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   Vindicator And Republican (Newspaper) - December 19, 1935, Estherville, Iowa                                comp Emmet Ooimtyfi Own KewiiW] y|nd Republican blished Every Tuesday and Thursday. EathenriUe'i Trade Aret 1600 Square rfUes. Reae^ That With V. & R. Adt ESTHEBVILLE, EmiET COITNTY, IOWA THURSDAY, DECEiMBER 19, 1935 NUMBER 95 mas Goes Over Of |$300 Is Reported mkw Final Appeal For Worthy Cause. One Half 'of All ContributionB Be-� ' tained for Local Use By K. J. McDonald On behalf of the Committee. The .�BtherviUe ChriBtmaa Seal Committee is plepred to anncutiee that we have "gone over the top," the' amount received on the 'sale of Christmas Seals to date being 1300.42 as compared to 1279.38 total sales last year, and we stilt have some time to go, and many to hear from. �Your newspaper has kindly printed' this open letter to you, our. message to you in the final phace of the drive. While we pre pleased to know the'receipts this year will sub-Etantially exceed those of last, and we appreciate the loyal and charitable' support of soi many, it does seem to us that there i>re many who do not appreciate the wonderful good being accomplished, the real worthiness of this cause. Of the' money collected one-half remains in this community and the' other half is used in carrying on the nationpl fight against tuberculosis. Since this money is your donation you are interested in knowing what is beng done witKit. There' are 1240 tuberculosis tn-stitution equipped to care for 96,-198 patients at one time. Because of the coming and' going of patients the averfge taken car* of ii 82,000 per day. This is done at a cost of seventy million dollars or an average of f850 per year or $2.B0 per day for epch victim. Anyone who has had experience with sickness and hospital, ex-... jPilnsei. will .appreciate that .this cost is remarkably low. But' the .   folipwing is the most important "The Messiah" Sunday ELK8 WILL GIVE "KID8" BtATXNBE HCIirDAY AFTERNOON El. p. 0. Elks will have their ^^i^LWi Christmas' party Monday for-tniet children of this community. As usual this entertainment will consist of a special show at the Grand Theatre and a Sack cf candy for each youngster. The party will begin at 2 o'clock and members of the Elks' club will bef present to take care of the childten. Manager Henry Howitr of the Graiid' threatre is dbnKtlng the use of. the. theatre to the club and his completed arrangements for tl^cf sl^lny^ipg of a thrilling action Western Bliow. The show is a type that ^>fiir thrill all the children, who will also have the pleasure of feeing Our Gang comedy and several novelty reels. -^V-R- Dr. R. Post Invents Boat Fomer Estherville , Resident Oonstruots Light Compact Boat in Calif. i   Naming 4-H Champions for 1935 Difficult Task Word has.been received here that the boat invented by Dr. Raymond Post of Van Nuys, Calif., son of Mrs. William Post of this city, will be distributed by a national concern. Preliminary work on ttve invention was begun several years ago by Dr; Post, who is an ardent sportsman. He calls his invention ^he Wilson Fold Flat Boat. In 1983 Dr. Post applied for hv� patent, and from that time on de velopment on the folding boat progressed rapidly. The boat is very light and compact and can be carried conveniently on tl)^, running board or in the ton' an automqUe.  ,. CBIOAGO . . . Crowning the 1935 Bojr and Girl 4-H Club ehompioni! iUs year was dillienlt enough, even before they cameNo the "Heeltli" group. Then the deadlock developed. . . . Tiie scoring was so close that the idges named seven champions. They are shown in the top picture, reading, ft to right, Howard Cobb, 18, Greene, N. Y.; Eloise aBrt;ctt, 15, "Uriab, _.....