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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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4-Algsna (la.) Uppar 0*1 Meiftfti Thursday, October 13, 1955 Ledyard PTA Elects New Prexy Ledjterd—The PTA met at the school last Monday evening for the first regular meeting. Mrs Harold Herzog was program chairman. Guest speaker of the evening was Miss Enderson, a returned Missionary from Iran who had spent 35 years in this field. Mrs B. E. Gilbertson was elected president for the year. Plans were discussed for a barber shop quartet contest to be held the end of November. Open House For Parents The children of Mr and Mrs Charles Bashara are holding open house in honor of their parents' 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 9 from 2 till 5 p.m. at their home. Their friends are invited to call. Martha Circle Meets The second circle o/ the WSCS met at the home of Mrs Edward Looft on Thursday afternoon. They chose the name of Martha for their group. Mrs Ray Wenl- worth is chairman and Mrs D. A. Carpenter was elected co-chairman. Mrs Harold Wentworth was elected secretary and treasurer. Devotions were led by Mrs Harold Herzog. Mrs Lola Pearson of Walker. Minn, visited her aunt, Mrs Rose Moulton. several days last week. Mrs Lena Warner was in Algona from Thursday to Sunday staying with her grandchildren while their parents. Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner, were on a fishing trip. Mr and Mrs Melvin Madscn and family moved to Guckeen on Sunday where he has work in the elevator. Cleo Young of Des Moines spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Looft. Mrs Glenn Burrow entertained a few neighbors and friends at their home on Saturday afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs Etta Anderson's birthday. A reunion was held at the home of Dan Lynch on Sunday with Mr and Mrs Olaf Thompson of Arlington, Va. as honored guests. Mrs Thompson was the former Margaret Welch. Others present for ^he dinne: RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF STORING COMBINATION gives you more convenience and com- forl lhan any other combination window I RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greal- ly lo the beauty of your home I Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona were Mr and Mrs Mike Welch and family of Emmetsburg, Jack Welch of Madison Lake, Minn.. Mr and Mrs Joe Welch of Rossie, Frank Welch of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Jake Garmin of Gar..den City, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Raymond Guslafson. Mr and Mrs Harold Krause and family of Fort Dodge called at the Dot tie Welfare home- on Sunday. The Ledyard School 60 piece band went to Algona on Saturday and participated in the Algona Band Festival with Ann Egesdal as their queen candidate. The band is under the direction of Mr Dale Canfield. Chaperones who accompanied the boys and girls were Mrs J. F. Sullivan, Mrs Chester Johnson, Mrs Edward Knofier and Mrs Harold Herzog. A large number of Lcdyard people also attended the all day festivities. Mrs Clayton Rosebor entertained the Neighborhood Birthday club on Thursday evening in honor of hef birthday. She received many gifts and the evening was spent visiting. Frances Yahnke of New York is here helping her mother, Mrs Florence Yahnke settle her business interests. She will accompany Frances to New York where she plans to make her home. The second in a series of surprise breakfasts was held in honor of Mrs Ethel Busch at her home on Sept. 24 on her birthday. Those in attendance were Mrs Paul Gelhaus and