Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 19, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, May 19, 1952
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Personal Mention Neighbors and Friends in Planting Bee at Erichsons Neighbors and friends of Mi's. Adolph Erlckson and family gatli- ercd at their home on Tuesday, May 13, and planted 80 acres of corn for them. Mr.- Brickson, who had been iirfOf qometime died early that moriitng iit' Holy Pakily hospital. ' •! ^, The followinR men '' brought 18 tractors and other equipment needed for the work at hand—Cecil SeeHger, Norman Nygaard, Harold Case, WilUird Moore of EsthervtUo, Bob Whitley. Carlyle Mitts, Clifford FbsWr, Merle Hurd. H. Dc- Wall, Ra/ '* E. SN^anson. George Morltj, Deliiiir I^e^er, Jake Kumba, Dort SSgelandv;; Victor Ol^on, Qeorgo Ctoge. Mylrk'U TPBter* of Spirit Laftc; William DeWall. Bill Kumba, Art Larsoii, Irving Martin, Dale Juhl. Dick Kumba, Mike Guge, Hoi*ard Brckko and Chct Clausen i-pt Superior. Women bn hand to serve dinner to the men were Mrs. ilyron Guge, Mrs. Bud Ross, Mrs. Maurice Oleson, Mrs. Georgp Guge, Mrs. Howard Brekkc, Mrs. Don Egclnnd, Mrs. Cecil Secliger, Mrs. George Moritz, Mrs. R. R. Kumba, Mrs. Jake Ktirtiba, Mrs. Olive Kumba and Mrs. H, DeWall. Mr. and Mrs. heo ScMawy of Graettlngcr Visited yesterday with Mrs. Gertrude Marriott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Schramm, Jean and Don visited over the wiek end atDenison with relatives. Gene Randolph, who l.s employed at station KICD of Spencer, is spending a week's vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ift&ndolph. Mrs. ClaudO Randolph returned Thursdaji night from Fort Dodge after serving slijce Monday on the federal'*^rand jury. Mrs. John Diltz accompanied Mrs. Randolph to Fort Dodge but wa."! not called (o serve. Mina Utz, of this city, also was' on the panel. Mrs. John Hayrten, formerly of Esthervillc and now of Moline, 111., is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. R. Alexander, and other relatives here this week. She relurnod to EsthcrvlUe last Monday with Mr.s. Alexander and Mr.>t. Florence Smith who had been week-end visitors in Moline. Mrs. Jack Nichols, Mrs. Walter Sohildknecht Jr., Mrs. Harold Schlldknecht, lilrs. Robert Mauss and Bonnie AlbrlglH attended the two day convention of the Beta Sigma Phi held in Waterloo Saturday and Sunday. They reported a fine meeting, lots of ideas and good time. Mr. and Mrs. jHm4 >s Nj-man drove to Ames Saturday to attend Vei- ahea and to vis'it with their son Dale Nyman, who is in his junior year at Iowa State college. Dale is majoring in geology. They were accompanied by Mrs. Nyman's brother, Clarence . Peterson, of Hopewell, Va., who was a visitor at the Nyman home from Thursday until this morning. Visitors at tlie Kmiet Tivito home over the week end were their daughter, Gloria, student at the Lutheran Bible institute in Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Twlto, brother and sister, respectively, of Mr. and Mrs. Emlet Twlto, of