Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1966 · Page 2
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Karen Thilges married Karen Elizabeth Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Thilges, West Bend, and Sylvester Berte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berte Sr., Bode, were married Jan. 26 at 9:30 at St. Peter and Paul's church. Rev. John Canivski performed the double ring ceremony. Attending the bride was her sister, Lee Ann Thilges, as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Helen Berte, sister of the groom. Ushers were Bernard Thilges and Joseph Berte Jr. Donald and Matt Berte, William and John Schany were acolytes. A dinner was held at the La- Fiesta club for the wedding par ty. A reception was held from two to four o'clock. Mrs. Thomas Altman had the guest book. Mrs. Sylvester Thilges and Mrs, Lawrence Thilges poured. Mrs. Charles Albrictht and Mrs. Donald Lickteig cut the cake. Mrs. Gary Banwart, Mrs. Thilges and Cecelia Berte opened the gifts. They are living on a farm near LuVerne. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! PUBLIC NOTICES Raymond CarlMn, Jury Fees - 47160 Ralph Dimler, Jury Fees 21.00 Elizabeth Degon, Jury Fees .. 35.70 Walter, Elbeft, Jury Fees 15.30 Emify Eisenmonn, Jury Fees -- ' 45.00 LoVonne Eisenborth, Jury Fee* 41.30 Herman Fober Jury Fees 5 °.J° Dan Foley, Jury Fees - 42.00 Carl Froehlich, Jury Fee* 51.20 Ruth Guderian, Jury Fees — 35.70 Dwlght Gorrett, Jury Fees ... 21.60 Helen Gross,'Jury Fees 78.00 Bill Goeti, Jury Fees 39.00 John Griose, Jury Fees 62.40 John Hood, Jury Fees 5.10 Gwen Harris, Jury Fees ~ 61.20 Edna Isebrond, Jury Fees 22.50 Raymond Kramer, Jury Fees - "18.00 Sherdon Merrill, Jr., Jury Fees 20.40 Cecile Ann Norton, Jury Fees 35.70 Maxine Momyer, Jury Fees -- 5.10 Zeldo McGuire, Jury Fees — 10.20 Milo Patterson, Jury Fees 54.40 Ed Richter, Jury Fees 56.00 Wilbur Studer, Jury Fees 6.80 Ivy Simmons Jury Fees . 66.00 Joyce Schoby, Jury Fees 15.30 i Shirley Schnotzer, Jury Fees .. 19.80 Henry Van Hove, Jury Fees -- 62.40 Mario Thill, Jury Fees 48.00 Clara Thul, Jury Fees 41.30 Mildred Winkel, Jury Fees ... 15.60 Clarence Yager, Jury Fees — 7.0C Drainage Advance- Pub. Co., Drain 4, Lots; 24 & 33 22.93 Cdrroll Potter, Drain 9 4.9C Francis Kollosch, Drain 9 4.9( Lelond Wildin, Drain 9 4.9C Wm. Runchey, Drain 9 4.91 John Thompson, Drain 20 22.5C Marvin Kruse, Drain 34 137.4( John Thompson, Drain 69 30.W John Thompson, Drain 72 20.01 John Thompson, Drain 90 --- 25.01 John Thompson, Drain 98 12.5( Marvin Kruse, Drain 99 263.04 Advance Pub. Co., Drain 99 -_ 10.6< John Thompson, Drain 133 -- 10.01 John Thompson, Drain 141 -- 57.51 John Thompson, Drain 157 __ 12.02 Beck Excavating Co., Drain 177 223.50 Marvin Kruse, Drain 177 --- 242.3 John Thompson, E.K. 2 5.W Sc. Road Fund, HK 2-36 25.5i John Thompson, HK 3-46 2.5' Sec. Road Fund, HK 3-46 -- 39.4 John Thompson, PAK 1 30.0 Sec. Road Fund, WK 20-66 -- 14.9 Secondary Mea4 Fund Elmer Dole & Everds Bros., Construction 35,962.3 Elmer Dole & Everds . Bros., Maintenance 3.21/.8 Elmer Dole & Everds Bros., _ Construction 28 '7?s'S awrence Doege, Gravel 115.2 ames Merrymon, Construction 17,100.00 >4. C. Public Service, Gas Ser- ; vice -- — — - W.69 Algono Mun. Utilities, Elec., Serv i ce -- ____------- 25.50 William Leeror, Clay - .«2Z5 ! 22 M. T. McGuire, Construction - 10,098.90 ames Merryman, Construction 23,792.68 aber Construction, Const. 7,595.25 aber .Construction, Const. 5,166.87 aber Construction, Const. 11,635.62 llmer. Dole & Everds Bros., ,. 04nBA Construction : ?'5S8'2S 'ayroll Fund, Payroll 3,050.00 'ayroll Fund, Payroll 16;175.63 Orland Peterson, ROW ?28^2 Marie Rotterman, ROW 2 2 9'52 Einer Hanson, ROW 2 ?192 Howard Lewis, ROW 7 2'5° Fred Kading, ROW _ 1??'22 Wm. Drayton, ROW ?5?-22 John Rich, ROW —- 220.50 Lawrence Walders, ROW iiS'fS .eo Guerdet, ROW 592-|° Earl Preston, ROW 248 '52 Otto Kelly, ROW — 98.00 Ben Schmidt, ROW .Si'Si Lawrence Rath, ROW 2 i5'22 Olive Person, ROW - 26.00 Milton Marlbw, ROW 210.00 Fred Schmidt, ROW 21='25 Robert Schmidt, Jr., ROW _— 248.50 Hilda Gross, ROW 122.5C Alfred Schadendorf, ROW .— 227.5J Ben Schmidt, ROW 129.5C Chris Dahl, ROW — - '26.00 Lloyd Madden, ROW 101.5J Ralph Hammerstrom. ROW 206 -5: Verle Nelson, ROW -— 300.0( Claude Johnson, Clay 264.52 Elmer Dole & Everds Bros., „_„_, Construction — 3.'