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Shower Honoree At Ottosen -w,-f * J OWOSEM — Eunice Opheim of ^liHtemofe' was honttred at a pfe*ntii>tla!l bridal shower Friday evening at the Lutheran church, She .wffl marry Robert Traub at Trifttiy Lutheran church here Sunday, May, If Eunice was given an orchic corsage by the hostesses. Her mother, $trs Severin Opheim o Whitterhofe, and mother of the groom, Mrs Joe Traub of West Bend, were given carnation cor sages. } ^ Mrs. Afdys Opheim of Bod< introduced the honored guest and ' her mcfther. Carie Mae Haug saivg accompanied • by Mrs. Richard Kinseth. Mrs. Dean Wehrspann gave a reading and Mrs, Pau Wagner also gave a reading. Mrs Ivian Evenson won the chair prize Helping ithe honored guest ope; her many gifts were Mrs. Harol Opheim of Whittehiore and Mrs Orie Petersen Jr.-of Algona. , Mrs. Harold Landmesser of Gil more City poured at the luncheb: table. ' v , Hostesses were 'Mrs: Rpnaa Miller and' Mrs. George Gade o Ailgona, Mrs. Fred Traub Sr., Mrs Fred Traub Jr. Mrs Richan Ziaugg, Mrs. Lloyd Nohl, Mrs Paul • Wagner,. Mrs Dean Wehrspan and Mrs 'Norman; Helleserth o . West Bend, Mrs Orville Ellingsqr "of-- Emmetsburg, Mrs. Ardy Opheim of Bode, Mrs. Harol Laridmesser of Gilmore City, Mrs Melvin Ellingson and Mrs Doroth; Engebritson. Mr. and Mrs.,Hans-.Kampen o Cedar, Falls, were Thursday visit ors at the Fred Kiampens. In th eyeping they all visited alt th Mere! • Ludwig .home at Rutland and observed. Mr and Mrs Henry Karripen'sjtenth wedding anniversary ;'. " •- •" : '. ••••• • •• Forty relatives.and friends who helped the Qharles -Schmidts move inlto their farm home were .entertained"at the Schmidit home Monday evening. ! . - >; Mr and ;Mrs Bernard Wichten- Bahl and Leobard'attended a pot luck supper'.at the Eugene Brue'll- mah hbme to . celebrate Qeorge Bruellman's birthday, Sunday evening. Other members of the raiinily. .alsp, aittended-. Mr and 'Mrs Ed Benkendorf Plum Creek 4-H At Benschoters the regular meeting of the >lum Creek Elite 4-H Club, was neid on April 8 at the home of Violet Benschqter. Talks were given by Joan Ward on how to choose a cookbook, and Jane Walker on den- al health. Talks were also given by Ann Wilson on courtesy in your club, and Harriet Benschoter on courtesy when we travel. Guest mother was Mrs Kyle Keith. Susan Bode is reporter. Ledyard Music Students Rank High In State Ledyard — The Ledyard music department rereived 15 top ratings-at the state music contest for soloists and small groups held at Lakota recently. Soloists receiving a I rating were Nancy Hurlburt, Bell Lyre Linda Pingel, Sherry Klinksiek and Nancy Herzog, cornet; Betty Herzog, clarinet; Janis Goctz, soprano; Linda Nit?, : . soprano! • Dale Brandt, baritbner Tom Busch, -baritone; '. and • 5 Brtice Rhoda, bass. The number I ratings in the small groups were received by the clarinet quartet. Betty Herzog. Ann Carpenter, Linda Nitz >;and Sandy JohnsQn; mixed octet, Jahis Goetz; Pam Keil, Jane, ;Egesdal, r , Shatom Klooster, BrUce Rhoda, Tom Busch, Virgil Wallentine and Billy Menke; flute trio, Pam Keil, Jane Egesdal, Phyllis Wallentine; cornet trio, Nancy Herzog, Linda Pingel and Sherry Klinksiek; baritone trombone quartet, = Dale Brandt, Marlin Lloyd and Billy and Lynn Menke. '. „„.. _. K»oche. Paul Ludwig. Arthur Olsen. • Mrs. Lorctta Blnzen. DolorBS G. VASKC. Marvtt E. Halvorson. John P-' Simon. Douglas Wlldln. Clarence Vjske. Robert Skllllng. W J Merrlam, Anton Becker. Bernard Vcrbrugge. Harry E. Ward. Lu Verne E.slus. Milton Espc. County Charles Newel. Motion bv Charles Plathe and sec lion carried. Absent: Charles Motion by Jens Sorensen and sec- Council 'oife, .flood Hoods S Bill's Ja ,., H. Cfopti Fuel Fareway Stores, •* Bashara's GrOcefy,. Bill's Market, Food d — j.. Hood's Store. Fopa — - — ».