Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 8, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, May 8, 1952
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t^riefs in lIiV l\r\vs T. B.^ Heart Association Elects Officers Board of Review iMccts Till' ICninii't counly hoiird nf i f- \icw i .H nu'«'tinj4 in the county n.s- si'^sui's offk -c fill- iiljout 10 (liiys tt) irvtrw the 1952 asH(\«snu'nt. Thp Kminrt county T H :in <l Hcnrt Aaaoclation bonril licM It .i iinnual mootlnp Tuesday cvniinR at which time thry enjoyed a 6:30 j dinner In the Blue room of the i Oardaton hotel. | Election of officois for next i year was held. elected are j Mr.s. William Anderson, pre.sident: ] Lawrence Jen.-ien, vico-president: | Bccrctary and votinc dolesiate. Mrs : Frank Sullivan: trea.*ur. r. M :5. , Hattie Osniund.sen: city .-ii ,il eh:ii!man, Mrs. WilUam Hunt: co'.inty ' 8o ;U chairman. .Mr? H:\n :>1 F..-. ,i heart chairnnn. Mr? R .H .vh Mo- Kay; oducat:or..i! M- To Tell Story of F. B. I. 1.. W. Lo\"; rosb'.;;".^'.:on i !.A .r- man. Mrs. O E M r-on. ^:.\:.;'.:\ rhairniar.. Mr? .' C F-.-?.:d 5 <'n;a;iv-:. :J jr.u;- cr. "Th^ .xrfi cl..»- iri -,--.v .• .- t.-.'. ai,-i?:=:^ = -.. rA.::-i F.. :-.-cr.. sta:s <o.;;i-' c-.-r.rt. ch -Cif? xi h-r ::r-o A ;-.-. F^iuc i- tioc ' A •iu-ejt.-r. a."d A .-.>".i .-r r^ r- io<J folic•n-'T'i -i;;-;' cf Stat-, work* r?. Name Barp lo Vei.shea Posl Gordon Barp. son of Mrs. Dorothy BarK. 216 North Ninth street. E.sthervillo. has been appointed publicity riiairman of the V'eislioa EnL-in.Trini: open house at luwa State coll.^-.- The 1952 Veishea c- iehration, the larKe.<t .student r :' ..'\ced f*\-ti\al in the nation, v.:!! \.(-A M.i\ 15 to 17. I Countj Meefinp; Po.slponed The American L(!pion and au.xii- inry eininty nieelin>f wliich was* lo have l)een liild at Rlnp.sted Friday (vi ^ninn at 8 o'clock and wa.s to have bei'n preceded by a pot luck supper has been cancelled. The meeting will be held sometime the latter part of tile month with the date to be announced later. New Cars Licen.sed Vance \'. Wolf, Gracttmtor, Pon- liac, 32-4835: Robin.son Motors. E.^;- therville. Pontiac. 32-4839: John Mixell, RIngsted, Ford truck. T32- 914; C. M. Thomas. Rlnpsted. Chevrolet, 32-1840; Kenneth E May, Es- thervillo, Buick, 32-4841; K. E. Meadows, Esthorville, Studebaker. 32-4845. Alotion Is Corrected City Councilman Frank Rodpors made a motion at the regular council mentlnpt Monday night to eliminate the $4 per council meeting paid only to city employes who are already paid by the month. Tuesdays Dally News erroneously stated that the motion also included councilmen. However, the motion was not seconded and discussion on the matter was postponed for further meetings. The .-to:>- of the "G" man will lie --itudt r.t.-; .it f 45 a. ni. tomor- r, -i- by S ^n-. Orathwell. lecturer for 2'.'i '>i :ir.= m th.> United States. C :-ira -:.i- Ala-^ka and Japan. The :•-attire will be piven in Roosevelt ajd:;orrjni. Gratbwill will tell ho-.v the n.-\me '*G'" man for mem- ht rs of the fed.ral bureau of in- vo?-t!t:ation uriirinated and shows how the F B I. attacks crime and .sabotace. with Cii .-;e histories of no- tiirious criminals. The information on which th.' leelure is to be based was made available through the cooperation of J. Edcar Hoover, director tif the F B. I. Fined for Drunken Driving Tom Hundsness, of Esthervill", pleaded guilty to a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxi- ( ated in Judge Harry E. Narey s I court in Spirit Uiko Tuesday Ho I was fined $300 and costs, iccoiveil .1 9(i-day suspended jail sentence and 90-day driver's licinae su.spen- sion. Hund.i'ness was apprehended by Estherville police eaily Tuesday morning. E.\-POWs Must File Claim Former prisoners of World War rr may receive J1.50 a day compensation for time spent in enemy- prison camps under inhumane treatment oi forced labor, A. T. Bringle, home service director of the Red, reminded today. However, claims must be filed before Oct. 1 of this year and they are in addition to the amount previously allowed by law, said Bringle. The P. O. W. pay bill was signed into law in the middle of April. The money to pay those claims is taken from alien property funds confiscated during World War II and not from ta.xation. The war claims commission. Washington, D. C. has simplified forms of application available for distribution. Mrs. Miner'.s Sister Dies Mr. and Mrs Harvey Miner have leceived word of tlie death Tue.