Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 14, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

Estherville, Iowa
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Saturday, June 14, 1952
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Brfcfs ill tlic NPHS Six Students from Area Graduate from Iowa State College * * * six students from the Eathcr- vlIlR area were amonir 949 awarded deRroPs and certificates last niRht at the 81st annual commencement of Iowa State college. In addressing the gmduatcs, Dr. Charles E. Frllcy, college president, told them that modern Americans place great omphoais on mere size and numbers, but that in the field of education the splendor of growth, of quantity and of size has caused neglect in a far more importniit and enduring value—the quality of education and the quality of its product. "There is one factor that will affect your future perhaps more than any other, and that 14 your decision abp.uttthe quality o^ .your work," Dr. Friley said. "I hope as a result of your life and work at Iowa State college you have discovered that the essence of scholarship and Judgment is quality—to know things well, to do things well, and to keep things and ideas in balance." Graduates from, this area and their majors include Doris Kreutzkampf of Terrll, home economics education who will be- Events Calendar come home agent of the extension r.ervlce at Blue Earth. Minn.- Charlos Jackson of Estherville, history; Chaunrcy Olo.son of Esthcr- vllliif, agricultural education who was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant In the army reserve; Elmer Wclr of Estherville, agricultural education; George Hess, physical education, teach at Gladbrook; Robert Enrringcr of Graeltinger, agvlcul- turaj education, teaching at Terrl'.. Sunday GruTer Presbyterian Church. • 11 a, m. Special Father's day services. Men's choir. The Rev. Thonjas B. Melton of Estherville win speak.. Monday All PeoplA'M Group of the Christian Church. 1 p. m. Mrs. Waldo Brink, leader. Meet at Riverside park for a picnic. St. Margarofs Clrcl««. 2 p. m. Meet at the home of Mrs. Isador Neppl; Mrs. Frank Ix)wn, .assistant hostess. St. Francis Circle. 8 p. m. Meet at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Theil, Mrs. Laverdis Neppl, assisting hostess. Christian VouiJt FollowNhip of the Christian Church. 8:30 p. m. Box social at the church. Public is invited. James Simpson will act as auctioneer. Tuesday Social Order of the Beauoeant. 2:30 p. m. At the Masonic hell. Meeting and initiation 8:45 p. m. Pot luck. supper. Mission Circles' of the." EstherviUe Luthnran W.M.K. 2:30 p. m. Liydia,. meet with MLss Myrtle Hanson, Mrs.- Norman Ingvall, assistant; Anna, Mrs. Anna Sha)v, Mrs,' .Olaf Michaelson, assistant; Ddborah, Mrs. M. N. Berge; .EU^ji^ljeth, Mrs. B. O.' Wolden, Mrs. Oden, Wee, assistant; Esther, Mrs. O, N. RefscU, Mrs.-Minna Cole, assistant; Hannah, Mrs. Emict Twito, Mrs. Hans Lee, assistant;-Judith, Mrs.- J. H. Taylor, Krs. E.- E. Berggren, aasistanl; Martha, Mrs. Henry Mahlum, Mrs. John Hansen Jr., assistant; Mary, Mrs Ray Rhodes, Mrs. Knut Tanger- oa, assistant; Naomi; Mrs. A. H. Schultz; Rebecca, Mrs. Amelia Johnson, Mrs. W. Kaltved, assistant. / Rebokah Lodge. , ' 8 p. m. At the I.O.O.P. hall. Mrs. Ray Miller presiding. Staff will practice for rfeturnlng the traveling emblem. 'Refreshments. Wednesday^ White Shrine; , . ' 6:30 p. m. Pot luck; dinner. No formats. Elpction of necessary officers. , i',E .o,,„.,,. . 2:30 p. m. Meet ot the home of Mrs. C.