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Estherville Daily News (Newspaper) - June 16, 1976, Estherville, Iowa Official Newspaper For All Emmet Counfy Depai'taont e $f .Ulster* �- Aroiiivea fics koines, Iowa 5031$. Sample Copy AILY NEWS 105th YEAR; NO. 178 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 51334 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1976 COPY, 15* lllllllllllllllllllllll............�.....llllltlllltMIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIMilMIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIllltlltllllllllllllllllltltllllttlltllllltlllttilHlllllUltl.....Ill........MIU........IIMIIIM.....Illllllllll........IIIMMIIIIMIII11111.....IHIHIIIIII.....1111111111.....Illllltl llllll.......Illllllll Opheim Transferred To Burn Hospital Pertl Levell Champine Emmet Health Grants To LC, Armstrong Grads ARMSTRONG - Two Armstrong High School graduates and a Lincoln Central High School graduate have received Emmet County Health Improvement Association scholarships. Jane Pertl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pertl, Armstrong, has been active in many groups including music, athletics and speech events at Armstrong High School. She has also participated in the church choir and is a member of Luther League. Pertl has taken a nurses aide course and is currently employed at the Valley Vue Nursing Home, Armstrong. She plans to take a nursing course at Iowa Lakes Community College, Emmet-sburg, this fall. PAT CHAMPINE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Champine, rural Ceylon, Minn., is the second scholarship winner from Armstrong High School. She has been in 4H nine years, is a member of the Catholic Youth Organization; and at Armstrong High School has participated in music, athletics, speech and Future Homemakers of America. Champine will be attending Mount Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, to take, a four year course as a medical technician. THE LINCOLN, CENTRAL High School winner is Peggy Levell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levell, rural Dolliver. She has been a 4H member nine years and has taken part in school and church activities. She is taking the nurses aide course at Iowa Lakes Community College-this summer and will be entering their nursing course this fall at Emmetsburg to become a registered nurse. The scholarships were in the amount of $125 each and were presented to 1976 high school graduates by Mrs. Floyd Yackle, rural Estherville, president of the Emmet County Health Improvement Association, a local Blue Cross group. CINCINNATI, Ohio - Tim Opheim, who was severly burned in a June 9 accident, has been transferred to the Shrine Hospital burn unit in Cincinnati, Ohio. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Opheim, Estherville, Tim received first, second and third degree burns from grease in a deep fat fryer and had been in intensive care at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn. He was taken out of the intensive care Unit Sunday and was taken by air ambulance to Cincinnati, Ohio, Tuesday morning. Doctors there said probably be there another two months. SKIN GRAFTING is scheduled to begin in about a week if his condition continues to improve. Surgery will possibly be scheduled later. Persons wishing to write to Tim may Estherville Woman State Service Star President ESTHERVILLE - Marjorie Woodyard, Egtheryille, was elected state president and Olive Anderson, Estherville, state secretary, during the American Service Star Legion convention June 4 at Rippy, members were informed during the meeting of the one Woodyard Service Star Legion June 10 at the American Legion Hall, Estherville. Other Estherville members represented at the convention were Elma Anderson, Maude Brown, Ethel Burns and Edith Lair. An installation of officers was held with Olive Anderson, acting installing officer and Edith Lair conductress. A report was given that at the Memorial Day program, Marjorie Woodyard, Olive Anderson, Ann Frick and Maude Brown represented the Service Star Legion. It was announced there will be no meeting.in August and the Service Star Legion will entertain the Gold Star Mothers in September. The meeting closed with a closing prayer and the chapter singing 'Star Spangle Banner.' , ^" Serving ' committee"' 'was Olivet Anderson, Lorha Loeschen and Edna Anderson. June Rains Top April, May ESTHERVILLE '- Estherville received .09 inch of rain Tuesday, bringing the area's rainfall to 1.07 inch during June, more than fell in the county during April and May combined. The 1.07 inch of rain includes .33 inch on June 9 and .65 inch on June 14. write to him at the Shrine Hospital, Burns Unit, 202 Goodman Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45219, and those wishing to write to his mother, Cindi Opheim, who will remain with Tim in Cincinnati, may write to her at the Vernon Manor Motel, Room 423, 400 Oak-at-Burnet, Cincinnati, Ohio. A FUND DRIVE is still being held to raise funds to help with Mrs. Opheim's expenses while she is staying in Cincinnati and to help with expenses incurred at St. Mary's Hospital. The Opheims had no hospital insurance. Persons may donate at the Emmet County State Bank. There will be no charge for the services performed at the Shrine Hospital. Solid Waste On Special ECCOG Agenda ESTHERVILLE - The Emmet County Council of . Governments (ECCOG) will meet in special session at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 17, at Estherville City Hall. The meeting is being held to discuss the extension of an existing contract with Palo Alto County for handling its solid waste and discussion of tran-sfering the Estherville landfill operation to ECCOG. Eleven Sons Takes Prize ARMSTRONG -. Gerald Irmiter, 37, Ringsted, was honored as the father with the most sons present during Armstrong St. Mary's Catholic Church's father-son breakfast. Irmiter's 11 sons attending the breakfast with him include Matthew, Donald, Gary, Wayne, Francis, Allen, Martin, Dean, Dale, Anthony and Paul. Also honored at the breakfast were Bernard Rezac Sr., rural Estherville, oldest father; Richard Bradley, Armstrong, youngest father; and Duyane Von Bank, Armstrong, the youngest son present at 13 months. Rain Creates Playground \ . . . . * . Rain that /ell In the Estherville area late Monday and Tuesday morning left several puddles for yoxmgsters to play in and-near. Eirad Allen Jensenvle/t, sonofMr. and Mrs. Larry Jensen, and John Dalen, son of Mr. and Mrs. JVflfce Dalen, found such a puddle at the end of a driveway. - Photo by Connie Davis No Jury Indictment In Emmet Fatality ESTHERVILLE - An Emmet County jury investigating the death of Dale R. Kotewa, Fairmont, Minn., did not return an indictment in the case. 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