Curtis Joseph Weingartner drafted, leaving Apr 15 1941 for barracks

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Curtis Joseph Weingartner drafted, leaving Apr 15 1941 for barracks - JEFFERSON CITY POST-TRIBUNE , j coupons'for the...
JEFFERSON CITY POST-TRIBUNE , j coupons'for the Swedish housewife to tear off at her store include those coffee, bread, butter,, cooking f a t s , meat and tea. Fuel of kinds, gasoline, coal and i s much more difficult .to and buy than a bottle' 'of perfume. All private automobiles are driven by charcoal gas-generators. Only cars to the defense staff or corps still burn gaso shortage i s so acute that it was necessary to hot w a t e r , in priytte altogether. Only a few of m o r e - fashionable tailor still can boast of.-pose- British textiles. It is t h a t textiles and leather .including shoes, soon be rationed. September, 1939, prices o o d s t u f f s in Stockholm have by more than 32 per cent. the latter part of 1939 the prices of imported food were responsible for the increase, while last year continued increase wasdue prices of agricultural informed opinion is that war still prevents Sweden r e s u m i n g norma. sea trade England and both Americas, real pinch will be felt in late spring. 1, Sweden remains a haven rest in a war-torn Europe. is no blackout and Stockholm at night, with its electric display w i n d o w s ' and is an unforgettable of clean, modern and expensive living. -STUDENTS ME 7 CITS High School Students Also Walk Away With Five Second Piace Awards at Warrensbung ^CALIFORNIA, Mo., April 10-The music department of the California high school .took seven first ratings and f i v e seconds at the W a r r e n s b u r g music contest. The first places went to Billy Less, trombone solo; bas-j soon solo, Lucie Jeflries; bari-' tone vocal, Billy Todd; saxophone solo, Don L. Heidbredei" i Madrigal and Boys and Girls I Giee Clubs. Second place ratings' to Wade Shipley, cornet solo; band, chorus; brass trio and woodwind trio. Charles Zey and his' brother, Andy Zey,-on Monday completed a job of sawing 70,000 feet of lumber; mostly red oak on. the farm of- Denver Enloe near the Rock Enon Church. Enloe used much of the lumber for construction work and 10,000 feet of the lumber was brought her e by the Zey brothers. y Among the appointments of city officials made by the city council and by Mayor George P. Stegner is the new city assessor, A. J. Allee, who succeeds W. A. Baker. , Other officers who were reappointed were: F. ; 'H. Hert, city clerk; V..F. Carpenter, treasurer; -L.' P. Embry, attorney; James Kiely, street commissioner; Dr." H. R. Popejoy, physician; Frank H e r f u r t h , cala- boose keeper; I. .C. Mueller, engineer. Two new aldermen were present at the organization meeting of the council Monday night. They are George -Hess, ward 1, and Aaron L,unceford, ward 3. The new committees were named as follows: Streets and alleys--Crum, Lemen aricPHess; finance--Lernen, Latham, Hess; building a n d grounds -- L a t h a m , Lunceford, Gainer; Ordinances and print- ing--Gainer, Lunceford, Crum; board o£ health--Latham, Gainer, Lunceford;, cemeteries--Leme, ''Cr'um, Gainer; claims -Lunceford, Latham, Hess; Harriet Taylor Cemetery fund--Lemen, Crum, Gainer. ' The council designated Monday April ,14 as clean-up day, to haul trash away from the al- 1'eys. William F. Sylvester, son-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cole, has received a civil'service appointment as ground inspector for the Civil Aeronautics Administration. He will be at Jackson, Miss?, and will inspect 22 avia- tin schools in Mississippi and, 10 in Louisiana. He was principal of a public school at San Antonio, Tejf, .· A marriage license was issued ,to Ned P. Sims, Jefterson City April 10, 1941 and Lena Elizabeth' Renfr'ow, Sedalia, 'April 5. Eldon Wilson Lehman and, Ruth Elizabeth Meyer were'0 married early Palm Sunday morning by the Rev. J. C. Bierbaum, Evangelical minister.- Nine draftees will leave from Moniteau'county April 15 for ferso'n Barracks. They are Geo.O ;Robert · Sweenhart, Bascom Harlan Hines, Flmer Morris Allee, Clayton John Weissenbach, Everett Kelly Potter, Uel Richard Howard, Curtis Joseph Weingartner, Leonard ' Arthur* Wallenmeyer, Carl William Strickfadden. Abundant plant life is contained in the ocean down to about 400 feet. All animal lifje i n sea depends on it for existence. 'Tin looking my YOUR EASTER HAT with flowers, feathers,veils! Pedaline-braids, rough straw in black and navy; I.C9 ·t ~- £~~^.- ' v /

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  2. 10 Apr 1941, Thu,
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