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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1967
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(le.) Upp»r Dt>i Tr»urgdoy, April 13, 1967 Jurors Named For May Term Of District Court Names of petit jurors for the May terir, of district court, which bftgins Msty l, were released this week by County Clerk Alma Pearson. Jurors are not slated to report until May 8 and Judge Joseph P, Hand, Emmetsburg, will preside during the term. Jurors slated for call are: Kflthryn Amdorfer, Henry Becker,' John R. Burns, Don Clapsaddle, Florence Furst, Evelyn Gates, John 5. Grandfenett, Arlc Grimm, Iris Hinton, Orar, Hudson, Charles Joens, Bernadine Lighter, Howard Seely, Rose Stebrltj, Florence Watson, Inei Wolfe, Dorothy Zeigler, Alrona. Dor, Amdo'rfsr, John Droessler, Bernard Hauptman, Edna Johanneses, Alice Weber, John Welp. Bancroft. Harold Becker, Walter Carap- ney, Floyd Keopke, Leona Lacy, Robert Lovstati, Ruth 0, Patterson, Bertha WiUrett, Burl. Ray Dreyer, Curtis Olson, Lloyd Sunde, Fred Weinberger, Fenton. Laura Anliker, Dear. Banwart, Ed'rin Statteiman, Ida Struecker, West Bend. John R. Alke, Clarine Boyken, Mice Bruns, Betty Countryman, Erwir. Giesking, Jr., Floyd Huisman. Titonka, Milford Berg, Lei and Davidson, Lucille Hanson, Everett Johansson, Gladys Kluper, Fred \v. Lanperman, Mildred LooR, Alice Pulver, Frank Smouse, Caroline Tokheim, Swea City. Fred Blumer, Walter Him, Carmen Nielson, LuVerne. John Cordes, Lakota. Theresa Dulfy, Carl Ems!, Art Rusch, Louis Wehrspan, Geo. J. Winkel, Whittemore. Millie Hammerstrom, Bernard Miller, Lone Rock, John Kelly, Mrs. Darrel Newlin, Armstrong. John Kramersmeier, Ledyard. Arvin Larson, Faye Loebig, Frances Seefeld, Donnelle Ves- trem, Wesley. Olin Larson, Buffalo Center. Sylvia O'Brien, Carolyn Wey- derl, Bode. Notes Of iervicemen FT. CARSOK, COLO. — Army Private Darwin ii. Engelterts, IS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln K. Engelbarts, Algons., completed advanced combat training at Ft. Carson, Cole., March 24. - o GREAT LAKES, ILL., March 23 - Marine Private Robert G. Hainan, 18 USK, son of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hainan of 414 K. Boan, Algon^, has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here. Jr. the first weeks of his naval service he studied military subjects and lived and worked under conditions E^iisT to those he will encounter on his first ship or a: his first shore siation. - D - WICHITA 7ALLS, Tex -Airman Third. Class Bussell L. Spear, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Spear of E. P.. 2, Algona, has wen graduated at Sheppard AFB, TEJ-, ircE the training course ior L". £. Air Force aircraft mecnaniet. AvrmgTi Spear, i 196S graduate of Aigont Public High School, is being assignee to an Air Force unit it Taiwan ior oury with the irlift Command. FT'. POLL, 1.A - Army Private AVmr L. Dakeii, 2C, son of Mr. aud Mr£. Walter E-Dacfcen, Lone Eosk, complete:: nins weeks ol adrdiice: infantry training April 1 a- Fi. S-olk, U- His last week ol maning was speai it guerilla warfare exercises. Imriuf hit guerrilla train!rig, hfc live: under EimuiateC Vietnam conditions ior five cays, fight- mr o£ night attacks and conducting raioE o- "enemy" viliiLgeE. He was taugh'. methods of removing booby traps, setting am- ausheE, aai avoiding enemy