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VOL. LXXI, No. 117TUTUS DAY, MAY 20, 1913
MT. PLEASANT, IOWA
Flood Danger Mounts Below St.
By Paul Mallon ^
New Veterans’ Club Incorporates Here
<Distributed by King Feature* Syndicate, Inc, Reproduction in Full or ft. Bl Part Strictly Prohibited.)
WASHINGTON — SOME RADIO
commentators have bren repcrliag the J t emu! cfi Ani I t-An ■ . n bombing I western Europe a pre Iud to invasion.” causing people to run to the fr« nt door lor th'lr paper each day to see st It has started.
Tile air and press simultaneously have been tilled, natural!’ v. .th speculation suggesting
A. Sanders Is President of Group
I i< orporaticn of a new o be known as the Vet-of He*ary County were county resolder here
They’ll Do It Every Time - - -
SEMO OUT THE REPORTS TO
\ tme head office — and sma^e
UP M&TU36 OM OUR FREIGHT
A tides of ' g*n:zjtion tc elans' Club r ti (d w,th tin* to' • y.
Objects and purposes cf the club i hah be fraternal, benevolent and enough, cha ltahe and the club may engage in direct airanging and conducting of social
drive thin ugh ct Germany, through Italy < ultaneously.
It all dei.(rn;
If Hit hr ha* available in v vavion cannot t
Holland into the heart artly.tits foe "its mcmbeis and to ex-ar a thinking invasion tending to its numbers such aid as >r Norway, or both &;m- <31
on one factor - planes. a formidable air terce stern Europe, an insure awfully attempt! cl force is beaten. The plies everywhere. We r ae can get superior-an and no whir 3 else. st authentic reports suggest about 6,>00 actual fighting a still formidable number ne-third ot ih'-m (something IOO planes) arc supposed to be Russian front and will have to or the fort I; coming Mc
until tp tame tao can go wi ity in the Th* tat Hitler ha; planes a About over ; on th
remain there drives, possibly Leningrad Th* Rie.si.m, ed 1,300 planes If they did, tin air pow cir on t reports ai* always s e n!husi istle that none of our military d ‘ l ions are likely to be based rn what .Stalin gives out in ho re a spa pf r.
IHI LEKS PRODl < I ION, ar cor ding to the most trustworthy available data. is now running about 1200 to 1600 month, just about half of his plane production < 2500 a readied in the tall of 1941 fur borne months replacements, there
at lectors of this corporation shall see fit to give and promote, arrange and conduct vail'us .-octal gatherings and art:v,tits The club 1 not organized for pecuniary pi oftt.
Memberships shall vo'hog and cf
The five d.rector
are: K. A Sander^, We: nfr, secretary, treasurer, Jac.b lie ter.
consist of full or rn' mbership. and the- officers president. Frank A M Murray, and Waler Sep-1
MISS MARJORIE KNOX AND CHESTER LAUGER MARRIED IN TEXAS
Junior High PTA Installs Officers
Eighth tirade Class is Presented at Meeting
Ten Persons Dead In The Flood Zone
Swollen Tributaries Cause Anxiety Along Mississippi
claim to hav» destroy in the tact two week
planes peak < month and continuing thereafter His tore, are coni ng but not in on Md None are bfi;.; ried fuehrer aga tm ft at. The ; run into in Kin
Word has bien received of the marriage of Miss Marjorie Knox, Mt. Union, and P. F C Che»tei Lauder, of have decimated Nazi Swedeabtirg. which took place in Tern-
1 ■' front, but Russian pp. Texas. Mh\ 16 In the presence of
a few friends and relatives, the single Mrtt; retfmony was ie*:formed at 4 00 p rn in the beautiful home of Rev Gia ’y Metcalf when the bride has been residing. The couple was attend-• • by p. F C. and Mr Clvdc Raney The bude way attired in a navy blue sheer dres with white accessories, and wolf a strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom, while the bridegroom wore the uniform of his country,
A three course dinner was server! at
Will Test Accuracy ‘ Application Blanks of Claims for Oleo! For Ration Book 3
IHE RES ONE OF THESE ELEVATOR EXECUTIVES IN
THEY’LL DO IT EVERY TIME.-
TU AMX TO MISS CHAO SUM MUY,
reAukuw SQ, l I, w v
Call Lewis’ Action A Master Stroke
Dairy Groups to Name \ _
Committee j Distill lith: of thr application forms *
__ J fi r 1 a?ion bock N 3 was .started by
Move To Go Hack Into A F of L Strengthens Hand
dairy j «(
Ames. "Iowa—'INli — Iowa
gioup' protesting in the controversial
'‘margarine book” written by an Iowa I -I ik
I po tai employe today. Many or) Washington, D, Cf. 'INS* — John L residences received their Lewis’ move to lead his 540.000 United this morning while some of Mine Workers back into the American room
Stat'* O' liege econom ‘ today were J‘ne busine s hou.sr were to receive Federation of Labor was viewed today The eighth grade room won the pic-
The Junior high PTA meeting was held at the junior high building Tues-, (’.ay afternoon. Mrs S. B. Niles acted J ss pi e si erft and conducted a short business meeting. Mrs. A M. Wettacn
presided as install.ng officer and in- ———
;‘i.led the following officers for next By International News Service:
yr ti Pres, Mrs, Don Maxwell; 1st RLsing uninterrupted with the ever
j vice president. Mrs. S. B. Niles; 2nd mounting burden of its rampag.n?
