Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 17, 1973 · Page 12
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January 17, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 42 Minimum yesterday: 33 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 35 36 Wind, direction: SW SW Wind, velocity: 5 5 Wind chill factor: 33 Precipitation: trace ONE YEAR AGO High, 30; Low, 22 NORTHWEST IOWA Mostly cloudy Wednesday night with chance of a brief shower, lows in lower 30s. Decreasing cloudiness and turning cooler Thursday, highs 35 to 40. Precipitation chances 20 per cent Wednesday night, 10 per cent Thursday. Local Calendar WEDNESDAY Past Noble Grands- 7:30 p.m. At Mrs. A. B. Rosenberger home. White Shrine — 8 p.m. Masonic Hall. VFW Auxiliary — 8 p.m. Post Home. THURSDAY Lincoln Central PTO- 8 p.m. At Gruver, program, drama department. AAUW-8 p.m. At Mrs. Don Brown home, Jack Bedell, speaker. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Frederick Sternborg, Barbara Dahl, Francis Abel, Mrs. James Peterson, Debra Friesner, Frank Shipley, Mrs. Carolyn Dierenfeld, Bernard Rosenow Jr., Esthervillc; Mrs. Ralph Cronk, Mrs. Leslie Anderson, Armstrong; Mrs. Mary Payton, Bruce Dunn, Graettinger; Robert Faye, Wallingford. Dismissed Tuesday: David Booth, Virgil Johnson, Mrs. Ervin Rierson, Mrs. Dan Cookinham and boy, Mrs. Lester Sidles, David Friend, Estherville; Lavonne Bodcrius, Mrs. Marietta Bodcrius, Bancroft; Mrs. Terry Osher, Wallingford; John Metcalf, Dickens. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Jan. 13, 1973, to the Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Brodin, Wallingford, a daughter (erroneously reported earlier as a son). Deaths Evert Griese, 89, Dolliver, died at 11:30 p.m. Jan. 16, 1973, at Fairmont Community Hospital. Funeral arrangements are pending at Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Estherville. J. P. Court Area Calendar TERRIL Thursday—Circle One, Morning, Mrs. Kenneth Dingel; Circle Two, Afternoon, Mrs. Russel Clark. Police Court Cases Ronald R. Soat, Camp Lejeune, N. C., fined $17 and costs for possession of beer and $50 and costs for fighting. James A. Neiman, Estherville, twice forfeited bond of $8 and costs on charges of illegal parking. Joe Green, Graettinger, fined $10 and costs for illegal parking. Mark Charlson, Swea City, forfeited bond of $8 and costs for illegal parking. Betty J. Turtle, Estherville, forfeited bond of $15 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Gregory D. HeiskelL Estherville, forfeited bond of $8 and costs for illegal parking. Lowell D. Johnson, Estherville, forfeited bond of $8 and costs for illegal parking. Douglas William Ricke, Arnolds Park, fined $20 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Lester K. Lindell, Armstrong, forfeited bond of $20 and costs for speeding 45 m.p.h. in 30 m.p.h. zone. Christine M. Nischan, Estherville, forfeited bond of $15 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Douglas G. Johnson, Estherville, fined $50 and costs for intoxication. Gail E. Enderson, Estherville, fined $20 and costs for failure to yield right of way. Linda Long, Estherville, forfeited bond of $10 and costs for illegal parking. Joan Wollner, Terril, fined $15 and costs for stop light violation. Brion Jay Bodle, Sheldon, fined $20 and costs for speeding 45 m.p.h. in 30 m.p.h. zone. James Timms, Cherokee, fined $9 and costs for speeding. Nobel Hendricks, Omaha, fined $9 and costs for speeding. Dean Gerzema, Buffalo Center, fined $10 and costs for speeding. Craig Brandt, Estherville, fined $15 and costs for driving too fast for existing conditions. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Don Henderson, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Ellen Cordes, Round Lake, Minn.; Mrs. Roger Thorn, Lake Park; Mrs. William Murray, Mllford; Arthur Emerson, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Tuesday: Rhea Barnhill, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Larry Bush and baby boy, Spirit Lake; Randall Wintz, Milford. FAIRMONT - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Ida O'Green, Swea City; Mrs. Luella Hansen, Mrs. Oscar Holland, Mrs. Ambrose Meyer, Warren Brodt, Fairmont; Curtis Meyer, Truman; Mrs. Richard Erickson, Sherburn; Henry Lueck, Welcome. Dismissed Monday: Douglas Schwanz, Truman; Robert Crellin, Lakeview Methodist Home; Le Ann Cyphers, Guy Kubly, Fairmont; Otto Cordes, Trimont; Mrs. C. W. Weiding, Mrs. Walter Harder, Ceylon; Ervin Reutr zel, Blue Earth; Mrs. Richard Steffen and baby, Truman. JACKSON - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Peter Garber, Alpha; Marian Sampson, Louis Ambrose, Jackson; Jennifer McLain, Minneapolis. Dismissed Monday: Emil Bure sen, Jackson. laiTwav 's Feature DON'T FORGET TO GET VOLUME 12 OF THE ILLUSTRATED WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA A, onttw URongrai, incuciopeaia^ WM *mnOW*lMawa«n» FAREWAY STORE ESTHERVILLE i 'Third Party Analysis 9 For Area III Seniors Area Births FAIRMONT - Born Jan. 15, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Clair Kelly, Truman, boy, 8 pounds, IV2 ounces. Born Jan. 15, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Werner, Fairmont, girl, 7 pounds, 2 ! £ ounces. Born Jan. 15, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Trembley, Fairmont, girl, 7 pounds, 6 ounces. JACKSON - Born Jan. 15, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Garber, Alpha, boy, 8 pounds, 9 ounces. JOHN LANE John Lane Rites Set Friday Services for John Lane, 89, Armstrong, who died Jan. 16, 1973, at Fairmont Community Hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday. The Rev. Travis G. Cannaday will officiate at United Methodist Church, Armstrong, with burial at Armstrong Grove Cemetery. Mr. Lane was born Sept. 9, 1883, in Floyd County, Va., to Mr. and Mrs. John Lane. After education in Floyd County schools, he was married to Minnie T. Hill on March 17, 1910, in Floyd County. They came to the Dolliver area after their marriage, where he was employed on a farm. In 1930, they moved to a farm in the Armstrong area where he farmed and resided the remainder of his life. He was a member of United Methodist Church, Armstrong. Survivors include his wife, Minnie; two sons, John of Estherville and Edger of Clarksville; four daughters, Mrs. R. H. (Alvia) Vigdal, Dolliver, Mrs. Glen (Tresa) Wheeler, Minot, N.D., Mrs. Clair 0?earl) Zit- terich, Estherville, and Mrs. Rosie Thompson, Estherville; 21 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and one great-great­ grandchild; and one sister, Mrs. Allie Duncan. Preceding him in death were his parents, five sisters and one brother. Friends may call at Reese- Henry Funeral Home, Armstrong, all day Thursday and until noon Friday. Legion Sets 8th District Conference The Eighth District of the Iowa American Legion will hold its Mid-Winter Conference on Sunday, Jan. 21, at Farnhamville, according to Marlon P. Johnson, director of public relations. The Eighth District is made up of Boone, Calhoun, Carroll, Crawford, Emmet, Greene, Hamilton, Hancock, Humboldt, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Webster and Winnebago counties. Post No. 510 of Farnhamville will act as host to representatives of the 97 Legion Posts in the Eighth District. The meeting will convene at 1 p.m. Sunday and will be in charge of District Commander Reuben Peterson of Harcourt. Department Service Officer Val Likens and Assistant Department Adjutant Marion P.Johnson, both of Des Moines, will also attend. Implementationofa new "Third Party Analysis" program to aid high school seniors of the area in determining and fulfilling their post-high school ambitions, has been announced by Iowa Lakes Community College. The new program is designed to supplement the information and guidance presently beingglv- en high school students by their school counselors, essentially an additional back-up program to assist high school counselors in a task that has become increasingly complex and difficult, according to the announcement. Functioning of the "Third Party Analysis" program will involve the visitation to local high schools in Area HI of a member of the Student Services staff of the college. There he will present a short and informal program to groups of senior students, explaining the program and how it is designed