Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 24, 1952 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 24, 1952
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Social New* I Dr. Leon Schmidt and Dorothy Rugtiv Married By ALICK IIIOINBOTIIAM Miss Dorothy Marie RuKti^• daughter of Mr. iind Mis. Noah Rugtlv of Estlifrv'lk', and Dr. Loon H. Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Otto of Indinnnpoli.s Ind., were united in niariiagi' Sunday, June 22. at 2 p. m. at llie Eathcrville Lutheran church. Tlvj Rev. U G. Hinderaltcr offici.ited at the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with 'bnskcts of blue delphinium anJ orange blossoms and candelabra. Prenuptial music, played on the organ by Mi.-is Joan Cramer, consisted of a group of the brides favorite wedding songs. Miss Cramer also played the bridal march from Lohengrin by Wagner and the wedding march by Mendelssohn and accompanied Miss June Harris who sang "Through Tho Years" and the "Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of ivory satin and lacc_ Her finger tip veil was held In place by orange blossoms. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls and she carried a colonial bouquet of white roses. Miss Jeane Larson of Indiana r.j)Hs was maid of honor. Her gown was of white eyelet over blue tnffcta and she carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations tied with yellow net. The bridegroom N-as attended by Fred Rhodes of Indianapolis. Ushers were two brothers of the bride. Dr. George M. Rugtlv of Dos Moines and Dr. Norman Rug­ tlv of Esthcrvlllc. All men In tho bridal party had white carnation boutonnlcrea. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Rugtlv chose a navy blue suit with navy and white accessories. Her corsage was of red roses. The bridegroom's parents were unable to attend the wedding. A reception was held in the church parlors Immediately after the ceremony. Decorations \v'ere Iti tho bride's chosen colors of blue, yellow and white. The reception table was centered by a floral arrangements of pink and white roses. The throe tiered wedding cuke was topped by a miniature bridal couple. Following the traditional cutting of the first piece of cake by the young couple the remainder was cut and served by Mrs. Lloyd Johnson. Mj-rf. Myrtle Duncan presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. T. O. Fossell poured coyee. Mrs. Knut Tangeros, Mrs. Olga DEAF? FBEK DK.'MONSTRAION Western Electric & Model 67 Audivox HEARING AIDS THURSDAY, JUNK 26 GABDSTON HOTKL 9 a. m. to 12 Noon Repairs and Batteries for most makes. FREE estimate.'* if you wish. Western Electric hearing aids designed by Bull Telephone laboratories Audi- vox, a complete companion for quality and nation wide service. If you cannot come in. write Xor Free Booklet to IOWA AUDIPHONK CO. 10 yeara at 811 Fleming BIdg., Dcs Moines, Iowa Vngle and Mrs. K. L. Grinde assisted In the kitchen. Following the reception the young couple left on a wedding trip to Hollywood. Calif., where Dr. Schmidt will serve a year'.< medical Internship at the Hollywood Presbyterian hospital. Mrs, .Schmidt chose for her going aw- a.v costume a n.-itural ombroldered suit with natural and white :iccej<- sories. The bride is n gr.nduate of E.s- thervllle high school and lown State college. She recently completed her dietetic Internship nt Indiana University medical school. The bridegroom is n recent graduate of the Indiana Unlvi;r»ity medical school. • Hold Robtnson Reunion at Pine Lake StaU> I'ark Mr. and Mrs. Snm Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Clabaugh an-l Barbara Jane drove to Pino Lake State park near Eldora Sunday to attend a reunion of the Robinson family. Families from Reinbeck. Fort Dodge, Thompson. Davenport, Waterloo, Dubuque, Grundy Center, Eagle Grove, and Crystal Lake attended. There were 75 In all. It was agreed by the group to hold the reunion at the same place n- gain next year. • Dorothy Kugtiv Honored At lirldal Sh.iwer Mias Dorothy Rugtlv was honored Thursday night nt a bridal shower given for her by Mrs. F. R. Evcrds. Tho guests assembled ot the Ev­ crds home at 7 p, m. for a dessert supper. They wore seated at two long tables, each centered by a floral arrangement of garden flow, crs. The hand made place cards were rosebud trimmed. Alter all were seated Miss Rugtiv and her mother were oaoh presentecl a gift by Mrs. Everds. The honored guest was given two tablespoc-ns in her Sterling I silver pattern by the group. j The evening's cntertolnmcnt; consisted of a contest game with June Harris and