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from Page 4) Je Calculating Machine Co.,' sUBBHei-. ..ujflnu—*..*.* ag&slfaHSrrt. ttaw.; supplies S, j, Imffteriall, seno&i of tn- StrUcUaft, »•"{••*-"-"-i • ft, *. '^tflfent-Macttne- CO., rental' . . -----North loWa Directory ..Service directory *.***..•.*,*£*»*+*..<.** Upper Des Moincs Publishing Ffiaifi CftleufaHng"Machfni"" Co., rental -------- ......... Mat* Parrott & sen, .supplies-. ' ; . Couti Fund payroll F.uhdV court ...^.A, ---North Iowa* Directory Ser., • dlflctory •i+.*~~-<.*J.*-<fA — 138.6S 21.00 10.50 28.38 13.01 82.88 18.00 15.23 45.00 5.52 Geor 80 lfl fiff bean. Stale cost »..« — ».— - ,--*—- stitution Fund ' ees — ; AV.BS Af h"--. physicia'n * • J6NH' PeWs." attorney I6 C o — , ', Marion Lamb,' witness ttes „ '.JC. HS iQfetafteyer, • physician t,, B A! Wlnitetf "aTforney~~feesII ' Delia Welter, attbrfee'y fees Ralph Llftdhorst, sheriffs fees C. H. Cretimeyer, physician fees — I ——T — L. A; WInkel. attorney fees 3, F, Fristedt, attorney fees— Ralph tilftdhorsf,. sheriffs fees ' : state Sanatorium, X-ray — .;.. Head Clearing Fund - Payroll Fuh'd, road clearing— 1823.27 Burg Chemicals, supplies 505.00 Bang* Disease Eradication Earl dherlartd, Indemnity , 53.52 Hike. Karels, Indemnity —.u-- 9.00 Dr. N. F.- Chapman, Inspection 21.00 Maintenance Fund 105.50 30.00 68.70 4.i)0 15.00 7.50 3.14 7.50 7.80 10.00 22.85 7.50 7.50 10.00 3.9G 2.00 fhei, tforenbush, Dr. W. K. 3-11 „ .....^ John DeVries, fir. W. K..3-11 Curtis Riehm, Dr. Mo. 48-S . Paul Meyer, Dr« No. 46-3 .'... W. D. Boyken, Dr. No. 46-3 . W. P. Hemphill, Dr. No. H K 2 G. D. Hart, Dr. N6. H K 2^ Lewis Ferguson, Dr. E K 2 .... > Payroll Fund Myrtle St. John, labor _...... Dean Parrott, meeting and mileage .—._*.-.,.„—* 82.16 . Myrtle St. John.Mabor 88.09 Willis Oswalt, night watchman 78.47 Marlon Osbbrn. labor j.« 78.47 Ervin Etherington, labor .. 183.89 Janice Ktckbush, labor —... 118.S7 R. K. Beck, probation officer 98.49 Phillls Miller, labor — 108.98 Dean Parrott, meeting and mileage —_• 82.75 Corlnne Bufgener, labor ~. 148.16 A. M. Kollasch, meeting , , . and mileage ——.—..—... 431.J6 Charles Newel, meeting and mileage . — 370.68 Pnvroll Fund, maintenance — Interstate, 9725.41 100.00 .-- 12.26 North western _ Belt Co., , tele- 1 nhone service • •*»...•— --• ----- 38.25 Iowa Electric Light, & Power, / electric service '_ ........ - — ?5.00 Iowa Public Service Co., clec- trlclty ______ % ___________ Everds Bros., stockpiling ... Everds Bros., Stockpiling '- ---James Merryman, use of equip• Kewieth'Di tiw"o"rth; dig'gini";:: Kossuth OH, Co., oil .......... 1334.28 Smith Tire & Battery Co., 82.50 1145.34 Mid-West Service Co., oil & gas —— — —— Farm Service Co., supplies '._ Collins Oil Co., repairs . Mid-West Service Co., gaS ' Employers Mutual Casualty 88.84 !)3.58 87.04 164.62 S. Hansen, Dr. W. K. 2.70 rled. . Maflon by H. S, Stheppmafin *rtd see- onded by w. S. Cosgrove that August 12, 1934 at. 2:00 P.M^b* s*t tor ora3lr|fl Oftd bridge In Pr«lri# T«\vrtthlp. Ayes: Air. Nays: Nona. Motion earHed.' <, , /Xotiort by A. M. Koliajeh wkjeeond- ed by C. HI Niwel that August 12, 19B4 ot 9:00 A.M. at Court Room, be set for County S ' . , et hWrlfXi of Kossuth CounNays: Notts. MOttort «aM H. S. Scheppmanh, meeting • and mileage — -...., : W. S. Cosgrove, meeting 378.46 ^mpiujc.o *.- * HOQOtt Co., insurance liza.aa B'lanchard Lumber Co., sup- > piles : - - —- 45.43 Everd Bros"," stockpiling 505.25 Chicago & Nbrthwestern R. R., 189.41 13.08 477.51 88.66 162.00 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies — Gibbs-Cook Equipment, supplies — -' Northern Lumber Co., sup- piles i Retco Alloy Co., supplies Siee-Fort Dodge Co., supplies Riedels Trucking Service, haul- West Iowa Telephone Co., service to shed 24.14 ' "Cook's Welders Supply, supplies Stomac Motor Express, supplies ,, F. S. Norton & Son, supplies— Pech Repair Shop, repairs — Highway Surfacers Inc., supplies - ,. 