Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 10, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Saturday, May 10, 1952
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I'rrsoiial iVI<'iili«»n Attending National Labor Convention Mr. and Mrs. Horh Frans.-n Infl for Denver this mornins where Mr. Kransen will represent eif;ht Iowa labor unions at the national labor convention which will be held there next weelt. Marriage Licenses Issued FVancls M. Reynolds, 28, Esth ervllle and Betty Jean Beaver. 26, EstherviUe; Eidle W Mustard Jr., 21, Esthervllle and Kathrvn Ciarli. 20. EstherviUe. Walton Family Fish Fr.v The annual Izaul< Walton "Family Affair" fish fry v.ill \w h.-ld Monday night at 7 o'cioclt at the K. P. hall. The event Is sponsore«i by the Emmet county chapter o.' the Izaak Walton league. Fined for Careless Driving Donald T. Helnilch, of Gruver. was fined $2S and costs after ho pleaded guilty to a' eharpre of careless driving in Mayor Dan Howard's court today. A car driven by Helmich was involved in a traffic accident with a car driven by Alvin T. Stucland, rural route four of EstherviUe, at 1:45 a. m. today 160 feet west of 15th sti-oet on Central avenue. Slucland's car, hcitdlng east on Central, collideU with it. Estimated damage to the Stueland car was $32.59 to the left rear fender, acceding to police reports. The right back fender of tho Helmich car also was damaged but no monetary estimate was available. Cars driven by Robert E. Pay, of rural EstherviUe, and by A. H. Bixby, of EstherviUe, collided at 9:45 a. m. today 150 feet north of Central avenue on North Sixth street, police also reported today. Fay was backing from a curb on North Sixth when his car collided with the Bixby car going south on North Sixth. Estimated damage to the Fay car was $S2.6S to the left back fender, tail light and bumper. The right front end of the Bixby car also was damaged but n monetary estimate was not available. To Appear on Television Glen Logan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Logan, will appear on n television program which will be broadcast from station WOI-TV n; Ames Tuesday. Muy 13 at 9 p. m. Mr. Lognn is majoring in agronomy at Iowa State college and th^program is being sponsored by that department. Mr. Logan Is' an Air, Force ROTC student at Iowa State college and Is to bo ussigneu this summer to Hill Air Force has-.' in Ogden. Utah. Good Rains Fall in loiva DPS Molncs, May 10 (/P}—Good rains ranging to more than an inch at some points fell In Iowa during the past 24 hours to the accompaniment of cooler weather which saw the mercury drop as low as 39 at Sioux City last night. The weather bureau said there is a good chance of scattered light frost in low places in northern Iowa tonight. Skies wore clearing today after rains which ended in western Iowa about noon yesterday and over eastern Iowa during the night. Yesterday's highest Iowa temperature was 60 at Spencer and it was expected to be only slightly warmer today. Most human cancer is found in older people, but no age is exempt MOTHER Give Mother a day away from the kitchen this Sunday Here's Our Mother's Day Special! Fried Spring Chicken Virffinia Baked Ham Roast Sirloin of Reef only JfOO PALACE CAFE Air Conditioned for Your Comfort Personal Mcntton Mr. and Mrs. .larvU llll<i. aiut Jonlce I 'xpocf to spend tomorro\v at Worthington with Mrs. Hlle.s' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A." Wille\-. Mr. and Mrs. K. I_ Farmer .Ir.. Mike i\nd Mary Patricia, of Albeit Len, Minn., will spend Mother'^ dn,v at the E. L. Fu>mer home. V»T<lac .Sawyer, student itt Ilrak.