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* M W«A, Jan. 10, 1157 OSKALOOSA DAILY HBALO SPORTS L1NKIFS AND SITXMAKIES Longerud, Houghey Pace Simpson To 63-59 Triumph Over Central; Dutch Host Luther On Saturday PELLA, (Special) -- Central's Dutchmen, making their first start since a mid-semester 11-day layoff, hit a couple of cold second half stretches Friday night and Simpson's Redmen took full ad- g^, vantage in racking up a 63 to 59 ^* :i f k - s Iowa conference victory at India- TOTALS nola. The victory avenged an early season loss and collected third loop win in nine starts vrhile Central, which hosts Luther in their next one Saturday, now have a 4-4 league mark and are 5-8 for the campaign. , The Dutchmen got off to an early lead but Simpson came on to tie the score at 13-13 on Al Haughey's free throw. It was Chuck Langerud who carried all the early scoring lead for Simpson, however, as he caged their first 12 points. Right after the deadlock Larry Bishop's fielder put Simpson in front but it remained a tight first half issue with the Redmen own- las; a 30-29 edge at intermission. Deaths Longtime Owen Of EddyvBe's Sole Bern, Now Retiring, Review Ups and Downs off Their Business DINGLEDINE - Mrs. G r a c e EDDY. VILLJE (Special) -- Carl, most all banks, including their Dingledine, 71, did at her home Powell and Frank Reed, '"·utiintf J own, closed their doors. However, 801 Second avenue east, Jan. 29. owners of the Eddyville Sale com-, there still seemed to be a little She was the daughter oi Thomas pany, the oldest livestock auction i money in circulation and the and Mary Tremaice Walker, and In the slate of Iowa, are retiring, Eddyvilie Sale company continued the widow of Raich Dingledme. a ::er 31 years. i on with their sales. Survivors include a daughter Mrs. D'^nsg the early part of these j Conditions were getting back to Bill (Betty) Wake of Oskaiocia, si years Powell and Reed had j normal again when the dry year 1 and a sister Miss Maiy Waiker of n--anv hardships and many lean of 1934 struck. During this time 1 Oskaloosa. tirr.es Back in 1925 it was a diffi- the Eddyville Sale company was ! Funeral arrangements are :z_- c-'t matter to convince the pub- selling hundreds of heads of live- P : complete at the \YiIccx Gailand ! ;c of the need for a community stock and thousands of pigs and 10 chapel Lvestock sale and also that a com- hogs. Sales would last all after-, 12 " isusny livestock auction would be' noon and into the night and only i 22 KRIZER--Frank Krizer, S3. of a success. ada up to between eight and' Eddyville died at Mahaska cos- The first three yean were dif- tweh-e thousand dollars. \ pitai Jan. 29. He is survived by 5--jit and were mostly trial yean,. Top cattle brought 50c to $150 ] Bishop, t . their Johnson, t Langerud. c Hauehey. g Suchy. s -- ,2 J two brothers W. E. Krizer ar.d and the first year especially was per hundred pounds. As to pigs, | JHIS IS THE NEW 24x21 fact frame farm miles west of the Ueey eorMT «ff I N H. Krizer, both of Oska:co=a, oEe of talking and planning. The - they couldn't sell them by the }i9m| ^^ wa$ ^^f.J fo replace the farm 63. it has · partial besemettt. two bed P'TP'and a sister, Mrs- Fannie Miller next two years were ·?