0 _ Weisprod_D-X, repairs 14.39 19.63 14.50 2.00 2156.19 Bradley Bros., supplies Dahlhauser Bros., repairs . Sorensen Motor & Imp., repairs Iowa Central Motor Express, freight - —-— 23 - 58 Blome Standard Service, supplies Ed Giebertson, mowing Kossuth County Imp. Co., re, pairs »Weisbrod Imp. Co., repairs — Northwestern Bell Co., service to shed Frank Fisher, supplies Kraus Store, supplies 15.75 11.06 2.70 6.00 8.08 57.25 •i &• '..-. iTitcmlW-.imp,^ Co., suopVej * -' *C?TG«ibeTg Auto- Snpply-st 4.60 21.77 3.19 4.20 p- 150.06 110,76 .plies —t— Algona Imp. Co., supplies ... Dukehart-Hughes Tractor & Equip., supplies — 21F70 Iowa Machinery & Supply 22.50 lowa'state Industries, supplies Globe Machinery & Supply Co., supplies Herman Brown Service Co., supplies *,-=nn Lee & McGuire, hauling 1'JS.OO Fort Dodge Machine &. Supply Co., supplies 01.68 Goplerud Lubricants Co., gas-- 87.20 Ed Rowlet, repairs - 2.34 W. C. Brown Supply Co., . supplies i 14 - 36 NW Bell Telephone Co., ser- _ vice to shed . ----r,--- 3 ?'i? and mileage —^.. -— 345.67 S. D. McDonald, meeting and mileage 2xS'II Ed Blanchardi labor 208.90 Raymond Baade, labor ^** 218.90 Dick Baade, labor 228.90 Ronald Baldwin, labor — ' 200.85 Noble Crouch, labor ...-L 233.01 E. M. Downs, labor 276.99 Frank Deim, labor — 208,80 Howard Esser, labor 229.17 Alvin Ewlng, labor . ' 234.11 W. A. Hedrich, labor 218.80 Clarence Hentges, labor ??S|ji Harry Helmke, labor 313.89 Jess Halverson, labor 208,90 Clifford Johnson, labor 245.70 A. J. Kollasch, labor 228.90 Mervin Kelly, labor 218.90 Ferdinand Meyer, labor —— 246.17 Harvey Mergen, labor ^ 215-22 Ralph Markla, labor 245.70 Donald Mayne, labor 218.90 Roelf Miller, labor 238.90 Herman McCarthy, labor .-_^- 245.70 Herbert Nellis, labor — 268.58 Urban-Neuroth, labor .i 34 J?'? 6 E. C. Ohm, labor .- 218.90 Willard Ohm, labor 198.90 Earl Paulson, labor — 238.90 Edward Rlcke, labor i'-- 294.10 William Schrader, labor .^'— 238.90 Bert Shellmeyer, labor _ 227.89 Leonard Swanson, labor — ^'r John Schueler Jr.,'labor 2 47.5£ Lein Stockwell, labor _— 241.73 Doual Sanders, labor 238.9( Erich Willrett, labor 262.7 James Walker, labor 218.9( Paul Willy, labor : 238.9 George Weringa, labor 235.57 Orville Wellard, labor '— 267.61 C. E. Zaugg. labor ..— 262.71 William Batt Jr., labor -..-— 241.64 Earl Eller, labor 180.73 Ernest Godfredson, labor 240.03 Clifford Holmes, labor _. 230.78 Martin Kern, labor ... 202.11 Ronald Peck, labor 207.01 Harlan Wichtendahl, labor — 267.02 Gary Ewing, labor —— 78.29 William Bohannon, labor —— 32.34 Hugh Carroll, labor — 63.70 Leland Wlldin, labor 203.B5 E. R. Mawdsley, labor 44.37 Richard Hodman, labor _ 168.44 H. M. Smith, labor 400.70 Thelma Spurgeon, labor 200,85 John Fraser, labor -- — ViZ'S James Hoffman, labor 187.22 Richard Tuttle, labor; - 18j>-2 3 A. A. Schupill, labor 48,50 H. M. Smith, labor 341.25 Edward Telkamp, labor - 203.38 Fred Hemrich, labor 48.06 Edward Looft, labor - 117.53 W R. DeWall, labor 138.09 William Fitzgerald, labor 162.68 I. W. Nelson, labor 16.67 John Kohlhaas. labor 41.06 Robert Lang, labor 167,64 Arthur Maass, labor ... 158.32 Clarence Priebe, labor 243.55 R. E. Ridge, labor 71.89 Douglas Wlldin, labor 107.89 Poor Fund E. K. Johnson, provisions 900.93 tena Schmalen, care and keep 35.70 Dr. Clapsaddle, medical care 239.25 Dr. Cretzmeyer, medicql care 132.50 Dr. Bourne, medical care — 44,25 Clayton & Rusk, medical supplies , 69.51 Hllcrest Rest Home, care and keep 487.00 Dr. Horton. medical care — 11.00 Council Oak Grocery, provisions - 40,00 Mid-Cont. Petroleum Corp., range oil 3.U8 . JudgOt ty. Ayes': All. On motion adjournment was taken until July 23> 1954,. S. D. McDonald. .Chairman . Board of'Supervisor* AffESf:—Mdf« Moore. . ' , County Audl«f. >BOARD PROCEEDING! - REGULAR JUNE SESSION ' ty|4 tWSNTY'WITH DAY % /* The Soard of Supervisor* of — County met In regular session pursuant of«Sd|ourhm«nt. Those present yrtf* S. D. McDonald, Chflirmafl In th« Chtff, mm* ben were H. S. Schsppmonn, C. H. N*w*l, W. S. Cosgrove, and A. M. Kbltetth. AbSSrtt: None. , ' j " ' The Board of Supervisor! M»t to sew bids for the general eaulpmint l*ttmfi. Th6 bidders were Upper Dta MolrW Pub* Ushlne Co., Algona for $38.095.66, ond Storey KehwOftny Co.; De» Molntt, Iowa for '$48,076.00. Motion by G.. .