Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 22, 1973 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, January 22, 1973
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURKS Maximum yesterday: 28 Minimum yesterday: 28 WEATHER TODAY 8 Temperatures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Wind chill factor: A.M. 24 N 12 4 o A.M. 24 X 12 Sww: 3>,i inches •ONE YEAR AGO Hfch, 30; Ixm-, 22 NORTHWEST IOWA Snow ending Monday nipht with decreasing cloudiness toward morning. Partly sunny and a little warmer Tuesday. Ixnvs Monday night 10-15. Highs Tuesday in the upper 20s to lower 30s. Area Calendar TERRIL Tuesday— Loyal Friends meet with Mrs. Bob Blum for breakfast, election of officers. Local Calendar MONDAY Cribbagc Tournament — 7:30 p.m. At Elks Club. Open to public. 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. Wa-Tan-Ye - 6:15 p.m. At Gardston Hotel; silent auction. TOPS— 7 p.m. City Hall. Newcomers Club— 8 p.m. DEK meeting room. WEDNESDAY Pinochle—2 p.m. Community Center. Area Hospitals Local Hospital KSTHF.RVILLK - Admitted Friday: Donald Graettingcr, John DoVrio, Graettingcr; Mrs. Carrie Kruse, Ringstcd; Mrs. Elsie Gunderson. Wallingford; Mrs. TiMs Ktnnard, Mrs. Orville Boyster, James Clipper ton, Mrs. Howard Brayton, Mrs.HelenSch- widdcr, Estherville. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Clifford Blighton, Graettingcr; Robert Eaye, Wallingford; Daniel Richardson, Mrs. Carolyn Dierenfeld, Mrs. Tilda Kinnard, Glenn Crook, Frederick Stern- bors, Mrs. William Nielsen, Estherville. Admitted Saturday: Edward George, Mrs. Julius Kclch, Mrs. Lena Hildreth, Estherville; Mrs. Edward Anderson, Graettingcr; Mrs. Dcna Lofblom, Wallingford; Mrs. Minnie Kylen, Swea City. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Loretta Ricke, Mrs. James Peterson, Lloyd Anderson, Mrs. William Greene, Estherville; Mrs. Harold Jorgensen, Bruce Dunn, William Joyce, Mrs. G. M. Ton- derum, Graettinger; Mrs. Ralph Cronk, Mrs. Leslie Anderson, Thomas Christiansen, Armstrong; Maynard Hertzke, Lakota; Mrs. Rissie Champlne, Ceylon; Viggo Christensen, Bancroft. Admitted Sunday: Dr. William Johnson, David Booth, Mrs. Lawrence Bchrends, Mrs. Darrell Huntley, Danny Frerichs, Estherville; Robert Griffith, Dolliver; Mrs. George Schadt, George Schadt, Brewster, Minn.; Mrs. Lyle Las tine, Terril. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Orville Boyster, Debra Platter, James Clipper ton, Mrs. James Chesley, Estherville; David Stewart, Graettinger. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Jan. 19, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Terry Murray, Graettinger, a son, 6 pounds, 10 ounces. Roy Swalve Rites Set For Tuesday Roy Swalve, 63, Estherville, died Jan. 20, 1973, at Veterans Hospital in St. Cloud, Minn. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Calvary Baptist Church in Estherville, the Rev. G. O. St. Lawrence officiating. Burial will be made in East Side Cemetery, with military graveside services. Mr. Swalve was born May 28, 1909, to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Swalve. He was educated in Aplington and was married May 20, 1942, to Meta Bassett Mitchell in Ceylon. He lived n Ledyard and Bancroft area as a young man, then moved to Estherville where he was employed by the city for a number of years. A veteran of World War n, he was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving him are his brothers, Richard Swalve, Graettinger, John Isebrand, Estherville, Everett Swalve, Kiester, Minn., Otto Swalve, Estherville, Ellsworth Swalve, LeMars, Andrew Swalve, Bricelyn, Minn.; his sisters, Mrs. Frances Bietz, Whittemore, Mrs. Harry Schroeder, Estherville, Mrs. Forest McGregor, Bancroft, Mrs. Tillie Bebo, Estherville, Mrs. Harold Selberg, Estherville, Mrs. Vern Barlow, Estherville, Mrs. Richard Williams, Nine-Mile Falls, Wash., Mrs. Charles Kliene, Chatfield, Minn.; two step-children, Mrs. Elmer Schmidtke, Estherville, and Melvin Mitchell, Dodge Center, Minn.; and four step-grandchildren. