The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on June 23, 1942 · Page 4
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 4

Humboldt, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 23, 1942
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tITES tf*» fKytblieafk (t* June it , s .ttAntifty netsn slatt«tf a laf sW&i> tnobef, te help to .ty Wef the A*is. fAllJ«# Pfcttww «f *e«f Ifnmtratdt ,„ WftflHSd se'telPal Pastured ribs in |; ,.;* '¥ Iftff (tfeiigfr a kttf chute nt the *#!«' Stirfcchaft' farm 1 Mtfhday after' -' V A Wai ot 280 rnftd stndents wotc "signed up tit the denial progrgam the past year. t)oft Burke, II) month old srtfl of the Clemence Burkes, suffered the • less of the ring finger on Mia left "'hand in an accident with a lawn •mower Wednesday evening. Miss atari* Swftmrskl of Onmlm, Nebraska, and Wnldcmar Madsen, ion of Mrs. Mike Madsen of Rut. land were married June 8 In south . Omaha. ', flic condition of Frank M<*Ms al the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge is said to be improving. Thirteen Itntiiboldt firemen took part Jn the annual hose test Monday evening, and enjoyed a picnic following the test. Waldo Flto of Itniriholdt left Friday for Alaska, where he will be employed in bridge work. Mrs. John Meyer of Pioneer died at the Mercy hospital In Fort Dodge Sunday morning, June 14. Burial was at St. John's cemetery at Oil- more City. R«r. Andrew Peterson, forniW Humboldt Baptist pastor, died at n hospital In Council Bluffs Thursday morning, June 18. Funeral services were held Saturday at Merrll's Grove. Knnto Oord died nt tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. L. 0. Soppeland in Dakota City Monday, June 15, -at the age of 88 years. Egg 1 breaking Is now a lucrative business at the Humboldt Produce .and' Hatchery. At * ftiwjtlnf of tfcs Hmlo con* efl June fl'Watlter Thorapsan wa sptrttfnUfl city mayor to fill the office left vacant by the registration t>f Osfcar JVefstad. Sefefat candidate* for office* to the last primary election have Iti- ed their expenses with the cotlnly auditor. The fTnmlmldt ttoturt Club niel Tuesday evening. The object oi the meeting was the resignation of the president, Elmer Lindhart, who leaves soon for the army. In (he fntwe, solicitors ftt Ihe homes and business houses of Humboldt and Dakota City will have to show a card signed by the Mayor and C. of C. secretary, in order to solicit for any cause. . Mrs. Peter Slmoasen of num. boldt has announced the engagement of her daughter Betty Jean to Neal Samuels of Ann Arbor, Mich., son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Samuels of Humblodt. John B. Fellows of Mngnolla lias accepted the teaching position at the Humboldt public school left vacant by the resignation of Rex Decker, -,vho !s farming. The mnnagers and presidents of several co-operatives In the county attended a meeting In Humboldt Wednesday evening sponsored by the Webster City Production Credit Association. The committee for Retail Trade Extension of the Chamber of Commerce met Tuesday to plan the setup for the coming drive in July, whereby retailers of the nation are asked to sell a billion dollars in war bonds and stamps. 