The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 19, 1942
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STUDENTS Of LAKOTA HIGH N PRESENT CONCERT Lakota: A modern nvuslcale was oriented by the high school at the school auditorium last Week Tuesday evening and was much en-> joyed by a large audience. The .program consisted of "In the Still of the Night",! .gills' .glee club; "The World Is Waiting, for the Sun^ rise," girls' trio; ''Tne'Rose'V Dorothy Asmussdn; "cloud*", gifts' glee club; 'tMy, Own America", chor,' us; "1 Heard a 'Forest Pn Arliss Heetland; "Intermezzo, fraying,", iza." Rua- , . sell Castor; "Deep Purple,". Winston Sdirbeder! "Stardust" girls' aextette; ('Music When Soft Voices Die," girls' sextette; "A Perfect Day", ohdrus; "Rhapsody In Blue," 'finale. ( v Tony Thompson visited hla family here' a few days last week. He Is working In a blacksmith shop at Keystone, and the family will move there when school closes here. , Luella Shaw, teacher at Fort Bodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shiltz of Algona attended the high school play a week ag6 Frldayf The women are former teachers here. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meany, of Manly, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding and Mrs. George Allen, -Hurt, MrV and Mrs. Harold Roba, Swea City,and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ro< ba, Elmore, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the Elmer. Klehitz home. ^Ray Smith and his mother, Mrs. Ida Smith drove to Minneapolis early last week and spent the week faiylft* goods, Mrs. Watd Cawaort, who has been visiting hdf mother here the past week, accompanied them as far as Excelsior, MM. Will Thaves and Xttctor of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves and - daughter, (Marilyn of Thompson, attended a family re-> Union at the Henry dfuderians In Algona last week Sunday. Mrs. OtideHan Thaves, I was formerly Ruth Mrs. Laura Wolcott, Jamestown, JNf. • *., afld her sister, Mrs. Dcra Liesveld and .daughter, Ramona, of Mason 'City, visited at the Wade Balls last week Sunday. ' Mrs. Wolcott is on ne^, way to< Oregon to visit a daughter. Both women are former residents of Lakota. Sunday visitors at the George Heetlands were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Balvance, Hldora, Mrs. Balvance's mother, Mrs. 1. H. Crowley of Chicago, Mr. and 'Mrs,. Harold 50,000,000,000 Eggs— That's a lot of eggs, but Secretary Wickard Is asking poultry raisers, to produce that many this year, and will still need eggs for next year. May and June chicks will produce eggs yet this year. Our heavy breeds are (rood layers besides being , good meat producers. Order chicks' today — MOW. Bargains In Started Chlkcs. Also Ducklings and Poults. Turkey SWEA CITY HATCHERY Swea City, Iowa U. S. Approved U. S. Pullorum Tested Phone 85 McDowell of Belmond, Mr. Conrad Gaoel, Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gahel, Pilot Grove, Minn. A son was born to Mr. artd Mrs. Charled 'lOhu<Sk"l Peter/Ion early last week Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John GrleSe, and Mrs. Gust Nelson Is caring for them. This is the, first child -and the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Grlese. He has been named James Allen. Relatives gave a miscellaneous post-nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Etner Hanson', nee Louise Strobe), at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Marie Strobe), a week ago Sat urday evening. Mr. Hanson is a contractor at Buffalo Center and is expecting to be called to the army so the bride will stay with her mother for the present. Mrs.. Boyd Mulverhlll and daughter, Sandra, and Lola Schroeder left last week Monday via automobile, for Mrs. MulverhiH's home in the east. Her husband Is In the air corps there. She spent two weeks visiting her. mother, Mrs. Alfreda Johnson and her husband's mother, Mrs. Walter Leslie. Lola will visit friends for a month or more before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Koppen and little son, Craig, came last week Friday for « 15-day leave visit with Clarence's mother, Mrs. Amelia Koppen and his sisters