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GUARANTEED 4-PIECE 1 PEN SET -------------__ BOYS' WESTERN HATS FELT Sizes 6 1 /4-7 LADIES' NO-IRON GOWNS COTTON ]]] Sizes S, M, L LARGE SELECTION MEN'S SUITS Sizes 38-46 BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS 1 I Sizes 4-16 '* LADIES' COTTON PLISSE SHORTIE PAJAMAS 1 Sizes 32-38 "" MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Sizes S, M, L--MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS - Sizes 7 -10 5. * Where there's a weasel there's away" Telephone Engineer Fred Pangborn was stumped. 1 ' His crew had the job of« placing an important telephone cable under the reinforced concrete runway and approaches at a midwest air base. Tearing up the runway would cost a lot of money and interrupt vital military traffic; Fred had to find a better way of getting that cable laid. •«•* A half-mile-long drainage conduit buried six feet under the runway offered some possibilities. The conduit was located in an ideal spot, but getting the cable through it looked like an impossible job. *M^ Then Fred remembered a trick he had used as a boy. He obtained a weasel and fashioned a simple harness for him. Placed in the conduit, the weasel scampered through to the other end, pulling a light string behind him. The crew used the string to pull through a thin wire. The thin wire brought a heavier wire, and tlu's quickly snaked the heavy cable through. ^ We think this true story illustrates the resourcefulness of telephone people everywhere. You can depend on the telephone—and telephone people—to get your message through quickly and efficiently. er ier, ents, rs H. E. Fischer pilot held as Chinese Reds, 1 from two n a letter to ently. of informa- 1 the Los which car- the son of 1. man. Lt. , to his fa- is, 2324 Haich this 25- meniioned » California e met some !noi indica- y are Capt. Swea City, ig was for- Upper Des W. Mishak. »ived by the ' the following three other forced to at- ;r Russian or Friday even- asked if the ridence of her rard Commu- " she replied, i shot down North Korea, riated in the hange at Pan- ;t. her said they om him Tues- which men- iing" periods ews he wrote that \e news" and of the Geneva said he ment a was well, re- and that he ie soon, some 5 a.m. and re_. ;. p .ae day a week, Saturday, is called '"sanitation day" and Sundays are "free time." Fischer wrote that "there were so many things, I'd like to know the answers to, I don't know where to begin." He says he would like to continue his education, after his release, and commute by plane from Iowa State College to his home near here, so he could assist his father on the farm and still get his degree. Thinks of Farm "It must be wonderful at this time of the year on the farm," his letter continued. "I wish I were there to enjoy it." He said he was in good health.' Negotiations for the release of Capt. Fischer, now 28 years of age, are still in progress at Geneva, Switzerland. A proposal has been ma'de for the exchange of the Americans for Chinese students being held in the United States. It was only the third letter the Fischers had received from him since he was captured. Mrs Fischer said they still do not know where he is being held. IT'S FOR YOU! ...dependable telephone service that saves yon counties--! steps, countless hours... for pennies a day. Peter A. Cody Rites July I Held In Depew Funeral services for Peter A. Cody, 90, resident of Palo Alto county for the past 61 years, were held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, July 2 in St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. Burial was in the south St. John's cemetery near Cylinder. Rev. Nordheim, pastor of the it. John's church conducted the ites. Five nephews and one ;reat nephew served as pallbearers. Mr Cody, a retired farmer, died at the home of a son, Amer, with whom he made his home 1 Vz miles northwest of Fenton June 28. Surviving in addition to his son, Amer, are a son, Theodore of San Pedro, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs Hannah Ryan of Des Moines, and Mrs Minnie Me Leskey of Los Angeles, Calif., one brother, Ed Cody of Rockwell; and sister, Mrs Mallen Bjalland of Norway. Mrs Cody died in 1912. Also surviving are eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Mr Cody was born in Norway but came to this country in 1884, settling first in Illinois before coming to Iowa. He was well known in the county as an industrious farmer and a good neighbor, retiring from active work when advancing age made it necessary. Many friends attended the last rites. Northwestern Sett A spring in Marlin, Texas, turns ordinary glass, when dipped into it, to a clear and permanent amber.
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