Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on July 2, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 2, 1952
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IMvfs ill tlic NcMs Mrs. Post^ Helen Sievers^ Visit ivith S. D. Relatives * m m Mrs. W. C. Post left Sunday for Mitchell, S. D., where she Is visiting at the home of her son, Dr. Clair Post Her sister, Helen Sicv- prs, left today for Mitchell. Dr. and Mrs. Post and family and their two guests will drive to MiUner. N. D., on July 4th to visit their cousins, the Frank Mundt and Paul Mundt families. >tr. and Mnu Harry Strain, Katy and Jan of WeSstcr City, arc visiting at the home of Mrs. Strain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Atmon Yoii- njf of Graettinger. >Ir». Ted ObMMi and chUdren of Sioux City are visiting at the home of Mrs. Olson 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hendrickson. They will go~ to Hartley Friday to spend a week with Mr. Olson's mother, Mrs. O. F. Olson, after which they win return to Esthcrville for a longer visit. Mr. and Mm. Elbert Hays of Oruver received word yesterday from their son, A-2c Elbert Hayes, that he is helng transferred from tiong Beach,-Calif.,.to Tinker Air Force Base ai Oklahoma City, from which point hfi..wlll,Ioave for overseas duty. Mr. and Mrs.' Hays arc leaving tonight for Oklahoma City i to spend some time with their son. Upon leaving Oklahoma City they will go to California for a visit .>rtth Hayis' parents and other relatives. E. A. Thompaon and son, .Tinimy, . spent the latter part of last \ycck at I Tipton. Mr. Thompson was' there on business and Jimmy visited friends. They stopped at Marshalltown on the way homo to visit witlx Mr. Thompson's parents, Mr. ah(k •Mrs. M, S. Thompson, Jimmy stay^ ed to visit at his-grandparents' home until July 11 at whicit time his grandfather will bring him to EstherviUe. They and E. A. Thompson will leave at that time for Canada on a fishing trip. Law Aimed At Influence Peddlers At Holy Family, hospital »In. Glllwirt Aiildahl of KHihei^ ville was admitted- yesterday for surgery. "' Ralph Peters of Torril mtcrtHi the hospital yesterday for aurpory. Mr. and Mtk. Ferd Mlttae of Lone Rock are parents of a daujrh- ter born yesterday,. . Mr. and MQr««, ijojrd Alhers ot Spirit LAke are parents of a dauf^h- ter born yesterday. Mr. and Mra, AnioUl DultMi of Armstrong are parents of a daugh- tef born yesterday. — Mrs. Harold Mustari) of Estherville entered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Mr*. Daniel Scott of Ksthhr\1Ue was admitted yesterday for medical «ar6. Vernon Jensen of E»thor>HIP entered the hospital yesterday for medical care. tHsmlsaaJs yesterday were Mrs, Glwtn Rlnghom of Esthcrville, medical; Constance Andrcson of Wall ingford, medical; Alan Solmonson of E^sthorvllle, surgery; Mrs. Harold Johannsen and baby boy of Terril. Jo Kllen LepdH returned Monday from Lake Mlnnctonka, near Park Springs. &finn., where she attended a Christian church Chl-Rho camp, Peiricy Waldron is expects home today after visiting for two weeks at Docorah with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Price and family. Sirs. Ray Srontgomcry, who ha« been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Warren, left today for her homo at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Howe of Chicago will arrive Friday to visit with Mr. Howe's mother, Mrs. Mary Howe, nnd with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Caldor and daughter. Vera Marie of Concordia, Kans., are guests this week In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Slade. Tomorrow they will all go to a cottage nt Sunset Terrace on Spirit lake to vacation through Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cloase and family will leave tomorrow for Hamburg. la., for an over-thc-four- th visit with Mr. Clousc's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Howel. • Mrs, Mae York and Henry Anderson returned last night from a week's vacation at Carlyle, Mont., where they visited Mrs. J. E. Mc- Devltt, aunt of Mrs. York, and at Welboux, Mont., with another aunt, Mrs. Irvln Blair. They also visltd Mr. Anderson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Holland at Lake Preston, S. D. Mr. and Sirs. Ilnrry Hornby of Princeton, 111., are spending a few days here at the home of Mr. Hornby's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hornby, and also