Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 27, 1952 · Page 2
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Personal Mention Steuen Kubisens Parents of Baby Boy . * * * Pastor and Mrs. William Henline are in receipt of a card telling them of the birth Saturday, June 21 of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kubisen at University hospital in -Iowa City. The bab;' weighed seven pounds, 11 ounces and has been named Steven Joseph Kubisen Jr. Mother and baby arc both well. Mr. Kubisen is athletic coach attd biology teacher at the local high school. The Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Leeds and family 'drove to Cherokee today to visit "with relatives. Mr. mid Mrs. Donald BUllngs entertained Mr.'and Mrs. Bert Cook of Marshalltowh at their home today. Miss Marion Hupp, WpHtarn Union operator, has been transferred from Waterloo to an office at Spencer. She spent the past week end here with relatives. Mr. and Mr*. Leon Krafft re-. ccntly returned from a vacation trip .to . Nippcrslnk-Namos, Wls. They stopped'in Chicago for a couple days while cnroutc home. Mr. and Mn. Vlggo Jacobiion and family left last night for their home in San Bernardino, Calif., after visiting here at the Robert Wilson and Robert Martyr homes. Mnil Carleton Berneklng and son, Bryan Rex, have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Herman Origer of Es- thervllle .since May 23rd. They plan to return to their home at Hays, Kane., on'Saturday. Lt. and Mrs. Melvtn It Scott arc spending a few days here visiting with the Ray Scott, Tony Stam and Wayne Shecley families while en- route- from Apple Valley, Calif., to North Carolina, Lt. Scott will be stationed, at an Atr- Force base there. . • Mr.'and Mm, John Rick and family, Mrs. Charlotte Taylor and children and Miss Alice Hupp drove to Sioux Center last night to visit with Mr; and Mrs. Henry Hupp who are living there in their trailer house while Mr. Hupp is employed there. ' Richard L. Godsil left this morning 'for the marine base at Camp Pendlcton, Calif., after spending a 30-day leave with his wife and" parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Godsil. Sgt'. and Mrs. Godsil were week-end guests of Mrs. Godsil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Diamond p^Mankato, ' Mrs. 'Mar*-' Shannon.will leave tomorrow •.mprriirig, for Minneapolis to spend several,days with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shannon and family. She will also'visit In St. Paul with her daughter; Mrs. Opal Taff and with her grandson, Tom Taff and hia family. lib. and Mrs. B. F. Booth have been enjoying a visit from Mr. Booth's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. arid Mrs. Leon Booth of Spokane, Wash. The Leon Booths have rented a' cottage at ,the lakes and will divide.the next month between there and their relatives in Esther- vine... . Mr. and Mn. Robert Wilson and Mrs. John Martyr will leave tomorrow for a trip In tho west. They will go first to Worland, Wyo., where they will visit with Mrs. Martyr's sister, Mrs. Mac Yost. Mrsi Martyr will remain with her sister while the Wilsons go on to Taeoma, Wash., and make a sight seeing tour of tho Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crawford and daughters,-Doree and Bobetto left this morning for a two week's vacation In New Orleans, La., and Florida'; In Florida they will be joined at' St. Augustine by Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Adolph of Sioux City, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs; Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Ilipble Sr., entertained members of their family at a gathering from Saturday through Wednesday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Higbie, Shirley, Gary, Billy and Linda of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Payne, Cecele, Becky Jo, Kay and Chct of Tupelo, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higbie Jr., Naida, Mrs. Ann Garrison, Boh, Dick and Jean, Mr. and Mrs Howard Way, Karen, Roger, Ronald