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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1956
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Wm.FrischOf Rites, Mar. 12 t Frisch, 72, who pass- ital loth, -. «>uv.ii, i u. VVJ ed away at St. Ann hosp *,«£° na i, ?' lturda y. March JUtI1 , were held at the Lindhart funeral home in Humboldt Monday afternoon, March 12th. The Rev -1 6 ! y , Anders °n officiated. Burial took place at Union cemetery west of town. _Mrs Albert Morehouse was pianist and Stanley Nelson soloist. _ Mrs Clarence Wells and Mrs Louise Gronbach were in 'charge of the flowers. Serving as pallbearers were iir n v;.v y R ane y> Clarence Wells, Milton Bergum, Cecil Schrieber and John Hauck. Mr Frisch, the son of William and Louise Frisch, was born in Lewiston, Minn. Mr Frisch came to Iowa when a young man and in 1,917 came to Livermore and worked on the maintenance crew on the 'Rock Island until he retired. He is survived by three brothers, Max of Winona, Minn. Charles of Lake City, Minn., and EmiL of Saginaw, Michigan He was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers. His two brothers of Minnesota attended the funeral services. He never married, Farewell Courtesy Mr and Mrs Ralph Hollinger entertained a group of friends at a farewell party at their farm home Friday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Henry Strunc, who moved this week to Bancroft. High prize 'in 500 for men went to Dick Schultz and for ladies to Mrs Burrell Smith and consolation prize for men to Vernon Fiderlick and for ladies to Mrs Dick Schultz. Refreshments were served to the guests later in the evening. Hostess At Bridge Mrs Francis Murphy entertained the Delta Dek Club members at one-thirty luncheon with Mrs Edna Bowes and Mrs Edith Johnson as guests. High prize went to Mrs Jessamine Miller, second high to "Mrs Joe Sanders, and traveling prize to Mrs J. F. Hamn> Mrs Bowes and Mrs Johnson have invited the club as their guests Nov. 24. The Intermediate Youth Fellowship of the Methodist Church were invited as guests of the Kanawha Youth Fellowship at a skating party at Algona Friday evening, Mar. 2. Those from here who attended were Shirley Stoddard, Donna Holmes, Dorothy Foreman,-Buford Hollinger, Gary Schiltz and Mike Stoddard. Th,e March committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained the guild members in the parish hall Tuesday -afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Francis »m <= an< J Mrs Jnmos Hughes were Sunday-dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Hunt in honor of the birthday of their granddaughter, Ionia Mackintosh, of Scobie, 111., who is teaching in Algona. • • Mrs Wilbur Tilton and infant son Douglas, born at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, are home from the hospital, ." ' Mrs Marvin Marlow and son Merlin brought her mother, Mrs Kate Collins, and her uncle, Frank Riley, home from Lone Rock where they spent - a • week and a half at the Marlow home. Mrs Maude Wilson has been confined to her home' the past week with illness. Her daugh- ; er Violet of Arizona is carihg for her. Mr and Mrs Henry Groh and tarnily were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Groh's parents, Mr and Mrs Phillip Erdman at Belmond". Mr and Mrs John Olson took wr s Maurice Olson to Fort Sills, Jkla., Friday where Mrs Maurice Olson will join her husband, who s stationed there. There was a family gathering at the John Olson home Sunday evening in honor of their 8th wedding anniversary. Those attending w,ere Mrs Jessie' Olson, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Gronbach. Mr and Mrs Guy Raney, and Mr nd Mrs Carle, Olson. The eve- ling was spent in playing cards, Refreshments brought by the guests were served. • -Mr and, Mrs Alvin Berte, Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte and Mr and Mrs Cletus Streit came to the home of their mdther, Mrs Anna Berte to surprise her on her birthday Sunday eve. with a pot luck supper. The evening was spent in playing 500. High prizes went to Mrs Raymond Berte and Cletus Streit. Mrs Berte received a gift from her guests. The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Tommy Davis was baptized Sunday morning at Sacred Heart Church by Father P. M. Sturm. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Bill Davis of Fort Dodge. She was named Debra Ann. Mr and Mrs-Tommy Carman and family of Renwick were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill. Mr and Mrs R. A. Hogan and family of Whitternor,e were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Alvin Lenertz home. Algona (fa,) Upper Des M6tnes-3E nRl 1 ccrls , official Report of ? '- glnvays " nd Rogds Tuesday, 27, IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Murphy, chairman, Those assisting the Mrs Julius Becker, with refreshments and entertainment were Mrs William Erpelding, Mrs Alvin Lenertz, Mrs Richard Fullerton, Mrs Dorothy Malkmus, Mrs George Davis and Mrs Nick Klein. Prizes in 500 went to Mrs Ed Miller and Mrs Richard McKenna. The Lions Club held their meeting in the dining room at the school house Monday evening. The seven o'clock dinner , was served by Mrs Cecil Smith and Mrs Howard Barton. Mrs Herman Gronbach entertained the Pinochle Club members at her home Tuesday afternoon. High prize for pinochle went to Mrs Ernest Haack. Mrs Louis Seward and Mrs Donald Collins were hostesses to the Lutheran ladies aid at the church dining room Wednesday afternoon. The devotion and lesson were given by the Rev. Luther Loetsch of Algona. Mrs Bert Schwendemann, Mrs Kenneth Layton, Mrs Ernest Raney, Mrs John Zeimet and Mrs Richard Fullerton went to the home of Mrs Elmer Schrieber Wednesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday.' Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch and Mr and Mrs Dwain Riley of Algona; Mr and Mrs William Goetsch and Arlie Goetsch of Lu- Verne went to the home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith Wednesday evening to help Mrs Smith celebrated her birthday. Mr and Mrs John Satern attended the funeral services of his brother, George Satern, at the Trinity Lutheran church in Ottosen Monday afternoon, Feb. 27. He passed away at the Memorial Hospital in Emmetsburg, Feb. 24. Mrs T. B. Thornton of Milwaukee,' Wis. and her sister-in-law, Mrs A. L..Thornton, Pocahontas, visited Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Edith Johnson. They were enroute to their home in Milwaukee, Wis., from Los Angeles. The Contract Club members were entertained at a one-thirty dessert luncheon Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs J. F Hamm. Mr and Mrs Howard Barton and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Laurence Ruhnke home in honor of the birthdays of Patricia Ruhnke and Ronda Bar°Mr and Mrs Dale Me Kibb'on of Thor visited Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Koy Gales. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady were Monday evening visitors at the Martin Thoden home. Mr and Mrs Irvin Olson of Bode were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs'Carl Underberg. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mrs Emma Hurlburt spent Wednesday afternoon at the Ralph Hammerstrom home. Sunday for dinner Mrs Hurlburt and girls, Merwin and Donna Zumach, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan were guests at the Junior Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghaus and family spent Sunday afternoon at the parental Emanuel Ostrurn home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Melyin Kueck and Cynthia of Des Moines spent over the weekend at the Henry Kueck home. Friday they attended the wedding of her sister at Fairmont. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck attended a birthday party for Elsworth Heidenwith at Whittemore. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Don Miller, Thomas and Gloria of LuVerne spent the evening at the Kueck home. , Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow and family and Mrs Anna Marlow spent the weekend at Manchester, la. and Independence, la. Mrs Mary Schiltz of Bancroft returned home with them after a week's visit at the Edmond Walsh home at Independence. Diane Hovey, student nurse at Deaconess Hospital at Marshalltown, spent the weekend with ber parents, the Arden Hovey's. Sunday they were dinner guests at the Clarence Hovey home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig entertained a pinochle party Sunday evening. Prizes went to Roy Bierle for high and George Kis- snev low. Mrs George Kissner won high and Mrs Roy Bierle low. Sam McCleish won travel. Mr and Mrs Emil Person spent Friday afternoon at the Floyd Duncan home at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Art Zumach spent Sunday afternoon at the Louise Lieb home. Janet Krueger was a supper guest Saturday evening at the Jack Quhin home. Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mrs W. J. Flaig visited Mrs Marie Krause at the Forrest Rouse home at Ayrshire. Mrs Krause just celebrated her 91st birthday and has been spending the winter with her daughter and family. In April she will go to Corwith to visit her other daughter, Mrs Rose Meyer. Mrs Krause sends greetings to all her Lone Rock friends. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich returned home Saturday evening after vacationing at Houston, Texas with their son and family, Mr and Mrs Bernard Genrich arid another son, Mr and Mrs Maynard Genrich at Carthage, Mo. Their daughter and family, Mrs Daryl Hansen, Kert and Katherine also accompanied them. The Gen- riches also stopped at Iowa City and visited Mr and Mrs Aft Jorgenson for two days and at Cedar Falls they visited Mrs Lora Mantor and in Humboldt they visited at the Gerald Lelminger home. They were gone three weeks. NOTICE or WCOHPOBATION BEE ZEE TRANSPORT COMPANY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned have formed a corporation under the provisions of Chapter 41)1 of the 1954 Code ,of Iowa. The name of the corporation is "Bee Zee Transport Company" and its principal place of business shall be at Lone Rock, Iowa. The general nature of the business shall be as follows: To carry on a general trucking and transport business, and to that end to purchase, own," lease, deal In and dispose of trucks and motor transports and other vehicles • and kindred appliances, and in .Connection therewith to carry ort the business of storage, warehouse and forwarding, and the doing of each and every act or acts, thing or things Incident to or growing out of said business, Including the owning, leasing, holding, erecting and maintaining of warehouses, garages and other buildings and real estate of whatever kind and nature incidental to or necessary in conjunction with said business, tmd to transact nnd carry on any other business not prohibited by law. The amount of authorized capital stock Is Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), to be paid either in cash or n property approved by the Executive Council of} the State of Iowa. The corporatlbn shall commence business immediately upon the execution of these Articles and issuance of its Charter, and Us existence shall be perpetual. The corporation shall be managed by a-board of directors. Consisting of not less than three (3) noY more than seven (7) directors, to be elected at tile annual meeting on the last Friday of January of each year, and the officers shall be a President, Vice- President and Secretary-Treasurer. Until the "first annual meeting in 1957 the following shall be officers: John K. Zalaznik, Algona, Iowa — President. Bahne K. Bahnson, Hurt, Iowa — Vice-Presldent. L. E. Linnan, Algona, Iowa — Secretary-Treasurer. And the following shall be directors: John K. Zalaznik, Algona, Iowa. V. M. Zalaznik, Algona, Iowa. Bahne K. Bahnson, Burt, Iowa. M. A. Bahnson, Burt, Iowa. L. E. Linnan, Algona, Iowa. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the corporation. The Articles may be amended at any annual meeting or special meeting so called for that purpose. Dated at Algona, Iowa this 30th day of January, A.D., 1956. John K. Zalaznik Virginia M. Zalaznik Bahne K. Bahnson M. H. Bahnson Incorporators (Published in the Algona (Iowa). Upper Des Moines, March 20, March 27. April 3, and.April 10, 1956). the Bridges be" approved." AYES'- All, NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by C, H. Newel and seconded by Jens Sorenson that Lewis Marshall be given a refund on Soldier's \Exeinp- tion that was missed in the amount of $4.34. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. > Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that Clarence W. Miller, who was assessed in Sentral Ind. Greenwood, should have been assessed in Greenwood Twp. and that he,be given a refund in the tamount of S15.71. AYES; : A)1. Motion carried. NAYS: None. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that taxes be suspended on Lot 19 Block 3 or Original Plat of Ledyard in the name of Samuel and Mlna Welfare. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by Jens Sorenson that appointment of Clarence Prlebe as County Weed Commissioner for the year 1956 be approved nnd that his salary be the same as last years. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jolin H. Rode that a Bond In the amount of $5,000.00 be approved for Mr. Richards O'Green, Treasurer of Kossuth County Agriculture Extension Couricll. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. 'Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by Jens M. Sorenson that the roport'of the County Agriculture Education Fund be Approved. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by Jens M. Sorenson and seconded by C. H. Newel that the election of officers and Twp. members of the County Agriculture Extension Council be approved. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that the Report for the year 1954 of Charles H. Ostwlnklc, Justice of the Peace be tabled. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by Jens Sorenson that Improvement of Instruction Fund Expenditures by the County' Superintendent and filed with 'the County Auditor be approved. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by Henry H. Scheppmann, Chairman of the Board, thrft bids received on trucks to be purchased by the County be opened for the following biddefc: LEY MOTOR CO., Lakotn; J. E. UKENA, Lakota; KOSSUTH MOTOR CO., Algona; CARPENTER & SON, Ledyard; PERCIVAL MOTORS, Algona; GABBY MOTORS, Swea City; and KENT MOTORS, Algona. Verl Smith, Trustee Meeting _- 4.nrt , _Chris Dahl, Clerks TrusteS Meeting .......... ........ .'_ R. B. Bornlnghnus, Trustee Meeting H. W. Harms. Trustee Meeting Michael Heiderscheldt, Trustee Meeting , Clalr L. Reding, Trustee Meet. Ing _ J. W..Goetz, Trustee Meeting . George Yanser, Trustee Mcet- y Ing Ralph Tjaden, Trustee Meeting Theron Hansen, Trustee Meeting . Glenn Larsen, Trustee Meeting W. J. Stewart, Trustee Meeting F. E. Teeter, Trustee Meeting Lloyd H. Bartlett, Clerk, Trustee Meeting L 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 Orville Brandt, Trustee Meeting 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 400 Virgil Loucks, Trustee' Meeting '4.00 Frank Rotterman, Trustee Meet- Ing ---------- .... ............ 4.00 Carleton Lyons, Trustee Meeting ---- .' _________ . ___________ 4.00 Inna F. Grelner, Local Registrar ..... . ..... ___________ __ 40.75 Tracy Office Equip. Co., • Equipment ________ _ ______ ... 17.50 Allen K. Buchanan, Meetings _ 36.00 Lucille Zerfass, Meetings ..... 24.00 Hutzell's, Supplies ............ 1.75 North Central Public Service . Co., Gas ________ ...... ______ 358.49 Harris Janitor Supply, Sup- .3 plies ..... . ...... _____ . ..... .. 3.95 Sanitary Supply. Supplies ____ 29.27 Hlllyard Sales Co., Supplies .. 30.49 Kohlhnas Hardware, Supplies or Materials ____ ............ 12.37 Clean Towel Service, Servicing 21.!)0 Nortli West Bell, Telephone Service ........ _____ . ________ 282.71 Advance Publishing Coi, Vouchers ..... .1 ____ __._ ...... _____ ' 77.60 Upper Des Moines, Supplies .. 11.00 Panama Carbon Co., Supplies 2.08 Kliplo Loose Leaf, Supplies ._ 13.28 Koch Brothers, Supplies ..... . 12.77 Pitney-Bowcs Inc., Supplies „ 8.41 Hut?.ell's, Supplies ._ ........ .'. 1.00 Cownn Bldg. Supply, Materials ----------------- ..... ____ 2.21 International Business Machines Corp., Supplies ________ 10.00 International Business Machines. Electric Typewriter ____ 434.00 Koch Brothers, Special Books & Cabinets ............... ... 244.37 M.itt Parrott & Sons, Supplies & Files .... JT ______ .. ........ 