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- ( Social News Methodist W\S,C,S, Honors Mothers and Children A rTOSTim hnronrc T:-o:r-T= t .T^(i ch:';i5r''n. <:-=p--i?j:y -.tie chjldrtr of •.hi- Cradle- P.cU, TT'S ? prff.fr,-'d Pri- •.'.^ >!fhc.C!M %V ? C ?.. h ':a in Mr-- " M. •';-c--l3: cpcncd Thf T re .-r.-r.:;! -Kitii orear. jrti-jdp ^r. v,-.j. ;c]low<-d by Mr^ W. W. JF-'r,?uf.-r, •« he pr-=ci!'.-->d •.fc" ?r.o-h- • -vr .: > i: )• o; in' C -a ^I- HolJ a= c:,'.-.- 1'/ Jrc- r.',i:foral. ur'- }'.o !!f M .^y S-.';".;^ v.-at in cha.'ce ^ of "h' ru<5" N DO ): Th' nsm^f :(!;• i5X,fr(d -v.-if fr-om msty s-'jrrDund- Th'- att'-nii-'d s -cho: j in Dur .n 'H Th'^- iT'--. rr. >><' r. riicf fo: '' AO y^ar? and ).? covi- on fi::;-'Ji-h fr &m Camp P .uck- fr A;2. H ' J P "-' fT -..f d.'T.ar^' in ii'Dut ;-o tncnlh?. The youn^ cy-jp;*- or. a adir.p fr;p io AL -J.-vmrv -.v.-.-rf- ir.'v 'av- r^P- liff- tr,c-r :-:^''r5h)pi5 • snrn'r.: r -,. V,. ..; = ,-:-rrrr.r, ".V-:i a.-3d Cirr A:«' D rf-Cfiv- •h.p W2.« v.-2d'- UJH- Cpi. Adir..- >.r;:-.r.- -»rd 'na/::.ri: ?:=rr two • f.orr f -a-hir-h; V Klir.p-» d'part-'; V:- Hanri r.ir:':!.:r aj^d Wr5.. rr?r:h frr-.vf s p .-syfT for - r. ir-r. af-.'r -.-.-"r;r>. Mrs r>ar ,fl5 .or. Tr.' i£-.=.=-r.r. fcr '.h- afumocr. -K -a-' r :'5 .---r.:/-d iy M :f Gcrdr:; Taz--.-. •he- -i-.-:.--.-? of T .hrh -srsw' A:; c.rild- r. n. orr cc.r.:-?-rr. ' She t-,3d rrcrip ihai ".Vccid ^Var I zzvi- -ii? -j-lir:-*-!! f.oJcltr asd Wrrjd ^^•ir II :hc ^kr-c-un: th.iir^a. Sic- a^t--' sasc •.r -ji-, n:ii];cr -5 of ciildrTj a-.^^£d ar-r r.crr.fj'^s? ar.d lia.l iij .--•u? c»'2 cC 'U ^trj- ••BTo ajjd <,r,r- hiir isiiljos ctiidjtji ^.avf ao i>»r- rr,axti.l Jj03j«-. lifse- art riiid- rfr. of Tin* migT-aii: iroTkrrF irhD •.;-avfl frcrn -CTcp -..o crop 13 -"..am Mrs.. L^-is:.<r Ha_'-broo3: prfif-ntmJ •,V.f quadrfiaiaj roals for 3: Ts -i^ rt pert fid a.: -hf m'-eiist tiiai TI' t.ai 'S of cio:±.ii-p -sr-re B -ni to Scou-i; Or./ for ncod R*:.-;?. « M"ni >€r5 -K -'r* aikf-d tc 5£Vf- old a;,-or. bof-f- ;xd Irir.s ',h-zn \o cir- r,-;*-t'.;r.r J-^c- 2:i tia.: ti -^y mi- pr,-, b» f .vr.-. -o -nr.'Japa- t^f-i: •»raj -.••li'jvB TiTKii-.'. ihfTa ZiZ.t ".hufT ar'- aM^ to ?*'if-Eup- j.::-.,:rj£: arc -..i i-Jpport their child- rcr_ Nir- povr.i? of ho='- car, t* •3-:rl;«-d -jp by or.^ -a-omas in a 5 )r<- Emmft TowTiiJlup Kar»J WoroMj II<4d I"»<nif A p;rr.: ;.r,fh f '-a:;.:'-d ih" '• ' rr.'-(:;rr cf Crrrr.f. Tcn <T.Fh ;p I EuraJ 1Vo=:;r.> fr;-.; rh-.r--aLy Jf:!ri -20C.= a: •.i;!- tcrr,! c -f ii -'f.. A-- -•Jpijlfc -jr SciuJti, Tn-fJvp •a-dTDin ard ''P -|«;rtt ciijdmi -B-erf is itteudaEre ' for tie mMtirif.. A £i)on bti«ii!?-i:« infr«ir;p tvas to=d-jrt<d l)y Mi-s. Maurice Juhl after •"•tdc -ii Oauiie Tiaiinin-'. county Farm B -art-^n fifld dirf-ctor •iro-u-f-d nro movjrs-.. Tte first -aa' '.rj1Jt>-d -A Trip to Bermuda'" ard tif M'C -and -R -at on wo:)]. Thi5 izifcuzif -K aji the lajt c-ne i of tit cnrre -Tit y-rar. They -sriU rf- j ;ii=:€- apsin in Septemt-c-r. j Att.?3dirLp trer* Mrs.. James Fox, j Mrs., liilfc-rd Houge. ifrr, Eicer ChriEt 'TiME. Mrs. Jacob Frick. M J -<;. Frar,!: Hutiiini -on. Mrs. Dct- cber ScydfT. Mrs. Maa.