ambushes. Ctee: Epeeiaii&ec training in- ineluQec small unit tactics, map reading, land mine warfare, COE- munieatioaE, aad firing the M- 14 rifle, M-SO niachiBe gun, and 3.5 Such rocket launcher. New Hot Lunch Room Being Used, Wesley WESLEY - Beginning Monday, hot luaehes were prepared auo served to public school pupils and faculty menbersinthenfewly- coastructed part oi the public school. The cooks, Clara. Price aad Tlllie ilatz had been operating in the Methodist parish hall the past year. Previous to that the pupils and others were served la St. Joseph's parish hall, with the pupils of that school. The old wooden grade school building built In 1894 burned April 10, 1965. . Tbe new addition, which nas beea used for several weeks, contains seven classrooms. Other things In the new addition include an elementary library, two conference rooms, a librarian's office, officers and was started Wednesday evening, April 5, and will be held each Wednesday evening during April. Paul Silbaugh, '<=. member of the fire extension service in Ames, is conducting the series, which is on chemistry of fires, operation of the equipment, how to fleht fires, demonstration o' first aid and an L.P. gas demonstration. LeRoy Grandgenett is fire chief, EdDornbier, assistant chief, Lou Simpson, treasurer, and Dave Klein, secretary. - o - AUXILIARY MET American Legion Auxiliary held a regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening, April 4, with Joan Grandgenett, president, presiding. She announced that a 4-county Legion and Auxiliary meeting will be held in Lone Rock Wednesday, April 12, beginning at 1 p. m. She also announced that the spring Legion and Auxiliary conference will be held in Webster City, April 23. Members voted to give $10 to the supply shelf InDesMoines. Many members have made hospital bibs. Mrs. Jo Meurer will send them to Veterans hospital in Des Moines April 15, and is asking that all bibs be left at her home by that date. Emma Olson and Irene Muehe served lunch. 500 was played. Vi Studer and Laura Klein were prize winners. Wednesday evening parties sponsored by the American Legion in the Legion hall will begin at 8:30 p. m. for the next few weeks. The public is invited to attend. - o - for EthPl Poster on Dr. *"8 tax. Ayes; all NRVS: none Motion carried. Motion by McDonald A seconded by jJewbrouph that statement of S. i L. Store In Amount of SSO.PO be Rpproved. Ayes: all Nays; none Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Xewbroufh that resolution of Co. Treas naming depositories In banks be approved. Ayes; fill Nays: none Motion carried. Mo-Ion by McDonald i- seconded by Re;s'.?,g that salary raise by the Stste of S20 be approved for the county r.urse. Ayes all Nays; none Motion carried. DISALLOWED BILLS Richard A. Brown, Medical Expenses etc.. .3,762.00 Alex Reefer, Rent 43.00 It was motioned that the following be allowed and paid by the Co. Auditor. SOLDIERS RELIEF FUND LuVerne Clir.ic. Medical.. .30.00 Elmer Phillips. Rent . . . .50.00 X. Cent. Pub. Serv., Fuel 35.35 Standard Oil, Fuel 22.20 Ale. Kun. Util, ftiliUes 19.95 Bancroft Oil Co., Fuel . . .19.87 Welp Drug, Medical 9.25 Van Norman Drug, Medical 3.45 University Hospital, Medical 35.50 Lutheran Hospital, Medical 133.53 Dr. T. J. Egan, Medical 10.00 Dr. J. R. Camp, Medical 21.00 Walker's Groc., Food . . .95.80 J. C. Penney Co., Clothing 8.96 East End Groc., Food . . .25.00 Luth. Home Find. Soc., Keep W-™ Everett Attlg, Keep . . . .65.00 Kenneth Salveson, Keep . . .65.00 Howard Andrews, Meeting 44.00 Lee Davidson, Meeting 10- 40 David Smith, Meeting . 