Minneapolis; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanson, son-in-law and daughter of Iowa Foils. Marj' Stanerson, also a student at L. B. 1., accompanied the Archie Twitos and Gloria from Minneapolis and spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stanerson. .Mr. and .Mrs. Kenneth Steveson, Kaylene, Karen and Henry drove to Marshalltown ye.stcrday for n visit at the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs, H. J. Stevo- son. .Mrs. Kiehnrd Chtistlnnson and daughter, Terry, loft the homo of Mrs. Christiansen's parents-ln-lnw yesterday to fly to Alaska where her husband is stalionod with the air corps. Richard Christiansen is a staff sergeant in the air corps, Mrs. August S<'hapi'r and Mrs. Ray E. Swnnson returned Saturday noon from Minneapolis where they had attended the Federated convention of the Woman's club. They reported this morning that it was an insplfalional five days and that they had a wonderful time. Mrs. Schaper was especially interested in the t.alks given by the international delegates. Deeds Kecorded Duncan. Myrtle Hiee fioni Dcm. derlii'ht. Grace C. and Jacob. Pari o' L,t. 7 of Gilletfs Subdiv. of Out Lots 2, 3 and 4 of Stalforri & Jarvi; Add. Dunlap, Charles R. and Iln M. from Hageman, Clara A., Lt. 1. Blk. 1, Fairview lat Add. Emmet County from Goldsherry. J. E., W'i of E. 1028' of N. 10 A. of S, 60 A. of NE4 of U-gM.I. I'ingrey, David S. and Bealrie • and Everett E. from Pingrev. David S. and Beatrice S2 SW4 31-10034. State of Iowa from Weir, Fian- cls G. and Hazel. 19.462 A, in NE frl. "i and in SE', of 11-100-34, Brown. R, M. from Banker Life Co., SE4 and S A. in a square in SE4 of SW4 of Sec. 28 and E. ."iS A. of the N'.i NW', and W GO A. of NE'l of Sec. 33-99-31. Larson, Leslie and Daisy from Olson, Frank B. and Edna, Lt.s. 7-89-10-11 and 12, Blk. 2. Simnyside Add., Ringsted, Iowa. Sabin, Walter from GiOilke. Mat ta, Lt. a of town of Maple Hill (now known as Gridley) and a part of E2 NW4 Sec. 13-99-32. iRMSTROSG lano rest' Killril in Tr-.ulor Mi-h'.\p ii-..i..i'V'!,i 1" K. 1! •' :: IV I-., 1. '11 li'- Hstli<-r\ill<-. Iiiwi, Ihill) News In Uri'ilal Tr> n Ihitl:. N. \\ .111 \.l HV VIKA IIKMIIM.XN Ten ..I MIS ,\ lUnUh. i.!-^ pi in.> pupli.s \\ ( I • ('l,-<lUeii m A I .vltill Samnl.iv .tt'.'iiVM'n .r. li-i l.^ Th-\ Ill' ti'ii.'UWii, I'lv'K! ml M. iltime .It 111. X."' .iiul 1 V. It. en WelKllu; nil 111.' IvUlrn.i.l ('atol>n .Itn.seii, In the SWIIIK ainl Ffii 11 s H;ii [1. .Iii.U Sluini I'ol' eorn .M .in and .M .ri\ <^,»i Ktmti'l Viri:inin Itannisln. li.irk :\tu\ Moekun; HU'I liill. Hol,!.v ltMnni'< li-r; I'll-. I-;ni.;in. . duel .Vv!..! Winl^ worth .Tiul HoMiv H:\nm!<|.i . In fhiiKh iinil A .\t and T M Avh- Wadsworl li. M. rr.\ i ;o Kouiid nml Hr.