Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 18, 1939 · Page 7
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 7

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1939
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY lis 1939 Country News JACK CREEK ] •1 •— ——•—•—i James Ellerston and his mother accompanied by John and Annie Welsh motored to Spencer on < Sunday to transact business. Misat Nada Swartz and Miss • Kits man of Maple Hill were Friday callers at the Welsh home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Olson and - son Glen Sonde drove to the home ©f Mr. and Mrs. Gust Olson and family who reside at Estherville. Here their father and mother Mr. " and Mrs. Thorvald Olson of Estherville also met and their children helped their father Mr. Olson to celebrate his birthday and to honor their mother on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Skow of Lamberton, Miniu, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ellerston and son James were Mother's Day guests at the Welsh home. V.R. Board Proceedings DOLLIVER 1 (Continued from Page Six) eries, Clarence Bowen . 6.52 Palace Market, groceries Arnold Hagebock, Mrs. J. Webster, J. Boyle 38.01 Robinson's Grocery, groceries, Carrie Anderson, Otis Olson 15.98 Sanborn's Grocery, groceries, James Smith, Clarence Bowen 16.44 Sidles Grocery, groceries, , Mrs. Joe Feger, Joe Tnsler, Mrs. Win. Qninn, Phillip Butler 24.56 Edward's Dairy, milk, Carrie Anderson 4.98 Marshall County Welfare Dept., fuel food, family and furniture transportation for James and Hattie Smith family 41.39 Golden Sun Milling Co., coal, J. Boyle, Mrs. W. L. McAffee, C. Bowen, Mrs. Spencer Morris, Mrs. J. Webster 2459 J. H. McKay & Sons, coal, Mrs.. Joe Feger, Cbas. Strom 10.71 Northern Lumber Co., coal, Joe Aalborg, Mrs. Wm. Quinn, Mrs. Neal Paulsen, Mrs. Ingvall •Nilsen 19.50 Rippe Grain & Milling Co., coal, Mrs. Ruth Cronk, < Burton Cronk, Richard Cronk 18.26 <C. L. Groth, freight, express, supplies, counter farm. 3.05 Mrs. Ann Holland, nurse, , county farm 37.50 .Central States Electric Co., lights, thawing pipes, county farm 46.19 C. J. Mathieson, Ins., county farm pickup 16.56 Or. E. G. Ewen, extractions, A. Anderson, county farm. Rexall Drug Store, medicine supplies, county farm Gardston Drug Co., medical supplies, county farm. Crawford Bros. Food Shop, groceries, countjy farm 105.27 Ehlers Value Store, clothing, • county farm 7.74 Iowa State Penitentiary, merchandise co. farm.. 1859 Men's Reformatory, clothing, supplies, co. farm 52.70 Estherville Hardware, hard- ~ "1 Chris Eckhart of Algona is visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Eckhart Chris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brace) Eckhart. High school juniors and seniors enjoyed a picnic supper and skating party) at Jnter-Lalsen, park last Wednesday evening. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Robinson and Misses Helen M. Peterson and Stephanie Cowling. Mrs. Edna Eastman and Jimmie Elliott of Marshall town were guests last week at the Albert Hardecopf home. Mrs. Eastman is a sister of Mrs. Hardecopf. Miss Gilberta Elliott returned to Mar- shaUtown with them Sunday to visit for a week. . Free moving picture shows will .begin in Dolliver Thursday evening, May 18. Mr. and Mrs. Neill Finn drove to 'Osage Sunday morning to spend the day with Mrs. Finn's father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hilton and sister Miss Dorothy Dolliver School Program DOLLIVER, I A.: Baccalaureate services for the 1939 senior class of the Dolliver high school were held in the school auditorium on Sunday evening, May 14. The program follows. Processional, Jean Phelps; Invocation, Rev. C. L. Day; hymn. Come, Thou Almighty King, congregation; The Heaven Resound, Beethoven, Clarinet quartette, Ralph Mckean, Velma Olson, Vernon Tweed t, Ralph MQIer. Sermon, Rev. G. C Pedersen; Lift Thine Eyes, Mendelsohn by girls glee club; Hymn, Faith of Our Fathers, congregation; Benediction, Rev. C L. Day; Recessional, Jean Phelps. Hilton. They returned Sunday Ipight I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hardecopf .spent Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freeberg at Dunnell, Minn. Mrs. Freeberg is Mrs. Hardecopfs mother. Mrs. M. L. Owens and Mrs. V. L. Whalen