5 -°° Marvell Immerlall, Clerk 25.00 Leonard Warner, Mileage 1^.40 Writer O'Green 168.00 Arthur Anderson 396.00 Wridon Brandt 196.00 Daisy Engsti-om 168.00 Mftncll Hurlburt 168.00 M. L. McCormick 168.00 Abbo Meln 396.00 Harold Jones 200.00 Ida Nelson 168.00 A. C. Pavik 336.00 l.OO SEC. RD. FUND Arnold Motor Supply, parts 560.59 West Bend Imp., Parts 36.15 Elbert Chev., Truck . . .2,770.00 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies 1-W la. Pub. Serv., Electricity 7.T7 LuVerne Bid. Co., Supplies 260.37 Jerry's Gulf Serv., Fuel 15.30 Algona Welding Works, Repairs i- 60 Lone Rock Tel, Tel 15.69 Rowlett Plumbing, Repairs M. T. McGuire 4 Co., Pro], 574 1,139.26 M. T. McGuire & Co., Final: Pro]. 575 3,599.42 G, J. Van De Rlet & Sons, Final; Pro], 592-B ... .6,304.08 Mason City Blue Print, Supplies 24.12 Faber Cons. Co., Final: Proj. 579 . . .23,738.19 Great Plains Supply Co., Supplies 19.47 Coop. Oil Co., Fuel 417.93 Hilton Super Serv., Tires 82.75 Shilllngton Hdwe, Supplies 18.43 Eco Mach. Co., Parts . . .28.75 Fergie's Thermogas, Fuel 303.08 Barclay, Supplies . . . .265.25 Dukehart-Hughes Tractor Co., Parts 103.56 Arnold Motor, Parts . . . .65.72 Swaney Equipment Co., Parts 273.37 Blanchard Lumber Co., Supplies 106.28 Thermogas Co. of Algona, Fuel 216.10 Craig Thilges, Labor . . .334.00 Algona Imp. Co., Parts . . .33.32 All American Transport Inc., Freight 4.00 Cook's Welders Supply Inc. Supplies 85.75 Sieg Ft. Dodge Co., Parts 30.94 Snap on Tools, Parts . . . 12.58 Snap on Tools, Parts . . .25.08 Kenneth Rowlet, Labor . . .19.00 Fangman Welding Shop, Repairs 36.75 M. & M. Motor Freight, Freight 4.00 Sunray DX Oil Co., Fuel 665.76 United Bldg. Center, Supplies 18.76 United Bldg. Center, Supplies 43.70 James H. Merryman, Labor & Equip 3,682.15 Weisbrod Imp. Co., Parts 23.41 Gulf Oil Corp., Gas 849.85 KLGA Radio, Announcements 21.00 Burlington Truck Lines, Freight 8.94 Jos. M. Rooney, M. D., Blood Tests 12.00 Drs. Schultz & Schultz, Blood Tests 40.00 Dr. Schutter 4 Koob . . . .10.00 Lois Kloster, Extra Help-Treas 30.00 Mertie Huber, Subscriptions Paid in advance, 15.00 Advance Pub. Co., Proceedings 351,28 Bancroft Register, Notice 16.80 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Proceedings 308.50 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Notico 12.80 Advance Pub. Co., Notice 7 - 55 Advance Pub. Co., Notice 19.00 Walter B. MacDonald, Expenses 210.40 Co. Treasurer, Bounty ''8.68 DRAINAGE FUND Ethel Potter, Dr. 9 5.62 Michael Wagner, Dr. 84 .. .10.00 Michael Wagner, Dr. 91 .. .20.00 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 96 98.91 Michael Wagner, Dr. 132 34.00 Michael Wagner, Dr. H. K. 3-46 10.67 Curtis Peterson, Dr. W. K. 68-136 21.98 Curtis Peterson, Dr. W. K. 68-136 21.98 Clarence Osborn, Dr. EPAK 84 71.56 STATE INSTITUTION State Comptroller, Institute Exp 2,158.58 Iowa Children's Home, Keep 56.30 Tommy Dale Hosp., Keep 420.00 Helen Zaugg, Keep 118.47 Alma Leegaard, Keep . . .100.00 Guest House Rest Home, Keep 127.50 L. A. Bascom, M. D., Medical 248.00 COURT FUND Wm. J. Finn., Mayor Fee 79.00 Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage 3.90 