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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1945
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wW»?!a Board of Supervises' Proceedings Minutes of last Regular Session' *nd all adjourned sessions were approved and rend. ,T f. Quinn, Chairman, Board ot Supervisors. ATTEST: lr. J. Immerfall, Secretary. Auditor's Office, « Algona, Iowa, April 2, 1945. 8:00 O'clock A. M. The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa,, met In regular session with the following members present: Fraser, McDonald, Schram, Quinn and Johnson. Motion made by Johnson and 2nd by McDonald that the Secretary read tlie minutes of the last regular session and all adjourned sessions. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion made by Schram and 2nd liy Johnson that the minutes of the last regular session and all adjourned sessions stand approved as read. Ayes: All, Nays: None. The Board proceeded to audit and allow claims. Motion made by Schram and 2nd by Johnson that the following resolution he adopted:• WHEREAS, application beer. made by Richard Oarmar.n to compromise the following delinquent personal taxes, to-wit: 1925, 1927, 1938, 1939 and 1943, and WHEREAS, the delinquent personal tax, with accrued penalties and costs, for the years, 1925, 1927, 1938, 1939 and 19-13, is In ll'.-e total sum of $2-18.71 If paid during the month of April, 194B, and WiHERKAS, after due consideration of the facts presented In the case, the Board of Supervisors deem that a compromise ot such tlelln- qu-ent taxes would be fair and .Insi; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, that It would be fair and equitable to compromise said delinquent taxes tinder Section 7193.09 oE the Code of 1939; and the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, being duly advised in the premises, hereby agree to compromise said delinquent taxes for the years 1925, 1927, 1938, 1939 and 1943, and to settle the same for the sum of ^197.00; that such amount must be paid on or before the 30th day of April, 1945. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Resolution adopted this 2nd day of April, 1945. J. F. Quinn, Chairman, Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: I* J. Immerfall, County Auditor. Motion made by McDonald and 2nd by Johnson that the following resolution be adopted: WHEREAS, Application has beer. made by Henry Hofbaner, Sec'y of the Farmers Coop. Telephone Company, to compromise the 1941 delinquent personal tax p es charged against the Buffalo Center Telephone Exchange, and WHEREAS, the delinquent personal tax with accrued penalties and costs for the y-ear 19-11 Is in the total sum of $110.07 If paid during the month- of April, 1945. anil WHEREAS, after due consideration of the facts presented in the •case, the Board of Supervisors deem that a compromise of such delinquent tax would be fair and just, and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by tlie Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, that It would be fair and equitable to compromise said delinquent taxes under Section 719.1.09 of the Code of 1939, and the Board of Supervisors of Kossutlv County, Iowa, being duly advised In tiie premises, -hereby agree to compromise said delinquent tax for tlie year 19-11, and to settle the same for tlie sum of $25.00. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Resolution adopted this 2'id day of April, in-15. .r. F. Quinn, Chairman, Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: L. J. Immerfall, County Auditor. Motion made by Fraser and 2nd by McDonald that the followln resolution be adopted: WHEREAS, Kossuth County, Iowa, is by virtue of a Contract and Warranty Deed tlie owner of Ix>t 2 of Lot 4 of Government 4 of Section 11. Township 95, Range 2!>. "West of the Fifth P. M.. containing £.94 acres, more or loss, WHEREAS. John A. Strayor and 3Tae Strayer, husband and wife, have offered Hie sum of $120n.OO for the purchase of the said real estate, and WHEREAS, the sairl sum is U-:-s than the amount that the County lias actually advanced on said real estate. NOW. THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Board of Supervisor? of Kossuth County, Iowa, that after having Inspected the said premise." *the offer to purchase made by John A. Strayer and Fae Strayer. is a fair and equitable offer, ami tnat .said offer In tlie sum of $1200.00 be accepted, ami that J. F. Quinn Chairman of the said Board of Supervisors be appointed to execute and acknowledge, for and on behalf of Kossuth County, Iowa, a rea estate contract, and the Chairman shall lie, and is hereby further authorized to execute, sign and deliver a special warranty d^ed foi the sale of said premises to sau purchaser, upon payment of al sums due Kossuth County, Iowa, by said purchaser, under the terms said real estate contract. The. vote thereon resulting as follows: Ayes: Supervisors .1. H. Fr*ser W E McDonald, W. A. Schram M. L. Johnson and J. F. Quinn Those voting nay were: None. Resolution declared adopted thlh 2nd day of April, 1915. Motion mad« by Johnson and Jnc by Schram that further hearing fo fixing date nml timn of letting con tract, on Drainage District No. 17! be ar.d is hereby continued to MaJ 1 1945. Ayes: All. Nays: None Motion made by Schram and 2m by Johnson that Secondary Road Petition No. 609 be placed on file Ayes: All. Nays: None. 'Motion made by McDonald nn 2nd by Fraser that a refund in 111 nmouiit of $1.00 be made to J. A Mueller, M. D.. of Fenton, Iowa, ot account of having paid the dog ta> twice on tlie sam-e dog for th year 1945. Once at the CounU Auditor's Office and the other tinn to the town assessor. Ayes: All Nays: None. Motion made bv Schram ar.rl 2m by Johnson that Fraser be appoint ed to make necessary repairs on drainage district No. 83 and Join Drainage District H. & K. No. 2 Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion made by McDonald an 2nd by Fraser that Schram be ap pointed to make necessary repair on the following drainage districts Vo. S3. No. 84 anil Joint W. & K No. 20-86. Ayes: All. Nays: None Motion made by Fraser and 2r. *v McDonald that Johnson be ap pointed to make necessary repair on the following drainage districts •Ko 4. No. Sub. 10 of 4. No. 31, No 60. No. 80, No. 82. No. 166, and Join W. & K. No. 68-136. Ayes: Al Navs: None. Motion made by Fraser and 2n toy Schram that a non-resident no tlce be served on Mrs. Ruth Coffe and son Gerald, and on Willar Card and wife. Ayes: All. Nays None. Motion made by McDonald ar 2nd by Schram that the followln 1st quarterly reports be approved Recorder's Hepnrt of Fees, fo *725.20: Clerk's Report of Fees, fo 11076.90: Auditor's Report of Fee and other collections, for 13705.3 and Sheriff's Report to Board o Supervisors. Ayes: All. Nays: Non Motion made by Fraser and 2n by Johnson that Dennle Lynch b employed at the Kossuth County Farm ' for the year 1845 and that hl» salary be set at $110.00 ner rionth beginning as of March' 16th, 1945. Ayes: All. Navs: None. Motion made by McDonald and 2nd bv Schram that Lvle Steinbeck and Mrs. "Anna Steinbeck be employed at the Kossuth County Home for the year 1945 nml that their aalary be set at $126.00 per month beginning as of April 1st, 1945. Ayes: All. Nays: None. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow , claims as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter COUNTY FUND •W. W. Sullivan, Postage . ...flS.W ~ • ~" - Co-. Telephone Service 72.12 owa State Bank, /Withheld Taxes ....327.73 W. Pearson, Treas., Adv. Bty., etc 652.00 •". W. Sullivan, P. M., Postage .-•• 15.00 Imn Pearson, Typing Examiner's Report 48.60 3lty of' Algona, Light and Water Service 30.86 V. W. Sullivan, P. M., Box Rent and Postage 30.78 Jelen White, Clerk of Court, Court Cost Advanced by Clerk ; 2.20 . W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service 63.81 ivelyn Volgt, Assist. Treas. Office 82.85 lara D. Sclianp, Assist. Recorder's Office 15.75 . H. Fraser, Comm. & Sessions 241.03 V. E. McDonald, Comm. & Sessions 199.28 V. A. Schram, Comm. & Sessions 245.56 F. Quinn, Comm. & Sessions 254.63 I. L. Johnson, Comm. & Sessions 230.19 H. Ostwlnkle, Del. Per. Prop. Tax Coll 34.42 , J. Cogley, Mileage & Invest. Fees 106.95 E. Laurltzcn, Mileage .... 49.70 Irs. Ellen Raney, Assisting Co. Superintendent 17.87 Irs. Inez Wolfe, Assisting Co. Superintendent 3.00 Irs. Antone Johnson, Assisting Co. Superintendent ... 3.60 I. W. Miller, Co. Attorney, Office Expanse 80.90 dvancc Publishing Co., Board Proc., etc 94.85 Igona Upper Des Molnes, Board Proc., etc 69.SD Bancroft Register, Board Fro- eedlngs, etc 233.16 latt Parrott & Sons Co., Supplies 46.11 lipto Loose Leaf Co., Sup., Blanks, & Books 204.73 )maha School Supply Co., Postage & Supplies 15.S4 veys Printing Co., Supplies.. 8.23 voch Brothers, Supplies 39.71 "Idlar & Chambers Co., Supplies 247.59 lammond & Stephens Co., Supplies 4.76 ,01-lng Supply Co., Supplies.. 25.46 letropolitan Supply Co., Supplies 1-12 unk & Delm, Supplies 4.34 Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies 2.09 A. Heard, Repairs 2.50 Cowan Building Supply to., Supplies '9.28 ~" O. Anderson, Bounty 3.00 ionald Lee Young, Bounty.. .10 W. Pearson, Adv. Bty., etc. 52.IS Delia Welter, J. P. Fees .... 7.50 M. Christenson, Mtg 4.00 Uex Railig, Mtg 4.00 G. B. Johnson, Mtg 4.00 I H. Dreyer, Mtg 4.00 vossuth County Farm Bureau, Appropriation 416.6 1 virby Smith, Meeting 1-00 D. Hart, Meeting 1-60 ^recl Hagist. Mayor, Use of City Hall by Co. Supt 2.00 lev. -Patterson, Use of Methodist , Church by Co. Supt. 6.00 Irs. Ray Anderson, Assisting Co. Supt 3.50 Jonald Miller, Conducting Spelling Contest 10.00 3ert Cronan, Arrangement for Basic Skill Program 2.50 vossuth Co. War Activities Cotnm., Office Expense ....124.91 J. Immerfall, Travel Expense 13.09 Vudltor of State, State Examiners Expense 1850.72 COURT FUND H. Kemis, Court Reporter 21.32 owa State Bank, Withheld Taxes 23.00 1 J. Van Ness, Attorney Fees ]0.00 INSTITUTE FUND Bureau of Educational Research & Ser., Supplies ....119.19 Curriculum Research Co., Supplies 2.00 Tlie Twentieth Century Fund., Supplies 1.00 The Education Digest, Subscription 7.0C The Giirrard Press, Supplies.. 6.00 The Macmlllan Co., Publishers. Supplies 2.92 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Helen White, Clerk Fees .... 9.50 H. Cretzmeyer, Physician Fees 6.00 C. Hutchison, Attorney Fees 3.0C D. Lowe, Attorney Fees .'. 3.0C \. J. Cogley, Sheriff Fees . . 