Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 1, 1939 · Page 3
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ;K*B:I:H IVJUUR, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1,1939 MRS. DONOVAN HOSTESS TO AUXILIARY Mis. G. M. Donovan, president of the American Legion Auafcry, entertained the officers and committee chairmen of the local unit, at her home Frilay p. m. The yearly reports «f the auxiliary were made out, after which the of ternoon was spent socially. The group honored Mrs. Henry Mykx who goes to Forest City to mate her home in the very near future. Luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon by Mrs. Donovan. Those present were Mrs. Henry Myhr, Mrs. Ernest Smith, Mrs. R. R. TOlea, Mrs. Art Williamson, .Mrs. Gene Weir, Mrs. B. Oksner, Mrs. Dan Howard, Mrs. M. P. Reid, Mrs. Henry Paulson, Mrs. Ralph McKay, Mrs. Ed Sorum, Mrs. Arthur Fosstnn, Mrs. Irwin Nichols, Mrs. Irving EUerston, Mrs. Wm. Roberts, Mrs. Ed Meiner, Mrs. Ray iBryan, Mrs. Ralph Creger, Mrs. L. E. Thomas, Mrs. E. E. Moore, and Mrs. Claude Randolph. /BETTER LUCK CLUB HOLDS SPECIAL MEETING The Better Luck club of Iowa Lake township held a special meeting Saturday at the home of Mrs. Elbert Hays. Verna McKean Was elected as a candidate for county office. Wylma Hill will be her campaign speaker. Ruth Henrich and Fern McKean were chosen as rally day hostesses. Eleanor Mehnich will act as usher. The club chose Mrs. Raymond McKean to help them with their picnic supper. Those present were Mrs. Edwin McKean,. Christina Lowenberg, assistant leader, Verna McKean, Fern McKean, Lulla Keough, W^yl- •ma Hill and the hostess. •IRS. SCHAPBR HOSTESS TO DEGREE OF HONOR The Degree of Honor Protective Association will ^tneet Jo* IS at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Otto fSehaper. The committee is composed of Mrs. Schaper, Mrs. Chas. |<B. Anderson, Mrs. H. H. Hanson and Mrs. Clarence Knrta. Degree of Honor inspection will he held Jane 23 instead of Jane (43 and wffl be in the Oddfellow hall. HOSPITAL NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Corey are the parents of a son born on Sunday. A son-was also born "that day, in the hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hanbnson ,of Graettinger. Howard Jones, Ringsted youth, is in the hospital .for medical treatment Frank Leopold of Superior underwent an operation Sunday for ruptured appendix. His "condition is serious. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reinheimer are the parents of a baby daughter born May 27. VJt. Robert M. Macdonald of Chicago, 111., returned to his home last night after spending several days with his father, F. A. Macdonald. IQCAIS Miss Marvis Lowman is visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. William Ridley. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fox and child of Waterloo are* visiting Mr. Fox's mother, Mrs. Ella Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith spent Sunday in Algona with Mr. and Mrs. Smith's sister and family. Mr. and MM J. T. Porter spent Memorial day with Mr. -Porter's mother and aunt in Guthrie Center. Miss Ora Williams is vacationing in Chicago. She is visiting with friends. Lawrence ajindson was op from Ida Grove for over Decoration day to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. eTimdsen and brother Walter. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hockaba drove to Pony Monday ami visited than over Decoration day with her sister Mrs. Carrie Bristle and niece Mrs. Everett Evans. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bos worth •ot Chicago arrived here Monday and returned Wednesday to their home after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bosworth, Wlffiam Denting, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Osgood and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Je* Tcmjw of CMcag* *ufe«t over Decoretie* Day with Mr, ami Mrs. Sat* ami Mr. sad Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. Ways* Boats**or have moved from the Nekton apaiuamta to the recently completed Lovgh apartments ea Fifth AVOMM North. return to f Mr. and Mrs. Barney loft Monday oa their their home to Cseseardie, Iffhey had visited here over the sreek endd as gooses at the S. T. Egertson homo. Mr. Hanson was Iformer manager of the local J. C Penney store. He now owns amf manages a beverage company at hConcordia. At present he is convalescing from serious injuries to his back received in aa auto accident several months ago. Mtos Cera S«s4» retwremi kom last week from X«c*J**» S» Dak, e Misawaaalta t* ft*a few days *** Mtw SCISM HS». Mr. and Mrs. Hooter )Uf f -t ihave flsesd she Roger** *»*• ftm the Orioans Ho*** Mr ***** u ecwytsd a p «riW«« wits UM Welsh Rotary Pwsm C*, of Seurn linko. They trill matte— msV» Mrs. Rvhy Hmanuun *Md tor Lsnore rebumod home THn- day from Roe hoe tor. Mtan M>>« tenors umlemeat an of*rr»:w< there 10 days before from **»rh she is ssafcing * splendid reeowr She will he aUe to return m th. {fall to coattone her training in the nurse*' school at Sc Mary'* hospital. Frank Godfrey of Marian came Saturday to remain in Estherville with friends over Decoration day. James Kittrell of Claremore, Okla., is visiting here with his sister, Mrs. L.* E. Ashley. Guests at the C. J. Mathieson 4ome the past week were Mrs. Earl Johnson and M. M. Fenn of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stouse drove |*o Davenport and other Iowa points for the week end and over Memorial day. J.. J. Buckley, daughter Miss Geraldine and son Joe were guests Sunday with relatives at Spirit Mrs. try OsgAotf ot Iowa City and tffannson BbKby Penrose 'of . Burlington 40 /Hn& Sonday morning to «pmnt the smmner at the Osgood cottage mf Spirit Lake. Robert Broms, 14 year old son [Of Mr. and Mrs. Selby Broms has a pleasant vacation ahead of him. He will leave Saturday for Portland, Oregon, to visit with his uncles Anton and Entil. Broms. Last Call! WE ARE CLOSING OUR SEASON WITH A BANG! v , :: •:. v;; v ;. . - ; •;,• v; 4 r* Z:s -,: -• • ^ -. • ••• • Last call for Bahy Chicks;. Get: your last brood of chicks now. Last hatch June 8th: HURRY! rlOT^i/ *' With our last of season special prices they are going fast- WOODLEY'S HATCHERY You are cordially invited to visit our NEW PLANT June 5th to 9th 2 to 9 R M. - - s<r g - - f - '7 - 1 ,4 .J-1- 1 i: i Everybody Welcome Gome and see how Coca-Cola is bottled by , modern automatic machines . how • the purity and wholesomeness of Coca-Cola is protected w'^th scrupulous care and cleanliness. We are open for your inspection, and welcome a personal visit from you, at any time. Come and bring the children to the reception . celebrating the- opening of our new plant Everybody is invited. Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

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