^— Diamond'*, Clothing. ------- -Viking O 1 Co. ( FiMl - J .— .iw-- Lakota Farmers Elevator CO., North' '"""" be approved. Ayes: All Nays. None. Motion carried. Absent. Charles N MoHon by A. M. Kollasch a nd seconded bv Jens Sorensen that refund of $24 62 be alloxved Glen Klocke of Ledyard! for a military exemption missed on a valuation. Nays: None. Motion Ch Motion N b "charles Plathe and sec onded by . Ayes: All. carried. Absent: charles Plathe M. Kollasch that refund one . . Se allowed Roland L. Hausworth Cor- wa for the years 1956-57-58-59 2249 skeli? diT'ccrueT":::::::: i«.w Drernme! CHI Co., Fuel *. 51.80 Burt Coop. Etvator, Fuel „!» ''9i5 K & RC60P Oil do.. Fuel - 93.54 Martin Oils Inc., Fuel „ 7X20 bon's Oil CO., FuSI ---..- lg.80 j. F. Miller 4 Son, Coal — 9..S Delta Falvey, Care «, Keep — 93.06 Boys & Girls Home, Care & ,.-<,,, KAfiD —-. — — — « — »-.«»—•• * I UBtw/ Lutheran HomeTlndings Soel- , fl ety, Care & Keep .... 65.00 Stats of Iowa, Emergency Relief i....... State of Iowa, Emergency Relief . i. •*." State of Iowa, Aid td Dlsabed State of Iowa, Aid W Disabled State of Iowa, Aid to Do- pendent Children - 1.256.4,2 State of Iowa, Aid to De- ,.,,,,, pendent Children . 1*833.46 State of Iowa, Aid to B nd . State of Iowa, Aid to Blind M & J. R. Hakes, Provisions Hegarty's Plb. & Htg., Repairs Hallie R. Guess, Mileage ...I Donovan's Specialty Shop, Repairs — — -•- Thermcgas, Fuel — Nick Maharas, Repairs wlth. Iowa hwv for the years f-way that was not nnded ef Sorensen that refund Iowa Ayes: All. Nays: None Motion carried. Absents Charles Newel. Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by A.'M. r Kollasch that the lla- bUity instance Policy on the Court Ho'use,i Cdunty 'Farm and County Maintenance Buildings be awarded to ^n W s el Sorensen and sec- Plathe that March -163.56 5.74 82.74 23.62 232.49 387.54 354.38 39.75 1.96 AoVanc* Pi UP^I W* P 'ub. C«., SUpflll Molrw* PUB, Co., Clara A. Bauer, 62.9S 23.44 182.20 150.40 47.82 24.62 ..... Hauswoirtn," ErroneouJ Assessment ...— ' SECpN&ARY ROAD Standard Oil .Co., Fufel 7U59 Roy's Shoe Shop, Repairs Harry GuMer/Saw „„.*-*.Ken's 66 Oil Co., Parts Co<ik's W* ders Supply, sup- •>&<& 2 33-|| 2q.26 ll* GlrrM WAI John MUtWix . Duane Metiger, Murray «-f "r!::::- $«> peul jt>w —,«•" urbf . k - ?: -s2 P« yuj2 r ------ Jurttf - ...... j lhf Kneh Sfrdswvepar« Algona Machine Shop, Repairs 2Q.9? pertlval's. Repairs ----- — 23 /?,S tltonka Tel. Co.. Tel. Serv. — M.M . . . Sied Fort' Dodge Co., Parts Parts .... impi. .Co., Lumber Supplies achinery and Supply Alfiona RocK Iowa Parts .—--—-West Iowa Tel. Co., Taylof Impl. Co., P Koch Bros., Supplies Co., ., Tel. Serv. Part* --------- Parts ., Reynolds Machinery Co., Parts Sreenberg Auto Supply, Parts Botsford Lumber Co., Sullies Iowa Pub. Serv. Co.. Elec. Serv. Wesco Steel Co., Parts .