The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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V §-AI§d«fl (la.) Upjjw 5»« MotftM thtmdoy, May M, 1961 • Tuesday, at 2S3S F>.m. autds drivett by -Merrill 0. Blair, 18, West Bend, - artd Bargara Jeart Lane, 27, Des Moines, collided as the latter attempted to pass the Blair machine eight miles south of Algoha on highway 169, The Blair Vehicle apparently be* gan a left turn as the other car Leonard, 65, John Andreasen OfRingstedls Cancer Victim funeral services for John A. AndreaSen, 60, Rlngsted real estate, and insurance man, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday (today) in St Paul's Lutheran church there with • Rev. Stanley Hanseri officiating. Burial will follow at the Church cemetery. Mr. Andreason. father of James : Andreasen, Algona attorney, died at 11:10 p.m. Monday in his home following a three-year illness of oaricer. Born Aug. 27, 1900, at Florence, Nebr., John Axel Andreasen was the son of Johanne OleSen and Jeff H. Andreasen. He moved With his parents to Hingsted at the age of three, He was married to Alice Wiloerg at jre/uon, ivla; >it i\im and tne Andreasens liv ed at Biarronett, Wise., where Mr Andreasen was a bank cashier He attended a business schoo at Minneapolis and the Andreasen's moved to Ringsted in 1931 He operated a service station and grocery store and served as acting postmaster for severa. years after 1952. He also served as town clerk for ,10 years, was president of the school board, on the .church council of St. Paul's church .and Was a member of the Masonic lodge,. Besides the son, James, here, he Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. R. A. Smith, Oak Lawn, 111., la son, David, student at the University of Iowa, four brothers; three sisters and three grandchildren. His wife preceded him in.'death in September, 1958. began. to . Mi's. Ralph Grimes, a passenger in the Lane auto, suffered a bruised arm. Damage to the Blair auto was slight, while damage to the Lane vehicle was estimated at $300 by Patrolman Bill Tordoff who investigated. There were no charges filed. LorenzBormanns Of St. Joe Wed Quarter Century St. Joe — Mr. and Mrs. Lorehz Bormann observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 21, with relatives and friends -attending dinner and re- peptipn at thej, Bormann home. Mr. and Mrs. Bormann have two daughters and three sons, Mrs. Robert Kirsch; Edna of here, Beatrice, Leo, Ralph and Alvln Bible School Opens Monday At Lone Rock Lone Rock — The Presbyterian Vacation Bible Schol will begin May 29 at 9 a.m. in the Lone Rock school. Children beginning kindergarten in the fall through 8tK grade are invited and welcome to attend. The teachers and helpers are: beginners, Rose Kraft and Linda Ramus; primary, Marilyn. Bellinger and Susan Montgomery; juniors. Patsy Priebe and Peggy Pettit. Mrs. Laurence Newbrough will assist the art work in the afternoon. Mrs. Donald Blanchard will direct music, with Mrs. Milton Madison at the piano. Mrs. E. A. jee will serve as general super- ntendent of the school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna en- ertained in honor of their daughter, Jeanette's graduation Sunday evening following baccalaureate. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwiefel. