Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 19, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 19, 1952
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Personal Mention Lt. Mc Williams Returns to U. S. 2nd lA. Don McWlUtaius, son of Mf. and Mm. A. D. Mc\VllUan\», who 1 .4 a pilot With tho I59th Air Rf-ru«IinK aquadron, has ' rrturnod to th« United States after spcnd- \ng the paat few months In England, He Id expected homo soon cm a furlough after which he will rrtom to Roncwell. N. M.. for re- aMlKnment. Mr. and Mrn. WlUinm KralRcr lift last night for their home at Peru, 111., after apending a few day* here vl.slting at tho home of Mr. KralRpr's .sister, Mrs. Laura Miller. .Mr. and Mif} freorRe' R. West of Baglcy attended tho rodoo at Dc8 Molnea Friday where they had tho privilege of meeting tho Cisco Kid. Mrs. West recently received n telephone call from her son Dclbcrt, a member of the air force. His .address is Delbert F. West AK 17363- m, Flight 58, Sqdrn. 3288, Park Air Force base, Cnllf. HARDWARE HANK IS AT HIGH PRICES —•ni U ««tn9 U knack* ihsm down. Laak for hit yti •ich wttk. COLP PACK CANNER Mr. and Mn. J, W. RWMOU of Oxford will arrive tomorrow to spend tho week end with Mrs. Russell's brother ond sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reod and family. .Mr. and itnt. I>» Roy Dauxhirty and sons, Phillip and Michael, of Spring Valley, Minn., are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Langnio and other relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dean IlUinbothjun and Kay returned home last night after spending the past week in Terrll at the home of Mrs. Hlgin- botham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Christiansen and Joyce. Bemloe ScJiumocher left early this morning on a week's vacation to Minneapolis and Ottcrtail, Minn. She will visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Powers, and friends in Minneapolis and her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. O. Schumacher, In Ottertail. MTH. Chrts Dnntelson and Mt%, Louise Johnson have iis house guests this week Mr. and Mrs, A. M. Chard and Mrs. L. M. Brashear and son, Jimmy, of St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Chard will return home Sunday but Mrs. Brashear and Jimmy will remain for a longer visit. The Lloyd SteveMon family h»ve been enjoying a visit since Tuesday with Mrs. Stevenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Howard of Santa Ana, Calif., and with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moegling and son. Dale of Delhart, Tex. The group left today for Hampton where they will visit for a few days after which the Moegling family win return to Texas but Mr. and Mrs. Howard will return here for a longer visit at the Stevenson home. SALE 139 iO-qf. c«p«e!(y. Sptcliltd «n«m»I. Rtd trim with r««k. lue lOMi Jt««. PriM iMf An !<!••) hoNif hald inisetleid*. A 4»»i' tur* kitUr. D.D.T. cofttant. Sptty ««nt«tntr. SALE 73c Horctware Mr. und Mrt. Edgar rricc Jack and Jim of Dccor&h are guests of Mrs. Price's mother, Mrs. J. J. Waldron. They are also v-isltlng with Mrs. Charles Waldron and family. Mrs. K. K. Nau and Bobby McCombs left this morning for Minneapolis to visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Nau and family and with other relative*. Mm. Cla}-ton Lngtno Is expected home today from Rochester, Minn., whore she has been staying with her sister, Mrs. Wilford Kolpin, and Utile son, Ronnie, who Is receiving medical care at the clinic. Mr. and Mnt, George Kirehner returned last night from Kcnmare, N. D.. where they visited at the home of Mr, Kirchner's