^MWm^^^n'Sam 66 atthfe'lprftent^Mme, .This'.reL markable ':^rogress is^ only ' pos-sble throught the continued liberal support of yourself and others like' you. Any let-up would result in an immediate rise in the number of fatalities. It is fight we must keep up. Losplly the u?e of this fund has not been confned to tul)erculoflis alone but has l(cen used for the general' health betterment of the youngsters in this' community, who, but for this help would be without the necessities so afforded. The following report of last year's expenditures is the story of many, many thankful youngsters to whom your pennies meant better'lieBlth and greater strength to meet life's battles. Milk .................... $39.98 Glasses  ................. $38.00 Dental work ............ $14.50 First Aid Kits in School - _and_ jfjurse............   |9.B4 Domesttc Science First Aid Kit ........... .......   $2.04 Diptboria Immunization .. $64.46 Pcid to State Funds .... $130.90 The work and time in raising and handling this money is of course gratuitous even as your contribution is free will. Special thanks are due the' following purcharers of the "baby bonds:" American Legion Auxiliary; Daugh tors of American Revolution; Service Sti>r Legion; Northern Lumber Company; M. J, Groves; Gardston Hotel; Great A. & P. Tea. Company; Iowa Trust & Savings Bank; Clyde E. San-bojrji. Yet we must not forget all the others who are contribuvlng.   ' know ione lady whose 20c   contribution meant more to her than SUteslrigl^t^'of tHe'Wilson Fold Flat Boat. //T    r : -^V-R- PAN HELLENIC GROUP TO DONATE BASKETS Members of the Pan Hellenic met last night at the home of Mrs. Don Kirby and made pland to fill baskets to be donated to two poor families in this iity on Christmas. Mrs. K. J. McDonald was assisting hostess. There were sxteen members pre-sent and they spent the time playing contract bridge. Mrs. H L. McMillan won the prize. There was also an exchange of Chrst-mas gifts. Giiests were Mrs. Leonard Pet erson, Mrs. J. P. Clark, Mrs. S. T Egerston, Mrs. Bertha Gaarde Miss Alice Gray, Miss Elizabeth Hunker, Miss Wilma Jessen, Mrs. Frank Larson, Mrs. H. L. McMillan, Miss Evelyn Norby, Mrs John Rhodes, Mrs. Glenn Story Mrs. Francis Shadle, Miss Wilma Womck, Miss Florence Myehs, Miss Mary Nnuman and the hostesses. -V-H- E. O. W. CLUB HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY E. O. W. club members gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Cerwick last night for a Christ-n^aa 'party, A covered-dish sup .per w�s served followed by 6h^ii^9 of gifts. Bridge was play ed dorlhig the evening at three tables. Mrs. F. A. Johnson won the high priao and Mr. Johnson wag awarded the traveling prize. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Jones were guests at the meeting. -^V- Ala; Frederick Abel, 20, Gadsden, Ala.; Marion McLaughlin, 16, tronar.r, Mich.; J. Alton Riffle, 20, Pleasant Hill, Mo.; June Castinc, 15, Ridgcw.i.Y, ', C; and Charles Jordan, Jr., 18, Beloit, Has. Below, arc the national Buy and Girl Leadership champions, 'Viley Johnson, 19, McAlester. Okla. and Betty Brown, 19, Emporia, Kaa. Takes Over Royal 400 Business. Grote of Sioux Rapids on Tank Wagon Harvey Cox has purchased the Royal 400 Service station on Ei>st Lincoln street and takes immediate ipossesson. This station has been owned and operated by Paul Salyers. Mr. Cox who has traveled out of Estherville for 25 years, many of these as salcfman for the Estherville Grocery company, will be in personal charge of the station, L. H, Grote of Sioux Rapids has taken over the tank wagon service succeeding Maurice Salyers. Several counties are included in the territory. -^V-R-�� MRS. MOELLER IS ELECTED AUDITOR; Soloists Supported By Choirs Philharmonic Society Sponsors Fourth Annual Christmas Event At Methodist Church MRS. ELLSWORTH ENTERTAINS CLUB AT DINNER SPIRIT LAKE, (Special)-Mrs. Carl W. Moeller, widow of the late county auditor, was named county auditor by the Dickinson county board of supevvisois. Mr. Moeller died December 10 after an iiinefs of one week with bronchial pneumoria. Mrs. Moeller came to Dickinson county with Mr. Moeller when