Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 13, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 13, 1952
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IVryonal IVIcnlioi James Maloney Out of Marines *«* James Maloney has bot-n tplmts- (d to inactive duty from the Murine corps and he and Mrs. Maloney are now living in an apartment at 1023 Coronado street. Apt. 103, Los Angeles. 26. Calif. Mr. Maloney was stationed at Camp Del Mar, Oceanside, Calif., prior to hi^ release. The K«v. and Mrs. Clyde Leeds are transacting business in Mnn- kato today. Mrs. Luctllc Peterson spent Sunday at Arnolds Park with Mrs. Nellie Root. Mr, and Mrs. Glen Jacobs and Harold o'f Ne\vton were week end guests at the Sieger Plantlnf; home. Mr. ' and Mrs. Harold Ratheit and daughter. Kathryn of Gruver drove to Des Moines to spend the week end at the home of Mrs. Rat- hcrt's parents, Mr, and^ Mrs. Fred Holmes. THE DRUG STORE : Your Prescription Specialists [pharmacists on Duty^ .Day and Night Serving your prescription nemls promptly and efficlenUy. J. I.. Hoye — Phone IS Donna Bradshaw was a Sunday guest at the home of Marlone Juhl. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Yates and son Steve of Des Moines are visiting for a few days at the Arthur Yates and Ronald Schenck homes. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor I..<<nnox of Rolla, Mo., visited over Mother'n day week end at the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kint and son Jack. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whitacre and son Melvin were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fisher and family on South 11th street. Mrs. Herman Jensen and Mrs. F. E. Rosendahl have gone to Minneapolis to attend several sessions of the Federated Woman's club convention being held there. Wtr. and Mrs. Carl Smith, Marlone and Merwin and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Zitterich and family spent Sunday In Armstrong at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lane. Jack Bittnor, who has recovered from a recent surgical operation, is now associated with Robinson Motors. He was formerly employed as shop foreman at Henaman Motors. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Baumann hail as dinner guests Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zcimer and Theresa, Mrs. E. G. Zeimcr and Oer- aldinc, Mrs. Irvln Schmidtkc, Randy and Belinda, all of Dunnell, Jerry Dreke of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. John Genrlch and Gary of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Bay Marley and Mrs. Mollie Pickens had as dinner guests Sunday Miss Anna Wilcox of Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carr and children of Owessa, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tarry of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Crew of Spencer. Evening callers at their home were Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rankin and Mrs. Dean McCormick. Dr. and Mrs. U K. Minion of Chicago- were recent visitors of Mr. and Mr.s. Paul GroM's of Oruver. Mrs. Alva Baker has n'turned to her home at Armstrong ofter spending a week at the home of her son-tn-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth West and family. Mr. and .>lrs. Krving WIersnn of Story City, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis LeMastcr, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mu- niecc ajid Mettle Geldke were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George West. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berchcnbri- tor Sr. entertained their sons and their families at a Mother's day dinner Sunday. Home for the day were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ber- chenbrlter and family of Cedar Rapids, Route 1; Mr. and Mrs. Gei- aid Bcrchenbritcr and family of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berchenbriter Jr. and family. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ingvall Dn!en of Gruver were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Aanonson of Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dalcn and family of Wallingford, Mr. and Mrs. Jani- cj McKay and daughter of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buse of Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buse and children and Mrs. William Buse Of Prin>ghar, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Daleii of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Iner Dalen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Dalen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Brynn Rolfson. all of GraottinBer. GARAGES EXTENDED BUILT - andnuil^Dfcn EASY TERMS Built to Match the Architectural Style of Your Home Now you can have the eJttra rooirt you need for that workshop, or that new, bigger car. Call us for an estimate! Hennick Cabinet and Construction Interior and Exterior Painting with "Hooker" Paint S. 18th St. Phone 1S12\V K<*tls Claim Member of Truce Team Killed ' Munsan. Korea, May 13 ^ Communist truce nogotlatiDrs charged today an Allied plane killed a member of their delegation and accused the U. N. command of treating prisoners of war In "har- barous medieval" fashion. Vice Adm. C. Turner Joy, top U. N. negotiator, called It "a vicious propaganda blast to widen the breach between us." The Red charges were voiced by North Korean Gen. Nam H at a full dress armistice session. He said an Allied plane strafed a Red truce convoy Monday. The Allies said they would Investigate. Much of Nam's talk was de\-otiHl to prisoners, the key Issue blocking an armlstlco. The key to that Issue is the U. N. insistence on voluntary reparation, under which only 70,000 prisoners and civilian internees would go back to Red rule. There are 170,000 In U. N. POW and internment camps. At Holy FamUy Hospital Master Daniel Walker of Esther- vUle was admitted yesterday for medical care. Kathleen tltzpatrlok of Eni metsburg entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Miss Susan Bosold of Gniettlng- er was admitted to the hospital yesterday for medical care. Master LeRoy Larson of Swea City was admitted yesterday foi medical care. Mrs. Kenneth Volght of Fairmont entered tlie hospital yester day for medical care. Mrs. Everett Johnson of Dunnell v/os admitted .yesterday for surg ery. Mr. and Mrs. Willltoi Reynolds of Des Moines are parents of n daughter born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs, Byron Rolfson of Gracttlnger arc parents of n daughter born yesterday. Dismissals .yest<!rday were Airs Wesley Cronk of Emmetsburg, mo dioal; Mrs. Melvin .Bratrud of Ringstod, medical; Beverly Anderson of Esthervllle, medical; Carol Householder of Lone Rock, surgery; Mrs. Joseph Anderson of Es­ thervllle, surgery. FOR SALE N6W cihd Used Machinery PLANTERS Two John Deere 2-row Tractor Planters, with fertilizer three John Deere 999 2-row Planters; IHC Horse Planter several Mounted IHC Tractor Planters; new 4 and 2-row IHC Tractor Planters. CULTIVATORS Several 2-row John Deere Tractor Cultivators; several 238 IHC Cultivators for Farmall F-20; several H and M 2-row Cultivators; new-and used Farmall C Cultivators; new and used Farmall H and M 250 Cultivators; several 221 Cultivators; 229 Cultivator. DISKS Two new 15-ft. IHC Disks; new 18-ft. IHC Disk; three new lO-ft. IHC Tandem Disks; new Kewanee Tandem Disk, on rubber transport; used 15-ft. John Deere Disk. DRAGS Used 5-section Galloway Drag; used 4-sectlon IHC Lever Flexible Drag; used 6-section Lever Drag; new Noble, IHC, and Kewanee Drags. ' ROTARY HOES Two Used Rotary Hoes. PLOWS 16 Used Plows, all sizes and makes; two Disk Plows. ELEVATORS Several Good Used Elevators; new Farmers Friend, Ke- \yaneei Ottawa and Owatonna Elevators. TRUCKS 1946 GMC 2-ton Truck, with heavy duty motor; . 