The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1937
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fhe Aigoaa Ifaw flea Mftitrtg, A%oM, feim, Kov. 18, 199? North East Kossuth Page LAKOTA PASTOR, WIFE, HOSTS TO BUREAU SESSION Frerkings Entertain Ledyard Twp. Group Friday; View Movies Lakota: Ledyard township farm bureau put on a very successful meeting at the Presbyterian church parlors. Friday evening with the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking as hosts and H large crowd attended. The following gave short talks on various phases of farm work and organization: County Agent Brown, Lucile Pcpoon, H. D. A., Wayne Keith, county farm bureau secretary and the Rev. Hammer. Five reels of moving pictures were enjoyed, "Turn on the Water", "Eradication of Rats", two reels on haymaking and a comedy feature. Lunch was served it a late hour. The Christmas meeting will be held at the J. H. Wnrburtan home. Teachers at Meeting Among the rural teachers Grant School Set For Basket Schedule, '37-'38 who Grant school opens its basketball season next Monday against the strong LuVerne school. Grant's schedule is as follows with a few changes probable. Nov. 23, Ledyard boys and girls here. Nov. 30, Lakota boys and girls there. Dec. 3, Swea City boys and junior high here. Dec. 7, St. John's boys and junior high there. Dec. 10. Bancroft boys and girls here. Dec. 14, Fenton boys and junior high there. Dec. 17, Lakota boys and girls here. Dec. 21, Bancroft boys and girls there. Jan. 4. Seneca boys and girls there. Jan. 7. St. John's boys here. Jan. 11. Ledyard boys and girls there. Jan. 14. Burt boys and junior high here. Feb. 4. Burt boys and junior high there. Feb. 11, Fenton boys here. Feb. 13. Seneca boys and girls here. attended the meeting at Algona on | Thc bas k e tball teams play Haifa Friday were Frances Schroeder. Gertrude Wortman, Faye and F<?rn Olthoff, Helen Christ and Leila Hnnson. Mrs. Will Schroeder and Mrs. Wm. Turley went with the girls and spent the day shopping. The Louis Heetlands. Rc-nv.-ick. visited Sundny %vith his mother. Mrs. Minnie Heetlfind. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves and baby drove to Shell Rock Sunday to visit Mrs. Thaves' parents. • Mrs. F. C. Keistcr. Elmore. spent last week Tuesday vixitins her daughter. Mrs. Harry Mussman. Knymoml Patterson and Geraldine Shaver. Sioux City, spent Sunday with RT.V'.S parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson. Mrs. Samuel Warbnrton. Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Si'., and Mrs. Alu.' Jr.. were visitors in Elmore, Minn., Friday afternoon. The school in district Na. .". L,od- yard township, have had four swings added to the school yard equipment. Gertrude Wortman is the teacher. Henry Patterson celebrated a birthday a week ago Sunday when all his family were invited for a family dinner, but it wna a real surprise party for Henry. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking of Lakotix and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frccark, Clear Lake, and son and Edith Ucrryhill, Buffalo Center, were Sunday dinner at the George Edwards home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena and two children and Mr. UUtna'.s mcth- er, Mrs. Ida Ukena left early Saturday morning for Parker, .Soutii Dakota, where they visited with two sisters of the elder Mrs. Ukena. They returned Sunday nisjlit. Mrs. J. II. Warburton Rave a review ol tho Passion Play as pro- du, i'ii ill Ma:.on City ri-< iTitly at the | Kpwoith at Haifa tonight. Earl Pattersons were shoppers at Fairmont. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mino arid children were callers at Fairmont Saturday. C. W. Hainand went to Spencer Saturday and drove home a new Plymouth car. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Richard Zielske home. A large crowd attended the junior class play. "Through tHc Key Hole" Friday night.. About .520 were cleared. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mino and children spent Sunday afternoon at the Lawrence Arndt home at Elmore. Minn. Mrs. Sam Christophel returned home Monday from Boone, where she had been visiting her aunt. Mrs. Mary Anna Love for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waterbury and children and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and children were callers at the O. O. Waterbury home on Thursday evening. Mr. Waterbury who has been very 1 HI * s very much improved. Mrs. Carrie Christophel returned to her home at Des Moines after spending the summer and fall with her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Mino. Mrs. Mino and son. Harold and Sam Christophel and son. Wayne, accompanied her home, returning on Monday. Ledyard Folks To New Brick Home Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ploeger are