Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 25, 1939 · Page 4
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1939 I V -"J P.G.GRAY —BUTTER —:— EGOS— POULTRY Phone 91 Russell's Machine Shop INTERNATIONAL SALES AND SERVICE General Repairing Truck Service Machine Work and Welding Phone 292 Estherville Ironworks ELECTRIC and GAS WELDING Ornamental Iron Work The Best at a Fair Price/ Keep Us Busy ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Sternborg's Funeral Service Licensed in Iowa and Minnesota PHONE 44 V /'If It's a Red Cross Ambulance JfeJ • It's From Sternborg's" H.E. Woodling HUDSON and TERRAPLANE Sales and Service Northern Lumber Co. Lumber, Coal, Ruilding Material Sewer Pipe Cement and Plaster Phone 245 South 6th Street Estherville Loan & Investment Co. Mortgages and Investments REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Phone 600 Stockdale & . Brackett Pg,? SEEDS •-, FEED —, GRAIN COAL If*-'. "Salem CWek Feeds'* ISJbyIMuffifiiiGo; : ViCOAL —. ^TENCING- TSF ? M^D-tCROSON, Manager «ntral Ave: Phone 244 ^ t Butterfield Produce Co. , ( . uy -POULTRY —:— EGGS— Kr I CREAM. Phone 1007 \l Typewriter Exchange L. C. SMITH • TYPEWRITERS and SERVICE g i. ' ROY A. BURT, Prop. S ;|perviUe iPf ^p. Creamery •-'$gmva YOUR CRBAM > ? »;<SWWM br Farnwra •:f •*$" •v Ifof Farmers ?7 Jerry Wegs Service TIRRS, GAS BATTBiUES STARTERS GENERATORS WUder's Variety Store 0* TO $1.00 WkM Stow** for QvaUty M«rcs>andU. Uy WILDBR-S FIRST Pay Respect to the Civil War Veterans In Our Cemeteries • As has been the annual custom in this community, we pause in our workaday duties to pay tribute to the nation's dead who gave their lives in the cause of a Nation's freedom. ... Full honor and glory to those brave souls who faced the supreme test, answering the Nation's call for defense with a courageous sngiilespirits which will go marching on forever.;/ \, vV-.> < • , u <;< , .„ spgojpd^tpr#tbe^ souls or men to nave establiihed dates when triey may pause to con* template what has been done for them in the establishment of nations and the advancement of civilization. . • \ In the lives of all. Americans, Memorial Day each year is a milestone which marks the achievements and great deeds of their fellowmen. It is a day when sincere tribute should be tendered to these brave souls. A glory earned, through torture of the Warren's Produce CREAM EGGS POULTRY IPURINA and( WAYNE FEEDS Phone 250 Farmers Produce Association Phone 252 POULTRY and EGGS Red Comb Feeds CULLING SERVICE Golden Sun Milling Co. "A FEED FOR EVERY NEED" A Full Line of Forage Seeds Phone 296 Soper's Deep Rock Station TANK SERVICE GASOLINE, MOTOR OIL, FUEL OIL continue to respect and never fail to pay highest tribute. We join our tellow citizens in observance of Memorial Dajyv Tuesday, May 30. EAST SIDE OSMAN ANFINSON, Co. G. 13<;h Iowa Infantry JOHN CLARK, Co. 1, 32nd Iowa Infantry D. P, REYNOLDS, Co. E, 92nd N. Y. Infantry NELSON HAMLIN, Corp. Co. 1, 6th Iowa Cavalry ISSAC MATSON, Co. 1, 3rd Wis. Infantry S. R. STEADMAN, Co. B,. 7th N. Y. Cavalry J. B. BOWMAN, Co. 1, 6th lawn Cavalry SYLVESTER CLARK, Co. 8, 171- st Pennsylvania Infantry S. E. BEMIS, Co. I, 16th N. Y. Infantry F. M. ELLIS, Co. K, 1st Minn. Dragoons L. L. BIXBY, Co. L., 16th Vermont Infantry GEO. WEST, 6th N. Y. Heavy Artillery B. F. PAISLEY, Co. K, 132 111., Infantry JOE PANNELL, Co. E. .02nd N. Y. Infantry J. W. HILL, Co. C, 12th Iowa Infantry J. D. SIDLES, Co. B, 7th N. Y. Cavalry WM. LYNCH, Co. D, 7th Minn. Infantry JOHN C. IRWIN, Co. D, 9th Iowa Infantry WEST SIDE THOMAS RUCKMAN, Co. E. 100th Illinois Infantry SEVER SIVERSON, 13th Wisconsin Infantry A. *K. RIDLEY, Co. I, 0th Iowa Infantry II. V. STRONG, Co. G, 5th Wis. Infantry HARVEY MILLER, Co. D. 6th Iowa Cavalry PHILLIP MILLER, Co. D. lltt. N. Y. Cavalry NATHAN B. PETERSON. Co. C, 141st Illinois Infantry M. R. LEE, Co. G, 27th Wis. Inf. JOHN ARBOGAST, 63rd 111., Inf. WM. HIBBARD, Co. C, Ofih Minn. Infantry EDWIN McAFFEE, Co. C, 6th 111. Infantry P. R. TOLL, Co. I, 93rd 111. Inf. FRANK HORNBY, 64th III. Inf. E. G. RIDLEY, 2nd Iowa Battery A. SEVERSON, JAMES PETERSON JOHN JOHNSON, 31st Wis. Rcgr. SAMUEL KELLER A. KETCHUM, Co. C, 4th Ohio