Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1939 · Page 16
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1*AQE8IX Small Up to $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. Prompt, courteous, service. ontidenttal NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO KOB8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. 10WJ Student Pastor at Swea City Will Kext to Upper Dea Phone 125 o4nes office Jgona, Iowa Money For Personal Needs I $50 and Up 'When extra cash is needed for seasonal expenses—let us arrange a 'personal loan for jou through one of .our many credit plans. Small monthly payments are arranged out of income with ample time to repay. » * » * We •tier a special loiIB plan for farmers Autos refinanced—payments reduced * * » * Our friendly service to;,both married and ningle persons. We have helped is available many with their financial problems through our. modernized loan service. -Let us help yon. P. J. Kohlhaas Algona, lo^fa Phone £2 General Insurance Agency. Let us tell you about the Atm Life Insurance Company's new Farm Loan Plan. Low rates, a 26 year repayment plan, a Reserve Fund Safety feature, a liberal ^re-payment privilege, no commission, appraisal, or title examination costs to the borrower. It's worth investigating. %» Authorized Representative in this territ HUTCHISON & HOUGH I/and, Loans, and Insurance State Ban Algona, Iow Bldg. INSTALLATION AS PASTOR TO BEJUNE25TH Swea CHy, June 5—Raymond-Olson, who* is' c fiHlng life padtbtates of the Norwegian Lutheran churches <at Swcn.eity an* Armstrong, is to.* bcofdathed 'Sunday, .June .'11, ,at Eagle Grove. Dr. N. Astrup liar- •sen, president .of .the ,Iawa district, wJll .officiate. Official fiMtalla- tion as pastor of the two churches will then be held Sunday, June 25, with the Rev. J. J. Skarpness, of Thompson, in charge, Former Grocer Now Contractor— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benson, with a son, were here from.Brain- erd< Mln n., for a Memorial day. vis it with Mrs. Benson's mother, Mrs Martin Nelson. Arthur, who one operated a , grocery, store here, i now head of a contracting firm a Bralnerd, anb. he reported a rush ing business. Mrs. Benson' nephew, Rudolph Lundqulat, wen to .Brainerd with the Bensons, t remain during the summer. Georgia Couple Visits Here— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vandenburg Atlanta, Ga., are spending a vaca tion, with relatives at Armstrong ;Decorah, and other points. Th .couple called on the Rev. and Mrs R. C. Swanson last week Monday Mrs. Vandenburgh, formerly: Ettie Eldridge, was 'principal of the Armstrong high school before mar rlage, and she .was a schoolmate of, the Swansons at Auguatana col lege, Rock Island, 111. Thursday Club Takes Vacation— The Thursday club began its summer vacation this week, having held its final meeting at the home of Mrs. R. S. Sperbeck May 25. Mra. H. E. Woodward, W^iitt,e r more, county federation •''pres-idejiii and member of the county g.arden club, spoke on home gardening Mrs. Stuart Butterfleld gave.a lau.- ternslide lecture on home gardening. Swea Cltyan's Mother Hurt- Mrs. Monford Peterson was called to her old home at Letts Creek a few days ago, when her mother, Mrs. Albert Kressin, was Injured in a fall from a table while housecleanlng. Mrs. Kressin suffered shock and painful bruises, but was .sufficiently improved to let Mrs. Peterson leave by last week Sunday. Band Opens the Season— The municipal band made its first appearance of the season, in the Memorial day exercises at Reynolds park. The Rev. R. P. Bronleewe gave the address, and a quartet composed of Cecil Thoreson, A. B. Tweeten, and the Ogren brothers sang. A large crowd was present. DODDS FAMILY, OF GOOD HOPE, OFF