The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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MGE SIX, IRENE LOEBIG AND JACK LICKTEIG WED AT WESLEY, TUESDAY JUNE 4 Wesley: A bautiful wedding was solemnized in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Tuesday morning, June 4 at 9 o'clock by Rev. L. N. Klein who officiated at the double- ring ceremony which united Irene, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ldebig, and Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig, in marriage. Thc bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a floor length dress of lace with over-net skirt and train. She wore a fingertip veil -which was held in place with a .tiara of orange blossoms. She carried a white satin-covered prflyer book adorned with an or- cHid and streamers of sweet peas. They were attended by Carmel HcKteig, sister of the groom, and Richard Martin, her fiancee, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Loebig, broth- in-law and sister of the bride. The flower girl was Patty Waldschmidt. niece of the groom. Jimmy Loebig, nephew of the bride, carried the rings on n white satin pillow. After the ceremony the near relatives were honored at a reception at the bride's home. The table decorations were curried out in pink and blue. The groom graduated from the local public school with the class af 1939 and has assisted his father on the farm. The bride was a 'member of the 1943 graduating class and has assisted her folks in the cafe. ^The youns couple treated their Jrihny friends to a wedding dance in .the Kleinpeter hall that evening.' from the Mercy hospital in Mason City where she was several days for treatment of an infected wisdom tooth. Rose Studer is at the home of her sister Mrs. George 'Kelch Jr. near Kanawha. Laurel Kelch came Saturday for a visit at the home of her maternal grandparents, the Alf Binders. Mr. and Mrs. George Hirner have been with the latter's sister Mrs. Victor Frideres at the hospital in Rochester. Mrs. Frideres is in a critical condition and relatives have been with her constantly. Paulino Snipes submitted to an appendectomy at the General hospital in Ali'ona Monday evening of last week. She is employed at the George Ricke homo. Mrs. Snipes and daughter Thelma of Council Bluffs came Monday to see their daughter and sister. Mrs. Snipes returned to her home Wednesday, but Thelma is at the Ricke home for a longer visit. Finishes Teaching Year— Ruth Eisenbacher finished her teaching the first grade in the Titonka public school Friday, May 24. She had taught, there since January and plans to return there in the fall. Ruth spent last week with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stimuli at Reading, Minn. Entertains at Bridge— Mrs. Lon Gouge entertained at two tables of 500 Tuesday afternoon of last week. Mrs. Clarence Nelson and Mrs. Joe Studer won hig hand low prizes respectively. Mrs. Will Hauptly received door prize. Mrs. Nor.bert Hilbert will entertain the ladies next. Visitors From Hurt— Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kent of Burt were visitors at the home of their daughter the Tom McMahons Thursday afternoon. , Patty and Mary Lou McMahon went homo with their grandparents for a few- days visit. Art: Nurse Graduates— Carmel Lickteig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig, and Donna Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ward of Titonka, are members of the graduating nurses •'•Class from the Mercy hospital in Mason City. 4 BODE FISHERMEN BAG 172 IN TRIP TO WISCONSIN LAKE Bode: Mi\ and Mrs. W. N. Chantland and son AVthur and Miss Amanda Johnson have returned from a weeks visit with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Prairie Farm, Wis. During their stay a fishing party was staged with five men, including Mr. Chuntland, Arthur and Harold, making an all-day total of 172 crappies and large bullheads. At Silver Wedding Several from here attended the silver wedding anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sorlein of Osage. The occasion was sponsored b.v the Osage Lutheran church, of which he and took place in the church par lors' Tuesday evening, May 28. Rev. Sorlein was born and grew to young manhood in Bode. He is one of a family of nine boys and one girl and at one time the Sorlein baseball team was well known throughout this vicinity, the team being the nine brothers. Elmer Meltvedt of Spokane, Wash., and Jack Meltvedt of Badger were callers at the O. T. Bakken home. The men are brothers and Mrs. Bakken. Mr. and Mrs. George Frost and small daughter have moved here from Whittemore and are living in a tenant house moved in from the country to the Fred Eastman lot. Mr. and Mrs. John Hardcastle have left for Clear Lake, where they will spend the summer. Mr. Hardcastle was coach here this year, and next year expects to coach at Sergeant Bluffs, Iowa. Friends in Bode have received the news that Maurice Hauge, son of Mrs. J. P. Jensen, was married in Tulsa, Okla., to Mrs. Neva Grinnell Jensen of Huin- boldt on May 10. The couple will live in Tulsa, where Mr. Hauge is employed. Mr. and Mrs. E. 1 A. Aden of Pomeroy attended the school picnic Friday, May 24. They are former Bode residents, as Mr. Aden was superintendent of schools here for a number of years and Mrs. Aden was home economics teacher. Bible School At LuVerne Concludes iLuVerne: The daily vacation Bible school which was held the past week in the school house closed Friday with a program. Rev. Robert Phillips, pastor of the Methodist church, Rev. A. R. Smith, pastor of the Presbyterian church, and Rev. Paul Beckman, pastor of the Evangelical church, ?!!&'£- •£ \*'WW3&V£,™ - «S*5fei¥KH^i'5^ir53S a'' * v i*i&''.