Briefs In llie News Eight 4H Girls Are Attending State Meeting Eight Emmet county 4-H RIIIS loft this mornlnjf to attend th.- '23rd annual 4-H Girls convontion nt Ames this week. The dolens^t''*' urc Cheryl Gaardc of the Eager Beavers club, Judy Rolfson of the N.R.G. club, Alice Wicks of th. Handy Helpers club, Anita Tmi mons of the Go-Oeltcrs club, Carol Berchcnhriter of the Esth.T- vlltc Better Yet club, and Collof-n Chrlstcnsen of the Happy Moments club. Representing Emm-l county In the Belter Groomed Girl contest will bo Jean Evans. Accompanying the girls are Mrs R. E. Shahn&n Of EsLhui-ville and MrjB. La Ru -Weiseman of Graettinger. Theme .tor the thrce-d.iy program of events will be. "You A Growing Personality, an Effii- live Group Member and a Responsible Citizen." The deUtatc^ are selected on the basis of club records, leadership and kntrth of service. Nancy Justice and Judy Rolfson will s'lnp in the .spii iai girls chorus along with thtir oihi.i duties. Court Cases Filfd GerjiUlinc Kngcl vs. Cit.r Kolin- on. guardianship; F'cail Inn.- Sifrit v.s. Butli-r Brotlicis and Bon Franklin store, daniagcs. To Be Stationed in Denver Capt. Rayninnd Brinuli' rcjoinod hi.'! wife and thn.' childri n hire Saturday for a thioo-woik furlough. He will 1.1' .slationod in Denver. Colo., with till' air forcv. Capt. Bringle i.s the .son of Mr. and Mr.s. A. T. Bringle. Returned to >I. P.s Duane Nesvick of Esthfrville wa.s returned to military authori- tii-.'< from Fort Slieridan. 111., today by city police who have held Nrs- vick tor 12 days on a charge of; being absent without leave from tl-.f army. Name \\'hit<' Chairman Jack White has been appoinl'd chairman of the cit\- planning com- | mission to replace Phil Palmer who has moved from Estherville. Mayor ' Emmet county loan ran's or. I Dan Howard announced today, i grains were announced today by \ \Vhit»' ha.s b.rn a member of th'.- ; the PMA office. They .^re for 195.\ [ commi.s.sion nearly fiv- years. Va-1 Flax seed loan rate is $3.^1. oat' ] tanry on the board has not been I seed loan rate. 75 cents and bai . filled as yt i ley loan rate, $1.25. ' ' Announce Loan Kates Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Claire Bringle uill leave tomorrow on a one-week vacation to Colorado, Bringl.- was awarded the vacation oy the insurance campany for which hi works. Cars in Collision Cars driven by M, E. Huckaba of Estherville and Selmer T. Dyl>. dahl of Wallingford collided at 10 a. m. yeaterdaj- at the intersection of Central avenue and Fourth street, according to c^ty police today. Huckaba was heading east and turning north onto Central and Dybdahl was hi ading east on Central %('hen the mishap occurred. The Huckaba car was undamaged and the right rear fender of th-j Dybdahl car received $40 damages. Sullivan on ISS Oberon i S-r\-ing in Korean wat<rs aboard : the attack cargo ship U.S.? Oberon ; is Francis G. Sullivan, boilerman. ' first class, L'.SN, son of Mr. and '. Mrs F. G. Sullivan of .520 South , Eighth sti-et. Estherville. Suilivan ' entered the naval service July 30. • 1945. Th" Oberson is operasin?! with units of th<- L'N blockading and escort forces Enrolled in Suninior Course Two Estherville women are among the record breaking enrollment of 84 students in the Mason City junior college summer school for teachers. They tire Reba DitH- worth and Mrs. Susie Egland_ All courses offered in the junior college summer session are re<iuirea for the standard elementary certificate. Teachers who are enrolled are working toward raising the rating of their certificates ana to renew certificates. This is thi' fifth summer session for Ihi' t(!a- ehers-in-service which bus been held in this institution. Api>eal from Police City police are appealing lor public cooperation in preventing dogs from disturbing ni'ighbora by noises and damages to gardens. The department has received i\um erous complaints, the department said today. Barking and howling dogs at night are disturbing especially to elderly "nd nervous persons in the summertime when windows are kept open, police said, and dogs have been reported digging and trampling In gardens in town. Police aje requesting townspeople to check on their dogs and to pen them up if thej disturb neighbors or, they said, "other steps will have to be taken." Keichardt with All-Stars Chicago, June 18 Bill Keich ardt of Iowa. all-Big Ten fullbacU last season, will play with the college All Stars in their game against the Los Angeles Knms in Soldier field Aug. 15. Reiehardt's name was added to the collegiate rosier yesterday. - Switzerland which has no oei-an jiort hiis a growing fleet of niereli- anl ships pbing the seas of the world. Promoted to Sergeant Wilbur F M.iryland. son of Mr. and Mrs. Htnry W. Maryland. Armstrong, was rf^ently promoted ', to s'^rgeant while serving witn j the 40th infantiy division in Kor-; ea. Now on the central front south t of Kumsong, th<- 40th entered the! fighting Uisl January after 16 months of training in the L', S. and Japan, Originally ,-i California national guard unit, the division is now filled with men from every state in the union. Maryland enlisted in the .army in October. 1950 and is now serving as a member of the 160 infantry regiment in the division Band Concert Program Th(- third band concert of the season will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock on the court house lawn. Featured soloist will be Mrs. Woodrow Ferguson, She will sing "Glaninl Mia" from "The Firefly" by Rudolph Friml and "Zigeuner" from "Bittersweet" Ijy Noel Coward. "Invercirgill March," "Horizon Overture," "Golden Band March," "King Cotton March," and "Because of You" also will he in- eluded on the program. The other numbers will IJC "Sun Valley -Moun- liilns." "Manilou Heights Concert March," "Our Special March," "Jazz Pizzicato," "Anytime," and "Officer of the Day March." Estherville, Iowa, Daily News Wed., June 18, 1952 6 TODAY and THURSDAY TNI HIAOUNi-NOT STORT OF RtVINCt NILUNCS - AND HOW MtN WHO -nil' AMI MAKNIOl •1^ HUMPHREY BOGART beadiine -USA! .KIM HUNTER ETUEl BARRVMORE r I'll N < Ol.oii '^l*l.< lAI, l ,\'|,.;.S,' M:iVN Enjoy Sunday Dinner at the Caunfry Club Dining Room Serving from V2 \o '2 p. in. .Spring Fried Chicken — Moani INHU Pbone reservation -s in by U) p. m, Saliinliiy, - Pining room open to nwubor .s I'vory cvcMint'. extvpt Monday, Sei-vlng from tvO.oO p. in. none •f. 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