Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on February 1, 1973 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1973
Page 8
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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURKS Maximum yesterday: 30 Minimum yesterday: 28 WEATHER TODAY Temperatures: Wind, direction Wind, velocity: Snow; trace at 7 a.m. Wind chill factor: 11 A.M. 28 N 14 9 A.M. 28 N 14 ONE YEAR AGO High, 29; Low, 5 NORTHWEST IOWA Travelers advisory: Snow ending, windy and colder Thursday night, lows around 20. Clearing Friday with highs in the 30s. Baby Named TERRIL - Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shaw of Davenport became parents of a daughter, born Thursday, Jan. 25. The baby weighed 9 pounds, 14 ounces and has three sisters and a brother. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bergeson of Terril and Mr. and Mrs. Shaw of Chicago. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Wednesday: Randy Griffel, Roy Qowden, Lake Park; Gerald Erickson, Larry Bush, Spirit Lake; Jess Christensen, Sanborn; Anton Arp, Okoboji; Lowell Elliott, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Wednesday: Mrs. Francis Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Westergard, Mrs. Robert Geinitz, Mrs. Garrett Van Dyke, Spirit Lake; Rose Jones, Arnolds Park; Cleo Johnson, Jackson; Bernard Kollasch, Estherville; Ernest Mumm, Hadley Gross, Lake Park; Joe Root, Milford. Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Wednesday: Clarence Juhl, Robert Duncomb, Estherville; Mrs. Mary Merron, Bancroft; Mary Anderson, Dunnell; Thomas Bee, Coeur d'Alenc, Idaho. Dismissed Wednesday: Todd Weber, Mrs. David Adams, Dorcen Haukoos, Mrs. Rose Ing- ,vall, Mrs. Mabel Sevold, Mrs. William Watson, Estherville; Mrs. Elsie Gundcrson, Wallingford; Mrs. Roma Wilson, Okoboji; Mrs. Arthur Kruse, Ring- stcd; Mrs. Douglas Ommodtand baby girl, Jackson; Mrs. Karl Mohr, Oskalcosa; Mary Anderson, Dunnell. Area Calendar CENTER, SWAN LAKE Thursday, 6:30 p.m.— Center and Swan Lake Township Farm Bureau members at Gruver School for potluck supper. R1NGSTED Monday, 3:30 p.m. - SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. Local Calendar THURSDAY 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. SATURDAY RNA — 2 p.m. Meeting atBes- sie McGuinn home. MONDAY Morning Kiwanis Club— 6:45 a.m. At Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens—2 p.m. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. Open Heart Surgery For John Westrem John J. Westrem, former resident of Estherville, underwent open heart surgery Friday in Kansas City, Mo., his second such operation. He is the son of Mrs. Lottie Westrem of Estherville and the late John T. Westrem. John J. Westrem was moved from intensive care Wednesday Terril Cubs Get Awards TERRIL — Awards were presented at the January meeting of Cub Scout Pack 165 at the school lunchroom. As the awards were presented, each Cub Scout placed his name on the proper level of the advancement board. They were Mark Thompson, 2 arrows; Jim Nissen, 1 arrow; Frank Fairchild, Wolf Badge and 3 arrows; Lennie Probst, 2 arrows; Jon Wingert, 2 arrows; Joey Holmberg, Wolf Badge and 1 arrow; John Petersen, 1 arrow and assistant Denner cord; Steve Shelton, Denner cord. Those adding their Bobcat name pins to the board were Joe Wingert, Ralph Fairchild, Todd Nance and Mark Baedke. Mrs. Bill Tuttle presided over the business meeting. She reminded the parents of the upcoming Pinewood Derby inMarch and of the Blue and Gold Banquet on Feb. 19 at the Legion Hall. She reviewed projects the boys have been working on which included constellations and stars, and ecology posters. Mrs. Fred Baedke's Den 2 mothers were hostesses. One Charged In Accident An Estherville woman, Helen Amelia Love, was charged by Estherville police with improper change of lanes following a two- car accident on Central Ave. west of 1st St. about 12:28 p.m. Wednesday. According to police, Mrs. Love, driving a 1969 Pontiac, had to stop for a stop light at Central Ave. and 1st St., then proceeded east after the light turned green. Mrs. Love then pulled from the inside lane to the outside lane and struck a car traveling east driven by Donald Russell Planting of rural Estherville. Damage resulted to the right front of the Love car and to the left front fender of a 1962 Chevrolet owned by Planting. Immanuel Lutheran Installs Officers ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., FEB. 1, 1973 Pog« 8 New officers were installed at Immanuel Lutheran Church by the Rev. P. L. Mork at services Sunday. Those installed were Eldon Aanonson, president; Virgil West, vice-president; James Brown, secretary; Harriet Brown, publicity secretary; O. H. Johnson, local treasurer; Eldora Hanson, benevolence treasurer; Arnold Hoganson, deacon; and Leonard Howard trustee. Board members installed were Norman Christensen, Eldora Hanson, Keith Christensen and Mrs. Harold Knudson to the Syn- odical Board; Dick Hanson, Eugene Paulson and Walter Blinkman to the Board