Louis Balgeman dies 1930

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Louis Balgeman dies 1930 - erader, a ten-ton Holt tractor, and a "60"...
erader, a ten-ton Holt tractor, and a "60" Caterpillar tractor. The financial statement in the bridge fund shows that warrants paid In 19129 totaled $39,387.66, and that there was a balance On hand January 1 of $13,418.49. Receipts lor the year totaled $42,592.01. The bonded bridge indebtedness was $70,500 on January 1. During 1929 $14,000 in bonds was paid. Road expenditures totaled $135,145.18 $135,145.18 from total receipts for the year of $188,894.02, leaving a balance on hand of $53,748.84. Bonds outstanding outstanding on roads January 1 totaled $343,000, and during 1929 $8000 in bonds waa paid. Only 12 of the 28 townships sent is reports in time to be included In the conty report, which shows expenditures expenditures of $32,336.98, of which $44,018.22 was spent on construction construction and $38,318.76 on maintenance. SUPERVISOR F, J, BALGEMAN'S FATHERDIES_ATWEST BEND Whlttemore, Jan. 28—Supervisor Frank J. Balgeman, his wife, and children attended the funeral of Mr. Balgeman's father, Louis Balgeman, at West Bend last Thursday. The elder Balgeman, who was some 82 years old, had been ailing since a stroke last spring, and died last week Tuesday morning. He had lived lived around West Bend many years. Besides the supervisor he left two other sons, Leo, of North Pakota, and Herbert, West Bend, and two daughters, Mrs. Alma Campbell, of Canada, and Amanda, West Bend. He was married twice and both wives and two children • are dead. Funeral Lutheran Rev. J. G. Interment Bend cemetery. Forest taking place and Governor principal Always Dependable and guaranteed to perfect satisfaction down last spoonful in You save in buying and

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  1. Kossuth County Advance,
  2. 30 Jan 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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