Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1931 · Page 11
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s?f/" % .f-,w,? : ' Milt ffBY ^SOCIETY B»n*»' Ue Ml«'° nftry crowd * at «rt. O; home Saturday . ! A11*rt . A good program Officers were iS tow, president. n*il. vice elected: Mrs. Mrs. . tfobsqn; Queen . J- E' Clifton; 'leader, Mrs. 3, G. Be- Jewels leader, Mrs. »».. Picks Gooseberries— i Mrs E. C. Sanderson, L' a Trunkhtll, and Mrs. went to Livermore K1 D Wing home Mrs. Jose- 1 t T who had been visiting |WP ' of her daughter. While . Trunkhill who is 83 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hunt and Mr. and Mre. John Huffsmlth, San Diego, Calif., visited from 'Saturday to Sunday at the D. L, Godden home. From here they left for .Minneapolis' and Duluth. and will return here for a visit later. Mr. Hunt is Mrs. Qodden's brother. Malcolm Nelson, Fort Dodge, visited Burt relatives last Thursday. Hla cousin, Hugh McDonald, returned home with them. On Sunday the J. G. McDonalds and Charles Hann drove down to Fort Dodge and brought Hugh home with them. Opal Schrader went to Hampton Saturday to visit at the home ot her uncle, Heine Schrader. On Sunday she accompanied her uncle to Rochester,'Minn., to visit his wife, who is in the hospital there. Ernest Kruger accompanied Charles Morris, Lone Rock, to Forl Dodge Sunday, where they met Mr Kruger's daughter Ruth, who came for a two weeks vacation. She Is employed at Freeport, 111. Lura Bewick and Lottie Hawcott went to Emmetsburg Saturday They also visited at the Grovei Reed home near Whittemore. Francis Reed came back with them and visited Lottie until Sunday evening Mr. and 'Mrs. Q. P. Hawcott am , e , went into the woods 'a two-ctuart pall dt Gibbons was taken last week Monday even- a nervous breakdown. She better. Bernlce Larsen week. She and her son Wallace went to Mason and visited till Sunday with City Mrs to be moved to her par- at Fenton today (Tues- inths, ,, while Mre. Gibbons IB Hawcott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C C. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp, Mrs M. L.. Vlnaas, and her son Lloy went to Des Molnes Friday and brought home a new car, which the Klamps purchased. The Presbyterian Mite society KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA PAGE THROT Other Leflyard. Ray Marquis and his father at- ended a recent 4th annual Jeremiah Smith reunion at the Kendall Young ''ark, Webster City. There were people from five Iowa counties. The Leon "Wardens attended a reunion of the J. B. Worden' family at Algona Sunday. Thirty-five children and grandchildren helped I. B. observe Dad's day. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter and :helr son Elvln drove to Anoka, Minn., Sunday morning to visit Mrs. Carpenter's sister, Mrs. Florence Brndwny, Katie Lelnnd, Riverside, 111., and Flora Scott and a Mr. Woods, of Belvlderc, 111., arrived Sunday to visit the Ed Campbells. The women nre' cousins. The M. E. LIndseys, Fenton, and Mrs. Llndeey's mother, aunt, uncle, and cousin from Corslcana, Tex., spent Friday afternoon at Jesse O'Keefe's. The George Wordens, Dows, visited the Leon Wordens Saturday and then went to Gene Worden's Elmore, for Sunday, children. Alice and Doris Dunham returnee to Waterloo Saturday, after two weeks with their sister, Mrs. D. B Mayer. Naomi and Alma Junkermeier, at tending the State Teachers college spent the week-end with their par ents. The Methodist Aid meets thi, week Thursday in the church basement; Mrs. N. A. Pingel, hostess. Board Proceedings May 13,1931 Auditor's Office, May 13, 1931. Board • of Supervisors ' of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motlln by Funnemark and seconded by Helken that Resolution be adopted including SE 1-4 Sec. 19-94-27 as a mil of Secondary Road District No. 57. (See 'Record Ayes: All. for Resolution.) Attend M«« cal M«*«ng— A T. P*ters and J. G. Clap(attended a meeting of the kes Medical society at Twin Thursday. Dr. Golder me, Chicago, read a paper IjtcWhorter, who lived in I a bby, Is a son of the late Uhorter, who after leaving m ed many years' just. east r Quartet Gives Concert— rgo Male quartette, which sed of theological students , Concorclia Seminary at St. o gave a sacred concert at Ilieran church last Wednes- nlng. Due to the band cen- to a small crowd attended. tve been secured for a con- lAugust 15. I a Bible Conference- lev. S. H. Aten and daugh- ie, took Margaret Morneas 'to ike Monday, where .she is the Bible Conference that [there each year. Margaret jit by the church in apprecl- I her work as teacher in 'the Bible school, which closed Successor is Named— Ichool board recently elected .ndel, Stanhope, to teach I orchestra next year. He : the place of R. E. Tlmmel. I teach in Wisconsin. This i the corps of teachers fpr [Have Left Hurt— 'aul Manors, who have been Tenold, have moved to irk, where Mr. Manor has a. J In a creamery. Mrs. Manor [Bertha Schwletert's daugh- I School Worker Speaks— lev. Thomas Scotton, Cedar [a Sunday school worker, y at the Rev. S. '• H, ne. He spoke to the Bun- meets Wednesday, June 24 at Mrs. Maude Banna's. Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel are assistant hostesses. Arlene Steward accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Steward, and sister Dorothy, Bancroft, to Iowa Falls Saturday, where they visited until Sunday with relatives. Picnic Ends nible School— A two weeks vacation Bible school closed Friday at the Presbyterian church with a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Winsome Valentine is spending a couple of weeks with frlende at Charter Oak. She taugflt there a year or two ago. Howard Chipman and his friend, Bruce Pfeiffer, Mason City, spent the week-end with Howard's parents, the E. O. Chlpmans. Mrs. Niel Nielson, Spencer, came Monday and took her grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Sharp, with her to Llvermore for a short visit. The Le Roy Boettchers left Sunday for ten days of fishing at Nevis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. William Gorman, Wesley, visited Friday evening at Erwin Schwletert's. Mrs. Ace Warner's sister, Mrs. Ed Kerr, Los Angeles, and the latter's husband visited here last week. The Glenn Yahnkes attended a Yahnke reunion at Wells, Minn., lost week Wednesday, 127 present. The Methodist Aid held a bake sale at the Brack store Saturday evening and made $18.50, The Fred Gordons, Flint, Mich., are at William Flynn's. Mrs. Gordon Was Isabelle Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heany, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Harriett Matzener's. Motion by Funnemark and seconded )y iHeiken that compensation of weed commissioners Is hereby fixed at 40c >er hour and 7c per mile for each mile actually traveled as per acts of the 44th General Assembly. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Morris that gravel bid of Paul and Donnelly Is hereby accepted and contract Is hereby awarded to Paul & Donnelly as per terms of bid on Secondary Road Districts Nos. 34 64A, 68, 116, 119, 127, 128, 136, 137, 142, li,fi, 1G7, 158, 159, 160, 161, 1«2, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174 171V 176, 177, 178, and 179. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one o clock p. m. One o'clock p. m.—Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by 'Funnemark and seconded by Helken that request of R. L. Kuhlman for abatement of EOc head tax for 1925 and 1926, Sherman township, is hereby disallowed. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that following refunds, abatements, and suspensions are hereby allowed: That Lu Verne State Bank be abated $01.0!> Consl. Tax, (First National Bank, Titonko, $47.62; Farmers & Traders Savings 'Bank, Bancroft, $31.31; First National Bank, Burt, 167.70; .People's Savings 'Bank, St. (Benedict, $2G.G6; Kossuth County State Bank, $190.15; that the following banks be refunded following amounts: Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, $31.43; People's Savings Bank, St. Benedict, $26.74; Citizens' Savings Bank, Lakota, $14.64; on account of ruling of State Board of Assessment and Review on surplus and undivided profits. That personal property assessment of Bailey & Co., Fenton Inc., for 1930 be reduced from $11,000.00 to $6,600.00 on account of clerical error as recommended by town council. That following taxes be suspended for 1930: Taxes of Olevia Benner on 'Lot ' 1, 'Block 1, Call's ad for $40.76, Wesley, Inc.; taxes of Geo. W. Benner Lots 2, and 3, Block 1, Call's ad, $40.76; and •Bruce Beaman. bounty 3.20 Anton Pannkuk, bounty ... .. ' 1.20 John Pfeffer, bounty 1.80 Harvey Larson, bounty 1.10 Peter Sandt, bounty 1.60 City of Algona, light and water service 54.90 Arthur Wlldln, bounty 3.60 Anton Pannknk, bounty 1.10 Lewis' Wlldln, bounty 3.40 Michael Heiderscheidt, bounty 2.30 Derwood McArthur, bounty ... 1.50 Edward Pannkuk, bounty .. .. 1.20 I. A. Gerdes, assessor 142.00 Fred Wegener, assessor 228.00 L. A. Johnson, assessor 213.00 Glen A. Sharp, assessor 54.00 H. M.'Smith, engineer 300.00 Wm. Bunyard, bounty 3.00 F. J. Balgeman, com. and session ... : 210.18 W. E. McDonald, com. and session .. 218.65 Olaf F»nnemark, com. and session 203.43 Chas. Morris, com. and session 197.08 P. J: Heiken, com. and session 210.11 65.41 7.00 .90 .90 1.10 1.00 1.40 .50 .CO 3.00 Bancroft Register, pub. proc. A. A. Droessler, bounty Wesley H. Meyer, bounty .. Maynard Weigand, bounty William Senne, bounty A. 'Q. Smith, bounty John R. Sleper, bounty Clifford Carlsen, bounty Le Roy Rlcke, bounty J. M. Fleming, board of view 'F. Bestenlehner, board of view . Wm. Roeber, board of revkew H. W. Geelan, board of review Wm. Hlgglns, board of review Herman Krause, board of review ......... ............... Chas. H. Newell, board of review ......................... L. J. Welsbrod, board of review ........................ W. E. Stoeber, board of review ......................... F. J. 'Weisbrod, board of review ............. ; ......... A. H. Krause, board of review G. A. Sharp, board of review. J. M. Blanchard, board of review ......................... L. R. IBbderlck, board of review ......................... Chas. Morris, board of review Frank Flaig, board of review. A. A. Krueger, view board of re- nlors Have Picnic— junior department of the Sunday school enjoyed a It the home of the superln- Mrs. A. G, Volentlne, last londay, • . ; |Nellie Ward, who has been iveral weeks helping care (father, C. R. Reynolds, left •home at Wesslngton Springs, "unday. 