Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 30, 1955 · Page 2
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 2

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1955
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Social News 67 Participate in Ladies Day at Country Club • + + Slik-tuil ill CUib Molds .luili- .Mi'ctiiic BV AI.ICK IIUJINUOTHAM | The Juiw nioenn^- ,y. the Stik- Sixty-seven women parlicipatcl ! tu-it i-H i-liib was hpl.l :i\ llie homo in the Ladies Day activities at tiic ' E!;tlicrville Gnlf "and Country club yesterday with 13 golfcr.s, 20 brid;.'e players and a few who left aCter of Judy Reiffor with vo\l I 'dll answered by 11 members. Their response to' roll call incUiiipd a sue- gestion for the central foa'.uro of the 1 p.m. luncheon to keep olh'^r | theii- booth for the -l-H Fair, iippointmcnts. on hand for the en- i Following the 4-H plcd.eo whuli joyable event. Hostesses yester-iwas led by Shirley Gram a ^bus- day were Mrs. Leo Fitzg-ibbor..'^, 1 jno.s.s se.ssibn was held with Carol Corderman elected to the office of Historian. .August 2 was set a.s Mrs. Russell Co.\. Mrs. K. K. Fi;l enwarth and Mrs. Robert Gray. _ _ Luncheon tables were centered I the date for the club's local .-Vchicv- f garden flowers. Be- j cment Da\- show with Aug. .> chos- by bouqucl.s of garden twecn luncheon courses Mrs. Ralph French made announcements, once more reminding members of the tea towels for contribution to iht; chib kitchen and ajso of the Estlt- orville Invitational which is to bo Wednesday. July 20. Committee members for the Invitational are :Mrs. Selmcr Amdal, Mrs. Teriy Ander.son. Mrs. Jean Wiegnian and Mrs. Roger Shonkwiler. * Mrs. Glenn Story awarded prizes for last week's play in golf and :Mrs. Leo Filzgibbons announced that club golfers will participr.'.e in a handicap tournament which is slated for the next two regular Ladies Days. Tournament play will begin ne.xt week with qualifying rounds played tliat day after which handicaps will be figured. Pairings for the next week's play will be made according to scores for next week. Tournament winners will be judged according lo handicaps. * After the luncheon 43 women took to the links for a round of golf. Prizes for yesterday were awarded on a handicap basis and were won by three Graetlingir golfers, all of whom had 41s when their handicaps had been deducted from their scores. The three are ^Irs. Francis Heidecker. Mrs. Merrill Clark and Mrs. Ernest Andresen. At the bridge tables when scoi-es were added, the prize for the highest score was awarded to Mi-s. en as an alternate date. Helen Cheever reported on her trip to the state convention as club delegate and also presented a talk on "Assembling Garment.s by Unit.s". The flag pledge was led bv Cherie Swartz. Thiinderstornis Forecast for iNorth^vest Io>va DES MOIN'ES T'-A rather intense flow of warm southerly air was pushing more moisture Into Iowa Thursday. The moisture and a disturbai\ce in the eastern Dakotas was expected to set off scattered thunderstorms in northwest Iowa bv Thursday evening and in the west and central sections during the night. Forecasters said that there may be a few locally heavy thunderstorms in the extreme nortn. THK WINDOW OI'K.VS ON THE CANTEEN at the Ingham I^ke Bible Camp and it is open for business. The canteen is included in the new 20 by 30 frx>l building completed last week which includes an office, book store and novelty shop and storage space. The building was constructed by men of the area and is lo'cated near the centci- of the camp. Camp offices formerly were near the camp entrance and personnel of the camp reix)rt that the new location is much more de.sirable. Not so noticeable but also greatly appreciated by those attending