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Upp«r DM MolnM Tu*sdc*y, July 26, 1960 deed. BK that 1 was glad to see three callers Wednesday morning, Mrs Gilbert Margreayes and her grandchildren, Michael, 3, and Janelle, 2, whose parents are Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis. There is another child, a daughter Suzanne, 7, but she was too busy to make calls. the youngsters are. exceptionally handsome, big brown eyes and clear • olive complexions-natural "tans" which are so popular. And bright as dollars. Suzanne was recently given some spending money by grandfather Gib and used it to buy an animal "floater", the swimming pool in mind when she made her purchase. Solemnly, she confided to grandmother Tillic, "i prayed for a nice day so 1 could use my floater. I saved my otiier prayer for tomorrow night." » # • Suzanne added a record to her .name when she pulled in a very large bullhead the other day when she and her parents and grandparents were fishing at Ingham lake. It was so large it completely filled a two quart casserole when prepared for baking. Tillie reports a catch of 38 fish one day and 48 the other. She was a little aisgrunlled to learn the man who cleans them was actually at the lake but was reported away and she had one mess to clean all by herself. * * * Olive Hanson is another woman who loves to fish. And did you see the picture in the Des Moines Register of Mrs Eloise Linde, Swea City, with her 28- pound trout recently caught at Black Lake, SasKatchewan, Canada. Mrs Hanson has returned from a two week vacation with a son at Hibbing, Minn., and other northern Minnesota scenic spots. * • * The life of a TV star may be glamorous but Hertha Dau and Lucille Montgomery, want no part of it. Recently they appeared on a Garden Club program at Fort Dodge. Hertha said in addition to being nervous, the room was so hot with necessary light, it was almost unbearable. The women are 'content to be just housewives and horticulturists. They are also very adept flower arrangers. * * • Linda Long was given a stocking "monkey" by her grandmother, Mrs Chris Long, for her birthday. The "Monk" had been exhibited here and left on a chair in the hall. Along came Olga Jordon, bringing it in for me to see and asked, "Who is the new patient?" In spite of a frock and jacket, Linda insists the sex is "he". Well, why noi? * * * A sad story with a happy ending. I was asked what Mrs Hagg or Haag was a patient at St. Ann. I didn't know but decided to find out. Since Mrs Nettie Haag was a patient there some time ago, I thought it might be she. I phoned the house and asked if grandma was there. The child said "No". I replied, "Is she in the hospital?" She didn't know, so I figured .it wasn't Nettie. Another phone call and 1 had the information. It was Mrs Albert Hagg (Florence) and she had surgery yesterday. When Nettie Haag got home, the granddaughter ran to her, tears streaming, and happy that grand-, ma wasn't in the hospital. .'*-»* Mrs Haag came in to tell me about it and brought me a king- size pink sweet pea, the first of some blooms, the seeds of which her daughter Ruth Ann brought from Japan. It fs a lovely blossom but I don't think it is quite as fragrant as our common variety. * * • ' As well as I know the streets of Algona, I made an error when f l mentioned Ella Thompson's home on Moore street. It isn't. It is on Harlan, At the recent shooting match at Marshalltown, Richard Groen, city policeman, won fifth place in his class. This enables him to attend the National Rifle Association meeting at Camp Perry, Ohio, the last week in July. He will attend a small arms school and be gone from July 27 to August 5. * * * A letter from Mrs Don Mertz, nee Drusilla Coughlin, Grand Island, Neb., says, among other things, that the daughter Dianne's engagement has been announced and a prenuptial tea is being given for her July 31 by Mrs Mertz and the bride-elect's sister, Donna. I wondtr if "Chris" will give a prize tor the correct identification of ttye glamour gals modeling; garment? in the July 12 ad. J ^m sure I recognize the comely " • l* LfAse, Wtsley, was r ,'to,typnd, me a clip' the tyendaJe Herald, Ariz M written by (Mrs Otis Pad- Lease's cousin, Mrs Springs, Ariz., the impres- her. The H jn the exact-in 1924-28 and it is hig..i\ probable siie knew t!ie Tnbons. » » * —••• : ' ' The