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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATURES Maximum yesterday: 31 Minimum yesterday: 23 WEATHER TODAY 8 Temperatures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Snow: 3'/ 2 inches at 8 a.m. Wind chill factor: 2 A.M. 23 NW 12 9 A.M. 22 NW 12 ONE YEAR AGO High, 30; Low, 12 NORTHWEST IOWA Fair Friday night, lows 20 to 25. Fair and warmer Saturday, highs in upper 30s. Precipitation chances near zero. J. P. Court Donald Christiansen, Esther- vllle, fined $7 and court costs for speeding. William Hemme, Estherville, fined $10 and court costs for speeding. Bonnie Carter, Estherville, fined $10 and court costs for'op- erating a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license. Donald Kuhnau, Estherville, fined $15 and court costs for improper passing in motor vehicle. Paul Woessner Jr., Ames, fined $11 and court costs for speeding. Dennis Nygaard, Spirit Lake, fined $15 and court costs for speeding. Area Hospitals DICKINSON COUNTY - Admitted Thursday: Stephen Johnson, Spirit Lake; Loy Rickman, Arnolds Park. Dismissed Thursday: Donald Peckebush, George Fries, Milford; Floyd Edwards, Spirit Lake; Charles Rose, Faribault, Minn. FAIRMONT- Admitted Tuesday: Thomas Koenecke, Welcome; Mrs. William Meier, Truman; James Olinger, Fairmont; Mrs. Harry Clark, Armstrong. Dismissed Tuesday: Jack Blanchard, Russell Mogensen, Tru- PMM AWtaBr«m*r,C«y\oniMxi. Lyle Iverson, Ceylon; Mrs. James Feeiy and baby, Walter Smith, Armstrong; Kenneth Mock, Sherburn; Robert Schoening, Lakefield; Harry Stock, Mrs. Louis Clark, Fairmont. JACKSON - Admitted Tuesday: Mrs. Evelyn Forman, Joan Dyslin, Jackson. Dismissed Tuesday: Mrs. Michael Thurmer and baby, Jackson; Brian Peterson, Ceylon. Area Births FAIRMONT - Born Jan. 30, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Marc Monk, Welcome, girl, 8 pounds, 4% ounces. Born Jan. 30, 1973, to Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Baarts, Truman, twins, girl, 8 pounds, 2 ounces, girl, 7 pounds, 1 ounce. Area Calendar Local Hospital ESTHERVILLE - Admitted Thursday: Elizabeth Wensel, Mrs. Sarah Sanders, Melvin Wright, Estherville; Thomas Brooks, Jackson. Dismissed Thursday: Mrs. Violctte Anderson, transferred to Good Samaritan Center, Clarence Juhl, Harry Jones, transferred to Good Samaritan Center, Chad Kaltved, Chad Miner, Estherville; Thomas Bee, Cocur d'Alenc, Idaho. Auto Registrations New car license was issued to Donald 11. or Eunice L. Howard, Estherville, 1973 Buick; and licenses for new trucks to Harley J. or Norma J. Rosburg, Estherville, 1973 Chevrolet, and Lee Roy A. Henrikscn, Armstrong, 1973 Ford. Warranty Deeds Bell, Gary & Karen to Stockdale Inc.; L 3 Miner Sunset Hgts Addn, Eville (W.D.) Bringle, Elwin 0. & Mayme Est to Ahrens, Edward Jr. & Patricia; Pt N'/ 2 L 3 & 4 Blk 58 Orig Plat, Eville. Barfoot, Beatrice H. to Sampson, Rosemary G.; L 7 Blk 5 Loughs Addn, Eville. Doll, Kenneth W. & Nita M. to Linn, Dorothy M.; N 30' of L 6 Blk 10 Loughs Addn, Eville. Eville, City of to Golden Sun Feeds Inc.; Tract in Blk 48 O.P. Eville (Sp W.D.) Eville Masonic Temple Assn. to Jensen, Herman A. & Laurence M.; Part of L 2 Murrays First Addn, to Eville. Klema, Robert J. to Ahrens Edward & Patricia; S 72' of L 1 & 2 Blk 58 O.P. Eville. Solmonson, Donald to Sorum, Lavina; Pt L 4 Blk 1 O.P., Eville (Q.C.D.) Thorn, Elmer & Margaret H. to Doll, Kenneth W. & Nita M.; N 30' of L 6 Blk 10 Lough's Addn, Eville. Hood, M. J. & Hazel to Eville, City of; NWV 4 NW>/ 4 10-99-34 (Utility Easement). Handeland, Lester C. & Lois A. to Higgins, William S. & Susan E.; L 21 Blk 4 Woods Addn, Eville. To Teach 'Mental Relax 9 Danny and Regina 11 de Liska arrived at Iowa Lakes Community College this week, where Mrs. de Liska will teach "Mental Relax," a new adult education course, beginning Monday. They look over scrapbooks of clippings and letters from friends made through the courses. Regina 11 states she has "helped about 7,000 people" through teaching them how to use their own mental powers.