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Holds :o instead LAWTON, Feb. 18--James F. Wanink, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Law ton, has arrived from Calif., for a furlough. Cadet Wanink received his wings at February 6. He bears the of second lieutenant in the air force reserves. He is a graduate of Lawton high school. At the farmers' meeting held at Lawton high school February 12 with instructions from Michigan State college as speakers, addresses on farm problems of war time were heard. Edwin Chase, Bangor, soil conservation chairman for the county, presided. O. E. Shear and D. G. Ebenger were the speakers. A surprise dinner and party was given Mrs Millie Morford when her Mrs. John Burns, Paw Paw; her daughter, Mrs. Claude Brooks, Mattawan, and her granddaughters of Kalamazoo, Jackson and Lawton, gathered to help her enjoy the day, February 15. Mrs. Morford has lived with her daughter, Mrs. Bert Brody, for a number of Mr. Brody di^d two years ago and she has remained in the Diabetics