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6-Alflona (Id.) Upper Dei Moines Tuejdoy, June 8, 1954 Eighth Grade Certificates To Eleven At Burt Burt •-• Many people attended the assembly program at the school house Tuesday morning, When the following students received eighth grade graduation certificates: Shirley Ackerman, Barbara Dremmel, Darlene Gifford, Delores Ackerman, Judith Hinckley, Judy Woltz, Karen Bernau, Roberta Hamilton, J. D. Andrews, Gary Nauman and LaDell Olson. The speech class under the di* rection of Mr Roscoe presented several skits and the years awards were given by the following! vocal music, Erna Baars, instrumental music, Mr Kump; girls basketball, Mr Ihnen; boys basketball and baseball, Mr Stevens. A picnic lunch was served during which 'time the band furnished music. At Niece's Wedding John Schwietert with Helen and Janie were accompanied by Dilman Schwietert of Washington, D. C., and Mrs Harold Roark of Clear Lake, to Dolliver, Monday evening, May 24, where they attended the wedding of a niece. The bride has many acquaintances in Burt and Aigona. Sarah Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Melvin Hunt and Leon E., son of Mr and Mrs George Meyer of Ceylon, Minn., were married in the Methodist church, 8:00 o'clock with Rev. Wendlandt, pastor, officiating at the double- ring ceremony. She was attended by Barbara Hardgrove, her cousin from. Aigona. The groom was attended by his brother, Oliver Meyer of Welcome. Helen Hunt, sister of the bride had charge of the guest book. A reception was held in the annex for immediate relatives and close friends. The bride, a graduate of Dolliver high school completed a two year course at I. S. T. C. and will teach in Emmetsburg this fall. The groom, a graduate of the Ceylon high school is in the U. S. army, stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. On Maneuvers In Germany PFC James Hamrick, above, whose wife, Bernice, lives on Route 1, Titonka, Iowa, receives a radio message while on training maneuvers in Germany. Hamrick is assigned to the 6th Infantry Regiment's Company G. —(U. S. army photo). through with a friend who also visited relatives in Iowa. Many relatives and friends attended a shower at the Lutheran church Tuesday evening honoring Phyllis Miller. After the program and games the many gifts were opened and passed around and a lunch was served by the hostesses. Miss Miller is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs B. E. Miller and she is to marry Bernard Miller, the second son of Mr and Mrs Earl Miller. The wedding will be June 6 at the St. John's Lutheran church here. Clayton Moore of Iowa City spent a few days recently with his parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Moore. Katheryn Manus of Washington, D .C., is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Manus and other relatives. Mr and Mrs William E. Ernst of Northbrook, 111., spent Mem- Bancroft News Stephen Bettering, son of Mr and Mrs Gletus Deitefirtg has received a one-semester scholarship at St. >Thonlas College.. Mrs Art L&ng left Monday for Arizona for aft extended visit with her daughter and family, Mrs Harold Rusch. Mr and Mrs Reinhard Potthoff arrived from Long Beach, Calif, for a visit with friends and relatives of Bancroft and Fairmont. Clarence Nemmers who has 'been a patient at University hospital, Iowa City, for the last three months suffering from a skin infection returned home Tflesday. Mrs Tim Doocy and daughter Delores and Pvt Pat Doocy, Topeka, Kansas, and Mrs Carlyle Engleby and Carla spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs Mary Me Guife. Mr and Mrs Stanley Guest and family, Bemidji, Minn, spent the weekend here with his sister and attended the funeral of his brother Clinton Guest. Injuries DIES received when his tractor overturned on him, as he plowed during the night, proved fatal to Bruce Burns of Audubon. He was pinned to the ground five hours in near-freezing temperature. Mr and Mrs Oliver • Lee and sons Terry and Robert the latter of Tulsa, Okla., were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Carlisle Halsrud home to celebrate the. Halsrud's daughter Diane's birthday. W. S. C. S. To Meet The regular meeting of the W. S. C. S. will be June 2 at the church; Ruby Davis will have devotions and Lurena Soderberg the program. Hostesses are: Pearl Dutton, Beth Miller, Ethel Smith, Elva Simpson and Esther Schrader. Youth Fellowship will be Sunday evenings from now on, instead of Wednesday evenings. St. John's Aid The June meeting of the St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid will be June 3, at the church. Topic for the meeting is "The Story of a' Hymn." Hostesses are Mrs Wm. Madsen Sr., and Mrs Lyle Marlow. On the market basket committee this month are Mrs H. Schrader, Mrs Ervin Schwietert, Mrs Helen Weiske, Mrs Henry Weiner and Rose Wiese. orial weekend with mother, Mrs Jessie the latters Rash and 80th Birthday Henry Wiener was observing his 80th birthday anniversary Sunday of last week and the following relatives, who brought a basket dinner, spent the day with Mr and Mrs Wiener: Mr and Mrs Gerald Wiener and Barbara, Ai- gona; Mr and Mrs Glon Mino and family of S\vea City,- Mr and Mrs Ray Chrischilles and Mr and Mrs Ronald Christensen, Fenton; Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Vern McDonough and sons of Ouebolt, Mrs James Gilford and Shirley Wiener and from Minnesota were Mr and Mrs Peter Ulfrets of Fulda. COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met In adjourned session Moy 13, 1954. with the Moyor and all Counciltnen present. ' An Ordinance, fixing rotes for natural oas furnished by the Perry Gas Company ond providing terms and conditions, was possed ond adopted on the first reading. A Resolution adopted at a meeting of business and professional people was read. The Resolution is as follows: the lal» lot permission to place a building orl thS area near tho Swimming Pool tor the, flfrl and boy souts, .the Council, agreed to tak« this matter up at the next regular meet' . Building permits were granted* td Mrt. § '' Reid, t, E, Llnndn, Leslie Huff, Cort* goflenal Church; Farm Bureau, George luff, HorrV Sobln, Mattle MeWHtfrferv i. Ahno Smith. 6. P. Richdrdsb'H, Luclle Montgomery and Dwight Frombach, Build' Ing ' dp'pliafl6h submitted • by Wm'.'