Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 5, 1952 · Page 3
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Personal Mention Gruver Faculty Members Take Up Summer Dulles Three members of Ihe Gruvor school faculty arc taking up their summer duties this week. Superintendent Wilbur Juhl and his family have moved to Okoboji where he will he supervisor at Walther Lcag^uc camp again this summer. Harold Rathert, principal and science and English teacher, his wife and daughter, Kalhryn. left today for Des Moines where he will attend summer school at Drnkh university. Keith Wilkinson, athlet- Jc coach, has started work on the railroad and will remain In Gruver tor the summer. Mr, and Mm. Biner Chrlstenscn, Richard and Marian drove to Port Dodge last night to attend high school graduation exercises for Mr. Ghristenscn's nephew, Robert Shaw. Dorec Crawford \W11 utlond gnwl- uatlon exercises at Iowa City tomorrow morning and will arrive home' the same evening to spend her summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crawford and Bobctte. Mrs. G. II. Ralfe rotiimed Tuesday evening from Des Moines where she visited several days with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Raifc and Johnny. She was a guest of her sister. Miss Effie Swanson of Perry, over Memorial day. U. Leo Calhun left ymterday for Westover Field, Mass., for re-assignment after a 30-day furlough at home. Enrouto he will stop at Joliet. 111., to visit his sister, Mrs. Bernardine Rcid. . She will accompany him to Westover and from there she will go to Jackson Heights, N. Y., to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Dooley. Lt. Calhan returned from Korea just prior to his furlough, where he has served in the air force as a pilot. He expects to attend school for the next two months learning to pilot four-motored planes. THE DRUG STORE YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS t Pharmacists on duty at^ all times.. Serving your prescription needs promptly and ofllclcntly. VEBNE NVMAX, CRAIG COLSTON and J. HOYE Phone 13 Mrs, Svlma Dow was un overnight visitor Monday at the home of Mrs. M. S. Julius. Mr. and Mrs. W. \l. .Miner returned Tuesday after spending a week with relatives at Grundy Center. Bill Chauncuy, nthl<<(Jc conch at Tipton, visited Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Pieper and Dick. The Rev. and Mrs. Clydt^ . Lecd.s made a business trip to Dca Moines today. While there tliey will visit the Ramsey Memorial home. Mrs, Mttrj- Howp returned home yesterday from Chicago where she visited at the home of her son and dnughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Taylor of Fairmont and Mrs. Anna Meyer and Mrs. Silas HInkcy of Armstrong visited Tuesday at the home of their sister, Mrs. Monroe Zufall. Bill IIolscliiw and Wa.vno Wogen have returned home after their discharges from the army. They had been stationed with the 194th Field Artillery at Wurzburg, Germany. , Mr. and Jtrs. Lloyd .Icglimi of hlcago will leave tomorrow after a week-long visit with Mr. Jeglum's mother, Mrs. Ida Jcgluni, and two sisters, Mrs. Elmer Adams and Mrs. Rasmus Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Williaiii retfrson of Thornton were week-end visitors of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bronle- wee. While here they attended the funeral of Mrs. J. B. Dahl of Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Otto I'felffer of Pontiac, III., are spending this week at the home of the Intter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reed and Patsy Jo. They will leave Sunday for home taking Patsy Jo with them for the sumrner. Bert Lucas, brother of Mrs. Ray Van Valkcnliurg, Is in the Veteran's hospital at Lincoln, Neb. He has been there for the past month and will remain for some time yet. Anyone may write him at Veteran's hospital, ward north 2, Lincoln, Neb. Lt. Melvin Se«tt, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scott of Armstrong, has completed his B-29 training course at.Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonia, Tex., and has been assigned to the 4th Tow Target Sqdrn. at George Air Base at Vlc- torvllle, Calif. Mrs. Margarc,!; Rowari of St-attlc, Wash., and son, jjr. Paul RoSran, of Grundy, Va., have been visiting for the past few days at the home of Mrs. Rowan's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Upon leaving hero Dr. Rowan will go to Baltimore, Me., where he will Renieniher SALE EVERY Monday. 7:00 p.m. Armstrong Sales Co. Armstrong, Iowa (Vinton Arnold pholo. Daily News cnKravnigl ILLAN "IKK" AIJKKAN of Sibliy with p .Mh :ip.s thr l)it;t!<'M walleye ui) to (late, ".l.l pound.s. caught in iioilh liay. Wcsi Okoboji. specl.TlIze for the next two years plastic surgery. in Mrs. Robert Martin and Sirs. Darold Griffith, Sandra and Linda returned Monday from a vacation during wliirh Mrs. Giiffllh and the children vl.sited with Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Gorham at Ankony while Mrs. Martin accompanied her sister, Mrs. Charles Mitchell and daughter. Arlene of Alden to Springfield, .Mo., where they wore guests of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. Jimmy Gorham (if Ankeny returned for n two weeks stay at the Griffith home. Mr. and Mrs. A. I). MrWilliainH will drive to Cedar Falls tomorrow where they will attend a dinner tomorrow night for the Iowa Slate Teacher's college graduates and their guests at the home of President and Mrs. Maucker. They will attend graduation exercises Saturday morning. Their daughter. Mrs. Darwin Rasmusscn is a member of the class. Immediately ftil- lowing graduation she will i:o Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., to join her husband who is stationed there. T^ie Rev. and Sirs. K. W. .lohn- son of Everett. Wash., will arrive here today to visit with Mis. Johnson's grandmother, Mrs. Nettie Anderson, at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Edna Anderson. Mrs. Claude Wayson and two children of Jesup have spent the past week at thi- home of her mother, Mrs. Anderson and will remain to visit with hi'i cousin and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Al Tanhoff of Monterey. Minn , were visitors yesterday of Mr.". Aii- dorson. Tlie Weather OKFiriAL TKMTKRATUBKS Maximum yesterday: 68 Minimum last night: 59 TODAY'S WEATHER K a. ni. Temperatures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Barometer: Noon 74 85 waw WSW 6 e 20.87 29.65 IOWA FORECAST Fair west and central, partly cloudy east this afternoon. High today 75 norllieast, 85 southwest. Chance of local brief thundershowers ni'ar Minnesota border this evening. Geneially fair, not much change In temi)erature tonight and Friday. IA}W tonight near 60. Further outlook: Continued fair and warm Saturday. MINNESOT.\ FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Friday. A little cooler northwest half Friday. Low tonight (Hi to 60. High Friday 70 to 75 northwi'St, 76 to 80 soulhea.st. SIDE GLANCE "Your main job will b« to k«tp your oyt on tht omployos and that thay oenoantrate on their workS'^' At Holy Famny Hospital Mr. and Alr.v I'ranli .Snyder nl Armstrong are parint.>i iif a son born yesterday. Mrs. Fred Nauss of Terrll entered the hospital yesterdiiy for oiedi- cal hi! re. Mrs. Sieger I'lantlng of Kliigsled was admitted yesterday lor niedi cal care. Mrs. Theodore Opsai of .Vrni- strong enti'red the lULspilal yi'.slir- day for KUigi'ry_ Fred Smith of Swea City was ad- milted yesteiday I'nr .sur^,e^y. ,Mrs. Ada i '>Iola«'ek of Esther*ille was admitted yesterday lor KUIM ery. lleuiils Jolinsoii of Ksllwrville entered the hospital ye.sl<>rday for a tonslllcelomy. Kutliryn Glusnapp of Eslhervllle was admitted yesterday for a tonsillectomy. DisnilHsuls yesterday were .Mrs. Nets Peterson of E.stherville, KUig- ery; Mrs. Henry Grandgi'nett of Bancroft, surgery; Samuel Wood of Estherville, sui^ery; Sharon Clark of Estherville, surgery; Jane Walker of Estherville, medical; Mrs. Nellie Burge of Estherville, medical; Joseph Sherman of Estherville, medical; Mrs. Ellen Coady of Armstrong, medical; Mrs. Ed.