Payroll Fund, Court. . .1,817.37 Henry Zweifel, Labor . . .416.00 RETIREMENT FUND Sec. Road, Refund . . . .4,80 Maxlne Momyer, Refund . . .4.73 County Fund, Rafund . . . .4.73 T. B. FUND J. Harold Rlcklefs, Indemnity 44.47 John Ubben, Indemnity 49.B7 BANGS FUND Robert Helfner, Indemnity 12.50 Geo. Licktelg, Indemnity 25.00 Dr. R. D. Guss, Inspection 20.50 Dr. E. J. Capesius, Inspection 27.00 Dr. J. K. Hill, Inspection 8.00 Dr. A. W. R. Lichter, Inspection 49.00 Dr. Andrew J. Cotton, Inspection 3.50 Dr. J. T. Walte, Inspection 12.50 Dr. Jay D. Rush, Inspection 15.50 Fuel; Tom Mar- .2724,73 . .439.58 . . 233.93 REFUNDS Oscar Simons, Cigarette Refund 25.00 James Elmore, Dog Tax 50 Elmer Schneider, Dup. Tax paid 6.80 ANNUAL BALL The annual firemen's ball will be held in the Duncan pavilion Saturday evening, April 22. Board Proceed! BOARD PROCEEDINGS FIFTH DAY MARCH 1, 1667 REGULAR JAN. SESSION facilities for tfce bot lunch program. - o training program. The Board of Supervisors met pursuant 10 adjournment. Those present were Charles Plathe, Chairman, i Garry McDonald, Lawrence Newbrough, A. M Kol- lasc'r. t Andrew Reising. Absent: none. Motion by McDonald & seconded by Newbrough that the appointment of Eppo Bulten as Deputy Shfcrilf a', i smarting salary of $5250 be approved. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Koliasfih and seconded by Reising thai fourth quarterly report of u* soldier relief comrr.. bfe approved. Ayes: ail Nayt: none Motion carried. Motion by Nfcwbrough and se- condfed by Mcdonalc that Homer Downs t/fe appohr.fcd Wetd Com- tn»6!>io. r ifc! of Koesuth Co. for \Wi. J-.ytb: all Nays: none Motion cirrifcC. Motion by Kollafacii ani sttob- dfcci by KfeWbrvugh that refund in amount of &6.60 bfc given Eiintr J-.. Schiifclder ioi dupllcfci*: payment. Ayfct: ail Nays; lion* Motion carried. Motion by McDoittM tiid Sfc- conifcd by Nfcwbrougii ii&.i rtiuno ID amount ol $.50 be givenjasf.fcfc V. Elmore lor over payiiifen 1 . of dog license. Ayst.; all Nayt: iioafc Motion carried. Motion by Reising and (Sed by Newbrough tlAt amount of $25 be approved for Oscar Siukons on over payment of cigarette licence. Ayt=6: all Nays: none Motion can-led. Motion by Kollasch ».nd seconded by ReUsing Uiit reiuud in amount ol $S.62 be Cowan's Corp. Supplies . ..17.25 West Bend, Elec 8.07 Barclay Co., Supplies . . . .23.95 Central la. Tel., Tel . . .19.84 Coates Mfg. Co., Supplies 100.00 Dennis Lunn, Snow Removal 21.00 Whittemore Water Plant, Water 1.44 Ron Freed Sales Co., Supplies 163.97 West la. Tel., Tel 7.94 Carson's, Supplies 6.75 Titonka Tel., Tel 6.30 la. Elec. Light & Pwr., Elec 16.13 Ken's Serv., Fuel 13.20 HazelhoH Motors, Supplies -6.05 Gary's DX, Fuel 29.41 Ledyard Lumber Co., Supplies 187.47 C. J. Hagedorn, Supplies 15.00 Jeremiah Sullivan, Labor 161.00 Gordon Jones, Labor . . .21.00 Hancock Co., Taxes . . . .8.68 N. W. Bell Tel, Tel ... .65.68 All Wheel Drive, Parts 237.98 Nielsen's DX, Fuel . . . .2.00 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas 22.55 Veco., Parts 699.65 Zep Mfg. Co., Supplies . . .94.08 Standard Blueprint Co., Supplies 4.31 C. ti H. Co., Parts 287.50 Dahlhauser Machine Shop, Parts 66.23 Miller Lumber Co., Supplies n-00 Brown Supply Co., Parts 1,518.03 Gibbs-Cook Equip., Parts i Repairs . . . .1,901.24 Greeni/erg Auto Supply, parts 593.50 Herman M. Brown Co., parts 407.14 