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4-AFgona (Ta>) Upper Pit MoMc. Thurtday, April 4, 1957 Understanding Teenagers Last Extension Subject "Understanding Teenagers" is the topic of the last Extension lesson to be held April 10, 1:30 to 3:30 p.rri, at the Algona High School Auditorium. • Anyone interested may attend and hear Mrs Bi\na Mockmore, family life specialist at Iowa State College present a chalk talk and lead a discussion concerning the understanding of teenagers, Mrs Buena Mockmore nolds the position of assistant professor and family life specialist on the Iowa Agricultural and Home Economics Extension Service ataft at Iowa "State College. She was appointed to that position in Oct., 1954. Widely Known Speaker During her stay at Iowa State College, she has become well- known- as a speaker, especially to young people's groups. She is an artist at chalk-talk and at leading discussions which provoke enthusiastic Response irom teenagers. She has also done considerable speaking to both men's and women's service groups, high school assemblies, 4-H clubs, parents' organizations and other groups. She specializes in parents education and in talking to teenagers about understanding themselves and other phases of human relationships. A native of Oregon, she received the bachelor of education degree in 1936 from the College of Puget Sound. She received the master of science degree in home economics from Oregon State College in 1939. Was Dean of Women Prior to joining the Iowa State College staff, she taught rural school, high school home economics, family relations at Oregon State College, and was state specialist in family relations from 1939 to 1941 in Oregon. She was dean of women with the rank of professor at Oregon! State College 'from 1941 to 1948. During World War II she was on leave for one year to occupy the top women's position with DuPont's atomic project at Hanford, Wash. She is a member of the Amer,- ican Home * Economics Association, American Association of University Women, Phi Kappa Phi, Eastern Star, PEO, Mortar Board and Delta.K a PP a Gamma. Homemakers'£roupj,i|4*H leaders, church groups : or any interested person may attend this special meeting. In the evening Mrs Mockmore will be meeting with 4-H Junioi "Leaders in the county where_ she will hold a discussion with #iem on "Understanding Ourselves." William-1, was proclaimed'Em- peror of Germany on Jan. 18, 1871 after receiving the surrender of Napoleon III at Sedan, at the conclusion of the Franco-Prussian HOSPITAL March 12—Mrs Virgil Shackelford, Algona, surgery. Mar. U — Ann K. Lighter, Algona, medical; Terry R. Simons, .Whittemore, T & A; Mrs Marvin Erpelding, Whittemore, boy, 7-0V4; Mrs Vincent Salz, Ottosen, boy, 8-4; Alfred Ward, Algona. medical; Mrs Edward Miller, Algona, boy, 7-1V4. Maf. "14 — Nancy Thompson, LuVerne, medical; William Prior, LuVerne, medical; Lucian Hersom, Minneapolis, accident; Mr* Ray McDonald, Pomeroy, acci- 'dent. Mar. 15 — Ray A. Chamberlain, Algona, T & A. Mar. 16 — Mrs Morton Bittinger, Algona, surgery; • Tommy Weber, West Bend, medical, Walter Lichter, Algona, medical, Mrs Jack Gettman, Burt, girl, 8-2. Mar. 17 — Mrs Edward Youngwirth, Whittemore, accident: Nick Wagner, Algona, medical; Milton H. Espe, Whittemore, surgery; Charles Egel, Algona, med-. ical; Mrs Robert Long, Algona, girl, 6-1. Mar. 18—Clement Cavanaugh, Algona, medical; Bertha Vaske, Algona, medical; Chester Fitch, Algona, surgery; Fred Genrich, Lone Rock, medical; Mrs Ken- BancTort Municipal Electric , . Plant, Electric Service 11.60 Sorenesen Grocery, Food 66.SO Council Oak Store, Food —— 66.00 Irvlngton Store, Food __ 134.00 Hertzlte Grocery, Food - 126.00 Brack's Grocery, Food 8.00 Ray's JacK Sprat, Food 38.00 German Valley Store, Food ... 24.00 Sjogren's Grocery, Food 82.00 Hood's Super valu, Food M.OO Mac's MarKCt, Food .._ 75.00 Potter's Grocery, Food ;—. 80.00 Ada Flowers, Care and Keep . 45.00 Delta H. Faivey, care and Keep 8o.83 Lutheran Home Finding Society of Iowa, Care ... _ 45.00 Elnora McElroy, Care Mrs. Walter Mescher, Care — Curtis Rest Home, Care Lake View Nursing Home, Care Good Samaritan Home, Care __ Home of The Good Shepherd, Care j Roberts Rest Home, Care tmmetsburg Nursing , Home, 45.00 20.00 8 (.00 1.4.41 1U/.08 4D.OO 110.1)8 Care „.:.