Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 14, 1952 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 14, 1952
Page 8
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Briefs in llic News C ( I c. or re Si no f o I ar. f ce i ni • fc f m di or m; hi? an nei ab on JO no C. of C. ISeiv Indusiries CommiUee Will Meet The Cliiinil)i'r of ('oiiitucrii- nfx industries coninilUcc will imrl Willi a ri-prcsi'iUiitivr of tlic I OWM Di-vrlopmrnt cuniniisHion on i (Iny at 2:;iO p. m., it \v».s ••innoiiiic- 1(1 totliiy. Till' rc'iiri'si'Mliitivi. .Iiil- iim R. Jensen, indiistriiil dirrctoi of the roniniission. wroti' I lie fliamljcr of Coniniircc ihal In' would like' to nicf't Willi the tJroup for (in <ii.setissioii and will come to I-'stlier\ille lor the meetinK. He Imd renil of the local coniniittei''s plan to seek a meolinK in nis Moines with t lii' commission and voliintec rerl to ctdiie In Kstherville for the eonfer- ence. He also wants to l.-ilk to an enlarRed (.iroup of the f'haiiihi'r at ft future date. Menihers of the ohaniher new industries eoniniittec are W. C. Ciirrell. ehaiinian: Vie ("libiis. board niemlx'r i-eptesenta- tive; Jno. Greij;. Mayor Han Howard, C.eor>,'o HaKirnian. i enc' •Jensen, KImer WoKen. h\ K. Flos- endahl. William S. (."lark and .James Morrison. BiuIdinR Permit Issued Jack B Hunt, 1602 Mapleer. :a diive. 22 by 2 foot addition for a private (,'.arai,'e. lot 2, block i Maplecrcst addition. SVOO. of estimated CO-" iNHfliiils Kilcs Friday I''\lllei;d sel\ ieis for I,. A. Nlt<'ll als of 'I'erril wlio dieil Monday af- ternooti at Holy I-'.-imily hospital will lie held Frid.'iy moininu at at the South Assumption ehuien in lOmmi'tstiurK Wins riii)t<)>;raj)h.v Award Orel Younj:. of Voun;:'s I'hoti- .«h<ip, w.'is ;ivf,arded second pljH.-e ei'rt ifie.iti' in the live- slo( k dn'ision at the low.a profe*;- |)holof^rapher's convintion \'estefd;(y in I >es Moines. The thtee-d.iy eonveiititm he^'an .Sun<'.]y. 'I'hi' phi>tOf,-r.ii>h was of a police doj; o\^iied hy P.nhn W lOna makei. formerl.i' of I^sthi'rxilb' and now of Minneapolis Sits Soven Hours Atop Chimney San C^uenlin. Calif.. M,iy M i.Ti For seven houis a .slubliorn con Vict, sat atop an unused b'^.^i-foo* chimney in ,'^an (.^uentin prison d:-- niandin;^ a ti ansfcr. He fin.iily descen<led ir respcpiise to Warden Harley O. Teets' shouted "eonie on down, J''ri d: I want to talk to you" and le.ained lii.-t fr.ansfer h.aek to I'^olsom prison already w;is scheduled. IJlIt cnviel Frederick /<. lene. ."il, .^erviiu; a leini foi .-:ltempti'il jafM in Merced county, will have to wait ;i wlnle. He's in the isf)l;ition ward lod;i\-. .•iw.iilin^: a psyclii.-it ric i \- ani .and possible diseipliiia: \- -act ion. Jail Escapees Vse Trickery iti;i,M;Ti.N ChiToUcf, iMiiy It (.1*)—Two yoiiMK nii'iv vvlio csoapcd froni the county jail lii«t Mnnilay wen- nppreheiuliMl M I I H niornliiy: in Turklo, Mo., Sheriff Carl Schli'cf hus liccn lii- fiiriiied. Chi'rokce, Ja., May 11 (/Pi A pair of Irick.v county J.ail escapees .'till were Hounht today liy Clioro- kce ( inint .v authorities. Slieriff Carl Kchlccf said yesterday that riifford Cox, 20, and Diui O'Hannrm, 18, both employed 't the Cherokee .state mental health institute when jailed last week on (barscs of statulor.v rape of a 12- yeai-old (,-iil used trickery In pf- fcctiiiK tbeii escape .Monday night. The