Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 7
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1<K» Locals Take First At Track Meet Estherville high school Midget3 made 69 and one-fealf points Friday night, to win a Lakes confer- ence track and field meet at Cherokee. Second place was won by t Cherokee with 47H points. Two records were broken in the meet by Grim, Estherville, who ran the mile in 4:41.7, bettering the mark of 4:46.6 set by Buliff- sbn of Storm .Lake last year; and the Midget 440-yard relay team of Hood, Zeimer, Halvorson and Kelly set a mark of :45.9. The old record; :46.4, was set by Spirit Lake in 1936. The Midgets took firsts in the . 100 yard dash, discos, mile run, high hurdles, pole vault, football shuttle javelin, low hurdles, 880- yard dash, and the 440-yard relay and Darling and Schryver of the locals tied for first in the high jump to win 10 firsts in the 19 events. The Midgets also won first at the district meet at Fort Dodge and the quadrangular meet at Em metsburg. 100-yard*dash: Kelly Estherville 1st; Yock (Cherokee) 2d;Hood Estherville) 3rd, Reed (Cherokee) 4th. Time :10.7 , : 220-yard dash: Yock (Cherokee) 1st, Jennett (Storm Lake) 2nd "Lyman (Cherokee) 3rd, Meader (Sibley) 4th. Time :23.7. Discus throw: Darling (Estherville) 1st, Larson (Cherokee) 2d, Klassey (Spencer) 3rd, Schryver (Estherville) 4(th. Distance, 115 feet. 4 'in. Mile run: Crim (Estherville) 1st, Sears (Cherokee) 2d, Ruliffson (Storm Lake) 3rd, Taylor (Sibley) Storm Lake, 1938.) Old record, 4:46.6, by Ruliffson, 4th. Time 4:41.8. (New record. 120-yard high hurdles: Ziemer (Estherville ) 1st, Parsons (Spirit - Lake) 2d, Baker (Spirit Lake) 3d, Solmonson (Estherville) 4th. Time :16.5. Pole vault: Darling (Estherville) -1st, Pendleton (Storm Lake) 2d, Yock (Cherokee) and El wood (Estherville) tied for 3rd. Height 11*. Shuttle relay: Estherville, Huntson, E. Kelly, Ziemer, P. Kelly) 1, Storm Lake 2d, Emmetsburg 3td, Spirit Lake 4th. Time :28.3. Mile relay: Storm Lake 1st Cherokee 2d, Estherville 3rd, Emmetsburg 4th. Time 3:42. 880-yard relay: Cherokee Lyman • Reed, Duven, Yock) 1st, Storm Lake 2d, Estherville 3rd, Spirit Lake 4th. Time 1:37.4. Shot put: Steck (Sibley) 1st Reed (Storm Lake) 2nd, Larson (Estherville) 3rd, Jones (Esther' ville) 4th. Distance 42 ft 8 in. 50-yard dash: junior high, Good- roan (Spirit Lake) rst, Cooper oi (Spencer) 2nd, Underwood (Spencer) 3rd, Jones (Estherville) 4th. Time :06.1. 440-yard dash: Jennett (Storm Lake) 1st, Lyman (Cherokee) 2nd, Mills (Spirit Lake) 3rd, Gould (Spencer) 4th. Time :54. High jump: Darling (Estherville and Schryver (Estherville) 'tied for 1st, Parsons (Spirit Lake) 3rd, Beatty / (Emmetsburg) Dewall .(Spencer), and Pendleton {Storm Lake) tied for fourth. Height 5 ft 9 in. Javelin throw: Jones (Estherville) 1st, Chaplin (Sheldon) second, Bryant (Emmetsburg) 3rd, Darling (Estherville) 4th. Distance 142 ft. 10 in. Low hurdles: Zeimer (Estherville) 1st, Stevenson (Cherokee) 2d, Curtis (Cherokee) '3rd, Sal- ( yards (Spirit Lake) 4th. Time :24.8. " 880^yard run: Crim (Estherville 1st, Huber (Cherokee) 2nd, Nordstrom (Cherokee) 3rd, Bounds (Emmetsburg) 4th: Time 2:06.5. .440-yard relay: junior high, Spencer 1st, Spirit Lake 2nd, /Estherville 3rd, Cherokee 4th. Time :51. Broad jump: Curtis (Cherokee) .1st, Meader (Cibley) 2nd, Darling (Estherville) 3rd, Eveleth (Estherville) 4th- Distance 19 ft. 614 in. . 