The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 21, 1942
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»h« AJg<m» tTpp«i>Miito!iiM WESLEY FARMERS FIND OATS DOWN AND TANGLED Wesley: Harvesting got under way the fore part of the week aid the oats crop Is reported good. Several combines and hay balers arc Jn use this year. Some 'of the oats la badly tangled and down due (X several heavy winds and raina. STUDFJB, NEWLWEDS GIVEN SHOWER ON WEDNESDAY Mr. an-d Mrs. J. P. Studer, newlyweds, were given a surprise kitchen shower at the Lou Wingert home Wednesday everting. Five hundred was played. Mrs. George Vitzthum received high score prize Paul Studer lucky chair prize ar.t Mrs. J. P .Studer low score prize A delicious lunch was served. WESLEY WOMEN CAN 100 QUARTS BEANS THURSDAY A group of 13 ladies brought paili and baskets of string beans and pressure cookers to the St. Joseph' •basement Thursday and cann-ei some 100 quarts of beans seme o Which will be given to the Sister and some kept for the C. D. of A club. Mrs, AW atuder 'observed Irti birthday Thursday, July 16th. The Friendly Neighbors club held a picnic at the Call Park at Algona, Sunday, July 12th. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer treated their many friends to a wedding dance in the Meirrpeter hall Thursday. Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum, spent several days last week with her friend, Maxine Snath at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Edman and son, Victor, returned home Tuesday from a few days' visit with relatives at Oaks, N. D. Mrs. Morris Studer, son Jerry. Mary Lou Wolf and Mrs. Henry Wolf of Corwith were Mason City Wool Full Market Price Paid for Wool. Joe Greenberg raalness callers Tuesday. Mrs. H. H. Raney will entertain jer bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Studer will be hostess to ler 600 club Thursday afternoon. Word was received here, of the death at Watertown, S. D., recently of Stitzel Way, who some 40 years ago was a prominent politician and Ouslness man at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Benton and daughter, Evalon, returned home Tuesday evening from a ten-day vacation In the northern part of Minnesota. Dell operates a Standard Oil truck. Jurgen Skow and Fidelia, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow and son and Harold Hamilton and son and Harold Skow attended the annual Story- Hamilton county picnic at Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday, July 12th. Mrs. Morris Studer, Jerry and Mary Lou Wolf spent several days last week with Mr. Studer at Gar ner. He is employed in the Chev rolet garage. He had prevlouslj worked at the R. C. Bauer implc ment shop. fThe date of the St. Joseph's Catholic chicken supper and baz arr has been changed from AUHTU" 23 as advertised to August 16th The next C. D. of A. meeting wij be Wednesday evening, August 5tr instead of the 12th. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klein an son, Buddy, returned to their horn at Fairhope, Alabama, last week Mr. Klein had been here looking after his farm Interests about four months. Mrs. Klein and son came several weeks ago. Lauret Kelch spent last week at her maternal grandparents, the Alf Studer home. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kelch, Jr., of Kianawha. The young son, Mickey Kelch, Is recovering very well from his recent illness. Mrs. Clarence Ward and her, brother, Henry Shore, returned the fore part of last week from Dwlght, 111 where they attended the funeral of their sister, Mrs. Emma Strufe. Another sister, Mrs. W. E. Smith of New Hartford^ accompanied them. The circles of the Methodist Ladies Aid met last Wednesday, The K. Y. N. met with Mrs. Lawrence Hansen; the Stitch and Cha with Mrs. Morris Page; the Willing Workers with Mrs; John Weiland and the Dorcas with Mrs John Amesbury. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lorenz were called to Minneapolis last week by the critcal illness and death of their cousin, Julius Knop, in a veterans hospital. He died Friday mornin at the age of 55 and his only rel atives in this country were cousins Before returning home the Wes |Jey folks visited a nephew, Phili I Lorenz in Minneapolis. FORMER SWEA CITY BOY MADE 1ST LIEUTENANT Swea City? Of Interest to Swea Cltyans is the news that Reginald, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Winter of Mount Vernon, Washington state, has been promoted to the rank of iflrst lieutenant In the army air corps. The Winters formerly operated a drug store here and are well known in this community and at Titonka where they have relatives. Reginald Is stationed at Hunter Field, near Savannah, Georgia. His father, who is a veteran of World War I, Is a lieutenant in the Civilian Defense Corps at Mount Vernon. Mrs. C. G. Dourte returned las 1 Monday from a few days' visit with Mrs. Margaret Warburton at Lakota. Mrs. Dourte's daughter. Mrs. Vernon Jensen of Algorra same on Monday night with her sroall son to spend a few days here. Twenty-four trucks of the John Schumacher gravel crew are resurfacing county roads In the fifth district this week. Road K north of town is getting the resurfacing four miles of new work Will be dofte- on other roads north of town. Dr. Chas. Hall of Des Mdnes is in charge of the of ice, of Dr. J. R. Forbes while the totter is taking a short post-grrfduate course in Chicago. Dr. Hall Is leaving August 1 to become staff physician at the Massachuetts, Ost&pathlc hospital in Boston. .Thursday night of this week Will be the final meeting of the group of 26 men and women who have been -taking a course in first aid under 1 the Instruction of Delia Frankl of Algona. A oomprehen- sive examination will be given and those who successfully pass the course will receive certificates. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nangle and children, Lorraine, John and Willlam arrived Wednesday from Chicago to visit Mr. Nangle's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson. Mrs Nangle was Virginia'Nelson be fore her marriage and her husbanr had lived in this community for several years and was graduatec from the local high school before returning to Chicago to live with relatives. He returned this week Monday to his work at the Wlscon sin Steel Company's plant. Mrs Nangle and the children will b here until the second week in Aug ust. FORMER LUVERNE WOMAN DIES WHILE VISITING SOLDIER SON IN WEST LuVerne: Mrs. Arthur Ramus re- eived word Wednesday of the [eath of her sister-in-law Mrs. Pearl Riley. Mrs. Riley accompanied by ler daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lavon Riley »nd Mrs. Wilbur Meyer had gone west to see Lavon at San Francisco and Mr. Meyer at Alameda, Calif. They had arrived in Alameda on July 12 and on Wednesday morning, July 15, Mrs. Rtley became suddenly ill and was taken to an Alameda hospital, where she died several hours later following a stroke of paralysis. She is survived by her son and one daughter, Mrs. Burdette Frederick of Fort Dodge, two brothers, Wm. and Frank, Liverm'ore; three sisters, Mrs. Guy Lansing of Bode, Mrs. Bryan Oglesby of Mason City, and Mrs. Ramus of LuVerne. Services were to be at Llvermore, Saturday, with burial at LuVerne, her former home. Mr. Riley died last December. OUT SAVE HOMES FOR UNCLE SAM! I kl C I PVC Paint gives you .protection, beauty and econ- I IN b I \J t omy in practical home decoration. It saves your woodwork from decay-eating dust and soot and dresses up dark and un-appealing rooms. A careful paint job will avoid waste of critical materials needed for the war and will serve your purposes longer. Use a sturdy paint for your home's outer garments; for paint lengthens the ]ife of wood. Choose a paint that will not crack, chip or peel, one that can repel rain, sun and snow. Now more than ever we must be mindful of these factors in selecting a paint to protect our home for the duration. WE HAVE A C03MPLETE LINE OF PAINTS F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 LUVERNE GIRL WILL SPEND SUMMER IN CALIFORNIA Mary Lou Worby, daughter Mr. and, Mrs. Milton Worby, spending the summer with her aunt Mrs. Lee deShaver in Los Angeles Mr. and Mrs. deShaver were visiting here over the Fourth of July holiday and Mary Lou returnee with them. On their way west they visited the I. J. Hubcrs at Amster dam, Mo., and stopped at Whitney Nevada, where Mr. deShaver works Mrs. de Shaver, Mrs. Huber and Vir. Worby are brothers and sisters A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Robert Will at an Alguna hospita July 14. Mrs. A. L. Jones went to Minneapolis Wednesday night for a visit with Wilbur Jones. ' Kay Lothrin-ger of Bode there the first of the week. The boys making the trip were Darrell Moedlng, Eugene Baessler, Jack MdOlellan, "Wayne Sorensen and Harley Brayton. ' Mrs. Barney Jones, Ottumwa, spent Wednesday and Thursday 'of last week at the home of her niece, Mrs. A. A. Schipull. The Jones formerly lived In LuVerne, but moved to Ottumwa about ten years ago. A number of Mrs. Jones' Erierrds spent Thursday evening with her at the Henry Kubly home. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and Robert went to Cl^ar Lake the first of last week where they met and brought home Mrs. W. E. Godfrey and Ruby, who had spent the previous week at a cottage there Over the week end of July 12, Florence Godfrey, who works at Kiester, Minn., Jos. Craigs of Mason City and Melvin Godfreys of'Chap- in had been guests at the cottage The Methodist W. S. C. S. is meeting tomorrow (July 22) at thp community hall for a meeting of all members. Mesdames O. S. Al exander, H. R. Blake, H. E. Pelt zke and Flora Raney are the host esses. Mrs. Frank Sanford \vil lead the worship service. Mrs. Har old Sorensen, will have the lessoi and Mrs. LaVerne Jeffers the soda hour. The Topic for study is "Am erica's Share In Africa." ELECTRIC STORM RAISES HAVOC IN ONION TOWNSHIP Union t, Th'e electrle storm of last week caused some peculiar dam* age to electric appliances. Fuses were blown out in many instances. At the Floyd Gardner home, the ightnlng struck the House the bolt running in along the wires Into the house burning them off at the top of the phone alsd burning some of the wall paper. At the Rudolph Will home damage waa done to the pump motor, reformer and another bolt entered the house Shattering the hall light Into such tiny bits It was a difficult task to retrieve them. This same episode took place during a previous storm but the shock must not have been so severe as the bulb at that time was not broken Into such fine pieces. CHICAGO RELATIVES VISIT AT BJUSTROM HOME Mrs. Quentln tijustrom entertained her brother and wife, Mr. artd Mrs. Lester Mdtchell of Chicago last week. They left on Wednesday morning for northern Minnesota pn their vacation. Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, his mother, accompanle< them. He Is employed by the Bel Telephone Co, They visited at the Otto Harlan, Arle Oittmer and Edmund Larson homes. The ladies are sisters of Mr. Mitchell. lOn Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Holstrom and Mr. artd Mrs Lawrence Bjustrom joined the group for a picnic dinner at Wes f Robert and-Roy Sarchett, 'brothers, have both purchased new com- ilnes. , Iceland. Call State Park wfts Wteti as the Meeting place to* the reunion In one, 1§«, SeeattS* ot WSr con- Ittofia many Mttgf e* « t oM Mleh- gan, flllnob, arid the £>ahgta8 wete nabte to 66 present at the reun- on this Fuel Coordination Office Urges Coal Storage from Now On The office, of Solid Fuel Coordln atton Is urging people to store coa this summer to save a congeste< condition in transportation this fal and winter. There is plenty 'of fuerto be had but it may 'be difficult to get i later on because of transportation shortage. Therefore, rural and ur ban people are asked to supply themselves now with coal and woo fuel for next winter's use. If wood lots are available, im mediate steps should be taken t cut an ample supply of wood fo home use and for sale. Most o these woodlots contain trees of in ferior quality, Insofar as good for estry practices are concerned, bu make excellent fuel. This foresight in early buying o coal will save our methods o transportation for shipping vita supplies .of ammunitions and foo stuffs to our armed forces. 