1 from the . Smith and Frank Key- feturned last week Tuesday trip to California and Ore- to Gait- land Glenn Kluss and Virgil •have moved to Gait, V have rented a garage. Other Bnrt, ' Mrs. w. T. Peters and Mary Lee returned ; last lieeday from Philadelphia, N «tor Peters attended a «' the American Medical They also visited pr, daughter, Mrs. Gordon [»' Wayne, p a . Little Gor- ""h returned with.'tliem and the rest of the summer • Sarchett, Sheldahl superin- of achools, and his family '« visiting his mother, Mrs. W. Sarchett. They have also | re «tives at Elmore, Fenton, **• Hill. The elder Mrs. I, s ° entertained her son E. I »»«y. and her daughters, I «, Reese and Mrs. Thos. p »lth their families, Sunday granddaughter, Mrs. Mel- SIXLEDYARD FAMILIES AT BIG REUNION Ledyard, June 23 — The annual Engelbart reunion was held last week Wednesday at Iowa'Falls, and 60 persons attended, including the L. A. Nitz family, the Otto Engelbart family, the Fred Logemanns, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, Anita, and Luetta, Mrs. M. Poppy, and Martin Engelbarts. This picnic has been held for the last three years at Siloam Springs, Iowa Falls, but next year it will take 'place at Pine Lake, Eldora. . Many Attend McGllllgun Funeral— A number of Ledyard friends attended the Merle McGilligan funeral at Bancroft, last Thursday morning: Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. May'ne,. I«eon Worden, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curtis, the L. W. Weimers, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. M. Till- money, Mr. Simmonsmeler, and Mesdames West, Locke, Jergenson, and Selfert; Aid Guest of 8. C. Aid— The Methodist Aid members here were guests of the Methodist Aid at Swea City last week Wednesday afternoon. A program was given, and lunch was served to 170. Attending from here were Meedames Mayer, her Bister, Alice Dunham, Waterloo, Thompson, Barrett, Womack, Neister, Kelley, Burrows, Howard and Jos..Mayne, and the latter's daughters Alice and Lois. 3 Families to Out ton Reunion— The 25th annual Button reunion was held at Algona Saturday, with 117 present, the largest attendance in,.the history of these events. A history:of the family was read and a short program given. There was also a ball game. The Leon Wardens, the Ed Campbells, and the Clifton Engelbys attended. Fifteen to Buffalo Center Ald-^ Buffalo Center entertained the lo•cal Methodist women at a guest day The George Thompsons spent Sunday with the Everett Greibels, Renwick. Mrs. C. Giles, Des Molnes, and a son are visiting the parental Jesse O'Keefes. Harold Granner, of Paton, came Friday for a few days at A. E. Lau- rltzen's. The Rev. Mr. Depping and his family visited in South Dakota last week. The Rev. Father Sturm returned Friday from retreat at Sioux City. The Chester Duttons, Dows, spent Sunday evening at Leon Worden's. Mary Adams is visiting her sister, Vanetta Engelby. William Weimer spent the weekend at Redding. News o£ Our Neighbors FIRST BAND CONCERT AT BURT IS GIVEN— (Held from last week.) BURT—The first band concert of this season was given last Wednes- day'evening. Orville Stow has been secured ,as 'leader. The band at present consists of only 14 members—George and Edwin Manus, Willard Stow, Arnold Koeetler, Myron Chipman, Albert Manus, Paul Dettnmn, Elmer Ewoldt, Fred Lavrenz, J. G. Thaves, John Schwletert, James Powers, and George Schroeder. . The band will play each Wednesday evening during the summer months. .-.• • MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER HONORS PORTLAND GIRL— (Held from last week.) BURT—Mrs. Lewis Larsen gave a miscellaneous shower last Friday afternoon at her home for Leta Sparring, who makes her home with the Martin Larsens in Portland township. About 20 ladies were present and Miss Sparring received many lovely gMte. Miss Sparring is to marry Bernard Phelps in the near future. Four generations of two families—the Newvilles and Stows—were represented. METHODISTS AT WESLEY OPEN BIBLE SCHOOL— personal taxes of Geo. W. Benner, Wesley Inc. Taxes of. Mrs. Carrie Thompson on Lot 7, Block 6, Cook's 1st ad Swea City for 1930 on account of inability to pay and as per recommendation of Town Council. Ayes: All. Motion by aidDonald and seconded by Funnemark that following Soldiers' exemptions be allowed: Nellie Mae Stahl Blarteau, nurse's exemption on M 1-3 of Lot 1, Block 2, Nicholson's second ad to Burt In the sum of $17.11 Consl. tax to be abated, and $1.90 to be refunded. Olga 'B. Wortman, $500.00 soldier's exemption of 'Lot 1, 'Block 17, Lakota Incorp., be abated In sum of $17.37. That Julia IF. Brace be allowed $3,000.00 soldier's exemption for 1931 on lot beginning at SW corner Block 77, South 4 rods, E 8 rods, North 4 rods, West to beginning, Algona In- corp. That Mrs. Mary E. Shanor be allowed $3,000.00 soldier's exemption for 1931 on Lot 1 and East 50 feet Lot 2, Murtagh's addition to Burt Inc. That Nellie Mae Stahl- Barteau be allowed $500.00 nurses' exemption for 1931 on M 1-3 of Lot 1, Block 2 Nicholson's Second ad to (Burl. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Morris that Heiken be appointed as a committee to have repairs made on Drainage Districts Nos. 3-27-31-6080-82-90-102-111-125-151. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by iMorris that Funnemark be appointed as a. committee to make repairs on Dr. 4 and H-K 4-56. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Morris that Balgeman be appointed as a committee to make repairs on Drain 95. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and secopd- ed by Heiken that County Auditor of Kossuth County be Instructed to transfer $75.00 from Hancock-IKossuth- Wrlght 61-1-145 Drainage District to Wright county on H-K-W, 61-1-145. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m., May 20, 1931. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. May26Tl931 Auditor's Office, One O'clock !P. M., May 20, 1931. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth Henry J. Kohlhaas, weed commissioner Chas. (Haas, assessor O. W. iBferggren, assessor .... R. F. Hawcott, assessor A. E. Michel, right of way claims Leon Merritt, coroner Matt Parrott i& Sons Co., supplies Fidlar & Chambers Co., supplies Frye Mfg. Co., supplies Klipto Loose Leaf Co., sup- gent C. R. I. & P. R'y Co., freight ... 274.05 Ity of Algona, light and water service 13.54 o. Recorder, Esthefvllle, rec. deed .: 1.66 . M. & St. P. & P. R'y Co., freight 4.9t ohn Phillips, dragging 99.20 anres M. Moore, labor 83.85 ohn Hanselman, patrol 132.25 le Gertlls, patrol 73.50 'eter Movlck, patrol 100.00 . F. Qulnn, patrol 110.40 Uton Pettlt, patrol 94.00 'hester Alme, patrol 79.10 Hans W. Nielsen, patrol 98.00 ^ca'r Baring, patrol 127.50 Vlll Leeper, patrol 87.85 3d ward Fuchsen, patrol 100.00 Vllllam O. Ludwlg, patrol .... 106.40 D. McDonald, patrol 105.40 H. Montgomery, patrol .... 106.40 :iyde Sanders, patrol 33.25 ohn S. Nelson, patrol 100.40 21mer Ewlng, patrol 115.05 ~om Weir, patrol ' .. 90.80 'earley C. Haynes, patrol .. .. Vilbur A. iFIsher, patrol .. .. J. A. Lamoreux, patrol Otto Kenne, road work Claren.ce 'A. Elbert, road work 'rancis N. Elbert, labor Elbert, labor ule of Claims" hereinbefore written as p(r vote on each Individual bill. Ayes: 'All. On motion Board adjourned "Sine Die." BERTHA B. JOHNSON, •County Auditor. June 8, 1931 Auditor's Office, June 8, 1931. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met In regular session with all members present and proceeded to' read minutes of last regular session and nil adjourned sessions. On motion by McDonald and seconded by Morris that minutes of last regular session and all adjourned sessions be approved as read. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Morris that J. M. Moore, F. A. Corey, an H. M. Smith, County Engineer, be appointed as commissioners to make 87.50 101.35 126.60 52.00 58.60 62.40 . . .. 119.85 'oe M. Esser, painting 88.00 Wm. A. Elbert, painting 68.00 : oseph iLoebach, dragging .... 21.37 fulian J. Arndorfer, dragging. 15.00 Christ "Berg, dragging 18.75 John Frlderes, dragging 10.60 John Hufkes, drag 13.50 Charles TJlfers, drag 24.00 ?. X. Wilhelmi, drag 32.25 Flandolph Johnson, dragging . 13.85 John Rodmaker, dragging — 22.50 John A. Sleper, drag 21.75 assessments on Secondar tricts Nos. 34, 64A, 68, lit, ... 136, 137, 142, 156, 167, IBS, 159, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, ary Road Dis- 116, 119, 127, 128, " — 160, 161, 169, 170, Joe J. Clnk, drag. Frank Dlers, drag. ... Jay D. Graham, drag. E. iRi. Intermlll, drag. 3.00 30.00 15.75 16.68 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179. Ayes: All. (See Record for Resolution.) Motion by McDonald and seconded by Helken that County Auditor Is hereby authorized to call for bids on Dr. Dist. No. 178 fixing July 7, 1931, at 2:30 p. m. as time for .receiving bids. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per Schedule of claims hereinafter written: SOHEDU.LE O'F CLAIMS COUNTtY FUND Northwestern Btell Tel. Co., tel, service Alfred Nelson Jr., bounty . ... Bertha E. Johnson, adv. bounty, etc John Alke, bounty Irwln Pannkuk, bounty Springfield T,wp.; Increased 16%.. MULES OB JENNIES 3 YEARS otl> OR OVER Buffalo Twp., increased 8%. Lincoln Twp., Increased 6%. Lotts Creek Twp,, decreased 6%. Lu Verne Twp., Increased 5%. YEiAlR OLD W. F. MdFarland, drag 18.15 plies Omaha School Supply Co., supplies Johnson-Randolph Co., supplies '.. ..^ Crescent Ptg. Co., supplies .... Peterson Studio, pictures of prisoners, clmd. $30; allowed 0.20 163.75 4.75 67.00 5.50 7.40 50.49 7.00 27.50 82.00 46.34 10.20 5.11 Frank Rlebhoff, drag 11.25 A. M. Gustafson, drag 15.00 Henry Heldeeker, drag 31.25 Arthur R: Zlelske, drag 25.50 Maynard Sohn, drag 30.25 John Simmons, drag 13.50 A. E. Weaver, drag 31.87 Holcomb & Wallentine, drag. . 26.2S Sam Weaver, drag •.... 24.fX> Henry iF. Hofbauer. drag.. — 7.50 Walter J. Dutton, drag., elmd. $64.25; allowed 62.25 >F. G. Darnell, drag 30.00 Melvln Cody, drag 18.38 Fred Bntterfleld, drag 13.50 Sam Harr, drag 15.75 H. A. Atlams, drag 30.00 W. P. Vaske, drag. 17.63 Albert Wittkopf, drag 16.52 Hich Potratz, drag 37.50 Albert Kressin, drag 15.00 A. D. Butterfield, drag-. 