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Molne» " Garfield 4-H At Zaugg Home ';* The Garfield Hustlers met at James and Martin Zaugg's place, 'JTeb. 5th. Dick Schmidt .was elect;^ed coach of the basketball teams, "Marian Metzger gave a demonstration on tractor safety. Art Mogler !&nd Duane Metzger reported oil "4-H camp. Jack Schmidt was elecl- "fed as officer at large. *, After the meeting the club studied a model motor which Sidney •Banwart and Galen Metzger as- "fcembled. Lunch was served by Mrs. Os- Zaugg. Board Proceedings ' "* ' 4 N. W. Belij'f'eleprioiii 1 Service lutzeil's, supplies *_** ........ Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Sup- . Boorte BWnk B66K CO,, Supplies ___ :^ ______ »i.-Ai'i-4— . ---- KHpto Printing Co., Supplies i E. Davenbort , &• Co., Time Lock inspection 1.*-....- ---Merrill Office Machines, ;Matn- 1 tenance ....... »...*..- ------IBM, Maintenance .... ... ...... Blossom Insurance Agency, Bonds >—..-•.. --_----•--- ...... LuVcrn* Insurance Agency, Bond * ---- 1 ---- -— - ------ ...... Algona Insurance Agency, Perkins & Muliln Agency, A. M. KoliMCh7lBond~(3 Yr.) Jens M. Sorensen, Bond -----Dr, Schultz & Schultz, Blood A. c! Tr'audtrBeV inspector .. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Proceedings Swea City Herald, Ad Bancrbft Register, Ad .- — Advance Publishing CO;, Tax 268.48 4.80 203.03 11.00 13.34 p.I5 35.00 30.00 200.00 40.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 47.25 17.50 10.00 111.72 80.03 5.88 5.60 09.20 176.93 BOARD PROCEEDINGS £ Regular January Session FIRST DAY JANUARY 2, 1062 9:00 A. M. The Board of Supervisors met pur- 'suant to adjournment. Those present ""were John Rode, Chairman, and Charles Newel, Charles Plathe, Jens Sorensen, •and A. M. Kollasch. Absent None. It was motioned that payment of "claims allowed at this meeting of the ^persons and firms listed immediately following be ratified, allowed, and 2,130.75 753.00 327.20 70.60 . 1,423.38 . 365.55 4,001.45 ,-North Central Public Service, ^MRrJna"""MunTclpar""Utflifie¥,'' Utilities 17.48 Payroll Fund, Road Payroll „ 1,678.33 .Payroll Fund, Road Payroll — 12,609.80 ^Wayne Ostermann, et al, Gra- *James~~H~."Merryirian, Labor, Management, and Equipment "Faber Construction Co., Pro«• jccts 328 (3), 534, 533 nEverds Brothers, Final: Proj. 501 (6) ...-.-- 4,186.21 Elmer Dole Co., Final: Pro„ jeet 70 (1) 5:t5 (1) 533 (2) .. 1,031.82 "Jvt. T. McGuire & Co., Final: Proj. 532 & 535 Everds Brothers, Final: Proj. No. 503 (5) —-—- 3,242.52 ••Everds Brothers, Final: Proj. e No. 1130 (1) ..--—- 1,498.63 Everds Brothers, Final: Proj. No. 2170 (1) 3,889.97 J 3 . H. Thompson, Final: Proj. « No. 531 .Jake R. Gigler, Gravel -. Robert Hamilton, Gravel Istandard Oil Co., Fuel Standard Oil Co., Fuel Tiieg-Fort Dodge Co., Parts .„ West Iowa Telephone Co., Tele. "• Service •Cook's Radiator Repair, Repairs Swea City Oil Co., Fan Belt .. Ufeterson's . Radiator Service, ; Elm e e P r al DolerCoT Fl'nif ."Proj". No. 8 —- ---- 664.69 J>. & E. Electric, Parts & He- •Cook'a Welder 7 s"s"upply. ¥up"Heavy Dufy"Co7,~~ChaTn "Hobarlon Coop. Elevator Co., *** Cool -- ---— Farmers'Coop. Society. Coal ..Sankey Sand & Gravel. As«« phalt -Cullen Hardware, Supplies — - Alfiona Implement Co., Parts Town or West Bend, Electric „, Service . --- fcrnold Motor Supply, Supplies Jtilton's bupcr Service, Tires & Fuel __ - - - l.Oo.i.51 ,fiorth Central Public Service, 547.04 6.92 5.50 3.25 8.55 30.70 13.20 604.25 24.21 47.18 21.60 5.44 2.04 2.17 '"Gambles, Supplies _„—---— Iowa Public Service Co., Elec• trie Service Adam Heidcrscheldt, Labor ... •Root Hardware, Supplies 'Iowa Electric Light & Power - Co., Electric Service -Frank D. Fisher, Repairs Standard Oil Co., Fuel Colin Brothers, Inc., Parts .... Brothers, Parts & 8.28 5.00 8.50 57.23 4.33 21.95 69.85 64.26 Dahlhauser Brothers, Parts &; , Repairs --------- -- ---------- 28 - a4 Clement Crahan, Labor ------Bell's Saw Shop, Parts ----- Algonn Machine Shop, Parts -'Goplerud Lubricants Inc., Fil"McFall "Plumbing & Heating, Parts -------------- - ---------Herb J. Isebrand. Fuel .......... James H. Merryman. Labor, - Management & Equipment Standard Oil Co., Fuel .