Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - June 16, 1943, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
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THEMT. PLEASANT, IOWA
They’ll Do It Every Time
FOOD CRISIS MORE SERIOUS
WHAT’S RAT ION INKS } GOT TD DO WITH IT?
I WAS AT HER HOUSE ONCE SHE SERVED SALTED PEANUTS N . AND ICE WATER." J
By Paul Mallon
SOMETHING'S ALWAN'S } STOPPING HER FROM 1 THROWING A PARTY, 0<JT . I NOTICE HER HANDS £ ARE NEVER TIED AT J \ SOMEONE ELSE'S S A DINNER-TABLE *
r VOO KNOW, I HAD , V~ PLANNED TO GIVE A' \ BIG PARTy AND REPAY I OUR MANY SOCIAL OB- J LIGATIONS. I HAD AN N ORCHESTRA HIRED AND EVERYTHING ALL SET) BUT WITH THIS RATIONING, MV ‘ HANDS ARE SIMPLY TIED.
- simply Tied - ^
New York City Council Acts Speedily
A ORCHESTRAL MY FOOT! SHE ' WOULDN’T PUT A NICKEL IN A JUKE BOX. TO HEAR k HITLER CHOKE’
REPA/ HER OBLIGATIONS-HUMPH! ITO TAKE HER TEN YEARS TO EVEN START SQUARING HERSELF IN THIS WEI6H-*\ BOR HOOD »
The ersatz hostess
WHO GIVES OUT WITH PLENTY OF EXCUSES, BUT NO INVITATIONS'
2 "TH ANX. TD
MRS ROY A HANSON, miles city Mont.
Killed In Crash Brown Backs F. R.’s Uphold* Appointment Angry Mobs Hunt OI Army Bombers Vi,bt For Subsidies 01 " Negro In Texas
_ j , After hearing several witnesses,
imogordo. New Mexico. <INS> - , , T7 ... .. ,, Judge Paul McCoid directed that Hal
tom officers and men cf the Ala- ha> s Without Subsidies Roll- ry Thom.son be executor of the will >rdo army air barse were killed ear- Hack Would Hit Farmers , of Lizzie Thom:ion as set forth in Nterday in the crash of two army _ j *n court here Tuesday. The
yr^ it via:' announced today by Washington D C (INSt—OPA Ad- i( --jectGrs, Perry and Harvey Thorn- Beaumont, Texas tINS) — Three fields public relations office 1 m titrator Prentiss M. Brown today . on- were ^"ired to pay the costs Of angry mobs .seeking vengeance for the
ie filer oarachuted safely to earth. carried President Roosevelt's fight for the hearing. assault of a white w man by a negro,
nlanes were on a routine flight. I mmtmi fmn rvrir*e«. tn a.! —--- formed early today in Beaumont as a
wide-spread search for the negro was intensified.
Tire woman, a young housewife, was assaulted yesterday just after she put her children to bed for their afternoon naps. She told police she had fed and given work to the negro after he appeared at her home.
One negro was seized bv a mcb but cool heads saved him from violence Shipyard workers were reported to have left their jobs to join the mobs.
Will Issue Drivers’ Licenses In Towns of the County
Accused of Assault of a White Woman
Body Traveled Long Distance
Seldom has a body traveled so far in such a short time persons familiar with river drowning tiagcdies say. Prom the scene of the drowning to the Detrick place is 13 miles, but the actual distance in the winding streams is estimated at 25 miles.
Only a half mile of the distance was in Big Cedar. In Skunk river, the body traveled over the dam at Oakland Mills, passed under several bridges where it might have been sighted and may have passed near numerous fishermen along the river.
Officers Elected By Legion Auxiliary
Mrs. Alice Crowd was elected pres!- | dent of the American Legion Auxiliary ] of the MI. Pleasant unit at the regular meeting at the Legion Home Tues- i day afternoon. Other officers elected were:
1st Vice President—Nina Ward.
2nd Vice^ Pre. idem Nell Dusenberry Secretary—Mary O’Connor Treasurer—Ethel Chambers Cor. Sec'y—Nellie Gillis Chaplain—Bessie McLeran Historian Lottie Jeffrey Sgt. at Arms—Marie McCoy and Candace Jericho.
Executive Board Members — Myrtle Schreiner, Anna Miltenberger and Ruth Wright.
Intiation scheduled for this meeting
was postponed until the next month as some of the initiates were unable to ae present.
Mrs. Sylvia Burke, gold star mother I of World War II. was presented a gold star pin. The pin was purchased and presented by Mrs Bessie MeClaran, a life long friend of Mrs. Burke’s.
Various committee reports were given among which was the Poppy day report, given by Ethel Chambers, chairman of the committee in charge.
I The net amount received on this day I was $355.52.
[ The members voted to sponsor a , night at the Schaffner show. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schaffner, operators of the I show, being members of the local Le-5 gicn and Auxiliary.
I Mrs. Mary McCabe read an article on “Flag Day’’ from the National Legionnaire. Miss Betty O’Connor read «n arti Ie entitled, “Making the Flag.” The next regular meeting will be J installation and initiation with a eov-ted dish dinner at noon. The past presidents of the organization will fur-aish the meat at that time. It is hop-;d a large number of the membership will be present.
TALK ON HOBBY; ALSO ON TAX AT ROTARY
Delegates Named To Conferences
50 Million Bushels of Wheat on Sale
PORCH SWING FALLS;
WOMAN IS INJURED
Cuts in OWI And OPA Appropriations