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Final Week of Campaigning Wolves Close Season with Win, 6-5 Hy KOHKIIT IIOC.AN. I Di 'a Moiiii s I ini 'Ai - Tlinsi: Inw uho inji., politics Hiiil ;i:irl'(iiiiii ly .'lii-!i(in riuii|i.-ii(; ns uill li.' in for un intiigiiiiiK week MS tlir rnmlitJ.ili s for |" - •itical ot'fici' mnl<i' tlioir l.\st SIMIHI hcfcito Ilii' ,fimi' 2 prlmnrics. All the stops will pulled this wi'rk a.« contcKl- nnts for nonilnntion to clcctivi' orilci' innld r\iiy effort to •• SPH" fh<>msclv.\s to lli.' vutinn piililii' Hi' ougll ovory oonci ivablr mciliiini ol puMic ixpi... slon. They'll pull lots of iii'w tiicUs .iiul lots of olii ones to gi'l tlicii i,.imc into print, mi 111.' i;iilio. anil on the TV scM'i'ii Kcnnpth A. EVMHS. OUC ol tln' thit'e .•.•imlicliiti's for the OOP nominnlion for jjovi iiioi, .iilds a MI\ wrlnklo with his iiliinnrd tour of KCJMIC ISO litics .•uul towns by hcllcoiiti'i. The riiirht will \H- an atlentloi, KcttiM- and, Evans hopes, a vole-f;e| lei. ITs the llrst time a candidnto for offi<'e has us. d su.a a \.-)iicl.> to obtain volis in loua RUMOU HAS IT that his two opja. William S. Beardsloy and \V_ IT. Xidvla inp overtiii.'S to aviati.-n < onii 'ana , \' ii in rain-niakinp operati.m.s ;n ^J. .ffi.:' t (hp holicnpt. r flikht. a I .• n. nt s. (;(.\ Mi.al-: r.i.'.lil'.- Aid. n S. Dfi'ad Pcid-. r - ;M lown histoiii.-il :NiT -r.--;•• . : .-.i ; that has I-.-, ;• :r. : • "J •. • in the Deu.i :•a^•..^ : :•:> L-r. Thi- chop I • :- ..d • • i-n, Mullon rxr..'. • r • An:-ri. flow.^r. Pr;^^ ^ •- A • rr. i:; of "^Vhy • d • ; -• lamp. Ale-r. :'r n-. ' ~. n: :• .-. j •> to repiesent M;:e~ ,-.i:-r. .-. ,^k::;; Icn's hand. H. . k-- : r .-.rr.-::' :r^'' lip witli :ii.' tiri 'ir.d '.h- f •o.': . r. Doud. l.y can. r.r. - -Kir..; .lomin/iti.-.n for r^-.n?-.' •. • r-. : THK DIRKf T-MAIl, AI'l'KOA* II politirs in u his; way ;.hi.^ ...-.r I; !,, til. I l)..pp.a !•• P»t-<ll.'.i r. ^!a•.• .!..! n Aiil-a I'-.h.hn na:i.. iv,a - ..•id 1 r.-i .a •ounfi own Kail.-, I'Ms-, \\ rller ii;()l' .•'•h. I n.ilii. iai KKi' Th.' h.aili|\i.i 111'rs ..f n.',nd;-l..,. . KvAuy .ami .N'i.-li.ilas hav.' la. n l.l.aiili.a iUK 'hi' .'l.-it.' Willi canipaii;n lli.'ralui This u.'il! siieii .'fforts will rene'.i a iiMunlainou.s peal! 1(11 :\H a ra.idid/ile once .•••.lid, there's no sadder slf;ht .aft.! .'li'i'li. n day than a e.anipaifrn head(|uai • li'is .