- • . .. H..Newel ond setonded by H, S. Scheppmenn that the Board .take bids on Court House Equipment under - Serv.- to Shed .....*„'....-.. Northwestern Bell Tel., Ser. M A. Y, Me6onafd"Mfg."CoTSup- Wl IB»ra*n* " "Airdwiw" "SupVliei Lee- Jerflemerv Repairs ...... Block & Tile* Co., Sup- Oule Co., Supplies Tho Hopkins ilek Supply .Co.. Supplies .. orripson^ Pdrds, Supplies .... ipklm Supef-Servlte, Repairs K,, R. jrons, Suppll|!i *—_.,.-- Glbbi-Cook feiulpffleWt Co., W«*rB*r)d fmplYrMnt' Co.," Suf* " tlfeMo "lfrTpl«m"«nt"*Co"."lrttr,- Goplimjd Lubricants "So" "Slip" Arnold MVtof"suppr/,*Vuppires Kin* Motor CO., Repairs Thompson Dlirrlbutlng CO., Repair* —4........... -Phil C. Uehty, Supplies .- Algdno Moehlrw Shop, Supplle* peeaut industrial Supply Co.. soppii«s' •..:—......*.. 1 Fulletton Lumber Co., Repairs Cook's Welders Supply, Supplies Gretnberg Auto\ Supply, Sup piles i^.-..*»*J...i—"-- Kessuth Motor Co., Supplies ,... K 4 H Co-operative Oil Co., ,36 46.10 236.62 199.75 143.00 .75 11.31 6.02 -4.15 41.S4 Molvln Bratlaftd, Or. H K 2 .. Ed Nelson, Or. No.,WX J3-11 0. G.Rlslow, Dr. I '• %• W 58.76 .49 5.59 10.18 '1.81 John Tfarki Dr. POOR FUNb Poyrolt, Poor »* ......... --Northwestern Bell Tel., Tel. Serv ......... ^ ........ ~ Cresco Light fc Power Co., „ Elestrielty ..:— — »— •*. 182.33 Kossuth County Imp. Co., Supplies ,..'...-..! ..... 250.00 Northwestern Bell Tel., Tel, Serv. .. 4.. .. _____ i ____ - 33.90 Payroll, Poor . tJ *.iu.-. ..*.•--». 1,037.50 Algona Ice Cream & Candy Fat., lockers Serv. .*.»». J 2 -09 Consumers, Provisions ....j.- 147.03 .5.50 , 29.54 40.18 , 38.30 108.35* 44.71 consideration until August •6/..I95* .« 2:00 P.M. Ayes: A,ll. Nays! Non*. Motion carried. * ... j j Motion by C. H. Newel ond seconded by A. M. KOIIasch that the payment of the claims allowed at this meeting Of the persons and firms as listed Immedl- . . *^ .t .1 ., ,„ j.itt_-j . _tij>...^<4 And Mo. otely' following ratified, aifpwed confirmed: ' Ayes: All. Nays: None. tion carried. ™Co., Tele- 126.95 2.50 Northwestern Bell phone Service — - -------Northwestern Bell Co., Tele- .,„„, phone Service ........ .... 217.27 Payroll- Fund, County — ---- 5 ' 4 I'/21 Marc Moore, Delivers Ballots •— Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies Ralph Llndhorst, Board and Lodge Prisoners . ..... Joyce Hayden, Mileage —,—._ Ralph Llndhorst, Mileage, . Upper DCS Moines Publishing Co., Supplies : —Dr. John Schutter, Coroner's Fees 1 ' ' Radio Center, Check up John Uhlenhoke, Insurance on valuable papers _ Des Moines Addressograph Branch, Supplies _ Bancroft Register, Supplies — Donald Wood, Milerfge Upper Des Moines Publishing Co.) Supplies Earl Daniels, Meals & lodging .. W. Nltchols, Office expense )r. John Schutter, Coroner's Fees Whlttemore Champion, Proclamation LuVerne Tribune, Proclamation *adlo Center, Repairs Hall-Strahorn Hardware, Supplies y Strayer & OBrien, Supplies —i ' Gerald Ollpm, Repairs .. Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage — talph Lindhorst, Mileage Kohlhaas Hardware, Supplies _" Jenklns-Fergemann Co., Supplies Iowa State Industries, Supplies. Helen Huber, Postage Kohlhaas Hardware!, Supplies _ Kohlhaas Hardware, Supplies . Matt Parrott 8. Sons Co., Supplies Long's Studio, Supplies Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage v Laing & Muckey, Repairs Monroe Calculating Machine 34.23 44.07 u n ww-vpwiauv*. wi, *-w., . . . A Supplies .!*...•--.... j.. -- ZS.IO Hilton's SUper Strvic*, Repairs 39.84 Kohlhaas Hardware, Suppnes . 