The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 7
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Prow Lilt Pftgt) CLERK - Elizabeth Galbraith, Deputy. the following requests were approved for depositories of funds In the designated banks. AUtfltOR * Security State Sank ($2,000). SHERIFF - Security State Sank. CLERK OF COURT - Security State Bank & Iowa state Bank ($10,000 limit In each bank). RECORDER - Security State feank ($22,000); Iowa State Bank ($10,000). TREASURER - lowa state Sink, Algona, $850,000 ;Se6urity State, Algona, $1,000.00; Farmers & traders Savings, Bancroft, $200,000; Burt Savings, Burt, $200,000; Farmers Trust and Savings, Lakota, $150,000; SWea City State, Swea City, $200,000; Lone Rock Bank, Lone Rock, $150,000; Farmers State, Whlttemore, $150,000; State Bank of Ledyard, $200,000; 1ST trust & Savings, Fenton, $160,000; Titonka Savings Bank, Titonka, $200,000; Exchange State Bank, Wesley, $150,000. Motion by McDonald, and seconded by Newbrough that the Advance, Upper Des Moines, and Bancroft Register be approved as. the County Official Papers for 1966. Ayes: All. Nays : None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Plathe that Leonard Warner be appointed 1st Janitor at the Courthouse and Walter Woods be the Assistant at $385 for Woods per month and $420 per month for Warner. Ayes: Ail. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that Wm. and Nora Burnett be appointed 1st Couple and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Warwick be appointed 2nd Couple at the County Farm. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that Harold Swanson , Armstrong, be appointed to the Kossuth Co. Conservation Board for a five year term beginning Jan. 1, 1966. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that Dr. Snyder, Swea City, be appointed County Medical Examiner for the year 1966. Ayes : All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and sec• onded by Newbrough that the Kossuth County Bee Assoc. be allowed $300 for bee inspection. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion ui carried*" Ui>n^ ^..-jjnv ,iiu ;>u '-"••" Motion'by Newbrough and sec- onded by Kollasch that the fourth quarterly reports be approved for the Auditor, Clerk, Recorder and Sheriff. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that January 5th, 1966 be set for the County Home inventory. Ayes: All, Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and Seconded by Newbrough that claim against the estate of IrwlnAltlzer for $642.38 be settled for $176.63. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that the fourth quarterly reports of Delia Welter, (J. P.); N, J. Nemmers (J. P.); and Milton Norton, (J, P.), be approved. Ayes: All. Nays! none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that the 1965 report for the Co. Agriculture Extension Education be approved. Ayes! All. Nays: None. Motion carried, Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Plathe that the Kossuth County Conservation Report be approved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Plathe that Reinald P, Salz be allowed aClass "B" beer permit refund in amount of $75. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Plathe that Joyce Hayden, Co. Nurse, be appointed for the year 1966 and the raise by the state approved. Ayes:All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Plathe that Garry McDonald be appointed to the Mental Health Board. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by McDonald that application for discharge of John A. Kramersmeier in the guardianship of Wm. Kramersmeier be approved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion .carried. On motion adjournment was taken until January 5, 1966. ATTEST : Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor; John H. Rode, Chairman, BoardofSuper- visors. BOARD PROCEEDINGS SECOND DAY JAN. 5, 1966 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment for the purpose of inventory of the County Home. Those present were John Rode, Chairman, and A. M. Kollasch, Garry McDonald, Lawrence Newbrough and Charles, Plathe. , -tJMiV ISCi JUUU'J. ,O .ii .Absent :. INVENTORY OF'KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM TAKEN JANUARY 5, 1966 HOGS 7 99 CATTLE 2 37 9 15 8 16 1 POULTRY 300 Butcher Pigs Fall Pigs Steers Dairy Cattle Heifers 2-Year Heifers 1-Year Yearling Steers Calves. Bull (old) Laying Hens 100.00. 23.50 . . 700.00 2.326.50 3,026.50 HAY, GRAIN & FEED 550 Bu. Corn 2500 Bu. Oats 200 Bu. Ground Feed 175 Ton Ensilage 4000 Bales Hay 2200 Bu. Shelled Corn 250.00. 500.00 200.00. 7,400.00 200.00 1,800.00 100.00 1,500.00 125.00 1,000.00 40.00 640.00 200.00 200.00 13,040.00 .75 225.00 1.00 5,500.00 .75. 1,875.00 1.00 200.00 10.00. 1,750.00 .55 2,200.00 1.00 2.200.00 13,725.00 MACHINERY 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Int. Plow (3-16" Bottoms) 325.00 Cultivator. . 115.00 4-Row Plow 400.00 2-Row Plow 50,00 IHC 460 3,000,00 4-Row Planter. 400.00 Electric Drills , 40.00 Farmall H 850.00 1964 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup..... 1,500.00 Baler 1,300.00 Three-Bottom Plows 50.00 Threshing Machine & Drive Belt. 150.00 Potato Digger 50.00 Side Rate 125.00 Endgale Seeder 125.00 Spring Tooth Harrow 50.00 Manure Spreader. ..,,,,.., 575,00 Farm & True! Wagon Bows, 200.00 Wagons 150.00 Discs SOO-W Plow (J. D, £-Bc4twv. U"> 400.00 Fanning Mill ,,>,.. Ct Wfc K $*tt f t v -$\V\y>. 4 Small Feeders 20.00 2 Electric Waterers 25.00 1 Loader 400.00 1 Lundell Chopper 1,000.00 1 A. C. (W.D. 45) Tractor 1,300.00 1 Wagon Box. 17.00 Other shop equipment & hand tools: Grindstone, 2 ladders, 1 wheelbarrow. Spades, Wire Cutters, Stretchers, Scoop Shovels, Dirt Shovels, LogChains, Forks, Metal Baskets, Axes, Cross-cut Buck & Hand Saws, Scythes, six 12-qt. Palls, Hog troughs, Scald- Ing Kettle, Picks, Corn Knives, Crow Bars, Hammers, Pipe Wrenches, Pinchers, Brace & Bits, Belting, Two Lawnmowers, Gas pump and tank. . 300.00 19,084.00 MISCELLANEOUS 1 Transformer & Elec. Wiring to House. ... 2,000.00 1 Water System 2,500.00 1 Fruit Cave 850.00 1 Cresco Light & Power Share 425.00 1 Emergency Dynamo Power Plant 775.00 1 Water Pump for Furnace 1,956.40 10 Heat Lamps 10.00 1 Soft Water Unit 1.160.00 9,676,40 LAND & BUILDINGS County Farm (240 Acres @ $300.00) 72,000.00 Silo 1,600.00 Brick House 43,500.00 Barn 5,000.00 Double CorncrJb & Granary 5,000.00 Hog House 1,600.00 Hen House 575.00 Cattle Shed 150.00 Straw Shed "75.00 Machine Shed 250.00 Garage 350.00 Two Steel Bins 185.00 Two Brooder Houses 200.00 Two Portable Hog Houses 650.00 One Feed House 150.00 Milk House 2.100.00 133,385.00 KITCHEN UTENSILS & EQUIPMENT 2 Coffee Pots 5.00 3 Elec. Coffee Pots 45.00 9 Water Pitchers 3.60 4 Iron Frying Pans 13.00 1 Kitchen Bench. 