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60AHB JUNG SESSION 1955 A.D. Twenty-first flay : June 3, 1955 The board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met In special session pursuant to adJournment,..Thoie present were S, D. McDonald, Chairman in the Chair, and members were A. M. Kollasch, G. H. Newel, H. S. Scheppmann and John H. ROde, Absent: none. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded bj? C. H. Newel that assessments 6£ Secondary Board Districts be confirmed,,Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until June'13, 1953. .'•8. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JUNE SESSION 1955 A.D. Twenty-secbnd Day June 13, 1055 The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met In special sessions pursuant to adjournment, Those present were S. D, McDonald, Chairman In the Chair, and members were A, M. Kollasch, C. H. Newel, H.. S. Scheppmann, and John H. Rode. Aosent, none. Motlon^by John H. Rode and seconded by H. S. Scheppmann that County Auditors minutes be approved as read. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded 'by John H. Rode to buy truck from All Wheel-Drive Co. In the amount of $4500.00. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion' carried. On motion adjournment was taken until June 22, 1995. • S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST'- • -. ... Mara Moore,"Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JUNE SESSION 1955 A.D. Twenty-third Day June 22, 1955 The Board of Supervisors ot Kossuth County met In special session to receive bids on a gravel letting. Those present were S. D. McDonald, Chairman In the Chair, and members were A. M. Kollasch. C. H. Newel, H. S. Schepp- mann and John H. Rode. Absent: none. The gravel bidders were as follows: Scheldman Construction Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa; Elmer Dole & Everds Bros., Algona, Iowa; Clarence Zwfall, Elmore, Minnesota; Stollcy Construction Co., Spencer, Iowa; Vander Brink Bros.. Dallas Center, Iowa; Pound Construction Co., Scranton, Iowa; and Ft. Dodge Limestone Co., Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Motion,by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that contract for Projects 1-2-3-4-5-8-7-1139 (2), 79(2)17(2) be awarded Schcldeman Construction Co., Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by H. S. Scheppmann and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that contracts lor Projects B98-897- & 899 (Division 11) be awarded Ft. Dodge Limestone Co., Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Ayes: all. > Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by H. S. Scheppmann and seconded by John H. Rode that' all Certified checks be returned to bidders. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by H. S. Scheppmann that the Fillmore Nursery. Canton, Minn.; be giv- on. contract for nursery stock to be placed around Court House.- Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that settlement with Marvin. C. Uhr, Swca City, Iowa, bo made in the amount of $700.00. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by H. S. Scheppmann and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the following bonds be approved and Beer Permits oe granted the following: Eugene Kollasch, Bode, Jowa; C. O. Bailey, Seneca, Iowa; Algona Country Club, Algona, Iowa; Nick Gengler, Lotts. Creek, Iowa; Florence Hammer, St. Joe. Iowa; and M. A, Mulligan, Irvington, Iowa. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Mo- tiontecarnied. MStlon'bv John H,' Rode-and seconded by H. S. Scheppmann that the following bonds and Cigarette Permits he granted the following: Harold McDonnell. Whittemore, Iowa; E. J. Kollasch, Bode. Iowa; C. O. Bailey, Seneca, Iowa; Otmar Fisher, St. Benedict, Iowa; Clarence G. Werlng, St. Joseph. Iowa; O. H. Graham. Burt, Iowa; Nick Gengler, Lolls Creek. Iowa; Hammer Grocery. SI. Joseph, Iowa; M, A. Mulligan. Irvington; Algona Country Club, Algona, Iowa; Warner Vermerson, Galbraith, Iowa: Roy A. .Hansen, Sexton, Iowa; and Harold Van Allen, Algona, Iowa. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On Motion adjournment was taken until July 1. 1955. S. D. McDonald. Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: *" Marc Moore, County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JUNE SESSION 1955 A.D. 1'wcnty-fourth Day , July 1, 1955 Thf Board of Supervisors of Kossutn County met in regular session pursu- ant to adjournment, Those present were S. D. McDonald, Chairman- In the Chair, and members were- A. M. K61- lasch, C. H. Newel, H. S. Scheppmann and John H. Rode. Absent; none. Motion by. C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that bond be approved and Cigarette permit be Issued to Chrome Cafe, Algona, Iowa; and Harry A. Blome, Lakota, Iowa. Ayes: r all. Nays: none. Motion carried, Motion by John H. Rode and secdnd- ed by A, M. KdllaSch that taxes be suspended for the year 1953 bn Martha Ramus property (SEM Sec. 31-94-27). Ayes: an; Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and -seconded by A. M. Kollasch that bond of Clarence vaske, Treasurer of Agriculture Extension Council, be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and secondad by A. M. Kollasch that tax -exemption on Methodist Church property, S» Lot 13 Blk. 217 Call's Add to Algona Inc., be allowed. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. . . • !' Motion by A. M. Kollasch and se' conded by C. H. Newel that contract and bonds be approved for Ft. Dodge Limestone Co., Ft. Dodge, Iowa: and Scheldman Construction Co., Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Ayes: all. Nays: none, Motion carried. • Motion by 'A. M. Kollasch 'and seconded by John H. Rode that reports of Sheriff, Auditor, Recorder, and Clerk of Court be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion, carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that Herbert Jensen be granted refund on' Open; Ditch RIght-of-Way In See. 11-99-27 In the amount of $60.47 for years 1950-51-5253-54. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. ' Motion- by A. >M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that E. • B. Aukes be granted a refund onOpen Dilch RIght-of-Way In Sec. 11-99-27 In the amount of $50.38 for years 1950-5152-53-54. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by H. S. Scheppmann that July 20, 1955 be set for Stabilized Base letting at 10:00 a.m. and Dragline letting at 1:00 p.m. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Mollon carried. Motion by H. S. Scheppmann and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that C. H. Ostwlnkle J. P. report be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that Robert Deal be allowed refund In the amount of $2.00 for 1954 Dog tax and penalty as It has been paid. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motioh carried. • • • • Motion by C. H. .Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that refund be allowed Jacob H. Godden for erroneous assessment on NW'/ t SW'/i Sec. 6-9628 Plum Creek in the amount of $27.55 for years 1953-54. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that taxes on G. W. Patterson's personal property (twp. large cattle feeders) be cancelled as Ihey were assessed . in ^Portland and Harrison twp. in the amount of $5.10. Aves: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that Semi-Annual settlement of County Treasure to Board be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode that bond be approved and permit issued to- John Wise of Sexton, Iowa. Ayes: nil. Nays: none. Motion carried. , Motion by C. H., Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the payment of the claims at this meeting for those persons and firms listed below be ratified, allowed and confirmed. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion earned. W. W. Sullivan, postage ..... - ---- -|i>-*> Payroll, county ---------- ...... 5,056.70 Shumway, Kelly & Frelstedt, conference : -------- a ------------ 'i North Central Public Ser. Co., gas 9.28 Algona Municipal Utilities, ...„„,. utilities ------- .............. —$499.38 Long Studio, prints —,—.———- 3.14 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., board proceedings _;._„-.:--------- .--111.00 Upper Des Molnes Publ. Co., • notices . ....... - ..... ----- — ----- 7 - 1a Upper Des Molnes Publ. Co., . printing ....... - ..... -;-,-—;,- ---- 21 '° Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., ftalph Llnahofst, mileage .....**. 26,20 Allen Buchihah, delinquent tax , collector _____ ........ — -... ..... 141.47 lUlpK Undhorsf, mileage . ___ ...i" ! itonvae Motor akjireas, weight — .„ ,. WT NltchSlS, com*, on flnes^TO. ierman Studer, trustee meeting 4.00 fUmef Glawi, -thtstee meeting .... 