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27 Mutinied TWO don inlivernore Catholic church Livermore — Bishop Frank Gfeteman, Auxiliary Bisfhop of the Sioux City Diocese, confirmed at Livermore, at Sacred Heart Church on Oct. 16. He was assisted by the Pastor, Rev. J. G. SkaJiill, >and the following clergy, Rsv. James Smith of St Joseph, Rev. David Hogan of Rolfe, Rsv. Clem Knobbe of Catholic Charities of Fort Dodge. The Congregational singing was accompanied by Mrs. Francis Collins. David Thilges, Richard Collins, and Gregory Fuhrmann were the servers. The following were confirmed: Chris Beihounek, Michael Bohounek, Alvin Beirtc, j Berte, Gregory Eisen- Timothy Fuhrmanin, Dani&l Hansoll, Donald Harold, Jeffrey Sawyer. Dennis Stialzer, Terry Thil- gos, Ann Berte, Susan Berte, •Debra Collins, GLna Collins, Cathy Curran, Mary Foth, Patrice Logue, Barbara Malkmus, Joan McKibbon, Marjor- le Stalzer. In addition to the above children, the following adults 'also received Confirmation: Russell Meyer, George Robbins, Mrs. Jack Comlon, Joan Madson, Mrs. Richard Steil, .Myrna Thilges. it Uf MMTt Llvermere — Two mete dogs were plumed lett wee*. Thli meket three (tog* Id die by strychnin* pollening with in the last month. The Uit on* to die w«t the S month old Odden Laborader owned by Hi* Maurice Olsons and was a family pet of their 3 children. Tht other dog, ownod by Dr. T, 0, Rotting, poii* oned at the tamo timo at the Olton dog, recovered. recently spent several days 4—AHuma (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, OCT. 24,1to7 Tribu nc Small town speaks! By A.D.N. I am an old town, nearly a century 'old, as a matter of fact, give or take a few years. I was carved out of the in the home of her parents, -dreams and sweat of strong JUNIOR AUXILIARY The Junior Auxiliary met at Che Legion Hall Saturday afternioon, Oct. 14 for their O6tob:ir mealing. Slixjteen 'members answered roll call and the new officers were (installed with their leader, Mrs. Richard Thul acting as itho Installing Officer. Those installed were: President, Denisfe Logue; Vice President, Denisc 1 Beihounek; Secretary, Pamela Gronbach; Treasurer, JMiary Renquist. Appointive officers were: Sargent at Arms, •Lori Thul; Chaplain, Susan Eisenbairtih; Historian, Diane Bormann. Two relay games and mus- ilcall Chairs was the entertainment which was in charge of Lori and Janice Thul. Lunch was served by Charlene Bormann. O.E.S. MEET The regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star was •held in the Chapter Room Tuesday evening, Oct. 17. All officers were present except three whose offices were filled by pro-terns. The Worthy Matron, Lola Hippen and Worthy Patron, Ellwood Rummens presided •at the meeting. A report of the Grand Chapter meeting which was iheUd in Des Moines was given by Mrs. Hippen and Mrs. Ervin Friday, who attended. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beck 'ham at Knoxville. While there a sister of Mrs. Smith's, Mrs. Jack Pedigo of Frecport, Texas flew home for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seagren, who have been living in the Stiltz house have moved to Fort Dodge where they are both employed. Jacob Michelson is a medical patient at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. The following members of her family went to the home of Mrs. Dora Gronbach Sunday evening to heJp her celebrate her 70th birthday: Harold Gron'bach and Cindy, the Roy Browns, Allan Sinclairs and Richard Orans. There was a pot luck supper followed by a social evening. Lucky Strikers League W L Dason Oil Co. .._ 21 Vt Livermore Co-op . 21% Livermore Bank __ 21 Bode Co-op 21 Bode Locker 17 .M & M Feed 16 Imperial Cafe 15 Sawyer's 15 Watkins 15 Baker Truck Lines 13 Livermore llns. 10 Livermore Lanes . 7 High Team Game Livermore Bank 720 Baker Truck Lines 702 iBpdc Locker 686 Livermore Bank 686 High Ind. Game Marie Wilson 182 Arlene Schultz 181 Karla Hanson 180 Mardoll Adams 180 High Team 3 Games 'Livermore Bank 2051 Baker Truck Lines 1994 Livermore Co-op 1954 High Ind. 3 Games Jean Larsen 487 jMarie Wilson , ,472 Marge Wilson 451 Town elections at Livermore Tuesday, Nov. 7 Livermore — The Livermore Town election will be 'held Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Hall from 8 a.m. to 8 man, who settled here to make a good home for their families and generations to come. These men, whose perception was perhaps greater then, than those of today, saw the possibility of a community where their children and their children's children could live and grow both mentally and physically in one of ths most fertile farming belts in the state of Iowa and, ye>3, perhaps the nation. 