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-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moirm Tuesday, December 4, 1956 Howard Krause & Bride to apppnr. This notice i? pi von by cirdov of tlu'i Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2!>6, Code of Iowa. 1954. and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures in accordance therewilh and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board oi Directovs on the 5th day of November. 1«56. IVttrd at Seneca Township. Kossutli County. lown. the 5th dav of Novem- b.-> . 'A.11 . 19S6. /s/ Marjorlc Countryman Secretary Board of Directors (Published Nov. 13. 20. 27th and Doc. A. l!>5fi, in The Algona Upper Des Moir.rst Pictured above are Delores Sturtz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Sturtz of Ogdcn and her husband as of Nov. 18, Howard Krause, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Krause of Lone Rock. The couple spoke wedding vows at the Zion Lutheran church in Ogdcn. The bride is a graduate of Ogden high, and the bridegroom graduated . from Fenton high, and served three years in the Marine Corps. He is now farming. Miss Sharon Hantclman of Fenton, niece of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Mrs Eldon Hantclman, sister of the bridegroom, from Fenton, presided at the coffee service during the reception which followed the ceremony. The couple will make their home on a farm near Lone Rock. Jerry Smith and Craig. Mrs Earl Dctmering, Jr.. Susan and Chris, Next meeting, Christmas party at the Mrs Harold Hansen home, assisted by Mrs Meier. Mystery sisters will be revealed and new names drawn. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings The first card party of the win- ler season was held Saturday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Brown. Members of the club are Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson, Mr and Mrs Clem Stripling, Mr and Mrs Wayne Warmbier, Mr and Mrs Harley Rusher, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson, Jr., Mr and Mrs Henry Hefty and Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner. At the play of three tables of 500, high for ladies, Mrs Stripling, low, Mrs Dale Zentner, high _men, Clem Stripling, low Robert'Nielson and travel, Dale Zentner, They will meet every two weeks. Next meeting, December 1, at 1he Wayne Warm bier home. Mr and Mrs John C. Zimmerman went to Hanover, .111., where they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Earl Zimmerman and daughter Kim. They also drove into Chicago to. yisit their sister-in-law, Mrs Walter P. Zimmerman who is now at her home after being hospitalized with a broken hip. They left Thursday and returned home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Irvin Ramus, Mr and Mrs Orville Ramus and their families of Fort Dodge visited their parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Ramus Sunday. Mrs Edward Ramus spent Thursday at Wesley visiting in the home of her daughter, the Ervin Hildman family. Mr and Mrs William Schipull entertained their children at a pre- Thanksgiving dinner Sunday. Attending were Mr and Mrs Lyle Schipull, Irvington, Mr and Mrs Ralph Schipull, Wesley, Mr and Mrs Raymond Schipull, Hardy, Mr and Mrs Fred Lupkes, Algona, Mr and Mrs Henry Hetty, LuVerne and their families and Mr and Mrs Otto Schipull, Lu- Verne. Wednesday overnight guests in Hie home of Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett was his sister, Mr and Mrs James Rudkin and Barbara. They were enroute lo their summer resort on Woman's Lake, Minn. They had been in Des Moines for sometime. Erhart Meyers of Wheeling; Missouri visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs Tillie Meyer, sister, Mrs Herman Hin/ and brother, Harold Meyers. Erhart and family are moving next spring to a farm near Clarinda from Missouri. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale w^re Sunday visitors in Ringsted with Mr and Mrs Charles Brown and family, former farmers here. Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton visited Monday with Mrs Anna Grant and Mrs Ella Benedict, living in the Good Samaritan Home in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Joseph Pul/.stuck and children visited Sunday in the home oi her cousins, Mr and Mrs Roland Vevold in Humboldt Mr and Mrs Edward Behnkendorf and children were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Behnkendorf and family in Bancroft. Supt. B. E. Martin and Lawrence O. Miller were guests oi the Hurt Lions Club Monday evening. They attended the dinner and then Mr Miller presented his slides of his recent trip in northern Minnesota and Canada. The Frog Hollow Birthday Club met Tuesday in the Mrs Irvin Jergensen home assisted by Mrs Earl Armstrong. Roll call was answered, "Things For Which I'm Thankful." Mrs James Trauger conducted the business. The anniversaries of Mrs Jergensen and Mrs M*tie Meier were observed aw* each received gifts. Guests were Mrs Jess Jergensen, Mrs C C C. H. Dr. C. Dr C. Dr C Dr C Or' SWEA CITY NEWS Mr and Mrs Howard Heidenrich of Stockton, IIJ. came Tuesday to spend a week with her sister, Mrs Selmer Uhr. Veterans hospital in Des Moines has alreaclv received $13 worth of gifts from the Swea City Legion Auxiliary unit. These gifts arc m;idc possible by public response to the sale of veteran-made poppies. Unit president Velcia Koll asch announces that at the unit meeting on Dec. 4. Mrs Guver will report on the rehabilitation service and Arzelle O'Green will be in charge of a-..Christma,s program. Mr and Mrs Roy Valvick spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mrs Valvk'k's sister. Mrs Ormond OUcrspn in Winnebago, Minn. From there they continued on to St. Paul to visit. Mrs Valvick's brother, Leonard Peterson and planned to spe,nd the weekend at the home of Roy's sister in Wisconsin before returning home. Mr and Mrs Robert Jones, both members oC the Swea City school faculty, were'dinner guests nt the home of The Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer on Tuesday night. On Wednesday, the Joneses left for Arizona, where Mrs Jones will remain for .several weeks upon the advice of her physician. She is suffering from a throat ailment and Will be unable to speak for some time. Her classes here will be handled by Mrs Edward Stewart. Mr Jones expected to be back in Swea City in time to resume teaching on Monday. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given In thu qualified voters of the Sentr.'il Community School District, in the Counties of Kossuth ;md Palo Alto, Stole ot Iowa, that a special school rlcolion has been called and ordered lo he held in and for said School District on the 15th day oC December, 11156, whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Sentral Community School District,, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, to-wit: "Shall the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District in the Counties of Kossuth and I'alo Alto. State of Iowa, issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $150,000.00 for the purpose of carrying nut a high school building program consisting of erecting a new high school building, procuring as a site therefor approximately ten acres of land lying in the Northeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter ISE',,1 and in the Southeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE'.i) of Section Nine (U), Township Ninety-seven (97) North Range Thirty (30). West of the 5th P.M.. Kossuth County. Iowa, and procuring and improving adjoining land as u site for an athletic Held in and for said School District." The polls for said election will be ipen from twelve o'clock noon until ieven o'clock P.M. of said day and or said election the whole of said Community School District has been consolidated into and will constitute me voting precinct and the polling ulace therefor will be at the ,school ouilding in the Town of Lone Rock, Kossuth County. Iowa, at which time md place all of the qualified voters of >;jid School District are hereby noti- BOARD PROCEEDINGS Thlrly-iourth Day October 1. 