Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 23, 1973 · Page 10
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January 23, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 10

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Was 36th President The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 30 Minimum yesterday: 11 9 A.M. 15 SW 9 WEATHER TODAY 8 A.M. Temperatures: 14 Wind, direction: SW Wind, velocity: 2 Wind chill factor: 14 Snow accumulation: 4 inches ONE YEAR AGO High, 23; Low, 0 NORTHWEST IOWA Fair through Wednesday. Not quite so cold Tuesday night, lows around 20. Warmer Wednesday, highs 35 to 40. Precipitation chances near zero. Marriage Licenses James A. DeVos, Bloomfield, to Wynne Ann Mathine, Estherville. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Lewis E. or Lois B. Harvey, Gruver, 1973 Plymouth; Ritchie G. Studer, Estherville, 1973 Chevrolet; John A. Wiley, Ringsted, 1973 Olds mobile; Leo or Mabel P. Mitchell, Estherville, 1973 Pontiac; Thomas a Ferguson, Estherville, 1973 Plymouth. License for a new truck was issued to John F. or Irene Gosch, Estherville, 1973 GMC. Area Calendar TERRIL Tuesday— Loyal Friends meet with Mrs. Bob Blum for breakfast, election of officers. Local Calendar Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Monday: Earl Smith, Brad Harris, Mrs. William Watson, Jean Sheppard, Mrs. Leona Burdorf, Vaughn Brua, Estherville; Mrs. Mary Grems, Gruver; Mrs. Robert Level), Dolliver; ToddySuss, Graettinger; Mrs. Ethel Rilling, Gettsburg, S.D. Dismissed Monday: Dennis Reisner, Estherville; John DeVries, Graettinger; Mrs. Walter Henderson, Armstrong; Robert Griffith, Dolliver. Wallaces To Head Dance Club TUESDAY 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. THURSDAY Ladies Day— 10 a.m. at Holiday Mountain. Triple E Club— Noon. Potluck, husbands invited, at home of Jim Kirk Jr. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Monday: Don Smith, Mrs. Francis Smith, Mrs. Einer Hansen, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Gene Powell, Terril; Mrs. Herman Nagel, Hartley. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Carl Johnson, Spirit Lake; Terry BergendahL Louie Hass, Lake Park; Arthur Emerson, Arnolds Park. FAIRMONT — Admitted Saturday: Mrs. Carl Payne, Mrs. Willis Harris, Armstrong; Dennis Bremer, Ceylon; Mrs. Burton Johnson, Dolliver. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Ambrose Meyer, Fairmont; Mrs. Roger Elzenga, Windom; Mrs. Michael Kennedy, Ceylon; Anthony Schultz, Welcome; Mrs. Rudolph Simacek, Sherbum. Admitted Sunday: Elmer C. Knudson, Bradley Nawrocki, David Sager, Fairmont; Mrs. Harry Clark, Armstrong; Mrs. Robert Kuiken, Guckeen; Mrs. Thomas Manley, Armstrong; Mrs. John Hendricks, Fairmont. Dismissed Sunday: Dennis Bremer, Ceylon; Elmer Kleine, Sber- burn; Henry Lueck, Welcome; Lawrence SchipuU, Armstrong; Mrs. Dean Sinn and baby, Sber- burn. JACKSON - Admitted Saturday: Willard Gregory, Mrs. Ken Gohr, Jackson. JACKSON — Dismissed Saturday: WiUard Gregory, Mrs. Ken Gohr, Jackson. Admitted Sunday: Lloyd Fink, Marvin Roessler, Suzane Anderson, Mayvis Abshire, Mrs. Merrill Smith, Jackson; Ellen Benda, Alpha. Dismissed Sunday: Jeff Jenkins, Bigelow, transferred to Sioux Falls; John Hranicka, Mrs. Bertha Larson, Jackson; Marlys Krowiorz, Wells; Mrs. Peter Garber, Alpha. Mercury is the only metal that is liquied at room temperature. It will not solidify until frozen to minus 38.85 degrees Centigrade, or become a gas until boiled at 356.9 degrees. Glass dipped in liquid mercury emerges dry. A. The Spirit Lakers' Dance Club elected Leonard and Melba Wallace, Spirit Lake to serve as Presidents for the 1973 year. Other officers elected were: Frances and Ann Ware, Estherville — President Elect: Joe and Sylvia Jennings, Spirit Lake- Secretary; Iris Holland and Judy Reinking, Estherville— Treasurer; Pat Achenback, Spirit Lake- Publicity; and Board Members, Owen and Leona Hurt, Spirit Lake; Duane and Pat Ellis, Spirit Lake; Wilfred Hanson, Jackson; Will and Eunice Castle, Spirit Lake; Byron and Marietta Whittle sey, Spirit Lake; and Bob and Nona Bidder, Spirit Lake. The Spirit Lakers' will be holding their regular dance on Sunday, January 28th at 8:30 at the Spirit Lake Youth Center.' They will be dancing to Don .Garberson of Worth ington. Diana Brown On Dean's List At Maryville MARYVILLE, Mo. - Dean's list honors included Shirley Pearson, Spencer, as among 109 