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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1933
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The AlgonA typpw Dea Motoes, Algon^ Iowa» (ktobe* 10, 1938 CHARLES LICHTY, LUVERNE, GIVEN PARTY ON SEVEMY-NINTH BIRTHDAY Relatives Observe Occasion With Surprise at His : Home LuVerne: A surprise party was tendered Charles Llchty Thursday evening at his home In honor of his 76t.h birthday. His Immediate relatives were present namely: Mr. and Mrs. J. L Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty, Pht and Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Llchty Virginia, Evan, Robert Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Llchty, Harold and DeRae and Oraee Llchty, also Rev. and Mrs Win. Baddetey. tThe birthday cake was made and prettily decorated by Mrs. Lee Llchty. After a very pleasant evening, refreshments were served. Woman, 76, Breaks Rip Mrs. Win. Wlesenberg. resident of LuVerne, had the misfortune Saturday morning to fall and break her hip. Due to her advanced age, being 76 years of age, the break could not be Bet. She is resting as easily as could be expected. Her daughter, Mrs. Wiltgen of Bode, is caring for her. Miss Elsie Hunt is quite ill at this writing with whooping cough. The cemetery association met Thursday at the farm home of Mrs. Wm. Miller. H. H. Meyer and family have moved here from Corwith into the Lutheran teacherage. Mrs. Henry Pergande Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Minnie Lottman In Chicago, also attending the fair. Florence Godfrey and Vera Wegner returned from Chicago Monday after a few days spent at the World's Pair. Mrs. Lloyd smith and Mrs. Wm. Big- Ing accompanied Lloyd to Des Moines Tuesday where they spent the day shopping. Miss Ruth Lichty Is recovering from an attack of the flu. She expects to return to business college in Des Moines soon. Earl Oronbach, son of Prank Oron- bacli, was caught In the corn elevator one day last week and'badly bruised but not seriously. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson went to Granger last week end to attend the silver wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Broaffie. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rlley and family have mot-ed their household goods from Irvington into the residence formerly occupied by Wm. Bigglng and family. A birthday party was held at the •tome of W. B. Mason Monday even- ng In honor of the ninth birthday of Mona Ann Mason. Refreshments were served. Miss Dorothy Helmlck, who Is teaching again this year in EstherviUe visited over Sunday here with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen returned home from Minneapolis Saturday after a week's visit at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith. The plays being given by the Schaffner players at the theater every Saturday night are drawing large crowds. The play given last Saturday evening was "The Singer and the Pool." Mr. and Mrs. Eustace went to Akron, Thursday and visited with relatives until Saturday. Mrs. Vargeson who has been vtaitlng in Akron the past few weeks returned home with them. Kenneth Sorensen returned home from the University hospital at Iowa City Friday where he underwent an operation. He is In a cast and will have to remain so for several weeks. A birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Parrell on Monday evening for Miss Janette Henderson. The evening was enjoyed by playing of games. Refreshments were served. Ralph Robinson and sons came Friday from North platte, Nebraska, for a short visit at the Harry Lichty home They !eft Monday morning accompanied by his mother, Mrs. J. V. Robinson, who has been visiting the past few weeks at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Harry Lichty. The Tuesday club met last week at the home of Mrs. Albert Genrleh. The roll call was answered with currenl events. Glimpses of the Century of Progress Exposition at Chicago were given by Mrs. John Voss and Mrs. J A. Marty. The club women was read by Mrs. Voss. Refreshments were served. The J. J. club met Friday with Mrs. Chas. Wolf as hostess. The roll call was answered by mispronounced words. Two papers were read, one on "School Problems," by Mrs. Lola Zentncr and one. (he p. T. A. by Mrs. Laura Lindebak. Mrs. Jack Farrell had charge of the entertainment. Refreshments were served. Mesdanies P. I. Chapman. I. H. Chapman, Lloyd Smith, I. H. Benedict, Dick Wermersen, Phil Llchty, A. L. Spooner, Harold Phillips, A. D. Burtls, J. O. Marty and Florence Hof representing the Progressive and Tuesday clubs of LuVerne attended the eighth district meeting of the Federation of Women's clubs held at Fort Dodge Thursday and Friday. The young people of the Methodist church gave a play Sunday even- 'mg, Beth Parker in "An Evening in Jonesport". Those taking part were Mary McClellan, Ellen Neal, Richard Nlver, John Voss, Robert Murray, Florence Thompson, June stoddard, Faye Lichty, Maynard spooner, Doris Genrich, Yulamae Murray, Feme Barton, Dorothy Lindebak, Rev. Baddeley. Pa and Ma Parker were Luclnda Stone and John Howard. The play was brought to a close with a duet," Silver Threads Among the Gold" by Mrs. Lu- ALGONA SCHOOL BY CHARITY PLEAS Asks That Transients Seeking Aid Should Not be Sent to Her HOt LA SAILS AVSNVt T UB moil comfortable tnn- •lent and residential Hotel In Minneapolis. Quiet, restful, yet near to everythlnc. tlAVTIFVLtr FURNlSHtD LIOHT — AIRY "A Horn* Away from Homf rooau with bath M to M f • dir. KltchnulMi (with tiMtrlcal r«- Uoo and comp]«ui7 M uoiud. Bult«. 17 to lie. d nrttii fer tiu month. YOU'LL MNJOT OOX CATI clnda Stone and John Howard. There was a large attendance was greatly enjoyed. and the play About half of the boys and girls in dairy calf clubs in Iowa have Holstelns, Guernseys rank second, Jerseys third, Brown Swiss fourth and Ayrshlres fifth. With the comlnif of cold weather the problem of transients Is becoming a Durdensome one according to the school nurse, when one stops to think that her Jme must be divided between the city schools of Humboldt and Algona and 'hat health conditions of the pupils ihould be her first consideration, together with the ever Increasing demand 'or clothing relief to keep our local hlldren In school, one would naturally conclude that It is a big job in Itself without the responsibility of the care f transients and yet the duties of the choo] nurse are handicapped dally by harity seekers who are referred to this office because It seems the easiest way out. With the present attttude of those seeking aid Is It the wisest plan to have strangers whom we know nothing about come and hang around the school building? The nurse appreciates the interest of the patrons who send in clothing to keep our local children in school, but she no longer feels that it Is wise to refer people to the school who are just passing through and whom we know nothing about. Our Red cross supplies are very limited and cannot possibly meet bur county demands. Our shoe fund Is Ray A. Marquis, labor 10.50 Jack Welch, labor 7.60 Theo. lioronbush, labor 7.00 Dr. 8,1— A. R. Michel, ongr *.00 Dr. 84— A. E. Michel, engr 40.00 Dr. 8*— Oeo. Onken, labor 18.09 Dr. 90— A. R. Michel, engr 89.00 M. V. Stpphennon, asa'L engr. 1.75 Jo« H. Tnpp*r. labor 80.00 J. B. Cunningham, labor .... 8.80 A. J. t-ftwler, labor 8.50 Theo. Dorenbtiah, labor 14.70 Henry Melnders, labor 8.00 Dr. SI— Mutt 1*11*, labor 18.50 Guy Ash, labor 12.60 Pr. 99— Hllbort Severlens. labor .... «.00 t>r, 102— Ray A. Marquis, labor 8.60 ,ta<*k Welch, labor 2.60 Dr. 105— Lnwrencn J. Clnk, labor .... 9.60 Chns. Emanuel. labor 18.34 Dr. llfi— A. K. Michel, engrr 83.00 K H. Lathrop, rodmnn .... 4.88 M. V. Stephenson, nas't. engr. 7.00 Keufrpl * Esser, sup 7.64 Chns. Rmamiel. labor 18.64 t-nwrence .1. Clnk, labor Dr. 126— F. H. Lathrop, rodman M. V. Stephenson, nss't Dr. 127— M. V. Stephenson, ass't. F. II. Lathrop. rodman Benedict Glsch, 1'hllllp Fournge, Dr. 133— A. R Michel, engr. 28.00 10.60 .63 4.30 8.38 1.26 labor 26.40 labor 80.80 cngr. engr. egnr. about exhausted so we must depend on second hand shoes for our children. We have no adult shoes on hand and if we had they would have to supply emergencies as found by the nurse when she visits the homes, please do not send transients to the school or her home. —Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter. M. V. Stephenson, ass't Henry Fischer, labor . . Knrte Fischer, labor . Dr. 157— A. J. Lawler, labor . . Dr. 166— E. G. Stenstrom, labor ...... B 26 Northern Lumber Co., K.