moving this week into their new home which has just been completed. It is a brick two story house finished with all the modem conveniences. Wm. Garry was in'Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. Weiler's mother from Eldora visited her last week. Bill Hurst of Thompson visited at the Hemme Troff home Sunday. Robert Morris spent Saturday and Sunday at his home in Nashua. Clyde Behse and L. VV. Wiemer were in Waukon Thursday on business. The Bert Deal painting crew of Algona are redecorating the interior of the bank. Miss Evelyn Cappel spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Independence. Joyce Nitz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz was quite sick last week with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Granner visited at the Kitley home in Hardy over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter returned home Sunday after a week's visit at the Swartzell home in Olin. Mrs. Harriett Matzener entertained the Boy Scouts Monday evening in honor of her son, Gordon's 13th birthday. Alice Hagge is sick with the flu and is under the care of Dr. Storey. Her sister. Mrs. Arthur Zielske is caring for her. On Thursday evening Mrs. Harriett Mntzener" entertained 19 at a seven • o'clock dinner in honor of her daughter. Betty's 17th birthday. John Badje Has A New Tractor Hebron: John Badje blew himself to a new Allis-Chalmers tractor ast week. Everyone will see John smile from ear to ear next spring when he will commence to use it. directed the piny. It was very much enjoyed by a large audience. Lcnu Gutknecht drove home on Friday afternoon from Mus-m City for a visit with her parents. Mr. ;'iid Mr-i. August Gutknecht. Mr.-i. N'ina \Vil.-iun nci-oni[ianie'l her here •mil 'ipciH the week end visiting •>;,- .1 H. Warburtons. Mr?. Vil'.;i i-i'i-i-iitly :,olil her li<;mc in Ma . m tn I>r. .lrnniiii;s ".vho ;--. ro- •liii:- it. -Mr.. V.'ilsun. who h.ts !.i M i: n,-i ( 'ity abiml -1'i y.-.i|-.-, ;- ,< ,. le-f.i.'.- ('h.-i -'ID • !-< !:; >!'" i:..! -.-..::: .1 . :-.!r!' in I'. !-'-,a- John Badje and family spent Sunday with relatives near Titon- tn. Mrs. Joe Loose received word last Monday of the death of her father who lived in Nebraska. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Ordale attended the auxiliary meeting at the home of Mrs. Oscar Quam last Tuesday. Ruth Nelson assisted Mrs. Ben Twait while her mother is helping to care for the new baby at the Hardy Jordahls. Max Fisher of Vernon Center, Minn., formerly of Hebron township is very sick with pneumonia at the Mankato hospital. Olaf Fjetland and family are mourning the loss of his uncle, who passed away last Tuesday at his home north of Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hunter and Mrs Gust Nelson spent last week end with their daughter, Vera, Mrs. Dorsey of Greenfield. Varied Program Pleasing To F.B. Group In Swea Swea-Eagle: The Swea township Farm bureau met at the community hall last Tuesday evening, Nov. 16. The following program was given: saxophone-clarinet duet, Wylma and Eloise Preston; reading, Mrs. George Harner; skit from junior class play, "The Phantom Tiger"; Thanksgiving message, Rev. H. E. Harvey; rhythm band, school district No. 2, Alice Dahl, teacher; duet, Mareta Thorson and Martin Holcomb; playlet by Arlene Johnson, Gladys Hanson and Alice Carlson; original poems, Bob Offenstein. Pie and coffee were served for lunch. Eagle Ladles' Aid The Eagle Ladies' Aid meet at Lhe home of Mrs. Robinson Oct. 16. Mrs. Stewart Smith was assistant hostess. A thanksgiving program was enjoyed and lunch was served !>y the hostesses. Swea-Harrison F. B. The Swea and Harrison Ladies' farm bureau meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Selmer Uhr on Tuesday. Oct. 16. The ladies find these lessons very interesting. Children's dolls made of print were the toys made this time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linde and family were Sunday visitors of Mr. Linde's brother, Oscar Linde in Eagle township. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Anderson and children of Grant were last Sunday guests at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Geo. Harner. Mrs. O. A. Jensen visited from Saturday until Sunday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Claud Fau- gest at East Chain. Minn. Elmer Berg, who has been em- ployed in the Dakotas this summer, ^ _»..»_.•»-..* 1.*. A*. m^^.^.\m Li*. VI* •)*••, •>••.•* fr**> retnrn»xl last w««k to Ms purehta' home, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Berg. fhe Home Builders class of the M. E. church met at the home of Mr. and MM. Oeo. Hamer last Friday at 8:30. Ten couples attended, supper was brought by the guests and the evening was spent in a social way. Pratt Bleotric Co., supplied " ~ iTHwawar*, «upWI*» ... M iuro T*»T Corp.