- ftun^ chey was rejected for non-eornplicmeev, TKe Council recommended draining t ItognOht pond In the Woodworth Adi fieri. ,, • Cigarette Permits were granted to Hall's Cdfe and Brown's Dairy Bar. An Increase' of the Volunteer Fireman's Insurance Policy was approved, increasing; the principal to'$4,000 plus weekly Indemnity and medical expense. An Ordinance establishing rules arid regulations for the management, opera* tion and financing of the sewage Treatment Works ond setting sewer rental rates, was passed and adopted on the second reading; • A Resolution approving the maintenance of all primary rood extensions within the City of Algeria by the State' High' way Commission, and that no charge 'Will be made against ttie City of Algeria. of Wumboidt was employ Vern Milter cd as engineer on the street Improvement program. small fee for the privilege 6f doing business with the merchants ond professional fieeple of our cemmurtify. We connof help but feel that the cus* tamers' relation to.the,business and pro* fesslonol people 8f Algohd IS the backbone of our Success, as a town. We feel that the business and" professional activity in Aigona furnishes the llfeblood Of our community. That the volue of our pro* perty and the security of the homes of people In Algorta, not Included wlfhln the ranks of business and professional people, Is wholly dependent upon our relationships with our trade territory. THof our fine schools ond 'Churches and every olher advantage which Aigona enjoys were largely made possible by the fact that • Aigona has always Been known In the trade territory' as a good town, and the relationship between the town and the .trade territory has always been of the very best. The flood towns oil over Iowa can be distinguished from the poor one* by a comparison of the relationship existing between the community and the people who trode therein. We feel that whatever the people of odr trade area ore definitely against In large percentage should couse our business and professional people and our city administration to hesitate to Impose upon them anything which might destroy the good relationship, whether It be parking meters or anything- else. We also feel that if Aigona is over- Don Hemmingsen ond City Attorney crowded with cats the only possible cure John Carroll were Instructed to moke en investigation for obtaining a portion of the old river channel for a land fill. The following claims were allowed. GENERAL GOVERNMENT FUND Nortcy Sends, Solory -*.— $ 30.40 " j. «...—---.i 16.77 ox --. 23.70 tewis Ferguson, Eng. Iowa State Bonk. To Mona Fox, Fees 1.20 WHEREAS, RESOLUTION business and protesslonal people of Aigona have used their endeavors for the post two months to persuade the City Council not to install parking meters In Aigona which would moke it necessary for the patrons of their trade territory to poy a parking fee for the privilege of transecting business in Aigona; and . WHEREAS, a poll taken by the Com- mittee'has indicated that 90% or more of the citizens of Algono do not approve the installation of parking meters in Al- it seems to us o mo|ority gono; and WHEREAS, Mr and Mrs Walter Steward called on the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Miller nuar Titonka recently. Ray Millers mother has been a patient in the Buffalo Center hospital, but is now at home and is improving. Mrs Beth Miller had Fortnightly club at her home Friday afternoon. Celia Scott was a guest. Some 14 members attended the Fidelis class party at Elsie Lock- woods. Mary Baer assisting hostess. Both Miller was a guest. Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell with Norman and Keith and Mr and Mrs James Christensen and David are spending the forepart of June fishing in Ontario, Canada. Lowell Williams of Austin, Minn., a nephew of the Mitchells accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Albert Schatzle of Coggon with Mrs Kate Dolley of Hopkinton were weekend guests with John and Helen Schwietert. Myrtle Schwietert of Des Moines spent Saturday through Memorial Day at this home and the Melvin Hunts of Dolliver called Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Raymond Westling and children were at the Arthur Isaacsons in Stratford Sunday of last week. They took the son Larry, 10, there and he accompanied the Isaacsons to Richmond, Mo., where he will spend a month with the Justin Andersons. Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller were in Des Moines Tuesday where Mr Miller attended a service company meeting. The Birthday circle will meet Thursday afternoon, June 3 with Beula Batt. Irma Doege will have devotions and Hilda Gross thi program. Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow o Lone Rock called on Mrs Kate Neitzel Thursday afternoon. Sb is a sister of Mr Marlow. Edward Polhemus, who lives in California, spent last week will his mother, Mrs M. E. Polhemus Monday Ruth and Esther Hodg son with Mrs Polhemus took him to Hull and he was driving family. They also visited the C. L. Webbs in Aigona. Mrs Ernst is the former Margaret Rash. The following employees of the Burt Co-operative elevator and lumber yard attended a service club meeting in West Bend Thursday evening; J. L. Miller, George Becker, Roger Chafee, Dale Lockwood and Wm. Madsen Jr. This is the last meeting of the season. _ Mr and Mrs Westling and family attended graduation services in Aigona and were guests at the Kenneth Kickbush home follow- 1 ing the meeting. Janice Kickbush was one of the, graduates. Mr and Mrs Harold Lighter of Spirit Lake called at the John Geesman home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Lighter is. a sister of Mr Geesman. Oscar Miller of Titonka was a dinner guest of the Luther Millers Wednesday. Mrs Paul Olson returned from Rochester the last of the week where she had been to go through the Mayo clinic. Mr Olson drove up after her. Oilman Schwietert, who is employed in Washington, D. C., is spending his vacation at the home of his brother and sister, John and Helen Schwietert. Mrs Bertha Stow accompanied Mrs Cunningham to Aigona a day recently to visit Mrs Helen Cunningham who had been a potent at St. Ann. Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel went to Flossmoor, .111., the last of ;he week to visit the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Mellvill and family. FIRE A $40,000 fire swept the Roy Parker farm home near Anita recently, destroyed four buildings grain and machinery. Origir was undetermined. NOTICE OF HEARING ON REPORT OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of Anna O. Cast, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ANNA O. CAST ECEASED, AND TO WHOM IT MAY ONCERN: You and each of you are hereby noti- ed that there is now on file in the ffice oC the Clerk of the District ourt of Kossuth County. Iowa a Re- ort of Sale of Real Estate of R. H. tiller, Executor of the Estate of Anna Cast, deceased wherein said Ex- cutor reports that he has entered into contract for the sale of the follow- ig real estate, situated in Kossuth 'ouiHy. Iowa, to-wit: East Hall (E!a) of the Southwest Quarter (SWM of Section 10; Southwest Quarter (SW'.i) and the Southeast Quarter (SE',4) of tiie Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of Sectiim 11 and the Northeast Quarter (NE',i) of the Northeast Quarter iNE',) of Section 15; and the North Half (N'.li) of the Northwest Quarter <NW',) and the Southeast Quarter (SE', 4 ) of the Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of Section H, all in Township 98 North, Range 30 West of the 5th P. M. Kossuth County, Iowa, containing 440 acres. To Lewis A. Breese and Karen Breese, lusband and wife of Kossuth County. Iowa tor the sum of $70,400.00 acceding to the terms and provisions of the said real estate contract attached to said Report, to which Report and Contract you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said Report of Sale of Real Estate will be had at the Court House in Aigona, Iowa on the 25th day o June, 1U54 at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day. at which time higher and bettei offers will be received. You are further notified that un less higher or better offers be received that the sale of said real estate to said purchasers for the price above sc forth will be approved and confirmed R. H. MILLER Executor of the Estate o _. . . . Anna O. Cast, Deceased. , Published June 1 and June 8. 1954 in the Aigona (Iowa) Upper Des Moine (22-23 of the members of the City Council deem it their duty to substitute their own personal opinion in reference to parking meters rather than to be guided by the vast majority of the people whom they represented, and have indicated that meters would be installed in Aigona in disregard of the wishes of the majority, ond WHEREAS, the business and professional people of Aigona offered a plan to the City Council which would raise annually approximately $3,000 which .was to be used to obtoin off the street parking lots, and also proposed a levy by the city of a one-half mill on only the property used by business and professionol people, which would create a fund for similar purposes; and WHEREAS, the City Council rejected this offer and stated to the Committee that they would not consider any plan which did not raise at least $4,000 annually for a period of five (5) years, which would have to be collected by the business and professional people and turned over to the City under a contract which would bind the business ond professional people for the period of five (5) years all to be completed within o period of' three (3) weeks from April 29, 1954, and in addition thereto furnish the City Council with a signed petition con- aining the names of more than fifty-one er cent (51%) of the business and pro- essional people, requesting the city coun- to levy one-half mills ogoinst property sed and owned by business and profes- ional people within the business areo; nd WHEREAS, after a full and open dis- ussion by the business and professional jeople of Aigona, it wos the consensus f the meeting that the request of the City Council seemed unreasonable to hem and placed a burden upon the msiness and professional people which (as unocceploble and that the counter- iroposal of the City should be rejected and that by this Resolution the Com mittee should again express their views o the city administration. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED hat the business and professional people of Aigona, Iowa, hereby present their xjsition to the City Council of Aigona as ollows: 1. That the necessity of raising the sum of $20,000 over a period of five (5 1 years, plus a possible twenty per cen 20%) additional to pay the expense of jperaticr., places G IvurJtni upon me business ond professional people of Algonc which is deemed to be unreasonable and almost impossible of fulfillment by rea son of the many necessary details whict would be entailed in the collection of said sums. 2. That the City Councij could obtain the sum of $5,000, which is the amoun business and professional people wen requested to raise, and use the fund on nually in obtaining off the street parkinc places by levying an annual tax of onl> one mill. That this fund would be cot lected in the some manner as other taxe are now collected by the City, ond wouli not necessitate additional office expens or the employment of full or part-time employees and woulij eliminate oil of the objectionable features of the plan calling upon business and professional people to not only raise the funds but in all respects administer them. This one-mill levy would cost the people in Aigona less than the use of parking meters. A home with an assessed valuation of $6,000, which is considerably above the average home valuation in Aigona, on the basis of a one- levy would pay annually the sum of 5.00. If the family car of this same ome only used a street parking meter wice each week for one hour they would ave paid ten cents o week or $5.20 per ear for this minimum use of the streets f Aigona. 3. That we wish to again coll the ity Council's attention to the fact that i the post City Councils in Aigona hove btained quite large sums of money from he operation of our municipal light iant, and that these sums have been sed in providing improvements needed n Aigona and without the necessity of eyying special taxes, including the swim- ting pool, the present city parking lot, le City Hall and many other improve- lents. That funds of this type could well >e used for the purpose of obtaining off he street parking places, thereby making t necessary for Aigona to obtain the ill- II of patrons within our trade area. 4. That we again express to the City Council of Aigona that the business and professional people ond, we believe, a 'ast majority of oil citizens in Aigona, do not favor the installation of parking meters on the streets of Aigona at this time, and we urge the City Council to give urther serious consideration to other available sources to obtain money for Koviding extra parking places without the installation of parking meters in Ai- gona. Respectfully submitted. Committee Rcpresentiix) Business and Professional People Interested in Off the Street Parking By /s/ R. V. Christensen Secretary Passed and adopted May 7 1954. /s/ R. V. Christensen Secretary of Business on< Professional Committee Motion was made to table said Re&olu tion and be given further study at meeting May 20, 1954. A letter was read, requesting the alley through Block 1, Lute A. T. Stacy's Addi tion be opened for public use; the Stree Commissioner was instructed to improv said olley. Upon request of the Junior Chamber o Commerce, represented by Dick ~ North Iowa Directory Supplies ... 