' Ne*i Lttte* td WSeyf. ^y^it^V'l-^'l-l^'A';-. 1 ."'. ! .VvS''.:t^; ;;i $&?"&•&-&$$ v.^&"!j% Aigbna post office, accordlHg to PbStrriastef W. W. Sulltvahej Is ad: vancedvto a .rating of first dlass ( : A' Prisoner of War cani$ mall added to If.'S. Emplbyme'ritfpfflce, AAA Office and Fawn Bureau postal business makes additional work aBd- postal credits. .., . PVt. Michael Pfeffer, Aigbna, a prison et of war .is back In the states. .•;;, Lt. Lelghton Misbachy 'At gofta, is home from Eurbpean-war theater and to be. discharged soon.... S-Sgt, Harold W. Wehr- sftan, Whittemore .gunner, has completed 30 missions' over Japs. . .'-, i Spencer Shore, Algona, is in hospital in Germany. . . . "God must have loved the United States, He put so many fine young men in itsi armies." . < . Mrs. Harold Lampright, Algona, heads the American Legion Auxiliary, while Mrs. Fred Peterson, Swea City, heads the'Kossuth county group. . V .*. . Mary Lee Wolf, BurJ, and Bernice Wagneri West Bend, have completed nurses training at St. Arithony's hospital school at Carroll. ..VEdwin Gilmbre, Algona. ' receives commission at West Point. Weds New Jersey girl and reports at Fort Benriing, Ga. . . . There's this to be said for a be- lafed summer. "You appreciate it more when it finally arrives;" . . . N.'C. Rice, Call .theater bond selling agency, is really selling the Seventh War (Loan Bonds... . . _S»*l*<jfGeorge.vBahr, Algona sailor, 'WrlteS^'fte''" '**k«f.it,tt:«rie -'^"BUA'uWiiii. m® "'""Ill 1888 i AMONA, IOWA,- THURSOAY^ JUNE 21,; 1945 Teft Pages MISBACH NEW C. OF C. SIC' attacked. ... Now home at Algona, S; 1-c ;DpUglas^BrpwriJiAyy Radior Man /;3-c;feRcfce*t^>l*airig:? Pfc. ; ; Howard Ggnrlch^Merle.P.ratt received honorable.discharge. ','". . A revolving house",to catch the suns rays, may come' .after the war, It'll be nice when we can all go around together. ... Memorial services were held for Pfc. John.'Lee Stephens, Aigbna Baptist church on June 10. . . . C. R. Schbby,' Aigbna, named to state dairy board.. ... Staff Sgt. Lyle F. Fras6f,: Burt, receives bronze medal, while T.-Sgt, Warren Brones, ;Swea City, receives 'his fourth oak leaf Cluster. Pfc. Vincent -M.' Ellnian, Lakota, receives combat infantryman's badge. . ,';-. Ltr VivlanvBakken, Algona army iiurse now overseas, .writes Interesting letter on VE-day.. . . T.- Sgt Iryin Chapman, of LuVerrie, yetei i ari : ";'of both' wars, to stay ( in service, v ; . Marlyn Bonacker, Tltp^ka,"survives bomber crash in German war area;<V. . War Chest Speaker Capt. John Patrick, of the ,American-v-fleld "service, was an excellent speaker and entertainer before the Kiwanis club and the Io\ya State -Teachers, Algona sununer, ; school assembly Thurs- dayi June 14. "."" " •;"•-•-;•:. -•• ; ''- ••' y't; l-^t- —• : •• • • -i-vv -. BARKERMI5TO H. L OHNESORGE, POSSESSION GIVEN ;H. T. Barker has sold the" Bar ker drug store to H. L. Ohnesorg of peg Moines. who took passess ion Tuesday. Mr; Ohnesorg has been with the Squibb Co f fo the past 10 years, and has bee in the drug business since he wa Was a boy iri.DulbUque, The Oh nesorges have a 14-year-old son Ronaldr They will move to A'l gona as soon as a suitable apart meht con be found... .