Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 12, 1952 · Page 4
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Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 12, 1952
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Couulrysl<lc What Will Iowa Delegates Do? Hy SISAN rilAWI.l.^ EISKI.K tlio issues, don'. wiTP ypt cr not- w.-iy votiTs tilino;! i ^'.'iy I 'lrction. no Saw n hpnrtrnirip siRlu tin' culu-i niKht Iv-ii- in Blue Earth—had n sohool ilinnion ;ind tlif voter; turnrd out in sucii grout ntmibcr.- tli,> siden-iilk was UtiPd. Just like they aro when n ueii-.iclveitise.i movip ccinoa to town. I wasn't so ccnrernrd about know whcthor I know what they but wlint did intr.'pst me w.'i.s ihi out. Thi.s is a.s it .should lie .-.t innttpr how liivinl the issue. Actually, no election is.sue i.« trivial. It is iniport- nnt that cvory voter should pet out and vote. 1," every one of us did. tliere would he no erookrdnes< in politics. NO OSE WOl'I.n dale, (..•onuse he would knov,- that the people themselves were alen and :iwar<. A book just ou' will be of interest to many of you. It is primarily for young people, but I lead it witli deliRht. The story is of the .•settlement of Minnesota, and it is called "Climb A Lofty Ladder ' It is by W.ilter and Marion Havighurst, one of America's most w;dely respected v\Titinp teams, and is the second of ;•. series by them. Their first book was a best seller. They are well-versed in Scandi- navi.'in li're oi \Visenn.«in, !owa Minnesota and lii> Oieat L.ikes rr(:i(.n, rubhsher.« ate The .le.l'n Win^^ton dimjia'-y. Philadelphia TUK .SCKNK IS l.Ain in and around Red Winp. in .xouthern Minnesota .Made a deep dish peach pie yesterday and remembered I didn't have an.v deep dish pan here iii the apartment. made it in an aluminum frying p .-in, U'liiked fm.-. Think I'll >ise it all the time for 1 liis i> ilL ;V M^" KADIO PROGRAJI is still in experimenta'. stage. So many of you have wriiten asking about it. It is still hard work for me but I am bepinnini; to get the feel oi radio, and like it very much. Of course, ii is so different from writing, that I am still trying to leconcile the two mediums of ex- p.ossion. My program originates in Blue Eanh ai the Wolf-Habcin store, with Garnet's Smart Style.f as my co-sponsors. At one o'clock daily, for fifteen minutes, over KSl'M. Fairmont, 1S70 on vour radii dial. Wish I were twenty years younger. ComblninK tbt visdlutor ud RepubUcca. Pnbllitwd Evtry KTtntnp Except SuniUijr Entarfd u locood cl«s« BUklttr Oct. 6, 1930 «t the i >3 «tof(ict »t Esth- emiJe. ;ow», under IbeJ »ct of Mut^ 3, IS7«, 4 Thurs.. Jtine 12, 1952 0«Tied md PubluBtd tjj: DMmcT t*e. Editor lod PuMWiw. Rubtn N. AdronixfcK UjLStcrr. The Assocl»tM Press is entitled cxclof- lTe:y to th« use for repubucttlon of kU the ioctJ Deirj prtnted m ihi* nen- P«.per u well u Ul AP news t pttcbas. SUBSCRIPTION TERKS Br in»fl to Emmer. Xcxmrii, ptxo AJto, Cl»y. r>lckla»n. J»ck»OB ind Marttn counties: ooe re»r »S: six mjnttis »«.JS; three moDlhs t2.25; i weeks Jl. By nm\ oui«lde aiwvt cojotJej ooe ytar 110: six laoDttis three moatna »2.75: one month kl.OO, By IJtUe Mensiant xrriv, per wet< 30c: one ye»r tl4. ctx montm »7.25; three months tS.'i. Member of the Iowa Press A«»ocl*uoii. Iowa Duly Press Assocliwoa. N'UloBa) EdnorUl A«9oclation asd lBtio<< Pren AssocJatioo. Storm Out of Abilene REPRESENTATIN-BSS Sschasre. Ostaha: also Atusu UM General adrertlstot rrpnMotatrra*; I». land Newspaper Repwjjtatrpes. toe, Wriney Bide.. Chlcaro: 512 Fifth AT*.. New Vork: Seoirlt/ Kdg., St. Louis, I0I2 Baittmtrre, Kanaaa CJty. <Z8 Grain X >B .*Us. Consider Council Bluffs for Naval Air Station Washington, June 12 i.T>i— Council Blutf .s, Ia„ still i .s being considered as a possible site for a naval air reserve training unit now stationed at Lincoln, Neb. Senator Seaton (R-Neh) conferred with navy officials yesterday seeking to keep the unit in Nebraska. An aide who accompanied the senator said that little encouragement was given to assigning the unit to any place in Nebraska outside ot Omaha or Lincoln. Seaton was told the navy still is considering the adequacy of facilities at Council Bluffs, The unit must lie moved from Lincoln because the air force i,s reactivating for its own use the pre-sent munic:p:U field l!.