Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 20, 1952 · Page 2
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Social Newi Rainbow Girls Officers Installed Public inst.'illallon of officpis of Thp Ordor of Iho Rainbow for Girls wns held Sunday nl 2:30 o'clock nt tho Masonic hall in a col- ci ful and Impicssivo coicmony Outgoing worthy advisor, Barbnrn Shrock, had charge of the installa tion and program. She WMH assisted hy Virginia Hippie, Installing niar- .siinl; itathryn Obyo, installing musician and Sherry Piilmer. installing chaplain. Installing officers were given corsages as gifts from the As.semhly, Officers installed are worthy ad visor, Mary Harni.s; worthy associate advi.sur, Diane Gibbs; charity, Nancy Hagernian; hope, Miiry Ellen Scott; faitli, Kay Miller; chaplain, Anni' Lyman; drill leader, Joan Volz; love, Ann 'McPonald; leligion, Maiy Ann Vedder;.-itatiire Lynne U'lrson'; immortaiity, Marilyn Welton; fidelity, Kathleen Weir; patriotism, Ardith Amdahl: service, Judy Shonkwiler; inner observer, Nancy Clark; outer observer, Sliirley Godsil; musician, Connie Gibbs; choir director, Joy Mileham • Choir members arc Dawn Rovn. Bobette Crawford, Janet Sidles, Caifolinc Everds, Janet Carman, Mary Alkc Gray, Joanne Danner. Judy Jensen, Virginia Martens, j Nora Jensen, Jc;in Ann Robb and Karen Perkins. The new worthy advisor, Mnry [ Harms, was conducted to the East through an aisle of lighted tapers, the colors of the color stations. Shj was presented a lovely corsage from her parents. Presentation of the corsage was made by her two little sisters, Stephanie and Kathy, Following installation of the worthy advisor, Maurita Mason sang "This Is My Task." She also sang I "End of a Perfect Day" at the conclusion of the installation services. * The worthy advisor introduced her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harms, after which the Mother Advisor, Mrs. Emmett Amdahl, the Rainbow Dad, Donald Danner and the, worthy matron of the Eastern Star, Dorothy Rogers, also were introduced to those present. Barbara Shreck, retiring worthy advisor, was presented a past worthy advi3or's pin by Nancy Hagerman. Refreshment.'! wore served at the |concIusion of the ceremonies by a committee which included Mrs. P. J. Gray, chairman, Mrs. Herman iJensen, co-chairman and Mrs. Stanley Larson, Mrs. John Carman, Irs. Don Weir, Mrs. P. R. Everds, Irs. Wayne Welton, Mrs. C. E. liUor, Mrs. John Lyman, Mvn'. Jarry Perkins, Mra. Arlene B. ;;iark and Mrs. Lester Heycr. THE DRUG STORE Your Prescription Specialists I Phannacists on Duty^ Day and Night Serving your prescription needs promptly and tl'tlclently. J. It. Hoye — rbone IS OhnmnniMulo Chapter I). A. 11. Kleots Officers. Okanianpado chapter of tho D. A. U. met .It the homo of Mrs. John Grelg Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at which time the regular business meeting and election of officers was held. Assistant ho.st- csses were Mrs. \V. W. Wilson, Mrs. F. R. Everds and Miss Amney Wood. The new officers, elected for a two-year term, who will servo are Mrs. John Groig, regent; Miss Ruth Smith, vice-regent; Miss Amnoy Wood, recording secretary; Mrs. Chnrlos Hash, corresponding sec- rotarj-; Miss Elizabeth Colt, registrar; Mrs. Paul Weir, treasurer; Mrs. E. C. Bilncy, chaplain; Mrs. William S. Johnston, historiiin; Mrs. E. E. Ix)gue, librarian and Mrs. Robert S. Knight, auditor. ' • Each year D. A. R. chapters throughout the state present awards to those girls in the different schools of the county who write the best papers on "Good Citizenship" during tho D. A. R. contest. This year there were three schools rnpresontcd. The winners and their schools were Bonita Ruth Redhead of Armstrong, Shirley Ann Olson of EstherviUe and Janus Marilyn Hammer of RIngstcd. Bonita and her mother wore guests of the meeting Saturday but the other girls and their mothers were unable to be present. Awards and pins will be mailed to the girls. Pearl Weir, Mrs. J. H. Cramer and her daughter, Jean, who played three piano selections during the program, were also guests for tho afternoon. There were four candidates for membership—Mrs. Robert Harder, Mrs. George Lucas, Mrs. W. I. Mangold and Mrs. J. A. Huff. Mrs. Ward Greer gave a report on the st.ate conference held in Des Moines March 21 and 22. Arvil Parks was guest speaker and addressed those present on "Danger of World