„__-• Allen Equip. Co., Parts ---Swaney Oil 4 Equip. Co. r Parts Arnold Motor Supply, Parts — Asphalt Products Co., Supplies Iowa Elec. Light i Power Co., M iS tj.36 , 8.15 8.40 40.75 52.90 100.80 364.64 18.71 5.00 60.73 75.48 35.10 58.22 8.25 7.83 Rosary Society The dacred Heart Rosary Society met April 12. Plans were made for a parish pot luck dinner Sunday, June 11. Mrs Jerry Sullivan reported there would be a meeting for the chairmen of the various groups at Spencer April 27. The May Crowning will be held May 7. time setter concrete'and steel;culverts and piling and : lumpen Axes: All, Nays: None. Motion carried.; Absent: Ch lt rl was Ne mo e tioned that payment of la ms allowed at this meeting of the ersons and firms listed immediately "lowing be ratified, allowed and con- lrmed- ROAD CLEARING Payroll Fund, Road Clearing Payr BANG r S~DISEA"!5E"FUND Dr D. L." Frliz, Inspection —- )r. D. F. Diemer. Inspection - )r E. J. Capesius, Inspection Jr. A. W. R. Llchter, Inspection Dr. H. H. Raney, Inspection — )r J. A. Sanftner. Inspection Dr. J. R. Wa|te, B Inspection ... Dr. J. R. Waite. Inspection — N W. Bel! Tel. Co., Tel. Serv. Algona Impl. Co., Parts ----Rusk Drug, Medical Taylor Implement, Parts —i-Frederick Hdwe., Supplies — E. D. Waterman, Lumber ... Sjogren's, Food —, ••Diamond's, Clothing Jack's O. K. Tire, Tires _ Orville Duncan, Subscription.*Culligan Soft Water, Soft Wa- Vinccnt ~Esser, Hair Cuts ---Finn's Bakery, food .Standard Oil Co., Fuel -----Algona Lockers, Butchering Algona Lockers, Rent S i L, Clothing - -- v - Thuente's Pharmacy, Medicine Drs. Shey & Gotten, Vet Fees Dr. Schutter, Medical Honsbruch Drug, Medical --DRAINAGE FUND 12.50 ,78.00 4.15 35.40 87.05 12.00 32.83 30.55 17.00 26.31 41.33 168.78 24.50 9.00 63.10 219155 ; '12.00 34.34 ..16.00 65.50 12.00 186.73 Three circles of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church Guild met last week. Grace circle met with Mrs John Kramersmeier as hostess. Rev. Viriesen conducted Bible study Faith circle met at ,the and family were Sunday evening guests ait the Donald Benkendorf home at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson took his brother Sp/4 Richard A. Thompson to Garner Saturday evening, where he took a bus back to St. Louis, Mo. Peter Holt of Clear Lake, South Dakota visited relatives here several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich left Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gene Walston at Qladbrook arid Mr. and Mrs. Arland Speich at Cedar Rapids. They returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Alfred Schultz celebrated a birthday April 8. Monday afternoon the following neighbors came to surprise her: Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs W. G. Cooper, Mrs Earl Olson, Mrs Anna Purdy, Mrs Roy Enockson, Mrs John Vinaas, Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mrs Bertha Jacobson. The post office in being redecorated. The ceiling has been painted white and the walls pastel green. Mrs Bertha Oppedahl of Fort Dodge celebrated a birthday April 14. Saturday evening guests at the Knut Oppedahl home to surprise Mrs Oppedahl for the occasion were Mr and Mrs Dick Oppedahl of Omaha, Nebr. Mr and Mrs Bjarne Oppedahl of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family. Charles Lovig, who ut the University of tlison, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Lovig. Neighbors