'Mrs. John Hoff of near Rutland, a resident of this county for 59 years, passed away at her home Monday evening following a lingering illness. *ye, Aye JoS. & Ay* W. §. th(S CfaH' s-d th« motion eayiftd And this b. J H ! . e 'j'o'*«teoN, , COUHtJr Auditor Tii,' Board, after a careful com- pnrUon of, the itnaessittertta returned by th« various assessor*, detdrmin- cd that all assessments are Juit ahd c<inltd.ble and are confirmed fof the year 1942 Without change. MWed i by Weir and • geeonded by Nalgon that the foj-egoins; action be and hereby I* approved. All votltw Aye. Moved by Weir and seconded by Schulze that the claims be allowed us per attached schedule Including per '"em and mileage for this KJon.i since the In^t "clular Session tint thp County Auditor bi> .and hereby U Instructed to Issue war- Lints drawn on the several funds, as allowed, In the amounts as specified In payment of same. Ayes- Hoffmann, Nelson, Schulze, Weir nnd Boothroyd. t 8., ;V6fh4, Rant 1. aid 8.06 ana Ilfl-cS:fi» ... S1.60 4.00 34.00 ' i* .*%!?««» cars ...... 34.00 «Pk of Social WelfiM, BllnS Pensldns- .,.„„ ......... >......... ......... 71 IK 22f JS**-'* 1 ^, c -i Rent ..... 8-00 . Beuiah, Rent ...... * " " S'* va '<«'. fu*l ........ Chambers Co., Supplies rle ™-°J! ; *f r "Wm. j., care 8.00 3.70 7.96 --, 20.25 Care 15.00 10.00 Name of Claimant What for Amount Allowed Above Is n closeiip of the women at the egg Itteaklitg room. Thor are rapidly lonrillhg the essefltlnl rhythm for getting* tlie entire white and yolk from each shell. Attendance Cut at Public Places Over State of Iowa DBS MOINBS, Iowa, June 22— War time Is having Its effect on attendance at Iowa's parks and preserves according >.o state' conservation commission officials who expected just the opposite. With tire rationing In effect the officials, early In the year, began to prepare for what they expected to be a big year basing their expectations on the belief that people would seek relaxation nearer home. Attendance figures for May are lrom,35 to 40 per cent below those ' for the same mouth a year ago and there is little evidence that this picture will be changed through the summer season. [ Of course the officials still har- • bor some hope for, after all, May ; a wet month and It was a cold apnth'/'nit; 11 exactly'conductive to picnics or seeking an out- Ing of any- kind. Nevertheless, June attendance hasn't been anything to rave about and just re.'* cently custodians of two parka f.",'?' where there are fine lakes called , In to say that the fish are biting but there are no fishermen. Many state parks have no concessionaires this year for the first time since this business proved to be a good one. Oothers, where there are concessionaires, are drawing such poor crowds that these summer merchants are about to throw, in the sponge. Even the famous Ledges state parU near Boone, the park which usually draws huge crowds, Is getting little play. "People Just aren't driving," one official explained, "because when they don't come to Ledges they Just don't come out at all," Rubber Drive You have the remainder of this week and up until July 1 to tell your government with scrap rubber that you don't want gasoline rationing. For the tributed, at a penny a pound to the nearest service .stetion, will go fa'r la determining whether the mldiUtt west will^ye gasoline rationing according to those "in the know." As this is being written lowans are contributing about 500 tons a day wniclj not Urjng Jn the quota of •. 60,000 tons set for the June 15-30 period. It's go-Jap to be,"whH6-out" ratli- «r than "blackout" in Peg Moiiws July 1, Deg Mplnes and West Des Molues ^stores will close for 30 minutes that morning tor a parade which will ftdvertlBfl the "wWte- out" at noon, At noon all stores will stop the sale of merchandise for 15 minutes and aeypte B5rto4 to the sale of war itanips'iad bonds. Otiei Iowa cjtles %re urged to 4o tW^ alft'e tJiJJW With a possible before to ad- Pity, WM&iflSten tfee tettalion e{ quest of the regular army. During the summer encampment of the entire guard, the military