Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1945 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 26, 1945
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PAGE FOUR WESLEY BOY AT SERVICES IN A GERMAN CHURCH Wesley, June 25—Cpl. Chas. Kraus, who is in the engineers stationed at Augsburg, Germany, wrote his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kraus Sr., May 20 that he had attended church services in a Lutheran church which was built in 1515. Part of one end had crumbled from bombings. It is remarkable for it to be still standing for all nearby buildings are in complete ruins. The church connects wit.h the other buildings, and there is no steeple to distinguish it as a church. He said they walked through a corridor entering an auditorium, which is quite small, with a balcony on one side. The pulpit is 20 feet off the floor. Half of the peopli sit facing the other half. The most remarkable thing to him was birch trees growing through the floor. There were a dozen, all around 20 feet tall. It seemed strange to duck the branches of a tree while walking down an aisle. He wrote: "Coming over on convoy we saw land for the first time since March 7 when we came in sight of. the coast of Ireland on St. Patrick's day. The day before we ran into several submarines. We had a large escort of destroyers, that kept dropping depth charges all over the place. You could feel the concussion very plainly at, times. j "Several destroyers came out, to meet our convoy two days be- j fore we hit land. Every day; we had fire drill on the boat, j We now live in a sort of Dutch I Augsburg." | Louis Cink Weds Algonian— Many attended the Cink-Shick wedding dance here Wednesday. Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cink, was married that morning to Mary Shick. of Algona, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona. They will live on his father's farm southwest of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. George Cink have moved into their residence they purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hauptman. Visit Husband at Camp— Mrs. "Bud" Hauptman, nee June Haverly. came Thursday for a visit at the parental J. L. Haverly'p. She had been employed in California until! two weeks ago when she went to Gamp Attertaury, Ind., to visit her husband, who is in the military police, and was restricted to camp awaiting orders to go to strike areas. Card Club Has Picnic— Members of the 500 club held a picnic at the Clarence Ward home Thursday afternoon. The guests included Illrs. Ed. Hildman, Mrs. Matt Erdman, Mrs. Joe Studer, Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Mrs. Joe Goctz. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA> IOWA -TUESDAY, JU NE DOG TALES (Submitted by Leonldos Betl-y Camp, 761 Harrison Avenue. Salt Lake City 8, Utah) w OME dogs are noted for intelligence, sortie for loyalty, others for general utility. Few combine all these qualities with the bravery and perseverance of the western sheep and cattle dog. Shag had been helping guide a herd of fine beef cattle at an angle across a double-track of the Union Pacific near Morgan, Utah. His master, t rancher, had watched and counted the day's trains go by, and wasn't expecting another. But the Union Pacific was running a troop train that day. It was rushing through the valley like the W«u wind, enroutc to a port of embarkation. Just as the cattle, close-bunched by the dog snapping at their heeli, were well-astride the tracks, the train shot around the curve. The tancher yelled and spurred his horse, but the cattle dog never wavered. He barked, snapped, bit in every direction. The cattle scattered, and as the locomotive bore down, the dog made his last leap, but too late. He was struck by the cattle-guard and his back was broken. Of forty cattle on the tracks, only four were killed or injured. The brave dog dragged himself off through (lie weeds, and hobbling on his front legs, edged his way toward home about a mile away. He never made it, dying about halfway. All the time the rancher had just sat on his horse and stared. Everyone else was awed and silent. I was the conductor on the train that killed that dog, and saw nearly the whole incident. As long,as I live, I'll be kind and generous to every dog that needs'human help and kindness. Give your dog an extra pat for his constant loyalty. And feed him well with the nutritious dog food, un- rationed, at your grocer's. KelHe will pay $10.00 for every original true do? story accepted-for publication. Send them to Grand Central Post Office, Box 429. New York