of Education; Clyde Hall and Donald Quastad to the Board of Audit. Others installed were: Lucille Hospitalised With Burns Robert Duncomb, 35, Estherville, sustained burns on his right arm and right side of his chest in an accident at work at John Morrell and Co. Wednesday, according to his physician. He has been hospitalized at Holy Family Hospital where his condition is reported as good. He is employed in maintenance, according to Morrell personnel officials. Johnson, organist; Carol Berven, assistant organist; Helen Birkland, senior choir director; Alpha Mork, junior choir director; Spencer Conference delegates—Marlin Fry and Lowell Christensen; Iowa District delegate— Torger Winterton; Waldorf delegates—Mr. and Mrs. Arnold M. Olson with Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Saul as alternates. Installed as ushers were Lowell Christensen, V. West, Clyde Hall, Kenneth Hanson, Marlin Fry, J. L. McGregor, Ron Olson, W. Blinkmann, Harold Knudson, Keith Schnell and Keith Christensen. Cemetery Board Holds Meeting East Side Cemetery Association board members discussed an extension of the cemetery at the annual supper meeting held Wednesday at Skyline dining room. Lewis Salyers, president, conducted the business meeting. Others attending were Vermaine "Ole" Sidles, vice-president; Mrs. Emma Paulson, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Hans Moritz, Mrs. Claude Randolph, William Ramsey, and guests. The extension, to be named East Side Memorial Gardens, is to be prepared for use this spring. Kangaroo Court was held by Mayor Linn Foderberg in his office Wednesday afternoon when Jim Zarling was arrested for failure to wear an Estherville Winter Sports Festival button. Pictured from left are Police Chief Clarence Hackett, Zarling, festival Button Chairman Hub Christen, Chamber of His Day in Court Commerce Executive Vice-President Robert Knox, Mayor Foderberg and City Clerk Connie Garrison. Zarling was sentenced to city jail but the stay of sentence was only five minutes when he came up with a festival button. — Photo by Chuck Ostheimer. and Is getting along well, according to his mother. Mrs. Westrem stayed there the past week returning home Wednesday. She reports that he had rheumatic fever while in service and had open heart surgery April 30, 1969, at which time two valves were replaced by valves of stainless steel and Teflon. One of these had to be replaced in the operation performed last week. Westrem is an A and E master mechanic in Kansas City, having been employed by Trans- World Airlines for 22 years. He and his wife have four children, two married. His hospital address is Room 757, St. Luke's Hospital, 44th and Wornall Road, Kansas City, Mo. 64111. Izaak Trapshoot Set for Festival A trapshoot at the Izaak Walton League grounds in Estherville will be a feature of the Esther- vill Winter Sports Festival and is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 3 and 4. The Saturday competition will get underway at 10 a.m., with a trophy fee of $1 being charged; targets, 50-16 yards, $2.50; and fifty handicap, $2.50. Total targets will be 100. Three trophies will be awarded; high on 16 yards, high on handicaps, and high on 100. Fees for the Sunday competition will be the same, with the addition of $2.50 for 25 pair doubles. Trophies to be awarded are: high on handicap, high on doubles, high on 16 yards, high on 100, high on 150, and high on 250. The Sunday shoot will start at 10 a.m. Free coffee will be served to all shooters and a lunch will be served by the Women's Chapter of Izaak Walton League. Robert Wilson and Charles Nourse are in charge of arrangements for the shoot, which is one of the large number of sporting events that are being staged for the festival. Mrs. Walsh Rites Friday Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen Walsh, 87, who died Jan. 30, 1973, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Patrick's Catholic Church with the Rev. Laurence Burns officiating and interment at St. Patrick's cemetery. A rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today (Thursday) at St. Patrick's Church. Friends may call at Fuhrman Funeral Homo, Estherville. Miss Ann Sothern 'Dial-il-yoursell rates apply on all interstate dialed calls (without operator assistance) from business or residence phones anywhere in the continental U.S. (except Alaska) and on calls placed with an operator where direct dialing facilities are not available. Dial-direct rates do not apply to person- lo-person, coin, hotel guest, credit card and collect calls, and on calls charged to another number. "Back in 1941, when I starred in "Maisie was a Lady," a box of popcorn cost 100, a movie ticket cost a quarter, and my uncle back in Minneapolis could call me in Hollywood around suppertime for $3.50. Today, you can dial that same call after 5 p.m. or on the weekend for 750 or less* if you dial direct without operator assistance." A little money still goes a long way on the telephone. Northwestern Bell

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