-K. Jt. No. 1— Henry Flaeher, labor Rude Fischer, labor H.-K. Jt. No. 2-36 — 8.75 3.60 2.60 6.25 .65 _ "• 3 ' 85 Matt Laux. labor in? Guy Ash, labor |;.' jS.'sO sup. Chas. A. Anderson, labor John Ormsbj', labor H.-K. Jt. No. 4-66— J. B. Cunningham, labor labor 2 66 1 in -1U 2 38 A. J. Lawler, labor J' B- Cunningham, labor . H.-K. Jt. No. 2— Harold J. Jacobson, labor .. D *z Henry Gregerson, labor .. 2 72 i 01 ?. 1 ;, Frlderes. labor ! 6 !60 Phillip Fouarge, labor 1260 2.80 2.00 642 THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS The Junior Christian Endeavor will hold a Hallowe'en party Friday evening at the Presbyterian church. Each is to dress in costume and the usual Hallowe'en games will be enjoyed followed by refreshments. Auditor's Office. October 3, 193.1. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met pursuant to adjournment with nil members present. On motion Board proc«ede,l to audit and allow bills. Motion by McDonald and second by Funnemark that Paul Loomls ho appointed by Board of Supervisors to make audit of the Hancock-Kossuth Joint drains and Hancock-Humboldt- Kossuth Trl drain. Ayes: all. Motion by Funnemark and second by McDonald that quarterly reports of E. J. Butler, County Auditor, Carl Dahl- hauser. Sheriff Kossuth county, J. J. Dooley, County Recorder, E. J. McEvoy, Clerk of District Court, be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and second by Helken that contractor's bond of E. li Hatton on Dr. 116 be approved. Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned to one o clock p. m. One o'clock P. M. Board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemar* and second by Balgeman that following open dltgh right of way exemptions be allowed: 1 0 .80 3924 ' Benedict Glsch,' labor . . P. A.-K. Jt. No. 1— ullson Concrete Co., sup Henry Fischer, labor Rude Fischer, labor ...'.'.'.'.. W.-K. Jt. No. 20-66— Thompson Yards Inc., sup W.-K. Jt. No. 35-89— Buffalo Center Lumber Co., sup Thompson Yards Inc., sup Bill Becker, labor .. E. W. Benson, labor ' C. H. Hansen, labor 45.31 7.76 1.30 .38 .91 2.91 2.75 PERSONAL HYGIENE Auction Sales! Are You Going to Have One? If so see us About Your Bills and Advertising. The Algona Upper Des Moines Well Printed Bills Prompt Service Reasonable Prices New 50X Size LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS FOR WOMEN They relieve and prevent periodic pain and associated disorders. No narcotics. Not just a pain killer but a modern medicine which acts upon the CAUSE of your trouble. Per- Distent use brings permanent relief. Sold by all druggists. "NOW I FEEL FULL OF PEP" After taking Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound That's what hundred* of women eay. It steadies the nerves . * . raSS you eat better . . . sleep betterTT. relieves periodic headache a^d trying day. If you are not w well as you want to be, five this raedldnVa chance to help you. Get a bottie from your druggitt today. Dr. 25 No. Ac. 1928 itudolph C. Glawe NW-ii 34-95-27 3.89 Dr. 114— Louis Schmidt SW!4 22-96-28 7.22 Robert B. Harrison SE!4 22-96-28 276 H. G. Schick SEW 21-96-28 :..'. 458 Dr. 9— G. W. Pond SW',4 SE% 14-95-29 3.00 NEVi 23-96-29 2.90 , NEVi 23-95-29 2.90 Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Me- ' Donald that widows' pensions be given Edna Johnson, Martha Zeutlau, Nellie Van Allen, as recommended by court. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Balgeman that penalty be cancelled on C. B. and Kate Albright taxes due in 1932 and 1933 on Lots 7 ex. S. E. of N. E. except E 61 rods Sec. 11-95-29 taxes to be paid before November 1. 1933 as recommended by City Council of City of Algona, Iowa. Ayes: all. Motion by Heiken and second by Funnemark that county superintendent of Kossuth county, salary be fixed at J1800 from Sept 1, 1933 to Sept. 1. 1934. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and second by McDonald that November 15. 1933 at 2 o'clock P| M. be fixed as a date for hearing on Secondary Road Districts No. 217, 218. 220, 222. 224, 225, 226. 227, 228, 229, 230, 234, 235, 237. 