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w$y$"; <• *-Aifleno (la.) Upper DM MetoM Thursday, August 10, ~~— • --' f ' --• ' —'-- - .-. • -n'Siilni 'EENTrt DAV JULY 3, 1661 |The Board df supervisors met pur* it to adjournment.' Those presen it John R6de, Chairman, and Jeni ™/ensen, Charles ..Newefct Charles Bailie and A. M. Kollasem Absent Motion by A. M.-'KOlfaseh' and Sec* fled by Charles Newel that the fol- ving cigarette Permits be granted bf Ii)01']002: ' i fc 'v j. It Chrome cafe, Lewlft "it Alma Mar•< shall,- Algona, -v - ' 2. Seneca Store, C, O, & Oma Bailey &• Fenton. •3. Pete's Oarage, Clarence O. Werf 1 'itnp, Bode,, Eischen's D.X., Martin Eischen .Sexton., ,v,u, .,, , Kollasen'S Station, E. J. It Startile Drive-in, ' central States .. i Des Molnss. "» Graham's Station, O. Bruce Gra, ' ham, Burl. S. Van's Cafe, Harold Van Allett, Al*" gotta. >. trvingtpn Store, Marguerite Hayes, Irvlngton. . ', Lotts Creek Store, Nick Gengler, ... Lone flock, lli Mack's Market, John Mack Wise, Sexton, K' •,>',!• I German Valley Store, Carl Krause, '(, Titortka. 13. St. Benedict Store, Otmar Fischer, V SI. Benedict. 14. Standard. Station,. Harold McDon- (,»' nell, Whlttemofe.- •• • ,,f 15'. Algona Country Club, Algona. 1<R Earl R.'Ogreh, LakbtaV ,, v. :-'-• 17; Galbralth Store, Warner Wermer- i!: sen, LuVerne, , '.'' 18. Carolyn H,< StueSsy, Algonaj' /•• ' 19i Marie CroWley, -Bancroft. All. Nays: L None. Motion car- if. it! & . . Motlon by Charles Plathe and seej ded by Jens Sorensen that Martin Ejsehen's •• D.X. Station, Sexton, be " on OIUUUII,. OCALU11. UC ,..™ MS ,.,v..™.= .'BV-Beer permit. Ayes: *u». Nays: None*. Motion carried, '*• 5'Motion-by C. H. Newel and seconded by Jens Sorensen that the Algona Country Club bef granted a Class "B" Beer Permit. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. ^Motion by Ci H.;,Newel. and seconde b> Charles Plathe Hhfil G O. and Om Bailey, Seneca" StOrej' be granted ' Class "B" Beer Permit. Ayes: Al Nays: None. Motion carried. ! Motion by Charles Newel and sec otlded by A. M. Kollasch that Nic Gengler, Lotts Creek, ,be, granted .Class "B" Beer'.;Permit.; AJres: All Nays: None. Motion .'carried.,.; •IMotion by Charles. Plathe, and see onded by Jens Sorensen that a Clas "C" Beer Permit be granted Marguer i iteHayesr Irvington r Store. Ayes:,, All Nays: None. Motion carried. •'!•'. -Motion by Charles Plathe and sec onded by A. M. Kollasch. that-Class ."O" Beer Permit be granted: .Er'J Kollasch. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mo- tldn carried. IMotlon by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens'Sorensen that second , ftttarterly reports! for' the Auditor 1 Clerk, Recorder- and Sheriff be approved. Ayes: All. 'Nays: None. Motion cVrrled. FMotion by Charles Newel and sec- ohded by Jens Sorensen .that .semiannual settlement of County Treasurer 16r period ending* May 31(; 1961 Ije approved. Ayes: All.'Nays: None. Motion carried. {'Motion by- Charles Newel and seconded by Charles Plathe that the Social Welfare Budget Estimate for the 'ear 1962 be approved for the follow- i&of nlnsMrtM,' Me'etlni ..... 4.b Raphael Ttfohtag. Meeting — 4.0 Herman Harms, Meeting . 4.( Glair L. Reding, Meeting 8.C Vic Streucker, Meeting , 4.( Carl Nielsen, Meeting B.t Laurence Hantelman, Meeting 8.C JvniBftl Thompson, Meeting ._ s.c Mervin Christensen, Meeting j 4.C O, B. Johnson, Meeting ...... 4.c Rax Dreyer, Meeting 4.0 In Seegebarth, Meettng -^ 4.01 Advance Publishing Co., Sup- North Ccnt?al"Pubiic"Servlce C0.i Oas .•» k .u j... 22.0 Don Bocken Supply, Supplies 23.8 Frederick Hardware, Supplies 2.6 Cullen Hardware, Supplies ... 2.8 Vestal Inc., Supplies .. 19.6 N.W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service * 304.07 Koch Bros,, Supplies ,. 