9.00 Walter Bierstedt, drag 8.25 John Blum, drag 19.60 Loren 'Biyers, drag 24.55 Jay Godden, drag 21.00 Crawford Bros., drag 12.00 iFrank R. Shipley, drag. 12.36 Andrew J. Heinen, drag 11.25 Clarence Green, drag 8.25 Peter N. Thilges, drag 22.03 Louis Scott, drag 12.38 Leo G. .Stutler, drag 21.75 Leonard Mino, dragging 12.00 T. >F. Wickwlre, drag 3.00 Julian Wolders, drag. ..: 27.00 Mervln Gray, bounty R. F. Hawcott, col. road poll tax D. W. Grippen Co., supplies .. Acres-BIackmar Co., supplies . INSANE FUND L. E. Hovey, exp. of conveyance COURT (FUND M. c. Grier, reporter W. C. Danson, J. P. fees .. .. L. E. Hovey, sheriff fees .. .. W. A. Cameron. J. P. fees .... POOR .FUND Northwestern B'ell Tel. Co., tel. service Kennedy 'Bros. Co., provisions. J. 'Bruer, provisions Daniel Lichllter, provisions . Wm. N. Vogel Store, provisions H. M. Notestlne, rent Mrs. Ben Rushton, rent C. W. Lundqulst, med. aid, clmd. $10.08; allowed W; T. Trainer,. provisions, clmd. $9.00;; allowed C4.60 1.00 37.45 1.80 .70 .m Lu Verne Twp., decreased Springfield Twp., Increased 24%. HEIFERS 2 YEARS OLD Eagle Twp., Increased 22%. Plum Creek Two 1 ., decreased 5<#,. ' Rlverdale Twp., decreased 4%. Sprlngf|p]d Twp., decreased 7%. STT2BRS 1 YEAR OLD Fenton Twp., decreased 5%. Hebron Twp., decreased 14%. Lotts Creek, decreased 7%, Springfield Twp., Increased 41%. STEERS 2 YEARS OLD Eagle Twp., increased 22%, Fenton Twp., increased 46%. < Harrison Twp., Increased 12%. 'Irvington Twp., increased 8%. ' Prairie Twp., Increased 29%. Springfield Twp., Increased 22%. •Union Twp., Increased 6%. Whittemore Twp., increased .17%. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris 'and seconded of Funnemark that final estimates on Secondary Road Districts 167, 159, an* 161 of Paul & Donnelly are hereby, approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded! by Helken that resolution be adopted on payment of, balance due on final estimate of M. T. Huso on Drain 177. Ayes: All. (See 'Record for Resolution). Twelve o'clock noon.— On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m., ' BERTHA F.. JOHNSON, County Audltofh Life in Kossuth County. Ma>-y K. Sands, labor C A. Samson, labor 15.00 5.35 258.55 8.07 20.00 30.00 2.00 Edwarcl Hagge, drag 24.38 Koch Brothers, supplies H. N. Kruse, exp. account ... L. B. 'Hovey, board and lodging prls 174.SO Wm. Shirley, expense 113.33 — ~ - * ' 78.00 7S.00 1 First National Bank Tltonka, safe Fyr-'Fyter Co., supplies .. .... Advance Pub. Co., supplies & 25.00 14.40 proc 123.86 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies.'. "'""' 1S9.64 61.00 1.10 1.50 L. H. Junkermeier, drag 34.12 Ubbe Winter, dragging 33.00 Ubbe Winter, labor 12.40 Kenneth Dftsworth, grading .. 38.50 iLeo Delperdang, road work .. 69.50 'Kennedy Bros., labor assign... "40.00 Johan Anderson, labor ... '.... 38.44 Frank iL. Miller, light .serv. O. W. Benstrom, supplies .. T. B. ERADICATION FUND Andrew Godfredson, cattle in- dem C. R. Schoby, cattle indem. .. A. B. Schenck, cattle Indem.. John Frankl, cattle Indem Louis Goetz, cattle indem A. G. Schultz, cattle Indem. . J. T. Walte; vet. serv ......... .ROAiD CONSTRUCTION FUND Bauck Construction Co., grad- MR. COHUtASSEU A HEM If- X Connie Doyle, painting 45.50 Hlgley Chemical Co., supplies Kohlhaas Hdw., supplied .. .. Lalng & Muckey, supplies .... Norton Machine Works, supplies 19.45 Oscar' Norman, labor 8.75 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 4.70 Haggard & Backus, publishing proc. ... 134.71 Laura Paine, postage and box • rent 4.11 Hill Butter Tub & Supply C°-i supplies 7.30 COURT FUND Matthew C. Grier, court reporter 25.50 C. Behrmann, J. P. fees 8.00 Carl Dalhauser, marshal 10.42 L. E. Hovey, sheriff 362.18 •AVm. F. Gronbach, palntnig Joe Heiderscheidt, labor E. J. Da hi, dabor Albert Bkeberg, labor .-. Oliver Ewlng. labor Jos. Bestenlehner, labor A. E. Michel, outlet charge .. E. J. Palmer, road work .. .. Emmet Paetz, labor 'Bennie Leeck, labor Alfred Ditsworth, grading .. . Henry Henrlkson, tile Elmore Cement & Tile Co., tile 'F. S. Norton & Son, supplies. Albert Schlltz, land for road.. Chrischilles & Herbst, supplies Algona Ins. Agency, ins Beecl Hardware, supplies .. .. Kohlhaas Hdw., supplies .. .. Hovey & Pehrson, supplies ... C. 'S. Johnson, supplies J. S. Schultz, supplies ., ing project No. 3 ............ 1260.00 Bauck Construction Co., grading- project No. 4 ........... 292.50 Bauck Construction Co., grading project No. 13 .......... Bauck Construction Co., grad- Clark Orton, clerk POOR FUND Elinor T. Sutton, transp Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service Elinor T. Sutton, transp. .. .. Elinor T. Sutton, transp Elinor T. Sutton, transp R. A. .Clark, prov. 4.50 10.00 (Held from last week.) WESLEY—A* two weeks' Bible school will be held at the Methodist church, beginning Monday. There will be a forenoon session, only. Pearl Steven, Sexton, will be instructor, and she will be assisted by the Misees Maurlne Hansen, Erma .Ward, and Dorothy Kraus. LUTHERANS AT WHITTEMORE HAVE PICNIC SUNDAY— (Held rrom last week.)' WHITTEMORE — A Lutheran picnic at the Albert Vaudt grove Sunday drew a large crowd. After a program two kittenbajl games were played. The Lutheran T. P. S. boys' team played a Lu Verne team and Lu Verne won, 12-1. Alfred and here also. latter's irtk ? chroe(J ers .have news ° twln srandsons, town - and - to Mrs. formerly Annetta >rhe Bartletts have np last Thursday, and 15 women from here went over: Mesdames Howard Mayne, Pingel, Burrows, Barrett, Mayer, Thompson, -Bert Seifert, Womack, Curtis, Brack, O'Keefe, Yahnke and Weimer, and Alice Dunham, Waterloo. B«4'» Celebrated— In honor bath of Mrs. Gus Ander- eon's birthday and Dad's day, all the Anderson children were at the parental home: Evelyn Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, and a daughter, all of Chicago; the Elmer Andersons, Clarksvifle; and the peorge Jacobsons, Matawan, Minn. Attend* Big Masonic Event— _ Mrs. W. G. Weinberger went to relatives 0. visit her Masonic , Ames. : W h.