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4 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, January 18, 1961 iiiiiiiiiiniiniiuittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiit 1 BOARD PROCEEDINGS Allamakee County JOHN BAUMGARTNER, Chairman ALTON BULMAN MORRELL YOHE MUttHlllllllltllllll Mil IIIIIIHMMIIII III mill llltltlllllltlll III Published below are the official proceedings of the Allamakee County Board of Supervisors. The publication appears in the interest of all county residents, town and rural. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS November 18. I960 Board met as preadjourned. Members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Official Bond for John H. Baumgartner, Supervisor elect for term beginning January 2, 1961 and ending January 2, I 964 was presented, read and approved. RESOLUTION Concurring in Recommended Award of Contracts For FARM TO MARKET ROAD PROJECT NO. SN-2661 Allamakee - WinneaKiefc County, Iowa. WHEREAS the Board of Supervisors of Allamakee-Winneshiek County, Iowa., has considered the bids received by the Iowa State Highway Commission on November 15, 1960, for construction work on Farm to Market Project No. SN-2861 Allamakee-Winneshiek County. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the said Board of Supervisors of Allamakee - Winneshiek County, Iowa,'concurs in the Commission's recommendation that contracts for said work be awarded to the low bidders as follows; Grading — Dale Upham, Inc., West Union. Iowa 1 1 188,565.12. Passed and approved this 18th day of November I960. Attest: . BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ALLAMAKEE COUNTY By (s) John Baumgartner,, Chairman (s) L. E. Ricker County Auditor RESOLUTION Concurring in Recommended Award of Contracts For FARM TO MARKET ROAD PROJECT NOs. SN-2861 Allamakee County, Iowa. WHEREAS the Board of Supervisors of Allamakee County, Iowa has considered the bids received by the Iowa State Highway Commission on Nov. 15, I960, for construction work on Farm to Market Project No. SN-2861 Allamakee County. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the said Board of Supervisors of Allamakee County, Iowa." concurs in the Commission's recommendation that contracts for said work be awarded to the low bidders as follows: Culverts — Brennan Construction Co., Lansing, Iowa, $-4,163.28. Passed and approved this 18th day of November I960. Attest: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS • ALLAMAKEE COUNTY By (s) John Baumgartner,, Chairman (a) L. E. Ricker County Auditor November 18, I960 at 1:30 o'clock p. m., the board met to hear any objections for or against weed control work: for the year I960. No one appeared. On motion board adjourned to meet December 5. I960 at 9:00 o'clock a. m. By (s) John Baumgartner,, Chairman (s) L. E. Ricker County Auditor CLAIMS ACTED UPON BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ALLAMAKEE COUNTY November 18. I960 COUNTY FUND Rymond Odegard. judge of election returning ballots $ 14.75 Herbert Hartong. judge of election - room rent, arranging booths 29.75 Catherine Jeglum, judge of election ..„.-.. 12.75 Bernard Wurtzel, judge of election Mrs. Ruth Hagen. judge of election Theo. Bakke, judge of election— Robert Hagen, clerk of election- C. R. Shogren. clerk of election Edna Smedsrud, clerk of election John Schwartzhoff, clerk of election R. L. Brown, judge of election, returning ballots 19.00 Neil McCormick, judge of election .Harold Kinley, judge of election Oeophus Nicholson, clerk of election J. Moody, clerk of election, room rent 35.00 Roy E. Smith, judge of election, arranging booths Burton Schlein, judge of election 12.75 Ray Mitchell, judge of election-Harvey Gruber, judge of election Harold Jarms, judge of election- Roy L. Honn. judge of election- Vemis V. Englehardt, clerk of election _-Lloyd V. Clark, clerk of election Eleanor Broderick, clerk of election 12.75 Curtis H. Webster, clerk of election Martin Broderick, returning ballots Allamakee Community School District, room rent Pat L. Welsh, judge of election- Dewey Leppert, judge of election Francis Howes, judge of election Urban Ashbacher, judge of election Samuel Rask, judge of election Marks Byrnes, judge of election, delivery ballots, returning ballots •_ 15.25 Vivian ZoII, clerk of election Florence Lyons, clerk of election Josephine Buntrock, clerk of