?5.8I Everds Bros., Construction 5,921.6, James Merryman, Construction 1,425.6, Geerdes Implement, Supplies - 25.51 Johnson Automotive, Repairs '_ 8.4< Clarence Vaske, Fill 25.00 All Wheel Drive, Parts 33.81 Snap On Tool, Parts 14.7, Bradley Equipment, Ports .fZ-?I Sieg Fort Dodge Co., Parts — 4 \~i-~ l> : Ed Rowlet, Supplies -— 25.45 Algona Machine Shop, T Supplies .„.. r 3-0 1 J. R. Scluit|eiy -Supplied'UT.SD 10U.l 8.7P Igona Locker Plant, Provisions --- -„---:••: Coop Creomefies, Provisions - nns Bakery, Provisions pencer Grocery, Provisions -D. Sparks, Provisions -- r - ofionol. Food Stores, Provis- C. Penney" Co., clothing -4, L Store, Clothing ities Service Oil Co., Vhittemore Elevator, lorley Hanson, Wehrspan, nci -•- ,lenn Lloyd, Rent: Elsie Lloyd en Eden, Rent: Alvina Fiscn ouis Bartlett, Rent: loyd Dixon, Rent: R. Cook, Rent: 67.80 122.76 71.65 20,16 10.75 Fuel .Feed -Rent: Chos. Elbert ouis Wehrspan, Rent: Inez Lamb 54.54 14.78 13.10 44.37 379.71 40.00 .- 45.00 25.00 25.00 , Glen Parcel 25.00 Albert Cutler 25.00 Audrey Frye 25.00 Xarvel Immerfall, Mileage -- 86.60 Service: John Romer 30~00, Hannah Pearson \O.M,Ber^na Bott 10.00, Dora Mitchell 20.00, An- vie: Albin eftr'sTn Peterson 40.00, Mrs. . .ler'o Supply, Fuel: Dale Douglas 16.90 Murray Hevator, Fuel: Kenneth Summers 1 0 ft 7 Standard Oil Co., Fuel: Mrs. John Gov- Town o 3 f' 94 Whittemore, Myrtle Frost 44.68 Town of Bancroft, Water: K 4 H Oil Co., Fuel: Boeckholt 35.66 . Humboldt Coop. Elec., Electric Kenneth Summers 64.67 Sunrov DX Gas Co., Fuel: Chas. 1675, Thomas Moe 15.80, Electric Service: Joe Rapp 9.21 Mrs. Herman Service Elber Donna Ste- MACHINERY and 2nd all. 13.50 10.00 Fang- Mildred Ter- ... Ann Hospital, Frank Schumacher 424.20, John Van Hise 670.00, Wm. Leisner 7.80, Rose Jennings 273.90, Rise Miller 74.65, Joseph Smith 453.00, James Scobbo 143.35, Sam Eggers 20.00, Sam Eggers 461.60, Nettie Tisher 495.50, Bertha Batt a 40 - 5 , 0 ^ 1 ^ : tOl .— T~~r \A7olo 1 1*^fl Dovid Show MedicoI ' GCOTQG vveIQ Dr. C. Adams, Medical: Allen Hafl Or. Richard Bose, Medcial: George Thue°nte ^Drug Medical: Mae McLean 500, Mary Hentges 36.40. Total 41.40 Or J. Rooney, Midical: °"~ Atk.nson FrarVk° Jenkinson, Medical: John Von Dr. H C V 5 '°Lindholm, Medical: Albin Peterson 12.00 Von Norman Drug, Medical: Rusk* Drug 0 Co., Medical: Bernard Gifford 11.00, Audrey Frye 36.55, Thomas Devine 9.90, Mrs. James Walker 6.70. ,m CrHuHcr & Koob, Medical* Mrs, James Walker 3.00,' Allen Hall 9 Oa Rose Miller 11.25, Bernard Gifford^.OC Dr T<>t Don " ~Br~<~i, " ~Medlc~o~l7 " "Nettie "*^-' Dr 78 R ?5 K. Richardson, Medical: Mae Me Lean 22.75, Audrey Frye IS.OO.^Tog Ho'y F~amfly~~Hospftaf,~~MYcfical: George Fanaman 337.60 _ Dr. M. G. Bourne, Medical: Sam Eggei Dr't) 5 G. Bock, Medical: Ala Godfrey Dr 7 °John Kenefick, Medical: Frank Schu macher 79.50, Bertha Batt 12.50, Ida Schumacher 50.00. Total — — 142.0 University Hospitals, Medical: Darrel Green 141.30, Ed Juchem 20.50, Hilma Kiflkbush 146.50, Kristin? Parker 121.82, Michael Thill 16.90, Shell Struthers 24.50, Tim Mogler 39.50 Thomas Devine 7.00, David Devine 3675, Cleo Black 95.20. Total 649.9 Shillington Hardware, Repairs: Joe Bracks Store, Provisions: LeRoy mann 40.00 . . Hoods Cash Store, Provisions: Mrs. Govern 50.00 National Food Store, Provisions: Parcel 40.00, Audrey Frye 20.00 Summers 20.00, Floyd Salisbury -----Total - 110.00 Vogels Store," Provisions: Bernard Gifford 70.00, Bernard Leeper 70.00. Total _ _ 140.00 Cowing" Food Market, Provisions: Bertha Busch 15.00, Joe Rapp 20.00. corripcl -200 Bu. Motion by Kollaoch and seconded by lathe that Leonard Warner be appoint' ed 1st Janitor ot the, Cdurfbouse and Walter Woods be the Assistant at $385 or Woods per month and $420 par month for Warner. Ayes: all. Nays: none. WO Mofion 0f bf Kollasch and Banded by Newbrough that Wm. «, Noro Burnett >e appointed 1st Couple and Mr. Jfrs. Wendell Warwick be appointed couple ot the County Farm. Ayes: ^lavs: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that Harold Swonson, Armstrong, be appointed to the Kossuth Co. Conservation Board of a five year term beginning Jon. I, 1966. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that Dr. Snyder, Sweo City, be appointed County Medical Examiner for the .year 1966. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. .... Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that the Kossuth County Bee Assoc. be allowed $300 for bee inspection. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion car' G Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that the fourth quarterly reports be approved for the Auditor, Clerk, Recorder and Sheriff. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollosch that January 5th, 1966 be set for the County Home inventory. Ayes all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Kollosch and seconded by Newbrough that claim against the es tote of Trwin Altiier for $642.38 be settled for $178.63. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. ' _._.._ Motion by Kolloseh and seconded by Newbrough that the fourth quarterly reports oiTDella Welter. (J.P.); N. J. Nemmers, (J.P.); and Milton Norton, (J.P.), e approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Moon carried. ... Motion by Newbrough and seconded by <ollosch that the 1965 report for the Co. Agriculture Extension Education be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: _none. Motion arried. Motion by Kolloseh and seconded by 'lathe that the Kossuth County Conser- •ation Report be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Kolloseh and seconded by lathe that Reinald P. Salz be allowed a Class "B" beer permit refund in amount of $75. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Me Donald and seconded by Plathe that Joyce Hayden, Co. Nurse, be appointed for the year 1966 and the, raise by the state approved. Ayes: all. •Jays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Plothe that Garry Me Donald be appointed to the Mental Health Board. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Kollosch and seconded by Me Donald that application for discharge of John A. Kramersmeier In the guardianship of Wm. Kramersmeier be op- jrpved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion :a'rried. On motion adjournment was taken until January 5, 1966. Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor John H. Rode, Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Second Day January S, 1966 Special January Session The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment for the purpose of inventory of the County Home. Those present were John Rode, Chairman, and A. M. Kollasch, Gorry Me Donald, Lawrence Newbrough and Charles Plathe. Absent: none. Inventory of Kasiuth Caunly Farm Taken January 5, 1966 HOGS 7 Butcher Pigs at 100.00 700.00 99 Fall Pigs at 23.50 — 2,326.50 .00 ...------ 2.200.00 1 1 1 2 1 I 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 3 4 1 4 1 1 3 1 1 2 Irtt. Plow (3'16" Bottoms) Cultivator 4-Row Plow w Plohter Electric Drills Formall H 13.725.00 325.00 115.00 400.00 50.00 3.000,00 400.00 40.00 850.00 1,500.00 Other Three-Bottom Plows -Threshing Mochine &. Drive Belt Potato Digger Side Rake Endgote Seeder Spring Tooth Harrow Manure .Spreader Farm & Truck Wagon Boxes Wagons : Plow (J"." " b" "3"-Bot to m 14") Fanning Mill Tractor Disc - Grain Elevator —a-Self Feeders Strainers Milk Tank ---Five Gal. Cream Cans Surge Milking Machine 5 Units Stock Cutter Hog Fountains Litter Carrier McjCofmicf:. 10" Win- drower McCormick 7" Mower Chicken Waterers at 2.50 Chicken Feeders at 2.00 -Hog Chute Four Section Harrow Manure Scoop Corn Pickers — <- — Water Heater Water Tanks Rotary . Hoe Artway Mixier-Grlnder Tank Heater Small Feeders Elec. Woterers Loader Lundell Chopper A.C. (W.D. 45) Tractor Wagon Box shop equipment 8. hand 50.00 150.00 50.00 125.00 125.00 50JOO 575JDO 20Q..OO 150.00 800.00 i 400.00 75.00 50.00 225.00 150.00 4.00 2,300.00 12.00 650.00 155.00 90.00 98.00 100.00 75.00 5.00 8.00 10.00 50.00 250.00 340.00 75.00 40.00 225.00 300.00 80.00 20.00 25.00 400.00 1,000.00 1,300.00 17.00 tools: 2 4 1 6 2 10 6 4 9 4 2 1 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 Lonq Iron .Roosters ... Rooting Pom (I Stonv les» Steel ot 10.00) „,Butcher Steel - Muffin Tin* Doubte Bolters Pie Tim Oust Porn Tub* Par* Aluminum Coke Pans Round Coke Pans -Dish Pans (Aluminum) Stainless Util. Cart — Ironing Boards & Cov- 8-Qt. Kettles ....... 6-Ot. Kettles ....... R«IHgera(*l«5 ...... . Teo Xettle ....... — Stainless Mix Bowls .. Elec. Mixer & Attach-, merits --------- ,— Paring Knives -- ---Egg Beater ......... Pototo Masher ...... Irons .............. Can Opener ........ Stainless Milk Pitchers 12-Qt. Pail ......... Automatic Washer -Rinse Tubs ......... Washing Machine --Laundry Extractor ... Mangle ....... ----Deep Freeze ........ Kirby Cleaner ...... Eight Slice Toaster — Base Cabinet with Sink . .............. Pressure Cooker ---Base Steel Cabinet -Pair Drapes at $3.00 . 4.00 19.00 ..50 l.fS 2.50 10.00 3.00 3.00 3.50 2.00 4.00 15.00 4.00 .00 -J-22 275.00 5.00 5.00 30.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 12.00 n 2.50 200.00 10.00 l30 -°° 900.00 15.00 50.00 150.00 60.00 125.00 27.00 53.00 24.00 .Swiyel , Choir Steel File Cabinets — 15.00 50.00 Double tresses DrfesSr Chair Studio Single Rockers Beds 8. Mat- Couch Beds 11 5.00 75.00 5.00 4.00 10.00 50.00 10.00 tMIRGENCY 21A Acres PROVISIONS MUtF HOME of Land DINING ROOM EQUIPMENT 9 Pr. Drapes at $3.00 - Rapi Nau Jon Glen . Ken 30.00. Diamonds 12.30 Kennedys To- 3D.UU Willis "store, Clothing: Cleo Store, Clothing: Joe Rapp 32.68 BOARD PROCEEDINGS ' First Day January I, 1»66 REGULAR JAN. SESSION The Board of Supervisors met-pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, and John Rode. Charles Plathe, Lawrence Newbrough and .Garry. Me Donald. Absent: none. II was motioned, that payment of claims allowed at this meeting of the and firms listed immediately fol- 606.33 75.00 62,50 lowing bo ratified, allowed, and confirmed. " Refund Funa* State Tax Commission, Disallowed Homesteads, ; etc. ' ---- $ Rein.eld Salz, Cigarette i. Beer li'icensa --------------- : ---T. i. Fund Andrew J. Gotten, Vet Fees -. T. J. Lensing, Vet Fees - ..... 231.25 ,i . Banfl Diteate J. T. Waite, Vet Fees ------J. F. Johns, Jr., Vet Fees ---Jay, D. Rush, Vet Fees ------ Duqne Jacobson, Vet Fees ---Hans Seyffert, Vet Fees ----E. S. Hobert, Vet Fees ------Ronald Guss, Vet Fees ------E J: Capesfus, Vet Fees ----J. K. Hill, Vet Fees ........ - A.W.R. Lichter, Vet Fees ---H. H. Raney, Vet Fees ,. ..... J. A. Sanftner, Vet Fees ---R. E. Webqr, Vet Fees - ...... Andrew J. Cotton, Vet Fees -W. IB. Redman, Jr., Vet Fees .. Ben 1 Hefty, Indemnity -------'' Retirement Fund Iowa Pub., Emp. Ret. System, Ipers, 4th Quarter (All F.unds) ------ , ------ ------ 4,643.8 Iowa Pub, Emp. Ret. System, Ipers, (Bd. of Ed.) ... ---Iowa Pub. Emp. Ret. System, Ibers (Assessor) • ---- ----Iowa Emp. Security Comm., cjal Security (All Funds) Iowa Emp. Security Comm., cfp\ Security (Assessor) ---Iowa Ernp. Security Comm., So^ cipl Security (Bd. of Ed.) _-- SoldUri Relief Chas. Redemski, Rent ------Home Federal Savings Co., Payment -------- - ------Everett Attig, Rent ......... Kenneth Harris, Rent ------- Ther.mo-Gas Co., Fuel ------T. J. Egan, Medical -------Welp Drug, Medical -------- Thuente Pharmacy, Medical . Intermill Grocery, Provisions Mrs, Herb Isebrand, Labor --- Sjogrens Grocery, Provisions -. Roni & Jacks, Provisions ----National- Food, Provisions .-Hutzell's, Supplies ---------Lutheran Home Society, Care & Keep ------ , ------------ Mrs.. Chester Harmon, Care i Fred Stecker, Labor eorge Studer, Labor ohn Schueler, Jr., Labor harles Thompson, Labor rich Willrett, Labor George Weringa, Labor irville Weiland, Labor ames Walker, Labor Cyril Wagner, Labor Gerald Wibben, Labor E. Zaugg, Labor Henry Zweifel, Labor Jen Metzger, Labor County Fund Algona Mun. Utilities, Elec. Service . .--C. Public Service, Gas-Jail Algono Mun. Utilities, Elec. Service So- ~So- 37.50 13.00 34.00 12,50 26.50 8.50 8.50 15:50 14.50 26.00 21.00 113.50 19.50 43.00 29.50 25.00 129.0 240.9 5.377.7 249.5 133.6 35.0 50.0 65.0 60.0 12.0 7.00 17.58 22.30 6.40 8.00 50.00 40.00 22.53 4.13 73.87 440.60 438.05 437.00 437.00 438.05 438.80 456.90 437.40 438.05 456.00 471.50 440.80 437.00 23.11 ' 36.15 165.55 'ayrol Fund, Post Office, Postage Post Office, Box Rent Payroll '".~~~.-~.~- 8,960.70 3 ?9'°> 15.00 etc. . 74.71 72.50 100.65 52.10 5.00 10.40 9.00 50.00 1,000.00 650.00 400.00 225.00 225.00 200.00 200.00 108.00 90.60 107.50 ___ , Kenneth Salveson, Care 4 Keep Marvel Imrnerfall, Mileage — Dav d Smith, Meetings . ..... Lee' Davidson, Meetings ----Howard Andrews, Meetings -- Moryel Imrnerfall, Salary ---i Payroll Fund H. 