-. ..... Standard Oil Co., Fuel -----.Percival Motors, Repairs .. Frown Supply Co., Supplies . .Swaney Equipment Co., Paris Reynolds Machinery Co., Paris .Fort Dodge Machine & Supply Co.. Repairs . ......... ------ - Deilcring Imp., Parts . . - - Ko'->;ut!i Motor Co., Repairs .P R lions, Parts .-..-- Allen Equipment Co.. Supplies 'Knssulh Co. Implement Co., Parts . . ........ - -- -----N.\V. l.iell Telephone Co., telephone Scrvk-p ...... - - Iowa Machinery ^ Supply Co., 8.50 8.70 5.95 57.81 1.85 74.37 806.00 58.32 54.1111 18.M Gordon L. WlnkeT~E~xpenses Humboldt Hardware & Appll- ince; Snow Plow - 285.00 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Mental Health Institute, Medi- nnl rnre & KeeD 635.97 BANG'S DfSEASE FUND Dr. D. G. Qutst, Inspection .-_ Dr. P. C. Gellenfeldt, Inspoc- Dr. J. K~."Hiii,~ Inspection Dr. D. J. Shey, Inspection Dr. R. E. Weber, Inspection — Dr. E. J. Capesius, Inspection Dr. J. K. Hill. Inspection Dr. A. W. R. Lichter, Inspection Dr. D. J. Shey, Inspection Dr. J. R. Waite, Inspection --Dr. A. J. Gotten, Inspection — Dr. T. J. Lcnsing, Inspection Dr. Jay D. Rush, Inspection — LIBRARY FUND Charles E. Merrill Books Inc., Books -— E. P. Dutton and Co. Inc., Books 1.00 8.00 78.00 4.50 41.00 3.00 25.00 44.00 46.00 2.00 52.00 19.00 43.00 ttazel Anllkef, Assists Engln- eiko -ciapp P "co:^ame":::::: Alice Clapp, Co. Hbme - ..... Murl JorgenSOH, CO. Home ... 133.36 ur , . ... . Hulda Jorgetison, Co. Home - 123.25 Mary ElleBh Lamprlght, Assists the, Treasurer -— -- — Joan Mueller, Assists the Sher- Dean"O."Pai : foIt,"Court"Repor- R. 1 H. "wfspomT Jr7, ' Court Re- Fe P rn r v' Milfer,"Court"Heportcr Claire A, Boltz, Court Reporter L. C..' Rovri, Probation De- Cnarles "ft" "Newel", "Meetings & Mileage —-* ----- IA ---- -—-'-Jens M7 Sorensen, Meetings & iviilcace ,. __________ . ------A. 'M. Kollasch, Meetings & Meetings" & Mileaffe -.- __________ ----John H. Rode, Meetings & Mileage ------- *-- ..... -----Clifford Blanchard, Labor ---Ed Bldnchard, Labor --------Noble L. crouch, Labor ------Clarence Herttges, Labor ----- Arnoiu Hamzmger, Labor ---- 142.10 06.30 56.30 67.04 62.43 62.60 107.31 445.78 357.83 485.25 4i8.07 Bancroft Register, and tfppef -Des Moines Publishing Co. be the KossUth County official papers. Ayes! All. Nays' None. Motion carMed. . , Potion bv Charles Newel and seconded by Charles Plathe that 4th Ouar- ?"7y wjorui ot l«Bi be aBproved for Justice of Peace and Mayors. Ayes: All, Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion bv Charles Plathe and, seconded by John Rode that cancellatlori of tax be allowed Wm. Ristau, LuVerne, Inc for taxes on a building assessed twice. Ayes: All. Nays: None. MotloW Ca Th'e d 'refund for Burton and Hanson was tabled. Ruth 273.87 263.74 300.02 278.37 /ii iiuiu **«(...-.«.-, — • i —™ »>rtii n *' Don Hainzinger, Labor 30J.84 Earl Johns, Labor -,...-. "" "George W. Kockler, Labor ...^ Ferdinand Meyer, Labor 328.8.5 298.66 262.64 Raymond Baade, Labor 266.87 J. W. Burnett,' -t Ljt Labi or 279.87 E. M. Downs, Labor 2 i!f ?i Alvln Ewing, Labor 251.18 Dale Helmers, Labor - 2B8.*9 Cliilord Holmes, Labor 289.92 Anton Kardoes, Labor 281.8o A. J. Kollasch, Labor — 328.25 . . Ralph Markla, Labor ----- -— Hen Metzger, Labor ...... L— IPERS, 4th Quarter IPEHS, 4th Quarter S. S., 4th Quarter S. S., 4th Quarter IPERS, 4th Quarter S. S., 4th Quarter IPERS, 4th Quarter '-• COURT FUND Payroll Fund, Court Payroll Delia Welter, J. P. Fee Ralph W. Lindhorst, Mileage . Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Court Costs Advance Publishing Co., Supplies _„--„-------Art Thllgcs, Corn Picked Aleona Locker Plant, Rent — Culligan. Soft Water — Certified Elec. Division, Sup- 4.35 1.50 46.55 4,414.13 4,799.36 131.17 54.60 170.25 177.63 683.44 10.00 3.06 25.00 19.30 25.00 30.00 24.50 25.81 102.30 77.76 . 269.53 , ..... 