camp, have been other contributions this vear. The seventh (Daily News photo and engraving) and eighth grade girls belonging to the Estherville L. C. R. had as Uicir Spring project the making of new bulletin boards for the camp under the supervision of Donald Pro. Tlie bulletin boards were distributed in the dormitories and other buildings. New minors, measuring 24 by 30 inches and purchased with memorial funds, also are now In place in the various dormiloties. Contributions of cakes and cookies from the Es- ther\'ille Lutheran \V. M. F. women were taken lo the Camp last night a.s a special treat for those attending the first week of Junior Bible camp. Calendar of Events Lows Thursday night were expected to range from 64 to 74 and highs Friday from 80 northwest to 90 southeast. Precipitation in the past 24 Arthur Johnson: Mrs. Dennis |hours, most of it Wednesdav lore- Tonifiht Presbyterian Elders and Trusteis 6:00 p.m. Annual <linner of elders, tru-stees and their wives at the manse. Cooler air will invade the north- BiL^tle KitsUers Square Dance club west Friday, and there'll be a few S;30 p.m. Skyline club. George scattered "afternoon thundershow- ] Osboi-ne calling. Lunches will be ers. ! sold. Sioux Citv reported Wednesd;; 's V ' I high of 95. while the lows earlv '''«f'>' Thursday i-anged from 66 at Du- I ^I»-thodist Alpha Club buque to 74 in SioiLx City. I-Cnudsen was winner of the second high score prize and Mrs. Robert Mauss won the consolation. •* New Pa*tor and Family ^Velcomed to Esther\-in"e The new pastor of the Union Baptist church, the Rev. Eugene Olson and family, were welcomed to EstherviUe 'Tuesday night at a j-eccption given for them by m.'-m- bers and friends of the church. The Olson family consists of P«evere'.id ;md Mrs. Olson and their three chiicren. Verdean. Janelle and Jiianita. A 6:30 dirmer. prepared and ser\-ed by women of the chuvch, v.-as sei-ved at t.ables decorated with bouquets of garden flowers. A huge welcome sign was suspended over the serving counter. William Ellis, ^•^ce chairman of the church council, was master of ceremonies which included a welcome, on behalf of the congreg.i- tion, extended by Mrs. J. W. Hemphill, pioneer member of the church. A hyrnn sing formed a part of the program as did a welcome giv'^n by Stanley Miller who spoke for the church brotherhood and the Sunday school. Following the program a fellow- tjhip hour of visiting with the new- pastor and his family was enjoyed by all. •*• Couple ftlarrlo*! at Union BuptlHt Parsoiiago Betty Carr, daughter of Mr. and Mva. Everett Carr of Moi'a, Minn., and Lloyd Carda. also of Mora, were married Friday at the Union Baptist piirsonago. The Rev. Eugene Olson officiated at I he double ring service. Music was provided by Mrs. Olson who .sang "I Love You Truly", accompanied by her daughter, Janelle. The couple was attended by the biide's parents. They plan to make their home on a farm near Mora, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Pot luck luncheon .-it the E. E. Henaman cottage. Bring covered dish and own service. .AIeth(Hli?.t Friscilla Class 1:00 p.m. Luncheon at home of Mis. Elmer Jackson. Wanted To Swim noon, included; Des Moines .43: ; Christian C. W. F. Day Groups. Lamoni .26; Cedar Rapids .24; Du-| 2:00 p.m. Ramsey Memorial buque .58; Mason City .61; Burlington 1.01; Davenport .60: O- tumwa .4S: Fairfield 1.14; .Am.'s 1 1.12; Charles City .55; Clarence i .51; Hubbard .62; N'onhwood 1 I': ; »-« r\ Oskaloosa .64: Osceola .52; Wash-jOUf UfOlt'llS ington .25. and Williamsburg .SO. } NORFOLK. Va. .