Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1939 · Page 7
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y ^/1 B i N Lr tSStJTtt COWN¥ LULUHAWCOn IN OFFICE AS NOBLE GRAND Hurt, July 10—At a meeting of the Rebekahs Thursday evening officers were Installed by Mrs. Paul Maciiuley and her staff,: Lulu Hawcott,. N. G.; Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, G.; Mrs. Voltna McBridc, war; Mrs. Henry Gettman, conductor; Mrs. Mary Steward, chaplain; Mrs. Lillian Sheldon and Mrs. Harold Steward, guardians; Mrs. Macsuley, secretary; Mrs. J P. Stow, treasurer; Mrs. C. H Chlpnian and Esther Hahllng, N, G supporters; Mrs. J. H. Graham and Mrs. Ben Bahling, V. G. support era; Selina Clifton, musician. Mrs Macauley and her staff. . also in stalled THonka officers Frida evening, and Luther Meli/.a and hi '•staff' iristallted'Wesley,.!. 0. O. F lofflcevs. C. H. Kl/Aift, FkM B«preMnt«HVr Last week Monday we called on erman Peterson, east of roft. He lives on the Service E. ««»«* Phone 7»8 LAMBERT Plan Vacation Tour— Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson wll ave Sunday on a two weeks va atlon in which they plan to vis he Black Hills, Yellowstone Park nd Salt Lake City. They will firs ake their niece, chuldt, who has rere, to Inwood, where isit grandparents. Bonnie Mar been vlsitin Ban Nick and Mrs. Krebsbach like to read our farm news. * * chokes farm, which consists of !0 acres, Charles Scholtes, who ves at Bancroft, farms the place vith him. They were cultivating oy beans that day, having laid by heir corn. One 40 acre field of orn was already showing a lot of assels. * * * * We called at William Knoner's t the south edge of Ledyard, the lay before the Fourth. The barn was being repaired and repainted New weatherboards.had been laid over the old siding. We have no- iced this is being done on a num- >er' of ,,the)ojder ( baj'jis ,in. ( the,coun- / . :y. It makes' a much warmer Building for winter. William was We called Friday at William Larson's, north of .Burt, on the leers' were elected: Mrs. Ralph Campbell, president; Mrs. Jens Peterson, vice; and Mrs. Maurice Jensen, secretary. Harriett Olsen joined. Mrs. Karen Larsen, Mallard, and her -son EMon spent the Fourth with the Ou'rtls Ol««ns 'and the Irvin Classons. The Charles Ludlows had a visit Evelyn Moore ,.. Mrs. Marc Moore Barbara 33.75 4.00 797iSO from *Mr. brother, of Omaha, and -the Matter's family a few' days last "week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, son Kenneth, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Howard Richards called on Ruiby Util HUIl S, IlUl 111 \JL .13U1 t, UIL L»m , , , , .. ... .. farm where Dan Hobeen used to', p . aul sen at the Kossuth hospital on live. Mr. and Mrs. Larsen were. 016 Fourth. near Aberdeen, S. D., a^week ago' Junior Merrill spent Thursday Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lar-,night and Friday with Errol Petersen's sister was married, and the sen. Morgan Bllfoh Co. i..'....-..'....... 12.90 James R. Murtagh 131.19 Mat'l Blo«. Maintenance,.... 15.75 Nat'I Comm. Art Appreciation 6.95 Nat'I Debate Service 6.13 Nat'l Education Ass'n 3.72 Nat'I Safety Council 1.00 Erlck Nelson 58.00 Otto Nelson 102.44 Nelson ft-lwnsing 7.56 Alex 'Nielsen 4.50 WewsbihC & Co 23.20 New Ulm Bindery 10.21 Noble & JtoWe 4.03 Northwestern Bell.Telephone 224.81 'orthwestern Press Pub. Co. 1.68 i". ,S. Norton & v Son 566.98 Norton:Machine Works 29.63 Ire. Don Nugent 28.00 L. C. Nugent i.50 A. J. : Nystrom 489.10 Adrian Sterling , 76.00 Blanche. Stthn 1066.00 1i.*it'fet."