4-Algona Upper Des MolnM Berfe-Sireif Nuptial Vows Spoken Feb. 1, L/vermore Tuesday, February 21, 1950 . I «*•• with the yea «nd nay rotes thereupon roll call the vote thereon resulted as follows: Ayes: Supervisors Henry Schepprnann, w. S. Cosgrove, J. F. Quinn. S. D. McDonald and M. L. Johnson. Chairman. Those voting Nay were: None. Whereupon the Chairman declared the motion carried and the resolution duly passed, approved and adopted this 14th day of Sacred Heart church, Livermore, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday morning, Feb. 1, at 9 o'clock, when Anna Marie Berte, daughter of Mrs. Anna Berte of Livermore, became the bride of Cletus P. Streit, son of Mr." and Mrs. George Streit of Whittemore. Rev. Lawrence Greteman performed the double ring ceremony. Music was furnished by Mrs. Mabel Paulson. Joan Kelly of Whittemore ^sang solos. The bride'was given in marriage by her brother, Alvin.- She was attired in a white satin gown, with a full skirt with lace insets, and a long train trimmed with lace, a fitted bodice, long sleeves, and a lace-trimmed yoke. Her short veil was trimmed in lace and held in place by a beaded tiara. She carried an arm bou- tjuet of white Calla lilies. Her jewelry was a string of pearls a gift of the groom. Mary Katherine Streit, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. She wore an aqua taffeta gown, with white accessories, and carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations. Coletta Streit, also a sister of the groom, was flower girl. She wore pale pink mar- quesette, with pink ribbons 5n her hair, and carried a- white crocheted basket with pink and white sweetpeas. Francis Berte, brother of the bride, was best man. Both men wore light suits and a white carnation buttonaire Both mothers wure dark dresses and a corsage or pink carnations. Ushers were Raymond Berte and Bernard Streit, brothers of bride and groom. Mass servers were Gerald Slreit and Dennis Monson. A wedding breakfast was held after the ceremony at the Algona Country Club for about 75 relatives and friends. A three-tier wedding cuke, topped with a miniature bride and groom centered the bride's taole. Waitresses were cousins of the bride and groom, Alvin Kreilinsjtr, Margaret Berte, Irene B..-UC.-, Rosemary Berte, Hilda Uonnstetter. The bnde is a graduate of St Joseph s high school, St. Joe and 1ms been at home with her moth- er since graduation. The groom Is a graduate of Presentation Academy, Whittemore, and is at present assistant manager at the Whittemore Elevator. After a short trip they will be at home a mile north of Whittemore. The newlyweds held a wedding dance for their relatives and friends the same evening at th» Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore, with Frank Jonas furnishing the music. a in flfled November, 1949. Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded by Quinn that ihe making of the tax levies and the entering: on record of the valuations and mileage of the various utllites operating Kossuth County, Iowa, and cert by the State Tax Commission be postponed until December 1, 1949. Ayes: AH. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Oulnn and seconded by Scheppmann that the following AGREEMENT be adopted: WHEREAS. There has been filed with the County Auditor of Martin County, Minnesota, a. petition for the establishment of a County Ditch, the proceedings being handled as County Ditch No. 51 of Martin County, Minnesota, and WHEREAS, the report of the engineer appointed by said County Board of Martin County, Minnesota, tlet of said pro- provides for the outl posed Ditch No. 51 at a point about 91 feet South of the Minnesota-Iowa boundary into Iowa Drainage Ditch No. 60 of Kossuth Countv. Iowa, making it necessary to secure permission of the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, to empty the water of said County Ditch No. 51 when established Into said drainage ditch No 60 of Kossuth County. Iowa. NOW THEREFORE, IT IS MUTUALLY AGREED AS FOLLOWS: 1. The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, will permit the waters of said proposed County Ditch No. 51 to be emptied Into Kossuth Countv Drainage Ditch No. TO. 2. The County Board of Martin County, Minnesota, will cause a bulkhead to be established and maintained at the Dlace 91 feet south of the place where the waters of said proposed County Dltrh No. 51 will cross the Minnesota-Iowa boundary and will cause the adjoining 1600 feet of said Drainage Ditch No. 60 to be cleaned, all without any cost to said Drainage Ditch No. 60 but as part of the cost and expenses of establishing and maintaining said County Ditch No. 51. 3. The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, will permit the representative of the County Board of Martin County. Minnesota, to enter upon the lands where said bulkhead Is located, to enable the Countv Board of Martin County, Minnesota, to carry put Its agreement and properly maintain said bulkhead and keep It clean 8n .S.free of any obstruction. Cecil McGInnls. Marshal'* tat.. 3.40 Albert Boekelman, Marshal'* Fee .85 F, B. Teeter,_Ml|.. W. J. Stewart. Mtg. Lloyd H. Bartlett, Mtg Erwln W. Heidenwltb, Mtg Gco. E. Btiutterfleld. Mtg. *. David S. Anderson, Mtg J. J. Anderson. Mtg. Elmer E. Mullcr, Apiary Inspec- 2.00 4iOO 4.00 4.00 tion __-— — •_—1~ 2265 Advance Publishing Co., Notice 3.30 Graphic Publishing Co.. Inc.. Sup 41.03 Court Fund Iowa State Bank, Withheld Taxes 8.75 Clerk of Dist. Court. Costs- Assessor Fund Iowa State Bank. Withheld Taxes » 54.90 Bang » Disease Fond John H. Kemna, Indem. Cattle 37.30 Construction Fund Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole, Graveling 305.21 Iowa State ^ank, Withheld Taxes 24270 Maintenance Fund ~~ Iowa State Bank. Withheld Taxes • George W. Mbntag. et al, RIght- of-Way _ 12500 The Algona Hardware, Sup. 2 93 Algona Machine Shop, Sup.. ~ 666 Arnold Motor Supply, Sup. 283.31 and specifications of the engineers employed by the parties and on (lie with the County Auditor of Farlbault Coun- tv, Minnesota, and that In considers>n of said work being done the IN WITN: WHEREOF the Coun- She Feels Better Janice Behtens, 30 month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Behrens .of Ringsted is feeling better. She developed a bad cough, A doctor 'discovered a hook in her throat, which was removed in. Des Moines. She is recovering nicely. Scholarship Honor W*il«y — Barrel! Lease, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lease, has won a covered honor. He received a four point grade cverage in the first semester at the State University at Iowa City. On, Navy Transport ' .. Bowtnafl, Algona, u now attached to the military »ea transport service of the U. S. Sfavy, and is 1 serving aboard the attack cargo ship USS Titania, in the Pacific. RECORD George Brown of Conesville may be the "best" driver in the state of Iowa. Mr. Brown bought his first car, a Hupmobile, over 40 years ago. He has driven a car regularly ever since and has never had an accident, nor dented a fender. OWN CAKE Mrs. Dander Peterson of Britt observed her 81st birthday last Monday. A feature of the day was her birthday cake, which she buked herself. Mrs. Peterson is 81. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Largesi stock in Kossuth county. Algona Upper Des Moines, In the NEW newspaper building, Algona, la Board Proceedings Fiflt Day The Ho., id uitn L'uui.tv, bviM'jn Tr.eu M. I. J,,!-,..„,., -nd K.IJ.I-I VL-.C S li. Mi.-l>i,n, J F 1,'jinn M'>t]>-n n.,ni i.noict '.,-. Mi 1949 November A. D. , 1949 ot Kos- regular Ejection Ballots by burning. Ayes All Nays: Noiu.-. Motion carried. Motion made bv Quinn and seconded I)*. Coigrove tnat the following resolution be adopted: 'I l:.al II,, .'l all V.HKHEA.S. Retolulton II. .. In. h- NOW nd'hrr-OHE UK 'iT ED li.it t:.c ».,:,! B,,..,,i ,,r s IIKSOI.V- tnat lonl cd In t! t S.\-7::i -:n::iel datloi. A be a-A-jrd- . SN-lau.1 Dole Alrior.a n'embi-i. j. S.S.8I7 i •.ved this e-.i h; t: u I:: J LaKola. lo lo'Acd by . lowed by He I, Hth day 1, ty Board of Martin County. Minnesota. and the Board of Supervisors of Kos- *uth County. Iowa, have caused these presents to be executed and signed by all members ol said Boards. Board of County Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa. M. L. JOHNSON 3. T. Kossuth Co. Recorder Board of County Commissioners of Martin County, Minne- ED. KUEHL ATTEST: H. E. Christiansen County Auditor Martin County, Minn. Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded by McDonald that the fol- towing applications for Homeiteid Tax Credit be allowed tor the year J849. Algona Corporation: Nos. 1 to 1112 in inclusive, except Nos. 38. 99. 108, 155, IBS. 197, 181. 3B5, 395. 397, 404. 449 470, 474.479, 481. 488, 509. 518. 518. 534 616. 621. 736. 768. 788. 802. 81J 833 857 KM 907. 912. 03*. , WlT MS I ind 950 which were rejected. Bancroft Corporation: Nos. 1 to 177. »oth ineliuive. except Nos. 97, 113, 117, 123 and 164 which were rejected. Burt Corporation: Nos. 1 to 143. both ncluslve. except Nqs. 87 and S5 which were rejected. . Fenton Corporation: Nos. 1 to JU. both inclusive. Lakota ~ Ledyard Corporation: Nos. 1 to 68, both Inclusive, except No. 20 which was rejected. Lone Rock Corporation: Nos. 1 to 37 both Inclusive. LuVerno Corporation: Nos. 1 to 108 >otn Inclusive, except Nos. 2, 62, 78, 171 Il'iii. Steeilllald. i-.u exemption al 'ii l inn ni.iL hi.-iLTv Edwin Sicenhaid no exemption al- m_ lai-in macnii.ciy ajjt .»„, i,v 111 in ..,-iu. ..\\e^. All. N'avs None Motion can ted Motion made bv Cn^i o-. e and u.-e- oilded b\ Sciicppmanii ti.at the board ol' S'Jpervisoi .s appiove the claim nied by K. H. Ac H.i/el G Millei lor open aitcii I l&sht-of -u ay cxempllon lot" thu \eui I'Jl'.l and future ye.it-, on the SE ! . NK-,. SW 1 , NE 1 .'. SK', NW'., SW'i NW 1 , and NW>, KW : , oi See- uhieh laiids ale loealed uilnu. Joliil ciiaiiiaue di.,11 id llalicoek County No 117 and Kbssuln I'u'.lnU No. 5 Ayes Ah r.'a.\:> Nfti.t.- Motion can led Molion made !->> Qiiiiin and i-einnd- tf.J by Srhejij-imann that the Chairman i.'l Hie Bnalli o! ijuijel \. l.->ors ol Kub- i.ulh (uui.lv. IOA.I. be dileeled to de- M)iiia!e Uio" electol:, ol the eotinly. one HOI:i e.u h ol Ille t'A (J lt_-iiding political i.'aiue.-, lu picMde over Ihe destroying -.'I tl-.e liJ-W General Election Ba!- ;,.t>, 1.-', In.mint; .is provided lor in .•setlli'll oU-ij 1 . Lode ol Iowa. l:Hti. and Die i.iid I.'!:.111 in.111 did designate II M Hubi-r .1 K*}>ul>lu-an. a<id S U Me' Dm. Ma a I.K n-,..i-i,j' lo preside nve; isutn County, Iowa, is the owner in lee simple of certain teal t-Mate loealed in Portland Town- ir.lp Ko:,5ati. County. Iowa, described ab all oi tnat part ot the NE 1 . SW', of Sectioi. 17. io-.wiship HI. Range 28, tioui.cii-d ai.d di-sciibecl as follows. Beginning at ;. pomt IMS feet north and n'4 2 ii-.ut West of tne Southwest cor- i.el ol tne NW>. ol SE 1 , ol Section 17 i o'A r.M.ip j",. Kai.ge. 2ti. tnence North -41 cli-giees Itt minutes SVest a dls- lanee oi 'Mi 'J leet. thence West 1114 feet, thence Sui,th 102 fec-t: thence Soutn 78 degrees. East a distance of 3215 leet to poll.I ol beginning containing 1 17 acres, also beginning a a ;;oir,t 11256 leel N^ith and 5*>8: lei-i V. etl al t he South ,\eat corner o ll.e .".'W! ( ol S£>, of iaid Sectlun 17 t|-.ti:ce .'.ortl. (U degrees, '.vest a dls tai.ee o! 25} leet. tnei.ee Soutn K degrees. East a distance of 1S32 feet thei.ee So^tn 5J degrees. East a dis tai.ee ol 231 leet. thence North 150 leel u. point 1,1 beguiinr.g. tuntaininj i>; a;ie.-. and wt.icn said title was ae q.jiied bv vi: tue ol Wai rarity Deeds elated April 11. l'j'22 and .July 26. 1925. and refolded in tr.e office of the Kosa'^th Coar.ty Recorder on April 11. I'j22. and July 26. 192<i. m Book 66. Page- lOS, and Book 70. Page 578, which deeds vvele made, executed ar.d delivered lo Kossuth County, Ion.a, by George Koestler. and WHEREAS, said icai estate uas purchased by Kossulh County. lo-A-a. for the gravel and road material contained ir. said tracts, and WHEREAS. Kossutn County. Iowa. had the sole use of r*aid real estate until said grave! and load material is exhausted, arid wiurr. the gravel aiid ' material contan-.ed In fcald tra'jt l.austvd it is. tu revert to the orig- sub-division trom whence it was taken ai per agreement at the lime said tract Mas purchased by said county. NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board ol Supervisors of Kobsuth County. Iowa, that alter having inspected the said premises the said Board oi Supervisors find that the gravel and load material contained iii said tract is exhausted ar.d the giavvl jjit lias LOW been abandoned, thete beiiig no more gravel and road material lo be taken iiom bame.. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That M. L JoJ.nsijii. C'):anir.an of ll.e Hoard ol Supervisors of KobaUlh County, lo^.i, shall be ar.d is hereby authoii/.- ed to ext:'-ute. bign ai:d deliver a Quit l-'luiui Deed eumey ing the said de- r.ciitjeU leal estate to La'.vicnec A L)oi_Ke and lima Doege. Ilia wile, aj Joint lei.auts ai.d not aa tenant:. In i.'ommon witn li.c right ol bjrvi-.oi- :.hlp. ov, iiurb ot tne real estate eon- lailill,^ the pal t_'el OI land debcllljeU herein. IT IS KUKTHEK RESOLVED. Tnat Ihe ba.U deed havilig now been exeeut ed and aeknovvledged. It Ib heleb> ap PluVcei bv Uie BoaiU oi SuiitflvlsAjlb ot Koabuth County. Iij-,,a. and that lit. apjjLuvui be spu.ud upu.i the ir.m , . , , 84 and 85 which were rejected Swea. City Corporation: Nos. 1 to ... )oth Uicluslve. except Nos 35 72 77 "0. 80. !)5 and 119 which were rejected. Titonka Corporation: Nos. I to 144. >oth inclusive, except Nos. 38. 47. 71 4 and 75 which were rejected Wesley Corporation: Nos. 1 to 113, both Inclusive, except Nos. 1, 4. 10. 6'J nd 65 which were rejected Whittemore Corporation: Nos. 1 to 44. both inclusive, except Nos. 31. 43 "5, 86. 105 and 134 which were rejected. Buffalo Township: Nos. 1 to 81 both nclusive. Burt Township: Nos. 1 to 63 both ncluslve. Cresco Township: Nos. 1 to 69 both ncluswe, except No. 12 which was re- lected. Eagle Township: Nos. 1 to 42 both inclusive, except Nos. 27 and 33 which were rejected. Fenton Township: Nos. 1 to 88 both inclusive, exce.pt No. 17 which was re- iected Garfield Township: Nos. 1 to 75 both inclusive. German Township: Nos. 1 to 78 both inclusive, except No. 65 which was rejected. Grant Township: Nos. 1 to 30 both inclusive, except No. 5 which was rejected Greenwood Township: Nos. 1 to 59 both Inclusive. Harrison Township: Nos. 1 to 55 both inclusive. Hebron Township: Nos. 1 to 56 both inclusive. Irvington Township: Nos. 1 to 6'J both inclusive. Ledyard Township: Nos. - . 1 to 5» both inclusive, except Nos 45 and 54 which were rejected. Lincoln Township: Nos. 1 to 58 both inclusive. I^otts Creek Township: Nos. 1 to 61 both inclusive, except Nos. 34 aiu: 61 which were rejected. LJVerne Township: Nos. 1 to 44 both inclusive. Plum deck Township: Nos. 1 to 37 both inclusive Portland Township: Nos. 1 to 62 both inclusive, except No. 18 which was rejected. Prairie Township: Nos. 1 to 76. both inclusive, except Nos. 11. 15, 41 and 68 which were rejected Ramsey Township: Nos. 1 to 50. both inclusive, except No. 2i which was rejected. Rlverdale Township: Nos. i to 57 aoth inclusive Seneca Township: Nos. 1 lo 70 botli Inclusive- Sherman Townshln: Nos. 1 to 50 both inclusive Springfield Township: Nos. 1 to 41 Ijotn inclusive. Swea Township: Nos. 1 to 55 both inclusive, except No. 11 which was re- Sor»nsen Motor Sup. UP, Imp. Co7, St. benedict Serv. Station, 4.13 3.50 Frank D. Fisher. Sup. 200 Goo. A. Thorson, Damage to Fence 6.00 Poor Fund Iowa State Bank. Withheld Tax- COUNTY'FARM— ~ 10 ' 95 Iowa State Bank. Withheld Taxes , Kossuth County Implement Store" Sup. Algona Co-op. Creamery Co7, Milk. Cream and Butter 161.24 Algona Hardware, Sup. 1.41 8.58 .82 , . „_,. Bz Wm. A. Fitzgerald, Pasture Rent 99~00 Algona Ice Cream Se Candy Factory, Locker Rent 17.87 K. D. James Drug, Sup. ... 4.24 On motion adjournment Was taken until November 16, 1949. at 2:00 o'clock P. M. M. L. JOHNSON. Chairman Board of Supervisors, ATTEST: L. J. IMMERFALL, County Auditor. Second Day - November II, 1949. The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, low; journment in met pursuant to ad regular session^ Tl»ere was present Supervisor M. L. Johnson, Chairman In the Chair, and Supervisors Henry Scheppmann. 8. O. McDonald, w. S. Cosgrove and J F Quinn. Absent: None. The Board of Supervisors proceeded to review the present balances in [he various drainage districts within Kossuth County and those with adjoining Counties. Motion made by McDonald and seconded by Quinn that the following drainage reassessments be levied on Ihe following drainage districts, and that same be .spread on the tax lists tor collection with the 1949 taxes to 3e paid with 1st and 2nd half of the taxes in 1958. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Per Cent Of Original Drainage District Assm'i. Oraln No. 4—8th assessment 2% Sub 8 of Drain No. 4—3rd assm't 18% Oraln No. 12—llth assessment... 3% Orain No. 20— 10th assessment.. 1% Oraln No. 25—5th assessment—.13% Oraln No. 39—5th assessment... 2% * Orain No. 42—4th assessment.—20% Oraln No. 46—8th assessment... 3% Orain No. 55—10th assessment... 3% Orain No. 60—4th assessment...40% Sub 2 of Drain No. 60—2nd assm't 3% Sub 8 of Drain No. 60—3rd aismt 175% 3raln No. 89— 10th assessment...10% Srain No. 80— 10th assessment—40% 3raln No. 82— llth assessment.-.15% Jraln 90—llth assessment 3% Iraki No. 98—4th assessment... 3% Reconstruction of Drain No. 105—2nd assessment. 13" r araln No. 116—9th assessment 4% Jraln No. 126—6th assessment-. 5% Iratn No. 165—7th assessment—20% Drain No. 166—7th assessment 3% Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded by Cosgrove that Chas. Morris of Lone Rock. Iowa. Guy D. Hart >f Bancroft, Iowa, and D Suy . L. Le fieri, Engineer, of Algona, Iowa, be and are it re by appointed a* commissioner* to No. W, and that May ~ jr -r-. —, ftaer'O^toett P. M.. be the day And time for hearing on said commissioners report. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded by McDonald thai the Chair- nan of the Board of Supervisors be authorized to sign order to purchase one No. 112 "Caterpillar" Diesel Motor Grader from the Gibbs-Cook Trartor & Equipment Co., Des Moines, Iowa, or the sum of $11.271.40 for use in Supervisor District No. 3. Ayes: All. Vays: None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until December 1, 104U. at 8:00 o'clock A. M. M. L. JOHNSON. Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: L. J. IMMERFALL. County Auditor. BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR NOVEMBER SESSION A. D. 1949 Third Day December 1, 1149 The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, met pursuant to adjournment in regular session. There was present Supervisor M. L. Johnson, Chairman in 11.e Chair, and Supervisors Henry Scheppmann, S. U. McDonald, W. S. Cosgrove and J. F. Quinn. Absent: None. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow claims. Motion made by McDonald and seconded by Scheppmann that the application and bond filed by Jesse F. Beamish for a cigarette permit at F. Beamish DBA Chrome Cafe Jesse be Droved and placed on file. Ayes: jected. U.'iion Township: Nos. inclusive. Weolev Township: Nos 1 to 61 both 1 to 54 both inclusive, except Nos. 22. 3'J and 51 which were refected. Whittemore Township: Nos. 1 to 66 both inclusive, except No. 32 which was rejected Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Quinn and seconded by Scheppmann that the payment of the claims allowed at this meeting of Die persons and linns &s listed immediately iollowmg be ratified, allowed and confirmed. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion car- lie u. County Fund NW Bell Telephone Co.. Tele. Serv 172.18 Ion a State Bank, Withheld Taxes --- 340.03 Kllpto LOOM; Leaf Co. Sup _ 7580 Advance Publishing Co . Sap and Brd. Proceeding* 112.3-1 Uppel DeS Momes Pub. Co. Official Notice ... ......... 3.UO Ytilai-.d & Hanes. Sup.-. 3i9 V'elland & Hanes. Sup... ..... 1109 II B. Hop).. Sup. ... 37.42 Tne Algona Hardware. Sup . .. 3.0t! The Algona Hardware. Sup-. - .41 Addrcsaograph-Maltigraph Col j. Sup. . . . Monioc- Caleulatlr.ii Maeil. Co Maintenance Gaalantce ... 1500 Donald I. Webster. Bty. . 250 Dr John M- Seiiutter. Coroner fr tses _, —., L-ion p Uu-haidMjn M.i%or's ' fc.cs .- 1U.OU Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, as representatives of Drainage District 135 and 129 of Kossuth County will pay over to the County Auditor of Faribault County, Minnesota, the proportionate cost hereinafter specified for the aforesaid cleanout and repair upon the satisfactory completion of the work. It Is further understood that prior to the letting of the contract for said cleanout and repair that party of the second part will submit to party of the first part, for their approval, the bid of the contractor to whom the party of the second part purposes to let the contract and that a certified copy of a Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County approving the bid and the contract together with this Agreement shall constitute authority to second party to proceed with trie cleanout and repair as aforesaid with the costs to be apportioned, thirty-five percent (3S%) to first party and sixty-five percent (657») to second party. County of Faribault By ./s / Lester Arend Chairman of Board /s / G. G. Buscho County Auditor. Faribault County I County of Kossuth By /s / M. L. Johnson Chairman of Board /s /L. J. Immerfall County Auditor, Kossuth County The foregoing Agreement was offered and read, and Supervisor Schepp- mann moved Its adoption, was seconded by Supervisor McDonald, whereupon Chairman Johnson placed the motion for Its adoption and upon roll call the vote thereon is McDonald. Scheppmaan, Cosgrove, Quinn and Johnson. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Carried. Whereupon Chairman Johnson declared the Agreement duly adopted. Motion made by Quinn and seconded by Scheppmann that the Board of Supervisors approve the claim of. Lucy Helen Humbert Envelopes & ^ Stflnips_ ..„..„-—-..-—---- 27.88 J3LUI1IU3 _«_„,.-_•-..,-..-...--.--- — -• Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Med. Con Sultant Row, Peterson 8t Company, ' Books Scott.,Foresman & Company, Books Bvron P. Richardson, Mayor's Fee Cecil McGinnls, Marshal's Fee P. R. Irons, Wlnkler Stoker In- , stalled in Jail 382.50 Stale Institution Fond Alma Pearson, Clerk's Fees— C. H. Cretzmeycr, Exam. Phys. Fee D. C. Hutchison. Atty. Fee... H. W. Miller, Ally. Fee ,. Bang'* Disease Fund George C. Koestlef, Indem. Harold E.'MlnoTlndemr Cattle Assessor Fund Lucille Loesch. Assist Co. As- Rosanne "Weberi'Assist Co. Assessor • Rosalyn Arndorfer. Assist Co. Assessor -- —. 81.25 John Bestenlehner, Expenses St Bond — E. M. Huber. Expenses & Mileage . 35.44 Gilbert Hall. Assessing ----- 278-21 5.00 6.03 20.47 3.50 .89 9.50 7.60 10.00 12.50 50.00 117.96 87.40 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Sup. Institute Fund 70.20 61.BJ be approved an> All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by C'osgrove and seconded by McDonald that the Board of Superviirfjrs aporove final estimate No. 406 of Everds Bros. St Elmer Dole for graveling. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Schcppmann and becondea by C'osgrove that the Hoard of Supervifeors approve the claim for refund of P. C. Geilenieldt in the amount of $50.00 on account that, hi paid a moneys and credits lax oi $5000.00 Algona Building & Loan AbVi shares for the years 1947 and 11)48 and which shaies aie nut subject to tax Aves. All. Nays: None. Motion e~ai n- ea. Motion made by Schcppmann and seconded by McDonald that tixe following agreement be adopted: A0ri*m*nt This Agreement made and enierec into by and between the Board Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa acting for and in behalf of Drainage District No. IU5 and Drainage District No ItU. both of Kossuth County. Iowa, rjartv of tile lirst part, and trie County Board oi Fanbaull County. Slate of Minnesota, party of the second part. WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, an Agreement v.as. made _nd entered into between the patties in December of 1916 which provided for an outlet for the two aforesaid drains into the drainage system in Fairbault County. Minnesota, designated as County Ditch No 41 of Faribault County. Minnesota, and WHEREAS, under the said Agrec- rnent a contribution was made be the two aforesaid Districts in KosiUth County to assist In meeting llu: cost of construction of the main open ditch of the drainage system known as C'ouiity Ditch No. 41 as aforesaid, and WHEREAS, the Joint payment by the Drainage District* i« Ko^buth County amounted to approximately thirty-five (35':<) of the total cost of conbti ut-tion of ihe main open ditch known aa County Ditch No. 41 oi Karibault County. Minniibota, and WHEKEAS. County Ditch No 11 was necessary to provide an adequate out- letfoi• oitoreiaid Districts 135 and 12!) and to afford drainage for Minnesota ""WHEREAS, said county ouch NO 41 of Faribault County.. Minnesota, has now become heavily silted and overgrown with vegetation MJ that a clean- out