Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1931 · Page 8
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**OB BIGHT FENTON DOWNS WHITTEMORE IN FAST GAME Fenton, July 28—The Whittemore ball 'team lost a hard fought battle Sunday on Its own diamond to Fenton, 2 to 5. This was somewhat of s revenge game on Fenton's part, for "VVhlttemore had won In a previous game and claimed to have an unbeatable team. Alderson, on the mound lor Fenton, worked like- a veteran and never was In trouble. He was sup-ported by errorless fielding and good hitting. Whittemore scored two runs in the second on two hits and a walk, and Fenton scored four in the fourth and one In the seventh. Two Birthdays Arc Celebrated— •Ellen Carlson and her uncle, Charles Olson, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, Ringsted, the Rev. and "Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyer, and C. H. Humphrey were entertained at C. G. Humphrey's Friday night, the occasion being the birthdays' of Mrs. Meyers and C. O. Humphrey. The Rev. Mr. Snyder administered the rite of baptism to the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey. 8M Humphrey Itlrtlidiir Obsprvml— In honor of her son Sidney Bruce, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey entertained 17 of his little playmates on his fourth birthday Monday. The children spent the afternoon at games,' after which refreshments were served by Mrs. Humphrey, who wn« assisted by her mother, Mrs. G. D. Miller, of Ringsted, and Mrs. A. H. Meyer. LEDYARD CAST TO GIVE HOME TALENT PLAY Lodyard, July 28 — Next week Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at he H. S. auditorium some of the ing people will give a home talent play, Mrs. Tubbs of Shanty- ows, under the auspices of the Methodist Aid. It will be directed >y V. A. Barrett, and following .is he cast: Mrs. Mollie Tubbs, sunshine of hantytown, Mrs. 'Barrett. Miss Clingie Vine, her lady boarder, Mrs. Roy Link. Mrs. Ellen Hickey, neighbor who lates to gossip, Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Maydelle Campbell, pretty young school teacher, Mrs. Edward Cnoner. Simon Rubbels, Corner grocer ooking for a wife, Elvin Carpenter. Tom Riordan, young census-taker, Villiam Wlomer. Queenle Sheba Tubbs, age 12, 3dith Logan. Methusalem Tubbs (Scuffles), age 1, James Logan. Tubbs, age 7, El- Kerna Entertain nt Dinner:— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern entertained relatives .at a picnic dinner at their farm home (southwest of town Sunday. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Xellis, Renwick, daughter Rosemary; the Melvin Kerns, Bancroft; Mrs. .lay Woods, Gowrte; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Weisbrod and grandson, Wayne Alderson. Many AUt-ml Fjilrvllle r'cstlval— Mission festival services were held at St. Jonn'fi Lutheran church at Fairville Sunday. The Rev. Walter Discher, Marshalltown, was speaker in the morning; the Rev. J. Berham y Fort Dodge, in the afternoon. A large number of members of the Fenton -church attended. Billy Blossom vood Green. Victoria Hortensia Tubbs (Punky Dunks), age 3, Delores Mayne. Elmira Hickey, age 10, Evelyn layne. Admissions of 35c and loc will be harged. Either Sturm Entertains Visitors— The Revs. John Thiemissen, of losper.s, Anthony Bausch, Suther- J.nd, George Cesna, Sioux City, and ulius Berger, also Sioux City, •ere guests early in the week of Father Sturm at the Sacred Heart iectory. The Rev. Father Berger s a brother of Olga Berger, Ledard. Joseph Sturm, Carroll, vlsit- d Father Sturm last week Tues- ay and Wednesday. Editor's Dans-liter is 7; 1'arty— Betty Jean Schwartz celebrated her seventh birthday -by entertaining 18 friends at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. Games were enjoyed -by the children, after which refreshments were served. Hnltdorfis Have New Son— Mr. arid Mrs. Wilbert Hultdorff are parents of an 8-lb. son. born Sunday. Mr.s. William Bilsborough is caring for mother