Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 11, 1952 · Page 1
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Weather Forecast Continued hot, partly cloudy Thursday. High yesterday M, noon today 86. Full Weather Information Page 8 BT FAR THE LARGEST CITY. R IT B A L. TOTAL C I « C U L A T I O X I y K .M .%! K T C O P X T Y DtPARTKENT OF HfSl DCS MO INKS Year; No. 210 Combining the Vindicator & Republican Esther^Ue, Emmet County, loira, Wednesday, June 11. 1952 An Independent Newspaper Week sort Oupf S# JJBi/TBAINDjriCl, STOttM^ school,is well in ' prbgress'^^ith 4i studehts enrolled in two classes. Part rif tlie training requires maiiouyering the ,cai^ through a line of bpxes. Teacher of the six- fed POWS [urder 15 Prison Mates • (Daily I^ews photo and engraving) week course is Roger Atz (iaeated in the car) who is instructing Loyce Baumann in the above picture. Seated in the back seat are Mary Ann V«dder and her guest, Nancy, Sykcs of Albert Lea. * * * • • • • 45 Pupils Enrolled in Driver-Training Class Koje Island, Korea, Juno 11 (/P>— cimunist prisoners of war in ' und 77 murdered 15 fellow Pb^S in a night of terror,' then neekly surrendered to United Nations troops today for dispersal to •mailer stockades.' Aiqerican guards seized seven of e iconipound's leaders after the Rup had'been shifted. - The Red iJers'Vere put in isolation cells, ier Red prisoners in' a central rvjses ground - of the new cn- lire, then refused to retiirn to .compound but sullenly cow- id when a company of American ludps rushed up. A^leader of tough prlsori.^en 66— |l»9ldlhg 2.700 North Kjoroto o^fflcers *.i |S50/enlisted men—wai shown shambles of comjiound ..'76 •e thQ Reds ^resial^d -ati: PAlfi«Hcaiil ;uard8 8al4«lfc the days ithey heart} conslder- )te hammcrihg In 66, an iiidiQftlpn _ je POyrS were sha|(trig ^bctiafe Iwtiapons. 7 • ^ * • * • .AMERICAN paratroopers .found ight PO>V bodies stUl Oozing blood In a well in compound 77. Later a jilhth body doubled up' in ^iin» oil drum was discovered in tho same Five bodies were found in tren- itei^ and another in an abandoned ''ell.;--' •-. • . ,•• One victim's bands wore tied be- lind Ms back;Others ^ad boon eaten^and ropes were taut a^oiihd ielr necks. - ;;Tw;enty antl-Rcd prisoners scaled barbed wire fences during the ni- THey said Red leaders had laflixed to kill them.' ;^e 6,288,'North Koreans in the n^und were the third such bUip to bo dispersed to SOO^man Eompound^ in Brig. Gen.< H^don i, Bdatner's campaign for unbon- ested control over tha.POWS. TUB i ^400 REDS lii;eo;npoUnd . — first to be dispoiaml^^mught Savagely for. 2% hourk <i yesterday being subdued bydSO^tough opers from the'tdiTth oJr- rcombat teani. ssC; iiJ«''tft,. :,Thlrty-ono Reds were killed in lie fight. The army said seven ounded POWS had dt«d.; alncei .jostlng the death tonft<n3fc.'?»A ew, survey showed abiirut>d6(h:i)rl»-' fcners were wounded. -*aA v." . One American bled to death after eing stabbed by a crude - prison •tear. Fourteen other Americans injured, none seriously. ' THE CLEANING but of tho eh- sui^e yielded about 65 anti-ccim- Inlot prisoners who said the cuation bad saved their lives, .'WO POWS who escaped fr9in nMund 77 told stories of murd> .during tho night. ri ^o two prisoners led officer! to jit*.vwhere they said five men.dia- bpeared and a burning heap nere they said two bodies wore rled in oil drums 10 to 18 feettin- '"arid. • • v^!-;* IP Farm^m^ an J Mcilnes, June 11 <a »t-Ret»«b- farmers itrom Io*\^ and iijr- ilng states will m«Bt here and Saturday to cSnsJdbr'prb- for a 18S2 farm%lan1c i^P^ tied to tho resduUPA" f^!>9-< . of (ho OOP nWQW|J^«pr jR at Chicago n *rt mopfes W win beRrrBpee <!^2»V"''"' r ^seMloU'Friday b; Kopo of Ki^nsM, .., . inerobers of tbi Iturb coitamltiee and ^ exMutive director (tf national comnUJ .^paign dirobtor. H?