FOR VISITS IN WISCONSIN Good Hope, June 5 — Mr. and .J4i;s. W. I. ,,Dodd8, with the daughters 'Bernlce and Flfence and the son James have gone to Orants- ,bui;g, Wis., for.aifew days with the Walter- Podds" f Aintty. Walter is a brother of W. I. The local Dodda family .also ..to call on the Backed by 56 years of Paint and Varnish Manufacturing Experience Trade-Mark your Guarantee. Our $2.50 OUR BEST House Paint, gal._ INTERIOR GLOSS Walls and Woodwork, gal. _ FLAT WALL PAIN'jd Walls and £4 Ceiling, gal. 9 I * FLOOR AND DECK PAINT, Porch Floors, Grmlnnte is Grocery Clerk- Don Bilsborough went to Storm Lake last week Tuesday, again for summer employment in an uncle's grocery. A graduate of this year's class from Swea City high school, he expects to enter college next fall. He was a star basketball player. Two New Jobholders Here- Two new employes of Swea City business firms are Carl Kiewiet, Buffalo Center, meat cutter at the creamery locker plant, and R. L Tostenrud, Estherville, mechanic for the Bell Motor Co. His family will come later this summer. Cooking School Tomorrow An Interstate Power Co. cooking school will be held at the Legion hall this week Wednesday. Arabella Bates Cotton, home economic specialist, will be in charge . .. Hugh McDptifclde .at -Floadwood Wis. Mr. McDonald is a former Good Hope resident, having been reared .here on a farm ;t ; wo mUtis West of the church. He is a brother-in-law of Charles Morris, Lone Rock. The Dodds' plans will take them to Janesville, Wis., for next Sunday to attend a reunion of Kueck relatives. They are travel- Ing In a new De Luxe Ford V-8 Tudor sedan just purchased. Former Teacher Here Weds— 'The Henry Engstroms drove to Ogden Sunday for the wedding of Anna Jensen to Roland L, Bernau. The bride Is a niece "of Mrs, Engstrom,, also of Mrs. Otto Engstrom, Elmore, and I. W. Nelson, of Lone Rock. Sfce is well known in this community as teacher last year of the school In No. 4. The .bridegroom is the son, of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bernau, well known residents of Cresco township. The newlyweds will live : on the Henry Dearchs farm, two miles south and a mile east of. the Good Hope church, which they have rented and where the bridegroom has been living since March 1. Sunday School Picnic Planned— The Good Hope Sunday school Interlaken (date furnished later). Peop\e,. attending are-to take lunch and eating equipment. Coffee and lemonade wills be furnished., All members, and friends of the .s^opj are 'Invited,' Dinner will 'be served at noon. Persons going may meet .at the chur.ch not la.ter, than 10:30 ™ . . . ,a. :ni. i-or ..gpvdlrectC »dupt. '.R. F. Hawcott or Pastor Wood may be notified by . persons who 'have no way of , their own ,to , go. Persons having room In cars are asked -to inform the same gentlemen.. Later— The picnic is dated for Mon day, June 12. Broesder Rome Is Improred— The E. L. Broesders have recently redecorated their kitchen and dining room, and they have material on hand for the Mart of a 14x24x12 story and a half, four room/ half-basement cottage which Is to be built on the north and adjacent to their home for the Wll- l!am> Broesders, who ''have been sharing the parental home since marriage five years ago. ' Three Birthdays Celebrated— The Albert; Walkers, the William Broesders, and the Derwood . • McArthurs", Goop Hope, and the P. A. tfcArthurs, Algona, .had a 'picnic birthday dinner at Ambrose A< Gall park (Sunday in honor of Melvin Walker, whose birthday was, May 24; Mrs. Albert Walker, May -2T, and Derwood McArthur, May 28. Fnrmwlfe Has Face Ailment- Mrs/ William Broderson is recovering from a akin irritation on every year about this tin e, se'etns 'to be'allergic'in character, and makes its