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Hair Trouble For Millions OfWome By WARD (JANNEL • NEA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK - (NEA) - The whole trouble with eavesdropping is that nothing is what you thought it was. Like this middle- aged gent at the coffee counter confiding to his friend in a heavy Russian accent: "Socialized hair is inevitable." Well, it turns out he's not a spy and like that. Instead, he's a respectable hair stylist named Bernard Guro with a big following of fashionable ladies, and in a rather surprised tone he explained: "What I rfaid was if America ever turns to socialized medicine, socialized hair is inevitable." That, of course, made it crystal clear sort of. Psychological "Listen," Guro said testily, "I don't know who you are, but do you know how many women have a real psychological problem with baldness and thin hair?" The answer, according to one of the world's leading hair - Diece companies, is between three and four million women who have a serious hair problem, and another 10,000,000 border line women who must use clever hair styles to cover up otherw'sp-visible scalp. The firm with these statistics is the 125-year-old loseph Fleischer, Inc., whose fourth generation hair heir, Paul Fleischer, said: "There's nothing funny about it. Women with severe hair problems are often shamed into becoming recluses Once in a while we even hear about a suicide case directly traceable- to baldness." While science has not yet. been able to link baldness directly with controllable factors, Fleischer said, heridity, advancing age and tension all play a part. Certain illnesses, too, take their roll in hair. On the other hand, he said, many women have a normal number of hairs — about 150,000—but the diameter of each may'be very small, giving the appearance of baldness. "After all," Fleischer said, "thick, lustrous hair is an important part of giving a woman a sense of beauty. You never see thin-haired movie stars, because if they're thin-haired,' they wear necessity hair pieces." Fleischer 's firm makes five kinds of problem pieces: regular; three kinds of deluxe; and a "masterpiece." A woman can spend from $50 to well over $200 —depending on the quality of hair, kind of hairline, type of workmanship in the piece The best quality of hair, according to experts in - the industry, comes from the Piedmonte section of Italy where the Teutonic and Latin strains have joined in a suitable climate to produce good textured hair with a uniform color from root to tip. Yearly Trip Fleischer, for example, makes a yearly trip to the Piedmonte to buy hair. "They know I'll come and so they wait for me." "They" are either peasants whose hair grows at the rate of six inches per year, or novitates whose hair is shorn as they enter convents. ' "But. each year," Fleischer said, "I come back with less and less. The Piedmonte girls have learned that short, bobbed hair is fashionable. And where did they learn it? From American soldiers." Along with the decrease in quayty hair, there has been a decrease in the number of hair-piece makers who, according to Fleischer, are not being replaced by young people. "And at the same time," he said, "there is an increasing demand for our work as world tensions make more and more women bald, and veteran's benefits and medical plans allow more and more people to buy necessity hair pieces, "You know," Fleischer said, "if America ever turns to socialized medicine, the whole hair industry will * probably have to be socialized. We're as important to good health as the people who make eyeglasses." THE BEST quality hair comes from the Piedmonte in Italy. Ronald JBettin Scheduled for Service in Korea (Time* Herald Newt Service) WALL LAKE — Ronald Bettin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bettin, who has been -tationed in Arkansas, will go to Korea from Seattle, Wash., July 20. Mrs. Emma Orcutt of Denver, Colo., was a guest in the Marcus Lange home from Monday until Thursday. Mrs. Orville Erickson and Miriam and Mrs. Melvin Bahr, Helen and Julie, took Kathy Erickson and Kathy Weiss to Okoboji Sunday, where they attended Walther League Camp for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cave and son, Douglas, of Des Moines, Mrs. Tressa Carpenter and Mrs. Bob Buckley of Ogden caljed in the Charles Langfritz home Monday. They came to attend the wedding ot Lois Anne Blum' and James Cave Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gerd B. Gerdes spent, the weekend in the Rionold Gerdes home at Aplington. Stanley Gerdes returned home with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stock