*» SB try- head--they were sold in bunches. ^^ of Mr ^ Mf ^ Homer Terpstr* which * living room. I l!2 Src^SrativfiuS^ ^SiiTSeS fuveSS S£· £a?gavofSB?ttTpigSTt 1 *·« 4***°Y** by fire M. April. Located * Jagi-n. g . TOTALS 0-0 6-9 0-0 1-2 1-1 .22 19-30 19 Halltiine score--Simpson 30. Central Monte Rallies To Down Toledo 58 To 52; Retains 2nd Place Tie 0 ' at 1 p-m. conducted by Rev. J=~ies amounted to only $450 sometimes, head. Larger shoats just a little 0 Steel, pastor of Gospel Ha!i is $600 and again maybe only $350 j more, some up ^ $1.00jper head |: Eddyville. Burial in Wyirore per sale. 63 cemetery near Rose HilL. two , , j for 150 pound shoats. Fat hogs MONTEZUMA, ( S p e c i a l ) -Braves hung onto deadlock in the^ race by coming Virgil Dykstra got two buckets from behind in the last period to at the start of the second half to sm fc Toledo 58 to 52 at Toledo put Central into a new lead and it Tuesday night. · uted to u^ fact that she has be«r. remained a close deal until mid-, The Braves currently are tied caring for her seven voungs-.crs, Albta Mother Treated For Severe Exhaustion ALBIA, (Special)--Mrs. Claude Sharp of north Xinth street required treatment by the Alb.a i:re -''^l department rescue cre-.v and resp:- *" rator after she collapsed 3.' her vived and taken to county hospital for and treatment for ex- Auctions were held erery two | brought $1.50 to $2.00 per hundred weeks on Saturday, but not con-', pounds. ur.-jous!y, for if the weather was; This caused a lot of hardwork too cold they would close up until and much experience. Then 1936. j H got warmer; if it was too hot another dry year, burned all the t-ey would close until weather crops, and Hvestock was in trouble v.-as cooler--and that was the be-, once more. g.rjsmg of the Eddyville enter-' But brighter years followed. In 1939 a large barn and sheds were j years the sales built for the livestock which had] ·.vere gaining the confidence of ureviously been sheltered in the the community. Then one of the open pens. In 1944 the old livery consignors told Powell and Reed bam which had served as the if they would change the day of sale pavillion was replaced with the auction from Saturday to an-, a new pavillion. . other day and have a sale every! The main building as it stands Her conoitioc '.v== a:~.o- .^ a / wouM brinR to a i* o f! today is 300 feet by 70 feet, with livestock to sell. j cattle sheds and hog and sheep Tne day of the sale was then-sheds on each side. Today's Markets jCentral went without a point last night's victory over Belle . m Des Moines, v.-as called horr.e ^llf-^^-.. ^T^",! _, , OJ , *,,,*,,«« "powell'and Reed are now ^ring one six minute stretch and piaine. Tama, now 9-0, needs a . to care for the children \vaile 1 again over a four minute run but Friday win over Montezuma to j Sharp is hospitalized. they refused to relent and came up ' grab a second straight outright within two points at 59-57 with 30 C rown. seconds left. Then a field goal and Toledo j^ a t all the quarter Haughey-s two free throws, the rests _ 15 -io, 30-28, and 40-39-latter as the game ended, gave and it wasn - t unta the final five Simpson the verdict. ! minutes that Montezuma got In the final minutes sales, when ' account of the flood. McCurdy, Coleman Amend Egg Bill Just when business was picking agement of the Eddyville Sale ^ ; eomcany over to Tom Brown and 1 up, trouble appeared. Banks were Gene Harper who have been part- 1 closing and checks were not too j ners in the sale company for the good and darker days came wheni past seven years. DES MOrSTES 0?i-- Sens. Carroll F. McCurdy, D-Oskaloosa, and Joe Coleman, D-C!are. intro- Outstanding Year Of Central played for the first time : front to stay. without Don Morehead, ace guard, I j t whose eligibility ended at mid- _ Q^ ^ Braves got a comfortable i duced amendments Wednesday to ArhlOVMDMltC eamester and Gary Boeyink took j margm ^ Me i Arendt hit 20 and clarify a bill which would permit HVlllCTClllVllia ever the starting role. The Dutch ' Marvin Cheney 13. " ~ Jan. 11 victory over Luther. ss By Eeau Geste Farms the sale of ungraded eggs in Iowa. The amendments would exempt the producer from obtaining an j Added to an already Impressive egg handler's license and v.-ould past covering many high honors Osfcaloosi Hog Market Butchers--$18.15 top. Sows--$17.15 top. Oskaloosa Haikets Corn, new ·helled -~$1.3f Corn, new ear $1.25 Com. No. 2 shelled $1.2* Oats, 32 Ibs. __76c@80c Wheat *1.75e$1.80 Soybeans CREAM Grade A Grade B Sweet -- _56e A Large A Medium B Grade u Dirties __ Checks __ C Grade _ A Small _ EGOS _24c _18c POULTRY Hvy Breed Sena 10o Crosses Over 4% Ibs. lOo Crosses 4% tb* «c Onder 9e ! final canto. Montezuma did gain I assure that all eggs would be - V(m at various shows around the, ·Virgil Dykstra, big pivot, was ^ advantage once in the last candled after being sold by the countr y f the year of 1956 was an j *"fT farmer. ' outstanding one for Beau Geste : The amendments were the latest panns O f Oskaloosa, both from proposals legislators have made to ^ s standpoint of honors won In taxi from Des Moines to Oskaloosa, waited here over a Sunday for Roy Warrick to return from Cal- | gary, Alberta, where he had been' attendirg a sheep show, and then asked Warrick's price for a certain ram at Beau Geste Farms. replied, "and ir leave Leg Hens Cox Stags -- _Sc _Te Central's scoring gun as he hit 22 quarter but couldn't hold it. the victors while Darlene Johnson (led the Bravettes with 24 counters. Kruen. Edgerton, Minn, sophomore, made his first start after becoming eligible at the second semester and if expected to give important Help the rest of the way. Langerud and Haughey wer* the scoring standouts for Simpson with 21 and 24 points respectively. Bank Clerk Says Girls Followed Him From Movie By ROBERT T. LOUGHRAN United Fres* Stiff Correspondent CHICAGO OB-- A new witness final stomach analysis. told police Wednesday that the! for the lack of food particles la her stomach. The findings blasted the signed confession of Bennie (The Dishwasher) Bedwell, 21, who said he and a man named "Frank" toured dingy skid row bars and cheap hotels with the girls for a week before dumping their bodies into a snow-filled ditch Jan. 13. BEDWELL ALSO said the two girls had eaten hot dogs shortly before the slaying, but no trace of hot dog meat was found in the either way will be all right me." The Texan, after Chicago Produce CHICAGO OB -- Live poultry weaker on hens, about steady on balance; 10 trucks. TJSDA price changes: Heavy hens 14%-15%; light which required eggs Iowa to be graded and candled, j price Geste Farms, owned and They applied to a bill McCurdy | opera ted by Roy B. Warrick and and ColtEsan introduced Tuesday. | Son breeders o t purebred Suffolk ' tmdsr the bill, only those eggs j sheep ope ned the'y**"" 1»56 on ausl ,icious note, for it was only which were pnt into interstate trade would have to be both a eandled and graded, McCurdy i pion Tatn fj. om Beall previous when a cham- iwas sold at the Chicago Interna- McCurdy said.