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Vindicator And Republican (Newspaper) - December 19, 1935, Estherville, Iowa comp Emmet Own Republican Every Tuesday and Trade Aret 1600 Square That With V. & R. Adt EmiET IOWA 19, 1935 NUMBER 95 mas Goes Over Of Is Reported mkw Final Appeal For Worthy One Half All ' for Local Use By K. J. McDonald On behalf of the The Seal Committee is to that we have over the amount received on the of Christmas Seals to date being 1300.42 as compared to 1279.38 total sales last and we stilt have some time to and many to hear newspaper has kindly this open letter to message to you in the final of the While we pre pleased to know this year will exceed those of and we appreciate the loyal and support of soi it does seem to us that there many who do not appreciate the wonderful good being the real worthiness of this Of money collected one-half remains in this community and other half is used in carrying on the fight against Since this money is your donation you are interested in knowing what is beng done are 1240 tuberculosis equipped to care for 96,-198 patients at one Because of the coming going of patients the taken of ii 82,000 per This is done at a cost of seventy million dollars or an average of per year or per day for Anyone who has had experience with sickness and will that cost is remarkably the is the most important Sunday WILL GIVE AFTERNOON p. 0. Elks will have their party Monday children of this As usual this entertainment will consist of a special show at the Grand Theatre and a Sack cf candy for each The party will begin at 2 o'clock and members of the club will bef present to take care of the Manager Henry of the is the use of. theatre to the club and his completed arrangements for of a thrilling action Western The show is a type that thrill all the who will also have the pleasure of feeing Our Gang comedy and several novelty Dr. R. Post Invents Boat Fomer Estherville Resident Light Compact Boat in Calif. i Naming 4-H Champions for 1935 Difficult Task Word received here that the boat invented by Dr. Raymond Post of Van son of Mrs. William Post of this will be distributed by a national Preliminary work on invention was begun several years ago by who is an ardent He calls his invention Wilson Fold Flat In 1983 Dr. Post applied for and from that time on de velopment on the folding boat progressed The boat is very light and compact and can be carried conveniently on running board or in the an Crowning the 1935 and Girl 4-H Club iUs year was even before they cameNo the Then the deadlock Tiie scoring was so close that the named seven They are shown in the top ft to Howard 18, N. Eloise 15, 66 markable only ' throught the continued liberal support of yourself and others Any would result in an immediate rise in the number of It is fight we must keep the of this fund has not been to alone but has used for the health betterment of the youngsters in but for this help would be without the necessities so The following report of last year's expenditures is the story of many thankful youngsters to whom your pennies meant and greater strength to meet life's Milk Glasses Dental work First Aid Kits in School - Science First Aid Kit Immunization to State Funds The work and time in raising and handling this money is of course gratuitous even as your contribution is free Special thanks are due following of the American Legion Daugh tors of American Service Northern Lumber M. Gardston Great A. & P. Iowa Trust & Savings Clyde E. Yet we must not forget all the others who are ' ione lady whose 20c contribution meant more to her than Fold Flat r PAN HELLENIC GROUP TO DONATE BASKETS Members of the Pan Hellenic met last night at the home of Mrs. Don Kirby and made to fill baskets to be donated to two poor families in this on Mrs. K. J. McDonald was assisting There were members and they spent the time playing contract Mrs. H L. McMillan won the There was also an exchange of were Mrs. Leonard Pet Mrs. J. P. Mrs. S. T Mrs. Bertha Gaarde Miss Alice Miss Elizabeth Miss Wilma Mrs. Frank Mrs. H. L. Miss Evelyn Mrs John Mrs. Glenn Story Mrs. Francis Miss Wilma Miss Florence Miss Mary and the 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 A sup served followed by 6h^ii^9 of Bridge was play ed the evening at three Mrs. F. A. Johnson won the high and Mr. Johnson wag awarded the traveling Mr. and Harold Jones were guests at the Frederick 20, Marion 16, J. Alton 20, Pleasant June 15, and Charles 18, arc the national Buy and Girl Leadership 19, Okla. and Betty 19, Takes Over Royal 400 Grote of Sioux Rapids on Tank Wagon Harvey Cox has purchased the Royal 400 Service station on Lincoln street and takes immediate This station has been owned and operated by Paul Mr. Cox who has traveled out of Estherville for 25 many of these as for the Estherville Grocery will be in personal charge of the L. Grote of Sioux Rapids has taken over the tank wagon service succeeding Maurice Several counties are included in the MRS. MOELLER IS ELECTED Soloists Supported By Choirs Philharmonic Society Sponsors Fourth Annual Christmas Event At Methodist Church MRS. ELLSWORTH ENTERTAINS CLUB AT DINNER SPIRIT Carl W. widow of the late county was named county auditor by the Dickinson county board of Mr. Moeller