Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 21, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 21, 1952
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Last Laugh Ls On Voi/f/i, IH JUNIOR COtl,KGE BASEBALL TKAM will comploti? its 1952 sni- aon next week. Members of the team, pictured above, arc (loft to right, front row) Jack Gates, Chuck Pcmblr, Martin Fosiarty, Jim Calhan, Gilbert Amdahl and Coach Jack Kalcv. In back row arc (l^ail.v News photo anil i-nKravlnn* student manapcr Jim Chalstroni, Don Kccc;, Kenneth Hartmun, Tom nuffy. Bob B.rK.r, IMrk PinKolt, Cliltord Peterson, Pick Ivor- son and Stan Thonison. A!tliout;b whales lost their hnlry coals in adaptlnjr themselves to life in the water, some species havi> a few liairs on their bodleii. p - «. ^!•lv •:\ <,-i- wu i llT'l 1... Xi\xt»in, IH. K.U'e ;l ^IO\ip| »^ Iv. Oi .mi'.tnimi^ ;» t :iH *d liuttij l'*st iiiKbt (lilt thr laHt lattKh wji-*t -iv 'nielh .nL' el .H,- »K<un. * 1* (Ii->l!n-'^n tioifloii Cot.t -^itiil j NewtoM wi--- ••tntJKorlni! nr.nind in the ti-ifflr l«n.!i at 12tb iin.l Keo- >:tui)\tH Was H!* ttiou>:h intoMoat od OMI -* \^ere !«\\erA!m: .-unl stop pit\^ in tuiifi to .i\'ohi t^itttiih: turn en W-wton st'\ui:ered OV4T to' llle eniti and Jolneil hin coinimn- ioTi .*i in U ^i lauiihler. H\:t he ijutek- ly InH'aine . HOIIOUS when ho M*W the l>nt 1 elliliin. AfliT a Meiitoh of Ih.- slatvite.i. police found n ehar >!e of ••iniulnt- inn an intoxicjilod person Thev filed i! ii;ainiit Newton who jot a :<u-<pendoil fin.- In iiwinlelpnl oourT. I \l Iowa Sliilc \rv I iiprodnclix* Chilli \)\v* of .\«>|ili\ xiatioii ' rj«thrr\illr, l.m«. lln»> Ni >w» 1.' Jobs Avuilultio for 250 Kuriiihaiuls n.'S M..ines. Mav V'l i.T> There are openin^-^ for .50 farmhands at rates ..f $1•J.^ to $2iHt a month, the liiwa .•<late employment seivlei said ti>d;i>'. The sen ieo s.ald this lulal of Joo orders Is on file at Its offlers thr- ouwtunit Ihi' slate Uist week Jit rofTUlar farmhands ami Hit season a! workeis woie plaoid. Work orders on file Inelude Waterloo ;tj openings at $1-S to 51 !in a month: Marshalltown l^O eponln^s nt J120 to S200 a month: Council Hliiffs y openings at J12'> to $1M) .1 month. Ames. l.» .'1 .T A .lim lo 1 OiX> in. n -Im!. S;.U.- eoll.^:,- «ii.k:.d r.ii.l- t;\l»lte:s o( won.-n ul.n 'i ii-<! nUht hut app.'i--. .l,.ln 1 t;>\i ttH» moi !i sue. ^ In llie palli-i n ..f r , . nt v :i raid.-* tlie\ ^t;uN,1 t*!.-iUn^i, iin.»!h ei>;ht women'!* vl .o inittM n ^ it;, o.'impo'' a'.nil le \- Tti i II. What thi 'N" fi»iind munlv w.-ii :.«.:., ed doors i»i vae;ttetl ro.-n*'. V\',' \ i Kot then llntfel ti- loot e'.it th- unoeeupird n -oniK Slme the laid on the doini* » i-. ; not very pr\>diivllve tl-.e 'ilu.tvOt-' moveil In i>n ...oi.>rH\ eiie;< At the .Mphrt (J .imuMi I>e!!i' house woollen mel them \% ll 1\ l';*d dli 'S l .ul I." looK.' Ihi.nikli I'ollee w.-te sleiled l ..f,.ie Ih. raids ))ei:an t>ut rollej:.' pir%sl.nt Charle ^i K l *'iile\- letUt -l th .oi ot't to tnUe an\ |M>li> e iieljita \iul' it I was net 'esHatx The tliittiiit- ipiu I j eti do\\ n shiotle .iftei loidnlwl.t I <1n<' Klrl i.-p "tle.l .in $S »:udi..l.. loss Uo. k K . k 1 ••f V . ,.l ,l .-.t|. !, t lite,' - '1 n. -1 .1 1 M.,| Nti« 1« in St . hit. -r • . .1 I'., Pt \t 1 .! r \ Ii < iMv,,; .r IIM ,\ il- Aiiller* 1 f M .1 mW Vi htt fvfr »imr •kiil I ret. 5 If m^r t -r II.-. d t.. I '.>.^t. Safil for fh.idrrn. \ 1 .... ?l ..f If. e... » ^ 1 i WONDER.',:,oV, V*rry U^nlt. •n-l t .titerv ill.. |)t"s "«l"r.-s .>r f.iir ll-m- toMM ilrn^sUt I iVIaskcd Mm ,\iui)iisli I Itritisli INkstal TriirU l.ondnn. M;i\ 21 i.V S.-ven nm.- k»"d men atnl.ii.<hetl a Hiili%h p....' al Iruek .ind mule oif eiul\ i.