Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 13, 1952 · Page 6
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UriofM ill ilie NrwH Junior Drum and ButrJe Corps To Ortranize Monday Thii KsttUMvillc .Im\i(M nmni and Bujtlc corps, unili'i llic iliri'C- llon of Woodiow FciKuson. will hold nn orpaniziition mootinp iiiid rirst rchrnrsal of tlic summer Monday niornlriK nt fl o'clock. All hoy.s ftnd slrlR Intori'.Mtod in joininn llm Junior Drum corp.s am iiski-d Id roport Mondn.v morning; at Ihr liiKh school hand room. I^'crmi.'^dn said today that roRiilar rilicaiHal.'; ari> planned for Monday, Wednesday and Thursday morning from H to 10 o'clock for an eisht-week jiei- iod. The Junior corps is undir thi' .slion.sorship of the city park honid Btliioii mil and duUKhtcrs, .^Irs. nichnrd Davis and Mrs. lion H"i4- ue of Topfka, Kans.. have lieen vacationing^ at the Lakes the p:i.<t week and aL^o have visited ai th" homo of Mr. and Mrs. I.oiiis Hill They returned yestr>rday m Tope ka. Dollivrr Kami a( F.-slival The Dnlliver schonl hiind men, hei-.s went liy bus to M.ison City Tuesday to .-ilt.'nd the .-innual Noilh I(iu;i Band Festival. Tho-u- making thi' trii) .'ne Clair Anderson. Galen B.iit. A!;iry I.oti Bart l/ori.s Bondluis. Jean Hulterfiold, John Bullerfield. M.irityn Butterfield. Alan fl.insen. U'.Lunita C'lau- ;:en. Emma Jean I-;van.s. Kay Ann I'lvans. I-Uilii It liiidreth. I'Jllis IIoll. Pale Hoil, Marlys J.ssen. M.-mci! Laidij,'. Sli.-iron .-Steele. Luann Stnv.-. I'.-itsy Stow. M.i?j(irie Wi 'her and Beverly V:ilen. Other h.tnd mem- l.ers not alti'nding ueie Nancy Butlerfield. Dorothy Feddelson. Annette Herum. Willmn Horum. .•^heryl Knutsnn and Michael Poton. The uroup was accompanied bv Mrs Neill Finn, nui.-ic instructor Mrs. Alfred Clausen. Mrs. Carl Criese. Mrs Wilbur Hildreth. Mi3. Claude .'Steele. Mrs. Oahn Webt r and Mr Carl Griese. driver cjf th,^ bus. Waterloo Courier Rai«>es Weekly Rate Waterloo, la., June 13 i.-P'- Increased publication cost is Kiven as the reason for an increa.^e in the price of the Wiiterloo Courier when delivered by carrier "The new rate is 40 cent.^ w.ek- ly by carrier in the city zono — Waterloo and Cedar Falls. This is up five cent.s for the previous rate for six i==ue.=. The we.-kly rate In the remainder of the Courier's circuIaT.'o.j t.;r;tory w.-i.c not incrcastci The change wat announcc-d i-ar- !»r this week by the ns-.vspaptr. Pleads Innocent To Manslaushter ACROBATIC DANCKRS IX Mr.^. Doris Jacobs- troupe, who recently appeared in a dance review h. ro are iKfl ;o rif:hti Diane White. Shery] Crim, Fort Dodie. la.. June le Wallace Wildt. 2.';. accU5. d in con- j nection with th-- d.'ath of Oral ; Hampton. 53. in a tavem assault j hero yesterday, pi-.aded not sruilty' to manslautrhter charffes iwiay and wa.s bound over to await the ar- j tion of the jrrar.d jury. j Wildt is beinf: held in heu cf $10,000 t>ond. the amount £••, police Judce Elmo McCcrniick. Hampton, /arn-.-r n-ar Barnum. divJ visteiday. 12 hours aft. r h-- was allvged-y struck ecv.r. -.n a ."on! tavern hy Wil.Jt. Adopts Budget Of S904M0 (Young's Studio photo, Daily News cnRravlnB) Vicki Sawyer, Cynthia Krlcr, Becky Nizzi, and Colleen Sawyer. The girls are some of the youngest members of the troupe. De? Moines. June 13 <.V> -- The .Aurastana Luther.'jn church has by . approved a budpet of JKK.iWO to \ cover operations for the year 1&54. The S'.rd annual synod of the church adopte-d the budpett Yesterday. The 1954 ficrure is S15S.900 more than the budpet for the current year and $66.6>'>0 more than the budpet for 1953. In other business action day. the delepatcs: Authorized a committee to study a propo.sal for a Lutheran L'niver- sity of America. Heard a report that the baptized mpmbership of