238, 239, 241, 242, 243, 245, 246, 247, 248, 250, 261, 231 249. 252, 253 and 266. Ayes: all. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter written: SCIIICDlil.K OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND Amt. Amt. Claimed Allowed F. E Carson, sup t 7.60 Arthur E. Wlrtjes, bty 1.15 K. D. James, sup i.oo Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel serv 54 81 City of Algona, light & water serv 70.67 Archie Dodcls, repairs 4.50 Sid J. BackUH, postage 6 00 E. J. Butler, Co. Auditor, adv. bty Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel Berv 55.80 E. J. Butler, exp 4.79 Sid J. Backus, deposit on envelopes 13.80 H. M. Smith, salary 245.00 Chas. Morris, comm. & session 184.45 K. J. BalKeman. comm. & session 163.35 W. E. McDonald, comm. & session 147.40 Olaf Funnemark, comm. & session 174.20 P. J. Helken. comm. & session . 168.25 Maurice C. McMahon. expense .. 65.00 1929 1930 1931 1932 Tr Chas. Fischer, labor ........ 12.85 FAIR GROUND FUND Kossutlv Co. Fair Ass'n, appropriation ..................... 1489.00 INSANE FUND _, E; -J. McEvoy, clerk's fee ____ B.25 Car! Dahlhauser. sheriff's fee . 22.00 A. Hutchison, commissioner .. 3 on C. H. Cretzmeyer. phylsiclan . . 3 00 ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND I V Ri'h. 6 ^' Sra .f proj ' No - 8 " 244.44 'oi, o ^ ert> smd - P r °J. No. 31 . 327 60 John Schumacher, .Sec. Rd. Dist. Everett Caster, labor 67.7 Hubert Bowman, labor 28.0 1 10 n Be no Myers, labor 82.5' Carl Frocllch, drag. i 87.71 Kitwnrd Hagge, labor 9.01 A. M. Gttstatson, drag. 6.7! llfi man Runksmeier, drag 12.6 Willie Sohn, drag. J.6 August Mel?., drag. 18.26 Fred Butterfleld, drag 4.60 H. IT. Kesler, drag. 28.61 Donaid Jacobs, drag 23.61 AI. ,t. Koestler, drag. 9.6( Ubbe Winter, drag. 19.60 Jacob Hofbauer, drag "i.SI S. A. Butcher, drag 18.6( Loren Byers, drag. 8.6( Albert Wlttkopf, drag 12.2E I.cnnder Vaske, drag. 9.26 lilch Potratz, drag 7.6t Peter N. Hansen, drag. 2.76 ny Godden. drag 6.25 Albert Kressln, drag 4.60 v\ Illiprt TV. Richmond, drag 13.60 A. J. Peterson, drag 10.20 John Kohlwes, drag 1600 Peter N. Thllgea. drag 18.60 O. W. Gunder, drag 6.00 Harm Boeckholt, drag 11.00 Gust Nelson, drag 6.00 Wnrd & Ooeti!, drag. .......... 67.00 If. E. Htimlertmark, drag 14.00 It. A. Adams, drag 16.60 Hpnry Dontje, drag 19.50 Raymond K. Peterson, drag 33.75 A. G. Volentlne, drag 23.10 Fred Baumgartr.»r, labor 93.80 Louis Scott, rtrag 1200 Alfred Dltswr.rth, grading 118.40 .lohn Hanselmnn, labor 126.00 Spear & McVey, labor 77.40 A. n. Crulkshank, drag 9.7S Joe M. Esser, labor 77,81 Ralph Wlrtjes. drag 5.60 Ben Nolle, labor 84.00 John Droessler, labor, amt. clitlmod $34.80 30.4B B. G. Brink, labor 23 80 Ward Craig, labor 12.26 L E. Work, labor 67.80 John Barh, labor 1.75 Lawrence Gunderson, labor .... 26.50 E. G. Stenstrom, labor 6.30 E. J. Palmer, labor 5.50 Anthony Hlldman, labor 6 00 Ole Gerdls. labor 69.26 N. A. Flngle, labor 23.80 Lloyd Craig, labor 29.40 Ralph Craig, labor 42.26 Wm. Runchey, labor 26.00 Theo. Dorenbush, labor 32.60 Hagg Post No. 90, airport shed .. 280.00 Henry Fischer, labor 31.69 Hoy Mlnard, labor 1.60 Matt Faber, labor 3 20 Hugo Gade, labor 7.50 Raleigh Rlke, labor 12.60 Alvln Anderson, labor 3.00 John Stelnman, labor 32.00 Rude Fischer, labor ... .• 20 60 Thomas D. Coleman, labor 10.00 Otto Ramus, labor 4.20 Krnest O. Burch, labor 9.00 Jay Godden, labor 17.60 Botsford Lumber Co., sup 102 80 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. . 10.00 Northern Lumber Co., sup 20.60 Nelson Hardware, sup 4 26 Clapp's Master Service, sup. .. .36 M. A. Saunders, repairs 2.70 Wesley Auto Co., sup. 36.80 Joe Greenberg, sup 127.03 Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup 3.06 Kent Motor Co., sup 12.68 Elbert Garage, sup 16.20 Geo. Holtzbauer, sup 4.'.jo Frank Flalg, sup 70 46 \Valter M. Bovls, labor 7 60 Helena Koepke, rent, Aug. Rosenau ................ ,..,.... 21. H Agnes C. Bllnkman, rent, Mrs. Stedman ..................... t.St Chns. Redemske, rent, sandy Ste- brltz ........................ 7.11 ID. ,1. Murtagh, Admr., rent, Ed Belsch ...................... 10.4* Bertha M. Murray, rent, Clara Neltzel ..................... 10.0t V. 13. Hohn, rent, Chas. Ost- wlnkle ...................... 