Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 9, 1952 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, May 9, 1952
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Social New» Mothers Entertained by Kindergarten Kiddies The RoosDvoH and McKlnlpy kindergartens of which Miss Rosanne Hoeun Is teacher honored their mothers nt separate pnrtleH held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and this mornlnp nt 10 o'clock. FoUowlnfi: the interesting and varied proRrani piven by members of the classes each child went to )ils or her mother, took her up front and presented her with a potted jjansy plant, the container of which had been painted and decorated by the children. She alnn received ;i cup cake at this time. But the mothers weren't the only ones surprised, for upon ri'ceivini^ their invitations they got busy antl planned a surprise for Miss HnRan, who is to be married this summer. The two groups presented her witli a gift of pottery, part of which .fhf received at yesterday afternoon's party and tlie other part at this morninK's. * The Uoosovelt group met yesterday afternoon and the following prograjii was presented: "Pretty May Flowers," every- FUR STORAGE PROTECTS- CONSERVES No "jf.s", "ands" or "buts" .. . our scientific cold storage keeps your furs looking lovelier and wearable lortger. Guaranteed safe from moths, fire, theft and heat. Rea.sonabIe. Insured by us. Cleoners Phone 14 GUARANTEED body. "Tlirec Billy OoMts (Jruff," Hi^ Billy Cioat, .lira I-ec; Middle-Sized, Betty Uieke; I..ltlle Goat, Uicliy Thoniiis; Troll, Itobert Johnston. "Five hiltli' SriuirrelH." Neil Clark "T.n |ic )t .Song, I,inda Kolpin. Miuy ,1(1 Bucltley, Susan Slrube. "The Turtle," Mark Ooecke. "Mary }Iad a Uittle Lamb," Mary Lou Henson. "Ilock-a-By.' Baby," Itutb Ann Sli 'VciiH, Vltki Sue Giles. "Till' I'laffic (."»[)," Tommy Eide, Diiw Rnd, Billy Eral. "I-iltle Boy Blue," Victor C'.orecz- kfiwskl. ".lack Be Nimble," Du.'ine Topp. "Jack and Jill," Kenny Spires, "llumpty numply." Duane Crap- Ber. "Little Bo f'eep," Shirley Hively. "Little Miss .\Iuffett," Jerrllyi\ Lee. Ducky Puddle," Bobby Tire DRUG STOKE Your Prescription Specialists ! Pharmacists on Duty' Day and Night Serving your prescription needs proniptly and efficicnUy. J. I-. Iloye — Fhone IS •Little Cooklln. Rhythm band — "Mocking Bird Hill," "Twinkle Twinklo Little Star," everybody. "HelpinB Mother," everybody. • This progratn with parti being taken by pupila of the McKlnlcy group was presented this morning for their mothers. "The Rooster Song," Deannc Bulhman. "The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Little Goat, Ronald McLane; Middle-sized, Nancy Thcophllus; Big Goat, Kristi Challberg. "Two Uttlc Birds," Colleen Hood. "Teensy Wecnsy Spider," Joan Mitchell. "Mocking Bird Hill," Donnle and Geralyn. "The Beehive," Jimmy Schwld- der. "The Teapot Song," Janet Whitish, Linda Tangeros, Kristi Challberg, Dcanne Buthman, Geralyn Daniclson. "Mary Middling," Janet Whitish. "Mrs. Peck Pigeon," Kathy Edwards. "Five Little Squirrels," Tim Coffle. "Mix a Pancake," David Nelson. "Robbln Robin," Lorraine Fish­ er, Krlsflne Schutt. "Mice," Donnle Walters. "Old King Cole," Allan Browne. "Little Bo-Pcep," Janet Dab no. "Jack and Jill," Dennis Tipple. "Mary Had a Little I>nmb," George Enderson, Sheryt Hively. "The Turtle," Dinnnc Reeves. "May Flowers," Lorraine Fisher, Deanne Buthman, Kristi Challbcrg, Krlstlne Schutt. "The Traffic Cop," Kathleen Enderson, Garllnda O.