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12 VOLUNTEERS TOCAMPDODCE TUESDAY NIGHT Joined Contingent Which Was Examined Last Week; Swea City and Algona Three Each When 32 of the contingent which reported at Camp ttodge last week for examination and who had been home on furlough left here late Tuesday' night there were 12 local boys Volunteered and left on the same train. They were: >Arlo W. Dehnert, LuVerne, Eugene H. Zeimet, Whlttemore. John F. Buscher, Algona. 'Elmer R. Swanson, Swea City. iKenneth H. Kollasch, Swea City. UUbcrt A. Anderson, Swea City. (Lawrence H. Weaver, Lnkota. Maynard L. Guderian, LuVerne. John R. DeWall, Burt. John W. Qulnn, Lone Rock. Melvin L. Johnson, Algona. Herbert J. Mathes, Algona. Thomas E. Rooney, transferred from Los Angeles. Walter H. Heldt, transferred from Jones county. MONDAY IS BRASS AND COPPER SCRAP The Call Theatre Is Instituting a brass and copper scrap day next "" Monday and free admission is given to 'any person who brings a pound of copper or brass scrap. .,, -The offer is good at any performance that day. An outstanding picture, "For Me and My Qal," has ' been secured (for the showing, along with the usual' short and news reels. All Proceeds to Bed Cross (Mr. Rice, manager, announces that all of the proceeds derived from the sale of copper and brass scrap collected in the drive will be donated to the American Red Cross. The drive is nationwide orr the part of the American theatres. Uncle Sam is critically short of copper and brass for ships, tanks'. planes, giths and ammunition and this is one -way everyone may help to do Something about it. Lida Watson Cole Dies in the West A daughter of one of the pioneer families of Algona, Mrs. Lida-Watson Cole, died in Beverly Hills, California, last Thursday, according to word .received in Algona, by her old friend, Mrs. F. W, Dingley. Mrs. Cole suffered a stroke on Christmas day, and had been at a rest-home since. The funeral was held last Saturday and the body was "cremated, A number of Algona folks in California attended the service among them be'ng b the,,,two > daughters of Mrs. Cole, ath^of her hus- r' ft6me l wlth her mother. Mrs". A^Ii Peterson, Mrs. Lee Nugent and several other Algerians attended. Mtes Lida Watson was born in Algona 76 years ago, the daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Watson. Mr Watson was among the first merchants of Algona. He is said to have built the first frame house in Algona, where the fam'.y lived for many years. Lida for years was one of the most charming of Algona's girls. She , married Dr. G. B.) Cole, a dentist now long dead. Mrs. Cole and her daughter, Miss Renon, left Algona perhaps 20 years ago, and for a time lived in Chicago, later locating in the west. Harry Nolte Brings Belated January Thaw While we failed to get the usual January thaw this year, Harry Nolte, local weatherman, did the next best thing and brought it on right after' the ground hog had seen His shadow, Yesterday we had .59 of an inch -rain and sleet and 1.4 inches of snow and the thermometer in the thirties for a n.'<ght and day. The record: High Low Thursday, 28 .... ..................... 32 Friday, 29 ........... .... .......... ....30 Saturday, 30 ....... . ................. 30 Sunday, 31 .............................. 22 Monday, Feb. 1 ........... .......,,13 Tuesday, 2 ....... ......................... 39 Wednesday, 3 ....... :: ............ ..,..38 ityper ® es .Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1943 Ten Pages VOL. 72.--afO. 5 YOUR RATION BOOK 2 FEBRUARY 22-28 Don D. Clapsaddle In Army Aviation 'After having spent the past three weeks here with his parents Don D. Clap'saddle was taken to Des Moines last Saturday, having received hia call to join up with the'-.army air •corps. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle, made the drive to the capital city and Dick Lund, Algona, accompanied them, as he is a student at Drake. From Des Moines iDon proceeded on to Jefferson Barracks, near St. Louis, where ihe reported for service. He jhas been in Santa Monica, California, the past year, working in the North American Aviation Company plant .Four months ago he enlisted in the •army a!