The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 14, 1942
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.gMAjflMiJte X ^ RAIN AND WINDS DAMAGE CROPS IN SWEA CITY AREA Swea City: A terrific rainstorm accompanied by hard winds and a severe electrical storm visited this region Thursday afternoon about 3 o'clock. Trees were blown down and electric service was interrupted. The wind and pounding rain flattened corn, small grains and alfalfa and did considerable damage to flowers and gardens. A large tree near the school house came down across the street light on ths Olof Pearson corner and broke the line. Although the electrical display was unusually violent, no loss /from lightning has been reported. S * L CO. Advice "/'/» Buying My WINTER CO AT How... In July!" W 85 85 29 Snow in July? That's noMMte. But getting my winter coat in July, that's good sense ... THIS yearl Because, these exceptionally fine wool quality fab- rid may not be available \a\pr. I know that the tailoring details in these early coats are best, and every coat is an advance 1943 style. And, because I get such a long, long time to pay by buying now on S & L's Lay- Away Plan. A SUPERB SELECTION Glorious Sports Coats In: • Box Slylai • Reefer* • Wrap-around* • Tweed* • Camel Clofb* • HerrJngboM* • Plaid, Such Famous Fur Fabric Coats As: * Alaskan Kurt * Kurlymo j •Alaska ii Kara It's Casy To Pay Tne S & I Way . .. ON LAY-BY. You hardly notict th* (mall, feasy payment!. And your coat I ALL PAID for when you n«*d it. CO. MM. Jr. L. Vaux is spending ft few days visiting friends at Iowa Pa Ray Smith and Wayne Thompson spent several days last week on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Ole Seylar suffered a Severe heart attack last week Sunday and was confined to his home for several days. Me is reported as Improving at this writing. The Rev. Louis Alexander and family moved here last week from Seneca, Nebr., .to assume the pastorate of the Gospel Tabernacle. Evelyn Chamberlain, the former pastor, has resigned to go into evangelistic work. The Swea City band played its regular concert at Reynolds park Friday night under the direction of Gerald Nlemeyer. The feature number of the program was a violin solo played by Fred Infelt, accom panied by Esther Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bjerke and baby of Plymouth visited here Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Nellie Elliott. The following day the Bjerkes, accomanled by Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Kvanvig, left for a vacation trip to North Dakota. They will visit Mr. Kvanvig's parents at Hettinger In that state. SWEA CITY GIRL MARRIED TO ARMY MAN IN TEXAS Swea City: The marriage of Maxine, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rystad, to Lt. Irving Kue- hast, which took place on May 9, has been announced. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. Reise of Immanuel Luthera church of Ltitlefield, Texas. Th Rev. Reise is a cousin of Lt. Ku hast. The bride is a graduate of th Swea City high school, and of th two-year commercial course at Wa dorf college at Forest City. Sh was until her marriage connecte with the Lull studios in Des Moine Lt. Kuehast, whose parents live a Badger, also attended Waldorf .an Iowa State college at Ames. He a second lieutenaant in the arm air corps, having received his com mission this spring at Lubbock Texas. Upon completion of his ten day furlough the couple will be lo cated at a Florida air base. you CAN BORROW $50-$100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Ser vice . . . Easy Monthly Payments • SPECIAL PLAN FOR FARMERS L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, IB. FASTER GAINS WITH LESS FEED on CONCRETE FEEDING FLOORS Feeding floors made with clean, long lasting concrete yield steady dividends. They make hog raising more profitable by saving feed otherwise tramped into the mud— and by keeping the animals cleaner And healthier. No more unsanitary mud holes. Concrete improvements cost BO little and are worth so much! They're easy to make—and permanent. You'll find a lot of valuable suggestions in our free booklet, "Permanent Farm Con* arrucr/on." Paste coupon on penny postal