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KUSSufVi County Board'af Supervisors Mare-MOW*-, Atriitof .. Cosarove, A. M. Kbllaseh o lit Newel: Absent: None. Motion Was fnoda by Henr ftidULAR JANUARY 19S4 A. D. , ' JEVlNTH DAY: Marth 1, 1«S4 K . . 9:00 A. M. . The Boafd of supervisors of Kossuth I County. Iowa, met pursuont to aaiourn- [rtient .In rjoular session. There was present S. D, McDonald, Chairman In the .w> lf ,»* h *LJ l l Bn \ bel ? 1 4?.fl!Y Schepprnanh, "*"'•" " "•••---'- -| n( j Char- Imsnn and seconded by Charles Newel [that the delinquent tax against Leonard 1 Dunn be cancelled and corrected as petitioned. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion [carried. <• I Motion by^Wm. Cosflf6ve and second- I ed by- Henry Scheppmann thdt Ciflarette Itppllcetlon and bond of Carl H. Wolf of ICiub 169 b* opproved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motloh carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollosch that refund be Issued Bert L. Palmer for 1953 Dog license erroneously listed as delinquent. Ayes: All. Mays: None. Motion carried, Motion by Henry Scheppmann and seconded by Wm. Cosgrove that taxes of George J. Krleps of Irvington Township, en personal property, for the years 1951, l pro , 1952 artd 1953 be abated as applicant .was In ormed forces ot that time. Ayes: .All. Noycs. Nona. Motion carried. 1 'by Charles Newel -. , , / Seheppmann that St. Ann Hospltol of Algona be exempted .from taxes In Kossuth County. Ayes: All. iNoys: None. Motion corfled, I Motion was mode by Wfti. Cosgrove and •seconded by Henry Scheppmann that re- Motion was made land seconded by Ifund of taxes on proper iHove (NEVi NE'/x & NW' fees , 8.69 Albert Eockelrnan, ^marshal's feet ..^.a....^.....;., .86 Mts. Horace D. Clapsaddle, mayor's fees _•. . . 8.00 James Egll, marshal's fees .89 Ginn & Company, supplies 2.38 International business Machines, Inc.,, repairs 40.20' H. W.'Heise, rent 260.W Mrs. Horace D. Clapsaddle, , ' • mayor's fees ....... 8.00 Floyd J. Anderson, marshal's fees >89 County. Treasurer, adv. cash 37.98 Selmer E. Uhr, trustee meetings 18.00 Payroll Fund, county fund 1885.27 Richard M. Anderson, trustee meeting • 4,00 Certified Electric Corp., repairs . : 85.39 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage „ 88.68 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage ~ 27.00 Payroll Fund, assessor fund 1449.78 Klipto. Loose Leaf. Co., supplies 19.78 Klip to Loose Leaf Co.., supplies ' 86.01 Friden .Calculating Co., supplies 80.00 Matt Parrott & Ions Co., supplies : l..i.i.. 101.39 Fldlar & Chambers Co.. supplies 122.28 Upper Des Monies Publ; Co;,- • printing .:-. 108.28 Panama Carbon Co., supplies : ' 11.34 Ed Hoffa Typewriter Exchange, rental and repair .._—,.—..._-.- 70.50 Advance Publ. Co.; printing<...— 100.26 Tltonka Topic, printing . 9.60 Bancroft Register, printing .... 11.76 Corwith-Wesley Reminder, printing 9.12 of Ted Van , .._., _. ...... NW'/i See. J2-97-2B) of Portland for the year 1952 .be made In the amount of $18.26. Ayes: •All. Noyes: None. Motion corrled. I Motion by A. M, Kollasch and second- led by Chorles Newel that Clarence Prle- Ibe be appointed as County Weed Com- Imlssloner for the year 1954 at Salary of ISI.OO per hour and $.07 per mile, and •the Fieldmen $.90 per hour and $.07 per •mile: Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motiort cor- Irlcd. •, • • I Motion by A. M. Kollasch and second- led by Henry Scheppmonn that a transfer " e made from Maintenance Fund to the Lomtructlon Fund In amount of $150,000. Ayes: All. Naves: None. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded Wm. Cosgrove that the > Form to Mar- Ikct Road Program' be approved as submitted . by the County Engineer', H. M. Smith. Ayes: All. Noys: None. Motion carried. V Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded T>y Charles Newel that the Secondary County Road Program be approved as tubmlrted by the County Engineer. H. W. Smith. Ayes: All. Nays: N6ne. Motion tarried. Motion by Charles Newel and seconded _jy Wm. Cosgrove that Pauper Notice be fcerved on Marlon Francis Mishler and Eulalia Mishler J, Family of Fenton, lo- Wo; Ayes! All. Nays; None. Motion carried. Motion by Scheppmann and. seconded Newel that the bonds In the omounts $1,000.00 for Francis Kollasch, George .'ichtendahl and Wm. Runchy In favor of jrainoge District No. 9, be approved. Ayes: All. Nays. None. Motion carries. . Motion by Newel and seconded by Kollasch that the bond of'Gerber and Bus;her In the omount of $1,715.00 in favor jf Drainage District No. 115 be approved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Newel and seconded by Cos- -jrove that the bond of Gerber and Bus- fcher in the amount of $1,880.00 in favor >f Drainage District' No. 2 be approved. Ayes: All. Noys: None. Motion corried. Motion made by Wm; Cosgrove and ...condcd by Chas. Newel that the pay- Iment of claims at this meeting for those •persons and firms listed below be ratified, •allowed and confirmed. Ayes: All. Nays: • None. Molion carried. I County Fund IW. W. Sullivan P. M., Envelopes 77.08 •W. W. Sullivan P. M., Postage 13.81 I Blossom Insurance Co., Bond .„„ I (Leo Immerfall) --_ ; '2.50 I Algona Municipal Utilities, 1 Light Service .......-.— 105.25 The Algona Reminder, printing' 13.30 ,The Biirt Reminder, printing ... 7.00 L. J. Immerfall, mileage i 1S.11 County Treasurer, adv. cash -,.- 2.00 COURT FUKD Payroll Fund, court fund 21.10 Patrick Lynch, witness 8.80 Donald Zwiefel, witness „._,.—. 4.68 Payroll Fund, court fund 445.55 Florence K. Reaser, witness 5.94 Marie Gebken, witness .... 4.28 David Boeckholt, witness 6.64 Melvln R. Roeber, witness 4.40 West Pub. Co., subscription 33.00 International Business Machines Corp., repair .'.—... . 48.12 Advance Publ. Co., supplies —— 4.20 Panama .Carbon Co., supplies 13.77 KliptO Loose Leaf Col, supplies 266.87 Shirley E. Metzger, clerk at court — — --i— L .—— 16.00 1 10.62 Ralph W. Lindhorst, attending John G*ei-des, supplies „.;._.-.-- 4.W Northern Lumber Co.. supplies . 827 towfc Electric Light & ... Power ' t Cb., light sefv 10.26 Central Ic*vfl Telephone Co.. phone TSW — ,8.60 Partners Elevator Co., coal 70.20 Iowa Electric, Light & ^ Power Co,, light serv — 4.39 Farmers eoT/j>-Soeietyi coal —— 119.75 Vincent FcM, tile (cross road).. 50.00 Kossuth,Motor Co., repair .. 77.80 Bt <3. Holcorhb, labor .-„-.._-—_ 5.81 IV S. Norton .& S6n, lumber ^..81.21 Cook's Welders Supply, repair 175.33 Sleg-Fort Dodge Co., repairs — 160.06 Payroll Fund, mslnt fund 6536.41 Taylor Imp. CO.,' repairs . ... 13.25 eOMSTRUCTiON FUND James H. Merryman, labor .,,>,,;,, 'and construction 665.09 Payroll Fund, const, fund 1331.94 Fred Sohmid,t, rdad meeting 13.78 Ted DeBeer.. !(•> road meeting — 1S.B2 J, W.'-Ootsfc road •meeUng —... 11.96 Frank CosTeyV road meeting ... 12.80 Art Rusch, road meeting —.— 11.68 Woodrow Johhson,'road meeting 1 11.12 George Bormann. road, meeting 11.40 Michael Helderscheldt, ^^ , -rOAd meeting : . :„..