and Joel of Alexandria and Mr. nnd Mrs; Le Roy Roach, Brenda, David and Karen of Eathcrville. An ostrich egg weighs about 3 pounds and holds about as much as 18 hen eggs. At Holy Family Hospital Martin Sampaon of EftthvrviUo was admitted Wednesday for medical care. Le^ MukJrbust of Kstliorvlllo entered tho hospital Wednesday for medical care. Mrs. Raymond Jan«wen of Dun- ncl) was admitted Wednesday for surgery. Mrs. Anna Larson of was admitted Wednesday for surgery. • • Mr. and Mm. Harold Johansson of Terrll arc parents of a son b6rn Wednesday. Alan Solmonxon of EsUiorvlllo entered tho hospital Wednesday for surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Rustad of Walllngford are parents of a daughter born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Christcnsen of Graettlnger are parents of a son born yesterday. John Hcnnlngscn of Esthcrvtlle was admitted yesterday for medical care. Troy Lui of Armstrong entered the hospital yesterday for- medical care. Mrs. Rush Johnson of Esthcrvillo was admitted yesterday for medical care. Mary Ann and Phyllis Dalen of RIngsted were admitted yesterday for tonsillcctomica. Alma Nelson of WaUlngford entered tho hospital yesterday for surgery. Mrs. Arthur Proctor of Lake Park was admitted yesterday for surgery. Harold Elmers of Fcnton entered the hospital yesterday for surgical treatment; Ervin Schmidtke of Diiniioll was admitted yesterday for surgery. Dismissalx Wednesday, were Mrs. Arthur Guritz and haby girl of Spirit Lake-Mrs. J.'Sanders of Estherville, medical; Susan Bosold of Graettlnger, medical; Mrs. -Albert Scheallcr of Emmetsburg, medical; Lewis Stade of Dunnell, surgery; Fred Smith of Swea City, surgery; Donald Mustard of Estherville, surgical treatment. , Dismissals y«sster<lay wcrn Mrs. Anna Michaclsori of Walllngford, surgery; tidward Lcnz of Esther- vine, surgery; Mrs. Anna Larson of Ringsted, surgery; Mrs. Everett Hatland and baby boy of Esthcr- ville. , Won't Ride on V Bus of ftivnl Transit Company , l«m», Dully Nrir* Friday. .l»np 'J7. I9M 8 THE LAKELAND DRIVE-IN theater completely destroyed by the wind storm which hit the lakes Winvon ArnoUl prvou». UuUy News Monday nljrht. DVNNELL To Nebraska For Ohsei*vaiice Of Birthday By MRS. E. G. SWANSON Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Honnoltn and David drove to Brlstow, Ncbr., Saturday to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mostrom, tli2 parents of Mrs. Honneto. Tho real occasion of their going was to observe the 80th birthday of Mrs. Nels Pchrson, grandmother of Mrs. Honnette. During the dtiy of visiting four-generation pictures were taken as a memory. Guest* at Beberness Home. A week's visit of Mrs. Ruth Bin- dy, Stove and Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Earle from Hastings, Ncbr., has been enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bcberncss. Mrs. Bindy and Mrs. Beberness were roommates when both WCPJ employed in Washington, D. C. This was the Earle's first visit to Minnesota, During- the week the Bebernoss 'family' entertained Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Jensen and family of .Laramic, Wy°-> ancl Mr - '* nd Mrs. Nela Jensen of Cotsfield, Nebr. These .'folks visited at the Fred Beberness home ;it Peters burg also. : Plan Safe, Sane And Silent Fourth Silver Spring, Md., UP) — Ibo Silver Spring inter-club council is arranging something new in the way of Fourth of July celebrations. The club decided to have no speakers at .the affair. Its motto; A safe, sane and silent fourth.. To St. Paul. Mr. and .Mrs. Harold Mathwig and three -daughters and Mrs Linus Nelson were at Bctlie.sdu, Home, St Paul,' Tuesday to visit their parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Thulien. Tho Frank Nctts of Lako Benton had been to see their par onts during the week.