and Mrs. Koppen's mother, Mrs. Alfreda Johnson and family. Clarence 'is stationed at the Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia. He has been in the navy six years and has seen recent service on the east coast and North Atlantic waters. cook first class. He is ship Billy, son of Mr, and Mrs. Millen Jensen, was very ill at his home Friday eyenlng. mousles. He now has .the GERALD STUDER, WESLEY, SUFFERS HAND INJURY Wesley: Gerald, only sort of I and Mrs. Alf Studer, suffered a pain ful Injury to his left hand Tues day morning. While operating th< tractor his glove became caught In the power-tateoff, tore the nal from his middle finger, pulled thi finger out of joint at the first join and bruised the palm of his hand Dr. Richardson x-rayed the hand In spite of the painful Injury, Gerald, a junior in' the Wesley high school, took part in "the" Senior class play Wednesday night. Alt. and Mra. Emory Goodnow of St. Louis visited relatives here last v/cek. Mrs. Norbert Hilbert entertained her. BOO card club Wednesday afternoon. The bond drive under the sponsorship of the Lions club got under way last week. The C. D. of A. will moet Wednesday, May 27th. '/There will be election of officers. The Prlscllla Phoebe society will meet Wednesday, May 20th, with Mrs. Grace Simpson at Burt. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will serve a chicken supper at the Methodist church Tuesday, May 26th. Mrs. Leon Smith of Port Dodge, who had spent a week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klein- puter, left for her home Friday. A Red Cross meeting, was held Tuesday afternoon of last week in the C. D. of A. hall. This is to be the last meet|ng until Tuesday, Sept. 8. Mrs. Will Ricke was -'brought home from the hospital in Roches- ter'last week Tuesday. She is still confined to her bed With a heart p.ilment. Mrs. Myrtle Casler of Britt visited at the Ben Hopkins and Gerdes homes several days last week. Mrs. Casler is a sister of Mr. Hopkins. Members of the Study Club will hold their annual picnic at the home of Mrs. LeRoy Klelnpeter. This will conclude their meetings for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Waldschmidt spent the,.week end at the Elliott Waldschmidt home. Eldon Is in the army stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray of Bclmond <ind their daughter, Mrs. D. C. Hill of Omaha were dinner guests at the Ben Hopkins home on Mothers' Day. An American Legion Auxiliary carpet rag and radio party was hold at'the home of Mrs. George Aldrich Friday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Bleich was assistant hostess. The high school commencement exeicises will be held Thursday evening, May 21st at 8 o'clock. Dr. L. Ml. Hoftman, dean »f college of finance, Drake University, will give the address. The eighth grade commencement exercises will be held in the audl- toilum ^Wednesday, May 20th, at 2:30 p. m. Julfus Kunz, Jr. will give the address. There will also be a musical program. Alfred Erdnian, manager of the Wesley Co-Operative Lumber Co., and Ed Hlldman, manager of the Wesley Co-Operative Elevator Co., attended a lumbermen's meeting in Mason City Thursday. John Meurer of Charles City visited his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer here Thursday. That evening they visited Mrs. Joe Meurer, Sr., at Whlttemore. John left Tuesday for induction Into the army. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bramble of Sioux City attended the funeral of Tom Igou at Mason City Wednesday morning. They were dinner gueots at the Joe Meurer home on Wpdnesday. The ladles are twin sisters. The Willing Workers circle will meet with Mrs. P. C. Haynes Wednesday, May 20th. The K,* Y. N. circle will meet with Mrs. Thompson, the same day. The Oorcaj circle met Wednesday, May~13th with Mrs. George Aldrich. Rev. O. M. Johnson of Britt, pastor of the local Congregational church, will give the Memorial Dny address. The services will begin at 10 a. m. in 1 the auditorium. Everyone is urged to attend this program honoring the service men, Mrs, Alfred Erdman entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. M. Olson was a guest, Mrs. George Aldrich and Mrs. Tom McMahon won first and second high score prizes. Mrs. Aldrleh will be: hostess to the- club Thursday, May 28tb. Mt. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins lelt Friday for 'Excelsior Springs, Mo., where they will spend a few days. Thoy will visit relatives at Omaha, Sioux City and LeMars. Mr. Hopkins is enjoying a thrjs weeks' vacation from his duties as Milwaukee Motion agent, Mrs. H. H? Raney entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Ward, Mrs. Emil Wester and Mrs. Lael Root the guests. Mrs. H. J. Braley won the high score prize and Mrs. Wester, low. Mrs. Braley will entertain the club Thursday, May 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lang nnd baby Marilyn of Baltimore, came Thursday evening for a tw, weeks' visit at her parental J. L. Haverly "nome. Mr. and Mrs. Lang are employed in the Glen Martin 'defense plant. Mrs. Margaret Lang who Kid 'been with her son and family came back and will visit relatives at Armstrong for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haverly, Henry Haverly, Mrs. Alf Studer and tfrs. Agatha Haverly attended the Amoral of the latter's nephew, Tom 'gou at Mason City Wednesday morning. They visited Don Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Studer, who was a patient in the Mercy hospital where he had undergone an operation for appendicitis. «7,75 LUSBY&GIOSSI W» MTWiravrta* Pfcrap* ' t EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATION AT BURT FRIDAY Burt: Last Friday afternoon grail uation exercises for the eighth grade were held in the school gymnasium. The program included processional 'h/ Miss Baars; welcome Marjorie Klein; trumpet trio, Kenneth Schneider, Dale Lockwood, and Don Boettcher; piano solo, Mary Lse, Parsons; play,'"The Land of Good Citizenship" .by members of the class; Class Prophecy by August Sankey; bell solo,..Jo Ann Chapman; presentation of diplomas, W. B. Officer; Good-bye, Kenneth Schneider. The following pupils received diplomas: Beverly Bussie, Jo Ann'Chip- man, Lavina Groen, Frances Hnbe- ger, Jim Hansen, Arthur Hix, Marjorie Klein, Dale Lockwood, Marjorie Pannkuk, Mary Lee Parsons, Kenneth Patterson, Helen Racliut, .August Sankey, Kenneth Schneider and Mary Ellen Steward. Mrs. Virgil Srhrader visited her mother at Clear Lake last week. The Friendly Farmerettes irtet last Wednesday afternoon with'Mrs Ervin Wetzel. • The schools taught by Sharon and Nadine Mann joined in a -last day picnic Thursday at Titonka.. K. J. Smith and Harry Holmes Algona, went to Cass Lake o Thursday to spend a few days fish ing. , Mrs. Carrie Larsen was in Roch ester, Minn., the first of last wee having a check-up at the hospita there. . . . Marian Mdrgan was taken to th Kossuth hospital last Tuesda morning where her appendix wa removed, A group of friends gathered „ the R. A; Bleich -home Friday eve ning for a party in honor of Mrs Blelch's birthday. P. IL. Dremmel-Tepeived of the death of his only brother ii Prairie du Chiere, Wis, Funera services were to be held Monday. Larry Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs Claytons Johnson, \ returned las Tuesday fromuowa city, where hi bad had a check-up of his eyes. Roland Cbafee and Warren An dreasoa went to Ames Friday to spend the week end with Russel Patterson and Arnold Andreason, Betty Bee Christiansen entertained Margaret Rjchman, Presthus and Barbara Thompson al .dinner last week Tuesday evening L, Heaney and family, of i Center, Wis., visited, Wednesday at the J, T; Ueaney home. F, 1+ anj J, T. fJeaqey are brcth- JWrtJand. graders wer^ graduated at the sojboo) iThumdaiy evgning. Supt Ljfturitsen, was' 'present and prea T ente4 y» diplomas. wjnjrwnfcy slute m# at Thursday evening. njadji fpr the annual community Picnic which, wlU be held at the sojwjoj house Louis* Thompson employed ' I'he Rev. Bernstew was pastor at Britt when the Nelsons lived there. Bill Kressin, who is stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., had dinner last Monday evening with his dousin, Lydia Meyer. He had been visiting his parents in North Dakota. L. R. Gordner .went to Moravia Friday evening" to spend the week end with hid parents and bring home his wife and little daughter, who had spent the week end there. Verne Lovstad Jeft Thursday for Des Moines after a 10-day furlough at home. Verne was assistant cashier of the Burt Savings Bank. Maxine Fraser is tine new employee at the bank. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman attended the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Chipman, Mrs. Henry Elvidge, at Callendajr (Wednesday. ^Burial was made at Gowrie. 'Mrs. Elvidge died at Jeffers, Minn. A group of. friends was entertained at the ^Vyott Stott homo Thursday In honor of Mrs. Stott's sisters, Mrs. Harry Cheever, of Arvin, Calif., and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Buttonwillow, Calif., who are visiting here, Word was recevied here Thursday off the death of Henry Thompson, brother of Mrs. Carrie Bios-, som and Jennie Thompson. He died at Indio, Calif., where he spent most of his time. The body is being brought to Algona for burial. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of Montevideo) Minn^ afrid their daughter and son-in-law were calling on old Burt friends last week Tuesday. Mr. Miller had a har- nesss hop here more than 40 years ago. He built the 'building np»- oc- mtrtlarl V»»r tKn 1*"«.!__._.. « i y^° • LUVERNE CLASS DAY OBSERVED WEDNESDAY LuVerne: Class Day exercises were held at the LuVerne gymnasium Wednesday afternoon with the following program: music, "Novelette", saxophoe quartette-? lower grade awards by respective teachers; music, eighth grade; presentation of eighth grade, Edna Schutt; acceptance of class, Arnold Hjelle; presentation of diplomas Supt. Strlb- ley; presentation of 7th and 8th grade awards, Miss Schutt; senior class salutatory address, Barbara Wolf; baritone-euphonium solo, Phyllis Surby; presentation of athletic awards, Arthur •• Bcettcher; class history, Betty Ramus; presentation of citizenship and scholastic awards, Mr. Stribley; class will, Beverly Smith; music, junior high clarinet quartette; class averages and statistics, Bernice Thill; class grouch, Phil Merriam; class optimist, Wm. Hardcopf; music, "Tonight We Love", girls' glee club; presentation of academic awards, Mr. Stribley; presentation of typing awards, Marjorie Farmer; presentation of 'band awards, Walter Peterson; presentation of attendance awards, Miss Farmer; class prophecy, Marcella (Henderson; presentation of certificates, Mr. Hjelle; presentation of mantle, Phil Merriam; acceptance of mantle, Eleanor Nelson; class song, seniors. Supt and Mrs Vernon Stribley spent the week end at Correction- vllle! and Sioux City. iMrs. H. G. Helmick and Chas. Helmick, Brighton, arrived Thursday for a visit with the H. H Phillips. The Presbyterian Ladles' Association 'is meeting Wednesday afternoon May 20, with Mrs. Irvin Chapman. The Rev. and Mrs. David Lang visited LuVerne friends Wednesday Rev. Lang was formerly Evangelical pastor here but now lives at Nora Springs. i Mr..and Mrs. Milton Woito ana daughters visited last week with his mother, Mrs. Wm. Woito. Mr. WoN to has just concluded two years as instructor in instrumental music at the Lchrvilie consolidated school. Argyle Townswick, Hardy, hat completed a course In aerial navigation at Kelly Field, Texas, and is now a second lieutenant in the air corps. "Joe" as he is known here, operated the D-X oil station in Lu- Verne previous to his enlistment in the army. Mrs. R. C." Surby and Robert of Sumner came Thursday • to attend the commencement exercises. Phyllis, who has lived at the Harry Lich- tys since her parents moved to Sumner 'in March returned home with them. She was a member of the graduating class. Mr. and Mrs._J. H. Johnson left Thursday in one of the Johnson transfer trucks for Denver. 