— Photo by Carol Higgins ' Uses Practical Approach For Mental Telepathy By CAROL HIGGINS Mental telepathy, using a method which she calls "Mental Relax," will be taught in an adult education course at Iowa Lakes Community College by a native of Medellin, Bogota, Colombia. She is Regina 11 de Liska, assisted in teaching the course by her husband, Danny, a Nebraska rancher. Regina 11 speaks some Henry Veldey Services Monday in Fergus Falls Henry M. Veldey, 87, father of Harmon Veldey of Estherville, died at 11 p.m. Feb. 1, 1973, at Rosewood Manor Nursing Home. Mr. Veldey of Fergus Falls, Minn., had been a resident of Rosewood Manor since Jan. 2. Los Palos, Calif. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife in 1957, four brothers and one sister. Reese-Henry Funeral Home of Estherville was in charge of local arrangements. Mrs. Walsh Funeral arrangements are tentatively set for Monday at Glende- Johnson-Nelson Funeral Home in ^ . -rw w -a Fergus Falls. Interment will be KltmW Holrt in Bethlehem Lutheran Ceme- lf * tery, Fergus Falls. RINGSTED Monday, 3:30 p.m. - SUSO Topps Club at Petersen Hardware. TERRIL Monday, 7:30 p.m. — Foreign Exchange Student Ed Piersma speaks to the public in Terril School lunchroom. ESTHERVILLE AREA Monday, 7 p.m. — Midway Country Club, annual Valentine party at Shaperal Restaurant, Armstrong. Former members invited. Tuesday, 8 p.m; — Rcbekah Lodge, IOOF Hall. 1 Local Calendar SATURDAY RNA - 2 p.m. Meeting at Bessie McGuinn home. MONDAY • 6:45 Morning Kiwanis Club- a.m. At Gardston Hotel. Senior Citizens-2 p.m. Scrabble and 500 at Community Center. American Legion and Auxiliary—6:30 p.m. Potluck at Legion Hall. Rainbow Girls — 7 p.m. Regular meeting) Masonic Temple. TUESDAY r Kiwanis Club-Noon. Gardston Hotel. , Senior Cititens - 2 p.m. Bingo at Community Center. He was born Dec. 28, 1885, at Hanley Falls, Minn., to Mr. and Mrs. Osmund G. Veldey and was educated in Hanley Falls schools. He was married to Hilda Gulickson in 1907 in Hanley Falls. Mr. Veldey operated a chain of grain elevators in the Fergus Falls area where he had resided since 1927. He was a state director of the American Assn. of Retired Persons for Minnesota, a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Fergus Falls, a 50- year member of the Masonic Lodge and a member of the Elks Lodge. Survivors include one son, Harmon Veldey, Estherville; one daughter, Mrs. Katherine Mier, Cambridge, Minn.; five' grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; one brother, the Rev. Selmer Veldey in Washington state; one sister, Mrs. James Cummings, New Manager At Refuge Jav-k C. Womble has been assigned refuge manager at Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge near Tltonka. Womble transfered from the Wetland Management District at Benson, Minn., replacing Stephen Ber linger who moved to South Dakota as manager of Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge. A native of Florida, Womble received his BS in Wildlife Management from the University of Florida and has held postitlons with the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife in Florida, North Carolina and Minnesota. Jack, his wife, Marilyn, and three children, Renee, Glen and Steven are making their home west of Tltonka near the Union Slough Refuge. Services were held at 10 a.m. today for Mrs. Ellen Walsh, 87, who died Jan. 30, 1973, at Good Samaritan Center. Th Rev. Laurence Burns officiated at funeral services held at St. Partick's Church. Interment followed at St. Partick's Cemetery. F u h r m a n Funeral Home, Estherville, was in charge of arrangments. She was born Oct. 20, 1885 at Piper City, 111., to Mr. and Mrs. John Rellihan, and received her education in Piper City schools. On May 20, 1905, she was married to Thomas Walsh in Piper City. In 1915 they came to Iowa and farmed in the Superior area until his death In 1948. Mrs. Walsh was a member of St. Patrick's Church, Estherville. She is survived by four sons, Joesph of Storm Lake, Bernard of Spirit Lake, Donald of Houston, Texas, and Vincent of Cedar Rapids; eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Catherine Hemphill of Spencer. Preceding her in death were her husband, a daughter, Bernice, her parents, five sister and three brothers. Pallbearers for the funeral were Pat Bueltel, Don Foster, Virgil Johnson, Romaine Kathman, Bernard Logan and Russell Tow. Attend Funeral In Des Moines ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FRL, FEB. 