The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on April 28, 1942 · Page 3
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Tertf Bonlta Johnson returned her fal card. was a Junior Red Cross propect. Mary Gunderson, Doris Holdefer, Margaret Jean Butterworth, Mar- John Brayton treated the class rid!tor-lri-ehlef-B6fothy saxby. on his 'birthday. House Krupp—The old caretak Hobgoblin Hdnse". ^'P! g , t>rl8c lila Carter—the pres :i j Carter—Her niece, fill Carter—Marian's younge ;fifi 'fftttk Harlow—Marian's fiance ack Lorlng^-Jill's fiance. tilan Jarkins—The iflkeeper' "UengHsh teflry Goober—The darky gard elllfth Worts—The dark cook, inebeard Bronson—An escaped lac. 11 Wilklns—His keeper. 16 headless phantom—??????? fenty of excitement for every- as well as a lot of laughs. tO P. M. Reserved Seats R. H. udltorium. ttWlal-.Miss Gleasoa Iwplng >kkeeplng class has been Ing bank statements, deposit. fl, check records, check books, IBS and receipts. We started tr second practice set Mon- Ing students are '^111' work- t the card project, Lorraine sent In a 40 minute speed 1st Friday. She.'Jropes she et her award. '.".'"•' '• v History v d History students are g the countries which will We have started a new subject in our literature class—short stories. We are reading stories from Robert Louis Stevenson. Next week we will hand in an original short story of the super-natural type. Once more we settle ourselves aown to common everyday work. We started a chapter on "pronoun- elation." Junior High Bluebirds The following received one-hundred in spelling last week: Donna Blomker, Lyle Madsen, Jack Paul* son, Violet Thorn, Joan Christiansen, Roger George, James Gregory, *uby Hood, Virgil Larsen, Donna leanne Peltz,- Leo r>?an Wallukalt, Doris Saxby, Alfred Chapman, Edwin Cook, and Mary Williams. Our Arithmetic classes have been working on graphs and geometric igures. Th« Patriots The following received one hund- end in spelling last week: Heds—Bevetfy Simpson and harlene Hoffman. Whites—Terry Bakken and wendolyn Stearns. Blues—Delia Chapman. In geography the third grade has een studying about the different inds of material or cloth. The very much enjoyed the pro- ot the S5 Vern Jensen substituted for Alan ilyn Tefwlillger and Aleeta Brown planned the designs that was sei lected. boys are Fl ' teen ^ Unlo ' < Clay at the Red Cross meeting The ' r lne on lnodel planes for U6e report was given to the class bv' by the navy> They ar6 Progressing Donna Rae BeebS. Dy ,v«ry nicely with the first part of The mercury of our Defp*,»>' ! he constl ' uct| on- Each boy is go- Staaip thermometer has been rising " g to , tfy !° find a plcture of the rapidly. In fact, the thcrmoSf H2L P 5"? ** 1 !. bl l lld1 ^. The ^ had tb be enlarged at thTend *t,_i . , _ u tue ena lures will be ment the by the Miss New Jersey> to supple- already sent out entered the sev- 1s from o^--n Grade I > Those who had one hundred in I Edgar Han8en and Miss Gay Por- spelling last week were: Keith i ter attended tb e spelling contest Fries, Verle Larson, Gary Beebe ' ln Des Molnes Friday and Satur- Gene Porter, Mark Thalacker Mary day ' Later ln tbe evenln B both at- Johnson, Virginia Joiner Bonnlo ' tended a banquet held In Younker's Klein, johnna Lowder, Beverly ""' """ Pryor, Anita Schmldtke, Joyce Sor- mmm ITEMS FROM ALI mm OF STATE OF WWA Well k»lt, JTffl! Three boys and two girls of the third grade of Clarion Public Schools have passed entrance tests for enrollment in a knitters club try again, it took four attempts to enlist in the navy before he succeeded la getting in. the drawback to Meisler's enlistment was poor eyesight. "Doc" claims that. he drank nearly a barrel of carrot juice to Improve his eyesight and it did. Breasted formed as part of struction work. Com M'r, ' and Bobby Wlttmar,. Jved In the First World War. Ih Civics students have been ig about the beginning of the tuition and ments differ how other from ours. etic—Mr. Devlne cs are still studying the on Electrical powers. This a: series and parallel cir- jransmlssion lines, potential i and the four factors of re- s of a conductor. tic ;h