^ ^ i ^°f s _ ana j tional for $3,500. The buyer was :Bill Flint of Tulsa, Okla. Just exactly a year ago, on Jan. cattle can be sold without grading on the farmers' option, I don't see why eggs can't. Of course, in Interstate trade, there is a necessity of grading because we need good eggs to get markets." chased ten ewes besides. Next came the Warricks' showings at the American Royal Livestock show at Kansas City, the Iowa state fair, and then the Chicago International during the week of November. hens 12-13; barred rock fryers 2826%. Cheese single daisies 38%-39K; longhorns 38%-39»4; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43, B 39-41, C 36-38. Butter 1^39,000 tts.; steady; 93 and 92 score 59; 90 score 58%; 89 score 58. Eggs 7,800 cases; fully steady; white large and mixed large extras 32; mediums 30; standards 27%. With the three yearling ewes! the Warricks took to Chicago,] they won a first for an individual j yearling ewe, a first for a pen of A! A . Charles Brown's a preliminary study J drivers of two cars apparently ' a^ s - n0 v.-ed no indication of al- ; _ , , _. . T tried to pick up the slain Grimes cohol ^^ch also disputed Bed- I Father DlCS 1H ' Camp said tests now are being Frank Wilson, 83, of Osborae, Kan., formerly of Loviiia. died at a Concordia, Kan., hospital Tues- for a ewe during 1 1956. THE WARRICKS next attended i, Roy Warrick and his son Joe j yearling ewes and showed the ' "* _ .^ . I · . · » _ _ . . ,, - _ . f*- _u£^ n ll« Mi-i-rn brought home a handsome trophy from Sioux Falls, S. Dak., for having shown the grand champion ! Suffolk ewe at the Sioux Empire : farm siiow. I This ewe was sold to a Ken| tucky farmer for $600, reputed to i be the highest price paid in the champion Suffolk ewe, meeting competition from coast to coast. The first-place ewe lamb was shown by Bill Lynn, a 4-H member from West Des Moines, and this lamb went on to win the reserve champion ewe ribbon. It had been born from a bred ewe purchased from Beau Geste Farms. cause the Louisiana State university's A new year has begun at Beau at 2p.m. Saturday at the tair in March. Although they i Geste Farms, with already about r - listers the night they disappeared. we jj' S s tory. Roger Menard, 19, a bank clerk,, SiS^S^S^^^. made for e " dence 0£ *-OT 28, and that they followed him from the movie about 11:30 p.m. Police said it is possible the girls, Barbara, 15, and Patricia, The report apparently left au-1 _ __ 13, were slain within an hour after thorities back where they started | ^^ ' ^^^ ° a:R jg£ t there in made, and they are planning to the next few weeks. that. Their bodies, nude and *« the investigation, although - iglg Survi v ing "are "two daugh- show sheep there again this -*· -frozen, were found Jan. 22 in a state's Attorney Benjamin E. j ' ^ Charles G. Brown of spring. HarofAfH RrOAfforc' snowy ditch on the outskirts of Adamowski said Bedwell stai is Oskaloosa ^ Mr3 Ernsst Toye A sflver, engraved pitcher 116^1010 DlCCUCIi deaths. Zimmerman funeral home" in Lo- showed no sheep at this fair, as i vilia. ; they had formerly, they still bene- Wilson erev.- uo in the Lo- fitted from the contacts they " ·--"" " _ a_ ___ J A.t_ -- f _^^. _ t _ _ _ _ ± ^ . _ *-A ! 