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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - July 22, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMPS
Vugar 13 - Through Aug. 15. Gaaoline No. 6 Expires July 21
Fuel OH 5.....Until Sept. 30
Coffee 21 - Valid through July 21.
THE MT PLEASANT NEWS
VALID RATION STAMPS
N, P, Q blue stamps expire Aug. 7 P, Q. R, S red stamps expire July 31 Shoe Stamp 18 expires Oet. 31
VOL. LXXI, No. 170 THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1943 MT. PLEASANT, IOWA
The World In
ReviewArmy OverrunsGood Oats Yields Reported In CountyThey’ll Do It Every Time$2,912 In Bond, Stamn SalesAdvances To Near Palermo In Sicilv
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f I’LL TAKE A ^ HALF-DOZEN OF THESE ORANGES" THlSONE~AND ' s HERE’S A NICE I ONEwAND"*/ \No Spectacular Figures For C rop This Year, HoweverTickets For “The Air evue” Given With Purchases
f BUT IT TAKES y HER A MINUTE S TO HAVE IT ALL j IN PIECES THE LEMONS 60 NEXT i BCYS'AUTZCOP,
THE RES ART \ APPRECIATION FOR YOU DOM TOOK ALL MORNING TO BUILD « .THAT MASTERPIECEAttacks In Moonlight Crush Enemy
Gf od oat.s vields. although not spectacular, are reported by Henry county farmers who have combined their crop Some farmers estimate the yields at from 50 to 60 bushels while others are getting only 30 to 40 bushels to the acre. Most of the yields on acreages wh< ie combines are used are estimated because few farmers have the facilities or take the time to weigh the losds or to measure them.
Oats generally are cf good quality and will help with the farm feed situation.
No reports have been received from any of the remaining threshing crews in the county Few, if any, cf these have started threshing as yet.
“The one woman demolition SCUAD-ORFUN IN THE SUPERMARKET THEY’LL DO IT F.vERVWith County Men And Women In The Service
Local Girls Start Detasseling CornOLD AGE ASSISTANCE Great Interest checks average $23.65; jn p0pe’s Appeal
Pfr. Albert Van Beveren of the Air
Corps, who has been home on a fifteen day furlough visiting his wife and other relatives, left this week for Elgin Field, Fla,, where he is s ationed. Mrs. Van Btveren was formerly Darlene Jones.ises Question of Possible Truce To Spare Some Objectives
Ibbotson Pleads Uuilty Liquor Charge
All Day Assault Against Jap Positions
United Nations Headquarters in Australia <IN3>— A record all day aerial assault against Jaoanese nositims near the besieged Munda air base on New Georgia island in the Solomons and repulse of a strong Japanese counter attack by allied ground forces before Munda were disclosed todav by General Douglas MacArthur’s headquarters
Report Attempt To Machine-Gun Rome
■London, England — (INS) — British planes this morning a tempted to machine-gun the Rome airdrome, according to a broadcast communique of the I’aLan high command.
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