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Thuente Pharmacy, Drugs; Mary Hentges, 38.55, Mae McLean, 18.90 Buffalo Center Hospital, Medical; June Jenkins, 3.00, Ricky Jenkins, 157.20. Holy Family Hospital; Medical; Mrs. Ada MaeAnderson 144.80 St. Joseph MercyHospital, Medical; Miss Ella Johnson 40.00 Park Hospital Foundation, Medical; Wade Decker, 16.00 Honsbruch Drug, Drugs; Lucy Wessel 43.70, Her man Wlchten- dahl 14.70 Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical; Audrey Frye 15.00, Mae McLean 18.00 Dr. Joseph Rooney, Medical; Emil Lovstad, 45.00, Clarence Zaugg, 4.00, Mallnda Jennings, 20.00 Keck Inc., Deliver Commodity 2.73 Doris Culbertson, Extra Help - Relief 38.75 Western Union, Message 1.34 H. R. Zumach & Son, Provisions; Mrs. Myrtl Frost, 120.00 Swanson's, Provisions; Ray Wessel, 30.00, Alvlna Flsch 29.65, Glen Parcel, 44.98, Audrey Frye, 20.00 Floyd Salisbury, 34.17 Fareway Food Stores, Provisions; Malinda Jennings, 48.00 Millers Used Clothing, Clothing; Glen Parcel 9.10 Sunray D-X Oil Co., Fuel; George Frlsble, 40.07 Sierp Supply, Fuel; Dale Douglas 15.90 Thermogas Company, Fuel; Mae McLean, 46.57 North Central Public Ser., An- gellne Gustln, 11.77 Lone Rock Coop Exchange Co., Coal; Adolph Pertl, 41.40 Fergie K & H Service, Bottle Gas; Mrs. Govern 15.00, Mrs. Boeckholt, 66.31 Vogel's Grocery, Provisions; Bernard Leeper, 35.00 Garry Funeral Home, Ambulance Ser.; Nick Nemmers 10.00, Mrs. Matilda McFarland 17.50 , Mrs. Edna Kollasch 15.00 Honsbruch Drug, Drugs - Lucy Wessel 29.30 The Morgan Home, Care & Keep; Paul Mulligan 38.05, Lawrence Mulligan 155.00 Heritage Rest Home, Care & Keep ; Otto Barenthin, 140.00 Mrs. John Grotte, Care & Keep; Rose Westllng, 140.00 Guest House, Care & Keep; Ora Packard, 125.00 State of Iowa, Disabled Fund 219.51 State of Iowa, Blind Fund 311.16 State of Iowa, Dependent Children Fund, *£. . ; 1,796.52 State of Iowa, Relief Fund 82.99 Dr. Schutter & Koob, Medical; Mary Ramus, 3.00 SECONDARY ROAD FUND Bob Deal, Chains 80.68 Northwestern Bell Telephone, Telephone Ser 55.23 Elmer Dole Co., Gravel fill 254.04 Ledyard Lumber Co., Supplies 68.27 Shilllngton Hardware, Supplies 19.65 Co-Op Oil Co., Supplies .6.81 Blair Welding, Repairs 12.25 Thermogas Company, Fuel 111.80 Town of Swea City, Electricity 16.00 Co-op Oil Co., L.P. Gas , 76.11 Jim Meyer, Grease . . . .29.19 Kemna Motor Co., Repairs 7.84 Deltering Implements, Supplies 38.95 Roger L. Meyer, Grease . .2.60 Rohlln Repair Shop, Repairs 3.00 Central Iowa Tele. Co., Telephone Ser., 58.81 Central Iowa Rural Tele., Telephone Serv .14.62 Charlson Hardware, Supplies 13.71 Rowlet P. & H., Repairs 3.00 P. R. Irons, Repairs 8.65 Redings Gravel & Excav., Use of Equipment 195.00 Johnston Automotive, Repairs 60.12 la. Pub, Ser, Co, Electricity 5.00 Chemco Co. Inc., Supplies 93.25 Fullerton Lumber Co., Supplies 102.56 All-Wheel Drive Co., Socket 6.93 Gaplelude Lubricants, Supplies 389.60 Bowman's Small Engines, Repairs 218.50 Great Plains Supply Co., Supplies 118.34 Greenberg Auto Supply, Supplies 486.75 Arnold Motor Supply, Supplies 567.70 James H. Merryman, Use of Equipment 1,564.28 Georga Freerksen, Wing man 22.80 Sunray D-X Oil Co., Fuel 461.49 Taylor Motor Co., Repairs 324.92 M. T. McGuire&Co., Proj. # 574, 575 35,037.00 Faber Const. Co., Proj. # 1136 11,137.50 Everds Brothers, Inc., ProJ. § 503, 77 48,76'7.40 John Sachan, Borrow pit 1,400.00 Henry Rustemter, Borrow pit 1,729.00 Fay G. Callies, Borrow pit 547.40 Robert Deal, Chain saw, 183.50 Algona Municipal Utilities, Ulitities 21.52 North Central