Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 14, 1952 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Saturday, June 14, 1952
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Social News ArmHlronp[ 4Uar Society llostossps at Style Shoiv Gity Council Conducts Variety of Business Hit!! Mombprs of St. Mary'-'' Altni- so- oioty ot ArniHtronp; wore lio.stcs .si'M to nil lYvomrn'.s orftnniznfloiia of ArniHtroriK ohiirrlios nrul to Calli- olic womon finni Ksthorvillr, Fnir- niont, SpiritvL.ikr, Lrdyiircl, linn- cioft, Swca City nnd RIngHtnd at n toil nnd Vtyin show TlnirRday p. HI, Approximately 27B womon wrro In ntlcndnncp for tlio orcnslon. As Muosts arrived tlipy woro firrctcd and prfsonted with ii rod roso, aCtor wliicli tlioy worn arrvpd pinuli. MrM. John Snirni, Mrs. Kd- waid Hwarlz. Mrs. .lohn Schuffcr and Mr.i. yVliC^Sbronson of ninfi:- Ktod jii 0Hii (<«d'fit tho punch howls. p'ollowinK a.'^sombly of tlio KiioMt.f a .ityio sliow, tlio thonio of which was "Jimo, Month of Brido.s" wa.s Kivon v'il'' "• oornjileto bridal par­ ly, clotHos approt)rialo for wedding Kuo.sta, clolho.s for Iho hrido on her woddInK trip and froclt.s for v.onr upon .setting; up hou.sokoop- inj:. Tho lirldal scono wa.s the most .strikiUK feature of the show and waM a pretty s'lKhl from the liri<le in her (jpwn of Chantilly lace, with .senior train nnd her veil falllnR in soft fold.s, to her attendnnt.s who wore nowns of identical dosiRn. Tlie maid of honor wore purple net witli niatehinp; hat and tho hride.s- maid wore i)ink net. * Then, ospeeially amonp tho older ni.'iny a niemor>- wa,s evoked as Mrs. I .iOon I^ooft modeled tho iveddinK Rown of ye.ster-yenr, that of lier aunt, Mrs, D. A, FilzKibbona. A bridesmaid's Rown of the .same pprlod, belonRinR to Mrs. Kdwnrd Fitzperald, wnH modeled by Mrs. Clement BrandenborR. Two more Rowns of d.aya of long SRo, appropriate for formal wed- dinR .s were shown. Mrs. Oma Man- Rold wore an outfit, which had be- lonRod to tho Into Mrs. James Es- posot of Esthervlllo. It was complete with dress, shop's, hat, purse, Rloves and even a chiffon bon. Mrs. Charles Ne.ary niodclod a •beautiful Rown of yellow lawn and black Incp. Tho was 75 year.s old and was loaned by Elmer Kessler of Fairmont. Another Rown, lovely to look at ond worn for a different typo of woddinR than tho othora, was the white slipper satin bridal Rown worn by Miss Betty Kennedy when alio entered tho Convent. The ROwn was modeled by her sister-in- law, Mrs. Robert Kennedy. Shops from the towns throuRhout the area loaned clothes to be modeled. These included Christenaon's latoro ot Estherville, with PcRRy and Joan Richmond each modellnR two complete outfit.s. They showed two linen .suits, on unlined suit and ;i sports outfit. Mary Ellen Stelner modeled lor the Oift Garden.••-She worn a summer dress of Rreen nylon w-ith mnt- chinR accessories. Mario Sandt, Myrna Neinian and Marlene Polersnn modeled complete outfits from Homsey's store M Armstronp. Many other lovely outfits were shown by courtesy of the different stores nnd then the puesta WPrp pleased to watch some of tho Rirls model clothes which tjiey had made themselves. Judy KlnRSton and Marie Sandt ahowod the dresses which won for them the Home Ec- ononilca prize at ArmstronR this spriuR. Janice Thorson showed the formal, of yellow embroidered organdy, with pert little white jacket, dcBiRned nnd made by herself, which siie wore at the Miuson City Band Festival, where ahe reiRned at! queen. These were just part of the 25 models wliich took part in the afternoon's showinR, encli doioR a creditable performance for which tlio ArmstronR womon are most np prociative. er.4 in pastel shades of Rreen. white and pink. 