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Thursday, February 1, 1973
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The World at a Glance Five Ninth Graders Top Honor Roll ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., FEB. 1, 1973 Page 4 Mrs. McGovern X for Drunks NEW YORK (AP) - Eleanor McGovern says she is discussing the possibility of taking part in a children's television show. She did not identify the program. "I have to do something until my husband runs for re-eelec- tion in South Dakota," the wife of Sen. George McGovern, the defeated Democratic candidate in last year's presidential election, said on Tuesday. Mrs. McGovern made her comments while attending a "skating benefit" for the Child Study Association at Rockefeller Center. She did not bring her skates. Susan Agnew BALTIMORE (AP) - Susan Agnew, daughter of Vice President Spiro T. .Agnew, leaves today for a 10-month stint on the Brazilian coast with the medical ship USS Hope. Miss Agnew, an occupational therapist at Eastern Shore State Hospital in Cambridge, Md., will serve as assistant to the director of audio-visual education on the privately financed ship, a spokesman said. She expects to return next December, after an assignment near the city of Maceio, south of Recife. Female Cadets AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) - The U.S. Air Force Academy will start enrolling female cadets in 1975 if the proposed equal rights amendment is ratified by this June, according to Lt. Gen. A. P. Clark, the academy superintendent, Clark added Tuesday that if the amendment is defeated, women will have a long wait before they can expect to enroll at the academy. Mrs. Black ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) Mrs. Hugo L. Black has been robbed of $12 by a young man who forced his way into the home of the widow of the late Supreme Court justice at knifepoint, police report. Mrs. Black was unharmed; the assailant escaped. She told police she had just returned from a shopping trip Tuesday when her doorbell rang. When she opened the door, a man holding a knife and wearing cheesecloth over his face pushed in and told her, "Give me your money. All I want is your money." When she gave him the $12 he fled, Mrs. Black told officers. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) Dozens of birds killed themselves last year trying to fly through glass-walled outside corridors of a medical school after eating the intoxicating berries of nearby pyracantha bushes. To guard against the new annual onslaught of the drunken birds, the Medical University of South Carolina has put big "X's" of masking tape on the panes. Chartreuse? DETROIT (AP) - Chartreuse fire trucks? Lime yellow is how fire officials are describing the new color, for those who can't picture chartreuse, but whatever the title, fire engine red is on its way out here. Fire officials say chartreuse is much more visible at night, and thereby much safer. The department will put its first piece of chartreuse equipment, a boat tender, into use today. The city's entire force won't be converted for about 12 years. Five ninth grade students in Estherville carried a perfect 4.0 average for the first semester with 59 students named to the honor roll for the semester. Carrying a 4.0 grade point average were Teri Bose, Tom H1H, Barb Jacobsen, Julie Stroud and Barb Nelson. Also named to the honor roll for the semester were Mary Kay t Alig, Bob Baker, Ken Berchen-' briter, Dean Bergeson, Carol Biitner, Julie Boevcr, Jim Boies, Scott Brink, Dan Brown, Debbie Brown, Wendy Buell, Mark Burch, Jackie Carlsen, Doug Croudy and Tammy Dannen. Also named were Julie Domino, Debbie Elliott, Peggy Fenton, Patricia Fitzgibbons, Tom Fuhrman, Delaine Harris, Mary Jayne Henely, Jan Hoppe, Barb Howard, Mary Keifer, Patricia Keilmann, Barb King, Steve Kinnard, Ken Knox, Dan Kultala, Lois Leiding, Bryon Lindell, Julie Linn, Mary Beth Lown, Steve McAdams, Tammy Mace and Tom Merrill. Also on the honor list are Monica Morris, Karen Natterstad, Jackie Origer, Phil Pearson, Dan Perkins, Martin Peters, John Reese, Gregg Sampson, Franc ie Solmonson, Sheryl Sorum, Brad Spear, Sara Stockdale, Debbie Stoltz, Kathy