•us Swan Lake School Students Given Awards Awaids were pivin to »t\nli'ntf< of the Swan Luke con.iolidattd school district at Maplo Hill yrBlci- dny at tho schooVs annual picnic. Billy Cronk received an award for perfect attendance; Wanda and Janet HoU, perfect upelllnR last semester; Buddy Bolmcr, mo.st Improvement In BpoUlnK and writinK; Marlys Scvold, acholarshlp. Athletic awards were Riven to Don Borven, Harold Knwdson, Don Kroujjh, James Sevold, Gary Logan, Jack Logan and Alan Holl. Library books may be checked out during vacation from 3 to 6 p. ni. on Wednesday afternoons. Fined in Des Mninos A $50 fine was assessed against Thomas M. Scott, 38, of Esthervill" after he pleaded guilty in municipal court to reckless driving in connection with a wild police chasv? in Des Moines April 27. A police patrolman told the couit he chasi'd Scott at high speed and that Scott went through two stop signs and turned a corner "on two whools" during his flight. An altercation had occurred just prior to the chase but a charge of assault and battery fll«d against Scott was dismissed when the prosecuting wit ness foiled -to appear. Scrviccnian's Address A-C Joseph C. Harv.y AF 17353918. Flight 71 Sqd. 3285, Putks Air Force base, Calif. Dr. Sharp Improved Friends learned here today that, Dr. L. L. • Sharp, who received u compound fracture of a leg and multiple-g^hca about his face, neck ana arms In a traffic accident near Des Moines Sunday, Is "getting along fine and that he will be brought to his parents' home In Spirit Lake by ambulance the middle of next week. Two Traffle Accidents Two tr!>fflc arridi-nts were reported by city polli-e today. A horse owned jointly by Art Brown and -Nolan Nelson, both of Esthervllle, and a car driven by H. L. Hash collided at 8 p. m. Thursday 16 feet west of Third street on Central avenue. The horse w.-is heading north and apparently going through the intersection, changed its mind and turned west either Jumping or running into the loft front of the vehicle. The' Hash car, heading east on Central avenue, received estimated damages of $15 to the loft front fender and head light. A car driven by H. B. Wonderllch. of Esther%'ille, and a pickup truck driven by William J. Parkhurst, of Esthervllle, collided at 9:12 a. m. Saturday. The mishap occurred 12S feet cast of Sixth street on Central avenue. The two cars were heading east parallel to each other. The Parkhurst car started to pull ahead and .swing into the left lane of traffic when Its left rear fender hooked the right front bumper of the Parkhurst car. The respective fenders were damaged, Parkhurst's estimated at $22.84. No estimate was available for the Wondorlleh car. Still lJncon.scious Laramie, Wyo., (/Pi—Virginia Anderson, 24, Cornell (la.) college graduate, now a'Unlversity of Wy- omlnf^ graduate student, remained, unconscious Irv a Laramie hospital today. She was found brvit- ally beaten on the prairie north of hero last Sunday. ALL THE FOLKS IN.. ,ESTHERVILLE :l AND IN 187 OTHEI^ IOWA TOWNS STARTING- TUESDAY. MAY 20th FOR 3 BIG DAYS To Klwnnis Confe^en^e Kenni'lh Knutz and F. C. Ingram, will attend a district Kiwanis conference for officers Monday at Council Bluffs. Kautz is president and Ingram Is secretary of the local club. Car Damaged by Fire A car driven liy Harold Mustard of Esthervllle, caught fire last night near Milford and much of the Interior of the car was burned. Damage estimates have not been reported to the sheriffs office as yet. Cause of the fire has not been determined definitely, but It is reported as starting near the motor. To IVIannge Slioe Store Arlo Jensen of Esthervllle has been named manager of the Anderson Shoe store in Emmetsburg according to Carl Anderson who operates shoe store in Esthervllle, Emmetsburg and Ottumwa. Jensen was employed at the Esthervllle Shoe Store bclore taking over management of the Emmetsburg