-.'re. Th; Omaha airport commission has said us facilities could not take care of both municipal and mili-|i t.-.rv needs. in Masonic Grand Lodge ' Installs New Officers Cedar Rapids, la., June 12 JP— The Iowa Masonic Grand lodge today installed J. EUitt fjayson cf Cedar Falls as its new grand master. He succeeds Millard D. Thomas ot Des Moines, Other officers installed were William E. Shrope of Mechanicsville, as senior grand warden; Dorsey h. Andrews of KnoxvlUe, as junior grand warden; Earl B, Delzell of Cedar Rapids, as grand secretary, and Warren L. Wite of Oakland, as grand treasurer. At Your REXALL Drug Store NEXT WEEK ONLY! Meet Helena Rubinstein's Beauty Consultant! Woi 'ld-famoii.s beauty authority Helena Rubinstein sends her personal representative here next week— direct from her fabulous New York Salon! She comes to tell you everything about your hair — in an individual consultation that's absolutely freel Cci FREE gifu willi individual Ixnuitv analysis! V<iiiMl lit- I '-II a ( uriipl' ti I (fiH'L on hitii I ' are a n d i l>t-antv, I'liUtif nr^%t'-l way.* [ and lucaiis Ut ' •i\\r yinit hair j lieu (M > ! It I 1) It w.'i won - ! ilfrfnl iitMv I >tylf-j; <Tfa (rd hy Mi< hid <d llfh'iia | ( u*i hd. Kubiii >U *in ami liow lu lUt l\\vn\ j jiitir an- >(iiir yoiir.>(df! I \ iduai 1 M ;; 'aMi|d<- "! //. Kudill .^ ( .''(if • / <• ni'i p(M> 111 >inir ^jir-i -S .ail'- I fit[ llt'ilc lhaii .-haMi[»oii- ! t. ! hi- ihr -haiii \Miii thai filiK iiilf|i>-i(M-- ii.tir I nhii. lull \M\Ai' - iuir rlt-rttiiT, -ilkiri ihaii M*<(li ih .-M- matitiHii .-iit jn-i- vk ith MMU iiidi- ii-uhatii>ti! Hul. Helena Ruhiii -ifiirs licaulv Cun -iihiiiU will he hwc \\r\\ vcekoiily. »n make vour amwituiuita riwu.T.ik/' IKHIIP r\<iiiiiK nru sl;|m <'Urand hpiiutj! THEli^DRUGlTORi J A CllMMING'j CO J . L H O Y E Fort Dodge Man Held Tavern Death Fort Dodge, la., June 12 UP>—A 24-year-old Fort Dodge man is being held by police here In connection with the death of a Barnum farmer, Oral Hampton, 54, who died as the result of injuries suffered when his head struck a booth ill a local tavern. Held by authorities is Wallace Wildt who just yesterday finished serving a 30-day jail sentence on into.xication charges. Webster County Attorney Ralph Bastian said manslaughter charges will be filed against Wildt. He is scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing in municipal lourl tomorrow morning. Hampton never regained consciousness after being taken to a hospital following the tavern incident, which occurred about 6 p. m. He died about 5:30 a. m. this morning. Witnesses told police that Hampton had been standing at the bar of the tavern and was about ready to leave when Wildl c;;me in. Hampton said, "Hi, Wally" according to statements by witnesses and then Wildt walked up to Hampton and struck him. Hampton's head struck a booth, knocking him unconscious, Wildt told police Thursday that "I am very short tempered and apt to hit anyone for any particu- ri-uson." l.-.r Red Sox In 7-3 Victory At Paidlina By IIOVT LOmrLV Aggressive running plus some timely hitting wore ttie key f.actors in the third straight victory for the Red Sox aa they took th.^ measure of the PauUlna Lsker.'