-s,-^ I'arad. H.v.iK M.Kiw.. Pole to r.ili ;ilul Tiinink in t!" Haillo. M.iiliiKn Culvoii. I-'.iu\ Hells, ttiiet .Mail.ihn I '.iilion .ir.d Ann liurUliead. Cod I< l.o\ El, Ann liuikli.ul. Tin H's and Sta-li>:lil Wall/ I'i.k .1. sen ; t'ont t ast, Miek\ .leiisen WE TRADED FOR THE NEW (VoiinKs studio pliolo. D.Mly News engraving) rRlZK I'liO 'rOtJRAril in the eoniinirilMl llvi .itoek .livision of the Iowa iirofes.sionul photoKraphers' eoiuention in Me.s Moines last week was'taken li\' Orel Younj;. of YounK's photo shop. Young received a Ki 'Cond place rililion anil i eriilit ate tor I'seejilional photography. The police do;; pietiMeil is on ni il liv Uolin Wananiaker. formerlv of Estliervill.' and now of Minneapolis, At Holy Family Hospital Mrs. Ar\il Parks of F.sth.-rville entered the hospital Saturday for surgery. Nancy Metealf of Dickens was admitted Saturday for a tonsillectomy. Mr. and .Airs. K. A. Thompson of Estherville are parents of a son born Saturday. Mr. i^nd Mrs. KImer Clianipino of Ceylon are parents of a daughter born Saturday. Mrs. nenr>- of Ring stod entered the hospital Saturday for medical care. Mrs. Frank N«'ilson of Gra<-t(ln- ger entered tlie hospital yesterday for surgery. Robert Corby of Ksther^'lUe entered the hospital yesterday tor medical care. .Mr. and .Mrs. Claude .Slmffer of Terrii are jiarents of a son horn yesterday. Dewalne Doughty of Kstherville was admitted yesterday for medical care. Dismissals Saturday wero Samuel Shiley of Graettinger, medical; Mrs, Leslie Stover of Estherville, medical; Mrs. Orel Young of Estherville, surgery; Mrs. Amos IIou- gc of Okoboji. surgery; Mrs. Ralph Tindal of Graettinger, surgery; Mis. Josie Houge of'Superior, medical; Mrs. Raymond Vaciira .ind baby girl of Jackson; Mrs. Alan Hersleff and liatiy boy of Graettinger; Mrs. Merlin Heidt and baby girl of Spirit Lake. IMsmissulH yesterday were .Mrs. Ralph Loder and baby boy of I)ol- liver; Mr.s, Everett Sjioo and baby lioy of Terrii; Nancy Metealf of Diekens, tonsilleeloniy; Kdwaul Reese of Estherville. surgery; Mrs, Clifton Kyke.s of Swea Cit,\-.siir.:;- ery; Mrs. Don Roberts of Estherville, surgery; Mrs, Lowell Frink of Cylinder, surgery: Mrs, George Tllompson of Estherville, inedteal; Mrs. George Rhuberg of Estherville, The Wealher Ohitutiry Louis INilchai.s, Terrii Fanner, Died al md dm I. 1 '1. I. .nul i C<'lebral<><, I'^tli lllrllida.x l>elor<s ill! hni'ind e.lei ralnl ti. r 12th lurlhilay annU ei KIU \ I'l lila\ by entert.'iinm^ -Mf\elal Irlenils at her home Tor a dlnilel p:ltt\' Tlio^^e pr't'sent were . MMCI 'tie i'tonk ,M,ir>' Viileii, Kaien Fredei leks.n, |)tan na liaries, Ann lloiswei;, ,Ma\iiie Moore, Kll/iilietli HainMiil lliutiaia Looft, .'Cheryl Peterson and .Sandra Slaba. SERVEL -4» o I'l-i f: 1A I, T i;.M I • it AID u v.s M.ixinium yesterday: t>7 Minimum last night: 38 lODAV'.s \ VKATIII:K S a. ni. Noon Temperatures: !54 (v! Wind direction: NK K Wind velocity: 4 (> Barometer: •iW.'Sl 2tt,S> IOWA FOIIKCAST Partly cloudy with little change in ternpi'iature this afternoon high Gf) to 73. Partly eloiuiy tonight and Tuesday with ;i few scattered showers likely in extrenu' west to niglit or early Tuesday. Not much eh.ange in temperature^ Low tonight .38 to 45. High Tiusday 65 to 70. Further outlook- Partly cloucl.\', n little warmer Wednesday will, scatteied afternoon .