gathered Sunday evening for a house warming for Mr and Mrs Charles Schmidt. Attending were Mr and Mrs Robert Dlock, Mr and Mrs Jacob Ryg, Mr nnd Mrs Donald Usher and Ralph Struthers. Judy Halsrud, daughter of the Merle Halsruds celebrated her birthday Wed. Evening supper guests for the occasion were Mrs Laura Habrud and Gordon of Bode, Mrs Mina Wehrspann, Mrs Anna Purdy and Donna and Don nie Johnson. The Farmers Cooperative Elevator has a urew of carpenters wprking on the east elevator. The roof of the driveway has been torn down, and a higher roof will be constructed. This improve ment will facilitate the unloading pf large hoist-equipped trucks. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Movick art parents of a 6 lb. B ox. daughtei Anna Marie, born April 10 a Mason City. They now have i family of three boys und two The United Presbyterian Wo men. will meet Friday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs Albert Thorsen as hostess. The constituting convention o the Luther League, Fort Dodg district of the American Luthera church, met at Callendar Sunday AWeodiae torn, here were Mar Anne Holt, Ruth tuwl Sura Ushe and Merle Holt. horrm of Mrs Fred Runksmeier 'ayroll Fund. Court Payroll „ Drf Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor's K6ssuth'Co7"Treasurer, Juror's , Fees — ___•———-—,-——-'—•• ' Eugene L." Kemper, U. 5. '.Mar- ' snail's expense for producing 243.00 • 4.00 11.00 332.50 36.00 73.00 127.50 55.60 50.40 584.55 pense Hamilton Printing, James Andreasen, pense David L. Shumway, pense . ! STATE'' Suppies Court fcx- "Court Ex- FUND Joseipt>*Mt5looney( M,D.. Kxam, ^ •; Phys.< > •U-i-Vi-i-r-'-i— r-.-r- .- ;8.28 152.32 25.00 14.40 .25.00 25.00 Bible study was led by Mrs Orville Runksmeier. Love circle met with Mrs Wm Tokheim as hostess. Mrs Melvin Busch led the lesson. Mrs Albert Barnes. 82, was honored by friends and members of Methodist W.S.C.S. with a card and gift shower in observance of her birthday Sunday. She is the oldest member of the W.S.C.S. and had been ill for the previous week. Legal Notices ORDINANCE NO. 418 ORDINANCE VACATING THE EAST AND WEST ALLEY THROUGH BLOCK EIGHTY-SIX, ORIGINAL PLAT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA. WHEREAS, a request has been received from all the adjoining property owners that the East and West Alley through Block Eighty-Six (861, Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa be vacated, and WHEREAS, said request has been submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission ol the City ol Algona, Iowa, and said Commission has reeom- C. W.' NlfchalS,, Attorney --:-A : " Dphald'M.'Wood, gervlng War-•rant ^-.— i-»—* ------— '-. —'' to Institution —i-- L——,-.-Mental Health Institute, ;Care and Keep ----•-cr-i—sr-sSK™' Assists the ,-- ---- .-,-Assists the 99.52 142.12 123.25 123.25 57.43 117.13 104.8'J 308,18 WHEREAS, it is defined to be in the best interests of the City of Algona. Iowa that said alley be vacated. EREFOKE, BE IT OHDAIN- City Council of the City Iowa as follows. . That all of the East and in Block Eighty-Six lt!6), Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa lying between the West line of igton Street mid the East line ill Street be and the same is hereby vacated. ship of the said Alley above described and hereby vacated be retained in Ine 338.71 423.82 336.68 624.20 445.45 201.80 255.04 202.77 277.01 as authorized by law. . Section 3. That tins Ordinance, beinj deemed of immediate importance, shal be in full force and effect from am after its passage and publication " PAslED^ADOPTED and APPROVED »,!