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.i-%1 FEKTON SCHOOLS COMMEWDm ON WEDNESDAY Fenton: Baecalau'reftte alid com* mehcement exerelaes ^lu be hold May if and 40 "•**£**&«'& seniors. The services will .be Sunday at . the Methodist chureh with the Rev. J. O. Waterman ddiverina the seN mon. Barbara Frank will sing ft solo; music by the se*tette; M>« ftn « solo by Betty Jean Schwartz ano the processional and recessional -will be played by Charlotte Dunn, Commencement exercises will be Wednesday evening at .the *y mn ft: slum. Commencement Mnrch will be payed by Charlotte Dunn: America, audience; Invocation, Rev. J. 6. Waterman; 'music, girls glee club; address by W. R. Hamilton. Mason City; vocal solo, LaVonne Newel; presentation of class, Supt. V J. Tatum; presentation of diplomas, Otto Borchardt; class song, graduate; benediction, the Rev. J. G. Waterman. FRIENDLY NEKJHBOR C-.CH MEETS WITH MKS. DREYER The Friendly Neighbor club met Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. H. H. Dreyer with Alyina To fibfotft and Back by Air. Mrs, W» 3> W->l.bfod; Vehe*tteia and the <Mnea Obldnies, Mrs. Dofi Weistifod: the Plowing Road, WhUney, Mrs, Jbh« Llgfht. A lunch was served by the hostesses. •Mavftard Bufwash left Wednes* day fof Des iMoines to enter the air corps. • v Mf. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsoh and Agnes returned from Spring Lake, Mtnfi., Monday night where they had been for a week, Donald Jorgenson of Marshall, Minn., came home Wednesday eve- hlri* for a visit until Sunday at the parental George Jorgenson home. Mr 1 , and Mrs. Bennle Benwor. of Eaffl- Grtve «ame Wednesday morning 'for a visit at tho Bon Mitchell home artd with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Almon Vleths and daughter, Delia, of Los Angeles, Calif., and H. H. Glle 6f Emmetsburg were Tuesday night supper guests at the Robert Huakamp name. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and W. E. Stoeber accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Thorsen of Graettlnger to Fairmont Wednesday night to attend a priority meeting of Hall hardware dealers Mrs. Roger D. Bosworth of Atlanta, Ga., came Wednesday for B visit with her slater, Mrs. Lester Weisbrod and family. Prior i-> her coming here she visited another sis- ONION MOTHERS DAY GUEST MEET ATJENK1NSONS Union: l"he~annUal Mothers' Day guest meeting; wsw held at the home of Nellie Jenkftlson last .Thursday afternoon with Elizabeth Kohl as assisting hostesses. Mrs. Floyd Gardner presided. The program opened with the singing of America with Hazel Jenkinson at the piano. Joan Bode played two piano num* bers. Cora Reid read an article "To the American Mothers of 1942" by Anna Jarvis (she was the foundei of oMthers' Day. Marie Bode sang "The Shrine of St. Cecelia" accompanied by Ruth Heerdt at the piano A vocal duet, "When Evening Shades are Falling" was sung by Mrs. Bode and Audrey Heerdt. Veronica Gardner gave a reading, "Before It is too Late." Rev. Schaper gave two of hte pleasing humorous readings. The closing number was given (by Wim. Kohl's orchestra, which he recently organized. Boys taking part were: Wayne BJustrom, ; pianist, Richard Dale and Kenneth Brown, saxophone, Raymond BHs- borough, drum. Teddy Herbst, cor- neCand Wm. Kohl, clarinet. Wm. Motion by J. **. Qulnn>nd seconded by P. J. Melk«n that the follow- this !U Iff *• • **• ***,_.'»»'-• „-- — - ng resolution be adopted ttBSOlAJTION THAI' WHiEZREAS Ko«8uth County, Iowa, has on hand pf- Jchool Funds In the sum at ov«r and , Above the amount Board of Buperviiror* has Wen able o loan out and keep loaned and secured by 'First Mortgages on Jeal estate an provided by law, and which In the opinion of this Board cannot "e safely Invested In such real estate mortgages at this time, and, WHBH.BA6, for a considerable period of time, this (Board has found it Impossible and Impractlble to obtain safe Investments In IBonds of State of Iowa, or any political Bubdlvlslon thereof, _ . PRfECINOT Algona 1st Ward '11 .lo 'liruiutwjwr */*vn/ A-.V T *f ,*"£! this Board of supervisors Invest the sum of $46,000.00 of the Permanent School Funds of Kossuth, county, Iowa, In United States Savingsi Bond* Defense Series "Of' forthwith a.nd that the County Auditor of iKosSutn County effect said investment. Aye*. W S Cosgrove, W. E. McDonald, J?. 3. Helken, J. iP. Qulnn, and. J. H. Fraser. Nays: None. IRteuolutlon declared adopted this 28th day of April, 1942. •Signed: J. H. fFRASmR, Chairman. Attets: E. S. K.INSEY, Cotinty Auditor. Motion by Qulnn and seconded by Helken lhat the Judges and Clerk* for the June 1st, 1942, Primary Election be appointed an follows: JUDGES Harriett Setchell Ai» n na Algona Hazel Lusby f'OUNTINO BOAIRD R. S. Blossom Charles Rlley Oco. Mahoney Frank KJelgel O. C. ScHarlach J M. Moore * BOAIRID Mrs. Oeo. St. John Molon by M.cOonald and seconded by Qulnn that the following described property beg. 8 rds. W. of 0W corner of Lot 14, Block 1, call's Addition to Bancroft, Iowa, running thence N. 40 rods, W. 8 rods, fl. 40 rods, ®. 