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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 19,1937 SWEA CITY GIRL MARRIED UNDER TREE ON FARM Bride of Fairmont Man on Old Home Place Last Sunday Swea City: At four oclock Sunday afternoon the wedding of Miss Bernice Pehrson to Mnrtin Swanson ^of Fairmont took place. The ceremony took place under a large birch tree on the lawn of the bride's old home, the farm now tenanted by her brother, Roy Pehrson. , Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Roy P£hrson sang "I Love You Truly," and the bridal party took their places to the strains of Lohengrin's march played by Mrs. Robert Pehrson, n sister-in-law. The ceremony was rend by Rev. O. B. Endersen of Grace Lutheran church in Fairmont. The bride was attired in whit* lace over taffeta, with a waist- length veil of tulle. She was attended by her sister. Miss Florence Pehrson and the groom's sister, Miss Esther Swanson. The groom was attended by two friends, C. L. Erlckson and Arlo Lane, both of Fairmont. Following the ceremony a two- course luncheon was served to 20 guests, with Mrs. John A. Anderson and Mrs. Anna Larson In charge. The bride's table was decorated In pink and white, the centerpiece Swing Band With The Big Revue At Fair Rehearses Here Comedians, singers, dancers nnc musicians—nearly half a hundred musical comedy celebrities—willl be on hand at the Kossuth County Fair when the big musical, "Diamond Revue", is staged before night crowds in the grandstand. "Diamond Revue" fairly glitters with new ideas, new features and the swing and abandon of peppery youth—the kind of swift moving entertainment that nearly everyone looks for now-a-days. There's a snappy band, carried by the show itself, that provides enough entertainment in its part of the show to satisfy most anybody. Then, there Is one of the best dancing choruses ever to tour fairs, each of the young ladies having been trained in the best professional schools the show- world can boast. The band is under the personal direction of Randolph Avery, well knewn along Broadway for his ear- teasing tunes and special musical show arrangements. Avery is responsible for a number of the show's hit numbers. Scenery that stretches out before the grandstand for 100 feet, forms a picturesque background for the galaxy of entertainers. The scene is lighted up with many new effects, including the newest outdoor novelty—Indirect lighting. Now the mere click of a switch brings about tones in color and pastel shading never before dreamed of by the producer of shows to be staged in the open. Whittemore Girl Weds Young Man At Charles City Whittemore: A pretty wedding temore vicinity, graduated from the high school in 1935. She has been was held in the First Baptist church in Charles City, August 1, when lona Myrtle, the second oldesl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett C. VVitham of Whittemore, anc Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Green of Charles City were united in marriage at a double ring ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Geo. Vouga at seven o'clock. Attendants were Miss Ilah Green, sister of the groom and Clifford Henderson. Both the bride and bridesmaid were attired in gray silk ensembles with navy accessories. The bride grew up in the Whit- employed at the Cedar Inn in Charles City since last March. The groom has for a number of years worked at the Oliver factory. The :ouple will make their home in Charles City. being: three-tiered angel food cake baked by Mrs. Roy Pehrson and the bride's sister, Mrs. Edna Pons- ness. Six nieces and nephews of the bride, namely Ardella and Pearl Hovey, Darlene Ellis and Vernon Pehrson and Keith Griffith acted as waiters. The bride is the youngest daughter of the late John E. Pehrson and his wife, and since graduating from the Swea City high school, has been employed at the Wolf-Habein store in Fairmont. Mr. Swanson Is deputy treasurer of Martin county, Minn. The couple left Sunday afternoon for a three weeks' trip to Yellow- atone, Denver and the Black Hills. The bride's going-away costume is a suit of brown wool, with a brown halo hat and brown accessories. They will be at home In Fairmont after Sept. 1st Bancroft Reunion Wesley: The Walter Thompso home at Bancroft was the scene o a happy family reunion Sunday August 8th, when a large group o relatives and friends from Milwau kee. and Antigo, Wis., Britt, Algona Whittemore, Lone Rock, Burt, Swea City, Bancroft and Wesley, gather ed for the day. The meeting also was in celebration of the 70th birth day anniversary of Mrs. Emily Heidenwith of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sharrar and children of Orange, California, are spending this week at the Sim Bern- Is home. Mrs. Sharrar is a sister of Mrs. Bemls. On Trip To Chicago Mrs. Fred Lehman and granddaughter. Alvera Behnke, left Sunday evening for Chicago. They will visit at the Chas. Lehman home Alvera will spend most of the time with her sister, Esther, who is a student nurse. Alvera will stay for a week and her grandmother will remain for an extended visit. SEXTON NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT MONEY $50.00 and up for any worthy purpose We have now available a MONEY CREDIT SERVICE whereby we can assist you with your financial problems. Cash advanced to both married and single persons on your own security and signature, which can be repaid in small monthly installments. Your furniture, auto and livestock may be used as security. We will be glad to talk with you (confidentially of course) about arranging a loan to meet your needs. P. J. KOHLHAAS See Us For Lowest Rates on New or Used Cara The Aid 'will meet with Mrs. Sarah Wise next Thursday afternoon, August 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise attended a family dinner at LuVerne Sunday at the home of Grandma Voss. W. J. Green spent the week end at home. He Is employed with the Metz Construction Co., working near Ida Grove. •filbert Hogberg, Rock Is- with her niece, Mr*. Herman'Wise in her new home in Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bond and two sons of Kearney, Neb., visited last week at the Clarence Priebe home, northwest of town. Mr. Bond is a brother of Mrs. Priebe. Tom Burger and son. Don, cf McLain, 111., visited Mrs. Sarah Wise and family a few days last week. They al.so visited the Arch Burgers at Burt. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent Sunday at Mason City, taking Mrs. Henry Hawley and her granddaughter, Constance Joy DeWilde home after they had spent last week at the Sanders home here. Mrs. Hawley is a sister of Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Robert Hardkopf and children, Jean, Jerry and Patricia, of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Curran and daughter, Patricia and Helen Buckner, sister of Mrs. Curran of Los Angeles, were dinner guests Saturday at the A. L. Greenfield home. Mr. Curran and Mrs. Hardkopf are nephew and niece of Mr. Greenfield. Elizabeth Norman Bride Thursday At Livermore Ceremony St. Joe: Elizabeth Noonan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noonan will become the bride of Frank Reding, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding, Thursday morning, August 12th, in the Sacred Heart church in Livermore at 7 o'clock. Father Costello will perform the ceremony. A reception will be given at the home of the groom's parents to the immediate relatives. A wedding dance will be given the same evening at the Floral Hall in Algona. Whittemore News Collarbone Injnrrd Raymond Kollasch had the mis- 'ortune to fracture his collar bone Wednesday, when he fell off a hay rack. Raymond had to be taken o Fort Dodge where the bones were let. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Wolgast and daughters. Geraldine and Eleano of Waterloo visited at the Curti Sheidler home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Krogmele and little son of Fort Madison, re turned to their home Tuesday eve ning after spending last week a the Russel Saunders home here. Kohlhaas & Spllles, mdse. .. 4.36 W. A. Richardson & Sons., painting 108.55 K. D. James, mdse • 1.02 Cresco-Union Electric Co., signs Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Kirsoh Laundry, laundry.... Algona Upper Des Moines, printing General Fund, transfer ..SO.OOO.CK 3.94 153.89 5.7: 6.30 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary Frank Ostrum, salary Harry Barton, salary Laura Mitchell, salary 75.00 130.00 130.00 110.00 Earl Bowman, labor 132.00 John Isaacson, et al, labor 305.58 Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. 2.53 97.56 57.50 Lelghton Supply Co., mdse. 431.28 Americsan Cast Iron Pipe Westinghouse Electric Supply, mdse Western Metal Products, mdse. Council Minutes Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert are parents of & girl born Saturday. Helen Farrel of Mason City spent :he week end with her mother, Mrs. Nell Farrel. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weydert of Bode are parents of a girl born at the local hospital, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCaughley of rtason Cty visited at the Peter Fuchsen home a few days last week. Mrs. Emmet Twait of Cylinder was operated on for appendicitis at he local hospital Sunday. Ella Uurke is her nurse. Mr. and Mra. Alfred Blerstedt of Falrvllle are parents of a 10H p&und boy born Friday. This Is You Get Greater Power AT THE DRAWBAR with A ROW CROP State-supervised tests prove that the Oliver Row Crop Tractor delivers 24.40 drawbar horse power and 29.72 belt horse power. It actually delivers 82% of its belt horse power as pulling power at the drawbar. If you are looking for outstanding fuel economy—for long life—ease of operation—and the finest line of mounted equipment in the world, let us tell you more about the Oliver Row Crop Tractor. The valve-in-head motor ia force-feed lubricated at all points of high speed nriA heavy duty and ia evenly cooled from top to bottom. It turns fuel into power as efficiently as the famous Tip-Toe drive wheels turn power into traction. If you are in the market for a tractor, you are going to want this one. See ustodayl OLIVE R Mra. Margaret Poich, daughter Cary Lucy and son John of Bt ames, Minn., are visiting with Mrs. Lena Elbert this week. John Edward Burke returned to Vew