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fla.) Upp*r Bit Watftfi thowefey, March 7, The Prince Albert mat became- „ fashionable in America in 18fiO. Farmer-: State nfter it was introdurrd hv Prince' "' ' Albf-rt. lati-r Kmt: Kdxvard VII. Board Proceedings _ BOARfc *>fioctr.t>mas Fltrt r>»y January 2, 13S» R*9»1«* JnnuRtf Session 1557 T^f Board of Supei visors f! Kos- Ounu. Iowa, met pursuant to pnjoumrrwit In regular session. Those present were H. S. Si-heppmann. Chairman in the Chnir. mid members C H Newel. .Ten? M Sorensen. John M Rodr and A. M. Kollasch Absent- Nor>e. On mollon the Board proceeded to Audit and allow plnim* The Board mc1 for the reading of the minutes for October. November, and December which were read and approved. All business to be transacted by the Board of Supervisors having 'been completed on woticn by A. M. Kol- Insch and seconded by John H. Rode the board adjourned for 1956 until 1:00 p.m January 2. 1957. H. S. Srhcppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors Attest: Marc Moore. Kossuth Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS Fl»» Day 1:00 p.m. January 2, 19S7 Regular January Senlon 19S7 The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, met pursuant to adjournment in regular session. Those present were H S. Schcppmnnn. Chairman in the Chair, and members C. H. Newel. Jens M. Sorenst-n. John H. Rode and A. M. Kollasch. Absent: none. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by A. M. Kollaseh that C. H. Newel and Jens M. Sorensen. the new officers, be sworn In. Ayes: all. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and second-ed by A. M. Kollasch that Henry Scheppmann be appointed to act as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors for the yenr 1957. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that Jens Sorensen be appointed Manager of the County JParm. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that John Rode be appointed as assistant manager of the County Farm. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode that C. H. Newel be appointed member of Social Welfare Board. Ayes: nil. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by John H. Rode that Al Buchanan be appointed as a member of Social Welfare Board. Ayes: 'all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that $150.00 be transferred from Genera] Fund to Institution fund. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that the following cash on hand be approved. Ayes: all..Nays: none. Motion carried. Clerk of Disrict Court 15.00 Auditor 104.00 Recorder None Assessor None Treasurer 4.930.10 Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by John H. Rode that H. M. Smith be appointed Engineer at a salary of $650.00, and Jack Fraser be appointed Assistant Engineer at a salary of $460.00, and Hazel Anlicker be appointed in the Engineer's office at a salary of $230.00. and Rodman paid $1.00 per hour Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that Marvel Immerfafl be appointed Overseerer of the Poor at a salary of $275.00 per month, and that Corrlne Burgener be appointed as Clerk in the Relief office at a salary of $230.84 per month. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that Carl Pearson be appointed Drainage Clerk at a Salary of $325.00 per month. Ayesi' all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that Leonard Warner be appointed Custodian of the Court House at a salary of $325.00 per month. Ayes: all, Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by John H. Rode that Joyed Hayden be appointed County Nurse at a Salary of $210.00 per month. Ayes: .. 150,000.00 e H.inR. Whiftrmove 150.000.00 Staff Rnnk of Lcdyard. INfdyarrt ....... 200.000.00 First Trust & Savings Bank. TVnfnrt Office 180.000.00 Titonk.i Savings Bank, Tifonka _ 200.000.00 Exchange Stntc Bank, Wesley 150.00000 Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by c. H. Jfewel tti.it the following days Or approved ns legal holidays for county employees: New Years C'hriMmas, Orel.i rat ton T)ay. July 4th! Thanksgiving and Good Friday.'Ayes: ."ill Nays: non?. Motion carried Motion hy C. H. Newel and seconded by .fens M. Sorensen that !he following wages be siM for County Employees -- Ayes: all. Nays: nor*. Motion carried. Harry Helmke -..-. County Help ._ Howard Esser 130 Shop 1.40 Dragline IjTiruic! Stockwcll 120 per hour Hai Ian Wichfendahl ' " Tony Kollasch . ~...*....^ Motion b\ C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that Ralph Brown (County Farm Steward) be given a salary of $300.00 per month and Walter Goist I2nrl coupled a salary of 8250.00 per month. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that January 9. lf'57 be set to Inventory County Farm at fl:00 a.m. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and second- ™vvcl a i •nsen 1 cd by Jens M. Sorensen that J P reports of N. J. Nemmcrs & Fred Dutton be approved. Ayes: all. Nays- none Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newel that the payment of the claim's allowed at this meeting of the persons and firms as listed immediately following be ratified, allowed and 'confirmed. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Hutzcll's. supplies T ; , ft 25 LuVerne Tribune, notices 2 OC Upper DCS Moines Publ. Co., special ballots _ 1200 Bancroft Register, bonus ballots 317 OC Advance Publ, Co.. special ballots .. Swea City Herald, special ballots ... 7.55 45.95 1.00 5.60 2.15 2!). 10 3.83 ~- 44 6£ Kohlhaas Hdwe.. suppV 1!J 4.1] Clean Towel Service, towel ser. 9.75 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., phone ser. 247.92 Jcnklns-Fergemann Co., supp. n.2 1 ! Koch Bros., supp. 34.27 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supp. 37L64 Esther C. Slgsbce, election exp. Lewis Bosma.t election cxp. __ Anton Becker, election exp. . Farner-Bocken Co.. supp. Harris Janitor Supplies Co., supplies Certified Electric Corp.. supp. Hutzcll's/ supp. 5.00 Advance Publ. Co.. supp. ____ G9.31 Ed Hoffa Typewriter Exchange, repairs _______________________ 63.00 Herbst Ins. Agency, bonds.. 35.00 Algona Ins. Agency, bonds ____ 5.00 Blossom Ins. Agency, bonds.. 34.5( Dr. H. D. Meyer, B.A.T. examinations ___________________ 70.00 Algona Reminder, notices _____ 1.9C Advance Publ. Co., notices ... 3.64 L. W. Nltchals, expenses _____ 124.82 L. W. Nitchals, expenses ..... . 135.49 Long's Studio, supp. ________ 3.65 F. W. Mcdhurst. parts, Labor & mileage ____________________ 44.gt L. W. Nitchals. comm. on fines 478.9E Joyce Hayden, mileage ______ 64.96 United Variety Store, supp ____ Rusk Drug & Jewelry, supp.-- . P. R. Irons, supp. _____________ 19.7C 4.8f 1.85 Sorensen Grocery, supp. _____ Fareway Stores Inc., supp. ____ 3.3C 3.32 all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by C. H. Newel that cash allowances be allowed for the following: Minnie Steinman --------------- 30.00 Evelyn Cady --------------------- 75.00 Wm. Huff ______________________ 8.66 Gusta Winkle .*. ............. — 35.00 Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that the following newspapers be approved as County Official Newspapers: Advance Publishing Co., Algona. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona. Bancroft Register, Bancroft. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that the reports of the offices of the Clerk of District Court, Auditor, Recorder, and Sheriff be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rocje and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that Budgets and appointments of the following offices be approved: Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. •Auditor's Office _____________ 15,000.00 Recorder's Office ____ , ....... 12,220.00 •Sheriff's Office .............. 15,580.00 Treasurer's Office , T --------- 20,000.00 Clerk of Court ....... _•_..„._. 7,850.00 « The Sheriff and Auditor both requested permission to use the Security State Bank of Algona for depository of Kossuth County Sheriff's Fund & Kossuth County Auditor's Fund, APPOINTMENTS $ Auditor'! Ottlc* Shirley M. Maahs — Deputy Auditor Betty Carlson ----- , -.'Deputy Auditor Jacquellyn Laing -„•„.• --------- , Clerk Recorder's Office Ardtth Knecht , ------ Deputy Recorder Helen Cameron -------- ,., ------ Clerk SJwUI'i OfHca Donald Mary K, Sands .. ............ Deputy Harold C. Wesley ........... Deputy Marion Heinrich --.- Clerk ($250.00) EWon Maahs -------- Clerk ($250.00) GJerlc of Court* Anita Theisen ---- ,- — Deputy Clerk Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that the following bonds be approved: Ayes; all, Nays: none. Motion carried. Marc Moore ............... — $5,000.00 Mary K. Sands ,„ ............. 1.000.00 Alma Pearson — - ............ 5,ooo.oo Ralph IJndhorst .............. 5,000.00 ClaF» Walker ................. 5,000,00 Eidon Maahs ................. , 1,000.00 XrtUtb Knecbt .......... . — „ 1,000.00 Betty Carlson ................. 1,000.00 — --" C. Wesley ............ l.ooo.oo „ Theism ......... . ...... 1.000.00 •ley M. Maahs ...... ....... 1,000.00 ion Heinrtch .............. 1,000.00 ift M. Qulntard 1 ---- , ...... 3,000.00 i M, SphuUer ........... . J.000,00 j, Nemmers _. ..... --------- 500.00 ' NewvlUe ---- . ........... 500.00 §mlth „_„ ............ ... 2,000.00 VoJjrt ................ 10,000.00 PUtton .............. 600.00 fartiett .„„, ........ 500.00 iyer — „ ......... 500.00 . pd .............. 8.000.00 iter . ......... - ------ ,- 500:00 Csrapuey ------- , 500.00 . ...... 500.00 ..„.„. 5.090.00 John H, Hode and second. Sorensen that the fql- and amounts be approval the Treasurer's office. ..... ~ue. Motion carried. of Depositories — "- Wood — Deputy Sheriff Treasurer'* Office Algona Elect. Co., pnrts 27.56 John M. Schutter, M. D. coroner's fee 13.45 Lucille Zerfass, meeting 12.00 Burnetta Bohannon, meeting.. 18.00 Allen K. Buchanan, meeting 30.00 Helen Hubcr, postage 10.00 Payroll Fund. co. payroll 2,300.01 Leonard Warner, labor 75.00 Algona Municipal Utilities, titil. 