Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 13, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, June 13, 1952
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Pcraonal Mention tXizcHbeth West Leaves on Summer'Tour oi Europe Elltabcth West, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Oeorge West, who has been teaching school at Los Alamos, N. left Tuesday for a two months' tour of Eutope. She will tour the Netherlands, France, England and several other countries while gone. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Wioreon, another daughter of the Wests, of' Story City were hero Sunday to visit and to wish their sister bon voytfge. Mr. Md Mrs. U IL HIU expect to leave tomorrow morning for Norfolk, Neb., where they will spend the week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Granger Hill. Mrs. R. H. Tkompaon and thne children of Sioux City are visiting at the.home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I .C0. Sanders. Mr. Md MIS . George Greener of San Diego, Calif., were recent visitors at the home of the latter's hrother-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wycoft and Sharon. Mr .M ''Mn.Kel(hThomJM, Bobby and MUcc returned yesterday to their home on West Okobojl lake after spending the past nine months In Florida. . Stens Ilynip wnderwent m*ior surgery at Iowa City Tuesday and her conditlbii IS' Reported tio bo "fair." Hei- address is Oene<-al Hospital, c/o: Unlversiiy •hospitals, Iowa City. . Mrs. Elesnor M. ilousei wiw i ong the 'atari mall route contractors who attended funeral services for E. Ik O'Brien, state president of Star Rbuto carriers, Wednesday a:t Audulwn. , Kobert-E. .Tlmmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Tlromon?, is homa from Lowry Air Force base at Denver for 8-• 80-day filrlough. At the conclusion-of "his furlough he will icporjt to ,Camp rStoncuan, Calif. Mrs. iE^wliil Dalcn and daugh' tets, Mary Aiin knd Phyillli acom- panied Mrs, Olaf Mlchaolson and son, John to Io<wa City Sunday. They returned home late Wodnea day night. ' M'. *tti. MIS. J.„ P. s.(DhriRtenien left'this, morning to attend gradual tion exercises tonight at Iowa State college Vat 'Amis.. Their s.on-lh- law, Geprge Hess, is a member' of the graduating cl^s. George' will teach and coach next year at Gladbrook." : Maiy Harms and Barbara Shre- .ok will leave Sunday morning-for lies Moines.where they v ^U .attend the fouSday Grand Assembly' of the Order oC fltalnb«'vy. Qirls tor the state bf Iowa. Mrs. Otto Harms ^nd'children will take them to Des'd ?o on to spend ' Father's . day,' with Mr. H&rms. ; Mr.Vand MniM .layai E : Stoekdale are> leaving' tomorrow for a visit with' their* son-in-law : and" daughter, Dr. and 'Mrs. John Grogan and sons of Denver; They will motor to Omaha an'd iravbrby train the rest of the way. They expect, to return homo next Friday. Their son, Jerry, also will leave tomorrow but he will Journey to Chicago, where, he will be the guest of James Els'en- bcrg. The young men !aro recent graduates of Carleton coUcgo. Mr. and ^Mrs. CUiit Valuur, Michael and- Sharon arrived yestetddy lor a visit with Mrs. Palmer's paK ents, Mr. ai>d Mr?..Harold Soroih- son. At present,, they, ate staying at the Soronstin'? lake Home on East Okobojl. Mr. afid'MTB. Sbron^n, dro expecting their %bn-lri-law' ahd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert-Allen and Debby. of Mlh'neat>oUs to spend the .week end wfth the family and to be present at the opeh house tomorrow for.their ne* studio. , 1^. an^ Mn. Tkoinaa ttunUton and Mrs- Orris Sunde returhed last lilght from a trip to Cedar Rapids and 'Cllhton. Mr. Hanallton- was in Cedar Rapids to attend thb 108th annual, comtnunlcatlons of the Grand .I<odge of Iowa, .A,F. dc A.M. as arepres^ntatlvo of the local North Star lodge. No. 447, A.F. & A.M.