City. Unaccepted manuscripts will not be returned. Do not send in stories that have been published elsewhere. KELLIE— his mirk in the church basement Thurs- Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Poppe and son Cecil, of Clarksville, and j Halvorson as hostess. Mrs. Nel- day, June 28, with Mrs. E. T. Betty Johnson, of Green, were j son Grote, of Armstrong, for- Wednesday guests at George Ricke's. j The Willing Workers circle j met Wednesday afternoon at the ' Methodist church with Mrs. P., C. Haynes as hostess. Mrs. John Amesbury was hostess to the Dorcas circle Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Haack attended the I funeral of an aunt at Lone Rock j last week Tuesday. The Stitch and Chat circle met with Mrs. Arlo Dawson Friday evening. . ' * Legion Auxiliary at Luverne Names New Set Officers Luverne, June 25—The Legion Auxiliary met Monday night in the Legion hall with a big attendance. Election of officers was held: President Mrs. Harold Phillips, first vice; Mrs. Ray Stone; second vice, Mrs. Walter Engel; secretary, Mrs.Art Dimler; treasurer,. Mrs. Frank Gron-' bach; historian. Marjorie Riley; chaplain, Esther Merkle; sgt.-at arms, Mrs. Nels Jenson and Mrs. Emmett Knary; executive board, Mrs. Aaron Steussy, Mrs. Walter Hefti, and Mrs. Carl Swanson. Fice new members were also initiated at the meeting: Mesdames Ethel Lamb, Clarence Krause, H. E. Rogers, Frank Moeding, and Flora Raney. The new officers will be installed at the July meeting. Mrs. Irvin Chapman is the present president. mer pastor's wife here, and who is now district corresponding secretary of the organization will be guest speaker. Last week Tuesday afternoon Smiths. Treva Sprong, employed in Waterloo, spent •father's day with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.; Frank Sprong. • Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson and Mrs. Guy Roney visited Sunday at the home of their daughter, • Mrs. Eugene Sweeney- Britt. 1 W. F. Miller visited a week ago Sunday with his wife at the Leon Millet; home in Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding, of Whittemore, visited a- week ago Sunday at his sister Mrs.' Anna Erpelding's. Mrs. Naomi Salmon left Monday evening for Superior, Wis., coupons thereto attached by de- livet-y merely. Section 3. That said bonds, coupons and provisions for registration be in substantially th-> following forms: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF IOWA COUNTY OF KOSSUTH to visit a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jennings and sons, of Miller, S. D., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Jennings, John •Grant, Bancroft, was a dinner guest Friday at the home of his uncle, Cecil Smith. Kathryn Marso, who has 'been employed at Kearney, Neb., visited last week at her sister Mrs. Alviri Lenertz's. She was accompanied by her sister from Mitchell, S. D. Mrs. Howard Hoffman enter- few little folks and their mo- No.. CITY OF ALGONA SEWER BOND $1.000 KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that the city of Al- gond; in' the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa, for value received, promises to pay to bearer, or if this bond be registered' as to principal, to the registered holder hereof, the sum of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) on the first day of November, 18 , with interest on said sum from the date hereof until paid at the rate of one per cent (1%) per annum, payable November 1, 1945, and semi-nn- nually thereafter on the first days of May and November in each year, interest to maturity being payable on presentation and surrender of the interest coupons ber.eto attached K as they severally mature. Both 'principal and iiv terest of this bond are payable a lew mtle folks and their mo- in lawful money of the United there last week Tuesday after- states of America at the office of noon m honor of the birthday of her daughter Mardie. After playing refreshments were served and 4-year-old Mardie was presented with gifts. Mrs. Flora Lauster* of Bigstone, S. D., is visiting'her .sister, Mrs. Charles Roney,' arid her brothers Harry • "and .Ross, Clark. . . ' . ; Mrs. August Paulson, Mrs. W. M. Smith and Mrs. W. F. Johnson attended the funeral services of Mrs. Helen Norton in Algona i last week Tuesday afternoon. Charles Brown w*as entertained at his home father's day at a dinner given toy his children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Rollands. He was the city treasurer in and of the city of Algona, Iowa. This bond is issued by the city of Algona pursuant to and in strict compliance with the provisions of Section 6J25 and Chapter. 