and babe, and Mae Zweifcl is doing the housework. William Sflc'niun Family Enlarged— A son wa.s born to Mr. and Mrs. William Stipman last week Wednesday night. The Stigmans now have three boys and one girl. Millinery Shop Chong-es Hands— Mrs. W. R. Wolfe has sold her millinery shop to Mrs. Carrie Voight. .Mrs. Voight will conduct the shop at her home, \s Other Fenton News ' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and their daughter Gladys motored to Charles City last Thursday to visit relatives till Monday. They were accompanied by Julia Ames, who took a bus thence to Iowa Falls to visit friends before, returning to her home at Independence. Miss Ames had spent two weeks at R. C. Goetsch's. The H. E.Stedmans were overnight visitors at the parental H. C. Lindsey home Saturday night. They were en route home from a week with relatives at points in Minnesota, and were accompanied home by Mrs. Stedman'.s brother Edward, who fe spending this week with them at Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Earl White, daughter Harriet, Mr,. White's mother, and Mrs. Tena White, and a granddaughter of the latter, all of ~Kankakee, 111., were at Myron Alderson's last Thursday night. They were en route home from the Black Hills. Mrs. Tena White is Mr. Alderson'- aunt. Paul Flecht and a nephew, Martin Ecker, Chicago, arrived Saturdaj for a week with relatives. Mrs. Hecht, who has been at the E. C Fauer?>y and Ferdinand Schendel homes t.liree weeks, will accompans them home late this week. Mrs. J. F. Newel, daughter Irene Mrs. V. .1. Weisbrod, son Maurice and MM. Meier visited at F. E Weisbrod's, Emmetsburg, Friday afternoon, and Mrs. Meier called on her daughter Helena, employed a the Kermore hotel. Mrs. II. E. Reimers, Mrs. Join Gerhard, her children, Mrs. C. G Humphrey, and the Litter's children spent List week Wednesday after noon at the Raymond Reimers and G. M. Miller homes, Ringsted. Mr. .-.mil Mrs. U. N. Kyhl and daughter Ruth Mae spent Sunday a the J. A. Furtney's, Ceylon. Ella Kyhl, v.'Uo had spent last weel here, returned to her work at Ma son Citi- Saturday. Mr. -'-id Mrs. "Bud" Saundert, daughter Alice, Mrs. Hennessej daughter Marjon, and Mary Shema all of O-ilmar, came Saturday t vieit the William Boettchers. Dr. ;..;i(l Mrs. E. W. Ruske too! the latu-r's mother, Mrs. L. J. Olsor and nldc.u. Maxine Fink, who ha been visiting here, to their home a Spence'. Saturday evening. Carl Kern took his niece, Mr Leona liurrough,- to her home ; Tipton Friday. She had made a extended visit at the Kern home. Hazel XVeisbrod and Lola Warne Visited the latter's grandparents, M and Mrs. Lewis Wegener, Algoni from Ft-iilay till Monday. The Uu-liard Voights, of Welcome Minn., and the Arthur Bettins, Bur were Sunday visitors at the parental Smmelsburg, eon Leo, and daughter lusan were at F. M. Bohn'i last Thursday. Mra. John • Kramer entertained a number of women In fionbr' of her 'Irthday last week Monday after- loon.' The Rev. Mr. Snyder and his fam- ly visited Mrs. Snyder's parents at jake City last Thursday and Frl- Proceeding June 17, 1931. Auditor's office, June 17, Walter Detfa, wttnew fees 193k county met to With all members present. This being the time heretofore fixed for hearing on final estimates on Dr. 178. On motion by McDonald and sec- Siders Lead South Siders— The business men on the north ide of the street and those on the outh side are playing some exclt- ng kittenball games Thursday eve- ings. The north side, now has two ames to the south's one. orth Kossuth Defeats Lakotn— The North Kossuth baseball team layed Lakota there Sunday, and on, 10-7. Lakota was ahead till IB last inning, when Gerald War- er hit his second home run and rought in three scores. onded by 'Funnemark that final estimate of Kell and Halvorsen, labor contractors, and Humboldt Gravel & Tile Co., material contractor, on Dr. 178 be approved and County Auditor authorized to issue warrant ns provided by law. (See record for resolution). Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Funnemark that final estimates of Paul anil Donnelly on Secondary ORoad Districts Nos. 34 and 169 are hereby approved. Ayes: All, Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that County Auditor be Instructed to transfer IS17.00 and Interest due as road assessment on Dr. ITS. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Morris that application for cigarette permits of the following persons are hereby approved: William B. Devlne, Walberg Service Station, XJeorge ILudwIg's pool hall, and bond of Frankl Bros., Roy O. Bjustrom, and Oeo. B. Ludwlg each ih the sum of »1,000.00 Is 1 hereby approved. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to nme o'clock a. m. July 7, 1931. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. Junel7Tl931 Joint E-K Auditor's Office, Algona, Towa, June 17, 1931., Joint Boards of Supervisors of Emmet and Kossuth county met pursuant to Coll of Auditors with following members present: Emmet county: R. S. Bryan and H. K. Bonnicksen. Kossuth county: 'F. J. "Balgeman, Olaf IFunnemark, P. J. Heiken, W. E. McDonald, and Charles Morris. Joint Board organized. On motion by Morris and seconded by iFunnemark that \R. S. Bryan act as Chairman of this meeting. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by 'Heiken that Bertha E. Johnson, Auditor of Kossuth county act as Secretary of this meeting. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken ami seconded by Morris that minutes of last Joint session be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Bonnicksen that County Auditors be instructed to have notice published fixing date of hearing on final estimate of Lafe Simmons on E-K Jt. Dr. for 9 o'clock a. m. June 35, 1931, at stherville, Iowa. Ayes: All. Motion by QIcDonald and seconded y Funnemark that Joint 'Boards ad- urn to nine o'clock a. m. June 25, 31, at Court House in Estherville, iwa. Ayes: All. R. S. BRYAN, Chairman. ERTHA E. JOHNSON, Secretary. June 25, 1931 Joint E-K Esthervllle, Iowa, June 25, 1981. Joint Boards of Supervisors of Emet and 'Kossuth counties met pursu- nt to adjournment with the follow- ig members present: From Kossuth county: P. J. Helen, Olaf IFunnemark, and (F. J. (Blal- eman. From Emmet county: R. S. Bryan, . E. Fuller, M. J. Iverson, H. K. onnloksen, and N. O. Osher. Joint Board organized by appoint- that the 4th dfty'of August, mi, at 10 o'clock a. m. la hereby fixed «s time for hearing- on county budget estimate, and County Auditor Is hereby I instructed to hav* ntttiee" of film* d< budget published as provided by law. As*esi All, . • ' ' . < Motion by McDonald and seconded by IFunnemark that construction bond of Clpra Dredging Company on Dr. 84 Is hereby approved. 'Ayes:. All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Funnemark that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION! it Is herby resolved by the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors In regular session assembled this 7th day of July, A. D. 1931, pursuant to Chapter 2 of the Acts of the 44th General Assembly of the State of Iowa, that the Kossuth County State Bank, a| bank- Ing corporation doing a general bank- Ing business and located at Algona, Iowa, be, and the same Is hereby selected and approved as the depository for public funds from and after this date. The maximum to be kept on deposit at said bank shall be Thirty-five encebusters Win from Lakota — The Ledyard "Fencebusters" beat he "Sauerkraut Eaters" in a base- all game last week Tuesday eve- ing, '9-6. Warner and Lloyd each nade three runs; Smith, Schultz, .nd Dyer, one each. teacher Kinds Rooming Place — Marjorie Stranahan, Fayette, Snglish teacher for the coming- year, /as In town Saturday, looking for rooming place. She will stay with Irs. Ella Gelhaus. Mrs. Robt. Curtis Has Operation— Mrs. Robert Curtis entered the Fairmont hospital 'Sunday, for an peration similar to one she had at In KcsHuth hospital three months Elevators Officers Are Redected— The Farmers' Elevator stock- lolders held their annual meeting ast week Wednesday night. same officers were reelected. The Minutes of previous meeting were ead, and on motion by Bonnicksen, econded by Bryan same were ap- roved as read. All voting aye. Motion made by H. K. 