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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - October 6, 1943, Mount Pleasant, Iowa’J VALID RATION STAMPS Fuel OU I (new) until Jan. S Sugar 14 - Through October 31 Shoe Stamp IK good IndefinitelyTHE MT PLEASANT NEWS VALID RATION STAMPS U, V. VV Blue stamps expire Ort. 20 IC, D Brown Stamps empire Oct. 30 VOL. LXK I, No. 2:UWEDNESDAY, OLT. 6, 1913 MT. PLEASANT, IOWA With County Men And Women In The Service (adet VV Ham Herman Morrow, .stationer! ut the Univerity of Nebraska is home en a seven day furlough, with his J an n- , Mr, and Mrs. Vidor Morrow, of Salem, arid with other relatives , ■ j < pl Hail Weir and ( pl. (Unwell Witt-^ m r of Bingham City, Utah, have ar-J rived here tor a 15 day furlough with’ relatives. ►a    I New add re •c* l.t. Robert Baker, B. O Q CU3-265, ti A 8, Pensacola, Fla P 4    | N* a addre Main lf. Fenton, S C. 3-c. 4 )5 Summer St. Receiving Station Boston, Ma p Jc" VY Mc Elroy, Ph M 3c, who i£i ut the last nine months in Hawaii recenty came by plane irom there to San Francisco He has entered prep school 'n the east preparatory to en-tering Annapolis lor tliree years training Jr. \ who is 17 years old, has been in the navy eighteen monttis His ne-* addn ss is J W McElroy. Ph M. 3-c, N A P S Bks 610. U S. ti. T. S Bainb tdg«- Md He is the son of Mr and Mi H K Mf Elroy of Mt Pleasant f ! Max VV illry, S 2-c a ived her*- Sa - -trday < n have from Farragut Idaho, to vl-it hi* mother and o her relatives Pl MISS LUELLA JEAN LONG AND BEN HANNAH MARRIED AT SALEM Senate Kills Wheeler Deferment Bill County Men Leave For Camo Docile They ii Do It Every Time - - - TV ‘-MKS FOP. THE SUDS -- W    WE    DOING,    PHILHARMONIC    ?    I    NEVER _    \/i    I    it/*.    ILI    Ti    IIC    l/MtlT    ?r\irv    '/A    I    a    /V    -r.    .    n    A    rx    t    I    >    /N-1 First Call For Month; Another Is Received / > I w :\ SAVINO -I USED TD PE Concert master for CAPUTO-STAYED WITH MIM TEN YEARS. I STARTED THE PHILHARMONIC LOMU BEFORE TOSCANINI CAME OVERPLAYED ALL OVER EUROPE-PLAYED rOR INC IN TU IS JOINT 7 DID WE RUN OUT OF RINGS 7 MEARD OF THAT BAC WES GOT \Z DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF HIS CAREER THIS IS NUMBER 5- Salem Ic*a A beautiful wedding took nlace amid fall flowers, al th** Methodist church, Th ut ^la*. evening Sept 30 when Mi s Luella Jean bong, a haugh * r (f Mr and Mr Jay I^ong became the bride of Ben Hannah, youngest . on of Mr; Zylphia Hannah of Mt. Pe la ant Til* tapers were lighted by Liberia Long and Vivian Barton Just preceding th*- sendees Mrs Winifred Cowen sang, “The Hymn of Love” accompanied by Mrs Floyd B* erv A Mr Beery played The Melody of Love the bridal parties took their places at the altar, where the Rev. M C Rule v performed the ceremony and which was temple tad by “The Threefold Amen" sung by Kathryn, Lucille and Helen Stone The bridesmaid was Miss Vivian b rig. a sister of the bride aid the bridegroom wag accompanied by Herbert Pavne. The bride was accompanied to the altar b% her father, Ja\ Long, who gave his daughter in marriage. The pride made a lovely picture in a suit of blue with corresponding hat and won- a corsage of white chrysanthemums. Her bridesmaid w*ore a dress ct roval blue velvet, white trim and a corsage of pink roses. Both the bridegroom and his best man wore suits of blue ar.d boutonniere of white chrysanthemums. After the congratulations, a reception was held in the dining room of the church where fifty guests were served ice cream and cake. Mrs Hannah Ls well known in Sa- A group of Henry county avn left early this morning for Camp Dodge to have their final physical examinations under Selective Service and if they pass will ce inducted in o omo branch of the service immediately. Esto! Tompkins of Winfield was th" leader of the group. One man. Paul Edward Kinney, a J* hovah's Witness failed to appear. Proceedings were to be instituted at once lo take him into custody. While the few married men in his group did not come and rn- the prewar:    Harbor classification several pre-Pearl Harbor fathers will be taker, later In ‘he month A new ca ll for ad-dttional men later in October wa received by the Selective Service board Tuesday Not enough ingle men ate available and as a result some IO to 15 pi' -Pearl Harbor luther.