Vedder, Steve Williams, Julie Williamson and Barb Ziegler. Julie Stroud, Debbie Stoltz, Barb Nelson, Barb Jacobson and Teri Bose also carried a 4.0 grade point average for the second quarter of the 1972-73 school year. On the honor roll for the second quarter were Mary Kay Alig, Vickie Anderson, Bob Baker, Jim Boies, Scott Brink, Dan Brown, Debbie Brown, Wendy Buell, Mark Burch, Doug Croudy, Tammy Dannen, Mary Enerson, Ann Fagre and Peggy Fenton. Also honored were Kathleen Fitzgibbons, Patricia Fitzgibbons, Tom Fuhrman, Delaine Harris, Mary Jayne Henely, Tom Hill, Jan Hoppe, Barb Howard, Pam Iseminger, Kim Johnson, Mary Keifer, Patricia Keilmann, Barb King, Steve Kinnard, Ken Knox, Dan Kaltala, Byron Lindell and Julie Linn. Also named were Steve McAdams, Tammy Mace, Karen Ma- loney, Monica Morris, Karen Natterstad, Jackie Origer, Phil Pearson, Dan Perkins, John Reese, Gregg Sampson, Francle Solmonson, Brad Spear, Kathy Vedder, Steve Williams and Barb Ziegler. Ten Eighth Graders Record 4.0 Marks Hold Des Moines Services For Ex-Ringsted Woman Collards ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) — "I assume collards is something edible," an Englishwoman has written the Georgia Department of Education. Mrs. J. Lomax of Yorkshire, England, said she had seen the term in "Gone With the Wind" and "To Kill A Mockingbird," and wondered just what it was the novels were referring to. She was sent a number of excerpts from books describing collards by state education officials, who also enclosed a collection of collard recipes and a package of collard seeds. News Hunger HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. AP — The reason his mother married a cannibal chieftain in Indonesia was to gain material for a book on primitive customs, says the son of Explorer Wyn Sargent. "My mom knows what she's doing," Jmy Sargent, 17, said Tuesday. "Mom is writing a book. It's all about customs and things. And the best way to get the material..." His 42-year-old mother, twice- divorced, has become one of the wives to Chief Obaharok in the Indonesian province of West Irian. Jmy — pronounced Jimmy — said he doesnt' expect the marriage to last — "Mom needed the material for the book. When she's done with the book, that will be it." RINGSTED — Funeral services for a former Rings ted resident, Mrs. Eleanora Neve Samuelson, 78, of Des Moines were held on Monday at the Dahlstrom Funeral Home, Des Moines, and burial was in the Highland Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Samuelson died of a heart ailment on Thursday following a year's illness at the New Haven Rest Home, Des Moines. She was born at Ringsted to E. D. and Sarah Neve. She attended school there and was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Churchuiy- til she moved to Des Moines about 45 years ago. She is survived by three sons, Harlan, Vernon and Marlow, all of Des Moines; two sisters, Mrs. A. N. (Sena) Anderson of Swea City and Mrs. Adolph (Tomena) of Oaks, Okla., a brother, George Neve of Ringsted, and four grandchildren. Attending the funeral from this community were Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Anderson of Swea City, George Neve of Ringsted, Mrs. Russell Lastine of Graettinger and Glen Neve of Spencer. Superior Christine Kimball Celebrates Birthday Guests at the Dale Kimball home Saturday evening in honor of their daughter, Christine's 2nd birthday were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kimball, and Mr. and Mrs. Jens Rasmussen of Wallingford, Mr. and Mrs." Harley Olson, also of Wallingford, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Herum and family of Terril. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sheldon returned home recently from a three-week trip to Alabama. They visited a granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Leimbacher and baby, at Huntsville, and then visited friends at Hot Springs. En route home they came through the Ozarks and stopped at the Truman Library in Independence. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith were hosts for the 500 Club recently at which George Smith and Mrs. Herb Dean were high scorers, Art Smith and Mrs. Garhardt Jensen were low. Mrs. Jensen won traveling prize. The Herb Deans were hosts for the group Friday for a game at which all couples were awarded prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hasbrook were recent supper guests of Mrs. Eloise Reuland at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lutz of Gilmore City and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zavayna of Lakefield, Minn., were recent visitors at the Act Lutz home. Mr. and Mrs. Zavay­ na also called at the Charles Koranda home. No Alarm NORTHFIELD, MINN. AP - Bob Carel is a Northfield businessman who installs burglar alarm systems and sells televisions on the side. Monday he removed part of the alarm on his store so he could install it in a client's store. Carel came to his shop Tuesday and found that burglars had kicked in his unprotected back door and stolen two color TV sets. Ten eighth grade students in Estherville carried a 4.0 grade point average for the second quarter of the 1972-73 school year. They were Molly Beaver, Tammy Croner, Karla Hauck, Heidi Hoye, Jeff Michaelson, Sue Schacherer, Luann Signs, Sherrie Slingerland, Laura Swanson and Gregory Tholkes. Placed on the honor roll for the quarter were Arlo Anderson, Dawn Anderson, Becky Beaver, Douglas Behrens, Gary Blair, Jeff Brashear, Shelley Brobst, Tom Burgess, Jodi Erickson, Brenda Dykes and Cheryl Eveleth. Also Bridgett Fitzgibbons, Steven Foster, Randy Heinrlchs, Sheri Heins, Gayle Hempstead, Shelley Heyer, Bonnie Higgins, Bernard Jasper, Melody Hum, Jan Jurrens, Cyndi Kennedy, Connie Kruse, Nancy Lamb, Lyn- Four Seventh Graders Get 4.0 Grades Seventh grade students earning 4.0 grade point averages for the second quarter were Susan Fagre, Nancy Hess, Donna Jacobsen and Cheryl Swanson. The four earned straight A's in five subjects. On the seventh grade honor roll with a 3.0 average or above for the quarter were Julie Ackerly, Sherry Anderson, Dan Boecker, Kathy Bose, Julie Brinkman, Kelly Buell, Clara Dorn, Louise Fisher, Tom Fisher, Leanne Freeman and Michelle Fuss. Also Matt Guenther, Philip Haan, Patty. Hasbrook, Michael Herke,_ Chuck Hlggins, Beth Holmgren; Kimberly Howard, Elizabeth Howing, Debra Jacobsen, Lori Keeler, Mary Kint, Janet Loe and Susan Lund. Also Lesa Lyon, Colleen McFadden, Michelle Martens, Mark Neppl, Susie Powers, Steve Schacherer, Jim Schorzmann, Lisa Steil, David Sternborg, Cindy Stoltz, Steve Vagle and Lauretta Wolden. Late Autopsy DETROIT AP - An autopsy- delayed some 2,000 years — will be performed today by Wayne State University scientists. Undergoing the belated surgery will be the mummified remains of an Egyptian who died about the time of Christ's birth. ette Lyle, Debra McManness, Ruth Martens and Rhonda Harris. Also Stephen Mason, Steve Mason, Leslee Matthes, Cindy Morris, Scott Neppl, Rick Oleson, Joni Origer, Deborah Ostheimer, Neil Pospisil, Julie Reetz, Diane Rosburg, Tim Ross, Janet Sampson, Darcy Sifrit, Jean Simonson and Marjie Theesfeld. Also Julie Thompson, Dennis Thornburg, Lori Torreson, Karen Waterman, Cindy Westfall, Mike Whitehouse, Judy Wuerch and Kelli Zitterich. Armstrong Randy Breuers Weekend Guests In Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Randy Breuer of Minneapolis will spend several days at the parental Denis Breuer and James Larson home. He visited at the home of his brother, the Kenneth Breuers, also. Mary Larson and Randy Breuer were married Jan. 20 at Christ the King Catholic Church in Minneapolis. The couple is stationed at the Naval Air Station in Quonset Point, R.L, and will return there January 30. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Helgason spent several days at the home of their son, Harry Helgason' at Waynesville, Mo. He is employed as a federal meat inspector for plants there. Mrs. Harris Wadsworth, Carma Helgason, Mrs. Nowell Gochanour, and Mr. and Mrs. Norval Gochanour, Gwen and Marcia attended the wedding of Jacklyn Powers to Gary Hall at Britt Saturday afternoon: Mr. and Mrs. William Ashmore and sons were recent guests at the Dr. J. L. Crouch home. Kathy Irmiter has concluded a visit between quarters from the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter. Mrs. Mabel Hansow and Mrs. Hazel