appearance iollow- ing work in her, garden i i the •spring, 'i,.......... ; .. Foiir-H Girls Hare Meeting The 4-H club met at the Good 'Mope Community room Saturday to perfect plans for Rally lay at fiu.rt June 6. Mrs. Ruth Hicks home deuionsti'ttllon agent, wa l»feBetit and •offered -auggestlons Charlene Rath was hostess. Children's Day Is Planned- Children's day will be ce ed at the Good Hope and more Methodist churches ebrat Whitte nex Sunday with special features, re ceptlon of hew members, and ad ministration of the sacrament o baptism. will soon hold Us annual picnic at her face from which she suffers Other Good Hope. Albert Madson, Mrs. Roberk. Dcr scheld, daughter Phyllis Jure, Er na Madson, and Laverne. K< Igren Eagle Grove, were at dinner at the Rev. Allen Wood's on Decoration day. as guests of Martha Madson The house on the formei Wil ed by new nnlng crew was out Saturday to complete gutter work., .The W. J. Bournes, Algona were dinner guests at R. F. Havcott's Sunday and were guests for sup per at the Rev. Allen Wood'k The Nathan Parrs were at Kan- a-wha Sunday, attending to pro- Decoration day duties at a cemetery. Ham Martin farm now occup the Arthur Bakers has a shingle roof.^The Schrader t CIT\vBILL5 • : '•: ..•.-.,.'.;.•... -, .V\vt,\V'r "'. SEXTON MAN'S is FATALLYHURT Sexton, June 5—Word was received last week Tuesday evening by Oscar Hammond that his brother John, formerly Swea City, now Clinton, 111., had been seriously inured the day before when a truck sacked up and hit him. The Oscar lammonds, William Hammond, of Vesley, and Mrs. William Woods, Woden, brothers and sister, left mmediately for Clinton. Little mpe for John's recovery was re- orted. South Dakotans Local Guests— Mrs. George Wermersen and her on Kenneth,: accompanied by Jas. Steven, arrived recently from Mil- jbe'-Kelfyr^larT'' .I"™" &%{'?'W 'Srtllvl*"' er, S. D. Kenneth was to go back J °e Dunn, salary ~ 38.40 (Helmuth Huenh May 25, 1939. The city Concil met In regular session. The mayor and all the coun- cllmen were present. The minutes of the last meeting •were read and approved. The following bonds were approved: H. L. Gilmore, City Treasurer JSOOO.OO •L»lshton Miabach, Mayor _ 500.00 •Arthur Moulds, Marshal 1009.00 Cecil MdGinnls, Marshal 1000.09 Tim O'Brlan, Marshal _. " 1000,00 Adah Carlson, City.Clerk 2000.00 The opening date for the pool was set for June; JO. A motion was carried that all salaried employes having been in the am- iPloy of the City for one year be given 10 days vacation. App. Ord. No. 601 was passed. FUNID 87.50 70.00 70.00 .-.--_ 67.EO C. U. Pollard, salary Leo Bellock, salary 1 " C. Dalley, salary iTom Hialpln,. salary Walter Gorman, salary 67.60 C. C. Wright, salary 65.00 iRay Barton, salary H~ 65.00 IH. E. Stephenson, saJary ~ 65.00 Iowa Theatre, refund iN.^C. Rice, j refund . .. Kenneth Hair.ls, '-refund ;' 'John Nordstrom, refund T. C. Sherman, refund •Harold S. Roth, refund Mrs. C. D. Fellows, refund John Bieaer, refund .O. S. Lindsay, refund A. W. Amunson, refund C. R. La Barre, refund Jens Knutson, refund •Mrs. Mart Jones, refund (Boy Keen, refund •Merle Webster, refund" Oliver Moe, refund <D. P. Smith, refund R. A. Clark Groc., refund Walter Stevens, refund W. L. Whitney, refund Mrs. Mary A. Miller, refund" (Bertha Smith Stock refund ~ Dennis Goeders, refund Vic Parsons, refund W. C, Dewel, refund Kossuth Co. Advance, refund Gordon Dewel, refund Dick Ristnt, refund " Oliver Moe, refund Milton Dahl, refund '• Perry M. Collins, refund G. D. Shunv.vay, refund Mrs. Paul Fechner, refund Prank Setbritz, refund - Bert_GrinneII, refund III""" refund r and she will also electric ranges. demonstrate T/epion Auxiliary to Elect— The Legion Auxiliary urges all members to be present this week