-1' John Lamb Jr. v.'anted to swim like other boys, hut despite his 22 years, he had never learned how, Wednesday he was (iowji a'u an ocean pier where a grovip of teenage boys were swimming. They started 'making fun of him because he couldn't swim. John asked one of the boys to lend him a bathing suit. •Til show you," he said, and di\-ed into the water. When lie didn't come up. one of them went after him. but it was no use. He had drowned. group, Mrs. Cecil Oulman; the Child Saving group, Mrs. Ed Farris; Disciples Chaplaincy group, Mrs. Keimeth Ayers. Sunday Just a Dozen Club Family Picnic 11:30 a.m. Meet in city" park to go to Pike's Point for picnic dinner. Monday (iolf and C-ountrj' Club Glen's Tour- anient. Qualifying nine holes to be played in forenoon. Flights will be made for afternoon play. Tuesday Four .Mile I-iike club Meeting postponed until July 11 Cap Pistols Lesal. Rules Attorney General The Moa, giant fossil bird of New Zealand, was entirely wiiig- DES MOINES .V Okay youngsters, you can let those "six-guns " roar—come Fourth of July-provided it's all right with your own parents and local authorities. Atty. Gen. Dayton Countryman Issued a ruling Thursday that an apparent conflict in two sections of the Iowa law doesn't make use of cap pistols illegal. The question had been raised by the Linn County attorney's office. The 1955 Legislature legalized toy pistols, toy revolvers and caps but did not .specifically repeal another section of the law which appeared to prohibit them. Countryman and George West, assistant attorney general, ruled that "clearly the legislature intended to legalize the sale, gift and vise of toy pistols, toy revolvers and caps." The legalizing law takes effect July 4. To Forinallv Unite Westinar, York Colleges Search lor Airmen Still Unproductive TOKYO :V The search for four Marine airnten down in the Pacific off Southern Japan neared the end of its fourth day as dense fog began closing in again Thursday night. Darkness once again turned tlie search into a blind game of dropping flarc -J and hoping for another radio signal such as one reported heard early Thursday morning from one of the men believed to be drifting in sprav-drenched life rafts. * •*• * The missing airmen arc; Capt. Hodgin P. Montague, Jackson, Miss., jet pilot who ran out of gas while lost in fog Sunday. Second Lt. David Winton Bell, of Wayzata, Minn., his ordnance officer. Lt. Alan McAneny Jr. of Yonkers. N.Y.. whose Marine Fury jet vanished Tuesday night in the search. A still unidentified crewman of a Marine helicopter which crashed at sea in the search Wednesday. Three fellow crewmen were rescued. * • * The Air Force, coordinating tite search over 25.000 square miles of ocean, said although the new signals had been heard, planes and ships were unable to fix the position. The radio signals reported heard after several hours of silence are believed to have been sent from Bell's raft. A Navy official said "The search will be continued as long as there is any hope." The downed fliers are presumed Esth.Tvillc, Iowa, Daily Now.s, Thursday, Juiu> 30, 1935 2 DOllAVER To Head Alumni Council BRETTON WOODS, N.M. .T Everett E. McQuillen of Texas A. iuid M. College was inaugurated Wednesday as president of the Americcw Alumni Council, succeeding Loren L. Hicker.son of the Univorsitv of Iowa. In the past year, about a niii- lion people have received certificates in the American Red Cross water safety program. iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiif Sizzling Bargains for tlu' Coming Holiday Stevens Straw Hats 1.98 o 4.95 MBiBiiailJIIF Lucky Phone No. 2095 Diuincli U1R2 142J2 1854 If your phone number is listed hero .voii are «>ntitled to a free gift front our store. iillililliillliijiilili Short Sleeved Lightweight Short Sleeved SUMMER Sport Shirts SLACKS $098 $095 Men's and Boys' BATHING SUITS $1.98 McAdams' Clothing up I>. L. "Mac" McAdams Koy Vox WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS 3Iotlier of 15 Charged with Worthless Check DETROIT .V - Mrs. Margaret Hamilton. 