election 11.25 Willard Verthein. clerk of election, arranging booths 16.25 Allamakee Community School Dist., room rent Mrs, Mark Byrnes, room rent (counting) Jeanne Byrnes, judge of election Dorothy Hanson, judge of election Orville lverson. judge of election, returning ballots, arranging booths 16.63 Donald Ward, judge of election- Myrtle Tangen, judge of election Mary O'Regan, judge of election Irene ZoII, clerk of election, room rent 17.63 Bernice lverson, clerk of election Margaret Tiemey, clerk of election Harriet Forde, clerk of election- 1— F. Moore, judge of election, returning ballots 22.00 R. H. Weymiller, judge of election i Joe Burke, judge of election Claudia Meyer, judge of election- Cottlieb Bellon, judge of election Francis Morgan, judge of election JCathryn Moore, clerk of election Augusta Rudnick, clerk of election Pearl Kroack, clerk of election- Earl Moore, clerk of election New Albln V.F.W.. room rent New Albin City Hall, room rent Wilbur Marks, arranging booths, special police John C. Larkin. judge of election R, 1— Frink, judge of election, arranging booths 17.50 Roger Hansmeier, judge of election, delivering ballots, returning ballots ZI.50 Clarence Brandsmeier, judge of election . Bartbell Bakkum, judge of elec— ' tion Irene Jones, judge of election Lyal Mitchell, clerk of election- Ed C. Ryan, clerk of election Mary Byrnes, clerk of election George Seltz, clerk of election Phyllis Lawson, room rent 8.25 8.25 8.25 12.75 12.75 8.25 8.25 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.25 12.75 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25 12.75 2.50 2.50 7.50 11.25 11.25 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 5.00 4.00 11.63 11.63 7.13 7.13 7.13 11.63 7.13 7.13 .15.00 15.00 12.75 12.75 12.75 15.00 15.00 12.75 12.75 5.00 5.00 7.00 16.50 12.75 12.75 12.75 16.50 16.50 12.75 12.75 12.75 12.75 9.00 9.00 12.75 9.00 9.00 5.00 14.25 14.25 14.25 12.00 12.00 14.25 12.00 12.00 20.00 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 25.00 11.63 14.63 7.13 7.13 7.13 7.13 7.13 1 1.63 I 1.63 15.00 13.50 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 13.50 13.50 15.00 12.75 12.75 12.75 Cyril Garin, judge of election — Ed Hawes. judge of election Ralph Jenkins, judge of election. Chns. Gaunitz, Judge of election, returning ballots 15.00 Raymond Mooney, judge of election Francis Kernan. judge of election Ray Crowe, clerk of election, arranging booths 17.75 Hulda Caunitz. clerk of election Rudolph Dchli. clerk of election Evelyn Delnney, clerk of election Wm. L. Curran, repairing walk James Thorsten. judge of election Herbert Feucrhelm Sr., judge of election ' Leonard Dee, judge of election _ Vincent Strub, judge of election- Oscar Kerndt. judge of election, returning ballots !?•"" Elsie Irons, judge of election __ Marie Kemdt. clerk of election Glenn Feuerhelm. clerk of election Alice Luster, clerk of election — Irma Cilbcrtson, clerk of election City of Lansing, room rent Edw. J. Crady, judge of election. returning ballots 2 J .5 0 Ray Wiethom. judge of election _ Emmet Palmer, judge of election Wilbur Cahoon. clerk of election Paul Pufahl. clerk of election— Herbert A. Schmidt, room rent _ Elmer W. Hager, judge of elec tion Emmett Larkin. judge of election, returning 'ballots Emmott Winkle, judge of election, arranging booths, light bulbs for school house 20.77 Mae Jean Bakke judge of election Donald Flage, judge of election _ Eleanor Nolting, judge of election Alice -Hager. clerk of election Elaine Bahr, clerk of election Ben Winkle, clerk of election — Kenneth O'Brien, clerk of election Peter W. Bieber, judge of election, arranging booths Carl Brandsmeier. judge of elec tion Martin Hanson, judge of election, arranging 'booths 15.00 Bartley Needham. judge of election ' Charles Cook, judge of election _ Harry Sorum, judge of election Horace "Clark, clerk of election- T. C •Knudtson, clerk of election . Paul Hansmeier, clerk of election C. A. KernSt, clerk of election Allamakee County Farm Bureau, room 'rent H. II. S*/ain, judge of election- Eddie Hagen, judge of election _ Mildred Kelly, judge of election _ 'Mary ; Loii *Welpert, judge of election, returning ballots .20.00 Olvin Sorenson, Judge of election 15.00 Helmer Kolsrud, Judge Of election Alexander Grangaard, clerk of election Virginia McCormick, clerk of election Elva Lea Meyer, clerk of election Lester Ness, clerk