-r corps out there. Being told that he would be called some time in January he returned to Algona and spent the interim with home folks. Don is a graduate of the local .high school, class of 1941. NORTH CENTRAL IOWA CONFERENCE PLAYEEfflVAI, ,gn ''"Afiditoruun^on Wednesday, -iFeb. 10th, Aftertioon and Evening (With- six schools .participating the ninth annual North Central Cowa Conference Play Festival will be held in this city, on Wednesday, February 10. Plays will be presented afternoon and evening. The one- act play festival originated in Algona .nine years ago and many schools throughout the district mve participated annually. However, this year gas rationing has :ended to reduce participation in ;he festival because of distances from Algona. 336 Acres Hemp Signed In Week , Wesley township came in with 130 1 acres sighed up for nemp during' the past week. This was the top In gains in sixteen count!-es. The next to show a substantial increase was Prairie township with 93 acres. Burt, however, is still .'.n the lead with a total of &20 acres. Riverdale township turned in a zero for the week, but 288 acrus were signed up in that township. Fenton is still low with wtth 30 acres. To finish This Week According to War .Board Chairman, Robt. M. 'Loss, the work of islgning up the necessary acres to meet the 4,000 mark will be finished w.'.thin the next week. There remains yet to be signed up 322 acres. However, the local office has been informed that quite a number of .acres have been signed and await filing. Committeemen and workers will have to equal the sign- ups made the past week before the goal is reached. Wesley In Second Place M. P. Goetz 10, Gordon Giddinijs 10, Guy Dimond 10, George Sea- berg 10, Roy Hansen 10, Julius Hansen 10, O. E. Ely 10, Anton Pearson 10, Carlson Henry Pommer 10, Axel 10, Kobie Hemmen 10, Ralph Tjaden 10, O. E. Hott 10. Total 130 acres. • LuVerne Township Walter Merkle 6, R. L. Hans- irth 10. Total 16 acres. Plum Creek Township Donald F. Weaver 10. Total 10 acres. Cresc/j Township A. L. Smith 10, Kossuth County 20. Total 30 acres. Shennan Township John Hoppe 10, Paul Phill'.ps 15. Total 25 acres. Union Townslhip Harley Troutman 10, August Schipull 10, J. W. Scholtes 15. Total 35 acres. Buffalo Township E. E. Meyer 10. Total 10 acres. Burt Township David Lynch 10. Total 10 acres. Whittemore Township Nick Mergen 10. Total 10 acres. Oarfleld Township R. B. Beringhaus 10, C. B. Eisen- bast 11. Total 21 acres. Portland Township Laurence J. Presthus 10. Total .10 acres. Fenton Township Alfred E. Jorgerrsen 10. Total 10 acres. Lotto Creek Township H. E. Broadwell 10, J. M. Elmore 12. Total 22 acres. Irvington Township Harold C. Hunt 6, Carl Hutchins 8, Total 14 acres. Prairie Township J. C. Mawdsley and Harvey E. Johnson 10, Don McCarthy 10, John Kutschara 10, Art Klein 10, George Cink 10, John Thill 15, A. J. Grand- genette 8, Richard Garmann 30, Nick Arndorfer 10. Total 93 acres. Appraiser Here |An appra'aer, a Mr. Hassler, and a civil engineer, a Mrs. Hansler, both of Washington, D. C., were here Sunday looking over the several sites suggested for the proc- essing 'plant. Upon completfon of the sign-up one of the sites will be selected and work begun upon the build.'.ngs. It seems that the most favorable sites are two just east of the city. However, no indication was given by the government representatives as to the site that would be selected. Acres by Townships Last Township Week Burt 510 Wesley 301 Irvington 363 Whittemore 353 Plum Creek 321 Riverdale 288 Sherman 260 Union 241 ..177 ..106 Cresco / Lottg Creek Prairie 30 Garfleld 92 LuVerne 70 Portland 60 Buffalo 30 Fenton 20 Now 520 431 377 363 331 288 285' 278 207 ]28 123 113 86 70 40 30 3232 3678 No Cash, No Gas Beginnng February 1 all retail outlets or service stations MUST SELL FOB CASH ONLY to all private automobiles displaying the "A", "B" »r *C" windshield .sticker 1 . Commercial trucks or "T" ration stickers can be Sold on credit. This covers gasoline and oil. This Is according to an order Issued by the OPA as of January 19th. Only to government agencies, to