4.6o <flck AmdoWer, trustee meeting 4.00 Louis Llckteig, ttustee meeting (clerk) .ij-..-.....;..: ....... . ____ 4.oo S. H. fieese, Nkl. Badges ---- . — - 11.43 Borensen Grocery, supplies ---- 2.49 Panama Catbon Co., supplies ;.___ 13.43 Panama, Carbon Co., supplies — 26.38 Genes Radio & Television, repairs 177.80 County Supt. Office,, supplies" for • Lengr. _.._„. ____ —.,— ___ ... ----- .88 Ft. Dodge Clean Towel Ser., towel service .......................... 24.05 Elmer Muller, bee Inspector ..^..166.48 Cowan Building Supply Co., Supp. 2.15 Burroughs Corp., Supplies ..,.--•— 10.20 Upper Des Molnes JPubl. Co., cor-. ' . rest billing ... ........... •- ..... - 2.35 Advance Publ. Co., printing ....- 4;00 Jenklrts-Fergemann Co., supplies 27.68 Advance Publi*. Co., supplies ---- 11.08 Advance Publ. Co., supplies ---- 1.20 Kohlhaas Hardware, supplies ---- 10.55 Caunty Treasurer, advance cash D3.82 L. W. Nltchals, office expense ---- 110.20 Addressograph-Multigraph Corp., supplies ^- ..... . .............. »- 2.28 County Supt. Office, suplles for engr. North ' SUDO -- ___ *.-« Matt ParrotTS'SonV Co., supplies 314.18 Advance Publ. Co., dedication T> r °- S '"'' Advance Publ. Co., board proc. — Advance Publ. Co.. notices ...... 55.50 United Variety Stores Inc., supp. 13.69 Burroughs Corp., supplies „.„- 1.03 Burroughs Corp., supplies .o p M. Chrlstensen, truslee meeting 4.00 G H. Seegbarth, truslee meeting 4.00 Otto Borchardt. trustee meeting.- 4.00 Martin's Flag Co., flag & pole— 01.84 Joyce Hayden, mileage ---------- ^0,7 Donald Wood, mileage — - ..... 49.77 Ralph Llndhovst. board and , lodging - ......... - ...... ------- 84 ' 2 g CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9,00 Savings Per lOOLbs, Gain" NRAL MEAL Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can ee H S Sia RESULTS with your hogs on Sargent Mm- ral Moal Results on corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that, you can save up to 6 bushels of corn per 100 pounds gam, compared to ordinary corn feeding. That cuts norma1 corn costs in half, "corn is $1 50, you can save up to $9 cash per 100 pounds Of gains. On a 200 pound hog, that adds up to $18. Sargent Minral Meal gets such big corn savings RESULTS, because it has the genuine povk building m- Ki-cdients. Blonds these into a gveat^money-saving hog supplement. Sargent Minral Meal has vitamins, proteins and minrab plus extra factors. On Minral Meal, hogs just naturally make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat'Puilding Supplements All In One Bpg - All At One Uw Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour it Feed Co. Sargent & Go "Majlis of Famous Sargent Feeds" '22.00 Wesley Boy Jet Hlot Cadet . ____ .., Central Public Ser. Co., ' gas _-...^._.w_- ................. Kossuth County Farm Bureau,. appropriation .............. — 1,250.00 Rusk Drug & Jewelry, sUpplles...-;2,94 Arthur E. Obrecht; reflnlslilng ----- 11.00 Edward Pergdnde, trustee meeting 4.00 Alvin Weber, trustee meeting ---- 4.00 L,. W. Johnson, trustee meeting— 4.00 Carl E. Swanson, trustee meeting 4.00 F. W. Medhurst, repairs .: ..... - 41.90 NW Bell Tele. Co., tele, setv ....244.63 L. W. Nltchals, expense .._.,.-_— 153.14 S',4 L. 5-8-7-8 Calls Add to Algona, tax ................... — ........ 17.04 Matt Parrott & -Sons Co.. supp.— 756,07 Merle Wellendorf, supplies - ------ 8.60 Payroll, county ...... ,'- ..... i— 7,638.78 Dr. N. F. Chapman, observation.. 10.00 Everds Bros., parking lot ------ 126.28 Court Fund Payroll Fund, court ..».. J --------- 554,17 Algona Upper Des" Moines, print'' ing _______________ -------------- 12.00 Fred E. Dutton, J. P. Fee ------ • 5.00 Albert Barnes, marshal fee ----- 4.50 Linda Clapsaddle, mayor fee ---- 5.00 Ernest Hutchison, marshal fee.. .89 Klipto Loose Leaf Co.i supp. ---- 12.93 Fred E. Dutton. J. P. fee ------ 5.00 Donald Wobd, deputy sheriff ..4. 8.58 Fred E. Dutton, J. P. fee ------ 5.00 Elvcis Scott, marshal fee -------- l.oo Algona Hotel, meals ---------- 1 -- n 5 1 '?5 County Treasurer, juror's fee ---- 202.10 Siale Institution Ralph Llndhorst, mileage -------- 20.64 Ralph Lindhorst, mileage ------ 48.44 Road Clearing v Burg Chemicals 'Inc., supplies— 631.80 Herbert H. Klasse, spraying ---- 448.60 Banoi Eradication Harold G. Hamilton, indemnity— 87.50 Oscar Hammond, Indemnity ---- 50.00 W. 'A. Hammond, indemnity „.. 