item by Mrs Paddock tells in detail of the 21 day trip 13 Arizonans took from' Phoenix Sky Harbor to Kotzbue. second largest Eskimo village jucate.d on a bay off Bering Strait which divides this north American state from the USSR. 1 ravel conveyances, she paid, included Western Electra Jet. the propeller aircraft, small craft, flown by a bush pilot, dos sled and even skin-covered boat for .the most adventurous. Thu detailed account was most interesting. I think this describes me perfectly." A man will sometime devote all his life to the development of one part of his body-trie wishbone." * * * I think many of you my age and older would enjoy reading 'The Old Country Store," an interesting story of merchandising from 1791 to 1921. It is entertainingly written and reminded me vividly of my girlhood days. It is in the library. Barrels 01 pickles, left open sometimes, but later to have mosquito netting covers; and in the meat market, beef halves and pork halves hung from big hooks over aisles of saw dust. Meat on v.e chopping blocks-and it was quite a change when a walk-in refrigerator was added. * * * Which gives me a lead lo 1924- August Mr and Mrs A. P. Ives and Mrs E. Mawdsley killed by Milwaukee train at Thorington street crossing. Three hundred took part in Legion Pageant of Kossuth county. Joe Auner Buckeye, joins forces of Kossuth County State Bank. Kiwanis club presented with charter by Gov. Knudson, Mason City, * * » Having just finished the book, "The Old Country Store," I read portions of the appendix ana found an item of interest. "During the summer months Janet Harkin Massopust, Route I, New Ulm, Minn., shows visitors around her grandfather Harkin's store, which is not a restoration but consists of the original stock and fixtures in an 1871 building." It would be fun to visit the place. Five ifp-, lov. .1 Ayr .Motion by by .Jr.::* So rdeci on THEREFORE RESOLVED Kossulh County Hoard of 11 b->hj:l' oi Ko.ssuth. 10 oy.vii'e a c^uit Claim' J. Knl!a-!i-h to ,»u- [•'.LSI -•I i.!'" Hi 1...I Five I.TI. Blork OMCIM.:! Pi.it of vV.iittcmme. •s. .=» Mays' No:,e John Hode and seconded I'cnscn tint taxes be sus- K 1 .- Lois .1 5 H'.k !> O. P. Benjamin Meyer Of Algona Weds Jene Meyer, daughter ot Mr and Mrs Francis P. Meyer oi' Truesdale, became the bride ot Benjamin Meyer, son of Mr ana Mrs Dick B. Meyer of Algona in a ceremony July 17 in Lakeside Presbyterian church, Storm Lake. Rev. Myron Browcr of Algona officiated at the Ceremony. The bride was attended by her twin sister, Jone Meyer. Richard Meyer served his brother as best man. Donald Tapper, Jack Meyer, Duane Rippentrop, »ncJ Larry Tapper ushered. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white lace, fashioner/ with a high neckline,. and long sleeves ending in points at the wrists. Her short veil was held in place by a pearl trimmed headpiece and she carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception for 300 guests was held in the church parlors. Both the bride and the bridegroom are graduates of Boutin Vista College at Storm Lake. The bride has been teaching third grade in Minneapolis. Mr Meyer is a graduate of Algona high school, and is a stiident at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary. He t'ttendcd Iowa .State University at A»nes for this year's summer session. Among Algonans attending the wedding w.^re Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer and daughter, Joy, Rev and Mrs Myron Brower, Mr and* Mrs Art Krause, Mrs Segrid Lundh, Mrs A. E. ivresensky, Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond, Mr and Mrs A. J. Huenhold, Mr and Mr? Paul Schneider, A J. Kloostei and Mrs Harley Troutman, Jr. Board Proceedings BOARD PROCEEDINPS REGULAR APRIL SESSION THIRTEENTH DAY JUNE L 1960 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, and Jens Sorensen, John Hode, Charles Newel and Charles Plathe. Absent: none Motion by Charles Plathe and seconded by John Rode that the Chairman of the Board bo authorized to sign Q. C. D..to clear title on East 3' of Lot 5 Blk 5 In the Original Plat to Whittemore Inc. and that the following resolution be approved. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. RESOLUTION WHEREAS, on August 30, 1!H7, the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors resolved to sell to Paul J. Kollaseh in coiislderatipn of the sum of $45, Lot Four (4) and the East Throe feet <3') of Lot Five <5>. Block Five (51. Original Plat of Whittemore. Iowa, and execute a Quit Claim Deed therefor, and WHEREAS, the East Three Feet (3 1 ) of Lot Five (0), Block Five i5i, •rlglnfU^ PJ.JJU,. p.f,,WljjV^mpje, ; .lo.wa; '" ' ' ' said to Tilonk.i. ov, iipd by John D. brand. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion earned. Motion by Jens Forms-en and seconded by Charles Newel ..that refund in the amount of $.30 (Thirty Centsi be aiUnvrci Mer\vin c.'ron.ul of Algon.i Inc. for Soldier Exemption missed. Ayes: all .Nays: mine Motion carried. Motion bv Charles Ne\\vl .mil seconded by John Rode that contract toi aspliatic p.iv:nR he awarded to Eveids Hros. of Alpoiia. lov a. Ayes: all Navs: no;-.e Motion r.uried. Motion bv Jfiini Kcclc and ivcondvd by -'t'hjirles Plathe that crmtr.T.'t on cover a;yiep,aie rlvlivcred be approved for Welp &r <"artun Inc. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion earned. Motion by Ctiailes Nc\ve.l and seconded t>v Jens Soicnse.n that Bonds be appioved and Class "B" E?eei P. ..nit be issued to C. O. & Oma A. Uailey. Seneca Store: teuton. Iowa. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by John Rode that Cigarette Pel mil be Issued to C. O. Bailey. Seneca Store. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Newel that refund be allowed Bub Hoyer. Banerott. m the amount ot SC-4.2U for the \ears ISiStl, 1!I5!». lor money deposited in Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Charles Plathe and seconded by Jens Sorensen thai cash on hand in the Treasurer's Office. June 1. IWiO. be approved in the amount, of S2il02.(if>. Ayes: All Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Newel that a letting for Stabalizcd Base and Gravel letting be set for June 20. HiGO at 2:00 p.m. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by Jens Sorensen that the Liability Insurance lor all County Employees be awarded to the General Casualty Company of Wisconsin. A. C. Accurso; Agent. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Plathe that A. J. Rleklefs 1 Insurance Agency be awarded the Workman Compensation Insurance. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Plathe that Bond of Donald D. Jorgcnson. Clerk in the Auditor's Office, be approved. Ayes. all Nays: none Motion carried. DISALLOWED BILLS James L. ColTey. M.D.. medical 2.00 It was motioned that payment of claims allowed at this meeting of the persons and firms listed immediately following be ratified, allowed, anil confirmed. POOR FUND Pat Murphy. Labor __________ 120.00 Payroll Fund, Poor Payroll ._ 916.00 R. O. Bjustrom. Rent ______ 25.00 Mr. Wm. Hedrick, Rent ____ 10.00 H. C. Johannsen, Rent . _ 12.00 G. R. Cook, Rent ____________ 25.00 Marvel Immerfall. Mileage .- 27.37 Algona Bus Depot. Transportation ---------------- ....... .... 11.83 Hamilton Funeral Home. Ambulance _: __________ ........ j. 5.00 Algona M'.m. Util., Utilities .. 10.7-1 K. & H. Coop Oil Co., Fuel „ 24.45 Charles Schroder. Fuel _____ _ B.O.j Rusk Drug. Medical __________ 118.25 Honsbrueh Drug. Medical _____ 143.71 Paul L. Warner, M.D., Medical 12'J.GO John M. Schutter, M.D., Medical ------------------- ...... _ 20.63 M. G. Bourne; M.D., Medical f)3.00 St. Ann Hosp.. Medical ______ 345.49 Joseph M. Rooney, M.D., Medical ____________________________ 6.75 Dr. R. K. Richardson. Medical 40.50 Drs. C. V. & Hugo A. Lindholm. Medical _______________ 100.00 John F. Thuente Pharmacy, Medical ________________________ 26.25 John N. Kenei'ick, M.D., Medical _____________________ _. 3.50 Dan L. Bray. M.D.. Medical ._ 25.00 J. G. Clapsaddle, M.D., Medical 12.00 Community Hosp., Medical __ 98.83 Dale A. Harding, M.D., Medical 35.00 Miller Pharmacy. Medical _. 29.03 Drs. Coddington & Northup, Medical _____________________ 17.EO Kerstcn Clinic. Medical ______ 8.00 E. K. Vaubel, M.D., Medical „ 47.00 Renfair Nursing Home, Medical _________________________ 67.00 Dr. F. E. Sawyer & Erickson. Medical ______ ......... ________ 7.00 Dick Drug, Medical ________ lfi.85 Fareway, Supplies ____________ 3.60 Council Oak, Food ___________ 5'3.00 Hoods Super Valu, Food ____ 20.00 Brown's Grocery, Food ______ 15.00 Cowing Food Mart. Food ____ 50.00 Brachs Super Valu, Food _____ 15.9", Studer's Grocery, Food ______ 36.00 Sacquety Funeral Home, Burial __________________________ 55.00 State of Iowa. Aid to Dependent Children _________________ 1,575.17 State of Iowa. Aid to Blind Fund ------------------- ..... 