The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on June 30, 1942 · Page 4
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 4

Humboldt, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 30, 1942
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Reported for Training , IOWA the ; regiment Camp Dodge for two training iBst SuftdSy, dafit. J. SWftfiStm, regular army twining atficBi 1 , was on the "prdvislonfcl jrnllCe battalion In instructing the n6» men. ?-. And On JuJy 3 MaJ. Ernest W. ^tlraf, Omaha, Neb., of seventh corps headquarters, an expert in chemical warfare service, was to be on hand to Instruct the guardsmen in chemical weapons and warfare. Thus, the regular army is help' ing with the instruction ot state " guards under a war department Statement ot the mission of state guards. This mission, according to an t Outline recently issued by the war ' department, is: "to provide an adequate, trained force for employment* within the boundaries and jurisdiction of their respective - states as directed by the state executive and legislature. "The state guards are expected, . under normal circumstances, to be used for the benefit of the state to _ meet domestic emergencies such QS * civil disturbances and disasters resulting from.War or other cause and to guard 'and protect vital industries, installations, communications, and Jtedtmii^when local police and civil guards are .'deemed Inadequate,,';/', "In addition, 'the state guards may be expected to assist military police and other units of the army, to suppress the efforts of enemy agents such as column groups organized fifth and parachute troops and to cooperate with federal military authorities in extreme emergencies especially in the evacuation of civilians and in Information and observation duty at our near frontiers." The war department's outline em- 'phasized that it desires "every effort be made to make the training of the state guards Interesting and practical" and indicated that proficiency should be developed by realistic methods of training. Captain Swanson, from Omaha, ytttl instruct for two weeks when another training officer will succeed him for the next two weeks period and still another for the July 26—- Aug. 8 period. , I Just in case you own a car and may have forgotten it — you may " be called on the carpet by represn- tatives of the office of internal ' -revenue if you didn't buy a feder- ? al use 'tax stamp for your automo- f bile by July 1. The stamp costs and is good until July 1, ',1943. Here is some information from the collector's office which might le helpful: affixing 2$6; Warren, 10, 62.280, 148; PdSter, 1, 62,807, 93; Pake, 6, 40,11$, 127. Webster, 11, 40,019, 82; Davis, 6, 38,042, 34; Adams, 2S, 26,600, 229; Van Bureti. 11, 26,331, 74; Outhrie, 4, 24,118, 134; Wayne, 7, 1S940, 85; dreene, 3, 16,949, 56; Taylor, 3, 12,798, 47; Jefferson, 4, 6,785, 21; Keokuk, 1, 3,016, 7. Prtmd Father First fall campaigner to open his hedaquarters in Des Moines was former Oov. Nelson G. Kraschel of Harlan, who said that he had much organizational work to be done before his campaign is actually launched. When reporters called on him he appeared more in the role of a proud father than of political candidate for governor on the Demo 1 * cratic ticket. He had a mighty good reason to be proud for he had Just received word that L.'a oldest son, Capt. Fred Kfos^hPl. has been marto aide- de-camp to Maj. Gen. Russell Hartle, commander of United States armed forces stationed in Ireland. He also had received word from another son, Dick, that the latter would finish his year in the ferry- ng service of Great Britain dur- ng July and undoubtedly would receive a furlough to visit at home. After that he will continue in the 'errying service for the United Nations. WAACS The day-by-day training schedule r the women's army auxiliary corps has been released and there s no doubt about it—the girls are ;olng to be busy. •They will take 227 hours of work >efore their course is completed. The subjects and number of hours which must be completed