'M. Smith, Engineer -----John Fraser, Asst. Eng. ----- Hozpl Anliker, Clerk ....... John Burnett, Steward -----Nora Burnett, Matron ------Wendel Warwick, Co. Form -Alrna Warwick, Co. Form ---Kenneth Richardson, Probation Off ____ - ..... ____ Richard Snyder, Medical Exom. L C Rovn, Probation Off. -. Gorry McDonald, Supervisor John Rode, Supervisor -. ----L. A. Newbrough. Supervisor Charles Plathe, Supervisor — A M. Kollasch, Supervisor — James Hoffman, Rodman --Tommy Aaron, Inspector ---Raymond Baade, Labor -----Clifford Blanchord, Labor --Ed 'Blanchord, Labor ...... -Noble Crouch, Labor ....... Alvih Ewing, Labor ..... ---Clifford Holmes, Labor ...... Clarence Hentges, Labor ---Dale Helnjeis, Labor ------Richard Hobere/, Labor ..... Don Hainzinger, Labor -- — Earl Johns, Labor ---- ...... George Kockler, Labor -----John Krebsboch, Lgbor ----A. J. Kollosch, Lgbor ....... Koelf Miller, Labor ........ Ralph Mgrklo. Labor ....... Urban Neu/oto, Ufepr. ...... Delmar Plgthe, Uobpr ....... « Elmer Ricks, Lgbor „, ....... 454.00 Marcell Reding, Lgbor ...... 323.00 Labor- , ......... 43/.W ' 472.50 ^iS'lS 472 '5S 28.0C 45 S'2$ * 80 '2? 437.0C 456.00 H2'S2 - . 437.0C 102.50 liiM; 418.00 437.00 437.00 12.00 95.00 183.50 156.90 22.40 67.39 13.50 3.25 56.40 6.50 4.05 240.00 5.90 50.25 60.0C 12.50 313.15 89.1 47.6 62.8! 117.5' 303.1 19.4 31.3 49.6 30.5 15.7 66.7 67.9 24.7 18.8 97.6 10.05 35.42 355.92 388.84 119.50 27.50 10.00 25.00 10.00 381.39 2,202.86 10.00 10.00 116.59 537.49 116,59 246.32 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 30.47 Co. Treasurer, Bounties, 'ayroll Fund, Payroll Brian Espe, Labor Xerox Co., Maint. .--.-- *alph Lindhorst, Bd. 8. Lodging Prisoners Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage Lorry Hudson, Mileage 3onald Wood, Mileage Eastman Kodak, Supplies Honsbruch Drug, Supplies Joyce Hoyden, Mileage Culligan Soft Water, Service . Hutzells, Supplies Honsbruch Drug, Auditing Koch Bros., Supplies ..Burnetta Bohannon, Meetings Van Norman Drug, Supplies _ IBM Corp., Maint. N C. Public Service, Service _ Certified Elec. Co., Supplies -- Bockcn Supply Co., Supplies -- Chemco Co., Supplies Lustra Corp., Supplies Northwestern Bell Co., Service Fidlor 8. Chambers, Supplies - Hutzells, Supplies Upper Des Moines, Printing -. Advance Pub. Co., Supplies -Jenkins-Fergemann Co., Supplies Koch Bros., Supplies M 8, M Sales Co., Supplies .Mason City Blue Print, Supplies Klipto Printing Co., Supplies Blueprint Co., Supplies 3es Moines Stationary, Supplies 'anama Carbon, Supplies IBM Corp., Moint. Addressograph-Multigraph, Moint. Blossoms Ins. Co., Bonds Herbst Ins. Co.. Bonds Perkins 81 Mullin Agency, Bonds Mulligan Ins., Bonds Algona Ins. Co., Bonds Matt Parrot! Co., Supplies -. State Comptroller, State Exam. Drs. Schultz & Schultz, BAT Test St. Ann Hospital, Lab. Fee --Bancroft Register, Board Proceedings --Upper Des Moines, Board Proceedings Advance Pub. Co., Board Proceedings Gordon Winkel, Off. Expense Orville Brandt, Meeting Lowell Underbakke. Meeting . Frank Rotterman, Meeting — Melvin Logeman, Meeting — Stele Institution Dr. M. D. Enna, Medical Reiners Nursing Home, Board & Care Hughes Drug Store, Medical Alma Leegaard Home, Care 8, Kjeep State Comptroller, Cherokee Payments 2,238.7< Joseph Rooney, Medical 7.5( Leo J. Cassel, Fees — 7.5C Ralph Lindhorst, Fees 34.8( W. B. MacDonald, Fees 10.00 Court Fund Payroll Fund, Payroll 1,635 .6'. 14.9 25.00 89.6 8.1 60.0. 35.53 203.03 57.75 88.14 Grader 24,036.00 11.50 162.36 25.00 21.38 774.38 102.96 25.02 49.68 4.00 547.19 321.86 16.15 45.68 79.26 8.65 112.46 616.55 827.34 977,43 224.84 375.00 5.50 3.78 49.51 449.25 480.00 95.76 100.00 Frank Fisher, Supplies A. J. Kollasch, Stove Elmore Concrete, Supplies — Ft. Dodge Machine, Supplies -Delbert Ferguson, Supplies oop. Oil Co., Fuel elbert Ferguson, Supplies — lair Welding, Repairs 'ukehard-Hughes, Repairs --- 'ivian Equipment Co., Grader rupke Electric, Repairs Hilton's Service, Supplies — Hoiens Gravel, Rock one Rock Telephone, Service Aichael Todd Co., Signs Imore Concrete, Tile <ossuth Motor, Repairs Meyer, Fuel owa Parcel Service, .Freight - ireenberg Supply, Repairs __ Temier Autoware, Repairs -_ rank Floig, Repairs - Zep Mfg. Co., Bombs Elmore Concrete, Tile 'ercival Motors, Parts Arnold Motor Co., Ports ;ibbs-Cook Co., Parts itandard Oil Co., Fuel Cities Service Oil, Fuel Cummins Midwest Co., Parts . Vogel Paint, Paint r - Srayton Radiator Co., Repairs Crouse Cartage, Freight Northwestern Bell Tel., Service John Thompson, Labor . James Merrymon, Maint. Everett Householder, Labor Stoeber Hardware, Gos ----Farmers Coop. Elevator, Tile Shillington Hdwe., Supplies -_ Fangman Welding, Repairs -Fenton Motor Co., Rent Cooks Welders, Supplies ----Ledyard Lumber Co., Supplies Everett Thompson, Fuel Central Iowa Telephone, Serv. Ley Motor Co., Parts Walter Herzog, Labor 8. Supplies Titonka Telephone, Service -Royal Brake Service, Repairs Corsons for Color, Supplies -Brown Supply Co., Ports .... Swaney Equipment Co., Ports Elmer Dole Co., Maint. Kenneth Kollasch, Labor Ternes Garage, P9rts Lyman Oil Co., Oil Ternes Garage, Parts Barclay Co., Parts --United Bldg. Center. Supplies _..