the church now is 470. Vji. an incrca.se of 11.4f(7 ov-r i9yj. Charles LAUGHTON • Boris KARLOFF Sally FORREST • Richord STAPLEY TODAY AND SATURDAY {Cohrbi/ TECHNICOLOR She'.s Whacky in khaki G. I. JANE" 7 SoHK Scnsation.s jJmVEREr i RIO GRRNDE , tncKs sjii^i Ilia OBRIEN MOEN -mER -A y. mm SUNDAY AND MONDAY THAT A114ECHNIC6L0R The Weather OFFlCI.AIv—TEJIPERATIRKS Maximum yesterday: 95. Minimum last night: 75. TOD.AVS Temperatures: Wind direction Wind velocity: Barometer: WEATHER 8 lu ni. Xoon 84 75 : S E 10 40 29..71 29..58 ester- Ostrich farms were first developed as a commercial source of cs- trich plumes about 1S57. THE DRUG STORE YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS , Pharmacistj! on duty at' all times. R"r\ing your prescription needs promptly and efflcientlv. VERVE Nyai .w, CRAIG COLSTON and J. L. HOYE Phone 13 IOWA FORECA.ST Partly cloudy, a little warmer northeast this afternoon, little change in temperature elsewhere, high 90 to 94 northeast, 95 to 100 elsewhere. • Mostly fair tonight and Saturday except for widely scattered showers northeast and extreme west. Continued warm and humid. Low tonight 65 to 70 west, 68 to 75 cast. High Saturday 85 to 92 northwest. 95 southeast. Further outlook: Sunday partly cloudy with no important temperature change, scattered showers or thunderstorms developing in west in late afternoon or evening. IOWA FIVE-DAV OITLOOK Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degree.>5 above normal. Normal high 83, normal low 61. Continued warm. Precipitation will average one-half to three-fourths of an inch a.s scattered showers and thunderstorms Sunday and again around Wednesday. .MINNESOTA FORECAST Partly cloudy with no important temperature changes tonight and Saturday, scattered showers and thunderstorms extreme cast. Low- tonight 55 to 60 north, 60 to 65 in south. High Saturday around 70 northeast to 82 southwest. Many of the advances of modern chemistry resulted from attempts by alchemists of the Middle Ages to make gold from baser metals. Started Chicb SPECIALS White Leghorn Pullets Austra-White Pullets Hamp-White Pullets (Two and Thrr-e Weeks Old) WOODLEY'S HATCHERY South 6th St. — KHthervllle GOT OUB WA* AH, WHllT A r-GGLlM'.' V~ E .V £M TH' WiSefilS ARE CAKPETt-P WITH FIXWGKS, ^UROUOl &G SKi/...AH,WOW IF I. CCXJLl> kEMEMBGR A BeAUTiiuL. ejcm^o POEM ^ TO taO WITH IT-LET^ / leM T THIS EMOUaH? MO/ \ I 'M SMOK.IMC3. •-WHY f WE'RE ALL. COIMO BATTV^-AT ALL < SHCWS AWP (3AMIE& \ MISS HALF OF THEM, WATCHIKJC FDR POPCORW, PEANUT ANP HAMBURGER. VENJPORS.' DOLLIVER Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tvedte left on Monda.v morning for Iowa City where Mr. Tvedte will attend summer classes at Iowa university. Mr. and Mrs. S. Guddal of Thor spent Tuesday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. William Stow. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jensen and .son, Jamie, of Lone Rock were Sunday evening visitors at the O. P. Stow homo. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schnittger drove to Camp McCoy, Wis., on Sunday to get their son, Pfc. Harold A. Schnittger, who recently arrived from Germany. Pfc. Schnittger has spent the past three years and three months in Schwahaclt, Germany, with the army of occupation. He has been witli the headquarters battery of the Seventh Field Artillery battalion. Melvin Hunt was called to Libertyville, 111., on Saturday to make funeral arrangements for his uncle, George Hunt, who passed away Saturday morning. Melvin is the only surviving close relative. Members of the Dolliver school band ^d their director, Mrs. NelU Finn, spent Tuesday in Mason City taking part in thp band festival. Mr. and Mrs. Erring Rasmussen spent the week end with relatives at Exiro. Mrs. Willis Eiwood, mother of Mrs. Rasmussen accompanied them home for a few days visit. Missouri Plays Holy Cross Today NCAA BASEBALL TOUBNKV Thursday's Scores MLssouri 15, Colorado State 1 Holy Cross 6, Western Mich. 1 Duke 18, Oregon State 7 Penn State 6, Texas 3 Friday's SchPtlulo Noon—Texas vs Oregon State (loser eliminated) 2:30 p. ni.