and deepening at ceitain points to acquire the necessary flow is lequired to restore the efficiency ol the outlet for the aforesaid Drainage Uiitnets in Kossuth County and i'or ine pi opt i 1 drainage of Minnesota land, and WHEREAS. It is tne mutual dcoire of the "jaittcs hereto to eifeet :.aid cleanout and to allorij pi ope i drainage tor M.innetota lands. Now. therefore, in vonsidciution ol the premi&cb. it is hereby agieed by and between the parties, that p.,rt.v of the second part W'lll adveiii.,e loi and secure tilt loW'esl saltsiaetoiy b;U for the eluanout and repair 01 '.hu main UUvU Juiuwu Hi Cuunty Uiti-h .',., 11 ol Vullbuult County, Mlnne.,ot,i. m ,n- COJCUncc. VSltll UiC le.t.ulimi(;:.Ual;or,.i 28 W., lands located within drainage district No. 133, and. that the County Auditor be and he is hereby directed to Issue refund warrant, or abate the taxes as the case may be. Ayes: All. Mays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Cosgrove and seconded bv McDonald that Scheppmnnn be appointed as a committee to have repairs made on drain No. 62. Ayes: AO. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded by Cosgrove thai McDonald be appointed as a committee to have repairs made on drain No. 161. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by McDonald and seconded by Scheppmann that Quinn be appointed as a committee to have repairs made on drali%No. 72. Ayes: All. Mays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Quinn and seconded by Cosgrove that secondary road petition No. 775 for surfacing with iravel be placed on file. Ayes: All. Mays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Quinn and seconded by Scheppmann that the Board of Supervisors approve the applications Hied by the various school districts for reimbursement for loss of school taxes due to Federal. State, County and Municipally owned lands within the school districts, and that the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors be authorized to sign said applications. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motlo nmade by Cosgrove and seconded by Quinn that the following resolution be adopted: Resolution WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, has con- cldeted the bids received by the owa State Highway Commission on November 22, 1949 for construction work on Farm to Market Project No. SN-1SOS Kossuth County. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the said Board of Supervisors if Kossuth County. Iowa, concurs In the Commission's recommendation that contracts for said work be awarded to the low bidders as follows: Bridges: Group 1. Barker & Rose Construction Co., Marshalltown, Iowa $ 7,86406 Group 2 Barker * Rose Construction Co., Marshalltown, Iowa f 1043163 Croup 3 Barker Si ROM Construction Co., Marshalltown, Iowa $ 8.346.81 Passed and approved this 1st day of December, lint*. Motion maue by Quinn and seconded jy Sclieppmann that the rnaKing ol Ihe tax levies and the entering on re- :ord of the valuations and mileage of the various utilities operating in Kossuth County. Iowa, and certified by the State Tax Commission be postponed until January 3. 1USO. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by McDonald and *cc- mded by Cosgrove tnat the Chairman >t tne board ot Supervisors be author- zed to sign order to purchase one •-S 134" v/. B. Marmon-Harrington Truck, with St. Paul Dump Box. Krlnk V Plow, lights, heater and pull hook rom the All-Wheel Drive Co., Davenport, Iowa, for the sum of $4800.00, ilus sales tax, F.O.B. Davenport, Iowa, or Supervisor District No, 1. Ayes: AH. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Quinn and seconded by Scheppmann that the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors be au- tnorued to sign order to purchase one LU 23 Martin Trailer from the Gibbs- Cook Tractor & Equipment Co.. Des Moines, Iowa, for the sum of (U25.UO, for use in all Supervisor District*. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by McDonald and sec- onaed by Quinn that the payment of the claims allowed at this meeting ol tbe persons and lirms as listed immediately following be ratified, allowed and confirmed. Ayes. All. Nays: None. Motion carried. County Fund City of Algona, Light & Water Serv. $ 80.30 Agatha Pangman, Assist Co. Auditor 90.10 Donna Arndorfer, Assist Co. Recorder 117.0* Rosalie Kuhn. Assist Co. Treasurer 115.32 Bernice Heller. Assist Co. Treasurer 87.IS W. W. Sullivan, Postmaster, Stamps to Co. Sheritl 1S.03 Henry Scheppmann, Comm. St Session 291.47 £. U McDonald. Comm. St Session 272.S8 W. S C'osgrove. Comm. & Session ... Xlim J. t~. Quinn. C'omrn. St Session 340.42 M. L. Johnson. Comm. St Session - 337.30 Gmn & Company. Book* M.44 G. S. Buchanan. Del. Pers. Prop. Tax Coll. 50.33 Rosalia Voitft. Co.. Treas., Adv. Cash for Bty. dc Laundry 38.34 Donald M. Wood. Invest, fees and Mileage . .. 22.32 K. II. Bradley. Care and Keep 1 M Halph W. Lmdhorst, Invest. Fees, Mileage and Lodge Prisoners 28445 H. J. McNerlney. Office Exp. and Percent of Fines 494.71 Panama Carbon Company. Sup. 13.54 Fidlai & Chambers Co., Sup 118.0! Columbian Art Works, Sup. to Slieriff - 3.34 Matt Parrott St Sons Co.. Sup. 809.1} Kllpto Looie Leaf Co.. Sup 120.85 Raesly Lumber Co.. Coal 327.28 Addrcssograph Sales Agency. Mechanical Serv SIM Botsford Lumber Co.. Sup 4.43 Spillcs Hardware, Sup .61 foster Furniture Co., Shades- 11-93 John M. Sehutter. M. D., Office Call . - 3.00 Lamg St Muckey. Labor J.OO Byron P. Richardson, Mayor'* ji*eett - - ..-- 10,5u Ralph W. Lindhorst. Sheriff's Esther Boehlje. Mtg. — 61.89 Marjorle Llcktelg. Mtg. 4.24 Mona Bonacker. Mtg. 9.42 Library Fund A. S. Barnes St Co.. Books— 20.77 Webster Publishing Co., Books 1S.05 O. G. Waffle Book Co., Books 123.49 Wilcox & Follett Company. Books 35.04 Be>tJ. H. Sanborn & Co.. Books 5.92 Frances Messer, Ottosen Cons. 1949 Library Approp. ' 328 Pacific Press Publishing Ass'n Books „ 28.67 Iowa Pupils' Reading Circle. Books 165.98 United Tov Book Publishers, Books .: 82.05 Supt. Charles Whitney. Corwlth Cons. 1949 Library npprop. 8.78 Supt. K. T. Hancer, West Bend —1949 Library Approp 31.18 Construction Fund Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole, Loading & Hauling Gravel 1046.68 H. W. Smith, Salary 465.20 John D. Fraser. Salary 253.95 Thelma Spurgeon. Salary 149.50 Earl Booth, Rodman 157.80 Leslie A. Higley, Rodman.;... 