1 am a proud town^ proud because I can boast of three fine churches, an excellent school systm, and a li'hr&ry to be built soon, where any- on.2 regradles's of race, creed, or color is welcome, but mostly b-cause, I can say most <humbly, that our youth living here is a fine group of young men, and women. I have a fine local government made of men who unselfishly give of their time 'and energy, and a service- mcins club in the form of the American, Legion, wftio are trying, if not in vain, to help* me survive the ordeal of competition with the larger urban communities. I have survived two world wars, a Police Action in Korea, and now the war of Viet Nam. 1 have sent to these . wars many of my bravest young men to fight for the rights of others in these conflicts and, yes, as of today s>ome of these rest eternally on, foreign soil, never to return to the community, they vainly fought to save from the bigotry, malice and pet- MIIIMHHMIMMIMIHMMMIMIIMIMMIMIMIIIMMIHIIIIIHIHMMMIWnMttllMMMMMIIMnllMIHMIMIIIMMm 10'/z 11 11 15 16 17 17 17 19 22 25 Livewires at LuVerne have new officers FRIENDSHIP NIGHT IFcriendsihip niglht will t»e held in the local Lodge rooms, Sunday for the Masons, Eastern Stars and their flamilies •with a pot luck supper followed by a short program and social evening. TURKEY SUPPER Those up for re-election are: George Donalds for Mayor, Mrs. Fred Hintz (Leona) for Treasurer, both for two year terms, Councilmen Clarence Carlson, Keith Logue, Dr. T. D. Rossing and Virgil Smith. Leroy (Kelly) Gronbach has filed for election to fill the LuVerne — The LuVeme Livewires 4-H club met at the home of Dafawn Kuvne wilth 10 members, the two loaders, Mrs. John, Voss and Mrs. Owen Curry, and one mother, Mrs. Kinne, present. The President, Diane Curty, opened and conducted the business meeting. The k-oll call was answered with "The Responsibilities I have Assumed this Year". The business meeting discussed a bake sale on October 21 and the invitation of the A.O.K. Four- H club to attend a skating party Friday evening. Election of officers was held with the following girls elected Ipr. the coming,: year:; Presi- /. ^ent, Sharon Shorey; , Vice. . p're's;.' iht, 1 Peggy Shaw; Secretary, Barbara Mairty; Treasurer, Dafawn Kinne; Historian, Becky Smith; Reporter, HOUy DeNio. Talks were given by Peggy Shaw, "'Removing Health Hazards from the 'Home", "Care of Furniitute", by Dafawn Kinne; Choosing and Buying Sheets and Towels; by Diane. Curry and a demonstration, "Folding of Sheets, Contour and Straight," by Mrs. Voss. Award Night is to be held Nov. 18 at the Town Hall, with the parents being invited. The next meeting will be the "Installation of Officers" at the home of Mrs. Voss. CHURCH GROUP MEETS The Women's Society of the •Methodist Church held their 'general monthly meeting Wednesday evening, October 18 at 8.00 p.m. in the church parlors. Roll call was answered by 32 members. Devotions GRASS FIRE The LuVerne fire department was called Saturday to extinguish a grass fire along the "Right of Way" of the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad tracks behind the GrtMiibach home which is now vacant. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Myers were Mr. and Mrs. 'Donald Radig of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider were weekend guests ini the home of Mr. and Mrs. Blmett- Richardson of Slater. Weekend guests in the home of Mir. and Mrs. Adolpli Koester were their daughter, iMi'SS Adeline Koester of St. Paul, Minn, and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Herman Koester of 'Manweapous. On Sunday Mrs. 'Herman Koester visited with her parents, Mir. and Mrs. Skow in Humboldt. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen, 'the past week have been Robert Carsten of California, 'nephew of Mrs. Nielsen and iMrs. Harold Davis of Mason 'City, Mr. CarstenB mother 'and sister of Mrs. Nielsen. Mr. Carsten has resided in California since graduating from LuVdrne high school. Mrs. Carsten visited with her parents in Muskegon, Michigan while her husband was in 'LuVerne. The annual Turkey Supper f^^^L^^ ^ ft? * M ?2^ *£* put on by the Methodist Church will be hold Thursday evening, Nov. 2, at the church. It will be served family style. FEATHER PARTY The annual Feather Party will be held at the Legion Hall Saturday evening, Nov. 4. Fred Hintz entered the Lutheran Hospital i n Fort Dodge on Friday for a check up and x-rays. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Logue and 'Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs LeHand Replogle of West Des .Moines. Mrs. Replogle is a sv*er4n-law of Mrs. Logue, being the former Genevieve SwenSon. Mrs. Harold Gronbach spent several days last week in the iLeroy Sharp home in St. Paul getting acquainted with the new grandson. Mrs. Pick Schulti, Mrs. Polder and Mrs. Ernest Dolder. Wilson was appointed to complete Mr. Dolder's term but is not a candidate for election. Mrs. Robert (Shirley) Wonderly is the Town Clerk. 'Each of the three council- for a four tie other for two years. year term LuVerne vine home at Algona one afternoon recently, who are former friends and neighbors. WilUam Schuin of Humboldt visited a couple of days 'last week in the 'home of his son, the Dick SchuJtz's. Florence Altman has gone to Cedar Rapids where she will visit in the home of her The Goetsch family reunion was held at the City Hall on Sunday the 15th of October with 68 in attendance. Mrs. Ernest Bahnkendorfs B(erlha) was in charge of the event. Mrs. Howard McCrady (Luetta) of Callendar will have charge of next years arranger ments. William Goetsch showed slides of pictures .taken at last years reunion and during the year. Mr. and Mrs. WilNam Goat' sen have been taking care of their eight month old grandson, Paul Putnam of Algona, •the past week. Paul has been ill with ear infection and the three day measles. Mr. Des ,- Jlm were weekend with Lavon Mallory having the lesson. Mrs. Mallory gave an interesting talk on her trip to Europe this summer. Hostesses were Marjorie Shelton, Joyce Genrich, Elaine Walline, Violet Goetsch and Anna Neal. The tables were 'beautifully decorated with centerpieces from the current Seminar held in Cedar Rapids of which Lena Biesemeyer, Lucinda Stone and Ella Weber were delegates from LuVerne. MARRIED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jansen observed their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at their home in Pa- .nora, Iowa, recently. Hosts for <the occasion were their children and their families. Attending the event from Lu- Verne were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Bit! Hardcopf, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, ST., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gregory and Mrs. Lillian Selby family. Mr. and Mrs. Jansen and family are former residents of Lu- Verne. |9th BIRTHDAY Mrs. Nell Biegger, long time LuVerne resident, will observe her 89th birthday on October 29. A very congenial w , w ... w .v. ., „. w . Rugg's mother and sister! sjster and husband, Dr. and •««*• Audrey Baumgaitner Mrs. George Gilbert. Mr. anil Mrs. Burrell Smith and Vicki years, she now rettdes at |he Humboldt Health. Care Center, Hum'balrit, lovM AJJi cards and letters would be greatly Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch and Mrs. Jon Putnam and Paul of Algona spent the weekend at West Okoboji getting their trailer ready for the winter months. Others there for the weekend were the Duiane Rileys and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algonla, Jerry Behnkendoii of Bancroft, the Howard McCradys of Catle.iJar, the Henry Goetsch's of Cedar Falls and the Ronald Krafts of Dakota City, The Rileys also prepared their cottage for the winter months. The Goodwill club hold their regular monthly meeting Thursday afternoon, October 19 ait the home of Mrs. Roy Guy. Eleven members were present to answer the roll call. Four guests, Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Mrs. Harold Angus, Mrs. Hattie Zentner and Mrs. Lewis Bram and daughter attended the meeting. Ella Weber and Alice Hinz conducted quiz games. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Sadio Wagner was a guest in the Leroy Wagner home in Dakota City oh Sun* day, where she attended church with her son and family. 