? last night at Paullina, 7 to 3. The So\ swiped seven baacs Inst night and alert xunning^ in other instances aided the locnl cause. Walt Sodcrstrom, the Augustana college lefty, vraa the winning pitcher and wus never in serious difficulty durinp the contest, working with a lead after the third inning which was never threatened. While touched for 11 hits, Soderstrom kept them wt>ll scattered M he struck out six and walked four. * * * BOTH rAULLlNA and Esther- j ville got one run each in the firs inning. Kstherville's came ,on a walk to Jack Kaley. a double by Mike Boettcher and an error on Paullina's catcher when he threw wild in returning the ball to th^ pitcher's mound, allowing: Kaley to scamper across with a counter. The Lakers' tally came on a waJU to Fred Hunt the leadoff man and a double by Frankie Pauling, left fielder. Esthervllle went ahead, 3-1. in the third when Freeman got a life on a boot, Bartkowaki singled, th.' two pulled a double steal and Gordie Winkel singled thera home. * * * THE RED SOX got one more m the fifth on a single by Bill Dudding and a triple by Bill Mosser. Mosser was nipped at the plate trying to stretch the blow into a home run. Estherville got two counters in the seventh on singles by Freeman, Dudding and Winkel, a throwing error by Paullina's catcher and two stolen bases. Paullina got its second run 'n the same frame on a two bagger and a blow. A walk to Soderstrom, Haley's single, a sacrifice by Boettcher and Freeman's inrield out finished the run-making for the Sox in the eighth wlh Soderstrom scoring. The Sox play tonight againEt the Harlem Glol>etrotters at Jaycee diamond. Just who wjlJ be on hand to do the pitching for the home crew isn't known. Ind Mill s Prop Half Game Off Pace W U IVt 0,F< New ^^^•V 18 «tX) Bo»t6n A' IJI .ViS ClevelAft.i .V STT Was.Mnp-.v'r 2.' 511 4 Chici^o 23 JU> 4 rhil.<idiiph:t 23 477 .%>.St Lou-'< .'3 2V 442 7 • Detr^>!t ij S3 .3tV 14-. \Vedn«>vlj»j « KrKUtt't: New York 7, Dotnnt W,ishin>:ton 1. Clevo l.snd 0: Boston U. Ss. Louis 9; Philadelphia 5. Ohicasv 3. F-riday's Schedul*: New York at Clevol.v.d !nii:bt>. only game son- cdulfd. .V.\T10N.\L LE.\C.VK W U Pet OB Brooklyn ,%5 13 .729 New York 31 17 .&46 4 Chicago 31 19 .620 5 St. Louis 26 26 .500 11 Cincinnati 24 27 .471 12"; Philadelphia 19 2S .404 15'; Boston 19 29 .396 16 Pittsburgh 14 40 .259 24 Wednesdaj-'s Results: Chicago 3. 6.2 Walleye Pike Wins Week^s Prize nV VINTON C. ABXOLD Spirit Lake, la., June 9—Delas .Miller of Milford headed the list of fishing contest winners announced Monday by weighing In a 6.2 wali eyi-^l pike. Raymond Deel, 13, of Spirit L-Tke copped the prize In the northern pike division with a 9.2 whopp«-r. Father Stelnhausen of Omaha Joined the list of winners hwhon he caught a 5.4 large mouth li.tss and a 15.4 string of bullheads entitled Bud Rowe of Jackson, Minn., to a prize. Honors among the women went to Gladys Wellen- man of Red Oak when she brought in a 5.1 walleyed pike. Fishing seems to have retarded some on Big Spirit the last couple PhiKidelphia 2: St. Louis 3, Brook- l \Ti ?. lie innings*: New York Cincinn.iti 2: Pittsburgh 5, Boston 0. Friday's Schedule: Boston 'night", only uled. Chicago at game sched- BOX SCORE ESTHERVnXE Kaley, If Bo<>ttcher, Frwrnaa, Sb Bartkowski. lb Dudding, e Bart<m. c •\Voltr. cf WlnkeU Sb Slosser, rf Soderstrom, p Totals PAULLINA Hunt, Sb Gaudlan. ss-p Faoling, If Enoldt, lb B«>nner, rf Brown, c Beckman. c Johnson, rf Luhrs, Sb Boggra. 2b Traver, p Faust, p-ss Totals Esther^lUe Paullina Summary: E, Gaudlan, I'uul- ing. Brown 2, Kaley, Boettcher; BBI, Pauling, Benjter 2, Fre<>man, Winkel 3, Mosser; 2B, Boettcher, Gaudlan, Pauling; SB, ^losser; Sac, Boett«hor; SB, Kaley 2, Freeman 2, Bart- kowskl, Dudding 2; left, E»th- ervlUe 9, 1'aulUna 11. BB, Soderstrom 4, Traver 2, Fuust 1. Gaudlan I; SO, Sodcr­ strom 6, Traver 0, Faust 4; II and R, off Traver, 6 and S In S; off Faust, 5 and 3 In 5; off Gaudlan, 1 and 1 In 1; HP, Traver (Dudding); wiiuier, .Sodcr­ strom; loser, Traver. Umpires'. Chase and Bennett. ab r h po a 4 1 I •,> I 4 0 I 1 a 4 * 1 3 0 5 1 I 6 1 S « 2 5 0 1 0 0 1 1 5 e 0 5 I S 0 2 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 — — 37 7 U 27 11 ab r h po a 4 I 1 1 1 5 « ! 1 3 4 0 1 1 6 4 « 2 9 0 5 e 3 1 0 S 0 1 !• 0 1 • « • 6 3 • I 3 I *• • « « 2 • • 1 « 1 • • 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 37 S 11 27 11 102 010 210—7 100 000 101—3 WESTERN LE.AGDE night's results: Omaha G. Wichita 2; Colorado Springs 6, De<i Moines 3: Lincoln 15, Pueblo 5, Denver 12, Sioux City 9. Our Ladv of Lake Camp To Begin 'June 22 Dari-Delite SPECIALS Feofure Deluxe Hawaiian Nut Pineapple Quarts ,1/2 Gal. Gallon . 