Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 29, 1973 · Page 12
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January 29, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 12

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' * I- Mrs. Margaretha Gebest Sent io Korea Services Here Tuesday ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON., JAN. 29, 1973 Page 12 The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 20 Minimum yesterday: 7 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 12 14 Wind, direction: S S Wind, velocity: 5 5 Wind chill factor: 9 ONE YEAR AGO High, 4; Low, -14 NORTHWEST IOWA Clearing and not so cold Monday night with a low 20 to 25. Becoming mostly cloudy Tuesday with a high in the mid to upper 30s. Winds southerly five to 12 miles an hour Monday night. Chance of precipitation is near zero Monday night and 10 per cent Tuesday. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE — Admitted Friday: Mrs. Grace Pell, Mrs. Mabel Sevold, Dennis St. Lawrence, Mrs. Emma Huntsinger, Joseph Bradley, Estherville. Dismissed Friday: Nicole Behrends, Mrs. Nancy Spiegler, Mrs. Howard Brayton, Mrs. Leona Burdorf, Mrs. Emma Enerson, Estherville; Mrs. Walter Henderson, Armstrong; Mrs. Mary Payton, Graettinger. Admitted Saturday: Leslie Chapman, Mrs. Bernard Hassel, Estherville; Chris Jensen, Ringsted; Elmer Thorson, Mrs. Harvey Eldridge, Graettinger. Dismissed Saturday: Mrs. Derwood Kern, Brenda Kaltved, Niels Petersen, transferred to Balmer Nursing Home, Mrs. Daryl Burns, Dennis St. Lawrence, Irvin Booth, David Booth, Mrs. Tom Timmins, Estherville; George Schadt, Brewster, Minn.; Patrick Wilhelmi, Bancroft; Mrs. Edward Anderson, Mrs. Harvey Eldridge, Donald Graettinger, Toddy Suss, Graettinger; William R. Graves, Gruver. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Kenneth Helmich, Doreen Haukoos, Mrs. Rose IngvaU, Mrs. Belle Quastad, Cecil Richards, Alvaredo Francesco, Estherville; Mrs. Roma Wilson, Okoboji. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Lena Hildreth Mrs. Bertha Olson, Mrs. Julius Kelch, Estherville; Mrs. Robert Levell, Dolliver; Luther Herrick, Graettinger; Mrs. Dena Lofblom, Wallingford. Local Births ESTHERVILLE - Born Jan. 27, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibeau, Dolliver, a son, 4 pounds, 13 ounces. Born Jan. 28, W73, to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ommodt, Estherville, a daughter, 8 pounds. Local Calendar TUESDAY Kiwanis Club— Noon. At Gard- ston Hotel. Senior Citizens— 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. TOPS— 7 p.m. City Hall. WEDNESDAY Pinochle— 2 p.m. Community Center. Area Calendar ESTHERVILLE, EMMET Tuesday, 7 p.m.—Estherville and Emmet Township Farm Bureau members at Donald Poyzer home, potluck supper; bring covered dish and own table service. Area Births FAIRMONT — Born Jan. 25, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. James Feely, Armstrong, boy, 8pounds, 12% ounces. Born Jan. 25, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lewis, Lewisville, girl, 6 pounds, 9V2 ounces. JACKSON - Born Jan. 25, 1973 to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Anderson, Windom, boy, 8 pounds, 9 ounces. Deaths Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibeau, Dolliver, died Jan. 27, 1973. Mrs. Roger Thorn, 63, Lake Park, died Jan. 27, 1973. Herbert Mitts, 77, Lake Park, died Jan. 28, 1973. Auto Registrations New car licenses were issued to Curtis A. or Patricia A. Larson, Estherville, 1973 Mercury; Lee R. Hill, Estherville, 1973 Datsun. Mrs. Margaretha Christian Helmke Gebest, 82, died Monday morning, Jan. 29, 1973, at Balmer Nursing Home, Estherville. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Reese-Henry Chapel, Estherville, with the Debbie Lenz Teaching In Mexico Debbie Lenz of Estherville, is spending winter quarter stud- dent teaching in Mexico along with 30 other Mankato State College and State College Common Market students. Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lenz, Estherville, and will be teaching English on the secondary level in Mexico City. The six American schools in Mexico are community - owned non - profit institutions offering classroom instruction conducted in both Spanish and English. Since its inception in 1967,516 students have used the foreign experience to fulfill their student teaching requirements. Charlotte Shea Services Held ARMSTRONG— Funeral services were held in Fairmont, Minn., recently for Mrs. Charlotte Phillips Shea, 79, former Armstrong resident. Burial was in Armstrong Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Shea, in poor health for the past six years, died in Rochester, Minn. She was married to the late Edwin Phillips, who died in 1936. She left Armstrong in 1948 and married Alfred Shea in 1950. Survivors include her husband, six step-children, 11 step- grandchildren, nine step-great­ grandchildren and one niece, Mrs. Lester Halvorson of Armstrong. Rev. Norris Hanson of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Ringsted, officiating. Interment will be made in Oak Hill Cemetery. She was born Feb. 26, 1890, to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Helmke and lived in Renwick until her marriage, July 28, 1920, to Frank Gebest. Following their marriage she and her husband moved to Estherville. Her husband died in March, 1933. In 1944 Mrs. Gebest moved to Santa Ana, Calif., residing there until 1962, when she came to Ringsted to make her home with her daughter. She had been a resident at Balmer Nursing Home since September, 1968. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Norman (Margaret) Wilberg, Ringsted; three grandsons; one brother, Jacob Helmke, Fort Dodge. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers, three sisters and one son, Floyd. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today until time of services at Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Estherville. Marriage Licenses Mrs. Huntsinger Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Friday: Mrs. Don Schubert, Robert Bergquist, Byron Henneman, Spirit Lake; Susan Knudtson, Sioux Rapids; Cleo Johnson, Jackson, Minn. Dismissed Friday: Mrs. Don Henderson, Mrs. Jennie Hinders, Mrs. Don Schubert, Henley Caskey, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Mabel Berger, Lake Park; Mrs. Arnold Bosma, Ocheyedan; Mrs. Ben Roach, Estherville. Admitted Saturday: Herbert Mitts, Lake Park; George Fries, Mrs. Anna Sittler, Milford; Steven Schmitt, Dovray, Minn. Dismissed Saturday: Susan Knudtson, Sioux Rapids; Mrs. Lilly Whitney, Milford; Mrs. John King, Mrs. Charles White and girl, Estherville. Admitted Sunday: Mrs. Dale Johnson, Mrs. Karl Fliehler, Mrs. Robert Geinitz, Mrs. Robert Ingwersen, Leroy Kannenberg, Floyd Edwards, Spirit Lake; Rhea Barnhill, Arnolds Park; Hadley Gross, Lake Park. Dismissed Sunday: Mrs. Viola Spencer, Mrs. Wilbur Snook, Milford; Steven Schmitt, Dovray, Minn. FAIRMONT— Admitted Thursday: Mrs. Russell Nickerson, Truman; A. William Saggau, Ceylon; Robert Schoening, Lakefield; Russell Mongensen, Truman; Harry Stock, Fairmont. Dismissed Thursday: Mis. Burton Johnson, Dolliver; Mrs. Robert Kuiken, Guckeen; Otto Furstnow, Fairmont. JACKSON - Admitted Thursday: Edwin Erlckson, Mrs. Jerome Gruhlke, Jarrett Griffin, Shirley Kruse, Jackson; Mrs. Keith Anderson, Windom; Brian Peterson, Ceylon. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. LeRoy Florine, Mayves Abshire, Donald Gazda, Jackson; Leonard Erlckson, Mountain Lake. Larry Glenn, Estherville, to Vlcki Haines, Jackson. Tom Clabaugh to Marcia Fisher, Estherville. Warranty Deeds Juhl, Alta to Groth, Charles L. & Debra K.; L 7 Blk 3 Cain Addn, Eville. Johnson, George W. to Naig, Robert E. & Marilyn Mildred; E 1-3 of OL 5 Rasmus sen's Addn, Ringsted. Rauhauser, Clifford E. & Phyllis to Matheson, Carl B. & Dagny B.; L 3 Blk 6 Loughs 2nd Addn, Eville. Ridout, Burl N. & Wilma E. to Erickson, Donald A. & Patricia L.; L 2 Miner Sunset Heights Addn, Eville. Ridout, Burl N. & Wilma E. to Stewart, Audrey L.; L 4 Murray's First Addn, Eville. Swanson, Bert & Ellen Christine to Downs, William A. & Mary Louise; L 4 Blk 12 Bartlett's Addn, Eville (Contract). Thorson, John M. & Hazel M. to Burkhead, George Arnold & Delpha; Lots 12, 14, 15, 17 & 16 Blk 22 Orig Plat Armstrong. Homsey, Michael George & Lillian to Gannon, Paul L.; Pt of OL 30 Co Aud Plat 15-99-31. Clark, Orval & Catherine to Ditsworth, Richard Franklin & Josephine Mary; L 8 Blk 1 Lough's Addn, Eville. Fractures Hip Mrs. Emma Huntsinger, 80, Estherville, fell at her home Friday and was taken to Holy Family Hospital where she was reported to have a fractured hip. She was given surgical treatment and is in satisfactory condition, according to her physician. Doreen Haukoos Breaks Right Leg Doreen Haukoos, 15, Estherville, broke her right leg while ice skating Sunday and was admitted to Holy Family Hospital. Her physician reports her condition is good and she will remain in the hospital two or three days. Mrs. Rose IngvaU Fractures Arm Mrs. Rose Ingvall, 74, Estherville, entered Holy Family Hospital Sunday where her physician reports that she has a fracture of the right arm. Her condition is good. DON'T TIE YOUR HANDS WHEN YOU GET A LOAN ON LAND A Land Bank loan gives you the freedom you need...freedom from fixed interest rates at high levels...freedom to pay in advance without penalty. These and other freedoms are built-in features that safeguard your interest now and in the future. Don't tie your hands-talk to us about a Land Bank loan. LOANS ON LAND It's a New Land Bank Serving a New Agriculture in New Ways EMMETSBURG W. Hwy. 18 Ph.