arithmetic students are kg their study of geometric i They are finding the vol- j prisma, rectangular and lar, cylinders, solids and ing plane and solid figures. ourth grade has been' taking an maginary trip on the Lincoln high- ay from New York City to San Francisco. The fifth grade has been studying about Brazil and the Guena's in South America. In arithmetic the third grade has been making story problems of their own. The fourth grade has learned how to find fractional parts of whole numbers. The fifth grade has been learning what perl- meter is and how to find It. Welr ' Donna Wiley. Mp, ft been 8tud y'ne about Mexico In geography. lt ,T b J? ««" Brads c;a* 8 i» now buying Defense stamps. In penmanship class we received them were- Tea Room. The eighth grade began working on their class play, "The Midnight Ghost." The seventh grade had perfect attendance last week. In assembly Edward Snyder, Dick Beebe, Roger Looney, Jack Sanford and Robert "Wier chose the songs the school in- In Fremont county where farm land has received an unusual supply of moisture, a farmer is reported to have driven his wagon into a lake to" gather his unpicked corn crop of last year. Equipped with rubber boots, the farmer waded Into the water and got dry corn from the shocks. UnsntlsfiM Customer A postcard mailed at Itockford, Mich., and destined for the Sher- received to represent boys. Maxine Cran, Sorlien, ter, " Irene Tllton - Ramona T . Joyce Georgia Hansen chose songs to rep- Qfc 8 !?', Gene Por ' ' recetlt elrls - Both * rou P s ha d Pat- Schmldtke. Noble t Those with an "A" average for the last six weeks period were: Donna Lea Saxby, Mary Lou Hoffman, and Jacqueline Paulson. Everyone in the first and second grades had one hundred in spelling last week. Don and Alvin were sick a day last week. Both boys are back In school. ils talk, "Beautifying the Farm Home" that he prepared for the contest at Iowa Falls last Saturday. The regular senate meeting was held Wednesday. Bob Manshlp and normal. ."" " I Donald Larson asked all of the Sixth Grade—Miss Nesheim high scn ° o1 teachers and Myrtle Those who passed the National ! RamsvlB and Dorls Parsons asked Albert Schmldtke, Verle Larson, Richard McFarland, Helen Torkelson, Lois Nielsen, Donna Willey, and Joan Jensen. •Our attendance is almost back to of Examinations and receiv-' a " of the grade teachers to save lomns are the following, i " end of the y e a r" work books so Board ed diplomas are the" following': ..,..„. „ , Kathryn Pitstlck, Norma Sanford Junior Red Cross could Verde Wltte, Howard L McKee'' °"" ' h °"' """" " " Wayne Wittman, Margaret Jean Butterworth, Thomas Torkelson, . Helen Johnson, Malcom Helvlck, ran 8 ed the Defense Stamp booth Dick Laing, Marie Adams, Colleen Tnursd ay- night and Friday $11.45 Collins, Gloria Johnson, Ronald ' worth °f stamps were bought. Ray Myers, Janet Brodale, Marilyn Ter- Hene ly and Bob Wier are in charge williger, Eugene Joenks, Mary Gun- of the booth tnls weeh - I „ , derson, Marilyn Gustafaon and I High scores in the last news test I "" y BI ° 8Soms sell them and use the money for their Junior Red Cross fund. The members of the Senate ar- A white breasted robin has been making Its home on the A. E. Pallard place In Montezuma. The bird has only a small bit of red at the throat. Centennial The Tlpton schools recently celebrated their lODth anniversary with a program honoring the event. Miss Ellen Wing, usually known as Mother Wing", who spent ten years working with school pupils, was an honored visitor. A site marker ceremony was also part o£ the program. DyniunKe After three dynamite caps had been found in corn from govern- Clty, Iowa, forty-five years ment storage bins in Waverly Charles ..searchers went througn a BOO-bush- ago. | el lot looking for more caps were unable to has Just been delivered to the nur- Authorities sery company. It had remained In hnw th» d«narrl»- en' the Michigan postofflce all of that. corn. fl " naffiU s ° l time, and was not discovered' until clean-up day in the postofflce. Kecognltcd say tk* and Mrs. Fred B. Wolf, newspaper woman of Prlmghar, has received appointment