« MoKlnley. ohalMWUi ,..R<iE«*»ji««> v^mm - i-iv/Q toy ' irfom "h« TOidweat; ^ Forty-five students Including adults have enrolled in the summer driving training school which is now in' progress- under sponsorship of the local school system. The school is broken up into two classes, with 22 students in the first six-week class from June 4 to July 11 and 23 in the second class from July 14 through 22. The. course begins with classroom discussion arid progresses to actual operation of a car ip a practice jirea and the downtown area. Roger A,tz, who ^eaded t|ie d,rlv^r training-course at 'Gruve'r during the past Bcliool .year, is in charge of the course herb. lie will move to 813 Central avenue in the near future. , • • ^; Lejisons in. operating.the car coa- slst of 'learning ;t9i,shlft while drl- •ving slo'wiy.'driving'wo«Wh- t >0 ^ep in staggered rows to. learn steering - ife-pareJlel .pajking. AJfter ;the "onM^gaiSprbficioncy in l!ri vlhg on the. pra^tioe.varea.. b(;hlnd the jtichobli^Aix Wi]} take them lo less- traVeled roads and finally to;the business section. . # * * A HIGHWAY patrolnjan from Spencer came to the school at the beginning 6t the class to give writ­ ten'and visual'tests as a preliminary to granting a learner's permit to drive. With the 60-day permit the student may drive' anywhere provided that'a licensed driver is also in the car. A group of two or three students, preferably friends, to make tho practice driver feeV more at ease, says Atz, show up according to an bourl/ driving , pchedule. Before passing the course, the student must satisfactorily meet requirements on a highway department chock-list. Purpose of the course is to acquaint students with what a car can do for them under controlled conditions rather than learning by experience. The car used Is dual-controlled so that Atz may assist with clutch and brake if necessary. It is furnished V)y 'Henaman Motor company. The city provides gasoline and the school system, the oU and grease jobs. * * • ENROLLED IN tho first «ix- week course are Loyco Baumann, Carol Berchenbriter, Fred Blake, Pat Brady, Martha Brunsklll, Phyllis Corbln, Vlrgjnla.Cox, Marlcne Frciermuth, <X)iane Gibbs. Shirley, :Gpd8», Don Hasbrook, Jiokie Hoff-' man, Ann McDonald; Joy M116ham, |.Pat RUbi»f^E»txabeth Bpb'^ffH^.Mar rfahe Sather, Myrha SlnipAini Sandra Strube, Mary Ann Vcdder, Marilyn Welton ^d Phyllis Wilkb. .Students beginning tho course July 14 will b& David Bringle, Bruce Brown, Donna Coyle,, Bobbettp Crawford, Betty Lou Farmer, Joyce Freed, Gayle Fuhrman, tiprret- ta Galvin, David Johnson, Calvlh Leeds, John Mlchaelson. Kay filler, Maxine Nelson, Julia Olson, Helen Payne, Mrs. John Rick, Mary Soholtes, Mary Lou Tabkett, Peggy Waldron, Kathy Wolr, Marilyn Weir, Dorothy Wobdyard and Ellen Woodyard. The course is free to Estherville students including this year's seniors. All others pay an entrance fee of $15. Seriously Injured in CollisioD Donald Mustard^ * 19, in Hospital Donald Mustard, 19, Esthorville, was seriously injured when tho car in which ho was riding collided with another car at a street Intersection near the Ringstcd school' house yesterday afternoon. Donald's Injuries wore listed by his physician-as cuts on the face, his right forearm fractured In two places, several fractured ribs and possible other injuries. The doctor reported that ho 'was in a state of moderate shock but somewhat Improved this morning. He is pro- ployed by ^helPliX office in Bt- thorville. Donald was thrown from his car, a convertible, when It collided with one driven by Harold Nelson of Lone Rock. In the car with Donald was his brother, Mclvin L. Mustard of 702 South 12th street Melvln was not Injured In tho accident. Riding In tho Nelson car and al so unhurt were Mrs. Nelson, Stepb en 1; David, 3; and Shirley Ann, 2; and Mr. and Mrs. F. Richards, all of Lone Rock. They were on their way to Ingham lake to go fishing. The IJclson car was traveling west and tho Mustard car was going north at the time of the accident. Tho right side and front of tho Mustard car was damaged and tho left side and front of the Nelson car. insider PUmP Wants To Find Out How Elks Got Whiskey pes Moinei.