Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 16, 1939 · Page 7
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 7

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 16, 1939
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1939 r News Items from This Vicinity By Special Correspondents to The Vindicator and Republican I- DUNNELL Village Council , meeting of the village I 3011 and I*nsonof Sherbnrn. At a „ council Friday evening it was decided to buy the three lots owned by John Stenstrum for the site of the community hall. These are the lots where the outdoor movies have been held. The consideration is $250. R. E. Nord resigned as councilman and Swen Person was appointed in his place. A. H. Ding-man, architect of Mankato was chosen to draw the plans for the building. Weiner Roast Five-year-old Robert Appelquist jr., entertained his friends at a weiner roast in his back yard on his birthday Monday. These little folks were guests, Patty Swink, Jimmy Eenyon, Charles and Weldon Kleine, Colin Matthies Jack Pollei, Bruce Appelquist, Robert and Joan Heyman. Mrs. Wm. Fanter Injured Mrs. William Fanter was injured when'she tore a vein on a barbed wire fence. She was treated by a physician and given serum for lock jaw. Shower for Bride Mrs. August Anderson, a May bride was given a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon by the ladies aid of Huntington at their hall. She was the recipient of many gifts. Supper was served. Mesdames Arthur and Jesse Ziemer, Walter Deering and Fred E. Anderson attended from this vicinity. Attend Mnsic Festival Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Silcox and "family with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Silcox of Sherburn were in Wa- festival in charge of Juanita Sil cox, daughter of Mr. • and Mrs. Claude Silcox. The contest was given by 4-H clnb and Rural Youth organizations. The Silcox families went to wish Juanita a happy voyage as she leaves for Europe May 24, to attend a conference of Rural Associated Women at London. Mr. -- - _ -. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Forbes county. and Maxine of Harris, la., made Mother's Day happy for Mrs. Cora Fuller and Mildred by spending the day with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Danberg and Eleanor Danberg enjoyed Sun- to Worthington Friday nigitttt family of Sherburn, Mr. and Mrs. I county consolidated Axel Anderson and June. Others! 14 present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stahn, Mesdames Hannah Peter- Family Gathering at Fribergs Mr. and Mrs. Harry Friberg had a happy gathering for dinner on Mother's Day when Mrs. Friberg's son Leonard Clark and Albert Clark and family of Ceylon her daughters, Mrs. Edna Eastman and son Earl of Marshall town, la. and Mrs. Albert Hardecopf of family and Gilberta Elliott of Dolliver, la., came to observe tie day. James Elliott a friend, of Marshall town was a guest. At L. H. Mathwig's All the children of the Mathwig's gathered at their home for Sunday dinner in honor of Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Rare Johnson and Leila Mathwig of Fairmont, Tom Conklin of New UlnTand Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mathwig and Roger made up the family party. J. P. Anderson Home Mrs. J. P. Anderson's home was a scene of a family gathering on Mother's Day, made especially happy because of her son William and wife driving up from Clarinda, la. Other sons tiiere for the day were Walter, wife and sons, Edwin and wife, Arthur and August and the daughter Hilda at home. Luther League Program An entire program of tribute to mothers was given by Lather League Sunday night at the Immanuel Lutheran church. Two vocal duets, one by Helen and Harriet Wenberg, another by Dorothy Carlson and Leota Anderson, a pipe organ, piano and u '""" Ui ~ — ••— - ••- I violin trio by Mrs. Montan, Ruth seca Sunday to attend a music an( j Evelyn Danielson and a song by a male quartette were the mus ical numbers given. Readings by Lucille Hoffmeister, Mrs. R. C. Peterson, recitation by Jimmy Kenyon and remarks by Rev. Montan made up tie program. Mesdames M. C. Gilbertson and ..v,^.. .„ M. H. Silcox rode on a chartered Mr. and Mrs-Claire Bradford bus from Estherville to attend a ™ '^'^ tell"the long-lasting of Eau Claire, Wis., joined these district music festival at Mason -. ti rf ^ to oiL Ada j*. Silcox families at Waseca. Mrs. C ity, la., May 17, where they sang « Bradford is a sister of Juanita. with a womens chorus of Emmet — — "™" " " M Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Honnette and family attended the 50th jubilee at Mission church East Chain May 7. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Linder drove aiiu ju.u... v . day dinner with their mother Mrs Hulda Danberg. A large dinner party for mothers at the Philip Bredberg home included Mr. and Mrs. Matt Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bredberg, Pauline, and Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Nelson, Mrs. Ebba Flygare and sons and Elaine Duncan of Sherburn. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Danielson and baby of Minneapolis, Evelyth Danielson of Garden City, Mildred Danielson and Dagmar Johnson of Fairmont observed the day with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Danielson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Deering were host and hostess to a large group of relatives ^all day Sunday. The parents of the-Deerings, Mr. and Mrs. John Foell of Ceylon and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deering of our community were honor guests and the birthdays of Percy Ghampine, Steve Plnrid and his • five-year-old son Larry were observed by the group. Others at this -I-.- family party were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Olund and family,. Mr. and 'Mrs. Lever Cbampine of Ceylon, • : Mr. and Mrs. August Franck and family of Butterfield, Mr. and Mrs. rP-ercy Champine, Mr.