Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 4, 1952 · Page 3
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lN'i*<Hoiinl Mnilioii Mrs. Gronstal Home from Visit to Chicago Mra. C. M. Gronstal has rrturnod home from Chicago, when- she visited briefly with her brothcr-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks. Mrs. Gronstal's spring recital has been postponed until next season. She is now at home to her pupils and friends. Mr. and Mrs. .Toe Tonilenun and Doris made a business trip to Des Moines yesterday. Mrs. B. T. Hensgen and son. Brad of Chicago arrived Monday to .spend a week at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Yule. Mr. «uid arrs. Lohnua of Roife and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gabrielson and children, Faith, Grace, and Joel of Gracttinger were Sunday visitors at the Olaf Michaclson home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil De Long and family of Oakland, Calif., arrived yesterday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Belva Ross and Mr. and Mrs. John Rugtiv and other relatives and friends. ^ Mr. and Mm. Prettton Lubker and Jim spent the week end at Deadwood, S. D., visiting Mr. Lubker's mother, Mrs. Rose Lubker and his sister, Mrs. E. C. Raebum of Boise, Idaho, who is at Dcadwood to help care for hor mother. Mr. and Alni. Rolland Shannon attended capping ceremonies last night at Broadlawns General hospital in Deq Moines. Their daughter, Nona, received her cap. Mrs. Mary Shopnon,- who has been visiting at Waukee, la., returned homo with them today. Cpl. Gaylord IL Knutson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Knutson, left yesterday morning for Fort Sheridan, 111., for re-assignment. He had been serving In Korea prior to his 30-day furlough spent with his parents. His brother, William M. Knutson of South Bend, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hcrcm and Mi^s Joan Herem of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tokhoim and Paul Becky of Des Moines spent the week end at the Knutson home, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson entertained the following persons at their home Memorial day; Mi. and Mrs. Felix Pedersen and daughters, Marie and Loretta, all of Westmont, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gabel and family of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Sargent and boys of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Don Koenecke and family, Mrs. Nettl'^ Koenecke, all of E.-ithervllle also dropped in during the afternoon. Mrs. A. R. KHpeset, Mrs. I.,loyd Handeland, Karen and Larry drove to Decomh, Saturday to attend graduation exercises at Luther college. Mrs. Espeset's son-in-law, Robert Loveland, was a member of the current graduating class. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Arndt Espe- aet and Kenneth Mills joined the group to attend baccalaureate services. Graduation exercises were held Monday morning. Mrs. Espc- aot and Mrs. Handeland and children returned home yesterday. Cleveland Goes Back lo Top; Brooklyn Wins W. L. Pet. GP. Cleveland 28 18 .591 .... Boston 24 18 .671 1 Washington 23 19 .548 2 New York 20 17 .641 2-'. Chicago 22 22 .600 4 Philadelphia 17 19 .472 5 St. Louis 21 25 .467 6 Detroit 13 28 .317 ll 'j Tuesday's Results: Cleveland B Boston 0, Philadelphia 3 Detroit I, Now York 4 Chicago 3 (13 innings), St Louis 3 Washington 2 (17 innings). Thursday's .Schedule: Detroit at Philadelphia, Chicago ot New York, Cleveland at Boston. (Only, games scheduled). NATIONAL LKAGUK W. L. Pet. GB Brooklyn 28 11 .718 .... New York 28 13 .883 1 Chicago 24 18 .671 5U' Cincinnati 21 22 .488 9 St. Louis 21 23 .477 9',j Philadelphia 18 22 .450 JO'/j Boston 16 23 .410 12 Pittsburg U 36 .239 20H Tuesday's Resulta: Now York 17 Chicago 4. Brooklyn 8 Pittsburgh 4, Boston 3 St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia 1. Thursday's Schedule: Brooklyr. at Pittsburgh, Philadelphia at Cln- clnnatl^New York at Chicago, Boston at St Louis (nighty V, \V£STGRN Xl ^aPJR LMt jrurbfa Besultft: l>f»nv«r