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Algona, Iowa
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BOY RONS NAIL THROUGH HAND WHILE PLAYING ^ » Marlin Wegener of Penton Injured In Attempt to Throw Board JgfoAlgona Upper Des Moinea, Algofta, lorn, July 16,1937 Colorado, Washington. Idaho and Montana. They traveled 3.000 miles. Have Tonsil* Out Dr. J. A. Mueller reports tonsilcct- omies performed Thursday at his office. The patients were Dolores and Jan Wilberg, daughters of Otto Wilberg. north of town, and Jonn Leonard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leonard, Cylinder. Dr. Smith C. Kirkeganrd, Rlngster), gave anaesthetic nnd Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod cared for them. NAME FACULTY ATSWEA CITY TWD New Teachers Hired; Budget Upped About $4,500 We * en <"-, son of . Mrs. C. F. Wegener, suffered a painful injury Friday afternoon while playing. He picked up a a nail*! 1 " 1 ^ r T H 8nd th< * e «" f. nal ' '" the board and it went through his hand between the fore- nnger and thumb and came out In the palm of his hand. Mr. Wegener had a difficult time to pull the Hall OUt, Back from Trip " Goets ch and R A " °°<»ch return- morning from a two They made weeks' trip out west. . ae stop, with relatives and frien in 8O Acres on paving near Algona, Fine Improvements Low Taxes Near schools & churches Good Terms. Exclusively offerer! by Me Donald & Co. Phone 125 Algona Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and daughters were Algona shoppers Monday. Ernest Neuman of Sioux City visited his brother-in-law, Frank Bailey. Friday. Ed Schlel spent Monday in Klemme, attending to business matters and visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laagc spent Sunday at the A. C. and O. A. Laages in Brooten, Minn. Mary Harsch of Algona came on Friday to visit at the John Light home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach visited the former's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. August Zumach at Rolfe Fr day. Frank Bailey, daughter, France and son, John, were entertained a the Carl Ebert home in Whittemor Sunday. Fannie Beling of Bnrney, Nort Dakota, and Delores Krausc visile Mrs. Maurice Wallace on Frida afternoon. Mrs. Fred Kluss and Mrs. Grace Gibbons visited at the E. A. Weis I brod home in Whittemore Wednes day afternoon. Clarence Swenson and Elling Olson went to Humboldt Monday and will go on to Wisconsin before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. George Fisson of Stanley. Wis.. are visiting at the Wm. Osborn home. Mrs. Fisson is Mr. Osborn's sister. Mrs. Richard Cameron and son. Paul of Glendale, California, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Dreyer of Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch and grandchildren, Charlene and Dale Joetsch. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. L. lossman at Rudd Sundry. Mr. and Mrs. Cat: Kern an_ Joyd and Helen and Mr. and Mrs >erwood Kern were dinner guest t the Melvin Kern home Sunday Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and daughters xjrena and Dorothy attended the nisslon festival at the Herman Hintz grove near Lotts Creek Sun day. Swen City: The faculty for the coming year has been completed, Stipt. A. H. Schuler of the Swea City consolidated school announced Inst week. High school subjects have been rearranged somewhat, so as to be in accordance with the training of the various teachers. Two new high school Instructors were engaged this week to replace Vivian Strand, mathematics teacher and Robert Bunje, social science and band instructor. A hearing on the school budget is scheduled for July 16. This year's proposed budget is set at $34,500 as compared with last years, $29,953. The higher cost this year is attributed to replacement of equipment, painting, general Increase In costs of material and an increase In the teachers' salaries. The bids for the bus routes will be received by the board, July 19. Next year's school staff is as follows: A. H. Schuler. superintendent; stone, Lone Rock, sixth grade; Ade laid Harang, Lake Mills, fifth grade Helen Maklestad, Forest City, fourth grade; Elma Huff, Armstrong, thir< grade; Bernlta Gaarde, Armstrong second grade; Cora Pollock, Laur ens, first grade; and Wm. Christen sen, custodian. Remodel Theatre The Iowa Theatre, owned by Mrs Elfrieda Leland is being completely remodeled by the Haglund carpenter crew. Mrs. Leland recently purchased the building from the Woodmen Stock Company. Mrs. Sylvia Lannlng of Algona spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Walter Smith. A new house is being built on the Grundy farm north of town, tenanted by Ervin Link. G. D. Curtis has purchased the ots east of the Geo. K. Nelson property and will erect a house there n the near future. Seventeen members of the junior Baptist Young People's union held a picnic at Reynolds Park Friday. Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hethershaw, proprietors of the Commercial hotel, are the parents of a son born July 8 at the Estherville hospital. This Is the couple's first child. The M. E. Ladles' Aid met Wednesday with Mesdames J. E. and George Harner and Miss Carrie Harner as hostesses. Mrs. T. F. Johnson conducted the devotions, Mrs. Fred Seylar led the lesson and Mrs. John Haglund gave musical numbers. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Starr of Seattle, Washington, who are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Anderson, were entertained at a family party at the Anna Larson >iome last Friday evening. Seventeen guests were present. The Starrs returned to Seattle, Wednesday . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ferguson and son of San Diego, California, came ast Thursday to visit friends. Mr ~>rguson, son of the late Dave Fer ruson, left here about 20 years ago His wife, formerly Christie Fergu son, is the daughter of Mr. and >frs. Wm. Ferguson, old time Swea Ityans, who now reside on the vest coast. A reception for the Isltors was held at the Paul Larson lome Thursday night Gladys Bucrkens. Pella, principal nnd English; John Roth, Boxholm, assistant coach; Doris Newstrand, Dayton, commercial; Harriet Crumb, Tama, Latin and social science; Helen Monson, Buffalo Center, home economics; Gerald Nlemeyer, Fairmont. Minn., band (part time); Agnes Olson, Bancroft, eighth grade; Frances Dahl, Swea City, seventh grade and vocal music; Beulah Glad- Guaranteed USED CARS 1936 Nash Sedan 1936 Dodge Coach 1935 Ford Coach 1935 Chevrolet Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Coach 1934 Plymouth sedan 1933 Chevrolet Coach _ 1930 Buick Coupe 1932 Plymouth Coupe 1932 Chevrolet truck, large box 1931 Reo Coupe < 1931 Ford Sedan 1930 Ford Coach 1929 Ford Coach 1929 Chevrolet Sedan and cheaper ones. MAXWELL MOTOR Corner<»f lo'!)and State,Street. Mr, Farmer Experienced Service Complete Stocks Close Prices Wo will lid}) you limkv t-\ i Safe Grain Storage is pi-i We have •• you crops safe after full dutv, yuiir next jolt. will t, ( make y.ur F. S. Norton & Son Plioue 229 Algoiia, la. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz of Algon and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase an daughter. Shirley Mae were caller t the Henry Tieman home Sunda vening. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod are >arents of an 8-pound daughter >orn Sunday. July llth. at the Me Creery hospital in Whittemore. This is their first child. Harry Frost of Muncie, Indiana visited friends here last week. The Frosts were former residents having lived on the farm now tenanted by the Henry Tiemans. Mr. and Mrs. Art Voight and son. Dale and Mr. and Mrs. John Menz drove to Taopi, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs. Menz's and Art Voigt's brother, Otto, who Is ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter, Gladys and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber returned Friday evening from a week's fishing and sightseeing trip in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters, Alice. Alvina and Ruth, visited with relatives in Charles City Sunday. In the afternoon they went to see the Little Brown Church. /• Donald Reimers, 3H year old son >f Mrs. Ann Reimers of Burt and tfrs. Carl Rath of Swea City submitted to appendectomies performed by Dr. J. A. Mueller at the Kossuth hospital on Friday. Mr. and Mr*. John Flnnestad accompanied by their niece, Marion Plnnratad, took their daughter, frith, and Pranci* JuhJ to Clear Mke, Sunday, where Faith and Frances will attend Bible school 'or a week. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tietz and T. and Mrs. John Gramenz and laughter, Lorraine returned last week Wednesday from a 10 day va- ation in northern Minn., and at Clinton, Minn., where they visited datives of Mrs. Gramenz. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger nd Harvey Bellinger took the iat- er's brother. Claire to Des Moine.4. vhere he in attending school. C'laire vni spent the 4th of July here with lis parents. Mr. and Mrs. John lollinger and his brother*. Messrs, anil Mesdames Alvin Zu- •nach. Harry Widdell and children. Raymond Stoeber and Clarence rheesfield and sons joined Mr. and rlra. Hoa-ard Reeder and family of 'aimer Sunday at the City park in Srnrnetsburg for a picnic supper. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gronert and rlr. and Mrs. Ed Gronert of Water- own, Wis., and Mrs. Anna Drone of Hum Creek visited last week Wednesday with Mrs. Herman Leudtke, Hr, and Mr. and Mrs Herman Krause. All the ladies, are cousins Mr. and Mrs. George Schoenwetter and sons, Howard and Homer of KJemme visited at the Kit Weisbrod home .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Hchoen- wetti-r are parents of Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and they rarne to see their new granddaughter born Sunday afternoon. .Selrna Meyer and Kiinn Kimer* returned home MomJ;,y from Horp.e- wiiert they \i,it Mr. and Mrs. it. f. Jit-timer and son. Ht-ltna con- :,'j]teii a doctor at lowaT'ily while there and will return to tla: hospital in about three weekj for further tn-altfient. Mr, anij Mfj. Merle Ijavidnon ami .ion, Douglas of Al n 'or.a were Kua- 'lay 'liiiner uuesU at tin: parental Kri-a Klu^s home. Kli,ri(« Gibbon* v.-ho visited a week with the David- .-.o.-i.j i ame home with them and her .ii.--.ti-r, i'hylhs a<-L-oi7i|,anicd them home for a visit. Mr. and Mr.*. J. VValiatc- and Mr •iii'i Mr.». Karl Wallace and little .-.on, Dn.key. drove to Forest City on Sunday to vi»it the Clifford Walla, e family. Myriia. daughter ol the t.'hlfoj-ij WalUc,;.-i, who .iptut several -,'.nk:, her,.- with her v,i aini|,arfcnt.i. itm.iiin.ij al tiur home. Mr and Mr.-i Hugo Deiikcr and dviahUT. Jean of I.i..jti.-r, Iowa, visited Irom Saturday evening to Monday morning at the VV. ./. Weisbrcd home. Sunday afternoon Mr Denk.-(• and dauyiitc-i.i. Jc in and Elinor Ann attended the Quaker Oats pu-- nii: at the Krnmet'iijurg City j,ark. I-yle Newel. Harold Gerouaiu. Krederitk Zwiefei, Warren Snyder and Ardis Voigt drove up to Okoboji Saturday to aliend the last day of the Kpworth League nutitute. Mr and Mra. Jake Zwiefel and Mrs. C. C. Voight. Maroid Schlei, Willard Wei.z. Haiph. Bob and June Weisbrod attended Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer, Mr. and Mra. K. Froehlich and Mrs. AJ- vira Simpson and daughter, Connie of Ceylon, joined the Wiibert Holldorf family for a picnic dinner and supper tit the Holldorf home Sunday. The occttsion waa the birthday anniversaries of Mr. Holl- Jurf and his cousin, Mrs. Simpson. REPORT OF CONDITION OF Security State Bank of Algona, In the State of Iowa, organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of bus- mfn 3 h" f h Une o 30t K 1937 ' Publlshe d in accordance with calls made by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Fed- e ™' Re « erve P ank °f thl» district on a date fixed by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve f£ S , tCm P ursua . nt to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act of Section »Z3l, Code of Iowa. ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts 2. Overdrafts ........'. 3. United States Government obligations, direct and-or fully guaranteed 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities 6. Banking house ^ie.50000 Furniture and fixtures 3 500 00 8. Reserve with Federal Reserve bank ' 9. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection . 13. Other assets $216,274.84 10.50 17,900.00 18.036.16 20,000.00 63.831.33 140.465.56 2,042.70 TOTAL LIABILITIES 14. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 15. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships^ and corporations 16. State, county and municipal deposits "".'.". 18. Deposits of other banks, certified and officers' checks outstanding, etc Not secured by the pledge of loans and-or ,. _ investments J418.561.09 II. Capital account: Common stock 500 shares, par JIOO per share* 5000000 Surplus 10 000 00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT . $478,561.09 $246.376.59 3.836.85 142,243.79 26,103.86 60,000.00 $478^61.09 TOTAL C. B Murtagh, Pres.; Frank Kohiriaai'/Vice Pres.: E. . r of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above tatement Is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. C. B. MURTAGH, President FRANK KOHLHAAS. Vice Pres. - . . E - A- SCHEMEL, Cashier Correct— Attest Directors A. HUTCHISON E. J. HOUGH M. G. BOURNE J. W. HAGGARD GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY H. M. HAUBERG R. W. CALDWELL D. C. HUTCHISON State of Iowa, County of Kossuth ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of July, 1937. (SEAL) FLORA I. TISS, Notary Public. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office July 1. 1937 !, :Dlp ,,'<-l. ,<-lc A. M. Hoard of Suji,-rvH.,r.-, rn,-t pursuant I., adjournment with all members j.i . -.-..• ii t . 1 _ Motion l.v and si-fond by I'l't-KiiiVv ll,at tin- f«>i|.,wini{ ipi.irt,-r- ly i.-p.ntx b>- approved: r..-,-,, r .|,-r's 'liHii.r!.- r,-p*iit of I..-K col 1,-rt ,-'1 Auditor* ,|uarterly i.-port of f.-,-^ • ..I'-rt.-iJ. i'!..-rk'-. 'itiarlt-rly r,-|,-.rt of f.-.-.. und 11. •• Tr>-'i*urei--K i-.-nii-ar.- n ial l.-poi t A;. .--: all. Motion i,-,- I'ja^.-r ali.l M.'oond t.v M"ii:- K H Kin-^ev. Ci.unty .\M.ll\ol. I..- 11, . -Inn 1,-, I to it.,- .~. -mi-Annual r> pot t of M. .1. 1,'jrfy. r,,yi,ty Ti.-.iHur.-i. Ay,->: all. Motion l,v llauin and M-.-on.l l.v l-'i.i-.-r that tl>- l»:;i; tax.-« on Lot 1', -d nab. .n ,,1,1 a«e rt-i-ipii-nt. Ayi-a: a l . .Motion l.y Moil In and »..-,-r,n.| by Fia».-r that tin- a».»i-i»'i-.| valuation of r.all.--. and * 'oinp:, i, y w rit.- 1 ,• ha nd .».- l,.- i.-dui.-.l (roin |::.i,.i.i i.'j to |1 - m.-n,|.-d l,y a r.-soUllion adopted ny ti,. town , ouni-11 of Feninn. Iowa, A , .-r : all M.,l:..n I,-.- r. .;-;-,<, ve ai.d yet.-niid by MonU Hal r.-i,-i,i,i- l:i.,th,-rt. i; 1,1-t-l an,| H.-i.rv. I,.- «iv.-n a r-fun.| of 4!'. •;:, i,a|., ni-i- al,at,-.l du>- to .nor in i:> .,; i.-r. .--oi '.-. ion TniouKh ~ii',r on f,n n, in.i. nii ; .-ry vvtjj.h Ma^ •<-."•- 1 al 11 ', -MI in, w-l.cri- a» nhoiil.l l..i-. - 1— -n 111. > Ti,l- r. solution t,. in* .,.!.,,, i.., i 1.. II,.. Ko.,,,| ,,, Tru-I," - of l!ufT.i.o Town«iii|, ai.'l :ip- .'"'.-'1 1" ''o.o'l/ lloai.l of .Silpcr- . i - - , i * A -. . .- ,, 1 1 lloiio,. |,. Moil I" and i-.-, ond by i'..-rfio-.-.. u. ,i FI...-.I t..- appoint,..] o II.,,K. i.-j.i,!^ on l.iali.fl >,',< 1 J 7 • tl. '1 No 7:». A'...- all M-.lion l,,- li.i i.n. and -• i-,,,,,| bv ' -.-^I',.,- l|.,ll tl,,- J..-III1JI lo .-»•)! lj,-*-r ''•' '"•• i l on-; .ii.d It,.- .1 i,|,ii. al Ion and \V. K. M( Donald. Voting nav: norie Motlot: ,1,-, -la red adopt,-,) 1 man. W. K. Mr-l'onald On motion Hoard pro. Audit and Allow bills an p. 'i!" of Claim-," ! .-i.ii ,fi, r rul'NTV I-'I'ND 11,-nry ' •. N..|,or, to,:. , t H. fin. in i;.i,l.-. 1,1 v. ''it y of AlKona, IlKhl .--i -v l.oiii- Ano't-rSon. int^ ' »'i -•' f ' 1 :i*k . rnt t? Fl>.-«l !•:. l,ull..n, mtg M ,1 lJui-v l'o Ti. i. -'.V-' btv. ....:... I>aiii.-l Ulan. hard. 'hi v W. W. .Sullivan. !•. M.'. post- Man Parrott and .Sons 'c'o.' W. \V. .Sullivan, r. M. pi/st- (..'_-... : : ' • • 11,-lty Hberldaii, ».ila°ry' ". '. Mary K SanilH, salary fion-lla S'olKi. salary W W. .Sullivan. 1-. M.. poat- W. ri I'onKiov,-. loinm. & W ]•: M<-l,oi,ul.i.'coi,ii'ii."& I-'. Win. ffauin, i oinln. & H»-f- fcion .... f'ha.H Monl.-. ','oVnni A -•'--»ion / H Fla^ei. i-oinin. i ,,.. hi on National l!>-»-iiipIoyinei I .Serv., orflr,; ,-nj Kvelyn I'ol,-, hiilars' I'oroti.y sbatio. «aUry l.i.nll.j l,.,i... salary i,' II. o»t» Inkl,-. .J- l i.m iol f'l.-.-k ,,f l,| fc i,i, t Court, of"••- ••>!' ,\- Chalr- -,-d.-d to written. Ami. Allow, • allow-. I '•'I -'^ 4 i», 4 mi , — f 1 1 .1.'! 1.00 5.00 "'•*•" f* . '* 0 1 ft 1 ) 'JO.UO 35.00 5.00 1 7 1 . ?, 0 160.75 * ' J . . . . ' 1 '.' H ^ ', 7 '* H i i'"' (Ml " M (III ~ih 'jo - • 7 i ; 11: < .,|;d I,, ,11 o • I l.v I'..i, I I . for • i.d.d I. Voting A-,, MOM i. \\ n, and \V K. M. Volini? ri.i;, MoliVn d,-, man U' !•: It is moy •in. M. -I, d by porter Mathew c. Drier, court reporter John H. Foth. bailiff INSTITUTE FUND Wm. Shirley, cxp DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. 4— Kit Wlllard, labor K. O. Stlnstrom. lahor .. Ueorgre F. Graham, lahor Dick Onade. lahor .... Loo Delperdangr. lahor . . . Jake Kellor, labor Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies Northern Lumber Co.. supplies Dr. No. B— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer Jim Chubb, labor Dirk Baftde. lahor Oeorfre F. Graham, Inbor Dr. No. 7— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer .llm Chubb. labor Oeorge F, Graham, labor . Dick Baade. labor Hnrold Hofran. labor .... Standard Supply Co.. »np- plles Standard Supply Co.. supplies Dr. No. a — Chao. E. Chubb, engineer .llm Chubb, labor Dr. No. 12— George l.ooft, labor .... 