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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - February 18, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMPS
Fuel Oil 3 - - - Until Feb. 20
Ruch stamp, ll gallons) FuH Oil I * - - Until Apr. 12
Each stamp, ll gallons
VALID RATION STAMPS
Sugar ll - Feb. I-Mar. 15
(Each stamp, Three pounds) Coffee (I lb.) - Feb. 8-Mar. 21 Gasoline No. 4-Jan. 21-Mar.21
Home Game Of the Season
They’ll Do It Every Time
Nazis Advance Seventy Miles; Near Algeria
More Officers of Unit Arrive
By Paul Malign
A FEW MONTHS AGO ~ VOO HAD TO SHOW MRS. M*GRUMP EVERY CUT OF STEAK IN THE HOUSE BEFORE SHED MAKE IJO HER MIND . __
' vt MAV RE THIS ONE. MRS MVORUMP^a PRIME CUT
(Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc., Reproduction In Full or in Part Strictly Prohibited.)
To Play St. Ambrose Friday Evening
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Garden Bulletins Arrive Canned Fish.
Canned Meat, Sales Stopped
Hershey Says Men - Can Stay on Farms
A supplv of the Victory garden bulletins vias received at the Farm Bureau office today. The bulletins are available for leader, or any one else interested in them.
Can Get Army of ll Million Without Them
Washington. D C. <INS»—MaJ Gen Lewis Hershey, director of selective service, tcday told congress that tile projected armed force of ll million men can be maintained without disturbing 1,500.000 men physics Uy fit men now on farms Testifying before a senate agricultural committee. Gen. Hershey, sit id that on Jan 31. this y**ar. there wer?’ a total of 364.002 men deferred by Selective service and left on th* farms of the United States.
“Of this number, Iv* stated. 256326 were single men in cia ss it ica non 2C and 107,176 were married men in class
( otter Wins
FIRE DAMAGE AT
NEWTON IS $75,000
SENDING GREETINGS TO REV. AND MRS. WILSON
Strawberries From Florida
His ability to get things done and his assistance to Iowa Wesleyan were not the only things Albert I. Lodwick brought with him by plane from Florida when he came to Mt, Pleasant this week. Those attending tho banquet at Hershey Hall Wednesday evening were told that the strawberries on the ice cream were also brought from Florida by Mr. Lodwick.
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