-till lill.d \\illi eanipait;n iii.al.'i ial. tine or;;ani/.;ilion is i;i\'ini.: an (inusii.al tn'isl 10 •h. h.'elii' c'.iiil.';as. II is sendini; .nil l.lti-rs uit;in..' la.pilhlicaas to vol.' for Xieholas for, ijovernor an.I Leo Elthoii of Ki.rllle lor li.'iil.'n.anl-KoviTnor. The IWo nun. to put it iiiildly. ar.'n't politiiiil fiiiiids. Th.' Towa Tenip.rane.' Le.a>,'iie lias col tin inio thn .ae( too Aft.I i.-.sul'ir -A mild slat.-ni.nt .nd'nsint; H.'ards- l.'> and Xieliol.'is and passinj; lifjlitly ov.'i Kvar.s. III.. i;.'V. /;.!..Ill (' Calklni,'. i.'a.mie ehairnian. e.mn- olil s'lltdl'.- f.ir P.eardsl.'V and just as solidly a^.ainst K\ans .'<aid ilw ihaiiin.an: •-nil: i.i .Afirr: is STRO.\<;L\ oppos.'d t.i th.. .andid.acy nl Mi lOvans beeau-a- ..f th.- liaiidlinK of f- nip. ran..• lalN' in fin- .^.ii.ar.' uiiii." iie \\-:ts li.'iit.'n- .aiii-ei.v. I ii.pi .111.1 1.fails.' ..f tM.s pi.s.nt stand, a.- r. p.'11.(1 111 th. pi.'.-s. ..n liijU.'i'h.\-th<'-iii:nk. tTIo' leat;ii.'' f ..niiiu r.d.s (;ov.in..i il.'.-ii.lsl. .\- f-a hi i ^TM.iiL' p.'sitK.n ..n law .nfoic. nnnl and his jias' 1.1.'id in 111 fi-td of l.nip.'iane.'" Th' mc'U]. also is opp.isinj; HiTschel I,o\','l. • Ml!inr\a. I' ino.r.iti.' . .in.iidrite f.-i ^f)\. rn-.i fa-.'.ii.^ li.Hi .ir -l.\-'ln-dnnk. ami favoi,.: Oliia W.' IXA' !'.-,-• .'|iOon. ni in th" f'ni.'ffati. [.riniai.-. A' i"'d;'i Ilai'Kj.-. I,-....! .M.inda.\- ni:.'lit a,I a na'tin;.- •ili.nd'd !'>• ai! r'\-.' ean.lidat.- ^<": >:'i\-' i nor }:I\'ans d.rlai. d•I r,,n h'ui-iaTiir. -'..vc; not P}<ty (lawc With Only ^liyhl Men I .ion pj'.-'ii t.. li'iiKii-h-.-th.-di ink .^;a ukl l-a....a .-arh .a ril.'.i..--ar •'• "aaj .^lf.'i) !h" t.il) • !ia ^a:;:• n,' • ::nj. ^aid at.'!.-' I.aal v.. ul.j i!'n.\- til .jij.'i "''.-I'l]' pif,m"iinL' Ti.. '-•ai • :r.'.; -s of wh . t; in ;f Ih, I I. arc i'r. ;. .•.-':. * >,i-a. r. Tw^., Ma\ 2:. 1952 HV .lA.MKS rilAI .STUOM Th.' Wolvi'S Won tlulr tinnl niiiue «( til.' s.'ii.Moii III K(if.'lo Clove y.'» teida.N. li-fi, in a K'lnie that was al most mil played. The WolveH started I he jjatiK' with only el ^hl nun and playi 'd thai way tint II I he sl .\lh inning; of the Heven -innin.i; K"!'*''. Till' I .'iison for this wa.s thai one of the ears luid lidilhJe and wa.'i kilo Cettinu tlwri'. The slarllUK lineup of thi' Wolves had only two re);ii- lars in tlii 'ir usual |io.sltlons. .Ilm Callian and Tom Duffy al first anil third l.ase were playiUK their ae- ciistono 'd )ilaei's. Cliff Peti'ison the ri'KUliir eenli'i' fi.'lder was placed heliind the plale in 111.' absence of Koh HiiiKer. Martin Ko(.'aity liail to pitch Ills second ^anie in titrc days heeainie K.n .Mailman, wiio was .scheduled to hurl also v/as in tlie missing car. Chuck I'emhI.' and Dick I'1J;KOII, t\eo infi .'ld 'is w.'i'e anionit 111'' mi.'