341.02 Surge, Supplies ________________ 27.80 Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies 9.00 Martin Oil Co., Fuel _________ 35.35 Bancroft Oil Co., Fuel ______ 55.25 Standard Oil Co., Fuel ______ 4.02 Standard Oil Co., Fuel _______ 37.00 Minerva Curtis, Care & Keep 112.00 Johnson Nursing Home, Care & Keep •__ ..... _______________ 138.34 S. U. I. Soe. Scrv. Unit, Care & Keep ....... _________________ 104.84 Boys & Girls Home, Care & Keep ______ ..... _.. ..... ....... 75.00 Home of The Good Shepherd, Care & Keep . ________________ 65.00 Lutli. Home Finding Soc., Care & Keep __________ ........... .. 65.00 Good Samaritan Home. Care &• Keep _____ ..... _ ..... . ..... _ ,100.00 Stn*o of Iowa, Emergency Relief _____________________________ 19.51 S'ate of luun. Aid to Disabled 34.69 Whiltemore Hatchery. Chicks 15K.OO S. & L. Store. Clothing ____ OJI.G2 Algona Lockers. Rent _______ 12. On Dick Heliners, Labor ________ 15.00 Honsbrueh Drug. Medicine . . 97.41 Certified Klec. Corp.. Supnlies 13.13 N. W. Bell Tel. Co.. Tel. Serv. 22.10 Waller Vaudt. Seed .......... .. 75.80 Lamont Wellendort, Shelling 10.00 Algona Locker Plant, Butchering ________ ..... _______ _______ 112.50 Consl. Coop. Creameries, Dairy Products ..... __________________ 190.13 226 .25 6880 17.00 Rohin*on Prodiffp, FTOd 55.05 Alvin Baumgard. Plow Lays .. 10.00 Hegaity Plumbing. Repairs .. 29.22 Rusk Drue, Medicine . 4.00 Rusk Orug. Medicine ...... <l 10 l)r. Shey.fc Gotten. Vet Fees 79.50 Thiionlc Ph;»rtn;«cy. Medicine 18.00 J Unbarton Coop. Elevator. Feed 231 Ofi COURT FUND Pa.vroll Fund. Court Paj roll 1.Oil" 35 Upper Drs Moines Puli. Co., Supplies ..... n.25 C. H. Osluinkle. .1 P. Fees _ 22.00 Delia Welter, J. P".'Fees .- 4.00 C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. Fees 400 Wayne Lynch. Witness Fees .. 3.53 Hill Hansen. Witness Fees 372 STATE INSTITUTION FUND FU-kher & McLennan. Collection Fees 100.00 Joseph M. Rooney, Exam. Ph.vs. "... 7.5o .1. IJ. Lowe. Attorney .."..- 7.50 Kldon J. Winkel. Attorney 1000 Ralph W. Lhidhoist. Meals, Mileage. Assistance : Mrs. F.fhv. Rich. Witness Fees 3.11 ! Mis. Clement McEvoy, Witness I- Fees " . . 3.1 i | H. J. Fishman. Exam. Phys. 7.00 J. F. Lmighlin.' Attorney _!__ 7.60 J. R. Miller. Attorney 750 LIBRARY FUND United Ttiy Book Publishers. Books 91.44 Maplewond Rooks, Books 5730 SOLDIER RELIEF FUND Droessler's Market, Food 24.00 R. M. Harrison Co., Supplies 5^50 Fort Dodge Y.M.C.A., Rent .. 8.50 Holy Family Hosp., Medical 594 55 Iowa Pub. Serv. Co., Elcc. Serv. 1565 Broadlawns Hosp.. Medical " 1900 John M. Schutter. M.D.. Medical r . 150 St. Ann Hosp., Medical 72.78 LuVerne Pharmacy, Medical __ 12.38 Bill's Jack Sprat Store, Food 13700 D. L. Bray. M.D., Medical 1B.5U Good Samaritan Home. Care & KeeP 13.20 Honsbrueh Drug. Medical 3310 D. E. Duhn. M.D.. Medical . 9375 COUNTY FUND North Central Pub. Scrv. Co., Gas' ___ _ 4013 Alg. Mun. Util., Utilities 1979 Algona Mun. Util., Utilities .. 189.16 Payroll Fund, County Payroll 6.311.74 Kossuth Co. Treas.. .Bounties & Freight 41547 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Board & Lodging of Prisoners 5860 Donald M. Wood. Mileage 6073 Ralph W. Lindhorst. Meals, Mileage, & Assistance 176.91 Orville Wellnnd, Lribor 308,52 C. E. ZaiiER, Labof 346.63 Eil Blum-hard, Labor llaiold E. Hlanchnrd, Labor J. \V Burnett, Labor Ho\«aid O. h,sser, Labor Alvm l.uing, Labui jjon H.muinfier, Labor Arnold llaln/.mgev. Labor . ... Cienrxe W. t\oi Klr-r. Labor . . A. J. Kollasen. Labor /\a'on r\.uum'.s, ijaoor ... Ralph Maikl.i. Labor Gany McDonald, Labor . _ . Roelf Miller, Labor E. C. Ohm. Labor John Selufolor. Jr.. Labor Cliarles • Thompson, Labor J.