-ice Jub!, j Mrt Oar-tT.c-e Herbrandson. Mri. ^ I >c.= SuEde. Mrs.. WaJter Ff-per and OpaJ Jfii: Sdhuitj- CR.\DLE ROLL CHILDREN" End tifir mothtrs of tiie W. S. C £ of the SlethCKJist church w<=re honored yesterday aj tlie Me <tiicidir:i church. Seventeen children under tiiree y'ean oJd in ti Cradle 3 -ti;i group and 25 older children att .endeid tke nxeittioiK of li>e prrrcT' which discussed mif^ions for ciiiJdreta. HoDorary mran,b «3 !Kijj)< ilftiiJy jr«Trs pbafto and en^rarin^l v.vc rrvt'i, Gar->J-, ><!i .T.rT, TsroiEiy Cajnr and Jc&n Walx. The iitirsicr; ::]u!if aii;-!.? M:-;. G-rc-5:c. Taipf T aixd liw kinlerj-arten Glass £:n:i(!.' lilrf. Jiirt S VL-:I<I;C fi'^ 2i .5fticrt fcwjOTis cl FJajrin^. speak- Events Calendar ••Gwtj G <Ar HlshliclitK Taamy at Country OuK Ckiofy golf— -irboeTfr coisfrd that plirE .c.e, -x'fjy a.pUy nsmeid whit -vras played on tin- course of the Elcti-:r- 1 -ille GoJf sad Oonacry c}ui> yerte:- d&y al^i.eraoon Tjy 14 perspirin.g and fun-^Jo 's-iE.i: coup3M., Partner? -srere riosra by drav- ing naas*? frtKn a hat and the fun narte-d for piajcrr smd Fpertntors aliie m No. Z tee -a-here player? pla.ced one foot in a t<iiEi:»<t of sar^d. graFpesS a left -handpd driver and prepared to drive— •«"ith tieir iiail t*e-d on & sir. inch jcnrth of r~i~ ber fco.se. Tie;.- finally c:'t -unSrT iray and ail •trent »so,ciotrJy until they app .roa:ij«id z-ijf No r preen and found a tub i a :Toniinon. ordm- Jlr?. J. H T 'rborr and fsro oth-' ary v-ash -.ubi irt.o -w-hi;-.!: t.bry Ti -ere er.=., not y. rame.d. •Rill b» sent as" fuppoted to p ;-.,ri ti' iiall. That ir..' d 'lerateF to tie Clear L-a 'ke F .ch:>ol • ii they op-jc do jt m It' tner. If cf ~iis :f ;on« bepinr.inE June 26 and i they oouidnX ibey -wer-e fupjiamid running thrc -uEh July 3. ' to pick up the "pall unS mat- roona ! At -Jie cloif- of tie mwting the ' for tie nert eou ;-ie.. Kany of iberr : " "orri'snn | pnon n :inc :t;aiantly ' pp .ed -..b' hi.:. 17! :iT. -...-.eiT f;rp; ' ^oup rp^-nt an aniUFinp and plea- 1 made rciom, aitnougi: .Tirr. Mi sant hour lODJnng pictures cf i and Bd T 'iiospBon nonrta; th--- member? and babie.?. Tea wai-. it^r -.-e -d in t .be ebuTCb : iri d;n!r .e i-oom :i= a clo.cini: f»-f !u :e of: a pleasant and laspirinj: afternoon cf fellow-ship asd devotion to c-bii- dren the v.-orld oi^r. Str-a^bt Mrf. Maurice rhai.-mia. Evtje -b Marian Jan^wv B«c^>ine* Bride of CpL \TDf*«t .Vdam« The marriage of M-.e.s Mariars ^ JansE.en. ca .urb.t.e: tf Mr. and i£ri_i Eric Jar-f -E -rn and Cpl. Vr;;r(tjt Ad-'^ &n-..=. son of, Mr. ar ;d Mr.- Guy Ad- tn-..'- a-s 5 .'./!emr.ixeii i^j-da} Ding Jun--- ? a-t T ;--:' p. rr. a: tr./• Immanue! IjBlhera.': enure.