Council Bluffs, Iowa
AZOV 1 41947
Food Train Total $22,000
ash Balance Will Go to Washington
Late contributions to Friendship food train put the total collected from western Iowa at $22,-478.78, the friendshij) food com-Jmittee reported Fri(|ay.f \ Cost of the four! cafloads of wheat from wester4 Ioiparis was $20,360. A balance or $2,118 is left.-
E. H. Spetman, sr., treasurer for the committee, said Drew Pearson requested the additional money be sent in a check to the Friendship Train, Inc., Washington, D. C, where additional food will be purchased. Books Closed.-
"The books are now closed," .said Spetman. "We'll make the final accounting within the next few days and send the check to Washington.-
Chairman W. M. Keenan, speaking for the friendship committee, said again "I want to thank all of the wonderful people who participated in this effort. The response exceeded all of our expectations. You were indeed friends.-
$217.25—Council Bluffs grade schools: Avenue B, Harrison, Eighth street, Longfellow, McMillan, Pierce street, Roosevelt, Rue, Second avenue, and Washington.-
$85—Grange City (additional)-
$79—People of Logan.-
$68.45—Red Oak (additional)-
$50—May Seed company, Shenan-doah Reliance Battery Products company.-
$38.05—Coin, la., school.-
$30—Beyington and Johnson; Standard Distributors; Lee Beverage company; Iowa Distributing company'; Shoenwood Wholesale company; Neil Durick company; M. J. Christoferson, Underwood.-
$25—E. J. McBain; Mrs. G. J. Fisher, Danbury; Bethany Willing Workers society, Sully;'Charles R. Hough, Underwood; Max Hough, Underwood.-
$20—Koocker Manufacturing company, Hull; Allbee and Urling Motor company.-
$15—a menu;*1, w. ¦ stone; Boy- | den, la. (additional)-
$10—Orah J. Royer, Clarinda; A. J. Fisher, Neola; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Danker, Neola; Velma L. Awtry, Eddy ville; Charles Davidson, College Springs, Mo.; Glenn Jones, Hopkins, Mo.: Mrs. Ernest E. Brothwick, Clarinda; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Cain, Oregon, Mo.-
$6—William Plumer; Vern Clark, Neola; Hans Hemmingsen; W. R. Mc-Cart; D. A. Carlile, Underwood; High School Age Sunday School class, Hopkins, Mo.; Mrs. Clinton O'Neill, Logan.-
$5—Henry Boehm; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Petersen, Galva; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kesselring, Guthrie Center; Anton Feigenbutz; Esther V. Jensen, Mondamin; Georgia M. De-Vol; L. D. Miller; Mary Miller; W. J. Reese, Honey Creek; L. H. Flood, McClelland; Don Storjohan, Neola; Henry C. Bentlage, Neola; Will Killioh^Oak-land; Harry Trimble, Kellerton; Mary Heifner, Sioux City.-
$4—Anonymous; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Strait, Riverton.-
$3 — Francis Jenson, Underwood. Mrs. Rose Kulesh; Order* of Job's Daughters; Con Anderson, Honey Creek; Mrs. Cora Evans, Centerville, $2—Mrs. L. D. Pratt, Red Oak. Brownie Troop No. 59; Mrs. Paul Todt, Mooresville, Mo.--
$1—Mrs. E. L. Saville, Redding Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Kvapel, Omaha; Mrs. Anna Rockeman, Humboldt, Deb.; Mrs. Henry F. Petersen, Auburn, Neb.; William ,C. Hill, Missouri Valley; Mrs. Harold E. Nelson, Ft. Dodge; Miss Mary Bonnett, Chariton Mrs. Lena Bainbridge, Sioux City "Silver and gold hayg l^j&Q&e, bu; such as -- ""^~*"
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