police battalion members will act as Instructors for those in training two weeks. A small section of Camp Dodge has been ?et aside for the guard while the remainder will be used as an army induction center. New barracks, to house from 30 to 50 men each, are being completed at the new guard site now. Meanwhile, the army has called In the Enfleld rifles that were distributed to the guard and it will become a shotgun guard. ; Alfred the guard has lost 68 men and officers to the army and more are expected to be called at any time. Seven officers were granted discharges to accept army commissions. Of the 61 men granted discharges, 41 jointed the army, 17 the navy, two the marines and one the army air corps. The guard has cost the state 1168,904.58 for the period December 22, 1941 to June 15, 1942, according to available records In the comptroller's office. ' Only men on active duty receive compensation, which means that a good share of the money went to the support of the specialized training force at Camp Dodge for the last three months. State Fair Once again it appears that Iowa's state fair, along with district and county fairs, is on the way out for the duration. Federal authorities recently asked that they be cancelled in order to save transportation facilities and there Is no doubt but that fair authorities all over Iowa will comply with any request that will help win the war. Meanwhile, Second Lieut. Geo. Malsh Watrous 1ms arrived In Des Moines to make preliminary arrangements for turning the < state fairgrounds into an army air force storage depot. The lieutenant arrived two months to the day after the lease was signed— April 17— by the state and the army turning the south half of the grounds over to the army for a depot. ilquor It the amount of liquor lowans are buying reflects the prosperit of the state it can safely be said that people have more money these days than they did at this time last year. For the liquor control commission baa reported that 24,835 gallons more of liquor hare been sold thla year than during the same period last year. A total of 217,046.7 gallons have been sold, 'May 'sales in dollars and cents were |},678,798.96 compared with sales ot 11,637,446.44. Sfe«iWbUe. sale ot -war stamps by jfawi liq.uor stores also went up Sharply. Ten Year Old Lad Drowns Thursday at Sandborn Richard Dummett, 10-year-old ;on of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dummett if Sauborti, was drowned last 'hursday afternoon June 11 at an '.mused railroad dam In which he was swimming with his playmates. Officials said the boy evidently had been in the water about 10 minutes before the body was discovered. Physicians and attendants worked more than two hours, hut failed to revive the boy. This Is the thrld drowning in the old dam, originally used as a reservoir for a pumping station. KAOLK GKOVK MAN FOUND DEAD O. E. Nerby was found dead in the tool house of his nursery grounds nt Eagle Grove June 12. of Bode, and Peter M. Gord o Mnoreland, Iowa. Beside his 1m mediate family he Is survived by 1< grandchildren and six great grand children and other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held from the Skaugstad Funeral Home, Wed nesday afternoon, June 17, 1942 al 1:00 o'clock, the Rev. W. L. Breaw of the Methodist church officiating The family left soon after the service for Earlvllle, 111., where short service was held on Thursday afternoon at the grave side In the Baker cemetery where he was burled beside his wife.