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ana UteM ift N«*t L*tt«f to theJSdyg. ggt-^Wiliiam R. goiiay riec&vfes p*e^d«ftt citation Mfh Nittth Air Force. V--.Y.- Lts. |4ghteir-A^attls, Arns/ Sleugsey: ffl& Phillips are onA their/: way hoMe or* nave 'arfivM hpmfe from prisoner of Wtti cam^s in Ger* jnariyT . .-..'Russell Thorpe, for-, ftierly of Algona, now at Ames, is tep6rted as .being hoffie from"a ferlisoherof warcamp.. *.Sgt William HofjVpf LuVerne afld Al, gdria, has also returfied home .from !&i prisoner of w.6r ,canip. . . . Ciarles,fLehm8n, F6rd dealer, at Vlriton, 'and' formerly of Algona, '(Sleet,recently of,a heart attack. , »•, President Truman ,has appointed Gen. Omar Bfa'dley to head the Veteran admlhistratibn. Bradley headed the • grbup inEurope; ;12th army Pfd. Lyle Fitch, soft -of Mrs. IV W* Harison. Algeria.; was killed in action on Luisoh, May 16, , . . S-Sgt. Lyle Steven, Aigoha. back from England and on a 30-day furlough.,., The old gibe, that the generals die In bed evidently is rio.longer supported by any statistical proof, for. the officers of the arriiies and the navies^ttf/aUtHe'belligerents seem to appear on .the casualty lists in ilair ?prlSportiori -to their numbers* '?"* SfiWe. (Richtod ;C6wan, Algorta, glye$ combat infantryman's badge In CSe6hosldvakia;.". Y Lt. Wriyne i,, ;.sbtt.* of-.' Mr., and". Mrs,- strom,• Algona,', reported lied- in •action on- March>20, 1645,' to.,Yugoslavia, i .. Tf-Sgt. Ml- iMiourtney, Algoria; ^p"hie from CrYta^d:-'o^e-halta:;yea'rs*- in f$h& wcev pV'-15day,furlough. ; Last assignment was south Pacific.; \-t . L Pfcv,(C3rene Wr'ay, Algona. and Cpun- cU ^Bluffs,-; home; from Italian! war, ere'a.'ii'i. .Many German prisoners are -Being processed .from other ,U. S.%>risoner of, war.camps to the local ,'oamp to- be -reassigned to side-camps in Minnesota, North Dakota, .arid'various points in lowai .principally .to'help :iri food production and processing. .... S-Sgt, Clifton (Phillips, Jryington, has /been returned to && States irom' Jtndia..'..,,..,..,.Sgt... Howard Wiile, Luverne, writes an Interesting 'letter .of .Qaha island in Hawaii-' • ..'-.. Mrs. !.Earl Ellsworth of Emmetsburg, district president, and -.Mrs. Leo Laird, state presl- deriti ;; lrom, (Rockwell,.City "of the American .Legion Auxiliary headed ;a; large auxiliary meeting rat Burt, June 12. . . . Sgt. Kenneth D. ^ Wichman writes'-' his ;wife, the former, Delores.Grotte, Algona,, of •theiGerman atrocities in' cpncen- tratidh'camps, Which':hlsibattalion helped liberate. ..... things that "must be, done 'Before sad eyes Can see the sun;; a •golden symbol of life to toe when 1 victory dawns and 'men are free;-/When once 'again; the 'earth shall bloom; arid'springtime chase a.wajr' the -" " and voices .lull- oldoyj shall ****™-^'^mj&j&c- *~-'^ Vf&ffiKrifviZJi cameitrue; > s . v ; R v !;J. former .".Aigoha.: attorney, Iran, vpromoted to the' rank df ' ' '' ' ' ' iKESONMRTNER •Halph Dickman, of Minneapolis, has purchased a half interest in the-Algona Baking company, "from P.:iL.! Rice and expects to take oyer here within the next week or^ten days, Mr, Dickman is experienced in the baking business from >all angles. Mr,' Rice,* w'io has owned the bakery since 193'.', felt it necessary to make the change in order to relieve., him from some of the many duties in- yolved in :jthe management, -He Buffered a heart .attack several mpnths since .arid his physicians /advised him to 'fease up" on ac- tryijties. He is recovering nicely •'' the recent attack. spais^^ PW ! ^S»^^:;*l!|gm^ i •; •>; :^i»jy>V; „;,;. .. l*^w»»KS<s'w3 : ' ; 'ii • • ;•- •• -itie^Tiifij.-.-:^ • • •..•jt---- : .-- • :'^'1;^.