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Stoci I offitj DOES IT READ 1-43? . Look at the date after your name at the top of your pa* Â· per. If it reads 1-43 your subscription expires this month according to our records. PROGRESS-REVIEW LA PORTE CITY, IOWA, OFFICIAL Black Hawk County and La Porte City NEWSPAPER Tin Can Collection to at Free Papers For Overseas Said Barred ^ ':No Official Notice Yet Report Overseas Menj 5t be Paid Subscribers! After Jan. 15 j ; Although we have not as yet i received official notice from the ! post office department, and al; 'Â· , though the local post office still 1 f has no official word on the mat.',, ter, news dispatches from Wash-j f ington say that no more free pa-1 r pers may be mailed after this "i .-- week to men on overseas duty. . ,If this proves to be official, I f this issue of the Progress-Review ' will have to be the last for men' I . on foreign duty unless f hey wish to send in a paid subscription. "We '' ' do not know as yet whether the ] "order will apply only to army - men on foreign soil, or to navy '. men on sea duty as well. We re; peat, we have no official orders ; on the- matter as yet. ' r - We should like to continue send- 1 ihg the paper free to all La Porte City community service men, but if. this proves impossible in case ;. of men overseas, we will offer a '- '.special subscription price, which - , ' is Â§2 50. The half-price rate, the .. ' lowest the post office department allows, will be J1.25 a year. L ,' It is not probable that the re- "Â·.". ^Striction will be extended to men 'Â· , ,in service inside the United '.^States, so we expect to be able Â·'*- continue this part of our serv to our friends who are servin Â· country. One more suggestion: When RULES ARRIVE The local post office late Wednesday received a bulletin the United States. The riles are just a liniTbit hazy, Â°bVas nearly as we can make them out, it will be necessai v for bovs TM^S *e eonntry-,n thc . "my, n Â°t the navj-tb send ,,', 1 .."- :"Â·' . '" ""- army, not. tne navv--to scntl us paid subscriptions before we can go on sending the paper to them. *" We suggest that such -subscriptions be sent by V-mail .? s ~Vn!"? e "" * we be "formed in the letter cither that the Â¥1.25 (our special yearly rate for service men abroad) is following by regular mail, or that we should collect from the boys Parents We 11 be able to resume mailing the paper-, as soon as the V-mail order arrives, and can wait for the money. About 25 boys now on our mailing list will be affected bv this new order, which was issued by thc post office department at the request of the war departmpnt, in an e f f o i t to tut down the volume cf mail going overseas. We suggest that boys still m this countrv when fin- Il\ sent overseas, send ts a V-mail order for the paper a. s oon as possible after their arrival. They will continue to receive the paper free a in the past so long as they remain inside the United States, but must send us subscriptions if thov w in 1 the paper after they leave. Navy boys will continue t o ' i c c e i v e the paper free, wherecver they are, unless the rules aie iirain changed. It might be well to add l h a t we will not bo able to start sending papers to boys overseas simply through gettine subscriptions for them from parents or friends. We must have i written order on file from Ihe boy himself before the post office can accept papers addressed to him. Incidentally, paiunts cannot themselves wrap papers and mail them to the? bovs under the new regulations. Only subscribers copies mailed Lv publishers will be accepted by post offices C c C $, -^service man's address is change Â· ? ;* n d he fails to notify us, the pos C .Â£.' -office Department sooner or late i .'sends us a "two cent due" car C h, iwith the new address. Boys whos .3 Â·'dddresses change couid save u ^.I'ithese two-cent fees, which add *; W? to a considerable sum eat j - month, if they would write us a ;Â£ note promptly, giving us their ,-Â·" new addresses. A largs portion Â·JJ of the 175 boys getting thc paper _' Â£*,--,aeem to be moved around once or twice every month. Rams Lose First fame This Season Â£ f k The La Porte City Rams were j/5/,' handed their first setback of the '" r ?