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The Algbna tipper DCS Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 6, 1943 MEYERS' SR,, WHITTEMORE, WED FORTY YEARS , Whittemore >— The immediate families of Mr. and Mrs. William IMeyeif, Sr., "gathered at their "home Sunday evening and pleas- IjShtly surprised their parents on ftheir 40th wedding anniversary. P'resent were Mr. and Mrs. Martin f Meyer and family of Garner, Mr. fand Mrs. Edwin Lieb arid family tof Lotts Creekj Mr. and Mrs. Al- Ibert Meyer and son, Roland and | daughter, Nelda, Mr. and Mrs. jHugo Meyer, Mr/ and Mrs. Leon- lard Meyer and Son, Gerald, Mr. |and Mrs. William Meyer, Jr., and § sort, William Elmo, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck. and family and Mr. |and Mrs. Herman Behnke. The I guests all brought well filled baskets which was served for lunch '• after the evening's entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were pre- i fiented with a sum of money. Maxine Bisenius underwent an appendectomy' Saturday at thd If McCreery hospital. ' The Rev. W.- H. Dischers attended a ministers' conference at Humboldt this week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Bell at Mapleton, Minn., recently. Mrs. Kuecker's brother, Mr. Bell, has been ailing for the past four months. Mrs. Everett Sigler of Sioux City spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell. Mrs. Sigler is a student nurse at the Lutheran hospital in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Bell took her back Monday./ Mr. and Mrs. Erwin J. Heidenwith and daughters, Donna and Elaine, and son, Charles, and M;-. and Mrs. Fred C. Wegener of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at their brother's home here, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. ' Ivan Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, was baptized Sunday forenoon by the Rev. W. H. Dis'cher, pastor of the Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs. Herman Behnke, Albert Meyer, of here, and Armon Lauck of Steen, Minn. , Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughters, Rosella and Elenora, and Milton Espe visited ^ at the Jack Johnson home in Rolfe Sunday. Evelyn V6igt and little Billy Johnson accompanied them home and the latter will be with the Voigt's lor two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Armon Lauck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Sr., of Steen, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and family, ahd Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Rosendahl s._Clare Wermexfe i*W-£?n.J: idarir.-lr^rS^ 1 Heidenwith home. They were on a week-end fishing trip to Los Island and Peterson. They had a nice mess of catfish, but we were unable to find out if there was a fish market in Spencer or if som< kind hearted fisherman shared hi: Catch with them. Mr. and Mrs. Armon Lauck and family of Steen, Minn., spent the week-end with/ relatives here They returned home Sunday evening and were accompanied by the former's parents,, Mr. and Mrs Henry Lauck, Sr., who have been visiting here the past three weeks at the homes of their daughters Mrs. Walter Struecker and Mrs Erwin Struecker, and their son Henry Lauck, Jr. 'A number of relatives gatherer, at the Leonard Meyer home Friday evening, the occasion .being Mrs. Meyer's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Alber Meyer and son, Roland and daughter, Nelda, Mr. and Mrs. Alfret Meyer and son Gayle, Mr. anc Mrd. William Meyer, Sr. ahd sons Ernest and Alvin, Mr. and Mrs William Meyer and son William Elmo, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and sons, Charles and Donald, Mr and Mrs, C. C. Baas and daughter Elda, Mr. and Mrs. Henty Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs and family, Mr. and Mrs George Schultz and family, anc Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke ant daughter, Marjorie. Cards were played during the evening ant lunch 'was served. serf bf'Tdrt'Dddge^ere Sa'turday and Sunday callers at the' Arthur WODEN BRIDE WED TO TITONKA MAN MONDAY, APRIL 26 Titonka — Carol Mae Goslin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Goslin of Woden, and