15.99 North Central Publ. Serv. Co., gas 42.98 Algona Municipal Utilities, utilities - 159.08 W. W. Sullivan. Postmaster, Postage _,„,__; , 12.35 Payroll Fund," co. payroll 5.471.65 Kossuth Co. Treas.. bounty, expenses, freight 74.19 E. H. Furst, assisting trcas. & auditor — 00.00 Ralph W. Lindhorst, boarding & lodging of prisoners 163.60 - -- - 4.00 60.19 Humboldt Co., care of prisoners Ralph W. Lindhorst, mileage ___ . Donald M. Wood, mileage 19.53 . Court Fund Kossuth County Law Library, books 1,000.00 C. C. Shierk, mayor's fee Kossuth fee Co. Treas., juror's Delia Welter, J. P. fee Donald Wood, dep. sheriff 4.80 Delia Welter., J. P. fee Ralph W. Lindhorst, sheriff's fee 131.62 C, C. Shierk, mayor's fee 5.00 C. C. Shierk, mayor fee C. C. Shierk, mayor fee C. C. Shierk, mayor fee C. C. Shierk, mayor fee . C. C. Shierk, mayor fee C. H. Ostwinkle, JJ>, fee Ralph W. Lindhorst, sheriff fee 4.00 C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. fee 5.00 Ralph W. Lindhorst. sheriff fee C. H. Ostwinkle. J.P. fee 4.00 5.00 Joseph V. Hamilton, court rep. 20.36 State Institution Fund Ralph W. Lindhorst, meals & mileage 130.52 Mental Health Institute, care 8e keep 207.81 Swea City Herald, printing 38.40 Bang's Disease Fund R. J. Dundas, inspection 14.50 N. F. Chapman, inspection 41.00 Fred P. Duin, Indemnity 12.50 Aiieuor Fund Assr. Payroll Fund, assess, pay' roll 1,163.69 Monroe Calculating Mach. Co., maint. guarantee 25.00 Burrough^, rental on mach. — 58.10 L. 'J. Immerfall, mileag & exp. 32.19 Allied Office Machines Co., supplies 20.53 Advance Publ. Co., supp. 2.50 Hutzell's. supp. ._ .-— 8,23 5.50 9.83 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., supp. Gordon Rogers Co., supp. North Iowa Directory Service. supp. 31.50 Matt Parrot 8c Sons Co., supp.- 483.00 Kossuth Co. Credit Bureau, subscription 24.00 Library Fund Charles E. Merrill Books, books E. M. Haje and Co., books .. The Bobbs Merrill Co., books Soldier's Relief Fund Swan Funeral Home, burial expenses 185.00 A. C. Schissel, coal 22.07 Boughten Funeral Home, ambu. service »— 35.70 Kelly Lumber Co., coal 82.55 Brack's Super Valu, food 15.00 John M. Schutter, med. att. 3.00 R, K. Richardson, care — 9.00 John N. Kenefick. M.P., care .. 13.00 Sorensen Grocery, food 82.00 Rusk Drugs, medicine - 16.87 F. S. Norton & Son, coal 20.00 Robert R. Horton, rned . care — 3.00 Harold Meyer, care 18.25 Domestic Animal Fund William Schneider, animals killed by dogs - 81,60 Wesley C. Mains, animals killed by dogs Jgi.OO Glenn Long, animals killed by • e.oo Orville Hurlburt, animals killed by dogs 80.00 Alphonse Berte, animals kilted by dogs 12.60 Wayne Wickwire. animals kill' cd by dogs . 90.00 Herbert Wallace, animals killed, by dogs , Fred Frtnk, animals killed by dogs 0.00 Leo J. Thilges, animals killed by dogs 15Q.OQ Orville Hurlburt. animals Hilled by dogs oy dc d LC Roland Lenz, animals killed by dogs .„,..-„,.. Lester iiinz. animals Killed by dogs „,.,......„.;, Herman Wit*, animals kUied by ftottjs^i'lini^iTti^'Vy I Aufn.it Rerfr. anlmnls killed b? dogs . '. 55.00 Herb Weyderl. animals killed by dogs 135.M Richard Rassmussen. anlmnls killed by dogs ... 9200 Herbert Weydert, animals killed by docs ... 17680 Kenneth Brandt, animals killed by dogs 2000 Kenneth Brandt, animals killed by dogs 160.00 John Griese. animals killed by hy dogs '. 15.75 John Griese. animals killed by dogs 20.00 John CIriese. animals killed by dops •_ 20.00 A. ,T. Hatten, animals killed by doss ;. 180.00 A J. Hatten. animals killed by dogs '. 3000 John C. Richardson, animals killed by dogs 30.00 George Briggs. animals killed - 1.S5 per hour *»' dogs :..•---;-. - r 6.00 1.15 per hour Marvin E. Sanders, animals killed by dogs . i. 30.00 Max C. Clayton, animals killed by clogs ... 95.00 1 40 per hour Merle Rusk, animals killed by 1.40 Dragline dogs ... 40.00 Harry J. Lund, animals killed by dogs 25.00 A. E. Weaver, animals killed by dogs 60.00 A. E. Weaver, animals killed by dngs ... 147.00 Albin C. Menke. animals killed by dogs 50.00 Irvin Husknmp. animals killed by dogs 110.00 Hugh M. Black, animals killed by dogs 25.00 Merwyn J. Cunningham, animals killed hy dogs 5.00 G. B. Johnson, animals killed by dogs 14.50 Willie R. Krause, animals killed by dogs __ — 60.00 James Coyne, Animals killed by dogs 62.00 Paul Voigt, Animals killed by dogs 45.00 Robert Mitchell, Animals killed by dogs 75.00 John L. Haupert, Animals killed by dogs 17.50 Victor C. Youngwirth, Animals killed by dogs 25.00 R. W. Chrlstenson,, Animals killed by dogs 90.00 Paul Bernhard, Animlls killed by dogs ' 40.00 Paul Bemhard, Animals killed by dogs 140.00 George Jentz, Animals killed by dogs 21.00 Lyle C. Newel, Animals killed by dogs 65.00 Crwin Borchardt, Animals killed by dogs 75.00 William O. Dreyer, Animals killed by dogs 9.00 Hurman J. Thilges, Animals killed by dogs 90.00 Tom Sampson, Animals killed by dogs 17.00 Timothy 6'Brien, Animals killed by dogs 35.00 Eugene Drager, Animals killed by dogs 75.00 Timothy O'Brien, Animals killed by dogs ._• 25.00 George Broesdcr, Animals killed by dogs 50.00 Andrew J. Miller, Animals killed by dogs 44.00 Orv/ald Thilges, Animals killed by dogs . 