-'' ' •'' * Social Security Fuftd, tax — . ».--_ 3.56 Thompson-Hayward Co., supplies t.43 Leighton Supply Co.* supplies _ 74.25 Iowa Mach. Supply Co., supplies 93.59 Algona Mach. Shop, repairs 27.45 Funk & Deim, repairs. _ 8.21 Cowan Bldg. Supply, supplies 1.63 W. C. Dan, repairs 11.03 Ed's DX Station, gas — 2.70 Anliker's Station, gas - 5.32 .Dutch's Station, repairs 1.16 Clement's Station, gas.. 26,93 Harris Station, gas 0.02 CONSOLIDATED FUND C. McGinnis, salary ._. T. O'Brien, salary „__.,_ A. Boekelman, salary.„ A. Weishaar, salary -~N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service ; Wagner's Station, gas Wm. Dau Garage, repairs Harris Station, gas Clement's Station, repairs i Schultz Bros., repairs -J. Lash brook, salary E. Skilling, salary C. Harvey, salary John Bahr, salary Peter Helmers, salary . Geo. Gunder, salary R. Knudsen, salary Iowa State Bank, tax withheld Social Security Fund, tax Gibbs-Cook Co., repairs Joe Greenberg, supplies 93.60 93.60 77.50 89.10 3.32 33.90 5.02 9.84 sup- |-;u^tui Hi lilt; i^v tlll~t:ill.cll U11U1V.11, -tf~ . ••» . .— * • . had charge of the Bible school. \ £ enl Motor Co., repairs They were assisted by Mrs. Walter i X OI J.? CO r" Co '! 6 as ---'---- - J • iC. Heard, repairs Ed's DX Station, gas .. Dutch's Station, supplies Kohlhaas Hdw., plies Laing & Muckey, repairs Anliker's Station. gas._ MaH Parrott & Sons, supplies R. S. Blossom Agency, premium Hefti, Dclah Jean Hefti and Helen Wolf in the beginners room, -Miss Emma Krause and Betty Patterson in the primary room, Mrs'. Harold Sorenscn in the junior classs and Mrs. Robert Phillips had charge of the intermediate class. Rev. Richardson Is Honored By Degree Rev. I former Clarence C. pastor of Richardson, the Algona Are Waldorf Graduates Iva Mae and Nathalie Tonder- um are home from completing their course at Waldorf college, Forest City. They have teaching positions, beginning next September. • , , is pastor. p r( , sbytcl .jan church, now pastor urch ar- of thc L;ikeside Presbyterian church, Storm Lake, was awarded a doctor's degree at Commencement exercises of Buenn Vista college, held last week. He was one of two Presbyterian ministers so honored. Rev. Richardson also delivered the baccalaureate sermon for the college nnd was the main speaker at the Memorial Day services. CITY BILLS Are Holiday Guests— . Holiday guests at the Marie Kunz home were Mr. and Mrs. Art Corey, Edward Corey and Mrs. Ruth Corey Reese of Des Moines. Mrs. Reece will leave soon ior Manila, where she will join her husband. June Adel Kunz spent the weekend with her sister Mary Adine in Chicago. Martin and Wilbur Manson and Francis Hanig are employed at the prisoner of war camp at Algona. Arnold Stufflick of Forest City spent several days last week at the home of his sister the George Ricke's. Miss Marguerite Pfeffer of Des Moines spent the holiday weekend at the home of her brother Dr L. L. Puffer, local dentist, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and family cf Estherville were Memorial dav guests at the parental Mrs. Viola Studer home. '•Donna Hill, who is employed at the Hutchison law office in Algona spent the holiday weekend at her uarental Jess Hill home. "Pee Wee" DeBoer went to Ames Monday for a visit at the home of his brother Clarence DeBoer. The latter is employed at the post office. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba, Shirley and Orais, of Clear Lake, and the former's 'father Mr. Melvold of Cot- tOnwood, Minn., were Monday '•uests at the Mrs. Marie Kunz home. Charles Kraus and sons Don and Chuck spent the past week on a fsihing trip to northern Minnesota. Mrs. Chas. Kraus and Mrs. Dan Kraus are operating the general store. Mrs. Ed Garman, neo Arlene Studer, came home Wednesday At Luiher Exercises Alvin Bakken accompanied by his family Dick, Bob, Arlene and La Vonne attended graduation exercises at Luther college, Decorah, Monday evening, May 27, of which'Phyllis Bakken was a member of the class. She returned home that evening with her folks. Phyllis Berge has returned from Iowa State college, Cedai Falls, where she has been a freshman student. Archie Holland and daughter drove to Cedar Falls last Friday for Geraldine, who has been attending Teachers college there the past year. Misses Geraldine Rolland and Phyllis Berge have returned to their homes here after attending Iowa State Teachers college in Cedar Falls the past year. No Restrictions On FURNACES Some Modtls Available Now (amlllei will be enjoyini icxn th«l ntw pre-war quality Green Colonial Furamct they've been waiting for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? If not, do II quickly; the demand U heavier than the im- nt«dUt4 tupply — but you'll alwayi be glad you wilted for a Green Colonial Furnace. 8ee ua today. Whether you oil or |at ... „ - prelei «**!, oil or |at theie'i a ipccially deiigned Onto Colonial Furnace M In.ura your comfort. COAL Laing & Muckey Phone 464 Algona. N. Dodge tit Iowa GREEncoiqnifH; FURdflCE SERVICE CONCRETE PAVEMENT for Lo\sv-Annual-Cost The strength and stamina of porcland cement concrete pavement enables it to give long years of all-weather service under the heaviest traffic. For all but the lighter traffic, concrete pavement usually costs less to build than any other pavement of equal load- carrying capacity. Although the smooth-riding and all-weather safety of concrete generally attracts the heaviest traffic, records show that annual maintenance costs of concrete pavement are generally lower than for other types of paving. Low first cost, low maintenance expense and long life mean low annual cost —the reason why concrete, is the logical pavement for new principal urban highways and streets. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbell Bldr . Des Moines 9, Iowa A national organization Io Improve and eftlend the uiet of concrete. • • through scientific research and engineering fleld work April 25, 194G. The City Concil met in regular session with Mayor and Councilmen Herbst, Harris, Hutchins, Fox and Bohannon were present. The minutes were read and accepted. Building permits were approved for M. Bartholomew, C. Wiltgen, K. S. Cowan, Milo Rentz, and H. J. Cowan! A.' Buchanan's bond as Treasurer of the playground committee was approved. The width of Diagonal Street over and across a portion of Blocks 157, 186, and 188 in .Call's Add was fixed nt $74.25 feet. Ordinances No. 281 and No. 282 were passed. Appropriating Ordinance No. 667 was passed. Meeting adjourned to May 10. 1946. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. ELECTRIC FUND L. Bellock, salary $ 91.77 F. Dailey, salary 54.15 T. Halpin, salary 95.77 C. Wright, salary 61.15 Wm. Ludwig, salary 99.67 E. Graham, salary 96.52 N. Newsome, salary 73.30 J. Reynolds, salary 58.97 J. Hardgrove, salary 58.97 A. Hill, salary 72.42 H. Stephenson, salary.. 95.77 C. Webb, salary 89.65 E. Gerber, salary 83.62 C. Pollard, salary 118.40 Ira Kohl, salary G1.82 A. Carlson, salary 100.02 H. Passmore, salary ... 71.42 Iowa State Bank, tax withheld 99.40 Social Security Fund, tax 16.46 Diesel Service, fuel ... 318.46 E. L. Brice Co., oil 580.36 Milwaukee R'y, freight- 653.06 Fulton Iron Works, repair 102.47 Kurtz Co., supplies 64.36 Honan-Crane, supplies 131.89 J. P. Marsh Corp., sup.. 10.00 Northland Eec. Supply. 61.74 Line Material Co., supplies 3.13 Iowa Elec. Supply, supplies 466.82 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., supplies 7,96 H. Post, freight 15.52 Anlikers Service, gas __ 29.24 Dutchs Station, repair.. 1.87 Harms Oil Co., gas 1.60 Clement Station, gas .. 42.24 Algona Creamery, gas_. 2.80 Harris Station, gas 29.15 Algona Mach. Shop, repair 25.25 Algona Laundry, service 10.56 Funk & Deim, repairs _ 1.26 Pratt Electric, supplies. 130.04 Buchanan Abstract Co., fee 2.75 G. St. John, labor 1.00 Remmington Rand, service 17.56 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 25.38 Nordstrom Valve Co., supplies 62.64 Dr. Gibson, supplies ... 15.00 M. F. Amfahr, supplies. 15.30 WATER FUND H. Barton, salary 101.47 Algona Upper D. Moines, F. Ostrum, salary 87.82 R. Bauton, salary 61.15 C. Pollard, salary 35.00 Ira Kohl, salary 30.00 L. Mitchell, salary 77.50 G. Palmer, wages 7.20 J. Reed, wages 9.40 Joe Ulrich, wages 23.75 L. Palmer, wages 4.80 Iowa State Bank, tax withheld 25.85 74.25 09.35 69,30 69.35 65.10 69.00 38.50 10.03 20.40 15.37 38.39 26.40 9.00 39.32 114.62 19.19 2.60 15.30 19.65 50.00 15.25 79.20 20.00 59.40 25.00 32.50 14.43 SEWER FUND C. Pollard, salary 25.00 Joe Ulrich, wages 5.60 John Reed, wages 5 60 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Akron Brass Co;, supplies 13.03 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 4.34 Algona Ins. Agency, rc- newal 170.00 Ken Frank! Station, gas --2.25 Kossuth Oil Co., repairs 20 00 DEPOSIT FUND Work Fund, transfer Clara Walker, recording G. Dettman, salary K. Foster, wages Minnie Jones, salary Dr. Sawyer, rent Agona Upper D. Moines, notices Advance Pub. CoJ notices Passed and approved 25th day of April, 1946. 25.00 this BOARD PROCEEDINGS -Minuli ,- iippr-m-i: W. Ihe lust, reprulni- new- Nion unit nil adjourned sessions were d nnd read. K. -MeDONA 1,1). Chilli-mini Hoard of .Supervisors Attest: 1,. .1. IMMKKFAI.U, Secretary. Auditor's. Office Altfinni, Iowa April 1, la-IU x:t"l O'clock A. M. Tlie Hun I'd of Supervisors nf Kns- snth Comity, lowu, met In rcifuhir session with tin- following members present: .Supervisors .1. II Fraser \\. IO. Mclionald. \V. A. Sehrain, ,l! I-. (Jninn and .M. 1,. .lohnson. Mnlinn made hy .lolinsnr. and 2nd hy ijiilnn that tl.o Secretary read i In- minutes of the last regular session and nil adjourned sessions. Ayes: All. Nays: None. .Motion made hy Qulnn and I'nd hy I'Yiiscr that tlie minutes of Ihe last reKiilar session and all adjourned sessions stand npproved as read. Ayes: All. Nnys: None. The Hoard proceeded to nndll and allow claims. Motion made liy ytilni: and 2nd hy .lolinson that the following llesoln- tion he ndnplcd: KICSOLt'TlO.N' \VIIKUI-: AS, KosHiith County. Iowa, did nn dale of Niivemlicr 10th. 1H2-I, take title from Fred UlnRsdnrf nnd wife. 'Preside HIiiKSdorf. to Lois I and L' of Hloclc 1. .MurlaKh's Snhdlvlxloi: of Hlock 1 and Out Lots 1, - and :i of Min-laKh's •Addllinn In llnrt, Inwa. and WIIKItKAS. sulisei|Uent1y said pri»l>crt.\- was sold hy Kossuili Count v, Inwa. to Kny ollnin and Neva I ilium. Ills wife, and on dale nf f-YI.- i-iuii-y HI. Ifl;i0. a Kesolntlon wns udiinied hy Ihe Itoni-d of Supervisors uf Kossuth County, Inwa, t^ald Hesn- liiiiur heint? recorded Kehruary iMh. iu::n. In liiink li-1 nn pa^e i::r. in Hie office of the County Itecord- cr i»f Kiissuth Cuiinty, lown. said Ccsnlnihin r-ecllliiK that said prnp- «-rt\- was sold and. conveyed to Hoy nil.mi and Neva olloin. and \V1I l-^llMAS, there is some question as In whether or rot a deed to haid property was actually delivered in tin- purchasers, (toy Olloin and Neva Olinrn, hy Knssnth County, Inwa. and \VIIKUK.\S. this property was snlisci|!ie.nllv sold hy the said itov ollnin anil NVva (~>llum and one Mary I., ciapsaddle Is now ll.e owner llicrr-of. and \VMI-:i:i-:.\S, it i.s Hie desire of Ihu pfcscni owners to <-lear up any Ir- rcKuliirilii's 'in connection with this tlili-. HI-: IT NOW ItKSOIA'KD AS FOI.- I.O\VS: That \\". !