'Mrs. Wagner then went to her daughter and family, the Dick Boyds for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggelston were the honored guests 'in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Gregerson and Jimmy of Rutland on Sunday. The occasion being the 30th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Eggelston. Other guests were their daughters, 'Mr. and Mrs. Alien Thu and family of Graettinger and .Miss DeJores Eggelston and iMend, Bud Steil of Algona. Waokend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas were Dorrance Thonv as and Mrs. Llelvyn Six and •Rlhonida of St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Daxyl Six and baby of Marshajltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bim- baumer and family of Audubon. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes ty grievance that plagues us, now, and it is like a thorn in my side when 1 see and hear these acts performd on my main street today. What every small town needs is "togetherness" if We are to survive especially in the small businesses that make up the hub of the community the size of me. For when any business, no matter how large or small leaves me, it takes a little more of my strength and pride away from me. 1 have seen in the past few years several business men leave 'me and whether you are aware or not it affects everyone in the community, farmer or city dweller alike. In summing up my deepest and most sincere thoughts, my dear and loyal Mends, I leave you with this well- known phrase, "No Man is an M'anidi." of Ames became the parents of a 9 Ib. 1 oz. son, Todd Michael, October 19. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes have another son, Jeff, 5 years of age. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. -Don Clark of Bayard, Iowa, and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes of LuVerne. Mrs. Clifford Holmos returned home Sunday alter spending five days assisting in the home of her son and family, .Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and Jeff of Ames whiiile Mrs. Holmes was in. the hospital in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hintz and family of Sioux City were weekend guests in the home of Mr. Hintz's mother, Mrs. Martha Hintz. i Soldier from Irvington goes to Viet Nam Irvington — Pvt. Terry Chamberlain, Fort Ord, Calif, •apilived at his parents, the Merle Chamberlains, Algona, Saturday on leave. He will report to the receiving center at Oakland, Calif., 'November 8 and from there the destination is Viet Nam. En* route to Oakland he will stop for a few days at Phoenix, Ariz., to visit the Maynord Guderians. Mrs. Guderian and 'Mrs. Merle Chamberlain 'are sisters. berts, Irvington. the Htrry ChriMensens, HumboHt, were callew Monday at Merle Ch«mbcrl«in'8, Algona. They were enroute home from West Brook, Minn., where they visited Mrs, Chamberlain's slater, Mrs. Anna Christensen. The Kenneth Honeys left Tuesday for Wahkon, Minn,, where they will spend a few days with the Roy Blythes, former residents of Irvington. • • Council Minutes IN COLLEGE BAND The Wilbert Ruhnkes were in Ames, Oct. 15 to see their son David, student at the university. David, a freshman, is a member of the marching band, in which he plays the trumpet. The band participates in all home games and so far this season has marched for three. The band will be in Kansas City Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 28 and 29. They will march and play -at halftime Saturday for the university football game. Sunday when the Kansas City professional football team plays the game will be televised arid the Iowa State marching band will again participate at halftime. David is planning on majoring in farm operation. PLAN EVENTS The Algona Bit and Spur Club held a board meeting at James McEnroe's, October 19. For winter events, Dhere are planned a tobogganing party, box social and a card party. The dates will be set >at the next meeting in November. Present were President, Jim McEnroe; vice, Eppo Bulten, sec.-treas., Carroll Allen, directors, Ruth McEnroe and Kathy Wibben, and the reporter, Vicky Setmer. The need for more adult members was discussed. Anyone interested, with or without a horse may join. H interested, contact Carroll Allen, or any of the board members. Sunday dinner guests at GeraM Coleman's for Mrs. Coleman's birthday were her mother, Mrs. Henry Stevens, Ogden, Mrs. Lester Treloar, Fort Dodge, the Kenneth Potters, Aefctey, the Toby Eastmans, Algona. Callers in the afternoon were the David Coleman's, Livermore, and in the evening, the Tony EJ- TOWM Of IUVIRNI COUNCIL MOCIIDINGS , ott. a, wr Council met In regular stsslon with Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilmen present: Zentner, Holmes, and Lawson. Councilmen absent: Nielsen and Gronbach. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. • The Clerk presented the following bills: ' I. P. S. Co. .207.98 Bertie Ramus • 5,00 Martin Jemen '.__• 50000 Holland Wolllne ._ 316.13 Fred Goetsch • 92.10 Harold Trauger 111.50 N. W. Bell Telephone 40.07 Traugers Mkt. 16.37 LuVerne Fire Apparatus Co. 2.57 Bituminous Mat. Co. 21.25 DX Station 38.15 Sadie Wagner 4.00 Lowell's Skelly 8.89 Humboldt Co. Auditor 1.25 Matt Porrott & Son* 16.55 Dau's Garage „ 32.28 Chemco Co. Inc. 57.65 LuVeme Ins. Agency 90.00 Thorpe Well Co. 3112.00 Ed Elbert 20.00 Jerry Stille 7.50 Myron Hinz i..i 7.50 Fred Goetsch 74.50 Humboldt Co. Abstracting Co. 95.00 Curtis Chopin 19.36 Martin Jensen 1,00 Kossuth Co. Advance 11.46 DX Sunray 26.10 Motion by Zentner and seconded by Holmes to allow the bills as read. Motion carried. Motion by Holmes and seconded by Lawson to issue Cord a Class B'Beer Permit. Motion carried. Motion by Zentner and seconded by Lawson to issue Ruger and Cord a Class C Liquor license and the American Legion a Class A Liquor License. Motion carried. Mayor Mollory named Barbara- Holmes, Margaret Lindebak, and Ollie Stall as judges, and Thelma Trauger and Marilyn Zentner as clerks for the election November 7. Motion by Zentner and seconded by Holmes for the Clerk to write for bids on pumping equipment for the new well. Motion carried. Motion by Holmes and seconded by Lawson to give Wolly Ruger a Bldg. permit to build a new brick front on his building. Motion carried. Resolution was mode by Zentner and seconded by Holmes to accept the gift of land offered the town by Martin Jensen, and agree to spend $500.00 to improve the property , for a park or : camping area. .-1 :>'- -"<r : •< <••..*.: Ayes: Zentner, Holmes and Lawson. Nays: None. , This Resolution was passed this 2nd day of October, 1967. » .. - Mayor James Mallory Attest: H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk. Since no objectors appeared, a Resolution was made by Zentner and seconded by Holmes to issue a quit claim Deed to the Border* Co. for the sum of $10.00, the portion of Linn St. as advertised in the Kossuth Co. Advance. This Resolution was passed this 2nd day of October. 1967. Ayes: Zentner, Holmes and Lawson. Nays: None. ... ., Mayor James Mallory Attest: H. G. Trouger. After a petition wos presented, A Resolution was made by Zentner and seconded by Holmes to issue a notice of special election to change the Council terms to 4 years, and stagger the terms thereof. Ayes: Zentner, Holmes and Lawson. Nays: None. This Resolution was passed this 2nd day of October, 1967. A.. . u ,. . **oyor James Mallory A »t"»- H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk. Motion to adiourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Receipt! fer September, 1««7 General 490 Street inai Public Safety ~~~ 86 Sanitation I ., 17? Mun. Ent. "" 258 Recreation " I'JK Utilities II 5 ;|| Total 2693 Published in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algono. Iowa October 26, 1967. ' ' •OARD PROCCIOIN6S TWfNTIITH DAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1947 SEPTEMBER $ESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, and Garry McDonald, Lawrence Newbrough, Andrew Reising and Ernie Schmidt. Absent: None. It was motioned that the following claims be paid. SECONDARY ROAD FUND Everds Bros., Proj. 580 (2) 14,868.85 P & M Stone Co. and Welp & McCarten, Aggregate . 2,920.50 Albers Oil Co., Supplies .. 19.49 Elmer Dote Co., Maint. No. 2 14,850.81 Everds Bros., Proj. 576 1) & 586 & 575 (I) 17,459.83 Faber Const. Co., Proj. 601, 605, 606 22,419.00 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas .. 8.51 Alg. Mun. Util.. Util. 13.86 P 1 M Stone Co. & McCarten, Aggregate 7,965.00 Everds Bros. Inc., Proj. 569 (2) --1-- 27,900.00 Everds Bros. Inc., Pro|. No. 503 (14) 18,649.23 Payroll Fund, Sec. Rd. 20.716.99 G. J. Van De Riet & Sons Inc., Stump removal 1,423.00 Lawrence Schumacher, Borrow ' Pit 1 550.50 Marvin t, Ed Tigges, Borrow Pit ; 555.50 Mrs. Kathleen Fitzgerald, Borrow Pit __ 400.00 Elmer Dole Co., Gravel Stockpile 21,600.54 Elmer Dole Co., Gravel ... 