174.60 Joe M. Esser. Labor 223.60 P. H. Pctersen, Checking Gravel -. 22.61 Dale" Kern. Bridge * Work..". 154129 Howard Lowman. Bridge Work 176.75 James H. Mcrrvman. Labor — 948.00 Harry L. Cutler. Grading ... 268.75 George A. Conkiln. Rodman.. 12.00 D. L. LefTert, Engineering 82.20 Leo J. Immerfall, Exec., RIght- of-Way ..- 84.00 John Arndorfer. Right-of-Way 72.00 Mary Ann Studer, RIght-of- Way 22.08 John M. Brunlng. et al, RIght- of-Way 42.00 John Prouschl, RIght-of-Way 76.00 Leo F. Wagner. RIght-of-Way 126.00 Henry S. it Clare A. Hang, Right-or-Way 22.00 Mrs. Anna Kalselm. Gravel 169.68 Packard. Packard St Smith, Tile Across Highway —1 151.80 John Dorweiler Sand Ac Gravel Co.. Bridge Supplies 152.48 Concrete Products Corp., Pipe 24.88 Armco Dr. St Metal Prod., Inc., Supplies 720.15 Maintenance Fund Central States Elec. Co.. Elec. Serv 1.02 Interstate Power Co.. Elec. Serv. 5.28 Interstate Power Co.. Elec. Serv 2.96 City of Algona. Light. Water & Power Serv. 23.33 Iowa Public Service Co.. Elect. Serv. 5.10 Central States Elec. Co. Elec. Serv. 3.61 Lone Rock Co-Op. Tele. Co.. Tele. Service & Tolls 130.78 Rosella Volgt. Co. Trcas., Adv. eig 530 Cash. Freight St Express... Algona Electric, Sup. Algona Implement Co.. Sup.. Botsford Lumber Co.. Sup Cook's Welders Supply. Sup. Grernberg Auto Supply. Sup. . P. R. Irons. Labor St Sup Kent Motor Company. Sup.. Kohlhvas Hardware. Sup. Koosuth Motor Company, Sup. F. S. Norton & Son. Sup...Schultz Bros. Sup. Spllles Hardware, Sup Tliompson Distributing Co., Sup. Frankl's Store, Sup, Phil C. Lichty Hdwe.. Sup... Thompson Yards. Inc.. Sup Peerless Oil Co.. Sup. Lease i Lease, Sup. K & H Co-op. Oil Co.. Sup.... 2S.48 Titonka Imnl. Co., Inc., Sup.. Flenry Plalsier, Sup. and Reps. Citizen's Service Co.. Sup.... A. B. Tweeten Hdwe., Sub Elmore Cement St Tile Co.. TU« _ W. C. Brown Supply Co.. Sup. Hradv Motor Freight, Freight Hridlck St Son Radiator Shop, Reps. Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp., Sup. Waterloo Steel it Eqpt. Co.. Sup Tha All-Wheel Drive Co., Sup. Hurnes-Hoak Company, Sup. Burnes-Hoak Company, Sup.. Dukeh.irt-Hughes Tr. & Eqpt. Co., Sup Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Sup. Globe Machinery St Supply Co., Sup. — Stephens St Jones. Sup. The Balbach Company. Sup. , Kossuth Oil Company. Gas.. J. H. Menke. Gas K i H Oil Company. Sup... Lynch Oil Company. Sup. ... Gopleiud Lubricants Company. Sup. Blanchard Lumber Company, Sup Central Auto Elec. Co., Inc , Sup. Central Auto Elec. Co., Inc., Sup. . 3.35 18.15 156.11 2759 82.41 59.02 51.88 22.66 IJP.41 M.31 1.84 1.02 62.27 40.20 542 27.51 47.5O 4.46 103.07 1087 4S.29 51.44 21.00 150.70 S6.ll 27.50 29.73 59.71 »?6^ 84.90 810.55 251.60 6.97 5.47 179.40 893.17 307.58 105.53 560.19 38.47 18.75 73.70 Emma Knudscn. Assist Co. Cecil" M«Guinis.~~MaYs~harV~r«!ei Albert Boekelman, J. *B. John*tdn"~ j"."" Marlyn Walterman, Bty ....... Ronald K. Richardson. Bty ... Raymond Herzog. Bty ...... Arthur Graham. Bty .......... Maurice Carlson. Bty. _ ..... SUrlite Outdoor Thea»r«, Refund on Cigarette Permit . Lloyd Haubach, Janitor iscrv. Kossutii County Farm Bureau. A'jnrorj -- -- ........ John' £.' McEnroe. Kent ..... Beit Geerdes. Mtg ......... Henry Schmidt. Mtg. . ... Fred DeVries. Mtg. .... ------E. J, Buas. Mlg ...... .......... D. L. U-flfcrt. £jiguM*n«ig... - Shumv.'ay. Kelly i Frfsttdt. Legal Serv. . ------- - , George A Conkiln. fcng Help- AlbW Helper 11 .25 Lemy Ciapser. Mechanic — Fred Lupkes. Shop — Clifford Holmes. Patrol W. A. Hedrlck. Patrol Ferdinand Meyer, Patrol Hatinie Hanaen. Patrol Clarence Hentges, Patrol Bert Shellmyer. Patrol Harold Zimmerman. Patrol Howard O. Esser, Patrol Merle E. Chamberlain, Patrol and Check Gravel — Willis Marshall. Patrol Noble L. Crouch, Patrol Erich WUlrett, Patrol Max Block. Snow Fencing — F. H. Hmtj, Snow Fencing... Gall Stoddard, Snow Fencing Benedict GIsli. Patrol — Clifford Johnson. Patrol Ralph Markla. Patrol Juvi Walker. Patrol Paul A. Wtlley. Patrol Adam Reefer. Patrol Ezra Blanchard. Patrol Urban Neuroth. Patrol E. M. Down*, Patrol Lem Stockwell. Patrol Edd Ricke. Patrol Dick Baade, Patrol Raymond Baade, Patrol C. H. Cooper. Patrol Ernest Godfredscn. Patrol ... Wm. H. Zimmtinnaiin. Patrol Jttme* if. Loaf. Patrol Raymond Bierle. Patrol Robert J. Hiuzen. Patrol Kenneth Thomstn. Labor — Roger Cong. Patrol , Jean O. Twgue. Patrol Doy*l Sanaem. Patrol Clyde Sander*. Patrol Theodore Trump, Patrol ... Wm. Chri*l«i>s*n. Patrol . Clifford C. Butter&eld. Patrol Frank J. Oalm. Patrol • Cox. Petrol .-„--. Peter*. Patrol ,*rol H,nry"'s"4nkey, Bridge" Work. Jajnii H. Merryroan Bridge Sorenaen Grocery Co.. Prov. Harold's Food Store, Prov.- Consumers, Prov. Frankl'8 Store, Prov — Art Priebe, Prov ----Algona Co-op. Cry. Co.. Fuel uil Botsiord Lumber Co.. Coal— iking. Oil Co.. Fuel Oil &^t Co-op. Ofl Co., Sup.. r. T. J. Etfan, Med, Aid ... _r. R. D. Bennett, Med. Aid. Df. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Jr., Med. Dr. J. Gr'cfapsaddTeTMed.'Aid Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Med. Dr. Robeft"'wrLeer"Med""Ald Dr. H. D. Meyer. Med. Aid-— Lusby St Gio'ssl, Med. Sup— K. D. - -- - *- 21.42 15.30 12.03 20.40 11.15 35.71 18.00 8.00 53.00 58.00 ST.50 204.50 54.90 38.55 , . — . . . James. Med. Sup. 41.33 Convent of the Good Shepherd, Care and Keep 28.00 Mothers' Jewels Home. Care and Keep ... 185.00 Mrs. Frank A. Smith, Care and Keep 24.00 ««CCH ........ — .A.... — . — -.. — ..- &-..VW Ada Flowers, Care and Keep. 45.00 Mrs. Harry Curtis. Care and Keep 37.50 Mrs. Carl Busch, Care and Keep 26.00 Broadlawns Polk Co., Hosp. Med. Care 21.33 Merritt Rest Home. Care and Keep — 252.95 St. Ann Hospital, Hosp. Care 465.63 State Sanatorium, Insulin 4.75 O. D. Curtis, Funeral Exp 101.00 J. F. Quinn, Transportation to Iowa City 36.84 Mrs. Glen Culbertson. Rent.. 15.00 Russell Cook, Rent for Audrey Fry — 25.00 Mrs. Mary Neuman. Rent — 40.00 State Dept. of Social Welfare. Aid to Dep. Children 526.98 State Dept. of Social Welfare. Aid to Blind 83.47 Dept. of Social Welfare. Emergency Relief Fund 10.23 Cities Service Oil Co.. Fuel Oil 6.68 COUNTY FARM— Arthur Henry, Salary 196.00 Walter Schmellng, Salary 196.00 E. M. Schetnmel, Salary 83.30 Lalng & Muckey, Sup. 3.01 Algona Baking Co.. Prov 34.47 Algona Co-op. Cry. Co., Sup.. 5.80 Algooa Ice Cream 8t Candy Factory, Storage & Locker Bent 19.46 Grahams Store, Sup. . 