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Kuemper Treks to Dowling- Tigers Host Manilla "Stop Schram" Is the cry in the Carroll Tiger camp this week as Coach Gene Macomber's club tapers off drills for the home opener with Manilla here Friday night at 8 p.m. Eddie Schram, fleet-footed 147 pound hurdler and key to Manil' la's offensive minded Hawks, will be the number one target when the Tigers host the Coon Valley conference school. Although Schram is the top target, the Ti gers have still another worry. Manilla has a top passer in the person of Gene Pauley, and he frequently connects with Schram and Ronnie Olson. Rushing Line "We are going to use a rushing line in an effort to curb the effectiveness of Pauley's passing, and at the same time hope to contain Schram," Coach Macomber said. The Tigers enter the battle in good physical condition and with a reserve halfback. Dave W e n c k, about ready to displace one of the two starters. "Wenck is coming fast and might move either Leonard Snyder or Jon Lane out of a first string job," Coach Macomber said. However, the Carroll club will start the game with the same unit that handed Manning an 18-7 setback in the season opener. Tigers Heavier Manilla's primary concern appears to be a light line. The vital statistics show the Tigers have 14- pound advantage in the line. Carroll's starters will tip the scales at an average of 174 pounds compared to 160 for Manilla. In the backfield Manilla will have a five-pound edge with a 163- pound average compared to Carroll's 158. Team averages find Carroll heavier by an eight-pound edge Carroll See Page 9 Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll — Phon* 3528 no. 1 specialist in storage & moving! optrtffit ALLIED MM UHfllM Cdurteout Convenient Carrier Ttmat Herald, Carroll, la. +\ Thursday, Stpt. 17, 1959 £ Grid Cord Friday Games: Kuemper at Des Moines (Dowling) Manilla at Carroll Audubon at Harlan Jefferson at Perry Mapleton at Denison Lake City at Ida Grove Sac City at LeMars Manning at Guthrie Center Glidden at Scranton Exira at Coon Rapids Bayard at Bagley Wall Lake at Lohrville Lake View at Early Tribe Fades In American League Race By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer All signs point to a gala pennant • clinching celebration this weekend by the Chicago White Sox in Comiskey Park. Cleveland's hopes fade daily. If the White Sox don't win, the Indians oblige by losing. The magic number now is three for the White Sox to nail down their first American League championship since 1919. Any combination of three Chicago victories and Cleveland defeats would do it. , The entire league has an open date, but Chicago could assure itself of no worse than a tie Friday if it can beat Detroit and Kansas City defeats Cleveland. The White Sox lost 3-1 to the New York Yankees Wednesday but maintained their 5Vfc-game lead with only seven to play. The Indians, with eight to go, lost 6-5 to Boston. Early Wynn appeared to be rolling toward his 21st victory at Yankee Stadium with a 1-0 lead over New York going into the sixth. The Yanks, however, kicked up their heels for three runs in the sixth to win behind the red hot rookie Jim Coates* four-hitter. ADDED BARGAIN NOG ALES, Ariz. (AP) —Robert Richards got more than he bargained for when he purchased an old home in Nogales. Inside the empty house was a 10-inch-long live artillery shell. It was destroyed by Davis-Monthan Air Force B ase personnel. KIT? as you like it Let Reddy dial your light exactly as you like it. You can create just the right mood and beautify the surroundings of your home.. A new dial system makes it possible to have - your lighting just as bright as you need it. Valance lighting, cove lighting, down spots, special lighting on indoor planting—all create a warm atmosphere or a gay party-like mood. Our company has a staff of trained lighting specialists available to you at no charge or obligation. Just call on us and we'll be happy to work with you on any lighting problem, $ t n_Li!