Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 27, 1952 · Page 6
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Pergonal Mention Steven Kuhisens Are Parents of Baby Boy * * * Pastor and Mrs. William Hen- lino arc in receipt of a card telling Ihem of the birth Saturday, Juno 21 of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kublsen at University hospital in lovra City. The baby weighed seven pounds, H ounces and has been named Steven Joseph Kublsen Jr. Mother and baby are both well. Mr. Kublsen Is athletic coach and biology teacher at the local high school. The Rev. »n4 Mra. CTyde Leeds and family droVo to Cherokee today to visit with relatives. Mr. Mid Mrs. Donald BUUngs en- tcrtained Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cook of Marshalltown at their home today. MIsii Marion Hypp. WeHtom Un- Ion operator, has been transferred from Waterloo to an office at Spencer. She spent the past week end hers with relatives. Mr. Mid Mi«. Leon Kraitt re-*] cently returned frori a vacation trip to Nlppersink-Namos, Wis. They stopped in Chicago for a couple days while cnroutc home. Mr. «nd Mn. VIggo JMobson and family left last night for their home in San Bernardino, Calif., after vlaiting here at the Robert "Wilson and Robert Martyr homes. Mr» G«rleton Bemeking uid Hon. Bryan Rex, have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Herman Origcrof Es- thervlUe since May 23rd. They plan to return to their home at Hays, Kana., on Saturday. Lt Mid Mrs. Melvtn R. Scott arc spiJnding 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 bo stationed at an Atr- Force base there. Mr. and Airs. 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. Sgt. Rioluurd L. GodsU left thUt morning 'for the marine base at Caiiip Pendleton, Calif., after spending a 30-day leave with his wife and" parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Godsll. Sgf. and Mrs, Godsil were week-end guests of Mrs. GodsU's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Diamond Mankato. . Mn.'MJns,9luHiamn.wlU .lMve ia- morroiV mofnlng 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 his family. Tfb. Mid Mm. B. F. Booth lut.ve been enjoying a visit from Mr. Booth's brother ^nd sister-in-law, Mr. aiid 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 tbclr relatives In Esthcr- vUl& Mr. Mid Mn. Robert WUiton Mid Mrs. Jphn Martyr will leave tomorrow for a trip In the west. They will go first to Worland, Wyo., where they will visit with Mrs. Martyr's sister, Mrs. Mae Yost. Mrs; 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. snd Mra. Carl Crawford and daughters, Doreo and Bobctte 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. Adoiph of Sioux City, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs.' Crawford. Mr. Mid'M M . Harry, lUgble Sr.. cntertalntd members of their family at a gathering from Saturday through Wednesday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Higblo, Shirley, Gary, Billy and Linda of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Payne, Cocele, Becky Jo, Kay and Chet of Tupelo, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlgbic Jr., Naida,' Mrs. Ann Garrison, Bob, Dick and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Way, Karen, Roger, Ronald