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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - December 31, 1941, Mount Pleasant, Iowapage fourthe NEWS. MT- PLEASANT. HENRY COUNTY, IOWA WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1941 $2053?^ FOR SALE chunch. Bring basket dinner. Everyone welcome. Installation of officers at Encampment I. O. O P Oysters served. Good attendance desired. Annual Booster supper, Methodist FOR SALE CRUSHED ROCK. Phone 540 Green. P. J. Taylor. ll- 25 d30tc! program. Everybody invited. Iowa Wesleyan Guild New Years tea I at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley i B. Niles, 2 to 4 30. All friends of tile college are cordially invited to attend. ENTERTAIN GROUP HONORING GUESTS Mrs. William Cass entertained sixteen guests Tuesday evening at a party in honor of her house guests, Mrs. Ethel Spooner of Kirksville, and Lor- FOR SATE FRESH PORK; ALSO c istom butchering. Geo. Williford. 11—12 dtfc FOR SAM .    22    11 EAD BLACK calves, r F. I .crman. Phone 5306. 12-26 cist p FOR SALI. 30 FT WINDMILL $35 Form Fountain, Mt. Union. 12    30    rl4lp church, 6 p. rn. Bring dish of food and j sandwiches. Service furnished. Good ena Stabler of Oak Park, 111 Rome Rome. Dale Lanferman has returned from a weeks visit with friends at Detroit, Midi.—Frederick Wehrle left Sunday lor New Orleans, enroute to his home at Los Angeles. He wa called hire by the death of his brother. Woodrow Wehrle.—Mr. and Mrs FOR SAI K BALED ALFALFA HAY lire« n end I* tty Ta per Dutton 12- 29 <13t|) FOR SALE white male Phone 8604. TWO YEAR OLD log. Ciiolera immune. 12 -30 d4lc Hulme Relatives Hold Gathering < L. I • 2.30. Mi Paul McCoid will review FOR HALF EWO QUARTERS OF beef; block wood Howard French. 12—31 d2'p FOR SALE THIRTY HEAD OFI Frederick Hazlitt Brennan's play "T fall pig . W ugh! on {minds. Victor Wookev.” Visitors are welcome. Bu Calhoun, 4 * miles outheast of Mt., ness meeting. Pita ar    12    31    d2tpj    Tuesday,    January    6 p., • Side Mothers club luncheon The Association of Universalist Women will meet with Miss Charlotte Davis at 2:30 Red Cross sewing and New Year’s party. Friday, January 2 The Child' Conferva!ion League will meet with Mrs. C. H. Dyali at 2:30. Mrs, Stanley B. Niles is assistant hostess.    |    with    Mrs.    Berrie s parents, Mr. and Friday, January    2    I    Mrs.    Phil    Shrader.—Mr. and Mrs. Hie P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet    chm Easminger,    Mr.    and    Mrs Leon- wi'h Mrs Lelst and Mrs. McLeran at    l ard Vanderlin    and    daughter, and 7:30. “Historic    Mackinac    Island*'    is} Mir.    and    Mrs. Kenneth Molt cl the subject. Mrs    C M Weir    and    Mis    ; Milton called Sunday at the homes Florence Budde on the program. > of Mrs Christine Lane. F. D. Swailer Monday, January 5 A. will meet at the library Trenton—The annual Hulme family gathering was held at the home of Sam Hulme. A bounteous dinner was enjoyed by all pre.em as follows; Howard Ho.'me Mrs. Olive Boller and son, George, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hulme and Beulah, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hulme and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ross, and Anna Mae, of Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Moore and family of Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Dill Hulme and baby Joan and Mr. and Mrs, Sam Hulme. Mary, Ruth and Richard. In diana. Mr. arid Mrs. Alvah Clark Ruth Clark, Mrs. Guy Clark, ol Hillsboro, drove to Peoria, Iii., Sunday to visit with Guy Clark. Mrs. Morris Holmes accompanied them and visited with her son who lives there. The annual business meeting of the Hillsboro Baptist church will be held Earl Berne and children of Daven- the afternoon a gift exchange was en-port and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Craig l°yf‘d by all present. Mr. and Mrs. nd son were over Sunday guests here Floyd Dale and daughters of Des Moines and James Hulme who is in Camp Claiborne could not be there. Mrs. Vera Williams gave a dinner on Christmas day for the relatives on the Williams side of the family. — Mr. anc* Mrs. Jim Miller had the Hite family for Christmas dinner. — The Christmas program was given to a nice crowd Tuesday evening, even if the weather was rainy. Every child was treated to a sack of candy and an coming home,    g. F. Wilmeth. Mr. and Mis. Bill Bryson and Mr.    