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weertz of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seegebarth and family, Mr. «nd Mrs. Art Mueller and Mr and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Householder and Mr. and Mrs. Garry! Householder and Vicki Jo spent the weekend at Hackensack, LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Egel have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Os^ ear Froelich and Danny and Mrs. Martha Bollman, St. Claire, Minnesota. They also called on other relatives in the vicinity. :.:«. Eifie Teeter was at Mankato, Minn. May 12 to attend a Mother's Day tea given at the colk'Ce. Mrs. Teeter was guest ot her daughter, Donna, who came home for the weekend and has as guest Perry Rowe. Mrs. Kaihryn Mahoney returned Sunday from Minneapolis, where she had visited several days with Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Wier. She accompanied Mrs. Tom Wier who also visited relatives in the city. Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins suffered three broken toes while at play on the school grounds. She will be wearing a cast for several weeks Madonna Gisch came, from Mason City to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Gisch. The family Spent some time Sunday at Bancroft with relatives. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt at home. Mrs. Bormann is the former Julia Thilges, daughter of the late Leonard Thilges and Mrs. Leonard Thilges of Algona and Mr, Bormann is the son of the late Nick 'and Justina Bormann, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann were married in St. Joseph's church and live northeast of St. Joe on their farm. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire Mr. and Mr. Ralph Reding and Mrs. and Mrs. George Wagner were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus of Ledyard at their summer home on Fox Lake, Minn. Mr.. and Mrs. David Bernhard are parents of a daughter born May 21 in St. Ann hospital at Algona. They now have two girls and three boys. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas are grandparents. Jeannette Kellner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner, and Amanda Berte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berte, postulantb at Mt. St. Francis Convent in Dubuque, enjoyed visits Sunday from their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Bormann and grandson from Alta Visita returned home Monday after spending Sunday here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire attended graduation exercises for their son, Mike, at Maur Hill, Atchinson, Kansas, May 17. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley of Des Moines were Saturday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas. On Sunday they attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann. Beatrice Bormarm is assisting with the household duties in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Bernhard. Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church Sunday for Jean Mary Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, and James Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Larsen of Ifumboldt. A June 10 wedding ceremony is planned at St Joseph's church. . entertained several guests Wednesday evening following commencement honoring their son Kenneth's graduation. Guests were Mr. anrl Mrs. Leo Schmidt. Mrs. Ben Schmidt. Garry and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Linda, -Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Eldin -Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vifi"Marl6w, • and family, Bancroft, Mr. • and ' Mrs. Marten Smith, Algona, Mr. .