Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 4, 1952 · Page 2
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iSocial .NcMs I 'Vi'ii the rnriiK-r's cliiimlitor i-.tn bniiHl of Caslii-r. rli'li- iT il;ilr.v proiIiK'ts tliiiii those you'll (inil iit MOIHITSKX \ KM DSKN'S. «<il :i ilii/zllii!,' assortiiicnt of palatc-pli'asinj,' r'hccsi's that \\ill <lrlii ;lit the HIIOIC family. .•\lHllfr ol* fact. ciiTytliini; in liiii' dair.v foods can lie tounil rli;lil liiTc. TOMATO JUICE Sr URIAKDALE-BAKTLETT In Heavy .Syi-uj) Ahvay.s Fi-csh We grind it PEARS BKIAKDALE COFFEE BKIARDAEE-ICEI) TEA NBC Cocoanut-Bars MICIIIGAN-NAVni' BEANS ASSORTED-FLAVORS KOOL-AID No. 21.. Can Lb. '/2 •r'?,^- 10-oz. 2 Lb. BaR PkR.s. 31c 49c 79c 59c 25c 25c 25c J\JNE 8 WSIINGOWAUOWRWm;;- CALIFORNIA-VALENCIA ORANGES RIPLEV'S-FRESH CARROTS CALIFORNIA PASCAL CELERY SUGAR-LOAF PINEAPPLES TEXAS-YELLOW ONIONS I)()Z. 2()-(r/. Cello BaK Each Jiimbn Size Each Lbs. 35c 19c 23c 59c 19c Phllad»»lphia Cream Cheese 35c Old-Home Knights Cottage Cheese QiT' 25c Kinnard's Ice Cream V2Ga,. 98c Snow Crop ORANGE CONCENTRATE 2 Can.s 35C Birds Eye Green PEAS rkg."^' 25c FOR BREAKFAST 12-oz. Pkg. Post-Toasties X-oz. Pkg. 40% Bran-Flakes BOTH OZ.-. FOR ZOC POSTS Sugar-Crisp 24c .10-oz. Pkg. M EAT SHOPPING CENTER! iMeuty ISeel Short Ribs 49c Pork Chops Cuts 49c Home Cured Boneless Com Beef u. 69c Morreir.s Boneless Pickled Pork Hocks Wilson's Corn King Sliced Bacon Boneless Beef Stew Morrell's Pride Sliced Minced Ham '"^^ 59c Lb 45c Li, 69c Lb. 49c Strictly Fresh Dressed Fryers NOURITSEM t^KNUDSEN I ^Wt BRIARDALE iSA?^ PHONE 407 o^i 408 FREE PARKING AT FOR DELIVERY REAR OF STORE Marion Bringle Is Honored * * • BV ALrCE mOINBOTlIASI Mls.s Marion BririRlo, who will hr commissioned as missionnry In Japan, Sunday, July 6. was the RUP.=t 'of honor this wpck at two showrrs. The commlEslonint; service will be conducted by Dr. Rolf Syrdal. ox- ncutivc secretary for the board of forelRn mls .slons of the E. L. C. Miii.s Brlnglo will sail on Aufruat 2 from San FranclBCO for Tokyo, where she will spend the first year .sludyinK. Yostorday afternoon the mem- ber.s of the 11 mission circles of the Kstherville Lutheran church pave I a tea and shower for Miss BrlnRle in tho church parlors. Approximately 135 members were in nt- t tendance at the shower. * DurinK the afternoon a propram I was held at which time Miss Brin- Rle and the guests were welcomed by Mrs. Edwin Thoreson, president of the Mission circles. Mrs. Qarl Knutson announced the program which included devotions by Pastor Hinderaker. His message was based on the elRhth verse of the sixth chapter of Isaiah, "Also I heard the voice of the Lord sayinp "Whom shall I send, and who will fro for us?' Then .said I, 'Here am I. Send me'." The devotional service was followed by a vocal duet "My Task" sung by Miss Shirley Olson and Miss Mary Jane Swlg- gum, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Everett Shaw. Mrs. Shaw also played "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desire" by Bach. As a closing the audience sang "Blest Be the Tie 1 That Binds." Miss Bringle express ed her sincere appreciation to all and stressed John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that Ho gave His Only Begotten Son that whosoever bellevcth on Him shall not perish but have<cvcrlastlng life." * Following the program Miss Bringle opened her many gifts, which were practical as well as attractive. She was assisted in the opening by Mrs. Thoreson. The gift table was decorated with a basket of