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Algona, Iowa
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The Algona Upper Des Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 1ft, 1938 13PUPOSNAMED TO HIGH SCHOOL Jerome Nielsen, Jack Chrischilles, Don Ward, Picked as Presidents of Three tipper Classes Elections to the student council last week completed the filling of the posts open in the high school administrative group. Thirteen members were chosen by their respective home rooms and two by the junior high classes. Three members were chosen last fall by the returning classes and the presidents of the senior high classes and the cheer leaders serve as ex-officlo members. Miss Viola Bohlen, literature Instructor, is the sponsor. The purpose of the body Is to fost. er school spirit by giving students an active part In the student government The council promotes pep activities, parties and has charge of kindred other activities. Members elected this fall Include the following: senior high school home rooms—Kenneth Baklcen, Pitman Lalng, Burns Nugent, Junior! Tibbetts, Paul Furestenau. Margaret, Miller, Russell Thorpe, Russell Bu- j chanan, Verona Krieps, Edgar Schmlel, Julius Baas, • Raymonc Lund and Rex Taylor. Junior high representatives elected are Arlene Bast and George Banwart Hold-overs from last year are Lyle Anderson, senior, Virginia Spear, junior, and Betty Geering, sophomore. Presidents of classes who hold seats on the council by virtue of their offices are Jerome Neilsen, senior president, Jack Chrischilles, junior, and Don Ward sophomore class head. The freshman president has not as yet been elected. Cheer-leaders who are members of the council are Betty Merrltt. Ruby Turner, Joan Stephenson Mary Jane Neville and Orval Bakken. Rewrites Of N«wt From Last Thursday's Konolh County Advanct TWO BOYS, 11 years of age, were apprehended after they had broken 13 colored windows In the Methodist 'church with sling Shots. Mayor Specht gave the boys a warning lecture on such serious and destructive pranks. » * * D. E. DEWKli, Algona, was named lieutenant-governor of the district, at a meeting of Klwanls club delegates held at Cedar Rapida, last week, • * • DEATHS: Ralph Bates, 42, broth, cr of Mrs. C. A. Samson of Algona, at Des Molnes. He was found dead In his truck, where he had succumbed two days before. Passersby thought he was sleeping. Mrs. S. P. Peterson, 91, mother of Elmer T. Peterson, at Lindsborg, Kansas. What U the "Right-of-Way?" Who has the "Rlght-of-Way7 fl I will not attempt to answer these questions because conditions and circumstances are involved that make one answer Inapplicable to all cases. However, the safest bet and the wisest course 1s to give the other fellow the right-of-way rather than argue or have an accident. What does a delay of a few minutes mean compared to a safe Journey? Why gamble on the possibility of a serious accident just for the satisfaction of having the right-of- way? If you arrive at an intersection at about the same time another motorist does and he signifies his Intention of crossing, let him, even though you know you have the right of way. It is much better to follow the safe course, and It leave* you in a better frame of mind. Mrs. Addle Seymour arrived here, Tuesday, from her home In California. She will make an Indefinite stay, looking after business matters here and In the northern part of the county. PLANT m MULLINS' HYBRID), CORWITH. IOWA The TRIPLE PROTECTED HYBRID, Time Tested for Adaptability, Yield and Quality. Place your order now and Insure yourself of a sufficient supply of the seed you desire. 37-tf QUICK RELIEF FROM STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Free Book Tells of Marvelous Home Treatment that Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Ovcrono million hot lira of tho WILLAR1) TREATMENT have bcensoldforn-Hcfof Stomach and Duodenal uic«r»due to Exccti Acid—Poor Dicutien.Saur or UpKtStom. •ch, C*uiiuu, Heartburn, Sltepl.tiruu •tc., due to Excess Acid, t- >ld on 1.0 i!av» trial I Ask for "WllUrd'i Mesugt" \\liiVli "•-'If explains this marvglouj l.-tatmeu *—at A. H. Borchardt MRS. JOHN ARBOOAST, 81, of Fenton, died Wednesday of last week. Funeral services were held Friday at 2 p. m. Surviving are her husband and one daughter, Mrs. Alex Moses of California. * * * JOHN O. MUIX.INS, Corwith, has purchased the 320 acre H. E. Rockwood farm near Corwith, at $90 an acre. He will use the farm for the production of hybrid seed corn. WHITTRMORE'S ELDEST resident, Mrs. Emma Eller, 92, died at her home there a week ago Saturday. Funeral services were held on last week at St. Michael's Catholic church. Four children survive: they are W. A. Eiler, Lakeside, Mich.; Charles, Chicago; Amelia, Cowen and Frank, Boston. Pallbearers were Frank Bestenlehner, Jack Far. rel, Nick Semon, Ves Haynes, John Mosbach and Peter Volk. * * * MRS. O. J. DUTTON, former resident of Algona, died last Monday in Broken Bow, Neb., word received here by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Button, stated. She was 63 years of age. * * * MARY ETAEN Culbertson, Lone Rock, beenme the bride of Fred Schmidt, last week. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Marlow, and the groom's folks live in Fairmont They will make their home on a farm south of Lone Rock. * * * BURT WHX HAVE a new Legion hall. Work started last week on a new building, 40x72 feet In size, one story high. The Legion boys are building it, under the direction of Fred Lavrenz. *•• FRED TTiMM, Algona, was named local chairman for Ducks, Unlimited, an organization to perpetuate the species of ducks so widely sought after by hunters. The meeting was held last week, and local men heard D. Decker French, chairman of the organization, speak. Mrs. Mary Studer has been on the sick list for several weeks. T\VENTY TEARS AGO Fire had broken out In Jlmmlo Neville's machine shed, completely destroying the shed, automobile, 130 bushels of potatoes, machinery and numerous articles that had been stored there- Mr. Neville's loss was estimated at from $1200 to $1500, with some insurance. A message containing the news of the death of Chris Kaln had been received. He died of pneumonia at Camp Hannock following Influenza. • * * A call for 45 men to go to Camp McCleilan, Alabama, had been changed and the men were to go tn Camp Oreenleaf, Georgia, Instead. Following is the list of selected men from Algona: J. £2. Davidson, William Albright, Jess Lashbrook, Art Neitzel, Paul Rlst, Lawrence Gll- lesple, and Edward Winkle. * * * The following plea had been sent from headquarters of relief work. "Unless we get clot'iing for the children of Belgium and France, many of the HttTe ones will suffer. Tour old woolen underwear can be made into shirts for the babies; your old dress skirts made into many small useful garments, and those who have clothes for older people that can be used by repair- Ing should send them. You will not feel right during the winter If you look into your attic or closet and see old clothes hanging around that would keep some child or old person warm." Raymond Wehler had been at Camp Dix for some time and had called his mother to tell her that was about to leave for France. [t was presumed that Emory Seward, Theo. Herbst and Jack Johnston would leave at the same time. • * * Three hundred farmers had attended a meeting at the court house and established prices for husking corn at seven and eight cents with two cents increase where buskers boarded themselves. • * * Beth Weaver had come home. The schools at Shell Rock where she was teaching had been closed. • • • Mr. and Mr*. Oocar Anderson had driven to Cedar Falls for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Charles Nolte had accompanied them and had also visited In that city. » * « Mr. and Mrs. William Nugent had been at Camp Dodge for a week with Claude, who had a serious time with pneumonia. Latest reports were to the effect that he was slowly improving. • • • Attorney 8. E. McMahon had been on was one of the best speakers in H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Lang distance hauling. Every load liuured against loss or 'iamage. Equipped to do all Kinds of draylng and hauling. Th« choice b tuily m*Jc. Hotel ii ulmttd in the center of th* downtown dutrict - « ftw tUpt to inopl Mid amuKmcnti. Gucttt tt* dwayt coat forttbU in plcutnt, Homelike tooou. Appetizing Food for bnukfort, lunchco» •nd dinner - tcrvcd in the Colic* Shop...Gv«s« iervic».._Al| f*ta er* r«0on*bjc. nteoooBf i. sicuu ANDREWS Hiliiiiiiii dress at Emmetsburg. Mr. McMahon as one of the best speakers in the northwestern part of Iowa, and was much in demand for addresses. • • * ; Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb Iiad been called to Iowa City by the serious Illness of their nephew, Joel Herbst He had pneumonia, and with an abcess in his u:ir. fear was entertained for his recovery. * • • Several schools In the county hud been closed because of lnfluen?a. Bancroft, Swea City, Tltonka and Seneca consolidated were closer]. Al gona schools were still open al though a number of cajes had been reported as well as numerous crises of scarlet fever and a number of parents were keeping their children home for the time. * * * Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace had left for Camp Dodge. When the doctor arrived he learned that his regiment had been gone three weeks. He did not know whether 10 would be ordered to follow or be given a new assignment TEN YEARS AGO The special election held In Al- ;ona for the Issuing of bonds not to exceed $25,000 for the erection of a swimming pool had carried by a majority of 76. Every ward had given a majority except the Third Ward. Henry Guderlan, the substitute city letter carrier, had received a pain/Hi wound while carrying the mull. He was craulnjr the street near the Dalziel place on East McGregor street when he stepped on a ake that was covered with leaves nd one of the tines had entered his oot causing a bad wound. • * • The American Legion had net the late for the opening of their airport. A number of army planes rom Fort Rlley, Kansas, were com- ngr and about 20 or more privately iwned planes were expected to take part in the biggest airplane show ever held in northern Iowa. Game Warden Albert had announced that there would be no open season on pheasants. This was a big disappointment to many hunters. • * • Mr. nnd Mrs. Theo. Hertat were :o move to Hartley, Iowa, whers tfr. Herbst was to engage In the insurance business. » * • C. W. Hopkins, James Crulkshank, Louis Wegener and Barney Goed- trs expected to leave In a car and drive through to California, to spend the winter. Mrg. Sullie Kranz, mother of .Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, had returned from Ida Grove and Sioux City, where she had been visiting for three weeks. • * o PrUcilla Southgate, who was teaching in the Marshailtown schools, and who had charge of physical education in the Y. W. C. A. had visited her parents, Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate. • * * Mrs. C. A. Momyer had been visiting with her daughter in Chicago for several weeks, and "Chet" hac been batching it. According to re ports his main standby had been potatoes with the jackets on. • * • Judge W. B. Quarton was attending the Twenty-second Nationai Dairy Show in Memphis, Tennessee He expected to stop over in Kansas City, Mo., to attend to some legal matters. • * * The election ballot was one of the largest ballots ever printed in Kos- suth county and contained seven tickets. Six candidates had been placed in nomination by the republican,, democratic, farmer-labor, socialist-labor, socialist and workers party with a column for Independent candidates. • » » Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar, E. 3. and C. B. Murtagh and James McDonald had driven to Fort Dodge, and heard J. Hamilton Lewis of Chicago, former United States sen- ator, deliver a democratic address. A crowd of approximately 2,000 people listened to the speech. » * » The paving from Emmefeburg to the Kossuth cuonty lin: had been finished, and all but three miles had been open to travel. Th-3 three miles last laid were on tho west end of the stretch going into Emmetsburg and it was thought that It would be necessary to detour north for ten days until it seasoned. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS AUDITOR'S OFFICE ALOONA, IOWA, September 21, 1938 11:00 o'Cloch A. M. Donrd of Supervisors met In special session with all members present. Motion by Morris and seconded by Frnser tnnt C. C. Chubb, engineer, be niipolnted to make report on Drainage District No. 80. Ayes: All. There being no further business, the board adjourned to call ot the Auditor. w. B. MCDONALD, Chairman. B. S. K1NSSEY, County Auditor. Dakota City Court House 1:00 O'clock P. M. AnguBt 29, 1938 Konsuth County Line The Boards of Supervisors of Humboldt and Kossutli counties met In Joint session at the Court House In Dakota City, Iowa, on August £», 1033 for tlie purpose of receiving bldg for the construction of County Line roads between Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4, Town- ahln 03 Range 28 and Sections 33, 34 :K< and 30, Township 94 Range 28, pursuant to published notice. The fol- Unmboldt Road: pub . lowing members were present from Kossuth county: Cosgrove, Famer, Helken. Morris and McDonald. Hum- holdt county: Iloothroyd, Hoffmann, Saverude, Sawyer and Weir, nnd County Auditors Klnsey and John son, > Motion by Hoffmann, seconded by Boothroyd that McDonald act as Chairman of this meeting. Ayes: All. Motion by Doothroyd, seconded bj Weir that E. 8. Klnsey and O. II. Johnson, County Auditors, act as Secretaries of the meeting. Ayea: All. The minutes of the meeting held August 11, 1038 were read and npprov ed. No bids having been filed for the construction of the above mentioned project, motion was made by Helken, seconded by Boothroyd that September 12, 1938 at 2:00 o'clock . court bouse In Dakota Cl p. m. :lty, I at the OWB, be I'uuri uuune lu UHKUin \.ny, *uwu. ue set as the time and place for letting of contract for the construction of said project, and that the County Auditors of Humboldt and Kossuth counties be and hereby are ordered to publish notice to bidders as provided by law. Ayes: AH. Motion by Boothroyd, seconded by Cosgrove, that this meeting adjourn to September 12, 1038, at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Ayes: All. B. S. KINSEY O. H. JOHNSON Secretaries w. E. MCDONALD, Chairman. Dakota City, Iowa Court House August 20, 1038 Humboldt—Kosnuth Joint D. D. No. 1 The Boards of Supervisors of Humboldt and Kossutb counties met In joint session on August 20, 1038 at 2:00 o'clock p. m., at the court bouse In Dakota City, Iowa, pursuant to adjournment of meeting held August 11, 1938, with the following members present from Kossuth county: Cosgrove, Helken, Fraser, Morris and McDonald. Humboldt county: Bootb- royd, Hoffmann, Saverude, Sawyer and \VeIr. Motion by Bootbroyd, seconded by Fraser that McDonald act as chairman of the meeting. Ayes: All, Motion by Uootbroyd, seconded by Fraser that E. S. Klnsey and O. H. Johnson, County Auditors, act as secretaries of the meeting, Ayes: All. The minutes of tne last meeting were read and approved. The following bids were opened In the matter of reconstruction of Hum- >>oldt-Kossuth Joint District Drain No. Motion by Helken and second by Fraser that Morris make necessary repairs on Drainage District No. 133 and No, 77. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that C. C. Scharlock be appointed as Drainage Engineer to make survey and Investigate draln- grae district No. 133 and to make report to the Board of Supervisors on same. Ayea: all. Motion by Morris and second l>y Helk,en that the final estimates of Paul & Williams on secondixrv road work Projects No. 439, No. 190. Hnd A-] be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Fraser that the following reports: sheriff's quarterly report, clerk's report of fees collected, recorder's report of fees collected and auditor's report of fees collected; be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that a pauper notice be served on Tl.urman Moore and family. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second hv Helken that the valuation un Lot 16 lllock 6, Burt Incorf). be changed to $15fiO as lecommendcd by the Town Council of Burt Incorp. due to assessor's error and that a refund be made to E. C. Blerstedt for the amount of taxes overpaid Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Helken that the Resolution passed by the Town Council of Burt Ipc- corp. to refund the Burt Creamery Co. the amount of tax on $2480 valuation on Lois and Buildings and also a refund on $1600 valuation on personal property the reason for refund was found by the Town Council of Burt to be due to an error of the assessor. Resolution approved ard refund ordered made this 3rd day of October, 1938. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that a transfer of $82.50 be made from drainage district No. 7 to Joint Drainage District W.-K. No. 35-89. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Cosgrove that a refund be made to Henry Mitchell and Edgar Inlay on Personal Property tax as recommended as per resolution adopted by the Town Council of Lakota Incorp. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Morris that the application for Soldiers' Exemption of Matt Selzer on personal tax, Algona Incorp. be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Cosgrove that the resolution adopted by the Town Council of Algona Incorp. to abate the 1936 Poll tax nterest and penalty of Herbert H. Kurst. reason party was 46 years of age In 1936. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Cosgrove that V. V. Naudaln be awarded the contract for coal for winter. Ayes: all. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per "Schedule of -lalma" hereinafter written. SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND Nellie Van Allen, salary $ V. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage Mty of Algona, light serv. ., ilary K. Sands, salary , Cvelyn A. Dole, salary Jorothy T. Shatto, salary .. ..ucllle Dole, salary iellle Van Allen, salary .... Bancroft Register, printing . Northwestern Bell Tele Co., Alton Pettlt patrol ........ 80.80 J. !•'. Qulnn, patrol ........ 89.60 85.10 6».50 125.00 91.70 8S.25 99.60 92.05 58.10 . Earl Earing, patrol J. Keller, patrol . . .• Arnold Delperdang, patrol Mike Baker, patrol Verne Molinder, patrol Elmer Kwlng, patrol Ed Baker, patrol Hugh Butterfleld, patrol Clyde Sanders, patrol Roelf Miller, patrol J. H. Montgomery, patrol Henry Wohlers, patrol 66.60 91.35 66.60 , . Carl Oarrett, patrol ........ 125.00 James Kelso, patrol ........ 8&00 Clifford Holmes, patrol ..... . Peter Movlek, patrol ...... Lyell W. Miller, patrol .... M. L. Worby, patrol ........ Clarence B. Huff, patrol .... L. Q. Bckholm, labor ...... Sandy Stebrltz, labor ...... Henry Tjaden, labor ..... Matt Laux. labor 1: 1. Clearing, grubbing and old banks leveling, 1M «ta. A. It. Kno «• C. Youns .3.80 •... 8.00 Jay McCormfck".'.'.'".'.'.*'*'.'.".'.'.. (too 2. fa) Excavation only, 30,000 c. y.— A. R. Eno .075 (b) Leveling new banks, 36,000 (c) Excavation and oew banks eve]lug, 3(1,000 c. y.— A. H. Euo 084 f. C. Young «. .080 .10 In. ft.— A. It. Kno .1. C. Young .. Juy McCoruiick Instilling l» In. ft.— \. U. Kno I. C'. Young .. Jay McC'ormlt-k I. C'. Young .0: Jny McCormlrk __ :!. Installing 15" overflow pipe 400 ............ .... XI ................. 40 ................. 40 overflow pipe 200 25 40 .50 found that A. U. EDO had ay McC. It was ... __. . ubmltted the lowest bid. Motion by Hoffmann, ueronded by Bootbroyd, that A. U. Eno be awarded the contract for the rei-ondltloalnK of H. K. Joint I). D. No. 1. Ayes: All. Motion by Weir, seconded by Helk•n. that tlie Chairman of the Hum- tioldt and Kumuth County Boards be ind hereby are authorized to execute contract with A. U. Euo. Ayes: All, Copy of coutract now on file. Motion by Morris .seconded by Iloolbruyd, that the meeting adjourn In cull of tl»! Auditor*. Ayes: All. u! ii. JOHNSON Secretaries w. E. MI-DONALD, Chairman. Dakota City, Iowa Court HoUhe . , . , September 12, 1038 IIuinboldt-KosDUtn County Line Houd The l!our<)» of .Supervisor* of Huui- I'oMl anil Koabuth counties met in Joint ui'Mafun at tlie court tioune In Dakota City, lowu, on September 12, rj:i5 for the purpoM. of receiving bids for the con&trurtion of county line rouil between Sections 1, 'J, 3 and 4 Touushlp iw, Kunue '!&, and Hei-tlons .).'