I vice president, Mrs. C. A. Cottrell; tributaries, the bread Mi sissippi river
c r iaiy, Mrs. H. L. Carroll; treas., today threatened to ove:rin po* t-
M s. N V R!ch. ing levees and flood additional thou-
M s. L. L. Wets presented the pro- sands of acres down river from St. gram of the afternoon which was as Louis.
follows: “What We Do in Music” by The Mississippi threat came as the Mrs. Inez Barry's kindergarten pupils, most destructive flood in a generation
who presented several numbers of piled up a mounting toll of destruc-
the.r regular school work; Miss Anna tion. misery and death over an eight-Fchniirr’s first grade children gave state area of the middle-west and :eme of their work in citizenship, a southwest, j group cf pupils read a story and all At St. Louis where the flood star?? j sang songs. is 30 feet the Mississippi had risen 2 7
j M G crge Stanley gave a few* re- feet in the last 24 hours and stood at
marks about pup Is and their w’ork 35.2 feet. Threatened levees along tho
and then presented the eighth grade banks of the greaf river were being j class to Supt. C. A. Cottrell, who in bolstered with sand bags.
.turn welcomed the pupils as fresh- Ten persons were dead thi'ughouf men to senior high ani urged them the 600 mile wire flood atone, the vic-to contribute mu"h to the high school tints of drowning;, as troops and and to always do their best. Mrs. emergency »e.scue an'1 relief crews Wets gave a talk to the class and re- toiled to evacuate residents, save trap-mindfd them that although they fch ped livestock and send off the rushers wn up, their mothers still consider- ing waters of rising streams. cd them children. At the close of her in the Peoria. Ill,, ai ca the Illinois talk she presented each child with a river stood at the 24 foot rtage and cl y-p' p and cookies as they left the as steadily rising. Should the stream
breach its banks th* \ p \ ion
planning to name a committee to take} their pait sn a review of the accuracy of the statements in the pantile The decision follow en a conference
as a master stroke timed to strength- tun* for having the mo t mothers
lf th'* family requires one or more en h S hand in tile current three- present. However, the kindergarten lids than* the 1 umb?r left, cr if a cornered wage fight among the UMW. loc rn will get the picture permanently Homer or anyone in the household is the government and the coal mine for having the most motors present
the mod times during the school
might be halted at several vital war plants.
of dairymen and college officials at, un s d. application for the card should operators.
slowly and painfully, the Mo's Ro e t* a room following the
a ably. wasted by the worrit us on tile south-it opposition we have v. Hie southern part
oi It iy. and weak While ic mors
Sardinia has been very
have appt ared that
Tile bride is a graduate of the Mf Union high school with the class of 1942 and for the past year bas been employed at, the Ben Franklin store The bridegroom, a graduate cf the Mt Pie a.sa at high .■ "bool, in 1940 has betn in service since tart November.
the N.i/.s have withdrawn ground for- |fe is stationed with the 92nd General ces back behind the Alps, the latest Hospital, Temple, T**xa . wfiiere he Is checks indicate if itll r has not had receiving training at the McCloskey many traps in Italy His controls Govt hospital.
The couple will reside for the pres
core lately have been maintained mostly by gestapo U hers and indicts lal plant managers He would be in a desperate condition, indeed if he intended to let ut get Italy with-ut
tnt at 1302 North Main in Ti mple.
Among the guests at the wedding were the bride's mother, Mrs. Neva Km x. M Union, and the brlde-
Irwg State Collum* yesterday afternoon.