•"•"" " " Larsens attended the Wedding. They found the crops showing up well in that,part of South Dakota, but the "people were almost holding their breath for fear of. hot winds. getting his tractor ready oats. to cut she wi Store Manager Here- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lockwood, o Hnmboldt, moved Friday into t' 'harles Lappe house. Mr. Lock- vood is new manager of the Staphle hardware, recently sold to 3. L. Rapp, Humboldt. Mr. Lock- vood is a nephew of W. J. Lockwood. Howard D. Mayne, of the Mayne service station at Ledyard, was on the job last week Monday. He said he was coming to Algona for the Fourth. The program looked good to him. As a rule the Maynes havf gone to Blue Earth, where there are horse races. Mr. Mayne is like a lot of other folks; he likes to see a good horse race. * * * * Theodore Green, northwest o Ledyard, had a collar hone broken a few weeks ago while he was a work in a new house basement a Elevator Transfer (/onsumimiled— Transfer of the old Burt Farmers' Exchange properties to the new Burt Co-Operative Elevator Co. has been completed. iStock- holders in the old company received checks last week. The new organization reports a fine business. s " Mary Honor Mal«V ! . •\rrlVes— v Elise Clapsaddle, Ste. SENEGA Bessie Hunt and Kenneth Larsen, of Mallard, were supper guests at.'Curtis Olsen's last week Monday and spent the night a Classen's. Teachers at Fenton Leave for New Job Ruby Paulsen was brought home Thursday, after an appendicitir, op- ration at the Kossuth hospital the preceding Thursday. Merlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chi is Jauman, stepped.on a nail onn day ast week and was given an anti- tetanus injection for lockjaw. The Modern Mixers met at Mrs. State Dept., U. of N. Mexico „ St. Paul B6ok & Stationery .. 360.00 -1.50 1.17 Glen Strayer 2.50 Thiede-Mueller Hardware .... 10.58 Lloyd Thornas Co fiO.OO Thurston Supply Co 27.28 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works 11.60 G. F. Tpvynp ,,.,.«^,,. 289.35 Treasurer State <of-Iowa 32.31 University Press 2.09 Vance Music Co 60.90 H. A.. Van Allstyne 3.50 fed Ver'a 25.0 iMrs. Agnes Vohs 63.60 O. G. 'Waffle 400.58 Lucille Ward 165-00 Warren Webster Co tfl Weaver & Ward 14.1« Webster Publishing Co. 41.78 W. M Welch Mfg. Co ..192.70 West Disinfecting C*...;........,. '12.00 Western Print ~ Co. ................ 8.24 Doris White '..'... ""!""""": 101.25 Hattie Wilson 1473.10 Leonard Wilson 1130.00 L. J. Willson 3.15 H. W. Wilson 13.05 Dolores Woito 166.00 Wray Service Co 1.21 Mrs. Louise Wright 8,00 Wayne K. Wright 1.02 Adra Yoeman 168.W Florence Young 809.30 Total ...,$8M90.W 20.15 'acifki Press 5.25 Madelyn Paetz-Priebe 595.00 A. N. Palmer Co 2.51 Donald, Parsons 5.50 Irvin Classen's Thursday, and of- school. oni.t July^lO \^->--M .a ' school iboard meeting last week Monda night, resignation of two teachers was accepted: Anna Finn, English and music, and Gladys Sleichter, domestic science and typing. Miss Sleichter has accepted: a similar position at Sanborn, with a raise in salary, and Miss Finn will teach in a Sibley consolidated frank Paxton Lbr. Co 65.07 Fern Pederson 127fr.50 Bonnie'Phillips 14.76 David Phillips 514:49 Pink Supply Co. 15.97 Platform News ,i 2.62 Post "Dray & Transfer 74.65 Ben .Poter 1060.00 Practical'Sch*ql*Supply ...• Pratt Electric 466.98 jgJftdys.P,f|scptt..,...........i .....1291.9; Esther Quinby '...' ...........°1370.5 land McNally 13.33 I. Rasmusion ..1885.35 .Redemske : 61.30 Annual Financial Statement of ALGONA INDEPENDT SCHOOL, DISTRICT of Kossuth County, Iowa, for the year ending June 30, 1939. We hereby certify that the following report comprising Pages 1 to 5 is correct as reouired by Sees. 4242 and 4242-bl, Code of Iowa. GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY, President. LEORA K. ST. JOHN, secretary. RECEIPTS—Genera] Fund General On hand last report $18,538.04 fund tax levy 61,000.00 apportionment 2,659.48 his father-in-law Herbert Tren ary's. where an addition was bein built. He has been getting alon all right, but. it is hard for him to be lazy. He remarked that he liked . . I klClKl'CUlli Udl ClUtJVL IAUA**11C1II> «*|\«*fcF*-»w to have people come to see him, Tuition . 