9.89 Stomac Motor Express, Supplies 1«.09 Ready Mix, Elmore Cement Supplies _ it i Tile Co., Sup-, „ . Dens Olf Lubricant Co., Repairs 374.93 338.40 76.10 29.10 Clover Leaf Hatchery, PfOvl* SlOhS «i..: * — Kohlhaas Hordware, Supplies . Moe's Skelly Service, Supplies Cowan Building Supply, Supplies . —•Council. Oak Stores, Provisions , C. Penny Co. Inc., Privlslons :ossuth Oil Company, Supplies lossuth Oil Company, Supplies, B. & D. Distributing, Provisions P. R. Irons, Supplies Algona Coop; Crmy. Co., Provl» ' slons ... .........— Lolng & Muckey, Supplies- -<. Algona Imp. Co., Supplies — Mrs. Ethel Campney, Core & Keep . Hillcrest Rest Homo, Care & Keep .1 502,50 Clayton & Rusk, Medical Supplies -- ...—. J. G, Clapsaddle, Medical Care Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies <1(sS - J , ii All Wheel Drive Co., Supplies . 2,004.58 Sorensen Motor & Imp., Slip- plies ....*.--Richardson Bros., Supplies .Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., Supplies ..-_. Carpenter and Son, Supplies .. Glebe Machinery & Supply Co., 23.42 3.34 111.81 28.98 Northern Lumber Co., Supplies Concrete Products Corporation, 6.01 8.83 103.50 2.06 596.68 18,00 31.00 Kohlhaas Hardware, supplies Bowes, supplies . Stanley Riedel, trucking ... Stomac Motor Express, freight Paper Calmenson & Co.. supplies Titonka Telephone Co., service to shed — — •Ready Mix, supplies — ----- « 3 - b5 Jowa Machinery & Supply Co., supplies S8 ' UB Thompson Distributing Co., supplies — I 68 - 51 Quick Supply Co.. supplies ... A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co., supplies Thompson Yards, supplies ..— Thompson Distributing Co., supplies Spar-White, repairs — A. B. Tweeter, nippers Anderson Machine Shop, re- Arnold Motor Supply, repairs John Sparks, labor —— Algona Machine Shop, supplies Thuentc Pharmacy, first aid — Elmore Cement & Tile Co.. supplies Milo Patterson, hauling Lynch OH Company, oil ----Central Iowa Telephone Co., service to shed ——--— Construction Fund Fabcr Const. Co., supplies.— Ditswortli Const. Co., labor and equipment — — Payroll Fund, construction Highway Surfacers Inc., surfacing -_— —,--_—;.-.-— 0000.0 .79 8.51 7.35 154.04 6.11. 1.89 63.76 14.20 . 1410.3C Co., Supplies ., Swea City Herald, Proclamation Lakota Review, Proclamation _ Department of Health, Vital Statistics ----- - ---------Titonka Topic, Proclamation -. Titonka Topic, Auditor's Report Kohlhaas Hardware, Supplies Fort Dodge Clean Towel Serv., Towel Serv. -------- -• ---County Treasurer, Advance Cash Iowa State Printing Board, 39.34 125.20 15.00 8.38 16.66 246.60 4.03 54.60 41.68 .50 46.57 138.25 6.00 4.20 4.00 >2.72 2.44 7.SO 7.00 56.16 46.96 7.26 50.24 6.00 2.56 62.50 52.50 30.14 2.85 39.38 1.64 21.00 4.20 4.20 35.75 4.90 290.00 64.95 6.70 45.99 101.00 53,71 41. L- 32.52 5,378,34 Sleg-Fo'rt"Dodge""Co.T"."Suppires 136.18 Dukehart Hughes Tractor fc 1 Equipment, Supplies .. . Opsal's D-X Service, Supplies . Collins Oil Co., Repairs ^ai-si Collins OIUCo., Supples ..... ',877.38 Lynch Oil Cx>., Supplies ~ , ,.?iZ-22 Standard Oil'Co., Supplies 1 ' 7 ??'?? Algona Implement Co., Supplies 15.48 Bituminous Materials Co., Sup- piles 287.65 Corwlth Lumber Co., Supplies - ° " CONSTRUCTION FUND (•verds Bros., Supplies .— verds Bros., Stockpiling 'ayroll Fund, Construction : aber Const. Co., Graveling — ames Merryman, Use Equip- Henry SeTberg"Right of Way 9.75 German Valley Store, provisions 30.00 German Valley Store, provisions - 30.00 Dixon Market, provisions 54.00 lood's Super Valu, provisions 40,00 Latch & Maurer, provisions— 54.00 St. Ann Hospital, medical care 267.75 Dr. Bascom, medical care 16.00 3r. J. P. Clark, medical care 150.00 foly Family Hospital, medical care 86.95 Dr. "Bray, medical care ... 