Government." Mrs. Greer, retiring regent, made the announcement that the June meeting, a breakfast, will be held at the home of Mrs. H. S. Groig. . A buffet lunch was served to the group by tho hostesses at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Greer presided at tho lace covered table which was centered with a floral arrangement of spring flowers. «• Robert .Tohn.son Celebra(<>« JiN Sixth Birthday When you reach the age of six you arc really getting to be a person in your own right. Kindergarten days are behind you and you are ready for the big jump to first grade and all tho fun and adventure which lies ahead. This calls for a celebration and that is just what Robert Johnston, son of Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnston had ye.s- torday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of his parents. He invited sl.\ boys to come and join in the fun. They saw movies, shown by Robert's mother, and played games out of doors. Robert opened his birthday gifts when they were summoned in to lunch, which featured individual birthday cakes, decorated and bearing a lighted candle. Guests at the party were Jimmy Lee, Billy Lee, Jimmy Betty, Gar- nctt Gray, Jim Rosnndahl and Billy Kautz. Although the white potato is a native of South America, it is believed that the first potatoes imported Into the United States came from Ireland and hence are called "Irish" potatoes, says the National Geographic society. Girl Scout Council Honors .Mrs. llowyer, Mrs. Ilnmis The Girl Scout eounell and troop leaders honored Mrs. E. C. Bowyci, president of the Girl Scout loaders, and Mrs. Otto Harms, council president at a farowoll party last night after their business meeting and election of officers at the home of Mrs. Herman Joncen. The business meeting with election of officers was tho first order of tho evening. New council offi cers elected were Mrs. K, E. Meadows, president; Miss Henrietta Mllloi, viee-prosidenl; Mrs. William Green, secretary .-md ' Mr .i Herman Jensen, treasurer. * Al the conclusion of tlie businesii meeting, all work w.us laid jislde while those present joined in hon orlng Mr.s. Bowyer and Mrs. Har ms. They were presented corsages made of handkerchiefs and fresh flowers. MisH Miller made tho presentations. Mra. Bowyer at Vesent is president of the Scout loaders and leader of a Brownie troop and is a former Scout leader and Camp director. She and the Rev. E. C. Bowyer i'.nd their family are moving soon to Decorah. Mrs. Harms is Scout commissioner and has also been a Scout leader and helped with summer camp. Mrs. Harms and family will le.ave in tho near future to join Mr. Harms at Knoxvillo, where ho is manager of the Knoxvillo cieam- ery. • The Girl Scout theme was carried out in table decorations and refreshments. The tea table was covered by a Maderia cloth and centered with a floral arrangement, which with other flowers used were by courtesy of Miss Elizabeth Colt. Tea cakes were centered with tho Girl Scout emblem. -MLss Henrietta Miller and Mrs. K. E. Meadows presided at the silver services. Included in the courtesy were the honored guests and Mrs. George Hagerman, Mrs. Meadows, Miss Miller, Mrs. Edgar KnuUen, Mrs. Roger Shonkwiler, Mrs. George Pullcn, Mrs. Don Loftus, Mrs. V. A Gibbs, Mrs. Ray Rhodes, Mrs. P. G. Gray, Mrs. William Green, Mrs. Leo Domek, Mrs. Joe Betty, Mrs. Clarence Haack and Mrs. Carl Newguard. Grocery Store Prices Take Jump Today Washington, May 20 ;P— Prices in many grocery stores go up one to two cents a can today on some canned vegetables, fruits and juices. Housewives can expect increases soon on a large variety of other foods. The office of price stabilization (OPS) said It was gmnting the higher prices on vegetables, fruits and juices to compensate wholesalers for "markedly lower eornlntfs." Under this order come canned corn, green beans, peus, tomatoes, tomato juice, canned fruit cocktail, pineapple, peachc-i and pears, OPS said most independent stores will be affected hut few chain stores will be, slnce they normally buy direct from producers rather, than from wholesalers. The agency said It may issue be-' fore the end of this month an order permitting retailers to increase their mark-ups on such foods as concentrated coffee, dry cereals, cookies and many canned meats. Canned tuna and salmon would: bo excepted. A Suggestion^ Please- AFTER DUE TnOUGlIT AND DISCUS­ SION, THE SUBSCRIBERS TO THIS AD REQUEST THAT 11JNERAL SERVICES BE HELD ON WEEKDAYS RATHER THAN ON SUNDAY. YOUR COOPERA­ TION WILL BE GREATLY APPRECI­ ATED. Emmet Courv+y Ministerial Association Mayor Dan Howard East Side Cemetery EstherviUe Greenhouse Oak Hill Cemetery The Orchid Shop Sandin Funeral Home Sternberg Funeral Home Calendar of Events Tonight St. Mary'H Circle. 