•-••' Mr. and Mrs. Barker and the! three sons, Dick, Tommy, an Jimmy, plan to leave Algona Au gust 1 for Boulder, Colo., Wher Mr. Barker expects tb go intc Veterans work in which he has had some experience. The mov is being made to get into a coll ege town tb educate the boys an for, ttee ibenefit,,of, -Mr. ^Barker! health; • , The, Barkers came to Algbn ' ... Barker; hastbpefated" a progresi ive drug store and .has also ta ken part in civic affairs, havin served, one, year as president o the Chamber of Commerce. Out of P.W. Camp, Huf Wrecks Car, Only Minor Injuries Bill Huf, who recently return ed from a German PW camp, de molished his car early Wednes day morning, and. was treatec for minor injuries and release from th : hospital, after going t sleep i at the wheel, 'about si: miles north of. Algona. >The car went into the ditch,, turned over several .times, and was back oi the pavement when found. Hu was thrown from the car ani laid on the paving.- He was picked up by pne o the Will boys who happened a the accident occurred. :•,•long about 12:30 : shortly- afte Huffs wife and 4wo childre: live in 'Algona* and^ hisr-p'arierits xeside at LuVerne. •'••;*.•'•!'"'''" has befn>i/Ratient;at'theJKds8uth hospital 5 since'Monday, folio wing a stroke. Called here byvber illness are her children, : Mr. and Mrs.' Francis ' Younker.,; and two children, of -Waterloo- Mr...and Mrs. Clyde, Thaves and daughter of Forest City, and Sgt v L16y4 Thaves; of "Robins, Ga. The I|ed Cross has cabled a son, .Victor, in\: Italy, yrho ':Sas never had ''a furlough,; to'come home since he \^ht Uiitartljie] army three years /ago; next-•August. He had 'been -April.y _ rtc ^ _ :|Simdla^ -':';' T^e"'^^ywriib^';\oiaughter v ''w,' Mrs. Henry B^tellrNancy Ellen: ^received : severe"^burns"^Sunday _jP4prning ,when'-:.;she was-' scalded ™w 18 bucketof boiling water which, her mother and • grandmother, Mrs. Cid Spear, had used for '•Bcalding.phick.ens,.. -;•...,•.-•,.:• The child was not : «fcnown /to 1 have been near until she backed into the bucket of hot water arid fell Into 4t, The pair tipped over and Boakecl her clothing with boiling hot ; water.-^ , Nancy 'vras stripped of her clothing as soon as possible and taken to the Kossuth hospital where she received •treatment for second degree burns on «her :back and l«fgs, She is remaining at the hospital for several days for treat; merit and is getting along nicely, but on hfer return home will be confined to Ijed for some' 'time longer,. Lions Club Hear* IBirf «-.').i>f/i£- ' '.' • •f^'.'rt-'i.'A-- •:.••!. ? . t' : "Calvin "Sarchel grandson of -Mr.- and Mrs.VPres ley;-Sarcheti;^Algdr(a, was killed in -'action 'on- Okinawa' recently according to- word- received by local relatives Tuesday. His aurit, 'Mrs. Douglas Wilden. lef -that .evening for Laramie, Wyo. to ibe,,-withf the boy's: ^parents Mr. and ''Mrs. Verne Sarth'et Mrs, Sarchet was the -• former Grace Phillips, sister of -Mrs Wilden. j Calvin had- just recently.'gom back into active service after being wounded in the Head-in May He w.as aji^orfyAchildi, and hac had. no fOTl'6t®\>>fl|Sme • since ;' went • into • seryjceiitiiree years ago at the age of'!?; i.He and ihis club met at JTptel AJgo« na Tuesday poon f &? the regular; luncheon, • After spme! Seneca: Dorotlify Osborn was hostess to the Sen(«ca Stars 4-H Club at her hbmeJSaturday afternoon. Nine girls^'resppnded to roll call by -telling 'how* many bonds and>'stajJlpe:ithey had purchased-since the .last meeting, anc also telling of a 9)|ange they hac made^in their rooiij, JfcrenailMoore and^ Wanda Olson demonstrated flower arrangements, Margery Moore talked or