as state agent for the Iowa board of control, succeeding Mrs. Mae Banks of Montour. Mrs. Banks has been named social service representative of Governor Wilson. How In 1948! First year of ownership of a cow purchased from a neighbor three years ago produced a calf, the second year twin calves and this year triplet calves, according to a talei told by the present owner, C. H. Wall of College Springs. Progress A freight depot built in Nashua n 1868 Is to be torn down soon. At one time, six trains a day went through Nashua, making the old depot a busy place, but this has been changed somewhat in recent i years. Doris Holdefer in were Hope Shellenberger, 8th grade lumboldt Register Edited by Senior English Class-. an Arithmetic test given this and Edgar Hansen, 7th grade, week over fractions and decimals ' The assembly program for Fri- the following people received per- day will consist of a group of mov- When Mr. and Mrs.' George W. Crooks moved from their farm near Ionia to Nashua, they took !r-in-Chief—Phyllis Breaw. tant—Jack Dlckerson. •rials speech class has Just flnlsh- iit on toast programs, intro|s, ; book reports .and presen- jf'glftB.' ' ••".-.••<"•••"«-, complete make-believe •ograms were presented. One lilt upon the topic, "The bf a Plane." The other used n of Life" for Its theme, next unit will give some i parliamentary drill, st every day the mall In- letters requesting informa- tt will help former students h their birth date, •reaentatlve fronr'University uque, Mr. Loats, was here ly, holding consultation everal seniors—prospective material, class in solid geometry is — :ing its work. After taking Bter test on the subject, a of weeks will be spent on liments of trigonometry. ' -lumboldt Baseball team de- Sag le Grove there, April 17, Humboldt will play Eagle igain this Friday here, track team journeyed to ; Friday in another track The team placed second in iahontas relays last week, nvltatlon committee for the D., banquet are grateful to iursen for her printing on itatlons. Caesar class had a picnic y', April 21, Miss Frieden guest. Pedagogical Club held a I Monday. Phyllis Folk and Schmldke were in charge. AViesa gave a report on her If teaching in rural school. • Bjornsen and Pauline pon held Open Forum debate ) subject: Resolved: That n should not be permitted to Tuesday Jacquelyn Bradford brought her baby fox into our room. It was quite entertaining because it was so soft and fluffy and was so lively. Mr. Seymour took a picture of the /morning, e^oup as- they wera working with various materials at their tables. Buverly Nelson brought a lovely American flag to school. First Grade—Miss Householder Margot Morgan brought a birthday treat for the class on Monday. This week we saw a movie on bird houses. ! Jackie Bradford brought a baby fox to show to us. First anil Second Grade— Miss Stelllngrwerf Earl Helvick brought a birthday treat for second grade. We have been studying about different kinds of birds and learning ford. Our Defense Stamp sales for (his week total $10. From the sixth grade girls art class four plans were selected to be used for making place the army and navy spelling contest In'Des Molnes. origin is with them two snowball bushes to be transplanted. The hushes were a pep meeting for Edgar placed in the ba8ement , wnere the I- 0 ..!?. ^ f °!A 0 ._ t , b _'L State , he *t combined with recent sunshine brought out blossoms last week. A peony plant also in the basement had 12 buds about to open It Did the Job "Doc" Helsler of Blencoe Is a firm believer In the old saying thai. ' if at first you don't succeed, try, LnVerneV new fire track vrns put to use Tuesday evening, April 21, when a small blaze started In Ithe back The Dog Murderer Wholesale polnSonlng of dogs has been going on In Waukon. Up to the last report, 25 dogs had been poisoned, most of them in one section of the town "Gold Miner" Following a recent fire, Jny Johnston of Esthervllle has been going through the 1 ruins in search of what valuables might have withstood the flames in his drug-Jewelry store. Johnston found some jewelry and some of the medical instruments belonging to Dr. Clark