27.25 ..arson Drug, medical supplies 3.50 Dr. John Kenefick, medical care — 16.25 Garry Funeral Home, medical care 8-50 Russ Cook, rent 2WJO . G. Holm, Right of Way ... Wilbur Briggs, Right of Way . W. E. Wiemer, Right of Way . Alice i John Kramersmeler, Right of Way Cecil i Ida Pingel, Right of Way August Klocke, Right of Way Earl Anderson, Right of Way - Cunegundes Sullivan, Flight of 118.30 9.43 7.50 5.95 258.34 4.96 41.26 8.55 ^ 201.9.4 75.27 31.00 J. \3i VtldpSUUUIV, IVICUI^UJ wain St. Ann Hospital, Medical Care Cretzmeyer, Medical 06.61 69.50 218.94 H. Care John Schutter, Medical Care _ Tigges Drug, Medical Supplies Robert Horton M. D., Medical Care / » M. G. Bourne, Medical Care Hertzke's Grocery, Provisions . Welp Drug Store, Medical Supplies ~ — '. ,-Mack's Market; Provisions — Mrs. Henry Studer, Care & Keep Hood's Super Volu, .Provisions Lotch & Maurcr, Provisions . O'Briens Grocery, Provisions . Council Oak Grocery, Provisions Dr. L. A. Boscom, Medical Care Frances Schroder, Care i^Keep Roberts Nursing Home, Medical Core .. .-»— Don Bray M. D., Medical Care Larson Drug, Medical Supplies Dr. T. J. Egan, Medical Core - SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT DAIRY SALE '3,10l'.85 1,117.85 84.00 40.00 84.00 84.00 , 42.00 84.00 272.00 42.00 68.75 177.74 25.83 24.25 9.50 108.00 9.02 40.00 10.00 60.00 36.00 60.00 10.00 39.00 154.71 75.9? 42.50 1.95 50.00 95.69 98.66 25.00 75.00 15.00 20.75 5.20 25.00 33.50 105.00 42.00 Wov ...................... 160.00 George Briggs, Right of Way Henry Myhr, .Right of Way -— Bert Westcott, Right of Way James • 8, Elnora Mayne, Right of Way ----J. F. Sullivan, Right of Way Ervin Kramersmeler, Rtght of Way —.Ervin 4 Eldon Link, Right of Way 1 Soren Pederson, Right of. Way Ervin Kromersmeier, Right of Way Gordon Westcott, Right of Way Roy & Moxine Volvlck, Right of Way Herman Brandt, Right of Woy W. L. & J. S. Reynolds, Right of Way John Kramersmeler, Right of Way »--' Oscar Nelson, Right of Way Evelyn Ploth, Right of Way Estella Wiemer 8c George Hag- 55.50 Vlinnie Thaves, care and keep University Hospital, medical care Home of the Good Shppherd, care and keep 30.52 Home of the Good Shepherd, care and keep 1 95'?X Hood's Super Valu, provisions 15.00 Lena Schmalen, care and keep 32.14 Priebes Jack Sprat Stores, provisions 33.01 Mid-West Service, fuel oil 5.74 Garry Funeral Home, ambulance B ' so Ethel Campeny, care and keep 30.00 Dr. John Kenefick, medical care - 5 -? s Dr. Bray, medical care 7.50 Welp Drug Store, medical supplies 15.96 Orville Hedrich, rent 20.00 Irvington Store, provisions ... 28.29 Ada Flowers, care and keep—- 45.00 Dr. Janse, medical care — 13.00 Mid-West Service Co., fuel oil Tigges Drug, medical supplies Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to blind 160.70 Dept. of Social Welfare, aid lo dependent children McCarty Shoe Service, re,pairs — Council Oak Stores, provisions Algona Greenhouses, pro- Codes Upper Des""Moines Publishing ..... Co., Supplies ~> - 442.25 Advance ublishlng .Co., Supplies ..,308.07 Koch Brothers, Supplies C. H. Ostwinkle, ).P. Fees --_ W. H. Steward, Marshal's Fees Ralph ' Lindhorst, Sheriff's Fees W. H. Steward, Marshal's Fees Ralph Lindhorst, Sheriff's Fees Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle, Mayor's Fees> James Egli, Marshal's Fees .. N. J. Nemmers, J.P. Fees Duke Kinsey, Marshal's Fees — C. H. Ostwinkle, J.P. Fees . Ralph Lindhorst, Sheriff's Fees W. H. Stewart, Marshal's Fees Lester Allen, Patrolman's Fees Jonald Wood, Dep. Sheriff's Fees Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle, Mayor's Fees James Egli, Marshal's Fees — Richard Groen, Constable ,—• County Treasurer, Advance Cash Elmer Muller, Mileage ASSESSOR FUND Payroll, Assessor 199.59 'ayroll, "Assessor 1,434.97 42.00 84.00 42.00 84.00 84.00 36.00 84.00 84.00 84.00 84.00 84.00 84.00 80.00 86.00 84.00 "84.00 240.00 42.00 Mildred Snider, Medical Care _ Mildred Snider, Medical Care . Dr. T. J. Egan, Medical Care Effle Curtis, Care & Keep — Minnie Thaves, Care & Keep Dr. R. 1 N. Richardson, Medical Care -u.A-- — McCarty Shoe Service, Repairs Russ Cook, Rent Dan Bray M. D,, Medical Care Home of the Good Shepherd, Care & Keep . D. E. Dunn M.D., Medical Care Ars. Lena Schmalen, , Care & Keep - 35.70 ricbes Jack Sprat Store, Provisions Cities Service Oil Co., Supplies D. E. Dunn M.D., Medical Care Ada Flowers, Care 4 Keep — ', V. Janse, Medical Care — >alo Alto Memorial Hospital, Medical' Care — . •I. R. Powers, Medical Care . lurnadene Steven, Medical Care 'ark Hospital Clinic, Medical Care -- 4.00 Dr. John MocGregor, Medical Care 250.00 it. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Medical Care 312.99 Aid for Blind (Dept. of Social Welfare), Aid for Blind .„ 159.98 Dept. of Social Welfare, Aid to Dependent Children 1,252.37 Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Supplies 7.25 V. Janse, Me'dical Care -- 44.00 On motion adiournment was taken until August 2, 1954. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST:—Marc Moore, County Auditor. 15.30 45.07 1445.87 6.85 16.24 Cif^g Hi'ghway Suriacers Inc., sur James Merryman, labor and" Arnico P Drainage~"&~"Metal Products, supplies Concrete Products Corporation, supplies ---Kobie & Delia Hemmen, right of way — 'V~r- Advanee Publishing Co., printing Titonka Topic, printing Titonka Topic, printing 3J-«u Titonka Topic, printing Millicent Murmame, light 2392,40 1723:il3 3378.68 18.00 ».27 32.00 F Drainage Funds Thompson Yards, Dr. No. 4 -. Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt. W. Br. Dr. No. 5 _—-—--Shumway. Kelly and FristeUt. D D L. ShJrt.-b-r-."No-:jo":::: Ida Lcftcrt. Dr. No. 69 ----E. B. Lobtcr. Dr. No. 72 -— W. P. Hemphiil. Dr. No. 94 G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 04 ------Shumway. Kelly and Fristedt, Dr. No. 75 -- ...... -".-— JT" Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt, W"P. Hemphi.f;-Dr:-No.-82-:: W. P. Egan, Dr. No 82 -----G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 82 ----Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt. Shumvra°y. Kelly" "and" FrfsTedt, Dr. No, 84 ----- ^"--oV ..... E. g. fester. Dr. No. 85 .... 12. <-i 52.aO 275.^8 o-OO 7.00 7,50 002.80 E. -fr.?£35r: 9f .No .85 .... 627.70 G. Q. H*l% .Or. No. 85 Jo-BV 85 - 10.04 W. P, Hemphill. Df. No. Shumway. Kelly and Fristedt, Dr No 83 _____ - ---------- la-wu Shumway, Kelly and Frlstfidt. SlJu'n'iway. Kflly""und"FristedT, (Wd Fristedt. a.oo 14.8! U.98 64.02 24.00 4.55 3.00 4.55 3.00 13.00 1.78 4.00 .89 29.00 34.61 4.55 none 2.07 19.00 1.7) .89 126.60 90.98 <lipto Loose Loof Co., Supplies L. J. Immerfall, Mileage Jerome Dire, Rental Upper Des Moines, Supplies .- Jenkins-Fergemonn Co., Supplies Matt Parrott S. Sons Co., Supplies Koch Brothers, Supplies Advance Publishing Co., Print- 109 coURi"FU~ND""~ Payroll Fund, Court --- 10 5' 5 2 L * ., .. .,' f»_.._*_ jif\ r\n 6.96 3.92 45.00 17.60 -4.13 3,16 18.60 18.80 11.75 52.08 27.54 '7.41 72.12 23.15 134,20 12.00 1.81 visions - 13.6C Council Oak Stores, provisions 46.21 )r. Janse, medical care 46.00 Algona Flour & Feed Co., provisions •Cossuth Oil Company, gasoline sorensen Grocery, provisions— •Cohlhaas Hdwe, supplies Algona Co-operative Creamery, provisions 203.66 B & D Distributing Co., (Humboldt). provisions Cowan Supply Co., provisions A. F. Van Buren, provisions — Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory, lockers Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone service 'ayroll, ppor fund 1104.21 Northwestern Bell Telephone Cp., telephone, service -61 On motion adjournment was takpn mull July 15, 1954. S. D. McDonald, .Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore. County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JUNE. SESSION 1954 A.D. TWENTY-FOURTH PAY JM!