Nays: None, and Mrs. Don Tyrrel of Des Moines    The Chairman declared the motion were Christinas day guests of Mr. and adopted. Mrs. p F Bryson Mr. and Mrs. Dalej Others submitting bids were: Weir A”. Glass and Mrs. Carrie Simrrons spent Russell Lumber Co., Mt. Pleasant, Christmas dny with Mr. and Mrs. J. P.1 Iowa; Mt. Pleasant Lumber Co., Mt. Mailandt at Burling'on .—Mr. find Mrs. | Pleasant, Iowa; Nebraska Bridge Sup-Blairw Gorham of Bloomington. 111., ‘ ply & Lumber Co., Omaha, Nebraska; at the church Wednesday evening at were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Farmers Lumber Co.. Sac City, Iowa; 7:30 o'clock. There will be rep irts Ralph Gorham —Mi’, and Mrs. Charles j Frudden Bridge Lumber & Supply Co., from the various departments of the i Berkshire and family of Burlington . Greene. Iowa; Wheeler Lumber Bridge church and the annual election of ofli- J were Monday guests at the Ted An At Supply Co., Des Moines, Iowa. derson home.    !    The Board directed    the County Auditor to send maps    to the    township Mi. and Mrs.    Harold    S.    Mooi    of.    trustees with instructions to    take up Sycamore, 111.,    spent    Rom    Thursday j    gR<| decide at their    meeting    on Fcb- ;ers for the coming year. Winfield Winfield.—Mr. and Mi s. until Saturday here with Mrs. Moor’s C. ruray 2. 1942. which roads in their opin ed Edd Be a be i — Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Caldwell and Kenneth were limier guests Sunday at the home of VV.; parents. Ml- and Mrs' Gm 8chmWt-1 ion should bo next improved in their Haight and sons went to Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmidt also were.township to forward such selection to Grove, Iii - Sunday to attend the wed-; Christmas dinner guests at the the    Audltor not uter ^ ding of their son and brother, Virgil Schmidt home. Mrs. George Schmidt I uar>. 2    1942 and to .select a dele- Haight, and Miss Zaida Ken ten. I returned to Sycamore with Mr. and j jate10 meet “w)th the Board at a ,atfr which took piac- at 2 o’clock thai aft- Mrs. Moor to visit a few days.—Mi*.; datc t0 ^ determine by the Board emboli at the Methodist church in and Mrs. Walter Horde and Virginia    -  __on. Virginia    gucb    selection    of    roads    to    include    ap- PrankUn Grove. A    reception    was held    were    Christmas guests at the Henry j proXimately    five    miles    and    also    indi after the wedding a’ the home of Mr.    Lechner home    at Brighton.—Mr. and and Mrs. Charles    Kersten.    Mr.    and    Mrs.    Brooks E.    Mellecker and sons and Mrs. Haight will live in Minneapolis. (Mrs. Dora Greenlee left Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hall and Linda - spend New Years with Mrs. Greenlee's cate other roads which in their opinion should be improved thereafter. The name and address of the representative (on the board of approval to be forward- spent Sunday with Mrs Hall’s grand- son and Mrs. Mellecker's brother. Don- > ecj with the m on pebruary 2, 1942, to mother, Mrs. RozoUa Shullaw at Bur- ald Greenlee and family at Hot'-. -    ... lington. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carlson Springs, Ark. They will be gone a FOR SAFE PEACOCK per ton, full load lots; early li'-w, all tires, pearls Fruit Farm COAL. $5 00 second hand I sizes. Lineh 12—30 d2tp 12:30 at Mrs. Cion Taft's. Meal I drink furnished. Exchange of I i recipes. Mrs. Caldwell’s mother, Mrs. Jane r .    1    orange Mrs Emma Ernst .-pent Sat Mr ,„H Mr. A b,,, Whit, „ „! urday evening in MI Pleasant and took -1 Mt Union accompanied them lo week.-Mias Helen Johnson of Chicago *''    .'■J    3*    - nj    ,1..    