The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 42 Minimum yesterday: 29 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 33 38 Wind, direction: SW SW Wind, velocity: 1 1 ONE YEAR AGO High, 20; Low, 15 NORTHWEST IOWA Some increase in cloudiness Thursday night, lows 30 to 35. Considerable cloudiness Friday, highs in mid 40s. Precipitation chances 10 per cent Thursday night, 20 per cent Friday. Deaths Jeffrey Olson, 72, Wallingford, died at 4:15 p.m., Jan. 24, 1973. Fuhrman Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Earl Russell, Milford, 49, died at 5:50 p.m., Jan. 25, 1973. Leyson Funeral Home, in charge. Area Calendar SHERBURN Sunday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Turkey dinner with trimmings served by senior class at Sherburn high school cafeteria, to finance class' annual trip to Washington, D.C. HIGH LAKE Friday, 2 p.m. — High Lake Township Farm Bureau Women at home of Mrs. Vernon Fredericksen. RINGSTED Monday, 3:30 p.m. - SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Reese Spaur, Spencer; Mrs. Mabel Burger, Lake Park; - Bernard Kollasch, Esttiarvttte; Joe Rute, Iftra. WtV bur Snook, Milford; Dana Zlm- merli, Jackson; Rose Jones, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Faye Booth, Mrs. Josephine Reiman, Milford; Mrs. Floyd Reaney, Mrs. Einer Hansen, Mrs. Everett Dodson, Spirit Lake. FAIRMONT — Admitted Monday: Walter R. Smith, Armstrong; Mrs. Al Cyphers, Blue Earth; Allen Ballinger, Fenton; Mrs. Beulali Nelson, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Wesley Vogt, Truman; Mrs. Kenneth Witt, Windom; Mrs. Dwain Orr, Darrel Plumhoff, Fairmont; Mrs. Harold Shaw, Welcome. Dismissed Monday: Sidney Moore, Trimont; Mrs. Edward Roebbeke, Sherburn; Larry Wolter, Fairmont. Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Olga Johnson, Mrs. Walter Sundberg, Mrs. William Lasby, Mrs. Louella Hansen, Fairmont; Mrs. Valdon Eckholm, Armstrong; Bernard Poppe, Ceylon; Sidney Roberts, Welcome; Mrs. James Hatten, Bancroft; Mrs. Norbert Koenigs, Welcome; Mrs. Harry Smith, Northrop. Dismissed Tuesday: Bradley Nawrocki, Fairmont; Mrs. Richard Erickson, Sherburn; George Toft, Ringsted; Mrs. Earl Hoffmeyer, Armstrong. JACKSON - Admitted Monday: Donald Gazda, Mrs. Pearl Bender, Mrs. Helen Erickson, Mrs. William Berg, Mrs. Bernard Anderson, Jackson; Lisa Jurgens, Alpha; Leonard Erickson, Mountain Lake. Dismissed Monday: Nancy Natterstad, Jackson. Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. John Babcock, Jackson. Dismissed Tuesday: Doug Knabe, Marion Sampson, Owen Thcophilus, Suzanne Anderson, Jackson; Lisa Jurgens, Alpha. Area Births FAIRMONT - Born Jan. 18, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sinn, Sherburn, boy, 11 pounds, 2 ounces. Born Jan. 22, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Corderman, Armstrong, boy, 9 pounds, 1 ounce. Born Jan. 23, 1973, to Mr, and Mrs. Richard Rename, Granada, boy, 8 pounds. Born Jan. 23, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Becker, Fairmont, boy, 8 pounds, 12 ounces. Born Jan. 23, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wieskus, Jackson, boy, 7 pounds, 9 ounces. Local Hospital ESTHER VILLI'. - Admitted Wednesday: Mrs. Nancy Splcg- ler, Mrs. Terry King, Mrs. Bertha Olson, John Spcncc, Matthew Hovey, Estherville; Mrs. Walter Henderson, Armstrong; Mrs. Arthur Kruse, Ringsted; Mrs. Donald Harder, Mountain Lake, Minn. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Darrell Huntley, Merle Andre, Lavcrne Koeneckc, Edward George, Mrs. Luclla Thiol, Estherville; Mrs. Terry Murray and boy, Graettinger; Mrs. Ethel Rilling, Gettysburg, S.D. Local Calendar THURSDAY FRIDAY Rock Island Club-1:30 p.m. 'City Hall. Good Samaritan Auxiliary — 1:45 p.m. Nina Jorstad of Wallingford will show slides of Europe, at Good Samaritan Center. Chili-oyster supper — 5-8:30 p.m. At Masonic Temple; public invited. Estherville Bustle Rustlers— 8:30 p.m. Square dance at Elks Hall, Tim Ricklefs, caller. MONDAY 6:45 Morning Kiwanis Club a.m. At Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens— 2 p.m. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. Police Court Cases Elsie Morris, Dolliver, fined $10 and costs for expired driving license. Edmund Peters, Estherville, fined $8 and costs for speeding. Dean Lundgren, Wallingford, fined $15 and costs for failure to yield one-half of highway. Robert Prentice, Jackson, fined $14 and costs tor speeding. Alan Hall, Estherville, fined $7 and costs for speeding. Beaver Heads Better Yet The January meeting of Estherville Better Yet Club was held Jan. 13 at the home of Holly and Sherry Hill. The new 1973 officers installed are Molly Beaver, president; Jackie Schacherer, vice-president; Patty Hoien, secretary-reporter; Barb Klein, treasurer; Sherry Hill, historian; and Holly Hill, photographer. The installing officer was Le Ann Myhre. Holly Hill told about her trip to Madrid for county council members. The club also decided to go to an ILCC game Jan. 23. Reporter — Patty Hoien. Terril Charges Follow Accidents In Estherville Wednesday ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., JAN. 25, 1973 Page 8 Cribbage—7:30 p.m. Amcri- car can Legion Hall. ILCC Pharmacology Class — 7:30 p.m. Final session, canceled Monday because of weather, to be held in Room 20, ILCC. Four persons were charged by Estherville police with traffic violations in four separate accidents in the city Wednesday. An Estherville youth, Scott Gregory Sunde, was charged by police with failing to yield at a stop intersection following a two- car accident at the intersection of 5th Ave. N. and N. 15th St. about 8:25 Tuesday morning. According to the police report, Sunde, driving a 1964 Ford, entered the intersection at N. 15th St. and 5th Ave. N. from the north. Sunde then proceeded on 15th St. and collided with a car driven by Ardis Mac Murray who was traveling cast on 5th Ave. N. Damage was estimated at $534 to the Murray car, a 1971 Ford, and to the front end of the Sunde tlon of 1st Ave. S. and 8th St., it was reported by police. According to Investigating officers, a 1966 GMC truck, driven by Virgil Lee Hempstead of Estherville, was traveling east on 1st Ave. S. when it collided with a car driven by David Philip Bcttncr of Bloomington, Minn. Bettner, driving a 1972 Oldsmo- blle, was traveling north on S. 8th St. when the accident happened. Hempstead was charged by police with failing to yield the right of way. Damage occurred to the left side and left front of the Bettner car and to the right side of the Hempstead truck. An accident at the Intersection of N. 9th St. and 4th Ave. N. resulted in damage to a school bus and n car, according to police. The accident happened about 3:45 Wednesday afternoon. Dean Lee Poyzer of Estherville, driving a 1965 Chevrolet school bus, had stopped at the stop sign on 4th Ave. N. and proceeded to turn south on N. 9th St. when the bus he was driving hit a car driven by Philip Lincoln McCormick of Estherville. McCormick,driving a 1964 Chevrolet, was traveling south on N. 9th St. when the col- lison occurred. Poyzer was charged by police with failing to yield the right of way at an intersection. Damage occurred to the right rear panel of the McCormick car and to the front bumper of the school bus. A two-car accident occurred at S. 1st north of 2nd Ave. S. about 12:04 Wednesday afternoon according to police. It was reported that cars driven by Arthur Henry Ross and Merlyn Lester Wee were both going north on S. 1st St. when Wee, driving a 1954 Ford, started to change to the outside lane and hit the Ross car. Wee was charged by Estherville police with an improper lane change. Damage resulted to the left side of the Ross car, a 1965 Chevrolet, and to the right front fender and bumper of the Wee car. An accident involving a truck and a car happened about 12:47 p.m. Wednesday at the intersec- Jeffrey Olson Services At Wallingford Saturday Jeffrey August Olson, 72, Wallingford, died Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 24, 1973, at Holy Family Hospital. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Wallingford Lutheran : Church with the Rev. Harold Brown officiating. Interment will be made in Riverside Cemetery, Wallingford. Mr. Olson was born May 11, 1900, to Osmond and Serena Olson at Roland. He received his education in schools at Roland, Iowa, and Grafton, N.D., and attended Jewell Lutheran College. JACKSON - Born Jan. 23, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. William Berg, Jackson, boy, 6 pounds, 4 ounces. '. Mi-, and Mrs. J. Leonard Johnson attended a meeting of the N.W. Iowa Guernsey Breeder's Assn. at Paul Una Wednesday. New officers are: president, Lyle Earll of Bigelow; vice-president, Robert Gable of Hartley; and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Vernon Winterhoff of Aurelia. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tuttle were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Nance. Peri Sue Nance was an overnight guest of Penny Shomacher. Mrs. Eva Blum has been visiting in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Blum. Mrs. Colleen Strube and Mrs. Willie Hoppe spent the weekend in Iowa City where they visited Roxanne Strube. Mrs. Strube had her final check-up after having surgery on her jaw several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. David Dingel and children moved recently to the Raymond Hemme farm. The Hemmes had moved in December to the former | Bill Schroeder farm on the West edge of Terril. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pedersen took their daughter, Jean, to Omaha last Thursday where she enplaned for Miami, Fla. Jean will attend the Biscayne Paramedical Institute there and will study to become a medical lab technician. Sunday dinner guests in the Jerry Zelinsky home honored the 11th birthday of Kristi Zelinsky. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs, Fred Eckley, Mrs. Roy Zelinsky, Mrs. Hazel Michaels, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Barrick and family of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Endicott and family of Cylinder. There's another side to hitchhiking problem By Abigail Van Buren S> l»7J »r Cklut* TribMt-N. Y. Mtwi Spri., IK. DEAR ABBY: Please warn girls against hitchhiking rides with men. Girls who get into a car with a strange man are just begging for trouble, but there is another side to it which few people consider. My husband has a problem he has been trying to overcome for six years. It's a compulsion to expose himself to young women. He is not a rapist, he only does this to get a thrill from their reaction. He has never touched a girl, tho many have encouraged him to go further. One of these girls reported him to the police and he is now facing the possibility of having to leave me and our three small children for a jail term on a charge of indecent exposure. I am not condoning his actions, but he has finally faced his problem and is getting psychiatric treatment. He is a good husband and provider, and the children adore him and so do I. I plan to help him thru this crisis, but I need help from everyone else of my sex. Abby, please ask girls not to hitchhike with strange men. They may be giving someone who is trying to go straight an opportunity to stray again, and the price is paid by his family. WORRIED FOR MY HUSBAND DEAR WORRIED: I agree, hitchhiking is a risky business for all concerned. While I appreciate your understanding attitude and your empathy to your husband, he cannot shift the responsibility for his compulsion to the girls who are foolish enough to hitchhike with him. He is doing the right thing in facing up to his problem and getting psychiatric treatment. But public sympathy is more on the side of the hitchhikers than the man with such a problem. DEAR ABBY: My husband sleeps all over the bed. He rolls on top of me or pushes me off the bed in his sleep. He sleeps so soundly it's impossible to wake him up. If I ask him to please roll over, he does—on me! The next morning he doesn't remember a thing. All his life he's had a full-sized bed to himself, and he's accustomed to sleeping that way without giving anybody else a thought. We have been married for two years and I haven't had a good night's sleep yet. We are buying new bedroom furniture and I want twin beds. He says he isn't ready for that yet, and he wants a ki g-sized bed. What is your advice? SLEEPYTIME GAL DEAR GAL: Compromise. Get the twin beds with a single headboard. That way you'll each have your own mattress. And if you can get the kind that "swing" apart, by all means do. I have an idea you may need them. DEAR ABBY: Another miserable holiday season has passed and. I made a New Year's resolution that