- university in Des Moines is spend ing the Mothcr '.M day week end with lii.s mother. Mrs. Fern Sawyer. Mr*. C'inudc Wny.son and fanill.v of Jossup and Roliind Anderson oi Codnr Rapids arrived last niglit to spend the Mother's day week end with their moilier, Mrs. UnrtiUl Anderson. ^ ChrlHtell Caj-^vood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Caywood, wlio 13 a student at A.I.B. college In Des Moines has been Initiated into the national honorary business sorority, Alpha Iota. Sir. and Mrs. KranclH Koenecko, Mary and Mike of Hawnrden and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Uilensvnng. Tommy and Linda will be dinner guests tomorrow of Mr. and Mrs Roy Bassett. Air. und Sirs. Donald Woodj-ard and children will go to Spencer tomorrow to spend the day »t the home of Mrs. Woodyard's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Higloy. Mrs. Kvelyn Dorniunn and three children, who have been living in Omuhtt have arrived in EstherviUe to make their home with Mra. Bormnnn's parents, Mr. and Mrs Tom KInnard. Bob Hall GM3, and Mrs. Hall left this morning for San Diego, Calif., where Hail wiU now be attached to the naval station ns a gunnery instructor. He hns served aboard tho aircraft carrier USS Bodoen.? Strait for the past five and one half years. Donna Roache, sophomore at tlin UiViversUy of Minnesota, arrived Friday evening to spend tho week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Roache. Miss Roacho was recently elected as a member of the board of Associated Business Students during the campus-wide spring elections. She will serve for one y(^ar. The board serves as a channel to present views and prob iems of both students and faculty. Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter Toledo, la.. May 10 iyi>)--Aibcjrl J. Peters, 55, Gladhrook, late yesterday pleaded guilty of manslaughter In the May 19, 1950 kiUln^- of Mrs. Edna Murray, his neighbor. Judge B. O. Tankersley sentence-l Peters to eight years In the Fort Madison penitentiary. He liad pleaded innocent earlier The Gladhrook man was found insane by a district coui-t jury hero in August, 1950, and was sent to tiie ward for crlniinaily insane at the Anamosa reformatory. He was returned to Tamu county last December after psvehiatrists dr clnred him sane. Gvana Show , -^^^^^ TONIGHT/ WILLIAM HOLDEN ALLAN^ 'ROCKY" LANK 'Boots Malone" • "Fort Dodge Stampede" isn't sure^ she likes the ideal The laugh-happy story of a handsome young lawyer 5 who couldn't say "no" to a lady in distress-any lady! 1i£ ROMAN DENISE DARCEL in M.GM's DEMSE- she loves the ideal Nina Foch Donna Corcoran SUNDAY and MONDAY sh«'> got ideas of ^erownl COU>R CARTOON "TIME GALLOPS ON" SPECULs "Songs of Campus LATEST PARAMOUNT NEWS »9 At Holy Famlty Hosprtal ."Mr. luid Mn«. I^'lnnd KnutMii of Graettinger are parents of a son horn yeslerdiiy. Sim, OtHirge BuhlKTir of Kjtthpr- ville entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. .'»Irs. Mary CX&wwn of E'ith«T\-lU<> was admitted yesterday for medical care. Sti'vi-n I'ctenwn of Rtngfttt'd entered the hospital yesterdoy for a tonsillectomy. •lane and .lohn Br(i\%-n of Ruthven were admitted yesterday for tonsillectomies. St4>plianl<> Thonwon of RodntiUi entered the hospital yesterday for a tonsillectomy. MFH . Clifton Sykrw of S\vi<a City was admitted yesterday for surgery. DougluH Jensen of Ksthervllle entered the hospital veslerdoy for medical care. DtHmiosaln yi<Ht4^rduy were * Alfred Schreiber of EstherviUe, medical; Wilbur Thorndyke of Esther­ viUe, medical; John Hclmer of Penton, medical; Mrs. Frederick Looft of Swea City, surgery; Mrs. Bert Lofkin of Armstrong, nurg- ery. COLLISION— Continued from paice I oar of young folks also was bound for Clear Lake, relatives said. Gary was a popular student and was an exceptional art student. He won a first prize in the recent statewide high school art competition. Robert Havens participated in football, basketball, baseball and track at Iowa Falls high school. Besides his parents and older brother Jim, tho Braga boy is survived by a brother Ronnie, also a Junior and also at the prom, a young brother, Steven, and three sisters, Mrs. Keith