* Juno 11 TP —^The Du- jbuquct .county attorney wants tho attpcpj^y. general's office to find out how tlfe Elk^ club at Dubuque hap- pn^ to bo inposseasion of 12 cane;'^ .wtilsky bearing the Iowa seal when it was raided last Saturday night County Attorney John L. Duffy, in Des Moines for the annual con- ventipn of the Iowa State Bar association, said he planned to see Attorney General Robert L, Larson today and ask him tp investigate. The raid on the club was staged Willie thb Elks state convention was In progress at Dubuque. Whiskey, wine and liqueurs were seized. * * * DUFFY, WHO favors legalizing |ale of llqubr by the drink as a means of; enforcing the liquor laws, said in a, statement: "It is fplly tp expept that a cpun- ty a^ttornby cim enforce the Jaw whi^n 'Hire ccnsldbr.; tba 'notorious i-,-.. i^^therslatb pf Ww* ^hrougl? ii,^tate.,U4uqr cpinmissiop and Its i|tpre mahagbrs and critployes sells l^v^e qvia »»tiUw Of liquor for the purpose of re-sali)«" ' Duffy refused to comment on '^hb ordered tli^ raid, on the Elks club and would pot say whether it was state-dircbted, although a state agent took put ^ ^ R. W. HfSSffEMOALlH chief (of thft Iowa ttureau of inveatlgatlon, •aid' previottily. he knew noUUnK about it' and-ibe. state ayei\t ti^ltR tpok port mer^' happened '< to : J be lijfthat area; \'At Dubuque ytaterday Niok.Hen* fitt, ox a«rent for m mtK pl«iule4 ..,rui ).ty U> illegal powwMiinn o( )tquor>a)ut iTM fined «00. '' uy <Bdw»fd - MoDeimott^ .. .*|pr the, olub,. oiMiienliJ^ Iw ^tUM of ..the .Itquor <cei>«{il T»Id. Jock Kejpody. W, WiMUoK tnaMser. of ;tiie; Iwd l^itlwnd murried'wbeii otujjfgeB'OKatMt bim were diemiie- Prehistoric Whale Is Uncovered Los Angeles, Juno 11 (^—A whale that swam the seas 20 million yfears ago brought work to an abrupt halt at an e.xcavatloh site in the nearby Palos Verdes iillls. When workmen pick-axed into the monster's fossilized bones.yes­ terday they sent for Dr. Hlldegar- de Howard, chief curator of science at the Los • Angeles ' county museum. She identified the bones as belonging to a prehistoric whale— probably between 26 and 40 fcitt long. The find is interesting, she said, but not unusual for this area A piece of the skeleton—rthp tympanic bulla, or inner ear-was esnt to the Smithsonian institution in Washington for study. 200 Cooperative Directors at 3-Day Parley More than 200 directors of Iowa larm coo})eratlvcs registered for three-day' conference on financing prol)lcms which opened at the Tern plar Park hotel on Big Spirit lak'j Monday. This, the third, annual '•tatewide meeting of co-op directs jorB Is sponsored by thb Iowa Insti tut» bf Cbbporation, Iowa State cul lege >and the Omaha, Neb., Bank for Cooperatives. Ralph A. Olscn, Ellsworth, instt tute president opened the first session which dealt with co-op tax legislation, and speakers trom widely scattered sections of tho country will appear on tho pro grams which continuo through Wednesday. At the Monday night session, ox- tension of credit to members was listed as one of the most pressing current financial problems of Iowa farm cooperatives. Need for greater understanding of a co-op's problems by Its member patrons Is being stressed throughout tho meetings, and discussion groups are formed to delve into problems, faced by cooperatives throughout the state and nation. The 1662 meeting is the third such conference to be held annually. The conferences were initiated in 1960 and have been held at Templar Park each