The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algonk, Iowa, Jan. 11, North East * Kossuth Page Ledyard Men Strive to Keep Beet Dump from Being Moved to Minnesota VISIT MASON CITY PLANT OFFICIAL Had Been Proposed to Move The Dump To Frost, Minn. Ledyard: Thursday, a group of men drove to Mason City to Interview the sugar beet company officials concerning the sugar beet acreage here for 1938, and to attempt to keep the beet dump here, There has been some talk of moving it to Frost, Minn., but it is hoped now that it will be kept In Ledyard. Those who went were: Joe and Howard Mayne, P. C. Jorgenson, August Klinkslek, Julius Lentsch, Alvin Busch, Arthur Krammesmel- er, Charles Bashara, John Hartshorn, Jerry Kelllng, Tice Brack, Ray Gordon, Paul Zielske, J. A. Lloyd, Alfred Barslou, Ted Wallen- tlne, Walter Hans, D. A. Carpenter and E. V. Koestler. Lakota Lutheran Aid Entertained Lakota: Mesdames George Schroeder and Aaron Hans entertained the Lutheran Aid at the church last week Wednesday afternoon. Election of officers resulted in all officers being re-elected. Mrs. Richard Zielske is president; Mrs. Aaron Hans, vice president; Mrs. Lou Nltz, secretary, and Mrs. A. C. Klocke, treasurer. Hebron News Hardy Jordan^ assisted John Badje with butchering last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Grace Berkstcln Is quite 111 at the home of T. A. Wilson at Buffalo Center. John Osland accompanied Ed Thompson to Albert Lea with a loao" of hogs last Wednesday. Mrs. Hip Blondin of Elmore spent a few days at the home of John Jordan! the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loos visited Mrs. Grace Berksteln at the home of T. A. Wilson last Tuesday afternoon. Olaf Fjetland assisted his brother Carl with moving recently. Carl purchased a farm near Forest City last fall (Mr. and Mr*. George Gallagher are the parent* of a new baby girl child and all three are girls. Bather Loos Is getting along quite •well after her operations and she is now at her home hoping she wTll have no more trouble for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl spent last Sunday with their son, Cary- loru 16 Folks Surprise Ledyard jSVoman at Birthday Gathering Ledyard: On Tuesday evening 16 friends and neighbors surprised Mrs. Edward Halverson, the occasion being her birthday. After a pleasant evening the guests served home made Ice cream and a birthday cake which they had brought. Word from Travelers Friends received word from the Leon Worden family that they had reached Los Angeles on Wednesday evening, Dec. 29, having taken a week to make the drive. They expected to be in Pasadena to witness the Rose Festival on New Year's. Farewell for Priest On Tuesday evening the members of the Sacred Heart church held a farewell party for the Rev. P. A. Sturm who left Thursday td take up his new work at Rockwell City. About 150 attended and cards furnished the entertainment. At the close of the evening Father Sturm was presented with a gift of J80 and Miss Josephine Wledmeier with $10, in appreciation of their splendid services while in charge here. Home from Hospital Lawrence Flynn, who had an appendicitis operation in the Buffalo Center hospital ten days ago, was able to be brought home Friday. Mrs. W. Brand and daughter of Pvbbard visited last week with her p* ents, Mr. and Mrs. August Knoner. On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. D. A. Link entertained he" close neighbors at a tea in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthune and twins of near Elmore visited last Tuesday afternoon at the Edward Halverson home. Alice Hagge visited last Tuesday at the Harvey Thompson home near Elmore. Mrs. Thompson was the former Arlene Drew. On Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson and daughters. Alvira and Marvel and Miss Maarine Doores were dinner guests at ihr Harold Granner home. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar and son, Sidney, and Alice Johnson drove to Minneapolis Tuesday and Mrs. Skara went through the clinic. They returned Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hattle Collier of Morrison, III, who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity the past week, spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Richard Zielske. Mr. and Mr*.' J.'H. Welfare and daugWSShr wwPSwea Clly "canen last Monday evening. Cleo Gable remained and visited at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Freda Leland on Tuesday. BACK BROKEN, RECOVERING IN HOSPITAL HERE Amos Krominga Reported Better—Broken Vertebrae Near Shoulders Mrs. Beatrice Osland spent a few days with relatives in Story county last week. When In