11,876.50 for it helped to pass the time. The other sou ' rces , 1,536.88 neighbors had been good at call-] ing on him. Fred Jennings, south/ ' of -Burl, who farms the Jacob Godden place, •vas currying his arrived the (lay after the Fourth. TOTAL—General Fund .: $95,610.90 RECEIPTS —School House Fund School House $26,634.13' 8,985.76' tegister & Tribune 128.25 leid'Way 2.82 Jorothy Reif 1400.30 I. E. Reilly 11.25 tellable Decorators 126.72 Remington Rand , 189.13 devolving Fund 68.75 Richardson 'Furniture 36.91 31yde Ridenour 1406.20 S. Riekes & Sons 2.43 Theo. ! B. Robertson. 82.84 Aria Rocksvold 1040.00 Carmen Roskopf 200100 Row, Peterson & Co 84.95 H. M. Rowe & Co 46:03 Scott, Foresman & Co .1... 13!96 Chas. Scribner's Sons l.ll Fred .'• Schoby 33.75 Seick Tent & Awning Co 30.13 Silver Burdette Co 11.12 Jay A. Simon; Music Co 2.72 Singer'Sewing Machine 77.18 S. & L. Store 2.44 August Slagle 33.75 L. C. Smith Typewriter Co. 218.40 Smithsonian .Institute 95.29 Anton Sorenson 33.75 Mrs.\Earl Sprague 6.00 ' r •RANSFORM wJk into ««l«e« ol rtfr.ihir.3 b«auly with T urtikwhouff *nd tht household, you e*n wtng deeocirtivc ticfcyound ute, drapeik* *nd floor cover. The 12 velvety, pwtd colon and „.* «e partkuWy ,'««i|bfc for M$e. t Us rooms «nd. bedroom*. Toiu- M durable •» i* beautifu »,nd the chores. I lor intereitiiM color COWAN SUPPLY CO, (10 So. Dodge Street Phone 275, Algona Milwaukee's Most Exquisite Beer! Genevieve, Mo., arrived Friday for a visit at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's and to be maid of honor for her cousin, Rachel Clapsaddle, who will he married to William F. Gildner. Waterloo, this week Wednesday. I Party Honors Ten-Yrar-Old— Wednesday was Joan Mann's tenth birthday, and in honor of the occasion Mrs. C. F. Mann, daughter Amber, Mrs. Ada Mann, Mrs. Martin Greise, three daughters, and Mrs. G. E. Brace spent the afternoon at Wayne Mann's. (Jail on Al)?ona Patient— ,,..'Mr. and. Mrs, J. . D. Graham, daughter Joyce, and Mr. and Mrs. well. J. D. Graham called on Mrs. Paul Wille at Algona Thursday evening. Mrs. Wille is sick, and Joyce remained to help at the Wille home. /ittrhschps Hack to Algonii— •The Ted Zittritsch family, who had been occupying the L. H. Schenck house, moved back to Al- gOlia Thursday. The L. R. Gardners will move into the house thus vacated. Swimming Party at Algonu— Members of the Junior Christian Endeavor had a swimming party and picnic supper at Algona last Thursday. _ Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Meyer, with two sons, and a Mr. Davis, all of McGregor, came Friday for a visit at the Rev. Geo. H. Wessel's. Mr. Meyer and Mr. Davis went back the same day, the others remaining for a longer visit. Mr. Meyer is a nephew of Mrs. Wessel. Mrs R. C. Dremmel and her two daughters spent last week with the former's parents at Osakis, Minn. Mrs. Leila Sperry, who had been He likcK to keep them in fine | shape. He farms with horses. TOTAL—School House Fund RECAPITULATION band Mast-report (was in closed .bank $35,619.89 Southwestern Pub. Co.'.... 74.25 ton*. 1 ws^Uva^ngsoy Lans Gen. ($18,538.04; S. H $26,634.13) , Wednesday. Mrs. Bruns was at the Total receipts, current year .$77,072.86 $ 8.M5.76 house, itnd she -said 'Mr. Bnuns was ..$95,610.90 $35,619.8!) cept that Mrs. Bruns helps with bank. Gen. $81,490.99) DISBURSEMENTS School Howe * » # # William Schu'tter, northeast Titonka, was getting binder ready, for his his oats Name of Person. Firm or of Corporation to Whom Paid grain Carleton D. Beh $180.00 were Central Nat'I B. & T. Co 292.50 rine. Wednesday. His neighbor, Central State Bank ................ 