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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

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-Alpono (la.) Upper Git Mftltfti Thurtdoy, F*b. 29, Board Proceedings Pigs @ $ 18.00 COUNTY HOME INVENTORY TAKEN JAN. 11, 1968 BOGS 85 Pali CATTLE 38 6 6 10 $1,710.00 Dairy Cattle Heifers 1-yr. Yearling Steers Calves Bull Calves Butchers POULTRY 250 Laying Hens HAY, GRAIN & FEED 8500 Bu. Corn 3500 Bu. Oats 400 Bu. Ground Feed 175 Ton Ensilage 6000 Bales Hay 600 Straw MACHINERY 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 3 4 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 4 2 26 1 1 1 1 1 Int. Plow (3-16") Bottoms Field Cultivator 4-Row Plow 2-Row Plow IHC 460 4-Row Planter Electric Drills Farmall H 1964 Ford Half-ton Pick-up Baler Three-bottom Plows Potato Digger Side Rakes Endgate Seeder Spring Tooth Harrow Manure Spreader Farm & Truck Wagon Boxes & Hoists Wagons Tandem Discs Plow (J. D. 3-bottom 14'') Tractor Disc Grain Elevator Self Feeders Strainers Milk Tank Five Gal. Cream Cans Surge Milking Machine (5 units) Stalk Cutter Hog Fountains Litter Carrier McCormick 1" Mower Chicken Waterers Chicken Feeders Hog Chute Four Section Harrow Manure Scoop Corn Pickers (2-row) Water Heater Water Tanks Rotary Hoe Artsway Mixer-Grinder Tank Heater Small Feeders Elec. Waterers Drinking Cups Lundell Chopper A. C. Tractor (W. D. 45) Wagon Box Sprayer Hyd. Cattle Oiler Other shop equipment & hand tools: ders, 1 wheel barrow, spades, wire 250.00 9,500.00 150.00 900.00 125.00 750.00 85.00 850.00 350.00 350.00 35.00 175.00 250.00 750.00 13,275.00 .75 187.50 1.00 8,500.00 .75 2,625.00 1.00 400.00 10.00 1,750.00 .50 3,000.00 .40 240.00 16,515.00 100.00 115.00 400.00 50.00 2,000.00 1,500.00 40.00 600.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 50.00 50.00 350.00 100.00 50.00 400.00 325.00 150.00 800.00 200.00 50.00 225.00 150.00 4.00 2,000.00 12.00 400.00 155.00 60.00 98.00 75.00 5.00 8.00 10.00 50.00 250.00 1,350.00 75.00 40.00 225.00 300.00 80.00 20.00 25.00 308.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 17.00 200.00 184.00 Grindstone, 2 lad- cutters, stretchers, scoop shovels, dirt shovels, lot chains, forks, metal baskets, axes, cross cut buck & handsaws, scythes, six 12-qt. pails, hog troughs, scalding kettle, picks, corn knives, crow bars, hammers, pipe wrenches, pinchers, brace & bits, belting, two lawn mowers, gas pump 4 tank. 300.00 17,956.00 LAND & BUILDINGS County Farm (240 Acres @ $400.00) Silo Brick House Barn Double Corncrib & Granary Hog House Hen House Cattle Shed Straw Shed Machine Shed Garage Two Steel Bins Two Brooder Houses Two Portable Hog Houses One Feed House Milk House MISCELLANEOUS 1 Transformer & Elec. Wiring to House 1 Water System (New Pump) 1 Fruit Cave 1 Cresco Light & Power Share 1 Emergency Dynamo Power Plant 1 Water Pump for Furnace 10 Heat Lamps 1 Soft Water Unit KITCHEN UTENSILS & EQUIPMENT 2 Coffee Pots 3 Elec. Coffee Pots 9 Water Pitchers 4 Iron Frying Pans 1 Kitchen Bench 1 Step Stool 1 Metal Frying pan 5 Butcher Knives 8 Stainless Steel Dippers 9 Large Spoons 1 Kitchen Stove 2 Long Iron Roasters 4 Roasting Pans (1 steel § 910) 1 Butcher Steel 6 Muffin Tins g Double Boilers 10 Pie Tins 6 Dust Pans 4 Tube Pans 9 Aluminum Cake Pans 4 Round Cake Pans 2 Dish Pans (Aluminum) 9 Stainless Util. Cart ft Enamel Cart 4 Ironing Hoard* 4 20-qt. Kettles 3 0,qt, Kettles 8 0-qt. Kettle* 9 Refrigerator* I Tea Kettle 8 eUlnliM Mix* Bowls I Elec. MUer * Attachments I Paring Knive* ' Sf| Beater 96,000.00 1,600.00 43,500.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 1.600.00 575.00 150.00 75.00 250.00 350.00 185.00 200.00 650.00 150.00 2,100.00 157.385.00 2,000.00 2,500.00 850.00 425.00 775.00 1,956.40 10.00 1,160.00 9,676.40 5.00 45.00 3.60 13.