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14—Algona, (In.) Upper D»« Mo!n*» thurtdoy, October 28, 1965 Real Estate Transfers * Alder son, Wayne P. & Kathryn to Ernest E. Fischer 10-15-fiS All Of lot 14 blk 1 4 south 15' Weisbrod Add., lot 15 blk 1; Fenton. Anderson, Alice & Harold, Ak- kermann, Rut'i & Wilhelm to George F. Sdnister 10-19-65 Beg. 272. ff \v. & 116.0' N. of NE corner of blk 1? Way's Add. Titonka being in NE1 4 NW1 4 (see rec.) 9-97-27. Brandt, Tetje, Wide* & Gertie et vir Christian, Poomgardon, Stella & v'ernie to Georpp F. Schuster 10-19-G5 Beg. 272.0 1 W. & 116.0* N. of NE corner of blk 19, Way's Add., Titonka located in NEl/4 NW1/4 (see rec.) 9-97-27. Dau, William F. & Lois E. to Arnold F. & Ella L. Lieb 10-1365 S 114' of El/2 of Lot 6 blk 1 & S. 114' of Wl/2 Ingham's Add. lot 7 blk 1; Algona. Everts, Anna, sgl. et al to George F. Schuster 10-19-G5 Beg. 272.0* W. & 116.0' N. of NE corner of blk 19, Way's Add., Titonka located in NE1/4 NW1/4 (see rec.) 9-97-27. Giesklng, Hilke & Carl to George F. Schuster 10-19-65 Beg. 272.0* W. & 116.0* N. of NE corner of blk 19, Way's Add.., Titonka, located in NE1/4NW1/4 (see rec.) 9-97-27. Irons, Margaret & Kenneth to George F. Schuster 10-19-65 Beg. 272.0* W. & 116.0* N. of NE corner of blk 19, Way's Add., Titonka, located in NE1/4 NW1/4 (see rec.) 9-97-27. Jentz, Lena M., widow to Ernest E. & Mathilda M. Fischer 10-15-65 N. 5* Weisbrod Add., lot 13 blk 1; Fenton. Johnson, Donald E. & Sandra; David V. & Billie to Alg. Ind. Devel. Corp. 10-15-650urundiv. int. in El/2 SEl/4 SW1/4 36-9629 & that pt. of S 3/4 of SW1/4 SEl/4 (see rec.) 36-96-29. Murray, Joseph D. & Shirley to Edward A. & Rose Marie Schiltz 10-14-65 Part of Lot 3 of A. P. of Pt. of SEl/4 Swl/4 24-98-29 (desc. as see rec.) Pannkuk, Ben & Esther, Fannie sgl.; John & Ruth; Meindert & Sadie; Evert & Mable; Fred & Dena; Henry & Etta to George F. Schuster 10-19-65 Beg. 272.0' N. of NE corner of blk 19, Way's Add., Titonka, located in NE1/4 NW1/4 (see rec.) 9-97-27. Stecker, Agnes & Telko, Viola Sarchett, sgl., et al to George F. Schuster 10-19-65 Beg. 272.0* W. & 116.0* N. of NE corner of blk 19 Way's Add., Titonka located in NEl/4 NW1/4 (see rec.) 9-97-27. Tiedens, Nanno & Ruth, David & Mary to George F. Schuster 10-19-65 Beg. 272.0* W. & of NE corner of blk 19, Way's Add. Titonka located in NEl/4 NW1/4 (see rec.) 9-97-27. Schrock Bros. Co.toTuloma Gas Products 10-11-65 011 Irvington Station. Stecker, Agnes & Telko, Viola sgl. to John B. Isebrand 10-5-65 Beg. 272.0' W. & 204.0* N. of NE corner blk 19, Way's Add., Titonka. Swanson, John Albert & Edith A. to Anrde E. Ackerson, Widow 10-12-65 Dourte's Add., S. C. lots 13, 14, & 15 blk. 3. Tiedens, Nanno & Ruth, David & Mary to John B. Isebrand 10-5-65 Beg. 272.0' W. 204.0* N. of NE corner blk 19 Way's Add., Titonka in NEl/4 NW1/4 Si 9-97-27, Ubben, Hattie, Widow to Harold Ubben 10-9-65 Undiv. 1/3 int. in Sl/2 NW1/4 & SW1/4 NEl/4 28-99-27 & Undiv. 1/3 int. in Sl/2 NEl/4 29-99-27 & undiv. 1/3 int. in an undiv. 1/2 int. in El/2 SW1/4 15-98-27. Is Promoted Victor Seely of the armed services was promoted to captain Sept. 27. He graduated from Iowa State University in 1962 and was commissioned a second lieutenant. Captain Seely has been in the Army 3 1/2 years and recently returned to the states after 13 months duty in Korea In the medical supply department. Captain Seely is chief of medical supplies of Irwin Army hospital at Ft Riley, Kansas, and also post medical supply officer of Ft. Riley. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely, Algona. Carole Wiener Of Burt Will Wed Nov. 5 CAROLE WIENER DURT - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener announce the engagement and approaching marriage of theii daughter, Carole Sue, to Mr. James Droege Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Droege Mueller, Fairmont. The bride is a graduate of Burt high school and is employed in the offices of Minnesota Mining, Fairmont. Her fiance is a graduate of Fairmont high school and Dunwoody Institute, Minneapolis He is employed in the office of Railway Motors, Fairmont. Nov. 5 Is the date chosen for their wedding at the Burt Methodist church. Paula Thilges To Head Riverdale One 4-H Unit Riverdale Rustlers Unit I met Saturday and had election of officers : Paula Thilges, president; Suzanne Reding, vice - pres.; Lenora Hilbert, treas.; Darlene Plathe, sec.; Judy Kollasch, Historian ; Sandy Wagner, Reporter; Judy Kollasch and Jane Reding, music chairmen; Paula Thilges and Ruth Thilges, recreation; Coleen Reding and Maribeth Thilges, courtesy chairmen. The club plans a roller skating party in November. Vicky McGuire, Charlene Thilges and Lenora Hilbert told of their trip to Washington and showed slides. Girls who want to become members in 4-H were also present. They were Rita Schiltz, Sandy Kollasch, Barbara McGuire, Janice Erpelding, Diane Bormann, Ellen Bormann, Mary and Carry Thilges, Irene Thul, Suzanne Reding. A guest door prize was given to Sandy Kollasch Mothers as guests were Mrs. Peter Reding, Mrs. Marvin Reding. The leaders are Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Ted Hilbert, Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Edward Thilges. Mary Becker was also a guest. Lunch was served by the hosts. F-Bureau Woman Workshop, Nov. 3 Kossuth County Farm Bureau women will hold a woricshop next Wednesday at the Methodist church here, with registration starting at 9:30 a. m. A noon luncheon will be served at the church. Participating will be all 19G5- GG officers, chairmen and special chairmen. Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Charles City, chairman of district 2, will introduce the 19GG-G7 program. Mrs. Marian Inman of Bancroft, former state women's chairman, will present "Pride in Farm Bureau." Lois Busch home economist of the Extension service, and Roger Hiemstra, assistant Extension director, will present a talk on "Citizenship." Approximately GO or more women from throughout the county are expected to participate in the workshop. LEDYARD Mrs. Bert Johnson was pleasantly surprised at her home Saturday when members of the Jolly Eight birthday circle arrived with the makings of a birthday lunch to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lews and family, Westside, were overnight guests at the Jerry Wiener home Friday. They report that their son Jerry, who was critically burned at his home st'v- eral months ago, when a gas water heater exploded, is again in University hospital, Iowa City, with serious infection of his wounds. He is expected to be there for several months. -G 0 T H- Mr. and Mrs. Julius Christiansen of Hicketts were honored on their sixtieth wedding anniversary October 17 at Charter Oak. BOARD PROCEEDINGS TWENTY-FOURTH DAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1965 Thf Bo.irrl of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present \VOTP A. M. Kollasch, Chairman and John Rode, Charles Plathr, Luwfonrp Newbrongh and Garry McDonald. Absent: None. ^^oMon In Plafhp and seconded by Rode that the Homestead aM Sol.iior Expmption br allowed as follows. Ayes: all. tfays: nr»nr. Motion carrlPd. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS 1m . Al to 1327 Inclusive except #2l-66-84-108-119A 125-129-141-153-160-162-167-170-180190-192-231-256-257-284-329-340-344- 348-376-377-390-408-415-430-432-464470-494-498-565-573-613-633-638-643- 6r,7-677-682-696-729-738-757-780-761- 777-816-899-938-966-987-990-994^1009 1018 -1030 -1050 -1056 -1065 -11141110-1121-1138-1169-1177-1203-1208- 1243 -1258 -1272 -1287 -1311A-1313- 1315-1315B-433 1 to 240 Inclusive except f 18-42-77-87-98-131136-140-145-148-153-160-199-200-207- 22G 1 to 156 Inclusive except #7-14-27-70-81-82-124 1 to 137 Inr.luslveexcept#llA-40-50-58-72-102A 1 to 132 Inclusive except #8-62-65-86-99 1 to 78 Inclusive except #7-9-29-30-31*56-74 1 to 48 Inclusive except #17-18-40 1 to 113 Inclusive except #19-20-23-42-60-6670-79-86-103 Al to 223Inclusive except #10-21-22-24-69-66- 74-87-101A-105-106-110-130-138-168A- 193-213-216 1 to 200 Inclusive except #18-32-43-108-129-152105-157-180 1 to 127 Inclusive except #16-33-59-62-77-7883-103-110-111 Wlilttomore Inc. Al to 183 Inclusive except #3-7-24-27-68-75-102 TWPS: 1 to 80 Inclusive 1 to 55 Inclusive Except #16-52 1 to 93 Inclusive Except 8-90 2 to 42 Inclusive Except 22-23 1 to 72 Inclusive Except 54 1 to 70 Inclusive Except 7-52-64 1 to 56 Inclusive 1 to 29 Inclusive Except 5-12-13 1 to 58 Inclusive 1 to 53 Inclusive Except 32-42 1 to 46 Inclusive Except 44 1 to 67 Inclusive Except 3-12-14-23-29-34-3846-48 2 to 51 Inclusive Except 4-31-42 1 to 50 Inclusive 1 to 62 Inclusive Except 3-19-27-55 1 to 34 Inclusive Except 18-23 1 to 37 Inclusive Except 24-28 Bancroft Inr. Burt Inc. Fnnton Inc. Lakota Inc. Ledyard Inc. Lone Rock Inc. LuVerne Inc. Swea City Inc. Titonka Inc. Wesley Inc. Buffalo Burt Cresco Eagle Fenton Garfleld German Grant Greenwood Harrison Hebron Irvington Ledyard Lincoln Lotts Creek LuVerne Plum Creek Portland Prairie Ramsey Riverdale Seneca Sherman Springfield Swea Union Wesley Whittemore TOWNS: Algona Inc. 1 to 59 Inclusive Except 5-19 1 to 71 Inclusive Except #4 1 to 54 Inclusive Except #5-15-53 1 to 74 Inclusive Except #18 1 to 70 Inclusive Except #25-43-53 1 to 41 Inclusive Except #7-17 1 to 40 Inclusive Except #23 1 to 53 Inclusive 1 to 65 Inclusive Except 26-37-40-44-49 1 to 58 Inclusive Except 32-45-49 1 to 59 Inclusive Except #47 SOLDIER EXEMPTIONS 1 to 549 Inclusive except #5-6-17-22-24-33- 39-40-52-56t-58-59-60-62-64-107-116 - 129-152-184-172-185-193-204A-209- 250-292-295-320-324-345-359-398A 406-420-443-485-492-517-525-B38A- • •• ,j» s«rt541-S43 Delusive except #31-l4r-57-«6-7B ' : ^ Inclusive except #5-9-51 Inclusive except #2-11 Inclusive except #15-31 Inclusive except #8 Inclusive / Inclusive except #10-31 •• Inclusive except #7-13-50-68 Inclusive except #8-10-26-30-42-50 Inclusive except #22-30 Inclusive except #13-39 1 to 61 1 to 24 2 to 35 2 to 25 Al to 15 1 to 39 1 to 81 1 to 53 1 to 40 1 to 66 •s.Otv<«* , Bancroft Inc. Burt Inc. Fenton Inc. Lakota Inc. Ledyard Inc. Lone Rock Inc. LuVerne Inc. Swea City Inc. Titonka Inc. Wesley Inc. Whittemore Inc. TWPS: Buffalo Burt Cresco Eagle Fonton Garfield German Grant Greenwood Harrison Hebron Irvington Ledyard Lincoln Lotts Creek LuVerne Plum Creek Portland Prairie Ramsey Riverdale Seneca Sherman Springfield Swea Union Wesley Whittemore Motion by Plathe and seconded by McDonald that Hugh Black be allowed a refund in the amount of $60.37 for erroneous assessment of Ag. Land Credit. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Rode that taxes be suspended on Lot 4 ex. S. 2' feet, Aud. Plat 0. L. C. Fenton, in the name of Elsie Frisbie. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Plathe and seconded by Newbrough that Kossuth uounty leases be approved to Alphons Erpelding and Joseph Krieps for grain bins, and the Chairman authorized to s»gn the leases. Ayes: all Navss none Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Plathe that taxes of Sieg-Kort Dodge Co. be abated as property was erroneously assessed in the amount of $679.19. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Nt'Wb rough and seconded by Rode that Kossuth County purchase 'o:n the town of Ledyard by Q. C. D., prop- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Al 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to 33 25 52 16 31 29 30 24 27 28 23 36 35 21 37 25A 22 32 36 23 32 37 37 16 35 27 34 27 Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive , Except Except Except E xcept E xcept Except Except E xcept Except Except Exr-.ept Except Except E xcept Except Except Except Except #2-19-32-33 #2 #12-23 #22 #3-8-13 #19-21 #5-21 #1-22 #28 #7-17 #12-36 *6-23 #29 #4-9-21 #2-3-20 #17-21 #30 #6 erty to enlarge the Couhty shed in the amount of $1.00. Ayes: all Nays : none Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that compromise settlement be given to Mr. and Mrs. John Capesius in the amount of $600 for care of Joan Marie Capesius at Woodward State hospital. Ayes; all Nays: none Motion carried* It was motioned that payment of claims allowed at this meeting of the persons and firms listed immediately following be ratified, allowed and confirmed. GENERAL COUNTY FUND Algona Mun. Util., Util.. .$ 185,84 Payroll Fund, County.. 14,299,87 Maxine Momyer, Ex. Help- Clks. Off 264.00 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Board & Lodge of prisoners . . . 62,40 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Meals & Mileage 230,79 Larry Hudson, Meals & Mileage .-, 62,05 Donald M. Wood, Meals & Mileage. . . 56,20 Wright Co. Sheriff, Sup. . . .4.50 Law Enforcement Equipment Supplies 42.30 Electronic Specialties, Parts & Repairs 101.82 Electronic Specialties, Mileage 80.90 Joyce Haydcn, Son Water . .6.50 Joyce Hayden, Mileage . . .80.90 Culllgan, Soft Water . . . . 6.50 Paul Ludwlg, Meeting .... 4.00 Wm. Th«l, Meeting 4.00 George Bass, Meeting .. . .4.00 Charles Bormann, Meeting 4.00 W. L. Reynolds, Meeting . .4.00 A. F. McFarland, Meeting . .4.00 R. 1, Anderson, Meeting . . .4.00 Florian Hellmann, Meeting. .4.00 Elmer Hellmann, Meeting.. .4.00 Frank Cogley, Meeting . . . .4.00 Edward J. Elbert, Meeting. .4.00 Earl R. Chambers, Meeting 4.00 Elmer Kubly, Meeting . . . ,4.00 Advance Publ. Co. Sup.. . .32.17 Koch Bros., Sup. . ..... .7.65 Madison Chem. Corp., Supplies ........... ,29.75 Greenberg Auto Supplies, Supplies , . , 3.85 N, W. Bell, Tel .284.32 Burrough's Corp. Sup 28.00 Advance Pub. Co., Sup. , . .88.90 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Supplies 345.99 Fldlar & Chambers Co., Supplies 20.68 Jenkins-Fergemann Co., Supplies 58.71 Gen. Typewriter Exch., Repairs 57.00 Donald Mitchell, Repairs.. .14.50 Dr. Schutter & Koob, blood Tests 10.00 Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Proceedings 118.85 Advance Pub. Co., Proceedings 124.46 Gordon L. Wlnkel, Expenses 172.23 Treas. of Koss. Co. Bounty 17.25 ROAD CLEARING FUND Payroll, Rd. Clearing...2966.90 Swaney Equip. Co., Supplies 399.00 Quaker Oats Co., Supplies..61.30 REFUNDS Hugh M. Black, Ag. Land Credit 60.37 SEC. RD. FUND Standard Oil, Fuel 614.11 Pioneer Lumber Co., Lumber 3,599.01 Cities Serv. Oil Co., Gas..565.77 Premier Autoware Co., Parts 107.28 Humboldt Concrete Products Pipe 9,862.24 Glbbs-Cook Equip. Co., Parts 753.83 Taylor Motor Co.,Parts.. .22.09 Great Plains Supply Co., Parts 371.29 Eutectic Welding Alloys, Supplies 11.10 Construction Machinery Co., Pump .3,518.20 Midwest Culvert Co., •'• 1V ' ! Culverts 2,040.63 Grouse Cartage Co.,Tools..3.75 Kossuth Motor Co., Parts & Repairs 41.47 la. Elec. Light & Pwr. Co., Elec. 2.43 Town of West Bend, Elec.. .1.25 United Building Center, Supplies 35.23 Rick's Cities Serv., Repairs 12.75 Bauer Imp., Parts 9.00 Fairbanks Excavating, Excavating 360.00 United Build. Center, Supplies 12.52 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies..2.37 Percival Motor,Repairs...15.50 N. W. Bell Tel., Tel 47.74 Michael Todd & Co. Inc., Farts 387.95 Cooks Welders Supply, Supplies 28.18 Algona Imp. Co., Parts . . .25.55 Everds Bros. Inc. & Elmer Dole Co., ProJ. #9 8,100.00 Elmer Dole Co. & Everds Bros. Inc., Proj. #1 6,538.09 Fenton Lumber Co., • Supplies 6.76 Blair Welding, Repairs... .28.00 Kenneth Kollasch, Repairs 388,00 Interstate Pwr.Co.,Elec.,.50.00 Alg. Mun. Util., Utilities...16.21 Elmer Dole Co. & Everds Bros. Inc., ProJ. #9... .34,759.67 Elmer Dole Co. & Everds Bros. Inc.,Proj.#4....31,316,49 Chicago & N. Western Ry., Freight 27.09 Payroll Fund, Sec. Rd 16,107.45 P. & M, Stone Inc. & Welp & McCarten, Cover Agg 2,219,93 Elmer Dole Co., Proj, #1 1,717,53 Elmer Dole Co^& Evsrds Bros. Inc., Proj. #1 726.45 Elmer Dole Co, & Everds Bros, Inc. Proj. #2 2,275.66 Burdette L, Hoeppner etal, Gravel 9,328.25 Ken's 66 Oil Co., Fuel. . .20.61 Dukehart-Hughes Tractor 4 Equip. Co., Parts , . . .650,00 Bell's Saw Shop, Repairs ,.22.40 Greenbei e Auto Supply, Parts 183,32 Grouse Cartage Co., Parts 24.56 Brown Supply Co., parts 988.25 Swaney Equip. Co., Supplies 100,70 Clement Crahan, Labor . ..11.40 Des Molnes Steel Co., parts • .379.69 Lone Rock Coop. Tel. Co., Tel 19.98 Sieg-Ft. Dodge Co., parts. .62.17 Rowlet P. & H,, Repairs.. .67.19 . .1.00 .14.65 ..5.70 . .5.00 . .7.58 . .8.50 .19.00 ..8.60 .13.28 John Thompson, Labor.. ..431.00 Fergie's K. & H. Oil, Fuel. .70.88 Jerry's Cities Serv., Tubes 9.25 Farmers Coop. Soc., Supplies .28.94 Algona Mach. Shop, Repairs Beed Hdwe., Supplies . . . Michael j. Wagner, Labor la. Pub. Serv. Co., Elec. West la, Tel., Tel Blair Welding, Repairs . Standard OH, Fuel ..... Eco Machine Co., Repairs Irons P. & H.j Repairs . . Alexander's Blacktop Co., Premix 61.00 Pech Motors, Repairs . . . .17.35 Arnold Motor Supply, Parts 12.07 Coop. OH Co., Supplies. . . .8.05 Ledyard Lumber