-dm with loot it! r ports at up til IltiiftHI p.iund. I S'.V'tO.lXHl 1 Three Kuaids all. nipt lo fl>;hl .iff the lolilii'i.' Thi \ «. Ilai k I leki i Into niil.mifisi-ii .1 Like so many olhcr foods BREAD Heeds. PICNIC-MINDKD LINCOLN' first Kradors hiked to the Wayne Huntsinser homo to oat their ba>; lunches yesterday noon. Mrs. Huntsinfjor provid- iDaily News photo and enBravinK> od Kool-ade and cookies and Uoroth.v Koar, thoir teacher, provided ico cream. SECOND GRADERS ot Lincoln school at their noon lunch on the luwn at the Robert Cox homo yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Cox provided pop for (Daily News photo and ensravinK' the children and Mrs. Koy• Sternborir, their teacher, provided ieo cream. The second tri'i'lcra showed perfect attendance vesterduy. Eisenhower Gets Highest French Honor Paris, May 21 (jT")—France conferred Its highest honor—the med- aillo milRalrc—on General Du-i(,'hl D. Elsenhower today in n farewell tribute within the shadow of Na poleon's tomb. The supremo comniandei of allied powers in Europe received the award from Premier Antoine Pinay In .the couri; of honor of Les Invalldos. Tho last foreigner to receive this mark of France's highest osteom was Prime Minister Winston Churchill In 1946. i|< Ni H: TWO HOURS earlier Eisenhow or bcoamo an honorary citizen of Louveciennes, tho village of 2,400 Inhabitants In whose area SHAPE headquarters Is located. Tho general drove to the Arc do Triomphe after tho Invalides ceremony and placed a wreath of rod roses on the tomb of France's unknown soldier. •)> Ni « THE MILITARY medal is awarded to commanding officers only after they have received every other high decoration. It customarily lib reserved for enlisted men and non-commissioned officers and is lurcly awarded. With it goes a yearly allowance of 760 fiuncs, or about $2. Premier Pina.y kissed Eisenhower on both cheek.s after affixinjr the decoration. In a speech he lauded the American general for his "splendid human and military qualities." during the second world war. Too Much for Old Tugboat Number 10 Wilmington, Calif,, May 21 Old tug No. 10 was a real tough and harbor-worthy vessel. It had hauled in some pretty big ships in its day. Last Monday, howevir. No. 10 was cast In a new role—towing a floating bjirgo for a style show, with a score of eulies traipsing the dock a.s they modeled swim suits, and bra and panty sets. This was just too much for old No, 10, After getting back to its dock It capsized and sank yeatei- day. DAfic • M . INTE¥LAKEN . BALLROOM'^ FAIRMONl,MINNESOTA' SKINNY DUTCHMEN ^hursday< May 22 • • mCK FINCH Sunday, May 25 The REXALL Drug Store TRI-OGEN Rose Spray A 3-way treatment in one application Tri-ogen Kit $1.49 Tri-onen Dust H5c Rose Food Tri-ogen 5 lbs. 98e HE7Ii£iiQHUG5T0Ri EXCITING NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY PERFORMS CARPET CLEANING MAGIC!! : GLAMOREHE the horr* baouly treolment for your rugi .. Quick-SoU-Eoiyi Compl»i«ly Oifforrol! Noi e liquid loop loom or powder Pocktd ready to uie Sprinkle on, Bruih in Vacuum o(l, OIRtS GONE. CARPETS DRY ready te walk on In IS minulet. Remotei Food Siaini. CreoK. Cum, lipttick. Tor , oen Sh«( Poliih. One Gallon Beoutifully Cleoni opproiimoiely Four V>I2 rugi Holl Collen i}39..Collon S3 79. f—)HpSo»tifaitiflw Oweror.teed I (COMPLCTELY CARrrn(0« <'J,'^1 " CEONEyi 3WEeT PICKLES»J/7 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AT COUNCIL OAK CATSUP FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER..65c FHKSII DRESSED SPRING FRYERS NANCY ANN All You Want «'ach TKESII DRESSED STEWING HENS KEADY-TO-EAT Cut un ready for the Pan 99c 45c LI). u>. 35c SLICED PORK LIVER lb. 23c PORK SAUSAGE, fresh ground lb. 25c GROUND ALL BEEF lb. 49c BEEF POT ROAST lb. 59c ROUND and SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 89c SPECIAL LVNCll MEATS —- BREAD 2 tor SKA NORTH Pink Salmon;:;39c SWIFTNING <" 73c SI I'ERH RED IM'ITED CHERRIES 2' 59c Swift's Urauiischweiger lb. A\)c Macaroni and Clieese Loaf lb. 19c Pickle and l*iniento l.<iaf lb. 10c PURITAN CANNED HAMS Half Round cacJi $3.29 OMAR CAKE i Wbile 1 Dark MIX ItOI It l()l( DEAL 49c HEAD m LETTUCE BANANAS 2 29c 33c RED RII'K TOMATOES (Vllo T U I M- 21c WHEATIES (let 1 >.u It ^iirt'i) Siindiif for •). 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