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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 28,1938 HOMER STOUT IS NEW MANAGE OF FENTONELEVATOR Fenton: Homer Stout, of Aredale, has been employed by the Crlta Elevator Company as manager of the local elevator. He will succeed A. H. Peterson, manager for many years, who Is retiring. Mr. and Mrs. Stout and daughter Lnvonne, a 1938 graduate, have rented an apartment In the Wilbur Holldorf home and moved In last week. Receive* Typtiig Award Ruby Hantelman, student of the American Istltute of Business, has been elected a member of the International Honor society for business education. Miss Hantelman won the honor by typing for ten minutes at a aped of 63 words per minute with no errors. Ruby Is the daugnter of Mrs. Kate Hantelman, Fenton. Entertains Sewing Circle Mrs. John Newel entertained the Dorcas sewing circle last Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. J. G Waterman, Mrs. J. A. O. Smith, Mrs. F. P. Newel, Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod and Gladys Stoeber. Named Auxiliary Vice Pre». Mrs. W. R. Wolfe of this place was installed as vice president of the Kossuth Legion Auxiliary at a meeting of the organization held last week at Burt. Scouts Have Outing •Vernon Ohm, Howard Schulte, Herbert Krause, Harlan Holldorf, Lyle Weisbrod, Hadley Bailey and Maurice Weisbrod, members of the Fenton Boy Scouts and their Scoutmaster James Schwartz and Assistant Scoutmaster Wallace Smith left Friday for an outing at Interlaken We*t Bend People Leave for Illinois West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. O. A Maberry and daughters, Elsie and Delia Mae, left Saturday afternoon for Illinois, to visit Mr. Maberry'a mother who Is III. They plan to spend the week end here. Miss Jean Johnston came Wednesday morning from Parlo, 111., to spend her vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bertha Johnston. Jean is employed at the University* Club In Pertao as a waitress and likes her work very much. She plans to spend two weeks at tame. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek drove to Remsen, Tuesday, on business. Mrs. Daubendiek returned Wednesday evening and Mr. Daubendiek returned Thursday after- toon. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Munson return- d to Holtandale, Minn., Thursday, after spending a few days at the tome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson. Ted Is employed by a wholesale house, selling potatoes, onions and other produce. Mrs. John Schurg and daughter, Ruby, are at .Esthervllle, helping care for her father, James Boyle. Mr. Boyle had a stroke of paralysis. He was a former resident of this place. Peoria Visitor Arrives FRACTURES ARM St Benedict: Russell Lallier, six years old, son of J. T. Lallier, had the misfortune of breaking his left arm while riding on a rack wagon. He and his older brother were herding cattle and decided they would like to ride on Mr. Preushl's hay wagon when little Kenneth In some manner fell and fractured his arm below the elbow. Mr. Lallier and Mr. Matern took him to Algona for medical care. Mrs. Will Dunlap entertained Mends from Omaha at dinner Jast Wednesday. Rev. Kramer drove to Fairmont, Minn., to spend the day Thursday with relatives'there. Mrs. Genevieve Wlmmer and he daughter of Adams, Minn, arrive 6.2 3.4 8.2 192.7 279.1 288.8 The Bristol Co., mdse. .. Helwlg Co., mdse. W. D. Allen Co., radse. — Midwest Supply Co., mdee. Terry-Ourin Co., mdse.. . Electric Supply Co., md«e Crescent Elect. Supply, mdse. —— 166.4 West Elect. Supply, mdse. 997.se Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. — 364.84 Harvey Mat. Co., mdse.— 3.86 Theo B. Robertson Prod- uucts Addressogrftph Sales, mdse. Kohlhaas & Spllles, mdse. Norton Machine Works, mdee. 135.57 12.45 2.62 17.95 W. A. Richardson, labor.. 45.17 Algona Flour & Feed Co., a wek ago to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. Greg Studer and other rel atives in the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erlckson and her sister, Miss Leulla Senenfelder and Mrs. Dorr and Dennis drove t< Hardy to take Luella there to de part for her home In Dows. They also called on the Charles Marso arrived Saturday morning, for a family who live near there. Mrs. Greg Studer left Friday for Milwaukee, to attend the funera Miss Betty Allison of Peoria, HI., of Erw l" Krause of Milwaukee. Mr Park, nlng. They returned Sunday eve- Mrs. Earl Osborn Is a patient in the Fairmont hospital since last week. H. B. Theesfield has been III with the Influenza since last week. He is improved at this writing. August Meyer has been laid up because of a broken rib suffered several weeks ago while working on his farm. Axel Peterson went to Hartley Saturday afternoon for an over Sunday visit at the LeRoy Newel home. The Newels are former Fenton residents. Sally Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warner of Des Moines, Is making an extended visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch attended a guest day meeting of the Lone Rock Aid society last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kuecker and daughter. Joan, left last week Tuesday for their home at Cowrie after several days visit at the parental, Fred Kuecker and Mrs. Henry Miller homes. