The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 7, 1942
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The Algona tipper Dea Moines, Iowa, July 7, SENECANS ATTEND FARM BUREAU AND SPORTS FESTIVAL , Seneca: Several Seneca famills ^.attended the Sports Festival'an tfarm Bureau picnic at Algona on '"Tuesday. Among these Were th fflftrt Crouches, Chas. Osborna, an 'Stltlen Jensens. The Seneca Pro .gresslve Farmers 4-tt club was wel represented with the followln ^members taking part In the aetiv Hies of the day, fllvln Godfredson • Junior Merrill, Kenneth Campbel Errol Peterson, Gene BolUg, Rob • ert Foley Harold and Lloyd Os Worn, Paul and Wayne Lynch, Bui : jDbtson and Kenneth Volgt. Mr., and Mrs. Clarehce Osbor , '. sons were Ksthervllte caller ' on Tuesday. ' . lOonna, Jeaij Cody spent Wednes • day and, Thursday with her frlenc ; 'J Jeanne Wllberg. , ,; , , Mrs. .Ray Osborn was^hostess t •the "Woman's Legion Auxiliary a vher home Wednesday affSrnoon. •> sftevV" arid Mrs. 3. Q. Saride at 'tended' a- reception- for 'Rev. attt • ! *trs. ( Masted at Graettlnger Tues '• dayV • ''•-' ' : Jl •'- '*' " '•' ' "• " , -^r. and 'Mrs. Henry Loioft an • ,'sons enjoyed a fish fry at the Mar tire Wllbdrg home Wedhes'day evo '' '' '" . •• ,Mr.. and Mrs. Walter .Gardner o East Chain, Minn., were Frlda ' evening supper guests at the Fran! Looft home. . .Maxine Cody, who attends sum mer schdol at Cedar 'Falls expectc to spend the week end at the horn of her parents, the Albert Codys. Mr. and Mra. Alfred Ennesa , Ames and' Mrs. Ronald Carey o Hingsted were Wednesday dinne guests at the Otto Wllberg home The Seneca Ladies Aid will hoi 1 a home-made ice cream and pie so cial at the local Lutheran church o Friday evening beginning at 8:3 -o'clock. Mr. aird^Mrs. Clarence Osborn ac companie'd by!- Mr. • and Mrs. Bo •<3oetch lef t early • Friday mornin for Sand Lake, Minn. They plan ned to spend the week end there (Lois Looft returned Friday afte having spent the past three week .attending a Bible Institute at Scran ton, Iowa, and teaching Bible schoo the past two weeks near Superior Iowa. Martin Wilberg, Ole Johannese: and John Johannesen, accompani ed by Harry Vahldleck and Jen .Jensen .of Ringsted, returned Tues •day evening from a fishing trip t Round Lake, Minns'/ ; Marjorie Osborn accompanie 'Rev. and Mrs. Sommers of Ban •croft to a. Youth conference at Spen cer last Wednesday. They expect ed to return home either Satur day evening or Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Jensen of Quin cy, HI., and Mr. and Mrs. Car Thompson of Laurens were Monday afternoon callers at the J. H. Jen sen home. They had attended th Jensen family reunion at Ringstec Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halversorr, Mr , and Mra. ..Robert Halverson- an their guests, Mr. and Mrs; Afre Eness of Ames, and Mr. and Mrs Otto-WUberg, Jeanne and Delore were Tuesday evening guests a the Jerrold 'Halverson home nea Ringsted. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Smith and daughter, Berdine, accompani i ed by Mrs. Wm. Sanders and son ,;! Marvin, were last week Thursda' and Friday visitors at Ames and ' Des Moines. Friday evening Mar • -vln entered an army induction cen ter at Des Moines. About 84 relatives gathered a the Ringsted Park Sunday for th< annual Jensen reunion. After a pic nlc.v dinner the group enjoyed short ''program which was featurec by a talk by 'Attorney Carl Thomp son of Laurens, who spoke on the .