July 7.1942 H tlMOTA THEATRE 1\. Noiw Flaying "THE SONG OF THE ISLANDS" In technicolor. Betty Grable, Victor Mature, Jack Oakie. Wednesday and Thursday July 8 and 9 Turn out the lights! Turn on the moon! Turn on the fun! A love story too thrilling for words . . . with time out for the season's loudest laughs! Fredric MARCH Loretta YOUNG "BEDTIME STORY" With Robert Benchley, Allyn Joslyn, Eve Arden, Helen Westley. Admission 10c-20c-30c Coming—Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, July 12-13-14 "REAP THE WILD WIND" All admission prices include state sales tax and federal defense tax. TUB HtJMBOMyr ttUMBOim tQWA Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosbach and family spent the week-end at Lake Okoboji. Mrs, Helen Miner and Mr. end Mrs..Elwood Hansen, spent Sunday at Bode. W. H. Marsh Is visiting his son Everett Marsh and fami!/ HI" their rottage north of St. Paul. Mrs. W. J. Clayton was taken to Rochester Sunday in the Llndhart ambulance for medical treatment. ! Mr. and Mrs. Morton Wheeler re- j celved word that their son, Pvt. C. S. Kelly, arrived safely overseas. Mr. and Mrs. James Hutchlns and family, returned to Springfield, Mo. after a weeks visit with relatives here. Keith Saver?, who is employed near Los Angeles, Calif., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bayers. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lehman are the parents of a baby born Sunday at the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nielsen were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Louis Bremson home in Ottosen. Mrs. Avis Landmesser of Fort Dodge, spent from Friday evening until Sunday afternoon at the Bert Neal home. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Porter, July 2nd at the University of Iowa hospital In Iowa City. Miss Dorothea Louise Leland, of Des Moines, is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leland. Harold DeSmidt, who has employment in Dea Moines, spent the July 4th holiday with his father, Abe DeSmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leland and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Leland have returned from a vacation fishing trip to Minnesota. Rev. and Mrs. Fauske of Eagle Grove, spent the 4th of July in the home of their (laughter, Mrs. Wayne Miller. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Sherman, of PAGE IMKKF Three More County Men iflhU. S, Service Gerald Wlgnns Howard Gaster Bernard Bonunel Pictured above are three more Humboldt connly men In Uncle Sam's service. Private Gerald Wiinms of Kenwlck, Is home from C*mp Shel'u't Mississippi, on n 12 dny fiirlonicli. He Is spendlnir the vacation nt tbe home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Wiping, lie has been In the service Hfe years since March. Unwary Onsf«-r nml Bernard Kommel of Dakota City also have been In service for their conn- try for some time. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Baker and family left Friday for a ten-day visit with his parents near Oskaloosa. Mrs. J. C. Reasoner is spending the week in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Basil Goforth, In Roland, Iowa. Miss M. Doyle returned to Whlt- temore after spending a week with her relatives, Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosbach. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Daniels and family spent the 4th with Mr. Dan- lels's mother and sister at Boone, returning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hedlnger i and family ot Rolfe were Sunday 1 callers at the Wilbur Tilton home. . The two women are sisters. Mr." and Mrs. Wilbur Jay Tilton and Shirley Ann of near Pocahontas spent the holiday here at the parental Wilbur Tilton home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Hansen and Kent of Waterloo, spent the holidays here at the parental Cruikshank and Hanten homes here. ' Howard Rapple and Mary Rapple left Saturday for Cheyenne, Wyo., to visit Kenneth Johnson who is stationed at Fort Warren near there. Mrs. D. H. Adams Is still with