Tuesday night for election of officers. The election will be from the floor, as there is no nominating committee RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY A City Store With Country Prices. One tube 0/NlfVO cleans seven 9x12 RUGS and a 5 -piece set of upholstery 5Oc This scientific cleantr that comes In a tube is easy aid simple to use. Just spray or sponge a solution of NUVO on -he surface to be cleaned — th<n wipe with damp doth and presto— off comes the dirt, greise and grime. NUVO is safe, contains no acid or alkali and will ck ui anything on which water may be used. » N« mtu ,.-. dritt quuklyl . LUSBY'S City. The Methodist Aid will meet this week Wednesday, Mesdames William Mather, R. E. Ridge, Harold Ditsworth, and Walter Lunn, with J. Iva Moats, entertaining. Mrs. Annie Taylor, Alsona, will also be an assisting hostess. Mrs. Elmer Smith will lead devotions, Mrs L. O. McNelll, the lesson, and Mrs John Haglund will supply music. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kesler snent Memorial day at Radcliffe with relatives. The son Gayle and i Ins wife, who were here from Minneapolis over the week-end, went on to the parental Nelson home at Uuthven, and returned to Minne- .anolis from there. Supt. and Mrs. A. H. Schuler the John Roths, DHk Berg, and Arthur Collins spent several days ast week in northern Minnesota, fishing. Edw. Rohlin and a iJarty of friends made good catches at Norway lake, near Willmar. ! Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Nelson left a j week ago Saturday with their ! daughter, Mrs. Clyde Butterfield, and her husband, of Chicago, for a vacation trip to Los Angeles and other points in southern California. Mrs. Norman Anderson went to Williams last week Sunday with her son Clifford, who, with his family, had driven here that day. She was to remain there three weeks. 1 Darwin Hanifan, brakemau for the Illinois Central, was here from Chicago last week, visiting his father, Jeff Hanifan, and Darwin's i brothers Thomas and Forrest. l Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nelson, Min! neapolis, and their daughter Marlene snent the week-eud of May 28 with Ted's father, 'John S. Nelson, and other relatives here. Cecil Griffith missed several days from his accustomed place at the Rexall store last week while he was suffering from flu. Laura Boettcher, Fenton, has been s"endlne; a few. days with her aunt, Mrs. Charles'Schemmel. The Harry Swansons, of Albert after a few days, but Mrs. Wer- mersen came for a longer visit, nd Mr. Steven is at his son Harey's, north of town. 'o Teach at Maple HHI— Pedelia, daughter of Mr. and Vfrs. Jurgen J. Skow, Wesley, has een elected to teach primary pupils in the Maple Hill chools. She has completed a two- ear course at Waldorf college, orest City. [ontana Girl Visits Here— ' Pauline Blue, Billnigs, Mont., ho had spent a few days with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, left Wednesday for home. She attended the graduation exercises of her cousin, Rex Taylor. Attends High School Events- Rex Taylor, of the Algona high school graduating class, attended a junior-senior picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Friday and a senior breakfast Saturday morning at the high school building. Case of Malta Fever— Mrs. Fred Neahring came down Thursday with malta fever and was taken to the Kossuth hospital Friday. Aid Plans Ice Cream Social- Mrs. George Olson was hostess Thursday to the Aid. Mrs. Skow, Wesley, led devotions. Plans were laid for an ice cream social. Other Sexton News. The Fan-is Johnstons, Gilmore City, and Miss Emma Jeanne R1ng- genberg, Algona, were supper guests at W. C. Taylor's last week Tuesday evening, and all attended high school commencement exercises at Algona, in which Rex Taylor was graduated. Mrs. John Schuler, daughter Joan, Mrs. Hollis Beedle, the lat- ler's son Clifford, and Edward, Arlene, and Herman Hammond, Swea City, were visitors at Oscar Hammond's on Decoration day. The Lloyd Stevens, Mapletou, Minn., and the Harvey Stevens here attended a homecoming at Corwith on Memorial day. The Stevens used to live there. Philip Thornton, Storm Lake, and his son Melvin brought Lois Miller, Buena Vista college student, home on Memorial day. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodges, formerly of Rudd, arrived last week Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. The William Greens attended Memorial day exercises at Corwith and then visited Mrs. Grace Green, Lu Verne. The W. C. Taylors and Pauline Blue, Billings, Mont., were at West Bend last week Sunday to see the Grotto. Myrtle Waters, of Minneapolis, snent last week with her sister, Mrs. Sim Bemis. Life Insurance Paid. The Modern Woodman for June reports allowance of a certificate held by the late L. F. Jenkinson. City, spent the week-end with their cousin, Hugo Fagerlund. •Mrs. Anna Hugi, of Plymouth, came Tuesday for a week it.Ia.er son D. C. Hugi's. Monford Peterson is painting the- residence property owned • by Harry Hanson. Adah. salary Amer. Salt Corp., mdseT iGen. Electric (Jo., mdse Fulton Iron Works Co., nidseT Elec. Supply Co., mdse. _ iWestinghouse Elec. Co., mdse" jTerry Durin. Co.,. mdse. Mall. Iron Range Co., mdse" \W. S. Nott Co, mdse. Globe Mach.. i& Sup,~~~Co" mdse. Huenhold, refund""" 'Mrs. Mary Sorensen, refund " Frances L. Herbst, refund — Joel M. Herbst refund ~~~ 46.161.Joel M.- Herbst, refund • 260.30 (Delia Troutman, refund 218.30 .Harley Troutman, refund 72.50 76.00 2.19 38.40 1S2.74 20.00 7.84 (Diesel Service Co., oil 52561 iC. M. & St. P. R'y, freight 389.49 Soeony Vacuum Oil Co.,. old. M.75 Burr. Add. Mach. Co., malnt R R. Yates, mdse. _ Algona Laundry, laundry Cresco-Union Elec. Co., se~rV~ Municipal Fin. Officers Ass'n" dues la Central. Mot. Esp,," frelg-hi H. W. Post, freight iR'y Express Agency, freight" N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service" Hawcott & Ogg,. mdse. " ..„ iNorton Maoh. Works, repairs.. 17.17: 60.80 2.00 9.35 3.75 10.00 21.36 .55 2.27 14.76 1.60 Algona U. D. M., printing 1 22.99 WATER JFTUND' "" C. U. Pollard,, salary _ S.OO Harry Barton, salary "1.1"._' . 42.50 60.00 67.50 l'.3,> 4.50 7.20 G.S5 10.79 49.2S «2.37 Frank Ostruun, salary ' 6500 Earl Bowman, salary II""I Laura Mitchell, salary "" Don Paliner, lalbor "I Fred Groribach,..labor _I.."".' Bob Knutson, laJbor Ryner Helmers, labor _'"'""" Dick Helmers, labor George Guilder, labor III \VIUard Gregson, labor Elliott Skilllng. labor __"" ~' _._. Lelghtou Supply Co., mdse. _ 49.64 Neptune Meter Co., mdse. " 1S1.5U Globe machine Co., mdse. _~ 59 36 Culllgan Zeolite Co., mdse. ~ 14 00 George Holtzbauer,. mdse. Miller Liuniber Co., mdse. I_I~ East End Foundry, mdse. I Johnson DX Station, gas H. W. Post,, freight " " _ GENERAL, F.OND 6.32 67.83 ISSti 1 02 430 Arthur Moulds, salary G2.50 Cecil McGinnis, salary 6500 Tim O'Brien, salary 55.00 Alphonse Leusing, rent I 10.42 N W Bell Tel. Co., service I" • 3.32 Alphonse Lensing, mdse. ~ 2.78 iLyle Mathes, signs _ 3.00 Cooper's Sinclair Serv., gas 1352 Johnson DX Station, gas _ I" .75 Jesse Lashtorook, salary ~ 7000 lElliott Skilling, labor 22.23 Willard Gregson, labor II2926 Oliver Bakken, labor II II 4S.50 John Helmers, labor iGeorge Gunder, labor" 'Herman Lyons, lajbor _I 48.51 Chas. Harvey, lalbor I" 46.97 Charlie Hoffman, labor " 44.66 'Didk Helmers, laJbor 23.37 iRyner Helmers, labor 9.07 |Bob Knutson, labor ..I 20.93 Vern Scobba, labor 8.09 ILe 'Roy Nelson, lalbor 20.00 Standard Oil Co., mdse. 32.45 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 287.49 iChas. Heard, mdse. H W Post, freight . ~_"~ .Ft. Podge Steel Co., mdse. Standard Oil Co., mdse. 49.66 3G.19 S.30 3.43 37.51 15.01 'Eagle Iron Works, mdse. 54.47 _. ... „„.