and family spent Sunday in the Vernis Phillips' home at Mapleton and helped Gloria celebrate her birthday. Sunday guests in the Leo Downey home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Downey and family of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downey and family of St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunn and family. Martin Bielema suffered a heart attack at his home Saturday night and was taken to the Loring Hospital at Sac City, where he is getting along as well as can be expected. Marcus Lange was taken to the Carroll hospital Friday night for observation and treatment. Mrs. Katherine Kerrigan and daughter, Anna, of Des Moines called in the Leo Downey home Sunday. They were en route to Sioux City to attend the funeral of Mrs. Dell Creighton, mother of Mrs. Kerrigan's son-in-law, Stanley Creighton, which was held Monday morning. Mrs. Emma Swanson entertained the Tuesday Club and Mrs. R. L. Goodenow at a dessert- luncheon Tuesday at the Frozen Frontier in Lake View. Prizes were won by Mrs. Charles Langfritz, Mrs. Swanson and Mrs. Anna Tjaden. Prenuptial Party For Lois Anne Blum (Time* Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW - Mrs. R. L. Goodenow and Mrs. M. G. Mackey entertained members of ^ t h e Lucky Thirteen and Contract Clubs and a few other guests at a 1:30 luncheon and miscellaneous shower at the Frozen Frontier in Lake View Saturday as a prenuptial courtesy for Lois Anne Blum. The centerpiece of the table was a bouquet of white and lavender flowers arranged by Mrs. L. G. Ballard with orchid colored candles, at each end. The afternoon was spent playing court whist, with prizes going to Mrs. Emma Swanson, who gave her gifts to the honored guest, and Miss Blum. Mr. and Mrs, John Rivers and daughter, Diane, returned to Rock Island, 111., after spending 10 days in the August Quistortf home. The blue whale, largest mammal known to man, weighs 136,000,000 times as much as the smallest mammal, the pygmy shrew. Forty Reol Government Of Russians By TOM WHITNEY AP Foreign News Analyst One Important thing to understand about Soviet politics is that the Communist party is the real government of the country — and the nominal government merely a subordinate arm of the party. That's why Nikita Khrushchev, the first secretary of the Central Committee of the party, is head man and Nikolai Bulganin, the Premier, his underling. For Westerners, the position of the Communist party in the Soviet Union is not easy to grasp — because though it calls itself a political party it is in fact a machine for maintaining an absolute dictatorship. It's the real seat of power in the U.S.S.R. and, though it permits a government executive apparatus to exist alongside its own executive apparatus, it runs the whole show. Guides All Activity Even a Soviet chess club or group of radio amateurs operates only under party guidance exercised through one or another of its arms of authority. The executive arm of the Soviet Communist party is known as the Secretariat of the Central Committee. Its chief executive is the first secretary — Khrushchev at the present time. It operates the organization known as the "Apparatus of the Central Committee" which has vast numbers of officials who, though they are little in the limelight, are among the most powerful men of the nation. The secretariat gives the orders to the party chiefs in the Soviet provinces who are in fact governors, each responsible for virtually everything that goes on in his territory, including all local governs ment activity. The policy formation organ and legislature of the party is known as the Central Committee. This consists of 133 full members and 122 alternate or candidate members. In Stalin's time this was a rubber stamp body. Nowadays it ! has actual vital importance as | what amounts to a party legisla- I ture, convened at least twice e"ach ; year to adopt policy decisions on ! the most important matters such as the recent ouster of Molotov, Malenkov, Kaganovich and Dmitri Shepilov. Heated debates take ; place in it. ! The Presidium of the Central i Committee is a smaller committee of the Central Committee, consist- j ing presently of 15 full members and 9 alternates. It was once call| ed the Politburo (policy bureau*. ! It is often referred to as the "ruling body of the Soviet Union." There is some measure of truth in this. Actually, however, both the Secretariat and the Central Committee as a whole carry as much weight and sometimes more. The government executive apparatus parallels the party executive apparatus bu,t at all steps is inferior to it. It is headed