Schwcke of Iowa Falls, Sherri Anne 'and Prances, both at home. * * * KOBKUT HAVENS was the son of Mr. and Mr.s. Robert W. Hav- en.s and he also is survived by two brothers, .Tames and Gary, and a aisti'r, Joan. The Cole girl is the daughter of Dr. .and Mrs. F. M. Cole. The four young folks had stopped at the Cole home ofter the prom and gathered food for a picnic which they planned to have when they got to Clear Lake. Iowa's 8th and fllh traffic deaths in the past 2i hours were those of James Dempster, 22, and his mother, Mrs. Kathryn Dempster, 6Ti, both of Council Bluffs. They were killed yesterday'in a headon crash near Logan. GENERAL r »>ntlni»*^d from i >Brc t n big breakfast, her first substantial meal since news of the general's capture. Tired but refusing to show it, the striking, gray-haired woman said she was going to stay close to tho telephone all day in hopes her husband would call from Korea. In the meantime, wellwlshcrs were phoning to share in the good news. Threp Marines Mls.sing Quantico, Va., May 10 UPS—Thro marines were miH&ing after their power-driven rowboat capsized on the Potomac river near here last night Their names were withheld pending notification of next of kin. A fo\nth passenger In the boat, Pgt. Robert Leroy Davis, of Lincoln. Nob., swam to shore and WOH hospitalized. The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPERATUBKS Maximum yesterday; 57 Minimum last night: 38 TODAY'S WEATHER 8 a. m. Noon 42 48 N NWN H 20 2B .ei 28.74 Temperatures; Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Barometer: IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy, not so cool this afternoon. High 6B west, near 65 east Fair west, partly cloudy cast tonight; scattered light frost northwest portion. Low tonight 34-40 northwest, 40-44 southeuift. Generally fair and warm Sunday, high 65-70. Further outlook: Pair with no Important temperature change, MINNESOTA FORECAST Partly cloudy east, mostly fair with frost and freezing temperatures west tonight . Sunday gon- urally fair and warmer. Low tonight 28 to 34 northwest, 34 to 40 southeast High Sunday BS to 64 north, 62 to 68 south, THE DRUG STORE Your Prescription Speekilists fPhamwdsts on Duty^ Day and Night Serving your pru«ripiion need! promptly «n4 effldently. jr. I* 0o)w — rboM If Stiitlriit \in -.srM Rcs<tic'd from Ni 1.. .1 ,1.', \ S Mis I.) .I-' 1 •,(:.(,• ; ^, . ,,ir,.. , i:. .1 fi r.i M:. j.i. ,! !t'..- Nuij;;«rj ,,;'.! ' I • \ ! , -in.., t 1 M.}.-*! i.i^ * i-.»K. t..|. •• ir.f t , .. %l. » vllff !!..«, ,r Hii!k. I* .( Huffalo, •ui.l !!• ..• H.i-.>. n 1 1 ..f Nl.>/t4l.> I ,<i;. n . ; V, .!.-.! f.,1 .sii. xn>\ Nt 1^ i-.s n II', k.' 1'' N'l'ieiir.i ( < •'<l I n: ru'i'- »:ipf«<l ^ I!'..I -.ii;.,! -I .tn t i .'Viir,..' ••nit'tirik ill. n' 1. •i.tcfi l'>«' inr,-- •.•.,:> !,,;<! ,n t »'.ifr, 1 .'.I ,\t;t »n I Ji.nn... Si.- nil.!., h'l -A »v Ut Axtr 1 I'l.l ,,l ','>'''''l l "'i>' • |,'u,-iv,.T'. p: I • s. it, fili ^jht* o*i ; M, 1.1 u.. ,1 '•. 1-, I I ' >!• k.irl« \ If.. ii .U. 1.. l.-lll .".'V tr.-l lltilo's. ^ ii (, I. k li. 1 . ,.i . 1. i. SX th.• till- .\rn"»t niondr for .tlOIlK THAN HONi:,ST .ire the p .r80nM who Change coin.s of larger <lenimilniitloi>.s for pennl. s for the parking meters in Iront of the Krlmdlv Tavern. Proprietor Phil .Stell thought of the IdiM al)nut a niunth a^o an >l pill in TO pennies iiml aix nlekles into .i fruit Jiir On a eiinl lie wroti'. "We tiiiMt youi lioni'AtIv I'aikiiik' lui'ti i ki 4 -p It lit a iliitlai ' \\',i\M.. Mild*'! I Jill 1 H * Hern niuUliiK ehiiiiMi' ^\inl.- liurtt -ndiT. liMiiiK iin in ISM> wr.k?. 111.- 'Jul roH., t .i $:'iXl .-^ii mill dnllar mill the fuiK It 111., HUM 1 hint:.' ot K^ih. i\ 111. t)U.l S'.S!.1\.- til. 1 llUilii., Ill ttmli tiiiT h)^ o(l>,' •i^iii .u .i! n ,•.