10.6! Fldlar & Chambers Co., Supplies 243.68 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Sup- .plies . - 65.53 Nortlr Iowa Directory Service, Supplies „--.-1....J 9.60 O,"A. .Thompson, Supplies 4.5( Pahamo carbon Co,, supplies. 35.00 Jenkins-Fergemann Co., Supplies ......... ,. - 1,295.83 ffi - Blind u..$ 2,779.25 * Disabled • <. 883.00 W Aid to Dep. Children - 18,932.00 . (Ayes: All. Nays:-None. Motion carried. -',/-,' . •'•Motldn by Charles Newel and seconded by .Jens Sorensen that the 2nd quarterly report for,! 1961 ior the'Jus- ' lice of the Peace. N. J. Nemmers, be approved^Ayes: All.'Nays: None. Motion carried;. Motion by'Jens Sbrensen arid seconded by A. M. Kollasch that contract awarded Pratt Electric Co., Algona, at the Kossuth' County Home be accepted as., approved by the State Fire Marshal's Office. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. -...'••. ^Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that application for Class "C" Beer Permit to Marie Crowley be rejected. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. - '.• It was motioned that .the following claims be disallowed: Advance Publishing Co., Court- : house Printing' $ 6.30 Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical .. 20.25 It was motioned that payment of claims allowed at this meeting of the persons and firms listed immediately following be ratified, allowed ,and confirmed. COUNTY FUND North Central Public Service Co , Gas . $ Alpona Municipal Utilities, Utilities j Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities Post Office, Box Rent Post Office, Postage Payroll Fund, County Payroll 6,655.57 Payroll Fund. County Payroll 3,738.18 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Board & Lodge of Prisoners Donald M. Wood. Mileage Ralph W. Lindhorst, Meals, Mileage and Assistance Tom's Radio & T.V., Repairs _ E. M. Richardson, Painting — N.W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service Hood's Super Valu, Supplies ._ Gordon L. Winkcl, Commission on Fines Joyce Haydfn Mileage Rusk Drug d>- Jewelry, Supplies Culligan Soft Water, Soft Water Earl Chambers, Meeting Edward Hof, Meeting Lawrence Miller, Meeting Howard J. Curry, Meeting ... George Yanser, Meeting Joe Goetz, Meeting Ralph Tjaden, Meeting • Vincent Cruise, Meeting Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies Thomas O. Nelson Co., Supplies ... .... Ray Frleden, Supplies Algona Plumbing & Heating •Co., Water Heater Installed . Bohflnnon Insurance, Insurance; .--L —.;-__*•Algona Insurance Agency, Insurance .. LuVerne Insurance Agency, Insurance Sbnannon Insurance, Insur- /ance •;.-._— Gordon L. Winkel, Services — Vm. J, ShaWler, Expenses ... Glen L. Stanley, Expenses — A; M. Kollasch, Meeting 'ens M. Sorensen, Meeting „. Charles Plathe, Meeting Algona Community School, Tax Free Lands Sentral Community School, - Tax Free Lands : Tltonka Consolidated School, •' Tax Free Lands . Burt Community School, Tax Free Lands . LuVerne Community School, Tax Free Lands 1 E. J. Seeney, Dr. 185 G. D. Hart,'Dr. 185 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 185 .... Upper Des Moines Publishing! .19.98 48.00 10.00 123.35 41.80 10.00 4.00 10.00 25.00 29.30 49.32 5.00 5,00 5.0 M. T. jwc*6uire"&' Co., Proj. ,... & M. stone Co. & Welp , 40.84M 22,84.1.80 ^M^ca'f'terTinc.r Agjfre'gate .T' 14,288.00 Payroll Fund, Sec. Road Pay* „ roll -f.^— 18,212.84 James H. Merryman, Labor, i Management, Equipment ... 1,840.90 Wheeling Corrugating Co..Pipes »". .i... .. »- 888.40 Concrete Products Corp,, Pipes 8,310.43 Ready Mix, Supplies i —- 7S5.0S EsthefVllle Concrete Products Corp.i Mix ...*... M. T. McGuire A Co., Proj. ,.,.„.. 832, 633, 836 & 70 ....... 6,499.00 FUllerton Lumber Co., Supplies 34.33 Arnold Motor Supply, Parts .. 8.44 Lainu's Plumbing, Parts ,„.