year since. Service Star Legion Meeting Opens ALASKA IIANDIWOKK IS Hhown to Alpha Jacobson by her slstor M TH . Lydtn Knhn Miinm-n who pioneered 27 years ago In AIniikii. Mm. Hanson has been affiliated with tho UnlviTHlly of Alaska')Slncq that tlmo. ami Imn wnlchrd Alaska grow as government - sponsored siHllcrs moved U>nlly N,<wii photo ami rnvravlnR) Ihvrp (lurlnK the ili 'iM -rmilon nn<l itrnM -d niTN'trr* liiM'Honni -l durlriR niul H I IHU - Worlil Wur II Url- ntlvos of Mr». H HUI<CII'« herv Alphn, Citcll anil Jacob Jncohson. Mm. Anilrrw Krlnvold, Mrs. JitnicM KuBii nnd Mrs. Art Konnvini. Patrolman Makes Sharp Deduction Des Moines, Juno il UP) —^A hatn sandwich found In tho possession of a man arrested for Intoxication, brought an additional charge 'Of begging. ' Police-patrolman Andy Buntz arrested Homer E. Welch, 66, yesterday and found a thick ham |and- wich In his possession. Buntc in his report said the sandwich was evidence Welch had been begging from homes. . . ' "No restaurant puts that much , ham In a sandvvlch," Buntz declar- |cd. staua SynM Hears Spiritual Talk .Dos Mii^il.Sluno 11 (/P)"Dr. 0» car O.^anion of Minnoapolts. prea- idont of the Augustana Luthoian church, dblivored a spiritual message to Its 02nd annual synod today but gavo no Aint as to how ho stands on a proposed merger of five big Lutheran church groups. AiUgustona will vote Friday on a resolution calling for continued negotiations toward union of the churches federated with the American Lutheran confercnco. * « M DR. BENSON said the course to bo token by the Augustana church has attracted the attention of the CHiisflAn world. Other than that ho merely said that "union of tho five bodies of tho American Luth eran cbnfercnce is an immediate alternative, and there are at icust two other possibilities." Dr. Benson said the churcn "must, decry provincialism, race prejudice and moral apathy" ami must bo willing to "cliallunKe mii terialtsm In Its every aspect." "Above all," he added, "it must not'pennit tho church to build itself strong financially by being silent concerning the sordid selftHli- nesB and Inhumanity of those wha would bribe it with their gifts. * * • THE SYNOD' PRESIDENT ex plained later he referred to weal thy members of local congrcgu. tlona who, through large contribu tlona, "attempt to use tho church for their own ends." Dr. Benson said that dishonesty in government and "unprccedcni ed corruptions in our own federal governinont" are duo to tlio conse quences pf.war and are worse than war Itself,"! Ex'Estherville Woman Is Pioneer of Alaska Jty UKKNiri-: NCMUMAaiKR r RHlhervlUc woman who have pnid off the govfrnmenl loan T. • ously injured wbea inj,^ collided with a mm ^Kniber^iUe waf mi}A which h« wai rtd- Ktofited yenterda]; arteraoon. tttmaiA ^ tImMm 'fro» the car by the force eftbe coUinloa. He WM talMo to tbe Holy Family.: boepitaU A form pioneered In AUeka for Z{ yoars doesn't t«'ilo*o Alaekn l< A'hard plnce In which to live. Even the cold weather 4 Q to 60 degraos below »cio, BH.VS Mrs. LydIa Knhn Htinsen of Knlrhanks, duosn't last mure tliiin R week. Mrs. Hunsnn has been vislilnu relullveB here the past week and will leave tomorrow to attend an ulumni dinner at lowa Stale college ut Allies. She will be one of the nluninl to reoolvo an award at he dinner. Leaving Fulrbnnk* May 24, Mrs, HanHcn and u friend drove dow.i the Alcnn highway and on to Mln- nenfiolin In nine day*. She arrived In K»tliervllle by bus ^Une 3. • * • Sill': UAH BKKN affiliated with with the University of Alaska since 1025, three yenrs after It was eB- tiihUHhed rive nilleH from Kalr- biiiikx. She first heudod the home i -eonomli 'M tleparlii^^nt ond in 1U2'I Joined Uie i^xtunnlun service o( the unlvei-sily. T'ri'viouH Iti this nhu Riiuiuiit< <l from KHihcrvlIln high Hebool iirut titughl in Kinmet county