-' Robinspn. Special meeting for'report of, state convention by Mrs. H. L. MoMlllan. Hold Grave.side Services Graveside services for Randolph Leroy Richard, three-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Richard of Estherville, are being held at 2:30 p. m. today at the Pleasantview cemetery at Hartley. Randolph died Thursday afternoon at Holy Family hospital. He Is survived by his parent.s. To Receive First Communion Climaxing a two-week vacation Bible school of St. Patrick's Catholic congregation will be a children's high mass beginning at 9:1B a. m. Sunday. Twenty-eight children will receive their first communion at the mass. The children's choir will sing "Missa de Angelus." A breakfast for the children and parents will follow the service In the Shore room of the Gardston hotel. Receiving first holy communion will be Richard Bacon, Donald Curry, Michael Donovan, Gary Hufstader, John Hassel, James Hoban, David Koch, Howard Metzter, Donald Mitchell, Larry Neppl, Eugene Schachercr, William Thclen, Daniel Wlaschln, George Boggesa, Bornadctto Brinkman, Mary Jo Deeny, Linda Eral, Judy Pay, Maureen Gruah, Mary Fries, Raylene Jeanotto, Cathrine Marriot Maureen Motfltt, Kathleen Relnhart, Nancy Schacherer, Sharon Smith, Sandra Thompson and Leslie Boggesa. Retailers To Meet Member-s of the Chamber of Commerce retail committee will meet Mondi^v night at 7:30 at the Chamber of!Commerce office. The meeting Is called by committee chairman William Bennett. Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting. Fish Day Registration Registration for Kids' Fish day begins today at the municipal swimming pool. Those who wish to participate in the event are askeJ to leave their names at the poo' anytime through Tuesday. The event will take place from 1^30 to 3:30 p. m. Wedne.sday at the West Des Moines river site. Children 6 through 1!5 years of age are eligible to compete for the many prizes offered to both boys and girls. To Attend IMiisic Camp Four Estherville high school music students have enrolled in the All-Stttte Music camp which will be held at the University of Iowa campus beginning Sunday, according to the S. U. I. Information Service. Enrolled are Lora Christiansen, Donald Johnson, Kathleen Wjrlr and Marilyn Weir. The two•week camp will offer instruction In band, orchestra, theory, music appreciation, conducting, ensemble work, reed work, baton twirling and class Instruction. The camp opens officially tomorrow with the first day. being devoted to registration and auditions. Sunday's activities will conclude with a mixer In the River room of the Iowa Memorial union at 6:30 p. m. Boys will be housed, in Hillcrest dormitory and girls will stay at Currier hall. Paul Van Bodegrnyen, director ot bands at New York university will be in charge of all band and orchestra-rehearsals and concerts, pth'er guest camp staff members will Include in.strumcntal music directors A. O. Noxon of Waverly, F. E. Mortlboy of Davenport and Howard Robertson of Charlton. Some 140 students will receive two private-lessons each week. On Friday, June 27, camp membors will give a public concert^ at which three bands and an orchestra will appear. The entertainment program will end with a party and dance at the Memorial union following the evening concert on June 27. At that time a camp queen and two attendants, to be elected' by camp members the previous week, will be crowned. Mrs. Donald Weir left this morning to take three of the atudenta to camp and Lora Christense;i .will drive down with hor mother. Mrs. Wolr will remain in Iowa City at the apartment of hor son during the two weeks of the camp, \ Personal Menuoo The Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Lc<«d« and family drove to the lake today to join Mrs. Leeds' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Flerk and Roy Demarest of Aurelia and Mrs. Rosa Soule of Yankton, S.D.. who have been vacationing there the past week. Edward Wll.s6n of Storm Lake, son of Mrs. W. W. Wilsion, underwent major surgery for the second time in leas than a month Tuesday morning. His cbndltion is reported good. Mrs. Wilson went to Storm Lake Monday night and will remain there until he returns home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bradbury and children, Don and Larry, loft for their home in Monterey Park, Calif., after a short stay as house guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Glenn Crook. Mr. Bradbury is a nephew of Mrs. Crook. Mr. Bradbury was born in Estherville and this was his first visit here in 20 years. He said he WSB amazed at the progress the city hoa made and the many chang- CA. sir. and Mrs. W. B. Ilamnier will start on a 3-week vacation trip Monday taking with them their two daughters, Phyllla and Lois. Lois is returning Sunday night from Hamilton, Mont., where she has been visiting at the K. J. Mc Donald home. The Hammers will be in Boston on June 26. 