Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 25, 1939 · Page 5
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 25,1939 Faculties Entertained At Dunnell DUNNELL, MINN.: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wenberg, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Engel, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nelson of Sherburn with Rev. N. O. Monton and wife were host and hostess to the entire faculty of Sherburn and Dunnell schools on Friday evening. The table was set in the garden at the Montan's where the tulips are in bloom and a Swedish smorgasbord was served, then the guests were seated at tables in the adjoining church park. An informal evening of singing and visiting was enjoyed at the parsonage. Additional guests beside the faculty were Mrs. Dittes of Sherburn and Misses Gladys Peterson, Maxine Proctor and Judith Danielson of Fairmont. Sherburn Teachers Guests The families of Matt Anderson, Ed Hybbert, PhiJys Bredberg and Mrs. Amy Linder entertained a group of Sherburn teachers Tnes- DUNNELL The Dunnell Woman's Study club ended the year's work by a picnic on the Larson Bros, lawn Thursday at 6:30. Families of members were guests making up a party of 60 people. The tables were set in view of huge beds of tulips. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rankin and Andy and Andrew Rankin of St. Paul visited at the BT. H. Weir's Saturday and Sunday. Lulu Holcomb of Estherville, sister of Mrs. Weir joined the group and all were dinner guests at the Herbert Weir home at Windom on Sunday to observe the birthday of Mrs. Weir. Other guests at the Weirs during the week were Mrs. Lavila Sharpe and daughter Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leo and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Irwin all of Estherville. O. B. Carlson has been very ill again the past week. His daughter- Alice was called home from Minneapolis to help care for him. Guests at Larson Bros. Thursday to Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Swanson of St. Paul and Miss Anna Swanson of San Diego, Calif. Miss Swanson and Mrs. C. B. Swanson took nurses training together at Swedish hospital Min- Miss i News Items from This Vicinity By Special Correspondents to The Vindicator and Republican PETERSBURG day at supper on the Lmder lawn.. ,. . . . „ ' , , , ,• 1 neapohs serveral years ago. A jollv time was had roasting _ * . , f ° . , , • , i . , - , Swanson is making an extended weiners end later playing games | --J - --on the spacious lawn. After dark the group gathered in the house for a session of singing. At a late hour the hostesses served home made ice cream, cake arid coffee. In the party were Misses Lundborg, Stromquist, Stremel, Sellie, Olson, Kolher, Peterson, Messrs. Silverthorre, Oja, Ehnbom, Gistason of the faculty and Emmeline Stewart, Elaine and Eloise Duncan. V.R. LONG SESSION BY DUNNELL TOWN COUNCIL DUNNELL, MINN.: Lake Fremont town board had a long session Monday evening when they met to open bids for a fire truck. The meeting lasted from 7 p. m. and lasted until 3 a. m. The body of the fire truck was purchased from Minnesota Fire Equipment Co., at Lindstrom, a Chevrolet truck was bought from Colvin Bros., Sherburn and the hose and nozzle from a Minneapolis Co. Delivery will be in about three month. The entire outfit will cost about $2700. V.R Local Masons who attended a Masonic supper at Worthington Monday night were C. G. Appelquist, H. J. Pollei, James Kenyon, visit with brothers and a sister in the cities. , Mr. and Mrs. Axel Lyon and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ziemer of Fairmont drove to Minneapolis on Sunday to spend the day with an old friend Anton Anderson who has been seriously ill for a .year. He formerly was a salesman for the Butler Co., and made this territory. Sunday School Class Picnic The boys in the E. G. Swanson Sunday school class had an enjoy, able afternoon Saturday fishing at Fox Lake and having a picnic dinner. Those going with Mr. Swanson were Junior Lyon, Robert Johnson, Emmanuel Bloomquist, Herbert Asp, Ordean Waldee, Leverson boys, Donald Nyquist, Herbert Asp, Bud Munson and Eugene Westman. Charlotte Schnittger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schnittger and Fred Gibbons of Sherburn, son of postmaster Gibbons were married May 12 at Sioux Falls S. D. The young couple will live at Sherburn where the groom is ii» charge of the golf course. