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fff f entoft, won ' •""' 4 the istroftg ;was iyhe Mclfitite the .first of Arm- ilight; Vic the third of Aral- flight and won rv-i * ;"" ft •' Thftf sdayj' thiuS; We.dnes'dtty "Fafiht Trap^ ' . . Thlirsdayf Atktinee 4:00. Eve. 7:20-_9!40. n, / - . . , Friday thru Wednesday Eves 7:30^:40. * ' Saturday matinee at 1:30. ' Sunday* eotttinuoui,' 2:10-4:457:0(5^:25.' - ' ' •' - ,, \ ..*•' • '•• - - - .• „'. V ICARSON PAPERS, office supply tone 11 gona last we&k by '• ya'ridiis i«? tfo&l utt . adjudged ai banfcililpt* Ih the U. S. District Court fot ihe NorlWdrn District of> Iowa. wT« ' A meeting of creditors .'called for Sapt. I9,jat. Dodge in the, federal ing, -Mfdree's Court, fottrth • tel was adjudged In receivership, ' and ! the * bankruptcy fiat! a'"^eaf» \Hf. Rotte -Wa0 bortt • Aug. 28, Un , ,i f? W e Was ted Jh marriage to June Tur* Ferttbh. *•• twb sisters, Mrs. Otto Lang of * *" * * • ~ * lfj& • Pttil DcadS A3 -WCI *?->- Deli te,'Etflfl Ptrkiri§;'Glenn Debolt, Eltti6r EVickson, Dale Milter and "'lister Vati^Hortu -• War- pafenfs.-Mrvlnd Mrs'. ned / ,. t Mr.^and Mrs.- Mftrlin -Ohm arid Dennis .Visited • ii? were .filed afte* ' the 'final feport arid acCbUni- ing of the receiver. Wm, Rode, 66, Fenton, Dies Funeral services * for William Kbde, 66, of Fenton were held Saturday : in Rodman. Presbyter'- iarvchui?ch with the Rev. Robert Aretids,; 'officiating. ' Burial • Was at Riverside cemetery. Day, weekend Witft'the Lawrence Ruhnke? in Miller;,' South, Dakota"; •:'- • ' H f ii , v% *• \ - ,dept.,. Upper, Des „„ . M?- Rode, a, rc.tired. well, drill Pub. Co., Algona. , er, died' Thursday tit Palo Alto Look Ahead . iii WHEN YOU LOOK FOR A LOAN , ON LAND LOOK AHEAD when you look for a loan on land . . . ]ook 'to the confidence, security and peace of mind that a Land Bank loan \yill provide in years to come. Thousands fof landowners in this state are paying less interest today /.simply because in the past the Land Bank has voluntarily reduced interest rates on outstanding loans when econ- 'omic'conditions permitted. And a Land Bank loan can be repaid in 'advance without penalty. When you need • ,a loan oii land to pay debts"; tojniy |an4 (r livestock or ma- 4hirfery, to" make * impf ovemlntsf Ttf- f or^St'tieY* purposes," 1 see the Land Bank man serving your area. FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS . . . are loans you can live with! FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION E. H. HUTCHINS, Manager Algona (South of Penneys) Monday and Wednesday Forest City (West of Forester Hotel) Tuesday & Friday Bodrd Proceedings t*l-t" * •(> i-* *> J «*' v* «*-« BOARD PROCEEDINGS Ttegular JiWe '8es*loft" ' TWENTIETH DAY,V , AUGUST 1, 1981 < The Board of Supervisors -met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were John Rode, Chairman, and Jens Sorensen,, A. M tt < Kollasch,-''.Charles Newel' and Chafies' PlathS. Absent: Motion by A. M, Kolfas'ch 1 a^it sec;- onded by Charles. Newel that'thVmin- approved as .read,,Ayes! All. Oeftnts Njwsi/ Labof. h.. swAney fejuljiment do., Brush iller »- . a-*-.-****.--j*—*-i-i-.—i* — *- r, J. K. Hill, Inspection .»*.. ~ " , . , Be9us,.nse . . Df.'P. C.,oeii6nfeldt ( tospec* •Mon —^..... i .. J -_—j.^W-' 2B, Jay t). Rush, Inspection — Duane 0. Jacobson, Inspec- 'Hyslcian . Jose*pA\J. Straub, A c Joseph M-sawM*- " Leo J* GflMfeirAttoraey" Delia'Weitej 1 , Attorney -"->"" Joseph M. Rooney, M.D., Exam. JPhyslelan -***,*.