i Colorado Springs 0, Wichita 10 Puebla 8. Omaha 4 Lincoln 1, Des Moines 9 Sioux City 8. THK DRUCK STORE YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS rphamaoUta on duty all Uni«». Serving yowr praaor);itlon needa .promptly.and > PAAIO OOtSTON Mul U ilOVB at^ Mr. and ."Mrs. Earl Wilcox wen- aummonod lo Kldora Instt nl^lit l )y the serious illness of thi-ir uncle. Mrw. Pauline GoUu left for her home at Spencer after visiting for a week with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (3olla. Mrs. Craig CoUton and riuughler Catherine accompanied Mrs. Ron aid Schenck and children to Dea Moines where they are at the homo of Mrs. Schenck's sister, Mrs. Olori Yates. They will be hack Friday. Mr .H. T. R. OI HOM , Mrs. Ann.-» Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Cnil Shnw went to. Minneapolis today to attend a four-day convention. While there thoy will visit Mr. and Mr.^. Lyle Shaw and Luella Shaw. Education takes 7.7 per cent of British government revenue. .Mrs. i.oren/o Smith of Brltl visited ye.-<teiday «itli her d.iii(;hters. Mi.« C P. ^;.'^\lcl< .ind Mis. Ma- Jncksiin Mr. and Sirs. .)ohn Sntlth of Sa-i Dlcgo. Calif., were dinner cuests la.-it night at the home nf -Mr. and Mr.i. Bert Shirley. .Miss Sally .Maxwell of indinnnhi \i, visiting at the home of Mr_ an-i Mr .i. Ralph Loiiph. .MIs.s Ma'swel! I .x an aunt Df M!,«. Ij<)U;;h. .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mori/, of Buffalo Lake. Minn., were recent visitors nt the home of C. A. Zelni- er and W. A. Sweet. They left today to visit relativ.'.s in Colorado and Washington. Aval tlx |«) l.onil Draft Uoanl ^Ifinhers M.ii. «. I, , i!ie 4 t.T) State h>Md.|u.ii ti'r-i ti>- Publiontion of the Bible In Grad.- 2 Braille requires IS bulky volumes.. >'enlu<> Sawyer left today for Pe.s Moine.^ to attend a si\ week'-' suinnii r -^e«sii'ii nt Ptaki- uiiiver navt'nport Coiinril Deconlrols Rrnts Davenpoit. la.. ,lune 4 <.-P> The DavenjMJrt city council hn.« voted to decont|-ol rent .x here after de- fi rrins .iction on the conlroversi.i! question .sivernl tinien rei -ently. Tlie council voted IM to follow Hock Island and MoUne In Illinois in endini; rent controls. The council's action now must he appiovcd I'y the defen .xe housing adminlaira tion. The federal government last yi ar desi>;nated (he (jund IMties an 1 critical defense housing area. <l :i\ • :nio\in. ' it the .•<v\aid of addi- I icr H ! \ u I ' M It !< ' f • ! •) liUV ;l loc.-il .liMlt l>.'iut in.inli .lv f. r i-v tetisiv ' .->' > \ 1. - KUi:lt»l. 10N,;I| ;i\\,uils ai" HeiMian lla.'hi.ii \\n\ikim. .lohn J. llvde. i.l.-i In lio.iald K Rodiiwi;;. .•<|.ni! Uili. . S. !ni«'i (I l*4il>"on. r ;»uliin:i H.U'-M I. Hi.'(.' (on. Kiiiti\ei<t.ui F-liU'I'l'' I 'l .n\:ii(ls lire .1 N Chicken. <;i. . n(i.-!.! .l.'hn Sicli Spencer, li. Miiuinn 1; i ;..tiii \soi\, Mt Avr Small (i> usu:ill\ Ilk.- diced cook ed JHit.ilo.'s seiv.d in ,i cH-iini suu- ci- Willi a prettv tiiniKJi o( (inely nilnc.'il p.usl.-v The C.riiiul Ciinvan o( the Colo rado is 27S niili'.-* lonK with a niM\ iniuni width o( i:) tun-!' and dii>tli of f.ii fwi WElff "RIDING HiRD" ON HIGH FOOD COSTS! m POST TOASTIEST. Zlc WUPI NUTS fUKES. 16c SU6AII CRISP .T: 16c POST'S KRIfilKLES ..I6c 8-oz. POSTS 40S IRAN FUKES. RAISiN •RAN 18c GUM ami HOISTER SET you CAN WIN ' FOOD WON-UP GRAPEFRUIT JUICE PABST-ETT FRESH COUNTRY EGGS 1 Doz. 31c NANCY ANN BREAD oz. 20 Loaf 2 29c — Fruits and Vegetables — CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGES 49c 2 d - • ^ ozeii FRESH, GREEN. CRISP CABBAGE 2 lbs. 17 BANANAS 2 lbs. 33 Watermelon, Cantaloupe, California Strawberries FRESH DRESSED FRYERS Cut ti|. 89c WJiile They I.ast ea. READY-TO-EAT, SMALL PICNICS 39c WICKLOVV, TRAY PACK ANGLO YOUR FRIENDX^:;^! MEALTIME BACON - 39c PORTER HOUSE STEAK II. o9c ROUND STEAK u> 89c BOLOGNA SAUSAGE . h 39c BEEF POT ROAST ., 66c ROLLED RIB ROAST u.. 79c SOCIETY— Orattanvd from p*** I Mr ntid Mr?< .lutui KiiRlnnd Wa.« ! lu\,te..*.s i\\ .i l.-ji }uirtv liwt W'e^lneji ' diiv iifti-r 1. liool (i.im.n were i>l.nv- e<l iiftei u lucli her mother :«.'t\-t-d' lunch lo t:\\\!t I.