Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 8
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.... •<• ..... • t VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWAj TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1939 WOMEN ATTEND DISTRICT MEET OF AUXILIARY I Lawrence Thomsen, sixth grade student at Twelve Mile Lake Township, No. 7 won first over Emmet county in the Poppy Day poster contest sponsored by the local American Legion Auxiliary. Second in the first class, fourth to sixth grade inclusive was Donald Christensen, Ringsted, another sixth grade student at Jack Creek township, No. 5. In the second class which includes the seventh and eighth grades, Ruth Nichtern of Graettinger was awarded first She is an eighth grade student at the Jack Creek township school No. 5. The second prize in the second class went to two seventh and two eighth grade girls at West Emmet, Neomi Stark, Doris Lon Guge, Marilyn White, and Alice DewalL Lawrence Thomsen poster was on display with others at a district auxiliary meeting at Port Dodge. Those attending the district meeting of the American Legion held Saturday were Mrs. Leon Pratt, Mrs. Harold Woodling, Mrs. Kay Bryan, Mrs. M. P. Reed, Mrs. Henry Myhr, Mrs. Gene Weir, Mrs. Art Williamson, Mrs. E. L Ellerston, Mrs. G. M. Donovan and Maxine Donovan. Mrs. Francis Hakes of Laurens was choosen eighth district committee woman, Mrs. Lucille Cal- lowdy of Jefferson was elected vice eighth . district committee woman, and Mrs. Earl Ellsworth was rejected secretary-treasurer. V.R. FATHER OF FORMER ESTHERVILLE WOMAN DIES SUDDENLY CjKe PICTURES IN COLOR Mr>and Mrs. Ed Sorum and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weir of Emmetsburg drove to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to see Miss Lenore Henaman who is in St. Mary's hospital and her mother Mrs. Ruby Hena- man.who is with her. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Worst of Cedar Rapids spent the week end at the George Shadle and Frances Shadle homes. Mr. and Mrs. Worst are former residents of Estherville, Mr. Worst being a retired conductor of the C. R. I. & P. railway. '~u can now make full-color transparencies with come Inexpensive "inirttire cameras— and project them in large size on a home screen, bringing out all the beauty and richness of a colorful subject. rN the past few years, many thou- l sands of amateur camera hobby- Herbert W. Peairs, 70, announcement of whose death appeared last week in Des Moines newspaper, was the father of Mrs. C. R. Rhodes of that city former resi- j dent of Estherville, Mrs. Rhodes being knpwn here as Elizabeth Peairs, stenographer in the Grov- j es Hall Insurance office. Death due to a heart attack occurred at the Rhodes home last Thursday | where the fattier was visiting. Mrs. Peairs and another daughter Mrs. Owen L. Crist were at Hot Springs, Ark., at the time. Mr. Peairs at the time of his j :sts have started taking pictures in :ull color. This spring and summer, chousands more will take up this [ascinating form of photography, asing full-color films. It is hard for some of us, who are ised to black-and-white snapshots, •o imagine taking a picture in fall color as easily as in black-and-white. Yet these color films enable us to do just that. Moreover, the pictures are not prints on paper but film transparencies, ideal for viewing color at. its best With simple projection equipment, these transparencies can be shown on a home screen magnified to almost any desired size. Thousands of such color pictures are being shown this year at the New York World's Fair—projected on enormous screens so that each picture is enlarged approximately 50,000 times. Until one sees such an exhibition, it is impossible to realize how much the presence of color can add to photography. Relatively few of the subjects we choose for pictures are lacking in color. Count them oyer—children, flowers, scenes about the home, landscapes, picnics, and sports events, water scenes, sunsets, and the like. Study such subjects, and you begin to understand how much more life, and realism they retain, when pictured in full color. Miniature cameras are.used for taking these