrs. JohnSchuttz, Herbert Allen, Mrs. John Harris, Mrs. Milden Hinrichsen, Mrs. Randy Martinson and baby, Wallace Murphy, Fairmont; Mrs. Lee Waldee, Dunmell; Martin Olson, Mrs. Earl Hoffmeyer, Armstrong; Kevin Kosbab, Truman; Mrs. Bernard Miller, Lone Rock. JACKSON - Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Mary Dykstra, Jackson. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Henry Olson, Ralph Webster, Paul Lenz, Jackson; Elizabeth Wonzel, Jackson, transferred to Rosewood Manor at Estherville; Leonard Dilley, Alpha. Admitted Friday: Willard Gregory, Mrs. Bertha Larson, No dismissals Friday. Area Births DICKINSON COUNTY - Born Jan. 13, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Dunn, Lake Park, a daughter, 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Anna Dodge Injured in Accident Anna Catherine Dodge received back injuries in a two-car accident occurring Saturday at 3:45 p.m., according to a report from the Emmet County sheriff's office. She was taken to Dickinson County Memorial Hospital. She was a passenger in an automobile driven by Donald Leslie Dodge of Milford. The Dodges were going south on county gravel road adjacent to the Robert Ness farm driveway and collided with a car driven by Robert Aadne Ness of Terril. The Ness car was coming out of the driveway and turning north. Ness was charged with failure to stop before entering a highway. His automobile, a 1972 Chevrolet, had $200 damages to the front end. The vehicle operated by Donald Dodge, a 1971 Chevrolet, had damages estimated at $300 to the right front. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Friday: Virgil Johnson, Douglas Wagner, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, David Friend, Mrs. Clarence Radt> ke, Glenn Crook, Mrs. Herbert Allen, Estherville; Mrs. Helen Hatling, Dollivcr; Mrs. Marietta Boderius, Lavonne Boderius, Bancroft; Mrs. Isidor Fuentez, Superior; Mrs. Merlin Krueger, Worthington. Dismissed Friday: Harry Simpson, Mrs. Melvin Buck, Robert Etherington, Gerald Richardson, Travis Tague, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Estherville; Mrs. Art Kruse, Ringsted. Admitted Saturday. Mrs. Lonnie Smith, Boyd Berghefer, Estherville; Becky Jo Nettleton, Armstrong; Isidor Fuentez, Philip Fuentez, Superior; Timmy Thomas, Wayne, Neb. Dismissed Saturday: Dwight Schrodt, Clifford Clark, Charles Johnson, John Weir, Estherville; Mrs. Gertrude Reinders, Graettinger; George Beck, Ruthven; Mrs. Forrest McGregor, Bancroft. Admitted Sunday: Arthur Steinhorst, Mrs. Niels Petersen, Mrs. Derwood Kern, Estherville; Ernest Berkland, Fenton; William Graves, Gruver; Mrs. Ervin Rierson, Terril; Mrs. Terry Osher, Wallingford; Mrs. Walter Henderson, Armstrong. Dismissed Sunday: Michael Helle, Debra Clymer, Estherville; Mrs. Helen Hatling, Dolliver; Mrs. Merlin Krueger, Worthington; Timmy Thomas, Wayne, Neb. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 15, 1973 Page 8 Police Investigate Five City Accidents Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Jan. 13, 1973, to the Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Brodin, Wallingford, a son, 7 pounds, 9 ounces. Born Jan. 13, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Don Cookinham, Estherville, a son, 8 pounds, 11 ounces. Local Calendar 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. TOPS- 7 p.m. City Hall. Commandery Meeting— 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. Jaycees— Meet at Elks Club. Elks Club - 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Couples night at Elks. WEDNESDAY PEO-1-.15 p.m. dessert, 2 p.m. meeting, at Mrs, Jno. E. Greig. Pinochle—2 p.m. Community Center. Area Calendar 12-MILE LAKE Tuesday, 2 p.m. — Twelve- Mile Lake Township Farm Bureau women at home of Mrs. Aadne Ness; bring turkishtowel, 15 by 24 inches. ESTHERVILLE AREA Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. — Harmony Rebekah Lodge No. 55, installation of officers. Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.—Extension class on "Responsible Consumer"'at DEK building. Wednesday, 2 p.m. — Estherville Township Farm Bureau Women at Mrs. A. B. Rosen- be rger. SUPERIOR Wednesday, 2 p.m.