„. , C4Ulm C. .W. Huey. refund 10.00, Tom Halpiii refund Algona U. D. M., printing ... 8.35 Leo Bellook.' refunS Miller Lumber Co., mdse. 31.42 James Drug Store, mdse. _I" .41 Norton Maeh. Co., repairs ~ 10.35 Dutch's Super Service, gas .50 Cooper's Sinclair Station, gas" 9.34 Johnson DX Station, gas 16.92 Hoenk Motor Service, gas 2.16 Dau Garage, repairs . 6.41 Harris Bros. Station, gas 3.30 IGeorge Dettman, salary 30.00 |Mrs. A. M Colllnson, salary 20.00 Dr. Sawyer, rent 25.00 Deep Rock Oil Co., gas __ 16.62 02.50 7.20 SEWT3R FtPND C. U. Pollard, salary. Fred Gronbach, ialbor Ryner Helmers, laJbor 20.90 '6.60 1.80 4.60 227.81 Dick Helmers labor Vern Scobba, labor Robert Knudsen, labor IIIIII Miller Lumber Co., mdse. POOL FUND Elec. Light Sink. Fund, int. and Bond 1720.00 Globe Mach. co., mdse. Lisle Sales Co., mdse. , Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. Paxson & Paxson, ins. 49.73 6.73 9.25 Bernard Sperraw, latoor 11,09 Omer ttelly, lalbor FIRE "~" Harry Barton, salary 22.60 W. S. Nott Co., mdse. .HI!" 76.06 (Red Comet Iiic.V radsie.. ;.__ . 16.27 (Norton VMaph. . .__ eepairs.. 1,76 ' .Bertha . Nyjes et 4}, refund.. - 14.01 ,-- 1.74 ..- 2.00 JQhwwn, Won. Turner, refund •Paul Clark, refund Harry Nolle, refund Ostmm, refund , Mrs. W. E. Laird, refund C, F. Specht, refund Mrs. E, J. McEvoy, refund Nannie Setchell, refund V. V. Naudain, refund •H. S. Montgomery, refmTd Luclle Montgomery, refund •Druggist Mutual, refund Eugene Murtagb, refund ~~~~ Mrs. I\ ate DoeKe, refund" Ferguson & Sterling, refund" Frank Sterling, rufuniT Mrs. M. \V. Peruuson, refi7nd" J. A. Preen, refund Oeo. Miller, refund Cecil MdGinnis, refifml Earl Miller, refund _ Raymond Neuroth, refumf Robert Donovan, refund M. O. SJostrand, refund Mrs. Erdman, refund _ Mrs. Stella Reed, refund 'Kugene Pearson, refund "I " lf;,,, K V, Stephens P n ' refund A\ ill F. Brown, refund _ """ Cainipbell Humphrey. refinTd "" Ralliert Long, refund M. B. Cain, refund A M Colllnson, refund" iUoyil Wellendorf, refund" Robert Bell, refimd _ ---Jim Murray, refund "" Harold Lamprlght, reTumf Mrs. Mary Sands, refund """ Chas. Taylor, refund ---Tee Cream Factory, refund"""" Geo. \Velr, refund T. .L. Larson, refund L. J. Dickinson, refund G. S. Kuhn, refund Mrs. Matt Holtabaue""i;"refund" Loren L. Larson, refund Lou McMurray, refund areas. Cong. Church, refund" D ' T k- Gregson, refund P. J. Waltlron, refund Algona Ins. Agency, refund" Mrs. Laura Woito, refund Mrs. N. E. Bartlett, refund"" Presby. Church Treas refund Frank Geigel. refund C. Herman, refund Mrs Henry Wagner.'Fefund"" c. b. Johnson, refund C'las Kuchynka, refund" ..... M. W. Schwietert, refund ..... Barry a Recreation Parlor ""refund " " • —**••*, » GUI I| B. Waller, refund Dennis Pratt, refund IR "A A J^ PaJk °»Halner. Tefmid" R. A. Carney, refund Peter Bormann, refund Kenneth Brayton, refund iL. E. Fairbanks, refund U3. L. Palmer, refund 'Mrs. E. J. Skinner, refund Rebecca Lowman, refund Mr % E - J; Murtagh, refund C. H. Hain, refund Bellook, refund Mrs. Bertha Mahoney.""refund August Bremer. refund tutw Otto Nelson, refund Adventlst Ch-trch; refund ----M. W. Jacobsen, refund Mrs. Fred Martin, refund ----Celena MoCorkle, refund ---BU O. Hanson, refund ----Madson & Hanson, refu'nd" — 'R. H. Guderlan, refund ---- iRay Ladendorf, refund ------- - A ' refund ~ Mr= - 'i ' . e •Mrs. Alma Hagg, refund Louis Hagg, refund ----Bert Baldwin, refund" R. E. Kaln, refund ....... •Harry Godden, refund Archie Halnes, refund L. M. Owen, refund Alfred Sohultz, refund Mrs, A. Will, refund ------Del Lenneagh, refund Mrs. C.'W. 