3.00 1 Step Stool LOO 1 Metal Frying Pan 1.00 5 Butcher Knives 3.00 8 Stainless Steel Dippers 88.00 9 Large Spoons 18.00 1 Kitchen Stove 100.00 2 Long Iron Roasters 4.00 4 Roasting Pans (1 Stainless Steel @ 10.00) • • 18.00 1 Butcher Steel -50 6 Muffin Tins l.»5 2 - Double Boilers 2.50 10 Pie Tins 10.00 6 Dust Pans 3.00 4 Tube Pans 3.00 9 Aluminum Cake Pans. . 3.50 4 Round Cake Pans . 2.00 ? Dish Fans (Aluminum) 14.00 Stainless Util. Cart 15.00 4 Ironing Boards & Covers 20.00 4 20-Qt. Kettles 4.00 3 6-Qt. Kettles . 1.00 2 6-Qt. Kettles 1.00 2 Refrigerators 275.00 u; «,2 Stainless .MiifcjBowls. ." . .'. . I !.i..,...,.,.,.(.,.,'(..5.00, 1 Elec. Mixer & Attachments , 30.00 8 Paring Knives 4.00 1 Egg Beater 2.00 1 Potato Masher 2.00 2 Irons , 15.00 I Can Opener 15.00 4 Stainless Milk Pitchers 12.00 1 12-Qt. Pall 2.50 1 Automatic Washer 200.00 5 Rinse Tubs 10.00 1 Washing Machine 130.00 1 Laundry Extractor 900.00 1 Mangle 15.00 1 Deep Freeze " 150.00 1 Klrby Cleaner 150.00 1 Eight-Slice Toaster 60.00 1 Base Cabinet wlthSink 125.00 1 Pressure Cooker 27.00 1 Base Steel Cabinet 53.00 8 Pair Drapes @ $3.00 24.00 2,596.55 DINING ROOM EQUIPMENT 9 Pr. Drapes @ $3.00 27.00 13 Tables. 120.00 44 Chairs 44.00 41 Plastic Juice Glasses. . 4.10 49 Plastic Tumblers 4.90 11 Salt & Pepper Shakers 1.10 46 Soup or Cereal Bowls 23.00 34 Other Deep Bowls 3.40 14 Sugar Bowls 1.40 1 Piano 10.00 2 Cream Pitchers . .50 48 Plastic Sauce Dishes 4.80 40 Tablespoons. . 4.00 48 Stainless Steel Forks 5.50 48 Stainless Steel Knives 8.50 48 Stainless Steel Teaspoons 10.00 12 Stainless Steel Tablespoons 6.00 150 Plastic Plates, Cups & Sauce Dishes 125.00 1 Buffet. 5.00 11 Metal Glasses 3.00 10 Syrup Pitchers 25.00 11 Plastic Table Cloths , 16.50 452.70 STAFF DINING ROOM 2 Pr. Drapes 8.00 1 Table 5.00 1 Buffet 10.00 II Chairs 11.00 1 Set Dishes for 12 30,00 1 Set Silverware for eight 4.80 68.80 WARD ROOM EQUIPMENT t HospUal Beds 200.00 4S Beds 630.00 C, Waitresses 470.00 5J Pillows, 36.40 <?« Pillowcases. 37.00 S5 Wool Blankets. 60.00 56.00 164.00 SUft. •'*!} 25 '°° 112.75 5.00 1-00 20.00 1 3 9 4 50 2 23 3 1 1 39 2 1 15 Sewing Machine Bed Pans Rubber Sheets T. V.'s Washcloths Davenports & Chair Sets. Hand Towels Table Lamps End Table Dressing Table & Chair. Chairs , Reading Tables Shampoo Bowl A Chair... Chests • STEWARD OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1 Wooden Desk 1 Swivel Chair 2 Steel File Cabinets. 50.00 15.00 50.00 115.00 Thursday, Feb. 24, 1966 Algena (la.) Upper D« Main**-? _ . . T _ . .- ..... - -- . . ..... • • ...... "'-• 4 uans Cherries. ..... . .............. 3.66 5 Cans Pears ....................... *50 1 Case & 1 Can Pineapple. . t ............ 7.97 6 Cans Pork & Beans. . . ............ « • 4.28 8 Cans Plums ......... . ....... • ..... 6 «52 12 Cans of Pie Filling ................. . H-52 6 Jars Catsup ....................... 3.27 3 Cans Hominy ...................... 