—Culture Club IFWC meeting at Charles Leupold home. TERRIL Wednesday, Junior Federated Women's Club with Mrs. Darwin Olson, bring baby photos of self and husband. Estherville police investigated four separate mishaps Friday and one Sunday in accidents in the city. An Arnolds Park man, Douglas William Ricke, was charged by police with failing to yield the right of way following a two- car crash at the intersection of South 18th St. and Third Ave. S. The accident occurred about 8 a.m. Friday. According to police, Elizabeth L. Copcland of Moline, III., was traveling west on Third Ave. S. when the car she was driving, a 1970 Ford, was struck by a 1971 Rambler driven by Ricke. Damage resulted to the left front fender and bumper of the Ricke car and to the right side of the Copeland car. An Estherville youth, James Allen Willey, was treated and released for neck and back injuries by a local physician following a two-car collision on Central Ave. west of 17th St., according to police. The accident happened about 8:30 Friday morning. Police reported that Willey was stopped for traffic ahead when the 1963 Ford he was driving was struck in the rear by a car driven by Scott Allan Rohlf of Estherville. Rohlf, driving a 1963 Bruck, FHA Plans Daddy Date, Sculpture January plans including Daddy Date Night and snow sculpture were discussed at the meeting of the Estherville Junior High Chapter of FHA. Barb Howard, president, conducted the meeting with roll call by Sandy Selberg, held Jan. 9. Mary Jayne Henely reported plans for Daddy Date Night, to be held Jan. 25. The group also discussed roller skating at Spencer which is under consideration by a committee of Carol Bittner, Jean Hunt, Monica Thompson and Denlese Motfitt, chairman. Snow sculpture was also discussed and the group decided to begin on it Jan. 22. Wendy Buell informed the chapter of a sledding party which was to be held at her home Jan. 12. Oscar Olsen, high school guidance counselor, gave a talk on careers. Mrs. Herbert Allen Fractures Left Arm Mrs. Herbert Allen, 64, Estherville, is a patient at Holy Family Hospital, where she was admitted Friday with a fracture of the upper left arm. She is reported by her physician as in good condition. Mrs. Niels Petersen Injures Wrist, Hip Mrs. Niels Petersen, 76, Estherville, was admitted to Holy Family Hospital Sunday, where her physician diagnosed injuries of a fractured left wrist and fracture of the left hip. was unable to stop in time because of icy road conditions. Damage occurred to the right front fender of the Rohlf car and to the right rear of the Willey vehicle. Estherville police investigated a two-car accident at the intersection of South 11th St and Sixth Ave. S. about9a.m. Friday. According to authorities, Beulah Lavonne Linn of Estherville had stooped for a stop sign and pulled out onto Sixth Ave. when the car she was driving was struck by a car driven by Thomas Kent Osher of Wallingford. Osher, c riving a 1971 Chevrolet, was traveling east on Sixth Ave. S. when the mishap occurred. Damage resulted to the left door of the Linn car, a 1950 Chevrolet, and to the left front of the Osher vehicle. An Estherville man, Fred Henry Hall, was charged by Estherville police with improper backing following a two-car mishap on Second Ave. N. east of the Emmet County Courthouse about 11:40 Friday morning. Investigating authorities said that Hall, driving a 1960 Chevrolet, was backing from a parking stall when he struck a car driven by Waldene Karyn Van Der Sloot of Estherville. Damage occurred to the right side of Van Der Sloot's 1967 Pontiac. Estherville police investigated a two-car accident about 5:00 Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Fourth Ave. N. and Eighth St. Authorities said that a car driven by Thomas Eugene Ophiem of Estherville was struck by a car driven by Donald Wesley Hansgaard of Fairmont. Damage resulted to the left rear corner of a 1965 Chevrolet driven by Hansgaard and to the right front fender and bumper of the Ophiem car, a 1968 Ford. Hansgaard was charged by police with failing to yield the right of way. Honor Eleven With Cancer The average coffee farm in Columbia covers only eight