1). H. Mayer, labor Dr. No. 20— Dirk Haiule. labor George K. Grnham. labor Dr. No. 24 — Dick Baadp, labor George F. Graham, labor Dr. No. 45— Dirk liande. labor George F. Graham, labor Dr. No. 4B— Philip Fntmrge, labor .. Dr. No. 60— K. G. Stlntstrom. labor . lid Wlllard labor George Looft. labor D. B. Mayer, labor Northern Lumber Co., puppllew Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplier Dr. No. 63— Chap. K. Chubb, engineer .llm Chubb, labor Jake Keller, labor .... Leo Delperdiing, labor . Dr. No. 7S— Dick BaadP. labor George F. Graham, labor Dr. No. SO— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer Jim Chubb. labor George Looft. labor .... D. B. Mayer, labor .... Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies Dr. No. S2— Albert Bo^rna, Jr., labor Henry Christiansen, labor Paul Tra-°amar. labor .. Dr. No. SS— Cha.«. E. Ctihbb. engineer . Jim Chithli. tabor M. C. Thill, labor James KelMo, labor .... Drv No. .so— Dick Ha;ide. labor C. H. Cooper, labor George F. Graham, labor Dr. No. ss— Ed Wlllard. labor K. G. Slinftrom. labor . Cement & Tile Co.. supplies Northern Lumber Co., supplies Dr. No. ?"— (.'has. E. Chubb, engineer Jim Chubb, labor George K. Graham, lahor Dick Baade. labor Henry Cl.rlstlansen. labor Albert Uosmp. Jr.. labor Paul Trasiamar, labor ... Dr. No. 95— M. C. Thill, labor Jamen Kelso, labor .... Dr. No. 97— C. J. Miller, labor Dr. No. 99— nick Baade. labor George F. Graham, labor. Dr. No. IOL'— George Looft. labor .... D B. Mayer, labor Dr. No. 116— Clarence P.-Iene. labor .. L. E. Dawson, labor .... Dr. No. 1^7 — Phillip Kouarge. labor . Dr. No. 132— Matt Lam labor Marlon Ash, labor ...... Dr. No. 133— Chan. K. Chubb, engineer . Jim Chubb, labor ". Jake Keller, labor .... Leo Delperdang, labor . Dr. No. 137— E. L. Fitch, labor Moore it Moore, supplies Dr. No. IM— D. R Mayer, labor George l.ooft, labor .... Dr. No. ir.7 — f,i, k Baade. labor .... G,-or«,- F. Graham, labor Dr No. l«c— Clas. K. Chubb. englne,-r .11m Chul,b. 1'ibor I'. I!. Mav.-r. labor K C. Si InM t otn. labor . I'anl Ti n ^a mar. labnr . . G.-or«<- I..,.,ft. labor Kd \Vill.ird. Ial.or .Ml..-it l:..«rpa. .Ir . labor . 11,-nrv ('hi i 20.5 9.0 8.2 12.0 20.00 J.2 1.60 2.00 1.60 1.68 2.«8 2.76 .76 4.00 3.00 lii.75 3.00 1.60 2.0T) 09.7 711.98 .75 9.00 12.00 (i.RO 6.10 2.00 1.60 .SO .60 6.60 14.00 9.00 6.00 8.00 2.46 .33 2.75 .75 9.00 12.00 3.20 2.40 13.50 3.7 S 1R.OO 24.00 6.71 6.00 4«.00 19.50 9.30 12.40 2.00 3.00 1.00 K.OO 8.00 2.44 .97 1.5ft 10.80 16.40 4S.OO 1T..OO 21.00 9.90 21.2fl 20.00 B.6H 4.20 IS.00 24.00 6.30 16.88 10.10 6.30 20.80 B.OO 1.50 3.00 4.00 14.00 2.30 8.00 0.00 5.10 1.00 24.0 21 0 10.3 M. L. Worby. patrol Peter Movlck, patrol Leo Delperdang. labor Jake Keller, labor Alton Pettlt, patrol Enrl Eartsrn, patrol J. M. Long, patrol Arnold Delperdang, labor Chester Alme, patrol J. P. Qulnn, patrol Mervln Marlow, patrol Lynn Kuchenretither. patrol Wilbur A. Fisher, pntrol Oliver Young, patrol J. R. Falk. patrol Frnnk J. Burke, patrol A. J. Hlldman, patrol Paul Trasamar, labor George Looft, labor Walter Reldel. labor Albert Bosma, Jr., labor Dick Baade. Inbor tfenry Christiansen, labor D. R Mayer, labor E. C. Behnkenrlorf. labor Peter Thllges, labor Casper Thllges, labor Ren Nolle, labor G. Ptlnstrom. labor 3d Wlllard, labor George F. Graham, labor M. C. Thill, labor Inmes Kelso. labor Tony Seller, labor -ester Larson, labor lelnder Kromlngn. Inbor benjamin Butterfleld. labor T recl rnnnkuk. labor •1 .T. Palmer, labor '•atterson Electric Shop, supplies mtrh.s Super Service, sup, piles rrCormlck-Deerlng Store, supplies S. Norton, supplies Ireerberg Auto Supply, supplies frs. Anna Dnhl. supplies rlbitr Pehrson. supplies . 'orthern Lumber Co., supplies Klmnre Cement ft Tile Co., supplies Clapps Service, supplies.. Genrtre Holtzbatier. iiupplles Nelson Hardware, supplies Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, supplies C. H. Llchty A Son., supplies K'ohlhnns * Hpllles, supplies Thompson Yards Inc.. supplies W. F. Reynolds, labor .... Overton Chemical Co., supplies Altronn Ins. Agency, prem- nm Town fnlor Telephone Co., Tele, serv M. .1. Puffy, Co. Treas.. ailv. freight •ntrnl State Electric Co., -Vntrnl Slates Electric Co. light serv W. H. Williams, graveling Paul ft Williams, graveling llgl.t serv Herman H. Brown Co.','sup- Piles 4.1 ,6 Central Auto Electric Co, supplies J. I. Merryman, bridge work Arnold Motor Snpplv, 'supplies "....... Kelley How Thomson"co", supplies Standard Bearings Co siiii- pllr., Kl ° rt 1>oll( ' c<> fV|> - siip- 87.50 96.60 68.00 51.00 89.20 8.1.30 86.10 115.00 88.65 91.00 100.00 86.46 81.90 91.00 106.00 91.70 91.