Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 20, 1952 · Page 3
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iVraoiml i>Uiii{»» Leave on Flight to Norway Mr. and Mr«. Ingval Dakn of Oruver and O. P. HanHcn of Esther- vlUe drove to Minneapolis Sunday and yesterday morning Mr. Dalcn and Mr. Aanaon boarded a plane bound for New York City. From there the two men will fly to Cop- nnhagcn, Denmark, from which point they will embark for Norway wh«re they will spend the next three months visiting with relatives OTd friends. Mr. and Mrs. Martin BUTKI^ and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Boo drove to Luvernc, Minn., yesterday to attend the annual observance there of Norwegian Independence day. Mr. and MrM. Tom Ruckman riv turncd from n week's visit with their 8on-ln-1a4t and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.' dbert Drangstad of Boulder, Colo.,'and J with their son and daughter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Rttckman of Alliance, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hash rook drovo to DCS Moines Thursday and spent the week end with the lat- tor's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McMullen and family.; They also visited at the home of .their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McMullen. Mm bifval Dalen of Gnivcr, her sister, Mrs. Tom Thompson of Bs- thervllle and Mrs. Dorothy Bush of West Bend left yesterday for ^ a month's visit in California with rol&tlveil and friends. Mrs. Dalen is especially anxious to sec her daughter, Joan Peton, formerly of Gruvor and Esthervllle. Mra. Nettie E. D. Tedrow had ax hoUse guests this past week end her son, e. D. Tedrow of Princeton. 111., and her grandsot), James W. Tedrow of Chicago. James Ted- low recently received hjs discharge Irom the armed services, having been In Tokyo for the past year. He. will resume his law business in Chicago next week. iHr. and L. M. Chrlntensen returned Friday evening after spending winter months at Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. John Hill returned with them and is visiting with Mr. and Mra. Chrlst'enson for several days after which she will visit other 'parts of the state. Mr. Chris- tcnsen reports that his health la Improved that they are home and hope to stay here for some time. tt Leo Colhan, currently on furlough at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Calhan, visited last week In JoHet and Sennea, 111.^ with relatives. On his'return hofno ho brought with him his sis- tor, Mrs. Stanford Reid and Beth Lu'ngren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pajul Lungren. Mrs. Reid and Miss Uungrcn returned , to their respective homes yesterday when Lt. Cal- hah and his mother ^o.pl^ them, to M4son City, from which poJnt they flew to Chlcugo. Miss Lungren, eniploycd by TWA at Chicago had spent the week end with her parents and her sister, Paulo, homo from her teaching duties at Lie Mara for the week end. Miss Lungren has been promoted to ticket agent for TWA.and assumed her new duties today. Dr. Terry I. Anderson OPTOMETRIST Snccessor to Dr. R. C. Biggs • Over Eminet County Bank Esthervllle, Iowa Office Phone 432 . Closed Saturday Afternoon .•Vlr. and Mrs. Or\1s Kalt^ed and family of Wallingford spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Orenis and family of Gruver. MrA. R. ,T. KlIlNon and sons, Bobby and Billy of St. Paul, Minn., spent the week end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson. Mr. and Jlrs. Bert Duels and Mr. and Mrs. Don Manthe of Minneapolis spent the week end at the home of Mr. Manthc's paronts. Mr. and Mr.". O. F. Manthe. Mr. and MrH. James Trunnell and Kathy of Spencer were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Trunnell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lough. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Jaotcson of Minneapolis came Saturday for an over night visit at the home of Mrs. Jackson's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mra. Arnold Clau- .sen and son. Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Sorenson and Mel drove to Badger Sunday to attend the golden wedding anniversary observance of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Warland. Mrs. Romalne Sondrol vlHlt«>d from Friday until Monday at Grinnell with her sister, Mrs. Blanche Thompson. Mrs. Thompson is house mother at Mears' Cottage, which houses about 50 girls. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bradshaw over tho week end were the latter's brothci- In-Iaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kimball and family and her brother, Melvin Hochstattor from Park Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Claronoe NorrU left yesterday morning on a trla during .which they will visit with relatives in Oklahoma and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles KIrod of SlouiC Falls were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mauck. Mr, and Mrs. Charles .lacknon of Wallingford were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. Supper guests who were a*, the Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and Mr. and Mrs. EnrI nus.iell of Mllfnrd. Mrs. James Bleroe ri<turni-d from Iowa City yesterday after spending the week end with her son and daughter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kelton Houts. Mr. Houts will gradu ate on June 6 from the Univer.iity of Iowa. Cpl. JamcN D. Peterson arrived homo Saturday from Obcramnior- gau, Germany, for a 30-day furlough at the home of his parent."?, Mr. and Mrs. Ma.x Peterson, 802 North Fifth street. He will repoi t to Camp McCoy, Wis., for re-assignment in the states nt the conclusion of his furlough. Sirs. L. L. Jones and son, Bernard spent the week end at Marcus with the foimier's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mc- Intiro. At the same time Mr. Jone-t and Lawrence, In company with Max Stump and son Russell, and Kenneth Roberts of Spirit Lake drove to northern Minnesota for .i week end fishing trip. At Holy Famny Hospital Mra. Herbert Curry of Gracttln- ger was admitted yesterday for surgery. Mrs. Eula Williamson of Esther­ vllle entered the hospital .yesterday for medical care. Mrs. Jotm Ilelmor of Kenton was admitted yesterday for medical care. Merle Puhmmnii of Lake Park entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. VirgU Borchardt of Fenton vtaa admitted yesterday for medical care. Ronald Kolpin of Esther>1Ue entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Dismissals yesterday were Mrs. Walter Wilke of Esthervllle; Mrs. Donald Midthun and baby girl of Spirit Lake; Mrs. Albert Elhauacn .and baby boy of Mllford; George Gorham of Esthervllle, surgery; Marvin Dahl of Superior, medical; Rasmus Madison of Ringsted, medical; Allie Wink of Esthervllle. medical; Francis Mahan of Esther­ vllle, medical; Mrs. Jack Robinson of Esthervllle, medical. GRAETTIISGER Home from St. Paul. Mrs. C. H. Brown is expected home this next week from a winter's stay in St. Paul, in tho home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stoddard and family. New Pastor (Coming. George Nollson, local trucker, expects to go to St. Paul Wednesday to bring • to Graettinger the household goods belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Tolo and family. Mr. Tolo will be the pastor of Ou.- Saviour's and First Lutheran congregations upon his ordination and graduation from the church theological seminary. NOTICE LAST CALL BABY CHICKS May 29fli Last Hatch Get your- brooder house ready at once and come in to get your chicles while we still have some available. HATCHERY Mrs. Peron Treated With Cobah Bomb Toronto, May 20 (vT>t—Tho Toronto Telegram soys Mrs. Juan Peron, first lady of the Argentine, was treated with the cobalt bomb three weeks ago at Victoria hospital In London, Ont., after being flown there under "the tightest of security cloaks." The cobalt bomb is a radio-active treatment. Several months ago Mrs. Peron was reported suffering from cancer. The Telegram .says Mrs. Peron is one of the few persons in th'' world who have received treatment from the Canadian-developed cobalt bomb. Cobalt Is «n clement in nature. It is made