„ —~— - 22.00 C. H. Cretzmeyer, Medical Care 140.25 Dr. F. X. Cretzmeyer, Medical Care 72.00 Cresco Light and Power Co., Electric Service 170.80 Marvel Immerfall, Mileage 92.40 Botsford Lumber Co., Coal 119.94 Standard Oil Co., Fuel 63.00 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service — 20.60 Joseph M. Rooney, M. D., Medical Care 128.00 St. Ann Hospital, Medical Care 417.02 Dr. Harold Meyer, Cafe _ _ 20.08 Honsbach Drug, Medicine 55.35 P. V. Janse, Medical Consultant 4B.UO 3.00 Raymond Alderson, Hogs Loaded or Freighted Reakus Helmers, Labor and Materials _ 84.70 Bradley Bros., Parts and Supplies _ 55.62 Pratt Electric Co., Parts and Labor 3.80 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies 87.24 Cowan Bid. Supply, Supplies __ 2.00 McCarty Shoe Service, Repairs 6.30 Spencer Grocery Co., -Food 63.44 Iowa State Industries, Supplies 15.12 Zclba Brown, Postage 3.50 Vincent Esser, Hair Cuts - 15.60 Lowell Samp, Paper Subscription 5.00 Car! 6j awanson^eiews *.*_.. Edward Q. Hof, Trmte. .....^ Earl R. ChamtoM, Trust.* ... Elmer Kubly, .Trwif-. ».- i4 ._. W. A. Marty, ClttK 'i-ii-ki*., H. W. Harms, Tfust., -_._„_. Leo. Hanselrflarl, TrtlstfcS ,_.... Rapheal Montaa, Trustee .... ntaa, i, Clei Winters Dairy Dairy Products 210.32 Finn's Bakery, Food __________ 62.87 J. C. Penney Co., Clothing ____ 222.47 43.86 26.10 . Graham's Dept. Store, Supplies __________________ ....... Robinson Produce and Feed, Feed PAYROLL FUND . H. 5. Scheppmann, Meetings & Mileage __ _____________ ...... - 363.21 The Star Spangled Banner did not become the official national anthem until 1931. The adoption was proposed by a Maryland congressman. 4 ° 6 ' 43 Mileage 430.03 Jens Sorensen, Meetings & Mileage . ........ ------------- 318.23 John H. Rode, Meetings & Mileage .......... _______ ...... — . 378.92 Percy McGinnls, Labor -------- 51.50 Payroll Fund, Payroll _________ 1135.76 Doris C. Paetz, Assists Treasurer ______ ..- ________________ 182.86 Mrs. Dottle Smith, Assists Treasurer ____________________ 187.68 Zelba Brown, Matron __________ 248.85 Margaret Geist, 2nd Couple ... 210.72 R. K. Beck, Probation Officer . 86.91 R. K. Beck, Probation Officdr - 107.11 Payroll Fund, Payroll _________ 100.00 Joann McBride, Assists Sheriff 85.26 Joseph V. Hamilton, Court Reporter _______________________ 37.80 Percy McGinnis, Labor ________ 20.00 neth Parrish, Algona medical; claries H. Newel, Meetings & Sister Mary L. Steilen, Wesley, X-rays; Howard Walker, Algona, accident; Lewis H, Kent, Jr., Burt, appendectomy; John Ramus, Lone Rock, surgery. Mar. 19 — Mrs Kenneth Studer, Wesley, maternity. Mar. 19 — Charles Murphy, Algona, medical; Donald Hagen, Algona, T & A; Gary Hagen, Algona, T & A; Maurice N. Reding, Irvington, accident. Mar. 21 — Mrs Robert Black, Algona,. girl, 11; Mr* Delbert Wichtendahl, Whittemore, boy, 8-10; Mrs Ronald Hansen, Whittemore, medical; Mrs A. W. Elbert, Algona, surgery; V. V. Naudain, Algona, surgery; Mrs Ada Malueg, Algona, accident. Mar. 22 — Mrs Glen Parcel, Titonka, boy, 5-3, boy, 6-2; Mrs H. J. Lenz, LuVerne, girl, 6-10 Vt. Mar. 23 — Mrs Arnold Metzger, Whittemore, girl, 8-10. Mar. 24,:— Mrs Larry Grandgenett, Wesley, boy, 9-4%. Mar. 25 — William Winter, Algona, medical. Mar. 26 — Mrs Kathryn Wagner, Ottosen, medical; Mrs Ivan Schmidt, West Bend, girl; Mrs Veda Hedrick, Whittemore, med ical. 33.00 Dean G. Parrott, Court Reporter ..... ... ...... ... ..... ______ Payroll Fund, Assessor Payroll ...... _____________________ 1146.10 Helen L. Anderson, Assists Recorder _______________________ 144.18 Burnadene Steven, Labor ----- 71.00 Ed Blanchard, Labor __________ 243.86 Dick Baade, Labor ____________ 253.54 Harold E. Blanchard, Labor ____ 287.24 Raymond Baade, Labor -------- 248.06 Wm. Chrlstensen, Labor ______ 267.04 Noble L. Crouch, Labor ...... 257.04 Clalr Reding, Clerk Elmor Bell, TrU-retf ___._ __ Mike Mergen, Trusted »_. ... Paul Ludwlg, Trusted _. Chas. Bormann, Clerk _;_,.._.,._ Harry Sabln, Trustee _,-.__-,•.__,... Jerome Elsenbarth, Trustee A. L. Smith, Trust-- 1 „„_ John P. Simon, Clerk ; .»