-, may be Included to fill ‘he quota. Th* rn* n in the first October call: 106 Wilbur Wilds - Smithburg 170 € <rrol Andrew Johnson V632 -Donald I worth Nickerson i Tran s. to Polk ©bunty for Induction^ 787 Frank Richard Collins (Trans to Oregon for In-^ duct ions 1190—Charles Eugene Humphries 'Trans from Kirksville, Mo Board*    \ Estol Stuart Tompkins Delbert Dale Loving * Trans, from Ft Madison Board* j Blaine Marion Elmore Loins A Baker Paul Edward Kinney Delbert Lynn Jordan Wendell Wright B *rney Forrest Edward Fountain Harold Ross Cog hi an Donald Leslie Gstermeier Glenn Dean Conrad Robert Horace Stevens WORLD SERII S ( rdinals 4. Yankees ?, Moist Coouef pitched all the way for the Caids. New Development In USO Plans! Adopts Bill Relative To Draft Dodgers May Use Third Floor of Central Administration Measure Gets States Building    .    Senate    Approval Arrangements were made by th ' Washington, D. C. <1 *8)—The sen-local UTO committee at a meeting a^e today killed the Wheeler bill which Tuesday evening to use the third floor . f he Centi *1 States Insurance building as ihe mw USO center for aviation students at Iowa Wesleyan pro- would have deferred the drafting of fathers until after Jan I, 1944. The Wheeler measure met Its death when the senate adopted an idminis- answer charges of draft dodging’ by government employes and the hoarding and consequent wastage of labor In war industries. The sub.st.tute bill was adopted without a record vote. It includes the Asks Independence For Philippines Washington, D. C (INS'-—President Roosevelt in special message to congress today a: ked authority to grant full independence to the Philippines as soon as toe fortunes of war Hermit. The chic! executive declared that the Philippi!!* I land . h d ca n* I the WARD AND LEWIS WEDDING AT WARD HOME HERE SUNDAY MORNING Calls On County For More Work >t the bride’s father. Washington. D. C. 'INS)—Sen. Homer Ferguson, Michigan Republican, t0 provide space for the USo ccntcv At the heme Rev J. E Ward South Adams St..called upon the country today to aban- Use of the Central stages space will Mt    Pleasant.    Sunday    morning    a-    nine    J don the eight hour day, five    day    week    relieve the Leg:on of anv embarrass- o’clock, took    place the    wedding    of    Miss    j and every other ptace time    luxury in    men. relative to the matter. William crder to win the w.r in a hurry.    steps    were    taken    at    the    Tuesday During a conflict in which    the    man-    evening meeting to present the    details power situation is critical    and    pro-    concerning the new location    to th" vided he arrangement is satisfactoiy {ration sponsored substitute framed to to the district headquarter.-The former Athenian club rooms offer an excellent, arrangement and apparently adequa e floor space for the USO center The rooms have only recently been redecorated and with some change - and installations will be ready f0p0VUr„ points; for use Within a snort time after they Prohibits employment are approved.    , The American Legion had offered the Legion heme for the service men’s use a few months ago when the USO was seeking a location. In the months sine? he USO plan- were first made and could not be carried out immediately through no fault of the local committee, ’he Leg:on had adopted a winter program' for use of the home and now would have to make changes Florence Marie Ward and Grover Lewis of Macomb, III., in ♦hopi*- enc* cf the following guests. Rev 1691- 5744 10,611- V 10.680 10,923-11.121- V ll ,300 VU .334 11.331 ll 11.368- 11.369-VI1,381 11.386-VII 422 11/23- V ll.428 VI 1.428 11.430 11,531 A 11.432 11435-11 437 11.508- rrght to be free and independent and :,no Mr1-. B G Hankins, Rev. and j auction so vital to victory, it seems Astrict USO headquarters and seek to me everyone must do more than his approval ct a budget covering the ex- Miss . share, he said.    penditures necessary for the new loc- Mabel Larson.    