—Contributed. BOARD PROCEEDINGS HKC.DI.AIl JtJJVK J1M3 UK 1,0 .IUJVI4 8, 11)42 Stale of Iowa; Humboldt County, ss I he Board of Suporvisoi-.s of Hurn- Ixildt (.'nunty, Iowa met In a Regular .Tune 1942 Session of said Board on June 8, 1042 In the Supervisors Nerby suffered an attack of apo-1 '" plexy which was believed to have caused his death. Funeral services were held Monday June 15 at the East Side Lutheran church In Eagle Grove. , Room In Dakota City, Iowa with Ihe ,, OHiriTAJlY Mrs. John Huff Ann Anderson wns born November 22nd, 1880, daughter of Andrew J. Anderson and llasmiiia Rusinus- sen, at Gibson, Illinois. When about one and one-half years 'of age her parents moved to Humboldt county, Iowa, and Humboldt and vicinity have s.ince been her home. as a young ladys she accepted Christ, and Joined the Baptist church at that time north o'f Humboldt. On January 28th, 1902 she was united in marriage to John Hoft of Bellevue, Iowa. A fine Christ- Ian home has been the outstanding characteristic of her miirried life. She always had au open door for all friends and relatives alike. To this union was. born two children: Mrs. Pearl Knierlem and Milford at home. Throughout the years these two children hove been devoted to their home, father and mother. She is also survived by her loving husband John Hoff, and one granddaughter, Donna Mae Knierlem. One sister, Stena Anderson and : Prank Hoffmann, , .Jos. It. NVlson, Ben IS. Schulze, W H. Weir and W. W. Boothroyd. The Minutes of tlie Atfjourned April SnsHlon held May 25 194' were read and approved. ,i'H? Vl ' fl 1>y Nelso » and seconded by Hoffmann that the personal taxes the Atlantic & Pacific Tea ii'-V,', I" £" rl »ffvalo In the amount of *ii!UB for the yenr 1928 he and lierehy im> cancelled as crrnnentix lnxi-s. All voting Aye. l,v tv'V' M y S ; ; i lulze n '"l seconded ? V' ii thlU ,, th " 1U1I1U «I report of he .Soldk-rs Relief Commission for the year t!Ml-i942 filed by Franklin .l.uiiia, Secretary, be mid hereby Is "Pi-roved All votliiR Aye. * " . M"ved by Hoffmann and second- d by Nelson that, A. C. W T - — . " «. '>.ii »otliiir A VG Moved by Sehulze and secS'nded Hoft " m "' the delinquent nn i 1 , enquen J pad tax In the amount of *4 25 for the year 1917 In Corinth Towtishln ?n s i 6 l 8ed , a s« I nst Allen aeor7eba and hflreby Is cancelled. All voting wi!ir V fi d by ,. Nol80 » and seconded by Weir that tho application filed by H. permit Blealn for a retail *~ sell by In Sec- i-•*•-••> 11 n* rn; 11 uirif art* tins In ^«/i tlon 3B-93-27 be and hereby Is ap" er'ebv Astr," 1 ," , C °"'! ty Auditor 'is i? fr .?JiL!" H ,' r . uc '" d . t .°. l«sue a Hermit »«rtK» t>l*rn»f Krndli-ntlon Fund Kelly, Or. F. If., Inspector's fees .... t i i ftrt Linn, Dr. S. D., Inspector's"" • fees of in Linn, Dr. s. D., Inspector's"" fees i 4STM- "obtfrts, Ralph, Indemnity."'.'" 26.00 Linn, Dr. S. D'., Inspector's foes •» 60.60 County Fund Bennett, Treas., R. E., Freight nnd Bounty 4 no Black, H. D.. Mllnng'e—Su'pt' Elect « ,. n 2n Boone Blank Book Co., Sup'-'" piles 14 nn Boothroyd. W. W.. Aft "tia""ni Social Welfare jg.00 snrvln ing not ' ''' D " Ollmore Drug'Co., Medicine".'.".'.' 23.28 Hansen, Tena, Oa«h allowance ,. _ 20.00 store, ProVls- tTumb. Co""iRuraT'K!e'c.'"co-'o'p'.' S '° 8 ir,Si e fc Ct i^ !t /-~S°- Farm •-•••• "•" Humboldt Implement Co., "Jie- ttHmh <« Horse—Co. Farm .. 125.39 HumboMt Produce & Hatch' try, Chicks A Chink feed— C-O, JrftfTIT * 4ft fcfl .Humboldt Coi'Too'd stamp 167.00 10.00 7.71 5.80 aid fiuj?ene tdndhoK,. Laborer .,.. 88.06 Mr ...: i..;....:...^,"...,:.:.::.:.. Glen Brodale-, Oradfrtg Fore- Man* ............."...„..... 104,00 Jtoar H,. Duay, St., Powier Man 107.90 HuSselt H6mer»on, Traek O#- psrfttdf , «....„.. 