Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 3, 1952 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
Page 8
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Qrirfs m ilie New* Red Sox Will Open Season Here Tonight ^n^fSTno\r, Estheivlllr Rud Sox hii.«i'l)nll fiiriH can get a prpvlow ot lhi< 1952 tcmii tonight at Jaycpe flc-ld whrn the home club opens Its season aRatn-st the Blue Earth Blues, a creditable acmipro club. Game time Is 8:15. Manager Gus Freeman'.s club will not be at full strength for tonight's tussle but the contest will give the new Sox leader a chance to sec how some of his prospects perform under fire. Bill Mos.fcr, left­ hander, will do the pitching to- 1 night. Joint Li'):;inii IMcotinR 'I'lir Emnirl county Aniiriraii Legion a.s.soclation and the niiinty ; chapti'rs of the Amerjcan beglnn | uiixlllary will hold a joint meeting Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the Legion l)ullding in Ringsted. A progr.'im and dance, both old time and modern, will he held following the Im .sinesH meeting. A pot luck lunch also will be served. Leglon- naire.>< and members of the auxiliary are urged to be on hand for the joint parley. Dr. K. L Johnson OPTOMETRIST Glasse.s Fitted Eyes ElTaniinpd Gardston Hotel Bldg. Phone 72 Farm Bureau Jliu'ting The ii 'gulni monthly meeting ci" the Center town.shlp Farm Bureau will be held at the druver school on Thursday at 8 p. m. Art .Sorensen will .speak on, "Vour Insurance Program" and August Rosenherg- er will .«how movies. Included on till! refreshmi 'Ut committee are Mr .4. Archie I'oyxer, Mrs. Mack I'eterson, Mrs. I'lban I'luth and Mrs. Uogan Hoganson. Flood Fund at .SI47fi.55 Golf Tourney U'edne.sday A handicap Icmrnnment and dinner have tii'cn scheduled Wednesday night for men uf ttie Count rv cllih. Two lo.ims of golfers will compete, with the losers treating the winners to u chicken dinner which will be served at 8 p. m.. following the tournament. Ci-ilfers planning to particlp.-ite In the tour- nfiment should call Jn<'k White Howard Heidke or Jack Morton at the club to make i-eserv.atlons. ^ I'layers may start from ,'f p. m. on., Pollct Those not desiring to take part in thi> golf event are invited to .ittend the dinner, but are requested li call in reservations. 'Vhr Enmiel county flood reliet fund neared the $1,500 mark today with three late contributions totaling .?25, The latest report: I 'revloiisly reiMirtt-d: .Vl,4ril.5j Dorothy rear Iluppy MomenlK 4-11 club Future ••'arniers of America Today's total: 5.00 5.00 15.00 $I ,47«.68 Go to Decorali SO SOUR. OU? Rir >iN<3 HORSE.TOAA, GOTSOOUP yXIHAPHlM PUTAWAV, EH? YEH, BUT I HAP THIS HOSSHIPE JACKET AN* THEM SHOES MADE. OUT OF HIS HIPE. AW" ^ HIS HOOFS AAAPE INTO S1LVEK-/WXJMTED) A^H TRAVS, AN^~y / ^ANP 'WlCME^ — HOJT BEEF UCAwF -£FECIALTie^- Two city policemen went to Decorah today to bring back Duane Nesvick who Is being held by authorities there on a charge of larceny of a motor vehicle. Mrs. Alice ' Brobst of Esthervllle filed charges against NesvIck and Glen Lovcland of Esthervllle, who was apprehended by city police here Sunday. Graettinger also is looking for Nesvick to charge him with speeding and reckless driving. Police say they believe Nesvick Is absent without leave from the armed se^vlce.^. Legion To Elect Officers The American Legion will hold a. regular meeting and election of officers tonight at eight p. the Vet's club. Present officers are hoping for a good attendance. New Cars Licensed Paul Andrew.