26 and 27. where Mr. Hammer will attend the national meeting of the Association of Junior Colleges of America. After that the. Hammers will tour the east, visiting New York City, Niagara, Washingtori. D. C, and visiting a sister of Mr. Hammer in thoatoto of Virginia. Mr. lunl Mrs. IlaroU Siegloff arrived May 19: at Waterloo In time for their son, Paul's graduation from high school. This event was noteworthy liocause of the fact .that Mr. and Mrs. Slegloff have been In Ethiopia the last three years where they served as missionaries. .They also attended graduation exercises at North English for eighth graders. Their daughter, Paula, was a member of this class. The young people have lived with their grandparents during the absence of their parents. The Slegloffs have one other child, Genee Lou, who returned with her parents. Yesterday morning Mrs. Slegloff, (who h<fa been visiting here at the home of her mother, Mra., L. H. Savernide), Genee Lou apd Mrs. Saverelde left for Vermillion. S. D., to spend the week end with Mr. Slegloff, who is a student at the summer school there. They expect to return to Eathervilie Monday. Personal MentioB Mr. and Mra. Chariea MltcheU of BIdora were callers at the Fred Zitterich home this momtits. Mr. and Mm. DonaM Kunatk and Dwayne Kunath of Beavar aro spending the week end her* at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kunath and family. Mr. and Mm. Phil I>« iMOg and children left Thursday for their home at Oakland, Calif., whore Mr. L« Long has purchased the 'A. B. C. pharmacy. AflsR Axnes M'halen of OmaKa is spending the week end at the F. O. Sullivan home and with other friends. Mrs. James Mcll\\'ralth left yesterday morning: for Des Moines after a two-weeks visit here with her parents, the SuUI- vans. The Mcllwralths are movinir today to Cedar Rapids. PerMoal ^tentioa Mr. and .Mrs. D. W. Pteper mnt Dick left last night for Tipton to spend the week end. Mr. ana Kn. »ranots 5UmMien and daughter, Shelley, left yesterday to make their future home at Eugene, Ore. Mr. Morllnsen will bo employed as a watch repairman by a Jcwelr>- firm there. l >*»n Krafft left morning for Nlppersink Manor on Lake Gene%"tt, Wis., where he will be a guest of the O. l^blane comp<u\>', makes of Leblsnc clarinet.*. Mr. and Mrs. Leblanc will he present In perrion to greet their guents and a complete 3-day schedule of entertainment has been planned. Half a day will be spent going through the Lebliinc factory at Kenosha and the rest of the time there wiW be ttshlng, boating, golf and other entertainment. Penoul Meatloa Mnu Larry Wjrraff %m4 •««. Sle phen of Spirit Lake were vl.>«ltor' yrsterdav at the Clifford Wyeoff and Mr* C O. Andrmon home* Mr. and Mra John Wee and Cheryl and Sharon Krederlckson of Wallingford returned last nlghi from a slghl-sertng lour of the Black HIUs. Mr. and Mra. Kd Carey and John and R. A. Carey will spend Sunduy at Spirit Lake as guests of Mr. nmt Mrs. Clarence Morgan and family The occasion Is the birthday <>r John Carey. Mr. and Mrs. •Vrd Nelson wlU accompany Lewis Nelaun to hu home In Minneapolis tomorrow and visit there for the next week Mrs. Carrie Nelson, 91, mother <>r the two brothers, makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. Lewts Nelson, tt l .t WlleveJ Uisf eoff'e w «s iir>t cniM-n ni«i «ctrty ii -.r.) n I'Mhrrvlllr, lo«». Hall)' Nm*<k LvveriMie In At •«:•»«. ^ Sat.. 4aae 14, 196* S PLAY SAFB on your vocof/onJ Protect your Irovcl cosh with... L AMKUIC/W EXFKKSS ^.TRAVKLKKS CiiKQi Iowa Triisl «S: Savings Bank .MKMHKK or TiiK Kr.nKiiAi. 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