- * #i The Kuemper Knights will meet another capable opponent tomorrow night when they travel to Des Moines to meet the Dowling High Maroons. This will be a nature of a homecoming for the Kuemper mentor, Frank Sovich. The Knight head coach played his prep football at the Capitol City institution. Again the Knights will oppose a team that has size and experience. Coach Al DiMarco has 17 lettermcn and reportedly has two teams of fairly even caliber. In the line the Maroons sport a bluge of 24 pounds per man and as a team have an 18 pound per man advantage. Ten of the starters are letterman. The lone exception is right half Joe Wilkenson. The 156 pound sophomore is the surprise of the Dowling camp. A fast shifty back he scampered 67 yards against Sioux City (Hcclan) last week. Big Dowling Line Big Ernie Talarico. a three year letterman. is the bulwark of the Dowling line. The 186 average line also boasts 6' 4 Vern Faber at center and Larry Beltrame at end.' Quarterback Jim Mahoney is being pressed by another junior, Bernie Howerter. Both are excellent passers. Howerter quarter-backed the Maroons last year when the Kinghts took a 13-6 decision. Dowling is loaded with halfback talent as they ran ine halfbacks against Heelan. Dave Keller has the inside track at fullback. The Maroons dropped their first game of the year lo Heelan 3418. The losers were in the game, trailing 20-18, when an intercepted pass gave the Crusaders the ball with seven minutes to go in the game. The victors also picked up another TD as the game ended. Stress Line Play Coach Frank Sovich gave special emphasis this past week to line work. "Movies of the Webster City game showed many weaknesses in that department. Several times the Lynx put the ball in play while our line was in a standing position," commented Sovich. The Knights came out of the WC game with the usual amount of bumps and bruises. Chief among them was a sprained ankle which will keep Fred Dolezal from action and a leg injury which will limit Tom Schleisman to line duty. Although the Red and Gold limited their scrimmage this week because of injury, Tom Dolezal, a sophomore who nabbed three passes against Webster City last week, sustained a knee injury and his amiability is questionable. j backfield came in for particular work this we6k in hitting the holes opened by the line. Last weeks game movies showed several glaring opportunities when the backs hit slightly off the opened Kuemper See Page 9 HtiiMiniinii I 'M 111 m 11 mi !.»•.»» ig from dale barton's KEYBOARD H« |. »»• »•»! III 111"! tlllMIIIIIIMHHMH H I • LUCKY START: Last week's high school grid selections can be classified in the category of more luck than science. This observer ventured guesses on 16 games and hit correctly on 14 for an amazing 87 per cent mark. Wall Lake and Odebolt battled to a tie and that cost us one. The other cropper came at the hands of Lake City as the Eagles massacred Rockwell City. This week's card lists only 13 games. One area team, Ar-We-Va will be out of action this week because of an open date. The Rockets were originally scheduled to play Charter Oak, but Charter Oak has foregone varsity football this fall for "B" contests and that cost Ar-We-Va a varsity game. Thirteen is generally accepted as an unlucky number, but that's the way it comes out and here's the way things might go: DES MOINES (DOWLING) over Kuemper! For the second straight week Coach Frank Sovich and his young Knights run into bigger, mere experienced squad. The Knights could surprise in this one. Lost week the Maroons took a pasting at the hands of Heelan, which rates as Sioux City's best, and you can bet that Dowling will be all out to dent the win column before the home folks this week. Much as we hate to do it. the nod