- During t\ie three days he spent - In Cfdar Rapids >Ir8. Hamilton and.ilrs, Sunde visited In Clinton at the home of Mrs. Sun- de'a brother-in-law,, and, sister. .Mr. and Mrs.'DonUd Howe-and baby daughter, Majt^ Lee. Mrs. Howe is the former Dawn Hamilton. At Holy Funny Bospltal Dottglaa Nelson of Dunn ell was admitted yesterday for a tonsillectomy. Milton Larson of HunUngtiNi entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Mr. and Mis. Fr«d Clark of So- perlor are parents of a son born yesterday. Dismissals yesterday were Wilbur Thorndykc of Esthervllle,-me­ dical; Elizabeth Bell of Swea City, medical; Mrs. Fred Nauss of Terrll. medical; Robert Kruse of Bsthec- vlUe, medical; Mrs. Archie Blxby of Esthervllle, surgery; Charles Justice of Superior, tonsillectomy; Sharyl' Voetman of Ringsted, tonsillectomy; Shtu«n Katman of Es­ thervllle, tonsillectomy. SUPERIOR Events Calendar Many Honor Slingerlands on Anniversary Br MRS. T. M. nODGK Ove 130 friends, neighbors and relatives called at the Glen SUng- erland farm at open house, in observance of Mr. and Mrs. Sllnger- land's 26th wedding anniversary, June 1: The table was decorated with a wedding cake, decorated In yellow and white, with 2Bth anniversary across the top. Cut flowers of yellow and white, also decorated the tible. A sliver tea set. given to Mrs. Sllngerland's mother by her father when Mrs. Sllngerland was bom, was used on the table. It was given to Mrs. Sllngerland later by her father. Mrs. Ed Larson poured, assisted by Mrs. La Strange. The Slingerlands have two boys, LoRoy and Roger. Le Roy Is married and lives at home. The pride and joy of the Slingerlands. Is their granddaughter. .The Slingerlands received many cards and gifts. Friends and rela- tlvts from away attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Small of La- monl,'Zelpha Wardrip of Davis City, Mrs. Mary Phelan of Perry, Mrs. Emma McElroy of RIppey, la., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mudge of Renibrant, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pickering. Mr." and Mrs. J. Le Strange. Gertrude, Stratman, Mr. and Mrs. William Honn,. and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kruetzkampft, all of Terril;,Mrs. George Hlgglns of Esthervllle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kummerfeldt of Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Arnb Relnltz of Maple Kill, Mrs. C. AtJpperle, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Johnson of Arnolds Park. Mr. and ,Mrs,,Bernard.Brabank of Pomeroy. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ket- tlcson of Lake Park. Mrs. Anna Wllson!:bf Lake Park, Ed Matt of Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Bonsteadof Graettlnger, Mr. and Mrs. Howard B[lchardB and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fry, all of Fenton. Hostesses -were Mesdames R. E. Perkins, Paul Milsap, Clarence Wlckens. Fred Nauss, Earl Fries, pibk Kumba, Ed Larson and Le Roy Sllngerland: ' Tonight Reb«kah». 7:30 p. m. Postponed until Tuesday night. Hunttngtoh n -.S.C.S. 8 p. m. At the church b».scment Pie and Ice cream social. Gruver Presbyterian Church. 8 p. m. aostng program for the vacation Bible school will be presented at the church. The public Is Invited. St Mary's Circle. 8 p. m. At the home of Mrs. Alfred Kelch, Mrs. Charles Kelch. asslsts^it hostess. Bathroom shower for Sister's home. All members urged to be present. Please bring circle dues. Saturday Graee Episeopal Bununage Sate. 8:00 a. m, In the church basement. pkamanpado Chapter D. A. R. 10 a. m. Meet at the home of Mrs. H. S. Grelg. Breakfast to celebrate Flag day. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. E. E. Loguc, Mrs. James Ralney, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Miss Ivadell Ross. All members expecting to attend please notify hostess by Friday morning. Last meeting before fall. Sunday Graver Presbyterian Church. 11 a. m. Special Father's day services. Men's choir. The Rev. Then^as B, Melton of Bsthcrvillo will speaks, Monday All Peopln's Group of the Ohristlaa Ohmroh. 1 p. m. Mrs. Waldo Brink, leader. Meet at Riverside park for a picnic. St. Margai«fs Circle. 2 p. m. Meet at the home of Mrs. Isador Neppl; Mrs. Frank Lown. assistant hostess. St Francis drcla 8 p. m. Meet at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Thcll, Mrs. I^avcrdls Neppl. assisting hostess. Tuesday Social Order of the Brsuceant 2:30 p. m. At the Masonic hall. Meeting and initiation 8:45 p. m. Pot..luck supper. Mlssloit Circles of the Esthen-lUe Lutheran W.M.F. 2:30 p. m. Lydia, meet with MIsa Myrtle Hanson, Mrs. Norman Ingvall, assistant; Anno, Mrs. Anna, Shaw, Mrs. Olaf Mlcha<<l- Bon, assistant; Deborah, Mrs. M. N. Berge; Elizabeth, Mrs. B. O. Wolden, Mrs. Odon Wee. assistant; Esther., Mrs. O. N. RcfBcll, Mrs. Minna Colo,, assistant; Hannah, Mrs.. Emlot Twlto, Mrs. Hons Lee, assistant; Judith, Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. E. E. Berggren, assistant; Martha, Mrs. Henrj' Mahlum. Mrs. John Hansen Jr.,': aisls^nt; Mary, Mrs Ray Rhodes, Mrs. Knut Tangcr- os, asitlstt^t;. Naomi. Mrs. A; H. Schultxj": Rebecca, Mrs. Amelia Johnson,' Mrs. W. Kaltvcd, assistant. ... DOLLIVER, American Legion Auxiliary Elects New Officers Br MRS. V. L. WItALRN The American Legion auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Raymond Olson on Thursday afternoon. Members answering roll call were Mesdames Paul Anderson. Lee Miller, Arthur Schnlttger, Burton Johnson, Fred Simon, Tom Richards, NclU Finn, Albert Hardecopf. Harold Knapp, Roy Kleen, Oliver Stow, Vie ^Vhalen, Marlon Owens. A. R. Eckhart, Tom Clayton, Loren Clayton, Crawford Dickenson and Raj-mond Olson. Guests were Mrs. Robert Simon, Mrs. Ronald Olson, Mrs. Earl Barrett and Mrs. Howard Johnson. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Raymond Olson elected president to succeed Mrs. Vic Whalcn, Mrs. Loren Clayton, vice president to succeed Mrs. Raymond Olson; Mrs. Roy Kleen, chaplain to succeed Mrs. Carl Peterson; Mrs. Tom Richards, sergeant at arms to succeed Mrs. Pete Thelscn. Re-elected were Mrs. Albert Hardecopf, secretary; Mrs. Oliver Stow, treasurer and Mrs. Nelll Finn, historian. Final plana wero made for the county meeting. Poppy money was turned in. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. The July meeting wilt be held In the Legion club rooms with Mrs. Marvin Owens as hostess. Installation of officers will be held with Mrs. Paul Anderson acting as Installing officer. Women's Society Meets. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's .society was called to order by president leading In prayer. - Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. W. .1. Hanson thanked the members fiar their help during the Illness of the Peterson baby and the death Of Mrs. l^anson's mother, Mrs. Ewlng. Mrs. Case asked that new chairmen for. the circles be , appointed before the! next meeting. The hobby table, a project started for this year for tho purpose of having a parsonage fund netted 94,45 at this Meeting. Members are asked to tiring white elephants, baked goods or anything else to each meeting to be. sold among the members. [ S^rs. Otto