Sylvester Hoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C Hoff of Titonka, were married Monday morning, April 26, at the Sacred Heart Catholic church at Woden, with Rev. Father B. White of Buffalo Center officiating with the single ring ceremony. The bride was given away by her father. Kathryn Putzstuck of LuVerne cousin of the bridegroom, was the bridesmaid and Robert Goslin, brother of the bride, was besi man. The bride wore a blue an'J white linen suit-dress and the bridesmaid wore a luggage tan butcher linen dress. Both wore corsages of pink roses and sweel peas. Mrs.. Edward McGreevey and.Mrs. Studer, of Crystal Lake, Jeanette Quinn and Marjorie Fitzpatrick sang "Mystery of Love." "Ave Maria" and "In This Sacrament." They were accompanied by Mrs. Prank Smith. Following the wedding a reception was held at the Dr. Tindall nome for about twenty-two guests. The dinner was prepared by'Mrs. Glaus Smith and Mrs. J. C. Helm. Marjorie Bruns, Jo Ann Tindall and Marjorie Smith were waitresses. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffl will make their home at .Des Moines, .where both are employed. Read The Want Adi—It Pays Pepsi-Cola Company, Long; Island City, N. Y. Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF FORT DODGE NOTICE TO f - / DOG OWNERS By reason of the prevalence of many splendid "Victory Gardens" in Algona this year, dogs running at large are a greater menace than ever before. The, Algona police are under instructions to capture and destroy all unlicensed clQgs and they are also instructed to impound all dogs running at large who are found to be damaging property, Owners will be 1 5 held responsible for damage caused by their dogs, Dog; owners are requested to co-operatq wttn the S ' authorities in this effort to safeguard property and save trouble and expense. FRANK A SENIORS TO GRADUATE AT TITONKA MAY 9TH Titonka — The Commencement exercises of the high school will be conducted May 12. The sermon to the graduates will be given by the Rev. Alfred Mardorf, of Ti- tohka, May 9. Valedictorian is Louis Oesterreicher and the saln- tatorian is Twyliah Hamstreet. Members of the graduating class are Verla Brand, Lavina Jandl, Anna Ricks, Gladys Ann Smith, Cecil Snyder, Duane Higgens, Louis Oesterreicher, Dayle Bruns, Richard KuckenrUther, Irene Rippentrop, Lydia Dreesman, Doloris Peterson, Twyliah Hamstreet, Marvin Johnston and Donna Ward. There is no special speaker. Mrs. Merle Westerlund of Lakota was a Sunday visitor in the George Higgens home. Mrs. Clifford Krantz and infant son returned Sunday from the hospital at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Arend Swalve and sons of Lakota were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Henry Swalve home. Mr.-and Mrs. B. H. Meyer and Wesley were Friday evening visitors at the John S. Rippentrop home. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Friest and family moved Saturday to Livermore, where he is employed in the John Deere shop. Mrs.-Nellie Elliott of Swea City arrived Thursday at the F. G. Elliott home and will visit her son and family a couple of days. Mrs. Robert Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Boyken, and .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt, of Woden, were callers at. the Eilert D. Boyken home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo,Orthel and children and Sidney were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Heifner and family at Clear Lake, on Sunday. Harvey Tuttle of Albert Lea came Sunday to assist with the work at the Lawrence Doege home for a few days. Mr. Tuttle is a brother of Mrs. Doege. Mrs. Rosella Jandl and .daughter, Delilah Rose, returned Friday from Estherville, where they had spent the' past two weeks at the Harry Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Christensen and David and Mrs. Geo. Koestler of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa were Sunday evening callers at the Clifford Krantz home. ( . Edward Boyken and Mrs. Wm.' Boyken drove to Mason City last' Thursday to bring Mrs. Edward Boyken and infant son, Jeffry William, home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alexander