20 new lambs that appeared on the scene this month and with more than that still expected in the city. Menard said the girls walked along behind him on Archer avenue. At an intersection, he. said he heard a car brake to a stop and turned to see the girls talk with the car's occupants and giggle. He described the car as a Buick, a 1951 to 1954 model. The car started up again and passed him going northeast on Archer, he said. regarded as a top suspect. A Burly Escaping Prisoner i ^ e Fails in Attempt To Take of Newton . one son Jarnes Wil . adorns the Warrick mantelpiece. son of Newton; a half-s-.ster, Mrs. It is the Alexander trophy they Asher ° f Ar ° ia - 2? - w ° n f ° T havm shown ' children, and 53 great-grandchil- pion Suffolk ram at the Eastern , Stud Ram sale held at Staunton, dren. Also i Mrs. Manetta An Airliner AlOft \ who observed her lOOlh bar WASHINGTON OB -- A burly ' last October. ^ caping prisoner trying to take J rliner 17)0 oofeU up pitted himself against a oetite stew- MEXARD SATO b« stopped to arde ss. He lost. gaze into a store window and the j^g Northwest Airlines four- Grime sisters passed him. Shortly en gj ne stratocruiser was 45 min- afterward. he said, another car, a utes out of Detroit bound for By UNITED PRESS Stocks higher in quiet trading. Bonds higher. U.S. government bonds higher in quiet trading. American stocks irregularly higher. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye, soybeans and lard futures lower. Hogs mainly 25-40 lower, top 19J25; dressed por ksteady to 1.00 higher, top 27.00; cattle steady to 50 lower, top 25.50, vealer top 28.00; dressed beef- steady to weak, top 42.00; sheep steady to 50 lower, top 21.00. Dow-Jones Averages NEW YORK OB--Dow Jonea 2 pjn. stock averages: 30 Indus. 479.49 Up 2.57 20 Rails. 149.54 up 1-09 15 Ufcls. 70.96 up 0.21 65 stocks 170.18 up 0.90 Chicago Livestock generally 25-40 2, 3, 190-240 Ibs 18.25-19.25; 250-280 Ibs. 17.7518.25. Cattle 15,000. calves 300; supply increased by around 2,000 head steers and heifers carried from T,,, T . ,, v nm f ,,,, rf . t . TM , ,,, i Several head of catUe already earlier in week; high choice and buyers from toistates -Although * consigned for the sale priin e steers 50-75 lower, good to the sate «s «P»sored by the.^ v « The show, to be held avenge choice steady to 50 low- Iowa Suffolk Breeders associa-' 011 **' 1 " ·,,... ,,,,,,' _-,, ,,«,,-,,; T^ 5 *TM ^. M ^ w t« 50 lower; Show, To Be April 11-12 iiday ewe they showed at tie 1 time. same Also taking dace last Jim* was sociation, _ _ _ _ _ ! t.*MA*3A4*-9 spring eastern Iowa Polled Hereford as- when Hereford a three-sU te 'the American Suffolk stud ram j Dreedcnj t , . _ . at _ . and ewe sale, which was held in )·» expected to congrega^ at New Sharon !oskaioosa *** which attracted 1^°°^.^^ !r^ Eastman 88% Erie 20 Firestone 90 Ford Motors 56 Gen Elec 53% Gen Foods 43% Gen Motors 40% Intern Harv 37% Intern Nickel 107% Kennicott 111% Kresge 27 Libby, McNeill 13 Marshall Field 33 Montgomery Ward 38% MorreU 18 National Biscuit 37% National Dairy 37% New York Central 31% North Amer Avia 34% Ohio Oil 39% Penn Ry 21% Penney 78% Philco 16% Phillips Pet 48 RCA 33% RexaH 10% Sears 27% Stand Brands 39% South Pacific 44% Stand Oil Ind 58% Stand Oil N J 57% Swift 38% Tex Corp 59% United' Corp 6% US Steel 63% Warner-Lambert 44% Western Union 19% Western Elec 58% Woolworth 44% Iowa Livestock DES MOINES OB-- Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota hog markets: ChkiQO Grata Rny CHICAGO ·)-- High Low Wheat-Mar. 2.37% Z35% ^37.4 May 2.347i 2J2% 2J4 July 227% 2J25% 2MK *M\t .Sept. 2.28% 2^7% 228^4 228^4 Dec. 2^1% 2JO% 2J114. 2^1% Corn-Mar. 134 L33% 1^3% 133% May 137% 1-36% 1.37 1^7% July 139% 1^8% 1J994 Sept 1.38% U7% 1^8% Dec. 1^3% 1-32% 153 H Oats- Mar. .78% .78% .78% May .76% .76% .76% July .70% .70% .70% Sept. .71% .70% .71 Dec. not quoted Rye- Mar. 1.43% 1.41% 1.43% May 1.45% !