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Algona, Iowa
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. IS, 1945 lEINCADEMY iTWHlilHHORE GHT IN TIME The Whlttetnoj-e department were called to ex- ulffli n tttS at PrtJSeritaillori Icademy, Mijrtdny morning. • It ms ihnt dlectrie mator which rives the ton-' became .overheated' M Ignited .the oil which caused bite a blaze from the fuel car- jrator. Charles Elbert whrt !s Ihltor at the academy came into ne furnace room just in 'time to Sscover the very start of the fire. ie only damage" was the motor Id the 'blower were ruined by H'e blaze. Voigt, Algona, spent the end with her parents, Mr. ftd Mrs. Herman Voigt. I Mi', and Mrs. George Jergcns sited with Mr. and Mrs. Guy ftr-rell at .-Ruthven Sunday. ' •.Mr. and -Mrs. Archie Volgt and on James visited at the Frank |,S6humachcr home Sunday after- Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur -Heiden- fcwlth visited at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. >Ross Vnux in .West Bend pYldny evening. S, Mr. and Mi's, Ernest Meyer and [son Elddn 1 Rae, and daughter Slairie visited with friends in West pehd Friday evening. ; In a deal made last week John iMaahs became the owner of the |forffier Creighton house just south of the Swanson furniture store. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker "visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Haahs and Mr. and |>Mrs. Leonard Meyer Monday afternoon. Clyde Gingerich arrived home |rrorn the European theater of war lun'day after serving overseas two rear.s and being wounded in combat-in Germany. _ A. 3V6 pound daughter was born JjSo'Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald, r£uesday in St. Mary's hospital at Rochester. They 'have two.other Jjhildren, both girls. Mrs. George Meyer returned ame from Rochester, Minn., Fri- Bby; evening where she spent the fpast two weeks with her daughter "Irs; William Ostwald. Mrs. John Volk and son Charles >ft ;lor Iowa City Tuesday where ley will consult with specialists t the University hospital in re- ards to thpjr ailments. s Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and Jilliarn Ostwald drove to Rochest- IpV iMinn., Sunday to see Mrs. yilliam Ostwald, who is a patient at St. Mary's hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and son;} Eldon Rae and daughter 'Ela(ne and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer were Sunday evening vis- '-at the Arthur Heldenwith's. § rj.i and Mrs. Paul Hahn and ly, Des Moines,, spent part of "^astjj'week visiting at the home of M(V Harm's parents Mr. and Mrs. •F. p. Hahn, Paul also took ni sev- cnjl'xiays of hun'ting. Mis. Otto Bell and sons Bernard [and'Elmer, and daughter Mrs. jlrehe Schwindt drove to Sheldon f;THursday whei'e they visited with Mr. and Mrs. William Koehriecke, the women ate sisters, MrS. Peter Schumacher, local chairman 'df .the United National Clothing Coliectlbtt tot overseas of this past spfrn^, has been asked to serve again as local ehajfrnan in a secdrid nation-wide clothing collection for overseas relief. Among those who attended a post fjubtlal shower In honor of Mrs. Faff, formerly Lucille Kuecker, held Sunday afternoon at the parochial sfehool at Lotls Creek were Mrs. Emille Siems, Mrs, Henry Kuecker, Mrs. Richard (Pbtratfc and daughter Bertha, Mrs. Herman dade, Mrs. William Gade, Mrs; Theo'dore Meier, Mrs. Lorenz .Gade, ,Mrs, Arnold Gade and daughter .Nelda, and Mrs, Henry .Wiehtendahl. FENTON CLUB MET ATDREYEKHOME Fent6n:;,T(ie Friendly Neighbors club 'held.'its.;November meeting •nt the home o'f iLoren nnd Dorothy Dreyer, last .Week, with a demonstration given by Lillian Peckham, county home economist. Correct table settings were demonstrated, and Miss Peckham explained how to construct Unique table centerpieces for farfn homes. Sixteen members and guests were present. * - • .,,... Birthdays .observed were those of Florence Weisbrod, Mrs. Erie Reide and Mrs. A. J. Meyer. The^next meeting Will be a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. B. C. Luedtke, with Mrs.. Ed Meyer and Mrs. Waldemar Laage 'assisting. , - HONOR BRIDE AT FENTONSHOWE Fenton: A miscellaneous shower was held «t the Walter Krause home Sunday afternoon ih honor of Mrs. ,Wm. Brady, ne'e Gladys Krause. 