Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 19, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 19, 1952
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Briefs In tlie News Brownie Camp To Begin Monday Brownln Scout Day Camp will be held at Fort 'Dcrian<'p for four dnys beginning Monday, June 23. ICnch dally Bcssion will run from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. and will consist of Ramos, singing, nature hikes and handcraft. Brownies are asked to bring sack lunch, drini<ing glass, towel and blanket. Lenders are asked to bring a one dollar registration fee for each girl. Knights Toinplar To lAIccl The Grand comniandery of Iowa Knights Templar will meet in annual conclave at Temi)lnr park on Big Spirit Lake, next week. The conclave opens Sunday and eonlin- ue3 throughout the week. Vour- huhdrrd knights and ladies are expected, according to deoige W. Hcsalroad, park supoiintindent. A highlight of the week will be the nightly dross parades on the Templar Park parade grounds in whieh all knights temiilar will parlici- pate. John Crofts of lied Oak. grand commander, will preside at the business sessions. Kloetion of 1953 officers will climax the weeklong conclave. Report Minor Ac(!idt'nls The Estherville police icportcd two minor accidents hmi night. A car driven by Magnus Anilevson of Armstrong was daniaged to the extent of .11^1.84 in n collision with a car driven by Elton W. nilbert of Estherville. The accident occurred at nine o'clock between South Fifth and Sixth streets on First avenue south. The Gilbert car was not damagid. No estimate of damage has been reported in an accident between a car driven by Bert B. Boe of Estherville and another driven by Arthur A. Peterson. The Peterson car suffered a damagi'd right front fonder and headlight. The accident occurred .it 6:05 ]). m. just north of the intersection of South Sixth street and First avenue south. Senator Dirksen To Nominate Tafl Washington, June 19 LVi Sen. Dirksen (R-Ill.) will make the presidential nominating speech for Sen. Robert A. Taft at the Chicago Republican convention next month, Taft's campaign managir announced today. Dirksen has served as Illinois manager of Tafl's campaign. Development of a new canal permits ships of 4,000 tons to sail from Amsterdam to Basel, Switzerland. ENDS TONITK miMPIIRKV Kl.^I BOGART niNTIJU "DEADLINE II. S. A." FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A MIOHTY EPK or THE SEA THUNDERS TO THE KREENI "MUTINY ",„;s. «.^.IHM «KCtU fAIRlC C(W SeENSUNSBURY KNOWLESEVAHS 1,.^:, « mm KINGFRANK KING ii-.ri«i,.».,<D,.iK«,ii,i«»i».i ,„'.„7,\,.V„ , „; CO-HIT Head-On War SplKs Montana TorrJtofy! .SKRIAL AND r.MtrooN MarriaRO License Issued Robert Butcher, 27, Spirit I„ike and Maigeiite L;imberl. 18. ;ilso of Sl)iiil Lake. Erratum In a story in the Daily News it was erroneously rejiorted to the News that David Wickersheim received the D. A. R. history award It was David's brother, Alan, who received the honor. GracttinRcr Soldier lieturns Sgt. Paul S. Frick of Graettinger is one of 1,417 passengers aboard the navy transport General Simon B. Buekner who was scheduled to arrive in Seattle today. A of 2G Iowa servicemen were aboard the transport. Also on the Bueknei is Capt. Robei-t K. lloltz of Spirit Lake. Story Hour Well Received The Story Hour, sponsored by the American Home department of the Estherville Woman's club, and held each Saturd.ay morning over ,'i six weeks p<'riod was well received by Estherville childien. An average of 42 ehildr-n wor.- present each morning to listen t'j thi} stories read l)y Mrs. Virgil Slade. Mrs. LeRoy Mi^rriott, Mis Tom Ifaniilton, Mrs. Wayne Crini. Mrs_ Wayne Muntsinger, Connie Kint, Marcia Albertson, Connie Gibbs, Lynn I-arsen, Heli'n Oshei- and Lueile Peterson. Altogether 250 children enjoyed the story hour. Dreiv Pearson Gets Punched Once Again Washington, June 19, i/T'i—Drew Pgarsun has been punched again. And the m.-in who threw llv punch, .