Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 11, 1952 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 11, 1952
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" ^ TO smw^ MOHEY I )"n't !»-t ;ifish'''<l\ tell \i,u F ;illi**r's I >a_\ r#»rji«*s im]\ onr»- a y#'ar! I'w.r il.-iil h.i> lii*. i:\ KH\ 'la> Hhfii it roni .s to brineine horiif thf ti.i' ''H. Ttiat's why ym ran niakr* »'\»'ry day nior** plfD ^int I'.r tlu- hf-ail man hy stioppins at MfJl KITSK.V & K.XI I>>i;.N >i. nh-Ti- jt.ii artiially sav.- nionpy \iliile you're buy- in; th.- lost fiKi .l. A;V.-.V . Fr^-r;, TM.r^roRV COFFEE DKI, MO.VTK PEAS BRIARDAI.K CORN GVAHAM-CRACKERS Bni.ARDAI.f:—PREP AKKD MUSTARD CREA.MKTTK MACARONI so FUN TISSUE BOWI^7,KA.NER SANI-FLUSH 73c 2 39c 2 35c l-lb. Pkpr. 33G 10c Jar 25c t Park 35c Can 21c BRIARDAI.K Y[ STRWVBERRV SI NKIST LEMONS 49c KI.()RII)A-SEEDI.P;SS GRAPEFRUIT 10 or 49c CAM FORMA HEAD LEHUCE 2 or 29c RED-RIPE ^XORInA WATERMELON Lb 6c QUAlMYMEVrS Fresh Made Lean Pork Cutlets LB. Home Made Bulk Pork Sausage Boneless Beef Stew LB. Wilson's Corn Kinp; Sliced Bacon LI?. Carnalion's Bulk 69c 39c 69c 45c Cottage Cheese - 25c Ciulahy Puritan Pre Cooked Hams Morrells Snack Shank Hair Lb. Lunch 12-oz, Meat 65c 39c NOURITSEII Er KNUDSENI PHONE 407 o« 408-9 FREE PARKING AT FOR DELIVERY REAR OP STORE Social News Eight Local Worthington Women Attend Invitational Eight wom'-n golfon! from th^ local clnb journeyed to U'orthinC , ton yesterday to participato in t!if; inv-itaUonal toumamf-nt h<:ld ther • Approximately 70 golf.-rs and 30 bridge players were present fro:r. clubs throughout southern Minn - | sota and northern Iowa. Golf wx.- j played both in the mornine -ind ! afternoon with a luncheon at noon ' Bridge was played in the aftor- poon. Prizes were award-d a; th< close of the contests -A -ith Mrs , Jack White of EZatheryille r-coiv- • ing first prize in the third fli?ht.; Mrs. White had scores of 55 and) M for the morning and aft-rnocn | rounds. ' Attending from Elsthervilk- wier.'; Mrs. Willis Sandin. Mr?. Wayn: Spaulding, Mrs. Howard HeidkT. j Mrs. Norwood Zehner, Mr«. Wi". t Ham Anderson, Mrs. Ch'-sror Pior-, son and Mrs. M. S. Nielsen * ChRtter HerbfA Honored I At SDsceOaneotH Shower. More than 100 relatives and j friends of Pfc. and Mrs. Chester I Hcrkc gathered at the Hemian Herke home Wednesday ewning for a miacellaneoos shower in their honor. A social evening was enjoyed by , the group after which Mrs. Herke ' opened her many giftt. Pictu.Tes were taken .of her as she opened the gifts. Late eveningr refreshments were ^ served by a committee which in- ; eluded itra. Chester Anderson. I Mrs. Lester Larson, Mrs. Ralph* Schacherer, Mrs. L. B. Scbenck. Mrs. Flossie Jensen, Mrs. LeRoy Schacherer. Mrs. Alfred HBriburt, Mrs. E. B. Burg. Mrs. Gerald Bonstead. Mrs. Ray Ruppert and ifrs. Kenneth Starkey. * Paola Lnn^ren Hostess At Dinner for Friends Miss Paula Lungren was hostess at her home last night at a dinner party for three former schoolmates and friends. After dinner a social evening was spent in an effort to "catch up" on the latest h'appenines ct. the group. Those pres-rnt other! than the hostess were Ruth Kil-i gore. Laura Bargmao and Mr.