Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 19, 1973 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, January 19, 1973
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Estherville, Area Students On Mankato Honor List s 9 A.M. A.M. 21 21 NW NW 9 9 20 The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 37 Minimum yesterday: 21 Temperatures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Wind chill factor: ONE YEAR AGO High, 34; Low, 3 NORTHWEST IOWA Becoming cloudy Friday night, colder, lows in mid to upper teens. Cloudy Saturday with a chance of showers, highs in the 30s. Precipitation chances 10 per cent Friday night, 40 per cent Saturday. Building Permits Iowa State Highway Commission, Ames, for construction of 12-stall masonry garage to cost $150,337 at junction of Iowa Highway 9 and Third Avenue S. (across highway from Masonic Temple). Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Louis Hass, Mrs. Eldon Molendorp, Lake Park; Mrs. Viola Spencer, Mrs. Lilly Whitney, Milford. Dismissed Thursday: Wayland Forbes, Harris; Mrs. Owen Primavera and baby girl, Elwood Gilbert, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Gilbert Rinck, Hartley. Local Calendar SATURDAY Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Dcbra Platter, Mrs. William Green, Mrs. Grace Robinson, Mrs. William T. Nielsen, Lawrence Behrends, Estherville; William Joyce, Graettinger. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Roger Wilcox, Buffalo Center; Becky Nettleton, Armstrong; Jeffery Steffcs, Dickens; Mrs. William Snyder, Bernard Roscnotv, Barbara Dahl, Mrs. Frances Woodyard transferred to Iowa City hospital, Mrs. Gary Eide and boy, Mrs. Herbert Allen, Estherville. Daniel Wycoff Receives Grant For Masters Daniel Wycoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wycoff of Estherville, is among the winter graduates at Wayne State College, Wayne, Neb., receiving a bachelor of science in education degree. He will continue his schooling in the latter part of August at the University of Wyoming at Laramie and has received a grant for the work. Wycoff is a 1969 graduate of Estherville High School and attended Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville prior to enrolling at Wayne State College. Gibson's Wins Media Award Area students scored at Mankato State College on the High Honor List with straight "A" averages, while enrolled for at least 12 credit hours. Those who were among the 285 qualified for the High Honor List were Kathleen Y. Jurries, sophomore, Dunnell; Ellen M. Johnson, senior, Estherville; Kenneth L. Wetzler, senior, Jackson; and two from Swea City, Linda E. Danielson, sophomore, and Peggy A. Kauffman, junior. Others on the Honor List at Mankato State, who qualified with a 3.5 to 3.99 average, enrolled for at least 12 credit hours, were: Five from Estherville, Alan R. Pelzer, Rhonda R. Swanson and Diane K. Mathias, juniors, and Charles L. Uknes and Pauline M. Jensen, seniors. Area students included Kathleen K. Prust, Ceylon, junior; Mardell A. Jensen, junior, and Lejean M. Schmidt, senior, both of Emmetsburg; Kathy J. Dierks, senior, Graettinger; CarrineMa- tasovsky, senior, and Robert J. Set Tithing Conference An area-wide conference on tithing and its connection with the church will be held at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Estherville starting at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21. Speaker for the meeting will be the Rev. Roger Leenerts of Battle Creek, who is a member of the Stewardship Committee of the Iowa District West, Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Emmet County Public Employ­ es Credit Union—6:30 p.m. Annual meeting at St. Patrick's School. MONDAY At the National Retail Merchants Association 62nd annual convention held at the New York Hilton January 7-10, a jury of sales promotion experts awarded Pamida, Inc., owner and operator of Gibson Discount Centers, the runner-up "Silver Certificate" j . if i for excellence in a co-ordinated LilOXU LUCKY promotion using multi-media advertising. The theme of the promotion the "WILD SALE" featured Representatives from Lutheran congregations in Estherville, Spencer, Terril, Spirit Lake, Emmetsburg, Mallard, Ayrshire, Webb, Royal, Lake Park and Harris are expected to attend. Lassies Meet Morning Kiwanis Club—6:45 a.m. At Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens—2 p.m. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. Cribbage Tournament — 7:30 p.m. At Elks Club. Open to public. Hospital Auxiliary—2 p.m. At hospital meeting room. TUESDAY Estherville Garden Club— 9 a.m. At home of Mrs. Ralph LaRue. Kiwanis Club— Noon. At Gard­ ston Hotel. Senior Citizens — 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. Area Calendar ,DUNNELL 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. TERRIL Tuesday—Loyal Friends meet with Mrs. Bob Blum for breakfast, election of officers. was in Gibson Discount Centers during the month of May 1972. It included a 24 page full color circular, newspaper and radio advertising and assorted in-store promotional efforts. Accepting the award for Pamida was LeRoy Peterson, Director of Advertising & Sales Promotion. Drug Seminar At Iowa Lakes The regular meeting of the Lloyd Lucky Lassies was held at the home of Jane Hermanson on Jan. 13. Roll call was answered by 18 members and one visitor. We discussed a money raising project. Jane Hermanson then introduced Jean Krebs. Jean gave a talk about the activities of 1973. The meeting was adjourned. Lunch was served by Jane and her mother. Kellie Krieger, Reporter Winzenburg, junior, Jackson; Rita R. Taylor, junior, Ruthven; Michael E. Kistner, sophomore, Spirit Lake; Michael J. Tobin, senior, Swea City. Terril Cubs Hold Meetings TERRIL - Cub Scout Dens 1, 2, and 3 met in the homes of den mothers on Monday. The groups made plans for the Blue and Gold Banquet to be held at the Legion Hall on Monday evening, Feb. 19. A family potluck supper will be held. Two names were omitted on the awards list from the last Pack meeting. Lennie Probst was awarded his Wolf Badge and an arrow; Jerome Schacherer had earned his Wolf Badge and three arrows. Wallingford Colorado Guests at Wallingford Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Anderson and Jamie, Greeley, Colo., arrived in the parental Jesse Anderson and Thor Nielsen home early Friday morning. They had their baby baptized on Sunday. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Krough and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brix. The above-mentioned were dinner guests in the Thor Nielsen home, with the Rev. Wesley Brodin and David, and Mr. Brodin's mother; David Krough, Des Moines; Mrs. Kristine Nielsen, Kim Anderson, Dewey Anderson and a friend. The Maurice Andersons plan to stay for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Thorson have returned home from a visit with their daughter and family in Oregon. Ringsted Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Myers of Decorah spent several days with the former's mother, Mrs. Frankie Myers. The Lloyd Nelsens have moved into their newly built home on the farm northwest of town. Mr. and Mrs. Thorvald Rasmus sen are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Robert Godfredsen at Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Clare Skattebo went to Sioux Falls, S. D., Thursday to visit her aunt, Mrs. M. L. Brown. She was accompanied by Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman. Mrs. Leo Powers visited Thursday with Mrs. Glendon Prescott In Armstrong. Ringsted ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRl, JAN. 19, 1973 Page 8 Questions such as "Why Do People Take Drugs?" and "What Can I Do to Cope with the Drug Abuse Problem?" will be discussed at a Drug Abuse Seminar scheduled from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, in the auditorium of Iowa Lake Community College, in Estherville. The meeting will be moderated by Bill Luke, administrative assistant of the Northwest Iowa Alcohol and Drug Treatment Unit. The one-night session is for all adults and young people who are interested in a better understanding of the drug situation. grrr r f rr******* > ******"***"**"***********************rrrrrfrrrfrfffrrfrrrfrr#»ff nnim PM Most long distance station rates are cheaper after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday. Call when its cheaper. Northwestern Ball Honored on 80th Birthday DEAN BARNES Corn-Soybean Clinic Set At Ringsted A Corn-Soybean Clinic will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 23, in the basement of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Ringsted, according to Gene Rullestad, Emmet County extension director. Dean Barnes, extension crops production specialist for northwest Iowa, will be the featured speaker at the afternoon meeting. Topics he will discuss will include herbicides, insecticides, . and management practices in corn and soybean production. "All area farmers are invited to attend this crops meeting," Rullestad said. Following adjournment, coffee and donuts will be served. On USD Dean's List ' Sheila LeMaster of Estherville and Paula Neppel of Dolliver are on the Dean's List at the University of South Dakota for maintaining grades of B or , above in all subjects, according to Dean Thomas Moriarty. Mrs. Freda