*,.*-**.•. > *$, j. cj*Iei f , AjSotrtey .>A.~ Jo Nays: None. Motion carrU_. i Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by A. M> Kollasch that Wages of '- '-' ' ' . > Im'meTi-faH $10' 'per 7.60 10.00 Payroll Fund, Court 'Payroll . 1,578.28 .''' 25.01 ayro un, or ao . , David I<, i ShumWay, Court • 4 Costs ^IiUi.Vi.^-1.— ii^-jiuti ' \, ..Dr. Camerfift C. Shlerk, MaV r > or's Fdes -i.L --..^-.ti.-'-i-*: „ 7.00 Ul B f wo ^....W..J..kA....S.»...*—*• Delia Weltef, JVP.'Fees *. Ralph Lindhorsl*, Serving War- fcf a- OstwlnkfoT j7p7¥ees."!l ilia Welter, J, P. Pees .... ilia welter,'J. P, Fees'—M:— ___ . Fees J.—. Fees........ y Charles Plathe that, insurance. Will Gustln property be award- Month and Helen, Lalng- be raised. $5 per month. Ayes: All/ Nays:* (NOnfi. Motion carried. -* ' \ . l Motion by Charles Plathe and seconded by Jens Sorensen>thajt A. N. Erpeldlng be allowed a refund In the amount of $9.85 for acres not "deducted Eor road purpdses. Ayes; f All'. Nays.' None.' Motion . carrledi - / Motion by Jens Sdrensen and seconded b on the ed to Home Federal for one year. Ayes: All. Nays: None", Motion carried, • Mdtlbn by A. M. Kollasch -and' seconded by Charles Plathe that', ttte !leldmen on the Weed Commission, have their work terminated as • of August 1, 1081 arid ~the Weed ..CortV nlssloner finish his annual W6ed' re- lort. Ayes: All, Nays; N.pne./^.MoUon carried, . " t- Motion by Jens. Sorensen- and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the second quarterly repor,t of Mayor P. J." Schiltz, Bancroft, be approved. Ayes- All. Nayst None. Motion cfirri?d. Motion by Charles 'Flattie" ana seconded by' Jens Sorensen that .Thermo~ ?as Co., of AlKona, install a large Gas Tank at the County Home. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by A. .M.. Kollasch and seconded by 'Jens Sorensen that the •County replace, in- as good condition,! the ferice involved In road 'grading on the Steven Baumann farm In. Section 21, Whittemore Twp. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by Charles Plathe that Herman Rachut, Burt, be refunded Taxes erroneously paid on W',i Lots 1-2 and all of 3-4-5-6-7-8-9 Blk 8 Sub. DiV. Of O. L. .8 Sec. 24-87-20. Ayes: -All..,Nays: :,-, OstwmKie, J.F. Fees, i- <B.UI i Welter, ff, Fees .*.— 6.0C .7.00 >,I.OO 3.0i 2,0 2,0 3iOC 3.0 , 15.0 ,6,0 6.0 6.M . , ______ Harmltoif Printing, Supplies l. • » ' DRAINAGE FUND George, Wichtettdahl, :Dr. L'. E. Wildin. Df. 9 :'„•_-" Francis Kbllasch, Dr. 9 9 — Wm,.Runohey, Dr. 9 Wm. Runehey, Dr. o Winkel & Winkel, Or. 9 Adam Heiderscheidti Dr. 61 — iljchael J, Wagner, Dr. 61 Killer Lumber Co,, Dr. 61 Sd's,Dralnage Construction Co., Vdam. ttefdeSohetdCDrTii'-Z Michael J. Wagner, Dr. 83 John Thompson, Dr. 83 Clement Crahan, Dr. 94 Albert Christensen, Dr. 94 Clement Crahan, Dr. 116 Albert Chrlstensert, Dr. 116 —' » Photo Prtettefc Cfl.,, S^J« iej . ........ v ........ ort L. Winkel, Comm. on frtes ...... j _____ ii- ..... Hayden, Mil«fl« ...... DfuQ, Subpllis .* ..... Soft Watef, Waw — , _ 11.68 ,..,,. 254.62 57,05, . 1.15 6.QO a o , — . . E Swanson, MwtitKl — , 4-' i Weber, Meeting ...... «.' ird Persartde,- Mefttleo — ,,V. Johnson, .Mestinfl- ... '.'Plathe, Meeting ........ ':r Glawe, Meeting' -----Arndorfer, Meetino ---E. Froehllch, Moetlng -.« in Weber, Meetlny ......* i«hard Mawdsley, M«etlny . .bWard Ranney, .Meeflpg ...