12.30 Koch Bros., Supplies 12.79 Rising's Elevator, Com 3.75 Advance Publishing Co., Lagols — 57.33 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., > Legals .. -—' 51.19 Botsford Lumber Co., Mdse. ..... 59.50 STREET FUND Jess Loshbrook, Salary 111.70 Fred Gronbach, Salory 79.77. Albert Pergande, Salary — 96.86 Herman Kruckenberg, Solan/ ----- 94.50 Merlin Honsen, Solory L._ 89.77 Richard Frombach, Salary 75.71 Glenn Burtis. Salary 89.77 Lewis Ferguson, Eng. 132.30 B. P. Richardson, Labor 17.64 Harry Ward, Labor -> 79.38 Raymond Krebs, Labor 24.91 Iowa State Bonk, Tex 48.10 Tom Merryman, Sidewalks 242.69 Post Transfer, Express 31.68 doson City Blue Print Serv., Mdse. 36.03 Coast-to-Coost, Supplies ' 3.5* } Cowan, Repairs 10.50 . C. Brown Supp'y, Mdse. 155.66 Aigona Electric, Repoirs 42.54 otsford Lumber, Mdse. 36.22 Chrischilles Supplies 6.32 Davis Point Co., Paint 10.61 'unk' & Deim, Repairs 3.55 <ohlhoas Hdwe., Supplies 26.37 *eady-Mix Concrete, Supplies ... 29.14 wortz Hdwe., Supplies 6.90 Mergen i Webster, Pointing 48.92 ohn Bahr, Lobor - 3.92 ROAD USE TAX FUND waney Oil & Equip., Mdse - 112.00 Henke Mfg. Corp., Mdse. 44.10 Stondard Oil Co., Asphalt ^- 119.89 lituminous Material Co., Premix - 55.61 Kossuth Motor Co., Repair* 5.05 Norton Machine Works, Repairs _ 70.84 'ercival Motors, Repoirs 3 7 - 75 Schultz Bros^ Repoirs 20 -f? Continental Oil Co., Oil 24,30 PUBLIC SAFETY FUND A. C. Weishaar, Salary 133.58 Albert Boekelman, Salary 134.20 ames Egli, Solary . 127.88 Roymond Krebs, Salary 117.29 Floyd Anderson, Salary 100.42 Abner Egli, Salary 109.26 L. F. Tellier, Labor 9.02 owe Stote Bonk, Tax —, 61.70 Koch Bros., Supplies --- 68.80 Bob Allen, Supplies 7.37 Sotsford Lumber, Supplies. 5.75 Loing 4 Muckey, Supplies .99 .ong's Studio, Prints 7.18 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co.. Supplies . 6.87 Kossutr Motor Co., Mdse. - "' "° ra Kohl, Salary Fire Co., Service rMyunu rue ^ v 'l ^*"»'^*. — — — — — — General Detroit Corp., Mdse. ---Hooker Supply Co., Supplies ---George's Body Shop, Repairs ---Hilton's Super Service, Gas ----SANITATION FUND Harry Ward, Lobor -----------Fred: Gronbach, Labor ----- : -----Reakus Helmers, Labor ----- - — Reiner Helmers, Labor John W. Helmers, Labor ----- 466.08 20.00 700.00 25.00 18.01 7.00 8.95 Salon ».*-~-' JOCQO wauon, jaiuir .... Gerbef & Buschef, Labor . Teresd Norton, • Salary ..... -- Utilities, Water Dr. .RECREATION 1-UINU Ho'ffmart Harrlsjnc^ Supjsliei .* S.Od JW8 71.90 01.00 58.76 (WUINIV-irfAU cr« I trvrrvuurf ' ^Vji* -*k Cemetery Ass'n., foxes -----,.-•* 993.41 Meeting ad|ourned to Mcy 13, 1954. Mrs. Horace D. Clapsaddle, Mayor Ivy '0. Scuffham, City Clerk ' Published In the Koissth County Advance, Algeria, Iowa, May27, (954. N Lester C. Fuehsen, Assessor! , ten Meetiftg, .i.--*-"jr»> Paul .Ph!Wt») Aiseiiors, Meet* Anton B*ek«f"AM«w»~M««V .Lle'ye? V/r : T%ri"6nf"rA«M«ott Sore* PedetserT,*Assessors"Meet* .,. ' fftfl . ..A-.-•-.-«•••-- I I ./O 10.10 . 8.42 10.24 9.26. 13.18 Board Proceedings FOURTH DAY: ' February J, 1»S4 Leighton Supply, Mdse. -------Funk & Deim. Supplies --------Hilton's Service, Repoirs ---- - — Kossuth Motor Co., Repairs ----Morton Machine Works, Supplies Swartz Hdwe., Supplies ________ Lehigh Pipe 4 Tile Co., Tile ---H. J. Cowan. Repairs --------- 3.78 14.1.7 65.66 65.66 65.66 27.30 6.08 1.50 6.53 3.20 2.09 7.49 . --------- 13.50 Ready-Mix, Concrete ...... ---- 14.50 RECREATION FUND iteelcote Mfg. Co., Paint ------ 104.04 City Clerk, Adv. Cosh --------- 3.48 AIRPORT FUND Frank Schallin, Lobor ......... 29.61 Sanitation Fund, Transfer ______ 500.00 Line Material Co., Mdse. ------- 857.10 Earl Ferris Nursery, Mdse. ---- -- 4.00 Cresco-Union Electric, Elec. ----- 24.01 Funk & Deim. Repairs ..... ---- 2.00 Honsbruch Drug, Supplies ______ 53.89 Pratt Electric, Repairs --------- 3.35 City Clerk, Adv. Cash ..... ----- 11.87 DEBT SERVICE FUND lowo State Bank, Interest ______ 763.74 Meeting adjourned to May 20, 1954. Mrs. Horace D. Clopsoddle, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. ScuKham, City Clerk * Published in the Kossuth County Advance, Aigona, Iowa, Moy27, 1954. COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met April 29, 1954 with the Mayor and all Councilmen present. The minutes were read and approved. A gift was presented to former City Attorney J. D. Lowe. A Resolution was adopted setting June 1, 1954 at 2:00 P. M. as the dote for hearing and taking bids for construction of the Sewage Disposal Plant and System of Collector Sewers. An Ordinance establishing 'rules 'and regulations for the management, operation and financing of Municipal Sewage Treatment Works and setting rote of sewer rentals, was passed and adopted on the first reading. A Resolution was adopted instructing the City Attorney to defend the City and employees in the pending action Sterling vs. City of Algono. A bid from Hilton's Super Service for four tires for a fire truck was accepted, he Assistant Fire Chief was granted 10.00 per month beginning May I, 1954, The appointment of Councilman Hut- ell as Moyor pro tempore was approved. Building permits were granted to Miller umber Co. Arthur Wiese,, Ranney Leek, krthur Meyer, Donald Bierstedt, F. C. conion. E. H. Hutchins, Leonard Pesicka, /rs. Gertrude Dale, H. M. Hauberg, Har- Id Sundet, Fronk Ypungwirth, W, H. Sharp, Dr. 1. H. Kenetick, Henry Johannen, Corl Vigdol, Mrs. Hugh Colwell, Stoney Greiner ond Neil O. Monaco. Applica- ion lor permit for Wm. Runchey was abled. A committee was appointed to jnves- gate water standing along the railroad Tear the Woodworth Addition. A commit- ee was also appointed to moke investi- otion for necessary easements for sewage disposal plant. A request was granted to improve the cst half of north side of Block 31, O. P. or parking. Bids were opened for o truck for the treet department. The bid of Kent Motor Co. was accepted. A beer permit was granted to William ; oth operating Foth Lunch. Joe Lynch, Sr. representing a group of business and professional people, who are opposed to parking meters, read a proposal for raising funds for off street park- ng. Proposal is os follows: PROPOSAL To the Honorable Mayor and City Council of Aigona, Iowa: At the request of the city adminis trotion the group of business ond pro fessional people of Algono whom w< represent, and who do not favor park ing meters for Aigona, herewith submi a concrete proposal which we feel would make parking meters