•:. McDonald, Chairman uf tln> Board of Supervisors of Kns- sutli Counly. Iowa. Is now herehy n nlhiiri/.i-d to sltfn tlie deed from Kossnth County. Iowa. eonveyhiK said pnipertv. tit-wit: l.ois 1 ami .' of Hlock 1, Mui'laKh's Snli-illvlsliin of Klock 1 und Out Lots 1. j nnd :t nf MurlaKh'-s Addilinn In ltni-t, [n\va. In Mary I. Clapsaildlc, the prcsL-nl owner of said properly, and Mild deed Is now approved and lit- Auditor of Kns.sulh Courty. Inwn. is directed to deliver the same to Mary I*. Clapsaddle. The vote thereon reMiltint; u* follows: A.ves: Supervlsoi-H .1. H. Fraser. M'. A. Schi-am. .1. F. Qnlnn, M. I.. .Inlinsnn and \V. 10. McDonald. Those voting Nay were: None. The foretfolns Resolutlor was I hereupon deelurvd udopted l>y the Chairman of tlie Hoard of Supervisors nf Kossuth C'ountv, lowu, on tlili 1st dav of April. 11)10. Mnlinn made liy Schrum und 2nd hv Fraser (hat the following Resolution be adonted: fiKKOl-UTION \\'HI''.ltKAS. H-e Hoard of Supervisors of Kogsuth .County. Iowa, did in the 1st day of Anrll. 13-16. apnolnt »V. K McDnnald. Chalrmiin of the Hoard of Supervisorn. to execute und .-icknowledtce for and on behalf of K'ossuth County, Iowa, a Warranty lx>ed conv«ying Lots 1 and 2 of Rlock 1, Murtaeh'H Suh-dlvlslon of Block J and Out Lota 1, 2 uud 3 of MnrtriK'h's Addition to Hurt, Iowa, tn .Mrtry I.. Clnpsnddle. Wirr-JHH A a, pui-Kimnt to the said 'apjWilntmi'iH the suld W, 10. McDonald did on IhB 1st day of April, 11116, execute and arknowledtfo for nnd or. helialf of Kossnth (Jottnty, Inwn, the suld Wnrrnniy Deed conveylliK (ho sld descrlhed lots to tlio said Afnt-y I/, t'lnpsnddle. NO\V THUIIKPOIIM, UK IT 11K- SOLVIOfi, liy ll.e Hoard of Supervisors Ihni. piirsnanl to Hje provisions of Chnpter -t-jH, Code rtf lown, the. stild deed ns executed and acknowledged IIP ai;d the same Is horehy npproved. Th-e. vole thereon resiilllnpt ns follows: Ayes: Supervisors .1. H. Frns- er. \V. A. Sehrain. ,1. F. Qnlnn. M. L. .Inhnsoli and \V. M. McDonald, , Those vnliltK Nay were: Nnne. Tlio foi-effninK llesolitllot: wns thereupon doclared adopted hy the Chairman rif the Hoard nf Supervl snrs of Knssull. Connly. lown, on this Isl ilny nf April. 191(1. Motion made hy Qulnn and 2nd hy Frnser tlml the following 1st o,inir- lerly reports he approved: Itecord- er's Heport* nf Fees for $flnii.SO; Clerk's lleporl of l-'ees for SlllsO.nO; Audllni-'s Itepnrt of I^ci^s and olhei ciillcctlnns I'm- $ inn*.I)I: and Sheriff's Itepoi'l (o th-e Hoard of Super- vlsors for Ifiilii.riO. Ayes: All. Nays: Nnne. Mnt Inn made h.\- Frnser and 2nd hy Qulnn Hint Ihe Official llnnil of Minry K'. Sands. County Treasurer of Knssulh Cnui-ty, Inwa, In Ihe 4.25 amouni of $10.000.(10 he approved ' i and placed on file. A.ves: All. Nays: Motion made hy Johnson nnd 2nd 1-y Schram tlnil the Official llond of II. M. smith. County MrKlneer. In Ihe animint of $20011.00 he npproved and placed nn file. Ayes: All. Nays: Nnne. .Mnlinn made hy .Inl.nsnn and 2nd hv Frnser that the Official Horn! of I'liiilp .1. Knhlhaas. Preliminary Kr- Klnccr nn Dralnaire District No. ISO, in Ilic amniuil nf $r,uO.OO lie approved and-placed nn file. A.ves: All. Na vs: Nnne. Mnlinn made hy Qnlnn ard 2nd hy Krascr thnl Secondary Itoail I'cll- tlnn Nn. H:iS he placed on file. Ayes: All. Nnys: None. Mnlinn made hy .Inhnsnn and 2nd hy Sclii-am tliu I Ihe Hoard of Stiper- visni-s apprn\-c the apprniiriallni- In the ainonnl of $"00.00 for Ihe year 111 1(1, as petitioned for hy Ihe Kns- snlh Counly Ileekccpei's. Ayes: All. Nnvs: Nnne. Molion innde hy Scl.rani and 2nd hy .Inlinsnn that a refund lie made In \Vm. .1. Mni-tiiH-k for the sum nf Ji.'i.Tl nn aci-onrl nf linvlni; paid tlie said sum as a tax nn n luiildin^ nn I .id 24. Illm-k 2. Ways & Harrctti Cullene Add. Ill 'Wesley. Inwa, nnd said iiillldinw' \vns alsn assessed as lielnit mi the west ill! feel nf Hlnck ;:ii. Original, rial In Wesley. Inwa-. therefore 1 making: II a donlde nssess- iiicnt. .\>-is: /Vll. Navs: None. Mol lot- innde hy Sehrain nnd 2nd liv {jninn that n refund in I h-c :i mnlinl nf $2.00 he madn In Julius linns,iu. Wrslcv. Inwa. ml acciidl.t nf hax'ln^ ('.-lid the dnn' tax twice nn the same ilny: 111 Wesley Township, mice In tin- Connly Auditor, nnd once as a dfliin)ucnt tax In the County Treasurer. Aves: All. Nays: None. Moilm. made hy Qulnn and 2nd hy Scl.rani that n refund In the amount of $2.110 he made In Arthur Merrill. Haiicrnl'l, Inwa, on nccnnnt of having paid thc doK tax Iwlce nn the same dn^- in Hancrnfl Incnrp.. once tn tlie asscssnr. and unce as a dc 4 - lini|ii-.'iil tax In the County 'I'reasur- er. Aves: All. Nays: Nnne. Mntinn mndc hy .lohnsnn and 2nd hv Fraser tlnil a refund he made In Win.'A. Kmill. AlKonn, Inwa, In the amniinl nf $1S.T1 nn accnunt nf hav- intr paid tax nn :i.70 acres nf open ditch fnr Hi:- years 11) II-1 !l 12-1III"- l!i I I nnd l!ll.' In the I.line Itncli I u- ilepd dent School Distrlel of Hurt Township, nn whlel. n claim fnr open dlteh rlithl-ol'-wny was filed In the office nf Ihe Cnnntv Auditor In 1C2S. A\'es: All. Nnys: None. Mnlinn made hv Fraser and 2nd by Schram thai Ihe 1!li:i and 1914 luxes nn Lot S ai:d Ihe N'/4 of Lot !1 of Hlock u. OrlKlnnl 1'lat In LuVerno. Kossuili County. Iowa, he .cancelled • Us reeolilmemled hy tlie. Town Counc ell nf LuVerne, Iowa, nn account of said properly helnp In possession of Ihe American Lrfflon. Ayes: All. Nnvs: Nnne. Mntinn innde hy Qulnn and 2nd hy .Inhnson that th-e taxes for Ifllfi and (sulisiMiuent years nn Lot 20 nf Hlnck 5, Original Phil In Bancroft, Inwa, ami Lots 1, 2. ::. i, :.. n. n. 12, 1:1, M. Ifi. Ill, 17. IX. 1!) nnd 20 In Hlnck 12 Hallnway's Suh-dlvisinn of Hlock 12 Western Town Lot Cnmpany's Isr Addition to Uarcrnft. Inwa. he cancelled as recommended hy the Town Council nf I'nncrnfi, Inwa. nn