Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on July 1, 1952 · Page 2
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Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 1, 1952
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Winston Dunlavey Training For Position in Foreign Land * * * Winston Curt Dunlavny, of Es- thcrville, was graduated May 30 from the American institute for Foreign Trade at Phoenix, Ariz. Dunlavey Is a graduate of Jackson High school, Jackson, Minn., and attended Esthervlllo junior college. During the war, Dunlavey served with the U. S. navy, spending six years In tho Pacific, His wife,. the former Lois J. Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Clark, of Estherville, baa been with him at Thunderbird, where she has had the opportunity to learn the language and custom of the country in *rhlch her husband plans ', to work,'! Mrs. Dunlavey Is a graduate , of Estherville high school and figthervillo Junior college. V , -Mi' The course ;of study at the Institute concentrates techniques of international business administration, foreign languages and characteristics of foreign countries. Specializing in Spanish, Dunlavey has completed the school's Intensive training course in preparation for a career in American business or government abroad. Mr. and Mrs. • Dunlavey, who have been visiting here, left yesterday for Madison, Wis., where Mr. Dunlavey has taken a position with Allia-Chalmera'. 1 He will have a two-year training period after which" he wllf be sent abroad by the company. >tr. and Mrs. Roy Bendixen of Scarvllle, Wls., were visitors Sunday at the Darbld Griffith home. Lorette Galvtn to visiting for a fqw days with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Michael. , Mr. and Mr*. L. t.. Jones are now living in their new home at 1103 N. 13th St Mrs. Abraham Aalhorr of Odar Rapids spent the week end in the Joe Aalborg hom,e. Mr. and Mrs. Mlnartf Swanson of St. Paul,.- 'Minn,,, spent the past week end in Estherville with the former's, mother, Mrs. George Swanso'i* 1 , • • ' Mrs. Claude Mcllwaln« and three daughters, who have been visiting friends in Estherville for .the past few days, left this morning for their home in Ogilvle, Minn. Mr. and Mr* August Schaper and family will spend the July 4th holiday in .Sioux Cjty i-with Mr*. ' Schaper's father, H. -H. Rhodes. He. will return home with them for a month's visit. Mr. and Mn*. Hoyt LulthJy, Bill and Paul, left today, for Blchlanrt, la., to visit At the home of Mr. anil Mrs. W. E.'Lulthly. While there they will-attend' the wedding, July 2, of Hoyt Luithly's brother, Lisle, of Columbus Junction. ' Mr. and Mnu Herman Olson and family, Mr. .and /Mrs.. Donald Thompson and -two children, and Mr.*. Bertha Knu'teen of St. James visited Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Reynald Bloo'mquist.' They enjoyed n picnic at fort Defiance. Mr. and- Mra. Purl N. Butaon returned yesterday from_ a_ two-weeks trip during ' which tney "attended the North Iowa Methodist conference at Davenport. They also visit od at Deerfield. 111., with Mrs. Butson's relatives and at •Plattvillo Wis., with relatives of Mr. Butson, Mr. and, Mrs. John Clampitt and Mrs. Russell Eveleth spent last week end in Mitchell, S. D., whore on Saturday they attended funeral services for Mr. Clampltt's brother, C. L. Clampitt of Mitchell. Mr, Clampitt had been ai druggist there for 30 years. He died suddenly from a heart attack. Lt, and MM. Metvin Scott vlt>lt«d last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Roy Scott of Armstrong and also Mrs. Scott's parents, Mr, ant Mrs. Louis Egemo at Cylinder an t other relatives. Lieutenant Scott has been stationed at George Air Force bas'e at Victorville, Calif, amf has been transferred to the 5t> Radar Calibration Unit at Pope Air Force base at Fort Bragg, N. C Lt Merle. Sunda arrived Thuiw- day from Pensacola Navy air base to spend a leave with, his parents Mr. and Mrs. Nets Suhde. He was joined here by hia wife and. daugh tera from Long Beach, Calif. At the termination of his leave, Lieu tenant Sunde will report to San Di ego for re-assignment. Lieutenan 1 Sunde is a helicopter pilot for tho navy. : Out-of-town relative* attending funeral services last week for W t, Bryan were G. S- Bryan, Mrs. A •P. Howell, C. L. Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jenkins, Miaa Alber ta Bryan, Mrs. Dorothy Olson, Mr ajnd Mrs, Ray Albers and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sharp, all of Mlnneap ojifl; Harry Bryan of Menoir.onee Wi8.;'Mr». E, H. Bryan and Mrs Wlllmar Anderson of Hampton Iktr. and Mr*. C. W. Brotherton o Lake Hubert, Minn, and Mr. and Mm. Fred Saul of Cedar Falls. GIUETTMGKR Mrs. Charles Mitchell and daughter, Arlene, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin and Charles Seeliger. Mr. and Mn. Earl Anderson and Mrs. Afax Bornett of Worthlngton visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Scharlepp. Mr. and MTU. Gus Bendlxen of ' Torril were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trlggs. Irma Winter of Superior, sister of Mrs. Trigg.?, there for a few days. Masters Family Visiting from ~ California BY SfRS. I.. M. YOUNG Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Masters and family from South Gate, Calif., are vacationing in the parental Fred Masters home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masters plan to move to the residence being built for them In the northwest part of town. Irvln Rlorson has leased their 120-acre fflrm southwest of Oraettlnger for this next year. Mr. and Mr*. Ivan Naab of Cornstock, Neb., have spent the past few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Woodley. They will loave tomorrow morning for a further vacation with other relatives. Mr. and Mr». Wlrt Ciilpoppcrj and sons, Wlrt and Kuran of Crow-. ley, La., and Mrs. Pred Nlsson and son, Peter of Mcnomonec Palls, Wla., are visiting with tho parents of Mrs. Culpepper and Mrs. Nlssen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles WerHnjf. Mr. and Mrs. Irvlii French and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gapp drove to Cherokee Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson, parents of Mrs. Gapp and Mrs. French. Sharon Nelson returned with them. Mr. and Mr*. Harold Dltsworth received a call from their son, Set. George Ditsworth of the V. S. Air orcc, last night from San Franisco, Calif. He had just landed In tho United States after serving in apan and Korea for the past two /ears and told his parents that he would be home in a couple of days o spend his 40-day furlough with hem. Joe Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shaw, haa returned from n rear's study In Europe. He will at- cnd school in St. Paul this fall, ompleting- his seminary studies or the ministry. He is in Mlnneap- ilis today with his father visiting lis brother, Lyle. A Shaw family 'cunion was held Sunday at the Everett Shaw home. Present were Ar. and. Mrs. Alvin Larscn and hildrcn of Port Dodge, Mrs. Anna Shaw, Miss Caroline Olson, Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Shaw and Joe. At Holy Family Hospital • Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Troff of 3wea City are parents of a claugh- :'er born yesterday. : . 'Mr. and Mrs. Duajie Laffey of EJti'ngstcd are. parents of a son born yesterday. 'Anthony KoWer of Bancroft WUK admitted yesterday for medical care. ,.'Mm Evelyn Anderson of Esther- vine entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. Mm. Emma Moller of Ksthervllle was admitted yesterday for mcdi- csll care. Mr*. Walter Zity«rich of Estherville entered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Mervln Mlkkelson of Forest City was admitted yesterday for surgical :rcatmont. Mm. Walter Crow.-11 of Okobojl ntered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Visiting ill Home. Miss Wanda Knutsen, who is ts- klng nurse's training at Fairvlew hospital In Minneapolis, Is visiting in tho parental E. P. Knutsen home. Or, Terry I, Anderson Bucc««or to Dr. R, C. Biggs Over Eoamet County Bank ffetberviUe, Jow» Offtc* Pi>»ae m CJo*ed Saturday Afternoon On Visit to Kansas. Mesdnmos Jorgen Paulson and Esther Slmonsen are at Topeka, Kans., visiting In the Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Paulson home and In Valley Falls, Kans., where the Dr. Raymond Stmonsen family lives. They are accompanied by Mrs. Thomas (Mlnedva) Russell and children, who are visiting here from Chicago. Mrs. Russell Is the Paulson's daughter. Another daughter. Helen Jean Paulson, also is here from js Angeles, Calif. Visits Sirs. Minnie Schtibbc. Reginald Schubbe of Owatonna, Minn., came last week for n visit with his mother, Mrs. Minnie Schubbe, and his sisters, Mrs. Nettie Kathman, Mrs. Francis Flannr- gan and Miss Viola Schubbe, all of Graettinger. Tho diameter of the rim of Chubb Crater in Northern Queliec averages 11,500 feet. The circumference is 6.8 miles. Applications For TV Washington <.