Commercial motor boats and to motor vehicles displaying the "T 1 * stickers may gas and oil be sold on credit. Therefore, from now on, no money, no gas. And the service station boys can't do anything about it. The OPA says cash or no sale. 17 15 19 -6 7 31 •According to records December and January with 4.5 average below normal was 11.2 below normal of the two months a year ago. MARKETS . Local Play (Pupils in the local high who will >ut on the comedy "Write Me a love. Scene" are Richard Woodward, Pat Pollard, Jean Guderian, and Douglas Brown. Prof. .James F. iFlderllck,, • chairman of the Drake department of drama, will be the critic for the festival. Red Cross Meetings To Be Held Saturday Mrs. P. P, Zerfass announces that there will be a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Kossuth County chapter of Red Cross at the library Saturday afternoon at two o'clock,. ' , 'Immediately following, there w'Jl be a chapter meeting of'the Red Cross at 2.130 p m. Miss Margareta Murray, Red 'Cross field representative, will be in attendance at that time. DES MOINES FOR FIFTH BIRTHDAY Iowa Press Women, Inc., will hold an all day session, Saturday, February 6, in the State Historical BuMding in Des Moines. - , , Governor B. B. Hlckenlooper will be the guest speaker at the press women's fifth birthday anniversary luncheon at noon. /The 1943 National Federation of Press Women Iowa. convention committees will meet with chairmen Jn the morning. Mrs. Jean Olson, State President, will preside at the -board meeting scheduled for 11:00 a. m. The day's activities will conclude with convention chairmen meet'ng at 2:00 p. m. •Honored guests invited .to 'attend the luncheon are:- Mrs. B. B. Hickenlooper, Hon. Chet B, Akers, Auditor of State and Mrs, Akers; Ora Williams, State Curator; Sherman Needham, State Supt. of Printing; I^leuft Anne Mcjlhenney^ Public Relations DJrector of the WAAC; Arthur Brayton, Secretary, of. the Des Moines Convention Bureau an Mrs. Earl J. Flshbaugh, Jr., Presi dent of the Legislative La.dle League. •In charge of arrangements ar Miss Phyllis Rogers, Ffrst Vic President, and Miss Jo Baumgart ner, Public Relations Director fo Iowa Press Women. iLocal members of the Iowa Pres Women are .Mrs. Chris Reese Genevieve Sterling and June Corey north district director. KOSSUTH PIONEER DIED AT HOME HERE TUESDAY EVENING Mrs. David J. Mitchell, 79, Came to Kossuth in the Late Sixties; Early Teacher in City Mrs. David J. Mitchell passed away at her home, 509 North Jones street, Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock following an illness of several months. Services' will be held at the home at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon, followed by services in the Methodist church at 2:00 in charge of Rev. Price, and Interment will be in Riverv.'ew cemetery. _... Kossuth pioneer Some of Kaiser Bill's 1918 Brass Now to Be Directed at Hitler $.96 Vj .84 % .82 ,81H No. 2 white corn, new . Jfo. 9 yellow corn, old . Jip, Z yellow corn, new JSTq, 2 mijfed corn, new 80 Ib. white oats , No. 3 barley , ' ' HOGS Heavy butchers, 180-200 Packing *WSv 270-30) ' 27P- 380 packing sows, 360-400 CATTUE Cfenners and cutters Fat yearlings ....... Stock steers .... Veal ca)ves ....... Fat steers cows . 14,35 . . 14.35 . 14.25 12.OOrl3.GO lOOOrWQ 8,00-W-OO 12.00-13.00 7.00-8.60 Pdrty and checked egg* ----- ....... 28c „ «let»r? <*t two heavy cartridges, a, pistol and helmet, ajf pf them taken from the battlefields in France in i. Jfefjr are of qer«an K«w*yjey are jto; be turned, jntoi later w«J over 6 Ibs. Wens, i to 6 Iba. - ' over 1% under over 9 On Monday the picture "For Me and (My Gal" will be the feature and the admiss'on will ibe copper and brass scrap. Cretzmeyer Donor The Hun brass in above picture was turned in by Dr. C. iH. Cretzmeyer. It was gathered from the battlefields of (France in 1918 by Col. Bert Seeley and upon hto return to this country be gave it to his friend, Dr, Cretzmeyer, who has kept it all these years. Col. Seeley will be remembered by many Algona people. A native of Algona son of the late jpr. Frank Seeley, early physician here, Bert finished school here, then took a veterinarian course and graduated at Ames, after Which h^e Joined the TT. S. larmy and in which the'has served ever ftlnce rising to the rank of colonel. He served with our expeditionary forces in France during the first war. Bert Is married to a daughter of Mrs. Chr's Hejse of Algona. Bert WM Choosy , Pol. Seeley tells <tt his. being choosy In Ms selection QJ a iUD" helmet, He pipked this pne out of several dosen on the battlefield, from wbjch the ' Germijn dead had not yet been removed. The hetajet J?