„ 2»lh day o^Mareh^usi.^ ^.^ Mayor pproved: David A. Smith, City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 418 •hich was passed and adopted oy unity Council and approved by the Ijyor on the 2!nh day ol March. A.D., Mil is hereby duly authenticated Dr. Camel on C. bluelK Mayor Vilest: D. A. Smith City Clerk SEAL) (15) Joan • , Mueller, ' bneriff Doris Williams, Treasurer 7.-™; Hallii; K. Guess, Co. Home Rose M. Guess, Co. Home Heiko Clapp,. Co. Home Alice L. Clapp. Co. Home Ella Dau Peril, Labor ----- 31-50 Fern V. Miller. Court Reporter 50.43 Dean G. Parrott, Court Re- R P °K Beck! Probation Officer L' C. Rovn, Probation Officer Jens M. Sorensen. Meetings and Mileage --John H. Rode, Meetings and Mileage __ - Charles Plathe, Meetings and Mileage .__ -; A M. Kollasch. Meetings and Mileage Charles Newel, Meetings and Mileage — H. M. Smith, Engineer -- — John Fraser, Assists the Engineer -,;-Ha/el Anliker, Assists the Engineer ftaymond Baade, Labor J. 'W. Burnett, Labor M. Downs, Labor Alvin Ewing, Lahor Dale Helmers. Lahor Clifford Holmes, Labor Earl Johns, Labor 17 ?a2 A. J. Koilabch, Labor ^Ja.BB Miton Kardoes. Labor 269,08 den Met/ser, Labor 2(15.14 Herbert C. Nell's, Labor 288.51 Urban Neurulh, Labor ridward Hickc, Labor John Srhueler, Jr., Labor .. _- Janie.i Willis Schult/., Labor ._ Lem Stockwtll, Labor Ceorge Wermga, Labor inch Willretl, Labor Orville Weiland, Labor James Walker Labor C F Zaugg Labor .- Jlo.BM Clifford Blanchard. Labor .... 255.2'J Harold E. Blanchard, Labor ... 288.51 Ed Blanchard, Labor Arnold llairmnger, Labor Don Hanuinger. Labor George W. Kockler. Labor Ralph Markla, Labor Roelf E. Miller. l.::bor .... E. C. Ohm, Labor .._ Charles 'I hompson, Labor COUNTY FUND Post Office, Postage — -— North Central Pub. Serv. Co., Gas • Algona Mun. Util., Utilities Algona Mun. Util., Utilities Post Office, Postage —.-—Payroll Fund, County Payro Payroll Fund, County Payroll Ralph W. Llndhprst, Board & Lodge of Prisoners -----Ralph W. Lindhorst. Meals, Mileage & Assistance Donald M. Wood, Mileage -— Wm. Prothman, Labor Long's Studio, Supplies ----N W Bell : Tel. Co., Tel. Serv. Gordon L.' Winkel, Comm. on Fines -• Joyce Hayden, Mileage .... Cullisan Sbft Water, Soft Wa- Spencer "Grocer Co., Supplies - Prafti Elec. Const. Co., Repairs 'E; Lorraine :Campney, Meeting Leahder. Vaske, Meeting joe Ford,: Meeting ,— •Julius Baas, Meeting -Wilbur Zeigler, Meeting Cliff Benschoter, Meeting ---Lloyd H. Bartlett, Meeting i Mileage — Frank Cogley, Meeting Florian Hellman, Meeting ... Anton Becker, .Meeting Geo. Wagner, Meeting John Origer. Meeting ...... "£*g. »Kbilascn, Meeting ,-.--— •Arrte ,Osiergaard,-.Meeting Mancll Hurlburf, Meeting Sam Larson, Meeting -,Walter Magnussen.' Meeting — Lloyd Thorson, Meeting --— A. L. Smith, Mealing John P. Simon, Meeting Hutzell's, Supplies Koch Bros., Supplies ------Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Desk I. B. M., Supplies ---North Central Pub. Serv. Co., 300.00 79.67 133.05 38.59 100.00 7,403.32 1,955.22 223.90 157.63 1.25 30.80 40.70 2.29 9.06 323.01 323.20 8.78 Hancock"Co. Treas.. Taxes — ToWn of West Bend, Elec. Serv. Kenneth Rowlef, Labor —•-- .yman Auto Supply. Supplies Thompson Dist, Co., Parts -L. S. Muckey P. 8. H.. Repairs Kent Motor Co., Parts .