and Jool of Alexandria and Mr. nnd Mrs; Lo Roy Roach, Brcnda, David and Karen of Esthorvllle. At Holy Famny Hospital Martin SMnpfion of EstliervtUo was admitted Wednesday for medical care. Leo Muklebu<(t of K»thor\-Ule fn- tcrcd tho hospital Wednesday for medical care. Mrs. Ra)-mond Jansiwn of Pun- nel) was admitted Wednesday for surgery. Mrs. Anna LarR«>n of RingntM was admitted Wednesday for surgery. Mr. and Mra. Harold JohMisson of Terril are parents of a son bOrn Wednesday. AI MI SolmonMon of EsthprrtUe entered the hospital Wednesday for surgery. Mr. and Mrtk Lowell Rustad of Walllngford are parents of a daughter born yesterday. Mr. Mid Mrs. Warren ChrlHtcnscn of Graettlnger are parents of a son bom yesterday. John Ilennlngsen of EMthervtUe was admitted yesterday for medical carb. Troy Liu of Arnutnmg entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Mn. Rush JohnMn of EsthervlllR was admitted yesterday for medical care. Mary Ann and Phyllis Dalen of Rlngstcd were admitted yesterday for tonsillectomies. Alma Nelson of Walllngford entered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Mrs. Arthur Proctor of Lake Park was admitted yesterday for surgery. Harold Elmnm of Fenton entored the hospital yesterday for surgical treatment. Enin Schmidtkn of Dunnpil was admitted yesterday for surgery. DIsmlHfwbt Wednesday. were Jlrs. Arthur Guritz and baby girl of Spirit Lake-Mrs. J. Sanders of Ea- thervlllc, medical; Susan Bosold of Graettlnger, medical; Mrs. Albert Scheallcr of Emmctsburg, medical; Lewis Stado of Dunncll, surgery; Fred Smith of Swea City, surgery; Donald Mustard of EsthcrviUo, surgical treatment. , DIsmlKHala ymteritay wern Mrs. Anna Michaclsoh of Walllngford, surgery; Eidward Lenz of Esther- vlllc, surgery; Mrs. Anna Larscn of Rlngstcd, BurgPiy; Mrs. Everett Hatland and baby boy of Esther- vllle. Plan Safe, Sane And Silent Fourth Silver Spring, Md., UP) — Ibe Silver Spring Inter-club council Is arranging something new In tiic way of Fourth of July celebrations. The club decided to have no speakers at the affair. Its motto: A safe, sane and silent fourth.. DELEGATES— C)>ntinued irom p«g« 1 for Taft, Lundy, for MacArthur; Kclley, for Elsenhower, and Goodwin, neutral. Of the five who declined to bo quoted, two wore for Taft, one each for Elsenhower and MacAr thur, and,one was undecided. An ostrich egg weighs about 3 pounds and holds about as much as 18 hert flffCT. FADPROOFEO n HO mum •VT ANt IIAVI rUM NffI PRU9 CP. "Your Corner Ditig Sioiv" .HI LENNOX M PORCIB WARM AIR Gas Furnace Deliv«n •aankuBg VO I IUD« of hMt for ita wa», thanks to neMydedgnadhMtttxciuuicar. New •••y-to-adjuat multiple burnm. N«w •upar-qulet bloww UMiabty "Ao«t«l" on Uvt rublMr. Low ini««llatioa cost, Mfy Mrvidiif. FitU na%m of HZM. Se« this revolutioO' •ry Mw furaac* TOtoAYJ MM't uuMiT mNramm M fwuii IT nM M wrai f nwt FRANK RODGER Plumbing and ,H »»tin£ THE LAKELAND DRlVE-lN th.-ntor completely destroyed by the wind storm which hit the lakes (Vinion Arnoiu pnoto, l>iiiiy N.'ws mKinvInK' eglon, Monday night. DVmELL to Nebraska For Obsei*vance Of Birthday By MBS. E. G. SWANSON Mr. and Mrs. Paul Honnotte and David drove to Brlstow, Nebr.. Saturday to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mostrom, thi parents of Mrs. Honnete. Tho real, _ „, ,, „ . • . . » To Sioux I' B U N. occasion of jhelr going was to ol )-l ^ jacobsrn i son of Esthervlllu came to visit. At CarLsons, Mr. and Mrs. Evld Grndborg of Jolict. 111., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Swanson nnd daughters of Seattio, Wash., stopped one day Inst week to see Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cnrlson. The Gradbergs had gone to visit their daughter, Mrs. Swanson at Seattle and then all drove here. The Swanson will now live at Rock Island where Mr. Swanson will have his last year at the AuRustnna Seminary. He has Just served a year as Intern at Seattle. serve the 80th birthday of Mrs. Nels Pehraon, grandmother of Mrs. Honnette. During the day of visiting four-generation pictures were taken as a memory. Gupstn at Brl>f>rnps» HOmi'. A week's visit of Mrs. Ruth Bln- dy. Stove and Billy and Mr. .tnd Mra. Earlo from Hastings, Ncbr., has been enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bebcrnoss. Mrs. Bindy nnd Mrs. Beberncss were roommates when both wcv. employed In Washington, D. C. This was the Enrle's first visit to Minnesota. During tho week tho Bebernoss • family' entertained Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Jensen and family of Laramio, Wyo., and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen of Cotsficld. Nebr. These folks visited nt the Fred Beberncss home at Petersburg also. A Jncobson fnmily lounlon was held nt the lovely Sherman park, Sioux Fdlls, Sunday, Driving there from here were Mr. and Mrs. L OU I H Klelne nnd Weldon, Mrs. Maude Jncobson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lyle Jac- obaen nnd sons, Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robt Klelne and family, and the Lowill Olson fnmily of Esthervllle. Tho families of Roland Carlson, Wm. Klein nnd Fred Roebbke of Shcrburn will Join the grouii who meet kinfolk from Ncbrnsko, Iowa Minnesota nnd Dukotn. To SU Paul. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Mathwlg and three daughters and Mrs. Linus Nelson were at Bethcada Home, St. Paul, Tuesday to visit, their parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Thulien. Tho B^ank Nctts of Lako Benton had been to see their parents during the week. They found them both happy in their new environment. Callers at MoNeolN. Mrs. Nancy MoNeal had callera Tuesday when her nephew Donald Howe of Wuco, Texas, Mrs. Mary Howe and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lar- nrlvf< to .Sioux Cliy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Honnette nnd Ethel nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Honnotte drove to Sioux City Sun- duy, Juno 15 where they were mot by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Croudy who took Ethel bnck to Omaha witli thorn. Ethel wont on to Turlock. Cal. to attend the conference of tho 'Mission Covnnnl church. Shu will BO on to Englo Kock, Cal. Inter to visit her brother, Rev. Robl. and family for a month. Loavc for Idaho. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. I. Appukiulsl nnd Susnn left Sunday for Coucr do Alcno, Idaho, where tlioy will make un Indefinite visit with Mrs. Appciqulat's mother, Mrs. John Larson. nn imclo nnd mint. Mr, nnd Mrn, Merlo nuniin, Mnry Jnno and Ev. orolt of Akron, Ohio. Mr.t. Jonos cnmo by plnno to Uiiiiihn nnd then by bun nnd will stay for some time. Tho DuRnns onmo Saturday evening nnd loft Mondny. Woii'l Ride on Bus of Rival Traiisil Company Omikha. i.