proper frames for pictures and Mary Patterson talked on the proper use of "Thank you" notes Plans were made for the an.nu(i pothers' tea which was to be helc •at the home of- Jeanne and Dolores Wiiberg on Tuesday evening The girls joined in the singing of 4-H club songs alter which game? played a?id " Dies in Pacific Plane Crash above : is a picture- of ,L Jennings Peterson, who was'Itille May ,7th in the South Pacific i _an' army transport crash. L 'Peterson was. the'.husband pf\th •former: Eleanor Kain, daughter o Mrs,*John Kain, pfcPlum Creek Memorial services-.were held Sun day at a Deis/ Mbmes Luther'a church and Ay ere "Attended by large group of Al|ona relatives Mrs. Peterson will make her hbm in Algona, Having purchased; th Mary C. Kain home. , ,.-. MAURICE DAILEY, 01 • Dul iJCJ/lv 1 • 1/Muu FUNERAL FRIDAY ' Maurice' bailey, prominent S : Benedict farmer, died at his horn Tiiesday, June 19,' following • lingering illness i with cancer o the throat, 1 for which he receiv ed treatment at Rochester "tKre months ago. 1, MX. Dailey was born 62 year agi) • a Cantwell'. 111., but spe'n the''past; 30 •years;at St. Benedic where he^wa§j^elcl:,in 'teem by alT-wJf^knSw:.. Marrie(i;Mary.' Mulert :ay-^uMou^h ^ffoin Me *tt . Vernon .and Alfred" &t e at home arid, a son Irwiri,' diedt in infancy Funeral services will be: held Friday morning at 9 o'clock a the St. Benedict Catholic church with the Rev. Fr. John Neppe in charge, and burial in" the Catholic cemetery.. '",•'• ; "Out" of town felativesl who wil attend the funeral are as follows V 'and Mrs. Tony Eisenbarth of Morgan, Minn., Fred Mulert Pf Owatonna, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mulert of Mason'City,' and" Mr and Mrs: -John ArndOrfer, of 'Algeria. , The twoVMr.-'Mulertsfanc Mrs.- •Eiseribarth and Mrs. AW dorfer' are ; - brothers and sisters o: Mrs.- Dailey.- ' . . ..•? Also>attending the;Tites. wil be -Mr. -'Dailey'S' brother Pat,<,and sisteri 'Margaret, of Athens, 111 Pyt. Robert Diekman Home on With Pvt. Robert 'Diekmann Is/jvisiti ing his .parents, Mr, and Mrs. Free Diekmann at Wesley. He returned home Friday from Camp Hood Texas, and, will lea,ve at the em of a 10 day furlough for ; Camp Howze, Texas. He has qualified an an 'expert with a bazooka^: mortar, hand gre.nade, and bayonet and as a. sharp shooter with the rifle, carbine, .machine gun, rifle grenade and B.A.R, Th:s is rather remarkable because Robert's eyes were badly affected by scarlet fever when- he was a small fooy, but they check perfect vision now'. , . ,. : " • •' \ Robert's brother, Fred,, who was employed $n fre Ipwa State-'Bank jafore going into service,, is doing clerical work at-'the redistribution cent 6 * 9^ Santa 4na, Calif. The boys' jho^her is cAJfrespond- ng :witb 'an Aus|raJiari woman whom 'Fred knew; while in,;Aw§--"-'-Bd"the Wdy rwpntiy.'sent of herself Bn4 of'h^ S r " OPA MEETING FOR GROCERY TRADE SCHEDULED HERE Grocers in Kossuth Co. to Discuss Price Regulations In Algona Tuesday, June 26, at Court House. A series of meetings for the gnw eery trade in connection with the. Grocer-Consum6r ; Campaign ;, nation wide Anti-Inflation been scheduled for the Des Molhies OPA district during the coming weeks. As tentatively annbunce'd meetings will be held in. Ames, Des Moines, Waterloo, Marshalltown, Carroll and Algona. " The: general purpose of the meetings is to seek compliance With the food price •-• regulations-' and" 