-:day of Mrs. Miner's sister, Mrs. A. E. Sperry of Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. .Sperry has visited here at the home of Mr. and Mrs_ Miner many times and is well remembered by tbiir friends. During the winter Mrs. Sperry f<'ll and broke her hip and was confined to the hospital for four months. However, she had fully recovered from this and wis at home when she became ill of a heart attack eaily in tlie week. Sh'j was taken back to tlu* hospital bur v.-ns there} less than two days wlir-r .'^lie died. Ml. and Mrs. Miner ar • not able to attend the fun<'ral ser\'ices but Mrs. Miner reported yesterday lliat she thought nieces and nefiliews from Grundy Center and Oak Park would go to Jacksi.n foi the services. Dcvicp May Halt False Alarms Philadelphia. May 8 im~Th". ne.xt time someone turns in a fals' alarm he m.iy be due for a sur Two hundred of tlie city's 3,200 fire bo.xes have been equipped wiih a special device in an effort to cut down on the more than 2,500 false lilarms sounded last year. The device is .-i .special siren hooked up to the alarm bo.\. When the alarm is pulled an ear-splitting who-o-o-osh fills the air. Fire department offiaials estimate the noise will alert residents in a two-block area and will most likely result in someone getting a good look at the person turning in the alarm. Counties Seek Survey The Emmet and Palo Alto county hoards of supervisurH met yesterday and agreed to request the soil conservation district of th«! two counties to make a preliminary survey of worli - necessary to clean out drainage district No. 21, Evculs Calendar Spring Bowling Meeting The spring semi-annual mcellng of the Estherville Bowling associ- atlon will be held Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Pla-Mor alleys. Distribution of prize money will bo made and election of officers for the 1952-53 season will be held. Other association business also will be discussed. All members of I association bowling ' teams arc invited to attend. FARM EQUIPMENT DEARBORN UEI CULTIVATORS • Con b« attochtd to tht Ford Tractor in tocondd Eoiy to etiiiigo {obi. • Fait In tlio flold... Savo timo, incrooio productloa • i«y on tiio oporotor, oaiy on pi«tttt-i)vt tough on wotdt I • WM-I ( wall In any typo toll. Choice of K'lKid Shunk or SprliiK Shanl^ modcU. Save your time and do a fast, clean cuUivntinK job! Ford Tractor Hydraulic Touch Coutrol lifts (he cultivator for quicic turning and for workiiiK out point rowi. Accurate automotive type steorinK and Uuo- Scrvo typo brakot permit cluia cuitlvating and short, easy turns. Cost Only $22900 Delivered Right to Your Own Farm l.itt typo, work fnit! No ruitlvalor neurly ai |oo(l lu rnin, toy keuiit, and olher row eropi. Stop 111 and lut ui tell you iibout their ndvautagat! Smith Tractor & Implement Co. Estluirvillo, Iowa ASK US FOR COMPLETE DETAILS President Is 68, '•Feels Like 28" Washington, May 8 /P—-President Truman ii= 68 today. "I feel 28." he told reporters. His physician. Brig. Gen. Wallace Graham, said that , despite the burdens ho has carried during his seven years in the White House, the President's health and wellbeing are "even above the average of men of his age who have not been under similar strain." To Hold Rummage Sale Women of the Estherville Golf and Country club will hold a rummage sale Saturday morning in the north meeting' room of the city hall. The sale will start at 9 a. m. Mrs. S. O. Ewen, sale chairman, haa asked that articles donated be brought to the city hall tomorrow. If anyone la unable to bring them to the hall provision has been made to have the articles picked up by calling either 1093 or 1738W. EDITORS— Continued from page 1 own personal preference amonn thi- candidates. In the race, ID said thoy would like to vote for Eisenhower and eight for Taft. In the governor race. 11 said they favored Kvan.'