J    "We    should work seven days a week, ftyon Toe ro m was beaut’fully decorated ; jf necessary, and we should hold two    _______ that then freedom should be confer- Mrs. George G H nt. Mrs. Malyl And red upon them earlier than July 4, crs0n- Mrs. S anley Niles and 1946, the date now se* by congress for their independence. Prohibits employment by federal government of persons 18 to 38, other than fathers, who are deferred because of occupational reasons unless a committee or official certifies them indispensible Applies the same rule of ir.dispen-sibility for deferment of wockers in private industry and provides no single or childless married man of draft age shall be deferred in private industry unless employer furnishes certificate of indispensibilitv. Give director of Selective Service supreme power over industrial deferment either upon appeal or on his o*n motion. Requires Selective Service so far as possible to exhaust other categories before pre-Peail Ha cor fathers are called w.th a white arch decked with small! IWC RADIO VARIETY HOUR THURSDAY Lowers, a large vase of pink gladioli { do ^ voluntarily in the center, and a beautiful palm tree on each side. At ’he beg.nnmg of he service, Mrs. ' jobs if that is necessary. We should -Carroll Vernon Parks Samuel Lyle Rover Edward Sylvanus Massey -Donald Charles Byers -Martin Alfred Keith M*rvin Allred Keith Elmo Glenn Anderson Raymond Lloyd Bartlett Billy Milton MeCabe Francis Raymond Maginnis Donald Dwavne Rose -Raymond Ri hard Spray iTrans. from Ft. Madison Board) The Wesley<*r; Variety Hour road- Stanley Niles sang “I Love You Truly," ca-t over station WSUI at 5:15 p. rn Miss Mabel Larson presiding at the Thursdays will offer its first program piano. of the current school year this week. Fellowing tb s Miss Larson played Labeled "Introduction to Wesleyan”, Lohengrin’s ‘Bridal Chorus,’’ to the I the program w ill feature interviews strains of which the bridegroom ad-with students with Dr. Waldo Braden varied from a side room and took his i acting as Master of Ceremonies.    place at the right hand of the arch. J A double quartette under the direc- Immediately the bride, accompanied Father of Cooper Brothers Dies ‘This Is The Army’ Proceeds To Relief Independence. Mo. iINSi—Robert J. Cooper, 58. father of Morton and Walker Cooper, the famous brother battery for the St. Louis Cardinals died early today of heart disease at .lion of Dr. Bela Rozsa will present a bv her father, took her place beside borne in Independence. musical program and President Stanley the bridegroom. The ceremony |    -- j B Niles will report on the college ac-1 tivities. CALLS FOR BROADENING OF SOCIAL SECURITY Opportunity ’o help the Army Emergency Relief fund will be given residents of Mt. Pleasant and Henry county at the Premiere of Irving Berlin's "This is the Army” at the Temple theater this month. Army Emergency Relief is an agency of the U. S. army directed by a board of War Department officials. I is a non-profit organisation with a Disarmament of Danish Police Reported Stockholm. Sweden —(INS)— Disarmament of all Danish police bv Nazi occupational authorit.es in Den-maik for failuie to cooperate in the arrests of Jews was reported 'oday from Copenhagen. The Copenhagen correspondent of the Swedish newspaper simultaneously reported lifting of the Nazi imposed "state of military emergency’’ in Denmark, but he added this means chiefly curfew w'ill be removed and that apparently court-martial and death sentences fcr strikers will remain in force. The dispatch indicated that lifting of the state of emergency was a new- cons.sled of the regular form, closing Yankee Stadium (INS* Big Morton jund jor emergency expenses of army with the ring ceremony, Rev. J. E. i Cooper always    luckless in    the    big    |^reQgj2jg} and their dependents. The Ward, father of the bride, officiating. j spots, went out    lo Y»itcln tor    the    St.    prjmary mission of this relief agency The invocation was by Rev. George G. Louis Cardinals    and his lantern jawed    tQ ma;ntam morale by relieving the    German    trick    aimed    a. p lsua mg Hunt. Rev. Ward gave a reading, "Will bi other. Walker    Cooper, was    his    re-    minds Df the men in service as to the    the    Danes    r"    arQu^SCf> *n You    Love Me When I Am Old.’’ This    ceiver    today    although    tragedy hung    „are 0j their    dependents    when    emerg-    man>'* an    i-Jewish campaign. - was    followed with the benediction by    over the    ace    battery    in the second    enc[es aris€ Boston,    Mass (INS) William Green, Rpv    B q Hankins. Congratulations. game    of    the    world series with the    Army Emergence    Relief    does    not    Allies Capture president of the American federation fcllowed    New York Yankees.    function as a charity although the ac- J ii ii Villaop oi labor today called on congress for T,le bride's attire was of rose color- The brothers decided to play despite    are c’osely coordinated with    ,    .•    .    