* 12.10 Ed. Voungwlrth, road meeting -- 11.68 Edward G. Hof. road meeting — 12.52 Clifton Benschoter, road meeting 11.26 Harry Sabln, road meeting 10.84 Elmer' Schaefer, road meeting — 17.00 Sam Butcher, road meeting —i. 14.90 Sfelmer E. Uhr, road meeting — 14.48 Edw. K. Looft, road meeting — 14.20 Melvln Logemann, road meeting 14.34 Lloyd W. Thorson, road meeting 15.18 Andrew A. Fangman, road meeting - 12.94 Jens W. Sorenson, road meeting- 10.70 P. M. Chrlstenson, road meeting 12.80 Lars Skaar, road meeting 14.20 Lewis Bosma, road meeting 15.60 W. J. Stewart, road meeting — 12.24 Herman J. Studer, road meeting 12.24 Henry Looft, road meeting 13.64 K. G. Ewoldt, road meeting — 12.10 Keuffel & Esser Co., repairs — 74.26 W. B. Linnan, grading proj. -.4157.43 JameS H. Merryman; labor and equipment 2293.68 James H. Merryman, bridge work - 873.39 James H. Merryman, bridge work — 971.24 Ralph Green & W. T. k. til James, rnddlclne .*..**-.*.* M;63 rtea. .TV, u, uuuica. *i»*iv*»%.»>•«• —«• Mrs. Geo. weringa, care and keep Algona Co-6p. Creamery provisions .. Dr. Irvtn G. aroft, medical -. 89.88 . v 13.11 rand 'Jury —-- •-,-- Mmnle Thaye*, rent. .^.^.^ so.po viking Oil Co., fuel -jr-r r -.«-— U-. M Mi Gi Bourne, M. D,, medical ^ care - •*„._« j.-- '••••— ss.uu On motion adjournment was taken until March,4th. 1954. • S, D. Mcpdnaid, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors „ ... Attest: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor ( BOARD PROfcEEDlNQS REGULAR JANUARY SESSION 1954 A. D. Mo'tlon'b'y H. S. Scheppmann and seconded by Charles Newel that the hearing on the West Branch of Drain No. 5 be continued until March 18, 1954, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. , , Motion by H. S. Scheppmann and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the county will hold its letting on lumber, '""*•'• * _.._ 1 ^i - _1-_TH l_ J* HJfMVWtll IJ. Nays":"None". Motfon carried. Motion by H, S. Scheppmann and seconded by Charles Newel that the >udget of County Nurse for the sum of S3668.60, be approved for the year of 1954. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion ° On motion adjournment was taken until March 18th, 1954 at 2:00 o'clock IW. W. Sullivan P. M., Postage IPayroll Fund, County Fund — lAdvance Publ. Co., Printing .- lAdvance Publ. Co., Supplies -- lAdvance Publ. Co., Supplies _ lAdvance Publ. Co.. Printing -. lAdvance Publ. Co., Printing -- lAdvflhce Publ. Co., -Supplies _i"- tMarc Moore, Mileage i'-l- pcr Des Moines Publ. Co., „ Printing . IGlenn Strayer, Hauling I Pratt Electric Const. Co., Repair I Fidlar & Chambers Co., Supplies. IHall-Strohorn Hardwore,' Supplies IF E. Teeter, Trustee Meeting|W. J. Stewart, Trustee Meeting IGlenn H. Larsen, Trustee Meet- I ing [ Lloyd H. Barllett, Trustee Meet- I Henry Goof"?!"Trustee Meeting - IVcrl Smith, Trustee Meeting -10. R. Patterson. Trustee Meet- I Chris Dahl,~Trust"e"e" Meeting .- IGlenn H. Larsen, Road Meeting [W. J. Stewart, Road Meeting _ IF. E. Teeter, Rood Meeting ... Lloyd H., Bartlett, Road Meet[P.-M. Christensen, Road Meet- 10.00 5,978.22 72.25 •2.15 5.20 18hl5 64.50 24.92 12.50 62.81 12.89 .37 4.00 4.00 4.'00 4.06 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.QO i G B. Johnson, "Rood Meeting 4.00 |Olto J. Borchardt, Iruslee meeting — —-,--.7 ' ,rJ'X!s lEnncrofl Regln^r. prlnlinB -< 194.25 [Edward Pergando, Trustee ^ QQ Frcd C Blumcr." Trustee meellng" — 4.00 [L. W. Johnson. Trustee meellng 4.00 Carl E. Swanson, Trustee meellng 4.00 I Earl R. Chambers, Trustee meeting 4.00 Edward G. Hof, Trustee meeting 4,00 Orville Anderson, Trustee 'ffl _ _ _ Callaghan~& CoT subscrfotlon . 20.00 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., ' supplies -- I-'-- 35.50 Titonka Topic, bar 'docket ~^-i- 48.00 Mary Burner, petit juror ;..-„ 8.00 Allen Bell, petit juror —- 5.80 Evelyn Baldus, petit juror — 5.10 John Carlson, petit juror ...•—— 6.20 Jane Cowan, petit juror ———. 5.10 Wayne Christensen, petit Juror . 5.80 Agnes Dreesman, petit juror ... 5.10' Wm. H. Elmers, petit juror 7.50 Clara Erdman, petit juror . '6.30 Eugene Fritzler, petit juror —„ 6.20 Louis Grelnert, grand juror .... 22.68 Wm. Glfford. petit juror :.'— 6.30 Wm. Hauptly, grand juror - 9:24 Gladys Hawcott, grand juror — 22.40 Faye Hulchison, pelit juror 6.50 Petronia HenchJ petit juror ,„' 7.30 Kathryn Hanson, petit juror 8.00 Albert Johnson, petit Juror . 7.10 Marjorie Jensen, petit juror . 5.10 Herbert Jensen, petit juror .— 8.80 Wayne Keilh, grand juror 22.40 Peter J. Kirsch. pelit juror 6.20 Hoy Kenne, 'petit juror' 6.10 Roy Kollasch. petit juror ... 6.00 J. P. Larson, petit Juror .._, 8.70 Bernice Lee, petit juror — 7.00 Veda Murtagh, grand juror 21.14 Milo Miller, petit juror - 12.00 Esther Mergen, petit juror —--_ 6.00 Richard Malhes, pellt Juror 5,10 James McEnroe, petti juror —— 5.10 Forrest McGregor, grand juror. — 24.36 John Nyman. grand juror .—:„ 25.20 Andrew Nielsen, petit Juror _ 6.80 Herman Peterson, pelit juror — 7.00 George Rahe, petit juror 6-80 Alvin Recker, petit Juror —/.— 6,10 Melvin Roeber. petit Juror 6,00 Berneice' Rouze,. petit juror 5.10 Donald Radlg, petit juror ~ 6.80 Peter Smidt, grand juror 21.92 Leona Slnnwell. petit juror 6.10 Elaine Simmons, petit,juror 5.10 Wm. Thompson, grand Juror „ 11.20 Richard J. Welp, grand juror 9.24 Robert Walker, petit juror 6,50 Dennis Wagner, petit juror .7.00 Amelia.Wagner, petll jUror 6.10 Florence Anderson, pelit Jt^ror -,'11.00 Hazel Anderson, petit jurop -,—,-, .6,50 Kei*t;,Hppver, grand jury , . ";' witness -— '— —.—*-.*.-^-<—•»«. ' STATE INSTITUTION FUND. Jack T. Harris, physician fees 10.00 C. H. Cretzmeyer, physicians fees _; j 7 - 50 Groebeck, grading proj. DRAINAGE FUN: 3052.42 Bancroft Register, Dr. No. 2 — 12.00 Leland Wildln, Dr. No. 9 ......... 13>00 Herman Wlchtendahl, Dr. No. 9 ........... . .............. 5.00 Frances Kollasch, Dr. No. 9 ----- 11.00 Douglas Wildln, Dr. No. 9 ----- 11.00 Carrol Potter, -Dr. No. 9 9.00 and gravel stockpiling, March at 10:00 O'clock A. M. Ayes: P. M. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors Kossuth County icca _______..———.•--—-——--- ——-••—-— -i-z; Leo J. Cassel, atty fees 7.50 i. W. Miller, atty fees ;— 10.00 Ralph W. Lindhorst, sheriff's fees '- 26.84 Donald M. Wood, assist sheriff ... 3.42 Ray Krebs. assist sheriff —j 1.50 3 aul Phillips, witness J 5.66 Krs. Paul Phillips, witness 5.66 C. H. Cretzmeyer, physicians fees -— 7.50 Leo J. Cassel, atty fees ——— 7.50 Gaylord D. Shumway, dtty fees .. 10.00 *alph W. Lindhorst, sheriff fees 24,43 Donald M. Wood, dep. sheriff ... 3.42 'rank'Tellier. assist sheriff 1.00 ROAD CLEARANCE FUND Payroll Fund, road clearing — 269.03 BANGS DISEASE ERADICATION FUND Dr. R. E. Weber".' inspection of herds 1Q3.00 Lawrence Brandt, indemnity — 9.00 TUBERCULOSIS ERADICATION FUND lir. Wm. H. Q'.oon, inspection ot herds - . 241.50 Dr. J. R. Waite, inspection 4.00 tyV TrusteeTmeetng- | Douglas Wlldin, Trustee I Geo? e Borman"ii,"Tr"ustee mee'ting Peter Kayser, Trustee meeting — 4.00 John Bormann, Trustee meeting - 4.00 Mike Mergen. Trustee meeting — 4.00 Elmer Bell, Trustee meeting — 4,oc Ed Youngwirth, Trustee meeting 4.0C Olxas. Bormann, Trustee meeting 4.0C C. H. Ostwlnkle, J. P. fees ..... 