full-color pictures. Until recently, inexpensive cameras of this type were not made, but now they are available at prices as low as $14, and suitable for takin'g~pic- tures in black-and-white as well as in color. ..Full-color picture taking will spread greatly in the next few years, and wide-awake hobbyists will plan now to take full advantage of this amazing development John van Guilder AUTO PURCHASES Otto C. Nemitz, Estherville, tZ P ^ 4 cler ? Plymouth; J. G. ana J. E. Shel- and had during his 32 years resi- 1 • dence in Des Moines been office manager for the Chamberlain tren, Estherville, Ford; Dan S. Howard, Estherville, Studebaker; R. V. Ross, Estherville Chevrolet; medicine company and owner and Crawford Bros. Estherville, Chev- operator of the Approved Hosiery ^fet truck; T. O. Thompson, Es- company. itherville, Studebaker. V.R. 1 BAPTIST CHURCH J. A. Riggs, Pastor Memorial Sunday may have new beauty and solemnity this year as we hold in memory those who have gone during the past year. Let us all attend church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Haynes of Sioux Falls, So. Dak., will be our guest speaker. Juniors will meet at 6:45 with Sam Stoery leading. John McMan ness will have the Bible quiz. Evening service will be at the high school auditorium at 8 p. m. in honor of our junior college and high school graduating classes. Prayer meeting each Thursday tevening at 8 o'clock. There is something interesting and helpful at each service. CASH For Spring Needs Consolidate Your Debts. Reduce Monthly Payments. Get Needed Cash. 20 Months to Repay. Legal Rates. Iowa's Oldest Finance Company Iowa Guarantee, Inc. 1st Door South of Sanborn's Estherville, Iowa Phone 1045 Ralph C. Fliehler, Ringsted, Chevrolet; John Christensen, Ringsted, Chevrolet truck; W. T. Garling, Maple Hill, Dodge; W. M. Hoffman, Estherville, Dodge; J. J. Fink, Estherville., Dodge; Fred Lau, Armstrong, Ford; Ernest Gy- erson, Estherville, Chevrolet; Henry C. Brees, Estherville, Ford; Harlan Brodie, Estherville, Ford. W. M. Huffman, Esfterville, Nash; Rudolph Christensen," Armstrong, Chevrolet; Herman Wilhelms, Estherville, Chevrolet; In' tennationjal Milling Co., Estherville, Chevrolet; Geo. H. Robb, Estherville, Ford. Arthur E. Nelson, Armstrong, Ford; Mrs. K. Wade Wells, Estherville, Ford; W. A. Yackle, Armstrong, Chevrolet V.R. EMMANUEL LUTHERAN Missouri Synod Otis L. Lang, Pastor German and English service 'next Sunday morning. German at 9:45; English at 10:45. Sunday school at .10. ' Choir rehearsal Thursday evening at 8 in the church/basement. Religious instruction for children every Monday and Friday afternoon at 4:00 and Saturday 9:30 a. m. ' V.R. DENT GREEN TO HAVE ALL YEAR LAKE RESORT AREA MERCURY DROPS AS OTHER SECTIONS GET RAIN MISSED HERE Iowa weather is as tempestuous and changeable as the matrimonial gyrations of a movie star. The high for the week was 92 degrees yesterday and a low of 51 degrees on Sunday. Much nteeded Tain wnich was promised here , was showered around us. The temperature record for the week follows: Date May 18 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 High. ...82 ...86 ...78 ...89 ...92 .. .85 Low 52 58 59 51 58 60" Prepipt Dent E. Green, for twenty years editor and publisher of Spencer newspapers, recently purchased several acres for a $10,000 year- around resort ~ area on the west side of West Okoboji lake where he is arranging to have cabin* and facilities for both winter and summer sports. WEATHER OUTLOOK For Period May 22 to 27 Inclusive For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri Valleys: Consider, able rain indicated during the week; temperature mostly near or 'below normal in north, and near or above normal in south portions. For the Northern and central •Great Plains:' A shower period the first of the week and again latter part; temperature mostly near or below normal in north, and near or above normal in south portion V.R.- LOCAL MARKETS Oats, No. 2 white .; ..25c Oats, No. 3 white ..........t24fc Oats, No. 4 white . v .23c Corn, No. £ yellow '...\37c Barley 25 to 42c Flax, No. 1 SL45 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.