-?? Opsal's D. X., Tires 681.28 Kossuth Motor Co., Parts 81.81 fioftsl. Cflflp d««mertM, products ................ Aigona Locker, butchering ., Herman M. Brown Co., Parts 2.05 Koch Bros., Supplies .- 13.6S Iowa State Highway Commls- sion, Freight 20.00 W. E. Ley Motor Co., Parts — 10.36 J. E. Ukena & Co., Parts 11.41 Standard OH Co., Fuel .31.89 Peterson's Radiator Service, Repairs >.-._-...- 8.55 Weyerhaeuser Co,, Supplies — 9.90 Iowa Electric Light & Power CO., Electric Service _ 3.31 Weyerhaeuser Co., Supplies - 4.20 Dukeharl-Hughes Tractor & Equipment Co., Parts - 05.63 Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad . Co., Calcium Chloride .. 3,729.95 Central Iowa Telephone Co., Telephone Service 21.90 Reynolds Machinery Co., Parts , 32.57 .one Rock Coop. Telephone • . Co., Telephone Service .-^- 36.80 Gibbs Cook Equipment Co., .' . Parts - !- 183.26 Brown Supply Co., Parts 328.44 Everett Thompson, Brush Killer ,227.02 MftJ, R.-Hai«8i supplies ^s.ir. Baft find, groceries 1 «,.^-:...r., Finn's Baitery. food .*„.......' Council Oak, food ----- *»....... t, Standard Oil CO., fuel .... — .. ail,, Drs, Shey & Gotten, Vet fees i. ' 327,2 HoBflrtbn Coop Elev. Co., Wed . .41J Algona Greenhouse, 'Plants .... Cuilefi Hdwe,,, supplies -i.... „„,„ Algona rmp. Cd., parts ..^. f 60,0 Norton Machine Works, mow/ • ..... ""* Dr. R, P. Snyder coroner's fees ...........—^^..i.^j..,— Dr. Robert Bralnerd, dep. coroner's fees . '. loan Mueller, assists sheriff— Helko Clapp, co. home -.:.—..* I42ili Alice L. Clapp, co. hotne t -»_ 13 Murl Jorgenson, co. home*' ...i , 13 Hulda Jorgenson, co, home —' 12 Dean G. Parrott, court re*\ ' i porter. ..^....^iiL^. 48,83 K. c. Rovn, probation detouty k» 108.31 R. K. Beck, probation offlcef *- 122108 Fern V. Miller, court reporter „ ' 60.43 Claire A. Boltz, court report' ,er ,. ..j.. 30.16 Raymond H, Wlsnom, Jr., court reporter . ^ 61.68 John H. Rode, meetings & mllo- lage, 472.81 Charles H. Newel, meetings & mlleaSe -— i-.... f+L. 460,14 A. M. Kollasch, meetings & mileage .,—i 4534$ Jens M. Sorensen, meetings & i " , mileage .. ,—a..... 34S.22 Charles Plathe, meetings & 995.7 98,8 164.0 96.8 35.9 8.4 17.5C 25.00 Co., Board Proceedings „'— 143.6' Advance Publishing Co., Board Proceedings — 143.67 Upper Des Moines Publishing ,.Co., Ad 9.45 Advance Publishing Co., Ads . 14.50 Whlttemore Champion, Ad .._ 7.35 L.uVerne Tribune, Ad 8.40 Upper Des Moines Publishing ;, Supplies 1 ............... 121.25 Advance Publishing Co., Sup- plies ...-C-. ____ . ___________ 18.85 Bancroft Register, Ad & Board 'Proceedings . __________ ' _____ 162.68 Gordon L. Winkel, Expenses - 203,06 Cossuth Co. Treasurer, Bounties ---- . ----- . ______ ........ 332.64 SECONDARY ROAD 'ent Motor 'Co., Parts ----- — 231.55 Sankey Sand & Gravel, Asphalt .. ............... _____ ... 151.20 tandard Oil Co., Diesel Fuel 2,614.32 28.51 150.56 23.90 12.45 300.00 209.00 3.33 147.47 3.75 17.45 3.13 5.00 288.40 Zil.W 8.63 6.25 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 diamond's. Boots farmers Coop. Society, Tile — Hmore Concrete Products Co., Grates ! ,inde Implement Co., Repairs & Parts . waney OH & Equipment Co., Co., Equipment . 'ogel Paint & Wax Co., Supplies jl—! .awrence Doege, Gravel "ossuth Co. Treasurer, Freight owen's Explosives, Supplies - itonka Telephone Co., Telephone Service . oplerud Lubricants, Supplies :. & H. Coop. Oil Co., Fuel & Repairs __: ilton's Super Service, Fuel & Repairs [artln Oils Inc., Fuel ''angman Welding Shop, He- pairs -_.