Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 16, 1939 · Page 8
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1939 We Take District Meet (Continued From Page One) Pole Vault: Darling (Estherrille) 4t2i, Kittleson (Carpenter) 5th. Time 4:39.1. (New Record). 1st, Rogers (Rockwell City) Pe ters (Ft. Dodge) and Elwood (Es­ therrille) tied for 2d, Burns (Sac City) 3rd. Height H ft. 3 in. 120-Yard High Hurdles: Ziemer (Estherrille) 1st, Van Gundy (Ft. Dodge) 2d, Twito (Lake Mills) 3rd Solmonson . (Estherrille) . 4th Hanson (Odebolt) 5th. Time :16.2. Half Mile Relay: Ames 1st, Es­ therrille 2d, Lake Mills 3rd Humboldt 4th, Sac City 5th. Time !L35.9 High Jump: Woodward (Ames) 1st, Schryver, Darling (Esther­ rille) and Prather (Spencer) tied for 2nd, Mulhall (Ames) Hynes (Pocahontas) Haven (Perry) tied for 3d. Height 5 ft 7% iit Medley Relay: Ames 1st, Fort Dodge 2d, Estherrille 3rd, Jefferson 4th, Humboldt 5th. Time 3:47. 220 Yard Low Hurdles: P. Kelly (Estherrille) 1st, Morris (Clarion) 2d, Ziemer (Estherrille) 3d, Howard (Dayton) 4th, Christenson (Humboldt) 5th. Time 24:3. 440 Yard Dash: Brooks (Britt) 1st, Meehan (Dayton) 2d, Bissell (Zearing) and Johnson Emmetsburg) tied for 3d, Stopley (Belmond) 4th. Time 53.8. Broad Jump: Haugo (Lake Mills) 1st, Rogers (Rockwell City) 2d, Bryant (Emmetsburg) 3rd, Ereleth (EstherTille) 4th, Isaacson (Ft. Dodge) 5th. Distance 20 ft. 2 in. 880-Yard Run: Matson (Ames) 1st, Bounds " (Emmetsburg) 2nd, Jones (Sac City) 3rd, DeWitc (Farnhamville) 4ih, Stanfield (Rockwell City) 5th. Time 2:10.4 440-Yard Relay: Ames 1st Es­ therrille) 2d, Sac City 3rd, Fort Dodge 4th, Clarion and Humboldt tied for 5th. Time*:46.5. Mile Relay: Fort Dodge 1st Odebolt 2d, Emmetsburg 3rd, Estfcer- ville 4th, Sac City 5th Time 3:43.5 Total Points Estherrille 80 Ames 77% Fort Dodge 37 Lake Mills 24 Sac City 17 Humboldt 13% Britt 11 Emmetsburg 9% Odeboldt 9 Rockwell City .8 Farnhamville 8 V.R. BAND PRESENTS SPRING CONCERT THIS EVENING COMING to The GRAND FOUR GIRLS IN WHITE" COMING TO . . . SCREEN Hospital life as viewed from the eyes of a nurse is revealed in a stirring new picture coming to the Grand Theatre Thursday and Friday showing. It is "Four Girls in White," with the four nurses of the title played by Florence Rice, Una Merkel, Ann Rutherford and Mary Howard, and the man in the case enacted by Alan Marshall. One of the most jsensational train wreck sequences ever filmed forms the background for the dramatic high-light of the picture which tells the story of four girls who enter upon nursing careers with four different reasons, only to be won over by the single purpose of service to humanity when the dreaded "disaster call" puts them face to face with suffering human beings. Specigfically, the " story deals with a girl who decides to become«f /a. nurse as a means to a profitable [ftnarriage and what happens to her, Ito make her a heroine rather than a selfish little schemer. Prominent roles in support of the principals are played by Kent Taylor, Buddy Ebsen and Jessie Ralph. S. Sylvan Simon, who filmed "Road to Reno" and "Spring Madness' directed. The story is an original one by Nathalie Bucknall and Endre Bohem, with the screen play by Dorothy Yost • ' V.R. MRS. JOHNSTON ENTERTAINS MISSIONARY SOCIETY Mrs. William Johnston was hostess to forty members of the Methodist Missionary society at her home Friday afternoon. Assisting hostess were Mrs. M. T. Morton, Mrs. Lloyd Crim, Mrs. P. H. Smitii and Mrs. L. C. Wanamaker. Devotions were led by Mrs. Dan Howard- Speakers' on the program consisted of Mrs. W. C. Currell, Mrs. H. L. McMillian, Mrs. Dan. Howard, Mrs. Elmer Jackson, Mrs. George Kibbee and Miss Mildred Sharp. Newlyweds Are Honored Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cox were welcomed home from their wedding trip by a group of friends and neighbors, Friday evening, at the Cox