*'-rseason by a strong Dysart quintet, _' * '27 to 25. Both teams failed to dis- [ -?--, Play thc type of ball they had I i l Â«_/ played in previous games /-y- The Rams started the night's f: 'fireworks by jumping into * early lead, 7 to 2, but the Dysart ;V.'iJiye behind the snapshooting- of 1 jjj* Theil and Seiback, rebounded to ^.',jj|^ad the Rams 16 to 15 as the half ended. Going into the half both teams played on 5J-* even terms. Dysart still held on Â£V.to a 22 to 21 lead. In the final f t period both teams fought desper- Â· ,ately to go into a safe lead. How- J ,-*ver, Dysart was able to maintain , Â· -their narrow lead until the gun "" sounded. Chuck Sides and Ken Kruse juiced the Rams in scoring, col fleeting 14 and 6 points, respective Secback and Theil looked goot Dysart, scoring 8 and 6 points icctivaly. Defensive honors oi night go to Chuck Sides who a good rebounding game j: well as taking thc offensive "iQrs. he Dysart second team made evening a complete success ._ the visitors when they downed .tta little Rams, 26 to 13. Selk Â· scored 10 points to pace Dysart's attack, while Lesh was carrying "* L - Rams scoring punch. Mrs. Lane Dies Monday ^ Lifelong Resident cf La Porte City Passes Away at Waterloo Hospital Mrs. T. J. Lane died Monday morning, January 11, at 5:30 at a Waterloo hospital, where she was taken on January 2 suffering from heart trouble and complications. As Charlotte M. Cramer, she was the daughter of George and Lydia Cramer, born March 13, 1868, in La Porte City. She married Thomas J. Lane in September, 1885, at Mt. Auburn and lived in La Porte City and vicinity all her life. They retired from the farm to La Porte City about 26 years ago and Mr. Lane died! in September, 1939. Mrs. Lane was a member of the Methodist church and the Rebekah 'edge and was active in both as ong as her health would permit. She is survived by three sons, Sdward of Brandon, and George Â·xnd Will of Cedar Rapids; eight rrandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. } Broad of La Porte City and tfrs. Ida Downs of Clearwater, Churches SACRED HEART CHURCH Rev. Ronan Folcy Sunday, Holy Mass and Benediction, 9:00 a. m. Friday, Holy Mass. 7:30 a. m. Friday, Devotion^, 7-30 p m. Saturday, Holy Mass, 8:00 a. m Saturday, Devotions, 7:30 p. m ST. MARY'S OF MT. CARMEL Eagle Center, la. Fr. R. F. Duffy. Pastor Masses on Sundays at 8.00 and 10:00 o'clock. Red Cross Here Elects Q . -Mrs. A W. Fronin ff President cf Local Unit of Onranj/ntion A* t' 1 ' ,1'iii'j'il n i ' e t i r e r of the R t d ^ C i o - ini Monday night ;it the ' ' " i ' ' ' ' i " !'ie Wo-vini; o f f i - o e \ i ' c ' Mrs -\. AV. Froning, I 1 '"Â·'"' : Â·''-. W. \. Franklin 1 u I" ~i l e i t Eli m r Biown, Â· i c ' e t M . V i - II i i j V,. Peters, .11 11 a in i A o l K e i I t l i i v nu'eunp WHS n ' u i i (! lo i a e . l i n i-iv a p j ' c a n n j r j mi t l ' Â· m e r b e r . h i p i,,l] ca l] ln | O e t r l . e . M i l Tln-ie' w a s n o roll call in 1"12 anywhere- in the n.i- , t i e m hut i e one t Hod roll call and j W . u - H f l i e f e l n v t will be made in 3I.H eh. Ui 13. There were M l j m i n i b e i - in this- area for the ( l a ^ t _M. :I . ,i. |v hoped t h u e w i l l ! j be m a n y mou 1 feir 1913 and all f u ' i u c yi'ai.s Few p e o p l e reah/e the scope O f Kc.,1 Cross w o r k , e - p c c i a l h m wav time. The Red C i u s , is the connecting l i n k bo- t w c c n tin- s o l d i L i - at the front anil the h o m e ft mil. Tons of food c l o t h i n g anel m e d i c a l supplies, aie' s h i i i j H i l !i'| o- e i ihc w o i l d to al leviale tin. rnisei 3. of thc unfor- j l u n a t e ' e m l i a n s in the ii.u /.one's, m a e l d ; i i i . ' i to the \ a s t supplies r e e i u n e e l b oui sci \ieenien and women. naugurated in WAR GOES ON IN THE SOLOMONS GUADALCANAt ISLAND City A Horary Is Sponsor Of Program Housewives Asked to Clean, Flatten and Save Cans for Reclamation by the Government IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Gilbertvillc. Iowa