include: processing (vaccinations, Inocula- .lons, records, drawing of clothing, etc.) 21 hours; military customs and courtesies, six hours; punitive articles of war (necessity for discipline), for hours; wearing of the uniform, care of clothing and equipment, four hours; military sanita- lon, first aid and personal hygiene, nine hours; defense against chemical attack, three hours; defense against air attack, two hours. Map reading, seven hours; methods of training, four hours; organ- zotlon of army and WAAC, six lours; duties of recruiting officer to be given as an interim course only to the 52 WAAC officers assigned to recruiting): leadership, six hours; mess management, 25 lours; property accountability, 25 lours; company administration, 35 lours; dismounted drill without arms, 23 hours; physical training, !6 hours; guard duty, two hours; nspections, one hour; ceremonies, the stamp to the dsh^ieW, it is suggested that the the stamp, .and it is also recom- jmended that the number of the \itamp be kept, as this will be very Important this year, in case gaso : line Is rationed in this state for the : reason that the number appearing f on the stamp will also appear on | the rationing card. No service at- i tendant will be permitted to dls- r 'vr. jpense motor fuel to any car owner >•'? it stamp uumher is not in agree* fj,ment with the number appearing '' -~on the rationing card." , .; Another significant paragraph ,. was added: v'' "At the close of business Dec. 31, y „ 1941, there were approximately T ,. 793,418 motor driven vehicles reg- ,. iBtered in Iowa. To date there ', i have been approximately 200,000 5 stamps sold. It is, therefore, nec- • essary that many remaining per', eons owning motor driven vehicles • act promptly and secure use tax stamp." Mines Iowa mines produce leas tonago for 1941 than for any year since the j inception of the state mining department in 1880, except 1939, Geo . Duckworth, secretary of the boar • of mine inspectors, reported re cently. In a year when coal mining wa expected to soar this was some what ot a surprise, Duckwort Said, Actual tonnage produced to 1941 was 3,027,058 compared with 8,010,905 4t>r^tbe poorest year. Av erage for lews the last five yean • Ja 3,4«,35?.8. Duckworth also reported tha , there has been a steady decline in the number of men employed in since 1937 with only 6,715 *, Mr, ftttd Mrs. Melvlfi Holt family, Mr. And Mr*. Lloyd Bray ton and son, bafyt, Mf. and Mrs George Armstrong, Mr. and MM Will Health, and Mrs. Marion Heath of Port Dodge, Mf. and Mrs Ted Berguulat and family, of ftoek Well City, and Mr. Lewis Nichol of Watertown, S. D. t and Mf. and Mrs. Earl Hunter and daughters Joan and Marlddee, of Qowrle. and the group voted to hold :ueaO A business meeting was held ant the group voted to hold their re union on the third Sunday In June again next year at Oleson's park The new officers elected wer President, Mrs. Lafayette Tripp o Somer-s; vlco-presldent, Lowel Martin of Somers; secretary am treasurer, Asa Brayton of Hardy Mrs. Donald Brayton of Somers was appointed to have charge o the child entertainment for nexi year, and Mrs. Ted Bergquist 0! ttockwell City, and Mrs. Bernlce Decker of Lohrville was appointed to select prizes for the games. A book containing the Brayton history Is to be complied and the historians appointed were Mrs, Will Brayton of Hardy, Mrs. Edna Whitehead ot Farnhamville, Ous Brnyfon of Nevis. Minnesota and Mrs. Charles Martin of Somers WEST BEJfD COUPLE WERE HONORED AT SURPRISE PARTI Relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas of West Bend, honored them at a surprise party celebrating their forty-fifth wedding anniversary. After the party, which was held at the Bass farm home Tuesday evening, June 23, pictures fo the group were taken. six hours; graduation exercises, wo hours. i Clearance and departure, threee hours; WAAC and current events, hree hours; duties ot a mess officer, five hours; duties of a supply officer, five hours; duties of ad- utant, four hours, duties of com>any commander, four hours andl