Hilda Fosgren, Right ol way 392.00 K, Cent. Pub. Serv., Oas 206.04 Ale. Mwu Util, Utilities 37.31 jtossuti Co. Treas., f-^^n 13,611.36 Payroll Fund, Road 13,903.09 COUNTY FUND Alg. Mun. Utility, Utilities ....... . w . .... .172.10 Alg. Mun. Utility, : , Utilities . . . ' . . . . .31.88 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas .65.04 Payroll Fund, County.. .9,640.93 Payroll Fund, County.. .3,160.75 Lavon Lindhorst, Sheriff's Extra help 67.50 Ken Harris, Sheriff's Extra help 4.50 Ralph Lindhorst, Bd. & Lodge of Prisoners. .68.70 Eppo Bulten, Mileage . . . .38.80 Ralph Lindhorst, Meals & Mileage 289.69 Lynn Forshee, Radio Installation 25.00 Heck Ross Uniform Co., Supplies 26.50 Greenberg Auto Supplies, Parts 2.30 Hoffman Hat Shop, Supplies '. • -12.95 Doris Culbertson, extra help 80.00 Joyce Hayden, Mileage 70.16 Culligan, Soft water . . . .6.50 Coast-to-Coast, Supplies 2.18 Glenn Larsen, Meeting 4.00 W. J. Stewart, Meeting 4.00 Donald Ringsdorf, Meeting 4.00 Lloyd Bartlett, Meeting . • -4.00 International BIGHT-OF-WAYS C*rtru4* Hamilton 788.00 yijgll BlWB»ter , 384.00 Oliver Bl«o&t*r 64,00 A, f. Ktwrty , 168,00 Bus. Mach. Corp. Supplies 5.12 Post Office, postage 25.00 Koch Bros., Supplies . . .5.05 Alg. Plb. & Htg., Parts 31.95 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas 284.19 Alg. Plb. & Htg., Parts 7.95 Koch Bros., Supplies . . .21.40 Pratt Elec., Repairs . . .4.26 N. W. Bell, Tel 400.87 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Supplies 397.25 Advance Pub. Co., Supplies 7.15 Modern Methods Co., Supplies 30.59 Iowa State Bar Assoc., Supplies 18.00 Boone Blank Book Co., Supplies 86.20 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Supplies 26.80 la. State Bar Assoc., Supplies 12.00 Kllpto Printing Co., Supplies 108.53 Xerox, Supplies 76.00 Koch Bros., Supplies . . .39.85 Hutzell's, Supplies 8.75 Frlden, Supplies 62.00 Ricklefs & Geelan Ins., Insurance 409.54 Rlcklefs & Geelan Ins., Bond 10.00 Valley Forge Flag Co., Supplies 16.08 ROAD CLEARING FUND Payroll Fund, Road . . .3,437.69 Dr. Richard Snyder, Medical Examiner 61.80 Janice Funk, Auditor-Extra Help .'.' ! . .'..120.00-' Maxine Momyer, Treas. - Extra Help 18.00 Kathryn Myers, Treas. - Extra Help 219.75 Wendel Warwick, Co. Home 225.00 Alma Warwick, Co. Home 225.00 K. C. Kern, Co. Home . . .200.00 Rosetta Kern, Co. Home 200.00 Kenneth Richardson, Probation 148.58 L. C. Rovn, Probation 176.00 Charles Plathe, Meetings & Mileage . . . .631.75 A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & Mileage . . . .639.60 Garry McDonald, Meetings & Milleage . . .579.10 L. A. Newbrough, Meetings & Mileage . . . .647.20 Andrew Reising, Meetings & Mileage . . .520.70 H. M Smith, Engineer 1000.00 JohnFraser, Asst. Engineer 650.00 Marilyn Schneider, Clerk .350.00 Tommy Aaron, Inspector 450.00 M. Edw. Blanchard, Labor 402.00 Raymond Baade, Labor 436.80 Clifford Blanchard, Labor 414.00 John Bauer, Labor . . .406.00 Delain Blumer, Labor 442.00 Alvin Swing, Labor . . .422.00 John Eller Jr., Labor 413.00 Don Hainzinger, Labor 400.00 Dale Helmers, Labor . . .412.00 Richard Hoberer, Labor 240.00 Earl Johns, Labor Geo. Kockler," Labor . . A. J. Kollasch, Labor . . Ralph Markla, Labor . , Ben Metzger, Labor . . , Urban Neuroth, Labor . , Elmer Ricks, Labor . . Leo Ramus, Labor . . Fred Stecker, Labor , John Schueler, Jr., Labor Charles