^'«upplieii .III !&.«* lldliuid ChomlcAi Laboratories, supplies . , 12.44 town Blind Products, supplies. 9.64 Clti.of^Alrona, supplies t» too SS.70 12.00 13 4« 13.95 35.05 a.. r. P. Overmyer, weed comnv. Hen W. Jenklnson. weed com. O. W. Blsteh, weed comm. rohn Kftwten, weed comm. Ottosen Girl In Emergency Case Ottosen: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver K«n- seth were called to Algona Monday evening, where their daughter, gona, underwent an appendicitis operation. Mrs. Kinseth stayed with her. O. P. C. Meeting The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Roy Morgan Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered with health hints. The scripture reading was Psalm 20, by Mrs. Thora Lomen; lesson, Public Health, Doris Shipley; special music by the hostess; Readers' Digest, Mrs. Nelle Movick and Hobby, the hostess. Erick Dahl visited at the Char- itten home In Humboldt Sunday. Ambrose Uuaschen of St. Joe returned home after visiting at the Eugene Thul home. Charlotte Kinseth, who is employed in Algona, spent Sunday at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr. and Mrs. John Van JJuskirk of West Bend visited at the J. Van "Buskirk home Sunday. Mrs. Donald Usher of Fredericksburg spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrlkson. Mrs. Edgar Jacobson and Mrs. Earl Firkins were hostesses to the Community Ladies Aid Friday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mrs. Carence Reese were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies Aid Wednes day afternoon at the church parlors. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Thompson Yards Inc., sup- S. P B? F^ench""i3«fiDeV" Co., supplies Of. NO. o— . ~JL.~ f»A Thompson firdi~~fnc.~,"sup- CortlrWe "p«5ucts"corp:,"sup- MS. S3 4.50 10.09 BOARD PROCEEDINGS Nov mber itu-t ail ernli, Au'lltiir's <>ffi. • TV»ani ,vf Sup.-r\ !i*or > adjournment with recent, .Motion by ( ~'o l -fiTove and eeooii'lod by Baum that there he made a perma- nt transfer or $11.670.17 from the Emergency Fund to the County Fund. \yes: All. 'Motion !»y Morris and seconded by Cosgrove that the .S\V i; XEi,; Sec- Ion 35-97-2S be sold to Merta Mae iVallace for I14.10. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and ueconded by 7oserove that a Warranty Deed dated N'ovi-mber 1. 19.X. conveying the S\Vi; NKi; of .Section 35. Township 97, "tanse 'JS. to Merta Mae Wallace and t. M. Wallace and Kosstith county a- irantors be confirmed and approved. \yes: All. Motion by Cossrovc and seconded by Fraser that K S. Klnsey. County Auditor, as am-nt. be instructed to file notice of tax deed on the certificates Kossuth County now own. Ayes: Al l . Motion by Kaum and seconded liy Fraser that the '-eslnnatlon of I,eo J. Word'.-n. AsueKsor for Ledyard In- corp.. b,- ao-f-pted. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fran.-r that the »11.47 Personal Tax for V.*n. charged In IrvlnKton township against Chris Olson be abated, reason the same Personal Propcity, was also assessed In Hurt township and said amount $11.47 was paid to County Treasurer. Aye«: All. Motion by CUWOVM and second-d by Morris that McDonald be appointed to repairs All. y liaum an 0:1 I' i'.>ni. at point ~"i ft. \V. of SI-: c.-ir- M'T lit S\Vlj X\V1 4 Sey l-110-Ji then \V. on Sec. lino ]f«) ft.: X. .ir. ft K M"! ft- P. »"! ft. to line. Lot K P.lock U Orlslnnl Plat of La- kot.i. Lot 14 Auditor's Plat SKii SWi: Bancroft. ^ Lot 2 of Sexton kno\\'n as Wii XWij Section «-»:.-^r. Ixit 5. Block 14. Whlttcmore Incorp. Lots 1-2-.1. Block 4. Lakota Incorp. Lots 4-f>-C. Block fi Buell> 2nd Ad'll- ti«n to IJurt. :t roils by K rofla In N\Vt. XWt; St-j-tlon 10-W-rX). Lot 2. Block 4, Original plat Bancroft. Hep. XE corner of Lot 6 HodBson'a Sub of Outlot «. S !X<1 ft. 1 7.' 2-3 ft . X. 200 ft. W. 70 2-3 ft to beg. and part of Outlot C. HUirt Incorp. R. 611.r, ft. of Outlot 3 Richmond's ,1'ldltlon to Swea City Section IS-w-'^i LotH 1, 2, 3. 4. r,, and >i. Block 3, Mori-hou*«s'H Sub-Dlv. of Outlots I. 2. 1 and 4. Bancroft Incorp. Lot 8. lilock 2 Klshmi-y's addition to I.u Verne. Lots 4 and 5. Block 1 Welsbrod's addition to Fenton. and corn, at point 00 ft. S. of SWi, 4 corner of Outlot C of K. C. of Mapel St. H. 40 ft. K. 1W ft. X. M ft. W. to ber?. anil L its i:., 14. ir,. 17. and IS Block 18 WelMbrod'* addition Ixit 10, Block 2 Original Plat of Ban croft. IrfttH 7 ami S, Block 2 Calls addition to jiancroft Incorp. Lot 1. Block 1 Call's Addition to Wf»!ey. and ex. piece 1M ft. bv :".*) ft in.I :t. Block 1 i; on H-T.-29. l-t" ,,f Lot I •r..ft IT and I 1.11.-. •vvvvOvvOvvOOO.O.OO Hebron News O OOvOv- A theatre to cure Iroubli-'.' An eminent pnycli- iatri&t encoura^t-M liu-,bund> anil wives to tight their battle* over again on thn stii^e. Ib-ad this article in the American Weekly, th« iimKiiziim distributed with Ne*t SuJiduy's Herald and Examiner. OOvOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I.e-!:,.! l, .