42.36 Qilter Holden, Stfoop Operator 109.20 Wm. JAcotmen, scoop operator 108.66 Harry Telford, Tractor Oper. tor .'. 103.36 John A. Lattln, Survey " " Vernon Nyby, Rodman 77.00 j>»h WhufelVey/liodmttn '.'.'....' ss.'oo Ronif MAliU£ftiiitt« Frtrid iltfels! Vtn. Jftcobsert. S600P Operator |B/2| '. Ii. MltehelI,,CuitSdlan ...... SB.Of Vern' Schultz, Mechanic 88.70 Waiter Schtilz«, TlUr 147.S5 OeoCg-e smith, Brldgte For«' . . man 57.85 ttarry Telford, Tractor Operator • 64.60 fteuben Torgerson, Gravel ..,„, Cheo»er and mlleate ........J 146,25 Cnnntf School FttAa Philip C. Lovrlert, Commission j on tlnes^ 6.00 On motion Board American Hoist and Lyeitjuit, , ^ ~-— —-—r--. Belts, Fan and Water Pump 6.61 UfneUT, 1D42 at 9^00 o'clooli A. Andersen, O. P., Meftt 37.60 Attest: O. H. JOHNSON, . . ., Baker Hock Quarry, <3eo. M., Crushed niock 10.731 Batbaefi Company, The, De- mtirrage , .32 County Auditor FH.ANK HOFFMANN JOS. R. NELSON/ BEN E. SCMULZB M. B. WEIR Bock Bros.. Welding Supply W. W. BOOTMttOYD. Co., Welding Supplies .......... 9.18 ' Humboldt Co. Board of Supervisors. Concrete Products Corp., Pipe i arid Tile MS 63 Glbbs-Cook Trnctor and Equip. Co., Tractor and Re- * Pairs 2558.11 town Public Service',' Electricity „ Iowa Public Service! Kiectri" In The District Court of Iowa, In anfl For Humboldt County AGNES M. KRICKSON, Plaintiff 2.92 HARVEY GRIMM, Defendant - , city ................... .... , , , 12.75 To The Above Named Defendant: Johnson, Fred, Labor "'..'.'.""."" 86 50 ' You !tre hereby notified that In Lalns Auto & Klectrlr Labor " ie above entitled action* Leo arid Repairs ............... 772 Brown, Referee, has been attached Ijlvprmore Oil Co., Fan B«sit as garnlshe* and his answer has and Tire Repair 155 been taken as such gar,nlshee as by I-omen, H. B., Labor an'd"sil'p'- ' .statue provided '_ Dlles ..... . ................... 7 Jn You are further notified that th6 ...... ' 2s'o6 val)ove entitled cause will come ort i for hearing at the October 1942 Johnson, Grace', Mxira"he"l'p— Co. Home , JohnHnn W. F jlcdlc'fh"^'"!'" Slff, 1 !•' ,?i so 'I c ae re' a .!. d ...:::::::::: 22:50 22.00 2-l.u6 , E? o »?.. M t?- . care 75.00 BaT- Cran." Wm.""M'neag:e— 'siipT. ...... I'jlect ..................... B., Uunphy, Elect. Fanning, Oeo. 'MlieaRe— Supt. Elect .7 70 Fliljar & Chambers Co., Sup- . 125.20 3.00 1.60 1.35 piles 13.02 .CO ''"Elect\°' Z " M '''e' n '«f«—Supt.' Clruener, Jo'h"n"w"!'"A"tt.""Bd". of Review . o 00 Hawkins. W. L., Destroy"Bai- lots 3.00 Holton. Oilman, Assessing Norway Township 185.30 I "Hey & Sons, L. W., Supplies 2 86 Humb. Trust & Savlnge Bank Supplies 2 97 Humboldt Independent, piib"" Not. B(2. Proc., Sch.'of Cl..'... 9843 Humboldt Republican, Pub Not., Bd. Proc., Sch. of Cl 11150 Humboldt Co., Farm Bureau, Mailing letters—Weed Comm Hammond & Stepens c'o.V's'u'p- Piles --..«.., „!, n . \^. v^,, uare Kossuth Co.. Food Stump H»- voiving-Fund, provisions .:.. 21.00 Kunz Drain Co., Fuel 3 87 Lane Clothing Co., Clothing— Co. Home 44 on Lattln, P. M., Oertevleve""Po'st- age—Relief Off -) oo Lutheran Hospital, Hosp. care 9b!s5 Lutheran Welfare Society Care— 3 months 12000 Martin, M. H., Rent ........:....' 8100 Miller, M. A., Rent—3 months 3c'.00 Moen, Chestle, Care n no Mortenson, Ted, Extra help— Co. Farm 45 nn Mosbach, Dr. L. E., Vet. s'e'r'v" —Co. Farm , Myers, Delia, Cash allow'-""" n 90 10.00 Newman,"'M'."'D!i"'c'lo'y'c'e"'A Med. aid 41 40 NIssen, Mrs. Louise, Rent .'."." laioo Northxvestern Bel] Telephone 17.40 1.79 .., Oleson Drug Co., Medici'iYe Ii)wa Public Service Co., Eiec- 6.60 14.84 trlclty n IV.ILJ" , Junklns-Fergeinann Co., Sup- Illll'H 39.53 128.57 Janua Printing Co., Supplies.. 