^sint; so Don Ki 'ed look ovi'r I hi' .^hort.'^top position and Dick Iverson filled in al second lia .se. The 'aitfi'-.l c.an.~istetl of .laclt Oales in left e.'nter fii'lil and .Slan Thonisen in liL'h' e.'nter field. TIIK Wni.VK.S started the ,» <,r- in,, b;. I.', ttinu' two runs in the top lialf of :h.' first inning. Callian led off an.I .~tiuek out but Duffy follow..! and hit a double to il;;lit fii-iti FoL'aily was hit hy the pit- ch-r and }'.e. <1 walked to fill the bas. ... !-'.t.ison hrouk'ht two runs r.i.n.- witii a sinKl.'. advancing,'! P.'•"o third tias.'. Hei .d scored 'J.-, ;•. ..-or..s u'lound out and P..ter- .-..r. - r'd on Oate.s' sint'le. Thorii- .-' n -Aaiki -d to place runners on a.'..: >. et /r.d but Calhan rroun- •:. •! .-r.'i the innini-'. f',r : •• VIA on.' run ^.ac^[ in tSlheiMlle t '.iltiriii. M> U>ilf,>, ,Hh l»i:i>rl.\, |> ICi >«tl, -.s rcleiHiMi, c IkOl -NIIII, •"• Oiites, II riliiiiiM 'ii, rl I'enihle. cl Tolals I'liiKle (irine '.'I. Miiillsiiii, III, W llson. :ili lliiuell, -IS Ciirler, |i. III Ura/ee. rf ri -lee -Hoii. I 'f Aiiilefsoii, e 'reKtliMil, It all 0 0 I'lilals .'M li •,;i 9 .Siitniiiiiry: Krnirs, .Madison, Anderson, Carter. ISced Diif- I}, relcrsoii I 'OK 'iiny; KBI, <'. I'lliiynii 'J, iMTsoii, Oal*"., rdcrsoii; '^U Duffy, Carter, reliTsoii; .'lit. Mart.>: .SH, Iverson Oales, relerson. .\Iart.v, W'llsiiii, Ura/.ce, relerson. Tesliiiid: Pli, Peterson 'i, .-Xnder- Kiiii •;; HH. I'li^'arty I, Carter 3. .>JH<IKOH ,1; SO. J ovarty |i>. Carter 1. .Madison .-1: Left! H— llier\lile ,-). Kaijle (.rine H. UiMiiiiii; [lili'her. l -0 !,'art\ (l -4i. I .osiiii; pitcher. Carter. ill.' and ,•. 1 rlpl. tr;' r. ...I. Tlle pla'.a r '.h.-j foi i,'"! lo t.iu.il !ir^*. Callian . ill.il for th' (he pot .1(1' 'i'h'. 'I di 'i 'p n^rbi ii''l(i w::;; Sun fielilin;.- ii.. ba" Iv.'i .-.on .'. i;a 1' !.a;. • -i who ca'i.ii,' r:y.- roiin.i.(i '.ard •_a^ Lst Jar r^%.:-:.r:i.^^.'L s»f *J; *'I'tuiiM.t. .: »,'.14.N j; -i; JuL-r-.n . <:,* :*-L.' I* r.r s .tui» J-, ii; •..i:.*f.Dt l.lf.'u- t:: iX--.'r? 'jli* r.zL !a -..r.-Jit > :; '.jr^ ai'.«i« •-CJ»- I:.'.T -.r • 1'' nf. : •-•I.' i, * »i ;i Ej-inila i' 1.1 Hi '-iinla 1.1 ': VIA on. •af •he fir.st ; .'.'• :a.Ht of th' ''.••n '••ft.'"'. :i ".T,.r,v In th.- •;rjl.-- a .'li- ba' rm. «oLVKs •i I.: T. nd ii-ri second, p .'i .-s'd •h.. :';n .-. 'ond • allov.-- ^ I-. -r. I)i\Ia<i<iio and Knni.s Hold Battinif Lead.* Er.r..' ••.-^ ;e.^l.; :.is: fiv--f.---S cut -. - 3.-.-,ok- , i^.-jj-. A.T.-.-. ::i* i •rr-i. A^i>'f:i.