Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 7, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

Estherville, Iowa
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Saturday, June 7, 1952
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r ^on t gamble with fire - ^fcyfs OT agoin«t youl KEB>MAW AVVWFROM <!H|IPREN r Avoid dariRorous and costly fii-ps by takiiiR adequate precautions against fires. Don't let children play with matches and check your electrical wiring to see if it is safe. And be .sure to protect yourself in case fire does .strike your property. Insure yourself adequately with our low cost fire insurance. L. E. Stockdale John M. Stockdale Phone 60 jCprM tot DAp..roAiT Of iHi fAirr Shop at Lo.ulhold- Tibhctts for Tlie perfecf gift., -for • Sport Shirts • Tics • Dress Shirts • Slacks • Ja<!k«>(s • Hats • Swim Suits • Socks • Suits • B«lt.s • T-Shirfs LEUTHOLD- TWBEnS CO. "The Store for Men" Exciting Evening Gowns Are New Spectacular evening: pouns from the mid-.soason collections in Paris include this dress (left) •with "corset bodice" by Jean Dcsscs. Black tulle is combined with cerise talTeta, with the latter worked into the tlphfly-swathed bodice The taffeta is used for a sueepinR panel-train. Velvet is important in the mid-season collections. Jacques I'ath uses it (rislil) lor a strapless evening gown of white lace with giant how and streamers in \'elvet covering dress front, lirief bolero emphasizes a daring decollete, is worn with long black velvet gloves.—Bv Kosctte ifargrovc, NEA Staff Correspond!enU OIT O.V STKIKi:. Pi,.k,.t.s nt Unit.,1 Stnt,.., .Sir,.) CIO PRRSIDENT Phil.Aawrny cniL „n6t 'l, cowpany In r,.wy, 1ml., r.\tcn<l arms to h .-iK initos .strike. from untiTiiiK mill. I 'icUit lini 'K foimi'd iifler IKKS H.\('K l.\ I. .S. hou-.i l:lkc -.s .^.illlti- a.s h ncnrnil nwijjht El.spn- airiviMl ill WiiHliinKlun (D. C.) jiirpoi -l Hltor (ils rcti;rn from Europo. At li'lt an; ri'iativcs iind frlond.s of tho Eisonhowors. WOilKKH IWnnCKOl" TUK VKAU . ChilBlophor Zlcffler, B2, of Avon l.iik(',,0., liiiH r <MiN (jn to «mlU' pioudly UM hU wlfo, Eileen, uiaki 'B n "flnii 'l m.-ipc'clidn" hrforr hr IcavcH foi' a Boy Scout m (H <t- luK Willi hiH nun, imvid. i;i. lm« hfcii iiimu'd iiH "Workur Father of the Yi'iii" liy llii Niitloniil Kiithi'i 'H Uiiy Commltteo. Zli'Kli'V ia ^ stock -chiiHi 'r for a I nick nailer manufacturlnn concern, li'atlior 's Uuy will bu obBcrvuU tUla yiiir on Juiio 1&. KrCIIAllISTIC AIIQUAU Tho commcmorutlvc mcdul, nbovo, has bKcn Issued to mark^' Qt> Bcrvanco of the 35th Inlernu- lloniil Euchnristlo Congreaa, which' WHS hold In Barcelona, Spain. ObviMBo of thq medal, lop, boars a portrait' of Popo Plus XII, and tho roverso, bottom, la Inscribed with words and music of a hymn. It was Iho fivBt IntornaUonal Euchar- ' Islic Contiross to be hold In U ^•Bftrs, ^ I1XING HEll CROWN. The Statue of Froedom, atop the U. S. Capitol in \Va.shins1on, will h.ivo her crown touched up. StPf 'pIejack Jack Mathi.n i.s about to remove platinum liffhtninB arre.stor.s from the crown for replatlnp. "LION" KO.VnS AGAIN. Rudolfo Graziani, above, one-tinip Italian Viceroy for Africa, who WM.s called Mus.solinl'.s "Lion of Afiica," helped to spark the ro.surKonco of tho noo-FaaclHt party, tho RiKht-WinR M.S.I., which made slRnificant gains in Iho recent Italian elections. Giaziani, who recently com- I)leU;d servlnf,' a .sontonco Im- pcsod by an Italian . Military Tribunal for collaboration with thi: Germans, spoke before on- thu.siastic rallies of his parly. C.VIISES COIMMOTION. Buddy Hyor, 14, Krin.s sheepishly as he shows off "Mohawk" haircut which led to dismissal from Howo HiRh school in Indianapolis, Ind. Buddy said bo pattornod tho hair stylo after an Indian wrestler ho saw on lolevlsion. Teachers said it caused commotion to which Buddy replied "it's no slranfj- er than a woman's pony hairdo." SIIIVKRS FOR IKK. Nino- loon - yeur - old Pat Shlvora, luughtor of Mayor Shivers of Ablluno, Kan;, advertises her political aentlmonts by wearing "I LIko Iko" banner over her swim suit ns ahe goes about her Job here. PM ia a lifeguard at town awlmmlni; jiDol in Al>ilone, trSETTlNG KM'KBIKNCK. B<-wlldered and embarrassed, this usually-importurhablo puardsman of the Royal Horse Guards reaches for his helmet after hoinfr unseated during a full-dress rehearsal of tho Troopinp of tho Colors' In London. The spirited horse had no rogard for ceremony, and spilled a policeman who tried to place him under control. GIVKS STBIKE ORDER. CIO President Phil Murray gives strike order o%'or tolephono in Plltsbursh, Pa., within an hour after tho U. S. Suiiromo Court voided the seizure of. tho stool mills. With Murray i.s Vice President .James G. Thimmes. BE.'MOVE UK» FLAG. While bayonet-wleldlnfr UN combat veterans and.Rod PO\V.s look on. Con. Patton tank smashps fias polo flying Communist banner In defiance of UN authority In Koje Island, Korea. l *^llH ;rviUc. lona, Daily Ncwtt Sat., Jnne 7, 1952 6 RBCBiyeS'MILITARY HONORS. Gen. Dwlght Elsenhower ro- Pftvea mllttavy'hpporj he left the Pentagon In Washington for the last tlmo In military uniform, following hla press conference there, Stanaing with him. la Defense Secretary Robor^ i:,.ovott. RIGHT ON PITCH Engines that sing off key snap right back on pitch again when they'i'e given a thorough tune-Up by our skilled mechanics! We check vital parts thoroughly for weir and tear . . . take steps to save you costly repair jobs. Start saving money . . . see us soon. moTORinn Pbone 124 114 S. 6th St. OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Jewelry The Cuff Links to match his every suit. $1.25 and up Men's Rings diamond, blrthstonis or initial- Ronson arnd Parker "Flamlnaire" Cigarette Lighters Bopne Jewelry Gardston Building Phone 1600

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