Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 27, 1952 · Page 3
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Personal Mention Niece Visits with Mrs. Brackett Mrs. B. H. Brackett has bct;n enjoying a visit the past few days from hor niece, Miss Maude Blackstone of Chicago, III. Miss Black- atone is cnroute home from Ovid, Colo., whore she teaches school. The twp_ ladies will go to Gamer to visit over Memorial day, after which Mrs. Brackett will accompany Miss Blackstonc to Chicago tor a visit. She also will visit another niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Frederickson and family of Elmhurst. Mrs. F. B, Handery of Milwaukee, Wis., arrived/Saturday morning to visit until Friday with hor mother, Mrs. Lcona Butcher and sisters, Mrs. William Henaman and Mrs. Dwight Wiseman of Ringsted. Cpl. O. E. Oshor nrrlved, home Tuesday morning to spend his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Osher. He arrived in the U. S. aboard the U. S. S. Lt. Gen. Hann after three and one-half years overseas. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dunlap of Estherylllo spent Sunday in Webster CIand attended the- graduation Exercises at Drake university in Des Moines yesterday wheri; their son, James R.- Dunlap, receiv ed his B. A. degree in fine art.-:journalism. Mr. and Mrs. Harley lllgley and daughters, Shirley Ann and Mary Jane left Saturday morning for San Diego and Los Angeles,- Calif., where they will visit at the homes of Mr. Hlgley's ^jrother, Newell Higley and his sistorv.Mrs. Brood; They also will visit an aunt at Los Vegas, Nev. , ; .)i >lr. and Mrs. Knilct Twltn attended ordination services Sunday at the North Prairie church near Lake Mills for Gordon Solmonson Sirs. George B. West of Bagley is visiting in Des Moines with her sister, Mrs. Charles Kecs. She also will meet her husband there. ~ Jlrs. II. B. Danlelson loft Saturday for a two weeks' visit at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Gould and family of St. Louis, Mo. Little Ronnin Bygness of Benwick stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Valen, from Thursday until Monday while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bygness were on a fishing trip near Ddluth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Byg- nca.s and Ronnie left today for Toledo, O., to visit friends for a week. >Ir. and Mrs. John Gllklson and daughters, Donna and Julio and Mrs. Edith Gilkison of Elk Point, S. D., visited over the week end at the homo of Mrs. Edith Gilkison's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilkison and family. Mrs. Gilkison and Donna are remaining for several days more. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alhertson and Mltzie of South Gate, Calif., arrived yesterday afternoon to attend the graduation exer6iBes of their daughter, Marcia Kay and to visit until Saturday at the home of Mrs. Albertson's parents. Dr. and Mrs M. T. Morton. They also will visit with Mr. Albertson's brotlicr -in -Iaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bixby and family. Marcia Kay will return to California with her par- entSi Aneriea^BestinFlavorlests! • The flavor of Star-Kist Tuna is the best of all Recording to certified taste-tests among thousands «f h6njemak «8 ,and food experts from coast'-tb*' doast-In fact, Star-Kist Tuna wins 3 to 1 over aU other nationally-advertised brands. ITS ECONOMICAL! No BETTER tuna at any price. Btar-Kist is your best buy in any protein food irS NUTRITIOUS! Exclusive processing gives you superb flavor...A /Ttenca 's /'at;on7e...pIus an abun•^ dance of energizing vitamins and minerals. SOCIETY- OanttnnM Mr. o»^d Sirs. Will Shftrlepp visited Sunday at Spirit Lako ^vith Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith. Gloria Twito Is expected (omor. row to spend the Memorial day weekend with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Emlet Twlto. Miss Twlto ha» recently graduated from the IjJiX. in Minneapolis and Is now employed by the Minneapolis Star JoumaL Ed Johnson of Paoll, baa