^ 'rands Froelkh, Mcetlhg .... !i/fft>ugh's Corp.; Malntenahee loeh Bros., Supplies _.i..» k - Mtney Bowes, Rent slorth 'Cent. Pub. Serv. Co., • Gas:*.-.— ....—uj'-.. .Irtflman Paper Co., Supplies . •I. W. Bell, Tel. Serv. -1-^— iurroush's, Supplies *....*--.. •~"t Parrott & Sons Co., Sub« .lies -i...—i. ._.Jr & Chambers Co., Supplies (llpto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies , <och Bros,; Supplies ------- 4utzell's, Supplies Mdfton Machine Works, Plate 'Ifrtay-.Bowes, Maintenance — lufrough's Corp., Maintenance Johh Uhlenhake, Bond i...i Algona Flour. & Feed, Supplies, Alaona Tree Serv., Tree Work, John M. Schutter, M. ! D,, BlOttd .Test ----- _._,-.J~ Roy M. Turner, M. D., Blood Test .1 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 25.00 36.34 90.10 22.00 67.85 272.91 8.19 635.60 29.89 . 6.44 45.6C 3.18 1.00 121.0C 820.60 10.63 11.45 45.00 7.50 10.00 Arr*lc^H«tra!rfl)ef,' Uhpr — 268.41 •*ri. Johfti, ,Ubor *„.. ---- ... 325.87 G«ofB« W. RocWef, Labor ^-. 277 .Ot lerVMefigSr, LabOf ^..i...* 28^.82 Ulph MarklO, Lfbof ....... 266.9 Jfb»n N*urath, Labor ...... 277.01 .O>im,'. Labor:.'— —..-.. 258.27 Stockwcll,, Labor .. ..... 285.88 Charlei Thompson, Labor .... jarnes:W»IVer, Labor ....... Henry Zwiefel, Labor .. ..... John Ellef Jr., Labor ...... Clalenee Hentges, Labor a.... Clifford Holmes, Uabor ' 298.6 or ms, ..... Herbert.C. Nollli, Labor — . Gedrga C. Sfutier, Labor ---- JanKes W. Schultz, Labor ---Lloyd ScNIIer .......... -J.- Thursday, Sept. 14, 1»6t Alfldita (lt».) Upper P« Wide P. "Hanson, Roof Repairs 719.62 ShUrhway, Kelly & Frlstedt, Dr. 185 - -J-—— kD. Hart, Dr. 185 —J-— _W. Seonoy, Dr. .185—%.— Upper, Des .Moines Pub. Co., "Board Proceedings' .-- —.-Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., 30.00 30.46 7.50 116.33 js.Budget Estimate, semi-annual, ;' ietc, --. ,180.55 **? ,.'*„,.* L '.'•_ i; 'i" •- .( ' •• Advance pub. Co., Budget Esti' mate --, <-—---i— Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.; » ....Supplies «.—.—--. --- Uriper Des Moines Pub. Co., ,'iSupplles The Kossuth County Board lot Supervisors, meeting in regular session Tuesday, August; 1, 1961, at the KOST rath County, Courthouse* hereby moves and resolves as follows: Be it resolved that tne alley located between Lot Six f 6>, and Lots/ Seven (I). Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten (10), iieven UD and UXeive HZ), of Biocx Five (5) In the Incorporated Village of Irvington, , Kossuth Cqurjty, ;low,.. be tilosed and that; a 'hearittg ;on paid aiosinfr of said alley be fixga andfset on September 1. 1981, at 10:00 . A.M. in the board room at the Kossuth. County Courthouse, Algona, Iowa, and fiat me notice of said closing and hearing thereon be oublisnno tn » r< «paper of general circulation in Kos- jutti Counvy, iowa, at jeast Ml orior to Scotember 1, 1onj and the Kossuth County Auditor notify uwoy i.oi».u.^iluu 5 V certified mail addressed to the State Highway Commis- j.on, Des Monies, Iowa. •Moved by Charles Plathe that said resolution be adopted and seconded jy Jehs Sorensen. On callrof the chairman the following vote was recorded: Ayes: 5. Nays: ' Board of Supervisors by the Chairman, John Rode. It was motioned that the following claims be disallowed.^ vl. G. Bourne. M.D.. Medical .-9 14.25 3t. Ann Hospital, Medical ..... 