6.0C Delia Welter, J. P. fees ...... 12.0C Ernest G. Thiel, marshals fees ... 2.0C David Boeckholt, witness fees Kent Hoover, witness fees ...... Martin Norland, witness fees ---Clayton & Rusk, supplies ..... Allen K. Buchanan, del. tax collector ...... ------- - .......... z C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. fees ----Ralph W. Lindhorst, sheriffs fees 2.82 Row Peterson & Co., supplies — l.Sj Orville Thoreson. road meetinr 4.00 L. W. Nitchals, CO. atty. - ........ 108.07 United Variety Stores, Inc., _eo. Wichtendahl, Dr. No. 9 . 9.00 Drain 61, Dr. No. 62 1 55,32 Bancroft Register, Dr. No. 115 — 12,00 Frankl & Reding, Dr, No. 116 —1771.39 Upper Des Moines P.ubl. Co., Dr. No. 116 7.00 Christenson Conslruclion has diverted Co., Dr. No. 133 — —5259.42 W. P. Hemphlll, Dr. No. 133 — 8.63 G. D. Harl. Dr. No. 133 34.79 Raymond Baade, labor 8.05 Chester G. Holdefer, court reporter , '— 387,35 Phyllis Miller, assist assessou - — - 116.70 Myrtle St. John, .labor 88.09 Irvin Etherington, labor .183.89 W. D... Oswalt, labor — 78.47 R. K. Beck, probation officer — 117,61 A. M. Kollasch, meetings and sessions - 360.37 H. S. Scheppmann, meetings and sessions 338.50 W. S. Cosgrove, meetings . and sessions 303.79 Charles H. Newel, meetings and sessions 328.45 S. D. McDonald, meetings and sessions 305.97 Raymond Baade, labor 202.90 Dick Baade, labor ...,—' n 213.84 Noble L. Crouch, labor -202.90 E. M. Downs, labor 222.90 Frank Deim, labor 132.00 Howard O. Esser, labor 211.28 Alvin Ewing, labor -—212.00 Ernest Godfredsen, labor .—226.80 W. A. Hedrick, labor '..202.90 Jess Halverson, labor 185.95 Clarence Hentges, labor ..222.90 Harry Helmke, labor —291'.61 Clifford Holmes, labor j—222.90 Clifford, Johnson, labor 228.80 Mervin Kelley, labor. 202.90 A, J. Kollasch, labor ..212.90 Marlin Kern, labor 107.31 Homer McCarthy, labor —^ 226.80 .Gatfry* McDonald, labor 122.85 Harvey F. Mergen, labor 226.80 •Ralph Markla, tabor 226.80 Roelf E. Miller, labor 222.90 Ferdinand Meyer, labor — 194.92 Donald J. Mayne, labor 172.60 Herbert C. Nellis, labor 222.90 Urban Neuroth, labor 226.80 E. C. Ohm. labor 202.90 Wlllard Ohm, labor — —182.DO Ronald C. Peck, labor 157.46 Sari L. Paulson, labor 215.95 Richard Reynolds, labor 175.35 Bert Shellmeyer, labor — —202.90 Lorn. Slockwell, labor 222,90 Doval Sanders, labor -202.90 William F. Schrader, labor 222.BO John Schueler Jr., labor 226,80 Leonard Swanson, labor 226.80 Donald Steinman, labor 147.30 Orville Woiland, labor 222.90 James C. Walker, labor 202.90 Paul A. Willey, labor 222.90. Erich Willretl, labor —226.80 Geo. Weringa, labor .- 227.62 Attest: Marc Moore, County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JANUARY SESSION 1954 A. D. Ninth Day: ^^ lfl ^ 2:00 O'clock P. M. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Scheppmann that the wport signed by Lewis K. Ferguson, Engineer on the proposed construction of Laterlal No. 2 of the West Branch of Drain No. 5, be adopted and that April 15, 1954, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. be the date and the time s^t for receiving bids on said work. Ay.s: All. Nays: None. Mo- otion^by Kollasch and seconded by W. S. Cosgrove that G. D. Hart be appointed as Engineer on Drain No. 12. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion car- ri Motlon by A. M. Kollasch and- seconded by Cosgrove that Mr. Joe W Hammer»manager of the Joseph Mc- Gulre farm in Section 17, Twp. 99 Range 27, be given notice by registered mail that he ---------- *"- -'—" *° J otlon by Charles Newal seconded H. S. Scheppmann. that the Quarterly Reports of the following Treasurer . .i. $1,972.13 ' Auditor • — 3.B20.95 Recorder __„ ...--- 2,492.10 Sheriff i.ii.u^.-t— 839.04 : Mayors Report •2. H. Ostwlnkle County Home Annual 1953 Report be approved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. .Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel that the following weed commission notice be published; first week In May.: i OPPIClAt NOTICE RESOLUTION FOR -THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS WEEDS TO All Properly Owners In Kossuth County: ' BE IT RESOLVEO,,by the Board of supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa; iThat Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 317, Code of Iowa, 1950, aS amended by Chapter 108, Acts £4 G. A,, .t', Is hereby ordered: 1. That each owner and each person irl the possession or control of any lands in Kossuth County, shall cut, burn or otherwise destroy all noxious weeds thereon us defined in this chapter, at such times in each year and In such manner as shall prevent said weeds from blooming or coming to maturity, and shall keep said lands free from such growth of arty other weeds as shall render the streets or highways adjoining said lands unsafe for public travel. Noxious weeds shall be cut or otherwise destroyed on or before the following dates and as often thereafter as is necessary to prevent seed productions: GROUP 1. 6-1 to 6-15 1954 for Leafy Spurge, Perennial Peppergrass, Sour Dock, Smooth Dock and Sheep Sorrel. GROUP 2. 6-1 to 6-15 1954 for Canada Thistle, Russian Knapweed, Buckthorn and Wild Mustard. GROUP 3. 6-15 to 6-30 1954 for Field Bindweed, Wild Carrot. GROUP 4. 6-15 to 6-30 1954 for Horse Nettle, Perrenlal Sow Thistle, Quack Grass, Butler Print, Puncture Vine, Cocklebur and Bull Thlslle. 2. That each owner and each person in the possession or control of any lands in Kossuth County infested with any Noxious Weeds including Quack Grass, Sow Thistle, Canada Thistle, Field Bindweed, Horse Nellie, Leafy Spurge, weed, shall adopl a program of weed Fee's Donald M, Wood, Deputy Sheriff Fees ....... Monarch Products Co., Supplies C. H. Ostwlnkle, J. P., J. P. Fees - Ralph W. Lindhorst, Sheriff Fees C. H, Ostwlhftle, J. P., J. P. Fees' - Doriald M. Wood, Sheriff Fees (Depuly) C. H. Oslwlnkle, J. P. J. P. Fees Ralph w. Lindhorst, Sheriff Fees _._ C. H. Ostwlnkle, J. P., J. P. Febs „ C. H. Ostwlnkle, J. P, J. P, Fees 6.00 3.90 19.79 6.00 3.00 6.00 3.90 4.06 3.00 6.00 4.00 2,00 Ed Dickinson, AssIsflhg'ShcVlff 2.00 Lester W. Allen, Assisting Sheriff James Egll, Assisting Sheriff . Frank Tenter, Assisting Sheriff C. H. Ostwlnkle, J. P., J. P. Fees Ralph W. Lindhorst, Sheriff Fees . i.. C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P., J. P. Fees Donald M, Wood, Deputy Sheriff Fees .. C. H, Ostwinkle, J. P. J. E. Fees L. W, Nitchals, Commission on 2.00 2.00 6.00 45.40 6.00 4.18 4.00 fines ..•'. 138.73 Claylon & Rusk, Supplies 4.28 W. L. Reynolds, Road Meeting 4,00 A. F, McFarland, Road Meeting 4.00 Louis Skaar, Road Meeting ... 4.00 R. I. Anderson, Road Meeting . 4.00 L. W. Nllchals, Office Expense 231.11 Fidlar & Chambers Co., Supplies 34.89 Tuosday, Juno 6, 1954 Algeria (le.) Uppsr Bel Molrt«~7 Quick Supply Co., Supplies ... 