2,315.88 Everds Bros., Final: Proj. 610 & 580 (2) - 4,092.22 Humboldt Concrete Products, Pipe --• . .... 2,243.12 Greenberg Auto Supply, Supplies — ... Blanchard Lumber & Hdwe Co., Supplies Herman M. Brown Co., Supplies j._ Armco S'eel Co., Pipe N. W. Bell Tel., Tel. United Build. Center, Supplies 1- Fenton Motor Co., Repairs Cummin; Mid-Wfjt Co., Inc., Parts ...' Standard Oil, Fuel John Thompson, Labor Trgpke Elec., Repairs Elrn*r Dole Co., Final: Pro). Great Plain*'Supply Co., Supplie* ^,:?1L..,..- 81.57 K«rfmo Motor Co., Parti .. 54.10 Duketiarf-Hughts tractor Co., Part* ..- 203.76 Const. Mach. Co., Parts .. 82.85 Ready Mix of Lakota, Supplies, 28.75 Standard Oil, Fuel ... . 58.59 Bell's Saw Shop. Equipment 346.30 Cent. la. Tel., Tel 27.22 Cent. la. Tel., t*l. 15.06 Anderson Elec., Repairs .. 23.65 Craig Thilges, Labor ..... 404.00 Lyman Oil Co., Supplies 80.40 Blair Welding, Repairs 27.50 Goplerud Lubricants, Inc., Supplies ; ' 19.65 Reynolds Mach. Co., Parts . 13.26 Wm. Prothmon, Labor & Equipment —, 1,647.00 Big Bear, Inc., Supplies .. 3.14 Town of West Bend, Elec. . 1.00 Titonka Tel. Co., Tel. 11.33 Titonka Form Store, Parts . 18.21 August Hennlngs Jr., Labor 22.50 Coast to Coast, Supplies .. 9.95 Advance Pub. Co., Supplies 14.00 la. Elec. L. & Pwr. Co., Elec. 2.87 Veeo, Supplies 2.50 Cook's Welder "Supply Inc.. Supplies 36.00 P. R. Irons. Parts 1.50 W. E. Ley Motor Co., Parts . 16.59 Alg. Impl. Co., Parts 9.13 Miller Lbr Co., Supplies ... 4.02 Brayton Radiator Serv., Repairs 13.80 L. R. Coop. Tel., Tel. 20.01 Ft, Dodge Mach. & Supply Co., Supplies 123.75 Joe Bradley Equip., Parts . 233.76 Premier Autoware Co., Supplies 161,73 Sieg Ft. Dodge Co., Parts .. 103.15 Ellsworth Lumber Co., Supplies 1,780.21 21.74 29.75 515.58 100.00 11.70 20.40 6.15 35.10 1.75 9.00 11.45 3.00 107.40 53.36 535.26 160.31 15.90 24.83 87.00 272.75 252.28 46.23 Swoney Equipment Co., Parts 213.33 Farrow Bros., Labor & Parts 788.00 Sunray DX, Fuel 609.19 Standard Oil, Fuel 397.73 COUNTY FUND Post Office, Postage 600.00 Alg. Mun. Util., Util. 167.34 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas - 5.08 Payroll Fund, Payroll ..... 9,389.80 Payroll Funj), Payroll 5,734.48 Mrs. Marvin Andersen, Matron 70.00 Ralph Lindhorst, Bd. & Lodge of Prisoners 126.00 Ralph Lindhorst, Meals, Mileage and Assistance . 335.70 . Eppo Bulten, Mileage —_ 56.80 Donald Wood, Mileage 95.12 Tom's Radio & TV, Repairs 62.72 Doris Culbertson, Extra Help Nurse -. 83.75 Joyce Hoyden, Mileage 53.40 Culligan, Soft Water 6.50 Honsbruch Drug, Supplies . 19.45 Drs, Schutter & Koob, Medical 41.00 IBM, Supplies 5.12 Pitney-Bowes Inc., Rent __•_ 153.45 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas ... 22.00 Pratt Elec., Repairs 4.26 Greenberg Auto Supply, Parts 2.46 N. W. Bell, Tel. 381.37 Koch Bros., Supplies 16.05 Klipto Printing Co., Supplies 1.50 Advance Pub. Co., Supplies 7.16 Panama Carbon Co., Supplies - 18.86 Fidlar & Chambers Co., Supplies 18.91 Xerox, Supplies 93.83 P. R. Irons, Repairs 52.20 Honeywell, Supplies 282.12 Addressograph Co., Supplies 23.60 Allen Buchanan, Reports -_ 28.00 Marvin Wauyer, Apiary Expense 58.04 Dale Smolley, Apiary Expense 76.66 Jos. M. Rooney, M. D., Blood Test 5.00 Frank D. Edington, M. D., Tests 10.00 Advance Pub. Co., Proceedings 149.97 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., ~ — ; s ^Proceedings' US. - - -i' - - :&£.» - i". '•• 142:'62i Advance "••'-'•-•'--• 437.84 149.67 67.63 2,119.71 57.08 119.18 3.00 15.68 37.62 1,090.00 5.00 Gibbs-Cook Equip., Parts - 656.45 West la. Tel. Co., Tel. 7.38 J. B. Mertz & Son, Parts - 16.95 Thermogas Co. of Algono. Fuel „.... 700 &££.,*&%! Supplies 1,376.90 Michael Todd 4 Co., Parts . 1,346.12 Elmore Concrete Prod. Co., Tile 95.00 Brown Supply Co., Parts .. 3,172.70 Taylor Motor. Ports 24.04 ings .. ..'. 149.97 City of Algona, Amb. Service 400.00 Walter MacDonald, Expenses 176.03 Co. Treasurer, Bounty 96.51 DRAINAGE FUND Kruse Engineering, Dr. 4 - 396.19 Koss. Soil Conserv., Dr. 4 210.00 John Thompson, Dr. 4 7.50 Stanley Fagre, Dr. 4 5,654.52 Lee Sutton, Dr. 4 Lot. 24-33 6,361.20 Koss. Co. Soil Conserv., Dr. 51 90.00 John Thompson, Dr. 64 100.00 Stanley Fagre, Dr. 72 ----- 2,876.40 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 80 . 