Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 21, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 21, 1952
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Pcrsoiial Menlion Planting Bee Held at Nitchals Farm Friends and nciRhbora of Mia LOUIB Nichtals and family of TeiHl arrived at their homr Monday morning v.-ltli 24 tractors and other needed equipment and planted 120 acres of corn for thorn before the day was ended. The NIchtais family had been unable to do this worlt because of the illness and death of Mr. Nichtals. Wives at the neigliborhood men wore also on hand as they furnished and served dinner to the workers. Men who helped were Fred Eckley, Miles Netsch, Elmer Carter, Robert U O'Ncil, Wilbur Anderson, Leo Taylor, Louis L. Grady, Kay- inond Hemme, Claude Shaffer, Alfred Johnson, Lyle Alexander, Howard Hlldreth, Emmett Hudson, Jlerb Giffin, Oelwein Anderson Aadnc Ness, Bernard Wornke, Elvin Lowls, Amet Lind, Bruce Sampson, Chester Anderson, Bruce Hll­ dreth, Harold jXNlchtal.'» and Leo \V. Mathews. Henry Ilapp and brother, Ocop- ge, who work for Iowa Road Builders, at OsaRC spent the weekend hero, Margaret Scholtcs ot Minnea]to- 11s arrived Monday night to spend the rest of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scholtes and her sister, Mary. Mr. and Mrs. B. BI. Ihlan arc home after spending a week end at the home of Mr. Ihlan's brother, Robert of Pipestone, Ml»n., and visiting friends at Luvcrne, Minn,, Garretson, S. D., and Sibley. Signe Nielsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Nielsen and a student at Iowa State college in Ames spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Nielsen. She returned to Ames yesterday. Jlr. and .Mrs. Carl Bombnrgrr and Ruth wer" Suntiay guests of Mrs. Bombar^or's brother and sls- ton-in-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur Hlldreth ot nolllvor. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. IMeper drove to Tipton yesterday where they wore over night guests at the home of their son and daughter-in- law. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Pieper. Mrs. L. G. IfhompHon of Esther- villc and Mrs. Ralph Miller of Algona returned Saturday from Rosomont. Minn., where they via- llcd Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rcichmann and family. The Relchmanns have a new baby girl, Cynthia Lynn, born in March. They now have four daughters and u son. Frank Shipley, Mrs. Rolland W. Shipley, Lorraine Balmer and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hill left early this morning for Camp McCoy, Wis., whore they will meet Sgt. Rolland W. Shipley, Sfc. Dareld Gage and M/Sgt. Donald Hill who have recently returned from Germany and gone to Camp McCoy where they are receiving their discharges. They will return home tonight. Sirs. J, C. Smith returned Saturday from Minneapolis where sh«> attended the national convcntlr»n of the General Federation of Woman's clubs. Mr^ K. K. Xau is expected home this evening from West Bend where she has been visiting with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCombs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. BIKKS returned homo last night from a week's visit at Fon Du Lac, Wis., with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brown and at Green Bay with several friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ira May of Trenton, Mo., visited Sunday with Mrs. L. G. Thompson. They formerly lived at Esthervillc and stopped here en route to Minnesota, THE Davenport Council Dodges Issue Davenport, la., May 21 /P—Davenport's aldermen have again skillfully dodged a vote on the contro- vcralal rent control question. A week