10.8» B. K Qrlnnell. rent, Jim McOee 10.0* Georgia A. Helguns, rent, Mln- ard fam .................... 10.01 M. .T. Jones, rent, Robt. Dutton lO.ot Blanche Slagle, rent, Sandy Ste- brltz ..> ......... ...... . ..... T.flf Oliver Bakken, rent, Mrs. Klein fi.Ol John William, rent, Mrs. Brarton ........ . ................. 10.«l W. B. Quarton, rent. Tuft fam. lO.Ot C. J. SIH, rent, Frank Bnlles .. 8.0f Andrew Peterson, rent, Ethel Jones ........................ Vic Johnson, rent, Bob Stevens Hugh Post, rent, C. K. Johnson Dr. A. D. Adams, dental aid, Mrs. Sutherland .......... .; Walter Fraser, med. aid, Violet Hansen lohn N. Kenoflck, med. aid D. Newman ............. . 10.0* 10.9* t.H 4.0J 18.6» Lanpe Bob Dutton Mrs. Mathlson .., Elenor Helmers Val Massey !. A, El'ftns, med. aid 8.0* .7B 4.26 1.0* .5* 8.0* S8.C* Chas. J3under 26.0* >. 5.5* 1.0* 1.0) 3.0* 2.0* 774 Rrt ap- Bureau, Carbon Co 30.00 70.00 28.00 23.00 64.81 7.30 270.83 RHEUMATISM Backache AND KIDNEY TROUBLE Drink your rheumatism and kidney troubles away with delicious YERB- AVIDA, one of Nature's greatest blood purifiers. No dope, no diet. Just a few cupe a day of this marvelous tea will quickly, surely and harmlessly cleanse your blood of uric add. your kidneys will rapidly improve and your backache disappear. You wll notice results the first week, and by drinking Verbavida continuously instead of tea and coffee, your rheumatism will permanently relieved. Yerbavlda Is Inexpensive, too. A large package for only (1.00, If your local druggist cannot supply you, accept .no substitute but send $1.00 direct to Yerbavlda Sales Co., 612 Southwest Bldg., Los Angeles, California. Or a 20-page book "The Story of Yerbavlda" free on reguest. For Sale at Lusby's Drug Store. RHEUMATISM Pain—Agony Starts To JLcave in 24 Hours Happy Days Ahead for You Think of It—how thli old world doe* make prcjsrcsa—now comet a prescription wnlch Is known to pharmacist* an Allenru and within 48 hours after you start to take thlj awlft acting formula pain, agony and Inflammation caused by excess uric acid has started to depart. Allenru does Ju»t what this notice •ays It will do—It It guaranteed. You can get one generou* bottU at leading drugstore* everywhere for 86 cents and If It doesn't bring the joy°S?. I ' fl >, uU ?» y ,?, u «P ec t-y°w money whole beartedlr returned. sup. Helen Becker, labor Mary K. Sands, labor J. M. Moore, mileage J. J. Dooley. BUD. .. Wm. Shirley, exp. . Olaf Funnemark, tel. Kossuth Co. Farm proprlatlon Franklin Ribbon & sup • g 25 Metropolitan Supply Co.,"sup."! 39.'63 Crescent Printing Co., sup 17.82 Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff 224 30 I erkins Bros. Co., sup i 25 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup. .. Hammond & Stephens Co., sup. John C. Moot>e Corporation, sup. Metropolitan Supply So., sup Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., sup. . . Koch' Brothers, sup ... Burroughs Adding Machine Co' sup Monroe Calculating Ma'c'til'n'eCo.', Whlttemore Champion, K. D. James, sup Nelson Hardware, sup Lalng & Muckey, labor Pratt Electric Co., sup. . Kohlhaas & Spllles. sup. International Chemical Co Elk Cleaners, repairing l.» 0 Ilelberg Garage, sup Seorge Holtzbauer, repairs .'. Botsford Lumber Co., sup. . Hoaleller Products Co., sup Matt Laux, labor ... Bancroft Register, pub. p'roc!' Advance Pub. Co., pub. proc. i.uverne News, pub. notice Pen ton Reporter, pub. notice H. Devlne, unclaimed fee .... H. W. Devlne, unclaimed fee P. G. Dalton, unclaimed fee Mrs. B. Devlne, unclaimed fee . P. IT. Rodmeyer, unclaimed fee f. M. Fleming, unclaimed fee . DRAINAGE FUND Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. 40 00 A. J. Lawler, labor 19.26 J. B. Cunningham, labor 13.76 A. J. Lawler, labor 9.10 J. B Cunningham, labor .... 6 50 Hllbert Severelns, labor .... 14.25 Geo. Onken, labor 10.60 A. K. Michel, engineer 11.00 sup. 111.89 17.80 32.22 35.10 43.57 67.06 2.75 18.00 44.75 2.00 9.15 6.14 21.38 12.63 10.10 .85 .45 3.15 2.15 25.50 6.25 178.24 270.37 3.00 2.00 1.36 2.35 2.30 2.05 4.70 2.50 Fullerton Lumber Co., sup. Dr. 20— A. J. Lawler, labor J. 13. Cunningham, labor .. Rude Fischer, labor Henry Fischer, labor Dr. 63— Rude Fischer, labor ...... Henry Fischer, labor Mr. 68— M. V. Stephenson, ass't F. II. Lathrop, rodman A. K. Michel, engr WHson Concrete Co., sUp. engr. 35.95 8.75 «.25 1.09 1.40 4.81 6.83 4.38 5.00 47.00 60.87 TKcodore Keene, labor 49.00 WIlHon Concrete Co., sup. .. 