radioactive by being placed in an atomic pile, or reactor. r:()iiNCii>— ConHnoed from |MMt« 1 health officer, requested the council to hiio i> public health nurse for thi> summer months to look after the c.i.ios of ringworm and head lice dthcovun-d in the public schools In the iw .1t two months. Mrs. Lawrence Madden, school nurse, hn.s been treating nn lncrensln,{ number of students for the two afflictions but school will close the end of this month. She agreed to help find a nurse who would moke monthly checks on the children Involved. The council agreed to hire a nurse if one could be found. * « » THK COUNCIL also voted to charge applicants for moving permits, the cost of publishing the permits in a newspaper and for special council meetings colled s-periflcally to approve the permit*. An application for a special building permit for a temporary building at Fifth street and Central avenue was rejected by thi> council on the grounds that tho size of tho proposed building would iiccessitote a rise in insurance rates of surrounding buildings. The application was made by Joe Nelson and Roger Shonkwller for Horker-Beauman lumber company. The one sealed bid received by the council for oiling the city streets was accepted from the lowh Road Building company. « • • ALBKRT IIEVWOOD, volunteer fireman, was appointed as actlnf assistant fire chief during the leave of absence given Clarence Kurt« because of 111 health. Selection of a oommlltee to accompany business and firemen to Mankato, Minn., to see a fire truck with extension ladder in operation was discussed but no action was taken. An ordinance prohibiting parking on the east side of North Ninth street to Fifth avenue north was given a first reading and tabled. JSvwsprinl Pricr Hike ts httir 15 Tori>nt». .M«v i.lt Snnu- ol thr Onniuliitn prtwluont i\t ii .-w-* print hiiv,- ilrt-td,-,! it> put into ''f f<-et .liini- 1.' Ihi- $ir*-a ton iiu i. «••• in the prioi' of no\\s;tUnt <'\i«oit»'ti to Iho Vnltoii StHt.i l>t.liiianl,v all \hr pioiUu-.ls follow I hi- I. :til of lho(if fii.1t nniio\iiu-ini.' Abttlbl Power .ind Paixi Cn. Ltd.. Kaiil It hiiil mlvUnl Us i-u.- tomors Iho inoro.'i-io wmiM (M- niailo SM of .luno l.^ It vH?* vmdt-r.^toixi 111 least ono other liiiKi l.'an:iilii>n company had KiV'-n similar Information to Il.t Anii'itoan oustotm-rn Tho Incroaso lirtn^s th.> i>rU'.- <lo- llvoivd to Now York to $1M n Ion. Prices nl nlhor V S points vurv by ronci. Tho Ca nail Inn tiajio price roninInK at $11? a ton plun sali'.i tax. Tho last inor .'iK'. al .-io Sill .i t.m. wai< ofloi'livi' l.-ist .hih' 1 m l>olh fho U S. and t'anailii Timr To B f*«Hii Spi'ayitifl; <>f .VppU' TftTs Distributes $3,()S5 Jaycee Flood Check Blencoe, lo,. May 20 /P—The BIcncoc flood disaster committee today distributed a $3,636 relief fund it received from tho Alliance (Neb) Junior Chamber of Commerce. Clarence Nikoioison, committee treasurer, said the money was apportioned among 53 families which lost household goods and furnish- ;lngs in tho recent Missouri river flood. Ho added: "It went a long ways In alleviating a distressing situation." Sabrr Jet Pilots Bag Four Ih'tl Plant's Seoul. Korea. May '.'0 i.l'i .Snhio jet pilots reported thoy .thot down four communist join ovir northwest Korea tiMliiy, Tho air liattl- near the Manchuitan hoi dor pio- duced Amerloa '.i 16lh jot aoo A U. S. fifth iilr fiiroo announoo- ment said tho now It.lll.i inl»id total destrtu'tion of UusHlan-hullt MIGs In the Koroan war to Col. Harrison 11. Thyng of I'lttH- fieid, N. 11.. commandor ot tlio fourth fightor-intercoptor win*!, t;"l his jet ace latlni; in tho flKlit iieui the Yalu rlvor. Allied air IOHHO.I. if any aro announced weekly. Wnini wrathi 'i 'f tvo<> \%«-.*W* .luo (I 'Hod .ipplf troo .i ini.' Ido.uiiliiti , <|iili'koi than UKHHI in Knini>-' i .>unl.\ K P n KniiMit iounl\ . o \t*-nsion tlu-»»otoi. ..ii>:»:i'*tii that .\"oii nppiv tho flr ^t oovi-r ^prn> ntxmt l«o w.oks afti-r pot.iln hnv • fallori fnmi apple tiooji CoploK of till- »j>rn.\ mhodulo ou! lining niatrilals nooded In the flr«i ; oovot spiav ran l>r ohtnlnrd on n- quost to- i,*)un> t»ffier, Tho upray will oonlrol npidi- i ?cah. oodar rust, .