by the Premier (Bulganin), the chairman of the Council of Ministers. Under him is the Presidium of the Coun* til of Ministers. The Council of Ministers can promulgate decrees. But important decrees are usually issued jointly in the name of the Council of Ministers and Central Committee of the party, which means that in fact the Presidium of the Central Committee has passed them and the Presidium of the Council of Ministers, consisting almost entirely of members of the Central Committee Presidium, has rubber stamped them. In all this the Soviet Legislature, the Supreme Soviet — officially under terms of the constitution the highest organ in the land — plays an insignificant role. Its Presidium rubber stamps laws and appointments sent to it by the party Presidium. Its chairman, Marshal Voro- shilov, nominally Soviet president, spends his time hanging - medals and decorations on the recipients. Army Least Dominated In this picture of Soviet government the army and the police occupy special positions. The armed forces including the army are subordinate to the minister of defense, currently Marshal Zhukov, who is a member of the Council of Ministers and also a full member of the Presidium of the Central TlntM Herald, Carroll, lews Saturday, July 20, 1957 Lots Time Left For Next Career CHARLESTON, S. C. (AP)A local newspaper publisher retired this summer after spending half his life in various phases of the newspaper business. H i s retirement coincided with his graduation from St. Andrews High School. The young former publisher Is 17-year-old Jimmy McElveen, enterprising editor-publisher, photographer, reporter and advertising director of the West Ashley News for the past six years. The neighborhood paper had 500 subscribers at the time of its last edition. Jimmy's newspaper experience goes even further back than six years. He put out his first paper when he was in the third grade. Upon graduation, Jimmy went to work for the Charleston Evening Post. Next fall he will enter Furman University. The university doesn't offer a degree in journalism, so his major subject will be English. His minor? Journalism, of course. Committee. The army is more free of direct party domination than almost any other organization in the country. It also has all the weapons in the country. This means that in a time of crisis the army could — if its leaders, particularly Marshal Zhukov, deemed it necessary — act independently of the party. This makes it a powerful political force & — potentially. The police under Stalin was kept generally free of party domination. Stalin used it as a personal weapon. Now, however, the police, though nominally subject to the government apparatus, in fact takes its directions from the secretariat of the party. The police, however, has lost much of the former power it possessed under executed Lavrenty Beria. Wilson Accepts Service Rivalry as Fact of Life WASHINGTON" l#i—Secretary of 1 Defense Wilson Friday accepted rivalry among, the armed forces as "a fact of life." He told the services they can air their disputes as long as they protect security and behave like members of a team. "I do not think it possible, through issuance of a directive, to legislate good judgment," the Pentagon boss said. Wilson's comments were contained in a publication which he said completed Pentagon action on recommendations of a committee which studied the whole range of defense information and military security. The major part of the final action consisted of cancellation of several dozen earlier directives and instructions having to do with security and in lumping them together in one master directive. •Wilson adopted a. recommendation by the security committee to take "vigorous measures" against leakage of secrets through private industry doing rnjlitary business. Wilson also agreed with a committee recommendation which urged the Pentagon to "cease to do the impossible and stop classifying information which cannot be held secret." In that area he gave his assistant secretary for public affairs authority to modify or reclassify outright information about weapons that have already been exposed to public view. Earl North Buys Elevator and Grain Company at Westside (Time* Herald New* Service) VAIL - Earl North of Vail has purchased the D. E. Benton Co. Elevator and Grain Co. at Westside. It will be operated in conjunction with the Tracy North Elevator in Vail. Lettuce first was grown in Asia several thousand years ago. It was served to the kings of Persia 500 years before Christ. "Donl forge* 4 M otiwrsl You ear* giv* ALL ttw food to that 4H coK V Off kill Proceedings of County Government