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The Algona Upper Pea Moin^g, Algoaa, Iowa, Feb. 11, ATfOUWBYS A* LAW It 3, Harrington J. t>. Low* Room* 213-14 First Nat'l Bk. BIdg ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collection* •will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA \fr. B. QUARTON H. W. iMILLEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. BIdg Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. BIdg. Phone 25) E. J. Van Ness G. W. SUllman VAN NESS & SULLMAN ATTORNKYS AT LAW Offices In new Heise Building: Phone 213 Algona, Iowa "Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kell SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby Building Algona, Iowa Phone 5 I* A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Qulnby BIdg. Phone 186 ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW •Office over Iowa Si-ate Bank BIdg. •Office Phone 460-J < Res. 310 ALGONA, IOWA •J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULJUVAN, SfMAHON ft LINN AN ATTORNEYS AT LAW •Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. BIdg. ALGONA, IOWA CABROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postoffice Phono 68 PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 'Res. Phone 890 ALGONA, IOWA CL H. CUKT2MK V ER, M. D. SURGEON 4k PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith BIdg. Phone 44^10, . MBXVtN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over Post Office BIdg. •MMMM—Office JOT Res, IM OSTEOPATHS DR. & W. MEIER Osteopathic Physician General Practice 'Special attention given to non- •urgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novocaine used for extraction Located over Christensen store : Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST ' Quinby BIdg. Res. Phone 174 Rim ON MONDAY AT LOTJS CREEK Was 90 Tears of Age; 3 Sons and 4 Daughters Survive Whittemore: Grandma Leininger passed away at the home of her youngest daughter, Mr*. Rudolph Will, north of Algona Friday morn- Ing at the age of 90 years and 27 days. She was born on Jan. 8, 1847, In Ohio. Her parents were Johann Baely and Eva nee Krueger and in holy baptism she received the name Maria. After a time the Baelys moved to Henry county, 3hio, and Mrs. Leininger was confirmed by Pastor A. W. Bergt On Aug. 2, 1866, she was united n marriage to Joseph Leininger. This union last for over 61 years 'ill Mr. Leininger passed away in 929 and to this union, 13 children were born which Included two sets if twins. In 1883 they moved to Kossuth county and ten years later they went to live in Stillwater, Okla- home. They again returned to Iowa in 1903 and moved on a farm northeast of town where Mr. Leininger passed away and Mrs. Leininger then went to live with her Phone 133 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. S. GENERAL DENTISTRY 'Office in Postoffice Block Phone 20 Algona, Iow» KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse BIdg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 110 REAL ESTATE MVBTAGH & SOX REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby BIdg. Phone 105 VETERINARIANS FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street •Office Phone 475-W Res *75-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages (500 sheets) which sell for 60c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Will of Algona and Brandt of Papato, daughter, Mrs. Rudolph Will north of Algona. She is survived by three sons, John, Joe and William Leininger, all from here, and four daughters, Mrs. Mary Schueler, and Mrs. Eva Melne of Whittemore, Mrs. Rudolph Mrs. Gust _, . Washington. There were 39 grandchildren. 86 great grandchildren, two sisters and four brothers also survive. Funeral services were held at the Letts Creek Lutheran church Monday afternoon with the Rev. Edwin Plene officiating and burial was nade in the Lutheran cemetery at L*>tts Creek beside her husband, 'allbearers were six grandsons, George, Tom and John Schueler, 'rank and Arnold Meine and Leo To Help Employers E. V. Worley, district manager of the National Reemployment office at Algona, Iowa, serving Kossuth nnounces that an arrangement as been made between State Un- mployment Compensation Division and State Employment Service •hereby employment offices iroughout the state shall be