Public Ser., Gas Ser lli.12 Payroll Fund, Payroll - Sec. Rd. Fund, 15,529.40 Elmer Dole Co. 4 Everds Brothers, Pro]. #574 . . . .1,237.95 Elmer Dole Co. & Everds Brothers, Pro]. # 574 . . .11,141.55 Elmer Dole Co., Proj. i 1136 538.90 Elmer Dole Co., Proj. # 1136 4,850.12 Carlson Farm Management, Borrow Pit 587.80 Ready Mix Concrete Co., Supplies 318.26 James H. Merryman, Use of equipment . . . .8274.39 Sunray D-X Oil Co., Fuel 18.00 Humboldt Concrete Co., Supplies 204.17 J. W. Burnett, Labor 171.00 Swaney Equipment Co., Supplies 270.33 Brown Supply Co., Signs 719.12 Dukehart - Hughes Tractor & Equip., Equipment 7,498.69 Vivian Equipment Co., Supplies - Grader . . ..27,575.75 Algona Implement Co., Repairs 37.17 Herman M. Brown Co., Supplies 26.03 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., Supplies 89.26 Snap-on Tools, Supplies 25.24 Arnold Motor Supply, Supplies 184.07 Michael Todd & Company, Signs 1,309.14 W. E. Ley Company, Repairs 20.11 Barclay Company, Supplies 182.23 Diamonds, Rain Suit 4.99 Carson's For Color, Paint 6.40 T.M. Kelly, Used Steel Tape 5.00 Algona Machine Shop, Repairs 5.75 Alg. Service Station Suppliers, Supplies 27.14 Anton Kardoes, Repairs 18.00 West ,Iowa Telephone Co., •Tele^hone Ser 7.31 Quick Supply Co., Supplies 37.95 Elbert's Hardware, Supplies 56.60 John Eller Jr., Labor 28.50 Elmer Dole Co., Use of equipment . . . .337.50 Miller Lumber Co., Supplies 1.35 Frederick Hardware, Supplies 6.57 Hilton's Super Ser., Repairs 14.50 Town of West Bend, Electricity .1.77 Iowa Electric Supply Co., Guy Strand 77.95 C rouse Cartage Co., Supplies 13.20 Cowan Corp, Trowel 1.20 Sankey Sand & Gravel Co., Asphalt 11.25 Nielsens D-X Serv. Station, Repairs 3.07 Farmers Coop Elevator, Tile 10.79 Frank D. Fisher, Repairs 7.27 Gulf Oil Prod., Gas.. . ; . . .". ; . ..... .1,160.47 Fergie's Super Service, L. P. Gas 959.35 Wilson's Our Own Hardware, Supplies 3.93 Blue Gun Shop, Repairs 51.35 Walkers Grocery. Towels 8.69 la. Electric Light & Power Co. Electricity 15.35 Tltonka Telephone Ser., Telephone Ser 9.46 Baade Garage, Supplies 47.08 Josephson Radiator Ser., Repairs 57.50 Tyke Service Center, Repairs . ,7,20 Joseph D. Murray, Borrow pit 374.50 Redings Gravel & Excav., Use of equipment 160.00 Lone Rock Coop Telephone Co., Telephone Ser 28.46 Elmore Concrete Products Co., Tile 274.28 Taylor Implement Co., Repairs 119.20 John Johnnsen, Borrow Pit 350.00 Heiman Fire Equipment, Supplies 41.00 Premier Autoware Co., Supplies 352.74 United Building Centers, Inc., Supplies 29.27 United Building Center, Inc., Supplies 119.89 Big Bear Inc., Supplies 25.61 Cooks Welders Supply Inc., Supplies 507.15 Standard Oil Co., Fuel 526.44 Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Supplies 1223.41 1:00 P.M. Board Members present were: A. M. Kollasch. Charles Plathe, Lawrence Newbrough, Garry McDonald, and Andrew Relsing. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that Charles Plathe be appointed as chairman for the Board of Supervisors for the year 1967. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Reising that the following members be appointed to the Social Welfare Board: Lawrence Newbrough, Garry McDonald, and Burnetta Bohannon. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that $150.00 be transferred from the General County Fund to the Institutional Fund. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that $229.40 be transferred from Domestic Animal Fund to County Assessor Fund. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that the following cash allowances be approved for the year 1967; Evelyn Cady $100.00 per month, Martha Gifford $25.00 per month and KathleenSennenfelder $20.00 per month. Ayes: all Nays: none Mother carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that cash on hand Dec. 31, 1966 in the following officers be approved. Ayes: all Nayss none Motion carried. Auditor; None Recorder: None Clerk: None Treasurer: $1515.55 Sheriff: None Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that the following appointments be approved. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. County Engineer: H. M. Smith Assist. Engineer - John D. Fraser Inspector - Thomas Aaron Clerk - Marilyn Schneider Overseer of Poor - Marvel Immerfall Drainage Clerk - Arnold Alder son Drainage Attorney - H, F. Friestedt County Nurse - Joyce Hayden Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that the following appointments and bonds of personal of various county offices be approved as follows: Ayes: all r ' Nays: none motion carried. Auditor- Jackie Muller, Deputy Treasurer - Verna Aldrlch, Mildred Butzke, Deputy, Doris Ferguson, Auto Deputy; Phyllis Olson, Clerk; Rose Olson, Clerk. Recorder - Mary Ilia Kisch, Deputy, ElnoraEspe, Deputy. Sheriff - Donald M. Wood, Deputy. Clerk - Elizabeth Galbraith, Deputy. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that the following be approved as Official County newspapers for 1967. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona, Iowa. Advance Pub. Co, Algona, Iowa. Bancroft Register, Bancroft, Iowa. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by McDonald that Leonard Warner be appointed 1st Janitor and Walter Wood be appointed assistant. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and se- • conded by Reising that the following be appointed to operate the County Home and Farm. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. 1st Couple Wendel Warwick 2nd Couple K. C. Kern Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that Manell Hurlburt be appointed to serve on the County Conservation Board, Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Nev/brough and se- conded by Kollasch that Dr. R. F. Snyder of Swea City be appointed Medical Examiner and Dr. Robert Brainerd of LuVerne, Iowa as Deputy; Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Kollasch that the following request were approved for depositories of funds in the designated banks. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Auditor - Security State Bank ($2,000.00) Sheriff - Security State Bank Clerk of Court - SecurityState Bank & Iowa State Bank ($10,000.00 limit in each bank.) Recorder - Security State Bank ($22,000.00) Iowa State Bank ($10,000.00) Treasurer - Iowa State Bank $1,125,000.00 - Security State Bank, Algona $1,125,000.00 Farmers & Traders Sav. Bank, Bancroft - $200,000.00 - Burt Savings Bank, Burt -$175,000.00 -First Trust & Sav. Bank, Fenton $150,000.00 - Farmers Trust & Sav. Bank, Lakota-$150,000.00 - State Bank of Ledyard, Ledyard $175 000.00 - The Lone Rock Bank, Lone Rock - $175,000.00 Swea City State Bank, Swea City $200,000.00 - Titonka Savings Bank, Titonka - $175,000.00 Exchange State Bank, Wesley $175,000.00 - Farmers State Bank, Whittemore $175,000.00 Motion by McDonald and seconded by Kollasch that the Kossuth County Bee Keeper Association be allowed $300.00. Ayes: all Nayes: none Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that the 4th Quarter Report of the following offices be approved: Auditor, Clerk, Sheriff, N. J. Nemmers, J, P., and Delia Welter, J P. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried Motion by Newbrough and se- xionded by McDonald that January 5, 1967 be set to take Inventory at the County Farm and Home. Ayes: all Nayes: none Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that taxes be- suspended on Lots 17-1819-20 of Blk. 28 Richmonds 4th Add. to Swea City in the name of Tom Bishop Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Reising that the final report of Kossuth County Conservation Board for the year 1965 be approved. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that the petition for erroneous assessments on Industrial Plant Equipment, reported twice be approved and amount of $478.52 be refunded. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Lawrence Newbrough and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the salary of Elected Officials and Deputies be raised as per schedule of Chapter 307 House file 349. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Reising that Charles Plathe be appointed as Overseer of the County Farm and Andrew Reising be 2nd man. Ayes: Reising, Kollasch and Newbrough. Nayes: McDonald. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that price of land for road Right-of-Way be set at $400.00 for 1967. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Reising that refund be made to Gladine Miller in the amount of $9.65 for taxes erroneous by assessment. Ayes: all. Nays; none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Reising that the annual report of the County Agricultural Extension Education Fund be approved. Ayes:all. Nays:None. Motion carried. Motion by Reising and seconded by Kollasch that the county road employees be raised 10£ per hour effective January, 1967. Ayes: all. Nays: None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until January 5, 1967. Charles Plathe, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS SECOND DAY SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION JANUARY 5,1967 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment for the purpose of inventory of the County Home and Farm. Those present were Charles Plathe, Chairman, and A. M. Kollasch, Garry McDonald, Lawrence Newbrough and Andrew Reising. Absent: None. INVENTORY OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM TAKEN ON JANUARY 5, 1967 HOGS 31 Fall Pigs @ 20.00 620.00 CATTLE 40 4 6 6 18 1 5 Dairy Cattle @ 250.00 10,000.00 Heifers 2-Year @ 200.00 800.00 Heifers 1-Year (2 100.00 600.00 Yearling Steers @ 125.00 750.00 Calves @ 80.00 1,440.00 Bull @ 300.00 300.00 Calves @ 25.00 .125.00 14,015.00 POULTRY 250 Laying- Hens (5 0.75 187.50 HAY, GRAIN & FEED 5000 Bu. Corn @ 1.00 5,000.00 2000 Bu. Oats @ 0.75 1,500.00 100 Bu. Ground Feed @ 1.00 100.00 175 Ton Ensilage §10.00 1,750.00 3000 Bales Hay @ 0.55 1,650.00 3900 Bu. Shelled Corn® 1.00 .3.000.00 13,900.00 MACHINERY 1 Int. Plow (3-16' ) Bottoms 325.00 1 Cultivator 115.00 1 4-Row Plow 400.00 1 2-Row Plow 50.00 1 IHC 460 3,000.00 1 4-Row planter 1,500.00 2 Electric Drills 40.00 1 Farmall H 850.00 1 1964 Ford 1, 2-Ton Pickup 1,500.00 1 Baler 1.300.00 2 Three-Bottom Plows 50.00 1 Potato Digger 50.00 2 Side Rakes 350.00 1 Endgate Seeder 125.00 1 Spring Tooth Harrow 50.00 1 Manure Spreader 575.00 2 Farm & Truck Wagon Boxes & Hoists.. .325.00 2 Wagons 150.00 2 Discs 800.00 1 Plow (J. D. 3-Bottom 14") 400.00 1 Tractor Disc 50.00 1 Grain Elevator 225.00 3 Self Feeders 150.00 4 Strainers 4.00 1 Milk Tank 2,300.00 4 Five gal. Cream Cans 12.00 1 Surge Milking Machine (5 Units) 650.00 1 Stock Cutter 155.00 