28.80 Dr. 69— Henry Fischer, labor 6.30 Rude Fischer, labor 4.50 Dr. 77— Rude FlBcher, labor 376 Henry Fischer, labor 6.26 Karl Laurltzen, labor 260 Dr. 80— A. K. Michel, engr 61.00 M. V. Rlephenson, ass't. engr. 5.25 B. F. Rhodes, labor 16.00 Hay A. Marquis, labor 1.75 K. G. Stenstrom, labor 22.78 Northern Lumber Co., supplies Jack Welch, labor Dr. 81— A. R Michel, engr B. J. Palmer, labor L. A. Crulkshank, labor Dr. 82— 8.50 1.25 17.00 8.00 10.40 vU»«mk« HID Radwiiy'0 Pill* m« - to draw As iatMtbul topwuiw cwMd by Your poWJr** blood yon uw 'Vv" MUd - (Ulbbb At Vow tact «f iN 0. jJ17 ..... . , Joh , n Schumacher, .Sec'. Rd! Di'sL ' •No. 227 ........ J °H n S^ymacher, .Sec! Rdi'D/st ' iNO. t*d\ ........... OOft nt No* S2c4h9umacller . -Sec. Rd! Di's't.' No! 231 '."".": .............. . , Moedlng Garage, sup 1.40 C. S. Johnson, sup 4.45 Mrs. Anthony Johnson, sup 360 A. B. Tweeten, sup 20.94 AI. and A. Peters, sup 21.30 Arthur Pehrson, sup 1226 lj. J- Draley, sup 13.40 Helberg Garage, sup .25 Matt Murtha, sup 28 65 T. C. Dahl. sup .'... 49.25 J. D. Adams Co., sup 511 ig Gibbs-Cook Tractor & Equip. Co., sup 1 4g gg PK-Fort Dodge Co., sup. .'!!!!! 134!73 Allls-Chalmers Mfg. Co., sup. .. 1.28 B. W. Steel Co., sup 10687 S'argent Machine Co., Inc., sup. 2736 Central Battery & Elec. Co., sup 8.93 61.69 2.50 44.30 9.30 68.14 grading proj. 777.33 961.35 C. & N. W. J. A. Robert, -Sec. Rd! Dist.' i^u. 644 •••••••••.*... No S £ h9umacher ' .Sec. Rd'. Dis't' Schumacher, ,Sec. Rd.' Di's't' J-.W. 235 Jo il n Sch »"nacher, ,Sec. Rd! Di's't.' No. 261 Schumacher, ,Sec. Rd.' Di's't'.' J °N" R201hgumacher , .Sec'. Rd.' Di's't.' John Schumacher.Ysec. Rd! Dist.' lll 219.14 42.82 29.72 134.36 ' ' Sec - Dlst. Dlst. 50.71 79.97 69.07 192.74 85.49 77.75 118.18 82.49 85.48 63.66 81.13 164.64 24.00 24.00 140.00 61.26 15.45 112.60 80.50 68.60 67.50 56.00 67.26 John Schumacher fipe ' No. 230 .'.'.. ' Tohn Schumacher,','s'e'c. Rd! Di's't. John Schumac'h'e'r'.'.Se'c'. Rd! Di's't No. 241 John fichumacher, .Sec.'rid! Di's't No. 243 Tohn fichumacher, .Sec. Rd. Di's't'. No 222 • , lohn Schumacher, ,Sec. Rd. Dlst No. 226 John Schumacher, ,Sec. rid. Dlst No. 239 , John fichumacher, ,Sec. rid. Dis't No. 242 lohn Schumacher, ,Sec. Rd. Dis't No. 245 . A. Corey, making ass'mt ... ?has. E. Chubb, making ass'mt Don T. Nugent, ass't engr. ... Mnton McFadden, rodman ... Josephine Chubb, labor )scar Earing, patrol ?. A. Lamoreux, patrol Walter Elbert, labor tf. L. Worby, labor Hill Hedrlck, labor Joyd Zentner, labor -lugo Gade, labor 6226 3eorge Looft, labor 20.00 Dwlght Graham, labor 20.00 A. J. Lawler, labor 8.40 fohannas Wlbben, labor 20.00 feo. Onken, labor 1000 T. B. Cunningham, labor 6.00 ?hrls F. Nielsen, labor 876 State Farm Mut. Automobile Co., Ins 889 fohn Panzer, right of way .... 80.00 T"ullerton Lumber Co., sup 247.60 "*. B. French' Lumber Co., sup. 1010.86 'viison Concrete Co., sup 391.20 Alison Concrete Co., sup 266.12 ""'llson Concrete Co.. sun 344.84 Craves Bros. Constr. Co., sup. 668.12 Wheeler Lumber Rrlfltre Co., sup 262 54 COURT FUND ?. A. Danson, J. P. fee 23.10 l{. D. Uwlft, witness 6.68 -'arl Dahlhauser, sheriff 38.45 •I. W. Boba, mayor 6.66 f. A. Newvllle, constable 86 I'heo. Elbert, bailiff 12.00 -'. V. Bpecht, mayor 8.00 I. A. Van Alstyne, marshal .. 3.70 ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND I W. Swanson, hauling gravel 626.36 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. serv 9.86 City of Algona, light & water 6.23 Alton Fettlt, dup. warrant 60.20 Juaker Petroleum Co., sup 337.50 Voble Royer, sup 8.10 lohn Schumacher, malnt. proj. No. 5 118.86 C. Anderson, dragging 17.60 Mvln Anderson, labor 4.00 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. serv 10.36 Auditor's Office, express and frgt 1.48 (ohlhaas Bros. Oarage, assign. 50.00 Hjalmer Hagg, labor 84.00 •!. & N. W. Ry. Co., frgt 1.60 ; . W. Swanson, dup. warrant .. 8.40 I. R. Hays, labor 10.93 . L. Intermlll, dragging 11.00 oe Helderscheldt, labor 62.60 ''red J. Coon, patrol ,..' 