Hampton Saturday after hav- ng spent a month with his father nd aunt, Frank and Ella Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wulner and oseph, Jr., and Mrs. Josie Cram- r and Charles of Chicago, were guests at the Peter Schumacher tome Thursday. Mrs. H. C. Meyer left Friday vening for Madison and Kenosha. Vis. At Madison she will visit at he Sylvester Ahlcrs home. Mrs. Meyer will be gone a week. Mr. and Mra. Bernard Schrier of Milwaukee, spent a few days the first of the week with Mrs. Anna Ringler and other relatives here. Mrs. Schrier was formerly Edith Ringler. Edwin Mallory. John Lottman, Jr., and John Lottman. Sr., of Jolly, Iowa, spent Sunday at the Maurice Mallory home. Edna Skobow of Emmetsburg visited at the Mallory home Monday. Mr. and Mra. Albert Esser and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond EVsser visited with Irene Baser at the Mercy hospital Sunday. Irene has been in the hospital for the last month with a tooth infection and is getting along nicely now. Mrs. O. A. Poirot and son, Bob and Mrs. Gertrude Spillea drove to New Hampton Monday to visit at the Frank Spilles home. Mrs. Poirot and son will return the latter part of the week and Mrs. Spilles will stay for a longer time. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Braatz and family and Alvina Braatz of Mapleton. Minn . visited at the Louis Braatz home Sunday. They were accompanied here by Ella, Dorothy and Bobby Braatz who had been iff Minnesota for the past six weeks with relatives. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz. July 29, 1937: City Council me at City Hall in regular session. The mayor and all of the councilmen were present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. A motion was carried that N. C Rice be notified to remove the hazard of the Opera House remains Motion carried to vacate part o: the alley south of the Kate Wernert property and that north half be :leedcd to Kate Wernert. Motion carried to extend storm sewer from the corner of Church and Lucas to Lucas and Phillips Motion carried that S E corner of intersections at Thorington and Call street and Dodge and Call be widened to correspond with S W corner of these intersections. The petition of several beer permit holders asking that the closing hour for selling beer be extended to 1 hour later on the day of Aug. 11 was rejected due to the fact that request was contrary to ordinance. A resolution was passed fixing budget and levying taxes. The following bills were allowed: Appropriating Ordinance No. 463 ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 19S.OO Leo Bellock, salary 115.00 Leo Bellock, salary 25.00 Leo Bellock, labor F. C. Dalley, salary 140.00 5.00 Tom Halpin. aalary 135.00 "HH H. HS. Stephenson, salary .... 130.00 Ray Barton, salary 130.00 C. C. Wright, salary 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary 140.00 Ernst Thlel. meter reading . Harold Roth, labor B. E. Johnson, labor Eleotric Supply Co., mdse. . Midwest Supply Co., mdse. Elect. Co., Electric Co., 31.80 105.60 64.40 889.99 54.82 118.76 52.92 4.80 320.20 534.30 167.70 Fulton Iron Works, mdse 131.12 John A. Clark mdse. Albertson rmhe. W. D. Allen Mfg. Co.. mdse. General Electric Supply Corp.. mdse. . Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse Weatinghouse Electric Supply, mdse. Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. Fort Dodge Tent & Awning Co., mdse Shell Petroleum Corp, gas oil Shell Petroleum Corp, gas oil C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., freight on oil Treasurer of State, sales tax tax on electricity Chicago Journal of Commerce, subs Gillette Pub. Co., subs .... A. Cohen, subs Great Western Laboratories, mdse Ry Express Agency, express H. W. Post, freight N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service Western Union, service 69.68 40.00 685.42 333.08 616.93 434.95 3.75 2.00 3.00 11.85 5.25 67.56 24.36 1.41 Co., pipe :.. 1,289.42 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., freight on pipe 233.81 Wigrrtan Co., mdse 412.89 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., mdse 207.30 A. P. Smith Mfg. Co., mdse. 4.97 National Tank Maintenance Corp., contract 995.00 Treasurer of State, sales tax on water 89.85 J. J. Hlnnman, Jr., water tests 2( H. W. Post, freight 5.9 Dutch Super Service, gas 30 Skelly Oil Co., gas 8.7 Laing & Muckey, mdse. .. 3.0 C. A. Heard, repairs 1.5 Oeo. Holtzba'uer, mdse 8.8 Vic's Service Station, mdse. 10.1 GENERAL FUND F. W. Green, salary 130.0C F. W. Green, dogs 3.BC H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 72.0C H. A. Van Alstyne, advance R. H. Valentine, salary .... Max Messing et al, special police W. W. Sullivan, postage W. C. Dau Garage, repairs Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse Credits to correct error In assessment made by assessor In 1936, reason a note and mortsase for $2,000.00 each cover-in* the same debt were added and Sirs. Rntterworth wfts assessed on J4.000.00 instead of $2,000.00. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Fra^er that County Auditor 19 horpby Instructed to Issue a warrant In the amount of $1146.42 from the funds of Drain H. K. 5-S7, the amount necessary to redeem tax sale certificates numbered TIM and 916. This be- in? done to protect the district's Interest In tax sale Xty. 2367 and in accordance with Section 759 of the J935 Codo of Iowa. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Fraser that the taxes on SWli Section 35, Township 97, Range abated. Ayes: All. nge 28 be . On motion Board proceeded to Audit and Allow Mils as "per Schedule of Claims hereinafter written." COUNTY FUND Rupert Luedtke, lity. Paul Dettman, My. _ ~_ Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., tele. serv. City of Algona, llRht'fervr " 1.00 63.56 46.96 2.39 J.Ol) 1.00 1.16 25.00 4.50 ..'.. 749.10 2.W s.co 50.0C 110.0C 12.0C 15.00 24.87 5.7i 2.4 Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil . N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service 4.09 Jesse Lashbrook, salary .. 125.W Elliott Skilling. man & team 192.50 Willard team Gregson, man & 201.74 •Geo. Gunder, labor 117.8: Frank Skilling. labor 113.18 Oliver Bakkcn, labor 111.65 John Helmers. labor 115.88 Chas. Harvey, labor 108.57 Herman Lyons et al, labor .. 53.55 Jess Hill, gravel 78.00 Erlck Nelson, labor 121,5( Joe Dunn et al, labor 107.0C Joe Dunn et al, labor 1,045.71 Clear Lake Sand & Gravel Co., mdse 93.10 Clear Lake Sand & Gravel Co., mdse 153.11 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., freight on sand 159.54 52ag!e Iron Works, mdse. .. 135.86 Fames B. Clow & Sons, mdse. 54.00 Town of Bancroft, calcium chloride 248.15 H. W. Post, freight on cal. chloride 30.00 Ft Dodge Steel & Foundry Co.. mdse 249.54 i W. Post, freight 16.92 >es Moines Steel Co., mixer 293.66 lotaford Lumber Co., mdse. 185.32 Jutch Super Service, grease .35 larrls Bros., gas and oil .. 31.60 Tarol Johnson, gas and oil.. 26.59 Skelly Oil Co., kerosene : 8.77 tflllt MfltfT V"i —r-Tit -. 9-67 lelson Hdwe., md*e. .~.~. J .. r C. A. Heard, mdse Cohlhaas & Spilles, mdse k. D. James, mdse 'iremen's Insurance Co., ins. on street sheds esse Umbenhower, care of dump hos. Akre, rent Kirs. A. M. Collinson. salary Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent .... Tatt Parrott & Sons. mdse. Algona Upper De3 Moinea, printing \dvance Publishing Co., printing Clipto Loose Leaf Co.. mdse. eague of Iowa Municipalities SWIM POOL FUND Evelyn Smith, salary hll Bergfleld, salary Job Sellstrom, salary ....'.. Omer Kelly, salary >Vm. Vanderwerf et al, labor Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. N. W. Bell Tele Co., service Tiompson-Hayward Chem- 1.TS 25.04 .42 31.50 25.00 10.42 20.00 25.00 7.75 111.61 149.55 1.02 20.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 3.65 6.31 3.32 18.71 Railway Bxprpsx AKt-ncvi frelKht _ ' Thomas Vltzthmn, 7itv7~I p rank Capcslus. lity." II. W. Post, freight W. W. Sullivan. P. M.V~P~ost- ase W. W. Sullivan, P. ~ 11." post- ase Kllpto l,oose Leaf ~ Co.T sup- Piles . '•I. W. 1'ost. freight" Urs. O. S. Lund, InyT 3 C. B. Murtash, achoof'Tund ietty Sheridan, snTaTy'IHI lary .K Sands, salary 9000 loaella VolKt. salary 6600 Dorothy T. Shatto. saFary 6&00 Lucille Dole, salary _ " 50 00 W. B. McDonald, comm. and session . 199 S W. S. Cosgrove, comm." "and session 173.00 F. vvm. Baum, comm. and session 594 J. H. Fraser," comrn"and"8es- sion 23.85 Chas. Morrlsv comm"and~^!es- s '°" - 114 no H .W. Po8t."fr;iiht 334 R. e i'». TV^I"--. J - .£• >"":::: M.a 13.00 Lynn Kuchenreuther, patrol ST>.S5 J." E. Falk, patrol 1NUO Wilbur A. Fisher, patrol 136.00 H. T. Turley, patrol 91.0» Clarence Baum, labor 45.50 Mike Baker, patrol 94.85 J. H, Montgomery, patrol KM J. E. Smith, patrol S9.25 Hugh Butterfleld, patrol 94.60 Elmer Ewing patrol 102.80 Ed Baker, patrol . S7.50 Jay Oodden, patrol SS.90 Alton Pettlt, patrol 1M.OO Earl Earing, patrol 95.55 Mervln Marlow, patrol 91.00 J. F. Qulnn, patrol 91.00 James Long, labor 61.SO Leo D&lperciang, patrol 104.SO Arnold Delperdang, patrol 115.00 L. J. Hendren, labor 10.00 XValter Schwartz, labor 2400 Charles Peterson, labor 9.00 Peter N. Thllees, lahor 17.501 Dwljtht Qraham, labor 3.00 Will KnlRht. labor ""II" 19.SO E. O. Stln strom, labor 12.80 E<1 XVlllard, labor !!!!!!! 9.00 Albert Bosma Jr., labor . _ 9.00 James Kelso. labor R2.SO M. C. Thill, labor „!!!!!!!!!! 47.SO- A. Peters, labor S.2S Ernst G. Thlel. const, fees""" , n '; I ° reen - marshal fees "~ 3.00 w er t, H 'c, Nordln ' J ' p - fe(?s — 3.00 3.05 90( 64.37 65 W 19'"0 W - - -- - ---.-..., u . ». HTVO __ . H. Steward, const, fees R. A. Evans, coroner's fees National Reemployment Serv." office exp. C. H. Ostwrinkie. d"e"Ta~x~co" Evelyn Dolt', salary Wm. Shirley, office ?xj> tasey Loss, M. and lods~~of prisoners L. A. Wlnkel7~offlce~exp7 U. W. Grippen Co.. supplies"" 2 Srt Nelson Hardware, supplies " 407 Hoenk Motor Serv., supplies " 'I' "—-ire Holtzb.iupr, supplies ~ 4 02 Cleaners, supplies 59 Motcfori] Lumber Co. rnifpTuu) Kohlhaas & Spllle*. supplies L.. F. Towne. supplies " A. K. Anderson, weed "oiiim >r. C. M. Cretzmeyer. rned. II. H. Cownn A- Son. lalior Fidiar nnd Chambers ci>~ D. James, supplies '.Ion Office Supply, puppfies MJS Lo0! " ? I '*' af c '°" s "f >: 3 :>9 3. .