!. M. 35 and 30, Towunblp in Usage 28 pursuant to published notice. The following members were present from Koasutu county: Cosgrove, Fruser, Hi-Ik.-ii. Morris und McDonald. Hurn- bolilt county: Boothroyil, Hoffmann Severude, Sawyer and Weir. Motion by Boothroyd und seconded by Suverude that McDonald act a) chairman of the meeting. Ayes: All tele. serv. W. E. McDonald, comm. & ses- 25.00 17.28 74.42 96.00 62.50 65.00 65.00 45.00 69.21 67.37 Blon 183.30 ?. J. Helken, comm. & aeHalon 208.16 J. H. Fraser, comm. & session 208.61 W. 8. Cosgrove, comm. & session 200.30 Cha*. Uorrli, comm. & session c 205.34 C. H. Oetwlnkle, del. tax coll 43.42 Casey Loss, bd. & lodge. prls 328.66 A'm. Shirley, travel exp. . . 44.60 J* A. WJnkcl, nffli-e exp. .. 6Q.65 KoHBUth Co. Farm Bureau, approp 376.00 ? . K. Cromer, tax account.. 67.50 Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, O. A. I'. Invest 1?.30 M. J. Duffy, Treas.. adv hty. 22.22 Haggard & Waller, printing 328.80 Advance Publishing Co., printing 388.21 Bancroft Heglnter. printing 242.36 .uVerne News, printing .... S.50 /.Inn Office .Supply, sup 13.66 {llpto Loose Leaf Co., Bup. .. 366.90 ->uro Tent Corp.. «up. 1M..44 llllyard Sales Corp, aup. .. 120.00 Howard Hardware, sup. .. 38.13 'i. V. Towne. sup 2.00 ir. Janse, med 2.60 Monroe .Calculating. Mach. Co., sup 18.00 Fred Yates, labor 1.00 I>r. M. O. llourne. imed 6.00 I*. A. Hi-Arthur, labor 83.07 John Karsten, weed comm. .. 33.00 loe Schaller. mtg 4.00 H. R. Uernlngnaua, mtg 4.00 H. W. Harm*, mtg 4.00 Mike Wagner, mtg 4.00 I'. A. Danaon. J. I', fees .... 2.50 H. A. Van AlKtyre. mamK fees 2.05 P. A. Danson. J. P. fees 3..00 Henry f,'. AlltB, connt. fees J.S5 A. A, nroesnler. J. fees 91.00 91.00 86.07 90.30 177.60 21.00 20.00 4.25 mull. 1-JtlUA, JtLUUI .......... 7.70 Carl I. Anderson, labor 2.45 Henry Melnders, labor 3.00 Dick Baade, labor 20.00 E. O. Stlnstrom, labor 4.00 •Walter Schmidt, labor 3.00 August Fehr, labor 7.35 Chas. Emanuel, labor ...... 8.40 Peter N. Thllges, labor 17.00 G. W. Ounder, labor 8.14 Tltonka Topic, printing .... 4.20 Moore & Moore, sup ,90 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup 39.00 Farmers Co-Op. Soc., sup. .. 48.99 Hoenk Motor Serv., sup 6.60 Harry W. Keith, sup 17.U Kohlhaas & SpHIes, sup 30.00 Frankls Store, sup 7.58 Peter Reding, sup 4.2G Seed Hardware, sup 20.91 Dutch's Super Serv., sup. .., 464.05 Staehle Hardware, sup 4.03 W. G. Flalg, sup. 18.76 Arnold Motor Sup. sup 70.31 E. & H. Chevrolet Co., sup. .. 2.SO Qreenberg- Auto Supply, sup. 89.51 Geo. Holtzbauer, sup 1.94 C. S. Johnson, sup ,4« Howar-1 Hardware, sup 4.75 McCormlck-Deerlng Store, sup 164.02 P. A. Danson, J. P. fees Casoy IMH», sheriff fees.... Iiella Welter. J. P. fees .. Cusey LOHH, sheriff fees .... Iver H. N'ordln, J. P. "eea . W. H. Steward, conet. fees .. .1. J. Dooley. office exp KoKguth Publishers Asu'n., supplies ' INSTITUTE FUND Shirley Hanirln. lecture .... Urace Sweet, demonstration Ruby Van Meter, demonstration H. A. Mahannah, demonstration Win. Shirley, exp. 115.69 43.£6 30.00 2H.75 25.72 I)..10 CONSTRUCTION FUND McCormlck-Deerlng; Store, sup 1496.32 Motion by Morri* Ve onded I bv Fra Paul & Williams, graveling 73). 92 ser that O. II j'onn.on ^ ilumbold't {'""! f £' 1I J 1 " iml( ' Keeling .149.80 county auditor, act BB secretary of J."" 1 ,,? ^ "", am *' K ravell "K "fS'SS the ujietlmf. Aye«: All ul Con HlgKljis. labor .......... JO.OO McOulre Bros., 33,417 c. y., excavation {'• M ~ *"?""• s per c. y., .144, Installing 15" pipe pe° W 1 T ' Nugent, ft. .30. v v John 1). Fraser, Wickwaller, »•, excava- ,r , •, - llou .1!W, Installing 15" pipe, per ft., Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSI'TH COUNTY, ss. No. 4431 in District Court, September Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the lust Will and Testament of C, M. Immerf.'tU. Deceased, dated March 26, 1920, having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday the 31st day of October. 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of fume ct the Court Hou«f in Alf""- T -.wi before the District C'>n- f "f «Hd county or the clerk of sukl C^irt: »nd at ten o'clock a m.. of tlie day uhove men tioned all persons Interested are hereby required to appear, and show cause, if any th'-v have, why said instrument should not be probated und allowed as and for the last Will und Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Oetober 3, 1938. KATHARINE Me BVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Lin nan. attorneys. 40-41-42 .30. It WUB found that M eft u I re Bros., of Altfona, Iowa, liud itubultted the lowed bid. Million by Fruser, seoouded by Hoff- umuu tLut McCiulre Brothers be awarded tlie i-outruct for the construction , i .f'"" 1 , * n<1 tbul ""- Chairmen of tlie Humboldt uud Kossutli rouu- ty bimrdti be uliil hereby urc iiuthor- Ueil to «•»<-.«(<. c««truet with McGulru liroihera. Ayes: All. <>!>> of contract now on file Motion by lloltuuiiiii. M-< ondf.l by $»•*•""A!I tllUt the uu ' ttlul »' Adjourn. O. II. JOHNSON Se'Tetury W. K. Mi-IX)XALI». Auditor's Office, October 3 ly^S T . , , a:U U "'clock u. in. .,„,";,/ «upi.|-vls,,i-M met ( ,urnu- M",L!",f j ' J '"'" m< -'" 1 WUI ' "" "lembem Motion by Jlurrls ami s.-i-.