The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGES!* HHI MALVfeRN tt&Mt* MALVfeftN, IOWA. MAt 11, EMERSON Women's Relief Corp* H*ld Memorial for Mrs. tfctirgtfti The Emerson Women's Relief Corps No. 214. Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, met In regular session Saturday afternoon. May B. The president, Thnrea Edle, presided. Fono-Wln the work of the Corps memorla services In commemoration o onr deceased member, Mary Jan Douglas, were held. This shall be spoken of as ' memorial for her. The colors and conductor es corted In Rev. Rlpley and the relatives. "In Memorlnm," read by the secretary. Cora B. Comer. Hymn, "Abide With Me,' Pearle Wllklns. Address, Rev. Rlpley. Hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee." The charter was draped In her memory for a period of thirty days. Memotiufrt Women'* Relief Corps to Celebrate Golden Jubilee Emerson Women's Relief Corps No. 214 are preparing tor an extensive celebration of the founding of that order, July 25 and 26, They are making extensive plans and hope to make it a red letter event in patriotism. The Emerso Corps has been established forty seven years. From out of the shadow which hide eternity a, vole called to our friend and co-work er, Mary Jane Douglas, and shi answered the summons from he- labors here, never to return. Ii her passing a life has been linke< with onr Corps for twenty-two years. During these years of falth- fnl and loyal service In the Interest of the Corps many close friendships were formed. We shall miss her but memory will hold for us her cheery smile, her Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers went to Red Oak Friday to spen a few days in the home of he parents. Miss Irene Schuessler of Neola spent the week end in the Henry Schiok home. Miss Schuessler is a former Emerson high schoo teacher and has many friends here. Wilbur Morrison and C. F. Barns returned Thursday evening fiom a trip to Colby, Kan. They report rain all the way down and back. Mrs. Harry Rhoads and daughter. Lillian, spent Wednesday in the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Caroline Rhoades. Miss Lillian has spent the past year at Oakdale and Is visiting her parents at Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oliver spent a few days in Des Moines last week. Mrs. Oliver visited her sister while Mr. Oliver attended the Farm Holiday meeting. . Miss Maxlne Erwln ot Red Oak spent the week end with her alster, Mrs. Georgle Graham. E. 8. Comer w*nt»t6*ttitf*9t«6 Oak hospital Friday with the ambulance and took Marvin Colvin to bis home near Hastings. Miss Hazel Peterson came from Shenandoah to spend Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nels terson, Howard G. Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cole and little son were Council Bluffs visitors Saturday. Miss Wallace of Chicago came the last ot the week to visit In! the home of her cousin, Elmer Bass, Mrs. W. M. Holmes was a Red Oak visitor Monday. John Moats of Prescott spent Friday here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Porter and daughter, Jean, of near Strahan spent Friday in the home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Grayson. Mesdames John L. Evans, D. C. Coppage, and J. A. Thorson were Omaha visitors last Monday. A fine delegation from Emerson attended the "Dry" convention held in Glenwood Monday and report an enthusiastic meeting. pleasing personality, and her cordial handclasp. Mary Jane (Chlsholm) Dong- laa was born March 30, 1850 near Stelnburg, Ontario, Canada, and departed this life at her home in Emerson April 11, 1933, at the age of eighty-three years and twelve days. She was united in marriage to Henry Douglas Nov. 1870. To this union ten children were born, two of whom, with her husband, preceded her n death. The funerai was held from the Methodist church and she was aid to rest among a bower o' beautiful flowers, the last tributi f love and esteem of her many rlends and co-workers. Sister Douglas has passed on . ut the memory and influence 01 1 her noble lite live on. May we too, as Corps members be as loya and true to our trust in the duties