$75,000- a -ye;ir lobbyis: Charles Patrick Clark, says it couldn't have landed on a mor,' appropriate target. "I felt I'd be unfaithful to my Irish fori'bears," Clark told i,porters. "if I didn't do .'omething." The one-blow encounter between the columnist-commentator and his critic who, in turn, liad been raked over the coals twice in I'earson's column -occurred after luncii yesterday in the lobby of the fashionable Mayflower hotel. Pearson, 54. weighs 175 pounds. Clark is 44. weighs around 180. TIIKRI'; WKUK varying acounts of the incident but they agreed on this detail: One punch wa.s thrown. A straight left. It grazed Pearson's clieek and li'ft a smart ing red spot on his neck. Pearson went to the U. ai- torney's office and swore out .i warrant charging simple as.saull. Clark arranged to be in couri today to answer the complaint. He's a lawyer. He worked for the Truman war investigating committee when the present occui)ara of the White House was ;i senator. Now he's registered as a lobbyist for the Spanish govtrnment. * :',: :;• PKAUSON COULDN'T be reach ed by his fellow newsmen for a while. He said last night, however, he didn't get a chance to return Clark's |)unch and wasn't sure if lie would have, anyhow. "I don't conduct altercations in llie lobby of the Mayflowi'r hotel," the columnist said. Clark said he was bothered by several things about Pearson. Th-.: columnist had written recently that he Clark—was gitting American money for .Spain fastei than 0 (mei alissimo Francisco Franco could spend it. Al.-io, Clark blamed Pearson for heli)ing do- teat Sen. Hi<w:;ter (R-MiO in Maine's Rei)ubliean primary e 'cc- tion last Monday. In f;icl, Clark s.iid. he told I'earson before he swung: "This is for KoiTestal. for Vaugh,'in. for Brewster, for Ki 'Ogli and myself." ••li TILXT WAS A list of pepole who have been criticized in Pears(m's column. James V. Forrestal is th(; late secretiiry of defense. Maj. Gi'ii. Harry Vaughan is President Ti'uman's army aide. Eugene J. Keogli i.-i a deiuoer.atic congressman from New York. Pearson has been in pliysical encounter befoii' on fashionable premises. Me was pummeled by Sen. Josi'pb McCarthy, Wiseonsiii republican, at the Sulgrave club in 1050. He's suing McCarthy and others for $5,100,000 as an afti 'i- luath. McCarthy, be says, kicked him in the groin. "At least," the columnist said i.fter the Cl.-irk fracas, "the bloua are getting higher." A bombardment division of two medium jet bomber wings eorres- Jionds to an industry of 4.000 employees and a net worth of about 121) million dollars. TIIK DRUG STORE YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS I Pharmacista on duty all times. I Serving your pi 'OHcrlption needs promptly and efficiently. VKKNT-; NV:\L\N. CRAIO COLSTON and J. L. IIOYIS VUone IS at' New Cars Lieen.sed Carl or .Mildrerl ,\Iiller. l':sthcT- ville, ;r2-l!t .''i !l. Chevrolet; Sl.inboii; Funeral Home. hrrviPi'. C.-olil- lac nearse. :i2-(i!ir,n; llaynuaid .Johnson. E.'^therviHe. :i2i:tlil. Poii- tiae. Fined fttr S|)ee(lin;; LcRoy W Lenz of Lake Park was fined .$10 and cosl.s in .Iii..;lier of the Peaei' I'jllgelle P .leisnn's court Tuesdiiy Li 'nz pleaded guilty to a ch.-ir (;e of spc 'iMlinjj. He was arreste.l liy elly police oftieers In liodeo Faradi The mayor. I 'hi oihe?' eily orriehil': wil in tile lnrli;i piii'lld.' to Speneer thi.-< ev^iiin^. ri(li> in .-I e,-ir l"':irini,' inir the Sprneei and best wish's. •t* lit pohrc .'iivi will lakr part !»• h. Id in Thi'V will signs winh- p.'Opie wood luck Uuildinp; Permits (;ranted Donald Doeitroefer. an addition of 12 feel bv 20 22 feet for private g;iragc. esum.-ited cost ?7,')0. I'l'lagr.afffs adilition; Pollin l'".(le- leii, 40 feel by 57 feel, to be Used as a dwelling, estimated cost .$15,000, Westwdod .-iddition: Robert Hansen, 24 fei 't by 44 feet with an 8 feiM by 14 leet all;iehmenl. esli- matetl cost $12..Wn. Auditor's sulidivision: Kernard Isaltson, aildition to binise 12 fi'i 't liy 22 feet to be used as !i kitchen and porch, estimated cost $7,50, Lough's 2nd .•iddition; Gerhardt .lensen. 12 feet by 24 fei 'l. to be used as a private ^'.arai'e. estimated eost $400. Bartlett's :!rd ;id- dition. Obituary Funeral Meld Saliirday for Donald Crees Palllioarers for the funeral Saturday of Cl.arence Donald Crees, who drowned in the Dos Moines river here last week, were John Tihbotts, Glenn Peterson, Donny Summers. John Brunskill, Bob Lee and Lloyd Simpson. Donald was born May 12. 