-igc. Dlanne Reeves. • . "Helping Mother," everybody. * Rinpttod Royftl N<^lKhborf! GuefltH of Gruver Lodgo The Rlngsted Royal Nelghbois of America were the guests Wed- ne.sday of the Gruver lodge In a joint meeting at the schooUiouse. The purpose of the meeting was to practice for the district convention wliich will be held at the .schoolhouse June 11, with the Gruver lodge as hostesses. Mrs. Johnson, district deputy of the R.N.A. of Sioux Rapids, was present at Wednesday's meeting. At the close of the afternoon practice session refreshments were served by Mrs. Prank Ramsey and Mrs. Lester Ramsey. Slumber Forty Affects Gruver Glrla in School. School personnel out Gruvcr-way wondered why several of the girl students seemed so listless Wednesday morning. The girls fell asleep at their desks, didn't answer when spoken to, walked around at a stumbling pace and In general acted like they hadn't had any sleep, which Is very nearly the truth. The whole thing was cleared up when the girls admitted that they had been on a slumber party at Myrna Jcspcrson's Turn to page S, column 6 Religious A nnouncenwnls Once Again the Daily News Adds to the Capacity of its Commercial Printing Plant Press Increases Dally News Commercial Printing Production by 48,000 Impressions P^r Day. In keeping with its policy to provide complete, modem printing facilities, the Daily News has iiuaa]Ie<d a hew press (pictured above) which produces printing through the lithographic process. This new equipment, together with the finest letterpress! facilities, makes ipossible the production of a wide variety of printing, including the economic reproduction of circular letters and other direct mdil materials. The Dally News will be glad to serve your pinnting heeds ~ just phone 333 and a salesman will call. "Northwest lowa^s Most Modern Printing Plant" Estherville Daily News Commercial Printing Department Local Churches Welcome Visitors GRUVER I'BEaBVTBRIAN H. C. McMican 10 a. m.—Sunday school. 11 a. m.—Mother's Day service. Wednesday, May 14—Westminster Fellowship nt 7:30 p. m. Leader, Mildred Harvey. Thursday, May 15-^Ladlcs' League nt 2:30 p. m. nONTINGTON AND DOIXIVajU METHODIST C. K. Hudson Huntington: Church service 9:30. Sunday school 10. Dolllver: Sunday school 10. Church service 11. Thome, "A Message for Mother's Day." Welcome. FREE METHODIST Herbert J. Baker Listen to the "Light and Life" hour over WMT, Cedar Rapids at 8:16 a. m. or on the CBS network at 8:30 a. m. 10 a. m, Sunday school. Honor mother and attend. 11 a, m. Morning worship serv. Ice, theme, "My Mother." 7:16 Young peoples chorus. 7:15 Prayer service. 7:40 p. m. Young peoples service. 8 p. m. Evening message. Honor mother by attending church on Mother's day. GRACE EPISCOPAL Sunday, May 11. Fourth Sunday after Baster. 9 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon. "Whither Gooat Thou?" Church school meet.s during the service. The semi-annual Ingathering of the United Thank offering will bo presented at this service. All women of the church are urged to bring in their Blue boxes. Wednesday, May 14. The convention of the Diocese of Iowa will convene in St. Paul's church, DCS Moines. The opening service will be at 10 o- m. in St. Paul's church. WALLINGFOBD LUTHERAN C. B. Gunderson Divine services next Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school and Bible classes at 10:45 a. m. Confirmation class Saturday at 9 a. m. Junior choir rehearsal Saturday morning at 9:30. L.D.R. Family Night Friday at 8 p. m. This is an evening especially to honor Mothers but it Is so planned that all the family is invited to be there to honor mothers. Senior choir rehearsal Thursday at 8 p. m. L.D.R. Sewing circle meets Wednesday evening May 14 at 8. Hostesses will be Marian Hansen, and Marlbello Woldon. W.M.F. meeting Thursday afternoon. May 16 at 2:30. Serving committee will be Mmcs. Amos Egeland, Malta Jacobson, C. I. Skatte- bo, Gilbert Bloom and Dora Rcf- BCll. Walllngford Lutheran, the church with a hearty welcome for everyone. Is This Your Car License Number? 