585.00 William Rode, who lives just Chase Nat'I Bank ......... .225.00 across the road, was already cut- Cresco Union Savings Bk ting oaU-YTh. oats , showed i 112.50 THE GALBRAITH STORE I under new management, wil continue to handle a good 2.441 clean standard line of groceries, etc., at reasonable Gene^ffiorogic'aT'suppiy'"." 51.26! Prices, and extends an invi- Marguerite Gilmore 1138.76 tation to all former CUStom- Ginn & Co 33.05 ers t o visit us; as well as Globe Ticket Co. 6.60' $13,805.00 Gamble Hinged Music House Gamble Stores W. F. Gander 12.50 upFirst ^1 Bank.O^in , ...... H. J. Greene .. ..... . .................... 225.00 Maurice Bilsborough, southwest Iowa Des Moines NatT B & T 67.50 of Titonka, was doing carpenter Iowa State Bank .. work in his granary when we saw Merchant Nafl Bank him Thursday. He remarked that | Security State Bank ............. ... 45.00 it would ! ;;not be long now till the farmers would be threshing. Mau-| rice, who has a fine herd of Brown Swiss cows, is milking nine cows at present. ,., s t .»V,*:« ;*; ••• # •We were at Geo. H. Johnson's, southwest of Titonka, Thursday. Mrs. Johnson had fixed up iced tea She gave us some, and it sure "hit the spot." for it was. 90 in the shade. The Johnsons were getting Doa.n Sunday Ted Hoover's, uiuue iicivci, vxu. "'"" rnnnv n<vw Bertha Godfrey 1175.001 ma j? y% J*^, Evelyn Graham ....1215.00 Graham's Store 1.32 VISIT • Andrew Hanson :.. 7.50 Chas. Hanson 9-00 Harcourt, Brace & Co 150.51 ready to RO to a school picnic at Total 13,805.00 GENERAL FUND Advance Publishing ^Qo. ........$120.35 Aero Service Station ; 1.79 Chet B. Akres' 101.61 _ . Algona Flour & Feed 24.83 Madejon^Hess Algona Greenhouses *.60 "** "™ " Algnoa Ice-Cream Factory 2.70 Algona Insurance 447.19 Algona Laundry 102.67 Algona Upper Des Moines .... 89.11 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co 49.72 4.111 26.23 Harris Bros/ Station Harper Brothers .: ...:........ Hawcptt & Ogg D. C. vHpath & Co Mariare^edges i....:.:....: '855.00^ Walter • Heerdt -<>.>.,:...>:.:..... 11.25 f MAKE US A " '•"- :: »:» BRING US YOUR EGGS Chtibb Guderian Gasoline Service, Motor Oil "I WANT TWO GOODYEAR TIRES AND I WANT TO PAY FOR 'EM BY THE WEEK-" "YES, SIR!" WE SAID, "THANK YOU! YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE-" USE OUR visiting here, went them. R. C. and P. went up Saturday to the Burt party. home with }j. Dremmel bring back where there is a fine shady yard. * * * * When we called Friday at the Heiko Karels home, northwest of Ledyard. Mrs. Karels asked us to nom'e in. for Mr. Karels was peeling potatoes for, dinner. It was near noon, and these were potatoes out of their own patch. These folks raise a fine garden. Thev plant a few rows of cabbage, then two vows of flowers across the garden for decoration, and some of the flowers are blooming now. Thev U JJUJ I iJt*» *.,» * , ... Supt-.and Mrs. M. C. Bowie, with •thelri, sons, returned Wednesday from a few days with the eldei Bowies' parents at Mnrshalltown and ZearinK. On the Fourth they attended a Bowie reunion at Iowa City. Mrs. Roy .Morgan with her mother, ..Jones, Buffalo Center, and brought home the former's daughter Mar- I |U « r:* « **••*- «-- — ------- w. also have a new bean, the seed for whic.h they got from the "old country." and the 'hean is as large as a lima bean, and is best for eating <vhen cookp^l like ereen peas. Mrs. Karels said sh« likes to work in • He warden.. and her garden shows It Mr Karels showed us a field or -orn. and it i« a l lfil l fect sta " d ' t '^ h es t at this time of year that he American Book Co 55.44 American Education Press .. 