Alice Tangcn as jvrlze winners after which the group worked on and presented Miss Rugtiv with three luncheon sets. TRAFFIC .W in Esthcr%-nic A.S .AT n .stand-still on many streets due to trees and wires down across the street, street. (Daily News photo and engraving) The tree above is on North Eighth The guest list included the guest of honor, her mother, tors. John Rugtiv and Mrs. R. L. Orinde and Shirley, June Harris, Alloc Tangen. Ruth Cole. Mrs. H. W. Whorley, Mrs. Myrtle Duncan, Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, Mrs. Melvin Peterson, Mrs. T. O. Fossell and her mother, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Alex Johnston, Mrs. Rose Kiefer, Hazel Amdal, Frances Manthey, Lulu Bright, Lena Long. Helen Ressler and Mrs. Jonas Amdal. Hoffman in Speech For Eisenhower Washington JP — Elsenhower headquarters announced today that Paul Hoffman -will make a major political speech at a $SO-a-platc Eisenhower day dinner at the Shoreham hotel here Thursday. Hoffman is on leave as president of the Ford foundation to take an active part in Gon. Dwight D. Eisenhower's campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. The function Thursday is billed as an Elsenhower day dinner. The generol will be speaking in Denver the same night and his speech will be piped to the dinner site after Hoffman complete."! his address. .Powerful Soyiel ,4^1 Espionage Ring Fs Uncovered Frankfurt, HP^ -- A Rhineland actress and a Frankfurt police official were accused today of directing the most powerful Soviet bloc spy ring ever uncovered in West Germany. The federal attorney general"? office continued to muffle in secrecy most .of the details of the espionage network which allied and Ooi'man counter-intelligence agents smashed last April 28. But It disclosed that Maria Knuth a Cologne stage veteran, and Hermann Westbelt. Frankfurt pollc- department secretary, are held as the alleged chief spies. ,AiMcrlqan, British and French a ksitiii jcbbnerated',^ith»,the West GcrnSan'«(Mvornrfi(Jnt • in •' raids on communlsPllDBnce- cspionai^c cen- 'tors in Berllh, Frankfort anfl Cologne two months ago. The government Inter confirmed that confidential information hod leaked to the Soviet bloc even frdm Inside Dr. Konrad Adenauer's office. Tho attorney general'."! office said two other employes of the Frankfiirt police deijarlment are under arrest with Westbelt anJ Mrs. Knuth. but did not identify them. SCHOOL E.">IPLOYKS at Sunderlin field saw up one of the many trees down around town while a (Dally News photo and engraving) neighbor looks on. Events Calendar Household Goods at AUCTION As I uin moving (o California to live, I will sell tho following at Public Auction, on Saturday, lune 28 1:30 p. m. At my premises, 826 N. 7th St. DavenpoM and Ciiair, two Bedroom SuitcH, Rocker, Pull-up Cliair and Cliairs, Lamp8, Desk^ Radio, Sewing Machine, Table, Gas Plale, Copper Boiler, Ironing Board, Coronado- Mangle, Coronado Refrigerator (sealed unit). Lawn Chairs, Lawn Mower, Tools and many other articles too numerous to mention. T. 0. Fossell, Prop. 3eii Beeves, lAvoHdnecr Eiiunet County State Bank, Clerk Tonight B. P. O. E. 6:30 p. m. Free lunch and regular meeting. Esther>'Hle Lutheran Banquet, 6:45 p. m. Father and Son banquet. Pastor C. M. Hanson of Minneapolis will be guest speaker. Women of tlie .Moose. 8 p. m. Special meeting at the Moose home. Wednesday EHthnrvlllv Town.shlp Club. 2:30 p. ni. Meet with Mrs. I,u- verne Peterson. Mrs. Lars Anderson, Thursday St. -ludo's fUrele. 2 p. m. At the .Tohn Hoffman home. \\'a-Tun-\V, 8:30 p. 111. Dinner meeting In 'Shore room of Ihe Ourdslon hotel. Women of the .Mouse. 7:15 p. m. Banquet at Shore room of the Gardston hotel. 8:30 p. m. Inslallulion of officers by the Storm Liike chapter nt the Moose home Knigbl.s of Pj-thlns 8 p. m. Business meeting. Thi.i one i.s important. Kveniiig Circle .Meeting of MrthodUt Church. 8 p. m. At the church for molh- ois of young childien. Everyone inlcresluU is cordially invlleil. Proposed Trip Of Lattimor^ A "Fabrica^i" Washington, /P—Tho Washington Post said today the FBI has determined that a report Owen Latti- moro was planning a trip to an Iron curtain country was "a sheer fabrication." The FBI refused immediate comment on the newspaper! story. It was on the basis of tho report that Lattlmorc Intenden a trip to an iron curtain country that the state department ordered customs officials to see to it that Ijalllmore did not leave the country, Lattlmore is a professor at Johns Hopkins university In Baltimore and a central figure In a senatp Investigation Into reports of communist Influences over the state department. He has repeatedly denied any communist connections. The Post said the FBI has determined that the person who made tho report about the alleged L,alti- more trip "was an informant to the control Intelligence agency." The newspaper added: "Under subsequent investigation by the FBI he is sold to have admitted that his statement was untrue." Friday I,HU « Shore Country t;iul). 