were guests at a birthday honoring Mrs. Lynn Owens at East Chain, Minn., last Thursday afternoon. Postmaster H. A. Tvedte and family drove to Winnebago last Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Terry, parents of Dolliver Lutheran church held a ash? of greenhorn* potted plant* Saturday of hut w*«k to the OS«U Cot Rat* Store, Mrs. L. P. StUlman enjoy*] a .visit from her daughter in law Mrs. G. W. Stillman of Alcona and two daughters Ann and Marda last Sunday. G. W. Stillman «* enjoying a few days fan tag at Cass Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tvedte have received announcement of the marriage of their niece Miss Mar. gam Twedt of Estherville to Mr. Ftynn Mitchell of Armstrong which was solemnised Jan. St, 1988 at the bride's home in E»- therville. Mrs. Mitchell, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oiaf Twedt. was born and reared in the Dolliver vicinity and was graduated from the local high school The couple will live in Armstrong where Mrs. Mitchell has been employed aa a grade t—chti for the past three years. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whalen spent last Sunday at the Hugh Marlow home in Lone Rock last Sunday. Mrs. Whalen and Mrs Marlow are sisters. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Merenea* (drove to Rudd Sunday morning and spent the day at the Robert Krause home. Mr. Kratute is Mr*. Mereness' father. They returned Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dowden and son Freddie of Spirit Lake and Mrs. Mime WerU of Estherville were guests on Mother's Day of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Reed. Mm. Dowden and Mr*. Werts are daughters of the Reeds. V. L. Whalen enjoyed a picnic supper last Saturday evening at Mrs. Tvedte. The ladies Aid Society of the Fort Penance state park at E»- [tiwrvi&e with his d»u*fc!*r» M Lai* Whalm of Rslht-rvttW snd Mrs. HareM Berry of Msaneap*!**- Kcaneji -IN r» «• • Man-tag* At fiW o'clock in lf>r »fVm»>.-« Saturday, May IS at l»w tTwmh of Christ parMMuur*. Famnent, Minn., occurred tSw mart .>f Mi** DorU Eckhart «** tViH>v»r and Mr. Gordon P*r »wn« of K *:r. moat. The Rev. Le*fem*n performed the ceremony, The only attendant* »«r Mr and Mrs. Anthony Uwr «f rVr moot, hrothor-in-law and •m«r of the bridegroom. The bride is a daughter «f Mr. and Mrs. A. R Eckhart and Mr. Persona is the son of Mr and Mr*. [G. B. Persons of Fairmont. A wadding dinner was «erved at the A. R. Eckhart horn* far the bridal couple and attended by .Mr. and Mrs, G. B. PerwHu. Mr. psad Mrs. Anthony Lnuer of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart and son Chris of Algona and members of the A. R, Eckhart family The couple will live in Fairmont. Miu Marietta Clause, primary teacher here it in a JenVreon. la. hospital where »he submitted to an operation for appendicitis Mt»» Clause wan taken U> and later went to her home st Grand Junction to recover. Mrs. W. L. Peter, •on i« rtni »hmr/ the nchool year for Miss Clause. V.R. There i* one thinff to b* MMI for • he buny little bc-aver Wbon he huild* a dam k# dtwun't do it with the taxpayer*" money. 2.00 30-99 3.57 OPENIHG ware, Farmers Elevator Co., • coal, material, co. farm Golden Sun Milling Co., seed, feed, co. farm ... Northern Lumber Co., material, county farm ... Henaman Motor Co., oil cap, i, county farm truck . ' ; v Motor Supply Co., repairs, - county farm truck .Jorstad Hardware, hardware, county farm .... v C. L. Torreson Oil Co., gas, Kerosene, county farm v -Frank M. Barrett,, desorn- ing cattle, county farm •i aSw ^-jChicago,and? Northwestern 4.49 28.99 122.14 1.82 .36 1.40 7.61 19.41 3.20 431 124.08 Whitish Standard Service Station Saturday, May 30 We extend to you a special invitation to visit our Service Station, which has been enlarged, remodeled and repainted. REDUCED PRICES ON GASOLINE Leaded Gas—9c per gallon, plus 4c tax Red Crown Super Fuel at 10.5c, plus tax # We are now better equipped than ever before for car washing and greasing. We will wash and grease your car in the evening and have it ready in a short time, or leave your car and we wfti wash and grease it during the night. Service any rime, day or night. 1 We would be phased to have you visit our up-to-date Standard Station.

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