Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 18, 1973 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1973
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATU RES Maximum yesterday: 41 Minimum yesterday: 32 WEATHER TODAY Local Hospital S A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 32 32 Wind, direction: NW NW Wind, velocity: 6 6 Wind chill factor 30 Precipitation: trace ONE YEAR AGO High. 30; Low, 22 NORTHWEST IOWA Clearing and colder Thursday night, lows in lower 20s. Partly cloudy and colder Friday, highs in 20s. Precipitation chances near 7ero Thursday night, 10 per cent Friday. Local Calendar THURSDAY Lincoln Central PTO— 8 p.n. At Gruver, program, drama department. AAUW-S p.m. At Mrs. Don Brown home.. Jack Bedell, speaker. Area Calendar TERRJL Thursday—Circle One, Morning, Mrs. Kenneth Dingel; Circle Two, .Afternoon, Mrs. Russel Clark. .DUNN ELL Saturday, 2 p.m.—Open house miscellaneous shower for Theresa Jurries at St. John's Lutheran Church. SUPERIOR Sunday, 2-5 p.m. — Open house for 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris at their home in Superior. Warranty Deeds Salyers, Lewis £. & Nettie to Tredway, Vem Rodney & Norma Ruth; L 6 BIk 2 Stalford & Jarvis Addn, E'ville. Tredway, Vern Rodney & Norma Ruth to Roberts, Kenneth W. & L. June; L 6 BIk 2 Stalford & Jarvis Addn, E'ville. Westphal, Jerold W. & Bonnie J. to Ridout, Burl N.; L 2 Miner Sunset Hgts Addn, E'ville. Ahrens, Edward Jr. & Patricia to Leiding, Edwin; Part of SEV* 7-99-34. Ahrens, Edward F. Sr. & Marie to Blagg, Fauntelle & John; SE^A 19-99-33. Blagg. John & Fauntelle to Blagg, Fauntelle; SE',4 19-99-33. Barsness, Gordon F. & Florence G. to Oaknoll Inc.; Tract in SE »/4 9-99-34 (QCD). Barsness, Gordon F. & Florence G. to Oaknoll Inc.; Tract inSE% 9-99-34. Cgo & NW Transp Co to Fischer, Cyril E.; strip over W'/ 2 NE»A 34-99-34. Baby Named RINGSTED — Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stavely (Gladys Voetmann) of Wichita, Kan., received word this week, of the adoption of their second baby daughter. The baby, who has been named Jocelyn Carita, weighed 6 pounds 14 ounces, and was born Jan. 4. She is welcomed home by an adopted sister, Jill, age 2. RINGSTED - Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jensen of rural Estherville are parents of a daughter, Kelly Sue, born Jan. 9 at the Emmeteburg Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces. She has two brothers, Michael 5 and Randy 2% and two foster sisters, Anita and Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jensen are her paternal grandparents and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson of Esther- vlll. Greatgrandparents are Mrs. Sam Anderson of Estherville and Mr. Clyde Gilbaugh of Fenton. WALLINGFORD - THE REV. and Mrs. Wesley Brodin are the parents of a baby girl, born Friday night, Jan. 12. Diane Marie has a brother at home awaiting her arrival. Mr. Brodin"s mother is assisting in their home. DIANA LYNN DUHN was born Jan. 13, 1973, at Dickinson Memorial Hospital, Spirit Lake, to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Dunn, Lake Park, and weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Dunn of Spirit Lake, Iowa and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Byron Schuett, Lake Park, IM ». This is the Rodney Dunns' drat child. Evert Griese Rites At Dolliver Friday ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. William Snyder, Mrs. James Cheslcy, Mrs. Frances Woodyard, I A vern Koenecke, Daniel Richardson, Randy Jensen, Estherville; Jeffery Steffes, Dickens; Mrs. Clarence Thu, Mrs. Clifford Blighton, Inland Stiles, David Stewart, Graettinger; Mrs. Mary Meyer, Bancroft. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Gerald Spangler, Francis Abel, Mrs. Leslie Stinar, Mrs. Arch Kaltved, Mrs. William Zumach, Debra Friesner, Estherville; Mrs. Clara Waller, Graettinger; Mrs. Jennie DeWall, TerriljMrs. Isidor Fuente?, Superior; Mrs. Wesley Brodin and girl, Wallingford. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Paul Roehl,' Mrs. Everett Dad son, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Elmer Heilman, Ocheyedan; Mrs. Richard Hanson, Estherville. Dismis sed Wedne sday: Sandra Anderson, Spencer; Mrs. Bertha Hansen, Estherville; Mrs. Rodney Duhn and baby girl, Lake Park; Kenneth Winston, Okoboji; William Seufert, Spirit Lake. FAIRMONT - Admitted Tuesday: Elmer A. Kleine, Mrs. Earl Burmeister, Sherburn. Dismissed Tuesday: Torval L. Barkeim, Lakefield; Donald Charnecki, Guckeen; Irwin Eck, St. James; Mrs. Dennis Guerdet, Swea City; Mrs. Herman Janssen, Sherburn. JACKSON - Admitted Tuesday: Lawrence Larson, Jackson; Clare Hybbert, Dunne 11. Dismissed Tuesday: Kathy Tyrrell, John Willett, Mrs. Henry Hample, Jackson. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Thomas Allan Davies, Estherville, 1973 Ford; Craig Gary Colston, Armstrong, 1973 Chevrolet; Robert Mitchell, Armstrong, 1973 Ford; Frank R. or Mary A. Downs, Estherville, 1973 Mercury, Danny W. or Barbara Faye Donovan, Estherville, 1973 Dat- sun. Licenses for new trucks have been issued to Ernest L. Burdette, Wallingford, 1973 GMC; Alvin-H. or Adeline V. Thornsen, Estherville, 1972 International; Irwin L. Bandow, Estherville, 1973 GMC. SDSU Dean's List Includes Local Youths Five students from Estherville and surrounding area were named to the fall Dean's List at South Dakota State University by college deans. They were among more than 1,000 students who had. earned a grade point average of 3.25 or higher. They were: Theresa Satlak, Armstrong, College of Pharmacy; Helen Peterson, Estherville, College of Nursing; William Zitter- ich, Terril, and Douglas Knabe, Jackson, Minn., College of Engineering; and William Schultz, Estherville, College of Agriculture. Report Death Of James Pratt RINGSTED — Word was received by Mrs. Adolph Meyer of the death of James Pratt of Waterloo, husband of Alice Fink, a former Ringsted resident, on Saturday. He died of a heart attack and funeral services were held Tuesday. He is survived by his wife, a son, Jim, and daughter, Mary. Their address is 1018 Bayard St., Waterloo, Iowa, 50702. Hospitalized After Fall Mrs. Clarence Thu, 57, Graettinger, fell on ice at her home Wednesday and sustained bruises on back and ribs, according to a doctor's report. She Is in excellent condition at Holy Family Hospital, where she will remain two or three days. Funeral services for Evert (Ed) Griese, S3, Dolliver, who died Jan. 16, lfl?3, will he held Friday at 10 a.m. at Dolliver United Methodist Church. The Rev. Travis Cannaday will officiate and burial will be made in Armstrong Grove Cemetery. Mr. Griese died at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday at Fairmont Community Hospital. He was born Jan. 15, 1S84, in Ogle County, 111., to Mr. and Mrs. John Griese and educated in rural schools in Illinois. He moved with his family to Grundy Center and as a young man came to Emmet County. On Jan. 21, 1914, he married Lydia Hagebock at Dolliver. He lived in Dolliver since 1930, where he farmed and was employed by Emmet County for many years. He retired in 1945. He was a member of the Dolliver United Methodist Church and Odd Fellows Lodge. Surviving him are his wife, Lydia, Dolliver; one son, Carl, Dolliver; four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; one brother, Martin Griese, Burt; one sister, Mrs. Carrie Benton, Armstrong. He was preceded in death by his parents, one son, one daugh­ ter, six brothers and two sisters. Friends may call at Reese- Henry Funeral Home, Estherville, until 9 p.m. today, Thursday. Sherburn Man Honored By Air Force RAPID CITY, S.D. - Master Sergeant Arthur L. Carlson, son of Ervin J. Sinn of rural Sherburn, Minn., has received his second award of the U.S. Air Force Commendation Medal at Ellsworth AFB, S.D. Sergeant Carlson, a first sergeant, was cited for meritorious service while assigned to the 6486th and the 15th Services Squadrons at Hicham AFB, Hawaii. He now serves at Ellsworth with a unit of the Strategic Air Command, American's nuclear deterrent force of long range bombers and intercontinental ballistic missiles. The sergeant is a 1957 graduate of Trimont (Minn.) High School. His wife is the former Elsie M. Sampson. They are the parents of two children, Vivian and Carl. Smallfield Top Speaker Dwayne Smallfield