^ and two were tnf Heardsloy. * » » NOT AI.I, KIHTOKH attending participatid in the puU.i and some V, ill) voted on llie piesidential quex- tion did not voli- in the guberna- t'rial contest. Tlio poll was a personal expri 'S .sion which did not r.'cessai ily icflict thi- sentiment of Ihi- papeis reproHontod. At tiie Iowa Al^ME meeting pro- pi-r, the managing editors discuss- 1 (1 matters incidint to fortheom- iiig conversion of the Iowa Associated ProH.s circuit to teletyposetter operation and related matters. M. J. Sheen, Associated Press general exi -eutivo. New York, led the tele- typesetter di.scussion. D<>ul)lc £ Club Meets The regular first Thursday-of- the-month meeting of the E-E (Emmet and , Estherville townships) 4-H club was held last week at the Mrs. Edna Moritz home Twenty-two out of 24 members were present including Charlei Pullen who recently joined. During the meeting delegates and alternates were chosen to attend camp and shortcourse this summer. A movie pertaining to fertilizer and a comedy on colds were shown by George Chlpman. Mrs. Moritz served lunch after the meeting which will be the last regular meeting until August. The Doublc- E club tour will be held June 13. starting at 8 a. m. from the Moritz farm. iKNDS" TONITK" SIIKLI.EV G.VKY WINTKUS .MEKKII.!. PHONE CALL FROM A STRANGER" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILLIAM HOLDEN I Boots Malon«. WHHNir STEWART CO-FEATURES AllAN mi The Weather OFFI(3IAL TEMPEB.'ITURE.S MaximviTi yesterday: 59 Minimum last night: 45 TODAY'S WEATHER 8 a. m. Noon Temperatures: 46 49 Wind, direction: Calm ENE Wind, velocity: Calm 3 Barometer: 29.73 29.71 Rain: .25 inches. IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy west, mostly cloudy elsewhere this afternoon. Little change in temperature except locally cooler south central. Showers or thunderstorms beginning along western liorder this afternoon. High today 66 to 70 west, 55 lo 65 Cloudy and continued cool tonight. Rain tonight and Friday with thunderstorms likely tonight and early Friday. Rain ending late Friday. Low tonight 45 to 50. High Friday 52 to 58. Further outlook: Partly cloudy and a little warmer with Isolated afternoon showers Saturday. MINNESOTA FORECAST Mostly cloudy and continued cool tonight and Friday, occasional rain most of south portion tonight, ending Friday. Low tonight 34 to 40 north, 40 to 46 south. High Friday 54 to 62. Tonight Wiv-Tan-Yo 6:.30 p. ni. Dinner meeting In the Blue room of the Gardston hotel. Adult Degree of Honor. 8 p. m. At the I. O. O. F. hall. Practice for Inspection. Officers and members urged to be present. A.A.U.W. Book aub. 8 p. m. At the home of Mrs. Orris Sunde. The Rev. Thomas B. Melton will review "Lincoln and the Bible." Knights of Pythias. 8 p. m. Regular meeting. Certificates of award. Women of tlie Moose. 8 p. m. Regular meeting nt the city hall. North Star Lodge No. 447. 8:00 p. m. Stated meeting. Friday Genenil W. S. C. S. of the Jlethodlst Churcli. 1:15 p. m. May Day luncheon in the church basement. Mrs. Thomas Hamilton, program chairman. Playlet by officers of the society. Special music. Annual pledge day. All women of the church urged to attend. Mrs. Ernest Smith and Mrs. William Hencman, co-chairmen. All People's Orouv» or the ChrlHtian Church. 2 p. m. Meet with Edith Lair. Mrs. Waldo Brink. leader. Oraco Church Monthly Family Night 6:30 p. m. At the church. Bring your own supper. Coffee will be provided. PoHt Prc«ddents of Degree of Honor. 7:30 p. m. At the home of Mrs. George Kibbce. Co-hostess, Mrs. Ed Meincrs. Please notify hostess If unable to attend. Ser*1ce Star Legion. 7:30 p. m. Glee club, star points, flag bearers will practice for state convention. Family Night rrogram of Walllngford Church. 8 p. m. At the church parlors. Program honoring mothers will be sponsored by L. D. R. The public Is invited. Hawkeyo Trail Riders. 8 p. m. Meet In the city hall. Anyone intcrcstod Invited. Election of officers. Important business. Bring your lunch. Coffee provided. Saturday Coimtry Chib Rummage Sale. 9 a. m. In the north meeting room of the city hall. Children's Story Hour. 10:30 a. m. In the city library. For all children of kindergarten through 4th grade. Visitors welcome. There will be only three more story hours. Woman's Club Annual May Breakf&st 8:30 a. m. At the Margaret Mar niece school. Guest day with members responsible for their guests' breakfast tickets. Mrs. Oma Huff Mangold of Armstrong will Install officers for next year. Mrs. Walter Schlld- knecht Jr., program chairman. Mrs. B. B. and Mrs. Vcrle Stone, breakfast chairmen. Wesleyaii S«»rvlce Guild. 