rather than be in the middle of another power struggle between my parents and my inlaws, my husband and I are going to take a trip somewhere and not spend Thanksgiving and Christmas with either. We started to "alternate," spending one Thanksgiving with one set of parents and Christmas with the other. The biggest problem was my mother. She felt that if ehe couldn't have all her children with her every holiday, she was neglected. My inlaws were willing to accept the every* other-year decision. Last Thanksgiving was the last straw. After driving 300 miles to spend Thanksgiving with my mother, she said, "I wish you'd come for Christmas, too. Next year I may be dead, and then you'll be sorry you didn't." Now, how could I go to my inlaw* for Christina* and enjoy myself with that kind of goodby? HAD IT IN IOWA DEAR HAD IT: I don't know. But why ftmUk ytm Maws because your mother la selfUhT On April 29, 1924, he was married to Bertha Nelson at Wall* ingford. He had come to Emmet County in 1914 and had farmed in the vicinity since then until his retirement in 1965. He was a member of the Wallingford Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Dale (Dolores) Young, Wallingford, and Mrs. Byrl (Beverly) Felkey, Walling* ford; one son, Kenneth Olson, Estherville; six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; three sisters, Diline Olson, Rockledge, Fla., Esther Olson, Salem, Ore., and Mrs. Sidney (Ruth) Brownstone, Lyons, Ore. He was preceded in death by his parents. Friends may call at Fuhrman Funeral Home, Estherville, at any time Friday until 11 a.m. Saturday when the body will be taken to lie in state at the church. Here for Youth Dance "Rural," five-piece group that will provide music for Youth Dance that will open Estherville Winter Sports Festival activities. The dance, scheduled for Friday, Feb. 2, from 9 to 12, will be held at the V.F.W. Hall and is open to all youths, junior high age through college. Single admissions will be $1.50 and couples $2.50. "Rural," headquartered in Ames, previously appeared at the Estherville Rock Festival. Thousands View Casket - JOHNSON Continued from'Page 1 hours before had proclaimed the Vietnam peace which had eluded Johnson so long, rode in the state procession behind the horse-drawn caisson. Inside the Capitol, he took Mrs. Johnson's arm as she heard her husband eulogized as a man "whose ambition for himself was nothing compared to his ambition for America." "He gave me one guiding principle," said J.J. Pickle, Johnson's home congressman. "He said, 'When you vote, vote for the people.'" Throughout, Mrs. Johnson remained impressively composed, staying to greet personally all the official guests and frequently managing a warm smile. Only when that task was completed did she apply a white handkerchief to her glistening eyes. But daughter Luci Nugent, always the most outwardly emotional of the Johnson women, frequently had to fight back her tears, as did several persons who came through. Even after the former first lady and the rest of the family had left to spend the night at Blair House— just across Pennsylvania Avenue from a more familiar white one—the two double lines, moving deliberately but steadily, continued to grow. It was at the Capitol that Johnson started his long rise to power. He became, at age 22, an aide to a congressman In 1931. Six years later he was a congressman himself. He entered the Senate in 1949 and remained there until he became vice president in 1961 and president a thousand days later. Great River Road Planned DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Congress is preparing legislation to complete the Great River Road the length of the Mississippi River and it is talking about "90-10 matching funds," an Iowa legislative subcommittee was told Tuesday. The subcommittee was told that Iowa still has the largest portion of the river road that has not been hard-surfaced, 52 miles. Some 382 miles of the 5,600 mile road on both sides of the Mississippi River are In Iowa. TOMORROW IS a good reason for saving TODAY ESTHERVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 121 NORTH SIXTH STREET ESTHERVIUE, IOWA 51334 "Come Save With Us— Come Grow With Us"
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