664.43 Botsford Lumber Co., Materials 8.70 PHncy-Bowes, Inc.,' Machines Serviced C A. M. Kollasch, Merchandise ._ C. S. Blossom, Bonds Stomac Motor Express, Special Receipts Motion by Jens Sorenson artd sec- 1 Cupples-Hesse Corp., Freight LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Algona, Iowa, has received from Victor Fisher and Florence M. Fisher, husband and wife, Algona, Iowa, a proposal to buy from the city the following described real estate, to-wit: That part of Ackley Street heretofore vacated as a street lying between the South line of East Elm Street and the East-West line running through Blocks 161 and 162, Call's Addition to Algona, extended across said Ackley Street, it being that portion of Ackley Street lying between Lot 4, Block 162 and Lot 1, Block 161, Call's Addition to Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa for the sum of. $225.00 plus costs of proceedings necessary in connection with said sale including publication of legal notices and that said proposal will be acted upon 'by the City Coun. ell at the Council meeting to be held 7:30 p.m., April 11, 1956, in the Council Chambers of the City Hall Algona, Iowa. This notice is given • pursuant to 1954 Code Section 368.39. Dated this 17th day of March, A.D. 1956. / . CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA By Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor (Published March 20 and 27, 1956, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines.) NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is; hereby given to the qualified voters of the Sentral Community School District, in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, that a special school election has been called and ordered to be held In and for said School District on the 4th day of April, 1956, whereat there wUl be submitted to the voters of said Sentral Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, towit: "Shall the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $450,000.00 for the purpose of carrying out a school building program consisting of erecting a new secondary school building, procuring a site therefor in the Northeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE V t ) of Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-seven 197) North Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th.P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, and procuring and iipprov- ing adjoining land as a site for an athletic field in and for said School District?" The polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P. M. of said day and for said election the whole of said, Community School District has been consolidated into and Will constitute one voting precinct and the polling place therefore will be at the school building in the Town of Lone Rock, Kossuth County, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 296, Code of Iowa, 1954, and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures in accordance therewith and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 27th day of February, 1956. Dated at Fenton, Iowa, this 27th day of February, A.D., 1956. Donna J. Swanspn Secretary, Board of Directors (Published March a, 13, 20 and 27, 1956, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) ighway L with BOARD PROCEEDINGS Regular January Session 1956 A. D. FIFTH DAY February 1, 1958 The Board of Supervisors met in regular session pursuant to adjournment. Those present were H. S. Suhepp- mann, Chairman in the Chair and members Charles Newel, A. M. Kollasch, John H. Rode, and Jens M. Sorenson. ABSENT: None. RESOLUTION Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa on this 1st day of February 1956, recommend that the following projects be approved by the State Hi ' Commission ' for improvement Farm to Market Road Funds: Item No. 1 from the Southwest corner of section 29-100-29, East seven miles: thence South 1.5 miles, thence East 619 feet. (Asphaltic Concrete Surfacing.) Item No. 2 from Southwest corner of Section 7-100-27, East 5.81 Miles to Southeast Corner of Section 12-100-27. (Asphaltic Concrete Surfacing.) Item No. 3 from .the South quarter of section 12-19-29 East 4.43 Miles to Southeast corner of Section 10-98-28. (Asphaltic Concrete Surfacing.) ..Wtlon madJB 4pd seconded: AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. ' Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that the C 9 unty onded by John H. Rode that bids fo. three trucks with v-eight Motors be awarded to the Kent Motor Company fo:- $5,875.00. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by Jens M. Sorenson that Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co. be awarded a contract for a dozer shovel in the amount of $8,200.00 AYES: All. NAYS: None. Mo lion carried . Motion by Jens M. Sorenson and seconded by C. H. Newel that Bids for Desks for the County Superintendent's office be opened and the bid of the Foster Furniture Co. of Algona be accepted for two desks in the. amount of $259.00 delivered and set up. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode that Melvln Krumm be appointed as a member of the Soldier Relief Board effective, at once. AYES: All. NAYS: None. Mption carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode that the payment df 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 Payroll Fund, County Payroll .$5,847.02 Payroll Fund, County Payroll - 2,368.57 W. W. Sullivan, Postage :...i. 25.00 W. W. Sullivan, Postage 10.00 W. W. Sullivan, Postage 40.00 Nprth Central Public Service Co.,^Gas 336.49 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities 162.12 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities : 22.12 North Central Public Service Co., Gas 78.44 H. V. Long, Postage Meter 500.00 Payroll Fund, County Payroll- 5,648.19 Allen K. Buchanan, Collection of Delinquent taxes 122.33 Ralph Llndhorst, Boarding & Lodging of Prisoners i-_. 9.00 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Mileage _ 134.04 Donald M. Wood, Mileage 12.96 Donald M. Wood, Mileage 6.50 Advance Publishing Co., Supplies 1.00 Hutzell's, Supplies - 11.13 Long's Studio. Films Developed^ 1.94 Joyce Hayden, Mileage 53.18 Joyce Hayden, Mileage 3.00 United Variety Stores, Inc.. Supplies _ .. 