Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 22, 1952 · Page 3
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Personal Mention Dr, Reeds To Leave for Cottage in Minnesota Claude Ruckman of Zearlne was a Tuesday viaitor at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ruckman. Air, and Mni. Charlex Robinson left Tuesday to spend a week or 10 days at their cottage on the Lakc- of-the-Woods in northern Minnesota. Mr, and Mrs. Waldo Brink, Mrs. Robert Reed, Ray Janscn of Alton and Bernard Janscn of Milford arc expected home the first of th-j week from Sacromento, Calif., where they have been visiting their lather, John Janscn, who Is 111. Ai Holy Funny Bospital Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wclp of Bancroft arc parents of a son born yesterday. Mr. and Mni. JL UCBM Mein of Armstrong are parents of a son born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin KoUascb or •Swea City arc parents of a son born yesterday. Harold Bun.« of RIngiited rnter- (^d the hospital yesterday for surg .•ry. Mrs. Nell rctcrHon of Ksthot.- villc was admitted yesterday for surgery." t Samuel Shll,oy of Gracttlngcr entered the hospital yesterday for -surgery. John Carlson of Gracttln^er wan admitted yesterday for medical care. Richard Provencher of Arni- .•<lrong entered the hospital yesterday for mRdlcal care. Herbert Howard of Ksthervlllu v\as admitted yesterday for medical care. Mrs. Charles Joni 'H of EHthiT>llli entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. DismlKsols yestJtrday were Mrs, Claude Shaffer and baby boy of Tiurll; Elmer Borchers of Esther ville, tonsillectomy; Mrs. Floyd Given of EstherviUe, medical; Stt:- na Hyrup of EstherviUe, medical. Mrs. BosBie Alt of Dcs Moines, medical; John Doling of Dunncll. sui plcjil treatment. Obituary Death Comes to Florence Ewin^ 111 California To Dedicale * f New Artificial Lake Sunday ' Husband T€ikes Nftmr of Wife Dr. and Mrs. A. I. Reed expect to leave next Wednesday for their cottage at Rush Lake, Minn. They will be accompanied by Mrs. Bertha Wiley and Claude KinsVy of Charles City. On June 1. thry will be joined by their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Potter and family of Graettlngrr, who will spend their vacation with them. Mrs. LI/41 Ridley left early this v.eek for Plainview, Minn., where she will spend the next several wi ^eks visiting with relatives. Mrs. Joe Krpelding returned yesterday from Council Bluffs, where she had gone to accompany her friend, Mrs. Ada Wohmeyer of Lake Park, who was Injured In an auto accident last winter, to a ho.s- pllal for further treatment. T/Sgt. and Mrs. I.loyd Kurtz and children, Jean and Lloyd Jr. arc visiting at the home of Mr. Kurtz' father, Clarence Kurtz and family. Sgt. Kurtz has spent the past two years in Korea and Japan. On Sunday they were joined by several other members of the family for dinner and the afternoon. Thoso present were Mr. and Mrs. Ra.v- mond Kurtz and Kathryn Ann of Storm Lake; Sgt. and Mrs. Leonord Streifer of Camp McCoy, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kurtz Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hnt- Uind. Unable to be present were Kenneth of Burlington, Mrs. Forrest Fordcr of Cedar Rapids and Lorry, who is serving in the navy and stationed near Japan. Dos Moines. Mivy 22 l.1'> Tho new N'ine Eagles nrtlflclnl lake ir; Decatur county, four miUw southeast of Davis City, will be dedicated Sunday. June 22. the state conservation commission said today. Oov, William S. Beardsley will be the principal .speiUctT and Dr. C. D. Scott of Leon will give a short address on the hlstoiy of th. lake. E. O. Trost of Fort Dodg". chairman of tho eon."iorvation commission, will make tht- prraent.-i- tion. The new lake is centered In the 1,200-acre Nine E UK U 'S state park. The S7-acre body of water, completely surrounded with nntjve timber, has a ma.xlmiini depth >n" 30 feet and a shore line of over three miles. crmen today that ojien season on largrmoulh, smaltmouth, warmou- th, rock bass, sunfiah and bluegltis begins May 30. On that date all species will be open to fishing in lown with the exception of rwK sturgeon and paddle fish on which there is a continuous closed .•ica- n. Legal minimum length of largemouth and smallmouth bass is 10 inches, with daily catch and possession limit set at 5. There la no minimum length requirement on warmouth bass, rock b>iss, sunfiah and bluegill.s. Dally catch and poa- session limit on theflc fish is .15. Pomona, falif. May 22 i .l 't-- I^or- olhy Jane Warwick got her maiden i name back today ail because her i hus»)and likes hers bi-tler than his, own. Michael Burr Smith went to superior court to win the right to be known as Michael Smith Warwick. He said there are so many Smiths ai-ouml that he was tired of getting other people's bills, correspondence and phone calls. His wife agreed. Now her name 1? the same as before they were .