need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly examined by DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. A***, Life Of The Party Beady to wrve at a moment's notice. Yes Pepsi-Cola coou fatter in your refrigerator, and ia GOOD WITH EVERYTHING. Order Pepsi Oola from your dealer. Drink Pepsi-Coin everyday. Sold everywhere. DOUBLE SIZE-DOUBLE QUALITY Fort Do^Te"Bottllii* Works ierled Folks Back Near Normal After Holiday Excitement Gerled: The holidays are past and he Gerled postofflce, in common with 50,000 others, has dug its way ut of the accumulated litter of pre- Iliristmas days and has returned o normal appearance, with the mails coming In on regular schcd- iles once more. Titonka: Amos Krominga, who suffered a broken back last week, Is •ecuperatlng at one of the Algona lospital. He was struck by a fall- ng trees, while chopping and cut- ing them down. His wife is dead and he has had a room at the May- and residence in town. His three sons, Reinder, working on the county roads maintenance; Amos, Jr. n town, and Andrew, newly marled, are doing everything possible :o make htm comfortable, as are two daughters, Mrs. Fred Welp, southeast of town, and Mrs. Claus Daniels, Elmore, Minn., wives of 'armers. Mr. Krominga nnd two sons, Amos and Andrew, were assisting their father In cutting down :rees for firewood at the John Helmers farm when the accident occurred, Dec. 29th. The break Is reported as two vertebrae between the shoulders. Mrs. William Rlcklefs recently entertained the Work and Play club at her home. Mrs. John Wilson of the Wilson Cafe, was entertaining her mother from Lake Mills last week. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Guernsey, sons Robert nnd William, and daughter Ijorraine were Sunday guests at the W. J. Denton home a week ago. Watson Hamstreet, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Hnmstreet, has returned to Iowa City to resume his college work folowing the holidays spent at home. Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher and son, Stanley, have returned from Des Moines, having spent the hoi- days at the home of their aon, Robert and family. Mrs. Ed Intermill, son Lermond, and daughter Miss Eleanor attend- d the funeral of Paul Intermlll at Fort Dodge, Jan. 1. He was a brother of the late Ed Interm'.II. Harry Beede, hardware merchant who submitted to two operation Tor glaucoma, is at home and Is able to come up town, although unable to do any work, and- barely can distinguish persons whom he meets. Miss Lela Peterson, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Petersen south of town farmers, who has been employed by the Sonnenberg •tore for the past several The Ed Dontje family spent their oliday season at home as Mr. Dontje is ill with a bad cold. The Ole Gerdis family spent their Christmas day at the home of the Jlck Dontjes at Guckeen, Minn. The little Mayne twins of Ledard spent their birthday last Wed- esday at Gerled with their aunt, Mrs. Frank Kelly. The D. O. Friets family and Mrs. i"lnn were entertained at Christmas ive dinner at the Albert Friets lome in Elmore. Three little folks, jne^tree and a heap of gifts made t an honest-to-goodness Christmas ive. Mrs. Finn returned to her daugh- er's home In Elmore, New Year's day after the last mail, for a belat- id Christmas day dinner. She had ipent Christmas day In Elmore also but due to a bad case of tonsilltls on her part and a sudden sick spell of her daughter, the Christmas dinner did not occur and the two spent he day wishing ardently that they were two other people. Of holiday activities in this vic- nlty, the principal gathering was Christmas day at the Oleson home. The three sisters of St. Paul came lome in their new car and Miss Agnes of the Swea City schools, spent her vacation at home. Besides these, Xmas dinner guests In .he Oleson home were the D. O. ?riets family. The little Misses Margaret and Karen Friets remain- d for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly spent Christmas at Fairmont with his jeople at a family gathering. Miss Delores spent her Christmas vaca- ,ion at Ledyard with relatives. The "amily spent New Year's day at the lome of Mrs. Viva Thackeray of Armstrong. Mr. Thackeray will be remembered as the young man who was fatally injured Christmas day five years ago while guarding a stalled snow plow at Gerled. . home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bonacker Legion commander, and Auxiliary president, assisted by Mr. and Mrs Elmer Petersen and Mrs. Sadie Denton, were joint hosts and host esses to members of the American Legion and Auxiliary at the Amos Bonacker home. Mrs. Emma F. Heifncr, who has been sick for several weeks, is again able to be up and about her home. Her son, William, who came from Mlssouln, Montana, to spent the holidays with his mother, and his daughter, Mrs. George Bon acker nnd family, left for his home Sunday. Hebron Twp News Marlon Sleper is spending a ffvi weeks at the home of her aunt, Mrs Joe Sandum, Mr. and Mrs. John Badje ant sons spent Sunday at Bancroft with her father and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin anc family spent Wednesday evening at the Ed Sismers in Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winters spent New Years with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winters. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klipplng o Forest City were Sunday dinnei guests of the Oscar Frandles. Omer 'Lcgried is spending a few days at the Clarence Hovelanc home with his brother, Darrel. John Jordahl is leaving for Koch ester this week to go through the clinic. Mr. Jordahl has beer. II for some time. Mr. and Mrs. John Badje enjoy ed a visit from some of their old neighbors from near Titonka las Wednesday afternoon. Donald Lyons, Hilmer Lunning Carl Halverson made a membershi] drive for the farm bureau in Hebron township lost Monday. Mr. and Mra. E. M. Hanson an lamily, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boettrh er and Joliet were Sunday dinnc guests of Nordahl Matson. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle an. family drove to Forest City New Year's day and spent the day witl Mr. and Mrs. Puul Klipping. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family spent New Year's day at the Murtin Thompsons. Milfor Thompson returned home wit] them for a visit until Sunday. Mrs. Oscur Frundle. Thelma am Omer, .Mr. und Mrs. Lloyd Log and Janice' of Brieelyn. Minn., am Mr. and Mia. Martin Thompson spent Sunday afternoon at the Ad riun Huuskins. Mr. and Mrs. Lurs Tesdahl an family, Mr. und Mrs. Louis VVallen and family, Mr. ami Mrs. Orvill Legried and little girl and Mrs Hannah Legried were supper guest last Monday night of Mrs. Beatric Osland. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Unclerbakk and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irvii Thompson and Marilyn, Mr. an Mrs. Ras Oswald und sons. Mr. an Mrs. Elmer Quum and Orlo, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heetland und little girl, Mr. und Mrs. Geruld Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hagcdurn and Mr. and Mrs. Gust Undorbukke and sons all enjoyed a Christmas party lust Monday night ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Oswald. Lakota: Lucile Pepoon gave the hird home project lesson, "Training he Appetite-, av the home of Mrs. C. O. Peterson last week Wednesday with 16 women present for the all day meeting. In addition to the lec- ure lesson patterns for a sun suit, a dress and bibs were given to each one. The H. D. A. also had a exhibit of a child's chair made from an orange crate and little table made rom a grape box. Plans were made or the all-day meeting to be held at LAKOTA NEWS !\l. E. Aid Meeting Mrs. H. H. Murray entertained the Methodist Aid at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. This was the monthly business meeting and tentative plans were made for a George Washington dinner to be j^«d «k Ui* «tuttt>h jttninc raoov Feb. 22. Mesdames E7 R. Worley Harry Moe, George Winters and Oran O'Keefe will entertain at th January social meeting, Jan. 19. LAKOTA WOMEN PROJECT SESSION Held at Mrs. C. O. Peterson's; Other Lakota Community News the ,T. H. Holcombs Fridny, .Inn. 14, for men and women and the program will he held following tlir dinner. 60 Attend Ledyard Church Card Party Ledyard: On Thursday evening there was another in the series of card parties at the Sacred Heart church. About RO attended. The door prize was won hy Art Schissc! and high score in bridge by Vic Anderson. Dinner for Winners The Junior Christian Endeavor young people put on an attendance contest beginning Sept. 1 and closing Jan. 1st. and 11 children were perfect, so Mrs. O. H. Frerldnsf entertained them at a waffle dinner last Tuesday. It was also Jane Steenhard's birthday and her mother sent a birthday cake. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Board of Supervisors mot pursuant o Hdjournnment with all members resent. Motion by Morris ana 2nd by COR- irrovp thnt Don Nugent be appointed >rtlfylng Officer W. P. A Ayoa: All Motion by Cosgrove and 2nd by Fraser that the Itond and Cigarette icrmit Ira W. Hansen be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Bniim and 2nd by Fraser hat a refund of $3.04 be made on Lot Block 2 Ledyard, Inc. reason Kccep- ent of Old Ago Pension paid tnxei on same. Ayes: All. Motion by Congrats and 2nd by Fraser that Joe Tapper be allowed to lay the 2nd half of assessment In jrnln No. 110 In 1D3S. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser and 2nd by Mor rls that the M)M taxes be suspended on >t 4 and B Block 2 IIlRli Lnwn Add- tlon to Whlttemore reason Iloceplent of Old Age Assistance. Aye»: All. Motion by Baum and 2nd by Cod- grove that n pauper notice be served on the following persons: Oelbert JnlitiKon and Family: Mlllnrd I.owmnn and Family: Ed Fitch and Family. Kfchard Vnnderllnden and Family: Clarence Johnson and Family; Kd Fosnaugh and Family; Warren Ali- idam Ice: and Albert Oresge and Family. Ayes: All. 'Motion by Morris and 2nd by Fraser that the tnxes be abated on following property : W 14 2-3 feet of Lot fi, Lots 7 and 8 all In Block 8 Original Pint Swen CKy Incorp.; and Lots fi nnd n Block 4 Dourtes Addition to Swen City Inc. Lot R Block IB Western Lot Co's. Call's Addition to Bancroft, Iowa ; Ayes : All. Motion by Hnnni nnd 2nd by Cos- prove thnt tlie offlclnl Itoiid of Harry Schrnoder Assessor In Ledvnrd Incorp. for $500.00 lie approved. Ayes: All. Motion hy Morris nnd 2nd by Ulnnm thnt. the following list of Homestead Credits be allowed do to error In fillIng: TAXING DISTRICT NAME Algona Inc, Lylo B Reynolds Algonn Inc, Carl Dahlhsuser Upona Inc, Katie O Stevenson nuffnlo Twp, Rny Osterrelcher . ?enton Twp, Mrs John RclKbartn L >nton Inc, Arnold HalnilnKer lerman Twp. Henry Melnders lerman Twp, Henry Franzen Jr Lu Verne Twp, Frank Clapsadille l,uVerne Twp, W T McGolre Lotts Crock Twp, Albert Wlttkopf Dakota Inc, Chris Asumenson •;•••••••.;,'• Iliverdalo Twp, Rosella and Arthur Q Illg Swea City Inc, J L Van* ;'nlon Twp, Henry Kuech Whlttemore Inc. Henry Felder Weslev Twp, W 8 Cosgrove ., Wesley Twp, Olio K Flora .... nnd Co., plies .... lies ...... Pup- Sup- ,w:i Culvert Supplies . . mi-rete Products Co.. Supplies umbolilt l-Vni-p nnd Supply. Supplies <;iol>i> Slnch. nnd Supply Co, Supplies .T. O Adams Co. Supplies Sllge Iron Store Co. Supplies Cords Piston ninp Co.. Sup plies Central Auto Electric Co.. Snp- ,llcs Olbhs Cook Tractor nnd Eniilp. Co, Supplies • *v:i Mnehlne nnd Supply Co. Supplies Cioplernd Oil Co.. Supplies .... St.-mdnrd Henrlnsr.s Co. Supplies .Mils Chnlmors Mfc. Co. Sup piles Pens Oil Lubricant Co.. Sup piles -i,-in Rrll Tele. Co Supplies rtntterfleld Pen Lnbor !>nrn Test Corp. Supplies Peerless Oil Co. Snppl Shell Petroleum Corp. piles Sliell Petroleum Corp.. piles Standard nil Co.. Supplies .. --.'-".'.(fK rrxn Pr. No 4 1) H Mnyer. Lnbor tleo. Looft, Lnbor K O Stlnstrom, Lnbnr \villnrd Labor Elmore Cement nnd Tile Co.. Supplies Rock Islnnd Lumber Co.. Supplies Tltnnka Topic, Printing Dr. No " Chns K Chtibb. Engineer Jim Chubb. Lnbnri Cnrl finrrott, Labor Pick Hands, Labor Pr. No n Clins" K Chubb. Engineer .... Jim. Chubb. Lnbor Homer Nolts, Labor M. C Thill. Lnhor .Inmes Kelso. Labor Pr. No 12 C.en Looft. Labor P. n Mn.vor, Lnbor Ror-}; Island Lumber Co, Supplies Pr. No 24 Rock Island Lumber Co. Snp- Relnder Kromlnga, Patrol .... Lynn Kuchenrenther, Pntral .. Leo Pelpprdnnp, Patrol piles Kliuoro Cement nnd Tile Co, Supplies Iir. No 2.1 Lnbor "7 fll 2:11 ofl 14 7."i On Motion Board of Supervisors proceeded to Audit nnd Allow Bills as "Per Schedule of Claims Hereinafter Written". COCNTY FOND Harvey A. Graham, Hty. . Ruben I.uedtke. Bty W. W. Sullivan, Postage . Merw.vn llnbllng, Bty W. W. Sullivan, Postage .. .Inmes Kelso l»r. No .11 ' __„_ Henry Christiansen. Lnbor .. AMT 1030 1037 Puul Trnssuinr. Lnlior $1200 Albert Hostua Jr., Lnlior .... IfHO Iir No 1(1 1100 Phillip Fnunrgo, Lnbor 1327 132T Iir No 4S 1002 1002 (i r drnhnm, Lnbor 640 Pr. No (W Jttfl 030,1, R Stelnmnn, Lnbor 2500 220 Hr No. 7(1 2500 Hen Nolle. Lnhor 2BOO E. L Iliiber, Labor TOO COO Pr No "S 25 25 Pick linn de Labor 2500 2500 ; I'r No. SO 17BO 1750 Pnul Trn.ssmar, Labor 968 968 Albert Iliismn Jr.. Lnlior 1WK) 1800 Henry Christiansen. Labor ... 412 George Lonft, Lnbor BIO 010 I*. H Miiyer. Lnbor I Thompson Vnrds Inc, Supplies 117 X 17(1 01 ."2 .IS 1 S.1 (100 .Tt !>(! 2frt Rl 44 (W .VI 7(1 1H12 fill 10 SO 810 2o 40 l, r > .TO B 70 1 02 1"» (V> 1 Ml ftVi 00 2 0« 11(10 .100 I 50 II 00 R 00 RIO 10 SO l 14 115 50 R1 75 100 oo 17 12 30 1 CO 20 00 12 CO in .