• and Mrs. Martin Ohm and Dennis, Mr. and Krs. Art Priebe, Bill and Joel, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Grouse and family, Dennis Geitzenauer, Mr. a.nd Mrs. Art Zumach, and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus and Summer Making Valiant Effort; But Look Out Maybe—just maybe, summer is on the way. The weather during the past couple of days furnishes no guarantee, but at least everyone in the area has hopes for future weeks. With temperatures in the seventies during the past couple of days, and slated to stay there, at least until Saturday or Sunday, when rain is predicted, the entire outlook has changed. High mark during the week was 76 degrees Tuesday. It was one degree cooler the day before. were John Rode, Sorensen, A.. Newel and None. - - t',yi* jtfotlon by Ch«fi« WatftS ji otidcd by Jens soreftWn, that the Deputy Mfcdl Robert D. Braine be approved for one 1 , year, Nays: None, Motlflft Ba Motion by iA. M. kb onded by Charles In the amount of . >ww MI* c* HaRlund of Swea City 1 Ine. 16* stead exembtlbn that w« , Ayes: All. Nays: None. -M&tldtt ear* rled. Motion by Charles Plflthe.a Seconded, by Charles Neweljthat fibbert --- • -, e al . £SU N. Bormann (Sherman lowed refund far soldier "e&efnptlon missed In the amount of $11,47, Ayes: All. NayS: None. Motion carried; Motion by Charles Newel; and sec' by Jens Sorensen that cdn- by of Concrete Products Corp,, avson-Gaynor Lumber 'Co. Inc., an'd Cowan & Cowan be apprdved, Ayes: onded tracts Davidson All. Nays: ~Norie; Motion" carried," ^ Motion oy Charles Newel and seconded by Charles Plathe -that tases be suspended on the F. X. and CHtlS- tlna A; Wllhelml Pror - ' described as Lot a M. rty , la Ba 12 Sub. Div. Ayes: AB. Nays: Nohe. Mo..on carried. Motion by Charles Plathe and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that- bond be approved and Class "B" Beer per mlt be granted Warner Wermetten 01 Galbralth. (LuVerne Rural- Route.; Ayes: All. Nays: None, Motion carried Motion by Charles NeWel arid seconded by Jens Sorensen that 6t*nle- ment In the amount of. $82.04 be accepted on State Institution accourr of Robert L. Padgett. Ayes': All. Nays Motion carried. ' i ; on bv Charles Newel and seconded by Jens Sorensen that the folf- owing first quarterly reports be approved : Auditor, Clerk,,. .Recorder Sheriff and Justice of the Peace, Max O'Keefe, Swea City. Ayes: 'All/Nays None. Motion carried. .. . ; It was motioned that payment 01 claims allowed at this meeting, of the persons and firms listed Immediately following be ratified, allowed, and confirmed. 2.85 11.27 Dr. 0. t. frit*, tnl Dr. J. L. Courehj I Dr! Teedmaf p. . r. R, r. A. 81,86 44.00 Uftf v Dr. J. . Dr. A. Dr! D'. J.' Shey, __, Dr. J. R. Waite, nwpeetta Dr, A. J> Catteft,,lfiJpee}l6»1 Dt. A. W. R. Ltehtefi - Dr!°^.l:"uehte>; Dr »-. . M. 1. , ,« . H. H. Rangy, tnspeCHbB >*« anftner, Inspection . . . Dr. J. A. Dr. D, J. .. Dr. J. R. Wane, Inspection „>. Dr. R, E, Weber, inspection ;.* ' 1 SHey, Inspedtlbn .... ane, . , eber, . or. A. J,' Gotten, Inspection 1 Dr. John E. Uren, Inspection *, Dr. J. F. Johns, Jr.* Inspection Dr. Laurence Johanson, Inspec .. 12. 2.00 < Ai '11 -'36, Dr. Jay D. Hush, inspection ^. Dr. D.'L. Fritz, inspection Dr. J. J. Cecil, Inspection .*.. Dr. Tedmar Hosslng, inspection •—*—.-i......... .... Dr. A. E. Slekmeier, Inspection Dr. E. J. Capeslus, Inspection . Dr. P. C. Gellenfeldt, Inspec-' tlon A.. Or. J. K. Hill, Inspection . 67.00 -_,00 22.00 1.00 7.00 1.00 67.00 42.00 Vina Haglund, Erroneous AS- • sessment --------------- ---- .$ Robert N. Bormann, Erroneous' ' Assessment ----- . ----- :--.