-,'n. • •"»'i5t ij;; ..'aua-fl. .• u-..il,u ••.'S--::-'..11ur-. .tr.Ti-a bal -aa^i-:: \ .:. a b~-".x---: iiim. H. --.iuj» <,:.'i -.^uu Vjf. Events Calendar Tonight B. r. O. Elks. Regular iiieetira- tt'ednesday .Sewinjt Cirrle of Inunairuel LuUj»-niii f %ur<'ti 1:30 p. :r;. At • b. ..;u-. , ment. Dresi.e. t,...i;r !i Peoplp'f Hon.' i: •:.u'..i IIotiKewifc Help»-r I. Club of I >olli «er. Afternoon A*, O'-TI.. ' -•'•( nold .Saba. J-'a i... •,•.'•• • ' of date. KstheiTllle To -HiiKlop Clui. 2:30 p. :r.' •.•..•.•.' '. • y-. LiUand. Mr' H'- '. ; •; p hoitte.ss. Br:! i !,•_ ;>•• Si'rvlci 'Dien's Jirii.j- Svuut 7:00 p !i- . • men's < :•••... • • • oriul da>' KniRhtii oJ <<dujiiiiu> 8 p. ni. 'ai'.: i for K. C > a-c '.• served. Sup»Tlor C^-;n•-t>-r.^ As.j.'atui. Will m<< ; o.'; 7 • . • . instead of ' r.. ',' r • . Mrs. Esta J-ao,,-• Gruver I'resli.itenai; Lttdies l.eaKUi-. 2:30 p. Ill A' •! I • .' • tiOHH, MiK .'^ Vj' • • ; . loader, .Mr - !/• - Ajnerlcuns, " . . • CHBOB, Mr.- J-','.. ' , • , Mrs. NelH Kai';. North Htar lyidce N., tc A.F. & A. M. 7:00 p. ni. 'Iliii-i ...; '. Knights of PyUilai,. 8 p. m. Hi'jjulai ir Fridux Servlcemen'ii MrinK •squsu'] 6:30 a. ni .M .i' a? men's club Dn ' - • khakis. Knii^tw of I'jthUs. 10 a. m. Mei-i at '.. Homorial Day nervie. Hi' ^ orid as Hornc •''-'.1 '. V. H >I .4.'; ,V/i ->-'*^ .."SI ..••;2;5 Now Showing HPH:?:9?M5 '•11 1 V, i;r' About < to 6 per •water is salt. r-.-nl 111 Showing Tonite and Wednesday WEBB FRANCIS • c. — ...^ BICKFORDIUNDIGAN--, f ourr First Run In Esfherville J'-WAtlOt'L».';C.M7E>" VJVftJiif ITHPfU'i 7M;i !«i7l »/iJM .>>H!! 4WWMtWML.«||>tTWrei-IKHH>l VIO IXINT Roland and Rulhven Meet In Tourney SKCOM) iiot'Nn r .\iRiN (;s Roland (14 -0) v.s Uuthvin (l.'-I) liuMHwhn (II-:.')'vs Calnmr if.'-«' Ma.son City. la., M;iy L'7 'A'- TiKht pitching.' enabled foui teiioji with onl.v tiiiee defeats anion: thetii to advanc. to i.j'U;;rit - ''e..'i .nd round of th-- Iowa h:,'!i -^.-''.'..'i t aseball touinani.-'r.t. In first round i;ani"s \ "st--: d:i.'.. Iloland. unii"f,.'at'.'d in ti ,iaK--. dropped New Shaion '> I i.'ai:o.'. its I'.'Cord uris'jih'.'.i ;a I'J '.•o.':^-->:s. .'nded fcTxira'-i :'-'ii:-t :•: 1:.:!:' "^li for th.' st.i;.; t:-:.. j-!: K la.i'.wi.l. , uilii an 11-2 i .'i ...ad. \^i^;;'i',u -"^ia- i quoki't:i li-I .ind Kvii.nen \ dumped W"st w , v : TUKKK-illT IMlCHI.Nt,. '.v.-r-' t:i.''n.-d ::i •> rl'^iaavi s ':a;-." Tiioin p.-un. Kin..an.. - ! N a M- .'s .ir.d Hu-T '.--ris B:;; \N':!;t'a„ Cai- a'lars r HMi :i;ii ...U'vl -i,-^ cut •:i.<n -;r;K-.„..: .:. :i'-..> .v;;n So L'..'