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 22, 1973 Page 8 Name Paul Enerson President Of Estherville Lutheran Estherville Lutheran Church officers for 1973 were installed by the Rev. Oscar E. Engebretson at the regular Sunday worship service on Jan. 21. Paul Enerson was installed as president of the congregation, elected at the annual congregational meeting of Estherville Lutheran Church Jan. 9. Other officers to serve for 1973 are: Walter Prescher, vice-president; Wilma Gronstal, secretary; and Mrs. Donald Kuhnau, treasurer. Financial secretary is Dennis Becker; auditors, Richard Sidles and Arnold Yates. Harold Reese was elected to the cemetery committee. Delegates to the district convention are R. S. Khutsen and Mrs. Roy Enerson. Delegate to Williams Kolsrud Al Williams has joined Golden Sun Feeds as director of sales training. Williams, formerly with a major mid-west feed manufacturer, will be located in the firm's Corporate Offices in Estherville. Harlan Kolsrud, assistant director of sales training, and a Golden Sun Feeds employe since 1969, has been promoted to the position of merchandising manager. He will continue to work out of Estherville. City Police Investigate Three Weekend Accidents Key 73 Plans Made By Local Churches He was preceded in death his parents, his wife and brother. by one DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Friday: Harry Locey, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Anna Erickson, Milford; Robert Tvedte, Otoboji; Mrs. Charles White, Estherville; Jeffrey Tweedt, Montgomery. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Elsie Gunderson, Wallingford; Mrs. Paul Roehl, Fred Dowden, W. R. Rumbaugh, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Gladys Shaw, Spencer; Mrs. Elmer Heilman, Ocheyedan. Admitted Saturday: Terry Bergendahl, Lake Park. Dismissed Saturday: Robert Tvedte, Okoboji; Alvin Trabert, Milford; Mrs. Harley Higley, Mrs. Kenneth Sorensen, Estherville; Frank Mitchell, Mrs. Eldon Moiendorp, Lake Park; Jeffrey Tweedt, Montgomery. Admitted Sunday: George Scluiurr, Arnolds Park; Mrc. Josephine Keiiuan, Milford; IvLrt. John King, Estherville; Mrs. Jennie Hinders Mrt. Kenneth Westergard, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Kooeri McCiain, Lake Park:. Dismiised Sunday: Mrs. Kieii- ard Hanson, LsUiei-ville. t'AlHMONT- Admitted Thursday: Joel Holland, Buiierfield; Mrs. Joirn Schulv., Darwin Krenz, Heni'.v Fink, Fairmont; Anthony Scuuliz, Welcome; Mrs. Michael Kennedy, Arrnsu ow:; Ldward Koebbeku, Sherburit. DiMiiitibed Thursday: Mrt. Lewit- Clark, Mrs, Steve 'irern- ble.v and baby, Mix. Artiiur Werner and baby, Fairmont; Henry Hage, Lakefield. Admitted lria«;.: Mxs.. Sfcidon E. Siraiey, I VnU >i;. Difainjbsed hriday: Daniel Drude, Laivevie*', Jiieiiiwdisl Home; Dacn>(> iiienz, Jarneit E. Doimeliy, CrebtvieM \iwun, l-'air- mont; Curtk Me>ei, hUi>. Clair Kelly and baby, Truman; Wirt. Ofacar Holland, iakmom; Mrs.. fMJgbt Griff ill), Fox Lake. JACKSON - Admitted Friday: Domslat KuaU-, Wrt. Gordon Satte, JacKbwi; Marlyx Kro- wilrz, Wells; Jeflrey JtnkinK, Bigulow. Dib«iib!>vd J-riday; i/irt, Emma Anderson, Mrs. Mary flyfc- •Jlra, Jackbon; Clare Hybbert, Bunnell; Jemiiler Me Lane, Minneapolis Area Birtha DICK1WS0N COUN'1 i' - Horn Jan. 19, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs, CH #rl«b White, ffcttarvMie, a 4 *mbU >r, 7 pouode, 1 ouiwe, FAIRMONT - Ooea Jan, 19, 1973, U> Mr. and Mrs. Ldd Hybbert, Dunne 11, girl, 6 pounds, U Ounces. Born Jan. 19, Wft, UJ Mr. and Mrs. Arteri itotinuum, PMlrnumt, girl, 8 pound*, $k ounces. Baby Named CHAD GLENN COOKINHAM was born Jan. 13, 1973, at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, la., to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cookinham of Estherville, Iowa, and weighed B pounds, 11 ounces. Paternal grandparent is Ethel Cookinham, Estherville, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Edwards, Jackson, Minn. He is welcomed by a sister, Terri Jean, age 4>/o. Tia Siackland On Dean's List MOUNT VERNON- Among 151 students named to the dean's list at Cornell College is Tia Stackland of Estherville. Tia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Severt Stackland. To qualify, an individual must attain a semester grade point average of at least 3.