300.42 Roelf E. Miller, Labor ........ 272.74 Urban Neuroth, Labor — . ---- 295.63 Herbert C. Nellls, Labor ------ 304.11 Lawrence A. Newbrough, La- Edward"Rlcke,""Labof"riIII-— 301.41 John Sehueler. Jr., Labor ---- 279.44 Lem Stockwell. Labor ........ 298.15 George C. Studer, Labor ; ----- 277.74 James W. Schultz, Labor . ---- 304.11 Charles Thompson, Labor ---- 268.27 George Weringa, Labor ...... - 300.14 Orvllle Wetland, Labor ------ 312.81 James Walker, Labor --------- 324.58 Cyril Wagner. Labor ---------- 329.04 Erich Willretl, Labor ---- ..... 287.24 C. E. Zaugg, Labor ----------- 354.38 Henry Zweifel, Labor . ------- 290.43 On motion adjournment was taken until January 2, 1962 at 1:00 P.M. JOHN RODE, Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: MARC MOORE, Kossuth County Auditor, BOARD PROCEEDINGS FIRST DAY (1:00 P.M.) JAN. 2, 1962 The Board of Supervisors met pur- .Aiant to adjournment. Those present were John Rode, Chairman, and Charles Newel, Charles Plathe, Jens iorensen, and A None. A. M. Kollasch Jhalrman, John Bond Approved. plies ,--Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies Larson's, Supplies .-—>:-"The Minnesota Chemical Co., Supplies race-Lee Products, Inc., Supplies R. M. Harrison Co., Supplies Cullen Hardware, Supplies — N.W. Bell Telephone, Telephone Service 22.55 Honsbruch Drug, Medical ons J0 St. Ann Hospital, Medical —John M. Schutter, M.D., Medical 7.16 111.24 5.95 17.75 205.49 203.04 Heiko Clapp, Mileage Alsona Implement Co., Parts _ Pratt Electric, Parts & Repairs Fox Shoe Store, Repairs Hegarty's P. & H., Repairs ... Orville Duncan, Subscription . 7.50 25.20 2.83 57.76 13.25 51.05 4.95 M & J. R. Hakes, Supplies — 248.90 Consolidated Coop. Creameries, Dairy Products 254.06 Finn's Bakery, Food 71.28 Council Oak Store, Food 58.93 Algona Lockers, Butchering _- 76.30 Standard Oil Co., Diesel Fuel - 375.51 13.90 42.94 169.35 Penneys, Clothing Diamond's, Clothing S. & L., Clothing ----Drs. Shey & Gotten, Vet. Fees Hobarton Coop. Elevator, Vet. City of Afgona7Taxes ....—- 5J3.42 Payroll Fund, Court Payroll - m « nn Robert Donovan, Rent Ray Davidson, Rent Harvey Rath, Rent G. R. Cook, Rent Sarah Harbour, Rent Wayne Decker, Rent Am'os Krominga, Rent ._ Marvel Immerfall, Mileage — Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities - - — North Central Public Service, Gas Charles Schrader, Fuel - IrvlnRton Coop. Light — Power Co., Electric Service Kollasch. Absent: was sworn in by H. Rode, and the . 711.8(1 58.30 12.50 li.'.jll 119.11 20.15 17.411 Fergie's Service, Fuel Honsbruch Drug, Medical Paulson Drug, Medical -.. --John M. Schutter, M.D., Medl- Un'ivcrslty Hospitals. Medical . Dr J B. Osher, Medical L H. Fuller, M.D.. Medical ... Hi-o *.• C. V. Lindholni. M.D.'s, Medical -- -O'Connell Bros. Drug, Medical ,iui .,i.,muii uruK Co., Medical lenry D. nuchholz, Medical .. M G'. Bourne. M.D., Medical . )usk Drug. Medical Holy Family Hospital, Medl- i. ..... - - — Gibhs Cook Equipment Co., F.<iuipm ( 'nt ......... Viui.il E:iiupnient Co.. Parts Li;. in-hard 1. umber A: Hardware Co., Supplies _ Central l.iwa Telephone Co., Telephone Srrviri- I'olslni-d Lnn.lier Co., Supplies 1 VIM, in Autu Supply I'o.. l''u<l. Kenneth Ruwlet. l.:,l/or Altfotia Weld inn Woik . He- ,. 3H.5I1 Joe Bradley Equipment, " Ettu'l'rii'ieil't' V'o'.', Inc., Parl.i T-'en':; tiii. S'.i-'oUf .V HclKiir.i Herman M. Brown Co . lienair.- H-n-o Worth.inilon, Wcldlllii Diamond Po.nl :vjw - J..c.-: Shop. Kep.nr.i - - • V.'e\t|-ii.ie,i-.cr Co.. Spikes J. li. Srimt.i'i-. Part* Andi-ivon M \'him- .Shop. Parti <..,rce>il,.Tj! Amo ri-.i;i|il.v. S.ijp- Kent M'l M.-iurii-e ur ''<•'•• 1'ai'ls Kullasr-li. Sl' - 'Nortlieru l.uir.hiT Co.. Sunplies I'eiilial li.wa iiur.il Telephone Co. Telelihone Servlee '!"iiiiii',-, i Teleplione ''u.. Tele- phi, ne Se.-viee J. t'.. Ilkena * Co.. Parts (•nilNTY FUND 21 'It •II. 55 216. 1 ir, ^H on IB'i.JS 7511.21 497.8J 34.44 HIT 5.00 13.7'i 4.81 4.61) 3U1 7J 22K.11 1.25 1 ai . D. E. Dunn, M.D.. Medical ... IJr li. K. Richardson. Medical r J. Euan. M.13., Medical St Ann Hospital, Medical .