160.52 It was motioned that payment of claims 'allowed at this meeting of the persons and firms listed immediately following be ratified, allowed, and confirmed. REjrUNDS A. N. Erpelding, Erroneous 12.5 4.9 4.9 4.9 4,9 33.1 75.0 17.00 17,00 2.45 402,00 11.90 ' 11.90 40.00 8.50 6.25 18.70 illSr fLari,'j3T'."a3'-1~^-'—-~ .' 105?i7 3. J. Seeney,' Dr.. 133 , „- • 35.00 fohn Thompson, Dr. 133 28.00 V. M. KoUasch, Dr. 166 5.0U Shumway, KeUy Sc Frlstedt, Dr. 166 • J, 30.00 John Thompson, r>r. EK 2 11.00 3. D. Hart. Dn EK 4 -—*.».„ 15.96 S. Js Seeney, Dr. EK 4 —I 5,43 Secondary Road,Fund, Dr.:2-36 57.94 Shumway, Kelly r & Frlstedt, ' > Dr. HK 8 -,—t-i.* '- :~ 42.50 LeRoy R. Elberti Dr. PAK 1 - 68,15 Tohn Thompson,' Dr. PAK 1 „ 10.46 Darrel De Groote, Dr. 145-61-1 29.50 SECONDARY ROAD FUND North Central Public Service, Gas „ .— 4.19 Advance Publ., Co., Supplies . Bancroft Regiiter, Bid. proceedings, Seml-Annual, etc. Gordon L. Wirikel, Expenses -..• Kossuth Co. Treas., Bounties, Donald M. Wood, Mileage „ POOR FUND Frank• Vera, Rent _--•—--—- vlllo Durant, Rent Harvey Rath, Rent *oV B|ustrorri| Rent •6. R. Cook, Rent --Mrs. Sarah Harbour, Care 8. "Keep. ; — W. A. 'Hedrlck, Rent , Marvel Immerrall, MH'ifl 6 * »-i Mike Koppen, Mileage -_--.-Charles ^Schroder, Fuel — - — • Ndrth cent. Pub. >Serv. Co., - Gas —I— :---.^-—'•', Mg7 Mun. Ufll., Utilities—. St. 'Ann Hospi, Medical -.--• lohh M. Schutter, M. D./ Medi-,. C. L. Plott, M. D., Medical M. G. Bourne, M. D., 'Medical University Hosp., Medical ... ..i.i.L.j.._i_. D r ua ( - Medical -i: RIcKardson, Medical S"M: Rooneyl-M. D.;, > : , . ___ , --------------------Peter Bohrofen, Condemnation -394.00, ' ' , ilmer- Dole.' 'Co,,' Grdvel.Proj. . ,, .. .531 (2) &'MaintKNo. 4 7 i-i._ 24,725.22. Sverds Bros,, ProjJ^No., 811 (1), No. 312 (1) ,^1.:.J— - 31,629.46 Sverds Bros., Proj. No. 1139 (2) ___ , _____ r ___ ! ____________ '... 23,039.38 12.45 ___ , _____ r ___ .. Algona -Municipal Utilities, . Utilities-- -• — — — — -il^-- . Everds Bros., Proj, 506; (2) •.*.- 28.042.42, p. & M. Stone Co.: Inc. '}8i- WelP ' ; & McCarten, Cover Agg.;i,':2,883il6 ~ , 17,039.83. 11;469.66 Agg.;i,': 71 ?f) i.U, Everds Bros., Pro], 507.._ iverds Bros.; Pro], No. IK . . FabeY Construction CO., Gra^ ., . Proj. No. 329 (3) ...—...ii- 13,608.00 Payroll Fund, Sec. Rd. Payroll 15,290.23 Concrete Products Corp., Pipe 300.32 Everds Bros.j^Jnal: P.rcfe.Noi.,-:.9 511 (1) . .—— 2, Everds Bros., Final: Proj.'No, , 79 (2) — 1,931.52 H. ". Alderson. Clay Pit 250.00 P. H. Thompson, P-7 & Dozer ; Vvork - 97.50 the State lald hearing 1.645.00 Starts THURSDAY for one week ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 SAT. MATINEE 1:30 SPECIAL "AFTER SCHOOL" SHOW THURSDAY AT 4 P.M. Its StriC% 3 .A wonderful of adults with dreams and teens with schemes PARENT TRAP! ' "V"- VT^CIWIIPCIIIW^'' , „_ >*^ — * * V-.»5D»&> s *E?**»..j»?* t '^»*...* Q OMfl PLUS - Color Cartoon KIPOI65 tuPta lutzell's,. Supplies Guyer's Gamble Store, Supplies Arnold Motor Supply, Parts ._• Standard Oil Co.. Fuel - SImer Dole Co., Final: Proj. Standard Oil Co., Fuel fohn Thompson, Road Work _ Cent Motor to,. Parts Plumbing, Parts Wm. Schupfer, Clay Pit ' 200.00 All Wheel .'Drive Co., Chloride 12,944.73 5.78 10.16 17.97 24,48 1.005.5!i 74.02 168.00 46.13 ,.57 6.75 5.20 18.33 19.50 6.50 325.00 1.66 4,673.14 ?.76 11.75 ' : .D.rug, Medjcal, —._••_<- kefsferi Cllivic. "Medical ----'Dan L. Bray, M. D., Medlca C. D. Snyder, M. D., Medical - • Miller Pharmacy, Medical — Larson Drug, Medical, , 76.26 . 