450.60 4.00 81.90 !72 upply Arnold Ifainzlnger, Repair ... Algonn Implement Co., Tires -. Funk & Delhi, Supplies ...... CONSTRUCTION FUND James H. Merryman, Labor & ' Construction 2293.66 James H. Merryman, Labor & Construction 873.30 James H. Merfyman, Labor & Construction - 971JM Ralph Green & W. L. Groes- . beck, Grading Project 30S4.44 John M. Hlldmano Rlght-of- Jacob y MaVs"damr"RlVW-o f - Wa y 410 '** Julius, Alma, Annie Funne« ' marfe,, Rlght-oNWay ........ 148.00 Fred C. Seefeld, Hight-of-Way 74.00 Edward and Martha Hnckbarth, Rlght-of-Wfcy ...—...i—.. 78.06 Henry Kueck, Right-of-way .. 62.00 Arthur and Minnie Baker, Right»of-way ..........i.w.. 40.00 Edward & Bcnnlc Eden, RIght- of-Way 130.00 William and Rose Hauptly, RIght-of-Way 118.00 Lon and Josephine Gouge, Right-of-way ,— 86.00 Thelka M. Eisenbacher, Right- of-Way 144.00 veryl and Ella J6nes, Hlghl-of- " Thutnte Pharmacy, Medicine . 88.07 Dr. John M. Schutttr, Medlcnl 81.00 54.00 99.59 16.00 Way George Mnrle & 72.00 SS.OO 144.00 remove tile > where he ,,» u »,=.v^ drainage water 'from Drainage District No. 90 into Drainage Dislrlcl No. 82, and that the Chairman of the Board sign this notice. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion car- r 6 ' S D. McDonald, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors • Attest: Marc Moore, County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JANUARY SESSION 1954 A. D. Tenth Day: 10:00 O'clock A. M. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel that the report of G. D. Hart, Engineer on Drain No. 85 be adopted and that April 15, 1954, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. be the date and the time set for receiving bids on this project. Ayes: All. Nays: None. The n time having arrived for opening bids, the Board of Supervisors requesV ed the Auditor to proceed: Arnico 8 Drainage & Metal Products, Inc. — Des Moines, la. Concrete Products Corporation — Humboldt, la. „. L. R. Falk Construction Co. — St, Maudlin Construction Co. — Webster City, la. of herds 161.20 LIBRARY FUND Iowa Pupils Rdg. Circle, books 17.38 MAINTENANCE FUND Algona Municipal Utilities. light serv. .-, w— 25.87 Urban Neuroth, repairs J.a9 Payroll Fund, maini fund 10.55 James H. Merryman, labor ; and equipment „ , 807.00 Taylor Imp. Co., repairs — 06.10 County Treasurer, adv. cash 17.30 Tltonka Imp, Co., repairs 4.99 Botsford Lumber Co., coal 200.09 Hall-Strahorn Hdwe., mdse. 2.64 Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse. 3.03 Treasurer ot Palo Alto Co., 3.0C . 5.W 198.55 Hatl'sTraliorrTHdwe'., rads'e. ----- 3.58 Fidlar & Chambers Co., supplies 17.04 Koch Brothers, supplies 15.69 John M. Schutter, M. D.. coroner's fees O ' u " K. G. Ewaldt, trustee; meeting — E. E. Hanita, trustee meeting — F. L. nyerson, trustee meeling ... E. R. Wollz, trustee meeting — N. W. Bell Telephone Co., rental for sheriff Richardson's Furniture Co., mdse. Funk & Delm, repairs — Wlllard Anpell, trustee meetings Harry Tish, trustee meeling C. W. Elberl, Irustee meeting -Ar< Rusch, trustee meeting ..... - Klipto Loose Leaf Co., supplies 258.34 Bofsford Lumber Co.. coal ----- 06.03 Scplt Foresman & Co.. supplies 7,60 Balsford Lumber Co., supp ics — 2.68 Martin Dahl, Irustee meetings-- 18.00 R. B. Berninghaus. Iruslee meeting 4.00 MIShael Heidcrscheldt, trustee ^ fl() H.Tw! Harms.'TruVtVe meeting ... 4.00 Clair ~L. Reding, trustee meeting 4.00 Rajph W. Llndhorst, bourd and 4.00 4.00 2.50 8.50 8.07 16.00 4.00 4.00 Dukehart-Hughcs Traclor Co., repairs — —— HH.3J W. F. Smith Tire & Ballery Co- supplies -- 92.60 W. C. Brown Supply Co., repairs — 230.0Z Certified Eleclric Corp., repairs Fort Dodge Machine & Supply Co., repairs 3.11 The All Wheel Drive Co., repairs -— owa Truck & Equipment Co., repairs — — 15^.01 Herman N. Brown Service Co., repairs 43 -° l 'aper CalmenEon Sc. Co.. , supplies ,-—x*~ • JJli '°' 1 ;owa Machinery & Supply Co., Repairs - — 82 -- 23 Waterloo Steel & Equipment Co., repairs ,,'S, Sinclair Refining Co., gas . 41.73 Farm Service Co.. fuel oil 83.73 Collins Oil Co., distillate 117.16 Mld-Wesl Serv. Co., diesel 82.80 Hid-Wesl Serv. Co., diesel 193.19 sTandard Oil Co.. cliesel fuel —1100-63 Kossulh Oil Co.. iuel .- 856.48 Lynch Oil Co.. gas & oil 269.79 Eleclrical Serv. fie Sales Co., supplies —- ' 52,47 Wesl Iowa Telephone Co., , _ __i_ —_'-— 3<UA 133.81 Joyce Hayden, mileage Ralph W. Lindhorst, mileage — 108.09 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co.. supplies -. *«•«*" Ed/He-ifa Typewriter Exchange, rspair - —- isnot p. J. Kohlhaas, rent ^».K Longs Studio, developing »•"; Jcfflfins-Fcrgcmann Co., supplies 60.75 Fort Dodge Clean Towel Scr. """i 2,87 ivy w Co., p..-— .- .. Ralph Walker Jr., trustee . Les Bngenscr, trustee "Beting Mrs. HSrace D. ClapsadoUe, 4.00 •1.00 4.00 Frank D. Fisher, repair .- 15.30 Greenberg Auto Supply, repairs -- —, -134.89 Farmers Co-op Co., coal -. 23.5J Wcllendorf Garage, repair - 48.00 Gerber & Buscher. repair 2572.50 Stomac Molor Express, freighl -L- 8.00 Kent Molor Cb., repair —-- 8.20 Swartz Hdwe., mdse 1.00 Standard Blue Print Cc., supplies 2.28 Gerber & Buscher, repair 151.00 Thompson Dist. Co., -tepalrs --- 20.47 Harry Gresser, repairs .- -— 5.45 Henry Plaisier, repairs .. 21.51 Rick's Ctlies Service, repairs 2,75 Hilton's Super Service, repairs - 201.03 Leslie Hunter, labor 280.7C Sloeber Hdwe.. mUsu. ---' Harlan Wichtendahl, labor 155.92 C. E. Zaugg. labor 226.80 Ed. Blanchard, labor 202.90 Ronald Baldwin, labor , 185.95 John D. Fraser, assisl. engineer 317.37 Theima spuigeon, Uep. engineer —161.03 H. M. Smith, co. engineer 400.70 Helen Anderson, assist. recorder 30.71 POOH FUND Cresco Light & Power Co., light serv. 170.45 Payroll Fund, poor fund -996.78 R. R. Horton, M. D.. medical care 83.00 Kohlhaas Hdwe.. mdse. 7.84 Botsford Lumber Co., coal 65.68 Algona Co-op Creamery Co., provisions .:... —198.90 Hanig Bros., repair 1956.40 K. D. James, medicine 11.70 Laing & Muckey, repair 6.25 L. K. Bagenstos. provisions — 65.81 Algona Ice Cream & Candy Fcly., provisions 24.00 Prall Eleclric Const. Co., repair — 93.76 Swartz Hdwe., mdse. 4.65 Sorensens Grocery, provisions — 29.68 Hoods Super Valu, provisions ..160.06 J. C. Penney Co., Clolhing 15.54 Dean K. Jergenson, labor 30.00 Acme Chemical Co., supplies .-145.33 Marion Osborn, labor 30.00 Mac's Market, provisions - - 40.0C aorensen's Grocery, provisions 55.00 'ed's Super Market, provisions 19.80 R. E. Hcrlzke, provisions 108.00 last End Grocery, provisions — 40.17 iood's Super Valu, provisions — 48.00 re»s Grocery, provisions 105.00 . J. Penney Co., clothing 5.25 McTigue Grocery, provisions ... 80.00 Nauss Oil Co., fuel oil 15.40 Jowen's Food Center, provisions 8.00 Clayton & Rusk, medicine 12.60 Marvel Immerfall. mileage •• 39,27 3epartment of Social Welfare. aid lo dependenl children —1094.12 Viking Oil Co.. fuel oil — — 23.70 Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp.. fuel oil 9.30 _ei'man Valley Store, provisions 30.00 Council Oak Grocery, provisions 20.00 Council Oak Grocery, prgvisions 30.00 Standard Oil Cp.. fuel oil 7.44 Department of Social Welfare, aid to the blind fund 168,62 HilU'i'est Rest Home, care and keep 335.00 Tigges Drug, medicine 10.20 C. H. Cretzmeyer, medical eare - .