-^lioweis. .MINNE.SOTA I 'DKKCAST Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday with a fi'W li>;ht shower.s likely sniithwi'st tonight or early Tuesday. Not much change in lompera- ture. Low tonight ;t8 to 4G. Hign Tuesday 65 to 70. l.oiiis A. Nitchals. fiiimer near Terrii. died .May 12 at Holy Family bo.spit.-il in Estherville at th.' ane of fiS years services were held at the South Assumption ehuieli in lOiiimetsbiirg on May 16 at >.>:',(> a. 111.. Father Mason officiating. .Ml. Xitch:ils is survived by;ttUI wife, 11 cluldren and 17 grandchll-"| oren. PrecedlnK him In death were his lust wife In 1922 and an infant ('auKliler in r.l.'t.^. Livinj; children by his first mar- iiat;e are Louis William Nitchal*, AlKoiKi: .Mis, Cl.iieiue E, Thomas, l-:slhei ville; ll.irold F. Nilchals. (iiaettiii;;er; Maurice A, Nilch'al!^ lies Moines, and IK'lng I'hffdlen bf^ his second ni:iriiage iiru Noal Ai^ Nilelials, .hinetion Cily, Kuns., Mis. nuane O. Andrisen. CliurU':i Cit'i-: Charles Lee Nitchals. in tho armed service: ICdgar A. Nitohals, Estlierville; Hugh Dean Nltchula, at home. Clifford O. Nitchals. at home: Kll.i H. NItchalH. at home. Out of town relatives at the funeral of Mr. Ijjuis A, Nitchals included bis sister, Mrs, James Shell- d.ibl, husband : nd «'<n, of Stuart, la,, his brother, Charlcn Nitdiala, wife .iiui daughter, Earlham. In,, .lohn Nitchals. wife and family. Mason City, la., harry NltchulK. Lawrence, K.ina. Also relatives of bis wife including Mr. and Mrs. Orris Eckhart of Boone, la., Mi. and Mrs. Adol|)h Barber of Granit: Falls, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smltii of Uutliven. la., Mrs. Ernest Nissen of Graettinger, la., MisH Lizzie Sjirague of .Slliley, la., Mr niui Mis_ Kenneth Sprague of Die kens. la. BKlTISIl— ('«ntinu<>d from puue I man .said liritains om sided i,-cognition of the I 'liplnj; reKiiiii' would continue, nrlt.iin. laiv:<-ly al tli.- proddin^ of Hiilisli I 'lciness interests in China. l>coi;nlZiil the 1 olll munist uoverniueiii m .lamiar^ li',^0. Hrillsh liiisinrss IMM liein in domln.'int position in ('liiii.i f"- n^ore than twai v-i-ntni i.-s Full diplomatic ielaiion'< in v. • have been I'stalilislied Hrltain lia a charge il' affaires, I, li l.iriili in Pelplm,'. Ill- lias only liriill.d le Ci'ss to Peipiiij; foii-icn otri.'- i .lfi cials, how-i'vei Coiriiiiunisl ilurii has not niadi- .iiiv HIOM - t.> op,-i-, , diplomatic mission in London « * * SPECIAL TRADE-IN OFFER "Oni CONTArrS wnh i'lnn:., mieh aw th«'y arc, will In- iu:i»nt;vn od." a fiiiclun HiKiU <'sin:iM ISelwyn I .loyl. mlni,Mt« T nf st:il- for TorolKH nffuivs. is »Npir\«i\ t> make n Ntati'inent In Dn- liousf nr eomniMn.'^ tonioicou i»n xU*- WJUJ ilruwal nf Jlritisli liUHinc ^H ni.n NewNpnpiT H'lHJi tM s :iitl Hi il Ii ownirn would try H'II th-ii property ti) <*)iintMr jMivti mn' nl a^enclcH, luit Ihi'n- wa.'- liltit opti- riUnSLKU SARATOGA 6-PASSfc:N<;i;U SEDAN Its NEW KIND OF IIOilSEPOWEIl IS SOMETIlllNG TO PEEL! Yes, l>ohind Chrysler's new engine you'll find a new kind of car. Won't you come in and/ret what we mean? 