-_ Dan L. Bray. M.D., Medical .. Joseph M. Rooney, M.D.. Medi- f" 975.00 25.00 35.00 35.00 25.00 15.00 20.00 30.00 68.96 21.15 47.58 7.50 55.13 21.89 74.75 34.53 1110.13 05.35 7.00 30.00 30.00 2(1.70 12.20 24.00 212.00 174.51 361.75 40.00 45.00 21.0(1 269.60 1.50 4.50 50.00 35.00 20.0(1 70.00 75.0( 100.01 115.45 20.51 Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by Charles Plathe that Jens M. iorensen be appointed Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of 1962. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel that Charles 'lathe be appointed Manager at the County Home and Farm. Ayes: All. "ays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Plathe and seconded by Charles Newel that Jens Sorensen, Milton Norton, and Burnetta Bohannon be appointed to the Social Welfare Board of 1962. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by John Rode that A. M. Kolasch be appointed assistant overseer at the county farm. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that $150 be trans: erred from the General County to the institute Fund. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. | . Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John Rode that $304 be transferred from the Domestic Animal Fund to General County Fund. Aves- All. Nays: None. Motion carried. 'Motion by Charles Plathe and seconded by Charles Newel that amounts of cash in the following offices be approved. Ayes: AH. Nays: None. Motion carried. «,. O ,H r= B Treasurer $4,916.56 Recorder — - None Clerk 15.00 Auditor None Sheriff None Assessor — None Motion by Charles Newel and sec- nded by Charles Plathe that banks nd amounts for officer's be approved s submitted. Ayes: All. Nays: None <lotion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and sec- nded by John Rode that lists of oanks and amounts of deposits submitted by Treasurer be approved Aves- All. Nays: None. Motion carried 'Motion by Charles Plathe and sec onded by Charles Newel that fourth quarterly reports of Auditor, Recorder Clerk, Sheriff and Treasurer, be ap proved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mo ''°MoUon r by Charles Newel and sec oncled by John Rode that the Advance Motion by A.iM. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Plathe that refund in amount of $8^.91 be allowed to---Attain C. Menke on SW'.i 34-69-29 Harrison Twp. on an open ditch. The 1981 rotund will be abated. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried, Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John Rode that rfelko Clapp be appointed first couple at the County Home and Merle Jorgensort 2nd couple. Aves: AH. Nays: None. Motion carried. 'Motion by john Rode and seconded bv Charles'Newel that H. M. Smith be hipomteu county Engineer. Ayes: Rode, Newel, Plathe. Nays: Kollasch. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that John D. Fraser be appointed Assistant County Engineer, Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mo- U< Motion r by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Plathe that Hazel Anllker 'be appointed Clerk in Engineer's Office. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. , , , Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Plathe that Marvel Immerfall be appointed Overseer of the Poor for 1962. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Plathe and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that Helen A. Laing be appointed in the Relief Office. Ayes: Alf Nays: None. Motion ^Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by John Rode that Leonard Warner be appointed Janitor of the Courthouse for 1962 and that Edmund Ford be appointed assistant for the year 1D62. Ayes: All. Nays: None Motion carried. . , .' Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Newel that Carl Pearson be appointed Drainage Clerk of 1962. Ayes: Rode, Newel, Plathe. Nays: Kollasch. Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Plathe that County Nurse be appointed at the same salary as last year and the appointment given o Joyce Hayden. Ayes: Newel, Rode, Plathe. Nays: Kollasch. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by John Rode that January 10, 1962, be set as the day "to inventory the county farm and home. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel that Joan Mueller, Clerk in the Sheriff's Office, be raised to $1.25 per hour. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded Brick House .„**.*..."-*.*...<...-""——-.-.ii-«»i*««"—— Bam „__„.--—-——->-— **..*— ——--••—— Double Corncrlb & Granary .—-.--+——*—».,.---——.---•• Hog House ..-----L-.-.i-i,-.—»*.».-»—.^---j^—i..™--— <•--" -: Heir House ~—.-,^—.-——--< --*-—,•* ---•>-. Cattle shed *.+.* -..,....-.. *.***..«——••>-—-•> ---Straw Shed _.i.^-i»-—..--<.-*—• ^^..i.*.-.--— »•Machine Shed , : ..—*—-i-——Garage i—«— ———».----—— Two Steel Bins - -—:—••--.» *—— Two Brtfddar Houses — ».i—*•.——-.* -,-— ' —"•*—----Portable Hog House .- .. ii .. i -...^-.-————-—-__ ; ' / KITCHEN UTENSILS & EQUIPMENT , " ' '. 2 Coffee PotS —-~*—-iJ— -— .—— »--' ' --"-- 1C Water Pitchers -.—» — •• 3 Iron Frying Pans ' -*— 1 Kitchen Bench -~ -— 1 stop stool . • ---—*—-.— * — I Metal Frying Pan ; — -— — """ 8 Dippers •:...<..--** ; 4 Stainless Steel Dippers —— — 5 Large Spoons > 1 Kitchen Range -. — ""' 2 hlectric Stoves •1 Long Iron Roasters 3 Roasting Pans -—-— -* 2 Butcher Steels : ti Muffin Tins , :— > —-" l Double Boiler . : 14 Pie Tins • 8 Dust Pans . 1 Tube' Pan . 7 Aluminum Cake Pan > -4 Hound Cake Pans -— 8 Dish Pans *— 1 Stainless Steel Utility Cart -— i ;—1 Step Stool -— . 5 Ironing Boards & Covers — 2 20 C}t. Kettles 3 8 Qt. Kettles 2 6 Qt. Kettles -...-—— 2 Refrigerators 5 Rinse Wash Tubs ..—. 1 Washing Machine 1 Laundry Machine Extractor 1 Mangle 1 Tea Kettle r —- — 1 Deep Freeze 4 Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls — 1 Elec. Mixer & Attachments II Paring Knives — : 1 Egg Beater 1 Potato Masher — 1 2 Butter Cutters 2 Egg Sllcers 1 Four Qf.~Kettfe*"~III~I - 1 Can Opener -. 1 Cheese Cutter 2 Colanders 1 Pop Corn Popper (Elec.) _ 43,560.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 075.00 150.00 78.00 250.00 350.00 185.00 200.00 300.00 101,446.00 7.50 e.oo 3.00 3.00 . 1.00 .25 2.10 4.00 8.00 10.00 450.00 90.00 4.00 9.00 1.00 1.95 2.50 1.80 3.00 .79 3,50 2.00 6.50 25.00 B.OO 50.00 1.75 1.00 1.00 225.00 18.75 25.00 900.00 15.00 1.00 150.00 , 5.00 30.00 .65 3.00 2.00 . .30 1.00 30.00 8.00 20.00 .90 6.00 8.50 2,157.34 " Case Dates — 3 Cans Carrots 6 Cans Pork 4 Cans Green ---6 Cans Green Beans Waxed 66 2 10 5 2 1/4 15 Lbs. Powdered Soap (Powdered) .* Gal. Bleach — .—' "" Cans Floor Treator Cans Cleaner -— Cans Furniture Polish — Barrel Ozonlde * Steel Cupboards 3 Steel Mops STEWARD OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1 Wooden Desk 1 Swivel Chair — - ' 1 Steel File Cabinet 8.00 16.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 2.50 160.00 11.00 1.80 20.00 2.50 .75 9.00 22.00 5.00 264.55 50.00 15.00 50.00 APARTMENT EQUIPMENT 3 Double Beds & Mattresses I Chair EMERGENCY RELIEF HOME 115.00 75.00 5.00 4.00 84.00 250.00 by Charles Newel that Feb. 1, 1962 be set for the machinery letting for county equipment. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carired. Motion by Charles Plathe and sec- nded by Charles Newel that county mployees be raised $.05 per hour and ick leave to be 5>i days and Vacation 14 days and seven holidays. Ayes: lode, Plathe, Sorensen. Nays: Kollasch. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and sec- nded by John Rode that the following jonos be approved: Ayes: All. Nays: ^one. Motion, carried. A. M. Kollasch Donald D. Jorgenson Doris Williams VPt-nn Aldi-'r.h Elizabeth Galbraith X.eo immertall Mildred Butzke Mildred Butzke Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Newel that the following monthly cash allowances be set for 962 as follows: Wm. Huff. Sexton $ 8.66 Evelyn Cady, Algona — 100.00 Mary Baker 25.00 Sharon Baker - 25.00 Martha Gifford, Hurt-— 25.00 Mrs. Harry Spongberg, Algona - 25.00 Rose Marie, Tom and Helen Hansen 45.00 Soldier's Relief —J. R. Cogley 10.00 Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried On motion adjournment was taken until January 10, 1962. Ayes: All: Nays ° n jENS M. SORENSEN, Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: MARC MOORE, Kossuth County Auditor. 