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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1845 Tour Neighbors in the KHAKI AND BLUE SPENT LEAVE HERE--Lt. and 'Sirs. Carl F. Stephan left Monday for Fort Monroe, Va., after spending a 15-day leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stephan, 543 14th s - E Mr. and Mrs. Eay F. Lee of Spirit Lake, spent the weekend at the Stephan home. Mrs. Lee Is a sister of Lt. Stephan. Enronte Lt. and Airs. Stephan ·will visit a. couple days with Mrs. Stephan's mother at Harvey, 111., before returning to Fort Monroe, where Lt. Stephan is stationed. --V-- KETORN TO VANCOUVER-- Sgt. and Mrs. Carl C. Olson and daughter, who have been spending the holidays -with their parents, BIr. and Mrs. P. B. Murphy, 102 14th N. E., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, Taylor N. W» returned to Vancouver, Wash., where Set. Olson is stationed at the Barnes general hospital. ,,* --V-- C O M P L E T E S E N G I N E SCHOOLING-~-Having completed 3 16 weeks' course in class B engine schooling in Chicago, Kobert N. Russell, aviation machinist's mate 3/c, has returned to 'his former base in Alameda, CaL He was in Mason City on a short leave visiting his wife' and children at 202 27th S. W., before going to California. --V-- PKOMOTED IN IT A L T-Friends here have received word that Thomas A. Watson was recently promoted (o .the rank of corporal. Cpl. Watson is with (he 83rd air service squadron somewhere in Italy. He is a former student of Hamilton's school here and has been overseas 31 months. y fl» I Ji.' w ? s ? t unta Amy Lowell was 28 that she discovered that poetry was her natural mode of expression and she was 36 before her first volume was published. Are Doing Tibeau, 2 Years in Iceland, Back in States on Furlough Living in Iceland ['.^·P^HilW. " ~"--j Is Not So Bad, He Says? Worked on 'Home* Radio Back from Iceland T/5 Al Tibeau, former composing room employe of the Globe-Gazette, and for the past 2 years stationed in Iceland, was in Mason City over the weekend calling on relatives and friends. Mrs. Tibeau, who works at a broadcasting station in St. Paul, came with him arid has returned to her work there while he and his daughter, Jeanne, have gone to Charles City to visit his parents. Jeanne makes her home with Mrs. Tibeau's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coe, Mason City, and attends school here. Al says he was 10 days in making the trip from Iceland to the states, 3 days from Iceland to England, 1 day lay over changing boats,, and then 6 days on the Queen M a r y making the t r i p ' from England to the U. S. He said the trip from Iceland to England was pretty rugged. One thousand men in the hold of the steamer which was none too large, and 800 of them seasick at about the same time. The trip from England to America was in great contrast however. Nine of his mates and he had a private stateroom and a private bath. Of coarse 9 to a stateroom didn't leave much excess room but it was a whale of a lot better than the first part of the trip. It took 6 days to make the passage because the ship went far south of its usual cross Atlantic route to'avoid rough seas since there ware a, number of wounded aboard. Al will report to Fort Snelling, Minn., in the early part of February for reassignment, and is not sure whether he will be returned to Iceland. Living in Iceland where he is stationed is not so bad," he said. The food is pretty good except thai they get very few fresh vegi etables and the like. His last work in Iceland was at a "home" radio station which is charged w i t h bringing in airplanes that are lost. He says it is nice work for one reason--the pilots they help out are so grateful They seek out lads in the station and wring their hands for the help they have been given. Sgt. Walters Cited With 15th Air Force With a 15th Afr Force Service Command Signal Company, Italy: For the efficient manner ia which it installed telephone communications and rendered radio repair service to the B-24 Liberators of 4 widely dispersed aerial bombardment groups in Italy, an 80 man signal company service group of which Staff Sgt. Bernie W. Walters, of 718 Van Bur en N. W. Mason City, is a member, has been awarded the meritorious service unit plaque, according to a recent announcement by headquarters, 15th air