1.50 DOMESTIC ANIMAL FUND Bertha E. Johnson, Listing Dogs Toe Cogley, Listing Dogs .. lay A. Clark. Listing Dogs . . Henry E. Relmers, Listing Dogs I. E. Smith, Listing Dogs .. Harold Herzog, Listing Dogs Don Houck, Listing Dogs .... Florence Hof, Listing Dogs. G-eo. E. Butterfleld, Listing Dogs 4.31 Camilla Cooper, Listing Dogs 3.6< H .J. Braley, Listing Dogs.. 2.30 Frank W. Elbert, Listing Dogs 2.50 Andrew C. Hansen, Listing John F. 'simon,' Listing Dogs 11.51 Floyd Ottnmn, Listing Dogs .. 7.30 A. D. Newbrough, Listing Dogs 25.00 3.20 4.40 2.80 3.10 2.20 l.BO 2.50 11.8 Michael Heiderscheidt, Listing Dogs Robert Bunkofske, Listing Dogs I 2 - 00 Richard I. Anderson, Listing Dogs Linus Vaske, Listing Dogs . . ic-liard M. Anderson, Listing Dogs Helnver Huugli, Listing Dogs L. C. Hutchlns, Llstir.g Dogs John Hartshorn, Listing Dogs M. Koppen, Listing Dogs 11.0 Hugo J. FaulsUck, Listing O M?Nv'iii, Listing Dogs ... Arthur Olson, Listing Dogs.. Donald Rlngsdorf, Listing Charles Nt-l's'o'i:,' 'Listing ' bogs Lcander Vaske, Listing Dogs Win Hammer, Listing Dogs. J D Crowley, Listing Dogs.. Joe. Klbert, Listing Dogs . . D T Packer, Listing Dogs .. r' F McGregor, Listing Dogs D. C. Gardner, Listing Dogs. Henry Archie Dodds, Patrol • Walter I/. Johnson, Labor .. 33.00 Ben Gisch, Labor ..;.. 12.00 Jake Teuscher, Labor 36.00 Oliver Young, Patrol & Road Tile Hep .146.40 A. J. Hlldman, Patrol & Road Tile Rep., etc. 168.90 Urban Neuroth, Patrol ,.;... 1C8.90 Lem Stockwdll, Patrol --J»H2 Dick Baftde, Road Work, etc.132.60 C. H. Cooper, Road Work, otc 137' 90 Dwlght F. Graham, Road Work, etc 132.GO George F. Graham, Labor ... 58.<0 Bob H. Spear, Labor 107.30 Andrew Kromlnga, Patrol & Shop Work 1«.20 Geo. E. Davis, Labor 21.00 James M. Long, Road Work, 158.10 Doyal Sanders, Patrol, etc. ..159.50 Wlllaim F. Schrader, Patrol, etc 158.90 Charles Thompson, Patrol, 135.90 Joe Cogley, Labor 65.60 G. N. Kockler, Labor 56.50 Arthur Long, Labor 1 »X Bernard Long, Labor J«-7JJ Donald D. Sanders, Labor .. 1J.OO H. W. Schulte, Labor 37.80 Clyde Sanders, Patrol J1«'1n Verne Mollnder, Patrol ....146.40 Roelf Miller, Patrol }§HX Alvin Ewlug, Patrol J??oA J, H. Montgomery, Patrol . .H4.30 Harold Blair, Labor 66.30 John S. Anderson, Patrol 77.60 George Looft, Labor 31.00 D. B. Mayer, Labor 31.00 Ray A. Marquis, Labor 31.00 Louis Nachlem, Labor 30.00 Harry A. Blome, Labor 12.00 Henry Tjaden, Labor 13.00 Central States Electric Co., Elec. Serv 2.93 Lone Rock Tele. Co., Tele. Serv 2 °'°» Central Iowa Tele. Co., Tele. Serv 17.31 C. W.' Pearson, Adv. Freight 6.51 Algona Imp. Co., Repairs . . 1.71 Ernest D. Anllker, Tire Insp. Serv. on Co. Equip 0.00 Funk & Delm, Repairs 2.29 Greenberg Auto Supply, Supplies C. S. Johnson, Supplies Kossuth Motor Company, plies Laing & Muckey, Supplies 92.89 50 Sup- 132.39 .66 Dutch's Super Service, Supplies 164-7» L. C. Nichols, Supplies 4.00 F. S. Norton & Son, Supplies 12.61 0. K. Rubber WeUlers, Repairs & Supplies 294.06 Schultz Bros., Repairs & Sup- piles Thompson Distributing Co., Repairs & Supplies 7.54 Edd Rlcke, Ford Motor 20.00 A. C. Hench, Supplies 16.30 Cecil O. Bailey, Repairs .... 1.25 Farmers Elevator Co., Fenton, Supplies 6.97 1. E. Ukena, Supplies 65.M Bell Motor Co., Supplies 1J.7J Hungerford Garage, Supplies 1.84 W. C. Brown Supply Co., Sup- piles 2.4.13 Fort Dodge Machine & Supply Co 14.60 Sargent Machine Co., Supplies 18.87 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., Supplies 56.JO Murphy Auto Supply, Supplies ••• 6o.2S Central Auto Electric Co., Inc., Supplies 19-67 The All-Wheel-Drive Co., Supplies Herman M. Brown Co., Sup 9.55 .101.18 nllcs Ibbs-CooW Tractor & Equip. Co., Supplies Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., Supplies Standard