The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1942 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 14, 1942
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,-i'T KOSSWH $516,141.00 ON WAR BOND QUOTA Quota, 22 Under, While 7 Have Kofi Reported to Date 42,698 53 246 73,786 13,948 66,370 According to Chairman Mel enhainer up to the present time Kos- auth coUnty id short $605,141.60 of Its ijuota of $2,000,000 In War bonds. The shortage (s Set out according to ujtoed intS Mr. Falken- -.ffiefe^^nere at?e seven _______ ttu"nlUes ! yet te Report and their total-., pledge*,; .-wilt of course be ehateed toffies&dttage which should Ireduee iihe amount considerably hecessary to reach 1 the quota. Eleven Over Quota According to reports the're are eleven communities In the county •which went over the top. They are! Quota Pledged fiurt twp ...... i ......... .....$48,100 $60,2»0 Grant twp ................. 30,900 ,31900. Hebron twp ................. 36,100 Greenwood twp ......... 40,300 Riverdale twp ......... 87,700 Seneca twp ................. 40,600 Swea twp ................. 40,«00 Wesley twp ......... „....! 46,200 Bancroft ................... .....72,000 Jjone Rock ..._ ............. 12,8<X)i Swea City ...... .......... .... 65,200 Communities Unffer Quota • Quota Pledged Algona ............... ....... •..$372,000 $309,760 Burt ....... ..:....:. ..... ....... 46,000 22,360 Fenton .,;.':.:............ ..... 28,900 26.799 Ledyard <,..• ......... • ...... •• 23,800 19,761 •CuVernV ...... ....... ...A 43000 881645 Titonka .......I:.., ........ 43,200 34,264 Eagle twp ................. 29,600 Lottfl Creek twp ..... 49,800 Garfleld twp ........ ..... 44,200 Harrison twp. ..... ....... 40,600 Union twp ........ ......... 42,300 Creaco twp.' ................ 43,900 tiedyard twp. ............ 44,900 Ramsey twp ............. 38,100 Portland twp ........... 39,700 Plum Creek twp. .... -37,400 Sherman twp ..... .... 39,700 Uncoln twp ............. 45,200 German twp ......... 43,600 Buffalo twp ...... :...... 44,900 Prairie twp ............. 41,300 LuVerne twp. .......:.... 42,300 Oommmilties Not Reporting .' '. ''-"' '•''-.' • No • Quota- Report Lakota ....................... l..$34,300 Wesley ........... . ........ ....... 35,100, , Whittemore ........ . ....... 50,400 Fenton twp ............... 45,900 Whittemore twp ....... 40,700 Springfield twp. ........ 32,200 Irvington twp. .... ........ 42,000 Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JULY 14,1942 8 Pages VOL. 77.—NO. 28 BUY BONDS-HONOR AMERICAN HEROES These Haven't These Have 27,870 31,685 40,071 34,951 27,974 , 31,675 32,300 37.484 33,290 29,790 31,127 31,142 32,699 29,856 25,397 42,142 Russ Waller Speaks ' To Rotarians Monday At the regular Monday noon meet- Ing of the Algona Rotary Club, Russ Waller, of the Upper, Pes, Mpines, iwlth. the U,. S. navy. an<J U. D. M. Flash This Is a photo of Tasker-Fal- kenhainer who has checked and added up the returns of bond sales reported from the different towns and townships. Here he is holding a card file case containing slightly over 1500 cards representing, names of heads of famine's and workers in Algona. The cards In the case to the right are those which have pledged to, buy bonds. Those to the left 'have not pledged. It will be noted that about •two-thirds, or 1,000 cards, are signed up. The other 500 are .unpledged. This record should .be bettered and the committee in charge of bond sales in the city are about to make personal contacts to secure as near as possible a 100 per cent pledge for the old home town. Upon which. side of the division is your "card? • .:-, • •:ti!pt.,.,rV.;- :t Cfr •.••-.>•.