3.GO Rusk Drug & Jewelry, Supplies 1.38 Fareway Stores, Inc.. Food 5.03 Pratt Electric Co., Materials & Labor ._ _ 24.05 Botsford Lumber Co., . Constructing enclosed porch 571.84 Daniel L. Bray, M. D., Acting Coroner 12.40 Edward Looft, Trustee Meeting 4.00 G. W. Kelling, Trustee Meeting • 4.00 Jerry Hectland, Sec., Trustee Meeting • 4.UO J. P. Peterson, Trustee Meeting • 2.00 3.00 12.00 18.00 7.97 3.10 7.35 Bancroft Register, Bar Dockets 40.00 Armeo Drainage & Metal Products Inc., Pipes, couplers, Bands .......... ________ '2,065.30 John Gcerdes Implements * Gar- age, Parts & a Homclitc Saw 399.95 Farmer's Coop Society, Materials ' Standard Bearings, Supplies .. Standard Oil Co., Lubricants __ Standard Oil Co., Oil Lynch Oil Co., Oil . Fort Dodge Paper Co., Paper Towels, soap, etc. Linde Implement Co., Parts __ Electrical Service & Sales Co.,' Diesel Paks Treasurer's Office, Freight Ernie Williams, Parts Koch Brothers, 'Materials Farmer's Elevator Co., Coal ___ K & H. Coop, Gas : Root Hdwe., Materials Algona Impl. Co., Repairs & Parts ._ Kohlhaas Hdwe., Materials Beed Hdwe., Materials .._ Phil C. Lichty, Tools & Parts ._ M. E. Jones & Sort, Supplies .. Taylor Implement, Parts German Valley Store, Part ... George's Body Shop. Labor & Parts ... . K. & H. Coop Oil Co., Oil Peterson & Jansick Chevrolet Co.,-Parts J. R. Schut|er, Parts Titonka Implement Co., Inc., Parts Cock's Welders Supply, Accty- ' 40.90 171.02 48.90 70.63 61.20 45.20 14.18 83.95 8.06 67.57 77.25 40.20 46.88 25.77 51.30 7.59 46.11 10.58 14.27 10.82 G. P. Hart, Dr. 1M Kossuth County M.lint. Fund, Dr. EK 4 -Ben Aukcs, Dr. No. 46-3 .. . Miller Engineering Co., H K It. . D. 0. No. 1. Kossuth County Maint. Fund, H K 2 O. E. White, P A K No. I .. W P. Hemphill, P A K No. I G. D. Hart, 1 P A K No. I '.. . J. G. Nordreth, Dr. P A K No. Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. P A K No. 1 Rolph H, Wallace, Dr. W K 35-89 Kossuth County Maint. Fund Dr. W K 35-89 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. W K 68-136 ., Advance Publishing Co., Tri 131 Miller Engineering Co., H K H Jt. D. D. No. 100 Payroll Fund Jacqueline Laing, Assisting Auditor ' I__ . Bcrnice C. "Heller, Assisting .96 I Gonovievc Lumlell, Assisting Recorder ______________ 125.39 26.05 38.78 12.39 6.30 82.64 lene & Parts Bovken's D-X Service, Part .. 2.00 John Geerdes, Parts & Homelito Saw _ !. 235.SO Carl, Siesking, Clay Pit 200.00 la. Machinery & Supply Co., • Parrs _,_ 1.22 All Wheel Drive Co., Rear Wheel spacer kit & Parts 345.02 ibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Equipment 78.86 Cowan & Cowan Co., Wood .. 5,400.04 The Thomas Co., Power Drums 127.58 Vivian Equipment Co., Parts __ | 1.60 Herman M. Brown Service Co., Parts _.. 22.09 W. F. Smith 'Tire & Battery Co.. Tubes & Tires 300.83 Kent Motor Co., Repairs i, Parts 121.91 Courthouio Building Fund Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Equipment, Installation _ 1,770.00 Construction Fund Charges Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Materials and Supplies . . Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Supplies r County Treasurer, Bounfty, etc. 37.00 15.55 34.38 25.00 Ralph W. Llndhorst, Bo Payroll Fund, County Payroll 2,294.46 COURT FUND 812.SO 286.18 732.50 Payroll Fund, Court Payroll .. Payroll Fund, Court Payroll .Payroll Fund, Court Payroll __ H. C. Wesley, Juror's Fees C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. Fees• ... C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. Fees --Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor's Fees C. H. Ostwinkle, J. P. Fees STATE INSTITUTION 90.00 4.00 4.00 G.OO 10.55 C. H. Cretzmeyer, Examining Physician Leo J. Cassel, Attorney Gaylord D. Shumway, Attorney C. H. Cretzmeyer, Examining Physician Leo J. Cassel, Attorney Joe E. Lynch, Sr., Attorney .. Dr. Dan L. Bray, Witness Fees C. H. Cretzmeyer, Examining Physician __ Leo J. Cassel. Attorney Gordon L. Winkcl, Attorney „ 7.50 7.50 10.00 7.50 7.50 10.00 5.14 7.50 7.50 . .. 10.00 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Officer's. Fees 3.36 ROAD CLEARING FUND Payroll Fund, Road Clearing . 2,288.00 BANG'S DISEASE FUND Dr. N. F. Chapman, Inspection 9.00 Dr. James K. Hill. Inspection . 33.00 Dr. A. W. R. Lichter, Inspection ._ 65.50 Dr. J. A. Sanftner, Inspection . 18.00 Dr. N. F. Chapman, Inspection 11.50' Dr. E. J. Capesius, Inspection _ T.50 Assessor Fund 'ay[pll, Assessor's Payroll 1,494.51 Immerfall, Mileage 15.00 3 ayrpl _. iJ, uniiit;! mil. miicciye .... Advance Publishing Co,, Sup- 'plles .J....L--<och Brothers, Supplies Jcnkins-Fergemann Co., Supplies Hutzell's, Supplies Harvey Larsen, Trustee Meeting __ Lloyd Thorson, Trustee Meeting Arne Ostergaard, Clerk, Trustee Meeting E. E. Hanna, Trustee Meeting Ralph Bierstcdt, Trustee Meeting _ E. R. Woltz, Clerk, Trustee Meeting _ Thomas Berg, Trustee Meeting Ira Nauman, Trustee Meeting ._ Elmer Schaefer, Trustee Meeting Win. Oldenburg, Clerk, Trustee Meeting George Borniann, Trustee Meeting Peter Kayser, Trustee Meeting Wayne Smith, Trustee Meeting Anton Becker, Clerk, Trustee Meeting Elmer Bell, Trustee Meeting _ Mike Mergen, Trustee Meeting Paul Ludwig. Trustee Meeting Charles Bormann, Clerk, Trustee Meeting Ted De Boer, Jr., Board Program Meeting L. G. Huber, Board Program Meeting NicK Gengler, Clerk, Trustee Meeting Arthur Rusch, Trustee Meeting Lawrence Kirsch, Trustee Meet- in, 2.00 2.00 2.