WAAC officers and army officers a survey ot relationship and prob- ems between them), two hours. GLADYS ALEXANDER AND GEO. DETMERING MARROJDNE20 Republican-Independent News Service) LUVERNB—Miss Gladys Alexan- ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Alexander and Mr. Geoige Detmer- ng, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Del- Saturday, durlag 1941; Ave'rag' employed during tbe las flve yeSrsPia Iowa is 7,798.6. During the last year 59 strip Wines were ift- operation asd em pjleyeiJ.EJS m,eR t» prpauee 707.47 tpB8-Q<! coal whereas 60 wines op tffttfJA J» t**P t employing 616 tnei to prfls4«ee 733,941 tons of coal UW.27 I Q| t!> 6 (9tal i jr«re Io»4s4 at tto «U»e by J 12747$ tP*s were shipped to points | wtt&Jfl the state by riUlrwMj, 3,641 f teui vere fUpgeft to po&H <NM#U !' tbf rtate by raUrPad; (or lfl«t In" iba-mlning industry, '' tnorlng were married une 20 In Missouri. Mrs. Detmering was graduated rom tbe LuVerue high school and ince that time has stayed with her parents. Mr. Detmering ia a farmer. Tbe couple are now on their wedding trip and expect to visit Mr. Detmering's brother who ia stationed in the army in Texas. Infant Daughter of Kearnel Hill's Died Friday at Hospital (Bepublicsn-indupondent Now* Snrvirn) BADQBH—Norma Jean Hill, in-, fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kearnel Hill died at birth on Friday morning at the Lutheran hospital. Besides her parents, she is survived by four sisters, Virginia, ftuby, Nancy and Villa Lee and four brothers, Russell, Kenneth, Harold, and David. A sister preceded her in death. Burial services were held on Friday alter- noon in the Badger township cemetery. PVT. ALBERT THILGES RETUREO TO GAMP ROBERTS WEDNESDAY (Too late for last Republican) ST. JOE—Private Albert Thllges returned to Camp Roberts, Calif this week Wednesday after a 10-da furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Will Thllges and othe relatives and friends. Eleanor Bormann from the A. '. B., at Des Moines spent the week end here with her parents ,Mr. an Mrs. Nick Hermann and other rela lives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thllge and daughter Arlene attended th funeral services Friday morning a Mapleton, Minn., for Janet Sue, month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs Julius Gartner. Mrs. Gartner th former Reglnn Thllges, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. John Thilges o West Bend but well-known here The baby died of hemorrhages o the bowls, She was sick only short time. She was the only cbll of Mr. and Mrs. Gartner. Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann an sons and Harold Bormann spen Sunday at Earling visiting wit Mr. Bormann's relatives. Mrs. Ernest Gales of here nc companled Mrs. Oscar Bechel an sons from Eagle Grove for a visi with relatives at Watkins, Minn They plan to return Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann anw family spent several days this wee! with relatives at Earling. Domic Etriager and friend froti Maqueta, la., visited with relatives here last week. Mr. Etrlnger is a brother of Mrs. Will Thilges and Mrs. Joe Thilges of here and Mrs John Thilges of West Bend. Catherin Swlrezcyski of Munster Texas visited with friends here. She accompanied Clarence Erpelding here last week from Emporia, Kan. and this week Wednesday she returned to Kansas where she will spend the summer with her sister. Mrs. Adolph Puhrman and son Robert left Sunday Irom Iowa Fulls via train for Lindsay, Texas for a visit with Mrs. Fuhrmann's father, Joseph Kuppor and other relatives and friends Mr. Funrman and Roman Thlel took Mrs. Fuhnnau and son to Iowa City. Mark Thilges spent several days last week with Shirley and Franklin Magner. Delores Kohlhass and Janice Klrsfh had their tonsils removed at Fort Dodge on Monday. Marcella Thllges Is with the household duties at the George Wagner home. Heleu Yoiingworth returned to her home at Wnittemore Sunday after spending the past two mouths at tbe Orville Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. Te4 