•Importance of Family Traditions Mrs. Anna Osbom was the guest 'of honor at a birthday party belt for her at the home of her son Clarence, Monday aftarnoonJ Ii was Mrs. Osborn's 76th birthday anniversary. Guests included Mesdames George Goetsch, Bob Goetch and 'P. H. Jensen of Fenton, Mesdames Jennie Jensen, George Jen- 'sen and Linus Jensen of Ringsted, ,Mrs. Wm. Brown of Armstrong, Mrs. Otto Kelly, Swea City, Mesdames Charles Osborn, Ray Osborn, Lester Osborn, Mr. and' Mrs. Wm, Osborn, Mrsi Millen Jensen, Mrs. Christina Jensen and Fern Letcher who is vlslHng at the Lester Osborn home. Mrs, Osborn was presented with an electric fan. Refresh^ men ts were served by the hostess,, Mrs. Clarence Osborn. Titonka Home Nursing Groups Hold Picnic 1 Titonka: The ladles of the first •and second group who took up home nursing had a picnic supper at B<m- acker's Park recently. The 'leaders and 'teachers, Mrs. Anna ;H«unstreet and Mrs. BsteHa <shajrd,-were also, at the picnic and .they' were eaojj presented *v/Hh- a 'Purse of ropnewM/a'gtrt'QtAppren Delation frojfl> the two- groups, jg v , serybody rf parted a njee time. and lots HO.Wt.-,, T»e second, class will !co«npMe i 'th.e ( -*Btud.<eji on Ji|ly 7th. -.„„._ ?ft'> regular meeting pf 'the |*Hd£flej£l#dge _J*a. 805 — p$«, jByeryone Is urg. :^"aS some important ''b> taken care of at )g$tfffjeci»^ LEDYABDNEWS § BUI Sleptnann spent the Vveek eMd In Des Moines. Mrs. E, ,T. Ollmore entered • the Kossiith hospital Monday of last week for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMnhon and family spent Sunday In Em- metabufg friends. visiting relatives and Mr. and Mru. Carl Htftugen spent the Fourth of July week end at Glendate, atlves. Minnesota, visiting rel- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mormll went to Pine River, Minn., Friday for about a week's stay at their cottage. Mrg, .O. S. HutchInson ^nd two children left Sunday for Spencer where they will visit relatives for a week, , Mrs. Alice Paxton of Storm Lake spent from Friday ifntll Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.H. Sharp. Dordthy Hoover, Ardene Olson, Lucille Calhoun and Irene Drager spent the week end at a cottage at Clear 'Lake, Mr. ana Mrs, Eugene Thul became parents of a baby girl born Tuesday of last week at the Kossuth hospital. Mrg. Ann Fechner Is now occupy* Ing one of the Myrtle Turnbaugh apartments, Mrs. Fechner owns the Elite shop. Mrs. Marvin Oaumbach and her daughter of Dayton, Ohio, Is visit- ing'her sister, Mrs. E. 'F. Ldps- comb and family. " ' ^A. F. Cumin plans to leave next Sunday for Iowa City where he will have an operation for removal, of a cataract on one of. his eyes. • Bill Steven, who has been In the shoe .department of the - S. & L. store, the past several months began work Monday at the Woodward store, where he had previously been employed for some time. ' • Eddie Slfert leaves Sunday.' for Marlon, Indiana, where he will join his old friend, Frank DeRue, and go on a tour with his show troup. Eddie is a well known contortionist and has been with the DeRue shows off and on the past sixteen years or more. Rose Lampe spent the holiday week end at her home in Pocahontas, and attended the funeral of a friend, Aline Murray, who died suddenly Thursday of a heart attack. Miss Murray had been,a member of the Pocahontas Record-Democrat staff for several years. Dennis Becker came Sunday f i»m Long Beach, Calif., for a two weeks' visit with his parents, Mr! and Mrs. W. J. Becker, and other relatives. Dennis:-Is assistant manager of the O. P. 0. men's clothing store in Long»Beacli. It has been about eight-years since Dennis left Algona. '._ . , ;/ • . : ;..._ ^ Mrs. Ruth Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence fAchilles of'. • New Hampton, arid /Mrs.' Arba Dee Mid- delkauf ..and son, Charles, of DCS Monies, spent the week end in Algona at the, A. L. Long home. Mr. Long recently returned 'from.. Cedar Rapids where; he had .been .votin his son, Jack, and In New Haiupton Mr. and Mrs. James ittgan and son, Phillip James of Sioux Falls, S. D., are_here on a two weeks' vacation visiting Mrs. Logan's parents, the Chas. Ostwlnkles, and Mr. Logan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne of Ledyard. Jim was formerly in charge of the shoe department of the S. & L. store here and Mrs. Logan wqs emplbyed in the James drug store. ' Mr. and Mrs., Carl Hansen and daughter,'LaVon-ne, and Mrs. Hansen's sister,'" Lucille Heldt, of Bason, "N.