2, 1973 Pig* t Festival Snow Causes Accidents RINGSTED - Mr. and Mrs. Verl Smith of Bancroft and Larry and Wiley Hansen attended the funeral of their cousin, Marvin Gertsen, 46, of Des Moines Thursday. He died of a heart attack after shoveling snow on Jan. 21. He is survived by one brother, Carl Gertsen of Des Moines. His mother will be remembered as Emma Hansen Gertsen, formerly of Rings ted., English and her husband translates for her as her thoughts become more involved. The course, offered in two sessions for five days, begins Monday. She insists that her method does not use philosophic theory, religion nor hypnosis. It is a "practical approach," she says, by which people can learn to communicate with others and to use their mental powers on their own bodies for psychic healing. Many illnesses are the result of mental distresses and she believes she has assisted in various cases with psychic healing. Her method "is a lot like acupuncture, except you don't use needles. You rearrange the magnetic forces within the body." Her discovery of her mental powers was made when she was five, Regina 11 says. "When I was at the confirmation, I see the visual of the human aura." "This was a light around the bishop's head," her husband ex("This was a light around the bishop's head," her husband explains.") She began having trances when she developed a communication with a person whom she describes only as a European who has since died. He taught her in these trances about mental telepathy and psychic healing. Danny Liska explains, "At the time she communicated mentally with him, he advised her that only 10 other people had acquired the profound knowledge that she had acquired. And she. was the 11th." Thus she took the name "Regina 11." '•{ She found while growing up she was able to help diseased people. It was three years ago when her own child needed healing that she made her resolve to pass on her knowledge of psychic healing. She was a widow with three children when she. married Danny about four years' ago. Their child, Johanna was born with a hylane membrane lung condition, the illness which claimed the life of John Kennedy's infant. "\ Regina 11 gave treatment to her baby, promising herself that: if the child lived and was cured she would teach psychic healing' to others. The miracle occurred, for them and since then the Liskas have traveled presenting the! course in various parts of the United States and Europe. She also uses "astro-projec­ tion, how you project your Image In other places or project images of other people," she says. Her mental telepathy is not used for contacting the dead but only the l'.vlng, she says, as she does not believe it possible to establish mental contact with the dead. Slick Estherville streets were the main cause of a rash of accidents investigated by Estherville police Thursday. A two-car accident at the intersection of N. 8th St. and 4th Ave. N. was reported to police about 12:10 p.m. Thursday. According to police, cars driven by Kinsley Klare Richards and Duane Craig Murray collided at the Intersection of N. 8th St. and 4th Ave. N. Damage resulted to the right rear fender and bumper of Richards' 1961 Olds mobile and to the grill of a 1971 Ford driven by Murray. Estherville police Investigated an accident involving two cars at the intersection of 6th Ave. S. and 14th St. about 12:25 p.m. Thursday. Police said a 1967 Ford, driven by Lucille Elizabeth Johnson, was going west on 6th Ave. S. and saw a car driven by Marvin Glenn Michael coming and went up over the south curb. The Michael car, a 1961 Chevrolet, caught the left rear fender and bumper as it was turning west on 6th Ave. Michael was charged with failing to have his vehicle under control. Damage occurred to the left rear fender and taiUight of the Johnson car and to the left front of the Michael car. A minor mishap was investigated by police at the intersection of 1st Ave. S. and 13th St. about 3:10 p.m. Thursday. Judith Ann Nelson of Estherville was stopped for a stop sign on 1st Ave. S. at 13th when the car she was driving was struck in the rear by a car driven by Kevin Christensen of Estherville. Christensen, driving a 1967 Ford, slid on the snow-packed street before he struck the Nelson car. Damage