schooln. She leei'lved her bachelor of art" <Ii 'gr''e In 1»J(* und Ji«r m««itn','* degree In llt22. Kh« taught home economies ut lowa State coUeg". Ames for three years before nit" ond nnollier womnn went to Alim- ka for u trial period of a year "\Vi' fiiiied the climate," Mm Hiinhi-n eonflded. "Iiul M-n found It one of the moHl enjoyable (iHpeeta of AliLHkii. The winters un- long und eold but In the nurnmer, Miiy and June, It Is light all doy Krom 11 p. m to 1 a. m. the sun goeii b< low the horlJton but It jftrtlUn -i light and vigelutlon grows quickly. « e « KVK.V IN TIIK wintertlmi she continued, "there U something cozy about the durkneis. Dnytlni- ligitii but a few hours from Noveni ber through January but the «now Is bright and the stars «piifkle Even the cold doesn't lakt long, ulK>ut n week pel haps, but we dre»» for It "I've never thought Of Aluuku an hurd pliiCe (o live," says tho er<- ergellc woman- "Vi have most of tho convenlene** of the Htutvs. W' have two radio etfliinie- la^tFalr- banks which give ue tnMverihc«ti programs from (be rest of iht world. We have doctor*, dentist*, schuoln und churches and It Is only an ovvrnlKht trip hy plant Ui Seattle. When sho went to Alaska 27 jean) ago. FolrtjankJ ws« a Koxy town of 4 .000, said 'Mrs. Hansen. Now It Is an overcrowded clly of )2.000, many of .(hem. traaslcn(«. Not all of the city has waU.^ bm It has sewage. Many houses are of frame construction and w«II insulated, a few arc built of logs and "blocks and blocks of trailer bous es" can tm found evarywbero, shi said. Anchorage, about twice thi,< size bf Fairbanks, la a bit more modern, sb« said. a a • NAa, JIAMfUGN recalled tb« conttRg of many aattieis during the depreeaten daye. In UM about 3K )Q penioaa from Mkrblgyi and Wla- conain raceived government SO-yewr loana and moved to Uatanuakn vallay. Alaefca'a main ftrmlng ar to. Many of lb« origbiM satUera 1 by now. Since World War fT. many roade and airfields have bwn built and sixes of towns hnve doubled and tripled since llHi), Mrs. Ilannen said. And with the Inerenae In pop ulallun. Alaska hiut lost Home uf tta frontier hoapllullty. she said. Mom trnvel iind Iransporlntloii Is done liy plane imd automobile w (th bonis carrying the heai-y freight Tha ronds are In good eon ditlon. shn snld, and trnvel on them is heavy. On the wny to MInnenpo lis she and he.r companion met many cnrs and. s'.ie supposed, many were on iholr wny to Alaska to find sumuiur Jobs. « a « THKIIK IM A OOOl) deni of work to do in the nuDimer on eon slrucllon crew* nnil women, with n knowlodge of lyi >lt )K nnd nhort hand, nie nlwnyH In demand, she Kdld However, nhe advised, peiitoni: neekliig etiiployiiienl there to l )iive nome iinaurunce of a Job before going out. romniodlties hnve not been rn,- tloneil, "he HUliI, but perlnhnble* lire expeniilvc for tloy me lirougbt In by iilr freight In simiill vlllngeii H lit loird lo gel prrlnhikblec ut nil. she lidded. In the Interioi prmonH crow n variety of vegetnble* for their own one. Hhi! planted 17 varieties of root crops, |>e«», benna, cabbng'' ond other greens In ber giirden Ittfct >ejir. However, corn, wtit, i melonn, iiiipnriiguit. p <'.'irtijt« und noylieona will not grow there • • • TIIK K.XI'Kltl.MK.NTAI. utiillon of the unlvemlty recently developed Ktrnlns of ontH nnd potut 'ies udapt- ed to the soil und vllniat,* and much work In done on "oil nclenci roniiervatlun nnd n certified lod progrurn. tSonw truck fnrining I N done ni though not entMigb to meet the d«- innnd. "Muny perixjns have acre- Mgeii. " Raid Mrs. linnscn, "but also n itiudy Job beaideii" Commercial tirHUr.tra mu»l IMP W4 »O make up for the iihort •unimerii und null lunn the gnmut of ferlllUy from lnjtir to very goccl. I 'olaloeM «r tha. m <»ft ImportaBl ca»h cr'>p and dairy cnttia maet Important In llv< slock. Only