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4-Atsona (Jo.) Upper De* Moinw THumJay, Jdft. IS, 1959 -M. Statehouse News Digest (Weekly news release of the Iowa Press Association. The malerial contained herein docs not necessarily con* form to the editorial policy of this newspaper.) PLOCK RESIGNS Richard H. Flock, Republican from Burlington, has resigned from the state board of regents. Rock, who has been on the board since 1937, resigned to devote more time to his law practice. Governor Herschcl C. Loveless said he accepted the resignation with regrets and that Plock had been an excellent member of the boar*d. * * » ' VOTE CONTEST A contest court which will decide who should hold seats On the state supreme court will open its trial Jan. 26 ihtlie office of the secretary of state. Frank Messer, Democrat from Iowa City, is contesting the re-election of chief Justice T,-G. Garfield, Ames and Justice Ralph Oliver, Sioux City, both Republicans. The official canvass gave Garfield 894,20? votes, T. Eugene Thornton, Waterloo, Democrat, 393.943; Oliver, 390,999; Messer, 390,885; P. J. Siegers, Newton, Democrat, 387,158; ancl Wenner- strum, 385,263. District judges Eugene Kean, Dubuque;'Verrion Johnson, Sidney;'and Maurice Rawlings, Sioux City, were named by Governor Herschcl Loveless to sit on the contest board. <• * , * COMMERCE COMMISSION For the first time in 20 years the Democrats have control of the state commerce commission. They gained control of the commission when Harold E. Hughes, Ida Grove and Bernard Martin, DCS Moines, both Democrats, were sworn into office early this year. There have beer, a number of personnel changes within the commission since the Democrats took over. > • • . •« IOWA POPULATION Which Iowa city has the second largest population? That question will be settled in the 1960 federal census. Right now there are four cities in contention for' that honor — Sioux City, Cedfer Rapids, Davenport and Waterloo. In, 1950 Sioux City was an easy winner/with "a population of 83,991. However latest figures by the bureau , of; vital statistics of the state department of health show that Cedar Rapids has gotten the jump on Sioux City andl;hat Davenport and Waterloo, in that order, are close behind. The bureau estimates that on July 1 Cedar Rapids had a population of'86,181, Sioux City 85,- F55; Davenport, 84,448 and Waterloo, 82,010, Des Moines is the largest city in the state. i ' • . f * » * TAX COLLECTIONS | State Treasurer M. L. Abrahamson has issued a report showing that Iowa's 12 special taxes and liquor profits resulted in collections of $250,963,483 in 1958 or $1,022.549 less than was collected in 1957. ' *""'/, Sales tax revenue last year was of $8,500,00 as compared with 1957 revenue from that source. The major,,reason, of course, is that Gov. Herschel Loveless vetoed the tax bill which reduced the 2% percent s.ales and use tax rate to 2 p w er cent. Gasoline tax collections increased more than 5 million dollars 'in 1958 as compared with the previous year and motor vehicle- registration fees were up $1,500,00 over 1957. * * * LIQUOR STORE Governor Herschel Loveless has advised the state liquor commission not to .locate a state liquor store on Highway 30 between Toledo and Tama. Several weeks ago the commission decided to eliminate liquor stores located in down- x town Toledo ano) Tama and agreed to locate one store on the highway to serve both towns. The governor said he is dubious about placing any liquor store on the highway. Loveless said he does not like the idea of connecting liquor a c nd-highway travel. „»;•„!» < , » ; TAX FORMS'; The mailing.'of state and federal income tax forms to £om> . Ten raidvw&si colleges, including three Iowa schools, win shar* in a half-million dollar gfant by the Ford Foundation. The grjnt Is to cover the basic operating costs for five years of an organization known as the Associated Colleges of the Midwest. It is comprised of the 10 colleges, which include Coe, Cornell and Grinnel. Studies that rnay be financed by the grant include such topics as effects of various class size, faculty salaries, scholarships, student loans, effect of indepedent study by students and many other topics. Sf.JoeC.D.A. Plans A Guest Night, Jan. 19 Si. Joe r*- Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Joseph, held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening, Jan. 14. at 7:30 6'clock with Mary Jane Origer, Grand Regent presiding. Following the business meeting and religious program, lunch and social hour was held with the following in charge: Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Mrs Connie Kohlhaas, Mrs Francis Erpelding, Mrs NicK Bormann, Mrs .Martin Friders. Mrs Relnald Salt;, Mrs John Geisch- ecker, Mrs Henry Thilges and Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas. The Catholic Daughters -will have their annual guest night on Monday, Jan. 18, with a 6 o'clock pot-luck dinner