— .COURT FUND- H 51 53 58 63 75 76 L 41 45 46 43, 42 39 45 R. 1.11 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 An. unusual incident marked a birthday celebrated recently by Mrs. Chester Miller of Audubon. Mrs. Miller received .birthday cards from sons Kenneth 'stationed at Bremerhaven, Germany, and Chester stationed at Biloxi, Miss. Despite the fact that the boys are separated by thousands of miles and that the cards were different, the verses in the cards were identical. Board Proceedings »»»«»+»+»«+»*+»««»«»»«+« BOARD PROCEEDINGS Regular January Session NINTH DAY APRIL 3, 1961 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present Payroll Fund, Court Payroll __ 1,052.48 Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor's Fees ----------------- ^ ---- ._-.i 42.00 Hugh Raney, Bailiff Fees ____ 78.00 Delia Welter, J. P. Fees ____ ... 16.00 Clerk of District Court, Court Costs . ....... .+ ---------- : ---- 45.47 STATE INSTITION FUND Mental Health Institute, Care & Keep .......... ____________ 713.80 Joseph M. Rooney, Exam. Phy. Leo J. Cassel, Attorney ...^ David L. ShUmway, Attorney _ DRAINAGE FUND Upper Des Molnes Publishing Co., Dr. 105 , i... .J. Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 105 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 166 * Swea City Herald, Dr. 184 LIBRARY FUND Western Book Co., Books ___i. . RETIREMENT FUND Maurice Eischen, Refund „ Henry Elbert, Refund ——— George Gade, Refund ,-,7.50 7.50 10.00 1S.33 27.50 29.00 13.70 * i ;*49.00 '5.82 5.15 .89 George Gade, Refund '"5.15 Earl Eller, Refund ... s. Earl Eller, Refund ,± Social Security, 1st Quarter S.S. IPERS, 1st Quarter IPERS Social Security, 1st Quarter S.S. Quai IPERS, 1st Quarter IPERS „„ .95 5.49 429.75 501.37 241.53 272.83 Social Security, 1st Quarter S.S. 4,530,35 IPERS, 1st Quarter IPERS 4,877.35 T: B. FUND- ••••"*••' D. L. Fritz. (Dr.) Inspection — 606.60 R. E. Weber, (Dr.) Inspection - 746.40 H. H. Raney, (Dr.) Inspection . 40.00 J.' R. Waite, (Dr.) Inspection - 166.60 Raymond Laabs, Indemnity 47.25 BANG'S DISEASE FUND •'.' • Dr. J. R. Waite, Inspection — 37.00 Dr. R. E. Weber, Inspection 98.00 Dr. John E. Uren, Inspection — ;3.00 Dr. H. P. Jensen, Inspection — -3.00 Dr. J. F. Johns, Jr., Inspection 36.00 Dr. Jay D. Rush, Inspection 11.00 Dr. Duane G, J-acobson, Inspec- ,Vv tlon L 2,00 Dr. D, L. Fritz, Inspection ^l-vS Dr. J. J. Cecil, Inspection 45,00 Dr. J. L. Courch, Inspection 1.00 Dr. P. E. Gorham, Inspection 5.00 Dr. N. H. Hesse. Inspection 29.00 Dr. Tedmar -D. Rosslng, In- • -"I spection 49.00 Dr. A. E. Slekmeler, Inspection 11.50 Dr. E. J. Capeslus, Inspection . 82.00 Dr. J. K. Hill, Inspection 59.50 Dr. J. F. Johns, Jr., Inspection 8.00 Dr. H. P. Shoeman, Inspection 2.00 Dr. Jay D. Rush, Inspection — 25.50 Dr. Duane G. Jacobson, Inspec- ; tion 8.00 Dr. A. W. ft. Uchter, Inspee-; tlon ...—.....—.—.... Dr. J. A. Sanftner, Inspection POOR FOND Stanley Hill, Rent :. , R. O. B|ustrom, Rent -—•— G. R. Cook, Rent ..» R. A. Davidson, Rent . Craig Nelson, Rent --. -' Marion Hylnk, Transportation . Hotel Algona, Transportation *. Mrs. Irene Lauritson, Transportation i .... Hamilton Funeral Homd, Transportation —-*• —.... Wright Co. R. £. A., Elec..SerV.v Algona Mun. Utll., Utilities .. North Central Pub. Serv. Co., . Gas .-..i.-w'; ^ —-. , Ray Larson, Gas Dr. D. F. Rodawig, Medical Joseph M. Rooney, M. p., Medical '.