8 rods to beg., be Sold to Ada Rose Duddlng for the sum of $900.00 ana that Chairman 'Fraaer be authomea to sign a Quit Claim Deed of conveyance. Ayea: All. , On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as "per Schedule of Claims Hereinafter Written." COUNTY FOND Town of Whlttemore, rent of city hall not allowed t,. C. Hutchlns, assesslngi...$ 176.00 J. E. Smith, assessing ».w Joe Cogley, assessing 308.ro J D. Urowley, assessing «:om Michael Heiderachelflt, assessing John H. Heetland, assessing W, W. Sullllvan, P. M., post- B. B. ThomM. mtg. A ....... *.» Frank Clap*aadl6, mt*. .i..,. 4.W A. A. Schlpull, mtg. 4.W i. C. Allen, mtg. ... * 4.00 W. W. IHntSdOrt, mtg. . 4.00 W. J. Stewart, mtg. ........ 4.00 Russell «hlpler, mtg. ...,-_-- j.W E. O. Mann,-mtg. ... 4.00 Qeo. B. Ludwlg, mtg. 8.00 ohn Arndorfer, mtg. ., f.oo aeo. Clnk, mtg. eadore Mayor, ml?. Vm. Runchey, tntg. Mary Walsh Lee Hopkins Alice M. Hutchlns H. M. HarrlB 162.00 156.00 120.00 35.72 Algona 3rd Ward Birthday collections of a penny for every year one Is old, wsve given by Mefidames C. F. C, Laage, Henry Tiemart, K. H. IDreyttr, Don Weisbrod and Kenneth Bollthger. This money with the dues, is to be used for a defense .bonds. Names have been drawn* for a "Secret Sister" Packages are to be sent to the ''Secret Sister" on her .birthday and at Christmas time With no name signed. At the close of the year s. Christmas party will be held at Which time the /Secret Sister" will be made known. A poem, "A Country Town," was read by Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Hostesses for the June meeting! will b£ Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Edith Lauge. WOMAN'S CLUB MET AT STOEBER HOME TUESDAY The Woman's club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. H. Stoeber. Mrs. Ernest Vottelar was assistant hostess. Eighteen members answered roll call. Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. George Jorgenson and Mrs. Irene Yager were guests. After a prayer by Mrs. Stoeber, the Oath of Allegiance was given by the club. During the business meeting, Mrs. W. E. Laage gave a report on the amount or defense work done by the club members. A committee was appointed to plan the annual picnic for next month. Mrs. F. P. Newel is chairman. Papers given were: loo. She Will also visit friends at Emmetsburg. The Afternoon bridge club met Monday afternoon at the hornA of Mrs. E. J. Frank. Mrs. George Jent7 and Mrs. G. B.,JohnsorV played for absent members. Mrs. Arlo Ranney won high score honors and Mrs. J. A. Mueller second high. Prizes were defense stamps. This wa$ the last meeting until fall. Mrs. Beata Klatt was honorc-l ot n'Burprise farewell, Thursday night at the Chas. Glaus home. Five hundred was played at three tables with Mrs. Sam Warner winning high score honors and Mrs. John Grp.m- cnz the consolation. Mrs. Klatt was •presented with a gift. She leaves Fenlon soon but has no definite plans. •>-...' The Fellowship circle of the Dc- pew Ladies' Aid society met Wednesday afternoon at the Ole Berkland Jicni-4, Mrs. A-bert Cody, gave a reading and Rev. A. K. Qaard read the scripture and gave the prayer. Hymns were sung by the group. Guests were Mr. and Mrs 'Bonnie Benson of Eagle Grave, Mrs. Wilbur Andres of Boze- inon, 'Montana, and Mesdames August Christiansen, Nels Flint,, Roy Benson, Nels Nelson, G. V. Giffm, Merrit Giffim Henry Mnnsag:r, Lloyd Berkland, Art Berkland, J. Mellng, Herman- Norland and Nylcs Heggen. •Harry Nolle Mary Strelt Mrs. Ed. DeKellar "Mrs. Oscar Norman IBertha JohnsOn Mrs. Alwln Huenhold \ COUNTfllNKJ 'BOAIRO Julia Benson E. H. Hutrhlns H. C. Hargreaves Algona 4th Ward J- H B. H. Wray Linda Clapsaddle Mrs. Gale Towne I . A. 'Barslou, assessing 124.00 Kleanore F. Potter, assess'ng J-M.OO A. H. Hanna, assessing 13'i.w Robert 'Burtkofske, assessing. Wj.po A. H. iHanna, assessing __.:. 136.WJ 12S'.00 44.00 74.44 UBt . 25.0C Harry Schfoeder," ass'e'STng... 50.pt Bmil Elmers, assessing George Baas, assessing D. C. Ellis, assessing Herbert Schlltz, assessing — W. H. Patterson, assessing.. Don .Blanchard, assessing _. Northwestern \Bell Telephone Co., tel. serv. W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage recently won state honors at the music contest. The orchestra's music was well received and the boys are making a fine start toward stardom. Refreshments were served. JThe guests included Mrs. J. F. Schoby of Algona, Mrs. Lela'Gardner, Mrs. Ronald Gardner and Mrs, Floyc. Bode of Plum Creek and Rev. Schaper. The next meeting is the Rural School Day at Good Hope, May 22. The regular meeting of the Union township farm bureau was held at the Glen Jenkinson home last Thursday evening. Community singing was enjoyed. Ross Inman and Gerald Soderberg, 4-H club boys from Bancroft, gave a demonstration number. Mr. Reece of the U. D. M., entertained the group with strains of "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree." Community singing closed the program. The hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson', Mr. and Mrs Roy. Sarchet, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodds. • Buffalo Township L F. Callles * Peter Beenken Ida M. Sachau Townshlo - P. 