Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 21, 1952 · Page 3
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Briefs In the Newj Local Youths Arrive Home from Germany * * * Cpl. CharlcB B. Clark, Cpl. James Clark, pre. Arthur Schullz. Cpl. Jack Fredcrlckscn, Cpl. Duanc Gunderson of Tcrrll, Sgt. Uylc Stclnhorat, Sgt. Kenneth Clark, Sgt. Dean Brobst, and 8-lc Victor Mor- tcnson returned home last night at- tcr having served In Germany for the past nine months with the 194th Field Artillery battalion. The young men have received their Reparation papers but are still mcmbDrs of the national guard. Serviceman's Address Bobby Lee Brown, SKSN-3239- 982, Service School Command, Storekeeper School 71a-52, U. S. NTC San Diego 33, Calif. Bishop Smith Is Here A confirmation service will bo conducted tomorrow morning at 9 a. m. at Grace Episcopal church by the Right Reverend Gordon V. Smith, blship of the Iowa diocese. Ellsworth 4-H Tour Held The annual Ellsworth boys 4-H club tour was held Wednesday evening beginning at 7 p. m. The first stop was to see Charles and Jean Sunde's dairy project; next to Dale Juhl's to SCO his three beeves; then to Dale and Mike Shannon's who also had some beoves. , Donald Valen's was the next stop where they saw hia hog project. Last stop was to see,.Anthony Anderson's dairy project.' ' Uninjured in AUshap Mrs. H. N. Ross of Esthorvllle was uninjured when a train ran over her car and another car struck it from the rear in Austin, Minn., Wednesday. The train vraa overhead on the Great Western overpass at Eist Oakland. Mrs. Ross told ajithorities that she became frightened by the rumbling noiao the freight train made and stopped. George D. Lesch, Lakefield, was following the Ross car but did not atop in time to avoid a collision. There was $125 damage to the Ross car and $75 to Lesch's auto. Personal Mention The Rev. and Mrs. Clyde I-eeds, Mrs. Mary Ixiugh and son, Rniph drove to Des Moines yesterday on business. While there they visited at the Ramsey Memorial home. Mr. and Mrs. JameN Hurley of Warren, Ark., arc visiting at tho home of Mr. Hurley's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gray. Mr. and Mrs. K. U. Young are currently enjoying a combined business and pleasure trip to Versailles, Ken., and Sheridan, Ind. They expect to return homo Tuesday. Virgll WoHt, who ha.s JUKt completed hooi training at San Diogo, Calif., is spending his leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur West He will leave next Thursday to return to California. Mrs. Art Andrews, Mrs. Robert Andrews and little son, Richard, and her mother, Mrs. John Gerdis drove to Lake View yesterday to take Mrs. Gerdis home after a vis- It hero to help care for her new grandson. Mrs. Robert Andrews and baby reriialncd in Lake View to visit at the parental home for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wegs and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Story returned yesterday from a five-day fishing trip to Moose Lake near Deer River, Minn. They stayed at Blue Haven, a resort operated by Mr. and Mrs. Cy Henaman, formerly of Es­ thorvllle and Spirit Lake. BelatlvcH hern received word this morning that Mr. and Mrs. Clare Skattebo of Fairbanks, Alaska, are the parents of a daughter born yesterday at 11:27 p. m. The baby weighed six pounds 14 ounces and has been named Mary Jane. Mrs. Skattebo is the former Maxine Eaton. Tho maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Eaton and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Skattebo of Wallingford. Finds Tomahawk Head There's Indians In these