351 45 Johnson, Carl V., Mileage— Supt. Elect. Kleveliind, Evelyn, Mileage— •Supt. Elect K'llpto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies . 05 Ivouh Brothers, Knnert, R, — Elect. Mileage Lovrlen, Philip C., Stenog- tele., and Mil. and Post 'iiirsun. Charlotte, Extra holu —Supt Linn, Dr. Hugh, MnHli'tVe—'" Supt. Elect . l.uhc, August, Bd. of Review -owder, W. F., Bd. of Re-view •iittln, I'. Al., Gonevlcve, Post- i\Ko 'Mllin, P. Al., Guiicvli-v 1.00 1.70 40 78.57 .40 35.34 2.00 1.20 2.00 2.00 ., J..IB Peters, Agt., Tom, Rent ............ 3 so Pet' Peterson's Service Station, Gas for Trans Peterson, H. F., Rent Rosebrook, M. D., L. E., Med Royal "4"ob''""'6il"'c'o'.',"'aas— Co" 10.00 12.00 Farm •*.' rn in , ,.,.....»..i . 25 DC Sampton, Mrs. Geo., Rent".'."" 12'flO Saveway, The, Provisions Schultz & Schultz, Drs., Med. aid 12 20 ' 85.00 Mttln,"p."M.',"'t!'enevi'e'v'o,'"post- 2? ' 12 Htfe 01 in ..„.* a ..„. -.V ..I.IO Matt DO.07 1.17 MfU-opoli'tan H'u'pp'l'y"'co",' Hupplles Moklebunt. M. O., Mileage— .Supt. Elect i on tiller, W. F., Publishing notices o? 05 Mann, Earl, Bd. of Revlewand ' . , . o ev Wk. on Tax Records 37.00 tesser, Francos i., Mileage, Express and Frt. J 2 47 ' .. 83.93 . j-jitjci j 20 i. R. J., Mileage—Supt. two nephews and two nieces, three sisters and two brothers preceded her in death. Throughout these past months her sister has been her constant companion and sincere help. Mrs. Hoff passed peacefully away at her home north of Humboldt about 7:45 p .M., June 15th, 1942, being at the time of her death 01 years, 0 months and 23 days.— Contributed. voting Aye. Ne^nn^h^ S , chulz( ' and seconded by Nelson that th« quarterly report filed by H. J. Sexe, Sheriff for th« quarter ending March 31 1942 be ami hereby | 8 approved. All votlns 1.20 dupt. Elect, "i.'.... 1 "".!.?.^. 8 "^ i gn ls «». .Mirle B., Salary Mn.' and Misc., exp ni 3B hnn lna 9? rbo ," Co - Su'ppVl'es S.'lO hllllps, Lloyd, Bd., of Re- 4.50 <nv» it . , t ^(J QQ Seward, Mrs. Lewis, Care ..Z 3o!oo Short, Margaret E., Mileage 40.55 Skaugstad Conv. Home, Care and barber exp 10 40 Snltkey's Grocery, Provisions —Co. Home 4947 Soppeland, L. O., Rent 9 § 00 St. Joseph's Mercy Hosp., Hosp. care Steggre, Joe, Rent .' Sunny-crest Sanitarium, hasp. Thalnckor,""Fred""c!i'"MTieag-e.'.' IS.'flO Tuttle, J. O., Rent 8.00 UKlum Market, Provisions— Co. Homo 22 61 Webster Co., Food Stamp Re- | volvlng Fund, Provisions.... 11.00 Whlpple, Mrs. Howard, Rent— •1 months 18.00 White & Co., A. B., clothing..- 22.78 Wright Co., food Stamp Revolving Fund, Provisions .... 27.00 l.<i(.-nl Iliinil C'oii"lriictl<iii Fund Concrete Products Corp., Pipe 20.85 Hines, Dr. H. W., Right of way 40 87 Rapp Hardware Co., Materials and Tools 78 78 Standard Explosives Corp. j Tools and Materials 408 00 CoiiHtmetloii Par Holl Reuben Torgerson, Gravel Checker and mileage 21.90 S. J.Nalson, Labor;. ,...,..; 6.76 Quy P. Lansing, Labor " 8.76 Harvey Hagen, Labor 4.50 Frank Dalley, Labor 43.20 Abo Durrett, Labor ' 16.66 Geo. Smith, Foreman 116.65 Vern Schultz, Hoist operator 100.10 Maurice Leo, Laborer 66.60 Abe Durrett, Laborer 63.00 ..... . ................... Mid-West Service Co, Oil Miller & Son, J. F., Tire- changing .................................... 2.00 i tc rm of the District Court of Hum- Neimui, Ham, Labor • "' 83*00 ' holdl County, Iowa, which will be N. W, Bell Telephone Co ...... i bngrun nnd hojd»n at the courthouse Telephone ............................ 5 04 • In Dakota City, Iowa, In said Court* Olsen, Sain, Labor ............... . ...... 12 00 ly °" l no I Phillips Petroleum Co., Gas i and unless and kerosene ...................... 