are the parents of a daughter, Donna Louise, born Wednesday, April 28, at the home of Mrs. Ray Hattsen. The Alexanders have one other child, a boy. Lorraine Kuchenruther, who has been in training with the WAAC's the past five months, arrived hdme Monday morning for a visit with her parents. She has been stationed in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson, Deloris and Gene, Miss Miller and Miss Keidel drove to West Bend Sunday afternoon to see the Grotto. Miss Miller and Miss Keidel were also supper guests at the Peterson home. Rev. A. Mardorf attended the Northeast Iowa Pastoral Conference at Lime Springs last week. Mrs. Mardorf, Paul and Allen, accompanied him and visited her The East % Northwest % Northwest >4, East % Southwest U Northwest Vi, Northeast % Northwest H4, Southeast 'A Northwest V t , West % NoTthwest >A Northeast >4. West Southeast #, Mi Northeast Northeast Northwest North- Southwest Northwest "4 n Section 26, cast Bast Southwest <4 all Township 04, Range 28; and all pub lic highways Included In District. You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is now pending before the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth 1 County, Iowa, a petition signed by more than 26% of the owners of said land, asking that a competent engineer be appointed to examine and survey said lands; that a drainage district be established Including said lands and other lands located In said District that may properly be Included, and that such ditches and drains be constructed within said district as will drain tfe surface water from said lands; that the public taereflt, utility, News of Seneca Vicinity A Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hanson o and Mrs. Harry Vohldieck and Armstrong spent Sunday evenin " ~' at the Clarence Petersen home. La Verne Wolf, who is employe it the Bancroft Hatchery, spen Sunday with her George Wolfs. parents, th Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mw George Wolf, left for Sioux Falls 3. D., last Thursday where sh las a position awaiting her. Elain las until recently been employe' at Fairmpnt, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee anc sons of Depew were Sunday din let guests at the Jens Petersen lome. Mr. Lee has been suffering Jie past two weeks with a foo nfection and has been unable t< ivork. | Divine services will be held on Sunday, May 9th, at 11:30 a.m. in he Blakjer Lutheran church a Seneca. Student Pastor David J Quill will bring the message on he very timely topic, "The Miss- ng Disciple." Sunday School wil lommence at 10:30 ami. ' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen entertained Sunday in honor o. heir son, Bobby's 5th birthdaj anniversary. Guests included Mrs "ennie Jensen, the Linius Jensens George Jensens and Ralph Jensens, all of Ringsted, Mrs. Anna Osborn of Fenton and the Millen Jensens. Sunday guests at the Ray anc Caleb Hartshorn home /included Mrs. Gale Estle of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs. Roy Winter, Mr. and Mrs Henry Mitchell and family of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle of Ledyard. Mrs. Gale Estle is leaving soon* for Florida to be with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey entertained Sunday in honor of Mrs Irene Yager and daughter of Emmetsburg, who plan to go out west shortly after school is out. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wagoner and family, Mr. «nd Mrs. Weber Yager and Frank Bailey and Hadley, all of Fenton, Russell, son 9f Mr. and Mrs. Otto R. Jensen, is enjoying a furlough at the home of his parents. Although he had a 12-day furlough from, Camp Van Dorn, Miss., three days were spent on the way, thereby giving him only six days with home folks. He arrived home last week Friday and leaves again t thjs Friday. Wayne Wttberg was the guest of honor at a fajnjly get-together at the home pf $s parents, the Martin Wilbergs, Saturday evening. Wayne, wljo has been in the Naval Reserves wjule attending Luther College at Decora)}, r^. ceived his call to report at the lies Moines induction center Tuesday. Those prssenj in ? } W de<j Mr, Mr*, W, F, tttmfei U3,Wi Titpnks— .The United