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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1923)
4 Newspaper That Gives The New Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For 11,50
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, MARCH 8. 1923
IVE" li? SHOWING
NEW SPRING SUITS
FOR YOUNG MEN
in all the
IN LATEST MATERIALS
$25.00 to $35.00
NEW SPRING CAPS
$1.50 to 93.00
NEW OXFORDS IN BLACK AND BROWN
JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT NECKWARE
NEW SHAPES 50c to $1.25
WE ASK YOU TO COME AND LET4US SHOW YOU THESE
GOODS WHETHER YOU ARE READY TO BUY OR NOT
Phone Inc.). 3 on 90. Bel. 1 7 A.
Residence, Bell 241
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
I. T. AMACK-PHONE IND. 32M
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New arrivals oE
Poiret twill, camel's hair
effects, plaid coatings, Bolivia
and Velours, in beautiful
$8.50 to $55.00
These come in dressy
styles including bloused, wrap,
straight coats and smart capes,
as well as sports styles.
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Howard Ailos returned to his home
in Denver, Colorado, Wednesday morn
ingr on train 15 after spondinf? a couple
of, days visiting at the home of Frank
Ailes and with other -"relatives.
Mrs. Barbara Pharos went to Om
aha Wednesday morning to spend n
few days nttonding to business mat
ters! and buying goods for the sum
SCHOOL HOARD MAKES
NEW SALARY SCHEDULE
lied Cloud, Ncbr. .March 5, 1923.
Tnc Board of Education met in rog
u'i. . .session at the t omine cial Club
lMo.ii . at 8 o'clock p 1.1.
Tin f jlloniug b 11.- were .'.I wed and
io. 1 1 ...ry instr. cteil .. tii.i. warrants
lor . ..me:
Commercial A''u r'. . ... 13.00
All 1 u A.iuon . 10 00
Geo j go 'trine ... 51.25
Joh:i.-on & Graham . .. . 2.80
C. 11. vonydjii .. . . 17.01
OmJia Sciioji Sup. Co. 14.28
'i lie 1 ext matter taken up by Hoard
wjii. 1..0 election of Super ntendent
of school . On motion by Grimes,
seconded by Perry, A. D. Gelwick was
un. mm usly re-elected tor one year
at a salary 01 $2000.00.
Tnc committee appointed at last
meet ng to prepare :i Tcchcrs salary
schedule for the cousidcrutiou of the
board, presented said schedule and
after considerable discussion of same,
a motion way made by Ovcring mid
seconded by Grimes th..t the schedule
as follows be adopted. Motion curried.
Kindergarten 1st ear ?110 00, 2nd
,ear SI 15.00, ilrd year 120.00, 4th
year if 125.00 per month.
1st grade 1st vcar 1)2 50, 2nd year
05.00, 3rd year 1)7.50, 4th year
S100.00 nor month.
2nd guide 1st year 02.50, 2nd
year 1)5.00, tird year 97.50, 4th year
100.00 per month.
3rd grade 1st year 92.50, 2nd ycai
95.00, 3rd year 97.50, 4th year
100.00 per month.
4th grade 1st year 92.50, 2nd yev.r
S95.00, 3rd year 97 50, 4th year 100
5th grade 1st year 92.50, 2nd year
95.00, 3rd year 97.50, 4th year
i'tOO.OJ -er month. 1 ' '
(th grade lot year 92.50, 2nd year
SH5 00, 3rd year 97.50, 1th. ,ear
si 00.00 per month.
Geo. and lust. 1st ye.-r U)o0.0U,
2ihI eui 1100.01), ;)ul car 115t'.U",
itti j ear 1200.00 per year.
Engl.si'. lsc car .50.00, 2nd e-r
SI 000 00, 3ni ycv.r 1050.00, 4ih eur
liUOOO per year.
ilu ic 1st eai 'JU0.00, 2.1U yor.r
950.00, 3rd year 1000.00, 4lh car
S1O50 00 per ve. r.
l'1'.ncip..i 1 t your 1100 00, 2nd
year "150 00, 3id year 1200.00, 4th
year 1250 00 per vcar.