1956 Regular September Session 1956 Thr Board of Supervisors of Kossuth I'iMinty. Inwa. met pursuant to ad- jiuirmiient in spot-la! session. Those present were H. S. Schryipman. Chairman in the Chair, and members A. M. Kollnseh. C. H. Newel. John H. Rode, ;inrl Jons M. Sorensen. Absent none. Motion by John H. Rode and second- er! by C. H. Newel that the following resolution be adopted for Farm to Market Hoad for Year 1957. Ayes: all. N.ivs: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollnseh and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that bond be approved and Cigarette Permit be granted to Paul W. & Delores Richard- sun. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by John H. node that the Quarterly reports of following be approved: Clerk of Court. Recorder. Sheriff. Auditor. N. J. Nemmovs, J. P. (Bancroft) and report of Orand Jury be approved. Ayos: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by A M. Kollasch that the State examiners report he approved and the people whose exemption were disallowed by the rxamincrs be notified. The exomplions disallowed were: Kenneth J. Mulligan. Homestead Tax Credit Herman K. Wiese. Soldier Exemption. George Alkc, Soldier Exemption. Flynn. Laura V.. Soldier Exemption. Clifford S. Van Berkum Maurice N. Reding Edward J. Miller Kennclh D. Mullarkey Kenneth I. Brnnos Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that State Tax Commission be given a warrc'nt for $.1.23 because of excess credit allowed to Ollle Brims of Titonka. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by C. H. Newel that refund of $!)1.31 be allowed Ida M. Heid on property erroneously assessed to her when if is owned by others. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that refund be allowed Drive-In Theatre in amount of $37.50 for Cigarette Permit that was returned. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Hode and Seconded by C. H. Newel that Refund of $4.00 'be allowed Helmer Helmers of Algona. Iowa for Dog Tax that was paid twice. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and second, ed by John H. Rode that refund of $11.80 be allowed Melvin J. Kerns on property that was erroneously assessed. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that the payment of claims at this meeting for those persons and firms listed below be ratified, allowed and confirmed. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. County Fund Payroll Tumi, county payroll 3.276.65 North Central Public Service Co., gas 22.00 Algona Municipal Utilities, utilities 146.53 North Central Public Service Co.. gas — 3.64 Algona Municipal Utilities, utilities 16-43 Payroll Fund. Co. payroll 5,879.M W.' W. Sullivan, P.M., postage 12.35 Webster Co. Detention Home, care of prisoner - 8.00 Ralph W. Ltndhorst, boarding & lodging of prisoners 67.40 Ralph W. Lindhorst, meals and mileage 118.58 Donald M. Wood, mileage 52.74 Long's Studio, supp. - 4.72 Joyce Hayden. mileage 58.45 Rusk Drug ct Jewelry, supp. -- 4.24 Koch Bros., supp. 3.11 Ribbon & Carbon Co., supp. _- 28.20 Jack T. Harris, M D., water pol lution inspection 50.00 North Central Public Service (•„ , R ;is ; 34.09 Clean Towel Service, serv. 11.15 Kohlhaas Hdwe.. supp. .72 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., telephone