800 was played at six tabjes and Mrs. Frank Flalg won high score prize, Mrs. Henry Kueck, second high, and Mrs. Ervin Frink low. Mrs, Brady Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Krause and has been in the Waves for a year and a' half, but how ha? received her discharge and will spend the time With her parents until Christmas when her husband, who Is in the navy, will arrive and then she will return with him as he will have shore duty. _ ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA 1 Runaways! Lloyd Shipp of Plainfield was injured when a : team of horses he was using ran aw%y. Mr. Shipp, who was cleaning the chicken house had tied the team, hitched to a spreader, to a building.' Be^ coming frightened when one of the horses pulled its bridle, the team started running. Shipp, in 'attempting to stop 'them, Is believed to have cfallpn beneath the wheels of the spreader. The team was stopped by Marvin Ihde who was working in a neighboring field and were guided back to the home farm where they crashed through the barn door—Ihde stayed outside. Mr. Shipp received .chest injuries and both collar bones were broken. Board of Supervisors' Proceedings Office Algona, Jrnvn ' ' October I. I94 r 8:00 O'clock A-.-M. Thn Board of Supervisors of Kos sutb County, Iowa, met In rcguhi session pursuant to adjjournmen with the following members pres out: .1. H. Fraud-, W. F,. McDonald W. A. Scram, J. P. Qulnn nnd M. L Johnson.' Motion made by Fraser nnd 2m by .lohr.son that the following schedule of rates of pay and hours of work for 'all Kossuth Countj ad Kmployees be fl.ved, beginning? as of September 1st, lillfi: Slim Foreman or Mechanic SO ets. pe 1-our. Patrolman or Tractor Oner ator 70 cts. per hour. Drag Lin Operator 80 cts. per hour. Tilers 70 els. p(Jr hour.;- All other employ ees (IB cts. per hour. The classification of work at which an em ployee spends a major portion of hlf time will determine hls'rate of pny All county road employees will be governed by tbo folnwlng: RtgV hours per day for months of November. December, January and Febru nry. Balance of months will be tei hours per dav. AJ! full time em ployees who have worked confirm ously for one year or more will be entitled to two. weeks vacation 01 sick leave, with January 1st, 191i being date for beginning snld vncp lion or sick'leave for the year 1!MB and that each January 1st 1 ereafle will be thn beginning date for vn cations or sick loaves during tin yenr. AyeR: All. Nays: Nmle. Motion made by Johnson and 2ni b.v Frhsor that-I ho following reso nt- ( plfid: H.W.POST |Dray and Transfer y Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every UpQd'--lrraur«i against losa or ,"damage. Equipped to do all •Jtjnda of draylng and haul-' ,Jng. RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from JTOMACH ULCERS fro EXCESS ACID FreeBookTellsof HomeTr«atm*ntth»l M,HSt Help or It Wilt Coat You Notblnj |0 «* t WD million bo t tlonof tlln W 1 LJ.ARD lirHBATMENThavobuondoldfoi- relief of |'M f ini'l<inis of distress arisl UK frpm8t»fni«ch tjifil Ouodm»l Ulc«rf duo lo E«c»« Acli>«- f Poft Olieitlon, Sour or Upttt ^it>m«<*. ' fli\(!««, Hurtbuni. Slmplmnm. ttn- > f' E»i» Acid. Soli] on Ifidcy*' trWl for "Willord't M«MI«» wUicb fiOJ) Algona: / DT DRUG STORE OHNESOBGE DRUG LuVerne: . luilqn hondop HKMOr/IITIOlV WHEUKAB. ,lra Link Is lnd«bte< to Kossutb Crtiinty. Town, for per sonal taxes assessed >ln thn year? ]92.'