'the meetings are expected to bis vital in. obtaining: support.: and" •eri'thus- iasm for the : current Grocer-Consumer Anti-Inflation • Campaign. In past campaigns the grbce'rs themselves have been very .active in .pushing thisiprogram and ;• the trade meetings scheduled markka launching of what promises tb^be \the most successful endeavor Vbf '|his kind yet attempted...,' "fe !' ' Algona Meeting: June 2CI,, ;;j Representatives of the; OPA;district, Joe Romano, district',-fpSd price specialist, and .Frank" .<*Z!3jr, secretary of • the Wholesale. ;Fc»bd Institute and - secretary 6f-' ! ..?-t Iowa Retail Grocers' "Asspdiff will be present to conduct-*vU trade meeting in Algona, Tuesdj June'26th, at 8:00 p. m. The.seg- sion will be held in the court room,. Every grocer in •Rq'sEriifjjh county, all -wholesale representa- tives'of food companies and : eveiry' person interested in, the Grodejr- Consumer Anti-Inflation .program should make it a point-tq attSrid this meeting. The importahc|?'pf the; anti-inflation program^ -.cannot be. stressed too highly,'it'.ls' 1 a problem that 'concerns every cpn- s'unier and one which the cb'n-: sumer should help our. solve, to ! the benefit o ..tei-ested elements, that '. which; .s'| arid ithat.'Whlch"buysr:fbod. ' Third of People Have Not Yet Met Bond Pledge By Gene Murtagh The 7th War Loan Drive is entering its final days, and people of Kossuth' county must purchase over $300,000 in bonds if the county quota of $1,498,000 Is to be met. Although ;over three-fourths of the quota has been met by purchases, nearly one-third of the people have not yet met their pledges. A larger portion of the large pledges have been carried out than among those who could afford to invest less in bonds. If all pledges are met the county quota will be met. While the towns have a margin of well over $100,000 over their quotas, the townships are still $8,000 short of 'their portion of the quota. Six;teen out of twenty-eight town: ships have met their quota on the •basis of pledges, but the twelve townships. still .short ..more, .than make up for* the margin over jquota of the townships which- are over. ' :.-' : •.- • '."• \' ' ; ) •-. •" The sixteen'' townships . over .quota on the basis of pledges.are Buffalo, Burt, Fenton, German, Hebron, Irvingtpn. LuVerne, Plum Creek, Prairie. Riverdale, Seneca, Sherman, Springfield, Union, and JWesley and • Whittemore. ! Three townships are withhi 10 per cent of their quotas and have a good chance of meeting their goals, Greenwood, Portland and Ramsey. Nine townships are over 10 per cent behind based on present reports, and they will have to have substantial extra purchases to make good.' The nine behind are Cresco, Eagle, Garfield, Grant Harrison, Ledyard, Lincoln, Lotts Creek and Swea. These townships can improve their standing by extra purchase, and some of them may yet make their goal. Only two weeks are left to carry out pledges in this bond drive, or to make extra purchases, li bond buying is carried out on the average of the past two .weeks, Kossuth will fail to meet its goal. However, many people let things go to the last minute and it is hoped that the next; two weeks will be above -the average in bond purchases. All banks in the county have agreed to loan money -at alow rate 1 of interest to' those who may be short of riioney temporarily to carry out. bond purchases. Anyone expecting money within the next couple of months should take advantage of this generous offer. The banks are anxious to help the bond" drive and are doing everything possible to make the drive a success. 