-; m ; punntU. Tni' R *-v Ani .ijr Stnul'.r: oj Si. Jokn':- L ;jt -herin chcreh of- i f:.:-j-il'-d -..x \k<- dou^^ie r:r.t- f*;'-,| ,Thi church -.va.=, c«ora-<-d --.-tr: - rr :any large i:.ai):c:.= of j-Kini^ and ; Ijghte-d canii'libra. Mr.' P.ey iiam- 1 ueison provid<-d a h.'ilf-houT of i gan music during ihe a .»..^rm >-iini- '• of ihp gueslj and pla >T .c ih'- trac- itiona! -.vt-damg rr:a ^e ^.ff.. i?he aj- f^'j :i /ccmpan>id P .ob 'rt Aaiar -d. ! who sang "J Love You Truly" and '-Th- Lords Pray<r". Th^ bride, giv-'n in mari-.axe fy , her father, -.vore a BO-4 -n o! del;- \ ca'.'- pink saiin -AHh n -ia;eh :ni; vi,} , and lace cap. H-r i'v ,.;r.-, Riii cf ihe bridegrocrn ; f n.-iste-^i c', ihinestone necklace arc car ring.' She earric*d a r .uqu-t cf -Ajiiv li!lie.s tied with hnht blue tuiif. i H. r attendant." ••vei' Cai'jl Deling, who -.vc-r-'- white :rcj.-t-'d cr-i gandy with lavender .'lovei sr. 1 ; liice hat. .-.nd Maxin- Adam.«.i whose dreiis v,a5 cf licht blue Tiif-: fcta with matching gloves and ; hat. Both caiiied boucjuei,- of pinV; and white carnations. The brid'i;room w rci 'lf •«TiF jilLyec unt.;i tify r»-a:bi!^d { -w-ner-t tilLyeri found L iengt.r C'J Kt .ove j):;*?- inyinr on tb f faiTTTiiy. t.brpuitb viiifn l-be tiali bad to ;iu!ii.. Tb>-n uJ; -went -«;,11 until rbey r-<:a::h!id No V g !-efiT; and -w -iat '.ncj- bojivc vu! t.ri« f^nti Sot uo ru'.fa IvitJ--. Orrif •R'arrinr- t .on •..t'u.-nameT.t oiiairnian S:ut. I'ianned too -well Trier' t.iie.v found ivait -rsr tricrr. t tr-ic-.i: ttall : : U !t» in pUar* of t.tieir fvr. and a p'-j".t.er, ube r.iaelie <'ic;.t in- :ic-> of •sriio.:. tu.T.ed out to tie icr ordii-ary aot.r rpring. r *iC >";id '.'•>• e: i.-y raii ;.nr you: yiird v-.ur. t rate, tie niiidC! of •wbicb -am a door jpring" tVi:i, t b« rt^ruit! •"•"•-Id jT 'obiatly 'i.e mucn -^be iiaroe Of oouri ^e. here arain a ooutil' .•hnr »<d lie r »:rt of tbena botr jt -w -at really don«. Miite Grtvej and W.'i.. Jark V.'bi 'e t-.tith ren^uir'-d only on' jvutt Tb»j? piartn* rf c^^wer">'»- cr-e6- it f.:r x'.^.t .t -ng tiat ttal" !; D I : iof.^ t: tie bCT»''-.''?. * A nurr-ber of j^nies •»-< re ati-ar -dc-d. M.-s. V,-ayne !?;.a .iiiding and E-d Thr-n:p«'n n:e.de.'-.H- ao:-!;-t -ei t.be a -.s -a .-d aj —;eda:irt« Tbc-y tiam^ in •Kith a roore cf ti5. Ji33 Morri .'ifn -J -X 'n the j.ru.<- fcr ibf Jcr .gein dii-.^e or. No. : Mr.« Spauldlnc and Mr Thon-.p !>on a -.'.o had th'^ kwc-rt More on tie •a -a 'nub bc -lc : they n«-dtd only f;ve shots, •••hi-.h if j.ar for the .-.ol'-. Mr and Mr?, 'Vllt .er 'Bull Butier won tie drs -AL -ave therr. th'- jrii.'- for th nunr .t-er Tonight St FnoKis Ctnic tp-m. M#«t as tie- hDsse of Mrs. KraactS TT*eU, Mr^s. LavejidiE Xeppi assirtia^ fcostttss. ChrisUSB Ttmtb F*0<nrsJhip of tbe diristiui CSum^ .»i:20 p. tn. Eoi: sociaJ a.1 tiw church. Public is in^i^it.