- Thermogas Co., Supplies Is; 1 ? Hilton's Station, Supplies •*" s Iowa Pub. Service, Gas Zep Mfg. Co., Bombs "own of Swea City, Water -- ,unray DX, Gas I. L. Meyer, Gas Bells Saw Shop, Repairs unray DX, Fuel . 8. L. Tire, Repairs Elmore Concrete Co., Tile Jkena Hardware. Supplies Central Iowa Tel., Service — Dahlhouser Machine Shop, ,„,,,, Supplies 104 ,-?i R. Irons. Repairs ° ln Mickey Ford, Inc., Pump Town of West Bend, Service West Iowa Telephone, Service Petersons Radiator, Repairs -Sunray DX, Fuel Barclay Company, Parts Carpenter 81 Son, Supplies -United Bldq. Center, Mix — Blanchard Lumber Co., Sup- pplies Iowa Electric Light. Service -Farmers Coop. Society, Sup. Sonkey Sand Co., Supplies -Taylor Implement, Supplies Peer Fyn4 Payroll Fund, Payroll - I4t2'22 Redeef Sqip, Pigs 2-? 5 0.00 8. 224. Keep: Cleo Keep: Betty 27.00 41.65 4.20 10.25 13.50 7.50 327.4C 19.3 94.4C 12.51 7.0! 201.2 8.0 18.0 4.4 430.3 33.7 30.0 5.J °4.3 J-U 26.2 57.8 CATTLE 2 Steers at 250.00 37 Dairy Cattle at 200.00 9 Heifers 2-Year at 200.00 —• 15 Heifers 1-Year ot 100.00 8 Yearling Steers at 125.00 16 Calves at 40.00 I Bull (Old) at 200.00 3,026.50 500.00 7,400.00 1,800.00 1,500.CO 1,000.00 640.00 200.00 Bec- Memorial Boys Ranch, Care Willis 133.94 Mrs. Inez Lamb, Care 8, Kramer 50.00 ohnson Nursing Home, Care & George Jennings 33.50. Total .-33.1 eritage Home, Care & Keep: Wm. Memorial Boys Ranc,h, Care 8, Keep: Cleo Hillcrest Home, Care 8. Keep: LaVerla 8. Rose Westling 280.00 osie Fernau, Care 8. Keep: Phylis Solum 'he Morgan Home, Care 8. Keep: Low 1 -' rence & Paul Mulligan 223.10 BOARD PROCEEDINGS irst Day (1:00) January 3, 1966 The meeting was called to order by he Chairman, A. M. Kollasch and Garry Me Donald and Lawrence Newbrough were sworn in. ^ . . Motion by Plothe and seconded by Newbrough that John Rode be appointed Chairman of the Board of Supervisors for he ^year 1966. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. . . . Motion by McDonald and seconded by Kollasch that Lawrence Newbrough be appointed as Manager of the County farm for 1966 and Garry Me Donald DC named as the assistant. Ayes: all. >Jays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Me Donald and seconded by Kollasch that Burnetta Bohannon, John Rode and Lawrence Newbrough be appointed to the 1966 Social Welfare Board. Ayes: all. Nays: carried. Motion by Newbrough by Me Donald that $150 from the General County Institute Fund. Ayes: all. Motion carried. : Motion by Me Donald and seconded by Kollasch that $276.30 be transferred from the Domestic Animal Fund to the Assessor Fund. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that the following cash allowances be allowed for 1966. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Wm. Huff, Sexton, $8.66 per month, Evalyn Cody, Algona, $100.00 per ""Martha Gifford, Burt, $25.00 p*r month. j j i_ iy i Motion by Plathe and seconded by Kollasch that the following cash on hand POULTRY 300 Laying Hens at HAY, GRAIN t FEED 550 Bu, Corn at 1.00 2500.,' Bu. Oats at ..75 -- — : 175 4000 1 3,040.00 225.00 .5,500.00 1,875.00 'Ton Ensilage at 10.00 Bales Hay at .55 . 1,750.0' 2,200.00 Grindstone, 2 ladders, 1 wheelbarrow, Spades, Wire cutters, Stretchers, Scoop shovels, Dirt shovels, Log chains, Forks, Metal boskets, Axes, Cross cut 'buck 8, Hand saws, Scythes, six 12-qt. pails, Hog troughs, Scalding Kettle, Picks, Corn knives, Crow bars. Hammers, Pipe wrenches, Pinchers, Brace & bits, Belting, Two Lawnmowers, Gas pump and tank -'- 300.00 13 44 41 49 11 46 34 14 1 2 48 40 48 48 48 12 150 1 11 10 11 Tables Chairs ............ Plastic Juice Glasses Plastic Tumblers ---Salt 8, Pepper Shakers Soup or Cereal Bowls Deep Bowls -Bowls -------- Other Sugar Piano Crearr Plastic Pitchers -----Sauce Dishes . Stainless Stainless Stainless spoons Stainless spoons Plastic Sauce Buffet Metal Svrup Plastic Steel Steel Steel Forks Knives Tea- Steel Table- Plates, Dishes Cups & Glasses Pitchers Table Cloths - 2,596.55 27.00 120.00 44.00 4.10 4.90 1.10 23.00 3.40 1.40 10.00 .50 4.80 4.00 5.50 8.50 10.00 6.00 125.00 5.00 3.00 25.00 16.50 100 40 200 10 8 5 3 29 15 5 19 3 10 2 No. 1 1 5 92 24 3 10 1 4 5 Bu. Potatoes Chickens at .70 Lbs. Meat ----Jars Instant Coffee •-Jars of Mustard Gals. Syrup -..-----Lg. Cans Tuna Cans Sardines Sm. Cans Tuna Case Salt ------. No. 30 Tins of Ole -Boxes of Ginger Bread Cans of Mixed Vegetables ,--Cans Creamed Corn Boxes Soda _ Cases Jello __------506 Frozen Vegetables & Fruit ;---,Boxes Graham Crackers — Case Soda Crackers _Case Corn Flakes — Boxes Quaker Oats -Boxes Cereal Vane- fJGS Boxes Cake Mix 81 3 Cans Cans Sweet Potatoes _ Cans Cocktail Fruit -Peaches Apricots Cherries Pears & 1 Can Pine- 12 6 3 9 3 .5 6 35 22 100 Cases Case Cans Cans Case apple Cans Cans Cans Jars Cons Cans Cans Cans Cans Lbs. Boxes Pork & Beans _ Plums of Pie Filling -Catsup Hominy Spinach Sauer Kraut — Peas Gr. Beans Beans Corn Starch Lbs. Beet Sugar MISCELLANEOUS 1 Transformer & Elec. Wiring to House 10 1 19,084.00 2,000.00 Water System 2,500.00 850.00 425.00 775.00 1,956.40 10.00 1,160.00 Fruit Cave Cresco Light 8, Power Share Emergency Dynamo Power Plant Water Pump for Furnace Heat Lamps — Soft Water Unit STAFF DINING ROOM 2 Pr. Drapes 1 Table 1 Buffet 11 Chairs 1 Set Dishes for 12 1 Set Silverware for eight 452.70 8.00 5.00 10.00 11.00 30.00 4.80 LAND It BUILDINGS County Farm (240 Acres 9,676.40 at $300.00) -- 72,000.00 Silo _ 1,600.00 Brick House - 43,500.00 Barn -- 5,000.00 Double Corncri'i 8. Granary . 5,000.00 Hog House ''ISi-Sfi He.i House .- - 575.00 Cattle Shed -- - 150.00 Straw Shed 75.00 Machine Shed _ 250.00 Garage 350.00 Two Steel Bins 185.00 Two Brooder Houses ...' 200.00 Two Portable Hog Houses .. 6"50.00 One Feed House • 150.00 Milk Hc'jse _ 2,100.00 KITCHEN UTENSILS 2 Coffee Pots 3 Elec. Coffee Pots ... 9 Water Pitchers 4 Iron Frying Pans 1 Kitchen Bench 1 Step Stool '1 Metal Frying Pan '.,5 Butcher Knives —,._ inr.WTl Stainless Steel > i Dippers 9 Large Spoons 1 Kitchen Stove 133,385.00 EQUIPMENT 5.00 45.00 3.60 13.00 .3.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 68.00 18.00 100.00 52 74 110 53 56 82 3 1 11 1 1 1 1 9 1 73 2 1 9 4 50 2 23 3 1 1 39 2 1 15 68.80 WARD ROOM EQUIPMENT 2 Hospital Beds ?°2'22 42 Bedi — 630.00 47 Mattresses 470.00 Pillows 36.40 Pillow Cases 37.00 Sheets 100.00 Wool Blankets 60.00 Cotton Blankets 56.00 Spreads , 164.00 Bureaus 7.00 Studio Couch 25.00 Rockers — 112.75 Wheel Chair 5.00 Pair Crutches 1.00 Barber Chair 20.00 Strait Jacket 17.00 Wool Bathrobes 9.00 Book Case 5.00 Radios 50.00 Both Towels 19.00 Clothes Carts 5.00 Sewing Machine 45.00 Bed Pans 2.60 Rubber Sheets — 4.50 T. Vs. 300.00 Washclodhs 4.00 Davenports 81 Chair Sets . — 20.00 Hand Towels 4.60 Table Lamps 6.00 End Table .-• • 8.00 Dressing Table 8, Chair 2.50 Chairs 39.00 Reading Tables 20.00 Shampoo Bowl & Choir „ - 104.00 Chests 420.00 STEWARD OFIICE EQUIPMENT 1 Wooden Desk 3,009/35 50.00 154.00 750.00 200.00 28.00 150.00 12.95 .75 5.30 6.33 7.54 4.15 6.91 13.48 1.60 14.25 2.53 3.80 34.08 253.00 1.20 6.20 8.24 1.06 26.03 8.67 3.13 13.48 12.44 6.10 3.66 5.50 7.97 4.28 6.52 11.52 3.27 1.30 3.00 2.00 4.60 5.46 3.78 3.30 10.06 907.44 MISCELLANEOUS 4 Push Brooms 16.00 6ust Mops 5.00 Brooms 18.00 Scrub Mops --- 6.00 Steel Cupboards 22.00 Gal. Wax 29.00 5-Gal. Cans Dish Soap 64.00 Boxes Blueing -°'2l Barrel Disinfectant 25.00 Cans Ajax - 3.20 Case Dial Soap 14.59 Boxes Borox 8.81 Gals. Bleach 4.40 Barrel Washing Powder — 2.50 Case Bowl Cleaner -- B.I9 Scrub Pails 20.00 253.30 1966—GRAND TOTAL OF INVENTORY $200,469.04 On motion adjournment was taken until January 18, 1966. ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor John Rode, Chairman, Board of Supervisors. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Third "Joy January 18, 1966 Special January Session Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Present were John Rode, Chairman, and Garry Me Donald, Lawrence Newbrough, A. M. Kollasch and Charles Plothe. Absent: None. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that salary raises of County officials and deputies be fixed as per schedules of Chapter 307, House File 349. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Me Donald that the t uditor be authorized to . appoint two opproisers to work with Engineer Marvin Kruse in order to assess damages on drain 4, Lot. 24-33. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until February 1, 1966. ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor John Rode, Chairman, Board of , Super; 'visors. 6 12 6 15 6 4 16 1 20 1 13 8 1/p I]/, County Advance, Fei ruary 14, 1966. Algona, Iowa, To all Residents of LuVerne none. Motion and seconded be transferred Fund to the Nays: none. , Fern Miller, Expenses 208.61 Byron Richardson, Bailiff Fees 120.01 Leonard Pittman, Bailiff Fees _ 11.2! Joan Mueller, Bailiff Fees -- 14.3; Hotel Alaona. Jury Meals 18.75 Vans Cafe, Jury Meals 24.3i W. B. MacDonald, Fees 25.Oi Ludwig Cafe, Jurv Meals 15.0C Charlies Supper Club, Jury Meals 39.4 Delia Welter, Fees 24.01 Thelma Andreasea Jury Fees - 19.51 Earl Angle, Jury Fees 11.61 Lyle Anderson, Jury Fees '5.6C Be^y Bode. Jury Fees 50.40 Maxine Bristow, Jury F«e* --- 48.0( )f«0f Corl*on, Jury Fe«» 61.20 433.5 5.0 79.62 16.00 147.39 69.19 7.50 67,00 12.93 36.00 2.93 33.14 9.10 41.85 1.45 7.56 22.75 68.34 13.10 21.12 15.72 125.91 13.95 9.48 83.90 451.79 'ing ?65 113.00 56.25 50.65 39.27 24.00 27.01 68.30 7.0C 404.2C 8.2; 46.30 1.61 39l4< 2.39 321.2 20.81 44.65 28.6: 11.45 y Co., Supplies . 32.49 Provisions 225.30 Irene Pugleys, Labor Coast to Coost, Supplies ---John Burnett, Meeting Si Mileage Thermogas, Supplies Lindsay Soft Water, Service Northwestern Bell Telephone, Service _____ — _ — - — — — • — -- — Drs. SchuttVr""&" Koob, Medical -St. Ann Hospital, Medico! -Honsbruch Drug, Medical Keck, Inc., Freight -Surge Co., Supplies North Iowa Sewing Machine, Supplies — Bradley Equipment, Parts — Chemco Co.. Supplies Algono Machine Shop. Ports Bancroft Implement, Parts Ernie Williams, Ports United Bldg. Center, Supplies Fleet Tractor Stores, Supplies Arwell Co., Spraying ,,..,.. Bocken Supply Co., Supplies Hokes Co., ~ Bernard Food !nd. Provision* 29.9C Sjogrens Grocery, Provision* . 17,04 Hood* Grocery, P/oviilen* ... 13.M on December 31, 1965 be approved. Ayes; all. Nays: none. Motion earned. Auditor none; Recorder none; Sheriff none; Treasurer $4,218.02; Clerk $15.00. Motion by Kollasch and seconded b.y lathe that the following appointments be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none.' Mo- ion carried. Engineer: H. M. Smith. Asst Engineer: John D. Fraser. Inspector: Thomas Aaron. Clerk: Hazel Anliker. Overseer of Poor: Marvel Immerfall. Drainage Clerk: Arnold Alderson. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by •Jewbrough that bonds and appointments of personnel in the various offices be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion *arried Auditor: Jackie Muller, Deputy; Don Jorgenson, Deputy. Treasurer: Verna Aldrich, Deputy; Mildred Butzke, Deputy; Doris Ferguson, Auto Deputy; Mary Sands, Clerk; Phyllis Olson, Clerk; Rose Olson, Clerk. Recorder: Mory Ilia Kisch, Deputy; Elnora Espe, Deputy. Sheriff: Donald M, Wood, Deputy; Larry Hudson, Deputy. Clerk; Elizabeth Galbraith, Deputy. The following requests were approved for depositories of funds in the designa- * Auditor:' Security State Bank ($2,000). Sheriff: Security State Bonk. Clerk of Court: Security State Bank , Iowa State Bank ($10,000 limit in each bonk). Recorder: Security State Bank ($22,000) IOWQ State Bank ($10,000). Treasurer: lowo State Bank, Aigona $ 850,000 Security State, Algona 1,000,000 Formers & Traders Savings, Bone. - 200,000 Burt Savings, Burt 200,000 Formers Trust & Savings, La- koto 150,000 Sweo City State, Swea City 200,000 Lone Rock Bank, Lone Rock 150,000 Farmers State, Whittemore - 150,000 State Bank of Ledyard, Ledyard ... 200,000 1st Trust & Savings, Fenton 150,000 Titonka Savings Bank, Titonka ----- 20(M>00 Exchange State Bank, Wesley 150,000 Motion by Me Donald and seconded by Newbrtough that th£ Advance, Upper De* Moints, and Bancroft Register be approved as the County Official Paper* lot !**«• Aya«: all. Nay*: none. Motion to see a film about Natural Gas. Questions on Natural Gas and the proposed franchise will be welcomed. Wednesday, Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. LuVerne Town Hall FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS North Central Public Service Co, 295-3484 "Complete Natural CM & l/P G«* S*rvic«" ALGONA, IOWA ftWWV»fiftgflftN^^^

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