in St. Joseph's School , Hall. Committee in charge" Of arrangements will be Mrs David Bernhard, Mrs Ed McGuire, Mrs Alvin Berte, Agnes Berte, Mrs Harold Reding, Florence Altman, Mrs John Capcsiusj Mr,'* John Geischecker, Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas and Margaret Reidmiller. Engaged To Wed Announcement of the approaching marriage of Theresa Berte','. daughter of Mr and Mrs Alphorige Berte of St. Joseph's Parish here and- Harold Becker, son of Mrs Justine Becker and the late Math Becker of St. Joseph's Parish ol Wesley on Jan. 21 here -in St Joseph's Church. ' * ';.Miss Theresa Bprfe;was honor-, •ed- afa pre-nuptial 'miscellaneous shower in St. Joseph's '-Hall on Sunday afternoon, Jan. I'l, with relatives and friends' attending the courtesy. Miss Berte will be married t& Harold Becker -on Jan. 21 ,in St. Joseph's church hev.e, •„,„„ _ *" ' "•' Mr and Mrs Norbert Frideres and family have moved to Livermore where they have purchased the Seger Lockers. The Friders' family lived here on the John Friders Estate farm which-wa'a sold to the Nicholas Weyderts of here. ' ' Math Kirsch and Math Zeimet have gont 4o Wascelo, Tejc,.,where they will spend a vacation . On their way they visited the Adolp.h Fuhrmann's at Lindsay, Tex., arid the Henry, Fuh'rmann's at Munster, Texas. , Mr and Mrs Sylvester- Wagner, Eileen arid Thomas and Mrs Adeline Wagner, Virgil and San-' dra returned home Saturday afternoon from -a visit with the Adolph Fuhrrnann's at'Lindsay' Texas, and the Henry Fuhrmarin's at Munster, Texas, On New Year's Mr and Mrs Ed Mosser and family' from Bokchlto, Okla. were also guests in the -Adolph Fuhr- maniv home, Mrs Mosser, the former Martha Th'ilges, daughter of'Mr and Mrs Will Thilges of Algona,'' formerly of here, is well- known here. Mr Mosser is a stepbrother of Mike Hof ef of here and a brother of Mrs Charles Thilges of Livermore. v Delores Elizabeth Gales, Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs E. M. Gales, was baptized by Rev. William B. Devine in St. Joseph's Church with Mrs John Capesius and Harold Bormann as sponsors. Mr and Mrs George Wagner observed their thirtieth wedding anniversary on Thursday, Jan. 8 with- their > children as hosts to a 6:30 dinner « at the Johnson House in Algona. Mr and Mrs WOMEN; Algontt ___,_,. _..„,_,, juror'* Weals .:__£.«._. „.__* Upper D*s Moir.w Put). Co,, Sl&Sitift • ,i__. ,__. _-.J_!^a__;_-.--Vi!ta(ffiii-\ S ^ ] C. C P-twfnl-tt. 3., RJF 3 * ' *' Ralph W. LindhCfflt. jwfe-,. C. H. p«twi«ki6/-f.'p. fee Albert B6*fc«lm~rt, police $_%._> ; C. H. OSrtwInklc, J. P. fee. __.. C. H. Ostwtnkl- 3, P, fee _„.» ei'llii'i c! M! OttwinitJ-M/, Donald I* Woeff ft. Raljrft W. Mndh'br*t, r ' -fortili- tt» _, ? C. HLOttWifik.-', C. IT. a*twfnkl,» _._._,_ ,_, Clerk 0* Court, edurt '&oiitr«_--...'i Delta Wdt_r, J. ,-*.«* <ZLiJ%W Perry Knight; wittteiien feet ,_.' Orvuje Miller, witnesses ftHMr**-.* Dennis Bittner, witnesses .ee. J-ohrt^Lambertui,.witnesses f..i, MX *%kt wltnes.** fm ______ feernard Hettef; Wltnems fees Herbert C-ilFsfj %lth__*_s fees C. H. Ogtvrtn&fe, J. f, fee FUND ' • Stipply Co,, parts MWfer Cbf. CoZ Oii & "I think I'll take some work home with Hie tonight . . let me see ... nail polish, file, this book 1 must finish,. . *. Mr and Mrs Leo Thilges and family from Colwell, Iowa, formerly from here, spent the weekend here visiting relatives and friends. On Saturday tfrey attended funeral services for Mrs Thilges' grandmother, Mrs Adelict Carrel, 91, of Algona. Whittemore By Art Heidenwith ed, Deadline 'for, filing federal income tax returns is AP"1 15 and > deadline for state "returns in /April 30. ,'- ,< * ?' * -INTERSTATE §YSTEM v The chairman of the state highway comnoissipn, Russell L,undy of Des Moines, hopes that mpre than 150 miles of interstate high- 4 way will be, open a year .from , now'. Ipwa .presently has 66 Tniles otfoyr lane-interstate. •'• — 1 v .'- , - *, * • * • ALIENS MUST REPORT Itppprt Wilson, district director " p| immigration and naturalization , at Qmsh-i, Neb.; -has issued a re- •t-mmdep that a]} aliens,in the Un• ri wd «?tates inu^st; ..inakjs th$i_i <an- iujj address report'<n Jajnuajy, "prois for ipaKmg«the reports'are fY£iiablel<-at«-aU postoffjces "and '«*»»« Wilson's office. «'< , .. I Marvin Dahlhauser, Portland, Oregon, arrived here Wednesday to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr and Mrs P. J. Dahlhauser. On Thursday a Dahlhauser reunion and dinner was held at West Bend. The immediate families of Mrs Anna Dau met in St. Paul's chur- ch'parlors Fri. evening for their annual Christmas party. Those who were present were Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach 'and, family, Mr and Mrs 'Wilbur Itoeber and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and David, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Viqtor Dau and Lee, and Mr and Mrs Duane Dau and iamily, of here. Mr and Mrs Frank Jurgehs and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs William Jurgens of phicago, and Mr and Mrs Victor Jurgens of Cedar Rapids. Gifts were exchanged and lunch was served. Mr and Mrs - Qeorge,,- Gengler had as guests at their home Thursday Mr and Mrs Robert Gengler and family, Mr and Mrs William Ristau and family of Eagle Grove, Mr, and Mrs Frank : Brink and family 'and Mr and Mrs Joseph Wollner and family of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Robert Kir'scBbaum and family of Ayrshire" were Sunday guests at-the home of Mr and Mr •James B. Geelan, Mrs Emma Binnebose of LeMars spent a week here visiting with her sister and brother, Fred and Sophia Helmke. 