force service command. The official recommendation for the award, which was approved by M a j . Gen. Nathan Twining head of the 15th air force, read: "This signal company installed and operated an efficient telephone and teletype service in spite of extremely adverse weather conditions, setting up communications for a 15th air force heavy bombardment wing. "Here again extremely difficult conditions were met and overcome. Due to the widely dispersed airfields in their area, the company had to work long hours in the worst kind of climatic conditions to set up their installations and lines of inter-communications. They (personnel) h a v e again and again demonstrated the finest ingenuity, adaptability and perseverance in the accompishment of their many duties, while at the same t i m e maintaining a high standard of morale, a neat personal appearance, and an extremely low number of disciplinary cases." Staff Sgt Walters left from the united States for overseas duty in June, 1942. (Walters recently returned to the states and was in Mason City on a 35 day furlough following which he went to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., to be assigned to overseas duty again ) y North Iowa Soldier Serves With Veteran Troop Carrier Group With the 12th Air Force--Second Lt. Virgil I. Lunning, husband of Virginia M. Lunning of Hampton, Iowa, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lunning of Mason City, Iowa, has recently been assigned to a veteran troop carrier group of the 12th air force. The organization, affectionately called "Cerny's Circus" after its colorful commanding officer. Col John Cerny of Harrison, Idaho, has served overseas for more than 28 months. For distinguished service in the China-Burma-India theater, Lun- nings group has been awarded .he war department unit citation His group has also given out-, 1/5 AL TIBEAU Whereabouts Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Vosburgh, route 4, have received word that their nephew, Pvt. James Vosburgh, had landed safely In Italy. Pfc. Cyril J. Ziegler, whose wife lives at 1423 President N. W., has been assigned to duty at the air transport command's Fairfield- Suisun army air base, CaL, according to word received from headquarters there. Prior to his entrance into the army, he was employed with the meat packing industry. It was stated that his duties would be to directly aid in the successful execution o£ the mission of army transport- command installation: To funnel American aircraft and skilled air crews into the strategically important Pacific theater of operations. Merle James McLaughlin, 17 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McLaughlin, Mason City, was enlisted in the IT. S. navy .on Jan. 5, according to announcement made by local navy recruiter In charge, W. G. Burris, Jr., CSp(R). Merle chose the general .service branch o£ the navy where he will have the opportunity of qualifying for one of many,service schools. Barney E. Griffith, seaman 2/c, stationed at the naval air technical training center, Memphis, Tenn., is visiting his grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. B. D. Griffith, and cousin, Miss Betty Mae Geer, 221 14th S. E., during his 7 day furlough. Seaman Griffith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. -E. Griffith, San Gabriel, Cal., who formerly resided here. Ensign 3. 3. Feeney, U. S. N. R., has le_ft to report to his ship for duty In the Pacific following a 2 day leave .spent here with his mother, Mrs. J. T. Feeney and sister Donna of Hotel Hanford. Ensign Feeney had just returned from overseas duty in the Atlantic. Marine Sgt. Tom Rye, -who has been home on a 30 day furlough from 2% years of overseas service, has gone to the marine base at Parris Island, S. Car. Edwin Oeltjenbruns, T/5, headquarters section, oJ Butterfield, Minn., spent a few days visiting relatives at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oeltjenbruns of Swale- dale. He is stationed at C a m p White, Oregon. John W. Gunther, whose wife, Lucile, lives at 32 llth N. E., has been promoted to private 1/c, according to an announcement received from headquarters of the army service forces 8th service command at Ashburn general hospital, McKinney, Texas. Gunther is assigned to the medical department as a ward attendant. Fvt. Richard Erdenberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilkinson, 118 22nd S. E., was home last week enroute from Camp Hood, Texas, to Fort George Meade, Md. Pyt. Erdenberger had just finished his basic training at Camp Hood. --V-Two All-State Athletes Doing Teamwork in Army Meet in Germany Two Mason City athletes, Pvt. Lloyd Klein and Paratrooper Paul Bruns, who made the all-state team in basketball in 1343 are today doing teamwork in a bigger way--in the U. S. army in Germany, where they accidentally met each other recently. "The boys were so tickled to see each other that they didn't know what to say," said Lloyd's mother, Mrs. Walter Klein, 1614 Washington N. W. At that time they were stationed a third o£ a mile apart and were going to try to get together as often as an opportunity was provided, Lloyd had written, Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs, H. A. Bruns, 925 Jefferson, N. W. The Kleins have another son' in tne service, Loren, pharmacist's mate 1/c, somewhere in the south Pacific. --V-Will Rogers, noted American humorist, was neither born in the United States nor died in the United States. standing performances in the invasions ol north Africa, Sicily Italy and southern France. Before entering the army air forces, Lunning was employed by the Milwaukee Railroad company. BACK FROM ETO--Willis Sev- fts, HoMM 3/c, visited with his cousin, Aleta Dunn, 915 Jefferson N. W., and other relatives in Mason City last week. He is back In the states on a, 30 day , leave after servtne 2 years In m the European theater and wears 5 stars for participation In 5 major invasions on the LST OOD» --V-- IN TEXAS HOSPITAL-First Lt. Haldane Lilley, who was wounded in action with the 5th army in Italy last October, arrived in the states Christmas morning and is now in the William Beaumont general hospital. El Paso, Tex., for a bone graft- ingoperationonhisleg.Lt. Lilley upon reaching the states was first sent to the SUrk general hospital, S. Car. A telephone call was received from him here at that time, and it was expected that he would probably be s«nt to a hospital in this area. Mrs. Lilley and baby son bora last Nov. 19, live at 1430 Madison N. W., with her parents. Lt. Lilley has served overseas twice, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs E. W. Liller, 309 Louisiana S E! --V-- -i-«jf ***·*· '~2^£T tw!^ TIFF Editor Comments on Guest lowan Clear Lake--The Sunshine Special TIFF, published at West Palm Beach, Fla., has the following to say about E. P. Jeska, Clear Laker who, with Mrs. Jeska is spending the winter in West Palm Beach: "Owning and supervising 3 farms in Iowa, comprising 450 acres that yield bountiful crops ol soy beans, oats and corn, is not an easy job. So E. P. Jeska comes down to West Palm Beach with the Mrs. for their 8th season, for a spell of relaxation and to enjoy gulf stream warmth. They are from Clear Lake, Iowa, -in the heart of the rich black soil belt of the midwest. "On hearing Mr. Jeska explain soil treatment, hybridizing problems and fertilizing formulas, we would say that he is not only a farmer, but an agronomist as well. "We may also add that Mr. Jeska knows considerable about our fertile muck land of the glades and it wouldn't surprise this chronicler that some day the Jeskas will be settled on the land here in Palm Beach county. They are at present located at 403 N, Dixie." Mew Semester Will Open Monday; New Classes Are Lasted Clear Lake--New classes to open at the high school in the 2nd semester beginning Monday -will include physiology in place of geography, TJ. S. government or civics in place of economics, journalism in place of modern, literature and business arithmetic and advanced grammar. Miss Ella Mae Knop will be in charge of journalism. Exams Wednesday and Thursday will he followed by distribution of report cards Friday afternoon. Hi-Tri was postponed from Tuesday evening to next Wednesday evening. Semper Fidelis, national honor society was'to meet this Wednesday evening. The Lions go to Eagle Grove B"riday evening. Humboldt will be here Jan. 19. COMMISSIONED ANDTRANS- FEKRED-Chester E. Ady, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ady, 817 Pennsylvania N. E., was among those cadets at Hondo army air field, Hondo, Tex., who won silver navigator wings and army air force commissions recently Since then Lt. Ady