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Pollei and family attended a meeting of but- termakers Irom the 14th district at Madelia Thursday. There was scoring of butter and a speaker Miss Ruth Ryberg who teaches at Brewster, Minn., was a week end guest at the Harold Stanwick and E. A. Stanwick homes. H. P. Peterson, Harvey Eggestein and Albert Tramm spent the week end fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Knutson, Marlene and Gary and Miss Doris Peterson spent the week ccd at Carver and the twin cities. The ladies aid will meet Wednesday, May 31st. Hostesses are Mrs. Lester Peterson, Mrs. Ed Egertson and Mrs. Henry Herbrandson. ' The Alpha, Dunnell and Petersburg schools will have a field and track meet at the Petersburg school grounds Friday, May 26th, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Meyer and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Sever Knutson and son "Herman Yonker and Esther were supper guests at Victor Krelty home near Superior, Tuesday. The occasion celebrated Patty Kielty's 5th birthday anniversary. Miss Olive Knutson, ]2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Knutson entertained a large group of friends at her birthday party Saturday afternoon. Mrs. W. V. Peterson entertained at a birthday party Wednesday for her son Gene's eighth birth day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eheling and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Rasmussen and Dolores, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and family enjoyed a picnic at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of near Redwood Falls, Minn., are the parents of a boy born May 15 at a Marshall, Minn., hosnital. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Miss Gladys Remmele primary teacher in the Petersburg schools. Henry Herbrandson and Walter Clarksen were re-elected members of the school hoard at the Tuesday. ~11 election. Mr. and' Mrs.. Willys Stearns and family of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Egertson and family, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Johnson and Robert visited at the A. A. Johnson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Peterson and Dale of Heron Lake and Mrs, Peter Rasmussen called, at the Everett Salyards home in 'Jackson Thursday. Mrs. August Jensen and Ardyce Mrs. Garland Peterson and Dale of Heron Lake visited at Edward Soncek home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Peterson and pale of Heron Lake were Friday evening visitors at Sever Knutson's home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed W. Meyer and sons of Jackson were Sunday visitors at Pete Rasmussen's home. Mrs. H. P. Rasmussen, Mrs. Ray Rasmussen, Mrs.. Claude Rasmussen and Larry, Mrs. Don Poynter and daughters, Mrs. Clara Gilbert and Mrs. Frank Wieskus assisted Mrs. A. J. Anderson celebrate her 71st birthday monday. Mrs. Wm. H. Schneckloth left' by bus Saturday to Canton, Minn., to stay with her mother for some time. j Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lanning and j Fred Hansfelt left for Minneapolis Monday. Mrs. Lanning and Fred Hansfelt will receive medical treatment at the university hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Foster and Clifford near Estherville visited at Gladys Gilbert home Saturday. Mrs. H. P. Rasmussen was a caller there in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Aasby called at the C. A. Nasby home Sunday afternoon^ Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar Johnson and Rohert, Mrs. Chas. Olson of Jackson and Mrs. Johnson of Howard, So. Dak., called there in the evening. C. A. Nasby and Lloyd Nasby made a business trip to New Ulm Monday. MRS. WEIR HONORED ON BIRTHDAY DUNNELL, MINN.: Mrs. H. H. Weir's birthday was Tuesday, May 16 and a group of neighbors called to congratulate her and brought the lunch. Mesdames Joe Asp, J. C. Bliesmer, Leir Swanson daughter Violet and granddaughter Viola Swanson, Victor Nelson, Harry Mathwig and Misses Eleanor^Nelson, Esther Oselius and Helgeson. —V.R. FREE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. RE. Taylor, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Evening evangelistic sermon at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting each Thursday at the church at 8 p. m. Come worship with us. V .R< Try the Want Ad section - .was present Plans for a picnic H after Olson, B. B. Peterson, R. were made to be held June 8 at I. Appelquist and G. E. Heyman. Interlaken park at Fairmont. Announcement! We Are Hulling Oats Again After being laid up due to motor trouble since Saturday. We have installed all new power equipment especially made to fit our needs to avoid future trouble. Wish to thank our many customers for the co-operation and courtesies shown us during' our trouble with this equipment. Thanks indeed. We solicit new as well as old business in our Oat Hulling, Feed Grinding and Feed Mixing Departments Golden Sun Milling Co. Estherville, Iowa Elders' Value Store COTTON SPECIALS FOR NATIONAL COTTON WEEK 1.00 and 22C OUR BEST PRINTS 6 yards — • BATISTES and DIMITIES per yard SHEER SEERSUCKERS per yard WIDE SHEETINGS, excellent quality special per yard at PILLOW TUBING, linen finish, per yard 15 39c 29c 19c DRESSES Large selection of Sheer Dresses for hot weather. PLAY TOGS Slacks and Farmerettes Slacks with blouses, per set Ladies' Skirt, blouse and shorts, set 98c SJ.19 T Dresses Heavy Turkish Towels, 4 for . Curtains, assorted styles and Colors $-|.98 per pair 79c to • * . Heavy Cotton Bed- $| .98 Spreads, each . .. . 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