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POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, Febmary l, 1961 MtfMWMMMMmitlttmillll Mil I III IIII III III 11111111141111111 BOARD PROCEEDINGS Allamakee County MORRELL YOHE, Chairman ALTON BULMAN JOHN BAUMGARTNER Mint iimimMiiiiiummiiMUMiiiiiMiii Published below are the official proceedings of the Allamakee County Board of Supervisors. The publication appears in the interest *rf all county residents, town and znraL JHWUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS December 30, i960 Sotird met as preadjourned. Members all present, Minutes of last meeting read nnd approved. Soard audited several claims on file with County Auditor. Motion made and seconded to appoint 3>r. Alden F. Wiley a s Medical Examiner for two years commencing the first -secular day of January 1961, Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to appoint Or. Alden F. Wiley as County Home Physician for year 1961. Motion car- Tied. Motion made and seconded to approve the appointment of L. D. Mitchell, Clerk of Jefferson Township. Motion carried. Official bonds of L. D- Mitchell and Atartin Broderick, Township clerks, were presented, read and approved. Motion made and seconded to appoint JLoais 1. Jones as Deputy County Engineer for the years 1961 and 1962 "Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to appropriate S2l.815.50 for Aid to Dependent •Children in accordance with Chapter 239.11. 1958 Code of Iowa, and that $!,029.50 be appropriated for Aid to Blind m accordance with Chapter 24 1.20, 1958 Code of Iowa, and that $1,089.50 be appropriated for Aid to Disabled in accordance with House File 747, 58th General Assembly. These appropriations for the year 1961. Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to reappoint W. T. Wlialen. Chairman, Leta Schutte, Secretary and Morrell Yohe to the Board of Social Welfare for the year 1961. Motion carried. On motion board adjourned to meet December 31. I960 at 10:30 a. m. John Baumgartner, Chairman Board of Supervisors L E. Ricker County Auditor CLAIMS ACTED UPON BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ALLAMAKEE COUNTY December 31, I960 COUNTY FUND Morrell L Yohe, salary, 37.50 S.P.D., 8.96 S. Mil, 227.30 C.P.D. 77.77 C Mil $ John Baumgartner, salary, 37.50 S.P.D.. O S. Mil, 249.45 C.P.D.. 62.05 C. Mil. -Alton Bulman, salary- 37.50 S.P.D.. 8.40 S. Mil. 248.87 C. P.D.. 99.4 7 C. MIL SECONDARY ROAD Allamakee Co. Rural Fire, truck and fireman AUaitiakee Clayton Elec. Coop., moving pole lines R. J. Cooney, crushed rock __ Joseph St. Mary V, Fahey, right erf way Leo J. & Florence Fitzgerald and Mrs. Mary Trenkamp, right of way £v4 B. Gander, right of way., Iowa State Highway Commission, engi. serv. by I.S.H.C. Loo Liddiard, guardian, right of way TH . Leslie Leas Co.. storage — •Orvtlle Nelson, reimbursement "Harold Riehm, proj. C-1160 22.175.50 ^Tr3 County Elec. Coop., moving lines 100.00 351.53 349.04 394.24 41.00 5,234.18 768.80 141.60 663.00 50.00 377.14 100.00 120.00 92.54 MINUTES OF THE MEETIING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS January 4. 