> IS, 1»54 The ESuard of Supervisors of Kossuth County met in regular session pursuant of adjournment. Those present were S. D. McDonald, Chairman in the Chair, members H. S. Schepp/nann, C. H. Newel, W. S. Cosgrove, and A. M. Kollasch. Absent: None. The Board of Supervisors met to open bids on Gas Contract. The bidders were Standard Oil Co., Mason City; Sinclair Refining Co., DCS Moines; Cities Service Oil Co., Des Moines; Skelly Oil Co., kan- sas City; Farm Service Co., Emmetsburg; and Kossuth Oil Co., Algono, Iowa. Motiorj by H. S, Scheppmann and sec- anded by C. H. Newel that bid of Farm Service' Co. of Emmetsburg be rejecto; as being irregular. Ayes; All. Noys: None.' "Motion by C. H. Newel and taecondst by A. M. Kollosch that Kossuth Oil Cp of Algona, Iowa, be awarded gajollrw - 1954. Ayes: All. Nays: None W. S. Cosgrove and second th»r,H«o!d Vo& &U*Q Payroll Fund, Court West Publishing Co., Printing Deon Parrott, Transcripts Joseph Hamilton, Court Report" ST/VrY 1 NsYlTU'fl ON " F Cl ND C. H. Cretzmeyer, Physician Fees — Leo J. Cassel, Attorney Fees C. H. Cretzmeyer, Physician Fees Gaylord Shumway, Attorney Fees > E. M. McMahon, Attorney Fees Ralph Lindhorst, Sheriff's Fees C. H, Cr9tzmeyer, Physician Fees Gaylord Shumway, Attorney Fees L. Aj Winkel, Attorney Fees . Donald Wood, Dep. Sheriff's Fees ---C. H. Cretzmeyer, Physician Fees Leo J. Cassel, Attorney Fees -Delia Welter, Attorney Fees _Linda Clapsaddle, Mayor's Fees ames Egli, Marshal's Fees — Gaylord Shumway, Attorney Fees ------ "R'OAD" "CLEARING" "FUND, lurg Chemicals, Supplies ed by C. .- . . (Van's Care) be aronled a Cioowlte P«f mit. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion car 60.00 20.00 10.85 5.00 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 10.00 3.36 7.b6 7.50 10.00 28.35 7.50 7.50 10.00 10.00 3.14 3.14 AT ALGONA SALE BARN Weds. August 25 Starts 8:00 P. M. Heavy Springers TB and Bangs Tested 12 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS 12 JERSEY HEIFERS -Weighing 300 to 600 Pounds 10 JERSEY COWS - Heavy Springers or Just Fresh 7 SHORTHORN COWS - He! 15 HEAD HOLSTEIN HEIFERS |ers or Just Fresh Close up Springers, Calfhood Bangs Vaccinated, All From One Man. ALSO CHOICE 2 YR. OLD GUERNSEY BULL AND MANY MORE! If You Have Cattle To Consign Bring 'Em. If You Want To Buy Cattle, Be Here. ALGONA SALE BARN Phone 398-W Yungeberg & Riebhoff North Edge of Algona ; Algona, Iowa BANGS DISEASE ERADICATION Dr. Wm. H. Olson, Inspection Harry Hasse, Indemnity Sene J. Lampe, Indemnity -- oe Miller, Indemnity A. J. Ogren, Indemnity T B ERADICATION )uane Johnson, Indemnity -Gene Lampe, Indemnity MAINTENANCE FUND Chicago & NW Railway, Freight 505.00 17.00 18.00 9.00 45.00 9.00 41.96 50.00 ge, Right of Woy Alvin Busch, Right of Way ... Alfred Kromersmeier, Right, of ----Way 120.0C Harriet'West, Right of Way — .-84.0C Swea City Herald, Printing — 227.85 Armco Drainage 4 Metal PrO- „„' ducts, Supplies .^— 2,824.8 Moson City Blue Print Service, Plan & Profile 69.37 PAYROLL FUND ' Dean Parrott, Meeting & Mile- Phyllis MflFe"r"Lobor"Y .106.37 Myrtle St. John. ,Labor 88.0' Willis Oswalt, Labor .-, 78.47 Marioa Osborn, Labor 78.47 rvin Etherington, Labor 183.89 Janice Kiekbush, Labor — 135.56 Corrine Burgener; Labor 151.47 A. M. Kollasch, Meeting 8, Mileage - -..— 381.11 W, S. Cosgrove, Meeting and Mileage j— 352.53 H. S. Scheppmann, Meeting 8. Mileoge - 373.45 C. H. Newel, Meeting & Mileage -, 368.05 S. D. McDonald, Meeting & Mileage -•— 347.43 Clifford Holmes, Labor 251.45 Raymond Baade, Lobor —-— 226.95 Ronald Baldwin, Labor 225.39 Dick Baade, Lobor 228.90 Ed Blonchard,' Labor 216.95 William Batt Jr., Labor 2 5?'H5 William Bohannon, Labor 75.77 Noble Crouch, Labor 232.06 Fronk Deim, Labor 216 ' 9 5 E. M. Downs, Labor 253.50 Howard 0. Esser, Labor 236.66 Gary Ewing, Labor J,'J\?I Alvin Ewing, Labor 236.95 Eorl Eller, Labor •. 224.44 Ernest Godfredson, Labor — 245.70 Clarence Hentges, Labor 359.68 W. A. Hedrick, Labor 226.93 Harry Helmke, Labor Jess Halverson, Labor Clifford Johnson, Labor A. J. Kollasch, Labor Mervin Kelly, Labor Martin Kern, Labor Ferdinand Meyer, Labor Harney Mergen, Labor 266.49 Donald Mayne, Labor 226.95 Homer McCarthy, Labor 255.15 Roelf Miller, Labor 246 -?l Ralph Marklo, Labor - 255.15 Herbert Nellis. Labor 246.95 Urban Neuroth, Labor 294.83 E. C. Ohm, Labor 2 26 -? 11 Willord Ohm, Lobor .