-- —-- 1 —Dr. R.' K. Richardson, Medical Dr. R. F. Snyder, Medical — C. D. Snyder, M. D., Medical Holy Family Hosp., Medical ._ John M. Schutter, Medical .Bahne K. Bahnson, D. O., Medical __i — Honsbruch Drug, Medical Rusk Drug, Medical Algona Good Sam. Home, Care & Keep —. Thuente Pharmacy, Medical . Drs. Codplngton & Northup, Medical — Buffalo Center Clinic. Medical Larson Drug,' Medical University Hosp.,.Medical —John J. Lesiak, M. D., Medical Roy W. Turner, M. D., Medical Kersten Clinic, Medical —Miller Pharmacy, Medical,-Dental Clinic, Medica Paulsen Drugs, Medical Hoods Super Valu, Food Cowing Food Mart,.Food Fareway Stores, Food Council Oak Store, Food Pay-N-Takit, Food Hertzke's ' Grocery, Food ..-.- Hoods'Cash Store, Food Vogel's;;- Food --i Grahams, Clothing ], C. Penney Co., Clothing — Standard Oil, Fuel •— Martin Oils Inc., Fuel Bancroft Oil Co.,' Fuel Skelly Oil Co., Fuel North Central Public Service Co., Gas Hobarton Co-op. Elevator, Coal Charles Schrader, Gas —— ' American Oil Co., Fuel Standard Oil Co., Fuel Good Samaritan Home, Care & Keep ': Delta H. Falvey, Care & Keep Manson Good Sam. Home, Care & Keep ' St. Anthony's Home, Care & Keep Luth. Home Findings Society, Care & Keep Boys & Girls Home, Care & Keep . State ot Iowa; Dependent Chil- i State of "lowa"iiin<riII-II.I State of Iowa, Emergency Relief State of Iowa, Disabled . R. F. 'Donovan, Rent Payroll Fund, Poor Payroll — Ira Dutton, Shelling -— Algona Lockers, Rent —i_— Culligan, Soft .Water Frederick Hdwe., Supplies Davis Paint, Supplies Roger Whipple, Fuller Brush Products _ Don Bocken Supply CO., Supplies 11.50 40.00 25.06 48.67 25.00 40.50 15.00 54,00 1.1.9* 5.0J) 20.75 39.21 8.00 1,164.20 36.25 "64.50 73.50 16.25 7.00 296.25 220.88 •69.35 .43.63 172,79 -) 5.29 117.40 ' 12.45 '. 601.15 4.50 316.91 65.70 112.50 41.50 , 17.93 45.00 7.11 20.00 35.00 56.00 147.00 102.00 59.31 35.00 57.00 14.54 23.85 18.32 55.14 139.40 16.70 21.99 13.59 7.50 43.97 38.18 50.00 104.91 142.36 130.00 65.00 1,781.76 283.41 • 104.33 105.81 35.00 993.75 1 20.00 12.00 24.50 11.69 14.99 13.70 4.95 16.66 45.75 26.80 389,52 ilso ' 154.50 8 joraii cesepv crWameriev. Dairy •Products ..t.... ,. Finn'i BakeVy 1 , F6<Sd ... ...i... Staftdifd OH, Fuel .... Hobarhm Co-ftp Elevator, Feed GrCf tj .a—^At.j.ituiii. A A i*i* to — a*, „ fieorge Wlldlfv Hav .. COUNTY FUND, North Cental Pub. Serv..Co., Gas • » ... Alg. Mun. Utll., Utilities ... Alg. Mun. Utll., Ufiltlles .... Posf_0fflce, Box Rent ^ Post Off Ice,' Stamps ....... Payroll Fund, County Payroll Post Off Ice,'Postal Cards „.. Payrdll ' Furtd, County Payroll Ralph W. Lindhorsr, Board & LodflS of Prisoners Donald M. Wood, Mileage .. Ralph W. Lindhorsr, Meals & Mileage . City of Algoha, Radio Share .. Tom's Radio & T. V., Repairs Lynn Forshee, Radio Check _Keith B. Rowley, Repairs ... Merger* & Webster, Labor & Material* I..— i. N. W. Bell Tel: Co., Tel. Serv. Culligan Soft Water, Soft Wa.. ter -. ........ .'..>-..,.• Gordon L Wlnkel, Comm. on Fines L-—, --_.--.United Variety Stores Inii., Sup-.' piles'..;. i-... Joyce Hayden, Miles Leaf Sup- Klipto Loose plies ...— Koch Bros., Supplies ..— Credit Bureau, Credit Bulletin Melvln -Logemann, .Meeting _ Virgil Loucks, Meeting Orvllle Brandt, Meeting • Frank Rotterman, Meeting _-Hutzell's, Supplies ... N, Cent. Pub. Serv. Co., Gas Cullen Hdwe., Supplies -_ Spencer Groc. Co., Supplies . N. W. Bell Tel., Tel. Serv. „ Address. Mult. Corp., Supplies Ed Hoffa Typewriter Exchange, Supplies — -- Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Sup' piles Koch Bros., Supplies ; :. Fidlar & Chambers Co., Supplies Matt Parrott. & Sons Co., Supplies . Friden Inc., Machine I. B. M., Machine 'Pratt Elec., Labor & Parts __ Bohannon Insurance, Insurance Buchanan Abstract Co., Dr. 185 Expense Shumway, Kelly, 4 Fristedt, Dr. '185 Expense • A. M. Kollasch, Meeting & Prepaid Bill Dr. Schultz & Schultz, Blood Test Roy M. Turner, M. D., Blood Test John M. \Schutter, M. D., Blood Test Advance Pub. Co., Board Proceedings' Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Board Proceedings Bancroft Register, Board Pro.