I    j     I    QnrlinatAn    vicitArl cif    Qnhor’ fattily of Mt. Union visited here St<n-|suPP«r wlth her club rr,embers; day at the parental Freeman Messer 4,1‘d j nome. Miss Patricia O Hair, who has and Mr. ann Mrs. Vet FC 1 LE Deluxe Phime 254 R 37 PLYMOUTH COUPE el, radio, heater. A-l <d tin,-,. Ival Heaton.-f d.    12    -30 d3 I ’ WEATHER FORECAST been visiting in the Whit* home for,family and Mr. anc Mrs. Max Hulme and family attended the annual Hulme family Christmas dinner which was held at the Sam H time home, — One FOR SALE TWO STREET CARS, located a Oakland Mills Can be u*ed for rummer cot ages. Write or call rid N* Smith. New London. la. 12—31 d2tc For Iowa: intermittent moderately c Mostly cloudy, wit light snow tonight Ide* in west and ca. portions with temperatures rang ing from zero to ten degrees abo vs zero, colder in west portion to J .several days, returned home with I them—Mr. and Mrs. A E. Anderson have returned from a two weeks visit with relatives .south OI Waylwd.-The Inice    “'iw    makes :ne Sunshine    Sus- I Orville Dold and George Mosser homes |an fee!    haPP>'    £he can    collect    a    nickel I have ben wired for electricity on the 1 REA lines.—Mrs. Mary Burgess who has been visiting relatives here the WANTED hipper >OUt h« fore I IO; ort hem vest zen for tne W S. C. 8. — We can soon turn over a new leaf and find out what the new year has in store for us. May it always be bright and sunshiny for ail of us. — Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gates had Christmas dinner with his sister, Mrs. Tom Sammons and family. W FED Pill WAITRESS AND 'TWO 12—31 d2tc WANTED GIRL FOH WORK IN grocery tore Write “clerk** care of News    12—30    d2lc. NOTH E Regular meeting of P<<m . Veterans of Foreign Wars wil at the court house ai 8 p. rn.. January 6. lo. 2561 be held Tuesday CHRISTMAS TREE TRADE INCREASES WAN TEI > TWO MEN ROOMERS board if desired, or man and wife to room board Phone 144 Green 12—30 d2tp ail da; FOR RENT FOR RENT — FURNISHED APART-metlt. 5o9 West Monroe. 12 31 d3tc NOTICE The post office ’Ail! be cli Ion New Years and there will be neither I c ity nor rural delivery Box patrons •will bt; served as usual and sirecial deliveries will be delivered Mails will be dispatched on regular schedule. J. N HHeman. P M. FOR rf:NI Plank Rt (J ARAGE 310 . 12- MAIN ENTERTAINS MEMBERS SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS FOR RP NT Call f-v.oiii I) WMS 23 u3tc -1 Mr- Richard Van Tuyl entertained ROOMS (at a Christmas party Monday after-St DO Son*h Locum St j n0on for the members of her Sunday from pneumonia 12 “30 d3tp I school class, the beginners class of past several weeks, has returned to her home at Hartsville, Ind.—Master Edward Lanferman III has returned from a visit with his grandparents,! Mr. and Mrs. John Gorger, west of J town. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lane of ML I Pleasant, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Lane and j son of Brighton, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin I Williams of Houghton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ensming* r, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richie and two sons, Ronnie and Tommie Kay, of New London, Mr. and j Mrs. Virgil Lane and daughter of Fair- j field, Mr, and Mrs Ralph Lane and j children of north of town Mrs. Anne Mosier and Hugh Clinger were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mrs. Christine Lane Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zihlman of Lockridge called on relatives here Sunday ( morning. — Mr. arx! Mrs. Howard j Ewanes and Sally, Mr. ani Mis Orville,cutting of the trees begins not long j Dold ana children motored to Burling-j a't€r I ton Sunday where they visited their Lster, Mrs. Paul Wehrle, who is the County Auditor. The Board appointed Mark Murray, Mrs. V. D. Morris and Roland Hobbs as members of the Social Welfare Board for the year 1942. The following claim.