^uj by Htiken that tbe conlrut-to.^ I.,,,,,,! of It. for r,,pulr w,.rk on Joint liixtrlvt 11-K N'/ approved 1 . .\ye " 1 be Molloi: by Fra.s.- r un.l ice,, nil ),y ilelken lhat tlju Insurance polic Chi- bora I«ile property IH County Mutual . u approved a Motion by licy on UUI! by u.-ur.eo bu approved and accepted. Ayea: Kiiiaer and st-coml by . that fK-lken make nece«- sary n-palrw on Drainage Districts '"" " No. 71. No. U6. N 4. No. 12 ai:.l .Sub. 135. No. 13'J N .f 60. A yen: ull . . Moiliiii by Ill-user anil mcond by oufjrove tliat McI)on»M make nee- ebxary repairs on Drainage Dlbtrlct No. 13-1. Ayt.f: all. Motion by Kraai-r anil second by Morrlii that CotiKrove rnuke ne<:>.<4- •tury ivivalrs on Drainage District No. DO ami No. S3. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris ard second by Hflkcn that Fratn-r make necessary repairs on Drainage Districts No. (7. No. 0, No. E.-K. 2, and No. 127. Ayea: all. salary 230.00 salary .... I&5.00 .. . ...... labor S4 00 Tom Weir, patrol 128.SO Joe N. Ksser. patrol .... 143.50 E. L. Huber, patrol 32040 Ben Nolte, labor 186.00 Orvllle N. Blklns, labor .. 134.40 Roger P. Klbret, labor 6.60 A. J. Hlldrnan, patrol 134.15 WJIbur A. Fisher, patrol .. 128.40 Leo Delperdang, patrol .... 100.00 K. C. Allen, labor 54.40 Con HlKBltiH, labor 117.70 C. L. McVay. grading 89.00 Farmers Klevutor Co., auj>. . . 27.71 Advance Publishing Co., no- lice 7.70 Ha««ard & Waller, notice. 7.70 lies Molnes Sled Co.. sup. .. 343.HO Concrete Products Corp.. Bup. 363.24 MAINTENANCE FUND City of Algona. light serv. 10.63 K. & II. Co-Op. Oil Co., »up. 65.03 H. W. Post, frleglit 14.97 Standard Oil Co.. sup 130.40 I-eerlc-HH Oil Co.. sup 318.16 KosHuth Oil Co.. sup 229.ID McCoruiick-IJcei-Inu Store, sup 32 61 Standard Oil Co., sup 1628.60 C. M. St. P. & Pac. Ry., frt.. H.61 N W. Bell Tele. Co., tele. «erv 21.58 Harry Hclmke. patrol 132.00 Ko«er P. Elbert. labor 36.00 Hubert Mericen, patrol .... 108.60 Fruncla .V. Elbert, patrol .. 92 OS K.I Fuclisen, patrol 125.00 Win. F. Gronbach. patrol .. 126.45 Wm. O. Ludwltr. patrol 110.40 S. D. McDonald, patrol 123.110 Ralph Mark la, patrol 108.50 Frank J. Hurk.e patrol 91.00 H.-rt .Shellmeyer. patrol .... 98.00 (^lart-nce H<:ntgen. patrol . . 61.26 Arc-blv Dodda, patrol 99.05 I.viin Kuchenrtutlier. patrol . 8645 Will KnlftM. patrol 58.45 Oliver Young, patrol 98 00 Rtinder Kromlnfica, patrol . . 125.00 J. K. Falk. patrol 111.00 Robert Wood, patrol 10O.OO Dick Baade, labor S7 01 CThas. Cooper, labor 62.67 Jay Ooddfcn, patrol 76 fi5 Chester A'me. patrol S4 70 Mfclvin R. Hawks, patrol 83 30 Mervln Marjow. patrol 84.4K J. M. Lonff. patrol 71.OB If. & H. Co-Op. Oil Co., sup 80.84 CordB Piston Ring Co.. sup. .. 13..32 Central States Electric Co., light serv 1.02 Certral States Electric Co., light serv 1.28 Iowa Public Serv. Co., light serv I.o3 M. J. Duffy, Treas., adv. frt. 8.33 Paul & Williams, graveling 2460.60 Paul & Williams, graveling • 2399.89 Faul & Williams, graveling .1240.15 J. I. Merryman, bridge work . 369.25 Sleg Ft Dodge Co.. sup 83.05 Standard Bearings Co., sup. .. 7.61 Speeder Machinery Corp., sup 121.25 Standard Sup. Co., sup. 30.70 Great Western Laboratories, sup 14.95 Owatonna Tool Co., sup 1MB D. W. Onan & Sons., sup. .. 104.00 Southwestern Petroleum Co., Bup 64.75 Central Auto Electric Co., sup 61.33 The Balbach Co., sup 18.95 Olbbs-Cook Tractor Co., sup «.67 Iowa Machlre & Sup. Co., gup 26.42 Globe Machine & Supply Co., gup 347.48 DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. 4— John Welch. labor 5.23 George Looft, labor 6.00 Dick Baade. labor SO Chas. H. Cooper, labor .. .70 E. G. Stlnstrom. labor .. 40.00 Carl I. Anderson, labor .. 34.30 Doyal Sanders, labor .... 17.40 Dr. No. 9— Roger P. Elbert, labor 36.00 James Kelso, labor •. 16.00 Clarence Hentges, labor . 14.00 Dr. No. 12— John Welch, labor 10.50 George Looft, labor 12.00 Dr. No. SO— Chan. H. Cooper, labor .... 4.55 Dick Bnade, labor 8,40 Dr. No. 26— Chas. Emanuel, labor .... H.60 August Fehr, labor .... 10.15 Dr. No. 31— George Looft. labor 4.00 John Welch, labor 3..60 Dr. No. 33— Dick Baade. labor 2.40 Chas. H. Cooper, labor .... 2.10 Dr. No. 60— John Welch, labor 10.60 George Looft, labor 12.0} Dr. No. 69— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer . 30.00 Dr. No. 80— Chan. E. Chubb, engineer 26.00 George Looft, labor 12.00 John Welch, labor 10.50 Dr. No. 82— Theo. Dorenbush, labor .. 9.HO Edw. Mayer, labor 2-00 Dr. No. 83— Cliag. B. Chubb, engineer .. 18.00 Concrete Products Corp., sup 46.70 Dr. No. 85— Elmore Cement A Tile Co., sup .48 Dr. No. 86— Dick Raade. labor 2.40 Chas. H. Cooper, labor .. 2.10 Dr. No. 88— Oeorge Looft, labor 4.00 John Welch, labor 3.50 Dr. No. 90— Dick Baade, labor 10.00 Chas. H. Cooper, labor .... 8.75 Robert Wood, labor 6.00 Dr. No. 102— George Looft, labor ...... 6.00 John Welch, labor 5.25 Dr. No. Ill- George Loof t, labor .... 4.00 John Welch, labor 3.50 Chas. E. Chubb, engineer 61.50 Peter It. Chubb, labor 7.60 Fernley Nolte, labor .... 9.00 Homer Nolte, labor 9.00 Dr. No. 132— August Fehr, labor 3.60 Chas. Emanuel, labor .... 4.00 Dr. No. 134— E. J. Palmer, labor 17.50 Dr. No. 135— Ed Meyer, labor 20.00 Theo. DorenbuBt, labor .. 