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7 .-"> "t. •r i Oct. New Officers Are By Cresco Chums ' &, meeting of the Creaeo Chums was held at the home of Verdean Shaw with Virginia Gisch assisting. Mrs John Gisch and Mrs Wayne Smith will be assistant leaders* The dub entertained the Farm fiureau at the regular meeting. Installation of new officers was held. They' arc: pres,, Jeanne Frlderes: vice pres., Rosemary Gisch; sec'y, Carolyn Rwhleau; treas., Ann Smith; histoi an. Lucille Gade; reporter, Madonna Gisjih; photographer, Verdean Shaw; recreation chairmen, Mar ilyn Deal and Sheila Fridcres music chairmen, Ann Segcr and Virginia Gisch; librarian, Beverly Bescfi. Connie Malocek, Marilyn Deal s Linda Meehlhausc. Hachel MeNeill, and Susan Johnson were initiated as new members. e cl!s«mtfm«>d: Ayes: all Nays: none GASH More lhan 100 stitches wen. required to close a wound it 'eighteen year old K e n n e 11 Smith's leg after it was slashed by 'a power saw recently. Ken neth o£ ttopkinton was operating the powet saw mounted on a cut If, » i" v • M «otion \M».»^.V«* ^ .»,. twner DUetlpllofl Of ProperlT ohn Reutztl, Lets 9-10 Blk 3 D<ntrle'« Add to 5*"tc£si vSty. *%«*-» it-n» # 'Halt's Add to Titonka. ,.,„.., Andrew K. Attdorson, T-»it.« 1, 2. 3, HIK 2 Stevens, KossuUi «•>«>» JX-. , tt .... >orRi» Daniflff, Lots 7-8 Blk 1 In" « &• mil's Arid to Titonkd. It wns motioned that pavmrnt of Claims allowed ;il this moHms of +n«? sersons* nnd firms tiMod immediately ollowinR he ratified, allowed and con- 'inned. A\e»: nil SECONDAnV HO AD FUND Mid West Sorv. Co.. fvwt Standard Oil Co., fuel Mid West Serv. Co., tuf.1 Stand.ird Oil Co., fuel Clctwnt Crnhftn.'laboi Asphnll Products C6 . supplies "last Side Lurrtbcf & conl c<».. supplies »- Daliliiaust-r nros., parts & repairs ^,,^ Kossxitli County Impl.. pnrts Enst R«d Foundry Inc.. grates Iowa Stnte Industries, signs .. Otikchnrt-HuRhcs Trnctor & Kquip. Co. Inc.. parts ... lIcutuM M. Brown Co., pnrtr. . GibM-Cook Equip. Co.. parts Colin Bios. Inc.. supplies ...-,. Qoplci ud Lubricants Co., grease Mld-loWa Industrial Supply. Signs »-- ,^.,-^»-:- Hovnolds Machinery Co., parts Diikr-nnrt-HugliGS Truetor & Equipment Co., parts- rulU'n Hardware* supplies .... Kutcctlo Welding, parts ..„ K Se H. Coop. Oil Co.. fuel J.-L. Elsbecker, Standard ' Oil. fuel »-—.---• -/- GrconberR Auto Supply, parts Alrfcmn tmpl. Co., pnrts Lyman Auto Supply, supplies Feu-fson Chev, Co., purls 4.18 13J.19 33.38 can .83 107.IW) 41.05 2.90 G5.05 r>fi.»r> 51,00 711 15. IB U i» .1 » ' All 8,409.04 SwAni-y'blil Ac Equip. Co., _«-.,,,, calcium chlorid* — *—* 8 'iX5-12 Earl Wb^rt. elajr Wt *.--—— 200|0 ° Evcrds Bros., Fmal: ProJ. No 503 (2) .............j -r.^«Jgr -- { t'lrtli ' »fS"* •»'* i. •« • i * \rrno Drainflge & MfMnl Products Inc., pipes M T, Me Guirc & Co.. Proj. No, 507 — POOR FUND Psyrttl Fund, Poor Payroll -* Marvel Imroerfall, Mileitgis ( .^ Garry Funeral Home, Arnbtil- ance Sorv. — .,,..._-.-W A. Hodrick, Rent G R. Cook, Rent — R.' F. Donoven, Rent -..*— H C. Johanmcn, Rent ^heckler Bros., Ambulance ..North Central Pub, Scrv. Co., Aloma Mun" " UtM7," UtTlitlcs " I Root Hardware, Fuel ^ Dr R K. Richardson, Care .John M. Sihutter, M. D,, Medical ..... *,.......