-.*. Herman M. Brown Co., Parts Ready-Mix, SuppJIes .----*.one Rock Tel. Co.. Tel. Serv. N. W. Bell Tel. Co., Tel. Serv. Barclay Co., Parts & Supplies, Paper Calmenson i Co., Blade* nooo . i Supplies ——-— f --i— : . 1.099.25 Iowa -Machinery *• Supply Co., Parts -.?— BOwen's explosives. Supplies .. Alooha Welding Works, Repa rs Donovan Cabinet Shop, Repays Mason City Blue Print Serv., Supplies _; -a . r W. E. Ley Motor Co., Repairs Brown Supply Co., Supplies — Hazelhoff Motor Co., Parts — Standard Oil Co., Fue . I. Standard Oil Co., Fuel Martin Oils Inc., Fuel J. E. Ukena & Co., Parts .... Goplerud Lubricants, Supplies Ego Machine Co., Parts West Bend Imp., Parts Fangmari Welding Shop, Repairs KossuttrCo. Treasi, Freight — Pratt Elec. Const., Repairs „ Fergies Super Serv., Repairs Algona Machine Shop, Parts Emmet County Treas., Taxes Iowa Elec. Light & Power Co., Elec. Serv. -- — Jack's O. K. Tire Serv., Repairs Farmers Coop. Society, Coal — 29.85 46.85 488.97 67.35 86.05 62.20 13.69 25.42 50.04 297.15 7.85 Qracsa SIrtpson, Pf«t J«J° Ttnd« ..pet t JuWf I. 6140 -_. 43.80 i:lr: ill? 83 $ .80 ietlt JUfof •— i fiuane ."-.„ 4f .90 r wiaaei, P<=V" l" ror -- 1 '58 WXlter Ztelsk* P^SUJSVuSfT ll3o Anthony Accurso. gfantjuror .*. 10 j« isabelle Brones, grant luror.."- » Marvin Blome, «»»•**. i"K r —— 11 Torn Ellefsbf "rant luror ——- i 'grant iurbjr 1?^ S ?»^^S^ :::: % c^^te^?\&:::-:"i| rred Muhyer, grant..JUfor .^.—•{!•« Fred MUhyer, Oeo. Schnetzer, gran Frtd Schmidt, grant W«"-— ^ II-i 7.07 ideperident raea. uroup, ^ M rhedlcal —rT-*^""^—lir,!*""" ' as'nfl Egesdal's Store, food .*— - - ---- *- Ferities Station, fuel „---.. -----' Welp Drug Store, medical 134.40 - B.TO Ivlotiorf carried. mjsw^assasi SO eomterfobTe fesoris JUST 5 HOURS AWAY OH LESS « . HWay /71 Lots ol wondsrlul place* 1 8 slayi iiltable (or any family on any budget. Swim- Mlna, boating and th; In relaxing cool-eleai 1 . boating and th; Hi Wng'i awrt . • . «*«P axin cool-eleai 1 air at ftlght. Write todiy for in association color or better yet, why not ask for one at the LITTLE CROW RESORT ASSOC. Kartttlyohl County In Wait Central Minnesota Splwr, Mlnrt«»istci Dear Sfri. 1 Ple»se send me youf resort tower. Nam* Addraii JTowtl Horisbruch Everett Thompson fuel 32.44 Maple Leaf Rest Home, care Jg --- until March 21, 1961. 67.80 168.53 17.78 69.30 402.70 5.00 7.63 6.09 25.15 6.69 1.00 428.00 . 50.00 11.40 67.00 3,000.00 North Central Pub."Serv. Co., Aigdna "MunT'utfC'utmfiei"! 24.31 Payroll Fund, Sec. Rd. Payroll 11,987.45 James fl. Merryman, Labor,. . Management 4 Equipment - 1,128.10 James H. Merryman, Labor, • . Management S> Equipment 1,785./5 James H. Merryman, Labor, ,...-„ Management i Equipment - 3,585.00 James H. Merryman, Labor, ,Uic Management i Equipment - 432.75 Roscoe Miller et al. Right- of-Way — 84.00 M. T. McGuire & Co., Pro). No. 506 '—'- 869.39 John T. McGuire Co., Pro). No. 1130 - — 1.299.7 126.00 82.00 '.' Board of "Supervisors i BOARD PROCEESINGS ' . tOMTH DAY MARCH 11. 1961 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pur- ewel 'one. and , A.M. . Motion by A. M. Kollasch and sec- nded by Jens Sorensen that contract or Concrete pipe be awardedI to Con.