72.50 10.50 .6.65 272.92 175.18. 105.75 31.14' 30.00 40.00 35.00 24.00 25.00 15.00 ,10.00 25.90 ' 77.35 7.50 13.38 24.43 367.34 135.75 ,318.75 56.25 98.50 39.91 21.75 85.75 115.66 46.00 21.00 63.00 38.06' 6.65 40.74 256.91 265.55 288.51 267.80 288.51 39.27 Oyfii Waih'e'f, "labor".""".—. 307.61 C. E. Zau«g, labor u 333.33 "1, C. Christiansen, larbor & •rhlletfge —L - ..-- 38 *4i tlehry Elbert, labor & mileage .. -40.74 John A. Larson, labor & mileage 386.23 Marvin Lalller; labor & ml eage 40,74 Antott Sorensen, labor & mileage 354.73 Erich Wlllrett, labor & mileage - 288.91 Noble L. ClfoufclV labor & mileage, 288.41 Ferdinand Meyer, labor & mileage . *-- - 257.41 RoeM E, Miller, labor & mileage 288.41 Edward Rleke, labor & mileage 287.11 Orville Welland, labor & mileage 298.11 On motion adjournment was taken until August 24, 1961. Attest: Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor, John H. Rode, Chairman, Board of Supervisors BOARD PROCEEDINGS SPECIAL JUNE SESSION 1961 TWENTY-FIHST DAY AUG. 24,1981 > The Board ot Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were John Rode, Chairman, and Jens Sorensen, Charles Plathe and A. M. Kollnsch, Absent: Charles Newel. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens Sorensen that a price ol $250.00 be set for the used graphotype. Ayes: all Nays: none carried. Absent: Newel ; Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens Sorensen-that Soldier Exemption and Homestead Exemption Claims be approved as allowed by the Board of Supervisors on July 26, 1961. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Absent:. Charles Newel HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED uarduii viuvj, ...WY,.«. .------- ; Mallary ,Drug Store, Mod cal . 18.70 . *, itf?f~-. i-^Jti. Hi . rt • JkJ Arll-I < J. Drs. Coddfng"ton"«I iNofthup, Medical .. 1- -----Dr. O'Brien, Medical _.:— '. — Cowing Fooo; Ma'rt, Medjcal -- Vpgel's . Groc.,~ Food --; Cbnsuniee's, Food' tHbods S,uper .Valu, Food '- J uncil Oak, ! Fopd ,*—-^ •eway Stores/;Food —.:--,, u0 d's- Cash :store, Food, ---Chappells Super Market, Food Bjll's Market, Food J, C. Penney Co., Clothing — S 8. L, Clothing . Fonsral .Womaf ..Closing*^ ^;"6IfCo",""FueT"I •mi Home. Finding Society, 27.50 13.85 10.00 35.00 70.00 128.00 59.00 94:00 .Buffnlo," 1 to 74 Inclusive except. No. 20, 40 Burt, 1 to 62 Inclusive, except No. 43, •53, 55 ' . Cresco, 1 to 80 Inclusive except No. 3S Eagle, 1 to 41 Inclusive exdept No. 2, 33 i- union, 1 to 75 Garfield; 1 to 68 Inclusive except No. 14, 40, 58 German, l.to 81 Inclusive except No. 8, 42, -18 - ' " Grant, 1 to 34 Inclusive except No. 0, 32 Greenwood, 1 to 58 Harrison; 1 to 57 Inclusive except No. 19 " "• ......... Hebron, 1 to 47 . • . IrVlniston, 1 to 74 inclusive -except No. Lddyar'd.'l.'to S6-,ihclusiye except No. Lincoln, 1 to 50 inclusive except No. 21 LOtts creek, 1 to, ( 66 inclusive except LuVerne, 1 :tp/36 inclusive except No. Plum Creek, 1 to 43 inclusive except Portland, ''l to 60 inclusive except No. 0, 33, 59 , , Prairie, 1 to 69 Inclusive except No. 21 Rimsoy. '1 to 55 Rtverdale, 1 to 68 Inclusive except No. 21, 26 . Seneca, 1 to 75 inclusive except No. 35, 52, 87 Sherman, 1 to 45 Inclusive except No. Springfield, No B i to 41 Inclusive , except Go is Good Sam.' Honje,' Care fkeep ---' '.!---I? Sam. Home, Care 8. Keep UOQU' Qplll. riuuiti, v.ui»» *^ •'• — !Ho»?