sheriff "aid he brought the pair thidr supper and also had ,i p.iy check fioni the iji.itilute foi f-'cjx. C<ix asked for cigarettes and wis told he would have to endorse hi..; pay check from the institute so it could be cashed. Cox then asked how much he would have left after his debts were paid. While Sclileef uns computing the amount. Cox slipped by him and slammed tli> l.'ullpi'n door. Cox and O'Bannon then stole the jail keys and fled. Small doses of chloroform, taken internally. Iiavc much the same effect as alcohol. at the b.ack, but the ancient Irian used a typi' which was open at the front. Named Fral«rnily Historian Donald J. Hoye. son of Mr. and Afrs. J. L.,Hoye, ;!20 Nortli Eighth street, has bi'cn elected historian of the Phi Delta Tbeta fraternity at the State Univcrsitv- of Iowa. Hoyo is a sophomore working for MH bachelor of science and pharmacy degree at the university. H" will return to Estherville this summer to work at the Hcxall drug store. Incorrectly Identified . The design drawn tiom tlie woid "documented" in the art e.shibit io the city hall wliiih was pictured in the Daily N'ews yesterd.iy w,'s drawn by Janyce Widp ratlnr by Kay Miller as identified in a picture caption. A similar design in the lower left lajiner of the c\ Libit was drawn by Kay Miller and represented the woid "Infuriate" I'esH Bearncs, art supervisor in tie- public schools, carried Janyce • firiglnal drawing over Into .a pattern of silk screen painting alsc pictured witli the two gills' draw ings. Two Divorces Gninted Two divorces were ^.'ranted m district court yi'sti-rday .-ilternoon by Judge Harry K. Narey. Kich.ird .M. Nelson, plaintiff, was granted a. divorce from Louann I.. .N'idson and the court granted care, cnslo dy antl contiol of the minor child, Idndii Lee Nelson, to Hie defenii- ant. The court also decreed the plaintiff should pay $;!li a month for the support of tlie minor. Delia Rae Trunnidl was granted a divorce from Jack K. Trunnell and was given custody of their daughter, Cyndy Rae. Hoth divorces were griintetl on grounds of cruel and inhuman tieatnunt Bid to Dramatic Fraternity Sev-en I'^.^therville junior college students will be initiated Mond.iy as charter members of llelt.-i I'si Omega, n.-ition.-il junior college dr.'imatic fraternity, Qti.ilifying for meinliei-ship are Arthur Amundson. Bob Barnes. Bidty Hurrcll. l.,orr.iine Ramsey, Lavonne .'-^mith, I'aul Sjiaiilding and .Merle Vol?.. The organization of Delta I'si Oni- eg,-i results from widespread in- ti-nst taken in educational theater by schools and i-olleges of America. It was founded to reward student participation in college play production. Delta Vsi Omega more than IXH chapters with a membershij) totaling over S.OOO. "Pepper" Hated Good The EsthervUle high school f'ep- per will be one of 4H high .''cliool newspapers which will be displayed in an exhibit in tile I'ress building during Veishea. annual Iowa State college celehration tomorrow thiough Saturdav The papers to be. displayed include four which were rated superior in the annual critical service results announced at Iowa St.-ite colb-ge today, a.'? rated excellent ana 21 rated good. The pepper- was rated good as WiLs the Spencer high school paper. Judi;e of the service was Franklin Reek, .Manclii-st. r. Mich, former editor of the American Boy and author of 'The l-H Story ' The critieal servici- w;is i-ondircti-d hy the dep.