-«% 1.45% July 1.43% 1.42 1.43% Sept 1-44 1.42% 143% Dec. 1.46% 144% 1.46% Soybeans-Mar. 2.51% 2.49% 2J51% May 2.52 2.50 2JS2 July 2.48 2.44 2.47% 2.47% Sept. 2.38% 2^7% 2.38% Nov. 235 2.33% 2^4% Lard- Mar. 15.87 15^ 15.75 May 15.80 15.45 15.80 July 15.60 15.35 15.57 Sept. 15.55 1522 15.50 Oct. 15^5 15.39 1545 15.W Receits Wednesday estimated j Webster Rev. L. G. Rumer is IB Sa* Francisco, Calif, called by OM illness of his brother, Dal* 55,000, week ago 58,000, year ago | Ramer Melvin Van Zante of Dei 73,000, actuals Tuesday 70,000. | Moines, a brother-in-law, Moderately active to slow. Prices j panied him. stead to 25 cents lower, instances j MM. Dorothy Sorden 50 cents lower. Butchers: 160-180 Ibs 15.3517.60; 180-200 Ibs 17.35-18.60; 200-220 Ibs 18.00-18.60; 220-240 Ibs 17.70-18.50; 240-270 Ibs 17.2518.15; 270-300 Ibs 16.80-17.70. Sows: 270-300 Ibs 17.00-17.60; 300-330 Ibs 16.75-17.35; 330-360 Ibs 16.50-17.10; 360-400 Ibs 16.2516.85. work m the county fice at Sigourney Thursday. ,,_ . Miss Janet Clark of Webster to Ibs 18.00-18.60; 220-240! a surgical patient in tte Kecta* county hospital at Sigourney. Sigourney Rev. Don Eagle, pastor of the First Christian church of Fair- Eddyville Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Poe bar* returned from a stay at- MT*nl weeks in Galesburg, UL The WiUard Wbitaker property has been sold to a Mr. Van Toof» of New Sharon. __ ___ _ _ Mrs. Don Slagle and Mi«. Joha will be guest speaker at the Morgan entertained a large group Youth banquet Thursday evening in Columbia church Kirlcville JtVUfeU. tjmAUU.Ktr .*.***»* WW«J W w -W..J-.Q i ^ at the local Christian church. The \ Wednesday evening at a pink-and youth groups of the Fairfield and lue shower for Mrs. Tommy Mo*. What Cheer churches wQl be S 311 guests of the Sigourney group. The six o'clock banquet honors both the CSTF and the Chi Rho youth groups. Miss Frances Jaeger of Kirkwood, UL, spent Sunday in the parental Frank Jaeger home. Miss Jaeger is a teacher in Kirkwood high school. The first of three mission study sessions will be held Sunday at 7 p-m. in the Methodist church. The subject of the study, "High Richard Moore, who Is station** at the naval base in San Dieg% Calif^ left Friday after spending a five-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Moore. Judy Marts of Ottumwa spoil the weekend here at the Ceefl M We^n Saaw i ""~ Suffolk Breeders associa-' 011 - .. ^ , Mercury, pulled to a stop. Washington with 43 passengers' have "ourthased'the Walter B-Jrg- tiOn ' ?»*. Warri * ^ in stru- ,°^J1 fft^£ H»» Again the girls exchanged re- aiid six crew members aboard. " . . marks and giggles with the occu- Among the passengers were pants, Menard said. He said he four guarded prisoners including; arel , mo%eu UJ .,,. ..--. ..... ,, . , .. . believed there were two teen-agers 26-year-old alleged bank robber shaw sold his former honse to nauons leading sheep experts. in the car. Louis Arquilla, Braintree, Mass., -\i r and Mrs. Glen Gerard, who Menard said the car drove away He ^ Uvo othT3 were being. ^e moved in from the :ami. _ . ^.