2 Hog Fountains 60.00 1 Litter Carrier 98.00 1 McCormick 10" Windrower 100.00 1 McCormick 7" Mower 75,00 2 Chicken Waterers @ 2.50 5.00 4 Chicken Feeders @ 2.00 8.00 1 Hog Chute 10.00 1 Four Section Harrow 50.00 1 Manure Scoop 250.00 2 Corn Pickers 1,500.00 1 Water Heater 75.00 2 Water Tanks 40.00 1 Rotary Hoe 225,00 1 Artsway Mixer-Grinder 300.00 1 Tank Heater 80.00 4 Small Feeders 20.00 2 Electric Waterers 25.00 26 Drinking Cups 308.00 1 Loader 400.00 1 Lundell Chopper 1,000.00 1 A. C. (W. D. 45)Tractor 1,300.00 1 Wagon Box 17.00 1 Sprayer Hyd 200.00 1 Cattle Oiler 184.90 1 Int. Tandem Disc 400.00 Other shop equipment & hand tools: grindstone, 2 ladders, 1 wheelbarrow, spades, wire cutters, stretchers, scoop shovels, dirt shovels, log chain, forks, metal baskets, axes, cross-cut buck & hand saws, scythes, six 12-qt. pails, hog troughs, scalding kettle, picks, corn knives, crow bars, hammers, pipe wrenches, pinchers, brace and bits, belting, 21awnmowers, gas pump and tank .300.00 22,531.90 Thundery, Feb. 23, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DM Moln«t-S MISCELLANEOUS 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 1 Transformer & Elec. Wiring to House, .2,000.00 Water System - New Pump 2,500.00 Fruit Cave 850.00 Cresco Light & Power Share 425.00 Emergency Synamo Power Plant 775.00 Water Pump for Furnace 1,956.40 Heat Lamps 10.00 Soft Water Unit 1,160.00 LAND & BUILDINGS 9,676.40 County Farm (240 Acres @ $400.00) .... . '.96;000.00' Silo'. i'V. ...... '.".:..• 1,600.00 Brick House 43,500.00 Barn 5,000.00 Double Corn Crib & Granary 5,000.00 Hog House 1,600.00 Hen House , 575.00 Cattle Shed 150.00 Straw Shed 75.00 Machine Shed 250.00 Garage 350.00 Two Steel Bins 185.00 Two Brooder Houses 200.00 Two Portable Hog Houses 650.00 One Feed House 150.00 Milk House . .2.100.00 157,385.00 KITCHEN UTENSILS & EQUIPMENT 2 Coffee Pots 5.00 3 Electric Coffee Pots 45.00 9 Water Pitchers 3.60 4 Iron Frying Pans 13.00 1 Kitchen Bench 3.00 1 Step Stool 1.00 1 Metal Frying Pan 1.00 5 Butcher Knives ; .3.00 8 Stainless Steel Dippers 88.00 9 Large Spoons 18.00 1 Kitchen Stove 100.00 2 Long Iron Roasters 4.00 4 Roasting Pans (1 Stainless Steel @10.00).. 19.00 1 Butcher Steel 0.50 6 Muffin Tins 1.95 2 ' Double Boilers 2.50 10 Pie Tins 10.00 6 Dust Pans 3.00 4 Tube Pans 3.00 9 Aluminum Cake Pans 3.50 4 Round Cake Pans 2.00 2 Dish Pans (Aluminum) 14.00 2 Stainless Util, Cart & 1 Enamel Cart. . .30.00 4 Ironing Boards & Covers 20.00 4 20-Qt. Kettles 4,00 3 8-Qt. Kettles 1.00 2 6-Qt. Kettles 1.00 2 Refrigerators 275.00 1 Tea Kettle 5.00 2 Stainless Mixing Bowls 5.00 1 Electric Mixer & Attachments 30.00 8 Paring Knives 4.00 1 Egg Beater 2.00 1 Potato Masher . , .2.00 2 irons 15.00 2 Can Openers 27.00 4 Stainless Milk Pitchers 12.00 1 Automatic Washer 200.00 5 Rinse Tubs 10.00 1 Washing Machine 130.00 1 Laundry Extractor 900.00 1 Deep Freeze 150.00 1 Klrby Cleaner 150.00 1 Eight-slice Toaster 60.00 1 Base Cabinet with Sink 125.00 1 Pressure Cooker 27.00 I Base Steel Cabinet 53.00 8 pair Drapes (f $3.00) .24.00 2,606.05 DINING ROOM SQUIPMENT 9 Pair Drapes @ $3.00 . 27.00 13 Tables 120.00 44 Chairs 44.00 41 Plastic Juice Glasses 4,10 49 Plastic Tumblers 4.90 II Salt & Pepper Shakers 1.10 46 Soup or Cereal Bowls 23.00 34 Other Deep Bowls 3.40 14 Sugar Bowls 1,40 1 Piano 10.00 2 48 40 48 48 48 12 150 1 11 10 11 Cream Pitchers 0.50 Plastic Sauce Dishes 4.80 Tablespoons 4.00 Stainless Steel Forks 5.50 Stainless Steel Knives 8.50 Stainless Steel Teaspoons 10,00 Stainless Steel Tablespoons 6.00 Plastic Plates, cups & sauce dishes . . .125.00 Buffet 5.00 Metal Glasses 3.00 Syrup Pitchers '. 