concluded a visit with nis nieces, Mrs. Harold Stclnmann Sr* Mrs. Henry Hupp, Mrs. Basil Roberts, Mrs. Charles Jones and Mrs. James Biorce. He will visit for the next few days at Worthington and Adrian, Minn., with other relatives. Mr. and Mra. Ralph LoRue and Patty and Mr. and Mrs. William GemmiU and Gary ottcnded the commencement exercises ot Droko university in Des Moines Sunday night and Monday morning. Verle LaRue Is a member of tho graduating class. He has accepted a position with Montgomery Word and Co. at Des Moines, and will begin work there at once. Verle Is the son of tho LaRucs and his' wife a daughter of the Gcmmllls. Mrs. Sanford Dobbe and nephew. Glen Raner of Huxley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vore and little daughter, Sonja Kay of Des Moines to Esthervilic on Saturday. Mrs. Dobbc and Glen spent Saturday and Sunday nights with Mr. and Mrs. John Twecdt and on Sunday visited Mrs. Martin Sampson, also Mr. Sampson, who is a patient at Holy Family hospital. They Y^aA dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Valen and visited in tho Robert Valen home In the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Voro and Sonja spent tho week end in the' home of Mr. Vore'a grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oswalt of DolUver. On Monday morning they left for Canton, S. D., where they will visit with Mr^. Dobbc's son and family, who is alEo the brother of Mrs. Voro. jlpi>rfvt!m.-«l,.Jv IfiO X^M^M «t tended th.> rhiikon dinnfr. Tht' In- blos \<ii. up on iKith tho porch belle Webb of radio station raOM. ^as oontcn -d a bouquet of mU- Fairmont, on May 29. Thry will bo ^d floword • ' • on her broadcast at 4 p. no. U is .Mimntod that lher<> was Memhers attendlnff »)» probably UK> .-ouplo^ at hoTlan^ ore Sharon Perpison, Unda Rich- for which DlnR Kill, and his band ards. Marlj -s Jcsson, PaUy and fumlshod iiie muMr Louann Stow, Helen Hunt SharOn ^ and Janet Ulland, Fay Ann ami Mn^ Knotty Honorrd at Emma Jean Evans. Alice Wlcka, F^pcwoll Coff,^ r»rtv Doris Bondhous and Marorto Weber. Mothers and guests present, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Jessen, Mrs. Web«r. Mrs. Finn, Mrs Mitchell, Mrs. StlUman, Mrs. Rasmusaen, Mr<. Hon, and loaders, Mrs. WIeks, Mrs, Richards. ArowRlft Troop No. 35 Has Farewell Tea for Leader Mrs. Fletcher Knotts was honored at a neiRhborhood farewell coffee party Friday afternoon by Mm. Orvan Anderson as she Is nio\inR to a new ncighltorhooU on Juno 1. A social nftornoon wa.i spent and Mrs. Knott.^ wu.'* pre.'<cnted a gift by tho group. RerroBbmcnt.t wore served by Mrs. Anderson at tho close of the Try delnxe, «htt« m«>t Star-Sl«t Fancy Albacor« Tnna, tool SUr-KI«t Tuna comM In 3 packa: Fancy Solid Pack (BLUE LABEL), Conveniant Chnnk Styl* (CatEEN LABEL), and Fancy White Meat Albacore Tuna (WHITE LABEL). Try them aUI At Holy Famfliy Hospitel Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Holvorson of Ceylon are parents of a son born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Duiine Matthels of Emmetsburg are parents of. a son born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. William Howard of EsthorviUe are pai'ents of a daughter born yesterday. Harold Fcterson of Armstronj; was admitted yesterday for surgery. Eugene Harlan of Eldon entered the hospital yesterday for medlcnl care. Mrs. Aaron Garrctts of Gracttin- ger entered tho hospital yesterday for medical care. Mildred ffarry of X^thervUIe was admitted yesterday for a tonsillectomy. Mr., and Mrs. Oerald Olson of Esthervilic are parents of a son born yesterday. Dismissals yesterday were Mrs. Robert Samuclson and b^by boy of Estherville, Mrs. James Harrison and twin girls of Spencer; John Carlson ot Graettinger, medical; Mlley Tlndall of Graettinger, medical. •tto Star-Kist Tuna ARmXROlSG Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richmond and Barbara ot Ames were weekend, guests of Mrs. Walter Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitzgerald and Kay spent Saturday night and Sun- I day at Claro