her son Paul, at the Veterans hospital in Los Angeles, and writes that his condition remains the same. Mrs. Gay Thompson is spending eome time In She home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Lennon In Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Louis Fort and Delores, and Mrs. C. W? Fort and Lois Ann were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the Damon Schultz home south of Humboldt. Dr. and Mrs. P .W. Williams of Camp Barkley, Texas, arrived Sunday to spend his furlough with relatives in Fort Dodge and at their cottage at the country club here. Jeanette Knudsen Ims accepted a position in Marjorle's Beauty Shop. Misg Knudseu started working there Wednesday, July 2. She is originally, from Swea City, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thompson of Ankeny spent the latter part of thew eek here at their home. Mr. Thompson is working on defense work as a machinist. Miss Marjorle Seward and Miss Joyce Holden left Friday, July 4, for a week's vacation in and around Denver, Colo. They will make tbe trip by bus "ana train. Mr, am} Mrs. Eddy Reynolds and children and Mr. Reynold's sister, Delores, all of Des Molues, spent tbe npltday here at the parental John Miller and Reynolds homes. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. McCormlck and daughter, Mary Lee are •pending the week-end as guests of Mrs. A. A. Lyons and family at Clear Lake. Mrs. Lypns has takan a cottflke there for July and August. Walter Jobjwon of Centervllle, spent the week-end ftt his home here. Mrs. Johnson is returning witf} him for aw Indefinite visit. T£ey hjive rptfM an. apartment lor the short tbpe Mr. Johnson's wor» will keep bin there. Mr, 394 Mr«, Grover Crata W»d of PM Moines gpsnt July j: with Mwir daughter and hu*- frisads vttiti . ffturned bowe Lake City, were callers Sunday afternoon in the parental Mrs. Blanche Sampson home. Mrs. Berwln Throndsen and son Wallace of Belle Plalne were last Thursday afternoon visitors at the Harold Clay home in Dakota City. Ruth DeSmidt returned Monday, July 6 to Des Moines, where she is attending A. I. B. She spent the weekend at her home here in Humi boldt. | Mrs. Joe Leist and daughter, Carol Jean spent several days recently visiting her husband who Is employed at a defense plant In Sioux, City. Charlene, Patty and Janice Clay of Dakota City spent from Sunday morning until Monday morning at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Ferris in Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tuttle and uon Tommy left Monday morning for Sioux City wJiere they 'will make their home. Mr. Tuttle will be employed at a meat packing plant there. The E. H. Parsons family left Friday for Waaeca, Minn., where they spent the Fourth with Mrs. Parson's sister nnd family. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. W. T. Stanbrn of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hawkins and son Robert of Dakota City attended a family picnic at the Lloyd Phillips home in Dakota City. Ellis Barber, E. L. Brayton, Omer Manshlp and Mr. Manshlps brother of Pocahontas, left today (Monday) for DeKalb, 111., for a three clays meeting at the DeKalb Company. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rapp and Roma were over-the-Fourth visitors at Nemaha, Iowa. They left Saturday and returned Sunday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Paulson. Miss Orace Sayers, who holds a position with the Peter Pan Baking company, Des Moines, spent the July 4th week-end holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sayers. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hnrt are the parents of a seven pound ten ounce bahy girl born at the Lutheran Hospital Sunday night, July 5. Mrs. Hart is the former Mar- jorle Helvick. E. J. Rohr, of Dakota City, who was seriously ill, following an accident, when he Buffered Injuries at the A. Parsons farm, is able to be about again, driving the Parson* vegetable truck. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ruse and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nissen and son Gilbert went to Omaha, Nebr., early Saturday morning where they will spend until Monday evening visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Barber and sons Tommy and Dick spent from Thursday until Sunday with Mrs. Barbers parents at Owatona, la. Their son James, who has been visiting there returned home with tbem. Mis. Randall Melson, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Hanna, at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna are tbe parents of a daughter, born recently in a Des Moines hospital. Mr», Hanna will be remembered as Mary Melson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Seabpch of near Blairsburg spent Sunday at tbe parental Will Buckingham borne in Dafeottt pity and at the Eugene Buckingham boina In Hum- boi4t. Larry, »o« oi, Mr. a|rj, Eugene Buckingham returned home with the Seaboch'* vhere he will upend several d*y». Mrs. Phillips aad. family, who hijve heen living in *a «pactjnenl »t the Vsrn Schwlt? hP»fi b» RftfcPta City, moved Suad^y u> Newton where fwaUPt & £***» 3PP Wei8- Sunday flvanltlg iHdMij^ at *h« Gssitsa w ?TT _**"^wr Mrs. W. H. Stock returned home Sunday night afCer spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. E. L. Mlarg ot Orient. Hay Collins or San Pedro, Calif., came last Tuesday to spend ten (lays at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins and with other relatives and friends. Mathilda Schwlclerskl is on her entertained twelve at a one o'clock dinner at the Hotel Humboldt followed hy and afternoon of visiting. Kenneth Thompson LwiTes For The Army— Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thompson entertained a group of relatives Sunday at Blcknell Park honoring their son Kenneth Thompson who leaves vacation from A. B. White & Co., July 10 for Des Moines where he this week. She is visiting her sle- I will be Inducted Into the army. Relatives from Bode, Dea Moines nnd ters In Rockwell City and Sac City. She also Intends to visit friends In Jefferson, Iowa. Mrs. Frederlcka Madsen Is now staying at the Cheftie Moen home where Miss Moen is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Cody spent the week-end in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. WIlcox and Nenl Samuels left Sunday morning for Ann Arbor, Michigan, where Neal is employed in a defense plant. They have been visiting Neal's parents in Humboldt since Fiiday morning. Mrs. Floyd Blomker of Rutland nnd Mrs. Jens Odgaard of North of Humboldt, drove to Rochester, PATRICIA DUNPHY AND HAROLD• JOHNSON MARRIED MONDAY Miss Patricia Dunphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Dunphy of Hardy, and Harold Johnson were married Monday morning of this week at n o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic church In Humboldt. Fr. Fltzpatrlck officiated at the morn- Ing service. The groom Is In the United States service. Complete details will be given In Friday's Republican. Humboldt were present. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson also entertained Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brooks and Mary Blsacchi, all of Fort Dodge for Sunday supper. Lovrlcn Itennlon nt Itlcknell Park— The annual Lovrten reunion was|\yj|l DISCUSS End held at Blcknell Park Sunday. Forty-five were In attendance from Omaha, Nebrask, Ann Arbor, Mich.. Webb, Bradgatc, Spencer, Eagle Use System at a Series of Meetings President Don Plerson of the July. I'lluI Nielsen's Knlcrliilncil Minn., Sunday where Mrs. Blomk- nt n Dinner July 4lh- ! series of meetings that are being | planned for manufacturers In this ! section of Iowa. er will undergo an examination at | Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nielsen en- ; the Mayo Clinic. Mrs. Katie And- tertained at a dinner Saturday '. arson of Rutland accompanied them j noon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. tlle IJUP (Production Requirement to Austin, Minn., where she will! Joy Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. j pl ""> uml tlle fillil >S OIIt the tolm visit at the home of her son Al- ! Edwin Peterson of Dtiluth, Minn,, ! known " 8 PD 2CA ' wlth whlch mnsl fred Porter and family. | and Anker Nielsen and Emery manufacturers are familiar, or wUl Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Boyden re-, Christiansen of Rutland. at the sessions will be ' be soon. Also discus fed will be the turned from a two weeks vacation i Vcrbrngfrn Family July 5. They went through the j Picnic July 4th — allocation end end UKO system, • whereby manufacturers report to J UIJ U. iiicj . r» vjii i, iu i u iifc" i"-,, j*tvii«\j ii in j • ui . South Dakota Badlands and Black J The Verbrugge families enjoy- ,, lhe government the materials used Hills into Wyoming where they | ed a picnic dinner at the Dakota ,' at the CII(I of n certain period, visited Yellowstone Park. Then i City park Saturday. The afternoon j Meetings being held in this they went to Montana and Colora- j was spent motor boat riding and j neighborhood, and which President do and on home. Sam Grove took care of the Humboldt Mutual Insurance office den's absence. during Mr. Boy- SOCIAL CALENDAR visiting. Those attending were: i Plerson is urging businessmen to Mr.'and Mrs. Charlie Day and fam- attend are the following: Friday, ily of Pioneer, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, July 10, at 10 A. M., Hotel Hanford Carlson of Fort Dodge, Mr. and , in Mason City; Friday July 10, 3:30 •Mrs. Lancelot Johnson and family^'P^ M., Armory Building In Fort Hans Marcus and Rudolph Kueh- 'Bodge,' and Tuesday,-*'July' 14',.'';12 nasi all of near Thor, Altha Havl- o'clock noon luncheon, Chamber of land nf Chicago Heights, 111., Mr. Commerce In Des Moines. For tha and Mrs. C. Z. Wood of Beaver latter luncheon, out-of-town riianu- Townshlp, Mr, and Mrs. C. W. facturers are asked to make lun- Havlland and daughter, Ruth of cheon arrangctnentn with John Grove Township, and Mr. and Mrs. ' Adams, Btcrctury of the Des Molncs Martin Anderson, Mrs. Marie Wlur.J Chamber of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Verbrugge, Adrian VerbriiRRs and Brnest Haviland all of Humboldt. Wofrcn Family Reunion In Dakota City Pork— The Wogen family had a family reunion In the park in Dakota City FOURTH AT HOME FOR MOST LOCAL RESIDENTS The necessity for tire connerva- Sunday. There were 44 present. | Hoi", t»e possibility ol gas ration- The out of town guests were. Mr. ing and the concentration on t)H' and Mrs. C. G. Slattum and child- war effort kept many local rtfi- ren and Mr, and Mrn. Art Twerd dents hor.io over I ho i'uurth of Julv from Jolce, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer, vocation. The nl'*fn"«. of fin- Wogen from Esthervllle, Mr. and , works ;ilso made fur a quiet doublf- Mrs, Gus Frlesth and Mr. and Mrs. I holiday. Mervln Frlesth from Fort Dods«, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Frlesth from Badger, and the Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Wogen from Duluth, Minn. I'lcnlc Dinner In Honor of Hoy Itcnson— Tuesdiiy, July 7—r! Rotary Club meets for 6:15 P. M. dinner In Legion dining room. Masonic Lodge meets in the Masonic Temple. Wednesday, .Inly 8— Country Club Luncheon with the following committee serving: Mrs. A. P. Anderson, Mrs. George Blcknell, Mrs. \Vayne Miller, Mrs. Soc Brockman and Mrs. Charles Peterson. Beaver Ladies Club meets at the home of Clara Eisler with Gladys Field, and Hattie Kirchhoff as- stant hostesses. Triple Deck Club meete with Mrs. Earl Mann. ThurMluy, July 9— Tbe Woman's Society of Christian Service will be held in the Methodist church. The committees are as follows: hostesses, Mrs. Helen Russell and Mrs. Sidney Parsons; devotions, Mrs. J. H. DIssmore; serving, Mrs. Gerald Kennedy, Mrs. W. C. Hoag, Mrs. B. B. WtttBon, Mrs. Leonard Ter- j Roy who spent Saturday and Sim- ' j n traveling on excuruiuiiB or willlger and Mrs. R. V. ( Worth- day at the parental home. Roy la \ on falling trips. ington: program, Mrs. A. Arent, Mrs. Albin Akerson, Mrs. Lytton Saul and Mrs. S. D. Linn. The program is titled "World Peace," The First Lutheran Aid will have their regular meeting at the church. A convention report will be given by Mrs. C. J. Torkelson as the program. I. 0. 