-i.s-iUt.liK OS. nr iMtiillc with the '.vork at present. Mr.,. <isciir Kr^ndlt- .'ind Ordaie :uid Mr.-,. Adrian Hnuskin and hhirlcy visited Mrs. Hardy Jor- d.ihl and baby last \ Mrs. (J.->rir Krandle and Ordale .-.ptnt Arini.-tii e iJay With her sister Mr.-i. i'aul KleppiiiK at Forest City while Mr. Kraridle attfiidtd a meeting at Mason City. ip.ll.lte i-111 e J I I. N o i 11 of ,11.1 wn -:r ill-alie Au.II- Ay.-s: All M , ,lio rile olltl- TlVelltV -em-i.t K " s w u t i i ,,i, .-in.I hiKi' • mile, thence •; i,n the east Twentv-four then'e K» ti.e that SV. d to K ,\ Into to Trai .SVVL 4 K.-< t I. K Kairbi. Sei-ll.. J !• Trunklilll. Above: A McCoimick-Deeiina Cittm Sepoiotoi being «conomic«lly cpcrtUd by th« McCoimick-D««rin3 1 Vz to S'/j h.p. Engine. (1-i, In Klo.-k al 1-lat of Uari- ttcr work and eon- (Cal'lllii tunics to il" lii'titT woi'k. Bradley. Hal ilelluuuelil ta»e» fol 1D34 and ll*3!i. wlilcb t due. ilellmiuenl. and Tl at I I.ere W ux Year !'• b. l>f I in |.i..;..-rtv n a^ricultura i.l 0|M Ask us why its pert'oraiieo warrants an assi^n- juent of :i')0 McCorinifk-Di-ci-iiiK i-ream separators to Kossuth. Wiimeha^o and Emmet counties. Ask us why the Mason Oily District was able to sell 908 last year. Sec them at our store. McConmek-Deering Store to MIT radio program o»« KOJU> Maaon Otjr. ll:W-U:Ul, and Friday 1 by , |, -I)., n aid I,.- ap- cnUai't and be _.. ..1! imitler lleCes- ii v p, rial in it-- to the Mrs. Kllen Me- ..vii.ii property. Ayes: All. Motion by Baum and M-condcd by ...-"K-rovi- that a It.-.-o!ution adopted v tlie l!(i-iid nt Supervisor* nf Koa- .itli county to accept a compromise rf,-r of r. A. Iiree.rnan for JMfi.W ^ full payment to o. tober Ixt. .11 .l.-nnie N. Dreesrnan ax-count. \v.-s: All. , , , Motion In Baum and seconded b> o.iK'rov,- that the VfM taxes payable i l'j:!7 on the Ida Walker property de- ncrlb>Hj a.-, Ni.i, V-ots .1 al"l 4. Block 44 iiitimal I'lat. .\m»na. be mini ,4 recoinineiKli.-.! by the «'lty fuu ,( AlKona. Ayes: AIL Motion by Kraser and seconded Co.-b'rove Hiat tbe petition nlKned he Tru>tei-s of Swea Towrnhip re- n« the personal tax of the Swea City It.-ndeiiiiB Works l«s disallowert. Motion bv MorrU aii'l secondeil by o-i,-ro.e tliat the rei»Jit of condition n.I need .,f repaint on K Branch of [ir.ini No. ". by fh.irlen fhubb be ap- l.roVed and that a publlcatlop of th'.on .-.aid K. liranch of : lirain No. .'. be held .it the lloiiae, AlKona. Iowa, on the ly of December. IW. at I'M -k p. in. Ayes: All. ion by < •os.tfrove an-1 by I- raaer the fid'.owiim refunds and abatements on th,; Ka^t Hran'-li of District I,i aln No 5 be approved: Murv c. ArmntroiiK. SWi;; & SWi; HcUion '..7-J7 l;.-n:i. L. lluell. »K i;; N i $ y \va.^ a« •rean It i iided by : cents on S'/i t-ndM t>y by 111.' M.ti . Motion by Morns an-l iaiiin that a refund of ;: f Lot ;. Block 4 Original Plat of Fenton Incoij,. be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by MorrlH and seconded by [Jauin that a jiauper notice be served on Otto liHiikof.-ki. Mrs. Kate Barton and family: Mrs. John Hubert and family; L. 10. Marku; Jame* Brody; L. K. Jotin.Mon an<l fami):'; Aldenia Pierce Duckett and family Vernon B.-nda; Krancin Colemiin; John Miller and family; r'. Ma>'lud and family; Kit Goodman and family; George Bray ton; Mru. Hubert Ward and family; (ieorKe .Simmons and family; Kl- ilon Handley; Aurelia IMtsworth Per- klim; arid George Vodtr. Ayes: All Board procewled to Audit and Allow bills as "Per Schedule of Claims hereinafter written." <:OI;NTY FTND F:. H. Luedtke. bounty ______ t Carl H. Norman, labor ______ P. 8. Norton & .Son. supplies, W. W. Sullivan, pontage .. Myrtle OUon. labor _________ Leo Frank!, bounty _________ Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone serv. _ ___ _ W. W. .Sullivan, pontaue _____ ity of Algona, llBnl «t TV. ___ \V. W. Hiillivan. pontai, 1 ,.W. W. Sullivan, postage _____ \licu Andere^g, bounty _ _ Lafi; Oxley. bounty _. ........ \laiy K. Sand*, aaiaiy _______ -IU Voigt, tiaalry ________ Hetty Sheldan, balay ________ Kv.-lyn I<oli-. isalay __________ I >oot by Shatto. salary ....... Lucill.; Dole, salary ........ . Leo J WeKiiian. tax return* . \V. K. McDonald, coniln. and ai-iiilon _____________________ J II. Fiaaer. c-uinm. and ac&- „. P. Schtilts, weed comm. 3. c. Anderson, weed comm. _ Xomuth County Farm Bureau, General Typewriter"B5chB,ti(fis supplies ... . ._ ... 7.60 Standard Office Equipment Co., supplies . Clotilda Hutchison, O. A. P| Invest. INSTITUTE FUND Wm. Shirley, expens LIBRARY FUND ). Q. Waffle, supplies . 185.45 W. F. Quarrle, supplies 39.00 COURT FUND Matthew C. Orler. reporter, 192.9> John H. Foth. bailiff „•__ 80.00 Margaret Nelson, clerk 18.00 T. C. Hutchison, attorney fees '««ey Loss, expense _ 357.16 T. B. FUND F. A. Bonnstetter. t. b. Inspector 195.90 M. I. Llcjiter, t. b. Inspector .. 