Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 15, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, May 15, 1952
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Personal Mention \TERRIl Burts To Visit Cherokee Friends * * * Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burt will Icavo Saturday mornin}r to gpund tho week end in ChrrokPo at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hurd. Mr. and Mrs, Hurd will cnlebratc tlu>lr golden wedding nnnivemary Sunday. Mrs. Burt and Mrs. Hurd ar.- longtime friends, liavlng been school mates. While in Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Burt will nlso visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Person. Mn. Bertha Mauw and Miss .Mario Lewis vl.slted Sunday nt Tcrrll at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. tIciLs Slmonsen and daughter, Elizabeth of Solvnng, Calif., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Niels M. Peterson at their home on South Seventh street. Mr. SImonsen is a brother of Mrs. Peterson. Mrs. Goldtc Book, Don and Bathon spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Dean of Spirit Lake. The occasion was in honor of Mother's day and Jlrn. Book's birthday. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leo Book were visitors ar. tlietr mother's home. .Mr. and Mrx. Riiimell Dotson and Mr,, and Mrs. Ernie Halatead of Emmet.sburg were callers nt tho Charles Miller home last night. Leonard Waldron of Sioux City is viBltlng here for a few days M the homo of his mother, Mrs. John Waldron and with other relatives Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Olson left today for Mason City to spend two weeks at the home of their aon-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Lnrsen and family. Mrs. Ed Center aiid son, Bobby have gone to Kokomo, Ind., whore they will join Mr. Center, who is headquartered thcie and mak their future home. Mrs. Andrew Anderson of Millbank, S. D., is visiting at the Lloyd Brunsvold, S. D. Munson and Mrs. C, O. Anderson homes. Today Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. C. O. Anderson have gone to Walllngford where they are visiting with Mrs. Thea Munson at the Leonard Mimson home. Giadaatioa Caids IHa/N be elod yo« mambered Ihem with a fWw Hollmork Graduo> Men Card. Choose from s«tecttcfl. ESTHERV1I.LE DRUG CO. |'*Your Comer Drug Store" At Holy Famlty Hospital Galen Baker of EsthorviUe entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Judy Doschadls of Gnu>ttinKer was admitted yesterday for surgical treatment. Mrs. Lo Roy Coulson of Harris entered tho hospital yesterday for medical care. Mr. and lUm. Rudolph IMACT of Dolliver arc parents of a son born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eiha^sen of Mllford are parents of a son born yesterday. Dismissals yesterday were Dale Rauhauser of EsthervlUe, medical; Mrs. Cleo Kunath of Spencer, surgery; Betty McMancss of Spirit Lake, tonsillectomy; Cheryl Wee of Esthervllle, surgical treatment; Mrs. Lelond Knudtson and baby boy of Graettinger. Mnt. Matilda Andrrson, Mrn. Edith Sutton, Mrs. Emma'Sutton, Mrs. May York and Henry Anderson drove to Sioux Pails Sunday to visit Mrs. Emmn Haupe. Mrs. Haugo Is an aunt of th^ RTOUp wHth tho exception of Mrs. York. Mr. and Mm. George Btorton trtB celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in company with their children and families Saturday evening at their home at West 214 North Second street. Mr. and Mrs, Morton were married SO years last Monday but duo to the Illness ot; their daURhtor at Webster City the celebration waa postponed until Saturday evening. Jimmy Carter Loses Title to Mexicjaii Boxer Los Angfcles, May 15 iT"—Now York's Jimmy Carter who won tho litghtwelght championship in on upset, lost It last night the same way, and today Lauro Salas of Monterrey, Mex., is the now 13^pound champion. Just as 28-ycar-old Carter captured the crown with a surprising 14-round knockout over Ike Williams lB.