home. The evening hours were spent socially, visiting and singing old fashioned songs accompanied by Miss PrisciUa Booth at the piano and Mr. Cox with his accordian. The affair was a surprise as the self invited guests gathered at the R. L. Kep- faart home and presented themselves in a body. A wedding gift of a lovely bed spread was given Mr. and Mrs. Cox by the guests present including Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kephart, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stammer, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waters, Mr. and j Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott, Mr. and Mrs.'Rufus Drew, Mr. and Urs. Elmer Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sewell, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Quade, Mrs. (•Geo. Miller, Miss Kathleen Miller. Miss Priscilla Booth, Mrs. Hattie Osmundson, Bonnie Sewell, Bonita Drew, Bonnie and Bobbie Mr. and Mrs. John Andreaseh entertained a group of relatives Sunday in honor of Mrs. Andrea' sen's sister, Miss Mildred Wilberg who was celebrating her birthday. Those present were Hans Wilberg, Henry Wilberg and. Miss Mildred Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and children of Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Larsen and children of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Lange of Armstrong. Sunday guests at the Harold Goetch home were Mr. and Mrs. George Goetch of Fenton and Miss Mildred Goetch of, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Andersen of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Andersen were Sunday guests at the Armand Madsen home. Mrs. Thorvald Petersen and children spent Friday at the Chas. McAdams home at Swea City. Frank Nelson ' returned home from Mudbaden, Minn., the middle of the week. He has been taking treatments for rheumatism for the past two and a half weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetch and children were Algona visitors on .Wednesday. Mrs. Jennie Jensen was hostess to the Seneca ladies' aid on Thursday afternoon, at her home. . The Willing Workers held a mother's party at the church par- ' DORCAS SOCIETY TO HAVE MOTHERS' PROGRAM) The Dorcas society of the Estherville Lutheran church will have a special Mother's Day program tomorrow evening at the church. The members of the Willing Workers with their mothers, •well as the mothers of the Dorcas members and -all assisting hostesses of both organizations are especially invited. Hostesses for the evening are Magda Center, Nina Sunde, Margaret and Evelyn Sunde and Mildred Jacobson. Kephart and by Mr. and Mrs. Al- , _ bert Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Harold flors on Saturday afternoon.. About Keeler, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller, ™ + '•+'"* Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hurst, Robert Knox, Miss Margaret Maniece, and Mrs. M. Mattison who participated in the gift but were unable to attend the party. RINGSTED LADIES AID MEETING IS SET AHEAD Mesdames J. M. Wolden, Carl J. Carlson, Birger Handeland, Mrs. Gladys Bringle and Mrs. Minnie Olson are hostesses for the ladies aid of the Estherville Lutheran church which will meet on Thursday afternoon this week on account of the conference which will be held next week. The annual spring concert of the local high school band will be presented this evening at eight o'clock in the Roosevelt -auditorium. The band is directed by Raymond Minkler. The program will be as follows: march, "Brass ' Buttons," Cobb; overture, "Stradella," Flotow; cornet solo bv Shirley Fausnaugh, "Reflections,"" McCall; waltz, "Blue Danube," Strauss; a popular hit tune, "Deep Purple," DeRose; baritone solo by Mac McMillan, "The Dream of Lore," Hoch; march, "National Emblem,' Bagley; idyl, "The Glow Worm," Lincke; brass quartette, Kenneth Paulson, Milton Davis, Mac