21 59 i defend and controvert the answer ...................... Rapp Hardware Co., Materl- - nln ,. .................... ................. Rankln Motor Co., Repairs and October, 1942, you appear thereto and controvert the answe ! of said garnlshee before noon of iqnltl riny, judgment tvlll be render- I e( ' condemning any property of debt ., Parts .......................................... g 73 , that may be found In his hands and Royal "400" Oil Co., Diesel ! d u ^ or 'o become due to you to the Fuel, kerosene, gas and payment of any judgment which grease ..................................... 733 62 tn e plaintiff .herein may- obtain Sawyer, Don R. Tire Repair ' 'against you In the above entitled and kerosene ............ .... . 1 4t 'action. " ............ .... . Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., Tools and Supplies ... ............ ...... .. . , 14 04 Solvay Sales Corp., Calcium Chloride Flako ........... . ...... 770 00 Thledc-Mueller Hardware Co, 131. Bolts ...................... 7 14 Watndm, Osmund, Tile Connection Rights ...................... 2B 00 .llfilntumnnce I'nj- ItolU Fay Davenport, Patrolman.... 110.00 Elmer Johnson, Patrolman .... 110.00 Thoron Kendall, Patrolman.... 110.00 F. A. Otto, Patrolman .............. \w 00 AGNES M. ERlCKSON, Plaintiff 1-5-4 Hans Porter, Patrolman'"".!'."', lloioo I S' '^- Riney, Patrolman 110.001 H. H. Smith, Patrolman 110 00> James Struthcrs, Patrolman 110.00 a. J. Nelson, Labor 94 50 Guy P. Lansing, Labor 96 75 Maurice Lee, Labor 4 50 Harvey Hagen, Labor 130^70 Ti*nt»»»Lr t^ull,,,. r —i ..J __ r 51.30 9.00 85.45 90.70 Frank Dalley, Labo C. R Chllders, Labor . George Knutaon, Labor Kervln Mosher, Labor „„ John A. Lattln, Survey 35.„„ GUM Arne, Truck Operator .... 187.06 Alvlri Bakkon, Truck Operator 136 95 Glen Brodale, Grading Foreman . Cha.f. Collins, Dragline '6'iie'r.- ator 166.75 j 77 IB: Mineral Spring* Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 31 Al'l "econded by h h° 1 > uar 4«''ly report ounty Audl- dlng y March fUed bv O r Th r «''y report ruea oy O. II. Johnson, County Audl- ' B luarter endlng y March OBITUARY limit* Gord . Knute Gord, son of Peter and Mellhda Cord, was boru In Norway, Feb. 7, 1854 aud died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. L. O. Soppe- liiud, in Dakota City, Iowa, June 15, 1942 at the age of 88 years, 4 months aud 8 days. He came to the United States with his parents at the age of eighteen months and settled with them on a farm In LaSalle county Illinois near Earlvllle. Here he grew to manhood and received his education. He was united in marriage with Serine Steenus, also of LaSalle County, Illinois, on November 3, 1886. To them were born five children, two daughters and three sons. All execpt the young son survive him, he having died in infancy. After their marriage they made their home on a term $n county near where their children were born and seconded by f~t' —". -••—'• >...-j import filed bv th** Committee appointed to count cash " ' he various county office., at the close of buulness on Mm, -11 ,•,,., business on May n iiii> 19A fi Wfllr V ?h n f y ,? chulze alld seconded hy b«fl« ni ' the nPHolntment of l aa belle b«l« ni ment of l aa belle Olsen as Auto Clerk In th« Treasurer's Office be and hereby ^ view Powers, Leo! Elect. Pr ' m <> 2.00 — , 1 nQ I'?" £ a >^ F°V,. s wiie>c» 19:53 ., , & Eleotrfct Ser- Baby Chicks Heavies that will make good fall and holiday springs. Leghorns that will make you good winter layers. Our last hatch of the season June 19th. Follow the "Wayne Plan" of feeding and get quicker growth and better production. Occo Mineral Feeds for poultry and livestock. Call us if you have poultry to sell. (U. S. Certified, Pullorum Tested) Phone 411W 31. South 5th St., Humboldt, Iowa Supt. ' Elect.'' ...