'Monday Mrs Binnebose, Sophia Helmke and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith visited at the Herman Voigt home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald entertained a number of friends.at their home New Year's eve. Present were, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr., and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann and family,,Mr and Mrs Clarence Ber- Mr and Mrs Ernie'Meyer had as gues'ts New Years day, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons. Mf and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and sons, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz, Debra and Shari, Mr and^ Mrs Schultz and • James Willis, Mrs Ruth Schultz, Kenneth Mergen and Janice Schultz. Mrs Conrad Higgins, who was a patient in University hospital, Iowa City, returned home .Tuesday. Mrs Gerald Grimm, who ,was a patient at Fort Dodge, returned home Wednesday. , LEGAi NOTICE Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Education Fund receipt and 1 ex* ponditures'Tor the period January 1. 1058 to December 31, 1050. RECEIPTS Balance January 1, 1058 '$ 1,789,70 County Extension fund „__ 17,500.00 Total Receipts DISBURSEMENTS: SALARY: County Extension Director $ County Extension Home Economist __ County, Extension Youth Assistant _ Assistant County'Extensio'n" .................. Office Help ______ , _____ _ Federal Social Security — Employer's Share ________ Iowa Public Employees' Retire mcnt System — Employer's Share ---- ' ------------TRAVEL: County Extension Director __ County Extension Home .Economist __________ ;___> _ County Extension Youth „. !. -------------------Assistant County Extension Director ............... ______ Rent, heat, "light, janitor ____ Communications: Postage, telephone, telegraph i ______ Office Supplies ........ Equipment and Repairs ___ Project Activity Expense ____ Insurance, Legal Notice and Bond ________ 2,600.00 1.000.00 1,050.00 1,100.00 3,232.00 , 72.73 . 274.04 1,085.60 834.64'; , 604.39, 486.73"1,500,00, 402.10 396.14 188,59 904.70. 154.02' TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 16,786.58 Balance, December 31, 1958 2,503.18 State of Iowa > f .S3. Kossuth County,) I., Claude Seely, chairman, and I, 1 M. J. Trunkhill, Treasurer of the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension,' Council, being duly sworn on oath, 1 state to the best of our knowledge and belief, that the Items included in the foregoing' Financial Report are a true and correct statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Kossuth .County Agricultural Extension Education Fund. Claude Seely, Chairman „ , „ M"J. Trunkhiil, Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st day of December, 1958 Edith Welter; Notary Public (2) I ••• — -- -"»• • — —•.«»• u*»>«,-V£^4l t VW.A J ___l,tV4. ~ ley and two sons, Franklin and John. Mr and Mrs Alvin Erpelding and family -returned home Fri^ day ftxjm Cyril, ' Oklahoma,- where they visited with Mrs Erpelding's parents and other relatives and friends, v during the holidays. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding were Sunday evening visitors in the Peter Reding home in Al. . Shirley and "John Wagner were in -Des -Moines on Saturday on business. Mr and Mrs Franklin Wagner moved from Algona to Irvington where they farm. Mr and Mrs Harold- liig and son moyed to «?fte Rock,, where they are em? Ployed ,on a farhi, vacating the house -now occupied by the Wagners; • m . D, ARNOLD * = ractor BOARD PROCEEDINGS Nineteenth Day, November 3, 1958 ' mi gular September Session 1958 ine Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Charles Newel, Chairman, and members were: A. M. Kollasch, Charles Plathe, John Rode, and Jens Sorensen. Absent: none / p ftM rt t !, ol V b> 'T Al I _f' Kollasch and seconded by Jens Sorensen that taxes be suspended for the years 1956 and 1957 on Lot 9. Blk 6, Cook's Add to Swea City Inc. except the west 10 feet and lots 10. 11 and 12 of Blk' a of Cooks Add. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. \ *• . Motion by A. M. Kollascli and -se- onded by Jens Sorensen that Kossuth County give Quit Claim Deed for 21.48A of Gravel Pit in the Ett» of 'SWt_ of Section 33-98-26 tq Winnebago County Conservation Board; and. the chairman of the Board be authorized to sifin said Quit Claim Deed. Ayls; all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that settle- 22nJ?