and Johnston were found In good condition. From Car lo Choir Elmer Ax, Klemme, must not have waited to walk very far to the barber's chair recently. Attempting to park his car, he stepped on the accelerator instead of thti brakes, causing his car to run over the curb and through the glass front of the Crystal Lake barber shop. The car stopped in front of the barber chair, ready for Ax lo step out. Both the building and the car were damaged, but no one was injured. Threo of a Kind Thirty-two years ago Dr. J. D. Paul of Anamofii was Initiated into Alpha Kappa Kappa, national professional medical fraternity. Recently his son, Dick, was Initiated into the same fraternity nt Iowa University, with another son, Bob, administering the Initiation ritual. Bob, now president of the fratern- Phil Hexbm of Detotah has four of his paintings accepted for reproduction, on 84 stamps In the eel of 1942 Wildlife Conservation Stamps. Hexoai alsb has the floii* of of having oM of his paintings 'Canadian Porcupine" u*6d oft the letterheads of the Nattefiai Wild* life Federation, the association 1 la- suing the Conaefvatloh stamps. l*«1Hllcs Foic Tlfttary The public schools of Iowa are doing: a grand Job of selling war saving stamps. One teacher in Decorah has sold over $800 of stamps since Jan. .1, and 86% of the school children In Wlnneehiek county have participated in the program. One rural school in the county sold $108 worth of stamps. Corning public schools have sold 4766.66 worth, and these instances are Just samples of the support given by children of Iowa to thfc war effort. tract of land ifl 30. April 1*-. EaH S. Pease and' wife to Lfdft. fftdy QCD $1 Etc., H» SWtt 10^ 98-30. Lida Grtfay, widow's t6 Bart PeaW- $1 Etc., 92-30. deo. W. Adam*, ttafte/ to Wai- Mr s. Cody ISBO' lat^Sk'lJ/Latti* rop'g addition' ter Hnmboldt, lowfti Aftn is— Otto Anderson* «id wife 'Mary to Howard H. Hoffman »«00 On lots April 1«— Livermore. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS April g— T. G. Herrick to Walter Saathoff and wife Nellie, land contract $600 OB lots 9-10 bk. 8 East Gilmore City, Iowa. April 9— Jess Larson and wife to Grant A. Wood WD $1 Etc.. on lot 4 bk 19 Dakota City, Iowa. Mary H. Kee widow to Irve N Wittman et all WD $1 Etc., love and affection N% lots 3-4 bk 58 Humboldt. April 1ft— Andrew Wilson and wife Ann to G. L. Cooper of Kossuth county, Iowa, land contract $500 on bk. 27-28 and 38-39 In 2nd College Addition to Humboldt, also that part of Bedford Avenue lying and being between said blocks, Humboldt; and also part of Plumer street being between said blocks. April 8— Emma Kuehnast, executrix, to Charles L. Howard, executrix deed Lee Brown, referee, tft fc; n. Sidmore, referee's deed, SWU sec* 3*91-30. John Hancock Muti Life Ins., Co., to Edward A. Northrup and wife R. E. eositrntlt $18,900 oa and W% NEM 36-93-28. POVERTY is NO DISGRACES, BUT THAT'S ABOUT" ALL- THAT CAN Sfil'SAlD IN ITS' FAVOR The toastmasier rose 16 introduce the speaker, an elderly medical professor, renowned fdr hlfl. erudition. , "Gentlemen, you've been giving: your attention to a.turkey stuffed with sage; now will you give your- attention to a sage stuffed with turkey." $7,300 on 6-92-28. ity, will receive his M. D. degree Bankers Life Co., to Otis K Morganthaler WD $26,000 SW% sec 20 and NEW, NE% sec. 30 all in 9130. April 9— Mary H. Kee widow, to Ida Rogers Parry WD $1 Etc., und. % interest in and to E% SW>4 and WV SE% 8-91-30. Mary H. Kee, widow to Iva N. Wittman and Albert E. Kee WD $1 Etc., und. % Int. in and to SW% and VfU SE% 8-91-30. Thomas N. Rogness and wife to A drunkard staggered- into th» Stork ClUb one night and In a loud voice yelled, "When I drink, every- drlnks-" He summoned everyone to the bar—the'' musicians, hatcheck girls, waiters and guests. Everybody took a drink. When he finished his whiskey, ho yelled again, "When I take another drink, everybody takes another drlnk"t Once more 1 every one gathered around the'ban They even called in the taxi drivers, doormen, and a cop from the corner. When he finished that one the drunk- took a dollar out of his pocket and slapped It on