-138,75 J. C. Clapsaddle, M. D.. medical Ev'efds Bros.'Conslrucllpn Co. — Al- g °Centu a ry Bridge & Lumber Co. — • Pioneer Lumber Co. — Des Moines Miller Lumber Co. — Algona. Ta. Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Supply Co. — Des Moines, la. Molion by Scheppmann and second ed by Newel lhat Armco Drainage & Melal Products, Inc. of Des Molies Iowa be awarded conlracls fo. • .^ta culverts. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mo .ion carriecf. , Molion by Newel and seconded by Kollasch lhat the Concrele Products of rlumboldl, Iowa be awarded contracl :or concrete culverts. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Molion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Cosgrove thql Everds Bros, of Algona, [a., be awarded conlracls for cover aggregate ano\gravel stockpiling. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Molion carried. Molion by Kollasch and seconded by Scheppmann lhat lumber and piling contracls be awarded lo Cenlury Bridge Lumber Co. of Lincoln, Ncbr., In Ihe amount of $32,415.04. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Molion carried. Molion by Kollasch and seconded by Newel lhal Ihe County Auditor be authorized to relurn all Certified Checks lo Ihe bidders. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Molion carried. . . Motion uy Koiiascn and secunueu by Scheppmann lhal Ihe Social Welfare Office be re-classified from a One (1) Counly to a Two (2) County. Ayes: All W;iys: None. Molion carried. On molion adjournment was taken until April 1st. 1054. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors Atlcsl: Marc Moore, Counly Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JANUARY SESSION 1954 A. D. Ninth Day: WUCU, SlltlJl HUUfl. a (Jll>^LUlll VL wvcu perennial Pepper Grasc, Russian Knap- destruction, described by the Weed Commissioner, which 11. rive years may be expected to destroy and will Immediately keep under control such Infestations of said Noxious Weeds. 3. That if the owners or persons in possession or control of any land In Kossuth County fall to comply with the foregoing orders the weed commlssto- ler shall cause this to be done and the xpense of said work, including cosls if serving nolice and other costs, If ny, to ' be assessed against the real . That the County Auditor be and is icreby directed lo, cause notice of the making and entering of the foregoing srder by one publication in each of he official newspapers of the county. ATTEST: Marc Moore, • Marc Moore, Auditor. S. D. McDONALD, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newel that Scheppmann be appointed as;a,committee to have repairs made on Drajns 83, 94 and P. A. K. 1. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. Motion by Newel and seconded by Scheppmann lhat McDonald be ap- polnlcd as a committee to have repairs made on Drain No. 87. Ayes: All. Slays: None. Motion Carried. Motion by Scheppman and seconded by Newel thai Cosgrove be appointed as a committee to have repairs made on Drains 4, W. Br. Dr. 5, 86 and Sub 2 of Drain No. 25. Ayes; All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Scheppmann that Newel be appointed as a committee to have repairs made on Drains 4, 63, 69 and Trl 84. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. Motion by Newel and seconded by Scheppmann that Kollasch be appointed as a committee lo have repairs made on Drains 4, E. K. 4 and W. K. 58-118 Ayes: All. Nays: None. Molion Carried 1 Molion by Scheppmann and secondec by Cosgrove thai G. D. Hart be ap ppinled as Engineer on Drain No. 94 AVes:-AH. Nays: None. Motion Carried ' Motion by Newel and seconded bj Cosgrove that Ihe original assessmcn of $600 for Ihe C. & N. W. Ry. Co. be rocluced $162.00 and lhat said amoun be added lo Ihe original assessment on Ihe SW'.V NW'.'i of Secllon 17, Twp. 97, Range 30 in Drainage Districl No. 16; also lhal Ihe original assessment of $2.500.00 for the C. & N. W. Ry. Co. be reduced $12.00 and lhal said amounNbe added lo Ihe original asscssmenl on Ihe SE'/i SEU Sec. 25, Twp. 99, Range 29 in Drainage Dislricl No. 80; also lhal Ihe original assessmenl of $300.00 for Ihe C. & N. W. Ry. Co. be reduced $28 00 and lhal $2.00 be added lo Lots 18 and 19, Lone Rock, la., and $5.00 be added to the SE'.i NE'/ 4 Sec. 13, 97, R. 30: and $12.00 be added to the SE'.i NE'.i Sec. 15, Twp, 97, Range 30; and $300 be added to the SW',4 NE'/ 4 Sec. 14, Twp. 97, Range 30; and $6.00 be added to the NW'/ 4 SEU Sec. 14, Twp. 07, Range 30 all in Drainage Districl No. 133. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Skelly Oil Co., Fuel Oil 162.54 Key Way, Inc., Remington Typewriter 130.00 Ira Kohl, Supplies 6.00 Funk & Delm, Supplies — 1.25 C. G. Wolfe, 2nd Quarter refund (cigarette Permit) 12.50 ASSESSOR FUND Payroll Fund, Assessor 1486.05 Swea City Herald, Printing ... 10.08 Malt Parrott & Sons Co., Supplies — 10.36 The LuVerne Tribune, Printing 10.00 The Whlttemore Champion, Printing ,_ .' 10.08 Fridcn Calculating Machine Agency, Rental 40.00 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies 1.10 Mall Parrott & Son's Co., Supplies - 13.03 Hutzell's, Supplies 3.56 Monroe Calculating Machine Co., Inc., Supplies Leo J. Immerfall, Mileage Upper Des Moines Publishing ........ „.... ,-. RISht-of-Way y Kunz and June Goplund, Right-of-Way ..... Lewis Broesder, Trustee, Right- of-way ...................... 78.00 Fred and DorettA Plumb, RIgnt-of-Way .- ............. 88.00 James Dodds, RIght-of-Way .. 82.00 Belle C. Black, el al, Rlght-of- Paul 'H. Black, Right-of-way A. P. & William Erpeldlng, 142.00 1.00 28.91 ' Co"," Supplies""."."--!.™"."-""."- 195.85 COURT FUND Payroll Fund, Court Dean G. Parrott, Court Reporter Dean G. Parrott, Couff" Reporter — .-. . 'he Spencer Times, Supplies Dean G. Parrott. Court Reporter Martin Norland, Witness""!"" STATE INSTITUTION FUND Robert R. Horton, Physician Fees . 1000 ohn M. Schutter, Physlcfan Fees _ 750 ,eo J. Cassel, Attorney's Fee . 7.50 C. H. Crelzmcyer, Physician Fees . 750 .eo J. Cassel, Attorney Fee . 7 50 ... A. Wlfikel, Attorney Foe .. 10.00 Donald Wood, Dcfc. Sheriff ... 4.50 Ray Krebs, Assist. Sheriff 1,50 ROAD CLEARANCE FUND Payroll Fund, Rond Clearing .. 4638 84 BANGS DISEASE ERADICATION FUND . Dr. R. J. Dundas, Inspection of 21.10 7.00 7.00 21.65 16.00 5.94 RIght-of-Way 132.00 Herman Becker, RIght-of-Way 144.00 Nellie A. Burllngame, RIght- of-Way 142.00 A. N. Erpeldlng, RIght-of-Way 60.00 Aloyslus Erpeldlng, RIght-of- Way ...4 70.00 M. B. Burllngame, Rl'ght-of- \Vay . 130.00 Bennle Eden, RIght-of-Way .. 64.00 Marie Penton, RIght-of-Way „ 140.00 Julius and Llllle Matz, Right- nf-Way - 142.00 Rosa Ann Pommcr Franzcn, RlBht-of-Way .....—- 144.00 H. H. Raney, Rlght-of-Wity .. 130.00 Henry George Pommer, Right- of-Way _ 144.00 St. Joseph Catholic Church, Rieht-of-Way — 198.00 Nancy Pelers, Rlghl-of-Way .. 72.00 Oscar & Dora Johnson, Right- of-Way - 138.00 Mason City Blue Print Service, ... . Office supplies .