« be accepted in the amount of M900 (which was received by sale of Steinman property) from L, A. Winkel tor S}_ of Lots 5.6-7-8 Blk 189 Call's Add to Algona Inc. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Plathe that chairman of the Board of Supervisors be authorized to execute contract of sale of Si_ Lots 5-6-7-8 Blk 189, Call's Add to Algona and sign Quit Claim Deed to L,T A. Winkel fpr the consideration of $4900 M 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'con- firmed, ' ' REFUNDS . Danny Isko. emmepus assessment —..,.. ____________ o 61 State Tax Commission, erroneous assessment _____ ,„__ 57.30 Cassie & Anna Klocko, errpueous assessment ---- .__ 6?,50 State Tax Comroission, - ag. land tax credits ________ SOLDIER'S RELIEF Mrs Wm. Bestenlehner. medical Al|on« Mnniclpal VtUlties, • 213.36 35.08 93.40 87.00 B. R. FUcklnger, med care II™ Mrs Wm, Fjink, refit ——, , & r ' S- /' Egan, medical care __ 2i5o W. E. Ash., medical J50.00 Rusk Drug, medipine , L 58.73 5t. Joseph Mercy Hosp,, St. Ann hosp. 38,65 Droessler's Market, food „,._, 14.99 J<. & H, COOP. Oil Co., fuel 8.00 ROAD CfcBARWQ payroll Fund. - road clearing payroll •_, 624.00 FAIRGHOVNPS L. W. Nitchals; Sec., partial appropriation 2,70000 r r> T. RETIREMENT FUND e -, E ^ R ' s - insurance 5,522.35 Social Security, social security 3,854.61 J. e. E. R. §., insurance 294.41 la. Employment Security Comm,, social security j___ 21091 w w C c 0 V,F YASSESS 0 R FUND l W. W Sullivan, postage 13.00 L, J. Immerfall, expense ,' & mileage ,^ , >_ 162.07 f/yjoll Fund, assessor payroll 1,266.79 Matf Parrott & Sons Co,"/ supplies 28 64 Jenklns-Fergemann Co,, supplies , 70 on Hatfleld Duplicating Co"""" supplies —,_,'__ , T _ 300 upper Des Moines Pub. Co., supplies „„_:_ „ 475 Credit Burea OI-Kossuth Co., supplies __ ,_„,_ 0400 Monroe Calc. Machine Co.. supplies _, _ '* " Frieden Inc., maint. agreernent Hutzell's, supplies • Titonka Topic, subscription Dr. James F. Johns, Inspection Dr. Edmund J. Capesius, inspection , SB.SQ Werner Gade, indemnity «8 61 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Joseph M, Rooney, examining phy, ._,__ • . 750 Loo 3: Cassel, attdrn.y " -'— Qoylord D, Shumway, attorney Polk County, insanity hearing COURT FUND Ralph Bierstedt,'juror's fees Victoria Bormann, juror's fees Henrietta Boekelman, juror's fees _'_.__ 45 90 M. M. Chipman, j«vor,'s fees .. 25^50 Unbert Devine, juror's fees __ LilHe Foth. juror^ fees*!.!"! David Grimes, jurors-fees . Roy Hansen, jurar's fees ._.,__ oo.uu Dorothy Handerson, juroir's fees 58.50 Lucy Hoffman, juror's fees 15.30 Alfred Krueger, juror's fees „ 2640 S°? , L ' ^ U( lwig, lurdr'B fees ._ 25.60 RalnhMqrgan,,juror's fees _, 49.58 Lefie McMullen,"juror's fees „ 36 00 Otto Nemmers, juror's fees 47.60 i-dmond O'Brien, juror's,fees __ 24.80 [ynest Peterson, juror's fees „ 28.40 Lyle Patterson, juror's fees _— 57.40 Blanch Phillips, juror's fees ,_ 3570 k; L - Bittei-.-jurei;'* fee*. 20.40 Christine Reid, Juror's fees 35.70 yaunita Reotz, juror's fees 40.80 Shirley Rlckle^s, juror's fees ,_ 20 40 A. J.Renger,-juror's fees 51.10 Eva Smith, juror's fees _ .__ 20.40 Anne Slagle, juror's fees 5.75 12.67 109.18 Leonard T,,J6bn8oh, dt. 4 ___. Leonard Harmon, dr, 4 _-_ f l^ona^ a Ston_l|, "drrtT-IIIZr &! General GoT-ruttd., «t*^| -V*-': clement 1 '.Cf_**n,/'d- > '. w!w._«!_S*''48 o. D, Haft, drV 80 _.t,U_4----Cii''ra E. J, Seeney, -df. »o"%.--/* r i--'» - 1 '* 5 E. R. Lester, &t. to list ,8Q «,._* General Co. ,Fundi di*. 83 28.41' demerit C^han, 1 dr. 83 . 15.00 Adam Heldef-Cheldt, At. 83 19.50 General County Fund, dr. 88 _. iBt.32 W/ P.,Hamphlll, dr. 90 ._-. 28.60 Walter Frambach, dr. 00 __,__., - 26.04 G. D. Hart, dr. 90 87.21 K, J, Seeney, dr. 90 _-__' 33.60 Walter .Frambaqh, dr. 90 .__.__. 75.12 G. D. Hart,-dr. 90 . _..-,242.02 Fred Belli, dr. 90 ,_ ,— 83.69 W. P. Hemphlll, dr. 90 •_-._' _-• 147.00 Mel B, .Griffin, dr. .90 31.77 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, dr. 90 ... . ' 20.00 Upper Des Moines PUb. Co., dr, 90 -.-—__.—_-__ .-, o^niral County "Fund,-dr. 118 Adatt Held.rt-hedlt, df. ^128 ^ Ciemeht Crahan, dr. 128 .-_..- "22.50 i_r-r8T CoUntv Fund, df. 168 „ 618.67 G. D. Hart, dr. 177 —. 80.00 W. P. HemphLU, tdr.-177 _. ,38.14 Buchanan Abstract Co., dr. 177 ,-64.00 Leonard HnrmOn, dr. H, K. 3-48 372.89 Titonka Topic, dr. H. K. 3-46'__ j 8.75 General Co. Fund, dr. H. K. 3-46 287.74 Secondary Road Fund, df; H. K. 3^48'. .. , ,1.40 General County Fund.^J • • , dn H. K. 5-87 , ; •" 25.30 Shumway,:Kelly & Fristedt, dr. pnk 1 ... , 16.00 General County Fund, dr. pak 1 94.48 Advance Publishing Co., dr. pak 1 _______ _•___— J.75 Leonard Harmon, dr. pak 1 1 '-_ 1,744.66 Floyd Drugg; dr. W. 1C 3-11 __ 10.27 Leslie Olson, dr. W. K. 3-11 .