••^:;M^:.. ; S'^•:^lM?SsasiI ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1945 Portland Boy Drowned In Buffalo Creek Tuesday Pvt. Michael Pfeffer; Iti States •Mr. artd iMrs. Mike Pfeffei;, farmers living 5 miles east ;of Algona, received a 'telephone call Tuesday morning from their son, Pfc. Michael iPfeffer, who had just arrived \ in ;,New ,Tfork from j seas. He said he was 'assigned to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., and 'expected to be home within the next week or ten days. -Pfc. Pfeffer was a prisoner of war in Germany the past 11 months and liberated last month. ' , , Pfc. Bfeffer has been in the service since April 2, '1942, and overseas since May, 1944. On June 20, 1944,- he had written his par r 'ents that he -had been awarded the purple heart and they received it 01* July 6, 1944. There are two other. Pfeffer sons in'ithe service, Pfc. Henry D. Pfeffer-and Pfc.-Francis Pfeffer, both of them serving overseas. BIBLE iSCHOOt ; CONTEST WINNERS : i$pi£ 'SmAtoff ^^ina]— r , —_ —,,—. W ^ 7T ^ T —^.^ yindirig aii^ijBooks^of-ithe;I Bible .clontest . ,wer^>Jield;'V: ; ;T,H"eWV "'Sb'W tests ; are /annual*: affairs T : in :.the . . , tests ; are /annual*: affairs Bible school. •The winners 'of : . the , two .'contests were: 'Reference finding champion, ; 5th. and 6th grade, Marjorie Richardson;- 7th- and 8th grade,. 'Marlene Gillespie. Books of the Bible contest champion, 5th and 6th grade, Marjorie. Richardson; 7th and 8th .grade, Jimmie Lindhorst. The church- -was packed with parents and friends who came to share in the program and see the exhibits, ••••• - , Casualties for Two Henry' JbhanrisenVhadj to have six stitches : taken in his- Tight wrist Tuesday • when •' a piece in the Lusby & Giossi front, which is being remodeled,' crashed on him and a nail, tore ,his;flesh. Wednesday -morning Bu'di Robinson, who is working for Mri-Johannsen, had the end of hisi ;thumb smashed while he ; was, breaking some blocks, ancj the tip^'had to be removed. > ,.y • . Algona Post Of lice Is Advanced Now to a Rating of First Class •""i • ''-'':•- " •*'"-"*'"• . ' ' ' •--:-.-• -....•• • . . •'';.' The. Algona post office has been elevated frpm the rating of second to first- class according to JPostniaster. W. 1^, Sullivan, This an iridjcstion; that the postal receipts of "the office e4 }n the past year clasg rating is based up- receipts through the stamp , «?Wef>y, And it might be herJ, to*,that the receipts e, poi| : i»pJce: of a tpwn is a gpfd. ;}ndl<?at<onS4g 49.-: the a, Moore commissioned postmaster. Following him in succession as postmaster were Amos Collitis, H, F. Watson, Lewis H. Smith, J, H. Warren, and Col, R," H. Spencer. .During the first Cleveland administration in the '80s, T, H. Lantry was the postmaster and the office was located in the Galbratth building;now pccupjed by the Council Oak store. 7 During the H Harrispn administration following, Milton ."Starr -was , .ppsi;- master ^ and, the ollice. located -in ( theb.u|jding,. ; nowi occupies by RITES FOR CLYDE D.MARHNHERE SUNDAY, JUNE 17 iSoh of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin Died in Philadelphia. Ill Nine Years. Built First Radio in Algona. Clyde D. Martin, 39, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin, died Tuesday. June 12, at a hospital in Philadelphia after an illness of nine years. Cause of his death was empiema. He had undergone several operations and for the past two or three years had -been bedfast. However, despite his confinement, he was still- actively. Employed by the.Philcp Co. at the time 'of his death. : Built First Radio In AUrona Clyde was born May 6, 1906, near Algona, on a farm in. Cresco township. He attended country school, but the'family' moved to Algona in 1920' so he could attend the city schools and he was graduated in 1925. . 'When was was 14,years old he built the first radio in Algona and throughout his. lifetime radio was his work and a.yocation. He was graduated fronv"IoWa State college in 1929 and went from there" to Schenectady, N. Y., with General Electric. Later he was with RCA Victor and Westinghouse. Always interested insscientific research pertaining to his work, Clyde took advanced study at the University in Philadelphia, but became- ill three weeks before he was to have -graduated with a Master's degree. Married Mary Ann Coate On May 29, 1939, Clyde married Mary Ann Coate of Monroeville, N. J., at Hadenfield, N. J; She -is a distant Relative of Miss M. Ji Coate, assistant librarian/To the Martins was born one son, -.William-'Raymond,' 5.. < •'•' 'Funeral services''will -be held'in ;ona Sunday -. afternoon at 2:30 •'-" ^ief MjlHodist • chjtfchy-"* 1 * »_.