Randy, Mrs Wihna McKinnon and Nancy, Mrs Geneva Bauman, Gail, Roxy and Jill, Mrs Carl Burrow, Mrs Neva Burrow and Mrs Etta Anderson. Mrs D, B. Mayer entertained the Past Matrons Club of Swea City at her home on Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs John Folkers and family of Waterloo and Mrs Edith Corderman, who'has just-returned from the'New England States where she had spent several months with a daughter and son, visited over the weekend at the Fred Dutton home. Mrs Folkers is Mrs Dutton's sister and Mrs Corderman is their mother. Mr and Mrs William Poppe and family received announcement oJ the marriage of their daughter Murrien to James Haun formerly of Blue Earth on Saturday, Oct. 1 at the Chapel at Enterprise, Ala. They will make their home in Enterprise where the bridegroom is doing construction w o r k. Murrien is a graduate of Ledyard high school and for the past several years has worked in a cafe in Blue Earth. Mr and Mrs William Kopps and family were Sunday dinner guests of Marvel Halvorson. On Thursday evening all of the Ledyard teachers attended the County Council meeting at Algona. ' A feature of the evening was a visit to the new Courthouse. Handicapped Are Available To Work There are seven handicapped persons wanting employment in this area, according to R. E. Strickler, manager of the local office of the Iowa State Employment Service. The announcement was made this week which is National Employ the Physical Handicap Week Oct. 2-8. Three of these are women. Most have minor handicaps it was pointed out and could successfully handle most type of jobs. Anyone interested in employing these handicapped persons should contact Mr Strickler. Wesley Co-Op To Build Elevator Approval was given by stock holders of the Farmers Cooperative Society of Wesley for construction of a new 250,000 bushel grain elevator for the association, at a meeting held last week. It will be of concrete, and silo type- Directors will carry , out the program, which was approved by a 3 to 1 majority. Henry J. Arndorfer is president, Ed Otis is vice president, and Herman J. Bode, secretary. Other directors are Victor Loebig, Lester Larson, George Scaberg, F. M. Rasmussen, Joe A. Skow and Gaylen Vitzthum. Frank Bleieh is manager. Cook's Welders Supply, Supplies 12.97 Northwestern Bell telephone Co., Utility ^--.. ----- ....... -- 14. (7 Vivian Equipment Co., Supplies (pump) ... ------------ --- 139.70 Chicago * North Western Railway Co., Rental ---------- 15.00 Town of Lcdyard, Water Service 7.00 Dens-Oil Lubricant Co., Supplies 165.54 W. F. Smith Tire & Battery Co., Supplies ............. ---- 1362.56 Lynch Oil Company, Supplies .. 74.89 K & H Co-operative Oil Co., Supplies ..... -----------Standard Oil Co., Supplies ---- Greesbdtg Auto Supply, Supplies Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Equipment _______ '- -----------Central Iowa Telephone Co., Phone service -----------Dukehart-Hughes Tractor & Equipment Co., Inc., Equipment .. OT ..,, — T .-.-.-., T , . 105.49 .' 112.20 142.34 335.61, 12.85 IOWA PELICANS Mrs Elbert Clark of Lake Park in Dickinson county, was surprised recently when she saw flocks of pelicans flying in the vicinity. Mrs Clark said they wen, a beautiful sight as they winged around the farm before heading off for parts unknown. UDM Want Ads Fay Dividends Algerians At Land Bank Meeting Officers and directors of the Algona" National Farm Loan Association of Algona attended a regional Federal Land Bank conference at Carroll, Wednesday, Oct. Twenty of the cooperative Na- ional Farm Loan Associations from western Iowa were represented at the meeting. Representing the Algona association were Douglas Wildin, Algona, Lawrence Dittmer, Lone Rock, and John Miller, Burt, directors; and E. H. Hutchins, secretary-treasurer. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF ALGONA RURAL LINE NUMBER 15 A Corporation TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Public notice is hereby given that Algona Rural Line Number 15. a corporation, organized under the provisions of Chapter 491 of the 1054 Code of Iowa, with its principal place of business at Algona. Iowa, by the unanimous action of its stockholders has boon dissolved as of the date ol September, 28, 1955. , John Schnakenbcrg President John Wcbcr Secretary-Treasurer (Puhl'.-hed Oct. K. 13. 20 and 27, 1955, in The Algonn (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) Board Proceedings IJ6.J5 Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies Burroughs Corp., Supplies ---- Cicsco Twp. School Board, Reimbursement ------------Algona Community School District, Reimbursement ------ 1003. Ob Bancroft Register, Board Pro- ,.,_.. cecdmgs ... -------------- 123.05 4.25 4.42 .59 3 Q/ CURRENT /C EARNINGS CASH OR COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY A 38 year Old Algona Institution Assets Now Over '7,500,000. increase family income Invest your funds NOW for our liberal earnings! SKT ASIDE your accumulated cash reserves here . . . where they earn tiro above-average dividends each year. Start today! Save any amount, any time * 41.20 . 7.85 4.00 7.73 10.82 109.93 48.83 81.43 Save in person, or by mail HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Hutzells, Supplies Hutzells, Supplies Hutzells, Supplies _ LuVernc Ind. School District, Reimbursement . ort Dodge Clean Towel Service, Supplies 'itney-Bowcs, Inc., Service rendered __' Rusk, Supplies Marc Moore, Mileage; meals __ Keystone Envelope Co., Supplies .entral Consl. School District, Reimbursement 3urt Community School District, Reimbursement -Portland Twp. School District, Reimbursement - 613.19 Rosella Voigt, County Treasurer, Bounty, Laundry, Express 40.76 Carolyn Steussey, Refund on Cig. Permit -.-- Not Allowed Court Fund C. H. Ostwinkle, 1. P. Fees _. Ralph Lindhorst, Sheriff Fees Donald M. Wood, Deputy sheriff fee 4.50 Jim Bisinins, Deputy sheriff fee, Emmetsburg .._._- 4.5C C. H. Ostwinklc. >. P. Fees ._ 5.00 West Publishing Co., Supplies - 20.OC C H. Ostwinkle, J. P. Fees -- 5.00 C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. Fees 6.00 John Miller, Assisted Constable 6.75 County Treasurer, Juror's Fee - - 8.5C Lmda B. Capsaddle, Mayor Fees 4.00 Stare Institution Fund Donald Wood. Mileage 48.8( C. II Cretjmuycr, Medical tees 7.5C tco J. Cassel, Attorney fees -_ 7.5C R. G. Buchanan, Attorney fees - 10.OC Ralph W. Lindhorst, Sheriff fees 27.6C C. H. Cretimever, Medical Fees 7.bC Leo J. Cassel, Attorney fees _. - 7.51 L E. Lmnan, Attorney tees 10.OC Ralph W. Lindhorst, Sheriff fees 5.40 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Sheriff fees (Mileage) . 52.3 Road Clearing Fund Payroll Fund, Road clearing _- 2910.00 Steward Farm Chemicals, Supplies . - - - 294.84 St.indard Oil Company, Fuel 1743.07 Bangs Disease Fund Cohort Black, Indemnity 150.00 John A.. Carlson. Indemnity 12.50 Clarence- Gingrich, Indemnity _. 62.50 Rus.eil Stuvcr, Indemnity . 12.50 Vt-rnun Burt Indemnity __ 12.50 Robert R. Detrick, Indemnity .. 75.00 Assessor Fund Momoe Calculating Machine Co , In.:, Rental E>.p. .. 21.00 Monroe Calculating Machine Co., Ini.., Rental Eip 24.27 Advance Publishing Co., Pnnt- 1111 _ 13.80 43.70 17.60 2000 2 21 17.20 1169.04 19,50 36.21 1 IV.00 10.00 15.15 120.15 83.93 63.05 15.00 440.92 Fangman Welding Shop, Welding Weisrod Implement Co., Supplies & Labor 9.50 A J. Berens, Supplies 114.00 Anchor Oil Corporation, Supplies 43.00 Petco Alloy Co., Supplies , 9 §'?