— 1.71 General County Fund, dr. W. K. 35-89 - 162.54 Ernest H. Schmidt, , ':•' dr. W. K. 35-89 ' 2.18 General County Fund, i' -_^\ ' i dr. W. K. 68-136 239.03 SECONDARY ROAD FUND Payroll Fund, secondary'. road payroll •— 14,181.64 Elmer Dole, gravel proj. • no. 503 & maint no. 3 3,713.61 Cities Service Oil Co,, gas ____ 1,280.40 Everds Bros. proj. no. 504 & no. 319 46,8.00.00 Elmer Dole, projTio. 505 & no. 6 ?,356.98 North Central Pub. Serv. • . Co.. gas 4.63 Alg. Mun. Utilities, utilities „__ 7.98 Elmer Dole, final: proj. 502 & no.,1 ._—— 752.78 Elmer Dole. ' ,, ' final: proj. no. 503. 412.61 Elmer'Dole, final: proj, no. 90 & no.,7 — 1,104.19 Everds Bros. final; proj. no. 1138 (4) ._._•_ 9,079.08 Everds Bros. ' final: proj. no. 1837 3,351.03 Everds Bros. . ' r final: proj. no. 75 (2) :.-1,932.68 Everds-Bros. ,, • ! final: proj. no. 329 (2) 1,513.62 Everds Bros. , . final: proj. no. 924 (2) 1,287.72 Everds Bros. ' ^Sfinal: proj.mo. 895 ——— 3,304.04 James H. Merryman, equipment, labor,& management __, 1,765.00 Eugene Dietzgen Co.i supplies 38.81 Arthur CInk,- right-of-way —._ 144.00 Concrete Products Corp.,'.. concrete tile etc. — 1,293.60 Algona Const. Co., clay work -.2,407.44 Algona Const. Co., clay work _. 1,812,92 Corn Belt Power. Coop.,' labor, taxes, materials . 1,435.32 Algona Const. Co.. clay work _. 1,805.86 Gtbbs-Cook Equipment Co., parts & equipment i________- 990.45 Northwest Bell Tele. Co., - ' " ' tele, serv 95.95 Bradley Bros, parts . 91.06 Arnold Motors Supply, parts _- 79.74 Greenbere Auto Supply, parts 715.93 K. & H. Coop. Oil Co., diesel fuel 52.22 K, & H. Coop. Oil Co., dlpsel fuel 32.75 Dukehard-Hughes Tractor & Equip. CO., parts _: —— 1,026.00 Elmore Concrete Products Co., tile 51.12 Lone Rock Coop. Tele. Co., tele. serv. , 30.70 fechultz Bros., oil 1.57 Max Stratton, clay work ______ 150.00 Hilton's Super Serv., _ 'V7«* T^*ft» ff M* •"•» ft ,_e.. |ti*i _~._ j .*--_ irf% ci C£« g&* r ± _. ... Coop. Oil Cp^loel «_ ! Wwt s_¥v; C6 n faef _. ' '" " totA *.__,_-_ le. Co., te!«> ' C0.» •--_ ttippiie. _-.—_—, ugona imp!, Co., patU ^tewon Cfj«f. CO.,, , part* St ttspatt.'.—.4— Fort Dodge l&tchlne & Coo ___j..._j_.___.-,- fh-ihpsoH.Yards, supplies — Perfclyal Mot^H, ' paH8 Wille's CaHv.< Y <. Uph. Sh6b, BoMofo JLUfhbif ,—iii-z-r-.-T Concrete & Lumb-f CS. Re-dy ' MIX, Supplle-.-.i--..--. of We*t bend, Elee. 56.09 44.78 24.45 73.99 lyona v*onsi. v«>u.| **iay *«wi 'est la. T.tti. "Co., 5 T«1*. Service .*—«.i,_,ii*.—-t* Edwin Jackson, Labor •----,--» Coo'k'- Radiator Repafr, Rebalw la. Pub.^S-rv. Ct;., _le_..«-fv. Howard Stoddard, Labor ,_---, Saada Repairs,,Repair* ______ Kohlhaas Hdw-., Supplle- .-i. Hancock Co., Ta*e* _.->_•.i-u-,: Farmers Coop Society, Part* .. Henaman, .Motor Co., Part. . Iverds Br6s., Seal Coat on.Roid Beed Hdwe.; Supplies .-_--- Charlsort Hdwe., Supplies .—_ Guyers .Garrtble Sfftre, Supplies, Standard Oil Co., Fuel ...... Rock Island Lbr.-'Co., Supplies Henry Stacker Jr., Rent Titonka Imp). Co,,. Parts, *— , Arnold Motol- Supply, Parts ._ la. Elec. Light & Pwf. Co., Elec. Serv.., *—. standard Oil Co., Fuel _. Th_> ThomasXo., Subplles .— .Heavy Duty C6;, Supplies __Peterson Radiator,Serv,, .Repairs Terrtes .Garage, Repairs _"_-.'__ Wt E. -Ley* Motor Co., P-rts __ •Rohlin Repair, Repairs —_-Swea Awning 8. Uph., Repairs Lawrence, Doege; Gravel _.•—' • Sieg-Fort- Dodga 'Co., Parts — : Kent-'Motor Co,, Parts & Repairs ___•-'-—_, ,,—- ' Everds Etrds.,' Primer Work ___ Fentbn Coop. Elev. Co., Paint Joe Williams, Labor _-_ J. L. Elsbeeker, Fuel -__' Th<? Sl6ux-Clty Iron'Co., Sup-' plies --_—,-.__— Cooks Welders Supply, Sup-' piles '___-•_ — the Sioux City, Iron, Co., Supplies ..1 ...—. . Everds Bros., Seal Work --— Quinn Radiator Shop, Repairs •_ .Chicago, & N.'.W. Ry. Co;,'Rent • KossUth 'Co. Treasurer, Prepaid Freight Kossuth Oil Co., Gas --_ Goplerud Lubricants Co., OH _ Di S, Milne Co., Supplies Snap-On Tools, Tools Williams Hdwe. Co., Supplies ' W.^C.-Brown Supply Co., Supplies ___, .Hutzells, Supplies (Taylor Imp!.- Co., -Parts ' _____ Elmore Concrete .Products Co., Tile • __-• ' '. ' ' •48 , 5.00 . 24,38 3V.70 5,99 89.67 .34.10 6.13 9,08 1.?4 ! 53.54 ,16.53 43.44 .66.69, 37.12 225,00 15.16 145.84 70.87 • 237.16 6.00 10,40 7,25 17.45 12.00 20.50 313.14 641.08 1,923.16 29.60 620.00 28.48 27.72 12.60 23.16 5,386.78 . 5.00 25.00 16.J1 224.44 281.83 23.50 10.75 . 57.12 , 46.70 .'.70 3.40, 74.00 _U» __»*_*«-.,&,& Br*J»T_.6|Wi>i USftr* '-IttTRoirwT*px&rp-C~ J SUP6H-* -*j.i._ ...*__--.- Kmj-F-WiMrtn Co., Scrp^> ' 'tRM, " /''GENERAL COUNTY FUND • ' E.'H.'Furst,'Budget Work ,50.00 Payroll Fund,, County Payroll _ 2,325.16 Joyce Hayden,.Mileage 73.85 .North Central Pub., Serv. Co., ' Gas' «— '4.17 Algona Mun.' Utilities, Utilities 11.60 Algona. Mgn. Utilities,, Utilities 156.57, North Central Pub. Serv. Co., Gas 1 '— 22.00 W. W. Sullivan, Postage , 65.00 Payroll,.'Fund, (County Payroll 6,598.34 J. R'. DuttoV Postage _. ,15.00 John P. Simon, Clerk Meeting 24.00 Harry Sabln,!,Trustee 32.00 A. L. Smith, Trustee 28,00 -J-ro'me Elsenb'aYth, Trustee' _ . 