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Walte left last week Wednesday for nothern Minnesota on a fishing trip. They will also visit Mrs. Waite's mother. Mrs. Hleden and her sister, Carrie Hieden at Duluth. Mrs. Harold Goetsch was taken by surprise Friday afternoon when a group of ladles gathered to celebrate her birthday anniversary. The afternoon was spent socially and lunch brought by the guests was served. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer entertained relatives of Mrs. Meyer from Tuesday to Friday of last week. The guests were Mrs. Charles Tonn and daughter, Anna of Waukesha, Wis.. Miss Martha Harn, Ed Harn and William Harn, all of Clyman, Win. Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained Friday afternoon in honor of her son. Eugene's eighth birthday anniversary. Guests were Mrs. C. F. Wegener and son, Marlln and her daughter, Lorraine, and Mrs. Truman Johnson and son, Mervin and daughter, Llla Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively and Mr. Lively's father, Sam Lively of Palestine, Texas, are expected this week for a visit in the home of Mrs. Lively's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Newel and her brother and sisttr-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel The Livelys expect to spend two weeks here. Mrs. H. W. Schulte entertained a group of little girls Friday afternoon in honor of her daughter Beverly's tenth birthday. Out-door games were played after which a lunch was served. Beverly was presented with gifts. Attending were Betty and Mary Holldorf Kathryn Bleckwe^n, Delores Mueller, Shirley Mae Haase and Evelyn Kuecker. visit of two weeks with her aunts, Miss Lydla Rhelnhart and Mrs. Bertha Johnston. Betty Is employed In a hospital at that plaec. Daughter Born to Brown* A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lon Brown, Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Fred Hoffert. Mrs. Hoffert is caring for Mrs. Brown and the baby. The Browns live west and south of West Bend. There are other children In the family. Mrs. Jeanne Simmons and Mrs Frank Besch were business visitor at Algona, Thursday afternoon. Bruce Miller, buttermaker at the Farmers Creamery, lg taking his vacation. Ed Larson is taking his place. Supt and Mrs. McMullan and sons returned from Coggon, Iowa, where they have been visiting Mr. McMul- Krouse was the husband of Regina Grandgennet, youngest sister of Frank Grandgennet of Armstrong Frank Grandgennet and Miss Berens of Bancroft also left to attend the funeral. lan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson', son Clifford, daughter Charlene and Mae Sloan were shoppers In Algona Friday afternoon. Harold Simmons, Robert Munson, Bud McDowell and Roy Reeves arc among the boys employed in Kossuth county detasseling hybrid corn. The corn is pretty tall for some of the boys. The corn has to be stripped upwards, and the boys are sometimes short in stature. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wlllson, daughter Ruth, and Mrs. Wlllson's mother, Mrs. Henry Schmidt drove o Fairmont, Minn., Saturday to spend the week end with relatives of Mrs. Schmidt Another daughter, Mrs. James Moadlnger, of Elgin, 111., was meeting them there. Threshing Season Under Way in Union Union: Threshing got under way last week on some runs and Monday of this week in others. Sarchett Bros. (Rob and Roy) threshed at the Presley Sarchett farm last Saturday. "Heinle" Stebritz started at the John Gisch farm Monday. Nick Krieps started his machine at his farm near St Benedict Monday. Alfred Schenck combined a field of oats for Frank Thompson and Saturday started combining his own oats. Lloyd Gross is doing custom combining. Joe Krieps is combining for a Mr. Taylor near Sexton. John Mahoney Is helping Ricker brothers with their haying. Mrs. Tribon spent last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Lawrence Gisch. Mr. and Mrs. Knute Bolin spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs. Dale Blair and husband near Winnebago, Minn. Mary Gisch was expected home the first of this week from an ex- Has 7,000 Bu. Corn Raised Back in 1926 Wm. R. O'Donnell, owner of the south half of section 35, in Seneca township, has 7,000 bushels of yellow ear corn that he raised In J926— 12 years ago. It Is still in excellent condition. He also has several thousand bushels of 1937 corn. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4112 In District Court, March Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mary Bruhn, Deceased, dated June 13, 1936, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the ISth day of August, 1938, is flx- ed for hearing proof of same at the court house in Algona, Iowa, before he District court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at en o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested re hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Tetament of said deceased. mdse. Pratt Electric Co., mdse.. Kennedy & Parsons, mdee. Frank Cook, indse. H. W. Post, freight ex- R'y Express Agency, press Cresco Union, signs Chrlschllles Store, mdse.. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Western Union, service _. Alex Miller, refund .. W. W. Sullivan, P. M., rent 61.09 3.62 38.12 17.00 67.05 3.69 2.76 11.04 1.23 .63 4.50 Sullivan, P. M., .75 w. w. rent N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Service 24.82 Algona Laundry, labor ... 