8 p. m. At the homo of Mrs. George Kibbee, assisted by Mrs. C. M. Gronstal and Miss Maude Hamilton. Program topic "Choose Ye This Day." Lesson leader, Ivadell Ross. Devotional leader, Mrs. Hattie Osmundsen. It takes about five quarts of j milk to make a pound of American cheese; as a result cheese Is a concentrated food high in nutrients. The interior of continents usually have greater extremes of heat and cold than do islands surrounded by the seas. ml (nt kwib sharme^r mi — in a dither over Mother's Day? Noticing will pleaae her more than ptrftct-fitting Belle-Sharmeert! Leg-iised to cling like her own ahadow-they'll flatter her so—ihe'll feel like a glamour girl. We'll be glad to help you select her peraoual leg-aice. 1.36 to 1.9S bray (or ilendar or tmall legi •iMiSiolO^ •iadit* (or average slse !•(• •itei 8Vi to 11 daahaaa (or tall, largsr lags lite* 9H to 11 •l«salc (or larasst Inf* •iMi9H lallVi Christensen's "Quality First with Branded Lines" SLANTS— . Cimtfnuecl from page 4 Jim McNulty and members of Fairmont Bwtebnll association scouted Cioick recently when Michigan State played Minnesota at Minneapolis. He is 6-3, weighs 210 and is regarded as a long-hall hit tci-. He hit .3.39 last .venr in the Big Ten. * * * Bobby Dolan, son of Shanty who played with the old Estherville Eagles, will be assigned to a Brooklyn farm club when he finishes his second year of college at St. Thomas in June. Bobby last year hit .297, stole 38 bases and banged out 11 home runs during two months with Ponca City, Okla., in class D ball. Dolan played for Carroll two years ago. Phil Gall! van, Brooklyn Dodger scout, says Dolan will be assigned to any team from class A down' that needs a shortstop when Bobby's school term is finished. Galllvan thinks Bobbv may be ready for class A ball. * * « Arle Brink, who has been basketball coach at Hospers for the past four seasons, has been hired as basketball coach at Storm Lake next year to succeed Cfiarlie Hess, who will coach at Sioux City Central. Brink has had some creditable teams at Hospers. This year's team won 20 out of 22, losing only to Sioux Center and Alton St. Mary's. *, « • Reports from spring football practice at Iowa State college indicate that several northwest Iowa lads are In the running for varsity spots on the 195? Cyclone team. Those mentioned include Bob Rohwedder of Albert City, Ron Thompson of Cherokee, Dick Mann of Spencer, Bob Mellgren of Eaglo Grove, Dick Cherpinsky of Sioux City and Lee Spence of Cherokee. Several of Coach Abe Stuber's boys have shown up so well on both offense and defense that he may be forced to let them "go both ways" in a return to some old-fashioned football next fall. Stuber Fays his squad has roade good progress In spring drills. He has been Impressed with the running of Frank Congiardo, Cherpinsky, Paul Shupe, Emory Elchorn and Max Burkett. I'lstluTvillc, lowtt, Daily New.** Tliurs., May 8, 1052 C Never use evaporated milk when you are making a rennet dessert- It will keep the dessert from sot­ ting. Use fresh milk with rennet custards. Quick breads with sugar in them will u.sunlly have a browner crust than those that do not; sugar, through Its tendency to caramcliza aids browning.' Maytag Net Income Off New York !P —The Maytag company of Newton, reported yesterday that net income ended March 31 totaled $1,851,934 compared with $1,918,266 tor the same period of last year. Forests arei found more than 100 miles beyond the Arctic Circle. Route S KathervUle Why did Harold Howard, buy a new Case Side Raice? Harold says: The drive gears are completely enclosed and run in oil. Tlie cui'ved teetli are easily and quickly replaced. I thinli tlie large grease reservoirs in the reel arnis and the eccentric ring will require less frequent greasing and will make for a much longer-lived rake. * * * Why not see this rake at B B Implement We SERVICE what we sell' Estherville, Iowa Phone 197 Get In On CITY CLUB's Big... Jacob Schmidt •rowing Co., St. Paul, Minn. Talcc tWxi sensational opportunity to discover riglit now liow today's o«W CITV CLUB can bring you a brand new treat in ttiirst-quenching refreslimeat during ttte hot tumnMr days ahead. Buy... try... compare ••: CITY CLUB during Schmidt'* Spring Beer Festival with ihif ' amazing, no-rislc guarantee: "We will •} refund double your money bacic if yoii don't agree that CITY CLUB |a tht,: best tasting beer in town!" One li^ M ^^Ff:you'll Icnow tiie extra pleasure in t^:qn|^^ beer that's Reatiy mmffl-MEU .6v. pryVi'; THOUSAND! NO lONOIR SAY «<IIIR",s, ciffcimi BUR Distributed by RUSS W. EVELETH Estherville, Iowa

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