Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 25, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 25, 1952
Page 6
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Briefs !n tlie Nens Carl Will Guest Soloist At Weeh^s Band Concert * * • Carl Will, high scliool and jun lor coUpgc vocal music diicctdr, will be guest soloist at the era son's fourth concert of the municipal bund tomorrow nl>;ht in tlic city park. Ho will sinj; two si lec­ tion. "On the Road to Miindalay" by Olcy Speaks and "Triimp, Tramp, Tramp" from Victor ilcr- bnrt's ""Naushty Marietta." Next week'.s concert on July .'. will feature patriotic selections. Program for Thur.'iday concert includes "Storm King March" liy Kinlayson, "Fliindri.i Overture". Smetsky; "Hinds Acro.fs the Sea". Sousa; "Wheel of Fortune', Leonard; "Colonel Bogy March". Alford; "Glass Slipper." a atory of Cinderella, Yodir; "In- vercurgill March." Litlmow: Wills second .solo; "Shrimp Boats". Howard and "Klaxon March". Filliiiuri'. Kcdirn from IMcdinj; Kenneth Kaulz. Mr and Mrs. .lohn Cireij; and Mr. atui Mis. Adolph Spies of Gr .-ii 'tlinger returned last night from a tuo-(l:iy meeting of the Atnericaii society of farm managers held at Valentine. Neb. In addition to formal sessions the group visited .'uid inspected ranch operations in the are :i. Wind Storm Hits Southern Minnesota Minneapolis /V-A wind stoim roared across southern Minnesota last night at speeds up to 95 miles an hour, injuring a half dozen persons in the state and causing the death of a farm woman as it whipped into western Wisconsin. The galo was clocked at 95 miles an hour at the airport at Redwood Falls, in west-central Minnesota. At Wlllmar, 40 miles to the north, the lashing storm was the worst to strike the city in the memory of old-timers. « * * MISS HKNRFKTTA Mordick. 57, of near Somerset. Wis., was fatally hurt when a timber from a barn hurtled through a door in her homo and crushed her chest. Near Cleveland, Minn., about 40 miles southwest of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George Lutternum, their daughter, Shirley. 10, and son. James, 9; George Blaschke and Helmer Syveraon were hospitalized after the storm damaged huildings on 15 farms. * * * JIANV I'OU'KH and phone lines were downed in the storm area, particularly around Redwood Falls and Willmar. Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. said 300 long-distance circuits and about 10,000 phones were out of order. Twenty mil^s of power lines poles were leporteil down just west of Redwood Falls Most of the line trouble was <auseil when trees were broken off or uprooted by the wind. Drum Corp.s To Hclicarsc The Kstherville Hi uni and Hucle corp.s vvill hold .-i iliill session lo- niglit at 8 o'cUielt. The corp.s will drill at the b.'ili dlaiuiind it the area hiis dried siiltieientlv to |>iTnnt m.-irchiim'. If it is ICKI wet at tin- ball park the praetiee will lu- held in the eity liall area Mrs. I{. I.. .Mallory Dies Mrs n. I, Mallory of Walei'loo. a forniei' Ksther\*i!le resident, div'd this moining at the home where she lived in Waterloo, according to word received here. She was foimd dead in the house by neighbors. Mrs. Mallory's husband formerly was associ.ited with Hoy Bassett in the furniture business when the Mallorv.' lived in Ksther­ ville. The Weather OFFICIAL TK.MI'KUATl Ki;S Maximum yesterday: 91 Minimum last nislit. tiO. TODAYS WKATllLK X a. m. Ti ni])eratures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Barometer: Rain: One inch 6'. X •-•11.45 Xooii 79 X 10 29.45 IOWA FOHKCAST Partly cloudy and continuid veiy warm east and south, showers and thundershowers late this afternoon and evening, becoming locally heavy in northeast late in afternoon with some liail likely. High today 90 to 100 east. Partly cloudy and