-imes Walker, Labor Henry X.ueifel. Labor M. c. Christiansen, Labor & Mileaue . Henry Klbert, I-abor Mnurice Eischen, Labor Donald Fnderes. Labor 31 16 George Gade. Labor Labor & 268.66 21)890 274.06 in 1.21 i.o<t,31 3141M 2-M.Wi iisia.la 314.94 'cM.AI 283.16 45.01 200.87 268.66 286.54 270.02 305.98 287.90 187.93 45.10 51.55 44.18 .43.47 11.04 57.40 _ ...... . ..... Labor & & & Municipal Supplies, supplies Joyce Hayden. Mileage United Variety Stores Inc~~~ Supplies _ ....... _____ Ciilligan Soft Water Serv", Soft Water ... ..... ____ ....... ____ Hoods Super Valu, Supplies Davis Paint Store, Supplies ._ Dr. R. F. Snyder, Coroner's Fees ________________________ Harry Sabin, Trustee _____ "" A. L. Smith, Trustee ________ Jerome Eisenbarth, Trustee John P. Simon, Clerk ________ Elmer Kubly. Trustee __ Earl Chambers, Trustee Edward Hof. Trustee Lawrence O. Miller, Clerk ~". Vic Struecker, Trustee Call Neilsen. Trustee Vcrl Smith. Trustee __________ Willard Thompson, Clerk Hutzell's. Supplies ____________ _ 4^00 Koch Bros.. Supplies _________ 4.12 Matt Parrott & Sons Co.. Supplies --------- ..... ______ 1,930.24 North Central Pub. Serv. Co., Gas ------------------------- 104.57 6.00 6.22 27.84 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 Mel 15, (illl'llll. Milcaee Albert Cianzow, Mileage John A Larson.. Labor & Mileage 337.91 Marvin Lallier, Labor & Mileage John tiler Jr.. Labor Lloyd Sehallcr, Labor .. Anton Sorensen, Labor Mileage L. A Hackbarth, Labor Mileage Noble L. Crouch, Labor Clarence Hentges, Labor Ferdinand Mayer, Labor . BANG'S DISEASE FUND L. Fritz, Inspection _. H. Hesse, Inspection ... J. Capesius, Inspection Dr. J. A. Sanftner, Inspection Dr. J. F. Johns. Jr., Inspection Dr. A. W. R. Lichter, Inspection J. A. Sanftner, Inspection D. J. Shey, Inspection A. J. Gotten, Inspection ._ H. P. Shoeman, Inspection Johanson, Inspection T. B. FUND D.- L. Fritz. Inspection __ R. L. Larson, Inspection .. Dr. R. J. Dundas, Inspection .. Dr. P. E. Gorham, Inspection N. H. Hesse, Inspection .Leo N. Slife. Inspection ._ E. .T. Capesius, Inspection Gellenfeldt, Inspection Hill, Inspection Sanftner, Inspection Dr. J. F. Johns. Jr., Inspection Dr. J. A. Sanftner, Inspection Sanftner, Inspection Abbas, Indemnity .. DRAINAGE FUND P. Giddings, Dr. 133 .. $ P. Giddings, Dr. E.K. 2 . P. Giddings, Dr. Tri 84 .. Kelly & Fristedt, Johnson's Mens tVcar, Boots .. Everds Brothers, Patching St Crackfllllng ------- ..... ... ..... ... Kent Motor Co., Parts ...... Huisirun's C.tles Service, Re- 15.9S 3,162.00 73.73 19.74 43 !)5 lB.4»i Kl.i',0 22.00 - .......... ...... D-X Simmy Oil Co. Fuel . Kossuth Motor Co., Parts ..... ^ailen Hardware, S.ipphfcs . Cook's Welders Supply, Sup- Pl.t-s . ------- ..... . __________ Thompson Dist. Co,, Parts C. Glenn Walker Co., Inc., Labor ........... ----- ....... .. ........ 3G3.75 Adam Heiderscheidt, Repairs . 8.00 Weyerhaeuser Co., Supplies . 908 N. W. Bell Telephone Co.. Telephone Service ..... . .. 4350 Algona Mun. Utilities, Utilities ...... ------- . ......... ____ 25.40 Town of West Bend, Electric Service .. ______ ... . .... ________ 1.25 C. At N. W. Ry. Co.. Freight .. 880.20 Weyerhaeuser Co., Parts . . . 10.44 Certified Electric Corp.. Sup- Dr. (Jr. Dr. Dr. Di'. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. C. K. A. . A. H. 202.54 396.48 35.09 OBI 9.81 288.39 328.85 284.45 278. 1'J 275.35 25.50 3.00 4.00 10.50 11.00 49.00 110.50 53.00 61.50 2.00 6.00 6.00 20.00 9.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 7.50 18.50 11.00 38.00 20.60 16.20 14.60 50.00 81.85 9.27 818 31.00 9.00 73.00 Spencer Grocer Co., Supplies The Churchill Co. Inc., Supplies ________________________ Hillyard Sales Co., Supplies N. W. Bell Tel. Co.. Tel. Serv. Matt Parrott & Sons Co.. Supplies ________________ ...... __ Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies ________________________ Hutzell's, Supplies _________ III Koch Bros., Supplies ________ Hutzell's, Supplies ____________ Jenkins-Fergemann Co., Supplies ________________________ Keystone Envelope C4|., Sup-" plies ________________________ H. Newel, Bond ______ Insurance Agency, Charles Algona Bond Algona plies Charles pense Charles Dr. J Peter 1-1.40 Win Wm „.<.<. .Wm. l.BO I Shumway I Dr. 51 . . 17.50 Andrew Elbert, Dr. P.A.K. 1 ._ 25.75 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. Ill -.. 5.00 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 4 . 17.50 Graettinger Block & Tile Co., Dr. 9 40.00 Andrew Elbert, Dr. 79 8.00 Bronson Building Serv. Inc., Dr. 9 . 164.22 Concrete Products Corp., Dr. 9 '11.08 George Wlchtendahl, Dr. 9 106.97 Secondary Road Fund, Dr. 3-46 3.55 Secondary Road Fund, Dr. 3-46 37.34 Secondary Road Fund. Dr. 1451-61 34.72 SECONDARY ROAD FUND North Central Public Service Co., Gas 90.67 C. & N. W. Ry. Co., Freight ... 1,202.17 7.0J Concrete Products Corp., Pipe 9 056.00 Wheeler Lumber Co., 'Lumber 3',837.8?. 