Thompson, Labor Gerald Wlbben, Labor . Orville Weiland, Labor, George Werlnga, Labor C. E. Zaugg, Labor . . . Melvin Baas, Labor . . Clifford Holmes, Labor Clarence Hentges, Labor Delmar Plathe, Labor , Marcell Reding, Labor Erich WUJrett, Labor Cryll Wagner, Labor . .430.00 .400.00 .506.00 .404.00 420.00 .420.00 .416.00 .400.00 .454.00 .420.00 .400.00 .406.00 . .420.00 ..516.00 ..410.00 POOR FUND Louis Bartlett, Rent: Glen Parcel 25.00. Grace Kouba, Rent: Myrtle Weig 30.00 Mary Copp. Prop, Rent, Rose Hahle 35.00 Wm. Boettcher, Rent, Roelf Miller 40.00 Jefferson Transp. Co. , Mileage: Carol Heneman 13.25 Marvel Immerfall, Mileage, Several 43.88 Hamilton Funeral Home, Mileage: David Hilbert 200.00 McCullough, Mileage, FloydNew- ville 100.00: Otto Schaller, 10.00: Harley Scott 55.00 Alg. Utilities, Util. Louis Lynk 8.41 la. Elec. L. & P. Co, Util.: Myrtle Weig 11.53. N. .Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas, Wm. Gustin 29.20: Myrtle Weig 35.00. Interstate Pwr. Co., Util, Floyd Reibsamen 14.79 Town of Bancroft, Util. Joe Rapp 2.78 Town ol Whittemore, Util. Mr. Jones 5.11: Myrtle Frost 61.35: Betty Kramer 11.05 United Bid. Center, Fuel: Kenneth'Summers: 16.34. D. E. K. Elec, Util, Tom Martinson 21.65. Swea City Lions Club, Glasses, Larry & Lonnie Rippentrop 43.00. University Hosp. Med. John Hardgrove 16.25: Tim Mogler 18.00: Alan Wittmus 76.75: John Gramenz 160.62 Dr. Schutter & Koob, Med., Glen Parcel 7.00: Art Mueller, 10.00: Ken Summers 10.00. Dr. Camp, Med., Gladys Isebrand 48.00 Park Clinic, Med., Ella Govern 66.20. . T. J. Egan, M. D., Med., Roelf Miller 10.00 Hancock Hosp, Med.,HarveyIse- brand 206.35. Isabel Kunkle, Med., David Hilbert 25.00 Ernest Ruske, Dental, Adolph Peril 15.00 Roy Turner, M. D., Medical, Robert Jones 10.00 Miller Pharmacy, Medical, June Jenkins 28.50 Rusk Drug, Medical, Audry Frye 25.85: Tom Devine 5.55: Mae Ramus 26.93: Pat Thompson 2.55: James Walker 10.65. Honsbruch Drug, Medical, Mary Ladehoff 4.25, Lucy Wessels 25.60 Thuente Pharmacy, Medical, Mary Hentges 106.70: Mae McLean 6.00: Leatha Redemske, 26.05, Marvin Grisham, 5.25. DR. R. K. Richardson, Medical, Audrey Frye 47.00, Mae McLean 14.50: Jim Alvey 6.00: Helen Johnson, 24.00 Lutheran Hosp. Medical, Stella Decker 297.46 Hutzell's, Supplies, Relief office 157.02. Doris Culbertson, Salary, Relief Office 66.25 Eddies Food, Food, Jerry Kling- seth 20.00 Intermill Groc.,Food, FloydRei- bsamen 40.00 Cerro Cordo. Co., Keep, Robert Jones 127.60 Hoods Super Valu, Food, Larry Reefer 15.00: Robt. Jones 60.00 Ralph Miller 75.00 East End Grocery, Food; Wm. Gustin 40.00: Audry Frye 19.65 Ron & Jack s, Food; Glen Paj- cel, lO.OOJohnMeyers, 25.00 Ken Summers 40.00: Albert Ladenhoff 38.00 Lucy Wessel 15.00 Dunn's Sure Save, Food; Glen Parcel 30.00: Inez Lamb 25.00 Tony's Food Mkt., Food, Ella Govern 25.00, Joe Rapp, 20.00: Bertha Busch 15.00 Vogel's Store, Food; Bernard Leeper 69.70. Fareway Stores, Food; Mallnda Jennings 97.00 Standard Oil, Fuel; Floyd Reib- samen 31.40 Thermogas Co. Fuel; Mae Mc- 'Lean 58.11. Coop. Oil Co., tinson 36.86. Bancroft Oil Co., Fuel; Byron Hauge 15.90. Farmers Coop, Fuel, Ken Summers 28.91 McCarthy's Plb., Heater; John Govern 34.00 Bane. Oil Co. Fuel, Mrs. Lloyd 51.23 Fergie's Thermogas, Fuel; Joe Fox, 52.75: Mrs. Boeckholt 73.18: Ella Govern 7.50: Joe Rapp, 14.37 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Fuel, Louis