440-yard relay: BslherviDc (Hood, Zeimer;^ Halvbraon, :KeBy, i'jst, Cherokee £2ri<L Emmetsbnrgr «,3rd,; Storm- Iaske^th^Tnne -£4S|jj fJ(Ne*;BewrdS01drjiec^s ^^^|r .SpiritXaie'in ; lL9&th)/C** Dolliver '39 Seniors Graduate Commencement for Seniors Commencement exercises for the class of 1939 of the Dolliver high school were held in the school auditorium Wednesday evening. May 17. The program was as follows: Processional, Mis3 Stephanie Cowling; Invocation, Rev. C. L. •Day; Salutatory address, Laura Griese; Woodland Echoes, Rudolf ,Frhnl„ clarinet quartette, Robert Simon, Marvin Iverson, Lorna 'Richards, Marjorie Russell, Valedictory address, Ralph Miller; Commencement song, Murray- Sawyer, Girls glee club; Commencement address. Prof. J. Cornell Johnson; Presentation of class, Supt M. O. Moklebust;. Presentation of diplomas, Mrs. H. D. Mereness; Benediction, Rev. C. L. Day; Recessional, Miss Stephonie Cowling. Candidates for graduation were Ralph Miller, Ralph McKean, La iVerne Valen, Vernon Tweedt, Lawrence Evans, Laura Griese, Mabel Griese, Alice Handeland, /Geneva Christensen, Anna Feddersen. DOLLIVER Following the school picnic on Thursday several of the teachers left for their homes. Miss Peterson went to Spencer, Miss Steph •anie Cowling to Sioux City, Miss Ora Thompson to Forest City and Miss Marjorie Harkness to Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Robinson left Friday morning for Lake Park, Minn, where they wili spend the summer. Mr. Robinson will attend summer school and drive from the home of Mrs. Robinson's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Anders. Supt. M. O. Moklebust and family will move to their new home at Thor about the middle of next week. L. "P. Stillman of Dolliver and brother C. J. Stillman of Emmets- iburg returned Friday from Gaudry's Camp, Kenora, Ontario, Canada, where they spent the past week fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Neill Finn drove to Fort Dodge Friday to see Mr. Finn's father who is ill in Mercy hospital at that place. Mr. Finn's condition is not very favorable it reported. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Moklebust, Michael and Melinda enjoyed a visit Wednesday afternoon from Mr. Moklebust r s grandmother, Mrs. Stewart Olson, aunt Mrs. Andrew Halstenrude both of Thor and uncle Oscar Grefstad of Bode. All attended the commencement exercises at the school house Wednesday evening. Mrs. L. P. Stillman left by train Friday evening from Estherville for Burlington to visit ten days or two weeks with her son Linus P Stillman, jr., and family, daughter Miss Nadine Stillman and her sister Mrs. Jennie Thorp of Iowa Falls who is visiting at the StiH- |mian home in Burlington. ' Gloria Foster is in Garner making an extended visit with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. -Charles Oldenberg. Gloria is the older daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Foster. Mrs. Conrad Frericns was hostess to the ladies aid society of the Dolliver Lutheran church at her home last Wednesday. The meeting was held a day early on account of the school picnic on Thursday. Mrs. M. O. Moklebust, a member, -who Is leaving next .week to make Iter home in Thor, •waspresented, with a giftfrom the society. Mrs. H. D..M -fort'Dodge, last tend^ the eightl ^Americaa^Legian. was a delegate from the Dolliver unit and accompanied a group of women from Armstrong*. The ladies aid society of the Community church will meet with Mrs. Ole Knutson at her home on Thursday afternoon. May 25th with Mrs. W. L. Peterson assisting. F. J. Davis is erecting a new oil station on the three acre plot of ground recently purchased just west of the school grounds. Mr. Davis is also putting out a large |<bed of strawberry plants and shrubbery. Miss Guilberta Elliott returned home from MarahaHtowa Satur|<day where she had been visiting her aunt Mrs. Edna Eastman for a week as well as other relatives in Msrshalltown. • The Dolliver school closed last Thursday with a picnic at Okam- anpedan state park. The school children played games and enjoyed other contests until noon when a picnic lunch was served by the mothers. A ball game was enjoyed in the afternoon. Miss Guilberta is planning to go |\to Mason City the first part of June where she will enroll in the Hamilton Business