cooler northwest with occasional showers, high 80 to 90 northwest. Considerable cloudine .Hs witli occasional showers tonii;ht and Thursday and locally severe windstorms north late this afternoon or early this evening. Cooler Thursday and in extreme west tonight. Low tonight ranging from around (50 northwest to around 75 southeast. High Thursday 75 northwest, around 90 extreme southeast. Further outlook: Friday partly cloudy, not so warm anil less humid. Kiwanis CluJj To Sjionsor Kids' Fish Day BY BKKA IIKATU.MAN Kid's Fish day will be held at the Armstrong swimming pool Wednesday, June 25, under the sponsorship of the local Kiwanls club. The swimming pool which has not been used for several years, will be filled with water this week and the Conservation commission will duinj) 2,000 fish in the pool sometime he- foro the big day. Fishing will be from 1:30 to 3:30 p. m. and the age group will l )e 5 through 14. All youngsters in this territory are invited to take i)arl in tho day's activities. Howirver, they are required to register for the event and this may be doni' during the mornings of June 21). 21 or 23 at the schoolhouse. When children register they will rieeive a ticket which enlilles them to free pop, ice cream and other fish day activities. Children are ret |Uiied to fish with cane poles or rods with a fixed line. Hooks will be furnished. Prizes will he given for the hngest fish and the most fish caught in each age group. MINNKSOTA FOKFCAST f.'onsiilei able cloudiness. occasional showei-s and thunilerstoi n\s south and east central tonight and in extreme Tbuisday. Locally severe windstiiims thlB afternoon anil early e\'enlng In f^outn- east and ne.-ir Iowa holder. Cooler southeast tonight. Dr. Oliver W.^ndell Holmes, father of the' late V. S. Supreme Couil justice brought about a sharp drop in the incidence of child-bed fever l.y advising doctors to wash their hands tjefore delivering babies. Tasmania was liist discovered when twn Dutch ships under Cajit. Ahel Tasman were driven onto the coast hy gales ol wind in tlie year 1641:. Futher -.Soii Kiinquet. The Rev. Paul Wikmaii of Kingsted addressed the Father-Son lian- quet Tuesday evening at the lOOF hall sponsored by the Rebekah lodge. More than 50 were in attendance. "Baseball" was the theme Used for the banquet. Ralph Cuntmins served as toastmaster. The welcome was given 1 )V Bertie Anderson; response, Arnold Gaardo Jr.; vocal solo, Carl Andersen; reading. Lloyd Kastman; vocal solo. Dale Cummins; address, Rev. Wikmun. *!SHiJlMiEH! UHCOI'OITIOMUIT OUAIAMTIIO Kitnt-I.iish ir.toiiruls the nuist expert ca-sU-r. All.irh III M M-I'<UH1K Ut uny rcrl- iilij nr rifW" rdi-aij or .-v pinsivi- utiit it'n HLMI- liiW'ly imjxj^iMihW' for liiu- to riiutil or I^HHC (III>' to bat-k lii.^h. Kv.'M lM-«iiiiifrs i -a.-itinvr f"r tht- first imn' u\-\ »ii\U'tii'viihlr lll•^W|nl•t• anil .TIMMJ- racy. Woi 'kf. (in priiiciplf of ffntrifiiKiil fnrrc Kaiit-Ln --h is worth its WIMKHI m Kcl'i to any man or wnniun who dwH any tyjK) n M f V nl fishiiiK with a r <M >L Kant-I.ush W • liildH m the fun of (inhiiivr. Vi -l. C Kani-I .HHh Ht'WA fur $2.9S tindi -r y !>t<nsatii)iml uur.unfJttioiml (iUAH- ANTKh;. 2 ?5 KANT-LAS H WIvSI'KKN Al TO A.ssoL'ialf Store TODAY AND THURSDAY ^Iiiscatinc Dobair Team in Toiirnry Boston. I .Tl lou.a's eiiliy. tli-- Muscatine high school, was still in the running today in I lie ihinl rmind of the National P'orensic league tournament heie, Muscatine was itiU' t )f tie- 1." teams which won one deli:ite and lost one during yesterday's opening day competitiim. Nine teams, including the .siouv Falls. .S. D. high school team of Oi'orge Frederiekson and Trilile Aker won two debates .vesterda>- .