=. Df-an Higinbotham and Kay. Paula is leaving today for Boulder. Colo, where she will attend summer scbooL She will accompany Mrs. Joe Eckhart and children to Colorado Springs, where they will join their husband and father, who is stationed nearby at Camp Carson. It is estimated that salmon lay I about 1,000 eggs for everv pound of i weight of the fish. Safety Lrctnrvr KiBwJ La^t n:£h: G-for?« S. L<iit>-_ r of .'iv?. K-ctor^d his on th» injportacCT-' cf i-jirvf-aS dr-r^-s: Today. 1 ^31- 4i u-xf 3i:r:*d 'I^T'T. and a truck $500,000 Gumical Warehouse Fire O.icaco Jun-> 11 IJP — A .••pectac- uVar «'xtr .%-5 .1arni fir? roar<'d through a chvriscs! WT4r- hous- on the far <i-\:thwf:<tt side !a-«t night cau.sine a.-, ojtintstt'd iS^^Xt:0''^ damage. Th** one-<tc-r>- huiMing. owned !•>' tfti' Witcss Chemical Co.. covers one h.CI city tlock in Stickney townships Company officials said it Estherville, Iowa. Daily N<'"» Wed.. June II, 1953 ! used to store carbon blacks, asphalts, stearates. driers and nap- tba. No employes were in the building when the Hre broke out. Cassse of the fire was not immediately determined. th€U Dads really go for! • ELECTRIC SHAVERS • FOUNT.\IN PENS and PENCIL SETS • EMBLE.M RINGS • KEY CHAINS, TIE CLASPS, CITFT LINKS • ELECTRIC CLOCKS • CIGARET LIGHTERS and CASES • BAROAIETERS WATCHES by Elgiii, Hamilton and Bnlova BILLFOLDS All Merchandise purchased l^ere engraved free. Father's Day Is Sunday! Rememlier ... a Father's Day gift from Robinson's is an EXTRA SPECIAL GIFT. G. W. Robinson Borers Begin fo Emerge Amr-s. 1 ,1. 1,1')- ('ill n Ijiitir.i hnvi- Ft ,irt'>d to i-niirw in pdit.-* rit JO'A'a. Harolfi ^Iiinfl'-t ftfin, fov. i State colli-ff pntom(;lti>ri«t. icpoit- (d'rr].-!y. H'- -j.-jifl tin- pi'innt- ajje of liorrr popiiliitinn iH Init the r.ite of emer (,'(nei- in !(.«•. Ciin- derson Hald farmern fihoiild .won );" able to determine the pe-ik i^liu IfiV- ing period and deride wheth-r their farms need trentlng. ANDERSON o0mi -SCHENCK mL. to5so6TH iSv 'iary ESTHERVIIK S IOWA in V*"^ ESTHERVII1 f IOWA lay SALT r,:5 StarKist KIST TP HA WINS 3-10^1 NationwWe f^ts Prj Star-Kist Wins Over Other Leading Brands^ In unbiaied ta«e t *sfs,; overwhelming maioi' chose Star-Kist. »by.' Because onljr the smal|| naturaify finer tuna , packed under the Stars' label. Better three way^: LU. I ITi nNfcR -TnXTLIU.D, H TEB-TASTIiNG! Buy so today! Sunday is Father's Day — your day to give dad a dinner treat th,at will make his eyes pop! Shop from Sidles' Fruit and Vegetable department for a tasty salad from fresh greens, select a delicious Choice grade steak from our Meat Department and top off his meal with a dessert from our grocery department. He'll love you for it! (and he'll love you for the money you'll save if you shop at Sidles every week too). Fresh Large Crisp LEHUCE Large Heads ?5c No. 1 California LEMONS Efozen 49c Long Green CUCUMBERS Each 9c Fancy Juice ORANGES 2 69c Clover Farm SALAD DRESSING Pint 25c Cake Flour SUGAR SWANSDOWX 44-oz. Pkg. PURE BKKT 10 CLOVEIt FAn.AI CLOVER FARM SLICED or CHUNK Pineapple ^ I ^ CLOVER FARSr — Cranberry Sauce -21( Clover Farm ^%o^- FOODS Minute Maid ORANGE JUICE 2 c^ns 35c Birds Eyn French Fried POTATOES ^ Pkg. 25c JfVeah Frozen PEAS FLOUR L^^ 1.89 Sure Jell 2 Pkgs. 21c Clover Farm Paper Towels Roll 19c Bab-o 3 Cans 25c Sweetheart Toilet SOAP 4 gS 25c Clorox ^%u „4l9c Dads like our meats because they know quality. Treat him to a delicious steak dinner on Dad's Day. . Yes, we do have Pofaloes!

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