- rete products Corp.. Humb old VIow a ves: all Nays:• none Motion carried.. Motion by'charles Newel anarsec- by Jens Sorensen that metal be awarded to Wheeling Cor- Corp.. Des Moines, Iowa. nded "ping neatin none Motion carried. Ca 'n-by Jens Sorensen and sec- by Charles Newel that the Star Drtve-ln Theatre. Algona. h- te be HOME LOANS - Low Cost to Build - PURCHASE OR REFINANCE your PRESENT LOAN. Principal an^ Inter- est pi"* Y° ur taxes and P^'P* 1 ^ lnwrc«n«..eqn.b* combined into one easy payment like rent. Come see us before you build or buy. Perhaps.your present payments are too high? MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW - See your material dealer or contractor, our Association has a very special plan for handling loans to help you. Write or call on ffome Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n (Since 1917) IOWA ALGONA Savings & Investments — Accounts Insured to $10,000 - BYF.S.L.I.C. •:jMaWn^your.?iy,a better place to live, work ihd nlira'famHf- the result bf a GROWING Savings and Loan business • ••••••••••••a" 264.62 Spencer "¥rocery Co., Supplies N W. Bell Tel. Co., Tel. Serv. National Sheriff's Association, Supplies — Fidlar & Chambers Co., Supplies — Hutzell's, Supplies Koch Bros., Supplies Jenkins-Fergemann Co., Supplies Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies Matt Parrott i Sons Co., Supplies A. J. Ricklef's Insurance , Insurance Shumway, Kelly i Fristedt, Preliminary Drain fcxpansfc! . Frank Youngwirth, Labor -.-. Drs. Schultz & Schultz, Blood Tcit Clara Walker, Meeting Alma Pearson, Meeting Rosella Voigt, Meeting & Mileage — Advance Pub. Co., Board Proceedings 4.66 56.70 331.36 12.50 19.05 3.23 6.41 324.27 42.89 108.86 418.66 10.00 6.00 20.00 2.00 2.00 42.0C 42.0 34.0 84.0 82.0 196.0 114.0 84.00 370.00 198.00 196.00 384.00 142.00 78.00 196.00 168.00 196.00 196.00 98.00 164.00 277.01 27 LOB 265.15 268.0!! 287.2!» 278.MI 277.01 Wd.'M . 258.27 268.41 21)8,61 277.01 2B2.7B 21)8.41 258.27 264.14 Dan P. Roberts, Right-of-Way Harold Fischer, Right-of-Way Marvin Simpnsmeier, Rlght-of- Way '- ...... Violet Burt, Right-of-Way -Ole Kvamsdale, • Right-of-Way .Veroe taolinder, Right-of-Way Harlan Peterson, Right-of-Way Mrs. Mary Origer, Rlght-of- Wav -,— Sam Shipler, Right-of-Way -Mrs. Rosa L. Jones, Right-of- Way Mabel Reed, et al, Right-of- Way - --John F. Baas; Right-of-Way -James B. Geelan, Right-of-Way Ludewig Reiner, Right-of-Way Jessie L. Miller, Right-ofWay Harry Sabin, Right-of-Way Fred & Gertrude Kollasch, Right-of-Way 264.00 Geo. & Kathleen Elberr, Right-of-Way S. P. Weber, Right-of-Way Alfred Fehr, Right-of-Way -Mike Bormann, Right-of-Way Mrs. Mary Origer, Right-of- Way George E. Harner, Right-of-Way Victor A. Rochlcau, Right-of- Way - 142.00 COURT FUND Gerald Angus, petit juror 33.00 Clarence Arndorfer, petit Juror .. 52.20 Merwln Bahling, petit Juror 36.00 Kenneth Bolllnger petit Juror — 60.10 Donna Broesder, petit Juror 28.50 Patricia Braynard, petit Juror ... 42.00 Gladys Belts, petit juror 52.20 Kenneth Cook, petit Juror 6.0C Gilbert Cordes, petit Juror 74.00 Pearl Dahl, petit Juror —- 39.0C Kathleen Duffy, petit Juror .„... 44.8J Eld,on Dontje, petit juror 70.2 Merle Edwards, petit Juror 58.81 Agnes Grandgenett, petit Juror . 