Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 24, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 24, 1952
Page 6
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BrieffeUn \]h Nctli" Funeral Seriices for Clarence Kurtz Thursday < Funeral aervlces foi- Cliin'ncc! Kurtz, assistant chlpf of the firr tlepartmcnt, who dicU Monday night will be held Thursday afternoon ' at 2 o'clock at the Prcahytc- rlan church with the Rov. E. C. Bowyor of Grace Episcopal church In charge. Services are boinjj held la the Presbyterian church because of the larjinr seatlnt; cupncity, Burial will be in Oak Hill rrnie- tery. Serviceman's Address Cpl. Marvin G. Myhre U. S, 66113789, Co. B, 8tli Cav. Refit. A. P. O. 201, care Postmaster, San F'ronclsco, Cnllf. Speaker at Church Service Prof. W. A. Uueker of St. Paul college, Concordia, Mo., will speak on Juno 29 and July 6 at the Lutheran church service held each Sunday morning until Aug. 24, at the iWalther League camp at 9:45 a. fn. From 80 to 100 have been at- icndlng the church services which tre hold in the camp chapel iit •amp this summer. jPrccdom Pariey at I^akcs . The second Annual Freedom lonference will be hold at the fabernacle in Arnolds Park July 1-6. The Rev. R. R. Brown of Omiha is in charge of arrangements ind announces that two outstand- ng ministers and speakers have )een procured for the conference. Phe Dr. H. B. Prince, pastor Jethesda Free church of Minnea- )0ll8 and Rev. Gavin Hamilton, Slble teacHor, evangelist, travel- ir and author will be heard many imes during the conference. Mis: lonaries will also participate and jhe conference director will speak. The conference will open tho Ight of July 3 with a full program hn July 4 morning and evening of Saturday the 5th and morning, af- .ernoon and evening of Sunday. t uly 6. There will also be an un- sual program of music and spc- ilal study groups and youth fea- urcs. 'ersonol j ^lention MrA, Leon Pratt returned Sunday, after spending the post week fct Clark's Grove, Minn., with her ^ster^ln-law, Mrs'. Euna Ji -Jnsen. She also visited at Albert Lea with •itr. and Mrs. Herman Woodard. Mrs. Kay Van Valkenburg rehirn- ed Sunday from Lincoln, Nel)., Swhere she spent the past week with her brother, B. R. Lucas, who underwent major surgery in the Veteran's hospital there. He is report- fid to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stawford, Joy and Duane of Larraboe were Sunday afternoon guests of the latter's brother and sister-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Leedi. artd family. • THK DRUG STORE YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 1 Pharmacists on duty af all times. Serving your prescription needs pronptty and efllcientlv. VEKXK NV .SrAN, CBAIG COLSTON and J. L. HOVE Phone IS Personal Alentton sir. and Mrs. Donald Boyve.v uiid little daughter of Des Moines arrived last night to spend a week with Mrs. Boyvey's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Howard, r Mr. and Mrs. Itnllaiid Shannon. Dale, Mike and John and Mr.s, Mary Shannon attended a .loncs- .Shannon reunion Sunday ;it Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. ('. K. Swale left Saturday for Salem, .S. D., where they will spend several days witli their Hon -in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jasper. Mr. and .Mrs. Hay Neltzke, Nick and Steve of Sar.isota, Fla., are spending this month at a cottage at Brooks Beach at OkobojI. Steve and Nick arc attending camp at Camp Foster while their parcnln visit relatives and friends of this area. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wajen Andrew Hanson and Mrs. Anna Shaw returned Saturday from Kenyon, Minn., where they attended a Lutheran conference. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shaw also attended the convention from Wednesday until Sunday. Vfr.. Oliver Anderson, who has spent the past eight months in Korea with the 24th and 40th Infantry division, a California guard unit, has been sent to Inchon, Korea, for rotation to the United States. Pfc. Anderson la the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Derald Sherman of Fresno, Calif., left Monday morning after visiting the past week at the home of Mr. Sherman's brother and stster-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sherman. They also will visit with other relatives while en- roule home. Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Warren and little .son of Richland, Wash., are visiting at the parental Fred Stump home and with other relatives here. They also visited relatives at Winnebago, Minn., Sunday. They will return to their home the latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wcyilert and their daughter, Donigan, drove up from Livermorc Saturday and spent the day with J. J. Sherman at the Orleans hotel. The Wey- derts lived for many years on the Edward Sherman 600 acre farm southwest of Hardy where Mr. and Mrs. Sherman raised 14 children. Mr. Sherman is one of the 14. Mr. und .Mrs. Chirmct^ Juhl und Dennis and Shirley Valen returned Monday foienoon from a vacation trip in the west during which they visited for two weeks .at Astoria, Orif.. with the Juhl's son, A 3-c Arvin Juhl, who i.s stationed at Fort Stevens, near Astoria. They also visited in Washington and returned home by way of yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills. Mr. und Mrs. Howard Lindsay, Karen, Jjinlee, Viona and Robeit of Salt Lake City, Utah are spending tlie month of June with relatives and friends in the Estherville vicinity iind other points in Iowa. After a week at the home of Mrs. Lindsay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Thomas, thc^y drove to Fredericksburg, where they .-ipenl several days at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Russell. Among the interestlnh' spots they visited in northeastern Iowa were the Bily Brother.i clocks at Spillville, St. Anthony's Chapel, the Little Brown Cluireh, St. Lucas' Cathedral and the Devil's Biick Bone Slate park. From there they drove to Rowan to see Mr. Lindsey's uncle, Clarence Lindsay and visited friends at Webster City. At Woodward they were joined by Mrs. Lindsay's sis- ^ ISickel Vacation To Switzerland Amherst,, (Ji') Jack Tralnor will take a nickel vaca- tlln to Switzerland—this summer. And here's how Tralnor.-firm believer in the power of a nickel, worked It out. Since his discharge from the army in 1946, Trainer has yearned to revisit the beautiful European highland republic which he saw during his army service. So he called upon all his nickels to help him go; every day he saved every nickel that came his way. First he filled a two-gallon jug. Then he .switched to a five-gallon jug. He has Just finished three nights of counting nickels. He has 18,600. That 's .$930—and Tralnor says it 's enough for his long- planned vacation, THE SIDEWALK AND a large tiee were uprooted by the heavy winds at the O. F. Manthe (Dally News photo and engraving) home at 302 North Seventh street. The tree crashed to the ground just nii.ssing the house. ter, Helena Thomas, who returned milted yesterday for surgery, to Esthervllle with them to visit ' with her parents for the no.xt month. They plan to leave the 26th for their home in Utah. 4t Holy Famny Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pet ^Tsnn of Esthervllle are parents of a son born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vander Woude of Arnolds Park are parents of a son born yesterday. Floyd GmtafBon of E»ther\ille entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Mrs. WUliam McMillan of Es- thervillo was admitted yesterday for medical care. Mrs. Knud Bonnlcksen of Rlng- sted entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Lyndon Opnal of Armstrong was admitted ye.?torduy for medical cure. Gerald Madison of Esthervllle entered the hospital yesterday for surgery, George Grems of Gniver was ad- Injiired in Accident Mondamin i/I^' - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duchen, prominent Sioux City couple, were injured Monday when their auto overturned two Mrs. William De Wall of Esther-j miles north of here on highway 75. Glen Igou of Spirit I.,ake entered the hospital yesterday for surgical treatment. vllle was admitted surgery. yesterday for Dewaine Doughty of Esthorville entered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Dlsmtwials yesterday were Mr«. Layton Behne and baby boy of Fenton; Mrs. Luverno Zufall and baby boy of Armstrong; Robert McBaIn of Terril, medical; Henry Ncppl of Estherville, medical; Mrs. Melvin Christiansen of Terrtl, medical; Mrs. Nels Christiansen of Ringated, surgery; Mrs. George Thompson of Estherville, surgery. Action Is Deferred Des Moines (/Pi Action on a state conservation commission proposal to sell four acres of Ringgold county land to the Mt. Ayr Lions club for $1 was deferred Monday