Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 29, 1952 · Page 3
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Personal Mention Will Attend Indianapolis Auto Race Mr. and Mrs. CInudp Rrmlpr of Oruvcr, Helen Ress\er and Genevieve Ramsey drove, to Shell Rock Saturday and spent the week end at the home of Mr. Ressler's sister, Mrs. Liza Kimball. Attorney and Mrs. .1. M. Malonpy of Davenport -will spend the holiday week end with Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Sullivan. They also will visit at the Lioonard Robert and the Jack Stevens homes while In the city. Louis Krter and OcorKo Ilculand arrived home Monday from Dcs Moines where they attended the state convention of the Knights of Columbus. Mr. Krlcr is the Grand Knight of the Esther\'ille council. Mnrlys Quaatad and Marlys Harvey are expected home today after visiting since Tuesday In Minneapolis with the former's sister, Donna Quastad. CASH LOANS TO| Bolster Your Budget The wonderful way our cash loans help harassed budgets out of difficulties Is already known by many families. Why don't you use this assistance? No red tape. No co-makors. Ev- erythlng completely confidential. Call us for convenient ' help. "30 yhiARS SERVICE TO lOWANS" Iowa Guarantee, Inc. 7 South 7th — Phone 1045 — EsthorviUe, Iowa POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT The iUGUT Man tor the Office... LEO ELTHON REPUBLICAN • FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR tiualified bff Experience... •STATESMAN 20 y««it in Ipwa Stat* Sonata, 1933-52. Sanata floor laadar in I94'7. 1949. I9SI. •BUSINESSMAN Ownar-managar of a grow, ing buiinasi at Farttia (Worth County) since n37. •FARMER IS years' actual farming experience, 1970-! 935, still a farm ownir and opeator. ^3MoHt yaluabtti and Outstandinff Miitnbei' of ionrif Ssnate^' -P.RESS-RADIO AWARD, 195:. VOTE ^OR LEO CLt HOK PRIMARY ELECTION JUNE 2 /T^ ^^^^^ (Paid for by KIthon for Lieut-Gov. Club; Leon Bameii, Ch.) Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moklcstad and John left yesterday morning on a short vacation trip to Indianapolis, Ind., where they will attend the auto races. They wore accompanied by Mrs. Moklestad's brother and sister-ln-law, air. and Mrs. Mai tin Martinson of Lako Mills. Mrs. James C. AtcOwralth of Dm Moines will arrive SundiCy to visit for a week or 10 days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Mcllwralth are moving from Des Moines to Cedar Rai>Ids and tlicir new apartment is not yet ready for occupancy. Patricia PurcoU of Orleans has spent the past several days at the George Grcms home In Gruvcr. Whilo Patricia is visiting with their sister, Janice and Barbara Grems are vistting the older Pur- ccll girls at thotr home. Richard Kaltved of Wallingford also is a visitor at tlie Grems homo. All of the brothertt and sisters of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schnlttgcr of Puyallup, Wash., but one, Mrs. John McCormlck of Gilmore City, were present Sunday at a family picnic in their honor. Tho picnic was held at Iowa Lake park. Those attending wero Mrs. Anna Stoln- horst of Shcrburn; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Woods and family and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Steinhorst of On- tronder, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. William Schnlttgcr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis and family of Dunncll; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Steinhorst of Triumph, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Ascheman of Vallojo, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Iiouis Matthles and family of Benson, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Mcr- ritt Davis and Jatict of Shcrburn; Mr. and Mrs. Molvin Davis and family of Dollivor; Mr. and Mrs Arthur Schnlttgcr of