.'»: 'V 1^ • •i". ...a^ o: • und. -..tc:. i.i .i ^ii; 'a .?*ar'. -IS :n ::r -i: :'-ar.w i;iu s v-ai •h" r' '.."•• vi •'•I'- iau>.et^ •'' io^.- Gianls Beat Dodtjers: (»<> Inlo Lead W 1. V:-. y-. Now V,' is .''I t'ivvX'..\ 1' (."hivvl,;'.' .•:i.* t> I.''r'v.".:oa t VI I? XI.' < ' I If ^. ., \ '> ii,* hit \:' K.--^- ':' ! ^ M !.(. Vi-.--i-a- ';'•! i L,-'^:.-- I N'-* ^-J..1 t. «!./oK',M,t : a:'.s. ...la,:! ij, .'l:i.;;ii ).i:.! <. i>»o!> .i lai.a- ail.... a. VV edii< a.Uii> s -.clli.'dtjjt.'; N ..• Y j; ,i i: Mioo.C;-n Si. Ljiias :ii, (.'hi,1^,.. ,'>:i..,n:i.i;i i:. PU.'.s.'JU 1 ijb. i.*iia, .,,1:11' ^v;hei.iuied. vMt-.KicvN 1. h:.vt.« 1.1; ,i;iii W ,-n.n„ '.Su^o.'a -•nici^o ' -'11. W JO I't 'J h'. ' .i.iy ^a--* r.. . -vaa.i.^ h.t •> M-|...'<. Tw-) •: ••i:'e a: lais ^i-.. MavjuoK ;;i its nu: ' T'j~ -Ti -.r.: :ir--. .n:-..ii^ .\;t. r :;'...il, . -f..-., .-: •.ri.r-i N ;'.s 'n-: only ri5< : !-:on a;- M:i ::i aatl.as. ROI..\>D^ VICTORS iiv r Nav .-^••t .ir .r: a.a:r ;:i-st aeC.'at :n L7 1 _" i.:r.' - a-r :n... ^-ournt.'a^si. I.iwa . r A The ?.a>:ii-ts put. rhe '/ictory ; .C: -> j.:nu!n;r ren natteis to trie : ;.r ax run-s m the fourt.*! in-| z:zi£ >n ::v.- .i.t^. •wo -irror-^. twa , •v:;,i pi-.r :-.e :j. --.vi, -v.-iikj and two ^ ~a,k .7. j •::.- penmi: ,'-i.Ta.'. Ruthvon j •:a.-:.i:.'-d .-:i.x hit.^ inr.i five runs, i •vr; .n the .<ei:i ;nii :ind thna; m the I : ,u.—.h. '.V,:^t '.VatiTiooH only run >:f U'r.itina cam.r m Che aixth, a h -^n 3rn:e Alexander doubled ! t.. : :;irr..- ."...me on .an infieid out ! Pel.. W:t 516 5M too AM L'Sl 11"'J ^loaday'-. ri->uHs: Hosloii 6, N .'W ti.k '. '.V:i..,iunL;toii I'hiladel- •.r.ai :. 'Jiiiv ^ani. s svrlToiUilcd. »t i-dnc -^lay's sj'tn'iliile; Chicago S-,. Lou,-. h>> troit at Cleveland. jTi.y ^.iiiii^s •'Cii'*.iuU;d. ,i..i,.i •2.i S -i j 71.J It's Tough All Over •'::r.-:r.r..i-;. It.iy 27 It's tougk t j i-^t p<,t.%:o -i3 in Cincinnati; too. Or.-; daat-trj-a-n restaurant stuck a ••.i-r. on ;u front •window, inviting " ..rcr .-i-r .'s 10 brir.sr in their own <ij:d the resta-jrant -.vould :r \r.nm to go with their Bill Bell Makes Bristol tans Forget .\eeeiai Bristol. Va.-Tenn., May 27 JP-This 'liLsebail -wacky town never tiiou^ht it would see the likes of rock.t Ron Necciai, the bullet-ball pitchintc phenoni who struck out 27 men in liurlinK a no-hitter. But si.s days after Neccia's departure from the class D Appalachian leaarue. folks hereabouts are ravinjt over a new hurling wonder --Bill Bell. The 18-year-oId achieved what is believed to be an all-time Minor league record last night ••vhen he turned in his second .successive no-hit performance. The 6 ft. 2 in. righthander twirled his first no-hitter last Thursday —the night after Necciai, who fanned 109 in 42 2-3 innings, pitched his last game for Bristol. Bell whiffed 17 and drove home the winning runs as the twins edged Kingsport, 1-0. Bell and Neccai both arc tabbed prize pitching pro.spects by front office officials of the parent Pittsburgh Pirates. S >'ttyrrtjt</'^ rfwlt*: CrAr.tAiitj •^r.T./:'- 7. fj'---./ .- y. V/'i/.nita 5. .r,.. Cry 4 fj'-l ICOi.Tr -x Auction of HOUSEHOLD GOODS A-s I am leaving town, I will sell the following iteni,s items at Public Auction on Thursday. May 29 — 1:30 p. m. at llOfi 2nd Ave. N. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Chrome Dinette Set Dining Room Suite, Table, 6 Chairs and Buffet 7 ft. Coronado Kefrigerator Davenport, Chair and End Table Two Smoke Stands, Coffee Table, Hassock Hollywood Bed, complete Simmons Bed, complete Extra B(!d, Springs Daybt'd Two Dres.st»rs and Chest of Drawers Burrough's Adding Machine Sewing Machine, good sewing condition Roaster and Ironing Board Dishes, Silverware, Pots and Pans, Fftiit Jars, Hall Tree, Odd Tables Beautiful Hand-painted Antique Game Picture Two-wheel Trailer Many other articles too numerous to mention. Mrs. Doris Fouts Iowa Trust Si SavlngH Bank, Chirk lit-ii Bwroi, Aiictloiiotir (.ycloiu's Walk (".olorailo lo in Ames. I.'i.. .May 27 i.'Pi Colorado "u;ilked" 111 a 10-0 Hi); Seven bane- ball \ieli'r\ over Iowa Sliile ye.'.-- Ieida.\. riir.'e I..n;i Stale pilcheiH Issued lli wiilks lo {•oloi:ido hatlera. The dt'feat endi-d I he Cyelones' cliance lo shall' seeoiid plac" In the league^ sl.indincs with NebrMskii. rol.^r:ido 211 0;!0 r20 10 7 1 I ,'V\ I stale nOl) 11ll Oil) 0 10 3 ^hiinbin Poll n iiiiil .Shirk; Duij- !VI'M- I J:\idell. Iiiir;;eKs and Bnkei. I'rge C'tilicge .^lerger S /.;v !\.i K.is. i.l'i Merger of \\';». \,N,-h ' ivdle;;e with Wl'Slniar 1 .%-AtAi-; I;i , lias been urged t'» the Kdiisa.s oonfcrenco of '.^.- S '.N ;ui);ilu-,il-liiiited Brethren c^'.ocb ti.'th i'ollei;es are church lO-.tUUtivMi'i wm. mi ...And the talk of the town is today's low price for a 816*52 DONE Outvalues them all for roominess; comiort, safety, visibility. Stop in today and see the '52 DODGE -the car buy of the year! THOMAS MOTORS 8th and Central Estherville, Iowa ; BlEA ^JWHlLE, V(C 16. PE- LAVeP IK4 PARK.ING Hie CAR... wow/ I'M aeWTV LATE J— POZ MS C7ATB WITH AKCH6K FOCUS/ TWO »UXK5 TO Twe PT-MtftB WiBieOT AMr OWE />NOEV CtlBNT./ AIX£V OOl ....BUSTED 7^^~^

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