-i Oakes of Graettinger, medical; Mrs. James Kennedy of Estherville, Janet Burg of Wallingford, tonsillectomy; Steven Woodley of Estherville, tonsillectomy. DANCE— Continued from page 1 indicating a high degree of back- Btago organlj»tlon. The youngsters have' many costume changes which must entail a large crew of assistants and the number of small dancers suggest that there might even be a disciplinary problem Involved. However, they all accm eager to perform and the difficulty could be to keep them off the atage when it iB not their turn. Just one suggestion—one I'm sure you've heard from your teacher many timea—dancing is fun, the audience loves you, so—smile, kids, smile. Because x-rays destroy lapldly growing tissui' hidn- effectively than other ti.s.sue and heeaiise cancer is rhararti'rizeii by rapid grow- tli, x-rays sonietinies can be used to control cancer. Lake Summer Theater Plans Aiinoiiiieed Gr:niiill coU, ha .-s l>.>u»;lit the Okolmji. Auu i\s 40 I 'V UK) foi>i frame han(,-nr aiul will i..avert it Intii a modern tluater werkslii<p for tile s>ii!u:i.i .'f Tre :..iun-; Hup'it Hawk iiiiiu.mii ed led.iy Tlie (Jrinnell atOkodoji .sunun .M theater will etitei Its .leei.iul ^ea•^<ln this year .it the Sanford tlie.iter f operated la-^^t si'a^ea, with an apprentice work.sluip pl.in of 10 weeks ami et>:lit \M eks <if prwdlie- lion slaitin); .liily .s ai;ain umlei the ilireitiiin if I'lof Kent Amt- re«s » * • . TIIK IIA.NtiAK WAS puuhase I fri>iii (.ieiir^e \'anUi'r Hurg, tipeia- tor of the Airways, and a lonj; li-rni least' t;ikea no the piepertv* from RON .1 Smith Tlie .sili' is nuith e' the Bioiiks reunliy eluh. south nl the Jer.sey liell teaiixmi on the west side iif V S, llij;li\\ay "1, ah out 1"-. niili.s ninth of this year ^ location. The tin iter «ill hi' Jusi noitli lit Arni'lils I'aiU. tiuie mile.t south of Spirit l^iki , "U'l' plan to have a flue, ni'idern theater and fine arts renter in the r.ow plant," Hawk said. "The eol- Icgi' Is delei iniKrd to hiilld this into a eiiltiital lUecra which will le- of benefit to both Ihe Citnnell sti'- dents and tli>' eDinnuinlty In which it Is located. ' » i» • OI'EM.NCi I'l.AV, July S-i:t. has been scheduled ns Shaw's "Aim.* and the Man." a gay comedy Tii.' July 15^0 spot will lie oeeuphxl liy another lomedy, "Mr. Bairys Et chlngs ' The douhle-lilll. ".N'o E\n ' anil "A Phoenix Too Kreqiieiil,' will tie on the boiiids. July L".' 'J? "The Warrior's llusliand." a light comi'dy, will be shown July llil-Ain; ust .1. The p.sychologie.il thrlllei "Blind Alley." is scheduled for August 510. August 12-17, a eomhinu tloii of hilariiy und murder, "Aise nic and Old Lare, ' will he played "The Night of Januiiiy 16." .i courtroom melodrama, will he of fered Aug. 19-24, and Aug. 26.11 lli. sen.son will dose with an t nitii" play chosen from the repetoiie of the last two seasons. • • * Ol'U KIU.ST SEASO.N last year made us many friends," I'r.ifessoi Andrews says. "We are scheduling again this year the type of play best suited to summer audiences. We look foiwaril to seeing our old frienils and ni.-w ones when we op en July 8." Casts for the plays are I 'hoseii from outstanding drama students ut Ullnnell eoUege, and this year several apprentices from other col leges and theater groups will iiil.l to the players' rostei- I'layi'is and apprentices will arrive at Okoboji June 23. The large size of the eggs of liirds and some reptiles result^ from the fact that they are tin storage containers of food for th, embryos which are vcxy small h. fore they start to develop. PKHIIM'S yoli are oiii? ol' lliose fortunate iinliviilual!* wlio have never been ill. If )*o, you liavp gis'cii llic mailer of iiiciJical care lilllo thoiiglit. Here's hojiing thai illiii^ss never (iverlakcs you or aiiy of ihe members of your fuiTiily. Hut if it Joes, you should be prepared. Wiiat pliysician vvoulil you cull? Where would you lake his prcscripiioiisV K»tul)li.sh your family physician now. Prompt atlcnlioii to minor ailments often prevents long, serious illncs-'c^. When you find it necessary to consult him, depend on Ub lo fill hisjjrescripllons promplly. Estherville Drug Co. "The Corner Drug Store" OUT ODB WAT Demo Candidates to Iowa pes Moines i;P)—Ttiree candidates for the democratle' presidential nomination will come to Des Moines soon to contact Iowa delegates. Senator Richard Russell of Georgia is expected within the next two weeks. The others are W. Avereil Harrlman of New York and Senator Rohert Kei r of Oklahoma. .Mro M M Hi.iilihaw .Mrs .