60.0" 1'om Weir, patrol 72.00 Od Fuchnen, patrol 72.00 D. McDonald, patrol 76.2" ",'lem Goodman, patrol 71.45 Peter Movlck, patrol 76.00 Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol 61.26 Wm. O. Ludwlg, patrol 71.86 'veil W. Miller, patrol 81.00 Clifford Holmes, patrol 61.S6 Goodman Hundsness, patrol .... 65 on Otis Rlchter, patrol 6100 .1. H. MnntKomery, patrol 78 on Mlmer Ewlng. patrol 91.on "M HaWpr. natrol (ifi.nn John S. Nelson, patrol 76.80 •ile Banders, patrol 61.?5 D. Prulsmnn, patrol 7*00 wilbnr A. Fisher, patrol .... T« ftn TVnrlv C. Havnes. patrol 6fi no "ike Baker, patrol 6* R n "iip'ter Alme. natrol 6* sn w««n Kraft, Inbor »* S7 T "in Tpener. Inttor 7R »n Kennpilv Brothirs Po., assign. 5i> <"> *rnoiii ripinerrtaiiB*. labor 9** * ft T TJ* Onl»in, natfnl 78 "A Tronnmlv P>-n«i. Co.. assign |W flfl Economy Welding Works, sup. Fyr-Fyter Co., sup Dens-Oil Lubricant Co.. sup. ... A. A. Schneiderhahn Co., sup. .. W. B. Williams, use of dragline John Schumacher, maint gravel hauled 121.07 John Schumacher, malnt. gravel hauled 108 61 Interstate Power Co., light serv. 1.03 !entral State Elec. Co., light uerv. 1.00 la. Culvert & Pipe Co., sup 50.38 Barton-Warner Co., sup 127982 la. Machinery & Supply Co., sup 36.38 •>•, A. Roberts, repair bridges .. 279.00 Glbbs-Cook Tractor Co., sup. .. 1240 Standard Oil Co., sup 4.70 POOR FUND Supervisor Disk No. 1—B. K. Kinseth & Son, prov., S. Moslman "... 18 68 Benedicts Store, prov. 18 33 F. Stewart 3.30 F. Schmidt 15 03 McFarland & Walker, prov., Fred Schneider 808 J. B. Erpeldlng, prov. Ben Glsoh 22.'66 Barnsdahl Oil Co., fuel, Mrs. Fred Klein B F. Burtls, rent, Zltlau fam. Algonquin Fox Farm, rent, Alb Olson Mrs. Josephine Myers, rent, Joe Walter Fra'se'r!' med.'' 'aid,'' 'Joe Fraser boy Hohenschuh Mortuary, fun. exp, Vada Dennis Ellsworth Funeral Home, fun'. service. Vada Dennis L. Cava_naugh, sup Nels Peterson Mrs. Umberhauer Geo. Hunt Chas. Hannon Mrs. Selfert C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. aid Mrs, Schmidt 30* Myrtle St. John 19.6* Betty Holtcamp 50.0* Val Massey 420* Urs. Mary Taylor, care, Mrs. Franzen 7 ga Cossuth Hospital, hosp. care.. 306.** Val Massey 16.00 Betty Holtcamp 30.0* Sarah Stedman 70.60 Mary Rosenau 60.50 Geo. Elmore 139 00 Supervisor Dlst No. 3— C. S. Johnson, prov., Mrs. Mary Simons g (• Walter Fraser, med. aid. Will Green 10 •• Herman Wise, prov. J. Bahr .. 14.U Thaves Sister, prov. J. Walker . 4.(I Jennings Bros., prov., James Walker g.t» Bassert Bros., pror., James Walker g 4* Dr. Pierre Barter, med. aid .... 26.'o» Wm. Gustln g.oo Mrs. J. Evert .., 5.00 Annie Evert 12 00 Miller Drug Co., sup. H. Pruis- man 2.t* A. F. Nelson, trucking, J. Walker's goods g f t Supervisor Dlst. No. 4— Kennedy Bros., prov 8.*t J. Tobln 4.00 Kathryn Tyler 4.00 Hood's Cash Store, prov Mable Doss 12.60 Edna Johnson 7 i( Pete Peterson 2.60 Benin's -Cash Store, prov., J. Brlggs 7 ft Merrill Bros. Co., prov ttlt Pete Peterson 3.00 Edna Johnson 16.1* Mrs. G. Tyler 8.00 Mrs. R. Hunt 2.0* Paul Grames, prov. 23.(• J. Tobln 12.09 6.00 2.6* 3.0* . . 87.1* 4.6E 2.66 16.4S 4.6* 1.83 7.00 7.00 10.00 1.00 45.00 15.00 4.50 i 00 ' . Gunder fam Herman Fandel .......... Bohnlng & Co.. sup. S. G. Most-' man ......................... Woe & SJogren, prov., John For upervisor Dlst No. 2— Lucia Wallace, rent, Holdren , fam "r, amt - claimed »10 Not allowed .Joe & SJogren, prov., Neltzel fam. 8.00 2L08 20.00 6.00 4.00 11.00 4.62 2.10 2.62 .. 37.00 4.00 15.00 16.60 1.50 12.50 Thos. Akre, prov. A. F. Connelly P. G. Hauensteln Johanna Cook W. J. Pllcher, prov. ... Henry Cook C. K. Johnson Cut Rate Grocery, prov. Lewis Olson Henry Cook Ed Belsch Mllo Durant Long's Grocery, prov., L. Elke.. Council Oak Store, prov., Amos wK ">mlnga 15.00 H. R. Sorenson & Co., prov. .. 8 00 D. Hasz 5 00 Mrs. Wm. Kuhn 1.00 F. Stoner 2 00 W. A. White, prov 4260 T. M. Bllsborouerh 6 00 Laura Campbell s!oO John Helmers 6.60 Aug. Roseqau 8 00 Ed Mahoney 5 00 Mrs. WIHse 6.00 C. K. Johnson 3 00 Mrs. P. Thompson 3.00 Algona Co-op. Cry. Co., prov. . 12.00 E. Beard ig John Helmers I'BS Amy Johnson Ole Peterson 3.00 Aug. Rosendahl i 74 Fred Peterson ill F. M. Stoner 12 Clara Neltzel g 80 5' A c 'ark, prov. Otto Callles . Botsford Lumber Co., fuel, L. Elke ,.,.. 