8.50 Dutch's Service, mdse. 2.8 Harris Brothers, gae 6.8 Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs 10 Skelly Oil Co., gas 13.7 lyner Helmers, labor ... 36.0 3lck Helmers, labor 36.0 Vern Scobba, labor 22.6 SImer Johnson, labor _._ 158 Chester Webb, labor 13.7 Slmer Holtcamp, labor -- 6.4' Wayne Stephenson, labor. 46.5' Leo Bellock, ealary 70.0 F. C. Dalley, salary - 70.0 Tom Halpin, salary 67.6i Walter Gorman, salary .. 67.51 H. E. Stephenson, salary. 66.00 Ray Barton, salary 66.00 C. C. Wright, salary 4260 Adah Carlson, salary 70.01 Bertha Johnson, labor . . 8.2! Ernst TBIel, labor 28.03 Harold Roth, labor 52.80 Wayne Steplrensoti, labor. 20.25 Joe Kelly Jr., labor 37.50 Shell Petro. Corop., dlst.. 762.42 Johnson Oil Co., dlst. — 212.59 H. W. Post, freight 765 - M. St. P. & P. Ry, freight 696.40 I'y Express Agency, expr. 2.16 Western Union, service _ 7.50 Stewart's Service, gas 29.99 mdy Bowman, labor . 3.19 Vm. Spencer, labor 3.20 )ick Helmers, labor 2.70 r ern Scobba, labor 2.70 lyner Helmers, labor 2.70 Chester Webb, labor 4.05 WATER FUND . W. Kelly, salary 37.60 Harry Harton, salary 65.00 "Yank Ostrum, salary 65.00 Laura Mitchell, salary „ 55.00 2.48 $1.00 65.00 5000 4.90 3.60 70.00 H. W. Post, freight GENERAL FUND H. A. Van AlstynS, salary A. 6. Mould*, salarv Cecil McGlnnU, salary .. B. E. Norton, labor Fred Sellchnffw, labor Jesse Lashbrook, salary . E. SWlllng, labor Willard Gregson, labor — 3eo. Gunder, labor Oliver Batten, labor ... ink Skllllng, labor — John Helmers, tebor Herman Lyons, labor ... Chfcs. Harvey, labor SEWER FUND W. Kelly, salary Jlck Helmers, salary lyner Helr/urs, salary _. "ern Scobba, sclary FIRE FUND MAINTENANCE . C. Wright, salary 22.69 Earl Bowman, labor 62.80 FIRE EQUIPMENT FUND entral Fire Truck Corp., truck 4850.00 Passed and approved this 14th ay of July, 1938. C. F. SPECHT, L. O. Bckholm, labor ...... . Elmer EwlrgT, patrol ....... . 107.80 J. H. Montgomery, patrol ..DK.JU Arnold Del per dang, patrol .. 126.00 Jay Oodden, patrol ........ 88.20 J. F. Qulnn, patrol .......... 87.50 Chester Alme, labor ......... tt>.4& Melvln Hawks, patrol ...... 89.80 Bar) Earing, patrol ........ 88.90 Jake Keller, patrol ........ 76.26 , Leo Delperdang, patrol 91.00 68.14 /, M. .Long, patrol 77.70 77.00 41.19 41.19 4149 45.04 30.97 35.04 15.00 10.50 6.76 9.45 , . , . Merwln Harlow, patrol ...... 88.90 Ves. Robinson, labor ........ (7.60 CarlyJe Johnson, labor ...... 91. is Reuben Johrson, labor ...... 81.26 Nick Nemmere, labor ........ 7.60 Clarence Zeufalls, gravel . . 406.00 M. J. Duffy, Treas., adv. freight .................... 17.98 Clifford Holmes, patrol ..... . 91.00 Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol .... 91.00 Bert Shellmyer, patrol ...... 91.00 Joe M. Enter, patrol ........ 91.00 Hubert Mergen, patrol ...... 91.00 Frank J. Burke, labor ...... 83.09 M. L. Worby, patrol ...... S9.25 Lyell W. Miller, patrol ---- 84. S5 S D. McDonald, patrol .... 108.00 Ralph Markla, patrol ........ 91.00 Fred J. Coon, patrol ........ 84.00 William O. LudWlg, patrol .. 104.00 Ed Fuchnen, patrol ........ 126.00 Harry Helmke, patrol ...... 62.25 John Hanftelman, labor ...... 61.97 , Peter Movlck, patrol E. L. Fitch, labor 81.0 31.8 ttest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. . . , . C. L. Fitch, labor .......... 27.65 Frank J. Wagner, labor ...... 13.6« Ed Egirert, labor .......... 1.76 James Kelso, labor .......... B4.00 4.50 _________ _______ Mayor. I Clarence Hentfjes," labor ". '. .. * Arnold Wearer, labor ...... BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS ohn Spencer, labor 39.2 Ved Jacobs, mdse. r. 8. Norton A Son, mdse. Kohl baas goods Broa., return 2.6 372.41 60.00 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 37.50 65.00 65.00 65.00 143.77 Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 11, 1938. KATHARINE McEVOT, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. Burt & Davidson, Bmmetsbursr Iowa, attys. 29-31 Harry Barton, salary Frank Ostrum, salary Laura Mitchell, salary Neptune Meter Co., mdse. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. C. A. Momyer & Sons, abstract igj.86 W. A. Richardson, labor— 13.97 George Holtzbauer, mdee. 10 19 Lalng & Muckey, mdse. — 20.35 Tom Frankl, gas _ i 06 Skelly Oil Co., gas - 6.60 GENERAL FUND H. A. Van Alstyne. salary fil.OO A. E. Moulds, salary 55.00 Cecil McGlnnis, salary ... 50.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, dogs. 600 Harms Oil Co.. kero 11.45 Wm. C. pairs Dau Garage, re- CITY BILLS Jane 30, 1938. Tbe City Council met at the City Hall In regular session with the mayor and all fhe councilmen present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and accepted. A clRaret and beer permit was granted to Alex Demand. Motion was carried to purchase and Adams Ro»d Grader, price to be $428.00. The following resolution was passed: RESOLUTION NO. 1 WHEREAS, a number of the patrons of the Water Department of the City of Algona. Iowa, own the Dutch's Service, repairs Tom Frankl, gas Harris Brothers, gas ,„.„„ K. & H. Oil Co., gas 21.62 ' 18.70 .75 15.40 10.85 meters through which the water consumed by them is measured; and her aunt, Mri. at Winfred, S. tended visit with George McDonald D. Allen Sarchett, son of Robert Sarchett, was expected home this week from Fort Snelling, where he at tended a six weeks' session of the reserve officers at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch their son John and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Kramer drove to Forl Dodge last Friday where John consulted a specialist in regard to his eyes. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classon and daughter Donna, and Lee Ann Olsen spent Tuesday with relatives at Mallard. LU VERNE NEWS Mrs. Andrew Hansen Mrs Fred 1'ergande has returned from a major operation at the university hospital at luwu City. Tile Harry U< htys e , >eut Sunday with friends ut Armstioiit:. and the J. K. I.iudfcbaks ulco spout the duv there. Mrs. A. W. Dimltr and Mis.< Aaron Steusey spent Monday at •y*? 0 " ( '" y ' Vera DimUr. who had veen visiting the fJerald Her- tjfcnerb, earue home with ihcoi. Mr. and Mrs. Lake Mills Sunday remained there lor her parents. Mr.v Olive Mars Hof went tu and Mr.*, Huf tlit week with Monrovia, •r cousins. I. H. i at Mehdamtb K i. Chap-u^i Htm-Uk'i. ji«d J. L. Lirhi There will be no cervices at the ; Mfcthijdiit thurrh July ••:>, and 30 j except Sunday M-houl. 'IDe jju.itor will be having his vacation. Mrs. Jacob Kubly and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Kubly utu-ud.-d the Peter Hauck 25th wtddiug anniversary at Jeffries, Mijjjj., Sunday. Sharon, tuuill dautiilcr of Mr and Mr* John Jack J ou. returned to ] Eiuiuetsburg Friday with tuj Tuu O'Brifcos, who had spent u .'i.w days here. liurleue Conoway accoinpanicd ktr cousin, Leila Alison, who hud been visiting here from Needles, wh'-re the Walters lived before (oiuins here, has returned, and a friend. Eugene Hickansrud, taiue with him lor a visit. Mrs. Cecil Munson and her son "illy spent last week with the for- '"er's aister, Mrs. Harvey Nelson. Mr. Munson came Friday, and the Munsons went to Their home is ut \Vh Flou-me HaiiiUb is .sul ' he postolficfc for Louie Mi scon, o i.-; with her M.,t c .r Ji-niiic. a '••in ;.< Mr-TV hu.-ri ;.tl. Fort Miss UaiuLU-i had been vis- IIIDK the Lewis Petersons, Ma.."ii t'ity. Mrs. Emiaa. Lehman, Boxholm, slain last week with her daughter. Mrs Fred Merkle. The ( haj-les VVtfatendorfs, Buffalo f'enter, vis- "i d relii'hr.- uere one day lu--t week Marj-'au-i CibMj-i, Xewton, been a ^ut.~t at Mrs. E/jjily as I tie iijuiia^euiei.t of the Stand- ii .-tution here hen been changed. Aithur i.ai.-on. who cau.e luie litiijj I'orwit'i las-t •-I'liijj:. Las U!t lor au elevator at iJenhan 'I he new mua had not 'ked in at ilie time ih:fi •een WHEREAS, it i« deBlrous that :he title to these meters be in the <'lty of Algona, Iowa; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: That the Superintendent of Public Works of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and he is hereby authorized and empowered lo enter into a contract of purchase of Bald water meters for and on behalf of the City of Algona, Iowa, said contract to be substantially in the following form: I or we, the undersigned, being the owner of water meter No In the property located at No. Street in the City of Algona, Iowa, do hereby transfer the ownership of taid meter to the City of Algona, Iowa In consideration for thft same the city of . Algona, Iowa, agrees to maintain and keep in good repuir the water meter on the above described premises at the expense of the City of Algona, Iowa, except In case taid water meter is damaged by freezing or by negligence on part of the tenant or owner of the property in which the meter is located. In case said meter U damaged by freezing or negligence on tbe part of the tenant or owner of the property in which Bald meter is located the owner of the property shall pay to the City of Algona, Iowa, the cost of repairing said meter. Dated this 30th day of June, 1!*38. Owner. CITY OF AIjGONA, IOWA By Superintendent of Public Works of the City of Algona. Iowa. The following bilU were allowed: J. W. Kelly, biliary $ !<7.5u Leo Bfllofk. sa'ary . .... 70.011 F. C. Dailey, sulary 70.no Torn Halpin, salary 6750 Walter Gorman, salary _. fi7 50 H. E. Stephemion, salary. C5.00 Hay Barton, salary 65.00 c. Wright, salary 42.50 Adah Carlson, salary 70.00 rold Roth, labor 5280 iertha Johnson, labor S.tjo Foe Kelly Ja.. labor ..... 37.20 West. Elect. & Mfi.'. Co., mdse. 33.24 joulds Pumps Inc.. mdse. 1.37 ieutral Electric, mdse. . C>>4.30 a. Machinery & Supply Co.. uidtoe. -- ...__ '.I'i'.i'i 'itsel Service Co.. Ludj.tr.. 2 ij Jearborn Chemical c 0 .. mdie. n.!)7 29.99 .75 6.00 1.33 28.50 17.23 16.23 25.00 20.00 .66 25.00 35.00 7.65 7.85 7.65 Dutch's Service. Eas Wm. Bowman, labor Bub Knoll, labor Kohlhaas & Spllles, radse C. A. Heard, labor Advance 1 Pub. Co., printing Algona U. D. M., printing Dr. Sawyer, rent Mrs. Colllnson, salary Kohlhaaa 4 Spllles, indite. Bert Whltmarsb. salary SEWER FUND ' J. W. Kelly, salary Dick Helmers, labor Ryner Helmera, labor Vern Scobba, labor Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. P. S. Norton & Son. mdse. N. W. Boll Telephone Co., Bervice Kohlhaas A Spillcg, rndVe* Advance Pub. f'o., mdse.. Algona Laundry, labor _. r>utch'« Service, Kas KoMuth Oil Co.. gas Nelson & Terming, rent .. ' Jesse Lanhbrook, salary - • Willard Gregson, labor E. SkillitiK, labor P. SkllllnK, labor Oliver Bakken, labor ' Go. Gunder, labor Herman Lynn, labor " John HelmerB, labor " ('has. Harvey, labor " Standard Oil Co., labor. T 1-elghton Supply f'o., la- ' bor H. W. Post, freight f McCormick-Deerinp, nidee ' GreenberK Auto Supply, * indue. ' Botsford Lumber Co., * mdse. " Kohlhaas & Spille*, mdse. ' P. S. Norton & Son, mdse. ' Norton Machine Works, ' repairs Erick Nelson, labor * I.. A. Copp. adv. FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary " Earl Bowman, labor Dr. K. M. Wallace, rare of Earl Bowman f'lapiVs Master Service, ind^e. SWIMMING POOL Evelyn Graham, salary -Martha Palmer, salary .. Phil Bergfield, salary ... Bob Sellstrom, salary Bofford Lumber Co., ' mdse. Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. P. S. Norton & Son. mdse. Norton Machine Works, ' repairs Alpona Laundry, labor .. luternatl Filter f'o., mdee -Meyer & Wenthe. mdse Thompson - Huyward <'hemical Co., mdse. Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. Algona r. I). M.. mds,e. ._ DEPOSIT FUND H. R. Bt-tsworth et al, refund depom 126.05 BAND FUND Aljvona Municipal Band, concerts 650.00 Pawed and approved this 30th day of June. 1938. «'. F. SPtX'HT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. 4.90 * 8.14 "• 3.58 " 211 '12.50 .70 " 14.89 ' 21.15 10.42 70.00 6'l.30 ' 75.48 ' 41 96 ' 4543 ' 46.S8 40.42 46.!)7 ' 40.45 32.23 200.83 G.27 122 Cl 3.42 ' 7.6!t ' 31.51 24.13 ' 6fl2 ' 25.0') 55 22.50 52.80 171.00 2.00 42.00 ' 27.93 60.76 52.80 .88 ' 5.08 ' .16 5.08 10.06 5.93 13.37 37.76 42.83 10.36 Auditor's Office, July let. 1938 . 9:00 O'clock A. M. Board of Supervisors met pursu ant to adjournment with all member present. Motion by Morris and'second b Heiken that the Surety Bond of Pau and Williams (or 126,411.42 be ap proved. Ayes: all. Motion by Heiken and second by Morris that the petition for Soldier' Exmptlon of Henry R. Lentz fo $600.00 In Hebron Township be ap proved. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Heiken that the application for qlg- arette permit and bond of Sidney Wai berg Algona, Iowa, be approved Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second In Fraser that the application for permit to sell beer and bond of Cecil O. Bailey, Seneca, be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Heiken and second by PYaser that the following Resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED, by the KOB- suth County Board of Supervisor!, hat pursuant to the provisions of Section 4829 and 4829-A1, Chapter 31, Acts of the 47th Oeneral Assembly, we hereby order that all land owners In Kossuth County shall idopt such cultural practices or o.th r methods of control as will prevent he growth and spread of all primary noxious weeds. Section 4817 oi the tate Weed Law classifies the fol- owlng weeds In the primary noxious -roup: Quack grass (Agropyron repens), •rennlal sow thistle (Ronchus ar- ensls), Canada thistle (Clrsium ar- vanse), European Morning Glory or "eld bindweed (Convolvus arven- • ). horse nettle (Solanum carolln- nse). leafy spurge (Euphorbia sula), perennial pepper grass (Lep- llum draba,. and Russian knapweed Cntaurea repens). In addition, land owners nre here- y ordered to mow or cut all sec- ndary noxious weeds as often as is ecessary to prevent seed produc- on. Section 4817 of the State Wppd . aw classifies the following weeds i the second noxlnus group: but rprlnt (Abullton Vheophraitl) an nual. cockelbur (Xar.thlum commune) annual, wild mustard (Bras »lca arvensls) annual, wild rarro I>aucus carota) biennial, buckhorn (FMantago lanceolata) perennial sheep sorrel (Humes Aretose-lla) perennial, sour dock (Rumex erls pus) perennial, smooth dock (Rumex altlsxlmus) perennial. Puncture vln (TrlliulUH terrestrial annual. In i-ane of a substantial failure to romplv with tl.e ahovt? order. SPC- tloa 4S29-B3 of the State Weed Law empowers the weed commlsslorer or weed commlsslonerK to destruj- al such weeds, the expense of »uct. de • trurtlon to be pnld from the county general fund, and to be later recov ered by a special atsetnrment tax against the property Involved. In cases where the cost of destruction appears likely to exceed $2!i.OO. ih property owner will he notified o the proposed expenditure by r*J?l«l er**rt malt. The atiove resolution Is ordere. publlnhed In tlm official ounty news papers In compllnnre with Section Loyd Gardner, Eagle Swea City Thos. Berg, Hebron . .Elmore, Minn J, H. Holcomb, Lakota Lakota Paul Hertskl. Lincoln. Lakota Louis Anderson, Spring. fleld • • • • • Elmore, Minn. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that Dell Marlow be Riven a refund of 13.00 for road pol" tax paid and also worked In Fentin township for 19S7. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that Ralph Thompson be glen a refund of $3.00 tor road poll tax paid and also worked In Lone Rock n Burt Townsnl P for 1937. Motion by Fraee^ and second by , elken that the road poll tax for 1937 charged against Harold Curran 'n Sherman TownsMp be abated rea- '"J. worked same. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second bv Cosgrove that Heiken be appointed •°,i m , e H? CM8ary . repairs on the following District Drain. No. 90, Sub 3 of No. 60. No. 82. No. B. No. 139 *, 0 ' 102. No. HI. No. 1««. No. 12. No.' 88 and No. 129. Ayes: all. Motion by Heiken and second by ?i.triof t t?J l .i Pr y er . make "pairs on District Drain No. 25. Ayes: all. H. M k»J,° n ,h b ^ 9»«K r .