-), Oruver, Oldsmo- blle, 32-4918; W. JX Chrlstcnsen, Ringsted, Cadillac, 32-4918; William GemmiU, Esthervllle, Ford, 32-4919; Lowell W. Johnson, Eath- irvllle, Buick, 32-4920; E. J. Swal- v(!, Esthervllle, Ford, 32-4921. Filled to Capacity Leonaril WHkeAlfife of Spencer, camp dl|t*$ctor for tWe Y. M. C. A., Camp Foster, arlnounccd today that the first thrcn'porlods of camping have been filled to capacity and that there are only spaces left for a few girla In the second period. Children nine through 15 may attend Camp Foster. Boys may come to camp June 8 to 21 and June 22 to July 5. Girls have two periods July 6 to 19 and July 20 to Aug. 2. Three church groups finish out the camping season. Presbyterian Youth Fellowship Aug. 4 to 10, Junior Reform group Aug. 11 to 18, Senior Reform Aug. 18 to 25. At Holy Family Hospital •loan RoiLso of KNtlicrville entered the hospital yesterday for a tonsillectomy. UlucblrtlH Hold Meetinir. The Bluebirds met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Am old Burkhcnd. They learned two Bluebird songs and the Bluebird wish. They are learning the kinds of birds and each is to report th- number of varieties of birds they have seen at the next meeting. At the close of their meeting the girls made marguerites for lunch. To Have Vocational Agriculture. An additional department of study will be added to the Armstrong high school course of study next fall. Vocational agriculture has been njjproved for the Armstrong; school by the board of vocational education. Application had been made for this course of study a long time ago but acceptance was delayed because of a shortage ot federal and state funds. This year it has been possible to approve about 15 new departments In th.; state and Armstrong is fortunate to be one ot the tew new departments. Mother's Day Program Held. The program Included the hymn, "Lord We Come Before Thee Now"' scripture reading, the Rev. H. E. Rosmusson; vocal solo, "Mother I Know So Fair and Fine," Mrs, RasmuBsen; talk by Mrs. George Pellcson of Ringsted about her experiences as a polio patient at Sioux City and Warm Springs, Ga.; hymn, "There Is an Eye that Never I Sleeps"; vocal solo, "Mother of I Mine," Mrs. Rasmusson; reading. Mother of the Lad with the Loav- They ilrove io WeVisfer rity niter litr .Sun<l.-iy and .•Jpent llir day vi:- Iting relatives there. Mrs. Eugene Cantion, Gary and Janet of Oxford, Neb., are visiting two weeks with the former's patents. Mrs. Mike Kennedy, and with other relatives here. Gradiiate.s with Honors Shirley Solmonsoii, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Solmonson, graduated cum laude from Waldorf college at Forest City Thursday. Graduation exercises were held at 10:30 a. m. In addition to her parents and brother, Alan, those attending from Esthervllle and vicinity were her grandmother, Mrs. Sam Solmonson, her aunt, Mrs. La- Vlna Taylor, her sister, Mrs. Han.s Twedte Jr., and Steven. Mrs. Lloyd Dahike and daughter La Von were also present at the graduation exercises. La Von and Shirley graduated from Dolliver high school together and La Von graduated from Esthervllle Junior college the same day that Shirley did from Waldorf. Shirley will teach fifth grade this fall at Gillette Grove. n N. 6th CATALOG DEPARTMENT Phone 273 Shop Wards Catalogs I^or Savings on Summer Needs Shopping problems disappear like summer showers when you shop from Wards many Colologs. They save you time and ilepi as well as money, for you make your selections in the comfort of your own home. You'll be pleased with Wards low pricM because you can economize without sacrlfjcinQ quality. Our big 1952 Spring and Summer Catalog has 100,000 it«mi clearly pictured and honestly de- tcrlbad. liF you haven't a Catalog, why not com* in for a Librory copy? It's yours for 2 weeks or longer. When you stop In, ask to see our Mid-summer Sate Book, loo. Many of the items are rellited from the Spring Catalog at reduced pricei and some are special purchotet offered for this sale only. For those of you with special interests, we have free copies of our new Fishing and Klunting Book and our 1952 Photographic Catalog. Com* in soon and let Montgomery Ward !ntro> duce you to the ease, convenience onti economy of modern Catalog Shopping. Donitld GoodPlI of Lakn Park was admitted yesterday for a tonsillectomy. Artlytli Randa of Esttiervllle entered the hospital yesterday for .i tonsillectomy. Cliarli^ Hanson of EstherA-lUe was admitted yesterd.iy for surg cry. JoNAph Sliernian of ENtliorvlllo entered the hospital yesterday foi