Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 24, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

Estherville, Iowa
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Saturday, May 24, 1952
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Les Carson Wins Scholarship I-'s Carson, KHI h.Tvill<' SfTvifrmcn's Addrrss , , hiirh N'A ;i,|,ir,.„, |,,,, („.,.„ r,.nniifii "cnool sonlor. h„.s l,...n -.rx-.u.i-d ,-, ' "" I'f' fluh.ird K K^nrtsnn. i: S scholnrshlp to tho State i:niv..,„ty| ''^^''^--lll C. F 17th Infiintty ro;.-- of Iowa from its drparlm-nt of I '.T*!^' i*'"^''""' Infnntiy division. '/VrO I. r;iri- of postniiislor. Snn spppch and dramatic art for his showing; In a dobato tournami'nt held at the unWeralty thin Hprinw and sponsored by tho Iowa HiRh School Forensic loaRuc. Carson was Judged one of the hlRh ranking debaters at the tournami 'nl. Notification of Caison 's scholarship was received by Miss Tholma Whlttord, high school speech director, from Paul W. Davee, of the university department of speech and dramatic art and head of the Vorensio leapuo. In his letter he' Kianriseo. f'jilif. Biblf School To Start Vaeiition Hlhle school for children In the Dolliver and HuntinB- ton MethodiBt churches will henin Monday moininj;, June 2 at 8:30 a. m the Rev. C. K, Hudson, pastor, announced today. Graduates from AuKHstana Mary Louise Ifaack, daUBhler of also congratulated "' WhitVo 'e'd | '['"^ C. M. Haack of Eson the fine work she has done with Esthcrville high school speech students. Goodwill Truck Here The Goodwill Industries -.ruck from Sioux City will be in the Emmet county area May 28 and 27 to pick up clothinj,', furniture and other materials that residents from this vicinity donate to the organization. The truck will be at Dolliver and Huntington May 29 and in Estherville May 27. E.sthcrville re .i- idents who have material for the Goodwill truck should take it to the Methodist church by Monday or get In touch with Mrs. Irvin French, local secretary. The organization especially needs clothini; and furniture this year because o*; the recent floods in the Sioux City area. therville, will be graduated from Augustana college, Sioux Falls. S. D., with a bachelor of arts degree. The baccalaureate service will be held on Sunday, .lune 1, at 7:30 and the commencement exercises will be held at the Washington high school auditorium at 10 a. m. on Monday, June 2, Exciting New Scientific Discovery PERFORMS CARPET CLEANING MAGIC!! GLAMORENE . . the home b«oiity treotmeni for Yowr 'ug* . Quick-Sofe—Eosyi Comprclely Different Nof o liquid loop, foom Of povfder PacVed ready to use Sprinkle on. Brush tn Vocuum oH. DIRTS CONE. CARPETS DRY ready *o walk on in 13 minutes Re' moves food Stoinv. Greaie Gum lipstick. Tof even Shoe Poliih One Oollon Beautifully Cleons ap ptoxtmotely Four 9 K 12 rggs Holf Gollon S3 79, Golfon $3 79 SalilfacHon Guaranteed Stolen Car Recovered The stolen car of Stewaid of Fo.storia was recovered in Esth- I erville last nigi:t by city police. The car was found abandoned in a taxi parking lot at 9:10 p. m. The car is believed to have been stolen by Gerard (Joe) Steward, brother of the owner. Gerard escaped from the Buena Vista county farm driving a 1937 model blue car and was reported by authorities there to b'.- In the area of Estherville yesterday. Gerard has not yet been apprehended. He i;! 29' years old, six feet tall, weighs about 200 pounds and was wearing a blue jacket and grey work trousers when last seen. Eldon Miner in Germany Airman Third Class Eldon C. Miner is a recent arrival at Frankfurt, Germany, where he has been assigned to the 60th Troop Carrier Wing at Rheln Main Air Basie. Ho is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miner of 615 lOlh avenue north, Estherville. Airman Miner formerly attended high school. Prior to entering the Air Force he was em- plo.yed .as a salesman by the Elec- trolux company. He has been in the service since January, 1951, and is assigned to Rhein Main as ground safety specialist. Rliein JIain is the principal U. S. air liase in Germany and provides ai ^rial support for western defenses in Eurojje. Airman Miner is one of the thousands of American men who are doing their part to help preserve peace in the world today. Suffers Broken Arm Martin Balmer of Estherville was releadod fiSim Holy Family hospital today foUowlnR treatment (or a broken left arm received while playing basketball Thursday. John MOP TO Graduate ' John Moc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moo of Estherville, will be graduated