<<d. Jameis Sirapf.on irfll act as atactionnw. Tuesday Soria] Order of the B^somuil. ;:r .O p. m. Al tie Masonic ihalL Meeting aj»d initiatjcrn 4fi p. m. Pet luck Kupper. Mission CircJf* ui tlw E»itli,«-r\iU<- Lntbeii-in WJUT. 2 5ti Ji. na. Lydia. inwt -u-ith MiHB MjTtle Hantion. Mrs. Normiai Inpvall. aiiKiaan! I A-cua. M TF- Anna £&=•«-. Mrs. Olaf Micba*!- non aiir>ifct .ant. i>eb'02-Ei. Mr ^SL M ?». Eergf ; E-iZibieti, MrJi. B. O. "iVoJden Krf., Oden "SVee, itEJirtant: E.-.i-:»i, Mrr O. X. P..efBell. MrL. Minna C^.l'... asrinant: Ha.n- I r.ah, Mr?.. EnJet T^ito. Mrj- i Ktm.f Ij-e. aii.Tif-tant: Judith. MrsL : J K Taj-ior. i£:-^ E. E. Berg- I rrvsi.. asijuitunt; Martha. Mrs. I H '.-n.-n^ Mabh!-n. Mrs. John Haa; !;»n Jr., aatifTant: Mar>-. Mrs. Tlhy P.bodc:r.. Mr*. Knut Tar.gcr- or. aBr .i£r;.ant: Naomi. Mrs. A H. Soiuitr. P-e-be-cca. Mrs. Amelia ."ornMn Mr=. V.", Kaltve-d, as.-ist- ant. Reibe-luLh Lod(p. f p m At tiu- I.O.O.F. haJl. Mrs. p.ay Miller presiding. Staff will ;ra;t^:e for returning the travel- inr cn:.blcm. Rofre.shrnent.<!. Wednesday •»-bicb of shotj or. No. 6 T.r»v ; tied -si-ith B'-tty Pa :-.=.on5 and lA- • Ledebuhr. Mr-?,. S. G, Eiren and i Dean Higinbothanx and Mr? Har- I nion Veidy and Ji.-n Morrison. M p.r,o. : ; =: Meet at the home of Mrr C. v.". P.obin .'ion. Speciai rr'-'tine fcr report of state con- -.rtJ-n by Mr.= H. L. McMillan. Wiiite Shrine, i -ij ; rr. Pol luck dinner. No fir-mai?- E.ection of necessary o-ff"iC--r«. 'Rfjal Neishbors of .\merica. 7:i!j p El At the I. O. O. F. hall. P.."E-u"-ar meeting. Senit* Star Lei^ion. ? J nr. Moit at the home of Mrs. DvK-ain--- Doughty. IftS North TTreJib street. Important executive l-oarxJ rr.€-eiing. . .^ertr-jui L<r«lofl Auxiliary. f p m Co-unty meeting at DoUi- v-; Metbodirt church annex. E;--:t>.n cf officers. Please call '.tbc; Mrs. L. E. Thomas or Mrs. M I- v.',-j:',-=ht i.-n if planning to Thursday LAdJe-^ Day al C-ountry Club. , 1- tl : .m. Luncheon followed ' by bridse a.nd golf. Cfruver Ladie» Lc-ajrue, ; r.->' p zs. At the church. Devo! ticns Mr«. NcU Bardo. Program, : Mrr. Aug-xr: P.csenberger. Session 6. Hostesses. Mrs. Lee Shultz and Mrs. Allan Hiles. rs Good Che ^T Coantry CJuh. rs. Ben Sehoenlng I. assistant WELJOamE -FOB. lEX. Gm : iiff«r «r.--a*"*^ center in uuto, VL-'H •weDoamefl tilm to GnttyR ))urr, ?*u Yanks and Dodgers Keep Raniblino On i 'V 'piu pi Eiiifio- ii -.1 uriiw;: v'jii!:b 'G'lii. Eima-lii'v- '.'! nf. ±>(Ti 1.0 E-wt tie 70 deiegat«s for R«|mbucan piajty pirjnr to ttrt-jr leaving lor coDvenlJon ia Cijtiar^o, HI. L. S. Soldier Killed in -Ajiinio Blast New Tort Boston Clerelaad Chicago Washington PhiladelphU SU Louis Detroit T. VS". 1. Bcjt. Si S2 3? 29 25 2» 25 17 2S 25 36 26 36 31 ,G2l' .SSI 1~ -5?r" •«--.-UD €-•; .458 S .m 9 .