REACH AGREEMENT . . . Sen, Richard Rus. tell <D>Gfk> (left) leader of the Southern-bloo It shown at he met with Senate leader*, Lyndon Johnson (D-Te«) (center) and William Knowland (ArCalU) at the Senate in Washington. They reached an agreement to permit a showdown vote "the middle of next week" in the first round of the Senate battle over Civil Rights. (NBA Telephote) Group of Eight From Scronton on Outing at Okoboji (Times Herald New* Service) SCRANTON- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reinhart left Tuesday for Lake Okoboji on a fishing trip. Others in the party are, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kious, Lulu Henning and Phil Bair. They are expected back the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pleshek went to Mankato, Minn. Saturday and spent Sunday in Nevada at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sills. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clopton and family who have been visiting at the Leo Kepple home, left for their home in Texas Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clopton and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kepple, were guests at a birthday dinner at . the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Waldo on W e d n e s d a y. Chester Waldo's birthday was celebrate^ Mr. and Mrs. Merle Kroesen attended the funeral of Mr. Harvey Sucher in Boone Saturday. Nancy Bair, Pam Pound and Carol Lee Hanna were hostesses at a supper and dancing party at the Dwight Bair home Tuesday evening. Seventeen boy and girls were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Legore and children spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet in Austin, Minn. Rene Poyzer is spending a few days with Karen Carlson in Ocheyedan. E. A. Starling, father of Mrs. AlanPdUnd, left St. Anthony Hospital and is recuperating at his home in Bayard. Mac Nixon celebrated his sixth birthday July 12, with a party at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Nixon. Twelve little boys and girls were the guests. , Assisting with the games and play we're Melissa Nixon, Donna Hicks and Diane Jongewaard. Ice cream and birthday cake weje served, and each little guest received a favor to take home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cadden and family of Ames, were visitors on Sunday at the Cassius Cadden home. All called on Bert Peterson who is a patient in St, Anthony Hospital. Lee Nidow and Bob, and George Bair 'of Hinsdale, 111., who were returning from a camping trip through the west, spent Friday and Saturday at the Dwight Bair home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Donelson of Cedar Rapids spent Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Lester Donelson. Kurt and Sherry Donelson stayed to spend two weeks with their grandparents. Duane Duff is suffering from a badly cut finger which he caught in a power motor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Carrick attended a class reunion in Bayard Sunday. It was Mr. Carrlck's class of 1943. Mr. and Mrs. MerrittDun- can accompanied them. Mrs. Norman Caskey and children and Mrs. Dorothy Sividge and Denise, spent the weekend in the Norman Linn home in Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Heppel- flnger of ViUlsca spent.the weekend at the Roy Parker home. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Heppel- finger of Perry were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parker, Mrs. Allen Mosier and Miss Le- Noir Rutan attended the funeral of Art Tohlin held in Dayton Tuesday. alty), and that Board of Supervisors Office, Carroll, Iowa July 1, 1957 The Board of Supervisor* of Carroll County, Iowa, met In special session at the Board Office at Carroll, the county seat of said county, on Monday July 1, 1957 at 9:00 A. M. pursuant to law, the rules of said board and to adjournment with all memhers present. The Board of Supervisors on motion passed the following resolutions: RBSOLITTIOX Concurring In Recommended Award of Contracts for FARM TO MARKET ROAD PROJECT NO. S-200 ( 5) Carroll Countv, Iowa WHEREAS the Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, lowa, has considered the bids received by the Iowa State Highway Commission on June 25, 1957, for construction work on grading Project No. S-200(51 Carrol) Countv. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the said Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa, concurs In the Commission's recommendation that contracts for said work be awarded to the low bidders as follows: Grading H. F. Schoeder & Sons, Carroll, Iowa . $13,049.25 Passed and approved this 1st day of July 1957. Board of Supervisors Carroll County By- s/ Chas. A. Neumayer, Chairman Attest: s/ Edward J. Murphy Countv Auditor RESOLUTION Concurring in Recommended Award of Contracts for Federal Aid Secondary Road Project No. S-2408M1 Carroll Countv. Iowa WHEREAS the Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa, has considered the bids received hy the Iowa State Highway Commission on June 25. 1957, for construction work on Federal Aid Secondarv Project No. S-2408(4) Carroll County. NOW THEREFORE BE VT RESOLVED that the said Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa, concurs in the Commission's recommendation that contracts for said work be awarded to the low bidders as follows: Grading H. F. Schroeder A Sons Carroll, Iowa J19.077.64 Passed and approved this 1st day of July 1957. 'Board of Supervisors Carroll County "By s/ Chas. A. Neumayer, Chairman Attest: s/ Edward J. Murphy County Auditor RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED; That the Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa, on this 1st day of Julv 1957, recommends that the following proie'ets be approved bv the State Highway Commission for improvement with Farm to Market Road Funds: Item r.A .S, No. Rout* No. Type or Work and Location of Project 1 425 Asphaltjc Concrete Surfacing i Experimental) from NW cor. of Sw< 4 SW 1 , Sec. 21-83-34 North to NW cor. of SWH SW>4 Sec. 9-83-34 »/ Chas. A. Neumayer Chairman, Board of Supervisors Carroll County. Iowa Certification by County Auditor , I, Edward J. Murphy Auditor in and for Carroll County, lowa do hereby certify the above and foregoing to be a true and exact copy ot a resolution passed and approved by the Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa at Us meeting held on July 1, 1957. s/ Edward J. Murphy County Auditor The Board of Supervisors on motion adjourned until Monday July 8, 1957. Chas. A. Neumayer, Chairman Edward J. Murphy County Auditor The Board of Supervisors Office July 8, 1957 The Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, lowa met In adjourned session at the Board Office In Car- RESOMJTION BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors or Carroll County, lowa In regular meeting assembled on July 8. 1957 as follows: WHEREAS H. W. Prill of Glldden, Iowa, Is Indebted to Carroll County, Iowa, for personal taxes for the vears 1953 and 1954 In the total amount (including Interest and penaltv) of J575.47, now WHEREAS said personal taxes are not a lien upon any real estate and are delinquent to one or more years, and WHEREAS the best Interests of Carroll County, Iowa will be served bv a compromise of such taxes under the provisions of Section 445.19 and the 1954 Code of Iowa. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that said taxes be compromised at the sum of S430.92 (said amount being the principal amount of such taxes less Interest and pen of upon pavment such amount by the said H. W. Prill be made In four equal Installments to the Carroll County Treasurer, each payment being $107.73 commencing September 1, 1957 and ending December 1. 1957, said personal property taxes for the years above set forth shall be deemed to have been fully paid. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copv of this Resolution be certified to the County Treasurer of Carroll County. Iowa as her authority to accept said amount In lieu or the amount shown on her tax books. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF CARROLL COUNTY, IOWA By s/ Chas. A. Neumayer Chairman of the Board of Supervisors ATTEST: s/ Edward J. Murphy County Auditor On motion the Board of Supervisors proceeded to audit and allow the following claims and authorized the County Auditor to Issue warrants for same: Ed Grifin, hauling paper. etc . . $ B. G. Tranter, Postmaster, 2.00 postage. Auditor's office Ed Griffin, hauling paper, etc., from courthouse and Jail Richard Schleffer, removal of fallen limbs from courthouse square B. G. Tranter, Postmaster, postage, Treasurer office John Tlgges, comm. work, sessions and mileage Chas. A. Neumayer, comm. work, sessions and mileage - I Henfv A. Stork, comm. work, sessions and mileage Art Hlnners, comm. work, sessions and mileage . . A. J. Daeges, comm. work, sessions' and mileage Herald Publishing Co., publish board proceedings .. .... Monitor Publishing Co., publish board proceedings 384.06: publish notices 18.30 402.36 Glldden Graphic, publish board proceedings 170.64 Carroll Water Department, courthouse maint., water and sewer rental 33.35 lowa Public Service, electric 9.00 20.00 12.00 15.00 157.53 126.98 140.77 158.33 160.85 