1961 Board met as preadjourned. Members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. "Board audited claims on file with the County Auditor. RESOLUTIONS 1 and II BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of -Supervisors of Allamakee County that •David E. Hoover, County Engineer, be hereby designated., authorized and empowered on behalf of the Board of Supervisors of said County to execute the Certificate of Completion of the work and final acceptance thereof in accordance with the plans and specifications ihereior in connection with all Farm to Market Construction Projects in said :C©unty. Dated at Waukon, Iowa, this 4th day of January, 1961. L. E. Ricker. County Auditor Board of Supervisors Allamakee County. Iowa { s) John Baumgartner (s) A. J. Bulman (s) M. L. Yohe BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Allamakee County that the Iowa State Highway Commission be Jbereby designated, authorized and empowered on behalf of the Board of Supervisors of said County to conduct the letting of all "S", "SN". or "FM" Farm to Market Construction Projects until •rfnrther notice. Dated at Waukon, Iowa, this 4th day •of January, 1961. L. E. Ricker, County Auditor Board of Supervisors Allamakee County, Iowa (a) John Baumgartner <«) A. J .Bulman (s) M. L. Yohe Quarterly report of George W. Tray*T, J. P.. Lansing, Iowa was presented, read and approved. RESOLUTION It is hereby resolved by the Board of Supervisors to sell the W& of NE*4 of Section 35-100-4 to Robert Maust Jr. for the sum of $200.00 in accordance *rith Section 569.8. 1958 Code of Iowa AYES—Morrell L. Yohe, John Baum-earner. Alton J. Bulman. NAYS—None. On motion board adjourned to meet January 5. 1961. at 9:00 o'clock a. m. Attest:—L E. Ricker 1_ E. Ricker BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ALLAMAKEE COUNTY Morrell L. Yohe, Chairman CLAIMS ACTED UPON BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS January 4, 1961 COUNTY FUND Co. Auditor, L. E. Ricker, envelopes $ Waukon State Bank, withholding, November Hospital Service, Inc., Blue Cross, Blue Shield Allamakee Co, Dept. of Social Welfare, postage Morrell L. Yohe, salary Interstate Power Co., light and power City of Waukon. water bill N. W. Bell Tel Co., phone service Waukon State Bank, withholding, December "Iowa Public Employees Retirement System, 1PERS 4 th quarter Iowa Employment Security Comm., FOAB 4th quarter- Hosbital Service, Inc., Blue Cro-is. Blue Shield Co. Sherff. Wm. M. Huffman, mileage Co. She-ff. Wm. M. Huffman. board and lodging for pri; oners „ Co. Co oner, R. W. Pa tern an, co-oners fees Co. A"H.. L. E. Ricker, express, Acres Blackmar Co.. office' supplies Allamakee Title & Abst. Co., bond premium tChei B. ALers. state audit 50.40 513.70 119.60 54.00 6.25 177.77 45.27 156.40 625.90 364.27 460.73 119.60 134.77 Bob 's Service Station, supplies, janitor --— Boone Blank Book Co., office supplies Fred Beall, reimbursement Culligan Soft Water, soft water — Fidlar & Chambers Co., office supplies Clarence Flage, fuel, court house — General Merchandise Co., supplies • Griffins Barber Shop, jail expense Boyd G. Groezinger, mileage Handy's Super Service, oil, janitor Herman Appliance, supplies, janitor — Mae B. Johnson, typing examiners report Koch Brothers, office supplies J. B. Klenske. auditing drug bills, Oct., Nov. Leschensky Insurance Agency, bond premiums Model Dairy, laundry. janitor- Monroe Calculating Mach. Co,, office machinery Monroe Calculating Mach. Co., rent for machines _ — Montgomery Elevator Co., oil for elevator Motorola Comm. At Elec. Inc., maint. agree. Thos. P. O'Toole & Sons, office supplies Postville Herald, office supplies, printing Postville Herald, printing and office supplies Matt Parrott & Sons, office supplies Ribbon Carbon Supply Co.. office supplies L. E. Ricker. mileage Daniel E. Regan, auditing drug bills. Nov. Mrs. Leta Schutte, mileage and expense E. W. Stock, fuel, court house E. C. Sullivan, bond premiums Thompson A: O'Malley,. bond premiums