ago they refrained from a decision following a public hearing on the proposal to decontrol. Last Monday the Rock Island, 111., city council voted 7 to 6 to lift rent control and it was expected the Davenport council would be spurred into action. However, at a committee of the whole meeting Tuesday, Alderman Ray O'Brien spearheaded a movement for another vote postponement. An attempt will 'be made tonight at the regular council meeting to obtain a vote on the question. DRUG STORE Your Prescription Specialists [Pharmacists on Duty^ Day and Night Serving your prescription needs promptly and cftlciently. J. I* Hoye — Phone IS THOMAS— Continued from page 1 died In infancy. Surviving his death are one son, L. E. Thomas and a daughter, Mrs. William Hil es, both of Eatherville. Also surviving are 11, 13 great grandchildren and two bro thers. Prentice of Lima, la., and James ot Wadena, la. Funeral services will bo held tomorrow at the Sternberg funeral chapel at 2 o'clock with the Rev John De Long officiating. Burial will bo In the Hazelton cemetery Friday with graveside services at o'clock. Charles, City Get-Out-the-Vote Drive Underway Charles City, May 21 ta>)— This north Iowa community is going all out this year to get out the vote for the Juno 2 primary elections. A total of 51 organizations here are co-operating in a drive to: 1. Register every eligible voter. 2. Sound out the views ot the candidates. 3. Produce a record-breaking primary vote. Chairman ot the non-partisan project is Stanley Moody, an attorney. Service clubs, veterans' group, even the Boy Scouts all arc Joining what is called the "Ballot Battalion." A highlight of the project will be a major political rally Friday evening at the high school. Speaking will bo two candidates seeking nominations for governor, Kenneth A. Evans, Emerson, a republican, and Mayor Hcrschel Liovclcss of Ottumwa, democrat. The two other Republican candidates for the gubernatorial nom inallon. Lt. Gov. W. H. Nicholas, Mason City, and Gov. William S. Beardsley will bo represented by speakers. A parade with floats and bunds will precede the rally. At Holy Fsndfy Hotqritel Mr, and Btra. Cynta GiUnn of Graettlnger are parents of twin daughters born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson of Bancroft are parents of a son l)om yesterday, Mr. and Mn. John Oenrich of Eatherville are parents of a daughter born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Iliuikey of Esthcrville are parents of a daughter born yesterday. Mr. and Sirs. Lawrcnce Edwarda of Ringsted arc parents of a son born yesterday. Mra. Elmer Borohen of Ksther* vilic entered the hospital >'C8terday for a tonsillectomy, Ronald Thomburr of EstherrUlo was admitted yesterday for surgical treatment GoHiily VIOCMI Fund Nearing $1,450 Mark The Emmet county flOKVl roUi-C fund Jumped onolhi r $2.^ with ri*- ceipt of two more conlrU>utlons The fund Is noaring the $1,4M mark. Contributions may hi- loft at the Emmol County Stnto bank or the Dally Now.* offlcf. The flow! fund drlvo to <into: Previously rr |Kirlfd: $1,III .A& Lutheran natiglilrrs nf the Refonnatlon 50.00 Omvcr I.«dlrH LeAiruo .VOO Clarence Clemniensen of Graet­ tlnger entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Mrs. Ada Evcleth of BathcrrUIe was admitted yesterday for mcdl cal cure, Mrs. Arlene B. Clark of Esthor- vlllo entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. DbmlKsaLi yesterday were Bbw. Glen Bonnlcksen and baby boy of EstherviUe;- Mrs. Lawrence Roin esch and baby boy of Etethorvtllo Phillip Wolfe of Superior, surgical treatment; Mrs. Ben Roach of thervillo, surgery; Mrs. Guy Webster of Spirit lAkc, surgery; Gerald Welhauscn of Titonko, akirg- eiy; Dewalne Doughty of Esther­ viUe, medical; John Peterson of Esthcrville, medical; Mrs. Anna Mailer of EstherviUe, medical. 