-t Fred Duerr, Labor Peterson Radiator Service, Repairs _______ ... Bell's Saw Shop, Labor & Repairs Northern plies Lumber Co., Sup- Greenberg Auto Supply, Parts The Thomas Co., Fuel Cullen Hardware, Supplies Central Iowa Telephone Co., Telephone Service Bancroft Coop. Creamery, Steam Cleaning Albert Christensen, Labor — N.W. Bell Telephone, Telephone Service Adam Heiderscheidt, Labor D. X. Sunray Oil Co., Fuel ... Roger Whipple, Fuller Brush Products Percival Motors, Repairs Sieg Fort Dodge Co., Parts Wesco Steel Co., Parts Grouse Cartage Co., Supplies . Iowa Public Service Co., Electric Service Lampert Yards, Supplies Titonka Implement Co., Parts Iowa Electric Supply Co., Supplies John Thompson, Labor Everds Bros., Road Work Town of West Bend, Electric Service . Kelley Lumber Co., Supplies . Joe Bradley Equipment, Parts Clement Crahan, Labor P. H. Thompson & Son, Grad- 11.88 36.85 253.93 11.71 80.93 96.50 33.75 6.00 44.58 13.85 96.80 85.20 92.87 157,16 5.41 100.80 15,00 33.40 29.60 218.64 110.50 44.28 10.50 4.00 18.75 51.45 49.30 77.15 21.40 51.50 291.07 13.44 3.00 5.00 1.60 9.13 31.78 123.00 2,390.91 1.25 8.75 81.15 234.60 Vest Iowa Telephone Co., Telephone Service .i— Innchard Lumber & Hardware Co., Supplies . hompson Dlst. Co., Parts — owa Machinery & Supply Co., Parts - Trupke Electric, Parts Hopkins Service, Repairs Chicago & N.W. Railroad Co., Freight . 1 Norton Machine Works, Parts Cook's Welders Supply, Sup... plies i—. Jack's O.K. Tire Service, Caps Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., Electric Service Hugo Worthington, Labor Algona Machine' Shop, Parts _ Standard Oil Co., Fuel Lawrence Rath, Labor Blue' Earth Ready-Mix, Sup- 6.D2 57.90 8.92 mileage Robert ' T, J. Fisher, weed commission J. E. Smith, weed commls- 368.90 obert A. Harvey, weed ,com» • ., mlssloner ... ,_„', 258.20 * """" " " 'isiii, •sion . 182.40 J. A. Schwartz, weed comrnls- , "'« sion --—_ "68.06 John Batton, weed commission 214.26 co fin Folkert Steeker, weed commls- ' ?|iS sion - '.—.I... o' 60 Andrew Reding, weed commls- . • ••• BU| sion .'—.—:.. 252.58 SpeilMty, 2nd (fUAftet .. Social Secuflty, 2nd quaftef —' IPERS, 2nd " ' Social - J UABCttf«n c *• vn»J „ .^ , Mapiewood Books, books _.._<.*,, $3,3 The Ffdeler Co., supplies *" t. S, E. A.' Librae^ SerV .-... 80.9 *up» plies ... .'..i— ..ui.*^.*/.... *j 124.S 0. G. Waffle Booft CoT, ftup- piles •—...-- ----- . ------- ' ---- .- 268.2 1. S. E. A. Library SeYV.i supplies ........ .. ----- ... ------ .. 91.3 A, C. Me Clitrg & Co.i sup , . plies 11.6 . SOtDIER'S RELIEF FUND Bill's Jack Sprat Store,' toad ... 142.0C Heath Grocery, food ---- .' ----- 40.0J McCullough's Funeral Home, ambulance ...«...*.. _____ ..... ___ . 40.0 Welp Drug Store, medical _—: 6,41 Thuente Pharmacy, medical .. 42.91 Konsbruch Drug, medical^ ____ ... 28.41 Mrs. E. Behnkendorf, rent ..:. , 26.00 Joseph M. Rooney, M. D., medical . ..... ______ , _______ . — !„ — " 13.01 St. Josp. Mercy Hosp., medU eal ___________ . — .J ----- . . St. Ann Hospital, medical ... — 303.00 :owa Pub. Serv. Co., elec. ' . ; serv. . ....... . ....... .. ________ ' 13.91 R. M. Harrison Co., flags ...... 55.M Ray Davidson, rent . ----- .... , 2S.OC Algona Mun. Utll., utilities ____ 11.54 •I. Cent. Pub. Serv. Co., gas — k 8.00 oseph JA. Rooney, M. D, medical ... .......... . ........ — ... 30.00 Hugo A, Lindholm, M. D., medl- 25.00 1.65 3.60 267.00 50.00 7.00 21.95 44.06 25.00 piles . 655.50 POOR FUND ing Proj. No. 531 2,176.20 Everds Bros., Pro]. No. 501 (6) 20.999 16 Elmer Dole Co., Maintenance Proj. No. 7 North Central Public Service Co., Gas -_ Iowa Natural Resources Council. Water Permit 9,049.83 26.25 4.00 Algona Municipal "utmtfes", 15.00 12.86 G. R. Cook, Rent Sarah Harbour, Care Harvey Hath, Rent . North Central Public Service Co., Gas Taylor Apartments, Rent W. A. Hedrlck, Rent — loy Blustrom, Rent Hamilton Funeral Home, Ambulance ..