22.00 Dr. No. 139— George Looft, labor 8.00 John Welch, labor 6.25 Dr. No. 157— Dick Baade. labor 2.00 Chas. H. Cooper, labor .. 1.75 Dr. No. 169— Francis Menke. labor .... 3.96 Dr. No. 166— George Looft, labor 22.f>1 John Welch, labor 19.25 Dr. E.-K. No. 2— E. G. Btlnstrom. labor .... 2.00 Curl I. Anderson, labor .. 1.75 Di. H.-K. No. 2-3«— Farmers Co-Op. Co., sup. .. .53 Dr. H.-K. No. 3-46— Farmers Co-Op. Hoc., sup. 1.08 Dr. H.-K. No. 1 — Haggard Waller, natlce . 1.18 Dr. H.-K. No. 2— Clms. Ei Chubb, engineer . 9.04 Haggard & Waller, notice . 1.12 Dr. W.-K. No. 35-S9— Chan. E. Chubb, engineer POOR FUND District No. 1— Dr. Andrews, med 60.00 General Honpltal. hosp. care 17.5( Dr. Keneflck. med 17.50 Dr. Janee, med 4.00 Dr. Beardsley, med 4.51 Dr. Meyer, med 16.00 Dr. Keneflck, med 178.61 Dr. Janse, med 4.0( Dr. Cretzmeyer, med 29.0( Wotto Drug Store, med. sup. , 6.7! A. H. Borchardt, med. sup. 7.6i Kosiiuth Hospital, hosp. care 3.61 Kosauth Hospital, hosp. care 266.00 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, ho*p. care 54.51 Emma tiermelllng. care .... 20.01 Kinseth & Son, prov 8.00 Joe Muto Grocery, prov 20.0( Albert Schneider, prov 9.0' Moe & Sjogren, prov 14.6: Cut Rate Grocery, prov. . . 23.01 Hoods I. G. A., prov 17.51 Huff Resturant, prov 6.00 C. C. McGuire, sup 6.00 J. W. Neville, sup 2-30 Whlttemore Elevator, fuel . 8.00 RotHford Lumber Co., tuel . 4.01 Ralph Brown, sup .91 K. D. James, sup 6.6! L. W. Swanson. amb. serv. . . 1E.O< L. M. Msrrltt, funeral 65.00 Geo. Oxley. rent IQ.Of C. H. Llchty. rent 6.00 R. F. Burtls, rent 8.0 Hugh Raney. rent 10..00 District No. Z— Dr. Jaime, med 87.0 Dr. JaiiNe. med . 23-51 Dr. Cretzmeyer. med 8.00 A. H. Borchardt. med. sup. . . 17.80 Kus.suIh Hospital, hosp, care 76,2 KuMsulh Hospital, hosp. care 41.2' Cut Rate Grocery, prov 38.5' Hoods I. G. A., prov 31.5 1 J. W. Neville, sup «.8l Botsford Lumber Co., fuel .. 11.1» Dr. Bourne, med I'.O Dr. Wallace, wed. 8.7 Dr. Bourne, med 7.0i Mm. Ella Brlgtcs. care 9-0' Mrs. Mary Taylor, care 60.00 L. R. Slelnman. care lO.Of R. A. Clark, prov O' Mayers Grocery, prov. 9.0< Sort-risen Grocery, prov 18.9' W T. Plirher. prov. 6.8 Standard Oil Station, fuel .. l-4_ K unite Shoe Shot), shoe repair .90 Mrs. August Will, care 2Q.O E. L. Graham. »up. •;. Mra, Wm Mvpra. carB 10.00 House of the Good Sheprerd, care 20.0C Wm. F. Behnke, rent Tred Genrlch, rent Fred Genrlch, rent Clms. Miller, rent Otto Nelson, rent A. M. ColllnRon, rent 1, F. Donovan, rent ..... • • jrs. Rose Householder, rent Vic Johnson, rent Harold Schmidt, rent W. O. McCullough, amb. serv. District No. 3— Jr. Janee, med Cossuth Hospital, hosp. care Mt Rate Grocery, prov Joods I. G. A., prov J. W. Neville, sup 3r. Wallace, med Bonackers, prov Fasbenders, prov Mrs, Math Erdman, prov. .. T. P. Doerr, rer.t {enneth Swan, amb. serv. . District No. 4— fossuth Hospital, hosp. care. Cossuth Hospital, hosp. care J. W. Neville, sup Dr. Egan, med !>r. Egan, med 3r. Clapsaddle, med 3r. Bahnson, med trs. O. F. Wohnke, hosp. care ilas Sena Isebrandt, care . ?ertha Daniels, care *rs. M. L. Vtnaaa, care ... Sorensens, prov Smith Dept. Store, prov Merrill Bros., prov. Hoods I. G. A., prov. O. P. McDonald, fuel illss Sena Isebrand, care .... Augusta Beltss, care . H. Sheridan, rent C. H. Schroder, rer.t r. H. Sheridan, rent r. B. McGaheran, rent nistrct No. 5— Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care T. W. Neville, sup. )r. Wallace, »ned • Dr. Chenowefh, glasses ir. Mlnkel, med. Warburtons, prov '•red Huttner, prov 5. L. Hansen, prov Thaves Sisters, prov 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 4.00 2.00 79.60 10.00 8.00 7.92 16.50 7.00 6.00 4.20 10.00 6.00 24.50 32.50 16.66 89.60 39.60 1.50 12.04 31.50 8.00 2-50 9.90 i4.75 10.00 37.57 18.00 4.00 8.00 16.00 8.00 9.«0 18.00 10.00 82.60 4.88 SO.OO 17.50 65.60 2.00 4.20 40.00 24.00 Mrs. Otto Koppen, transp. .. Mrs. Albert Brand, rent.. Henry Kline, rer.t General— Botsford Lumber Co., sup. .. R. W. Helse, rent Chrischilles Store, sup. Ifi.OD 40.00 10.00 4.59 6.00 16.41 183.53 3.61 1.00 , ' 4.4(1 30.00 43:20 ^jiit" 3 *- 1 "* 1 *-' 3 t-j*-" ii -» — — *'• H. K. McMnrray, labor .... City of Algona, light serv. .. Kossuth Co., Mut. Fire Ins. Ass'n, premium County Farm— ,« nn John Hennlns, labor BQ.OO W. L. Gander, labor !»•«» Ralph Gaylor, labor Botsford Lumber Co., sup. . • Cut Rate Grocery, prov Lenstng Groc., prov ChrlRehllle Store, sup. ...... Zer.der's, sup Dr. Bourne, med Dr. Janse. med Fred Park, exp. .... •••• No. Cresco Tele. Co., tele. serv • • • • Faul Palmer, labor Howard Hardware, sup Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup Standard Oil Co., sup. •••••• McCormlck-Deerlng Store, jg Jg 10 ' 91 Joe A'r'ndorfer.*" sup.' ..' J-£J Wm. Fitzgerald, sup Sj-Jg Iowa Blind Products, sup. .. ».J| A. H. Borchardt, sup ,,il. Concrete Products Corp., sup. 118.82 RESOLVED: That the County Auditor Is hereby authorized to >ssu» warrants for nil bills allowed at this meeting as per "Schedule of Claims hereinbefore -written. On motion Board adjourned to October 6. 