Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 18, 1939 · Page 4
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VINDICATOR AND BEPUBUCAN, ESTHEBVILLE, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 18,193g J. C. Students And Faculty Enjoy Banquet * Junior college students and faculty members enjoyed the annual junior college spring banquet last night in the Hotel Gard- ston. The theme of the banquet was "The Progress of Education." Miss Golda Harper, head of the education department was in charge of tie banquet. She was assisted by members of her normal training classes. Tables were arranged in a U- shape. The speaker's table was decorated with an arch through which the black-robed graduates of the future passed. Each of the arches was named for a future lifework, agriculture, education, medicine, engineering science and commerce. The side tables depicted the advance through the primary and elementary grades, high school and junior college. Maypoles, drummer boys and football players in junior college colors were grouped on the tables. Placecards were "old-fashioned" slates which opened up to reveal the menu and program. Favors were gold-foil covered mints with alternating purple and gold junior college pennants in the centers. Wayne Sanders, president of the junior college student body, acted as toartmaster. S. Laird Swagert, local history instructor, spoke on the "Past" Roy Brandsgard, freshman student, discussed the "Present" and Alta Thors- iand, a member of this year's •graduating class, the "Future." Two musical selections were presented during the evening. "Ships That Pass in the Night, Stephenson, was sung by the mixed octette. Members of the octette are Ethyl Jansen, Florence Schil* dknecht, Phyllis Robinson, Ruth Jackson, Francis Riggs, Wayne Crim, Lawrence Moore and Edward Fossum. The girl's sextette sang "Allah's Holiday," Friml. The sextette was composed of Ethyl Jansen, Florence Schildknecht, Phyllis Robinson, Louise Fonts, Dorothy Crim and Ruth Jackson. Miss Burnette Thompson accompanied both the groups. The banquet was closed with the singing of the junior college "Alma Mater." Those present at the banquet were: Supt. and Mrs. F. G. Stith, Dean and Mrs. X. E. Demoney, Miss Golda Harper, Miss Jeannette Watson, Miss Caroline Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones, David Grant, Mr. and Mrs. S. Laird Swagert, Mr. and Mrs. F. Sandy, Elmer Starr, Miss Imogene Knutsen, Miss Olive Wilkins. Mr. and Mrs. A. McArthy, Miss Esther Idema, Miss Burnette Thompson, Miss Eva Chaloupka "It's in the book," says Bdgie, "that you'll wear Edgerton UNUSUAL values." The finest shoes foe the money we've ever seen. SHOE/ FOR MEN RAIFE'S Shoe Store and Mr. and Mrs. Enute Hanson, Marjorie Dow, Betty Duffy, Vivian Ellingson, Pearle Ellwanger, Arnt Espeset, Norman Fink, Kenneth Flygare, Edward Fossum, Louise Fouts, Verda Frank, Agnes Goecke, Robert Gray, Dorothy Grimm, Ruby Haar. Thomas Hamilton, Eugene Hanson, Jean Harrison, Ollie Aanonson, Lavonne A'nderson, Mary Belle Barrett, Gladys B-erven, Robert Sevan, Archie Boe, Francis Bog- gesS; Roy Brandsgard, Raymond Bringle, Edwin Burt, Marlys Bush, Byrtha Bortvit, Robert Catalan, Richard Chapman, Wayne Crim, Florence Dooley, Mary Paulsen, Sidney Peterson. Robert Reed, Edward Reicb- mann, Francis Riggs, Phyllis Robinson, Vera Rosburg, Vernon Rustad, Wayne Sanders, Florence Schildknecht, Velma Schmidt, Edwin Schryver, Russell Smith, Catherine So rum, Lois Spear, Mrs. Lloyd Stockdale, Donald J5wenberg, Alta Thorsland, Wesley Tomhave, Mary Tostenrud, Robert Tvedte, John Waite, Donald Warren, Vernice Wheatley, Trella Whitacre, Evelyn Sunde, Robert Andrews, Lyle Ziemer. Kathryn Haywood, Shirley Hed- |rick, Janice Ihlan, Robert Irwin, Ruth Jackson, Ethyl Jansen, Margaret Jones, Vivian Juhl, Wallace Knutsen, Daryl Lamb, Warren Lewis, Mrs. K. J. McDonald, Arnold McCoy, Arlene Mitchell, Lawrence Moore, Keith Nelson, Leona joieson, Ronald Olson, Everett Osher; Floyd Palmer, Isabel Paul. V.R.