- were allowed ^jr I Burlington and visited at the Robert    who has been visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Lester Ross and Anna Mae    Oalas home.    and Mrs. Will Johnson and family Moore and Mr. and ^rs- Charles Hess and left from Burlington Sunday to return daugh er, Billie, of Houston, Texas, to her    work in Chicago. She is taking arrived, last Tuesday evening to spend ( nurses    training at a Chicago hospital and ordered paid: the Christmas holidays at the Ralph J Mrs.    Walter Heyde received word of j    County    (hind Bess, Lloyd Linden and Guy Allen    the birth of a nine pound and four    Boyd. Ross, guard at airport .    .$    7.50 home;. Sunday evening the families    ounce daughter Dec. 19, to her broth-I Brown, J. P.. supplies, Treas.    11.50 had a cooperative supper at the Gene    j er-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.    Corr, Sam. bounty ............ 3.60 Gorham home at Washington. Mr.; Norber: Kurtz of Brighton.—Mr. and    Davison, Homer O. bounty ..    2.00 ana Mrs. He:: and daughter will leave    Mrs. Dal Fleagle and Richard spent    Duro Test Corp., supplies early wednesday morning ;o return Ur Christmas at the W. G. Wilkens home j Ct. House.................... 16.51 their home in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Chark at- Davenport. Mrs. Jennie Burge Hummed, Wilbur, bounty ...... 1.80 Brevier and . spent Christmas at the Gerald Burge iowa School for Blind, trans. & Miss Vey Wright spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Meta* r at Mt. Pleasant. home at Morning Sun.    j    clothing      24.68 Mr. and Mrs.    Frank Conner and    Jerrel. Walter, guard    at airport    7.50 sons of M’. Pleasant were Sunday    Kuhlenbeck, L. S.,    guard    at Mr.    and    Mrs.    Marion    McVey    arid    dinner guests of    Mr. and Mis. John    ( airport....................... 15.00 Lester    ana    Mr.    and    Mrs.    Fred    Broeker jOhrisinger.—Mrs.    Ceila Sating and    Lesxenger, James C.,    bounty    ..    2.60 The Canadian Christmas tree trade has shewn a remarkable growth during the past twenty years. Exports of Christmas trees to the United States have increased from around 300.000 in j 1918 to approximately 6.000.000 in the 1939 and 1940 seasons, and now bring the Canadian growers more than a half million dollars ann lally. Large ship-metals are made from Quebec. Ontario, British Columbia and the Maritime Provinces In the Maritime Provinces. American buyers appear earl-, in October, and FOR. RENT SMALL 310 North Main e re ens APARTMENT. Frank Rob-! 12—31 c!3t FOR RENT Ti ACRES OF CORN stalks wa er in held, Some coin for sale. Inquire 807 Broadway. 12—31 dltp MISCELLANEOUS CAU, 307 FOR HOLIDAY POULTRY. Ch Ii Feed.    11—12    dtfc Prairie Gem church, and their inotn-lers. They enjoyed games and a candy hunt. Refreshments in keep.ng with I the season were served. Thee attending were Mrs Victor Johnson and Ivan, Mrs. Andrew Canby arid Roger. Mr. . John Brown and Ronald Mrs. Floyd Foster and Jackie. Mrs. Harold Ingle* bright and Robert, Mrs. Harold Anderson and Fred. Mrs. Robert Young and A large part of the trees are Tupped by rail, and to conserve space 1111 they are tightly wired in bundles averaging 5 trees per bundle. Mt. Union Mr. and Mrs. Henry Collins and son of Whitewater. WLs., came the first of the week to visit his mothei, Mrs. Jessie Collins, — Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gibb." entertained their children and their families at a Christmas dinner. All were present. — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richard, and Mrs. Merle Carls. Two Meyer held the family Christmas din- merabers of the class. Ruth Ann Zicke-foose arui Eddie Felgar, could not be present. WE RECOMMEND IT.