! lo J(128 Inclusive, In the njjgrt gate sum- of $49, H8 with accumulated Interest and : costs, and WirranpAfi, It nppear.s that tin said taxes are not qollocllhlo In fill and that they are' not a Hen ngnlns any real estate, and WITIOriKAS, an offer of $.10.00 ban been made for' a settlement of tin snld taxes. Interest and costs In full NOW, TMiRriRFORR. bo It resolv ed by llw B.oard of .SuporvlKors o Kossnth County, Townvjbnt the snl< offer be inceoptedi and that ihe County Treasurer bo and he Is autl-- nrlxml to accept the snld sum In full settlement of the snld taxes, Interest and dosts. Resolution declared adopted this 1st day of October, I04fi. Ayes All. Nays.-.Npne,. . Motion mndo by McDonald nnd 2nr by .Tohn.tnn that n refund In the LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, Nov. 16 ' Walter M»HIe , Tuesday,^ Nov. 20 . Malqk's Accordion Friday, Nov. 23 Lynn Kerns ARM SALE As my husband is ill, we Wf> g parming and will sell the following equipment p« the located X mile north of No. 222 at wst side of , Iowa, > • - ! '•'-.'/. ':-^'!^ : .- : : '-^/: > • *' •;.'• . No. \i,.yiQ. 89 ; ana Kfi. H«« Ayes: A. 11. Nays: None, : •: > : Motion miije by Praaer and 3n<l tiy Mononata ,t\wt, .Jol.nson he »p r pointed, • to ; mfHe neqessury rej»Irs in the foUpwIns drainage qiatrlcte: NO. j«, NQ. ST. NO, so. Na-g^'tfp;. «j 121, NQfU2Sr>rp »88, Sub, 8 flf 00. Sub 13 of No, 80 am} Joint • nmonnt of $.190 be made .to Rarl C. Hesley on- ncconnt of having paid the O. A. A. tax Iwlcc for the year lO.lli. Ayes: All. Nnys: None. Motion marie Jiy rich ram and 2nd by FraHcr that a. refund In the amount of J29.85 he made to Thomas 7i\ nnd Dorothy O. Kane for the years 1940, 1941, 19.12. 1943 and 1944, on account that they have paid taxes on four acres of rnnd along the west side of W14 of. Section 35, Township flfi, TJnnge 27. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion made hy" Schram and 2nd hy Johnson that a refund In the amount of J5.24 be made to R, J. Widen, for the yenrs 1043 nnd 1911, on account that lie has pntrt -taxes on four acres of road along the. east side of TC',£ of Section 34, Township 95, nangre 27. Ayes:- All. Nays: None. • Motion mndo by Scliram and 2nd by .Tohnson that Uie following resolution ho adopted: IIESOT.UTION • • - WHTOTIKAS, Ivossuth County, Iowa, IB the owner In fee simple of certain real estntn located In. Btirt Township, Kossuth County, Iowa. described as that parcel of land beginning at a point 760 feet' South, and 33 f-eet West, of the Northeast corner of Section 29,' Townshln 97, North, Tianso 28 West of the. Fifth P. M., thence South 290. 1 foot, thence Went 150 feet, thence North 2S10.1 feet, thence East 1»0 feet to point of beginning, containing In all one acre more or less, and which said title was acquired by virtue of a Warranty- Deed dated February 7; 19,17, ','iinrt" recorded-. • Inr'Ol^-.of (too nt •(.lift .Kossuth Countv Ttcco>(lep v "on Fohriiary 8, 1917. In Hook ilfl on Page 493, which deed was made, executed nnd delivered to KossuLn Coiinlv Iowa, by Win, A. Stoutenbiirg and Angle L. Stoutenburg, husband and wlfo. and WH-KURAS, said "real fiRtatn was purchased by Kossutb County, Iowa. for Hie .gravel and road malcrlal contained In said tract, and WHPinRAS. Kossuth County. Iowa, hail the sole use of said real estate until said grave) nnd road material Is exhausted, and wh«n lln> gravel and road material container! In said tract Is exhausted It Is to revert lo the original sub-division from whence 'It was lakeri as per agreement at time said tract wan purohnscd by said countv. NOW TITRUKKOUR, RR IT HR- SOFjVRD. by the Hoard of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, thai after having Inspected the said premises, the said Board of Siiper- vl»or« flnil that the sravel pit has now been abandoned, thers being no more gravel and road material to ho taken from same. IT FurtTHran Oh motion Board proceeded lo audit, nnd allow claims as per "flchp.