53.1 of the Code of Iowa and all laws amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto, and 'in conformity with an ordinance of the city council of said city duly passed, approved and published, for the purpose of building and sewers in and for Mrs. Glenn Burrows entertained, presented with gifts. and Mrs. Carl Burrows assisted Tennis Court is Built— A tennis court is being made just east of the- Ed. Loebig residence. Mrs. Loebig and Irene, with the assistance of others, are doing the work. Trio Fishes in Minnesota— J. P. Studer, John Richter and Father L. N. Klein enjoyed a several day fishing trip to Minnesota last week. All Around IOWA Other Wesley News. Mrs. Tom McMahon entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon, and guests included Mrs. T. McMahon, of Wyoming, Iowa, Mrs. H. H. Raney, Mrs. Joe Muerer, Mrs. Will Loebig, Mrs. Chas. Mullen. Mrs. Arlo Dawson had high score, Mrs. Alfred Erdman, low, and Mrs. Mullin the guest prize. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer will be hostess to the group next week. Mrs. Joe Eisenbarth and Mr. and Mrs. Eisenbarth Sr., of Morgan, Minn., came Wednesday, the former to visit her sister, Mrs. J. B. Meuhe, and the other Hildman relatives, and the latter couple to attend the funeral of her brother, Maurice Dailey, at St. Benedict Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. B. Lloyd, of Burligton, were Wesley visitors last week. His mother, Mrs. Rose Lloyd, and Bub Ash, of Charles Cky, were here Wednesday. Mrs. Edith Lloyd is supervisor in a deaf and dumb institution at Kansas City. Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick returned Tuesday of last week after a few days visit with relatives at Chicago. She had gone there with her son Robert, who had spent a furlough here from the Marine base at Paris Island, S. C. Mrs. Tom McMahon Sr.. of Wyoming, spent from Wednesday till Monday at the home of her son Tom and family here. Her two granddaughters, Patty and Mary Lou, returned with her for a visit. Mrs. Mary Stufflick, of Forest City, came Thursday evening to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Ricke. Friday morning they attended the funeral of Maurice Daily, 63, at St. Benedict. Evalon and Doris, young daughters of the Delbert Bentons, spent last week at the George Hanig home. Irene Hanig is employed at the Benton home west of Algona. Joan, 7 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke, spent several days last week at the Dan Froelich home near St.* Collide in Ditch—Henry Hunwardsen, Monticello, and Fred Koering, Cedar Rapids, reversed the usual procedure for car collisions. Mr. Hunwardsen noticed Mr. Koering's car, going in the same direction and just ahead of him on the road, start to skid on icy roads'. The car driven 'by Mr. Koering went into the ditch where it collided with that drivi en by Hunwardsen. Hunwardsen's car had also skidded when he applied the brakes. Paper Salvage—Boone County Auditor "Herb" Fitzgerald recently turned over 29,310 pounds of old county records to the WPB for the waste paper collection drive. Assessment books and rolls and duplicate tax receipts made up the largest part of the paper turned in. Some of the records went back to 1866, In Technicolor—When a thunderstorm follows on the heels of a blizzard "the lightning flashes appear purple on the snow," reports an eye-witness to the Storm Lake Register. The thunder storm occurred early one morning following a wind-driven snow storm in which both snow and sleet fell. 15 boys and girls in honor of Er- | Mrs. W. M. Smith returned a nest's 7th birthday. Mrs. Wm. week ago Tuesday from .Illinois Bauman and Mrs. Paul Gelhaus where she had spent a week visiting relatives. Mrs. Downey, who spent tyvo weeks visiting a daughter, Mrs. her. Friday evening Mrs. Elvin Carpenter was hostess to the; Wesley VanAlstyne, in Gilmore Missionary Study group pf the; City, returned home Sunday. " " " A girl was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Rutz at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. This makes four g and three boys in the -family. WSCS. Devotions were led by Mrs D. B. Mayer, and the study was led by Mrs. Edward Cass. Groups of neighbors and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Gws Anderson Thursday afternoon and again in the evening to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brand, of near Elmore, visited Sunday at the Harry Schroeder home. Mrs. J. McDonald and Rose Marie returned last Tuesday from Rochester, where they had