acres. Memorials Living Memorials to the American Cancer Society have been established in Emmet County for 11 persons deceased between Sept. 5 and Nov. 30, 1972. Those who memorials were established for included Mrs. E. L. Book, Mrs. Lenora Heyse, Mrs. C. P. Jackson, Mrs. Sarah Bennett Kenerdine, Mrs. Mabel M. Lorenz, Mrs. Leonard Lund, Francis Maniece, C. M. Robinson, Mrs. Raymond Sanders, James Simon and Mrs. Obed Tow. The memorials have the name of the deceased inscribed in the Iowa Living Memorials Book and in the Emmet County Memorial Book. Funds collected from the memorials are used for the American Cancer Society's program of research, education and service toward the control of cancer. Persons wishing to establish a memorial can send their contributions along with the name of the deceased, date of death and next of kintoDelbertHinsch, memorial chairman, in care of the Emmet County State Bank in Estherville. A memorial card will be sent to the family of the deceased. Wild African dogy may attain top speeds of more than 40 miles an hour and run at an average speed of 30 miles an hour for several miles. 14 Models $100 to $345 SMAl I HI AKINd All) Pictured The Emblem Model TtoqwfMy foci in tttoft Om nam* |ot J an Demonstration & Showing.., Faithfully amplifies the whispered sounds you miss with many hearing aids. GARDSTQN HOTEL TUES., JAN. 16 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. Batteries and service for most makes. You are INVITED to come in- AUD1PHONE CO., INC. 214-6th Ave.; D.M., la. Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer. Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 10. H & R Block tax preparers have all received special training on the use of the new tax forms for this year. We will use the form that best fits your own personal situation so that you pay the least possible tax. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 1126 CENTRAL AVE. Open 9 om-9 pm weekdays, ?•$ Sat. Phone 362-3351 O APPOINTMENT NECESSARY people* HURRY! LIMITED TIME OFFER! FAMOUS FIRESTONE DLC-IOO RETREAD WHITEWALLS FREE L555 UTTER BAG Any 13-lnch Whiwwtn* Plus 37C to 43C per tiro Fed. Ex. tax and 2 recappable tires ott your car. 7.3W6 2 FOR *23.3Q IIMB 2 FOB »26.9Q ~VR& 2 FOB »30.15 7 7» 2FOR»2S.1Q 2FOB»28.SO All price, plui 370 to. 6M per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 rec«pp»W« tires off your car. "Watch Pre Bswltrs tout on MC-TV, HHl Hotkey on HBC-1V and CBS Goll Classic from Firestone C. C. - check television listing lor date and time." iJafeMfc fejpej w Priced as shown at Firestone Stores. Competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign. If VM should sell out of your size, a raincheck will be issued, assuring future delivery at the advertised price. Lube. Oil, Filter Pkg. Front Wheel Pkg. 1. Oil change 2. Oil filter 3. Chassis lube 4. Differential check 5. Transmission oil check 6. Battery water level check WIJH COUPOH ONLY NOW THRU JAN. 20, 1973 u u, 1. Remove and clean your front wheel bearings ( 2. Repack each front * wheel with fresh grease 3. Install new front grease seals NOW THRU JAN. 20, 1973 WITH C0VP0H ONLY Align and Balance Pkg. Tune-Up Pkg. 1. Align front end 2. Balance front wheels 3. Adjust brakes 4. Repack front wheel bearings (disc—outer only) | NOW THRU JAN. 20, 1973 MH COUPON ONLY Most American cars (Parts extra if needed) I 1. New AC plugs I (Resistor . plugs extra) I 2. NewDelco W | points • | 3. New condenser • 4. New rotor J 5. Adjust carburetor I 6. Check generator | 7. Check regulator WIN COUPON ONLY Any 6-cyllnrter American car Add $2 for 8-cylinder (S^ir^ajrjewttitioned cars hig'her)| | N0W THRU JAN. 20, 1973 (Some air cwdjtloned cars extra) j 22 -» X/ V ?tt*e$tone ROAD ATLAS by RAND-lWNALLY Revised 1973 edition • 128 big pages, size 11" x U\" • Road maps, mileage tables of U.S., Canada, Mexico • Mapa of 184 major cities Q7« H Limit Your premium for shopping at Firestone. WINTER RETREAD WHITEWALLS e.00-13 Plus 38C per tire F.E.T.and2 recappable tires. OTHER WHITEWALL SUES ALSO AT LOW SALE PRICES Tire stone •01 CENTRAL AVENUE*] ESTHERVILLE, IOWA PHONE 362-3557

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