2 p. m. Meet with Mrs. Harold Lennox. Mrs. Willium Martin, program eluiirmun. HorscH were found in America until comparatively recent geologic times, hut died out and did not appear again until introduced from E-uropu by man. $192,282 in Tax \ Liens filed Sioux Clt^', la., (,'l'>- Mr. and Mrs. John P. Kampmeyer of Sioux City, luivc been named In two federal income tax Hens totaling .'5192,283 filed here. The Iowa office of the collector I of internal revenue filed the liens I yesterday with the Woodbury coun- 1 ty recorder. I One of the liens, totaling $144,PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 28 , 1:30 i». ni. I will offer-tho following property for sale June 28lh at Superior, lu,, located in Bringle Hardware building. Electric valve grinder, car iack, tool box and dyes, tool grinder with motor, air compression tank with motor, 30 head gaskets, 60 fan belts, vise, two large electric drills, complete ignition tester, seveual hones for rcboring motors, electric drills. Ford touring car, three trouble lights, light bulbs, several ring gears and pinions, wheel pulUirs, six new clutches, several quarts of HEET, radiator hose, auto creep, battery cables, spark plug filters or cleaners, tool chests, generators, heating stove. A full line of mechanical tools and many other items too numerous to mention, TERMS: Cash. All property must be .settled for before being removed from premises, PHILLIP WOkF. Owner Aiutloneor: fi. C. Uuwi», Cli<rk; Flrni .Vatloiml Bttiik, J -Jilfi< Pitrli, Jmvii 11 Killed in Plane Crash Mildenhall. England, June 24. UP)—A U. S. air force B-50 medium bomber* with II men aboard crashed and burned today minutes after taking off from Its base near this Suffolk county town. A police spokesman L -aid there were no survivors. Ft. Dodge Pastors Ask Stricter Enforcement Fort Dodge, la. l/Pi - The Fort Dodge .Minlstcriai association yesterday advocated stricter law enforcement here .'ind commended Attorney General Robert L. Larson for i!tids conducted by state .'igent.s at the Amvet.") nnd 34th division clubs lust week. A .spokesman for th'b group said: "We are concerned over the large number of Fort Dodge taverns which are reported as now soiling or having sold liquor illegally." To Probe Frontlpr Incident Amman, Jordan OP) —Tho Israeli- Jordan mixed armistice commlj- slort today will investigate the killing of four Israeli guards In frontier territory yotftcraay. Jordan officials said tho Israeli patrol wandcrcO Into Arab territory, whore they were fired on by Ar»b guards. « The average tcmpcrtiturc of thf surface of the Earth Is about 60 degrees PahrenheU. Estherville, Idwa, Olilly Nev^i Tucs., June 24,1982 2 If sweel soft drinks leave you'fkiiistfd* Mn Fresh, clean-ta$teggyou drink'S^uitiL. Fresh, cleati taste atiet vou dritih Squirt. Never an after•thirn't! Crystal Springs Bbltling Works COFVWICHT 1132. TMt SOUmT COMPANV 993, was filed against Kampmeyer, operator of a billard establishment j and livestock breeder, and covers j an eight-year period. The other lien, totaling $47,290, was. filed against Mr. and Mrs. Kampmeyer and covers a two-year period. NORTHERN LUMBER CO. QUALITY FARM - EQUIPMENT You can now buy your tawn'! machinery on our finance plaii.r As low as 25% downi Balance over 21 months. Our interest charge is regular bank rate. No interest charged until machine is used. Northern Lumber Co. Implement Department Esthcniilc, Iowa MI™ h^lpnn,, Kcnrim »4 irlm. IIIVM IO chiai. Sl'houi Zl". Most Jnmom wimher in motor corj -r -88/ Most Jamoits name in K f t K E T f OWH f t etieiiics—'Hockct"! That's iho unbeatable combination you get iu Oldsmnbilc's now 160-horsepower Super "88." And what a value! This tltisbhi" "88" gives you more power for'the money tiiaii any other ear! Phis llvdfa-Malic Jjuper Drive* . . . GM Hydraulic Steering* . . . new Antronii-Kvp*! But lakn tho wheel yonrtelf! Call UK , . . for your ilutc with OUkmobilf'* brilliant Suj^r "88 '! SCKYOUR NEAREST OkDSMOftliE DiALIR INN. IM S. Sixfll Sf. Estherville, Iowa tHE IrtVS ARE WAITING! DRIVE OUR SPECIAL ''ROC»I.TM SHOW CA«»<>»A^^^^

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