____ Matt Bormann, Trustee ..^.i. Howard Raney, Trustee _„_.,.,. John Weber, Trustee l Bernard Capeslus, Clerk -.—. Wayne E. Smith, Trustee ..... Peter Kayser, Trustee »-_...... John Origer, Trustae ...... Anton Becker, Clerk „. .... 0. S. B]ustrom, Trustee ._._.__ Floyd Gardner, Trustee .... Fred W. Plumb, Trustee . . Kenneth Strayef, Clerk ...... Clifton Benschot-r/ Trustee .. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Trustee .. Glenn Gabrielson, Trustee .. . E. Lorraine Campney, Clerk C. W. Elbert, Trustee ___ Laurence Klrsh, Trustee Art Rusch, Trustee . ,. Nick Genglor, Clerk G. B. Johnson, Trustee P. M. Chrlstensen, Trustee L. H. Seegebarth, Trustee _.__• Otto J. Borchardt, Clerk E. E. Hanna, Trustee .. -.,- Rclph Bierstedt, Trustee Frank L. Ryerson, Trustee E. R. Woltz. Clerk Jerry Boekelmart, Trustee _; Henry Stacker Jr., Trustee . . Harm H. Husinga. Trustee John R. Sl-per, Clerk Clarence Schutier, Road Meeting • J. W. Goets, Trustee Ralph TJadcn, Trustee George Yanser, Trustee Theron Hansen, Clerk _. , Elmer Glawe, Trustee Nick M. Arndorfer, Trustee ... Herman Studer, Trustee __._._, Louis Llckteig,-^C(erk Florian Hellman, Trustee Frank Cogley, Trustee Joe Ford, Trustee jw ruiu, iiustee ..____..._. Leander Vaske, Clerk E E. Hanna, Trustee . Ralph Bierstedt, Trustee Frank L. Ryerson, Trustee _. E. E. Hanna,' Trustee Ralph Bierstedt,--Trustee Frank L. Ryerson, Trustee E. R. Woltz, Clerk E E. Hanna, Trustee * Ralph Bierstedt, Trustee L. G. Huber, Road Meeting Lars Skaar, Trustee W. L. Reynolds, Trustee A, F. McFarland, Trustee R. I. Anderson. Clerk Advance Publishing Co., Ballots State Printing Board, Supplies . Elvene Streit, Returning Ballots North Central Public Service Co., Gas North Central Public Service Co., Gas 4.00 4.0C ,4.0( 4.01. 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4,0( 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4,00 4.00 4-.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4,00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.UO 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 LlYlUi V«1R6, - .... Anton Becker, Meetings Mileage Mrs. Loretti Blrtzen, M-.tlrifl.*., Mileage ... ... _ Robert N. Bormann, Meetings" & Mileage ..______,. ... ! Melvln i Logemann, Meetings & Mileage S. A. Butcher, Meetings & Mileage ...,......"...... . Dennis Lynch, Meetings & Mile* age . __._._ _. Dale H; Struthers, Meetings if" Mileage ...^ ..... Paul F. Ludwlg, Meetings & Mileage .:>... State Institution fund oi ; Cretzmeyer, Examining J. D. Lowe, Atthy. ...." Ralph Lindhorst, Sheriff 'Fee".! R- W. Beardsley, Witness Fee Sta ,V; TT easure I' Payment for Woodward Care .... . Mental Health Institute, Care Foster Thompson, Insanity Hearing —._ n M u Ba _?'f E M«"«aHViT7und Dr. N H .He so Inspection .. '-r*n" F r™' c ? tBr ' /"'P^f'o" V A' ^? P » S USl ! nsp> V. A. Votteler, insp. ... ___ " 11.45 10.24 12.50 10.68 ,13.34 14.04 16.75 10.96 10.96 to.oo 32.68 7.48 50.35 111.91 28.05 12.00 26.00 21.50 2s!so Faffflefs Coop EleV,, eoal ...» SS.12 Northern Lumber Co., supp. .. Peterson's Radiator Serv., repfllfS Perclval Motors, supp, ........ Gabby Motors, parts 6.68 6.66 1,25 21,28 B!SO Mid west Service Co., supp. ... B.50 Carpenter & Son, supp. /. ------ 6.78 . . -----arts — — -- 292.42 pai ._ Supply, supp. & ( Algona Impl, Arnold Motof t^Mi^f*,?, »->j*f. » > parts ..— —..—u— 66.05 Ready-Mix Cone. & Lmbr. Co., supp. -_—-._.-. . 48.22 Norton. & Son, supp. ....--.— 14.00 Iowa State Industries, parts ..' 37.60 Fort Dodge Machine & Supply ,_ Co., parts -.---.--....- ... 26.83 Gi-eenberg Auto Supply, parts 103.10 John Geerdes Impl. & Garage, parts 8.S8 Lynch Oil Co., fuel Gibbs-Cook Equip. Co., equip. Jack's O. K. Tire Serv., labor Oibbs-Cook Equip. Co., parts.-, 347.30 Collins Oil Co., motor oil 104.80 ------ g.60 38.44 and" p"arti".-.I.".r---ll'—T..-I 88.08 Art's Welding Shop, parts & labor 8.00 Irvlngton Store, supp, 8.00 Kossuth Oil Co., gasoline • $65.73 Williams Hdwe., parts _„ 14.20 Skelly Oil Co., fuel oU . ... ___ Shey, insp. .. ____ " 53.30 Frank Deim, Labor 246.94 E. M. Downs, Labor 267.94 Howard O. Esser, Labor 274.66 Alvin Ewlng, Labor 258.06 Dale Helmers, Labor 257.04 Clifford Holmes, Labor 258.06 W. A. Hedrick, Labor 257.04 Harry Helmke. Labor ___ 140.05 Mrs. Harry Helmke, Labor ._ 200.00 BOARD PROCEEDINGS Regular January Session FOURTH DAY FEBRUARY I, 1957 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. 