Ce.vlon; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schnlttgcr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frisbie of Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Albert England and Ronald of Rlngsted; Henry McCormlck ond family of Monterey; Mrs. Esther Hatland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatland, Mr. and Mrs. George Balmer and family, and Arthur Stoinhorst,, Charles and Mary of EsthcrvlUe. IS COMINGI Road Show Engagement FROM M-G-M! TECHNICOLOR! POLITICAL ADVERTIBEMEXT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT To The Voters of Emmet County I am setikiiig nomination for a third term as sheriff of Emmet county. During my first two terms I have endeavored to give my best of service. There has been a great amount of business day and night and for that reason I have been unable to get over the county and see the voters. However, duty to the office is more important at this time. I will appreciate your support at the Republican primaries for the third term nomination for sheriff. I cannot see all — probably only a minor part of the voters, bi|t any support you %iiay render Will be greatly appreciated. Emiet Twito oherlff of Emmet County Mrs. A. C. Arhrmn of r^inrad, Mont., is visiting at the home of her brothcr-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John C Dllts. Mr. and Mm. Ed Ilanlon of COR- gon arrived S,iturday for an over night visit at the homo of the iRt- ters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil Ham Ramsey and Jane. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Golta of Spencer spent the day in Esthor\\Wc yesterday transacting business and visiting with rolaUvca. Mr. and Mr*. Petor Sorgenfrie "f Blue Earth visited Tuesday at thd home of the lattcr's mother, Mrs. James Ramsey of Oruver. Mr. and Mrs. James Callahan spent the week end In Newton where they visited at tlic homo of Mr. and Mrs. Keith White nnd Carol. »Ir. and Mr)*. Tom Triggs plan to attend a family picnic tomornjw at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Barle near Superior. Dr. and Mrs, S. II. Walker of Iowa City are expected tonight lo spend the holiday week end at tlits homo of Mrs. Walker's parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Tomhave. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hutchinson will spend Memorial day at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Aadnc Ness of Wallingford. Morvin Thompson of Khinelond- er, Wis., has boon visiting here Uio past few days at the homo of hla mothcr-ln-law, Mrs. O. A. Peterson nnd Marlon. Mr. and Mrs. Clirty>rd Wyooff and Sharon drove to Ayrshire this afternoon to visit relatives and will also decorate somu graves while there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noble, Jan- Ice and Jerry of Wlnneuago, Minn., will spend the Memorial day weekend with her mother and brother, Mrs. George Rogers and Weston. ISd Swonson has returned to Ks- thcrvllle after spending tho winter at San DIcgo, Calif. He will spend tho summer here with his daughter, Mrs. Clifford Wycoft and with other relatives at Armstrong and Rlngsted. Sally BIttner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack BIttner, has returned homo' for tho summer from her studies at Drake university In Des Moines. Sally will be a life guard at Camp Foster on Lake Okobojl for the months of June and July. Robert Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klein, who is an M. P. with tho armed forces has been home on furlough. Ho has gone to Seattle, Wash., whc^re he will be stationed for a while. Prior to his furlough he was stationed in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Claruncu Knapp of San Diego are visiting In Esther- Villo •svith Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wycoff and family and at Armstrong with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carlson; also with tho Ix>uls Rlcse family at Rlngsted. While in tho vicinity