-They found them-both happy in their new environment. • Callers at McNeuls. Mrs. Nancy McNeal had callers Tuesday when her nephew Donak Howe of Waco, Texas, Mrs, Marj Howe and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lai- son of Estherville came to visit. At Cnrlsans. Mr. nnd Mrs. Evld Grndberg of Jollet, 111., »nd Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Swnnson nnd daughters of Seattle, Wash., stopped one dny last week to see Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Carlson. The Grndborfrs had gone to visit their daughter, Mrs. Swnnson at Seattle nnd then all drove here. The Swanson will now live nt Rock Island where . Mr. Swanson will have his last yenr at the Augustana Seminary. He has Just served a year us Intern at Seattle. To Sioux rails. A Jacobsen family reunion wnu held at the lovely Shcrmnn park, iloux 'Falls, Sunday. Driving there 'rom here were Mr. and Mrs. Loul.4 JClclno and Wcldon, Mrs. Maud Jacobsen, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lylu Jnc obsen and sons, Mr. and Mrs. How- ird Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Robt Klelno and family, nnd the Low- II Olson family of Estherville The families of Roland Carlson \Vm. Klein and Fred Rocbbke of Shcrburn will join the group 1 who meet klnfolk from Nebraska, Iowa Minnesota nnd Dakota. Drive to Sioux Oily. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnlph Honnottt nnd Ethel and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Honnette drove to Sioux City Sun day, Juno 15 where they were ma by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Croudy whc took Ethel bnck to Omaha will them. Ethel went on to Turlock Cal. to attend the conference o the 'Mission Covnnnt church. Sh will g'o on to Eagle Rock, Cat. Ihl er to visit her brother, Rev. Robt and family for a month. in uncle nnd mini. Mr. nnd Mrs, klei'lo DuRiin. Mary June nnd Ev•roll of Akron. Ohio. Mrs. Jones rntno by plane to Otnnhn nnd then >y IniR and will stny for some inio. The DuRtins rnrno Snturdny nnd left Monday. Omaha. <--V» J«m>'* KiR<r. lil<-nl of the Council Hhiff* Tra-v nit Co.. hit* had hi* firm rlJr «p n bus brtonslnjc to thr- Omnhft A Council HluffM Mrr<'t rntlwny. Hi.t ho r.-fin«>d to tUi.' Into Council Hluff.i on onp Tho two lini-' linvo Jn>on r<in< lnn fur |wrmnnont intercity op rrntlnf rlirhtu KlRrr was ono of M Coun. il IMutfs huHlnominirn who had >omc down ,lho Missouri nv, r on »r nrmy I'r.R-lnci-is Inspection If'P ThVy rtm'kril at tho rnisirirn i' ho.it >nnl In North Ornnhn «i»>l with no othrr mean* of tnin«|«'r- tntlnn nvntlnMr. hnd to tnkf n \rn.t to downtown Omnhn. Thnt hroHKht Klgrr hl» Ilrsl rlili' on n rival bun, hut h>< tnlhi.l nt luklnc n trnnnfi-r to one of the- romprtlnK lini-'n intercity l-unf*, lind uni'r downlnwn, hr oulli-c-l-<l tho ininnfoiK from his Jellitw Council Hliiffn ri'Kidcnlii. "I'd rnthrr walk neromi tho ldfio Ihnn be noon coinlnR Into town on ono of thoso b«»c»," hr MM Id. Hording tho ontlro Council Uluffs dcli'itntlon off tho lum nnd on to n Tniitflt hu*. ho hnndod th • driver $5.25 35 farm nl 18 cent" rnoh. Honmed KlRer: "The Investment wns worth II." r NO HEARING AID need sell for more than $75 TIIK The Weather OFFICIAL TEMPKRATURKS Maximum yesterday. 74 Minimum last nluht: OS TODAY'S \VF.ATIIKK 8 n. m. Noon Temperatures: Wind, direction: Wind, velocity: Barometer: Rainfall: .85. GO Calm Culm 20.75 75 a fi 20.70 SUPKRIOR GUARANTEE If «ny $.200 HcAring Aid IN Vot R OPINION' in any WAV outperform* * $75 /eniih, Yot'R MoMV H.V.K our HtKonJitieiml (OVrfj rftvm t)- YOU Am till Soil Jt'tX.I. 7 9 If Ht< <<«*«ft at W»»M. Bono Conduction Devices Available nt Mo<lcrntr l-intra Co«t. Estherville Drug Co. "Voiir (.'orni'r Dntft Store" IOWA I'-OKKCAST Mostly cloudy with scattend showers and thunderstorms tali afternoon, hlph 78 to 88. Mont'\ cloudy with showers nml thundi-r storms tonight nnd Snturdny. Lo colly Htrong, Hhlftlnc winds In thundnrnqunllH enrly tnnlKht. A little warmer Saturday. Ixnv to nlRht 65 to 70. HlK" Saturday 76 to 82 north, 8fi to 112 Houth. loralh 95 extreme south. Further outlook: Partly cloudy Sunday, warm and humid with snitti-red afternoon showein or thunderstorm*. IOWA FIVK-DAV Ot'TLOOK Temperatures will nvornKc 5 di- grt'CK above