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 C. H. Newel and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that Culligan Water Service be awarded contract for two softeners and one filter to the Co. Home. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that L. S. Bo- hanncin be grunted renewal on Liability Insurance Policy effective February 15, 1957 for one year. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that bonds of following field Assessors be approved: Dolores C. Vaske Richard M.'Anderson G. M. Will Mrs. I.uretta Binzcn Dennis Lynch Huryl C. lierg J. !•:'. Smith Hubert H. Lensing John P. Simon Robert Lang Clarence Vasko Wayne H. Cade Anton Becker S. A. Butcher George R. Sheridan Harry E. Ward Arthur Olsen Douglas Wildin Elmer L. Franks Menno Limberg Linus Vaske Melvin Logemann Paul F. Ludwlg A. A. Krueger Jack L. Guy Krnest Peterson A. D. Newbrough John Welhousen Leander Vu-ke Thomas .1. Becker Robert Bormann D. H. Strulhers Milion H. Espe Robert D. Skilling I.iuyd W. Thorson Soren Pedersen and also bunds of Helen D. Cameron and Ernest Thiel be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by C. H. Newel that refund be granted Otto H. Rcutzel of Burt in the amount of t-i.20 for Dog License assessed that had been paid in 1955. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that the 1956 Report of C. H. Ostwinkle, Justice of Peace, be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that Bond of Mrs. Heien Berhow, Treasurer of Agriculture Extension District, Kossuth County be approved Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion tarried. Motion by A. M. IKollasch and seconded by John H. Bode that report of If. M. Smith, Co. Engineer, be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode that Elmer and Margaret E. Franks be allowed refund c: $12.07 on erroneous assessment that was previously abated. Ayes: all. Nays: lion. Motion carried. Motion b.y Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by C H. Newel that Report of Agriculture Kxtcnsiun Education Fund and Certificate of Organization be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Mulion by C. II. Newel and seconded by John H. Kodc that report uji Improvement of Instiuction Fund lie appruvcd as Mibmitied by A. M. Quiuturd, i5upui'ii!k'i;di'nt. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by John H. Rode that the payment of the claims allowed at this meeting of the persons and firms as listed immediately following V e rat1 ' fied, allowed and confirmed. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. POOR FUND Dr. Jerome F. Paulson, Medical Care ___ $ 200.00 Dr. Swanson. Medical Care 100.00 Dr. Jerome F. Paulson, Medical Care 200.00 Dr. R. W. Peterson, Medical Care 100.00 Council Oak Store. Food 13.29 Dr. Ralph Braught, Medical Care _ 22.50 L. A. Bascom, Medical Care ... 20.50 Honsbruch Drug, Medicine 200.17 Marcus Snyder Memorial Hospital, Medical Care 300.00 Drs. Rodawig & Scott, Medical Care _ 50.25 Joseph M. Rooney, M. D., Medical Care 1725 James L. Coffey, M. D., Medical Care ..... 34.00 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Medical Care and Keep 211.40 Win. G. Rence, M. D. Medical Care 35.00 Beryl F. Michaelson, Medical Care 63.25 Asa S. Arend, M. D., Medical Care 24.75 P. V. Janse, Medical Care 7 00 R. W. Mawdsley, M. D., Medical Care 700 Community Memorial, Medical Care and Keep , 80.80 Paulson Drug, Medicine '. . 17 CO Kerstcn Clinic, Medical Care and Keep 38.00 M. G. Bourne, M. D., Medical Care ... a 00 Lonergan Drug. Medicine I 3:i!o7 Thuente Pharmacy, Medicine lltfi U5 R. H. Horton. M. D.. Medical Care , _ _. _ 11H.50 Husk Drug, Medicine .... 187.50 Dr. Harold Meyer, Care .. 47.00 John M. Hchutter, M. D., Medical Care .. 12150 Or. R. K. Richardson, Care .. 01.75 Park Hospital Clinic, Medical Care and Keep . . 3509 St. Ann Hospital, Medical Care and Keep _ ._. 