of Rochester, Mrs. Knapp went there for a check-up at the Mayo clinic. At Holy FamUy Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Kills Lundgren of EsthorviUc are parents of a son born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne B<!U of Es­ thcrvlUe are parents of a daughter born yesterday. Mrs. Kdu Oakes of Graettinger was admitted yesterday for medical care. Mrs, Wayne Anderson of Dun- noil entered the hospital ycatcrday for medical cai'o. Mrs. Alarlha Stafford of Kstlicr- vine was admitted yesterday foi- medical care Mm. Ellen Coudy of Armstrong entered the hospital yesterday for medical cure. Marilyn Bowen of EathcrvUlu IN 1 .XK.V.MOI NTS Aanm .SlUk from Punkin Crlik." Al.in Viniiiv: anil l>lii:ili Shot, st u r. sp,-, 11\. ly us a C ()\intry l>oy uilli luc rit\ Idcn.i un.l his har.ito>;,i liomv Thr oonuHlv,'nuiil.-iil lt> Ti-rhni color will ],lav ;it th,- thiiUrr Sunday anil Mon.lav w:is iuinuti Ciil i-nrr. •il ycHti -nlMv for niidi Kennrth Spln-s of Ksthfrvlllc oii- tiMid thi' hiiy|iit:il vf.sii'rilMv for sur(,'lenl tn-atniint. Mrs. Ch <>sl<T .\rndl W Ilunm-ll wan admitfi'i! yi-slrril.iy Jur iiuri;- ery. (ilen IluuNon of Klnirs(i-d WIIH admitted yesterday fi>r a lon«illei- tomy. DlsmlsHulH yosterdu.> \viT«i Alan LInge of Ai iiLstioti);. ti>n.i|llecton>y Olal Beikland of KdiKslcd. surt;- oiy; Ron.'ild Tliornhury of ICslhrr- viile. sui^-iinl treiitmeni- Mrs. Donald MoiTia ami liiihy Ivoy of Ceylon; Mrs. Cl.iuile lluac anil baby girl of Swea City: Mr .s. Kveiclt Eddy ami baby boy of S|ilrlt Lake; Claude Stober of Eslhi-i vllle. modU-al. Chicago, Sioiix City Liveslock Mai'kels Prices Sioux City, May 20 A' -Slou.x City livestock market quotations: Cattle salable 1,600; calves 26; mo.st slaughter cattle little i;lmn»;ed; stoek- er« and feedoiH ncaree, niustJy »tc;i- dy; limited salcH clioire fed Hteor.i $33-,33.50; few choice lo low prime $3B; odd Iota commercial and good 27.50-30.BO; small nhowing commercial and good lielfi'rs $20-$;iO; few utility and coninwrcial cows 21-BO- 24.B0; canners ;iiul cutterM 17.B0-J21; some light cannerH lulovs- il7; odd lots medium ami j;ooiI stock sleors $27-$31. Hogs salable n.BOO; llglit weight barrows and gilts around 250 Urn. down 26-80 higher; heavier butchers and sows vcr>' slow; sontlered early sales butchers over 2.V) Ibw. weak to 26 lowei ; ileniiiml poor from all buying lntorentH; around 1600 unsold at mid Henslon; choice 1 and 8 barrows and glltH around 190-240 IbB. $21-21.2.'^; choice 1 and 2 light weight lots 21.40 21.BO; latter for around 2 double decks; some mixed grades nnd welghlH I O I H averaging under 240 lbs. 20.5O-'Jfi.76; around 260-280 lbs. ^20-20.26 load choice 3 and 2'« around .'100 lbs. 19.50; aome 340-370 lbs. 18.B0-1K.7B; fow sow sales around ^00 lbs. down 18.26-19.26; around 400-150 Itm. 17.7.5$18; load 26 lbs. weights 10.7.5. Chicago, May 21l (/IV Hog prices hurdled the 922 mark again tuilny tho first time this week. UI SCH of 28 to 35 cents developed on lightweights, although heavies were only .steady to 28 cents up and sows wero about 26 cents lower. THE DRUG STOKE YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS , Pharmaclabi on duty at^ all time*. Serving your preiicrlptign needs promptly and offidlenUy. VERNK imiAN, CRAIO CX>lJSTON md i. HOYB Phone IS POUnOAI. AnVERTIBBMENT POLITICAI. ADVK«TWEMB»»T BE SURE TO VOTE FOR Stanley W. Smith Veteraa of World War II Candidate for,nomination for Cleric of District Court at the Republican Primaries Monday, June 2 ELECTION— Continued fmm pane I anil r >an Sanderson, county utiorn ev. 41 * * ON TIIR nKMOt 'UATIC slnle are cnndldnles Kuirene I'etetHon for sheriff; Nols NIelnen. fourth dl.ttrlct supervisor; Henry Neppl. firwl district supervisor; and .lolin Kick. C^thorvllle township lon.sia ble. There will 1 M ' no election for KVI- pervtsor In the second district Center. Bll.iworlh nnd Ulnroln township* - which Is now filled by Nelll Finn under the new nllttn- mcnt (if townships. Tf yo\l want In BIH < '.Hi, tlon't look for It on the speoilomclir. TOP QUALITY PLANNED INSTALIATION GREIN COLONIAL PUEL-SAVING OIL BURNIR— top sftkUney m*«ni (u«l Mvinst, Bumt all giidtt domtt- lie tod ctttlylic (u*l oili, Undtrwrit. •n' «pprav«d. Cuilom iniUlltd to <d your horn* by •iporitnctd vroflmts. APPLIANCES OIL COAL GAS fURNACES" Srek.s (!oniplrlr (ji .slody of Son I..