Butcher were Sunday guests at the home of Flossie and Fern Manley. Mrs. Loretta Mart entertained Mr. and Mrs. Gene Joint and Jim of Clear Lake, Sister Mary Patrica of San Diego, Calif., and James McNally of Sibley recently at the Valley Vue Nursing Home where she is a resident. Richard Irmiter spent several days with his sisters, Mrs. Thomas Pfleghaar and Marjorie Irmiter in Minneapolis, Minn. Atheist turns cold shoulder on Gesundheit By Abigail Van Buron c \rn »r CMMM THHM-N. v. MM *T»*-< t«t. DEAR ABBY: What would you have done in a case like this? A girl in our office sneezed, so I said, "God bless you." Instead of thanking me, she said, "You don't have to bother with that. I'm an atheist!" NONPLUSSED DEAR NON: I wouldn't have done anything. But the next tine the sneezes, tell her to take good care of herself because If she ever gets pneumonia she won't have a prayer. DEAR ABBY: I can't believe I am actually writing a "Dear Abby" letter. My husband just left for "Bosses , Night" and I'm sitting here with red eyes. "Bosses Night" is a once-a-year affair, which features dinner, live music, and no spouses! My husband thinks it's nice. I think it stinks! I told my husband that if my work had a similar function, he would strongly object to my going, and to make him happy I would stay home. He said I was all upset over nothing. Am I? How would you handle this next year? FEELING BLUE * SEEING RED DEAR SEEING: I would get together with a few of the ether "bones' wives" and treat myself to the best entertainment In town. DEAR ABBY: I've been dating this girl for a year or so. Things were pretty tight between us. We were supposed to go ice skating last week, but something came up and I absolutely could not make it. I didn't want my girl to sit home, so I asked my best friend to take her. Well, he took her all right. It turned out be took her skating on Wednesday, to dinner on Thursday, to play tennis on Friday, and to a drive-in movie on Sunday. He would have taken her out Saturday night, too, but he had to work. I didn't expect this to happen because we were such good friends I thought I could trust him. What should I do? DON DEAR DON: Start looking for another girl. But don't Name your friend. If your girl was really "your " girl, she wouldn't have been so easily lured away. DEAR ABBY: r Your computer date girl who was taken for $295 by a phony dating bureau is all wrong. Even tho her contract contained phrases like "cannot guarantee" and "whenever possible," they did guarantee some effort on their part, and they are indeed liable for this effort. By analogy, a medical doctor may state honestly that he cannot guarantee the success of a given treatment or operation. Now, if said doctor performs honestly and fails, that's one thing. But if he merely fails to perform, or performs negligently, that's something else again. The date bureau agreed to do certain things, and if they did not fulfill their promised obligations, they are nothing but "sweet sue-able"—and the sooner we sue this kind of "sue-age" the better. J. D. C: ST. HELENA, CAL. Preblenu? YM'11 feel better If yea get It eff yew chest r «r a perseaal reply, write to ABBY: Box N«. WW. L. A., Calif. MMS. Enctose stamped, self-addressed eavefepe. For Abby's new bsekfet, "What Teea-Agers Want to Eaow." send tl to Abby. Bex StTto. Lss Angeles, Cel. SGT. STRIPES... FOREVER by Ml Hewrilh THE BORN LOSER gfes»,«oT &uateP TRKK OF 6em»& 'THAWS FORTHBN "WCHXXLARRA&E. by Art Sansom COCU&ZO. •THAT 'Sit ^rWlbf CARNIVAL by Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox WINTHROP by Dick Covalli ( HO .... RUNNING AW*Wf=KVA HOME... IVE GOT AU-MV CREDIT CARDS IN HERE. HOTEL. RESERVttnONe, LETTERS 'INTRODUCTION... A c \MA»TA MINUTE... SOU R3RCSOT TD RENT THE CHAUFFEREO LIMOUSINE. THE BADGE GUYS MARVi VdU LOOK IMKIBtf. WHAT HATPEMEP TV by Bowsn & Schworz WE WENT 10 A RESTAURANT . TO CELEBRATE OUR BABY'S K WRWRW. "B» consistent, Dad! First you, say I should be considarata of other* and than you say I should toll him to go annoy somebody sfss!" "Do you havo on* that smslls Ilk* plxxa?" SOME PRUNK MAPE A CRACK ABOUT MY HUSBANP WHEN I RAIP1HE BILL.

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