brother and slstvt^in-Iaw, Mr, and Mrs. William KlPchner. Enroutc home they stopped' at Breckcnrldge. MIniv to vis- It with relatives. Mr. and Mm. AViUlam Sweet and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McWIlllams have moved to their cottage on Spirit Lake for the summer. They arc enjoying a twxvwcek's visit at the present time with their daughter and sister, Mrs. J. J. Youngwtr- th and family of Kansas City, Mo. OVmELL At Rings. Mr. and Mrs. James Ring entertained for the second birthday of Jimmy, jr., Sunday, June 8th, His sponsors at baptism, Mr, and Mi-s. Harold Appeldoorn of Pipestone were present and tho maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred WIttforth of Holland, Minn. Sharon Appeldoorn who had been here a week returned with her parents. \t Holy FkmDy Rospitel Ir^in Sohmldtltn of DtinnrU was admitted yesterday for surgery. LOUIK Stadn of DIUUIPII entered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Mrs. Georgci Kibbeo of EsUier- vllle was admitted yesterday for surgery. Abe Anderson of TcrrW pnt4 »red the hospital yesterday for surgery. Peter Knuner of Bancroft was admitted yesterday for medical care. Mrs. Anton Cliristlansen of Graettlngcr entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Dismissals yesterday wrro Mrs. John Gosch and baby boy of Es- thervllle; James Pcrtl of Fenton, surgical treatment; Mrs. Lcland Kolpin of Esthervlllc, surgery; William Kautz of Estherville, surgery; Dr. William Boies of Estherville, medical; Mrs. Lo Roy Coulson of Harris, surgery. 32 Receive Firsl Holv Coninuinion BV VER.% HKATHMAN Thirty-two children received their first Holy Communion Sunday morning during services held at 7:30 o'clock at St. Mar>-'s Catholic church. The communicants were Diana Becker, Maurice Corr. Kathleen Crowley, Patricia Dplnn, Mary Ann Doocy, Jane Marie' Dundas, Mary Jane Dundas, Madonna and Sylvester Bisenbacher, Margaret Engosa- er, Helen Halsman, Rel>«cca Hansen, Virgil Jensen. Thomas Klm- met„ Kenneth Koster. Ruasell Lcntz, William Looft, Ann Mc- Guam, Charlotte Orlgcr, Joseph Or- Iger, John Pavlk. Trcva Peterson, Vera Quinn, Steven RedJng, David Sandt, James Schrlber, Robert Schriber, Russell, Sham and Susan Sullivan, Cher>*l Bchwarts and Thomas Trenary. Attend WI Camp. Arnold Oonrde Jr., Jack Schult* and Bob Schwartz represented BHD 4-H club at the 4-H camp held Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week at Walter League camp on Lake OkobojI. Twenty-tt^'o boys and Frank Lown, county extension director, attended camp from Emmet county. Thirteen counties Were represented. Attend Family B4>unIon. Those from here who attended the Burt family rc\inlon held Sunday at the EMhervllle park were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Burt Jr., and their guests, Mrs, Sidney Zochcrt and four children of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Burt and Marilyn and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Peht^ son and family. Vacationing in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Calhoun and David arc vacationing this week in Missouri and Arkansas. Mrs. Calhoun and son spent last week at Knoxvillc with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. N. Chambers, and Mr. Calhoun Joined them during the Week ond to start on their vacation. TO SELECT 4,-I-* THE CMAR-MER. OCT OrB WAlf For Sgt. Robert Mr. and Mr.s. Victor Nelson gave a supper Friday evening for their son Robert, homo on fur lough. At the table were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Morlenson and Kenneth of Esthervlllc, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. E. Carlson and Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Arvld Swanson and Ann, Mrs, Ray.; Peterson and children. Another dinner for Robert was at the Arvid Daniclson home Wednesday evening with the Victor Nelson family and Mrs. Axel Dan- lelson and daughters present. SAVE T R A C T OTR buy « Ford Tractor and you'll have a flitful of cash left •v«r to buy additional equipment or to itick in your poclctt. But (bt low initial coit of a Ford Tractor ii only the boginning of your i«viii(s. Afier you buy> y«« continue to save with Ford Tractor'* operating* economy .. . lew malnteniince costs. And when you decide le sell your Ford Tractor, you'll get your hands on more doUars than you might think t That's because a Ford Trader always brings wore'on the used equtpmeot market. See us today ...and start to SAVE! Witt thi NiM "Firf' M tlraetir MiiistiYiil Lea nrst Ceet LoM tHratlag (est Iee4 Senloe ENTfetiere IMiniMpaad TspVahMMTrade<lillM To Continue Working Newton, 1-u., Cro employes of the Maytag Co. voted yesterday to continue working on a day-today basis without a contract until a wage dispute with the firm Is settled. The company employes about 3,000 wormen affiliated with the united auto workers. Iliivfi rlenlc Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Daries were joined by a group of rclativoa Sunday for a picnic dinner at the city park. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sorenson, Mr. and Mm. Roy Jotters. Mr. ond Mrs, Earnest Kearney, Mr. and Mrs. -Miko Blor- hands, Judy and Larry Kearney of I Algono, Mr. and' Mrs. C. J. Dorics ' of Harris and Mr, and Mrs. Marion Daries and family. The Weather OFnCIAI> TEMTEBATUBES Maximum yesterday: 81 Minimum last night: 60 TODAY'S ^VEATIIER »!00 a. m. Noon Temperatures: 66 73 Wind, direction N SE Wind, velocity: 5-8 10 Barometer: 29.86 29.88 IOWA FORECAST Fair cast, partly cloudy west this afternoon, cooler central and southeast, high 78 north, 86 south. Partly cloudy with local showers and thunderstorms extreme west tonight and overspreading most of stato Friday, A little cooler near tho Mississippi, warmer extreme west tonight. Warmer Friday. Low tonight 80 to 68 north central, 60 to 65 extreme southwest. High Friday 78 to 82 extreme northeast, around 90 extreme southwest. Further outlook: lAcal thundcrshowcrs Friday night and possibly In extreme east Saturday. Not much change In temperature. MINNESOTA FORECAST Considerable cloudiness, showers beginning southwest and extreme west centrp.1 -portions tonight, spreading over most of stato Friday. Not 80 cool extreme west tonight, somewhat warmer Friday except little change near Lake Superior and In shower areas. Low tonight 46 to 62. High Friday 80 to 86, except lower around Lake Superior. MlnniwpoliH Guestfk Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burl and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanders and two children of Minneapolis wero guests Friday In the Martin Anderborg home. They had been visiting relatives in Missouri. Enteirtatn at Dinner. Mr. and Mrs, Roman Eison- bachor entertained at dinner Sunday honoring their children. Madona and Sylvester, who took their first Holy Communion that mom' Ing at St. Mary's Catholic church. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Strouth and family of Reading, Minn., Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Nelson and daughters, Mrs. Thcda Bisenbacher, Joe, John and Eddie of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Die Holt of Washington. D. C, the Rev. L, J. ElHonbachor and Theresla Erlomelcr. Ion Dnrirs iind faniUy, Mi. nnd Mrs. Vern Dahms, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Johnson nnd Mr nnd Mrs.T. 15. Jolmson Jr. Att <*nd Funeral Ser\ie »>s. Ml. and Mrs. A. N. Hi\nn<>n and Mr. and Mr !i. Pule HanHou ntti-n- ded funrral services Turmluy \\\ (>- dar Falls for Bill Sorrnnon, n ALUmFORI) TRIAf W— Jlaritman. im» of ih»- r><>m<»r«ti.