for your copy. Talk to a local concrete contractor on your next trip to town. r PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbell Bldg., Des Moines, lowl Please tend me "Permanent Farm Coo- •truction". Nam*Stroet or R. K. No.. City Stare ttwo'i iww (IrtomfiMr tf» MonlroM Hot*) « to lh» *v*rvdoy hotal what a D»«l-pow«f»d QJoM tt lh« railt b to an eld laihl«Md weed burn»r. ft MW ihroughoW horn flaapol* to AagtlOMt. Nn> Java (toon Coffw Shop, HurdU and Holttr hn and Food Feumaii loon wil pl«M* and d t Cahi raw. HOTU ^*m VAOHTRQSt FORMER LAKOTA MINISTER MOVES TO DES MOINES Lakota: The Rev. and Mrs. Wll bur Hassebrock, Davenport, ar spending: A two weeks' vacatlo with relatives here and at Ledyar where they ate visiting Mrs'. Masse brock's sister and husband, Mr. an Mrs, Wilson Brack and at tha how of her father, Frank T. Lewis southwest of Lakota, The Rev Hassebrock, who has had a charg at Davenport for several years, wl! move to Des Moines in August where he has accepted a large charge. FORMER M. K. MINISTER HERE VISITS WITH FRIENDS The Rev. Clifford Liming, Rad cliffe, Iowa a former minister o the Methodist church here, came last Wednesday morning for a vlsi with friends here. He and the Rev N. F. Grote drove to Ledyard tha afternoon and called on friends an Thursday aftjetnOon, Mrs. J. K Warburton and Mrs. Margaret War burton took him to his sister', home north of Burt. He spent thi first part of the week visiting hi brother-in-law and family, the Ear Reeds, northeast of town. LAWRENCE TRIPP RECOVERING FROM INJURY Lawrence Tripp, Lakotas dray> man, is recovering from an accident recently when a hay rack tipped over and fell on his foot, cracking a bone in the heel. He was confined to his bed for Several days Oscar and John Nelson took charge of the dray work last week. MRS. JOHN HEETLAND VISITS CHICAGO DAUGHTERS Mrs. John Heetand accompanied Edna Holcomb as far as .Chicago last week Sunday where she will visit her two daughters, Arlene and Jiis Ann, where the girls are employed. Miss Holcomb is a nurse employed in Detroit, and was on her way home after spending her vacation with her father, J. H. Holcomb, northwest of town. Mesdames W. E. Gutknecht and Rachel Kienitz were hostesses at a bridge party last week Tuesday evening at Mrs. Gutknecht's. Mrs. Mary Rosenau left last week Sunday for Chicago, where she will spend an indefinite time visiting her son, Robert and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kienitz and son, Jimmy, are spending a two weeks' vacation with relatives at Avoca, Wis., and other points. The Elmer Kienitz family spent last week Sunday with relatives at Burt and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Klenitz's mother, came home with them for a two weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats visited relatives here last week and also looked after business for the Dubuque University. Mrs. Loats is n sister of Mrs. Hugh Lewis. Mrs. Marie Jacobs of Swea City came last week Monday to spend a few days with Mrs. Margaret Warburton but was called back to Swea City Tuesday to care for Ole Seylar, who is critically ill. IDr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray and children spent several days includ- ng July 4th, at Grace Lake in Minnesota. Dean Ellsworth, John News Items of Wesley Vicinity Mr*. Emll Wester came hoffie f f 1m a hospital in Rochester Wednesday 'Fred Dlekmaff and son, Fiobert spent several days last week in An ita on business. Mrs. Leo Malecek and daughter spe'nt test week at the Carl Brown home near AlgOna. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson, son Arvln, and Guy M. Suits were Des Moines visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton and family of Algona visited at the parental Ed HaUptman home. Mary Lou Hauptman of Sexton spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman. Mrs. Tillie Loebig and daughter Alvina Is having a two Weeks' vacation foin her duties as clerk in the Kleinpeter hall. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich and two daughters were dinner guests at the Frank Bentele home at Swea city Sunday evening, July 6th. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lorenz left Thursday morning by car for Minneapolis to visit his cousin, Julius Knop, a patient in the Veterans hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelch, Sr.. of Kanawha and Mrs. Elsie Phelps and two sons of Chicago were callers at the Mrs. Ifene Studer home Thursday. Mrs Elwood Haynes of New Mexico, and Mrs. Carl Fritz of Minnesota spent last week with their mother, Mrs. Johanna Hansen at Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Alf Studer and daughter, War iofte. Mrs. Ante Matern returmd to Her ftdme afc Adel, HI., last week. She •had visited several weeks a tthe hdme of her slater, MM. Elizabeth Matern here and another sister, Mrs. J&ke Wolf at Bancroft, Mary Jane r youngesl daufhter. of Mrs. Irene Studer, spent the pasi two weeks at the hbhie of her aunt and uncle, Mr, and Mra..Geo Kelch, Jr., near Kanawha, She also visited.her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelch, Sr. Mrs. Maurice Page entertained her bridge club'Thufsday afternoon. Mrs. Tom McMahon and Mrs. Clarence Ward wefe guests. Mrs. McMahon won high score prize and Mrs. H. H. Raney was low. Mrs. Raney will entertain the club on Thursday, July 23rd, Mrs. John Amesbury will be the hostess to the Dorcas circle Wednesday, July 16th. Mrs. John Weiland will have the Willing Workers the same day. The Stitch and Chat circle Will meet with Mrs. Maurice Page that day. The K. Y. N. will meet with Mrs. Lawrence Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Hutchlns and two children of Detroit are spending two weeks at her parental, Ed Hauptman home. Mrs. Hutchlns is the former Madeline Hauptman. Delores Hauptman, who is employed hi Des Moines, spent Sunday, July 6th, at her parental, Ed Hauptman home. The C. D. of A.'s held a social meeting Wednesday evening. Bin* go Was played and a pot luck lunch was served. Plans were made for lose, visited at the home of their the parish chicken supper and ba- daughter arid sister, Mrs. George zaar which will be held Sunday eve- <eloh, Jr., and family near Kan- " — awha Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lael Root recently »ad their kitchen modernized with built-in cupboards, a bath room equipped a small porch built on the north side and had the back porch creened. Mrs. Edward Froehlich and two :hildren spent last week at the E. >t. Huber home in Algona. They are now-living at the parental Chas. nlng, August 23rd. The C. D. of A.'s will hold another social meet- Ing Wednesday evening, August 12. Mrs. Ignatius Eisenbacher entertained her 600 card club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Catherine Williams and Mrs. Charles Nelson were the guests. Mrs. Lon Gouge won high score prize, Mrs. Lawrence Smith loW score prize and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert travel. Mrs. Joe Studer will Froehlich home. Edward is In the| 23. entertain the club on Thursday, July friese, Earl Ogren and Ray Hetrz- ke also fished at Lake Andrusia, Minn. The Rev. E. G. Sauer, Boy Scout master, John and Don Wortman, Dennis Murray, Sidney Kienitz, Bierstedt and William Smidt attended the Prairie Gold area council camp at Fort Dodge last week. Mrs. Charles Gutknecht and two of her 4-H girls, Betty Eggerth and Sllen Laabs, attended a meeting at he Herman Dreesmans Thursday where Nell Thompson of Ames gave helps and instruction to the lemonstration teams of the clubs. Relatives here received word on Thursday of the death of Mrs. Anna Fringe at Fort Dodge. Funeral ervices were held Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winter, Mrs. Wade Ball, Mrs. Larry Stafford and Mrs. ~erry Heetland attended from La- <ota. Mrs. Ernest Wortman and son, Billie, went to Mason City and ac- ompanied her sister to Kirksville, VIo., where they visited for a week with their mother, returning las week. Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop kep "louse at the Wortmans during her bserrce. The Rev. E. G. Sauer officiated at the marriage of Leonard A ohnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R 3. Johnson, near Ledyard, and Ber een E. Persig of Blue Earth itinn., at the Presbyterian manse uly 4th. They will live with thi room's parents where the groom is forking. The William Nobles, Baraboo /is., and the William Warburtons Cansas City, Mo., left for their espective homes last week Monday ollowing the funeral of Samue Varburton Sunday. Mrs. Ella Faulker and son, Everett, Pomeroy, cou- ns of Mr. Warburton, also were ere Sunday. HOWARD SPARKS, BURT, HEADS NEW TENANT GROUP Burt: The Walter Campneys and Howard Sparks attended a picnic f the Kossuth County Tenant Pur- liase group Tuesday at the Art Tietz home near Lakota. Mr. and 4rs. W. H. St. Clalr, Algona, Mrs. ifargaret Allyn, Spencer, County gent and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and rs. G. W. Bleich and Mr. and [rs. Albert Johnson were guests, thers attending the Tenant Pur- lase group were the Alfred God- redsons, Buffalo Center, Harold Hansons, Swea City, Jerry Boekel- mans, Titonka. The group decided to organize and have meetings occasionally. Howard Sparks was elected president; Mrs. Art Tietz, vice president and Mrs. Walter Campney, secretary. Grant News Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and amily were Sunday evening visors at the L. C. Richardson home. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Richardson nd family were Sunday visitors at le Paul Selberg home near Graet- nger. 'Walter Dunn and Archer Briggs ft Wednesday evening for Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to be inducted into the army. Mrs. Earl Richardson- and Edyvean • and Mrs. Alvin Richardson and son, Alvin, visited Wednesday afternoon at the David Farrow home. Mrs. Elmer Hamlln of Norfolk, Va., arrived here Sunday evening to spend an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth. Mr. Hamin is in the servica on an aircraft carrier. The Harold Hall family moved Saturday to Spirit Lake where Mr. Hall is employed. G. J. F. Vogel and Richard Chipman went to Rochester, Minn., on Wednesday, where Richard went for a ^heck-up. The sewing circle met with Mrs. J. P. Stow Thursday afternoon. The birthday § of Mrs. C. B. Chipman was celebrated. Mrs. R. J. de la Hunt, Ames, came Friday and spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters. Dorothy McDonald went to Clarion Wednesday evening to spend the remainder of the week with her friend, Mrs. Glenn Miner. There was no church service at the Methodist church Sunday, due to the absence of the Rev. H. W. Jackman, who was assisting with the junior high camp at Lake Okoboji. Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and Family and Richard Smith went to Lake Okoboji Thursday to spend a day or two. Margaret Officer has been attending the junior high camp at the Methodist camp ground there. Mrs. J. G. Thaves returned home last Tuesday after spending a couple of weeks at the home of a cousin at Morristown, Minn. She also spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. David Rodli, at Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. and Afrs. Allan Salisbury and daughter of Davenport and Duana and Darrel Gramenz of Stlvis, III., left last week Tuesday after a few days' visit at the H. A. Salisbury home. The Salisburys also visited relatives in Algona. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall last Tuesday evening with Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, and Mrs. ^3d Blumer as hostesses. Edward Swanson, One Time Swea City Boy, To Teach at Rowan Swea City: Friends of the F. O. Swanson family, who lived near the community hall for many years, will be interested to hear that Edward Swanson will be principal of the high school at Rowan next year. He was superintendent at Wesley for several years and left the teaching profession in 1933 to go into business in Des Moines. The position he has accepted at Rowan is the same one he held there about 15 years ago, before going to Wesley. He ha sa'wife and two children, and the family will move from Des Moines to Rowan as soon as suitable living quarters are secured. LARRY GBCH, ONION IN WEST STATION Union) Larry Olsch, who Is s'tlll stationed at Point: Loma, Calif., writes that he has been having a siege With his old trouble, rheumatism. The doctors there advised remoyal of two teeth. One wisdom tooth caused considerable trouble apd It was-neeessary to take some stitches. Mrs. Soren Dldrlcksen entertained the