-Y., came Sunday for a visit with the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt, Whlttemore, and their- sister, Mrs. LeRoy Dlts- worth, Algona. The Hansens will be here a week, and Lucille plans to stay during the summer. Mrs. H. M. Smith drove to Washta,. Iowa, Friday after her sister- in-law, Mrs. Clayton Smith an'd son, Tom, of Alexandria, Va., who had been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W- B, Smith. The W. B, Smiths, parents 'of H. M. and Clay:on, celebrated their golden wod- dlng anniversary the latter part of June, with their children home for he occasion. Mrs. Clayton Smith and son will go to Des Moines on Friday to visit her father before :oing back east. NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Floyd SftOttders ot Fort Dodge spent the week end at Algona visiting friends. ' The Alffona Municipal band played Sunday afternoo* and evening at Interlaken ,park at Fairmont. Mrs. Ellen Wagoner left' today (Tuesday) for Bralnerd, Minnesota where she will spend the summer with relatives and friends. DurwOod Baker, a summer school student at Iowa State College at Ames spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. L. G. Baker. Mrs. Jennie Colwell of Huniboldt came Friday and is spending a few days at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ool- well. Mr. and 'Mrs. Clint Lighter were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Peterson at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold Wohl and son and Margaret Reynolds left Friday for northern Minnesota, where 1 they will spend two weeks fishing. * Mrs. Clark Orton and son, Webster left lately for Chicago to visit relatives and! to see the former's brother Herles Minkler, who is in the army. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp were Sunday dinner guests at the Vinaas hotel at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrader of Milwaukee, Wis., wen also there. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs am family of Sioux City came Wed nesday to spend the week with Mrs. Aalfs' parents, Mr. and Mrs Chester Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Winimer and family are spending a ten day va cation at Bozeman, Montana. Mr Wimmer is the manager of tn Woodward store.' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frlesner am family of Ankeny spent the wecl end at the home of Mrs. Fries ner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her •shel W. Thompson. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Murtai;] and daughter Judy, left Sunday fo Lake Okoboji, where they will spen the week at the Falkenhainer cot tage at Hayward Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Bcecher lane o Sheldon, spent the week end at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Denni Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Lane are for mer Algona residents. Mrs. R. F. Bodholdt of Evanston 111., will leave the last of the week for 'her hom'e after spending the past.two weeks here at the hooi of her sister, Mrs. C. H. Beard sley. yard town hall at 2:30 o'clock. Everyone should attend this Important meeting. Mrs. 33d Halverson, Mnj. Aja Varner, Mrs. Leonard Warner and vtrs. August Sprank attended a ladles' Aid meeting at Rake on Wednesday. Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph 'ohnson'home were Mr, and Mrs. 'ack Litte and Enid of Guokeen, rlinn., and Carolyn Egesdal and hildren of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. H. D, Mayne and Vallace and Mr. and Mrs. Jamejs x>gan and son of Sioux Falls, S, D., spent Sunday at Alden, lovn, wfcere they attended a "family reunion. • v •Work was completed pn the new own well that was drilled by Kd lajvqfrson of Ledyard find Guy JeejneV of Lakota. Depth of the w*ll 4s 218 feet, Jt wijl be connected o the ol4 THTOP • Daje, son of Mr. and yira, Bert eifert, wa,s injured test week when e was caught Jn aq exqava^r 'h||e working w(tb a, road building osplta), ow. Dale spen,t two |n the , but , is - mu9&. improved ; Mr. and MM. Aug««t Gable spent Saturday a*. Ankeny, Jpws. , , • Dorothy Stiibbe of Chicago, returned Sunday t£ «Den4 ft ft* $W* reteijvesi in, L^sdyard; , caller* In Algona on &rejMfrs, j, H. pj Son an,4 Por|s/an4 UT^ ChfJ,8 baus and. Dean. / Mra. Ed Halverson funeral of old -frtsnd the 4 Red Cross meeting vjrlHbe held jprw»y, July UMk •*!