the bar. "When I pay," he screamed, "everybody pays!" " Arthur P, Rogness WD $1 Etc., MAN AND WOMAN BOTH SPRANG FROM APES, BUT WOMAN CLAIMS SHE SPRANG THE FARTHEREST. IT TOOK A MILLION YEARS T0 ; MAKE A MAN OUT OF A MONKEY BUY ANY WOMAN CAN' REVERSE THE! PROCESS IN ABOUT FOUR MINUTES. •, ., :-. ' USE THE WANT ADS A STATEMENT TO OUR W A TEL E P If 0 If E USER |rst grade until they are six ild. The next meeting will icnlc and the annual elec- officers will be held, week starting April 26 is health week. Tbe school iserve it by talks, posters ma. They will also urge all rba have not attended tbe to,get appointments, g^i i Qowefl gm4 Ire* Lutheran Dftolr vent 'fe 8*4 save Tbe 1 Wy A, f, gain. , Miss porter tbe fihjQjr jire; to recognize them. The second grade wrote stories about their favorite bird. Second Grade—Miss Frieden In connection with our study of transportation we took a train ride Tuesday morning from Dakota City to Rutland. Mrs. Nellson, Mrs. McCormick, Mrs. Solbeck, Mrs. Joiner, Rev. Anderson and Rev. vyilliams met us In Rutland. We/have added some new birds to our study and have seen several movies pertaining to birds. Jacquelyn Bradford brought a turtle for our room which we have named Sandy. James Barbour brought two baby turtles whose names are Prince and Sally, Third Grade-Miss Larsen These boys and girls received the Seal of Acceptance Penmanship Mary Lou Penning, Darlene Beebe, Glenda Kendall, Nancy Thalacker, Billy Holms, Mob Brayton, Dorothy Chrlstensen, Ruth Ellen Scbultz, Ruth Ann Nelson, Bob Sanford, Catherine Ruwe, Maurine Auderson, Katberine Strong, Marilyn MOST back and Virginia Garbett. These received National Writing improvement Certificates Winton, Hanson, Parrel Gabrielaon and Phyllis Loar. We received a long jetter from Gerald Evtms a former student, also a letter from the (ourth grade in appreciation of tbe Friday afternoon prograjn we gave them. Marilyn Johnson brought tbe first bouquet of tulips. 4 £0o4 citiz^jtuftip boarder WM made to Art oi»»» te black «»u,re|< AA Pwtm, B «f»W ¥Jrfi»rJi(ett lifi.ftw »HLptMW.»Wl It has always be^n our alm y and in thoso times it is vital, to provide good, reliable telephone servlw for yon, the community and all the agencies of the state and nation that rely on us for communication services. In order to continue to furnish good telephone service, the revenues fo this Company must be sufficient to c«ver the necessary costs of operating the buHlness. The trend downti.TT'' 8 °I |e ™ tlB 8rregulis In Iowa is decidedly downward. Expenses have been Increasing more rapidly than revenues and the outlook for 1942 is bwl, even toough every practical economy is being applied. wougn i*.- 1 !?! 0 "* 11 ? 0 ttl £ Coin P« n y tos need for additional revenue immediately It began on April 10 to* apply a 15 tw»r V«mt surcharge on local telephone^ rates and on chides^r lone distance calls between points within the state? In applying the surcharge, we are mindful of your de- :£.£ra.w™ ™*» "«.»v»r «*» •» «wKi d to order that you mar know •— '- our needs for addl- ' some related mat- WHY A SURCHARGE WAS APPLIED emi Th Th 1 i eeCl '? r TT 8 b y tw s Company In Iowa is general. There also Is immediate need. The surcharge method more nearly meets this requirement Anothl? consideration In applying the surcharge Is toe fact that it is impossible to determine aow what the revenue reninJ raents will be eventually and it would b^ difficuU toTtah" liah appropriate basic rates at this time There isnothing about the surcharge rate increase which is "d scrimina! tory." Jn every exchange all customers having the wn^e c ass of service pay the same rates and have thf same^Sr! Vina at*Aa nWiA»^, v. _ i_, _ , •»»»**»»* *UQ aauiO BQJ * differences between Slnlc Vui.ni RATE BEEN MADE More recently there have been general increases in January a large Independent Telehon T /, . At . tlle Present time tbe Northwestern Bell and Dakota past several years. As is evidenced by the following statement, the taxes will have Increased from $4 30 ner telephone In 1936 to $13.14 in 1942 and the taxes will have increased 277.1% purlng the same period. Federal Social Security Total T"«7hii" Tale* Tuxe* TDXPM 1'pr v*,.