students who achieved perfect 4.0 grade point averages for the fall semester at Northwest Missouri State University, Mary- vine. Among students who registered grade point averages of 3.5 to 3.99 are Diana Brown, Estherville; Nelette Garvis and Rebecca Gifford, Spencer; Rita Korlaske and Evelyn Quam, Emmetsburg. Post Office Now Selling Park Passes The United States Postal Service has announced that Golden Eagle and Golden Age passports are now available to the public. Estherville Postmaster Jim Matre said the passports are wallet-size, calendar-year permits which entitle the bearer and any person accompanying him in a single, private, noncommercial vehicle to general admission to designated units of the national park system and national recreational areas. Golden Eagle passports are available to any person upon payment of a fee while Golden Age passports will be issued without charge to persons 62 years of age or older. Loses Control On Icy Road Ice-covered roads caused $2U0 damage to a car driven by Aileen Jean Schacherer, Estherville, at 4 p.m. Monday, according to a report to Emmet County sheriffs officers. She was driving a 1971 Oldsmobile south on Highway 4, when she lost control on the ice-covered surface about five miles south of Estherville. The automobile went off the left side of the road, struck a bridge and went into the west ditch. No personal injury was reported. — JOHNSON Continued from Page 1 from the LB J Library, about 80 miles from the family ranch. She immediately went by helicopter to San Antonio, arriving at Brooke hospital before her husband's body. A family spokesman said Mrs. Johnson had prepared breakfast for the former president before going to Austin on business. The spokesman quoted her as saying, "His health seemed no different than it had been recently. He seemed a bit quieter but was in good spirits." After spending more than an hour in San Antonio, Mrs. Johnson returned to Austin and joined her daughter, Luci, and son-in-law, Patrick J. Nugent, for the return to the family ranch to discuss funeral arrangements. The Johnson's other daughter, Lynda, and her husband, Charles S. Robb, made plans to fly to Texas from Charlottesville, Va., where Robb is a third- year law student at the University of Virginia. A plane was provided by President Nixon. The news of Johnson's death drew immediate tributes from the White House, the halls of Congress and the streets of America. "No man had greater dreams for America," said Nixon, iead- ing the nation in tribute. "Even as we mourn his death, we are grateful for his life, which did so much to make those dreams into realities." Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, the vice president under Johnson, termed the Texan "a strong man who cared for the weak. "No man gave more to the struggle for human rights nor asked more of us in the battle against racism and discrimination," said Humphrey. In Los Angeles, Willis Edwards, the 26-year-old black student body president of Cal State University who went to Vietnam as a draftee, said: "I don't blame Lyndon Johnson for being sent to Vietnam. He came in at a trying time. ... I think history will show him to be one of the greatest presidents ever in the field of civi) rights and social legislation." . •, V -J" 'Johnson's death came 28 days after that of former President Harry S. Truman, leaving the nation without a living former chief executive. Nixon ordered flags on all federal buildings, already lowered to mark Truman's death, flown at half staff for 30 days following Johnson's death. At a news conference in Austin several hours after Johnson's death, Tom Johnson, a former business associate and news secretary not related to' the family, gave this account of the seizure: At 4:50 p.m. EST, Johnson, who routinely took a nap after lunch, called the ranch switchboard and asked that a Secret Service agent be sent to his bedroom. Agents Ed Nowland and Harry Harris dashed 100 yards from their quarters with a portable resuscitator. They arrived in about two minutes and began to treat the former president. The third agent, Mike Howard, arrived within minutes and the trio attempted mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and external heart massage. mtm <i0fc*BK{*V *:i -'-.:j .&S & v H8l -I ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., JAN. 23, 1973 Terril Page 10 Surprise Birthday Party Fatality CORALVILLE, Iowa (AP)Dennis Allen Ewoldt, 22, of Vail was killed early Tuesday when he was struck by a car while walking along U.S. 6 and U.S. 218 here. The car was driven by William Pepper.