Waukon Lumber Co., coal, court house Waukon Rep. Standard, printing Waukon Newspapers, office supplies Waukon Democrat, printing W. T. Whalen, welfare meeting POOR FUND Waukon State Bank, withholding. Nov. Hospital Service, inc., Blue Cross. Blue Shield Mrs. La Von Fritze. care Mrs. Mary C. Ellingson, postage Interstate Power Co., light and power, co. home N. W. Bell Tel Co.. phone service Waukon State Bank, withholding, Dec. Iowa Public Employees Retirement System, IPERS 4th quarter Iowa Employment Security Comm., FOAB 4th quartern- Hospital Service. Inc., Blue Cross, Blue Shield Glen Burt, cash allowance __ George Mohn, cash allowance. Mrs. Clarence Sheriff, cash allowance Anderson P roduce. feed, co. home Aschom Store, provisions Darline Burseth. salary Caroline Ruth Burrell. salary _ Brandt's D-X Sunray. gas, co. home Bob's Service Station, repairs CO- home B & B Store, clothing Mrs. Eilert H. Bakkum, extra help Booth Memorial Hospital, care Brauns' Meat Market, provisions Miss Thora Brenden, care Burke Funeral Home, burial __ Burlingame Store, provisions Business Office, LaCrosse Lutheran Hospital, hospital _ Robert Burseth, transportation Business Office, University Hospital, Iowa City, la., hospital Helen Evelyn Cole, salary William B. Cook, salary Mary Cook, salary Carter & Herman, drugs Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to disabled Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to the blind Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to dependent children Donlon's Drug Store drugs — Donlon's Drug Store, drugs __ Evan's Refrigeration, repairs, co. home Equity Coop. Store. provisions Mary C. Ellingson, trans, expense F. M. Super Fair, provisions __ Fairway Food Store, provisions F 4c M Super Fair, provisions. D. C. Gilbert, ambulance Good Samaritan Home, care Lois A. Grimm, pasture rent. co. home Orrie Gilson, provisions, co. home Hausladens Auto Supply, repairs, co. home H & H Distributing Co., provisions, co. home Higley Chemical Co., supplies, co. home Hausiaden's Auto Supply, repairs, co. home Herman Appliance, supplies, co. home Handy's Super Service, oil, co. home Mary Lou Hill, salary Herman Appliance Store, supplies, rel. office Dr. P. R. W. HommeL medical Helke Optical Service, medical Hanson 's Grocery Store, provisions Len Hansmeier, fuel Mrs. Hazel Hansmeier, care „ Hager 's Grocery Store, provisions Mrs. Lewis Ihde, care Dr. R. R. Jeffries, medical Jones County Auditor, care J. S. Latta & Son, supplies, rel. office Johnson Hardware, fuel Dr. M. F. Kiesau, medical Dr. Lewis A. Knudtson, medical Koch Brothers, office supplies Linn Co. Relief Office, reimbursement Moorman Mfg. Co., feed, co. home Mrs. Alton Marti, care T. W. Melaven, provisions Meyer & Company, provisions Mrs. Harry Perkins, care Postville Hospital, hospitalization J. C. Penney Co., Inc., clothing Quick Chek 1GA Store, provisions Mrs. Luella Rekward, salary _ Regan 's Pharmacy, drugs, co. home Howard Revoir, fuel Regan 's Pharmacy, drugs Drs. Rominger & Bray, medical Gilman Strand, salary Sullivan's Drug Store, drugs _ Stanley Schroeder Store, provisions Spinners Drug Store, drugs Mrs. Vivian Selberg, salary _ Mrs. Beverly Shafer, calls at co. home Sonny's Station, fuel Schwa rtzhof f Grocery S to re, provisions Theis Clothing, clothing, co. home 84.10 47.48 2.79 5.39 35.50 1,336.77 Dr. John W. Thornton, medical Ed Valley, provisions Veterans Memorial Hospital hosp'tal i, Dr. Alden F, Wiley, medical _I Wiedner Service, fuel West End Grocery, provisions Waukon Newspapers, supplies George