1944 CHRISTMAS SEAL SALE MAKES RECORD IN COUNTY State Sale Surpasses Goa Kossuth Makes Gain o 35 Per Cent and Banks .With;Tbp Counties. Setting the highest record Iowa History,' the 1944 Christma Seal Sale totaled $345,609, a'gai of 24,per, cent over, the previou year. The'.sale exce'eded the stat goal by'-iriore' than $19,000.. Th total sale represented a purchas of 15 seals by every man, woma and child-in, the state.:.,'.-. .,,,.: : :.-KpssU'thf; ; residi6nts made 'avgpO record j in."seal 'purcKases-^ -'lh* th 1944., campaign, when they_rplle ' SapesceStagei' ATDfflpHOME! The tenth annual! Kueck family reunion for. Iowa --and Minnesota was held..Junq 17 at the; country home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L Doddsf Lone. Rock.; A sdrve'd at 1:30 ifo nic- dinner was wed by a tousi-j ness meeting called to -order by the president, Errihia ..Peterson. MWu^s, of' thfe; l. '.last : " meeting w»re,.fead:.9nd;approvj«d. .Letters and several poeins'.were also-read. A, tributewwlijjliide to all the fathers,and;each.wore ,a,red rbseii :Seanjan,:,;f^irsi:'class, James W; Dodds, is < a new': member on the : The cousins J in southern Wisconsin and northerri" Illinois met bii'the sajhe, day .at, .Riverside Park( Janesville, ,Wis.. ,,..',The meeting for 1946 will be held at the country,home of Mr. and Mrs. .Julius Paul, Marshall, Minn. Mrs. George Gollmer was elected president for the coming iyear. and Gladys Paul the secretary. All sang "God Bless America," Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Julius Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Seorge Gollmer, Russell, Marlone and Ann, of Marshall Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Gollmer and Shirley Fay, .Mr, and Mrs, Phil Seiman and Agnes, Vesta, Minn,; Mr, ancl Mrs. Fred Reimann, Harold' aijd Donna Mae, Irene Reimann, Albert Lea, Minn.; Evelyn Dodds, Detroit, Mich,; Mr. arid Mrs, Robert Albright, Meredith, Merrill, and Jo. Ellen, Churdan, [owa; Mr, and Mrs. Maynard iueok, Dwayne, Larry and Lynn, swea .City; Mr, and Mrs. Marvin £ueck and Karen JCay, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Mr, sod Mrs, Melvin Alt, Carl KuecK, Burt; Mr. and Mrs, Henry Kueck, H.ejyin ?n« Betty, Mr. and Mrs- V..---I, Dpdds. Lone Rock; Janies 3od4s t S,ji-c, Minneappiis; Mr. and kfr?, Claude Seely," Kent BBC| Jlaudett, Mr, and Mrs, WilliaRi ppsids ;jn4 Peau, * Mr, and Mrs, ,-Algona, Visitovs WhJttempre, - J i&;repre'sen'ts' t a >: jij3ichase7.'c 18 stamps., i The . county ranke With.vthe; : i.top by j holding "ZSrii. placeTh gains',KJth'.place-in ,tota sal.es- and 24th place per capita •; -Mrs.: f Harold Gilmore" was the county seal sales chairman in 1944 and Mrs. John Jtutohison, of Wesley ; will 1 , head the campaign in Kossutb in 1945. Point Graduate Here ', 2nd ^Lt. Howard Hanson ' came •Wednesday; for a twO days' yisl here .'with .his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. J. :B. Johnston.. Fpllow- iing .Jiis • visit' 'here ; he will: go to Des 'Moines for V few., days . wit! his parents, -Mr. and Mrs, H. W Hanson, before reporting for duty at Fort Mqrimouth,' New Jersey Lt. Hanson graduated this June from West Point along with Lt Edwin Gilmore of here.' He was recommended to West Point