28.00 Robert Delrick, Animals killed by dogs . 25.00 Aloysius Thilges, Animals killed by dogs 10.00 L. C. Appelquist, Animals killed by dogs 53.50 D,ivid N. Dontje, Animals killed by dogs 42.00 Andrew M. Stefarskl, Animals killed by dogs - 36.00 Edward Lloyd, Animals killed by dogs 102.00 I.eon McCoy, Animals killed by dogs 33.00 Louis Scheppmann, Animals killed by dogs 240.00 Martin Geerdes, Animals killed by dogs 40.00 William F. Schneider, Animals killed by dogs 30.00 Gerald Frank), Animals killed by dogs .. 396.00 Wayne Wickwire, Animals killed by dogs 75.00 John Pfeffer, Animals killed by dogs 68.00 Maintenance Fund Erling Flom, Labor 80.00 Barclay Co., Supplies • _.j 88.81 Dukehart-Hughes Tractor & Equip. Co., Parts 90.18 Town of West Bend, Electric Service —. 4.95 Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., Electric Service 5.93 Thompson Dlst. Co., Supplies . 125.68 Farmers Coop Society, Coal — 55.60 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Phone Service : 37.05 Titonka Tele. Co., Phone Service _ 7.85 Roy Merchant, Supplies 49.80 Town of Swea City, Water & Sewer Rent 20.00 The Quaker Oats Co., Coal 7.22 Collins Oil Co., Repairs & Fuel 219.94 Standard Oil Co., Fuel & Pump 156.00 Payroll Fund, Maint. Payroll .. 11,865.17 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Ry. Co.. Freight • 5.15 Raphael Faber, Tile ^ 10.00 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities 17.58 North Central Public Service Co., Gas 87.99 Kossuth Co. Treas., Freight ... 12.95 Everds Bros., Clay Admix Roads 3,215.50 James H. Merryman, Equipment, Labor & Management .- 497.50 Skelly Oil Co., Fuel 78.36 Central Iowa Tele. Co., Telephone Service 16.05 Harry L. Greenberg. Auto Supply, Parts 269.98 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies 1.35 W. E. Ley Motor Co., Parts ... 69.93 Sieg Ft. Dodge Co., Parts 185.80 Standard Oil Co., Gas & other Fuel 1,144.24 Kent Motor Co., Repairs & Parts 69.88 Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Parts . 316.17 Beed Hdwe., Parts 28.36 Pratt Elec. Co., Parts & Repairs 50.72 Robert Deal, Parts 17.95 Snap-On Tool Corp., Parts 12.15 Schultz Bros., Servicing 11.69 Vivian Equip. Co., Parts 151.76 Bane. Coop Creamery Co., Supplies 4.00 Nemmers Hdwe., Supplies , 22.31 Kossuth Motor Co., Parts 18.72 1. H. Menke, Fuel 41.16 Cook Radiator Repair, Repairs . 13,80 Bowes Seal Fast, Parts 18.17 Central Iowa Tele. Co., Phone Service , ... 19.30 Arnold Motor Supply, Supplies . 122.45 H. E. Hemmingsen, Labor & Parts , 14.24 Skelly Oil Co., Fuel 26.40 Wellendorf Key Shop, Keys .. 26.25 Algona Machine Shop, Parts .. 11.00 Clarence Priebe, Labor . 20.00 Thompson Yards, Coal . 35.41 W. F. Smith Tire & Battery, Tubes, Tires, & Recaps -. 904.73 Electrical Service and Sales Co., Parts 83.95 Cohn Bros. Inc., Log Chain — 121.58 Williams Hdwe. Co., Supplies , 5.69 East End Foundry Inc., Supplies 76.00 Interstate Power Co., Elect. Ser' vice , 4.00 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., Parts & Supplies 152.75 Goplerud Lubricants, Lubricants' 208.20 Herman M. Brown Service Co., Parts „ 109.73 Ed Rowlet, Labor & Parts -_,„ 22.51 Algona Machine Shop, Parts — 8.54 William R. Hilton Super Service, Parts & Repairs . —,- 24.34 P. R. Irons, Parts , 2.40 Algona Impl. Co., Parts , r 7.81 Danlhauser Bros., Supplies —. 5.60 The Sioux City Iron Co., Supplies -- 32.75 West Iowa Telephone Co., Tele. Service . 7.73 Comet Equip. Co., Supplies ... 240.00 John Geerdes Impl., Parts . 59.80 Lone Rock Coop Exchange Co., Coal --- - 158.87 Paper Calmenson & Co., Parts 858.69 3ick Helmers, Labor , 20.25 Thomp&on pitt. Co., Parts 137.16 gambles, Supplies , . 5.78 Carpenter & Son, Supplies -. 5.78 A C. Schissel, Coal- 22,36 •'armers Coop Co., Coal 19.46 Mid West Service Co., Fuel .. 173.80 Standa/d OH Co., Fuel , 29.18 PX Survay Oil Co., Oil 40.15 Wilhelmi Service', 'Supplies ' Fuel 5.00 80.50 7.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 7.00 66.78 77.62 80.00 62.50 63.00 i8.QO 80.00 MM , Oil Co., OH - >t«ndard Oil Co., Fuel "mer pole ( £V« ' Final Maint, Proj, 54.87 592,45 44.00 16.90 !. 4 ... 501 (A) Mo. 1130 (11 f?) f3) & No. 85 (2) .....'. 17,01000 Henry Sleeker Jr., Gravel Stock „ P'le 22S.OO Payroll fund, Comf. Payroll ._ 1,340.00 Jamos H. M^rrypiar" Final No. , 85 (4) . .. 933.56 Elmer Dole, Stockpile r*rman , Twp. ... 21,418.47 Elmer Dole, Dragline 440.00 Elmer Dole & fverds Bros., Final Proj. No. 1 130 !2) & Sec. Rd. Dis. No. 915 2,165.96 M. T. McGuire & Co., Final Grsd pro). No. I 786.58 James H. Merryman, Uw? of Equip., men, 4 Management 425.00 John T. McGuire Co., Final Proj. No. 5 8. 6 6,117.41 Drainage Fund Collins, Thompson 8, Willis, Dr 4 242.43 Geo. Wichfendahl, Dr. 9 14490 Woody Russell, Dr. 9 397.50 Andrew Alberf, Dr. 9 - 22 50 LeRoy Elbcrt, Dr. 9 215.25 Francis Kollasch, Dr. 9 1490 Wrp. Runchey, Dr. 9 4.90 Kossuth County, Dr. 9 51.60 Leland Wildin, Dr. 9 . . 