2ND BOARD PROCEEDINGS Special January Session DAY JANUARY 10, 1D02 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Jens Sorensen, Chairman, and Charles Newel, Charles Plathe, A. M. Kollasch and John Rode. Absent: None. The Board of Supervisors met at the Kossuth County Courthouse and then went to the county home to make the annual Inventory of the farm and home. INVENTORY OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM TAKEN HOGS 7 Hogs 36 Sows 2 Boars 9 Pigs W $35.00 50.00 i 90.00 . 15.00 - $ CATTLE 28 10 6 11 18 1 Dairy Catlle f< $200.00 Hellers — 2 yr. <« 150.00 Hellers — 1 yr. <" 100.00 — Yearling Steers (« 100.00 -_- Calves "' 25.00 Bull ..-! 300.00 — 245.00 1,HUD.Oil 180.0(1 Kia.ull 2,'JliU.Uu 5,600.00 1,51111.011 OUO.UO l.UIU.tflJ 450. (Jll 300.00 DINING ROOM EQUIPMENT 12 Tables 44 Chairs 33 Plastic Juice Glasses 41) Plastic Tumblers 9 Salt & Pepper shakers - 1 46 Soup or Cereal Bowls 32 Other Deep Bowls 10 Sugar Bowls — 1 Cream Pitcher — 36 Glass Sauce Dishes 13 Tablespoons 41 Stainless Steel Forks 41 Stainless Steel Knives 48 Stainless Steel Teaspoons 4 Stainless Steel Tablespoons '— 150 Plastic Plates, Cups & Sauce Dishes 26 Glass Sauce Dishes — 1 Piano 1 Buffet 27 Metal Glasses 12 Syrup Pitchers STAFF DINING ROOM 1 Table - 1 Buffet — 11 Chairs 2 Table Pads 2 Table Cloths - - - -' 1 Set Dishes for eight 1 Set Silverware lor eight : _ PROVISIONS 13 Packages Blueing 1 Case Corn Meal 1 1/4 Case Quaker Oats 2 No. 50 Bags Flour — 200 Chickens in Deep Freeze @ $1.00 1 Case Prunes 500 Lbs. of Meat in Locker ft $.50 9 No. 10 Sacks of Sugar 1 1/3 Case of Soup 1 1/2 Cases of Coffee Canned Fruits 400 Bu. Potatoes @ $1.00 r 1 Case of Marshmallows ; —-;• _ WARD ROOM EQUIPMENT , 1 Hospital Bed — 28 Beds 43 Mattresses 43 Pillows 74 Pillow Cases 110 Bed Sheets 53 Wool Blankets 4'J Cotton Blankets i 71 Spreads 3 Bureaus . 1 Heating Pad 1 Studio Couch 13 KocKers 2 Wheel Chair 1 Pair Crutches 1 Barber Chair 1 Strait Jacket 3 Night Shirts 9 Wool Bathrobes 1 Book Case 3 Radios 73 Bath Towels — 2 Clothes Carts 1 Sewing Machine 1 Section Screen - - 4 Bed Pans - 10 Rubber Sheets 50 Washcloths 2 Davenport & Chair Si-ls 2 Mattress Covers -- - " 23 lUiirt Towels 4 Table Lamps 1 Floor Lamp 1 Fnd Table — 1 Dressing Table & Chair 39 Chairs 2 Reading Tables - 110.00 44.00 3.30 4.90 .90 23.00 3.20 1.20 20 .60 1.00 5.00 8.00 10.00 1.20 123.00 2.60 10.00 5.00 B.75 4.80 On motion a ATTEST:. Marc was taken until January 12, , Kossuth Co. Auditor Chairman .BOARD PROCEEDINGS THIRD DAY JANUARY 12, 1962 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Jons Sorensen, Chairman, John Rode, Charles Plathe and A. M. Kollasch and Charles Newel. Absent: Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by John Rode that budgets be allowed for Aid to the Blind In 1962 in the amount of $3.289.33 and to Aid to Dependent Children in amount of $17,214.23 and to Aid to Disabled in amount of $816.65. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John Rode that the wages of employees at the County home be raised to $20 for first couple and $10 for second couple per month. Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Newel that Dr. Snyder be appointed Kossuth Co. Medical Examiner for the year 1962 Ayes: all Nays: none Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until January 16, 1962. ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth Co. Auditor Jens M. Sorensen, Chairman, Board of Supervisors BOARD PROCEEDINGS IHT> riAY - JANUARY 16, 1962 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Jens Sorensen, Chairman, and Charles Plathe, Charles Newel, John Rode and A. M. Kollasch. Absent: none Motion bv John Rode and seconded by Charles Plathe that contract for 500 copies of the 1981 Financial statement be awarded to the lowest bidder. AVes: all Nays: none Motion carried. 'Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by Charles Plathe that the County Nurse be paid $40 per month more for the year 1962. ($250) Ayes: Plathe. Newel, Sorensen Nays: Rode and Kollasch ' ... On motion adjournment was taken until February 1, 1962. ATTEST: Marc Moore, County Auditor Jens M. Sorensen, Chairman, Board of Supervisors SPEAKING 1,023.88 lOO'.fafl 560.00 301.00 23.00 37.00 100.00 60.00 50.00 l.'f.llS 8 511 11)0.11(1 3000(1 •AU'iii-'i Mllliii-l|Ki] Ctllltli-'s, • Utilities I'uyniU l-'uiiil. C'Miiiity Payroll. Posl Oifli-e. .(-in:, Hent f o^oilth C'u. TreitsLnor. llmmly ayroll Fund. Cuunl.s 1'avroll a'lph W I.lndhor.-,!, Hoard .t LnfJ^e Pn.si'JlLTS Kalpll W. Llndhor;.!. Meals .^ • k Mileage -Donald M. Wood. Mileage . Tom's T.V., P.ii-1 N.W. Bell Telephone Co . Tele. phone Service •Cordon L. Winkel, fun, mission On Fines Joyce Hayden. Mileage Culligan. Suit Water Xullen Hardware, Supplies .Frederick Hardware. Supplies Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies Hood's Super Valu, Supplies Pratt Electric, Parts .. ... 'Robert C. Dunn. M.D.. Medical " (Autopsy) ----Lu Verne Twp. Clerk (Howard J. Curry i, Meeting ........ Elmer Kubly, Meeting ....... 'Edward G. Hof, Meeting ------ 3errv Boekelman. Meeting ---Henry Sleeker, Jr.. Meeting -.Henry Mayland, Meeting ------•John R. Sleper. Meeting ------ •J-Iulzell's. Supplies ------- ... ---Panama Carbon Cu.. Supplies Carl Pearson, Meeting - - - 161.21! 36.113 7.7UO.lt) 1H.45 118.55 2.526.8S 1 Oil .69 17.55 .2.1 184. til 57-Ori 0.01! .71! 8.74 41 At 2UO.OU 4.01 4.1 4 ill 4. HI 4.1)1 4.01 4.00 1.9fa 20.15 36.00 38.00 58.W , •Buriit'Ua Bohannon. Meeting Milton C Norton, Meeting — Worth Central Public Service, fj-ic ______ __— —*•-!•-•»"••• I? *•«*** Hoods'Super Valu, Food Cowing Food Mart. Food .. llnoUa Cash Slore, Food .-. Voxel's. Food . . . . . Council Oik, Food Con:;im er'i, Pood -.at i<i:d L.imoer Co. Coal S!..nii.-nU Oil Co.. Kuel - . (> X Kumriv, Fuel .. . Vik-n:' Oil Co., Fuel IS-St H-<t,.-irton Coop. Elevator, Coal 14.T Si ir.d.'irf! Oil Co.. Fuel . ... - 55.0' L'lU'tran Hoine Findings So- i-ietv. Care A- Keep 100.6 !!ov-' .% fiiil:,' Home. Care & (,;,,,,, . 85.01 Dei'ii r il'.ev. Care & Keep ... 115.T Ah'on.4 (jnfitl Samaritan Home. Care ^ Keep - 2i>.« Marian Home, Care & Keep . 1.11..) Hoi- e 01 '''»•(• Good Shepherd. Care & Keep 80.0 Slate of Iowa, Aid to Depen- it Children .... ... 1,270.5!) State of Iowa, Aid to Blind Fund . . -- 2W.1I!) ,-.u- ol Iowa, Emergency lle- lief ... - 2M- 37 Stale 01 Iowa, Aid to Disabled Fund .... . 47.63 SOLDIER'S RELIEF FUND Mrs. E. Hehnkendorf, Rent ... 25.01) North Central Public Service Co., Gas - . - -- - 13.-1!) owa Public Service Co., Elee- ir.c .Service - 13.U8 lonsbruch Kexall Drug. Medical ...... 17B.15 John Foil), Hent - - - 4.1.00 Dioessler's Market, food 1215.00 Council Oak Slore. Food .. 196.00 Rusk Drug & Jewelry, Mecii- •al ... - ....... 14.45 Welp Drug Slore. Medical . 12.80 Hobarton Coop. Elevator Co.. Coal Advance Publishing Co., Supplies . - -Mrs. Emma Dre.ver. Hent . 90.00 DRAINAGE FUND P A County. Dr. 4 - ija.10 LeRoy Elbcrt. Dr. !i . . . 84.00 Francis Kollasch, Dr. '.) 4.'JO Gco Wichtendahl. Dr. 'J - . . 4 !)0 Win. Hundley. Dr. » 4.00 l.eland Wildm. Dr. !) ... 4,1)0 Ed's Orainage Construction Co., Dr. VI - 8U3.7B P. A. County. Dr. 32 - WU6 John Thompson, Dr. 7^ . . 2110 John Thompson. Dr. 8'i 13.00 Upper Des Molnes Publishing Co., Dr. Si! . 15!l.:«i Buchanan Ahslracl Co.. Dr. «:i 14000 Bot.slord Lumber Co . !)[•. l^li Shuinwa.\. Ki'ilv. KriMcdt. Dr. II!.") Ko.s-illth Co. General fund, Dr. 180 . 1,1)00.00 Ko.vsuth Co. General i-'und Dr. 185 Advance PuljilshniK Co., Dr 11. K. 8 10.60 Slumiwav. Kellv & Fristedl Dr. H. K. a PAYROLL FUND 74 POULTRY 300 Laving hens '" .75 HAY, GRAIN. Sc FEED U.OOO Ku. Corn "• .|5 3,500 [ill. Oats " .51) 175 Ton Ensilage <» 10.00 l.Uud Hales Hay i" .55 .