Co., Supplies 13.20 Esthervllle Concrete Co., Supplies 121.90 Cent. la. Rural Tel., Tel.,.10.18 Cowan's, Supplies 320.28 Sunray D-X Oil Co., Fuel..289.62 Harvey Rath, Crib Moved 100.00 BANGS FUND Dr. A. E. Slekmeler, Inspection 4.50 Dr. James K. Hill, Inspection 21.50 Dr. Hoyt H. Raney, Inspection .13.50 Dr. J. A. Sanftner, Inspection 7.00 Dr. D. J. Shey,Inspection..62.00 Dr. W. B. Redman, Jr., Inspection 38.00 Dr. Jeralt T. Waite, Inspection 45.00 Dr. Hans J. Seyffert, Inspection 33.50 CONSERVATION Mancil Hurlburt, Mileage 46.20 L. N. Bormann, Mileage...39,76 Harold Swanson, Mileage 46.20 A. J. Budlong, Mileage ....25.20 POOR FUND Phoebe Williams, Rent: Charles Huffman 90.00 Hazel M. Vera ' Rent; Roger Steenblock 36.50 Mary Copp, Rent: Rose Hahle 35.00 Bennie Eden Rent: Alvinia Fisch 25.00 John J. Welp, Rent: Joe Bednarz 45.00 Lloyd Dlxon, Rent: Albert Cutler 25.00 G. R. Cook, Rent: Audry Frye 25,00 Slaba Funeral Serv. Transp. Maynard Nemitz 15.00 Garry Funeral Home, Transp. Christina Wilhelmina 17.50 & Mathilda McFarland 15.50 Marvel Immerfall,''Transp'^85}10 Town of • Whittemore, Blec. Myrtle Frost 19.69 •- Thermogas Co. of Algona Fuel, Audry Frye 8.95 Town of Bancroft, Elec. Joe Rapp 3.19 & Joe Bednarz 13.10 Peoples Natural Gas, Fuel,: Charles Huffman 20.10 Sunray D-X, Fuel: William Gustln 15.48 Rusk Drug, Medical: Adel White 6.73, Wm. Gustin > 16 / .78, Mae Ramus 12.77, Audrey Frye 17.45, Roger Steenblock 8.20, Carol Hemanen 9.76 Dr. Schutter & Koob, Medical: Wm. Llesener 71.25, James Walker 3.75, E mil Haack 42.75, Florence Bagby 18.75, Art Mueller 12.00 St. Ann Hosp., Medical: Joe Medin 625.90, Mary Mogenson 251.93, Dennis Haack 38.50 Dr. JohnKenefick,Medical: John Hardgrove 10.50, Lloyd Martin 18.75, Glen Parcel 10.95 Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical; Audrey Frye 18.75, Karen Christensen 17.25, Mae McLean 36.25 T. J. Egan, M. D., Medical: Joe Bednarz 20.00 Van Norman Drug Co., Medical; Mildred Ternes 35.65 Welp Drug Store, Medical: Joe Bednarz 2.25 Joseph M. Rooney, M, D., Medical : Percy Atkinson 11.25, Joe Medin 123.75, Steve Smith 30.00 Dr. Bahne Bahnson, Medical: Eva Morris 16.00 M. G. Bourne, M. D., Medical: Mary Mogenson 6b.S25 Palo Alto Mem. Hosp., Medical; Geo. Frisbie 98.65 Holy Family Hosp,, Medical: Frank Ditsworth 192.85 Honsbruch Drug, Medical: Wm. Gustin 2,55, Stephen Smith 66.85 Droessler Mkt., Food: Joe Bednarz 134.94 Cowing Food Mart, Food: Joe Rapp 20.00, Bertha Busch 15.00, Joe Bednarz 45.00 Vogel's Store, Food: Bernard Gifford 70.00 Zumach Grocery, Food: Myrtle Frost 60.00 National Food, Food: Esther De Camp 20.00 Ron & Jack's, Food: Glen Parcel 30.00, Wm. Gustin 20.00, Audrey Frye 20.00, Roger Steenblock 12.00 East End Grocery, Food: Roger Steenblock 28.00, Audrey'Frye 20.00, Glen Parcel 30.00 S. & L., Clothing: Charles Henneman 18.93 & Charles Elbert 53.11 Blake Funeral Home, Services: Martha Meyer 234.00 Josie Fernau, Keep: Phyllis Solom 119.00 Mrs. Helen Zaugg, Keep: Rickey Struecker 115.70 Johnson Nursing Home, Keep: George Jennings 33.50 Jarry Rabiner Boys Ranch, Keep: Cleo Willis 135.13 Heritage Nursing Home, Keep: Wm. Becker 100.00 Hlllcrest Home, Keep: Rose & LaVera Westling 280.00 Alg. Good Sam. Home, Keep: Mae Ramus 167.57, Adele White 63.00 Morgan Home, Keep: Lawrence Mulligan 155.00, Paul Mulligan 113.10 Turner Nursing Home, Keep: Lorena Nemitz 131.75 