store. A. W. Hoy, former manager of the Emmetsburg store has, purchased the Stone Shoe store In Austin, Minn. Ho was at one time manager of the Woolworth store in Es thervllle. Mr. Jensen expects to move his family to Emmetsburg as soon as housing becomes available. Says Intrigue Between Labor And Governor Oskaloosa, la.. May 17 tJP^ - Kenneth Evans of Emerson, one of three candidates for the Republican nomination for governor, asserted in a speech here that "Intrigue exists ijetwoon (lowaV labor bosses and the office of governor." Evans was directing his remark at Gov. William S. Beanlsley who Is seeking re-election. The third candidate for the nomination is W. H. Nicholas of Mason City. Evans made his remark yesterday in an address here to the Mahaska county Evans-for-Governor club. IIIC REFERRED to a speech this week in which Ray anils of De.s Moines, president or the Iowa Stale Federation of LabOr, Indicated to the .organization's convention that Evans was linked with efforts of the Iowa- employers association to maintain . the state's union and closed shop laws,' Evans said of Mills' staterhent: "The alarming thing is not the lie flunii at mo by. Mr. Mlllsi but rather the intrigue which exists between the labor bosses and the office of governor which causes such men as Mills and Kenneth Everharl to give blanket endorsements to an Incumbent In an effort to perpetuate him In office for a third term." • * * » ' KVKRl'lART IS secretary-treasurer of the Iowa slate council of the CIO. Neither the AFL nor the CIO has publicly announced endorsement of any primary candidates. Evans asked whether Governor Beardsley has promised Iowa labor "openly or by intrigue to move heaven and earth for the repeal of Iowa's labor laws In the next legislative session?" The governor was away from Des Moines and unavailable for comment. ENI ^S TONITE WALTER AUDRK^- riDGEON TROTTKU "THE SELLOUT" , CO-HIT REX ALLEN "BORDER SADDLEMATES" SUNDAY and MONDAY WHEN THE'DEVILTRIBES'OF D AKOTA RAMPAGED OUT OF THE BIACKHILLSf WOM 'ALL THE MIGHT AND MAGNIFICENCC, THE GLORIOUS COLOR. THE FLOODING FURY OF THE FRONTIER'S MOST STIRRING CALL TO GALLANTRY! Personal ftfentton sirs. J. SL h'T*>d««rick »rn rrtunied l.nat night from Minneapolis where she had visited since Monday with relatives and friends. .^Irn. S. T. KgcrtMon. Mr* ttrti KInt and Connie and Anne Lyman drove to Northfleld. Minn., this morning to attend the May fete at Carleton college. Sgt. and Mrn. 1-eonarxl St4 >lfel arrived today to spend the week end with Mrs. Stetfel's father, Clarence Kurtz. They will also visit at the Clayton I^ngmo home. Capt and Mm. KUNWU Smith and family of Rapid City, S. D., are visiting at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Woods. Th<^ Rnv. Clyd(« I AHH I JI and win:, Calvin, will leave tomorrow for Chicago to attend the International Convention of the Dlsclplea of Christ to be held at the Nodinah Temple. They will return home Thursday. Mrs. Lloyd E. Stockdale and Hn. Selby Broms left early this morning for Des Moines where Mrs. Stockdale attended the annual board meeting of the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults. They expect to return home tonight.. Mrs. Oliver Laninno In home tonight from Minneapolis where she has visited since Thursday at the home of her slater. She also attended the wedding of her nephew while In the city. Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Langmo will drive to Charles City whore they will visit the Stanley Langmo family. At Holy FanUly Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bonnlck)i«>n of RIngsted are parents of a son born yesterday. nouglBM Naao of Graettlnger was admitted yesterday for surgery. Mrs. Amos Ilouge of Okobotl entered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Hrrs. IVttltiT Orems of Esther vllle was admitted yesterday for surgery. Martin Sanipwon of F^thenille entered the hospital yesterday for surgery. Mrs. Juck Rqblnson of Esther. ville was admitted yesterday for medical care. Miss Stena llyrup of EHther ^ille was admitted yesterday for medical care_ Mr. nnd Mra. Lawrenrf> R4>tn «Hch. of Esthervllle are parents of a son born yesterday. DbunlsHalN yewterday were Mrc. Bryon Rolfson and baby girl of Oraetinger; Lester Perkins of Emmetsburg, surgical treatment; Arlene Langfeldt of Superior, surgery; Douglaa Jensen of Esthervllle. medical; Galen Baker of Ksthor- ville, medical; Richard NeppI of Esthervllle, medical; Mrs, Hannah Spears of Swea City, medical; Mrs. Henry De Ijiwj-er of RIngsted, medical. Piirse-Snatclier Makes Mistake; Figlils Woman Des Moines, May 17 '-JPt A purse-snatcher whose woman victim dared him to "come back and fight" was In jail today because he took her up on the challenge. Mary E. Anderson, 23, was out for a walk last night when a young man grabbed her pursu. As he sprinted away, she called out: "Come back and fight, you coward." The man returned and began scuffling with'Miss Anderson. She knocked him down and then screamed. Three men In the neighborhood came to her - rescue and helped capture the man. When arrested the man gave his name to police as Richard Merrill, 2S. , Asked how she got up nerve to challenge the would-be thief, Mlsa Anderson replied: "I Just got paid and I couldn't lot him got away with my money." It Is believed that the Portu gese Introduced banana plants into the Canary Islands after M02 and that the plants were carried from the Canaries to the New World. The Weather OFFICIAL TK>IPKRATVHEH Maximum yesterday: 60 Minimum last night: 43 TODAY'S WKATIIKR 8 a. m. Noon Temperatures: 52 63 Wind, direction: NE N Wind, velocity: 14 12 Barometer: 29.79 29.92 IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy north, mostly cloudy south this afternoon, tonight and Sunday, Occasional showers extreme southeast portion tonight Little change In temperature, highs this afternoon 00 to 60, lows to- niKht 42 to 48. fUgh Sunday 54 to 62. ITurther outlook: Monday mostly cloudy, little change In temperature. Scattered showers moYinv Into south and west portions. MINKK80TA FOBBCAOT Partly cloudy with Uttle change In temperature tonight and Sunday. Scatteiid light frost in north and eentra] portions tonight. Low tonight 2S to S4 north, 36 to 42 south. High aunday U to M. iMillioii-Doliar Firr Riirn.*i Oiil i.Vl C.orpii.s (!liri.>^(i Snrj \t .t all litK'h! tn <-i!^ Wan •xtiniiiiHri- .1 nh.utly itUr *\!\\\n Xiu\.~i\ Kkrriii. n l"i:u\ to'Nnk' up th-it i ttll^^ill-*? • 1 >v '.uh s \|f f... , .< til' ( t>\ it. pi 1 \ 111^- i' . r .'v \ L «n ' ' •• ttliU V\\i> i\iin«h-«l 'Uti .uwS loun 'N of f.^nmUr in fi\. ^ ilUm Til' ftt<' tl.Mi ^uii; tn. , v tHlhrr \«!r. I.ma, Ihiltv .Nrn^ FHdtt). May IB, IBM S .»'-•! f.'ui i'-n fir^'Tiifn With tt:<r foiiniiT.', whi.-h It* liilhor of 1.H .s..rk<» IMvom* •li >. i'.:m init >>r th-it hnm^ SD>t - • .111 <•. ii lum .• with a IP r\»ni-nt ' Tht'v wer# !.i u 1! .1 I in « 19'; T tn rvutnKiuo, (Dully Nt'WH phulo ami engiiivlnK* ai .M RKlLAXn I .S l-iiOTOtiltAI 'llKI) ii.s he l.nv. , M:iillrit; blocks in a pi. Unihiaiy hint uf tin- 180 >artl low luirdles whiib Reuland won in 22:! He .•iml Neil MiiKirniaii wiicid ii r.iil lisdl.- In thi' finalK. Hii(;iiniun nlppinK lliiiliinci liv Ineln s in » n-oiinl smashing iiiri-. SoM' Farrowinfjs Takf Drop ill April De.s Moines, .May IT Sow farrowlngs In lowix on Jowafninis during April totaled about 810,0<.>0 head, or 12 per cent leHS than in the same month a year ago, the lowa crop and llveslnrk leportUu service said today. The service said farrowlngs in April, lt>51. tolal.