490 rVi-lzer Farrfcw, Dr. 58 178.80 CoMins, Thompson, & Willis, Dr. 86 ._ 312.35 Leo. M. Arndorfer, Lat. 20 Dr. ,. 166 12-.37 E. J. Seency, Lat. 20 Dr. 166 . 11.25 G D. Hart, Lot. 20 Dr. 166 _. 27.54 Leo M. Arndorfer, Lat. 26 Dr. 166 12.37 E. J. Seeney, Lat. 26 Dr. 166 - 12.60 G. 1 D. Hart, Lat. 26 Dr. 166 „ 138.03 E. J Seeney, Lat. 26 Dr. 166 .. 11.25 Swe? City Herald, Dr. 166 ... 17.85 Carl Garrctt A Son, WK 68-136 865.27 G. D. Hart, WK 68-136 4227 Ernest H. Schmidt, WK 35-89 «. 2.18 Payroll Fund Zflba Brown, Labor—Steward & Matron Co. Home 24950 Walter S. Geisf, 2nd Couple .. 210.85 Dean G. ParroU, Court Reporter 105.90 R. K. Beck, Probation Officer 95.48 Burnadene Steven, Care 4 Keep 86.25 John H. Rode, Meetings & Mileage 383.68 H. S. Scheppmann, Meetings & Mileage „ 366.60 Jens M. Sorensen, Meetings «, Mileage 310.94 A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & Mileage » 428.20 Charles H. Newel,' Meetings & Mileage 295.83 H. M. Smith, Engineer 551.20 John Frascr, Assists Engineer . 405.40 Dean G. Parrott, Court Reporter 52.95 De«n G. Parrott, Court Reporter 123.55 Hazel Anliker, Assists Engineer .. 185.95 Helen L. Anderson, Assists Recorder 109.72 Dottie Smith, Assists Recorder 105.57 Doris C. Paetz, Assists Treasurer 20.00 Joann McBride, Assists Sheriff 85.26 Noble L. Crouch, Labor 248.00 Wm. Christcnsen, Labor 258.10 Ed Blanchard, Labor 234.92 Dick Baade, Labor 249.12 Raymond Baade, Labor 239.02 Howard 0. Esser, Labor 264.34 Frank Deim, Labor 238.00 Harold E. Blanchard, Labor 278.30 f. M. Downs, Labor _. 260.09 Dale Helrners, Labor 248.00 Arnold Hainzinger, Labor 258.10 Clifford Holmes, Labor 249.12 Harry Helmke, Labor 128.10 Mrs. Harry Helmke, Labor 20000 W. A. Hedrick, Labor 248.00 Clarence Hentges, Labor 249.12 Alvin Ewing, Labor 240.49 Urban Neuroth. Labor 272.60 Roelf Miller, Labor 255.02 Ferdinand Meyer, Labor 244.92 Palph Markla, Labor 269.32 A. J. Kollasch, Labor 258.10 Anlon Kardoes, Labor 249.12 George W. Kockler, Labor 234.92 Edward Hammond, Labor 269.32 Henry Zweifel, Labor 259.22 George Weringa, Labor 259.22 James Walker, Labor . 258.10 Erich Willrett, Labor 272.82 Paul A. Willey, Labor . 269.32 Orville Weiland, Labor 259.00 Charles Thompson, Labor 234.92 Bert Shellmyer, Labor ., 23902 Lem Stockwell, Labor 279,13 John Schueler Jr., Labor 272.82 Fdward Ricke, Labor 275.22 E. C. Ohm, Labor 239.02 Herbert C. Nellis, Labcr 268.20 John Eller, Labor 139.47 Earl Eller, Labor 132.40 Donald Frideres, Labor 101.32 Herlan Wichtendahl, Labor 197.92 Richard Reynolds, Labor 140.91 Philip McVeigh, Labor 117.5ft Willy Kowalsky, Labor . 125.81 Poor Fund Payroll Fund, Poor Payroll 1,135.84 Kossuth Co. Treas., Freight 5.63 Charles R. Miller, Rent 30.00 R. F. Donovan, Rent 35.00 G. R. Cook, Rent . 25.00 Henry Johanneson, Rent 17.50 Dale J. Hasty, Rent 45.00 Frank Vera, Rent 25.00' Veda Hedrick, Rent 10.00 Ad.i Flowers, Rent 45.00 Marvel Immerfall, Mileage 81.06 Cities Service Oil Co., Fuel Oil 92.97 Skelly Oil Co., Fuel 9.36 Humboldt Co. Rural Electric Co., Electric Service 16.50 Wilhelmi Service, Fuel 17.58 Farm .Service Co., Fuel 4008 F. S. Norton & Son, Coal 20.00 Hobarton Coop Elevator Co., Coal .: 62.79 The Quaker Oats Co., Coal 29.17 Ky's Champlin Oil Co., Fuel _. 57.72 Bancroft Oil Co., Fuel 19.64 North Central Public Service Co., Gas 12.93 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities 10.87 Farmers Coop Society, Fuel 10.00 Bancroft Municipal Light Plant, Electric Service 6.62 Mid West Service Co., Fuel 13.35 Rapid Thermo Gas, Gas 8.00 K. & H. Coop Oil Co., Fuel .. 15.20 Standard Oil Co., Fuel 20.07 F. F. Miller & Son, Coal 9.50 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Repairs & Fuel 24.80 Kcssuth Oil Co., Fuel 52.73 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Supplies 90.14 Kohlhaas Hdwe,, Supplies .78 Upper Des Foines Pub. Co., Supplies 1.27 Hoods Super Valu, Food 30.00 Ted Vera—East End Grocery, Food 56.00 Cowing Food Mart, Food 2500 Mack's Market, Food 60.00 Jack Sprat Store, Food „ 45.00 Hertzke Grocery, Food 30.00 Hertzke Grocery, Food •_ 20.00 Fareway Stores Inc., Food 5.00 Potter's Super Market, Food 54.83 German Valley Store, Food 24.00 Sorensen Grocery, Food 44.00 Krause Grocery, Food 5.00 J. C. Penney, Clothing 6.33 Maple Leaf Nursing Home, Care & Keep 60.00 Err.metsburg Nursing Home, Care & Keep 22.00 Home of Good Shepherd, Care & Keep 45.00 Roberts Nursing Home, Care * Keep 3.59 Mrs. Mildred Ternes, Care & Keep 18.00 Delta H. Falvey, Care & Keep „ 97.63 Mrs. Walter Mescher, Care & Keep 20.00 Good Samaritan Home, Care & Keep 181.87 State of Iowa, Aid to Dependent Children Fund . 1,675.38 State of Iowa, Aid to the Blind Fund — . 269.14 Beryl F. Michaelson, M. D., Medical Care „ 17.90 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Medical Care 170.52 Tigges Drug, Medicine 20.03 Asa S. Arent, D* O., Care . 5.00 University Hospitals, Medical Care , 40.85 Dan L. Bray, M. P., Medical Care .... 