Lynk 15.00; Doris Culbertson 15.99 Mrs. John Grotte, Keep, Rose Westllng 70.00 Turner Nurs. Home, Keep, Helen Wlddel, 186.80 & 158.80 Morgan Home, Keep; Paul Mulligan 34.45: Law. Mulligan 140.00 State of Iowa, ADC . State of Iowa, Blind State of Iowa, Emergency State of Iowa, Disabled 94.23 Payroll Fund, Poor . . .1251.65 Madelia Walker, Labor.. .205.00 Algona Locker Plant, Rent 12-0° Sunray D-X Oil Co., Fuel 26 7- 84 Sunray D-X Oil Co., Fuel I 85 - 38 Lindsay Soft Water, Supplies 33.00 Thermogas, Fuel . . . .44.70 Big Bear Inc., Supplies 5 - 64 Coast to Coast, Supplies 292.61 Vic Blair, Supplies . . . .8.25 N. W. Bell., Tel ... .29.21 Dr. L. A. Henrlksen, Glasses 75.00 Honsbruch Drug, Medical 442.31 Dr. L. A. Henriksen, Glasses 10.00 Dr. Schutter & Koob, Medical 5.00 Keck Inc., Freight . . . .6.51 Pratt Elec, Supplies 35.21 Big Bear Inc., Supplies •• -8.12 Pioneer Mfg. Supplies . . .59.25 Arwell, Spraying H- 45 Des Moines Register, Subscription 5.40 Hood's Super Valu, Food 44.63 Finn's Bakery, Food . . .97.68 Ervin Emick, Food . . .15.90 Consl. Creameries, Food 143.66 Chemco Co. Inc., Supplies 58.00 S & L, Clothing .... .&1.00 Gull Oil Corp. Gas . . . .46.16 Dr. Shey & Gotten, Vet Fees .127.28 Algona Produce, Supplies 49.30 Whittemore Elevator, Supplies S7-43 Marvin Kollasch, Hay . . .273.60 Elmore Nursery Co., Trees 71.00 Dept. Health, Education & Welfare - Insurance .... .9.00 CONSERVATION Roeber Bldg, Serv., Construction 1,200.00 State Conserv, Comm., Bldg. .320.00 SEC. ROAD Ray McWhorter, Tile .50.00 On motion adjournment was taken until, March 28, 1967. CHARLES PLATHE CHAIRMAN, BD. OF SUPERV. ATTEST: MARC MOORE, KOSSUTH CO. AUDITOR BOARD PROCEEDINGS SIXTH DAY SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION MARCH 28, 1967 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Charles Plathe, Chairman, and A. M. Kollasch, Lawrence Newbrough, Garry McDonald & Andrew Reising. Absent: none. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that property of Torsten & Edith Lagerstrom be condemned on tract In N 1/2 Sec. 4-96-29 for Highway purposes. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that the S. line of SW 1/4 Sec. 33-9729 be condemned on the property of Johanna Recker Lickteig. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Reising and seconded by Newbrough that the property of Torsten & Edith Lag- e_rstrom be condemned on the NW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec. 5-94-29 for Highways. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Reising and seconded by McDonald that the property of Bernard & Susie Zeller be condemned on the NE NW & NE 1/4 Sec. 5-94-29 for Highways. Ayes: all Nays: none motion carried. Motion by Reising and seconded by Kollasch that contract for 600 copies of financial statements be awarded to Titonka Topic in amount of $214.80 Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until April 3, 1967. CHARLES'PLATHE CHAIRMAN, BD. OF SUPERV. ATTEST: MARC MOORE, KOSSUTH CO. AUDITOR HUNGRY? TRY BOONE RIVER RING BOLOGNA FOR THE LION'S SHARE OF GOOD EATING The next time you're hungry try Boone River Bologna. Plump and juicy with a natural hickory smoked flavor it really "hits the spot"! We're not "lion" -you try it! .400.00 .412.00 ..310.00 , .418.00 . .410.00

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