- HOME EC STUDENTS GIVE TEA AND STYLE SHOW Students enrolled in home economic classes in the local high school presented a tea and style show yesterday from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. in the home economics room. .Guests were invited by the girls. |.Miss Eva Chaloupka, domestic science instructor, was in charge of the tea." School, street and sport dresses were modeled by the girls. Each girl had some display. Sportswear included shorts, farmerettes, cul- lottes, slacks and pajamas. One formal was shown. Hostesses were Shirley Jensen, Florence Westrem, Shirley Fausnaugh, Bernice Hanson and Emma Gene Saveride. Tea was poured by Alyce Woods, Beverly Scharpen, Regjna Farguson and Betty Bixby. Decorations were lilacs and tulips. The kitchen committee included Jane Roberts, chairman, Lorraine Mortenson, Margaret Van DeWall, Mary Nolan, Lavonne Cleveland and Estella McManness. Students in the class include Virginia Sawyer, Evelyn Mclal- wain, Virginia Twito, Margaret Van DeWall, Estella McManness, Francine Sevatson, Ruth Barrett, Irene Olson, Leona Iverson, Mary Nolan, Florence Amundsen, Dorothy Brown, Levonne Cleveland, Vera Gillett June Rose Golla, Lorraine Mortinson, Selma Peterson, Jane Roberts, Patty Jackson. Regina Farguson, Betty Bixby, Edythe Shull, Alyce Woods, Bev erly Sharpen, Leona Olson, Arlene [Mitchell, Shirley Jensen, Irene 01- ison, Carmel Jean Morton, Mary Brandt, Dorothy Hanson, Grace Hageman, Doris Brown, Lucille Burkhart, Betty Corey, Vivian .Rockman, Vernice Hanson, Betty ^Reid, Ruth McKay, Shirley Faua- naugh, Helen Johnson, • Emma Gene Savereide, Annabel Goldsberry, Mary Smith, Virgil Robin|son and Virginia Gillett. V.R. MRS. BURT HOSTESS TO PRISCILLA CLUB Members of the Priscilla Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at the Methodist church with Mrs. Roy Burt. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. P. H. Smith, Mrs. Bilney, Mrs. Geo. West,.Mrs. M. T. Morton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koehler left Wednesday on their return to J Tampa, Fla. They had spent the past two months in Estherville. Glenn Williams and friends spent the week end at Minneapolis. Leaving by auto Saturday noon, they returned late Monday [ night This was a combined business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Flave Logue and .children Joyce and Jerry left this | morning on their return to Alhambra, Calif. They had visited here for two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. . Jake Hepp, parents of Mrs. Logue and with her sisters and brother, also with Mr. Logue's brother Everett and family and with [friends. Mrs. Callie B. Lebchford returned Monday from Frankville where she had spent the winter with relatives. She will remain, at her home here for the summer. Try the Want Ads for results. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Sweet have opened thehr cottage on Spirit Lake for the summer, going there- last week. HEALTH CLUB TO MEET AT METHODIST CHURCH Members of the Health Club will meet at 3 p. m. Friday at the Methodist church. Please come early and bring your thimble and scissors. Committee in charge are Mrs. Lonnie Smith, Mrs. Frank Ellwanger, Mrs. C. P. Mauck, Mrs. H. L. Miller and Mrs. Plymesser. Mrs, Thos. Nivison, Miss Jessie Bigelow and Bob Irwin returned last evening from Omaha where they had been to attend the graduation exercises at the Nebraska Methodist hospital nurses training school. Mildred Bigelow of Colome, S. D., niece of the two women and cousin of Bob, was a member of the class. WHITE SHRINE MET LAST NIGHT AT MASONIC HALL " Members of the White Shrine held their regular meeting last night at the Masonic hall. Miss Alma Keyes gave her report of the Supreme Shrine at Cincinnatti, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Noel were the committee in charge. (MARTHA ROBINSON HAS SEWING CLUB Miss Martha Robinson was hosi tess to members of her sewing ,club Tuesday night at her home. A social evening was enjoyed, after which refreshments were ^served*. Those attending were Mrs. Richard Diebner and Mrs. Floyd Thomas of Spirit Lake, Mrs. Ver- main Sidles, Mrs. William Henaman, Miss Pauline Wilson, Miss Dorothy Nourse, Miss Mary O'Rourke, Miss Mary Ellen Erickson, Miss Caroline Osmundson and the hostess. Mrs. Chas. M. Martinsen, Francis Martinsen and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bixby will drive to Des Moines tomorrow for the graduation exercises of Miss Lavohn Bixby and Miss Evelyn Martinsen tomorrow evening. Miss Bixby and Miss Martinsen will graduate from the Broadlawn Hospital in Des Monies this September. Mrs. Bixby will remain over Sunday as that day is her daughter, Miss Buenetta Bixby's, birthday. Miss Martinsen will return to Estherville for a short vacation. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Crim will go tto Des Moines Saturday ^hejre they will meet their daughter, Miss Carol Jean Crim, who will spend her vacation from her duties at the Erving Bank at New York City in Estherville with her parents and friends. Before going to New York a year ago, Miss Crim was employed as cashier at the local S & L store. Miss Jerry Bereffle of Minneapolis will spend a few days at the L. E. Crim home next week. Miss Crim and Miss Bereffle roomed at the same club in New York. MISS KENNEDY^ kT SOCIAL WELFARE CONFERENCE TODAY With the impetus of new social welfare legislation and a statewide membership drive, attendance at the thirty-ninth annual conference of the Iowa Association for social welfare at Burlington, May 18-20 reached a new high this year. Approximtely 600 delegates from all parts of the state are [in attendance. Miss Clara Kennedy is representing the Estherville Community Welfare League. Included are representatives of virtually every organization engaged in any phase of social welfare work in the state. There are also members of county boards of supervisors, school and church representatives and a large number of laymen. Membership is open to all persons in Iowa who are interested in any phase of social welfare. Oscar M. Powell, executive director, Social Security Board, Washington, D. C; Miles Frisbie of the .United States Housing Authority, Washington D. C, and Martha Eliot, M. D., member of President Roosevelt's committee on Correlation of Medical and So-, cial Welfare Services are listed .among the outstanding speakers to appear at the conference. This year's program is arranged with particular attention to tits interest of the general: public in current social issues. Outstanding leaders in the .fields of health, family ana' child welfare,,, and youth guidance' are on the program. ^LF.GAL NOTICE OF PROOF OF WILL District Court in and For Emmet County, Iowa Emmet County, Stati of Iowa, ss. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to. be the last Will and Testament of Muns Hanson, deceased, dated July 2, 1913, having this day been filed, opened and read, Monday the 29th day of May 1939, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Estherville, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Estherville, Iowa, May 3 1939 IRWIN C. NICHOLS, Clerk of District Court (SEAL) May 4,11,19,1939 May 13—Orville R. Senne, Fairmont," Minn., 21; Lillian C. Kahler -Fairmont, Minn. 19. May 13—Russell S. Armstead, Madelia, Minn., 25; Carrie M. Anderson, Madelia, Minn., 27. . May 13—Edwin J. Feifarek, Mankato, Minn., 41; Frances L. Wittmers, Mankato, 32. May 15—Harold H.- Schwerr, Mankato, Minn., 21; Charlotte J. Vandewater, Madelia, Minn. 23: May 18—Myron C. Thompson, Buffalo Center, 28; Mae M. Sathoff, Ringsted, 22. SELECT'NEWIL S; NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS Four junior students in the local high school were selected as members of the National Honor Society Wednesday morning. They were Ellen Marie Knutsen, Keith Griffith, Helen Anne Refsell and Edgar Nau. The juniors were chosen by a faculty committee on the basis of scholarship, character, service and leadership. Members of the faculty committee are Miss Eva Chaloupka, chairman, Miss Enid Copeland, Miss Barbara Cornwall, N. E. Demoney, Supt F. G. Stith, Raymond Jones, Miss Susan Peterson, Miss Ruth Smith and S. Laird Swagert. Members of the society are Arlene Sorenson, John Raife, Rosemary Ewen, Roland Fagre, Maurice Eveleth, Glen Groth, Olive Judd, Harvey Lundy, Marian Wilson, Gudrin Rugtiv, George Rug- |tiv, Margaret Gebest, Richard Dawson, Jane Stockdale and Vivian Oulman . I'VE TRIED SEVERAL DRINKING WATER MEDICINES FOR MV CHICKS BUT DR. SALSBURY'SI PHEN-O-SAL SEATS THEM ALL J Get a Package for year Chicks Today! Woodley's Hatchery _ Phone 140 107 South Sixth St Dr. Salsbury's POULTRY HEALTH SERVICE STATION Authorized Member: Dr. Salibunri Natlon-wM* ' Poultry Health A reminder to give your Furs their "Beauty Rest" A BEAUTY REST IN OUR NEW STORAGE PLANT In our modern plant expert workmen will care for and store your Furs ... preserve their Me and beauty. jodured QgajjMfc FIRE • THEFT •MOTHS DUST • DIRT • MEAT ^ Complete Fur

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