died December 10 after an of one week with bronchial Mrs. Moeller came to Dickinson county with Mr. Moeller when he moved from Everly to Milford to become cashier of a bank They moved to Lake three years ago after Mr. election to After weeks of practice the is ready to present iU fourth annual of George Handel's on Sunday nt 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. in tjie Methodist Episcopal The Mes a world was written by Handel in 24 in the year 1741. It is divided into three the first includes the of the by the the the celestial announcement his birth and the the joyful of the tidings by The soprano will be sung by Miss Hunker and Mrs. N. H. both of and Miss of Spirit Lake will sing the Joseph wll be tenor soloist John Bloom of Storm Lake will the Director The is under the of Raymond Minkler of local public school faculty and the piano and organ accompaniment will bo used with Bernn na pianist and C. M. as Executive officers are Miss Charlotte Grace Frank Mirs Carols Miss Imogene Miss Loir Leon Blake and Louis program will open with an by Miss and cess the program win play a A 7 o'clock dinner served for members of the Acc High bridge club lost night at the Gardston at H tabic which was beautifully decorated with a center piece of Silver and blue holly and bunches of cherries were laid about on tho Tall red tapers lighted the Contract bridge was played at three tables in the Mrs. Ed wm the high score prize There was also an exchange of Those attending were Mrs. George Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Ed. Mrs. G. H. Mrs. 11. L. Mrs. Frank Mrs. W. J. Mrs. R. C. Mrs. Ed. Mrs. G. K. Allen and the North Star Lodge Elects M. E. Burrell Is Re-elected Worshipful Master At Regular Meeting Friday Maurice E. re-elected as worshipful master of the North Star Masonic lodge Friday night nt a regular meeting held nt the Masonic Irwin was named senior Dave junior Robert nd Invin C. The newly elected officers will be installed at the YOUNG COUPLES CLUB HAS CHRISTMAS The Young Couples Club of the Estherville Lutheran church hold a Christmas party Tuesday night st the church The group together and Christmas followed by the reading of a poem by Mrs. A quartet comprised of Everett Lloyd and the Misses Jennie and sang Mrs. Harold Reed gave a reading Bethlehem followed by a guitar New Manager At Western Union J. Fabrick is the new manager of the local Western Union up town Coming here from Iowa City where he was night Mr. Fabrick succeeds E. W. Hume who was transferred from to Charles The new menager is a married by Mrs. and has rented and is nicely cis The Rev. L. A. n the Salyers house nt 1029 re gave a short at the close of East Mr. end Mrs. Henry Hower drove to yesterday after their who is attending school in that Bobby will spend the holidays in this Mrs. Richmond Critically III Mrs. of Los former Estherville is critically ill at the hospital in Los suffering from An oxygen tank is being She is being cared for by also former any of the baby to you You are helping in a great I do hope some will telephone or call for more Don't feel that this is something to be avoided as fully and cheaply at possible not the What you give tii entirely up to It's your to show that spark of charity that makes you to help in health lets fortunate Give also to good you many even one twentieth their If you your you do bo can be f the who mU them on the street Monday and from the booth at or telephone or I Here Again j HHm YORK Max former is hare from to alio Joo Detroit sensation and a possible Boxing say Max must meat before a match witn Champion Jim the There was an exchange of Christmas which was in tho nature of a treasure The luncheon was served at tables arranged in the form of a T with a lighted tree in the Red candles in silver holders and berry wreaths completed the Favors were cellophane bags of candy tied with red WHITE SHRINE HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY Santa Claus called on members of the White Lodge last night after tho regular and presented to all those The meeting was held at tho Masonic hall and was attended by approximately 40 A farewell gift was also presented to Miss who is leaving next week for Mont. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miss Enid Miss Alma Keos and Mrs. Chet One Paper Next Week Only one issue of the will bo published next week and it will be on Monday of By going to press on Monday subscribers living on the routes will their papers before and Halloran have rented Fuller cottage on Second and will take aion Joseph will sing ns his Ye My and Valley Shall Be John Bloom has been listed lor five and they Snith Tho Who Moy Abide The Day of Shall Cover Tho People That Walked in and Do The Nations So Furiously Miss Hunker Will Sing Miss soprano solos Woie Shepherds Abiding In The Lo The Angel of the Lord Came Upon The Angel Unto ' Suddenly There Was With The Miss Lindquist is a member of the Chapel choir at Morningside col lege in Sioux City following her solos hero will return Sioux City to practice witli the choir before they their trip through the southern in She will sing two solos Shalt Feed His Flock Like a and Was Mc Kerral will sing nt her soprano Unto Chorus numbers are to be The Glory Of tho Thou That Tellest Good Tidings