- ceedings —: Bancroft Register, Financial Statements Advance Pub. Co., Notice -Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Notice Bancroft Register, Notice . Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Supplies Bancroft Register, Supplies — Gordon L, Winkel, Expenses — Kossuth Co. Treas., Bounties 'PAYROLL FUND Joan Mueller, Assists the Sheriff Doris Williams, Assists the Treas. Raymond H. Wisnom, Jr.,. Court Reporter Dr.-R. F.-Snyder, Medical Examiner Hallie R. Guess, County home Rose M. Guess, County home . Heiko Clapp, County home Alice L. Clapp, County home Ella Dau Peril, Care & Keep . , R. K. Beck, Probation Officer L. G. Rovn, Probation Deputy PAYROLL FUND 4.84 17,10 . 2.81 •\\n •2.20 7.5.20 252.51 59.50 355.34 282'.65 118.00 69.03 43.92 154.12 12,45 15.00 7,129.22 15.00 2,393,14 15,10 40.62 100.50 500.00 19.55 15.00 18.71 51.69 10.21 6.00 227,55 38.40 59.43 56.50 5.48 24.00 . 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 8.22 261.03 5.87 ' 62.96 277.94 10.72 15.00 23.77 12.45 312.96 231.91 790.00 270.90 36.43 378.67 23.00 65.00 4.05 10.00 20.00 22.50 166.12 580.87 581.41 360.00 12.60 8.82 10.03 5.50 27.00 187.61 121.90 87.46 162.96 200.62 49.29 142.12 142.12 123.25 123.25 31.80 87.38 98.49 |em ?. Millet, ««fi Dean O. Parrott, cotirt. Raymond H. Wlsnoffl, Jr.. . ,.. Ai court reporter ^t.ii... —*-- BB.OB John tt. Rode, ffleetlhgs & • , . »i *T^..>^.-^.. 1 "'-' 473 ' 08 A. M. Koilaseh, meetings "mlleW '.:.!—. —...I—- 329,40 Charles Plathe, meetings & , 4 mileage, . --'--—-— «°7.23 Charles H. Newel, meetings & H.%?1lmithrpn¥in"eeT"II""- 624.20 John Fraser, assists engineer - 448.48 Hazel Anllker, assists engineer 201.80 J. W.-Burnett, labor „.-..—.- 284.48 Raymond Bnade, labor .*—.*.- 284.07 Ed Blanchard. labor - ZJD.05 Harold E. Blanchard, labor —. 809.29 Clifford Blanchard, labor 283.43 Noble L. Crouch, labor « 304.41 E. M. Downs, laboi 4 ... -'- 263.09 AlVln ,Ewing, labor „..«.....- . 273.45 Clarenbe Hehtges, labor 298.38 Clifford Holmes, labor 291.05 Don Halnzlnger, labor -..- 325.04 Dale Helmers, labor „..—.— 297.4$ Arnold Halnzlnger, labor 300.90 Earl JOhns, labor -— 364.40 Anton Kardoes, labor -.....— 2D0.76 A. J. Kollasch,. labor ......— 327.95 Qeorge W, Koekler. labor -319.89 Ben Metzger, labor ... r — 316.27 Ferdinand Meyer, labor 278.19 Ralph Markla, labor —.. 293.34 Roelf.E. Miller, labor 289.19 Herbert C.'Nellls, labor 328.84 Urban Nturoth, labor 321.20 E. C. Ohm. labor — ??2'2? Edward Rlcke, labor 313.54 James W. Schultz, labor ...i- 316.66 John Schueler, Jr.. labor 286.83 Gaorge C. Studer, labor 289.19 Lem Stockwell, labor 317.95 Charles Thompson, labor „• *iJ'22 George Weringa, labor -^ - 29?'S2 Cyril Wagner, labor 341.20 Erich Willrett, labor . 299.40 Orville Wetland, labor ~'~ 324.95 James Walknr, labor ' :~ 334.12 Henry Zwelfel, labor ..^: 300.42 C. E. 'Zaugg, labor •- 371.38 SECONDARY ROAD FUND James H. Merryman, bridge . . pioject No. 70 20,911.02 Elmar Dole Co., Gravel Project• a No 503 -(4) - —26,285.46 Elmer Dole Co7, project 510 12,078.36 Elmer Dole Co., project No. fi ^ ^ Elmer DbTe"CoT"proJect"No. 1 4,597.37 Algona Mun. Util., UtUitles ... .32.99 N. Cent'. Pub. Serv. Co., gas — ^177.69 Kossuth Motor Co., 2 trucks — 3,832.00 James H. Merryman, Final: Bridge project No. 70 .2.323.44 Payroll Fund, See. Rd. Payroll 15,214.00 , . Ervln & Adelia Slems Hlght-of-Way Floyd & Jean Brekke. . 