he moved from Everly to Milford to become cashier of a bank there. They moved to S>pirit Lake three years ago after Mr. Moejlcr's election to office. After weeks of practice the iistherville Philiiarmcjnic stocicVy is ready to present iU fourth annual presentnlion of George F'rcd-erick Handel's "The Messinh" on Sunday nt 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. in tjie Methodist Episcopal   church. The Mes iiih." a world fnmcd oi'atorio, was written by Handel in 24 (lays in the year 1741. It is divided into three  parts, the first includes the foi-telling of the Mcssiph by the prophet.;, the second, the celestial announcement hedaldinff his birth and the third, the joyful reteption of the tidings by tlio shepliortls. The soprano ..'^olos will be sung by Miss Eli/.abetli Hunker and Mrs. N. H. MtKerral, both of Estherville, and Miss Nadne Lind-quist of Spirit Lake will sing the altci air.--. Joseph Panncll wll be tenor soloist i-nd John Bloom of Storm Lake will sinjr the bnss solos. Knymo-nd Minkler, Director The proilvction is under the directicTi of Raymond Minkler of the' local public school mu.�icnl faculty and the piano and organ accompaniment will bo used with Mi'ss Bernn Hpnsen na pianist and Mr.-. C. M. Gvonstal as pipe-organist. Executive officers . are Miss Charlotte Bailey, Mis.s Grace Mc-Clure', Romnine Collins, Frank Sutton, Mirs Carols Mnthre, Miss Imogene Knutson, Miss Loir 'Wilson, Leon Blake and Louis Obye. �The program will open with an DV^ture by   Miss   Hansen... and cess tfurmg the   program win play a   pastorrl   symphony. A 7 o'clock dinner wn* served for members of the Acc High bridge club lost night at the Gardston hoitel at H tabic which was beautifully decorated with a center piece of fruit. Silver and blue holly and bunches of cherries were laid about on tho table. Tall red tapers lighted the tnblb. Contract bridge was played at three tables in the evening. Mrs. Ed Brom? wm the high score prize There was also an exchange of gift.'. Those attending were Mrs. George Shadle, Mrs. GoorKc Hey-msn, Mrs. Ralph Rousseau, Mrs. Ed. Strube, Mrs. G. H. Raife, Mrs. 11. L. Lambert, Mrs. Frank Weaver, Mrs. W. J. Tim.-, Mrs. R. C. Brown, Mrs. Ed. Broms, Mrs. G. K. Allen and the hostess. --V-R- North Star Lodge Elects M. E. Burrell Is Re-elected Worshipful Master At Regular Meeting Friday Maurice E. Buri'ell wiif re-elected as worshipful master of the North Star Masonic lodge Friday night nt a regular meeting held nt the Masonic hall. Irwin Her-ing was named senior warden; Dave Crawford, junior warden; Robert Knight, treasurer, nd Invin C. Nicho!j>, secretary. The newly elected officers will be installed at the Januniy meeting. -V-R- YOUNG COUPLES CLUB HAS CHRISTMAS PAR'IV The Young Couples Club of the Estherville Lutheran church hold a Christmas party Tuesday night st the church basement. The group ^Ihered together and i^ang Christmas carols, followed by the reading of a poem by Mrs. '\Veld-em Moore. A quartet comprised of Everett Shaw, Lloyd Hande-land and the Misses Jennie and Josephine' Ha'ndeland sang "Beautiful Savior." Mrs. Harold Reed gave a reading "The Bethlehem Pilgrimage" followed by a guitar New Manager At Western Union A, J. Fabrick is the new manager of the local Western Union up town office. Coming here from Iowa City where he was night manager. Mr. Fabrick succeeds E. W. Hume   who was   transferred from Esthervlle to Charles City.        ...... The new menager is a married solo, "Holy Night," by Mrs. Frun-man and has rented and is nicely cis Bevard. The Rev. L. A. Math-located n the Salyers house nt 1029 re gave a short trlk at the close of East Maple. -V-R- Mr. end Mrs. Henry Hower drove to Faribault, Minn., yesterday after their son, Bobby, who is attending school in that city. Bobby will spend the holidays in this city. Mrs. Richmond Critically III Mrs. Fred' Rit;hmond of Los Angeles, Calif., former Estherville resident, is critically ill at the Qood Smaritan hospital in Los Angflet, suffering from pneu-iAoiiin. An oxygen tank is being used. She is being cared for by Miss-Ethyl Walker, nurse, also � former resident. any of the baby bond's, Thank� to you all, You are helping in a great work. I do hope some will telephone or call for somV more seali. Don't feel that this is something to be avoided as �race fully and cheaply at possible THaVa not the idea. What you give tii entirely up to you. It's your opportvnity, to show that spark of charity that makes you human, to help in health ypur lets fortunate brother. Give also to thoiie 'Other good causes' you fayor. ;How many give' even one twentieth their tithe. If you haven't'sent your con-tridutipn ^111^ you pleaie do bo now. ..'AddjItionAi seaia can be pur., chaved. f r�nm the giria who ^iU mU them on the street Saturday, Monday and Tueiday, from the booth at the'poBtoffice, or mail, telephone or peraonalljr fronv I Schmeiing Here Again j HHm YORK ... Max Schmellns (above), former hcavytvolght ohBm> pion, is hare from Qormany to alio up. ''Bomber" Joo Louis, dueky Detroit sensation and dUousi a possible match. K.Y. Boxing Oomroii'' sloneri say Max must meat Loi.'^.i before oxpocting a match witn Champion Jim Braddoek, the evening. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts, which was in tho nature of a treasure hunt. The luncheon was served at tables arranged in the form of a T with a lighted Chrj,;tmas tree in the center. Red candles in silver holders and berry wreaths completed the decorations. Favors were cellophane bags of candy tied with red ribbons. �V-R- WHITE SHRINE HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY Santa Claus called on members of the White Shrine, Lodge last night after tho regular meeting, and presented gfts to all those present. The meeting was held at tho Masonic hall and was attended by approximately 40 members. A farewell gift was also presented to Miss Prisclla Booth, who is leaving next week for Boae-man, Mont. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nool, Miss Enid Copeland, Miss Alma Keos and Mrs. Chet Schryver. -^V-R- One Paper Next Week Only one issue of the iVndicator ReiJiiUlician will bo published next week and it will be on Monday Inetead of Tuesday. By going to press on Monday subscribers living on the routes will reveivo their papers before Chrstmas, -..V-R- Mr, and Mr�. Bd. Halloran have rented the' Fuller cottage on No, Second Ave, and will take poeaes aion soon. Joseph Ponnell will sing ns his -olos, "Comfoo-t Ye My People" and "Kvery Valley Shall Be Exalted." John Bloom has been listed lor five .^ass .solos and they are, "Thus Snith Tho Lord," "But Who Moy Abide The Day of Hi.s Coming," "For Bchctd, Dnvknos.^ Shall Cover Tho Earth," "The People That Walked in Daikiipss" and "Why Do The Nations So Furiously Rage." Miss Hunker Will Sing Miss Hunker'?    soprano   solos are,   "There   Woie     Shepherds Abiding In The Kic-ld." "And Lo The Angel of the Lord Came Upon Them," "And The Angel Si'id Unto ' Them" .ind   "And   Suddenly There Was With The Aiigel." Miss Lindquist is a   member   of   the Chapel choir at Morningside col lege in Sioux City i'nd following her solos   hero   will   return Sioux City to practice witli   the choir before   they   bcjtin    their trip through the southern .slates in January.   She will   sing   two nlto solos Sunday, "He Shalt Feed His Flock Like a Shepherd."   and "He Was   Di.spi. ed."   Mis.   Mc Kerral will sing nt her   soprano solo, "Come Unto Him." Chorus numbers are to be "And The Glory Of tho Lcrd," "0 Thou That Tellest   Good   Tidings Zion," "For Unto U-- A Child Bom," "Glory To God," "Behold The Ltvmb of God," "Surely Has Borne Our Briefs," "All We Like Sheep H.Tvc Gone Astray,' "Since By Man Cnmo Death" pnd tho program will close with the famous "Hallclujnh" by the choir. Bruce Barton, (above), noted au-tlior and highl>' successful biisincsi executive, comes back as a regulai member nt this newspaper's staff, wtlli a new and current .scries '�of articles which we arc conlltlcnl will meet with the approval   school point of view praised ville schools presided ns tonst-mnstcr over tho speech fest. Loo Sander.