- 16, of North Liberty, who told officers he did not aee Ewoldt until the man stepped in front of the car. Ewoldt was dead at the scene. i, SOLO OUT! THE BEAUTIFUL WINTER ISSUE... I0WAN MAGAZINE featuring a . . . 4-PAGE SPREAD ON ESTHERVILLE'S WINTER SPORTS FESTIVAL I0W TAKING LEAVE NAME AT BUSINESS OFFICE DAILY NEWS A surprise birthday party was held for Phyllis Schomacher Sunday afternoon. The gathering was planned by Polly, Susan and Penny Shomacher. Guests were Mrs. Donna Turtle, Mrs. Bertha Besar, Mrs. Lorna Nance. and Peri Sue and Mrs. Charyl Reiser, Lisa and Tammy of Everly. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baedkeand Mark recently spent 2 { k weeks with relatives in California, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arzac at Downey, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baedke and family, Turlock, and Ann Probst at San Francisco. Ann accompanied the Baedke's to Tacoma, Wash., where Mrs. Wayne Campbell of Gol- 1 den, Colo., and Mrs. Whitaker of Lincoln, Neb., spent several days in the Joe Moor berg home. Sunday, they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henn. Other dinner guests included Mrs. Gracia Higgins and Mrs. Isabelle Kissinger of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fostor of Milford, Neb., Nancy Moorberg of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Henn and family from Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bridson' were weekend guests in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, •'• Mr. and Mrs. Richard Langner. Mrs. Clayton Wilcox and Todd they visited Mr. and Mrs. Fran- Nance were Sunday guests in Shades of Halloween the home of Mr. and Mrs. Skip Wilcox and family at Everly. Seven-year-old Mark, right, and five-year-old Larry, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White of Rmgsted are prepared for cold weather as they 'show off their face masks—Photo by Marie Powers. cis Amrich. Mrs. Herb Griffin, Mrs. Kenneth Dingel, Mrs. Ed Roskens, Mrs. Claire Nelson and Mrs. Lyman Bailey attended a dinner Until 1900 tropical America meeting Wednesday of the Chris- produced more than 80 per cent tian's Women's Club. of the world's cacao. LAST WEEK TO HELP ESTHERVILLE FURNITURE MART BEAT THE TAXES AND YOU POCKET THE SAVINGS QUALITY FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES ON SALE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT SHOP OUR LARGE SELECTION NOW AND SAVE $ $ $ $ $ HERE ARE A FEW EXAMPLES SOFAS-LOVE SEATS-MANY STYLES STUDIOS ft SLEEPERS START AT CHAIRS-HI BACK-L0 BACK-NYLONS, VELVETS-PRINTS ROCKERS"" VELVET NYLONS-PRINTS-FURS-ETC. ...,.^,...w^.„.,.„,„. : ...^...,.. START AT START AT 118 '128 '48 START AT 90 $ 38 ROOM SUITS- NYLON FREIZES, HERCULONS START AT^J 39 DINETTES* 5 p,ece sets ' 7 p,ece sets ' 3 p,ece sets start at BEDDING~ K,NGS ' QUEEN SIZE , REGULAR, TWIN START AT 0CCASI0NAL TABLES - ^ ™« AT BEDROOM SUITES- AUSTYUS START AT * '38 '39 '25 MANY OTHER ITEMS TO CHOOSE FR0M-HURRY! SAVE! VINYL CARPET 4 WAY HOLD RUNNING FOOT SPECIAL! BOSTON ROCKERS 2495 SPECIALI LAST CHANCE MODERN LOVE SEAT *19300 NYLON COVER GOLD PRINT ONE ONLY SPECIALI ADJUSTABLE LEG LOUNGER 388 SPECIALI BARREL CHAIRS Nylon Velvet Covers! 00 Many Colors SPECIALI BUNK BED SET COMPLETE WITH SOLID WOOD HEAD & FOOT BOARDS, SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES. SPECIAL! CANDY STRIPE CARPET 49 SQ. YD. SPECIAL! SWAG or TABLE VALUES TO 29.95 LAMPS 12 S8 SPECIAL! LOVE SEAT Distinctive Contemporary Styling. Elegant Velvet Cover, 10" Foam Cushions CARPET REDUCED SPONGE RUBBER CARPET PAD 98° SQ. YD. KITCHEN CARPET 50 per cent Nylon- 50 per cent Orion Rubber Back 45 SQ. YD. FREE ESTIMATES-STOP IN AND TAKE A LOOK AT OUR FULL LINE OF CARPET. IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION AVAILABLE. 100% NYLON SCULPTURED! PILE 4 75 SQ. YD. 100% DUPONT NYLON LONG SHAG JUTE ^75 BACK FOAM BACK Sq. Yd. Sq. Yd. PLUSH CARPET 95 7 100% NYLON PILE SHAG 95 SQ. YD. WE ARE CONDUCTING THIS SALE TO REDUCE INVENTORY OF 1972 TO ALLOW A BETTER TAX ADVANTAGE—WE WILL PASS THE SAVINGS ON TO YOU— THE CUSTOMER-BUT HURRY-SOME ITEMS MiUTEDt . , ESTHERVILLE FURNITUR 712 CENTRAL, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA — PHONf 3*2- fcT Hi A :

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