«re a girls- 4-H, club; con- Minneapolis Monday -to husband and attend a celebration Tuesday- A the celebration was to b representing 48^ states. Shower Honor, Laura A large number of friends gathered $Fre4 Jfcrnell* last Thursday tor » miscellaneous pre-nuptlal ejiower for Laura Darnell, who Js soon to be married. Meyer pitched the first four innings for Whittemore, after which he plawed second and Herbert Vaudt pitched. The Whittemore girls also played the Lu Verne girls, Lu Verne again winning. 9-2. . There was a new line-up for the local girls. FORMER IX VERNE GIRL WEDS AT HUMBOLDT— (Held from last 'week.) LU VERNE—A wedding of interest to Lu Verne people took place last Thursday at the Methodist parsonage at Humboldt, when Mrs. Ethel Barnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Amspoker, formerly Lu Verne, became the bride of Paul L. Emrie, Dakota City. The ceremony was performed by' the Rev. J. J. Share, and Mr.* and Mrs. W. W- Rappie of Humboldt, were attendants. Mrs. Emrie has been Humboldt county recorder for some time, Mr. Erorie, who is* a brother of Mrs. Paul Blumer, Lu Verne, is an attorney at Humboldt. The couple will live on the Emrie farm, WHITTEMORE PEOPLE ATTEND BIO RAW-? AT GARNERr- - (Held from tot week.) WHITTEMORB - TT JUuwerans here attended a rally at St. John's Lutheran church, Garner, Sunday. The Rev. H. P. Stahmer, FalrvlUe, preached at morning services. A cold dinner was pwved at npon, ajwj the afternoon <**«» were A hot " county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McPonald that engineer's report on Dr. 84 filed January 22, 1931, Is hereby approved arid adopted and County Auditor Instructed to have notice published calling for bids, fixing June 8, 1931, at 2 p. m., as time for receiving bids. (See Record for Resolution). Ayes: All. • Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that Resolution be adopted confirming assessments on increased assessments on Drain 178. Ayes: All. (See Record for Resolution). Motion by Morris and seconded by Helken that construction bond of Paul and Donnely on following gravel projects 34, 64A, 68, 116, 119, 127, 128, 136, 137, 142, 166, 157, 158, 159, .160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167. 168, 169, 170, in 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 18,, 179, both inclusive, is hereby approved. Ayes: Motion by (Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that following assessor bonds, each in the sum of $500.00, are hereby approved: L. A. Johnson, Ihno A. Gerdes, and 'Fred C. Wegener. Ayes: All. ,, „ ,. Motion by Morris and seconded by Heiken that soldier's exemption of Floyd Bilsborough on Lot 6, Block 57, O, P., Algona, for 1931, and, John J.'Berman on Lot S, Block 4, Original Plat Bancroft Inc., for 1931, are hereby allowed, and County Auditor Instructed to credit same as provided by law. Ayes: All. On motion Stoard adjourned to nine o'clock a. m.. June 2, 1931. BERTHA E, JOHNSON, County Auditor. June 2, 1931 Auditor's Office, June 2, 1931. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Board proceeded to audit and allow Motion by Morris and seconded by Heiken that bond of Glenn A, 'Sharp, 46.65 25.00 14.19 7.00 25.66 •Herman Vflae, prov 44.88 Merrill Bros., prov 40,12 Benedict's Store, prov 9.13 Tlce Brack, prov 15.00 D. B. IFrederickson, prov E.OO Ellis .Runchey, prov 6.00 Steve's Cash Grocer}', prov. ... 18.00 Hood's Cash Store, prov 28.22 Paul Grames, prov 2.00 A. A. Droessler, prov 15.41 20.00 82.00 45.50 5.00 4.00 8.40 87.50 40.<10 23.75 18.40 1.75 141.50 18.17 97.50 107.00 10.00 1.25 100.00 13.60 4fi.S7 7.97 4.00 _ -_ 7.5* Frank"F'lalg.' supplTes '.'.'. ..... 23.35 Hill Butter Tub & Supply Co., supplies 74.73 P. 'C. Dahl, supplies 7.30 1080.00 ., ing project No. 12 ........... 1080.00 J. V. Elbert, grading project No. 2 .......................... 585.00 J. V. Elbert, grading project No. 15 ........................ 292.50 J. V. Elbert, grading project No. 16 .......................... 180.00 Peter Fandel, gravel ......... 175.00, Herman Gles, checking gravel 40.00 Wm. Ristau, checking gravel. 61.20 •ROA'D MAINTENANCE "FUND Agent M. & St. L. R'y 'Co., frt. 250.10 Agent C. & N. W. R'y Co., freight .„ .................... 2.31 Agent C. R. I. & P. R'y Co., freight ....................... C.4S Railway Express Agency, express ......................... 1.22 C. C. Anderson, dragging .. .. 36.8: John Geerdes, dragging ....... 23.35 Wyot Stott, dragging ........ 17.25 E. J. Laabs, dragging ........ • 12.00 Calvin Householder, road patrol ... ........ . ..... ......... Ed Llchter, labor "THAT AIMV50 IMPOBTAMY- SA/HAT I WAWT "TO WMOW IS VJHEW A HEM CACVU.ES IS SHE , 'HE IMPORTANT THlNCr To :KNOW ABOUT COA.L-- IS i IT-HIGH (jRAOE -OR- i ORDINARY- BETTER CAL.1 A. H. Hundeby, supplies 9.20 Smith. Deparment Store, provisions Geo. Hansen, supplies 10.08 Wesley Auto Co., supplies ... 20.45 Wesley Auto Co., supplies .. .. 49.10 Lease & Lease, supplies 9.00 Kohlhaas Bros., supplies .. .. 1.05 Aug. Klrschbaum, supplies ... 4.50 Tire Service Co., supplle .. .. 2.65 Iowa State Highway Comm. supplies 8.88 Clapp's Master Service, supplies ... ••• 33.10 •M. M.'Morrow, supplies 722.30 IFort Dodge Steel & Foundry Co., supplies 15.50 Fyr-Fyter Co., supplies ....... 8.00 B. Boyd, provisions 45,18 San horn's Store, provisions .. ' "" E. A. Hansen, provisions .. .. Zumach's Sanitary Market, provisions 40.00 Jos. iF. Menke, provisions " "" 5.37 35.00 6.20 Garfleld Erickson, provisions 6.10 Algona Co-op. Creamery Co., provisions Alma Armstrong, provisions... Art Johnson, provisions A. 'W. Jurgens, provisions .... Alma Armstrong; provisions.. J. P. Schlssel & Son, coal .... 'Botsford Lumber Co., coal .... Burt 'Farmers Exch., coal .... E. Ross, rent 12.00 C. G. Dourte, rent 10,00 Mrs. John Spilles, rent ... ..... \ 16.00 R. M. Wallace, med. aid .. v ~- ™ J. G. Clapsaddle, med. aid J. A. Devlne, med. aid 6.58 6.00 l.SO E.09 4.96 22.69 1.10 5.25 ... S. R. Bowen, supplies ... ...... 40.90 E. J. Gllmore et-al, tiling .. .. S.17 Joe Kramer, labor 4.10 Joe Greenberg, supplies 39.50 Norton Machine Works, sup- 157.9a 2.00 piles F. S. Norton '& Son. coal Hill Butter Tub & Supply Co., supplies •• ••• Economy Welding Works, supplies Haggard & 'Backus, pub. notices ••• Gibbs-Cook Tractor & Equip, supplies John Lucas & Co. Inc., supplies H. Channon Co., supplies M. & St. L. iR/y Co., freight... Phillips Petro. Co., gasoline .. Standard• Oil Co., gasoline .... Phillips Petro. 'Co., gasoline .. Peerless Oil Co., gasoline .. .. Gibbs-Cook Tractor <& Equip. Co., supplies ' .. Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co., supplies H. Channon Co., supplies .. .. John Bohr, labor Champlin Refining Co., supplies i DRAINAGE FUND Dr. 9— Humboldt Gravel & Tile Co., supplies Dr. 84- Wesley News-World, pub. notice Dr. 89- C. K. Johnson, labor Dr. 177— Keuffel & Eseer Co., supplies 31.20 24.00 1.78 89.51 45.97 B..73 629.53 9.19 378.31 88.28 2.50 363.78 6.24 20.85 69.30 6.21 F.S.NORTON </50N MATERIALS ronRUILDIHG is FUELS, r on HEATING PHONE Z29 ALGOH1 Everything to Build With and the Fuel to Heat It. 3.00 40.70 1202.58 23.25 2S6.76 6.00 9.50 Walter Fraser,""medr aid 69.75 Kenefick & Crawford, med. aid 34.50 J. W. McCreery, med. aid ... 91.00 Pierre Sartor, med. aid 18.00 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care, clmd. IU1.35; allowed ... ... 106.35 Mrs, John Murray, care ' 20.00 C. M. Knudsen, care ... 14.00 Augusta Kinney, care Elinor T. Sutton, exp ,, Mrs. Anna Cayler, allowance. Merritt (Funeral Home, fun. exp <•• •L. T. Griffin, serv. notice .... Donald Weir, supplies ... ..... 4.64 Kohlhaas Bros., supplies .... 6.00 Mrs. Hattle Liehliter, prov. .. 8.00 A. E.JPasley, rent .-^ _•_•»,-_ 16.00 27.00 16.81 28.00 66.00 2.50 Barton-Warner Co., supplies DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. 9— _„ Elmo Barber, labor v.J» Otto Kenne, labor 24.00 Henry iFlotner, labor •. 13,W Joe Heiderscheidt, labor .... 21.00 •Dr 27— Elmore Cement & Tile Co., tile '. *- w R. H. Finnell. labor ... ... .. 34-«> iFullerton Lbr. Co., tile and assessor, for $600.00 proved. Ayes^ All. Is hereby ap- 3.20 Karl'R. Hoffman, rental work Kathryn Haag, meals and lodging . ... ' Hill Butter Tub & Supply Co., supplies ... , «.I* Laing & Muckey, labor 3.25 M. D. Riley, trucking ... ..... 2.00 Howard Strayer, labor ....•••• Nw-J? P S. Norton & Son, supplies, 166.6& . >Fred Park, supplies a» Dr. L. W. Fox, vet 31,00 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 77.76 •Fairmont Nurseries, trees 92.40 On motion (Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. . One o'clock p. m.—Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that all .bids be rejected for maintenance garage, and County Auditor Is hereby instructed to re- advertise' for bids fixing July 7th, 1931, at 2 o'clock p. m. as time for rer celvlng bids. Ayes:, All. . Motlonby IFunneraark and seconded by McDonald that following weed commissioners are hereby appointed on account of various township trustees and town councils having railed to make appointments as provided by law: Grant Township-tttoy B. Hall. iCresco townshlp-«3eo. Brown. Eagle Township, Harrison Township, <(Peter Lopft. Plum Creek Township—Alfred J«r- Township—John Gelsheck- er swea Township—Louis Thoreson. Algona Incorp.—Jesse (Lashbrook. Bancroft Incorp.—Carl Dahlhauser. Lone Rock Inc.—Jim Ackernmn. Swea Citx-S. V. Carter. proceeded with the of bills a» per Lalng & Muokey, labor 2.95 Kohlhaas Hdw., supplies .. .. M. M. Morrow, supplies ....... B. L. Hansen, provisions .. .. Thaves Sisters, provisions .... Roy Haag, care of sick ... ... (Iowa Children's Home Society, board and clothing ... 26.78 Harold Mansun, supplies 10.91 11.76 15.93 15.00 3.00 cement Dr. 62— IFullerton Lumber Co., supplies ,' ••• Dr. 69- F H. Lathrop, rodman .. .. A. E. Michel, engineer .. ... Ray A. Marquis, supplies and labor Frank Welch, labor Dr. 84— •F. H. 