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   Hamburg Reporter, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1946, Hamburg, Iowa                             nburg Repu 1870 HAMBURG REPORTER CONSOLIDATED-IVITH THE HAMBURG REPUBLICAN, JULY 2. 1938 Hamburg Reporter Established 18M VOLUME 51 HAMBURG, IOWA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1946 the of Experiences Pacific ptain Carter Johnson, soon to ,ven the rank of gave a interesting talk before the Ki- ps club Thursday evening tell- of eome of his experiences in air force in the Pacific. After pending troop carrier school he fe attached to the ground crews jfthe air force. In leaving the ;s for his new work in the Pa- their ship was on their >er the first- day out, depending ion the speed of the ship jt danger. On the trip to Austra- iVthey never sighted another ahip, the only incidents of note was sing the equator, when the, ceremoniys were held, and j tht crossing of the Internationul j NO. 45 Reinlist Now. Carter found the Australians jus bit behind the times, accordim 'to our standards. Milk is deliveret fa -bulk, breud is not wrapped fo Aifvery, drug stores just cnrrj and are called chemist shop Baft drinks are sold nt mill Intro. They drive on the left s Carter did not have much "iltmble in tins line, but when 01 had a habit of looking in the Wong direction for traffic. Caiv goods was little known in th  Hamburg- post office on Wednes day, Jan. 23 to accept enlistment in the regular army. ..Young men between the ages of 17 through 3- who are interested in the advent ages offered, by voluntary enlist ment are invited t-o call during ;hat Enlistments are now open for lh months, two year and three year periods. By choosing the thrti r'ear enlistment, you may select the arm of service and theater o: operations of your own choice. Veterans arc reminded that thc> have only until February 1 to re- enlist to be eligible for reenlist- ment bonuses and furloughs. You nay also retain the rank held at time of discharge1 providing you enlist within twenty days after dis- charge and prior to February 1, 1946. Improvements Made at Hamburg Hospital Severn! years ago Dr. U. C. Dan- Icy started a program for improve- ments at the Hamburg hospital, most important among the im- provement.0, were the plans for Bound-proofing tho building. Work on the project wan held up, due to .ho shortage of materials nnd In- jur. Some two weeks ago workmen arrived and stance! on the work. Jy Wednesday evening of last week Ihe work of Bound-proofing the hospilnl had been fifty-eight )er cent complclcd. Acoustic Cellotex wns useel on .he job, (riving Iho walls of the op- ornling room, the numcry, nil hulls ind corridors a beautiful appear- mice, at well as deadening nil lound. The hospital force nnd all inlionls are delighted with tlie re- ulto. Sometime within the cemiing ummer the plan is to have all of ho remainder of the building M tit n like manner. Tbii improvement ui ipcnslve crie, but the iwilu Men no satisfactory an to make hose responsible forget the cost. Formula Harmony Women Ship Quota. The United Service Women have made a shipment for their full quota to ..the State hospital this .week when they packed the follow- jing items: 46 wash rags, 181 hand- j kerchiefs, 30 pair bedroom slip- ipers, 1 afghon, 1 bedside bag, 0 jchair pillows, 1 light blanket and 3 wool top comforts. They are very !grateful for thu help they had i from the membership and from I friends outside tho organisation, to imakc the completion of this ship- ment possible. With the scarcity