unnecessary. Before presenting our proposal would like to make our position' clear As a group, the business and profession al people hold no personal grudge a gainst the Mayor and Council. Our posi tion has been token solely on the bui of what is best for Aigona. We hov used what influence we ngd because o on honest disagreement with your bod over the necessity it this time of re quiring that our customer* pay even must come from less cars on our streets. This con only be brought about by having fewer cars from the trade territory coming into Aigona, or a place must be found off' the streets where they can park and still use Aigona as a trading areo. Taxing the automobiles \vhieh will pork on our streets will not, of itself, moke less cars on.our streets unless people In the trade area do not comS to Aigona because of the meters. Now to the proposal itself: The only, concrete proposal which has yet been made by the city administration is for the installation of parking meters for the purpose of raising funds for relieving the claimed congested parking situation. No specific details have been given to the public which specified exactly whot this money sholl be used for. We therefore feel that if we present a plon to the city which will raise considerable sums annually which could be used for the some purposes as the proceeds from parking meters that we too hove then presented to the city administration a concrete and definite proposal. In the past Aigona has obtained many worthwhile improvements without any definite or specified tax against the business or professional people or the city of Aigona generally. We refer to the funds which-have in the past been made available from earnings of the city water and light plant and expended by the city in worthwhile improvements, some of which are as follows: the city parking lot at the corner of Nebraska and Thorlng- ton Streets; the purchase of a site for a sewage disposal plant; the purchase of four houses and the lots upon which they are located adjacent to the water and light plant,'for further development; and the city was either the builder or a very large contributor to the swimming pool from these funds; these funds were used to build the water and light offices which include the City Hall, Police ond Fire department not necessarily being within the scope of an ordinary expense of the water and light department. It is also true that there was transferred to the City General Fund, in the year 1953, from the water and light fund, the sum of $32,650.32. That the city hod octually paid the water and light department the sum of $17,651.64, leaving $15,000.00 available for similar purposes to the ones enumerated above. The above statements are not in any way to be considered a criticism of the city administration, now or in the past. We call these matters to your attention solely for the reason that it seems to us that if funds of this type have been ovoilable in the past for needed improvements in Algono , that these funds could be made available to assist In obtaining off the street parking, if and when the same is needed in Aigona. The group of business and professional people whom we represent, for the purpose of showing their good faith and in a substantial way to create additional funds which would be available for the purpose of off the street parking without the necessity of parking meters, submit the following: A meeting wos held on April 8, 1954. which wos attended by a representative group of business and professional peo- >ple. At that time two proposals were discussed, both of which met with the approval of the meeting. They were as follows: (o) The business ond professional people would pay annually on the basis of $1.00 per front foot for first floor business and professions, and on the basis of 50c per front foot for businesses and professions occupying second floors. This fund would be collected annually and paid to the city. We believe that such a plan is provided for in Section 390.1 of the Code of Iowa, which among other things states as follows: "ities and towns sholl have additional power and authority to accept gifts or funds from any person, firm, corporation or associations, co-operative organizations, for the establishment or operation of parking lots, if, after said hearing, the establishment if such parking facilities is approved." In order to bring this plon into existence t would be necessary for the business and professional group to organize a corporation or association, or co-operative organization, in order to assure the city that the funds would annually be available. Naturally unless the city at least informally adopted such plan there would be no need for any of these or- b'jt we fee! tlvsr If liie city would approve the plan that some of the three organizations could be effected. (b) The business and professional people would favor, in addition to proposal (a), that parking' areas be established and that the city every year levy a tax of one-half mill on the dollar value of privately owned business, professional, industrial and commercially owned property within said district, excepting only residential property used for privote families. We think thot Pnis proposal could be adopted under Section 390.10 of the Code of Iowa. Respectfully submitted, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN'S PARKING COMMITTEE BY /s/ Don Nelson by Joe E. Lynch Chairman much discussion it was agreed May 20th to again study this Motion wos made by Chas. Newel ond seconded by Wm. Cosgrova that the payments of <ilolms at this meeting, for those persons and firms listed below be ratified, allowed artd confirmed. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Corned. County Fund • W. W. -Sullivan, Stamps ---- $ '40.00 Aigona Municipal Utilities, ,,„>» Service for January—-.'.. 152.68 Employment Security Commission, Social Security coverage .• „ . for elected officials—— 1,169.00 2.50 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Point to point rental for Sheriff Ni W. Bell Telephone Co.. „.. :. Phone Service -. ........ _ 215.46 Poyroll, County Fund ....-— 5,340.84 W. W. Sullivan, Postage — — , 10.00 Allen K. Buchanan, Delinquent ,,,' tax collector ..... — ..... 511.09 ........ - • • • 25o.oo 25.68 70.43 22.96 .68 4.00 4.00 4*0 4.QO 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 R. W. Heise. January Rent Houghton Mlfflin Co., Supplies National Education Assn., Supplies . •_....--- Jenklns-Fergemann Co., Sup. plies -—---— Mocmlllian Co., Supplies L. G. Huber, Rood Meeting — E, P. Hansen, Road Meeting Clarence Schutjer, Road Meeting --..' . Ted DeBoer, Road Meeting Fred Schmidt, Trustee Meeting Harm H. Husinga, Trustee Meeting — Jerry Boeckelman. Trjustee Meeting -.T--.