-achei. M IKH K.-in i"i<il«on una CIu.iMn. IV Mof!". l.''iiiole KiKCli.-i Mtii\- MiKKin^ Sharon Kctnmn Hiirhain l,iir«en Kdna lMfM». .Marv l.onntnnn. Cnrol Jenn McKlrchy. Glenyco Olncn. j Tiudv SeMitson and Ijnda Karle Lean ri.-<h Mich ii» cod. floundei haddock, and i ercli are limt tor tookInK In vv.ttei hecause they are on the firm wide after cooVlnc Ustiiervllle, Io\v«, I>nllv NeUT* \V »H>.. ,hinr 4. ' 8 Smorgasbord .It t(i.« COUNTRY CLUB Every Thursday Night .ServlHR from fl <o M p. m. $1.25 Mc 'niUM"s pli>;i.«u» call \nur nnwi^n- lions this cviTiitu: iifttM- .'ri^) p m. to the Oumli-v C"liil>. Vhtmf 22\. Dad's Day Is Sunday, June 15th .MEN'S LKJIITWEIGIIT nUi'^^S SHIRTS Oiilv 2.98 HtMv's a sliirt Hint iiuMins voo\ ctimfort for ymi — even on tho hot- li>st dnys! Handsomely taiioitti of Snnforize<l oiK'ii niosh c"otton Loiio that lets rool air cimi- late! 0)1110 in! In.sure your siiinmer comfort now ! l.onp; sleeves. Sizes 11 to 17. Clioose while, hlue, fan, green or grey. 'Shrinkage won't exceed IS RAYON-AND- NYLON CX)RI) SPORT SHIRTS 3.98 Crisp, hand - washahle blend of rayon and nylon Rives you lon^ wear . . . feels cool . . . looks smart I Come .shop fo- mori-ow for these pinwale cord siKirl shirts! Sizes small, medium or larcje. NEW KNITTED SPORT SHIRTS 2.98 Tliey're knitted of fine, soft comlxKi cotton! That means they fit comforl- ahly, wftsii easily, need Utile or no ironing! They are distinctively styled! What Dad would not In- plea.swl to Ket one on Fatiier's day. Choose ii.'ivy, Kreen or I)IY)WII figures on wliite ground. Small, medium, large. NEW (HIT TIES 98e Whatever his ta.ste, you are sure lo find exactly the lie that will ploaw him! Neat ties! Bold de- .signs; Bright colors! Subtle shades! KAYOS PlCKEUI -rrTE SPORT SHIRTS Onlv 3.98 They'll keep you txxil w h e n tlie mercury zooms. .Small, medium, large. In stilid oiloi-s or fancy chi»cks. .IAC()1!ARI) POLO SHIRTS C<M)L LKJimVKIOHT HOI»OKA STRAW Onlv 1.98 You netHln't pny n fortune for smart juimmtfr comfort. Kivp itwler on the lu )tti»st (Uiy% In thin suiKM-lightwvight stmw. L98 Handsome Jacxiuard knit |K>lo .shirts of fine combed ixitton. RlblKxl neck. sliM^ves anfl wnlstlmnd hold their shn|K', it'.slst stretching. Ciioose from si,\ smart stilid coloi-s. .Small, nuHJium and large sizes. MEN'S POLO SHIRTS 98e Comfortable ixilo shirts, cut e.xtrn long lo stay neatly tuckinl InlTliey are made of soft comb- etl cotton, liave riblxul neckbands that hokl their shajx\ prevent stretching. Cijoos«» fi-om a big selection of llglit colors. .Small, nuxllum. large sizes, MENS nOXER SWI.M TRUNKS .MENS WASIIFAST AROYLl-^i Only 79c Musky .socks of kiing wearing comlxnl cotton. Chtx).se from a selection «if handsome trl-color combinations. Spun Nylon Soclu 08f MEN'S THICK TKRKY ROBE 7.90 Blots up molHture wonderfully, and can b«» worn at home ns wfll nil at the bench. Wnjihnblc In your choice of white ur maizi*. 2.98 Rayon acetate lx ).xer swim tiiinks with elastic waiHllwuid, button flap p (K 'ket, drawstring tie, full nylon - and - acetate knitted lining. Your choice of colors, si /j?s 28 to 40. PENNEY'S BIO MAC MATCHED SETS Twill .Shirts 2.49 2.98 Twill Pnnfjf Rublxxl cotton twill shirts and pnnts, built to take plenty of hnrd wear. Sanforlzetl. Household Goods at Public Sale ll()iiH(>liohl fiiuuln of thi' lat«' HeulM'ii II. (;ri'i«ii. lo IM* HOIII on the prcmiHes at ?H)2 N. 9th .St., on Saturday, June 7 2:00 p. Three lledn, with Kprin ^N Three DrosfMTU Ch«'»t of Drawers Dining Table and Chalrn Ruffet Library Table and IkKikcaNe Davenport and Chair Electrolux S«'wl»K Table .Sanitary Cot leather Couch Kitchen Table Klectrlr IMrlgeralor Outboard Motor . TooU Aluminum Tub .Maytax WawhlnK Machine iMwn Mower RookcaiM* Four U X 12 RUSH l^ee Curtalnit Tntnkx — Throw-rugH — Pleturen F'UhloR Tackle Cedar Chent Mua'H Coonitkin C <Nit Violin SettiHw -lUdlo and other Itrni*!. Terms: Cosh S. C. GREEN. Administrator Fosbler £ Bumii, Auctloniwn lowH Trust ft Saviags Bank. Clerk I . . « V > \

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