« W? flaws' ton, IU-, Dec. 6, 1864,' daughter of Carl and Doretta 'Marie Thiele, she came to Kossuth county with her parents in a covered wagon when five years of age. The family settled on a farm five miles south of Algqna. A brother d.'fd when 21 years of age and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Beard, 90, of Deepwater, Mo., and Mrs Nannie Setchell, of this city, survive. Marked in 1887 On October 5, 1887, she was married to David J. Mitchell, son of Dr. Bennett Mitchell, pioneer Meth- od.'st minister here. To this union were born a son and three daughters, Li. T, Mitchell, a personnel director in the LaPlant Choate defense work plant at Cedar Rapids; Mrs. F. W. Plumb (Doretta) on a farm 6 miles south of the city; Mrs. M. T. Reeves <Doris) of Brainard, Minn., house mother ofi the Alpha Sigma Chi house, Hamline University, St. Paul; and Laura, at home. They all survive their mother. There are itwo grand children in Cedar Rapids: Phill'.p in the army, and Marilyn, hign school student. Grand children lere are: of the Plumb family, Winifred, with the rationing board; Margaret at home; Oliver, Banana ld, Florida, with the navy; Patricia a senior here, and Walter at home; and the Reeves grknd children, Melvin now a naval reserve pre-medical student and David a freshman at Hamline University, Former Teacher Here Prior to her marriage deceased taught school in Algona and many of the older residents will remember her as such. She had alwava been an active worker in the Methodist church-and had the distinction of the being the first president of the M. E. Woman's Home Missionary Society here. Her husband died February 1, 1933. He will be remembered as a builder and contractor here for many years. Squirrels Park Nuts in Car While humans are asked to refrain from hoarding food there is no law against squirrels hoarding- their nuts fbr food, at least that is the 'opinion of Mr. and. Mrs. Will Walker, 600 S. Dodge itreet. Recently,* Mr. Walker discovered that squirrels had helped themselves to his store of black walnuts in' the Walker garage and had carried them to the automobile, placing- them In the exhaust pipe, in the horn, and under the hood. He even found nuts in' a piece of water pipe nine feet from the floor. There pro ;gevetrtal black walnut trtees in the neighborhood but the squirrels ignored them so long as Mr. Walker's wal- fiutst were already gathered and shelled, " The nuts were stored In a box wired and lath nail- enough to loosen one of the lath in X>rder to make the foray on his 'winter, food. FALL IN HOME IS FATAL TO FORMER Austin Burtis, LuVerne Fractures Skull in Fal! Downstairs, Was For mer Btockbuyer ACADEMY JUNIOR CLASS PLAY ON SUNDAY. FEB. 7TH The junior class of St. Cecelia's Academy will present "Closed Lips" a comedy drama in three acts, at 8 p. m. ?.n Academy hall, Sunday, February 7th. The play is impressive and emotionally strong-, teaching the lesson of charity; but the comic element is well represented by a garrulous colored mammy, an old darky gardener and a pair of wrangling newly-weds. Cast of Characters The characters in the order of their appearance are Mrs. Radcl'.ff, Eileen Tirol; Terry Radcliff, Evelyn Elbert; Mammy Jinny, June Foraberg; Patricia Stone, (Marilyn Allen; Willie Stone, Herbert Weydert; Jeff, QTohn Kajewski; {Star Bjllven, iLavonne Hoffman; 'Bart Clay, Louis McEnroe; Mathew Radcliff, James DeZellar. The play is under the direction of Sister Mary Davidica. Between acts the "Class Colors" and the Merrymakers Overture. Mary Joan Esser and Coletta Forsberg will sing "Ind'an Dawn" by Roos-Zaminick. Wednesday pight as he was