° Paper Calmcnson & Co., Supplies 432.54 James L. Elsbccker, Supplies _ 66.47 Kossuth County Imp. Co., Labor & Repairs 32.80 Root Hardware, Supplies ^i-iS Quick Supply Co., Supplies 40.50 Algona Block & Tile, Supplies - 18.10 KarelS Bros. A. H. K., Labor -- 36.00 Grace Track Service, Labor & Equipment -. 65.00 Sioux City Iron Co., Supplies .- 17.59 Sctsford Lumber Co., Supplies _ 21.78 Swartz Hardware, Supplies 1.80 <ohlhaas Hardware, Supplies — 16.86 Kent Motor Co., Repairs 31 '°? Bradley Bros., Parts 4.90 United Variety Stores Inc., Supplies 1.18 Funk & Deim, Supplies 2.03 Sowes, Supplies 1.35 Algona Machine Shop, Supplies 2.40 Schultz Bros., Labor & Repairs _ 56.99 Arnold Motor Supply, Supplies . 4.94 Algona Co-operalive Creamery Co., Supplies 1.00 Williams & Taylor Implement Co., Supplies 23.00 Kraus Store, Supplies 2.45 Olsos & Moberg Impl. Co., Supplies 15.5V Phil C. Lichty, Supplies 7.19 West Iowa Telephone Co., Phone Service 2.96 Rick's Cities Service, Repairs -- 7.95 Farmers Co-op. Society, Coal .- 20.24 Elmorc Cement & Tile Co., Supplies 14.47 V/illemsscn Hardware, Supplies $3.77 Hank's Repair Shop, Repairs & Labor 17.94 Wilbur A. Sexton, Labor 8.50 Stomac Motor Express, Freight _ 7,85 Iowa Central Motor Express, Freight 45.20 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., Supplies __, 140.13 Donald- Mitchell, Repairs 10.00 Kent Motor Co., Labor & Repairs - - 1978.33 Mid-West Service Co., Supplies 29.60 Standard Oil Co., Supplies 1410.13 Kossuth Oil Co., Supplies 738.84 Farm Service Co., Supplies 825.18 Algona Implement Co., Supplies 3.93 Thompson Distributing Co., Supplies 78.70 Blanchard Lumber Co., Supplies 81.64 Rctco Alloy Co., Supplies 548.77 All Wheel Drive Co., Supplies _ 5.26 W. C. Brown Supply Co., Supplies 106.25 Conn Bros., Inc., Supplies 59.70 Certified Electric Corp., Supplies 52.22 Herman M. Brown Service Co., Supplies 18.99 Pccaut Industrial Supply Co., Supplies 16.31 H,-,wkeye Machinery Co., Equip- , - ment 3.15 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., Supplies . 109.06 tlmore Cement & Tile Co., Sup- «J plies 12.96 Ready Mix, Supplies 37.46 F S. Norfon & Son, Supplies _. 3.75 Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies _ 10.74 J. H. Merryman, Contractor, Labor i Iquipment 34.90 Farmers Co-op. Society, Supplies 198.57 Concrete Products, Supplies 3049.86 Construction Fund Everds Bros., Project No. 530 . 7200.00 Fabcr Construction Co., Project No. 5 2430.00 Scheidcman Construction Co., Loading & Hauling 502.25 John T. McGuire, Project No. 7 4671.00 Cramer & Bayse Construction : Co., Project No. 1137 (2) ._ 7007.86 Faber Construction Co., Project No. 3, 5 , 812.50 Evcrds Bros., Project No. 1141 (2) _ 6765.37 Everds Bros., Rcsealing 1854.80 oc Johnson, Right-of-Way 100.00 Icrman Studer, Road Meeting 12.52 Drainage Fund red Bcilz, Dr. No. 25 4.00 arman Construction Co., Repairs 1000.00 arman Construction Co., Repairs 1000.00 larman Construction Co., Repairs 1000.00 larman Construction Co., Repairs 1000.00 i Harman Construction Co., Repairs 1000.00 larman Construction Co., Repairs 508.66 Fred Bcitz, Dr. No. 80 68.00 P. Hemphill, Dr. No. 80 -- 135.00 Fred Beitz, Dr. P. A. K. No. 1 Carl GiesWng, H. K. 4-56 Ditsworfh Construction Co., H. K. No. 8 ..... 