at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Chrls- tensen. Mr. and Mrs. Hornby are en route trf their homo at Princeton after a vacation In Canada. Mrs. Tom Elde, Floyd, Dale and Tommy, have returned home from a five-day trip during which time they visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ortmayer of Charles City; visited also at Ames with brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berhow and at Marshalltown with Mr. Elde's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bailey; at Kelly they stopped to see her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee, and at Radcllff they visited Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman, friends of the family. They also drove to Des Moines to view the state Capitol and stopped at Nashua to see (ho Little Brown church. Washington UP)—A senate Investigations sub-committee proposed today a tough new law to punish Influence peddlers, those who hire them and their go-betweens. Chairman Hoey (D-NC), in ;i senate speech, offered n bill entitl cd "an act to safeguard the operations of governmerrt agencies from certain pcrnlclslous influences." It had the unanimous backing of his seven-man subcommittee whose Investigations, Hoey said, uncovered proof of corrupt Influence peddling but found the law too weak to penalize all those involved. Hoey said he does not expect action on the bill this session, which congress is hurrying to end before the national political conventions this month. He said he Introduced the measure so members could study it Leforc next session, when he will press for passage. Under the bill, all involved in any influence deals, and post rewards equal to 10 per cent of the amount collected In the trlple-dnm ago penalty. Hoey linked the bill to his sulv committee's recent Investigation of lees In the sale of properties at the old Jefferson barracks In Missouri. 13 Indictments Charge Illegal Horse Meat Sale Rock Island, III.. .?P—The Rock Island county grand jury returned 13 indictments Tuesday charging illegal sale of horse meat and con spiracy. The grand jury followed the request of state's attorney Bernard J. Moran for new indictments against the Balkan Packing Co., of East Molinc and eight Individuals. Calendar of Events Thursday Ladlofi Day at Golf and Country Club. 12:45 p. m. Luncheon, followed by bridge and golf. Hoatossoj, Mrs, James Kennedy and Mrs. Harry Bauman Jr, S«r>-ice .Star Legion. 6:30 p, m. Annual picnic at Riverside park. In cose of rain picnic will be eaten at city halt, K'r> cream and drink furnljihrd. Sunday Golden Wedding Ohser»anei\ 3:00-3:00 p. m. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Matthies of Dunnell. Free wedding dance nt Pox Lake Park In the evening. Friends and relatives Invited. T. T. Suitdo Golden Weddinr Ob «M>r^'mnc«. 2:00-8:00 p. m. Open house In the Youth rimm nf Ihf r.stliii \ ill'- l.iith>-tnn ituinh Kiti'tiil" iml ii'Iallvr.t im- vowllrtUv invil. il. ConmtU*>lonlii( Scrxli-v for Marlon itrlnstr. J:00 p, m At thi> cliuuh .Mit.t Brlnjjlo l.s ti» li mi.»islcnar\ \o Japan. Public lnv<n-il. U<'fii-sh- ments win lie Rorvrd hy n'.<'mlvr< of th<> W<inii'n'« Mission.irv Ki-ii oration, Berven ^^'isldlnj Annlver»»»ry Opi-n Ilnuio. 2:00-6:00 l>. ni. nnd 7:0(>-!>:W p m At IhP (mm homi> of Mi nn I Mr«. Orvtllc Ojonlc. .-oiiih iiml east of r.iuvor for Mr, ami Mr ,i George Horvon In ohxorvnm 'o of (heir SSth woildinjr annlv .T .-inry. FrlondH iinrt relnttvon jin- < •ivrtt- nlly Invited to iittond. SprniU BIHhdAjr With Mother Mrn Sullivan i'o'\n «i-iit l.\ MIX to ."^Uonnniloah on S:«t\ii.l.i\ f.i i !*i\-tlny vl ,«tt Willi h>r iiKfOit^r u iut r>-i-.'nll>- olijii-iviil li. I »i'i!i »!av nnniv-«-!snr\' Hi 'luriilnit In Kolhi-rxlllo. 1 ho (iootijo nn )l".t l.iniilv hin. boon Kiio!tti« tho na-it 10 in th'* Anion Miinimon IIOHM- MI Hn>l"<t U a tirothor of .^l ^-t M.-ininvn ainl thi> Hrol^sl fan<Uv will nKaln mnlio tliolr homo in Knthi'ivlllo n(t>i i !>l\ni<mlh itojouin in Ciihforni.i Ho will roi<in<o «itt\ tho Kauro i-onsli u>'tloM loini'i"^ rsHnnillr, lou .i. I »iiH.v NrwH \Vr «l.. -!tily 1 \olini; folK-i It. Hit : ,• i;i m adondanro ni Iniiliftni I >!«<• 'hi • TTi" mo«l Important fur* of fftrv «dt» .%Tf (\t%t. muiiKrnt. ^•'ooft^ h'*av- Altonitlng nil .1.