'I'he cenleri )leee wn.s flanked by candles in p.astt >l KIUHI- es. Tho other appointments of crystal and silver and i)latea of dainty refreahnients all added to tho beauty of the table. Mrs. Edward FltzRorald and Mrs. n. A. FitZRlbbons presided at the tea t .'i- ble. . . • After the ton, the Rrotip was t.a- ken upslnirs where they listened to the orRan nnd choir before svi 'nd- inR their way home. Mr.s. Edward KitzRorald is president of the Altar society nnd Mrs. J, F. O 'Neill was Renernl phnirmnn of thi^ ten nnd Btyle show. Mrs. O'Neill did tho nnrrntiUR for llie style show also. Included in those attondiuR from Estherville were Mrs. F. G. Paraona Sr., Mra. U. R. Tllle.a, Mrs. OeorRo Reuland, Mra. William Hamilton, Mrs. O. M., Mias Nell Saner, Mrs. Milo GIUeRpie. Mrs. Orval Clark, Mrs. Lloyd Houseman, ^rrs. Art West, Miss Knthloen Miller and Mrs. Sam Wood. The members of the society are most Ri'nteful nnd appreciative to all those who helped to make the afternoon of fellowship and entertainment tlie liltRo success th .Tt it * Annoiinecs KnpiRpment Of Sylvia Kuth Niusbj-. Mrs. Josle Nnsby of Esthor\'ille announces tho onRnRemont and ap- proachinR marrlapo of her daughter, Sylvia Ruth to Mr. Norman Lundy, .son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lundy of Lake Crystal, Minn. The wedding date is set for Sept. 7. • Mrs. srartin Staiiwlck Uonore<l at Coffeo Parfr. Mrs. Martin Stanwick of Faribault, Minn., who is visiting friends and relatives here, was honored yesterday afternoon at a coffee party by Mrs. Ed Stanwick at tlio Clarence Olaon home. After a social afternoon refreshments were served by tho hoateaa to Mrs. C. O. Anderson, .Mrs. Lyli Sather and Marii>nno, Mrs. Martin Bronleeweo, nnd Mrs. Otto Opheim of Petersburg. Invitpd but unabb to attpnd were Mrs. Harold Stan •wick of Jaokson and Mrs. .lohn Wiesku.s of Peter.shurg. * I'^clnin Demoney I'luys At Muslcale Music ot tho romantic and modern periods was played by Edwin Demoney last night at a nuisicale held at the home of Mr. ••ind Mrj. Robert Lee. Mr. Demonoy is an advanced piano student of Mr. Lee's. "Grillen" by Schumann opened hia i)rogram and waa followed by two selections by Chopin: "Prelude in C minor" and "Polonaise on C Sharp Minor." He also pl .ayod tho "Prelude from Suite BergumaHquo" by Debussy. "Romance" hy SlMUlU and "Pollchlnellfi" by R-iclimanloff Refreshments were 'served fol lowing the music. $.20.2 .19.2 .18.5 .18.5 The ramp,- upon which tho models appeared waa all in while, sur- rovindi'd by garden flowers, peonies, iris and daisies. p'oUowing, the stylo show, Ruesla were treatud to a iia and program: Music was furnished hy Mrs. Frank Colgrove with her nc- cordion and Kay Fitzgerald, who sang gypsy songs. A(rs. Colgrove and Miss Fitzgerald were appropriately dressed for their parts in gypsy costumes. A tap dancing team from Swea City, "the Swea-etles," tapped out a. number, "B\iek and Wing." They wei'e also in costume for their number. The team was presented by .Mrs. Gavariek of Swea City, as waa Billy Gardner, who presented "Tho Old Soft Shoe." Mra. Hive, of Fairmont, present­ ed.Susan Morris in the "Bob-Bon Ballot." The tea table was covered by a green cloth and was centered by .». floral arrangement of spring flow- Mrs. James Loewenberg Honored At Household .Shower Mra. James Loewenberg was th.- guest ot honor last night at r. household shower given for her last night by Mrs. Gilbert Burgesa, Mrs. Stanley Jensen of Rlngsted, Mrs. Ervin Loewenberg nnd Mrs. Ralph Loewenberg of Armstrong and Mrs. Laverne Phillips at the liomc. The Burgess home was decorated with bouquets of peonies for tha occasion. The evening's entertainment consisted of three contest ge.mea which were won by Mrs. Ed McKean, Joan Bolty and Mrs. Dennis Loewenberg. Mrs. Ijje.wenberg opened her many attractive as well as practical gifts after which rofroshmenls were served by ttie hostesses. Those attending other than al- leady mentioned were Mra. Roy Dahna, Mra. H. A. Ixiewenberg, Mra. Albert Loewenberg and Mra. Marvin LIURO of Armstrong, Mr Mabel Brady, Mrs. Ro;ie Bolty, Mrs. Ted Burns, Mrs. Art Leo, Mrs. Clarence Enderson and Mrs. George Loewenberg of Fairmont. Mrs. Nels Flint of Rlngsted and Mrs. Jerry Nelson of Fairmont sent gifts but were unable tii attend. * 47 Present ut Country Club Ladles Day Ladles actlviliea at the Estherville Golf and Country club tliis week included golf, bridge and a noon luncheon Thursday with 17 members in .