-l ,13c No. 2 eggs .10c Cream ......;..........25c Cream,.sour 24c Cream, No. 2 ... .23c Hogs. Hog*, top .... ..... 16.40 Hogs; packers .$5.30 Mrs. E. I. Sondrol has leased her home residence on South Eighth to the Louis E.-Palmer family and will move into the second floor apartment of her duplex on Sooth Seventh -which will fee vacated by 'Mrs. Clyde Butcher. Mrs. Butcher, is moving into an apartment in the home of Mrs. -L. J. Bennett on June 15 when Mrs. Bennett and daughter move into their new cottage. The Pal mers have been living in the Dr. A. Ivey home. V.TL-— UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS TOTAL $484,813 IN APRIL The Iowa Unemployment Compensation Commissioner announe ed that April unemployment benefits totaled $484,813 in Iowa. This is a sharp reduction from the March.total of $810,088. Benefit payments, the Commissioner said, have shown a steady decline since March 11, when the weekly total exceeded "$200,000, following a steady rise from early December. The monthly totals pxt recent months are: Dec. $562,624, Jan. $771,245, Feb. $803,661, Mar. $809,601, April $484,813. The largest amount distributed by any of the 32 state employment offices was $78,842 paid through the Des Moines office; Sioux City followed with payment of $48,396 for second place; Charles City came third with $33,684; while.Ce­ dar Rapids paid out $28,587 Centerville $28,473; Davenport $26,503; and Mason City $24,876. Total benefit payments to in-' sured Iowa workers since" July 1938 when payments were first made, totaled $5,454,787 on May first, for a monthly average of $545,479. The monthly average for the four months of 1939 is $717,353. . ,* VACCINATIONBEST CONTROL METHOD FOR HORSE DISEASE AMES, IOWA, May 23: The best method available for controlling sleeping sickness in horses or equine encephalomyelitis, is by vaccination, according to". Dr. K. W. Stouder, extension veterinarian at Iowa State College. Vaccination should be made several weeks in advance if best results in warding off the disease through the vaccine are expected. In Iowa this means that the* vaccinations should ' be - performed this month" and next, Strouder says. The vaccine may be used with safety on suckling colts and all classes of horse stock. : Of the 12,498 horses, vaccinated against the disease in Iowa last year, only 121 contracted the disease and died. Records from the United States Department- of Agriculture on 30,000 vaccinated animals showed that one-half of 1 per cent developed the disease. The vaccine which is now being used is produced from the embryos of incubating chicks. It has several advantages over the, vaccine produced from tie brains of horses, which was first used. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Perennials, Bleeding Hearts, Cemetery Plants, Chinese Elms, 'Fruit Trees,.and Hedges. Waterman Nursery, 714 N 8th St 40-2p FOR SALE: 3 -burner kerosene stove, nearly new. 214 N.-7th St FOR SALE: No. 2 lead pencils. 85c per dozen. Vindicator office. 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 JOIN THE CROWD AT Df- TERLAKEN PARK AT FAIRMONT,* MINNESOTA, FOR THE GRAND OPENING OF THE SUMMER SEASON ON NEXT SUNDAY, MAY 28TH. FREE ACTS, BAND CONCERTS, SKATING, FISHING, SWIMMING, AND AMUSEMENTS FOR OLD AND YOUNG. DANCING WITH MUSIC BY THE FAMOUS CHESTERFIELD ORCHESTRA. BRING YOUR PICNIC LUNCHES, FISHING TACKLE, BATHING SUITS, AND ENJOY THE DAY. COME AND SEE HOW TO WIN A NEW CHEVROLET CAR. "JITTERBUG DEBUTANTE"— [.First Installment of a New Fiction Serial by Steuart M..Emery. One [(of the Many Interesting Features jin The American Weekly, the JMagazine Distributed . With "the SUNDAY CHICAGO HERALD AND EXAMINER. Try the Want Ad for Results. GRAND THURSDAY and FRIDAY! BARGAIN MATINEE Thursday 2 P. M.... 16 c Confessions of a NAZI SPY EDWARD G. ROBINSON Today and Wednesday! 2--ACE HITS--2 KAY FRANCIS WILLIAM GARGrAN in "WOMEN IN THE WIND" , —Plus, Go. Hit!— "Almost a Gentleman" SltfJLLY SERVICE Our station is located east of Estherville on No; 9 Courtesy and Efficiency Our Motto Your.patronage will he appreciated : -r Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kennedy Proprietors

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