normal. Normal hl«h 87, normal low R5. Slow, minor dny- to-day temperature chnnnt-H <lui- Ing the povlod. Halnfall will HV- orago ono to two IncheH, e\ot pi loss thnn an Inch In the nciuthcm«t. Rain will occur n« nhowi-r* throughout the period. Mr. and Mrs. fieorRf l nnd Vicky of Superior onlertnlneil In honor of hln blrllulny Frldny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tntmivn, Mr. nnJ Mr«. Jnck Tnlninn, Mnrlene, Connie and no ran nnd Mr. and Mm. Hlchnril Tntmnn, Michael nnd Kii- thy of Kilter. A Tntmnn reunion wnn held Hun- dny nt Oull Point ntnte pnrk. At- tondlni; were Mr. nnd Mm. Chnrlen Tntmnn, Mr. nnd Mm. Jnck Tnl- mnn <vnd fnmlly and Mr. nnd Mm. George, Lolnlnger Vlekey, Jenn Ileulnnd went to Amen \Vednemlay mornlnK to ntlrnd the H-ll convention. PETERSttURG Tho annual Sundny m-hool plrnle will l>e held Haturdny nl Mlnnl Wnukon Stale pnrk. All nre nukcil to meet at thn church nt. 11:30 BrlnjJ a pot luck luneh. Mr. nnd Mr». O. J. Johnxon from Forest City nrn upendlnK n few days with Mm. A. A. Johnnon and Aim n. Mr. unit MrH. A. J. I'niin, Mr. nnd Mr«. Hud l'n«i( enjoyed n picnic dinner lit Ehellng cottuj{e Sundiiy with othei friend*. H In believed that the ntnio- sphere of Mn,rn contains vlrtunlly no oxygen. Leave for Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. -AppelqulHt nnd Susan left Sundny for Coucr do Alcne, Idaho, whurc they will make an Indefinite visit with Mrs. Appel'qulst'M mother, Mrs. John Larson. Wayne Andersons Have Vlslton* Mr. and Mrs. \V:iyno Anderson are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Eva Joneii of Huntingdon Pnrk. Cal., and from CENTRAL HEATING and PLUMBING "Snecialims in heating (formerly Schlldkucelit'.s) 1737 E. Cvntral •Uom- 500 DELEGATES— Continued ^rom paga 1 for Taft, Lundy, for MocArthur; Kclley, for Eisenhower, and Goodwin, neutral. . Of the five who declined to be quoted, two wore for Taft, one each for Elsenhower and MacArthur, and one was undecided. • SiMfftr Slul GmhrHut Ottftl! ,«, LENNOX PORCID WARM AIR Gas Furnace SJ4JSHOTS FAOtPROOfH) Delivtri »n unazing volume of boat for iti eize, thank* to newlyde«J»nedh««t««chang«r, New eejy-to-adjurt multiple burner*. New euper-quiet blower aNembly "floated" ou live rubb*r. Low inttaUatioa eoet, ea»y eervicing. Full rang* of *tzee. See this ravolutiop- M y new furnace TODAY! Estherville Druq Co Your Conn? storc OMUH If KM M W"M ">'"" FRANK RODGER Plumbing and Heating fXTIA STMNOTH ANO CQMfOIT IXTIIA SIOWNO •I Fithti Uniil»»l C9n»lmHi«n «» iumbo-O/wm •«*«» fXTIA STfitlNC EASI •f C«nl«-r«Jnt MORI PIOPU »UY CHIVBOLiTS THAN ANY OTHSI CM I RHODES MOTOR CO, 714 Central Phone btithervillt*, low* Special FOR JUNE Get them all... an save! IXIIA ilAUTY AND QUAIITV •f »«4y by IXTIA WIOI CHOICE •f Styling and fXTIA SMOOTH HIFOIMANCf C«nl*rp*it< A com pieIt puwtr learn vtilh extra-powerful Vjlve-in- Htsd engine, and Aulomjli- j Chofcc. OpikiD^I on Ik Luxe j C« imxkb at t*Ua coil. I'or Mail and f entail RYTEX FLIGHT I'HINTED STATIONER Y $3.5O VALUE FOR Double the Usual Quantity BUY A BOX OF EACH SIZK . . . S'-M'S A BOX 200 Hlii|{l<- Hh«'.'t», \t*> Knvi'li»t>«'i Tli«m- «r-n t Junt for *ln |>ro|il» . . th-»«- art- nvv.ll fur rvcryoii" tu »u.. for nut a« l<, I.-HITH, or tor l.ijftim-flu l-'.n "f. nuilU" who *'ri!<- muk. ,1 inltftUy fill* KU 100 Double Hhc.'tn. JIKI KIIV.I..IMI it ntr.-. Innif. rhnttv I' tl"r. 'I '»»• •»<for Kthcr "f<'mall' " 100 I..HK<- H»t Hhpi-t«i. 1 00 Knv. !.)[,.» Thi* •!/•• for thr. t/.iUl rtn-l <l«»hlnt: |><-n nwltiK or lv|«'»rlt«r f«r ' thai f,»vi>rU- m-tn." whntln r h«''» ««'"i>' Id unlfmrn <ir nrutiii'l tli.- ho(t*.v Thl» »Ui- ha« » blK. unfrnced-ln »<ir(nc t with |.l«nly of ".ritinij town. STRICTLY QUALITY S'llIKF The «i»m<- fin-- quality \Vhtl. KLtliHT l>"{"' «h*t» a rvyuUr t»»-m all year rourul, Tlir »ifn>- mnnrt Hlu> • nvr|«t«. llnlnK* . . and your Knmi' uml Ant'lrr** i« prliiixl in Ill«n-k or H«'rlf»t l«?Usfln« In Hlur Ink. Yen . U'» !>>'*! ».ifii. won-lt-rful KLIfJlIT , tut In Mn.' vni «.-! 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