1-30 9 Cans Spinach ....................... 3 '0° 3 Cans Sauerkraut .................... 2.00 5 Cans Peas .................... ..... 4.60 6 Cans Green Beans ................... 5.46 35 Lbs. Beans ....................... 3.78 22 Boxes Corn Starch .................. 3.30 100 Lbs. Beet Sugar ..................... MISCELLANEOUS APARTMENT EQUIPMENT 3 Double Beds & Mattresses. 1 Dresser 1 Chair 1 Studio Couch 2 Single Beds 2 Rockers EMERGENCY RELIEF HOME 2 1/2 Acres of Land. 750.00 PROVISIONS 100 40 200 10 8 5 3 29 15 1 1/2 2 5 19 3 10 2 #506 2 1 1 5 92 24 3 10 2 1 Bu. Potatoes 200.00 Chickens @ .70 28.00 Lbs. Meat 150.00 Jars Instant Coffee 12.05 Jars Mustard 75 Gals. Syrup 5.30 Lg. Cans Tuna 6.33 Cans Sardines 7.54 Sm. Cans Tuna. 4.15 Cases Salt. G.91 #30 Tins of Ole 13.48 Boxes of Ginger Bread 1.60 Cans of Mixed Vegetables 1-1,25 Cans Creamed Corn 2.53 Boxes Soda. 3.80 Cases Jello 34.08 Frozen Vegetables & Fruit 253.00 Boxes Graham Crackers. . 1.20 Case Soda Crackers 6.20 Case Corn Flakes 8.24 Boxes Quaker Oats 1.06 Boxes Cereal Varieties 26.03 Boxes Cake Mix & 3 Cans 8.67 Cans Sweet Potatoes 3.13 Cans Cocktail Fruit 13.48 Cans Peaches 12.44 Case Apricots 6.10 4 6 12 6 If) C 4 16 1 20 1 13 8 1/8 1 2 1/2 Push Brooms 16.00 Dust Mops 5.00 Brooms 18.00 Scrub Mops 6 >°° Steel Cupboards 22.00 Gal. Was 29.00 5-GaI. Cans Dish Soap . 64.00 Boxes Blueing • • • 6 - 6 l Barrel Disinfectant *. . 25.00 Cans AJax 3.20 Case Dial Soap 14.59 Boxes Borax. • • 8.81 Gals. Bleach 4 - 4 0 Barrel Washing Powder 2.50 Case Bowl Cleaner 8,19 Scrub Palls 20.00 '254.30 1906- -GRAND TOTAL OF INVENTORY---$200,4G9.04 On motion adjournment was taken until January 18, 1966. ATTEST : Marc Moore, Co. Auditor John Rode, Chairman, Board of Supervisors BOARD PROCEEDINGS THIRD DAY JANUARY 18, 1966 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION Board of Supervisors 'met pursuant to adjournment. Present were John Rode, Chairman, and Garry McDonald, Lawrence Newbrough, A. M. Kollasch and Charles Plathe. Absent: None. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Kollasch that salary raises of County officials and deputies be fixed as per schedules of Chapter 307, House File 349. Ayes: All. Nays; None. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by McDonald that the Auditor be authorized to appoint two appraisers to work with Engineer Marvin Kruse in order to assess damages on drain 4, Lat. 24-33. Ayes : All. Nays : None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until February 1, 1966. ATTEST : Marc Moore, Co. Auditor John Rode, Chairman, Board of Supervisors You can dry anything, anytime, in a new all-weather gas clothes dryer. Clothes dried In a gas dryer smell good always. Makes owning a gas dryer like and fresh and sweet. Like outdoors. That's owning your own supply of nice spring because a gas clothes dryer has the clean days. See your local gas company blue flame. It keeps the inside of the Gas makes the big dif- dryer fresh, clean, and moisture-free ference. (Costs less, too.) 5.00 S 0 ' 00 19.00 5.00 See our NORGE Clothes Dryers today! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY 5-2484 "Complete UP & Natural G« Service"

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