169.10 CONSTRUCT TON FUND C. & N. W. F'y Co.. freight .. 600.38 Paul & Williams, graveling _ 455.50 McGulre Bros., grading 3167.30 Leo J. Wegman. tax returns .. 17.94 Jule Selfert, grading 528.80 H. M. Smith, salary 245.00 Don T. Nugent, salary liKVOO John Fraser, rodman _ 73.60 Mike Baker, patrol 120.40 Spear A McVey, grading 431.66 J. M. Moore, labor 12.00 C. T. Chubb, labor ~~~1~~ 12.00 J. I. Merryman, bridge work . 843.4? Abe A. Carter, labor 128.26 S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies 726.B* J. M. Blanchard, supplies 390.32 John Dorweller. graveling 856.00 Serviced Products Corp., supplies 13.32 Standard Supply Co., supplies. 35«.33 Concrete Products Corp., supplies ST0.54 Palo Alto County, graveling 1131.83 W. E. Qulnn. right-of-way ... 37.60 MAINTBNANCE FUND Mrs. Hugh Post, freight t 3.72 Iowa Union Tel. Co.. telephone service 3.06 Iowa Public Service Co., light sprv. 1.53 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies . 9.07 Xorthwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service in.SI Oscar Monson. labor . 8S.50 Pity of Algona. lieht serv. 10.31 Bradv Transfer & Storage, frelRht 4.77 M. C. Thill, labor _. Sfi.OO Carl H. X»rman, labor IB.Of) Lra J. Wpinnan. tax return 122.19 Clarence Nemmer.«. labor 23.70 Ilueh Post, freinht _ 30.03 John Tobln. labor '" 6.DO Karl Dlfwnrth. labor""! 0.00 Herman Bruns. labor li»7.2r, Kd linker, patrol ai.DO Klrner Kwlns. patrol llfi.20 .1. II. Montgomery, patrol 92.4") Illitth Htltterflold. patrol lo^, Ticrt SliPllmeyer. patrol 90. Frank J. Utirke. patn.I 91. Joe M. Esjwr. patrol ~ 75.90 Hubert Mercon. jmtrol 91.00 Wm. F. 'ironbnch. patrol 9100 Tom Weir, patrol W.7T, TVn Xplto, patrol ~ 172.SO Fre^l f. Cnon, patrol 09.7-> Bd Fuchsrn. patrol "" 115.00 Wm. O. Ltidwlg. patrol . 92.40 S. D. McDonald, patrol . 104,'rt Ralph Markla. patrol ~ 91.00 Jim H. Merryman. patrol _ . 7S.90 Harry Hclmkc. patrol 147.96 John Hnnselman. patrol 192.40 E. L. Hubcr. patrol 1S6.1S Clifford Holmes, patrol 91.00 Lyell W. Miller, patrol 93.61 M. L. Worhy. patrol S7.M ivter Movick. patrol 91.00 Oliver Young, patrol 49.00 Wilbur A. Fisher, patrol 95.45 Keinder Krommlnga, patrol 110.50 Lynn Kuchenreuthcr. patrol _ S7.S5 A. J. Hildman. patrol 94.M Oscar N. Monwon. patrol 7S.7i> clarence Baum. patrol »1.70 II. T. Turley. patrol 101.86 Paul Traaarnar. patrol 0900 Alton Pettlt. patrol 92.40 Leo Dell^rrtane. patrol 9B.OO Arnold Delpfrtlanir, patrol 115.00 Jay f.oddcn, patrol 90.85 Jake Keller, patrol . . 72.00 Mervln .Marlow. patrol 82.2! Chester Alme. patrol :»UT J. F. Qulnn. patrol 01.i<) Karl Marine, patrol L. H. JunkerinelerK. J. M. Ixiriu. patrol .1 K. Falk. patiol . ll.olfc-e Lo.,ft, l.ll.or l>. I!. Mayer, labor _ .[allies. Kelt*,. ];,!,,,IM c. Thill, labor .. AH,.:t r,.,su\a Jr.. ia Kd WiMard. labor _ lij.-li lia.-ide. labor K. '!. Sten-itrorn. Ill i' r' And. ri-oii. lab., I'.-t.r X. Thil-i-s. la 1 1! I'annk-ik, labor :'i|i»i ll.nry M' in'I' r-. labor ."."/> l|.-,,iy Tladen, laUir 8.00 I. i'. llutehinx labor ... 'i.OO L. c. lint,'bins, labor 3.W Melvin 11. Hawk* labor 4-' .«<• L. C. Kinchins, ' •',<•> I. c. Hutchlns. labor 3.00 ThaveH, Victor, labor 15-IW C. H. Stelnberiter. labor )•>'•>' L. c. Hutchlnx. labor 1-00 1C. L. Kohlhaa*. labor 3.W) John Van Hank, labor 3.00 Benedict fjlsch. labor «>».00 ()laf Oftedahl. labor 1'J .*> W. H. Itlcklefs. labor 13S.73 J L. Hinder, labor 10H.OO L. A. Ternes. labor »-00 Matt iJiu, labor : '-4* lames Davldi-on, labor W.»> H. F S<-hultz, labor 14 20 Mike Wagner, labor 4«.U> Henry Keeker, coll. poll tax .. 13.10 Charles Plathe. coll. poll tax.. 36.83 H (•• Baum, col. poll tax 30.4O Henry (iettrnan, coll poll tax. 1100 iotsford Liirnl>er Co.. supplies 10.66 •;imore Cement tti Tile Co., sup- lies -- 1"33 S B. French Lumber Co., sup- 98.71 S4H.77 Chas. B. ChuWb. engrlneer — Jim Chubb, engineer Dt, No..T— Jim Chuttb, labor Chas. B. ChuM>, engineer ... Dick Baade, labor Carl OftrrVlt IsJbor Thompson Yds. —- 8.73 S.5K tt.78 6.SB 88.80 4.50 1.6ft «.« • 2.24 ""HOT Htiber, ^ labor Dr. El L. lit C. 'J. drat i**.w\« _•-»»--«.-- y ii James K«*>. IM>°r s-~- 4 -°* (Tamers Elevator Co., sup- „ piles * J - 1 * Dr. P. A. K. No. l- _ . „. Cha*. B. Chubb, engineer .. 8.JJ jim cirot*. i«bw i« Thompson Yards ,Ine, aw ITS Mino Penning..» 'wagri'er ft'HelderseheMt, labor _—- - -—...... Concrete ProdJcts Corp., snp" S. B. French Lumber Co.. supplies ...... - .......... *•" g;.; * ueorxe i^.«i, labor W-g} D B. Mayer, labor l»- w Dr. No. 3D— 8 B. French Lumber Co., supplies ,— •** Dr. No. 24— _ .. .George Looft, labor jn-W D. B. Mayer, labor ..... z»- w Elmore Cement & Tllo Co., supplies 1S - W Dr. No. 33- .„, Dick Baade, labor 4 -™ Dr. No. 45- ... Dick Baade, labor .