«> v « and second by leiken that Morris make necessary Ayes:™ii 0n Dll>trlct Drain No. 4. - ^^ Dick Baade, labor 49.20 Qeo. F. Graham, labor 32.90 Hllbert Severeln, labor 11.00 Dwlght Graham, labor 9.00 R G. Stlnstrom. labor 40.40 Carl I. Anderson, labor 24.B') G. W. Gunder, labor 8.84 Central States Electric Co., light serv 128 Central States Electric Co.. light serv. 1.02 Frank Claptaddle, labor 6.80 .John F. Wubben, labor 2R.OO Nel» Bartelson. labor 4 SO Peter N. Thllges. labor 14.7:. Henry TJaden, labor 6 2S I^eander Vaske, labor 27.T. J. I. Merrvman, bridge work 3B1.65 Overtor Chemical Co.. sup_,n"e« 1061.53 Walsh Electric Serv., supplies 11?.in A. C. Hench. supplies 1.67 Fullerton Lumber Co., supplies 2133 Kohlhaas A Spllles, supplies 16^1 Grcenberg Auto Supply, supplies no 17 Geo Holtzbauer, supplies.. '.'. 5^9 Northern Lumber Co., supplies McCormlck-Deerlng Store, supplies Frank Cook, supplies 2?!"f ra ,. L " n l h ?': Co., supplies Nels Bartelson, labor .... lit Dr. H.-K, No. i— ». ^ Chas. E. Chubb, engineer ,. 89.11 Fullerton Lumber Co., sup- 4 i Jl" piles 1*.M Dr. B.-K. No. J— ... 'A \B. G. Stlnstrom, labor ll.tf carl I. Anderson, labor ,. 10.16 Northern Ltimber Co., sup- piles 4.«t Dr. H.-K No. 2-38— . ^ Dick BBa«e, , Mtbor 1.W G*o. Graham, labor |f Uwltht Graham, labor 77 Dr. B.-K. Jfo. 8-46— . ., Uhas. A. Anderson, labor .. 1.70 Dr. W.-K. No. 3-11— M Lewis Larson, labor 80 Dr. H.-K.-W. No. 81-1-146— , : AH Ooerhelman, labor 81 POOR FUND District No. 1— A . Dr. Knowlee, med $6.00 i>r. B. L. Baslnger, med 2100 Dr. Corblr, med 8.00 Dr. Scott, med 50.09 Dr. Andrews, med 10.00 Ur. Janse, med 28.00 General Hospital, hosp. care 3.GO Mrs. A. B. Bargston, care .. 27.00 C. a Jornson, prov 8.60 Hurt Restaurant, prov 5.00 H. W. Qeelan, prov 15.00 Moe A SJogren, prov. Albert Schneider, prov 1 Cut Rate Groc., prov 8 Hoods I. G. A., prov Botafords, fuel B. F. Burtis, rent C. H. Llchty, rent L. W. Swanvor, amb. serv... 16.00 District No. 2— Dr. Andrews, med 80.00 Dr. Janse, med 44.50 General Hospital, hosp. care 63.50 Cut Rate Groc., prov 16,00 Hoods I. G. A., prov 14.50 General Hospital, hosp. care 80.00 Dr. Cretzmeyer, med 43.60 Dr. Keneflck, med 10.00 ~ - 10»,60 7.00 20.or l.OO ell 4.00 .7* 82.16 ., Geo. L. Hunt Mfg. Co., supplies Dutch's Super Serv.. supplies Arthur Pehrson, supplies .. Peterson Garage, supplies ____ Elmore Cement * Tile Co., supplies .................. 1.40 A i ams . Co.. supplies ---- 293.U 180.19 72.0H IS.15 1.63 6.PS 10.1S 27.4C lugene Colwell, bty.' ..'.'.'.'.'.'. L W i ?, u J" var .-. Postage .... '. W. Sullivan, •nr r*..t» * 14. July The City Counc-il met in ad.- jourued bt-xiiiou wnb all members present. Motion carried to pur- I'Lajse lui'iu ft. of 2 ! /i-iri. fire hose at !i8c per It. Following library trustees were upjioi Hied for u term of *u years: K. J (Jihijore, W. ('. Dewel, Ellu J, W bills, allowed follow: KLBTTKK' FVND Kelly, salary _________ 97.50 4«29-al. Chapter 131, Acts of tlu- 47tl General Assembly. The atiiive reBolutlon !H herc>i\ adopted thin 1st day of .Tuly. A. T> 19liS at a regular meeting of th< Tloard ft Supervisors of Konfrntl bounty. Iowa. Ayes: McDonald, Cosgrove. MOT- rls. Heiken, Fraser. Nays: non«". Motion liy Fmner and secord 'hy Morris that the application for cigarette permit and bond, and the application for claim "fT* lieer permit ml bund of IT. il. Frank:, Irvlnir- or Iowa, be approved. Ay«i' aTl. Motion by Powgrove and *M»otid by Fraser that the application TOT clg arnie permit und bond, and the ap- :illratlon for Class -B" heer p»?rmtt and bond of Mary McKennm, fit. Benedict, be approved. Aye«: aTl. Mutton bv MorrlH and second by •riHgrove that the applloktlnn tor iKurette permit and b<md of IT» Hanxtri liurt, Iowa, be approved. Aye*: all. liy Cosarrove and «tjrond oy Morris that the Board of Supi-rvlnoiH accept I2H2 11 from Will Kvarm AH compromise settlement In full f. delinquent personal property ta>. charjxeil against Bald Will Kvnnti. In KiiKHUtli founty, Iowa. Ayes: all Motion liy Krasvr ard ntc'/nd by Mtirrlu tliat the nppllratlnn for HK- arettc ourmlt and bond of Wm, H«n- na, Kt. Joe, »* approved. Ayt«: all. M'.tlon by Franer and second hy Heiken il.at the application for cla»:i "('." beer permit and bond of B. .1 S'arkry, Oulhralth, be approved. Ayes: all. Motion liv Morris and necond hv PosgrovB that the application for Cla«» "B" beer permit and bond of Nick CienKler. Lotu Creek, be approved AvKf all Motion by Heiken and «e«ond by Frantr that the Hernl-Annual Report nf M .1 Kuffy. TreaHurer of Ko». mtli County, Iowa, be approved, and Die County Auditor be ln»tructecl to pub.'luh same. Ayes: all. Mutlon by KruHer anil Becord by Ilrlken that Hie quarterly re-ports of feen collected bv .1 .1 F'ooley Poun- ty Krcorder and K. 8. Klnney, County Auditor and the HhtrlfTs report for the quarter be approved. Ayes: al' Motion by Morris and second by Frai-er that the application for clK- arttte permit and bond of B J fan- key, ".Smllty's Hervlce Station," Sextor be approved. Aye»: all. Motion by Heiken and second by FYaaer that a I'auper Nolle* be served on ttie following peri>on»: May Cronlr. William Cronln and family. Fay Mlnard, William and Mayne. Otto and family. Torn I.ee. Mlllard 8hooprnan and family, Frank Blair Mullin. Mr. and Mrw. A. Veht-lffi ml family and William Me Kin ley Andervon. Ayen: all. Motion by Kra«er an<l second by Mori/a (hut the expiration date of tiact with F. E. Croiner. Tax Accountant, be extended to July 31m. ":i9. Ayes: all. Motion by Heiken arid second by Fiaser