Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 30, 1973 · Page 9
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January 30, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

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AS THE WORLD YAWNS By STAFF WRITERS Highway 9 Resembles Grandma's Quilt HIGHWAY NINE between Estherville and Spirit Lake is a dandy thoroughfare — if you drive a Model T or a buckboard pulled by a team of Mules. Nobody needs to be reminded that this heavily traveled stretch is an insult to motorists of this area who must use it daily. The Dickinson County strip, in particular, is so broken up it has nearly as many patches as grandma's quilt. Taxpayers' pleas in this section of the state have been ignored much too long, and we understand it'll be several years before engineered improvements will be made. Highway Nine West is far below modern safety standards and should be given IMMEDIATE serious consideration to meet today's traffic requirements. * * * WORD FROM DETROIT has it that the German-engineered Wankel Engine will make its automotive debut in this country in the 1974 Chevy Vega. A 185 h.p. Wankel will be used, about half the size of present engine and will have only 15 working parts. * * * IN AUSTRALIA names of drunk drivers are sent to the local newspaper, which prints them under this heading: 'He's Drunk and In Jail'. There's no second chance for a drunk driver in San Salvador—he's executed by a firing squad. And, according to a report, in Malaya not only is the drunk driver jailed, but, if married, his wife is thrown in the cooler, too. Wow! No doubt that right after he's released from jail he goes directly to the dog house — at home. And that can be worse than the firing squad! * * * SENATOR HAROLD HUGHES in a fiery speech in Iowa last Sunday, did not improve on his sliding popularity. With reference to President Nixon's powers vs. Congress, he blasted: "Our only recourse will be to impeach him." Senator, when are you going to stop finding fault with everything and start introducing ideas and legislative bills that will add to the well-being of this country, rather than subtract? * * * ESTERVILLE! What's missing? The spelling of our city is misspelled so many times — the "H" inadvertently left out. This is a costly error for a well-known out-of-state firm which specializes in printing school forms. The Estherville senior's graduation invitations were printed with the aforementioned mistake, and not discovered until they had been shipped here. ALTHOUGH SEVERAL BILLS are brought before the Iowa Legislature each day it's in session, HF56 was the one that caught our eye. Representative John C. Mendenhall (R-New Albin) wants to prohibit the sale of beer and soft drinks in disposable containers, a move which would provide youths with pocket money cleaning up the right-of-way should consumers still prefer to throw the returnable containers away. It would also take some of the load off the now burdened sanitary landfills in the state. * * * IT'S A SMALL WORLD as most of you have learned via traveling. An Olewein traveler was far up in Canada last fall, and at Port Cartier he noticed a Minnesota license plate. "I started talking with this snappy blonde whose name turned out to be Cynthia Aultz, who had a car full of Husky dogs," he told us. "I learned she and her mini-Huskies would be in Estherville, Iowa in February." (For the sled dog races, Feb. 10-11). * * * REPORTS, REPORTS and more reports! retary's secretary will be needed soon * * * It's getting so a see- in most businesses. PEOPLE'S VIEWS' Commerce president, * * * ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUES., JAN. 30, 1973 Page 9 August Freeberg Services In Dunnell Wednesday Gold Patrol Gold badge awards were presented to members of the school patrol at Roosevelt School this afternoon. The gold badge is awarded each month to one girl and one boy, chosen by patrol leaders on the basis of performance, leadership and responsibility. At front, above, are shown Dennis Spoo and Donnette Syverson who were given the award for January. Be­ hind them are Mrs. Elizabeth Korthals, patrol supervisor, standing next to December winners, Jim Broschart and Bobbi Bolty. Behind them are November winners, Jeff Kelch and Barb Sankey, and the October winners at the top of the stairs, Steve Johnson and Teresa Sisson.— Photo by Carol Higgins Permanent NHS Membership For Eleven Iowa Lakes Students A JOLLY OLD TIMER was telling at a local service station the other day that life wouldn't be complete without trying chewing tobacco. And then with a gleam in his eye, he told this story: Ole had been stranded on an island for seven years. But one day a beautiful female was washed onto the shores. Ole ran to her, and she asked, "How long have you been here?