^^ Aiu-. 5. •'. N! 1-. . > ,V M:-. .loe I>tM .\Ki'" IN * • !. n^li ' • I'ouit Mi-inLljiv rti.lii;* f!;;i , -i : K of !»\,'.iroUI .!.>i-~ ,li li i r.>:i i-. th-' letir.-il iaii .'tvTlt i^tvr. ."^h .i «:ii,l \.i(,;.|i\- III.- .-i.'.i.in fnMU ••!> I.e.. ••i • |. •• if le. i >!<nts riiloii:* 1'-',1 h\ a SNX .i.inlli-.;^ I'.irlv l-ii.t \M 1 k " PlM.i^^Kto anil non ^%erit -.\^ins niiei,' «Hli ai 'lreuM Miiit\Ti \ttit.:.>. Mri 1 >t ^ta^:^-i«•». u ho WIMI it ,lt\j>i »•"• (r*>in thf foriU'r Vank,-.' . !tp|'.'i \n \\H\, ^AX^K fOii !i rotnj.- . e -i w • r ,ot loiuloitive Ii> H ••jiroi -rr ( lU-., r .Hill n.iii leWl loii'blp " 1 wnni Iiltli- .!.>.• to n. Iili fi th .r," xhi' ii.llil, 'but I thlliU If «oul.l !>.> I'.-ttir f.u .'ill 1 .itu . I tii-.i |i'iillciilnrly the |..iv. If tb.- ir.i . ! \\\y,r^ Wire ut n>y borne " ni .M.'iK»;i<> iioM hn!« 1' irllnl . u»tr>- dv of tile l>o\ . wli.i n itiiiUin); al a iniltl.uy ac.i ,!.-nN>' belP. .Nelttier I>iMu-i;lo lii N. w YeiU. nor Ml!"i Monroe, here, were aval! nl'le for conmu at. DANCE Snttirclay ami Siiniljiy May 31-June I Bobby Lindeman liis I?;inimond Mfvtrlc OiK 'Ti nnd his oniiostra MKMOKIAL DAY l>i«lay. .May SO Dirk Jiirgrnfi and hU orchfstrm Ksllu^rx'lllo, lowiv, l>nily NCHS Tluirs.. Mny 21». '.\ Wati-h Ihr NVtndoW kt Knifft \nislc for comtnc nanno handa :ROOF:GARDEN 'O K O n o 1 ^f ^I ^l^ of tlif i \.Ki rti^iiiR on mil>j<*ctii I ^<•rtalnlng to haalAi yi\\\c\\ wc »pc nnd hear ilirso iliiy* In niialrmiing. lormli* galion will [irnvc thai mniiy mlvrrtiacni of mrJidntJ prod* nets have no tr.iiuiiij; iii inciliciiip, phamwry, or ch<mii*> try. ninu »«ncli of iloll.ir.i aro wn .ilfd every yrar on wthfiM cured, oral trc.iiinrni^ for ili .ilirtrs, oincrr rrmc^iie*, and coiinllpM oilier noiinini.o. Plcmn remrnilior tii«t thffr« nrp no »rt"rp|H iti iliiiici! iiiciJiVlup. A'* noon iw thr rmhit of n rrnipily ii nnti.ifiu torily provril, it iMtcamr* the cotn> nion knnwlcil/;^ of all pliyoii i.ms. Pon't hc- mi*l(<(l. Wh «l yo \i nfcd ntrilif ill ore, romnli your own physician. WhM be wrilcg a prcMrriiition, bring it to u» to bo Gllfld^ Estlirrville Drug Co. "TlKi CorntT DniR Htorc" l^Jl .n•Jl •\l, ADVKHTIKKMK.NT IN)I.ITIl-AI. Al >Vk.H'nai .Mr .VT YOUR GOVERNOR IS WORKING FOR YOU! fn IcBs tlian 3'/^ yoaiH ujjtlcr the ablu Icwiernhip of Goromor; Ucardfiloy, Iowa lin.i mndo tn'mcndou.i |»rr)jrr«<a. And wo h/ivo maiiituincfl u balanced .Slate Bii<U;f>l without apy tax JncroaMCs or now taxes and No StaU? I 'roiK 'rty tax whAtM»« «ver. .Your votn for Tiill Hoard .Mley \n a volu IKK Vkw oimAiiolMM of hh sound, ivonKihlo projfram. ROADS ' , , , Impri)vcin«;nt and conslnictUm of 1,000 ralTog of prttonrf hiehwayH and 12.2<XI miius of taan-io-maiuii. mad» to tkm fy* twq yoanv SCHOOLS . . . iRcrrauscd SlMe AiH\mc«WlB!9 off tte «Mt«( ing our public schcmlH. SERVING HUMAN NEEDS . . . r<inthtw1i KnrnmfiMnt «f VraM children'K homfw and mental inxtitiitiorw. lUmnt^lcy 's poflcy of hdpr> ing moro di-jxridentR to bocom« .solf HufTicifMiL wilt assuiM aoM Ubtral- provision for the aeod, and for dcixwdorit children. GOOD MANAGEMENT . . . TiuM>^r capita n>»t of state jRmmment in Iowa iu well bolow llio aveiaKu of the -IH statos. A alrect r«Jiultf of an bonf!»t, uOkiotil adrainistratioa tiiot k Btmpaubm to Uw v0| »f tKo people. KETS CONTINUE TO BUILD A BETTER IOWA WWL S. BEARDSLEY FOR GOVERNOR RtPVtUCAN PIIMAIY. JUtM t E IS SERVING YOU WEL

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