0. E. White, P. A. K. No. 1 — Schramm Bros., Dr. No. 80 ._ Gcorga Wichtendahl, Dr. No. 9 Wm. Runchey, Dr. No. 9 Francis Kollasch, Dr. No. 7 .. L R. Wilditi, Dr. No. 9 sv. P. Hemphill, Dr. No. 25 .. G D. Hart, Dr. No. 80 G D. Hart, Dr. No. 80 W. M. Hemphill, Dr. No. 132 _. G. D. Hart, Dr. No. 132 G D. Hart, Dr. No. 166 W. M. Hemphill, Dr. No. 166 W. D. Boyken, Dr. No. 3-46 _Wm. Henschen, Or. No. 46-3 _Woodford-Wheeler Lumber Co., Dr. No. 46-3- _J. N. Steil, Dr. No. 46-3 W. D. Boyken, Dr. No. 56-4 . The Britt News-Tribune, Dr. No. 4-56 Secondary Rd. Malnt. Fund, Dr. No. 87-5 "Ihco Doronbush, Dr. No. 35-89 W P. Hemphill, P.A.K. No. 1 G. D. Hart, P.A.K. No. ) Payroll Fund R K. Beck, Probation Officer Dean G. Parrott, Court Recorder Dean G. Parrott, Court Record- 4.48 129.20 235.21 1596.94 3840.00 4,90 21.86 4,90 4.90 5.00 149.38 91.85 3.69 3.75 18.75 16.07 1.83 6.10 2.145 2.90 6.42 3.81 5.14 4.00 15.96 17.49 90.74 66.20 82.75 178.22 183.89 39.82 ear* Dr. C. H. Cretzrn*y*f, Medical eat ......i^i.i Dr. Rob«rt R. Hortdfi, M«*e*l 67.50 9.00 81.00 33.00 31.50 Irvin Ethcrington, Labor E H. Felkamp, Labor D I. Freeh, labor S. D. McDonald, Meeting & Mileage A. M. Kollasch, Meeting 8, Mileage C H. Newel, Meeting & Mileage H S. Scheppmann, Meeting & Mileage _ 357.21 John H. Rode, Meeting & Mileage _ 405.84 Harry Helmke, Labor r """ c Alvm Ewing, Labor Herbert C. Ncllis, Labor Ralph Markla, Labor Clifford Holmes, Labor Hcward O. Esser, Labor I cm Stockwell, Labor _• Urban Neuroth. Labor Marvin Simonsmeicr, Labor George W. Kocklec, Labor Frank Dcim, Labor Wm. F. Schrader, Labor Willard Ohm, Labor Roelf E. Miller, Labor Charles Thompson, Labor Ed Blanchard, Labor jess Halvorson, Labor E C. Ohm, Labor Orville Weiland, Labor E. M. Downs, Labor Clarence Henry Ites, Labor _Ernest Godfredsen, Labor Baade 1 , Labor Bert Shellmyer, Labor Clarence Hentges, Labor Raymond Baade, Labor C E, Zaugg, Labor James Walker, Labor A. J. Kollasch, Labor Charles P. Ternes, Labor Earl L. Paulsen, Labor Julius A.. Rohlf, Labor George Weringa, Labor John Schucler Jr., Labor Clifford Johnson, Labor Henry Zwcifel, Labor aul A. Willey, Labor Harvey F. Mergen, Labor : crdinand Meyer, Labor N'oble L. Crouch,* Labor SV. A. Hodrick, Labor ' Erich Willrett, Labor Edward Rickc, Labor ':i;lvin Modsen, Labor L A. Hackbarth, Labor •V Granzow, Labor L. M. Merritt, Labor Thelma Spurgean, Deputy of Engineer John D. Fraser, Assisted Engineer H. M. Smith, County Engineer . James Hoffman, Labor Richard Tuttle, Labor Vvilliam M. Clawson, Labor Jake Kockler, Labor Donald Fridcres, Labor Richard Reynolds, Labor Daryle Leeper, Labor Harlan Wichtendahl, Labor John Eller, Labor • Ray Keefe, Labor lee Stockwell, Labor Clarence E. Pnebc, County Weed Commissioner Wm. A. Fitzgerald, County Weed Commissioner Tom Tunary, County Weed Commissioner Wm. Rath, County Weed Commissioner Rcinder Krominga, County Weed Commissioner Edw. G. Looft, County Weed Commissioner R. K. Beck. Probation Officer Douglas Wildin, County Weed Commission Bernard Loott," County Weed Commission Poor Fund John Eller, Labor P. V. Jansc, M. D., Medical Care Dr. F. X. Cretzmcyer, Medical Care J. G. Clapsaddle, M. D., Medical care _-. — State University Hospital, Medical care . Dr. John N. Kenctick, Medical care ,Dr. John N. Kenefick, Medical 351.65 366.08 328.75 249.17 259.17 269.17 249.17 247.94 281.34 272.35 206.99 229.17 229.17 259.17 219.17 249.17 229.17 229.17 229.17 239.17 259.17 295.49 265.07 270.27 249.17 239.17 297.72 239.17 270.27 239.17 255.95 245.32 259.17 19.38 259.17 270.27 259.17 259.17 269.17 270.27 239.17 239.17 239.17 270.27 269.17 132.63 238.08 331.96 248.31 2l"7.32 343.65 440.75 181.92 181.92 284.01 136.71 7.70 7.70 5.50 9.45 7.70 5.: 4.1 315.14 141.09 151.26 45.51 117.63 H CMeyer," b.