<! ARMSTRONG Annual Dinner For Ei<rhlli Graders Held BV VERA IIKATII.MAN The annual dinner for the Armstrong eighth graders and their teachers was held Tuesday evening April 29. at 8:.10 In the Shore room of the Onrdston hotel In K»- thervllle. The class motto, "Not the Top But Climbing" was the basis of the banquet theme which was "Ladders." The class colors, pink and green, and the class flower, apple blossoms, were used in decorating also. Two ladders painted a dark green color and decked with apple blossoms were on each side of the entrance to the banquet room. Bouquets of tulips. Jonquils and green carnations along with pink and green paper streamers deeor- atod the tables. Nut cups were miniature hooks and the jilaee cards were pink and green ladders with tiny figures climbing them, Diane Robinson uas toastniist- rcss for the program, .loe Muiiiten gave the Invoeiitlon. Nine glils i .f the eighth grade class known a.i tho Melloottes, sang "Painting I In' Clouds With .Sunshine," Th>y aie Diane Robinson, Maxlne Mvpeji, Jnnet Halverson. Marilyn Hawoi- th, Cherle Kingston, Mary .I.'iiii' Hlgley, Dorothy f'assini. llileii Cheever, ond .Marlene Askelaml, Mr. Orlmeyer spoke intciri .Hlin (.-l> on "How To Climli"; Vie llmMwell KHVO the class history; Marilyn Haworth followed with a liumor- ous class prophecy; .Mrs. Uoliril Hanson gave the group some good advice using as her topic. "Tln' Main Rung"; Mrs. Lurry Ktafford closed the program with thi' lupie "Keep Climbing." Koilowlng the bajiquet all attended thi' show "David and Bathsheba." ..X..... HOttteKN to Camp Klre (;lrl». Aileen Paulson •wan hostess of tho Bli-se-hi Camp Fire nie.llng Klonday afternoon. The completed booklet covers were displayed and programs were mnde fur lh<. I'm- ent party to be held May IB at the home of Alice Burkhend. HOM'S of candy were handed out and I 'ncli girl will sell seven boxes. Wnrk will be started ut the next meeting on gifts for the mother .M. Entertains nt Coffm* Party. Mrs. Sidney Carlson enti-rtain<id at a coffee pHrty Tuemluy iiflir- noon for Mrs. Howard r'olliiid, Mrs. Carrie Vigdal, Mrs, H, K Rasmussen, Mrs. Herman Askeland, Mrs. Elmer Schaefer :ind Mrs, L. H. Locker. Ilolds HoJlool, Instnictlon. Emmet chapter DEB held lt» school of Instruction Wedneiidav of last week at the Masonic hall with Mrs. Bc-rnlce Sundberg of iJiurenM. asiiociati Grand Conductress, ns district instructor. Preceding the afternoon's «ork Mrs. W. I. Mangold, worthy niiit- ron of Emmet chapter entertained at a noon luncheon at the East sldo cafe for her officers, Mi« Sundborg, Mrs. Mary R<indolph of Havclock, Grand Esther, and Mts Frank "Pape. Pink tapers and pink snapdragons adorned the luncheon tables. At each place was a Klft from the Worthy Million lag- Ued with tin- ailniiinitlon "Ki-ep Smiling." The officers, vi.tilors and eliap- ler niembets weri- seived a fi.TO banquet nt the .Methodist church by W. .S C. S circle No I, The tallies Were altriictlve with lioti- quetM of pink earnatiuns with nnillax. lacy green and liny green bouquet candles. The nut cups were silver colored and for fnvoi-s, the matron had prepared tiny sat diets. At the evening session visitois from .Hwea City, Esthervllle, Huit, Kmnietsliurg. Algona. Plover, and Deiidwood, S. D,. were welcomed DlHtlngulHhed visitors, worthy matrons and worthy patrons were liri'senli'd and eseorted lu the ICnst. Members for application also wi -re greeted. Following the Inltiitory work a trio sang "The End of a I 'l -rfeel Day," ".lust an Old Fashioned <lnr- den," and "An Evening Prayer," .Members of th«' trio were .Mrs John Wile)', Mrs. Frank Colegrove ond Mrs, James Stlllman. A gift from the chnpler was presented to Mrs. Sundlieig by Mis Frank Pape and Mrs. Sllllinnn by enai-ting a clever skit. Mrs, Kunil- bi-rg and Mrs. Handolpb thanked the ehapter and worthy iiinlron anil also gave Inspiring tiilkn. Knrh officer and the enndldiiti -s rei -i -lvid a pink eiirniitlon Klft from MiK Mangold A t -oninilltee HirCfil lefrrshnienlH