- dtile of Claims" hereinafter written. < Con n I A l.'nml NW Boll Telephone Co., , telephone serv $ ('i City of Alpronft, plnctrlfl serv 27.89 W. W. Sullivan, postage and box rent ........ .... Jijleanor Kollasch, assist. CO. An'illlnr Hofolhy Mergen, usslni. Co. Auditor ...... ; Mni'J"l'ln J. Weber, nsslsl. Oo. Treasurer ........... Mary Ann Morgen, nudist, Co. Recorder .1. If. Frnscr, romm. nnd sessions . . \V. I'!. MoUnnnld, comm. nnd sessions W. A. Hchrnm, romm. anil sessions .......... . .1, F. Qulnn, comm. nnd . sessions M. .lohnson. comm. and sessions ................. (!. IT. Oslwlnklo, del. r>er. prop, tnx coll ............. A. J, Cogley, itillenge nl:d Invest, fees .......... A. K. l.aurllzen, Irflvel expense ................... 'Woody Bowman, assist. Co. Sum, ................ Jerry l.nurllKen, nsslsl. Co. Supt ....... 9 .......... IT. W. Miller, sup, nnd office exp .................. Tl.n Bancroft Replsler, hoard proceedings ...... Advance Publishing Co., office sup. nnd hrd. proceed. . ......... , , ........ nihbon & Carbon Supply Co., office sup. .......... Kllplo IJOOKH Loaf Company, office sup., etc ........... Matt Pnrrolt & Hnr.s Co., 25.53 85.30 K5.30 72. BO 84.10 221.70 1fi9.fln 209.03 242. W 218.1H 38.81 153.10 4 5. .10 2.00 4.00 08.0,1 47. 1S fi2.1fl 19.10 . sup ..................... 171.17 Konli Brothers, sup ........ . 02.8.1 Klrllar *. Chambers Co., sup. 210.72 Mason Publishing Company, books ................ ... 20.00 C. W. Penrson, adv. bty,. etc ................... ' ____ 13.05 Molvln Rlcklefs, bty ....... 2.00 Tbos. Von Bank, bty ......... 1.00 Delia Welter. J. P. fees.,.. 2.00 A. J. Cogley. sheriff fees.... .1.00 J, B. Johnston, J, P. fees.. 2.00 A. J. Cogley. sheriff fees... 9.00 Frank KohlUnas, mayor fees 4.00 R. A. Rvans. Coroner's fees 7.50 Algona Ins. Agency, fire extinguisher refills ...... 3.75 Mlssourl-Kansns Chemical Co., sup ........ . ......... 35.59 R. A. Knnpp. typewriter repairs and parts Algona Electric, repairs nt 1.00 .tall 11.SB Albert n. Anderson, mgt D.GO Kossuth County Farm Bureau, rinpronrlntlon ... 410.00 Methodist Church, use of basemen! 0.00 Ko.os. Co. War Act. Comm., office expense ' 103.70 Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, stamns and stamped env... 27.41 Hinte IiiHlldiUnn Fluid Helen White, clerk's fees.. 10.50 Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, phys. fees 0.00 T. C. Hutchison, attorney fees 3,00 D. C. Hutchison, attorney fees 3.00 I!«np?M -niNefiNp Kiinil Dr. Robert 13. Wagner, Indem. cattle 7.00 CDMHlriii'tlini Fund H. M. Smith, salary 303.80 Helen Leigh, assist. Co. Engineer 88.50 Scott F. Noland and Tlie Kflult. Llffl Assur. Soc., gravel land 27iifl.OO Tl. F. & Emma 13. Donovan, one acre of gravel land.. i12B.OO 291.88 952.00 . that .1. P. Qulnn, Chairman of the Hoard of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa,' nnd I* .1. Immerfall. Auditor, of KoHsuth County. Iowa. shall bo and are hereby authorized to executo, sign and deliver a Quit Claim Deed conveying the said described real estate to Wm. A. Stout- enhurg, now tl;« owner of the real estate containing; tne parcel of land described herein. The vote thereoii resulting as follows: Ayes: Supervisors J. H. Fritser, W, E, McOonaltl, W. A. Schrom,. M. L. .Tohnson and J. P, Qulnn. Those voting nay were: None, IteBolutlon dec)ar«d adopted thin 1st day of Oetober. 