Wagner and Carol aud Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Wagner spent Wednesday in Dea Moiues. Father Frank Illg from Mallard spent Monday at the Arthur Ills home. John Reding son of Mr. and Mrs Harold Reding was sick with the meaies last week. Hammdfld, lad., front day to Su«da? at tUft parent af Al* bert Opheim home and othef relative*.. Mf. Opheim is eteployed ifl defense work at Hammond. Mr 1 , and Mrs. Kenneth Hanson and his brother Curtis who af» employed In defense work at Buffalo, New York spent the past week with the boys parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hanson; They wettt to Omaha Monday for a brief visit with Mrs. Hanson's mother before returning to Buffalo. Dean and Cbas. Skaugstad er- turned to their home in Humboldt Saturday after a few days visit at the Mrs. Anna Temple home. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Halvorsun and Janet were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Duncan home in Fort Dodge. The dinner was a Father's Day courtesy for Mr. Duncan and Halvorsou. ed Into the army last week Is spend ing a tefi'tfaf for tough at the hoffie at his-paf-ents, Mr.-and Mf*. JteJ Roflfv&d. Alfred Vaaa and brother, Han Hustad of Baflgef spent Sunday a Spirit Lake. Maflene Holden of Hnmboldt was a visitor last week at the home of her uncle Delmaf Kinseth and family. Mrs. Arnold Maxwell and daugh ter Barbara, of Dows were week end visitors with her mother, Mrs Dora Dasen and other relatives Mr. Maxwell drove up for them on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Graham and sons of Burt were Sunday guests at the home of their ton Glenn ant wife. Mrs. 0. Sween and daughters Tillle and Mrs. H. Winthers were „„ T* „ « , „, «. I week-end visitors With Mrs Mrs. E. C. Barber and son Rich- Swe0 n's sons Clifford and Oscar ard spent last week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer near Whlttemore. Margaret Barber returned Sunday to her work at Lyle, Minn., after a two weeks vacation spent at her home here and with relatives at Rodman and Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Schmidt and family spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gord and 'amfly attended the funeral of his 'atlier at the Skaugslad funeral lome on Wednesday afternoon and at Earlvllle, III., on Thursday. Wlnther of Battle Mrs. Henry ,ake, Minn., morning for a visit Wednesday with her uother, Mrs. 0. Sween and other elatlves and to attend the Sween- Sorleln family picnic. Lloyd Wendt and Maurice Espe- and who have beeii employed in a efense plant at. San Diego, Calif., ame home Wednesday and will be mployed at a plant In the middle est. Mrs. R. B. Carlson returned Wed- esday from a three weeks visit •ith her son, Eugene and wife at Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. Her son, Don ANNUAL B8AYTON REUNION HELP SUNDAY, JUNE 21 HARDY — The annual reunion was held at Olson's LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD MEET MONDAY JUNE 22 AT BODE (Too late for last Republican) BODE-The Lutheran Brotherhood held their regular meeting ho accompanied her to Washing- on remained and is employed in le government printing office. A. H. Hanson reutrned Thursday rom the Veterans hospital in Des loines where he had been a sur- ical patient. Mrs. Hanson and Is mother, Mrs. T. 0. Hanson and Minnie Hanson drove down for him. Mrs. Harold Gunderson and and their families at Rhodes. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sween of F0[t Dodge. Mrs. Xena Scliock was a busl- nes svlsltor in Des Moines on Friday. Miss Ida Johnson of Minneapolis and Mrs. Lydia Tlmms of Little Falls, Mlnn.,' v are guests this week with Miss Jdhnson's sister Mrs. Maurice Larson and family. Earl Skaugstad left Thursday morning by train from Boone for Long Beach, Calif., where he expects to be employed in a ship yard. Mrs. Skaugstad and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Olson took him to Boone Wednesday evening and were over night guests at the home of Mrs. Olson's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jensen