^ isun f ?lS'5?,i * aSB.180 * 4U.OUK «l,oni.4KSt « 4JIO ISMO 74X,H4J> T(IO,4M liM.Ilia l.TOW BO« <LHK IMI 80i,7wi UHstjwa iwrww i^w.'m r!S 1W ?™.i.i , r °°' 400 8.064,800 118,000 »,W«WOO ill M •Thin In the Comimny'x view of lnxe» for IWariioluil- for Federal Tin en already nubnitVled """oBBMT-'eiii'."'" 1 ' 1 The above statement does not include amounts collected from customers and paid to the State and Federal gdv- ernmeiitB for State Sales Taxes and Federal Excise Taxes which In 1941 amounted to $231,213 and $476,930 respec- -WAGES Wages paid the Company's employees In Iowa totainrt $5.037.000 In l»36, $5,037,000 In 1940, $0.133.000 liTl941 and the Company's view Is that the total will be $6,486,000 for 1942. This Is an increase of 28.4% over tbe year 1936 This view of wages for 1942 includes the effect in this year of a wage increase negotiated by the Union of the Company's employees, effective March 16, 1942. There -were 3,693 employees of tbe Company in Iowa Ine^otel 3 ^" e'nTof 4 ^ Wl"" *"* '* ™«&&» SSt the end of 1941. ° Bame Bs R t MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES In addition to poles, wire and equipment which go into telephone plants, relatively large quantities of the kind of tnings which arc consumed In homes and other businesses are required In our business, and as everyone knows the cost of these has increased. Included are tbe ordinary housekeeping supplies, office supplies and equipment and other business machines. Among the larger Items used annually by the Company, in Iowa are 2080 tons of coal, 180 tons of directory and billing paper, and the operation of more than 400 motor vehicles. Higher transportation rates have affected the cost to us of almost all of'our materials and supplies. Closely related to these items'is the movement of large numbers of men and tools needed for regular and emergency operations with , the Increased costs associated with travel. These are familiar things but their contribution to the higher cost of telephone service is not generally known. w»«ywwe ser , ECONOMIES IN OPERATION In order to keep costs at a minimum consistent with tbe maintenance O f satisfactory service, all reasonable economies in toe construction and maintenance of our plant and in the operation of the many phases of our business have been made. These economies have resulted from Improved methods, more effective training of employees, improvemeut in the design and types of eauiD- ment, and tbe use of tbe most practical type of organfc?£ The overall effect of these efforts toward greater economies and efficlences are evidenced by the following facts: Fro* 1936 to Wl, the number of telephone* ^1 ibis Company to Iowa increased 20.4%, the &»ber of -long distance messages Increased 19.9%. asdI toe Bumher of loca} messages Jncrea8ed20.3%. To meet this in. creased yp,J»me, plant investment Increased14.ttC With these Increases in volume of work, th« oumbJr ofreeuli? ' " iy$fif greased but 7.2%, while at toe same ttoe the Wd witty of service was maiatftinjair^ Yenr Revenuex If MO JM8,4ri<l,l«o : KSK-MMO und investment in property for the periods indi- I'er Cent Net W " l?- 1 !* 0 *- la'coSe 15 1041 resuf w fl h 6 ,ch eB m r a°; b^ uoon u re cf 8 T ' a IOWa and pBym « nt of Fed ral aea ase upon U. S. Treasury proposal now before Congress. The foregoing percentage figures, as related to invest- fflff^aSS aVerage ° " A for^e' In - DIVIDENDS outlook Is that earnings will territory. i Company has no'preferred stock or Ks" DEFENSE ACTIVITIES In cqojpera,^0n with the military and de- thei'DroS35nrr : 7,7 -«S5 /SSS*^* 8 ?' b ^ s Developed plans for anVfnJ-th^ff 2fJ?^ Comna B y'« personnel and property *° REGULATION re*J^ Co ,f >I> f 1n y b « 8 no t been and ?s agt JSS&^J?. - th « 8ta ^. °* telephone %tM to the i. The ' pur- . fronj. in S Cfffljmlssipji Wftffejsf fcWfc m r«S«ct tbe W» GemwTi^r9?]&ti^^&Lr .Qfteraies, and with oaa gf ^*^^,^SsL thaji tbj WftflurU paid by customerg of ai tern Cfiojyany in Ife wboj.§ fiw^try. " W STERN BELL TELl

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