Rev. Wm. J. Cremcr, Pastor *ev. Victor Gcrlcmann. A s s i s t a n t Sunday Masses at 7 and 'j a. in Week day Masses at 7 and Â» LA POHTK CITY CITr'TII TVESLEYAN METHODIST Rev. A. Rolhfuss, Paslor Sunday, Sermon, 10 a. m. Bible school for all ages, 11 a. m. Bible study for all, 7:SO p. m. Sermon, 8 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. C o m n u l l r e s for various local a v t i v i l i i s a l e not j e t complete but M i l l be a n n o u n c e d in tins paper .soon. A n y o n e who w a n t s to do l o l u n t c e i w o i k in any way, has onh to make; the fact known. Letters FARMERS PREPARE U'-ar G i a n r l n m S w u n n a n o n , I\'. C. Dec 28, H112 (Farmer Fieldwoman, E. Miller) American agriculture is on tin march. Six million soldiers of Ihc soil are waging the biggest foot offensive in the history of this or any other nation. The 1912 fooel campaign was a staggeiing unelei taking because. our farmers \\eic storming a production objective one-third bigger I than the food output of the yc.ir 1U17-18 ami one-fifth greater than the average production in 1935-39. United States farmers realized j t h a t this was not just son drive -- it was a ^Ulipose j o u never ex- hear f i o m a grandson To tell the t i u t h , a one sea- full-scale campaign^ ^extending round the " calendar year and every year u n l i l the war is won and the world I m t i ' i i i| co w r i t e sooner b u t ) I m ^ back on its peace t i m e t l i e \ ] . i me in the dam M. P. i j n c - - The post-war period of tl: e i d n a i l } dousn't give me m ' e h ( M I T i-o \-nlc. I don't e'ven ' h . i \ e t i . n e ' c. , M i l c Mom or Etta a Inij,- h l t e i I i i I v i n i n t h e a r m y 2 months Olil,\ I l i t SO bal- Fla. The funeral service was Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Bamhart and Johannsen uneral home with Rev. Ralph jupplee of the Methodist church 'fficiating. Burial was in Ingledow cemetery near Mt. Auburn. EMMANUEL WESLLYAN METHODIST C H U R C H Harold B. Scogcan, pastor Sunday School at 10 a m. Morning Message at 11 a. m. Young Peoples Service at p. m. Evening Message at 8:30 On this Thursday evening i construction nriy rcqunc' as much from f a i n i n s as w i n n i n g the war It may require more reeeline a starving K u i o p e is a big ordeT. To meet this j ear's prodtctior .... can't compiai'iV! (ro:ils U h i c h Cillk ' d f Â° r an ovcr al H i f n - l a n d q u a i t e i s are fme.l " u:runse of f i v c atlcl one-half per I'IM - - i - ' i i r d a l Id- Mooie C e n - | c e n l of Ia "' t y t:lr '- s nut-put, c o - ei il ||i , i t . ] ) , . , , H sure i s l " u | mated action by e v e i y f a r m e i w e ! ' , ,, m . l | l ) s ,,,, _,!] si( | c . S] T(](i in the land was necessary. Since U( - - I t t m i ' h'i*~ been f a i i l y nice. So /,u it ha n't lccn v c i j cold but h . n e luil q u i l e a bit of rain. I t h a , i , i n n l e i n t i n u o u s l y f o r t h e l a ^ l L H D la b u t i ^ n ' t cold ' I h e an n't ni.inv .soldieTs here. This hu 1 -])!!,!! .s foi casualties only n n d ( h e m e n heie' a i e ward a t - La Porte City will have its first ' d r i v e for tin cans, to be salvaged , bv the govctnment, in the near f-tiire. The elnvc will be under | tin- elireition of the American Le- I f f i o n A u x i h a i j , ,t was announced ' l o d a j by Mrs. Ralph Foss, preside' nt^ of the orfjimzation. "The eiti7ci-s feel t h a t the nlu- miniim elnvc, the scrap iron drive and the blnck out were all 100 per cent successful," Mrs. Foss com- iiU'd m announcing the new campaign. "Lets put this call in the same class " The salvage depot will be the olel post office building on Main street. In petting the cans ready for collection, several rules must be ol^crved. 1. Clean the cans thoroughly and dry woll 2. Remove tops. 3 Remove bottoms 4. Remove labels. 5 Flatten cans after inserting both tops and bottoms, in order t h a t they may be packed to conserve all po.ssiblu space. ,-, G - The cans must be tin, not runeral Services to be enamelled Held Sunday in Funeral! 7 " Kccp "' d i y plncc to ttvoij Mrs. Oren Dies Today t e i d.mt . 