State of Iowa, ADC 1836.00 State of Iowa, Blind . . . .480.84 State of Iowa, Emergency.,11.15 State of Iowa, Disabled . . .87.67 Payroll Fund, Poor 1160.00 Irene Pugsley, Labor , ...108.00 Algona Locker, Rent . . . .24.00 Keck Inc., Freight 6.10 N. W. Bell, Tel 31.32 Thermogas Co. of Algona, Fuel 30.80 Lindsay, Soft Water 58.90 Standard Oil, Fuel 107.82 Dr. Schutter & Koob, Medical 16.13 Honsbruch Drug, Medical 414.28 Edwin F. Mino, Trucking ..18.40 Algona Machine Shop,, Repairs , . . .2.00 Fleet Tractor Stores, Parts , , .4.62 Bowman Builders, Repairs 1496.22 J. W. Burnett, Repaid Bills 29.50 United Bid. Center, Supplies 21.28 Algona Imp. Co., Parts . . .10.07 Coast to Coast, Supplies...35.89 Arwell Inc., Spraying . . . .10.00 Koss. Co. Treas., Prepaid Bills 5.50 Algona Locker, Butchering 43.68 Bernard Food Industries Inc., Supplies 51.10 Finn's Bakery, Food ... .76.98 Consl. Coop. Creameries, Supplies 122.46 M. & J. R. Hakes, Supplies 432.07 East End Groc., Food . . . .1.35 Hood's Super Valu,Food...52.55 National Food, Food 83.35 S. & L., Clothing 22,94 Cities Serv. Oil Co., Gas...48.73 Sterling Slmonson, Hay.. .208.40 Richard Plathe, Straw . . . .88.00 Webster Orton, Spraying 113.36 Whittemore Elevator, Feed. . . . ,, 111.15 PAYROLL FUND J. W. Burnett, Co.Farm..225.00 ;No.rft-p. Burnett, Co.,,,; ,* ,F,arm , . ... ..,.. .'..,,,. . .225.00 Wendel Warwick, Co. Farm 200.00 Alma Warwick, Co. Farm .200.00 L. C. Rovn, Probation Officer 152.76 Kenneth Richardson, Probation 141.45 A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & Mileage 721.70 John H. Rode, Meetings & Mileage .722.50 Charles Plathe, Meetings & Mileage .719.00 L. A. Newbrough, Meetings & Mileage 623.40 Garry McDonald, Meetings & Mileage 638.40 Homer Downs, Weed Commission .388.90 Arthur Johnson, Weed Commission 274.10 Ed Hildman, Weed Commission 340.10 Clarence E. Priebe, . Weed Commission 355.05 Andrew Reding, Weed Commission , .416.90 J. E. Smith, Weed Commission . ,, 61.95 H. M. Smith,Engineer... 1000,00 John Fraser, Asst. Engineer 650.00 Hazel Anliker, Deputy....400.00 James Hoffman, Rodman . . 364.00 Tom Aaron, Inspector... .591,10 Raymond Baade, Labor,,. .446,00 Alvin Ewing, Labor 604,20 John Krebsbach, Labor,, .418.00 A. J, Kollasch, Labor ,,. ,456,00 Ed Blanchard, Labor . , , .433,20 Noble L. Crouch, Labor .361,00 Clarence Hentges, Labor 560,50 George Kockler, Labor..,623.20 Roelf Miller, Labor 418,00 Ben Metzger, Labor 463.60 George C, Studer, Labor .471.20 John Schueler Jr.,Labor.,419.80 Charles Thompson, Labor , .596.60 Cyril Wagner, Labor . . . .505.40 C. E. Zaugg,T,a"bor ,. . ..522,75 Clifford Blanchard, Labor Richard Hoberer, Labor Clifford Holmes, Labor .429.50 Don Hainzinger, Labor .. .594,70 Earl Johns, Labor . . . , .471.50 Ralph Markla, Labor , . ..433.20 Urban Neuroth, Labor.,, .419.00 Delmar Plathe, Labor... ,339.50 Marcell Reding, Labor ...478.80 Leo Ramus, Labor 587.10 Gerald Wibben, Labor,.. ,613.70 Erich Willrett, Labor ... .482.60 Dale Helmers, Labor , ...420,80 Elmer P. Ricks, Labor...420,80 ,420.70 ,482.60 Fred Stecker, Labor ... .410.00 George Werlngft,lfcbor...418.00 Orville Welltnd, Labor,..419.30 James Walker, Labor..., ,421.30 Henry Zwelfel, Labor ....441.70 DRAINAGE FUND Marvin O. Kruse, Drain #4 • . ^OS.OS Shumway, Kelly * Fristedt, 4 .......;. .25.00 Carl Garrett & Son, 4 ., ,100.00 Shumway, Kelly A . Fristedt, 5 .15.00 Advance Pub. Co., 7 <.. .10.40 Shumway, Kelly & ! Fristedt, 7 «,..