service 304.94 Arthur E. O'Breeht, labor & materials -J 14.00 Material's Handling Equip. Inc., tabor & supp. 46,12 F. E. Davenport & Co., repairs 30.00 Jenkins-Fergemann Co., supp. 6.06 Panama Carbon Co., supp. 36.40 Farm Operator's Map Co., supp. 36.00 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., supp. — 30.10 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supp. 107.70 Koch Brothers, supp. „ 246 -;li! Dr! Harold D. Meyer, inspection 30.00 Elmer E. Muller, bee inspection B6.74 Daniels. Earl W., bee inspection 36.04 Advance Publishing Co.. notices 40.17 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., notices 15.44 Advancfc Publishing Co., notices 14.00 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., supplies 55.00 Co. Treasurer, bounty &c expenses ^ L W. Nitchals, expenses Court Fund Payroll Fund, court payroll C.'H. Ostwinkle. J.P. fees H. Steward, marshal! fees.- H. Ostwinkle. J. P. fees .. H Steward, marshal! i'ees.- H. Oslwinkle, J.P. fees H Steward, marshal! _ H. Ostwinkle, J.P. W H Strwnrd. mnrshall .-•- ---- 4.2$ c. IT. Ostwinkle. J P. .... ..... 4.00 W IT. Steward, marshal! ------ 4.25 C H. Ostwinkle. J.P. ------------ 4.00 W H Steward, marshall ..... . 4.28 C H. Ostwinkle. J.P. ------------ 4.'00 H Ostwinkle. J.P. - ..... --- 4.00 M. Ostwinkle. J.P ..... -------- 4.00 Ostwinkle. J.P. .. ......... - 4.00 C'. Shierk. mayor ....... - 5.00 C. Shierk. mayor . ... - 5.00 C. Shierk. mayor ------- 5.00 C. Shierk, Mayor ------- 5.00 C. C. Shierk, Mayor , .. ___ 5.00 Pr C. C. Shierk, Mayor - ...... . 5.00 Co Treasurer Juror's Fee .... 3.00 St.ite Institution Fund C H. Crctzmcypr, Examination 15.00 Vental Health Institute, Hospital Care - ........ - ---- 186.00 Assessor Fund Payroll fund, Assessor Payroll _ 968.86 Burroucjh's Corp., Rental . _____ 19.00 I. I. irnmorfall, Meals & Mileage . ..... ....... ------ 12.01 Farm Operator's Map Co., Supplies _ ..... -. ----------- 18.00 Koch Bros., Supplies --------- 4.97 B-ncroft Register, Subscription 2.50 Bang's Eradication Fund *Dr D. J. Shov, Inspection ____ 70.50 Rol>ert Black. Indemnity _____ 25.00 F.trrer Gray, Indemnity .. _______ 37.50 Howard Preston, Indemnity --- 100.00 C L. Puasley, Indemnity ---- 37.50 Vcmon Ricklcfs, Indemnity __. 12.50 T. B. Eradication Fund Bcr G. Studer, Indemnity ------ 375.00 Maintenance Fund Kohlhaas Hdw., Supplies ------- 5.37 Miro-Flex Co, Inc., Parts ---- 32.91 F S. Norton'?. Son, Supplies _ 6.70 Grcrnbcrcj Auto Supplies, Supplies & Parts ---------- 267.43 f-icg-Fort Dodge Co., Parts .- 463.76 Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Parts 350.28 N. W. Pell Telephone Co., Phone Service _________ ---- 37.60 West Iowa Telephone Service, Phone Service ______________ 13.67 Count/ Treasurer (Kossuth) Freight Charges _ ...... ________ 4.60 Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., Electric Service -------- 1.00 Algena Blk. S, Tile Co , Labor & Repairs ________ ' _________ ' 60.00 Armco Drainage & Metal Pro- "• ducts, Steel Pipes & Parts .- 803.05 Paper Calmenson & Co., Parts _ 89.46 Retco-Alloy Co., Supplies ----- 103.42 Standard Oil Co., Fuel ------ 99.16 Cities Service Oil Co., Gas ---- 64.63 Wilhelmi Service, Fuel _________ 80.24 Thompson Yards, Supplies ---- 4.72 Barclay Co., Supplies 202.47 Whittemore Champion, Notices - 4.20 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service 6.95 LuVerne Coop Elevator, Supplies 5.00 Iowa Public Service Co., Electric Service 5.00 Charles Brown, Labor 10.50 Town of West Bend, Electric Service 1.25 ^eflcxite Corp., Supplies 30.88 \\est Iowa Telephone Co., Telephone Service _ 20.40 Williams, Joe P., Labor & Machines 862.75 Sanitary Supply Service, Service 20.28 Concrete Products Corp., Concrete Drainage Tiles 1,628.30 Wclp Oil Co., Paint, Thinner, etc. 859.25 Fullcrron Lumber Co., Lumber 2,441.62 Standard Oil Co., Underground Tank & Pump _. 