Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 18, 1952 · Page 4
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 4

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 18, 1952
Page 4
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Personal iMr.iilioii I At County Superintendent's School County Superintendent of Schooln Zell BerryhiU is attending the annual Bchool of inatrucUon for county superintendents at Templar parlt on Spirit lAke. The school opened yesterday and will run throufjh Thursdvy. M*. a «orKe BoK«ni «nd turn. Weft- ton spent Sunday at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Charles Noble and family of Winnebago, Minn. Friends liero of fitn. Thomaa Ellis, former Eathcrvillc resident, have received, word that she fell and broko her hip while visiting at her son, fillla' home in Fort Wayne, Ind. Hif address is 4830 Arlington Avenue, Port Wayne, Ind. Dr. and Mrs. E. <lw Helm and three children of Tucson, Ariz., have returned, to their home after spending the pt»t two •weeks at the home of Mrs, Helm's brother and sister-ln-law, JJt. and Mrs. Harold Johnson. Jrfr. and Mrs. Ray Penny and three children oj Minneapolis were we^-end visitors at the Johnson homi'. At Holj^ FftinDy Hospital NMncy Murie Broadin of Esth- ervlUe was admitted yestei day for medical care, Sirs. Lucius Tone of EstherWUe entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Mm. Rosenberg of Gsther- ville wa4^ Admitted yesterday for medical care. CiMide 8tob«r of WaUingford en. tered the hospital yesterday for medical care. u Mrs. Kels Christiansen of Rlng- sted was admitted yesterday for surgery, Mr. and Mrs. Howsrd Kerr of Graottlnger are parents of a son born yesterday. Mr. Mid Mrs, Bernard Morrall of Armstrong are parents of a son born yesterday, Dtsmlsfials yesterday wi're Louise Thomas of Estherville;; Judy i\nd GeorgB Freeman of Bmincts- burg; tonsillectomies; Mrs, William Schahyof Emmctsburg, medical; Chris Thompson of Emmets- hurg, medical; Mrs, Harvey Pedersen and baby boy of Ringstcd; Mrs. Fred Clark and baby girl of Superior; Mrs. Jack Kint and baby boy of Estherville. Mr. and Mr». Hugo Rchranim. Genn and Donna spent the week end at Donison with relatives, Stephen Donald Howe left tant night for his homo at Fort Worth, Tex., after spending several days hero with his mother and other relatives, Mrs. Howe was unable to come with him this trip, Oary Wonderllch, son of Mr, and Mrs, Harlan Wonderllch, has gone to Ollle. la., to stay with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Won­ derllch, until July 4 at which time his parents will drive down and bring him home, MJ . and Mn». ftHbert Triggs ind Mrs. Lillian Triggs of Hollywood, Calif., are expected tomorrow to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Triggs. They virlll also visit with Mr. and Mrs, Walter Triggs of Dolllver while here. Mrs, Lillian Triggs is mother of the three brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Sorum of Morris, 111., arrived the early part o^ the week at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. P, Grave.'' and family of GruVer, Mr. Sorum and Paul Graves have gone to northern Minnesota for a week's fishing, Mrs. E. J. Schryver and sons, Harry and George entertained guests from Omaha, Neb.',' Sunday. They were James Ketora, Kathcr- Ine Bchm, Charles Storm and Patricia Steffls. Patricia Is having a three vyecks vacation from»her nursing studies at St. Catherine's Nursing' Academy. She and Miss Behm remained here Sunday. This morning, George Schryver took them to Omaha where Patty will board a plane to go see her brother, John Steffls, who is attending St. Stanislaus Seminary. She will remain there until Sunday at which time she will return to Estherville to spend the remainder of her vacation. Bull Stops Freight Train Cold; Dies Vldalla, Ga., June 18 !P—K 1,600- pound Hereford bull stopped a crack freight train cold in an encounter near hero yesterday. The diosol powered locomotive and eight cars of the Georgia and Florida railroad freighter, the Blue Goose, piled matchwood style across the tracks after meeting the bull headon. The bull was killed. Bluefin tuna fish grow to weigh 1,000 pounds or morci »lr. and Mr». Kenneth Ayrro have moved into the B, B. Boe house on North Seventeenth street. Mrs. VlrgU Dahlk<^ and Mm*, David and Larry, of Lansing, Mich., visited yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Woodyard. Mrs. Dahtke and Mr. Woodyard are cousins. Mrs. Eleonora IIous^ Paul and Meredith attended confirmation exercises at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted Sunday. They were guests of two of