Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 31, 1973 · Page 8
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January 31, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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t ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., JAN. 31, 1973 Page 8 Homemaker Award to Vicki Lemke The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 31 Minimum yesterday: 19 WEATHER TODAY 8 9 A.M. A.M. Temperatures: 20 22 Wind, direction: SE SE Wind, velocity: 8 8 Wind chill factor: 13 ONE YEAR AGO High, 23; Low, -5 NORTHWEST IOWA A chance of showers and warmer Wednesday night, lows around 30. Clearing Thursday, highs in mid 30s. Precipitation chances 30 per cent Wednesday night, 20 per cent Thursday. Area Calendar CENTER, SWAN LAKE Thursday, 6:30 p.m.— Center and Swan Lake Township Farm Bureau members at Gruver School for potluck supper. Local Calendar THURSDAY Ladies Day— 10 a.m. At Holiday Mountain. Past Matrons, O.E.S.-2 p.m. Home of Mrs. W. B. Mickelson, 721 N. Eighth. Pythian Sisters — 6:30 p.m. Potluck supper at IOOF Hall. North Star Lodge No. 447 A. F. and A.M. — 8 p.m. Second Degree. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Tuesday: AlvinBesawJr., Terril; Rande Christiansen, Ringsted; Mrs. Eugene Fales, Mrs. Gary Tenold, Dale Johnson, Mrs. Everett Reiter, Spirit Lake; Donald Peckebush, Milford; Charles Rose, Faribault. Dismissed Tuesday: Robert Bergquist, Mrs. Karl Fliehler, Marvin Staake Jr., Spirit Lake; Rhea BarnhlU, Arnolds Park; Reece Spaur, Spencer. FAIRMONT - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Louis Clark, Edward Thate, Everett Halvorson, Fairmont; William Diekmann, Ceylon; Mrs. Anna Graplar, Grana- 1 da; Mrs. James Garbers, Arthur Schultz, Welcome. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Melvin Schmidt, Bernard Poppe, Ceylon; John DeVires, Graettinger; Gertrude Sokoloski, Guckeen; Mrs. Dennis Lewis and baby, Lewisville; Mrs. James Hatten, Bancroft; Mrs. Wesley Vogt, Truman; Allen Bollinger, Fenton; Henry Dahle, Trimont; Sidney Roberts, Welcome; Mrs. Walter Sundberg, Mrs. Rod Robinson, Fairmont. JACKSON - Admitted Monday: Mrs. Charles Marsh, Jodie Madden, Michael Anderson, Jackson; Mrs. Laura Bettin, Alpha; Donald Mayer, Houston. Dismissed Monday: Mrs. Tom Garman, Mrs. Merrill Smith, Jackson; Mrs. Keith Anderson and baby, Windom. Hit-and-Run Accident Is Reported Estherville police investigated two accidents in the city Tuesday but no injuries were reported. A hit and run mishap occurred at the intersection of 1st Ave. S. and S. 17th St. between 6:45 and 9:30 Tuesday evening, according to police. A parked unattended pickup owned by Leila M. Reinesch of rural Estherville, was parked along 1st Ave. S. and 17th St. when an unknown vehicle backed into the left front fender of the Reinesch vehicle. Damage occurred to the left front fender of the Reinesch vehicle. A minor two-car accident occurred in the Wards Parking lot about 2:45 Tuesday afternoon according to police. Leo Thomas Waters of Estherville had stopped his 1965 Pontiac and was waiting to turn onto Central Ave. when his car was struck in the left rear by a car driven by Thorvald Bernardt Hansen of Ringsted. Bernard!, driving a 1969 Buick, was backing from a parking stall when the accident occurred. Damage occurred to the trunk and lett tail light of the Waters c«r. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Jennie Johnson, Roger Guritz, Chad Miner, Gordon Rick, Mrs. Jacquelyne Reiter, Estherville; George Beck, Ruthven. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Niels Petersen, transferred to Balmcr Nursing Home, Clyde Sanborn, Mrs. Grace Pell, transferred to St. Mary's Hospital of Rochester, Henry Hupp, Mrs. Kenneth Helmich, Mrs. Joe Justus and girl, Mrs. Darryl Henrickson, Estherville; Harold Jensen, Ringsted. Spencer Sets Passion Play Casting for the Spencer Area Passion Play will be held at 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at Hope Reformed Church, 919 N. Grand, Spencer. Anyone interested is invited to apply for a part in the play to have a cast of 300 men, women and children. Those who wish to participate but are unable to attend Wednesday may leave their names with their own pastor. The Spencer Passion Play, concerning the victory of Christ, will be presented April 15-20 at Clay County Fairgrounds. Ruthven Sets Variety Show A variety show, using talent in and surrounding the school district, will be sponsored by the Ruthven School at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9. All proceeds are to be donated to the Ruthven Recreation Committee of help defray expenses for the Ruthven summer recreational program for boys and girls. The shows committee solicits participation from interested persons cash prizes will be awarded the top performers. Mrs. Ellen Walsh Services Pending