- proldrnliitl b.prfuU Trunnji | •al.l M«irini.-<n« win in Ihf fM*. ttirt or «".<luniM.-» prlnirtrx Tu<-» ' t!:iv I iiiililn t It*' '*n\t?iinit rt*.' th*n j w t»rtt A rrjv,\it,t t'lmrd "c\rnt j f\lf f,ii n -'W ,lr»)-f(«t si • lUit Truman tvjw-ilrd th»t h<- i|i>r»nt mtpHit to i'Xp«>-«« himarlf *>n (t I Vriuu'f iitu- i-An4tdn(<- until thr nstionni .<>nv<-nt(on n\<-«-t«. :inil itM»l'ftt>l\ n* t until iirt.-i tl\-| nnnilnollon |< miwlr Ksthrr^ilK In., iViJly Nr«» Thqrv. Juwr 19. tOM 3 Oir «tmo*( rnttrtlv vol- «i>v rt»rM"' 1 Maytttfi I)rolarr«t DivitlrmI ,S.-»ti>n. li«, '.I** Iiirfctor* i>f tl\r Mrt>t »tf <'o \,'r-t1ft\ »l*-t-|«r R nimrt.-ily itutilmit of 7.^ irnln « nhnip rttt tt>.' JS lumuiittivr pnftri.d lltO.-|«. |>»yKl\t<< A HJ; J I,. •(ixklioMfi» of if,-ord July IS Wake Up To More Comfort WittMul Hanint BMkach* H«SV1I*« kMM -< pmlf »i»4 wrg?. y^*^K,. .n4 4l«tkM« MM W *M to tbKT. I let WkMlw f~l •>u.r»M« MI«-« ram* r>« I to* • r «i« h I • ar r r««u**« • t>naM'. fffw K«»«tv r«twf fr*w U MM 4 I W>>*I> tOT* SlMlk Mt VMM. tlw* < t\t» M4 »rl Armstrong Personals. Mr, nnd Mrs. IVIrr Sleunnii of New RIchlnnd, Minn,, iipont the week end nt the Bortio Anderson home. Jerald Pnnii-lson, S. H. nnd Di -n- nls Laffey, S. A. have rotiiini'd to the west const after spending a Uday leave with relatives hero. Don- nls have born asslgnod to the ILS.S Juno and JernUl will attend a rn- dlo school at San FrnnclHco. Thoy had taken lioot tininlng nt Snn Ill- ego. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Donlson returned Monday after vlsitlnu roln- tlVea at Marshalltown nnd Wnih- Ington for a week. They wi-ri' railed to Washington by tlii' ili'iith of an uncle, Everett DenlHon. E. J. Schuster, CPO, and MrM. Schuster, NonI, Kathleen nnd Ponn loft Wednesday to maki' thr-lr home nt San FrnnolMi-o, Oillf, while Mr. Srhustor I N on duty nt Treasure Island. Mrs. Sch»i«t >"r aiid children have been llvinc with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. U. Johnson Jr.. while ho wns ovcrHcaH Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. HurnH. Barbara and Steven ntli'ndcd (he Golden Wedding nnnlvorsnry rolc- bratlon held Sunday nt Thor for Mrs. Bums' pnronts, Mi', nnrl Mrs. Gcorga Opholm. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Klli'i nnd Mrs, Maggie Brooks spent .Sunday nt Des itolnos. They wore nn'oru- panted by Miss Addle BrnnkH. who returned home after vlnltlnK hnr several weeks. Mr. unit M<» I'rnnk IVttloortl anil f.iimlv of m-ai (Traittlnfr hnvo moved to tin- npnrtmont ovor t'liirk hnrwdaro, Mr. nnd Mis. John Hulliregtse who hnvo born living In tho ICmnin Ilefsoll hniMo tho pnm four yoare have niovod to an npnitln^nt In K»- Ihorvlllo. Ml Mulbregtse U wark> Ing nt Goldon Sun Mrs. Hnrnh Prtornon and Mrs. Art Skntlhbo vinilid nt tho Wllllnm I'ctorson homo at SjionoiT Monday, Juni' I). Mrs. Lydin Fohn Hanson of Fairbanks. AIniikn. visited her slater, Mrs. Janion A. Kaan nnd on Friday ovonlng, Juno ft, she showed color- od sllrtps of Alnskn In the rhurc-h hasomont, which woro enloyed by n Inrgo grotiti. Mn and Mrs. Claro Sknitobo of WiUUnKford sre also rcsldonlH of Fairbanks. whore f'Inro In Hoivlng with thr nrniod forros nt l.ndd Air field. R«ke« In IMiw>rrttl* — Hotd tn nrtlH >rtin» by HAROLD'S PASTRY SHOP delicious dishes mode with ... tiRAKTTIlSGEK Attends