tha milk bi nold and bultor and cbasae la tm (M ,r(«d. A few poultry and hog rani.hi'n exist but generally nre not profltabl/! becsuNv feed must be Imported and National Officers Are Here Reception Will rw> lonight Mr*. Ida B. Mottbar, natli •idrnt of the Service Star o( N«wcaAI^ Penn. and Ht etla Keller, aatlonal (rowmt Cincinnati, O, bave arrived te thervllle to taka part In (ba 1 annual stale conveAtloa of tba IJt» ganliatlon whieb openstf bare U |M noon with ragUtraUon of bMt4 m«mbar«. fottowed by r^M<*tM« of delegalM and vlaltora. Tbe ea|»> ventlon aaaamMed at tw« py M. with Mr*. T. B. Andsraoa. preeldaM of tho Bstharvitte ehaptar, prietdl Ing. F\>llaw1ng the preiiiaelaa(ri •nd advanca of color* etate and aia* tlonal officers oatertd and w«H» seated. Invocation waa gtvan by the tUte chaplain. Mra. liiuy Beb* nealock. a a • MA YOB DAN Howard «)(tt*4«4 a wctcoma to Bethtrvtlta tO *li af* fleers and d«l«gat «a. He w«a fi»l- lowiHl by Mm. M. B. Dieb. «b« OK' tended graating* frooa tbc bcetue chapter. Other patrtotle B>|>ali tlons extending •rasUnt* WMV U M Spanish American KncaiapinaM represented by Frad atanrt Si Ish American Aualltary. Mre> Story; D. A. It ebapter. llta.'^ Grnar. rvgant; Amerleaa Post. Ruaeell Read, eaou Amorican Laglon aualltary. Mr*. U Wlckernbein. prM (d «Btt V. W. r >o*t. Kenneth TboMSMm fMt* mander: V. P. W. iiii |gw. VR. Kdttb Mortenaoa. Un.WMmSi' ibn responded to tb*'f«Mli««a M Uia offtoara and «||let»t««, RepoHa Ottd ••biiWlilliilifc "tC standing a«M«lttMi mn i|VW> Turn to paga 4, caloma • followed by ttia r«tirlii« tlM 'i or* and adjournmeat A reception will be beld to*^ in tbe city hall audttortua at TsM p. m. a • • TOMOHROW momllig tba eeiH ventlon will asaambia ai Tb« program for tba mtnUag eaoalM Includea the preceeeiowei, adiraap* of colors, call to order by Mr *b Oay Nleholaon, stale praaldanti lawaaa* tlon. Stat* chaplain. Mra. Ma»y Bchnaalock; pledga to tbe United HIatra nag and reporta of atftUdtac committee*. Tbe reUrlai af tba colore and *pe«lal aiiiMUBceasaaU will precede the reeaea and noaa luncheon. In the afternoon after tba eaU to order by Mr*. NIobolaoa at U*» p. m., ritualistic work of laitlatMs will hf. presented by tba EatbartrtOa chapter. An, Hour of Kanattb* ranee wilt b« oiiaarvod wHU Mi*. Petv^r Klaaren and Mr*. Ooml O. Warner taking part IR tha i Mr*, c. p, Mauck wttl elaf a aa part of the Memorfat pfafTaat. Unfinished buaineaa. eleetloa of of* fleers, report of U M re committee, ratirtng of tbe and adjournment will eempteta U M afternoon program. a a a A BANQUET and procruA win be held tomorrow evaalof la tba Shore room of the Oardata* batal at •:4ft p. m. with Mra. T. m. A JI4> eraon as hostesa- Krtdny morning the prograai wttl Include aasembly at litb, advaaca of colore, entrance and eeatla« a( atate and nattonal otfleare, laetalta* Hon of ofdcer*. raadlaf af tbe mlnuiea, group •Inftag "Bleat Ba The Tie That Blnd^ aad a4io«r»' ment. At noon a Gold Mar luacbaaa «nd program wilt be |tv*« at tba Shore room of the Oardatan. Tbla will be fotlowMt by a poat baa^d meeting al 2 p. m. la tba eHy b*ll audllorium- « 0 • OFFtCKlUi AND ebalraaaa tal charge of arraagtmeata are Mra. T. IS Anderson, ebalnsaaj Mrs. M- llh Lair, aaslataat cbeirmaiis Mn. Dewalne Deugbi^ and Mn.',p«laf Klaitren. ragtsUatlOB pad <fad»a' Uals, Mr*. Ira »w«rt«, Mra. Bdtib lAir and Mra Ranklaa S M M I H hospHaiity and tranapartail*a} Mrs. Mary Bchoeabif aad Uta, Tuni to pa«a I, Budget Tips for Hot Weather Meals On patt^ 2, 3. 5 ami 8 of tonight's Dally News you will flfxl plefity of hlflts for tSfty summer mtmhi. And, too, plenty ctf ttpt that lead to real food economy. Rwid th9 food adverlisemcnUi with care >* miJni tliem yotur guide to thrifty nmU ptauwdng* Wuich lor the Foiid Ad* Every Wednmday

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