'Bonnicksen nd seconded by P. J. Heiken that he final report of A. E. Michel, En- Ineer, filed In the Auditor's office in Ugona, Iowa, June 10th, 1931, show- n§r the completion of the tile work in oint Drainage District No. 2 of Ein- let and Kossuth counties, Iowa, un- er the contract with Lafe Simmons nd making final estimate of the bal- nce in the sum of $259.76 .under said Contract, be and the same is hereby ccepted, approved and confirmed, nd the County Auditor Is author- zed to issue warrant to said con- ractor for the amount due as shown y said final report and estimate af- er the expiration of thirty days if o claims are filed against said con- ractor for labor or 'material as pro- ided by law. On motion Joint Board adjourned to he Call of the Auditors. All voting ye: F. J. BALGEMAN, Chairman. (DOROTHY KiLOPP, Secretary. Barber's Father Sick— J. W. Hartshorn was token ser- ously 111 la"st week Monday, but under Doctor Devine's care is slow- y improving. Bus Hauling- to be Let— The school Ixxird met Fridaj night to receive bids for bus haul ng. The routes will be let at a ater meeting-. Muriel Reece Is 11; Party— Muriel Reece celebrated her lllth jirthday last week Wednesday b5 entertaining- 11 friends. Water Fountain is Installed— A new water fountain in front of the Welfare and Baschara stores is a great convenience. Henry Boevers home. Coach K. D. White, his wife, baby daughter Lucile are visiting Mrs. White's parents 'and other relative.-, at Uockford. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Laken and Ruth /u;<J Virlin Espe spent the week-end with the Lakens' son P. W. at Kcithervllle. Edna i-Jchultz, Waseca, Minn., and Herbert Gilberteon, Williston, N. D., •pent the latter part <o£ last week at T. p. Mr. ana Mrs. Nick Other Led.vard. Mrs. Albert Barnes' 'brother, William Davis, £>t. Paul, and his familj came last week Monday to visi lier, and both families, with Mi-s Hrickson, of Armstrong, mother o Mrs. Barnes and Mr. Davis, wen to West Bend for a picnic dinne Friday and thence drove to Rolfe to visit another daughter, Mrs. Har vey Minkler. Mr. asd Mrs. L. \f. Welmer am their son William went to Qilmor. City Sunday to see Ledyard's for mer high school pitcher, Huber Ostermann, pitch, for Palmer. Hu bert's side lost the game becaus of errors by the shortstop. This wa the second game Palmer had los with Hubert pitching. The Edw. Gouldesi, of Decatui Oa., and Mrs. Wiliam Huns and he children, Rudd, visited William Beyse, brother of the M'e.sdame Goulde and Hans, and his i Glenn and Clyde last week. The Methodist W. F- M. S. mo at the church last Thursday; Mrs Jos. Mayne, hostess. There was good-sized attendance. Mrs. Howan Mayne has the next meeting. Mrs. Harold Jorgenson and he children got home Saturday fron a two months visit in Canada wit the former's parents. M'.v-i. Addle Arpke came from lit home ;ii Appleton, Wis., last wee Tuesday to look after her farm here and the harvest. Aletha Green and Bessie Hilfert spent two days last week at Be Gisch's, near Elmore, helping coo for threshers. The Max Nitz family left Satu day evening for Amboy to atten confirmation of a niece the following day. The Madden and Stillian tent theater is in town aJl this week, located on the school grounds. The Leon Wordens attended the funeral of George H. Free 'at Algona last week Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. John- e.on were Sunday dinner guests of Goeders, ol Mrs. Harriett Matzener. and ig F. J. Balgeman, chairman, orothy Klopp, Secretary. and Thousand maximum Dollars (W6.000.0C); amount which each The particular officer of Kossuth county shall deposit In compliance with this resolution shall be as follows: Recorder .:.... »6,000,00 Auditor ...i. 15,000;t» Sheriff ..