Beamings Co., Supplies Tire Retread Co., Supplies . . W F. Smith Tire & Battery Co., Repairs & Supplies .. The Balbach Co., Demurrage C.OO Kinsman Welding Co., Sup- - p]j t , g 60. UO Kossuth Oil Co.. Kuel Supplies 577.OS Peerless Oil Co., Fuel Sup- .623.70 2 27 4.1G 74.84 49.72 surrt of |I800,Op for the the Said real e*tttt8. _.. . . ,. i NOVV, *Mfi«BFOft^ ti« ;li: W* solved by the Btiard of 8uttl|t.vIf6M of Ko8«ith County, Iowa, that attef having Inspected the said brernlgSS, the said Board df 8upervis6r8, oireh that the offer made by LewW Wll- dln and John A. Rarnu* In the Sum ot $1800.00, Is a fair and equitable offer, and that said offer be Ao- oepted, and tl.ftt the, Ghairttiart of the Board of supervisor* of KOS- suth County, Iowa, shall be, and is hereby authorized to execute, Sign and deliver a special warranty deed conveying the said described real estate to Lewis Wlldln and John A. Ramus. , Tho vote thereon resulting as follows: Ayes: Super vlsors_j, H. Fraser, W. E. McDonald, W. A. Schram, M. L. Johnson and J. P. Quinn. Those voting nay were: Resolution declared adopted this 10th day of April, 1945. On motion adjournment was taken until 9:00 o'clock A. M., April 1C, 1945. T ^ Quinn, Chairman, Board of Supervisors. U J. Immerfall, County Auditor. Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa, April 16, 1945. 9:00 O'clock A. M. The Board of Supervisors of Kos* sulli County, Iowa, met In regular session pursuant to adjournment with the following members present: J. H. Fraser, W. E. McDonald, W. A. Schram, J. F. Quinn and M. Li. Johnson. That Mr. Earl lllff, Engineer, and Mr. A. L. Brown, County Agent, met with the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, and the feasibility of establishing a Soil Conservation District In Kossuth County, Iowa, was .talked over. After a full discussion, It was moved bv M. L. Johnson and seconded by W E. McDonald that the Board nf Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, go on record as favoring the establishment of a Soil Conservation District In and for Kossuth County, Iowa, and that Mr. A. L. Brown, County Agent, be authorized to make arrangements at some fu- ure date for an Informational meet- Ing to be held for the purpose of a full discussion of all phases In connection with the establishment of a Kossuth County Soil Conservation District, and that Mr. Paul Jacobson, District Conservationist, be requested to address said meeting at which all prominent land owners Interested In drainage are to be Invited. The vote thereon resulting as follows: Ayes: Supervisors J. H. Fraser, W. E. McDonald, W. A. Schram, M. L. Johnson and J. F. Quinn. Those voting nay were: None. Motion made by McDonald and 2nd by Johnson that May 10, 194fi, -at 2:00 o'clock P. M., Auditor's Of* flee, Algona, Iowa, shall be the time and place fixed for receiving bids for Maintenance Graveling for "ie year 1945. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Station made by Johnson and 2nd by McDonald that Secondary- Road Petition No. 610 be placed on file. Ayes: All. Nays: ^None. Motion made by Schram and 2nd by Fraser the Official Bond of Mil- Oil Co., piles Bancroft piles Citizens Service Chev. truck Lawrence H. Weaver, 265.09 Fuel Sup.......... 314.58 '., 1937 . . ......... 285.00 _ ..... _ Labor. OG.ilO Andrew N. 'Anderson, Labor .. 59. CO C. J. Lyckman, Labor ...... 62. 50 T'OOR FUND County Farm N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Tele. g erv _ ...................... 