-___--;.- 3.BO H. M. Yarnes & Sons, Grading ..„.„„. Project -~—s<— 11957 ' 65 H. M. Yarnes & Sons, Grading . Project -.=---,-.— 458 ' 04 H. M. .Yarnes & Sons, Grading „,„„,„, Project -A-.«-- 11408 ' 18 <euffel & Esser Co., Office Supplies - 3S '°' 4 DRAINAGE FUND Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Meeting & Conference with Board .-- ' r—rr ohn J. Hermers, Survey Ass't. Byron P. Richardson, Survey Assist. ^dfg Herlzke's Grocery, Provisions Clayton & Rusk, Medicine Dr. P. V. Janse, Medical Care Holy Family Hospital, Medical Care ... 300.70 It. Ann Hospital. Medical Care 788.38 Hlllcrest Rest Home, Care arid Keep . li.... 441.00 Diking Oil CO.. Fuel Oil 40.14 Jllver Bakken, Repair .... 44.28 Dr. W. W. JOlley, Medical Care 14.00 Department of-Social Welfare, Aid to tnd Bllrtd Fund >... 161.78 Department of Social Welfare. Aid to Dependent ChKdren Fund 1351.50 Paxson Insurance Agency, In- .surance * 19.50 Council Oak Grocery, Provisions - .— 80.00 Fnrcway Store, Provisions .... 35.00 Mood's Super Valu, Provisions. 73.00 German Valley Store, Provisions .— 30.00 McTlgues Grocery, Provisions. 20.00 East End Grocery, Provisions . 75.00 Latch & Maurer, Provisions .. 54.00 Ted's Super Market, Provisions 29.44 Sorenson 3 Grocery, Provisions 31.84 rtossuth Oil Co., Fuel Oil 7.85 Mid-continent Pel. Co., Fuel -Oil - !UO S. & L., Clothing 3.08 Council Oak Grocery, Provisions . , 20.00 North Iowa Sewing Machine CO., Bottle Gas .-•—.. 8.50 Sjogren's Grocery, Provisions . 60.00 Swea City Oil Co., FucLOIl 18.50 (Ivan Dillon S. & L., Clothing . 2.89 , Walkers Grocery, Provisions .. 22.31 Park Hospital & Clinic, Medical Care 101.92 Mrs. George Wcrlnga, Care & Keep Frances Drs. Jensen & Medical Care Schroeder, Care & ""Coddfngton, _______________ Algona Cemetery Ass'n., Grave Opening ____________ ...... — Immanuel Hospital, Medical 31.20 50.00 32.20 .20.00 , Care ........... . ........ ---- 115.08 . Minnie Thaves, Rent Martin Mechlhause, Rent ...... A. C. Schlssel, Coal ......... Dr. R. A. Phillips. Medical Care Tfcrstcn Clinic, Medical Care Dr. S. B. Chase, Medical Care . Richardson Funeral Home, Ambulance Fee ------- . --------Russell Cook, Rent — ------- — lovfci Public Service Co., Lights Herds 27.50 Dr. L. V. Johnson, Inspection of Herds , 19.50 Earl H. Thompson, Indemnity _ 18.00 Robert Nlelson, Indemnity ... 36.00 Eldon Sabln, Indemnity :._ 18.00 Wendall Weber, Indemnity _ 27.00 TUBERCULOSIS ERADICATION FUND Arthur Goeke, Indemnity 34.88 Dr. J. A. Sanftner, Inspection 'of Herds _ 828.40 George Gallagher, Indemnity- 36.12 LIBRARY FUND E. M. Hale & Co., Books Charles Whitney (Hancock Co. Supt.) Kossuth apportionment to Corwith J. E. Smith (Palo Alto Co. •t Supt.) ....Kossuth . apportion-. '' ment to West Bend :;!.. Frances I. Messer (Humboldt Co. Supt.) Kossuth apportionment to Ottosen MAINTENANCE FUND 29.79 0.8S '25.3 5.00 22.50 39.50 4.00 Upper bes'Molnes Publishing Co., Advertisements (Print- Infl) - ______-.-----------—---— Wm. Rifnchcy, Trustee Meeting & Mileage - ----. 1B ' 3a Advance Publishing Co., Print- Ing Ballots -— 14 -28 L R. Wtldln, Trustee Meeting & Mlleace & Bookwork Francis Kollasch, Trustee Meet- Ing & Mileage & Bookwork - 21.28 ShUmway, Kelly and Frlstedt, Court Hearing rwr Shumway, Kelly and Frlstedt 19.65 16.80 llUlllwaj i j».v.*«,r •*•-— — iii_ Meeting and Conference with Shu°mv/ay"~Keify~an~d~Frlstedt, Mec''ng and Conference with ShunlwayVKeUy'an'd'Fristed't', Meeting and Conference with Board : Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt, Conference Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt, 11.00 27.50 5.0C 3.5 Payroll Fund, Maintenance 6536.41 Taylor Implement Co., Repairs 13.25 Telephone Co.. (Northwestern Bell) Tele. Service 36.70 Algona Municipal Utilities, Lights ._• 27.87 West Iowa Telephone Co., Tele. Service 4.80 Iowa Electric Light & Power Iowa Public Service. Co., Lights Interstate Power Co., Lights -Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., Lignts Northwestern Carried COUNTY FUND 29.62 10.00 —^» \*\J\J LV 11 L- \J 11 U Thompson Dislributing Co., Supplies : $ W. W. Sullivan, P. M., Stamps North-.vcstcrn Cell Telephone Co., Tele, service -- 217.10 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Tele. Service 2.50 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., Slnmps 15.00 W, W. Sullivan, P, M., Stamps 45.00 Algona Municipal Utilities, Lights , 145.19 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., Post labor 138.89 Iowa Public Serv. Co., West Beijd Implement, repairs 56.4E Bradley Bros., repair? -' 9.91 Algona Machine Shop, repairs — 14.30 Pratt Electric- Const. Co., repairs Rook Wftiid Lbr. -Co., lumber - ..,-- . ..-. 4.n; J. E. Ukena & Co.. repair 4.8 Town pf Le<Jy<ird, water—.--—- • 7.1* Motion by H. S. Scheppmann and seconded by Charles Newel that the Bond for Warner Wermersen of Galbraith be approved and Class "B" Beer Permit be granted. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Molion carried. Molion by H. S. Scheppmann and seconded by Charles Newel thai Ihe Bond for Roy Hanson of Sexlon be approved and Class "B" Beer Permit be granted. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mo lion carried. Motion by H. S.. Scheppmann econded by Wm. Cosgrove thai a round on Cigarelte Permit lo Club 169 oe granled in the amount of S12.50. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Charles Newel and sec- inded by A. M. Kollasch thai Bonds of Everds Bros., Algona. Iowa, in the amount of $18.635.00 and $11,880.00 be pproved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Mo- ion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and sec- >nded by H. S. Scheppmann that a •efund in the amount of $26.90 be re- unded Augusta Maass for years '50- 5l-'52-'53 on erroneous assessment N. E i.i N. E. ', 4-99-27 Lincoln Twp. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Wm. Cosgrove seconded by H. S. Scheppmann that refund be illowed Phillip Arndorfer in the amounl of S18.78 for erroneous assess Cards W. W. Sullivan, P. M., Large Envelopes .: :Payroll Fund, County Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Tele. Seervice Nick Arndorfer, Trustee Meeting Herman Studer, Trustee Meet- in 64.00 10.04 6462.90 207.28 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 23.00 2.00 2.00 8.00 ___ 5.28 Strayer_"& O'Brien. ' Haul'ing _. 12.55 Louis Licktelg, Trustee Meet- Theron Hansen, Trustee Meeting - J. G. Graham, Bounty Arthur Lee Graham, Bounty — Esther L. Wood, Assist. Sheriff J. W. Goetz, Trustee Meeting F. S. Norton & Son, Supplies - St. Ann Hospital, medical R. R. Horton, medical care 15.00 T. J. Egan, M. D.,' medical care - 20.00 Clayton & Rusk, medicine 38.82 Hamilton Funeral Home. ambulance serv. _ . '- 12.00 Dr. R. K. Richardson, medical care 2-1 J. P. Clark. M. D.. medical care -100.00 Charles Newel, advance -vash 3.2E Erwin Krause Mkt., provisions — 27.81 Hutzell's Cities Serv. Oil PO., fuel 22.95 Canm-an Drug Sundries. Medicine 13,15 King's Pharmacy, medicine 15.0< Mrs. Orville Hedrick, rent 20.00 Ada Flowers/rent 50.00 A. 