28.00 FKank Rotterman, Trustee 4.00 Orville' Brandt, Trustee 4.00 Virgil .Loucks, Trustee 4.00 Carleton" L'yoris, , Trustee 4.00 Ralph. W.. Lindhorst, Board & Loage of Prisoners'- 134.00 Donald M. Wood, Mileage _. 49.50 Ralph W.. Lindhorst, Meals, ' • Mileage, & Assistance 150.20 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Meals, Mileaqe, & i Assistance 75.30 l,ono s Studio, SuppHes '__ 2.00 Joyce Hayden, Mileage "_'__,— • .81.82 John M. Schutter, Coroner's Fees '_ 2.80 John M. Schutter,' Coroner's Fees ____.: -13.08 Hutzell s, Supplies. . 6.'45 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Supplies , 8.43 IBM Corp., Supplies. 4.66 Koch Bros., Supplies 9.11 Culligan Soft Water, Soft Water 6.00 R. J, FOnk Plb: & Htg./ Repairs 5.00 Titonka Topic, Ballot Printed ' 40.00 Upper Des' Moines ^ Pub. Co., '•- Proclamation Printed 35.00 Whittemore Champion, Sample Ballot _-__-_•-.______ 40.00 Advance Pub. Co., Twp. Bal- , ' : lots _:___ 107.50 Matt Parrot} & Sons Co., Supplies' -—_--, 2,043.53 North Cent. Pub. Serv; Co., ' -i G_s •_ -__.—'_ 81.86 Don Bocken :Supply Co., Sup- ' plies __-'.__ 14.70 Kohl.haas Hdwe., Supplies . 3.02 Pt*. MIjt.fiar' SUP0II__ SftA_.^_£__ !_yte» Prt»», »-gl>ll6*-.--.-'. f.H^_^ SfCHfei, 5up^fn_)t»i»__)k i pile* _--_----__..--i----F, 1. -0_v«rti»ft & CO.; Sot»- , i, pile* ..*....____.i.-_i-_. Norton Machlrte Works, Repairs Rwdy^Mix Coricref-, Supplies Pr»ft Elec. Co., Supplies __.- Ltiifra Corp. of Arrterlca, Sup- f pile* --.--i---__-_^-_---_. ll,,C;, Nleholt. Reoarrs »..«.. bft'l-h-ltz A Sehultz; BloSd ,, f^if _ K ___ii__._ ____*. Elrher E. Mullfer, Bee, I inspector Jens • M. Sorensen, School of • IrafrueWon Expens. ._'__.-; Charles H. Newel, Sthodl of • instruction Expense.- .j.--.- Clara Walker, School of Instruc- ' tlon Exp-rise "ii..^.,, •Rosalia Vblgt, School of Instruction Expense .__....... C. S. PA.rsoh, Sch06l of Ih' striiction • Expense __.:____ Marc McW?, School Of Insffuc- ' tlon Expense __.i County Auditor, Refund Charles Plathe, School of Ir,, structlon ' Expense .__._.__. A. M. Kollaseh,'School of In• 'ifruttlon Expense .—*— Bafard New., Bonds ._._>.-__ Gordon L. VVInkel, Fire Protet- '.'«6« W6fk --.__._.,. 'AdvaPiee 1 Pub. Co;, Nbtlces ._Upper Des .Moines Pub. Co., > , Notice*.____ Gordon L.' \vlnkel,'Expenses .. K_.ssi.th Co. Trea.., Prepaid .-Bills _...__-__..-_ •''' ' ' ' ' PAYROLL FUND Mel B, Griffin, Gravel Checker Al- GranzoW, 'Gravel Checker John Ac- Larson, .Labor > Nick Behfends, Gravel'.Checkef' Fern V. Miller, Court Re- , porter -_____-'>__._. Joann Me Bride, Assists Sheriff . Ralph Browri,, Steward _• __ Zelba Browh,- Matron ._._.._ Ervin E. /Harwood, 2nd Couple Ida,May Harwood, 2nd Couple BUrnadene Steven. Labor • Ella DaU Pertl, Labor R. K. Beck, Probation Officer Charles Plathe, Meetings ~& Mileage ' j—__—> ____ Jens M.V Sorensen; Meetings & Mileage _—-•__•___._^___ Charles H. Newel, Meetings & . Mileage _'!_-_-_, . j. John Hi Rode, , Meetings & ' Mileage. _____1___^ ^__ A. M.; Kollasch, Meetings &' "Mileage , Clarence E. 'Priebe, Weed Commissioner i H. M, Smith, Engineer Hazel Anliker, Assists Engineer Phil Anderson, Rodman • Richard Turtle, Rodman ____ Jack Fraser, Assists Engineer _' J. W. Burnetts Labor Harold E.* Blanchard, Labor ._ Ed 'Blanchard," Labor Nick Behrendsj. Labor Frank Delm, Labor , Alvin Ewing, Labor Howard O. Esser, Labor Albert Granzow, Labor- & ' .Mileage Mel B, Griffin, Labor & Mileage Clarence Hentges, Labor.- Don Hainzinger, Labor Arnold Hainzinger, Labor L. A.THackbarth, Labor Anton Kardoes, Labor. A. J. Kollasch, Labor George W. Kockler, Labor Garry McDonald, Labor _____ Roelf Miller, Labor lZ_'_ Ben G. Metzger, Labor , Ra|ph Markla, Labor. ,_ Herbert-C. Nelljs, Labor'.__._ E. .C. 'ohm,i Labor _-__. i Llqyd Schaller,.Labor _.--__ John Schueler ' Jr.,'' Labor ___ Chpries Thompson, Labor Geo. 'Weririga, Labor _, James'Walker, Labor. ___: _ Henry Zwelfel,, "Labor Raymond Baade, Labor Dick Baade, Labor __,-__-__-__• • Noble L. Crouch, Labor _-._. E. M. Downs, Labor ___,_. •_ Dale Helmers, Labor '__ Ferdinand * Meyer, Labor Urban Nouroth, Labor _ ' Edward ,Ric|<e, Labor Letrv Stockwell, Labor ' James- Schultz, Labor __' John J. Von Bank, Labor Orville Weiland, Labor Ha'rlan Wichtendahl, 1 .Labors • Erich Wijlrett; Labor II C.'E. ZaUgg, Labor —• Delmar Plathe, Labor, __' . John Eller Jr., Labor _ • Earl Eller, Labor """ Maurice" E[schen, Labor -' Clifford Holmes,' Labor " ,_ W., A. Hedrlck, Labor ____Il • POOR fUND' Loren Brown, Feed " 13.86 50.00 15.30 39.20 ,3.30 24.25 ., 3.00 10.00 40.06 21.i9 37.36 30.34 27.00 12.63 46.88 7.75 25.22 8.40 Wille's Canvas & Uph. Shop, Repairs -.