18.25 American Library Ass'n 1.00 Anderson Grain & Coal 3807.92 Anderson Jack Sprat 53.70 Antiseptol ^0^152 Byron Arnold 1362.47 Ruth Arnold 165.00 Edson Attleson k 877.00 Banner Play Bureau 2.75 Geo. W. Banwart : 20.40 M. J. Barry ; 1-fO A. W. Behrends ...1943.64 Gla,ds|s Beighler 163.00 Irvin Behrends >••• 153.65 Paul Berger 25T.50 Bjustrom's................. 27.51 Walter John Hegarty & Sons 240.53 Madelon Hess 896.60 Naomi Hewett 165.00 Jess Hill 5.00 J. I. Holcomb 40.77) Holley School Supply 262.83 Cynthia Holster 938.30 Geo. Holtzbauer 84.24 Hopkins Sporting Goods 35.94 Mrs. Sadie Hopkins 40.50, Hood's Grocery 47.98 L. D. Hovey 47.98 H. S. Activity Fund 756.37 The Hub , 13.36 Josephine Hughes 165.00 Margaret Hullerman 1085.00 Mrs. Theo. Hutchison 6.00 Hutchison & Hough 60.60 Iowa Blind Products 25.20 Iowa Pupils Reading Circle .. 161.03 Iowa State Bank 4.38 Dorothea Bjustrom 5,66 spent Friday Mrs. Charles Ian, who had visited last week Tuesday. there since has ever r aised. Carl Lunn. hapnv farmer east of Pritcbard, Garner, called on Mrs. and at the M. wa« nlowi'ic a never tiled Friday. It is a soli.l mat of Quack grass, and he .plans rwor^.he ground un and — at weeK .uesuu,. A Mrs George Campbell Los An- | to soy beans He «.d the geles, and her mother, Mrs WS fl was planning to 15.00 7.43 Information Classroom Picture Ass'n ................................ 4.04 Iowa Tuberculosis Ass'n Iowa State Bd. Assessment Institute for Research 7.50 who lives near helping with the plowing was each doin a good Frank said he L, D. Hodgson auu ai ""• —• . i neipins " ll " v "~ v rpv, 0 f -tuff Is Polhemus home last week Monday. usillg a tractor. That stuff is r .Mrs. S. F, Stra!ey, Fenton andj tougll plowing.^ the^boy^ weie her daughters are at W. E. Biace s, and Mrs. Straley is caring for hei mother, Mrs. Brace, who has been i poor health for some, tmle Jackie McMullen is making^^an xtended visit with friends at May Mtv ^His parents, Mr. and Mis. >. .H. McMullen, took him there on tie Fourth. . ,,,„ The George Wordens spent the Fourth at Clear Lake. -Mre. Woi- den's mother, Mrs. A. G. Watts, 01 Dows. came here with them for a Larsen left last week iUIB. *JW" «•- J-*a*oo.t ,,«l a Monday for Chicago to visit leia ives She was also to visit Mrs. 's sou aud the grandson at ,'ReV. and Mrs. J. M. Doms, L. D. Hodgson, and the lat- aaujbtei^^ther^^^th two on had been to visit his .parents late- v Thev are Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bauerand they once lived where George Nauinan now lives, south- W e° s of Bancroft, but now live near Independence, where they have a chicken ranch. Frank said they were planning to build a new house this season Marian Blair : 1Q05.00, Blakkestad Music Co 125.00 Gwendolyn Blocker 1057.10 Viola Bohlen 1030.00 Antoniette Bonnstetter 1225.00 A. H. Borchardt 83-12 Wi. H, Bosworth 33.75 Botsford Lumber Co 20.43 Bowyer & Fletcher 21.80 Milton-Bradley Co 3.2ff Brodhead-Garrett 68.08 Bruce Publishing Co 6.97 Bureau Educational Res 101.91 Dorothy Butts 17.37 Bureau Handicraft & Hobby 1.09 Dora Carson • 679.00 Katherinp Carlson 1138,17 Cedar Specialty Co 26.9ft Central Scientific Co 16.44 Alice Chester 855.00 Christensen Machine Co 43.81 Helen Christenson 1025.00 Chrischilles Store 61.87 City of Algona .....2077.47 H, Coleman 2.80 Collegiate Press 1-80 Consumers Union 3.00 P & F. Corbin 1,35 Cowan Bldg. Supply ..303.30 H, R. Cowan 104.70 /Jrv.'Ind. School Dist. ; 12,00 K. D. James 171.84 to buy Goodyear Tires. Batteries. Radios..» ANYTHING WE HAVE IS YOURS ON LIBERAL "PAY-LATER" TERMSI ; e Here'e how we figure Owge: YOtf TRUST US to otter reliable products and eOcio&t eeirice, at laii prieee. So ... WE TRUST YOD to pay so much a week, regularly, as your budget allowe. e We •wke {t via* a easy for you to star sale and out of trouble. Our service U cowBient eonBdenticiL YOtlB Utewst comes