—Western Michigan VJ Colorado State (loser eliminated) 6 p. m.—Duke vs Penn State 8:30 p. m.—Holy Cross vs MIR» souri. Omaha, June 13 i/P) — Unless there are a couple of surprises, that foxy old major leaguer Jack Coom bs Is going to retire with the realization of his fondest dream—np NCAA baseball championship. The former Philadelphia Athletics hurlcr Is leaving Duke univer Bity this season at the age of 70. Ho wants the NCAA title as a climax to his 32 years of coaching. On strength of their performance In beating Oregon State 18-7 in the first round, the Blue Devils appear ready nnd able to s-atLsfy their coach. ••k * MISSOURI, Holy Cross and Penn State were in the winners' bracket Thursday nnd To.xas, Western Michigan, Colorado State and Oregoa State In the loijers' bracket. All entrants return to action today, sirice teams must lose twice to bo eliminated. Baseball exports around here don 't believe Duke la going to loso twice In this meet. Oregon ' State' stirred hopes for an upset yeitorday by clouting Duke's ace Joe Lewis for six runs and a 6-4 lead In the second inning. But the potency of Duke's attack smashed State in the end. Penn State has its chance tonight at 6 p. m. (CST). The easterners boat off Texas' two-run ninth nning rally in the first round for a 5-3 victory over the Longhorns, wlco the national champ, * * V MISSOURI and Holy Cross talto over the second feature spot tonight at 8:30 p. m. (CST), The Big Seven conference champions battered Colorado State 15-1 In their first appearance In which they showed a sharp pitcher, Don Boenker, who scattered seven hita. Holy Cross, coached by Jack nrry, who like Coombs, Is a form- r member of the Athletics of long ago, came up with a nifty job. in defeating Western Michigan 5-1 behind the five-hit hurling of Jim O'Neill. Texas makes its comeback bid against Oregon State and Western Michigan and Colorado State arc matched In afternoon games. Obituary Fiitiernl Field For Ex-Resident Of Estheiville Funeral services for Mrs. George Mauer, 58, former Estherville woman, .nt 9 a. m. May 30 at Mater Dolornsa church in Madclla, with the Rev. Father Frank Enrlght officiating. Interment wns in Calvary cemetery. Mrs. Mauer was horn Dec. 3, 1893, near Madella, the daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Michael Daley. ShQ I attended Mater Dolorosa school in Madella and Good Counsel academy in Mankato. On Nov. 17, 1917, she married George T. Mauer at St. Patrick's church in Iowa City. The couple lived in Iowa City, Estherville nnd moved to Madella in 1918. Surviving are her husband; two children, Harold George Mauer of Mankato, Minn., and Mrs. Sidney (Kathryn) Munsen of Mllbank, S. D.; five grandchildren; two brothers, Jim and John Daley of Madella; and a sister, Mrs. Lawrence Brandon of St. James. Mrs. Mauer died at 9 p. m. May 27 in St. Joseph's hospital In Mankato, where she had been a patient for three weeks with n chronic heart ailment. L:stlii'rviUc, Iowa, Oaily New^ Friday, June 13> 19fiJ8 e New York City Is fed milk by alt New York state, parts of six other states, and sometimes even by two Canadian provinces. The sea contains from- 6 to 276 parts of gold per 100 million parts of water. Is This Your License Number? 32.249 If it isr clip this ad and you will receive a F B I! £ ORE.'VSK job. Please stop In within the next two weeks at Mart's Skelly Service. 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