- famp A liii^o nvimlioi of l.uth. 1 iin CENTRAL HEATING nnd PLUMBING "Siwrinlixl.t in hratinu" (f.trmrrly SthlUlkmM-htS) IVM K. On I ml Thon. MISSIONARY— Conttnue^i from pag« 1 of the Evangelical Lutheran church In Japan extends along the coast from Tokyo to Nagoya. Miss Brlngle Is one of three single women and six married couples going as missionaries from this church body this year. « * * . BORN DEC. 23, 1939, In Dickinson county, she was baptized and confirmed In the Esthcrville Lutheran church. She attended grade and high school here and was graduated In 1947. In 1949, she graduated from . Esthcrville junior college and attended Augsburg college In Minneapolis the follow Ing year. She was graduated fronj Auguatana college, Sioux Falls, D., with majors In sociology and commercial and minored In English. During the past year Miss Brln­ gle has been working as secretory to Dr. Syrdal In the mission office which is located at the headquarters of the Evangelical Lutheran church In Minneapolis. While ther she became deeply interested in serving as a foreign missionary. She was extended a call by the board of missions last February to serve as missionary in Japan. ^ . The , pubUc is Invited by tlia church to attend the commissioning service. TeU Why Power. Plants Were Bombed Tokyo, ^—The U. S. air force said tonight hydro-electric plants In communist • north Korea were bombed, because "they were supplying electricity" to Red war plants producing weapons being used against U. N. troops. The power plants had remained untouched by the allies for two years of war. Much of the power they produced went to Manchuria. Photographs leloased tonight showed' widespread damage to 13 plants. The air force said tho pho- togra(>hs established that the plants were knocked out. Lattimore "Instrument Of Soviet" Washington —A senate coi mittee charged today that Owen Lattimore has been "a conscious articulate instrument of the soviet conspiracy" and recommended perjury proceedings ogainst him and John Davlea Jr., a state department official. A formal report of the senate Internal security subcommittee said both Lattimore and Dnvles Imd testified falsely during its recently concluded Inquiry Into the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPRl. The subcommittee, under the chairmanship of Sen. McCarran (D-Nev), spent more than a year Investigating the IPR In a search for any communist Influences on United States policy In the Far East. Tho IPR describes Itself as a pri- •ato research organization for study of the Pacific area. Lattimore Is a John Hopkins un­ iversity profossoi iiml ii f:>i iiisloin affairs who IIII.H MOI VOII .'I.I an occasional consultiiiit to tho state dopnrtiiiont, Hnvlos. I'ornior- ly on the stale ilrp:u tnionfa polloy planning staff now In iloputy pollil- Cal advisor 'o I'. S. ooi'uiiatlon ;ui- thoritios In west (;otiii..nv. Korean Vencr Talks in Rocrss Munsnn, Koron, ,T Tho .injiili-il Korean armistlco talks mo In ii'- cess for 24 hours at coniniiinlHt ro- quest, Tho Ri-ds (jnvo no lo.TNon for asking cnncoUiitlon of todny's session, but tho V. N. coniniiinil Immediately aRrooil. The recess cniiio JIIHI ono dnv .'liter Mnj. Gen. William K. lliiiilHon Jr., painstakingly rovlowod tho April 28 allied pliin for o\<'liniij :ln« war prisoners und suggi 'Htiil Ihni It offerc the communists a fuoi' KUV- Ing way to ond tho long Kliilonmto There wan no Indication whi'tlur the Reds <it!ro i 'o -«tudylnt; their demand that all nlllod-holil piinon- ors 1 )0 sent homo or WITO duifllnt; their own proposal for (iioMonintlon Thursday. John L. Powers, M. D. announces the association Donald E. Wol+ers, M. D. in the practice of general medicine and surgery Offices at 220 North Sixth Street EstherviUe, Iowa Phone 191 An Ad by Ce<3rio Adams (author and artist) a honey:.. a sugar honey! ; Vfiiiuel GRAHAM CRACKERS ahoiifisrcf a^raJiain Rioh in 100% clover honey for a ntnoo .th, sweet flavor'. It's the honey that stops them from orucbling— keeps them moist and tender right down to th* bottom of the box. a hon^ST of a packa^ Here's what the best-dressed grahams ar wearing this spring...lavender jacket with cellophane inner wraps. Thre cellophane wrapped packs of craokers i the one pound box, six in the two pound size. "Pantry style," the new package lies flat, opens on its side. Individual Cellophane Inner-packs Freshness sealed in from the Minuet ovenr to your table. Save 10^ on your next package of Minuet Qrahaa Craokers. Look for the 10^ money-saving coupon in every 1 and 2-lb. box. Cash it in on another box of Minuet •ugar-boney Orabaas.

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