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 •20.91; 166.13 36.65 20.43 25.00 3.50 26.00 2.50 5.00 43.10 40.42 51.21 12.29 9.90 63.70 11.40 20.00 44.23 15.00 16.60 20.00 11.82 17.51 ing C. W. Elbcrt, Trustee Meeting Harm H. Huisinga, Trustee Meeting , __ Jerry Boekelman, Trustee Meeting ___ j._ ._. Henry Sleeker, Jr., Trustee Meeting John R. Sleper, Trustee Meeting _ John Weber, Trustee Meeting - 4.00 M. M. Bormann, Trustee Meet- Ing W. H. Raney, Trustee Meeting Bernard Capesius, Trustee Meeting _ E. P. Hansen. Road Program Meeting .___ Clarence Sclmljer, Road Program Meeting Earl Chambers, Trustee Meeting __ Edward G. Hof, Trustee Meeting Elmer'Kubly, Trustee Meeting W. A. Marty, Clerk, Trustee Meeting Harry Sabin, Trustee Meeting Jerome Eisenbarth, Trustee Meeting __ A. L. Smith, Trustee Meeting John P. Simon, Clerk, Trustee Meeting Edward Pergande, Trustee Meeting L. W. Johnson, Trustee Meeting Alvin Weber, Trustee Meeting Carl E. Swanson. Trustee Meeting Floyd Gardner, Trustee Meeting Quintin Meetin, Fred W H.'I 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4,00 Looft, Trustee Meeting -, 4.00 BJustrom, Trustee ng ... . Plumb, Trustee Meet- Kenneth Strayef,"clerk7 Trustee Meeting O. R. Patterson. Trustee Meet- v\onroe Calculating Machine Co., Maintenance on Machine _Markel Appraisal Chart Co., Charts Ed Hoffa Type Exchange, Adjust 8. Clean Typewriter Swca City Herald, Subscription National Used Car Marker Report, Inc., Farm Implement Book Library Fund Ginn's- Chain of Books, Books . D. C. Heath & Co., Books John C. Winston Co., Books -World Book Co., Books Soldiers Relief Fund Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfe. Soldiers Relief (Transportation) St. Ann's Hospital, Medical Care Applequisf Food Market, Food _ Egsdahl Depr. Store, Food ... Lamperf Yards, Coal Council Oak Stores, Food Viking Oil Co., Fuel Mrs. Lois Johnson, Medical care Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities North Central Public Service Company, Gas Maintenance Fund Payroll Fund, Maintenance Payroll 10,754.95 Payroll Fund, Maintenance Payroll 13,848.69 Nemmers Hdwe., Materials 22.19 Central la. Tele. Co., Telephone Service -» 17.30 North Central Public Service Co., Gas - 122.51 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities 34.83 Kossuth County Treasurer, Highway assessments—Drainage _ 4,482.93 City of Algona, Permit for building 4.00 James H. Merryman, Use of Equipment 715.50 Titonka Telephone Co., Telephone Service - 15.50 Town of West Bend, Electricity 7.70 Bituminous Materials Co., Materials 234.79 Mid West Service Co., Fuel .. 72.60 Donald A. Potter, Gas 758.62 Thompson Yards/ Coal 42.02 Ainold Motor Supply, Supplies 37.70 N. W. Bell Co., Telephone Service ___ 39.30 Stomac Motor Express, Materials 31.65 Ready Mix Concrete & Lumber Co., Materials (Concrete, Lumber, Sand) 871.34 la. Electric Light & Power Co., Electricity , 50.00 Treasurer of Emmet County, Moneys & Credits Tax 336.64 Algona Machine Shop, Materials . 34.23 Don's Service Co., Fuel N W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service Payroll Fund, Construction Pay- rol) John T. McGuiro Co., Proi. No. 1 & No. 6 James H. Merryman, Use of Equipment P. M. Christensen, Meeting & Mileage Mike Mergen, Meeting & Mile- Orville Brandt, Meeting & Mile- Arthur Rusch, Meeting i Mileage Andrew A. Fangman, Meeting & Mileage . E. E. Hanna, Meeting 8. Mllo- agc Ted De Boer Jr., Meeting & Mileage Jerry Boekelman, Meeting & Mileage . ' 0 R. Patterson, Meeting & Mileage Floyd R. Gardner, Meeting & Mileage 1 Glenn H. Larsen,- Meeting & Mileage , J. W. Goetz, Meeting & age Mile- Glenn Gabriolson, .Meeting & Mileage : George Bormann, Meeting & Mileage Elmer Kubby, Meeting 8, Mileage Herman Sruder, Meeting & Mileage Allan I. Smith, Meeting & Mileage . W, H. Raney, Meeting & Mileage , Edw. Looft, Meeting 8. Mileage Elmer Schaefer, Mooting & Mile. age _. Lloyd W. Thorson, Meeting 81 Mileage -ars Skaar, Meeting & Mileage S. A. Butcher, Meeting 81 Mileage Selmer E. Uhr, Meeting 8. Mileage Alfred Melz, Meeting & Mileage L. W. Johnson, Meeting 81 Mileage John T. McGuire Co., Pro]. No. I & No. 6 & No. 7 John T. McGuire, Pro). No. 77 1,507.80 5,050.99 482.00 12.52 11.40 12.31 11.68 ,12.94 11.54 12.52 13.50 13.50 10.35 12.24 11.96 11.12 , 11.40 13.50 12.10 10.42 10.84 15.25 1'5.60 15.18 14.20 15.04 14.20 .15.04" 11.12 5,182.03 ______________ Gcnevieve Lunclell, Assisting Recorder _ .. R. H. Beck, Labor _. ....... II Janice Funk, Assisting Auditor Dean G. Parrott, Court Reporter ________________ ___ Florence Bagby, Labor ..... ____ Sylvester Roy, Labor ___ ______ Fiva Leetta Roy, Labor ______ Ezr.-i Blanchard, Labor ____ ..... Mrs. Mary G. Fraser, Labor .. Harriotte L. Peterson, Assists Sheriff ....... . R. K. Beck, Probation Officer . H. S. Scheppmann, Meetings 8^ Mileage ______ . _________ Jens M. Sorensen, Meetings & Mileage John H.' Rode, Meetings &" Mileage C. H. Newel, Meetings & Mileage & Proj. No. 79 & No. 1137 8, No. 1139 ..... --------- 7,639.73 John T. McGuire, Final Proj. 2 & 8 ------------ ........ 555.09 iverds Bros. & Elmer Dole, Stockpiling Gisch Pit — Final ____ 1,097.35 A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & Mileage _. Dick Baado, Labor ..IIIIIII. Raymond Baade, Labor Ed Blanchard, Labor E. M. Downs, Labor John Eller, labor Howard O. Esser, labor Alvin Ewing. labor . Donald Frideres. labor . Ernest Godfrcdsen, labor Arnold Hnlnzlngcr, labor Jess Halverson, labor Edward Hammond, labor Harry Hclmke, labor Harry Helmkc, labor Clifford Holmes, labor Ray Keofe, labor . George W. Kocklcr, labor A. J. Kollasch. labor Ralph Markla. labor Ferdinand Meyer, labor Roelf E. Miller, labor Herbert C. Ncllis, labor Urban Neuroth, labor 70.00 77.79 4.58 20.44 98'.79 *357.33 13.76 105.76 2.80 125.07 291.26 3.20 16.03 3.00 225.53 135.54 176.73 79.60 10.00 94.42 24.00 99.30 115.42 86.10 124.75 35.08 26.72 108.82 84.80 358.19 304.23 387.05 363.67 419.77 230.19 240.19 226.09 259.17 1D7.90 244.86 200.57 261.2.1 231.211 220.19 252 M 200.00 131.3(1 240.19 210.CO 220.0!) 