•S15 IS Snndaj's T«snlt«: Ke-r Tor]: Clevelaad 2-3; Ch3ca .go 7-2. Boston 2-3; St. Louis e -7. Philadelphia 3-6; Detroit $-2. Waihington S-4. XATIOXAI. LEAGFE Brooklyn New York Chicago St Louis Cincinnati Boston Philadelphia Pittsburgh W. S7 33 3* 28 25 22 21 15 L. 15 IS 21 25 29 31 30 43 GB P.:t. - 712 .617 .61? iOO 11 .453 13 .415 15H .112 15H 259 25 SiindAy's results: Cincinnati 7, Brooklyn 4; St. Lxjuis New York 12-3; Boston 4-2. Chicago l-Oi PitUburgh 6-1. Philadelphia 0-6. WESTEBX LKAGCE TMterdfty'a resulbs: Lincoln S-7. Denver 5-19; Colorado Springs Omaha 3-5; PiieWo 5-4. Siour City 3-6; WichlU 5, Des Moines 2 1" 5. M -jdier •K-Ej, killed li-day aid TZ oiber fH -rsc-n.- -Hrere misnng c-r :z:—z--:-£ in tiundero-us e.xplo- sJons -in lie V. 5. army-£ i.ig-gest a.rriTiunilJcn duasp jn Kor«i_ Two Amer-ieaa soldiers are mis.i- ixtg and four have t -c -en hospital- ir^vd. an official army anncucce- a ment said. Twenty-four ethers suffered minor hurts and returned to duty after firft aid. At least three Korean ci%i !i3as were injured, addc-d the annouaoe- meni frcm the V. S. second logistical c-ommand. South Korean police said thev suspected sabotage by Guerrillas- The first blast—causes unkno»-n —went off at lOiSO a. m. (7i50 p. m. Sunday CSTi. It broke windows and knocked down plaster in buildings, in Pusan. 13 miles south. Tvo other huge explosions followed •n-ilhia 15 minute.s. Fire-a musfaioomed in the area. Small explosions p-opped off now and thea. a fourth big blast shook ibr area at 4 25 p m. (3:25 a. m. Monday CSTi and sect up an um- trella of black smoke. JACK CREEK set for the wedding parly. It decorated with June flowers tall tapers in frilly holders, guests were served a buffet supper of .sandwiihes, cako and ic-' was and Tl-..- G. W. Robinson f other couple wim only one putt on the, green, I A .'i .T .orga.sbord waj held after the tO 'jmey from 6 to g p m. FireMone Workers Voting on Strike Des Moines. June li. '.Pi— About 1200 production workers of the Firestone Tire & P .ubber Co here were voting today on the queistion of authoriring a strike if required by development.* in contract negotiations. The workers af mi-mbe-rs of local'31rt, I'nited rubber workers of Amonoa (CIO I. The union's contract with Firestone will expire July 10. It has been in efft-ct since U*4S with an amendment in 1950. Malay blossom Starter Set $ I ^•Y9 Cairo, Egypt. June 16 '.y—The newspaper Al Akhbar reported today that Saudi Arabia's King Vcm Saud has become a father for tJje 64th time. The paper said another I05 ^»l son wa.i born last week. The monarch is 75 year* old. The report did not sj.ecify -ahic!: kings many wives •»•*» ibe tttldcJt, Us »e AfHcaa of the mother. Sen. Kerr Meets v.ith loMa Labor Leaders Iowa City, la., Juno 16 t.T»i— Sen. Robert S. Kerr of Oklahoma. Democratic candidate for nomination as President, met briefly with several Iowa labor leaders here today. TS3« 5*-y«4r-o!d oil executive flew tivt* this moroing in his ccni- juaayis pte&e, aisd departed for Des MiuiakCj! «A4^ bis visit. Ki «<rr SAjfll Vtut labor group, here f«ir * ibMtrcMrbe at the University l0W «.