- and Mrs; *£v Bernie Hawt&orne,. Roy Johnson f «$^aad Velma •Hawthorne all. of Sher-' v.^l>urn. Mesdames ^land, P. Gham- ll ^i^e~«^';ffrimeIc;SM^.&tenf<)f';lJ» ; school May Leslie Mathwig of St. Paul ta at home for a short vacation. Mrs, Howard Silcox and Georgia Mae attended a birthday party [for Mary Lee. and Beverly Wilson at Rev. M. Lee Wilson's home of Ceylon Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Anderson and Ruth were in St James Friday night to see the senior play. A niece Ardeth Westlond and a cousin Eldora Johnson were in the cast. Mrs. Roy Erickson of Mason City was at the A. R. Peterson home all last week. The Petersons took her home Sunday. Mrs. H. W. SUcox accompanied Rev. and Mrs. M. Lee Wilson to Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C Linus Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Swanson were in Omaha Saturday and Sunday. A trip to the ten acre iris farm west of Omaha with 4,000 varieties of iris in bloom was a sight worth seening and the visit to Father Flannigan's home for boys. VJR. STANDARD OIL ADS IN MORE PAPERS FOR FOURTH YEAR Standard Oil Company of Ind., for the fourth consecutive year will increase the number of newspapers to carry its spring and summer advertising 1 campaign, which this year will take its keynote from Standard of Indiana's "Golden Jubilee," SUadard Oil Dealers of Estherville, announced today. The Vindicator and Republican and 1,789 other daily and weekly newspapers with Combined circulation of 18,687,486 will receive more than 75 per cent of the total advertising appropriation. A total of 1,746 newspapers was used in 1938, 1,588 in 1937 and 1,543 in 1936. "Golden Jubilee Red Crown- Celebrating Standard Oil's 50th Birthday" and the five advantages of the product will feature the gasoline advertising, "while clean rest room advertising will assert, "We provide these clean rest rooms you've read about" and I so- fore the holidays wiQ emphasise the free chock-up aerric* at dard dealers for motorist* who plan trip*. "Standard of Indiana was or­ ganised to build a rttaery at Waiting. Ind.. JOB* IS, 1SS9. we«^ it* principal product. kerosene, wai sold from th* «M <»nk in the back room of the grocery store t« light lamp* and »tov*» of the mid* die we* t- Today the Whiting refinery, which has become the largest complete rennery in the worM, and other Standard reftnenes nuikr gasotine, motor oil. kerosene »ru\ altogether 2,000 products from petroleum, i jd more than 23,000 Standard Oil dealer*, independent of the company, serve nearly 000,000 motorists in 13 middle- west states. "No company can exist after 50 years without public confidence In its products, it* policies and it* ability to serve the customer, not only yesterday and today, but tomorrow. Standard of Indiana will continue to supply It* customer* with a good product and a good service at a fair price," V.R. 91 PERSONS ARE KILLED BY AUTOS The statistical summary of motor vehicle traffic accident* in Iowa shows a death total thi* year to date of 91 person*, and total injury to 2,174 from a total of 3,360 accidents. This same statistical summary shows the total deaths the same month* lait year jo he 31 fwr *.>ft» with I,-!*' : t«* ta S"«S per wwi* » : 801 wrtJmu Male drsvrr* hr of S3 »thl 4* re« dttvi: » .: '• miles of plaee •( *<-,-;.!«•'.!. •: eleven }-*»r» *>-r w>r<- of < t •. • »C*1 afifwrrfitlv i »<irn »Jt: anc Cattte «f i**e jte*'.rr r.-- : rw> accident*, at wJswh c«Vh ••>» ,.' <**. tor vehicle* with othr? r xr hie let it greater. Death and injury. u> {-•«-••*•»!••» •••« are canned mostly n-'..!.r.!» ,f urban area*. crww'.e.r at *« :r.vr- aeetion with no men*!. »lih ••••tt'^ apparently normal under imp^Hwr •cUoti. Sentinels of Health Domm't MM*. t%*» IMX kMI aw** ttatiilrmilNihawmlia IWii "a «M uii *rwt 1mm. DOAN SPILLS NOTICE! OPEN FOR If Business As Usual We Wiah to Notify All Our FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS We are still doing business despite the Are and are in a position to serve you as usual. Home Oil Co. ing Misses Pearl Nelson and Ruth Carlson to their homes to stay until Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Waller- stert and family were in Butterfield Thursday night taking home Roland Jenkins who has been helping them for a month*. Rev. Walter Pilgrim of Sherburn will be the speaker at Decoration day exercises at Dunnell land there will be special music Mrs. J. A. Linder attended the I meeting of Martin county nursing I board at Mrs. Neal Bode's, Ceylon, Tuesday afternoon. Albin Carlson will have charge of outdoor movies sponsored by Dunnell business men during the summer on Wednesday evenings beginning, May 24. He will show pictures at Wallingford on Monday, Petersburg Tuesday, Alpha Thursday and in Monterey Saturday evenings. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dreuhem of Minneapolis called) on their old friends Mr. and Mrs. George Weir on Monday. Mrs. C. A. Bredberg and Pauline drove to St Paul early Monday morning taking Doris and Ethel Appelquist and Evelyn Bredberg; bade to work after a short visit with home folks. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred,Nelson of Molhte, |IL, are at the, old Nelson fam,4orv..»:iew,'days.\ , ••,-.-^ s . A MIGHTY FINE ON ANY FARM! FORD V'8 l-WMMEB F AKMEKS are aoanimoua in their praise of thi* great unit. Its V4I engine combine! power, flexibility sod low operating cote lu rate of handling i* remarkable. It it available in three bo «*T types—the Stake, Pint I, and Eipreu (shown below)... and in two V-8 engine axes—60 H.P. Cor light hauling with maximum economy, 8) MP. for heavier work with good economy. For extra heavy dnrr, see the .Ford V-8 "Regular" V$-toa track with 85 H.P.or95 KP. 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