and son Jack ot Qulncy, III., and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson of Laurens were Sunday visitors at the home of their aunt, Mrs. T. 0. Hanson. Hans and Mary Christiansen and Niece Edna Christiansen were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Martha Highland home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Johanna Hanson, R. N., who spent several weeks at the home of ler sister, Mrs. Ed. Enockson and lusband went to Davenport last Monday where she has accepted a position at a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Espe and daughter of San Diego, Calif., came Friday for a months visit with her mother, Mrs. Manda Mitsven and ils mother, Mrs. 0. P. Espe. Miss Irene Jewell of Los Ange- Callf., is ' *•* i U. * *ui vi\j vi u ui4^>i DISH taiiu ]pa I fill f IR VlQiftn r Vi la \ o \r t n?^L" °L^A°/° V « a a",lll d ^e home'of her sisfer, Mrs. Alvin the Olson picnic here on Sunday. Mrs. Beata Kinseth received a message last Friday that her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Pedersen of Hallock. Minn., had undergone a major operation that same day at a hospital there and that her condition was as good as could be expected. The Pedersens formerly lived at Bode. Mrs. Fred Jensen entertained at a family gathering at her home Wednesday evening in honor of her son Stanley's tenth birthday. Relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jensen and son Everett of Gllmore City, Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Jacobson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Petersen and son and Mike Peterson of Unique, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gregerson and Mr. and Mrs. James Gregerson and (family of Rutland. Mrs. Art Christiansen's birthday was observed on Tuesday afternoon by an Informal party at her home. Eighteen women were present for the occasion. A buffet lunch was served at the close of a social afternoon. Mrs. J. B. Jacobson attended the Jacobson family picnic held at Sheldon Sunday. She accompanied her son Eylvan and family of Ottosen. Mrs. Sid Holland's birthday was celebrated Saturday afternoon when a group of relatives met at ler home In honor of the day. Handwork and visiting were the afternoon's diversion after which a pot luck lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merritt went to Waterloo Monday where tfr. Merritt has a position at a Ford Hopkins drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Vlerritt were formerly employed at the Eastman studio. Mrs. Mer- •itt \A tho former Eva Brandstetter. Mrs. A. C. Roasing entertained at a Father's Day dinner Sunday, June 21, in honor of her husband. Quests included their children, Mrs. Fred Frost aud family and Richard Rosalng. Mrs. Tom Olson entertained a ;roup of friends at an afternoon party at her home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Grefstad attended the Olson family picnic at Thor a Sunday. Mrs. F. W. Aldinger and son Billy attended the Rouse family reunion held at Lost Island Lake on Sunday. John Opheim and son Joseph concluded a two months visit with relatives Friday and returned to their home at Enderliii, N. D. Mrs. Harold Rood went to Rochester Wednesday to enter the Mayo clinic for a check-up. Sha was accompanied by Mrs. Pete Soreiisen and daughter Kathryn of Humboldt. , Mrs. Martha Arne went to Ein- netsburg Tuesday for a brief visit at the Quam and Bortvedt homes. Mrs. Leo Kiuseth returned Tuesday from a visit with her parents u Ray, N. D. Her mother who has been quite ill remains In a serious Condition. • / Erllng Rongved who was induct'. . Miller. The Millers spent Sunday with their parents at Story City and Randall and brought Miss Jewell home with them. Mary Ann Hage returned to her home at Jewell Sunday after a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Don Smith and family. Lucille Jensen, who is employed at the Beechcraft airplane factory in Wichita, Kans., spent Sunday with her parents, post-master and Mrs. J. P. Jensen. Miss Jensen is inspector of sheet