of election, arranging booths 20.00 Allamakee Community School Dist.; room rent Victory Halverson, special police Elde Sander, judge of election — Arbe 'Behrens, judge of election, arranging booths Arbie Heckman, judge of election John A. Schroeder, judge of election Leta Schutte, judge of election Harvey .Schultz, judge of election Willard Schutte. clerk of election, returning ballots 18.00 Hattic Weihe, clerk of election _Lloyd Schroeder, clerk of election C. C. Hoth. clerk of election Town of Postville, room rent Leo F. Livingston, judge of election, returning ballots 20.00 Othello H. Olson, judge of election Wm. Schulte, judge of election Barbara McGeough, judge of election Eldon J. Bulman. judge of election Will Monserud, judge of election E. O. Sandvold, clerk of election- Norma Easley, clerk of election- Mary E. Houlihan, clerk of election Lucille Braze!!, clerk of election W .E. Frank, room rent 20.00 George Shefelbine, judge of elec- election 12.00 Alvin Meyer, judge of election __ John E. Ryan, judge of election- Robert Schroeder, judge of election Albert Vonderohe, judge of elec tion. returning ballots Elmer Fruechte, judge of election Emmet J. Ryan, clerk of election Heniy E. Vonderohe. clerk of election, arranging booths Ervin Rober, clerk of election _Herbert Donovan, clerk of election Elmer Herman, judge of election, returning ballots, arranging booths 22.75 Leonard Baxter, judge of election Herbert Straate, judge of election Floyd Knudtson, judge of election Clarence Haas, judge of election Ralph Os'terholz, judge of election Helen Mellick, clerk of election- Henry Schmidt, clerk of election, arranging booths 14.25 Paul Fahey, clerk of election John Sivesind, clerk of election, room rent, arranging booths „ Mrs. Ralph Osterholz, room rent (counting board) 10.00 Carlton Teff, judge of election -_ Vincent Schulte, judge of election Art Goodno, judge of election -_ John C. Schulte, judge of election Irving Thompson, judge of election, delivering ballots I 6.25 Floyd Kumpf, judge of election- Frank Schulte, clerk of election _ Martin Coodno, clerk of election- Chris Teff, clerk of election Roy Tyribakken. clerk of election Helen Enyart, judge of election _ Mary Mellick, judge of election- Harvey Stock, judge of election Car! Groezinger, judge of election Margaret Bahr, judge of election- Rose Desmond, judge of election Barbara Cote, clerk of election _ Leslie Kemdt, clerk of election _ Mary Mauss, judge of election - ZeraphLindblom, judge of election John Schilling, judge of election Mary Howes, judge of election _ Hildegarde Hangartner, judge of election Florence Dundee, judge of elec tion Florence Deeny, clerk of election Eleanor Taylor, clerk of election Joe Deeney, clerk of election Aria Bulman, clerk of election Chaa. Whalen. judge of election- Frances Johnson, judge of election 14.25 Martha Kerndt, judge of election Darlene Johnson, judge of election Jeanne Mason, judge of election- Hazel Campbell, clerk of election Mildred Jones, clerk of election- Ruth Toney, clerk ofelection Helen Sullivan, clerk of election- Catherine A. Byrnes, clerk of election 12.00 Jean Blocker, clerk of election Gwendolyn Slitor, clerk of elec I tion 15.00 12.75 12.75 15.00 15.00 5.00 15.00 22.25 15.00 13.50 13.50 13.50 15.00 13.50 13.50 25.00 12.00 12.00 9.75 9.75 9.75 12.00 9.75 9.75 12.00 12.00 12.00 7.50 12.50 7.50 12.00 16.00 7.50 7.50 12.75 12.75 8.25 8.25 8.25 12.75 8.25 19.75 12.75 12.75 12.75 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25 12.75 12.75 I 1.25 11.25 I 1.25 13.50 13.50 13.50 I 1.25 11.25 14.25 14.25 14.25 12.00 12.00 12.00 14.25 14.25 12.00 12.00 14.25 14.25 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 14.25 14.25 13.50 AGREEMENT Covering the appointment of Allamakee County official Newspapers for the period—January I, 1961 to January I, 1962 ... Because the undersigned publishers feel that it is in fha beat interest of Allamakee County to have the county official proceedings published in every newspaper In the county, it Is™ agreed that the apportionments, and the division of compensation shall be made on the following basis: The Wnukon Democrat to be named a county official newspaper, and receive full legal compensation. The Wnukon Republican-Standard to be named a county official newspaper, and receive two-thirds legal compen sation. The Postville Herald to be named a county official newspaper, and receive two-thirds legal compensation. The Lansing Journal to be named a county official newspaper and receive two-thirds legal compensation. Since the total compensation allowed under this agreement does not exceed the amount allowed by the laws of Iowa for the publication of official proceedings, it is a legal agreement as ruled upon by the Iowa Supreme Court. Signed this 26th day of November! 