been to consult an eye specialist. Relatives here have received word that William Barnes is soon to be discharged from the army. He has been in service four years and has sufficient points for discharge. LIVERMORE The Frank Grant family of Wesley, visited Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Wilbur Beers, and his uncle, Cecil Smith. Wilbur Shields, in the navy, and his wife, are sepnding a furlough visiting his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Con Shields. He has been stationed on the east coast, but on return will report to the west AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $30,000 SEWER BONDS AND PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY OF TAXES TO PAY THE SAME. Whereas the City of Algona,' in the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa, heretofore, pursuant to and in strict compliance with, all laws applicable, lawfully .ordered and provided lor- .building and constructing sewers in and 'for said city, the .cost whereof to !the amount of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) is to be paid : 'by said city as a whole by the issuance of bonds; and ' Wlhdreats it is necessary and advisable that provisions be made said city. And it is hereby certified and recited that all acts conditions and. things required toy the laws and constitution of the state of Iowa to exist, to be had, to be done, or to be performed precedent to and in the issue of this bond, were and have been properly existent, had, done and performed in regular and du« form and time; that provision has been made for the levy of a sufficient continuing annual tax on all the taxable property within said city for the payment of the principal and interest of this bond as the same will respectively become due; that the faith, credit, revenues and resources and all the real and personal property of said city are irrevocably pledged for tha prompt payment hereof, tooth principal and interest; and that the total indebtedness of said city, including this bond, does not exceed .any constitutional or statutory limitations. This bond is subject to registration as to principal in the name of the holder on the .books of the city treasurer of said city, such pay the interest on said bonds as It falls due, and also to pay and discharge the principal- thereof at maturity, there be and there is hereby levied upon.all the lax- able-- property in said city in ^ach of the years while said bonds or any of them are outstanding, a tax sufficient for .that mirposo. and in furtherance of this provision, but not in limitation thereof, that there be and there is hero* by levied on all the taxable property in said city the following direct-annual tax, tovvit: ^ For the year 194ii.' n tax sufficient to produce the sum of $3,300.00 for principal and interest; For the year 1916, a lax sufficient to produce the sum of $3,270.00 for principal and interest; For the year 1947, a tax sufficient to produce the sum of $3,240.00.for principal and interest; For the year 1940, a tnx sufficient to produce the sum Of $3,210.00 for principal and interest; For the year 1949. a tax sufficient to produce the sum of $3,180.00 for principal and interest; For the year 1950, a tax sufficient to produce the sum of $3,150.00 for principal and interest; For the year 1951. a tnx sufficient to produce the sum of $3,120.00 for principal and interest; For the year 1952, a lax sufficient to produce the sum ) of'$3,090.00 for principal and j interest; ' j For the year 1953. a tax ' sufficient to produce the sum of $3,060.00 for principal and interest; For the year 1954. a tax sufficient to produce the sum of $3,030.00 for principal and interest; Said taxes when collected shall be converted into a special fund for the payment of principal and interest of the bonds hereby authorized and no other purpose whatsoever. That "the principal or interest coming due at any time when there are insufficient funds on hand to pay the same be promptly paid when due from current funds on hand, and reimbursement be made to such current funds in the sums thus advanced when the taxes herein provided shall have been collected. In order to meet interest falling due on said bonds on November 1, 1945, there is hereby appropriated from funds not otherwise appropriated the sum of $100,00 which shall be set aside and used solely 'for that purpose. Section 6. That a certified copy of this ordinance be filed with the county auditor of Kossuth county and that said auditor be and registration to be evidenced by] he is hereby instructed in and for notation of said treasurer on the' CONStftVE back hereof, and after, such registration no transfer hereof, except ' upon such books and similarly; noted hereojy shall be.'