medical care. Elmeir Welsbrotl of Fenton wa.s admitted yesterday for medical care. Mrs. Nellie Burge of Esthervllln was admitted yesterday for medical care. Sfr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews of Gruver are parents of a son born yesterday. DiHmlNNaU yesterday were Rlrs. Lloyd Carr and baby girl of Esth­ ervllle; Mrs. Donald Murray and baby boy of Bancroft; Mrs. Kermit Grulke of Superior, medical; Roger Grethen of Graettinger, medical; Mrs. Stanley Young of Wallingford, medical; Mrs. Ada Evnletn ot Esthervllle, medical; Mrs. Chester Arndt of Dunnell, surgery: Thomas Garry of Bancroft, surgery; Roy Nis.sen of Graettinger, surgery. 5 Degrees Granted Grlnnell IJP) —Five honorary degrees will be conferred by Grlnnell college at commencement exercises Sunday. Recipients include the Rev. Nelson I. Baxter, Sioux City; Gerard S. Nollen, De» Moines, and Dr. Earle Dudley Ross, Iowa State college. ConfiTfCM Agree on Foreign Aid Bill Washington, June 2 ifl»H-Senate- houHiS conferees wore reported today to htivc agreed on n foreign aid bill of close to B'i billion dollars. The only word Chairman Connally (D-Tex) of the senate foreign relations committee had tor report- eis, however, was that the joint conference committee he heads expects to finish up Its work some time today. Tends !>f,nrifn.Tn.i^" Motitel)elI<.. C .Tlif . June .1 i .l'>- I'olice arrested Charles Edwaiil Calkin. 38, last ni.uht while he watered hl.s garden. The garden, officers .said, contained 80 marijuan .i plants. Calkin was bc.oked on sit.s plilon of violating the slati> health ,ind safety code. Sugar cane fields cover four-fl.'- ths of the Island of Barbados. Continiicd from pace I Lovele .s.i. nia.vor of Ottumwn, nudged nut foinier Congressman Otha Wearin as favorite of Emmet coim- t.v (leoiocrats as Ihcir party's gubernatorial nominee. Loveless polled l.'iS votes to 110 for Wearin. Esthervllle, Iowa, Daily News Tues., June 3, 19.52 8 Over the centuries the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean sco has been ruled by Egyptians, Romans, Crusaders, Venitlan.s, Turks, British and also by other peoples the National Geographic society soys. Tift Baked in E»ther\lllo — Sold in Esthervllle by HAROLD'S PASTRY SHOP NOW THRU THURSDAY ALAN es of Bread and Fishes." Mrs. John Gram v. as presented with a Life Membership pjn and presentation of the Life Membership plaque was made. Corsages were given to the following Life Membership guests, Mrs. Marie Lund, Mrs. Bertha Lenning, Mrs. T. O. Hovick, Mrs. Thomas Johnson Sr., Mrs. Julia Gangeatoad and Mrs. John Gram. Refreshments were served at the close of the program by Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Vern Dahms, Mrs. Oscar Solberg and Mrs. Glen Neugent. Mrs. Don Trees hostess of the Wesleyan Guild meeting Friday evening at her home. Mrs. Cora Gibbons and Mrs. James Pfvil were in charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. William Whitlow and daughter spent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Claypool at St. Cloud, Minn. Those attending the eighth district spring conference of the American Legion and Auxiliary Monday lit Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Jens Welhy, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Peterson, Mrs. Carl Rath, Mrs. A. J. Bosworth, Mrs. B. G. Miller and Mrs. Dale Cummins. John Kingston accompanied W. A. Belou of Fairmont to Heiman, Minn., Friday for a week end of fishing at Stowe lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peterson were fishing at Lake Koronis, Minn., I dliring the weeli end. The Couples Bridge club enjoyed a seven o'clock dinner and evening of cards Tliursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Neill. The prizes for high and second high Scores were won hy Mr. and Mrs. John Kingston ami Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mclntlre. Mrs. Edgar Adams of Fresno, Calif., visited last week with the .^larence and Scott Adams families. 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