25.00 Plastic Table Cloths .16.50 452.70 STAFF DINING ROOM 2 Pair Drapes 8,00 1 Table 5.00 1 Buffet 10.00 11 Chairs 11-00 1 Set Dishes for 12 30.00 1 Set Silverware for 8 .4.80 68.80 STEWARD OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1 Wooden Desk 50.00 1 Swivel Clialr 15.00 2 Steel File Cabinets .50.00 115.00 EMERGENCY RELIEF HOME 2-1/2 Acres of Land 750.00 WARD ROOM EQUIPMENT 2 42 47 52 90 35 53 56 45 3 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 5 73 2 1 4 80 2 23 3 1 1 39 2 1 15 Hospital Beds 200.00 Beds 630.00 Mattresses 470,00 Pillows 52.00 Pillow Cases 45.00 Sheets 135.00 Wool Blankets 60.00 Cotton Blankets 56.00 Spreads 45.00 Bureaus 7.00 Studio Couch 25.00 Rockers 112.75 Wheel Chair 5.00 Pair Crutches 1.00 Barber Chair 20.00 Strait Jacket 17.00 Book Case .5.00 Radios 50.00 Bath Towels 19.00 Clothes Carts ; . . . .5.00 Sewing Machine 45.00 T. V.'s 300.00 Washcloths 8.00 Davenports & Chair Sets 20.00 Hand Towels 4.60 Table Lamps 6.00 End Table 8.00 Dressing Table and Chair 2.50 Chairs 39.00 Reading Tables 20.00 Shampoo Bowl and Chair 104.00 Chests .420,00 2,936.85 APARTMENT EQUIPMENT 3 1 1 1 2 2 PROVISIONS 350 200. 1000 1535 60 100 4 22 4 6 2 2 16 2 26 2 32 5 13 4 12 3 12 97 2 2 23 8 2 4 2 3 8 ' 2 3 4 10 75 5 6 4 10 6 15 8 MISCELLANEOUS 4 6 12 6 15 2 12 1 12 2 25 30 11 6 25 2-1/2 3 Double Beds & Matresses Dresser Chair Studio Couch 75.00 5.00 4.00 10.00 Single Beds 50.00 Rockers .10.00 154.00 Chickens @ .70 245.00 Lbs. Frozen Meat.'.,' . .ISO.pO Lbs. Frozen Fruits'A'Vegetables 500.00 Qts. Home Canning 537.25 Lbs. Beans 8.00 Lbs. Beet Sugar < 10.06 Boxes Brown Sugar 0.64 Boxes Powdered Sugar 3.00 2 Ib. jars Instant Coffee 5.16 Jars of Mustard 0.54 Jars of Catsup 2.60 Gallons Syrup 2.12 Boxes Salt 1.76 30 Ib. tins of Ole 14.12 Boxes Cake Mix & 5 Angel Food 12.17 Cans of Pie Filling 1.93 Cans of Jello 29.12 Boxes Soda 1.90 Boxes Corn Starch 2.00 Boxes Graham Crackers 2.40 Boxes Soda Crackers 6.27 Boxes Corn Flakes '. 1.29 Boxes Quaker Oats 4.90 Boxes Cereal Varieties 28.03 Large Cans Tuna 4.22 Small Cans Tuna 0.56 Cans Sardines 6.21 Cans Mixed Vegetables 6.00 Cans Sweet Potatoes , . . . 2.11 Cans Pork and Beans 3,16 Cans Hominy 0.90 Cans Spinach 2.95 Cans Sauerkraut 4.68 Cans Peas 1.87 Cans Green Beans 2.40 Cans Ltma Beans 3.18 Lbs. Onions 2,90 Squash 7.50 Cans Fruit Cocktail 6.74 Cans Peaches 5.(56 Cans Apricots '. 4,08 Cans Pears 11,00 Large Cans Pineapple 6.82 Small Cans Pineapple 5.85 Cans Plums . .6.52 1,665.57 Push Brooms 16.00 Dust Mops 5.00 Brooms 18.00 Scrub Mops 6.00 Steel Cupboards 22.00 Scrub Pails 20.00 Gallons Wax .58.00 5-gal. can Dish Soap 16.00 Boxes Blueing 6.60 Barrels Disinfectant 50.00 Lbs. AJax 12.00 Bars Soap 9.60 Boxes Borax 7.28 Gallons Bleach 3,26 Lbs. Washing Powder 8.75 Cases Bowl Cleaner 13.65 Gallons Window Cleaner 10,00 1967 - GRAND TOTAL OF INVENTORY - $226,946.92 It was motioned that the following bills be disallowed. Robert W. Seefeld, Domestic Animal Claim 384.00 Hlllcrest Child. Serv., Keep: 10.75 Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Reising that Arnold Alderson be given $250 per year raise. Ayes : All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by McDonald that the Janitors be given $20 per month raise. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until February 1, 1967. Charles Plathe, Chairman Bd. of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore Kossuth Co. Auditor

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