'T.. Dremmet jownsnip „ „ Wolt2 John Kohlhaas M^ OS. C. Dickinson Vallle Trlbon COUNTING IBOAJF-D John Ovcrmyer John MoEnroe Marie Murtagh _ Wm. iStenzel " Chris Brandt Clarence Schutjer COUNTING BOAIRD Elvira Monlux Mrs. Tom -Sharp ,E. 'P. Hansen Ted 'Dunmlre Hugh MdDonald COUNTING 'BOAlRiD B. O. Chlman G. |W. Blelch O. H. Graham Clara M. Bruns Anna Andrews Geo. P. Hawcott Mrs. Virgil Schrader 132.00 104.00 128.00 152.00 98.00 15.0 R. _ _._ Dick Baftde, IftbOlf - iA ^a* c. «. 'Cooper, lAbor ,,*.i.tmis tit. No. &James Kftiso, )Ab*or *i-*«k^<« Clarence HentBeU, laBW • **t 6,00 4'.00 V III, J.VUJI*»»HJJ I -.- V D « ___,».-,-.— — — j AA ohn Bormann, mtg. -------- 4.00 Chas. Plathe, mtg. O. R. Jensen, mtg. _.. C. Oast, mtg. .. J. W. Bolllg, mtg. <•<» 4.oo . . , . .......... Chris Dahl, mtg. ---- ....... J.oo H. J. Kohlhaae, mtg. ........ 12.00 Sim Leigh, mtg. H. A. Warmbler, mtg. , . ....... . P. Bormann, mtg. ..... 12.00 John S. T. Blome, mtR. ILee W. Kessel, mtg. ---- ..— Guy B. (Risk, mttf. ---- . ------ Jouls Anderson, mtg. --- - — O. 'L. Thoreson, mtg. ------A. Emanuel Anderson, mtg... 8.00, 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 J\ t J.JIIItHI UCI -T---l-*->« "W-.( _.-.,_,.,__, ^^ Martin Mollnder, mtg. 8.00 Axel Erlekson, mtg.. Robert A. Harvey, mtg. 8.00 2.00 2.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 Cresco John -Simon TTotHo iviwnRhln Sam Larson Eagle Townsnip ................... Lawrence Thorson Lester Hanson East Lone -Rock OBurt Twp.) SENECA MOTHERS BUY CAPES FOR SCHOOL BAND SenecatThe Senecp Band Mothers noon speakers. met at the Seneca school -Tuesday, May 12, wlth-MesUames Seely -and Jens Petersen acting as hostesses. Mrs. Ray Osborn and Mrs. Jens .Petersen were named on the new cape' committee. Jun-e hostesses will be Mesdames Martin Wilberg "and Otto Wilberg. Mrs. Francis Siagle gave a reiport ori the Red Cross work done In Seneca. PROGRESSIVE FARMERS 1-H / CLUB MET AT FOLEY HOME The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club met at the Francis Foley home Wednesday evening with Robert Foley as host. Roll call was. a Noxious Weed. Paul Lynch told . ho.W to make a calf blanket and Errol Petersen reported on Methods of Weed Eradication. Robert FoJey and Kenneth Volgt had charge of recreation. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Foley. /• Elvln Godfredson will play ball this season with the Bancroft semipro team. v / . Donna Clauasen spent, Monday night at the home of her friend, Mywra Nielsen and helped the latter celebrate her birthday anniversary. Sunday dinner guests at the Chas. Osborn home were Mrs. Chris Madison, Milton Madison, Tinus 1 Madison and Mr. and Mrs. John Munch and son, John. Wednesday afternoon callers at the Rev. S. O. Sande home .were Mrs. Harold Nelson and daughter and grandmother, Mrs. Simonson of Graettlnger. > The Seneca Ladies' Aid meeting •will be held at the church basement Thursday, May 28. Hostesses will be Mesdames C. O. Bailey and Otto Wilberg. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson and Mrs. Simonson were Tuesday. evening dinner guests at the Harold Nelson home. Marjorle Brown, who is employed at the First National Bank at Mason City, spent tt»e week end at the home of. her parents, Mr. ana Mrs, Fred Brown. Marjorte, daughter of Mr- and . . ' > Mrs. Charles Osbornj is recovering from « touch pj pneumonia. She " has b«en confined to her pome since last week Friday, Mrs. Irvin CJasaen and Donna und, Mr. an4 Mrs, Qurtls Qteon »nd family were l(M>t 9un4ay llftf rpoon . callers at the Mrs. Carrie Larson home at Erametsburg. Alyse Olson w»4 Marie atruceker, ^ students, at busies* college in Mason City, spent lait. week end at their respective bonnes, the Curtw rie Larson and sons, Eldon arid Ivan of Emmetsburg. Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanrisen attended the 70th an- TITONKANEWS Mrs. Harold M«ler and Richard Meyer transacted business at Algona Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Myrtle Rippentrop of Mason City is visiting with her son, Thos Loats and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gray are the parent? of a baby girl born Wednesday morning at the Buffalo Center hospital. This is their second child, both girls. R. C. Thompson » Fenton Township £ a "^j^n-aon Gus Krause COUNTING /BQARID Geo. C. Goetch Fred Bohn Pete Jensom Roy Clark C. C. Smith M. N. Phillips Minnie Matern O. H. IJnde Viola Swanson Karl <Ewolt Merle Richards Henry IRelmers W. E. Stoeber W. C. Stamer .Frank Eigler Roy A. Clark, assessing MM Otto Wolf, assessing 168.