Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 9, 1939 · Page 7
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 7

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 9, 1939
Page 7
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTEHEBVILLE, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1939 News Items from This Vicinity By Special Correspondents to The Vindicator and Republican DOLUVER The Missionary Society of the Community church held a May breakfast at the home of the president, Mrs. M. C. Peterson. Although the morning was rainy a large crowd attended and the treasurer, Mrs. W. L. Peterson, reports over $8.00 received. Waffles, sausages, bacon and coffee were served. The Peterson home was decorated with baskets of garden flowers for the occasion. Following the breakfast a business meeting was attended by Mrs. L. P. Stillman, Mrs. W. G. Mcllwraith, Mrs. James Stillman, Mrs. C L. Day, Mrs. W. L. Peterson, Mrs. H. D. Mereness and Mrs. M. C. Peterson. Miss Veran Hartman has been assisting at the L. P. Stillman home during the week. Eckhart-Persons Miss Doris Eckhart. whose marriage to Mr. Gordon Persons of Fairmont, Minn., will take place on May 13, was honored at a miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower in the annex of the Community church last Wednesday evening by Mrs. Anthony Lauer of Fairmont, Mrs. Bruce Eckhart of Algona and Mrs. A. R. Eckhart and Mrs. Paul Anderson of this place. The room was beautifully decorated with baskets and vases of flowers with a table on the center of the room centered with a large May pole in the colors of yellow and white and on this table the many lovely gifts to the bride to .be were placed. / Sixty guests were present and among them relatives from Fairmont were Mrs. Walter Reed and Mrs. Bill Reed. From Estherville 'Mrs. Mime Wertz, Mrs. J. 0. Reed and Mrs. Hazel Wylder, Mrs Bruce Eckhart and Mrs. Lewis Reed of Algona and Miss Lomena Koenecke from Mason City. Lunch was served. Miss Eckhart for the past two years has been a nurse in a •Fairmont hospital. ' V.R. Miss Maxine Schmidt is assisting Mrs. Irving Martens with house cleaning this week. Rev. and Mrs. Wagner of Charter Oak, called a( the Henry Dewall home Thursday. Mrs. Chris Nygaard is convalescent following a painful gathering in her ear. The hut week in April Mrs. Julian Nygaard" of Spencer came to be with her mother-in-law and remained until Sunday when her husband came for her. On April 30th Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith of Superior were dinner guests at the Clans Martens home. Miss Fern Smith who teaches at Ruthven spent the week end of April 30th with her parents. Cornell Oleson Is building a new tenant house with basement in the grove adjoining his home on the county line. Last Thursday the Stkktuit dub was entertained at the home of Mrs. Milford Houge. Fourteen members responded to roll call. Guests included Mesdames Hurlburt of Graettinger, Mrs'. Hudson, Mrs. S. Houge and Mrs. Lloyd Houge of Superior, Mrs. A. Graff, Mrs. Donald Coleman, Mrs. Donald Cockburn and Miss Vernice Wheatley. After a short program lunch was served. Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson of Clear Lake are the proud parents of a son, Gerald Wayne. V.R. Members present war*: Adelaide CUussen, Mary Swartx, Kathryn Haywood, Gladys DeVoss. Margaret Goldsberry, Jessie M. Hartman, Henrietta WhiUcre, Etna Woods, Florence Barber, Alice ShulU, Vera Grams, Rosemary Haywood, Mildred Shults, Maxine Workman, Morris Haskins, Clarence Schroeder, , Janis Anderson, Virginia Hartman, Lester Bosh, Donald Ressler, Byron Miller. Richard Steele, Allan Brood, Robert Campbell, Omar Smith, Mary Smith, Mary Paulsen, Trella .Whitacre, Robert Swarts, Robert Woods,, Robert Aiken, Florence Origer, Maytha Martin, Ruth Hall, Kenneth Goldsberry and Reverend and Mrs. Burton. Hostesses were Ruth Hall, Rosemary Haywood, Virginia Hartman and Venis Schroeder. The S and S club held a meeting last Tuesday evening May 2 at the home of Miss Maxine Workman. The group enjoyed a hamburger fry. Those present included, Venis Schroeder, Ruth Hall Margaret Goldsberry, Mrs. Roy Schwab and Miss Maxine Work- This SMART) NEW IOQERNAJ£§. FURNACE will save you plenty on FUEL BILLS I 7*2 Mc4ltMcr ( MOW Nsctost More Cowfort Lofr Uf« This attractive, new Modera-Aire Far* aace actually gives mere beat pec tot- < Iar regardless of wast type reel yea born. Its specially designed ceihaa Ooa chamber, otT ssaxmmm strength with greatest beating surface, dettars highest combustion emckaty ... saves plenty on heating costs. Precision made throagheot of finest materials t with dosena of striking new featam.| See it—price it—before roe install any type heating. ' 1 CSS i WEST EMMET i . Several families of neighbors attended the funeral of'R. H. Dewall of Ayrshire,, which was held at Terril, last Wednesday after. noon. Mr. Dewall was well known in this vicinity, his son Henry and son-in-law, W.J. Dewall and the Paul Welnitz family, brother- in-law, reside in this township. GRUVER 1 Christian Endeavor Meets The Christian Endeavor society of the Gruver Presbyterian church entertained the parents of the members at a meeting on Wednesday evening May 3. The discussion What is a Christian Home? Leader of the discussion was Kenneth Goldsberry. Mrs. Burton sang a solo My Little Gray Home in the West Jessie Hartman sang Mother Knows and Adelaide Claussen and Margaret Goldsberry played a piano duet Polly. Robert Woods read a poem to the fathers and Rosemary Haywood read A Tribute to Mother. Parents present were Mrs. Frank Krieger, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. John Goldsberry, Mrs. Ralph Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haskins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barber, Mr. and Mrs. John Bush, Mr. and 'Mrs. Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whitacre, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods and Claude Ressler. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nutting are the parents of a 7ft pound baby girl born last week. Mr. Nutting will be remembered as a former teacher at Gruver high school and Mrs. . Nutting is the former Miss Florence O'Brien. The Nuttings are now living at Pella where Mr. Nutting is teaching. The ladies league of the Gruver Presbyterian church met on Thursday afternoon May 4 at the church Welt* OUTSTANDING FIATURIS •>« «•* DeeKTtfjM* . . t**rm taree. fe»y-*e-H»e • Hie* Meter . . Me-Oa IVeeH ties W Been . . Oee Iteee • . . . Seetlel C—iheitt— Cserttf.Tw-Meee f\ nree»t . . I«iy Oeecettoe •re*e* . . litre Dee*. Ash fit. W. T. Schildknecht Estherville, Iowa Phone 731 MODERNIZE ^ Quick Flowering Garden of Annuals Plan for a Sammer Border to Flower From Seed in Sixty Days. Annual flowers <have been so much improved each year they give perennials closer competition for garden prominence. The old idea that annuals should sever be grown in the perennial border has long been discarded; and summer borders in which annuals predominate are growing in favor. • In the early garden, months perennials have no competition since! flowers can hardly •.be'grown from 1 seed, to blossom in May and early ' June. But'*after delphiniums >have gone .the annuals take overhand can eas^ ; |dommateJme^pictare fremmen^untfl" winter comes.* % spring, and wants to have a show this summer. Whatever effect he may desire in the border, by careful planning he may And annuals to create it It abundant color and bloom are wanted the combination illustrated will achieve both. The flowers listed in the illustration are among.the easiest to grow and freest flowering. 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