7.01 w. A. Marty, RIght-of-Way ... 194.00 39.62 Quick Supply Co., Supplies ... 346.25 281.92 Max Stratton, Clay 50.00 .Midwest Metal Culvert Inc.. 146.64 Pipes 4,908.92 opierud Lubricants. Inc., Fil- 58.13 ters 32.49 4.27 Central Iowa Telephone Co., 69.33 Telephone Service .. . "1.58 .45 Sieg-Fort Dorine Co., Supplies . 239.48 u Dukehart-Hughes Tractor & g;jjn Equip. Co., Supplies 69.16 -* Algona Implement Co., Parts - 64.32 Koch Bros., Supplies _ 397 Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper BUfcGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILINQ COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE — The board of supervisors of Ko'.Mith" Countv, low,i, will meet Aug. 8, ICftO, at 10 A.M., ,it Kossuth County Courthouse. T,i*payt»ri will be heard for 3r .«gair«t the following ostinr.Jto of expenditures foi tlic (.seal ye.ir beginning January 1, 1^61. Marc Moore, County Auditor 1 Flour & Feed,' Sup- Plathe, Meeting Ex- 13.95 33.75 4.00 35.50 5.00 Dick Helmers, Repairing Tile M. & J. R. Hakes. Supplies .. Vincent F. Esser. Haircuts ... John N. Kenefick, M.D., Medical 4.00 Cullen Hdwe.. Supplies 6.70 Honsbrueh Drug, Medical ... 206.92 Thermogas Co. of Algona. Fuel 113.50 Cullisan Solt Water Serv.. Soft Water 2» 00 J. C. Penney Co.. Clothing .. 85.74 Hoods Super Valu, Food 48.06 H. Newel, Meeting Expense 5.00 Jens M. Sorensen. Meeting Expense 5.00 A. M. Kollasch. Meeting Expense 5.00 Advance 'Pub. Co., Board Proceedings ... 118.26 Bancroft Register. Board Proceedings 118.26 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Board Proceedings 118.46 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Notices 11.34 Advance Pub. Co., Notices .. 10.08 Advance Pub. Co., Notices ... 14.66 Titonka Topic, Notices 7.20 Advance Pub. Co., Supplies ._ 13.10 Koss. Co. Bd. of Education, Supplies ... 3.00 Advance Pub. Co.. Supplies .. 14.70 Gordon L. Winkel. Expenses .. 171.76 PAYROLL FUND John Eller Jr., Labor 78.54 Raymond H. Wlsnom, Jr.. Court Reporter 141.98 Joan Mueller, Assists Sheriff . 96.58 Ervin E. Harwood, Labor 142.12 Ida Harwood. Labor 142.12 Mrs. Herbert Pederson, Labor 123.25 Ella Dau Peril, Labor 91.50 L. C. Rovn. Probation Deputy 132.68 Jo'^n H. Rode. Meeting & Mileage 48043 Charles H. Newel. Meetings & Mileage 448.51 Jens M. Sorensen, Meetings & Mileage . 347.34 Charles Plathe. Meetings & Mileage 414.50 A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & Mileage 451.51 Edward G. Looft, Weed Commissioner 84.64 R. A. Harvey, Weed Commissioner 84.'J3 T. J. Fisher, Weed Commissioner 80.36 Folkert H. Stecker, Weed Commissioner 135.3? H. M. Smith, Engineer 624^20 John Fraser. Assists Engineer 445.45 Hazel Anliker, Assists Engineer 202.15 John Elbert. Rodman 236.50 James Hoffman. Rodman 133.22 Rr.vmond B,iad< . Labor 265.01 Dick Baade. Labor 27866 Lvle Geo. Baas, Labor 67.53 Clifford Blanchard, Labor 160.49 E. M. Downs, Labor 289.22 Clifford Holmes, Labor 280.66 Dale Heliners, Labor 265.01 Ben G. Metzger. i Labor 30086 He-bert C. Nellis, Labor 304.55 Urban Neuroth, Labor 292.24 Edward Ricke, Labor 301.03 George C. Studer. Labor 284.45 James Willis Sehultz, Labor .. 294.45 Lem Stoekwell. Labor 300.01 George Weringa, Labor 28929 Erich Willrett, Labor 287.90 Cyril J. Wagner, Labor 294.52 Barclay Co., SuopKes . 178 5f: Brinks Tune-up Repair, Repairs U5.70 Standard Oil Co., Fuel 7 92 Bronson Builiding Serv., Culvert 34.60 Lone Rock Coop. Telephone Co., Telenhone Service _. 9.75 Asphalt Products Co., Supplies 136.78 Andrew Elbert, Labor 10.00 Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies 25 99 Miller Lumber Co.. Supplies .. 9905 Arnold Motor Co., Parts 30.41 Davis Paint, Supplies _ 98 West Lowa Ttelephone Co., Telephone Service 7.02 Cohn Bros., Inc., Supplies ...I 134^57 Cullen Hardware, Supplies 6.50 towa State Industries, Signs 465.10 Luther Fairbanks, Jrs., Supplies 45.00 Roger L. Whipple, Supplies ._. 27.50 Wm. P. Giddinfis, Labor _ 83.00 Arnold Hainzineer. Parts 14 04 Iowa Electric Light & Power Co.. Electric Service ... . 051 Peterson Chevrolet Co., Parts . 17^48 Opsal's D-X Service, Repairs _ 3.in ------- .......... ____________ Elbert Chevrolet, Parts ______ . Western Auto, Parts ... . . Iowa Electric Light ,t Power Co., Electric Service ........ . 50.01) Iowa Public Service Co., Electric Service. .. .......... . . 