1 Iv \ cle-an up, some Mrs Frank Nabholz sang two elections, accompanied by Mrs, ", A. Brust. Casket bearers were Burrel /ilder, Ray Runyan, John Triem, lilt Harmon, Thurm Howrcy and W. O'Brien. .the Wellwood Williams home the-, h e l p in d i f f e r e n t things, such church is holding a combined Mis-1 Uic, u j x i a sionary meeting a n d W a t c h K i t e - l t U e h ' i h i r j service. Everyone welcome. Tel' your friends to come there arc many scarcities nnd Ashley Now on Guadalcanal Island Roy Ashley, last reported with Marine Corps on Tulagi island ^0 Solomons, is now believed .. .,'r on Guadalcanal, where heavy fighting 13 still in progress against Â·"Â· Japs, his mother, Mrs. Roy ey, Sr., said this week, recent letter from him said getting the Progress-Review . B new post, which he did not idartify, and that he enjoys it very ,mneo. iPPrich Heads h-Game Club :h and Game club officers 'a at a meeting last Thurs- night include Chas. Rupprich, Â·dent; Dallas Busman, vice 'ident; C. A. Brust, secretary shortages of production facihtic" every acic of land anel eveiy ounci of manpower had lo be devoted to the use whie-h would make the most effective contribution to the successful conclusion of the war. To fighl, our armed forces musl eat. To prow the needed amount of the- right crop, is'as important a job as meeting the goals of tarkb ;' l o o m s , X-ray and am ] . S |,, P p i o d u c t i o n . l n c sure have it| T ,, c A g r i c u l t u i . i l Adjustm.-nl Lho v A . Lho I hey I Agency, is Ihc agency through EMMANUEL EV \ N G E L I C A I . CilURCH G. L. Bcrgcmann, Pastor Sunday church school, 10 a. m. | w o i k l~ h o u i a day and we w o r k which"farmers""!^^achiivuiT I only e i^ht em - n n i u jiosls, and s i x , ] 0 4 2 goals It i, the , on otlieis. .-'- ' ' - - - - i- - Â· I ' v a f e v the' fa, there has been ihroueh"which"thi'y can achieve Morning worship at 11 o'clock I Evening worship at 7:10 o'c'ock.] Mid-week service and BiMc- study at 7:30 o'clock on Thursday evening. Sincr no one in thc c o m m u n i t y would want to live in any community where the influence of the i i M - n l i c i e as casual- t i c s , 't he j came Aom North Afri- ' ca. SOUR ;iri | ) i c t t y bad off I George Fell Hurt By Corn Sheller George Fell, prominent farmer who lives three and a half miles wesc of La Porte City and operates the Black Hawk seed farm, 1 . , . . . . is B patient at Allen Memorial ^. ch .'_ s . "?^ **"? f _ hospital in Waterloo following an accident last Thursday at the farm in which his left arm was drawn into the gears of a corn shelter. Flesh was torn from the arm and one of the bones in his forearm was crushed. Surgeons are trying to save his hand and he is doing as well as can be expected. . t h e i r 194.1 goals Observe talked tu t h e m From what they,20th Anniversary -ay I e^.e-.s it's no picnic o v er| Mr and Mr.s. Walter Wagmer Home Here Mrs. Charles G. Orcn ehed al 11 o'clock Thursday morning following a lingering illness-. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m Sunday at the; Uarnhart nnd lohannsen funeral home Born Eva Rebecca Ilowrcy on Oct. 2, 1871, she was Hie daugli er of John and Nancy Howre )f Spring Creek t o w n s h i p . oil Dec. 21, 18%, she married Cliai'es Oreil, and the'y began Ihe-n ! manicd life on n f a r m in U e-hanan county. Mr. and .Mis.' Oren movejd lo La I'orle 1'itv i n I92G. She was a m e m b e r uf tin I'ythian Sister loelge- he re .Suriivmp are her h u s b a n d : U-o brothers, W. II J l u w r c - y nf \ \ . Lcrloo a n d fie niece l l o w n \ 1 1 Spring Creek, two sisler.s, Mi.s, Alice I'.obe- and M i s M n r j l i u w n nf Waterloo; two n e p h e i two nieces. rusting On a bpccified date each month, to be announced in the near future, trucks to be furnished by other organizations, aided by the Boy Scout.s, will collect these boxes of cans, which are to be placed on I he curb in front of each home. Christmas Seal Cash Still Coming The holnlav season is past, but e-or.lril.ntions a i e .still coming to (hi r h n s i m i s ^e 1 i l f u n d here, M i s Glenn r Teeter, chairman, n - l i e u l s To i l a L e SI.1S31 