Mrs. Ellen Walsh, 87, died at 10:30 p.m. Jan. 30, 1073, at Good Samaritan Center, where she had been residing. She was formerly of the Superior area. Services are pending at Fuhrman Funeral Home, Estherville. Vicki Lemke, 17-year-old Armstrong High School senior, was named "Homemaker of Tomorrow," by General Mills in the annual Betty Crocker Search for American Homemakers of Tomorrow. She is eligible for state and national honors. Vicki is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Lemke of Armstrong and has four brothers, Craig, 19, Mark, 16, Lee, 10, and Scott, 6 years old. She is a member of the Future Homemakers Association, a staff member of Tiger Tales and the annual, a cheerleader, and organist at the Nazareth Lutheran Church. She also plays piano and sews. She plans to attend Iowa Lakes Community College at Em- mctsburg for a secretarial course. The State Homemaker of Tomorrow will be chosen from all school winners in the state, judged by performance in the Dec. 5 test. Mrs. Richard strong school. McKean is the homemaking teacher at the Arm- Speech Winners ARMSTRONG - Contestants to represent Armstrong Community Schools in the district contest of the High School Speech Assn. were chosen in a local test held Saturday. Mrs. Jo Ashmore, speech instructor at Armstrong, announced names of students who will participate in the following categories: prose — Doug Johnson, Jane Pertl and Dave Grussing; poetry — Barbara Clark, Lewis Johnson and Jane Pertl; dramatic acting— Doug and Lewis Johnson and Roberta King; humorous acting — Ray Dolf and Carol Tonderum; storytelling — Vicki Countryman; after-dinner speaking — Charles Champine; expository address—Melvin McElwee; Oratorical declamation — Barbara Clark, David Grussing and Eight Attend Co-op Meeting Eight representatives frorr area cooperative elevators attended the annual meeting of the Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa last week. Members attending from the Superior Coop Elevator Co. were Manager Ivan Summa, Keith Nelson, Melvin Ellis, Robert Place, William White, and Kenneth West. Attending from the Terminal Co-op in Graettlnger was John Blagg. They were part of 2,000 elevator directors, managers and their wives representing the more than 300 local cooperatives which own FGDA. Lonnie Guinn; improvisational storytelling — Lonnie Guinn. Two Armstrong faculty members, Shirley Britt and Arnold Schilling, served as judges for the Armstrong competition. Louie Hansen Says Farming Top Industry Louie Hansen, area extension director from Spencer, explained population trends at the Kiwanis-Farmer dinner held at the Gardston Hotel Tuesday. Hansen, a resource specialist for ten Northwest Iowa counties, said that as farm population declines, so does the need for other jobs in an area. Hansen, noting that farming was the main business in this area, said that there are export jobs and domestic jobs. He said that the export jobs are those that produce goods to be shipped from the community while the domestic jobs are those that serve the export industry. Augustana Honors To Area Students Michael Thu and David Zelinsky of Terril and Jeanne Ohrtman of Ringsted were named to the Dean's List at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, according to Mrs. Sharon Neish, college registrar who compiles the list. Vicki Lemke EVOLUTION of the AUTOMOBILE 1900 -WOODS STATION WAGON. Elegance came to car design with this family vehicle powered by electricity and developing speeds to 12 m.p.h. From the Clarence P. Hornung Gallery of Famous-American Automobiles. THINKING OF BUYING A CAR? Your next thought should be about financing. The right auto loan can mean extra car-owning pleasure. It can put less strain on your finances. Bank Auto Loans are low in cost, very quickly arranged, quite easily paid off. To apply, or for complete information, come on in. EMMET COUNTY Ucti <«poilt Iniura4 I* $20,000 HMMl MMM rtNUtANCTcOIMtAtlON "1 STATE BANK A FULL SERVICE BANK 'In a Good Community* ESTHERVILLE RINGSTED NOTICE IF YOU DIDN'T RECEIVE YOUR GIBSON'S COUPON BOOK IN THE MAIL, STOP IN OUR STORE AND PICK ONE UP. LIMITED SUPPLY. Oops . . . IT'S OUT OF THE BAG • • • OUR FINAL CLEARANCE STARTS THURSDAY NOON WE'LL BE CLOSED THURSDAY MORNING FOR REGROUPING AND REPRICING NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY OVER 500 PAIR WOMEN'S SHOES k VALUES TO 24.00 R88 - "y88 - g88 • LADY FLORSHIEM • CONNIE •COBBLER • GLOVETTE • COBBIES SNOW BOOTS Vi PRICE FASHION BOOTS 088 VALUES TO 22.00 MEN'S SHOES Vi PRICE • FLORSHIEM • JARMAN • HUSH PUPPY • CALUMET CHILDREN'S SHOES VALUES TO U.00 388 _g88 Q88 • JUMPING JACK • CHILD LIFE BARGAIN TABLE OF ODDS AND ENDS OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT Till 9:00 SHOE FIT COMPANY ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 4,

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