2.50 Iowa State Bank, \Vltliheld Taxes ..................... Sa.oS L. 13. Stephens, Llgrht Se ice N. W. Bell Tel-e. Co., Tele, Service .................. Ben Bukken, Labor ........ Dennis Lynch, Labor ...... C H. Klamp, Subscription Des Molnes Register ... F. S. Norton & Son, Coal Fred S. Gelffel, Labor 46.o < ... 15.51 ...150.00 . . . 56.77 to .. . 8.00 ..486.52 53.00 DANCES LEGION BALLROOM I! BANCROFT 7.50 9.1 9.3 U.71 S.7 9.80 S.50 9.00 9.90 8.70 8.90 8.00 8. SO 8.90 9.50 9.50 , .. C. Nelson, Listing Dogs 11.80 ° "" 9.HO 9.00 30.57 27.OG Paul F. Ludwig, Listing Dogs Geo. P. Hawcott, Listir.g Dogs T. B. FUND C C Voigt, Indem. Cattle .. Middle Hill Farm, Indem. Cat- Gerald"a."'\Viiheimi, Indem. Cattle 1 i.oo Dr/H. H.'Raney, Insp 3 ?,HX Dr .1 B. Wlnkel, Insp ^5.00 BANG'S DISEASE Robert T. Angus, Indem. Cat- | |_k , J Jt i J Vernon"s."l'turt, Indem. Cattle 12.50 Joe Mclntyre, Indem. Cattle. 12.60 Laurence J. Presthus, Indem. Cattle • • • • 87 - &u August S. Schafer, Indem. Cat- Joe H. Melntire, indem. Cat- Fred Traub" indem."Cattle .. 49.98 Raymond S. Westllng, Indem. Cattle 25.00 CONSTRUCTION FUND Iowa State Bank, Withheld TQ.X68 ' OO.oU H. M. Smith,'Salary 264.20 MAINTENANCE FUND Iowa Public Service Co., Elec. N. W.' Be'li' Telephone Co., Tele. Serv ••• 21-22 Iowa State Bank, Withheld Taxes Central States Electric Co., Elec. Serv City of Algon.a, Light & Power N. W.' Bell "Tele. "Co.", Tele. Service Interstate Power Co., Power Bock Bros. Welding Supply Co., Repairs 41-00 F S. Norton & Son, Building 'Mate-rial HHi C. S. Johnson, Groceries ....142.30 Algona Bakery, Prov 42.01 Sorensen Grocery Co., Prov.. 4S.47 Men's Reformatory, Clothing 19.69 Dr C H Cretzmeyer, Medicine 3.00 Dr. P. V. Janse, Calls ar.d Medicine 31.00 Katherlne Park, Postage and Trip t<J Cherokee H- 6U Irvin Etherington, Barber Service Funk & Delm, Supplies C. A. Heard, Repairs on lawn mower • Algona Imp. Co., Repairs & Supplies Kossuth Co. Imp. Co., Sup- Amli-ew Miller',' Baled Alfalfa 80,00 H. W. Dodds, Hay ' 8.63 Carol R. Hutchlns, Hny la !'lV D. C. Gardner, Hay 14J.U1 Whlttemore Far. Coop. Creamery, Milk Sorensen Grocery Co., Prov... Hood's I.G.A., Prov . . Whittemore Elev. Co., Fuel.. Botsford Lumber Co., Fuel . . Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, Medicine Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Calls and Medicine -1- BU Dr. M. G. Bourne, Call and Medicine H- 50 Kossuth Hospital, Medical C are 105.50 Lutheran" Hospital, Medical Care J01.9J Fairmont Community Hospital, Medical Care 2J8.00 - • • Hospital, 2.04 Leroy Crapser, Labor 206.K Joe M. Esser, Labor 158.9C Milo Patterson, Labor 158.Of Clifford Holmes, Patrol 158.91 Arnold Wegner, Labor 146.4( Ferdinand Meyers, Patrol .. 60.9 Peter Movick, Patrol 158.90 Wm. F. Gronbach, Patrol & Shop Work 158.90 Rasrale Hanson, Patrol & Shop Work 158.90 Bert Shellmyer, Patrol 150.71 Clarence Hentges, Patrol 164.71 Max Block, Labor 30.00 Paul J. Gisch, Labor 12.0( Frank Hardcopf, Labor 80.0( Max Meyers, Labor 27.00 Fred Pergande, Labor SO.Ot Dwaln Wm. Kollasch', Labor. 42.00 a D. McDonald, Shop Work & Patrol 158.90 Ralph Markla, Shop Work & patrol • 1W-8Q - .50 4.95 2.80 24.00 :i.oo 25.80 13.51 7.50 jiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiii imii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII i iiiiiiiini| "ARMY POULTRY DEMAND DOUBLED! | Double Your output with a second flock" | i ... War Food Admistration I St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Medical Care 150.Jl .312.09 . 2.75 . 26.SO . 10.00 . 