* Ole told her seven years. "Oh, I bet I have something you'd like," she said. And Ole exclaimed, "Don't tell me you got some chewing tobacco!" * * * QUESTION OFTEN ASKED: Why is the stop sign at Central Avenue school zone in operation when school's out? ... weekends? . .. holidays?.. . school vacations? We don't know the answer. Maybe somebody goofs and forgets to turn off the switch. * * * A SIGN SEEN recently at the church site, 2nd Avenue North: Union Baptist... A Key Redemption Center ... No Stamps Needed. * * * DON'T GET OUT those radish seeds and golf clubs yet and look forward to an early spring. The caterpillar's coloring last fall is predicting this winter's weather — on schedule creature indicated our weather to be in thi which have already come true: a cold forepart of winter, a warm middle trend, and a cold, stormy ending. It seems the caterpillar last fall was black on his front end, yellow in the center and had black spots on the tail section. Ho-hum! Eleven students received permanent membership in the ILCC Honor Society at the Honors Convocation last week. Students from the area who received permanent membership are William Lambert, Milford, Farm Equipment Mechanics; Rod Raveling, Emmetsburg, Feed and Fertilizer; and three from Storm 'Lake, Jim Foell, Noriin Gutz and Bruce Richardson, > all in Feed and Fertilizer. Temporary membership is gained by maintaining a grade point average of 3.25 during a term of attendance. Permanent membership is attained by any student who has been a temporary member during any three semesters or any four quarters of . his community college or vocational course. Gaining the status of temporary membership in the society at the conclusion of the last term are: ARMSTRONG— He idee G. Barrett, Darwin A. Dahms, Mary Ann Evans, Connie Hansen, Rebecca Hoien, Linda J. Kelly, Donald G. McGregor. ARNOLDS PARK - Gary G. Re if, Donna J. Robinson. DOLLIVER— Richard N. Gibeau, Judy M. Levell, Connie K. This little stages, two of Brian Hauck in 'Taradiddle Tales' Brian Hauck, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Val Hauck of Estherville, has been cast as one of eight players in the Missouri Southern State College's Speech and Drama Department's 'Tar­ adiddle Tales'. The production, second and last Children's Theatre Production of the season, will be held on Feb. 24, March 3 and March 10. Moore, Kathie A. CSell, David G. Yackle. SPENCER - Leonard L. Kuehnast, Louise M. Kuehnast, Sally L. Schenck, Richard L. Thiesen, Joyce J. Tomlinson. SPIRIT LAKE - Dclmer Baines, Janelle L. Barber, Charles R. Hughes, Linda W. Hughes, Gerald M. Inbody, Vivian A. Lundgren. ; '< STORM LAKE — Deborah L. Swanson. RINGSTED - Donald A. Glasnapp, William D. Hansen, Kathy A. Finnestad. SWEA CITY - Dan Beenken, Donna M, Eggerth, Gale R. Mino. RUTHVEN - Connie M. Schneider, Simon E. Sikora, Adrian Steen, Robert Sundall. GRUVER — Joann Kirchner. LAKE PARK - Gary R. Lago. MAPLE HILL - Jody I. Barrett. FENTON - Michael Berkland, Paula J. Berkland, Debbie J. Bierle, Marilyn A. Mitchell, Chan W. Smith, Michael W. Wold. GRAETT1NGER - Loren W. Eldridgc, Judy G, Kiner, Kathryn M. Schealler, Leonard R. Witt. TERRIL - Anita K. Anderson, Deboney B. Langner, Mona K. Myers. WALLINGFORD — Dean Lundgren, Roger L. Rustad. EMMETSBURG - Mary P. Barry, Robert Bergert, Charles R, Dunn, Vicki Finn, Douglas H. Gowans, Julie A. Grace, Linda K. Hauser, Allen Hockett, Paul C. Jones, Lucy M. Kinnctz, William Kinnetz, Mary Beth Martin, Raymond H. Miller, Karla J. Mum- melthie, Mary Naig, Ginger Orr, Rod Raveling, Jeannette H. Rouse, Roger Rouse, James F. Schuller, Michael Schultz, Kathryn A. Simons, Tom F. Stillman, Carol Rae Tate, Delores Thorson, John Van Osbree, Mark Wateman, Daniel Wikert. ESTHERVILLE— Paul M. Beh- rends, John D. Bown, Richard R. Broad ie, Jim B. Crawford, Beverly J. Dahna, Larry T. Donovan, Diana L. Eckard, Donna L. Eckard, Patricia A, Edwards, Larry D. Elliott, Ronald W. En-, gel, Michael F. Eveleth, Sherir lyn J. Fry, Mary K. Handeland, Diane R, Helmick, Wayne R. Hess. Diane, R. HOganson, John M. Howard, Karen S. Juhl, Alan R. Koenecke, Jon Krieger, Kathy R. Lenox, James P. Loe, Bonita L. Long, Susan E. Lundy, Cheryl M. Mart, Pamela A. Martin, Carmen K. Minor, Roily C. Moe, Deborah S. Norgaard, Thomas V. Norgaard, Janine C. Olson, Eric L. Paulson, Mark S. Sifrit, Gary L. Strube, Mark D. Thiel, Kathryn A. Tredway, Walter J. .Wittneben, Robert L. Grems, Chris Nischen. August Walter Freeberg, 80, died Saturday, Jan. 27, 1973, at his home in Dunnell. The body was found Monday morning and the medical examiner ruled the death the result of heart failure. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Farm Bureau Membership Kick-Off Set Fifty plus Emmet County Farm Bureau membership workers are expected to attend the 1973 membership kick-off at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Gruver, according to Oliver Shonkwiler, county campaign manager. Shonkwiler said that each township captain has invited at least four workers and several cap- tians have invited ten workers to attend the meeting, to be held at the Presbyterian Church. Dale Nelson, administrative director of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation will be the kick-off speaker. Nelson is responsible for administration and coordination of the programs and staff of the farm organization. Also on the program will be Dick Harris, region 15 Farm Bureau manager, to explain the mechanics of the drive and to give a workers kit to each member in attendance. Hold Rites For Infant Services were held at 11 'a.m. Tuesday for James Dennis Gl- beau, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibeau, Dolliver. James was born at 4:35 p.m. Jan. 27, 1973, and