McCamlsh was honored on her 80th birthday on Sunday and Monday by a group of . her friends including, Mr. and Mrs. ArdenJongberg of Arm- Armstrong, Mrs. Einer Hansen of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Iven Petersen and Judy, Mrs. Gerald Fink, Mrs. Leo Sorensen, Rita and Ruth, Mrs. Burton Cronk, and Mrs. Thyra Sorensen. Birthday cake s were brought by Mrs. Fink and Mrs. Jensen. Michael Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jensen, has been staying at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jensen, while his mother was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herluf Johansen and family were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson and family at Storm Lake. Mrs. Anna Kemmet was hostess to her SUSO Topps Club for 500 at her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Madden, Mrs. James Madden and Jason attended the funeral of Mr. James McNeill recently at Iroquiis, S.D., and were overnight guests at the Lampson home at Rutland, S. D. The Ringsted firemen held their annual Firemen's supper Saturday at the Davidson Cafe. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Heidecker, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Plaggs, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McKay, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Naig, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Culbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Corderman, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Osted- gaard, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Petersen, Robert Petersen, Earl Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Irmiter and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Maday and Theresa of New Ulm, Minn., visited over the weekend at the home of Mrs. Anna Kimmet. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kemmet and family of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kimmet of Estherville, Mrs. Floyd Yackle and Mary of Dolliver joined the group Sunday afternoon at the Kemmet home. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Wilson of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson of New Hope, Minn., visited several days at the Ralph Wilson home. The Darwin Wilsons visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jensen. The Ronald Wilsons visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McKay. Mr. and Mrs. S.P. Sorensen and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bensen were recent guests in the Roy Johnson homeatLakefield, Minn. Mrs. Velma Lund entertained Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Beadle of Bancroft on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Culbertson and family of Tltonka visited Sunday evening at the Merle Culbertson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jacobsen concluded a visit at the home of their son, David Jacobsen in Canton, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith of Hoffman, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blackwell of Hutchinson, Minn., spent the weekend at the Clarence Weis home. GRAND THE/I TER • ES THER VIL L E NOW THRU SAT. . JAN. 17-20 ADULTS: $I.25/CHIID.: • ENTERTAINMENT I Wart " Disneys -v' DUMBO SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY JAN. ive. Rimed I Our Loan Programs Something Shout About RINGSTED SUSO Hard- Monday, 3:30 p.m. Topps Club at Petersen ware. Warranty Deeds Christensen, Wayne & Mary to Mac Donald, Ray HI & Jean M.; L 2 Blk 11 Lough's Addn, E'ville. Hansen, Eliza B. (Est of) to Anderson, George A. Jr. & Joan J.; L 3 Blk 1 Coons Addn, Eville (CO.D.) North Star Lodge No. 44 J.A.F. & A.M. by Trustees to Temple Assn, E'ville Masonic; E 26' of L 5 & 6 Blk 51 O.P., ville (Q.C.D.) Westphal, Jerold W. & Bonnie J. to Ridout, Burl N.; L 2 Miner Sunset Hgts Addn, Eville CS.W.D.) Beemer, Robert G. & Barbara to Hansen, Ronald J. & Janet; SW</4 & S 40 Acres of NWV 4 599-31 200 acres (Contract). Brown, Jean- K. & Robert C. to Kennedy, Margaret F.; Part ofNW>/ 4 8-98-34. Duhigg, Margaret F.toDuhigg, John J.; S 31 & S 32 T-98-R31 «J.CD.) Enjoy Chemical Co. & Esso Chem Co. Inc. & Humble Oil Retain* Co. to Exxon Corp; Merger. Children's Shoe Values to ' 14 00 R^R^R^ftj^fc^BW ^R^fcjW sdk&SB&SO&X DALE AND LAVINC SIGNS That's because we re flexible ... willing to work out a plan to suit the borrower's own special need. We know that each individual family's situation is different, so we try to arrange the repayment terms most convenient to you. Interest rates are the low­ est the law allows. Estktrvillt, lowi - Savings 4",

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