-4y^of in RivendeWj-at Clyde's request. Mrs. 'Martin' and: son Will "be'.accpmpanied to Aigoha" :by hdr torotheri Harlari Coate. , Besides his wife, son, and part ents, Clyde is survived by -a brother, Lloyd, of Algona. Another brother, George Thomas, died in infancy. As a boy here Clyde had many friends, and his ability was always recognized. He had made •progressive success in his life work despite health that did not equal his keen mind and ambition. Father Is HI Clyde's father has been a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge since Monday, i receiving treatment for-a heart, ailment, but will be brought home the last of the week. Either the Lloyd Martins or Mrs. W..L.IMartin have been with him since then. GET COAL WHILE It was 9 o'clock Tuesday eVS' ning when Ira Kohl, chief of ,th% Aigoha fire department, received a call from Burt asking help, tb bring grappling hooks and inhalator, that a boy Wad dr'owned in , Buffalo creek brfJ the Victor Fitch farm, about fi-mtles' northeast of Burt; Chief Kohl, Earl Spragile, Chester Willey, Gleftn Crilly and Craig Virisoh answered the call and were on 'the scene/at 9:30. They brought the inhalater but had no grappling hooks .afld while, search for. the body'of, the boy was going oh in the swollen stream there was nothing' the-.Idial boys could do. They .returned' to Algona and in the meantime grappling hooks »had been provided from Britt, Humbbldt ! and neighboring towns ahd the Algona firemen returned to the -Scene of the drowning and 'helped drag the creek until 3:30 Wednesday morning; " .:"••••:.-•,•.•-•-••• -.: Portland Boy Victim Dale Howard .Moore,' 13,-Portland farni boyy was ;l the.'.victim "of the cold currents of the creek in about "15 feet of water. It'•seems that a group of •Titonka scou'is, in;charge of Scoutmaster .Harold Gartner, had enjoyed 'a picnic' on the 'banks of Buffalo creek iii which'Dale had taken part. Later in the evening some of the boy's decided on having a swim in the creek. Six of them slipped away and : though the water: was high, cold, and the current swift, they entered for a swim. It is thought that Dale was taken with cramps an4 he sank out of sight. Nearby hands grabbed him in an effort to pull him out, but he fought to the extent' that the - boy. who grabbed his arm was forced,/.to, let go for fear ol being pulled into the depths, too. , • -, 1 Started Searching The boys hurried to the picnic camp and word was rushed to the Fuel dealers "report that many coal users still .are risking chilly homes next winter by delaying properly signed Consumer Declarations and. orders for fuel, Jim 'Pool, Kossuth committeeman lor the SoUdlFuel Administration, said today; • "Persons who delay' filing properly signed consumer declarations and orders for coal not only risk not being able to get coal when they need it next fall, but may not be able to get their full •share. >of the available fuel next winter. "Due to our. military successes in Europe, nwnylpeople apparently hflve been lulled into a feeling of security that is. not justified by the facts about'the fuel shortage. The defeat of Germany will not end the fuel'shortage, <• :V,• '- f,. "Consuroerg who buy and coals now; r^ceo; in Missouri, Kansas and «jaj§ .produced in District >l 5, get a lull gupply fv? next wij """"""" wbe buy «»d store ' 'L _._' ii.^W'M , , -,.,,»ow 20, has , „.,....,.