-^nd i-tHilIng nn >th,' It oan I'o irprayod i n app|p». plun >i> ; ponrs and ohorrl«'s A good .iiprny H elthei two tnlilo • itpoon^ of lead nr»onntr or IHI por r> nt wiltnblo DDT phm rllher tw»i InhlospoonK of dry lime or Ihtee talilo«pm>n« nf wottahle niilphur in <.nr gallon of wntor For sprftylnK pouchoii and npri I'ot.s. l.,own I ooonimondii mixing two taliloK |x >i >n» of load nrsonatr with two (ahloitpoons of hydmtod Umo and tlnoe talilesptionn of wi-t- talilo sulphur in one gallon of w»- toi One of the grnoral purpose sprays also will wotk on all fruit trees in pInV-e of the ahovi- recnni- niondations. If Insects actually arc noted on (•oosoherries. currants, strawher- I ios at this time. Lown nURnesls •liisling with rotenone I Parifir (irrxlionml i BuHOM Begin Rolling Kranoiiiio M«\ MP I'.i.if i," Oli->tioi.nd till*'-. •'-ic.^n rtt/.mi: t«.la\ »t\er IV »t i ik< t'.-ind duMi In !»<-Vt-n m-o^tfin «t:it,* iN^nipjin% of firiU.. Huld main lin< « f(.ini V\ Pa »o Vox .SsH |.,H<' t"l(\ AII-u.|io I <liir fit\i\ ISittUn.l Ort- .«ta(f .1 ..(• I 'irtTlOi,- ur«t»«rtl ..*t dan n '.•|;»t»-.| till*. i-,*ior into i;,-n*-T.tl u»o In F'viii>o«- dill lot; Ih' .rion.l half o' 111, i.'ih (•,ntiir\ It is believed that Sotith AslMtlo poopio began miRiKtInK eastward across the Parific about the time of fhrliit Many birds aio relatively color blind. Tho RKXALL DniR Store n&H Sure Kill ANT SYRUP Guaranteed to rid tlio puemise.s of ants in 24 hours. 4-oz. Bottle 35c THE DRUG STORE DEAF? FREE D15MON8TRAT10N >Ve<it«»rn Kl«.rtrie itnd Itlodrl 61 Audlvnt Hearing Aids TJII'KH., .MAY « (lAllDSTON IIOTKL H u. ni. lo I! N<H>n Haltorlos and reitnlrs for moil niaki'M Free osltmales If you wish, Wi 'Bloin Klooirlo Hearing tng alilH di'slgniHl by Hell Tolopliono I.alinralurlen Auillvox. a ooMipaiilun for ijuallly and natlonM 'Idi' NOI- vloo If voii i-annot oonio In write for KKKK Hooklot to: UnVA AVDIPIIONK (M>. 10 yoaiN at HU Klenilng Uulld- Ing, MOM Moines. Iowa MATCH ITIFYOU CAN South 6th St. Esthervllle Your present car will probably more than cover the full down payment. Mge Pependabllh uine Esonomy. f ... And Look What Dodge Givos Youl Famous Oriflow Rid* 2^ *<Doubl«-.Safe" Brakes 2^ Mora Hood Room, Log Room, Hip Room 2V "Watcht9wor" Visibility ^ 2^ Dodgo-Tint Safoty Gloss 2^ Sofoty-Rim Whools •MAKI YOURS A TROUSIE-FRII VACATION IN A DiriNOASlI DOOOI- THOMAS MOTORS. SMi and Cenfrol Esthervllle, Iowa < hi, rtfi t .-I" Xh^^r tnwaiM «er*J .imtinf jii-r^nrv* r^rtvinc n*w «:i -n 11 v .i «<niO!r -»n!» If ih^ «nn»- , .\-o*-riin M *;<ii' «-»invrn*loo in 1 v'tii-As; ' .Vf -r \.t ,»v Vn.-v ;»r*- T'<t ! Iliitk.- lUmnr in I'Mppmfnlrr. I'tUo. ! ..nd \fi .!i4 Mr« Mhfti Ha- Slhf >!i ' K->' M>di">>n to In<li» p »-i uiirnt « Arr !)'-iniE ni-ui" »nih ii«|"i iiud.- from twmbon f^thrrvllk. Iowa, IHiUy Nrtws Tur*.. .^I»y 20. 1952 S Estherville Hardware 4 Stock Reduction Cherh (he hnrraino IIKUHI here Then rhrefc 'oni In the .tore. Still Going Strong 10 boxes Long Rifle Shells ;/„ 5.03 OTIIK.lt AM>H.MTI«),N l(i;il| (K.ll Wi. TiUl >n)ur.t, nil Remington Single Shot Winchester Automatic Stevens .22 Rifle MOni'.l. M Savage Over and Under M«>i>r.i, M Winchester 12 Gauge .MODKI. li Winchester 12 Gauge rig l« to I"* 39 20 ri-K •Ul ,'iO i «lf *)> 2.-. MM 14.24 29.95 21.95 27.95 63.95 82.95 Appliance Sale POP-UP TOASTERS Otha-rn n-durnd l&'i. luo WAFFLE IRONS Othor. r<-diiii.l too IRONS Othi-r. r. iliK.d 2.'.'i i.-o HAIR DRYERS ELECTRIC CLOCKS Olhrm rrlllll<<l Vt'i loo RADIOS Othnra rrdurod . {lut ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS Other* nwluci'd 'ifi%. Iwi FRENCH FRYER 4^ KNIFE SHARPENER CURLING IRONS up to 25% off 1396 T./ i '"It 14 AO M K I7t» 4 AO r.(f 21 »A I2»5 12J7 7.45 13.45 3J7 21.20 9.70 33.95 10.35 87c iiiii ',1 •mull ALL TOYS CLOTHES HAMPERS 25% off :z 5J21 'Olh. in fdm . d jr.'i ' Toledo Utility Tables 4.97 ALL GIFT \riHK 2()% OFF Ivory, titrm and Itark Blu.< FIESTA WARE .« much 40% off NAPPIES 14.INCH CHOP PLATES 13.INCH CHOP PUTES mH 53c ^ 79c K^' 59c

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