-..• 5,000.00 Clerk of the District Court . 10,000.00 Adopted this 7th day of July, A. D., 1931, at Algona, 'Iowa. Ayes: p. J. Helken, W. E. McDonald, Chaa Morris, Olaf tPunnemark. Nays: None. Motion by iTfunnemark and seconded by McDonald that following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION Whereas, there 'has been and there is reason to anticipate that there will be a marked increase in poor relief and state Insane cases such aa to make It necessary to make' an increase of .8 and .1 In each fund respectively for the coming year, and, WHEREAS, H will be necessary ,to make a .2 mill levy for the county fair purposes, said levy not having Jbeen made during: the last year but funds in the amount of $2,600.00 being transferred from the General County Fund to make up the amount necessary for such fund, the same being approved by the Budget Director, It is hereby resolved that Frank Balgeman, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors In and for Kossuth county, Iowa, and Bertha E. Johnson, County Auditor of Kossuth county, Iowa, be and they are hereby instructed to make application to the Budget Director of the State of Iowa for approval of the Increase In said levies as above indicated and outlined. Further to submit to the iBtod- Bet Director a complete statement of all levies making up the General County 'Fund, together with a complete statement of township road construction and maintenance levies for approval showing compliance with the Elliott Tax Reduction Law as por- vided In Chapter 244 of the 44th General Assembly. Adopted this 7th day of July, 3931. Ayes: All. Motion by (Heiken and seconded by Morris that Nick Bormann is hereby appointed weed commissioner for Sherman township. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Funnemark that further proceedings Is hereby continued to September 1, 1931. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per Schedule of Claims hereinafter written: SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND A. Jandl, bounty .-. 1.90 Klipto Loose Leaf Co. supplies 220.00 Herman Ubben, assessor 2W.50 Peterson Studio, pictures; elmd $30.00; allowed 22.50 " 76.94 1.10 .... 300.00 F. J. Balgeman, com. and session , 230.81 Bertha E. .Johnson, office exp. and adv. bounty 17.97 Olaf 'Funnemark, com. and session 233.41 Charles Morris, com. and session 227.08 P. J. Heiken, com. and sessfon 213.11 W. E. McDonald, com. ami session 233.64 Bancroft Register, pub. proceedings 53.80 C. A. Samson, asst. sheriff ... 78.00 Mary K. Sands, labor in treas. office City of Algona, tight serv. Anton Pannkuk, bounty H. M. Smith, engineer Sen Prlntle, witness fees Richard KJrler. witness fee* William Klrkwood, wltneaa fee* i t.i Helen Klrkwood, witness fees Alice Hanseh, witness fees .. Ruth,8choftk, witness fees ... Hasel Detra, witness fees .. . Walter H. Steward, constable fees .1 C, C. Wright, constable fees ,. 4.W 4.m 9.00 0.001 9.00 INSANE Clark Orion, clerk's fees C. H. CreUmeyer, commissioner ... A. Hutchison, commissioner .. LtBRARiY FfUND J. IF. Overmyer,'books 2.16 6.00 3.00 3,00 125.06 D. A. Carpenter, books ... .... 40.65 POOR FXTND O. W. Bengali-cm, supplies .... 12.60 Frank L. Miller, light serv. .... 33.89 Elinor T. Sutton, transp. .... .. 12.00 Grace "D. Oebhart, dup. war• -rant... ... , , 16.00 Elinor T. Sutton,-money adv.., 10.00 Adah Belts, transp.:.. .. .. ... 8.60 Elinor T. Sutton, 'transp. .. .. 26.00 Elinor T. Sutton, transp 8.5Q D. C. Scrlven, dues for ins,.. 5.8S Elinor T. Sutton, transp 10.00 Ernest Phillips, provisions .... ' 6.00 Hoods Cash Store, provisions.. 10.00 Steve's Cash Grocery, provisions ... , ... ..... ' ,10.00 O. S. Pehrson, provisions .. .. 20.00 Thoa Akre, provisions; clmd. 037.20; allowed 36.00 Thaves • Sisters, provisions .. .. 15.00 Ernest Boyd, provisions 19.22 Benedict's Store, provisions .. 11.12 Gibbons Broa Co,, provisions S.OO Moe & Sjogren, provisions ... IS,77 A. A. Droeasler, provisions .. 