__- <, Hegartys- Plumbing, Repairs Don Bocken Bocken Supply Co, ' Supplies ' Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies Cowan, Bldg. Supply, .Supplies Culhgan Soft Water, Soft Water SOO.OO 35.40 ^9,00 '156.47 86.21 338.83 455.89 58.90 143.50 444.38 86.99 120.41 128,30 95.77 105.30 86.25 92.25 108.74 445.55 362.58 459.3'5" 466.13 489.72 193.81 635.20 196.57 236.42 236.42 460.70 257.91 289.65 247.77 99.94 259.17 249.23 286.18 321.51 282.32 303.80 277.66 257.56 50.92 274.32 300.15 242.13 287.66 282.34 269.09 285.89 290,33 257.87 161.53 293.75 258.27 284,14 282.34 277.56 '254.22 •267.87 268.01 304.35 254.22 256.24 287.66 287,66 287,07 280.79 183.62 295.76 197.22 301,89 332.52 12.71 184.26 . 99.28 158.21'' 304.56 268.01 94.50 2.00 56,42 51.90 8.20 64.21 20.00 vi 2KHVX ^.._^ ftalph Browrt, Johrt.M.-Jtehu cal Care St...A*» H_*g, : . Wji len» B«.«M»' P6.ta&f ««« S u<< Cohsl. Coop. Creameries, Dairy Faraway stores^-Paed, .^^^ FtnW Bakery r ,-Fo6d. ..i*----* Alfloria Lockfe.r., Butchering •-< 1 RAnf .- i ___--__u-.i._i- i -.t J. c. Penrisy Co.* Clothina -i Cltle. Serv. Oil Co.', Oi)'.».i. Ira.Duftor), Labof _'.*___...-• Algorri H'itel BO.-' Oeftot/'Bu. : Loren Brown, Fe.,1 -.ii____« Lorett Browrv, Feed ,.__.>..--.. Payrbll Fund, Poor' Payroll.' ». Dal« Yuneoberg, Commrssron . Wm. A. Hedrick, Rent ...-.,. G. R. Cook, Rent •;..._.—_ Ted, Hsh-r,,. Renf __.___.-.Frank Vefa, Rent ___-_.i.—. , H. C. Johanns-n, Rem -k Marvel IMmerfall,, Mileage ..__ Algeria Mun.' Util.;' UtlMfles * North Cent. Pub. S6r». C6., . Gas _.ii.- J _-.-_.._j-i 1 -._. Burr Hdwe., Fuel ____. _.' Root- Hdwe.. Fuel .•-_ i .__.--__ Standard Oil Co., Fuei______ • Gsrman Vaffey. Store, Food __ Fareway Stores. Inc., Food' __ Cowing Fobd - M.rt,. Fobd __. Council Oak Stores, Food __-_ Hertzke Groc,, Food -—.__._ Kraus Store, Food .__• -_'_ Kirks Shoe Store, Shoes .... * J. C, Pehhey Co.," Clothing .. Bill's, Cemetery Lettering,? £n- griving .__._-;.,___..__.___..' Home ^f,the Good'Sh-pherd^, Care & Ke_t> — L._L Delta H. .Falvey, .Care & Keep Mrs. Barnadene i Allen/ Care • '& Keep _-__.„ _-_^._ St. Monica 1 . H6rrie, Care & Keep __-J_'-_.___ , Lutheran Home -Finding Society, Care & Ke0{3 Good Samaritan • Horn. 1 , Care & Keep __.' __„_, State of Iowa, Aid to Dependent Chlldferi State of Iowa, Aid to Blind __ State of Iowa, Emergency Relief —^ _„__ Holy Family. Hosp,. Hosp. .Care James L. Coffey, M. D., Medical Care . Dr. B. F. Michaelsoh, M. D., Medical Care St. Jospeh Mercy Ho?p., Hosp. Care , ,.. , Larson Deug, Medicine ,___•__ Sacred, Heart 'Hosp., Hosp. Care Sward-Kemp' Drug Co., Med!- <•' . cine f.* —-—-_-....'__._._ Good Samaritan Home, Care •& Keap —•__• • '_ Paul L. Warner,.'M. D., Med,. Care Van Norman Drug Co,,~~MedF-~ cine .;_ a . LuVerne Pharmacy, MedTcin- David F. Shaw M. D.*Medical 'Care' '_ • Sara E. Sutton, D.J.I., Care ; Dr. Richard H. Thompson, Care Drs. Cpddingtoh & Northrup, Medical Care .._.___ _ University Hosp., Hosp. Care Rusk Drug &• Jewelry, Medicine James. S. Devine, M. D., Medical Care T. jr. Agan, M. D., Med. Care John,M. Schutter, M. D., Med. Care ;_ J. G. Clapsaddle, Med. Care" St. Ann Hosp., Hosp. Care Dr. R. K. Rjchardson, Care John N. Keneflck, M. D., Med.' Care Dan L. Bray, M. D., Mid." Care Joseph M. Rooney, M. D., Med. Care M. G. Bourne, M. D., Med"" Care ,6.40 14.49 33.43 , 3.6'0 5.00 IS5.26 "25844 -7.W f 30.30 55.98 109.00 6.00 12.98109.20 227.00 912,60 10.00 '10.00 • ; 25.00 < 25.00 25.00 17,50 ' ' 4S.-43 Lonergan Drug Sto~fe7 "Medicine Dr. F. X. Cretzmeyer, Med. Care _______ Independent Med.r~/urglca~t"?<" _ j . osp> ae _______ ' Carlyle-C. Moore, M. D., Med. Care ___ .* " ^ 'Palo Alto Merh.""H"osp!,""Wosp" Care ____ Hancock Co. Memorial 7 Kwp" Hosp. Care ____ " Park Hosp./. Hosp. Care"]"""" Dr - C.' W. •Lundquist.-M.'uT" Med. Care _____ ' . HunhL ndh n lm ' ^ D " Med Ca're Hughes Drug Store, Medicine Care ' Medtcal Wl-Ph Sn $* r ~' M." D" Medf Ca're P« A r r u a Stor . e - Medicine _ Polk Co. Hosp., Hosp. Care Care Shoh6t ' , M ' °., Med"." ""°" u ™"w" a s 1.50 . 7.65 9.20 10.72 20.00 135.00 40.00 52.00 60.00 '"' 5.27 ' i 9 - 95 S 20.90 / '12.00 ' 65.00 195,69 . so.ob 65.00 65.00 100.60 1,460.74 226.21 171.84 416.85 15.00 44.50 465.00 37.85 78.70 "• 15.20 ' 14.00 5.00 ' 50.18 22.50 70.50 16.00 75.00 i.'is 276.65 310.07 407.05 49.50 132.00 76.75 503.80 116,00 - 89.50 4.00 24.75 74.75 35.40 _.. 14.00 60.75 52.00 ' 104.95 '255.60 '30.75 ,;18.38 4.00 • 3.55 4.00 7.00 6.45 . 19.37 69.22 taken until ATTEST- IV\«KI_ MUORE COUNTY AUDITOR BOARD PROCEEDINGS ,; TT J!? oclal September Session 1Q58 NINETEENTH DAY Nov 10 1958 The 'Board of Supervisors ^''pursuant to .adjournment to canvass the vote of the General Election of Navem- ber 4, 1958. Those present wefe: Charles Newel, Chairman, and members A M •Kollasch, John Rode. - Charles .Plathe' Absent: Jejis Sorensen. ' ", ' TOWNSHIP OFFICERS .ELECTED AT THE GENERAL ELECTlbN OF NOVEMBER 4, 1958, AS CERTIFIED BY ERKS OF THE VARIOUS TOWNSHIPS. " • J ' ' ' * . , '. nAuiau ux CLERKS OF THE VARIOUS TOWNSHIPS. TOWNSHIP ' 'JUSTICE OF THE PEACE TRUSTEE TERMTWP. TRUSTEE TERM BEGINNING 1959 BEGINNING 1980 ' TWP. CLERK Le ° 31.20 50.00 6.37 2.50 8.20 10.00 39.28 58.50 54.90 6.50 54.40 25.50 63.00 36.00 , Mrs Sam Shipler, juror's fees Celia Scott, jurors fees,-Hazel Teeter, Turpr's fees Thelma Tschetter, juror's fees ou.ou Chas. Welp, juror's fees 28 00 Allen Vaske,« Juror's fees 26.10 Payroll Fund, court payroll .. 