19.'18, tho son of Lawrence and Georgia Crees, near ' Swea City. He lived most of his life in and near Ringsted. Two and a half years ago he moved with his parents to Estherville. Surviving his d<ialh are his parents; two brothers, A-3c Everett Crees of Camp Kilmer, N. J., and Joe at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Groves Crees of Osceola .and Mrs. Effie Trialcr of Osceola; and many aunt.s, uncles and cousins. An infant brother preceded him in death on June 6, 1950. An electronic "bug" that crawls across a navigational chart is in process of development to guide planes in flight. ARMSTRONG Mary Struckon of (Milford vlaltcd .Monday and Tuosdliy with Janet .Mnnoe at tho F. S. Manoe home. 1)1. and Mrs. C. A. Plath and Gailord drove' to the Bl.ack •Hlll.s Wednesday and Dr. Pluth Is atten- dim; a three-day Chiropractic convention held at Sylvanlun lake, ri'- soit near Rapid City, S. D. They were accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Plath of Yankton, S. D., and the former is also attending the convention. Mr and Mrs. N. W. Marl have ri'lurned from a visit of several d:iy.-! at Bralnerd, Minn., with Mr. and .Mrs. Ray Blomstrom and fam- ilv and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rut- ledt;e, Mrs. .lolin Blum and Mary re- turneil this week from a 10-day trip ihioimh llie Ozarks In Missouri and Arkansas. They were accompan- i. (I bv Mary's friend, Betty Clausen and her mother of Woodbine. The two girls taught together last year a I Storm Lake. Col. and Mrs. C. P. Grahl of Philadelphia, Penn.. John Slnba of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peterson wore dinner guests Monday evening at the J. D. Kingston home. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Wegner visited last week from Thursday until Saturday at tho home of Mrs. Wegner's sister, Mrs. Adolph Arp. Mrs. Laurel Ells and Gary of Platte, S. D.. arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Ells' parents, Mr. and Mrs John Weis. Mrs. l..loyd Johnson ' returned ThursdJiy after visiting a week at the homo of her parents at Apllng- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nelson and family of Joel, Wis., visited last week .at the home of hor parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scott. ' They were en route lor a vacation In the Black Hills and Y^ollowstono park. Mrs. Jonas Brnland spent Tuesday and Wednesday taking treatment at the Mayo clinic, Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knotts and family of Iowa City were guests from Sunday until Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Cora Gibbons. They WLTO en route to Dallas, Tex., to make their home. Esther\ille, Iowa, Daily News TInirs., June 19, 1952 6 ADVERTISEMENT X, TOO, AM DEAFENED AND WHAT I DID TO CORRECT IT. Twenty years ago I lost my hearing. Since then my life has been directed toward one goal — overcoming deafness, both for myself and for others. The result of this work has been a tiny new hearing aid which can be worn in secret. With this small aid, even your closest friends will not know how yea hear so perfectly. Voices, the radio, and the ticking of the clock sound natural. If you are interested In learrv- Ing the three steps In the correction of deafness, write to me, H. A. Lyons, Personal, 401 So. Washington St., Peoria, Illinois. I wiW happy to write yo\l the results of my pxperlencc. Why did Alvin Johnson and Ferman Watson buy a new Case Model C JForage Harvester and a J2 Blower? Route 1 Walllngford Route 2 Graeltlnger They both agree: Wo like the way it cuts tlio forage clean with no shredding. Also the new high pici<up which prevents picking up rocks. The positive feed and large throat give it great capacity. We like its simplicity . . . very few moving i)arts. We like the J2 blower because of its light draft, its variable feeder which adapts to any size power unit, its large tilting hopper wliich makes unloading easy. 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