College. Miss Elliott was graduated last year from the Dolliver high school ami has been taking post graduate work this year in bookkeeping, shorthand and typing. La Verne Valen is ill with mea- slets and unable to attend the commencement exercises last Wed .nesday evening with members of {tis class. Mrs. T. B. Richards, poppy chairman of the Dolliver unit of the American Legion Auxiliary, announces that all arrangements are completed for the annual poppy sale which will be held the week preceding Memorial Day. The 200 poppies to be sold will be divided equally among the members of the organization. Mrs Richards asks that when you purchase your poppy that you wear same so that you will not be annoyed by being soliciatcd to buy additional poppies. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Erickson and children Mitchell, Margery and Alice of Chevy Chase, Maryland, are expected here in June for a visit at the Mrs. J. B. Mitchell and W. L. Peterson homes |Mrs. Erickson will be remembered as Miss Ethel Mitchell before her marriage. Mrs. Neill Finn will be hostess to the American Legion Auxiliary Thursday afternoon, June 1 at her home. This meeting will be annual election of officers and a full attendance is desired. V.R. wired to be in wsdt&ees for the electric higaltne w*»en it is com- ptcted through this community. Mrs. Kate Myers U spending a few days visiting at the nonie of ber soa and family Mr. and Mr* George Meyers. SHAPE OF FODDER HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON CATTLE CAINS AMES. IA., May 30: It makes little difference in rst* of gain or in finish of yearling steer* whether they are fed corn silage, com fodder run through an ensilage cutter, fodder put through a roughage mill or merely whole corn fodder. This is the general story which more than 2,000 cattle feeders from all parts of Iowa and from neighboring states heard ye»;»r- day when they gavnered at Iowa State College for the twentieth annual Iowa Cattle Feeders' "Hey Day." The 85 head of yearling steers which had been divided into five lots of seven steers each were in the yards so that the visitors might reach their own conclusions about their appearance after 171 days of feeding. All groups of steers were ted and handled exactly the umr except for the way in which the corn plant was offered to them. One lot got corn silage; a second lot go', corn silage at one feeding (part of the time in the morning and part of the time in the evening) and recut corn fodder (com fodder run through an ensilage cutter) at the other feeding. The third group got recut fodder throughout the test; the fourth group got com fodder ground in a roughage mill, and the fifth group was fed whole corn fodder. The basal ration for all ennsist- cd of shelled corn (limited in amount for the first 120 days and full-fed for the rest of the 171- day feeding period), lVj pound* of cottonseed meal. 1 pound of hay and 1 ounce of minerals per steer daily. In addition, the various groups got fodder or silage. The (•sins on ail Ian were exceedingly close, vary' n K from l.iM to 2.21 pounds per steer daily In the various lots. The »teers fed recut and ground com fodder made the most rapid gains, but the dif­ ference was tmrt *<fT>-.ft--«*> I",- •terrs «n the rwut *r.-d pr-. .-; jfodder Jot* consumed '•• v nuiirr and a!v> nwrr c t- » K - prohshiy account* f.-.r ;v • .Tier gains, explained < • •< : son, who mm* >« i (arjf ^' \.».-,- » pertment* The lowest o>,t of ),-«.-.• » -< out emitting the (m! ».,-<-. r.: Vr the hog*, was in the I *t f^S M<fodder, and the b»c*»«-»* sr. -s '• t fed ground fodder The .•>•»: . f gains "»s exactly the same >•> •.*•••. lots fad whole corn fmiier »-.