332.00 8.00 53.87 RlBht-of-Way "'-""-V 3D6.00 Maynard Her't?ke7Right-of-Wa y 70.00 Gertrude ScHissel. _ "Rlffht-of-wav _._- ' 76.00 Wm g j; Bormann. Right-of-Way 198.00 J. Harold Brandt, Right-of-way 100.00 Mrs. Edith Hayenga, Right-of-Way ....- i—„ ^2.00 Kent Motor Co., 1 truck —.— ?'?^'?2 Standard Oil Co., fuel — I'SS-JS Sleg Fort Dodge Co.. parts — 385.47 Glbbs Cook Equip. Co.,parts „ 884.88 Lyman Auto Supply, parts --— 43.40 Armco Drainage & Metal Products, pipe -— Norton Machine Works, repairs Central Iowa Tel. Co., Tel. Service ---Northern Lumber Co.. supplies Algona Impl. Co.. parts 45.42 Kent Motor Co., parts 89.88 Gibbs-Cook Equip. Co., parts — 73.5j Kossuth Motors, parts & repairs 112.79 Martin Oil Co.. fuel -—- - 159." Kossuth Co. Impl. Co.. parts -— 12.66 Mason City Blue Print Serv. supplies : ...—--— 89.76 Manufacturing Corp., supplies - 21.93 Murray Oil Co., fuel —-— J-50 Arends-Johnson Motors, parts . 579.31 Cent. la. Tel. Co.. tel. service -- 19.95 Grouse Cartage Co., supplies — 3.00 N W. Bell Tel. Co., tel. service 47.95 W. B. Impl. Co., parts - 02.90 Town of West Bend, elec. serv. Universal Manu. Co., repairs — Lone Hock Coop. Tel. Co., tel. service — Davis Paint, supplies Richardson Body & Repairs, repairs Bowen's explosives ,«« Brown Supply Co.. supplies — 174.76 Kenneth Rowlet. labor 58.80 Miller Lumber Co., supplies — Advance Pub. Co., supplies Qulnn Radiator Shop, repairs „ Goplerud Lubricants, supplies Hank's Repairs, repairs Linde Impl. Co.. parts ..-Sabin Oil Co., parts & fuel Arnold Motor Supply, parts ..; All Wheel Drive Co., parts .... Pittsburgh-Des Molnes Steel Co. parts . ,, fephlrs ** aeatge's Body Shdp, rebntfS .^. Rock Island LttftAeri.Co.,, supplies . i .. i i.*-a.j«4**- t Carbenter & Sdn, parts v W, a Ley l^etor, parts* &••?•.•. ir^pSlFS, »w'ti*.ii.i.»iy.ti.*.... 14.04. ''&& n!33 2l|0f .5.00 D1.10 1.25 16.50 13.08 19-2? 13.97 10.45 35.00 12.47 19.45 13.60 3.50 118.65 35.71 100.B8 Seed Haw.; luppwriTii;::::: Frank D, Flsheh febairs : BHtt Cylinder Head & Auto ' Parts, parts —..... *. la. Pub, Serv. Co., elee. serv- .. Falrtlcld Sales Co.. supplies' ... DuKe>liart Hughes f factor' Co., parts 1.....J-.-----*---.--.. Cullen Hdwe., supplies s . k — Standard OH, fuel . —... Standard OH, fuel „*,.—..... John Ouge, repairs —.. . weisbrod Impl. Co,, repairs .-.. Jack's 0. K. Tire Serv,, tires .. Charlson.Hdwe,, supplies ...j The Thdmas Co., parts —.—. 687.86 Qreenberg Auto Supply, parts . 234.13 Roy's Shoe Shop, repairs . ; . 7.50 Weyerhauser Co,,,suppll0s 8.44 Reynolds Machinery Co., parts . 32.87 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies ' 11.19 Farmer's coop. Society, supplies . 18.80 .Kelly Lumber Co., supplies 8.07 Thompson Dlst.,Cd>, parts 149.71 Farmers Coop,'Elev.l coal . 86.14 Ft, Dodge Mtichlne & Supply Co. parts a I.-U.S..I, .. 42.S3 Barclay'Co.i supplies i...... 24.48 Standard Oil Co., fuel V8;2B Swaney Oil & Equip. Co., fuel . 333.42 Sioux City Iron Co., parts 22.10 Kossuth Co. Treas., prepaid freight —I.-.^.w..—.j.j..._ 1.00 Sankey Sand & Oravel, supplies 01.00 Hilton's Super Sefvlce, tires and Etc, ±**i.**.*.±***...±--. „. 24.00 Iowa lilee. Light & Powfir Co., ' . elee. Serv. -.-' 6.33 •Robert Deal, chains j 48.55 West Iowa Teli'Co., tel. serv. 8.22 Paper Calmenson & Co., supp. 177.17 Cohn Bros., : parts'--li... 13.20 'Algona Welding Works! repairs ."..^-.^..--..4.. ^.. 218.25 On motion adjourn men t Was taken until April 19; 1981., • : ATTEST: ;.„ •;:%. /.,' , , .