1,305.53 20.40 46.40 60.00 42.00 30.60 CONSTABLE ' Algona _„——Delia Welter ______ Floyd Newville Algona .___* -C. H. Ostwinkle Ernest G. ThieJ--'„__, ' - Buffal ° -- -'--»• v - Andrews .' ; L. G. Huber ..:.:_';'__'__Ted De Boer, Jr E P Hansen ' Burt H- Nels Nel s°n W. H. Steward' .Leonard "Dtttmer Harold Holmgren E '. R. Woltz "- '• ' „ :> - '.. Harry,Sabin _. John P. Simon,- ;v Walter Magnuson Sam Larson Arne Ostprpmrrt''" East Lone Rock-Burt _Nels Nelson W. H, Steward .'...Leonard Dittmer -.. Harold Holmgren'ICIlE R Woitz - " - „ Rayrnond H.v Dreyer _.L. H. Seegebarth I,I"otto'j. Borchardt ' Lea Hanselman __, Raphael Montag '. Claire L Reding _ . , ' Jerry W, Boekelman _ Grant -. : __ .. ' )W.L. Reynolds A. P. McFarlan'd R.I.Anderson .John A. Hatten -.-.'Andrew,4. Fangman. .A,. J. ftenger Albert C. Kollasch Selmer E, Uhr Richard M,,Anderson -Martin W Dahl •"• ' " Elmer Schaefer Elmer Wlllmert Wm. Oldenburg ' , Francis Froelich ..Howard Rahey Bernard'Capesius Steye Powers • , , ' Jerry Heetland • : f «r_i^_ W , er ? —"-— Edward Looft ....J^...Jerry Heetland 'Alfred Melz ,_ Lewis Bosma l-Stephen R. Tjaden .Raj' 1 "? 11 * 1 H.. Dreyer __L, H. Seegebarth Otto J. Borchardt *' •'•'•,•• • Niak Gensler Edward. G, Hof Elmer Kubly ...It,, o. Miller Julfus Baps 1 ._.,E_trl Zeigler __. Jewel M. Larsen „, „, -, ,WiJ, Stewart ,.-Woyd H. Bartlett . , '..' ElmertGlawe Arthur J. Plathe , ,-Louis Llckteig " v ' ' Frank Cog^ey Joe Ford'_ ....iLeander Vaske E - J - Kollasch —, George Wagner -,,,.,Anton Beaker ' Vie Struecker .'..Carl Nielsen ' _-,_„___WilJard Thompson 1 L, W. Johnson , Edward F, Pergande —Carl E'. Greenwood — ___—Nick J. Nemmers Harrison — Hebron ' • Irvington ,__ Lakqta-Ledyard —-,_._' - Ledyard-Ledyarcl —,. x • Lincoln Twp, ! t ._.. ' • Lone Rock-Fenton .—Leo Ramus —, Lqtts Creek/ „.',_—•_,_ . LuVerne —, I Plum Creek-:.' -_ >'.; Portland __, ' PralrJe Twp. ,.„ , Ramsey , RIverdaJe __. Seneca _ 1. * Sherman, , ,_,_.___, • Springfield _. .Whittemore -Wayne Thompson Qle Johan$on, ,_,_„_.James McGregor ,___,.pvln C, gwanson ;;..'_ p e Witt Grussing .. ' ;l Q. A'. Bjustrom Floyd R. Gardner Kenneth Strayer '- J - W. Goetz ...Geqrge Yancer Vincent "Cruise * ( Paul f, Ludwig Wm. P." Thwl ., Charles Bormann .OFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION qANVASS 1858 For • Governor ' 8341 Wm. G., Murray 3487; HerscheJ C. Loveless 4854, Eqr Lfeijtenant Governor 1999 W, L. Mooty 3351; Edward J, Mc' M. . Chet B. Akey§ 3^04; J. Rex We4dl? For' Treasurer of State 7705 M. L. Abrahamson 3526; Harvey E. Montgomery .178. For Secretary of Agriculture 7768 C^e Spry 3,45,5; Neel F. Hil} 4313. ' Fur A$omey General 7589" Norman A, Brbe 3277; pon Wilson 4318. for Secretary of State 7T3|7 Melvin D. -lynhorst 3449; Edith" ' s Johnson' 4888. • • * , ac)Jiu.J-t. Hopes 30&1; Uqyq R. Smith 3260;Harold E. Hughes 4418; Ber- 1 nard jr. Martin 4?43. For Judges of tU« Supreme Court Theodore G. Gsrfield 3}8l; Ralph A. Oliver 3168; Chales, F. Wenne/strum 3060; P. 'j. Siegers 41965 Franlt F,' Masser 4?57; T, Eugefte Tharnton 4319, Judge of the Supreme Court j»""Fl}l Vacancy 73$$ .", , •; J, E, Hpi,erm«»n 3058: Harry F, «ar- rett 4311. ' V For Representative In Congress Sixth Hlstrict BI3), ,','.:'•" Robert- E, Waggojier ; 3ja5: Merwln Coad 4896. " ' ' ' ' ™1 . ¥ot Judges of the JJJ^tr|pt Cpijrt 7295 Fred Hudson, WJi; a.,W- SHHjn«n.382«. For State BepreientaJSve " r 85th District 5«W Casey Lflsi F«r Marc Moore .166; Qlee For County Treasurer Rosalia Voigt 5767, For Clerk of the Alma Pearson 5610. ilH jj. ' For Sheriff Ralph W. Ljindhprst 38.85!. "" «.-, Tor County Recorder 8}55. G,, Norfpn 3Q83; Clara 'Walker ?Q?8. v ' < Ggrdon Jaroe? f It. Keith 1J138. '• ' !T founty Attprney Winkel 3543, ?r County Coroner gt nistrlc! Jen? »? r Boarfl of . u .. -. Charles Newel }3jB|, For Merubcy pojrd of Supervlsprs A. *t. Koliascii 954. On motion adjournment wgs taken untlV November ?B. 1858. \ , t?HABU58 H, N^WBL, / Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTESf;', _-. \" ^ ' .,. Marc Moore, Kgssuth Co. .Aucjitor. BOARD PROCEEDTNaS ' Beguia,r November, Session 1958 TWENTIETH; PAY NPV! as, loss The.poar4 °l Superv)s.Qrs met pursuant $o adjournment. TbQS. present were Charles Newel, . Ph»}rm,»n, and Jen? Sorensen, ^nd Charlfts PJalhe. ,AHent:.np,n.e. , < Motion . by Jens Sorensen and seconded by John Rode that contract be awarded to. Herman M. Brown "Go. of Des Moinee, Jqwa, in ^ fm^iujit of $13,4,8,5 |or e pey Mq^qr ^rajar,, A'yesj all. Nays: none. Mo^ion carried. ; On motion sdjournment was" taken until Ree^inber j, jaes?. * : ' ' '; PHA.RLES H. JJEWEL, -.5 Mporg, K Auditor. ILJL

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