~iti 0 02 2 15 IS IKI 4 so 4 ,HO 1 20 Ex-Lincoln Lmly III Word was received here lost wood of the serious illness of Mrs. John Hill nt her home in Elmore, Minn. The Hill family were residents of Lincoln township for ninny years, when they were tenants on one of the Robert Hamilton farms. The A. T. Buckcls were visitors at the Andrew Boekelmans last week Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Biickcls inil son of Jewell, were visitors ru the A. T. Buekels last week. Mrs. E. R. Worley's division served the monthly dinner at the Methodist church Thursday cve- with 17 members present. The Rev. O. H. Frerking spent last week attending a ministerial conference at the University of Dubuque, returning home Friday. Mesdames Jerry Heetland, George Ennen, Lucille Ley, Alvin Rippentrop und W. Aelderks entertained the Presbyterian Aid nnd served the regular 25 cent supper at the churth Thursday. Ben Farrow, who has been ill for several weeks, was able to he up town one day the first of last week but had a relapse later in the week and Dr. Williams advised him to go to bed again. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schisset and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall attended a farewell party at Ledyard last week Wednesday evening in honor of Father Sturm of the Catholic church there, who is leaving to take up work at Rockwell. Mrs. A. Q. Smith reports that her daughter, Mrs. Bob Clemans of Titonka accompanied Mrs. Wolfe to Des Moines recently, when she visited Mr. Wolfe at the hospital. Mrs Clemans went on the Winterset for a visit with her father's brother and family. Clyde Butcher, who passed away from heart trouble at his home in Estherville recently, was 58 years old and had been an employee of the Rock Island railroad for 40 years. Mrs. Butcher was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Still, who about 35 years ago operated a hotel in Lakota and their daughter and Mr. Butcher were married here. They have five daughters and one son. City of Algonn, Light Scrv. .. Harold Luedtke. Bty Brady Transfer and Storage, fclmer osfflw/'^ty**?."'????.**.'* Chaa. Clnppsadle. Bty II. O. Pnvls, Bty Raymond HoTRUm. Hty Verl 1'atternon, Bty Rosella VolRht, Snlnry Mary K. Hand*, Salary Evelyn Pole. Salary Hotly Sheridan. Snlnry M. .1. Puff}-. Adv Hty Kdwln Luedtke. Ilty Pnrothy T. Shntto. Snlnry ... Lucille- Pole Salary Northwestern Hell Tele. Co, Tele. Serv Henry Mninach, Hty Wayne Hngcn. Bty J. H Frascr, Comm and Session W. K McDonald, Comm und Session W. S Cosurove, Comm nnd SeBslon Hotsfnrd Lumber Co., Supplies Oeorgc Holtzbnuer. Supplies Western Chemical Co.. Supplies! Pr. .lanse. Sled Koxsiitli Hospital, llosp Cure LiiVecne News, Printing Lewis Ilosmn, Bty Milton I'lir. Hty Selheri? Paul, Hty Pelln Welter, J. P Keen CHBC.V Loss. Sheriff Fees A. J Iloleschnl. Witness- Fees F A Keeker. Witness Fees ... R W Plniler. ."'oust Fees Ernest fi. Thlel. Const Fees P .A Pnnson, J P Fees mey Loss. Sheriff Fees Trliiin Neurotb. Witness Fees Mr«. .lolm MillllnH. Witness Fees' Mr". Ci'nd'frVy Strieker, Witness l-Yes Jiiclii Strieker, Witness Fcen Frnnk Hnuer. Witness Fees .. Kllille SliirtlHsiin. Witness Fees linns Koi-kler, Witness Fei-K Fl-eilil l-'islier. Witness Fl'es T W lii-ceii. SliirHhnll Feea .. I-' .,, NVu-l-llli'. C..IIM. I-'ees ... A H. Lnppe. Weed Couiui Alfred .llTpellsun. Weed Ciillllll Kn-siitli Co. Fiirm Htiri-uu. A|i- Hriiw'n's sVuiiln.'picture* ReinlllKtiill 'laud Inc.. Supplies Mrs Clotilda lliltcldsln. O. A P Invest Emergency Relief Administration. Certifying Officer Klll'tii Loose l^-iif Co.. Suii- plleri .leiiklns 1-Vriii-iiiullii Co.. Sup piles L. A Wlnkel. (Iffire Kxp Advance. Publishing Co., Print- Ill K Hun. re,ft ItcnlMcr. Printing .. Pnriiwax Co.. Supplies Clul->'ii/e Krnscr, Supplies H. L. Turner. Lnlior Cliu*. Morris, Cumin, niul Seosslon F. Wm Halliu, Cdiiim and Ses• lon .Fne It.-lliiUH. Hty Foster Furniture Co. Supplies Null,,mil ReempUiyiiieiit Serv. Office F.vp Clerk of District Court. Office Kxp Casev Loss ltd nnd I.oilire. 1 00 i! 00 0 00 1 00 D 00 51 Oft 2 00 Swea City Visitors Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Evenfjon anil son, Joe of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrj. Clyde Butterfield of Chicago spent Christmas at the parental W. O. Nelson home. The ladies remained here for u longer visit. Carrier on Vacation Irvington: Henry Scheppman, assistant local rurul mail carrier on Irvington's only rural route, started carrying mail lust Monday morning relieving Ben Terhune, who will take a two months' vacation. Win An Income for Life! Kilter the Aiuuricun Weekly Keiulcr foulest and win one of tin prizes. Complete detaim on l>ui;c 2 of the American Weekly, the magazine distributed with Next Sunday'* Chicago HeriUd 5 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 05 00 W (Kl 05 00 C5 00 2 00 M (HI 55 00 M 70 1 00 1 00 201 25 181 40 173 M» 10 K! 7f. Rfl :w oo 2:! oo 4 Mi iir> 1 oo 1 oo JO 7S 4 Ml 14 ar. 1 !KI 1 00 1 or. VI 7r, 13 70 h ll! 2 1*1 10 0(1 124 (11 3fl Kl 44 Ml (Ml 13 H S4 n no 2(1 70 1!