20.00 DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's Office CY 4.3373 Home CY 4-4836 ALGONA Get in on brand of savings ' \atyourChe\ydealerS ; Western star'Roy Rogers spreads the good word for your local dealer! "Right now he's making it easier than ever to own America's easiest riding truck. That's Chevy —the truck that saves you plenty with its special brand of Independent Front Suspension." Justpick~the~model that'fits your Job and you can be sure you're putting your truck dollars where they'll do the most good. You'll get a super- efficient power to capacity ratio, a truck that s Sturdi-Bilt clear through, a king-size cab to keep lyour driver happy. And savings that just naturally loo along with Chevrolet's I.F.S. ride. £ You save on maintenance costs. I.F.S. lengthens Zweifei, Lahor 27:i.«9 Board Proceedings KOAKU PROCEEDINGS Regular January Session SEVENTH DAY MARCH 1, lObl The Board o£ Supervisors met pur- uant to adjournment. Tiio.sc present were John Rode. Chairman, and Charles Plait.e, A. M. Kollaicii. and Jens Sorensen and Charles Newel, was, dbbent. . Motion by Jcnb Sorensen and seconded by A. M. Kollasch tiut the following Assessor Bonds be uiifruveU: J. E. Smitli. J. A. Linoebak. Ernest Peteison. Lloyd Thorbun. Wni. Kode. Sam Link. Leandcr Vb.skf. Tlioinus J. Ueckcr. Thumus J. Jlonnanu. D. H. Struthers. Robert Lanij. Boyer .Scott. AliJhonse Sludcr. A A. Krueser. Elinur L. frank:.. Ucnnia Lynch. A. D- Ncwbroush. 6ur>i JBerg. Henry .. Noble L. Crouch, Labor .. Clarence Henlges, Labor ... Ferdinand Meyer, Labor .. UL-orgc C. Sluder. Labor . POOH FUND Marvel Iimnerlall, Mileage C'onsinner's. Food Standard Oil Co., Fuel Payroll Fund, Poor Payroll Roy IJavidoon, Rent C. R. Cook. Kent Wright County, Kenl rrank Vera. Rent Hoy Bjuslrinii, Kent ....... Garry Funeral Home, Anibu- lame -.- -----•••; VV. oc H. Coop., Fuel -...-. North Central Public Service, A 1 B o n a Municipal Utilities, Utilities - Fcrgie's Service, Fuel Charles Scnrader, Fuel . vliller Pharmacy, Medical ,lrs Lavina H. Hanson, H.N., Medical •----.— Community Hospital, Medical . C L Plott, M.D., Medical Hoy O. Sebt-k, Medical - .. .,„„• Family HoipiUl. Medical University Hospital, Medical „ Wiimebago Co.. Medical .... . Prs Sawyer-Ertckson, Medical Husk Dru«, Medical - .... Balme K. Balmson, Medical Dr. H. K. Richardson, Mc'|i''al Wclp Urug Store, Medical — I'hiiviUe Pharmacy, Medical ... Kersteii Clinic. Medical Dale HardinK. M.D., Medical Dr. Luis Del Toro-Duncan, Medical -Dr. Schutter, Medical St Ann Hospital, Medical .. Honsbruch Drug. Medical Dan L. Bray, M.D., Medical ... M, CJ. Bourne, M.D., Medical - Aluona Reminder. Ad -.- Wcl'^icr City G'r-.-cry J>'uud Cowing i-uod. Ivlai't, Food 268.41 250.U1 241.:<8 208.41 307.81 21.63 380 .CO HIM 1,066.00 28.75 25.00 15.00 50 .Ull 44.00 SO .00 6.50 23.00 46.7U 7.60 7.50 22.45 lliJ.OB 130.00 48.00 202.2 27.80 151 Ji la.Oi 112.''! S8.8 54-0 6.4 148..«. 59.2 41.7 }| 8 i 1U.« 1,055.^ 77.4 S7.0 48.1 ^p 75.1 4.0-0 CHEVROLET IJESL TRUCKS ENROLL NOW Young School of Beauty 310 W. Fourth, Waterloo, Iowa • State Approved A«er«dite<l School • Competent Illftructon • Newest and Finoit Equipment • New Clasjei NOW Forminp (JHigh School Seniors-lnrpH new for June FUNERAL SERVICE pendibilitjMor pulling mow KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 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