(1 on a scale of 4. Serving as pallbearers for the funeral will be Harvey Schroeder, Allen Schroeder, Lowell Swalve, Lawrence Swalve, Vernon McGregor and Dennis Grems. Friends may call at Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Estherville. An Estherville youth, Mark Douglas Pelzer, was treated for a cut lip at Holy Family Hospital and released following an accident when the car he was driving struck a utility pole on highway 9 one-half mile west of Estherville, about 10:30 Friday night, according to Estherville police. Pelzer, driving a 1966 Chevrolet, reportedly was attempting to make a turn off highway 9 onto Emmet County blacktop A-22, missed the corner and traveled across the center line, went off the south shoulder of the road and struck a utility pole. Pelzer, whose car was considered a total loss, was charged with traveling left of the center portion of the road. Estherville police investigated a two-car accident on highway nine near the Highlander Club. A car driven by Victori Jean Meyer, Spirit Lake, reportedly was backing north from the Highlander Club when her car stalled and was struck by a car driven by Gerry Kent Pearson of Spencer at approximately 1:15 a.m. Sunday. Pearson was traveling east on highway 9 when the accident occurred. Damage resulted to the right door and fender of the Meyer car and to the right front of the Pearson car. A parked and unattended car owned by Scott Rasmus sen of Dolliver was hit by an unknown vehicle in the left rear fender at 1639 Maplecrest. Damage resulted to the left rear fender of Rasmussen's 1972 Pontiac. Halverson, Montgomery On Dean's List Jeanine Halverson of Estherville and Mary Montgomery of Dolliver have been placed on the Dean's List for the fall term of the 1972-73 academic year at John F. Kennedy College in Wahoo, Neb. Jeanine, a sophomore, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Halverson of Estherville 'and Mary, a freshman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery of Dolliver. A person who attains the Dean's List at John F. Kennedy College must have acquired at least a 3.4 grade point average of a possible 4.0. Mrs. J. V. Burkhead Rites Held Monday at Armstrong Mrs. J. V. (Florence) Burkhead, 85, Armstrong, died Jan. 20, 1973, at Fairmont Community Hospital. Services were held at 2 p.m. today, Monday, at First Presbyterian Church, Armstrong, with Leslie Lewis officiating. Burial was made in Armstrong Grove Cemetery. She was born May 9, 1887, on a farm west of Armstrong to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Felkey. She graduated from Armstrong schools and attended Cornell College. She was married toJesseVer- lyn Burkhead Jan. 1, 1908, at Armstrong. She worked before her marriage at the First National Bank at Armstrong. After marriage they operated a clothing store in Armstrong until retirement in 1944. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Armstrong, and Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Lorna Robinson, Armstrong; one son, Jesse Burkhead, Syracuse, N.Y.; and four grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one sister and one brother. Funeral arrangements were made by Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Armstrong. Plans for implementation of Key 73 were made at a meeting of representatives of 12 area churches recently, and a census committee is now mapping out territories for assignment of census takers. Key 73, as explained by the Rev. Rick Borger of Church of the Nazarene, secretary for the committee, is "an interdenominational effort to confront every person on the North American continent with the claims of Christ." The Rev. Richard Pearson is general chairman of the committee which met at the United Methodist Church. Attending were 18 laymen and 10 pastors. The Rev. Paul Wiegman, chair- Arts-Way- Sets Dividend The board of directors of Arts- Way Manufacturing Company, Inc., of Armstrong, has declared a fourth-quarter cash dividend of 10 cents per share payable April 13, 1973, to shareholders of record on March 15, 1973. The dividend was declared at the board's meeting in New York Jan. 17. Arts-Way stock is traded in the over-the-counter market. Dale Holl in Good Condition Dale Holl of Dolliver is listed in good condition in Palo Alto Hospital with face cuts