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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - September 25, 1943, Mount Pleasant, IowaVALID RATION STAMPS
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VALID RATION STAMPS Fuel Oil 5 - - Until Sept. 30 Fuel Oil I (new) until Jan. 3 Smear 14 - Through October 31
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SA I ( RDA Y. SEPT. 23, 1913iGermans Evacuate
Panthers Lose To Ottumwa
Local* Outclassed by Bulldog Eleven
Free Movie Day On Monday, Sept. 27
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Abandon City As Soviets Draw Near
Report Group Plans Giant Political Move
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TH ANX To HUB DOLAN, m LOS ANGELES* CALIF.BIG BONI) AUCTION HERE NEXT SATURDAY
Local tar Driver Held at Burlington
Baltimore William Parsons
New London--Charles Strothmftn
Waynt V. Lindeen
Salem B Wallingford
The city solicitation committee with William Hoaglin as chairman is; William Walters. Jame.' O'Connor. Harold Carrell, M L Dickson. Leo Kennedy, Marshall lines, Harold Lamm. Ray Vandenberg, W. Garretson, C. Wells. V Witmer, Glen Nihart and Howard Moore.
Publicity committee i- A. M. Patterson and W. H Bainter and auction committee; Horace Chaney. Elmer Van Sync, Glenn Klopienstein and Harry Duncan; clerks chairman. E. C. Huene; and bond sales. J. P Budde.
Warner A Russell is general chairman.
Solicitors are asked to start their work immediately. Merchandise to be sold will be displayed in local windows.DUCK SEASON OPENS; VIDrIMIA rIR. KHITNTFRS HINDERED VIRGINIA GIRL IdBY TWO FACTORS ENGAGED TO JOHN ELGAR
KERKERS PURCHASE C. C. CRAIG PROPERTYWILL ATTEND STATE BPWC BOARD MEETING
Clean Cloths Needed
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