249.75 267.68 236.09 252.90 250.19 270,27 E. C. Ohm, labor 230.19 Wlllard Ohm. labor __ 226.00 Earl L. Paulson, labor _ 244.D!) Edward Rickc, labor . . 209 17 Hoy A. Rohlln, labor S3 90 William F. Sehrader, labor 250.19 Bert SrK'llmcyor, labor 230.19 John Schueler, Jr., labor 201.29 Lem Stockwell, labor 208 90 Charles Thompson, labor 226.09 James Walker, labor 248 17 Orville Wclland, labor „.' 259.17 George Wcringa, labor 2S0.19 Harlan Wichtendahl. labor 305.27 Paul A. Wllley, labor 200.19 , C. E. Znugg, labor 2612!) Clarence Prlebe, labor 5H.71 Richard Reynolds, labor 248.09 II. M. Smith, engineer 440.75 John D, Fraser, asst. engineer 343.65 Thelma Spurgeon, asst. eng. 217.32 Noble L. Crouch, labor 239.17 W. A. Hcdrlck, labor 239.17 Clarence Hcntges, labor Clifford Johnson, labor Harvey F. Mergen. labor • Louis Scheppmann, labor ._*. Erich Wlllrett. labor Henry Zwcifel. labor POOR FUND C. L. Egcsdal. food .- Sjogrcn's Grocery, food Mrs. James Dlxon, food Hood's Super Value, food Nick Genglqr, food Boone Super Value,, food Council Oak Grocery, food 240.19 250.1!) 261.29 200.17 261.29 250.13 32.00 135.00 36.00 55.00 61.13 24.00 10.00 17.87 39.01 100.00 mpfllolnc - 2-15.lit John T. Thuente. medicine 25R.12 Koch Bros., supplies _-. .... 6.112 G. R. Cullcn. supplies . ll.fifl Council Oak Market, food .„ 75.00 East End Grocery, food ....! 50.00 L. A. Bascom, med. care ... 1125 S. Bnnvnstone, M.D., med 30.00 21.00 111.55 13.21 25.00 10.00 F. X. Cretzmeyer, med. care Honsbmch Drug, medicine Donald J. Welp, medicine L. J. O'Brien. M.D., medicine R. 11. Thompson, medicine ... W. A. Drumrnnnd. Clinic Mnn- nger, mcdiral wire- 382.72 John J. Lpslak. M.D.. medical care :... 121.50 M. G. Bourne. M.D., medical care 8.1.00 Hugh S. Ciclger. Jr., M.D., medical carp _ 39.85 Hugh S. Gflgcr, Jr., M.D.. mndlral carp ._ 95.00 R. R. llorton. M.D., mod. care 122.25 John M. Schuttcr, M.D.. medical care .._ - 105.117 St. Ann Hospital, med. care 351.411 Dr. R. K. Richardson, medical care 6S.2S H. 'D. Meyer, D.O., medical care --- 128.50 Payroll Fund, poor payroll 1,155.84 Ctt'Sco Light & Power Co., electricity '. 140.27 N.W. Bell Telephone Co., telephone service 19.00 Payroll Fund, poor payroll 1,271.8!! Ho'barton Coop Elevator Co.. coal 76.55 Kohlhans Hdwe.. supplies 12.90 J. E. Ukcna Co., supplies ... B.«!l Gambles, parts .- 3.09 I. C. Penney Co., clothing ... 103.011 N.W. Bell Telephone Co.. telephone service 17.85 C. H. Cretzmeyer, M.D., me'di- cal care 5.00 P. V. Jansc, M. D., medical care - 57.00 Rusk Drug, drugs - 15.94 Curtis & Smousc, furniture 87.88 Foster Furniture Co.. furniture 60.00 G. F. Towne, labor 22.04 Pratt Electi'lc Co., labor and repairs 32.60 Ernie Williams, parts 6.00 Ray's Jack Sprat, food ...4 188.39 Algona Co-op Creamery, butter and milk •_ 189.62 Leslie Southard, bread -- - 95.95 L. S. Muckey, plumbing 15.55 Marvel Immcrfqjl, mileage 64.40 ,1. C. Penney CO., clothing 5.19 Algona Flour & Feed Co.. salt 2.00 Robinson Produce & Feed, feed 118.50 Richard N. Burt. feed 49.80 Minnie Thaves, rent 15.00 Ada Flowers, care - 45.00 Arthur Doocy, rent 60.00 Veda Hcdrlck, rent 10.00 G. R. Cook, rent — 25.00 Dan L. Bray, M. D., medical care -- - 30.00 Holy Family Hospital, medical care 45.30 Dr F. G. Groff, medical care 64.00 Dr. P. V. Janse, medical care , 13.00 Esthcrvlllc Drug Co., medicine 4.90 Paulson Drug, medicine 48.74 Sara E. Button, D. O., care 49.75 On motion adjournment was token until February 13. 1950. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. • H. S, Scheppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: ' Marc Moore, County Auditor REGULAR JANUARY SESSION BOARD PROCEEDINGS Sixth Day February 13, 1956 Payroll Fund, Construction Pay• roll Drainage Fund Kossuth County Treasurer, Sub 2 of 3 Kossuth County Treasurer, Sub 3 of 3 Kossuth County Treasurer, Sub 4 of 3 Kossuth County Treasurer, Sub 5 of 3 Kossuth County Treasurer, Sub 6 of 3 Kossuth County Treasurer, Sub 7 of 3 Kossuth County Treasurer, Sub 8 of 3 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. 4 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Sub 49 of 4 Kcssuth County Maint. Fund, W. Br. Dr. 5 George Wichtendahl, Dr Ferdinand Oswald, Dr. 9 Herman .Wichtendahl, Dr. 9 __ L. R. Wildin, Dr. 9 Wm. Runchey, Dr. 9 : rancis Kollasch, Dr. 9 Kossuth Co. M a int. Fund, Sub 2 of 25 Kossuth Co. Mainf. Fund, Dr. 27 <ossuth Co. Treasurer, Dr. 58 <ossuth Co. Maint. Fund, Dr. 58 <ossuth Co. Maint. Fund, Sub. 5 ot 60 (ossuth Co. Maint. Fund, 1,242.00 33.50 181.97 32.43 96.61 39,68 30.31 209.33 5.50 1)1.86 11.00 8.65 3.75 5.00 8.65 12.65 8.65 11.00 148.96 11.69 57.70 39.90 5 50 West Bend Implement, Chain Saw & Parts for a saw Lcne Rock Coop Exchange, Telephone Service _. John Dixon, Labor Frnton Coop Elevator Co., Coal Amold-Hainzinger, Parts Vv alt's Frame & Alignment Service, Repairs . F..ngman Welding Shop, Repairs Ptttit Bros., Repairs Donald Mitchell, Repairs Thomas Stebritz, Labor John T. McGuire, Driveway laid Blomster Chev. Co., Repairs ._ Gambles, Materials A. M. Kollasch, Materials Carpenter & Son, Parts Robert Deal, Machine Attachments Mason City Blue Print Service, Stools Kossuth Motor Co., Parts Central Auto Supply Co., Parts Harry Greenberg (Greenberg Aur to), Repairs & Parts Siea-Fort Dodgt Co., Welder & Parts Dukehart-Hughes Tractor & Equip. Cp., Inc., Parts Ra/'s Radio Service, Labor & Parts Wellendorf Key Shop, Locks Keys Algorva Welding Works, Labor 8. Repairs -. - ' Dciterlni Implement, Parts .. West la. Telephone Co., Telephone Service Cohn 0ros., Inc., Parts .. 