'Hopkins, refund" •Harry MdMurray, refund B. B. Norton, refund ---•Roy TlUlnghast, refund G. D. Stokes, refund P. A, MoArthur, refund Geo. Spongiberg, refund Frank Schallln; refund ----- ~ Chas, Redemske, refund -----•Mrs. Fred Nelson, refund"— " (Lynn Keith, refund — Mrs. Prank Winkel, refund — •Aj,?ona Cemetery Ass'n, fe~. oMnty Mu""""" T- '-' r un Mre. John Urch, rfund "" «. P. Button, refund" ------- Nte "" r ----- . , Ntek Bormann, refund Mrs. Spurbeok, refund M. J. SJogren, Ordained 1MB ; 20.00 •• ! '7.5C 2.CO 12.90 2.00 G.OO G.OO 2.00 12.BO 15.00 2.00 16.60 10.00 5.00 47.00 5.00 5.00 7.60 10.00 22.00 2.00 7.00 15.00 12.60 2.00 2.00 7.50 2.00 17.50 10.00 34.50 4.00 2.00 3.00 12.50 12.60 17.60 5.00 7.60 12.50 12.50 7.60 15.00 1.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 10.00 7.00 20.00 2.00 11.00 4.00 15.00 7.50 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 38,60 S.OO 10.fl<) 2.CO 2.00 S.OO 2.00 7.00 7.GO 9.50 6.00 20.00 ]!i.OO 7.50 21.00 10.00 2.00 2.00 30.00 7.30 S.OO 29.90 2.00 7.50 5.00 7.50 2.00 7.50 2.00 15.00 -'.00 7.50 3.80 7.50 S.CO 9.50 15.50 14.50 2.00 17.50 2.00 5.00 37.00 12.50 16.CO 37.BO 9.50 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 200 • 2.00 7.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 4.00 moo 2.00 10,00 200 2.00 2.00 5.00 9.00 7.50 2.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 10.00 11.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 6.00 2.00 15.00 2.00 2.00 7.50 6.00 5.00 2,0ft 12.00 2.00 4.00 5.00 8.00 W.OO 2.00 2.00 12.W 2,00 D. D. Paxgon, refund j .. .Heiimfth Hauberg, lefund ..... iL. A. Grbnwall, reTnhd „—^. John'Wheeled refund I.....*. W. S. Wlndell, refund .. •R, S. Barton, refund ... i Walter Llchtcr, refund „,....*. ! M. J. Strclt, refund .... .'Mrs, Ann Button, refund liFrde Czapp, refund _„ -•B, W., Hnnsen, retunAiu;.—---' ' Altolii Spon'g^berg,' refund :.' |W. E. McDonald, refund Albert Hagg, refund ... iKennetlr, Knudsen, refund ... . • lEmnia ii. ~ Cossrrove> refund * j..- • 'j. P. Thllges, refund m. G. Schlck, refund McEnroe Sisters, refund __^__ (Walter -'Kiftinp, refund ... |ljon F. '<\VrUhil, refund jWernert Sisters, refund ..— Joyce Pestotnlk, refund •Harry -Hai-greaves, refund ... \V. A. Foster, • refund.^ IBertha B. Johnson, refund Iowa Theatre, refund N. C. Rice, refund Kenneth Harris, refund John Nordstrom, refimd T. c. Sherman, refund L — Harold S. Roth, refund Mrs. C. D. Fellows, refund... John Bleser, refund C. S. Lindsay, refund A. W. Amunson, refund C. R. LoiBnrre, refund Jens Knudsen, refund Mrs. Mart Jones, refund —... •Merle Webster, refund Oliver Moe, refund . Walter Steven, refund \V. L. Whitney, refund Mary A. Miller, refund •Bertha Smith Stock, refund Victor Parsons,' refund W. C. Dewel, refund Kossuth Go. Advance, refund. Gordon Dewel, refund : E. U. Rising, refund . Oliver Moe, refund ' Milton Dahl. refund Perry SI,. Collins, refund G. D. Shumway, refund Mrs. Paul Fechner, refund _ Frank Stebritz, refund Bert Grinnell, refund W. W. Sullivan, refund Mrs. J. W. Sullivan; refund _ \ Helmuth Huenhold, refund Mary Sorenson, refund Frances L. Heubst, refund Joel M. Herbal, refund Joel M. Herbst, refund Delia Troutman refund Hurley Troutman, refund Wim. Turner, refund Paul Clark,, refund 1 Mrs. W. E'.. LairdV> refund' . C. F. Specht, ,refund '„ Mrs, E. J. •: M.oEyoy, refund _ Dannie Setchell; refund ' V. V. Naudaih, refund H. S. Montgomery, refund Luclle Montgomery, refund Druggist Mutual',, refund Eugene Murtagh, refund Mrs. Kate Doege, refund Ferguson & Sterling, refund frank Sterling, refund Mrs. M, W. Ferguson, refund. J. A. Freeh, refund! „_ George L. 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