6.25 White's Grocery, provisions .. 215.00 E. L. Hansen, provisions. 14.99 Merrill St-os., provisions 30.11 A. W. Jurgens, provisions ... 4.66 Gai-field Erickson, provisions .50 Daniel 'Llchllter, provisions .. 9.00 Alma Armstrong, provisions . 2.40 'Farmers Elevator Co., fuel . 76.65 Brownell Shoe Co., supplies .. 22.90 C. E. Rohlln, rent 20.0Q Mrs. Mary Froehle, rent 8.00 C. G. Dourte, rent 10.00 Mantor & Rlst, rent; clmd clmd. $12.60; allowed 6.25 airs. Charles Schroeder, rent 24.EO E. IR'oss, rent 12.00 A. E. Pasley, rent -15.00 Karl Krebs, rent 24.00 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care 103.00 Mrs. Cora Hutchlnson, nurslnt? care 26.00 J. A. Deviae, med. aid 33.25 R. L. Williams, med.- aid 83.60 J. G. Clapgaddle, med. aid .... 196.26 M. J. Keneflck, med. aid 27.00 Laird & McCUHousli, funeral exp -. 56.00 G. D. Curtis, funeral exp K.OO Boone Blank Book Co., sup• piles .... 1.83 Elinor T. Sutton, office exp. .. 11.78 la. Children's Home Soc., care 22.00 Kohlhaas Bros., storage, etc... 5.50 Farmers Elev. Co., supplies .. 114.8S George Holtzbauer, repairs ... 14.67 C. A. Heard, labor 6.00 Howard Strayer, labor 65.00 Matt Murtha, repairs 26.07 Kohlhaas Hdw., supplies 6.25 H. J. Vaudesteed, supplies 1.00 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies. .40 Robt. W. Voight, labor ... ..... 28.00 Nelson Hdw., supplies 3.13 Graham Co., supplies 11.56 Thos. Akre, supplies ... 3S2.SS Sleg-Fort Dodge Co., supplies.. 28.00 ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 34 2344.61 Mike IGengler, gravel pit 125.00 C. & N. W. R'y Co., frt. , 35.95 Paul & -Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 161 S32.24 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road , Dist. No. 159 .... 1715.93 Paul & Donnelly, See; Rd. Dlst. No. 157 862.75 C. M. St. P. & Pac. R'y, frt... 122.27 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 169 1876.89 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Head Dlst. No. 68 2944.02 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Rd'. Dist. No. 163 386.72 Bauck const. Co., grading Pro]. No. 5 M80.00 Bauck Const. Co., grading Proj. No. 6 43KEO Bauck Const. Co., grading- Proj "No. 7 ... , 1755.60 Banck Const. Co., gradlher Proj. No. 9 ISSftflO Advance P\ib. Co., pub. board proc. .. A. A. Droessler. bounty L. E. Hovey, sheriff ... Wm. Shirley, expense H. C. Lunnlng, twp. clei-R W. A. (Foster, Board of Rev. meeting W. A. White, Board of IRtvtew meeting Frank Kohlhaus, Board of Review meeting C. (Herman, B'ourd of Review 7S.OO 55.14 2.80 379.75 71.21 16.00 8.00 S.OO s.oo S.OO July 7, 1931 Auditor's Office, July 7, 1931. •Board of Supervisors of Kosauth. ounty met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Board proceeded with the auditing and allowing of bills. Motion by McDonald and seconder] by iFunnemark that following final istimatea of Paul and Donnelly are lereby'allowed: Secondary: Road Dis- rict No. 163 for J109.G3; Secondary Road District No. «8 for $327.11; Secondary Road District No. 161) for 53,43; Secondary IRJoad District I 71 for $112.76; Secondary Road Dls- rict No. 12$ for *221.57, and C'ounty Auditor instructed to iasue warrant as provided by aw. 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 McDonald and seconded by Morris that W.m. Roeber, of Whitemore, (Iowa, is herey awarded contract for Construction of county sheds at Lu Verne and Lone Rock as per terms of bid. Ayes: All. Motion by Punnemark and seconded :>y (Helken that bid of Carleton D. 3eh company for par and accrued in- :erest on $6,300.00 bonds on Dr. 178 is lereby accepted and Chairman of Board authorized to enter into contract with said Carleton D. Beh Company. Ayes: All. 'Motion by IPunnemark and seconded by iMorris that Carleton D, Beh Company is hereby allowed $150.00 for printing, legal expense, 'etc., for bonds meeting Tom Kaln, Bbard : of Review meeting 8.00 Prank Oeigel, Board of Review- meeting 8.00 Kossuth Co. Farm Bureau Appropriation U50.CO E. C. Weisbrod, Board of Kdu- catlon meeting- 11.20 H. J. Braley, Board of Education meeting 3.64 Mrs. H. J. Warner, Board of Education meeting 14.CG H. H. Murray.