'SOTH; Purer SUeHnf tinndiirilon Crfn Imptriu I. AwaUabU, «/tro, opt ant m£te Chrytltr. CHRmER THE FINEST t:AK AMERICA HAS YET PRODLCED With its 180 HP V-8 engine, on LJo'.. inches of, many people think the S«ratog« is the bast Chrysler car of all. We inyite you to take the wheel and feel what happens! There's a new sense of #a«if power, of rtsme power that make drivinK a new experience. Its rsrolutionary combustion chamber d «v«lop8 more of the power in each charge of fuel than other encines ran do. On« r«Nlt i« performance, mm M mon-prt- iniuvi fuel, such as you have never felt. Another re.'fult is new economy. It's an engine that scarcely forms carbon at all. It croate« lees heat. It will-last much longer, stay uounijer on the way! And with Chrysler 'fijll-time Power Steering*, you steer Mth oue-fiph the usual effort . . . drive with firr iime4) the usual control! With Power Brakes you need up to Iwo-ihirdt l*t» fool prmurt . . . and still atop in many feet leas than other ears can do. DONOVAN MOTORS, 203 N. Sixth Street Across from Postoffice Estherville, Iowa Now -^'ou can enjoy a .silent vSIillVHL dai RcfriRcraior in your homo for even I CMI money lhan before. Yovir old refriv;er;vlor is worth more than you dreamed. Stop in TODAY at your nearest IVoples office . . . find out how mttch yi>iir old refrigerator i,^ wortlt. Hurry, because the offer iii limited. Your Gas Appliance Dealer Offers Equally Attractive Valaes PEOPLES NATURAL GAS CO. be, spoi 'led! Oiivk. /ou own a now Infernnlional Truck, you'll never be quite .satisfied with anything less. The reasons are simple. 1 nlenialion.'il Trucks are engineered for^our job. You gel a truck that is easier lo handle . . . that gives you lower operating and maiiitenaiue eosls. longer truck life. These are just a few of the; rca.sons why .so many International Truck owners are rejM'nt buyers. Why not stop in .socjti for all the reasons? You'll do batter with lh«i« Internattonal Truck foaluraii • Alltrijtk engin «4 - #<<.K,n"-»<»t^ lor «(Ofii «buitl itt* world 1 tuM ^fftl «ii<jtn» ptu"'' • \\\t* "fooni 'Wit. malt romluflul»i« <r,ib on Ifi* rood'*—!K# C. of?)lo -Viii'jn Cob dwitgnod \%i (ir<.ffri for (|riv«r% (limy one! 37" lyrfung u'^gil* • Tim Ifudit'O'i'il tfiiti ».iugKn«*» ft ,o» hin bept iMtvrrHyttofuil firil in duly Iruik lulot for 70 i )ru<gHf y«ort. • Ui« tru<k ffngif>r«f*d for rour job, ivUi'dd from lh« trOrWl rrwjil f.f >mp!i<l« hri* t boiu mod»t|, from '>-H3i» pt<W up> lo 90,000 prj.vndl GVW rgl.nyi r • lntMBOlionol 1160 »»ii«i oH«ri GVW roiingv from 14.000 lo I6 ,J<X) Ibi . 130 lo W3 .n .>i ..ii,<.Mi. For compf«/« informalion abovt any Mtrnation<d Truck, t«« — Buy on Proof I IHnri' vijii Iniy any truck, Ifl iij* Ki>.<' you .> Ii»tl t>f twT- r.'ni* 111 ilui m-i'j VK I MI liavia riMfiillv Ixmiflit twiw Inttv- n.ilii>n,il4 liki' llu' DIM' you iiri- 1 IIIUK I ITIHK ClMtk with iHiv ur M iif ttwin Kiiui out liuw I II tcr 'Ia t iuruilii cut It.iuliiitc I >ii«lr> nil juba lt\9 ESTHERVILLE IMPLEMENT CO. 102 S. I H I Stnel i 'tiuiie 16H H-thtTvlHe, liiHu IKTERNATIOHAL A A. TRUCKS "Standard of the Highway

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