avall- ble aa Information centers to em- loyers of eight or more employees n how to fill out employer's summary reports for the calendar year 938. Academy Party— The last of the pre-Lenten acad emy parties conducted by the mem bers of the St. Cecelia's Catholh church was held In the academy Monday evening. Those serving on the committee were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan, chairman; Mr. am Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs Walter Lorenz, Mr. and Mrs. M J. Streit, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Llch- ter, Mr. and Mr*. John Weydert Mr. and Mrs. Phil Roethler, Mr and Mrs. Carl Pearson, Mr. ant Mrs. W. T. Reldy and Dr. and Mrs Julius Winkel. Prizes In contract bridge were received by Joe Greenberg, and Mrs. Don Hutchison, in auction bridge by Mrs. W. A. Barry, and Lyle Reynolds, and In five hundred by Michael Stoffel and Mrs. Lou Matern. Lunch was served and the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Dinner-Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright were host and hostess at a 6:30 dinner and bridge party, Saturday evening. The family prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, ladies' high score prize by Mrs. Bert Deal and men's high prize by L. J. Malueg. The consolation prize went to Mrs. Frank Thorpe. There were sixteen guests, and yellow was the color scheme. Wedding Invitation!— Invitations have been received by a few relatives and friends to the marriage of Elizabeth St. John Mokatel to Maurice Llbbott, which will take place Sunday, February 14th at four o'clock In the Community church at Palm Springs, California. The bride attended the Algona schools but for the past several years has been living in Los Angeles. Luncheon-Bridge— Mrs. R H. Miller entertained the members of her bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon at the Blue Room In Hotel Algona. They spent the afternoon playing bridge in the Miller home, with the high prize received by Mrs. Matt Streit. W. D. Bridge Clnb— Mrs. B. E. Hilsteadt entertained the 12 members of the W. D. bridge club at her home at a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Mra. Elizabeth Amesbnry was a guest of the club. Mrs. Charles Bergfield won the high score prize. • •_ ll - v Handkerchief Club— The Handkerchief club Was entertained by Mrs. Meda Redfleld on her birthday. Her guests presented the hostess with handkerchiefs. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson won the high prize, and Mrs. John Storm, the consolation prize. D. A. The D. A. R. members met at the Mathes Tea Room, Tuesday, for a one o'clock luncheon. There were 25 present. Following the business meeting, Mrs. Dana Paxson reviewed the book, 'The Return to Religion." Centenary Class— The members of the Centenary Class of the Methodist church enjoyed a covered dish supper at the church Tuesday evening. "So Is Tour Aunt Anna", a one act play, was presented for the program. Surprise Party— Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was pleasantly surprised on her birthday, Wednesday by a group of ten 'riends. The evening was spent )laying earthquake five hundred. Refreshments were served. Book Club— The members of the Book Club will be entertained at a 6:30 din- not. Saturday evening krfth Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genrich as host and hostess. Mrs. -A. A. Bishop will give the book review. Dessert Club— The Dessert bridge club met with Mrs. George Conklin at her home Friday. Mrs. George Free was a guest of the club. Mrs. Louis Lynk won the high prize, and travel prize went to the guest. Bel Canto Music Club Cotnmittees Nametf for Year Committee appointments ami program committees for the club year have been made by the Bel Canto club, newly formed organization of local women interested In music. The hostess for the February 10th meeting was Mrs. Opal Bourne. Mrs. Frances Carmean of Bancroft was club leader, and piano illustrations of the subject, "Bach", were played by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Miss Nora McEnroe will be the hostess Feb. 24, at the next meet- Ing. On the year book committee are Miss Lucia Wallace, Mrs. Velma Olson, Mrs. Veda Murtagh and Mrs. Alice Webber. The music committee Is composed of Mrs. Harriett Rice, Mrs. Cecelia Sullivan, Mrs. Leota