5.00 Hilton's Super Service, Repairs 4^00 Algona Insurance Agency, Insurance .._ ...... ...... ..... 5077 Parker Lumber Co., Supplies .. 1,990.08 Kossuth Co. Treasurer. Freight 12.33 Mason City Blue Print, Sup- Plies ...... ---------- ..... _____ 255.42 Donald Jacobs, Gravel ________ 103.00 James H. Merryman, Labor, Management. Equfpment .. 345.60 Frank Flaig, Repairs ... ....... 14.84 Rock Island Lbr. Co., Freight . 20.26 Lyman Oil Co., Fuel __________ 132.30 Fort Dodge Machine & Supply Co.. Parts ._ ..... _____ ....... 29.63 Central Iowa Telephone Co., Telephone Service ___ 7 55 Kossuth Co. Treasurer, Freight 4.90 Rohltn Repair, Repairs _______ 6.35 Standard Oil Co., Fuel ________ 25.40 Fergic's Super Service, Repairs ---------- ...... ----------- 10.39 Taylor Implement Co., Parts 35 21 Standard Oil Co., Fuel ...... 250 Grecnberg Auto Supply. Parts 123.18 Northern Lumber Co., Supplies 34.72 Swaney Oil & Equip. Co., Parts . ...... _ ..... _ ..... ______ 242.24 Paper Calmenson & Co., Parts 736 76 Armco Drainage & Metal Products Inc., Parts _-_ 51363 W. C. Brown Supply Co., Supplies --------- .................. 416,17 Gibbs Cook Equip. Co., Parts 58079 Ready Mix Concrete & Lumber, Supplies _______________ 1,431.42 Herman M. Brown Co., Parts . 161.82 Standard Oil Co., Diesel Fuel 2,236 49 Mid-West Service Co., Fuel . 269 55 Standard Oil Co., Fuel ... ..... 117.06 On motion adjournment was taken until June 29, 1960, at 2:00 p.m. A. M. KOLLASCH, Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: MARC MOORE, Kossuth County Auditor. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Regulpr June Session 1960 FOURTEENTH DAY JUNE 29, I960 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, and John Rode, Jens Sorensen, Charles Newel and Charles Plathe. Absent: None. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Jens Sorensen that contract for gravel be awarded to Elmer Dole Co , Irvingtcn. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by John Rode that stabilized base contract be awarded to Everds Bros., Algona. Iowa. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded bv Charles Newel that Julv 15, 1960 at 10:00 A. M. be set .for the Gas Lettine and that July 27. I960 at 2'00 P. M. be set for the Bridge Letting. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mot'on carried Motion bv Charles Newel and seconded by John Rode that Paul Mulligan be transferred from the Stafp Hospital at Cherokee to the County Home Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until July 1, I960. ^ A. M. KOLLASCH, Chairman Board of Sunervisors ATTEST: MARC MOORE, Kossuth County Auditor. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Special June Session 1960 THIRTEENTH (A) DAY JUNE 14, 1960 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, and John Rode, Jens Soren=en, Charles Newel and Charles Plathe. Absent- None. It was motioned that the Board of Supervisors as an exofflcio Board of County canvassers proceed to open the primary election poll books and canvass the returns from each voting precinct of the Countv as shown by the poll hooks returned from the several election precincts and the following is a statement of 'the names of the candidates nominated in the Primary Election of the Countv and sub-divisions thereof, and a statement of the title of the officer for which they were nominated and a statement ol the officers for which no nominations were made at the Primary. Election held on the 6th day of June 1960 FUNDS 0 o. 0) u 03 ~" t CO in S-2 Expenditures For Ycfar ' g 2 L. T] 0) £ m o > i. -= S 5 H5 _ IS u3 _j fl; ID 1% 1 a ii * 1 S E — % d => J5 •g ' « 15 £ c —? -— iq t; m UJ •o to o 8 r 'Q TJ X <i) n 2£ 702 10,000 10,000 30,705 • 30,135 120,492 120,492 4,441 4,441 General 104,011 180,553 171,72ff "225,000 65,000 15,000 Court Expense .. 4,245 13,993 17,138 20,000 2,000 Poor ... 63,949 125,7U 112,129 150,000 48.000 State Institution 35,793 83,271 89.586 140,793 35,793 5,000 County Mental Health 17,118 12,445 10,195 22,000 17,000 County School .. 4,969 17,965 12,551 5,000 5,000 Soldiers' Relief __ 5,278 7,463 9,769 23,000 5,000 Bovine Tuberculosis 10,035 23,473 County Fair & 4-H Club 435 - 7,701 7,501 7,500 Court House Bonds 4 Int. 120,492 Emergeniy 4,441 Old Age Sur. Ins. (Fed) 19,994 6,368 7,904 9,000 3,000 Pub. Emps. ji.il Ret. (State) 3,044 10,300 10,455 11,000 Bangs Eradication 12,231 3,863 10,426 15,000 5,000 Wctd Erad. Twp. only 9,193 Secondary Road (309.7) ... 