1960, this agreement will be in full force for a term of one year — the pe riod between January 1, 1961 and January I, 1962. Signed: (s) Louis E .Hull For the Waukon Democrat Signed: (s) Leslie K. Hull For the Waukon Republican- Standard Signed: (s) Clifford W. DeCarmo For the Postville Herald Signed: (s) M. Joseph Dunlevy For the Lansing Journal CLAIMS ACTED UPON BY THE B6ARD OF SUPEPERVISRS, ALLAMAKEE COUNTY December 5, 1960 COUNTY FUND. Clerk of District Court, Lloyd Kolsrud, stamps Hospital Service. Inc., BC BS — Waukon State Bank, withholding, October Interstate Power Co., light bill N. W. Bell Tel. Co., phone bills Co. Recorder, Keith E. Bigelow, postage Boone Blank Book Co., office supplies Carl T. Berge, supplies Alton J. Bulman, salary, 31.25 SPD, 6.30 S. Mil 225.85 C. P.D. 101.57 C. Mil 364.97 John Baumgartner, salary, 31.25 S.P.D. .00 S. Mil, 235:65 CP. D. 62.65 C. Mil - — 329.75 John Baumgartner, bond prem ium 31.86 Arbe Behrens, trustee meeting- 4.00 Martin Broderick, trustee meet- 4.00 20.00 119.60 549.50 I98.il 152.10 20.00 12.02 8,20 lng 13.50 MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Dec. 5, I960 Board met as preadjourned. Members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. This being day set to vacate roads as per minutes of November 3 in Section 996-6 known as parts of roads No. 643 and No. 173, and as no objectors appeared road was declared vacated. Moved and seconded to assign tax sale certificate No. 2402 to Leslie K. Hull upon payment of all sums due as assessed against this property. Motion made and seconded to cancel the 1959 taxes payable in 1960 on personal property assessed to Glen Palmer in Linton Towpship. Said cancellation ts .requested due to the fact that he moved to Wisconsin in February of 1959 and that the same personal property was assessed as of-May 1, 1959 'and the taxes thereon paid In I960 in that State. Motion carried. Board appointed the official Co. Coroner. R. W. Pateman, coroner's fees Culligan Soft Water, soft water Co. Aud. L. E. Ricker, postage and freight Co. Atty. Lynn W. Morrow, office expense Valiere Dundee, repairs, court house Eide Electronics, batteries for Sheriff's radio Equity Coop. Assn., supplies, janitor • Donald Flage, trustee meeting Clarence Flage, fuel. court house . Boyd G. Groezinger, mileage — Hatfield Dup. & Supply Co., office supplies Hanson Grocery, supplies Elmer W. Hager, trustee meeting • Arbie Heckman, trustee meeting William M. Huffman, school of instruction William M. Huffman, board and lodge, prisoners _ William M. Huffman, mileage Harold Jarms, trustee meetirrg- Koch Brothers, office supplies- Koch Brothers, office supplies Klipto Loose Leaf Co., office supplies Lansing Ridge Cemetery, care of graves : Herbert Larsen, salary Gladys Moe Jc Ethel Shattuck. school of Inst. Mt. Olivet Cemetery Ass'n., care of graves Motorola Comm. et Elec. Inc., maint. agree. Mark Mauss Chev., room rent— Midland Laboratories, supplies- Thos. P .O'Toole & Sons, office supplies Peterson Bros., supplies A. V. Palmer, plat books Daniel E. Regan, auditing drug hills Schilling Paper Co., supplies — Burton Schlein. trustee meeting Willard Schutte, trustee meeting Willard Schutte, room rent for trustee meeting Eldo Sander, trustee meeting -Mrs. Leta Schutte, meeting — Ora Smith, special duty Transcopy, Inc., office supplies Emmet Winkie, trustee meeting Ben Winkie, trustee meeting — Paul Ward, bee inspection Art Wendel, school of inst. _ W. T. Whalen. meeting Waukon Newspapers, office supplies Waukon Rep.-Standard, printing Waukon Democrat, official notice Morrell L. Yohe, salary, 31.25 S.P.D. 6.72 S. Mil 218.96 C. P.D. 80.64 C .Mil 337.57 SECONARY ROAD Hospital Serrvice, Inc.,, BC BS Waukon State Bank, kithhold ing Office of Allamakee Co. Engl neer, postage and recording easements . Ace 'Telephone Ass'n., service and toils Interstate Power Co., light and power N W. Bell Tel Co.. phono bills- Office of Allamakee Co. Engineer, recording easements— Ed Blaess, salary 197.56 John J. Bresnahan, - salary 327.25 Len Campbell, salary .