ac- cniinl nf said lots helni? in possession of the '1'iiwn nf Haiicroft, a miii.lclpality. A.ves: All. Nnys: None. Mnlinn made hy Qulnn and 2nd hy Frasei- that a refund he made tii Isnliel Steward. In the nmnuiiL of $ri2.7S', on accnun! nf an ernir oC $!I02.UU made h>- tiie assessor in flK- uriiiK the assessmenl I'm- lll-lii nn Ilia NV" of NW'l of Section 2-1 nf tlio Hurt Independent School District in Hurl Township. Ayes: All. Nays: Nni.e. Million innde hy Qulnn and 2nd hy Sell ram Unit Fraser he appointed as a-cnminiltec tn mnke necessary repairs nn drainaK'c District No. I*. Ayes: All. Nays: None. .Motion made hy .lidinsnn and 2nd hy Fraser thai Hchram he appointed as a committee In make necessary repairs nn drainage dlslrlcts No. 2-1 and No. SI. Ayes: All. Nays: Nnne. .Motion made hy Fraser and 2nd hy Sehrain Hat Quinr. lie appointed as a cnmmillee tn make necessary repairs nn the following drainage districts: Nn. ii::, Nn. III! and I'. A. K. Nn. 1. Ayes: All. Navs: Nnne. Mnl ion made hy Fraser and 2nd hy Schram that .lohnson ho appolrted as a committee t,o make recessary rcpairs on tlie fnllnwlntf draimiBe dlslricts: Nn. I, Snli S of Nn. -I, Suh !l of NCI. I. Nn. S2. Nn. Kii, Nn. 110, No. Hiii ml W. K. I18-i:ili. A.ves: All. Navs: Nune. Mnlinn made hv Qnlnn and 2nd hy Frnser that tin- Board of Supervisors apprnv,- the appnlnlmenl nf Mary Ann Meriien as Clerk In the Iteenrder's office as recommended hy Clara Walker, County lirfcorder. ard that her salary he fixed at $100.«ui Iii-Kiuuliif,' as nf April 1, mill. A.ves: All. Nays: Nnne. .Mnilon made liy .Inhnsnn and 2nd hy Schram tiiat tlie Counly Treasurer's ll-epin-l uf Fees collected for II e year lilir* he apprnved and place-i on file. A.ves: .Ml. Navs: None. • On mniinii Hoard prncceded Io audll and allow claims as per "Sclie- diio of Claims" herelna fler wrllfen. COl'NTV FUND lown Stale Hank, withheld Tuxes $ ;i20.0:i NW Hell Telephone, Company, telephone serv .loanne Kuchyrka, assist. Co. Supt City of AlR-nna, llHhl and water serv DO.SS W. W. Sullivan, P. M.. stumps and pusi cards..,. 5K.(>:| W. W. Sullivan, P. M.. . hox rent C.lil) \V. W. Sullivan, P. M., postal- tn Auditor 1JI.BO \\'. W. Sullivan, P. ir., stamped env. lu Clerks' office aa.KI Kleanor Kotlasi'h, assist. Co. Au.l , S9.50 Marjorle .1. Wehcr, assist. Co. Treus 92.70 Man- Moure. assist. Co. Treas HI.-IS Mary Ann MtM'Sen. assist. Co. itecorder 89.50 J Ii. Fraser, comm. and sessions 228.02 \V. K. McOnnad, comm. and sesslmis 201.92 W. A. Schram. comm. and sessions 2:19-99 J. F. CJuinn. comm. and -s.ess.ions 243.20 M. I/. Johnson, comm. ard sessions 287.37 C. H. Ostwlnkle, del. per. 'prop, tax coll 65.99 A. .1. CoRley, hrd. and lode- Ing prisoners 08.40 A, 4. COB Icy. mileage and , Jnv. fees IOC.50 JUlph W. Undhorst. mile- litce and ii vest, fees 8.43 A. E. Ijtui-Hzfii, vlslllns uchopls 21.00 A. H. t J niti'lti'.clV, J tnljlf. liiul ... .. . Lwnft tttihtihe, nsslnt. lh). HUpl ............. Anils rloswoi'th, nsBl»t. Co. ' oil pi. • t . i i i i • , i i i i , • i . *i i i Hl:lrtpy HclherR, assist. On. Hhrtu , Dolnrefc Hnss, nsslst. <!o. .supt. ,.... l.hvnnne Meyi-r, assist. Co. . snpt Ardls Wnllhui-ff, assist, ('o. Hunt. . . t liorothy Miller, assist, -tin. Snpl II. W. -Milier, office exp Ail van PC I'ubtlshlnK Co.. hrd. proceed, llanerol't rtefflster, lird. AlR-ona tipper' !>#»' Moines,' in-d. proceed., hlnnks, sup., etc Kllptn Loose l.onf Com- . puny, sup. Mm I Pnrroti & sons Co.. sup. Koch Mi-others, sup Swen City Hfi-nlrl, hnr dockets Itllition ift Cnrhon supply Fliiliu- A (.'linmhers Co., sli'p.l, Tltonkn Topic, env. Io Auditor I'M Muff n Typewriter K.NC., sup Cullnghan \- Company, lown Digest Qlly—1!)|i| .. Lot-Ins- Supply Company, sup. The Alsniia Hardware, sup. Moi-lo Wellendnrf, fixing lock nnd lunUlug keys.,.. II. K. Mi-Murray, lahor and supplies .......'. Hui-roiiKhs Add. Much. Co., inechnnlenl serv I''. S. Norton * ,Son. sup Punk f: Deim, reps lilting it Mucltoy, sup Mary K. Sands. Trens., adv. lily., laundry and freight.. H. O. Atnl-ersnr., bly Herherl Pnnnkuk, hlv Leo llrlnUmnn. lily It. A. 1-jVans. M. n., coroner's fees .lohn M ntchlson, jury fees.. .1. A. Itlggs. Jury fees Thns. A. ATrMnliMn, jury fees Airs. Nornm Reynolds, re- porler's fee Lcrov Uinslead, wllness fee.. I esley Parker, wllress fee.. \\Trn. Monson, wltneHH fee.... Mrs. Mae Ciinnrd. witness fee .lol.n Ahhas, wllness fee.... Frank Knhllians. mn.\'or fc-es A. .1. CoKley. sheriff fees... Albert Boekolmnn, mnrshal fees Cecil McCrlitnls, nnirshnl fees Knssnlh Counl.\- l-'in-m Hu- rt'ii u, apprnp. . . ! , Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, slampcd envelopes Honiild M. Miller, conducting pel ling cnnti'st Charles Serllmer's Sons, school hnoks McCnrinlck-Mal h*-rs I'nh. <'o.. sc-hiMil hooks Scutt, Fnresman iV: Co.. school hunks <.llnn in d (.'timpany, sclionl hnoks Alironn I'uhllc Schools, use nf Hrynnt schonl aud. for m t g Pnst Trilnsfcr Co., drn\ p ngc serv Iierl Ci-nnnn. labor IJIhhnn it CurlMin Sup. Co., sup Lynns X- sup Wnrld Honk Company, sup... Wni'hl Iliiok Cmiipany, sup... Webster I'nldfsblng Co., Chai-les 10. Merrill Co.. Inc., books *. Scott. Fnresman it. Co., hunks Irmiuuls I'nhlishing Co.. hooks Lynns it Carnnhan, books.... hunks Webster Publishing Co., books .1. H. Lipplncotl Cotnpnny, books McCormlck Mathers I'uli. Co.. bonks The Macmilhtn Company, books Irn<iunls I'ubllshlngt Co.. i hn'okH .. i. . , •IO.SS t 2:1.7(1 30. ID 2.75 2.75 2.75 2.00 101. 1BII.2I) 71.00 1 I-I..SS Nlcolous Ifeoscli, '!'