Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 10, 1952 · Page 8
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

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Briefs in Xho. NOMS Local Drum Corps Gets Invitatioti to Afiiiatennial The Esthcrvilic Drum ntul J;ii);l. corps hns hocn homiri'd «i(h iiii Invltntion to p.-iiticipnlo in llic annual MlnnoiipiiliH Aq\i;ili'nni!il. In i letter rt'ccivi'd lod.ij-. Atniati-rmi il officials pointed out tluit ll'c iv.'nt has bpccunc " HO bi^: tliiit tlu' toni mlttoo in <h;ir/,'<' lu-vn fi>ii.'<i to pick units to tiiltc p :M t in its rade by invitiiiion only. Tli<> rom mittce wishes to cxt'juJ .-in Invil.i tlon to the Esthei villi- lliiini .iiui Bugle corps sis one of the units ;i feels Is qualirii'd to p.'irlii-ip.'ile in the Aquntcnnidl parade." Tlii' I' cal drum corps will held a pr.ietie- session tomorrow niKli' nl H (i()"r,( (ind nt the nicetlnff will decide un whether it ciin accept the invitation. Details of its aiipearance in (I Now Ultn. Minn., ccleliration al so will he discussed. Insurance Adjusfor.s Mci't A total of 125 capital stuck insurance fieldmcn, .idjuslois ai\(l their wives will attend a nieetins; of the Iowa Fire Undcrwi iters as soclation on Thursday of tlii.>^- week at Templar Park, Spirit Uike. Tlii.^ meeting will he followed by a meit- Ing of the lowu Fire J'revcniion association. On Friday niornini.r. the Iowa Pond of the Blue Goose will hold Its nieclint; to he foUou- ed with a dance Friday ninhl.: .\!i)lon Madsrn. :'.*<. UinKsi • d, anil F'hyllis Veld.lie Hansen, l!'. Kmt; sled. Finctl lor Spct-dinji; F. .Steven of Alcona w is lined SU) and eosts aftrr !»• iil.'adi il guilty to speeding in Maytn f>;in HOw.-ird'.s court today. IMovc to Seoul Ciini|) Mr, and Mrs. Harold I'.itriik have moved to ti-.e Prairie C.olil area eanip on Lake Okolioji west of Gull jioint to direct liey sroul ae- tivilies ai tlie eamp for llie siuii- nie,'. Poslponc Kllsworth Medina The regular monthly nieetitig >.f the Kllsworth Farm Bureau to have been held .at the Sluart Hu!- terfield home I'^ritiay has been e.'ill- ed off. Members ale asked In ilis regard the po.st c.-iids lln-y li.ave leeeived In the nuiii. Family LivinR iMeetiiiK The Emmet township r ''anuly Living will meet at the home of Mrs. A. H. Schultz on Thursday .<.i 1:45 p. m. for a pot-luck picnic. Everyone is to In ing a covered dish, their own dislx 'S and silve-. Movies will he shown by Chuule Timmlns. PMA Sells Slorod Corn All of the corn in the round government bins at the Estherville liin site has been sold it was announced today by PMA chairman Nels Chrislensen" Since April the PMA has sold 35,125 bushels of corn at from $1.75 to .$1.76 a bushel. Criiri.s- tensen said. Most of the corn has gone to the Golden Sun and Honey- mead, Inc. The corn was VMS crop bought in 1948, 1919 and 1950. Tlie rest, 34.000 bushels, is stored in quonset-type storage bins and Chrlstensen said that it will he sold soon. Khvaniau.s Tall" ball Baseball was the chief topic of conversation at the regular Tues<lay meeting of the Kiwanis club tod.-iy. Red Sox managi'r. Gus Freeman, discussed tile personn.il of the team and pros/u'cts ior ilie ehih this season. Pr. Norman Hng- tiv w.as in charge of the i)rograni. Fredl^arsons Jr., was n gue.sl of Lester McCleary. SCAN TV, SKK I'OTATOKS. .lohn Lublnsky. of Cleveland, O, shows the 2,'i iKMioii .s o( pouitoe.s that go with every tclovKslon set he sell.s. Lublnsky says he buy.s the scarce tubers for $20 a bag. So far. bi''s had many Inquiries, few sales. Attend Welfare Seliool Ruth .Myii, A. T, Bringle and H. G. Dougherty will attend a meeting of the northwest chapter of the Iowa Welfaie association at the Cobblestone Inn al Storm Lake Thurs- c'jiy. Speaking will be Mrs. Eliabeth Palmer, director of the children's division of the low.-i .state bo.-ir<l or control; L. H. Ladd. superintendent of the state juvenile home al Toledo; an<i Miss Throckmorton, ease worker iit the Olen- wood state sebool. There are bands on mo.st scales whic'h .are mueii like rings, dark bands indicating ters, when food is short. fish tree win- "Gaol." prison is tile old English term pronounced "jail." Fiddlers' Birllulay Party Des .Moines (/Pi About 100 fiddlers of old time mu.