metal and blue print reading at the factory. Besides her work there she attends classes twice a week at the Wichita University. Anna Jane Olson who is employed at Garner spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson. Mrs. Herbert Loth ringer underwent a tonsilectomy at the local doctor's office Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Torrence and daughters of Rockwell City spent the week-end at the parental Qually home. Mr. Torreuce will teach physical education at Red Oak next year. Fred Malo of Wheaton, 111., came Saturday for Mrs. Malo who has spent the past month with her mother, Mrs. Anna Rober. They returned to Wheaton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lansing accompanied their daughter, Mrs. Allan Skow aud family of Humboldt to Clear Lake on Sunday for an outing. The first band concert of the season was held Tuesday evening. J. W. Schar will direct the band during the summer, Alvin Bakken and daughtes went to Iowa City Friday to see Mrs. Bakken who is a patient at the hospital there. Phyllis remained to be with her mother, Mrs. Bakkeu is gradually improving. Emery Bevard who has been employed on the section here has been transferred to West Bend. Henry Mitsven is improving his home by building the addition of a bath room. The work is in charge of Lars Larson, tPiJnjmie *IK"** tvale Ollmure City kefuhds 810.80 54.98 82.86 ,46.65 116.86 64.98 S2.9 45.6 141,98 (S4.95 45.65 TotftlD ............ 302860.82 850425.73 1153286.56 ttteCBIPTS 772094.10 381262.48 Oft HAnd , From Current Taxes .„ Prom Delinquent Ta*es Prlof Tears Penalty, Interest and Costs—D61 ^—Curr , tft*es—Assessments —Interest .......i: Walvered Drainage Advance Taxes „ Delinquent Dox Tax —From Auditor From City Specials—Sewer —Blk. Top —C. O. —Sdw —Olimore Sidewalk Motor Carrier Allotment Oas Apportionment Old Afte Pension—Tax —'Interest 136187 78.66 59.77 8.20 2.00 3.00 «4S42».S2 6892.41 1441.44 796.88 608.62 SlOjSO 64.96 82.86 486.00 369.17 Prom Sale of Automobile Numbers and License , Used Tax (Motor Vehicle) Interest of School Fund— 172.60 —Deflclehoy from State .... 206.25 Teachers Examination & Institute Fees : Homestead Sale of Bonds—Prl. Rd 840000 00 —Premium 2426.00 Fines and Forfnltureg from Glork 1194~00 —From Others 363.46 Trust Funds (Unclaimed Fees Clerk) .. SU6 From Highway Commission—>Re- demptlon of Primary Road Bonds.. From Care Patients In State Institutions From Sale Produce at County Home 1838 78 —Care loa.ig —Mlscel 46.93 From Sale of Bridge and Road Ma- terlal—Malnt 149.40 Tecs from County Auditor ———— ?ees from County Treasurer Tees from County Recorder ' Tees from Clerk of the District Court. ' Sheriff Fees from Sheriff 118.00 —From Clerk , 38.35 County: Refunds—Phone •. 6 10 —Care 86'.21 —Mlscel 66.30 41.76 2633.45 1128.70 1219.20 156.35 *7.97 4095.72 279.06 $.00 2314.01 694.85 16490.33 844.17 38766.16 623.94 378.76 12.00 37684.94 342426.00 1667.45 9.46 27494.00 962.11 2084.89 149.40 6229.45 f, ft, fi. Sf«hft«ii TfSaMfaL it Humboldt County. Ibwft do\ hereby «s«v« —Sale Material—Atlaclde —Weed Refund —License ... —Rent —Adv. Tax 182.00 285.45 12.50 16.00 2.86 147.61 467.45 30.36 County School: Refunds Maintenance: Refunds—Mlscel. —Fwt. Construction: Refunds lefunds: Apportioned 2.69 420.75 646.42 5.70 423.41 367.62 45.66 Fransfers from F"unds (Loans) 2000.00 -eneral Business 11204.70 1140081.85 13204.70 Total to be accounted for ,, . _, , T itate Treasurer's Receipts— aenerat Revenue— Sight Drafts — Institutions 1153286.55 7360 24 S 2900.19 tinerant Merchant ................................... . light Drafts for Automobile License.. —3% ........................................ —1% ........................................ 