Suggestion that a paragraph-by-paragraph study be made was made by Iowa State College president Charks E. Friley, who told the dairymen that tile t ght of the college "to publish facts is rot debatable.”
Among statements that aroused the torm of protest from the dairymen was one that ole margarine ‘‘compares favcrabiv with butter both in nutritive value and palatability.”
Fred Larrabee of Fort Dodge, president of the Iowa State Dairy Association, said each of 12 protesting organizations would name one member of a commit tee to confer further with college authorities and arrange for a survey of the facts in the pamphlet.
0 made at the postoffice. 1 Analytical labor observers declared year.
The application forms are not to Lewis’ .sudden application for re- A social time fellowed and tea was lf math rl in blore June I but are afflation with the AF of L put him served, with Mrs. Don Maxwell pouv-to be i/> tin* mail by June IO. The Jn a strong position in relation with ing. There was a large number of fcfms, incidentally, require three cents his demands for a $2 00 a day increase mothers psesent.
postage. ancj other benefits for his miners. — -------
_ ~ , V, . « J While the AF of L’s executive coun-
rine Exhibits Ol ’ ci^ “welcomed" receipt of Lew*.s’ appli-
- j cation for re-affiliat on with the or-
Local SchOOl Work Sani?a’ion, completion of it was far
. from an accomplished fact.
AF of L president, William Gnen,
Thirteen Churches Represented atWSCS Meeting at Winfield
WITH OUR BOYS IN THE SERVICE
Articles May' He Seen At High , School
said he would appoint a committee to
I ght mg and acquire air bases there groom's aunt. Mrs Carl Anderson, of Germany First On
List Is Impression
with which to bomb all Germany.
Fut all these authentic re; orts of the air situation together and you mu t cen* ludo we already have air rup< norm over southern Italy, Sicily, md Sardinia, but will have a fight on our hand yet to acquire it over Holland, B igium or France.
Reclassifying Men Between 38 and 45
Registrants with the Selective Ser-
THIEF DRESSES RABBITS; p,r;E BROADWAY
Invasion of Italy, therefore, seems VjC0 between the ages- of 38 and 45.
f ariole the northwest European are row burg re’.la s\ed by the Seco st-1 ne still difficult. Norway Active Stance b’.as d here. The reword Ie much easier, classification is taking place in com-
Tbese current intensified bombing', pliance with an order of a few weeks cf Gel many are therefor# only long^ agp
distance preludes to invasion. Heavy An example of the reclassification bombers, it is true, are used as art ii- )s as fohws: A man classified in 3 A, lery in a prelude to attack then placed in 4-H Blader the order
Two months before Tunisia col- d friring the o’der men. w\l! become lapsed, ur bombers plastered Naples 3-A-H under the new classification, and the Sicilian nerts, destroying shipping, and then, for the linal push, drew in to hammer the German fighting line in North Africa. The long range tombing comes first, then short lange.
'I he Anglo-Amebean long-range bombing attacks en Germany must first conclude this current phase of blasting railroad communications far ta k I rom the coast, engaging the Luftwaffe daily, trucking out whatever combat planes they can, and destroying the German centers of airplane production.
Then it ran hammer the fortifications on the coast, as an “immediate prelude to a landing When you hear of German batteries along the coast catching this rain of cxolosivcs, you will know invasion is nigh.
Washington, D. C. (INS)—-Members of the Pacific war council trday left an hour and a half meeting with President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill with the impression that there will be no immediate drastic change in the beat-Hitler-first strategy.
Cne of the representatives of a leading Pacific power attending the meet-in?. who declined to permit use of his name, said he gathered the definite impression that defeating Germany would remain the first major chicot ive of the United Nations strategy.
I consider the application and meet parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yargus, j with United Mine Workers officials but at salem
The exhibit f work of manual. r^at there uas some doubt that the t raining, home economies and art counc*' could even get around to a tu ents of the Mt. Pleasant schools final vote until sometime this sunlit traced Interest Wednesday and this mer
Winfield. Iowa — Grouos from 13 ^hurdles in this part of the district attended the Women’s Society of Christian Service group meeting held at the Winfield Methodist churm on Wednesday. The pr:gram began with registratibn at IO a. rn. and included: worship service. Rev. John Porath, Winfield; greetings. Mrs. Lester Meeker, Winfield; introduction and announcements; president’s message, Mrs.