'Lathrop, rodman ... .. A E. Michel, engineer Matt Laux, repairs ... Haggard & Backus, pub. notice •• •••• Dr. 95- 2.05 aw 22.75 53.00 42.00 26.00 3.50 46.00 8.50 8.15 1.20 •Elmer Vessels, labor "• & M Botsford Lumber Co., supplies Willis Vessels, labor Tom iPeterson, pt. estimate.. 5.00 292.26 . . , No 14 . • • ...... • ......... 810.00 A. Schultz Estate, gravel pit.. 677.50 ROAD CONSTRUCTION Agt M. & St. L. R'y Co., frt.. J. v. Elbert, grading project . at fi-W, 8»d at 6:80 a tour arO«wJ MtfP. . Joseph Schaller, gravel pit Milton McFadden, rodman Don T. Nugent, asst. engr. . E. Hovey, cost 1176.00 73,50 175.00 66.35 250.00 Fr'Hr Lathrop,'rodman ....'. 26.25 'A. E. Michel, engineer 61.00 Clem Goodman la.bor ... .... 124.16 RESOLVED: That the County Auditor is hereby ordered and directed to Issue warrants for all bills allowed at this meeting as shown by the "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written as per vote on each individual bill. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m,—Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that contract for repairs on Dr. 84 la hereby awarded to Cipra Dredging Co., of Albert Lea, Minn., as per terms of bid. Ayes; All. (See (Record for Resolution.) Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that IHeiken is hereby appointed as a committee to have repairs made on Dr. 4, 60, 80, 88, 152, 165, 166, and Sub 8 of Dr. 60. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Morris that County Auditor is hereby instructed to have notice published fixing time for hearing on final estimates on labor and material contract* on Pr. 178 at 10 o'clock a, m. June 17, 1931. Ayes; All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that application of Neal 'Smith for 12,600.00 school fund loan is hereby approved subject to approv-i Ing opinion of County Attorney. Ayes: All.. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by IHeiken that County Auditor Is hereby requested to notify iL. E. Hovey, Sheriff of Kossuth county, to demand the keys for the Jail from the City Officials at Algona, dowa., Ayes: Motion by -Fuhnemark and seconded by Heiken that the following real ear tate valuations for year 1931 be and are hereby equalized as follows: Increase Decrease Buffalo Twp. SHULTZ' REC1AL CLINIC VMBILAST PBOCTOLOGY Piles (hemorrhoids) cured without operation. Oth«C rectal conditions. , Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218.219-220 First National Bank Bid*. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa Elmore Cement & tile Tile Co., 26.00 A!" ji'Lawler,''repairs 29.60 Albert Schiltz,. labor 5.00 (Dr. 132— , i on Matt Laux, repairs •• •• i- 8 ** ".Frank" Welch, labor 14.0" Ray A. Marquis, labor 33.00 •Frank Welch, labor ...... ., 8.00 Ray A.'Marquis, labor . . , .. . Connecticut Mut. Life Ins. C,, tender of G. P ...... . ... ... 1118.60 Mrs. Agnes Seeley, rlght-of- •p, V a r Norton "&' Son! "supplies Fullerton Lbr. Co., supplies F. A. Drone, labor ....... Bauck Const, Co., labor ...... 82.50 Wilson Concrete Co., supplies. 106.00 Wilson Concrete Co.. supplies '•"* Concrete Materials Corp., sup- Wheeler '' 'lumber' Bridge & Supply 'Co- supplies Bauck Const. Co., labor .. ••• -*y*Knovrtes_* Ces Moln|| ten: p.f Claims hereinafter writ-! 6C8EQULBOFCLAIMS 78.1? 1041.93 91.00 A. Marquis, labor 4.00 irw*y ^*« «*«*•*M 1 **"! *«•*•»-*• - • • - - - A /i/v Frank Wel°h> labor 2.00 E. JTpalmer, dup. warrant.. 6.50 Pr. 172— .„. Matt Laux, repairs <*•»> 10.00 Pr. 177— A. B. Michel, engineer Humboldt Gravel & Tile Co,, supplies est. No. 5 .••••• ••• Kelt & Halvorson, estimate . A. B. Michel',"enifinMr"..' ... »•<» F H. Lathrop. rodman 4-3» Haggard & 'Backus, pub. notices S - 6Q Sub t of 26— , " RKK Matt Laux, repairs ......... 6.60 ^R&y A. Marquis, supplies 'and labor •• ™™ . Burt Township Cresco Twp Bagle Twp. ... . Fenton Twp. . .. Garfleld Twp. German Twp Grant Twp. ... Greenwood Twp. Harrison Twp Hebron Twp. Irvington Twp. ... Ledyard Twp, ., Lincoln Twp. Lotts Creek Twp Lu Verne Twp. , Plum Creek Twp. Portland Twp. Prairie Twp. ..... Ramsey Twp. Riverdale Twp. ..Seneca Twp. ... Sherman Twp Springfield Twp. . YELLOW PENCIL withtlw 2' 10^ "1... 6% 10% 3% 3% 8% 6% 2<& 4% 4% 4% 8% Ottlce. JHAJ ;o. Board of Supervised ot county. IPS* wet j>u,rswwjt tournment. With aft member* **Kotlon by Ifclfcen — the* psiaonal --------- - B-K No. 3. Michel, .engineer Twp. Unoln Twp ........... ; 6% Wesley Twp. ..... . ..,1% Wihittemore Twp. . ..... 5<3{and that equalizing of personal property valuation is hereby oonWnV^ * r June 10th. 1931, at 9 o'clock a, m Ayea: AH. On motion "Board adjourned to nin,e o'clock a- m. June 10, 193t , BERTHA Rrj County Juneol931, GQUUI 30-YEAR CONSTIPATION ••For 30 years I had a bad stoi^* • acb and constipation, Souring fofflft, from stomach chpked me _Slne«" taking Adlerirfa I am a new- -voni* an. Constipation> Is a thing l pf th£ past,"—Alice Burns. '•. Most remedies reach on)y UWfV, bowel. That is why yo,»j »ust take them often. But, this simple German remedy Adlerika wash?* BOTH upper $nd lower brings out all gas and poison you would never in your system. Eveij will "surprise yoij.r-E. Druggist |t " yp^'ijf W<

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