resulted to the trunk of the Nelson car. Police Investigated a two-car mishap on West 5th Ave. N. about 5:15 p.m. Thursday. Officers said that a car driven by Dorothy Elisabeth Logan of Estherville was stopped in front of 602 West 5th Ave. N. when it was struck in the rear by a car driven by David Niel Frederick- sen of Estherville. Damage was sustained to the rear bumper and trunk of a 1968 Oldsmoblle owned by Logan and to the left front fender of a 1970 Buick driven by Frederlcksen. An accident Involving two cars occurred on Highway 9 at the entrance of the Villa Motel about 8 p.m. Thursday, according to police. Police stated a car driven by Scott Hudgen Summa of Estherville was going west on Highway 9 and began to turn into the driveway entrance of the Villa Motel when his 1962 Chevrolet was struck in the rear by a 1964 Ford driven by Jane Marie Lewis of Estherville. Slick Estherville streets caused Lewis to not get stopped in time. Damage resulted to the left front fender of the Summa car and to the rear end of the Lewis car. Boggs' Plane Lacked Beacon WASHINGTON (AP) - The light airplane that disappeared in Alaska last fall with Rep. Hale Boggs, D-La., and three others, lacked beacon locator equipment required under Alaska law and also lacked the required survival equipment for passengers, the National Transportation Safety Board said today. The board said the pilot, Don E. Jonz, 38, when asked if he was carrying the required survival and locator gear, had replied, "affirmative." However, the board said its investigation showed that Jonz* own portable emergency locator transmitter was found in another aircraft of Pan Alaska Airways, the air taxi firm of which Jonz was president and chief pilot. Furthermore, all three of the air taxi firm's survival equipment kits were located at the company's Fairbanks headquarters, the board said, adding: "From investigations and witness statements, the board concluded that the pilot did not have a locator transmitter or survival gear aboard the aircraft." The missing plane and its occupants have never been recovered. The board said it could not determine the probable cause of the accident without recovery of the Cessna CHOC. Aboard the planned flight from Anchorage to Juneau last Oct. 16 were Boggs, Jonz, Rep. Nick Begich, D-Alaska, and Russell L. Brown, an administrative aide to Begich. The board said it would resume its investigation if the aircraft is found. The search for the plane was one of the most extensive In recent civil aviation history, the board added. More than 1,000 flights and 3,- 600 hundred of hours of flight time over a period of more than five weeks scanned an area of almost 326,000 square miles without finding a trace of the plane or its occupants. LC Lists Second Quarter Honor Roll Terril Schedules Music, Educational Programs TERRIL — Music and educational programs for the public are being sponsored by the Terril Community School during February. , On Tuesday evening, Feb. 6, Eduard Piersma, foreign exchange student, will give a slide presentation about his country, the Netherlands. The general public Is invited for the program at the Terril school lunchroom, 7:30 p.m. Area families interested in being hosts for foreign exchange students are urged to be present. Music Club will meet at the lunchroom at 2 p.m., Feb. 14. Scheduled entertainment Is the Junior High Chorus and Band. On Feb. 22, the Junior High Chorus and Band will have a music recital. This is in connection with the Elementary and Junior High Solo Contest which Nancy Hacked On Dean's List Nancy Hackett, daughter of/ Mr. and Mrs. George Hackett of Estherville, has been named to the Dean's List at Luther College with a grade point average of 4.0. Miss Hackett, a junior has transfered to the University of Iowa and is majoring in English. is March 17. The public vited to attend. is in- The Terril High School and Junior High Concert Bands will perform for the public at the school gymnasium at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 27. The Swing Choir will also present several numbers. Guest performer will be Billy Redman, percussionist. Area Youths On Dean's List At Westmar Two Estherville youths and five from the area have been named to the Dean's List