has been transferred to Vfctorrtlle, CaL. for further training. y Spraus Get Belated Greeting From Son Serving in Belgium - A Christmas card sent from Belgium by Pfc. Robert Sprau was just received by his parents, Mr and Mrs. John H. Sprau, route 4. Other than the greetings nothing much else was said, it was stated. He is with the anti-aircraft and has been overseas more than a year. His brother, Alvin, is seaman i/c with the seabees in Alaska. He won his present rating just recently. A menu sent by him shows that nothing was omitted from their Christmas dinner, which included among turkey and all the trimmings, fresh green peas, plum pudding with h a r d sauce, ice cream, cigars and cigarets, besides mince pie, fruit cake, candy fruits and nuts. Another brother, Pfc. Warren who was recently returned to the states after 33 months of overseas service, is now stationed at Lincoln, Nebr., with the M. P.'s He was home over New Years. The Royal Academy of Arts was founded by King George III of England in 1768. C, OF C. TO HOLD DINNER JAN, 26 Committees Named for Various Events Clear lake--Plans for a dinner meeting of the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce to be held Jan 2« were made at a session of the board Tuesday evening. The committee includes women members of jhe chamber, Mmes. Irving R. Morgan, Frederick A. Sermon, Paul VanLoan, C. A. Beckner and Doris Schaffer, Miss Kate Sauerberg, and possibly others. John Perkins, president, appointed committees as follows: Home town party--E. B. Stillman, Robert'Hayden and Henry Volstad. Des Moines sports show--A, L. Allen, Dr. E. L. Chappell. N. B. Rice, T. L. Sears, H. H. Crane, Henry Better and H. L. Heimendinger. Clear Lake centennial--Dr A. B. Phillips. On resolutions in regard to a change In the North Shore road-Ira W. Jones, L. W. Mahone and T. J. Farnan. '45 Harvest of Ice Begins Wednesday Clear Lake--Chris F. Jacobsen, who has a permit for taking ice from the lake this year, planned to start- cutting operations Wednesday* morning - if' the weather was favorable. Too cold weather is not good as the ice is brittle, icemen say. Mr. Jacobsen will have a crew of 20 men. Bob Rinard will be time keeper and checker, 'Cecil Shoop will operate the saw and Anton Petersen will be foreman at the icehouse. Three trucks will haul ice. Tuesday was spent in scraping snow off the field. The ice is now 18 inches thick, considered, an excellent depth. Mr. Jacobsen says that the Ice is fine and clear and as good quality as ever was put up. Ice will be cut for Garner as well as Clear Lake and possibly other points. Mr. Jacobsen estimates that a week or more will be required to fin his own icehouse. Brownies at Lincoln School Study Birds Clear Lake--Winter birds, bird shelters and winter bird feeding formed the study topic for Brownie of Lincoln school who met Tuesday afternoon. Suet, dried bread and popcorn were strung and taken home to be put on trees for bird feeding. Pictures and drawings provided by J. 2. Stevens and the Iowa conservation commission were studied. Games and songs and · a popcorn treat completed the program. Next week the Brownies will hold a skating party with refreshments to follow at the home of Mrs. BT B. Bailey, leader. The following week the study of South America will be taken up. The junior h i g h Brownies did not hold a meeting this week but will continue next week. . Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Oakland club, Mrs. John Floy, all day. Lake View club, Mrs. Reuben Grell, noon. Rotary club, I, O. O. F. hall, 12:15 o'clock. W. R. C. circle, Mrs. Ethe! Weed, 123 S. 2nd street, 12:30 o'clock. AQ chapter Iowa, TTT society, Mrs. B. B. Bailey, 305 S. 2nd street. Linger Longer club, Mrs. R. Fryer, 208 Clara street. Catholic Ladies aid, St. Patrick's church parlors. Trinity circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Dick Grifhorst, 313 N Oak street. Clear Lake temple No. 83 Pythian Sisters, Mrs. Ira W Jones, 500 N. 3rd street, 7:30 o'clock. Chivalric lodge No. 82, Knights of Pythias, Ira W. Jones office, S. 3rd street, 8 o'clock. Lake's Ambitious Feeders 4-H club, Raymond Nickerson home evening. Park chapter No. 35, O. E S officers practice, Masonic Temple, 8 o'clock. U In D ' Learn to Sew Series Opens Monday Eve Clear like--"Learn to Sew" Class will open at the high school Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock inder the sponsorship of the Clear l-ake vocational homemaking department and the direction of Miss Irene F, Floy, vocational homemalting instructor, it was announced Wednesday. The series includes a course of -0 lessons, each 2 hours in length Topics will be illustrated, dernon- strated and .discussed during the first 30 to 45 minutes of the class eriod and the remainder of the *ime will be given over to personal garment construction prob- ems of enrollees. The lessons will Include Instruction on how to use and care 'or the sewing machine, the correct technique for taking measurements, how to interpret pat- ern.instructions, how to alter pat- :erns for fitting, how to change he pattern design, types of garment construction as seams, plackets, buttonholes, pleats, trimming and hems, and suggestions tor remodeling garments. All dear Lake homemakers are invited to join the class No fee will be charged. Clear Loke Briefs Wanted: Boy for profitable route. Apply Globe-Gazette office. New officer* of Pirit chapter No. 35, O. E. S., will practice at Masonic temple Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Ethe! Weed will entertain W. R. C. circle at her home Thursday noon for a potluck luncheon. Star club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Moffett instead of .with Mrs. Edward Hushia as first announced Busy Bee clab will meet Feb. 1 with Mrs. L-ynn Hyde instead of with Mrs. Tom Hayes as listed on the program. Mrs. C. K, Holland has received word of the birth Jan. 1 of an 8% pound son, Quentin, to her brother-in-law and sister, Herman K. Dnderkofler, metalsmith 1/c and Mrs. Underkofler, Wildwood, N. T. He has a sister, Susan, 2. Mrs. Underkofler will be remembered as Genevieve Brose. Her mother, Mrs. Leila Brose, left Clear Lake Christmas day to stay with her daughter and family several weeks. Pfc, and Mrs. Maynard Odden have been transferred from Enid, Okla., to Colorado Springs, Colo Pfc. Odden is with the air corps band. Mrs. Odden will be remembered in Clear Lake as Josephine Brose. Mrs. Edward Rnshla, 108 E. Division street, suffered a fractured shoulder in a fall on icy sidewalks in the downtown district Monday afternoon and is now at Park hospital, Mason City, for care and treatment. Kiss Clara MM Nlckerson is carrying her right arm in a sling as the result of a fall at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Nickerson Sunday. The arm was broken near the wrist. Austin Reynold* and son. Engene, and Lewis Ross left Wednesday morning for Los Angeles, Cal., where they expect to find employment. They were accompanied by 3 other passengers. Mrs. Phllomena Gagnon w»s dismissed from Mercy hospital Mason City, Wednesday and is convalescing at home. Mrs. Donald Ades has received word that her husband, S/Sgt Ades, is now in Germany. Mrs. Ades and children are at the Henry Van Zuuk home. "WHIRLS" FOR NAVY Ottnmwa, Iowa, (U.PJ--One of the nation's leading baton twirlers, who won the national high school ?A? m P io 2 shi P 3 Vars '»» a row-1937-1939--has donned navy blues and leads the Ottumwa, Iowa naval air station band. He is Seaman 2/c Karl Thurman, Brook- celd, Mo., who this year won the national men's championship at the Chicago musical festival for the 2nd time. Services Held for Lewis Larson, 50 Clear Lake--Funeral services for Lewis Larson, 50, who died suddenly Saturday afternoon at Cherokee, were held at Ward's funeral home Wednesday afternoon. The- Rev. Ruben Mostrom, pastor of Zion Lutheran church, conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. Pallbearers were E. W. Winnie Clarence L. Hansen, Albert Christenson, Jens Wind, Carl Johannessen and Howard Cash. Mrs. A. E. Folkmann, with Mrs. Mostrotn as pianist, sang "Abide With Me" and "The City F o u r Square." Mmes. Forde Lee and Gertrude Bice arranged the flowers. Relatives attending the services included a brother-in-law, the Rev. Otto- Jensen, Yanfcton, S. Dak. He arrived-Monday evening bringing the news that his son, Cp7. Kenneth Jensen, is now in England. Sanada has a population of 11,506,655 in an area of 3,466,556 square miles. AGAIN IN ITALY--Mrs. O A. Ostrander, 3tiy, W. Main street, Clear Lake, has received a letter from her son, T/Sfi. Harris V. "Bed" Ostrander, stating that he Is acaln in Italy where he Mired 