4 00 C. 8. Johnson, prov .'" aa'so Amy Johnson 1260 FredI Klein {^OO C. K. Johnson 9 00 P. O. Hauensteln j.oo l.CO Hllma Erlckson Pete Peterson .. Mrs. Lattimer .. W. A. Murray, fuel L. Conway Theo. Nemmers . Mary Kramer . Eliza Odell ,.„. Edna Johnson 16 6B Mrs. Cayler 9.7S A. Koppen H.4g A. Bergman 10.6B It. Hunt 9.3» M. Shoopman 3.7g Mrs. Mary Froehle, rent, Grover Tyler 16.** Oliver Moe, rent, Mrs. Conway 20.0* Dr. G. H. West, med aid. lot.t* Ole Roon 50.00 Ed F. Anderson 50.0* J. A. Devlne, med. aid 2C.(* Mrs. Eugene Cayler 3.00 John Tobln 300 Mrs. R. Hunt 1,00 Mrs. Joe Kramer 2.09 Pete Peterson 16.0* Mrs. Nemz l.o* Upper Des Moines Valley Hospital Assn., hosp. care GC.CS Miss Roon 30.50 Mrs. Clara Anderson .... 20.90 Mr". Augusta, Klnneyrf car*, Dar- •. ""- rol Gelst , 14 •• A. H. Fuchs, fun. exp., Arndt Henken 410* 1C. D. James, sup 14. )• Otis Moore 8.0* Van Dorsten 8.00 Mahlum & Anderson, ambulance serv., Ed Anderson g.»* Supervisor Dlst. No. 5— John N. Keneflck, med aid, Mrs. W. Lloyd 60.(» Harry Warburton, prov., Henry Mitchell ; Sanborn's Cash Store, prov., Mrs. H. O. Hansen Thaves sister, prov., Mrs. A. Werrlnga C. T. Edwards, prov., Albtn Peterson Harry Fish, cobs, Mrs. Bud Hanson Art Lester, rent J. Faulkner 1000 Frank Miller 6.00 C. F. Berggren, Agt., rent, Wm. F. Norrls 16 0* R. L. Williams, med. aid, Mrs. Henry Mitchell 28.t» C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. aid, Rob. Harr Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care, Mrs. Wm. Lloyd P. J. Helken, care, Stafonski girl Mrs. Mary Webster, care, Noel Entwlstle County Farm— Haggard & Waller, subscription 8.6* Frank L. Miller, light serv. ... 11.38 Mllo Rentz, painting 79.4* Thos. Akre, prov 66 84 Mlsbach Clothing Co., sup, .. 6 88 Harvey D. Graham, labor 3 7g John Hennlng, labor 40 Ot John Hegarty, repairs 2.6* M. C. Frandsen, labor 2.49 Fred Park, expense 3.42 V. L. Stebblns, grave digging .. 16.09 I. M. Kennedy 8.00 John Obanon 8.00 Laird & McCullough, fun. exp., I. M. Kennedy B1.2S L. M. Merrltt, fun. exp., John Obanon 460* C. W. Schryver. labor e'.tS C. A. Heard, sup 40* Matt Murtha, sup 16.69 Clapp's Master Service, sup 1.0* Botsford Lumber Co., sup Thorpe's Wood & Iron Works, sup j 71 Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup 6.8* Nelson Hardware, sup 4.8[ George Holtzbauer, sup 7.4) Oeo. L. A D. B. Miller Co.. sup. . 1.00 Dr. L. W. Fox. vet serr. ...... *8 61 K. D. James, sup 7.04 Joe Greenberg, sup 4g Resolved: That the County Auditor Is hereby ordered and directed to Issue, warrants for all bills allowed at this meeting as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written as per vote oa each Individual bill. Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock A. M. October 18, 1983. E.J.BUTLTSR, County Auditor. 15.01 15 Ot 86.50 E.Ot 4501 NOTICE! OK ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY HOAD DISTRICT NO. 334 Sec, TWJ. Rang, Acre*, »•»••/Ow».r Amt. of Ton Hans W. Nielsen, labor ........ 69. 26 Bub-Dlvlslon NB 1-4 SW 1-4 BW 1-4 SW 1-4 BE 1-4 SW 1-4 NW 1-4 SW 1-4 NB 1-4 813 1-4 NW 1-4 SB 1-4 BW 1-4 SIS 1-4 SB 1-4 8H 1-4 , NE 1.4 BW 1-4 NW 1-4 SW 1-1 BW 1-4 SW 1-li , SB 1-4 8W 1 .26 .26 .27 .87 .27 .27 .27 .17 .27 ..27 NBl-4 NW1-4 ox. *h 34 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 SW 1-4 NW 1-4 BE 1-4 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 NB 1-4 BW 1-4 NB 1-4 SB 1-4 NB 1-4 NB 1-4 NB 1-4 HW 1-4 NW 1-4 HE 1-4 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 NB 1-4/NW 1-4 .34 .84 ..84 ..34 ..84 ..34 ..34 ..86 ..35 ..85 ..85 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 T -„ T iVtl. "»•«• «»»..l« V* 4«OI Leo J. Miller t 091 Owen & Hildur McEnroe .... U.'TI 13.41 8.54 William P. M. P. Ha A Jean Albright , ird, Al Falkonlmlner i'alcott 9.54 8.54 13.78 13.71 8.54 8.91 „ 13.41 „ , 18.71 „ ; • 18.41 Mlchaol McEnroe'' I! i.'.'.'.'!! 11 i I 1 9'»J " 9.'54 18.7* 9.64, 9.64 18.71 I'll 18.71 M. McEnroe !!!'.!!!!" Oha«. B. M & Kate I* Albright .' Owen & (i Hliau'r' McEnroe'.'.'.'.' Fred QeefVld' day amwn^^ -on of sa,« Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 7th dajr of October, lost. B. J. BUTLBB, County Auditor.

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