W. Wolters Garage, med. appl. Waukon Locker, processing meat, co. home 5.70 8.29 5.00 8.50 26:68 41.66 23.35 3.75 74.34 3.06 7.0Q 24.00 34.79 3.00 44.75 14.35 69.55 65.00 5.61 51.60 101.85 35.97 65.96 8.40 4 .50 20.52 39.27 98.00 399.63 839.40 42.28 9.00 185.61 6.26 168.60 59.65 30.00 20.00 119.29 79.00 169.70 153.07 151.76 59.65 8.00 6.00 8.00 506.73 100.00 110.00 32.51 29.25 .75 3.98 12.00 47.25 15.00 43.33 150.00 12.00 120.00 21.60 151.50 42.00 26.30 26.30 5.53 11.44 107.37 1,371.09 10.30 7.75 108.53 162.27 220.88 90.00 225.71 228.00 105.00 250.00 8.80 39.35 9.00 .56 64.50 15.45 2.00 63.75 84.98 29.86 43.33 145.00 45.00 48.00 75.00 3.26 30.14 18.43 3.00 13.68 10.00 79.20 45.00 20.00 15.00 38.00 61.00 137.90 25.00 168.50 14.95 24.00 75.10 71.50 75.00 100.93 10.00 144.00 123.00 24.50 37.82 54.93 18.24 39.75 45.00 1,740.50 56.75 17.00 28.96 32.40 73.50 Waukon Lumber Co.. fuel. co. home -— -Alden F. Wiley, medical, co. home , Ray O. Woldum, supplies, co. home •— Dr. R. H. Wheat, medical Waukon Lumber Co., fuel — Eaton & Palmer Real Estate, down payment on Karl Herman farm SECONDARY ROAD FUND Office of Co. Engineer, envelopes Waukon State Bank, withholding, November Hospital Service. Inc.. Blue Cross. Blue Shield Ace Telephone Co., phone ser' vice —! Office of Co, Engineer, postage, recording and office supplies Peter C, Hendrickson, refund Ace Telephone Ass'n., phone service •* — Interstate Power Co., light and power N. W. Bell Tel Co., phone service City of Waukon, Water bill__ Waukon State Bank, withholding, Dec. Iowa Public Employees Retirement System, IPERS, 4 th quarter 1,512.61 Iowa Employment Security Comm., FOAB, 4th quarter 1,431.03 Hospital Service, Inc., Blue Cross, Blue Shield Ed Blasee, salary John J. Bresnahan, salary Fred Dundee, salary Leslie Goepel, salary Paul Hammel, salary Carl Hildebrand, salary Earl Johnson, salary Elmer C. Koatman, salary Theo. Larson, salary Lloyd Newton, salary Donald Sivesind, salary Norman Rosendahl, salary Wm. P. Sweeney, salary Len Campbell, salary Calvin Beardmore, salary Garland Burroughs, salary Howard Meyer, salary Alvin Sires, salary John Munz, salary Truman Wenig, salary _ Harold Spores, salary Raymond Schultz, salary Orval Gunderson, salary Leonard Hastings, salary Leo Howe, salary Cletus Kelly, salary Clarence Knudtson, t salary Harty Kolsrud, salary Amos Pederson, salary Clarence Svebakken, salary Robert Weipert, salary Lloyd Forde, salary Harry GulHckson, salary Donald Kellison, salary Oswald Steinhardt, salary Albert Asleson, salary James Spores, salary Glen Barth, salary Bernard Stone, salary Eddie Breeser, salary Lawrence Martin, salary Farmers Hybrid Seed Corn Co., assign. Leonard Amundson, salary — Andrew Bresnahan, rock B & G Automotive Parts, Inc., repairs Bowen's Superior Explosive Co., supplies Bulman Electric, repairs Co. Auditor, L. E. Ricker, express __• R. J. Cooney, rock Carlson Materials Co., Inc., sand Coast to Coast Store, supplies Cohn Bros., Inc., repairs R. C. Cooney Const. Co., rental Decorah Implement Co., repairs Dick s Mobile Service, oil and grease Dresselhaus Hardware, repairs D-X Sunray Oil Co., gas and oil Enyart Radiator and Body Shop, repairs Evans Refrigeration, repairs _ Feuerhelm Mfg. Co., repairs _ Leonard Feuerhelm, repairs __ Gibbs-Cook Eq. Co., repairs __ Edward J. &t Margaret Grady, R. O. W. Edward J. & Margaret Grady, R. O. W. Allen Hartley, light and rent- Handy's Super Service, gas.