here parts. At least John Brunskill, 12 has proof that there used to be. John, found a tomahawk head in the grass near a new building on North 12th street yesterday. The toipahawk is four inches long by three Inches high by. a inch and one half thick and weighs about a pound and a half. It's of granite and the place where the thongs were.tied to attach it to the hand le are still plain. Jolin doesn' think he will have to carry his ri fie on his Daily News route but ho says that he Is going to keep his eyes open for any other signs of redskins. Personal Mention Dr. William J. Smith, federal vetcrinnrlan. and Arvid Gustafson, Davis Packing company employe arc spending the week end In To- poka, Kans. Mrs. Bid Kane of Cherokee \n a week-end guest at the home of her niece, Mrs. Gertrude Marriott and family. From hero she will go to Emmetsburg to visit with relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Matthleson and daughter, Mary, of St. Louis Park, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nelson over tho week end. Mrs. Ward tArson and son, Tommy, 6, of Spencer returned home Thursday night after visiting at tho Nelson homo since Sunday. New Cars Uconsoti Mrs. F. C. L>tlo. E:»lhervill.<, Pontiac, 32-4966; Dr. Lolnnd K Bunge. Esthon, llle, Pontittc, 324968: Robert or Lllllnn Stump. E-x- thervllle. Ford, a2 -4969; Frod H, Simon. Dolliver. Plymouth. 324970: Clifford Nelson. Hlngsled, Do<igo, 32 -4971. Fire Cau.ses Little Damage Esthrrville's fire department answered a onll to the Casa Lonui club on South First street shortly after Hcven Inut night. The fin- apparently started from a short In H neon sign on the roof but did Utile damage. A mechanic from a nearby garage fntight the blaze and brought it under control. When, In 1855, tL U. S. Army tried camel trains for transport in Now Mexico It was found the animals could not work well there because the rocky terrain ruined their feet. Mr. and STrs. Albert Hackley Judy and John of Sarasota, Fia., are making a visit hero with friends and relatives. They are staying at the O. C. Gibson homo while the Gibson family is at Big Pelican lake in Minno.sotn. The Hackleys drove to V/atcrioo yesterday to visit relatives hut will return' to Esthorville tomrorow. They vAW spend some time next week at Pelican lake ds guests of the Gibson family. Capt. and Mrs. Delmur De VOHS and sons and Mrs. Henry Whltacre returned last night from Elgin, 111., where they had gone early this week to take Mrs. Vernon Peterson and daughter, Nancy, home after they had visited here for sotrie time. Mrs. Peterson Is tho former Henrietta Whitacre. While in Illinois they vLslted at the Cecil Whitacre, Gone Whitacre and George Smith homes. 4t Ho^y FamDy Bospital Mr. and Mrs. Roy KIrohner of EstherviUo arc parents of a daughter born yostcrdoy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen of Armstrong are parents of a son born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Luveme ZufaU of Armstrong are parunts of a son born yesterday. James Welsh of Rlngsted was admitted yesterday for medical care. Vernon Burt of Swea City entered tho hospital yesterday for medical care. Mrs. IMiane Wikert of Osgood wiia admitted yesterday for medical care. Mrs. J. Sanders of Emmetsburg entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Mrs. I.ouis Grady of Tcrrll «-a« admitted yesterday for medical care. Jennifer Elde of E»ther\1Ue entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Airs. DennLs I.K>ewenberg of Ks- therville was admitted yesterday for a tonsillectomy. AU-in, Melvln and BIar\1n Walker of Esthorvllle