«TM .._ -- t fast, A short time later he said {^^-1 to Baltimore, Md^ to face: George Groves has rented his "Suffolk Sheep Year Book," pub- ! top ping the sale of last spring, i 25-50 lower; jsheep steady; good to he turned off Archer toward his charges in a S12.600 bank robbery. home to Mr . and Mrs. Ea SI-.a~. lished m Ipswich, Eng:ar.d, in . ^jjen ^ e total of 102 head of cat-, prime wooled lambs 18.50-21.00; Hours of Methodism" win be pre-. Morse home. Sunday they an vi»« sented by Marion Barnes, Mrs. R. E. Shaver and Mrs. Glen Redfern. GAS STATION ROBBED ited at the Ralph Fridley horn* to Centervifle. College students spending their between - semesters vacation at their homes here include Shirley 45-caliber automatic futurity class, as well as; vealers steady; load lots choice to. waving ant Alfred Harlow was the only DES MOINES OB- A smaU man ] Schwartz ^ Mary IjOQ Deitch, Gayl* «·*:.«· ~ A sr «vn !**'·· ^·siT/\ i maT"»/» 5 * _. _ _ Coffman and Carroll Newquist. » GOOD today. SOME TIME later, VTarnck was pleased to receive a copy of the 1 I has been secured to do the judg- j choice vealers 24.00-28.00. Sheep 4,500; several loads stfll one in the station, Harold's Conoco will be pointed toward; to sell; wooled and shorn lambs - * * Service, at the time. LtJi OSKALOOSA ay. 4 TQ^F^TM § home, and the Grimes girls con- stewardess V i r g i n i a Buss,, Mr "Groves is now Jrr.r.g a: Hie which the following comr-.ent was!^ consigned brought a total of deck choice and prime shorn * *" * --*-- -- _ _ _ - . . _ . . _ . . . _ . * «_ *** ! * i ^n /vrv * made: "The Iowa Suffolk Breed- ; $29,S40. with the top ers' association certainly ^ to be ) erasing S514. ten bulls av- lambs 19.00. UAVI Vafk Ctarfc Fvfiuinflft HCW l U l M JIOvR UAUKIIIl|» tinued northeast a l o n g the Minneapolis, walked down the Franklin hotel. thoroughfare. plane's aisle and unlocked thej Bryan Barter, who has been ill =*» oosn^-ajjua (.-uuuuiv a 10 DC ; eraging At taat point, police said, the door of ^g coc kpit. ! ^th influenza ard sr:e::r.-.sr.:a, is congratulated for the very sue- i Foaowing the show, on April 11, girls may have been less than an Suddenly Arquilla threw his din- j convalescing at his hrrr.e. cessful Suffolk event it spcrjsored 1-^nSl be the regular annual ban- NEW YORK, (IB ·-- Stocks en- hour from death. ner p i a te into the face of the j x. J. HoUebrar.c. -.v:.o under- in Oskaloosa. Iowa, on Jur.e 3 and ! ouet that evening, and it will prob-' countered profit-taking in the late A surprise medical report after Deputy marshal guarding him and' wen t surgery recent:v at P.rches- ·*- There was considerable L-,terest! £ m y again be held in the Chris-' morning trading after a fairly Tuesday's inquest into the deaths judged for the cockpit door. A , ter) Minn., has returr'ei r.=r.ie and shown in the Suffolk type school tian church dining haH, according strong, moderately active first indicated that a skid row romeo t^i^ janfe in his hand. ! jg ^i O wlv impro%-lr.g. Jo'.-.n Day !5 held on J'jae 3. At this event five : ^ Calvin Cruzen, sale rnanager. ! hotir. was lying when he said he and an -.jjgg Buss sensed someone com- | gj^j convalescing at h-s r.^r.-.e fol- well - known sheepmen discussed j This will be the 13th spring; Noon Dow-Jones averages: In- accomplice tolled the girls Jan. 13 , n g a t her. She rushed through the lowing his corfirener--_ .r. the Ma- the desirable and ur.dssirable · event for the association, while dustrials 477.87 up 0.95; rtfls after a week-long sex and liquor dooi% slammed it shut and hasXa county hosp._al. points of various Suffclks shown." i two fail sales also have been held' 149.25 up 0.80; utilities 70.88 up orgy- screamed for help. j ^ j Beau Geste Farms scored two I m the past two years. ', 0.13; and 