must go to the Des Moines club. MANILLA over Carroll. This probably will shock loyal Tiger fans, and if it has the same effect t ,n the Carroll griddcrs we will claim an assist for a win. Actually it shapes up as a toss-up game. Carroll opened the season with a victory over Manning, and that presumably gave the Tigers the assurance that they can win. But we must bear in mind that Manilla had strong Glidden-Ralston on the ropes for one half and stayed in contention during the third quarter. It all boils down to one factor that may mean the difference. Carroll's pass defense sprung a few leaks against Manning, but the Bulldogs were not able to capitalize on that weakness. The scouts tell us that Manilla has an excellent passer in Gene Pauley and a top-notch receiver in Eddie Schram. They proved their ability against Glidden-Ralston and they could turn the tide here Friday night. HARLAN over Audubon. There is no question about this one, unless the Cyclones become so complacent they fall asleep. Audubon is on the move, but the Wheelers don't have enough horses to compete on equal terms with Coach Harold "Swede" Johnson's wreckers from Shelby County. JEFFERSON over Perry, It looks like the Rams all the way : in this traditional battle. Jefferson i handled Guthrie Center without ! undue difficulty a week ago while j Terry edged past Audubon. The I big thing to look for in this game Plant the Corn that 6/VES YOVMOAC FUNK'S-G MORE of the things you want in a hybrid Top yields, quality grain, tlalkt that stand, resistance to corn hazards—you want thesf and you get them, with Funk's-G. MORE exciting new research developments There's a big difference In hybrids, and research makes that difference. Funk's-G research will keep you out In front, MORE proof of outstanding performance Hundreds of Weigh and Compare tests and consistent wins In contests confirm your good judgement In planting Funk's-G. MORE PROFITS FOR MORE AND MORE FARMERS EACH YEAR Franklin Shirbroun, Coon Rapids, Iowa Herman Brincks, Carroll, Iowa Am Haubrich, Dedham, Iowa Farmers Co-Op, Templeton, Iowa Orin E. Pratt, Manning, Iowa E. W. Koenig, Halbur, Iowa Nick M. Wittry, Maple River, Iowa Eugene Wittry, Glidden, Iowa Carl Helmkamp, Glidden, Iowa Wayne Black, Scranton, Iowa Leslie Whiting, Lanesboro, Iowa is the effectiveness of Jefferson's bruising ground game. The Rams have a set of fleet backs who are capable of breaking a game wide open. DENISON over Mapleton. Acre's a vote for the Monarchs in the belief that Coach Max Liggett has repaired some of the damage suffered last week when he lost his only experienced quarterback on the third play of the game. He lost to an Atlantic team that is perennially tough. Mapleton hasn't got the all-around power of the Cass County boys and will be lucky to contain the Monarchs. IDA GROVE over Lake City. The Eagles looked exceptionally good last week against Rockwell City, but the fearsome Hawks from Ida county constitute a bigger worry. Cherokee upended Ida Grove last week by a 33-20 count and Coach Ralph Capitaini, of Ida Grove, immediately said there would be some changes made. When the Hawks host the Eagles on Friday night, they are apt to be keyed higher than a kite and that could mean a bruising encounter. LEMARS over Sac City. Apparently Coach Chuck Clawson wasn't kidding when he said he had a rebuilding job. Last week the Indians lost to Storm Lake for the first time in 12 years. Here's a vote for LeMars in the belief the Indians have not gained the level of development that will insure victories. Sac City could be very rough before the season ends, but it may take another week or two for the crew to jell. MANNING over Guthrie Center. This is a difficult choice. The Bulldogs have potential. They showed that against Carroll. If they can match their running game with more effective passing, they could be rough customers in the Coon