Women's. League met Thursday afternoon for instajtetton o* at the Itfgtej JJaJJ, Tta wejre: Irene, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus and children and the Lawrence Presthus family, Bancroft, the John Johannesens, Lone Rock, and the Henry Lofts. His grandparents were unable to be present due to illness. Wayne, accompanied by his brother, Lloyd, left Sunday morning for Decorah and from there on to Des Moines. Lloyd expects to return home on Wednesday. and draining said lands and by changing the water course therein. That the drainage of said territory car be aflected hy deepening and relaying and lengthening an existing tile line; that said tile line will begin at approximately the North 1-16 corner of the Southwest "4 of Section 2G-94-28 and run thence Ir a Northerly and Easterly direction, and such other lateral drains a* may be necessary to afford an outlet to all of the land tributary to salJ main drainage system, and which will effectually drain' said territory. That the engineer so appointed has reported favorably thereon, recommending the establishment of said District. That said report and plan has been approved by the Board of Supera tentative plan for said visors nnrpntq Mr ami Mr<? P T New- i health, convenience, and welfare parents, mr. ana ivirs. r. o. INCW ,„ b I)romo ted by ditching, tiling bauer, at Oelwein. . . •. . ..*. . . . = Mrs. Alvin Honken entertained the U-Deal-M club Friday evening. Guests were Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, Mrs, Mary Oesterreicher and Mrs. James McColley. Score honors were won by Mrs. Jerry Breen, Mrs. George Higgens and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptly were pleasantly surprised Friday evening when about fifty relatives and friends gathered at their home to honor their 20th wedding anniversary. A social evening was spent and lunch, brought by the guests, was served. Mr. and Mrs. Hauptly were presented with a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Isebrand and Dennis of Chicago, arrived Saturday to visit the Senus Isebrand family and also to see his brothers, Pvt. Richard Isebrand, who left on Monday for Childress, Texas, following a 14-day furlough with his parents,-and Morris Isebrand of Camp' Davis, N. C., who arrived home Monday morning. The two brothers had a few hours together. Mrs. Louis Larsen celebrated her birthday Sunday. Relatives who called in the afternoon in honor of the occasion included Mr. and Mrs. Miller Nelson and Ronald, the Nelson brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Davidson of Ringsted, Martin Nelson and son Billy of Crystal Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Larsen of Detroit, Mr.' Merritt of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Larsen and family of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Larsen of Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon of Ventura and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Isebrand and Dennis of Chicago were dinner guests at the Senus Isebrands Sunday. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. John Pannkuk, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ailts, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ites and Donna and Ilene, Mrs. John Ailts, Mr. and Mrs. Sever Pannkuk, Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Marjorie, Doris Franzen, Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Pannkuk, Duncombe, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pannkuk, Bricelyn, and Rev. and Mrs. Frank Shutjer and daughters called to see Pvt. Richard Isebrand, .Improvement. That the said report and plnnf may be amended before the final action by the Board of Supervisors or establishment of said District. For a more complete description of the proposed drain, see Engineer's report on file. - That the same will come up for hearing before the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, at the Courthouse In Algona, Iowa, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. on" the 15th day of June, 1943. That all claims for damages except claims for land required for right of way, and all objections to the establishment* of .said District for any reason must be made in writing and filed In the oftlce of the County Auditor at or before the time set for such hearing. Witness my official signature with the Seal of Kossuth County, Iowa, hereto affixed this 4th day of May. 1943. (Seal) 18-19 E. S. KINSEY, County Auditor. Council Minutes April 29, 1943. The City Council met in regular session. All members, were present. Minutes read and approved. The following bonds were approved: City Treasurer; City Clerk and Marshalls. Appropriating Ordinance No. 596 was passed. Appropriating Ordinance No. 595 An Ordinance appropriating monies to certain persons therein named. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: Section 1. That the following sums are hereby appropriated._to be paid to the persons hereinafter named. ELECTRIC FUND L. M. Bellock, salary $ 77.30 F. C. Dailey, salary 82.05 Tom Halpin, salary 77.30 Walter Gorman, salary .... 77.3C C. C. Wright, salary 63.05 Earl Bowman, salary 43.67 Wm. O. Ludwig, salary .... 65.42 Alvis Hill, salary 55.92 R. S. Barton, salary 63.05 Board Proceeding Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa. April 5, 1943. 9:00 O'clock A,M.» Board of Supervisors met at regular session with the following members presentt Fraser, Qulnn, Helken, McDonald, and None. Scr.ram. Absent: Motion by Heiken and 2nd by McDonald that the Secretary read the minutes of the last regular session and all adjourned sessions. Ayes: All. The minutes of the last regular session and all adjourned sessions were read by E. S. Kinsey, Secretary of the Board. Motion by Helken and 2nd by Qulnn that the minutes of the last regular session and all adjourned sessions stand approved as. read. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Schram that the following reports be approved: Sheriff's Quarterly report to Supervisors, Recorder's report of fees collected, Clerk's report \ fees collected and Auditor's re- >rt of fees collected. Ayes: All. Motion by Qulnn and 2nd by Helken that a refund of (2.00 be made to S. E. Straley for 1942 poll tax charged In Fenton Incorp. by error. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Helken that Schram make necessary repairs on Drainage District No. 4. Ayes.: All. Motion by Schram and 2nd by Qulnn that Fraser make necessary repairs on Drainage District No. 147. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and 2nd by Schram that Qulnn make necessary repairs on Drainage District No. 69. Ayes: AIL On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as "per Schedule of Claims Hereinafter Written." H. E. Stephenson, salary .... 74.92 Chester Webb,, salary ...... 60.67 Frank Ostrum, salary ...... 5.62 Joe Dunn, salary .............. 26.07 H. S. Roth, salary ............ 79.67 C. U. Pollard, salary ........ 110.67 Ira Kohl, salary ................ 42.92 Adah Carlson, salary ........ > 82.03 Laura Mitchell, salary .... 67.80 Bertha E. Johnson, labor.. 13.59 Diesel Servi, oil ................ 628.28 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., freight ......... .. ................... 503.83 Fulton ^Iron Works, repairs 35.19 Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., mdse ................................. 10.70 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse ................................. Northland Elec., mdse ..... Algona L'dry, service ........ 18.47 3.37 9.00 1.07 Line Material Co., mdse ..... Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse .............................. ... 10J50 Westinghouse Elec. Sup., mdse.' ................................ 3.45 Frankl Conoco Sta., gas.... 24.C9 Mid Continent Pet. Corp., gas ...................................... 35.44 Harms Oil Co., gas Dutch's Super Service, re- ' pairs ....". ................... .'. ........ Clements Service, gas .... Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse. Railway Express Agency, express Advance COUNTY FUND Publishing Company, Board proceedings, Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supplies ,... Cllpto {Loose Leaf Co., sup-' 135.06 54.64 plies «. 266.58 Coch Brothers, supplies .. l.OT oe Anderson, supplies ... 