Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 14, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

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For Hot SII miner Wear! Wasliable Fabrics Exciting News Choose a paur of cool shurk« from oar Un;i> urtecboo today. They Ifri comfortab4^. wear longer aad boid their shape. LEUTHOLD- TIBBEHS CO. "The Store for .Men" TVEW YORK — (NEA) — Ever think the day would come when you'd wash out a coat at night, hang it up to dry and Pmd it looking like new and ready to wear the next morning? That day is here. A pastel coat with no cleaning bills attached has been the dream of many women for many years. The dream is an actuality now, made possible by fluffy orlon fleece that is completely and beautifully washable. BY GAU.E DUGAS NEA Woman's Editor It takes to the suds at night, just as your nylons do, goes on a hanger for drying and is ready for wearing when you get up in the morning. And, of courre, it needs no ironing. It's shown (left) in white, with pointed collar, turn-back cuffs adjustable to any sleeve length and pretty but unexaggerafed fullness. DuPont Co. A Leeds design, it's the kind of coat, in short, that you can wear and wear without fear of grime or smudges. In addition to the white, it's done In pale blue, maize and beige. Equally practical is Main Street's nylon seersuckei coat (rUrht) that's a feather-light rain duster. Point for summer travelers is that it takes only a corner in a suit case. It has mandarin collar and deep turn-back cuffs. The practical hood is detachable. OKK C.XRRIKRS DOCK. Eleven ore carriers of I hi' Uniti'd Stato.s Stoel Corp. fleet nro shown at berth ill the .Jones I.sland .slip in Milw;iukco, Wise. harbor. This Is the second time the shipe had to dock here because of the steel strike which bepin again a few days ago. EsthervUle, Iowa, Dtdly News Sat., Jane 14, 1952 6 -'.••.r.'l!i.''! "'jrHniniin;;" approach i '^r -:r: Kiji.-. e'-n*..-i. ij.«'-.s the ::n'i liicharr! Mi;,.sna. r out ari'J make it laa.-:t. WHERE YOUR CIGARET MONEY GOES DKAWBUIUGI'; ritOTKCTS UN GIAKDS. Bor- lov.in;.' a device from miKlieval days, UN guards on Koje I.sland make u.se of the centuries-old drawbridge for protection. In in.set, relief guard jnlvance.s and in rocoKnized by guard in tower. Drawbridge is then lowered over bai'bcd-wire en? tunglemonts, and guards change places.' The bridge is insurance against sneak attack by escaped POW's, or any charge against the tower in force. FEDEJAL EXCiSc Tf-X COST OF TOiACCO. 0THE8 »-'AT£iU.: S?LIT JY f £74 JOJ !E« A .'.u C.£>Ul SALES TAX ISCOwE TAXES ueo? cc -T STOCKHOljKfS lETAlKED It wfO f ^l CAPITAL I? It wfO ^OJ !! This picUnv rn.-iy .v- aimisiiiK U) soriK- i^-^,pie. But to th'- iiiiii. er who knows how rious tlu'.so accidf-nt:-, can bo, it'.s a .soljerin^^ remindcM' thai .sniait famier.s afc cautious when they woi'l<—and have no scai'.s lo iiiuvi; it: St 'O ll.S lo Life liisuruiut fitted f(M- your lU'fils. HOV OK TIIK VKAIt. Ten;/ I'unk, riKht, (if York, I'a.. reeolvcB ii V,>M r/iiilal In 11 < oiviilioii of uSn h(ivln|{ be(!n choHen "Boy of the y.:,i •• b. lb. .•.'..ii.,m.l Alldelie Actilevenient Comniltlcn of the y .M <; A lo •. |,b 11 ^iliiioM, left, niilloiiiil eiwiliniMn of the com/(.I 'l o.a'l.- itie av.aiii ill ... York. 'I'eiiy won (In- lltli- liy top- fooi' ib.in W)0 oUiei br/vrt wlio were enliMi'd ill the unnuiil r(0|/ I il lOfI WALLilDI OM)" nOCKIN' CIIAIK'S GO'T HEH. Relaxing from the hectic uclivlly pf tho past few weeks,Jdrsi Dwlght Eisenhower enjoys the old-fttBhIonod comfort of an heirloom rocking chair in the boyhood homo of Qonpral Elsenhower, in Abilene, Kan. "This is the most peaceful SQUt I've had since Ike and I started the rounds of farewell over u,t l^ATQ," she said. • . , , Many other Sterling patteijns to choose from For the Bride . . . Lovely china. pottery. glassware G. W. L. £. Stockdale Jolrn M. Stockdale Phone 60 oil, OII-(i|{,\M)|'.\S DUAMM, i-../, > „.w, ^f^i^Mfh Riandlalher lor pbv«i. „l ..,;„.„,.,,,,,. J '.V-M m*iH*t. 67 hhouii I .ailihu' lb. bo.ji.l toil el.I Ui i,-i.-.l.'i .!V« II V. b. 1 ^.'V^ b. II t.i .11 '11, Ann. „, , enilil III .1 1 ,|i,|i I I „ ).>j-> >//,>,^ "iAWP Vmr Vim MKN IN <JIUV. TH ? Conruclprato Amy of Amuritm. tm» imn liiumWml hMcuuui) of Iho DXlrcmo fotiblonoM of OM mvn #Mrvlv(nK fitewtMim of iliw ono «-|H 'oud lojflon. Maotlng ttV 4u *^^k0 )n, Wiw,, Un ih.i IUKI ili .ie, Gun. WUllain P. Towntie»d, 106. i ,t 4 /tiu, tm-., I#»t Niirt (inn. WiiUum.BUih. aliio 108, of Pltageiftld. HH , nuhi, fKuuH nwiiMiUm of oiit uumpalirnii fdi' Marilyn Paagott, dyf lt<t/iown, 'I 'lx, 'I 'hu iwi) iiM autdloi'it wulo Iha only onus able to SKY-JIIGIl T ^XI.' HoUcoptor taxi aervtoe from atrporU to clty< aostinntionu • nwy become popular if this proposed a«rl»l/j^ltney la put In proa^ottoq by the Jacobs Aircraft Elnglna Cot;np^ny,/Waj|h» Ington, D. O,^ Design calls for construction of tubulajp.atcol with flburglasli covoritvg, fix,ed wings and pusherTtype pvopellor. 4?4rry- ing fivb'Pii«pt<ngor8; the aii^-going cab is exiieoted to travel leo miles jier hour. Robinson Estl^rvilM Dqily Nf w$ i ^

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