Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 11, 1939 · Page 7
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 7

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VtNDICAITOB AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, THUBSDAY, MAY 11, 1989 News Items from This Vicinity By Special Correspondents to The Vindicator and Republican RALEIGH Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson and daughter called in the L. 6. Kamp home Sunday evening-. Miss Wanda Molsberry of Spirit Lake was an overnight guest in the Andrew Graff home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zelinsky of Terrfl spent Wednesday at the home of their daughter Mrs. Otto Hansen and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Shannon and children Nona Jean and Dale were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. J. S. Shannon at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harris and daughters Dixie Lee of Armstrong were Wednesday sapper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kamp. Mr. and Mrs. John Graff drove to Iowa Falls Sunday to visit his mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Demasti and Mr. and Mrs. James Kirk spent Sunday afternoon with the John Spoo family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graff and children Bonnie and Bobby visited with the -P. I. Schmidt family Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zelinsky and family called in the Otto Hansen home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Frank Taff of Minneapolis is spending a few days at .the home of her brother Rolland Shannon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Peterson and son Leroy were guests at Sunday dinner in the Henry Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hansen were guests at Sunday dinner in the Fred Zelinsky home. Mrs. Delia Elkin and her mother Mrs . Hasty of Estherville were over night gnests in the Rolland Elkin home Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Graff spent 'Friday evening in the Clans Martens home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Stamm were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Stamm home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson of Armstrong were supper guests in the L. G. Kamp home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Elkin and daughter Unice spent Monday afternoon in the Rolland Elkin home. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Thompson and daughter Patty were Sunday dinner guests in the Art Peterson home. Mrs. Chris Bendixen and daughter Carol and Jean visited in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hepp Wednesday afternoon also with Mr. and Mrs. F. Logue and children who are here from California on a visit. Mrs. Rolland Shannon and children Nona Jean and Dale and their guest Mrs. Frank Taff of Minneapolis visited with Mrs. Harley Higgley Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hansen were gnests at supper in the Dorance Jacobs home at Estherville Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klein and children of Wallingford spent Sunday afternoon in the home of his mother Mrs. Delia Elkin at Estherville. His two uncles Frank and Fred Hasty families of Gowrie were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reed and daughter Patsy Jo of Superior called in the L. G. Kamp home on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Otto Hansen spent Monday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zelinsky at Terril. Miss Marine Schmidt is assisting Mrs. Irving Martens with housework. DUNNELL Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Linder had as gnests Saturday and Sunday [their son Floyd of Rush City and the people with whom he rooms, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and J the Misses Miller and Helgeson, 7th and 8th grade teachers at Rush City. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith and son of Winona, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dickinson and sons, Gust Forstrom and son Everett of Dolliver |were callers at the homes of Mrs. Hulda Danberg, Algot Johnson and Ralph Forstrom on Sunday. Mesdames Smith and Dickinson are nieces of the people on whom they called. The Smiths had driven from Winona on Sunday, returning Monday. Merle Austine has gone into business for himself having purchased a welding plant in Mankato and opened for business May 1. He has been employed at a Fairmont garage for many years. G. E. Heyman has had the stucco removed from his house and replaced with wide siding. Donna Jean Helmers, six year old, put her finger in a small hole , of the lock on the school house I door and could not remove it. Swen Person, carpenter, was called and had to remove the lock in order to release the finger. V.R. Try the Want Ads for results. RINGSTED '- 4- Mother's Favorite "Nothing Could Be Vine?' When you buy BETSY ROSS BREAD you get the finest quality money can buy. For Mothers' Day Serve Betsy Ross It's Better Bread i j Mrs. V. E. Hohn was hostess to the Study dub Tuesday night. Members discussed hobbits during roll call. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. W. P. Keants. The program consisted of a review by Mrs. C. W. North of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's "Listen, The Wind." Music for the evening consisted of group singing led by Mrs Wat Olsen. Mrs. Forrest Christiansen was a visitor. Mrs. G. C Pedersen was welcomed as a new member. Mr. and Mrs. Thorvald Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Raw were Estherville visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hohn were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Wesley of Algona. Mrs. Clyde Miller, Mrs. Fred Johnson, Mrs. VT E. Hohn, Mm. Alvin Nelson, Mrs. H. E. Myers and Mrs. W. G. McGuinn attended a social meeting of the WRC at Armstrong at the home of Mrs. Woodrow Willson Tuesday afternoon. The time was spent in sewing after which lunch was served. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corderman May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weiabrod of Lone Rock visited in Ringsted Sunday. Miss Esther Madison of Omaha spent the week end at the parental Rasmus Madison home.' Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sauers were Algona visitors Sunday. Betty Jean Swartz of Fenton spent Saturday at the H. N. Wilberg home. Betty Madsen went to Fenton Saturday night to visit her sister Mrs. Vernon Myers. Charlene Goetch went to Fenton Saturday to vsit her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Goetch. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hansen are the parents of a daughter bora Saturday, May 8. Mrs. V. E. Hohn visited from Wednesday until Friday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Jay Dolan at Swea City. Mrs. Clyde Miller visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Frank at Estherville Friday. Mrs. Bertha Johnson, Silva and Harvey were Estherville visitors Tuesday. Mrs. George Myers was hostess to the Guiding Circle on Thursday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Lena Henriksen. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. W. D. Jensen and Deloris were visitors Tuesday at the Adolph Andersen home at Armstrong. The Rev. Harold Petersen and family of Denmark, Kansas, arrived the last of the week to become pastor of the St. John's Lutheran church. On Sunday a dinner in their honor was served at the church gymnasium following the morning service. A program and lunch.in the afternoon concluded the days festivities. Dorothy Rovn of Armstrong visited last week at the home of her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Glassnapp and children were Sunday guests at the Russell Johnson home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Glassnapp are the parents of a son born May 4th; named David Lee. Arne Mathtesen of Wisconsin spent the week end with his father Peter Mathiesen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeAdams of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at tiie Thorvald Petersen home. Mr. and Mrs.. Reuben Larsen and children of Armstrong were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Andreasen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horswell and children of Armstrong were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Madsen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kimmett entertained a group of friends Sunday night in honor of the former's birthdajK Bridge was played at three &Hes. High point win- Mrs. Al Petersen and August Nebon. Low scores were held by Mr. and Mrs. A. V.-Nel- axm. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Al Petenen. Mr. and Mrs. Anew" KebMm. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Selson. Mr. and Mr*. George Jeneen and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peder» Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen r*v turned Sunday from an extended visit with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. Sarbdt Ries in Minneapolis. Mr*. Forrest Christiansen a*d Dorothy spent the past week end at the parental Jackson borne in MechanicsviUe. Mia* Soby Madison of Buffalo Center spent rht week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Neman Larson of WaOingford visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller Tueeday eve. Mr. and Mrs. August Hansen are the parent* of a girl born on May 5th. Ines Mae Miller celebrated her 9th birthday on May 4th with a party at her home after school. Guests were Mary Ellen Kimmett, Mary Ann Saunder*, Dorothy Jane Fliehler, Maribel Lou Benson, James Andreasen. Keith Brown, Mildred Hahr. Darlene and Alta Mae Baumann, Marilyn Fink, Rita Ostegaard, Charlene Goetch, Avis Crook and Mis* Vivian Fagerlund. Mr. and Mr*. Russell Christensen of Mankato, Minn., were Sunday guests at the Rasmus Madison borne. Mrs. Theo. Christcnsen spent all of last week at Rcche»t«r, Minnesota at the clinic. She was accompanied by her sister. Mr*. Chris Hansen of Forest City. Mr. and Mr*. Harold Holt* were Armstrong! visitors Saturday. Mrs. W. D. Jensen went to Algona Friday night to spend Sat unlay with Mr. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Taff and son of Minneapolis visited from Friday until Monday at the Kurt Bonnickson home. Mr. Taff and Mrs Bonnicksen are brother am) sister. John Christcnsen, jr.. left Wednesday night for Aredale to art a* relief agent and operator for the C&NW. Mrs. G. W. Darnell and Roderick Darnell visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mason at Wells. Minn., on Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. John Lar*en fir-»k- Hi- Mrs. John Larsen fell at her borne on Wednesday affcmwi and broke her hip. Early T >; Dodge to have fcer hip s»t She ««• aecempanterf by her d»o**t»t Mr*. Fred Johnson ead b*t ««r t» :*» George John*** Mi** Peerl S'rl»«r. rvturWI home Wednesday ftv-ro »n nttM- ed visit at the horn* of K«r tee, Mrs, Joe Neumann at R*» croft. Mr. and Mm Chn« (UsnW Rapid City. So. Dak.. •t.x«l <» Ringsted several day* Ui* «f the week* Mr. and Mr*. H. C Cart*; tan*™ and Mrs. Harold Helte w»rr K.. ther-tOe visitor* Thursday Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Uru «tvt children of Dee Moines spent last week end at the parental Jen* A»- Mnf M^ord ^au ^aT^Bd^M" and Mrs. A. C Taff of Minneapolis went to the funeral of a relative at Forest City Saturday. Mr*. Forrest Christiaaeen w *-" host*** to her bridge eiab Tuesday afternoon. Card* were played at three table* after which lunch was served. Scants Court of Heaor The Boy Scout* of R.ng»te<<. Armstrong and Estherville held J court of honor here on Friday night at the gymnasium Fourteen Ringsted boy* received Tenderfoot badge*. They were: Howard and Gordon Underwood, Roger Petersen. Soger Chrtstrn •en, Glenn Nevt, Oscar Behrenda, Chsrlr* North. Gene Krsmt, 1 'mi. Madsen. Wallace W -,.hrc,l. Alfrtvl Ostsdgaard, Bitty McGuinn. Andrew Wood, and Earl IViUrisrr. Local leaders are Rrv. Ilsrprr, E. W. Keeton and C. W. 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