preparing to retire Jn his home at IwVerne, Austin B^rtls,, 58, fell donstalrs and received a skull turf which hjter proved fatal. He way brought to the Kossuth hospital Friday afteimmn but succumbed to his Injuries Saturday noon. Funeral services were held 'rom tl»e Presbyte$an church %t ..uyerne Tuesday afternoon and >uriai was in the'LuVerne ceme- ery. klfojp, Resident l« survived hy and a »n, Jack, two da' era, Mrs. Donna Hersher of Cj Smdson of B«b Podge. He h- there most o/ bis Ufe, About seven Bob Geigel Signs up With C. B. of Navy Bob Geigel, 18-year-old son. of Mr- and Mrs. Fred Geigel, Irving, has joined the Construction Battalion of the navy. A freshman at Iowa University, where he majored in physical education, Bob decided that rather than be draft ed he would join up with the navy He applied at Spencer las.t Friday and was taken to ,Des Moines sworn in and immediately given th rating of petty officer third class He was sent to an eastern poin for.service. Bob was a graduate of the local high school last year He was. a member of the wrestling team and rated high in wins 'n that athletic activity in this part of the state. MRS. ANNA BOWERS FOUND DEAD IN MINNESOTA HOME Mother of Mrs. H. W. Peterson, Algona, She Had Spent Much Time land Was Well Known here On Saturday, January 16, Mrs. Anna Bowers, F'.nlayson, Minn., who had been spending the winter here w.'.th her daughter, Mrs. H. W. Peterson, was called to Sandstone, Minn., to attend the funeral of a brother/Fred Orbin. Following the funeral she went to her home at Findlayson, later expecting to return to the ;Peterspn Findlayson announcing death her mother, that neighbors had found her in her' Flrrdlayson home and that it as not known what caused her sudden demise nor how long since she had passed away. Mrs. Peterson left immediately for Findlayson in company with Leon Merritt of the Merritt Funeral home here, to bring back the re-' mains. Services were held there Wednesday afternoon and final rites will be held here Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Merritt Funeral home and interment will be in Riverview cemetery here. Two Daughters Survive Mrs. Bowers is survived by two adopted daughters, Mrs. Peterson, of this city, and Mrs. Mary Campbell of Des Moines. Her husband died several years ago. She has relatives at Perry, Iowa, and it '« expected they, will be here to attend the funeral Saturday. LuVerne Boy Serving in Hea^yr Artillery Walter W. Brayton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brayton, Lu- Verne, who volunteered for service in the armed forces March 12, 1941, is now stationed at Camp Blanding, Florida. Born in 1918 in Humboldt county, he graduated from the Vernon consolidated school. Following his enlistment he was sent to Fort SMJ, Oklahoma, and assigned to the observation corps in heavy artillery. ^ After four months " there* Ke "was promoted to corporal. In February, 1942, he was 'transferred to damp Shelby, Miss., and later, in May the same year, was assigned to Camp Button, N. C. Last Oct. he was sent to Camp Blanding in Florida, where he is stationed at this t:me. Star Route Bids Star route bids are being taken for routes in Iowa up to March 19. The bids may be had at the Algona post offcie. The two routes of interest to Algona bidders are from Burt to Elmore and back to Surt and from lEmmetsburg to Britt nird back to Emmetsburir. These routes are for six days n week. Anyone interested in bidding should call at the local post office. ACADEMY DRUBS CORPUS CHRIST! THURSDAY NTTE ift^yt'T-huiaday, yjt&t^toQtoghe, fast Fort' Dodgers, Corpus Cliris- ti, to a nice cleaning with a score of 20-14 and rather evened the score of a defeat .the pervious week! The game was a good one, with fine work on the part of both teams throughout. Jim Harrington was high for the visitors with 7 points while Mahoney garnered 12 for the locals. . Whittemore Drubs Locals On Monday night of this week the Academy boys took a terrible beati-ng from the Whittemore high there with the lop-sided score of 52-9. The Whittemore boys were rangy, fast and accustomed to the small floor and their reach found baskets at almost every turn. High for .the locals was McEnroe 'with 4 and Dogotch found 21 for the Whittemore boys. The summa"ry: Algon* ' <•;.'