~~, M6*elart Dr. M. G. 6ourn«. Medical cafe J. G. Clapsaddle, M. D., Medi- . . cal care I 3 l-l2 St. Ann's Hospital, MedicaTear* 738.49 Rusk Drug 8. Jewelry, Medical supplies' 82.99 Rusk Drug 8, Jewelry, Medical supplies 23.48 Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical . „, care —* 117.25 Dr. John M. Schutter, Medical .,.*,* care - 100.50 Carlyle C. Moore, M. D., Medj- . cal care 7.00 Charles Miller, Rent 30.00 Penney's, Supplies 100.22 Emrfietsburg Nursing Home, Medical care ----Eftie,Curtis, Care & Keep Emmetsburg Nursing Home, Medical care Hertzke's Grocery', Supplies — la. City Ambulance Service, Medical care Department of Social Welfare, Aid to Dependent Children Department of Social Welfare, Aid to the Blind -. Di. R. K. Richardson, Medical care Dr. Sara E. Sutton, Medical care Palo Alto Memorial Hospital, Medical care *. Dr. John R. Hyde, M. D., Medical care Lutheran Hospital, Medical care Everetts Kelley Jr., Provisions Mrs. Minnie Thaves, Rent Loona Estberg, Labor C W. Lundquist, M. D., Medical care . Frances Schroeder, Medical care Home of the Good Sheperd, Care 8, Keep - 135 -S2 Mrs. Rose Hahle, Rent % 8.00 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities 6.35 Mrs. Delta H. Falvey, Care & Keep 93.17 Honsbruch Drug, Medical supplies 32.95 Park Hospital Clinic, Medical care 65.24 J. S. Devine, Medical care 62.90 J. S. Devine, Medical care 63.85 G. R. Cook, Rent ' --- 25.00 Charles Miller, Rent 30.00 20.00 103.50 20.00 78.00 11.00 1303.62 96.36 11.25 41.90 26.20 15.00 42.50 146.17 15.00 14.25 6.90 86.66 Dr. Johrt N. Kenefick, Medical care j-- Bfflys' 4 Girls' Hofne, Care & Buffalo Center" afn"ief "Medical Holy Fa"mi1y"Ho"sp?tal Medical Holy Farnfiy'Hoipitai, Medical care Albert Monsori, Provisions German Valley Store, Provisions Delia Welter, Rent Kohlhaas Hardware, Supplies .H. D. Meyer, D. O., Medical care --Marvel Immerfall, Mileage _.. Williams 4 Taylor Implement -, C6., Supplies Hutzell's, Supplies Robinson Produce, Supplies — Algona Implement Co v Supplies 15.50 45.00 2.50, 70.75 70.75 3.90 24.00 8.00 12.56 8.00 52.43 1.40 12.10 577.37 21.55 29.96 eild-Bantam Dragline. Ayes: All. Nays: None Motion carried. , . . Motion by A. M. Kollasctt atld seconded by John ff Rod* Witt 1 **fi bs jp- pfoved and Clfiaram Wrtme be flranWd to Paul W. and Deloris Richardson of U|- kota, Iowa and Eatnest Peterson of Petes Supper Club, Algona. Ayes; All. Nays. None. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch ancf second- cd by H, S. Scheppfnann that Cecil W. Evcrly and family be served pamper nojfc ivc. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion ca^ On motion adjournment was taken uh- til August 12, 1955. . S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, County Auditor /Mgona impiemem LU., juKM" 4 -" Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies . Algona Co-operative Creamery „.,.„ Co., Supplfes -- 213.60 B D. Distributors, Provisions - 92.85 Ray's Jack Sprat Store, Provi- _ ',, sions --- ^ 265.77 Dr. John M. Schutter, Medical care '••'•' Dr. "C. H. Cretzmeyer, Medical CflTG —- _» — — — -- — --— 5.00 Cavls pjfnt" Co" Supplies 22.98 Hobarton Co-operative Elevator Co., Oats «, Coal 142.07 1.75 37.06 3.48 12.48 41.80 10.00 25.00 216.77 Bradley Bros., Supplies Kohlhaas Hardware, Supplies -J. C. Penney Co., Inc., Supplies Goecke Lockers, Services Algona Locker Plant, Services C. D. Snyder, M. D., Medical care Dr. A. W. Amunson, Optical Service St glasses Council Oak Stores, Provisions _ On motion adjournment was taken until August 8, 1955. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, County Auditor BOARD MOCItOINGS. REGULAR JUMI SESSION 19SS A.O. TWENTY-NINTH DAY Au«yt» «, 1»SS The Board Of Supervisors of Kossuth County met in regular session pursuant to adjournment. Those present were S. D. McDonald, Chairman in the Chain and members were A. M. Kollasc/i, C. K, Newel, H. S.