• tlng ;- ; :«e^c.e;,^asi4tlire-; ; 'guest speaker. He: told of "interesting ex- perlenqes he had with hundreds of Iowa boys enlisting in the service. He deplored the physical condition of about 50 per. cent of those witb applied - for enlistment, that the, boys lacked enough physical fitness to be accepted. -He felt that a more definite physical training should be 'instituted in our schools in' ah effort to keep the younger gen-^ eratlon the more fit. The navy does not 'draft men, all of its personnel are volunteers. With the present total of 600,000 men in the navy a goal of 1,250,000 has been set fpr filling the ranks during the present emergency and so far • Iowa has kept pace with the quota assigned to it. He also stressed the importance of getting out information to A-l selective service men that they could enlist in the navy up to the hour of inducl2on, that because they bad .been assigned a number and called. to report did not prevent them from volunteering and enlisting in .another branch of the U. S. armed forces. Russ, .a member of -the local club prior to his enlistment in the navy,, was heartily v/elcomed and his talk enjoyed by Rotary members. . Scrap Rubber Drive In Kpssuth Reaches 16 Lbs. Per Person According to W. E. Ijey, Lakota, chairman tor the scrap rubber drive i In jKossuth, the total picked up equals 15% pounds per person In the county... The scrap in According to Phir Kohlhww, chairman for Algona and nearby to wnships, a fine effort was shown locally ; when' ' 19 128 pounds of rubber v<as netted In the last ten days of the drive here. FRANCIS HANK. JOE ERDMANN IN AUTO ACCIDENT Presumably falling asleep at the wheel Francis'Hanlg, driving, and Joe Erdman, both of Wesley, went into the 'ditch about three miles west of WesleyjSjinday morning about 3 o^clock. The car was going east, but left the / pavement on the left side of the'road and hit an Intake in the ditch with sufficient force to -turn, it completely around facing the west. The occupants were shaken up and bruised considerably and were brought to the Kossuth hospital for .medical care, The car was quite -badly 'damaged. The car was the property of Mrs. V. Hanig, Mason City. Springfield Township Boy Drowns in Gravel Pit JAMES FLYNN, 10, FAILS OFF RAFT INTO DEEP WATER Jirn Duryea Home After Operation in ,.' Minneapolis Hospital ffl"oUowlng an'operation performed In a Minneapolis hospital-pn^ July i, Jim puryea was returned-to njs hi»ine here Sunday morning where he ^ cqnYalesclng He came by train to Britt and was plokea up there and brought here In the Mer^ ritt §n>bij|ance, with "B»U CH»f i f P" ^ 'enjoyed a two weeHs 1 ft V northern «•-—>lake before entering , SecHoji Awarded of- Five Children of pWiie flynn; Held froin El- Jttore - ' - V - • ' <•«.' While fplaylhg on a raft ! afloat in a,, gravel pit In Springfield town^ ship, three miles isputhwest of Bl- more/ Sunday afternoon, James Flynn, 10, fell from the r*ft Into 'Seep water an'd, being unable io swim, was drowned before help Jon w«s a neighbor's bpy, 9 years gig. The latter screamed for help an4 WVeraJ mm nearby hastened to "give first »14.!« «« effprt to save Center but that, |oo, wa» " — ^ PIONEER MARTIN BONNSTETTER. 81 PASSES MONDAY Came to Kossuth County 76 Years JAgo 1 Settling Near West Bend; Moved to Algona in 1321 Martin Bonnstetter, one of Koa- suth's earliest pioneers, passed away at his home here Monday mornh'g at 7:40 o'clock. And thus Algona loses one of her finest, citizens. Afflicted with falling sight the past seven years he spent much of his time listening to the radio, always cheerful, never complaining of his affliction. He never found fault with his fellow-men, a believer in 'live and let live* and always interested in people less fortunate than he. His Integrity was never questioned and he was always interested in community affairs and .held many positions of public trust. Came to Kossuth in 1866 Born In Clayton county, June 16, 1861, he came with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bonnstetter, to Kossuth when 5 years of age. The trip was made in a covered wagon. The family was one of three which settled near West Bend, then known as the Dorweller settlement. Here he grew to manhood. In 1889 he was married to Clara H. Ludwlg, daughter of Dr H. W. Ludwlg of Glen Haven, Wisconsin. They lived OR a farm near West Bend until 1921 when they retired and moved to Algona. Eight Children To this union eight children were born, Antoinette for many