- Board of Education meeting 1G.SO Mrs. ilrvln Chapman, conducting examination 6.00 Alice M. Hu'tchlns, labor 6.00 Vera Schwietert, labor 29.40! Crescent Ptg. Co., supplies P. S. Norton & Son, coal 36.79 21.K Seth B. Catry, supplies 116.70 Matt Pan-ott & Sons Co., supplies Fenton Reporter, supplies .. .. Klipto Loose Leaf Co., supplies Lyle Patterson, bounty Glenn Larsen, bounty 'Le Roy Ricke, bounty Alfred Nelson, bounty Kenneth Banlg, bounty Ilo iBufflngton, bounty W. S. Cosgrove, bounty Gaylord Shumway, per cent of 55.50 12 99.00 .60 .50 .40 ,40 .40 .40 .60 t«ig*nt, Milton MeFiidden, Paul* Donnelly, Bee. MM* •'«.# . V. No, 118.00 ,. M»i ' "Ktt."i«i'v.v .<rr ..•!.. i.i Elbert, 'grading "ProJ. J.'V.' El'bert,"gV'ad'lng'proj!'No', 24 ... ..i. ...... ........... i .11 *5»i>w Otto Kenne, labor ... <>; ... ... 72,00 Concrete Materials Corp., supplies ... «< Hi M. Hansen, tabor ... Verne RUtledge, checking gravel ... .1 ..<» ..> » ttoyt Hahey, checking gravel. -.-. J, M. Moore, cheeking gravel.. 78.00 Leroy R. Elbert, tabor 201,96 Clarence Blbert, labor >, 99.00 T. J. Schmalen, labor ... ... .. U4.20 H. W. Balgeman, labor ... .... 276.76 H. W. Balgeman, labor 284.00 H. W. Balgeman, labor 841.60 J. E. McEnroe, labor 23.36 Bauck Const. Co.. grading- .... $83.00 J", A. (Roberts, labor .... 746,80 Will 'Fitzgerald, damages . 8. Norton & Son, supplies .. tielghtbn Supply Co., supplies . Kennedy & Parsons Co., supplies 25.00 11.05 6.38 22.70 Standard Bridge Co., supplies. 1494.001 Barton-Warner Co., -supplies BartoniWnrnor Co., supplies 959.40 44.10 Barton-Warner Co., supplies,. 67.46 DCS Molries Steel Co.', Supplies. 1291,79 ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND C. R. 'I. & Pac. R'y, frt. .Dick 'Paul, hauling gravel 20.49 100.47 City of Algona, light'serv>.... 1.00 Iowa State >Bh.nk, sight draft.. 128.39 C. & N. W. H'y Co., frt ' 14,81 Bertha E. Jojmson, frt and exp. ridv ... ... :......... .'90 Francis N. Elbort, labor ..... KH.tt John HanBelinnn. patrol 139.00 L. E. Doyle, labor Joe M. Esser, labor To Weir, patrol 22.05 102.00 104.00 Wm. O. Ludwlg, patrol 101.40 Wm. A. Elbert, labor 92.80 Edward iFuchsen, patrol .. ... 104.00 Joe Heiderscheidt, labor 89.95 Connie Doyle, labor ... 61.95 Elmer EWIng, patrol ... 108.00 'Clyde Sanders, patrol s- 46.60 J. H7 Montgomery, patrol .... 96.80 John S. Nelson, patrol 107.90 John Phillips, patrol ... H4.20 91.00 303.20 92.40 112.00 125.00 101.50 83.60 , _. ^..._, f 91.00 Ole Geerdes, patrol 96.25 Jos. Bestenlchner, patrol Hans W. Nielsen, patrol Will Leeper, patrol J. 'F. Qulnn, patrol Oscar Earing, patrol .'. .. Chester Alme, patrol .. . Alton Pettlt, patrol ...'.. Pearly- C. Haynesv patrol C. A. Lamoreux, patrol 142.60 Calvin Householder, patrol .... 80.09 •F. D. Pruisman, patrol .. '.... 91.00 Wm. F. Oronbach, patrol .. .. 91.00 Peter Movlck, patrol 104,00 S. D. McDonald, patrol .. .... 100.00 Wilbur S. Fisher, .patrol 100.00 James M.Moore, patrol 111,60 Clem Goodman, patrol 147.80 J. E. McEnroe, dragging ... .. 68.25 Carl Harms, dragging ;. 16.12 Walter Blerstedt, dragging- ... 4.50 F. G. Darnell, dragging 20.25 W. iF. MoFarland, dragging* .. 15.75 Simon Blome, dragging ' 11.75 L. H. Junkermeler. dragging.. 24.00 Peter N. Thilges. dragging ... 9.52 John Simmons, dragging 21.00 Jay Godden, dragging 22.871 Loren Byers, dragging 42.18 Albert Wlttkopf, dragging 20.63 Albert Kressln, dragging ... .. 26.25 L. A. Hackbarth, dragging Wllbert Richmond, dragging.. Charles Ulfers, dragging W, P. Vaske, dragging A. J. Peterson, dragging Cecil Thoreson, dragging Crawford Bros., dragging- ... . •Frank Diers, dragging ll;25 26.25 21.36 11.88 15.00 11.25 13.50 16.50 29.25 42.00 32.25 6.50 John Rodmaker, dragging Herman Runksmeler, dragging Joe Mayne, dragging •Leo G. Studer, dragging E. R. Intermlll, dragging 12.75 Henry T?. Hofbauer, dragging. 