i<1rst Communion Mrs, Nettle Kathmun wiis n weekend guest In I ho .Suporloi home of her son and dnuKhtn-ln- law, Mr. and Mrs. Romalne Knth- man. The occasion iho CoBUnunlon service ut tho .Spirit Lake Catholic church when Nlrh- ol«« Kathman made his riist rnni- munion. Simday Dinner Oupsts. Mr. and Mrs, Jens Wolby and Olcn had as guests for dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, David Edwards of Fort Dodge, B-Sgt. and Mrs. Reginald Plath, Jeannctte and Allen of Omaha. Nebr., Mr, and Mrs, George Johiuion, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peiterson, Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, Bobby and Steven and Mr, and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Ringstcd, Mary Krough of Spirit Lake, Mr, and Mrs. Don Edwards, Donna, Dick and Patricia of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs, Bertie Anderson and Raymond. The occasion was in observance bf tho Welby's wedding anniversary and the birthday anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson. Visit 111 Olson Home Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Finnosind and HarJoriA wcm Tuesdny visitors in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs Clarence Olson. On Pishing Trip Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chrlstonm'n nro In northern Minnesota on i fishing trip. Their smuli »on I H being cared far by his mnlornul grandparents, Mr. and Mis. Jnke Jonsen, during the nbsonco uf hi* parents, . ib. KONOMICAl rAMitr fizi 81st Birthday Obscr\e«L Relatives gathered Saturday evening at the T. R. Johnson homo to help Mr, Johnson celebrate his 81st birthday anntveraory. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and Glenda, Mr. and Mrs, Mar- SmiHi Titicfor & Implement CQ. Estherville, Iowa LIGHT AS i A FEATHER! (I FT IBS A Brand Nev Walking Sentohon • Fatomlita • Chetrrr • Red I Jf95 • AMERICA'S SOFTEST STEP Soft CtpvoMcnned leolher. Feolhcr-lighf wec/gie CvMon crepe MIO . Steel ihonk for en'iro wppotf. Srnorrty ityled. Comfort dolus*. 5>tt» 4 to 10, AAAioC. RAIFE'S SHOE STORE Special FOR JUNE For Mail and Fomail RYTEX FLIGHT PRINTED STATIONERY $3.50 VALUE POR '^^2.25 Double llw IJmal Quantity BUY A BOX OF EACH SIZE . . . $2.23 A liOX 200 KlriKlo Hh<wiM. lOO Env>lot>«i' Thru., tirrn't Ju»( for •lnitl«> p,'ii]il,> lh>»>' at, »»ill tnr liiiyiin- In u»>- for tiolmo-long l<'tl<'i«. ul' (or buiilni'Ma Ir'in "f>ninll«' *h» •tll« iiiiikf it mitchly flno gift 100 Doulil.' Hho<i«, lOO Knv..|u|... u nico. I KII ),'. (hnlly lol(,.f TJifni' for othor "fodiiillo •' 100 Lnrg" FInt Hhi'rlii. |()0 K.nvi lr)|>-a TbU) (lie fur Iho boht and dashing tK-n-««tnK or tyjicwrttit . tur "ihst fuvurtti" man." wholhor hr'« nwny In uniform iir urounil the h»u*o. This »»»• hn» » big, iinfi'tircd-ln surfu',. with plinlv t>t writlnic rmim STRICTLY QUALITY STUFF Th«- snmo flno (|UKllly Whltn FLKSIIT pa |H -r lhata a rvguUr lt»m all yar ruuml. Th« aKiiio anikrt Hlue rnvrtop« DnInKs . . and yuur Name und AilOroM U prlnt<-<| In HliK'k or Iti^rtpt Inllering in Ulun Ink. Yra . . . It'a thai Mim« wand«-rful ITl.KSliT . . tntt In lun.. you g. t It In DOUIU.K TMK I'.Ht'AI. yifANTITt . . a 1.1.V) VALl.'K KOH tin KSTHERVUJ.E DAILY NEWS MAIL OHOKU COI.'I'O.N h..»,. HTTBX n^milT at KHTIIKRVn .LK DAILY SKWH KKTKEIIVILLB. IOWA PIriuwi place my attU-r for t2 M a boa. printed as follow*; Nam» «li«H -City Ht»lr WHITE PAPKR. BLtrK I.NK ONLY SPECIFY; 8l» of Hhfft and l.»tt «rtng mylr Ordered by BlfMt City ittatr • Chart* • Cash Knclowd No. C. a D.'e Writ* AAHUMIU Ot4vn a* H#pM«t« WMM^ ef fmpM

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