to reinforce the local school's counseling efforts. Following the program each student fills out a short form that is concerned with plans he is making for his post- high school years. Students may remain after the meeting for individual questions. The student questionnaire Health Career Scholarships Now Available Ten scholarships for the 197374 school year are now availabe to Iowans majoring in rehabilitation or health-related careers. The Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Iowa, Inc. is again offering a total of $3,650 in scholarships, Judge James Kelley of LeMars, Society president, has announced. The E. L. Peterson Memorial Award is a $500 scholarship and the other nine awards are $350 each, Junge Kelley said. The Peterson Memorial Award honors the former police chief of Boone, a past president of the Easter Seal Society and a longtime volunteer for the organization. GED Classes At Gruver A General Educational Development Preparatory Class will start on Jan. 18 at Lincoln Central School in Gruver and will meet from 7 to 10 p.m. every Thursday. The class is designed to provide individualized instruction for anyone who has not completed high school and would like to do so. Upon satisfactory completion of the General Education Development test, a student will be issued a high school equivalency certificate by the State Department of Public Instruction. No pre - registration for the class is necessary and a person may enroll simply by attending. Further information about the class may be obtained by contacting Joanne Gaalswyk, instructor for the class; Nathan Leidahl, Adult Education Supervisor, or by calling the Department of Adult and Continuing Education at Iowa Lakes Community College. forms are then turned over to the Iowa Lakes Community College research staff, who will study, analyze, and comment on each student's projected plans. The comments will be sent to each student in the form of a personal letter, that will then form a supplemental information sheet that relates to his career plans. Some schools in the area have already been visited, while appointments are currently being set up with others for the group meetings of seniors with the college representative. It is emphasized by the college that the "Third Party Analysis" program is not directed just at those seniors who may be contemplating continuing their education, but rather is a comprehensive community effort to help all seniors in their post- high school plans, whether in the area of employment or further training and education. Services Set Thursday At Fenton Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Rosseisen, 88, Fenton, are to be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton. Mrs. Rosseisen died at 5:05 a.m. Jan. 15, 1973, at Good Samaritan Center, Algona. She was born Jan. 29, 1885, in Germany to William and Louisa Schmiedenberg Haack. She came to the United States at the age of 13 years and settled at Emmetsburg where she was employed as a housekeeper until her marriage. She married Ernest Rosseisen of Fenton on June 28, 1933. They made their home at Fenton, where she lived until entering the Good Samaritan Center in Algona V/2 years ago. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church at Fenton. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Ernestine Hading, Algona, and two nieces. Preceding her in death were her parents, husband, 13 brothers and sisters. The Rev. Rex Splcer will officiate at the services. Interment will be made in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery at Fenton. Visitation may be made until time of services at Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Fenton. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 17, 1973 Page 12 Horseshoes have been "lucky" American colonist considered ever since the English imposed himself fortunate to find a still- a tax on all metal, and the usable shoe thrown by a horse. MURLAINE MAAS Murlaine Maas Completes PN Training Murlaine Maas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Maas of rural Ringsted, has successfully completed the eleven-month program of practical nursing and will receive her school pin in ceremonies to be held Sunday, Feb. 4, at Area I Vocational Technical School in Calmar. Miss Maas, a 1970 graduate of Ringsted High School, will write her State Board Examination for Practical Nurses in March. She attended Iowa Lakes Community College for one year, then took a nurses aide course in Emmetsburg and worked at Palo Alto County Hospital before enrolling in the Practical Nursing course. B-Z-B 4-Hers Name Officers The December meeting of the Center B-Z-B 4-H Club was held at Connie Moore's. Roll call was answered by 10 members and three guests. Record books will be returned in January or February. For new business, free admission to an ILCC game was discussed. Officers for 1973 are: Connie Moore, president; Paula Kirchner, vice-president; Jean Hoffman, secretary; Vicki Andersen, treasurer; Lola Wedebrand, photographer; Gloria Juhl, historian. These officers will meet' at Dick Campbell's home to set up 1973 programs. Installation of officers was scheduled to be held at Gruver Church. Secretary, Gloria Juhl. SPENCER NORTH "Y" AUCTION TUESDAY AND FRIDAY SALES 12:30 P.M. 210 Consignors watched over 3,000 head of their livestock go on the auction block last week. Brisk demand both days, and thought Friday's sale got stronger the longer it progressed. We called all classes of livestock steady to higher, with the exception of butcher cows. Partial listing of sales: 42 Mixed pigs 45* $27.75 a head 47 mixed pigs 96* $35.60 a head 17 lambs 82* $32.60 cwt 12 Hamp. sows (597*) $140 a head Breeding ewes $15.00 to $25.00 a head Butcher boars $22.50 to $23.25 cwt Brood cows $300 to $392 a head 7 mixed Charolais calves 242* $60. cwt 38 mixed Charolais heifers 433* $47.75 cwt 27 mixed Charolais steers 427* $54.20 cwt 16 mixed steers 416* $56.70 cwt 18 mixed heifers 435* $51.70 cwt 15 Black steers 543* $52.25 cwt 13 mixed whiteface steers 496* $53.40 cwt 3 Charolais bulls 687* $42.00 cwt 10 mixed steers 697* $46.50 cwt 98 mixed heifers 784* $39.40 cwt 17 mixed steers 741* $45.50 cwt 34 Holstein steers and bulls 670* $37.95 cwt 40 Black Whiteface heifers 830* $40.00 cwt 11 Whiteface heifers 420* $51.25 cwt 4 Whiteface heifers 320* $53.50 cwt 10 Whiteface steers (fleshy) 899* $42.80 cwt 1 Angus market bull 1435* $33.40 cwt Bulk of the market cows $24.00 to $28.00 cwt top $28.60 cwt Last week livestock from our auction went to all parts of the western part of Iowa plus 5 states. These were sales of the 9th and 12th. IF YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK TO MOVE, WE'RE AS CLOSE AS YOUR PH0HE. SPENCER 262-4528 or Burroughs Connover 836-2442 Dickons In 1931 editor Henry L. Men­ cken found that on his radio, "all I could fetch up was a long series of imbecile speeches by fifth- rate politicians and agitators and an equally long series of stupid musical programmes." Snowmobile Safety Talk PETERSBURG— Kenny Bargfrede gave a talk on snowmobile safety at a meeting of the Petersburg 4H Club Monday night at the Town Hall. Mrs. John Wleskus installed the new officers for the coming year. Wendy Wedebrand and Pat Resch showed slides and described their citizenship trip to Washington D.C., last summer. Lunch was served by Mrs. Don Clarken and Mrs. Bob Ringgenberg. On Dean's List Lorene Whitehouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Whitehouse of rural Estherville, has been named to the Dean's List at Northwestern College in Orange City with a 4.0 grade point average. Miss Whitehouse, a 1970 graduate of Lincoln Central High School in Gruver, is a junior this year at Northwestern majoring in mathematics. ATTENTION FARMERS SEE WHAT'S NEW FOR 1973. 400 AIR CYCLE CORN PUNTER MEETING THURSDAY, JANUARY 25th AT ESTHERVILLE IMPLEMENT AT 7:30 P.M. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER PERSONNEL WILL BE ON HAND TO ANSWER ANY AND ALL QUESTIONS. Coffee I Donutt Served After Meeting How to spot a Bank Financed Car Look at the Owner If he looks relaxed, happy, contented, you know he has financed his car the low-cost, prompt-service, Bank Way. EMMET COUNTY STATE BANK •tcbfetMltwiMuntlMlomo •IJV A GOOD COMMWm ESTHERVILLE h top ft ft* m

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