before us. We softly say a kind farewell for just a little while. For soon we know we'll meet and great our loved ones with a smile. Help us Lord to truly say, Thy will on earth be done. Help us to keep the faith till the crown of life is won. The entire membership ot the Emerson Women's Relief Corps extends love and sympathy to * Pearl A. Comb* Di*d m Portland. df**«l B. E. Comb* received word W8t wee* of the death of fctt brother Peart, fri Portland. Or*., April 19 the deceased was » resident o- this vicinity for a nffffi&er o- years where he grew to tnatj^o and has many old time friends who will team with regret of his passing The following fs a brief account of hi* life: Pearl A. Combs, eldest son of Jackson and Elizabeth Combs, was horn at McRoy. III., Jane 6, 1874 and died April 19, 1933 at his home In Portland, Ore. He came with his parents to Carroll In April, 1882. later coming to Emerson In 1888. He left for Portland, ore. In the spring of 1901. He was married to Miss Clara M. Dressell of that city in October, 1904. He was engaged n the manufacture of autoiho* bile parts for many years. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Eveyn Bruesstng, of Sail Francisco, Calif., and one brother, B. E. ombs. of Emerson. Burial was made In Portland, Ore. those bereaved and may the all wise Father send the comforter to you in your desolation and give you strength to carry on. O. E. S. Meeting Monday Evening The Order of the Eastern Star met Monday evening for their egular meeting. After the work ntertainment was given consist- ng of music by Mrs. J. L. Evans nd Dewey Barns and a solo by firs. J. A. Thorson. Mr. Barns old of his tour of the world. Refreshments consisting of ice ream, cake and coffee were erved. Those on the Mrs. S. C. Mason of Des Molhes ,ame last week to spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Carson. Mrs. Mable Campbell went to Mt. Ayr Thursday to visit her mother and to Blythedale, Mo. to visit her daughter. Mrs. Alva Ballaln went to Council Bluffs Monday to visit her parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Stokes spent Sunday in Fremont, Nebr. with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thorson. Mrs. Henry Schlck and Miss Irene Schuessler were Malvern visitors Saturday afternoon. Mrs. M. E. Cupp and daughter, Maryltn, Pearl Lang, and Edna Douglas were Red Oak visitors Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Crawford and Miss Elva Douglas ot Grls- wold spent Saturday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lang. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cook ot Qlldden spent Monday and Tuesday here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Emily Burton and daugh- :er, Nellie, spent Sunday in the lome of the former's daughter, Mrs. Ray Henry, in Plattsmouth, Tebr. Her grandson, Charles ienry, accompanied them home o spend a week with them. J. L. Evans was an Omaha vis- tor Tuesday. Act* Cause Death*, f fijurfii of Many Each Gibson, Mrs. Lida Hatfleld, Mrs. \elle Combs, Mrs, Marcla Willams, B. L, Carr, and E. R. Blrd- »all. Those present from out of town were: Pe- Priest, D. D. off, of Hastings, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred McArthur of Oakland, The Baptist choir went to the lome of Mr. and Mrs. George Hascall Wednesday evening to ' Although pedestrian deaths Included a larger percentage of all deaths from automobile accidents & 1932 titan in the previous year, there is one fact disclosed by an analysis of pedestrian accidents hat is encouraging. The number of pedestrians killed While walk* ng on or along rural highways was smaller In percentage than In the year before. Whether this improvement was due to more care on the part of drivers ot on the part of pedestrians, or both, is not'as Important as the fact that the better experience prevailed, because this Improvement proves that something can be done to safeguard life and limb, once people make up their minds to take the necessary precautions. On the whole, however, the analysis of experience by The Travelers Insurance company presents somewhat of a hopeless picture of the pedestrian's joint responsibility