-_ Marvel Immerfall, Mileage — Blake Funeral Home, Ambulance • A]gona> Municipal Utilities, Utilities , it. Ann Hospital, Medical loly Family Hospital, Medical lonsbruch Drug, Medical "ohn M. Schutter, M.D., Medical Dr. R. K. Richardson, M.D., ohn N. Kenefick, M.D., Medical .A. G. Bourne, M.D., Medical - lusk Drug, Medical . Dan L. Bray, M.D., Medical oseph M. Rooney, M.D.J Medical Miller Pharmacy, Medical — Catholic Charities, Medical -_ "'aulsen Drug, Medical .— . P. Clark, M.D.. Medical 'ale E. Dunn, M.D., Medical _ "•huente Pharmacy, Medical . hoenlx General Hospital, Medical . G. Clapsaddle. M.D., Medical lale Harding, MX).. Medical ' Hood's Cash Store, Food Hood's Super Valu, Food Council Oak* Food Fareway, Food : East End, Food Lotts Creek Store, Gas Vogel's, Food Hertzke's Grocery, Food 25.00 15.00 35.00 4.89 22.50 10.00 47.10 15.00 46.06 20.00 19.41 872.80 875.15 19.55 88.50 165.50 26.25 179.18 3.00 18.40 521.97 9.88 45.00 15.00 137 JO 100.00 17.30 40.64 .35.00 20.00 84.00 126.00 8.00 8.15 45.00 85.42 35.00 18.27 47.72 66.86 H. M. Smith, engineer 052.2C John Fraser, assists engineer _. 445.85 Hazel Anllker, assists engin- < eer 201.80 James Hoffman, rodman 245.12 Mads P. Christiansen, gravel checker .—... ,407,82 John Eller, Jr., labor ...... 21.82 Maurice Eischen, labor —.-„__ .147.08 George Gade, labor :—•—'_•:• 161.28 Albert Granzow, gravel check- V er ^ _ 541.04 L. A. Hackbarth, gravel check- •er . 348.03 Clifford Holmes, labor 276.01 Earl Johns, labor 335.67 John A. Larson, labor . 348.85 Ralph Markla, labor . ._ 271.66 Ben Metzger, labor . 295.21 David W. Merryman, labor - •' 12.42 James W. Schultz, labor .. 298,90 Antui Sorensen, gravel checker 368,80 James Walker 1 , labor 303.36 Erich Willrett, labor 277.30 Raymond Baade. labor .... 261.86 Ed Blanchard, labor __",.. 263.02 E. M. Downs, labor — ._.: 281.76 Henry Elbert, labor ,.. 11.64 Earl Eller, labor 143.65 Alvln Ewlng, labor 297.10 Donald 'Frlderes,' labor ...' 153.57 Arnold Hainzln.ger, labor 292.40 Don Hainzinger, labor 303.36 Dale Helmers, labor 283.83 cal — -..<•--• 28.00 Thuertte Pharmacy, medical -„ 138.80 .uVerne Pharmaey, medical ... 17.38 M. G. Bourne, M. D.,,medical .. 42.00 Algona BUs Depot, transporta- , tlon — 23.32 owa Pub. Serv. Co., elec,. serv -—-.1- 13.53 ..Ill's- Jack Sprat Store, food .^ 133.00 flrs. E. Behnkendorf, rent ..;.- 25.00 ROAD CLEARING) FUND ayroll Fund, road clearing payroll ._;—........——L—'2,698.20 )cnnls Newel, labor >._'_ 254.15 tandard Oil Co., fuel —. 255.12 tandard Oil Co., fuel ...—— 205.13 tandard Oil Co., fuel- 074.40 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Ralph W. Llndsorst, mileage & meals ; 11.32 Ralph W. LlnMhorst'.imileage.& meals ... :„. 21.13 Joseph M. Rooney, M. D., exam. phys. : . , 15.00 Leo J. Cassel, attorney 15.00 Donald M. Wood, warrant, assistant, mileage Walter Stewart, witness mV Thom .Nl KflUdBdrf, Dr, H. K, 2 „ S.MdmeB Pub'. CO ., . . -. t ».. k -------- .ui ---- ... 19.3; John Thompson, Dr. TH1 84 *- 8.16 Secondary. Road FundT Dr. 146- 1-fll •!..».* ----- - --------- . — <. .On. motion adjournment was taken until July. 14, inei. ATTEST: Marc Moore, Ko&uth COUH- ly Auditor. John H. Rode, Chairman drd df Supervisor's. BOAftfi PHOCfiECfMCS EIGHTEENTH DAV SPECIAL JUNE SESSION 1881 JUtY 14, 1961 The Bcinrd of Supervisors met jurSuant to adjournment. Those present were Jens Sorensen, Charles Newel. A. M. Kollasch. and Charles Plathe. Absent: John Rode. , Motion by Charles. Newel and see onded by Jens Sorensen that gas contract for Kossuth County be awarded to Standard Oil Co., Des Moines, • — ••• • " • ----- -' - ------ -• t posted tank wago'n price of .0492 ent per gallon discount. Ayes: " all >» ' Art Kadow, witness L. A. Winkel, attorney Ralph W. Lindhorst, meals & 8.38 4.40 4.82 10.00 mileage '—-—^ ; 19.10 Mental Health Institute, caro Sc keep -— 182.52 DRAINAGE FUND John Thompson, Dr. 4 49.00 Weyerhaeuser Co., Dr. 4 92.43 John Thompson, Dr. 32 . 