---/;-- f - ro S B. French supplies ---- .---/;Lumber Co.. =.40 M C. Thill, labor James Kelso. labor S-™ Dr. No. W— ..... Kd Wlllard. labor 3-W E G. Stlnstrom, labor 4.00 Dr. No. 68- Lawrence Curran, labor Arnold Hlntz, labor James Kelso. labor 2-W 215.07 2.00 2.70 Concrete Products Corp., supplies -------------------Dr. No. 7S- Dlek Baade, labor --------S. B. French Lumber Co . supplier ------------------Dr. No. 78— Dick Baade, labor ---------- 7.20 S. B. French Lumber Co.. supplies _________________ 7 - w Dr. No. HO— George Looft. labor --------D. B. Mayer, labor _________ W-00 Dr. No. 82— Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies _________________ Dr. No. 83- Cha.«. E. Chubb, ennlneer ___ Homer Nolte, labor ________ Jim Chubb, labor __________ Dr. No. 85— Northern Lumber Co.. supplies ____________________ D--. No. 8«— S. B. French Lumber Co.. 497.50 17.70 10. SO 12.00 .97 Dr. No. 9<>— Dick Baade, labor r*aul Tracamar, * labor Henry Christiansen, labor Albert Bosma Jr., labor Elmnre Cement & Tile 'Co., supplies S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies Elmot-i- Cement & Tile Co.. supplies Dr. No. 91- S. Ii. French Lumber Co., Dirk Baade, labor Dr. No. !»•— S. H. French Lumber Co., supplies _ Dr. No. 99— Menry Harms, labor . Dick Haade.«.labor Kllert Iloyken. labor . H. B. French Lumber Co., supplies . Dr. No. 105— James Kelso, labor M. C. Thill, labor N. J. Krleps. labor . Dr. No. 110- Albert Bosma Jr., labor Henry Christiansen, labor Klmore Cement & Tile Co.. . Ml *>•'» 40.W 43.W .w Corbln, med. CretBtneyer, med. Dr. Fraser, med. ._ Dr. Brink, med. ... Dr F. X. cretsmeyer, med. — Dr. Scanlan, med. Kossuth Hosplta.1, hosp. care . St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, hosp. care — 'alo Alto Hospital Asa*n, hosp. care .... -Mrs. Paul 8chendel, care 90.09 Elsie Steussy, care 24.W 'rankl Store, prov. 10.68 Huff Restaurant, prov. B.OO Kinseth & Son, prov. 12.09 Paul Ernst, prov. 2.60 H. W. Geelftn, prov. 18 -?l' Bakers Dairy, prov. 4.60 Schneider's Groc., prov. 17.80 C. 8. Johnson, prov. 2.60 '•armers Elevator, fuel 13.2» Sanford & Llndebak, fuel 9.« Anderson Grain ft Coal Co., fuel 31.7S Emma Knudsen, transp. 5.00 Mrs. Joe Llchty, rent 10.0J C. H. 6.09 .93 SO 9.00 .T2.00 21.00 M.34 Dr. No. Ill- Dick Baade, labor Dr. No. 127— James Kelso. labor . . . M. C. Thill, labor ... Concrete Products Corp., sup- supplies .. Dr No. 129— Klmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies Dr. No. ilifi»— Albert Hosma Jr.. labor Henry Christiansen, labor Dr. No. 156— James Kelso. tabor M. c. Thill, labor Dr. No. 1.17- Dlck liaade. lanor 3.00 1.30 7,«0 6.00 .« 6.00 4.50 10.00 18.00 24.00 1.32 8.00 .r. No. I). n. French Lumh. liW- Mav.-r. lain - Looft. labo -rn l.'inil.ei .- i •-m.-in .V Co.. 2.40 1.80 6220 6.00 900 12.00 2.40 l.W 2.00 18W Llchty, rent DISTRICT NO. 2 Dr. C, H. Cretzmeyer, med. .. 22.6* t)r Fraser, med. 08.75 C. 8. Johnson, prov. M.OO Anderson Grain ft Coal Co., fuel 78.57 Dr. J. N. Keneflck, med. 17.7B Tjr. Bourne, med. 77.00 Dr. Janse, med.. 21.00 Dr. Andrews, med. 6.60 General Hosp., hosp. care 7.60 Mary Webster, care 28.00 Sorensen Gros., prov. . 9.50 R. A. clark, prov. 10.00 Botsford's. fuel 1J.ZI W. T. Pllcher, prov. 9.W Mrs;. Wm. Meyers 10.00 A. H. Borchardt. med. 7.91 C. ft N. W R'y. Co.. transp. . 15.18 W G. McCullough, funeral 81.60 A. M. Colllnson. rent 10.00 Mrs. J. E. Moulds, rent 16.09 Mrs. Dearchs, rent 6.00 W. L. Martin, rent 8.00 Alex Miller, rent 10.00 Harold Smith, rent 10.00 DISTRICT NO. 3 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care . 34.25 General Hospital, honp. care 11.26 Dr. Sartor, medical 57.00 Dr. Wallace, medical GO.OO St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, hospital care G4.74 Fasbender's Store, prov. *i.0*> I.eo J. Hanlg. rent . . 10.00 T. P. Doerr. rent . . " 10.00 DISTRICT NO. 4 Dr. Ktran. med. .12.00 hr. Clapsaddle. med. 6S.BO Soronjaon Cream Station, prov. 12.42 Smith Dept. Store, prov. 10.00 Hoods Store, prov. _ 6.00 O. p. McDonald, fuel 5.00 Mrs. Augusta Bcltz, care . 15.50 J. H. Sheridan, rent . 28.00 C. II. Schrader. -ent 9.00 DISTRICT NO. 6 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, hosp. care 60.00 Dr. Hourne. med. 7.00 Dr. Lundqulst, med. S.7S Dr. Studpbaker. med. 60.00 Dr. Williams, med. ~~_ 100.09 Dr. Mlnkel, medical «.00 Griffith Drug Co.. med. 4.7S Kossuth Honp., hosp. care . 37.7S Mrs. Tlllle Robinson, care 21.3> Mrs. Wm. E. Ukena. prov. Hill Top Dairy, prov. H. M Dyer. prov. Blomnters, prov. . Wilson'* Groc.. prov. Thaves Blirteis. prov. ________ C. H. Smith prov. ___________ K. J. Woodworth. school supplies _____________________ K. I*. Orabau. school auppllea. Henry Kline, rt-nt ___________ Mrs. Ben Ku«htort. reni . ____ _ I.eo J. Weffman, tax return ___ COUNTY FARM John HenninK, labor _________ Kred I'ark, expense __________ X. Morrlnon, labor __________ K. 8. Norton * Son. supplied __ Pratt Klectrlc Co., nuppll.8 __ Frank L. Miller, llKbt si?rv. P. S. Norton & .Son. supplies Andi-ixon (iriln & Coal Co, H'lpplleH ThoM. Akri-. pi.