Unto A Child To The of Has Borne Our We Like Sheep Gone By Man pnd tho program will close with the famous by the Bruce noted and successful comes back as a regulai member nt this newspaper's a new and current articles which we arc will meet with approval nui Barton ia ono of the interesting and forceful the Ilia comment on events paralleling the nova ia worth Mercury Drops To 2 Below Season's Second Gold Wave Follows Cloudy Was Six Below on November 22. With n sudden shift in wind direction afternoon the mercury In Estherville's official thermometer shot to two below before this morning ns the cold wave of the On November 22, A. 0. Peterson official observer reported six Tho prevailing cold wave follows a spell of gloomy for the week Dec. 12 13 Dec. 14 15 IG 17 Dec. 18 Hi Lo 30 22 36 33 33 34 30 30 30 20 30 18 12 300 Banquet With Players Annual Elks Dinner Is Big Coach Ossie Gives Main Address The Rev. L. A. Mathre of the Estherville Lutheran will offer a at the beginning of tho presentation and the will be given by the Rev. F. W. of the Methodist The between the will be read by the Rev. Fred D. N. Mrs. C. P. Esther Miss Grace Fred Agnes Miss Elizabeth Mrs. Alice Miss Martha Kathryn Miss Marguerite Miss Miss Kathleen Helen Miss Evelyn Miss Miss Miss Alice Darys Miss Esther Frances G. Hageman and Miss Belly Alto Singers Miss Ruth Miss Gertrude Mrs. Walter Miss Cirola Mathre Anita E. Miss Maxine Miss Mary Miss Fern Miss Florence 0 F. W. Mrs Sara Reese Charlotte Miss Ruth Miss Lucille Miss Audine Olive Mrs. Miss Luella Miss Ethyl Miss Margaret ami Miss The tenor section is composed of James h. E. Joseph W. T. Jack R. V. Thomas C. Alln Eugene Louis and George C. Vernon E. Everett Robert L. Norman Gail Homer Curt Frank Leon Tone C. R. Singbusch and Norman Larson compose the LOCAL MARKET More than 300 plates were laid for the annual banquet given Tuesday evening by the local Elks to honor the football squad and coaches of the Estherville high school and Junior Conch Ossie Solem of tho University of Iowa wna the main talks were banquet not only by Solem but by Attorney James Clarence Refers and Max Lynn of Irving Nelson of Spencer and John Webb of Spirit SUPERIOR SCHOOLS CLOSE FOR TWO WEEKS VACATION Dec. 18.-School will close Friday afternoon with a special program in the high schrol auditorium to which the public 1.4 Faculty members and will be given n two week's during tho Louis Oleson Injured In Auto Accident Jack 18.-The Andrew family received a message that Louis Oleson of S. hrd been hurt in nn automobile accident and some members of the family left to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Martin Oleson and Delmer Mrs. Ed and Martin arc sister and brother of while Delmar is team was high in his praise for the of who finished the Reason in a tie for tho Hawkeye College Rogers said the team one of the best ever turned out at tho local Coach Lynn who spoke from the Supt. F. G. Stith of tho school point of view praised ville schools presided ns over tho speech Loo exalted ruler of the lodge who devoted much time effort in the banquet a success gave tho official welcome to the of tho junior college and high school Leo and Donald acted ns Ifor members of the Want Old Style Gaino Coach Solem as well as the other on the took n stand in favor of the old time football as tho best type to be played and voiced their of the now type that favors open piny with the use of forward and lateral Jimmie well known Northern sport fan and well known Emmetsburg lawyer took the speakers in behalf of sports in northern Iowa and in his speech requested of Coach Solem in his position could do more than any other member of the banquet to his authority in favor of a to the old style of his boys for the spirit and hard and fair playing although the season wos not ps as some of the Lynn said the boys were in there battling nil the time end even in defeat showed up The three stars of the University of who were invited to attend tho banquet with their coach could not make arrangements to bo Sheldon Gordiner former high school star and now a member of the University team could not attend because of Coach Solem gave Gordiner a good word for his good and his willingness for Captain Crayne and 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 Simmons could not come on account of other plans and besides it would take too much time from his Every member of the Elks as welt as the boys are looking to another splendid banquet next MUs Lorraine Tans 19, of Bau is tho national of the 4-H for was crowned In the held bore last 3 No. 4 to 30c Oats No. 3 No. 4 Heavy 5 lbs. and Heavy 4 to 5 lbs. Leghorns and lights 18c G lbs. and up 4 5 Light and Leghorn 12c B lbs. and up light nnd Leghorn Turkeys Young 14 lbs. up 23e Young D lbs. up 23c Old old heavy 18c Capons 0 lbs. and up 8 to 0 7 to 8 0 to 7 Brown White No. 1 No. 2 Sweet Cream No. 1 2 Hoga Top Butchers Top Packers 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 She was former Superintendent of Schools of the of former president National Educational As. Delation and at present field secretary of that Under the title of Mlsa Williams will contribute a weekly feature articles tell of women's in business and public
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