- Hanstrom-Hubly Tr. Co.. repairs Harry Halverson. R. O. W. Handler Motor Co., repairs Hatfield Duplicating Machine & Supply Co., office supplies 1 Peter C. Hendrickson, labor — Hsibsladen's Auto Supply, repairs Herman Repair Shop, repairs. Norman Herman, salary Herman Appliance Store, supplies Iowa Oil Co., gas Jacobson Garage, repairs and supplies Harlan Johnson Radiator Shop, repairs ---^ Koch Brothers, supplies _1 Gary Klein, salary Clarence Knudtson, mileage __ La Crosse Auto Radiator Service, repairs __• E. Leiran Store, repairs Loven's Auto Parts, repairs __ Lynn Morrow, engineers bond Mason City Blue Print, supplies Vincent T. McGeough, R. O. W. Palmer Abst. fit Realty Co., title certificates Park Machine Inc., repairs Herbert H. Renk, damages __ Ribbon & Carbon Supply Co., office supplies Glenn Rice, mileage St. Pius Church, Cherry Mound, R. o. w. : Superior Welding Supply, supplies Tysland Garage, repairs Waukon Lumber Co.. supplies Waukon Implement & Service Co.. repairs Weymlller Feed Store, supplies ROADCLEARING FUND Waukon State Bank, withholding, Nov. Iowa Public Employment System. IPERS, 4th quarter Iowa Employment Security Commission, FOAB 4th quarter Vernon Huffman, damage — Reading Chemical & Eq. Co., repairs ASSESSORS FUND Waukon State Bank, withholding, Nov. Hospital Service, Inc., BC BS N. W. Bell Tel Co., phone service Waukon State Bank, withholding, Dec. Iowa Public Employees Retirement System, IPERS 4th quarter Iowa Employment Security Comm., FOAB 4th quarter _ Hospital Service, Inc., BC BS Acres Blackmar Co., office supplies __ . Co. Aud., L. E. Ricker, freight and express A. L. Hansmeier, mileage and expense Koch Brothers, office supplies Koch Brothers, office supplies Everett Leas, salary . Matt Parrott Ac Sons Co., office supplies Panama Carbon Co., office supplies — Ribbon & Carbon Supply, office supplies _ ".— E. O. Sandvold, salary Mary Jean Sivesind, salary — Waukon Newspapers, office supplies -_ _ , COURT EXPENSE FUND Geo. C. Murray, expense Waukon State Bank, withholding, Nov. Hospital Service, Inc., Blue Cross, Blue Shield The American Law Book Co., book _ Co. Treas. Leon Henderson, petit jurors William M. Huffman. Co. Sheriff, board, lodge, mileage — Martin T. Broderick. bailiff fees Melvin Roe, bailiff fees Pauline Everman, petit juror _ Geo. C. Murray, mileage and 18.47 expense 20.63 522.51 20.00* 52.05 32.00 4.50 900.00 24.80 1,363.40 102.70 3.17 18.09 2.39 8.44 59.78 42.70 8.19 1,177.30 84.25 259.20 350.00 259.20 280.80 270.00 270.00 370.00 310.00 260.80 270.00 280.80 385.00 260.80 292.50 280.80 280.80 270.00 268.65 270.00 270,00 248.40 28Q.B0 270.00 259.20 259.20 258.75 270.00 257.40 280.80 280.80 280.80 245.70 157.50 257.40 280.80 248.40 270.00 240.35 109.20 240.35 259.20 25.00 28.00 15.00 ^28.71 153.60 4.92 9.1 I 1,308.80 177.60 15.35 33.74 136.00 26.75 2.85 31.41 1,141.63 3.00 4.09 29.25 I 1.15 251.06 690.52 46.24 40.00 3.00 285.52 377.29 45.76 5.52 189.35 78.20 286.89 5.50 2.60 153.25 88.16 7.00 195.33 201.60 30.73 20.00 24.80 16.73 10.00 129.48 237.72 75.00 883.94 35.18 10.28 7.98 361.48 1 1.76 7.00 144.15 6.67 93.00 Red Warning Posted on Highway 30 More than 100 billboards on Highway 30 across Iowa carry this special red warning poster this month as part of a drive by the Iowa Highway Patrol to reduce traffic deaths. An average of 35 traffic deaths occur on Highway 30 in Iowa each year. The patrol hopes the posters will impress motorists with the alarming fatality rate and encourage them to reduce their speed. The billboard space and posters have been contributed to the patrol without cost by the Iowa Outdoor Advertising Association. Luana Hr, MRS. ARTHUR Correspond^ St. John 's Lutheran L. \V. ReuUier, 1^ Sunday, February 5, j» Divine service. 