died at 10 p.m. that day. Graveside services were conducted by the Rev. Robert Miller of the Christian Church. Reese-Henry Funeral Home, Estherville, was in charge of arrangements. Fractures Ankle Mrs. David Adams, 23, Estherville, fractured her left ankle in a fall on ice Monday, according to a report from her physician. She is said to be in good condition at Holy Family HOB- Wednesday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Dunnell with the Rev. 1 John M. Leaf officiating. Interment will be made in Lake Fremont Cemetery at Dunnell. He was born Nov. 20, 1892, in Lake Fremont Township west of Dunnell to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Freeberg. He was educated in Dunnell schools and lived his entire life in the Dunnell area. He had never married and was the last of his immediate family. He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers and four sisters. He was survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Fuhrman Funeral Home, Estherville, until noon Wednesday when the body will be taken to lie in state at the church. Jaycees Honor Four — BANQUET Continued from Page 1 therville National Guard for its assistance with 'Keep the Scene Green,' the abandoned car cleanup and many functions which it assisted with; the City of Estherville for assistance with chamber promotions; the Estherville Police Department for assistance with parades and other functions; the Estherville Street Department for work on Santa Claus day, snow removal and other functions; Estherville electrical crew for assistance With Christmas decorations and flags; the Estherville Fire Department for assistance with the flight breakfast and parades; the Estherville Daily News, KILR Radio station and KEYC-TV in Mankato for continuous coverage of chamber activities and news releases; Emmet County Soil Conservation Commission for assistance with the soil conservation tour; and the Wa-Tan-Ye Club and Rainbow girls for help at the annual flight breakfast. Those attending the banquet were also rewarded with fine performances from the Iowa Lakes Community College stage orchestra and Madrigal Singers and a presentation of scenes from 'The Sound ot Music* If you haven't seen the new Fords, you haven't seen whars new for'73. Ford LTD Brougham 2-Door Hardtop Options shown: Power-operated Sunroof, WSW steel-belted radial ply tires, remote control right-hand mirror, front cornering lamps, deluxe bumper group, deluxe wheel covers and vinyl top. Ford Galaxie 500 4-Door Hardtop Options shown: Steel-belted radial ply white sidewall tires, bumper group, wheel covers, rocker panel moldings, vinyl top and Ford Motor Company exclusive Power Mini-vent Windows. * * * DEPT - Harold Sawyer, new Chamber of announced at the Chamber banquet Mon- too far advanced In school _to benefit ny WBP,,*^ K „ MBSTED ABC-TV commentator, lightly suggested this comment shouldn't be taken lightly. DEADLINE FOR RESERVATIONS is Hearing for the Estherville and Northwest Iowan's fun-trip to Las Vegas. A preview of headline entertainment there includes Andy Williams and Ann- Margaret The Jet lifts from Sioux Falls the morning of March 9 tor four days and three nights' relief from this frosty climate and winter routine. World Wide Travel Service ' -—•— the 'holiday.' * * * is arranging DON'T TRUST A MAN fib about other things, too. who says he's boss at home - he'll The closer you look, the better we look. Two unbiased panels of auto experts took a dose look at all the 73 cars. Tested them thoroughly. Based upon these tests... Ford won"Carofthetear"in Road test's competition. Ford LTD won "Full-size Sedan of thelear N in Motor Trendfc competition. A close look shows why rcstyled Fords (LTD's and Galaxie 500's) won topawards. Motor Trend said, "The clincher was Ford's stock in trade: a super-quiet interior, isolation from noise." Standard luxuries scored big: 351 V-8, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, power ventilation, bodyside moldings, and more. You'll like the spacious Ford Front Room. Full-length door armrests. Plush carpeting. More for '73. A glove box bigger than any of Ford's standard-size competitors. Options like a remote control right-hand mirror that's driver adjustable. Power Mini-vents on 4 -Door Fords. An improved electric rear window defroster. New instrument panel for maximum driver and passenger convenience. Optional better ideas: Fingertip Speed Control, Select Aire Conditioner plus Automatic Temperature Control. AM/FM Stereo Radio with Tape Player and dual speakers front and rear. New Anti-lhcft Alarm System. Side-door Steel Guard Rails. Steel-belted radial ply tires. New super-size glove compartment. Remote control right-hand mirror. Power Mini-vent). For driving peace of mind ... optional steel- betted radial ply tires. Standard safety features include side-door Steel Guard Rails, an Energy Absorbing Bumper System, and more. And there's a new optional Anti-theft Alarm System. So much is new we invite your close look. Road Test calls the 73 Ford "the finest family car to be found at its price in showrooms today." Quiet i§ the sound of a well-nude car. FORD FORD DIVISION JIM VALEN FORD, INC. 509 Flrtt Avonuo North, Etthorvlllo, Iowa

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