— 262.55 Fred Dundee, salary 215.75 Leslie Goepel, salary 234.08 Paul Hammel, -salary 252.45 Carl Hildebrand, salary 213.85 Earl E. Johnson, salary . 319.65 Donald Kellison, salary 262.55 Elmer C. Kostman, salary 239.30 Theo. Larson, salary 232.25 Lloyd Newton, salary 233.95 Norman Rosendahl, salary 359.97 Donald Sivesind, salary 238.75 Wm. P. Sweeney, salary 222.15 Lloyd Forde, salary 218.18 Calvin Beardmore. salary 263.77 Garland Burroughs, salary 252.35 Howard Meyer, salary 252.45 Alvin Sires, salary 233.31 John Munz, salary 213.85 Raymond Schultz, salary .— 232.25 Truman Wenig, salary 223.95 Harold Spores, salary 235.53 James Spores, salary 253.29 Oswald Steinhart, salary 302.00 8.52 8.50 11.24* 67.64 4.00 13.30 14.39 4.00 39.74 48.60 6.59 6.88 4.00 4.00 88.87 54.45 97.12 4.00 37.92 220.47 3.81 6.00 44.98 8.00 74.00 51.60 15.00 32.67 69.08 •? 55.97 35.00 4.50 110.55 4.00 4.00 1.50 4.00 11.04 12.52 39.19 4.00 4.00 18.06 13.80 6.28 35.90 81.47 1256.70 101.70 ^ 1,246.58 16.10 5.22 47.30 39.80 21.10 Albert Asleson, salary Harry Gulickson, salary _ Orval Gunderson, salary _ Leonard Hastings, salary Leo Howe, salary 30.3,0 179.87 223.95 242.35 Cletus Kelly, salary ZZZZZZZZZ 252^45 " - " 242.57 277.36 225.10 Clarence Knudtson, salary Amos Pederson, salary Clarence Svebakken, salary —• Robert Weipert, salary "i.i Harty Kolsrud, salary 35.10 Eddie Breeser, salary 32 ?' D ? Galen Barth, salary V.i'V. Lawrence Martin, salary "2'?, Leonard Amundson, salary 20.57 Allamakee Co. Farm Service, gas and fuel — 96-8° Allamakee Title 4c Abst Co., cert of titles — - 82.50 Berge's Repair Shop, repairs — .„?•?„ Andrew Bresnahan. rock 48 ?'Sx Martin Broderick, rock 95.00 Bowen's Superior Explosives Co., supplies ?!!•?? Brennan Const. Co., proj. CI60 996.10 Andrew Bresnahan, rock *•.«;« Burg Implement, repairs 80.50 Co. Rec., Keith E. Bigelow, recording fees - 17.60 R. J. Cooney. rock 235.20 Ed Christianson. repairs 24.75 Carlson Materials Co., Inc., sand - <-8° n I —. ATI"" 1 —*•««* uinciai newspa-| sana 4.80 3000 ZllJZuJ* Z^fl ^ Ce < 1? U ". ty for year '' 6I A ' R Coffeen Co., proj. CI 160 1,654.53 iV.UO according to the following agreement! R. J. Cooney, rock 370.70 Mayhew Eaton A: Borbara Cote. right of way Co. Aud. L. E. Ricker, express Coast to Coast Store, supplies- William, Helen and Joe Dixon, right of way — Dubuque Auto Supply Co., supplies DX Sunrny Oil Co.. oil Dahl Motors, supplies ------- Dlllman Bros. Asphalt Prairie . & Sand, blncrcte Valiere Dundee, repairs Alton Evnnson, labor Equity Coop. Assn., supplies .Eversole-Rogers Company, supplies — The Fullwell Motor Products Co., supplies — Fitzgerald Plumbing it Heating. repairs .-r- Emmctt and Mary Farley, right of way Florence Farley, right of way. Tom Callagher, mileage Alexander Grangaard, labor Cibbs-Cook Eq. Co., supplies -Goplerud Lubricants, Inc.. supplies Norma Herman, salary -_ Peter C. Hendiickson. salary C. H. Hagen, supplies Home Oil Co., fuel oil Walter Hall, right of way ---George and Grace Hartley, right of way Handler Motor Co., supplies --- lntern'1. Bus. Mach. Corp.. ribbons : ; Iowa Oil Co., gas Louis I. Jones, supplies Gary Klein, salary Clarence Knudtson, mileage Harty Kolsrud, labor Elmer C. Kostman, express Koch Brothers, office supplies Herbert P. Larsen, labor Lydon Electric Service, repairs E. Leiran Store, supplies C. T. Lannon, Trcas. C. M. St. Paul & Pac. R.R., right of way . Loven's Auto Parts, repairs Lansing Repair Shop, repairs H. Leslie Leas, rock Mark Mauss Chevrolet, supplies Motor Parts & Eq. Inc., supplies — Arthur G. and Mildred Marsden, right of way North American Steel Co., supplies --Maurice F. and Mary F. O'Regan, right of way Bernard and Frieda Onsoger, right of way A. Olson Const. Co., proj. C-860 A. Olson Const. Co., proj. C- 1260 A .V. Palmer, plat books Edward J. Plein. labor Park Machine Inc., supplies Peters Insurance Agency, insurance prem. Glen B. Rice, mileage P. E. Rethwisch Lumber Co., supplies Leonard H. Ryan, right of way Rood's Repair Shop, repairs -P. E. Rethwisch Lumber Co., cement Arden Smedsrud, mileage Sires Oil Co.. gas and oil Bernard Stone, labor Superior Welding Supplies, repairs Standard Blue Print Co.. supplies^ • Standard Oil Co., gas, fuel Spreitzer, Inc., supplies John Schilling, labor Tysland Garage, repairs