with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Davenport. niil «tr»t«U: 8t «l« Con.m.ndiT V-K Kl«cUu,r nt nxtru no«t Pace-setting StudebakerV-8 Ms the pa€e in style and value i A Gommander V-8 beat all competing eights iji actual gas mileage* in 1952 Mobilgas Economy Run! Newest of the new in "swept-bacic" modern styling I Sensational 126 >h. p. zip and pep I Needs no premium fuel! •OV««D«lVI!, OfTIONAl AT KTIA COST, WAS 0»». Pace'SettingStudebaker VSpaces ^500rmknm AT INDIANAPOLIS, MAY 30 A |«f-llrMMMl SHI 4« IMI|W Camivaaiier V-t convert, tbi* WlH be Ike Pec* Cw In Ihit yaor't gnMt SOO- mll* race—on henar accerded Slwdeboker becoVM ef It* euHlandlng cenklbiillont le melertng |ira«rtti. EncaKoment of ^blrloy Strain To Charles Warren Announced Mr. and Mra. William Strain of| Webster City announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Shirley Strain to Mr, Charles H. Warron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles v. Warron of Webster City, Mlsa Strain .fol^erly' -tf^sifl In Graettinger. She Is* ft mimlier of tho current graduating clofs of Webster City high school. Mr. Warren is also a graduate of Webster City high schpAt, iuitd of tho army school of ptu>togrtliii)ty. at Fort Monmouth, N. J. Hs, to nqw associated with the Daily Nawa ^ a reporter-photograp)\er. Tho wedding will take nJace Jvno 14 at 2 p. m. In the Catttqltc church at Webster City. Estimate 100 Coup)M at Country Club DlniCer Diuiea The annual d|nner danco ot the Eetbervlllo Oolf and Country c)u *j was held last night Tbe weatherman co-operated to the extsnt 0{ hplding off tho usual rain and wind until the crowd )i^d fathered, tiut remembered to send loiae ratn Iw- fore the evening was ended. SORMM SAUiS AND SERVICE EsthervUle, Iowa Profits.. • WITHOIIT Y^HiR LIPTINQ AllIN«MI can now oontiwM to san> interest . afiar their mstaritydaUl There's @|iiieiL Brownie troop No. 3S honored afternoon to M™. Knotts. Mrs. Wll- thclr leader, Mrs. B C. Bowryor, "«» S- Clark, Mrs. Lolnnd Kolpln. yesterday after school at a fare- M™- Strobe, and Mrs. Carl well tea, held at tho home of Anita To"rgeo. Rosendohl. Mrs, George PuUen is Mrs. Lc...ter sidles, »Irs. Lavlna co-leoder of tho troop. Mothers of Baylor Mrs. Kenneth Bixby and the troop members also were gueo- Mrs. Merle St rube were unable to ts at the tea. ^ P*^"""'This was the last meeting of tho troop as Brownies as they havo A resolution of Indcpendencn was reached Scout ago and will bocwno adopted by the Colonial Council, full fledged Scouts in the fall. JU'V 2, 1776, nllhough tho Dcclara- Mrs. Bo\vyer, who with her fam- tlon of Independence was not made ily is moving soon to Decorah, wan public until July 4, 1776. presented n gift by tho group. Mickey Kitchen made tho presentation. Entertainment for the afternoon consisted of a program, presented by the girls as follows; "A Springtime Prayer" by Judy Kelly; piano solo, "The Snake Dance," by Mickey Kitchen; reading, "The Day Before April," Lois Jean DcMoss; reading, "Happy Day," Sandra Nutting; reading, "The Little Rose. Tree," Sally Swanson; piano solo, "Mr. Bass Meets Mr. Treble," Mary Pat McKlrchcy; reading, "I Lova tho Outdoors." Mary Jo Pullon; | piano solo, "The Water Wheel," Mary Anita Roscndahl; reading, "School Days," Beth Ann Bixby; reading, "Miss Dandelion," Jeanne Olson; reading, "Otherwise," Ann Anderson; reading, "Baker's Window," Eleanor Adams; reading, "Tho Little Girl Next Door," Sandy Myers; Sylvia Jopson told several riddles and a piano solo, "Wishing Star Waltz," was played in conclusion by Roxanne Jensen. Mary Anita Roscndahl. president of tho troop, and Sally Swanson, secretary, pVesldcd at tho lace covered tea tible which was centered by a flor&l arrangement of red tulips and splrca. '•k Mr9. C. R. Kitchen assisted Mrs. Roscndahl In preparations for tho party. Mothers and guests present were Mrs. Jack Myors, Mrs. Ben Nutting, Mrs. Kenneth Bixby and hor mother, Mrs. Zolla Alhertson of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. George Lucas, Mrs. Herman