Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 9, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, June 9, 1952
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I Minkler Will Receive Master's Degree * * * Raymond Mlnklor. loinifr Instrumental music tpuchcr at Estii- irvllle, FDCelvod his Master of Mu ale degrc at the Minneapolis col- lego of music Friday evening. Mr. MInklcr received his B. S. at Drake university In Des Moines m 1936. He has taken part of h'.s work on his master's degree at Northwestern university at Evan- aton, 111., and the remainder at Minneapolis. He is to be supervisor of music, both i^a 'cal and Instrumental, at the newly built Mlnnetonka high school, Excelsior, Minn. The building waa erected at a cost of $1,666,000 and will be ready for occupancy this fall.' MrSj Mlhklcj- la the former Imogene-'Knutsen, daughter of Mrs. H. M. Knutscn. Georgia Hoffman is home after spending a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weber of Dolllver. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sheldon vW- ited last week at Oklahoma City with tl»e latter's sister, Mrs. Norrls. Mr. and' Mnt. Wayne Wogon left yesterday afternoon for Flint, Mich., whcrtf they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wogen. Mr. and Mra. Charles Dawson and Mrs. Maurice Eveleth and chlldro^ motored to Lake Par't yesterdijy (Sf^qfl ..all. day outing. Mr. and Mr*. Prank Rodger, Marlone and Barroll returned yesterday from a vacation trip which took them as far west at Cheyenne, Wyo. They spent most of their time in Colorado where they stopped at Boulder, Denver, and Colorado Springs. At Colorado Springs they saw the George Bales. They also visited Estcs Park, Pikes Peak, Win Rodgers Shrine, Garden of the Gods, the zoo at Colorado Springs,' and many other points oi" Intercet. Sir. and Mrs. Barney Rosttnow and Mr. and Mra. Carl Rosonow attended graduation exercises at Iowa City Friday morning. Lillian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosenow, was a member of the graduating class of the university. She graduated "with honors and will teach the science courses this fall at Guthrie Center high .•school. June, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Barney Rosenow, also la a student at the university. Both girls returned home with their parents for the summer. .Air. and .AIr <t. .loseph Orvis and Nancy Sykes of .\lh«Tt I.ra c»»"- Marlon loft rarly this morning foe Altadena, Calif., to visit their dau- ghlei and sister. Mrs, Eleanor Nelson and famll.v. They p ,xpect to be Konp until mid-August. Honorary Degree to Hoover Reno, Nov. (^»—Former President Herbert Hoover, a native of WeA' Branch, la., will receive an honorary doctor of law degree from the University of Nevada, the university's regents voted Saturday. Vt Holy Family Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Aiigiistlni of Bancroft are parent.s of n son born Siiturday, Sir. and .Mrs. Theodore Winter of Gracttlnger are parents of a daughter born Saturday, Mr. and Sirs. Ben Huntley of Dol­ llver are parents of a .son born Saturday. Aannn Aanonson of KsthervHIe was admitted Saturday for medical care. Stg\id Orlnde of Esther\1lle entered the hospital Saturday for medical care. Ellzab <>th Boll of Swea Oty vms admitted Saturday for medical care. Dunne Olson of Esthervllle entered the hospital Saturday for a tonsillectomy. rhllUp Thompson of Fenton wan admitted Saturday for a tonsillectomy. Mr. and Mrs. John Wlbben of kota are parents of a son born yesterday. Wilbur Thomd,Vko of Esthervllle waa admitted ye.sterday for medical care. Robert Krusj- of Esthor\'iilo entered the hospital .vesterday for medical care. Mrs. Matilda .lohnson of Gniot- tlnger was admitted yesterday for medical care. Dismissals Saturday were Mrs. Clyde Wilson of Esthervllle, surgery; Mrs. Marlln Hcerdt of Rlng- stcd, surgery; Mrs. Robert Hanson of Esthervllle, surgery; Dewalne Doughty of Esthervllle, medical; Mrs. Cuyler Peterson of Rlngsted, medical; Joseph Sherman of Es­ thervllle, medical; Elmer Weisbrod of Fenton, medical; Andrew Jacob sen of