18.60 day of December. 1*49. , . . Motion made by Ke^tonjWjnd seconded by qulnti that the 150,000.00 Fire and Extended Coverage Policy on the tostuth County Coftrlr House which iecomes due December 27, 1949, be (gain divided Into five. flO.000.00 old 5ne policies, .and that the Policies submitted by Wm. Boyken of Titonka, Lawrence Becker, of Bancroft, C. F. Bcrggren M Swea City, JoISn P. Urden- lakefof Whtttemottj «nd L. 8. Bohannon, of Algona, be accepted and placed on nie. Ayes: All. Niy«: None. Morion carried. Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded bv McDonald that this Board of Supervisors authorize the cancellation of the taxes on the following described property and that the County Treasurer be and Is hereby directed to show same cancelled on the tax lists. Ayes: AH. Nays: None. Motion carried. Money's and Credits tax In the name of Llbble Treptow Hawcott, Burt Corporation for the year 1948, In the amount of $10.50, plus penalty, on ac- "ount 'hat same was also assessed in Burt Township and the tax was paid In that taxing district; tax and penalty on Lots 4. & and 6 In Block 26, W. T. Lot Co's. 1st Add. to Bancroft for the year 1948, on account that same Is property belonging to the County of Kossuth: tax and .penalty on W>,4 of Block 30. Original Plat to Town of Wesley for the year 1948 on account that same is property belonging to the Town of Wesley; tax and penalty on Lots 22, 23 and 24 In Block 3. Ways and Barretts College Add. to Wesley for the years 1947 and 1948 on account that same Is property belonging to the Town of Wesley: tax and penalty on Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 In Block 6, Dourte's Add. to the Town of Swea City for the years 1947 and 1948 on account that same Is property belonging to the State Board of Social Welfare. Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded by McDonald that the payment of the claims allowed at this Botsford Lumber Co., Coal 143.76 Raesly Lumber Co., Coal 51.96 Foster Furniture Co., Shades. 173.40 Spllles Hardware, Sup. 5.30 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Sup 124J55 Bradley Bros., Sup. 43.16 Kossuth County Implement Store. Sup. 3.06 Kossuth Oil Company, Sup.. 47.17 Dr. P. V. Janse. Calls and Medicine y. 51.00 On motion adjournment was taken until December 19. 1949. at 1.30 o'clock P. M. M. L. JOHNSON. Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: L. J. IMMERFALL, County Auditor. BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR NOVEMBER SESSION A. D. U41 Fourth Day December IMS The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, met pursuant to adjournment in regular session. There was present Supervisor M. L. Johnson. Chairman In the Chair, and Supervisors Henry Scheppmann, S. D. McDonald, and J. F. Quinn. Absent Supervisor W. S. Cosgrove. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow the domestic animal claims on file. Motion • made by Quinn and seconded by McDonald that the Board of Supervisors approve transfer of the sum of $27.090.00 from the Secondary Road Construction Fund to the Secondary Road Maintenance Fund as recommended by H. M. Smith. County Engineer. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded by McDonald that a permanent transfer In the amount of S29.- 300.00 be made from the Emergency Fund to the County General Fund and that the County Auditor be and he Is hereby Instructed to make application to the State Comptroller for this transfer. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by Quinn and seconded bv Scheppmann that the following claims for Military Service Tax Exemption be allowed for the year 1949 Aye*: All. Nays: None. Mutton carried ...... ., Algona Corporation: Nos. 1 to 269, both Inclusive. Bancroft Corporation: No*. 1 to 39. both Inclusive. Burt Corporation: Noi. 1 to 42, both Inclusive. Fentoli Corporation: Nos. 1 to 21. both Inclusive. Lakota Corporation: Nos. 1 to 24, both Inclusive. 1 to 8, ran . a. Spencer J. Cox. WlUUm Henry Boas Burns, Pat _______________________ CbarlM Wanner, fupalr Road Tlfcj ______ . __________ -------- Ctanent Craban. Repair Road Tljg ...... ________ ___________ Poor Fund Marvel Dole, Travel Exp.-- JJJry Cflwull. Assist In Relief 373.00 24.00 ill .00 29.19 Item Ho. Ledyard Corporation: Nos. both Inclusive. Lone Rock Corporation: Not. 1 to 11. both inclusive. Lu Verne Corporation: No*. 1 to 26, both inclusive. Swea City Corporation: Nos. 1 to 42, both Inclusive. Titonka Corporation: Nos. 1 to 28, both Inclusive. Wesley Corporation: Nos. 1 to 23, both Inclusive. Whittemore Corporation: No*. 1 to 33, both Inclusive. Buffalo Township: No*. 1 to 28. both inclusive. Burt Township: Nos. 1 to 21, both inclusive. Cresco Township: Nos. 1 to 28, both Inclusive. Eagle Township: Nos. 1 to 7, both Inclusive. Fenton Township: Nos. 1 to 24, both inclusive. Garlield Township: Nos. 1 to IV, both inclusive. German Township: Nos. 1 to 15. both inclusive. Grant Township: Nos. 1 to 18. both Inclusive. Greenwood Township: Nos. 1 to 24, both inclusive. Harrison Township: Nos. 1 to 19, both inclusive. Hebron Township: Nos. 1 to 23, both Inclusive. Irvington Town*hip: NOS. 1 to 20, both inclusive. • Ltdyard Township: Nos. i ty 23, both inclusive. Lincoln Township: Nos. 1 to 17. both inclusive. Lolls Creek Township: Nos. 1 tu 13, bom inclusive. LuVerue Township: Nos. i to 17, both inclusive. Plum Creek Township: No*. 1 to 15, bom inclusive. Portland Township: Nos. 1 to 23, both Inclusive. Prairie Township: Nos. 1 to 23, both inclusive. Hamsey Township: Nog. 1 to a, bulii inclusive. iiiverdale Township: Nos. 1 tu 10, both inclusive. Seneca Township: No*. 1 to al. both Inclusive. Sherman Tuwiuhiy: Nos. 1 to 21, both Inclusive. Springfield TownUilp: No*. 1 to 10, bot.i inclusive. Swta Township: No*. 1 to 27, both inclumvc Union Township: Nos. 1 to 18, both inclusive. Wesley Township: No*. 1 to 15. both inclusive. Whittemore Township; Nos. 1 lo HO, both Inclusive. Motion made by Quinn and seconded by Scruppmann tnat thu following Resolution b« adopted: Resolution WHtREAS. under the Federal Aid Hifliway Act of 1944 the Congress of the United States lias authorized the appropriation of funds lo awist the utatea jod counties In tlu.