and a broken left ankle following a Thursday accident 8V2 miles northwest of Algona. Holl was driving a truck for Associated Milk Producers of Whittemore when a wheel dropped off the shoulder of a county blacktop. When he attempted to bring the truck back onto the blacktop, he lost control of the vehicle and it went into the opposite ditch. man of the religious census task force, reported after which members decided the census would be held between Feb. 18 and March 4. Callers from participating churches will gather information on church membership of the community. It was pointed out that the last religious census had been taken in Estherville in the late 1940s. The census was planned for an area including Estherville and Lincoln-Central School districts. Intensive Bible study is also planned by member churches with home study groups and special services. Waldorf College is Jim Valenand alternate, Ronald Kaltved. Trustee to Bible Camp, William Berven, and alternate, Robert Nichols. Publicity chairman and historian for 1973 is Mrs. Morrell Reinertson. Jim Doyle was elected deacon for a two-year term. Elected to three-year terms were Arvin Juhl and Harvey Lundy. Kenneth Fagre was elected to a one- year term as trustee. Curtis Meyer and Leland Harris were elected to three-year terms. Sunday school superintendent is Mrs. Everine Rost, and assistant, Kenneth Birkland. Mrs. Curtis Meyer was elected to a three-year term on the Parish Education Board. The Music Committee for 1973 is Mildred Anderson, Mrs. Helma Carlson, Mrs. Frank Freiermuth, Mrs. Lyle Heidenwith, Mrs. Laurits Sunde and Mrs. John Tweedt. Nominating Committee for 1974 officers is Mrs. Virger Handeland, Mrs. Carl Newguard, Mrs. Leonard Petersen, Lloyd Sabby and Mrs. Carl Skog. Discussion was held on perpetual care for the church cemetery. A special congregational meeting will be called for this purpose when the committee appointed has finished its investigation. Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 4. If the IRS should call you in for an audit, H & R Block will go with you, at no additional cost. Not as a legal representative . . . but we can answer all questions about how your tax return was prepared. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 1126 CENTRAL AVE. Op«n 9am-9pm Weekdays, 9am-5pm Saturdays-Ph. 362-3351 OPEN TONIGHT • NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY NOTICE TO ALL MOBILE HOME OWNERS TAX ON FIRST HALF REGISTRATION OF MOBILE HOMES TO BE PAID BY JAN. 31, 1973 EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FEB. 1,1973, a Penalty of PER MONTH WILL APPLY! 5% ^lUIUUUiUUUU UUMMilMUIUUIMMUUMUMIMMUMIMMIMMMiMI Mobile Home Owners Art Required To Register Thoir Address, Township, School District and Location of Mobile Nome With County Treasurer. The Laws Sots Forth A Penalty For Mobile Heme Owners To Comply To This Hogwlatlen* A Uft of Delinquent mobile Horn* Ownen Will »* Furnlibed the County Sheriff's Office for infarct' ment of the Lew, I, K. Brunsvold Emmet County Treowrer 4 GOODf YEAR [25%0FF • •mAaa«B ^••4MBH4fcB 1972 PRICES POWER CUSHION 78" • Goodyear's deepest tread bias ply "78" tire • Triple-tempered 4-ply polyester cord body for durability • Smooth no flat-spot ride • Tough Tufsyn rubber • Low profile contour shoulder for good steering control SALE ENDS WED. NIGHT 9 WAYS TO CHARGE • Our Own Cuttomtr Crtdlt Plan WHITE WALLS OR BLACK WALLS TuhtliK fill Rtplactt Blackwill 1172 Price With Trade •lackwall 3 -Day Sale Price Ne Trade Needed Whltewall 1972 Price With Trade Whitewall a -Davlale Price No Trad* Needed Plus Fed. Ei. Tai Per Tire 7.00-13 - $30.70 $23.02 $34.80 $26.10 $1.88 B78-14 6.45-14 $27.60 $20.70 $31.70 $23.77 $1.96 E78-14 7.35-14 $31.70 $23.77 $35.80 $26.85 $2.22 F78-14 7.75-14 $33.75 $25.31 $37.85 $28.39 $2.37 G78-14 8.25-14 $36.85 $27.64 $40.95 $30.71 $2 .53 H78-14 8.55-14 $39.90 $29.92 $44.00 • $33.00 $2 .75 F78-15 7.75-15 $34.80 $21.10 $38.90 KM? $2.42 G78-15 8.25-15 $37.85 $29.39 $41 .9V. H14I $2.60 H78-15 8.55-15 $40.95 $30.71 $33.71 $2.80 J78-15 8.85-15 $44 .00 $33.00 $36.07 $3.01 L78-15 9.15-15 $48 .10 $30.0?' $52.20 ^ , • $39.15 $3.13 OOODfVEAR

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