-V> Tht> Odrrnt communications commission (KCC) lodny sorting out 315 npjill- cations for now television outlets, with prospects some mny rccrlvp prnnts hpfoi-o flip end of the month. This \vns the first step toward n resumption fit prnnts which FCC suspended in Octoher, 1948, In ord- ei to crente 70 new channels nn.I cionl with interference problems. Under the procedure nnnounc«d when the commission pnded tho 3'.j-year-old freeze in April, first consideration will he plven those iii-ens which have never had nny TV service and to those communities which will pioneer the use of ultra high frequency <UHF) channels. The staff sorting Job consists of sifting out those applicants without competition for ix given channel and the grouping of others contesting for the same facilities In n single community. Admittedly, the "no-contest" cases will get the first grants. Calendar of Events Tn Vti(o :i Moini-i .1* ' l!«iv llnmits In I'ofil -Lit. r i il\ I l f A !.' » I.IIVA,•.«.( <'i\\( i 'ilifnrr-M Tonight Country t'hih l-'amll.v I'li-nlr. 6;M p. ti> Mrs U.ivn.' t'nni and Mrs. M. 8 Nielsen, m chnirmen Hi ing tnl>l.- si-win' and silver. Hehokrth 1-odtv. 8:00 p. m. At thr IOOK h:ill. Mis liny tuenls. S l.mlli-s Hay nt i."If i uml C'nimlr) Cluli. ! II? 4fl p 111 Ltlllrhi'' 1 !! flillottr* I hv nHil^r suul >:<'!( I It'-t ••*«!•< I Mrs .limit's Keniii-ilv ,iml Mi i . ,...-,., , ti .. ,. , t>-,<- t niti-il Tool nul Pi i I till IV H.'Hiril.'IM .l| .srri let- Slnr Legion. 0:oO i>. nl AIIIHIM! i»u nir ;\l Uiv i ili-t. .! \ "|.<-, HI • ->.-.-M.m (.» : •• :>•• M M n piim to July 2*i for Mi.' »<"irlv *o | >-n! | tun! :in.l illi- ttiiik. i •» il il-.i- !vvn .^iv .ii'i '• I.I! HI' > <ft I'l.IRt* hf-I'- Tt-i> WOlh I'l'i i.'lltcd til t':tI \: liTlittK t'V • f- - ' i-is;h» mil.-'- pvi>«i(tin»; l!rfr.-<l- Here's Warning lo N. V. Hitchhikers Nownrk, N. J. (/Pi--Claude Hammond of New York city wus trying to hitch n ride yesterday near Newark nil-port] Finally, n sedan carrying three men stopped. One of the men asked Hammond to show some Identification, and then he would get a lift. Out came Hammond's wallet, which ho promptly handed over to the trio. They took out $7, returned the wallet, and then sped away, Hammond reported to police. yesterday worn Mrx. Warren Christcnsen and baby boy of ' Graettinger; Mrs. Thomas Triggs andjmby boy of Esthorvllle; Mrs. Henry Probst of Terril, medical; Mrs. Leland Wikert of'Osgood, medical; Mrs. Lyndon Opsal of Armstrong, medical; Patricia Dale of Armstrong, medical; Mrs. Maurice Salyers of Estherville. medical; Mrs. Ray Kennedy of Estherville, medical; Harold Elmers of Fenton, surgical treatment; Mrs. Virgil Nelsen of Ringsted, surgery; Dorothy Rezao of Dolliver, surgery. Extend Crop Storage Loan Program Washington, UP) — The government's loan program to farmers for constructing storage facilities for crops has been extended another year, through next June 30. The original program by the agriculture department's commodity credit corporation began in June, 1949. It already had been extended twice, through June, 1951 and June, 1952. The department said that through last May, 29,898 loans of approximately $34,357,000 have been approved for farm storage structures having an aggregate capacity of more than 122,000,000 bushels. The department said that beginning today the loans will be available up to 80 per cent (previously 85 per cent) of tho cost of the structure. Interest on loans will he at 4 P«r cent a year. TME DRUG STORK YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS t Pharmacists on duty at' all times. Sen-Ing your prescription nee da promptly and efficiently. VERKE NYMAN, CiUIG COLSTON aad J. L. HOVE iWffffr- Sole fads Midnight My 5 m DURING Famous for Value Champions Reg. Price SALE PRICE PLUS TAX OTMIR SIZIS PROPORTION ATI If tow 6.70-15 R«g. Pric* • ^016 t Price ? Safe 13 95 EXCHANGE PIUS TAX SAVE — SAVE on this high quality tire with all the extra value features that have made Firestone tires famous for over 50 years! 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Her riirsucc \vn» •>( led ro*en anil linliles lirenth, .-irt with p1i>i-i-s of 1,-ici' nnil cnlil rlhbor Miss Joyce ("'hilsli'nm'n. slstoi m the brldejit-oom, \viis the lirUli-'s nt- endnnl. Slu- wore n pink nn-l •hfte Htriped of nylon with vhlle iiccedtnirlex. Her only ji-wt-1 of -irnut ioim r Tin' In Ulri'.iooni wore iil< null liny iinlfiiMii lie li :i ineutt>i'i- o' the Ail Koi-«-i- iiiul i^ now ^t:itlon*^l nl Finland. Minn, with :» mntilli' ili-ndil chin. The lii-lili' nil.. '..;-liU'«room l-'M Hi-- fdllowtiiK day for n honeymoon nl n summer n-jioil on l.ake Supi r lor. Inirinj; thi'lr trip ihi-y will vl« • il ('an.-ida. Ihr iron rnnt;e!«. Hrnln ml. Hnslui Htiiti- |>:uk ;inil ninny i (her points o(' inN'ii'.-it •y wna. n set nf rhlnestonr i-iirrlnnx. A r.-inul.' hoimefly i.-un luy 1. ;lft of the lirlde. Sin- h.-nl n i-m or mote ••«>:« In ln-r Ufi-tlnu-. 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