C. B. Taylor, proj. C-1560 Valley Distributing Co., supplies Waukon Lumber Co.. supplies- Waukon Newspapers, office supplies Frank and Mayme Welch, right of way Joseph, Earl. Jean M„ Thomas Dale and Marlene P. Welch, right of way Winneshiek Co. Treas., reimbursement- Wiedner Agency, ins. premiums 4 POOR FUND Hospital Service, Inc., Blue Cross, Blue Shield Waukon State Bank, withhold- ling, October Mrs. Carence Sheriff, cash allowance Inuterstate Power Co., light and power, Co. home N. W. Bell Tel. Co., phone bills Glen Burt, cash allowance George Mohn, cash allowance-Mrs. Clarence Sheriff, cash allowance Anderson Produce, feed, county home Allamakee Co. Oil Co., gas, county home George Brown, provisions, Co. home Berge's Repair Shop, repairs, county home Darline Burseth. salary Brauns Meat Market, provisions Burlingames Store, provisions- Mrs. Eilert H. Bakkum, extra help Robert Burseth. transportation Thora Brenden, care William B. Cook, salary Mary Cook, salary Carter flc Herman, drugs, county home Carter &t Herman, drugs Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to dependent children Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to the blind Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to disabled Donlon's Drug Store, drugs H. M. Empting &: Sons, supplies Equity Coop. Store, provisions and insurance Mrs. Mary C. Ellingson, trans. expense F & M Super Fair, provisions, office supplies Frommelt - Schaeffer Nursing Home, care . Harris Gruber, repairs, county home Giunta Bros .of Dubuque Inc., provisions D. C. Gilbert, ambulance Good Samaritan Home, care Mary Lou Hill, salary H St H Distributing Co., provisions Hanson's Grocery Store, provisions H «t H Distributing Co., provisions Hanson Grocery, provisions Helke Optical Service, medical • appliance Hsrgers Grocery Store, provisions Dr. P. R. V .Hommel, medical. Iowa State Industries, clothing Mrs. Lewis Ihde, care Iowa Oil Co. .fuel ... Dr. Roy R. Jeffries, medical Jones County Auditor, care Klipto-Stoyles Printing «t Office Supply, supplies Dr. M. F. Kiesau, medical Mrs, Clara Kostman, clothing. Kumph^a Store. :provisions Koch Bros., office -'supplies J. S. Latta ot Son, office sup. plies Linn Co. Rel. Dept., reimbursement . . Mrs. Alton Marti, care Medical Associates, medical T, W. Melaven, provisions Meyer & Company, provisions. W. A. Moritz, reimbursements Mid West Restaurant Eq. Co., supplies . Nu-Tone Products Co., inc., supplies . A. V. Palmer, plat books Pittsburg Erie Saw Corp., repairs, county home Peterson Implement, repairs, county home J. C. Penney Co., clothing Quik Check I.G.A., provisions . Mrs. Luella Rekward, salary Regan Pharmacy, drugs, county home Drs, Rominger & Bray, medical Regan's Pharmacy, drugs Howard Revolr, fuel _. . Mrs. Vivian Selberg, salary Gilman Strand, salary Sullivan Drug Store, druga and supplies Dr. John J. Slmmones, medical Schultz Brothers, supplies . Schwartzhoff Grocery Store, provisions Spinners Drug Store, drugs Sullivans Drug.Store, drugs Stanley Schroeder Store, provisions . Swartz Office Supply Co., supplies 306.10 4.57 24.08 666.82 11.67 11.03 25.73 193.20 5.00 29.22 53.20 34.64 74.34 5.64 700.00 300.00 10.15 19.86 161.05 10.13 5.33 124.09 131.43 21.64 68.00 224.10 5.98 4.67 164.75 1 1.34 165.94 31.43 195.63 2.15 159.63 155.11 8.68 6.01 2.165.53 6.50 9.35 2,185.68 35.63 54.07 423.40 394.34 142.82 539.52 2,148.07 4,833.61 7.50 104.50 21.59 44.42 90.16 19.00 218.54 1.25 40.50 36.68 558.64 158.29 14.85 6.36 668.5 1 1 1.70 100.31 14.85 2,583.54 111.00 43..80 142.00 636.67 383.10 388.95 453.95 59.65 159.00 8.00 105.62 56.65 8.00 8.00 8.00 274.33 85.44 7.00 2.69 75.78 15.00 12.00 19.00 3.78 43.33 100.00 100.00 37.50 6.43 1,177.06 101.49 I 1.44 25.05 31.69 61.65 125.33 173.02 I 10.00 8.00 64.01 148.00 105.00 62.12 332.28 74.95 307.80 157.92 .50 105.00 1.00 44.06 45.00 28190 29.00 75.00 7.05 27.33 7.40 42.00 23.68 55.70 10.00 " 45.00 5.00 20.00 15.00 22.20 36.17 40.50 2.50 7.20 12.00 29.30 25:00 58.20 89.02 75.50 81.70 8.00 85.52 56.92 62.22 19.00 17.73 30.00 222.25 46.65 10.00 3.64 State Sanatorium, drugs Merlin Scheevel, fuel ........ Trausch Baking Co.. provisions Trausch Bakery', provisions - — Dr. John W. Thornton, medical Ulven Drug Store, drugs University Hospital, hospital Veteran's Memorial Hospital, hospitalization Ed Valley, provisions Dr. R. H. Wheat, medical Wiedncr's Service, fuel West End Grocery, provisions. Wnukon Lumber Co., fuel Geo. W. Wolters Garage, nied- ic.nl appliance Dr. Alden F. Wiley, medical West End Grocery, provisions, county home Wnukon Newspapers, subscription, county home Roy O. Woldum, supplies Alden F. Wiley, M.D., medical. county homo Wnukon Lumber Co., supplies, county home ROADCLEARING FUND Wnukon State Bank, withholding, October ASSESSOR'S FUND Hospitnl Service. Inc., Blue Cross. Blue Shield Waukon State Bank, withholding. October N. W. Bell Tel. Co., phone bill . A. L. Hnnsnleier. membership dues Koch Brothers, office supplies Everett Leas, salary Thos. P. O'Toole & Sons, office supplies A. V. Palmer, plat books COURT EXPENSE FUND Hospital Service, Inc., Blue Cross, Blue Shield Waukon State Bank, withhold. ing, October Henry H. Hzpejnowski. salary- Ann M. Toman, salary Fred Beall. bailiff fees Drake Law Review, subscription Paul N. Hueneman. 1. P.. J. P. fees ". The Lawyers Cooperative, books MISCELLANEOUS FUND Hospital Service Inc., Blue Cross, Blue Shield Waukon Stnte Bank, withltold- 1.60 54.00 19.20 33.28 36.00 5.60 183.40 ,220.75 45.00 100.00 17.68 30.00 3.70 36.00 105.00 114.37 5.00 20.75 12.00 29.40 Achom Bros., provisions . 40.07 Equity Coop., provisions 30.43 F. M. Super Fair, provisions 15.00 lowa Oil Co., fuel 9.46 Quik Chok I.G.A., provisions __ 50 .25 Howard Revolr, fuel 16.00 Splnnor Drug Store, medical 38.92 Selmn Schroeder, cash allowance 10.00 A. G. Smedsrud, reimbursement . 5.56 Stumme Grocery, provisions ._ 69.96 John W. Thornton, M.D., medical - 1.00 Alden F. Wiley. M. D., medical 6.50 Wnukon Lumber Co., fuel 8.00 C. W. Rominger, comm. fees 7.50 Sherman Hart, comm. fees 7.50 Boyd Groezinger, mileage 17.55 John W. Shafer. Atty. fees ... 10.00 C. W. Rominger, comm. fees 7.50 Sherman Hart, comm. fees 7,50 H. Haehlen. Atty. fees 10,00 Boyd Groezinger, mileage 18.85 C. W. Rominger, comm. fees 7,50 Sherman Hart, comm. fees ... 7.50 Boyd Groezinger, mileage « 18.85 II. Haehlen, Atty. fees ' 10.00 ing Dr. Randall Bebb, travel expense Mrs. Lena P. Buckingham, travel expense Dr. John Cawley. travel expense Dr. Lloyd V. Douglas, travel expense E. W. Hnmilton, travel expense Dr. Esther Hult. travel expense Dr. Ross Nielsen, travel expense Dr. Ermn Plaehn. travel expense Albert A. Potter. travel expense Dr. Howard O. Reed, travel expense Donald Wendt. travel expense. Co. Treas. Leon Henderson. bounty Big Four Fair, fair apportionment Allamakee Co. Agr. Soc. fair apportionment N. E. Iowa Mental Health, interviews Co. Atty. Lynn W. Morrow, To of fines A. C. McClurg et Co., books The Grolier Society, Inc.. books Martin Broderick, mileage A. V. Palmer, plat books D. R. Fields, inspection Roger C. Bender, insepction __ F. A. Bonnstetter, inspection _ F. A. Bonnstetter. inspection _ Roger C. Bender. Inspection J. L. Cox, inspection J. L. Cox. inspection D. R. Fields, inspection D. R. Fields, inspection D. R. Fields, inspection P. N. Moser. inspection P. N. Moser, inspection P. N. Moser, inspection R. O. Sander, inspection Albert C. Seawell, inspection __ R. O. Sander, inspection R. O. Sander, inspection Albert C. Seawell. inspection __ R. F. Schneider, inspection R. F. Schneider, inspection L. A. Tischauser, inspection 97.60 16.BO 167.70 10.40 13.00 286.28 208.58 8.48 5.00 34.15 160.86 166.96 14.5 12.00 2.00 16.00 15.00 13.95 43.50 5.57 5.75 24.10 24.60 21.70 5.52 7.61 8.15 687.50 1,254.1 I 2.508.22 573.84 97.20 26.04 67.12 6.02 10.00 4.60 46.00 65.00 77.50 46.00 89.50 4 7.00 10.50 161.00 44.50 36.50 47.00 22.50 18.00 40.00 85.00 1 10.00 263.50 I 1.50 39.00 5.00 RESOLUTION WHEREAS the County Engineer has submitted the Secondary Road Budget for the venr 1961, and WHEREAS said budget Is subject to the approval of the Iowa State Highway Commission, now, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED thnt said budget Is hereby approved and that said budget be submitted to the lown State Highway Commission for their approval. John Baumgartner, Chairman Board of Supervisors Attest: L. E. Ricker County Auditor RESOLUTION WHEREAS the County Engineer ha* submitted the proposed Secondary^ Road Construction Program ; for the/ year 1961, and WHEREAS snld program Is subject to the approval of the lowa State Highway Commission, now, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that said program is hereby approved and that said program be -submitted to the Iowa State Highway Commission