•ittendanoo. Mrs. Earl Bagan and Mrs. Vanoe Crim were in charge iif arrangements and registration of Rueata. Foui" tables of bridge were in play for the afternoon's gnmi'. Prize winners were Mrs. FranI; Ptaff, high and Mis. E. W. Rol)ln- son, low. Thirty women braved tho sun Turn to pagn -I, enhinm « rOIINfUL CHAAmER. C 'lT^' MALr-. K.STIIEIlVn.LE, lOW.A 7:S0 p. ni., Monday, .fune I, IBK Council met in regular session cnllod to order by Mayor Howard. NremhPis present: Hoffman, Prior, Kilgore, Sopor (Rodger, iibaont) The City Clerk read tin- minutes of all meetings from May 5 to date. On motion the mlhutoK were approved after the correction of motion of May R to read: "East Side of N. nth St." in place of ".V. flth St." On motion the Mayor's report w;i.s appioved ;.s presented. The City Clerk presented hia monthly finnneini report. On motion tile repoit svas approved and published. On motion a Resolution was passed, adopted nnd approved whereby the working conditions were improved for every department following a program of rigid economy nnd efficiency in order to avoid depletion of their budgets, Urins Uptagrafft appeared complaining that his road was not completed. No action was taken. EJrnest Smith appeared presenting a bid for a Ford tractor nnd mower. No action was taken. On motion the City Cierk was authorized to transfer $5,000.00 from the Utility Fund (Lights) to the General Fund, and $20,000.00 from the Utility Fund (Lights) to the Street Fund, to secure the approval of tho State Comptroller on same, and the City Clerk and Troaauror were authorized to correct their books accordingly. On motion Ordinance No. 27-B was read for tho second time and adopted. Four bids were received for 8,000 to 10,000 gallons of gasoline to be used in the next six month's period. Those submitting bids are as follows: 1—Standard Oil Company 2—Diamond D-X 3.—Markloy Oil Company 4—Hammond Oil Company On a seci'ot ballot taken, on motion Markley Oil Company was awarded tho contract for gasoline On motion a Resolution was pa.saed, adopted and approved al lowing the construction of curb and gutter Improvement on both sides of N. 12th Street from 2nd Ave. N, to 4th Ave. N. ns Set forth in said plat and schedule on file in the City Clerks office for public in spection, and the City Engineer di rocted to insert such valuation tho plat and schedule. On motion tho Insurance Survey a.s completed by tho City Clerk was approved and the City Clerk was instructed to plan the Increase as he sees fit. On motion the Monthly Milk Ro port as tiled hy Dr. H. L. McMillan was approved. On motion free lights for tho baseball field were given tho Base ball club tor this year. The City Clerk presented the fol lowing IJIIIS that wore approved by the Finance Committee: BILLS GENERAL FUND Higley Chemical Company, supplies Sanitary Supply Service, supplies Western Surety Company, attorney's bond Glenn L. Story, overtime Russell Peterson, overtime Roderick Rice, council meeting P. E. Rosendnhl, legal service Eugene Bolty, council meetings Andor.son-Schenck, supplies Esthervlllo Dally News, publishing and supplies Esthervlllo Hardware, supplies Esthervlllo Enterprise, publishing Hardware, Elec. & Supply Co., supplies Ted Mathison, painting Northern Lumber Co., niati'rial Lewis K. Salyers, plumbing H. }•'. Steinniann .Sr., labor IIj:ilmer Matheson, lalior Ray .M:irley, labor .^6.35 10.90 4.00 12.00 Oscar Anderson, labor 60.00 UTILITIES FUND rcns. State of lown, use In-x 34;66 Mrs.Joo Shcltren, overpayment on water bill 16.32 Claude Randolph, overcharRO 5.37 Bloctric Light Bond Ret., tranaCor . 4,000.00 E. K. Vaubel, overcharfiro on W. S. 8.7B Snles Tax Refund, sales tax collected 389.44 Electrlct Light Sink (Util.) tronsfor 3,869.81 Glenn L.. Story, cxp, to T >eH Moines . -• i .. 