1948 Dodge 1-ton Pickup; 1946 Dodge IMj Truck, with hoist and combination grain'and stock rack; 1946 K5 IHC Truck, with 2- speed axle and stock rack; 1946 \y» K5 International Truck, with flat rack; 1947 IM--ton K6 International, with hoist and all steel dximp box; 1952 l »/2 -ton L150 Truck (new); 1952 L185 International Tractor (new); 195.2 L120 %-ton International Pickup (new); 1951 L120 %-ton International Pickup; 1952 LaiO International Pickup (new), FEED GRINDERS Several New and Used Feed Grinders. ' Several New and Used Combines. See the new IHC 64 Combine here. , We also have .some special buys on steel bins. See us for ft good buy on tefrigerators and freezers. If In need of machinery, see Us. If we don't have what you / vvant we will get It for you. Swcinson & Clork Inttsmational De«lera Geyltm, Blliiiiesoto Murderer Gets Life Sentence Santa Monica, Calif., Muy 13 tJP> -Morton C. Mlsoner, 34, was under a life sentence today for the murders of two nurses ut a drinking party Dec. 29. Miscncr, iin aircraft worker, was declared sane at the time he killed Mrs. Marguerite Cramer, 31 and Mrs. Ann Symington, 42, in their Santa Monica apartment. The jury recommended the life sent encc, making it mandatory. He also has been foimd guilty of stabbing and shooting Paul M Beck, 49, at the time of the mur ders. Beck recovered. The murders were committed af tcr the women accused Mlscner of being a wet blanket at a porty. Unqtt*fttos«bljr a oi>*.m«a outfit —(btt«til* Joim D«M« CuItlTalot. Il'« Miily bitobtd •ad unUtohad. To "book up," you timpljr driva in ... iaslM tb* {r«m* ... •H«cb lb* Uit pii)«t. On* nan dg«t lb« )ob la a matiar oi ainulM. Itf work it ouMandiag—Ihaska to •iQtUtnt view .., •««• ol budling . ., oonpUta adapUbiUhr.. .. May dodg* ... and long.Uv«d ooutrue- UoD. Chtek ovar iti many iaaiuraa and you'll eiwoM a lobn Daaral NdrtNrn Lumber Company Implement Dept. EstbervUle. Iowa ' Phone m JOHN ULERE/t; ci ....'..i A. Traill Breaks Truck in Two; No One Injured Coon Rapids. la.. May 13 iJPt- The Milwaukee railroad's strenm- iner, the Hiawatha, hit a semi­ trailer truck and broke It in two yesterday, but three men in th- ruck escaped Injury. Railroad officials said one man, Jesse Gardner, riding on the side of the truck. Jumped to safety. Don Bauer, who was driving, and Clarence Nelson, truck owner who was riding in the cab with Bauer, were unhurt. A 2 by 6, torn loose by the Im- )iact, hurtled through a car parked nearby, but no one was In tho car. Another piece of wood punctured the fuel tank of the truck and let out all the gasoline. The two rear wheels of the trailer tore through a heavy lumber yard office wall. It took the undamaged train three quarters of o mile to come to o stop. I Warned .\boul I (^arele .s.s Drivinjr n>'.« MmiifB. Miiv t.1 1.^1 lowii »r»fot\ officlHl.** wiiint'il ^l^>l,>^^.•it^ tod«y iiKiilnst 'ulipiiInK buck tntu tin'li>lt« of lust vci\r •• Safety Oummlsnionii PenrI W McMuiry s.-\ld that Inst StUuvday'-* reeord of nini' highway do*!lis over n 24 hour piHinl is the most srrious setbink for the state's nsxiv- ly rernid In more than six months. He riH-iilled th.Tt the last tune nine persons died In lowii trafflo necidenl* 111 B single diiv wii» on Oit. 23, 19.M, "This rereni outbreak of IraRlr i.celdenta should make drlvi'is stop and think whiit nmy be romlnt; this summer when linfflr .lud travel lire expecti'd to reiich n rerotd volume." McMuriy snid, Highway Piitrol Chlrf S N .1e^- penien siild thitt Iriiffle condltUiim are lieooiuing more dnnKfrou" "than at any othi-r time In Ihi- history of lowii." He urged motorl.sis to have their cars checked for safely during llii- May niotor vehicle Inspection pio gram. I (landidahAs i 'Wife (iels Stroiiir Kicjiil Ann W.ishlnKlon Mii\ 1" l'-' VMfc ot 11 « hci :i«|>li.» 1.1 !• I'lcsldeni n. cd.« n |.iiiii« I'liv.i •< ulioOK riithl .irni unit tioiks wi-l. frcc-whet'hiiK rlKbt ."Iccvc.^ That's the cxpcrliiiccil oi'iiiion ot Nancy Kcf .iiiv- ;. vu.iciou* haired SCOHIKU born «i(i> ot n R.