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 39.00 41.60 4.00 4.00 9.37 25.00 13.07 94.20 28.00 21.00 32.70 2S.50 3B.OO 6.00 3.20 117.00 21.00 6.25 9.00 1.71 331.9.1 104.82 18.34 7263 Sfi.RO 10.96 1.78 5.97 2.75 12.10 10.20 12.13 21.42 7.11 1.00 306.00 31.00 3.42 .93 1.2R 248.86 2578.71 1.02 Emma Knudson, transp. .. 81.08 W. a. McCullon&h, amb. .. 2.00 Alex Miller, rent 10.00 Wm. F. Behnke, rent 30.00 Mrs, J. K. Moulds, rent 8.00 A. M. Colllnson, rent 10.00 District No. 3— Dr. Wallace, med EO.OO Kossuth Hospital, hosp care 28.00 Fasbenders Htore, prov. .. 6.00 Tlllle Loebtg, care 24.00 T. P. Doerr, rent 10.00 Leo J. Harlg-, rent 10.00 District No. 4—, Dr. Janse, med 4.50 Dr. Egan, med 38.00 Polk County Auditor, med. 7.00 tforensons Cream Station, prov BO.49 Hoods Store, prov B.OO Arthur Llndsey, rent 18.40 Smith's Dept. Store, prov... 8.00 Chrlstensens. supplies 2.04 Mrs. Augusta Beltz, care .. 15.00 Emma Knudsen, transp 33.12 C. H. Schrader, rent 9.00 J. H. Sheridan, rent 28.00 District No. 6— Dr. Lundqulst, med (.00 Dr. Keneflck, med 16.00 Daniels Groc., prov 15.00 Hill Top Dairy, prov 6.40 Simsers Groc., prov 12.00 Frederlcksons, prov 45.00 Blomsters, prov 4.00 H. M. Dyer, prov 15.00 Sam riystacl, supplies .... .80 Town Mutual Dwelling Ins. Ins. Co., premium 3.25 Moore ft Crooks, rent 10.00 Mrs. Ben nushton, rent .... 10.00 John Osland, rent 10.00 General Poor— Hllma Ostrum, labor 37.88 Graham Dept. Store, supplies 10.0* Chrlstensen Bros. Co., supplies 72.47 County Farm— John Hennlng, labor 50.00 Lalng & Muckey, labor .... 1.50 I F. S. Norton ft Son, supplies 70.39 • George Holtzbauer, supplies 12.49 Frank L. Miller, light serv. 11.28 Thomas Akre, prove 72.23 Graham's Store, supplies . 15 19 Fred Rtinge. supplies .85 P. V. Janse, med i.oo Dr. R. M. Wallace, med... 300 Fred Park. tele, exp 5.03 W. G. McCullough. funeral . 73.00 .Igona Cemetery Ass'n, open ffrave ,. 8 09 Nelson Hardware, supplies 6.55 Kohlhaas ft Spllles. supplies 2 34 filbert Garage, supplies 4 90 McCormlck-Deerlng Store, supplies 2.12 f*. A. Heard, supplies 365 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, labor 6.60 Walnut Grove Products Co, supplies 19.60 Roy Sherman, supplies .... 2.55 37.05 C81.87 80.59 nn.60 29.21 17.47 Austin Western HoaU Much. Co.. supplies Bnlbach Co.. supplies Shell Petroleum Co.. supplies K. * II. Coop, oil Co.. Blip- Peerless ' oil'' Co'..'' s'u'p'pYles Mnrdar.1 Oil Co.. supplies 1398:68 r POOH Ft'ND District No. 1— W. it. Andrews M. D.. med. L. Cavanaugh. med General Hospital, hosp. care Bakers Dairy, prov Klnseth & Son, prov. ' '.'. ' Huffs P.eNtaurant. prov Paul Ernsit. prov '.. '.'. f. S. Johnson, prov. Mrs. George Jergens. care .. Mrs. f,eo. Jeri?ens, care .... Elsie Steussy, care C. H. Llchty. rent .'.'.".' Dr. Janse. med District No. 2— C. S. Johnson, prov. . Dr. Keneflck. med. ... Dr. Fraser. med Dr. Wallace, med '' Dr. Janse, med. Dr. Cretzmeyer. med.V. Dr. Kcbaap. dental '" Koisuth Hospital, hoip. care St Joseph'. Mercy Ho»p. nosp. care Akres Groc. prov. H. A. Clark, prov .'.'.'.' A. M. Andernon, prov. ..1". H. K. Sorensmn, nrov W. T. Pllr-her. prov. JV' N .'V X ~ f""" on . •uppVlei M. Antl.onys Home. care. .. Mary Webuler. rare . .. Mrs. \\ m Meyers, care Nelson Hardware, supplies'! 12.05 32.35 101.51 162.04 182.20 18.75 B.M 2.50 6.10 12.00 5.00 4.00 2.50 10.00 9.00 47.15 600 2.00 18.00 13.45 22.63 93.75 32.50 127.00 8.00 168.6* fi.or 3.09 16.00 2.50 54.00 3.tO 2.00 45.00 26.00 10.00 14 02 RESOLVED. That the County Auditor Is authorized to Issue warrants for bills allowed at this meeting as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written." On motion Board adjourned until 9:00 o'clock a. m. July 15 1937 E. s. KINSE'T. County Auditor. Auditor's Office Emmetsbtirg. Iowa March 6. 