years city school nurse in Algona; Herman and A. H. of West Bend; Mrs. Edmund Anderegg of Brltt; O. J. of Brewster; Minn.; Dr. F. A. Bonnstetter of Garner; Dr. H. J. Bonnstetter of'Kennedy, Texas, and Burnetta, at home. He is survived oy his wife and all of the children, five grandchildren, four brothers, Paul of West Bend; Chris of Rodman; Henry of Whittemore and J. J. of Co'pwfth; two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Haag of Whittemore; and Mrs. Helen Dorweiler of West Bend. .Three sisters preceded him in death. • .,£••••' Funeral Wednesday • ''^Servicesv*wUl. be^held Attorn the' local ^Meflibdlat-.ctiurchf Wedn6si4»y; afternoon' at two o'cock> In charge of Rev. Harry Burns with burial in the West Bend cemetery where services will be in charge of the local lodge of Masons. Pallbearers are' Chas. Klamp, Dave Leffert, Chas. Johnson, L. W. Keith, Wm: McDonald and Bert Norton. American Legion Auxiliary Installs New Officers Monday At the regular meeting of the local American Legion Auxiliary on Monday night the officers elected for the ensuing year were installed as follows: president,• Mrs. Theo, Larson; first vice president, Mrs. G. D. Brundage; second vice /president, Mrs. Lloyd Robinson; secretary, Mrs. Frank Sterling; treasurer Mrs. Emmor Morrison; chaplain, Mrs. Ernest Thiel; sergeant -at- arms, Mrs. John Foth. 'Following the installation ceremonies Mrs. Leota Hatpin's division served refreshments. Mrs. L. W. Fox was the installing officer. Mrs. Tom Sharp and Mrs. Theo. Larson received the defense stamps. . CHRISTIAN N. GODFREDSON, 78, DIED THURSDAY One of County's Early Fanners; Survived by Eleven Children; Near Burt Many Years Following arr illness of a year, Christian N. Godfredson, Algona, passed away at his home here on Thursday morning, He was a high- y respected citizen and had lived n Algona the past }8 years. Prior a that he had lived in Burt about ;en years, He pame to Ifossuth county In the '80's and had farm- 3d near Bancroft for many years Before retiring 28 years ago. Wan Native of Denmark Christian N. Godfred»on was born Jvpenmark October 14, 1863. He came to America in 1880 when 17 years of age and for several years le farmed near IJlkhgjrn, Iowa. From here he-came to, IJCftsswth county, settling on a farm near Bancroft. HJj| first w4fe died about 20 years t TbW were, ttoe parents «f n bJw*s &Hoys; .. ... fee* Sty, Peter hWarr Chris, Jfrf, J»eter DAY BUY A BOND- BACK A HERO AND PUT iALOONA iOVER THE TOP FOB VICTORY! Come on, everybody! Come on downtown Friday, July 17, to help put Algpna over the top. - Let's aJH buy more War Bonds and Stamps than any city twice our size in America. Our July quota Is only $12,500. You are not asked to buy in addition to your pledge, but only ty> buy. You are simply saving your own money and helping Uncle Sam. ) Elsewhere in the paper are two page ads. sponsored -by Algona Retailers for Victory. These retailers are giving a large part of their facilities all day July 17 — American Heroes Day— to selling War Savings Bonds and Stamps for Uncle Sam. Help make it the, biggest day in Algiana's history. So cash that pay-check, • bring .along Junior's bank and : come "down^towii "to buy tf ; Bond /Ma^backlaihero. .^Ij';: '* : '^{, : i*~:* : ^'*'~ ' [- """"" •' "'v' /: Our Heroes Three boys, residents of Kossuth County,* have been reported "Killed in Action" since the Pearl Harbor Attack, December 7, 1941. . . WILLIAM TURNER, son of Mrs. Jesse Turner, Algona, was the first Algona youth to be killed in actibn'in the U. SvJaponese \vfar. Born 'February S, 1919, Algona, graduated from local high school in 1936, Turner enlisted, in the Marine corps, January 1941, and died from wounds .