—WE RECOM mend Min tai Meat Meal as the -hor:-cur to hog-taxiing befits (WESLEYAN SERVICE Fe<1 with coin and watch em grow i GUILD MEETS Farmer;-, Union Phone 103. Shipping Assn.! 12 31 dlt< Bernice Huffman wa- hostess to the Wesleyan Service Guild at her home TWO MEN WANTED AT ONCE- .Tuesday evening. Manager of large, well known feed company must appoint two men for good paying work in the localities where this newspaper is circulated. Render service and do sales work. Farm exp* lienee or any kind of sales experience helplul. Must have car. Pleasant, permanent work. Send only name and address Personal interview arranged. Write “MM" care News,    12—31 dltp LOST LOST SOI TH FA ST OF TRENTON, Blue Tick hound. Answers to name “Queen." Be ward, 302 East Green street.    12—30 d2tp LOST SPOTTED SHOAT, ABOUT 125 pounds, between ML Pleasant and Rome on 34. Andy Hoover. Phone 7807.    12—30    d2tp LOST — WHITE WIRE-HAIRED puppy, black and brown markings. Answers to the name “Booster”. Reward. Return to 309 North Popuar street.    12—13    dtfc SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday, Jan. I Wesley W. S. C. S. will meet at the Alice Hunt, the president, conducted the business meeting, during which a letter of thanks was read from the Superintendent of the Ethel Harpst Home at Cedartown, Georgia, thanking the group for the Christmas donation to the home. Leis Delk, program chairman, reported that the program and course of study for the year has been arranged and will appear in the printed year books issued by the W. S. C S. It was announced that the Guild officers are to be installed at- lire regular church service, Sunday, January 4 th. Excerpts on religious topics were read by Miss Hunt, Edith Michener reported an article on “Religious Prejudice.’’ Mrs. Galer presented the group with a box of delicious candy. Tt the close cf the evening refreshments were served by the hostess. Ethel Hunt of New London and June Hallowell of Troy were guests. ner at their home. — Mr. and Mrs. John Hookom were home for the Christmas holidays. — Supt, and Mrs. VV. W. Murren and daughter spent the HILLSBORO Mr. and Mi's. Ray Metzger and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Weber of Donnellson, and Mr. and Mrs. Freemen t Thornton and son of Ft. Mad: son. were guests on Christmas Eve at the home of Mr. and Mi's. Nee! Thornton anti William Thornton in Hillsboro. Major and Mrs. dell Buchanan. Bobby and Carl, of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Thornton and son of Ft Madison, Mrs. Leonard Sullivan, Darlene and Billy, of Salem. Teddy spent from Wednesday until Sunday visiting the Lloyd McVey family at Mary Jo were Christmas day guests at Lyons, Walter, bounty ........ 2.00 the H. O. Herron home at Wyman.j Miller, Herman, guard at airport 16.50 Eagle Grove. la., and he Raymond    I Richard Herron came home with them    Mills, L. C., bounty ............ 1.60 McVey family at Beloit, Wis.    land visited until Sunday.—Mr. and    Modern Laundry, cleaning moils    1.50 Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Shaman    Mrs. Paul Reinhart of New’ London,    Mt. Pleasant Telephone    Co., and Bobby Oil of Burlington were    Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Johnson and j rental and tolls ............. 68.47 Thursday night and Friday guests at Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wolme New London Twp. Trustees, E. J. Olson .... Perry Despain .. A. L. Earnest .. H. S. Brown ... 4.00 4.00 4.00 41.00 the Fred Brownfield home. Ross Van and family. Mr. and Mrs. Amil John-Vranken accompanied the Shelman son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold family to Burlington and left from j Johnson and Patricia and Nellie Wold ere to return to his work at Salt line were Christmas Eve dinner guests Lake City, Utah.    tat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Parshall. Earl, bounty.......... 2.00 Keith Buffington of Fort Snelling. Johnson and Richard.— Mrs. John Pratt Paper Co., supplies—Ct. Minn., is here spending a seven day • Thornton, Nora and Claude and Bert J House ....................... 1.78 furlough with his parents, Mr. and j and Melvin Shamblin of Hillsboro and Smith, S. A., repairs—Ct. House Mrs. Dick Buffington, and other rela- j Mr. and Mrs. Leo Burlage and Judith Stauffer, Ervin, bounty ........ lives.—Mrs. Myrtle Pittard of Hl.nois, of Davenport were Sunday guests at Thomas, Paul, bounty ......... Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Clark and Sylvia I the Lawrence Weller home.    Tripp Type. & Add. Machine Co., of Burlington and Mr and Mrs. Henry    Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and fam- I    repairs    —    Recorder .......... Menefee were Gillis trims dinner guests    ily of Mi. Pleasant and Mrs. Warren Unternahrer. Noah, bounty ____ of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Burris.    (Moore and Robert of Davenport were J    Court    Fund Miss Thelma Carden of Eldon ;y ut j Friday evening guests at the Walter ( Edwards, Nancy L.. Ct. reporter 37.89 the holidays hire with her paients. Eyre home.—Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tan- Moore, James L.. Ct. bailiff ....    51.00 Mr. and Mi.s. William Carden. In    ner and- Mr. and Mrs. William Hag ie j    Institute    Fund keeping with a custom of many years and .>on of Denver. Colo., came to Wenstrom. Mary Belle, demon- 2.25 1.80 2.40 9.54 2.20 Bangs Disease Fund .standing. James and Cora Smiley    and    spend Christmas with Mr.    and    Mrs.    st rat ion the Rev and Mrs. Marion W. La    mon    Oeorge Lee. They plan to    return to and Darwin were Christmas nay guests Denver the last of thus week.—Mr. and Hewitt. Robert P., indemnity . at the Carden home. Mr. <uui Mrs. Mrs. Harold Russell of Des Moines Walz, Carroll VV., indemnity... M. C. Barton were unable to be there came Wednesday evening to spend Wright. Geo. G indemnity .. Christmas with his parents, Mr. and j    Maintenance    Fund Mrs. J. Russell. The family had a Baltimore Twrp. Christmas guests, the following:    Mr. ( turkey dinner Christmas    day.    Mr. J    Homer Raines ........38.25 and Mrs. C. E. Tanner and Mr.    and    and Mrs. Russell returned    to    Des    Orval Waddle ........57.65 Mrs. William Hagie and SWI of Den- 1 Moines Friday. Mr. J. Russell will Bogue. Jesse, et a1 because of illness. Mr. and Mrs. George Lee had as 25.00 43.55 96.93 25.00 95 90 holidays with his parents at New’1 Sullivan of Baltimore. Maryland, Mrs. Market. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jones were called Sue Beeson of Farmington, William Thornton .ai Mr. and Mis. Neel to Omaha, Nebi . Monday by the seri- i Thornton and daughters of Hillsboro ous illness of her sister, Mrs. C. W. Kraft. — Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Johnson were hostesses to their brothers anet sisters and family at Christmas dinner. —The Mt. Union basketball game next Friday evening. Jan. 2. will be with Olds here. Next Tuesday evening. Jan. 6th, ML Union at Hillsboro and Jan. 9th Mt. Union ai Wyman. Lockridge Lockridge—Mr. and Mrs. Austin Sasseen. Marilyn and Robert, were dinner guests of relatives at Brighton Christmas. — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest j Sharpe of New London; Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sharpe of Lockridge; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Shanks and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Bercham. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Graff and son of Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schadt and daughter of Rock Island. 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Graff of Mr. Pleasant, were guests Christmas at ’he home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graff. were dinner guests at :he home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thornton near Hillsboro Christmas day. Mrs. Nora Dodds is spending a few days in Des Moines at the home of her son, Earl, and family. They came for her Wednesday evening. On* Earley left Wednesday to spend until Sunday at Ute home of his son in Fairfield. Miss Betty Bock, Hillsboro teacher, is spending her Christmas vacation at the home of her parents in Montana. Miss Marianne Boyd wlio is attending iowa Wesleyan college in Mt. Pleasant, is spending a two weeks’ vacation at the home of her parents. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Boyd. Paul Boyd of Monmouth, ill., spent Christmas day at their home also. Hillsboro.