<jt May 25, so did Carter croato a surprise by dropping it to his 24-year-old rival. A compara- tivo unknown In title circles, in 16 rounds lost night Tho decision was a split one, and many boxing writers disagreed with tho verdict. Sales weighed 131, Carter 134. Salas Is the first native Mexican to win an undisputed world championship. Baby Arizmcndi held a version of the featherweight title years ago, and Jaun Zurita held the National boxing association lightweight bauble later on. Manuel Ortiz, king ot tho bantams, was of Mexican descent, was born In El Ccntro, Calif. Promoter Cal Eaton promptly began efforts for a rematch as provided in the fighters' contracts in the' event of a Salas upset Waltei* Ciiklanz Enlists in Air Force By VI>-TOX ARNOLD Walter F. Cuktani, who enlisted in the army air force for four years, left this week for Omaha to be svs-orn In. Walter was graduated from tho Torrll high school Ja 1951 and has been employed by Ehnil Zehnder since. He expects to take his basic training at the now Parka air force base in Pleasanton, Calif. Xew Teachers Named. Misses Elizabeth Carter'and Florence Straight of Newell have lx>th accpted teaching positions in the local school system. Miss Carter will teach seventh grade and Mlaa Straight tho fifth. Both girls are to t>e graduated from Buena Vl<t«, college at Storm Lake In 1983. Hostess to Ctrcle. Mrs. Clyde Zonor was hosteaa to Circle one of the W£.C.S. at her home Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Zehnder woa assistant hostess. Ooalnr School Krent*. School events for tho remainder of the year include the high school class night activities which were Tuesday, commencement. May IS; semester examinations, May 16 and 19, eighth grade gi-aduatlon. May 19. Closing day activiUos, May 20 and May 21, will be the last d^ of school when report cards will bo distributed. STRAWS The Official Opening of the Straw Hat Season in Estlierville is Sat., May 17. A Brilliantly Styled Straw to fit your particular face . . . Our collection features a tremendous selection of the latest straw hat styles. No matter what your facial contours, we've a hat to complement All sizes in famous Lee Hats. 1.95 to 8.50 North Dakota Uueitta. Oueata this week In tho homo of Mr. and Mrs, Larry McVicker were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montsomery, who are en route to their home In Orand Porks, N. D., afUr spending tho winter in Kennedy, Tex. L«Klon Auxiliary Meets. The regular meeting of tho American Legion auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. William Pedersen Tuesday evening. Assistant hostesses were Mesdamea Harley Maas, Everett Zitterlch and A. D. Coleman. The Weather OFFICIA LTE ^iirKRATURliS Maximum yostmlay. 7S Minirauni l.-ut nii;ht: 42 TODAV'S \VK.\T11EB t s. m. Noon Temporaturrs: (Ml 69 Wind. dlr.-ctli.n NB NK Wind, \floollv; Oaln\-5 Calm-* BoTinneter: TUM 2S>.60 IOWA FOR»»AST Mo.^tly cloudy with .smtlerod showers beginning west portion this afternoon. Highs this afternoon 70-SO. Cloudy wUh showers to night and Friday, Sf.iltered thunderstorms south portion tonight. Little change In fomperntur<>. I>ow tonight 4R-82. Hlch Prldny 5M2. Further Outlook: l»nrtly cloudy to cloudy Saturday with scntten-il light showers east portion, Utile Change In temperature. MINNESOTA F0RJ:CAST Mostly cloudy tonight and Friday. Showers extreme south to- nl{;ht Fair in south and west portions Friday. A little warmer tonight. Low tonight 3e-42 north. 4448 souUi. High Frid.ty 66-6S. visit with her fath.-r. I.