„ ,,*wyy*;Since July of ,,J,:an4tooJfe big beet timing - f B|T8jBUt, ; Idato^, vR 9 Jjts been it. Leighton Misbach Home From Europe ilM^VHMlf^^MtlVi nearest telephone asking help in searching for the body. Burt, Britt, Algona, Titonka, neighboring towns were called* in an effort to secure hooks and instruments to help in the, search. Three boats were brought to the scene and from the time of the drowning at 8:30, Tuesday evening, until 10:30 Wednesday morning, when the body was recovered, about 100 feet from where he was last seen, there were several groups of men in boats diligently searching the current for ;the body. Those who finally, recovered the boy were Verle Nelson, Jay Graham and Edward Smith. The six boy swimmers were Donald Budlong, Richard and Robert Downs, Keith Stott, Keith Bruns and Dale Moore. Dale an Orphan Dale Howard Moore was born October- 13;'"1931, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore, Portland township., The" (father was .killed in a runaway'team' accident 'in- 1036 "and the mother died in 1941 after a lingering illness. In charge 6f Lavant Moore, the eldest brother, the Moore farm is operated, and their homes made there, by the Moore brothers, Clare, Dale, Roger and Rollo. The latter two are the youngest and twins. Stanley Moore, another brother, helps With the work of his grandfather's, Charles Phelps, farm. Another .brother, George, is serving with the armed forces in Germany. 1 A sister, Mrs. (Anna -Mae) Merviri Bristpw,' lives in Algona. Another sister died in 192.7-.S' Dale attended school in Portland .township District No. 1, was an ...eighth grade pupil,•> and had passed his' examinations with an all A grade. He was a likable youngster and the tragedy brings sorrow to the community. COUNTY HOSPJTA NO. 1 PROJECT POSTWAR PLANS ; The" Post. War i planning' Board called a- county-wide m'eeting for Wednesday evenirig -and, the session was held last night at the Burt high school. T^eMeeting was called in,order that •Determination for at least one post war project might-be arrived, at; 'All sections of the,, county jtferev represented. Several projectsv. were discussed but -project. No. 1 ^s'eems to : be in keeping • v w}th the national post •'-'• ~ " -*"' i: -'"-%hospital facJU'ties ' genera war r - project' " county-'Msplt&lpfor£th,e .:• f O^lpwing reasons: • ';..*. : i'-^': . i i'-.' '•.'•••<•• r> 1.—Adequate hospital 4 facilities are needed.- " , 2.—The most . people in the county can be served by a county hospital. 3.—The cost of hospitalization can be kept lower with a county hospital. ,, ,4.—-Present government hospital eautement and grants would be available for a. county hospital. *,It was agreed that a countywide hospital committee should be set up to sound out general public opinion and to be assured of 100 per cent co-operation from all groups in the county and then to proceed further as their own judgment directed. Algona Boy Saw USS Franklin Attacked It will be remembered that some time ago one of our fleet units in the south Pacific sank two big Jap toatttewagons, the Yarmato and Agamo, as well as damaging seriously numerous ••> other craft with the Jap unit. Aboard one of the United States ships which niade this attack was George Bahr, Sl-c, SOQ pf M_r, an<J Mrs, John 8ahr, of North Lantry street, Al- aona. Seampn Bafer also writes Qiat Ws shlg was. negr when, the Cftrrief FrajiWin was at T it take its hits Algona Boy Killed On Luzon May 15 Mrs. P. W. Hansen was notified by the government, June 3, that her son, Pfc. Lyle.-Fitch, had been killed in action on the island ol Luzon on May 15. He ;had been in the service since February 3, 1941, and had been overseas about four years. His father, Edward Fitch, lives at Sexton. SUIT FOR DIVORCE FILED, GRANTED THE SAME DAY Rhoena Elizabeth Behse. filed suit for divorce in district court Monday of this week against Clyde 'R. Behse, who waived appearance and Judge Harry -E. Nary granted the divorce the same day. The couple was married here July 19, 1944, and lived together until the action was started. The .plaintiff charged cruel and in* human treatment during the past •five months. She,also asked for the custody of her two daughters, Wantalee' Arvilla Runchey, 16, and Sharron Kay Runchey, 7, as weir as ajl" right, title or interest defiant • might claim in her real and personal property be severed and that her ijanie of be restored, K. OF C. COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR Wm. A. Barry, Sr., Retires As Grand Knight; Local Council Growing; Over , 100 New