« Bd Chambers, assessing Jj. H. Junkermeler, assessing Oscar Frandle, assessing Henry C. Nelson, assessing— O. W. Berggren, assessing .. Linus Vaske, assessing MO.w City of Algona, light serv. .. 8S.33 W. W. Sullivan, P. 'M., pos- »ge Ihno A. , — , - Camilla Cooper, assessing... L. A. Haglund, assessing Treasurer of State, use tax. IRtty E. Hansen, assessing .. C. 'F. McGregor, assessing — Hollls BenMchoter; assessing. Will Christensen, assessing Frank W. Elbert, assessing— W. AV. Sullivan, P. M., postage W. C. Stamer, assessing D. C. Gardner, assessing Wm. Hammer, assessing ... M. C. McMahon, sup. "5.09 M P. Weaver, tax sale Certificate No. 1082 'I'- 1 ' W. W. 'Sullivan P. 'M., post- nm age Henry Tjaden, mtg. Jens Sorenson, mtg. John P. 'Byson, mtg. .... Fred A. 'Dlekmann, mtg. _— A. Boleneus, mtg. die K. Flom, mtg. H. J. 'Sherman, mtg. Fred Kollasch, mtg. «. F. Schullz, mtg. Edwin Wlchtendahl, nits. ... Chas. Bormann, r'.tg. _ Kossuth County Farm Bureau, approp. 410.W COURT FIUND Francis Davidson, court reporter .... .W. L. WhlfneyTballirf 45.00 Gladys Watts, bailiff "•« Dcrmand's Cafe, jury meals. 10.7 IBAJTOK IJIISEA:SE FUND Iver W. Nelson, Indem. tatle aBW • ^ 5.66 Clarence Dr. Nd. 9»- . trtck Baade, later C. it. Coopef, labor Wm. 0 *. Sehrader, labor __- $M Joe H. culbertson, labor — ij.g. James M. Lonsr, !«.»_* __.,_ Alfred A. Schulti, labor ... Calvin Householder, labor.. Doyal Sanders, labor ._ «>•«{ D. M. Llchllter, labor —__ J-Wj Carlyle O. Johnson, labor _. |.w Olaf oftedahl, labor » sw Dr. No. Ill- John Welch, labor . ..._- K3eorf?e Looft, labor __—____ Dr. No. 125— Theo. Dorenbush, labor ____ iR. Ponieroy, labor _ Dr. No. 126- James Kelso, labor Clarence Mentges, labor ... Dr. No. 135— George Looff, iabi r ...— ._ John Welch, labor _ Dr. No. 156— , „, James Kelso, labor — « «{ Clarence Hentges, labor ___ 400 Dr. No. 165- . • , M George 'Looft, laopr ..-- } <JJ John Welch, 'abor 1 » Dr. No. 166- .. „» George Looft, labor ... 865 John Welch, labor . «.«u Dr. P. A. K. No. 1— M James Kelso, labor »••*> Clarence Hentges, labor ... m Dr. H. K. No. 8- „ James Kelso, labor 1«.Z| Clarence Hentges, labor ... »™ Dr. W. K. No. 3-H— •George Schlssel, labor *» •Chris Storvlk, labor ™ 8 »° Dr. hris St . W. K. No. 36-8»- .. 96.00 Andrew^Karels^ Indem. cattle 12.50 12.60 •ROO 14.00 4.27 158.00 544.00 124.00 152.00 86.00 16.03 72.00 152.00 124.00 Henry W. .Kohlhaas, Indem. nottlo 12.11 cattle _____________ Albert R"~Ander8on, Indem. cattle ____________________ T. B. .FUND Dr H. H. Raney, t| b. inspc. Dr R. E. 'Weber, t. b. Insp.. John H. OSrlch, Indem. cattle __________________ Wm. M. Nelson, Indem. cat________ H. <3eorge""Beenken, cattle Indem. Garfieia Township Mike Helderscheldt / G'erman Township Cart^ KruHa Harry Rlcklcfs Grant Township ......... . ......... W. Richard Anderson Greenwood Township John Cordes R. W. GenffHch Arden Reynolds Wilbur Briggs Mrs. Vern Austin J. .H. Fraser, comm. and session W. B. McDonald, comm. and session P. J. Helken, comm. and session J. F. Qulnn, comm. and ses 217.06 184.55 1S7.15 W. S. Cosgrove7~~comm. and session --.-—-- »9.aO Harrison Township J UIlHHl«»eJi cn.«,w.»w~« .... --- niversary of the Lutheran churcli Mp arid Mrs- Edward Sathoff and at Ruthven Sunday. Rev. Sande Craig i e ft .Friday noon for South was pastor there before coming to gt paU1 to speni j the week end Seenca. He was one of the after- with , Mrg Satho ff's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Amunndson. Mothers' Day were Mr. and Mrs Bertyl Berkland and family of Fen ton, Mr. and Mrs., Norman Thompson of Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Kalmer Randa and family of Ringsted and the Albert Codys. Four Corner News Hebron Township —-Lew ^ Butler Jordal irvlngton Township __ Wenry «heppman . iVl. *Ji '-tvOIIt-.f .Edw. "R. Mawdsley Lakota (Ledyard Twp.) -'-•Mrs. Q°u y |nn A. Fangman I. iF. Engesser ' COUMMNG BOA'RD . Mrs. Chas. Baker Albert Kollasch Mrs. RoyHutton Mrs. Evans Carmean Geo. W. Nyman J. J. Anderson Mayme Sperbeck u ,oal v Roalson COUNTING IBlOAKiD ' Geo. 'Butterfleld Mrs. W. G. Smith Mrs. Jennie McCrary Fred Berggren Elmer C. Smith Wm. Oldenburg Roy Elchorn Carl Hutchins •Herman (Becker Jerry "Heetland Alma Pearson, assists In clerk's office — A. J. Cogley, bd. and lodg. A. J. CogTeyr'mifeage and Invest, fees L. A. Winkel, office exp. ... A E. Lauritzn, travel exp.— L. A. Winkel, office exp. ... Gall Beard, labor Dwlght C. Webster, guard at airport — Farls A. Miner, guard at airport ILakota "Sscord, printing — Katharine McEvoy, office exp. John Deal Co., sup. Frye Mfg. Co., sup . ., Keystone Envelope Co., sup.. Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., .sup... Jenkins Fergemann Co., sup.. (Francis, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, has double pneumonia. Opal Sabin was operated on- Friday morning at the hospital In Algona for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and family were Thursday evening callers at the Glen Jenkinson home. Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth was called home Thursday from the Mothers' and Daughters club meeting. Her husband was seriously ill. He was taken to the hospital in Algona for x-ray Friday morning. The Four Corner Mothers' and Daughters' club will hold Its .picnic May 24 at the Call Park. Each course in beauiy culture at Fort Dodge Wednesday. She is expected home Sunday and will spend a couple of weeks with her mother before she starts working. •Mr. and-Mrs. Ben TJ. Meyer and, Marjorie, Alvin Honken and Senus Isebrand left Friday afternoon for Spirit Lake to open their cottage and also to flsh over the week end. They expected to return Sunday evening. Notice of Profcate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No, 4894 in District Court, March Term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You e.re hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to he the last Will and Testament of Margaret Faber K deceased,,dated June 25, 1941, having been this day filed, opened and read, Friday, the 29th day of May, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or th« Clerk of said Court; Mrs. Charles Lewis •COUNfTIlNlG BOAIRD Jerry Ukena Mrs. Wade Ball Fidlar & Chambers Co. Matt Parrott & Sons sup, 7.50 „ 26.«0 150.12 2.10 36.80 136.54 2.10 75.00 5.00 1.50 10.00 8.43 17.05 429.17 65.00 12.01 123.60 fiti ne .—.—. ....—-.—-Elmer M. Hansen, Indem. cat- Carl H~~Paetz7 Indem. cattle. CONSTRUCTION 'FUNID H M. Smith, salary J. D. 'Fraser, salary B H. Wray Jr., rodman J I Merryman, bridge work. Advance 'Publishing Co., prlnt- Hoenk Motor'Serv" storage _. Titonka Topic, printing Whittemore Champion, print- Wesley "News™Worrd",""prlntrni 'Lu Verne News, printing Swea City 'Herald, printing — Lakota Record, printing Algona Upper Des MoLnes, printing °1 '.° Keuffel-'As Esaer <'c., sup. ... •• •i J M. Blanchard, sup. »-•«[' J ° hn ro M 0 ATNTFjNnhB--FUND ^ Northwestern 'Bell Tel. Co., tel, serv. City of Algona, light serv. Treasurer of State, use tax __ Clifford Holmes, patrol 104.00 Milo 'Patterson, patrol Sim Harold T,arimer. labor »»•«• Marold Worby. labor ;»•«» M. L. Worby, patrol . Peter Movlck. patrol ^ 104.00 47.99 134.40 204.10 16.16 1..33 8.24 7S.13 8.79 265.00 135.00 4.60 370.15 132.03 s.o •• 44.40 28.20 24.80 30.30 66.09 37.80 A. iB. Quamme, labor Geo. Smith, labor Geo. Smith, labor Ted Cordes, labor •POOR FIUN1D Stamp Issuing Officer, prov.. Stamp Issuing Officer, prov.. 301.00 12.00 16,80 14.81 Hoods I. G. A., prov, East End Grocery, prov. ---Aim & Boles, prov. „.— »•«» Kraus Cnsh Sore, prov. _____ Applenulst Food Market, prov. Fred C. Huettner, prov. Whlttemore Creamery, prov.. Farmers Elevator, fuel ——Farmers Co-op. Elevator, fuel O. P. McTJonald & CO., fuel.. Cities Service Oil Co., fuel .. Dr J. W. McCreery, med. _'. Dr. c- M. Cretzmeyr, med. — Dr M. G. Bourne, med. _ Dr J. G. Clapsaddle, med. ... Dr. R. M. Wallace, med. Dr. J. N. TCeneflck, med. Dr. P. V. Janse, med. Dr R. L. Corblri, med. __ Dr T. J. Fgan, med. _.. Dv. .R. K. Richardson, mert. .^ Dr. ill D. Miryur, med. __ . Dr B. K. Bahnson. med. •Dr C. D. Schaap. dental Dr. W. A. Lee, glasses A. H. Melnzer. glasses __ 11 w Lu Verne Pharmacy, med. ^ 9'.23 S20.00 8.16 22.30 6.00 75.78 3.57 1,90 93.50 11.09 58,50 22.50 1)1,75 80 HO 44.110 7'W 4100 "C 75 15.00 35.00 ir.oo 10.00 13.18 13.73 5.34 sup. Co., Mrs.)Jennie Gutknecht Geo. Heetland Art 'Lester Ledyard Township „„.,„. J H. Mou-e Lincoln Township (Holcomb 1 Norman Pingle COUNTING BOAJRU <3-len Yahnke Ed. Looft Ed. Halverson .IPaul Hertzke IB. f. Edwards J. H. Warburton Lone Rock (Fenton Twp.) '. W. G. Flalg Letts Creek Township O. W. Elbert George Winkel Lu Verne Township John Hartshorn Martha Gabel Bell Coppen MInno Rlslus Geo. Pettit Art Prlebe. Leuis HaeWbarth Martin Meyer Algona Upper Des Molneb, board proceed. '»•»'. Barker 'Drug Store, sup. Albert Hagg, labor Lewis K. 'Ferguson, sup. K. D. James, sup. Walsh Electric Serv., sup. — Eldon Schutjer, bty. Donald Eden, bty. _. Wm. Smldt, bty. Merel Pannkuk, bty. Clarence .Schwarz, UtX. Virgil Krosch, bty. Adolph Poppe Jr., bty. •Francis .Weaver, bty. Irvln Schmidt, bty. Donald Norland, bty. iGord Henken, bty. ___, Eugene C. IBteenken, 'bty. Wm. Tjaden. bty. Roger Schmidt, bty. Herman Patterson, bty. Clarence Graham, bty. Richard 'Fox, bty. Matt Flsch, bty. Donald Arndorfer, bty. C. 