<ouia Uen- dlxen. Accepts IIoHpltal roslUon. Mrs. Keith Wright lias accepted | tho position of "hospital phnrm.i- cist" »ith tho Methodist hospital j in Drs Moines. Ike ill Farewell Talk in England London, May 15 U{>) — Qen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower came to London today for farewell talks wl^h British government officials and a lunch with Queen Elizabeth 11 at Buckingham palace. Tho queen and queen mother received Elsenhower and hia wife. The visit is imrt of Eisenhower's farewell tour~of NATO capitals as retiring supreme commander of allied forces in Europe. EsthervUle. Iowa, Dally News Thurs., May 15, 1952 S Citt!le two Meets. Mrs. Loon Olson and Mrs. J. J IClsslngor were hostesses to Circle two of the W.S.C.S. ot the Olson homo Tuesday aftcrnooni-. Tho devotional service was conducted by Mrs. Claude Krclgflr and Mrs. Loo Larson presented tho lesson. HAfiDWARE HANK IS I Returm from California. Mrs. Ella Martin, who has spent tho past four months In Blythc, Calif., returned home hero this week. While in the west, Mrs, Martin was a guest of relatives in Los Angeles, Culver City, l,ong Bcacli and other California cities. I Pledged to Purple Arrow. Phyllis Kalrchild has been pledged to membership In the "Purple Arrow" of Iowa State Teachers college, an organization recognis­ ing freshman and sophomore women for scholarship, citizenship and potential leadership. AT HIGH PRICIS —«nJ !• going (• knecli iK.m rfown. Leek (er liU wstkly tptcitli •tch wttit. IICYCLE I TcrrU Fersonala. A guest this week In tho .home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Probst- Is Mrs. Arthur Thayer of Alia. Mrs. Charles Buns concluded a two weeks' vacation in Rock Island, III., where she was a guest in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell McOanicls and family moved this week to the home MThich they purchased recently from Mrs. Mary Bchnolle. Mrs. Luycrne Johnson and qhll- I dren motored to Sioux • City Wednesday to attend to buslncas matters thero. Fined for Reckless-Drtvtnr. Jimmy Moyer eniered a plea of guilty to reckless dHving when arraigned this week before "Mayor Poter Namtvedt. Ho paid.a fine of $18.80. Jimmy wiui apprehended Tuesday evening by town narahal Zitterich. •7i,5f SALE 3985 ]4" itrttmlist bikt. Terpede h**d- light. 0«MUe b«r Irams. Oeubl* hike bslUen tint. A btsstyl METAL IRONING JOARD VUlta tX IMber'a Ii|»ine. Miss LaVonno iBendlxon, who holds a nursing poation in a Junction City, Kans., bo«pitai. come the first of tho week tot an extended •«Tbe Store for Men" M" eh MoM. M[m*U*4 «••• tfrMtlen. Iake4 ensM*! tislili. fsiy fet4. Estlwrville Hordwore Do^ TtOiT thia fellow! Ilare nothiof to do «(th ESSSf He hat no intorMt in you except what he can filch from you. Here he ia, buiiljr engaged concocting tome aottrum wbioh will toon be offered at a ctire for practicmlly any •nd all human afflictiont. Ail be noedaat^ attic, aa ttaortment of kitchenware, and free acceak to the watey faucet. He bu no medical Uaining. If you yield to hia «ilea^ you tuffer in money, liealtb, and general welfarty Your real friwd in time of illoeaa ia your own Umlf phyticiaa. You can tafdy pUce youraelf ia bit care. Wl ht wrilea a pieaeripUon. briog it to ua. It will be filled i i ^vatelj and promptly with the beat medicinet ok EgtherviUe Dnjg Co. Free Prizes Each Saturday This Saturday !W-pc. Set K BOW I MI Dtnnerware (iioM OMtlai Kod Thermo* Jttg Croquet Set Ounlpn lloHC. 23 ft. k»n((th Nothing to Buy—Register Free The rush storfed todoyll! And If you missod out be sure and come tomorrow . . . stop-n-shop the savin'est sale Esthervllle has ever seen. Hundreds of items on sole that aren't listed here. Our Complete Gift Department-all items reduced 20c on the Dollar Sec tho^ixllattng pixies nnd the calculating cold blooded cnnnibabi — all new merchandise, reduced 20'/r for thte big Sloclt Reduction Salo. Flower Qftrdcn Border Fencing VM ft. •^oinCotiier Drug Store** Your Choice of Garden Tools 25% OFF Monosnun Glasses ^H"' 1 JO Comfort Brwid (pa4ted sent) Step stool 1% 6.95 Big or SouUI—^Yoo Pick Vm oat All Toys 25% Off Air 'Huht Heofers (Other 8l2«i 3fi% off) ?S5 3.68 Ridge Roll—Comer Head Garage Born Door Track OFF Hog Broodor Rofloctors 2% 2*14 Macs-tt Car Wax reif- 1.00 73c Macs-It deoner and Wax \Z 143 ESTHERVILLE HARDWARE

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