'From there they planned to go on to Durango, Colo., where they would visit Mr. Johnson's sister,'Mrs. Lindsay-Becker and family. She is the former Armintha Johnson/ Mrs. Alice Ballard and daughter Janice, Redwood Falls, Minn., anc Mrs. Jane Chapin, Algona, visited several days last week at the Mrs." Ansa Sankeys and at the Arthur Riley and Otto Ramus homes. Mrs Henry Marr and two children, Wesley, spent Thursday with the Ramus families. Some 22 women attended the meeting of the LuVerhe cemetery association at the Community hall Thursday afternoon. Plans were made for the preparation of wreaths for soldiers' graves for Memorial Day. They will be made at the home of Mrs. Jennie Levier on the preceding day. -Thelma, Baumgartner iplayed "Nana" and "In Som- mand" as piano solos, Mesdames Helena Stripling, Archie Sanford and Marie Stoddard were hostesses. , " | Ex-Lakota Woman Dead in Minnesota Lakota: Friends here received word early last week of the death of Mrs. Effle Elvldge at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Blanche Ew- Ing at Jeffery, Minn. She was burled at Gowrie, Iowa, last week Wednesday. Henty Elvidge, her husband, died several years ago. The Elvldges were pioneer residents of Lakota, where Mr. Elvidge was a stock buyer and the family moved from here to Calelndar many years ago. Mrs. Elvidge was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolcott and they also were residents of this vicinity. ward Johnson, Framsfc Riehter and Thayer Mullin, Lola Hlldman and Zelpha Glrard were in charge of prompting. The sound and lighting were cared for by Mae Studer, Rita VJtzthum, Verneil Gouge and Mary Lou Haverly and the make-up by Miss Jean Kitchen and Miss Flor- ence Burke. f ' Billy Hendert6i!' saHf f Cliffs of Dover" and ths flrfs* ftlS Mary Lou Haverly/ Bleich awd Rosalie "Keep on sailing" foewfcf&i , Miss Pearl Sinning coached the Play. ,. , -- Wesley Senior Class Presents Its Play Wednesday Night Wesley: The senior class play, "Black Phantom", was presented to j 'the public in the auditorium on Wednesday night. Members of the cast were Delores Sherman, Francis Bitchier. Donnadefle Haynes, Verla Johnson, Thayer MulHn, Edward Johnson, Maxine Kirschbaum and - Gerald Studer. Julia Studer was stage director, Jeanne Stucker, Louis Garman, Donnadell" Haynes, Verla Johsson and Maxins Kirschbaum were a committee U Charge of posters and'publlcity. The property cotnmlltftee consisted of Delores Sherman, Mae Studer, Ed- torn where I sit... fy Joe Marsh WHENEVER I hear about anybody having a big family I think of Dad and Ma Hoskins. The Hoskins' had thirteen children. They weren't a bad bunch of kids, by and large —but it seemed one or the other of them would always be having a fuss with the neighbors, or would break a window playing baseball, or dome other kid trick. Kept Dad and Ma Mighty busy all the time. * * * One day Dad got a bright idea. He called the whole family together for a special meeting at the dinner table. He told them he was tired of checking up on them all the time. He said he thought they were old enough now to check up on themselves. The older children would watch the younger ones. They would have meetings every so often and hand out rewards or punishments. * * * Well, it was a crazy idea but the kids liked it and they started behaving better than they ever had before. The idea worked and Dad finally rfwfget a little time for himself. by the Meinzer jewelry. • Erwin 'Leek, who has been at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., for about a year, came Wednesday for a few- days' visit with Burt relatives. He was qn his way to his home at Arnegard, N. D. Sunday the Floyd Duncans, Henry Smiths, Emil Persons, and Ray Smiths gathered at the Tom Trenary home for a reunion in his honor. W, M, yhompson, Morriatown, Minn., spent several days last week .at the home of his cousin, Mrs. J. G. Thaves. He left Friday acrom. panied by Sgt. Keith Thaves and h«s sister, Mrs, David Rodli, Albert Lea, Minn., who had spent nearly two weeks here. Keith was to leave from Albert Lea for Sheppard Field, Texas, where he is stationed. He had been at home on furlough- School closes, the end of this week. The baccalaureate service was on Sunday evening in the school aud' Horium, the Rey, Paul FJgge, pastor >f th? Presbyterian church conducting ti)$ service. Opmmencenjent Will be Thursday evening & which a clasa Pf 2Q will be graduated. Pr. Thomas J*ut;man pf Sheldon will deliver the address., On Friday the LuVerne Tuesday Club Plans to Give Concert at Co. Home LuVerne: The Tuesday club held its final meeting of the year at the rural home of Mrs. G. W. Will, living east of