at Westmar College for the fall semester. Westmar students must achieve a grade point ratio of at least 3.25 of a possible 4.0 for the semester. Named from Estherville were Jane Lindholm and Ann J. Lindholm, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Hugo Lindholm. Students named from the area are: Roger Leuring and Cynthia Sampson of Terril, Darrel V. Goff of Ruthven, Rhonda J. Kern of Fenton and Nancy L. King of Jackson. Lincoln Central School's honor roll for the first semester and second quarter of the semester have been released. Those who were placed on the Ben Guenther Rites Monday Ben Guenther, 80, formerly of Estherville, died in Muscatine Feb. 1, 1973. He had been living in Hershey Convalescent Home there. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Redeemer Lutheran Church with the Rev. Harold Brown officiating. Interment will be made in East Side Cemetery. Friends may call at any time Sunday at Fuhrman Funeral Home, Estherville. Guenther had farmed in the Estherville area until recent years. Three Area Educators At Assembly Three area educators, Don Brown of Estherville, Mrs. James A. Sorensen of Ringsted and Orville Siers of Lincoln Central, are attending the annual Iowa State Education Association Delegate Assembly in Davenport. As delegates to their respective educational associations, they will participate in electing two officers, consider more than 100 resolutions, act on eight special reports and review the statutes of BEA legislative goals during the three - day meeting which started Thrusday. Patty Determan On Honor Roll Patty Determan was unintentionally left off the second nine- week B-honor roll at Terril, according to Principal R, E. Shelton. GRAND THE TEH - ES THER VIL L E honor roll for the first semester were: Grade 7 — Keith Benjamin, Charles Gardner, Laure Golly, Connie Hansen, Joyce Hoffman, Barbara Ingvall, JonRasmussen, Sandy Simon, Kevin Swartz and Steve West. Grade 8 — Rosemary Eide, Greg Gibeau, Tracy Hansen, Tom Miller, Brian Pelzer, Michael Pytleski, Boyd Quastad, Jane Quastad, Joni Simon, and Lola Wedebrand. Grade 9 — David Blagg, Steve Christensen, Becky Knudson, Nancy Nitchals, James 0*Sell, Ron Pierson and Deanne Yackle. Grade 10— Allan Aanonson, Marlin Anderson, Terry Friesner, Dick Pierson, Douglas Swartz and Cathy Umscheid. Grade 11 — Anita Anderson, Bruce Christophel, Gary Hansen, Duane Hoffmeyer, Joe Klingbeil, Connie Knutson, Connie Moore, Marge Nitchals, Kurt Olson, Marcia Peterson, Robert Pierson, Robert Simon, KimSwanson, Nancy Tindall, Lori Thiel and Janice Valen. Grade 12 — Kay Anderson, Marlene Anderson, Sherry Fay, Buffy Graves, Ron Hansen, Gary Jorgenson, Gloria Juhl, Duane Moore, Cathy Olson, Marleen Olson, Judy Rasmussen, Phyllis Rezac, Linda Schroeder, Richard Sunde and Randy Yackle. Honor rolls for the second quarter of the first semester contained the names of almost all of the above with the additions listed as follows: Grade 7 — Kim McGregor; Grade 9 — Mike Christophel and Michelle West; Grade 10- Phyllis Wedgbury; Grade 12—Greg Dallmann, Larry Gjerde, Jean Hoffman and Stanley Nitchals. ALL SILVER REPLATIN6 REDUCED 20% No charge for straightening* DURING FEBRUARY ONLY BEFORE I AFTER Every Item Replated at Sale Prices Article Teapot Creamer Rat. $35.50 18.50 Since the value of old silverplated INSTANCE items continues to soar... this is an excellent time to take advantage of these low, low prices to have your worn silverware, antiques and family heirlooms replated like new. These pieces are now more valuable than ever and make wonderful gifts. All work QUADRUPLE SILVERPLATED by our skilled silversmiths and Sale prices apply to ALL pieces. Candlestick (per inch) 2.00 Sugar bowl 20.50 Trays (per sq. (n.) .16 Sals Price $28.40 14.80 1.80 18.40 .128 OUR NEW REPAIR POLICY *FREC DENT REMOVAL and tlrai|htenin| an all items we lilverpfeie. •ONLY |l.tl FOR ANV AND ALL ADDITIONAL REPAIRS, no matter hew eiteniive, en any piece we lihterplete. Include! soldering breken hsntflet, left, knebi, ele. (Only eiceptlem ere fer furnishing new peril) SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 28 BRING IN SILVER TODAY! BOONE JEWELRY 11 South 6th Street, Estherville, la.

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