> com silag*. Bat in alt cost of gain* was exewiirvgiv close. In order to get hack th* original cost of the steers sod the f<~c I consumed, the low l««e «f utrrn must sell for $T 0\ • hntwlml am', the high lot for $721. Mr t'ul bertson said. The stew* cwt fT 15 s hundred in the lots U»t fs>l. They were medium grade yearling feeders. They will h# «hipp»>d t«> Chtcsgo Monday to be *«M V R CHDXCH BUGS GET GO AHEAD SIGNAL A lot of small grain mill b* damaged or destroy ml by ehiiwh hugs this year in southern Iowa unless heavy rains come to reduce the numbers of this nest, in the opinion of Carl J. Drake, state entomologist at Iowa $;«(« College, infeatatmn is heaviest in the three southern Iters, «ilh concentration i« the center, extending up into the fourth tier A good many chinch bug egr« were laid last fall, and winter mortality among them varied from 20 to 50 per cent. The spring weather has been vrry faxorahlo for the bugs so far Th*>y ar«now leaving the fence ITIWS and ether places «h*rf thry hati+.^l nnd are settling in small Krai" fields to feed and lay rant, *gg» These eggs hatch in about 10 day* Not only does this pest r<-dw«- small grain yields, hat <>('t<*n lh> quality of the train, too As soon a* the small grain rip pens, the chinch bugs as adults move in army-lik* honk* to nearby cornfields. This is ihe only time for effective control. Artiftt- 1 barriers are twomrnended for stopping them. Cn*o*ot«> harriers are generally used. JACK CREEK &Try-the'.Want-'Ad i ,se e tIoii •- Hanson-Sevold Wedding The marriage of Miss Evelyn Hanson and Amos Sevold took place today at the East Immanual Lutheran church at 8 p. m. Mrs. Pete Paulson played the wedding march and furnished other music. Byrle Felky spent Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Felky. Mr. and Mrs. Odus Paugh and son George were Sunday callers at the home of John Thompson at Ceylon, Minn. Marion Felkey of Jackson, Minn, and his mother, Mrs. Ed Felkey and aunt Mrs. E. L. Orcutt of Armstrong were Sunday guests at the Welsh home. The CCC dub was entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lee Moore. The following program was enjoyed. Roll call, Different Ways to Serve Chicken. Discussion subject wae Diseases of Poultry, and picnic plans were discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Iversan Friday evening caliers at the Welsh horns., -A number oi ^xaTnsBf ^.Ja *)Q ^tiM *lK^ corn shelled last week that hmi lieeuv. stuTgxf'- in- open ~ 'eiflnxj FREE CLINIC THREE DAYS ONLY Tues., Wed. and'Thurs. May 23, 24, 25 At Estherville For the benefit of people of Estherville and strroundin^ community, I will conduct a FREE CLINIC at my <.ftV* «" the dates mentionej shove. Thi* iree health examination w >I include a thorough analysis of your entire system. Assisting me in this FREE CLINIC will be some of the best known snd most prominent doctors in the state, one <>f whom is a woman doctor who specializes in women's and children's diseases. I also have been able to secure the service* of a doctor who recently completed Post Graduate work in^Basic Technique at the College of Chiropractic in St Louis. Therefor* we will be assured the latest and best in this greatest development in the Chiropractic profession. ^ Whatever your condition may be, it is my wish to give you a careful examination, pointing out to yoo exactly what I find. Expert service pics my complete equipment, make* this possible and ... AT NO COST TO YOU daring this clinic. Attendance at past clinics _conducted by me, makes it advisable that you or your friends phone for an appointment during these three days. You are "under no obligation whatsoever. As we can accommodate only a limited number of patients during these three days, we urge you to PHONE OR WRITE FOB APPOINTMENT. CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PARENTS. HUSBAND OB WIFE SHOULD ACCOMPANY THE OTHER TO ELIMINATE REPEATING EXPLANATION OF DIAGNOSIS. R. ©.THOMPSON sptiim f owl fa'CPCftT

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