pink peonies and white j spirca. Miss Bringle's mother, Mrs. A. T. Bringle, and her sister, Miss Arlene Bringle, presided at the refreshment table which was covered by a lace cloth and centered by an arrangement of pink and white snowballs, flanked by crystal candelabra holding tall pink tapcr.s. Pink and white decorations were used throughout the dining room. * Mrs. Joe L,ohsc was chairman of the planning committee and was as.sisted by Mrs. Edwin Thoreson, Mr^. Carl Knutson, Mrs. Wayne j Crim and Mrs. Earl Hornby. ' Mrs. Hornby was in charge of the tea table; Mrs. Crim and Mrs. Leo Olson were dining room hostesses and the 11 circle leaders wore in charge of the food and kitchen I arrangements. Marion's grandmother, Mrs. J. A.- Bringle, who has made her home during the winter months with hor son and daughter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bringle, of Rand- j all, has returned home and was a guest at the shower yesterday. • Monday evening Marion was honored by Mrs. Carl Will at a personal shower at the Will home. During the evening B«tty Haack entertained the group with two piano solos and several games were played after which the guests spent the remainder of the evening learning something about Marion's plans for the future. Marion received many gifts from I hor mother, Mrs. Art Bringle, her sister, Arlone, Mrs. John Neawith of Lakeflold, Minn., Mrs. Claire Bringle, Mrs. Mary C. Miller, Miss I Kathleen Miller, Mrs. John Twcedt, Mrs. Homer Cleveland, Mrs. Edwin Thoreson, Mrs. J. M. Anderson, Miss Eunice Anderson, Miss Mil dred Anderson, Mrs. Willys Stearns, Miss Joyce Stearns, Mrs. Knut TangeroH, Mrs. Olga Vagle, Mrs. George Vagli!, Mrs. Clarence Haack, Miss Louise Haack, Miss Betty Haack, Mrs. Andrew Sunde and the hostess. Refreshments were served to th group by Mrs. Will. l''iinilly I'ieiiic Honors I'rof. and Sirs. C. F. Smitli Relatives and friimds of I'rofes- sor and Mrs. C_ F. Smith and family of Iowa City gathert'd at thi home of his brother-in-law and si.s ter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard'Jan.-ien of Milford Sunday noon to wi.sl them well in their new home. Thi Smiths are moving to Salt Lak> City where Mr. Smith will teach at the summer school being hold there. More than 35 relatives and frlen ds wore present to enjoy the picnic dinner served on the lawn of the Jansen home. Guests included Mr and Mrs. Roland Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. Loylo Smith and family, Mr and Mrs. Rolland Shannon and family and Mr. Smith's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. • Four Mllu Lake Country Club Meets > r Members of the Four Mile Lako Country club met yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. Hpriry Klein tor their regular mooting. Mrs. Oscar Myhro was the aasist- unt hostess in the absence of Mrs, Leo Hickoy. Mrs. Bort Swanson, club president, conducted a short business mooting. Mrs. Otto Schapor told of being pleasantly surprised, juat before leaving homo for club, by tho appearance on tholr television screen of Mni, Gordon Hagborg, former Eathorvillo resident, Tho Rovorond Hagborg Is former pastor of tho Christian ohuroh. Mrs, Hagborg appeared on a quiz program. Mrs. Gerald Love was In charge of entertainment. She conducted ii mU-th - provoking Chinese spoil- down, after which a cafeteria «}yle lunch was served to Strs. Ira Swartz., Mrs. Baith I,*lr. Mrs, ^Orb Rergoson, Mrs. Bert Swanson, iMrs; Wayne Plngor, Mrs, Raymond Lair, Mrs Myron Barnes. Mv»- EJarl Ferrell, Mrs. Chester Barne*, Mrs. Qcurgo Mowf;^, Mrs, peoil Wl.soman. Mi."