143.08 Payroll Fund, Maintenance Payroll J 7,209.89 Elmer Dole & Everds Bros., Main!. Proi. 1 & 2 7,671.63 Algona Municipal Utilities, "Utilities 17.42 North Central Public Service, Gas 3.51 Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole, Final M. P. 1 & 2 852.39 Eveids Bros. 8, Elmer Dole, Final M. P. 5 & 9 1,052.35 Pccaut Industrial Supplies Co., Supplies 127.20 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., Supplies 23.91 Titonka Implement Co., Inc., Parts 38.36 Wclp Oil Co., Supplies _. 7.80 Stocber Hdwe. Co., Supplies _. 8.90 Algena Machine Shop, Supplies _ 1.55 Farmers Coop Elev. Co., Supplies 19.86 Ft. Dodge Machine & Supply Co., Parts 91.36 Sioux City Iron Co , Supplies -_ 6.77 Williams Hdwe. Co., Supplies _ 15.61 Art Blockcr, Loading Gravel __ 24.75 Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies _ 43.68 Gamble Store, Supplies 3.17 Heavy Duty Co., Supplies 24.65 Thompson Dist. Co., Parts & '.; .Supplies: 84.65 Arnold Motor Supply, Parts __ 45.55 All-Wheel Drive Co., Parts 597.07 Dukehart-Hughes Tractor f* Equip. Co.', Parts 377 80 Mid West Service Co., Fuel _- 227.01 Mid West Service Co., Fuel _. 92.05 K. 8, H. Coop Oil Co., Fuel _- 127.47 Kossuth Oil Co., Gas 1,242.65 Collins Oil Co., Gas 352.97 Herman M. Brown Service Co., Parts 501.66 P R. Irons, Parts - 8.03 The Thomas Co., Oil & Parts . 1,194.71 Peterson & Jansick Chev., Parts 1.90 61.00 49.75 73.00 60.00 44.75 35.00 42.60 56.00 26.42 40.72 58.50 52.23 . 100.63 67.18 51.08 55.98 10.50 67.72 31.86 148.20 652.50 6.00 3.25 4.00 4.25 4.00 4.25 4.00 Listen To KLGA 1600 ON YOUR DIAL Every Day At 11:59 a.m. For A Message From BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Following Algona News At 11:55 a.m. of cou/w-s/ & Repairs _. .... 5.85 Gambles, Supplies 12.74 Civvies W. Palmer, Labor 50.00 H.<mlieye Machine Co., Parts -_ 26.39 K S. H. Coop Oil Co., Gas 16.95 D.m's Garage, Repairs _, 39.90 H.-.ncock Co. Recorder, W. Deed Foe Soldltr't Relief Fund Dr T. J. Egan, Medical Care „. St Ann Hospital, Medical Care M. G. Bpurne, Medical Care .Serensen Grocery, Food _. H 0. Meyer, Care Lucille Johnson, Care R "vV Harrison Co., Memorial _ Taufersweiler Funeral Home, Furial _.-Paul E. P.irkins, Fuel .Institute Fund Mrs Sarah Lundstrom, Services at Co. Institute !_.....j__ Mis'. Mildred Middleton, Co. Institute Services ... Mrs Fdna Schuler, Co. Institute Services ....- » — ,. . Dr. H.irlan L. Hagman, Co. Institute Services -Dr L. A Van Dyke, Co. Institute Services Mr. Raymond Smalling, Co. Institute Services " Glmda Mabrey, Co. Institute Services .Library Fund Doubleday & Co., Inc., Books ._ IS E. A. Library Service, Books Construction Fund Pf.yroll Fund, Construction Fund Payroll 10,101.44 Chicago & North Western Ry. Co., Calcium Chloride Pellets 990.64 Elincr Dole, Pro). 85 (3) & Sec Rd. Dist. 914 8,490.37 John T. McGuire & Co., Project 5 2,995.20 Everds Bros., Proj. 1141 (3) -_ 16,437.33 Everds Bros., Proj. 178 (2) 24,372.47 John T. McGuire, Proj. 1130 Div. I _ .. 18,484.20 Eveids Bros;, Final Proj. 78 (3) _ 17,943.72 Everds & Elmer Dole, Final Proj. 85 (3) & So. Rd. Dis. 914 .. Fvcrds Bros., Black Topping __ Eveids Bros., Const, on Road "K" Eveids Bros., Black Topping _ Advance Publishing Co., Supplies Everds Bros., Proj. 77 ;~; Eserds Bros., Proj. 79 EveHs Bros. & Elmer Dole, No. 919 Final W Hodgman & Sons Inc., Final Proi. No. 72 (3) 19,642.06 • Eveids Bros., Final Proj. 1138 (4) Eveids Bros. & Elmer Dole, Final Proj. No. 68 (1) Everds Bros. 8. Elmer Dole, Final Sec. Rd. Dis. No. 910 Gilmore & Ramus, Clay Pit E. W. Lindstrom, Work Done On Pits Swaney Oil &' Equip. Co., Calcium Chloride 2,957.22 Ditsworth Const., Construction Fenton Twp. 1,268.25 Hairy L. Cutler, Construction Greenwood Twp. 427.50 James H. Merryman, Equipment, Labor, Tools, etc. Drainage Fund Leonard Schutjer, DD Mo 46-3 Henry Van Den Bosch, DD No. 46-3 Joseph Hadacek, DD No. 46-3 George Schutjcr, DD No. 46-3 _ G. D. Hart, W. K. 68-136 G. D. Hart, Dr. 25 Schram Bros., Dr. 46 P. H. Thompson & Son, Dr. 132 Kossuth County, Dr. 133 Schram Bros., Dr. 166 Main No. 3 -- 2,270.77 270.71 449.33 962.55 Jens M. Sorcnsen, Meetings & Mileage 300.72 Clarence Prlebe, Weed Commission - 287.83 Roy M. Valvlck, Weed Commission - 23.23 Bernard Loo'ft, Weed Commis- siort ..