65 stocks 169.74 up 0.46. Instead, the findings of Dr. jjjg 170-pound prisoner ranj /* II f. * ' notable events during the month: The terms of two of the associa-1 Midday Price* Walter Camp, state lexicologist, against the door and tried to force'. LOII6Q6 1/01.105 of July - One * the:T1 actually' tion's directors will be expiring] Allied Stores 43% showed the girls apparently died it open. The 107-pound stewardess ] v » w i v » v j v vvi sj^» started in June, wher. an order'this spring, and an election will! Alum Ltd 118 about five hours after they_left held'it shut. j Degrees will be conferred on for a ram cair.e from the Institute be held to fill the vacancies. They j Am Airlines 20% Pilot A. J. Stahel, Minneapolis, some 350 jtucents at me State Asricola Pascua! Babur.zza, lo- are O. D. Summers of Memphis, Am Can 41% ^*"" '"" *~ "* T ~TM-TM - "-' . T.-n.ai- j -^ » - _ .... .. .. . Lojjej their home to attend an Elvis Presley movie Dec. 28. CAMP'S REPORT was based on tests of food particles found Barbara's stomach. The foods told the co-pilot to take over the University of Io-.vp - s ir.id,%-.nter cated at Los Andes, Chile, South Mo., and Alvin Meyer of ed controls and rushed to help the t Commencement exerc.ses^ Satur- America. The ram was promptly Tree, la. in stewardess. | day at 10 a.:.i. in the SUI field- shipped by rail from Oskaloosa,. A new feature of the comin; "All I heard was a scream for ! house, according ,, - - - -- Oskaloosa,. A new feature of the coming sale: to Ted .v.ccar- boarded a boat at New Orleans, ' will be the improvement of facili-' were the same the girls' mother, help and a crash," he said later, j rel, director of convocations. La., and finally reached its desti- , ties at the fairgrounds. Members! Mrs. Loretta Grimes, served her "But I knew what was happen-, Area stuaents who will receive nation on July 25. The animal took ! of the Southern Iowa fair associa-, daughters the night they disap- ing." 'degrees include Jeanne L. Parker the trip well. .jjon this spring are constructing peared. j While they held the door, mar-i of Oskaloosa; Mrs. Nor ma Lee' The other July event occurred ' a closed passageway from the cat- Mrs. Grimes, who appeared at shals tnppsd Arquilla and beat j Grench and Dwayne D. Stone of around the middle of the month., tie barns to the .sale pavilion, so| the hearing to "protect their hon- him on the head with a blackjack. Knoxville; and Keith K. Gold- on about the hottest day of the that cattle coming into the show! or," said Patricia had eaten little, Then they handcuffed him and' smith of Loviiia, all to receive summer a certain Mr. George ring will not be exposed to the that nifht, which oould account! took him back to Hit seat j Bachelor tt.Art* degree. j Athena ot Dallas, Texas, took ajweatber. | SPAPFRflRCHlVE®..-... A T T 175% Archer Daniels 37 Arm III 14% Atchison 24% Bendix 61*4 Beth Steel 180% Case 15% Caterpillar 90% Chrysler 65% Cities Service 63% Columbia Gas «u Pont 1M% _ i n d t i o n HOG CHOLERA Safe Immunity at a Nsir jo* f** Vfccautt jomr Ho ft SAffLY, C*v) i*fiiHii*i * USE THE NEW PUUY-AWtOVIft COLORADO HOG CHOLERA VACClNfl Deveioped, tested *nd released Nader g**cr»| Beot superviiion. No TITUS reactions. No towmij resistance or of f -feed setbacks. No risk at pnmtmt oontaminatioo. Colorado Serum Company is the fine laboratory to offer this raccioe for »k druggists or direct to swioe owners. 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