32864 J. P. Clark, M. D., Medical Care 24.00 Holy family Hospital, Medical Care and Keep 728'5 T. J. Eean, M. D., Medical Care 49'50 Oahne K. Bahnson, D. O., Care 81 25 State of Iowa, Aid to Blind 12571 State of Iowa, Aid to Depen- , dent Children _ _____ 1776.75 3.2.'i 798 J. C. Penny Co.. Clothing S. & L. Co.. Clothing .... Algona Plumbing S: Heating Labor and Parts Mr. Earl Pollack, Moving Expense Martin Co., Rent, Food]"etc Henry Johannesen, Rent Frank Vera, Rent _. Chas. R. Miller, Rent " Dale J. Hastey, Rent .. Veda Hedrick, Rent G. R. Cook. Rent . Ky's Oil Company, Fuel Kelley Lumber Co.. Coal Standard Oil Co., Fuel Standard Oil Co.. Fuel Humboldt Co. Coop.. Llectri Rural" Electric- Service .. Standard Oil Co., Fuel L. A. Meyer. Standard ' Oil Agent, Fuel ... M'd-Wesj Service Co.. Fuel'.:! Mid-West Service Co.. Fuel Rapid Thermo Gas. Fuel Skelly Oil Co., Fuel Viking Oil Co., Fuel "" ..... ' Farmers Coop. Society," Coal Standard Oil Co.. Fuel Standard Oil Co.. Fuel ....... Standard Oil Co.. Fuel Norton & Son Lumber Co Coal Public Utilities, Utilities KosHuHt Oil Cu.. Fuel I"] ' Cities Service Co., Fuel _______ 2.00 15.50 321.14 17.50 25.00 30.00 15.00 10.00 25.00 40.47 22.58 16.70 46.50 16.91 IB.20 7,85 2H.HO Hi.(in 8.50 25.51 21.28 10.00 32.10 20.47 17.05 20.00 23.90 «:t.r,7 M 07 Arnold Hainzinger, Labor 258.06 Clarence Hentges, Labor 258.06 Edward Hammond, Labor 278.26 Anton Kardoes, Labor 258.06 George Kockler. Labor :-- 243 A: J.-Kollasch, Labor ....: 26T Ferdinand Meyer, Labor 253.96 Roelf E. Miller, Labor 263.96 Urban Neuroth, Labor 283.44 Herbert C. Nellis, Labor 277.14 E. C. Ohm, Labor 248.06 Edward Ricke, Labor ^...^s. 284.16 Lem Stockwell, Labor 2R8.22 3crt Shellmeyer, Labor 248.06 Charles Thompson, Labor 243.86 George Weringa, Labor 268.16 Orville Weiland, Labor 267.94 Erich Willrett, Labor 283.66 Paul A. Willey, Labor 278.26 James Walker, Labor 267.04 Harlan Wichtendahl, Labor 256.50 Henry Zweifel, Labor - 268.16. Earl M. Eller, Labor 141.38 John Eller, Labor -.. 143.58 Donald Frideres, Labor 131.86 Ralph Markla, Labor 268.16 Richard Reynolds, Labor 218.67 Phillip McVeioh, Labor 144.48 Willy Kowalsky, Labor 45.52 John Schueler, Jr., Labor 283.66 John Fraser, Assists Engineer „ 380.95 H M. Smith, Co. Engineer 515.82 Hazel Anlikcr, Assists Engineer 185.37 County Fund Payroll Fund, County Payroll _. 2365.19 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., General Election Ballots, etc. 1012.50 Advance Publ. Co., Board Proceedings 89.65 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Board Proceedings 87.90 Central Public Serv. Co., Gas ._ 54.88 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities 18.57 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities 160.14 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., Postage 200.00 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., Postage 150.00 John H. Rode, Surety Bond .. 12.50 Payroll Fund, Co. Payroll 6627.62 Allen K. Buchanan, Delinquent Tax Collector 20.95 Ralph W. Lindhorst, toarding i, Lodging of Prisoners 156.60 Donald M. Wood, Mileage 27.18 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Meals S. ' Mileage _ 76.64 Long's Studio, Supplies 4.62 Joyce Hayden, Mileage 57.54 Rusk Drug & Jewelry, Supply _. .90 Thucnto Pharmacy, Supplies __ 4.00 Botslord Lumber Co., Labor & Parts .307.87 Davis Paint Store, Supplies .8.95 Wellcndorf Key Shop, Labor 8. Materials _. 14.00 P. R. Irons, Parts 10.30 John M. Schutter, Coroner's Fee 36.00 S. A. Butcher, Trustee 4.00 Ralph Walker, Trustee 4.00 Lee Engoiicr, Trustee 4.00 Orville Ihorson, Clerk 4.00 Ihomas Bv j rg, Trustee 4.00 Elmer Schaofgr, Trustee 4.00 Wm. Oldenburg, Clerk 4.00 J. P. Peterson, Truitecj 2.00 Llnyd Thorson, Trustco 2.00 Harry Larsen, Trustee 2.00 Arnc Ostergaard, Clerk 2.00 S P. Powers, Trustee 4.00 Edw. Looft, Trustee _. 