109.95 Est. Cost 20,000 Length 2 ml. roll, the county seat of said county, on Monday, July 8, 1957 at 9:00 A. M. pursuant to law, the rules of said board and to adjournment with all members present. The Board of Supervisors on motion approved the increase In salary of Earl Hagerty, Bridge Foreman, to $315.00 per month effective July 1, 1957. On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the 2nd Quarterly Report of Edward J. Murphy, County Auditor In the amount of $692.25 and ordered same placed on file. On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the 2nd Quarterly Report of Ernest J. Hermsen, County Recorder In the amount of $1389.10 and ordered same placed on file. On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the 2nd Quarterly Report of Alfred J, Klocke, Clerk of the District Court, In the amount of $10,083,07, and ordered the same placed on file. On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the 2nd Quarterly Report of Alfred R. Thorup, County Sheriff, in the amount, of $287.00 and ordered the same placed on file. The Board of Supervisors on motion approved the monthly report of the Public Health Nurse for June, and ordered* the Auditor to place same on file. The Board of Supervisors on motion approved the application of Dumas V. Dyer to fill the vacancy existing In the office of Constable In and for Carroll Township, Carroll County, Iowa, the appointment effective July 1, 1B57. The Board of Supervisors on motion approved the official Bond of Dumas V. Dyer, as Constable In and for Carroll Township, Carroll County, Iowa. The Board of Supervisors on mo. tlon by Henry Stork and seconded by A. J. Daeges to accept the County Budget as presented by Edward J. Murphy, County Auditor and set the. date of July 29, 1957 at lOiOO A. M. tor the time of the budget hearing.' The Board of Supervisors by Roll Call vote decided in favor of retaining the amount of $5,000 as the County Fair Levy Instead of Increasing It ,to 86,000. The Roll Call vote w*s as follows: Ayes: 3; Nays; 3 The motion carried. , The Beard of Supervisors on motion approved the following resolution; . 119.26 25.78 20.17 2.25 1.65 6.50 service: Jail 7.42: courthouse 83.62; Thorup 28.22 ... Deluxe Cleaners A Launderers, courthouse ma Int.: Towel and laundry serv. 23.03; social welfare 2.75 ... Green Bay Lumber Co., courthouse maint., repairs J, W. Daniel,' courthouse maint., Recorder office repairs Joe P. Frank A Son, Sheriff's residence, repairs _ Herald Publishing Co., office printing. Auditor Coon Rapids Enterprise, office supplies, Auditor 19.50 Stone Printing Co., office supplies: Auditor 7.10: Rec o r d e r 94.60: Treasurer 10.40; Sheriff 1.35 . 113.35 Fldlar A Chambers Co., office suppllps: Recorder 20.02: Treas. 25.28; Recorder 194.21 219.49 Matt Parrott A Sons Co., office supplies: Treasurer 25.28; Recorder 194.21 219.49 Koch Brothers, office supplies: Auditor 3.82: Treasurer 75.59; Recorder 65.52 144.93 Franklin Wernlmont, extra help, Treasurer's office 2.50 Marvin R. Helde. extra help, Treasurer's office 2.50 John Sehaben. > extra help, Treasurer's office - 2.50 Jenktns-Fergemann Co., office supplies, Recorder 288.36 Montgomery Ward A Co., office equipment, Auditor 34.88 The Darcy Co., office equlp- • ment, Auditor 6.95 Heires Electric Co., office equipment. Treasurer 111.80 Monroe Calculating Co. Inc., maint. contract on office equip., Treasurer 52.00 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., telephone services: Treasurer 11.80; Supt. 8.00: Sheriff 25.90: Social Welfare 22.00; Recorder 10.90: Attorney 8.00; Engineer 33.55; Court Room 22.00; Clerk 36.10; Auditor 24.20; Assessor 14.95 217.40 Robert S. Bruner, County Attorney, mileage 7.00; rent 45.00; expenses 1.85 58.85 Caroline Pf lester, county nurse, mileage 33.45 Burrell W. Fisk, assistant weed commissioner - ... 70.68 Dr. A. F. Wltte, June office rent, Social Welfare 65.00 Lucille McCaffrey, Social Welfire custodial services Mrs. Henry Lohman, rental of bin site near Dedham by ASC office State Treasurer, balance of primary road Tund Al Thorup, Sheriff, June board and lodging of prisoners - 11.60 Merlin D. l.ehrkamp. special deputy sheriff, mileage 11.70 Leonard F. Hinze, Deputy Sheriff, mileage 88.14 Merlin D, Lehrkamp. serv- Ices as special deputy sheriff ; . Court Expense Fund Al Thorup, Sheriff, serving notice, State of lowa vs. Rebecca Cretslngeiv et al Dumas v.. Dyer, bailiff and court library services West End Cafe, petit Juror, meals Koch Brothers, office supplies, Clerk of Court 9.78 20.00 60.00 158.52 8.30 46.93 13.48 26.33 Stone Printing Co., office supplies. Clerk of Court ..... 