^larried. Their son, Paul Warwick Smith. 14. becomes Paul Smith Warwick. Smith who was. that is-says his feelln); Isn't general in the family, however. He told reporters nbout his sister. Stella, of Seattle. She married George William Smith. He died sevi 'ral years ago. When she remarried. It was to Robert E. Smith. Obituary Florence Swann Ewing, dnugli tei- of Fuller and Susan Sw.inii. was born Oct. 7. 1874 at Marshalltown and passed awny in Oakland. Calif., on May 10, 1962, at the home of her daughter; She grew to young womanhood in Green county, where she married Rollon S. Ewing on Feb. 12, 189fi. They lived near Bagley until 19M when they moved to Dickinson county. They farmed in Superior community for many years and moved to Superior in 1923 where they resided until Mr. Ewing'.« death four years ago. They celebrated their golden wedding In 1946. Mrs. Ewing leaves to mourn three children, Ralph of Salina, Calif.; Helen (Mrs. C. W. Booton) of Oakland, Calif., and Veima, (Mrs. W. I. Hanson) of Superior; two sisters, Mrs. J. J. Knapper, of Jefferson, and Mrs. C. S. Fuller of Hlltsboro, and eight grandchildren iind 10 great grandchildren. Relatives from out-of-town were Ralph Ewing, Salinas, Calif.; Carl Booton, Oakland, Calif.; Mrs. Jimmy Schosslcr and baby, San Pablo, Calif.; Mrs. C. S. Fowler and Mrs. James Ward, Hlllsboro,; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Knapper, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knapper, Paul Knapper, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith and Oren Streams of Jefferson, Mrs. Velora Williams, Dows, Mrs. Sadie Thyborg, Mrs. Victor Thybcrg and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thyberg, all of Hartford, S. D.; Mm. Warren Ewing, Mrs. James Ewing, Mra Merle Ewing and Mrs. L. E. Tur ner, all of Mitchell, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Swing of Swea City. Harry Lucas Succumbed to Heart Attack Pallbearers for Harry Dwighl Lucas, who was buried at Oakhill cemetery Tuesday afternoon, were Clyde Sanborn, Carl Anderson. Glenn Storj-, Merton Mason, Bert Shultz and Pete Burkhart. Mr. Lucas died Friday of a heart attack In Minneapolis just two days after his 42nd birthday. He was born May 14, 1910, the son of Mrs. Justus Peterson of Esther­ viUe and the late Roy W. Lucas. Surviving his death are three daughters, Mondelle, Bonnie" and Donna of Minneapolis; his mother; a sister, Mrs. Cecil Erlckson of Es­ therviUe; a brother. Major C. R. Lucas in the armed services In Japan; his aunt, Mrs. Ray Van Valkenburg of EstherviUe; two uncles, Bert Lucas of Frecburg, Neb., and Will Luciis of Clear Lake; and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Lucas had been working for the Northern Pacific railroad In Minneapolis for the past 10 years. Funeral services were held .at p. m. Monday in Minneapolis at the Little House of Flowers and at 3:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Stornborg funeral home. Persons from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Knopf, Mercy Boebby, Rodger Lungren and Donald Whe- age, all of Minneapolis, Mrs. Lucy McGlnus and Fred Lanford of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClintock of Harris, Warren Lucas of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bentloy of Spirit Lake. Baby Dies of Acute Pneumonia Cedar Rapids, la.. May 22 n'~ Merle L. Whitney, two months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitney, died early today of acute pneumonia. Dr. Regis Welnnd, Mercy hospital patholof^lst, said after an autopsy. Tho child was pronounced dead on arrival at Mercy hospital at 2:45 a. m. Tuesday. Police first reported the child had strangled, l)Ut Coroner Robert Brosh ordered the autopsy. Dr. Weland said there was no trace of asphyxia. A number of different pairs of colored lights, if seen together, will produce white light. EstherviUe, lo^^n, Dally News Thurs., May 22, 1952 8 COMING SOON FREE MAYTAG Dutch Oven Cooking School Don't Miss It / mSMOBILE / BM HYDRAULIC OfXkaial I Complete command . . . plus tbe most efTortlem driving youVe ever known! Tliat's what GM Hydraulic Steering* in the new "Rocket" Oldsmobile means to youl To park, to turn, to take a shar]) curve— steering is fun with CM Ilydraulic! See your dealer and try it today! Sit VOUr NIAIIST OlDSMOItll OIALIR- MOTOR INN, 114 S. Sixth St. EstherviUe, Iowa Tuesday, May 27 8:00 p. m. Body of Drowning Victim Recovered Otturawa, la.. May 22 (.I'l—Tho body of Mrs. Ruth Pierce, 48, Ot- lumwa, was recovered today from the mill race at tho Ottumwa light plant. She had drowned, authorities said. Mrs. Pierce had been missing for more than u day. The sweet potato plant belongs to the samo family a« the morning glory. 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