41015.90 2061.52 087.17 )ld Age Pension to State Treasurer.... tecelpts for "Used Tax" Remitted to State County Auditor's Warrants 105068 62 —Interest 7.53 173.75 637.60 759.16 bounty Bonds Redeemed—Poor nterest on County Bonds—Poor —Court House Bds 'rlmary Road Bonds Redeemed " nterest on Primary Road Bonds City Specials (Paving, Sewer, etc.) Orders In Corp. Cert, and Coup Orders on County Treasurer by Mayor of Cities and Towns Drders on County Treasurer by Presidents ot School Districts Township Clerks' Receipts {omestead. Apportionment 37584.94 v"aivered Drainage .', '• • v" Advance Taxes Apportioned 'ransfers—Loans Jeneral Business 10260.43 .50 44364.59 814.38 1499.83 3000.00 811.25 330000 00 29822i50 26028.40 161984.00 2159.06 2000.00 11204.70 56939.73 105078.15 3811.25 359822.50 769.16 190171.40 37684.94 4132.37 631.84 13204.70 otal Disbursed for Period Balance on Hand at Close of Business.. 772034.10 381252.45 Total to be Accounted for $1153286.55 OAfUfy.tftAt thtt report • given BDDVB is A correct summary of the Utisl- ness trnnsfist.jHj By,me,an,tfeftsufer during the perlSd therein specified,' Dakota .CttKjlOW*,- June t 9, 1912 R. B. BenSeft'b/.a. R. MftflB (Signed) 1 " HSBBty' 'County Treas. Moved by Sohu>*e,«ttl seconded by Kelson that Vhe Belnl-Ahnua.1 report for th«i JJer.ioA J»<Hng May 31, 1942, filed bjnftl -B/'Bitinett, County -, be and hateby is ,,A»1HH.1'1FMI> uounty, iowa mei'in a ouiy adjourned session «( ita,regular June, 1942 meeting: and session. The chairman of the board, W; W. Boothroyd, presided In the chair and all members were present; *> y The board, hsvlrig f 'just received Notice of the tjeelEfft or the District Court of HtflftBiHUF County, Iowa, In ease No. 11142 In said court involving the matter.of Drainage District No. 7 arid Sulr-Dlstrlct No. 1 of Drainage DlstrJclj.^p. 7, proceeded to read, consider,'and fully discuss the ..Provisions, ot, such decree and of the finding's arid 7 amendments to findings of the court Incorporated therein. ; "^ To the end, that the board may more IntellUenthtofitooeed to act and deterwffiBC^fVwfts discretion what repair,'JTahyy or plan, therefore, should be adopted. It was the expressed sense of the board and so moved by Supervisor Weir that Vornon Miller, County Engineer, a completely qualified and disinterested engineer be, and he Is appointed, to make further personal Inspection of the drainage Improvempntn In said district and eub-dlsTri™! to estimate as nearly as may be the yardage of the silt atid fifi now In the open ditches In said district and sub-dlstrlct, and to estimate the cost of removal theraofj and to report to this board specifically whether or not, considering the present grade of the open ditches and removal of such slit and fill would, as a practical engineering ?l a Jr? r 'i. m ? k<! for efficient drainage and whether or not such removal considering the expense, thereof, to b .e so estimated by him and con- slderlng the present rate of the 1m- Vu"tif^d 1 8 Th Uld be Warrar| ted °r further directed to report to this board, specifically, as to the matter of excavating Also, to report to the board the limestone now In the portion of said Improvement and n° r f e P° rt "Is best estimate as .to the cost thereof. He Is further requested to report to this board as to the m ,, te , r ot extending the outlet of said Improvement to make for better or more efficient drainage and the estimated cost, thereof. In other words, the said engineer Is requested to make his rlport ai to the plan of repair which, In his judgment as such engineer, would make for most efficient service'and drainage, as a practical engineer- Ing matter, and the estimated expense, thereof. The engineer will report to this board as soon as may be permitted on the foregoing and the board, upon receipt of such report, will, at that time, act further thereon. In making this order and appointment of engineer and request for report, this board does so, so that It may-be guided as to what plan, If any, should have further consideration and be adopted b'y this board in the light Of the court decree and findings and amendments to findings in said case, act- Ing within Its discretion In the mat- tor. Motion seconded by Supervisor Hoffmann. After full consideration of the matter, the motion was put to a vote by the chair and, upon roll call, the vote was as follows- V y i? s i : Supervisors Hoffmann, Schulzo, Nelson, Weir