has been Christopher Talks At Farm Meeting Dr. W. F. Chnstupher, local veterinarian, eliscuss'ed proble'ms dca'ing with poultry dise ascs and made .several laboratory specimen e x a m i n a t i o n al the adult agricultural council's evening school meeting here Wednesday night at the: room rncr the fire hall. The second meeting will be held W e d n e s d a y caning, Jan, 20, ;it which time problems dealing w i t h feeding and m a n a g e m e n t of poultry will be eliscussed. Later meeting will deal w i t h income I'riii i '.i.us past w e know theit ' ' U ' n m i t I . i n n e r v we shall con" i i ci iu' i onlriljutiona," Â· i i v L i M i i i ' i i n t i d (his week. i i' ' ia f .\e shall hear from ! Â· iii'i w i n ; f01 cot the seals i ( hi" !m:is rush Thc "I bi v v.'i 1 s t i ' I be in thc poat j i M f j e c through t h e remainder o f 1 .January." | 'I he seal committee must close i t s reconls Feb 1 in order that work on the 1913 tuberculosis program can be started there. I h a t e d lo .see them come, were surprised by a group of| p a i r , problems and farm machinery rc- Thi, t o w n of S w a n n a n o a is a s m a l l plaie; I j u l t h e r e ' is a town t h e si7L of Rock Island about 14 Mrs. Bess E. Lehman Funeral Wednesday Funeral services were held in Â·edar Rapids Wednesday for Mrs. Beas E. Lehman, 47, wife of Dr. C. V. Lehman of Cedar Sapids. Mr. Lehman is a son of Mrs. Ida Lehman and a nephew of F. E. Lehman, John Lehman and Mrs. George Klock of this city. ,,,, ,, ,,.,,,,,, ,_,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,. Mrs. Lehman s death in a Ce- But adversity has always been this community should want to sup port the nhurch in every wav possible. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Frederick R. Passlcr, Pastor Sunday .school at 10 a. m. Church Worship service at 11 a. m. The theme for the morning message will be "The Place o] Prayer in the Church Today!" This present war has given an impetus to piety and spiritual desire in many parts of the world. Recently a poster appeared in a London church with these wordÂ«: "If Your Knees Knock, Kneel on Them." Kneeling is a good remedy for knocking knees. It is unfortunate that it takes war to make people prayerful. lar Rapids hospital last Sunday followed a long illness. Three daughters, two sons and a brother survive her. Brust President of Building and Loan Officers elected by the La Porte Building and Loan association last fc'v i j , , -- - w - ~ -- Â» j wjiwiug aim .uuttii iu3ui;iae.iun mai. 4 V? T. a3urer - Directors are Wes- Friday night were C. A. Brust, Â£Â£Â· .AJ .?pe, Paul Chalupsky, Carl president; Mrs. M. F. Lizer, vice 'U3AEH tary, and Jamea Robertson, trew- beneficial to humanity in driving it to its knees. We shall be able to stand more firmly if we kneel cftener. m i l e s f i o i n hi-re calle-d A.shville. in I here when ever we can. i ~ n ' t m u c h IheTe eith'r-- slums, d a n c e s , hi e'r joirts and ice We also (M. P.'s.) L i v e to do d u l y there on pay days ami Saluielay nights. Well, ( / r a n d i n a , I ' l l close and friends .Sunday evening, J a n . 101 on their 20th w e d d i n g a n n i v e r s a r y . Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Feller and .son, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Lee, Mr. and Mr.s. Henry tiloede and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Homire and -,on, Mr and Mrs Phillip Schcib and Mr.s. Grace Schcib, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ilemberg and family, Mr. and Jake Selk, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Selk Machinery Repair Program Announced Harold Bcaty, extension engineer from Iowa SUte college, and representative's of the- Black Hawk county farm bureau and thc local vocational a g r i c u l t u r e department will speak at a farm machinery preparedness day meeting Farmers Asked to Help Feed Pheasants F a i m c i s are by officcrn of the La Poite City Fish anel Game club to help feed pheasants d u n n p the coltl ivmter wetks ahead of us-. For further information on the feeding program, or to obtain fi ed, farmers may call Noa. 