„ .. _ .. . _. Houseman, Muscatine; society reports,
P. F. t. Dalton Tvner of Stinson
T11,_ , ., WSCS presidents; questions and ans-
Field, Texas, arrived the last of the 1 .
wers between soc eties; quiet moments,
Corp. Dale Yargus of Santa Ana, Calif., Is spending a furlough with his
past week for a few days furlough f* moon and will be open again this I Tker® remains the qurst'on of wilh hi-; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sfvia Ald”ch
venin? to the public at the senior , settling jurisdicticnal disputes between Tyner> at Salem Lunch was followed by worship serv-
li|4h sChool ; AF of L unions and UMW District 50. ** ice. Morning Sun; business *nd an-
Clawing? ra ntings and colorings by .the “catch alL’ union which had been Pvt. Harold Bogue of Sheppard nouncements; solo, Mrs. Merle Lauer,
reported to be Lewis’ move to estab- F.eld, Texas, was called home the last Mt. Uni n; offer ng; address, Miss
LEAVES THE PELTS
Burling n, I wa. (INS)—Bur-l ngton police reflected today that fven a thief may hgve a redeeming virtue.
G orge A. Thomas told the office- s a thief b o’:e into his rabbit hutch ta t 1 ight and rto’o three or the an rn tis. The rabbits were Ri led and dres.oel on the spot.
But the thief was considerate, Themas reported, he though fully left the pf!4* for the cwner.
HOME IS SOLD
T J Hurley & Son today report the rale of the fine, modern home be-I nging to Mrs. J. W. Young located corner of Bec ad way and Broad street •q Mr. Edwin Chrissinger of San Diego, Celiemia. Mr. Chrissinger was a foimer resident of Henry county bur he'; teen a resident of California for re me time. Mr. Chrissinger purchase# tb;s property for a home and win be o’cup ed tv him ?nd hi:; mother, Sept. 1st.
he grade pupils are on the walls of lie gym, articles and animals of nodding clay, a'? ng the side, and manual I*dining rrticles on the gyrq 'c . Whi!;* there are numerous at-r ceti vc articles in the manual trainee exhibit, the display by Kenneth ire ber show nu his work of four years I n the department*, is outstandmgA I d, dining table, chests, dresser and ither ait cl's, all of excellent work-ian. hip .are included.
In the home economics room, gar-irnt? made by the girls in one phase f their course are on display and th.er displays include novelty neck trlngs and in niatures made in the t-hcmt pait of the course.
Making Tests of Local Milk Supply
Fairfield Inspector and State Inspector Make Tests
lish a new national labor organization
Will Bomb Germany Until War Is Won
London, England (INS)-—The allies will bomb Germany hour by hour until the war is won. Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden promised today.
His statement was made in an address to the annual conference of conservatives in London. His words appeared pirticularly significant in view of Prime Minister Winston Churchill’ speech in Washington yesterday saying that the expcr inent of bombing the axis out of the war is w aith trying.
of the past week by the serious illness Sylvia Aldrich, missionary from China; cf his mother, Mrs. Jennie Bogue, question and answers, Miss Aldrich; Mrs. Bogue is reported as improving meditation, Mrs. L L. Weis; district. at the Memorial hospital and hopes to secretary spiritual lite, Mt. Pleasant. be able to retuin to her home in Sa- ^rs Clara Wenger, district seal eta) y tam this week Her daughters Versa lpeal activities, of Wayland, piesri-&nd Violet of Rock Island have been e^ at meeting, md Mrs. J. T. with her Leonhard, district secretary cf chillis dren’s work, of Columbus Junction.
Co p. Keith E. Glover arrived home was the secretary.
Tuegley from Camp Polk, La., ra!ied -
here by the birth of his son at the Memo:tai Ticspilal in Mt. Pleasant,
Ca turd ay morning. May 15.
71 Billion Needed For Armv In 1944
Divorce Denied In Yargus Case
SALEM SCOUT GROUP
H. S. Band Plays at I.W.C,
The Mt. Pleasant h!gh s'-ho'd h*-* p’ayrd at the chanel period at Iowa Wi s’.eyan c lle~e this mon ing.
Bacterial counts and other tests us-la’.ly made in a milk inspection have ren made of milk from some dairies ;upplying to Mt. Pleasant distributors and tcUs wil be made from the other dairies in the near future.