/of Good Shepherd,,Care Minerva Curtis, Care & Keep - Dclmer Plathe, Hay 'ayroll Fund, Poor Payroll ra Dutton, Corn Shelling Mgona Locker Plant, Rent -- Thermogas Co. of Algona, Fuel Cresco Light & Power Co., Elec. l^UUJK a i-luinutilK, *-n*wj — Cook's Welders Supply, Supplies : Wesley Viking Oil Co., Gas — Hardware, Elec. & Plb., Sup' plies, 'Parts Iron Out, Inc., Bulk Iron Out Town of Tltonka, Eleqtric Service ; Leonard Harmon, Dragline — :owa Electric Light & Power Co., Electric Service Everds Bros., Road Work .uVerne Building Co., Tile —j • Mix, Supplies , ------ .— . Barclay Co., Supplies ......... 133.65 Clement Crahan, Labor ...... 61.20 Albert Christensen, Labor ---- 18.75 Consumers, Supplies -------- 4.17 !owa Public Service Co., Electric Service — ...... --------- 5.00 grouse Cartage Co., Supplies _ 11.20 Mgona Weld. Works, Repairs 52.76 West Iowa Telephone Co., Telephone Service ---------- — — 7.52 Algona Implement Co.. Parts . 172.86 vl. E. Jones & Sons, Parts — - 4.60 Hilton's Super Service, Recaps & etc. - ..... - ...... -------- 237.54 Miller Lumber Co., Supplies .. 4.94 Hock Island Lumber Co., Supplies ....... _________________ 20,94 Root Hardware, Supplies ---- 15.38 Jim's Canvas & Uph., Repairs 21.50 Fergie's Super Service, Parts & Repairs ________ ...... — „ 54,09 Greenberg Auto Supplies, Auto Supplies - ..... ------- — — — 148.54 - ..... ------- — Trupke Electric. Repairs — — Algona Mach. Shop, Repairs .Art Priebe, Supplies ------ -D-X, Oil - ..... --- ...... „ Taylor Instrument Co., Supplies Fenton Lumber Co., Supplies . West Bend Impl., Parts ..... Northern Lumber Co., Supplies Peterson Radiator Serv., Repairs Arthur Doyle. Gravel _-.,,'j,, Martin Oils Inc., Fuel -..4.. 26.05 14.30 4.05 43.45 4.79 26.31 69.56 17.54 8.55 84.00 Standard~"dll 'Co'.', Fuaj .-~,~JL. 1,9<I8'.19 Herman M. Brown Co., Parts , 331.83 Central Ipwa Tel. Co., Tel. Serv. ,— 20.05 N. W. Bell Tel., Tel. $erv, -- 49.20 K. & H. Cppp Oil Co., Fuel - 228.85 Paper Calmenson .& Co., Gra- •- 3er Blades .—-,— 2,921.27 Williams, r Parts .., 7a " Town of West Bend, Elec. Serv. Thonias Co., Chain -l.->- Dukehart-Huahes Tractor 4< Equip. Co., Parts Gibbs-Cook Equip. Co., Parts & Repairs ,--, —. Walter Logemann, Gr«v*l --, Sieg Ft. Dodge Co., Parts -Hobarton Elevator Co., Posts , Swaney Equip. £o.. Parts — We/.erhaei4ssr £9., Supplies -Lyman Auto Supply, Parts ,Elsbecker Standard Prpducts, Pump & Fuel Iowa Machinery fc Supply, Supplies- —i Algona Impl. Co., Parts Bohannon Insurance, Insurance Cohn Bros., Supplies Gcplerud Lubricants, Lubricants, Brown Supply Co., Supplies — Iowa Stare Highway Comm., 1.25 402.06 116.92 122.78 1,656.00 126.51 64.80 229.55 11.17 55.34 58.40 14.40 3.40 1,138.27 103.43 38.28 239.89 wa §t?t Iowa §t?te Industries, Sign* -Boons Bi^nk BOO,!*. Co., Supplies Snge-Qn, Tctpli" -----------Fort Pcdge Machine & Supply Co., farts , T . ....... ----Leo % MfSwe., "Road Wort -, Jamof H. Mprryman, Labor, t, Equipment ... qOUNJY FtfNO ent. Pub. Serv. Co., GAS n. Uft., •ptil.tie*' ?•% Om 4.76 204.25 2.23 32.33 51.55 382.50 221 .00 4.8! 153.41 300.00 32.15 98.89 Payr« - unty Payroll , st, Board & 3.U „...„_.., Soft Water - — ack Golla, Supplies rederick Hdwo., Supplies - f Hutzell's, Supplies --N W.' Bell Tel. Co., Supplies ohn M. Schutter, M. D., Mcdi- Honsbruch Drug, Medical — Alg. Weld. Works, Repairs .