49c - 93c $1.80 Heaven Cocoa- Sundae DARIOEllTE, INC, Central and 13th Street, EsthervUle Spirit Lake, la.—The 1952 season of Our Lady of the Lake Camp gets underway June 22 and continues for eight weeks, the Rev. Richard Donahue, M. S., returns as camp director, the Rev. Louis VanDano, M. S., is assistant director and the Rev, Paul Denis, M. S., is in chargo of the house. The camp counsel­ lors will be Junior Seminarians from Hartford, Conn. As in former years, boys ranging in age from seven to 17 are eligible for attendance .-ind may stay for from one to the entire eight-week's period. In wTlting of the camp this year. Father Van Dane points out that the boys are interested in the facts that "swimming is grand, there is plenty of room to shout and run about, there is boating, archery, fishing," * 'Conducted and supervised by the Missionaries of Our Lady of Lji Sallettc, this camp is for boys between seven to 17. The campers sleep in the seminary and at all times arc under the constant care of seminarians who act as counsel­ lors. And that makes it more than just another camp. The boys have the advantage of being in contact with young men who have the ideal of one day dedicating*themselves to God." It was formerly believed that tho earliest men were of very large size and that contemporary men were dwarfed descendents, but in recent centuries it has been recognized that there Is little or no basis for such a belief. reports few catches over the week end. but this may be largely due to high winds which kept whltecaps rolling all dnv Sunday. * * * PraL NCNN over at Orleans, however, says boats are coming In with some fair catches ot bullheads, and a few fishermen aro picking up walleyed pike. Quito a number of small northerns are appearing in the Baker's Point area along the west shore and, across the lake In Anglers' Bay good catches of bullheads are reported, and signs of perch starling to bite ajo noted the past two or four days. On West Okobojl the outlook seems somewhat brighter. Fly fishermen are finding the blucglUs especially hungry in Miller's bay. Boss too are showing interest In flies there, while good catches of northern and •w'allcycd pike were taken over the week end. JDf A1ELSEX and Dick Buck of Arnolds Park, who took the nice string of bass a week ago are continuing to have success. In two days fishing the hoys landed 19 nice bass. Their favorite spot seems to be Cass bay just off the amusement park. Pillsbury's Point Is a popular place for walleye fishermen. The deep water seems to favor good fishing at least for Rudy and Odle Hardt of Swea City, who came in Saturday night with five walleyes and a small mouth of good size. Another representative catch was that ot Loyal Aim of Decorah, who came in Sunday with three walleyes, the largest weighing five pounds. * • « CAT FISH seem to be more numerous than usual In the lakes this year. Another large one was caught the other day by Tommy and Larry Pick of Arnolds Park. Reports are that they were casting for bass when the big "cat" took" hold. There was the usual battle with one of the boys eventually taking to the water before the fish was landed. This fellow weighed 31 pounds and gave the lads a thrill In that catch. Don't forget to enter your small mouth basa In Cap Kennedy's "small mouth derby" which opens Sunday and continues through labor day. You may win thp.t $50 Mufli Traveled Globelrotlei\s Here Tonight IOWA .STATE LEAGUE Team W. L. Pet. Enthervtlle 2 0 1.000 CarroU 2 0 1.000 WaJl Lake 0 1 \000 Manon City 0 I .000 SpenctT 0 2 .000 Kesiilts la.Ht night: Carroll S Six-ncer 5 Esther^iUe 7 Paullina 3 Games tonitght Wall Lake at MOHon City Spencer at CarroU Globetrotters at Esthervllle Carroll annexed its second Iowa State league win last night when the Merchants hopped on Spencer starter