with drivers for many accidents. Forty-seven per cent of all the pedestrians killed in automobile accidents In the United States in 1982 were cross- Ing streets either against signals, diagonally, between intersections, or from behind parked cars. It is apparent that many pedestrians trust their fate to luck alone. Deaths of pedestrians along country roads numbered 1,760 last year. tt is a conservative forecast to say that fully half of the pedestrian fatalities could be prevented if only pedestrians themselves exercised the same degree of care which they as walkers seem to expect from drivers. What an opportunity pedestrians have to prove to drivers that Just common-sense care in the use of streets and highways can pay big dividends. Never were the words, "Stop, Look and Listen," so meaningful for pedestrians as today. Le*d^ Wdftt Ad* COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS . CtfMtf, VMWitM, ld*«. Afrff *, 1S1*. Oft tfria tie ftth day <rt Aprtt, 1988, tfre Sc*rd ot pwft&airt to *dfOtrrniSe*t of Aptfl Sri, wftft aft ttfeftbtft present and acting. The minutes of the meeting of April 3rd were read and approved. the following warms Ureri Sifewdi: Alfred Defavan, ttaiettfcef RawTes Tivp.—-Cffftnty Fn*d - -$ 186.0*0 C. D. Delashintrtt, astessoT Lfea* T*p.—<Jo*ftty Falrd 1 144.00 Wm. D. Green, assessor St. Marys T'Wfr—^Colrtrty FttM i. 64.00 L. tr. Hicks, listing ad**—Win. An!a>af faiM i.^.^..^. 2.79 C. P. Klnney, Del. tat eoilector^^Connty Pt*d .^_^_.i.. 48.16 CMS. KaytOB. listing dogs^-Dioin. Animal Fnftd -i-i..-- 12.80 Harley Karr, listing aofs^-Doin. Animal PtsM —;..>-_—.. 6.40 M. D. Lang, listing dogs—Eton. Anfttal Fnad --^--^...^ 11.90 R. H. Mttyberry. assessor O** Twp.—County Fnnd ™— 466.60 W. H. Nagle, listing dogs—Doin. Animal Fund .^.^~. 7.30 F. C. Newell, listing dogs—Dom. Animal Fnnd .---.i.—i 11.80 P. C. Newell, assessor D. Creek twp.—County Fund -i__ 168:00 R. W. Rhoades, P. M., stamps-^Coaaty Futtd ^_-___^_i_^ 6.00 Mrs. Carrie Btoter, matron O. ladles home—Poor Fund __ 7.60 Boyle & Empkle, coal—Poor Faftd j.--i*«iii.*i-j.i*ii.i_ 10.60 F. E. Donelan, medical aid-—Poof Fund .i^.^^.^i.^..^ 60.00 Glenwood Water Dept., services O. ladles home—Poof Fond 6.80 Lee Gllllflllan, provisions—Poor Fund ****.* _i_.__i^ 12.76 Harry Lehman, provisions—^-Poof Fund ^i.*------*..-*..— 69 81 C. C. Madsen .medical aid—Poo* J*and s.**.****-**.^*^*. 21.96 John Olson, prervtsione—Poor Fflnd ^^i^...^^^^^ 8.68 Raynor Funeral Home, burial eipense—Poor Fund -*±**~ 89.00 Acres Blackmar Co., office supplies—County Fund **.*+*- 9.06 Boone Blank Book Co., office supplies—County Fand __._ 6,10 Boyer Transfer, drayage—County Fond ^.i.*-.*********.* .60 Mrs. Carroll Bloom, assisting Co. Sapt.—County Fund _. 4.00 C. H .Brandt, Bt. Marys Twp. trustee—County Fund .„.»-.* 8.90 Choate Publishing Co., printing—Cotittty Fund ***».»*».»* 66.02 Crescent Printing Co., office supplies—County Fund -**» 3 22 Dr. Van F. Barnes, dental work at Jail—'County Fand .a** 1 00 8. V. Cooney, boarding prisoners—County Fund *****».», 116.66 Citizens Power * Light Co., services court house and jail —County Fund -**«.»,»•.*.»«.«..„*.» *-*»».»..«». a .* i .4, ?i.86 W. 8. DeMoss, mileage—County Fttnd **»».•«•*«,».•».,.» 17.40 Darsow Chemical Co., supplies for Jail—County FUnd *••*. 16,98 Dr. Ward A, DeYoung, medical examinations—County Fund 6.60 Bess Dean, assisting Co. Supt.—County Fund *.-—«.,.-«. 4200 Emerson Mutual Telephone Co., services—County Fund .. 1.66 Emerson Chronicle, printing—County Fund .*....*-._,,.. 33,28 Mrs. Pollit and children ot near Strahan were over night guests in the Merrill Brlggs home Saturday. Sunday they accompanied the Briggs family to visit Mrs. Brlgg's sister, Mrs. Straight. Bertha Kellenbarger, Francis Bulllngton, and John Navert were Emerson visitors Saturday. EAST LIBERTY ASBURY May 9. — Mrs. Opal Bayes was a Council Bluffs and Omaha visitor last Wednesday. A. J. McGlnnla went to Des Moines Friday on business. call. They presented them with a beautiful set of dishes. A social time was enjoyed. JUST 46 POUNDS OF FAT CONE Yeal> Younger surely c»n recommend K»'u* Salts. } reduced from J50 to UO Ibs., my natural weight Mild J feel go yewt» younger, '4 pinch » 44J-, keeps the fat away.' " Mrs. Vftle Wftlter, 8e»t, tin, Washington (Pec. 30, 1033). Qnce a day take jCruschen Salts — one half teaspoon! ul in a glass of hot water first thing every morning. Besides losing ugly fat SAFELy you'll gain in Eugene, little son of Mr, and Mrs. Marlon Lang, celebrated his seventh birthday Saturday by giving a party at the basement of the Methodist church. Forty little guests were present and a good time was reported. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Cheney and daughters, Eleanor and Kathleen, were Omaha visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Coppage, Mr, and Mrs, J. L. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Evans attended the opening festivities at the Country club in Red Oak Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. H, Paxson were Omaha visitors Saturday. Glen Shook went to Lincoln Thursday and brought Mrs Shook home from the hospital Her sister, Mrs. Alta Shoap, re turned home with them. Mrs Shook is greatly Improved for her few days stay at the general hospital. Miss Euarda Huntsman went to Stenuett Monday to attend the eighth grade commencement exercises. Her brother, Eugene, is one of the graduates. Jim Huntsman had the misfortune to get his left arm broken last Sunday while playing ball at Mill Grove. But one bone was broken but that is enough to keep him out of the game the rest ot the season, jt was the team's first game of the season and Jim's last. And to add ft little more grief, they lost the game. Otis Huntsman and brother CHAMPION HILL health and physical attractiveness • — constipation, eas and acidity will cease to bother — you'll feel younger — more active — • full of ambition — clear skin — sparkling eyes. A jar that lasts 4 weeks cost but a trifle at auy drugstore lu the world — but demand and get Kruscben ang if one bottle doesn't Joyfully satisfy you — money back. ed their store, the City Market. •"— " old McFadon corner rooux ot the Co-operative company from the into the Farmers buU4ing last week, This Is their o!4 location when they operated the Emerson Department store au4 they feel like they are getting back home in this location. Mrs. Belle . I ter, Mrs. L, L. Parker ot with Essex sis- Mrs. P. N. Llddell and Eloise spent Sunday and Sunday night with the Kocherspergers. Mrs. Arthur Cole had Sunday lunch with her mother, Mrs. Shanor, In Emerson. John James and daughters, Carrie and Marjorie, were Shenandoah visitors Saturday. Mrs. Carrie McLain and daughters, Pearl and Velma, and Georgia Hatfield were in Red Oak Thursday. There is quite a measley bunch in the Champion Hill vicinity, To date we have heard ot the Bishop children, Francis Uugry, and Harold Kellenbarger. Others are expecting the bug to get them soon. Ruby Straight and daughter, Darlene, Ella Kellenbarger, and Wayne and Max Bullington were shopping in Red Oak Saturday afternoon. Miss Mildred Emery who formerly taught at Warner school visited friends in this community last week when she was tne house guest of Mrs. Edith Parker. She stayed Thursday night with the James girls. Some of our young people attended the prohibition meeting in Emerson Thursday night. We were quite well represented at the meeting Sunday afternoon also. Miss Ida Delehant was an over Bight guest In the home of her pupil, Marlon Briggs, Tuesday. Arena ble Fra?ler a»4 Hadley Parker took the state eighth grade exams last week, Joe Allen missed all ot last weeks school hut Monday on ao count of sickness. Francis Parker was an Omaha visitor one 4«y last week whe» he had cattle on the market. Miss Ida Delehant was an over night guest in the Art Frassler home Thursday where she enjoyed birthday supper b,on,or.lng the Fra?ier twins, Dale and Call, tt was the fifth anniversary of birth. Thursday. The four eighth grade pupils: James Lloyd, James Douglas, and Kenneth Thomas, went to Emerson to take the county eighth grade examinations. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook of Glldden came Saturday to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Huntsman. They returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Hicks of Red Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cook of Glidden were dinner guests Sunday evening at the Venard Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Venard Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvle Douglas, an4 Ora Douglas were SUenaudoah visitors Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. George Huntsman entertained a group of young people at their home Monday evening with a surprise party for their son, Willie, in honor of his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Opal Bayes go to Omaha Wednesday to bring their infant son, Darrel, home from the Immanuel hospital where be has been for several weeks, East Liberty Methodist Church This week please finish your reading of the Psalms to the 41st and then start the new assignment of II Corinthians. This is to be finished by May 24. We are sorry that some have been sick and hope all will soon be well and back at the services. Next Sunday Is Mother's Day. It is appropriate that we observe it in the church. We shall try to have special, piulc and the sermon. Church school at 11 with a lesson on "Our Loyalty to Christ." If you do not have a church home you are invited to make this church yours. OAKS Hftl4emsm} enjoyed Sunday 4tniier with hi« parents in. Red Q»k, uucle «f Mrs- Blihop, died FrWay »o4 Sptcial Combination Rate ^d^^p^flpwwi^'-ww'^p ^p^w^^^ip^ijiwp"' ^nwW^HP^MWMHH»F Oaks Sunday School Note* Oaks had an attendance of sixty-seven last Sun4ay including several visitors. Bud Cronkey ha4 a birthday the past week and dropped his pennies in the birthday bank. Don't forget our Mother's Day program next Sun4ay afternoon. This program will be given fol-. lowing the losson hour. Would like as many mothers present as possible. Rural PupiJi Earn SpellingAwards The following pupils have h&4 100 perfect spelling lesson.*: Walnut Grove; Qertru4e Good,, West Liberty No. 1; Crouch ana Robert Qoheeni « w t*r An* »n4 Max Prairie Creeks Mary ana win Batw Van Miss Ruth Pierce of near Hastings was a guest Saturday night of Miss Kathryn Anderson. Miss Kettle Henderson and Miss Olson drove down from Omaha Sunday morning and visited at the home of the former's sister, Mrs, L. G. Adams. Donald Anderson and Miss Barnhiil, teachers in the Neola school, were Sunday evening call* ers in the home of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs, C, S, Anderson. Mr, and Mrs. C. I. Shapcott and children were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of bis sister, Mrs. Llntner, near Emersoo., Mr. and Mrs, B. J, LookabiU and daughter, Ruth, drove to Red Oak Sunday morning where they were guests in the home of his aunt, Mrs. Judd Lindsay, whose birthday occurred that day, There were twenty relatives present to help her celebrate the occasion, Miss Hazel Owens and Howard Lopkabill of Malvern 4rove to Council Bluffs Sunday afternoon to visit the tetter's brother i» a. hospital there, Mr, an4 Mrs, Frank Du Vsl nn4 son, Alan, were, dinner guests Sunday of her sister! Mrs, S, P, Stranathan, and family north Ol Glenwood. There was a gao4 attendance at the meeting of th* Iftst Uh» erty Cemetery awojsjstiwj held/to Malvern Saturday They discussed some w.0rH» plans as to how best continue upkeep of the cewetejry aj}4 tbe decision was t<} ask far wwrfe t» be donated at the present time. lire. L*ura Reruey mA JfQ»ie were Qltayo&g Ytoltarf Mo.n4§y, The former Yiftt*4 Mrs. Winnie Moore, a B 4 th* ter atteo,4e4 tfee ?pflvftBj)iipji . C. A. Fllnn, repairs at court house — County Fund *, J .. fc ^ Glenwood Water Dept., services court bouse — County Fund Whitney W. Gillilland, commission on flues— Fine Fund . Whitney W. Oillllland, mileage — County Fund _________ Hoist Printing Co., library books— Library Fund ________ Herndon's Cate, Jurors' meals — Court Expense Fund — * Hammond ft Stephens Co., office supplies— County Fund — L. V. Hicks, assessor Emerson town— County Fund ___ ...... The Iowa News Co., library books — Library Fnnd ______ D. O. Jamison & Co.. supplies court bouse — County Fund. Jackson & Lawler, insurance premium — County Fund » __ Jenkins & Fergemann Co., office supplies— County Fund „ . Koch Brothers, office supplies— County Fund __________ 262.26 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., office supplies—County Fund - .. 