- 20.01 Folkert H. Sleeker, Weed Commission 144.70 Edward G. Looft, Weed Commission ..-- 94.72 Earl L. Paulsen, Labor --- 197.28 E. C. Ohm, Labor 231.61 Urban Neuroth, Labor 262.49 Herbert C. Nellis. Labor 260.59 Roelf E. Miller, Labor --- 247.51 Harvey Merger), Labor ..... 262.71 Ferdinand Meyer, Labor 237.51 Ralph Marfcla, Labor 285.15 Anton Kardoes, Labot* George W. Kockler, Labor A. J. Kollasch, Labor Dale Helmers, Labor — Clarence Hentges. Labor _ Arnold Halnzlnger, Labor .Harry Helmke, Labor 943.37 1,738.38 1,443.53 2,226.50 5.90 '(3)"--- 11,756.64 18,779.10 207.16 9,123.51 672.33 126.90 114.00 82.50 764.00 3.36 61.00 3.36 5.08 76.09 17.50 43597 848.97 263.40 250.59 227.51 261.86 240.50 241.61 250.59 135.37 251.84 240.59 227.51 294.35 241.61 230.59 251.39 250.59 O. E. White, Dr. PAK No. Schram Bros , Dr. 35-39 O. E. White,' Tri. 84 Gcrbcr 8. Buscher, H-K-H Jt. DD. No. 100-131-93 R.-lph H. Wallace, WK 35-39 . Upper Do* Moincs Publishing Co., Dr. PAK No. 1 G. D. Hart, Lat 26 _W. P. Hemphill, Lat. 26 G. D. Hart, Dr. 166 Main 3 -- f S. Norton & Son, Dr. 87 DicK Helmers, Dr. 161 ..F S. Norton & Son, Dr. 87 .. V/m. Giddings, Dr. 87 G. D. Hart, Dr. 69 G. D. Hart, Dr. 58 PAYROLL FUND Joseph V. Hamilton, Court Reporter $ 34.20 R. K. Beck. Parole Officer 102.74 Bernard Looft, Weed Commis• sion Zelba Brown, Matron Co. Farm Walter Geist, 2nd Couple Co. • Farm Joann McBride, Assists Sheriff Georgia Marlow, Assists Treas. sOlfic'e Surnadenc Steven, Labor W. P. Hemphill, Labor IV K. Beck, Parole 'Officer John H. Rode, Meetings .tc Mile .'age ... C. H. Newel, Meetings & Mileage . -• — A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & Mileage 414.10 H. S. Scheppmarin, Meetings & Mileage r 387.68 687.14 70.28 14.83 36.70 1.40 29.60 7.25 39.00 3.80 43.13 23.29 32.75 144.59 249.50 210185 116.44 115.24 86.10 17.05 3518.76 362.63 II- Edward Hammond, Labor W. A. Hedrlck, Labor Jess Halverson, Labor ... Howard O. Esser, Labor Alvin Swing, Labor Frank Delm, Labor E. M. Downs, Labor Wm. Christensen, Labor , Noble L. Crouch, Labor 240.59 Raymond Baade, Labor *- 231.61 Ed Blanchard, Labor 227.51 Dick Baade, Labor - 241.61 Bert Shellmeyer, Labor 245.78 Louis Scheppmann, Labor 141.28 Edward Rlcke, Labor 267.51 Lorn Stockwell. Labor - 269.43 James Walker, Labor --- 293.74 Paul A. Willey. Labor 304.44 George Werlnga, Labor __ 251.61 Charles Thompson, Labor 231.68 Anton Sorensen, Labor & Mileage _ .._ -.'- 37.56 John Schueler, Jr., Labor 262.71 Henry Zweifel, LaborU 298.79 C. E. Zaugg, Labor 263.80 Erich Willrctt, Labor 262.71 Orville Weiland, Labor 251.39 Clifford Holmes, LaTjor 241.61 Michael M. Strelt, Labor & Mileage 177.42 Wm. Rath, Labor & Mileage -- 187,16 L. A. Hackbarth, Labor & Mile^ • • age 263.63 Al Granzow, Labor & Mileage 352.26 Mel B. Griffin, Labor & Mileage . 272.16 Nick Behrends, Labor & Mileage - — 98.15 John Eller, Labor 77.76 Harlan Wlchtendahl, Labor --- 96.04 Richard Reynolds, Labor 82.84 Leslie Wlldin, Labor 20.70 Donald Frlderes, Labor 161.73 Dale Kern, Labor .__-. 78.33 H. M. Smith, Engineer, Co. ... 551.20 Hazel Anllker, Assists Engineer 185.95 Jack Fraser, Assists Engineer . 