from a white rovered Imffrl tidile deeoratetl Willi stars and lighted tapers K. N. A. lloliN .Meeting. The It. N, A regular meeting was held Friday nfteinoon iil tin- r O O F hall with Mi« KInier Sehaefrr. past oracle. presldlnK, Mrs. Klr.iinor ./olinson. distrh -l d<'|i- u(y. w;iM Jill Mint Tin- ib gni- slitff (intclii-eil on Diclr work for the dlHtrlet convention to t .e held soon at (Iruver. Mrs ,1 A Huff and Ann KInss enleilalned (he group for refn -slimints at tlin Fast Hide eafi-. Past Noble (irumls .Merl. The Past Nohle Til and elirle met Tin-sdav evening In the honii- of Mrs. .lens Welby with .Mrs. Fred Johnson of lUngsted ns nsslKlIng hostess. Mrs. Cora (Jllibons WHS In charge of the < nlirtiilnntenl which Included a huniotoiis rending "Painless r>i 'nlstry" by Mrs Arnold Wlllson lOlivin nieniliein wire present. Honored on HOth Blrthduy. In olisetvance of her WOth i.lrth- iliiy anniversary .Mrs F It. Johnson was guest of honor at a party Tii<-"d»y afli-rnoon. April 20. nt the home of her granddnughler. Mm ICImer Rosburg, at Falrinont Other guests for IJie courli'sy wen- ihe honorei-'s dnuglilers-ln-buv, Mrs. F. It. Johnson Ji., Mrs. Clarenc- Johnson and Mrs Ernest Johnson, and her granddnugbterH. Mrs Vern Dahms, Mis Ted Voiding and son. .Mrs F. J SchustiT and children and Mrs .Marion Daries and ehildren. .Mr. and Mrs. Hidni-y Carlson bad ax gin-.iln .Sunday, .Mr and Mis, Henry W. Hloelvel and Mr and .Mrs. Emll VV Andirson of Mich fi.ld. Minn Mrs C A RohlnHOn, «'. M Rob inson and .Mrs Harry Wegner attended funeral services fur thi- former's niece, Mrs f'lara Boom liawer, held Tuesilav afternoon ut Mason City. NOTICE! Anyone Interested in joininK a flying club soon to be organized Is asked to attend an orjianiza- tlonal meeting at I lie administration bulldine nt the city airport Monday, May 12, 8:00 o'clock. Harry Coffie Flying Service Bov, Liv«'s Too Well. Atlniit.s Took l*in*s<' Des Moines, .May 10 (,<l*i A "t \'eat old tiov i\ li'vsf- liiiitlnctM wete Keneiinis but «liimi. finn'ii'lnl n- souri-cd wer,. of (liililiiun origin was due for n t .itifeielire with Juvenlf l)f(li-i-l« Indliy Out III .1 S'.MS nest egK wliU b ln- ac(|iilli'd Hhi-ii he look n v »imiiiir» piirsi- In n tlieati-r, the bid K'lvi- 111 lilM tirolliir and »HM to ftvn olhn Utile boys und girl" He kept only fill hlms.lf. Till' lloulili- vvl.n Ills MUitbi-l be ^;nl^ to liikfi notice nf his high llv lug Mild she told pollre HIIO I'ould- n't undMstimit linw IH-I mm • oiild be doing no wrll^ PolU-f M-rulliil tliiit nil May :', MIS. Albert ,N'i.i i oiii. riiariiivi-r of the Forest llirai.i, lepoilril li.-r purse was liikeii from iiiiili i n dy coiiiiti-r III Dirt loliliy I'nder ijUesllonliig tln' II vi-iiir old admitted be took 'lu' nioOi-y. till 1' unili-i bis riiiiil poiili jiiut t}ii-i> lived well r..i. |i^.lli-«' '.'.1. t.l. of ll.K 1 • mi; xli. « iv, (ll«« .Sli .1 .1 O. Vti\v 111 1,1') Tole«lo .\rr,»t.-<l I'v! l>..rUi llrffttt rtiid lurllv, on n i-hitrgr . rtlng till- nittrlTir t-or('« illdii I hii\«- snv (ramble qu:f iu\ (oil to >i>in th» ni«rtni-« I,lit! |H>ll,-e ".'in«l I don t •••r «-vri \ l.sHty ti* riiitkinff HIIVII » ti.s'.iuM*' I quit ihf nmrlnes ** t' (I ), n\.\f\T\^ AtXrt « ii|.iil with ti.-r tioy fflrnd, •h*' rt |.!iUi..l t.l Puli .i- Hst MMrsaril On .Ml I'nlrUk* dtvV "h* nn.l h'-r IKIV friend insiln yp, nhr snld >..> fllw Ju«l ib-i Idt-d to so iKkCk t. hliii l'nUe<- belli hrr on • «urn»nt ebnrKliig ,li-»..rtlon frtini thr ma- nni- bi«»e at Camp lA>)run». N. C In the imrUnce of amateur radio opetdlors a "YL" Is « yt>unB indy who oiM«rolr» « radio stalton K /itlicrvlllo. lowtt. Daily Nrwa Sal.. Mny 10. 1»53 S Giadnatii Caids m#mb«f«d ii««fli wMi m (W M HoHmorii O TIM W lion Cord. CH OOM Ittm Wlli'll villi lilly |. . .tiinti. II out of Us rill itliii:il,| (I'll kilK'- i.nd Inio 1111 111- nil,.. 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