-> John R. Sleper, Trustee Meet- Ing Fred Schmidt, Trustee Meeting Fred DeVries, Trustee Meeting Jerry Boekelman, Trustee Meeting John R. Sleper, Trustee Meet- Glenn Larsen, Road Meeting _ F. E. Teeter, Road Meeting — W. J. Stewort, Road Meeting Lloyd H. Bartlett, Road Meeting L Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies Harold Olthoff, Bounty Ira Neumann, Road Meeting Elmer Schaefer, Road Meeting Thomas Berg, Road Meeting Wm. Oldenburg, Road Meeting County Treasurer Advance Cash C. H. Ostwinkle,'J. P. Fees „ 4.00 . 4.00 4.00 4.QO 4.00 104.60 2.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 21.89 8.00 6.12 2.06 6.0Q 6rne?t Meeting Johrl P. Simon, . Meatine) Assessors 10.38 10.94 '11.50 9.75 8.84 Geerge'"CoOff,""Assessors Meet- Iftn . . . , . .....i> .. I I .T* 9.54 9.40 8.14 -10.36 A40 45.73 Paul . Roymond , HY Lovrenz, As*-*-. , $6rs Meeting .— ---- *..;.,.•. Horry E, Ward, Assessors Me!.it* A. D.' "NewbroUOh" 'Assessors ' . , Meeting ' — ---- i-...— ... barwis Lynch, ; Assessors Maat- Jenkir^-reVflernanri'co., Supplies • Court fund Drs. Sehultz i Schultz, Blood : Aisohol 'Test ... ....... ---- •-• Algono Hotel,. Jury Meals -.-i Shepard's Citotions, Subscription Koch Brothers, Supplies ...... Upper Des Moines, Supplies — Joseph' V. Hamilton, C.S.R., Court .Reporter Wm. Mchrader, <•«&"Leonard SwonSem, Jfthrv Sehuelef Jr. Bert SH«llmyeh' - Labaf .... Geeree' weringa,-La'bor I ...*» Erich Willretfo,• Lobor ..L•»*-«•• • H'rlofl Wlfritertaahl* Lobor +M ofvllle Weiland, Lobor ..... C. E. Zougg, Lsbpr . +*i- Garry MeDonold,' Lobor -•"•«/»• Thelmo Spurfleort, qeputy Assist. Engineer --»-'. -A H. M. Smith, Co. Engineer -^. John D. Fras'er, Asslst.JnoJneer Joseph V.' Homlltort, .238.90 245.70 235.40 238.90 245,70 132.30 159.37 400.70 .317.57 Cordle Cortofl* .Co,, Provisions N, w. Bell Telephone Co., • Phone Serv. ..*..-... W. ,W. Boettcher, Hogs payroll Fund, Poor Fund .--Bradley Bros., Repairs -—>- Aigona lee Creom & Candy Factory, < Provisions 240.97 , 2.00 . .72 1,126.50 .996.78 2.72 63.30 4,83 5.73 13.94 -11,65 179.88 12.91 494.49 .34.49 ; 7.00 21.To '5.80 4,68 445.55 5.94 4.26 6.64 4.40 Payroll Fund, Court Fund .... Potrlck.Lynch, Grand Jury Fees Dovld Zwlefel, Grond Jury Fees Poyroll Fund, Court Fund Florence, K. Reaser, Witness -Marie debkert, ' Witness Doyld Boeckholf, Witness Melvin R. Roeber, Witness .. * Stat* Institution Fund C. M. Cretzmeyer, Physlelon , • '. Fees * -...i--------- 7.50 Leo J. Ceisel. Atty. Fees 7.50 Delia Weltef,- Atty Fees 10.00 Rolph W. Llndhorst, Officer's fte, ...... .———A 30.10 Road Clearance Payroll Fund, Rood Clearance „.,,„., Fund ' ----- ' :-*----- 3,618.66 Bangs DiMos* Eradication Fund Dr. Norman H, Hesse, Inspec- . . . . tion of Herds ——. 1 KSO Dr. : 'R. J. Dundas, Inspection . of Herds .—— 24.5Q Dr. N. F. Chopmon, Inspection of Herds - 14.00 Dr. Norman H. Hesse, Inspection of Herds - 13.50 Dr. R. J Dundas, Inspection of •Herds 10.50 Dr. Wm. H, Olson, Inspection of Herds 44.50 Tuberculosis eradication Fund Dr. Wm. H. Olson, Inspection L, K. Bflgenstos, .Bread & De- , .-,„ liveries ' * «• *-*s----^-^- /69.B7 Mrs. Ben Bakkenj Adv. Cosh for Freight —^^--i.^--^—-— • p, R. Irons/ Repoirs --ii..--i J. C. Penney Co., Clothing. ,...Hutzell's, Clothing --v._-— Consumers. Provision* ..--*--.. Kohlhoas Hdwe,, Mdsey - it .-j£ Algorta Implement Co., Spreader Johft Sexton & Co., ^Provisions N, W. Bell Teeiphone Co. t r . •• • * Phone ' Serv/ —--—- -Z- ;> 30-72 Skelly Oil Co., Repojrs ... — Lalng & Muekey, Repairs .... lowo .State Industry, Socp ek. Marvel Immerfoll, Mileage --. Deportment of Social Welfare Aid to Dependent Children _ C. H. Cretzmeyer, Doctor's Fees Council Oak Stores, provisions .arch & Mourer Provisions - iast End Grocery, Provisions . Mac's Market, Provisions .... Council Oak Grocery, Provisions Clayton & RusV, Medical —-Viking Oil Co., Fuel Oil —— Djxoirs Master Market, Provisions ... — ' Council Oak Grocery, Provisions 3owen Food Center, Provisions 3owen Food Center, Provisions Hoods Super Valu, Provisions Cohsumer's, Provisions Mld-Contenent Pet. Corp., Fuel '• OH"- 1 L . —i- German Valley Store,-Provisions McTigues Grocery, Provisions ., 107.00 30.14 33.23 60.44 Glen A. Miller, Marshal Fees . John Boehm, Witnesses Fees.- E. H. Bradley, Support Prisoner Adah Richardson, Vital Statistics N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Phone'Service * Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies Botsford, Lumber Co., Supplies Mrs. Lucille Zerfass, Board Meetings „ Elmer Porter, Mileage Fred Plumb, Rood Meeting -Jens Sorensen, Rood Meeting F. R. Gardner, Road Meeting Glen W. Jenkinson, Road Meeting Payroll Fund, County Fund — Advance Publ. Co., Supplies . Strayer & O'Brien, Hauling — Frank Rotterman, Trustee Meeting Matt Parrott & Son* Co., Supplies . '. —.-Dr. John M. Schutter. Coroner's Fees Virgil Loucks, Trustee Meeting Melvin Logeman, Trustee Meet- Rolph w"~LindhorsT7~MMeoge i -I Ralph • W. Lindhorst, Board & . Lodging Verl Smith, Trustee .Meeting Henry Looft, Trustee Meeting 0. R. Patterson, Trustee Meet-, ing .—-—- — Chris Dohl, Trustee Meeting Harry Sabin, Trustee Meeting . Jerome Eisenbarth, Trustee Meeting '.-John P. Simon, Trustee Meeting _ — —. Koch Brothers, Supplies Fidlar & Chambers Co., Supplies Donald M. 'Wood, Mileoge ... D. W. Verstegen, Inc.. Supplies G. W. Elbert, Road .Meeting .L. A. Hockbarth, Road Meeting Art Rusch, Road Meeting Nick Gengler, Road Meeting — Edw. Looft, Trustee Meeting G. V. Kelling, Trustee Meeting Jerry Heetland, Trustee Meeting .—. Scott Foresman 4V Co., Supplies Koch Brothers, Supplies Joyce Hayden, Mileage —-. AHvonce Putt. Co., prinring . Advance Publ. Co., Supplies _American Book Co., Supplies . Aigona Ldy. & Dry Cleaners, Clean Blankets for jail Fort Dodge Clean Towel Service. Towel Serv. .. —:—Gene's Radio & Television, Repair Des Moines Rubber Stamp Works, Supplies .— Ralph W. Lindhorst, Board & Lodging Laing i Muckey, Repairs Kossuth County Farm Bureau, Quarterly Allowance 1,250.00 • - - ••-- 20.43 41.50 183.31 51.90 11.48 30.00 8.00 Z.Off 2.00 2.00 2.00 1,927.25 16.75 12.50 4.0Q B1.37 9.78 4.00 .4.00 140.27 4.40 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 '4.0Q 4.00 2.06 36.19 11.52 38.85 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 .10.70 25.75 59.57 203.63 19.10 3.57 9.50 5.80 5.15 2.90 11.20 2.00 of Herds Robert Behrends, Indemnity -Moass Sisters, Indemnity --_ John Splltt, Jr.. Indemnity -Dr. No/man H. Hesse, Inspection of Herds — 128.70 Library Fund Dotibledoy & Company, Books 38.40 Doubledny & Company, Books 26.03 O. G. Waffle Book Co., Books 233.68 Houghton Mlf flin Publ. Co., Books 16.62 . Maintenance Fund • N. W. ' Bell Telephone Co., Phone • Service 47.50 Iowa Public Service Co., Light Service \ 5.00 Iowa Electric Light 4 Power Co.,' Light Service 5.23 West Iowa Telephone Co., Phone Service 6r44 Deitering Goroge, Repairs 50.75 James H. 