Valley conference. Guthrie is operating with a new system and a new coach, the former Ar-We-Va mentor, and it might take a few weeks for the Tigers to become thoroughly indoctrinated. GLIDDEN over Scranton. Preseason estimates made the Wildcats the top threat to Exira's dominance of the Coon Valley. After their opening win over always strong Manilla, there is little reason to revise that estimate. That means only one thing for the other league teams. They had best be wary when the Wildcats come to call because Glidden-Ralston simply can't afford to lose to other league foes and retain any hope of displacing Exira. Scranton apparently is on the move but probably hasn't moved far enough to catch the Wildcats. EXIRA over Coon Rapids. This is about as open and shut as you can get. There is no doubt that the red horde from Audubon county is the class of the league and potentially one of the top clubs in southwest Iowa, and Coon Rapids was shut out by Bayard last week. That leaves only one guess and it has to be Exira. BAVARD over Bagley. This battle between the two northern Guthrie county foes often has unexpected developments, but we have to string with the Coon Valley representative. WALL LAKE over Lohrville. This is the blue plate special of the week. Don't ask us why we guessed this way. Last year Lohrville edged the Comets by one touchdown. And last year the Comets had a bad season. They couldn't win. This year they got off on practically the same foot and pushed Odebolt all over the field only to wind up with a 13-13 tie. One of these nights that Wall Lake crew will really explode. It could happen this week. LAKE VIEW over Crestl a n d (Early). This is another guess selection. Lake View is good, but last week Battle Creek didn't test the Black Hawks by a sufficient degree to afford a good yardstick. On the other hand, Crestland is always rough and a spoiler type club. But we still go with our neighbors from Sac county. Bur defies Five Hitter Cuts Margin By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer If San Francisco loses the National League pennant, they can biame it on Lew Burdettc, the greatest giant killer of them all. Burdette did it again Wednesday, beating the Giants with a five-hitter 2-0 that slashed their lead to one game. It was his fifth victory over San Francisco this season, bringing his career record against the club to 24-9. As a result of Burdette's victory, at the expense of 20-game winner Sam Jones, the. Braves have a chance to go into a first place tic Thursday. Warren Spahn faces Jack Sanford in the final meeting of Hie two clubs. If Spahn wins the Braves will bo in excellent position. They will have five games with Philadelphia and three with Pittsburgh* If the Giants again can win "the big one" and retain their lead, they will be in a strong position. They have three important games at home against the Los Angeles Dodgers before hitting the road next week for the last five at Chi* cago and St. Louis. The Dodgers blew a chance to close In on the Giants when they lost to Cincinnati 7-4. The defeat dropped Los Angeles into third place, two games back with nine to go. Official Proceedings of County Government Board of Supervisors Office, Carroll, Iowa August 10. 1959 Thp hemrd of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa, met In adjourned session at ihe Board office nt Carroll, the county goat of said county, on Monday, Augusl 10, 1950 at 10:00 a.m. pursuant lo law, the rules of said board and to adjournment with all members present. BE IT REMEMBERED that on this, the 10th day of August 1959. the county Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa, met In session for the purpose of hearing upon the budget estimate as filed with this board. There was present a quorum as required by law. Thereupon the board Investigated and found that the notice of the time and place of hearing