*..». »12.W Ben Bruhns, 9 ..95.00 John Thompson, 24 224.51 John Thompson, 63 .. *, .332.50 John Thompson, 69 .... ,162,50 Kruse Engineering, 80,., .626.72 Michael Davis, 80 Lat 2 . .54,76 Advance Pub. Co., 80 Laf 30 4.. .9,33 John Thompson, 83 .... .27.50 John Thompson, 84 . . . . ,25,00 Michael Wagner, 103 . , » ,12.00 Clement Crahan, 103 ... .12,00 Michael Wagner, 105 ... .14.00 Clement Crahan, 105 ... .14,00 John Thompson, 115 . .. .10*00 D, L. Leffert, Engr., HK 5-87 2624.00 Kruse Engineering, HK 1. .119.97 Kruse Engineering, HK 1.. .23.78 Clement Crahan, HK 2 ... .2.03 Michael Wagner, HK 8 . . .7.27 Clement Crahan,HK 8 , . , .7,27 Maynard Moretz, HK 7-120 666.16 United Bid. Center, PAK 1.M.49 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, WK 35-89 Lat 5 . .1.56 STATE INSTITUTION Jos. M. Rooney, M. D., Exam, Phys .7.50 David L. Shumway, Attorney 7.50 Leo J. Cassel, Attorney ...10.00 Dr. M. D. Enna, Medical...35.64 Relners Nursing Home, Keep 240.00 Tommy Dale Mem. Hosp., Keep .362.70 Alma Leegaard Home, Keep 100.00 State Comptroller, Keep 792.22 COURT FUND Payroll Fund, Court Payroll ". .. .1663.70 Hamilton Printing, Supplies . . 9.38 Harold E. Gartner, Mayor Fees 5.00 Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage ........... .18.10 Harold E. Gartner, Mayor Fees 4.00 There were no Poor Fund Receipts turned into the Treasurer's Office for the month 1 of August. On motion adjournment was taken until September 8, 1065. ATTEST: , ..^, ,> A. M. Kollasch, Chairman', Board of Supervisors Marc Moore, Kossuth Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS TWENTY-FIFTH DAY ; SEPTEMBER 8, 1965 SPECIAL JUNE SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, John Rode, Charles Plathe, Garry McDonald & Law r rence Newbrough. Absent: none Motion by Plathe and seconded by Newbrough that Class "B 1 .' Beer permit be granted Louis Schafer, Jr. West Bend. Ayes': all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and see*. onded by Plathe that cigarette permit be granted Louis Schaferj Jr., West Bend. Ayes: all Nays; none Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until September 14, 1965. ATTEST: 1 A. M, Kollasch, Chairman, Board of Supervisors Marc Moore, ,; Kossuth Co, Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS TWENTY-SIXTH DAY SEPTEMBER; 14, 1965 : SPECIAL SEPTEMBER SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment, Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, Garry McDonald, Lawrence Newbrough, John Rode and Charles Plathe, Absent: none Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that Class "B" Beer permit be issued Charles McVay (Charlies Supper Club) effective Oct. lp,'1965, Ayes: all Nays; none Motion carried, ; Motion by Piathe and seconded by Rode that Class "C"' Liquor License be approved for Charles. L, McVay. Ayes: .all Nays; none Motion Carried! Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that compromise settlement of $3000 be. given on the John Lynch account at the County Home and is now, paid in full until January 1,19§6,: Ayesj all Nays: none Motion carried. On motion adjou>njnent was taken until October J. 1965. ; ATTEST: ; ' : A. M, Kollasch, Chairman/ Bd, of Supervisors: Marc Moore, ; Kossuth Co. Auditor

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