Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 12, 1952 · Page 3
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Many Families Observe Mother's Day Week-End Mm. Terry Anderson IIUM return- t-d from a three weeks' visit at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kred Oesaler of Dea Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Lylc Shultz Mid Kaymond spent Mother's day at tho home of Mr. Shultz's brothei and aister-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Shultz of Webb. Mr. and Mnt. Richard FrotNlsnd and son, Jomcs of Moreland and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Will of Dayton. Waited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Johh Tweedt. Mr. and Mm. Wlllard lleyer and Mrs. Qcorgc Booth drove to Wall Lake yesterday to spend Mother's day with Mrs. Booth's and Mr. Beyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nutzman. Mrs. F. G. ^uUlvan wlU l«iivi> Wednesday morning to attend tho 37th annual convention of the Iowa T. B. and Heart association to be held at the Hotel Savery Thursday and Friday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mcnwrai- th of Dos Moines were Mother'i day weekend visitors at the F. G. Sullivan and W. G. Mclhvraith homes. They also visited Mr. and Mrs, Leonard J. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs; Jack Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sprairue of Fairmont were Mother's day visit- ars at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sprague. The men planned a fishing trip to northern Minnesota which they will take the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nolmn and three children of Ladysmith, Wis., were here over Mother's day week end visiting Mrs. Nelsons' mother, Mrs. Charles Wllloy, and her two sisters, Mrs. Hoyt Lulthly and Mrs. Liorcn Moklestad, and with Mr. Nelson's mother, Mrs. Alfred Nelson of Graettinger. Dr. IL I.. MoSIiUan has returned from attending a seminar at Des Moines, conducted by tho dairy and food division of tho Iowa department of agriculture, and attended by milk inspectors of tho state. The seminar was for the purpose of perfecting plans in connection with grade A milk. IHfr. and Mrtt. Don Saw)-cr of Spirit LAke , Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sawyer and family of Claromont. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Sawyer arid Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shirley all were visitors yesterday at tho home of their mother, Mrs. Fern Sawyer. Vordae Sawyer was also home from Drake university to spend tho day with her. Mr. and Mrs. Dick BIoomqulHt and three daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bloomqulst and Lonnie visited yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bloom- qulst of St. James, parents of the two men. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bloomquist also visited with the lutter's mother, Mrs. Bertha Knut- 8cn of St. James while Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bloomquist drove to Hanska to see Mrs. Buclah Thordson, mother of Mrs. Norman Bloomquist Mr. and Mr*. Hugo Schramm have moved to IB South 18th street. They formerly lived on South 13th street. Mni. Charlen Stoffel spont the week end in Spencer at the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rogers. Mrs. Jack Hartman of Waukegan Is here to spend a week with her sisters, Mrs. Norman Maine and Mrs. Cletus cKogh nnd their famllip!). Mrs. Matt BKylinH of Tulmi, Oklo., arrived Saturday night to make an extended visit at the home of her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Bayll8 .s. Mr. and Mrn. John R«lf« and son, Johnny, of Des Moines spent the Mother's Day week end at the home of Mr. Raife's mother, Mrs. G. H. Ralfe. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry KelJpp .r and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Blmer Shaw of Fort Dodge spent Mother's day yo^erday with Mrs. Anna Shaw. Mr. and iln. F. I.. GiMtafHon and Nadlne drove to Butterficld. Minn., yesterday where they visited at the home of Mr. Gustafson's brother and sister-in -law, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gustafson. Mr. and Mm. L. E. Eaton and daughter, Cynthia, of Clear Lake spent the Mother's Day week end hero at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Palmer Frettem. Mrs. Eaton the former Mary Ann BYettem. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Kcogli and son, Scott, and Mrs. F. A. Kcogh of Minneapolis were week-end visitors at the home of Mr. Keogh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kcogh. Mrs. F. A. eKogh 1 B C. U Keogh's mother. Mm. Wilbert Andcmon of Waterloo has returned to her homo after visiting with her sister, Mrs. C. M. Carlson. Another slstor, Mrs. Byron Waldruff of East Kentucky, W. Va., is staying with Mrs. Carlson now. Later In tho week the two women will go to Minneapolis to visit their sister, Mrs. Joe Rechticnc, and a brother, Andrew HJelmaland. The Weather OFFICIAL TE-MPERATURKS .Maximum yesterday: M Minimum la.it night: 38 TODAY'S \VE.\THKB 8 «. m. Noon Temperatures: 48 60 Wind direction: N N Wind velocity: 8-10 15-lS Barometer: 29.70 29.72 IOWA FORECAST Fair to partly cloudy this afternoon, a little warmer, high 60 not^ theaat to 70 southwest. Generally fair nnd coo] tonight, local light frost central and cast portions. Low tonight 35 to 40. Tuesday fair and^ warmer, high In 60's. Further outlook: Fair and warmer Wednesday except Isolated afternoon showers in west. MINNESOTA FORECAST ; Generally fair and cool tonight, scattered light to moderate fro«i central and east. Tuesday generally fair and warmer. Low tonight 30 to 38 east, SS to 40 extreme west. High Tuesday 65 to 70. Crvyhouud Bus Strike Ends San Frnnrljico. May 12 lA'i Pacific Greyhound buses will In; rolling again within a weeh under a settlement ending u 10-wcek-old strike In seven western states. A joint announcement Sunday said agreement provides for a five day week to b« put Into effect on the Installment plan. An Immediate 4.6 per cent wage increase, various Increases later, and 24 additional improvements. Because of complications, neither side \'(>ntur- ed a dollar and cents breakdown in wages. M. C. Fralley, Greyhound operating manager, said as soon as SI per cent of the 3,500 AFL strikers have ratified the agreement the buses will start rolling again. SOCIETY— CoatlBtM^ Calendar of Events I KvlhiTvillr, loua. Ihiiljr Nni%» Mon.. May VI, 1952 Wvoiiiing Coed Critically Hurt From Attack Laramie, Wyo., May 12 ^—A University of Wyoming coed, apparently left for dead by a brutal assailant, was found unconscious yesterday on a lonely prairie north of here. The girl, Virginia Anderson, 24, Mauston, Wis., is in critical condition from a head injury, shock and exposure. She was still unconscious today. Miss Anderson was a graduate of Mount Vernon, la., high school and of Cornell college In tho same city. Sheriff Ted Bumstad theorized she was tho victim of an attempted rape but said his office "Is wlth- ouc a clue or lead." She had been missing since late Friday, A medical examination showed no signs of rape, Burnstcad said, but her underclothing had been ripped off. Her legs, knees and ankles were cut and scratched. Indicating she had bcnn dragged along the ground. At Mount Vernon, Cornell college officials said Miss Anderson had an "A" average as a student there. She majored In English and worked part time In the Cornell dining service. from page t ncsdays after school; supply work. Mrs. James Hartman; literature publications, Mrs. W. C. CurrMl; membership, Mrs. Hogan Hoganson; status of women, Mrs. Myrtle Duncan; publicity, Mrs. Louis Obye; pianist, Mrs. C. M. Gronslal and United Council of Church Women, Mis. C. E. Miller. * As the last page wns turned Mrs. George Robb came forward and presented the pledge day service. Mrs. Harold Danielson and Mrs. Glen Lungron sang a consecration hymn. The women were then directed to the altar whore they were given candles and as they lighted their candles by the altar tapers they left their pledge cards for the coming year. When the service was completed a friendship circle had been formed around tho entire room and In the hush of tho candle light the pledge day prayer was offered by Mrs. Blake. Fiber corsages of apple blossoms and violets were given to each one attending tho meeting. A.t Holy Famlty Hospital Richard NeppI of Estherville was Saturday admitted care. for medicul Mr. and Mm. John Ilemmingson nnd Ruby, Mr. and Mrs, Glen Hemmingsen and Elvira and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hemmingsen