18.00 Adam Heiderscheidt, Dr. 61 20.40 Clement Crahan. Dr. 81 John Thompson, Dr. 63 Clement Crahan, Dr. 68 20.40,' 9.0tf 3.40 Anton Kardoes, labor 290.20 Cowing Food Mart, Food James Elsbecker, Oil Irvington Store, Food K. & H. GOOD. Oil Co., Fuel „ Boys & Girls Home, care & keep 85.00 Home of the Good Sheperd, care & keep 70.00 St. Anthony's Home, care & keep 6.51 Delta Falvey, care & keep 98.05 Lutheran Home Findings Society, care & keep 82.90 Algona Good Sam. Home, care & keep „ 29.00 State of Iowa, dependent children fund 1,251.29 State of Iowa, blind fund 205.85 State of Iowa, emergency relief fund 408.87 State of Iowa, disabled fund „ 50.97 Payroll Fund, poor payroll 1,068.44 Arthur Thilges baling 96.00 Ted Hoover, Sr., seed corn 7.00 John t\. Rich, bales 32.80 John H. Foth, spraying 67.50 Algona Locker Plant, rent 27.60 Thermogas Co. of Algona, gas 66.35 Culllgaii Soft Water, soft water 24.50 Bolsford Lumber Co., supplies __ 24.30 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., Tel. serv. - _ 21.10 Honsbruch Drug, medical 161.80 John M. Schutter, M. D., medical 7.50 Pratt's Elee. Const. Co., repairs — 1,222.73 Frederick Hdwe., supplies 38.02 Kossuth Radio & Elec., parts & repairs „ 31.85 Hegartys Plb. & Heating, repairs 556.33 Orville Duncan, subscription .. 7.15 A. .J. Kollasch, labor 325.33 George Kockler, labor _• „ 281.76 Marvin' Lalller, labor ; 21.10 Roelf E. Miller, labor ... 273.16 Herbert C. Nellis, labbr '298.90 Urban Neuroth, labor 281.76 E. C. Ohm. labor 263.02 Edward Ricke, labor „ 291.86 Lloyd Schaller, labor 129186 John Schueler, Jr., labor .— 287.80 Lem Stockwell, labor „ 292.00 George C. Studer, labor 209.53 Charles Thompson, labor Cyril Wagner, labor 263.06 319.10 George Weringa. labor 304.21 C. E. Zaugg, labor 322.11 Clifford Blanchard, labor —. 263.06 Harold Blanchard. labor 293.26 J. W. Burnett, labor 276.15 Noble L,. Grouch, labor 273.18 ;£|prence Hentges, labor 2G7.30 Wrdlnand Meyer, labor 262.16 Orville Weiland, labor 301.94 Henry Zwelfel, labor 281.76 COURT FUND Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk, may- or.s fees 56.00 H. J: McNertney, court costs „ 50.00 Payroll Fund, court payroll i 1,266.30 T. B. FUND Dr. J. R. Waite, inspection, 8.60 Dr. A. J. Gotten, inspection 5.80 BANG'S FUND Dr. J. A. Sanftner. inspection — 31.00 Dr. J. R. Waite, inspection 15,00 Dr R. E. Weber, Inspection t 64.00 Dr. Duane G. Jacobsen, Inspection . 12.00 Dr. D. L. Fritz, inspection 52.00 Dr. J. J. Cecil, inspection 38.00 Dr. J. L. Crouch, inspection -- 24.50 Dr. D. F. Diemer, inspection — 12.00 Dr. A. E. Slekmeicr, Inspection ; 10.00 Dr. E. J. Capesius, inspection „ 93.00 Dr. P. C. Geilenfeldt, Inspection 15.00 Dr. J. K. Hill, Inspection 77.50 Dr. A. W. R. Lichter, inspection 10.00 Dr. J. L. Crouch, inspection — 39.00 Dr. P. E. Gorham, inspection .. 3.00 Dr. N. H. Hesse, inspection .. 31.00 Dr. Tedmar D. Rossing, inspection 6.00 Dr. E. J. Capesius. inspection __ 11.50 Dr. J. K. Hill, inspection 29.00 Dr A. W. R. Lichter, inspection 13.00 Dr. J. A. Sanftner, inspection „ 42.50 Dr. D. J. Shey, Inspection 23.00 Dr A. J. Gotten, inspection 40.00 Dr. John E. Uren, inspection -- 18.00 Dr. M. F. Calhoun, inspection .. 1.00 Dr. Jay D. Rush, inspection _. 9.00 Dr. Duane G. Jacobson, inspection ._ RETIREMENT FUND IPERS, 2nd quarter 477.77 IPERS, 2nd quarter 501.37 John Thompson, Dr. 69 — ... 24.00 John Thompson, Dr. 72 51.50 Walter Frambach, Dr. 83 .. 58.75 Harold Frambach, Dr. 83 —- 57.00 John Thompson, Dr. 83 ,._• 54.50 Clement Craha'n, Dr. 84 ——• 5.10 Adam Heiderscheidt, Dr. 84 .. 5.10 Adam Heiderscheidt,- Dr. 106 „ 17.00 Clement Crahan, Dr. 106 17.00 'Ready-Mix Concrete, Dr. 106 — 8.75 E. J. Seeney, Dr. 133 106.47 G D. Hart, Dr. 133 182.74 Axel Brattlund, Dr. 133 27.50 John Thompson, Dr. 133 10.00 Vavs, none Absent: John Rode. 1 Motion by Charles Newel and see* inded by Charles Plathe that reslg- atton of Melvln Krumm of Swea City, from the Kossuth County Solder.; Relief Board become effective August 1. 