87.06 Panama Carbon Company, office supplies, Clerk of Court „. 14.75 Fldlar A Chambers, office supplies, Clerk ot Court 11.64 Recordak Corporation, photocopy supplies, Clerk of Court „._. S1.64 Balk A Son, photocopy sup- piles, Clerk of Court .- 47.52 James R. Morrow, probation officer, mileage and expense 40.89 Poor Fund J. W. Daniel, County Home, repairs .... 10.51 Sundermann Bros., County Home, repairs 8.22 Joe P. Frank A Son, County Home, repairs - ..... 9.43 Iowa Public Service Co., County Home, electric service ....... 104.48 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., telephone services: County * Home 33.20; Relief office 13.40 ... i. 46.60 HAH Co., County Home, provisions 18.96 Belter's Market, County Home, provisions - 92.70 P. F. Petersen Baking Co., County Home, provisions ... 75.13 HAH Co., County Home, provisions 10.61 Farner A Bocken, County Home, provisions 57.00 J. C. Penney Co., County Home, clothing 33.66; household supplies .53 34.19 Rettenmaler Drug Co., County Home, medical aid, drugs ... 10.46 Dr. Paul T. Cawley, M. D., Countv Home, medical aid 84.00 St. Anthony Hospital, County Home, hospital care, Harold Atteberrv 117.18 H e 1 d e r Manufacturing Co., County Home, furniture and fixtures _ — 7.80 Juergens Produce A Feed, Coiinty Home, grain purchased 80.60 Paul Danner, County Home, grain purchased 171.00 Deluxe Cleaners A Launderers, June towel service, County Home 8*5 Olberdtng's Nursery, County Home, spraying and feeding trees 141.00 D-X Sunray Oil Co., County Home, gasoline — 76.20 Panama carbon Co., Relief office, office supplies 3.60 Koch Brothers, Relief office office supplies 35.03 Al Thorup, Sheriff, serving ' Notice or Warning on LaRue Brown and Family 1.70 Herman Ehler, City Marshall, serving notice on Mr. and Mrs. Cary Welfenbach and Family 1.00 Iowa Public Service Co., electric service to Surplus Commodity Room 1.00 Frohllch Super Value, provisions: Donald Smith 30.00; Mrs. Ray Murray 25.00; Vir Bishop 22.00 77.00 Thrifty Food Mkt., provisions, Enid Hunter 20.00 Koessel Food Mkt., provisions, John G. Mau 38.00 Fareway Store, provisions: Henry Rouyer 25.00; Frank J Kurth 20.06 : 45.00 ©uffy's Bootery, clothing, Mallnda Wilson 7.98 Polk County Medical Society, medical aid, Mary Hlnners 15.00 Dr. John R. Morrison, medical aid: Ruth Alspach 5.00; Frank Coover lTOO 33.00 Dr. C. A. Johnson, medical aid: Donald Smith 29.50; Henry Steffensen 15.25 44.75 Dr. C. E. Lierman, medical aid. John G. Mau 15.50 Dr. Leo Kuker„ medical aid, Ira Toms 5.00 Dr. A. W, Carlisle, medical aid, Rllla Mayberry 4,50 Dr. R. B. Morrison, medical aid: Virgil Srhachtner 36.00; Wm. Relcks 125.00: Henry Beisch 16.40; Frank Kurth 31.50; Delia Campbell 11.25 330.15 Dr. L. B. Amlck, medical aid, Mrs. Louis Kokenge - 35.00 Dr. C. A. Fangman, medical aid, Catherine Grubbs 15.38 Dr. C. L. Cochran, medical aid: Edna Davidson 10.00; Rollen Gray 33.00 48.00 Rettenmaler Drug Co.. medical aid: Ben Scnulte 13.75; Raymond S t a n e k 15.45; Rollen Gray 13.19 41.39 McCrary Rosl Hosp., medical aid, Mrs. Mae Davis . 38.54 Carroll Medical Center, medical aid: Mary Relff 33.80; Ida Rltter 34.40: L. M. Van Buren 30.70; William Weber 118.95: Wm. Schultze 8.70; Mallnda Wilson 13.90; Hazel Dlttman 13.50 143.95 Broadiawns Polk Co. Hospital, hospital care, Mary Hlnners _ 45.31 Greene Co. Hospital, hospital care, Ruth Ayres 35.50 St. Anthony Hospital, hospital care: Oscar E. Justice 142.05; William Relcks 240.15; Frank Coover 34.90; Warren Cretslnger 161.65; Joseph Fagan 313.34 891.09 W. A. Willlson, June rent, Raymond Stanek 50.00 C. C. Irish, April rent, John G. Mau 35.00 Rachel Rust, July and August Surplus Commodity rent 70.00 Eleanor Dlnsmore, mileage 32.82 Huffman Funeral Home, ambulance service, Wm. Relcks 3.00 Huffman Funeral Home, ambulance service, Raymond Stouten 62.50 Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to dependent children 1984.48 Dept. of Social Welfare, aid to the blind 308.00 Mrs. Leo Spleker, June nursing home care, Catherine Vans 90.00 Quakerdale Farm, June care' of Leo and Robert Blll- meler .- 80.00 Soldiers Relief Fund McNaught Store, provisions 36.00 McNaught Store, provisions 36.00 Prill's Store, provisions 85,00 Wllke Drug store, medical aid, drugs ..... 6.44 Carroll Medical Center, medt- cal aid 18-80 Dr. Paul Cawley, medical eld ... ll.oo McVay Hospital, hospital . care ...............L. 809.90 Dr. F, A. Stamp, medical aid „ -.- 3.00 St. Anthony Hospital, medl- cal aid and,,hospital care 64.94 St. Anthony Hospital, hoa- pltal care ..™...„. w .... 