-v. .......... It. A. i 'lark, i r.,v Dr. No. 1 |.i.-k IJ.i Ur No l-i !..,!• 17"- l-'i.-ni-h Lumb.-r ( 'o. M IT. Iir II.D A 1 -• I-' N.-l M.- M i- Walla tard .' I-) K. No. Jc;. .-itln.-trom. labor Wlllard. labor rtbern LiimbtT Co, »up- 1.00 2l.<>0 5.00 1.00 . 26.00 44. IS 5.00 15.03 . «>.", .W liu.OO 35. 'JO 1W.S5 Milton Norton, supplies Dutch's jiuper Service, supplies Mi-Corrnlck-lJeeruiK Store, supplies Pratt Electric Co.. supplies — lirienberg Auto Hupply. supplies ijeorwe Holtzliaut-r, supplies __ Kohlhaus it Hpllles, auppliea . c. S. Johnson. Mippllea Frank Cook, ^upplled Peterson (iarafe. supplies F. H. Norton & .Son. supplies — M F. I'ulb.-rtson. supplies Northern Lumber Co.. supplies Arthur I'ehrson. suppiie* Anderson Oraln & Coal Co., ftx,-trfc~"Co.~, jn or about the 28th day uber, 1»37. for valuable consul.- the said Flora Mae Bradley atlon the aald Floia Mai' i>,w-.- July M»lBiied. c.ouvey»d. transferred u"i **t over B aid Tax Sal,. _ Certificate of Purchase to M. P. HaKtsurd ' AlKOlia. Iowa, who la now the lawful owner and holder of aaid Tax Sale Certlncate of Purclia»e That the rlK».U of redemption from Bald Tax Sale will expire and a Tax Dyed under such Ccrtlnc.»te will b» maila by the Treasurer of Koasuth county Iowa, contvyiiiK »»ld real e»tate an provided by law. unle-M redemption U made therefrom within ninety, Iowa, conveying aald real e»UU of tlilH Notice. Dated this 6th day of November, A D , 1917. l^awful Ow Said Cc-rtlttcat.) 45-46--47 by bin»- 'harles Morris, cornm. and *lon ''. Win. Baurn, conmi- Kl.jctrio light W. S. oottrove, coinni. and and 2W.06 Sectlon Stanley I. Larson. NE',i Section X-D7-U*. abate A yea All. utloii t»y liauin and seconded •*rii»er that the lax-jn for 18 ,,-nded on the followimf property, rea»on recipients of Old Age ^ot 3. Bli>Jk 3. Original Plat of Swea •Ity Incorp. ,„.,., Bets. tiOU ft of »K corner SV, 14 S'WVi. N. M ft. Vf. 1» ft. 8. 60 ft. K. 'lM ft to beg. IxH. i Blk. «9. ilaiiKe 'J>. Ledyard. , l*jt* 4, 5. B, and 7. Block 1 Original Plat Swea City, beg. uuto-dlv. of Bty »BU of U at Onctlou W and N% ,-Eiz SeclTon 19, all In !•-». IxTf* 1. 2 and S, Block 5 Call'K ihlrd addition to Al«ona. 6 and S, Block 15» Call'* addition to Algona, Ix,t 6, Block 6, Buell'* 2nd addlUon W 8 1-J Lot 1. Block a Nlc«.ol*on'» »rd AddlUon to Burt and Lot* 3, ». 7. and 8. Block 2. Bean'* Addition to Burt. 8 3 acre* of BBU SWU Weal of C. * N. W. R'y flection U-*4-O. M. 1-1 Lot 1. and II. 1-3, Lot 2. 6, Origln»J Pl*.t Alxoo*. Incorp. LuU 4, 6, and «, Block 1« Orl«ln»J Flat of Venton. ., Lo* I, Blok U, Ort«ln«J Pl»* to Algoa*. ....... Post, freight _____ ..... National Keiploymenl .Service, office txp. ........ ____ C. If. Oiitwlrikle. del. tax col... Caney IM»». bd aad lodg prU. • Hubert Wald burger, bd. and lud«. prU. _________________ Wm. Shirley, office exp. _____ L. A. Wlnkel. office txp. ..... Pidlar & <ThaiTi1>«n«, supplied __ Matt Parrotl & Sons Co.. supplies ........ . ............ Koch Bros., supplies _________ Kllpto iMumt Leaf Co.. supplies lenkJna Pergemann Co., sup- pile* .. ......... _ ......... Baker Paper CO., luppllea ____ •f. A. Phillip*. »uw>lle« _______ gard & Waller, printing .. Advance Pub. Co.. printing ___ Bancroft K**1*ter, printing ... M. J. Duffy, adv. frgt. & bty . C. E. Wart, bty. .......... — Donald Michaolson, bty. -----J. 8. arabom, Wy. ..... -----Madonna Thomp«on, bty. ----p. A. Danson, coroner fee* ___ L. J. Nel»on, Jury fee* ------p. W. Green. Jury fee* -----H. Peterton. Jury fee* ------B. A. Bhran*. phy. fee* ...... L. H. Merritt, wltne»* te*« ... Dr. U. O. Bourne, med. ..... Ei. F. Been, med ............ R. A. Bv«n», coroner 1 * fee* .. P. A. thu«on. J. P. fee* ----Anderson Oraln * Coal Co.. fual _______ ... F. 8. Norton * Son. fuel ..... !».» 1.50 71.76 U0.26 34(1.74 61.07 4».73 .62 (IS.OS 4,13 302.79 209.R 61.11 24. U 416.39 144.13 113.39 13.16 6.70 1.40 4.00 .» m ,s 430 420 26.00 11.60 fc« 14.60 aw _*».4» ».» Central States light service I'elitral ritatest IlKht service _. Iowa Public Hervl.-c Co., service Ixine Hock Tel. Co. tel. beivlce Shell Ptlroleiim, supplies Peerlea* Oil Co.. supplie* M .J. Duffy, Co. Treaa., adv. freight Barton Warner Co.. nupplle* .. lialbach Co., suppllen Central Auto Electric Co.. sup- pile* Standard Bearings Co., »up- American" Holit"ST "Derrlck Co., supplie* Sllxo Iron Store Co., MUpplUia . Kelley-How-Thomson Co., »up- lowa MachTn«fy"Sui)"ply Co., yupplte* Globa Machinery & Supply Co., vupplle* . J. D. Adami Co., supplies ... Otbb* Cook Tractor & Bdulp. C.o., supplies Alemlte Co., suppUe* —.---_ T .