1961i and Max J. 0. O'Keefe DC appointed to fill the vacancy. VyeS: all Nays: none. Absent: John ode.- . ' , , . • ' ~ Motion by A.-M." Kollasch arid sec- nded by Charles s Newel that the evy for the County Fair & 4rH Club e set the same as last year, $7500. yes: all Nays: none. Absent: John ode. • , Motion by Jens Sorensen and sec- nded by Charles Newel that cash llowance of ?25 be given Mrs, Harrjr ponberg each month/Ayes!-all Nays: none. Absent: John Rode. On motion adjournment was taken until July-17, 1901. ' . , ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor. John Rode,. Chairman, Board of Supervisors. BOARD PROCEEDINGS NINETEENTH DAY SPECIAL JUNE SESSION 1901 JULY 17, 1981 The Board of Supervisors'met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were, John -Rode, Chairman, and Jens Sorensen, Charles Newel, .Charles Plathe, and A. M. Kollasch. Absent: none. Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by Charles Newel that estimate budget for 1962 be published as read and August 11, 1961 at 9:00 a.m. at Kossuth County Courthouse be the date and time set for the hearing. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the following wage raises be allowed: Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion Carried. Elective officers'— 4400 petf year as of July 4. 1961. ,.' Deputies — 80% of Elective Officers as of July 4, 1961. Clerks — $10 per month effective elk: to rtoftth er vO¥lyT,i(«l. $lo per month. , until Au {ATTESTS 1961. was fate* •„ • ,, , Koisuih Court? ;AllJl,ai: marc..iviuurer JYUBHUUI wuuii- ty And, John Rode, 'Chairman, Board of Supevisars. ' ^^. f ' . * , CENTER PLUKIGC j ' RED Hot .man in the enter- i talnment field, this State Fair ! performer will thrill Grandstand crowds Sunday, Aug. 27, and! - Friday, Sept. 1. tie will risk his good health each: of tBe two Thrill Days by draping himself over the front of a speeding car which will crash through a flaming board wall. The thrill shows are a major entertainment feature df the Fair, which will Ira held Aug. 26 through Sept. 4. "•.; ttlmatf a fifth 4 <rt tnelf acrt&ge- 'of .ftf-H ..aftfl «' 'fourth of«thelf v gfal« latest tfStrA estim'atedf ' July 1, 1961. Sheriff's Office Clerk — .10 per --------- -----hour effective July 1, 1961. County Engineer — $400 per year. effective July. 1,., 1961. , ' • ''• Assist. Engineer — $300 per year John Thompson, Dr. 133 49.00 effective July 1, 1961. Grain Program Is Called A Major Success The 1961 Feed Grain Program, .while accomplishing two major objectives of reducing stocks and cutting program costs, will increase farm ' income by about $500 ' million, according to 'U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates. This starting of an up- ward'trend in the farm economy will have far-reaching results. About 1.2 million of the Nation|s corn and 'grain sorghum •farmers 'are cooperating in the 1961 Feed rain Program. These cooperating farmers agreed to n'-o corn for graJff ill 1901 at 3.2 billibtt" bushels, cotfipa&d With 3..S bfl- lion bushels produced ih 166Q. , The diversion of c6rA • and (grain sorghUnt aereBge Under the progfam will-' • meStt staving U.S. taxpayers a potential- cdst 6f nearly $780 million over a period Of years, In addition, the quantity of food grains held in Com* niodity Credit Corporation 'inventory will be reduced by almost 400 million bushels, thus reversing a trend which had seen a sharply mounting accumulation of Teed grains. • From 1952, the annual increase in feed grains In stock in the U.S. showed the. 'following rate (in millions of torts as of the , first of. each year): 1953, '6.9; 1954, 4.7; 1955, 7.4; 1956, 4.3; 1957, 5.6; 1958, 10,2; 1959. 