McMillan and Edgar Nau, "Second Suite, Nos. 11 and 111, Op 11," McKay; novelty, "the Whistler and His Dog," Pryor; and a march, "Colonel Bogey," Alford. Those in the band are Howard Adams, Joyce Adams, William Bennett Orthaian Blacketer, Robert Claire, Robert Cresap, Milton Davis, Richard Dawson, Gordon Ellingson, Roland Fagre, Cloyde Fausnaugh, Shirley Fausnaugh, Virginia Gillett, Glen Groth, Kathryn Ann Horton, Ruth Howard, Dale Knutson, Gerald Larson, John Lee, Ruth McKay, Mac McMillan, Margaret Maine. Sewell Ma tare, Selmer Matre, Marian Myhre, Stanley Myhre, Oscar Myhre, Edgar Nau, Chester Oksner, Kenneth Paulson, Orville Paulson, Clarence Peterson, Betty Riggs, Charlotte Rogers, Betty Sampson, WDlard Sawyer, Audrey Sorensen, Marvin Sorum, Merle Stone, Lorraine Thorndyke, Robert Tredway, Duane Wallace, Jack Mc- j Miss Margaret Studenbauer Donald, Donald Bixby and Eleanor i visited in Jeffers, Minn., Sunday Heinrich. with her mother and relatives. MRS. CHAS. JONES SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Chas. Jones was pleasantly surprised on her birthday on Thursday evening at her home. Hostesses were 4he Misses Lorraine Houts and Nellie Berg. An angel food cake, decorated in green and yellow, served as the centerpiece on the one large table. 'Green and yellow tallies and placecards were used. The evening was spent in playing cards and chinker cheks. Mrs. Jones was presented with a gift Those invited were Mrs. Harry Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steinmann, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hupp, Miss Lucyle Steinmann, Grant Jones, Mrs. J. S. Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weise, Mrs. Chas. Jones and , Mr. Thomas O'NeiL Miss Pearl Nelson , spent Wednesday at the Fred Brown home at Fenton. Andrew Larsen left Thursday night for Chicago where he expects to* find employment Norman Wilberg, student at Ames came Thursday night to spend a few days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilberg. Mrs. Bertha Johnson visited at Reinbeck Friday and Saturday. Miss Evelyn Bode spent the week end at her home in Algona. Miss Palma Lande and Bernard Newman visited Saturday and Sunday at the Otto Lande home at Ellsworth. Victor Fender visited his father Henry Fender at Eldora" Friday and Saturday. Ralph Weisbrod of Lone Rock has taken over the Standard oil station and began work Friday. Mrs. Henry Berghoefer of Fenton visited at'the E. T. Bauman home Wednesday. Mrs. Tom Fretty and children moved to Graver Friday. \ Miss Oriole Brooke spent' the week end at the parental B. W. Brooke home in Burt v Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson and | children -were Sunday guests at the parental Ben Potter home in Algona. Miss Leona Nissen of. Des Moines spent Saturday, and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nettie Nis- sixty were present The committee in charge was Mrs. George Jensen, Mrs. L. Al Jacobseh, Mrs; Wendell Jensen, Mrs. Geo. Neve and Mrs. Ralph Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fleihler and Dorothy, Jane,, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dunkelberger visited with relatives in South Dakota Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Dunkelberg- ei^s parents live at Sioux • Falls and Mrs. Fliehler's brother 1 at .Tripp, South Dakota. Visitors at the J. N. Hoien home the past week were Mrs. Nels Hoien of San Bernardino, Calif., and Mrs. George Dempsey of Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larsen of Swea City visited at the~Neis Bon. nicksen home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Johij Christensen visited friends at Fairmont, Sunday. Miss Mary Paulson of Esther? ville accompanied by Miss Marlys Busch spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paulsen. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larsen. of Burt and Mrs. Jennie C. Jensen and Harold spent Sunday at the Norman Larsen home. Mesdames W. P. Hearns, A. E. Rave, Forrest Christensen, <V. E. Hohn, G. W. Darnell and Miss Helen Patterson attended a regular meeting'of the Eastern Star lodge at Armstrong Monday night. Friends, from Ireton visited/with Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Harper Sunday- Mrs. Jackson of Mechanicsvflle visited the past week at the home' tof her daughter Mrs. Forrest Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glassnapp land children of Tetter visited Mr. and Mrs. Walt Glassnapp Sunday. Mrs. A. V. Nelson was hostess to her sewing club Friday. "Mem- - bers qo2ted for the hostess after which lunch was served. Mrs.-Andrew Pedersen was elected to,act as the new chairman and Mrs. August Nelson as secretary. Mrs. Henry Larsen of Swea City entertained her aid on Thursday afternoon at the home of her mother Mrs. Nes Bonnicksen. V.R. LOCAL MARKETS Oats, No. 2 white ...... 24c Oats, No. 3 white-;..* ....23c Oats, No. 4 white ....... .22c' Corn, No. 2 yellow ;;;87c Barley 25 to 42c Flax, No. 1 $1.45; Heavy Hens over 5 lbs. ...... 12c Heavy Hens 4 to 5 lbs ,10c Light and Leghorn ..........8c Heavy Cox, 5 lbs. ............8c Leg. and Light Cox under 5 lbs 6c Hennery Eggs No. 1 ".15c Standard Eggs, No. 1 .'13c No. 2 eggs 10c Cream 25c Cream, sour ..24c Cream, No. 2 23c Hogs Hogs, top ...,...$6.55 Hogfe* packers ............ .$5.55 V. E. Hohn was an Algona visitor Monday. Mrs. Jens Hoist of Withee, Wisconsin arrived Saturday night to visit at the Fred Johnson home. Sunday guests at the Hans Davidsen home included Mr. and Mrs. John Davidsen and children of Ruthven. Keith and Inas Miller visited at the Norman Larsen home at Wallingford and at the George Frank home at Estherville this week end. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Thomsen and children of Royal and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen and children of Lone Rock were Sunday Visitors at the home of Mrs. Knud Thomsen. Mrs. Herman Petersen of Ceylon, Minn., spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hans Davidsen. Mrs. WQbur Petersen and twins spent the. past week at the par r ental O. Morrow home in Fairmont Mr. and Mrs. Orvilleit Yeanny Oeft early Monday for their home in Des: Moines. They have been Jrisiting Mrs. Yeanney's mother, Mrs. Knud Thomsen. Mrs.vC. J. Sauers received . a telephone call Sunday from her daughter Dorothy 'in Baltimore, Maryland.-- ,, GRAND FOR SALE FOR SALE: Service station building 18 x 20 located at Superior. Ben Reed, Superior, la. 39-c FOR SALE: . 3-burner kerosene stove, nearly pew. 214 N. 7th St. FOR SALE: Iyer Johnson bicycle in good . running condition. Billie Deming, Estherville, 30tf FOR RENT FOR RENT: Large sleeping room in modern home. 214 N 7th. FOR RENT: Modern house, lights, gas, furnace. Soft water to kitchen and bath—newly redecorated. Stall in garage, garden space if wanted. Enquire this office, tf THURSDAY - FRIDAY! BARGAIN MATINEE Thursday 2 P. M.I.." 16' 4 GIRLS IOHITC TODAY and^pjEDNESDAY! JACKIE •COOPER . Freddie Bartholomew •SPIRIT OF CULVER?* • —PLUS— Edgar Hoover's "PERSONS IN HIDING" GET THIS EXTRA VALUE An air-conditioned ice refrigerator like that shown, saves money, protects health, because it does more than just keep foods cold. It provides complete food protection: . foods stay fresh, taste better. Any modem air-conditioned ice •> refrigerator . gives you the extra advantages of modern ice refriger- • ation, plus everything else you want in a refrigerator, even ice cubes in five minutes. We invite you to see the, new, modern,;air-conditioned ice refrigerators now on display. A trial m. your own home for ten days, will . cost you nothing, will convince you. Only $2.50 down, $2.50 per month. Estherville Ice Company Phone 150*. ^' sards'

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