Rlith 1st year 1200.00, 2nd yea"
1250.00, 3rd vear 1300.00, 4th jear
1350.00 per year.
English 1st year 1200.00, 2nd
year 1250.00, 3id year 1300.00, 4th
year 1350.00 per year. '
History 1st year 1150.00, 2nd
year 1200.00, 3rd year 1250.00, 4th
year 1300.00 per year.
Commercial 1st vear 1200.00, 2nd
year 1250.00, 3rd year 1300.00, 4th
year 1350.00 per year.
Language 1st year 1200.00, 2nd
year 1250.00, .'Jul year 1300.00, 4th
1350.00 ner year.
Nor. Tr 1st year 1200.00, 2nd year
1250.00, 3rd year 1300.00, 4th year
1350.00 per year.
Man. Tr. 1st vcar 1250.00, 2nd year
1300.00, 3rd year 1350.00, 4th year
1400 00 per vear.
Principal 1st year 1450.00, 2nd
year 1500.00, 3rd year 1550.00, 4th
year 1600.00 per year.
The qualifications of all tenchers
in the Red Cloud schools must meet
the lequiremcnts as adopted by the
Board, a copy of same being on file
with the Secretary of the Board.
The teachers committee recommended
the election of the following teachers
lit salaries in accordance with the
schedule above: Mrs. Phil Sherwood,
Kindergarten, Vema Hutchins, 1st
grade, Mildred Borcn, 2nd grade,
Knthcrine Traut 3rd guide, Mrs. B.
W. Stpwait, 4th grade, Irma Oatmr.n,
5th grade, Josephine Davis, Cth grade
CJuistlnc Davis, Geography and
History, Bern'co Iiutchi on, English.
Nina Simons, Mils c, Tannic Hutchins,
I'Lrenco Peter.-, Engl'sh, Jessie
Kollcpg, History, Fbrewe Moniigon,
C mmerehl Ann.i Snkrvt, Normal
Training Myitis Gelwick, Principal.
Motion mrule and canied that the
rccoiiMipnd t:tn of the teachers com
uiiti e be .c copied and ubjve teachers
re elee'ed, also that the teachers com
mittee be authorized to fill all vacan
cies in the teaching staff for the com
ing school year at s-alaries per new
No fuither business appearing the
Bonrd adjourned to meet April 2nd,
B. F. FERRY,
Gun Club Elects Officers
The Red Cloud Gnu Club hold 11
mei'tilit,' lust night mid elected the foL
Karl Hull, l'residfiit.
.1. P Cluck, Secretary.
(J. V Diimon, Cor. Hintary.
FniiiU Peterson, Tieasurer.
Ccoiire Kmluy, Fluid Ciiptain.
A ipilet wed di up took pince at the
home of Mr. Hint .Mis. Ilenij Diederieli,
when their diuightur Violet was
timriied to Guy A Fuller of Cowles,
Neliraskii. 'I'lie luitrrUKf service was
read by Uev C. 11. Nelson, pastor of
the Oli'iisiliin Clmreli.
The voting people Iihvo hoth xrown
up 111 this county. Mrs Kuller Is n I
Kuuluitteol the lieil Lloud lilpli school
In the class of VXi'i, since which litnu
she litis been sissiMitig her nuither In
the home, I litis preparing for hursluiro
in the iihw partiuisliii Air Fuller
whi formerly 11 fanner, bin of lulu has
been working ' the aiitotuotiilo tepair
business They will make their home
iu Ited Cloud.
Let Us Make That Old Piece of Jewelry Into An
UP-TO-DATE RING, PIN OR BROOCH
E. H. Newhouse
DEC L AM ATO R V CONTEST
p ON FRIDAY, MARCH 9
The following is the program oC
the declamatory contest, which will
be given in the Red Cloud High School
Auditorium, on Friday evening, March
9th, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. An
adnrssion of 15 and 25 cents "ill be
charged for the .-nine:
Virginia Auld ....Higher Culture in
Happy Hadcll .When Ignorance is
Si ... Bliss
"Wr.win McBride The American .
