Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 10, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 10, 1952
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Personal Mention Visiting Here from Almka "Mrs. Lydla Fnhn Hansen of Kair. banks. Alaska, is visiting her sisters, Cecil and Alpha Jacoljson and other relatives hero. She traveled by Car on the Alcnn highway and after receiving honors at the Iowa State college she will return to Alaska by plane. Mrs. Hansen has lived Ifi Alaska tor 27 years and Is associated with thi> college in extension work. Miss 'Murian Jnr\iM spont tho week end with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jarvis and Richie. Mr. and Mrs. Cf«HirK<' Greener of San Diego, Calif., visited the Inst part of the week with Harold Bacon and family. Mr. and Jlrs. Iru .Swurtz and Mrs. Bdlth Lair returned a week ago from a trip to Amery, Wis., where they attended a family reunion of Mrs, Swartz' relatives and not Mr. Swartz' as stated In yesterday's Daily News. Mra Mae J»ck.^on and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mauck will go to Ames Friday to attend graduation exercises for Mrs. Jackson's son, Charles. Charles is graduating from Iowa State college where he has majored in science. - The Bcv. and Mrs. Xonncth Fo- gclman, Mrs. Emmet Bradshaw, Miss Vera Ringham and Dorothy Wood are on a trip through the West and North. Tbey are visiting In Porttand,- Ore., with Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Emorick. They will also tour the Black Hills and the state of lA^ashington. Roy Brady is in charge of the Rev, Fogelman's duties while ho Is absent. r <i. J. .1. KUIen and MUI , Donald, and woman friend of Minneapolis came Saturday for a visit at the Qlenn Crook. Rose Bolty and Hilda Shrlner homes. They rotumod to Minneapolis Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kelton IloutH and daughter. Suzanne, arrived from Iowa City today to spend a few days at the homo of Mrs. Houts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. Mrs. John Sevems of \A>% Angeles, her daughter, Mrs. William F. SIcrt and daughter of Omaha arrived Saturday afternoon for a visit with Mrs. Severn's mother, Mrs. Mima Wertz. They were joined for Sunday dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Willis W-et-tz and Barbara of Oruver, Mrs. Russell Haar and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schendell of Dunnell. Mr. and Mrw. Donald Bradbury and sons, Donald and Hmrry, left Friday for their home In Alhambra, Calif., after visiting here with relatives. Mr. Bradbury, In partnership with four brothers, owns and operates a large food market at Alhambra. In honor of their visit a family dinner was given Wednesday at the Gene Bolty home. Those present were the Bradbury family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crook, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bonstead of Graettinger, Mrs. Rose Bolty, Glen and Joan, Mrs. John Stockfleth of Walnut Grove, Minn., Mrs. M. J. Birmingham, Jean and Tommy and her friend and two daughters of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Paulson and Cindy, Mrs. Hilda Shriner and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Solty, Allen, Paula and Roger. During my convalescence Dr. John Phillips will reopen my office and carry on my practice. Dr. L. L. Sharp Office in Robinson Bldg. Office Phone 1681 Mr. and Mm. .To<- Hatliuid attended funeral 8er \ices at Spicer, Minn., yesterday for Mr. Hntland's uncle, Jacob Fcelnnd. En route honv? they stopped at Willmar. Minn., to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Oli^on. Mr. and Mm, Moyd E. Stockdale and Mr. and Mrs. John Stockdale returned lost night from Northfield, Minn., where they attended the commencement exercises of Oarlcton college. Their son and brother, Jerome, was a member of the graduating clo-ia and returned home with his family. Mm. 1), R. Alexander