from Augustana college, Sioux Falls, S. D., with a bachelor of arts degree. The baccalaureate service will Ivc he held on Sunday, June 1, at 7:30; and the commencement exercises will bo held at the Washington high school auditorium at 10 a. m. on Monday. June 2. Cars in Collision A car driven by Mrs. Walter Howard of Estherville collided with a car owned by Severt M. Staekland also of Estherville as she was hacking from a curb on South Fifth street 150 feet south of Central avenue at 10:10 p. m. yesterday, according to city police reports today. Mrs. Howard was liacking west from South Fifth sti-eet when she collided with the left rear section of Stackland's parked car the street. The Howard car was undamaged and no monetary estimates have been reported for tlie damaged left rear ot Stackland's car. Attend Fire School Fire Chief John Koster and volunteer Fireman Frank Camplsano attended the Iowa Fire school Tuesday through yesterday at Iowa State college, Ames, koster also attended the annual meeting of the Iowa Fire Chiefs' association Wed- ni'sday in Ames, Discussed In group classes were the subjects, fundamentals of fire extinguishment, operation of pumping equipment, fire inspection and industrial fire safety. Demonstrations were given on breathing equipment, fire streams and portable fire pumps and flammable liquid fires in a fire pit. Some topics discussed in lectures were smoke odor removal, the Iowa building code, farm and rural tire fighting and selling fire insur M.nce. Pt ^rsonal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dunner hud as guests from Thursday until today Mr. and Mrs. Orrio Musolf of Kasson, Minn, Jlr. and Sirs, .1, M. GihKon of Sioux Falls, S. D.. are visiting for a f(^w days with the former's moth- iT, Mrs. Cora Gib .son and with hi.s brother and sister -in -law, Mr. ^and KNDS TONITK . .MABLENK DIKTBICH ARTnUR KKNNEUV "Rancho Notorious" - CO-IIIT "Talk About a Stranger" CRA ZE1» SUNDAY AND MONDAY H's their firsf pictiiiv in color/ the last word in laugh$ / i !f« fi*km thi- •e"K'*^ ""l'*!" *1 <li' II (>i> .i.l.niltti iiTth in.l -rft%f« ^r>«t I r. f. r. n''.-» SiA^ U .Il.t rt( t Ml , \l I \... \\. t>,i, I rus .1... Ill ».i I u \ \l^\u\i I\'n Mitv t\> i! K*>Tt I I'.iii;. .111 .1 i,U'v,i HiH.ii. ^:l^•l = t!^ .li.ilrt.t (i.iirt. .Sijktiil 111 Tl 'Uii »• P I'l (\r> '.\T K (•U--.I-K \\.*:t,i T Mat'.i*nt'\. ,»n*t .11 i-i-ii!'.! l.> fi\nr llmWi.x ,in.l il. t M.<-.lvvi« Mai.M. Uii..'..) I (>!>!«.in Spirit IiK. Wiliiitm J.> h™nn« .'^it.U's \t- 1 ttnv,'-,!.^Tn, i 'l»\. f S Stni1«n St '-Il 1. tt, I 'll. !.•>,. , . \fi . y.u. r.i ^ I.\n.h I e M«i« I lull fit Will Karn While IIf l^arw* K*>^ti. ^''f \<-%' til. I l »i .*k,- i*ntv«T ««|tv i*^* *it{.l-nt. 1. •;'*trvs to i-.1 1 a ivQritv* K." h » f 11- -n, 1- W'^v •Tlv pf^p i'l>! t, ti^.. l ..t> <npM (ni.«l rlfrh AC. I (rtfrii ^omt ,%(tr -n>!dn( Iti {v>» \ts %ui.^ rsiunu-tj »a\ court for IV** • urum- r month* K.KII t lUKht junuw high •••h«»r >I .\t . MI ,,«!>., rv fS)inl l.»f<>r" d«*'»f|- AWAITING THK FXOOK SHOW are prom-goers seated at tables at one end of the gymnasium They are lleft to right near the floor* Diane Gibbs. Purl Parteilo, Kay Miller, Jim Uiley, (Dally .N'lws photo and rngriiving) D.'ivi;.. l.oi.s Atli.v and .Iiu\nn foiWn Standing In the real aie .MerSvn T\Mti) Kav Tlilej Don DH- la r« and Neil llageiinnn Mrs. O, C. Gibson and family, Mr. Gibson has recently received his discharge from the armed services after a tour of duty In Alaska. >Ir. and Mr*. Don Suwyrr of Spirit Ljike were Tiuirrtday visitors at the home of Mr. Sawyer's moth er, Mrs. Fein Sawyer. Mrs. O. II. McGulrc <>f Cwlur Rapids is a house guest this week end ot Mrs. Ruth McDonald and Mrs. G. L. Gortim. JIr». Edna llolon left today for Bulterfield, Minn., to spend a week with her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Saundi'is. Mrs. B. V. Cuniniln.s and dniigh- ter, Judy of Sioux City, nie visiting for a week or ten days with the former's aunt. Miss Adelaide Nichols. ,'VIr, and .Mrs. John .Smith of Sun Diego, Calif., are visiting here at the home of Mrs, Smith's brother- In-law and sister. Mr. and Mi-«. Earl Wilcox and with other relatives and friends. Mrti. John Holder of I 'oealiontiiM is currently a guest at the home of Mrs. Alllc .McGuan. Uist night the two ladles and Mr. and Mrs. L,on- nie Smith were visitors at the home of Mrs, ICdna Hoien. illm Hutchinson, urrom|>aiili'd by Fred Smith of Superior, drove to Des Molncs Friday to spend the week end with Jerry Craddock, former Junior college student, and other friends. ^ Mrs. Ilarv<\v Solmonson and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Krnest Sol- • monson, drove to Dike Wednesday j where they attended Commencement exercises that night of Mrs. ! Solmonson's nephew, Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell .Meewes. They , returned home yesterday. j Mr. and Mrs. Janx-N O. Mcll- j wraith, who have made their home in Des Molncs for the post two j years, while Mr. Mcllwraith atlen- ; dcd Drake university, are moving next week to Cedar Rapids where , Mr. Mcllwraith has accepted a position In the commercial loan department of the Peoples Bank and Trust company of Cedar Rapids. Among: those utlendlne the graduation exercises Sunday and Monday at Drake university, Des .Moines, will he Mrs. F.J. Sullivan and W. G. Mcllwraith. They will be guests while In Des Moines of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mcllwraith. James Is a memher of the graduating class of the university. Mrs. Mc­ llwraith Is a daughter of Mr. and [ Mrs. Sullivan and James Is the son of W. G. Mcllwraith. ."^Ir. and Mrs. .M. I". Graves, Pum and Darby of Gruver, left Friday morning for a trip to Seneca and Morris, III., where they will visit at tho home of Mrs. Graves' patents. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sorum and with other relatives and friends. Their little daughter, Nancy, who has been visiting her grandparents lor several weeks will return honi" with them. Mr. and Mm. Lenter Carey, K. A. Carey, Mrs. OrvlUe Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Ed parey ond John, Sydney Stouland and John Huglx-'s spent the evening last night ot the home of Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Cari^y anil Ardith. The Hct-together wag In tho nature of a welcome for Mrs. Orvllle Corey, who arrived recently for a visit with the family. Mr. and .Mrs. M«rle l^'nderlN of I.cMars, who will bo employed In Esthurvllle, Mrs. LendortH tm third grade teacher at McKinley school and hor husband as a city eloclrle Ian, will be In Estherville May 2S to check on housing. Anyone who Xh-- I*'id H'-n l« nenrtv a nui«rt<-- . r nw!,- t*-l,iw thr Ifv^'l of th^ M.-.J*trrr^%n.-rtn KH»her >1lk«. lown, D»Wy .V «tr« Sat.. May 24. 1952 S eoi.l -J<' M. ii >utly .News photo and enniHvlng) FOB.'MAI.l-Y DKK.SSKI) .MNIOKS an.l s.nlnr.i filled the high school gyinniudum at the aniivial prom, one id the clie <lng i vcnli of another school yeni iilghl Kaye Skog and Dale Shannon Hip cokes at a corner talilc> i< laviiii; alter a mue »ni\ind llie floor to the prom orchi "stra. has a house for rent that the I,en | The ie,| ,nloi of Cnllfornlns ted derts might be Interehted in seein.; U.XHIN I.M caused l>v chemlcols should get In touch with the Hupei- wlijili iiir not believed to r.xlst In intcndent's office at the lil;;h th,il < nmblnatIon ,inv other idnre school. Ill, naliiie. .llV»HT1»»!MWfT VOTE FOR RAY I. TAYLOR Kcpiihliraii (Jiiulidult* for SHERIFF If nomlnntiHi and eltvltnl, V\\ nin the office in n busl- nesslikt> iniliinor, offlclenlly. e<>iiiinmlrnlly, and Impiir- llnlly - and .s«'r\'e tlie ixvipic of Krnmef roimty to the best of my nliility, / 7 yoam in hiiniin'nf in Emhorvilh THE DRUG STORE YQur Prescription Spfciolists [PhannadBta oa Daty^ * Day and Night S «rvtng your preiMripilon iiMd* promptly «nd efneianUy. t. U Hay — HUM i$ mAArkDorwAife TOMORROW'S SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMEN among TODAY'S NEWSPAPERBOYS It's not just luck fhof most Newtpaperboyi b«com« successful business and professional men. they've got a head start on the other boys. Early in life, they gain sound business training —and learn the priceless lesson that in a democracy every person is what he mokes himself. Buying newspapers at a wholesale rate and selling them at a retail rate teaches a boy the American Way of free enterprise. His profits depend upon a willing* ness to work. There is little likelihood that he will succumb to the growing belief that "the world owes me a living." You'd be surprised at the number of things that News* paperboys learn on the job. Salesmanship... collect' ing and handling money... the value of in^/rance. Many of them participate in our "CHAMPION" Accident Insurance Program which covers them 24 hours a day. Yet indeed, Newspoperboys get a well-rounded experience, ifs no wonder that they will be found among the most successful businessmen of tomorrow. Corrier Route Now Open Kaxt'Uwii Arra Apply in per mix at Daily New* Estherville Daily News MiliilMilllllilMllliUttu ^^^^

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