396.90 Koss. Soil Conserv., Dr. 84 . .60.00 Koss. Soil Conserv., Dr. 90 - 195.00 Koss. Soil Conserv., Dr. 105 112.50 John Thompson, Dr. 133 .. 70.00 John Thompson, Dr. E. K. 2 101.35 Koss. Soil Conserv., Dr. E. K. 2 49.50 Sec. Rd., Dr. H. K. 3-46 .. 6.16 John Thompson, Dr. PAK I 15.00 Wallace Holland etal, Dr. 68136 Lot. 2 - 296.75 Erven Anderson, Dr. EKPA 1 32.50 PAYROLL FUND Wendel Warwick, Co. Home 237.50 Alma Warwick, Co. Home . 237.50 K, C. Kern, Co. Home 212.50 Rosetta Kern, Co. Home .. 212.50 L. C. Rovn, Probation 200.74 B. G. Reynolds, Probation . 127.39 Kenneth Richardson, Probation 159.61 Dr. Richard Snyder, Med. Exam. 21.00 Janice Funk, Aud. - Extra Help - 60.00 Dr. R. D. Brainerd, Dep. Med. Exam. 24.20 Lola Scuff ham. Registrar .. 15.25 Maxine Momyer, Extra Help Clerk 2400 Wayne Keith, Salary and Expenses 368.58 Homer Downs, Weed. Comm. 378.70 Clarence Priebe, Weed Comm. 355.30 Arthur Johnson, Weed Comm. ' 344,65 Andrew Reding, Weed Comm 363.90 Vincent Doughan, Weed. Comm. 284.70 Selmer Uhr, Weed Comm. . 312.35 Andrew Reising, Meetings & Mileage 696.50 Garry McDonald, Meetings & Mileage . 656.60 A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & •Mileage 766.30 L. A. Newbrough, Meetings & Mileage 729.90 Earnie Schmidt, Meetings & Mileage 656.10 H. M. Smith, Engineer' 1,00000 John Fraser, Asst. Engineer 650.00 Tommy Aaron, Inspector . 797 40 Marilyn Schneider, Clerk .. 350.00 Wayne Doege, Rodman 371 00 Wayne Christiansen, Rodman 371.00 Mads Christiansen, Checker 565.50 M. E. Blanchard, Labor 480.00 Clarence Hentges, Labor .. 566.00 Donald Hairuinger, Labor . 480.00 Clifford Holmes, Labor 568.00 George Kpckler, Labor 48000 Ben Metzger, Labor 528.00 Marcell Reding, Labor 2000 Leo Ramus, Labor 484.00 John Schueler Jr., Labor .. 46500 Fred Sleeker, Labor 464.00 Charles Thompson, Labor .. 480.00 Geo. Weringa, Labor 46400 Gerald Wibben. Labor 48400 Cyril Wagner, Labor 512.00 C. E. Zaugg, Labor 569.75 Clifford Blanchard, Labor . 460.00 Detain Blumer, Labor 54400 Melvin Baas, Labor 554.00 Raymond Baade, Labor 48940 John Bauer, Labor 475.00 John Eller Jr., Labor 46000 Alyin Ewing, Labor 38000 Dale Helmers, Labor 46750 Richard Hoberer, Labor -. 504.00 Earl Johns, Labor 49450 A. J. Kollasch, Labor 508.00 Urban Neuroth, Labor 46000 Elmer Ricks, Labor 46300 Erich Willrett, Labor 536.00 James Walker, Labor 461 00 Orville Weilond, Labor --- 461 50 Henry Zweifel, Labor 460.00 POOR FUND Payroll Fund, Poor 1,312.63 Mc-elia Walker, Lobor 7900 Algong Locker, Rent 1200 Thermogos, Fuel 46 19 Lindsay Soft Water, Supplies 49.30 Coast to Coast, Supplies . 7.42 Miller Lbr. Co.. Supplies - 17.05 Chemco Inc^ Supplies ... 28.40 la. State Industries, Supplies _„ 9858 Algona Flour 4 Feed, Sup- plies .i.^.... N. W. Bell, Tel. Honsbruch Drug, Medical . Drs. Schutter & Koob, Medi. col . ...-.....Keck Inc.. Freight ... Lolng's Plb. & Mfg., Repairs Arts-Way Co., Parts . Joe'Bradley Equip., Parts . Alg. Mach. Shop, Repairs .. Insurance Insurance —... Arwell Inc., Spraying .. Co. Treds., Prepaid Bill Finn's Bakery, Food ;__ Sjogren Groe., Food M. «. J. R. Hakes, Food ... Const. Coop. Creameries, • Food Ervln : Emick, Supplies J. C. Penney Co., Clothing . DX Co., Fuel Drs. Shey & Gotten, Vet Fees Whitte. Coop. Elevator, Supplies Algona Produce, Supplies . *o.*j Federal Food Stamp, Food: Inez Lamb 24.00; Glen Parcel 50.00; John Hel- derscheidt 20.00; Richard Parsons 86.00; Doris Culbertson 18.00; Ella Govern 12.00; Floyd Riebsamen 28.00; Bernard Lecper 35.00; Joe Rapp 16,00; Audrey Frye 16.00 Louis Bartlett, Rent: Glen Parcel 25.00 A. F. Van Buren, Rent; Robert Jones 145.00 Mary Copp, Rent: Rose Hahle 35.00 Wm. Boettcher, Rent: Roelf Miller 40.00 Marvel Immerfall, Mileage . 34.70 Garry McDonald, Mileage: Bert Muckey 49.80 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Fuel: William Gustin 4.32 Town of Whittemore, Elec.: Mrytle Frost 17.05 Interstate Pwr. Co., Elec.: Floyd Reib- samen 9.85 Drs. Swanson etal, Medical: Raymond Weig 65.00 St. Jos. Hosp., Medical: Raymond Weig 276.20 Park Clinic, Medical: Ella Govern 10.50; Martha Gifford 6.00 Drs. Schutter <l Koob, Medical: Ken Summers 6.00; Helen Strickler 25.00 Jos. M. Rooney, M. D., Medical: Ken Summers 25.00 Dan L. Bray, M. D., Medical: Will Gustin 35.00 T. J. Egan, M. D., Medical: Joe Rapp 8.00 * Dr. L. A. Henriksen, Medical: Margaret O'Conner 3.00 Drs. Hutchinson & Sunner, Medical: Joan Brown 20.00 . O'Connell Bros., Medical: Joan Brown 