Infantry J. M. SNYDER, Co. G, 92<1 Illinois Infantry A. O. SALISBURY, Co. K, 95th Infantry JOHN WILSON. Co. A, 105th N. Y. Infantry M. D. BEVAN, Co. D. Moth 111. Infantry P. P. BARRON, 2nd Brigade, 6th Army Corps Band L. S. WILLIAMS, Co. K, 6th Vt. / A. W. MAXWELL, Co. F, 25th Wisconsin Infantry \ R. K. SOPER, 26th Iowa Infantry I. O. ISHAM, Co. D, 20th Wis. Infantry G. F. SCHAAD, Co. I, 6th Iowa Cavalry FRED KOHLSTEAD, 5th Minnc, sota Artillery A. A. WILCOX, U. S. Navy S. B. EMBREY, Co. D, 11th Minn. Infantry HANS A. VESTREM WILLIAM BAKER JOHN M. STEELE PETER NELSON OTTO BREKKEN THOMAS A. LEIN, Co. K, 32nd Iowa. Vol. E. B. CAMPBELL, Co. K, 12th Iowa Infantry C. I. HAYNES, Co. C, 4th Iowa Cavalry R. E. RIDLEY, Co. C, 2nd Iowa Infantry M. A. VANDERBURG, Co. D, 2nd Wisconsin Cavalry PETER JOHNSON, Co. G, 15th Illinois Infantry S. J.. COX, Co. F, 58rd III. Inf. H. C. COON, Co. I, 1st Minn. Inf. A. C. SNYDER, 8th 111. Infantry A. R. COATS, Co. K, 68th Ohio Infantry NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN CEMETERY HENRY JOHNSON, Co. E, 01st Illinois Infnntry CATHOLIC CEMETERY GEO. SYKES, Co., I, 20th Town WALLINGFORD CEMETERY NELS PETERSON, Co. C, 2nd Iowa Infantry SEVER LARSEN, Co. K, 15th Wis Infantry IVER O. MYIIRE, Co. G, 15th Wisconsin Infnntry THOMAS ELLINGSO.V, Co. C, 12th Wisconsin Infantry HIGH LAKE CEMETERY STENER HANSEN, Co. G, 22nd Wisconsin Infantry ELI HARRIS, Co. E, 148th 111. Inf. Herman Sorum Repair Shop We specialize in rebuilding wreck* ed cars. First class automobile X service,. Phone 896 Mahlum & Anderson HOME FURNISHINGS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE Phono 203 Woodley's Hatchery QUALITY BABY CHICKS Experience Poultry Culling and Poultry Disease Service Phone 140 South 6th Street Firing Squad, Minister and Bugler will visit all cemeteries Tuesday morning. Firing Squad will meet nt Legion club rooms 6:30 a. in. and go to Catholic cemetery at 7 a. ni. Oak Hill nt 7:30; North Side 8; East Side 8:30 At each cemetery a prayer will be given, a volley of Shots fired by Firing Squad and Taps sounded by Buglar. 9:00 a. to. Dedication of Monument printed to Emmet county by the Estherville Chapter of the Service Star legion. Estherville High School Bund. Invocation, Rev. (.Maude Fausnaugh of tin- Presbyterian church * America, by public lend by Raymond Minkler Mrs. A. II. Davidnon, president of the Service Star legion, will introduce Mayor Fred Elders, who will give a short talk. Addnvss, Attorney N. J. ta'e Mrs. A. II. Davidson will present \\w monument Acceptance by Clyde Sanborn, Kmmet County Commander of tlw American legion. PROGRAM MEMORIAL DAY PARADE 10 A. M. Sharp The parade will form on Sixth street in front of the high school building; will turn east at the post office building marching east one block, turn south to Central, then west on Central to. Riverside Park. OffitH -rs of the day, Melvin Warren, and E. I. F.llcrston Colors and Ounnl, American legion Drum and Hugh' Corps Daughters of I'nion Veterans of Civil War Spanish American War Veterans American Legion and all Ex-Service Men Anu-rican I region Auxiliary Service Star l-egion Boy Scouts (iirl Scouts Pioneers Friendly Indians School Pupils: third, fourth, fifth and «dxtli grade*. Junior high school boys and girls. Senior high school bovs nnd girls Public PROGRAM AT BAND SHELL Invocation Rev. Fred S. Sawyer Pastor of Estherville Church of Christ America (first and last stanzas). .Group Singing High School Brass (Juartette, Accompanist Introduction of (iiiests Com. Win. Hiles of Maurice l)oyl.« Post N'o. 1M American Ix-gion Address of I lav W. Earl Hall Editor, Mason City (Jl..lM ~(»az.tte, Past State C<»iu. American l-egion Dept. of Iowa MUMC Male Quartette High School an.I College Iteration of Ink'noun Soldier's (Inive. .Service Star legion, American I<egt<»n Auxiliary Salute t.i Dead Firing Squad Taj** and FA -ho Henry Paulson, (Ju* Wie* Silent Pray, r B. n-'d'w^i.-n Uev. F. W. Ortm-yr Purity Yeast Co. For Good Results Feed Purity Yeast Phone SM Bagan & Sons K8THEKVI1X178 • 'lADINC cixrmttsm Northern Lumber Co. FA KM IMPI.KMK.VT WJT. Vmtt Um ml tit* IlMft

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