by Congressman Paul Cunningham after two years of liberal arts a Drake . University, Des Moines and , almost two years ' of regular army service. . Bernard Hansen, 20, Whittemore Boy, Dies ' Bernard Francis Hansen diec Monday morning at the home o: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernart N, Harisen, six miles northeast o: Whitteniore, It is understood tha' death followed a brain operation He was born at Oyens, Iowa near LeMars, and at the time o: death was 20 years, 6 months anc 19 days old. services Wednesday morning at 9:30 from St. Michael's church, Whittemore, with the Hev. Father ~' ' ' •charge. Interment wa the Whittemore Catholic ceme- Begs Coffee Money But Carries $104, Fined $10, Costs s Herbert Sharp, was hailed into Mayor Frank Kohlhaas' court Tuesday evening on a vagrancy charge after he was picked up on the street for begging money for coffee and drinks. He was fined $10 and costs of $3.93 or an alternative of laying out the fine in jail which he proposed to do. Then it was discovered he had $104 on his person. He was ordered to pay the fine and leave town by noon Wednesday, which he did. Sharp reported that he had had a $10 a day job at the ordinance plant at Baraboo, Wis., "shoveling a'little coal and. ashes." .;.„,..... . ..;„.;,•.;;.,v,.,;;-v,. . . MONGER John 'Jiimger d^eia _. the Kossuth hospital. He had been brought to -the 'county farm last Friday from near West Bend where - he was. working on a farm. . , '. , .... .. ...... Mr. Muiiger was between 85 or 70,. years, «of. age,_but. no- one seems to know ariythmg much about him other ;thah that he was'born in Germany, and had not been naturalized. Apparently! he has no rfeiativeV 'in this couritry,- or theu: ;i :whereabouts Mve'not been leatned. : He was a '.Catholic. ' v . r ;!Funeral arrangements are pending to see if ariy kin can be locaied. TKe body is at the Me- Cullditgh chapel.; •".'•/ ( • Officer* Installed By Soroptimists j.The Soroptimist Club held installation of officers Wednesday noon at their regular luncheon at Hotel Algona, Reports were given by retiring officers and by ihe chairmen of various committees. Officers were reported when elected. Two Algona Boys In Pearl Harbor Two Algona- boys called their parents recently from Everett, Wash., to say they were in port for a short time. The boys are Don Sjogfen,; F 1-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sjogren, and Ray Baker, son of the Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Baker. The atoove picture of the boys was taken at Pearl Harbor. Both boys are on the U. S. S. Callingswbrth. When thty were in Pearl Harbor Don's twin brother, Dean, who is also a fire man first class, happened to b in port arid went to see the boy on the Callingswbrth. The Sjogren boys have been In the service 1 months arid:Ray has been in 1 months, j:-'; '• '•.".:.••' . Prior to going into service Ra; worked for "a", time at the. P.W camp and was employed in Wash ington state fbr a year. .--•''• HOME FROM OVER SEA. WDiTAKE Algdnaiil ti While Brother, b. Foist, Bode, fetebritz. /-.:;; Lt. Le%hton Mtebachi Algeria inayor, who decently re 1 - turiied from, overseas , dtity : > liit England, Ararice and Oermariy, was hired Monday as secr^Wty of the Algona Chamber 6f 'Com* merce, when that group's bbard of directors met at the Chainb^ , office for the! purpose of 1 Jnamingr. a vsuccessor to ef . Al :P,hlllifis,, who resigned receritiy.