8 p. m. At the homo of Mrs. W. P. Kane. Members please bring one-half circle.dues. Social Or(l«r of the Beauceant. 2:30 p. m. At the Masonic hall.. Regular meeting and Initiation. 6:-l6 p. m. Pot luck supper. Kebekoh Lodge. 8 p. m. At the lOOP hall with Mrs. Rc^y Miller presiding. Entertainment and refreshments. V. F. W. 8 p. m. Regular meeting. Plans for Memorial day will be discussed. Please be present. Wednesday Our Lady of Fatltna Clrcl«\ 1:15 p. ,m. Dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. C. R., Kitchen. Mrs. Edgar Knutaon, assisting. St Ann's Circle. 1^30 p. m. Dessert luncheon at the homo of Mrs. F. O, Parsons Sr. I'.K.O. 2:30 p. m. At the lake home of Mrs. H. L. McMillan on West Okoboji. Social afternoon. Officers of the FTA Units. 3 p. m. Installation of all officers at tho home of Mrs. William Roche r. Royal Neighbors of America, 8 p. m. At the I.O.O.P. hall. Regular meeting and practice for convention. .Ser\ice Star Legion. 8 p. m. Important executive board meeting. At the homo of Mrs. Dcwolne Doughty, 108 North Twelfth street. Order of tli« \VhlU> Khrinn of Jerusalem, 8 p. m. Regular meeting. Thursday Grace Episcopal Guild. 2 p. m. At the home of Mrs. J. M. Frederickson. Mrs. George Hey- moD, assisting hostess. St, .rude's (;irclc. 2 p. m. Al the home of Mrs. Arthur West. W.M.F. of the Ksthorvllle Lutheran Church. 2:30 p. m. At the church parlors Special business meeting. Le.sson theme "Higher Education." Mrs. Everett Shaw, leader. Hostesses, Mrs. Kirstlne Thomson, Mrs. Anna Brunsvold, Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. Charles Hash, Mrs. Art Bringlo, Mrs. George Bartleman, Mrs. Elmo Bartleman, and Mrs. James Nyman. Country Club Guest Ten. 3-5 p. m. Each member may bring a guest. Officers and directors wives and officeis of tho women's organization are hostesses, Wa-Tmi-Ve. 6:30 p. m. Hamburger fry nt the •home of Pearl and Bcrnlce Clark. Bring your own table .ner- vico. Adult Degree' of Honor. 8 p. m. At tho I.O.O.F. hall. Inspection night, important that all officers and members be present. M'omen of the Moose. 8 p. m. At the city hall. Chapter night and initiation. North -Star Lodge No. 447, A. K * A. .^l. 7 p. m. Third degree. Friday Rock Island Women's Club. 2:.30 p. m. In tho city hall kitchen. General Women's Club Officers. 7:.'50 p. m. At the homo of Mrs. Virgil Slude, lll^l North Sixth Btroet. Department chairmen and directors to .start work on the year'.s program. Fellowship Class. 8 p. m. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mauck, Mr. and' Mrs. Lars Anderson and Mrs. Hilda Shrincr, .-issisting host and host- te.saes. Three Young Men Guilty Of Larceny Anamosa, la., May 20 (i5 >)~Thrce young men pleaded guilty to charges of larceny hero yesterday and a 14-year-old boy arrested with them was turned over to juvenile court. They were arrested in connection with burglaries at Anamosa, Monticello and Farley. James N. Townsond, 19, Anamosa, and John H. Mayne, 24, Dubuque, were sentenced to terms of five years each In the state reformatory at Anamosa. Sentence of - Donald E, Harms, 20, Anamosa, was held up pending Inveatigatlan of other burglories at Monticello. County Attorney James T. Re.m- ly and Sheriff Lewis Dreibolbls said that tho loot involved In the thefts included gasoline, tools, 4(HX pounds -of conveyor belting, an- adding machine, a rodl'o' and electric hot plate, two tire tubes and a car wheel, About 99 per cent of U. S. children between the ages of 5 and 13 were enrolled in schools during the 1950-51 term, says the Encyclopedia Americana. Coii^re.ssmaii Play.s Baby Sitter Los Angeles, May 20 (A^) —Rep. Chet Holifield played baby sitter for 24 hours and delivered 2-year- old Blanka Sylvia Schoenhammer, a German orphan, to her new parent% The California congressman took over the job at New York City Sunday night after Sister Vesser, a Roman Catholic nun, had. brought the baby from Frankfurt to New York. Rop. Holifield was met at the airport here last night by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Craig of nearby Montc- bello, who had worked with him for a year to arrange the adoption. The Craigs have two sons, 7 and 9 years of age. Second Fire in Week Des Moines (JP) —The Barco Chemical Co., located in the Fort Des Moines housing area, had its soc- •nn^^iro Iiv.