-Buffalo Center Clinic, Medical University Hosp,, Medical. - r 40.00 144.00 513.46 . 0 7.50 201.2!) un.ito •10.70 cr,.)8 t «it I »*.*>! V.IIV. » » -W"-t i'«. »•• -' - . » 1A Northern Lumber Co.. supplies ifl.u Kossulh Motor. Co., parts - ™ Lyman Oil Co.. supplies lilton Super Scrv., 8.50 10.00 25.00 3S.OO 17.50 15.00 1.50 7.66 9.20 Mads Christiamen, towa State IndoMrlw, Sop0]i« Mun. UtilitlB*, UtiH- .... ____ Vincent Es»rr, Haircut* ---- Sur(je, Supplies ....-.....,». Raymond Alderwn, Freight -. flusk Drug «. Jewelry, Medicine N. W. Belt Tel. Co., Tel. Scrv. Culten Hardware, Supplies -«. Dflvi« PAmf, Supplies ...^i- United Variety Stores Inc., Supplies . ------- ," *"V"; Thermogas Co. of AlgonA, Fuel Cutligan Soft Water, Soft Water Serv. ------ .-- ------Harold C. Jensen, Bull ------ • COUNTY FUND North Central Pub. Serv. Co., Gas ------ •--»• ---- "-*-Post Office, Stamps --"•.?---' Alaona Mun. Util , Utilltle* Mun. Util, UtiliHo* 84,4« 7i.80 46.68 4.93 9,25 93.50 27.25 2K8S 9.80 9,10 iO.75 4.10 1.30 t.98 36.00 20.00 200.00 .04 '~'U IJI '" <i'Mii. ~..-., t\ * Payroll Fund, County Payroll Ralph W, Lindhorst, Board & , Lodge of Prisoners --+—.Ralph W. Lindhorsi, Meals & Mileage .,-..-...---".-— Donald M. Wood, Meals 8, Mileage Joyce Haydon, Mileage --- — u 172.50 Rusk Drug ft Jewelry, Medicine Culligan Soft Wafer, Soft Water Serv. .-I- — M. G. Bourne, M. D., Ors Llndholm, Medical ..... Lutheran Hosp., Medltal ....i Mercy Hosp., Medical r ---T ' F-gan, M. D., Medical . John N. Koncfick, MediCftl . Drs. Coddington & Northup, Medical .. i— ,—.._-.--J, G. Clapsaddle, M. D., Medi- 45.75 10.00 670.65 87.75 125'.00 179.40 10.00 6.50 Paul Ludwig, Tru'.tee Elmer F. Bell, Trustee Charlc? Bormann, Clerk ..-*.. Post Office, Postage __._--. Norlh Central Pub. Serv. Co., 155.68 . ^10.93 6,262.83 •'' S.&5 133,'l7 26.38 37.38 8.52 o,00 4.0D 4.00 aodlo john".A:;i«*rt/' utiapV^f L. A. t«e1c&«rlKr"6ib6"1fc' - Albert GranzdWji Cftiof & Mtts- Ed ...i.i4j»(<^ f- UKJf a. CtJ iJldl <V.l >«IUF- !»"• — *•• • Harold E. Blart*«d, _ j. w. Burnett/ Ufb&r „„,..„.. Raymond Bs»de, Labor .»... Dick B»»de, L«b6r .».«»».. M R. Christiansen, Labor & Mileage »..,„;,,..-Ji^ii.*..' Frank DeirH, Ubof * i--' E. M. Down*. Labor »„£.—«,* fiB 3! -.-. Howard O.TEAser, lAbor MH B. Grtlflrt, Laboi- & Don Halnzlngeiv lisfe*? . t Clarence Hentges, Labor Arnolod Haliuinger, tiabof _ Dale Hclmcrs, Labor — George W, Rockier* Labor *« Anton Kardoes, Uibor „„.. A J. Koilasch, Labor .' Rilph Markln, Labor ..... Gurry McDonald, Labor Ben a. Metzger, Labor _,^. Urban Neuroth, Labor _— E C. Ohm, Labor 236.66 252.33 24^73 238,40 251t47 • r 246.88 . 268.10 138.64 __ «2.57 „ 248.22 „ 252.41 „ 238.68 .-, 251.4' - .258.78 .. 294.71 .. 285.88 „ 275.91 .. 258.71 .. 261.5' .. 242.33 _ Jamfes . JTbfitt 3, VOtt BAHk, l«bot '..* EHcfc Wlllrett. Labor .. C, E. i Z "O, L» _J4? 311.41 238*5 **M irXGulHf^ '\JTJ-€»T«i* *»r *-"2*rt» ---/ KeUby.LutttWii' CO.iJD?. 61., Leonard Harmon, Dr. 90 '£—:r, Leonard Harmon, Dr. 00 ..... E. J. Seeney, Dr. 80 —.—.— G. D. Hart, Dr. SO . O, D. Hart, Of. Ill E. J. Seeney, Dr. Ill ——-Clement Crahan, Dr. 116 .--Adam Helderscheldt, Dr. 116 G. D. Hart, Dr. 166 , Robert G. H. Blumer, Dr. 177 E. Ji Seeney, Dr. ,177 ... 435.4 2.80 31,32 32.81 • " 2.8t 24.01 24.D 14.4' 880,00 . 