1-A Selective Service Men May Enlist in Navy up to Induction Iowa Navy recurlting officers tated this Week that the Hawkeye tate has contributed about 7,000 men to the U. S. Navy since Dec. 7 841, when war struck this country t Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, On- a per capita basis per 100,000 jopulatlon, Iowa has been at or near he top for the central division of 13 states during all of the interven- ng months. : However, expansion of the navj and its personnel will continue a an Increased tempo, and Iowa Nav2 officers have been Informed that a total of over 1,000,000 men In the navy is the present goal. This means that Iowa enlistments, to meet quotas must be heavler._than ever. At the same time, It was explain ed that men are not familiar with the fact that they may enlist In the navy right up to the time of thel actual Induction Into some otne branch of service. This should b KOSSUTH YOUNG FOLKS AT SUMMER SCHOOL, With an Increased atinune* en- folfiftenfl ef 11 per cent at l<Sw* State College, 3. R. Sage, registrar, announces that Kossuth county furnished 18 of the ri£w student*. Tills year there ate 2,649 entrants as conv pared With 1/728 last year, ah in* drease ef more than 1,206. The en- rineering division registered 1.163 this year as compared with 438 last, year, a iflS per cent increase. Student* from Kossuth Following are the students from this county Who have registered for summer courses: Durwood L. Baker, Algona, veterinary medicine sophomore; Dorothy D. King, Algona, science sophomore; Barnice Ann Kennedy, Bancroft, science sophomore; Elizabeth Ann Inman Bancroft, home economics freshman; Arnold D. Andreaspn, Burt landscape architectural sphomore, J. Arnold McCoy, Lakota, mechanical 'engineering senior; Arlo W Dehnert, LuVerne, architectural en- gelneerlng sophomore; Bernard E Genrich, Lone Rock, general engineering junior; Jess Blanchard Lone Rook, tet&lty junior; . Pte«ton, Sw«ft City, c 0. Andfea*dn> Mftlor; Ji«e» '& Ari#-6w», TUonka, civil eitftneerlfttf sett JOT ! Patrteta B* Ball, Tltonfca, Applied ftftjurtlofj. , , science sophomore; and charletf •CfafW, Wesley, mechanical englnr- ettiflg sdphomore. FREE 50 Beauty Culture students will receive Free Scholarships You Can Be One Act at oflicei call in person, Licensed by State La James College Beauty Culture Mason City, la. 22-tf of special Interest to men News Items of Lakota Vicinity in l-A under Selective Service. Many men seem to think that they cannot enlist In another branch after they have been so classified. The navy urges, however, that .enlistments In that branch be. made as far as poslble ahead of'an actual call to the Army, to aid Selective Service Boards. However, a man can enlist In the navy right up to the time he Is sworn into another branch of the service. A navy recruiting officer will J be stationed In the post office at Algona every Saturday afternoon. He will be glad -to furnish Information on this question. / Kossuth Fieldworiian, AAA, Urges Fartn Women to Save Fats . The need for waste fats to be made into explosives, is urgent. Therefore, Martha J. Morgan, Farm er Fieldwoman of the Kossuth County Agricultural Conservation Association has asked all housewives of this county to save all waste fats' whether Jard or vegetable shortening such as meat-fryings, d'oughnut of fish fats. These shotifld be bttrained and poured into wide-mouth cans, -;uch as coffee cans, and kept cool. Take them in quantities of one pound or over, to your local meat dealer cooperating in this "waste fat for explosive" salvage. /Your grocer will appreciate it- if the fats are not brought in on Saturdays unless necessary. Coast-to-Coast Store HARVEST SALE Croquet Sets 4 balls £4 QQ Set - ^ I -5JO Binder Twine 60-lb. bales " Michigan ££ Cf| Siandard-.-W.OU %-in. 100-ft» HAY ROPE $4.95 Tine HAY FORKS 98c ELEC. FANS- $1.98 Thermo. Jugs Gallon" C4 4 size V I • i t Super House Paint 5 gallon lots. gal. MILK PAILS quart- FLY NETS; $1.98 lie-In, long each __ spent the first of last week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Woito and daughters came Thursday from Lohrville to spend a few days with his mother, Mrs. Wm. Woito. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Schichtl and Jerry and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Thorn, Jimmy and Larry, have gone to Canton, S. D., where the me", are employed on a defense project. Mrs. Martha Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee and children, Bode, Ted Johnsons, Ralph Dimlers, Bonnie Elllfrltzes, Mrs Marie Stoddard, Lloyd, Russell and Wanda Stoddard had a picnic at the Park Sunday. Mrs. Marie Stoddard has received word that Gail Stoddard is now in Hawaii. A letter from her grandson, Gordon Dimler, to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler, tells of a trip he had made to England recently from North Ireland where he is stationed. Mrs. Hugh Shirk took her mother Mrs. Clair Jones and nephew, Bently DeMars to their home at Royal, Thursday after, the latter two had visited here since Sun- I day. Saliy Shirk and Marilyn Hefti went along and stayed at Royal the rest of the week. Five of LuVerne's Boy Scouts spent last week at the Boy Scout Jamp west of Fort Dodge. Snt-ut- master Harold Sorensen took them Mrs. Steve Powers and daughter, Catherine, spent iast week vir iting relatives' at different points In SNAPPY SNAPSHOT SERVICE AT LONG'S STUDIO Algona 6 or 8 exposure roll finished with free enlargement only 23c reprints 3c each. Films left before 9 a. m. ready at 5 p. m. of Jport Dodge Authorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co lowo't iww. ilreomlinw Monlrot* Hotel U to lh» •v hotel what o P.i«l-pow.r.d of Ih. roiU b lo on oU lo wood bum»r. ft n«w iKroujhowl, from «agpol» lo «•»*>"»*•* Java Room CO«M Shop, Hurdl* and Halter km and Food fcynwto (toU. will pUo» and d.tnjhl yov. WMl MQHTROBi Illinois. Emma and Louise Thaves returned last week from a visit with their cousins, the Julius Thaves at Madrid, Iowa. Mrs. Merrill Sparks and daughter of Buffalo Center spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hertzke are the parents of a 9-pound daughter, borrt July 2nd. .They now have two daughters. A son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heidecker northeast of town. They now have five boys and two girls. A daughter was 'born July 5th to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sleper at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. They also have a two year, old son. Lawrence Tripp who suffered a broken bone in one heel recently and whose foot is in a cast, is now able to be about with the aid of crutches. The H. H. Murrays and the Dean Ellsworths spent last week Sunday at the home of the women's brother and family, the Peter Hanson's where they enjoyed a family picnic. Mrs. Otto Koppen, who has been in the Northwestern hospital in Minneapolis, the past ten days fol- owlng an operation is reported recovering. Her sister, Mrs. Roy Far- rlngton, Forest City, has been with ler. Tom Johnson, Springfield township farmer, was brought home from a Mason City hospital recent- y where he has been for several weeks suffering from lockjaw caused from infection following his stepping on a nail. Mrs. E. J.. Woodworth, Dorothy and Mary Sue of Manson visited Friends here a few days last week. Mrs. Woodworth was honored with „ picnic supper at Mrs. W. E. Leys last week Tuesday with the bridge club members as guests. A son was born last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Henning at the home of Mrs. HenningV, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Frye. Ernst, who is in the armed'forces, was called home and arrived on Thursday afternoon pn a ten-day furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tameir of Buffalo Center and daughter, Urn Wendell Van Rossem and little five weeks' old daughter, Sandra Sue of Des Moines, were calling on friends here last week Tuesday Mrs. Van Rossem's husband is in th» army and she is known here ts Beverly Tamen 'Last week Sunday visitors at the Edwin Jacobsons were Mr. aj»d Mrs Martin Jacobson, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kienitz o Burt. The same week end visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Seth Lundquis of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs Lowell Reed of L:ohn#Ue. Mrs Reed is a daughter of the Jacobsons. The Rev. William Langholz officiated at the baptism of two babies at the Lutheran "church last week Sunday morning. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. JaWe Peterson was named Duane Carl and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weringa, were sponsors and the little son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Stenzil was named Larry Lee with Mrs. Stenzel's sister, I Anna, and brotfeer, Joftn, «a t}W I sponsors. Mesdames C. A. Gutknecht and William Schroeder were hostesses to the Presbyterian .Missionary society at Mrs. Gutknecht's Thursday afternoon with about 3o present. Mrs. Jerry Heetland had charge 'of meditations and Mrs. J. A. Barger of devotions. Arlis Heetland and Dorothy Ukena played a piano duct; Mrs. W. E. Ley gave the missionary lesson and Fauchon and Faustine Heetland sang "Jesus Leads". Group singing closed the program. YOU FILTER DISKS Box of 100 25C Cattle Fly Spray ._ 69c per gallon Grant News CAN BORROW $50-$100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Service . . . Easy Monthly Payments • SPECIAL PLAN FOR FARMERS L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, la. Hay pork Handle 32c B. BATTERIES 45-TOlt £4 4 Q exch. 9 • • I V Coast-to-Coast Store Bay War Bonds and Stamps Pvt. Paul Gossman Is stationed at Sheppard Field, Texas. Miss Ella Kelllng recently injured her hand when she caught it In a washing machine wringer. Maurice Goodwin of Des Molnes was a Saturday business caller at the Mrs. Velma Waterbury homt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and family visited Monday evening at the Charles Schrader home In Burt. Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow and family and Mr. and Mrs; Wilbur Farrow and Louise visited Thursday evening at the Floyd Hagedorn home near Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow received word last week that Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Govern of Lakora are the parents of an 8U pound baby girl born July 11. She has been named Joyce Ann and is their first child. The annual Old Settlers picnic will be held July 26 at the schoolhouse. A service flag with 18 stars representing the boys fromVhere n service, will be dedicated. Everyone is Invited and a picnic lunch will be' served at noon. Mr, and Mrs. Christie Hendrickson of Blue Earth have nloved jack to their home farm recently occupied by their son, Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hendrickson have moved onto the farm vacated by ;he Christie Hendricksons. SATERN REUNION AT CALL PARK LAST SUNDAY The descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Satern, Sr., of Bode, a family of fourteen children and one of the largest families reared In Humboldt county, hejd their annual reunion at Call Park, Algona. last Sunday with, 45 in attendance as follows: Henry Satern and two children, Mrs. Earl Skaugstad and sons of Ppde; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worster and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Enockson of Plover; Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster and three cbildern of Bradgate; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cobb and Mr. and Mrs. Thorstein Satern and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Telford and Bonnie of Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Enockson and daughters of Ottosen, and Mr. and Mrs. BurtU Eastman and son of Milan, 111. Four Saterns in Service , The Satern family has four grandsons in the service of Uncle Sam- Donald Cobb in the navy; Sergeant Curtis Worster with the air corp? in Victorsville, Calif.; Corpora' Clinton Worster with-the army at Lewis, Washington, and Gar- Seeman with the armed forceE I'm Sending My Clothes Back to Work! Let The EDk Cleaners put "discarded" garments back in service. The original freshness will be restored and ugly spots removed. PJione 330 We Deliver The ELK Cleaners * Furriers Aoros* from Port QflJce Keen aye* scrwHntee every inch of rail end He, Nothing mutt be overlopked,.. npthlnjj must be amiu, For over ttwif rail* Americ*'* fighting forces travel,,, over tntm, too, qpMg tho ormamentt of w«r and the food «» ttftntiel to victory. x , . Ppy In ond <foy o. yt ( in fair weather ond foul, thlf «*Noith Wf«!irit" tmedwflUwr «*»•* "wntry dirty, 1 ' Where mechanical perfection leave* off hit work beglni. True, hit outlet art not »pectaeular; few even realize how e**entlal they art, Yet hi fcnowf hif reiponilbiltty and never for a moment dt.«* he relax vigilance. America'* rellrsadi are America'* life lint i, Tft boon thf m open it our job, l 'North Wf ftern 11 ha« been serving Hit notion! In wor pod in ptact, for ojmost q century, Now f a* in generations pait, wo consider it a privilege to do so, CHICAGO and NORTH WESTERN UNE I \Yot4r Saest l»wtm<mt'-~Bv War §••

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