6.00 A. B- Laurltzen. travel exp 29.80 POOR FUND Jurt Creamery Co., prov.. 28.94 Whittemore Elevator, fueK 60.80 i'enton Drug Co., medical supplies ., 3.. 3.12 C. I* Cavanaugh, medical supplies 7.84 Jrnest Miller, rent' 8.0C -,eo M- Saunders. rent ..'.,, 8.00 RESOLVED: That the County udltor IB hereby authorised to Isue warrants for all bills allowed t this meeting as "per Schedule f Claims Hereinbefore Written." Motion by Helken and 2nd by lulnn _that the Board adjourn to the .oi*< ^y68* A*I* j. H. PHASER, Chairman, B. S. KINSEY, Cpunty Auditor. Botsford Lbr. Co., mdse... Pratt Elec. Co., mdse Thorpe Wood & Iron Wks., repair Cowan Bldg. & Sup. Co., mdse J. L. Richardson Hdwe., mdse Reliable Decorators, repair Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse Funk & Diem, mdse Northwestern Bell, service Victory Tax Fund, V tax Alek C, Miller, house and lot 500.00 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage „.. 240.00 H. E. Stephenson, expense 1.00 WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary 77.30 Frank Ostrum, salary 5JJ.18 Joe Dunn, salary , 27.07 Earl Bowman, salary 21.75 C. U. Pollard, salary 25.00 Ira Kohl, salary 22.50 3.60 3.53 19.14 1.31 1.69 6.29 80.93 .60 2.04 1.61 3.65 8.26 1,89 22.84 46.76 tCmnut To Cuoper & James , lo Tbil w* ges, Rose spoliation Mrs. W, F, Mrs. Howard j Mrs. Idenour and Charles Hanselman •wnerij of the real estate hereinafter the" Equitable. Life Insurance . described: Co. of Iowa, Llenholder a— „,_„«_ brareer ot a portion of said real estate hereinafter described: ""^ Clements Super Service, gas ....... , ............... , ............ Neptune Meter Co., repairs Leighton Sup". Co., mdse.-. Frank) Conoco Station, gas Victory Tax Fund, V tax Electric Light Pept, mdse. GENERAL FUND Jesse Lashbrook, salary.. Pratt. Electric Co., mdse... Botsford Co., mdse... Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse. .... Laing & Muckey, mdse ..... V, V. Naudain, mdse ......... Cowan Bldg. & Sup. Co., mdse, ......... ., ................ „... Thorpe Wood & Iron Wks., mdse ..... County Implement Co., mdse Percival Motors, mdse Dutch's Super Serv., mdse. Harms Oil Co., gas ..,.„ Continental Oil Co., gas .... Midwest Service Co, gas.. George Dettman, salary .. Matt Parrott & Sons, 4.63 1.53 16.94 12.46 2.70 44.15 79.07 2.35 9.88 10,41 1.54 37.08 3.68 63.05 U2 39.56. 31.27 19,14 33.67 40.00 17.66 Tim O'Brien, satoy ,..„.;„. «5.42 ' A. fl.'MpuM§, sajlary Cecil McGttnjs; salary C. 73,55 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Algona Fire Co., service ... 224.00 Hooker Supply CoL, mdse 30j)2 J. N. Johnson, mdse 8.50 Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse. ... 7.00 Algona Ins. Agcy., Ins. ... 170.00 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 4.34 Railway Express Agency, express .72 Brady Transfer, freight.... .91 Dutch's Super Serv., gas 5.69 Ira Kohl, inspection 4.50 SWIMMING POOL FUND Des Moines Drug Co., mdse 38.64 COMFORT STATION Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent .... 25.00 Mrs. A. M. Collinson, salary 20.00 VICTORY TAX FUND Collector of Internal Revenue, tax 390.00 SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary 20.00 Joe Dunn, salary 7.53 Frank Ostrum, salary 10.12 GRADING FUND Elliott Skilling, salary 81.17 Oliver Bakken, salary 51.17 Chas. Harvey, salary 51.17 Fay Minnard, salary 51.17 Victory Tax Fund, V tax .. 5.32 DEPOSIT FUND Albert Blanchard et al, refund 45.00 Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval. Passed and approved this 29th day of April, 1943. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Announcement We Have Now Added To Our Stock Helena Rubinstein Cosmetics Formerly Handled By The MARIGOLD BEAUTY SALON Keep Your Skin Lovely With Rubinstein K. D. 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Package ....... 19c CLOROX Gallon 250 WHEAT FLAKES 23c KELLOGG'S PEP J Pkgs. 23c Flour" Barrel $1,89 TJBST PRIZE" ^T^*T™ LEMONS «tor 17* SWEET AS SUGAR! Tfce large juicy arftpefruft ftt Ott Oak are *—-'-* tweet t wtthwfc WAXEfl RUTABAGAS, U, fe WINESAP APPUS, U», YQUHG CARROTS, 2 Bchl, H« Ik ,, Nancy P. & a SOAP PRODUCTS >- • '-- ; *'- ~~f^Hfc*j

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