.' it'o'iio.'i'igiii-of- ' way . William 211-1.00 \va y Mai'lp Itiiiie,' llonry ltrut:o hteckor, rlffht- of-wiiy I farm » Mitrllm Wlbhph, rlKlit-of-way (Vcni-tM TJnilcn, rmi.l-of-way John I 1 !. Hlcppr, rlglil-ol'-way AtiiK'Kle A John Hopkelmnn, riKhl-ol'-way John K. ttlpppiili'op, rlfrhl- of-wa>* , Uenkje I'annkuk, pt al, rlB't-of-way Hrui:o .Stpckpr. rlg'ht-of-way lien * Annie Sonnpnherpr, rlfflit-of-way Teda \\'elhouspu, i-lK-hl-of- way TPIIII Mi-yef. rlKhl-of-wny. . . . Tl.omits .1. Oodwlf, rlK-hl- .«• llprnlce .1. rlK'ht-of-wny inus, rlK'lit-of-\va>' - - rlKhl- 1.00 2.50 1.S7 1.75 ::.oo •1.04 211.12 •I.C2 6.-I II 2.70 •I.211 3.20 3.00 hooks Bureau of Publications, bnoks Scnlt. Koresman it Company. bonks Dr. K. M. Wallace, med COt'llT FUND Lorraine Yeider, court reporter Iowa Stale Hank,' withheld taxes INSTITUTE FUND The 1,'nivcrslly Pnbl. Co., sup World Hnnk . Company, sup... M. M. Hale it Company, sup... l.nuisc Siivs. exp. acc't D. Hanks Wllhurn, Insiructur LIHHAKV Fl'ND Ollle Itruns, honks t.'reath'e Kducatinnnl Sue., bnnks Inwa Pupils' Rending Circle, bonks Ifloughtot; Mlfflln Cnmpany, bnnks Inwa Pupils' Heading Circle, bnnks Lyons it Carnuhnn, honks.... Webster Puhllsl.lng Co., bnnks DOMK.STIC ANIMAL Ft'ND Hei-lha .lohnsiin, listing dogs 2S.70 .li.-;* Cngley. listing dogs Hoy A. Clark, listing logs.... Paul W. Hlgler, listing dogs .1. 10. Smith, llstli g dogs.... Iliirnhl llerxiig, listing dogs.. Don llouck, listing dogs.... Flol'ence llof, listing dogs., lleo. 10. Butiei'fleld, llsllng dogs Camclhi Cnnper. listing dogs II. .1. llriiley, listing dogs.... Frank W. lOlbert, llsllng dngs Andrew t, 1 . Hai.-snn, lifting dogs (ico. ,P. lluwcott. listing dngs .Inhn P. Slnuin, listing dngs., Flnyd Oilman, listing dogs.. A. I). Newhriiiigh, llsllng diig.s Michael llcldersoheid, listing ilogs Hnbert llnnknfske, listing dngs Klrliui-d I. Arik-rsnn. llsllug dngs I.inns ViiNke, listing dngs. ... lilchard Al. Andnrsoii, llsllng dngs , lleliner Hauge, llsllng dngs.. L. C. Ifiutchins. listing dngs.. .Inhn llurlshnrn, listing dngs llclle M. Knppel:, listing ilngs lO.lill llngii Fuulsllck, listing dngs in.70 (!. M. Will, listing dogs 8.fill Arthur A. Olsen. llsllng dngs S.UO Donald liingsdorf, list Ing dngs Charles Nelson, listing dogs Leander Vaske. listing dogs.. Win. Hummer, listing dogs... .1. D. Crowley, listing dogs.. Joe lOlherl Jr., listing: dogs.. D. T. Packer, listing dogs. lOdwnrd .1 3-10.72 K'.noner, •il.KS Chrlsl (ie 79.55 Thomas .1. Oodwln, of-way II.'ID- Itoinei- Hush, rlghl-nf-wny Tlce Ili-nek, rlglit-ol'-wny. . .1,' I. Merrymnn, use of tnnls 1S1.ii and h'.hnr Farmers N:ilional Cn.. In- 7.11 slnlllng lie and two Intakes mere!.? Prnduc-ts Co.. sup... .11.2:! Armcn Dr. ,t Alelal Prod.. 1 nc., sup 11.00 Kcuffel it. lOsser Co., sup :!4.1S Advance Publishing Cn.. 7.2:1 sccnndar.\- rnnd nnliees.... -Ugnna Upper DCS Mnlncs, K.M'nndnry rnnd notices.... llnnernft Heglslcr, seenlid- li.OO ary road notices Swen Clly Hernlil, secnnd- '15.111- nry rnnd rntlees Titniilcn Topic, seeiindnry 1.00 road no!ICPM ... 11.MS MAINTIONANCK FUND l.erny Crapspr. shop mechanic SO.Ill .loc M. Ksser. simp work nnd 12.(ill • npei-allng dragline .80 Cllffm-d Holmes, palrnl 2.»o Arnold Wefrner, palrnl 21.(til i brush, hnullng'i-nck, etc... 2.00 llnsmic llanscn, palrnl 2.0(1 i Herl Shellmyer, patrol 2.00 Clarence llentRes. iJnlrol.... •| Ifussi'll 10. Crasper. pnlrnl... !1..1i> . Xnn-e II. Dodds.. snow fcnc- 2.001 Ing in-il hauling- plunk 5.70 s. D. Mi-Donald, shop work., 2.011 . llnlph Markln; pnlrol 2.00 Dodds, put nil 2.00 Mllfnnl 10. Hllvcu. ciiltlng l-l.Till brush and taking down H.Oil snnw fence I Hllvcu, culling brush nnd laklrg down snnw fence ullver Ynung, palrnl •11(1.117 A. .1. Ilildnmn. palrnl I'rbiin Ni'tirnth. imtrnl 17.1 I Dick llaiide. cut Ir-i.'i'S. liiiul gravel, ele 10.00 (\ ||. Cnnper. culling trees, iMid taking down snnw fi-nce Dwlu-hl K. Uralntm. cnttirg t rccs, etc .• (Icm-i'-c F. Uriilnim, hauling and cut ting Ings llnb If. Sni'iir. p,-itrnl Lcm Slnckwi'll, pntrnl Andrc\v K riiniinga. tialrnl.... .lerrv Stnckwcll, taking dn\\-n snnw fence 10. C. llnichlnsnn, laklrg dnwn slin\\- fence Herbert \V, Scbram. cutting trees and •hauling gravel... .lames M. Lung, palrn! William F. Selmider. pnlrnl. . \Viin. 10. Alarlnw, patrnl 10. C. Ohm. palrnl Doi'nl.l Ith'i-slcill. cut wnnil, phr-k brldire. etc 10.0;i Charles llnwks. cut wnnd. cic I'. II CJ.arlcs \V. Tbnnipsnn, patrnl \V. .1. Leinlnger, rcmnvlng 1-"-' snnw fences ii.ntl (;,.,,,-a-i, ualpli l.elnlngcr, rcmnvlng snnw fcr.ccs '' Alarvln I elnlnger, removing t'cl-CCS ('lydc Snndci-s. patrnl Verne Miill'nlcr, patrnl "•-" linelf 10. Miller, patrol Al\-in lowing,, pati-nl Dnyal Sanders, patrnl -'"' ln w - Anilcrsnn. labni- "•-" \Vm. Chrlstonser. patrnl Andrew N. Audersnn. re- moving spnw fences .Inhn Itelsdorfer, removing snnw fences (Icnrge l-lcyes. removing snnw fences Ilenrv It. .Inlinsnn. removing snnw fences Arva C. Kin-how, reiunvli.g snnw fcnc'cs Alnrltn Herhmv. lahnr. (.'cnti-al Stales lOIec. (7n., dec-, serv Inwa Public .Service Co.. dec. serv Inwa Stale Hank, withheld taxes Treasurer nf Slate nf In\vn, sales tax nn I ruck NW Hell Telephone Co.. tele, serv Interstate Power Company, dec. serv Interstate l"mver Cnmpany, dec, serv City of Algnna, Ugh!, wnlei- ni-.d power serv. . .'. llagley Construction Company, stripping gravel pits, etc Frank .1. Slebrlu, sawing wood . Illi-um Hoecklinli, binding gravel, etc , Len Harmon, stock piling gnivcl wilh drngllite Central Inwa Telephone Cn.. tele, serv Central States lOb-c. Cn., elec. serv Mary K. Sands, Treasurer, adv. freight A-lgnna Hardware, sup Algnna Implement Co., sup... Hntsfnrd Lumber Cnmpnny, sup Hntsfnrd Lumber Company, stiji diet's l!sed Auto Parts, sup. Dutch's Super Service, sup... Funk it Ddm, sup (Ireenbei-g Auto Supply, sup.. K.ei-t Afntor Company, sup... Knssulh Alntnr Cnmpan> r , sup. F. S. Nnrton & Son, sii| O. K, liUbber \\'eldci-s. slip... Schullx Urns., sup. Thnmi.snn Dlslribullng Cn., sup Thiimpsnn Vnnls, Inc., sup... Henry Unccklinll, sup Heed 1 la rilware, Slip W. A. Schram. cash adv. for sup l.ntls Creek Slnre. sup .flfl 12.00 13 I.