19.00 4.8 3erona^rylloB5'fc»ft<J~ I Dr. H. — . ^'"l^i^l'i JBslcfs MSEAS^ VUXD < ^ y MM>A. BPS; I !i.TBffl«SI^:--- jjg Dt, Bf J> Catseslus, Insueetlon -* «-w Sf;^)^ «, Jaff^HSUiih Ifio Si^'IMt ei^otf *uMTS^l^!lL i i>ie4 -!t S^tirfftfef»tt, C.-»yf^ M^ ^ oA6 Aite -*«fiW*$5a*S8\ • •• Fee. -*^f^i^^*-** ,.'>.«>Aj»-SSS? '. „* Hiii ^ ^ uu,^l£ailMtt 21.00 16.00 " -JtlUAL/, „ V*W*a*vvv*»'" *•- >i Scarier-.Oil '& Buulpi 1 Co j 4toi s > rtw ^^ll^so0u^ 1 22 artsa-»?»'tr o mmeBall7lM)»eaVC--ifr v 37>5B i Wlw Caicu.- MaChlnS CO., .^ Mathtenance.-- - r *—•fe-v«:««"»i»"' fid Ho«a, Typewriter Exchange, ^ oQ —-- —r--J£!SZZ'i 3^00 Ptathe.' . Absent! Rode a«d seconded rl< 0n motion until ioard "of Supfef^k- : ivtARC MOOfcE, County Auditor, Rov M. "Turner, M. t5., Medica Van Norman Drug Co., Medl- ting table when it loosened and j parts & repairs -..-..-..— slid from the table, cutting his u«t Hartware. suppiios -— leg as it fell. LEG Seventeen year old Rick y Lttndt of Cartersville recently suffered the loss of his right leg. He had apparently kicked additional feed into a drag on a self-loading wagon and became entangled with the beaters. Board Proceedings Nineteenth Day • September 1, 1959 ' REGXJLAH JUNE SESSION 1959 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to- adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollaseh, Chairman, nnd Jens Sorensen, John. Rode,' Charles and Charles Plathe. ABSENT: Iowa l?Hb-^ rv " __••__. s:0rt «r.iui» Motor Supply, parts - 70.1)7 Eco Machine Cd.. hoist ...„,— 234,111 K. & H. Coop Oil Co., fuol & repnivs Cities Serv. Oil Co., 'antilrc-ezo -------- ...... ------ Advance Pub. Co,, 'supplies Wllle'R CanvnS & Upl>." Shop, repairs ^..'•.^.~\--Kossuth Co. Treaa., frtjiglu •--,-. 35.10 120.0(1 37.22 4.25 0.00 . ., -,. Notion Machine ^yorks. parts 7'1.!)0 Evtjidh J.ios., Final: fivcrds nros., Final: Proj. 310 (2) & 743 (3) -,.^" — Sioux City Inm-iCo.,- pliers — Wesl Iowa Toll Co., ; J. V Mori/. "aT'Son,* frl-lglit — N. W. Bell Tol. Co., tel. serv. —..™--.. — Iowa Elec. Light & r Pwr. Co:, elec. serv. _..„_>.Town ot West Bend. 8.-17 ,0.00 34.10 "1,00 1.25" none Motion by John" Rode and seconded by Charles Newel that cigarette permit be granted InjwlS and Alma Marshall of the Chrome Cafe. Ayes: air Nays: none Motion carried. Motion "by Jens Sorensen and seconded by John Rode that the Board resolve to employ "J. K. McLennan ol Des Moines to collect State Institution Accounts. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and se- tonded by Charles Plathe that contract tnd bond of Clarence Zufall of Elmore. Minn..'be approved on gravel project Vo. 501 (4). Ayes': all Nays: n""° llotlon carried. 'It was motioned and seconded tnai the! contract for the fire alarm system at ihe County Home be tabled lot thfc?ty (30) days: Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried,. ,'„ • , Motion by;Jphrt Rode and secondet bv Charles'Newel that resignation o James S. Devine as County Coronei be?