Graettlnger, medical: Sandra and Kathryn Hoidecker of Wnll- ingford, tonsillectomies; Ouano Chrlstensen of Esthervllle, tonsillectomy; Mrs. Richard Parka of Emmetsburg, surgery; Grant Croner of Esthervllle, surgery. Disniissuls yesterday W<TO Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and baby boy of Esthervllle; Mrs. Clarence Kurtz and baby girl,Esthervllle; Mrs. Edward Demers of Tcrril, medical; Duane Olson of Esthervllle, tonsillectomy; Phillip Thompson of Fenton, tonsillectomy; Martin Sampson of Esthervllle, surgery; Mrs. Theodore Opsal of Armstrong, surgery; Mrs. Harold Sawyer of Esthervllle, surgery. • la.«t night to spend this week with .Mary Ann Vedder. .Mr. and Mrs. Clarono*- Alhrandt Wsiled Inst night at the, home of MIS, Mae Wlfson. Sirs. Ed Carey and .lohn are viv iting for a week with her mother. .Mr.H. Emma Thornburg of Piasant- vllle, Sir. and Mrs. Loon Odogaard ot Hutchins<m. Minn,, and Mr. and .Irs, .Martin Anderson of Arm- •(trong were Sunday guests at til Tom Ruckman home. Mr. and Mrs. Claronre Juhl and Denny and Shirley Valen left this morning for a two weeks' vncatlon at Fort Stevens, Ore,, where they will visit A/3c Arvln R. Juhl, who la stationed there. They also expect to visit at Enumclnw, Wash,, with Mrs, Juhl's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Eoklund and daughter Fern of Aiken, Minn., were overnight visitors Friday at tlie home ol Mra. KcKiuna s o.oti.- er-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Stoery. They were en route home from Baton Rouge, La., where they had gone to attend the wedding of their daughter, Marie. Mr. and airs. Ed Zilterich i»t Oraottlnger vlslt<><l yesterday at the homo of Ml. and Mrs. Toni Thornburg. atr. and Mrs. Ri«K<>r Shonkwitcr and Mr. and Mra, Lowell Johnson enjoyed a week end flshlns trip at Leech lake and Harkensark, Minn, Thoy reported fishing to be good Mr. and !\Irs. Ira Swarti and Mrs. Edith Lair have returned from Spooner, Wis., where they at tended a Swarti family reunion. They also visited with other, frlen da and relatives, Sir. and Mrs. Tod Mlrhaelsnn and nine children of Montolth hove been visiting friends ond relatives here this paat week. Thursday thov were guests of Mr. Michaelson s brother and slster-ln-Inw, Mr. am! Mrs. Olaf Mlchaelson and family. • Wins Marble Tourney Fort Dodge (^)—Vcrn Alexander, 14, son of Mr. and Mra, Vern Alexander of Fort Dodge, has won the state marbles tournament for the second straight year and will compete in the national tournament at Durham, N, C„ June 26-28. He defeated Rlchaid Bltitner, 14, Fort Dodge, three games to two in the finals here Saturdn.v. "Hot Flashes Stopped" or strikingly relieved in 63-t0%* of cotat in doclort' t«ttt • If you're miserable from the "hot flashes," and accompanying irritable, restless feelings of "change of life" — you may be suffering unnece.ssarllyf •For ... in tesi's by doctors . . . Lydla Plnkham's Compound and Tablets brought relief from such functionally- caused suffering to 63% and 80% (respectively) of the women tested I Complete or striking relief! Yes! Research has proved these medicines thoroughly viodern in action . . . has shown you where to look for relief from dlstres.slng. nervous, "out of sorts" feelings of mld-llfe "change"! So ... get Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound—or new. Improved Tablets with added Iron! (.Wonderful, too, for the functionetl pains of menstrual periods.) « It Mrta (hrouKh K witmiin*il •ympalhetlr nerrouN Hyiilt'm fiPHMH '*> relieve dlHtrrwi flf IhoM awful "hut w*Tni"l Court Reporters Nnnie New Officers Council Bluffs, la., June 9 i/Pk- Weslev O. Hart of Cnmliria Is the new prealdent of the Iowa Shorthand Reporters aasociation. He was elected yesterday at the annual meeting of the court rei>or- ters group, which attracted about 20 Iowa court reporters. Hart succeeds Cyril Hoseley of McGregor. Other officers named: Warren E. Beach, Des Moinea, first vice president; William Stanton, Des Moin­ ea, second vice president; Dick Tedrow, Sioux City, secretniy-trea' surer. 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