18.05 Honsbruch Drug, Medical: Herman Wichtendahl 2.10 St. Jos. Hosp., Medical: Elaine Christensen 87.77 W. C. Robb, M. D., Medical: Elaine Cnristensen 51,00 Ccrro Gordo Blood Bank, Medical: Anna Zittritsch 75.00 Buff. Center Hosp., Medical: Alvin " Lloyd 82.10 Lee & Grifhorst Drug Co., Medical: Floyd Riebsamen 6.50 Dr. Shaw, Medical: Floyd Riebsomen Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical: Audrey Frye 20.00; Mae McLean 8.50 Helen Johnson 24.00 Doris Culbertson, Extra Help- ' Relief Office 1000 East End Groc., Food: Wm. Gustin 20.00 Fareway Stores, Food: Malinda Jennings 10.00 Droes;,;er Mkt., Food: Vivian Berdahl Mrs. Joe Miller, Clothing: Glen Par<••>! 50.53 S & L Store, Clothing: Malinda Jennings 34.30 He len Johnson, Keep: Rose Westling Good Sam. Home, Keep: Margaret Hou- bach 232.50; Ben Foulken 458.80; Nettie Fisher 506.00 Valley Vue Nurs. Home, Keep: John Cassem 52.00 State of .Iowa, ADC, Blind, ; , ..Emergency, Disabled ... 278201 •;.••& STATE INSTITUTION FUND " Nora Springs Nurs. Home, Keep Buff. Cent. Clinic, Medical L. A. Bascom, M. D., Medical Mrs. Helen Zaugg, Keep""" Guest House, Keep " Tommy Dale Home, Keep Woodward Hosp., Keep _. Alma Leegaard Home, Keep Bridgman Drug, Medical Dr. Morgan, Keep Polk Co. Hosp., Keep Oakdale Hosp., Keep COURT FUND" Payroll Fund, Court | 963 87 Frank Ross, Expenses "II ' J. H. Andreasen, Costs Gordon L. Winkel, Costs" CONSERVATION FUND Advance Pub. Co., Supplies Wayne Christiansen, Labor Alice 4 Lyle Steele, Misc. John Fraser, Labor Jon Miller, Misc. .... ,., Fullerton Lumber Co Sup-" *«•':> plies 7n ln Virgil P. Elbert, RVpalrV".". 117.65 Joe n °Mille* Ur Labor ) ''_ .^_ Ppl ' es ' -|'|'" CIVIL DEFENSY 248 00 - 7'oo 3950 1 19^69 15400 46500 22 00 lOo'oO |2'65 is^'on 3450 ?'00 2500 6000 571 14 no 300 00 2700 WI T |l_ U/l Payroll Fund, Payroll jyv 2 s Don? Culbertson, Payroll 468O SOLDIERS RELIEF FUND ° Elmer Phillips, Rent ... Bernard Schrauth, Rerrt Town of Burt, Util. Town of Bancroft, Util N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas"" la Pub. Serv. Co., Elec. .." Alg. Mun. Util., Elec St. Ann Hosp., Med. Park Clinic, Med. """ Wm. McTaggart, M. D Med. . ' T. J. Egan, M. D., Med Swanson's, Food Dunn Grocery, Food Droessler's Mkt., Food Corner Store, Food Leonard Warner, Mileage"" McCullough Funeral Chapel Mileage ~' Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Salveson, Keep 392.28 100.00 22.50 22.60 40.56 21.27 32.62 22.15 33.00 228.00 20.00 26.00 167.00 20.00 60.05 145.00 17.40 15.00 18.00 10.40 Luth Home Find. Soc., Keep osil Everett Attig, Keep J. p 443 Howard Andrews, Meeting" Lee Davidson, Meeting .." Marvel mmerfall, Clerk .. Ske ly Oil Co., Fuel Welp Drug, Medical ... B 3S Clear Lake Med. Group " Medico1 -'— 154.40 Surgical Assoc., Medical 141.00 Dr. R. T. Evans, Medical .. 4.00 LuVerne Clinic, Medical .. 59.90 East End Grocery, Food 15.00 J. C. Penney Co., Clothing 8.98 " S & L Co., Clothing 40.8) Garry Funeral Home, Ambulance 27.54 David Smith, Meeting 5.00 Marvel Immerfall, Clerk .. 25.00 BANGS FUND Jay D. Rush, Inspection -- 16.00 Leon Henning, Inspection - 22.00 J.. J. Cecil, Inspection 16.00 D. F. Diemer, Inspection - 5.50 T. D. Rossing, Inspection . 12.50 E. J. Capesius, Inspection 6.50 J. K. Hill, Inspection 12.00 D. J. Shey, Inspection 39 50 A. J. Gotten, Inspection, -- 57.50 T. J. Lensing, Inspection . 65.50 W. B. Redman Jr., Inspection 6.50 A. R. Cullen, Inspection --- 40.50 T. D. Rossing, Inspection . 41.00 A. E. Siekmeier, Inspection 3.50' E. J. Capesius, Inspection .. 59.50 J. K. Hill, Inspection 109.50 A. W. R. Lichter, Inspection 29.50 H. H. Raney, Inspection 22.00 J. A. Sanftner, Inspection - 5.50 D. J. Shey, Inspection 25.00 A. J. Gotten, Inspection -- 69.50 J. E. Uren, Inspection 23.50 T. J. Lensing, Inspection _. 150.00 W. B. Redman Jr., Inspec - tion 30.00 J. T. Waite, Inspection 57.00 J. D. Rush, Inspection ... 185.50 D. G. Jacobson, Inspection 25.00 • Rqlph Johnson, Inspection . 7.00 Leonard Anderson, Indemnity 12.50 T. B. FUND Leon L. Henning, Inspection 161.25 J. K. Hill, Inspection 97.50 A. J; Gotten, Inspection .. 5.00 On motion adjournment. was taken until October-2, 1967. A. M. Kollosch, Chairman, Board of Supervisors Attest: Marc Moore, Kossulh Co. Auditor Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa. October 26, 1967.

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