of I new materials, it is only through ielonations of materials and of help that such work can be carried on. jThe local unit has carried out a -heavy program and is to be con- gratulated on their accomplish- ments. Two More Vets Enter Business Here HAMBURG SCHOOL CTIV1TIES The Scouts will make a secoml lotliing pick-up for clothing for le nnliona] drive next Salurelay, anuary liclwecn the of 1 n, in. and 4 p. m. Have your undies in plain sighl on your orchos nnd if by chance you are! The second tcmcater school year started on January 14. New subjects offered In the high school this TO of Die Monday, Subscription Rates to Increase i FEATURES THIS WEEK THE COLONIAL Thunlre goers Ihis week will see n :a splenelid two-fcalure bill On rebrunry 1 the nubucripllon Thursdav rates lo the Reporter 011 Thursday, Friday and .Saturday, in the high nchool thb semester j1 win be janj 17i 18> Blll] Thq firi.l Include: Industrial Arts, Junior lo almorli ;tur8 Mng Mr Business, Sociology, Moelern Prob- thl! In-..... lems, and -Advanced Arilhmelic. The curelie will distri- buted to all lt> bo.Ui grwJe'.ind high school'an IVednM- Janimry 10, Condra Heady Is a new momlwr of the Hnmhurg High School jun- ior Ha -niljndfd action-packed thrill drama, The new rates will in mont adjoining counties German gold in America by h hooks up with elghty-thrw percent wlml Mt to f n foolhardy guy On increased cost has been print i.wlth_n Jiulv i.wlth_n Jiulv oii_ tbo thrill ._ ri., ._ _ Second Cmthilljf School before his transfer which VcnF up in price hunt for in Amoricaf Hamburg, The Fremont County Girls' Has- kctball Tournament will bo played at Farragul this will play Uartlelt of the lournamcnl. This lo" "mn second feature will be "Croon- controlx taken off print paper by'wich Tbiu Twentieth Ccn- the government there may be Fox picture is shown in tecb- thor advances. Shoitagc of news inlcnlnr and brings Carmen Mirnn- Thuradity lid your lunst- cnli HF22 .Suim-tim tcr n special call will lie made for our buiiilli.'. II is hopoil thiit. all of lln> lilin- es will be re.'aely for Ihis pie-le-up i that, it will nut In" t-o fiirtbe'r collpctions. If it is :iwve'nient you may takf your bundle to the' City Hall, where ]cenmtry folks are? asheil tei takt- be loft al the e'ity hall any hour of the dny. prnd tests nro ,crs, both large and small. ,'wilh Vivian Mlnine, the cherry ntj This is our first increase.' in sub- 'blonde. Fur singing, dancing, lov- jHCriplion rates since Worlel War I ing, laughing, for tin? gayest sUirs ti ianel we are very rclue-taiit to make' that ever maele a miisie-al treat, Iowa hvery Pund Acbieve- ,a in. this cannot Its 1 creasing ceisls mnki! It necossnry.'the song-swopt, slar-swciit cnriil- .'Mnny publications have made! of the' yen IllltSt Of tirUllrilll Lo bo pluycil fltfO p. m. Thl l merit U'Kln aru in interred in the Hchouls of town. The 1 iiy of lowii (lotcnuineR Lin; mrhk'voniont in Llic schools uf iln ritfilu so that citcJi school may .mini itV n-siills as cfinipai'dd !u tin otlu'r rrlmols of tho ihiurt'HHC without julvjinrp noiic'u t'i liiuhxri'SltLTK, hut that, you (.'iilitNjil In iidvnncp nolif-. Jf you ;ii''.1 now paid in mlvji.'iLu will accept another pay- incnt, ;tt fiio oltj raU1 .Janu- ary ;u. n Siniiljiy, Mornlny, Tin'M.lay Wt-Hiii'srlay, .Ian. 21, 22 mnt Hit.' nUntcliiir. will (In- jjrcat M ]irritliu'.iiiM "Aiidtiii-K A- witli J-'unik Sintiira. Globe Trot lore IMease Tuesday ejf Inst week tile colored Globe Trotters haslu'lhnll team pluyuel the Holmes Motor team on the local floeir, defeating tlie locals by the