79 64 Chas. W. Kayton, assessor W. Cloud Twp.— County Fund . 174.00 H. H. Kayton, W. Cloud Twp. clerk — County Fund ____ . 2.00 assessor I. Creek Twp. — County Fund ------- 192.00 l.eo 62.02 7.60 1.80 13.20 6.66 6.66 81.60 1.93 1.00 112.38 12.16 Macmillan Co., library books—Library Fund Mills Co. Farm Bureau Co., second appropriation—County Matt Parrott & Sons Co., office supplies—County Fund ... O. W. Myers, coroner's fees—County Fund Mills Co. Abstract Co., abstract extension—County Fund . Metropolitan Supply Co., office supplies—County Fund ... Malvern Leader, printing—County Fund '__.,. . .. 160,60 NW Bell Telephone Co., services—County Fund . .... 124,18 Fred Nix, bailiff district court—Court Expense Fund .... 1,00 W. H. Nagle, assessor 8. Creek Twp.—County Fund ..... 163.00 People's Natural Gas Co.. gas court house and Jail—County 310.69 Pottawattamie County, insane commission costa—Insane Fund (Not allowed) . ....... . ..... 32,00 v ! Perkins Brothers Co., office supplies—County Fund ,. 6.1B # Pacific Carbon & Ribbon Co., office supplies—County Fund 18.J ' J. F, Riggs Publishing, office aupplleB—County Fund » L. 8. Robinson Jr., office ~ Wilson, assessor Anderson Twp.—County Fund •a m Wfii * Co -> NW Reporter—Court Expense Fund , *». T. Wellons, defending prisoners—County Fund J. F, Greene Jr., commissioner's fees—insane Fund Frank Donelan. commissioner's fees—Insane Fund '"" J. M. Donelan, commissioner's tees—Insane Fund N. B. Genung, commissioner's fees—Insane Fund H, C. Stranathan, conveyance of Insane—Insane Fund" T, V A Cooney. conveyance of insane—Insane Fund _.."" E. E. Goodrich, Justice's fees —Court Expense Fund .. Lewis Anderson, constable's fees—Court Expense Fund 8. V, Cooney, constable's fees—Court Expense Fund "" W 'Jr T?rt'?.« 88 ,'.. con8tabIe>B * ees — Covrt Expense Fund"™ u. Hi, Wultneld, justice's fees—Court Expense Fund Jake Frazler. constable's fees—Court Expense Fund """ Blrdelle B. Wilktns, Justice's tees—Court Expense Fund" Lindsey Brooks, constable's fees—Court Expense Fund " J. D. A4ams Co., supplies—Maintenance Fun4 ,._.!."" The Alemite Co., supplies—Maintenance Fun4 ' ~" R, J, Allen, repairs—Maintenance Fund ., AUis-Chalmers Mfg. Co., supplies—Maintenance"~Fun4T"" Strodaard Adams, repairs—Maintenance Fund R. M. Bacon, repairs—Maintenance Fund "~""" " Ralph Buffington, piling—Maintenance Fund""""' " A. C. Bucb, repairs—Maintenance Fund ,.„!" """ Carl Buoh, repairs—Maintenance Fun4 ,_ *""" Boyer Har4w»re, supplies—Maintenance Fun4 J *" Citizens power & Light Co,, services at shed—Maintenance R. H, Daniel, supplies—Maintenance Fund Emmet Delavan, storage—Maintenance Fund ,;..."""" H. A. Parting Oil Co., gas an4 oil—Maintenance Fun4 Fullerton Lumber Co,, supplies—Maintenance Fun4 Olenwoo4 Lbr. Q Coal Co., lumber a«4 supplies—MaTnten" ance Fund ».—.-«..»..-,•.». •»..__„_ Qearbart Lumber Co,, lumber—Maintenance FunS"* Green Bay Lumber Co., supplies—Maintenance Fun4"I" Greenwood Lumber Co.. supplies—Maintenance Fund Alfred Hall, supplies—Maintenance Fund ,,_ " Harbor Estate, supplies—Maintenance FuwT "* " HPJ4 Fast Chain, go,, suppiies-^-MalntenaRce pSn4~' Haw Har4ware Co,, supplies—Maintenance Fwn4 7 Interstate Machlaery Co., s-uppliea—Maintenance Fund"*"" 1SI B /W* K!**% Co " WH^-^a^tewnce *mt~ lows Culvert & Pipe Co., culverts^Malntenance Fund ^" 9n TJ"l Wft ^,^^P» e ?~M9Lfltena n ce^ 4.07 260.00 61.10 6.40 8.00 18.36 20.00 10,00 43.00 18,00 3.00 21.00 17.60 10.40 14.00 .90 3.76 , Lavigesen. OU« Mtttor TJiwSwr & MsteMftp & Sp« 4 lakft MisttS, pJto«- Mteft^flUw Power Jm Mag* jBgtel? Q« Os., M«r»|a Wheel & BJ ffi Fund •"•-T'-W '""" 806 30 00 13 46 187 62 a 06 f'SS 11019 3100 S is uiw i«o BB 500 m 51 2491 i o«i m 264 32 480 all «'sf lii g IB I'M asala I'll '«| : ?*»8° 51 .<:,! *fje /!); L 4' I lagaasi^ffl™ InK^-MHlntonW,,.;? S.._j *** TjtT-»T*»Ts-* 414 8flVl«ly ipt il W«4fl««4iy *tt»l>

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