17.05 4.00 344.06 127.59 6.50 33.44 19.28 69.50 3.60 8.00 5.00 10.22 10.00 5.08 13.35 2.75 5.94 29.90 108.95 60.91 32.95 273.74 334.28* 289.64 49.40 24.73 , 3.70 5.35 «.8S 10«.22 Sub 8 of 60 <ossuth Co. Maint. Fund, Dr. 68 Ib7.97 <ossuth Co. Maint. Fund, Dr. 69 ___ 39.00 Schram Bros., Lat 50 8, 55 Dr. BO 306.20 Elmore Concrete Products, Lat. 50 8, 55 Dr. 80 950.00 <ossuth Co. Maint. Fund, Dr. 80 333.34 E. J. Sconey, Dr. 80 6.89 Nick Behrends, Dr. 80' 5.00 H. V. Clark, Dr. 80 250.00 H. V. Clark, Dr. 80 1,000.00 Schram Bros., Lat. 50 8, 55 Dr. 80 ._ 1,000.00 Schram Bros., Lat. 50 8, 55 Dr. 80 _ 1,000.00 Schram Bros., Lat. 50 8, 55 Dr. 80 1,000.00 Schram Bros., Lat. 50 8. 55 Dr. 80 1,000.00 Elmore Concrete Products, Lat. 50 8, 55 Dr. 80 1,000.00 Elmore Concrete Products, Lat. 50 8, 55 Dr. 80 1,000.00 Elmore Concrete Products, Lat. 50 8, 55 Dr. 80 _ 1,000.00 Elmore Concrete Products, Lat. 50 & 55 Dr. 80 '..... 1,000.00 Elmoro Concrete Products, Lat. 50 & 55 Dr. 80 1,000.00 Kossuth Co. Maint. Fund, Dr. 80 G. D. Hart, Dr. 80 Advance Publishing Co., Dr. 83 Kossuth County Treasurer, Dr. 85 __• __ Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. 85 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. 90 _.Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. 108 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. 121 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, 5.50 91.12 3.00 74.40 208.40 487.12 22.50 12Q.64 170.90 Dr. 124 P. H. Thompson 8. Son, Dr. 132 — 1,000.00 P. H. Thompson & Son, Dr. 132 ., 1,000.00 P. H. Thompson & Son, Dr, 132 W. P. Hemphill, Dr. 132 G. D. Hart, 132 Fied Beitz, Dr. 166 --W. P. Hemphill, Dr. 166 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. 166 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. 166 Kossuth County Maint. Fund, Dr. 166 G. D. Hart, Dr. 166 Kossuth Co. Treasurer, Sub 1 of 166 Kossuth Co. Maint. Fund, Sub 1 of 166 Kossuth Co. Maint. Fund, Dr. 184 - -- 841.31 2.80 19.06 2.30 5.18 45.76 446.80 446.80 58.69 152.09 16.00 15.40 J. C. Penney Co., clothes S. & L. Store, clothes Bogaard Funeral Home, burial Garry Funeral Home, , ambulances r __ 5.00 Swan Funeral Home. ••-..••> ambulances 75.00 Stale of Iowa, aid to dependent children 1,302.63 Stale of Iowa, aid to the blind 78.65 Farmer's Coop. Soc., coal 27.79 W. F. -Loebig, oil 31.50 A. C. Schlssel, coal 32.18 Botsford Lumber Co., coal 11.00 Ky's Champlin, fuel 11.29 Farm Service Co., fuel 36.23 Hobarton Coop Elev. Co., coal 38.00 R. V. Wright, oil 16.20 Engstrom, coal •___ 11.25 Kossuth Oil Co., oil 28.98 Lone Rock Coop Exchange, coal 24.70 K. & H. Coop Oil Co., fuel 55.57 Rapid Thermogas, gas 8.50 Kossuth Oil Co., fuel 2!).!)G Emmetsburg Nursing Home, care and keep —. 60.00 Curtis Nursing Homu, care and keep 144.46 lon-a Children's Home Society, care and keep 55.90 Home of tile Good Shepherd, care and keep t 135.00 Delta H. Falvey, care 94.13 Boys' & Girls' Home, care ... 45.00 Mis. John Briggs, care 75.00 Roberts Nursing Home, care and keep 70.00 Lutheran Welfare Society, medical care C5.00 Rose Hahle. care 8.00 R. E. Mcrtzki!, food 6B.OO J. G. Clapsaddle, medical care 188.75 C. H. Crutzmuyur, M.D.. medical care .._ 32.00 Rusk Drug & Jewelry. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that Mr. and Mrs Clarence Bennett of Storm Lake, be hired for a second couple at the' County Home at a salary of $225.00 per month. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that Russ Floor Service be awarded contract on flooring the living room at the County Home for $304.00. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that John Rode be given authority to sell two lots at Wesley that belong to Kossuth County and that the Auditor be authorized to furnish A Quit Claim Deed for the same. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until the seventeenth of February, 1950. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. H. S. Scheppmann. Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS Special January Meeting 19S6 A.D. Seventh Day February 17, 195B Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode that the application for beer permits by Kenneth Arthur Forberger of Wesley be rejected. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by J. Rode and Seconded by Jens M. Sorsnsen that the County Treasurer be given authority to buy new adding machine. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On Motion adjournment was taken until the 21st day of February, I960. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. H S. Scheppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore. County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS Special January Meeting 1958 A.D. Eighth Day February 21, 1958 Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that Jake Freeh be paid $25.00 per month and $15.00 of same be applied on the State Institute Account effective March 1, 1950i Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. . , On motion adjournment was taken until March 1, 1956. Ayes: all. Nays: DOIIU. Motion carried. H S. Scheppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST 1 Marc' Moore, County Auditor TEEL DESKS (*• Lowest Prices - Highest Quality Compare And You'll Agree! 'A Haskell dpsk for the budget-minded person. Has four storage drawers and one file drawer plus a center drawer. Size: 55"x30"x29'/4". Colors: standard gray or green, or the new decorator colors 'dflfi All at slight extra cost ylVU^VV ON OUR DISPLAY FLOOR - SEE IT NOW! UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 Algona

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