>9 10 10'J 0:1 1 <*> 503 47 7 09 Win C H Shlrlev. Offhe Kxp Ostwlllkcl. Del Tux iL- Supply <",,.. Su I'hillllis. Supplies i.pulitiiii Supply I'.... 2Ss ill 4(1 2(1 Sup- up II A Melri l.ll K... ll Hri.llu'l'n. Sllplillcx Kill. tu I.iui.se Li-af <',>.. s piles ........................ IXSTITI'TK ri M» Miili-1 Sn.'dnlier. Servi ..... ---C. O. T"dd SiTvli e- ......... Klllllia Wiltkllis. Sll|iplie- .... Will. Shirley. Sill-Piles ........ rol'HT Kl'NI* fllM'V l.<:~- Mlle:iL'.' .......... ' C'ONSTKITTION' Fl'MJ Mrl.'uire Ilrr.s.. Ur.-i.llnir ..... iM.-Cuirt- |tn>~.. (irnillui; ...... M.CuIre Bni- . (il-nilliii: ..... If. M Siiillli Siil:irv ......... Dun T. Vui'eiiy. Suhiry ...... -loliu D. l-'r;( vrr. K.i'liiin u .... .lilt- Selfert finniini; ....... SIi"'i-l.e <' M. Million. Kit-lit uf- Wuy ' .T. 1 .T..hu I M. M.-ri '.\ iii Hrl.k-e Sui.plli . Suppl III.- . S s ,nk W. :i (17 II! 110 4« 44 :-..") (HI 4-j rl ,'lTi .".II S7I MI IV-'T OU 21". I*" Kill (Kl 4!! (in 7 III 7'' 11(1 -jr. l.v.i :-.-. rji 7u :«'.". M -jn on '-•7 (in ,. C Hutchlns, Lnbor Marence Ilaum, Lnhor II. T. Tnrley. Lnhor II W Post, Freight City of AlRona. Light Serv. .. II. W. Post, Frcldht ne Myers, Lnhor Railway Fxprosn Agency, F.*- prcxs M. J. Puffy, Adv FrelRht Northwestern Hell Tele Co Tele. Serv Tony Bellpr, Lnbor Ik A. Tcrnen, Labor Carl nnsoh. Labor Clarence Nemmers, Lnbor Knrl Plt.iwortb, Lnbor .. .Tunics M. LonR, Lnbor ... Lyell Miller. I'ntrol Peter Movlck. P/itrul Clifford Holmes. I'ntrol . SI. L. Worby, Patrol Kd linker. I'ntrol J. II. Montgomery. I'ntrol Hugh Hiitterfleld. I'ntrol . Mike linker. I'ntrol II. T. Turley. Lnl.i.r Clarence Hnmu. Labor Wilbur A. Fisher Patrol . Oliver Vipiing. Patrol A. .1. Illldnian. Patrol .1. I-:. Falk. Patrol Alton Pettlt, Labor Jay Godden. Patrol Arnold PelperiliiUK. I'ntrol J. F. Qiilnn. Patrol Slervln Mnrlow, Patrol .... .Inke Keller. I'ntrol Knrl Kurlnt,'. I'atrol Aline. Patrol Harry Helmke. I'ntrol Wm.'F (Ironbaeh. Patrol .. Tom Weir. I'ntrol Frank J. Ilurke, Patrol Hubert Mergeu. Patrol S ll Mi'Dnnnld, Patrol ... Win O I.udwlg. Piitrul ... F.d Wlllnrd. Labor Toe M. Fnser, Patrol Ralph Marula. Patrol Fred J. Coon, Patrol lltil II IlerryniHii, I'atrol .. I-M Fuehsen. Patrol John Ilaiiseliiian, Patrol L Hilher. Patrol Hen Nolle. Patrol Her! Slu'llmyer. Patrol W Heerclt. Labor Albert HoHiua Jr, Labor M. C Thill. Lnbor Ceo I- 1 (irnlium, Labor W. II Itlcklefs. Labor Pick Ilnnde, l.;lSur Herman Hruns. Labor Joe Slattern, Labor Jaine.s Kelsn. Labor MlkH Freilinger, Lnbor fi Stlnstrom, Labor Henry Clirlstlanson, Labor .. Puul Krueger, Labor K. .1 Soiinenerg, Lnbor Peter .V. Tlillgcs. Labor Hunk Allts. Lnbor Geo. Kchtck Labor Alfred WUtkopf. Labor Slelvln R. Hawks. Labur .... Psnl Trasaruar. Labor Will Knight. Labor Ctias. J Hoffman. Labor Victor Thnvea, Labor Hurry Winkle, Labor n. N" Munson. L.ibor C H Cooper, Labor K. I Fisher. Labor Andrew. Labor C. II Steinbcrger, Labor Chun Harris. Labor Win. Hedrlik. Labor KnsMitb Motor Co., Supplies Putch Super Service Kuppliey Kliuore Cement and THe Cu., Supplies W. K Ley Service Stutlon Supplies Idi.-k Isluiid Dumber Co.. sup. piles Artlmr Pelirson. Supplied .... K. and II Clicvrolet <V, Supplies Yards Im- Tl pil Fa nil,-i ^ pile, Ch - : Hut .I',.i(in -, -nl., pile- . Fred Se> F. S .N..;• M. C.,rmli pli-s Fh.>.| M .Mi M:I IV Way II,-. Supplies Muchlui* Sin Sup P. Sup 45 SO 42 0(1 42 00 inn 2s in is !l 21 14 (10 2 m S 25 n sr, 40 20 40 HO W 20 - W IO II 00 45 00 (15 10 1C 40 ss ?~ S7 50 K7 HT 75 SI I 4." MI i: in :i: Kl 7(1 45 5(1 45 5(1 SS '.Ml HI 50 <I1 (HI 1(11 4-'P 100 (HI 50 50 115 (HI 75 (HI til (Kl S7 50 1:15 S5 111 7(1 S1I '.15 S7 .",(1 "II 10 100 IK) s7 r^i 41 5(1 01 00 H7 50 S7 50 70 Nl 115 (Kl 17K HP HC (Kl 1S7 20 7li 1(1 U (Kl II 00 51 (1(1 Wl 0.1 2(1 25 Ml 15 15 75 :i 0(1 01 I'll 51 (Kl 1(1 00 2 0(1 10 Ml :t (Ki 51 00 87 50 4(1 (15 4-' OH 21 0(1 27 0(1 •M 00 1H 75 III Si) :l (10 45 00 24 SO .10 (UP :t:t to 21 VI 211 -•-.' 22 08 18 IKI 1 4J 25 21 11 K> L'd u:: 711 Ml Sup- J .S. Latla, Supplies Beekley Curdy Co, S SI. Pain Co. Supplies POOH FUND Dlst. No 1 Dr Jiill.,e. Sled KoKsuth Hospital, llosp LiitluT.in Hospital Hns '' 't;iunint, Pro?. I'rov i.-letv. -III \V Krnst, (Icehlll. .InllUS,, I'rov. Pri. I' ill. .Supplies Pur.iy. Kin Elecli-i,- C" Printing . . . \Vi.rk-. Sup MAIM l'lt> 11.-i i-:\ \N( I-: W..1-U-. n,i.II.-- Kl'M) Slip Cut Ilali' (im M,,, ,- MI ,| x,),, K r> Kin-,-Hi ninl Sun Fiillii'-l'.s |-;icv:it,,i Kdri- i,'r;iin C,,. Sahi.,r,| in.I Lliu|..|j Mai-iin 1:1.-, iiei.i. i:,.|,i .. Mr-. .In,. I.i, i.ly. K, in C U Lkhlj . liciu . Fred S, lnnl.lt, All"wiinc Pist. N',, 2 Pr .Illllbe. Sled Kii^-iilh lliisjdtal, llosp II. 1C Sureiisiiii. I'ruv Cut Rate Drue. Prov . . . Pi 1 Crelil-llJUT. M,-li. .. Pr ll.iiirne.'Sled I'r. Hnuriie, Slid W T Pil.