-,2 IS. 31 7.1.10 2.00 MX) 6.76 .71 11.18 A. E. Weaver.'boiiiity~Not"allow'p<t •eo L. Ludwlv. bounty Kenneth K. Anderson, bounty i*lmer Boyken. bounty <lck Ktftnlinrd. bounty 3eo. ButterflelJ Jr., bounty Haj? K ard * Waller, printing "" Advance Publishing Co.. prlnt- In^ -___._. Jancroff RnrTsteK'prlnUnr ill!S fe O. Wolfe, printing "" goo Kossuth County Farm Bureau! ar»prop. 28333 '• P- Bckholm. local registrar* 3.00 42.10 1.HO .» LOO 1.00 212. SI , . Wortman. local registrar I. H. Dreyer. local registrar Mary Elaine Devlne, local registrar I. A. Thompson, local reigls" trar _„ .__.._,. William Boyken, locaF""fegii~ trar R. H. nnnellT'iocYf regfitrar .dan Carlson, locai registrar lorence Hof. local registrar *red A. Dlekman, local regli- Henry Chii»Uan»enT "weed comm. „„„_ _i 4.7S 3.00 4.75 3.2G 2.0 4.60 39.75 3.00 2.2E Hiram Boeckholt, supplies f. P. Johnson, supplies firaham Store, supplies H. D. Clapsaddlp, supplies McCormlck-Deerlng Store, supplies • . Thompson Yards Inc., "supplies Kossnth County Impl. Co., supplies _._ __ Elhert Garage, supplies Harper Brush Works, supplies J. M. Blanchard, supplies Beed Hardware, supplies Botsford Lumber Co., supplies Oreenberg Auto Supply, supplies Kosmith Motor Co.. supplies" I Arthur Pehrson. supplies Thompson Yards Inc., supplies P. S. Norton & Son, supplies H. & H. Chevrolet Co., supplies Swea City Impl. Co., supplies George Holtzbatier, Supplies Dutch's Super Service, supplies Kohlhaas ft Spilles, supplies • 3. S3 .fil 34.89 6.05 Jim Chubb, labor 25.42 Carl Garrett labor j.. 71.05 Harold J. Hogan, labor «.«7 James Kelso. labor 1.45 M. C. Thill, labor 1.08 Oaylord D. Shtimway, labor. .90 Dr. H. K. No. 8— Harvey Hagen, labor 2.73 Roy Enochson, labor I.S2 Dr. P. A. K. No. 1— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer 7.86 Gaylord D, Shumway, attorney , 2.00 Concrete Products Co., supplies 10.44 Dr. W. K. 20^S— <Nels Rank, labor 1.97 Nels Rank, labor 2.98 POOR FUND DISTRICT NO. 1 Mrs. Geo. Jergens, care 4.00 Miss Bertha Daniels, wheel chair , 30.00 Sanford * Lindpbak, fuel _ 48.67 Mill Louise Williams, care ... 35.0D Viola Behnke, care 16.00 C. H. Lichty & Son, supplies. 8.93 Richard Wegner, supplies 9.77 Humboldt Trust & Savings Bank, note 30.25 Dr. Corbln, med. 13.75 Dr. Kenefick, med. 100.00 Mrs. Geo. Jerffens, care 6.01) Mrs. Geo. Jorgens, care 4.00 Mrs. Elsie StPiissy, care 44.29 Kossuth Hospital, care 30.25 H. W. Geelan. prov. 14.84 Cut Rate Groc., prov. 12.00 Klnseth & Son, prov. 12.00 15 97 H. R. Zumach. prov. . 28.00 ]n.«) Huff Restaurant, prov. 6.00 R 40 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson 1 , 80.53 'labor B5.00 33 jo C. H. Llch-ty & Son, supplies lfl.33 5.82 C. H. Lichty, rent 6.00 DISTRICT NO. 2 45 SI Dr. Kenefick. med. 109.00 S.55 Kossuth Hospital, care 129.60 Cut Rate Gros., sup. 34.5* 7.46 Dr. Cretzmeyer, med. 16.60 4S W IT. Fraser, med. _ 10.88 9.4B Dr. 'Bourne, med. 34.75 22 SI t'r. Clapsaddie, med. 27.00 2537 Alex Miller, rent 10.00 243.20 Dr. Wallace, med. _ 1.00 39.05 Dr. H. M. Olson, dental 3.00 Paul & Williams, graveling . 7*9.61 A. H. Borchardt, med. . . 14.2S Paul & Williams, graveling 7230.18 K. D. James, med. 6.11 TItonka Telephone Co., tel. Mary Webster, care "~ 26.00 serv. 6.86 XX'. T. Pllcher, prov. " 9.93 Central States Electrical Co., H. R. Sorenson, prov. 16.00 light serv. J.02 R. A. Clark, prov. " I960 Central States EriectrTcafco" light serv, Iowa Public Service Co"~fighT. gerv. Itasca Alloy Co7.~"s"upplles Overton Chemical Co., supplies K. & H. Oil Co., supplies American Hoist & Derrick Co., supplies Austin XX'pstern~"Road""MachT Co.. supplies Glbbs-Cook Tractor & Equip. Co., supplies . rtalbach Co., supplies " Peerless Oil Co.. supplies"!!" J. D. Adams Co.. supplies Arnold Motor Supply Co., supplies J. I. Merryman, "bridge"vfoi-k Electric Service Co., supplies Ft. Dodse Machine & SuppTy r"o., supplies Sllso Iron Store Co.,VuppHps Inwa Mach. & Supply Co" suppllf.i S/eg Fort Dodfre "'o7,"Vu"ppfies Sargent Macti. Co.. supplies Owatonria Tool Co., supplies" Standard Rparlngs Co., supplies Rarton-XX'arner Co., supplies Central Auto Electric Co., supplies Kelley piles 66.14 \v Thomson Co"sup~ D~KATNAT;E"~FUND~ Yards, Inc., aiip- Dr. 4- Thompson Piles —__„ 1.41 Dick Baade. labor 2.00 E. O. Stenstrom. labor 2S.OO Ed Willard, labor 2LOO Dr. No. 5— Gaylord D. Shumway, attor- C. fi. Johnson, prov, 18.00 1.28 Botsford Lumber Co., fuel _ 11.85 Mrs. Myers, care lrt.00 J.5,1 Mrs. Dearths, rent !„. " 8.00 1S7.15 Mrs. J. E. Moulds, rent 8.00 153.00 A. M. Colllnson, rent ! 10.00 31.23 DISTRICT NO. 3 Kossuth Hospital, care 64.00 164.30 Cut Rate Groc., prov. " " 14.00 Dr. Cretzmeyer, med. * 10.00 36.43 Dr. Richardson, med. 15.00 . Fasbender's Store, prov. 6.00 13S.33 I Leo J. Hanlg, rent 10.00 41.66 IT. P. Doerr, rent " " 1000 BM.S4 DHSTRICT"VO?"4~" 2E.42 Dr. Kenefick, med. 1.00 Kossuth Hospll.il, care 26.00 99.49 Dr. cretzmeyer. mod. 10.00 615.M Dr. Fraser, med. 9.75 6.9G K. D. James, med. . " 3.88 Mrs. Clarence Nemmers. -care 18.00 72.23 Dr. Clapsaddle, med. 189.00 72.20 l>r. Etran. med. !!!!!"! 13Z.60 I'r. Mueller, med. go.0i> 47.05 Mrs. G. F. Wohnke, care . 