Geigel and Mrs. Opal Bourne. Mrs. Bertha Michel, Mrs. Frances McMahon, Mrs. Irolene Roberts and Mrs. Geraldine Vance are on the charity committee. Carolyn Thles, Mrs. Vesta Baker. Mrs. Lucille Doherty, Mrs. Ann Sjostrand. Mrs. Olive Herbst, Mrs. Beata Sawyer, Mrs. Ethel Loss and rent of poles N. W. Bell Telephone, ser- Crasco Union Electric, signs ---------- ...... Skelly OH Co., gas and oil Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil H. W. Post, freight and dray ....... __________ R'y Express Agency, express -------- - ------L. A. Copp, adv. -------Frank Pierce, Secretary, reports - ...... - -----City Clerk, exchange ---- 5.8 9.2 3.S H-8 -2 10.0 1.9 Deposit fund, transfer — 2303.7 Bankers Trust Co., bonds 23841.5 Carleton D'Beh, bonds _. Chicago Journal, subs. — Pratt Electric Co., md*e._ Fulton Iron Works, mdse. WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 2124.0: 3.7 21.2 138.0C 70.0C 125.0C 120.W 105.0' 96.00 Frank Ostrum, salary — Harry Barton, salary Lanra Mitchell, salary „ Earl Bowman, labor Iowa Machinery A Supply, pump «. 852.5' Lelgbton Supply Co., mdse. - - — 179.31 Buffalo Meter Co., mdse.- Kossuth Motor Co., mdse. Victor Lowe. mdse. Skelly Oil Co.. pas and oil H. W. Post, freight Treasurer State of Iowa. Mrs. Jean Hutchins are on the so- sales tax on water cial committee and on the ent>r- [ C. E. Chubb, engineering ~ GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary H. A. Van Alstyne, salary H. A. Van Alstyne, ealary R. H. Valentine, salary „. Cooper Sinclair Serrtee, Church Supper— There will be a Congregational Family Supper held in the church dining room at 6:30 next Wednesday night. This Is to be a covered dish supper. HI-Lo Club— The Hl-Lo bridge club will meet at the home of Mrs. W, P. Hemphill, Thursday evening. talnment committee are Mrs. Roth I Shlerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Schwyhart. Mrs. Jeannette Falkenhainer. Mrs Florence Kierscht, Mrs. Mary Sli;:- abeth Edge. Mrs. Frances Carmean Mrs. Bernlce Rising. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and Miss Nora McEnroe. Mrs. Eleanor Holt is president ol the group. Spanish War Film. Shock, Thrill—Show Here Next Week BRIEFS FROM THE BUSINESS FRONT . . .. Inquire at the Algona Upper Des Moines office for partiuclars WINDOW DISPLAYS are power- ul attention getters, and many Alona stores are really going to town n their window dressing. Among thers, one clothing store pinned ollar bills, recently, on clothes in tie window, denoting the amount aved from regular prices during a peclal sale period ... a grocery onstructed a freight car in its win- ow, piled high with fresh fruits, elling the story at a glance . . . many stores arc using attractive olored paper backgrounds, card- ioard cutouts, and other means of teeping their windows as snappy and alert as the service and merchandise inside the front door. Window display is an art, and good ones deserve credit. * * * BUD BARXAKD, Gamble store manager, has been informed that because of sales increases last year, the local store has been raised to class "C" position . . . and incidentally, the advertising budget also was automatically stepped up from 700 incihes to 2,000 inches of newspaper space for 1937. * « * A CHRISCUILLE8 & HERBST customer brought in an ad from The London Times, and suggested it as an ad for the local store. You will find it elsewhere in the paper; something new and different. * • • H. I- HOKNK was named president of the Kossuth County Automobile Dealtr.s' Association at an organization meeting held last Friday. W. K. Ley of Lakota was named vice president, ami Kred Kent of AJgona was named secretary and treasurer. The organization i.