10:45 n. m .—Sunday Bible classes. Thursday, February U Junior choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m.—Youth cWt Monday, February 6, Sunday school staff. • • • • 1 Methodist Ch E. Wayne Hihnet, "Some people spend' trying to dotiue duty thin required to discharge h?, 9:15 a. m. — Morn'aj Children's Story, 'let\' Shine." Sermon, "No! Whale". 10:00 a. m— Sunday Thursday, 1:45 p. m.- Society. Henry H. Szpejnowski, salary- 204.60 Co. Treas. Leon Henderson, petit jurors 5 16.20 Waukon State Bank, withholding, Dec. 85.86 Iowa Public Employees Retirement System, IPERS, 4 th quarter _» 80.87 Iowa Employment Security Comm., FOAB. 4th quarter - 80.40 Hospital Service, Inc.. Blue Cross, Blue Shield 34.15 Orma Schultz. petit juror 4 7.60 Iowa State Bar Association, supplies ... 900 Fred Beall, bailiff fees 9.00 John Clarksbud & Company. supplies 5.60 Paul N. Hueneman. J. P.. fees 9.00 The Lawyers Co-op Pub. Co., books 32.50 Stenographic Machines Inc., office supplies 33.84 West Publishing Co., books 7.00 MISCELLANEOUS FUND Waukon State Bank, withholding. Nov. 43.50 Hospital Service, Inc.. Blue Cross. Blue Shield 13.95 Co. Treas. Leon Henderson. bounty .-- 455.70 Iowa Public Emp. Ret. System. IPERS 4th quarter 20.76 Iowa Employment Sec. Comm., FOAB 4th quarter 17.80 Hospital Service Inc., Blue Cross, Blue Shield 13.95 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm.. FOAB 4th quarter 2.327.2 1 Iowa Public Emp. Ret. System, IPERS 4th quarter ... 2,298.00 A. C. McClurg & Co.. books _. 20.90 N. E. Iowa Mental Health, interviews 227.52 Helen McCullow, Aud. of Buchanan Co., comm. fees 29.00 Roger C, Bender, inspection 5.40 R. F. Schneider, inspection 371.40 R. F. Schneider, inspection 356.40 Albert C. Seawell, inspection _ 14.20 F. A. Bonnstetter, inspection- 29.50 Roger C. Bender, inspection -- 8.00 John L. Cox, inspection 6.00 J. L. Cox, inspection 171.00 D. R. Fields, inspection 26.00 D. R. Fields, inspection 43.00 P. N. Moser. inspection 53.50 P. N. Moser, inspection 10.00 R. O. Sander, inspection 65.00 R. O. Sander, inspection 25.00 R. F. Schneider, inspection .. 25.00 R. F. Schneider, inspection .. 41.00 Albert C. Seawell, inspection _ 148.00 Albert Seawell, inspection -- 18.00 Aschom Bros., provisions 4 0.00 F. M. Super Fair, provisions _ Albert C. Hefty, comm. Iowa Oil Co.. fuel Iowa Oil Co., fuel Kehr Broa., fuel Lnnsing Lockers, provisions Quik Chek 1.0.A., provisions . Howard Revoir. fuel — Seliua Schroeder. c.tsh allowance . LnVern E. Scumnie. provisions . Spinners Dru« Store, nu-dical . Alfred C. Smedsrud. commissioner John \V. Thornton. M. D ical Veterans Mem. Hospital, pitnllzation Alden F. Wiley. M. D-. ical and hospital White Star Oil Co.. fuel Woukon Lumber Co., fuel - hos- med- 59.96 105.00 16.59 9.57 9.30 30.00 35.00 16.00 10.00 69 .99 62.08 I I6\90 3 00 37.80 69.00 t.7.80 I b.00 RoRer Hoar. I tamb Paul Klees. 8 ewes, 3 lombs Forest Dale Kelly, 9 sheep T. H. Krucner. 1 ewe Raymond Klees. 4 lambs lohn J. Lloyd. 8 pigs F.dwin L. McKee, 1 calf Harold F. Manning, 2 pigs Milburn Moose. I ewe' C.ovlord Moose. 