Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 9, 1939 · Page 5
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, IVILLB, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1339 Farm Club Meets May 4 At Dunnell DUNNELL, MINN.: Tie Lake Fremont Farm club met Thursday •evening Hay 4 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Silcox. A lunch of ice cream and cake and coffee was served at nine o'clock, after which a business meeting: was held. Committees were appointed for the picnic to be held June 4, at the State Park on the south shore of Tattle Lake. This picnic is to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the organization of Lake Fremont Farm club. The anniversary -date was Jan. 1914, June was -chosen as a more convenient season for those coming: from a distance. Everyone who has ever been a member is invited to be present. Mrs. Howard Silcox president appointed Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Silcox and Mr. and Mrs... Frank Steinhurst the invitation committee and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gilbertson and Mr. and Mrs. M.-H Silcox for entertainment and Mrs. E. E. Logue and Mrs. Fred Rosenberg a buying committee. (Program consisted of songs by the club and a recitation" by Gordon Silcox) Two new families joined the club, Mr. and Mrs. Art Schmitger and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schendel. ——V.R.-— DUNNELL i Grandpa A. G. Anderson was 82 years old May 5 and his birthday was observed by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bredberg and Mr. and Mrs. G. Fred Anderson and family of Sherburh "who spent the evening at the Matt Anderson home. Mrs. Frances Swift had many callers May 1st, her birthday. Surprise Party A group of ladies drove to the Paulson farm Thursday to enjoy the afternoon with Mrs. John Paulson, it being her birthday. Lunch was brought by these guests Mesdames Oscar Olson, Hugo Jacobsen, E. W. Johnson, Clarence Carlson, Carl Paulson, 0. B. Carlson,' C. A. Bredberg, A. J. Johnson, Lottie Anderson, C. J. Berg and Miss Hannah Rydell. Entertains For House Guests Mrs. George Mathwig invited a few ladies over on Thursday to PROFESSIONAL CARDS G. E. PERSON Real Estate and Insurance We represent some of the best American Old Line Companies] Phone 87 W. T. SCHILDKNECHT Plumbing and Heating Plumbing Supplies and Eavespouting Phone 731 DR. L. F. HOFFMAN VETERINARIAN Located first door West of D-X Station on East Central Avenue Rhone 151 ; DR. R. D. THOMPSON CHISOPSACTOB Located in Gaarde Bufldina- ., ' ,. Phone 260 . ^DR.JT.0. MANN ^dveftSaiiboniMa Plpne 92 CfreSNAPSHOT aeddeat to his hmge many year* ago. H« Ihrta with his sister Mr*. August Oeetius. Mr. and Mrs. Wa. Olson, Darnell's travelers returned from a winter at McAQea, Texas, MOB. C .G Appekrulst, 3t W. SWOB. berg, Walter OUoa and John Marcus ware in St. Pool Friday is the interact of trunk higaway No. 4 aa to grading tab yoar. Jack PoUej had his first train ride Saturday to LaSelle, wber* bis aunt Boss PoUoi met hia. Tbo B. J. Pollei's drove to Madelia Sunday to brine Jack home. Gordon Flygaw of St Paul had a short vacation this week and brought hia wifo and son to visit his mother Mrs. flbba Flygare Tuesday to Thursday. Mr*. Flygar* and sons and her guests enjoyed dinner at the H. R- Nelson home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson of Trtunph were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. C. J. Benson Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leiding ana family of Ceylon visited their daughter Mrs. Robart Rosenberg on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weir and three children of Windom enjoyed Sunday at H. H. Weir's. V.R. "Castle in the clouds"- an easy trick shot you can make at home. For how to do It, see below. T RICK pictures made with the aid of glass or mirrors are easy— and these devices permit many unusual effects. Place an object on a table with glass top—shoot from underneath the table—and the object seems to be floating in air, tor the glass, of course, will be invisible. That is how the picture of the "castle in the clouds," shown above, was taken. A big piece of glass served as support—the castle is a toy one—the clouds are pieces of fluffy cotton. And a portrait attachment was used on tbe camera to permit shooting "close-up." Diagram 1 shows how things were arranged. Tou can use this same technique in shooting a picture of a pet—in picturing a ship model—showing a doll making a high dive—and in many other clever, striking snap­ shots. Just have < the glass well cleaned, don't allow it to pick up reflections from your photo lights, —and your pictures will truly pus- lie anyone who views them. Mirrors are extremely useful In making trick snaps. For an amusing shot, get a plain unmounted mirror, and place it level Just under the camera lens as shown in Diagram Z. Take a picture of your bouse with this arrangement—and if the mirror is correctly adjusted as shown, your picture will show a lake In your front yard! The mirror cuts off the lower halt of the scene, and substitutes an upside-down reflection, just as would appear in a smooth sheet of water! Try these simple, amusing camera stunts. You can make trick pictures as well as anybody! John van Guilder Diagram 1—Castle picture. Put subject on glass sheet or glass.top table, shoot from below. O, glass; C, camera. Diagram 2—Trick reflection method. M, mirror arranged under lens; C, camera. The mirror creates a "lake." JACK GREEK Quests at the Hanson Bros., home Sunday were Mr. and Mr*. L. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rockney and daughters of Estherville, Amos Sevold of Maple Hill, Evelyn and Ordeen Hanson, Miss Lillian Gilberteon, Mrs. Chris Ellerston, Miss Serena Berg of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown. Bryle Felkey is employed at the home of James Ellerston. Mrs. Carrie Grems is helping Mrs. Wesley Jones with her work. Edith Anderson was • participant in the tap dancing of Mrs. Millers class Friday night at the Roosevelt auditorium in E»Iberville. She danced to the tune I Must See Annie Tonight and later sang There's a Rainbow on the River. Dr. Bimey of Estherville was a professional caller at the home of Ed Gangs ted who is recovering frees a severe Obsess, Mr. and Mr*. K4 Walker a*4 Mr. Fesaler from Ahreae sad K>. erette Wheeler «*re Sunday <Jmt*rr gmeta at the home at Mr *»4 Mrs. Sam Anderson and family Baity EUenrten «f G«xU»r.»! Mbm. to visiting His son Xn-ng and family and hi* brother Oim and sister Mrs. Metro** Sc*S«*. man and other ret&treea. A son was born early Tto-Kiav morning at the boos* of Mr ait »i Mrs. Atvia Gleasaapp, Mrs. Sam Anderson and <Uut> • ters Charlotte and Elisabeth w#r» Wednesday evening caller* at th* Ellerston homo. Miss Sereae Berg *f KatWrvtTte is spending a few amy* viaiUng at the heme of Mise LHhan Gilbert, son. Rev and Mrs. A. G. Tolo of Northwood, Minn., were Thar*iaj- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kmte 01* •cm. Mr. and Mrs. Oerar Berven of Morris, Minn., were Sunday caller* >t the home of r*l»Mw« in thU vicinity. Mr. and Mr*. Knot* Olson were Sunday caller* at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thorvald Olson in Estherville. E. H Ellerston and son Irvine and Mr*. Melro** Schloeman of Estherville and Mr*. Edith Wood and Miss Gertrude Brown of Ocbeyedanj were Sunday caller* at the bom* of Mr. and Mr* Chri* Ellerston and son Jam**. ^ V.R.- ORUVER ; , The seniors of G rarer high school held their hacralsumt* services Sunday evening May 7. The seniors are Maylha Marttn, Mary Origer, Florence Origer, Luella Thorsland, Miriam Anderson, and Jeanne Rnamuasen, Rev. Burton delivered the sermon. Commencement exercise* will be held Thursday evening. May it. The Graver high whoo) and grade school will hold their annual picnic Friday, May 12 at Ft. Defiance state park. Center township rural schools will be excused on the following dates. Dist. No. 1 May 12; Dist. No. 2 May 19; Dist. No, a May Itj Dist No. 4, 8, and 9 on May 19. visit with her guest Mrs. O. T. Engquist of Des Moines, la. Mesdames Joe Asp, Homer Lawson, Axel Nynraist and Miss Esther Oselius were the guests. Rev. O. T. Engquist is traveling hvCali- fornia and Columbia conferences in interest of Pension Fund of Augustana Synod of which he is secretary^ and treasurer and in his absence his wife and son Dale have visited relatives. Mrs. Mathwig and daughter in law Mrs. F. G. Mathwig of Pipestone drove to Des Moines Saturday to take Mrs. Engquist home and to visit with a sister Selma Johnston until Sunday night. Dunnell Study dub The Dunnell Study club met for its last regular meeting Tuesday night with Mrs. Claude .Theobald and all members were present. I Roll call responses were ideas [•for next years study. Mrs. Homer Lawson read two articles Smith Street from Mercury and The Oasis from Readers Digest. Election of officers was as follows, president Mrs. R. R. Nord vice president,'Mrs. M. H. Silcox secretary, Mrs. John Marcos and Miss Ruth Carlson was re-elected 'treasurer. >>* Twenty-five dollars was given to eacn the Boy Scouts and Camp Fire: girl*. >*r' '. ; • i Hostess served apple pie and by a male trio Hybbert, Larson and Danielson, a Swedish dance by grade five, violin solos by Ruth Danielson, songs by a ladies oc­ tette and a ladies sextette, an oration by Paul Montan a reading on psychology by Mrs. E. G. Swanson and pictures by Supt. Knutson. The Petersburg people served lunch. Complimenting St. Paul Guest Mrs. Gordon Flygare of St. Paul was an honor guest at a party Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Philip Bredberg. A delicious supper was served by the hostess to these invited guests Mesdames Ebbar Flygare, H. R. Nelson, C. A. Bredberg and Pauline, G. E. Heyman, C. G. Appal- quist, Matt Anderson and R. J. Appelquist. W. J. Conner attended a dinner at New Ulm Wednesday evening given for all John Deere implement men in this district. TJryra Hansen who has taught in District 117 tte, past three yean win leave for Solvang, California for tbe summer. Mr^and Mrs. Peter Temple with Mr. and. Mrs..Tom- Clancy of Sberfmxn visited Maty Began who stfeneVi fhr academy in f*"*HHt** v niiifer • v^vT Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph MattMes weA.&osinoaav- rleltore hit .Miii&tt- \ apo&lThjuaoay .•iaiA.WdiKf,-^' POPULAR MECHANICS wVlll Shew Tou til* Easy Way To Do Hard Things NEWSPAPER MECHANICS Both For Ono Full Yoar Regular Priet $4JO— Vest Sort $1 .25 Practical I InformaHvml Usmfvll POPUIA* MECHANICS comb* the wadd for the- latest news, the in m IU n Inpmclire, rhs rh rilling «rpiihi»r«< and cha ismeitslit* discoveries that can be foaad ooly within the &*id of science, invencioa and mechanic*. 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