42.M 63.li; X'npel's Store, prov. 600 61.51 H.H.d's Store, prov. 10.00 29.55 Kennedy's, prov. I 6.01 niomsters. prov. ~_ 38.00 18.60 Augusta Reitz, care 106O 1034.29 Arthur Llndsey. rent " 9.00 <'. H. Schrader. rent " 9.00 44.43 J. II. Sheridan, rent 2800 DISTRICT "NOT 5 Kossuth Hospital, care 9060 T>r. Mlnkel. med. !..!" 147.00 Dr. Lundqulst. med. 6.6O Dr. West, med. 60.00 Griffith Drug Co., med. 4.00 4.00 7.65 78.25 Kruse-Blossom Agency, ins. 7.50 Harris Bros. Station, gaa & oil . Dutch Super Service, gas & oil Skelly Oil Co., gaa & oil Skelly Oil Co.. ga* & oil Nelson Hdwe Co., mdse. . leal Co., mdse. Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse 92.58 Kirsch Laundry, laundry .. BoUford Lumber Co.. mdae. FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary Clapp'a Service, mdie. Claude P. Hooker Co., mdse. Supply SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, aalary BoUford Lumber Co., mdse. DEPOSIT FTND Geo. Steil Jr., et al, refund 34.08 25.66 45.00 38.52 43.18 30.00 19.13 120.00 deposit | Motion carried to adjourn. 5.80 Passed and approved this 29th day of July, 1937. .52 C. F. SPECHT, 11.37 Mayor. 8.57 ADAH CARLSON, .19 City Clerk. Klassie Motor Co. Pbone 714 Algona, Iowa Mrs. Leon Merrill Algona. spent Momi.iy with Mrs. <Jco. Johnson. HfUy Johnson i.s hpi-miing several il.iys with IJLT cousin, Alice Mae J'jnnMjn. Mr. ,iiui Mra. f'.iul ('lurk apt-lit Suiiil i> with reliitivuo in and around M u>uii ( 'ily. Mumi)i.-r.i of the Irvinglon Ladies' Anl ivcrv quests yesterday of thu HiusbyU-ri 111 Aid in Aljjona. Mr and Mrs. Mail Kelly visited Sunday with their youngest daugh- tf. Mrs. Halph Parsons. Irvingiou. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson. St. Bcnediu. were rallers at the Fred Mi-VVhorters, VVrutterncre, Sunday. Irene Captsius spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mro. Frank ('apcsius. Irene s> employed i;> Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson yp^nt Sunday at Clear Lake with Mrs. Lulu Jordan mid Edna. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan have been visiting here but have now reulrned lo California where both are employed. Tile Jordans vicinity. formerly lived in Ibis Want Ads Bring You Quick Result* BOARD PROCEEDINGS Ail. Motio 'Mvinif pauper .•<.-iv..'l: William "'loiiin. KJV Minard. William and .in.l f.imll'.. Tom l,..e. Jin Ice Mlllard Shoop- .4 Fiank Blair Mullin. Ayes: M,,riis tiiat K.tih iliLl ra y. A> i- lia'iin umJ aecu uded by Ixji-othy i.ilcil.- iJol.: each be jfiven .ie oi 1 fcj '-W per month in dals: All. by l-'r.t^. r and seconded by t'os^rov,: that Haum be appoint.:.! t<t make r.-l'ali j 'jit UK; following <iraii*=, Xo. 1. K. K .V... -'. No. i-. No. 111. No. *J. .V*. ::l. No »_•. No. M. No. 1W, and Lot «. of N'y. W. Ayes: All. Million by Morrli and aeuonJed by 3la.um thai Kias.-r bo appolntt.-d to mak-' nri^irj uij iJrain No. 1'yjij, .Sec- lion 7, loAiiaiiip 'ju. iHan^e «"7. Ayes: All. Mol!'.m i,.. 1 iJaum ah.l ^< Coiulcd by Ki o-a.-r that tiir- application for Cla^s "i"' beer [Jtrmit to iell beer, arid beer iiua-i of A. Iv Auiiersjon, of Stevens, be approve-}. Aieo: All. Mellon by Morris and seconded by liaum that a soldiers' exemption on >S>_, of l.l 4 :in,i Lot 5, LU...-U M, Al- li'Mia, Iowa, be approved. Ayed: All. Motion by Morris an-1 s^-comled by f'orftfrove that the final e.tlimateH of I'aul and William* be allowed. Secondary Kiiiiil Districts No. 4U, J«.34; No. *'J. Jllj.iil: No. :J75 A.. IH^ 13; No. .:<',. HUBS; No. IIS. laiK; No. 411. 1113.93: No. 410, Jl'ri.S'j: No. 4OJ. 177.20: No. 11-'. $i73.ii>; No. J7, Ki.«i; No. ill, 117.71 Ay.-*: All. Motion by <'od«rove and seconded by Kramer that th- 1'JWi tax, •» on I>ot ;. tlP/<:k &. Original Town i'lat of Lu Verne \ li: a,biil'-*i. reason county property Ay.-»: All. Motion by Morri* and Heconded by r'onisrove that Oharlei Haiiseti be glv- *-n a refund of £t.7X and an abatement of S».25, and that Joe Weip Jr. be charged witb 13467 taxes on real estate that was paid by Hansen due lo error on \'iM assessment. Ayes: All. Motion by Congruve and seconded by Baum that the salary of weed commissioners for 1337 be fixed at Iftc per hour and All. per mile mileage. Aye»: . Motion by Morris and seconded by Fraatr that an abatement of J1S.41 for personal tax charged aBaJnat Alice R. Johnson, who wa* asse&oed In Grant township In 1908, and who never had personal property In Grant towunhtp. Aytui: All. Motion by Fraier and seconded by Baura that a refund of £1.17 for Old Ages Pension tax paid by Anna Miller, of Lu Verne, reason not a citizen of United States. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by t'raser that the personal tax for the yearn llilS. U17, isii. U3, l'/.M, and l»i a^ajnat Ira Hewitt be abated as pur compromise with delinquent tax col- loctor and ajvistment of the Board. Ayes: All. Moton by Morris and seconded by liaum that Mrs O H. Bulterwortb b« tfiven an abatomeat of tax on (2,000.00 asseased valuation of Moneys and V. A. Schram, mtg. hrls Brandt. mt«r. . .ndrew M. Hansen, mtg. 'rye Mfg. Co.. supplies „ „ latt Parrott & Sons Co., supplies lark & Clark. println«".7IIII ohn Karst'-n. we«>d romni. CO CRT FL'ND .(•roy Farrell, lout warrant \is,ey Los.*, mileage INSANE FI:N"D •Catherine Mr-Kvuy, clerk*' fees asey Lo3-». sh»-rlff's fees .. Hutchison, comm. fees '. H. Cretzmeyer, exam, physician ('ONSTKI - CTI< >N Fi '.