'cAiT spring vegefabres v^!:: with WHEN Wr RAINS PLAIN OR IODIZED IT POURS Seeks 2nd National C^emetery in Iowa Des Moines, May 21 JP —Establishment of an additional national cemetery In Iowa is requested in a resolution adopted by the council of administration of the Iowa Veterans of Foreign Wars. In announcing the action today the VFW said It grows out of prol lems which came to a head when an Indian veteran of World War II was refused burial In a deslgna ted Sioux City private cemetery. Iowa's only present national cemetery Is at Keokuk. CHRISTIANS— Continued from page Bonnell, of the Fifth avenue (New York) Presbyterian church— "There is appalling evidence of corruption and venality througl out America. Materialism has eat- on Into the heart of our land. We have raised gods of iron, silver, gold and wood, x x x' We need a great breath of God blowing tlir ough the nation.". GRADUATES— Oontintted from pACe 1 James L. Wclton and Dorothy BYances Woodyard. * * * JUNIOR COLLEGE candidates for diplomas are Harold A. Berryhill, Marjory Ann Butler, Jamoa H. Chalstrom, LaVon Mario OahlJte, Russell E. Davis. Lorraine I. Foley, Donna Marcc rfeldke, Rhtoda- bello A. Hin, Harry C. Munson Jr., Betty Lou Person, Maurice H. Sal- ycrs, Laura Lavonno Smith, Dtiano A. Stober, Norman Leo Waters and Mabel Lena Whttehlll. About 212,000 cubic foot of water a second flow over Niagara Falls It is believed the banana originated In Southeast Asia, COMING SOON FREE MAYTAG Dutch Oven Cooking School Don't Miss It Congratulations... Ringsted Seniors Top Row: Joloen Thiel, Eugene Artner, Janice Peterson, Jerry Nelson, La Rue Oulbertaon, Lyia Benaen, Robert Domek. Scconii Row: Joann Justice, Ronald Jensen, Glen Olson, Lloyd Petersen, Lowell E. Jennings Jr., Margie Moore. Bottom Row: Margery Anderson, James Holte, Billie Smith, Robert Twait, Janus Hammer, Kenn«tb L. Peterson. « Cooperative Grain & Products Co. Today's total «I .43 «.U low a (•uurti I'nit (lliosm for Trophy .MorshntUoWTi. In.. May It .1' Mill shnlUiiw n'n nntionni tirvril v!i» it. <-.>in)>.vny of th'- IftSth tnf\nt IV, hrt"* hi'<n rht^^f'd n.« *>n*' 2\ t :\iM%\ iiiiUs in tho nf\tli«n !•» r • • • i\* \hi- Ki«>-nho» i -r tt >>phy. Tin i« >ril 1 .1 n\a.le by the nnlioiint gum.I I'nr van tor units high In nvmitinr mnintenani-e of xrencth. drill ni trnitunco. nnd nillllary r\i'.-;;.r.f (Ivirln^- IWl, SOCIETY— CXtattnirtid tnm pmgm t i >f th.- nlre thlriK" nhotit t'l-linj nin.' . vt-nm i.l.l I Ulllrt k -irl Oif's I •-.\',\ »>.' «.! . XI IMpc .ind »<i I nit,, i Tl-'- wi -lii.-r r»i.-\.«t xil ttipi- • n»uu n l.>lli>'«.d «tt <T uM I t r, u|i ,if tlr «<l hut h tjipN i.;'i< %Miuli -.t way honn-. ! .hilly K.*» 'i i:\ lilt in. :iul --.l I K:ill\V .\ti-.i.l»«i«, M. [von.xl.l. Ptilvirn Hini«omnt\. J«uot Htinv,!'-. Iloi- « Ju«lv J" Jljiriiiiin, .1.) in l!.tl\ K.itM.rn U.I.MV T. n7',% K^thervIlK lam*, VM.U Svvn Wfd.. May 21. 1052 8 Tho United ftUt«« Mltttmry Ac».A. The term "imtnto" wivn nr-.l up pllod to the swert polnlo nnil In li-r trunnfi-rred to ll\o whiti' i>nt:v to. nlthoueh thi- two plantu iii>' »n ly (llntnntly r<li\t«l. ii»>Ti th.- .N-> linnal GiH )Kraphlc nocUty. Th.r.> l« t\ l.'Kcn.l Ih.-vl j.'^'^''*'" IriTjj ithi>».' pri'.Uirlni: .mikinK t>» n:»n:l.t> r\lBtlHl 111 thl' »ii«tdtt< i>f SPECIAL PUReHASE WASH MOP FOR CAR and HOME FITS STANDARD GARDEN HOSE A BIG $1.49 VALUE. NOW WHILf THIY MItN WAtM HOW* twaowM MOMOA* MARU WMOOW AM* IA «n Buy on Our Easy Budget Terms firC^tOtlC STORES 16-18 S. 6tl| numo 120

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