Herald Carroll, Iowa
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1 SQ^Present As Jecial Mak^ls O-Minute Halt
Pupils Dismissed; Columnist Bearson 'Pleased' Wiin ^Response
By BttJf Writ The "Fr^ndftiip" train, wending its w^y across the nation to pick up supplies to aid the starving people of Europe, made an * unscheduled stop in Carroll about 11:30 a. m. today as the engine took on water.-
On hand to meet the train which is picking: up good tidings for the European relief drive started by New York Columnist Drew Pearson were about 150 persons, including 140 fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade pupils from Carroll public schools.-
Otherwise, the passing of the train went by virtually unnoticed The train, consisting of five passenger cars and seven freight box cars loaded with • wheat, halted here about 10 minutes.-
Mr. Pearson, who* started the "Friendship" train idea by proposing it in his column several months ago, was aboard the train. He told a Daily Times Herald repor
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