32-4033 If It Is, clip this ad and you will recoivo a FREE GREASE job. Please stop In within the next two weeks at Mart's Skelly Service. LOOK FOR YOUR NTJM- BER EVERY WKEK! We arc lubrication experts MART'S Skelly Service 107 a ifh IMSIANUEL LUTHERAN ((Missouri Synod) North Sixth Street William P. Henllne 8:46 and 11 a. m.—Divine services. 10 a. m.—Sunday school. The Ladles Aid society will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 2:15 p. m. BAPTIST G. E. Porssell 10—Bible school classes. 11—Morning service. Anthem: "O Gift Divine" (Nolter). Message: "Mother's World." Presentation of new equipment, memorials to the church. Youth hour, beginning at 6:45 p. m. 8:00 p. m., evening service. Wednesday, 8 p. m., mid-week service. A meeting of special helpfulness and significance. GOSPEL MISSION Lawrence F. Guge Street service Saturday night 8. Sunday school 9:46 a. m. Morning worship 10:45. Rev. Ar- nc Dahl of Chicago will be bringing the message. Evening evangelistic service 8. Our special services now In progress will continue nightly througn Thursday night with Pastor Dahl speaking at each service. On Tuesday night there will be an ordination service for Earl H. Browne, who Is entering Into full time ministry, having accepted the pastorate of the Sheldon Gospel Tabernacle at Sheldon. Ladles prayer group meets Wednesday afternoon at 2. The public is extended a warm welcome to attend all services. SUPERIOR METHODIST Howard Peterson 10 a. m.—Sunday school. 11 a. m.—Worship service. Mea- sago subject: "Susanna Wesley: mother" Friday, May 9, 7:30 p. m.—Junior Fellowship meets with Maurice and Marvin. Tuesday, May 13, 8:00 p. m.— Choir practice. Wednesday, May 14, 2:40—Preschool Bible class. 3:30 p. m.—Primary fellowship. 7 p. m.—Senior fellowship. Thursday, May 15, 8 p. m.—Ad­ ult Bible study. May 18—IMstrict conference at Rock Rapids, ~ May 18—Montgomery - Superior Sunday school picnic. Upper room devotional thought for the day: Christ in the heart of each of us assures happiness in our home.—Ada C. Davison (New Jersey). CHRISTIAN Clyde C. Leeds Sunday: 9:45 a. m. Church school. 10:60 a. m. Morning worship and communion. Sermon subject, "Tha Art of Motherhood." Vocal solo, "My Mother" by Miss Leota Anderson. 6:30 p. m. Christian Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Infant dedication service. Monday: 8 p. m. Conference on the Com munlty Vacation Bible school at the Christian church. 8 p. m. Circle groups of the Christian Women's Fellowship will meet as follows: The Yakima group, Mrs. Merle Strube leader, at the home of Mrs. Wayne Andre; the Hazel Green group, Mrs. Weber leader, at the home of Mrs. Audrey Hockett; the Child Saving Institute group, Mrs. Bruce Hoien leader, at the home of Mrs. L^irs And erson. Wednesday: 7:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Thursday: 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible study hour. "Prayer Is tho power by which the church lives." Friday: 2 p. m. General meeting of tho Christian Women's Fellowship and annual election of officers. Notice: Tho annual election of church officers will bo hold on Sunday morning. May 18 at tho close of the hour of worship. Estherville, Iowa, Dally News Friday, May 9, 1952 2 Tpt VUlUN BODY ii the most (x>mp1ical«d iMclianUtn vtvt •TMted^ Not all of iu procsoMei U» thoroughly under- (tood fven by thois who dcTote then: live* to a study of them. It k not •urpriting, therefore, that peraoiu witiiout Medical training who attempt to diagnoae and preacribe for their own leriout ill* often do theroseWe* irreparable dawage. Have reapect for your body. You can never get another. When illneaa come*, contult a phytician. He i* a (peoialiit in hi* line, juit at we are in the butince* of filling hit pr.eacriptiofa. Estberville Drug Co. "The Comer Drug Store" UNION .STATE LINK Petersburg, Minn. R. A. Olsen Morning worship nt 9:30. Mother's dny me .s.sHge and speolal mu- Pic. Sunday school ut 10:30. Confirmation Instruction. Saturday, 10:30, PALESTINE LUTHERAN R. A. Olsen Sunday school at 10. Morning worstiip at 11. Special Mother's day message. Tuesday, May J3, L.D.R. Dorcas' society meets nt the Gust Valen home. l'ELLOW.SinP TABERNACLE Kenneth Fogelmon 1016 Sixth Avenue south- Sunday services: ' Sunday school 10 a. m. • ' ' Morning worship 11,-i. m: Evangelistic service 8 p. m. • ' Tuesday: Bible study and prayer meeting 8 p. m. Wednesday: Prayer meeting 1:30 p. m. Friday: Fellowship service 8 p.m. Thought for the week: John 16: 13—Howbeit, when He tne Spirit of truth, is come, He will guide .vou into nil truth. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE , Regular services are hold each Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school convenes at 10 a. m. The Wednesday evening meeting which Includes testimonies of heal Ing, experiences and remorka pu; Christian Science, is held on the fU'st and third Wednesdays of each' month at 8 p. m. "Adam and Fallen Man" will Ijo the subject of the lo.sson-Bcrmori on May 11, in all Churches of Christ, Scientist. The Golden text is "As in Adam ail die, even so In Christ shall all be made alive " (1 Corinthians 15:22). ' You and your friends are cordially invited to attend these services. IMMANUEL EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN C. B. Gunderson Divine .services next Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school and Bible classes at 10 a. m. Mission society Sunday evening at 8. Hostesses will be Mmes. James McGregor, Howard Mitchell. W. W. Robinson. Confirmation class Saturday at 10:45 a. m. Senior choir rehearsal Thursday evening at 8:30. Women's Missionary federation' Wednesday afternoon, May 14 at 2=30. Hostesses will be Mmes. Edgar Iverson, Eugene Droke, Arnold M. Olson. Women's prayer circle Wednesday afternoon at 1:30. Immanuel Lutheran extends a most cordial welcome to everyone. ESTHERVILLE LUTHERAN L. G. Hlnderaker Sunday—Mother's Day: 9:45 a. m. Sunday school and Bible classes. 11 a. m. Morning worship with the Rev. M. T. Gilbertson of Waldorf college as guest speaker. 8 p. m. Junior Luther league. 8 p. m. Organ concert by Miss Louise Haack. ' Saturday: 9:30 a. m. Junior and Senior conflrmands. 10:30 a. m. Junior choir rehearsal. Wednesday: 0:30 a. m. Women'a prayer group. 7:15 p. ni. Boy Scouts. 8 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Thursday: 8 p. m, Bible study and prayer feUo\VBhlp. Welcome to Estherville Lutheran church! FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Thomas G. Melton "Welcome Is the Stranger in our Midst." 9:30—Sunday school for all ages. 11—Divine worship. Sermon topic, "What Is a Christian Home?" 8:30 — Westminster Fellowship, Connie Larsen, leader. Monday: 12—Presbytery Fellowship at tho manse. 6:30—Missionary Guild will meet at tho home of Mrs. L. C. Rovn. 7:30—Boy Scouts pf America, Mr. Rovn, scoutmaster f Mri.^.Boe- be, assistant. ' Wednesday: ' , -; 2;00—Splrituol Life prayer; and study group. 7:15—Chaijcel choir party and practice. . ' Friday: 2:30—All Circles: Partello-Weo Circle with Mrs. Harry Bauman, Mrs. Uoyd Allen and Mrs. G. H. Ralfe assisting. Heldke-Hanson Circle with Mrs. H. O. Schroder, Mrs. Mary Sooth and Mrs. Ira Swartz assisting. Story - Schoonover Circle with Mrs. Norwood Zohnor, Mrs. Har- Tum to pace 6, oolanm 7 echo m in BOOK FORM ^NOIXTlACdif 4u rovt mm UUY AND LEAVL flLM HERtI Estherville

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