o Cherokee all met yesterday at tho homo of Mr. iCnd Mrs. Elmer Sch mfdt of BmmetBhvrg for a Moth r.r'a day observance, James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt, arrived homo Saturday night on loav' from the naval base at Memphis, Tenn. En route homo he and three other boys were Involved In a cm- accident near Des Moines In which James suffered a slight leg injury and a cut on tho forehond. The accident occurred near Des Moines and the boys were checked at th^; hospital but were all able to resume their Journeys, Both the flippora of whales and the wings of bats have internal structures Indicating that they once had the flvo-dtglt form found in many mammals and illustrated by the hands ond fee; of mon. Mm. Ro)t« Bolty of Ki«ther\iUe entered the hospital Saturday for medical care. Mrs. Erwin Story was admitted to the hospital Saturday for medical care. i Mm. Guy Webst«'r of Spirit Lakn entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Cheryl Weo of Esther^Ule W8« admitted to the hospital yesterday for surgical treatment. Louis Nlclituls of Tnrril entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Dlsmissab Saturday were Daniel Walker of EsthervlUc, medical; Loo Mitchell of EsthcrviUe, medical; ^rs, Leslie Stover of Eather- ville, medical; Frank Bchno of Fcnton, medical; John and Jane Brown of Ruthven, tonsillectomies; Stephanie Thomson of Rodman, tonsillectomy; Steven Peterson of Ringstcd, tonsillectomy; Mrs. Otis Opsal of Armstrong, sui- gery; Mrs. Poul Larson of Swcn City, surgery; Mm. Ivan Timmons and baby girl of Esthcrvllle; Mrs M. L. Davis and baby girl of Esth ervllle. DinmlsKals yesterday were 5Iaur< Ice Olson of EsthervlUc, medical; Mrs. Mary Fank of Dolllver, surgery; Mrs. Edward Gothler and baby boy of Graettinger; Mrs. Lloyd Sabby and baby boy of EsthervlUe Mrs. Maurice Jacobscn and baby boy of Graettinger; Mrs. Ted Sch acherer and baby boy of Esther­ vlUe; Mrs. Francis Prlester and baby girl of Bancroft. 8IDK GIANCJB T. a. s«|. w. M w. Cwt. IMi ki M ••W« Mt)'\ ttt th» utu»l riln on thta pl«nlo-*«t I with Tonight rrrxbytrrlan Mtumrnary UaUd. e^SO p. m. Klnnl mertin); at thr home of Mr.r l^ehman Itovn. Please bring voui i-wn tsbli- service. IJSdirft Soeiptv of BL U p. and E. A p. m. At the city hall meptlnH room for regular meeting. Mm. Gerald Leo and Mrs. Rlfhord Lyman, hostossct. Wenleyan .s«»r»ice tlulld. 8 p. m. At the home of Mrs. George Klbbeo. nsHlstcd by Mrs. C. M. OronKtul nnd Miss Mnude Hanilllnn. Progrsm topic "Choose Ye Thl.s Day." txiMon lender. Ivndetl Utiw. llevotlonnl leader, Mrs. Hivttle Osmundm'n Night Oroup of the Christian Church. 8 p. m. Yakimn group, with Mrs. Wayne Andre; Hazel Orren group with Mrs. Audrey Hockett; Child Saving group with Mrs. iJiXB Anderson. 7 'ii<»j «(/«v Pythian SlHtrm. 6:.10 p. m. Mother-DnuRhter banquet 111 the K. I'. haU. Bilng your own tnhlo iier\-lre nnd n covered dl.ih. Each n\em»>er may bring a dnuKhter or a j:u<"»t. Junior rhnnih<<r of Cflmmrrrt^ 8 p. m. HeKuUir meeting In the Orcen room of the (•nrdalon hotel. Piogrnm, Adult Degret' of Honor Drill Team and UUH\ Club. 7:15 p. m. At the city haU auditorium. Everj'one is urged to be present, B. V. O. K, 8 p. m. Regular meeting. Lunch afterwards. CatboUo nnuRhtnra of America. 8 p. m. In the community meeting room In the city hall. Com- mlltuc. Mrs. Mary Bormann, chairman. Mm. Wllllant Quinn, Mrs. Jerome Paulson, Mrs. IX>n- ald Wiilz. .\Ir« .Mlkr KriwMing Uiv> AdeUidr Lloyd H'edrtesflay Inimanurl I.uLbpnui B-jwIIro Aid. I; 19 p m. Al ehr church Mo»t e»!ie». Mm Usy Monti. .Mi« Sum Niiu»n, Mrn. Howurd N"H« V.KW. Auxiliary. 8 p. m. l-lty hull club rm'm. rrj! ulnr moetinB Montr.^sen, .Mrs K. G. Weir, Mil Oliver I-nngnio. Mrs. W. W, Weber. Mm J. M Foley, MIS Iluth KlU*. Mrs. John Amundxun, Mrs, Paul Gustsf. Mm. Roy lluntlrv. Mm Dennix Knudsrn. O.K..H. 8 p. m. Initlnllon nnil recvitiir meeting. lUWtil ( hurt-h i"hnrl.i< Ho.«( .Mil- !• iu Mi!«. H.-in \nn \V|.i« >i 8 p in I 'i> Mi, It ^(.»'. HI ini; .iw n •«. i \ i, i >r.A North H |«r J rxlji. Nn UT. .».» A M, 7 1> t» Tl.lnl ill 1,1 . «.M .V of I r,-^ MrlhmtUt I 7 '0 (' m At I r..' , h\,t. h S«, RII»-« Cirri.-, •S |i III M. . t ». ilh Ml ^ J\rr: KKii .Ml- H I ,.n ,1 M 11 M.-N,.i;\, . i ,.,,t, • t :h» r «mbrUB I ;n .itMintljirK *• > '—-n fount! in >.'