score of 40 to H8. The colored boys cut n lot of antics which plcaseel the large crowd, which filled the auditorium lo ca- pacity. are planning to njf in another fast professional leani later on. As an opener tlie Inch school team played Watson, elefcalinir them by n score of 40 to 17. Infantile Paralysis Drive NowOOn Tho Fremont County Chapter of he National Keiundnlion for Infan- lle Paralysis boginie its 1945 drive 'or funds this week. Thu drive is liping conducted by nail this year for the convenience jf those who want lo give. There n a real nnd desperate necel for unds for this grcnt fight. I'olio is nt'reaning nnd we must try to con- quer the dread disease, no when you receive your letter won't you ileajee acl at once nnd enclose donation In the envelope, will U oncloitti Iti all the During the past week two more veterans of World War II entered the business field in Hamburg, making a total of nineteen veter- ans now engaged in business and professions in Hamburg. Carter Johnson has purchased the hardware and locker businesn of the Johnson Hardware, owned formerly by 0. C. "Johnson. The new owner is making some chang- es in the arrangement of the store and expects to open a shoo and harness repair department. Equip- ment for the locker system is ar- riving and it is hoped that this new department can be opened up shortly. O. C. Johnson will devote his entire time to his undertaking business and his farm interests. He has enjoyed a good business .giiiro taking over some months ago. Carter Johnson is the son of Mr. iiml Mrs. Walter Johnson and was liorn and raised in this community. For some time before entering the service he bad been engaged in the teaching profession. He will be as- sisted for the present by his wife. A deal wan closed the first of .he week in which Clifford Barr of Mexico, Mo., purchased the Wen- .ern Auto Associate Store in Ham- nirg from Bert Dines. Mr. Barr IB i married man with one child, nnd was recently discharRed from the service. He was connected with Western Auto before entering the service, nnd out of many openings in this section, selected Hamburg- Bert Dines, who has operated the store here since with n abort time out during the war when engaged in defence work, cit- peclti to make his home in Kansas City. Itort hns built up a nice biinl- ncss and was active in the com- nunity and it IB html to give him up. These two young buslnesN men urc Ixiing welcomed to the business 'amily, and should enjoy R (rood tusincss, for they have the Itcnt wisheK of all, ocui worker in your comnianlty, Theso are tho local volunteers or the county: _ Green Twp., Mrs. R. C. PolUin, "irnor. Wnnhinxton Twp., Mrs. Walter Johnson, Hayinonel Nixon. Hamburg, Mm. Dnvle! Sjulin. lilverton Twp., Mrs. Cliff Whito. Klvcrniilc Twp., Mrs. Mary Ilol- rn. Scnlt Twp., Mra. Claudi.' Cape. Piahor Twp., Mra. Floyd Coy, In. Orlnl Phlpps, Mrs. Arthur Madison Twp., Mra, Dale A then. (Jrovo Twp., Mrn. II. V. 'linllcy. Sidlll'.v Twp., Sirs. Polk. .Siilni'.v. Jlrs. Knlii'rt Vance. Hi'lllon Twp., Mi's. 1'niil MrKI- From Service. Anniversary. Dark are worn, becaiiKe of the glare. They luivc two and elry. To Carter there seemed to lie little difference, fur cvui; in elry season they could expe'd i eouplt! of inches of rain each eluy A Cnptiiin Wilel of Ihe Ailslra- linn forces was with Carter's out- fit through it all, anel wan a great help, as ho had been n in New Guinea, and knew the coun- try well. He snw Amelia Enrhart leave the island, and this was the last time she was heard from. He ptaUlel that he plane was buelly ov. erle'iielod