McCoy and Mrs.' 3. W. ZbrfoBS are In charge of this project . Mrs.'Mervln Smith, county president of the Woman's society cleared up aiveral - pohita In the program of the Woman's society. If possible a delegate should attend the convention at Clear Lake the latter part of June. Mrs. Howard Peterson reported that the Bible school was well attended. The col t'ectlon from the Bible school will be sent to missions. She also gave the lessons oh; "All Children Oyr Concern." The children of o^r country see little of starvation and sorro^ like the war torn countries but we should -and must .think of all children, hdt just our own. Mrs. Peterson used as her text: ."Suffer little children* to come unto Mc, for such Is the kingdom of Heaven." . About. 23 members and two visitors, Mrs. George Thomas and Mrs. Mervlii Smith, attended. Hostesses were Mesdames Ray Griffee, Albert Grlffee. Coyne Russell and J. J. Prohask'a. • ^ iix^. Superior Personal. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nelson and sons of Spirit Lake were dinner guests In the parental Jens Nelson home, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Art Lynch returned Sunday from a week's vacation. They spSnf several days with their son, Sgt. Md Mrs. Jack Lynch of Council Blwffs. They and their grandson, Larry, toured through the. Ozarks.. •Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shore of Now Market and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly of si. Joseph, Mo., stopped bvernlght and visited frionds on their way to spend the summer In northbrji Mlnhesota. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross and family from- Kent Wash., arrived •last We^k ,t9 spend two weeks In the {Rental,<Pscar Gross home and with other relfitlves. M.r. anil Mr^, Otqw Gross attended funeral ^serylees for her aged vncle. U. DaVlds, of Sibley. June 1. OuenU at Hunts. Mr. and Mrs. Molvln Hunt had as their guests lost Sunday the lat- tcr's sister, Helen Schwletert of Burt her brothers', John Schwle­ tert of Burt and Dllman Schwlet­ ert of Washington, D. C. Also cousins Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Schwlet­ ert and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sch­ wletert and daughters, all of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hargrove and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heflcr of Fairmont Barbara Hargrove remained for a few dayv visit with Sarah Hunt. Attending Summer SchooL Mrs. William F. Cass is takln« a lO-wcek's summer school course at Upper Iowa university at Fayette. W. 8. C. S. WUl Meet The W. S. C. S. will meet at tho home of Mrs. Tom Richards on Thursday afternoon, June 12. SLPERtOR Mr anil Mr» S.ilf H»«r«l of T»- UiUt »n<\ Mr «nd -Mn > Ui >*.«f'l Hc.-»r»l of KiK-k InUnil III •|wnt the »«-i -k i-rnl in tisi- Fr. >l !in<l Mr nnil MiH Kdwln Ki. k fvom i MrMi -rt Mo, ».-(•• ilin.i.-r ij»it-«t« »1 th.- 1 F t''lark homr Tu<«iias- and Mr nnd Mr» C Kr*nk Sniilh unit fhtliln-n vUKrtl l-ml uc^K In the A A l.»'»l« homr at s<u(>ri-ior «n<l Frunk Amith hnmo at CMharvtltH. Thry left WrdnrwiAy to trMh (USV- mrr »rh<wl ftl S*U XMU* Clljr. Mr* f't^nk Rco.l nrxii chlUlfcn of .Mpliil l..»k^ . »1'..-«1 .,n Mi« Wkd« Monday Krvierr .Viii .vnAl r-»rk m South A(rl «-4, •oiii.'tlm/'« 1 i»ll.-<J lb'- l »rs;. i-«f «iKi in Ih- wtjrt .1 l« hleg'f th *n eatli<>r\illr. town. IHUly News Frklay, Jitnr l.% lavi S "IIONO KONCi" oponlnK Siimluy iil thi- Criind thiiitrr In (>nck<>d full of clnnKor. myKlory iinil llirHlc. SliirrlnR Roniild K(<«Knn nnd Rhonda FlcmlnR. It U tin- Hlory of ii piloclfMH Idol, n iMwiutlful v it- mhn and ii man with a price on his hond. "The Two Moil«i-k«ti>i<rk" with Tom and JiMry, thi8 yi 'ar 'n aradomy Hward-wlnnlnR fnrloon and Wait DI »ni >y 'H "Thi' OlynipU" ICIk." al .