'O. Myers, rent — 25.00 Citizen Serv. Co., fuel — i 33.81 Dr. G. Travis Westly, .medical 'care ...' - -~-- 112.50 Home oi: tho Good Shepherd, ' care twd keep'.:- ,-••—.•.. -i.il05.00 Ralph Tjaden, Trustee Meeting and Joyce Hayden, R. N., Mileage . " Meellng wilh Board 15.0 Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt, Conference with commission and Engineer 20.( Rock Island Lumber Co., Sand and Cement John O. Ryg, Winnebago Coun- ly, Iowa, Repairing Tiles ... 28.4 PAYROLL FUND I R. K. Beck, Probalion Officer - 100.9 Irvin Elheringlon, Labor 183.89 Co., Lighl Service — 11.00 lee Conslruction Co., Road Maintenance 2384.45 - - -• - - - - - 5.00 10.69 2.45 Co.. Tele. Distance) Bell Telephone Service (Long James H, Merryman, Repair Work Treasurer's Office Hancock County, Iowa, Taxes Ralph Green & W. L. Groesbeck, Repair Work Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Equipment Co. Armco Drainage & Metal Pro- 41.30 45.00 97.05 782.00 372.14 ducts, Inc., Equipment 845.52 Globe Machinery & Supply Co., 20.27 Equipment Dukehart-Hughcs Tractor & Equipment Co., Inc., Equipment - - - — 684.34 Goplerud Lubricants Co., Supplies menl S. W. S. E. 7-95-27 Prairie 1'vvp. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion , . . Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Supplies (office) _ ...... Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Supplies (office) ------The Reader's Digest Educational Serv., Inc., Books - ....... George Yanser, Trustee Meet- carried. Motion Motion by H. S. Scheppmann seconded by Wm. Cosgrove that Soldier Exemption lor Fred Wcinhugcr of Seneca Twp. be allowed additional $250.00 was allowed $500.00 instead of $750.QO exemption. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by H. S. Scheppman seconded by Charles Newel that Alfred Miller. LuVerne Twp. be allowed refund in the amount of $13.94 1'or erroneous assessment on land 32-94-27 LuVerne Twp. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion by Wm. Cosgrove seconded by A. M. Kollasch that a refund on Personal Property of Arnold P. Boevqr be allowed in ,the amount of $18.44. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch seconded by Charles Newel thai Earl L. Berg. Swea City. Iowa, be allowed refund In the amoi nt of $30.30 for Soldier Exemption assessed on. wrong property. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. - Motion by Charles Newel seconded by Wm. Cosgrove that Kossuth County Beekeepers Association be granted $300.1)0 for inspection work on bets. Ayes: All. Nuys: None. Motion cai> Ralp~h W. Lindhorst, Sheriff, Board & Lodging Donald M. Wood, Mileage Ralph W. Linclhorst. Mileage .Bancroft Register, Printing .Alien K. Buchanan, Delinquent lax collector -.Bancroft Register, Board Proceedings Rosella Volgt, Cash adv. for bounties R. W. Heise, Rent -'—International Business Machine Corp., Supplies Rowat-Murray Eng., Supplies Security State Bank, Supplies - 4.17 Scoll. Foresman & Co.. Books Donald M. Wood. Mileage Advance Publishing Co., Sup- Ralph wi'Lindhorsf, Mileage .. 68.11 Advance Publishing Co., Print- Advlnce'PubliVhfng Co., Board Proceedings .Credit Bureau, Bulletin ------Jenkins-Fergemann Co., bup- C. P H. b 6stw7nkle."j"P.. J. P- 6/50 10.00 6.62 8.00 86.50 22.05 90. U8 8.82 127.12 :!84.85 89.52 250.00 2.85 26.80 1.20 I2.au 4.30 Donald MVWood, Deputy Sheriff Fees p J. Kohlhaas. Rent Kossuth County Farm Bureau, Quarterly Allowance ---Malt Parrott & Sons Co.. KHpfo 1 Loosa" Le'af "Co"., Supplies Klipto Loose Leaf Co.. Supplies Friden Calculating Machine Agency, Repair :..- Hutzell's. Supplies Lodging. 8.82 302.40 24.00 86.26 5.00 4.U2 350.00 1250.00 2.73 1.43 29.20 4.50 2.00 1.25 6-00 Steg-Fort Dodge Co., Supplies Lynch Oil Co., Gas & Oil Cyril Kellncr, Supplies K. &. H. Coop. Oil Co., Repairs i , K. & H. Coop. Oil Co., Oil M. F. Amfahr, Supplies (brooms) Bradley Bros., Parts Algona Machine Shop, Repairs Wesl Bend Implement, Repairs Carpenter & Son. Repairs Ley Motors, Repairs H. E. Hemmingson, Repairs -. Farmer's Co-operative Co., Coal Collins Oil Co., Brake Fluid & Repair -Kossuth Oil Co., Gas _ -Lamport Yards, Coal — Swartz Hardware, Supplies Gamble Store, Supplies Rick's Cities Service, Oil & Tube Repair Botsford Lumber Co., Lumner Thompson Distributing Co., Equipment -Bowes Seal Fast, Supplies Arnold Motor Co., Parts Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., Supplies _Greenberg Auto Supply, Parts Hobarton Coop. Elevator Co., Tile Concrete Products Corp.. Pipe Lewis Motor Supply,. Parts —Iowa FWD Truck & Equipment Co.. Parts Hawkeye Machinery Co., Parts Barclay Co.. Supplies Kossulli Motor Co.. Supplies _Algona Welding Works, Supplies R. R. Doyle, Parts -B G. llolcomb. Repairs Stomac Motor Express, Express Charges _. Chrome Service Station, Supplies .._- -...Tra Kohl, Repairs -.--Peterson's Radiator Service, 1D1.05 Willis D. Oswall, labor Myrtle St. John, Labor Phyllis Miller, Assist Assessor- Mrs. Helen Anderson, Assist Recorder Dean G. Parrotl, Court Reporter Charles H. Newel, Meetings and Sessions 78.47 88.09 144.08 81.07 16.55 356.42 S. D. McDonald, Meetings and Sessions 3J1.18 H. S. Scheppmann, Meellings and Sessions^. 371.34 A. M. Kollasch, Mcelings and Sessions J86.B5 W. S. Cosgrove, Meelings and Sessions —— Dick Baade, Labor Raymond Baade, Labor Ronald Baldwin, Labor Edward Blanchard, Labor Noble L. Crouch, Labor --Frank Dcim, Labor - E. M. Downs, Labor Earl Elicer, Labor Howard O. Eascr, 'Labor Alvin Ewing, Labor .-- Ernest Godfredsen, Labor Jess Halverson, Labor W. A. Hedrick, Labor Harry Helmke, Labor Clarence Henlges, Labor 228.90 222.22 208.00 216.05 226.95 18.90 246.95 153.42 236.66 245.39 254.20 216.95 226.95 330.46 246.95 Clifford Holmes, Labor 236.95 Clifford Johnson, Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies «.« H. B. Hopp, Supplies - t»-' a q, «H. Ostwinkle, J; P., J.-P, 158.55 187.15 51.98 98.70 23.70 25.82 5.31 10.10 297.40 14.55 5.55 12.01 32.07 88.14 901.39 24.75 5.03 5.34 7.70 4,1)8 53.15 19.29 120.13 2.64 241.38 188.14 833.22 283.41 61.C5 .2i 311.00 162.53 6.40 18.SO 55.30 8.00 1.50 4.00 11.75 Mervin Kelly, Labor Martin Kern, Labor A. J. Kollasch, Labor Homer McCarthy, Labor Ralph Markla, Labor Donald J. Mayne, Labor Harvey Mergen, Labor Ferdinand Meyer, Labor Roelf E. Miller, Labor — Herbert C. Nellis, Labor Urban Neuroth, Labor E. C. Ohm, Labor Wlllard Ohm, Labor -Earl L. Paulson, Labor Ronald C. Peck, Labor 12J.BO Doyal Sanders, Labor ?15'?5 William F. Schrader, Labor .. 246.95 John Schueler. Jr., Labor 255.15 226.95 176.81 237.34 255.15 255.15 226.95 255.15 215.73 246.95 240.95 255.15 202.90 206.95 246.95 Hilton's Super "Service. Supplies 36.22 iowa Bearing Co., Inc., Supplies William S. Ebersole Trust, Crossing Road with Tile .... County Treasurer. Cash Advanced for Freight ---Advance Publishing Co., Prmt- Inlefstale" Power," Co.. Lighls Titonka Telephone Co., icle. Service ---Central Iowa Telephone Co., Tele. Service _ Town of W-'sl Bend. Water In tors late Power Co.. Lights .W. F. Smith Tire &. Battery Co., Supplies Cohn Bros., Inc., Supplies ----- Hobarlon Co-operative Elevator Co., Steel Posts Kohlhafas Hardware, Supplies Ready Mix Concrete & Lumber Co.. Supplies .... Root Hardware, Supplies 130.08 50.00 7.32 5.77 3.35 U.BO 16.82 3.34 22.23 45.44 47.00 9.09 204.1 33.81 Bert Shellmeyer, Labor _• Don Steinman, Labor -- - ..em Stockwell, Labor _-- ^eonard Swanson, Labor ames E. Walker, Labor Harlan Wlchtendahl, Labor .