the conflrmands. Raymond Hanson and Dick Larsen, at a joint picnic dinner at the Or- vld Hanson home. TAFT— Continued from page 1 thinking of land generals who arc thinking of a land war with Russia on the continent of Europe. • « • "I DON'T AGREE with the theory. I think It's old fashioned. I think a war can be won from the air." This country hasn't the capacity, Taft said, to go to Europe with millions of men and fight Russia on tho ground. It's the wronif Idea, he snid. The best assurance of peace'. Taft contended, is control of the air here, over the ocean and at bases from which Russia cati be bombed. He said the one thing most likely to deter Russia from war Is our ability to bomb Russian cities. ' But, the senator complained, this country Is lagging behind Russia on air development. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. I->»wl«>r havt> received >»-ord that their son. S-Sgt Charles H. Fowler has loft Japan and is on his way back to the l)nl- ted States. Twin babies w«re bom to »Ir. and Mrs. Roy Martin of Clear Lake last night. The little boy died at birth but the little girt Is well It was re- l>orted to the Daily News this morning. Mrs. Martin Is the former Eileen Anderson. Sfr. and Mrs. Hcnrj- Moltzon. Mrs. L. E. Trees of Fnrmont, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. B. Richards, Mrs. Bui^ ton Johnson, Ernest Moltsen of Dolllver, and Clara and John Moll- zen of Elstherville drove to Fort Dodge yesterday to attend funeral services for their aunt, Mrs. Otto Thorns, IKE— ConttnVi'pd from page 1 rovps of two dozen were invited to the hush-hush affair. Some others heard of It nnd crnshed thn parly. Before thsl small group, the gon- rral talked frankly nnd openly with tbe understanding that his remarks could be used as "background" material without being nl- trlbutcd directly to him. Reporters who were left out rounded up the story of what went cn at the luncheon but they were under ho wraps in reporting what the general hod snId, E-sthonillo. la., Dnlly Now.s Wed., June 18, 1952 S (%>iiUnued from page I Inlnml of DaKoe nonr the Kstonl.jn const. mn -TiiJ tiri- on Soxiel fighters when I hey onlrr .Hl II to I«n >l. and fkw out v >vv'r thi- BiUtic i" a after 111,' pliim-s ri-titrni -il tho fii... The SW' .tir force had fold » vastly dUf.rtnt story tlwt th. pliine, a rut .Tlina flylnu boat searching for n Swedinh transport plnno mis-fing over the Baltic since \\'' r. iil .Ay nnil M J-O fosrol v ?c-i iiiii. ,•! .-Mi\ 1.1 J .I.-. " .•«! Miitiintuli »nU w!»* shot tlown \^ niile«i out)«i*le : ltii».«i,>n l.-rrit(iri«| wnti-f T»ii of the itiiwncd iil«n< > t(t*\vni'''n wort- ui»undt*l ifi th'- AI • till k «ll f«c>ii>l tv ;» f.-i ' niitn ficJtlitiT ThiiiiKh orrict.lI riimioi'iil w:i> not rmthionilnit until Ifi-' Itvi ot Ih.' Soviet note WAS i WCU I'd tumi Mo< I'inc. one jjovrrnini'iil aUttioiitv »ii- nU-vl cveiV mn )OT po>nt ol llir Uiii- iilsn contention. ! WANTED .Ac.' MKN Tt> TK.AIN lOJ; UK.\I. nsT.ATK .VrrUAI.sF.K.s 'I I D li«* .Mtist fie ixiiM}t>nt of tills <Mm\l\ Ivvn >»Mrs ( 'nniju'it'til appnUHiT*. ni-ftv»» S.'. M: 5T.'i (MM niiinfh Ftiiru i'\(wMifno»' vnhs^hl"-. WKITK IU).\ >IU i.KKV. OF KSTHKKVIU.K D .lll .V NKW.S Olio HOUSEHOLD HOW-TO-DO-ITS Pin s 8 )io« bag to back of ear's front seat. Itandy for . flashlights, maps, snacks» tissues, toys ...and for handier shopping, first check who sells Mhat in the TELEPHONE DIRECTORY YELLOW PAGES ' "tuym- CuMt Iv Evtryon*" ELLWANGER SERVICE STATION ATLAS TIRES, BATTERIBS AND ACCESSORIES But of CourthouM Phone 177 GLEN WHITISH sifANDARD SERVICE ATLAS TIRES, BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Pioknp and Delivery Phone 108 WERE REALLY c ^/V^pW PRKr^ /'OR JUNC in. JO. '21 PRCLATB: PAMCV PINK OREEN GIANT PEAS MORNING LIGHT SLICED K«T«A •OOP PEACHES » I 'Vcsli (ioiinlrv 1 EGGS 1 32c iHead Letfuce 2 „, 29c Washiiij^ton (Jn-rru-h — (jintiiloiiprH — A N 'anrv .Ann BREAD •°»'2 29c iiiiiiiMiiiiniiM TOMATOES r,u 25c POTATOKSl Walrrnii'lons — ToniutorH — (iiicnnihcrM Quality Fresh Broilers 89c n 'hili' 11JI ..V iMHt ra. SPARE RIBS 35c Puritan All M<>at MINCED HAM , „ 45c Oriole SLICED BACON, ,39c Ring Bologna (Jroiinil ' Pork Sausage 25c POT ROAST M 66c STEAK "'si;'!.,;:" ,,„. 88c (OltlOLK) W-'ille Till) ^ ^ Hey, Kills, don't rorset lo brinR in your P«NI IHIX top** by Salunlay. June 2Ut. Tlie IH»> or girl bringing in the most IMIX 1O|W wins a nwW Itoy HoKerii (Jun and lioUli'r Set. CHOCOLATE SYRUP YOUR FRIEND K ^^^^ AT MEALTIME CALIFORNIA "A" SIZE Ibt. at I t i r t ii ii i il' - •* "j/ht' A.-iiJ^.*-'.' ii^.t.-tiJt .M.i ^A ^i..i. 1 1 Hi. .

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