and Boothroyd. Nays; Supervisor None. It was the Informal sense of this board that consideration of whether or not a meeting of holders of i?,o,,ii n £., d ' strl ct or sub-dlstrlct should be deferred for consideration until after the report and recommendations of the engineer have been made. Moved by Hoffmann and second- 1 by Nelson that Soldiers' Exemp- ..on Applications Nos. 1 to 270 in? Hl lv fi. be and hereby are allowed with the exception of Nos. 26, 86, 191, 194, 228 and 234. All voting Aye. On motion' Board adjourned to JOS. R. NELSON BEN E. SCHULZE W. B. WEIR W. W. BOOTHROYD Humboldt Co. Board of Supervisors USE THE WANT ADS BOARD PROCEEDINGS .tUJUUIt.\l<;i) IIBtiUliAH JUNK 1IM3 t>USKIU.\ HKI.I1 JUNE] 17, 11MS Stat'i of Iowa, Humboldt County, aa, The Board of Supervisors of Hum- blodt County, Iowa met in an Adjourned Regular June 1942 Session of said Board on June 17, 1942 In the Supervisors Room In Dakota City, Iowa with the following named Supervisors present on roll call: Frank Hoffmann, Jos. R. Nelaon, Ben B. SchuizB, W. B, Weir and W. W. Booihroyd, The minutes of the Regular June 1942 Session held June 8, 1949 were read and approved. Moved by Weir and seconded by Hoffmann that .the bond for 1500.00 filed by A. C. Warner, Soldier's Her lief Commissioner, signed by C. L. HoRan and Paul Sea aa uuretieu, be ana hereby U approved. All voting; Aye. Moved by Nelson and seconded by Hoffmann that the Sflml^Annual Settlement report filed by R. B. Bennett. Cpuity Treasurer, be and hereby (a approved. All voting- Aye. R. 13. Bennett, County Tn>fuuirej> DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES Methodist, Her. W. U Bre&w. Congregational, Rev. w. Clark Williams Fifth. Avenue Baptist, Rev, Pa.uj . . , , bayin filed his report RAY LINDHART T, S, HERRICK ABSTRACTS SERVICE FfcOM) 418 Monday evening, June 22, at the itate — General 1810 8296.8 U16.3 ?7869.08 4971.37 38436.00 6211.83 4.7 church parlors. ..... State — Institution* Several musical numbers and a talk by Bev. M. B. ouMuera- uonija .... 4377.68 County 18885.67 First Lutheran, Rev. 0. B, An, deraon Trinity Lutheran, Rev. George . . . Tollefsrud constitute*} the program Jourt Bxpense ...... 'nor J308.5 ?613t.73 6333.59 888548 PHIUP G, UWRIEN 4f Office Cher (owt Mr, and Mrs. Osmund Watnem- observe4 their 2gtn, wedding uounty School at Fort Po4ge Sunday, June . versar yon Sunday, June 28th, They , held open houjje from two tg |ive Following are the families wbe at- in the afteraoofl at their »i*4 Mrs. Her- Mr*. Cartes Mvtto, Mr. 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. WHtN THE MOLANDER STUDIO FOR GOOD POUTKAITS Dr. James H. Coddington, M. D. Phones: Office 63, Residence 33 16 South Sixth Street Humboldt, Iowa W, H. SMITH, Broker REAL ESTATE INSURANCE FAHM LOANS Tel. 150 Legion Building A. S. ARENT, M. D, Hoied to 15 South Tuft Street Ifumboldt, low* Phones; Office 117} Res, WW8 DIRECTORY OF CITY OFFICIALS Mayor, William P. Housel Clerk, H. P. Jakway Assessor, A. £1. Ruse Councilmen, Albert Morebouse, A. P. Andersen, G. p, Ruse, Ray Wogen. DIRECTORY OF COUNTY OFFICIALS Auditor, Otto H. Johnson Treasurer, R. B. Bennett Recorder, Arne Sorllon Clerk of District Court, M. A, Wallukait Sheriff, H. J, Sexe Superintendent, Frances Messer Engineer, Vernon Miller County Attorney, Philip- C. Lorrien Coroner, J, K. Coddington DIRECTORY OF SCHOOL OFFICIALS President, Parry Strong Secretary, Esther Ernst Treasurer, B. P. Watson Members of Board, Mrs, C. W. Garfleld, T. C. Mickelson, Ed Rapp, Harry Strong, Mrs, George McCollough. Superintendent, B. C. Holmes C. M. WOODARD DENTIST Hninboldt, Iowa Office Phone 44, Res. Phone 181 Office, l»t Floor Legion Building S. BROCKMAN INSURANCE Automobile and Track* • tire and Tornado Accident and Health Phone 819 Humboldt, Iowa FRANKLIN JAQUA ATTORNEY AT LAW General Law Practice Office Over Reed Jewelry store I'hone 170 llumboldt, Iowa LEANING, P«ESS"Q . nmiwifG OfVINE CU5ANERS i'lione 8» for Free Pick an »»d i>el|vew 9 Good Work Prowpt Swjcfl

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