1945. Mot(on made Fraser and 2nd . by : McDonald that the Board of SupervlsqcB purchase approximately one acre of land fronv II. F, anJ Rrnnm B. Donovan for road purpose tl<0 -North and Rast side of of Section 25. Township SB, Range 28, Ayes: All. Nays : None. Motion made by McDonald and 2nd by Frasor that the folloXvIng 3rd quarterly reports be approved: Rei, corder'a Report of Fees for »fi94,55; Clerk's Report of Fees for $1719.5); Auditor's Report of Fees mid other collections for »145.71; Sheriff's Re, port to Board of Supervisors. Ayes: All. Nays; None. Motion made by Johnson and 2nd by Fruser tli'at tl;e following final estimates for maintenance gravel- Ing of the Bagley Construction be approved: No. 1. No, 2, No. 3 ami No, 10. Ayes:, All. Nays: None. Motion made by Johnson and, 2nd. by McDonulU that Frasev be aii- polntpd to m.aHe neoessan-y repairs on the following drainage districts: No. 9, -No. 105 anfl Joint Dra)n H. & K. No. 1, Ayes: All. Kays; NonoT Motion .made ^y. Fraser an4 2nd by Jqlinson that McDonald Pe an? pointed lo rnahe necessary repairs on drainage rJlptrlcf ( No, 01, Ayes: All. Nays; Npne. :; • ; Motion nuiae by McDonald, anil 2na by Frftser tuat OuJnn be an, pQlRt«4'tq mafce neoesssj-y re »n t } e JP'tey.! 1 ! 1 * dmlnaire' dist Concrete Products Corp., sup Wheeler Lumber Bridge ft Sup. Co.. sup TllnllileiuilK'r Kiniil NW Bell Telephone Co., tele, serv FJagley Construction Co., loading a'n'il hauling gravel ey. Construction Co., V afiH" y KrrYrTrng " gravel City of Algona, elec. and water serv Bennle Nellls. labor on road'tlkj drain rteiner Helmers, labor on road tile drain Bagley Construction Co., loading gravel. and hauling 29.89 8820.72 13821..19 Id.30 19.38 1».°.S 4913.13 Hoovers oil Co., fuel sup Peerless oil Co., fuel gun.. naMcrofl Oil Co.. '"fuel Blip. . Ihter-Slnle Oil, Co., snji Hiingerford- flhrflge, Sup... R. K. Herliikc, S4..13 lll.lill 8-70.M 274.52 20.<t3 28.00 24.00 3.11) K 00 br, C. H.'Orpiiineyef,' modi'-'' cal nld >..,'.... .Not Allowed IW. C. II. (Iretzmeyer, office calls and medicine 11.On Dr. W. I 1 . Pel?., medical on re 61.75 Or. L. M. Mnrlln, mnillcnl en rn . ..... .. (Jrocery i!o.; iirov. Vyhmcmore Fnrmers Coop. Of.v., prnv. . ..- ........... Prtiil Rrnst, prov. ..... , ____ . ...... . .............. Dr. R. I). Bennnlt, mcdlcnl nrtrr ........... ......... Dr. It. K. Itlrhnrdson mrdl- .cnl care ..... '..;.; ....... Mr«. John Mnrlln, hoarding homo rnro ..,...• ........ .Tpe Anderson, load of cobs. . Henry .1. Kline, rent ........ Swnn Funeral Home, nmbu- Depl. of Social \VelCnl-o, nld lo flr>pondnr:l children.... Depl. of Moclnl Welfare, nld to blind 20.00 O.oo 24.00 25.00 4.00 10.00 15,00 194. SB 111.32 Mnrvi>l Dole, travel expense f!ounI.v Knrrn— NW HP!| Telephone Co., tele. snrv. .•'...;,.,,:, L. M. .Stephens,, light and power sorv 22.23 Ben RnkkPn. salary 100.00 Dennis Lynch, salary 125.00 uylfi CtelnhPck. salary Mnunrlon Co-op. lOlev. Co., coal, oats nhd Iwln-o 22B. Algoha -Bilking Co., pf-ov... 25.0S Aleona ten Cronrti & Candy butchering 1250 Pratt Klpplrlc Co., sup 4.28 Algona Implpment Co., sup 0.2 Kossutli County Imp. Co., sup ; Bay's .lark Sprat, prov , Srtrcnson flropnry Co.. prov. Dr. P. V. .Tnnae. mndjoal earn Dr. f*. IF. Orntzmeycr, tnpill- C. M. St. 1'. & Pac. liy. C., one carload fir Ibr. and d|v.erslqn digs (182.87 Bagley Construction Co., loading and hauling gravel 1628.02 19.38 1D.3S 19.38 19.38 212.80 192.00 171.CO 28.0( Ferdinand Meyer, labor. '.. .. 145U( Itasmle Hansen, bridge .work, etc. 153.0( Bert Shellms'er, patrol 156.9< Clarence Hentgres, patrol..,. 171.CO S. D. McDonald, shop work. etc 181.70 Ralph Markla, cut brush, hauling dirt, etc 171.6t Archie DoddH, cut brush, etc. 160.70 Oliver Young, labor .., 172.90 A. J. Hlldman, checking gravel , 237.00 Urban Neurotly. labor,...... 188.50 Jol'.i: Helmers, labor oji road tlln drain Verne Scobba. labor on road tllo drain DU-k H-elmers, labor on road tlln drain Pete Helmers, labor on road tile drain Leroy Crnpser, shop mechanic Joe M. Ijsscr. operating dragline ..., Clifford Holmes, patrol.,.. -Arnold Wcgner. labor. . Raymond Neuroth, unload plank, mowing weeds, etc, 62, 8C Lem Stockwflll, grading, ejc, 186,50 Dick Baade, road work.,,,. 