Bible class of the Congregational church at her home here last Wednesday. Heavy rains Thursday evening pushed the oats still farther down. Some fields ot heavy grain were fiat but may straighten up some- no doubt there will be considerable lodged oats. Relatives from out of town who attended the Sabin-Campney wedding were the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Elnora Thompson of Have* lock and the Elmer Campney family Of Emmetsburg. Irene and Mary Campney, daughters of the Elmer Cahipneys were two of the waitresses at the wedding 'reception. Eelanora Froh, Havelook, and Pauline 'Wisehart of Algona were the other waitresses. t&hty, Bartort wefe ft C. Surbeya Peltzke. Mr. Aftd %trt,. Ala Johftsdh and mm visitors *t at Bumnef, Str. ttid Mr*. j5hm Sfeiger, Lake City, Were guests Surtday at the Harry Chrlstensens. Grace accom* panied them home for a week's visit. 1 • - * Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Kubly and Mrs. Ifvm Chdpman visited a c6Uple of days last week at Goldfleld, the Kublys with Mr*. Lena Blattl and Vtrs. Chapman with her father, den, KAbele. " : > "'''•:;••,;•". ..:•; , RUth Dchty and niece, Adrienne McCail, Chicago, who concluded A visit here the last of the Week, accompanied Josephine DdnnelLBO" LUVERNE FARMERS ATTEND CORWTH FARM FIELD DAY iLuVerne: Some of the farmers iving east of LuVerne attended the Agricultural Field Day which was leld last week at the North Iowa Experimental farm near Corwith. The day's porgram began at 10 j'clock with an inspection of farm qulpment, ,a weed clinic and plant disease clinic. A tour of the projects was made hi the afternoon. L C. Burnett, crop specialist and oats reeder, from the experimental sta- ion of Iowa State College, Carl Maone, Iowa State College agricul- ure- economist, C. S. Reddy and R. C. Murphy, plant pathologist, were he speakers. M. M. Lowmiller, one f the farmers -attending found the alks on oats, soybeans and sugar eets especially Interesting as well s the ways of identifying weeds •and eradicating them. A free lunch was served at noon. Mrs. Blanche Allen, Mason City, arrived last week to spend her vacation with her mother, Mrs. H. E. td Mftiron City Wedn« they vWt«a IV tn« GWrf6 i •fvflsfl I Full M*rk*t Prt<* PtJd tot Wool Joe 16-tf Ptiil-Cols I* mMs oflly by Psps1«Ctls Company, Lout Islind City, N. Y. Anthorlzed Bottler: FepM Col* BotOfn* Co. of Fort Dodge Post Nuptial Shower For Corwith Bride Corwlth: A post-nuptial shower was held at the Pete Robinson home for Mrs, Jack Robinson Friday afternoon. Mrs. Robinson is the former Donnell Erdman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman of Wes- ey. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson were married June 19, when Jack was home on a 16-day furlough. Jack has i returned to Camp Shelby, Missis- jsippi, and his wife is living at the Pete Robinson home in Corwith. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Fred Will, Mrs. Earl Trenary, Mrs. Gerhart Will and Mrs. Harry Maw. LUVERNE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Benedict and son, Danny, Milwaukee, spent last week visiting at the I. H. Benedicts and Arthur Krauses. Danny stayed here to help with farm work at the Krauses. The J. J. Wadeighs have had as their guests the past week, a cousin, Lee Porter, Chicago and Mrs. Wadleigh's sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Helerriak, Northfleld, Minn. The Presbyterian Ladies' Association is meeting this Wednesday with Mrs. S. F. Phillips. Mrs. F, G. Hag- 1st will be leader of the Missionary lesson with Mrs. Harry Von Draska devotions leader. Twenty-two friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. George Oetmer- ing honored them with a surprise and pantry shower at their home in southwest LuVerne last week Monday evening. Mrs. Detmering was the former Gladys Alexander and the couple was married the middle of June. The shower was plan. Public AUCTION SALE Mrs. Kathryn Vaughn Household Goods 614 E. State St. Sat., July 18,2:30 p. m. Three living room and 3 bedroom suites, including a marble-topped walnut bedroom set, as well as other walnut pieces, <and a full line of household equipment. Put Your Money in a IT IS GOOD BUSINESS . . to Buy U. S. WAR SAVINGS BONDS from income Every Pay Day . . to Buy YOUR HOME and pay for it from income oh our modern low-cost plan. For Sale Here Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association FREE 50 Beauty Culture students will receive Free Scholarships You Can Be One Act at once, call in person. Licensed by State La James College Beauty Culture Mason City, la. 22-tf 9c&19cSAlE Starts Wednesday Morning; Ends Saturday Night WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL CIRCULAR BEVERAGE SETS Beautiful Morning Glory Pattern 60 ounce Pitcher 9% ounce A Tumblers fcfor . NEW TURBANS Eyelet Rayon Jersey in gay colors I QA each ________ IvU CANNON SOFT TERRY BATH TOWlELS |Q 8ta40 ....... ., ........... . ............. I <JG FACE TOWELS Q 13W86 .... ..... _ ......... ............... vC WASH GLOOMS A ftjk 11x11 ....... _ ............ „ £ for 96 FACIAL TISSUES 500 sheet box Double sheets, lint- free downy soft, blotter ab- 10 A sorbent ------ Ivv MATCHED D1NNERWARE "COLONIAL OAKLAND" FRUIT || A DISHES t~ SALAD PLATES ......_,.^ SOUPS 6&ch , tll( ^...,„.,.., DINNER PLATE ...4 - „ CUP AND IA. SAUCER IVC Hand Printed Pattern under Glaze on Ivory Sethl- Poraetaln Q 96 |Q_ IVC | n . I VG BEN FRANKLIN STORE S. L. PENWEY, Owner Algona, Iowa Synthetic M;s/R:s.^cW=r"sSd S tne- ?* ^^™Z*»»« *" new officers, v The sewing meeting Is to be held at the Mrs. O. H. . . home Wednesday after- Graham noon. George Stone, Sterling, 111., Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ashling, Rock Falls 111., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colder and three children left Thursday for Womans Lake, Minn., after spending a few days at the Dell Fitch home. Mr. Stone is Mrs. Fitch's brother and Mrs. Ashling and Mrs. Gojder are her sisters. Mrs. Charles Kenning of Atchlson Kansas, came Wednesday and Mr! and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and son," Sibley, arrived Tuesday evening for a visit at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. The youngest daughter, Mrs. Calvin £ollasch, has been here for a week or two. The Schroeders and theh- daughters were all dinner guestu at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Cook, Wednesday evening. Mr. Bartlett went on to Ames Wednesday morning. Corwith iBoy Suffers Arm Fracture Friday ' •••• Merrlam, do here at home Is to b :y cr , War Bonds—10% for War rav Bonds, every pay day. h of ••->!• at h'.s home. X-, M •evoale- 1 *he bone broken ' W ' • es. »• SNAPPY SNAPSHOT SERVICE AT LONG'S STUDIO Algona 6 or 8 exposure roll finished with free enlargement only 20c, reprints 3c each. Films left before 9 a. m. ready at 5 p. m, AND STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) Rubber.,.letVget it Fast,,, and plenty of it! No matter who makes it or what it's made from! • We want to «ce America get the rubber it needs, whether natural or synthetic, We want America to get that rubber in the quantitiet required and in the ihortert possible time, whether it it made out of petroleum, out; of alcohol, dandelioni, guayule, or tawdurt. The m*in thing /f tt> get tfa fubbefl To those who are working to make rub. ber out of materials other than petroleum, we »y, "Qo4 speed your efforts," Solving the rubber problem is necessary for winning the war and winning the war is our main concern. Much has been said about making rubber from alcohol derived from farm crops. ](Je dp a great deal of our business with farmers. We should like to see them hav- ing a hand in supplying the raw materials for rubber, We are worWng with fat^m *mm we understand ft, At the request of the Government we have helped form Rubber Synthetics, Inc, In Z943 that company espect* to. put Into operation at Oary, Jndjana, 9 Iwge plant njian^ by the pe, fcn*e inant eorporatfew to produce ^ut*> *ene, which if oae of the prindpaj jngre- dients of synthetic rubber, Negotiation U now under way with fee aoyernmjwit to supply that plant with a part of the petroleum raw material* requMJ to its opera- tfon, , ........ .-T .. --. Nevertheless, we urge a "green end all speed for iwy other practicable method of making synthetic rubber, Qll> COMPANY

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