(712) 852-2645; Box 75 See Eugene Hutchins, Marvin Penner, Jerry Lege or Helen Haas Air Force Staff Sergeant Dwane D. Iverson, whose wife, Linda, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Drexel Overeen of Estherville, has arrived for duty at Osan AB, Republic of Korea. Sergeant Iverson, a liquid oxygen specialist, is assigned to a unit of the Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) which provides tactical air power supporting the U. S. and its allies in Southeast Asia and the Far East He previously served at Ellsworth AFB, S.D. The sergeant attended Estherville High School and completed requirements for his diploma after entering the Air Force. Rev. Don Bunge To Speak Here The Rev. Don Bunge, who. helped organize the Awana Clubs at Calvary Baptist Church in 1970, will be guest speaker at the church at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 28. He has served as Awana Club missionary for the past seven years and previously played on a professional football team. Three Accidents in City Estherville police investigated three accidents over the weekend but no injuries were reported. An accident involving two cars occurred at the intersection of 1st Ave. N. with the alley east of the railroad tracks, according to police. The mishap happened about 2:10 Saturday afternoon. Estherville police reported a car driven by Walter Henry Zlt- terich was traveling north in the alley and collided with a car driven by DeEtta Irene Hash of Estherville. Damage resulted to the front end of Zitterich's 1963 Chevrolet and to the front end of the Hash car, a 1967 Ford. According to police, a two-car accident happened in the alley by the Villager Restaurant about 5:15 Sunday afternoon. It was reported that a 1972 Oldsmobile, driven by James Hugh Allen of Estherville was backing from a parking stall and struck the right door of the car driven by Judy Marie Danlelson turn when the collision occurred. of Estherville. Danielson, driving a 1971 Chevrolet, was entering the alley from , Central Ave. heading south when the accident occurred. Damage resulted to the right door of the Danielson car. A Spirit Lake man, Edwin Branerd Ballantyne, was charged by Estherville police with improper passing following a two- car accident about 4:55 Sunday afternoon on the Highway 4 cutoff and the driveway of Morrell's cattle buying yard. According to police, a car driven by Edward Warren Anderson of Estherville was going east on the Highway 4 cutoff and was signaling to make a left turn into the drive of Morrell's cattle buying yard when he was struck by a car driven by Ballantyne. Ballantyne was going east and started to pass Anderson as he was starting to make the left Damage occurred to the left front fender of the Anderson car and to the right front fender of the Ballantyne car. Mrs, Egeland Is Honored Mrs. Clarence Egeland, Estherville, was recently honored by Knapp King-Size corporation of Brockton, Mass. She is a salesman of custom- made shoes for Knapp, manufacturer and distributor of footwear selling directly to wearers through local, independent salespersons. In such a capacity, Mrs. Egeland, has satisfactorily served her customers the past five years in this area and in appreciation for her ability, cooperation, loyalty and friendship, she has received a lapel pin of Knapp Service Club. by the storeful Sale prices effective thru Saturday. 1 ^ —^. I Buy now,; pay later. Use a JCPennvy Charge card. 1 / ^ ' x 1 The population of Tonga is about 81,000. Special 2 ,or$ 3 Cross/over bra of nylon tricot. Adjustable straps. Natural or contour, cups. Sizes 32-38, A, B, C. Special $ 5 Dress style or pant style uniforms. Tremendous selection to choose from. All in easy- care polyesters. Pants uniforms, $8 Special 2«or $«J Girl's knee highs in popular cable pattern. New fall colors. Polyester/stretch nylon in sizes S-M-L. 2 » Girls' neat knits of Penn-Preet» polyester/cotton. Short raglan sleeves with ribbed crew neck styling. Assorted solid colors. Sizes 7-16. 3" Girls' boycut jeans In blue cotton chambray denim. All have red contrast stitching. Popular flare-leg styling. Sizes 7-14. Special 2 77 Girls' polyester/cotton knit polos. 7-16 . _ 3-6X - J. 77 Special 3 77 Girls' boycut jeans in blue cotton chambray denim. 7-14 4-6X -2.77 Mr 2««$5 Crew neck and scoop neck polyester/cotton knit tops. Solids and stripes in assorted colors. These tops look great with jeans. S .M .L for$' Great selection of boycut cotton jeans for girls. Flare-leg styled in solids and patterns. Sizes 3-18. Infants'wear. ^ Sale «|09 Reg. 1.49. Toddletlme* disposable diapers In Daytime Absorbency. By the box. GAUZE MEDIUM WEIGHT DIAPER DOZEN Sale g for -J52 Reg. 3 for 1.79. Cotton pullover undershirts with tapes. 0-3. Sale *J for «J$2 Reg. 3 tor 1.79. Training pants of stretch rlb- knit nylon. 1-3. -J88 Toddlers' boxer set. Knit polo and flare-leg elastlcized waist pants. Both in polyester/cotton. Assorted colors. Sizes 1-4.

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