-valid unless the last registration shall have been to bearer. Registration hereof shall not affect the'nego- tiability of the coupon hereto attached, which shall continue negotiable by delivery merely. for the issuance of bonds of said | 'IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. coast. Mrs. Herman Larson visited LEDYARD Phyllis Baker, of Council Bluffs, came Wednesday evening to visit her friend, Mrs. Paul Wilson at the E. T Halvorson's. Virgjl, older son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, had his tonsils removed at Fort Dodge a week ago Saturday, Mrs. L. E. Anderson, of Swea City, visited her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Burrows, last week Monday afternoon. Thursday aftenoon the Methodist Sunday school picnic was held on the school grounds, and games and contests occupied the afternoon. At 7 p. m. a picnic supper was served in the church basement to about 80. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter were business callers in Mason City Thursday. The Rev and Mrs. C. O. Anderson, O f Swea City, called at D. B. Mayer's last week Monday. The Methodist WSCS will meet 1 Saturday with Anna Murray at the Leon Murray home in Ren- Wick. Nancy- Thorn, of Indianola, is spending her vacation visiting her cousin, Mrs. Andrew Merris. Mrs. Doris Olson was hostess to the Presbyterian Aid at her home Wednesday afternoon. After the business session and lesson a .25c lunch was served, Yvonne Fuhrmann, who is attending a business college in Des Moines spent the weekend visiting her parents, the Sylvester Fuhrmann's. Mrs. Margaret Sweeney, who has been ill at her home here, was taken to Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge last week Tuesday for treatment. Mrs. 'Bertha hostess to the Baessler was Past Matron's club at her home Friday, Luncheon was served on arrival of the guests, and the afternoon was spent playing 500. Mrs. Andrew Merris and Mrs. John Merris attended funeral services for the former's uncle at Indianola a week ago Sunday. Merrill Miller is spending his summer vacation visiting his aunt, Mrs. Wm. Phillips, in Woden. The Bernard Devine family, of Woden, visited Saturday evening with her father, Mike Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Murphy, stationed at Ottumwa, visited city in the sum of $30,000 to defray tt#» cost of building and constructing said sewers; and " Whereas notice and hearing ;i on the initiation of proceedings for the issuance of said .bonds has heretofore been given in manner and .form required by Section 363 of the Code of Iowa and no petition nor protest has been filed; Now therefore, toe it ordained by the city council.of the city of Algona, as follows: Section 1. That pursuant and as authorized toy Section 6125 of the Code pf Iowa, there shall be and there is hereby ordered issued the negotiable sewer bonds of said City of Algona in the principal amount of $30,000, said bonds to be 30 in number, dated July 1, 1045, 'bearing interest at the rate of one per cent (1%) per annum from the date of said bonds until paid, payable November 1, 1945, and semi-annually thereafter on the first days of May and November in each year; that said bonds be signed by the mayor and attested by the city clerk and the seal of said city affixed, and be registered as to issuance by the city treasurer and a certificate of such registration endorsed thereon; that interest on said bonds be evidenced by coupons thereto attached and maturing on the several days when such interest matures, which coupons shall be executed with the facsimile signatures of said officials, and said mayor and city clerk, by the execution of said bonds, shall adopt as and for their proper sifenajtures .their respective facsimile signatures appearing on said coupons; and that tooth principal and interest be payable in lawful money of the United States of America at the office of the city treasurer in and of the city of Algona, Iowa; that said bonds be of the denomination of $1.000 each, toe numbered consecutively from 1 to 30, both numbers included, become du« and payable in their numerical order: $3,000 on said city, by its city council, has caused this bond to be signed by its mayor and attested toy its city clerk, with the seal of said city affixed and the coupons hereto attached to toe executed with the facsimile signatures of said mayor and city clerk, which officials by the execution of this bond do adopt as and for their proper signatures their respective facsimile signatures appearing on said cou- all the first day of July, 1 each of the years 1945 to 1954, inclusive, to enter for collection and assess the tax hereby authorized. Section 7. That all ordinances, resolutions, or parts thereof in conflict herewith toe and the same are hereby repealed to the ex- ent of such conflict. Passed and approved June 21, 945. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Attest: Mayor. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. I pons, to 1945. . • 4 I •******?* • *.**» w* i*w« « <pU|WUVS V** from Friday to Sunday with his I November 1 of each of the years mother, Mrs. Mary Murphy. """" Harry Zigrang attended the funeral services of an aunt, Mrs. Callahan, in Humboldt. Mary Ann Scott and Phyllis Fredrick left last week Tuesday to visit the former's aunt, Mrs. Glen Taylor, in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. John Dole visited Sunday with friends in Clarion. Deloris Geish, cadet nurse at Sioux City, spent a week ago Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Henry Ziemet. Mrs. Keith Bsessler, who is employed at a Ford war,plant at Milford, Mich., visited recently at Carl Boessler's. Donald Smith, stationed in Indianapolis, Ind., arrived Thursday to spend a 90-day furlough 1946 to 1955, inclusive. Section 2. That each of sajd bonds be subject to registration as to principal in the name of the holder on the books of the city treasurer, such registration being noted upon each bond so registered, and after such registration payment of the principal thereof shall toe made only to the registered holder. Any bonds so registered, upon the request in writing of such holder personally or by an attorney in fact, may be transferred either to a designated transferee or to bearer, and the principal of any bonds so transferred and registered to bearer shall thereupon be and become payable to bearer in }ike manner as if such bond had never been registered. Registration of any bonds as to principal shall not revisiting his parents, the Ike strain the negotiability of the Attest; Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. Clerk, of the City of Algona, Iowa No.. (Form of Coupon) $.. On , 19...., the treasurer of the city of Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, will pay .to 'bearer Dollars ($-..-. ) at the office of the city, treasurer, Algona, Iowa, for interest due that date on its Sewer Bond, dated July 1, 1945, No Attest: Mayor City Clerk (Form for Registration of Ownership) Date of Registration Name of Registered Owner Signature of City Treasurer On the back of each bond there phall be endorsed a certificate of the city treasurer in the following form: . City Treasurer's Certificate The issue of this bond has 'been duly and properly registered in my office as of the first day ol July, 1945. Treasurer of the City of Algona, Iowa. Section 4. That said bonds bp executed as herein provided as soon after the adoption of this ordinance as may be and ther- upon they shall toe delivered to the treasurer of said city, who shall register the fact of the issuance of same in a toook provided deliver for that purpose and ( r , t __ r ^ said bonds to'tHe'purchasers, as determined toy this council, upon receipt of the purchase price, the same to be not less than the Rai value of said bonds with accrued interest thereon. Section 5. That as required by Section 1179.2 of the Code of Iowa and for the purpose ol providing for the levy and collection of a direct annual tax sufficient to w! Repair, RepaintJ Reroof No Now is the time to do your repainting Our stocks of Paint ore Complete) F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Have You Bought Your War Boi Sketch shows U. 5. fighting &i men digging foxhola undefl fire on a Pacific beachhead.! HOW DEEP WILlYOU hflie MIGHTY 7«i WAR LOAN? WAR LOAN T HIS YEAR, thi 7th ..,.. Loan has to raise just about as much as was raised by two loans up to this time last year. You can see In the picture above one reason why ,., why that boy and millions like him must continue to have every advantage money will buy to do the job and get home again, War bond money buys food, clothing, weapons and ammiuni- tl'io. War bond money medical supplies and cent care. War bond helps bring him home faster. , That much for your c°+ science ... This much for you* $4 fp* every $3 inves turity; guaranteed security same security that backs" " lars you put into the the world's best investment. Sponsored by Farmers!of|KosSuth Co.

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