\ I) I. M. .Smith, ralaiy 'on T. Niisent. aalary ohn D. Fra.-«er, rodman Illtmi M<-Faddfn. roilmaiT ..I 'aul & WlliUims, «ra\el 'arrie J. Stinson, rlKht-of-way Valter L. Johnson, labor 'aul & Williams, gravel 'aul & Williams, travel •aul & Williams, gravel 392.61 'anl & William*, gravel 10>a/J5 J aul & Williams, gravel 29:1.43 J aul & Williams, gravel 10ct.4« lo(julre Bros., grading 1814.40 •aul & Williams, gravel 914.38 J. I. Merryman, bridge work 368.3) I'aul & Williams gravel 16M.94 Motiulre Bros., grading .II 2750.40 H. M. Smith, salary S45.00 Don T. Nugent, salary 1SO.OO John D. Fraser, rodman M.OO Milton McKadden. rodman W.OO Hirbert Merger*, patrol 89.00 Fred J. Coon, i*trol W.OO Joe M. Esser, patrol W.75 Kd Fuchsen, patrol . U5.OO K. L. Hu,ber. patj-ol _~~ 199.30 Ben Nolle, labor 19S.SO Oeorxe F. Graham, labor 30.00 Relnder Krominga, labor _!„_ 11S.30 A. J. Hlldman. labor 13.!»0 13.10 IT 00 21.00 75. 4a 12.00 12.00 211.00 . D70.03 100.00 53.40 744.49 Art Baum. labor 42.70 M. L. Worhy. i^trol 101.16 Jake Keller, laljor TC.SO Chester Alme, patrol Ui.35 Chris F. Nielsen, patrol 114.09 Jim Merryman, patrol 7S.OO Henry Christiansen, labor 16.00 Dick Baade. labor I..I S2.«0 Walter Johnson, labor 39.22 W. <j. Smith, labor 97.60 Trick dhackelford, labor 51.00 Spear & McVay, grading 470.80 WateHoo (.'oiidti uctlon Co., supplies 2S.W Waterloo Construction Co., supplies 69.57 Mrs. Anna Fandel, right-of- way 65.00 Howard French, adm., gravel. 67s.70 Herman Runkameler, gravel 133.70 Jul c Selfert. Kradlng »7«.73 Standard Oil Co., supplies 1M3.JU Wheeler dumber Bridga & Supply Co.. supplies Wesley News World, printing. Botsford Lumber Co., sup. K M. Christiansen, mtg. Alex Radig. mix. U. B Johnson. mt«. H. If. Ineyer. mix. Iowa Culvert & Pipe Co., supplies Standard Supply Co.. **upp!K-& MAINTENANCK FIJNJJ Austin Wentern Road Mach. Co.. lo»t warrant Cecil MuGinnfs, freight Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., ttl. service. Iowa Public S«rvlc<s~c7j7r Tight service Railway Express "Agency! freight Klbert (larage, supplies ('. & N. W. H'y. freight Paul & Williams, Kraveling Paul & Williams, graveling Paul & Willams. gravelng Paul & Wllllamii. graveling City of Algona, light serv. _.~ Art Baum, labor _ Wiyie Coon, labor Cecil McGlimis. freight M. C. Thill, labor IIIIII K. D. James, supplies l>lck Shackelford, labor H. W. Post, freight ...IIII'I Lee W. Holt, driven exams. H. W. Pool, freight Frank J. Burke, patrol .11.11 Win. K. (ironbach, patrol Tom Weir, patrol Harry HeJmke. patrof""III™ John Hariselmati, patrol'IIIIII William O, Ludwig. patrol Bert Shellmyer. patrol „.„ Ralph Markla. patrol 91 00 S. D. McDonald, patrol 10400 Peter Movlch, patrol M.GO CUfofrd Holmes, patrol " K.K 973.93 ll.'JO 9.11 400 4.00 400 4.00 297.31 1-11. S<7 2.90 tj.ta 19.00 4 1.S3 1.75 115.00 070.07 &21.86 UA.33 917.11 296,97 11.32 43.78 39.00 19.80 16.80 323.30 33.00 i.ae 12.00 3.86 M.OO 17.06 90.75 130.36 172.» M.OO M.SO I.yell W. Miller, iifttroi " Oliver Young, patrol IIIIII S3.50 116.60 ney --------------------E. Br. Dr. No. 6— Chan. K. Chubb, engineer ___ Gaylord D. Shumway, attor- 12.00 6.00 labor ________ 10.00 Dr. No. 7- Carl Garrett, Thompson Yards Inc., "supplies 2.51 Harold J. Hogan, labor 15.75 Mid - Continent Petroleum supplied 112.70 Standard Supply Co., supplies 1191.36 Dr. No. 12— George Looft. labor HOT D. B. Mayer, labor 16.00 Dr. No. IS— Chan. K. Chubb, engineer .. 6.00 Dr. No. 30— Dr. No. 20— Chas. K. Chubb, engineer B.W Dick Baade. labor 2.00 Thompson Yards Inc., supplies .67 Dr. No. 31- D. II. Mayer, labor l(i.0» (leonje Looft, labor l^.O") K. <:. Stenatrorn, labor 44.(W Dr. No. 60- Kd Willard. labor ::) 7) Arthur I'ehrson, labor"III"I" 3.00 Dr. No. 61— B. I*. I-ltch, labor K SO «'henter Pitch. lal.or " _" Ml 10 H. L. Fitch, labor " 1'ii Dr. No. ',:!- "" Caylord l>. Shumway attorney 6.00 No. >«— (iaylord D. Hhumway, attorney 133.10 Or. No. Milt. II. Majer. labor 30.00 <!eroKe Ixjofl, labor S..V1 Thomson Yards Inc., supplies u/j; Thompson Yards Inc., supplies __ Dr. No. K- Albert Kosma, labor . Henry Christiansen, labor Thompson Yards Inc., supplies Thompson Yards Inc., supplies „ Dr. No. f&- George Looft, labor D. H. Mayer, labor Dr. No. 90— Carl Garret.t labor . <'arl (larrett, labor Albert Bosma Jr., labor Henry Christiansen, labor Gaylord D. Shumway, attorney . . Thompson Yards inc., supplies Concrete Products Co., supplies ISI.68 Thompson Yards Inc., supplies ».0l Brady Transfer & Storage, freight S.S7 Iowa Culvert & Pipe Co., supplies . . £15.24 Dr. No. 86— James Kelso, labor . 8.00 M. C. Thill, labor „ «.00 Dr. No. 97— iBolsford Lumber Co., supplies „ .40 fhas. Wagner, labor 15.00 Dr. No. Ill— D. B. Mayer, labor 18.00 George I^ooft, labor Thomas Akre. prov. 77.09 Zender & caldwell. supplies .. U.63 Jraham's Store, supplies .„„ I.OT Dr. Wallace, m«d. . ----- , ^ r^Bourne.^med, ,. 