84,56 CIci'k of DWt.Coiirt, court cost-^t. Ttlx Conumi- 98,89 Mertdn MaSon, overtime 8.10 Peoples Nat. Gas Co., fuel 8,291.10 Peoples Nat. Gas Co., fuel 100.00 \V. D. Allen Mfg. Co., equipment ."59.60 American Standard Radiator, supplies 6.87 Blackmar Pump Co., supplies 32.67 Crane Company, supfiltes 54.30 Crescent Electric Supply, supplies 172.14 Crown Signals, Inc., supplies 77.39 Electric Supply Co., supplies 10.23 General Electric Supply Co., supplies 36.9-1 Globe Machinery & Supply Co., supplies 308.86 Graybar Electric Company, supplies 226.27 lown Electric Company, supplies 276.25 3. W. Mnrtell Company, supplies 13.72 Neptune Meter Company, supplies 132.10 Nordbcrg Mfg. Co., supplies 216.80 Rockwell Mfg. Co., supplies 115.79 Sebastian Diesel Equipment Co., equipment 186.37 Sioux Falls Paint & Glass, paint 39.70 Soft Water Supply Co., supplies 14.58 Terry-Durin Company, parts 95.72 Tropical Paint * Oil Co., supplies 18.50 Glenn L. Story, cash paid out 7.06 J. W.,Van Valkcnburg, overtime 3.94 Merton Mason, overtime and fires 1170 Glenn Krantz, overtime and fires 6.75 Alvin Stuelond, overtime .90 Malvin Peterson, overtime 3.18 Gilbert Smith, overtime 148.50 Army Surplus Store, supplies -71 B. & B. Implement Co., supplies ?-24 C. R. I. & P. Ry. Co., S freight 11.38 W. S. Clark Agency, bond- Entjorseroent Ins. 3.00 Estherville Iron Works, t * suppHoB and repairs 2.7; Estherville Hardware, supplies 5.19 Hardware, Electric & Supply Co., supplies I-'IO H. & O. Transfer, freight 29.63 K. & K. Hardware, supplies 2.13 Herb C. Weber, labor 272.-10 Lyman Oil & Supply, Alvin Sweet, labor 18.40 oil nnd supplies ?,<).?,r, Roy Swnlve, labor 1!i:!.20 Markley Oil-Co., gas. 67.22 H. F. Sleinmann Sr., diesol nnd kero. 67.22 labor 8.40 M. & St. L. Ry. Co., 1.63 Hjalmer Matheson, labor 35.20 freight 1.63 Ray Marloy, labor .32.20 Motor Supply Co., supplies 22.70 Oscar Andoraon, labor 60.47 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Robert Corby, labor 263.74 service ' 60.14 Clarence Bowen, Inhor 4.00 Nichols Proas, supplies 17.2!) Jack Elde, Itibor 8.00 Northern Lumber Co., STREET FUND material 12.68 Russell Peterson, expense Rogers Repair Shop, to Dos Moines 14.86 repairs i .ns W. D, Allen Mfg. Co. Rhodes Motor Company, equipment 3.52 repairs 32.70 Liquid Carbonic Corp., Riggs Service, gas .93 supplies 11.02 Typewriter Exchange, nd Pltillips Supply Co.. ding machine & sup. 200.07 supplies 27,87 Thomas Motors, supplies- 3.03 Sinclair Refining Co., oil 28.64 Welding Supply Co.. , Standard Oil Company. supplies 6.12 asphalt and kero. 302.00 Jack Waldron, labor 33.60 Vogel Paint & Wax Co., Herbert Schoening, labor 21.60 point 88.74 B. F. Booth Sr., labor 21.60 Glenn L. Story, Russell Carlson, labor 83.60 cash paid out 7.66 Donald Spoo, labor 4.40 Molvin Hockett, overtime 34.08 Harold Dally, labor 8.40 Army Surplus Store, Donald Stevens, labor 12.00 supplies • 8.65 Enrl Markloy, labor 8.80 B. & B. Implement Co., supplies *j 22 Estherville Iron Works, 13.80 supplies and rcpali a 13.80 Estherville Hardware, 28.41 supplies 28.41 Eathervilln Sand *r Gravel Co., material 22.5!) Firestone Stores, supplies 198.08 Hardware, Elec. & S\ip- 4.12 ply Co., supplies 4.12 Turn to page 4, eolumn 4 Estherville, Iowa, Daily News Sat., June 14, 1952 2 Aiulerson-Schenck 105 S. 6th Pli. 205 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Our hot weather menu, that is . . . it's B hit with the entire family. Save Mom the trouble . . . eat out . •'. . i?at at 'is.' .1. ' ' i, - • ,- 1 •.' 1. -,' ..(• GOOD FOOD-FRIENDLY ATMOSPHEM [IC DOWN STAIRS, GAARDE BUILDING 7TH AND CENTRAL Open Every Day from 5 a. m. to 8 p. m. Commander Elevators Your t'ttsy-to-shoji headquarters for mm Commander Elevators Hitnlinglon, loMa Phono 44 W.I iiiiUiervllltt W. v.. SEKMANN. Aluiiueor Hardware Lumber Grain per cwt. • 207o Ghlck Startei', S5.30 17% Chick Grower, $4.95 24% Pig Starter, §5.35 40% Hog Concentrate, $6.10 60% Tankage, $6.30 Soybean Oil Meai, $5.30 Unseed Oil Meal $2 dUoount on (on orders l^^^S&^'y INTHtPUBUSMINO 6IMMICK?/gR|N(55 PEOPLt T06ETHER IKE A MUTUAL INTEREST f1

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