37. has been writing bad checks for some time but no one wanted to prosecute her because She has 15 children, police said. Police leluctantly charged her Wednesday with writing a worthless $10 check to buy groceries. Lt. Walter Chlopan of the bogus check detail said he had warned her that "next time he would prosecute." • Her hu.sband Charles. 38. a plant guard who makes between S6.000 to $7,000 a year. said. "Margaret is the kind of a mother that just won't let her children lack for I'anything." He estimated his wife's penchant for writing checks had cost him $3,000 in the 10 years. The Missis.sippi flood of 1927 inundated 28.(HX) square miles. Predicts Ten Io>va Holiday Traffic Deaths DES MOINES iT -Traffic aoci dents will take at least 10 lives in Iowa over the Fouith of July weeic- end unless drivers "make courtesy their code and drive at reasonable speeds," Frank B TJlish says. director of the safety education divi.sion of the Iowa Safety Department, said Wednesday discourteous driving also will result in 300 persons injured over tiie long weekend. But he said lowans can make him a poor prophet by observing these rules on weekend trips; 1. Don't try to cover too many miles in too short a time. 2. Got an early start and pau-ie occasionally to rest. 3. Don t speed or become impatient. •1. Don't drink before or during your driving period. 5. Make courtesy your code of the road. LE MARS .V We.stmar College and Yoik, .\eb.. College will be formally united at a public meet- j to be in life rafts, ing here Thur.-^day night. i Members of the boards of tni.<;t- Once I 'opular HerO ee.s of the two .'schools will meet to adopt a revised constitution and articles of incorpoi-ation. The two colleges actually merged some time ago. following the union of the church denominations wnir-ri founded them. Westmai' was estab-, ^.p^,., j^^^.^, ,3^^,. aiding the li.>;hcd by the Evangelical Clnirch , Communist enemy while a prison- in 190O and York by the Umt.;djj.r in North Korea. R,.„.h,... i.. A seven-man military court mai'. tial which pronounced the sentence Wednesday also ordered a dishonorable dischaige for the 26-year- old soldier and forfeiture of all pay and allowances. Gets Eight Years NEW YORK .P Cpl. Harold M. Dunn, once given a hero's welcome by his native Baldwinsville, N. y., has been sentenced to eight Brethren Church in 1890. The two chui'ch groups now h 'Lve combined into the Kvangeiical United Brethren Chinch. The territories of the colleges overlap.^. Another factor i)i the merger of the two schools was a fire which cau.sed considerable damage at York College a few years ago. The ancient Romans used polished metal for mii-i'ors. SEE FRIGIDAIRE 6 HORSE HITCH CIRCUS DAY MORNING" THE FRIGIDAIRE POLAR BEAR WAGON on the Streets of EstherviUe SEE Visitors from New Mexico At Cass Home riV SIRS. \\ L. WH.-\LK.N Mr. ajid Mrs. A. R. Kunzman of Truth or Consequences. N. .M.. were guests at the William F. home Sunday and Sunday nigh l. Mrs. Cass is a niece of the Kuiu- man.i. Also Sunday dinner gues's at the Casses were Mr. and Mrs. William Kunzman of Sioux Foil-?, S. D. MlnneapoU.s Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peterson of Minneapolis spent last week with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Peterson. The Kenneth Petersons left on Monday morning for their cottage at Gull Lake, Minn. Honoml at Luncheon As a courtesy to Mrs. Daisy Redhead of Rock Island, 111., an afternoon luncheon was held at the Will Peterson home. Hostesses were Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. C. W. Dickenson and Mrs. John K o n o . Mrs. Redhead is a former Dolliver