-ic will galhc'- ,at the home of F. L. Davis in West Des Moines Sunday for the annual Fid<ilers birthday p.aity. The event has been held every yeai since IfloO except during the war. Burns Prove Fatal Battle Creek, lu. (/PI—Funeral Kr^rvlces were to be held today for Don Laurenzen, 29, gasoline station owner who died of burns suffered when his clothing wn,s Ignited by a spark while he was woiking on a repair job. » X, Baked in Kstliervllle — Sold In Estherville by HAROLD'S PASTRY SHOP Rogci's Horiishy Fired Today as BroMiis' Manager St. Louis. .hin(.' 10 lyi'i Rogers Hornsby was fired today as manager of the St. Louis Browns by owner Bill Veock and Marty Marion was immediately named to replace him. V'ei^ck, In making the announcement through the Browns' front office here, said he was relieving Hornsby for the good of the club. Hornsby had a three-year contract with the Browns for which Veeck made a settlement with him, the terms of which were not announced. Hornsby took over the Browns this season after managing the a "attle club to a Pacific Coast league chamnionshlp last year. Vii'ck. who flew east last night because lu' was tired of "worrying about the ball club by n^nioto control," took the action In Boston. There had been persistent reports th.at Hornsby and Veeck were not seeing eye to I'ye'. Veeck said today he thought he had [licked the right man but he obviously had bi>en wrong and was admit),lng his mistake. He singled out no particular instance which led him to make the move. "Ilcll No" Ballot Is Ruled Void Los Angeles. June 10 (.T'l—Thc national labor relathms board ha •, thrown out a ballot marked "hell no" in an election among employes of till' National Screw and Manufacturing Co. The election was tj determine whether the employes should Join the CIO united auto workers union. The workers voted against unionization 63 to 30, nor counting the "hell no" vote, which the NLRB suld It considered a "defacement." Iowa Liotm Clubs To Elect Governors Clinton, la., Juno 10 </Pi Now district governors of Iowa Lions clubs were to bo elected at the Lions state convention here this afternoon. The convention opened last night with a dinner for Harold P. Nutter, president of Lions Intcrnation- ul. Harry Seward of Marahalltown, was guest speaker at a breakfast which preceded business sessions today. The ancient Romans considered May an unlucky and June a lucky month for weddings. 11:30 I), m. All Seats 55c ..IT'LL Bp A NIGHT OF , <m?miB f,H^ +10R ROft ; FRIDAY THE i ^tt, \ ,,AAlDP<3HTSUouy. Charles LAUGHTON-BorisKARLOFf Sally FORREST* Richard STAPLEY Awarded Scholarships Waterloo, la. (JP> —Scholarship? worth $650 each have been awarded by the Carnation company scholarship foundation to three students In the Waterloo area. Thev are Ila Beth Larson, 20, of Water- EsthervUIe, Iowa, Dally News Tucs., June 10, 1952 8 loo; Joell lone Melnders, Cedar Falls, and Douglas Heiber, 19, Waterloo. NOW THRU THURSDAY More thrills I *Tht SIredcar Shulll.' •Skating in C«nlral Park' STARRJN& FREDfflIRE VERA-ELLEN • MARJORIE MAIN KEENAN WYNN 7 new song smashes available in the M-G-M Records Album! PLUS: COLOR CARTOON "GHOST OF A TOWN" SPECIAL: "SECOND SIGHT" LATEST PARAJIOUNT NEWS 5 $25 .00000 ONLY A "PEW DAYS LEFT! I r? Unbelievable values at. this Sale Price. Ihnry lor youva. They wtjii'l knv^ at tlii.s. HOUSECOATS ^-f ^^ffg^^l^ ^ , , .. *" ,;, II ,1 I .. '1 -I ^ DRESSES Nationally advertised. In a wide variety of styles, fabrics and colors. Values +o $18.95 Last. AW 0^' suns values to 00 SPORT SHIRTS Reg. S^-^^ Reg. $1.19 PLASTIC APRONS . „ V « AU VV««^ SWEATERS CttOlCK Price Se* of ^ tUMBUERS Vtilues to 0 44 Washable Cottons. Dresses for the hot s 11 m m e r months. Actual values in ihis gvoup to $7.95. CHOICE Reg. $3.98 Size-U-Mallc Seamprule SLIPS 32 to 44 CRYSTAL Reg. $2.98 FABRIC GLOVES $<|00 Reg. $1.98 HYIOH PAHJiES • 4 T 5-6-7 $^24 8S Reg. Cotton PAJAMAS$^44 NYLON SUPS ^^ I— $563.20 FREE IN PRIZES! 1. S-pc. Blond BEDROOM SUITE 239.50 3. 5-piece CHRO»IE DINETTE 99.50 3. BirkUne PLATFORM ROCKER 69.95 4. MAPLE DESK and CHAIR 59.95 5. BLOOMFIELD DRESS 29.95 6. 40-pieceVS£T OF DISHES 25.50 7. T>vo Phil-Mar TABLE LAMPS 21.90 8. Mirror Back SHADOW 30X 16.95 *| ^^^^^^ favorn^ Vote ^i ;^;?o »frv^«^"' ^^^^ i^: Mitts Patsy Jo Il«ed MIHS Alma Hockett Mrs. LeRoy Morriot Mrs. Kuy Athoy Mrs. Grovnr Barbt^r Mn. Rex Riicrgs Mrs. Jake lllJes Mrs. Jcromu Vaiiluou Mrs. Joo Nelson Mrs. Daniel Scott Mrs. Harlan Askeiaml Mrs. Marian Nelson Mrs. Lewis Valen "Reg. rURSES CHOICE *4 '.leg Reg. Reg. Keg< $3M $5W Reg. $9.95 NYLON SLIPS 1^88 "Reg. $21.8C 53-Piece Set of DISHES $15.00 ^ T PlIONIi 89 Garden 6th ESTHERVILLE, IQWA; i; : ..>... „. >•. k ^1 ..... ^^^^ ^. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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