and Mrs. Florence Smith returned Saturday from a vacation trip to the Black Hills and the Badlands of South Dakota. They accompanied their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayden of Mollne, 111., who arc vacationing here. Norma Jean Saundeni of Butt<<r- fleld, Minn,, was a visitor last week nt the home of Mrs. Edna Helen. Her parents drove to Ksthcrvlllo Sunday to have dinner with Mrs. Hoien and take their daughter back home. Mrs. Anna Hoion of Ringstcd was a guest from Thursday to Saturday at the homo of Mrs. Hoien, also. >tr. and Mra, Bernard Bumn, Margaret and Mary Walsh attend cd the graduation exercises of St. Joseph's Mercy school of nursing Sunday at Sioux City. The Burns' daughter. Sister Elizabeth Mary R. S. M. received her diploma of nursing, winning the second highest scholastic honors in her cla/is. Their niece, Betty Ann Walsh of Emmetsburg received her diploma in x-ray technology. Also attending were Joe Burns ot Omaha and other relatives from Emmetsburg and Spencer. At Holy Family Hospital Mr. and slnt. Diuuio lUchard ot Esthcrvllie are parents of a s bom yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. M«>lvin I>nuck of Whlttomorc arc parents ot a son born yesterday. Janicm Dohcrty of nuiinell was admitted yesterday for surgical treatment. Kyan Hoffnioyer of Estliorville entered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Mrs. Anna Miclicliton of Walltiig- ford was admitted yesterday for medical care. 3Im. George I.,eBore of KninietK- burg entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Mar}- Bredl>org of Duiuiell MSN admitted yesterday for medical care. Alvin Sweet of K«Hier\llle eiiti-r- cd the hospital yesterday for medical care. JunieM Jt^sen of Dolllver wu* admitted yesterday for a tonsillectomy. Terry Seott of Maple 11111 entered the hospital yesterday for a tonsillectomy. Joe and Laura Van Horn uf Ks- PRE-INVENTORY Lace Table Cloths 72 X 90 299 Terry .Wash Clofhs I doz. One Large Rack tddies' Cotton HoHse Dresses Values to 3.98 188 6 for Dish Cloths 45 Pair Men's Dress Trousers y ^Price Seersucker Tuxedo Blouses Sizes 32 to 38 169 Chenille Bedspreads /4 Price Soua colors and Solid Colqr Multl Floral hol4s 6,garments FAR.MEKS PREVENT EVICTION. Deputy Sh.-riff IJonal.i K. Reedy of Lapeer county, l-ajH-er. Mkh . is pinnnl (cniund by ii group of farmers at height of row which biokc out wh«n KO.MIV tried to assist Sheriff Clark Gregory In attempt to eviot an lUUilv widow. Trouble broke out when fnrmor.s n«.xt rnliUil at (arm anil forcibly prevented Gregory and Reedy from ^il TVIUK papoiH tir.i- ory was also punimelcd, background. ther\ille were admitted yesterday for tonsillectomies. Glnnyce Olson of EM-horviUe entered the hospital yesterday for n tonsillectomy. DlKmiasals yentcj-day were »lm. Henry Nelson and imby boy ot Cj'l- Indcr; Mrs. Charles Allen and baby boy of Dolllver; Mrs. Ben Huntley and baby boy of Dolllver; Mrs. Maynard Oleson and baby girl of Maple Hill; Charles Hanson of Es- thervllle, surgery; Sig Grlnde of Esthcrvllie, medical. Improved Air Service Planned for Des MoineK Des Moines, Juno 10 l/P)—Additional castbound and westbound passengor-mail-cargo servcie out of Des Moines will be placed In effect June 16 by United Air lines, It was announced today by Glenn Evers, district sales manager. Evers said a now non-stop aflcr- buslness flight to Chicago will be added, permitting travelers to leave here at 6:10 p. m. (CST) dally and arrive in Chicago Just after the dinner hour. Improved morning con\muter service to Omaha will bo provided by a flight leaving here tit 9 a, m. dally except Sunday. Federal Jury Iiidicls ForiiK'i- Senale (ioiiiisel WaohttiKlon. .hiiM- 10 A loti eritl gr;ini1 Jury tod.iy Imllrtiil CharlcH K. Sliiivi r on rhuiK<'« ncrepttiij; S.'I.IOO In f. . H In pUHli eu«e8 bifuii' t;"^''"!'"!''"' ii»;eiirli s while he wn.s COUIIM 1 lot tin m'H Uto KrOllll ljUHlttr.'