for their approval, John Baumgartner, Chairman Board of Supervisors Attest: L. E. Ricker County Auditor On motion board adjourned ta meet December 19. I960 at 1:30 o'clock p. m. L. E. Ricker County Auditor John Baumgartner. Chairman Board of Supervisors MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS December 19, I960 Bonrd met as preadjourned. Members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Motion made and seconded to appoint David Hoover ns County Engineer for the year 1961 it > salary of $10,000.00. Motion carried. Board audited and allowed several claims on file with the County Auditor. Motion made and seconded to discontinue suspension of taxes on the following described property: Undivided one-third interest in Lot 132 in Town of New Albln, Allamakee County, Iowa. Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to approve the following Bonds: David E, Hoover, I year; Paul N. Hueneman. 2 years; Chet R. Bnrr, 4 years; Mrs. Norma Svendson. 4 years; Lloyd R. Kolsrud (appointed trustee), 2 years; Lloyd R, Kolsrud, 4 years; Carma Myers, 2 years; Theodore R. Rumph, 4 years; Leon Henderson, 2 years; Arthur G. Wendel, 2 years; L. E. Ricker. 4 years; Keith Bigelow. 2 years; Wm. A. Moritz, 1 year. Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to appoint Boyd Groezinger as Janitor for year 1961 at a salary of J280.00 per month. Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to adjourn to December 30. I960 at 9:30 a. m. John Baumgartner. Chairman Board of Supervisors L. E. Ricker County Auditor School New$* (ContlnuedlrumrJ how one material a Sl into another. ' In social studies v»i studying about trees . we arc going to sUij,'. Rosalind Newman, rep, Elght-B. In socinl studies \ V w "Life in n Growing »S telling us n lot aWj tions in the laoo 's. ^1 about the education a|« • In English we arc l e „ manners and when to u finished all our cxamfe week. In mathematics we ^1 about solids, and how J volumn of an object. In science we are gotoi and its use. Wc are 41 how to control heat. ElEht-C, In typing this weelt.s people in the class: inR as teachers, horn helped us set up the si eighth grade wrestlings Wednesday. Each ol i three by five inch card ti dotes, names of towns, i the meets were. K taught on Thursday am job. Last week was our k so this week we are i„ new again. In sciencil starting a new chapter«|l In social studies we til start a new unit. Onil Nation at the Crossnnil chapter we are starting tion One or Two. In wrestling and went to Decorah It •basketball and to \vr English: We are chapter on using the ii& spelling we are starting! on the Accident. \ Mathematics; We anj start in n chapter calWlf Compass and Straight crick Wilker. Homennktr. The 1961 Betty Crt maker o£ Tomorrow _ High School is Sharon C Having received score in a written i homemaking knowl.-.. _ tudes taken hy graduats! she becomes a " miittt state Homemak... of !I award which wil be tct] March. The cxaminnt: in si! about 12.630 hi h sctto states and the D itrict o December 6. BLACKSitn George Paulson, of 1 cently ended his 55-yeaf a blacksmith. Remind the years George recall's last plow shares back ii| It was at this time i charged 2a cents to i by hand and now they) er hammer to do the sa at the cost oi $2.50. ADVERTISING ADVICE Merchants who do not advertise are invited to read the following from the AMERICAN BANKERS MAGAZINE, as it might give you a new slant on business, your own business, as well as the matter of building your town. "No business man in any town should allow a newspaper publish in his town to go without his name and business being mentioned son* where in its columns. This does not mean you should have a whole, h.H or even a quarter page ad in each issue of the paper, but your name a business should be mentioned, even if you do not use more than a W line space. "A stranger picking up a newspaper should be able to tell * This is business is represented in a town by looking at the papoi"- best possible town advertising. The man who does not advertise ^ business does an injustice to himself and the town. The man who " on sharing the business that comes to town, but refuses'to advertiw own, is not a valuable addition to any town. The life of a town dep on the live, wide-awake and liberal advertising business man." Postville Herald Postville, Iowa

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