- construction of a secondary system of highway*. WHEREAS, a certain portion of said Federal Funds will be available for such work in the Slat* of Iowa, and WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisor* of KoMUtli County wbh*» t5 wcura for laid county any Siate or Federal funds that might accrue to said cmnv •"'• credit in the Farm (o Ma-riiM Reid, meeting the persons and firms as listed Immediately following be ratified, allowed and confirmed. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Domestic Animal Fund K. D. Keith. Sheep Killed by Dogs Not Allowed Claude Seely. Sheep Killed by Dogs Not Allowed Lynn E. Pulver, Rabbits Killed by Dogs Not Allowed Mrs. B. Werlnga. Chickens Killed by Dogs Not Allowed Edw. benz, "chickens Killed by Dogs Not Allowed L. O. Hecse. Chickens Killed by Dogs Not Allowed John W. Kiley, Sheep Killed by Dogs . Not Allowed Dave Grimes. Pigs Killed by Dogs 60.00 John Krebsbach. Sow Killed by Dogs 80.00 Raymon Barslow, Pig Killed by Dogs 20.00 J. C. Mawdsley. Lamb Killed by Dog* 15.00 John ScUltham, Sheep Killed by Dogs _, 90.00 David E. Lynch. Sheep Killed by Dogs - 172.80 Sevcrtn Ophelm. Sheep Killed by Dogs 242.00 Martin Stecker. Sheep Killed by Dogs 60.00 W. H. Graver. Lambs Killed by Dogs 100.00 JkOW THEREFORE BE IT BE8OLV- ;D: That the Board of Supervisors of -County* Iowa, o.n this I9fh er ' ! 9 e , < i« n P tb-Bt tliu feltawu " - recommends iojccUbe a ! , tb-Bt tliu feltawuig uiojccUbe approved by"li£ State Wghway Commission for Improvement with gaid rarnj fo Market Road Funds: Bouie Me. Type ot Work and Location ol Project 74 Grading & Surfacing From S</> cor Sec. Z4-98-28 North to e*m. Sec. J4-IW-28. till . . ...... Grading St Surfacing frgm SW cor. Sue. H-WJ-30 East to SE WT. Sec. 18-B8-2B 1131) Grading &. Surfacing from fa'« cor. Sec. 11-M-2U East to a pulllt 1500 E of SW cou Sec. 18-WS-2B .-- * i'M Grading i Surfacing it Bridges. From SW cor Sec. 18-afl-28 North to NE cor. Sec. 1-K7-38 - Eat Co« Length i«— »•» tt.5 mi. U.O mi. f J4.4M.W1 25.723.00 7.845.00 1.8 ml Passed and M.UW.UO •td by U« U.O ml. Earl Shipler. Sheep Killed by Dogs . Carl F. Callies. Sheep Killed by Bartfott 'Bros".' "fuVkeyi" "Killed by Dogs Alfred Barslou, Turkeys killed 160.00 58.00 172.00 by Dogs 100.00 P. Chris Larsen. Turkey* Killed by Dog* - 75.00 Swea City Hatchery, Turkey* Killed by Dog* 594.40 Mrs. P. W, Harwen. Gee*c Killed by Dog* Mr*. Jack Krebsbach, Oeeie Killed by Dog* Mrs. Peter W. Hansen, Goose Killed by Dog* Ervin Wetzel. Geese Killed by Dogs . Henry J. Arndorfer. Geese Killed bv Dogs — Herman Harms. Hens Killed by Dogs arold 100.00 5.00 15.00 15.00 45.00 Harold E. Presthus, Chickens Killed by Dogs 77.50 Andrew C. Hanson, Chickens St Geese Killed bv Dogs 16.50 William Dodds. Jr.. Chickens Killed by Dog* -- 36.00 Robert U. Lvnch. Chicken* Killed by Dog* 22.75 Li A. Vlpond^ Chjckcns Killed.^- . ,1' by Doit* i 90.00 Harold Mover. Chickens Killed by Dog* 51.50 Tommy Nielsen. Chicken* Killed by Dog* 38.20 Joe Elbert. Chickens Killed by Dogs 28.35 Earl Shlpler, Sheep Killed by Dogs 75.00 R, I. Mawdsley. Lamb Killed by Dogs _____ -. ........... .--.. A. J. Pcrgande. Chickens Killed by Dogs 20.00 11.00 18.00 ................. Henry Stro«bel. Sheep Killed by Dogs .................... . On motion adjournment was taken until December 29, 1949, at 1 JO o'clock P. M. M. L. JOHNSON. Chairman Hoard of Supervisors. ATTEST: L. J. IMMERFALL, County Auditor. iting a on the Diagonal BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR NOVEMBER •CSBION A. D. 1*41 Flllh Day December It. 114* The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, met pursuant to adjournment in regular scission. There wa* present Supervisor M. L. Johnson, chairman in the Chair, and Sup- i-rvisors Henry Scheppmann. S. D. McDonald and W. S. Coaarove. Absent: Supervisor J. F. Quinn. Motion made by Scheppmann and seconded by Caigrove that the County Auditor be, and Tie 1*. hereby directed to notify the Board of Trustees of each township to call a mMtiog of the township trustee* of their respective townships for the purpose to prepare their township road program for the year I960, and to select a representative to meet with the Board of Supervisors for the purpose of adoptin road program for tne year 11*50 on 16th d»v of February, 1050. at 9:30 o'clock A. M. In the Court Room. Algona, Iowa. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion made by McDonald and seconded by Scheppmann that the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, adopt a Resolution confirming re-assessments on the following Joint l>ra.iuag« Districts as acted on ny the Joint Boards of Wlnnebago County and Kossuth County on December 29, 1&49. and that said re-assessments be spread on Ihe drainage tax lists and be collected wilh the 1949 taxes payable in 1!)50 Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Percent oi JL Drainage District* Original Assm't Winnebago No. 35— Kqssutli No. K'J 2'i Wlnnebago No SB— Kos»uth No. 119 2'i Wtnnebaao No. 68- Koaiuth No. 138 2'; Oil motion adjournment was taken until December 31. 1U49. at 11:30 o'clock M. L. JOHNSON, Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: L. J. 1MMEHFALL, County Auditor BOARD "PROCEEDINGS REGULAR NOVEMBER SESSION A. D. Sixth Day December 11, 1*41 Tliu Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, met pursuant to adjournment in regular session. There wax present Supervisor M. L. Johnson, Cliairman in the Chair, and Supervisors Henry Schoppnuum and S. D. MfDvnaldj _Ab»cntj Supervisors J. F. and A W. . Quinn and W. S Cosgrove . made by grove Schepp S conded by McDonald that this Board Supervisor* approve the following amount* a* cash counted by the Board «o4 found to be on hand m the various county offices on tb* 3Ut day of December. 1948. County Auditor JNone County Becord«r None Sherifl'* Office. ... ... None Clerk of CQuna-^CMb ,.. 15.00 . County Treasurer— currency t UOajOO Stiver 82.47 Checks UOti-M 12238,03 Ay««: AU. Nnv»: Nor*. MctUon carried. Motion <g»de by McDonald and seconded by Scheppmann that thin Board of Supervisor* accept the resignation of L. J, liomertaU, County Auditor. cJ- ve a> of Deoeinrjor jfi. 1949. Ayes: allon carried, adjourned, '"Sine Pi'o'vi" '".'.". ao.SO Iowa, at Us ineeliug held oa the lut'h '
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