«*.' n.'* Her-'^li'ff iiad .It 'lin M-nrtee :ii tended fvinei.il ri .rvite* f,i Mi'. Grov. r Newli.n :il Sphlt Ijik. r>n Thur.sday aftiiiuHni. May 17 Mlf.'» Mrtbel Toiie ^on riturm.l !» her home at l >i s .Mmni s .-<iinil iv evening after alieiulini: tli. le.-u Iin>;e of her r\let-,., Mus M .tiiivh Torresoti. and Oiiia.' I'.UIm.m MIS \\'a \'ni' Kieh;it,l, Mi .-le.d Mrs, f, I, Tot reioo niotori .1 t.'j l.lotAiln, N'!-. M.iti,l;i\ jni .iair.t; 1.-] hilh^ Stanley Ve'.int Iwliw fi .".M| the \*eler;il^'s ho-pit'll wh»re he | had been a suii;ii:il I'llleiit Mi« ; Torreson st:iye*l to aeeoni|>uo\ Mi-* j Yoiini;. who w-i- hii.iii;ht In an ambulanre on Tue»d.i\ i Ml ami Mrs It S Kv,in «iin of | l.„'n>mon, S 1». miiveil Moii,l;\\ :,f : ternoon for a shoii visit uilh Mi'* K\:inson's eousins. Chest,- T IViul'-on Mrs Alt SkatlelhV Mri .loha Oml es and Ml»« Anderson. Tie v le tinned home W'ednrsd.iy aftt i noon. Mr and Mrs Ail Skatlel>o ent,r- talneil at ilinnei Monti.iC t veniiiK for ,\tr. and Mrs K S l\\anson. MIS AVIS I'aiilson ninl (Ml.in,I Mi and Mis Chestei Anit<isoi> v^, 1 wien Andi'rson, Mr atui .Mis I'lo^ ter Paulson. l^.'i\iil .'in,l WaNii,- Miss tidella .And-rson and ^^l anil Mrs. John Oiiiles Pfr Ponnld I 'ltelMlM .inued Monday morning. Mav 'Jfi, to spi-nd a .llVday liirlough with his |>iii.nls, Mr and Mrs. Oso-ir Peterson He liiiH been statloni'd In .lapat^ and Korea. Mis William Snillev of San An tonlo. Tex . will make her lionie with hi'r sister, Mrs Kmmet Holf sen, as her hiishand, Sfe Smiley i \ peets to he sent to Geimanv The North lown Asphalt I'o of Ali:ona eoinplet,il their )i >b of oiling all the streets here .Satiinlas PETERSniRG nirthdxv fvlrhrutioii Ml \I ir i.- S! .ini> I. k 1 , It .'n<- t >|.i ,in MI.* I.\:. 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I 1 ,-1 n heme in I '.iii.o ,.1 ,1 ml. . . eoiif 11 II. il Ion Mr in.l Ml* \ . i ion iMnit ..-i ii. till' 11..11.1 j.innt-. ef (\ t'lh^ t'oi n l'"ii.lii\ m .Tok^i'ii I'l., lilt', lad W -1-' hoin on i.r. 'i! ,r.i*'.li * I .OI1I.' IL.M'k's SMh hirthilav .iiini , V,'l ^.11 v 1 Til.' 4 H l-.om. 1. ,.11,11111. -. i;li !" I met at 111. s. li,i..| M .e.il .iN iifl. . I noon with .Mi^. I-l.iv.l to j-.t ntii' | i'<t 1.11 theli pi.ij.-eli. f..l tllH 11 j Th.. 4 H Klili' Il i\'l. 't to Iteij... r, ' Miimlav nlK>.' .iml I""! their first j kill'en tiall ^:.inie_ I.i the Itei>.:»nj gllH .1 .1111. , 1', 111 II 1 l.ll,« .Nhls. II I Ai.lm I'oviitir t'hurh'* S-»niiisoni and l.oiii.. (IN.iM wiie i -.infii iii .-.l ' Siimtav iiuiinlnn at the tnlon .Stat. ' I.ln.' l.iilheian , htiieh i K>th.r\lllf, lima. I>sill> Thiirs.. .him- .*.. lH.Vi 'A CUTTING WIDTH IS ONLY THE BEGINNING The Dearborn-Wood Bros. Combine Has Extra Capacity Throughout Too olten the si/c ol a cuiiihiiic it jiulu''*! I'V it». width of rut. Artuiilly, if the if»l ii( llio luiitliiiie cuii'l keep up witli it, luttirin wnltti iiieuiiH little. Capacity PLUS With the 6-foot Dciirhorii-Wdoil llios. Comliine yrni cover (icrenge .nnd Ri-t dcim I'.iiim f.ist! Thiil'ti be- ciiusc there's never Jiiiy liiu in ciittiiiK. thrculiiitg, rIcnniiiK nnil HepntatiiiK. D.ilaiiccd dcsiKii peiinitu you to liiindle the liciivii-»t »'iops. Tlien, too, ilriiw keeps iTloviiiK in o riipirl, steiidy How , . . the bjn wulkor-type straw taik sees to that The outstnndiiiK peifomiamc ol this coniljine is made pos.siljlc by its desmti. Why not plan lo inll on us next time you're in town iiiid Iciiiii mote til>oiit the Dearboin-Wood Hius. Coinhiric und wimt it tan do for you! P.T.O. or Engine Drive The Df'iirbiirn-Wood Hios Coinbine in lUailable with eillier the powerful Ford FaiiiiiiiK Knuiiie or A.S.A,Ii. .Standurd F.T.O. diivc-bin oi baKnec ly])c. • Get Proof... Ask For A Demonstration DRASTIC Reductions as our SALE Continues Smith Tractor & Implement Co. KstlHTville, luwa ri.N.NV iUSI.S'l'IKH 'You'll h «v« tQ txeut* my hu«b«n<iU .H4'» a plumber and likti hit ttaak crisr);* due to Popular Demand S«iulh Sixth Street K ,Htlu 'rvillt% loHu

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