« Mrs. Car} Noyce of Aiwtln, Minn., visited b>r J90|4je4- M«(. P^.A< Garpente? .Thursday, She left hjev two am<||i efell.dren tp spend several day wjfcjj 3^. Carpenter, J , aj^p of Austin, spend the next fe.w weeks wdth h?r . KAtherlne i« fwiin f brojt^p ajkje. 4 surprise farewell party in or of Mrs, Mrs. Josephine Southgate wil leave next Monday for Rochester Minnesota, where she will spend sev eral days visiting friends. Mrs Southgate formerly lived at Roch ester. Frances Calhan, a student at Iowa State Teachers' College, at Ceda Falls, spent .the Fourth of July week end with her friend, Bettj Kohlhaas, daughter >of Mr. and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas. Mrs. Ed Parks and children, Ed ward, Darlene, Madeline, Jon an Erin Marie and Maynard Dunn spent Wednesday at Spencer at t.h home cif Mrs. Parks'jnother, Mrs H. E. Weiklan. Robert F. Schmidt and - Sister Mary Mercedes of Cherokee spen the week 'end at the home of Helen McEnroe. Mrs. Schmidt, the former •Frandes McEnrioe, returned to Cherokee with them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Platlie have received word from their son, Arthur, that he has been promoted to corporal. Arthur left for the army January 25, and is a company mechanic at .Camp Barkley, Texas. Mr. and, Mrs. Clint Lighter recently received word from' their son, Duane, that he Is in Santa Maria, California, and has been taking flying lessons with the army air corps since the first of June. Week end guests at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Linnan were Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Sloan and daughters/Winifred Mary and Patricia -of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Breen and Mr. and, Mrs John Mitchell of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs^.D. tr Leffcrt attended a family picnic Sunday at Swea City. Others, that attended were Dr. and Mrs. Gllsdorf of New England, North Dakota, Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs, Leo C. Dailoy and daughte>,"Nancy of Sioux City, spent Sunday at the home 'of the former's orother and'family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey. The men's mother, Mrs. Margaret Dailey of Cali.'ornin. returned to Sioux City with Leo and his family for a visit. Capt P. A. Danson arrived Monday^ from Fort Benriing, Georgia, on a ten day furlough. Capt. Danson has completed a three months' training course, there- and has,been assigned, to Fort McClellan in Alabama. Mrs, Danson and two sons eypect to return to Alabama with him. Lt. and Mrs. William B. Hlgglns arrived Saturday morning / from Fort Bennlng, Georgia, on a 15-day furlough, en'route to Camp Adair, Oregon. They spent FrJda,y-ln Chi' cago with relatives and will visit Mrs. Williams Hlgglns at Whittemore and the McEnroe family in Algona, Mrs. Hlgglns is the former Dorothy McEnroe. Fourth of July dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L, Larson were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richards of Jersey Olty, Ntvv Jersey, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Swanson and daughter, Beverly of Bridgeport, Connecticut, Ben Swanson. Swanson and Dprothy Ost* rander of_BuffaIo Center, and Mary BMey of Des lUlph fUefiafds of Ottowen spent Tlhursdafy In Algona transacting some business. ; Mfs. Louis Vervncr of DRS Molnns spent the Fourth pt July with her father, P. P. Zerfass. MM. Elmer Engelhart of Denver, Colorado, Visited recently at the home of Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn and daughter, tienevleve. Marlon Rising of DPS Moinei spent the Fourth of July week end at the home 'of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. •' leo Bettock underwent art operation at the Kosguth hospital om Tuesday of last week. Mr. Bellock is employed by the city. Dorothy Mawdsley of Des Moines arrived Friday and will spend the summer at the home of her father, Ed Mawdsley at Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Akre spent Thursday in Des Moines where Donald underwent .a physical examination for the army air corps. Mrs. Joe Dooley and daughter, Rita, left Friday for West Bend, Wisconsin, where they will spend a week at the William Dooley homo. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer went to Chicago Thursday to visit their daughter and son'-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs^ Joe Kelly, Jlr., for a few Weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yeoman and family of Webster City spent Saturday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeoman. Mrs. Lottie Ward Wlngert of Las Vegas, Nevada, spent a few days last week at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward. R. O. BJnstrom and son, Wayne, left Sunday evening for Chicago where they will spend four or five days attending the Furniture Mart held there. : ' Glen Raney resumed his duties as assistant postmaster at the Algona postoffice July first after .a five months leave of absence following a heart attack. Barbara Haggard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, left Sunday evening for Iowa City, where she will spend the week visiting Jean Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. WeS Hardy became the parents of their second child, a girl, Saturday evening at Minneapolis. The baby weighed six pound and four ounces. Mrs. J. C. Buthman left Monday for Lake Okoboji where she will spend the week at the Methodist camp there. Mrs. Buthman is on the faculty at the camp. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter recently moved from the Misbach apartments to the Harry Ward apartments. Mr. Potter is the manager of the National Tea Store. Pvt Wilfred Schneider left Sunday evening by train for Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri,; after spending ten days here with friends and with his parents at Watklns, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Lindgren and Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry went to Emmetsburg Tuesday evening of last week to visit Harold Pardner, a former Kossuth Implement employee. Mr* ft. L. ; Gorr left iTrld** for Dubuque, Where she visited her husband's parents for a few days. Mrs. Gorr has spent the 1 , ftast week here visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. R&ynton Henry and daughter left Monday for LaPlata, Mo., to visit relatives. Mr. Henry Will join her Thursday and will take a ten day vacation from the Kossuth implement store. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. BjoUrne and family will return today (Tuesday) from Racine, Wis., where they, spent the past-four days at the home of Mrs. Bourne's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Sarchett. Mr, and Mrs. Tlioo. Huttehlson and family and Mrs. Mell Peterson and son, Mell, Jr., left Sunday for Lake Okoboji to spend a two weeks vacation. Mrs. .Peterson and Mell, Jr., will only spend a few days there. Lorraine Tierney spent the week end at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Bridget Tobln. Miss Tierney Is employed at Des Moines where she makes her home. She was accompanied by her uncle, John Cosgrove of Eldora. Mr, and Mrs. Glen Bales accompanied W. A. Hardy to Minneapolis Friday where they will visit the former's parents for a week. Mr. Hardy spent the week end with his wife and son who are visiting relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlstenscn and son, Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Qulnn. Mrs. C. T. Chubb, and Mrs. Ronald White went to Okoboji Friday and will spend ten days at the Joel Herbst cottage there. Bud Morck arrived Tuesday from Boulder, Colo., to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck, Mrs. Dorence Greer arrived Friday from Laredo, Texa,«, and she will visit here indefinitely. Mrs. Greer is the former Virginia Morck. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thompson and family returned to Humeston Sunday of last week after spending the past two weeks at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel W. Thompson. E. A. Thompson expects to leave soon to enter officers' training. Carrie I. Durant and William Durant, accompanied by M. E. Worster, drove to Lakota Sunday to attend the funeral of Samuel Warburton, retired mall carrier. Mrs. Warburton is the former Margaiet Noble and belongs to one of Kossuth county's pioneer families. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and son, Billy, went to Boone Monday afternoon to bring back the campfire girls who have spent the past ten days at Camp Hantesa there. The girls that were there, were Delores Devlin, Joan Hoffman, Beverly Andrews, Mary Lou McDonald, and Mary Ann Timm. , Dorothy Dailey, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom DaileV, and Jane Laird, daughter of Mrsi Cldney Laird, left Thursday evening fr>r California. Dorothy will visit relatives at Long Beach and Fontana and Jane, will remain there to seek employment. Dorothy is taking a two weeks' vacation from the Druggists' Mutual office. ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT School District of Algona Independent Township of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the year ending June 30, 1942. . , We hereby certify that the report comprising-Pages 1 to 5 is correct as required by Sees. 4242 and 4242-bl, Code of Iowa. Copy filed with the County Superintendent and Published as required by Law, on July 9, 1942. RECEIPTS—General Fund General On hand last report _„__$ 24,503.42 Normal training aid Smith - Hughes L. C. NUGENT, • President. School House 13,928.25 310.73 510.91 General fund tax levy — 79,800.00 Semi-annual apportionment ; 2,603.18 Tuition ,_- j. - 11,196.50 Other, sources •__•: L—— 2,680.52 TOTAL—General Fund -— 12,605.26 RECEIPTS—School House Fund $ 13,928.25 14,700.00 School house fund tax levy- TOTAL—School House Fund $ 28,628.25 RECAPITULATION $ 24,503.42 $ 13,928.25 Total receipts, current year_ 97,101.84 14,700.00 TOTAL —$121,605.26 $ 28,628.25 Disbursements, cur. year 90,465.98 " 10,884.12 Balance on Jiand this report $ 31,139.28 $ 17,744.13 Iowa ,— Beatrice Faiffield Mildred Faulstick .. Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson. Finnell System ,_„ Helen Fischbeck _-._.__ Foreign Policy Ass'n Sarah Forrest _._ _ Fort Dodge Tent & Awning Ed Fosnaugh Foster's Furniture John Foth Frye Mfg. Co. ;_ Funk & Deim Betty Geering General Biol. Supplies- General Science Service E. A. Genrich _ .._ Mrs. E. A. Genrich Marguerite Gilmore Ginn & Co., ^__Globe Ticket Co. Bertha Godfrey Graham's Store Gregg Pu. Co. __ D. W. Griffin Co. Crimb Gunder Fred C. Hagg _, Verona Hagg Mrs. John Haggard — Hall-McCreary Ruth Hammerstrom Ralph Harberts Harcourt Brace & Co.__ Harper Brothers Harris Conoco Harvey Mat Co. Hawcott & Ogg • D. C. Heath & Co. W. L. Heerdt John Hegarty & Sons __ Henry Helmers Riner Helmers Higley Chemical Co. H. S. Activity Fund- Julia Hillestad Hillyard Sales Co. J. I. Holcomb M. J. Holdren Holley School Supply. . Marjorie Holmquist Cynthia Holster ___ Hood's Grocery Dorothy Hoover Hopkins Sporting Goods Margaret Hullerman __ Huntington Laboratories Hutchison fie Hough — Hutchison & Hut6hison_ Internat'l Business Machine Institute for Research-Informative Classroom Pict. lOwa Band Inst. Service Iowa Blind Products __ Iowa Pupils Reading Cir. Iowa- State Safety Council . P. R. Irons K. D. James Paul James Janney-Semple - Hill_._ Bernice Jensen f Dan Jensen Mrs.. Dan Jensen Mrs. Amy Johnson Mrs. Bertha Johnson.