1)137 Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County and Palo Alto County met pursuant lo the call of the Auditors with the following members pres- Kossutlv County—McDonald, Fraser. (.osgrove, Morris nnd Baum. Palo Alto County—Cottlngton. (-onion, Itoblnson, Truog and Wegener. Moved by Wegener, seconded by Truog that McDonald act as chairman. Motion carried. Moved by Morris, seconded by Cosgrove that Martin Thompson act as secretary. Motion carried Moved by Morris, seconded by Cosgrove that the auditors of Palo Alto and Kossuth County be Instructed to pay on the basis of 74 75 per cent for Kossuth and 24.25 per cent for Palo Alto County. Motion carried. Moved by Wegener. seconded by Cotllngton that Mr. Loom Is' report of auditor or Joint District Drain No. I of Palo Alto and Kossuth county be accepted. Motion carried. Moved by \%>gener. seconded by Baum that the auditors of Palo Alto and Kossuth county be Instructed to make transfers from Drain Trl No. 84 to P. A.-K. No. 1. 1362.71; from Drain P. A.-K. No. 1 to County Fund. 1129.00; In Palo Alto County transfer should be made per findings: from P. H. and P. A. No. 1 to P. A.-K. No. 1. 129.27: from P. A.- K. No. 1 to E. & P. A. No. 1, $81.27. Motion carried. RESOLUTION B« It Resolved by the boards of Supervisors of Palo Alto and Kossuth County. In the matter of Joint Drain No. I of Palo Alto and Kos- sutlv County. The Auditor of Kossuth County Is hereby ordered to Issue a warrant of f2.000.00 to Palo Alto Countv Motion carried. MARTIN THOMPSON. Secretary. w. E MCDONALD. Chairman. orih.-in nior.- I Lumber Co . -im-i.l & Ti!.- 11,. 1)1 .ppll'-- No. 17"-- ,-oiK'- F. Graha .i. k IJa.-id,-. labi .-••ut, i; of .1 — labor r .. Car.- I'll V.-l.i I .1 I. A H i 11 . AUo In r Advanr . pilot I ri Li II .inn,,, ap|,i.,pr U <i. II. ( .I'd.n M. |. fun,I . . . Hill I 0!i«ll: C.,., „,! L'.lliiK Si '. olfll Ollll • 'lull .t I I,.- Ai,-. nil Ifui.-aii. Add jn if In Mu-.-h. .up- ' .V ' I'. . \V. dv. Jr l,i>n. bt/. bty i' 'U1.IV IV -I,- m«I<- of th. il,.- Sou 111 Ollf-Half - Kiv>- (0), .six («, and Ei(jht (Si. of Hl C>n e i '.ill's Ad-lillor. to AlKona. Iowa, . ..-nniilrialion for uuptjurt and <•',. a- I..T iitfi «-,-int-nt now un Hie lli« Auditor's Office for uuld pur- S.TOndfd by lid u in Voting ay..-: 1. II Kruucr. fiiarl,.-» Morris, Wm Baum, Wm fosijruvu l-'i.-.| r \i i CiuikMi T..II, I;.-Id. II- nrv Tla.l i:. A Han M I. DulJV bty 'ail Hi.ikl,- Klim.-r l!o>l f.ori-i. H.UII -:rn>.-bt bly. Urlill'J Kolki-l In bly UuffliiKlon, Uty Mu J I, Clark, bly 'i. A. I'oln.t, bly ll.-niy It Vohn. bty ! ! 1:1 win SK-m.-i. i,ty ''. '. l,an».,n. j p. f t . tl( . , ' ;.-.--• I.Oij«. alu-rlff ft-t-H .. Munn, Slininslntli-i-. wit fvvs I'.-Il.i vVtllt-r. j. p. fees . . . ! t' A. Nt-wvlllf louhl feea 1N.SAXE F(^ND Kiilln-rinc McKvoy, i-lcrk's f 1 1-» Cuh».-v Lobji, fch*,rl(f (wit A. Hiilchison. comm. fees . r. H. Crt-t;trm-yt-r. ,-xum. phy C(JL'UT FUND * rmit-v-B I>uvld*iori. cuurt rc- II':,, i' "iij 2 h't I. '!.1. 11 II 17 17 :t 211 2S.1 .33 36.30 1 DO 11 '!'•. 11.22 'H.tHl 4 00 4 00 4.00 4.00 5.85 .20 25 .60 <JG «5 1.15 .CO 3 80 3.40 I-M Wlllard. lab, I-;. G. ritiriHtroin, labor .. Dr. H -K No !• — .1. S. Hafdal. ill-an out . .1 M. Itafdal, idean out . cha« f-; chiiob, enKlnet-r Jim ci.ubb. labor T. K.-K Nc, 4 — Ed WHIard, labor E G. StiiiMrom. labor . . , Dr. H -K ::-4« — Chan A. An.b-r^on, labor !>r. II.-K. 4-:.«-- G.-ory^ !•'. Graham labor Db-k llaad,-. labor .... Dr. II.-K. f.-l7-- l,n It Uaa.K-. labor 'i.-orif.r F. Giaham. labor J. <'. Mi. k. labor T A -K No. 1 — CliaH. K Chubb, ,-nulnei-r Jim Cbubb. labor ....:! I.,-., Di-lprrdui.g. labor . . .lak^ K.-ller. labor I iiii>-» KvUo, labor ''. Thill, labor 'ard .Supply Co.. sop•,•, -K :i;-»i — I -I k ji,iai|.-. jabor . . ';. .,i ~- F. <;rab:iin. l i I ,!.,;i, No.|:', J'.i' ! \ Loonii.-^. audi !. I o ,t ta N'o H I I'.i.,! X Loomlr. audit .lak>- K'.-l!.-r. labor Tray w a ri'.VriThrr ill. M..I.,I- i'., •l,-r» Ins i.'o 'ION FI'ND l|.-, Of 1.6 3.0' 4.0' 36D.J 30 » 1 0 13 2.0 n.6 13.S4 u-.'i 4.0 3 HI U 2' O.'J 12U 4 17.1'J 57.SO I. 3.75 I:, ill, i, ' i .V \\ u N. \\' M.'ir. i v» I:. II M- i'i, . fri-ight. 1/iidKu work •i .son. labor . , man, la bur . . ul ol .Muk la, palm \\ a.].- i '....ii. patrol Fr.-.l .1 i '.,un. patn A it l;aun,. lab(,r In).- .--it,-i I lal.or II. T. M.-'iiiiu-. KiadliiK . . bifk rihu. kt-ir./rd. snivel UariiKu. »tora«e .... Warner Product**. 1120 <> _ 7 !'>.'.', 7H 00 81 S7 . 7.3u 447.40 Klh.-rl Ifailon Wht-ekr l.i,i,iln-r lili,l«u & .Sup. '',, . MU|,I,II,-H ...... 7."i.V'j< \\ln.