-_ Orville Wetland, Labor — ieo. Weringa, Labor 'aul A. Willey. Labor Jrich Willrett, Labor C. E. Zaugg. Labor — Edward Ricke, Labor Clarence E. Priebe, Weed Commission John D: Fraser. Assist Lngineer i.-M. Smith. County Engineer Thelma Suurgeon, Assist. Engineer (Dep.i POOR FUND J ayroll Fund, Poor Fund Marvel Dole. Mileage Nordic Cartage Co. Freight __Pat Hagarty, Repair •'. S. Norton & Son, Farm Repairs Thorpe Well Co., Repaiars Don Smith, Jr., Sunday Register A. F. Van Buren, Baling Slraw Vlarian Osborn, Labor _. L. K. Bagenstos, Provisions K. B Hopp, Supplies Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory, Rent — Laing & Muckey, Repairs Kossulh Oil Co., Gas • Alsona Co-Op. Creamery Co., Provisions Eugene Hood, Seed Corn Interstate Beding Co., Blankets Bradley Bros., Grease Hutzcll's, Clolhing Dr P V. Jansc, Medical Care A. N. Erpclding. Seed Oats Kohlhaas Hardware. Supplies C. L. Bailey. Seed Corn Hobarton Co-op. Elevator Co.. Seed V.--V-"Algona Implement Co.. Maclun- Dr. Jamci"s. Devine, Medical D? 3 W. wrj'oUeV." Medical Care Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, Medical Care ..'. - r j-"i Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Medical Dr/R. R. Horlpn, Medical Care 255.15 226.95 234.00 246.95 255.15 226.95 243.36 248.95 246.95 248.95 255.15 255.18 147.00 19.60 317.37 400.70 153.69 733.03 45.01 2.00 151.50 15.01 521.63 20.80 36.00 30.00 77,57 54.00 12.00 54.54 • 52.08 166.96 87.50 112.50 4.95 , 25.50 22.00 201.18 8.40 100.00 978.13 98.02 400.00 31.00 23.00 8850 91.00 13.00 18.41 38.03 18.00 24.00 5.00 48.00 25.00 7.99 omV of "the Good Shepherd, Care &,Keep —--— 105.00 t Joseph Mercy Hospital, Medical- Care - 109.80 rtlss ;£ena ,Schumaker, Care & rwln KrVuse'MktVpfovlsfons 12.93 rlebes Jack Sprat Mkt., Provisions ... : 13.55 aid-West Service Co., Fuel Oil 13.50 ^id-West Service Co., Fuel Oil . 41.77 V. M, Kollaifch, Calls to Hospital & Ambulance 1.92 Drs. Morgan & Morgan, Medl- (ial Care 29.25 Dr. R. F. Snyder, Medical Care, 10.00 \da Flowers, Care & Keep 45.00 rigges Drug, Medicine 35.91 V. D. Myers, Rent 25.00 Garry's Funeral Home, Ambulance Fee -__ 19.60 Mac's Mkt., Provisions 64.00 Clngs Pharmacy, Medicine 15.00 SkeUy OH Co., Fuel Oil 9.18 "rvington Co-operative Co., Coal - 27.00 On Motion Adjournment was taken until April 5th, 1954. ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor. S. D. McDONALD, Chairman ' Kossuth. County Board of Supervisors. . BOARD PROCEEDINGS .Regular April Session 1954 A. D. TWELFTH DAY April 5. 1954 Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel that Change Order No. 5 be approved In New Court House with Hanig Bros. Plumbing and Heating. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. Motion by Henry Scheppmann and seconded by Charles Newel that April 27th, 1954, 2:00,P. M. be set for grading letltng at Court Room. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. On Motion Adjournment was taken urttll April 15th, 1954. ' ATTEST:' - " Marc Moore. Co. Auditor. S. D. McDONALD, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors. > BOARD PROCEEDINGS Regular April Session 1954 A. I). THIRTEENTH DAY April 15, 1954 Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Henry Scheppmann lhat Central States Drive-In Theatre be granted Cigarette Permit. Ayes: All. Absent: Newel. Motion Carried. Molion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Wm. Cosgrove lhat Bond of Pete Anlon, of Pole's Supper Club be approved and Clgnrelte Permit be Kianted. Ayes: All. Absenl: Newel. Molion Carried. Molion by Wm. Cosgrove and seconded by Henry Scheppmann lhat Bond be approved and that Beer "B" Permit be granled Olmar Fischer of St. Benedict. Ayes: All. Absenl: Newel. Molion Carried. Molion by Henry Scheppmann and seconded by Wm. Cosgrove lhal Ihe motion disallowing Ihe claim for open dilch right of way filed by Clarence. MorraU be rcsciuuetl ana tnat a claim now revised to show Ihe revised acreage be allowed. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. 10:00 A. M. The Board of Supervisors mel In special session wilh Ihe following members present: McDonald, Scheppmann, Cosgrove and Kollasch. Absent: Newel. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Cosgrove that the low bid of Leonard Harmon, Buffalo Center, Iowa, be accepted for the improvemenl to Ihe West Branch of Drainage District No. 5, and thai Ihe Chairman of the Board be authorized to sign a contract for this work. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. On'motion atUournment was taken until 2:00 o'clock P. M. 2:00 P. M. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by iJchcppmann that the low bid of E. R. Lester, Swea City, Iowa, be accepted for the repairs to Drainage District No. 85, and that Ihe Chairman of Ihe Board be authorized lo sign a eonlracl for Ihis work. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. On Molion Adjournmenl was laken until April 27th, 1954 at 2:00 P. M, ATTEST: Mare Moore, Co. Auditor. . £5. D. McDONALD, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors. DOA1U) PROCEEDINGS Regular April Session 1954 A. I). FOURTEENTH DAY Anril 27, 1954 GRADING LETTING Motion by Henry Scheppmann and seconded by Wm. Cosgrove that Grading Projects No.'s 1141, 77, 1137. 1138 (2| 79. 1138 (3), 70 (2| County Grad. Vn. 5 be let to M. T. McGuire & Co., Algona, Iowa. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. Mot'on bv A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel tliat County Road r.rading Projed. 1. 2, 3, -I, lie let to Faber Construction Co. of Aleona, Iowa. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. Bidders were as follows: Booth Q Olson. Inc., Sioux City. Iowa. Ralph Green &: W. L. Groesbech. Des Moines, Iowa. Gus Ostennann <S; Sons, Ocheyccian, Iowa. W B Linnan, Pocahontas. Iowa. Gerber & Buscher Construction Co., Algona, Iowa. Herman Buns & Son. Britt. Iowa. H. M. Yarnes & Sons, Spirit Lake, Ira Vaii Buskirk & Sons, Hawarden, Iowa. M T McGuire & Co., Algona, Iowa. Faber Construction Co., Algona. Iowa. Motion by Henry Scheppmann and seconded by Charles Newel that Pauper Notice be served on Carl Newman. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. Motion by Henry Scheppmaun and seconded by Win. Cosgrove lhal Board of Supervisors. Kossulh Counly approve KosbUlh County Add. to appear in Centennial issues of Algona Papers. Ayes' All. Nays: None. Motion Carried. On Motion Adjournment was taken until May 3rd, 19b4 at 9:00 A. M. ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor. S.'D. McDONALD, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors.

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