tot - no wainnff. no red tape, no ••^anaesiag queetions, no trouble 'at alll Sinply aet what you want choose your own EASY-PAY terms and drive otf in royal sty lei .0 Ask about our ONE-WEEK SPECIALS — good values made even betterl TAXI YOUR PICK- FRESH STOCKS- FUST QUAUTYI STOFWTOtAY- WE HAVE ITI Jenkins Music House * * * * John Krebsbach, east of Swea City on No. 9, was spraying the in- 11 his chicken house when « e H. R. Cowan & Son Bert Crpnan 39.15 SEfeyi^s be r e, %t taw 111 came Sunday for a visit with FloVd ? s parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L bremmel. . Gertrude Thaves and her Ross Cutler : .lp-50 Bert Deal 1*5.04 Decker Brothers Wo.Bp Psmco Ubrary Supplies 12.76 Des Moines Music Co 6.68 Jane DiHing 1034.50 John Douglas Co 7.15 Dramatip PuWisfciing Co 1-40 Dudley Lock Corp 111.88 Carrie Durant 1318.68 Education Music Bureau Education Musip House The pite Shop. 16.04 U ******* *4fc» *1*««H*W ^^ft^mfrv ...... ....T. *•*.»*• C. S. Johnson .............. .' ......... '73.04 Geo. Johnson ............................. 9.80 Johnson Service ........................ 10.13 Ruth Johnston ........................ 896.60 Kagan & Gaines ............ ; ........... 1.45 Kennedy & Parsons ................ 43:70 Keystone Envelope Co ........ , 7.60 Keystone View .......................... 289.88 David King ................................ 33.75 K. 'L. King Music ................. ... 2.85 Neil A. Kjos Music Co ......... 4.15 Klipto Loose Leaf Co ............. 17.61 Koch Bros ................. . ............... 16.53 Kohlhaas & Spilles ................ 145.65 Marion Kooreman ............ . ..... 505,00 Kossuth Oil Co. ..... .............. ..... 1.20 Kruse & .Blossom .................... 25.00 Gordon Kuhn . ............................ 20.50 O. B. Laing ................................ 2955.00 Laing & Muckey ........................ 12.27 Langan Paper Co ................. 94.35 Alonzo Leach ................ , ........... 14.82 Leckiugton Bindery ................ 33.00 EJlfreda Lehman ...... . ............... 12.98 J. B. Lippincott ........................ 7,47 Harvey vLittrell ............ ............ 1135.00 Long's Food Shop ............ . ....... 37.89 Loring Supply Co. .................... 60.21 Irene Lounsberry ....... . ..... .......1040.00 Lowe & Cajnapbell ................... . 811-81, E. W. Lusby . ........ . ............... ... 29.21 Lusky, White & Coqlidge .... 24,28 Lyons Band Instr. Co ......... .... 139.33 Lyon & Heajy ............... . ........ 19.93 J. Q. McDowell ........................ 2044.25 Macmillan Co ............................. 16.62 McCormick-Mathers ................ 3.44 TIRE OF THEvYEAR NEW "G-100" ALL-WEATHER All-weather Batteries i< 33% more tread ' - mileage-greater lesistance to injury-quiet, easy- toll ride-new '• streamlinedstyle. Get our prices BOW on "G-100" -Goodyear's great new tirel GUARANTEE" Goodyear's standard battery. Powerful and dependable. Ex- tea-heavy plates. Sixes to fit all cars. Guaranteed ior 18 months or 18.000 miles. AS LOW AS GOODYEAR SEAT COVERS Ride in cool comfort— save the appearance of your car — gives you increased trade-in value As low as $3.25 4-POINT TIRE CHECK-UP 1. Examine (or glass, stones, ncrils. 2. Examine (or hidden cuts. 3. Examine ior side-wall breaks. 4. Test valv»i, check air. inflate. i-A»li;.3ki8''' W' - H. L. McCarJde McGraw-Hill Co ......................... 1-08 McKinley Publishing Co J*clal»pn ...... •••- «-00 HQ\feigh.M. ............. , ..... 33.711 Jane Mabin ................................ 1234.46, Cleaners ................ 8.96 Ruth Ann Martin .................... 131,26 Margaret Englund ................ 1097.60 SAVE 4^ Ward, of PineClty, w. Laurence Vaun -Supply Co Co 6.8*

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