. ization of Audre Francois
Milthed Rife Trouble With M. rtha
Amelia Ste.sard The Little Rebel
irma Sahidoi .... When The Fleet
Nellie Frai.tv. 7. ngorrlla
GuiImhI Baker 'the Supcmaii
tG:.l; e Ilenfro Prmcc of Pe. ce
li.-.rold Pope, T m Mason Ta-.ation
The winner of e.ich cl.'.So w'll rep
resent the Red Cloud High School at
the District Contest, March 30th, at
Kearney. The contosUnts . ic .11
"Reader.? of Ability," and the contest
A-ill bo enj -yahle and entertaining.
Music by Red Cloud High Sihool
LI BRA ICY REPORT
Fifth annual report of the librarian
of the Auld Public Library for the
year ending February 28, 1923.
Circulation of b-"oks:
January 595 1599
February 735 1371
Maicli GC1 1G82
April 421 1321
May 413 11G1
June 426 931
July 2G3 952
August 2G1 978
September 256 877
October 311 1018
November 471 1101
December , 451 1299
Total cir. 5421 14326
New readers added during year
Readers now enrolled
Ncfr books added during year
Books now accessioned
Cash on hand March 1, 1922
Pigs, calves, colts, lambs coming along. Muku tho most
f. Jit.ru. Tvjip th,cjnJipaltUy. their stomachs full.
Dr. Hess Stock Tome '
.'J "vt tlicm i'hwI MJi''turi ami kwmI illtfc-. . , J.ecti Hi voran 1 avray
. : 1 Kuitnl ll.i'ni naliml Ui i'U,
"I'll a ir-i it t 1 Ini'-tlmc tui Ir for mnMu'r , tni n .1 Hit 1 tt fur i'
im t"niri. 1 iwi 1 ill at -our, n'l 'ijiuf t ,Tecl, llroud . ntcn jui
Ii cj of itmtlp" Urn tir .1 (i.-iili'I.ni 1 fr i ru m. Lxti-IIcnt for Afc.rni
In fail nnJ J.'uti ;it l.tmLii.c tun .
CHAS. L. C0TTING, The Druggist
Tell iit lioto much stock you have We liavt a pndiaee to suit.
WJ eJ I'i V 1N. KflS "J i JCi B H I a J J Kl Q I IIH H So
Kv$3ftri&!cj r TUZfjif4!! -TJf1wTMlf'pr?r; HMTnBW (W&trTMiPWciii
CiVta' 55jwO Mr4 to ti4 CfcBi fowl o fTTTfl wifTttHTri'TSls' r3r
A ft il I
Expended for library
Csh on hand March 1, 1923 92 52
il71l volumes of fiction 1131 vol
ume? of non-fiction md 1151 mag.i
I'lnos were drawn from the Ibi.uv
dining the year.
Tho increii'-c in circulation oer the
prol -n year has been 1292 volumes.
The following is the circulation of
bocks for tho fivo yo. v. s... - tl c
opening of the library, March 11,
Beautiful Picture Free
While Thoy Last
A Beautiful Picture all taken from Oil Paintings,
Free with Every Caddy of Krispy Crackers.
WtfMlt IMIf WMimW WHlWIil i -if-IHM.-,r7frrrltT.T1 . , i j, y f WITTH
The 11 ' P. Wmmi Co.
R " jT " " I' I" ill iiwiiiiiw imiiim imB I
March 1 1919
Maich 1, 1920
March 1, 1921
March 1, 1922
March 1, 1923
Yola Swartx, Librarian.
A total of 321 cars of stock passed
through hero Sunday morning enroute
to the Kansas City and St. Joo mar
kets. They wore handled In six trains
This included five care
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Bishop return
ed to their homo at Fnirbury Tues
day morning on No. 16 after spend
ing the past few days here at the
home of their daughter. Jtrs, Marion
irtoom. ' t
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