Jensen, Mrs. I. C. Swanson, Mrs. E. M. Adams, Mrs. Boyd Berghefer, the girls' teacher, and tho leaders, Mrs. Pullcn and Mrs. Bowycr. Miss Elizabeth Colt was Invited but was unable to attend. Girls present were Mary Anita Roscndahl, Sally Swanson, Judy Kelly, Mickey Kitchen, Lois Jean Do Moss, Sandra Nutting, MarJ'" Pat McKlrchy,. Mory Jo PjUlen. Beth Ann Bixby, Jeanne Olson, Ann Anderson, Eleanor Adams, Sandra Myers, Sylvia Jopson and Roxanne Jensen. Marlys Anderson was unable to attend, * * Family Dinner in Honor Of Three Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. George Brandt and Tommy entertained a group of relatives Sunday In honor of three family birthdays. The honoroes were Mrs. Brandt's mother, Mra. T, E. Thompson, her sister, Maxlno Thompson and Maxlne's twin brother, Maurice, serving with the armeJ forces in Germany. Although Maurice couldn't bo present the family rejoiced at the news that ho would bo leaving Germany Friday to sail for home. Ho cxpocts to ai^ rive home some time next month. The family all contributed to tho bountiful dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Thompson and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson, Shirley and Allan of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oram of Armstrong, Mrs. Maurice Thompson and Gary, Mrs. Charles Mc- tAne and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson and Corla of Fairmont, Foreoasl SenaU* Approval for l*eace Contract Washington, May 37 i4'V Senate approval tHm forecast today fur n new pesco contract signed betwi»en tho Allies and Western Germany and a European arms troaty being concluded In Paris today. Chairman Connolly (D-Tcx) of the senatr foreign relations committee told a reporter he does not believe there will N< any sorloiis opposition to olther—n view that had strong support In cross-sortlon sampling of senate opinion. Itowevor, Sen. Mnlone (R-Nev) said in an Interview bo bcllovos the ponce eompact signed with Germany—under which the West Orrn>- ons would become partners In the European defense setup—ropro- srnta a futile gesture. "It Is a dangerous gesture for tho American people In that It prom- i»e.< them security they won't have," Malone declared. "Wo nro assembling n foot srmy in Eiiropo that can't defend Itself." ARMSTRONG Mr. and Mr*. Knute Rratland and Mr. and .Vtra. Reutwn Ji»coNi<in and Renet! of Spirer, Mlon, Mn«. Lyie Goodwin and Patty of Newton and Mr. and Mrs. Sovert Rratl.ind, of Fairmont vtsllnl .•Sunday It^ XKf Andrew 0|MUit homo. Mrs. Archie Whitlow noi^mpnn- led Mrs \Vayiw> Vagor of Jnrkson, Minn, to Orlnnoll for a wtk-^nd visit with their daughters who are KiathrrviDe, Inwm, I>»Hy News Tues.,my 27. 18S2 S itudeats at Orlnnfll ri^lloK,', Mr and Mrs. Ooor^o f."nnlnir of Dnytiin, Ohio, vl«lt»<l ilurtnst tho wri'k rnd In tho honi" of hl» mother. Mm. H.Tthii I..nninit. Mr. and Mr*, t'.-ilvin IMi' f »p<Tt sovrral day* last on t iilr!-«.i at Hoeomont. Minn, it.ii! il-.. -.Ult- Inir (he Elite Adamunn nmliy «l Pino River. Try a Daily News Want A<L When it rains jIB p X pooinmuiG! Tlii.s slorc will be cIoHcd on Fritlay, May 30 so thai wc may all properly observe and respert thiM day« Salad Bowl Salad Dressing WrtCH 'S PURE STRAWBERRY 8-ox. Jar ••C r 28c COUNCIL OAK lEMON COOKIES S^.^!!:,^.: PiK-Nik SHOESTRING POTATOES fsi: i< COFFEE lie MORNING LIGHT RED PITTED CHERRIES NO. to (New MIMW) CAN 09 SUM-II'AID 3m Van (amp's PORK and BEANS NANCY ANN Bread Full 20 oz. Loaf Spring for 29c Fruits & Vegetables HEAD LEHliCE 48 Size 2 for 29c TOMATOES Lb 19c TEXAS ONIONS New Meditun Yellow 29c Watermelons and Cantaloupe KKKHil <JllOIINI) PORK SAUSAGE IJb. 25c FRESH SIDE PORK l.b. 35c BACON SQUARES Ll>. 19c FRESH SPARE RIBS Li.. 59c ROUND STEAK Lb. 88c SIRLOIN STEAK Lh. 88c BEEF POT ROAST Lb. 59c PORK LOIN ROAST LWiCUEON MEATS Puritan SUoed MINCED HAiM lb. 48^ BOLOGNA SAIJBAGK lb. 40# TOBIN '8 8QUAKE LOA*' lb. iO( SOUSE, SUCED lb. 40^ FBANKFUKTERM lb. 40^ Prices for May 28, 29, 31 1^ Y n u R f RI r N d'' t rvi e a lt I m e

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