4.00 G V. Kellmg, Trustee 4.00 Jerry Hcetland, Clerk 4.00 Orville Brandt, Trustee 4.00 Frunk Rotterman, Trustee 4.00 Carleton Lyons, Clerk 4.00 E. P. Hansen, Road Meeting __ 4.00 Ted DeBoer Jr., Road Meeting 4.00 F. E. Teeter, Trustee _ 4 00 W. J. Stewart. Trustee 4.00 Glenn Larsen, Trustee 4 00 Lloyd H. Bartlett, Clerk 4.00 Edward G. Hof, Trustee 4.00 Earl R. Chambers, Trustee 4 00 Clmcr Kubly, Trustee 4.00 W. A. Marty, Clerk 4.00 U. W. Johnson, Trustee 4.00 Alvin Weber, Trustee 4.00 Ed*ard Pergande, Trustee 4.00 E. R. Cullen-Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies N W. Bell, Telephone Service _ Jaqua Printing Co., Supplies Jenkins-Fergemann Co., Supplies Honsbruch drug, Supplies Keystone Envelope Co., Supplies Koch Bros., Supplies Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies Fidlar & Chambers, Supplies IBM, Maint. Agreements Ed Hoffa Typewriter Exchange, Repairs & Etc. Monroe Calculating Machine Co., Maint: Guaranty Friden Calculating Machine Co., Maint. Agreement Jurrough's Corp., Servicing Bohannon Ins. Service, Insurance I3!ossom Ins. Agency, Surety Bond Dr. Harold Meyer, Blood Test Administered ' _. Drs. Schultz & Schultz, Blood Test Administered G. D. Hart, Labor i Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Supplies j Bancroft Register, Board Proceedings 74.75 47.00 25.00 100.00 9.00 278.78 12.50 10.00 10.00 17.24 27.96 481.15 Board Proceedings 481.15 Advance Publishing Company, Board Proceedings .. 288.90 Bancroft Register, Board -Proceedings _ .... 291.85 Advance Publishing Company, • Board Proceedings 481.15 Bancroft Register, Supplies 20.58 Algona Reminder, f-iotice 1.96 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Board Proceedings 302.50 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., 3r. T. M. Rosslng, Insp. iuuu Frank Reding, Indemnity . 1250 SJate Innuulion £eo H J Cr cSe e r r att e y Xa ^. n8 . Phy ' ? J 0 ° j. A. Wlnkel, atty 10 M R. W. Lindhorst, sherlff'YeV"" 2468 Clerk of Court of Des Moines, Insane hearing _ 25 on Ralph W. Lindhorst, meals"S mileage , . 22 97 Drainage Fund Advance Publ. Co., dr. 9 ._ 1000 rvin Harms, dr. 9 375 <ossuth Co. Genera] Fund, dr".~9 16 87 rancis Kollasch, dr. 9 . 865 lerman Wichtendahl, dr. 9 .. s'oo Leland R. Wilding, dr. 9 s'es Wm. Runchey, dr. 9 ir/65 Geo. Wiohtendahl, dr. 9 865 Clyde Bristow, dr. 63 .. 2250 Tom Guess, lat. 20 dr. 168—".2600:00 Wilbur Schram, lat. 220 dr. 166 2824 02 Allen K. Buchanan Abstract Co., lat. 26 dr. 166 G. D. Hart, dr. 166 I.IIIII Clyde Bristow, dr. E-K-2 1692 G. D. Hart, WK 68-136 170.38 Bancroft Register, WK 68-136.. 5.85 Soldiers Relief Fund Brack's Super Valu, food . 2372 F. S. Norton & Son, coal .. 2000 4 00 Standard Oil Co., fuel 7 86 4'00 Hari T Ward, burial attention „ 30.00 4 'nn John M. Schutter, med. care ... 34.50 4'.00 £" SI 5 Drugs, med. 17.59 400 St. Joseph Mercy Hosp., med. 4 oo care ._ 7.50 7.55 B "ffalo Center Hosp., care 146.90 7 PA T. J. Egan. med. care 20 00 ,50 Viking Oil Co., fuel 846 Sorensen's Grocery, food 97 00 323 36 Library Fund C. G. Waffle Book Co., books .. 279.33 352.54 H. W. Wilson Book Co., books 118.28 Charles E. Merrill Co., book 350 .25 I. S. E. A. Library Serv., books 76.91 241.32 Maintenance Fund 9.43 W. E. Ley Motor Co., parts 845 68.23 Duke-Hart Hughes Tractor & 2.05 Eqiup. Co., supp. 49.49 9.75 Hilton's Super Service, parts, 125.75 etc. 9.55 11.30 Botsford Lumber Co..- Imbr. & 145.62 supp. 47844 Sieg-Ft. Dodge Co., parts 166.89 Cooks Welders Supply, supp 44.18 Retco Alloy Co., steel bars . 303.42 Norton Machine Works, parts & repairs 32.02 Standard Bearings Co. of Des Moines, parts : 15.40 Treas. of Emmet Co., taxes „ 402.32 Arnold Hainzinger, parts 15.74 Algona Welding Works, labor & parts 17.65 John Geerdes Impl. & Garage, parts" „^.—._ „._... 389.60 Titonka Impl. Co., parts ...... 99.42 Flaig's Garage, parts 12.95 Kossuth Motor Co., parts 199.45 Everds Bros., gravel hauled -.9,697.09 Stoeber Hdwe., supp. 3.25 Don Service Co., oil . 2 00 August Pijahn, labor 3.75 Gambles, supp. 4.36 Farmers Coop Elev., coal 147.68 kjrvc.iij wu ^*w<t JJ.MCA WM «-fc__——— H,uD Standard Otf Co., fuel oil S78.32 All Wheel Drive Co., plow and etc -—-.- . - 1570.00 K. & H. Coop Oil Co., fuel oil 140.82 Standard OU Co., dlesel fuel - 81,7E Bradley Bros., parts .'..» lfl.4t Swaney OU & Equip. Co., parts 34.0C t. W, Johnson, meeting & mile. 1M2 Edward Q. Hof, meeting & 12.52 .•mu«ig¥";:::::.-.—.*:—-« «-^ Laurence kirsch, meeting and . mileage — - «' lz J. W. Goetz, meeting and mileage — — -.- Hl Nick M. Arndorfef, meeting •& mileage ..—----—•.