town. The entire membership with the exception of one was present. A surprise program had 'been arranged and several interesting numbers were given. Mrs. Albert Genrich read an article on Mothers' Day and Miss Florence Hof Jn a lighter vein. Mother's Apron Strings, Vitamins 'and Aunt Both on a New Deal. Arrangements were made to visit the Kossuth County Home at an early date when a- program will be presented and treats will be given. At the close of the program a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served from baskets brought by the guests. ^Mrs. Emma Lehman of Boxholm, a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Merkle was a guest. nmunson OPTOmCTRIST I mention this story afoat Hoskins because it's something like what I understand the beer industry is doing to regulate lUetf. * « * As I see it, most of the beer Industry behaves itself perfectly all right... but every now and then, I guess, a retailer comes along who runs a place that isn't tip to scratch... sort of like a wayward kid. So like Dad Hoskins' family, tha brewers and beer distributor* have united together in an industry self-regulation program to help the proper authorities "clean up or close up" offending retail places. The brewers, who want to protect beer's good name, cooperate wisely with the authorities who enforce the laws. From where I sit, that's a thing for the brewers to do ... particularly when yon realize that after all they're really not responsible for retailing conditions. Copyright, 1942, Brewing Industry Foundutio* IMPORTANT... 0.1 your** chccktd when you tan «•• Ik)* tlgn Look, Pop-our Standard Oil dealer's gonna help keep our tires rolling I" You know how important it is to have correct tire inflation. Tires underinflated 30% loae at lea* one-quarter of their possible life. But you can't get correct inflation with inaccurate tire gauges—and it's a fact that many gauges now in me are inaccurate by a number of pounds. To guard you against this danger, Standard Oil has equipped its men with devices for testing the gauges of all Standard Oil dealers. A constant inspection is maintained so that faulty .gauges can be, discovered and adjusbed v -. _^;, ^ 'y " This is just one of many-sfepartaki&i'by Standard Oil in setting up its Car Conservation program. Right now your Standard Oil dealer U featuring an approved Car Conservation Schedule. The sooner you get started on this program, the longer you'll keep rolling. See your Standard Oil dealer today. Remember, a nation on wheels is a stronger nation. Keep America on wheels—help win the war. * * * Buy United States War Sav- ingpBonds and Stamps to help guarantee victory. YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALER IS ' CAR CONSERVATION HEADQUARTERS .••:.;:, , $ OIL IS AMMUNITION . .. USE IT WISELY! ' OlMI ••' W™fc fv •••-•''•'•'•••^f ^* 9 «*q annual and, on the , Pi"?' schpoj. Wesley Poppy Sale Saturday, May 23rd Wesley: The poppy sale will be conducted here Saturday, May 23, sponsored ^by the American Legion Auxiliary/ This year the poppies will .be worn in honor of the men who died at Pearl Harbor, Wake, Bataan and other battle areas of the present war, as well as those killed in the battles 'in Franca 24 years ago. Poppy day contributions will go for the welfare pf the living victims of both wars, the. disabled men and the 'families left CHEVROLET DEALERS Have the Broadest Experience IN SERVICING ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS in need. The poppies have been mftde by disabled veterans of the first world war still in government hoalptals ami in convalescent work rooms maintained by the Auxiliary, Flri t AM dAwea Receive in Wesley work has brought about 000 to fhe veterans receiving little or no government compensation he- sides providing them with «n occu^ pafion to brighten their hospital and convalescent days. Many of then* USB the money to help provide things fgf tbeir families which they wpuUJ ,«rt /otherwise receive. ,. For years Chevrolet dealers have had! the largest number of trade-ins and, therefore, the widest opportunity to service and condition all makes and mcidels, , , . 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