-, affili-tted with the Iowa Automobile Dealers' Association. * * * L. J. NELSON', John Kohlhaas, Leo Spilles. local hardware men, and Ijuvid He.:k and O. W. Erick- soii, the latter hardware nulcsmen, all went to the hardware convention in iJti Moines this week. « * » R. <;. ADAMS of Decorah has been named temporary manager of the Hallway Express business here. E. R. Kirbach lias been transferred to Burlington, Iowa. * * * P. J. fHIlISTENSe.y recently spent several days in Chicago on a buying trip with his brother, L M. of Estherville. T. H. Chrischil- les returned this week from a similar trip, and Chet Holt of Graham's recently attended a manager's convention at Otlumwa, where spring merchandise plans were discussed. Alf Krtsensky also made a tour recently, going to the Twin Cities to purchase new merchandise, * * * AMONG THE CE.NEUOl 8 donations made recently to the flood relief auction, held at the Riddle sales pavilion, was that of some high grade seed by the Sioux City Seed Co.'u local branch. * * * REMODELING of the Anderson grocery was completed the fore part of the we^k, allowing much greater sbelf space. * • * AT KOHLHAAS & SPILLKS hardware, the rear partition of the atore has been moved a number of BY CARROLL BIMJEK (Foreign News Editor of The Chicago Daily News) The Spanish Civil war in all its horror and tragedy if brought to Algona by the State Theatre, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday In came of the most remarkable news reels ever photographed. No armchair photography this! The camera men couldn't have gotten most of those breath-taking, stomach-upsetting shot* with long- distance lenses. Th*y had to ran right along with th» fighting men up the slopes of Goadarrama to get the unforgettable expressions on the countenances of armed civilians facing fire for the first time—and dying bravely for a cause they held dearer than life. No unwilling conscripts led out to die for they know not what, these Spanish combatants! The pictures convey the depths of passions aroused by the conflict between those out to make Spain fascist by gunnre and aerial bombardment (you see the bombs dropping from the heavens, the ter- ried look on the civilians standing in Uie street below and the blowing to atoms of houses and public buildings) and those equally determined to preserve the republic. Being a rehearsal for u world war rather than THE world war, the authorities were not properly organized for the suppression of newsreel reporting the more realistic phases of the Spanish struggle. That U why the pictures tell more than most of the movies made public during and just after the world rmr. This aeries shows how a man acts when tossing a hand grenade about to blow up a number of the enemy —and IU Impact upon the enemy. It ibows mm dropping like file* oft the sides of boats as they battle under terrible gunnre for Iron. It shows the deadly effectiveness of a battery of machine guns In competent hands. It shows how the youth of Spain—girls who ought to be in high school as well as callow youths—flght and die in open combat, often without even the scant shelter of an impromptu trench. There is an epic picture of a group of such girls fighting for their lives in a little hilltop. The editing carries the spectator from one front and one region to another so rapidly that it is not always clear whether he is witnessing rebels or loyalists in action. But the character of the fighting is -set forth in a manner no spectator will ever forget—or hope to see at first hand. TEN YEARS AGO Eva Strelt and Twila Reilly entertained their bridge club at the A. Streit home. Those present had been Bertha Feldman, Nellie Devine, Lorraine Crammond, Alice Steil, Teresa Streit, and Mrs. Harry and Mrs. Ray McCorkle. Alice Steil had won the high prize. • • • J. J. Godden and son, Wayne, who had gone to southern Oklahoma, had returned. They had not liked it very well in the south. They had reported as much snow near Kansas City as we had had here, but south of Dea Moines there had been scarcely any. • • » Clinton B. Nasby, of Ottiunwa, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James, had been elected to the ex' utive committee of the second bar hsor-iiition. Mr. Nasby was fast gaining recognition as a very prom iMng young lawyer. • * * The .Masonic school of instruction i. »<i been held at the Masonic hall, ;>mj was largely attended all through the session. The average attendance registered was one hundred and twenty each day, and a large number failed to register. TWE.VTV YEARS AGO •J. VV. Neville hud rented the room in the Haggard & F'eterson building, occupied now by Kruse & Blos- sujn, and was to take possession about February 1, and was to open up a shoe store. Mr. Neville j:» bill! one of Algona's rustling business men and could no more live out of business than a h'sh could live out of water. Jimmy's many friends were glad to learn that he was again opening a store after