^"' Jamcii Kl|r<-r. pre* Ulrnt of tho Council Bluffs TT«^«it I'o.. hnx hftil hu flmt rldr or ft 1>U3> brlonfilni; to Ihr Omnha A Council U;uff« Ktrr.t rnll«Ry l«i.t ho rofu«<-d to rule into C<>un< It Hluff" on on<Till' two llni« tiftvo tioon ron: prtlnR for in-tmnni-nt Intorclty op I pr.ilinc rlirht« I KiRcr wBji ono of Council Bluffs ImninooiinH-n «ho Imil ionic down ,tho MioKouil iivir on nr nrniv o.-.e-tnocrii innpo.'tlon trip Th»>y docked «t the rnKlnri-i «• l>ont yiird In North OmHlm ai>>t with no other moan* of Irunnix-r- tnllon nvallnblr, hnrt lo take a Ini.i lo downtown Omahn. Thnt l.niviBlit Klgor hid fli«l rlilc on II rival tmn. but ho loxllo-t at tnklni; n trnn/<trr lo ono of ttvi- oompoKni! lino's intorclty l'U«o-«. nnd onco downtown, ho colli'<*t'tl tho transtom from hla fellow Counrll Hluffii r.Mildrnts. "IM rather walk across tlio brldRO than l>r noon comlnR Into town on ono of thr»o buses." ho said. Hording tho «ntlr«» Council KUiffn (loloKatlon off tho bus itnd on to n TrnnBlt bu«. ho handed Ih^ drivor $5.24 38 fares nt 18 cont.- onrh. Honmod Ktgor: "Tho Invostmrnl wns worth It." KithrnlUf. Iowa. DaUy Nrfra Friday. Juwr 27. lf»5? 8 The Weather Ol-'FIClAL TEM l>KHATI! BKS Maximum yesterday: 71 Minimum Inst night: 05 TODAY'S WEATIIKH X a. m. Noon Tonipornturos: 68 75 Wind, dirocllon: Calm 8 Wind, voloclly: Calm fl Bnromotor: 20,75 '.'9,75 Bnlnfall: ,88 IOWA rOKKCA.ST Mostly cloudy with itcntlond showers nnd thundorstormH t.ili afternoon, high 7H lo 8S. Mo»»',v cloudy with showorK nnd thundir- ntorms tonight nnd Snlurdny l.o call.v HtronR. slilflliit; winilti In thundersquallH oarly tonight .V little warmer .Salurilny. Ix)W lo night 68 to 70. HI R I I Saturday 76 to 82 north, 88 to 112 Nouth. localU 98 oxtromo south. Further outlook: Partly cloudy Sunday, warm nnd humid with xcattorod nttor- noon showeiH or thundomtornis. IOWA FIVli-I)AV Ol'TLOOK Tempornluros will nvorngo 8 do- greos nbovo normal. Nurmnl hl^l: 87, normnl low «5. Slow, minor dny- to-dny tcmpernturo chnnpos dining tho period. Ilnlnfnll will av ernge ono to two Inchon, exoi p( less thnn nn Inch In tho southeast Rain will occur ns showi m throughout tho period. SUPERIOR Mr. nnd Mrs, (.oorgo l.,<-lnlnKOr nnd Vicky of Superior onlortnlno«i In honor of his blrlhdny Krldsy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tntmnn, Mr. nnd Mm. Jnck Tnlmnn, Mnrlono, Connie nnd Doran nnd Mr. and Mm. Iltchnrd Tntman, Mlrhnrl nnd K«Ihy of Rlttor. A Tntmnn reunion was hold Sunday nt Gull Point stnto pnrk. Al- tondlnK wore Mr, nnd Mrs. Chnrlos Tatmnn, Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Tnt­ mnn nnd fnmily nnd Mr. nnd Mm. Goorgo Lelnlngor nnd VIrkoy, Jonn Koulnnd wont to Anion Wodnosdny morning to attend the 4-H convention. PETERSIURG Tho nnnuni Sunday school picnic will 1 .0 hold Saturday nt MInnI Waiikon Stnto park. All ore sskod lo meet nt thn church nt 11:30 HrlMR n pet luck lunch. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. J. Johnson from Korosi City are spending n fow days with Mrs. A. A. Johnson and Almn. Mr nnd Mrs. A. J, I 'nss, Mr. nnd Mrn. Hud I 'nss onjoyod n picnic dinner at Ehrltng cottage Kundny with othoi friends. It In lii'llovod thnt tho ntnio sphere of Mars contains virtually no oxyKon. Wayne Andi^rsons Have VlHltont Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Anderson arc enjoying a visit from Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Eva Jones of Huntington Park. Cal,, and from CENTRAL HEATING and PLUMBING ^''SnecUdista in IteatinK^* (formerly Schildkncchl's) 17,87 E. Central Phone im towtil prUad In Hi fUldI TMi Ixavliliil iwa Cht.ftM »tl Air lUh «M toll tM« mny <»av*>*kl« m*4t> Ik III 11*14 fCwil'"v«'*M tlmndm^ •^IpMMI ir,m VriHfrolttf II 4tp»'Mtt'H M ••••••kil'lr •< Get them all... and save! •XTIA WIDI CHOICf •I fIjrUnt 9n4 C«U«( IXTIA MAUrr ANO OUAIITY •I My by HilMt CHEVROLET "T^Ovfyfrn ^ PJKM SO MWI IXTIA SMOOtN MirOtiMANCf IXTMSTimOTMANOCOMFOIT ' iXTtA STOmNO rOWfR f( n«h«i UohlNl CtntbiKllM af t>imA»4tiitm titkm IXTIA mmm IAH IXTIA IIOINO COMfOIT •I lmaf»v*4 Kn*»>A(tt«« . IXTIA IMOOTHMISS •! AwNMwMk 1ntmmtMi—> A cotnpUtt pawtr mm with exlri-powcrful Valve-ia- Head (natnc. aad Aulaenaiic nrlA rUSTlol Choke. «>pik)oal on Dc Uu •f An«i«a^* mm» f*f^ Cm modek at «ua coa. MQRI flPPU tUY CHIVIIOUff ANY OTHOI CjAlli 714 Cenlril RHOPES MPTQR ca Phone 3 0^ £«ithervilJti, lowii NO HEARING AID uvvd sell for more than $75 (JIARANTEE II an^ Hearing AiiJ I.N Vot a OriMOV in any vkay outperform* a $75 Zenith. Voi'R MoNiv BA'K (nHiirr »tir mtttrintiitittml tO'4/>ii rttmrn friiiltft)-\ot A RI nil Sou Jl IX,I. Donr Conduction Dr^io'n A\ailai»lr at .Mf>drratc Kstni Coat,.. Estherville Drug Co. ">otir Cornvr l>rtin Storv'^ Special FOR JUNE /'or Miiil and Feinail RYTEX FLIGHT J'HINTED STATIONERY ^3.50 VALUE FOR $2.25 Double the Usual Quantity BUY A BOX OF EACH SIZE . . . $2.25 A BOX 300 Hlnglo Hhoolii, 100 Knvilut'oii . , Th<-«r nrrrt 't jiut for slnatn pvopto . . . Ihoao ar« swill fur fwryuon lu u*<- fur n «>t-*»-ti >ng lotlorii, or (or l /unlnoM, 100 f>out)lo Hhoi'tn. JOO Knvo|oi>.« Kor "l.mnllji" who ••rito a nU -o, lunK. ehntly lottcr, Thmv tilw niakt- a mighty (loa gift for other "fomalln " 100 l^nio Ktat Mhorlji, 100 Knvilop.« Thl» lor lh «i bold and dsshInK p ^'nawtna or t )-powrltir fur "that (avvrltr man." whvthor ho 's away In uniform or aruuml iho hou««, ThU »Ue has n big. unr«nc«d-ln aurfncw with iitisnty uf «riling room. STRICrLY QIMLITY STUFF Tho name lino quality W^llo rt .lOHT p «(wr that* a ragtilar Itrm all year round. Ttap sam* amarl Hluo rnvvlop* UnliiK» . . . and your Nam* and Addrvaa l« printod In Illock or Rertp* Uttartna In Blue Ink. Yra . . . It's that «am.- wondorful rUinHT ... but In Juno you aot it in rK >t'Bt.E TIIK VHVAL QUANTITY . . * MM VALUE roil U». ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS ».o««r. HYTk^C rUOIIT at MAIL OIlDKIt fOtl'O.N i'MTUKHVU.LV. DAILY NKWH K8T1IKRVII-I.K. IOWA llraao placo my order lor t2 3d a box, printed a* I U II OH » Namu City Htata WHITE PAI'EK. BLUK INK ONLY 8PEC1KY: »iie of Hhcct umi t.ctt «Vtoc 8tyl« Ordorvd by , BIfaat Ciiy , Mtot* , ., ,. ,... Q Cbargo Q Caali Escloicd No. C .O>CX'a WtU» .VOaiUiMMl Oi4</>t'> uu 8«(Mrat« iUi,t#t «>f fapar

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