had, according to law and as directed by the board, been published on the 29th and 30th of July In The Dally Times Herald, The Glidden Graphic; the Manning Monitor and the Coon Rapids Enterprise, official newspapers, published In said county, and that the affidavits of publication thereof were on file with the county auditor. Thereafter and on said day the estimate was taken up and considered and taxpayers heard for and against said estimate as follows: NO ONE APPEARED Thereafter and after hearing all taxpayers desiring to be heard, the board took up the estimate for final consideration and after being fully advised the board determined that said estimate be corrected and completed so that when completed It should be in words and figures as stated herein. visors approved the Contractor's Bond of William Axman, Dedham, Iowa for Bridge Project No, LM1-59 awarded on August 10, 195B. On mottton the Board of Supervisors approved the Second Quarterly report of the Soldier*' Relief Commission, Carroll County, Iowa, and ordered same to be placed on file. On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the Application for Class Beer Perrrilt of Alfred Tlefenthaler dba Al's Corner and Marvin C.-Weber dba Weber's Tfutfk Stop. On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the Bond for Class "B" Beer permit of Alfred Tlefen­ thaler and authorized the Auditor to Issue license for same. On motion the Board of Supervisors proceeded to audit and allow the following claims and authorised the County Auditor to Issue warrants the same:General Fund Robert W. Steffens, Extra Help: Sheriff's Office 97.50 A. J.' Daeges, Session; Comm. Work; Mileage - 180.21 Art Hlnners, Session; Comm. Work; Mileage - 170.40 Chas. A. Neumayer, Session; Comm. Work; Mileage 93.81 Henrv A. Stork, Session; Comm. Work; Mileage 179.98 John Tlgges, Session; Comm. Work: Mileage 183.32 Fidlar A Chambers Co. Office Supplies: Auditor 8.96; Treas 39.00; Office Equip.: Recorder 128.81 .. 176.77 Carroll Lumber Co., Office Supplies: Sheriff .60 Emarlnes, Office Supplies: Recorder 28.20 Helres Electric, Office Equipment: Auditor — 34.9B Coast to Coast Store, Courthouse Malnt.: Janitor Sup- Wllbur DeMoss 61.43; Mrs. Ben SUndrup 71.86 - - 133.31 Dr. John Morrison, Medical ^ Care: Anise Jordan 28.00 Dr. Paul T. Cawley, Medical Care: Mary Batta 3.00; Annie Olberdlng 27.00; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorence 49.00 ... 79.00 Carroll Medical Center, Medical Care: Jesse Scott 28.00; Mrs. Herbert Trafford 20.00; Mallnda Wilson 4.00; Helen Roach 92.00 144.00 Dr. Roland Morrison, Medical Care: John Blerl 16.00: Transient 16.00; Mrs. Mary Welti 4.60 36.50 Dr. C. A. Johnson, Medical Care: Henry Steffensen 23.00 Rettenmaler Drug Co., Drugs: Annie Olberdlng 13.88 Center Pharmacy, Drugs: Ma- llnda Wilson - 13.50 Carroll Pharmacy, Drugs: Mrs. Ira Toms 39.64; Mary Batta 9.31 - 48.95 St. Anthony Hospital, Hospital Car«: Annie Olberdlng 62.05; Mrs. Ella Lewis 29.90; Frank Kurth 254.50; John Blerl 52.85; Jesse Scott 48.89; _ Transient 39.30 487.19 Treasurer of State of Iowa, Hospital: June Excess Carroll Co, Quota at University Hospitals 37125 Hylana Oil Station, Gas for Transients 1.30 Dr. M. J. McVay, Medical Care: Mrs. Raymond Stanek ! -1.70 Soldier's Relief Fund Cash Allowance 50.00 Cash Allowance 30 .IX) Cash Allowance 15.IX) Cash Allowance - 25.00 Cash Allowance _ 15.00 Cash Allowance 15.00 Cash Allowance „ 15.00 Cash Allowance „ 25.00 Cash Allowance _ 50.00 BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OP FILINO County Estimate NOTICE—The board of supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa, will meet August 10, 1959, at 10:00 A. M., at Carroll County Court House, Carroll, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following ostlmate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1980. KDWARD J. MURPHY, County Auditor. FUNDS u cn c ^ •2-32 a c *. "5-. «>.