entered the hospital yesterday for tonsillectomies. Edward Lenzof Esther^'ille wa« admitted yesterday for surgery. Gary Reynolds of Burt enUired tho hospital yesterday for surgery. Mr. and Sirs. Laj-ton Behn of Fenton are parents of a son born yesterday. DLsmlKSuls yesU'riUiy were Mrs. Lawrence Evans and baby girl of Armstrong: John Biclfeldt of Dickens, surgery; Mrs. Alfred McNamar of RIngStod, surgery; Mrs. Lucius Tone of Esthorvllle, medical; Aanon Aanonson of Estiierviile, medical; Olaf Martin of Esthorville, medical. Peraonal Mennon Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Juhl had as guests Thursday, Mrs. Juhl's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimer of Grand Junction who were on their way home after a fishing trip to northern Minnesota, Capt, and Mrs. Delmar DeVoss and two sons. Dale and Dorroll of Roswoll, N. M., are spending Capt. De Voss' furlough here nt the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Do Voss and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whitacre. Dies of Heart Attack Montezuma Harold Hunter, partner in the Van Gorp and Hunter Plumbing company hero, died Friday of a heart attack while watching workmen dig a ditch In front of his home. Frcsh-watcr clams are parasites of fish In the early part of their lives. ^ Lv^nl Hat tie over \noy\ 12, Etuh JIMOK l.I-.(;i()\ n \.SKK .\I .l. .om,K to K<. th<>ivilli llii.s viar iiftiT nn alisi^ncr of K «-\<riil y.iirs Thi- pmvii lions.- of iiotinlliil plnyerK ubovr un> ifr<ml nnv> Ciiil Kiji'liinil. Dunne Hrowii. Dav oil I'iiulsnn. tiiHuK'' l.vniiin. iJnry Crnimlll, Allin Broun. Cori;,' Slavro.i, I{us«ill Stiunp: i uriotul low 1 n.'iM.I t>ili;>M l*.>ii:il.l l.imi.W lliSI Hl.Uml .Mm .KiuHh Ki.ink ."-inulli lti-li.ii%l i tii i«t. n.». n Hob Movlli, ilhlr.l low. II C II. i. I,, iit.nl. ( U V.rlyn Sim.t. . I>i<l< I'l.f. i .M.iiill .s.m.l. Iv.n Aniunilnon. l>on K.il.(Mt>..ii iuul M.iiiii;.i Iv^n Terrihlr Dilrininu For Girl of 1« Worllilnj;. Kn>;lMMcl .huw '.'1 (.I'l Whiit's 11 Kill Konnii ilo whin hrr slip .striii> Hniips wliMi' nlii 'H rUlinu a blcvol.. anil ii iiohi-iMnnn hall.« IruffU-^ Elsii Ivor. IH Mushi'il anil piil- iillt'il furiDUMly on. Milk IriUlinK nrounil lur anUli .s "It woulil liavf bfin rnllii-r uwR want if I li 111 ill»nioiinti'il." Mw told a nui>:istiato yr-ili'Tilay lit* ayrni'il, tml rimil lur ITi ulillllnt:'' ($2.10) for iKtiorin^T tl>r Hl|;nnl. "1 .ihiill lis,. Htrong I 'la.stli' hrro- aftcr," vowi-il KIKH. UOBBKHY— Continued from |uise I at ' The nirn found tin- nmm \ iinili-r « Ht-nt runhion * • • TIIKN, S<^IHI.I.INt;KU "iilil. Ih. man with tho (run put it Mi;nln»t Schllllnt!>'r'» li'n, fln-il nntl KHIII "Hint NJiouUI lutUI yuu for a hit " Cook «ald SohllllnRei Kot Into th<- Iruek and diovi- imrk to n fillinu Nlalliiri to grt hi'lp Srhllllngrr ilrlvr« (or K I, •riii\- sic of Sioux City. IM WW I- Sonic of the crntrrn of the moon nie im much an 140 nilb'" ni-ioixi ( onllnurd tmni pace I III u' .it til,, iiii,cjii.-i. "Tlo'i.- iilwaxM hrift l.i-fii a . oni pli-t. Is tuthloMA un.- of nf-tl.* pill luniAK'' in Ni'w- J, I Ri-v (n tfii« . nm pnlKl 'I'afl ilmrKi'l If HI'K 'lln nit mr«'tliiK Inn'I nn iflmt to UA- pri .M .iit»• 1 ni'\ I 'l »:iw It !!• lulilid. I.. ii»pon»i' III limn tlonn. IbftI thtri' hnil h.i-n "*it.aU, pl.Ptlltl,. Uu luiiinK u.%r of «t:>ti* put I onnj,'''" In N'xv Yoik. w hort* <;ov. Thoninn K Mi 'Wi'y ilnlnio nil hut onr of (tip (lolritntr vot«v« for l^lwt'iiliiiwiT Tnft I'an i»altl *1f Will |;i I n nilniinuni of 17 fron. Ni-w Yolk' I f.I-.^ur;-- I..- .'t i.T"* liol*" • I'! »r .-T'.. . II Nil. 11 f^niti'd » I ).»;,)! Kir;. ... r i.'i.