-l.i-r. PI-.II- R. A Clark, Prov !•' S N,irt,,ti alj.l S.MI. Fu Mi--. U'ui SI>cr~. Cn.-e Chi i.-II,Hi l|.,iu..- in-pl I-' l: Mrs. Dnnri-h. Rent \ M Collins.m. Rent M?t. No .1 ir Jnnse, Sled 'ut Unto firoc, Prov Mrs Ann !!lffrlt«ch. Cure : toonekcrs store. I'rov Fns-bendors, Prov T P Docrr. Rent Leo. J HnnlR, Rent Dlst No 4 Kossuth Hospital. Ho=p Cure Dr. C H Crctrmyer, Mod .... Kennedy Bros, I'rov R 00 10 00 2 00 7 no en on 8 2:f 2 n 10 oo 10 oo 01 75 n oo B W B 00 10 00 21 8?> 24 (« ITi OO fi 00 !> OO 0 OO Smith Pcpt. Prov. Mi-Mullen (.iroc. Prov. .. Art Murrny. Fuel 1. P McPonnld. I-'IK-I Mrs Augustn Heltr, Cure H O Drill. Rent II Sohrader. Rent .. T 11 Shcrldnn. Rent .. Plst No 5 Wnrhurtnns-, I'rov. 700 11 SI Pyer. Prov 150(1 Hill Top Pnlry, Prov 540 Thnves Sisters, Prov was l-'nrmer.s Klevntor. Fuel 20 0:1 Henry Kline. Rent 1000 Sirs. Hen Hushton, Rent 1000 'ounfy Farm Morrison, Labor 42 40 «<. Slorrlson, Labor 2220 Tohn Hennlnir. Labor 5000 Hotsford Lumber Co, Supplies 12 70 Frank L. Sillier. Light Serv .. 1(1 73 Pr Honrne. Med 2000 Wm. A Fitzgerald, Supplies .. 110 35 Fred Park. F.xpense .14 dli Jeorge Holtr.bniier, Supplies . 0 SO Jrahnms Store, Supplies 12 58 l>uro Test Corp. Supplies " " K. D James, Supplies 11 7(1 0 35 RKROLVEP: That the County Auditor I.M Authorised to Issue Warrants for bills allowed nt this meeting nn "Per Schedule of Clnl'ns Ilcrelnbcforn Written." On Slotlon Hoard adjourned until 0:00 O'clock A. SI December 10, 1037 K S Klnxey Connty Auditor Board of Supervisors met iinrsuant to ndjournament with the following members present: Slcpnnnld, Frnser Cosgrove and Baum. Absent: Morrlii On motion Board proceeded to midlt and allow Claims for Domestic Animals nnd Fowls klll",l Inrlnjf the year of 1M7. as "Per Schedule of Claim Hereinafter Written." tHMIKMTIC ,>-IM» f '-'Ml .Tohnsnii Hrothers. Steer Killed 55 00 Alfred Jorgcnnon, Sheep Killed 120 00 Klmer Jorgenson, Sliccji Killed 10 00 S. Herrberjfen, Sheep Killed .. 0500 Win. Hedrlck, Hogs Killed ... 1500 L J Hanson, Sheep Killed ... 3000 Lnwrence Hngedorii, Sheep Killed L. C Hutchlns, Sheep Killed A II Ouerdet, (leese Killed ... Sam nilixon. Sheep Killed .... Fred Orover. Chicken Killed .. (} A. Flndlcy, Sheep Killed .. Nick Klmdien, Sheep Killed .. Olto I-'ngstrom. Sheep Killed . L. K Colwell. Sheep Killed .. Henry Klscheld. Sheep Killed (leo. K Hutterflcld, Turkeys Killed .Tnmes Itrophy, Iloff Killed S. F Hlome, Sheep Killed Clifford Anderson. ~' ' Killed| Chickens lock Island Lumber C.o.', SllpiilleH iliuor* Cement and Tile (,'o.. Supplies • r. No 61 •; J Palmer. Labor lenry Chrlstlnnsen, Pr. No No C2. Labor Tohn Welch, Labor \lbert Hostiin Jr., Labor Thompson Yards Inc, Supplies Klmore Cement and Tile Co., Huppllea Dr No. Kl Choa IB Chubb. Englnwr .... Jim ctrabb Labor Homer Nolle, Labor Cnrl Oarrett. Lnbor Northwestern Oil Co., Supplies. Western 1'nlon, Telegram .... Pr. NII m Iowa Culvert nnd Pipe Co. Supplies ' Clinrlc.i Hiim-licy, T.nlior Pr. No 05 ICock Island Lumber Co, Sup- [•lli>» Pr. No IKI Meury Clirlst Inliseu, Labor .. I'/inl Tr.-ivsiiidr. i.nbVir . Albert llusmii Jr.. Lnhor rhoiiip.miii Yards lllc, SiupplleM nioiiipsrin Yards Inc, Supplies Hr. N.I l.'lll M. C Thill, Labor Kelso, r.aor Pr. No I.'I2 I'annel-s Cuop Society, Supplies >r. No 1.TI Weir Labor No l:i5 mpsoii Yards Inc, I! SI) 7 20 IS Ml 14 40 2 12 28 74 10 50 12 00 271 57 10 50 3 40 on Jon. Aninn, Sheep Killed .... Rnymond Otis. Sheep Killed .. II.' SI Patterson, Sheep Killed William Porter, Sheep Killed Sirs. Ida I'kena, Chickens Kill- W 'll. Vnhnke,"sheep"kVlle'd".'. W H HoldlnfT, .Sheep Killed .. llnymond Anderson, Geese Killed ........... ............... Wm. K Hroesder. Sheep Kill.'.! Clnrencc Bunkofske, Sheep Killed .......................... Joe A. Hlslns. Sheep Killed LcHov Killed I ir. fin n'.' No 157 Hck llande, Lnbor ir. No 1CII (! Stliistrotn. Labor t. L Krniitz, Labor Co, k Island i^uitiher Co, Silp- b 1 of'Vll -:,l Wllliinl. Lnbor .. b 1:1 of (to :. (i Stiiistrom, Labor II K No 2 'lias 10 Chubb. Knglneer . Mm Chubb. Labor '-'ill/erfmi Lumber Co., Supples rthern Lumber Co. Supplies 'oii'-rele Proillli-ts Corp Supplies Norlluveslern Oil Co.. Supplies " I'-.likt-ii. Labor Mid Continent pctrolco.ui cirp, _ Supplies Im Iiorweller, SupidieH low-.-i Culvert mid Pipe Co., Supplies II K. No 8 M C Thill. Labor lauies Kelso, Labor P. A K No I Thompson YardB Inc. Supplies KoHsuih County Maintenance. tinul. Tnniafer \y K. NO s-n ilcorge Si-hlHsel, Labor .. .. 