as they loft. Arriving in Maniln ithortly nfter its destruction by tho Japs, lies found a bnd coneliliotl. Ills oulfit was stationed nt the old army bane at Clark Field. Oulside of Manila tho Philippines arc not thickly scltlcd or has there been much pro. gross, and the people seem lo bo very dirty and rather shiftless. Okinawa waa Hie; last island Carter served on, anel it hael tho plan In Mini his outfit to Ja- pan, but- at the last minute they wore ordered home, And they we're all happy to leave this very busy island and gel back u> the bind eif milk nnd honey. Died In Omaha Mm. Mary 1'riill Parrlsh panned nwny Sunday morning at tho home of her non, J. M. 1'nrrlsh, in Oma- ha. She was Iho. daughter of tho Into John anil Kltaa I'rall nnd n ulster of Mrs. II. H. McKinsick nnd Mrs. Ida Stephens. After her mar- rliRe Purrlsh, she lived at JUdlum, Knnsus, where she will be buried. Mro. Farrish wmi resi- dent of thlx community In htr Chairman Don Unit tho rpsponsi Clayton has fine nnel already nieich dt; clothing has be-un very irable- in. Our emit' The following lint of i bci-il from the Force's: Archie f.'ll lutVI' Arnii'd j, miinily has lie.'eii very loyal and lias Martin KurrnKUt IRT were Mr. mid Walt Mr, nnd MIT. Curl Hinzo cell1- nti'd tliL'ir fortii.'lb woelding anni- Thursilny, HI, at their Omnha home; in Hanihurg, Cue'sts for din- J-'orinor Uusidt'nt t'llSSCM On.: li'igraphi'd in li'rhnii'olor. vl.li will fiiul cni'h shir lit in this sinttiiiK scnsiitiiui uf the.- natii.'ii. SailorK. lend civilians nliki- will dc'liEhled with this lop mii- Kie-iil Doji't it! Twp., Mrs. Wiiyiii' An- Prairiii TWJI., Jlrn. W. T. Miuiroc Twp., Mrs. A. I.. Sroll. Lust Two to Tahor. Tw The AAA Intn rate to Fremont county furmers Is n.1c pur bushel, Eligible corn is corn grading No. ,1 Tn-Tjcttci cjcccpt lor tCTV weigni. ur moisture. However, the moislure contenl muni nol exceed 20% per ccnl. Anyone who produced corn In 1045 as an owner-openitnr, latid- hire! or tenanl is eligible for a loan. The loans nre> available until May III. They bear .1 per cent In- terest, mnture .Septe'inber re'HpniuK-et very well to poml cnuj'c wbie-h has ht'cii prc.'-e'riii'il, elurinjr l.he.' war peiriml. lloii'l fur- irel the pick-up Saturday. Jnniiaiy 17, nml let's clmn it up with tliis collection. inyi were 'il on the local flonr I'rieliiy with the.' Tabur high The; girls' team pliiyod Tailor In M. Lepion Dinner. The Hubert Woodwarel Post of the American legion anel Iho La- dies' Auxiliary will honor the! vet- ernns of the community and theHr guests al a dinner lo bo hclel Fri- day, January IS at 7 p. m. at the Legion Hall. Invitations were mail- ed last week and reservntions nro being received by Clarence JiuU, Adjutant. A fine program is plnn- ncel and the Hon. Frank Milts, Ivli- lor of Ihu Iowa I.cgionuire has been secured to (five them nn ad- dress. Every veteran in thn com- Ue-d Oak Miss Norma Siiiegcl. Chris Kpii i evening the; results for Ihia week. H-nhur, Frederick Hiiilor Ta ______ Albert Reeves Tabor nice cards from their friend will be [dayed in r'arraitul -Ian. Glen Whito............ Kivcrton itbem on their Claude Sanders____Khennndeuih i llalph Maupin _______ Hamburg William Hammer Sidney j Norman Kcllison_______Bartlult I munity should bear him. Don't miss Ichnrica I.orimor....... Farnieut To Attend Annlvernary Jlr, and Mrs. Will XuU, jMiirn, Atx-hiiion Kansas; Alra. Carl ;Sink of Fromonl. Ncliranlin; nine 'ttranelchlldren and foudeen went the opportunityl Word From Harry Iliillcrfield William Suittlcr Iliirnlnirir Mo., Tuemlay to attend Richard Jordan Hlilnev tnc Knl'lfn wcildinir anniversary of Robert liarnon Collcjje Sprinits JRov- nml JIra- Ft.Hher (.eadH in McmberHhlp Kishcr Township leads the? cnun- ;ly in farm bureau meinborshipH nl Drnokn Tale........Shcnnmluah were married In Ham- o keep tontnct with tlm old home Swine Mei'llnu January .11 Farmers of Fremont ceiunly are raising will wanl to at- tend the swine mcctine; at Siebiey on Thursday, January .'II at tlie hall. Dr. K. W. Sleiinler HIM! K. Quiiife, oxlension special- ists from Iowa State ceilJoKC, wiil jbe! pretnent at tho nieutlnif which will nt 10 and chwo nl Livestock diseases, sanitation, paraaltu control, housing, veiitilalion, and pro- blems will ho diseiUHnH. Use of pastures, seilcction of brooel reows nnd caro of plus will nlso ho pro- Ronlfid by Iho eoneluctinf; the meeting. own, Harry wns very nice In stat- ng that tho Importer la ntlll the est small town newspaper in the Dmitry, iind naturally we uppre- Keith Blair...... Council Bluffs kind words. Rlvtrloh B Donalil Potlor............ Hnrtlelt John Connor............. Ames isllilo In order tlml the quota of hvoretl Siirfnco Thnrmon John Stilt................. Tabor i HBO moinlwrn may Ix. reached early fcarl Ummhoni WltehtU. Knns. Loren Johnaon, Jr......Thtirman (his sprlnir. Irvin Fouler Tmoirene Olnsirei .........Gnlvn, III. ,___________ ......-----Thurntun Brnr.ll ind Chile HITS known an Die ABS nnd nri' non-rccouivie the siune as in previous loan programs. The Commodily Credit. Corpeira- Lion not rceguirc borrowers to Insure the corn. However, there is n le: pe'r bushel senling fe-c1 oncb itisbi'l in a Inaii. I-'i-eMii'inl cmnity inrrowrrs desiiing to iieul e-ribs may apply nl the AAA office in Sidney or apply with the se'iek'l who sorve-s (he1 township in which the; corn is located. In e-ilbi'i- preliminary sealing fe't- of q when the iipjilication Is naelc but it. is e'ri'dili'il em the; total scaling fee nt the time.' the leiaii is The sealers serving the town- ships in J'Yi'Mionl county arc as fedlows: Potlor, IVie-ival, Hcntnn- Sce.tt; .Mill (.annum, Karragut, Ki.ihi'r-I.orii'it (ireivi': Ti-1 Hall, Siilncy, (iri'Cn-Kivi'riiidv! Clarence Morris, Hamburg, Madison-Wash- ington; Clyde Fnrwell, Sielney, Prnlrie-llivfiton; Frank Shraandi.nh. Monroe-Walnut; Moselcy, Shincy, Sidney J-Hielnev II. r-ompleled in Ihe counly eluring the 11145 program have nv- crageel busheil per loan, Shipped Sandwiches. Tho Catholic l.aehVs, Presbyter- Ian I.aelic.i, United Service Women, Mclhodlsl I.a.lioa, Baptist Lniliiis. Christian I.aelics. V. F. W. Aux- iliary anil American Legion Aux- iliary pnckuel anil Will snndwlehos for Ihe) Servicomcns' Cenlor in Omaha, Wednesday. This Center Is still n very busy place and it is believed by those lecr workers there thai they arc- now serving boys who have innilu great sacrifices. More than men were at tho center one lay Inst week nnel it is hiillcvcel Ihnl il. will be nt least the> mleldlo if June befeire this pnigrnm can be; rc'laxed. Mnny communities am cooperating to furnish fewd ami nnkej It possible to continue the service. Hjiilln Named Director Tho Sldtfl Nurnerymcn'n convon- lion wan hold In Don Mohton Itml week end (ind Carl SJulin of tho Nurierien wan again named ai dlncUir of the lion. United Htrvlct Women Will Meet The memhcrn of tho United Ser- vice Womcnii Group are urged to nttond tho rogulur hiuintns rutti- ng which will Iw held nt the homo of Mrs. Chan. Nelson, Friday af- ornoon, January Ifl. Lttln American not- tit thtir   

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