s quick passage of legislation broadening    sa^in trimmed in blue roset es. She the death of their father at Independ- ^e(j qvoss Assistance is given ir<    ^ the social security system because, he    a    corsage    of    white gardenias, | ence, Mo., this morning, said, the war in Europe ma) be o\ei    ijriqegroom’s    suit    was    of    dark-- next summer.    blue    serge, and he had a boutonniere _ Green made his statement in the a    aster. Des Moines — A 37-day pheasant AFL's official publication which was sund*y evening Mr. and Mrs. Lewis lem where she completed her educa- shooting season, the longest in Iowa distributed at the 63rd annual convell- ^ , jQr :mp where    will    be    1    _ ti* n in the Salem school    and the past    his ary,    is in prospect    this    year in    lien of    the    federation    now    underway    ftt home tQ aH    their    many    friends    and    Fort Uodgei Ia _ The city council year she completed the commercial    most of    the    north    half    of the state,    in Boston.    where Mr. Lewis    is    in    business.    Their    Tuesday    promoted and increased the    tober 19. the Business    and    Professional    bws    on    Japanese    attempt Course at Iowa Wesleyan. The past infoimed sources said Monday.    "Congiess,"    Green said. “must act address is 526 West Washington    St., j pay 0f Policemen Walter    Berg ann    Women will sell the tickets. A BPWO    fn pvar11nfp fro. ns irom besieged Kol- summer, she has been    employed at    The exact    open    territory    was net    quickly    on    amendments    to    make    social    Macombt m    Richard    Porter, who captured Thomas    committee composed    of    Miss    Marv > Runyon,    escaped slayer and bank reb-    jane Inglebright. chairman, Miss    Edita I ber, here Sept. 17.    MacNulty. Miss Garnelle Sizemore, ■ Berg was advanced to    sergeant.    Mis. Herman Martin and Miss Marg- 37-Day Session On Pheasants OFFICERS WHO CAUGHT RUNYON PROMOTED most cases as loans without interest. There is no red tape. Deserving persons apply, and in most cases can walk away with a check for enough money to cover the immediate necessaries. For th° premiere night here on Oc- Pacific —(INS)— Allied capture of a Japanese held visage within sixty miles of Madang. New Guinea, enemy supply port nearly two hundred miles northeast of fallen Finschafen was announced today by General Douglas MacArthur^ headqi al ters. The official communique told of Marshall Field, Chicago.    Mr.    Hannah    disclosed but it is understood that it    security adequate to carry workers is well known    both in Salem    and Mt.    will be larger than last years record    through the economic insecurity of Pleasant. He    received    his education    number of 59 counties.    post-war days. The European phase of in the Mt. pleasant high school. He However, along ’he southern fringe the war may be over next summer." is an industrious    young    farmer in    of the open territory, the open sea-    ------ Jackson township,    northeast    of Sa-    son will be IO days long, the sources    FILLMORE    TAKES    OVER lem and the young couple went to said.    DDIPHTnW MFW^PAPFR housekeeping immediately on the Ran- The dates for the 37-day territory    DKlvirl I Un iiL VV DI /Ar LIY nab farm.    are from October 28 to December 3,    - ______-—    inclusive, while those for the south- Brighten, Iowa R. W. Fillmore em edge are from October 28 through will take over October 4 the active November 6.    management cf the Brighton Enter- Daily limit in the 37-day zone will    p toe. Rev. Fillmore and family came be six birds, of which one may be a    to Brighton in 1932 as pastor of tire hen. In the 10-day territory, the limit    local Christian church and is still --will be three birds, none of which may    preaching    Sunday    morning. Fort Madison. la. —(INS)— The be a ben    j For 13 veals he was employed as Presidio, Fort Madison penitentiary possession limit will be 18 birds, a auditor of the Des Moines Register GOODELL FARM SOLD TO OLIVER LAKE Wayne T. Garretson of the real es-,tate fi rn cf Garretson and Garretson reports the sale of the Floyd Goodell Perter, who has been on the police uer:te Morgan, is in charge and will force only a few months, was given have assistants. the rating of second vear patrolman. The entire proceeds of the first The officers previously had received nigh’ of the show will go to the Army (^fosses River to evacuate troops from besieged Kol-ombangara Island rn the central Solomons and a six to one air victory by Allied fliers over nearby American held Voila Laveila Island. U. S. Fifth Army 120 acres 24 miles northeast of Mt. olficiai commendation from Gov. B. Emergency Relief. All concerned arc TOM RUNYON’S NAME NOT ON STAFF OF PRISON PUBLICATION Pleasant to Oliver Lake cf near Winfield. Mr. Like is buying this farm for a heme ai*i is planning to move there March 1st. 1944.  - -  -     1 ■■ ' B. Merchant’s Bond Club Contest Allied Headquarters in North    Africa Hiekenlooper and Warden Percy doing    their part    without    remunera-    _(INS>— The U. S 5th army    under Lainson    of    Fort    Madison    penitential"’ lion. Only on this night will the ad-    Lieutenant General Mark W Clark, from    which    Runyon    escaped.    mission price be advanced On the four    £urged across the Vc.turn*) River :o- _  ! rights after the premiere, the price day and eStablished a firm new hrHge- will be the usual admission charge.    head on the road to Rome, seventeen Captain Jchn    Huttig    of the air    ,niies north of Nap’es. corps    detachment    at Iowa    Wesleyan jn face of heavy opposition the has be*n named army honorary chair-    German troops under orders to “hold man and Mrs. Iva Holland, president    or dje” at; the Volturno line, armored ...    .    .    .    .MWJ.    (Jet    into    this    contest    Ifs    easy.    You    can    add    another War of the BP we. Civilian honorary chair- patrols of the 5th army crossed the publication, was under new editorship record number. shooting hours win be and «    worHl Bo J to your collection. Everyone’ta eligible except member* of; man for .he premiere Cpl R. G. rtVer after seising -he imper'.rn, -own. and his son. News staff and their families families of the News carriers in its October issue, distributed today. 9 a m until 5 p. rn.    ager. Conspicuously absent from the staff The sources said the state conserv- Reek Island October I list was the name of Former Editor ation commiss!on ordered the exten- William, who has been enrnloyed on Tom Runyon, life-term slayer w’ho last Sjve open season because of the un- the paper, has entered the science demonth crawled under the prison's elec- usually large supply cf birds.    yartment of the Iowa State college at trie fence in a bid for freedom—and,    ------------- Ames and is working part time as he said, a literary career ‘‘on the out- PILOT’S CLUB OPENS    floorman in the Collegiate printshop. He was recaptured at Fort Dodge    ROOM    IN HOTEL after a .ceries of abductions and ear hefts that reached from near the training pilots of the flying service This does not include th* - they mav enter this contest. ENTE R N O W _CPL    LEE COOKES ’ A Pilot’s club has been organized by MARRIED AT OMAHA P'l sted as editor was Eddie Parrant. here Tnd "headquarters has been es- Mr. and Mrs OL. Chokes reaved cover design artist and former con- tablished in the southeast first floor    ucs 0 e    a^e c rn. *    .    ,    ..    .    tv-,,, p-o-hitnn    son, Col. Lee Cookes and Miss Mar- tributor. Absent also was the name of room cf the BrazeJon.    -    ,    ^ the former associate editor. Gordon Tile room has been redecorated and Sarct Mungan of Omaha, Nebr. 1 Holmes. Don Thomas remained as improved for the group which will use veddin;; took place in Omaha. Mon ay, Sjiorts Editor, it as a .social center. Oct. 4 ENTRY BLANK Please enter my name in MERCHANTS’ WAR BONI) CLI B Vedeler in charge of the Army Emerg- of Averso and Maddaloni. ency Relief for Iowa and Mr. Walker Averso lies    eight    miles    no th of representing Warner brothers, met    Naples, while    Maddaloni    is fourteen with the BPWC committee to go over    miles northeast of    the seaport’s out- the p’ans fcr the specjM entertain-    skirts. ment.    - Name Address ____________________ - -  ---------- Mail or Bring to the Mt. Pleasant News cilice HARRISON STREET PROPERTY IS SOLD Patton’s Army Reported Massing In Italy Lindon, Eng land —(INS* Tie _ London Daily Express t day quoted Hild Real Estate reports the sale of reports from neutral capitals than the all modern residence located at Lieu’ Gen George Pat ton’s U S sev-107 North Harrison Street and owned enth army is massing on Italy’s east by Mr. Will Crane to Miss Delia COast betorn Bari and Foggia for an Knapp of this city. Tile purchaser is imminent Invasion thrust into the buying this property as an investment. Balkans.

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