3 ewes 1 Carl Mullnrkev, 8 sheep, I calf L. D. Mitchell, I sheep ,]ohn P. O'Hare, 1 sheep, 2 lambs 6.00 66.00 54.00 6.00 24.00 40.00 100.00 30.00 6.0O 18.00 58.00 6.00 18.00 32.60 28.56 3B.64 35.00 27.67 174.90 16.80 10.10 169.70 76.45 94.39 16.80 1.98 6.00 35.38 277.50 26.00 268.34 27.83 6.88 10.28 173.73 258.50 388.83 27.08 124.86 34.15 30.00 604.20 63.25 80.00 80.00 47.60 MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS January 5 ,1961 Board met as preudjourned. Members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Board audited Domestic Animal claims on file with the County Auditor. Motion made and seconded that the Regulations governing "Secondary Road Employees" Maintenance Employees. Road Clearing Employees. Construction Employees. Office and Field employees, and extra help be the same for 1961 as those of I960 as per minutes of January 6, I960. Motion carried. Official Bond of Morie Philips. Deputy Auditor, was presented, read and approved. On motion board adjourned to meet January 18, 1961 at 1:30 p. m. L. E. Ricker. County Auditor Morrell L. Yohe, Chairman CLAIMS ACTED UPON BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ALLAMA KEE COUNTY January 5. 1961 DOMESTIC ANIMAL FUND Ervin Bockhaus, I sheep _* 6 00 Pn't ''o ''Malfey'.'"2 sheep'.' 12.00 I-lorvu L. Oelberg. 1 sheep 6.00 Arnold Oster, I heifer 40.00 Emmett Palmer. 4 ewes 24.00 Forrest Rvan. 9 sheep 54.00 Delbert J. Russell. I calf Raphael J. Rea. I sheep Cregorv M Schulte. I lamb Bernard Schulte, 3 sheep Bernard Schulte. 2 ewes Ray E. Sweeney. I ewe Harry Sander. I ewe Harry Sander, 5 sheep Roy A. Schorg. 11 ewes, 2 lambs Rov A. Schorg. 2 ewes 12.00 Paul Strelow. I 1 ewes 66.00 Kenneth L. Shogren. 2 geese Lawrence Slattcry. 4 ewes Richard Sandrv, I sheep calf Oilier luana N'm Mr. and Mrs. Louis 1 turned home Thiirsit Phoenix, Arizona where ted a few weeks in the brother, Mr. and Mrs. Hi worth. Mr. and "Mrs. Arthur spent Sunday evening ir, ter Dettmnn home. Mrs. Oscar Larson had January 22, at her horae^ glad to report she is rait progress toward recoven. Friends and relatives the Lutheran Church day afternoon and 25th weddinu anniversarj 6-00 ! and Mrs. Bernard Palas' nnd with an open house to 4:00 o'clock. The 1 also were Ruests in th) Mrs. Palas' parents, 3ft Walter Knuth. Mr, and Mrs. Hailey Postville called on her Anna Gentz Sunday alt Mr. and Mrs. Eusene IO.OO 6.00 12.00 6.00 6.00 30 00 78.00 6.00 24 .00 6.00 60.00 Willard C. Vrrthein. I Realto Wille. I hog 36.00 | Fort D odge spent the W Harlan Wagner. 9 sheep 54.00 . „--„,',(„ \r„ . Harlan Wagner. 12 sheep 72 . n0 her parents. Mr. i Virgil Whittle. 7 rabbits 14.00 |Baade and family. George R. Willis. 18 rabbits and 2 hens William J. Waters. 2 sheep, I ewe William J. Waters, 21 lambs, 7 Willia ewe J. Waters, 3 lambs, I 38.00 18.00 168.00 24.00 Leroy Colsch. 3 lambs Horace Clark. I hog Mark D. Duffy. 10 ewes. I colt. Joseph J. Erickson, I cow Leo Ferring. I hog Harry Cullickson. I ewe _ Joe Guider, 3 sheep Gordon Hansmeier, I sheep 18.00 15.00 175.00 160.00 24.00 6.00 16 00 6.00 Emmett Howe, 9 lambs _. 54.00 HUNTERS Four Iowa Falls men, Robert Griffith, Gary Osborn, Edwin Osborn and Sam Norem recently posed for a picture that was proof that they had had a good year at hunting and trapping. Hides from 28 skunks, 100 muskrats, six foxes, 62 coons, 12 mink and 18 beaver were in the picture. Total value of the hides is more than $600. Mrs. Abbie Dunnin« Helen Campbell were d in the home of Mr. mi ence Linderbaum Suadu, Buy! Sell! Hire! Mi Lost! Found! Employm find it in the Herald 'Wat Herald Want Ads bring results Wedding Invitations AND Announcements with GENUINE ENGRAVING and THERMOGRAPHY Exquisite, die cut, high-embossed folder cards on finest vellum, with genuine engraving on cover in gold - choice of many beautiful designs. Thermographed inside with your selection from latest type styles; with double envelopes and tissues. Perfection guaranteed. 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