'F. Whalen, bty. 10.00 .61 1.36 .40 1.20 .80 .40 1.40 1.20 170 .20 .20 .90 1.80 .GO 3.50 .50 cloo 3.00 Harry Helmke, patro Archie Dodds, patrol Ralph Markla, patrol 104.00 Barker Drug Store, med. sup. Kossuth 'Hospital, hosp. care St . Joseph Mercy Hospital, ------------ - ---Hospital, hosp. 98,15 6.16 68.89 16.00 4050 600 600 28.40 27:10 r"CUVll^Wi W| DM.i".« j __ — — 2c nrm Dole, salary - " 5W) hosp. care University care .-- iBroadlawns Polk County Hospital, hosp. care Mrs. Ella Briggs, care Mrs. (Gertrude Thaves, care — Mrs. Mae Nemmers. care _ Martha Nemmers. care ... Lyle M. 'Peddicord, mileage — Marvel Dole, mileage Lyle M. _Peddicord, salary Marvel , . patrol ,,Si 44.00 104.00 Ed Fuchsen, . Clarence Hentges, patrol Tom Weir, patrol — Joe M. 'Esser, patrol Bert Shellmyer, parol 104.00 Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol S6.0U James Kelso, patrol ,X7 1 IX(Hubert Mergen, . Dick Baade, patrol Joseph M. 104.00 20.00 800 1»OO \^ t T. »» ,lc*n-n, "...j. ...__.- — Irvln L. Smith, bty. — 2.00 C. W. iPearson, Treas., adv. .F. J. Chapman COUNTING CBOAIRID Herb French Hulda Frltzemeler •Luclle Hof Plum Creek Town«mp •Portland Township member is to take the picnic dinner \'p n a at 10 o'clock A. M., of the day and dishes for their family. A pro-1 above mentioned all persons Inter- gram If being sponsored by Phyljls Rich, Opal ( SabIn and Doris Drayton. ' s '-."••• The Mothers' and Daughter Four Corners club met with Agnes Walker May 14 with Lucille Rich assisting, There were three visitors, Mary Lee, Mrs. L. Kirsch and 2 children and (Mrs. Bill Broesder. A nice program wan g|ven and a lovely lunch was served by the hostesses. ested are .hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for,the last Will and Testament of, said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 4, 1042, KATHARINE MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court. By T. JHOLTZBAUER. Deputy. Linrran & Lynch, A«ys. 18-19-20 BOARD PKOCEEEDINGS J. B. McBnro- Shlpler Stewart - Wyatt Stott Prairie Township _ 'John Arndorfer Isadore iMayer Ramsey Township __ ^Fa'rrow A. .B. Lappe Rlverdale Township H. C. Allen Harry (Lichty Ed. Chambers Anna Murray Leo. C. Miller Clark Scuffham IB. O. Mann G. tB. 'LudwlB John Ludwlg John Hellman Earl Cushman •bty. — •R. A. Evans, coronej- fees " & (Stephens Co., iHammond sup. Monroe "calculating Machine Co., sup. — •Nick's Shoe Shop, rep. election sacks 124.24 9.25 36.94 36.00 John Stott, patrol Oliver Young, patrol C. IH. .Cooper, patrol .... J. E. iFallc, patrol 82.40 118.70 J, KJ. U' *u«», >.«.M U. ....... Lem Stockwell, patrol ... 100.40 Calvin Householder, patrol... """ Melvln IR. Hawks, patrol James M. Long, patrol Alfred A. Schultz, patrol 90.00 96.00 88.55 84.00 in**.- »ci j-'wii-t ,j«.-~. ,. ______—-House of the IGood Shepherd, care Clarence (Lester, labor A. H. Fuchs, burial — John Schneider, opening grave John Uhelnhake. adm., rent.. •Lvdla Relnhart, rent — 1<M*{ C.' H. Lichty. rent 12 «J C. W. Nlcoulin, rent . D. D. Monlux. rent <Leo M. Saundera, rent —_ Jacob Keller, rent Henry J. Kline, rent . Swar. 'Funeral Home, amb. service , *•**' Department 06 Social Welfare, blind aid 15el : COUNTTT FARM iRoy Larson; labor Ben Bakken, labor 1600 800 2000 ^MlICU ^l. tn,..«.^.. I — •-- -- ---- „_ Doyal Sanders, patrol ------- ««•»" Joe «. Culbertson, patrol. ---- 7S.OO Olaf Oftedahl. patrol . ..... . «7.w> Henry Wohlers, patrol ------ 36.00 IRtoelf Miller, patrol --------- J02.0W Clyde Sanders, patrol „ ..... M»-« Hugh Butterfleld, patrol ---- 104.00 Alvin Ewlng. labor _ ....... 28-«" Verne Mollnder, patrol ...... 104.60 , Elmer Bwlng, patrol .. ..... Joe' 'We.ch, patrol ---- ------ 104.40 Henry Jfiinran, labor ------- 19-' s W. E. Meyers, labor John A. Eteenbjicher, labor — Mrs. Alex G. Miller, labor .. Chas. Stader, labor 30.00 S975 17.50 40.25 9-H J M. Blanchard. sup. Mrs. Doyal Sanders, labor _. Wesley News World, print- Ing J '" Schrader Hardware, sup. Employers Mutual Casualty Co.. premium •Brown's Studio, pictures A. H. Schuler, 'Bd. 'Education Mrs. Myrtle"JoiSan"" Bd." 'Education me. (Mrs. Maude Hanna, Bd. Education mtg. '-x—.Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, O. A- Bormann "k.l^'CH™ 1 " 5 '"'® 1 " 551 " Seneca Township 'Henry Bormann J. W. Bolllg Otto R. Jensen Wm. Elmers Sexton (Irvlngton Twp.) Matt Bormann Wm. IRunchey Chris Dahl T. J. O^Donnel Ij. C Hutchlns Henry Elscheid Paul Phillips Sherman Township g^EurtT"" John P. Bormann Herman Warmbler Bpriufl.!* Township and Herman r, an* Mrs, fiy wwt J at thl Jennie Jepjei» _^j. Ot^sr cfllers were C. Jen««M ftni-tfee Ralph Jensens, 9lr, w»4 MM- J, ft »on, Ted ttten^wi <?9RP vices for « nepbey tt Sunday. Tkty W&» ~ Jwwu'4 •-" J J dahls. G«rtudeMi and Mrs. Cha». Me] - A«dltor'3 Office. Algona, Iowa, April *o, itf*-. t:00 o'clock a. m, .Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment >with all membars ' present. Motion by CosKTove that and seconded by 13 to S3 Inclusive 4 Oourts'a Addition to Sweft ' Oltv Incoro. be sold to Elmer the of »100.00 that Motion by ^McDonald and seconded by Qulnn that a pauper's notice be served on the following named persons: Jesse Thaves and family, John Chavez, Toney Chavez, and Celentlno Avreeo. Ayes: All. , Motion by Helken and seconded by Cosgrove that a refund In the amount of 127.41 be made to Q. C. Kender- knscht for valuation of buildings added twice on the aseessinent on Chairman 'Fraser be and Is hereby directed to sign a deed of opnveyance pf County'* Interest, f y«s; - All. Motion by McDonald* and seconded by Qulnn that a refund of taxes — on ««* acres of '--* '- =--•— •« •hip be made t (n Prairie Towiii :h Kiitan es per certi'lcftte and Engineer's vey of open d,itoh rlsfht-uf-way which, - f Is now pn I" the , offlae. Motion by Qulnn And seconded by Cp#grove that MsDonaW malw necj ttSSv repairs QH I>i«lna«e JMstrict Na }«, Aye»: All. the euary repawf «B If o. « and H. K. • *F&$\ &ffK.& >»w:m —onde4 • . ______ Chester Johnson Lyle Schuler Arthur Ander Will Krumm Mr.. . Welfare Mts. ffohn .sesslnir 2.SO ..20 100 16.92 16.00 ....... Estate, as, nt;n9ti<6 ...._.-.--.—------- - . .... John A. Brink, assessing .... 64.00 Hugo Faulstlch, assessing — 144.00 W. L. Reynolds, assessing ... Harold Sorensen, mtg. -----J. L. Eustace, mtg. --------Chas. Hanselman Sr., mtg. — 96.00 1.00 1.00 1530 54.29 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. serv. L. E. Stephens, Hgnt aerv. ... Anderson Jack Sprat oroc.. prov. '. Algona Ice Cream Factory, storage and sup. -. ««" «•« Union Township Orvllle Thorson M. J. Kennedy •R. A. Harvey Glen Jenkinaon Jena Sorensen Weslev Township ........ °- K - F ^ >m i wesiey lo-wneaiv --------------- ^ A , Bo , el)e J^ lFred A - „ and 0WW, iNEji of Section 1, Towpuhlp W, Kanse 807 Seneca Town- shlp for the year of 19«. Ayes: All, Motion by McDonald and seconded by CQSffrovo that due to the approval of the Commission the Board hereby directs the transfer of five person* from the (State 'Hospital at Cherokee to the Kossuth County Home s-nd ,|bat 'Chairman Fra*er be appointed to sign all transfer papers and execute safd transfer, Ayes; All. Motion W W-Opn-Jd and seconded by Helken that an appropriation of J300.00 be wade to the Kossuth County, -He Jtortety (for the year 1M? as prescribed by >law. Ayes: AH. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Qul^n ttoT B. e. JQnsey, County Auditor, be and^s g^J& t *3-£ No. 1062 fol th( ty"n (nWreafion ^^...a by Certtflc^t _, «*$ of'Certlflcate.Jn'erwn •enalty W17.W. Aye«: AJ-. -:?tlpn'!)v Helkfinand »-cpnd«d b: -- tl»at Ihe !BinpTo>er» tsmv- ity Company fee awarded *' Albert Neuroth A, L. Klelnpeter OOIUNTJN1G BOApID -. Mr. J. L. Studer Mrs. Myrtle Kouba Henry Sherman Ihno A. iGerdes Mrs. Myrtle Lease 1.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 Arthur Riley. mtg. JH. C. French, mtg. !•' "Fred -Peterson, mte. }.uo m L. Hansen, mtg. 4.00 W. E. Carlson, mtg. G O. Anderson, mtg. .. A. C. 'Llnde, mtg. Gene Martini, mtg. J. ,B. Geelan, mtg. John P. Uhlenhake, ratg. .._ Wm. Roeber. mtg. Aug. Vaudt, mtg. H. V. Clark, mtg. 'L. J. Nemmers, mtg. . A. A. Droessjer, mtg. A. W. Kennedy, mtg. \_..icta. •__>!.-«-*-* t •— _______ Otis Sanders, labor 29.J" W. .F. Schrader, labor 24.W Carlyle O. Johnson, labor ... 17.50 Lloyd B. Dixon, labor . 45.2o Will Muokey, patrol -. «•«. D. N. Llchllter, labor ZS.To Dale Hawbaker, labor M,w Walter L. Johnson, labor —. 31.50 Jack -Hahle, labor v 3.50 Chaa Hoffman, labor 14.W) Trancls Kramer, labor 14.00 Walsh Electric Serv., sup. ... 4.oO C. W. Pearson, Treas,, adv. Farmers C^-op."E[evafo~r~,~sup. 60.68 (Frank Mattson, sup. ?•» •Farmers Co-op. 3oc., sup. 4.94 Clement -Super Serv.. uup. .iS'S Bancroft Oil Co,, sup. 702.K5 Globe Machine Co.. sup. J. D. Adams Co., sup. Owatonna Tool Co., sup. Waterloo Construction Co., Sargent MachmVCor, sup. — 104.15.. Ft. Dodge Machine'* Sup. Co,, sup. . ___..Greenberg Auto Sup., sup. Lelghton Sup. Co., sup. ----Central Auto iBlectrlc Co., 201.92 43.02 | 11.58 3.VV * AhWCUEI , IUkO> .._._.,-.-»-.-...— JU\ Vaudt, mte. ---------- .OO Whittemore township •Fred Kollasch COUNTING iBOAIRP Mrs. W. F. Relmers Mrs. Jim Hogan Mrs. Will Hlgglns Mra IH. E. Woodward , Ayes: All. by Helken and seconded by McDonald that the 'Board adjourn _» o-m n>«tnolc a. m. Aves: All. JMBB 'Chairman. E. S. .KJNBEjy, County Auditor. uy ._on>vf, »f>» «».~w..— — ». — .. -— — t, 9:00 o'clock a. m. Ayes: All. to May 41H i.-i Auditor's Offfce, ^ 9 o'clock a. TO, (Board of -Supervisors met purew- Wt MMadlQurnment with all oierob«r» "ifoUor. by McDonald and seconded by Helken that toe appotatment »| SSn'olSf^MJ.*! alM^bg . ft m.n be »c- toe In- personal Co. 1217.60 and that Cbalrman JPraser be «,utnprl*e<J to slgnm » Quit Clajm P««4 of conveyance. Ayea: All. " 'in by_McDonal4 end secondea „, ^> 4 «n lhat Lot 9, B»o<-*,8. 