-.. 600 liu. Shelled Corn <" 1.75 ___ --1 Ton Hog Feed <<i U'J.OO 11,276 MACHINERY 1 4-How Plow - --1 2-Row Corn Plow 1 I. H. C. 460 1 4-Ruw Planter 1 Electric Drill 1 Farinall H. 1 11)50 Ford ?i Ton Pick-up 1 Three bottom Massey-Ilarris Plow -•1 Two bottom Plow -•- 1 Threshing Machine it Drive Belt 1 Potato Digger • 1 Side rake 1 Endgate Sueder - .- -- -- -••1 Spring Tooth Harrow 1 Manure Spreader 2 Farm and truck wagon boxes . . 1 Hamniermil| with drive belt . .. -1 Fanning Mill 1 Tractor Disc - -- 1 potato Planter 1 Giain blevator 3 Sell Feeders . _ 3 Strain-jrs 6 Tun Gal. Cream Cans <" $3.00 . —. 3 Eight Gal. Cream Cans <•' S2.00 ... 5 Five Gal. Cream Cans (" $3.00 1 Surge Milking Machine (lour units) ._.. — 1 Cream Separator .- - 1 Stalk Cutter -3 Hog Fountains 1 Litter Carrier 1 McConnick 10' Binder 1 McConnick 7' Mower — 2 Chicken Watercrs >" $2.50 4 Chicken Feudcis »! $2.00 1 Hog Chute 1 Four Section Harrow . .--. 1 Manure Scoop 1 Corn Picker ~1 Water Heater Other shop equipment and hand tools: Grindstone. 2 ladders. 1 Wheelbarrow. Spades, Wire culteis. SI i etchers, Scoop shovels, Dnl shovels, Log chains, Ten torks. '}.\tt melal baskets, Three axes. Cross cut buck and hand saws. Four scythes. Six 12-qt. pails. Hog troughs. Scalding kcttl.-, Picks, Corn Knives, Crow bais, Hammers. Pipe wrenched, Pinchcis, Brace & bits, Belting, Two lawnmowers, Gas pump and tank ._ - !).550.00 H, M. Smith. Engineer .. 703.« Jobll'Jfi'd^trt A.»;jl:>U Engineer _ 501.7( 4,500 0(1 1,750. (1(1 1,750 III) n;iu l)>i 1.1)50.110 :t:i tiu 100 00 50 00 4,000.00 400. cl() •In 00 4iiO.no 300 .Oii 30.01) 5'.) '.10 300 DO 50 III) 12300 1:> Oil 50.110 5V5 00 200 00 ,)0 Oil :i."> no f)U HO 5 00 2''.., uo 150 (HI 3 (10 1<| 00 i; no l:'i 00 1!|0 00 ISO 00 1.15.00 UO 00 Wl 1)1) 100 Ou 75 110 5 1:0 a .00 10 00 50 00 2"." MII 5000 ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS 1 Case Tissues 2 Cans pwanul: Butter 2 No. 25 Sackii of Beans 10 Boxes Graham Crackers -10 Boxes Soda Crackers _ 3 Boxes Starch •1 Poxes Spic & Span - Case Mixed Fruits - -- " 1,087.10 5.25 .80 450 5.90 4.0(1 1.50 4.50 2.72 MISCELLANEOUS D, Kill.UO . 15000 2.500.00 - . 700 00 ... 42500 - 300" - - 775110 1,1)00.40 20.00 0,500. -10 LAND & BUILDINGS County Funu (2.40 Acres.) a SaOU.OO 1S.OW.WJ situ : aoo.oo Transformer & Eluc. Wiring to house Water System Fruit Cave ......-_.. Cix-sco Light Ht Power Shaie Oil Burners <« $5.00 Emergency Dynamo Power Plant Water Pump for Furnace Heat Lamps (:> $1.00 - RY AUCTION I will sell my herd of dairy heifers on the farm located six miles north of Estherville on Highway 17, then four miles east, or three miles east of Huntington, on Friday, February 23 - 1:00 p. m. - HEAD OF CATTLE - 54 11 First Calf Heifers, just fresh; 10 First Cftlf Heifers, to freshen before sale date; 20 First Calf Heifers, to freshen in March; 2 Purebred 2-year-pld Angus bulls; 11 Calves from above heifers. MILKING EQUIPMENT - Surge 4-unit Pump with Pipe Une; 2 Surge Seamless Buckets, AUCTIONEERS NOTE - These heifers are from northern Minnesota and are Bangs vaccinated. Good uddered heifers. Half of them are either fresh or will freshen soon. ysual Auction Terms - No Property To Be Removed Until Set- Fpr _ Not Responsible For Accident?. KENNETH STEVESON, Owner Clark, Clark & Miner, Auctioneers Iowa Trust & Savings Bank, Estherville, Clerk THE CHANGING JCENE SO YEARS AOO.THE UNPREDICTABLE OLD STOVE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR MANY RUINED MEAL*. LONG, LONG AGO THE OLD KITCHEN KANGE WAS PERHAPS THE "HEART OF THE HOME" , . . BUT THE WOOD-BURNING MONSTER HAD ITS PROBLEMS FOR THE WOMEN. Today, electric ranges, made to fit any size kitchen, are one of the most treasured items of a modern home. Nothing does it like ELECTRICITY . . . economy wiih safety. If you're planning to build, or to modernize, you should Investigate the many advantages of ELECTRICAL HEAT. Algona Municipal Utilities "LlVi BETTER E1ECTBICMIY"

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