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 3.00 88.00 18.00 100.00 4.00 19.00 .50 1.95 2.50 10,00 3.00 3.00 3.50 2.00 14.00 30.00 20.00 4.00 1.00 1.00 275.00 5.00 5.00 30.00 4,00 2.00 1 Potato Masher 2 Irons 2 Can Openers 4 Stainless Milk Pitchers 1 Automatic Washer 5 Rinse Tubs 1 Washing Machine 1 Laundry Extractor 1 Deep Freeze 1 Kirby Cleaner 1 Eight Slice Toaster 1 Base Cabinet with Sink 1 Pressure Cooker I Base Steel Cabinet 8 Pair Drapes DINING ROOM EQUIPMENT 9 Pair of Drapes 13 Tables 44 Chairs 41 Plastic Juice Glasses 49 Plastic Tumblers II Salt & Pepper Shakers 46 Soup or Cereal Bowls 34 Other Deep Bowls 14 Sugar Bowls 1 Piano 2 Cream Pitchers 48 Plastic Sauce Dishes 40 Tablespoons 48 Stainless Steel Forks 48 Stainless Steel Knives 48 Stainless Steel Teaspoons 12 Stainless Steel Tablespoons 150 Plastic Plates, Cups & Sauce Dishes 1 Buffet 11 Metal Glasses 10 Syrup Pitchers 11 Plastic Table Cloths STAFF DINING ROOM 2 Pair of Drapes 1 Table I Buffet II Chairs 1 Set Dishes for 12 1 Set Silverware for 8 WARD ROOM EQUIPMENT 2 Hospital beds 42 Beds 47 Mattresses 52 Pillows 90 Pillow Cases 35 Sheets 53 Wool Blankets 56 Cotton Blankets 45 Spreads 3 Bureaus I Studio Couch II Rockers 1 Wheel Chair 1 Pair Crutches 1 Barber Chair 1 Strait Jacket 1 Book Case 5 Radios 73 Bath Towels 2 Clothes. Carts 1 Sewing Machine 4 Televisions 80 Washcloths 2 Davenport & Chair Sets 23 Hand Towels 3 Table Lamps 1 End Table 1 Dressing Table & Chair 39 Chairs 2 Reading Tables 1 Shampoo Bowl & Chair 15 Chests STEWARD OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1 Wooden Desk 1 Swivel Chair 2 Steel File Cabinets 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 MISCELLANEOUS 4 Push Brooms 6 Dust Mops 12 Brooms 6 Scrub Mops 2 Scrub Pails 13 Gal. Wax & Cleaner 12 Gal. Dish Soap 3 Boxes Blueing- 2 Barrels Disinfectant 90 Bars Soap 2 Gal. Bleach 25 Pounds Washing Powder 35 Cans Bowl Cleaner 3 Gal. Window Cleaner 17 Cans Drano 12 Cans Powder (Foot & Body) 10 Cans Air Sanitizer 21 Cans Germ Killer 10 Gal. Ice Thaw 30 Light Bulbs PROVISIONS 100 Chickens £ $.70 250 Pounds Meat 1000 Pounds Frozen Fruits & Vegetables 1500 Qts. Home Canning 30 Pounds Beans (Navy) 110 Pounds Beet Sugar 15 Pound Boxes Brown Sugar 30 Boxes Powdered Sugar 2 Jars Instant Coffee 17 Jars Mustard 3 Jars Catsup 2 Gal. Syrup 2 Gal. Vinegar 12 Gal. Honey 19 Boxes Salt 2 30-pound Tins Ole 29 Boxes Cake Mix 1 Case Pumpkin 11 Boxes Coconut 68 Cans Jello 7 Cans Fruit Cocktail 3 Cans Peaches 7 Cans Apricots 6 Cans Pears 4 Cans Pineapple (Lg,) 14 Cans Pineapple (Sm.) 4 Cans Plums 2 Cans Cherries 3 Cans Cranberries 20 pounds Prunes 3 Gal, Salad Dressing 1 Case Tomatoes 5 Cans pork & Beans 2.00 15.00 27.00 12.00 200.00 10.00 130.00 900.00 150.00 150.00 60.00 125.00 27.00 53.00 . 24.00 2,608.05 200.00 630.00 470.00 52.00 45.00 135.00 60.00 56.00 45.00 7.00 25.00 112.75 5.00 1.00 20.00 17.00 5.00 50.00 19.00 5.00 150.00 300.00 8.00 20.00 4.60 6.00 8.00 . 2.50 39.00 20.00 104.00 420.00 3,041.85 50.00 15.00 50.00 115.00 750.00 70.00 187.50 500.00 525.00 4.00 11.11 2.40 4.08 2,58 1.70 3.90 2.12 1.16 50.00 2.09 14.12 13.63 4.30 2.75 61.88 9.45 2.83 7.14 6.60 4.48 5.46 3.26 4.25 3.00 4.90 4.92 5.89 3.95 5 Cans Hominy 2.25 5 Cans Spinach 1.90 6 Cans Sauerkraut 3.54 8 Cans Peas 7.44 7 Cans Green Beans 5.60 1 Box Soda .38 10 Boxes Corn Starch 1.60 1 Box Graham Crackers .60 2 Boxes Soda Crackers .24 52 Pkgs. Breakfast Food 17.16 9 Cans Tuna (Lg.) 18.99 2 Cans Sardines .54 225 Pounds Flour 22.00 230 Pounds Onions 14.50 10 Pounds Rice 1.25 7 Cabbage Flakes 14.91 0 Carrot Flakes 12.78 1 Mixed Vegetables 2.13 3 Onion Flakes 6.36 1,664.62 TOTAL 1968 KOSSUTH CO. HOME INVENTORY $226,006.59 On motion adjournment was taken until January 4. 1968. A. M. Kollasch, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS SECOND DAY JANUARY 4, 1968 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjourment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, & Lawrence Newbrough Garry McDonald, Andrew Reising & Earnie Schmidt. Absent: none. Motion by Schmidt & seconded by McDonald that Coun'.y pay City $50 per month and $250 for radio communications for period o!.slx months. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until January 17, 1968. A.M. Kollasch, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS THIRD DAY JANUARY 17, 1968 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pu-suant to adjournment. Present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, & Garry McDonald, Andrew Reising, & Earnie Schmidt. Absent: Newbrough. Motion by Reising & seconded by Sclim.'.dt that ambulance of Town of LuVerne be hereby approved & contract be signed in amount of $1,000. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Absent: Newbrough, Motion by Schmidt & seconded by Reising that Janitors be given a raise of $25 per month effective January 1, 1968. Ayes: Reising & Schmidt. Nays: McDonald. Absent: newbrough. On motion adjournment was taken until January 22, 1968. A. M. Kollasch, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST; Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS FOURTH DAY JANUARY 22, 1968 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, & Garry McDonald, Lawrence Newbrough, Andrew Reising, & Earnie Schmidt. Absent: none. Motion by Schmidt & seconded by Reising that the following 1968 Road Dept. Wage Schedule be approved: Regular Rd. Maint.Employees: $2.15 an hour Beginning & Temporary Employees: $1.75 an hour. Regular work week shall consist of five (5) ten (10) hour days. Overtime will be permitted only in cases of emergency as directed by the Co. Engineer & Bd. of Supervisors at the regular hourly rate. Sick leave will be granted to regular employees having one(l) year of service prior to Jan. 1, 1968, in the amount of five (5) days and in the amount of fen (10) days for employees having five (5) years of continuous service prior to that date. Such sick leave shall accumulate at the rate of one (1) day per month of service to a total of thirty (30) working days. Vacation time of one week, or fifty (50) hours will be granted after one year of continuous service. After five (5) years of continuous service an employee shall be eligible for two weeks vacation time. All vacation time shall be with pay. Full time employees will be allowed pay for seven(7) holidays per year. Those holidays are: New Year's Day Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas, as they may be legally declared. Ayes; Kollasch, Reising & Schmidt. Nays: McDonald & Newbrough. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until February 1, 1968. A, M, Kollasch, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST! Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor ANNIVERSARY Norway's Mr. and Mrs. Henry Emanuel observed their 60th wedding anniversary on Feb. 18 at a family dinner in Norway foi* loving i Mass of Thanksgiving in St. Michael's Church where they were married in 1908. Cylinder Lions Sponsor Cubs; 33 In Pock FENTON - The newly- organized Cub Scout pack 47 met for their first pack meeting at the Cylinder school Monday evening. There are 33 boys in the Wolves, Bears and Webelo dens. They are being sponsored by the Cylinder Lions Club. Max Dudley is Cub Master and committeemen are Ronald Pettit, Harold Schneider and Larry Egland. Den Mothers are Mrs. 0. J. Wiener, Mrs. Harlan Eimers, Mrs. Don Laubenthal, Mrs. James Bramley, Mrs. Ronald Pettit, Mrs. David Clemenson. Leaders for the Webelos are Rev. Oliver Johnson, Larry Egland, Harry Barkve, Jr. and Duane Meling. Twenty-three Boy Scouts and their Scoutmasters, Roy Homann and Sheldon Merrill and committee, Ray Dreyer and Ray Uthof, enjoyed a hike, cook-out and had a study of compass read- Ing Saturday afternoon at the Seneca river. 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