34 months before coming home last summer. He sold there was plenty of mud and rain wd that he had had « days in » rest cwap. T/Sgt Ostnnder would like to jet letters from home folks. The address may be obtained from Mrs. Ostnnder. Mrs. E. M. Toinby Is Circle Hostess Clear Lake--Mrs.' Harold Hansen assisted Mrs. E. M. Toinby in entertaining Elizabeth circle of the Zion Lutheran aid at the Toinby home Tuesday. The -Rev. arid Mrs. Ruben Mostrom and Mrs. O. T. Olson were guests. Mrs. Hansen led devotions and the Rev. Mr. Mostrom the Bible lesson. Plans were made to serve lunch for the "Ten Study Series" Jan. 21 at the church. Mrs. Royal Thies will entertain, the circle Feb. 13. S. S. BOARD HOLDS DINNER The Congregational S u n d a y school board .held a potluck dinner meeting at the L. W. Mahone home Tuesday evening. Reports on the Christmas program and treat project were given and other matters disposed of. The next meeting is Feb. 13 with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols as hosts. La Fuerza, the old fort, is the oldest structure in Havana; it was built in 1538 under direction of DeSoto. NELLIE MILLER WILL GIVE TALK Home Decoration, / Use of Color" Topic ',' Clear Lake-- Miss Nellie I Mil- 1 ler, interior decorator from the! i studio of Younkers, Des MoinesL ' will be presented at the library- 1' clubrootn Tuesday evening at 8 , o'clock by the homemaking de- ' t of the Clear Lake Woi- Home/ t" tot Df th}/ '·d til partment man's club. Miss Miller will speak on "Horn Decorations and Use of Color" the program. Each member of Woman's club is requested bring a guest. There will be charge for admission. Miss Miller is a. specialist in the\\| art of home decorations, sponsors! state, and will bring to Clear Lakeg 1 ' nomemakers a wealth of ideas andM practical suggestions on home I' 1 beautification. She is continually ll called to various Iowa communi- fi ties to give addresses and demon- 3 strations such as the one at Clear '''·· Lake. Sponsors state that this is ' a special privilege for local home- % makers since she seldom visits any I but the larger cities of the state Mrs. L. L. Bless, Ventura, is £A charge of arrangements. /5T Mrs. Leo Esbeck, Ventura Je chairman of the homemaking deHi partment of the club and Mrs E|/ J Hayden is secretary-treasureifli The tea originally planned foM January is being postponed unti.a' "Alteration o Patterns" Is Lesson Topic! Clear Lake--Mrs. John Page presented a lesson on "Alteratwn of Patterns" for the program of Sing and Sew club which held art all day session at the home of Mrs. Loyal Cox Tuesday. A potluck luncheon was served. Mrs Marion Cox was a guest. Plans were made for a housewarming « y1JS V the new home of Mrs. Harold Grattidge near Oakwood next Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Harvey Knudson will be hostess at an all day meeting with potluck luncheon Feb. 13. Other clubs also met Tuesday Mmes. Jens Wind and E li Yeager were substitutes of the Hi Lp Bridge club at the home of Mrs. H. G. Crump. Mrs. p D Leith won high score and Mrs! Wmd low. Mrs. W. C. Hofer entertains Jan. 23. · * M J S - Reuben Fryer was hostess to the H. D. club at a social afternoon. The next meeting is Feb. 13 Mrs. Gus Pueggel entertained" Merriment club at a social afternoon A Red Cross laprobe was completed and blocks for another were distributed for home work Mrs. Will Hollatz will be hostess Feb. 13. Mrs. C. E. Ferson was a guest of Priscilla club at the home of Mrs J. C. Palmer. Mrs. W. F. Collins spoke on "The Other Half of Helen Kellar" and read some poems. Mrs. Collins entertains Jan. 23. f GARDEN CLUB ELECTS Alta Vista--The following officers were elected by the Alta Vista Garden club Monday night- Mrs. Joe Menges, president; Mrs Harry Fichtel, vice president; Miss Viola Dodd, secretary-treasurer. GET EXTRA RED POINTS! if * * SaVe used fats for your country! Keep saying all used kitchen fats. Your country urgently needs them... to help make ttedicine^ parachutes, «ynthetic rubber, munitions, paints and soaps for military and civilian UKS. So keep up your good wort. Save every possible drop of used fats. Remember, for each pound you turn in, you get 2 red ration points! Save Used Fats- For the Fighting Front 'Approved by OP A *nJ 1PPA. Paid for ly Industry

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