75.00 George Johnson, indemnity ----- 9.93 Richard Meinders, indemnity ---- 25.00 Walter Sachs & Son, indemnity —137.62 Clare E. Wlngert, indemnity ---- 12".50 Fred Kuecker, Indemnity. -------- 12.50 .Albert & Virgil Krasch, ihdemni- ty . ______ _____________ t ________ 96.58 Joe G. Miller, indemnity • ------ •__ 25.00 Charles E. Seebeck. indemnity ____ 50.00 Aueuor Fund Payroll Fund, assessor — - ....... 204.85 L. J. Immerfall. mileage -------- 36.82 National Market Reports Inc., subscription — - ----- - ---- - ---------- 5.00 Frlden Calculation Machine Co., rental ............ - -------------- 70.00 Advance Pub). Co., notices ------ 20.00 Monroe Calculation Machine Co., rental J.— ....... - ...... — ...... 21.00 Panama Carbon Co., supplies — — 13.28 Maintenance Fund Everds Bros., project No. 313—6,022.35 Algona Municipal Utilities, utilities ............. ----------- 11.06 Everds Bros., stockpiling ------ 11,407.50 L. E. Colwell, labor & mileage ---- 211.65 Everds Bros., project No. 312 —7,668. 11 J. H. Merryman, use ,of equipment — - ....... — ...... ----- 666.00 Everds Bros., parking lot ------- 329.52 NW Bell Tele. Co., tele. ser. ---- 28.60 Thompson Distributing Co., supp. 93.30 NW Bell Tele. Co., tele. ser. ---- 4.05 Miller Lumber Co., supplies ---- 49.50 NW Bell Tele. Co., tele, ier ..... 5.35 Andet-son Machine Shop, repairs— -29.45 NW Bell Tele.' Co., tele. ser. — — 7.10 Central Iowa Tele. Co., tele. ser. 14.20 Arnold Motor Supply, supplies — 73.26 Interstate Power Co.. electricity— 50.00 Greenburg Auto Supply, supplies 76.36 Globe Machinery & Supply Co.. supplies ................... ----- 197.85 F. S. Norton & Son, supp. ------ 12.13 Iowa Public Ser. Co., electricity 50.00 Botsford Lumber Co.. supplies — 22.09 County Treasure, advance cash — 4.24 Hawkeye Machinery Co., supplies .35 Ft. Dodge Machine & Supply Co., supplies - ............ ----------- 21.80 Bituminous Material & Supply Co.. supplies — ..... ------- ..... —213.02 J. I. Merryman Algona Block & Tile, supplies ...... ------------ 2-66 Gambles, supplies ....... ---- -— 9.14 Interstate Power Co., electricity 50.00 Titonka Tele. Co., tele. ser. ------ 15.85 Cooks Welders Supply, repairs „ 6J8 Stomac Motor Express, freight „ _ 2.00 Floyd & Leonard Auto Electric Inc., repairs — — ------- ..... ---- 67.20 The Thomas Co., supplies -------- 06.86 Algona Impl. Co., supplies -------- 56.68 Tweeten Hardware, sprayer repair 1.45 Peterson Ac Janslck Implement Co., repairs ------------------------- 11.26 Iowa FWD Truck & Equipment, supplies ----------------- ...... - 13.13 Algona Insurance Agency, ins.— 1.40 Ralph Mastin, dozer ------------ 25.00 Bradley Bros., supplies -------- 11.37 Central Bearings Co., supplies ... 33.00 Algona Mach. Shop, supplies ---- 11.15 Vornon C. Mover, tiling ....... .115.65 John Geerdcs Implement & Garage. repairs ------------ ......... ----- •".•?? Hilton's Super Service, repairs.. .348.71 Goplerud Lubricants Co., supplies 125.85 All Wheel Drive Co., supplies ----- 11.30 Swanev OH & Equipment Co., supplies ,., ........... - ...... --- ?°'°H Sloeber Hardware, supplies ..... 12.07 West Iowa Tele. Co., tele, ser.— 12.95 Weisbrod Impl. Co., supplies ---- 3.62 Gaylen W. Ayres, supplies ------ 2.50 James Elsbecker. supplies ..... . 4.08 Brooklyn Mills Lumber, supplies 8.25 S. & L. Store, boots ------------ 5.59 Concrete Products Corp., supp. 5,688.60 Dukchart Hughes Tractor & Equipment, supplies -------- ......... 68 .08 Olbbs-Cook Equipment Co.. supp. 355.63 Thompson Yards, supplies ...... 2.50 Kossuth Motor Co.. repairs ------ 222.94 Colm Bros. Inc.. supplies ...... .- 46.13 Elmore Concrete Products Co- supplies ... ...... --------------- 23 2-iS E. J. Evers, bolts .......... ----- 46.00 Northern Lumber Co., supplies .. 4.92 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., supplies -H-t'43 Ready-Mix," supplies ... ......... n S'i3 Paper Calmenson & Co., supp. .-202.96 Cowan & Cowan Co., supp. ----- 2,668.51 Sinsbee Plumbing & Heating, repairs ------------- ....... ------- i' 00 Construction Fund Elmer Dole & Everds Bros., stoek- nilinB - __________________ 4.232.10 Evcvds Bros., project No. 530- .26,653.95 Faber Const. Co., grading pro.]. No 3 ..... - ..... ________ ..... 4.360.50 J. H. Merryman, use of equipment __________________ 1,00,5.00 Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole, final 470.23 Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole, final 210.60 Faber Const. Co.. road work ---- 575.00 Bancroft Register, printing ------ 40.00 Bancroft Register, printing ...... 