'i'rl. Pr No l:u .Inmes Kelso, Labor SI C. TUII1, Lnbor I.IIIKAKY FUND New-son und Co.. Uupplles .... Follett Hook Co., Supplies .. A Fluinigan Co, Supplies lowu Public Readlnu Circle Supplies .Tohn C. Winston Co, .Supplies Hobbs Merrll Co Supplies .. (•Inn mid Co. Supplies Wm. Shirley, Freight II A Phillips Co, Supplies .. Central Hook Store J - n oo oo oo si 20 1 21 2 ni 3(1 (Ml 1.1 (Kl ::i r.o •I 27 I (III 1 OS 0 0(1 Leltny Thllges, Sheep Killed Agnes Sli iVrliU", Sheep Kl led . Henry Sillier, Sheep Killed ,. Joseph U. Miller, oueep Killed Harry Miller, '.Uie.-p Killed .. Cbaa. B Newel. rJiucp Killed John Driver, Ho|t» Killiil ... Roy Laraon. Calf Killed Henry Strocbel, Sheep Killed L. A Weber, Sliecp Killed ... Pave Weber, Sheep Killed ... P. S Wllhelml, Sheep Killed .. W J Wclshrodo, (Jeese Killed Wllllnmson and Hush, Slieep Killed J SI. Williamson. Sheep Killed (ilciiu A Iteece, Sheep Killed .. \Yiii. Kollcrdnn, Sheep Killed . L C. Pudding. Sheep Killed .. C M K Hudson, Sheep Killed .. llarvcv Steven, Sheep Killed .. W. C Taylor, Sheep Killed .. Lawrence Long, Sheep Killed . Andrew N. ThoniBen, Hogs Killed Orvllle Thoreson Sheep Killed i;,.li.-rt Kecfe, Sheep Killed .. I. W. Kesse], Sheep Killed .. A A Preyer, Sheep Killed ... I-. 1 . SI Powne, Sheep Killed .. L II .luilkcruicicr, Sheep Klll- 70 00 8 00 3 00 20 00 SO 27 10 00 10 00 40 00 00 00 9 00 25 98 10 00 40 00 e oo 10 00 30 00 10 00 10 00 4 00 20 00 10 00 2 50 8 00 10 00 20 00 s 00 24 00 ;n 00 8 00 14 00 10 00 1600 2SOO 10 00 10 00 40 00 10 00 4 00 10 OJ 35 CO 151 0,1 70 00 IK) 00 00 00 40 00 24 00 24 00 40 00 24 00 H W 40 on 10 oo 70 00 10 oo 25 00 10 00 Ponald .IOOH, Turbeys Killed Joe .lenklns. Pony Killed ... (Vj Fied L. y.clgler, Chickens Killed 4 BO 200 W K. (Jlllnu Sheep Killed .. 2000 L J Mullsel, Sheep Killed ... 10 00 4 (in Unify Miller. Sheep Killed .. 5000 4 0(1 Albln C. Slellke, Chickens Killed 7 00 207 L A. Sliiteni, Sheep Killed ... 1600 Waller .1 Schlltz, HogH Killed 30 00 000! Win. Senne, Sheep Killed ... 1800 I Hay Larson, Sheep Killed ... 5000 12 00, .lidiii Loni,' Jr., Hhcep Killed 1000 \V K Lane Chickens Killed .. 1260 RKSOLVKI): That the County Aud- lor Is Authorized to iKfme Warrants for all bills allowed at this meeting "Per schedule of Cliilma Ilereinhe- re Written." .Motion by FraB«r and 2nd by Coa- grove that the following assesuuienta be levied ngaiiiiit the following Drain- He Districts: Sub 1 of Drain No. W U :i 11 a two pel-rent levy. Draluage No 7 H nine percent levy, and Prninage lllslrlct No. 01! u five per- nt levy Ayes: All. .Mullon by Haum and 2nd by Coa- rove that the Hourd adjourn 1 ::tO P M. Duceuibt-r 10, MK17 Ayea: Supplier ... and Stationery Care Caru Cure 43 73 .1 42 227 37 11 57 S3 27 1 SS 2 84 I 11 47 61 532 00 4 .VI 5 00 5 18 C5M 41 M 8 00 U 00 II 05 17 M) 24 18 17 Ki 8 27 14 !l."i 8 44 6 37 4 80 23 15 21 62 21 SO 200 3D 07 00 w r,o Oil 2(1 5 00 li fiO s r,o r, oo 20 .VI ,"i Oo .'ill (Ml 1(1 OO i; no 11 i-.: 7 II 7 51 Is 00 PI oil i; no .'12 00 13. (HI •):; uo y w id oo 12 on 15 UO 5 20 8 tk) 10 00 14 2s lU Oil All E 8. Klnaey County Auditor ll'inrd nf Supervisors met pursuant t«i aitj.airiiauieiit with the following members present : SIcDonuld, .Uiiuin* i'u:-t:ri,vc aud FruHer. Absent: Morrla Miulli't' wua called to order for h.-.-trin^r <ui Kuat Hrulich ot Druln No. Ti having been publibhed uccurdiug t« law III the Tltonku Topic a Koaautu County paper, uud \VHKUEAS the repiut of Chaa. Cliubb t-iiglueer up|>oliited to make a survey <>!' , tiiidlliiins of said drain In itKaiils to repair work, having been 'wiIKHEAS the Chairman of th« Hoard of Supervisors usk for object- luu.s, ami WIIKHEAS there being no object- iniiii to (lie survey report of Cba* E. Chubb eMliijulc »t i-ubt of ujitterlal and the rontitdcratlou of the C C C .-amp fiirnUblui; the labor, and WHKKKAsi i h.- lli.iird of SuperrU- 01-4 n-ali/.e that suiil Drain id very inn, h in need ol' rtimlrs, mid feel that now \vi(h (h" aid ,.i (hu C C C Camp this v\»ik ii.ul'l l.e dune with u great .savini; n, the District. Thereri.il- niivv In- it resolved by (he li,,ai-,l ot Sii|,er\Uurs of KOBSIHU County luiva Ilia! tiiu n-iiort uf C E. Clnilil> lie approved AA<->: l-'rasi-r, liuum, Cusgrove. W. U r 1-. a M. Doual.l, Chairiuun Kiu-sey, Secrctery i.l ll.il .HUN I IIHVINX,. ; IllsTiiU I Il.VNCOt K-U(l''-il I'll JT. Ml. i-jti l!i..iril ,,; SlIpeM l-.jls ,,l k.' . ill,'I ',.. k ColilHV 1.1,'t IU to e.ill of All.I.(,,:•'.< H iiiemjer.-, iir-.ciit: SI, lioiK.1,1. M-urls. l-'i.i.scr. IL.ii. •< k (ircituau uud Klipp- ii K,,--.-iitli Couniy. UoariK t i^auiz,-,! l.y elt'ctllltf Orel- I'..., .iiuiu and Kiusuy an Sec* rciiu-j. T|M- hlinill..- U I' Hie !:;-! .lulllt illl-,.t- ni^' ...i l»!.uu II. K. Nu J .',U \veiii iilh uuulv: iK Ab. "I M .
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