« General Court Expense . Poor State Institution County Mental Health County School Soldiers' Relief Bovine Tuberculosis County Fair Old'A^ge's'ur. Ins. (Fed.) Pub. Emps Ret. (State) Bangs Eradication Weed Erad. Twp. only — Bountv — County Conservation i Farm to Market Roads _ , Secondary Road (309.7) 1. 2'a mills Twp. only 2. 8 s g mills Twp. only 3. SB mill all property — Rd. Clearing (317.19) % mill Twp. 19.250.42 6,613.25 7,131.99 34,967.28 12,476.80 9,691.38 16,831.99 11,139.73 737.68 32,944.85 10,709.42 11,048.66 7,361.02 i,104.16 "l 211.99 "121,005.70 EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR u 1.2 0 1 u I I n E C 27,347.22 100,893.51 70,555.13 7,166.28 12,259.61 13,260.28 6,897.60 5,000.00 20,000.00 10,128.93 14,156.85, 1.360.761 £1317.10 "151,599.88 671,183.23 2,907.06 152,101.42 28,362.80 101,964.70 75,143.99 6,211.62 24,374.37 9.866.65 5,000.00 "13,070.701 18,325.93 2,224.21 IJfO.iO . S88.01 220.532.60 640.518.78 3,330.27 141,280.00 30,139.00 116,578.94 101,194.73 6,500.00 8,300.00 14.400.00 8,000.00 5,500.00 ~15,OO0.0Q lS.OOO.M 12,000.06 7,500.00 2,000.00 13,000.00 140,000.00] 670,000.00 4,800.00 6,500.00 2,000.00 14,400.00 8,000.00 2,500.001 4,500.00 7,000.00 38,280.00 4,883.00 16,578.94 13,194.73 "6,300.00 7,500.00 9,500.00 140,000.00 350,000.00 TOTALS IS 310.125.92:$1,242.384.03|$1,421,266.45|$1,315,192.67!$ ^4,800.001 _ ~19,700.00i$ 103,000.00 25,256.00 100,000.00 86,000.00 5,500.00 000.00 ,000.00 ,000.00 ,500.00 ,000.00 ,000.00 27 262 29 710.00 560.54 729.48 Estimated taxes per $1,000 of assessed value _The vote upon final adoption of Ihe budget was as follows: Aves: John Tlgges, Art Hlnners. Chas. A. Neumayer, Henry A. Stork, A. J. Daeges, Chairman, Nayes: None Edward J. Murphy, County Auditor The county audftor was thereupon directed to properly certify the budget as adopted and file with the records of his office as required by law. I hereby certify the above to be a true and correct copy of the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors relating to the consideration and final adoption of the within budget of expenditures on the 10th day of August. 1959. Edward J. Murphv, Countv Auditor On motion the Board of Super- vlsores authorized the County Auditor to petition the State Comptroller for permission to Increase the Poor Fund over the lew limit for 19H0. The time having arrived for the opening of the bids for Project No. TA3-59 for the construction of a 75' x 20' continuous Concrete Slab Bridge, the Board of Supervisors after considering the various bids on file, It was moved by Henry Stork, and seconded bv A. J. Daeges that the Bridge Contract for Project No. TA3-59 he awarded to the lowpst and best bidder, Al Munson Construction Co., Boone, Iowa as follows:- plies 1.49; Equipment Repair .59 ... 2.08 J. w. Daniel, Courthouse Malnt.: Janitor Supplies 1.00 Karen Larson, Extra Help: Auditor's Office 79.03 Sleg-Fort Dodge Co. Sheriff's Equipment _ 11.22 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, County Jail: Medical Care 38.00 Muriel Rutten, Registrar of Vital Statistics _ _ 49.37 Court Fund Ronald H. Schechtman, District Court: Attorney's Fees, State of Iowa vs. James Harper Masters alias Jim McMasters 28.00 W. J. Schmieh, District Court: Justice Fees, State of Iowa vs. James Harper Masters alias Jim McMasters - 7.00 Al Thorup, Sheriff. District Court: Sheriff's Fees, State of Iowa vs. James Harper Masters alias Jim McMasters 61.66 Ronald H. Schechtman, District Court: Attorney's Fees State of Iowa vs. James Harper Masters alias Jim McMasters 40.00 W. J. Schmieh, Justice Court: Justice Fees, State of Iowa vs. John F. Stanley 4.00 W. J. Schmieh, Justice Court. Justice Fees, State of Iowa vs. Richard McDannel 4.00 586.236.67;$ 679",256l00 *147l5 20.00 8.98 100.00 40.00 32.00 5.00 20 50 26.10 818.20 456.00 3 :« 15.81 By The Associated Press American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago .. 