1011, irfi or .'187 in La Porte City. School Board to Swear in Director The La Porto City school boarel will hold its regular monthly meeting this Thurtday evening. E. E Ronglin will be sworn in as a row director al the meeting, and plans w i l l be discus.sed for han- elling vacancy. mathematics instructor nmery /-* . j~ . to bo Canning Company to , , . . _ _ i Â« Â» i Â· I J i Â« - l / t l l u u i i ^ J a UtiJ i i i L i i b j i i E iu i*w -- _ _ ,, _ _ . f ,- f and daughters, Mr. and Mrs Lome h , d t th M ., rs theatM , herc E n f er f a j n Selk and fami v. Mr. am Mr.s.l ,. . i. .uiiliCiMHii j u t e moie late, when something Selk and family, Mr. and M,,., TM ^J"^^TM ^ 1 ' m n r n ^ f^hwiLt C,. L- .....I ,*** r.n.l O L . . I I . . , ' METHODIST CHURCH Ralph Snpplee, pastor. 10 a. m., Church school; classes for all ages. 11 a. m., Morning 1 worship. "The value of a Right Motive." 7:30 p. m., youth fellowship at the parsonage. happens. Your grandson, Bill ( P i t . Henry W. Branch) STATE JOBS Dr. C. C. Franks of Crimea has leceivc'd ic-appomtmcnt as state veterinarian, an office under the state secretary of agriculture. Secretary of Stale Wayne M. iiope.s of On.iwa has rc-namcd lames K Lcvcrett of Council B l u f f s Â«Â· .superintendent of thc real estate department of the of- Â·ice of secretary of state. Stale :omptroller Trcd Porter of Des Monieb is hlalcd for re-appoinc- Christ Selk and sons and P h i l l i p Selk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peter- 1 tcn and Mr. nnd Mr.s. Llejyd Pc- terscn. Fivc The Iowa hundred was played at seven tables. High honors went to Helen Peterson and Walter Wng- mer; second honors went lo Ella Homire nnd Charles Pctersen. At a later hour l u n c h was served by Minnie Glocde, Lauri Kraft, Ella Homire, Emma Feller and Rache-1 Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Wagmer received company invited to attend. feature several reels of enÂ«TM,,,- [QT farmors of th]s communit ing movies, and other entertain- followcd by a movie Qt the M ^ "TM :/f_TMf".' wivt3 Dre . thcatre ' There wil1 bc Â° nl y e "'Â«- tammcnt on the program. CAR WENT NUTTY More than 200 hickory nuts were- Zancta, really makes hia poultry t-iken recently from the muffler business pay. His weekly cge and cx h au st pipe of the car of thu check averages over |BO. He spe- Rcv . C . M. Hans of New Albin. GOLDEN EGG Martin Dufcl, former near cializes in a new breed known as Ostcr Whites, a cross between READ THE WANT ADS. mcnt by Governor-Elect B. B. Hickcnloopcr. MODERN TICANSPORTATION Art Johnston's idea of transporting his family and parents lo the pre-Christrnas program at Olive Branch country school near Clarmela was a tractor pulling an j Indian travois, or drag Indians , used to transport goods behind a horse. a gift of money from those prcs- whitc Leghorns and Jersey Gi- cnt - I ants. Pullets numbering 302 have Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wagmcr avc ragcd 229 eggs daily since early and daughters, Audrey and Max-' October, ine, live on the Ralph Brown farm northwest of La Porte City. GRADUATES MORE FOR MONEY . Those weekly newspapers in 'Iowa which are issued on Thuri- Miss Carol Hanson of Gnnncll i days furnished their readers with was the first to graduate of a 63 newspapers during the year class notice thc peculiar sounds coming from his engine until relatives called them to his attention. It is believed mice stored thc nuts in the car as a great box of them had disappeared from his garage, ITS THE "ADAMS COUNTY IOWA" Because it reached its goal of selling $176,000 in War bonds in of 30 girls selected for just parsed. The year 1942 th^ period Nov to Dec. 12 t a i n i n in r a i f f Air- o ec. special training in Braniff Air- 1 started on a Thursday and cndod nmg C O U nty will receive the honor ways communions methods, on a Thursday making 63 issues o f haV]n g a bombing plane Thn SO new onprntorrs are the -In all ;n~ta*j ,,* *u_ ____ i ---- ..... 8 _ """"""S p Hue The 30 new operators are the in used 52, Bruiif Airwayo. I cor of the customary will not rMM. SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!