---=•--"- "' fll members A, M. Kollasch, C. M. Newel, John H. Rode, and Jens M. Sorensen. Elmer Dole & EverdS .Bros., S3,. rdT dlst. No. 918 final fl«8.M M. T. McGulre & Co., final pro], ( no. 2 —— 1418.91 John T. McQulfe, fine) 8«»d. proj. no. 3 & 4 -1 -.12847.29 M, T. Me'Oulre & Co., grad. • prol. no. 1137 (3) final -.**. 2974.48 John T. McGulre * Co., final grad. proJ. no. 68 & 1139 (2) 4317.80 James proJ. i H. Me rryman, equip., Perclval Motors, parts 7.50 Mason City Blue Print Co., supp. 171.08 Frank D. Fisher, supp. — 48.28 Robert Deal, saw & parts 48.60 Payroll Fund, mairit. payroll 12,172.84 Hank's Repair Shop, parts & repairs 15.54 Hanken Elect., materials 1.91 Advance Publishing Company, Notice Bancroft Register, Bar Docket _ Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Supplies Advance Publishing Company, Supplies —, Gordon L. Winkel, Expenses Co. Treasurer, Bounty, etc. Court Fund Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor Fee _ Albert Boekelman, Policeman _ Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor Fee . C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. Fee C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. Fee C, Treasurer, Juror's Fee Ralph W. Lindhorst, Mileage . Assessor Fund Assessor Payroll, Payroll L J. Immerfall, Meals 4 Mileage Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies . Messenger Printing Co., Sup- ' plies Fidlar & Chambers Co., Supplies Market Appraisal Chart Co., Supplies North la. Directory Service, Supplies. • Koch Bros., Supplies __• Monroe Cal. Machine Co., Maint. Guaranty , Friden Cal. Machine Co., Maint. Guaranty Harry E. Ward, Meetings & Mileage Mrs. Dolores C. Vaske, Meetings & Mileage John E. Smith, Meetings & Mileage A. A. Krueger, Meetings & Mileage Jack Guy, Meetings & Mileage Elmer L. Franks, Meetings & Mileage Robert Lang, Meetings & Mileage George R. Sheridan, Meetings & Mileage Milton H. Espe, Meetings & Mileage Ernest Mill James A. Coady, Meetings & Mileage John P. Simon, Meetings & Mileage Lloyd W. Thorson, Meetings & Mileage A. D. Newbrough, Meetings 4 Mileage Douglas Wildin, Meetings 4 Mileage John Welhousen, Meetings 4 Mileage ,". Soren Pedersen, ^Meetings & Mileage ..... Clarence Vasko, Meetings 4 Mileage Richard M. Anderson, Meetings " & Mileage _ Buryj G. Berg, Meetings & Mileage Robert D. Skilling, Meetings"" 4 Mileage Leander vaske, Meetings 4 Mileage Menno Limberg, Meetings 4 Mileage Wayne H. Gade, Meetings 4 Mileage " G. M. Will, Meetings 4 Mileage Arthur A. Olsen, Meetings 4 Mileage Robert Lensing, Meetings 4 Mileage ... Thomas Becker, Meetings' 4 ~ Mileage st Paterson, Meetings & ileag? 14.70 48.00 20.00 66.77 196.12 36.79 6.00 .89 6.00 5.00 4.00 15.80 8.10 1381.56 17.42 12.00 179.05 21.25 3.50 58.50 340.00 26.00 150.00 9.07* 11.52 4.20 11.24 11.80 13.06 12.08 10.96 10.40 11.94 10.63 9.84 14.32 11.38 9.07 12.50 12.78 11.80 13.48 5.18 9.70 12.50 13.90 10.68 12.36 10.12 11.24 10.82 No. Central Pub. Serv., gas — 127.77 Algona Municipal Util., utll. .. 29.01 Central Iowa Tele. Co., tele. service 23.19 James H. Mervyman, mach., labor, management --—.—_ 478.50 Elmer Dole, gravel hauled 1079.94 Co. Treas., frgt. 4.15 West Iowa Tele. Co., tele. serv. 8.28 Bituminous Materials Co., supp, 50.27 Iowa Pub. Serv. Co., utll. serv. 10.00 Iowa Elec. Light & Power Co., elec. serv. —. 1. 4.63 The Farmers Coop Society, coal 50.53 Town of West Bend, elec. 7.50 N.W. Bell Tele. Co., tele. serv. 43.95 Everett Thompson—Standard OU Co., diesel fuel 99.38 Paper Calmenson & Co., plow blades 777.32 Gibbs-Cook Equip. Co., caterpillar Motor Grader 15,000.00 Swaney OU & Equip. Co., dragl- line 13,224.00 Construction Fund Mrs Carrie Bruns, right of Way 224.00 Alrek Boeckholt, right of Way 144.00 John N. Ostermann, right-of-way 144.00 Egbert J. Buss, right of way 144.00 John Plasier, right of way 144.00 Lena Schmidt, right of way .. 