93.20 C. H, Cooper, bridge work and cutting weeds 118,40 Dwlght F. araharn, road work Geo. F, Ciralmm. hauling plank, etc Andrew Kromlnga, running 86.40 77,90 scoop .,.,, , 183,70 James M. Long, patrol 130.CO William F. Schroder, cutting UvusU and hauling rock... 134,00 Charles W. Thompson, patrol 142.40 Donald Rferstedt, l^bor..,. 19. Charles HawHs, labor 13.00 Wlllard Thon%p«on, cutting bruuh 123,20 Leo Fox, labor,.., 43.80 Clyde Sanders, checking gravel 230.15 Ve|'n« MolindBri pati-bi '.'.'.'.', I59ioo Itoelf K. Miller, patrol...... 123.80 Alvln Kwlng, patrol.,,,... 186.80 J, H, Montgomery, patrol,... 160,05 Dpyul Sanders, patrol, 171,60 John S. vViideraqin, patrQl,.. (88.00 J4?,50 43.50 SO >0 So.oft SO.oS l?,3S 9,00 \Vni, ChrlsteiiHen, • weeds ..,,.,,.,,,,.,,.,,, B, I'qroeroy, lufaor i-epalr. Ing road (lie Loon, »• ,' Kay A. Marqijls, - , Pergande, |a|>qr, . , , , , MHier. trimml|iK, wood ,...,,..,.,, •, .;,.,,,' rl Qarrett, liaullnff dirt,. ' Harry I* Cutler, roud work,. 2125,,0,() 10.TS 28,6| ?«,!< :JI« % "l.8! 34 FiHindryf »Miv;:vij 3®, w&mm&&&--~~-^. ",„,. -•--•=••"-'-•'---•••>• •-•• ;,*»«?.« 11.BS 24.93 13n.r,2 18.00 1 00 BIO IT nESOLVKD,"''Tlint the County Auditor is hereby author- ised nnd directed to Issue warrants for all claims allowed at this meel- tnK ns shown by-the "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written. On motion adjournment was taken until 9:00'o'clock A. M., Octohe 10. in IB. • ... J. F. QUINN, Chairman Board of .Supervisors. Attest: L. J. IMMEBFALL. County Auditor. Auditor's Office Algonn, Iowa October 10, 1945 9:00 O'clock A. M. The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, lown, met in regular session pursuant to adjournment with the following members present: ,1. H. Fraser, W. K. McDonald. W. A. Schram, ,). F. Qulnn and M. L. .Johnson. Motion made by Fraser and 2nd b.v Schrarn that the Board of Supervisors approve the report of C .('. Soharlach. Drainage Engineer, reporting favorably that repairs are necessary on Laterals No. 4 and 4A of Drainage District No. 9, and that the County Auditor be authorised and directed to advertise for bids for said work. Ayes: All. Nays: None. ; Motion made by Fraser and 2nd by Johnson that the Board of Super- vsiors appoint D. L. Leffert. Drainage Engineer, to make survey and report on Laterals No. 5 ar.d 5A at Drainage District, No. 9. and mak!i report to Board how best to repair said Laterals in order to restore saip-e' to : their original efficiency. •Ayes:: All. Nays: None. • Molon made by McDonald and 2nd by Schram that tl.o Board of Supervisors advertise and receive bids on Ihe 13th day of November. 1945. at 2:00 o'clock P. M., for the purchase of the following type of road machines: 5 patrol grader, 2 Industrial tractor of approximately 30 H. P.. 2—114 Ion trucks and 1 heavy duly truck. Ayes: All. Nays: Nor p. Molloti mado>by 'Fraser and 2nd by Mpponnld. fl non-rcsltlpnt namp'd 'persons: : ' Hn'rold 'KamrYilh and "family. Josenb Drummer 'and famllv, Charles .Wlnfred Hamillon and family. Don Taylor and family. Mnrv.FIfkcrl; and son. TllRh'ard T!n.v Fickert and Vincent C. Adams. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mot Ion made by McDonald and 2nd by Johnson tliat (he following resolution bo adopted: IIRNOM.'TION there has been (ndex- , PI! In tl.e office of the Auditor of Kossuth Countv. Iowa) under Suctions' .1(10.1.1 and .300^.2 of the 19.19 Code of Jowa, which becam-R pfl'cc- II vn In 19:19. for the purpose of creating a Men upon real estate of Mrs. Nftlda. Brooks by reason of care furnished to h«r between .September 30, 192n, and September 27, 1929, as a. tubercular patient at the Slate Knnltnrlum at Oakdale, Iowa. amounting to the sum of Two Thousand Klve Hundred Fivo and RO/lflfl Dollars ($2505.50), and WHRRRAS, Sections 3004.1 and 3COI.2 of tl'.o 1939 Code of Iowa do not authorise a Hen for the care of tubercular natlenjs at the State .Sanitarium at Oakdale, Iowa, and therefore the Indebtedness for thn core of Mrs. Nelda Brooks should not have been