1938. BgKWgET . County Auditor. Auditor's Office, October 6, 1938 9:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. . . Motion by Cosgrove and "fconrl by Fraser that the following- list ot persons named be appointed as Judges and Clerks of the General 'RECINCT Algona First Ward ,*ona Second Ward ) .IlIUKen ami ^,101 IMS w*. uto v»t.i •* Election to be held Nov. 8, 1938. JUDGES CLERKS .W. A. White Nellie Van Allen Joe Greenbergt ..Harriett Betcbell Mary Walsh COUNTING BOARD V. J. Sands Jr. Geo. J. Elbert Hazel Lusby Hortense Ferguson R. S. Blossom Tr Irrt Ward TUrd wara Fourth Ward uffalo Tp urt Townshln resco TownrMp Eagle Township ?ast Lone Rock (Burt Twp.) 'enton Gftrfleld I German Grant Greenwood ................. larrlson I lebron rlvngtor. '...., Lakota (Ledyard) Ledyard , ilncoln Lone Rock (Fenton) ... Lotta Creek , LuVerne Plum Creek Portland Prairie Ramsey Klverdale, Seneca Sexton (Irvlngton) .... Sherman Bprtngfleld Swea. Union Wesley Whlttemore Chas. Nolte COUNTING BOARD Mrs. Len Keith Mrs. Mart McCall Edw. Capeslus Norma Flnnell Harry Nolte Mary Strelt ....Helmuth Huenhold Oscar Norman ....Mrs. Ed DeZeller J. S. Crowell COUNTING BOARD L. J. Nelson Mrs. Dor Nugent. Bertha Johnson Linda Clapsaddle Mrs. Alvln Huenrold J. A. Brownell ....Mrs. Gale Towue John Kohlhaas .Mrs. E. C. Dickinson Vallle Trlbon COUNTING BOARD B. K. Norton May J. Harrington John E. McEnroe Mrs. Tom Bharpe John Overnwyer Wm. Stenzel E. P. Hansen Chris Brandt ..Minnie J. Kennedy Andrew M. Hansen COUNTING BOARD Peter Beenken L. F. Cftllles Clara M. Bruns Wm. Stott Anna Andrews , P. L. Dremmel ....Geo. P. Hawc,ott E. R. Woltf Vera Boettcher Paul Krlethe COUNTING BOARD E. O. Chlpman D. F. Slaughter O. W. Blelch Vera Boettcher Harvey Graham Gilbert Hargreaves ..M. N. Philips Harry Sabln Minnie Matern Ben Dwenger John P. Peterson O. H. Llndo Lawrence Thorson ..Richard Newjon Joe Von Bank Delbert Hanna Karl Ewoldt Lem Marlow Merle Rlctards Wm. Stoutenberg H. H. Dryer W. E. LaaKft Gnylord Johnson ....W. E. Stoeber Gus Krause COUNTING BOARD J. T. Walte W. C. Stamer Fred Bonn Frank Elgjer John Newel ....... Ed Edwards H. W. Balgeman Joe Schaller Mike Wagner R. B. Bernlnghaus ...>..Ubbe Winter Herman Dreesman Robert Kruse John Boekelman Henry Rchmldt ...,..W. C. Rngstrom Floyd Colwell Ell Anderson Harold Fischer Richard Anderson .Oeo. W. Nyman ..Mm. Vern Austin John Karsten A. Fangman Jake Keller COUNTING HOARD- ,Mrn. Clms. Baker ..Mrs. A. H. Fuchs Mr*. Hoy Ilutlon Mra. Geo. Carmean .1. F. Coyne .......Toe Rahp J. J. Anderson Jake Kelly Mayme Hperbeck Peter Looft COUNTING HOARD Oeo. Hutterfleld Mra. Hattle Fults Mrs, Jennie MeCrary .Freil Bergiiren Mrs. W. O. Smith Tom IterR Ray Elchorn Lea Ehrlck Wro. Franks John Hlmmons ......Henry Sheppman Carl HutcHna M. L. Roney Herman Becker IT. B. Frank 1 C. O. Peterson O. S. Nelson B. P. Powers ..Mra. Loga Wortman 8am Warburton COUNTING BOARD Mr*. Jen Gutkncht Harry Muasman Frank T. Lewis Mrs. Laura Itoaenau Mrs. Gertrude Hclilsnel .......J. H. Mousel D. A. Carpenter J. H. Holcomb ..Mrs. Wm. Flinn Ed Looft COUNTING BOARD John Hartshorn ....Norman Plnxle i, H ,-, Welfare Theu. WallenlTne Ed Halverson .......Paul Hertzke n er t Coder ?' ii' £ <lw , ar<1 * M"'»o Rlnlus J. H. Warburton .......P. M. Chrlstensen Q eo . p et tlt w.'a.'aift Art rr '* be N °ah Kelsner John iCohlwes ^.'Slb^'r 1 Mar " n *""" COUNTING HOARD Richard Potratz Nk-k O<>nirii.r h?,r,!S, Bn ^J" rth -- A1 '™ dw ^K .......C. F.' Chambers HP All..,, Albert A. S.-hlpull . . . . liiVry Lu'lVy r. .1. Chapman COUNTING BOARD F. K. Clapnudille ... Arthur u,.t ^^r mtl "----*™""™ H ,', nry , """ey Leo f- Miller t ir £ e Vc'iJKr" 1 "-- < ' lflrkScuff "» m W^^'^.-^-^-^Mann W. H. Schwlelert IHngMturf Oeo" c1nk d0rfer ",•?• I-"' lwlir Isado?e n May e V J " ) '" ''" ' W '»' • ••^..Albert McCarthy John H.-llmar John Farrow E(irJ cuil!»,Sn A. W. Ijtlppo John Frlderen John Hermann Charles Plathe Wm . Hunch"? Henry Uormunn """"'n«t»' I ? nK . l!S "" r Chris Kali) JoTcJowi'eT"* 11 Art '' au " 0 » A- J- Klrsctibaum ..I. r Hutcl Ina Ma, J t B^n Hoary Ml"!? Henry Kohlhaas Pu u | pi,|||lij» -.~. ... ull ,, u , ujijjj. Guy H. Risk ... Louis Anderson fheator .Johr.Koii Arthur Anderson Axel Krlckson .. • ; ..S. F. niome •I*o W. Kc-BKel • .0. I.. Thorson • M. J. Kennedy H : A. L. Klelnpeter COUNTING HtiAItli lvm:'-M::^ u *••"«" vu,,d t ErvlnShViiH * rt:<l Kollascli .^I'NTINf; HOARD Motion by MorrU and second by Helken that Minnie Thompson be given a cash allowance ou contract of luly 1, 1937 of 110.00 per month hi lieu of 125.00 payment, allowed while Peter Thompson lived, nturllnir for August 1, 1938. Ayua: all. Motion by Fraser and second by CoKgrove that Mrs. Roale KrucKer be given a cash allowance of ijToo p«r month beginning September 1st 1938. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraaer and second bv Coserove that the Indemnity Bond of Bessie Dunn be approved. A yen; Motion by Morris and second bv Helices that the report of C H Chubb, Drainage Engineer report on Drain No. 80 be accepted and approved by Board.»: all. H,,-.;- Wllclu-ndul I M.,11., l;y Kra Chubb. aitedlM >'"\'.' and second .'• r<'|J<.U of (• R •iiKHii-ei on dl-iiln- be u.xepted. E. S. j County Auditor.

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