380.10 Richard Tuttle, Rodman 192.90 James Hoffmann, Rodman 192.90 Albert Schwargenbach, Labor 132.30 W. P. Hemphill, Labor & Mileage 153.80 POOR FUND Algona Electric Co., Parts & Repairs 16.98 Robinson Produce, Feed 80.40 Loren Brown, Labor 220.00 Finns Bakery, Food 63.02 Kossuth Oil Co., Oil 68.78 Slaba Funeral Home, Burial Expense 100.00 Hobarton Coop. Elev. Co., Feed 103.40 P. V. Janse, Medical Visits 37.00 Advance Publishing Co., Subscriptions 5.00 Ernie Williams, Parts 1.00 Goecke Lockers, Butchering & Rent , 12.30 R. E. Morgan, Labor 106.00 Schiltz B. B. Shoe Store, Shoes 19.10 Algona Lockers, Rent --- 24.00 Grace Lee Products, Supplies . 181.65 Algona Flour & Feed Co., Supplies 15.60 Hegarty's Plumbing, Labor & Parts --- 149.13 Winter's Dairy. Dairy Products 198.14 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies Holcomb's Upholstering, Repairs Brown's Dairy, Dairy Products J. C. Ponney's, Clothing N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service Dr. Harold Meyer, Medical R. R. Horton, M. D., Medical Care R. K. Richardson, Medical John Thuente Pharmacy, Medicine — T. J. Egan, M. D., Medical Care Welp Drug, Medicine ' ---.J. G. Clapsaddle, Medical Care M. G. Bourne. M. D., Medical Care « C. H. Cretzmcyer, M. D., Medical Care J. F. Collins, M. D., Medical Care - 155.00 St. Ann Hospital, Hospital Care 780.23 Rusk Drug & Jewelry, Medicine ... - 206.29 fiahne K. B.ihnson, D. O., Care 60.10 John M. Schutter, M. D., Medical Care ,. 392.75 Payroll Fund, Poor Payroll -.- 1055.84 Cresro tight ft Power Co., Electric Service , 122.80 Bahne K. Bahnson, D'. O., Medical Care -. 20.00 Veda Hedrlck, Rent ..-. 10.00 G. R. Cook, Rent -— 26.00 Tltbnfca Locker Plant, Rent 5.00 State of Iowa, Emergency Relict Fund — 135.57 State of Itfwa, Aid to Dependent Children 1664.75 State of Iowa, Aid to Blind ... 95.56 Marvel Immerfall, Mileage 60.62 Koch Bros., Supplies 2.73 Hoods Super Vaiu, Food ..'-... 40.00 German Valley Store, Food ... 24.00 Sorensen Grocery, Food 24.00 Council Oak Store, Food 20.00 Council Oak Store, Food 20.00 Council Odk Store, Food 29.71 Kossuth Oil Co., Fuel 11.70 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies .... 3.20 Emmetsburg Nursing Home, Care 30.00 Delta H. Falvey, Care 100.47 Florence Crlttenton Home, Cafe 126.00 Mrs. Walter Mescher, Care 20.00 Boys' & Girl's Home, Care 45.00 Rev. R. W. Forsman, Transportation L - 12.00 Walter E. Gower, M. D., Medical Care 75.00 Paulson Drug, Medicine 18.45 Paul L. Warner, M. D., A .__ 24.75 F. J. Lonergan Drue. Medicine JMfl Cook's Drug Store, Medicine .. 69,61 Robert W. Lee, M. D., Medical Care „-,- 25.00 Park Hospital, Hospital Care .. 7.42 University Hospitals, Hospital Care 17.75 Clear Lake Medical Group, Hospital Care , 20.00 P. V. Janse, Medical Care 18.00 F. X. Cretzmeyer, Medical Care 44.00 Larson Drug, Medicine 21.31 Holy Family Hospital. Hospital Care .._ - 170.65 Beryl F. Mlchaelson, Medical Care 70.00 On motion adjournment was taken until October 12, 1956. H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS Special September Session 1956 THIRTY-FIFTH DAY October 12, 1956 The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, met pursuant to adjournment in special session. Those present were H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman in the Chair, and members A. M. Kollasch, C. H. Newel, John H. Rode, and Jens M. Sorensen. Absent: none. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that taxes on Lot 5-6 Blk 29 Richmond's Add to Swea City be abated—owned by Iowa Social Welfare Board. Ayes: All. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode that Betty 12.40 11.45 50.88 49.18 19.10 186.00 87.25 106.00 83.65 32.50 26.73 88.75 94.25 VISIT NEW GIFT DEPT Just Arrived The finest line of gift ware you'll find anyplace has just arrived at Cowan's and is making its first appearance this week. An entirely new department has been set up in the front of our store. We invite you to drop in and look over the selection. A varied assortment of glass and china ware, wall plaques, serving set and other related items will be found here. And, we would like to make special mention of our exquisite line of figurines, produced in Japan, an actual picture is shown at the left. An Exquisite Gift Line That's Well Within Your Budget See Our Selection of Willcrd MIRRORS with metallic copper sprayed back. Polished Plate glass with beveled edges. Six sizes from 18" x 26" io 36" x 48". Priced from $13.50 'The Mirror The Test That Stands of Time" Rag Carpets The Most Beautiful Rag Broadloom Carpets In The World I Choice quality woolens interwoven with heavy warp — All sizes and shapes, fringed edges or bound. From smdll throw rugs to room size. Made-to-order or choose from our stock. COWAN BLDG. SUPPLY Carlson bo nppoitHPtl n«wty In Itor's office effective at once Ayes. Meonded by C. H. NeWel thai.road }n LuVern* be abandoned. Ayes: nil. Navs: none. Motion carried .„.,„,. On motion adjournment was takert until the first dnV of November. 1958. until the jfirst °n^ eppmnnll| chairman Board of Supervisors Marc Moore, Co, Auditor MOTOR REPAIRS Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone 170 Algona, la. PHONE 275 ALGONA Those Little Old 'WORK GLOVES' Went To Town! Following the Algona observance of annual "Oil Progress Week", held in October, local oil dealers began getting requests for information on their unique "Work Gloves" promotion, an idea concocted by the local dealers themselves. A full outline of the Algona "Work Glove" idea was asked for by the Oil Industry Information Committee, of New York City, and has been placed on file there. rfOW COMES FURTHER RECOGNITION For Algona Oil Dealers — The November issue of the "Heart of America OIIC News", published for Missouri, Iowa, and Nebraska, has a major article as follows: "Well-laid plans paid off with unique and spectacular events as this three-state district observed its most interesting — and biggest Oil Progress Week in history." "Noteworthy was the spread of the plan to provide oil-industry sponsored college scholarships, as* started in Omaha. Also community leader meetings, with audiences up to 600 in both St. Louis and Kansas City, were very much in evidence. In the Nebraska producing area, activity for Oil Progress Week was at a new high, with reports coming in showing this to have been the best OPW year yet." "Perhaps the most interesting new idea was created in Algona, Iowa, built around the theme that "Oil Works For You." Some 400 work gloves were wrapped with a label publicizing OPW with this message: "Your Algona Oil Dealers are using this 'Work Glove' idea to call your attention to our annual observance of OIL PROGRESS WEEK. We are happy to serve you at all times — day and night — with the best petroleum products available . . . and we sincerely hope you'H like our service . . . and YOUR FREE PAIR OF OIL PROGRESS WEEK WORK GLOVES!" "All the right hand gloves were placed in Algona business establishments. The public was invited to pick up the mate, free of charge, at any Algona service station." Algona Oil Dealers Who Participated In This Local Project Of National Recognition Were: Jerry Ferris, Sinclair Bulk Wagon Hilton's Sinclair Service R. R. Hulzell, Cities Service Bulk Wagner's Cities Service Station Wallburg's Texaco Service Peters Texaco Service Viking Oil Co. Schuliz Bros. Frankl's Phillips 66 Frankl's DX Service Ed's DX Service Hopkins Standard Super Service Scobba's Skelly Service Parkins Skelly Oil Bulk Slruecker's Conoco Service Cy Ventiecher — Conoco Bulk Midwest Service Co. Chrome Service Station Kossuth Oil Co. Ky's Champlin Super Service Chet Cook's Standard Service '*«»»;> 5

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