|accepted. Ayes: all Nays: none Mo°lon by John Rode and seconded by "ens Sorensen that Dr. R. F. Snyder, SWea City, be appointed to fUl the un- eXBired term of James S, Devine as County Coroner. Ayes: all Nays: none M M U o°?orfby e john Rode and seconded by Jens Sorensen that Insurance on the Court House be awarded to W. H. Rfcklefs Insurance. Titonka. in the • amount of ?737^0. Ayes:,all Nays: none Newel and se- con l decTby"-Jens" Sorensen that A. M. iSllasch be authorized to sign release tof?bridge from the Iowa S.tate Hwy Comm to Kossuth County. Ayes: all Navs 1 none Motion* earned. , Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded bV John Rode that suspension ,? taxes on tjie following property elec. serv. -------- - ----- - ---Herman M. Brown Co., parts - Bowcn's Superior Explosives Adam ee Reding Gravel & Excavating. Rusk Drug & Jewelry, Medical St. Ann Hosp., Modical .... Holy Family Hosp., Modical . D. E. Dunn, M. D,, Medical Ipseph M. Rooncy, M. D., Medical ., .._......Council Oak, Food »—, Walker's Grocery, Food '.,_- Germnn Valley Store, Food „ Hood's Super Valu, Food Andonon Hdwe., Fuel •„ Cowing Food Marl, Food —- •R.iy's Jack Sprat, Food . O.iw's Shoo Scrv., Shoes K. & H. Oil Co., Fuel .----.Home of the Good Shepherd, , Giro & Keep z—-<•- Good Samaritan Home, Care 8, 'Keep »... Lutheran Home Findings Society, Care & Keep ..,.,..-.. Delta H. Fnlvey, Care "& Keep St. Ar.thony's Homo, Caro 8. Keep .... -.-..- Mnrv E. Stainbrook, Core & Keep — — 1 ,.--Mrs Kate Jacobson, Care & Keep •_. •—. State of Iowa, Aid to /; Blind _ Stato of Iowa, Aid to Dependent Children State of Iowa, Emergency Relief ___..;.-....--i — --J. C. Penney, Co., Clothing . M. & J. R. Hakes, Food .... Whittemoro Const. Creamery, Dairy .Products . Aigona Locker," Butchering . 3.50 16.25 150.00 13.75 118.44 718.19 972.80 Alqona Romlnder, M . N W. Bell Tel, Co., Tol. Sorv. Matt Parrott t> Sons Co., Supplies f"~ Upper DCS Momcs Pub. Co., Supplies — Fidlar & Chambers Co., Sup- plic'. —. -. — Jenkitis-Fergcniann Co., Supplies : Globe Hoist Co., Repairs ,,c. D v|l. 6. M., Repairs ........... 1500 Advance Pub. Co., Board I ' Procoodings .; ....... 61,50 Bancroft Register^ Board Pro- 56 00 I ccedings --•/ » — -- — to'97 Gordon L. Winkel, Expenses -_ 20*00 Kossuth County Treasurer, 4000 Bounty and Freight 7,56 PAYROLL FUND 40,00 Dean G. Parrott, Court Reporter 30.00 Raymond H. Wisnom Jr., Court 9.98 Reporter 17.00 Helen Laing, Assists Relief Olfice 195.00 Ervirt E. Harwoou, County harm Ida'May Harwood, County Fafm 7.00 5am Mczoi County Farm Myrtle Mi Mezo, County Farm Ella Dau Pertl, Labor ... Ariila Theiison, Assists Clerk'_ R. K. Bock, Probation Officers L. C. Rovn, Probation Deputy Jens M. Sorensen, Meetings «, Mileage -J --— 'A. M. Koll&sch, Meetings & „„„„.- Mileage . 200.26 John H. Rode, Meetings & , Mileage ...» 1,498.70 Charles Plathe, Meetings & Mileage — -- 169.6; 75*80 We don't sell furniture or toys or nuts a 117.32 124^00. 80.32 93.68 65.00 45.00 80.00 I N. W. Bell Tel. Co., tel. serv. ...... -.- — ,- ...... -Ready-Mix, supplies PerciVal Motors, parts W. C. Brown Supply Co., supplies 8.32 43.43 145.93 186.10 72.20 Charles H, Newel, Meetings & Mileage ' —. Clarence E. Priebe, Weed Com' mlssioncr- ^__ Raymond H. Wisnom, Jr., * . Court Reporter ,.,,-sj 104.09 , 92.00 . 26.32 114.88 104.92 348.26 451. '94 451.49 403.55 34P.09 Sell and Service" 61.84 ., Papt-r Calmenson & Co., 77 "" 82 10,08 <f.03 •17.09 Steg'-Fort : Dodge Co., parts — I'IS.SO Titonka Impl. Co., purls —--- l^-™ Cook's Welders,Supply, supplies 59..U Standard OirCo., luel — Oharlsori Hardware, supplies — J. E. Ukena;& Co., pnrts Rohlin Repair Shop, repairs .. Everds Bros., Pro). I^o. 00 . (4) & No. 895••'I..;.