144.00 Eno Bruns. right of way 144.00 Siemen Smidt, right of way 142.00 Peter Ubben. right of way 72.00 Tena Meyer, right of way 214.00 Hugh M. Colwell, right of way 84.00 Jerome Eisenbarth, meeting & mUeage 10.98 M. N. Bormann, meeting and mileage 10.84 Floyd R. Gardner, meeting and mileage 10.35 Jerry Boekelman,' meeting and , mileage 13.50 Clarence Schutjer, meeting and mileage 12.80 G. B. Johnson, meeting and mUeage 12.80 Joe Ford, meeting & mUeage — 12.80 W. J. Stewart, meeting & mile. 12.10 Verl Smith, meeting & mUe. „ 13.08 Wayne E. Smith, meeting & mile. 11.54 Frank Ryerson, meeting and mileage 11.82 Glenn K. Gabrielson, meeting 8c mileage 11.12 A. F. McFarland, meeting and mileage 15.04 A. J. Renger, meeting & mile. 12.80 Ralph H. Walker, meeting and mileage 14.20 Lewis Bosma, meeting & mile. 15.18 Elmer Schaefer, meeting and mileage 15 60 Richard M. Anderson, meeting and mileage 14.48 Edward G. Looft, meeting and mileage 14.20 lines n. ivierryiiian, CH" 1 **-* ..,* fc _ labor & management ... 825.50 Hugh H. Marlow, right of way 140.00 A. J. Dlttmer, right of way .— 128.00 Marvin Kueck, right of way.. 144.00 Louis Scott, right of way 140,00 Ray. & Doris Black, right of way 72,00. Norman Cotton, right Of way 288.00 Lawrence C. Dlttmer, right of wa y ... - - 140.00 Helko Bruns, right of way —- 178.00 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Sifpp. —--V-" *2'IX Mike Mergen, meeting & .mile. 8.40 ErWin J. & Etta FaTirenholtz, „ right of way — 144.22 Evert Post, right of way .... 144,00 Kenneth A. Marlow, right of Way 72.00 Henry & Lizzie Dacken, right . of way - *- :-- 138.00 Ewald L. Bruns, right-of-way 108.00 Helko Bruns, right of way 144.00 James J. KnoU, right of way 32.00 Helko Bruns, right of way .— 32.00 On motion adjournment was taken until February 8, 1957, at 9 A.M. - H. S, Scheppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors Attest: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor , Board Proceeding* February 8, 1957 Fifth Day 9:00 A.M. SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Bpard of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment in special session. Those present were H. S. Schepp- mann. Chairman In the Chair, and Motion b* John H, Rode and secftnd- ed by C. H. Newel that minutes be approved as read. Ayes, all, Nflys: none, MotlorV carried. Motion by E. H. Newel and secbnd- efl by John H. Rode that BoafB approve purchase of typewriter for County Nurse, Joyce Hayden,. and new adding machine for clerk of Courts. Ayes: all. Nays: none, Motion carried. On motion adjdumment was taken until Feb. 18. 1987. H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman Board iOf Supervisors Attest: Mare Moore, /Co. Auditor BoaM Proceeding* . • February ' February 16* 1957 Sixth < Day _ ,„„-'. _ Special January Session 1958 A. D. The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment In special session. Those present were H. a. Schepp- mann, Chairman in the Chair; and members A. M. Kollasch, C. H/ Newel, John H, Rode, and Jens M. Sorensen. Absent: none. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that Cigarette permit be granted German valley Store; Carl L. Krauge* owner. Ayes: all.* Naysf none. Motion carried. Motion by A; M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that the Board of Supervisors iConcurr : resolution Farm to MarKet Road ^FM-178, SN. 1838. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. - ~ ~ Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that the Road Program for the year 1957 be approved as submitted by the County ye; by I by . Ni iprov- Engineer. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by C. H. Newel that refund tor the years 1952-53-54-55-56 be granted H. H. Dearchs on land erroneously assessed. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On I motion adjournment was taken until March 1, 1957. H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors Attest: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor ATTENTION POULTRYMEN In spite of the reported increase in Chick Sales and Orders this spring, we are able to offer you a contract FOR NOT LESS THAN 50c per dozen the year around. We Have Averaged Over 60c Per Doz. Over The Past Two Years. FLOCKOWNERS REPORT OVER $3 PER HEN PROFIT PER YEAR If Interested,, Call or Write Us IOWA BROILER EGGS BURT, IOWA PHONE 167 Otf) Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Subitance That Doe* Both" K Y , „ Relie ve» Pain-Shrinks Hemorrhoids new York, FT.'.. 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