entered In tho lien book hv the/County Auditor, and WHRHRAS, the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, now desire' to release any lien on the real estate of Mrs. Brooks . which It now has by reason of the Indexing of said indebtedness as aforesaid. «. NOW. THRREPORlf. BR IT KK- SOI.VRD by 'the Board of Supervisors of Kpasuth County, Iowa, that the lien created against reul .estate of Mrs. Nelda Brooks for care furn- Isl.ed lier . as a tubercular patient nt the Stato-.Sanltarlum at Oakdale. .Iowa, by reason at the Indexing "f said account in' the Auditor's Office In accordance with Sections 8GO-1.1 and 3604.2 of the 1939 Code of Iowa, should bei and tlie same Is hereby , RRSOI.VBD that the Auditor of ICossutl.- County, Iowa, bo ahd he Is hereby aiitborlKCd and directed to releaso salt! lU«n claim wpoji the lien record of his office. . ' •• The vole thereon resulting ns follows! Ayes; . I. H, Fraser. W, B. Mo- Uonald. W. A, Sehram, M. J* Jol.n- SQII iH!d,,I. F. Qulnn. Thoso voting n«y were; None. Resolution declared adopted this Ifllh day of October, 19-15. Motion m.afle by McDonald and 2nd b.v Schram (hat the following reso- utlan be adopted: released. BR , IT ' FURTHER \VUKRI5A<3, County, Iowa, obtained title to Lot Throe (S), Block Beyer. (7). Original 1'Jut of t|ie To\vi»,'0f L«Venie, Kosgutl: Coqnty. •Iowa, by Avarntlity dee'.) dated -February 8, 19S3. reuui'ded un -cli J, I833 t |n Book T-l, on. Puga said deed jittVliifc" been executed by Uavld \V, I4ani|u, alntrie, for tM« purpose of securtpK Kodsuth County, -Jpwu,, for money to be advanced (o him by sahl County by w»y p( an unuuul cash aljowunce. lowu, u( One Thouaund Po liy our County, ' iq of tion vested In liuvld W. Kaium long since e.»j)Ire<J, and WHBRKAS, the records of suth m- upon beortme emerged with the title, and WirKnRAK. KoHHiith Comity, Town, has now accepted (hn offer nml sold mild reft] oHtate In (.liiy TraliR:*'!' ui:ri>r (Into of .lime 11. 1!)46. under n. Himrliil Warranty I iced, fur thn sum of (»no Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) liy Ih* terms of whirl. KoKsulh Oounly, Town, " would IIP obligated lo pny tax lions which mlfthl nttdcl. against snld real ex- Inln prior to .lur:e 8, 1945, nnd U'HUKI'JAS, It Is now the. desire of the Ilnitrd of Biiitprvlsors of KOR- snlh County, lown, tn rlfhr Ihn records of Ihn Treasurer of Kossnin County, Inwii. In Kofnr as said SIIH- liende'd InxoM for the years Iflili, Jfl.lrt, 19.11 nml 1PII2 itix! concerned, ns WPlI as UIP illopr.ll Inxps nsMpssod for thf' yofii' 103t. NII\\-, 'Tino'importR nK rr TIK- ROI,VRl) nv TIIK HO/MU) <!!•• KI!- piouvisoriK OK i<o.sHtn:ii COHN- 'i'v, luvvA. AS FOLLOWS: 1. Tlint Din snsiwmlcil ilPllnii'i'Pi'l Inxps on MIP forcKoInK dPsri'MiPd rpnl nxlate for the ycncs I»;)l nnd 1932 he nml tl.p, licroby aim I Ml nnd pancellcd, U. Tlint Ihn general lnx«s for the ynitr- 1!).'I7 nsscspsd nK'nlnfll t'he nhovo-dpHcrlhod properly bp, flntl tlife.' sftino imi hereby nhntp.d and '-tni-."' rp||pd. . • : :!. Tlint th-o f.'onnly Audllor la l.prphy luilhorliipd and dlrpHtPfl Ib'i certify the nhalpinpiit nnd canpella- llun of HIP I n x on referrpd to In Par- nRrnphfl 1 and 2 hprpof to the donri- ly Tj'enmiror of KosButh County, lown,'nnd snrli (.'ounly 'I'rpnsui-pr IH hpi-phy dlrpot-pd lo show such nhnln- nii 1 !:! nnd ffnncpllntlnn upon tl'.'p, rpi'ords; of his offlpp. The vole thprpon rpsullpd ns follows: 'Ayps: Snpprvlsors, .t. H. Krnder. \V. !•!. MrDonnld. W. A. Sfbrnm, M. L. .lohnson nnd ,1, F Qnlnn. . * • Thosp vnlliiK nay WPTP: Nono. Thp 1'orpK'oInff npsolnllon wns IhPi'fMipon rlpplni'pd nfloplPd by lh< (Mnilrinnn of l).« Hoard of Snpp.rvi. sors of K'ossulh C'oniily, Town, on this 10th day of Oclohet', 1045. r- •2:0* o'clock p. M.. being ttre ti'rh'e set by Ihe Board of Supervisors -of K6s(jut|i County, t6*a, for the otieri- InJt bUTB for thfi frtnierlnl ft.nd con- strnetlnn of. tJrftlnnS* filstrlrt No. 1,71). ; And the Hoard "proceoded to open .inId bids. Tl.p. following lilrls fhr, malerlut were filed: doiiCfef.)