-U-r l.iiinlit'l- Bridge & Hup. l'o.. MipplluH 8i>2 21 M A1N T K N A N C K F L 1 N D "riudtn Auto Co. wupplk-fi not allowed Hrad.v Trur»f,;r & titurujfo Co., frfcliflu 35.38 City ut MKUH.I. liulit nt-rv. . S.30 H W. pi,»t, freight 4.77 M. J. l>uffy, Co., Trua»., adv. freight 1.20 1'ont Tranufer Co. ficl«ht.. 2.»4 Jay (Sodden, patrol Wilbur A. Finder, patrol . Ed liaker. patrol Elmer Ewlng, putrol H. T. Turley, patrol Bauin. labor ... .1. E. Smith, patrol Harold Evaim, labor J. H. Montgomery, patro Hugh Buturficld. putro 2.10 ' .Xlke Haker. patrol 12.00 15.75 3.00 2.30 4.50 11 10 5.25 11.85 3.00 3.80 E. L. Hub*r. labor Jon M. Bauer, patrol Tom Weir, patrol Hotter Elb*rt. labor Hubert Mermen, labor .. Ed Fuchs«D, labor Wm. F. Gronbttcb, patrol S. D. McDonalJ, patrol Joliu tt»n»elman, labor .. Harry Helmke. labor . Bert HhJllmyor. patrol .. Wm. O. Ludwltc. palrol .. Clifford Holme*, patrol .. Lyell Miller, patrol 9(1.16 10.00 91.00 102.00 87 50 77.00 8400 4860 92,40 101.50 91.00 154 20 84 50 91.00 101.70 91.00 115.00 94.50 108.40 145.82 142.48 S14J (2.75 96.20 82.36 :rM»iiT IIP c - or%TV, May .11, 193' Stat,. i-nuu I ACCor.NT.s'iYv KUNIJ.S 1:13 unly .'II J. I»|-PFV. TICi:AM lll:it OK r the r.-rloil from ,lai . 1st in:; .STATI:MI;.NT OF 1 ial a i Jim. l.iajr l:<-i,-l|,t» I,|8bur«<!m,-nts ^ ____ I eo.N'ii.ii t :-»,r,iiii.iii old A is.- "" " <I,-licral Court I I'"IT -...".... •'laic Ini-an,- . I •-,- Til x .S-i-on.ll, I y |j,|. l-;in,-i x-ni-y *M\i'£* n \' 1 "' Mulnl •"•--' County Caul County Hcliool .Soldlri-B' l;,-n,-f lirlilKe Hfinil . C.,. c a *h |:,|. Ulvert'-.l Int Srhool |,|»t | Motor I'rlni-lpul of Wrl <Vmel,-iy Mil.*-; ,7'Jh O I.OIIKt. Ma'l ii't.' tOlill . . . Hoii.l prvht .n,,ary . l MU 17 I'.His.r.ii r,«« n 7.»0<..i,l 319 S3 K.11U.«:. '•, .'I3..12H.S3 «.7)7.K» 1MK2.97 CI.J9J 33 1K.SSS.77 i;.40l'.63 1.701 15 2.72U.29 77.«07.7S 4.48S.7-' -17..',»() 17 4.KJ.MO 'sxiiivi <2.367.1J 1H.9HH.5U 1.7*4 71 SI6 II 24.151.17 2.720.2'J 301.25 110.31V 50 Tt-inpotary IVafdieiM 1 Id l:,,vlni. T. H ... nieMlr Animal . unty Kn| r (ii-oiin ''||y .Spi-i-lal Adm-MBi upoiallon FundH .-Vhool I i|»t. KuiiiU In IIIUK.- <*reilltn "vi-rdraftn .... I'l I IM. liond it<-ili ni 'd, Ai^HeHMinent ^ •'• I!.,ad AHMIUM l!,I.IIH.-» . ov-rdrafl* TOTAI S52 91 l'.:!0».:is 6.1S.1S IS7.81 S.01U lij .11 2.104 lili I.1SH.75 17D IH il.177.1!, •j.i<n.»» !!l.072.3-1 . tas.Bo •-'.3H7.25 h» ar, 2,946 00 2.19'i.H I.5«».S| Sl.ll 1,9,33 211.2HI.6K -'4.279.19 «:: 553.75 1.497.31* 354 «1 2,215.49 10.00 $799 161 88 i:i:ci : :ii*T.-i 810.10 1,510.44 l.r,r,».4« .•II.74S.29 -•lo.M8.37 15,508.20 64.733.75 1727.40237 Halanrp May 1. 19a7 I 5.H98.1I ;i.l>79.2X U.9I9.H 006.13 22.194 59 7.581.32 1,796.17 SI.178 LV! KI2.27 59.42 B3.S57.S1 Z7.2H 2IH.82 333.50 3.039.93 12.748.82 is.:s 11.25* 31 23,269.3>> 340.71 E.»20.:5 117.84 552.91 4.645.2X 1,320.59 179.2H 6,231.86 51.064.39 106.174.41 9»1.5» 658.75 170.48 4,908.61; 9.88 1501 jams 961»* 1500.831.94 On II;.i KIOIII I Prom I IV . ri,.-wi-r. etc.) i .Ian. I. l'j.17 oni Tai,-» la.'j,; nal.y""in?,'V^'t '^,[",.^,7 "'"""•'''"•'>—' lo.ilnaKi- Tu«f« ft '.'.'.'. il> .S),, . i.,| A«to,-KMiii.-nl,H ital.- lii^l.wuy lU-n-intH lanolin.- Tax ' Hd A«- I',-n«|,, n l>lv.,ii,-.| lnl,-rt ; .st Molui- Ciiri I-r .... I'rl. lioail Ilonil It,- • |,|,-,,n '1-liM-lpal of S, hool fund '.'.'.'.'.'.','.'. nti-i I-KI ul Srhool Fund '..'.'.'.'.'.'. I t-acKt-m l-^xainlnatlon und liiMtltute Keen «tale Aiipropiialloii for Tt-ui-liur* Inmltute' -di-lnpt. (h'tatt) c of Automoliiltj Nurnliers a'rii! -Inex and Korfvlturvii from Clerk ... und KurfL-lturc* from other Offlcern i MN rr • ' I'alU-titu la .Stale InHlitulionM . . • .' 1'itlt-nlH In r'ounty Inntllutlon* of I'.odu,-,. ut County Home uf Srlioul Flookl) from County Auditor '.'.'"' ftoni Conniy TruitNurvr from County Kocorrltr fion, n,. r ic ,jf Dlgtritt Court .... fvoTn S'n-rlff ' •Hansons licrc-lpta .'.'.' ••f.-i.- f i Fund*—Automobile Ket» ' llhcr Ti TOTAI. liKCEIPTH Stale Treasurer's RcoHntii Bounty Audllor'n Warrant* Valnaur Bonds. Warrant* & Jnieriht Bounty BondM Hedeemed . . n I. .-lent on County Bonds 'rlmurv Hoad Bund* Redeemed nlerunt on Primary Road Boudx . .'. .11.228,234.31 Amount 34.2J6.81 I ?!'S 5 ! 53 IS. 858.14 19.000.00 5,14125 4 ' 000.00 runaffm to Fuii(l» Balance on Hand May 31, 1937 TOTAL I. M. J OuRy, Trta*urifr of hat the report given abovi- |» a " ad by me a » said treasurer d period 11. OS 40.077.27 500,831.94 TT^iliTlI Jlun ««"r < ». »" • h *f eb>r certify xpeclfled. M. J. DUFFY County Troaiurer.

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