^to will In- nliown. D. L. Owens of East Chain, Minn,, Is convalescing from pneumonia at tho home of his son, Marvin. Donald Owens of Waseca, Minn., spent Saturday at the Owens home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosenow ond Mrs. Jack Benjamin drove to Iowa City on Thursday morning to attend graduation exercises at Iowa university. Lillian Rosenow was a member of the graduating class. They returned homo on Friday evening. Miss Rosenow 'will teach in tho Guthrie Center schoolthls fall. SOCIETY— Oaattone* th was a club visitor. Refreshments were served In late afternoon to Miss Ida Harvoy, Mrs. Mellnda Harvey, Mrs. Susie Harvey, Mrs. Rosetta Myers, Mrs. Harris Myers and Janice, Mrs. Robert Harvey, Mrs. James Whltehouse and Patty, Mrs. William Harvey. Connie and Judy, Mrs. George Harvey and Mildred, Mrs. Harold Lennox, Mrs. Lawrence Hanson, Marcla and Marilyn and Mrs. Lec Shultl. •*• County Crippled Children Chapter Has Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the Emmet County chapter of tho Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Inc., was held Wednesday evening at the homo of Mrs. Lloyd E. Stockdalo, county chairman. Stephen B. Jones, of tho state office was present for the business meeting, which was conducted by Mrs. Stockdalo. He also gave a short talk to the group. Committee reports woi'b hoard for the .past year's work.4i)d the swimming program for'.?'Crippled children was discussed and the announcement made that the pro­ gram would Ro Into I'ffi 'c-l .July 2 with clasHos t'ViM-y Widni'Hdny nior nlng for the tlic nrxl <-lj;ht wn -Us. Jack Bronis will he lnntruc lor for the Hwlinniln« claHHCM Election of offlccrM waB ln'ld with Mrs. Stockdalo bolnn rc-i 'lrcl nd ps county chairman; Hiilli My- II, secretary and Don Sunde, irean uror, also wi-ro re-e|ecti-d. fMrs. William Bennett will b. ^Stcr Seal gale chairman foi next ybttr. William Hamilton will he publicity chairman. Dan Howard. Mrs. Lincoln Shonkwller and Mrn J. E. Wllnion will comprise the fl nance fommlllee. Mrs. H. O. Kwen will DRaln be the county cane work cr. ' Assisting her wlUlie .Mrs. ,lo- soph Hoye and Mrw. ttoUIn Hdelen and one new worker, MrK. Hi>riu-i> Sopor, who win clve Kpocliil atlin- tlon to the older perHooH living in ithn different rent and coiiiilv homes. Directum for the rnllowInK V'O are E. B. BurB. J, V. riurkh'.ji.l. Forrost ChrlHllanxen, Father .1 H Duhlgg, Nvlll Finn, Mrn. John GroiR, Charles Jackson, W L Jiihl. Louis Krior, Joe Oakes, Neln Onh- or, John Questad, Hay IthodeH, Oliver Shonkwller, Clarence Hkatleliu. Karl Vpl|!:t, Dr. O. H. JohoHton and Robert Lee. see Youn NBAHBST KAISER^FRAZER OEAUER TODAY (ft n m -< 5 0 0 " ae u "i- u 0 t u !J K lit-' •« c M: a I' ID tl I •I' •€'• • > u ' .» kf. «*, ..wd die '52 I^r has a wiodsbieU that eogs out ut case 9f 8ev«v« im |>9Ct." 0 c ? 3 ID » > « n ?; n 0 n > r • n a-' 0 0 -««5 VOU « NEAReaT A'ZBR O BAUER TO OAV Sweet Reason for Saving BuiUUag • bank acoount for a youiigtt«r •^oiiUhciiting MoIi.bixtluUiy with a tub* i^ttil difMifit— it«iMaxt-wpmning tx* p«iitBG« lor all paxantf. Try it kera. . 2% Interest ' ' l^ayable Seml-Annually ic^a l^ust & Savings Baiik Yblir de|M>iBit8 insured up to $10,000 WmtM OF. TUS: 'mSO^»Ah BESEBVIS OTSTIUf JOP QUALITY 'PLANNED INSTALLATION GRIIN COLONIAL ALL-PURPOSI FURNACE — ••lily conv*iUd (rem co*l to oil «i H«nd or ittWi fi'^d, W<rm (ill«'*d «ir (or el*«nli. ntii tnd camfott. Cuilom initdUd by • •p*ri*neid woilmtn (o (it your homi. "ConYtni»nl Uim»." 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