90 57 .612 — Cleveland .... 84 62 . 575 5Vb New York 74 72 .507 15^ Detroit 72 74 .493 17'* Baltimore 71 75 .486 I8V2 Boston .... 69 77 .473 20> 2 Kansas City 63 82 .434 26 Washington 61 85 .418 28 l / 2 Wednesday Results New York 3, Chicago 1 Boston 6< Cleveland 5 Detroit 3, Baltimore 1 Only games scheduled Friday Games Boston at New York (N) Baltimore at Washington (N) Detroit at Chicago (N) Cleveland at Kansas City IN) National League W. L. Pet. G.B. San Francisco 81 64 .559 — Milwaukee 80 65 .552 1 Los Angeles 79 66 .545 2 Pittsburgh 74 72 .507 7>,4 Cincinnati 72 75 .490 10 Chicago 69 75 .479 ll',a St. Louis 66 79 .455 16 Philadelphia 60 85 .414 22 Wednesday Results Milwaukee 2, San Francisco 0 Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 4 Pittsburgh 3-2, Chicago 2-4 Only games scheduled Friday Games Philadelphia at Chicago Los Angeles at San Francisco (N) Only games scheduled Item No. Mem Quantity 1 Class A Concrete per eu yd. 94.14 2 Reinforcing Steel per lb. 16299 3 Hardware per lb. 104 4 Structural Steel per lb. 1378 5 Creosoted Lumber per M bd. ft. 3.544 6 Creosoted Piling, per lln. ft. 600 1. 7 Steel Shell P10-4A per. lln. ft. 280 1. 8 Class 20 excavation per cu. yd. 251 9 Class 21 excavation per cu. yd. 11 10 Class 10 excavation per cu. yd. 260 The time having arrived for the' ng of the bids for the Project LM1-59 for the construction of Unit Price Amount Cu yd. lb. lb. lb. M-FBM ft. ft. cy cy cy 60.00 5648.40 .13 1.00 2118.87 104.00 .40 551.20 330.00 1169.52 2.80 1680.00 6.00 1680.00 2.00 502.00 15.00 165.00 .80 208.00 413,826.99 openln No. L!» a 100' x 20' Continuous Concrete Slab Bridge, the Board of Supervisors after considering the various bids on file, It was moved by John Tlgges and seconded by Art Hlnners that the Bridge Contract for Project No. LM1-59 be awarded to the lowest and best bidder, WU'.inm A. Axman, Dedham, Iowa as follows:Item No. Item Quantity 1 Class A Concrete per cy 132.7 2 Reinforcing Steel per lb 24988 3 Hardware per lb. 122 4 Structural Steel per lb. 7250 5 Creosoted Lumber per M bd ft. 4.4 6 Steel Shell P10-5A per lln ft. 350 7 Creosoted Lumber, per lln ft 680 8 Class 21 cxcavutlon per cy 12 9 Class 10 excavation per cy 203 10 Class 20 excavation per cy 266 On motion" the Board of Supervisors adjourned to Monday, August [ 17, 1959. 1 Edward J. Murphy, County Auditor A. J. Daeges, Chairman Board "of Supervisors Office, Carroll, Iowa August 17, 1959 The Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa met In adjourned session at the Board Office at Carroll, the county seal of said county, on Monday, August 17, 1959 at 9:00 a.m. pursuant to law, the rules of said Board and to adjournment with all members present. On motion the Board of Supervisors canvassed the vote of Ewoldt Township to purchase a school house to be used as a Township Hall. Following is the result:Yes 12 No 12 Disputed Ballots 2 The measure did not carry. On motion the Board of Supervisors approved the Contractor's Bond of Al Munson Construction Company, Boone, Iowa for Bridge Project No, TA 3-59 awarded on August 10, 1959. On motion the Board of Super- B. G. Tranter, Postmaster, Postage, Clerk of Court 60.00 1'itor Fund Eleanor Dlnsmore, Mileage 22.40 L. J. Roden, County Home: Insurance 2.00 Sanitary Chemical Supply Co. County Home: Household Supplies 61.00 Carroll Bakery, County Home: Provisions 11.81 P. F. Petersen Baking Co., Unit Price Amount C V lb lb. lb. M-FBM lln ft. lln ft. cy cy cy 56.00 7431.20 .12 2998.56 1.00 122.00 .32 2321.92 315.00 1386.00 8.80 3080,00 2.80 1904.00 9.00 108.00 .65 131.95 3.00 798,00 820,281.63 56,60 13.44 112.03 1.85 County Home: Provisions H and H Company, County Home: Provisions Belter's Market, County Home: Provisions Rettenmaler Drug Co., County Home: Drugs Celeste Sullivan, Co. Treas. County Home: Assessment on Drain No, 77 Elsie Meier, Cash Allowance Louise Byrnes, Rent: Richard Barten Quakerdale Furm, July Cure of Robert and Leo Blllmeler Tryon Nursing Home, Care of Myrtle Ayers Tryon Nursing Home, Care of Richard Schneckloth Mrs. Leonard Sharp, Care Olive Butiick Kracht Store, Provisions; Mrs. Dora Herrmann Dr. C. A. Fangman, Medical Care: Elizabeth Gerber Dr. W. P. Chandler, Medical Care: Richard Schneckloth Dr. Leo Kuker, Medical Care: Mrs. Ira Toms Dr. It. J. Ferllc, Medical Cure: 83.00 1 14.00 40.00! 