• received in the Pearl Harbor attack. Be was cited for < bravery and recommended tptr the Navy Cross award. WELIIAM HENRY KENNEDY, son of Mrs. EUrabetti M. Kiqnnedy, Titonlca, was killed In .action during the Japanese raid at Pearl Harbor December 7, 1942. Born April 6 1917, SweaOlty. Kennedy was graduated, from the Titonka high school In 1934. The youth, who had . Joined the navy July 8, 1940, was a fireman first class. THOMAS GEORGE WAGNER, St Joe, son" of Mrs. Peter Schmidt of St. Joe, waa killed in action ati Pearl Harbor December 7, but hjs mother did not receive wtord ; until early March. Wagner, 22, attended St. Joe parochial schojo!,, graduated from Algojna high in 1938, and enlisted ifi navy Mlay 1939. He was a radio man on a bat- tieship and had been recommended for promotion Just proceeding his death; , Besides these three "killed in action" there are others who have died in- the service by accident, former, residents of the county who have lost their lives In various ways, others who have suffered wounds and -hardships besidfc the hundreds of mp and women who are serving In the airmed forces everywhere. On July 17 we pay them spepial honor and tribute as we join the national observance of American Heroes Day as designated by President 'Roosevelt. v li • •.' LETTS NOT FAIL THEM. SAVE YOUR MONEY; BUY BONDS LETS MAKE KOSSUTH'S C»Na-RHJUTION FOR JULY BE A FIGHTER AND A BOMBER PLANK. WRITE YOUR NAME ON A BOMB FOR TOKIO OR BERLIN Kossuth County Fair, Aug. 22 to 26 • •" -•:• .••;'.:':*•: • - • ' '.•••- Kft : • -' , • Ajong with dozens of other git-fairs li? Iowa the Kossuth County Jfclr will operate as usual next August 32, 23, 21, 25 and 26, so the fair board decided ' at ft meeting held here last Thureday night. With seven members present, the vote to continue was unanimous. The membership of the .board la made up of A., A, ScBlpullr president; Alex Sonnstetter, vice president; Karl Vincent, secretary; William Pau, Claude ^eeley, J t A. r Raney and WUl Christiansen, One member, ChrljS pre»lwn> I4rt for t»8 f»lr ts M mW't *»*', ttitt&t$: IPS , » 1 J' a- —f •£,. fl ~f MM > fcr$«r. [ the hflmt • «*W* f»*TOPh m i'* , Continuous Half Century The local fair wag first organized in 1888 and Jts first program was held, we are told, on the court house lawn, Records since then are rather vague but In 1906 the Kossuth County Agricultural Association was formed and since then not one fair date has been missed. The track was rebuilt in 1910 'as was also the amphitheater. In 19S1 a new and modern grandstand was "p^llt, ~ JUany Improvement* later In 1938 a girte' 4-H club buU&- tag WW f rected »n4 three years M» er, 1W, a 4^H calf plub barp was bviilt. Down through tbe years the buildings on the grgigul have been, preserved, taken care of and kepi (a fopd repair and the fair plant Is probably one of the best <?f any eoimtv fair in the state. "r!W'r* T*WT T T**TT •?-"—!*" T^ere. ha^.fceen much, conjecture w«J ponfysion M to. the fafr hej% this year. .That has now been 'set, *f & JOHNSON PITCHES NO HIT-NO RUN SESSION SUNDAY Algona Takes Bancroft i to 0; No Man Reached Hrst Till the Seventh Inning When Algona and Bancroft, Kes- suth county league, crossed bats here Sunday afternoon, the home team took the visitors to the tune of 9 to 0 and Johnson, pitcher for Algona, delivered a no hlt^ no run performance, ably assisted' by the team. He struck out 10 men. It was an errorless game on the part of the locals. . Up to the 7th inning no Bancroft player was permitted to reach first, and at no time did Bancroft reach second. Five errors were charged , up against the visitors. r The Box Score Algona Ab R H Nelson, ss 4 0 0 Watts, 2b 5 1 2 Devine, 3b 5 1 0 Ringsdorf, c 2 2 1 Long, Ib 5 2 2 Kajewski, cf - 4 1 2 Winkel, If 4 1 2 Hargreaves, rf _ - 4 0 1 Johnson, p 3 1 1 36 9 11 Bancroft Ab R H Salz, c 3- 0 0 Carter, ss 4 0 C Devine, Ib 2 0 HOI, cf 3 0 0 Kollasch, rf 2 0 0 Davis, p i 3 0 0 Steier, p 1 0 0 Murray, 2b ..'. 