Members in Year. At the regular meeting of Algona Council Knights of Columbus Tuesday night, officers for the year, July to July, were elected as fallows: Chaplain, Eev. M. ' J. Mallinger; Grand Knight, William Barry, jr.; deputy grand knight, Matt-Amphar; recording secretary; Wade P. Hanson; advocate, Roman B. Wilhelmi, Wesley; -chancellor, Clarence K. Borrriann, ,,St,; Jde; warden, Dr. R.. J. Thissen; inner guard,' Kenneth Dooley; outer guard, iMike Wagner; trustee to succeed Dr. Karl Hoffman, Mel B. Griffin. Delegates to the state convention were Grand Knight Wiliam Barry and Past Grand Knight C. H. Ostwinkel; alternates, Raymond Besch for Barry and Fred Kollash for Ostwinkel. Showing Good Growth The local council has shown a good growth in membership with over 100 members in 1943-44 and over .100 members in 1944-45. Two classes' were initiated this year, one in.iFebruary and one in April, and oil Sunday, the 17th, 26 candidates from the local council..will be. given the three degrees with a class at Ft. Dodge. Arangements have been . made with 'building engineers to check up the walls and the basement of the old Call theater building, recently purchased by the K. of C. with a view to proceed with planning for the-erection of a home and club room for the local council as soon as priorities in material may be secured. Anderson Takes Bad Fall From Roof • worseVi.He • was; puttiSgi spnie on. the roof of' a -hog house about a week ago, when a gust of wind threw him off balance and he slipped on some tar and fell 10 feet,, landing on a rock pile. An X-ray revealed no broken bones, but Joe stayed in bed a day and still has some aches and pains. However, he feels plenty lucky that at 74 he could have such an accident and not be more severely hurt. The Andersons have been living in the Mrs. George Dale home since they sold their home and acreage. Mrs. Dale is with a daughter. • LAURITZEN TALKS TO LIONS Supt. Lauritzen spoke at the Lions club .meeting at the . hotel Tuesday noon. He outlined some of the varied duties of the county superintendent's off ice and in conclusion he asked that all .of the listeners support any constructive bills in the field of education. •Kiwanian Alf Kresensky was a guest at the meeting and spoke briefly about the war eldest speak* er and program to be held Thursday. W, B. . Curtis was program chairman. Dean Kohlhaas Phones From West Coast Dean Kohlhass, QM 3-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, telephoned his parents from San Francisco last Friday, having just returned on Thursday from the Okinawa area. He said he had a 48^hour leave and intended to look up his brother, Bob Kahlhaas, Ph. M. 3-c, and now stationed at Mwe island, in the San Francisco ftay, serving in /the navy hospital. Dean had hoped to have enough time !» make a trip to A4gpna but he said thftt was owt t that his shig was 4ue to le^vs'spto Shortly |or (he ftghtjng area. . enUsted in' the navy the day ioUowing hj§ the. academy fteff ,}n May .<>t He tofllt'bQQt trairujig to at Algona Boy Makes 28 'Missions Over German Targets An Eighth Air Force Bomber Station, England.— Standing in front of his Eighth Air Force B- 17 Flying Fortress is 1st Lt. Wayne G. Zeigler, 20,- Algona, Iowa, copilot, who had a part in Germany's defeat'while flying 28 missions with the. 385th .bombardment group commanded by Col. George Y. Jumper; Natomai.Cal. A member" of".' the world's mightiest air force, which, according to Field Marshal Von Rundstedt, former German western front 'commander in chief, "shattered 'our supply ,lines and upset air efforts to move our defense .forces," Lt. Zeigler holds the air medal "with three oak- leaf clusters to "that medal lor "meritorious achievement" during his missions.:;, ji??;,'.. .- ... . . , Son 'pi-M*; and Mrs. Wilbur J. Zeigle^. route 2, Algona, he is a •graduate- of-Algona - -high- school. Prior to (entering the AAF in October, 1942, he. helped on his father's, farm.;-. He -received, his wings, at Stockton, Cali,-; iii- April; • yt *Z^!