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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - October 12, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMPS
VALID RATION STAMP8
ti, V, W Blue stamp* expire Oct. 20
Fuel Oil I (new) until Jan. 3
C« D, E Brown Stamps expire Oft. 30
Sugar 14 - Through October 31
Gasoline A No. 8 expires Nov. 21
Shoe Stamp 18 good indefinitely
MT. PLEASANT. IOWA
Grants Use of Azores
ll Jail Breakers
They’ll Do It Every Time
By Paul Mallon
hes tt4e Colies T \A uke p. And IHE SMALLEST TiPPER. THAT EVER. GOT A HAI ti _ DOWM HIS NECK--
(aupht By Patrolman Near VVever
Plan of Aid To Dependent Children Sanctioned
/ PTJOM THE CALLS HE ) GETS HE DOESN'T OO \ MUCH WORK THAT v OFFlCE.EVEN VVHEM < v- • • HE S THERE*
HE MUST THINIC THIS IS HLS OFFICE OR THE JOCREV CLUB AT THE ^ \ TRAGIC-' )\
6ettin6 A LOAD OF THE WALklE-TALklE character. WHO'S ALWAYS ’PHOUNG,NO
matted where he s.
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With County Men And Women In The Service
Outlin ed at Weslevan
Kiranians Hear About Army Show
LL Wray Tells About Army Emergency Relief
District Governor Visits Rotary Club
Governor Lou Chrysler Monday Evening
Sgt. Virgil Shellman of a camp near Louisville. Kv. arrived hrre Snudav afternoon for a .short visit with relatives and friends
Movie For Benefit of Army Relief
Pvt. James Wellington of Camp Forrest, Tenn., is spending a ten day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mis Frank Wellington.
Cadet Russell Strohman has returned lo Grand Forks, N. D, after a week’s furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Strohman.
Ensign Melvin Bergstrom left Thursday evening for California where he will go en active duty.
New address; Bvt. Wayne W. Moore
37678181. P.tn. 52 Co. “CT 1912 Avn. Ens. Bn., March Field, Calif.
Please enter my name in MERCHANTS’ WAR BOND GLI B
Arm Is Broken
Dorothy Ensminger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ensminger, cf S. Jackson street, received a broken arm vhile on the play ground at Junior High. She was taken to Jefferson County hospital. Her arm was broken at the urist and in the elbow.
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