52.50 R. K. Richardson, Care 44.75 t.onergan Drug, Medicine --_-„ 41.30 Bahne K. Bahnson, D. 0., Care , 12850 C. V. Lindholm, M. D., Medical Care 9650 H. W. Morgan, Medical Care _ 22.50 Cook's Drug Store, Medicine .. 76.60 L. A. Bascom, M. D., Medical Care —; 19.00 Dr. C. D. Snyder, Medical Care 84.50 Marcus Snyder Memorial Hospital, Medical Care . 146.30 Welp Drug Store, Medicine 18.98 Dr F. G. Groff, Medical Care . 48.00 James L. Coffey, M. D., Medical Care 18.00 Sara E. Sutton, D. 0., Care ... 10.00 Holy Family Hospital, Medical Care 287.65 Larson Dr«g, Medicine 31.88 Dr. F. X. Cretzmeyer, Medical Care ,, , .... 55.00 {•, G. Clapsaddle, Medicjl Car* 79.25 Mrs. Melvin Slfert, Labor 13.40 Algona Lockers, Rant -.:; 12,00 Algona Impl. Co., Part* 3.26 PrfttltoeMe Co,, Repairs ... 6.95 Farner Bocken Co., Supplies .. 87.00 Kohlhaas Hdwe., SuppIlM 23.36 St. Ann Hospital, Medical Ca/» 237.30 Joseph M. Rooney, M. p., ' /vfecjieal Consultant „„., 35.59 N. W. Belt Tele. Co., Phone Service 17.40 Kossuth Oil Co., Gas 35.96 Scobba Skelly Service, Fuel 10.03 Skelly Oil Co.. Fuel 67.38 Hutzeii's, Supplies 11.19 Beocher Lane Appliances, Reosirs 10.50 Cowan Bldg. Supply, Supplies . 40.80 Ralph Brown, Supplies 6.29 Fmrw Bakery, Food 58.61 Mood5 Super Vatu, Food 198.94 Winters Dairy, Dairy Products _ A toons Coop Creamery C&., Dairy Products . 8.00 ). C. Penney's, Ctefninfl 17.82 Hsrold Flscrwr, Bull -. 500.00 Dr. D. J. Shey, Vet. Fee 11.50 Algona Flour & Feed, Supplies . 19.50 Robinson Produc* & Feed, Feed 35.85 On motion adjournment was taken un- 16, J9S*. til January ... H. S. Scheppmtrm, Chairman Board Of Supervisor* 188.86» ATTESt: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS Special January Session SECOND DAY JANUARY 18. 19S7 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment In Special Session. Those present were: H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman in the Chair, and members C. H. Newel, A. M. Kollasch, Jens M. Sorensen and John H. Rode. Absent: none. Motion hy John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that January 28, 1957 he set for checking applications for janitor fob at 10:00 A.M. and the b'ids to be opened for wafer softeners at the County Home be set at 1:30 P.M. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. "= January 16, 1957, 10:00 A.M. Meeting called to order by Henry Scheppmann, Chairman of the Board, Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Ed Hof that H. S. SeheppmanH be appointed Chairman of the meeting. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion hy C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that Marc Moore be appointed Secretary of the meeting. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. PIWVNS FOR ROAD BUILDING PROGRAM FOR 19S7 Grant—2 miles of blacktop on the south of sections 32 & 33. Hebron—One mile grade and gravel on east of section 14. SpHnpfield—3 miles of grade and gravel on east of 17, 20 tt 29. Lincoln—Three miles of base on west of 22, 27 & 34, and 2 miles of grade ft gravel on South of 19 & 20. Ledyard—3 miles of graveling on south of 1, 10 & 11. Hnrrison—One mile grade and gravel south of section 7. Swea—3 miles of gravel on south of 12 & 29 and west of 20: and 2 miles grading south of 12 & W of 20. Seneca—New bridge and a half mile of grading on west of 5; and a mile grade & gravel south of 3. Greenwood—2 miles of grading south of 19 &• 30. German—6 miles of base east of 3, 10, 15, 22, 27 & 34. Buffalo—5 miles of blacktop S of 21. 22. 23 & west of 25 & 36; 2 miles grading S of 5-6: & 1 mile of base west of 3. Portland—7 miles grade and gravel south of 1. 2. 3. 4, 5 & 6, & 12. Hurt—4 miles grade & gravel South of 1, & West of 21, 28 & 33; 2 miles blk top E of 25 &• 36 «,- 3 miles base west of 19, 30, 31. Fenton—2 miles grade & gravel west of 28 ft 23. Lotts Creek—3 miles grade south of 8, 10, 21. Union—4',2 miles blacktop west of 1. 12 & 13, & S of 13 & \'a mile on 14 Sc 2 miles base west of 4 & 9. Plum Creek—2 miles grade center of 11 & 14. Wesley—3 miles grade and gravel north of 5 & south of 2 and 20. Prairie—6 miles grading west of 1, 12, 13, 24, 25, and 36. Irvtngton—4 miles blacktop west of 10, 15, 22. & 27; 3 miles grade & gravel south of 26. 29, & 27; mile of base west of 32. Cresco—mile grading west of 4; 6 miles of base west 4, 9, 16, 21, 28 S: 33. Whittemore—mile of grade & gravel west of 32. Garfleld—3 miles grade & gravel west of 22, 27. and 34. Riverdale— 3 miles base west of 4, 9 & 16: 2 miles grade & gravel South of 21 & 22. Sherman—« miles of base west of 5. 8, 17, 20, 29 & 32. LuVerne—5 miles of base on west of 3, 10. 15, 22 & 27; 3 miles of base on south of 28. 29, & 30; 6',i miles of blacktop on county line road from LuVerne east to highway No. 60. Motlon.by John H. Hode and seconded by Ed Hof that meeting be adjourned and road program be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. MACHINERY LETTING January 16, 1957, 2:00 P.M. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that Dragline bid of Swaney,Oll Co. of Ft. Dodge in the amount of $13,224.00 be accepted. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that bid for Motor Grader be awarded Gibbs Cook bf Des Moines for Caterpillar in the amount of $15,000.000. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that bid for front-end loader be awarded to Herman M. Brown Co. of Des Moines In the amount of $8.484.00. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. , On motion adjournment was.taken until January 25, 1957. ATTEST: H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman Marc Moore, County Auditor. Board of Supervisors. BOARD PROCEEDINGS x Special January Session 1957 A. D, THIRD DAY JANUARY 25. 1957 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment in special session. Those present were: H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman in the Chair, and members C. H. Newel, A. M. Kollasch, Jens M. Sorensen. and John H. Rode. Absent: none. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode that H. F. Frls- tedt be appointed Drainage Engineer for year 1957. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that Edmund Ford be employed as 2nd Custodian at the Court House effective February 1, 1957 at a Salary of $260.00 per month. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded '»y John H. Rode that bids on water softeners and filters for county home be opened. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. ' Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the purchase of water equipment for the County Home be tabled until February 1, 1957. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until February 1, 1957. ATTEST: H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman Marc Moore, County Auditor. Board of Supervisors. INVENTORY OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM , Taken January 9, 1957 HOGS 30—Brood Sows (Gilts) at $50.00 $ 1.500.00 2—Boars at $85.00 ^ 170.00 18—Fat Hogs at $42.00 756.00 8—Old Sows at '$42.00 _ 336.00 57—Fall Pigs at $20.00 1,140.00 . $ 3,902.00 CATTLE 20—Dairy Cattle at $200.00 $ 4,000.00 l-Mangle 1—Electric Heater _ 1—Porcelain Table 2—Wash Boiler* 5—Electric Irons _ 1—Food Chopper 1—Rotary Sieve . . i—Tea Kettle i—Deep Freeze 3—Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls 1—Electric Mlx*r and Attachments 9—Paring Knives 1—Cleaver 1—Egg Beater 1—Potia' tato Masher 1—Btiiter Cutter ."..'.'.'..'.'...'. — 1—Egg Slicer - 25.00 10.00 10.95 7.00 25.00 7.00 2.50 1.85 350.00 4.75 35.00 .90 .35 3.00 2.00 .60 1.00 6—Heifers. 2 years old at $125.00 2—Yearling Steers at $100.00 10—Six month Yearling Heifers at $75.00 7—Bucket Calves at $25.00 1—Bull 5—Steers—8 months at $60.00 750.00 200.00 750.00 175.00 180.00 300.00 POULTRY 250— Laying Hens at $1.30 AY, GRAIN and FEED • $ 6,355.00 .$ 325.00 HAY, 3000 — Bushels Corn at $1.25 ____________________________________ $ 375000 1000— Bushels Oats at $ .90 ___________ ...... ______ ....... . ..... ....... _ 900.00 125 - Tons Ensilage at $10.00 __________________________________________ 1,250.00 400 — Bushels Ground Feed at $1.00 ____________________________________ 40000 2600 — Bales Hay at $ .75 _____________________________________________ 1,87500 '800— Bushels Shelled Corn at $1.25 bu. — ............ ___________ ..... ... 1,000.00 MACHINERY * 9 ' 175 -°° 1—New Electric Drill - s 4000 1—Farmall Super H and Cultivator I " * i 40000 1—1950 Ford 3/4 Ton pick-up " ROOM 1—Two Bottom Tractor Plow gn'oo 1—Three Bottom Massey-Harris Plow " iss'oo 1—Threshing Machine and Drive Belt soo'oo 1—Potato Digger loo'oo 1-Side Rake (Hay) ^l":""""""":" 15000 1—Endgate Seeder _ 1500 1—Spring Tooth Harrow so'nn 1—Manure Spreader (Horse Drawn) """ gs'oo 2—Farm and Truck Wagon Boxes .. - 250'00 1—Hay Loader 87'00 1—Hammermlll with Drive Belt . . 5000 1—Fanning Mill "_' 3500 1—New Tractor Disc . IBS'OO I—Potato Planter 500 1—Grain Elevator . 225'flO , 2-Self Feeders -.."."."I 100.00 3—Strainers .. 300 6—8-gallon Cream Cans at $4.50 ' " "" 2700 4—5-gallon Cream Cans at $3.50 ..« . 1000 1—Surge Milking Machine (4 Units) -i . 19000 1—Cream Separator 250.00 1—Model U Allis-Chalmers Tractor 25000 1—Stock Cutter i 155.00 2—Hog Fountains . .. 6000 1—Litter Carrier ^ 98.00 1—Used McCormick 10-ft. Binder -• 12500 1—Used .McCormick 7-ft. Mower , 125.00 1—Weed Sprayer . 7500 2—Chicken Waterehs at $3.75 _ 7.50 4—Chicken Feeders at $5.00 . 26.00 1—Hog Chute _ 15.00 Other shop equipment and hand tools. Grindstone, 2 ladders, 2 wheelbarrows, spades, wire cutters, stretchers, scoop shovels, dirt shovels, log chains, 10 forks. 2 metal baskets, 3 axes, cross cut buck and hand saws, 4 scythes, 6—12 quart pails, hog troughs, scalding kettle, picks, crow bars, hammers, pipe wrenches, pinchers, corn knives, brace and bits, belting, 2 lawnmowers, gas pump and tank 40000 1-Farmall ""i;: BOO.'OO MISCELLANEOUS * 6 ' 632 ' 50 ;1—Transformer and Electric Wiring to House . S 15000 w .ater System ~J 3,000.00 Fruit Cave 70000 Cresco Light and Power Share . 