- ensvolds, Parts Klein's Farm Supply, Feed hompson Dist. Co., Parts -Algona Imp. Co., Parts Hegarty's Plb. 8, Htg., Repairs Algona Mach. Shop, Repairs .Orville Duncan, Subscription -Algona Locker, Butchering -- Consl. Coop. Creameries, Dairy Prod. Council Oak, Food Consumers, Food M. •«. J. R. Hakes, Supplies -_ Finn's Bakery, Food M. & J. R. Hakes, Supplies Diamonds Surplus, Supplies -. C. Penney Co., Supplies -S & L, Supplies Standard Oil, Fuel ' Drs. Shey & Cotten, Vet Fees Hobarton Coop, Elevator, Sup- •pllas Algona Flour & Feed, Supplies Ernie Williams, Parts Algona Imp. Co., Parts ' PAYROLL FUND Dr." Robert Bralnerd, Deputy Medical Examiner Mildred Butzke, Assists the Treas. Joan Mueller, Assists the Sheriff -Heiko Clapp, Co. Homo Ali?e CJapp, Co.- Home Murl Jorgenson, Co. Home — Hulda Jorgenson, Co. Home _. R. K; Beck, .Probation Officer L. C, Rovn, Probation Deputy Dean G. Parrott, Court Reporter Lola Scuff ham, Registrar Raymond Wisnpm, Jr., Court Reporter • 15.00 20.00 2.98 2.45 30.00 31.69 65.00 29.00 67.00 80.00 219.00 176.00 960.00 20.00 12.00 25.50 234.35 24.50 10.00 9.16 1.59 19.90 6.00 208.56 2.70 11.22 61.80 29.37 3.20 135.40 9.45 2.75 92.45 284.80 24.74 23.15 152.19 68.40 197.18 20.41 117.54 23.43 180.74 146.00 155.32 135.00 538.94 25.07 18.15 72.36 102.94 U2.12 142.12 133.35 Svvon', 1 to 51 Inclusive 'except No. 22, 42 ' Union, 1 to 66 Inclusive except No. 27, 32 ' Wesley, 1 to 57 inclusive except No. 22 Whittemore, 1 to 62 TOWNS Algona, 1 to 1257 Inclusive except No. 17, 24, 66, 74, 82,. 84, 112, 128, 150, 165, 223, 286, 305, 323, 341, 363, 374, 332, 422, 429, 437, 443, 457, 478, 484, 497, 508, 547, 564, 617, 628, 646, 651, 660 694, 714, 718, 728, 729, 754, 783, 809 829, 832, 847, 892, 919. 1000. 1018,; 1024 WO/n— 1103, 1137, 1210, 1218.- " •^-"*' BMicrort, 1 to 221 inclusive; except, No 55, 61, 77. !)7, 99, 187, 180, 207, 214 Burt, 1 to 155 inclusive except No. 3, 0. 24, 30, 64, 80, 110, 118, 142, 144 Fenton, 1 to 135 Inclusive except No, 22. 34, 55, 61, 105, 133 Lakotn, 1 to 133 inclusive except No. 9, 77, 78, 92 . „ Ledyard, 2 to 74 inclusive except No 20, 52 Lone Rock, 1 to 43B inclusive except No. 31, 42A, 43 LuVcrne, 1 to 11-1 inclusive except No. 20, 07, 72, 83, 84, 88, 104 Swea City, 1 to 225 inclusive except No. 32, 39. 48, 49, 50, 64, 106, 163, 1U4, 197, 203, 215 Titonka, 1 to 180 Inclusive except No. 44, 76, 91. 162, 178 Wesley, 1 to 125 inclusive except No. 13, 47, 60, 63. 117 Whittemore, 1 to 187 inclusive oxecpt No. 16, 21. 25, 45, 64, 134, 151 SOLDIER EXEMPTIONS TWPS: Buffalo, 1 to 33 inclusive except No. 26 , Burt, 1 to 27 inclusive excep pt No t No. Fern V. Miller, Court Reporter Charles Plathe, Meetings 8. 113.96 100.01 50.24 •30.55 72.30 56.85 429.14 466.83 A.': M.'.KollMCh, Meetings I Mileage John H. Rode, Meetings & Mileage ,--- 453.69 Charles H. Newel, Meetings V Mileage 469.08 Jens M. Sorensen, Meetings S, Mileage 372.12 T. A Fisher, Weed Commissioner Folkert Stecker, Weed Commissioner Clarence,-E,, Priebe, Weed Corn- John Eatton, Weed Commissioner John E. Smith, Weed Commissioner R. A. Harvey, Weed Commis- Andrew Reding, Weed Com- missipnqr H M. Smith, Engineer John Fraser, Assists the Engi- Hazel Anliker, Assists the Engineer — James Hoffman, Rodman Claire A. Boltz, Court Reporter Harold t. Bjartehard, Labor -Ed Blanchard, Labor J W. fturneft. Labor Alvm Ewlng, labor Dale Nelmers, Labor A J. Kollasch, L 9 bor Anton Kardojes, Labor 216.10 150.05 319.13 267.00 129.96 290.75 227.01 703.23 464.32 209.35 236.50 61.73 288.51 258.27 264.08 303.47 277.01 339.02 271.38 281.57 283.61 256.91 258.31 302.13 549.93 340.5V 293.61 Cresco, 1 to 53 inclusive except No. 5, 21, 27 Eagle, 1 to 20 Fonlon, 1 to 32 Inclusive except No. 8, 25 Garfield, 1 to 35 inclusive except No. 16, 21, 31, 33 German. 