8.6} 1960, 7,0 j 1981, 1.0.3; 1962,' : (ost.)-- 11.0. . ' " '; V ' .'." .. Because of the stocks of cofti accumulated, (1 - 1/3 billion bushels us of May 31), the Cfovcrn- ment now finds itself in the position where costs are about $1,50 for each bushel of corn produced in excess of , current needs. : Savings will result from not having to pay storage, handling, transportation and interest costs on corn and grain ^orghums which would have been acquired under a 1960-type program during the long period (9 to 11 years) before they would be reached for disposal on a first- in, first-out basis. Under the 1961 Feed Grain Program,' the Government pays an average of about 60 cents for each bushel of corn not produced. Birthday Party Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley : entertained at Sunday dinner for ; the first birthday of their* daughter Kristine. ' Guests were Mr and Mrs Walter Winkleman, Mr and Mrs Dwight'Winkleman anct,.'<. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pitkin and family,' all of Buffalo Cen- • ' ter. . ' • . — n.oo COME TO THE FAIR!! EVENTS.... EXHIBITS.... AWARDS To the 4-H club members in the Kossuth County area, to the parents and also the folks who plan this big affair, we offer our best wishes for a successful event, SECURITY STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. DOORSv OPEN at 9 SHARP! BE WISE... I FRIDAY & SATURDAY ! Compelling Savings In Every Department HUNDREDS UPON HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS ... THESE ARE BUT A FEW: 4 — Ladles »wim suits, orig. $5,98 - 99e 9 - Ladies blouses, orig. $2.98 99c 36 - Ladies purses, orig. $2.98 $1,77 Ladies slips or girdles , $2.00 24 - Girls swim suits, orig. $2.98 $1.77. 12 - Girls T-shirts, orig. $1.98 .___ 99c 60 — Girls Bermudas, shorts, Capri slacks, orig. $1.98 99e 48 — Girls winter parkas _ „>_•__.. $3.98 15 - Girls dresses, orig. $2.98 2, for $3. 24 - Infants dresses, I to 6x $1 & $2. 48 - Boys short sleeve shirts, orig. $1.98 _— _ $1. 2 - Mens shirts, erig. $2.98 —^ , 66e Mens stretch socks ..-„ „, 2 for $1, Mens canvas gloves —___, _ , ,. 5 for $1, AUGUST WHITE SALE SPECIALS ERWIN LUXURY PERCALE SHEETS $1,94 $2.14 72 x 108 twin? 81 x 108 full, Long-wear, strong libert in filled or fist types. Matching pillow ewes, ,._.__.. --—, , 54c WHITE STAR MUSLIN SHEETS $1.54 . $1,74 72 x 108 twin; 81 x 108 full. Qver I3p count fine btoocned muslin. Filled or flat type, Matching pillow ca»w, 37c CELACLOLJD MATTRESS PAD, COVER '3.40 ••« $4.40 full size 100%" PERFECT FLOUR SACKS 100% pure-white felaclpud filling/ cotton cover, SanfprUed, machine washable, can be tumble dried. Hourglass stitching. Snug- fit, absorbent, twin «ite $0,% I to* TJJBBWHB^^^^^^^^^™* BIG SAVINGS: FEATHER PILLOWS 2 for $3 Comfortable 91 x VI" bed pillows; §0% crushed chicken and $!JJ% crushed t\H*ey ffpbjwr fill- Large sizes; unopened! Bleach. ed ; wangled, completely free of hole». REDUCED ... Men's Sport Shirts Easy-care wash 'n wear cottons and ar- nels in regular collar and button down collar styles. S-M-L-XL $2 REDUCED . . .""" Women's Shorts 'n Pedal Pushers, Capri Slacks Smartly styled shorts and pedal; pushers for womqfn. Cool, easy-care fabrics in gay colors, patterns, 10-18. $1 & $2 REDUCED ... Hemmed Dish Towels 30 x 30-inch hemmed dish towels. Soft absorbent. Bleached white or perky stripes' Low priced at, — 4 f or ${ REDUCED ... 54 x 54 Plastic Table Cloth Flannel back type with scalloped edge iqsy-care gay prints? perfect for outdoors u»e, too, 2 for $3 54 x 72" -—,-.. _ J, LADIES DRESSES Fcjfhien fevsrjtw at the season's lowest prise.. Docron Wends, Enka sheers, $3 & $5 lawn Furniture 20% Off Lounge $8 Chairs $4 3 pc, set

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