(17 52.00 12.00 11.70 12.SO (1.50 12.00 10.(10 12.00 7.SO 9.00 S.UO 10.10 11.30 C. F. AScOregol-, llsllllg- dogs. .S. 10 9.90 8.40 7.40 X.70 8.90 S.SII 9.30 11.70 9.70 D. C. Ciiii-diier, listing dogs. Henry C. Nelson, listing; dogs Paul F. Ludwlg, listing dogs STATIC INSTITUTIONS FUND Helen While, clerk fees 35.25 (.'. H. Cremncyer. AI. D., axam. pl.ys 3.00 D. C. Hutchison, attorney fees 3.00 A. J. t'OBle.v, sheriff fe-ta 10.S') HANG'S DISUASIS FUND iSflwIn Clade, ludein. cattle... 12.50 (ieorge H. Johnson, indent. cattle 12.BO CONSTRUCTION FUND Iowa Stale Hank, withheld taxes ....." fi 1.56 H. M. Smith, salary 310.HO Join D. Fniser, salary 179.6-1 Wilbur T. Courtney, labor... 10.8» -I. H. Muehe, rlt;bt-of-way 114.(ID Waller Allller, rislit-of-way. 82.50 W. U. Senne, rlg.lit of-way... 108.DO Clifford I!. KrunU, right- of-way t$»5i) Coi rail Schmidt, riuht-of-way 93.00 Hann» llarrings. rlKht-of- way 52,50 George D, & Irene B. Hlg- gins. rlgl.l-of-wuy 108.00 Chris Brandt, Hxht-pf-way.. 188.00 Will T. & Eturnadlne Gerard, right-of-way '• 162.00 T. A. Dumnlre. rlglil-of-way 16.50 .lav Hudong, right-of-way... 49.50 John K. Klppentrop, right- of-way 94.50 Kat« M. Kolfsemu, right- of-way .........'.; 108.00 Hock Island pany, sup Gamble. Store, sup. .. Geo. K. Nelsor, sup.. A. II. Tweeten, sup. . Paul W. Larson, sup. Norman's Hardware, Ai-llitii-JS. llolcomh, Tire He-Cappers Co., sup.. sup., sup. 20.7S . 97.011 232.19 ...... , . 30.02 5027.07 11.90 1022.42 109.83 809.83 38.4 t 73.68 Stewafl Tire & •Vulcani/.lng Co.. sup The Tropical 1'alnt & Oil Co., »up Sleg-l'"ort Dodge Co., sup... Waterloo Steel & ISiiulpmcnt Co., sup Waterloo Construction Com..puny, sup ............ .... The All-Wheel Drive Co., sup ........ ' .............. Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., sup (Mlilis-Cook Tractor & ISqulp. Co., sup .................. Dukehnrt-Jlughes Tractor & ISi|Ulp. Co.. sup Herman M. Brown Company, sup ................ .- Kleetrical Service & Sales Co., sup. ....... The lialbaeli Company, sup.. Harms OH Company, fuel tup. 540.09 K. & H. Co-op. Oil Co., fuel sup. ........ .............. 17.14 IJaneroft Oil CoinpU'iV. f" e ' sup ............. .' ......... 69.67 Lyncl: OH Company, fuel sup. 204.53 Lynch Oil Co.. fuel sup ...... 239.25 Standard OH Co., fuel sup ---- 78.22 Standard OH Co., fu«l sup ---- 152.51 Mid-ContlneiU Pet. Crop., fuel sup ................. '.. 60.32 POOH FUND Marvel Hole, travel exp ..... 10.80 Paul Krnst, prov ............ 10.00 Consumers Grocery, prov ..... 11.00 Sorei-Hsen Ciroc-tiy Co., prov... 34.00 Whitleinore Farmers Coop. Cry., prov ................. 2.80 Merrill Uros., prov .......... 30.00 Voxel's Store, prov .......... 17.7-1 Dolsforrt Lumber Co., sup.... 6.84 WlilHemoro ISI«v. Co., sup... 61.10 Dr. AT. Cl. Hom-ric, liiod. cnre. Dr. C. II. Crelsifneydr, of I lee , , fulls nnd med. ,., t Iil4i5l)' 10S.OO Dr. \: V. .litnse. med. care.... 21,0(1 .1011.BO Dr .T. .1. Kgiu:, med. cure..,. Ifi.Sit Kossuili Hospital, hosp. care 172.8ff. IIS.50 Mrs, A'lbert Alimsnn, euro "t children' 2,1)0' 10S.OO ATrs. .Inhn Martin, nurse. 51.50 care , 25.00 10S.OO General Hospital, hosp. euro. 91.BO SI. Joseph's .Mercy llnspllal, 51.00 hnsp. euro ' 200,00 Lntlii'i-nn llosp. of !••(. Dodge, hnsp. cure (II.SO (llncknc!)' Sal'.atnrlum & 10S.OO llnsp., hnsp. can- 2:17.-12 iS.fiO F. S. Nut-tiiii &. Sun. sup Jl.O'i Hnisfnrd Hinihef Co., sup 118.110 10S.OO Inwa Aim. Dwelling Ins. Cn.. Insurance 5.-10 115.50 II. 10. Alc.Vturray, hibnr -12.50 52.SO Department nf Social Welfare, aid Io blind 15,m Depiiruncnl nf Social Wel- Ml.flll In re, nld In dependent 7,'l.fill children Connly Farm— 111.00 lown Slate Hank, wllhl.-nld TIMID taxes 2I.7S SB Till N\\ Del] Telephone Co., tcli>. si'i-y 1.70 1000.10 L. 10. Slcphens. -dec. serv.... ilB.M Ucn lEnkken. salai-.\' 17:1.25 120.00 Hnlsfni-d Lumber tio., sup..,. 2:!7.:IO 1S:|,BX Iliibfirlnn Cnnp, Kiev. Cn., fuel nnd seed on IK 1000.11 .'!li(!.1£ AH:ni a Cnnpcrallve Crcnm- il.iil cry Co., prov ai.dS Algnna linking Cnmpnnv', 70.2S prov 25.10 Uny's Jack Spral, |ii-n\- 11-1.Sli t.'. S. .Inlinsnn, pl'nv IIS.-15 Dr. P. V. .lansc, med. anil cnllM 27.00 Dr. A. .1. lOnsnn. dental cnri'.. 2.0(1 Dr. C. .1. Crel/mr-yer. medl- (III.1B ell:.;- ' 1.00 Advnnco Publishing Cn., sub- Si.SO scrip! Inn. '/i year 1.7 Tin- Alcn's liefoi-inntory, sup. 24.SI Tltnnka Tuple, catlb- snle nil 3.00 F. S. Norton ,t Son. sup il.flfl ISO.::;) Pnul \\'. Larson, sup 1 1.10 1S0.1S I.nliiR- ,t Alucki-y, sup 117.24 1111.XS Algnlia lln)ili'lncnl Cn., sup.., '1.05 I'uleli's Super Service, lire 101.SS repair 50 1SO.1I? lOugcnc Hood, seed corn 117.00 Kil.SS I.con 10. Cni-twi-lghl. sup 211.00 173.25 1110 IT HIOSiiLVIOD: Thai ' Ilio 170.O r > Count v Auditor is hereby nulhnl-ix-od n ml directed In Issue warrants I'm- 1!1.Sil all claims allowed at Ihls meeting 1S0.1S as shown b.v Hie "Se.l.ednle of ISO.IS Clnlnis" ht'i'i Inbcfni-c wrltlc 1(11.SS On mnllnn iidjniirnmenl was Inken nnill 11:00 ii'clnck A. At., April I. 11)111. I \V. 10. AfcDONALD. Chnlrmnn llfiard nf Snpervlsni-s. Attest: L. .1. IAlMI01tl'\\Ll., ;.| County Audllnr. 10 I s s 1S0.1S AlliliKu-'s (Ifl'lce, 1 SO I S A!gnn:i. Iowa. A|i|-;i 2.V 1!Hli. !i:l!ll o'clir-l; ,\. M. 'I'lic llnaid nf Supervisors of Kossnl t.'omil;-, Inwa, met in rcgiihir scsslnn pni-Hiiant In adjotit-iriiient. wilh- the Inllnvvi'i'." pieinbei-s pi-esi-nl : Snpi'i-vl- fiors .1. II. KI-HI-IT. \V. 10. Ab-Doniild, \V. A. Si.-lii-irn, .1. K. .