being out of business a year • « * H. D. Bontukteil, the well known Algona horse man, had paesed away at his home on Colby street. Mr. Kosensteil had been la failing health for several months. * » * There was to be a meeting of pure bred stock men of Kossuth county in Algona. Arrangements bad been made to make it a bit affair. Matters of the utmost tm porUuice were to be brought up Among other matters the pure bre< block sale and show was to be brought up. It was desired to form an organization which would put Kossuth cbiwly up and in the run ding as the best pure bred stock feet, allowing more floor space. | county in the country. There wan to be another Bab- urban Day in Algona, January 36. tt was reported that many were Union Twp. Lady Views Flood Area Union: Mrs Gertrude Harrison surprised her many neighbors and friends by arriving home early Monday morning. She was also glad to be home from the flood area. There is still considerable danger due to defective gas pipes and other disasters which follow floods. It was reported here later that Mrs. Harrison's granddaughter. Mrs. James Skagg. had been found safe and sound. She and her baby were rescued from the roof of their home when flood waters rose suddenly. Fenton Man Called To Double Funeral Fenton: A double funeral saddened Frank Bailey of Fenton, and Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Whitlow of Armstrong, who were called to Charles City to attend the funeral of Mr. Bailey's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bailey. Mrs. Bailey died Friday of last week, and Mr. Bailey passed away on Sunday, both victims of double pneumonia. Their daughter, Julia, la in the hospital, with pneumonia and unaware of the death of her parents. The couple were both 68 yean of age, and beside their daughter, are survived by two sons. gas and oil J. Greenberg. mdse Kossuth Motor Co.. mdse_ Clapp's Master Service, mdse. Thos. Akre, rent Skellr Oil Co.. gas and oil Dutch's Super Service; gas and mdse. Hovey Super Service, pas Dutch's Super Service, 30.27 .92 1.00 10.1 1.89 71.18 24.00 125.00 50.00 67.00 100.00 13.75 51.31 7.19 14.39 10.42 8.72 34.43 34.6? Mach. Co., mdae. Toe Bloom, mdse. James McEvoy Dies James McEvoy, brother of the late E. J. McEvoy, former Kossuth clerk of court, passed away Wednesday at Omaha. Funeral services will be held Friday morning in Fort Dodge, and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy planned on attending. City Bills January 28. \m. The fity Council mot at the f'ity Hall in rouular session. The Mayor and the following councilmen were present: Whito, Foster, Kohlhaas, and Kain. Absent were: MU- harh and Overmyer. The minutcfl of the last meeting were read and approved. A motion was made by Knhlhaas and seconded by Foster that S. Dodge street, starting at the corner of Mrs. Good's residence and extending south and west to Thorlngton street, end also Thorington street south of W. A. Lorenz property, extending west to ,. . ~, I *f->**^nt> i'i*'i'cnj t ^ALCUUJUK neat t'j disappointed because they did not Hall 8treet be closed to trafflc due vrnt'geT^thr^cepUonaV bar:' 4 " ' Ce *«« ** —" ™^™ ° f Botsford mdse. Lumber Co., Jess L»shbr»x>k. salary __ 45.00 Jess Ljushbrook. salary _. 70.00 Elliott Skillinc, man and team 63.00 Elliott Skillins, man and team 26.60 Willard Grepson, man and team 42.00 WilSard G person, man and team 32.90 Willard Grepson, mata and team 19.25 Frank Skilllng. street labor 44.80 Geo. Gander, street labor 14.00 Jeo. Gunder. street labor. 46.5? Oliver Bakken, street labor 21.00 Oliver Bakken, street labor 43:40 Raymond Neuroth et al, labor 315.60 Austin Western Road' 66.21 .40 6-.6S 4.81 22.42 2.00 2.55 20.00 20.00 25.00 17.97 11.22 9.00 30.00 680.02 177.70 34.27 29.00 45.00 857.50 10.29 2.00 V. S. Norton A Son, md*e. F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. C. A. Heard, repair* •, Foster Furniture Store, mdae. Jesse Umbenhower, care '6f dump -._-. : Mrs. A. M. Colllnaon, salary —'.. ....— Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent — County Treasurer, taxes Aero Station, gas C. E. Chubb, englneerlng. SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary Chas. Wagner et al, labor Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. i. P. S. Norton & Son, mdse. C. E. Chubb, mdse. FIRE FUND C. P. Wright, salary W. S. Nott Co., mdse. — Mifibach Clothing Co., mdse. Clapp'a Master Service, mdse. alAlgona HAND FUND Military Band, services DEPOSIT FUND Walter Elbert et al, refund deppslt C. E. Johnson et al, refund deposit 500.00 15.00 40.00 gain on the previous Suburban Day. However, the merchants decided to wait until 10 o'clock be- 'ore putting the items reduced on, :hus giving everyone an opportun- ty to get to them. • * • The firm of Wehler brothers had dissolved partnership, Herman had sold out to Fred, who was to continue the business. Herman had purchased of Paul J. Kugler an established jewelry and optical bus- ness at Fairmont, Minnesota, and had left to take possession. Fred had been in business here for 20 years. The business here was to be conducted as usual by Fred who was to be assisted by his son, Kay- monii, who had resigned as city mail carrier. • • • A small attendance had been present at the annual meeting of the County Fair Association. President E. A. Wolcott, Secretary S. D. Quarton, 'Treasurer M. Schenck and committee J. W. Wadsworth and E. J. Van Ness were all reelected. A report told that the night fair had been a success, and plans were ajready being made for the coming fair. • The average rainfall or precipitation in this section was about 36 inches during the year. During m6 it fell 9.38 inches below this, the total being but 28.62 inches. • * • A water pipe had frozen and burst in Dr. Cretzmeyer's office in the Galbraith block and did some damage to the Steele clothing store and Lattuner Bros. • • • The committee selected by the Better Films Club for the purpose of selecting a suitable committee to act in conjunction with the opera house management in putting on a selected program for children on Saturday afternoons bad selected the following committee: N. C. Rice. Miss Wallace, Mrs. Butler, Miss Duraut, Mrs. S. B. French, Mis* Sheridan, Dr. Hartman, Dr. Kenefick, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, Mr. Krause, Mrs. Roscoe Call, Mrs. A. L. Rial, Miss Cora Frink, Archie Hutchison, H M. Van Auken, Mr*. Otto Falktnhainer, Supt. Ovftrmyw, and Rev. J. J. Jones. streets closed. The roll call ou the above was all yeas. The poll tax for the year 1937 &K fixed at $2.50 and 13.00 if not rwid before October 1. The follow- Ings bills were allowed: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND J. W. Kelly, salary * 180.00 Leo Bollock, salary 135.00 F. r. Dailey, salary 135.00 Tom Halpin, salary 130.00 Walter Gorman, salary 130.00 H. K. Stephenson, salary . 125.00 Ray Barton, salary 125.00 (',. ('. Wright, salary Adah rarlson, salary Virgil Schrader, labor Ernst O. Thiel, meter reading Win. Vanderwerf, et al, labor Lillian Granzow, labor ... Malleable Iron Range Co., SO.OO 135.00 U5.85 31.20 0.00 37.50 266 mdse Westinghouse Electris Supply, mdse. 31.15 Electric Supply Co., mdse. 628.57 General Elect. Supply Corp., mdae. 143.06 Industrial Chemical Lab., mdse. Terry-Durin Co., mdse. .. Langan Paper Co., mdse.. S. F. Bowser & Co., mdse. Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. Standard Tar Products 11.16 100.77 E.05 21.52 19.47 14X5 Co., mdse. Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., lub. oil 158.98 Shell Petrolelum Corp., gas, oil 791.15 Shell Petrole'um Corp., gas, oil 385.65 C. M. St. L. & P. R'y, freight on gas, oil 430.18 Treasurer of State, sale* tax .A— 423.76 Kossuth Motor Co., mdae. 12.24 Kossuth Motor Co., mdse. 690.00 Dutch's Super Service, mde«. 6.39 Kruse & Blossom, messenger ins. 25.65 Kruse A Blossom, burglary Ins. 84.14 Kennedy & Parsons, mdee 36.90 Irvlngton Light & Power, signs 2.00 7.60 P. W. A. CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT Amodeo Paving Co., final on contract 3562.17 A motion was made and carried to adjourn. ADAH' CARLSON, OHy Clerk. CALL •fcfwr J^^i^ ^m^ar P^»**» Westertt Electric MlltKOI'HOXIfi SOUND SYSTEM James Cagney , Last Time Today Mae Clarke in "GREAT GUY" Friday, Feb. 12 .Matinee 3 p. m. Stage Attraction 4 p. m. Prices School 10-20-31c and tax Night stage show 8 o'clock, screen show 9 o'clock Prices—30-40-60c and tax ON OUR STAGE Miss Bernice Stock will present 70 pupils of her dancing school In "VALENTINE VARIETIES" Beautiful dances, gorgeous settings, up-to-the-minute costumes. 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