- Scheppmann and John H. Rode. -Absent: None. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by H. S. Scheppmann that contract be awarded to All Wheel Drive Co. for Sch•1 In Afa nneapo lis po You NEED NEW 4 WAREHOUSE PRICES! RT DooGfe IRON t METAL PHONE 2-29Al FORT DODGE, IOWA ANDREWS ^\ Hotel you'll be glad you did In the very center of the city- near depots, (theaters, wholesale district and all shopping. Air-Conditioned Rooms- Radio— TV available. Dining Room, Coffee Shop, Cocktail Lounge. Garage Service. 35O modern rooms, moderately priced Leslie F. Long, Mgr. * 4th Street at Hennfcpin MINNEAPOLIS Remember To Get Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END • • • At Your Grocer's 44.19 162.72 130.00 50.00 57.00 179.00 466.67 7.25 CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per lOOLbs, Gain" Since 1917 Algona Iowa Ao^dncc 1 Publishing Co., Supplies LPJJCT Dos Moines Publ. Co., PrtntmQ . _ .. , ....... _ . . . .... f;ij Hjff.} T>pe*ntcr Exchange, Rc-pjTi . .......... ________ L J Inunci tail. Mileage _„...._- Bancrot! Register, Printing _____ Payroll, Wages _ .. . ___ . .__ Soldier's Relief Honsbrurh Drug, Medical _____ K. A/. Harrison Co., Flags _____ Liureitsen's Grocery, Provisions _ Cc v\ mq. Wohnkc, Provisions ___ Fanners Co op Society, Wesley, Cojl . ....... Si Ann H.x.pital, Hospital tare Erm.,iem-F lag Company, Grave r/.urk:_>r., ....... _______ ___ Hoi, FamJ, Hospital, Esther\tile. Hospital care - _______ D t Dunn, M. D., Estherville, Mo jical cjre . . ___________ St Joseph Meicv Hospital, Ft. DoJgi.-, Hospital care _-- .Maintenance Fund Algona Municipal Utilities, Utili- N . _ _.,_.. Construction Co., L toiv . Brothels. Proicct No. 313 Bros. & Elmer Dole. notor'i Pil ___ ______ - .Bros., Proiect No. 312 .. nous Material £. Supply Supplies — ---- ..... - . '/..i.-ii., :,'j Lr.lp , JJ|J- 14.07 221 1.94 669.15 1277.25 1641.25 94 00 **• w^^»~*—••—^- ^,-^^t/^mH^^ . -—r. -^ ^^^^^^ Auction Sa f, *•« OF ALGONA HOM at 2 o'clock P.M. Fri., Oct. 14, MINRAL MEAL Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can get first class RESULTS with your hogs on Sargent Mm- ral Meal. Results on corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up to 6 bushels of corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary corn feeding. That cut.- normal corn costs in half. If 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 pork building ingredients. Blends these into a great money-saving hog supplement. Sargent Mmral Meai has vitamins, proteins and minrals plus extra factors. On Minral Meal, hogs just naturally make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Uw Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers of F«njpy« Ssrgenl Feeds" Sale will be held in the Court Room at Algona the In order to settle the Henry B. Mason Estate, sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder the following Algona property: Executor will described The North Sixty-eight (68) feet of Lot Four (4), Block Seventy (70), Original Plat, Algona, Iowa. This home is located 3 blocks South of the Sorensen Grocery or 1 block South of the Congregational Church, Known as 202 East College Street, 3 bedroom house. TERMS: 20'' cgsh on date of sale and balance in cash on December 1, 1955. Abstract and deer title with 1955 taxes paid will be furnished to the purchaser. Possession will be given when full settlement is made. . •Henry B. Mason Estate H. W. Miller, Executor •10-41

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