^arwcek last night. The floBh" fire occurred in the same chemical room where fire broke out last Wednesday. Michael Gobush, 31, still bandaged as a result of the previous fire, suffered additional burns. Tho earlier fire caused $50,000 damage but officials said last night's lass was less extensive. The blaze was believed caused by a motor. jiio: Mrs. Hoii*fhlon Is Av(^ilnhle Red Oak, la., MMV 20 WV)- .Mrs. H. C. Houghton, who last week completed her term as president of the Xntional F I 'lioraiion of Women's clubs, said nt her home here yesterday that .sfie is interested in an appointment to n federal cabin- Esthor\illi', Iowa, Daily News Tiics,, May 20, 1052 ot po .Ht or n pl .Tco as nmbassndor. Mrs. Houghton confirmed that she had been approached on the subject of accepting the Republican vice presidential nomination but she said she did not fool qualified for that job. She has boon .-iciivo .since h"r return homo. Last night she was guest speaker at the Red Oak Rotary club. .... Mrs. Houghton plans ta go to" Washington June 7 for a' Bdpub- llcan meeting. Then she wl|l bo n guest at Tho Netherlands embassy where she will receive tho award of the order of tho Orange-Nassau from Queen Jullona. 3ho Is the first American woman to receive the award. TOMTICAL .Mn -KltTISF .ArKNT POLITICAL APygRTIBEMlilNt To the Voters of Emmet In the interest of good government in Emmet county and in Ijehalf of Mac Logan, candidate for shieriff in tlie Republican party primary, we, his friends and, neighbors, wish to make this statement to the voters of Emmet County who may not know him personally. As neighbors and friends who have known him for the last 10 to 12 years we •.•{ know that you will find him honest, dependable and well qualified in every respect, to carry on the duties of the office of sheriff. The respect he enjoys among teenagers who know him and the influence he • has with them will be a valuable asset to the office. He believes in crime preven- • tion more than in punishment of juvenile offenders. , We know that in the June primary Emmet county voters have a real opportU- ' nity to nominate a man who will be a fine asset to the office of Emmet county ] sheriff. ? SIGNED: C. J. Landc Stanley Young C. L. Torreson Wayne Richard Ralph Torreson Stanley Richcy Porter. Jhdrson* Joe Lande Clarence Ghristianson Ivan L. Cook Joe Brinkman H. N. Johanscn Herman Andrcsen Chester Paulson Norman Ri Olson Oscar Peterson S. T. Dybdahl Alvin Brinkmau Alfred Hurlburt Wilbur Schnell Ernest Henrickson Elden Spencer Bert Farmer ckeQ HieMioof NEW FROM THE INSIDS OMT -No trim change here. This one's Ttally new, not just a 1952 face lift. For this is the Forerunner-styled. Space-planned Mercury— the car with the future features that the others wish they had. SlQndard Mulpntnl, a(C<u«rl*i, and Irira Ulwttatid art lubjtd lo chant* without nolle.. WWI. tldt-wall HTM optlonolol utra coft. COME IN TODAY FOR Y,OUR"PRIZE'WINNING DRIVE" TRY THE ~ a -VEAR WINNER THAT TOPPED ALL OTHER CARS IN 1952 MOBILGAS ECONOMY RUN Step up to the oai;,lhat makes others look—and ride—like ycars-ago models. Step out in the cur that again won the Grand Sweepstakes Prize — ihe car that has taken first-inrolass Itonors three times in three years in Mobilgas Economy Runs, Then try lo act nonchalant. Try to quiet the quickening of yoiir pulse as you wing along on your first "Prize-Winning Drive." Sea 1 wliat tlrtit "lot's go'' •' Pbrerunner- Styling i docs even for visibility, especially dqwn Cront and over that right, front fender. Discover hbw Mercury engineers have driver-planned this car with future features like the buih<out-fr6m> the-dash Interceptor panel. But most important, <tnd out what Mercury's new Uve-iveiglit design—teamed with a far- advanced stepped-up V >87-hB8 dwe for bftjluvpe _ and Itaivdlihg. Feel tlus car's almost unboUov- ', able ground-hugging stablUtyjoundinSicuryes- It's a new expetienpe in n)otoring> (is one "Prlie-^injilng, OriviB" will provei. Stop'in today and see for yourself. 509 First Avenue No. Esthorville, loWa

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