42500 6—Oil Burners at $7.45 J * 4470 1—Emergency Dynamo Power Plant "IJII." 775.00 1—New Water Pump for Furnace . II 1,956.40 LAND and BUILDINGS * 7,051.10 County Farm (Land 240 Acres at $116.00) ............. $27 84000 House (Brick) .... ...... ------------- ......... . .......... ....""""sjwoioo xlarn ----------------------------- . 300000 Double Corncrlb and Grana/y ________ "1."1I1"-1"I~1.I.111"™ 2',400'.00 Silo --------------------------------- _ *~ 'soo'oo Hog House ____________________ ._ " ~ i ' Hen House .. ....... ... ....... ..... ............ ' ................... Cattle Shed ... ..................... .Ill I ......................... Straw Shed ______________ ....... . ..... ....... ................... " Machine Shed ........ _______ ......... .............. " 25000 2 Brooder Houses __________________________________________________ 200XK) KITCHEN UTENSILS and EQUIPMENT 1—Galvanized Can . 2—Coffee Pots 18—Water Pitchers " "" 3—Iron Frying Pans 1—Kitchen Bench 2—Step Stools .. " 1—Kitchen Work Table -.1.11111111"! "" 1—Metal Frying Pan 11—Butcher Knives " 5—Dippers 6—Cooking Pans , 1^-Range $80,365.00 $ 3.30 1.50 9.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 1.50 .80 6.50 3.00 4.00 200.00 2—Electric Stoves — 11.11111" 40000 2—Long Iron Roasters i ~ 2—Granite Roasters 4—Butcher Steels 2—Enamel Mixing Bowls - .•_.„ 6—Muffin Tins -*—, 1—Double Boiler 10—Pie Tins — , 7—Dust Pans . i—Tupe Pan 6—Aluminum Cake Pans ^.. 2—Round "Cake Pans 9-rDish Pans 2— Kraut Cutters —j-. „.... 5—Ironing Boards and Covers -,.,, , - 4-2Q Quart Kettles , , , „„ ,„.. 3i-8 quart Kettles 8^ $U»rt Kettles ,..„,„.„..„ „„... i.QO 1—Aluminum Boaster -,„.., j -..„„...„ 1.60 l-El«PtrU! Ice Box „- ——- T sao.00 2—Wash T«bs „.. , „....„ ..„,,.-,., 10.00 I—Washing Machine , ,..„, , 100,00 1—Worfc fable - 25.55 .„».....,.,...„.......„.„„.„„ UOO..M S 2,858.09 Dtm*TO ROOM ftQWI-MENt , .„._ 11—Tables $ 175.00 99—Chairs -.. 138.00 9—Pairs of Salt and Pepper Shakers at $ .20 1.80 29—Vegetable Dishes 8.29 40>»-Soup Bowls 13.90 9—Sugar Bowls — 4-50 2—Cream Pitchers - LOO 32—Sauce Dishes - 3.80 2—Meat Platters 3.00 72—Knives 7.10 70—Forks 700 90—Teaspoons 360 53—Soup Spoons • 4 "0 24-Tabfe Spoons . 2.35 60—Plastic Plates, Cups and Sauce Dishes 134.30 ~$ 567.64 WARU ROOM EQUIPMENT 56—Beds $ 1.234.75 48—Mattresses 4.12.00 2—Hospital Beds and Mattresses 20.00 89—Pillows 96.00 72—Pillow Cases 46.80 72—Bed Sheets 115.20 31—Bed Blankets 44.S5 39—Wool Blankets _ 105.00 15—Cotton Blankets 23.25 25—Spreads 32.00 3—Bureaus 15.00 1—Heating Pad „ 2.00 2—Stands : 2.00 1—Studio Couch _ 25.00 11—Rockers 90.00 1 Pull-up Chair 6.00 1—Wheel Chair ; 15.00 1—Pair Crutches 2.00 1—Barber Chair _ 25.00 1—Strait Jacket X 17.00 1—Book Case 15.00 2—Radios 50.00 62—Bath Towels -. 24.80 2—Clothes Carts S.OO 1—Ward Robe 8.00 1—Sewing Machine -'... 110.00 1—Section Screen 10.00 2—Bed Pans 20—Rubber Sheets 2—Water Bottles - 38.25 48—Wash Cloths at $1.00 dozen 4.00 1 Davenport and Chair 75.00 10—Mattress Covers — 24.74 PROVISIONS $ 2,713.74 300—Bushels Potatoes at fl.50 per bushel _..$ 450.00 5—Bushels Carrots at $1.00 per bushel 5.00 30—Gallons Lard at $1.00 per gallon 30.00 30—Bushels Onions 1.25 >a—Ib. Northern Beans 2.50 25—Bushels Squash ^ 4.00 10—Ibs. Pork and Beef in locker plant and Deep Freeze at $ .50 per Ib. 350.00 250—Quarts Pickles .= _— 125.00 1250—Quarts Fruits and Vegetables 628.00 2—Bushels Parsnips at $1.50 per bushel 3.00 10—Ibs. Popcorn 1.60 200—Chickens in deep freeze at $1.00 each 200.00 MISCELLANEOUS 6—Dust Mops 1.797.35 4—Scrub Mops at $ .50 75—Ibs. Powdered Soap 1—Gallon Bleach 48—Gallons Boiler Compound 5—Gallons Floor Wax Remover r 25—Gallons Floor Wax 2—Step Ladders 50—Ibs. Carbon Remover 6—Cans Crystals 15—Steel Cupboards 30—Gallons Klomine . . 25—Bars Toilet Soap :_ 2—Gallons Furniture Polish at $2.50 >». 4 Gallons Misto at $2.50 S. 12—Sani Flush ^ 3—Tide 6—Babo 10—Bowl Cleaner 25—Gallons Neutral Soap 10—Lawn Chairs $ 598.70 STEWARDS OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1—Steel Desk .$ 50.00 —Swivel Chair 15.00 1—Steel File Cabinet 50.00 $ 115.00 EMERGENCY RELIEF HOME Wood Structure Building $ 1,400.00 2 Acres Land i. ; 250.00 GRAND TOTAL $ 1,650.0* $124,126.11 When You Plant Corn-Think of Picking Time Yes, when you plant seed corn, you actually think' forward to harvest time ... and the corn crop your seed will produce. So it's mighty important that you plant reliable seed corn that gives you extra yields pnd easy picking. Whatever the season — wet, dry, or perfect — you can depend on Pioneer to yield the maximum corn your weather and soil can produce. Pioneer is known throughout the Corn Belt for its dependability and extra high yields. Plant PIONEER Seed Corn R, L Mawdsley Algona C. L, Bailey Algona Aaron Steussy Algona Eugene Kollasch Bode Harold Jones Swea City T, 0. Johnson Swea City Walter Vaudt ._ f , Whittemore Robinson Produce ,,..._ Wesley

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