3 0 0 Woodward, If .....3 0 0 Schneider, 3b 3 0 27 0 Batteries—Algona, Johnson and Ringsdorf; Bancroft, Davies, Steier and Salz. W.G. SCHROEDER ARRESTED FOR WEARING UNIFORM According-to a news story with a Waterloo date line Warren George Schroeder, giving his hoche.address as Algona, has been'arrested for unlawfully wearing an army uniform. Investigation here so far has failed to identify just who the man is and whether or not this is his home. The story: "Waterloo, Iowa: Warren George Schroeder, 27, Algona,' Iowa,' held on a charge of unlawfully wearing the uniform of the United Statss army, waived preliminary hearing before United States Commissioner Arthur W. Hyke here Saturday and was., ordered held for trial in federal, court at Fort Dodge, Iowa, in November. "Bond was set at $1,000. He was committed to the Humboldt county jail. "Schroeder, who was' honorably discharged from the army In December, said the discharge officer told him- he could wear the uniform for the duration. Army regulations, however, are said to limit the wearing of the uniform to three months after discharge." HERMAN KRAUSE, FENTON PIONEER. DIED THURSDAY Game to Lotts Greek in 1883; Inved in Fenton Since 1889; Wife and Son Survive While peacefully sleeping at his home in Fenton last Thusrday afternoon death came to Herman Krause. A" resident of Fenton for more than :hrea score years, having a host of riends ire the west part of Kossuth and his his home town, his sudden >assing came as a blow to all who knew him. To Kossuth in 1883 Herman Gottlieb Krause waa born May 2, 1869, in Germany. His par* ents were Michael Krause and Jul- lanel nee Sbartas., Qi -1883 M* Krause emigrated to America, corn-ting to Kossuth county and settiW in Letts Creek township wherirno found employment as a farm \ laborer, In 1889 he was united In hply wedlock to Bertha Ponxpe of Letts Creek township, Hour children were borp, to this union, three preceding him In death. T« F«ntO» to 1888 • Herman Krause w«* among the 8nrt inhabitant* of the town pf, Itentom'and JMMT Hved- A*(* slM* 8» yeaj. iff}, He helped o^anige SV John's congrfega^ton at that pjace an4 was at all times a staunch sup- pc^r 4»f It. H» h»4 h »W vartowa offices in this organization, the im- j; (tfflce of deacon forjover 20 HP tft «»» W«a? «JT Ws 4ea*. v«s yaJuM iwt bur also Sunday im *f$-i'UNvyf are hlsi widow, his >#|ftenton, ^hree grand, sister, r at the Japs, Says Little Terry Bob ~-V. D. M. Photo-Flash Left to right Terry Bob Behlmer, 4, .equipped"to'enter the service; J. W- Behlmer, Algona, Terry Bob's dad. We present herewith two of Algona's fighting sons, J. Vf. Behlmer, now stationed with the naval air Jacksonville, Florida, and his son, Bob Terry, who said he'd shoot his gun at the Japs. - An instructor in the aviation ordnance department at Jacksonville, since January -1, 1942, Behlmer is home on a ten days' •leave visiting with relatives and friends. He enlisted in the mavy last October 17th, Wesley is the son of the late Fred Behlmer and Mrs. Mary Behlmer who for several, years operated the Mainline cafe here s Local Girl Sentenced To Mitchellville Charged with forgery, Leona Pergande, 17, Aigona, plead guilty Before Judge G. W. StUlman Sat"" "" ' •lj?,.'at" r .Mitcjlje,irylIle .v.and.;/-j^y,^ ,heriff 3^rc r ;ifoore • toolt: her there the 'same afternoon to start serving her sentence. . WATERLOO TEAM TAKES TITLE IN J.C.OFC.MEET In the state junior Chamber of Commerce golf tournament held lere Sunday Waterloo took the team title with 324. Other team scores; were'Marshalltown 352, No. 2 Des Moines 347, No. 1 Des Moines 344 and Spencer 336.' Fifty golf era from 13 Iowa -cities and towns took part in the tourney. ' : •• Manhalltpwn Golfer High Individual title went to Glenn Cooper, Marshalltown, when he defeated Dixie Smith, of Waterloo. :t was accomplished In a play-off after the two had tied with 115 each. The medalist was E. Hutchnson, Waterloo, who came in with a 37. The drilling contest was carried away by Claire Grant and le also proved the most adept in he club throwing contest. FOR HEROES DAY FRIDAY MORNING Boy Scout Court of Honor To be Held on Library Lawn 8 p. m. Honors To be Awarded _ Invitations have been extended to Frank Ullsh, district commander of the American Legion, of Fort Dodge and to Arthur Brlngle, past- commander of the same district,. Estherville, to be present for the. American Heroes Day, services which will be held in Algona July 17 at 10:30. All service men home on furlough are invited to be present, and wilt be given a free theatre ticket. Two