by the Iowa executive council. The tract, which does not join other state-owned land, is part of 10 acres given to the state by J. P. Fife. They were hospitalized at Onawa. Life Phis Five Years Fort Madison t.'P)-Clark Fisher, 43, of Cedar Rapids, serving a life sentence for the second degree murder of his wife, Monday was given an additional five years for his escape from the state prison farm at Ciive June 15. • ' " Steel SlrJkc Forces Maytag Shut Down Newton, la., JP —The nationwide Btoel strike has forced Maytag company to suspend production at least a week beyond the normal two- week vacation shutdown' period. Company officials said yesterday that factory operations will halt at the close of work July 3 and will not be resumed until July 28. The shutdown will affect approximately 2,700 production employes In the Newton and- Hampton Maytag plants. The goldfish Is closely related to the carp. Knihcrvllle, Iowa, DalJy N«ws Tues., June 24, 1962 ^ Dr. K. L Johnson OPTOMETRIST Glasses Fitted Eyes EAndaeA Gardston Hotel Bldg. Phone 72 LAKES— Continued from page 1 all four tires blown and the top smashed in by the force of the impac*. of a tree which blew over on a garage roof where the truck Is kept. Telophono circuits were out and electric power linos down In the Lakes region and service still hadn't been, completely restored by noon In some parts of the area, Ht * m LITTLE DAMAGE to crops in the area waa reported. Several farm buildings were reported twisted off foundations and otherwise damaged by the storm. On the west shore of West Oko­ bojI a big tree at Green Acres, 27 feet in circumference at its base and described as the largest on the west side of the lake, was blown down near the home of Mrs. Cleo Green of Green Acres. Other trees wore lost to the storm throughout the area. Baked In EsthervtUe — Sold In Esthenille bjr HAROLD'S PASTRY SHOP The "Cheaper By The DoVe~n"J^^ dan is bacii\Oroy/ing i:p...Ml- ing in ihai v/onder- DEBRA JEFFREY EDWARD PAGET'HUNTER'ARNOLD K!!t» CMMCHHEl . UICAU MTIS • lOliai UIHUI • VtlNA rtUON jNow thru Thursday from lh» but- bdovtd Boolcaf-lht- Month Itqutl to *Chtap«r By Tht Ooitn' 11 N. fitii Phone Zdd "Most-Wanted" of Them M It will probably occasion no stirprise on your part to be told that the Cadillac car is the most wanted and sought-after automobile on the American highways. But you might be surprised to learn how widespread the desire to own this great motor car has become during recent years. Statistics indicate, for instance, that there are more ^han twenty million motorists in America who would like to call a Cadillac their own, ,Aii(d were th?, whole of the wpfld'^j/^iid'torlslla.^^ considered, thia number would grcjw w^l-nigH'beyond comprehension. 'J'here Is reason to believe, in fact, that Cadillac may be wanted by more people than any other product manufactured in America today. It might well be called the great desideratum of the American people. Naturall /j a motor car has tAVoffer many wonder- THE COLUEIS ANNIVERSARY ful things in order to occupy such a unique position in the hopes and aspirations of so many persons. It has to ofTer great and distinguishing beauty . . . luxurious comfort... brilliant, masterful performance ... and wonderful prestige. And, of course, in order to have become the logical ambition of so many millions, it would have to be practical to own, as well as wonderful to drive. And so, it would also have to offer—extraordinary economy! If this sounds like the description of the cor that you, yourself, would like to own and drive, then come in and see us—soon. Perhaps the time has come for you to join the hundreds of thousands of motorists who have stopped wanting a Cadillac—and started enjoying one! We'd be happy to see you any time. PRICES CUT RUGGED RIVERSIDES FOR SAFER HOLIDAY DRIVfirslS 10.95 00 12.55 riuH Federal Tax and your old tire 6.70-15 EVERY OUNCE FIRST QUALITY FULL NON-SKID DEPTH—FULL TRJBAD WIDTH—FULL SIZE RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHIOI{S SHa 0,40-16 • fi.76«l8 7.10.18 7,0(M5* 8.00-15 ().7<>-I6 . Tire Price* n% 12.55 15,26 10.85 18.75 13.85 Tube Frioe** US •iiWH 8.65 2.B0 RI,VBI{SIDES FOR OLDBR OA AS 0.50-15 15.S5 »M «.00-l« 10.06 .B^O-l^ V'' 15.88 MOTOR INN. 114 S. Estherville, Iowa Sixth SI. •rUw Fort, "^nx tti)d your old tire. 4III>PIUH Fed. Te» ONLV,IO% DOWN ON TIBRMS SALE ENDS JULY 6th

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