56.00 Bancroft Register, printing ------- 54.00 Charles Plathe. condemnation — 18.92 Erwin H. Siems, condemnation — 19.20 W C Irclan, condemnation ------ 17.10 Bancroft Register, printing ------ 56.00 Bancroft Register, printing . ..... 45.00 Swea City Herald, road notices — 183.0D LuVerne Tribune, road notices -.137.06 M. Joseph &' Walter Bradley, right- of-way ---- .......... -- ....... — -i?-99 P. A. Gaarde. gravel ------ - ----- 5DO.OO Andrew Peterson, Right-of- Way ........... --------------Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole. Final ...... _____ ...... _______ Bancroft Register, Printing ---DRAINAGE FUND Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. No. 4 -------------------- . John T.iarks, Dr. No. 4 ....... - 154.00 Lewis Ferguson, W. Br. No. 5 . 17.55 Harry E: Ward. W. Br. No. 5 .. 5.00 Elmore Concrete Products Co., Dr. No. 7 — . ......... - ...... Chas. Wagnsr, Dr. No. 9 ...... Veroie Scobba, Dr. No. 9 -----C. Crahan. Dr. No. 9 ., -------- 45.00 Allen Buchanan, Dr. No. 68 — - 39.00 John Tiarks, Dr. No. 78 ........ 35.00 G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 80 - ....... 189.83 Fred Beitz, Dr. No. 80 - ..... - 30.60 W. P. Hempbill, Dr. No. 80 ---- S B0.60 G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 80 ... ----- 58.83 Shujnway, Ketly & Fristedt, Dr. No. 80 — ............ - ---- 48.00 Leo Awjdorfer, Dr. No. 80 ---- 57.24 E. J. Seeney, Dr. No.*) ________ 55.00 Bancroft Hegteter, Dr. No. 80 .... 18.25 Shumway. Kelly * Fristedt. Dr.'No! 83 ------ _______ '- ______ 8.00 Chas, Wagper, Of. No.,83 ----- Aviation Cadet Russell K. Han; sen, son of Mr and Mrs iiawreric Hansen of R.R. 2, Wesley, is pictured' above. He is presently, enrolled in the Primary Basic Ob- 'server 'Course at Harlingen Air Force Base, Harlingen, Tex. • Upon completion of this 12-month training, Cadet Hansen will be awarded his silver wings and take'his place in America's main line of defense—the new all- jet Air Force. Venie Scobba, Dr. No. 83 ------ 30.00 Clement Crahan, Dr. No. 83 — 30.00 W. P. Hemphill, Dr. No. 166 - 30.95 Fred Beitz, Dr. No. 1«6 ________ 3.60 G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 166 ..... .... 42.82 Harmon Const. Co., Dr. No. 184 .1000.00 Harmon Const. Co., Dr. No. 184 1000.00 Harmon Const. Co., Dr. No. 184 1000.00 Harmon Const. Co., Dr. Nb. 184 850.00 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. No. 184 ______ ..... _______ 30.00 G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 184 _______ - 72.46 W. P. Hemphill, Dr. No. 184 ---- 16.00 Fred Beltz, Dr. No. 184 ________ 5.40 Armco Drainage & Metal Pro- • ducts, Sub 8-4 ________________ 84.J5 M. L. Johnson, E. K. No. 2 ---- 56.57 Lloyd Gjerde, Dr. 46-3 ----- ..... 3.84 Wm. J. Wood, Dr. 46-3 -------- 9.61 W. D. Boyken, Dr. 46-3 ___ . ---- 6.8ii Paul Meyer, Dr. 56-4 .. ....... - 22.83 Lloyd Gjerde, Dr. 87-5 ________ 10.08 Henry Schutjer, Dr. B7-S ------ 8.00 Martin Madson, Dr. 87-5 ------ 8.00 O. E. White, PAK. 1 ____________ 1000.00 O. E. White,. PAK. 1 ____________ 1000.00 O. E. White, PAK. 1 ____________ 1000.00 O. E. White, PAK. 1 — _ ...... 1000.00 O. E. White. PAK. 1 ---------- 77.30 W. P. Hemphill, PAK. 1 ________ 43.02 G. D. Hart, PAK. 1 ______ ...... 10.08 Fred Beitz, PAK. 1 ---- ........ 21.53 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, PAK. 1 ____________ ....... — - 32.50 Rich Thompson, WK 3-11 ------ .43 Theo. Dorenbush,- WK 3-11 ---- .41 Otto Hanson, W. K. 3-11 - ...... - .18 Theo. Dorenbush, W. K. 20-66 - 2.93 Shumway, Kelly" & Fristedt, WK. 35-89 -^ ..... __________ :- 68.00 Leonard Harmon, D. D. No. 68-136 _____ ..... ______ ..... — 163.02 Drain Tri 84, Tri. 84 ------ ------ 193.62 Dr. C. D. Snyder, Medical Care 16.00 3r. W. W. Jolley, Medical care 74.00 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Medical Care 321.44 Dr. J. D. Whlsenand, Medical Care - 100.00 St. Ann Hospital, Medical Car« 827.88 Dr. John M. Schytter, Medical • Care — 48.75 Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, Medical Care 216.75 Dr. Dan L. Bray, Medical Care . 