20.00 Glockner Sanatorium and Hospital, Medical Care ... L A Kopp, Reminder Fees. Marvel Dole, Mileage Henry J. Kline, Rent Rhoda Bonar, Kent . .. Dept. of Social Welfare, Dep. Allow Dept. of Social Welfare, Aid to Blind •,;,'",• nn Dr. A. .1. Kason, Dental Work 69.00 Merrill Bros, Prov 30.00 RESOLVED: That the County Auditor Is hereby authorized and directed to Issue warrants for al claims allowed at this meeting as shown by the "Schedule of Claims hereinbefore written. On motion adjournment wasi tak en until 3:30 o'clock F. M., April 10 1945 ' J. F. Quinn, Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST* L. J. Immerfall. County Auditor Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa, April 10, 1945. 3:30 O'clock P. M. The Board of Supervisors of Kos suth County, Iowa, met In regula session pursuant to aajournmen with' the following members pres ent: Fraser, McDonald, Schram Quinn and Johnson., Motion made by Johnson and 2nc by Schram that the following res olutlon be adopted: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, Kossuth County Iowa, is the owner In fee slmpl of certain real estate located t LuVerne, Kossuth County. Iowa, de scribed as Lot 6 of Block 8. Orig Plat, which said title was ac aulred by virtue of a Warrant Deed dated July 1, 1937 and re corded In the office of the Kossut County Record-er on July 2, 1937 I Book U-l on page 233, which dee was made, executed and dellvere to Kossuth County. Iowa, by Pete Thompson and Minnie Thompsor and WHEREAS, said conveyance wa mad* subject to the right to redeem the same under certain conditions and Wihereas, all such rights of re demptlon have tow long since ex plred and Kossuth County Is no the absolute and unqualified owne of said real estate, and WHEREAS, 1-e.wls Wlldln an John A, Ramuj b»v« Offered tt> Friday, April 27 Henry Charles Tuesday, May 1 Scandinavian Accordion Band Friday, May 4 Pat Hoffman, His Trumpet and His Orchestra ."t; Dancing 8:30 P. M. to 11:45 P. M. Without Intermission. -FO*. Wesley ToWHthlpi'lft' iKfr 614160114 6? 1500.00 be approved and .placed .»«' file, AyeS: All. Nays! None. • i ., Motion made ># Ffasef and 0nd. by Johnson that the Board bf 8U<- pervlsora approve tho cancellation of assessment bf building, oh lot 1 Of Block 22, WeStertt .Town Lot Go's 1st Addition to the lOWrl 6t Bancroft, Iowa, ami also the 1944 tax on same, on account bf building was destroyed by nre about tfia year 1837. Ayes: All. Nays! NOne. On motion adjournment Was tak 1 en until 8:0fl o'clock A. M., May. 1; .t. F, Quinn, Clmlf-man, •Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: L. J. Immerfall, County Auditor, School f fMdentr gf i tM- f M«tti School Districts "<rf KStftttH G&sst ty t state of id^aK:h«ld G<mft ,Housei ; df, said Gfc the 8th day : of May, A, D., 1948, at 10:08 a. Jst.>-.ld*' im puffcdse of . electing a County of Schools and three steinbefs of the County Board 6f Education, as JiroVlded toy Secttett 4098*4120, Code of 1939, The Rural Independent Scfiobl districts .will hold their various ',N«; 2 Seneca Ttaflfc Dist, Ne, 7 w. eea Twft tust, No. fl i On the 1st day of May f ftt 10:00 a. lj, J, Iftiftietfallt Auditor, Kossuth County, INSULATION is now a MUST 20 per cent Less Coal In 19451 Iowa Homes to Get Only 80% of Coal Used in 1944 EAGLE .'& QWAttlCOM ',-:•» W, AfWftMfifS AT LAW Office in Bawye* M Office Phofle 42t 16WA AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1988) Co«ald d. Hutdilson "fheodofe d. Hutchison Security Staid Bank Building Phone 261 Alg6n*,l6w» a J, V&n Jfe« Alleft A. Brunw)» VAN NESS & BRUN60N A'TWBMfiiYfi Af LAW Offices in new Helae Buildlnaf Phone 213 Algona, low* C€RTIFI€D INSULATION LINN AN « MfNCH ATTORNBys AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 26* Offlre over Kossuth Mut. In*. Bldg ALGONA, IOWA Will Save You 40% of Your Fuel You Can't Afford Not to Insulate Call 275 For FREE Survey of your home and estimate bf cost. No Obligation <*' Insulate Now! No Down Payment Three Years to Pay' .