that the following perxoiiH ie appointed a a weed commiiision- m in renpectlve townahlpn: »' A M E—TO W NSH IP A DI) R KSS F Overrneyer. Al«ona . ...Algonu Elic McArthur. Unliin ... Alfred Jertftrsen, I'lum Cru-k A. B I^ppe, Ram»ey .. . Kill Bchwletert. Portland . Herman Dreenman, German .Tltoiik* Arnlrcw Hanaen. Buffalo . .Tltonka, Lew BolenluM, Wesley Wettiey tteo B. Ludwl(f. Prairie .St Benedict Herman Harmen. Oarfleld West Bend Than Plathe. Rlverdale Bode Herman Warmbler, Bher- „ rno , r , LuVerno Frank < lapsadille. LuVerne .Corwlth Henry Klscheld. Irvlngton ..Algona Harry Sul.ln. C'rfxco Algona Henrv Kchullz, Whltte- W. BullIvS: postal! ,- J*' Sullivan, postage '. W. Sullivan, postage ugh McDonald, bty el .t. Va J? Alle n. salary orpthy T. Shatto. salary ucllle Dole, salary ary K. Sands, salary'" Evelyn A. Dole, salary .. t ' i«n onald, comm. & ses- W. slor W. S. CosgrovV,'comm"A 10.45 5.00 49.40 22:50 15.03 25.00 «.00 1.50 l.OU 2s.no 6ft.on 6S.O(t 9r..on ... 65.00 islon 175.80 141.50 Chas. Morris. slon P. J. Heiken, slon comm. & '&" F. E. Crnmer, tax arc't Lawrence Weaver, bty. . '" M. J. DwfTy, adv. bty . Casey Loss. tjd. & lodiCT prls C. H. OMwInkle, del. tax'coil' W m. Shirley, travel, erp. it- •"- Wlnfcel Iravel exp. i" welfare, 81 15«. 60 IS;.09 JSf.SO 1.8-, V«ra E. Schw'le't'e'rt,' m." 'grade J. 3. Dor^ey.' 'office 'evp.''.'.' '.'. ,.. Advance Publishing Co., print- ChS^'cia^: 11 !'^-'.'"'"''^ ^ os.')-) 7.3I1 43.58 2 CO 5.00 32.10 '-."»•* * 'Clai'k. printing ...; Matt Parrott & Sons Co* stip- piles Jerkrns-'FerKerna'nri ' Co'.,' up- sup- 171 SO IJ.fld „ Rose Serv.. siipplle/T u T-iour an< ] Feed Co "Upt.lles ' " Norton Globe Mach. A Supply Co.'. supplier 44105 KeHey How Thomson Co., sup" *" 45.22 rt Dodge Co., supplies 21 40 on Road Mach. Co., sup- Piles HO.OR Standard Supply Co., supplies 60.05 Glbbs Cook Tractor ft Equip. Co.. supplies j»5l Iowa Mach ft Supply Co., sup- ' piles 44; Central Auto Electric Co., supplies 71 06 Sioux City Iron Co.. supplies 7'3B Cords Piston Ring Co., supplies n 10 C. R. Smith, supplies ' i'n It*sco Alloy Co.. supplies .. 191 87 Atlantic Steel Co.. supplies.. 10645 Kossuth Oil Co.. suppfles i: USioo K. ft H. Coop. Oil Co.. supplies 30 31 Peerless Oil Co.. supplies .. 263.03 Standard Oil Co.. supplies. .1264.92 Lone Telephone Co.. tele serv I».5« Hovey Case Shop, supplies.. 19 06 Walter Schmidt, labor " 00 Hoenk Motor Serv.. suppll.s . s'oo _ DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. 4— E. G. Stlnstrom, labor*T... Oirl I. Anderson, labor .. nick Bande. labor Oeo. Graham, labor Northern Lumber Co.. SUD- plles Dr. No. C— Chas. R. Chubb, engineer .. Dlck'llaadc, labor Dr. No. 9— Clarence Hentges. labor .... James Kelso, labor Dr. No. 12— Geo. Looft, labor .. John Welch, labor Dr. No. 20— nick Baade. labor Geo. Graham, labor Dr. No. 33— Dick Raade, labor Dr. No. 66 — George Looft. labor John Welch, labor Dr. No. 60— K. J. Palmer, labor Dr. No. 78— Dr. M. G. Bourne, med Dr. Walter Fraser Est, med.. Dr. Wallace, med Dr. McCorkle, dental Mrs. Ella Brtggs, care ...... Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care Salvation Army, med. care Meta M. Gade, nursing- .... Roy Stelnman, care W. T. Pllcher, prov Myers Grocery, prov R. A. Clark, pro<r Standard Oil Co., fuel Mrs. Wm. Meyers, care 10.00 Harold Schmidt, rent 10.00 R. F. Donovan, rent 1000 A. M. Colllnson, rent 16.00 Wm. Behnke, rent 10.00 District No. 8— Dr. Andrews, med 70 00 Dr. Janse, med J 00 General Hospital, hosp. care 24.M Hoods I. G. A., prov 8.00 Dr. Adams, med 11.00 Mrs. Matt Erdman, prov. .... 4.JO Farmers Elevator Co., fuel .... «.ll W. G. McCuIlough, amb. serv (.60 T. P. Doerr, rent 10 00 District No! 4— w Dr. Andrews, med 2000 General Hospital, hosp. care 7 00 Dr. Clapsaddle. med 10800 Dr. Carlson, med. 70 00 Augusta Belts, care' IJIrk Baade, labor . Ur. No. 79— J^anws Kelso, labor & Hon. . M. O. Iloiirne, Ko«ijuth Hospital, hosp. T>r C. I). Hchaap. dental Robert ilunkofikl, bty Rimer Ftnyker. bty Kwrln lo-.-nken. bty Harold LTUben, bty Will Lauch. bty. .'.'.;;; g r wln H Hlms. bty. ..!.'."" H. w. 'Geelan. bty ttlcliard Heenken. bty.".;":; Ilalph Oeerdea. bty Krwln Oelaklng. bty ; 'irt C. Klppentrop, bty. Verle Nelson, bty George Prhmldt. bty'.". " Jarold Johnson, bty. ... Wallace Andemo, hty Arthur I'rlebe, bty '" Oliver Your jr. bty.' .'.'.'.'.'"'" tioward Andres, J. p. f<.e« tfclnder KromlnKa. conut fees •. r. Hpei-ht, mavor fees V A .,^ a , n Alutyne. marsh. ifyrtle .Ionian, mtjf Maude M. Hanna m'tir O U Hurt, mtg. .....; pile* * Chambers sup: BurrouKha Aiidl'n'if' Mach.' V'o.', 7.'.. Iier * f * frfcn Afst " 'n'preni- — rm«. mtK. Mike Wagner, mtg K'.Bsuth C.u. Farm approp ifacrnllllan <"<>., iup'p'iieg Scott K<.re«/nan Co.. «upplie« lit r '"i >8 * '-eaf Co., suppllea al. law Broj... suppllea.... Folleit I-ublUhlng Co., aup- plleu v Hand McNallv Co" iiiniiYlei " HU""!^., I ' u . bl . u !'. e ™ *•"'"•'• . COI'HT FUND iJavldaon. court 11C.41 supplies 4.'H es 3.«u med 12.50 care I«4.!10 4.0(1 DO 55 ,10 10 .... 1.80 1.50 7.70 40 50 95 55 2. JO 95 1.35 1.00 12.55 13.60 *.5(l 14 2.50 1.1.' 2.20 3.00 1 HO 1.38 36.30 150.00 27 05 10 00 4.00 4.110 4.(10 4.00 375 0 13.1 4«.7ji <!'§6 20.17 12.02 81.55 85.82 21.60 ro— lal) or .. Chas. E. Chubb, engineer . . fJeo. Looft. labor ...... . John Welch, labor . . Dr. No. 62 — ........ Chas. E. Chubb, engineer .. Oeo. I j00 ft , abor •......