-Earl Paulsen, Labor Ronald Peck, Labor Edward Ricke, Labor Lem Stockwell, Labor Bert Shellmyer, Lobor ohn Schuller Jr., Labor Doyel Sanders, Labor eonard Swanson, Labor iVilliom Schrader, Labor rich Willrett, Labor George Weringa, Labor Orville Wielgnd, Labor 'aul Willy, Labor im Wolker; Labor Iqrlan Wichtendahl, Labor -C. E. Zaugg, Labor 'ot Sheridan, Labor i. K. Beck, Mileage Chicago i NW Railway, Freight Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities Chicago & NW Railway, Freight Iowa Electric Light ond Power, ' Electricity . Perry Gas Co., 821.51 877.69 14.13 1,050.57 50.00 5.00 -.., .-.. Meter Deposit James Merryman, Rent Equip- ._.„„, mcnt ..,- '' 71 ?- 2 5 Stoeber Hardware, Supplies — Hantelman Garage, Repairs -Thompson Yards, Supplies — Iowa State Industries, Supplies Stubbs Motor Freight, Freight . Corner Store, Supplies — Fort Dodge Machine & Supply Co.; Supplies ,.— Sioux City Iron Co., Supplies George McVoy, Hauling .; Aflvonce Publishing Co., Supplies Central Iowa Tel. Serv. Telephone Co., i 5.60 16.50 3.33 24.60 2.00 2.45 27.86 23.8< 297.50 6.33 Alg&OQ Insurance Agency, In----- „_ ----------, Iowa, Water Serv. -- rvlUa Molan, CqJ «. Do*w T . itqry Supply Service, Sup------------------- Publishing Co., Print- OrvlU Sgnit plies Wwt Co- ( 11.55 15.06 7.0( 50.00 8.45 ,12.00 7,00 •440 216.95 257.04 236.95 226.95 219.84 268.82 137.30 246.95 224.44 258.93 250.17 228.28 255.15 113.40 246.95 246.95 268.38 246.95 255.39 246.95 226.95 238.82 273.10 6.00 99.71 Hugh Carroll, Labor 236.95 Al Granzpw, Labor "•" " Al Granzow, Labor --W. A. Lorenz, Labor Richard Tuttle, Labor lohn Froser, Labor lames Hoffman, Lobor Thelma Spurgeon, Labor Rifhard Fraser, Labor H. M. Smith, Labor .eland Wildin, Labor •Douglas Wildin, Labor Arthur Maass, Labor Robert Lara, Labor .—.— Edward Looft, Labor 247.37 265.66 359.13 189.03 317.37 180.34 200.85 198.2 400.70 192.25 T06.5I 144.13 169.04 196.85 233.43 370.7 246.3 72.4 167.90 Edward Telecomp, Labor ----Clarence Priebe, Lobor -----Wm. Fitzgerald, Labor ------R. E. Ridge, Labor ---------I. W. Nelson, Labor .» ------ E. B. Thomas, Mileage ...... 241.24 DRAINAGE FUNQ G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 4 ----G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 12 ..... W. P. Hemphill, Dr. No. 12 -W. P. Hemphill, Dr. No; 133 - Iryin Johnson, Dr. No, 4 — — Harry Wg*d, Dr. No. W No. 5 L«wis Ferguson, Dr. W No. 5 Everest U*t«, pr. No. 8? .Dick JBo»4e.'Dr. No. 9? - ..... Erngst Godfredson, Or. No. 99 Ce/ne/iJ & Tife Cjj., Syp- &-4I 18.9, 15.0 7.5: 27-0' 20.9J 65.7 70.0 10.0 10.0 Harvey H«sen, Dr CLOSING-OUT Farm Auction BBB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ] » As I am moving to Arizona to go into irrigation work, I-will sell the following described property at, a closing out sale to be held on the farm located V/ 2 miles west of Algona on highway 18 (south side of road) on ... FRIDAY, AUGUST 27th SALE WILL BEGIN AT 1:00 P. M. SHARP! MACHINERY 1945 M Farmall Tractor, in very good condition. B Farmall Tractor with mounted planter and phuematic lift cultivator. International Cultivator. No. 24 International Corn Picker, 2 years old, just like new. 12-ft. International Disc. 6-ft. International Mower. 300-gal. Gas Barrel, speed jack, lard press and kettle, chain hoist, 2-wheel trailer, set 11-38 tractor chains, household goods of all kinds, hog troughs, chicken feeders and waterers, hog feeders and waterers, feed bunk, hand corn shejler and tools. • 20-ft. Flexible Drag. • Horn Rubber-tired Wagon with flare box. • 2—Wood Wagons and Running Gear. • Case 3-bottom Plow on rubber. , • 8-ft. International Binder. • Sargent Hydraulic.-Loader with hay buck and snow scoop. Brooder House 12x14-ft. Terms: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before sale. George R. Stewart ."STATE »ANK Not responsibly for accidents during COI.WELL BUGS. Auctioneers

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