--. C. S. Johnson Grocery. _ Delores Johnson Jordan Johnson Johnson Service Melyin Johnson Junior Literary Guild Ed Kain _. Kald Products Co, ..... G. T. Reefer v R.qy.K.eo.n Kennedy & Parsons Keystone Envelope Co.. Keystone'; View —_;.David King C. H. Disursemenis— Sch. House towa Des Moines Nat'l B. & T. $ 682.50 Iowa State Bank _.—,_ 10,120.00 Merchants Nat'l Bank _ 35.00 C. A. Momyer —_ 29.12 White Phillips Corp. __ 17.50 TOTAL ..'. :$10,884.12 Disbursements General Advance Pub. Co. .$ 139.64 Algona Bakery 4.20 Algona Flour & Feed... 77.84 Algona Food Market _._ 27.25 Algona Ice Cream Factory , 16.84 Algona Ins. Agency _,— 5.00 Algona Laundry 209.43 Algona Super-Service .. Algona Upper Des L54 Moines '--„ ----- . — 112.03 W, D, Allen Mfg. Co. _. 86.14 Amer. Ass'n Sch. Administration ._.„—, American" Book Co. ____ American E d u c a t i on Press „„ ____ ,-„,,.,American Library Ass'n American Medical Ass'n American P u b 1 ishing Co. 2.00 19.99 41.49 2.00 1.00 2.55 American Red Cross .. 30.76 ijjoda Anderson 1145.00 jMMff and' isgMM lmw-s t of Spencer spent Saturday at the , Of Mr, and Mrs. Ed, parks. dtniw^gwatg at tlje Parks were Mr. ,an4 MJJS. ,FPed flf Austin, Minnesota, P, CtrJstensen <tt , Hjir!«y and] D. Appletqn - Century Co, -„,,,.,-. Arnold Motors Athletic Journal 5.27 3.36 1.50 Helen Austin -„_..,.-„ 1310.00 Byron Arnold „ , 815.00 E. E. AtUeson. . - 25,00 Harry Baker __ n ,—„_„ 1641,19 W. H. Bosworth _. Botsford Lbr. Co. Brodhead - Garrett — 33.75 73.59 87.29 Stella Broholm 1257.53 Brown's Dairy „.__ 89.30 Bruce Publishing Co. __ Mrs. Allen Brunson — 1.25 2.00 Jeannette Bryan _______ : 975.00 Bureau Dental Hygiene 4.01 Bureau Educa. Research 97.69 Cadmus Books ______ •__ 8.97 Lois Campbell ........ 10,701.00 Mary F. Carney _______ 2,30 Lawrence Carrington .. 55,60 Cedar Specialties Co.... 13.20 Ruth Cedergren ____ ... 1120.00 Century School Crafts.. 7.62 Alice Mae Chester ______ 155.00 Chicago Apparatus Co._ 19.81 Chrischilles Store _____ 66.58 Ch'ristensen Machine Co. 15.37 City of Algona ..,, ___ 2052.33 Circline Ruler Co. Civics Educa. Press ___ Civics Educa. Service , Coast to Coast ---- „ ---Harvey Coleman -----Commonwealth Book Co, Consolidated Te x t i 1 e Co. — _____ „-- _____ Consumer's Research -„ Thos.. V. Conway ______ P. & F. Corbin -------Cowan Bldg. Supply Co George B_arker wwrt Qo. 45.75 52.49 , Barry 0 Q 13.42 1065.00 U3.68 , i-Peinbjj»rg Inc. „_ A, Bartholomew _„ A TO 1 ~ " rS • sv 18.35 47.00 32.50 2.54 8.10 13.74 10.35 1.S2 57.50 3.04 57.26 Cowan & Son 164-75 Ste'phen Cox -—, 325.00 ~ A, Crocker 143.50 Bert Cronan , 1726.56 Oa-Lite Screen Co. _,__ 3frOQ W, C, Dau Garage t^-_ 1.40 Debaters Digest Decker Brothers'- Demco Library Supplies Denoyer-Geppert Co, _, Klamp's Service Kleihpeter Market __ Klipto Loose Leaf C. M. Knudson _; Koch Brothers _ Kohlhaas & Spilles Gordon Kuhn , ___ L. H. Kurtz Co. Eleanor La Barre O. B. Laing Laing & Muckey Dorothy Lane ': John Larson .» Atonzo Leach ..... Leckington Bindery _._ Les Reed Music Co. J. B. Lippincott Long's Studio Loring Supply Co. Kathleen Lorenz Lowe & Campbell Lusby & Giossi Delphine Lutes Lyon & Healey Macmillan Co. ——____ Jane Mahin Vlankato Fabrix Mat Co. Marshall & Swift Ruth Ann Martin McCormick - Mathers Kenneth McCoy J. G. McDowell ,._. McK i n 1 e y Publishing Co. Mrs. E. C. McMahon George McMahon Omar McMahon C. R. McVeigh ^ C. L. McVay ,. Herbert Merrill Metropolitan Supply ... Christine Michaelson —'_ Mid Bell Music Co, * ,. Midland Chemical Co. Mid West Debate Bureau Miller - Bryant-Pierce Miller Lmbr Co. Alvena Miller . Donald Miller Grace Miller __„ ,. Mrs. Georga Miller Mrs. H. W. Miller Milton-Bradley Co. Helen Moad Modern Dry Cleaners— Moe & Sjogren , Mrs. Evelyn Moore Scott Moore ,—_ Art Moulds ,„ Multi-Sharp Co. „ Evelyn Murray James Murtagh Nat'l Council Teachers of Eng. „_„ tfaf 1 Debate Service __,. 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