• John Welch, labor Theo. Dorenbush, labor . R. Pomeroy, labor .... Elmore Cement & Tlle'Co" supplies Dr. No. 83— ............ Chas. E. Chubb, engineer . Homer Nolte, labor fernley Nolte. labor James Kelso. labor ____ '" Clarence Hentges. labor".! Ii. ,; I J orton & Bor. suppite, Dr No. 85— r ° eUm> '"PP 1 ^* • Oeo. 'ixjoft, labor ...... John Welch, labor ____ ' " fees Bureau, ranees Porter VA1H OIlOUNO .o*!«uth County Agrlc. appro- 3 ° Avii'n, KUN'D Co., . .Bancroft .. .Burt ">'"* c, Kwnlclt. Burt R lofntion Fenton lirj KitrHi.-n. Orfrriwii rl.;.r.| I',,nui z . I.r.ltB ''•-e,.k H ,i.."»i.-, .MJ.,,*,.;, l A'"li"R,,n «\v,..-i K. K~llv HurrlMim filll.- T Molln Sw^u f'lty A M Kollasch, Grunt . Whltttmore Burt . I<>nuui •1 . Swi.-u ('il y . ' one Rock . uw«. n rit v .Swea Cllv Swea T'ltv Swell C'lty „- H. Blckteff."labor,: Mutual Trust Life In» travel Inn! . . . fhrls F. Nielsen, labor I. Merrvrnai), lyrlrtge work I. Merryman, bridge work I. M. Smith, salary '. Don T. Nugent, salary John IX Fraser. rodman .':::; Clarence Zufalls. gravel g L Huber. labor "' Ben Nolte. labor Clarence E. Huff, laboi Orvlllu N. Klklrts. labor I.ar« Garvlck. labor " ' Haifirard * Waller, p'rio'tini' PtnndanJ Supply Co., «uppj|« Barton-Warner Co.. supolln Nortor & Bonn. Huncllen 500.00 80 no 75.60 300.00 . 42.40 . 364 «(i . 75*11 . 250.00 , 156.00 , 84,'jfl .180434 , .1(12 'fi , 146.4(1 IOOHO . 48.011 3S.7H 360 I 355 9K i na.ui 32.in 1044 60 7 03 9 (17 41 25 S.2B 70.00 1 ?R 0" UK nit 1132« 36 70 Dr. No. 86 — Dick Baade. Dr? H- Oeo. labor " bor Looft, labor . Dick Baade, labor . James Kelso, labor . nick Baade. labor .Oeo. Loofi, labor E. U C abor Kltch, . L. Fitch, lab,,. James Kelso. labor 1 " nCn " ft; "' H, , J , I ' alm *r. labor . pile! Lumb «=r Co., Dr. No. iiill 9"?' L ,?°.".. "abor «up- Lyle Kainp« on , labor ^ J" S). 10 !'- '"bor .. Iabor Iabor 34.80 30.4T. 5.20 4.65 14.31 4.00 1.60 5.25 6.00 10.00 8.75 7.SO 2.80 2.80 2.80 2.45 6.00 2.00 4.00 3.50 7 5t 4.00 3.50 7.00 10.00 7.00 3R.72 28.00 3.60 7 7. BO 1R.75 19.75 4.00 3.50 12.73 36.2!< 6.60 4.90 1 4 16.0 14.00 l.KO .70 14.01 2.00 3.20 2.80 10.00 8.70 33. 20 29.65 6 00 5.25 6.00 1.10 4.09 3 50 12.00 i3.»0 20.65 9.03 5.50 2.40 2.10 Bmlth Dpt. Store, prov. .... 6.00 C. H Srhrader. rent f 00 T «' MeOaherar. rent .... 10.09 J. H. Sheridan, rent 1(00 District No. Ii— Dr. Andrews, med SO 00 Dr. Schroeder. med 115 00 £ u , t £i e ^ BI k Ho ' !pltal ' no "P- c » r « 29.80 Griffith Drug Co., med 6 91 Mrs. Wm. ukena, prov. 4 ]( Warburtons, prov 1800 Thaves Sisters, prov 2400 Blmsers, prov g gj Hill Top Dairy, prov 6. - 40 Bowen A Grupp, prov. 10.00 Ben Rushtor, rent 10.00 Henry Kline.' rent General Poor — Mrs Tribon. supplies ........ H. R Hays. labor ......... Sub-Division of Aid to Blind, • blind aid ............... . H. W. Heine, rent Algona Flour ft Feed lp.00 supplies <r(n E. J Co., . 39.00 9.03 6.00 21.33 13.18 12.50 11B.10 27.69 Edwin E. Jonnibn'.'labor'.'."! Botsford Lumber Co.. supplies ^"'5* ft M , u « k «y- suppllei . . . . H. E. McMurray, labor ...... County Farm — John Hennlng. labor ........ 60.09 Myron E. Ludwlg. labor ...... 6 00 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 13.70 F. S. Norton & Son. supplies ---Nelson ft Lenslngi. prov. . . Cut Rate Groc., prov Dr. Bourne, med ........... Dr. Janse. n*ed ............. Fred Park, freight .......... Richardson Furniture Co. •upplles .................. ; Harvey Mat Co.. supplies ____ Alsrona Motor Sales Co., sup* piles ...... ....... . Kossuth Co., Impl. Co., pnea sup- 62.6* 6K.OT 17.7S 1.00 1.00 4.13 1.71 3,93 6.13 3.99 1.61 Standaro; Oil "Co.:".^^."? 67 IS Algona Flour Feed Co.. «up- nlles ..... iti n RKSOLVED. That Vh« County Alia" iior is nreby authorised to Issue riL"t~,y?*k lr -*. ""« Der '"Schedule at Ll»lms hereinbefore written, on motion Board adjourned "8ln» Die. w. E. MCDONALD. B R County Auditor. ••1 Lone Rock. Iowa Julv 22. 193« , 1:00 o'clock p. m. an(1 by Morrl* for the former Patient' Ayes; alf Motion by Mr. -- -. l <-o . nil. ., M ^'.'V." !'. y Heiken PIT IM/I ». ™' BNO * "". a ." ""."'red ""^•••SiA.TOr: and on vald &fr& i?i£? n >VTO°a •,«" *v. E. MCDONALD, !• S. KIN8By Chalrinan - "-r.^nS'tcVn'd'^ Jllv of AlBfona, light »erv. Hurrv Helmke. labor ... vvulter L. Johnson, labor V'"n Weir, patrol Kelnder Kromlnga. patrol ' arl Oarrt-tl. patrol •I K. Falk. patrol . Robert Wood, labor ."""' Lynn Kuchenreuther. patrol A 1 Hlldmsn. patrol ... Wilbur A Fisher, patrol )liver Vounyr. patrol ">ov»l Sanders, patrol".""" t. •' n K , 8nd * r " "atrol Kil Baker. natr n | Hn«l. Bnlterfleld. patrol'.'.".' Mike BBker patrol Verno Mofltider, patrol Roelf R Miller. pStro !.'.'.' ,,„„, Henry Wohlrs, lubor 67.80 | . 02 7S 104 Ol »" 0'. 72.00 fie ii- DA «>-, 94 Kf, w "l meet August estimate of „,. E H. KIN8EY f '""nty Auditor. General . fourt Exp. .'.'.' Poor S'tate Insane Co. School Soldierii Relief Bovine T. B Em«rg«nfcy .' Pc-ondarv Road Fund. Con (tfcmlH) 140000 Ma/n'Vllm'/.V -**» Main (3 mill) •ns-Mt (6-Sm> r y. Cash fld Bd Fnlr OroundD 11.500 '4.800 .100 45,000 72 00 I «Overdraf! TO.000 Ufl.OOO 25.000 35.000 4,300 66,956 .. Jncluj 30.000 SO.000 11.409 1 31)1 Total» .... H28.600 8200,830 •|td In above lo'looo"" 0 "* 1109.600 0.000 .'io.onn 25.000 So'ooo '.'S.OOO IT, nnn 4 300 130.3.14 156.278 34 U» 3.M4 S<I3 31.661 162.894 "71.734 3.1 8<i

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