.- Fg Ft Pf DeZellar, f o 0 1 McEnroe, f 2 0 3 Mahoney, c o 0 4 Reynolds, ,g o 0 0 Kajewski, g „ i i 3 Winkel .; i o 0 Whittemore— Dogotch, f Woodward, f Roeber, c Bierstedt, g ...,i Hansen, g. ...i 8 1 11 ...8 ..£ ..5 46 6 10 The local second team went down in defeat to both the«Fort Dodge ONE WEE GIVEN TO REGISTER IN SELECTED SITES Fourteen Schools antipersonnel in County to Save Charge of Eegis- tering 26,000 Applicants 'According to orders from OPAi headquarfieiis, the dpstribuijion of Rat-on. Book" No. 2 will be mado within the week of February 22 to 28, inclusive.' In order to secure the No. 2 book the registrant must .have in his or her possession what is known as the No. 1 book or 'sugar book". In case the sugar book has -been' lost a new one must be secured through the*local rationing board prior to Feb. 22. The new book wiJl cover 200 items of food and the point system of rationing^ will go into effect .on March 1st. _ Committee on Book 2 A committee of three has -beej»> selected by the rationing board* to ' have charge of the regiatratttfh' of. and distribution'to the some 2T,« 000 residents of this county. The committee is made up of Joe Brad-; ley, chairman, Joe Bloom and A. B. Lauritzen, county superintend* ent of schools. This committes' proposes to sponsor an educational campaign tduring the "next two' weeks, by way of the schools of the county and suggests that every* one should read up on the manner' of registration as well as taking note on when and where best :to> register. , •. - Fourteen Sites Selected As was the case of the sugar and gas rationing registering last fall the schools of the county have been asked to help put over this, immense job, registering for and* distributing- the 27,000 books in -a^ week's time. The fourteen sitedare: ,i. Ajlgona—Covering Union, Creek, Cresco, Irvington and Riv erdale .townships; Supt.'O. B, administrator. ; Whittemore — Covering Zotta Creek, Whittemore and Ganfielct tonwships; Supt. F, J.' Rochfordi,. administrator. "gyw^sBii Prairie 1 Page, administrator. , LuVerne — Covering liuVerne and Sherman townships; Supt.' Vernon Stribling, admtaistator. Swea City—Covering Eagle, Swea and Harrison townships; Supt, A, Schueler, administrator. . . .. _ Grant— Covering Grant township; Supt. V. A. Barrett administrator. Seneca — Cover/jig Seneca township; Supt. A. L. Kingery, administrator. Bancroft — Covering Greenwood and Ramsey townships; Supt. Guy Hart, administrator. Titonka— Covering German and. Buffalo townships; Supt. M, f\ Cheever, administrator. IFenton— Covering Fentbn towir— ship; Supt. V. J. Tatum, adminis-w ' iB,urt— Covering Burt and Portland township ;Supt W. B. Officer,: administrator. iLedyard— JCovering -j Springfield, Hebron ! and *Ledyard townships; Supt. H. M. Granner, administrator. Lakota— (Lincoln and! (Ledyard townships; Supt, E. Grabau, ad« ministrator. ,• . * •Lone Rock-—Coverlng *Burt and Fenton townships; Supt. V. V, Frye, administrator. '• .•Indicates that registrants may- apply at nearest site !-n townships indicated. . . ' ='.•• .. ', An Immense job . It is estimated, by board members that about 15 minutes will bo " ^™ TOtaSoE'SSr^'S: "^ssary.to register-for each book, above iclaved dates. I rrvmHn,i»/i «„ na»i r T>«>.«\ (Continued on Back Page) Laabs 7 Kossuth Grown Cattle Bring Top Price On So. St. Paul Market; His First Shipment There "j ,'\ > I •*j CO-OP AT WKSLEY IS CONSIDERING SOY BEAN PLANT he annual meeting of the farmers' Co-Qperative Society at Wesley last Monday con8*derat}oQ of (he establishment of a soybean processing plant in that tonva.^as fivf n attention %y tt^ »tocW>»t^r|. BUevator Manager ©t Hildman preeen^sd the matter for c >ration. It was pointed out Wesley neighborhood has be- beana. ?-th a continued heavily de^ao4 ftw soybfiaa m^al processed prpdusto ojr «4e that •Apcordimr $0. «Wfla market newspaper Ished at Sauth St. PauJ, ^armsrs kww thebj about livestock ii&te tfeere speak - '• rm cojjnty Jn Iowa. A.

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