„„.„?„... i nt'i H- Ji Bd - and care "of prisoners oo Sexe, H. J., Mileage '".'.'.":.'". •- Sohluter. Walter, Mlle^ge^ .30 40,67 Supt. Elect. .90 premium .:.;.:..:.!:.. 95.20 Smith Inn., Agency, W. H" Insurance premlnum ..... . ..... . Vonderhaar, Adrian, Vacation .liK.rp-K.Ui M -»-« »VV, : 42.50 13.70 1.90 .90 6.60 1.60 1.75 1.25 .50 6.75 1.00 1.25 miles .................. 11 on N«lso"n n 'r^ k 'iJ 8 a *w,*U> miles loo'.BB ."SeJson, Jos. It., aesslon wk. 3 Jaya 6S miles ......... 17 gg Comia. wk. 1H4 days 343"" Wttoousta T w'p." 'Trustees!" Bis posing of Dead Animals Ze E!ec"t Albert ' Mileage—Supt.' Oscar Grefs'oV'Reg.'fe's ... A. K. Olson, Re ff . fees .„......, £». s. van Alstlna. n«a- fk'aL* W f ' • fees BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY A BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY THAT WILL SERVE AS A GUIDE TO THE PEOPLE OF HUMBOLDT COUNTY. CONSULT IT WHEN PROFESSIONAL SERVICE IS NEEDED. IHllttH a. or Sehulzu, Ben E., Session""wk" 3 days 20 miles .....„.„ 18 O o w P""?ir wk ' 9 dtt y a 209 m'leH 55:45 W u e a r y 8 ^ n^Ues 86 . 8 !'!. 1 . 1 ' V *~ ' „ 80 ufe w y^tt= i-wo 3 days * ,« „„ Comm. wk. 9 dftys 160 miles 54.00 n Court Kxueu*« Fuud Bennett. Treas., S. B., Graid and Petit Juror fees ...„. 328 90 Bonde, Harry, Petit Juror tees i'.SO ;, J. D., Court Bailiff 54,ofl port 8 e 0 r n '..f:!. n0e8 ' COUn « e - 18 5 10 Btel Humboldt, S(e»i«""f'b - r"'" * THE MOLANDER STUDIO FOK GOOD PORTRAITS Dr. James H. Coddincton, / M. D. Phones i Office 63, Residence 16 South Sixth Street Humboldt, Iowa W, H. SMITH, Broker BEAL ESTATE INSURANCE FABW LOANS TeU ')50 Legion Building A, S. ARENT, M, D, Mored to 15 South Tuft Street Humboldt, Iowa Phones i OW«e 117} Bes, WW8 DIRECTORY OF CITY OFFICIALS Mayor, William P. Housel Clerk, H. P. Jakway Asseaaor, A. E. Ruse Councllraen, Albert Morehouse, A. P. Andersen, Q. P. Ruse, Ray Wogeji. DIRECTORY OF COUNTY OFFICIALS .1 Auditor, Otto H. Johnson Treasurer, R, E. Bennett Recorder, Arne Sorllen Clerk of District Court. M. A. Wallukaft Sheriff, H, J. Sexe Superintendent, Frances Measer Engineer, Vernoq Miller County Attorney, Philip C. Lov- rlen Coroner, J, K.. Coddington DIRECTORY OF SCHOOL OFFICIALS President, Harry Strong Secretary, Esther Ernst Treasurer, B. B, Watson Members of Board, Mrs. C. W. Qarfleld, T. C. MIckelBon, Ed • Rapp, harry Strpng, Mrs. George McCollough. Superintendent, B. C, C. M. WOODARD DENTIST Hiunboldt, Iowa OBIce Phone 44, Res. phone 181 .Office,. 1st Floor Legion Building S BROCKMAN INSURANCE Automobile and Tracks Fire and Tornado Accident and Health Phone 819 Jlnmboldt, Iowa FRANKLIN JAQUA ATTORNEI AT LAW General Law Practice 0«ke flyer Reed Jewelry store Phone 170 Huwboldt, Iow» A»» CLEANING, AEPAIBIN6 DEVINE CLEANERS I»l)one SO for Free DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES Methodist, Bey, W. t* Rev. W. HERRICK OF TJTL8 ' RAY MNDHART e f lo Snwyer, 1 Sflrv ' Hvll's Be»dy,to,»Vew Shop III Avenue Baptist, Rsy. W»U»m» , Rev. Q, B,'Ai}, and where Mrs. Card died iu 1894. He came to Iowa, with his fo»jr children in 1903 and settled on »nd » majority of {9 fapt they increased farm south of Humboldt where he Her. George St, Mary's Cbureb, n&er Fits, A Dlf MfWtW lived until 1938 when he came to over April. This does not include make big home with his daughter, gale of |9^844.?5 in war bonds. Mrs. L. O. Spppetehd., j n pakota 'SB*. SUIp ** 9 *** W^* 94fJKK_ *tM"t*'*"^*"*t«M*|M*»***••*>«tH4«»«

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