3.SO !4.00 oo.oo «.74 3.S7 900 12.00 11 M 6.00 6.00 4.00 2.60 3.47 Mrs. Rose I. Sample, car „ _ 18.76 KoKsuth Hospital, care . . JL60 C. R. Smith, prov. 2Z83 H. M. Dyer. prov. ..IIIIIII" 15.W \Vllson's prov. 2000 Hill Top Dairy, prov. 668 Rock Island Lbr. Co.. fuel " 10.49 Moore A Crooks, rent 1000 Mrs. Ben Rtuhton, rent _ " 10.00 John Island, rent _____ W.OO OBMBRAL POOR Moe A J?Jogren, prov. ________ ».» ~ SI.OI) 4.20 4.39 Hllma Ostrum. labor Paul Berger. supplies"""! Graham's Store, supplies cotTNTY FARM" Frank L. Miller, light serv. _ John Hennlnir, labor Botsford Lumber Co., supplies WOO .- . ______ ....... 13.00 Dr. No. 13J— Gaylord D. Shumway, attorney _____________________ 2.00 Concrete Products Co., supplies -------------------- lk.93 Dr. No. 140- Dlck Baade, labor 4.00 Dr. 15«— Chas. K. Ctiubb, engineer ___ 6.60 Dr. No. 168— Carl Garrett, labor ________ M.OO Chas. E. Chubb, engineer ___ 12.00 Thompson Yard* Inc., supplies _____________________ 1.47 Thompson Yards Inc., sup- plle» ............ ________ 1.12 Harold J. Hogan, labor 9775 Dr. Sub 6 of 3— Ed Willard, labor __________ 3.00 E. G. Stenstrom, labor 4.00 Dr. E. K. No. 2— ..... K. G. Stenstrom. labor J.1.30 Ed Willard, .abor "" 990 Dr. E. K. No. 4- .......... E. G. Stlnstrom, labor 201 Ed WUlard. labor ...... 156 Dr. H. K. No. 3-38— Harry Frandseii, labor __ 3.08 John Collins, labor 4 11 Dr. H. K. No. 3-46- ......... Harry Frandsen. labor 6 41 John CoUlns, labor ________ " 8.64 Geo. Gerdes, labor 2.30 Dr. H.-K. No. 4-66— " ...... " Geo. Gerdes. labor 4 K H. K. No. 6-W— Koesutb County Auditor, taxes . __ 1146.42 Dick Baade, labor " 160 Dr. H. K. No. J~ " J. S. Rafdal. clean out _____ J. S. Rafdal, clean out Homer Nolle, labor _____ Botsford Lumber Co., supplies ___________ Harry Hogui, labor ________ Roy Enochson. labor ____ Rosenberg Lumber Co., roj>- Plle» ...... -------------Concrete Products Corp., supplies ________ „ BoUford Lumber Co., sup* piles ___________ __ Chaj. B. Chubb, engineer 448.86 40.96 2175 i.j» .90 2.07 UOW kohlhlas * SpUUs*, suppUe»"~ If.1* Geo. Holtxbauer. supplies .4* Frank W. Elbert, labor lOltt C. A. Heard, labor . 123 Mof'ormlck-Deerlng Store, supplies 35.J1 iossiith Inipiement Co., supplies 6.11 ' Fanners Klwalor Co., sup- I'lle.i J46.M Ml«>ourl - Kania.i chemical Corp, supplier 14.M l\. 1>. James", siip|,ll,.s 11.77 I'. H. Norton fi .Son. supplies 5,31 W. IS. Williams, labor X.U •iianilard Oil Co.. nii|.plb"*"III 30.57 lllISfiLVKH: Tl'.fit the I'ounty Aud- tor l» authorized to T.x.sue Warrants [or lilllu nlloweil at this meeting an 'per Hrhedule of Claims Hereinbefore Written." On motion Board adjourned until * o'clock a. m. August 9th. 1X17. E. 8. KINSESY. County Auditor. Auditor's Office. August », 1937. 9:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors of Kosauth County met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fraser that the fallowing record entry for 1937 budget be made as follows: Be It Remembered. That on this 9th day of August. 1937, the County- Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, met In session for the purpose of a hearing upon the budget estimate as fixed with the Board. There was present a quorum an required by law. Thereupon the Board Investigated and found that the notice of time and place of hearing has, according t* law and as directed by the board been published on the 20th day of July, 1197, in the Kossuth County Advance, on the 22nd day of July In the Algona Upper Dea Moines and the Bancroft "Register, official newspapers In said county, and that the affidavits of publication thereof was on file with, the County Auditor. Thereafter and on said day the estimate wan taken up and cortslder«4 and taxpayers heard for and against said estimate. No objections filed, and no taxpayers present. Thereafter and after hearing ail taxpayers desiring to be heard, the Board took up the estimate for final consideration and after being fully advised the Board determined that said estimate be corrected and completed so that when completed It should be In words and figures as stated herein. The Chairman of the Board and the County Auditor were thereupon directed to properly certify the estimate and to file the same In the office of the County Auditor as required by law. W. E. MeDONAIJ), Chairman. E. S. KINSBY, County Auditor. Motion by Fraaer and seconded by Coagrove that Charles Wilson bu given a cash alluw.ince of 15.00 per month. Aye*: All. Motion by Baum and seconded by Morris that the I'ollowlug resolution bu adopted: RESOLUTION 6 Suction ich land WITHRBAS, the SI/. N-BU 24, Township 99, Range 27 wh ____ _____ was assessed In Drainage District No (C and has received no benefits from said District Drain due to the fact that Lot No. 44B of said District was never completed. Therefore, as we find that Lot « of District Drain No. ffl, Kossuth county Iowa, was established and for some reason was not completed, we the members of the Board of Supervisors do hereby order that Lot 44 of Dla£•*$ Drain No. 82 be completed and that c- C. Sobarlacb be appointed aa engineer. w. E. MCDONALD. Chairman. a . ,, ,. . „ County Auditor. Motion by Coagrove and seconded by Fraser tnat C. T. Ohubb. J. V Moore, and H. M. Smith be appointed as appraisers for gravel on Secondary Road* for 1937. Ayes: All. """"" D pn, motion Board adjourned "Bne a s. K-iNajor, County Auditor.

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