Bob Bckert ror 7 runs in the eighth inning aftef Eokert had blanked Carroll for seven frames. Of da>-s. Cecil Nelson at West Side, .spencer was In front, 2-0, going In- r«>nor«>i few <>AteVi<>a n-aar tho ivat^lr eighth Wayne Paige, tho youthful cur- veballer from Dike, was winning pitcher, giving up only four hits. Bob Getting relieved Paige In tho eighth. The Sox tangle tonight With the much-traveled Harlem Globetrotters, who aro coming here from Minnesota where they have played games at Fergus Palls, Minneapolis and Rochester. After leaving here the Trotters head west playing in Omaha, Fremont and York, Neb., then swinging out to Pueblo, Colo., and into Montana. The game here Is the 6nly Iowa appearance for the Trotters at this time. They arc expected to provide plenty of opposition' for the home club aa well as entertainment tor the fans. League schedule finds^ Carroll laying Its unbeaten record on tho line against Spencer ,at CJarroIl and Mason City and Wall Lake each striving for Its first win In a game at Mason City. Body Armor for Combat Looks To Be Satisfactory Cailcago, June 12 lfl>)—Body armor looks good for helping American fighting men in Korea," the American Medical association (AMA) was told today by an army doctoi. Lieut. Col. Robert Holmes said a chest^and-belly vest, made of compressed fiberglaas and nylon, has been under test by^the marines and the army as possible protection against small-arms and shell-fragment fire. "Results of the , present trials are restricted (secret) data, but it can be said that thus far Indlca- cations are encouraging," Col. Holmes, of the army medical corps, declared in a report to the AMA's annual meeting. "It appears," he added, "that body armor will provide another means of preventive medicine for the armed forces and will contribute to the total medical effort to conserve the fighting strength." spinning rod and reel. Caji says there are more good small mouth bass in these lakes than anywhere In the country and believes his contest will prove It. An ond British law .permitted .a man to beat his wife with a stick no longer than his arm or thicker than his middle "finger. PEtHAPS you have noticed that the presGriptions which . your physician Avritcs arc usually written in Lalin. No doubt you have wondered why. Prescriptions are written in Latin because Latin; a never-changing language, is uni. rersally employed in medical practice. A Latin prescription written in America or England can be filled in Puerto Rico, Russia, or France, even though the pharmacist mny not know a word of English: On the other hand, no matter where your prescriptions may be.wriU«o* we can All them prog^ptly. Il^ iE^tli^rvine Drug Co. *'Your:'Comer Drug Store" Youthful Calf^her Looking Great By Tin: AWiOCtATED PHF.SS J. W. Portei-, a 19-yoar-old catcher from Oakland, Calif., is having a wonderful time with the Colorado Springs Western league team. Night before last.porter socked three homers to dump Des Moines. He didn't hit for the round trip last night but he got three hits In three official times at bat In leading the Sky Sox to a 6-3 win over Des Moines. Portjir .batted In three runs. He's tieache.d base 11 out of his lost 12 times at bat. The Denver Bears got back on the victory trail after losing four straight. They whipped Sioux City 12-9. Lincoln spilled Pueblo 16-5 for the second straight time. Omaha trimmed Wichita 6-2. The Great Lakes once drained through the Mississippi river, but during the Ice Age,this outlet, was . out off and the St. Lawrence outlet ,formed. Satuitlay Spectacle Never Before Filmed! Cato-ly Paramount Piefufe Friday ih9ll3th Special Midiiit<b ThriUer on Both Friday and Saturday starts at 11:30 Now Showing. Ends Saturday THEIR HRST IN A YEAR ....THEIR ,FMNNIES. with PATRICIA MEDINA WAITU SIEZAK DOUGIASS DtlMMllE CO-HIT In Technicolor Diana Lynn .11 Rock,Hudson in PEGGY" EVERY Armstrong Sales C9. A «iii8tvo |ig, Iowa AUMX OOf > . I

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