•;nil nine other le.wns lost two d. - Ijates and were eliminated Wrestler Fined $50 for Assaull Des .Moines (.Ti Lawrence John lllanrahan. who wrestles under the name of Mike Savage, W.TS fined i'lO foi assault and battery hy Mu- jnicipal .luilge Don L. Tidrick yes- tei'da.w Police accused Hiinrahnn of taking part in a $!>0 assault robbery in which R.ilph Oalvin, iin attendant at the Knoxville veterans hos- l)itMl. was the victim. The incident occurred in a Des Moines downtown apartment May 8. tialvin tistified that Hanrahan was one of two men who beat him after a woman had lured him from a tavern to the apartment. He said tho second man fled after taking his wallet. Hanrahan claimed Galvin swung on him first. I $7,23J3 Draft Horse Prciiiiiiiiis ' Des Moines, (.Ti Cash premiums totaling .$7,2.35 will be offered for till- more than 200 CI.ISSCH of competition in a national draft horse and mule show at tho Iowa State Fair Aug. 23-Sei)t. 1. Th" event is expected to attract numy of the top draft horses and mules in the country, W. H. Maxwell, superintendent of the show. said. Loses Ann to Hippo, Wins $65,000 Award New Voik, (/rJ|— Seaman Robert H. HawJins, 4.3, won a federal court jur.v award o.( $65,000 .yesterday because a hippopotamus he was assigned to feed bit off his right arm. The i,ncident occurred last summer when the hippo wn.i being brought here from Africa for the Central p^irk zoo aboard the freighter Africa Star. Rawlins .sued the ship's owner. Farrell Lines Inc. Americans use about 1.35 pounds of wheat flour per capita annually. EstluTvllle, Iowa, Daily News Wed.» June 25, 1952 Fails To Live Up To His Name San Francisco, 'VP>— If Walter Speed had lived up to his name, he wouldn't be going to police traffic school today. Municipal Judge Homer Buclt- Icy ordered Speed to brush up on his driving because he hold up traffic on the hcavily-travfied San Pranclsco-Oakland bay bridge. Speed was going 30 niilos an hour in a 40-milo limit lane. FAIRMONT,MINNES0TA ELMER SGHEID Thursday, June 26 • * • CLIFF KYES Sunday, June 29 Open until 10:00 every week day evening except Sundays and Legal Holidays. Always depend on Fareway to give you the most for your money week in and week out. Food go down and quality goes up at Fareway. Do AI>L your shopping here! Salad Dressing Wheaties Peaches MIRACLE WHIP Qt. Jar 12-oz. Pkg. KOSETTE Sliced California FREESTONE IN HEAVY SVKUP 49c 19c 2 No. M «i Coupon Free for Frostee Mix Inside Simsliine Nut Sundae 'pi <r 27c u > Home Brand Olives Planters Cocktail Peanuts Big To|)—Decorated Jar Peanut Butter "iaT 39c Mm Stuffed 29c Can' 35c Ma Brown Pickles Baby Foods Strained Cans 27c Kicliardson's Kor-Jels ^'"'^lo°x 29c Frostee—Choc, or Vanilla Dessert Mix IZ^. 29c Sweet Delicious Pt. ^iC .Northern Han(]uet NAPKINS 2 pi <L 's. 29c 4-oz. Can 22c Pik-Nik SHOESTRING Potatoes 5 MOKE BEAN COFFEE Lb 75c (Ground to your desire) DKAIN OPENEK ELF Keeps Drains Open 24c with thiese fresii Fruits and Vegetables CARROTS Green Top IJig !\Iae Bnch.s. 19c TOMATOES Vine Uipened Hulk 1 I „ 29c ORANGES Siinkist 220 Si'/.e Do/. 39c LEMONS Sunkist 252 Si-/-e Doz. 59c Floor Wax Simonize «• Cans $1.18 refund on sak*. Zephyr Drink Assorted £i Bottles 15c Tissue WALDORF 3 Rolls 25c l \Iargarine PARKAY Bag 33c WRISLEY'S SOAP 8 bar ass't. bag Free Face Cloth 59c ROUND U. S. Choice ^ ^^^m m. Your STEAK Rath Blackhawk Aiuues oeuci Short BEEF V. S. Clioice A mmt Blade Cuts rh RO/VbT'^''"**«'^"*' DeUcious • PORK S'AQ|. STEAK J... four Can HAM Lb. 49c SKINl^ESS Frcmjcfurts PORK ROAST strictly ^Brossou Cut up ^'A to 8,4 »o«ton Butt 43c Crackers SUNSHINE Lb. 25c Crackers SCHULTZ ^ _ & BURGH Complete Selection tor your Canning Needs. A T~( ONOMICAI. FOOD DISIRlBl 1 iO\ Specials Effective June 26, 27, ?8. S S. i o. I r a f f r Bring your eggs to us for highest pifice io town V ' • * #, }

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