W. C. Smith, Fairfield inspector, em-lcyrd by the city, has been making tests here and tests have also been made by a state inspector. Because
A divorce was cnied Dale R. Ya: gus in his suit against Clara Yatgu by Judge Paul H. McCoid in couit, Mo. here Wednesday after evidence had been heaid in the ;l ion. The plaintiff failed to establish h's cause cf action by a prepcndeiancp cf the evidence and the equ ties ar** wi h thr defendant, the deciee ct ate’, erin and inhuman t*caiment were charged
M.s. Lanfuman received word from _
her husband, Dale Lanferman. stating j
that he has recent'y been promoted to Washington, D. C. < INS'—President Technical S rgeant. He Is some- Roosevelt today set $71,898,499,700 as whine oversees. In his letters he the figure to operate the United States vi Us cf Jap air raids. army in 1944—th'* vear in which the
WR. ! armed might of th>* nation is expect-
R' grr Russell, who Ila * been in a j ^ more than 11.000,000 men
mar ne hospital at Evansville, Ind., ’ ancj women
In a letter to Speaker Rayburn, Mr Roosevelt asked for new- appropria-
har, been transferred to a maline hos-pit I at K rkwood, Mo. His address is R n
cr Rutre’l. MO M M. 2 c U. s-ltionsof $59.42f .586.5000 in addition to an U. S Marine Hospital, Kirkwooa, unexpended balance of $12,472,913,200
remaining from 1943 funds.
Turbett To Alaska
-Vein —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- [ the results of the two inspectors are Trowe l and Mrs, Laren Turbett re-
_______________turned the past wcejc from Omaha,
is the scoutmaster and the Ray. Geo. Ncbr., where they visited with Harold Campbell, the assistant s'-outmaster. M Dowel’, s at‘onc-1 a* Creighton uni-
_ Ccmmitteemen are Victor Morrcw.* vrraitv. laren Turbett, who accom- _
<3-1-m Trv*a — The Salem Boy abut Edgar Hartley, Wilbur Watts and J. panifri them. took the final physical to try to determine if the mill; :nlk Fridv and destroyed a power, in Mt r a sam
No 22 ’ vias re-organized at the Meth- W. Morley. In the past years, th- - amiral on an; left there for Min-1 :s good cr not good at the present plant and rn.ne incitations
odist church Monday evening. Disk- Salem Boy Scouts were quite active ne iris. where ho remained for sew* J L mc, an action prompted bv the de- Hungarian un ts wei© repel .J ■
rut Scout Executive Lucking of Fort but have failed to keep going as it a' #*s before going to wark on the rn ar dr, ct the J cal group of women t ken sevei" rep cUve uh., t'M-i
1-ador ten t uction project in Canada or v Ho have teen asking for inspection in : ga n t th” I ■ al j cpu a! on v irh wa. ( ,3 u B o dan
A'a ka. * ;c cut months. Mceing in masses.
Greet Lakes, 111.—Earl S. Craig, 23,
so cf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Craig. 511 h irv E*r:et. Mt. riee ant. is receiving the b'slc training that will pre-are h rn for sea duty av a fighting B'ucja^krt in the- New- et the U. S. ‘I ’■< I Training Station here.
13,000 On Strike In 3 War Plants
JUGO SLAV PATRIOTS SEIZE n t uniform, a suggestion has been TOWN IN 7 HOUR BATTEL
made that a third inspector should be’ London — lh? Jugn-CIav govern-erbplayed and this may be done. I went in exile reported a seven hour The tests now being made ale a re-'battle in which it said Juj;o-.. av pa rult.cf the action cf the city council [trials seized the mining to vn cf VCI
po we; It said
' ’ ' arse Wi Herd returned Wed
re d v t: camp at San Luis O’Bispo.
af., alter enjoying a 15 day fur-1 ugh w th his mother, Mrs. B Whirrand other relatives and friends
Madison was present to assist in the vt"mod Triparti'^'o to get organization. The Rev. M. C. Rubey permanently.
Detroit Mdhig^i (NEV—Cfr urging the War Labor Board with "indifferent" total settlement of its contract, disputes and management with “stall ing", approximately 13,C"D UAW-CIO workers went on strike in three major J war plants today, j The walk-outs started at two Chrv-T enw address* of P. F. C. Max E taler factories when 4/"ta orion men 'hf**»r»fn 1 Cr. a TST h M. P. B i. add the War Labor Board was infifi-D v vc. C lo He fcrent lo their rlras i t rnre'’y -et • a i rn f erred from Laramie, Wyo. Dement of company -union disputes.