-«lHt be favored repeal of Ute TaA-tBlttatT law and that he te MBppcnt of President "trmaaaim nto «( tlM- lidetaads oil Mrs. Cuyler Peterson, who has been a patient in the Holy Family hospital, arrived home Friday to convaJe*ce. ilrs. Herman Helmers of EEtterrille is taking care of her for a few days. Mr. and Mr^ Julius Cole and children were Thursday evening callers at the Alfred Hanson's home. The children received three p-jppics from Alfred and his sisters. Emma and Nettie. Mrs. Fred Kruse «xid Mrs. Art Kruse were Thtirsdsy afternoon callers at the home of Mrs. Cole. Harry Yahldieck. James Welsh, Ivin Seibcrg. Glen Young. Sylvester Berge and Mr. Hogaason held a Jack Creek-High Lake cemetery meeting Monday evening in the school house south of the cemetery Kruger National Park in South Africa has an estimated 500.000 gaaie animals. ANDERSON; -SCHENCK; ( I05S0.6TH TEl 265 tSTHERVIlll i IOWA »WamigA tA>« Asijuiic female ele- pbaaif maM ttuJu or no f «3Maes bare large toA*. FREE TRIAL Would you like to s ««w SINGER SiWIf^G MACHINE for one week WTTHOUT; COST or QBUGATION? Catch up on your sewing and see for your- .self the many advantages thcav are in the new SINGER, Write your 423 Grand Phone S{>encer THIS WEEK At Your REX ALL Drug Store Meet Helena Rubinstein's Beauty Consultant! She*ll tell you everything about your hair! Get FREE gifts with individual beauty analysis! ViMiTl be giv- I eaacowpine I care a n d i beauty. <uU of i newetl ira;> aad axaiui to gii<c your hair j beaulT ! It j shows won- ! derful nc« I YouU also receive a bit **n>ple alHthna RahiKittin's Color' ToHt Shampea in your special Uuiie ((or more, than'^lti^o ibuipocHM. Tim it the <hani |K >o that not only intrnfifirs hair color, but ttadio* hair cWaner, »UUrr than ttjief errAled bir Mkhelof Helena | e\er before'. Both ilieM- magnirireni RnbiaMria tad how l« do them j pfu are yours frr* kith your ioJi- yoortelt! l ^idual nniMilialion! , BDUlIekaa Rahintleio't Beaoty CoR ^alum v ill be here ne%l t>eelanly,(« lojke your appoiotnenl now.TaLe tionie cxriiing new i;!amour and bcuut)! THE 7.^DRUG STORE ..- ^ H O N' t / Employes of Long Island Railroad Strike New York, June 18. l/Pi—Mot ormen and engineers struck today against the Long Island railroad, almost immediately halting one of the nation's busiest pass enger llne.s with 300,000 daily rid- era. Members of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers (Ind.) start ed to leave their Jobs shortly after 3 a. m. Scarcely an hour later, the rall- noad announced that *aM train service is suspended until further notice." Commuters jammed .highways and overcrowded subways and buses In an effort to get to their jobs in New York City. The strike, which was rumored for the last few weeks, stems from the application of the national railroad agreement of last May 23 to the Long Island, For users of the bankrupt railroad, the walkout was the latest in a scries of wrecks, snowstorms, breakdowns and other troubles