^ana? Will report at Ottumwa July ?9 ?t6 bfe' secretary, of the ''. ChariiBer b£. Commerce of • that ci1^£:':^M|i'f Misbach will assume "his duties July 4 ? :His wife' aHdxdattgfeterv;« who have been, ' liyiiig ;in: DeiS; Moineg 'while heH was : 'will :' REESESpFAPER 1NOCHEYEDAN, piHiiP : ^ : ^.Mr,;. a.ild'*.Mrs.'' 'Chris .-.'Reese- hayi purchased)"tte^:OcheJredanl Arrow hastlpubMiea' r .. _,.,, 20:-years,. and" feltA obliged;; to S sel. because: of ill*.'hpalth. ;Mr,' 'jRees.e has been connected ^with; the per ,>Des ;Motaesv:slnte. jariuar. 1942,. as .hews i editor ,f pllowjffig "the enlistment in .(the/.U. ,S. <riayy of Russ~ Waller, - ccV-publisher. :pf,.the Upper Des Moines. -The Reesei expect to move;~thfelr ' : househplc goods to Ocheyeclan ' aboiifc : !|0ie 1st, though; Mrs.-Rfiese wijl fe^ main asi chief clerk';in' : p'e ; ;labOr relations office ofithyp, ;W. r c%ip until' the 15th while'a ^ne#;clerjk will be jinstrjictedtiyi' 1 thefatities 'Of the office: i ' mjf; (*\ .. s '• ;:•*' i-;.' MSJ!** ; i '\ r'-: Missing In:^c|6|p|;->V;: ..Vgliie'ca: .VrMr.':' a'nd'- : -MVIrs.j ^( Hanson recdyedcwprd !; frion} ?: :tli§ war department ;JFriday.. eyenins that their son. Cpli'Daryl Hanson, who is'with the first .marine division on Okinawa,-is reported as missing in action. A week ago the Hansons - received a 'telegram stating that their son, Arnold,* ivjljo :s with the 43rd-infantry division, :s hospitalized having received a broken leg whil^ in: action. THMKA BOYS MET IN SOiJTIf PACIFIC FOR CHOW ON MOTHtR'S DAY .. Pridr tbV enterhig ';the ".Lt. Misibach r had served city council, in addition .to mayor,:'and .was in 'busines his father in the Misbacte ; Clothing -Go',, which was IbcSted y:ih the Miabach building wftere-th¥ National-; Tea Store is ri6v/;. v His busineSB' 1 - connections arid :$".. army • training qualified : him toifill'Mfe new- position .ably.: " :'^':\.f. ;^i;'Mr. and'Mrs. Misbach "werevin. Algpnatlast 'Week' visithig ^relatives and, friends. The forhieti who. has been.; ; with ,the^fiith££i force, will 'receive his honorablfi discharge in rSeptembe^S=iaftei; serving 18 ; months oyerseasV"K41 months in England, 7 i'"an|i.": f seven, i mbnths in, France^ Qefhiany J; afi(l' -Luxembourg. : ;. : . v'. ; . - :"-'-'"';.. !*l~- : ~y$*i.$;. He /was unusually -. >i fortunate:! in 'meeting^ a number ;.; of iJAlgpoafci people i while .overseas! .'-.'.'-fie :-saw:'; his brother; , Lt. Lawjence-'Mis-, 1 ; bach, . iril-Lbridon .two': ".pr :! thfe&: times. -; Ke.cent word frotti 1 : JiSMgj; : rence ^stated' • tiiat he ;;had|,bpmt on. a ' siglit ' seeing ' : trip ' in;;Berlin.i •While 'in 'ttie ' Par]s ^^cinity^h LelglitpriAsaw .his :brpther-hi-la/w;; jprts of i daughtgr : \Harry: .Bode, vjjip ecteia soon rarice; : !)>ut':; ! scarcely, believe : ;• hicl eyes he saw Richard ((Dick) Post? S~' crpss ; the strjeet. Tb.e 'boys bome.:folks 'and pictures ;of their ren, who Jtiad arrived went overseas, Richard is - navyv'and was Stationed -,>'a.t time: at Bordeaux, : France, > Lt. Jylisbach went> overseas, the saine ship witb^Lt, ARMS elersen, who was vlafer killesl ; plane accident: near Much. CpwnJrjfv Leighfcon's wprte -(yas Iwith- 'the; supply departjnentr "' ' «,- ^ Interment was made in Group of Nine Left SnelUng . ljpwjng wen J?ft Jijne ?0, tha trimmlncs.' TV^*" ; ™$$;?%?f?&i$$*:''. nd«^«Mn«i '
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