-alnn tun! Al. L. .1* hns-on. Alntlnn iinide hy Qninn find Und by .lidiiis:iii Unit a non-i-esldeiit nollei! Ic served mi Ihe fnllnwinir iijnnod nef- •ons: Adclhi .MeKeo and faintly, Coi-t lilppcnt • np and family and Mrs. Arlene (Mr--, lliiroldi 1.iii-scn and family. Ayes: All. Xa.vs: None. Mnlinn nni'le by Sclii-ani and 2nd hy I-'ruser Hint Ihe Ittuird of Snpei-- \-isnT-s appiove Ilic iippointiiicnt of I'"ji-'l \V, Plnnili as towiHhip trustee of t'nlon Townslilp as recoinineiided by Ihe lowns'ilp Irn.slcc.-i of suld lown- s-lrti. whii-li offh c wns vacated whi-n llenry Tjndcn moved out nf suld 1'n,on Township. Said appointment to nni from April 1. lull!, in the ficnciMl lOlcction in the year 1!>I:I, or until his snccessiir Is elected Mini i|uallflcd. Ayes: All. Xa.vs: None. Mntion niiidc liy Mnlrin nnd 2nd by Fraser Unit I he 1'nllntvinK Annual lie- i-nrt^ nf Mayor* he approved placeil on file: John Ilnlchixnn. M^ .viir in I lie Town of Wesley: II. II. Ale cr, Mnyni- In the Tnwn nf Ltivenie. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Alnllnn. innde hv Fmsei- nnd 2nd ll Silinini Unit Ihe Official llond of Mini Ann Alei-gen. (,'lei-l; In Iteeoi-dcr's oil I'icr. In the amount of .flOUU.UO be ill I i-iived and phifod on £11«. Ayes: All. Nays: Xotii>. Aldllnn innde by .Inhnsun and 2nd hy Si-lii-iini that Ihe Hoard of Supervisors approve I he appointment of H. (>. Knclil of 'Lcilyaril, Inwn, UN Constable in and for Lcilynrd Township. MS rci-ninincndcil b.v tin- inenihcrK of Ihe Town Council of Lcilyaril, Iowa. Said appointment tn becmne el'lei-live \viicn bund H furnished MS proscribed by law. and In run from the dale hnml IK Tiled In Die Cc'iieral Klcetloii In tin', year P.IHI, or until Ids successor in elected and iiiinlifled. A.\'es: All. Nays: None. . .Motion made liy Fraser and 2nd hy .li-liiisnii that Ilii! Hoard of .Supervisors cancel I'.iiri la\- sale certificate number 21SII, eoverlng 1011 taxes on Lot s In I'.hicl; 2, Klghiney's Add. Io Ln\'ci-iic, Kossnth Cininty.' Inwn. nil lid-omit nf linlhlliii: wns moved from Int alinni .Iniie, V,ii:i, and tlie!- nienl on s.'ime was never reduced nc- rni-dln^ly. A.VCM:. All. Nays: None. MntInn made hy Fntscr and 2nd hy .Inlinsmi ilnil n refund be made to II. 10. Stiinehi-aket- nf llucljwell City, lown, In Ihe KIIIII of ^2!l.40 on account of li.-iving nnidc payment to KnsHUtU County fm- said amount on tn.v salt* eei-lil'lcnle No. 21311, which was ordered cancelled hy the Hoard of Sil- porriFors l.'ecan«e hllihlliiK was moved frnm Int, and the assessment on Hiild bnlldlng wns never deductuil from Ilio value of Ihe lot. Aves: All. Nays: None. Alotlnn innde by (jnlnn nnd 2nd by Fi-nsei- that n refund lie made to J. O, Mi-Donald, of Hurt, lowu, In the slim of $.~ii!.:i2 nn account of having puld the taxes Iwlce on the valuation of Ihe lul and bulldlnc In the Town of Hurl. This came nhoiit when the an- sc^sm- plnceil the snine valuntlon on a len'foot strip of land Unit adjoins tliu Inicl where Hie Imnse actnnlly KtaniU. AVCH: All. Nnys: None. Mnlinn made, by Jnhii^on and 2nd by Fiascr thai the ]ft|:i and 1I1H taxos on Ihe viilinillon uf Ihe bnlldlni; 'ill W'.-i nf (Mil Lot ."i. In Wlilllemnre, lown, lie cancelled as iccnniincndcd bv tliu Town Council of Whlttcmol'e, 'lowa, en accnunt of Imlliiing formerly «H- inited on mild tract wns removed during Hie year 1912. Aye*: All. Nays: None. Molion made by l-'niser and 2nd by Qulnn that Hie application for Class "I!" lleet- Permit for Hie Alfc'ona Conn- try Chili be approved. Aves: 'All. Nays: Nnne. .Motion made by .Selirnm und 2nd by .Inlirisnn that Ihu Cuiinty Audlt'i." he ami he IK hereby directed to CIIII.SM notice fur tlm ''Destrni'tlon of Noxious WcedK." to he published In each of tlm official •nowspuncrs of the County for the year 1»ltl. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Molion imide by Frnser nnd 2nd by Selirnm Unit l-'lurcniUH HaUken lip employed at life. Koasuth; County Farm und that Ills wnpc.s be set nt $11,1.00 per ninntli lieelliuliiff ua of April U, lll-lli. Ayes: All. Nays: ITone. Million innde liy Qiiinn and 2nd br Fruser that tlio 131 h day of Uay, litil), nt 2:00 o'clncl; I'. M. Ix liei'eby fixed UH (lie tluii) for recelvlnit bhl» for «:rave|ln« Ilio following Secondary lload Dlsti-icts: No«. :mi. -12T. 4BO, 021), niT, 57:i. S73A. TillS. 31111. (113. 017, (120, 021, 112.'!, 1121, 1125, (12(1, 1127. IMS, 112(1. 0,'ifl. : (i.'ll. C.'I2. 11:1:1, KH, Ii:i5, Wltl. l«7 aiia also no ns 112.3 ISO. IS ISO. IS 20.7'! no ii.i 172. 7S 15 I. I 4 111:1. -in 1 in. so .".O.Sll 30 X!) 1 1 5. 12 -in. 30 19.110 25.71 1 nn. ii:! ms.:i i 1711.71 is -I.:; i .11 172.7S! 1.02 3!H1I.90 159.53 •J7.SS (13.00 1.1.20 7.00 7.31 2'J.ti3 Hi.'iS :is.5o Sil.lS 2.:iti 2:1.011 51.00 1:1.110 •l.lltl 72,;is X.5II :i.iiii 15. :i.oo 2ll. ( Go . 13.05 5.79 5.1(1 11.110 1S.30 19.25 402.011 70.11 , mulnlcniinrc gravcliuj; Ayes: All. Nnya: No None. Motion uiadu liy Qulun and 2nd by I''ra*er I hut the fonuwljjg ix-sulutlon lie adopted: jaCSOM'TION TO SKLli INTEHKST WUKHKAS. !•'. II. ifcDohuVd of But't, Iowa, IIUH offered to Kosunth County, Iowa, tlie sum of tSO.Of) cunli foir fts interest in aud to tbe herclnaftt-c dc«- i-rll'ed real extale; uml WHKHUAS. the uulil County nc- iliilred Hie buhl property on or about tlm ISlu tbiy of Februsry, 11)39, by tax deed: an d UBIiKAS, tin-- wiia bid Is tlio lilgli- cst and best bid revived for a«td property a«d tuU tourd of »uper- vIi«)j-» constutu ifiid aunr«v«4 ot UKltl sale for this bid nud a majority of ull «f tlie otbei- tux levying aud tax «er- tlfylutc bodlc.s linvlug any interent la cuhi fc-L-nerul tuxes )iuy« given tMr (Continued on page 7)

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