*. Otio Schapor. Mr'' Sam Xaa."", Mrs Cirl Sawyer, Mr;v James Simpson, .Mrs. (?erald Ix)V( .Mrs. Walter Williams. .Mrs. Walte.- Ru.sch, Mrs. Ix)ren Do Vore, and to one pui'st. Mis. Kgnnt'th Reinhardt. Tho July mooting will be held at the horn.' Mr .-i Raymond Mo- Connoll. Gel.s 'i-Vear Senl.nee Ksflierville, Iowa, Daily Nons De- .Moit.is i.V Knil Ah in Vr-\ JUUC -1, 1952 ~_ xolte. 4S. Council Blu'fs. < li.im.-l ^ with illi'Kally receiving Mini |>o - sessine part of .SUiMi^n in \'<>nd!^ tho churKo. p.nitontlMrv. Ho pleaded guilty to Legion AiLxilinrj' IiLstull Ni-w Offlrers. The American Legion Auxiliary installe<i new officers at the meeting held Mondav night at the Vef.s club. Mrs. Hornian Sorum. the installing membor. presented Mrs. M. L. Wiekersheini, retiring president, with a past president's pin. The panel of new officers include Mrs. L. A. Thomas, president; Mrs. Leon Pratt, first vice-president; Mrs. Fred Ehlers, second vice-president; Mrs. O. 13. Theophilus, secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Paulson, treasurer; Mrs. E. I. Ellerston, historian; Mrs. Robert Pullen, chap­ lain; Mrs. Robert Herum. serpeant- at-arms and Mrs. Ernest "Smith, pianist. Following tho installation. Mrs. Francis Solmonson sang a solo, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Gail Schenck. A vcr>- good poi)py sale was reported and committees for the \ year were announced. The newly elected president and secretary were slated to attend the state convention which will be held In Des Moines in August. Spring flowers were used In the decorations for'tho refreshment table. Lunch was served by a committee which included Mrs. Robert Knight, chairman; Mrs. Lester Sidles. Mrs. Kenneth Paulson, Mrs. Mary Bormnnn and Mrs. Bert Kint. The door prize was given to Mrs. Robert Pullen. t • • ratricia England lIostesH at Tea Variy. Patricia England, daughter of Turn to paKo S, column 0 stolon from tne January. IWl, was (sdav to (WO yoar.-^ MoCl.lIriiul l>aiik ciiionooil Tuin :i fodi:r:il Every woman seems to harbor i socrot desire to write-checks. RICH CREAMY- DELICIOUS Mrs^Glarks S ALAD D RESSING m^mGms ^GET BIG ^a ^eU. RIDERS CLUB KIT! , DHAILS AND ORDER eiANKS AT OUR STORE Hey Gang, only a few days loft to get in those Post's boxtops for tliat swell genuine Roy Rogers gun and holster set! The boy or girl wlio brings the most Post's cereeal boxtops to our store by Saturday, June 7 wins this gun and holster set FREE! BR/N^USyOUR PROCrm^AMBLE COUPO/^S Tide with coupon POST TOASTIES.. 19c GRAPE NUTS FUKES 21c SUGAR CRISP ... 27c POST'S KRINKLES 16c Gerber's Strained or Jimior BABY FOODS 4 Cans 35c 4largepkgs. 99c or 2 giant pkgs. $1.28 KSrS 40% BRAN FUKES 21C RAISIN BRAN ... 19c CLOVER FARJI SALAD DRESSING Pint Quart 25c 43c With Coupon Clover Farm 10-oz. Pkg. Marshmallows 17c Clover Farm—Whole Slices Pineapple 2 65c Clover Farm Gelatin 4 Pkgs 29c Clover Farm—No. 2i/> Cans Porii-Beans 2 ro, 39c CRISCO Sf„ 83c Large Pkg. Oxydol or Duz 27c 5 Assorted Kinds 10 -oz. JELLIES 2 Glasses BAB-O 3 Cans Nabisco SHREDDED WHEAT 2p .g, Clover Farm Enriched FLOUR 10 Ba'. 39c 25c Niblets Golden CORN 2"Sanr 39c Clover Farm PEACHES 2 69c Red Pitted CHERRIES KIDNEY BEANS iL Can.s 33e II. S. Choice BEEF ROAST Lb. Fine or Coarse Hormel's Value i RING SLICED 1 BOLOGNA BACON 1 Lb. 55c Lb .43c 1 ZtxniM 19c California Gitff<ax ^oVii. 10c m ^xxdoi U. S. No. X GRAPEFRUIT SLICED Wo Have a Good Supply of FRESH FRYERS DRIEI) 8|EF O V4 ;Lb, IR FARM STORES

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