was named best speaker, Mitch Juergens best table topics speaker and Bill Bryan best evaluator at Tuesday's Toastmasters meeting. Seventeen members were in attendance Including one new member, Orville Slers. Guests are welcome; Their pets aren't By Abigail Van Buren © ltn »T CMuw TrikMW-N. Y. N*«t Sflrt., Inc. DEAR ABBY: I would like to know how to handle the problem of guests who bring their unwelcome pets when they visit. My sister and her husband have two obnoxious poodles. They are not trained and are a menace to my children and household furnishings. I once jokingly hinted, "I can tie our children outside if they get on your dogs' nerves." INo reaction.] These dogs have growled and snapped at our children without provocation, and our little ones are terrified of them. On their last visit, one of the dogs lifted his leg on my collection of African violets and all my sister said was, "Whoops, Curley had an accident!" [It was no accident. It was deliberate.] I like animals, Abby, and am not cruel to them, but these poodles are more than I can take. I love my sister and wouldn't want her to discontinue her visits to me entirely, but how can I handle this? DOG PROBLEM DEAR PROBLEM: Quit hinting and Joking, and tell your sister you love her, and her visits, but not her dogs! But be sure to place the blame where it belongs. Ill-mannered and untrained pets are a reflection of their ignorant, laiy owners. DEAR ABBY: My husband's brother is suing his parents! How about that one? Joe claims his parents owe him $3,000. It seems when Joe was in the service he kept sending home war bonds. Well, after Joe came out of the service the folks gave him money left and right whenever he asked for it, but they had to cash the bonds to do it, so now there are no more bonds left. Joe claims his parents OWE him the money. And the , folks say they don't. What I want to know is this: Can a guy sue his own , parents? WONDERING DEAR WONDERING: Anybody can sue whomever he wants to sue. Whether he can WIN or not Is anybody's, guess—until after the case it settled. DEAR ABBY: Because I know I speak for many women, I hope you will print this open letter to my husband. Dear Joe [fictitious name]: You have on occasion criticized me for the way I look, and how different things are from our early years together. Well, I guess you're right. I've heard your side of the story, now here's mine: When we were courting, you couldn't see me enough. This continued thru our honeymoon and the early months of our marriage. You really made me feel on top of the world. I knew my place in your life. But when the newness wore off, I got shoved further and further into the background. You started going places with your buddies again. Your ego and your job became more important to you than your home and family. Maybe my figure isn't what it used to be. But pregnancies and childbirth can do that to a woman. [You've gained weight, too. What's your excuse?] I spend four and five days and nights alone with the kids, being both mother and father to them. If you're home for supper two nights a week you think you deserve a medal. You DO support us, but the paycheck is not enough. We need your presence, too. How long do you intend to Ignore the warning signals our older children have, given us by the way of the distress they feel over the family being separated so much? It's high time you realize that our kids need a father, too. So if I eat more than I should, it's only because I am to unhappy over our life and your refusal to take an active part in it. YOUR PART-TIME WIPE DEAR WIFE: I'm betting I get at least 100 letters asking. "Did my wife write that?" ProMemiT Yeu'U feel better If yea got It off yaw cheat. Far a peneaal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. OtTOO, L. A.. Calif. 