relay races, One for boys an<I another for girls have been scheduled. Relay teams will be composed! ; of four members each. There will; also be other athletic events. A milk drinking, contest is guaranteed to provide fun for -all, whether participants or spectators. Then there will Be a rolling pin throwing: contest. , Frizes in all events will be War Savings Stamps. Send in Pictures Pictures of' anen in services haver been rolling in to the office Of C. A. (Phillips, secretary of the Chamber -of Commerce and .people who- have pictures that h'ave not been are urged to isee.that they reach Mr. Phillips fiy Thursday. Pictiires will be, mounted and used . in a display in a .truck- which can be moved to various locations cm State street, so everyone can see them. Algona Retailers for Victory have- been pushing sale of .stamps air during July, and are,_ multiplying their efforts for increased sales ,-of stamps and bonds on July 17. It-is up to everybody hi the community to pitch in and help make, the^drive a success. In addition to retailer selling, the Boy ; Scouts ' and 4-H girls will have. four street stands where stamps may be purchased. Scout Court of Honor In the evening, under the direct; " W, H. fcockejf, advaftce-. menta&ajrmMliJojr Ifcossfith, a <g"m-i ^^3^fc ( cOnrtr''4f*gbnt»lfe? held 'ohr,tfaet41i Library lawmat SVdot , H „ . scouts from the 15* troops. Y hjf*he;,' ^ county will be given awards." Mart Schemel, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Schemel, Algona, will be awarded, the Eagle scout badge. As far as scout" officers have been able to» ascertain Mart is the first Algonav scout to receive the honor. Tender- • foot, second, first star and life; badges will be also awarded to scouts. A public address system , is to be placed for the convenience.,of the audience. '',. Mass Enlistment Later • It was hoped that a-mass enlisf-- ment service for the Na$r couhMSe 1 held in connection with*'American 4 Heroes Bay ceremonies, and a re-' cruiting officer from 'Spencer spent: Saturday in -Algona 'interviewing; some 25 or more boys who wanted* to join. However, tw^ly^one ma&' out of the group was fvlftr able* to meet the necessary requirements. Five of the boys -qualified, and would have been accepted If their parents had -been willing to give their con-* sent. Officers hoped for 10, enlistees from their examination.'here. The ten, with five/the Spencer Recruiting office could supply would make up the required 16 necessary fqr mass enlistment ceremonies. Later on another effort will be made to hold the mass enlistment service Write "Fighting Words" Slogan- Nine Prizes- $25 Have you written your "Fighting Words" slogan for, the- contest which ends Thursday, July 11). If not, get you entry I >lank from any one of the cooperating Retailers for Viet- tory as listed in the page ads elsewhere in the Upper Des Moines today or use attach^, coupon. Write your slogan — net to exceed 10 words-r«n4>4<a fys back of the entry _ ______ blank write in 35 words or lea* 'why you 19»inh your slogan., will inspire the fighting spirit or why it appeal* to you. (Possible slogan ', Samples might be as follows: "Bombers O'er perlin, will sock Hlter on-> ,he chin" or "Buy War Stamps and lick the Japs 1 '), Above sJ°g an s ayfr not to be .9ubmitte.d as entries- First prize Is flO Ui W*f Stampsp, second; prize, $5 in War Stamps. Seven other prises. Win** prizes, total $26 in. War Stamps. See American Heroes Day ad for otfeer rules of contest end Other prizes. Leave entry with cooperating retailer py take to e pr ^Ugonft newspapers. < ' Tiine for announcing winners of the conte«4 haci be«n «hanffe4' to 8 p. in. Friday evening, Winners wW fcei annowon^a preoeedina; • the Court of Honor at the Library lawn 8 p, m, You to be present to win, " '(•' .> „ , , , ' ,f, ,u> ,f , ,, «'- f K^U^M/?^ i,. t <u * Jfl. I r& 3-1- 'sutanit the-following ej$j|r of not than 10 words m the " iji *— - jng-Words Contest; * '* - *i.< PJUZEa-$26 IN WAB STAMP^ --^ s-,* ^ -jt': •jtf.' . 4«n

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