0. F. regular meeting. Sunday, July 12— The Grove Farmers' Club will BIUIE SITTIG AND JAMES VOLBEftDING MARRIED RECENTLY Miss Blllie Slttlg of Fort Dodge and James Volberdlng, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Volberding of Humboldt were married last week. A complete account of the wedding will be published In Friday's Republican. SCHEDULING SHOWS IN DAKOTA CITY JULY 7 TO 11 The Ebersole Shows will be held north of the Dakota City public school July 7 to 11 'ncluslve, according to an advertisement In this newspaper. The show will conslrt of rides- and entertainment of all kinds. A free act will be presented each night. Admission Is free to the grounds. News of4-H CLUBS Ot course there were those who observed the Fourth at u luke, or at the home ,of relatives out-of- town. For the most part family picnics- and reunions were held, visitors were entertained, and the have a picnic on Sunday, July 12 at the Daryl Simmons' home in Dakota City, Bach family will bring two covered dlsbes, sandwiches, and their own sugar. Holiday, July 18— Monday club will meet at Mrs. Clyde Stevenson's in Dakota City- Country Club will bave tbeir pot Juck supper. H. F, 0. M, (lub Met at Ji»ez jUmrod'b— The R F. 0. M, Club met at tbe home of Inez Himrod on Wednesday afternoon, July 1, with Amber Huston as assistant hostess. There were fifteen numbers present and Frances Himrod. Joined the club at tWs - - - - ters". 4 lynch was served Xtftellera YM Slace her arrival from Lpng California, Mr*. Mabel Pures, Mr. and Mrs. 0, A. Benson, north ' two days passed generally quiet for of town, entertained 28 relatives ' tn | B community, at a picnic dinner In the Bicknell i Fortunate families with ,RO(»i Park July 4 In honor of their son | tires on their family buses felt safe In the navy and la tubing an elect- 1 Saturday was the first wartime rlcal course at the University In fourth In this country since 1918. Minneapolis, Minn, | ---- Clientta Miwn Entertains— Chestle Moen bad dinner and supper at her home the Fourth for CUSTODIAN OF LOST ISLAM) 1'AHK DIES Itobtrt Hynus of Ruthven, CUB= ui UJtt HI HBI iiuine mtj ruuiin '"' .....i,.., ... lhp ntnto nark nt I OKI t *VW.-J h i ''Si:, Vr i±3, °i2, 8 awa e y ^\f^ H. Marsh, Mrs Earl But- o , ( , ,, Mrs. Floyd King and son Donnl-. mnny years New Potatoes Missouri or Oklahoma COBBLERS 15 Ib. peck 33c ,- A *MJRRyiUy|* ' "HHI ^PifcsiF'Sr rv >f r > ^^i"'-f^^&l;^^, i. < L. +lf»x t mF *' * ^d||H(r^^|^ ^Of' ^PHP r ?PBp W»w ^B!^ i W* fl^W ^^B^"_aPJ,Tll^^SBB x^^^ ' ' i-' -* > t i *- ^ i' ~ n * ^ _• -- -i Billy, ten yettf'ftfd son of Utt. and Mrs. Wlllflm Davis of Laufefis, was injured recently while playing at the home of his uncle. Me fell from the rafters of a garage land suffered a cut on the back of his head. Seven stitches were taken to close the wound. Robert Ryan, 10 year old son of Mr. and -Mrs. Bert Ryan of Bm- metsbufg died in a hospital recently of gunshot wounds accidentally inflicted when several boys were playing On a farm. The bullet struck Robert in the abdomen. Stein ot ftenr lyttoft painfully Injured Tuesday Jufre.lS wlten a team of horses fan away with his mowing machine. Me re* celved severs! fleets cuts and a. sprained ankle. McrtiJt Jflcoson of ftolfe, MA me. accepted a position with the soft Water Service nt Sftflta Anna, Gal. Mr. NIcoBOn has been custodian of the Rolfe school building for a number of years. Mrs» Edward Wlcgman of Rolfe passed away on June 25. WOTIcfai The Bonnl of tilrectors of Humboldt Independent School Patriot, SprltiRvale Township, Humboldt County, Iowa, .wilt meet July 31, 1042, nt 8 P. M., at the High School Building-. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following; estimate of expenditures for the year beginning: July 1. 1942, and finding June 30, 1943. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both pant and anticipated will bo available at the hearing. ESTHER H. ERNST, Distinct Secretary. Expenditures for Year July I, July 1, Estimated Amount 1940 1941 Proposed Income Necessary to to KOspBjuHUIfeS Other to bo _ , June 30, June 30, Estimated Than raised by Funds 1941 1942 1942-43 Taxation Taxation General $64,617 $66,871 $84,730 . 416,230 J48.600 Total General Fund *B4,617 Bonds and Interest $ 8,606 $86,871 6,510 $64,730 7,000. $16,290 448,600 7,000 Totnl All Purposes $61.183 *B3,3fl1 J?1.73fi $1«.!>.80 JSfi BOO Secretary's Balance July 1, 1942: 1. General Fund ,. $11,618.81 School House Fund ,.,.$ 4,166.82 Est. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value „..., $37,18 Number of Persons of School Age , :..,..\... 710 Taxable valuation. 1941 $1,492,767 Moneys nnd Credits, 1941 .-. •••• $ 876,583 Rutland Lncky Stjirg Eight members of the Rutland Lucky Stars 4-H club gathered at Blcknell Park with five mothers and two visitors on Wednesday, July 1. The roll call "A Flower Arrangement for a Meal" was answered with many interesting suggestions. The meeting was opened by repeating the club pledge. We were glad to have Miss Hewitt as n guest and we enjoyed our mothers' attendance very much. Margaret Pitstlck and Gloria Helvick were chosen as the dem- ' onstratlon team for the year. j Donnn Blomker gave us many : helpful suggestions on telephone' etiquette. Donna Solbenk gave n talk on "How to classify and mount Insects" and showed samples of j butterflies she had mounted. A' talk, "Bias Tape on the Market" was given by Gloria Helvick and j Ruby Hood reviewed "Come Fol-1 low" for the music talk. Pictures i for the activity poster were taken, j The pledge of allegiance closed the meeting. At the close of the afternoon a picnic supper was enjoyed by all in attendance. Reporter, Marilyn Solbeck. Miss Knin A. Matthias of 1)cs! Moliies has been employed as Po- ' cahonlas county's public health nurse. She begins her duties July 1. Miss Matthias has been employ- ' ed with the Polk County Obstetrl- , cal Service In Des Moines. I SPECIALS Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 15 Ib. peck Fancy California White Potatoes Sic 15 Ibs. Cobblers .37c Sugar, 5-10-25 Ib. cloth bags, Ib... 7c Perfect Flour, per sack $1.49 . Robin.Hood Flour, per sack .... : ...,..$l.t9 WHITE ~ NAPHTHA 6 bars SOAP 2Bc 2 Ib. jar Jane Good Peanut Butter..i.35c 3 tins Dash or Pard Dog Food... 23c Campbell's No. 5, 47 oz. Tomato Juice, 2 for 35c Jitney Sardines 5c £ American Sardines, 3 for.'... 25c 2-1 Ib. Fancy Pink Salmon :± 35c 1 Ib. Hershey's Cocoa....:—-, ....15c DeGroote Grocery EBERSOLE SHOWS DAKOTA CITY, JULY 7 to 11, Incl. North of Dakota City School House "^ -> t * '. .• •. *> ._ ' Shows and Clean Entertainment Big Rides Fun For All Free Act Every Night Something Going on Every Minute FREE ADMISSION TO GROUNDS Synthetic AND STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) Rubber ., let's get it Fast and plenty of it! No matter who makes it or what it's made from! t We want to see America get the rubber it needs, whether natural or synthetic. We want America to get that rubber in the quantities required and in the shortest possible time, whether it is made out of petroleum, out of alcohol, dandelion*, guayuje, or sawdust The main thing 19 to get the rubber! To those who are working to make rub b. er out of materials other than petroleum, we s»y, "God speed your efforts " Solving te rubber problem is neceswry for win pjng the war and winning the war is our niain, £0Aceru Much hjm been said about owking rub • ber from alcohol derived from f^rtn crop* We 4q a great deal of our hu sinew . Wp »bo)4d like to see thwn bjv- ing a hand in supplying the raw matfriolt for rubber. We are working with petroleum became we understand it. At tbe request «f tfae Government we have helped farm. Rubber exoects to out into onertttioa fife Guv. y^F* J *• T?< frw* W£*" "f*** *iJHu**« ^^5 ^FWH Indiana, a Ljrgeptej».tnBS«ce4 by tb*D«- dioie, which MOM of th«prinftj«J i .- >. .
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