17.00 Rusk Drug S: Jewelry, Medical Supplies ., - 76.87 Dr. H. D. Meyer, Medical Care 30.00 Dr. C. H. Cretzmcyer, Medical Care —^ 73.00 Dr. M. G. Bourne, Medical Care 147.50 Dr. R. R. Horton, Medical Care 20.00 Welp Drue Store, Medical Supplies 25.73 Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical Care 41.00 Dr. John Keneflck, Medical Care 66.75 German Valley Store, Provisions 24.00 Coiincll Oak Store, Provisions 27.00 Prlebe Grocery, Provisions — 20.00 East End Grocery, Provisions . 60.00 Dlxlons Master Market, Provisions „ 18.00 East End Grocery, Provisions . 55.68 Hcrtzke's Grocery, Provisions . 24.00 Hertzke's Grocery, Provisions . 30.00 Prlebes Grocery, Provisions _. 20.00 J. C.. Penney Co., Inc., Pro•' visions 9.98 Wicks Funeral Home, .Funeral Service 100.00 Swan '• Funeral Home, Funeral wJSXpenses --- 85.00 Guenther's Funeral Home, Ambulance Service 59.0o Dept. of Social Welfare, Aid to Dcpendenl Children 1375.88 Depl. of Social Welfare, Aid , to Blind .- 140.07 Delta Falvey, Care & Keep 94.08 Emmetsburg Nursing Home, , Care & Keep 20.00 Frances Schroedcr, Care & Keep 85.71 Roberts Nursing Home, Care , & Keep — 70.00 Emmetsburg Nursing Home, •Care & Keep 20.00 Ada Flowers, Care & Keep .. 45.00 Home of the Good Shepherd, ( Care & Keep — 135.00 Eflie Curtis, Care & Keep 104.50 Algona Greenhouses, Supplies . 18.25 Kohlhass Hardware, Supplies . 14.34 Robinson Produce, Supplies .. 173.80 Council Oak Stores, Supplies — 27.78 Cloverleaf Hatchery & Feed, 'Supplies 99-80 Algona Impl. Co., Supplies 21.77 Arnold Molor Supply, Supplies 13.20 Marc Moore, County Auditor. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors, BOARD PROCEEDINGS Regular June Session 19SJ A. D. TWENTY-SIXTH DAY July 15, 1855 The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met In regular session pursuant to adjournment. Those present Were S. D. McDonald, Chairman In the Chair, and members were A. M. Kollasch, C. H. Newel, and John H. Rode. Absent: H. S. Scheppmann. Motion by John H. Rbdc and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that contract for Diesel Oil be awarded to Skelly OH Company, Kansas City, Missouri, at $.0361 per gallon less than the posted tank wagon price. Ayes: all. Absent: H. S. Scheppmann. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that contract for gasoline be awarded to Farm Service Company, Emmetsburg, Iowa, at $.0385 per gallon less than the posted tank wagon price. Ayes: all. Absent: H. S. Scheppmann. Motion carried. Motioh by A. M. Kollaseh and seconded by jy A. C. H. Newel lhat Certified Thursday, Sept. 29, 1955 Alflona (la.) Upp«r DM Molne*-S PAYROLL FUND 1 John H. Rode. Meeting & Mileage - ........ __________ ....... S. D. McDonald, Meeting & 412.89 Mileage .. 335.95 A. M. Kollasch, Meeting & Mileage 426.40 H. S. Acme Chemical Company, Supplies 121.25 Algona Ice Cream and Candy, Cocker Rent - - 12.00 Algona Co-op. Creamery Co., Provisions 190.50 Hpbarton Co-op. Elevalor Co., Fuel 266.41 NW Bell Tele. Co., Tele. Ser. .. 23.75 B & D Distributing, Provisions 93.1B L. S. Muckey. Repairs 28.97 Kossuth Oil Co., Fuel 50.11 Algona Machine Shop. Supplies 1.25 Kossuth County Imp. Co., Supplies 14-98 Bradley Bros., Supplies 7.35 ' On Motion adjournment was taken until July 13, 1955. ATTEST: Marc Moore, County Audilor. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors. Scheppmann, Meeting & Mileage 405.77 '0.00 706.74 20.00 7.50 8.40 235.40 40.00 C. H. Newel, Meeling & Mileage 409.25 L. A. Hackbarth, Labor 308.57 Leon Merritt, Labor — 344.40 Al Granzow, Labor - 393.98 Clifford Holmes, Labor 249.17 Ernest Godfredsen, Labor 270.27 Alvin Ewirig, Labor 243.97 Harry Helmke, Labor 328.75 Henry Zwetfel, Labor —, 259.17 Charles Thompson, Labor 229.17 Lem Sfockwell, Labor .' 277.94 E. C. Ohm, Labor v — 239.17 Willard Ohm, Labor ._ 219.17 W. A. Hedrick, Labor. 239.17 Melvln Madsen, Labor' 41.58 Ralph Markla, Labor 269.17 Clifford Johnson, Labor 259.17 Clarence Hentges, Labor 249.17 Clarence Ites, Labor 259.87 Jess Halverson, Labor 229.17 Howard Esser. Labor 247.94 Frank Deim, Labor . 229.17 A. J. Kollasch, Labor 250.78 Harvey Mergen, Labor - 270.27 Urban Neuroth, Labor 1 , 270.27 Herbert Nellis, Labor .* 259.17 Earl Paulsen, Labor 250.17 John Schueler, Jr., Labor 264.77 Bert Shellmeyer, Labor 239.75 Leonard Swanson, Labor 178.71 James Walker, Labor 239.17 Daryl Leeper, Labor 180.49 Paul Willey. Labor 269.17 Erich Willretl, Labor 270.27 C. E. Zaugg, Labor 270.27 George Kockler, Labor 229.17 Charles Ternes, Labor 00.65 Marvin Sin^onsmqier, Labor _- 107.80 George Weringa, Labor 259.17 Ed Blanchard, Labor 229.17 Roelf Miller. Labor 249.17 William Schrader, Labor 259.17 E. M. Downe, Labor 259.17 Noble Crouch, Labor 239.17 Edward Ricke, Labor 269.17 Dick Baade, Labor 249,17 Raymond Baade, Labor _. 