-» fo inftti-«*p .1 ^ h h **for r In <: Thursday Country Club M'onien's llrpakfa^t 9:18 11, m. At the Country ehib c:ood Cli<>cr t'ountry t'luh. 2 p. III. At tile liunie of Mm Muck Klllii. Mrs. Knink Ihil.-h Insun, nsKlntlng hostemt. Woman's Socirty of th<< Al>VKnTIIIK]lCV.VT KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS WASTE NtttInt tockwlM, InM <>f iwp *n4 >nc>r«;, hMUaclM end 4ltUii *M ma* tx ilii* tu aWw- dewB o( kitlnrir (uBrlluk. ll <N '(e»i ••|i w^"^ kMi>*y tunctkw b irry ltntiart«nl I* fowl llfsJth. WIMII Ken* rrrrrdmt nin^llloR, 'uok u itraM Kiid ilr«hi. I-*U»M tM« imporiiiiit funetloB to»)p« down, many fiilk^ iittnvr nas. (Ins kMkacho-twl m(**r«bl>. Minor M»i. dprlrritAtUiu ilu» I0col4wr wiuns 4Wt niav woH rrttlnc up nlghu «r rnMinrni ftMf* Uoirt SrsWl rour ktintn U UIM * «nJI. tlvni batlirr fait. Try 1> M«-|I l>iU* -* «ur»ttc. UM 4 •UMVMtuny l>r nni ><M» f» •vvrlft |r «nr>. It*a ftinnvlnc IMW tnanr tlmM UMB*! thr hnnpr n|W( f lom iiiiMn- t*ru-Mp tlM itmlWnr Iilil »»tub «»>n4 Al- twm flunk nut wn»*. I>i>na^a rUb (••kil't M>% t li..!,.,, •. wnn n fi; , !.i - ttl-.m^ nl.-r «hl,li li>..l<..l liH, Iiir.-pnti, :\ t,.'"! in II. II diiiK'^ii ln*h(r\,J ariii (li.- oome t,i mrnn nn\ (^iiii .-«-.t CUKiUhm Slirr. Ihr>>p In n liiirrv (tie>-rr ni ^hlnc <" fMhmr- »lllo ItnnlMiirr^ (.Innl Stn<-k Hrihirllon o»\t> nUrllng Thumtlny iiiorntiii;, Mnj I.V Tb,. tmrsAtn* ttrf trrrlfle . . . ni> wife wouldn't Inltp the MtrHlInn Irlp. nhi* WM M • Iralil she'll niUs II' I- ri-c prlii<«. IIMI Cries of Baby Awake Couple; Escape Fire Nashua, In., Ma>- 12 (/J>)-The cries of their 3-month-old baby nb out 12:30 a. m. today awakened Nashua couple who found their i.piirtment full of smoke nnd flum ea_ The family cscnped the burnin apartment and turned in the iil- iirm. The fii-e, which started In the upstairs iiiulnstrcct apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Bcnnle Plshcr, was brought under control about 1:30 a. m, by Nashua firemen. Smoke and water damage to four business establishniunta located below and on both sides of th-i apartment will be, quite extensive, It Is thouglit. The four businesH houses Included a clothing store, u grocery, a drugstore and a tavern. Firemen said the blaze ccntero'l around an oil burner In the apart- nient. They reported finding signs of oil spilled on the floor. Recently washed clothes hung on a rack behind the stove to dry probably helped spread the fire, fire officials said. Six Children Perish in Fire Lima, O., May 12 UP) A kerosene explosion last night touched off a house fire that resulted in the death of six persons and injuries to three others. Dead are Crystal, 7; Rosalce, 6; Richard, 6; WUlls, 18 months; and May Irene Cavanaugh, 8, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cavanaugh, and Larry Holtcn, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holten. Holtcn and his son Larry wore visiting the Cavanaughs. Firemen said kerosene Cavanaugh tossed on a coal fire exploded' and set afire tho two-room frame homo. Mr. and Mrs. Cavanaugh and the senior Holten suffered serious burns. "Hot Flashes Stopped" •r strikingly relievtd in «3.|0%* •! MM* In dactars' tattt • If you're mlMrable from the "hot fluhes," anil accompanying irritable, restless teellnga oi "change ,of llle" — y«u may be suflerlng utmecewarilyl •For ...in tetts fcjr doctor* . . . Lydla Pinkham's Oom- «ound and Tablets Drought reUef from (uch functtonally- oaiued stinertnc to •3% and M« (reapeeUvelyl o( the women teetedl Complete or ffrlMim reJIe// Yesl Research has proved theae medicines ttwoughly modem in action . . . haa ahown you where to look for relief from those dlatrewing. nervous, "out of aorta" feeUnga of mld-Ufe "change"! So... get Liydla E. Ptnkham'a Ve«*> table Compound—or new. Improved m. wo, /or ihijwwaonal pSnto} mmetnal parloia.} II mu IkrMfk • maua's sy psflisik —mm srwsai to rrilM* ««IMS M Umrn Will those Wedding Bells be ringing for you soon? Help inukf your ucililitifj \}\uu<* hihti-hh- fill with lM *uiilirtilly (IfKif ^nril aiul rare- fiiiiy prinlcd iuinoiiiimnriit^ anW in- vituliottM. Daily .Nrun rrufl *4iiirn tukv pride in fining f|iiality work lliut nill mukf* your wiMidin^ Hiatioiicry "extra HpeHal." .Slop in Moiin, hoii'I you? Estherville Daily News

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