'Merryman, Labor & Equipment 725.QO Payroll Fund, .Molnt. Fund -_ 8,424.71 Aigona Implement Co.; Repairs 55.55 Kohlheas Hardware, Mdse. ... 25.24 Electrical Service & Sales Co., Repoirs 209.88 Cook's Radiator Repair, Repair 30.10 Arnold Motor Supply, Part & Repair , 78.49 Henry Dumstorff, Tiling .50.00 N: W. Bell Telephone Co., Phone Serv - 35.85 Gopher Stamp & Die Co., Repairs 51.58 Fronk D. Fisher, Repairs •-. 16.88 Gambles, Mdse. 26.22 E. J. Evers, Supplies 30.00 Greenberg Auto" Supply, Parts & Repoirs 207.76 P.- R. Irons.' Repair ......... '6.2! Hovey Implement, Repairs J. 2.4C A. C. SchSsel, Tile 42.84 Ready-Mix Concrete & Lbr. Co. Lumber-—— 72.5 Taylor Implement Co., Repairs 4.25 Farmers Elevator Co., Tile 115.95 Aigona Machine Shop, Repairs 4.75 Stomac Motor 1 Express, Freight 2.86 •Thompson Distributing -Co., Ports ——— 2.72 Carptnter & Son, Supplies , 8.70 The-Quaker Oot Co.; Coal — 41.70 Rock Island Lumber Co., Paint , ptc. _.'-—-.—-— , 16.47 Northern Lumber Co,, Mdse. — 4.80 Gambles, 'Mdse. ——— - 12.26 A..M., Xollasch, Supp|ie» 9.35 StomoC, Motor': Express, Freight 2.00 Thompson Yords, Coal . 28.04 SchUltz Bros.,'. Ports; •. 3.65 Chapman Hardwire, Mdse. ... 3.17 Treasurer of Emmet Co., Koss, C.O..Taxes : •.•-:..„.;.- W 222.50 Eco., Inc., Supplies •„. 122.65 Paper Calmenson & Co.-, Repairs 262.22 Retco Alloy Co., Supplies —— 679.85 Globs 'Machinery & Supply Co., , Supplies -• ^— — 8Q.58 Iowa Machinery & "Uinpty Co. • Repairs . i.,1.... 1 — 275.86 Dukehorf-Hughes TractorS Equipment Co.. .Repairs . T . 150.30 Si'eg-Fort Podge Co., Supplies . 136.35 W. F. Smith Tire i,Battery : / Co., Supplies 287.34 The All-Wheel-Drive Co., Signs 90.40 Mid-West Service Co., Fuel .. 73.49 Lynch Oil Co., Fuel Oil 297.30 2.60 • 13.96 51.38 38.08 966.50 5.00 30.00 36.00 49.50 20.0Q 30.00 12.60 47.40 72.00 20.00 16.00. 16.00 61.50 47.00 9.30 3Q.OO 47.1 55 9.54 9.81 137.71 220.00 34.53 100.00 254.50 6.25 •41.91 12.00 20.50, 25.00 , 59.80 210.82 " 7.65 458.nO ,36,V 41.73 3.77 214.4^ 105.00 6.75 •.9.00, 52.00 23.28 24.97 18.75 19.84 22.49 210.73 78.62 54.32 15.40 i 25.00,. , 45.00 " 88.41 56.75 After to meet matter. The following claims were allowed. GENERAL GOVERNMENT FUND Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle, Salary ..$150.00 Ivy Scuffham, Salary 223.50 Nancy Sands, Salory 39.67 Lewis Ferguson, Eng. 16.77 Albert Boekelman, Salary 23.62 owa State Bank, Tax 66.90 W Bell Telephone, Service 8.80 oth & Melton, Fees 150.00 ohn Spencer, Audit 353.50 utzell's, File ..- 78.02 ity Clerk, Adv. Cash 1.60 STREET FUND ess Lashbrook, Salary 121.25 red Gronbach, Salory 121.67 Ibert Pergande, Salary 99.70 ierman Kruckenberg Salary 94.50 Berlin Hansen, Salary 89.77 ichord Framboch, Salory 75.71 tlenn Burtis, Salary 89.77 _. P. Richardson, Labor 29.40 larry Word, Lobor 46.55 ohn J. Helmers, Labor --- 3.92 eakus Helmers, Labor 15.68 Reiner Helmers, Labor 15.68 ohn W. Helmers, Labor -- 15.68 owa State Bank, Tax 50.70 NW Bell Telephone, Service 8.50 Tom Merryman, Sidewolks 287.73 City Clerk, Adv. Cosh 5.01 ROAD USE TAX FUND Henke Mfg. Corp. Mdse. 45.28 ContinentoT Oil Co., Gas - - 110.16 PUBLIC SAFETY FUND A. C. Weishaar, Salory 125.72 Albert Boekelmon 129.10 James Egli, Salary 119.45 Raymond Krebs, Salary 114.45 Floyd Anderson, Salary 1QQ.42 Abner Egli, Solory . .. ., Iowa State Bank, Tax 56.70 Albert Boekelman, Expense 3.4: Raymond Krebs, Expenses 8.5' Abner Egli, Expenses -- - 2.5C Frideres'Texoco Service, Gas 94.0! City Clerk, Adv. Cosh r - r -- 4.00 NW Bell Telephone, Servicw 27.35 Ira Kohl, Salary — 20.00 Diamond's Surplus Store, Mdse. .- 18.48 SANITATION FUND Lewis Ferguson, Eng. Fred Gronbach, Labor. 4.61 Harry Ward, Labor - 3.92 Reakus Helmers, Labor 52.9. Reiner Helmers, Labor 52.9 John W. Helmers, Labor 52.92 Frideres Texoco Service, Cos .... 10.3i Spencer Concrete Prod. Co., Mdse. 79.4 Buell 4 Winter, Eng. 250.0C Bannister, Carpenter, Ahlers & Cooney, Expenses 3 .5 H. J. Cowan, Refund 1.0 350.00 .30 4.00 7.32 2.0Q 2.00 2.00 2.00 77.08 13.81 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies P. J. Kohlhaas, January Rent _ Hall-Strahorn Hardware, Supplies ____________ ------Carlton Lyons, Trustee Meeting Hutzell's, Supplies ---------Lloyd Thorson, Trustee Meeting --• -----------------Harvey Larsen, Trustee Meeting John P. Peterson, Trustee Meet- Arne 0~stergard, Trustee Meeting --------------------W. W. Sullivan P. M.. Envelopes W. W. Sullivan P. M., Postage lossom Insurance Agency, Bond (L. Immerfoll) --- ......... 12.50 Assessor Fund Hutzell's, Supplies . ..... r -— Utility Supply Co., Supplies - NAinno Limberg, Assist. Assessor Koch Brothers, Supplies .. --Mrs. Delores C. Vaske, Assessors Meeting ----- ...... idler & Chambers Co., Supplies Advance Publ. Co., Printing -Allied Office Mochines Co., Supplies ------ . --------Robert Bigings, Assessors Meeting ________ _ ------------ , Monroe Calculating Machine Co., Inc., Repair on Machines aname Carbon Co., Office Supplies ------------------County Treasurer, Postage — Reuben M. Holcomb. A»es-» »ors Meeting ....... ---,-_ Leander Vaske, Assessors Meet- Ing ...... - ........... — Advance Publ. Co., Office Supplies ---------- --- — Robert Long, Assessors Meet. ing ............ _ ....... Melvin Heinrich, Assessors Meeting .......... ---- ... Ervin M. Olson, Assessors' Meeting .............. ...... Clarence Voske, Assessors Meeting ........... - - ..... G. M. Will, Assessor* Meeting Arthur A, Olsen, Assessors Meeting .......... ... ---Carrol Fraser, Assessors Meeting Linus Vaske, Assessors Meeting Melvin Logemann. Assessor* Meeting ---- ...... —i ---Joseph D. Growley, Assessor* Meetina ------ ......... Dale H. Struthers, Assessor* Meeting ....... ---------Wayne H. Code, Assessors Meeting _________ - ---------- LeorMfd Studer, Assessors Meet. Ing _____________ , ----- — Henry M- Larson, A»se*»r Supplies , — .„,....-..A. A. Krueger, AwfMors Mt«£ ing ---- : ---- ..... ----- „. Richard' M. Anderson, Auusors Meeting ________ ----- ... G. T. B*rg, Asseswri Meeting 8.34 18.90 12.90 34.64 10.66 18.59 19.60 12,87 10.80 21.00 '}-zi 1.00 12.76 11.50 35.75 - 11-08 9.40 , 1.96 10.80 11-36 9.12 9.26 • 10.59 12.34 11.50 9.96 9.96, .10.24 4-20 ! 