Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - July 9, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMPS
$ugar 13 - Through Auf. 15. Gasoline No. 6 Expires July 21
Fuel Oil 5.....Until Sept. 30
Coffee 21 - Valid through July 21.
THE MT PLEASANT NEWS
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N. P. Q blue stamps expire Auf. 7 P. Q red stamps expire Jtilv 31' Shoe Stamp 18 expires Ort. 31VOL. LXXI. No. 159 FRIDAY, .ILLY 9, 1913 MT. PLEASANT, IOWA
They’ll Do It Every TimeLarge Number Of Men In I July CallMISS PAULINE CARROLL AND CPL. ROBERT SHEPP MARRIED THURSDAYSoviets Use Tank Force to Aid DefenseBy Paul Mallon
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(Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc., Reproduction In Full or In Part Strictly Prohibited.)Many Married Men In Group Leaving This Morning
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With County Men July 30? - That's Date for War Bond Show And Women In By College Air Corps DetachmentThp Service
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AUTO STAMP DRIVE STARTED IN S E. IOWA
THERE MI <1 BE MORE to this DeGaule-Giraud situation than can be explained Obvi usly, the DeOaul-list lib* rd is do not wish to lace the Ia< ts — or have thorn printed. Their DeGaulie agnations continue, heed-less oi realities that they go out of their way to ignore For what purpose? An American one?
The RoOhcvelt-ChurchiU policy of letting DeGaulie seek his own level while- coo pc i sling with G;raud, no doubt will continue.
Mr and Mr James Helphrey of Mt Union recently received a letter from th*or son He. Robert Helphrey, who has been in New Guinea for several months He states that he is well, and notes the hot weather in New Guinea. The nights however, he says, are cool.
New address: FU st Et. Maurice VV.
Van Allen, O’Reilly General Hospital U. S. Army, Springfield. Mo.
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MR ROOSEVELT said declining severity ol the Na/i sub warfare soon may allow abandonment of rationing on sugar and coffee, but he Mid nothing about gasoline, which is far more Important to most people, and the first product to fall as a fatality of submarine attack.
William G. Jaques, S. 1-c. of Camp Peary, Williamsburg, Va., and friend, Miss Geraldine Eldridge, of Eau Claire, Wis., arrived in Mt, Pleasant Thursday afternoon for a short visit with Dr. and Mrs. H. E Jaque.s.
From John BurnsFORMER RESIDENT OF COUNTY TAKEN BY DEATH