*>i£"' i - >y v '^,-4?i WELTER JOINS COUPLE TfCE It probalbly' doesn't occur too often that a minister, justice of the peace or other constituted authority joins the same, couple in marriage twice. But that is an experience which Justice Delia Welter met on Monday of this week when Mr. and Mrs. Donnell Fields, of Mankato, JVIinn., .called at her office and asked to be married. It was on January 11, 1941, thaj.-ij,ustice Welter; i joined this couple Iri their first :marriage experience. In the meantime, Mr. Fields, had joined the army, had served overseas 32 months. His experiences from a health standpoint in ithe service had affected him to the extent that he thought perhaps it was-better that his Wife divorce him, , and .this was done several months ago. Then he was given a medical discharge and upon afiving home the two of them decided to re-unite and Justice Welter read the marriage ceremony, for them a second time. Another experience befalling Justice Welter, through marrying another couple, was that of Mrs. Virgil Kaluza, of -Minneapolis, writing last week and asking that the justice give her a certified copy of the marriage record because her husband had been killed in action in Germany, April 17. Both of these couples were young. Have i you bought your. Seventh War Loan Driye Bond? C. A; PHILLIPS SECRlTMHERE PASTflVEYEARS To Report On New Job 9thj Etas Fine Record As Official He*e; Family Popular. After serving as secretary to the*,: Algdna Chamber, of Commerce nearly five years .C. A, has ; been "called,- and 1 III ill cepted, a like.pdst;with the Cham^- / ber of Commerce? at Ottitmwa, lat In every ;sehse. : the chainge' i^ja- promotipn' .for Mr. j*h,i|iips, • Itj;isV . a larger field, Qttum^i'shavingJJa population of over": 33,000; \isCvii thriving and , growing city , cojn-- ; taining.many industries. He plans ; on taking;, over on July 9. |»| : | '' ' Mr. -P.hillips has served' a retafyiiere since -October, ,. and"hei has made abundantly go6p, in the office/ He was responsible r for the dinners for 4-H clab.'B^^:; and- girls, for' n'ewcom'er partie^ji' and other get-together affairs*', with a view to establisfiing Betteir;: social and. understanding rer between Atgona and the' cultural interests of, the. .. Chamber was the : of ; a room .and apartment for ; workers ; and : ? S^l new housing ' record of activities 'by -the ^ ber f ;thrbugh the -efforts ,• ot '' secretary-is .exceptionally fine.^-1-;.^ ; .Family Popular"" '•'f':-" 1 'f The C. ^A. Phillips f amUy ' has-*'; proved an asset to Algona as During the past several;.years Phillips has directed the Meth choir arid during the last seinesteV headed the ivocal musical depart--: ment of 1 the high, school; '^ciarK-'r Phillips,' youngest son in the fain-f ' ily,-' a ne?ct -•' .year, popular "with~;his classrriates" has'a fine: record in high saiool.;' athleticjs, basketball and:.:foptbaUl;; actiyitiles.. And the Phillips h8v¥< two ;sbrisi in tjie service.^j'ijst Lt.\ William" Phillips, wife; and baby now 'at Ft;' Benning, Ga., and,Firs* Lt. John Phillips, a f ormer prisoni, er of .war in,= Germany,': ''but now; •/. on' liis.wayjhome^ • ' '•..' r ':'',?/, i -"i-^.*-;. lt'l's r r*gre't;tableVthat C, A; Pha- Ups/arid his family are about tp leave: Algona*/ It is a family :w*Jlcli' rated high in Algeria, has the friendship and held in. high • rev spect and • esteem by Algona citizens and all who knew then? Ji? Kossuth, The community is unanlw mous in wishing Secretary :C,:&; Phillips and his family continuedl success and, the best w life ;1|>' their new home. ' :i : m Glass Gashes Lc/ff r»nalirie Aliig, who is at P, S. Norton & Son, received cut pn her leg Tuesday nuxr^ which 're«}«ired three -.clamp> close, whei\ a piece of glass leU over on her leg, Kossuth Seventh War Loan Drive Passes Million Mark of Quota ••'-'.. '. .''•" ,-.-'• ' "•'••.-'.'••• ';. .f;''?-;..^ 1 '*.;-t.H.:;':':';: : :--.-. : >;-:i.r- : i-.-- ; y:.E,"-''» BY GENE MURTAGH County Ctairman 4 pne sBt'ef every three persons who promised tc fewy bonds M hfye pajsetj fte $

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