resident. A social afternoon was enjoyed. Present besides the above mentioned were Miss Clara Moltzen of EstherviUe, Mrs. Anna Balmer, Mrs. Olive Eckhart and Mmes. Vic Whalen, Oliver Stow, Dick Boyken of Armstrong, W. C. Stov.', Melvin Peterson, Kenneth Peterson of Minneapolis and .Ed Griese. Mokes Busiiiessi Trip Fritz Zwiefel made a business '.rip to Glenwood, Minn., on Saturday. tioliig Through CUnic Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosenow have spent the past week in Rochester where the former is going through the Mayo Clinic. California and Visitorn Guests at the George Yackle home are a sox\ Howard yacl;':e Of San Francisco and a daughter. Mrs. Bill Calvin and children, Billy and Sandy, of Osawtomio. Kans. Howard came fiom California by car, stopped in K a n s a s and brought his sister home witli him. Mr. and Mrs. George YacUle and Aveida will take them back on Thursday and remain at Osau'- tomie until the following Tuesday. .'Vlilk.shake Hits Fan; Customers Covered AKRON. Ohio .-1'—Patrons of the counter in the Summit County Courthouse today were asking each other a question something like this; "And where were you when the milkshake hit the fan?" No one knows just how the accident happened yesterday, but after it wa.s over some 20 customers were covered with vanilia-flavored spray. • BE.V FRAXKLIX Exciting but Safe ivith our hang-up selections for the swimmer SEA SIREN BATHING CAPS 69c AssorttHl Colors—Small, Med., Large .\.MKKICAS GltEATEST VALl'ES For the Traveler SUN GLASSES Children'.s, Women's. Men's Styles 15c "u';:* For the Picnicker A Complete Selection of Picnic Supplies BEN FRANKLIN Frigidaire ^ODtL civ-ns It'i a brand nev/, exciting kind of food-keeper. Everything is in sight, in easy reach. Gives you super-morket convenience right in your kitchen. Refrigerator is self-deffosling. Freezer holds up to 66 lbs. See the new Frigidaire Im- periol Cold-Pantry nowl Choice 0/ Sherwood Green, Strafford Yellow ^ or Snowy White Exterior in Dulux or Porcelain APPilANCES (Daily News engraving) Mil. AND iVins. Jens Egeland of rural EstherviUe announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Joyce and Jerry Dean Schichtl, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schichtl, W. 329 North Second street. The wedding date has not been set. No Traffic Deaths CHICAGO /F—Sioux City, low.i, is ore of three cities In the 5,00 to 100,000 population class which had no traffic deaths in the first five months of 1955, the National Safety Council says. The others were Lincoln, Neb., and Winston- Salem, N.C. Sioux City's population in the 1950 census was 83,t91. Approves Hospital Plans WASHINGTON /P—The U.S. Ptih- lic Health Service has approved plans for a 28-bed general hospital at Mai-engo. Iowa. Rep. Schwengel (R-Iowa) said PHS had mforin(-U him it had agreed to provide S2n.- 000 toward furnishings. The project is estimated to cost $261,700. WHArS GOING ON JULY 18th? ASK AT ARNIE'S To The <2^ 4th Annual WALLINGFORD Celebration 10:30 a. m.—Car Rodeo 11:30 a. m.—Running Events Races for Yoimg and Old 12 +0 1:15—Dinner Hour 1:30 p. nn.—Parade, Bands, Floats Cars, Clowns. Lead by Estherville National Guard $65.00 in prizes. 2:30 p. m.—Address, Frank Miles 3:00 p. m.—Horse Show EstherN-ille Saddle Club 3:30 p. m.—Motorcycle Races 5 to 6:00 p. m.—Supper Hour 6:00 p. m.—Ballgame Whlttenuire vs. Walllngford 7:30 p. m.—Shower of Prizes IjilOO ill prixe.s dropped from an utrplune 8:00 p. m.—Evening Performance IJj KXEL Kadlo and TV Stars Couiilry Junclioii Jamlmreo 9:30 p. m.—Free Fireworks Display Oeiuiiue Old Fa.sltlouod Celeliratluti Homo Early — Stay Lute — Enjoy Yourself HpoiiNormI l»y WniliiiKford Ainpricnn Legion

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