239.17 Orville Weiland, Labor ___ 259.17 Ferdinand Meyer, Labor 239.17 Hans Kockler, Labor 50.00 William Clauson, Labor 295.49 Donald Fridercs, Labor 2U5.40 John Ellcr. Labor 20S,'.2 RajvKeefe, Labor J*f7.!IO Richard Reynolds. Labor . 21)5.25 H.u Ian Wlchtendahl, Labor 273.04 Thelina Spurgcon, Assist. Engr. 217.32 H. M. Smith, Co. Engr. 44075 Richard Tuttie, Rodman 189.03 James Hoffman, Rodman 180.03 John Fraser, Assist. Engr. 343 65 William Ralh, Weed Commission 44.44 Edw. Loofl, Weed Commission 233.11 Reinder Krominga, Weed Commission __- _.. _ 221.10 Wm. Fitzgerald, Weed Commission .. . 264.03 Tom Tunery, Weed Commission 310.73 Julius Rohlf, Labor _ 20572 Wm. Rath, Weed Commission .. 154.70 Clarence Pricbe, Co. Weed Commission ' 345.93 Douglas Wildin, Weed Commission _.. 145.27 Bernard Looft, Weed Commission 232.41 POOH FUND Payroll Fund, Poor _. . . . 980.84 Rose Hahlc, Care & Keep _. 8.00 Robert Swlggum. Rent 50.00 Minnie Tliaves, Care & Keep .. 15.00 C. R. Cook. Rent 25.00 Marvel Immerfall, Mileage ._ 61.40 Slandard Oil Co., Fuel 14.118 North Central Public Ser. Co., Gas .- 4.04 Farm Service Co.. Fuel .. 54.27 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities .-. .. ._ _ 31.71 North Central Public Ser. Co., Gas . 8.U4 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Medical Care ... 71.04 Buffalo Center Clinic, Medical Care - 72.00 Dr. Fiesler, Medical Care 47.00 Cook Drug Store, Medical Supplies CU.43 Dr. J. K. MacGregor. Medical Care 150.00 Holy Family Hospital, Medical Care - '. = 100.90 University Hospital, Medical ' Care 1559.84 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Medical Care 9.20 Park Hospital. Medical Care _. 4.95 Dr. Fiesler, Medical Care - 30.00 Dr. F. X. Cretzmeyer, Medical Care - 13.00 Dr. C. C. Moore, Medical Care 7.75 Jack Harris, M. D., Medical Care --- 2J.OO 1, A. Rasroin, M. D., Medical Care 21.00 Of. W, W, Jotoy, Medical Care 156.00 BOAKO PROCEEDINGS Regular June Session 1955 A. D. TWENTY-FIFTH DAY July 13, 1955 The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met in regular session pursuant to adjournment. Those present were S. D. McDonald, Chairman in the Chair, and members were A. M. Kollasch, C. H. Newel, H. S. Scheppmann and John H. Rode. Absent: none. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that the budget be published as submitted and hearing to' be. set for August 12, 1955 at 10:00 A. M. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Molion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that Bond be approved and Cigarette License be issued to Central Slale Theatre Corporation. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Molion by John H. Rode and seconded by A. M. Kollasch thai the estimated expenditure for Aid lo Depen- denl Children and Aid to Bllnc' ' approved. Ayes: all. Nays: noneS tion carried. On Motion adjournment was taken unlil July 15, 1955. ATTEST: checks be returned to bidders. Ayes: all. Absent: H. S. Scheppmann. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. be given Ihe contract for the new adding machine (Burroughs) for the Treasurer's office. Ayes: all. Absent: H. S. Schepp- mann. Motion carried. On Motion adjournment was taken until July 20, 1955. ATTEST: ' Marc Moore, County Auditor. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Regular June Session 1955 A. D. TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY July 20, 1955 The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met In regular session pursuant to adjournment. Those present were present were S. D. McDonald, Chairman in the Chair, and members were A. M. Kollasch, C. H. NcWcl, H. S. Scheppmann and John H. Rode. Absent: none. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that the Stabilized Base Contracts be awarded to Ihc Evcrd Bros, of Algona, Iowa for projects 77(2), 78(2), 1138(3), 70(2), 72(2), 79(3), 746, 1145, and 1128. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. ,Co Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the Board of Supervisors approve Salary raises of elected County officials and Deparlments as set by the law effective July 4, 1955 .and also grant the following wage raises. Clerks $25.00 per month, Automobile Clerk $25.00 per month, Deputy Sheriff $3570 per year, Drainage Clerk $25.00 per month, Overseer of the Poor $25.00 per month. County Nurse $25.00 per month, Janitors $25.00 per month, and cxlra help $1.00 per day. On Motion adjournment was taken until August 1, 1955. ATTEST: Marc Moore. County Auditor. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors. bv John H. Rode that taxes on Birtha KLresstn, Fenton, (building on leased land) be suspended. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and sec- ended by C. H. Newel that contract for Motor grader be awarded Duke- hart-HuRhes Company, DCS Molncs, Iowa. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that Herman J. BoWman be allowed a Homestead Exemption In amount of $4783 on Lot 10 Block 6 In Swea City. Ayes: all. Nays: hone. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that the payment of the claims at this meeting for those persons and firms listed below be ratified, allowed and confirmed. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. COUNTY FUND Advance Publ. Co., Notice 4.67 Fldlar & Chambers Co., Supplies 278.48 Jenkins-Ferguson Co., Supplies 415.36 Koch Brothers, Supplies 33.24 Upper Des Molncs Publ. Co., Supplies 38.55 Radio Corporation, Repairs ... 33.62 Algona Municipal Utilities. Utilities 22.77 Algona Municipal Utllilies, Ulllities - 146.29 Upper Des Molncs Publ. Co., Board Proceedings 224.25 Advance Publ. Co., Nolicc 58.20 Advance Publ. Co., Supplies .. 5.85 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Sup- 15.49 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Regular June Session 1955 A, D. TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY Aug. 1. 1955 The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County mel in regular session pursu- anl lo adjournment. Those present were S. D. McDonald, Chairman in the Chair, and members were A. Mi Kollasch, C. H. Newel, H. S. Scheppmann and John H. Rode. Absent: none. Motion by H. S. Scheppmsinn and seconded by John H. Rode to transfer $150,000 from Maintenance lo Con- slruction fund. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Molion carried. Motion by A. M. Koll:«ch and seconded by H. S. Scheppmann lo Transfer $95,000 from Ihe Emergency Fund lo Ihe Counly Fund. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Molion by C. H. Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollascli the following J. P. reports be approved: Fred Dutton, Ledyard, Iowa, and N. J. Nemmers, Bancroft. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. John H. Rode and sec- Si-'SeheppmaniY.that con~ tracl and bond of Everds Brolhcrs be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Molion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded piles Matt Parrott & Sons Co. Supplies 80.36 Swea City Community School, Reimbursement 127.90 Ramsey Twp. School Reimbursement „. - 358.31 Titonka Communlly School, Reimbursement - 170.78 Seneca Consl. School Dlstrlcl, Reimbursement __ 51.03 Bancroft Rcglsler, Board Proceedings 223.90 Lavon S. Llnclhorst, Assisls Sheriff _ 48.00 Alberl S. Osborn, Supplies 12.5(1 Ralph W. Llndhorst, Boarding & Lodging Prisoners 78.50 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies 30.18 Donald M. Wood, Mileage 11.16 Joyce Hayden. Mileage 25.97 John Uhlenhakc, Insurance 72.00 Ralph W. Llndhorst, Mileage _^ 104.31 George R. Tcllier, Assisting Sheriff -__ 5,00 West Disinfecting Co., Supplies 2.47 George R. Tcllier, Assisting Sheriff 8,00 Swartz Hardware, Supplies 1.18 Panama Carbon Co.. Supplies . 34.99 Eslher L. Wood, Assisting Sheriff 2.00 Dr. John N. Keneflck, Medical Assistance 4.50 Yclland & Hanes, Supplies 3.25 Department of Health, Stalislics 42.25 Iowa State Industries, Supplies 13.13 Norlh Iowa Directory Service, Supplies 50.00 Botsford Lumber Company, Supplies .-. 9.21 Art Burnside & Co.. Supplies 5.73 IF IT'S NEWS WE WA/fT IT DAY OFF A "day off" fishing jaunt ended fatally for a 49 year old Charles City man, Robert Elwood, recently. As he walked along the banks of the Cedar River, he collapsed and died almost instantly. Remember To Get Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END • • • At Your Grocer's Well Drilling and Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBERT 1403 E. Lucats St. Algona, la. 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