which have plagued the line. Jews and Arabs Clash in Tunis "runls. "Tunisia. Jsoe 16 Jews and Arabs clashed anew today in the streets of old Tunis for the third straight day. 7en persons were wounded. The clashes added new tension to a situation in •which anti-French nationalist activity was being stepped up. Tunisian terrorists, adopting new tactics, set fire to wheat fields ready for harvest, in a moyd.to dt^pt the economic lift of thilf French protectorate. Wouldn't Listen to Wife in Quarrel Los Angeles, June 16, 1^ —MtsJ Phoebe B. Lacey, 64, finally got the last word from her huatiandj She was awarded a divorce decrea on grounds of cruelty. She told /the court Saturdav that: "My husband (Monroe, 64) al-^ ways had plenty to say Avhen wa quarreled, but when I wanted speak my mind, he'd turn off hii hearing ald.'J Nailed as Postmast^ Washington The names of Howard F. Whitman, Clarioa, and James W. Miller, Plalnfield. ^va t>cen sent by President Truiii«n to the it^oate for confirmatUni as postanaAters In Iowa. ' • EstherviUe, Iowa, DaOyNewsf Mon., June 16, 1952 ,2 'in DRUG STORE YQUR PRESCRIPTION SPEGIALISTS iPharmaeiats onJ&uty tit' ' all times.' ' Secvtag your prescription needs prMBpUy and efficiently. VERNE mXAS. CBAIG OOLSTOX •ad J. HOUB PlMMWilS Professional Directory Dr. K. L. Johnsdii OFT0MBTBI8T EjM KwTtihicd Giaases Rtted Gardston Hotel Bldg. Phone 72 Dr. G. E. Tomliave .CBntOPBAOTOB Residence PhQBe.764 Dr. Wm. A. Boies _ DENTIST Office In Grand Theatre Bttildlng Fbone 237 Dr. R. E. Lester DENnST- PboneUM 214 North eth Street House tforth ot PtMtofflee John L. Powers, M. D. PHYSICIAN and 8DBGEON 220 N. 6tli Office plume 191 • Restdencse lOK M. T. Morton, M. D. FHTSICIAX and SimG £OX . J Park View Clinic Phone Res. 123 — Office 171 Dr. J. B. Osher DENTIST Pliaaa VS$ Stairway Between Rexall and Coast-to-Coast Stores Dr. N. R. Ellsworth DENTIST Phone 71 . Over EstherviUe Xioan. and Investment Co. Richard G. Coxson Certified Public Accountant Gaarde Building Phone 139 ., Dr. Fredericksen DENTIST PHONE IM Orcr X. BL Christoiuea Store N. J. Lee Phono 8S Qoncral Law Practice Offioa ovoc ,p»^140M(^'store Dr. A. 1. Reed Eye, Ear, Noee and Throat Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed Office Hours: 9-13; 24S Office orer Rexall Dnig Store Res. Phone 487 Office S3 Dr. L. L. Sharp Chlropntctor 805 Centra^ Phone 1^81 Dr. L. F. HoffmaiL VETERINARIAN Located First Door West of D-X StaUon on E^ist Central Avenue TeL Res. 615 Office 181 Dr. Terry |. Andpimj^ Optometrist Successor, to Dr. R. C Bijgs GLASSES n^Xlpi , Emwet County B»ak JBMf.; Phone 4S3 Dr. A. N. Rugtiv Dwtist Phone lis Ahove RobUuna Jewelry Dr. Leiand F*.Biiii^ \'ETRRINA»|AN omc«-Phon «»..ii .<4lom« a S. KIrkegMrd, ML D. I%y*icUa and SurywkB Pwrkview CUnlo Phooe 3T3 Rwk Phone UU Sat.'Bv«ntaics f :S0i^|l9;Og MM! hy A|i99faMmettt Dr. E. L. Wmy> l >hM «iM

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