-d it21,000 head, and the ltt<l-BO ten-year iivi-iiiKe for April was 112.1,000 head. Farrowing for the Deoi'mber to April period this year totaled an estimated 1,436.000 head, eompa'ed wth l,7S6.0O0 In a Himllur period a year earlier and thi' ten-year aver age of 1,491,000, the iiervlee reported. "Ht'II-for-Lcallitr" GOP Campaifrn Albuquerque, May 17 lyVi (Juy O Oabriulson, GOP national chairman, has called-on republicans to wage a '.'heil-for-h-atlier eaiiipnign thia summer and fall." Speaking at .a . rally for New Mexico party membcis last night, he prescribed this course "rrgard- less of what the polls say. or who the democrats' nominate, or who wo nominate." "t,et It never be Hiild again that the Ropubllean party has nucci'id- ed In s;iatchlng defeat froni lln' jaws of victory," Gabrlflson uri,'i<l. Search for IMasoii Qty Schoolgirl Mason City, la.. May 17 /\^ Police u'cre asked to<lay to old In tlu' search for Marjorle Loiil.se Smllli. 14-year-old Mason f'lty seboolglrl. The girl last was seen iiboiit 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon n 'hi 'H she left her home to return In school. She was wearing a yellow •hortcoat and blue Jeans. She Is a blonde, S feel 3 Inches tall and \vv\- ghlng about 120 pounds. I *nblish<'rs Arc r 'iUTd nilli (]osl Squeeze Ni'w Yolk. Miiy 1* i.T' Kiiem with aniitliir tlCVii ton boont In Ib- price of Canadian nevvninlni 111.' Nieond sueh Ineiensc In li's,4 than a year Aniri (ran newxpaper piit>- lIxherH rind tbi-mselven In un In <ii-aslnnly dlfflriilt rout KqiiiMie In getting out vciur 'liilly paper. The Inti'Ht ln<iea!ii> Un HebeUiil eti to lake t-ffeot June 1ft Is ex proicd to add more than AO mllltoi) dollarn a yi-ar to eosts of ptiblixh lug In this eoiinlry. ,NfWnpi Int. till' paper that newm pnp<-rH lire printed on, areuunts for up to S<) Jiei rent of tin- <i,\pense if Ci'lting nut « lilg nietropuUInn iliiUy. KIguiIng In the new $10, in rrease, tlH' prii'i' of newxprlnt nine" V- liny hiiH ellnibrd IIi2 p<'i <i'ni It bun giini' up more than 20U pi'i ei'itt nlnee Ibi' ^;reut depietfuion. Home publlshi'i'N piedirt that th" higher costs will ini'Vlliibly lead I 'l further Increasi'N In .idverdsln^ and suliMcrlpllon rati-s already near or past the xntiiratlun point in till- opinion of many Others siiy tlu> si.'iioy trend toward fcwi'r and liiiger newiipHporn. toward nierui'iH iinil conMnllilatloni", will gMtlit'r new foirr, Kxpi'i'tlltiofiji lire that an Ineri^aslng numlur or newspapers may bf put out of bus I ness. Hfoks Mart' FI CICM I iMon<>y Waslilngtun A' An ndilltlomil $25 million for flood control work In the hiird-hit upper MlHsoiirl, upper MlHHlnKlppI and Red river ba- K I IIH has bi'en ri'<|Uesti'd by I'renl- dent Truman for use liy the army engineers In llie euirent fiscal year ending June .10. Truman also asked congress for an extra J20 mllllun for soil ciinser\'atlon work. .More than 60 per cent of North Ciirollna's land Is In farms. Sppcial Ffi/iir RYTEX-HYLITED INFORMALS CKNl'lNK HVTKX HYI.ITKK WITH YOl'll NAMK KM) Iiiformnis .ind liHl Knvfl (»|H 's | ^35 .SiiuHiih, hi'nv\-ii .lifbl. Wlille, pnn.-|. .1 Infommln wdb voui Nnni.' RYTKX llYI.ITKn . Kinl..««.-.l i In lllm k Ink In H.iliil i.fHbn.lnl Hlo. k l.-H.-imK l-'or thank vmui, Infoininl liiUlHtloni. Kirt ,nii>Mui<-« iin.l liilef tn. i-iinKeii Estlwr^'illc Daily ISoivs MAIL fmni ':u cot'pn.s- KSTIIKItVII.I .i: D.MI.V NKUS I'll IIH.. plite.- my or.l. r Im . IIYTKN MYMT KIi INKOUMAl.H at H H.-i n l.ox |.!liii..l in [ ] MI IH W. ..i [ I Kriipl 1. lilt ink' »» tolliiw. .Niintt on Inroitnitlt Ol.lei III In .Htleet Cllv HIjiti [•"] CliiirK.' f ] <'..«h Kn. liMi.il No T O D • Write iiililltiimiil null I» no i>. pfiriit. »h,, t of (Hiiier To The Bride To Be You've spent many happy houi-s In ninkinK plans and choosinB ulth care for this — tho most wonderful moment of your life. ... and when it comes to the announcements and invitations, we'd like to have you know, that we at the Daily Ncw.s will take the greatest of care in the printing of YOUR wedding stationery. yjtfljwWUe Pally Njfto^.
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