-.H SMln-tilunilttrt'. Wlndin); up un lnv< .stiKiilion which Btartnl Inut Frliruiii v. tin- grand jury Indutiil tlii..- a:. soclatoH of Shaver Thiy «iri' ac cuffod of aldlnK the (lll(•^;»^lly un lawful deal .M. Shaver wan cliarKod on II <c)Mnl i In three Indlrtmcnta, with vlnlallnn II federal law whirh piolijl)il« any government I'niploye frnm incept Ing con>pensiiltnn to ri-prr«i'in out side p.artloH before Kovcrnini'nl an encioH in any niiitttr tii whieh the government Is liitin 'Htrd Hhuver faces n total oi IIONHIMI- mivxiniuin prnally .if ye.ii.M In prlNon and $110,000 In fines, ni both, it convii'tid lIv )wi'V <T, nuiM mum Honleiui-.s are rarely Inipo-iid Otlu'rH Indicli'd alouk; with Khay «r were Leonard H. Cooper of Ml ami. Jeioiiie H. Weinkle, .Miiiii'i ottorncy, imd Ituyniond Loputka, Chicago attorney. Prisou(*r Eu€ls AlUDay Perch .loll, t 111 . .Iiino 10 .T A S'lat.- yiUe prison I 'onMot eniliil an nll- (l.iy ptTv h un a Kirilcr ftl fi'rl nb<iye the prl.ton'n menK h.ill yestonlsy after Uu- prlNon ehnplnin ronvlnecj hlu\ he Hhoulit come d**wu. MarxhnI! I'nrllle. 2,V xhlnnl*^! tip a Ktr;\ni pipi- while prinoners weie entlnit breakfast He ie.tclii><l n rafter directly under thi- mcjin ImllV class iwif and t*unt- iOK Biianln For more than nine hours he iKnored K«nr»ls' oiilcru to come down luit finallx obeyed the renue .^it of thi- ch ,»plnin. Uev. .ler- \'.\sc Brtnkman. nnd nUd down the .^tcnni pipe Warden JoReph K. UMKI'U »»II1 Pnrllle lolii htm he wan nnsry aSnut a deciflon In Sunday'ii t'hi- crtRo While Sox-WftshlnKlnii Senator!! hnsclKill imnie In Wajthlnglon ItuKen said 1'artlle waj) xeekinit publlolly I'nrllle. of Chlcajjo. In Ketxlng Itt years to life for nrmetl rohliery Me wrtK sentenciHl to Slntcville h \«t Au- m,m There wnn one ndviinlnne to the old-dtyle wall telephones The Rain had to quit talking when Ihrtr lee* gave out. nii.«<U app^Am In ^^.ll<l^.)( »• i in i , i thB «iirtd throuRt. r<«« col(>r«d Flntht'TViU*', Inwa, D K II J NnfTS Klnwe,. hut with Mf>,).l «ho- rrr«. Turi.. Jlltlf 10. 1932 S lie lU'lirvc NO HEARING AID need sell for more than $75 GUARANTEE If •oy'|JOO''He «rinR Aid IN Yot« O PINION (n may way outpeifarmi « J75 Zenith, Yom MONrv B ACIC {mmirr tmr ini«m<iitiMml in-dj^i rttmm l»r$fiUg«)~Y'i''J.^"^ THE SOLt JttKVt Uime ('ottdMellon Itexlce* i «viiU*hl«> at mmlrrMh> mm Esllicrville Drii^ Co. "Your CorihT nnii: .Ston«" NOKTIIKKN LU.MBKK CO. Machinery Finance Plan QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT Yon ran now Iniy your rnrm ma- rhinory on our (innnw plniu As lo^v as 27y% down, HalaiH'e over 21 inontliB. Our iiiten'Hl charge is rejn;iilar hank rate. No intorent rhnrged until niNchine in u<icd. Northern Lumber Co. Implement Department It's a Slieetaeular nual^llan^fo Performer! ONLYFOIiriAC GIVES ^YOU THIS MMi-fAjfOC COMBINATIONI M«w, Mora Powttul HfgJi'CemprwMlon l^gbwl M«w OtMif-ltana* Hf4rm-HM* Drhn* Hmw High Pmrformantm itonomy Avi>«~ We have in our showrooint the drcatenC Pontlac saleHman In America—the ftreat new I'ontlac itttcif, waiting for you to take the wheel and drive U yourself! We want you to put this car throujb Ita paces—tttepplnft alonfl nimbly in TrafAc Kange or j^lidlnft over the mileft in Cruising Range. You'll quid£ly discover that this Dual-Range* performer gives yOu wonderful new fun In every mile and wonderful new mileage from even gaJloo oi iaaoUMfQO |nfr. We fc4 ^i »ure you'll And that Pontlac gHrc« you everything yoti want most In a car— dlHtlnctive beauty; Body by Flahert easygoing big-cir ride; wonderful dependability. And remember, Pontlac la a grear value— oae of tlie lowent priced car* you can buy. Comf on in and get the factii and Sgurae. »OpiUmal at ttiia rati. KH>ttfmt»t, «•#«•• iimt^ »M tat>hti 'a <A«nt* mlihmu montt. Dollar for l>ollar yvna cawit beat a. ROBINSON MOTORS 801 Ontral Avenue, &tthcrviUe« lowm ktkktA.^*^*^**.*^*^*^^!, . vs*.. .. . .

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