1 to 29 Grant, 1 to 25 inclusive except No. 3, 13 Greenwood, 1 to 32 Harrison, 1 to 30 Hebron, 1 to 26 Irvington, Al to 38 inclusive except No.5, 8, 15, 20 Ledyard, 1 to 32 Inclusive except N6. 31 Lincoln, 1 to 27 inclusive except No. < Lotts Creek, 1 to 37 inclusive except No. 9, 12 LuVerne, 1 to 27 Inclusive except No 10, 19, 20, 26 Plum Creek, 1 to 20 inclusive except No. 7 Portland, 1 to 28 Prairie, 1 to 35 inclusive except No 2, 5 Ramsey, 1 to 26 inclusive except No 2, 22 Riverdale, 1 to 31A inclusive excep No. 8, 19, 20 Seneca, 1 to 35 inclusive except No 25, 29 Sherman, 1 to 34 inclusive except No 27 Springfield, 1 to 18 Swea, 1 to 40 inclusive except No. 11 27, 36 Union, 1 to 30 inclusive except No. 3, 4 Wesley, 1 to 37 inclusive except No 8, 12, 20, 24, 25 Whittemore, 1 to 31 TOWNS: . „, Algona, 1 to 521 inclusive except No 9, 11, 23, 40, 63, 100, 101, 104, 108 109, 145, 181, 197. 207. 214, 271, 274 277, 331, 361, 382, 386, 422, 446, 463, 465 472. 473, 485 Bancroft, 1 to 84 inclusive except No Burt, 1 to 59 inclusive except No. 31 41. 43, 44 L „ Fenton, 1 to 26, inclusive except No 6. 16, 24 Lakota, 1 to 30 Ledyard, 1 to 20 inclusive except No 2. 5 Lone Rock. 1 to 16 LuVerne. 1 to 39 inclusive except No 18. 24. 34 Swea City, 1 to 69 inclusive except No 8, 15, 20, 53, 54. 56. 66, 73, 77, 80 Titonka, 1 to 50 inclusive except No 8, 21, 26, 28, 31 Wesley. 1 to 48 inclusive except No 17, 24, 26 Whittemore. 1 to 67 inclusive, excep No. 4, 23 ' ' ' • • , On motion adjournment was taken until August 28. 1961. Attest: Marc Moore. Kossuth County Auditor John H. Rode. Chairman, Board of Supervisors BOARD PROCEEDINGS SPECIAL JUNE SESSION TWENTY-SECOND DAY AUG. Z8- 198 The Board ot Supervisors met pur suant to Adjournment. Those presen were A. M. Kollasch. Jens Sorensen Charles Plathe and Chairman, Join Rode. Absent: Charles Newel Motion bv Jens Sorensen and sec onded by Charles Plathe that Hegartj Plumbing Company be awarded con. tract W install a new pump at th County Home lor $92% installed. Ayes all Nays: none Motion carried.. Absent Charles Newel. On motion adjournment was take until September 1. 1961. Attest: Marc Moore, " ~Wfe CWWJJUAH*^**'• iW.ftWKi Cliarnnan, 4*3535 -^ Yaur THUENTE'S ARE SHOOTING FOR LOWER PRICES DURING CIVIL WAR DAYS! I/ t\t£ ON ALL REVLON PRODUCTS '/3 Off NORWICH—250-count bottles ASPIRIN 2 F 0 R Reg. 59c ALKOLAVE RUBBING ., ALCO NOW 39c Reg. 69c PLAYTEX PULL-ON BABY PANTIES 2.99c Reg. 8?c PLAYTEX , SNAP-ON BABY . PflNTfES 2 »1-49 Pharmacy COMING NEXT WEEK THE PUBLIC SHOWING of ALGONA'S FIRST ALL-ELECTRIC GOLD MEDALLION HOME One more week and you will be invited to visit Algona's first all-electric home. We believe this will be a real treat for all home-lovers. It's a split-level home, with a very interesting kitchen, lighting of the latest type, a kiddies' room you'll like, lots of special features, and the entire home is heated electrically, In addition, you will find the interior of the home furnished in a most stunning decor. •• 'Open House' dates will be Saturday and Sunday, September 23 and 24. Watch for the complete details next week! Algona Municipal Utilities AMU Means You Own It!

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