—Ermine De Simone left Saturday evening to return to Fort Knox, Mo., wa ere he Is taking military training. Mr. and Mrs. John Carter left Sat- Jesse Bogue ..........63    OO Wm. Thomas .........36.40 Tom Kennedy ........33.25 ver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Robt, Hagan- tak*1 Joan and Junior to Des Moines man and family of Swedesburg, Mr. Sunday. and Mrs. Howard Lee and family and I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shive of    Eldon    Tom Kennedy ........33.25    132.65 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zickefoose and ' and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peterson and    Central Culvert Co., metal bands    4.59 family of Olds; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee    Muriel were Christmas Eve cimier    Conrad. Hugh, hauling gravel..    17.10 of Columbus Junction. Mr. and Mrs.    guests of Mrs. Alma Peterson. Mrs.    Hall. Chas. labor............... 50.40 Charles Beaman of Washington. Mr    Peterson accompanied Mr. and Mrs.    McClintlc Motor Co., repairs ..    11.97 and Mrs. Herbert Lee and family, and    Shive to Eldon Wednesday evening    McMullen, dias., watchman ____12.00 Mr. and Mrs. Keith Baker and Wesley * and visited there until Sunday. Mr.' Peoples State Bank. et a1 Zickefoose.    land Mrs. Shive    and Mrs. Peterson I damages ....................1000.00 Donald Marshall    of Burlington was | were Christmas    dinner guests of    Mi’. Pero. Geo. G .    wiring    .....   27.97 a Christmas dinner guest at the h< me ( and Mrs. Fred Shive.    Pero. Neis, stove................ 2.00 of his parents. Mr.    ami Mrs.    J.    Mar-    - [Standard Oil    Co., supplies ____69.38 >hall. Mrs. Donald    Marshall    is    visit- PROCEEDINGS    OF THE BOARD    OF . Universal Motor Co.,    supplies.. 4.29 ing her mother in Georgia.    I    SUPERVISORS    I    White, Ralph, fuel ............. 16.89 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hoots of Mt    Dec. 23. 1941.1    Poor Fund Pleasant, Mr. and Mrs. John Cockayne j The Board of Supervisors met pur- j Ebert. J. H. & Sons, supplies— of Davenport, Mr. and Mr". Harold suant to adjournment at 9:00 a.    rn. All    “ Hoots and family. Fred Horns and members were present. Minutes    of the    Finger. Charles Hon Us were Christmas day previous meeting read and approved. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Honts for turkey dinner. I Moved by M. R. Barquest and sec-; Hodson, fonded by Mark Murray that the con- Co. Home .....14.79Finger. Pearl. Painting—Co. Home ........34 80Hodson, Chas.. repairs—Co.Home .........8.62Louthan, James. Watchman—Co. Home......5.00White, John. Testing—Co, Home 19.50Mr. and Mrs. Allen Marshall re- j tract to furnish bridge lumber be turned Sunday from a southern trip awarded to the Central States Bridge They left here December 21 and went (Supply Co., Fort Madison. Iowa, low to Rolla, Mo., where they were dinner bidder in the amount of $53.75 per j On motion the Board adjourned to guests of Lieut, and Mrs. Harry B thousand, and that the Chairman be meet December 31. 1941, at 9:00 a. rn. Smith. From there they went to New and is hereby authorized to sign the I    G.    F‘.    WILMETH, Orleans, La., back through Kentucky J contract.    I    Chairman where they visited Mammoth Cave, urday to return to their home in In- and to visit friends in Indiana before Vote on motion:    .Attest: JOHN W. METCALF, Ayes: Mark Murray. M. R. Barquist, |    County    Auditor. LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY NEW LOCATION Now in our building on N. Main Street, known as the R. Brown Bldg. MT. PLEASANT CLEANERS Phone 565 <Q* VAA M4 — IVU5T CAMT HEl.P LAFFIN'WEN * FOLKS W/SM ME A MAPP/ MEU/ yEAG~ NO30VY 5EEM5 TO KNOW YOU DON'T NAVE XjTOWIBHro BE HAPPY — j —'CAUSE EVERY YEAP HAS 3ES HAPPY \ DAYS IN ITAN‘ THATS TUSTLIKE HANIN' . 3<o5 TOKE BOOKS FILLED WITH TOKES J AM' COMICAL PICTURES F YOU DONT J LAFF AT THE TOKESJ U Ikl I-*.—^

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