<tes KefuuviT of Tinni-«-ir Ilrt husband Is rnni|>«li ;nlnt; foi Hi.- democrntlc non\lniilion Mrs Krfauvi r ii>M llil" on. on herself lit the Whit.- llou>..' i..-.|> tlon (or conKiein uliw While stumplnf Kl .'iiil:! «lih h. i husband sb.- w.iit int.. « Munii shop, "I wnnteil lo ^:i t Honii i.itt .m dresses with ^hoi t si. .v. .« ..iixcl ally drj'.««i'.n with .l.-.\.n thiil .Ion i bind," she MUIII To demoMiil I 111 e .<ll.' 11. Mil li. I I II nu. "Oh, are xmi a tenni?. pl.i\ei"" the salesgirl iisked "I told her I wiisnl Init I 'm certairtly using my riKlu mm .i 1.>' \r,l If •\<n), T .^W I'l -I I, t I liMt inii-'i i. It fell nolld. all rliiht, "That come* from hani1 -*hrtN M'.i.- H !,, «.il I Kothrrxilb-. lowH. Ihiily Nr«r« j Tuf!!... yUy 13, 1052 t I Thf ov w»« one of tho flMt knl- Bridge Designer Dies Harrisburg, Pa., May 13 /P-~ Allston Dana, 67, prominent bridge designer and grandson of poet Henry VVadsworth Lonfcllow, died here yesterday of a heart attack. I'm «iire cUil I mamtcerl in piil *ninr »m».f. Bi»w mjr lUm ••»n (tiki- •i(l\iiiii(«ce of thf irrmrndmM <«< Inyv dnrtnc th« gU-unlli- stock llnliiclton SiUe. <<nrlln( Thor»«fiiy. ^I «jr IS *l l'.«thrr«lll<- lli»ril« nrv' "if*- the »»le ad In loniornm'* ptiper I'ft-.' I'rUr*. I .M* Forjjel Federal Govern men I, Savs Evans Fort MndlKon, !«.. May 13 Uf^ - Formi'r U. Gov. Kenneth A. Kvans says lowti should stop pushing lis problems Into the hands of the federal government. Evans, a candidate for the r-- publican nomination for governor, told a Joint meeting of memberii of the Rotary and Lions clubs yei- terda.v that the .state could handb" their own problems If the controls were put back Into the hands of the people. The three basic problems of chief Interest to Iowa people ii' present, ISvnns said, ale loads, taxation and schools. As to roads, he said there Is a need for "new blood and neiv thinking" In the stale highway commission. He lidded I hat there [H n need for study looklnp toward tax reduction, and he advocated greater stale aid .to school:*, with some .'tnte Mid lo teachers. NORTIII.HN Ll'iMBFK CO. Machinery Finance Plan QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT Yoii nm now buy jTHir tnmi mn- chliiory on i>iir finantv plan. A.s low us 25% down. Balanee over 21 montliH. Our <'liarge \H re<i;nlar hank rale. No InttTCMi churgrd until nutrhinr in uuvA, Chloroform In 1831. was first developed Northern Lumber Co. Implement Department KNthervilte, Iowa A Speetaeutar Performer — A Wonderfui Vatue! We want you to pick out a proving ground over which you would like to drive a new Dual- Range* Pontiac. Chooae a stretch where traffic is always heavy—and a few miles of open road where you can step out a little. Then come in, get behind the wheel'of a new DtMt-Range Pontiac and watch <}/| your driving troubles fade away! In Pontiac's Traffic Range you will ease through the toughest driving so nicnblyi so easily, SQ smoothly you'll hardly know there's unothcr car around. Then out on the open rontl, you're In Cruising Range—HO smooth and quiet It'* almost like coasting. In Cruising Range you actually reduce engine revolutions almost 30 per cent without losing a mile in speed. No wonder you save gasoline every hour you drive! When you've flnlshed your own proving ground drive, take a good long look at the wonderful Pontiac you ve been driving. Look iit its distinctive .^ilver f>tr«ik beauty; ttie luiurlouH style and comfort of its Bodies by Fisher; Its sweeping (uil-cirde Vision. Remember, too, you're looking at America's lowest priced straight-eight; the low^t priced car you can buy with liydra-Matic Drive. Then let us show you one more thing—the wonderful deal we can make that will put you behind the wheel of your own new Pontiac! Dollar lor Dollar you eanU beal a WUu Mtmtl rtnt ml mura CM«. ROBINSON MOTORS 801 CENTRAL AVENUE, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA

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