110.00 50.00 14.00 ! 20.00' 25.00 j 40.001 177.00' 4.00 Cash Allowance Wllke Drug Co. Drugs: — Kuker Clinic Medical Care: ._- Brennv's Market, Provisions _ Carroll Nursing Home, Care: .. St. Anthony Hospital, Hospital Care .... 150.00 T. A. Doughertv, Official Bond: C. M. Maddy .... Institution Fund Treasurer of State of Iowa, Care of Carroll County Patients 2nd Quarter 1959; Clarlndn 13,109.06; Glenwood 3 .345.44: Onkdnle 1,194.08; Woodward 3,197.59; Annie Wlttenmyer Home 1,957.77; Toledo 352.05 .23,155.99 Secondary Itond Fund II. F. Sohroeder & Sons, Estimate No. 1 Grading 19,119.90 Iowa Public Service Co., Electric Service: County Malnt. Building Deluxe Cleaners & Lnunderers Laundrv & Towel Service: Co. Garage Celeste Sullivan, Treas. Drain No. 77 Assessment: Grant Twp. Roads 480.00; Maple River Twp. Roads 332 .00; County Garage 6.20 Barto Construction, Surfacing Gravel Cretsinger Standard Service, Gasoline DUHvan Service. Gasoline Arnold Motor Supply, OH 18.82, Garage Supplies 47.76; Repairs 1.72 68 30 Rlesberg Garage Gasoline 5.42: Repairs 19.00; Diesel Fuel 64.00 88.42 Belter Oil Co., Gasoline 258 .52: Oil 137.00; Diesel Fuel 138.33 533 So Cretslnger Standard Service Gasoline 12.40; Repairs 3.50 15 90 Andersen's Garage, Gasoline 128.93 H. J. Meyer, Agent Standard Oil Co. Diesel Fuel 86.90 Neppel Oil Co. Diesel Fuel 154.00; Repairs 8.12 162.52 Gute & Bayer Garage, Gasoline 2.73: Repairs 20.71 ... 23 4 1 Hyland Oil Co., Gasoline 222 46 Sleg-Fort Dodge Co., Grease 9.63 Joe H. Berger, Pipe 30.oo Coast to Coast Store, Malnt. Supplies .89 Peterson-Blddick Co., Malnt. Supplies 443.20 General Equip. & Supplv Co. Misc. Beehive Intake Grates 60 .97 Glidden Auto Sales, Repairs 19.62 Bill Burgess Motors, Renalrs 8 .07 Carroll Machine and Welding, Repairs to Equipment 23.42; Bridge Supplies 11.42 34.84 W. L.i Ford, Repairs .... 6.00 Bliss Tire Service, Repairs 1.25 The Lockhurt Co., Repairs . 19.01 Sacks Brothers Co., Repairs 192 06 Helres Electric Co., Repairs 7.53 Herman M. Brown Co., Itc- palrs 131 .59 J. W. Daniel. Repairs 7.45 Fleskes Brlardalo Store. Garage Supplies 3 .49 Barto Construction, Use of Equipment 6 oo Otto's Hardware & TV, Tools 4 .61) Carroll Lumber Co., Bridge Supplies 60 .77 F. P. Culbertson, Mileage 14.21 George Dozler, Mileage Wallace E. Lumsden, Mileage Martin L. Schmelser. Mileage Wlllard Bentley, Scale Attendant 155.00: . .. Kenneth Goecke. Tractor Operator Norbert Muhlbnuer, Truck Operator Joseph Polking, Truck Operator Claus Hartwlgsen, Flagging Trucks Stanley J. Henrich, Assistant Surveyor Joe F. Heuton, Misc. Labor Repair ..... Helen F Letting, Gravel Checker John Meyer, Gruvel Checker ... Richard Olerleh, Scale Operator & Inspector David Schmelser, Bituminous Inspector Hnng 'N Disease Dr. J, C. McCaulley, Testing ... Dr. R. W. Colllson, Testing 3.50 7.56 46.06 188.71 102.80 99.70 99.70 29.01 75.95 128.00 29.27 388.33 103.17 109.20 29.50 ... , , 5.50 Dr. J. M. Dermofly, Testing 4 .00 Dr. T. A. Dermody, Testing 13 .50 Dr. E. R. Hennlng, Testing 7.5n Dr. R. E. Shirbroun, Testing _ 15.50 Dr. R. E. Wagner, Testing 18.50 Ben F. Haberl, Indemnity 12 .50 Arnold Kllleen, Indemnity 62.50 Leonard Peters, Indemnity 12.50 On motion the Board of Super, visors udjourned to Monday, August 31 1959 Edward J. Murphy. County Auditor A. J. Dueges, Chairman AMEMCA'S 6 #£Aresr wsms

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