- . iMtml) of ; ir .1.! III. f;-.r.f Morgan ^v , <!• il.ttnK ih«' I..-. tpen.! 1! j ni.'nltir <• 1,'h >.'ir with moth f rr m t'ti.Arl'.* I'lts :*nd <»ni* month In I'UIal.>ifitli Willi Ml fathi-r Mill niott'.*':. i« n..'« Xtr-* tJoyd A;.lj>on •••If.. ..f n Clurlr* l.'ltv Mi!o «al'-*nirtn Htir w\j» itivorv^d I .r, 1* VH* fr.^oi lU. h%rd'« f»«^.- < r .1 .i.t ph J M>ii 6 %r\ Ml 4 Aiu4,>n look Klrhitrd t.i I. i» > 111 AUfcU't 1»61 A month Pilir .\l rum •.-ni to luwa and • •urn...I III. ti.iol to hJ» ttAXid ni .Iti.r \tn VVilh^rt V i<h«r|i, «»< iit's %ton!i-^il \%h''r«* h« t t t^<n «t.^\tniir viniiiT A l»m|>ofi»ry . ..Ill t ,.|..l.-r M. li; .n «i>» nr,I,-r>d to p^V 17 SO > "..k |...»*(••! hi« mm » •uppor< Ksthmlllr. la.. DnJIy Nni»» .Kat.. .Inni« 21, I9.W S TtIK T?exaII DKIO KTORE YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS , l*hArm*rt*bi on duty at" all llmc*. S<>rvlnc your pr<'ihtl^Uin orMta prflMptly an4 ffflei^ntlr. Vr.RWK s\\t\s. fRAHJ CtlLMTO.** and J. I. linVK ENDS TONITE: Mark Stevens Angela Lansbury "MUTINY II Co-Hlt: Starro'tt & Bumntto "SMOKY CANYON" SUNDAY AND MONDAY Noniiw DIME ABOUT liiisSniRir./ Said "No" to Hellyweed. Alabama beauty, yolande Bctbczc. Miss America of 1951, turned down u chance to be a "new Rita Hayworth". Wh«n kid* «•« mumpt. it's rot ncwi. But when cat pt« mumps, loo-tJial'ik news. A»k .Sammy, pel o( Alan aoU Uarbara Aiwood, Windwr, Vi. • Man bites dog every day! ^ EX.' P »o nfed th* wrong hewM. Mrs. Edna MacGrcgor. Brighton, Mass.. breaks the news to painlcri Harold and Gene Kilbride. pwmcn Car RJ MI Ovtr nood. FJooda ofteo rfae over car*, but this boutebolder in Winnipeg turwicl the ubi«i. Each day water rote, bs bottted bii «ar bJil)^, Irs ALWAYS IIAI'I'I:NIN <;, fiomcwhorr, sonu'liow—Unit ri'MTsc twist, tliut or- dinury sitthitioii doing u .sotiicr.suiilt. .And no woiidt^r. NO two huiiiuii l>oiiig.s are alike. The fixes they can gel into, the iiiistukes uiid niisduinuaii- ors, the snufu.s and rluibarbs, the tough brcak.s and happy endings, arc practically infinite. What man ha.s hilteu wliul dog tcv day? That's what every iKxJy picks up hi.s newspaper —every single day —to find out. N O I MK I )' isev(!rdi.sap|X)iiite<l. Tlicre's alwa) s at least one "Well, whudduya know .. .1" and u.sn.illy a lot of them. J'or you. the stop|M'r of the day may be strange lu'dfcllims in |X)litics,.. f(»r vour wife, it may \K a new insido-out |)4x.'ketlM>ok. Hut neither one of sou can do without your daily charge of anuizcmeiit aod amuicnient-your newspaper. So you read a uewspajx'r every tlaj ...and so (lo<s everylxKly else, • • • If s(»u'rc selling something that's ud- xertisetl. iiiake sure it's adsertis4"d to nil the |)eople in town who can |XJssiblv liiiy. just as you reafi the pajRtr nov*. all your ctislfiniers and prosjMX'ls read the pajKT t (K) —at the time they choose, for as long as they C I UMIM ? — for the ad- sertising .is well as for news or for fun. When your selling is b.teked bv ni!wspa|)<-r advertising, your story has a chance to reach evervUxiy. Your aii- tlience isn't just (omedy fans, or niss- tery fans, oi sfxtrts fans, but cwnj- hinlij. Is it any \v«nuler that advertiseis today insf'st far UMire of tlieir nioiiev iii newspapers than in any i>thcr Conn of advertising? Only the new&()a{XT i$ first with the most turn*.. • first with Uic n»mt ^leople ...first with the most advertitcn! The newspaper is always "first with the most" kr iUMEAU OF AJIVEKTOINC AmOtm N ^wr PMhhm A MOC M M L —< fnMMiii fci the tiinM<i at mm tmimUim»t w

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