--!T--::'._16.495.35 Everds Bros., Proj. No. 90 <3) 12,000.81 G, J. Van 0e Rial St'.Sons Inc., - , Proj. No, 501 (2) ~ •_.10.501..'M EverJs Bros., Proj. No. C8 (4) 25,105.37 M. T. McGuti-e & Co., Proj. No. 1142 St No.-507 -18,117.00 James H. Mcrryman, ProjiNc James H. Mevryman, labor, . ^.. ••management, equipment l,.^. 594.50 Robert D. Korn. labor 5^.5 Alfred -H.'Daley, labor __i--_. la.uD.. Funer&l ftomes Homes LuVERNE WESLEY' . North Central Pub. Scrv. Co., gas 1.47 Evcrds Bros., Proj. No, 74 (2) 19,009.25 t.verds Bros:. Proj. No. 74!) «^ vl _ (2) & No, 7-13 (3) 2J 'S2HI Max Slrntton, clay pit _— 200.00 Aigona Mun. Utilities,- .' - " utilities —Welp cSi Me Carten Inc., 39.25 "Understanding' Service'' TITONKA RENWIGK 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped IN AMERICA'S FSNiST PLIANGES! RAILROAD FEATHERBEDDING: .'A.;%''. i • " ' r^: /v ..'•:- ' l^iV'p/-;^ ',* ^^f^~i^".\ ' ; "J TO THE NATION-INCLUDING YOU-EVERY YEAR fli' ^^^i • ' « . (•••••••••^••••••^•i**""^"^*. Featherbedding on the railroads - pay for work not done or not needed —is costing the American people the shocking'total of more than $500,000,000 a year. You pay for it every time you shop, because featherbedding costs are hidden in the price of everything ydu buy. Obsolete union work rules, involving the rail- toad operating employees, are responsible for this gigantic burden. Right now, for instance, these rules require every diesel locpmotive to carry a fireman ~ even though diesels have no fares to stoke, no boilers to tend, The forthcoming negotiations between the railroads and the unions are urgently important to the whole nation, In asking the unions to drop these feathirbeclcUni the railroads ask for is a fqir, day's, •g fair day's.'pay* Refrigerators / ® Washers Water Heaters • Dryers Ranges — (Electric and ® Freezers — (Chest and Built-lns) : Upright) Air Conditioners $ Garbage Disposals, @ Refrigerators , ® Water Heaters ® Ranges — (Electric Built-lns) @ Air Conditioners © Radios © Hj-Fidelity Sets © Washers ® Dryers and ® Freezers — (Chest Upright) ® Garbage Disposals ©. Stereo Sets © Television and SCitchen Units Complete - Beecher Lane is a'fully accredited dealer in the Yoyngstown Kitchen line. REDIT TERMS! In The Wood Line or He is one of few authorized dealers to plan, design and install in any Home. Dpwn Payment Required! Terms Are Arranged To Fit Your Budget. Buy Now — First Payment Not Dye Until February 1, I960. Take Up To Five Years To Pay! LOWEST PRICES! We Will Positively Meet Or Better Any So- Called '/Discount Price" On COMPARABLE MERCHANPISE, And.Give You A Written Guarantee! Remodeling For Your Convenience! Remodeling Is Under Way Fpr Your Shopping We, Need The Room For Working And To Convenience. We Will Not Be Closed For Thi§ Make Way For The 1960 Appliance Lines, Purpose. - Come ln Now For Some Ternflc Deals! Selling Appliances Is Our Only Business! Know What You're Buying! Buy What Yeu Krjowi AT L ' ' T- ' C I . ( I- „ ' V ' AMERICAN RAILROADS

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