- Austln Western Road 1S.U 11.63 272.30 fi844 15.31 .41 2479 la. 66 l.S» GOU 7 1<> 1 11 l»l W 10S 1.28 1.63 •Ju.04 llr. K. K. No. 4— K ij. stln-trom, labor _____ |.;,| Wlllard. labor ... ........ i;,i Clulier. labor ___________ Nortiiern Lumber Co, «up- plies . _____________ Dr. II. K. No 2-M— j ( |,;k Baade. labor _________ Concrete I'roducta Corp., »up,,11,.^ .......... _____ s. n. French Lumber Co., niipplle* . ______________ Dr. H. K. No. 3-4ti- chaa. A. Ainlenon, labor ___ Ileddeii Hardware, BupiJIea . John Collln, labor _________ Harry Frandien, labor -----Dr. H. K. No. 2— Chaa. E. Chubb, engineer ___ jij,, Chubb, lubor __________ Haggard & Waller, printing. IjtMipert V anl«, supplies ____ Des Molne* Steal Co., aup- plle.8 ____________________ Iowa Culvert & Pip* Co., »up- pile. ..... _______________ Alvlu Bakken. labor _______ T. L. Mitchell, labor ________ Standard OU Co.. »upvlle» .. Mid-Continent Pet. Corp., (Koyal "400" Oil Co., Concrete Product* Corp., li.OO .S7 4.17 3 12 3.04 1.03 10.41 100 1.11 .78 ffl 14.14 2.03 1.10 «.67 K.42 1M.M 1.81 i.n 18.19 10.56 82.01 .t A.- Spllle.-, ear. I. labor ii-k Ii. erin« ____ ...... _ -Ure.l i-o 1.53 6.6S 16.00 3800 20.00 20.00 44.88 11.07 19.02 10.00 20.00 .41 5000 26.60 ir.oo 31.33 1 63 1409 185.44 51.38 77.02 r,!»7 17.60 IS 00 l.M 600% .50 EC3 mlp- . ____________ StiK-k 1'owder Co., MiljiplFe 5.60 41.00 3.30 6.63 18.20 I'lulii-i r III- I-llen .. Klanilard Upplll-H Hoy Sherman, MiijiptleH Iowa Blind Products, KUpplleis. iKley C'heml'-ai (.'o., HUPplleH HKHOLVKD: That the County Auditor Is authorized to Issue Warrant* for bill* allowed at this meeting a* "Per Schedule of Claim* Hereinbefore Written." It I* moved by MorrlH that Kosauth County, Iowa, will lake over an out* standing Tax Certificate No. 1268 now held by A. VV. Kennedy, of Bancroft. Iowa, upon the premixea described as: lleglnnlng Kitflit IHl rous Weal of the Southwest Corner of Lot Fourteen (14). Block One (1), Call'* Addition to Bancroft, Iowa, thence North Forty (40) rod*, thence West Eight (8) rod*, thence (South Forty (40) rods, thence Kast Klght (8) rods to the beginning. In the sum of 91&6.JO. Seconded by Fra*er. Voting aye: J. II. Fraser, Charle* Morris, Wm. Baum, Wm. Cosgrove, W. K. McDonald. Voting nay: None. Motion declared adopted by Chairman, W. K. McDonald. On motion Board ajourne until • o'clock a. m. November 8, 1937. E. 8. KINHEY, County Auditor. . ..... Mat*. - — — — — Gate' City Iron Worki. Fort Dodge Auto Wreckln* Co.. »i«>plle» . ..... - -------Swaney OU Co., »upvH«» ..... If. * H. Co-op. OU Co., »«1>- pUe 6.13 716.89 28.4» (9.00 201.49 73.84 17.52 426.U.' 176.U 96.48 271.27 182.» 63.» 15.40 M.&l i.10 234.S1 i ^^^^ Delinquent Tax List The followinK In a true and correct Hxt of all land* and town lot* In KOII- mitb County, Iowa, on which the taxia for the year 1'JM and previous year* are due ami unpaid ;i* appear* from the uevcral tux liblg lu rny office. Notice I* hereby Klven that unlewa the taxcB, Int.nat and .:o»t.s are BOOIHT Paid, tlie followiiiK detrcribi'd lands and town lot* or bo much thereof a* 1* m-.YKMary to pay the wild tax. Interest and cosut thereon, will be t>old at the County Treasurer'* office In Altfona. Ko*»uth County, Iowa, on the first Monday In December, A. D. 1!»37, between the hour* of 10 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m. of the uuld day until all Bald landu and town lot* have been offered for *ale. In all cane* where there are exUtiriK delinquent taxes other than for th* ••eur ahown, Kami; havliiK been previously offered for Hale, but remaining unpaid and uiuiold. till* fact I* Indicated fay an a»u-il»k (•) preceding the l-icrlptlon. M. J. DUFFY. Treasurer of Koasulh County, Iowa. Name* of Part of Section or Owneri* Town, Addition, >oi Subdivision £ Is l! i III as*3£ M fl C a i 1 l. v*<j-wy. v«» \*v.t W-PJF- ^^ Arnold Motor Supoly Co. George HolUbuer. Kennedy * Paraon* . Btandard Oil Co.. .^ DRAINAOB FTJMD Dr. No. t- Tbompwin Yard* Inc.. *up- plle» ____________________ Dr. No. 4- Dick Baade, labor ........... B. O. Btuutrom, labor ------ tCA WUlart, labor __ ... _____ Nortbern Lumber Co., W0.«2 VJ08.76 M S.W Perry P«rry Perry Perry Perry Wilbur St. Wilbur St. St. John St. John a. John St. John at ALGONA DISrr. NO. OKOiGlNAI, PLAT * 2 * 3 » 4 ..» 9 John • 8 , John 1 John I WUbur 8t John ,__ » Wllour St. John 4 WUturtm M. B«hnke a Wllhelm M. Behnk* 4 Wllbelm U. Bdbnke 5 WIUt«lm M. Beunke 6 RBen Crouch 7 qturls at. Jobn 1 H. W. Hob* 2 H. W. Bob* 4 A.ddU r. Oinxrteb t R. C. and I<ottl*> T. 8»y«r« 1 M K. C. *J1 Loula t. T»y*r» t a K. C. and Loul* T 8»y*rs t II M. C. BM 8 1-1 S » S. X «*»«• o Mil H. W. fa* • I a a B Johnwtn. • l-» lot » 4 w H « M AAU* »»wmrt et «l 86 rd4 I * ROM SA i. a. M«rt>«* ---M 1-11 » 10 10 10 10 11 11 U U 14 14 14 14 14 14 16 14 U on next p*t«.)

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