'W*" Inal Plat Burt, Jowa, be sold t« p. B. Mann for t»« »VW O f * M -"9 «»? that Chairman Fraser be authorised |o sign a Quit Claim pee4,pf tonvty- &nC6 AyftB* iAl^' Motlpn by l«9PonaJd anC feco-ifled v Quinn |b*t toe JJ. 1» ft. of " " Block 2, BweU'» Addition to i 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 E. J; Delterlng', mtg. 1-00 E. P. Hansen, mtg. 4.00 Chris (Brandt, mtg. ... 4.00 W. P. Btenzel, mtg. 4.W Clarence Schutjer, mte. 4.uu G, W. Blelch, mtg. c ,- 4.00 E. iE. Hanna, mtg. _ .- 4.«o K. G. Ewoldt. mtg. . 4.oo R R. Wolt.n,' mtg. *•**? Harry Sabln, mtg. _ —— <«* John L. Uerber, mtg. 4.9« O. N. IR'oblnson, mtff. 400 M. N. Phillips, mtsr, _ 4.00 O. H. 'Llnde, mtp. g-00 L. J. Hanson, mtg. 8.00 T. L. Thorson, mU. __ 4.j« J. P. Peterson, mtg. 400 C. W. Elbert, rots. <•_* L Hackbartb. mtg;. ,._-, <•« O. E. Tluhnke. mtg. *•«• Martin Meyer, ratg. eo-_ 26.57 Hub clothiers, olothlne Graham Store, clothing ----- J.J K. D. James, med. sup. ... J »* Dr. C. H,. Cretzmeyer, med... l.J» Or. M. G. Bourne, med. ----- 1J» Dr. P. V. Janse, med. _; ------ 264JJ Katherlne Park, mlscl. exp— 28.M Monarch Products', sup. ----- 12.98 Kossuth County Implement •Co., sup. ----- ------ - ----- - • Bancroft Oil Co., fuel .___— «!•*» Thoreson Brothers, sup. --- ._ 137.W (RBSOLVIBaD: . That the County Auditor IB hereby authorized _to issue Warrants for all bills ' allowed at this meeting as "per Schedule of Claims Hereinbefore Written." Motion by Helken and seconded by Coserove that Board adjourn to S;00 o'clock a. m., May 5, 1942. Ayes; AU< . J. H. 'FfRiAiSER, i ChalrmarK • • B. s. KitraEjy. County 'Auditor, Auditor's Office, Abrpna, lowiu May B, i»4*. »:00 o'clock A. M. Board of Supervisors met for tne purpose of a hearlne of the Establishment of Proposed Secondary Rood Districts for gravel. Members present: Fraser, Helken, Quinn, Cosgrove, and MdDonald, All proposed petition* were read with no objections written or verbal suffl- clent to cause the disapproval of any of the proposed districts. Wm. Klein objected to the lishment of said petition No. HS-A 8>.74 Paper Calmenson Co., sup. — Sioux City Iron Co., sup. (Balbach Co., sup. Qlbbs Cook Tractor Co., sup.. Sleg Ft. Dodge Co., sup. Dons Oil Lubricant Co.. sup._ Peerless Oil Co., sup. Pink Supply Co., sup. ______ Dutch's Super Serv.. sup." Concrete (Products Corp., sup. Central States Electric Co., light serv. ._.. ...-„ Interstate 'Power Co., light ser-. vice 16.76 27.11 66.62 77.91. ,W22 176 SE 425.77 37.53 £66.91 60.11 H. B. Bernlnghaus. mis- r — H. W. Harms, mtg ...... — Joe Schaller, mtsr. <•?» _•_» «.» *•» Dr. No. 4— W. B. lUnnan. labor ., John Welch, labor .... 36,00 •George Looft, labor 41.60 C. «, Cooper, labor . g.oo Olaf Ofedahl. labor 12.00 D. M. Lichllter, labor ,_, 8.00 Carlyla O. Johnson, labor — 8.0Q Dr No. 6— < Geo. Noone, labor „_ ?7«.TO Motion by M<sDonald by Cosgrove that tho gravel road Districts P. T ». ii _.. - a . . b*condea following be and are hereby established:' DistrlctB No, No. 677-A, No. 590, No. 584, . j, No. 697, Wo. 694, INo. 685, No, 688 , & No 593. No, 592, 'No. 639, No. CW.jf No. £66, No. 691, No. 674. No. M»,*- fe No. 674-A, No. 675. No. 570-A., Wp. . 678, \No. 680, 578 , 596. . . . No. 571. No. J&79. No. 676-A, No, Mtke Wagner, mtg. --------- •• *•» £ A. iFangrnan. mtg. _. ----- »•<» Albert Kolla»cb, mtg r. Prank Ooyne. mttr. Chas. E. Chubb, engineer __ Homer Noltp, .labor ._Dr. No. 9- James Kelso, labor >-. Clarence Hentges, labor Wm. P. Gronbach, laibor ... Kossuth County Malnt, >Fun4. •up. ... . ,-_.,,-_ Dr. No. W^.. Dick Baade. labor __,_,_._. O. H. cooper, labor ,._,„__. •Dr. No. 2$Wm. F. fiohrader, labor __ T Alfred A. Scnuly, labpr — James M. Lon ' 25.80 4.60 -0.26 24.00 18.00 No. 513, No. 468, No. 464, No. No. 470, No. 422, No. 689, No. ,., No. 581, and No. 606. Ayes: Alk *, Motion by Heiken ^nd seconded J>y f ^ Qulnn that the consent Highway ,f& tltlon signed by Marrie Stroebe), Ar na IBeelm Purdy, an4 Ad4'e 'L, 1°" more *y L, E. Llnnan, Attorney, fact asking that a hlgbwoy IU wide, beglnnlns at the NW corperl -.__./ (M m«-»noV>In OQ • IPAnfiTAl?. w, Section 31, Town-hip 99, • West of the 6tt> p. m. and rim thence BSast one-half mile to the corner of the of said 81, Township 99, Range 27, ana a Btrip of lan,d 66 ft. wide and> 1 83 ft. on each' glde of%saia wpgm between the West halves <rf $C 30 and- 81 »n saW Township W, W. Vest oi 5th P. M. be apn and e»tftbll«hfd. Ayes; All. Motion made and. seconded, nni} , . , rled that Boarfl sdjoiwn to o'clock p." W. ',' ^ George m»«. __ ------ . *•» _ Ely .Anderson, mtg. ----- T — «•« Wator Enwtrpm, 'mtg. ------ _-JO - David _ rotflT....*.. JB. ^LttVrfleW. wSf-- 8P3* wjf-'rr^--*"* . Doyal fiandert, D. M. UeW$#( , fr Cerlyle O. JoHnapnT >*te»r ! Olaf Ofte4aW, Joe H. i-u Dr. 'No. «0-- . John WWeb, labor. _.... T ^ *** sf ** 1f * T ' 9..00. i^e 18.00' 8.00 «,«> 8.00 7.60 y.oo 8.01) ,.,,

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