- exalted ruler of the Eslh-ville lodge who hn.s devoted much time ."nd effort in maki�g the banquet a success gave tho official welcome to the guests. CaplJiins of tho junior college and high school teams, Leo Phip-pin and Donald Krahmer, acted ns .spokesmen Ifor y-hc members of the squads. Want Old Style Gaino Coach Solem as well as the other coachtis on the prcgram took n stand in favor of the old time football as tho best type to be played and voiced their dispp-provnl of the now type that favors open piny with the use of forward and lateral pas.'in^'. Jimmie Fay, well known Northern lowii sport fan and well known Emmetsburg lawyer took the speakers .'land in behalf of sports in northern Iowa and in his speech requested of Coach Solem whci in his position could do more than any other member of the banquet to u.-e his authority in favor of a chiingo to the old style of football. his boys for the gcod spirit and hard and fair playing although the season wos not ps .�successful as some of the .soason.-i past. Lynn said the boys were in there battling nil the time end even in defeat showed up well. The three stars of the University of Icwa who were invited to attend tho banquet with their coach could not make arrangements to bo here, Sheldon Gordiner former Esth-ville high school star and now a member of the University team could not attend because of examinations. Coach Solem gave Gordiner a good word for his good chai'a-actcr and his willingness for hrrd work. Captain "Dick" Crayne and "Oze" Simmons were also invited hut Crayne who was picked to play in the East and West game New Years dry on the west coast had to leave for thore last Tuesday night. "Oze" Simmons could not come on account of other plans and besides it would take too much time from his studies. Every member of the Elks as welt as the boys are looking for-wi'rd to another splendid banquet next year. CHICAQO . . . MUs Lorraine Tans (above), 19, of Bau Otaire, Wis., is tho national coaaing chatnpion of the 4-H Olubs for lOSS, i^Uo was crowned In the annyial Viilioqnl lionpetition held bore last w�>v. Corn, yellow, No, 3 .........He. Bi'iley, No. 4 ........25c to 30c Oats ........................20c Barley, No. 3 ...............S5c Borley, No. 4  ..............2Gc Heavy Springs, 5 lbs. and up..18c Heavy Springs, 4 to 5 lbs. . .16c Spring.s, Leghorns and lights 18c Hens, heavy, G lbs. and up ..IGc liens, heavy, 4 to, 5 lbs.......14c Hens, Light and Leghorn .... 12c Cocks, heavy, B lbs. and up ..10c Cocks, light nnd Leghorn ....7c Turkeys Young Toms, heavy, 14 lbs. up 23e Young Hens, hoavy, D lbs. up 23c Old .Toms, old hen.s, heavy .. 18c Capons Fancy, 0 lbs. and up ........23e 8 to 0 lbs...................22c 7 to 8 lbs...................2lc 0 to 7 lbs...................20c Eggs, henneries, Brown ......28c Eg^s, henneries, White ......27c Eggs, No. 1 ................24c Eggs, No. 2 ................18c Sweet Cream ...............360 OresTO, No. 1 ...............86o Cream, No, 2 ...............34c Hoga Top Butchers .............f8,86 Top Packers ...............18.20 Presenting: CHARL ORMAND WILLIAMS New Member of Vindicator & Republican Staff Writers MODERN WOMEN CHARL ORMOND WILLIAMS is president of tho National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.... She was former Superintendent of Schools of the Strte of Tennessee,,, ,Also, former president of-the National Educational As. Delation and at present field secretary of that orgpniztlon. Under the title of "MODBRJi NyOMEN," Mlsa Williams will contribute a weekly feature to.this newsprper. .Her articles w>ll tell of women's achievementa in business and public life...   

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