\ .'; Marc Moore, County Auditor r : John H, Rode,.-Chairman Board of Supervisors ', BOARD PROCEEDINGS -•, ; SPECIAL APRIL SESSION 1961"' TENTITDAY APRIL 19.1MI The Board of Supervisors met puri suant to adjournment;. Those present were John Rode, Chairman, and Jeni Sorensen, A. M. Kollnsch, Charles Newel and Charles Plathe. Absent: none.- -;.''. ' w •-. .... •' ' •••• •;•'.- . . Motion by Charles Plathe and seconded by Charles Newel that Class"B'.' Beer Permit be granted to, Van's Cafe; Harold' Van Allen. ...Ayes: /all Nays! none Motion carried.- . • .: ; Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel that projects No. 533,534,529 be awarded to Faber Construction Co., Algona — Projects No. 535, 532. 70 (1), be awarded to M, T; McGuirc anfl 'Sons, Bode — Projects No. 531 be awarded to P; H. Thomp-son, Frost, Minnesota. Aye's: all Na'ys: none. Motion carried. •'•\On motion adjurnment was taken until April, 28, 1961-at 2:00 P.M. • ATTEST: Marc Moore, County Auditor • John H. Rode, Chairman ' . Board of Supervisors •. ;• . BOARD PROCEEDINGS r . SPECIAL APRIL SESSION 1961 ! ELEVENTH .DAY APRIL 26, 1961 The Board iof Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were John Rode, - Chairman, and Jen» Sorensen, A., M. Kollasch, diaries Newel and Charles Plathe. Absent: none . . •. Motion by A. M. KollascH and sec< onded by ; Charles-Newel that IS" Covet Aggregate stockpiled in the NW'A 3695-29 be awarded to P & M Stone Co., and Welp & McCarten Inc., Fort Dodge at a unit price of 2.10 for 8300 tons which equals $17,430.00. Ayes: all • Nays: none Motion carried. • • ' .. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens Sorensen that Projects No. 2334, No. 503 (5), Projects No. 78 (3), No. 1141 (1), No. ,1837. No. 1134, No. 895 (1) be awarded to Everds Bros., also, projects No. 2170 (1), No. 312 (1), 79 (2) No. 530 (2) to Everds Bros, at a cost of $304,883.21. Projects No. 329 (2), 00 (5), No. 1016.,No. 71 (5), No. 1139 (3), Project'-No.rSil (1), No, 501 (6) are also listed in the total cost above. Ayes: all .Nays: none Motion carried. • Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by Charles Newel that Mr and Mrs Lyle Bradeen be hired as 2nd couple for the County Home effective May 1, 1961 @-$300 per month. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. • John Rode, Chairman, On motion 'adjournment was taken Board of Supervisors'• •• Minor Injuries For 5 Persons !n Two Crashes Five persons were injured in two auto accidents in Kossuth county during the weekend. Fortunately, none of the injuries were serious. Four Lakota boys, Arthur Meyer, Keith Sunde, Donald Olson and Phil Schrpeder, all 18, were injured, suffering cuts and bruises, when an auto driven by Meyer crashed into a ditch and rolled over a mile and a half west of Buffalo Center at 11:30 p.m. Friday. According to Meyer, he lost control of the vehicle when it edged off the highway. Damage to the auto was estimated at $300 and no charges were filed. ffie FAVORITE GIFT forypur FA VORITE GRADUATE .... YOUR OLD MACHINE Newest, most exciting styling Precision design and engineering Swift, smooth action,^, printwork perfection Now, from the first name in typewriters '...the last word in portables! Beautifully styled, the/re just as practical as they are handsome. The/re built solid. They stay put when you type on them. They give you more in performance and printwork than any portable ever made. Available in lovely colors... Sunglow, Jade, Sapphire, Pearl, Flamingo, Ivory. 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