10.24 12.41 Kossuth Oil Co.. Gas & Oil ... Stondard Oil Co., Diesel Fuel . etc Elmore Cement & Tile Co., Tile Botsford Lumber Co., Coal — Central Iowa Telephone Co., . Phone Service . W. H. Schaeffer, Lobor Citizen Service Co,, Anti-Freeze Arnold Hoinzinger, Labor & Repair . ... Larry Gresser, Labor & Repair . Lone Rock Co-op Exchange Co., Coal County Treasurer, Adv. Cash Censtfuctien Fund James H. Merryman, Labor & Equipment .-—. Payroll Fund, Const. Fund .— DreliMi* Funds Elmore Cement & tile Co.. Dr. No. 4 i Titonka Topic, West Bronch Dr. No. 5 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Dr. No. 9 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., Dr. No. 24 Frankle & Reding, Dr. No. 116 Payroll Fund Phyllis Miller, Assist Assessor, . Myrtle St. John, Labor Irvin Etherington, Labor Willis D. Oswalt, Lobor R. K. Beck. Probation Officer A. M. KolUs'ch, Meetings & Sessions Charles H. Newel, Meetings & Sessions — S. D. McDonald, Meetings & Sessions W. S. Cosgrove, Meetings & Sessions „— ;.. H. S. Scheppmann, Meetings & Sessions .... . Ronald Baldwin Labor . Dick Baade, Labor .1...—... Raymond Boade, Labor Ed. Blanchard, Labor Noble L. Crouch. Labor E. M. Downs, Labor Frank Deim, Labor _ Ray Erdmon, Labor . Eivin Ewing, Labor. 699.50 657.65 25.50 93.32 11.70 4.00 16.50 14.86 9.13 166.36 4.69 505.00 1,518.17 117.00 35.00 5.1 1 19.8Q 143.00 130.44 88.09 183.89 78.47 80.36 393.43 350.31 303.48 318.73 319.35 200.85 235.57 210,85 218.90 218.90 238.90 124.75 Teds Super -Market, Provisions Teds Super Market Provisions Deportment of Spclol Welfare, Aid to the Blind Fund H. M. Colwell, 2 year old Bull Clayton & Rusk, Medical Supplies ..-•.--: --_' Richardson's Funeral ' Home, Burial Hlllcrest Rest Home, Care & . Keep f . .'—-—— 355.00 John M. Schutter M. D., Medical Core M. G. Bourne M. D., Medical Care St. Ann Hospital, Medical Cart Park Hospital Clinic, Medical Core i ,-.Dan L. Broy M. D., Medical Core ,— A. D. Myers, Rent Mrs. Geo. Werlnga, Care & Keep Iowa Children's 'Home Society, Care & Keep —, Alflona Co-op Creamery, Provisions ' Dr. '• Herbert H. Kersten. Medical Core A. C. Schissel, Co'al Sinclair Refining Co., Fuel Oil '. Iowa Public Service Co., Light Serv. , — Holy Family Hospital, Medical Core » Home of Good Shepherd, .Care & Keep Robert R. Horton; Medical Care McCullough Funeral Chapel, Ambulance Serv. : . Jock Harris, Medical Berv. — Mrs. Onalee Olson, Clothing' — Erwin Krouse Mkt, Provisions Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., Light Serv. Mid West Serv. Co., Fuel Oil _ Cities Serv. Oil Co., Fuel Oil — Park Hospital Clinic, Medical Care Irvlngton Store Provisions — Mid-West Serv. Co., Fuel Oil Nauss Oil Co., Fuel Oil Otto . Barenthin, Labor , •-Ada" Flowers, Rent . --St, Joseph Mercy Hospital, Medical Core J. G. Clapsaddle, Medical Care On motion adjournment was taken until February 4th, 1954. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Auditor , BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JANUARY SESSION 1934 A. D. FIFTH DAY: February 4, 1954 2:00 P.M. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session pursuant to adjournment. Those present were S. D. McDonald, Chairman in the Chair and members H. S. Scheppmann. Charles Newel, W. S. Cosgrove and A. M. Kollasch, Absent: None. Motion was made by Henry Schepp- mann and seconded by Charles Newel that the hearing on the West Branch of Drain No. 5 be continued to March 4, 1954, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion was made by Wm. Cosgrove and seconded by Henry Scheppmann That a Pauper Notice be served on Mike Akkerman of Titonko, lowo. Ayes: All. Noys: None. Motion carried. On motion od ournment was taken until February 16th. 1954. S, D, McDonald, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors ATTEST: More Moore, Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JANUARY SESSION 1954 A. D. SIXTH DAY: February 16, 1954 The Board of Supervisors met in regu- ar session pursuant to adjournment, Those present were S. D, MeDonold, :holrmon in the Chair and members H. S. Scheppmonn, Charles Newel, W. S. Cosgrove, and A. M. Kollasch. Absent: None. Also present were various township representatives and the County Engineer, H. M. Smith. Purpose of the meeting was to establish the 1954 road program. Meeting was called to order by Chairman McDonald ond Board of Approval proceeded to organize by electing a chairman and secretary. Motion mode by Karl Ewoldt and seconded by Harry Sabin that S. D. McDonald be appointed as chairman of the meeting. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Harry Sabin ond seconded by Sam Butcher that Marc Moore, County Auditor, bo appointed as Secretary of the meeting. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. The Board of Approval then proceeded to examine the following programs filed by the various Township Trustees, show- Ing the roads that they are recommending to be a part of the 1954 rood program: Township Recommendation Hebron — Two Miles Gravel Springfield — One and one half miles Grading and Gravel Grant — Two miles Gravel Eagle — No Program Harrison T- One and one half miles Gravel Swea — Three miles Base Ledyard — Two and one half miles Grading Lincoln — Two miles Gravel German — Two miles Grading & Grovel Ramsey — None Howard 0/lsser, Labor Jets Halverson, .Labor ...... Clarence Hentfles, Labor Horry Helmke, Lobor __^..._ Clifford Holmes, Labor • W. A. HfSrick, Labor Clifford Johnson, Lobor Martin Kern, Labor Mervin Kell-y, Labor , A. i. Kollasch. Labor Homer McCarthy, Labor Roelf E. Milter, UboT, R|lph Morklo, Labor -. . Ferdinand Meyer, Labor Donald J. Moyne, Labor Horvey Meroen, Labor .. Herbert C. N*lll», Labor yrban Njwft. Liber 'Illord Ohm, Lobor C. Ohm, Later ...... jeioman, (labor ..I"" >yaj fendfit. Labor - 210.00 228.90 229.17 208.90 '238.9| 322.71 .238.90 218.90 245.70 131.85 218.90 226.06 245.70 238.90 245.70 201.92 210.85 Greenwood — Two Miles Grading Seneca — One Mile grading, One & one half gravel Penton — ihree miles Grading & Gravel „ . & Three miles base. Burt — Three miles Grading Portland — Two miles Grading i Grovel Buffalo — One mile Gradino I one mile Gravel Letts Creek — Six Miles Base Union -r- Two Miles grading & Gravel Plum Creek — Four miles Grading 8. Grovel Wesley — Five miles Grading Prairie — Six miles Blgck Top Irvinoton — Four miles Black Top w'hif..™ fow cMlle * S radin 8 Qnd Gravel Whittemore — Five miles Grading & Gra- " — Two miles Gradina & Gravel • — Two miles Gravel Riverdole .. Sherman ^ -- — *••-.. one & one half Gradina Three ml lei Grading «, Gra- tw X!".!.r. 0 ^, mlle <5r«v.l S, D. McDonald, Chairman ,

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