13.00 Knute Nursing Home, June Nursing home fiare 83.00 Secondary Road Fund. Ronald Henry Sehenkclberg, assistant bridge crew loo.orj Harold Hunter, assistant bridge crew _ 100.40 Albert Lehrter, assistant bridge crew 109.60 John 5 c h u 11 e s7 assistant 95.80 bridge crew Kenneth Goecke, truck operator Donald Joseph Henrich, truck 10000 operator — —_ 100.00 Paul Jerome Polking, truck operator 49.9S 56.55 76.17 5.86 2.93 9.77 Dean Hay den Brlghtwell, truck operator Joseph Bernholtz, assistant surveyor . , Joe F. Heuton, misc. labor Harry Frantz, misc. labor _. Alfred Schroeder, misc. labor Stone Printing Co., office . supplies, Engineer Koch Brothers, Engineer office supplies 2.40; Engineer supplies 30.42 _. Onnen Brothers, taking gravel from Wright pit for resurfacing , 3469.51 Mrs. Clara Wright, gravel taken from pit for resurfacing . 968.67 32.83 W. T. MeClue, dirt and gravel W. T. McClue, concrete mix Carroll Sand A Gravel Co., dirt and sand D - A Lubricant COA Inc., diesel oil . ! Danner Deep Rock Oil Co., diesel oil 62.87 6.38 1S.0T 5L78 ... _ 131.89 D-X Sunray Oil Co., diesel fuel 1 139.79 Al's Corner Oil Co., diesel fuel Co., diesel fuel 4.81 385.90 Belter Oil Ind oil . .—-•-—i- Sinclair Refining Co., diesel fuel ~-— v 196-5* Relaberg Bros. Garage, diesel tuel „.. 113.70 Hyland Oil Co., diesel fuel .... 234.00 Sleg Fort Dodge Co., maint. supplies 17.07 Joyce Lumber Co., maint. Mid U -?owa S lndulSri"ar~S^ppiy. „ M maint. supplies ..— 103.34 Carroll Lumber Co., rnaint. supplies —•- 134.02 Bliss Tire Service, repairs to and for equipment 40.31 Super DrauUc Mfg. Co., re- ment pairs to and for equipment _ 23.30 Schmlti Hardware Co., repairs to and for equipment 22.85 Relnart Service, repairs to and for equipment 42 .40 Jos. P. Frank, repairs to and for equipment 1.09 Carroll Machine A Welding, repairs to and for equipment Mt. Carmel Garage, garage dleser 212.45 repairs 20.50; 10.50 fuel The Loekhart Co., garage re- F alrs 36.35; repairs to and or equipment 31.90; garage supplies 21.38 - — Coon Rapids Municipal Elec. A Water Plant, electric service, county maint. bldg. at Coon Rapids -. Iowa Electric Light A Power, gas service, Carroll maint. garage - Town of Lldderdale, water rental, Lldderdale maint. garage ...™— .—— Iowa Public Service Co., electric service, Carroll maint. bldgs _ Manning Municipal Light . Plant, electric serv., Manning maint. bldg. —...I.-..— Carroll Water Dept., water and sewer rental, Carroll maint. bldgs. — Iowa Public Service Co., electric service to Mt. Carmel, Dedham, Arcadia, Lldder­ dale, Templeton and Halbur maint. bldg. .——— Northwestern Belf Telephone Co., telephone serv., Carroll maint. bldg —Western Union, telegram — Globe Machinery A Supply Co., freight _ —. John F. Frank A Co., garage supplies 31.00 69.5S 1.03 15.79 6.1B 32.83 1.0S 11.89 9.18 18.58 1.03 3.00 4.59 Albert Stenstrom. clearing — 109.16 Conrad Berns. mileage 37.58 Harold Brauckman, mileage - 4.34 Alfred DUUvan, mileage — 17.64 Clarence Goecke, mileage _ 9.52 Walter Schafer, mileage 17.92 Hugo Vollstedt, mileage 33.36 J. F. Maher, mileage ._ 45,71 Martin L. Schmalser, mileage ™. 60.76 David Schmelser, bituminous Inspector ~— 100.08 Alfred Schroeder, check blk. top 83.54 Joe F. Heuton, misc. labor 15.30 Robert Neumayer, bituminous Inspector . 37,44 D. G. Sherer, gravel checker 78.51 Midwest Metal Culvert, Inc., culverts _ 930.71 Armco Drainage A Metal Prod., tile, pipe, etc. 5098.80 Don Vlsser A C. L. Thomas Const. Co., clearing rock and placing culverts 738,00 Albert Stenstrom, stripping Hart pit 1458.08 Dobson A Gymer, center stripping bitum. cone. rds. 162.50 Robert Neumayer, mileage ... 9.53 Don Vlsser & C. L. Thomas Construction Co., grading and placing culverts ...3834.00 Barto Construction Co., tile 133.00 George Vanderheiden, mileage -. 71,61 Lake view Construction Co., tile - - 498.80 Onnen Bros., stripping Wright pit ...t..... i ,130.00 Onnen Bros., taking gravel from Wright pit lor surfacing .3148.50 Mrs. Clara Wright, gravel taken from Wright pit for surfacing 2578.45 Road Clearing Fund Stone Printing Co., printing Weed Notices T.50; office equipment 1.75 - 9.36 Institution Fund State Sanatorium at Oakdale. X-ray for Eugene Melners . .Bangs Disease Fund Albert Selpker, Indemnity Kenneth Llnde, indemnity _ Dr. R. w. Colllson, testing — Assessor Fund Harold H. Grundmeler, mileage •.— Koch Brothers, office, sup- S lles, Assessor lar A Chambers, office supplies, A»se*-or Herald Pi 3.00 13.50 13.50 IS 50 Co., of- 33.83 14.48 1.68 .30 ... .„ Publishing .... flee supplies, Assessor ^ , . „ Bnunty Jfund Celeste Sullivan. ^Treasurer, bounty certificate! f 0 r Carroll County "Auditor ? 136.19

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