185,744 1,257)755 1,191,567 1,206,000 Rcl. Clearing '(317.19) 3/4 mill Twp. only _ 12,093 17,950 19,439 25,000 10,000 15,000 TOTALS ...".I'.I 613,065 1,799,519 1,701,225 1,994,226 400,726 556,000 1,037,500 Estimated taxes per $1,000 of assessed value Cities $8.50 Valuation $66,700,000 Rural $19.90 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 21, 1960. 145,000 18,000 102,000 100,000 5,000 18,000 7,500 6,000 11,000 10,000 70,000 536,000 600,000 Republican County Auditor M-irc Mnorp County Treasurer £,„£; Clerk of the District Court None County Recorder ._ Milton County Sheriff ""I None County Attorney —I".I"james Democrat Glee H. Bullock Rosella Voigt Alma Pearson Clara Walker Ralph Lindhorst Supervisor District No. 3 John H Rode Supervisor District No. 4 v None Supervisor District No. 5 "None JUSTICES vH?" a Della w e»cr i.agle None Greenwood """""None Ledyard-Ledyard ".'."'.'.'.'.".Fred Dutton CONSTABLES A j ?ona Ernst G. Thiel n.Y;? Floyd Newville Hurt w H Steward TOWNSHIP CLKKKS Buffalo E p Hanscn Burt -None Cresco _ ....John P. Simon tagle .. _ _ -None Fenton .."."."'.".'^one Garfield -None German __ None Grant " None Greenwood _ _ __ None Harrison ..-"II"" Martin Dahl Hebron V Vm. Oldenburg Irvington Richard C. Mawdslev .L,eciyaru — ..None Lincoln . IIIII.'Stephen R. Tjaden LoUs Creek N one Lu Verne None Plum Creek IIIIIII.E. Lorraine Campney Lloyd H. Bartlett None _. ,- . None Riverdale None Seneca III.IIIIII"!chris Dahl Sherman None Springfield ..I None Swea None w^Sy-:::::::::::::;::::::::::::i. :: _{JSS; elh8triiyer Whittemore None None Ben Siehlmann None A. M. Kollasch C. H. Ostwinkle William Holm Nick Nemmcrs None None None None None None Arne Ostergaard Otto J. Borchardt Clair Reding None None Andrew A. Fangman None None None None None None None None None Dan E. Froehlieh None Anton Becker Willard Thompson Carl E. Swanson None None None None • None 1060 I'ltlMAKY ICUCCTION NOMINATIONS Precinct BUFFALO BUKT Trustee Trustee 1961 Term 1962 Term Clarence Schutjer None None gone ...None .... .........""""."Ralph - Jerome Eiscnbcirtli .., None DEMOCRATS Trustee Trustee FENTON _. .G GARFIELD GERMAN GRANT B. Johnson ~,c T ---------- -------...... - ...... T» «i ----- --.-.. ---- .____ — , Hurlburt ....... l G. Hubcr Walter Magnuson Appelt LINCOLN ....... ... . None .................. ------LOTTS CHEEK .. ..... .....I..None IIIHIIII .......... " --------- None - ....... """" SENECA Verl Smith". 11" SHERMAN .. None SPRINGFIELD. None SWEA — :.:::::None v:: H, I £l ( ? N .,: r ..Fred W. Pftnnb Wi.bLl.1i Ralph Tjaden WHITTEMOHE r .- T ... ,,Nojle.......„',.!. •• 3 j^: • : l ^;4' ; 'U^l >' 'i! U *• j iU' 1 '-' •! M *t-i-r. Mancil — None . Herman Harms „ None N on e 'kaar _ N one --— Andrew A. Fangman L Krumm None pudding -..None F. Weber Francis H. Froelich Powerc None Wmgert —.Alfred Mclz C. W. Elbert Ronald Gardner T "cWf" Benschoier".'.'."'"'.'.'.".'."Julius Baas None_„„_-....„ .None „.... ...,.....„ o olla k, RingsUorf None None John Origer Victor Struecker None „ Oryjlle Brandt .. Charles W. Osborn -.None None _• ; None .. __ —-None - None J. Kollasch Lawrence Hantleman None None Bjustrom None .:::;:::ii:;::::::::::::::::. Everyone has private phone Calls to make now and then; handy phones in bedroom or den make it easy to phone without being overheard. You'll like the step-saving convenience, too. Call the Northwestern Bell business office and order your sleek new extension telephones! P.S. Be sure to ask about the new Princesi phone. It's little! It's lovely! It lights! Gems From Diamond s Lead, Zinc, and Tilaniam WHITF EXTERIOR PAINT 3 99 Gallon fieg. $5.50 Value 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $18.88 Leader AH-Purpose WHITE PAINT 39 Gallon Perfect for fences, out buildings, or primer coat. 5 GALLON LOTS $11.88 SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT Truly a beautiful paint to work with &ad see. Dries in minutes. Sfi.QQ 99 Gallon SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 4 49 Gallon GALLON PAIL ONLY $19.50 ^^•IMB < ' •: .•';•!.-: Blake Funeral Homes Homes At LuVERNE - WESLEY RENWICK , . TITQNKA AMBULANCE SERV! r * ' Oxygen Equipped -:- fladio Controlled M i : • j;> • - .••

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