! I't-odiicls Corpornlliin, tile 14,770.4;! delivered, cprtlfled check $2n5.0l); Ulrtioi-e Cement & Tile Co. ( tlto, *4,4Bft.8S. certified Check $225.00. Nil Was submitted on labor. It wns then • mfoVed by Hchrnm,n'nd 2nd by ,Iohh- son that this .hrinfjng for lelllnR pontrnct for lalmr rfr.d nmtp.vinl «•> DrnlnaRe District No. 170 bo nnd in hereby conilnucd tn isovi-miii-r I, 1!|45, nt 2:00 o'clock T'. M. Avps: All. Nays: None. ' On motion Bdjourntncnt wns tnU- oti until S:0fl o'clock A. M., Novehi- her IV 11)45. • ./. !•'. QTT1NN, Cl-.nlrhinn rionril /if .Siipprvlsors Knsslith County, lown. 1,. .1. IMMRnRALU County Auditor, Kossiilh County, town. •1- Say About STOP HERE! BETTER FOODS WIDER VARIETY AND LOWER PRICES Nnttv. I'riilly Pnllt Tnlces. Hnoi) n« Home Mnile nnd helps you snve SHOT LEAMON'S, Ohc pound WALDORF, < Rum & Brandy, 2 Ibs.l 59c STREAMLINED SHOPPING You're in . . .around , .and out in a hurry when yon shop at Council Oak. Or. you can take your time . . . shop as slowly as you wish., ; Council Oak Stores are self-service. You set your own pace. You select just what you. want and no one bothers you. Council Oak Stores are made to order for more pleasant shopping! "It's Safe to Save; at Council Oak" BIGGEST VALUE IN CITRUS FRUIT Texas Seedless Grapefruit LB, 64 c OEJT. JEItSET SWEET AC . POTMTOES,4 ibs,. 250 ONE KIND OR ASSORTED Carrots Rutabagas Turnips Acorn Squash MM ZdC P IbS. 5 for EMPEROR ORJIFES LB. V I3k WASHED AST) WAXED PARSNIPS, Ib, ... SNO-WHITE 4A . CAULIFLOWER, head 190 Found CRISP SOLID CABBAGE ......... 2ic Special price for Kraut Cabbage in 50-lb. bags. SWEET. SPANISH Found YELLOW ONIONS . 6c • Large Slices for Sandwiches NEW PACK PEACHES Lay In a Supply for the Winter. Sliced and Halves in good syrup. Subject to stock on hand. We offer at ihe following low prices. 24e f.arge No. 2£ can 28c, 25c and. WEtV PACK PEAS i. •,-"'•' , • Peas to pleas* every taste. Early June, Alaskan Peas and Sweet Peas under the "SUPERB" and: other well-known brands. All' critically .'inspected for quality. No. » •.•••".- . " Cans I4c, 13c, lie and 106 MOTT'S FAMOUS APPLE SAUCE ffo. 2 Can 140 MOTT'S SWEET APPLE JUICE 82-oz. Bottle 210 SI13JSWEET PRUNE JUICE 32-oz. Bottle 290 WON-UP Grapefruit JUICE <8-oz. Tin 1945 PACK CORN Different methods • of .prepara-j tion call for a different type of Corn. For this sale we . have] Golden Corn, and White Corn in both cream style and whole kernel; also the Fancy Vaouumf Pack Whole Kernel Golden, Bantam. The brands Include' "Superb" and other brands you, know. Stock up on two or more kinds for next Winter at thi; following low prices. V-;.'5 No. 8 ",*•*' •'.( Cans 14c, I3c ft m MKETXH'8 TOMATO JUICE ffo, J Ca« 100 SUPERB 8JfOOVHITE HOMINY So. S% Can 110 SHOES rnirfo RID BEETS CM 110 MORN1NO LIGHT CUT GREEN BEANS f. t C»» •V.. '"' . 140 COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS STANDING RIB ROASTS LB. 33c to (It's a Pleasure to Carve These Tender Roasts BEEF TO BOIL PER 17« LB. .... 1/.C ROUND STEAK, to 33c SIRLOIN STEAK, * .... 320 SHORT CUT STEAKS, H • . 49c to'' .,.. 39C WHO'VE A Impound ....... 220 280 Hiiro UVEU SAUSAGE, pound SUCED LIVER, pound 290 I'Jt'Jil.K ANB HAj- PIMENTO LOAF, pound 290 CHEESE LOAF, pound . . wo Asm jtijfa .',;/• IA, pound AAw 320 OLD FA81UOSEO ; ' , •. AA . M EAT LOAF, pound...... 33C First YU CORN MEAL ^st f«r M«ffin« 5,11., M, A, GEDNEY CO; BULK SAUERKRAUT An appetizing (rpj»t ge Whsw^ra, 8p»Mari*ei plf othfr economy eutf of - *- •«n, l RAUTQN, P kg... tig ttBrt «»«?« 4S» »««!• Cream QVIQH A«9 P9V Quaker Oaf Blleioiu mi Ho t"^•^.-HJWflF : '-JJ'Wt —JWMfH groats *•••"-.. ,-'• -«Ui5? ^'"•-•''^'i'i^^rc-^ 1 ^ ^fe : ^s-^^iM^^S-M^^^^^^^w4"jl^^

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