-irtment of tcchnic.'il journalism at Iowa State college for the Iowa High School Press association,- Schools with priper-s rated su)<erior are Rudd consolidated, Rudd; Davenport High scliool, Davenport; rJui>U(|Ue high school, Du- huqu.-: and East High school, Des Moines, Kmmetsbiirg hiuh school recr-ived an excellent r.-iting lor it.-: school paper". Approve Contract of Actress Santa Monica, May 11 i.l'i Su perlor court has iipprovi-d lt,"ilian actress Marisa I'avaii's c-onti-act Willi 20lh Century-Fox studio. Sli" gets $200 a weidi to slart ; nd can work up to $12,'i(l In six ve.ns. The court ordered the lil-yi-ar-ohl star let to Invest -20 per cent of her earnings in government bonds DKl !(rl STOKE Your Prescription Specialists [Pharmacists on Duty' Day and Ninht SiTving your prescri|itlon ni-eils ijroriipllv and efficlitntly. .1. I.. Moyn — rhonr l."* TODAY AND i THURSDAY PLUS Color Cartoon Ne\vs STmcTi.v m;s,s 1,..) 1 •ll 1 '.-J [ 1 1 a 1 \ \ '' 1 i ' 1 :' i Cru.shcd to Doalli by Tractor chlorophyll, which causes the , _ „ . , green color of plants, is found In a MtnerviUe, lOWa, Daily NcWS :r\K7''lll M^iroid' Wcd.. May 14, 1952 8 Wehrapnnn of Independence, wan crushed to death yesterday wh.m the tractor he was driving overturned in n field on the I-jiwrence I^illlbridge farm two milca east of here in Delaware county. Another MlimU What erer your ikin trouble may bt. Head to fo«t. Safe for children. WONDER ^so V p Sold in Estherville by 1 *11 rry, Kexiill, and Kstherrille Drug Stores; or yolir Hometown clriiggl-tt. m Ttmtris ItpOUTS MORTON SALT Daily jlclivt'ry of fruits and vegetables to iiiHure freshness. C5 T. >-. a if I... FAREWAY Sunshine CANDIES Assorted DII.L PICKLE.S Qt. HIAWATHA Jar CHOPPED HAM 12 -oz. MOKIIELL'S Can SWEET PICKLES Qt. lUAWATHA Jar POKK & BEANS 16 -oz. COOI >SPKIi\C; Cans 29c 53c 45c 33c A.s,sortcd or Matching Picnic Plates, Cup and Napkin For Fareway Shoppers It's always good news when you can save money and still get top values. That is just what you get at Fareway because our low disti'ibution costs make it possible for you to buy healthful, nutritious foods at a big savings to ' you. Shop at Fareway this week and see the difference in your total food bill. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR SAl.AD BOWL Salad C 5-lb. Bag I 13c lO-Ib. Bag KOYAL Assorted Gelatins •xmmovm ROUND STEAK SMOKED PICNICS U. S. Choice or Good Tender 79c IVIoricirs Pride LB. 35c BONELESS—I J. S. Choice—No Wa.ste Rolled Rib Roast Lb. 79c Minced Ham I'or Tliat Cold Plate Lunch I A). 49c SKINLESS Frankfurts Tender and Juicy Lb 49c Ground Beef Spring Fryers I <'ino Fov Moat Loaf Lb. 49c Dressed Lb. 49c Sliced Bacon KATH Lb. 27c Pork Steak Extra I.,ean Lb 43c NOItTHEKN TISSUE DERBY ICEBOX Peanut Butter SUNSHINE BISCUIT CORIPANY 1-lb. Graham Crackers both Vanilla Wafers ^^^s^ REAL GOLD Orange Concentrate 2 Oranges FLORIDA JUICE 250 Size DOZEN Texas Buncaneer CARROTS 10c 1-lb. Cello FAREWAY CiirtlitH Baby RuIIin 7 iliuH 25c Honor Brand Frozen LIMA BEANS 12-oz. Cello ^/C SALT AND CRISP-FRESH *' Honor Brand Frozen STRAWBERRIES Sliced Sugared 35c 8 } Wm f a s o a. o i s a 9 a f i FAREWAY STOREQ * ( ON OMTC \I. FOOD DI S r IB U 1 I O \ ^ Prices Effective April 16, 16, 17. Briiij; your eggs to us for" highest price in toMii.

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