10000. Eaclese lUMped, oelf-aMmeoi eavaltoe. Waat te i. Col. I Youths Earn Degrees Among 970 University of Iowa students who completed work for Degrees in December are four from Estherville; two from Spirit Lake, two from Spencer, one from Graettinger and one from Ruthvcn. Those from Estherville are: Sarah Sammons, B. A. English; Kathryn Wittneben Stammer, bachelor of general studies; William Boies, B.S. sociology; and Janice Kleen, B.S. psychology. From Spirit Lake are Nancy Narey Wyatt, M.A. nursing; and Judy Powell, B.A. social work. From Spencer are Beverly Lunsman, B.A. psychology and social work; and Doris Avery, bachelor of music. Douglas Naae, Graettinger, received a Ph.D. in chemistry; and Judith Evans, Ruthven, a B.S. in elementary and special education. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., JAN. 18, 1973 Pag* 8 Students Named to ISU Dean's List Eighty-four of the nation's top 500 industrial corporations have opened 144 plants in Nebraska. Among 1,661 top students at Iowa State University who were named to Uic Deans' List for Uie fall quarter were several from Estherville and the area. Those from Estherville were Janice K. Bohnsack, elementary education; Jeffrey S. Higley, aerospace engineering; Russell D. Richard, farm operation; and Robert C. Torrcnce, elementary education.2 Others were Mark W. Olson, Dolliver, computer science; Terl A. Grant, Milford, English; Jody A. Walker, Milford, sociology; Myrna E. Wilson, Milford, elementary education; Terrencc C. Jensen, Ringsted, physics; Patricia K. Barber, Ruthven, food and nutrition— dietetics. Students from Spencer named to the Deans' List were Jolene Freeburg Abens, physical education for women; Barbara K. Edwards, psychology; Mary K.Gan­ non, elementary education; Meredith Hart, child development; Steven E. Koenck, electrical engineering; Deborah E. Madsen, applied art- advertising design; Randall D. Olson, agricultural business; Edith E. Puffer, mathematics; Jim M. Steffen, mechanical engineering; James I. Sticnstra, industrial administration; Victoria L. Williams, family environment. Spirit Lake students were Nancy A. Bell, biology; Jolene A. Olson, home economics education; Michael L. Penning, physical education for men; Deborah S. Reed, physics; Edward H. Sebesta, chemical engineering. From Swea City were Lea K. Brandenburg, applied art-art education; Loren A. Brandt, animal science; Dennis L. Hanson, agricultural education; Dale R, Swanson, agronomy. Students included on the Deans? List are those who achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or more while carrying at least IS credit hours. Hood Assigned to Forbes AFB MONGOMERY, Ala. - Staff Sergeant Gary J. Hood, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Jerry Hood of W. 601 Sixth Ave. N., Estherville, Iowa, has been graduated from the Air University Academic Instructor and Allied Officer School at Maxwell AFB, Ala. Sergeant Hood received intensive training in counseling, creative teaching, critiquing of writing and speaking and group behavior. He is assigned to Forbes AFB, Kan., with a unit of the Tactical Air Command whichprovidesalr support for combat units of U.S. ground forces. The sergeant, a 1961 graduate of Estherville High School, has completed a tour of duty in Vietnam. His wife, Ann, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawerance Reinesch of Estherville. For AMy'o new booklet, "What Kaew," tea* II to Akfey, Bex UNO, Lee Some People Wish . . . . OTHERS SAVE PAYDAY SAVINGS PAY OPEN A PASSBOOK SAVINGS TODAY — AND SAVE EACH PAYDAY — BEFORE YOU DO ANY SPENDING ESTHERVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Statement of Condition as of December 31, 1972 Assets Liabilities Mortgage Loans and Other Liens on Real Estate - 10,969,911.10 Savings Accounts < Loans on Savings Accounts Home Improvement Loans < Other Loans Real Estate Owned Cash •— U. S. Government Securities •— -.-.— Other Investment Securities -• - - • Federal Home Loan Bank Stock Office Building and Equipment Other Assets and Secondary Reserve • TOTAL 78,818.70 298,255.07 354,940.94 40,990.32 262,520.87 748,289.12 35,439.00 69,600.00 56,045.57 76,725.07 12,991,534.76 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank • Loans in Process 1 • Other Liabilities General Reserves — - Surplus • TOTAL 11,071,315.32 600,000.00 335,483.87 249,095.06 505,490.97 230,149.54 12,991,534.76 ESTHERVILLE SAVINGS FEDERAL • ASSOCIATION 121 NORTH SIXTH STREET ESTHERVILLE, IOWA $1334

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