„ Pay for it as you would buy your fuel. 1st Payment Nov. 1st. Men and Materials Are Available Don't Wait Until Next Fall and Be Disappointed COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY Algona EMMETSBURG PRODtFCJTION- CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers Mid Stockmen. with a sound basis for " iiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiwiiiiiiiiiw^ Yes, the poultry meat demand this year — for military hospitals and the armed forces—is 670 millions pounds! That's nearly double the amount purchased by the military last year! Under provision of the W. F. A. Set-aside Order, the military forces are buying practically all of the broilers in the four great broiler producing areas of the country* and the entire output of canned chicken is required for military uses, Meat Supplies Will Be Low Large additional quantities of poultry will >»e needed to alleyiate the serious clrUiftn meat shortage expected this summer and fall. By getting your chicks off to an early stwt now, you will help supplement flbe civilian meat supply «t a time when the nee4 is most critical, In »ddj» tjon, it will ease tbfnufe on dressing plants this fall in the peak of the chicken and turkey marketing season. Get Your Chicks Now W. F. A. officials urge farmers to raise chickens for meat purposes as early as possible! Chicks purchased now can be out of the brooder house in 6 to 8 weeks, leaving the brooder nonse free for another Hock of baby chicks. This means a second flock can be stajrted after May J and war* keted before October! To help you cooperate wltli #»e W. F. A, poultry production program., Swift, & Company fcat«J*w» les are ready to supply you witft f»st<fr0wi»f* fast«flesh!ng, Swift's Baby micfcs, They're Husky, Healthy, Hurdj—14e»l fpr a. second fleet, j£ C, S, KURTZ, Manager PIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 X Swift 6* Company BUY SWlfT*» BAB* CHICK* 880 Oaylord D, Shumway Edw. fi. Kelly Harold "ft Frlstedf MWAir, KELLY & . ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone ALOONA, IOWA K A. WDfKBL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building 'hone 180 Algona, lowi PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS- a H. CKBTZMEYBB* M* D. Phone 444*410' SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbfaith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MEL.VIN G. BOUBNfi Phone—Office 197 Rea. 1» Across from F. S. Norton & Son DENTKHDB- A. J. BASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 8M» KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 119- OPTOMETRIST A. W. Amunson Office—Borcnardt Bldg. Eyes Examined ,. Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Agent Northwestern Mtttual Life Algona, Iowa 'hone 656 Res. 173< ., v , 'art time office, Friday 1 to * . m., National Farm Loan Ass'nn Office % Block South of Council Oak Store. Typewriter Paper 500 sheets 75' This la a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines "BETTER QUALITY" "QUIOCEt SERVKT HEADQUARTERS RUBBER STAMPS Vow orders will be filled promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW] STAMP PADS AND INKS WHO STAMPS-SEAL}

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