Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 11, 1952 · Page 3
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Personal Mention Leo Olson Family Spends Week End in Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Leo Olson and children visited relatives of Mrs. Olson at Carroll over the week end. While there Mr. and,Mrs, Olson attended a dinner ittd recd(>tloii in honor of • Mr. and Mrs. S.'S. Kudsk. The event was in honor of Mr. Kudsk' retirement from the J. C. Penney Co. which will take*t>Iacc Jttly 1. Mrs. Fred' Trevioit arrived Saturday evening from San Diego', CalU., to spend a w,eQk at the Ward No- Mo home ahd tovlrtt with other relatives knd, friends^ Claudo Bossier bf; Gruver has gone to Shell Rock to visit with his brother, Herman, of Maryland, who is visiting at Shell Rock at the home of their sister. Mr. and Blra. Jqlui K. Catlln, JSu- gene and Carol of Bllensburg, Wash., are visiting at tho home of Mrs. Catlln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goldsberry qf Gruvcr and with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Martin. Louis Brown, who will teach th(; special education classes here this fall, Was in town Monday with his wife and 16 mpnth old daughter. They will move thii week end to 1033 North Sight street and Mr. ] Brown .w^l ^t'prk tljis summer «,t: the/Esthcrvillc Shoe store. 1 , MTn.' Jameis Simon, bookkeeper at the Graves Gfain Co. at Gruvcr has, gone,to.Sari Di?go, Calif., to visit her huiiband,. JaiSos Simon S. N., who Is on leave,from tho navy. Mrs. Simon expects to be gone for about two weeks. Mrs. John Blagg in working, at Graves' while she Is gone. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanlon Sr., of New York City and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanlon Jr., of Coggon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Ramsey and Jane from Friday until Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hanlon Jr., Ip a daughter of Mv. and Mrs. Ramsey. Mrs. l.yda Zunz is (>nJo.>1nK a vlji- il from two ot her grandchildren. Marilyn and Eva Brown of Ruthven. Sam Perkins drove to BoclMmtpr yesterday to bring his wife home who has been there for some time for medical care. Air. and Mnt. M. V. UruvcN and family have returned from u visit with relatives and friends at Morris and Chicago, III. Sharon BaMK of Orleans lis spending this week at the home of her friend, Barbara Grems, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Grems of Griiver. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Iloleti and two daughters have gone to Illinois where they will visit relatives at Rockford kad other points in the state. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson visited Sunday at Ruthvcn \vith Mrs. Johnson's father, O. E. Platter, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Nell. Mr. and Mrs, •lohn Bush and Mrs. Clarence Anderson drove to Wc^lsburg last w^ek end, where thoy were joined by the Bush's daughter, Mrs. Lester Hulsman and daughter;' Peggy. The group droVe to Iowa City to attend commencement exercises at tho University. DAD'S Stinda^. your REX ALL Drug Store |) Shfok, Bemington, Sunbeam Electric Razors Shaving Sets (His, Old Spice, Stag, Fabrege) Pipe -Racks BILLfdLDS POUND TOBACCO Prince Albert, Velvet aAd Raleigh $2.00 $10.00 CIGARS 96'a and GO'S White Owl. King Edward, Rol Tan and Van Dyke $2.50-$4.S0 Kay>voodie, Maxinau, Dr.,Cr» Dow, Sbelton $1.00 $io!oo NEW 1982 ROAD ATLAS $1.50 $3.00 PEN and PENCIL SETS Ihtrkttr and Sheaffsr $19.95 $24!75, GIBSONS FATHER'S DAV CARDS Lester Bush, n nipmbcr of the graduates. Is the son of Mr. Bush and son-in-law of Mrs. Anderson. After spending the week end In Iowa City y.-ith their son and daughter they returned home Sunday. Mrs. Lester Bush and daughter, Patty, arrived Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and Mi-a. Bush and also at the home of her sister, Mrs. Rol.ert Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. James Baldwin Jimmy and Mary arc expected to arrive this evening to spend two weeks with Mrs. Baldwin's aunt. relntlvw. Mr. Baldwin Is Having a vacation from his duties with the Iowa Conserx-atlon Commission. .Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bloom- qul.1t and lx>nnle and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bloomqulst and family were joined at Pox Lake Sunday by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Btoom^utst of St. James for a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Leo WllUams drov» to DCS Moines last week end for ft short visit at the home of their son and daughter-in-law,, Mr. and Tltslr son Is In the Vets hospUal and win remain there for some time. Mr. and Mr.i, Wllll.^i!. brought their little KranddauKhter. Ka)-- leae home with them. Miss Adelaide Nichols and other Mrs. Glenn Williams and Kaylonc. Bums Pro\r Vala\ Mununit. In. i.^*" Mr» Virjll Harris. 36, died in ii ho«pltnl nl Poslvllle yesterday of hurna suffered at her homo 3'v miles north of Monona Feb. M when »»\e was starting a fire in the kitchen utov. Flames from a fuel oil can Ignited her clothing. I 'aslor Killtfl in H(>uii*oii (>>lli ,Hioii !''*rmlnBt»n. Minn. June \1 Rev S A Krilnr 77. AUh«n. Minn., tiled In n hospital here •srty today of Injuries guffered in i. head-on auto erash in whirh l»Ui wife WHS kllleil. Thi- necldenl wcurred Monday while the Krtlngs were en route lo Des Moines to Attend A meeting of th,' AuKu:<taiia Lutheran rhuroh The driver of the second riir »TH Injuretl CONVKiNTION— CVnntlniird from p«xn I June AalhorK. eolor b .-Arvm; t<'ol,\ Anderjion. Ann K^iuis, Msrv.-I Ftelinisr, Colf<-n Keosh. psj;'«. txinquel ll.lr.rts. .\fr» .\l K Ol .k. Mm, Doueloii Urandt; (Jola Star luncheon lUkels. Mrs. Wllllant l.or tls, Mrs. tw\rs Andornon; KAjw «r. Mrs. Klnsrrn. Mrn, .Swart*; unher. Mrs. I.«ri Andi'n<un: pUnUi. Mr« Mlllon Evans. (Mmju 't hi\>ir.». .Vtn T. R. Andemon onvl tioUl .SInr luncheon ho«tes«. Mm. Wlllinni lM >rtla K -iithprNilli', Iowa, l>ally Sevtn Ww!.. Juno II, IWi .f 4tM*kfT Mlnmtm «kln trouhl* may h4>. Hesrt In fiMt. Safr for (bildrvn. WONDERL'i^ Sol. I In FjtherMlle by PdfT). Hr-tal). null Oth^rvltts Unit .Nf.tre.; nr JMir Hems ttmt\ tiru The Boss has gone fishin And ifs gonna cost him cause we're listing^WflOPPER^bargains for you at Vandy's Market Don Wo'U probably be fore- Cd to sell fresh fiwli next week after Arnle Ifeia back with tho truckloud of Northern and Walleyes - - meanwhile cat and save with SFLF SIRVI yU/\l I TV MtXTS Pork Sausage,^, 39c Fresh SUced PORK UVER Pound 29c Cudahy Ready-to-Eat SwUI Premium PICNICS u,. 43c U AAJ Half or riMIVI Whole LI. 69c Armour Baouor. FRANKFURTS Bob sez I'm not gointr to write a book in my spot here—Less talk and more action is what wo all want— Here's some real action on, keeping down your grocery bill, without sacrificing quality. ' FRESIC LERUCE Greeii'Top '; and 4 Dozen Size Florida ' 'v " SWEET CORN Heads Bunches Ears 25c 29c "Smltty" Kelcb, O Liliby's Ouallty CATSUP LIBBY'S Smitty sez: I used lo think our fliitirrnian I KJH» V.HM tnxry In tho head giving such low, low prlccn evi ryil»iy. !!•••« not a looriry bird (not niuch) . . . Oi.r.i ur,> ovr lei- (llvldually owned HupiT Vnlii nlonn huyln^ I MKI II HT (with an enormous purehasliiK I 'IMII) to lirinK us'uns and yuu'uiui these Huper V'nlii. evnrviluy low, low priors, IJbby's Kiirly .lun«- PEAS 3 S„-" 49c PINEAPPLE 8 LT. $1 $ A V E 14 OZ. Oottio HOHKU.U.K (JlIt.KN 19c OLIVES quart S9c PINEAPPLE JUICE 29c FRUIT COCKTAIL 2c?ul.49c • i.iniiv'H 2 ^ 37c BROWN BEANS 8 ?r $1 LIbby's C'rushi^—<:hujik ~'ndMi« PINEAPPLE LIbby's—Whole Kernel CORN 2 c^L 35c 6f »r $1 KKUXJGQ 'a HUGAU 1 POP Krisptm Coupon KKI.LO«0'H LIBBV'.S-Mlf; AM KTVI.K CORN Z^LZSc 6ror$l KKI.I.<><i<iH CORN POPS 2 Pk., 29c CORN FLAKES \^ 19c Iflc Blc^ KrtopUw Coupon In eMh parkag«! ,0^ Hlc^ KrUple, Cmvmt lii ^ ^wAafo MANflKUH RICE KRISPHES 2 29c ICE CREAM Gallon OA^ Hulk IHick OTC Bob 9tmt>j, VrodiMB Hgr, Fresh Each Support the Red Sox CHECK oi;b NEW BASEBALL SCOBEBOAliD IfUY TiCKETS AT VANPY'S KBAFr»-4IEN ]mNK VEtVEHA fiSi 89c OOOBANT—«rlt» til* punhaa* of SOAP 62c 37e Nina sez W«'ll «how you wc'r« ^ cheap »kut«ii at V«ndy'«. Hkatd for ttc. you can't icet much ch«ap«r than that. Skate for 5c and a Kellogg Cereal Box Top from Vandy's One Matinee Only—Saturday, June 14. 1952 — Skateland in Estherville. Hbm, (%MMM»ttM at lib* YOUR mmstmix mors MARKET Tbmb PitoM Good from Wedacttey to WedwMMlfty. OpM STMiifi MA BmOajth^AxaM A b IO ut . Owner

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