3.75 Michael Keller, dragging 21.00 Maynard Sohn, dragging 12.75 Ole L. Johanson, dragging .. . 20.25 A. R. Crulkshank. dragging .. 22.50 Joseph Loebach, dragging .. .. 15.38 'M. J. Koestlcr dragging 14.25 Wm. Spelcher, dragging 17.25 Edward Hagge, dragging 18.00 N. G. Schiltz, dragging 15.38 Earl Ackerman, dragging .... 36.75 Frank'Bauer, dragging 25.50 Andrew Gollner, dragging .. .. 3.37 Julius Walter, dragging 27.00 Sam Harr, dragging 21.00 Leonard Mino, dragging 13.50 A. M. Gustafson, dragging •. 17.78 ;*,,:».* ll.W, 46.75 81.00 •HOtfMMttr, dMMIn* i°. BUtterfl«ld, drAftlng .... F, Xi>WHh«lffil/>4milmr ... .. Wyot Btott, dragging ..<...,., Oust JrKoppen, dragf Ing .... H. N, KrUM, boll tax ,, iFrank Welch, labor .,;,.. ..,,. Floyd ft Rlchardg. labor .1, . Carl H. Callle*, labor ' Floyd Loge, labor ,.,• i.t ... .. B. L. HUber, labor Dale Thompson) labor O. W. Wallace, labor O. Johhn Anderson/labor ,,,.. J. h Johnson, labor I. R. Harrtffttt, 112.40;* allowed labor, clmd. Henry Engstrom, labor ... ,,. C Alblti Peterson, road work Albei Clmd. 6.40 10.86 6.60 5.00 10.86 206.60 71.76 16430 its» 60.00 96,87 694.42 E6.40 69.00 .8.12 2,26 .72 3.31 9.34 26.90 17,96 8.50 2.76 24.78 1.10 18.80 .60 52.53 31.01 F. I. Chapman, supplies ... ... 13.92 Kohlhaas Hdw., supplies 71.78 Seth B. Calry, pub. notice .... 42.70 Central States Elec. Co., light serv. - 2,55 Interstate Power Co., light service ...... 3.00 Owatonna Tool Co., supplies .. 2.25 "Barton Warner Co., supplies .. 185.90 Gibbs-Cook Tractor & Equip. Co., supplies ., ...... ... ..... 10.99 J. D. Adams Co., supplies .... 992.62 H. Channori Co., supplies 35.00 SlegHFort Dodge Co., supplies, 39.69 Kennedy & 'Parsons Co., supplies ....: 4.60 Clerke4Kobinson Co,, supplies. 33.63 Champlln Refining • Co., supplies ;.. ......... ... .. 272.35 K. & H. Cooperative Oil Co.,gas ..." .. 67.65 City Oil Co., gas ... ... .. .... 166.57 Champlln Refining Co.. oil .... ' 1.09 Phillips Petroleum. Co., gas and Bkeberg,,'labor; ... .allowed ... .,, ,,._,.,;.. Alfred Dltswortti, labor ... Kenneth Dtttworth, labor ... . Leo Delperdang, labor '.,. ..... Merrill' iBros.,grading assign., Kennedy Bros., grading assign Dick Paul, hauling gravel .... B. F, Donovan,"audit, of Ins. policy ... ......... ......... .. O. O. Anderson, paint ........ Botsford Lumber Co., supplies sF, A Norton & Son, suppliea. S. B. iFrench Lbr. Co., supplies Council Oak Store, supplies •. i. Ooeders Co., supplies ... ... .. Hovey &'Pehrson, supplies .... Matt Murtha, supplies ... ..... Frank Flalgf, supplies ... Lease & Lease, supplies ...... Wm. Myers Jr., supplies ... ... Wesley Auto Co., supplies .... George Holtzbauer, supplies .. A. H. Hundeby, supplies .i.. .. Clapp's Master Service,; repairs ... ...... ... J. M. Blanchard, supplies Nelson Hdw., supplies Oil 01 69- ir' &. M|C H "faboV . Mar " u| a. aupp,J' rank Welch'"lU""- „ r. 84— ' lftl) w Prank Dr. 84- Dr. 125— Welch, labor "l Dr. ITS- Sub 8 of A. lab ° f ml . Emmet C , AuaUor|traii -K Jt. N L ............ .il E-K Jt. No. Emmet Co. Auditor. H-K Jt. No. 4-5^ KIESOLVED: That thici tor is hereby Issue warrants ' h ' 8 meetlns as shown bythJl ule of Claims" JEFFERSON BUS LINES BERTHA 'E. J01 ADDITIONAISEBVICll —Between— MINNEAPOLIS-SI. PAUL-EOCHESTEIl . DE8 MOINES EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1931. WATERLOO Westbound—Read Down Daily P. M. 3:00 3:40 ' 9:45 3:15 5:95 8:40 0:35 10t40 11:00 11:16 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:30 Dally A. M. 7:00 7:40 7:46 7:00 6:45 11:50 19:45 1:55 2:15 2:30 8:45 3:15 5:8» 3:45 Lv. Lv. Lv. Ly. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar: Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Minneapolis St. Paul Rochester Des Moine-s Waterloo Mason City Garner ALGONA Whittemore Cylinder Emmotsburg Ruthven Dickens Spencer Eastbound—Read Daily P.M. 5:15 Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. 1:35 llij 5:15 4:01 11:10 10:15 9:10 8:50 8:35 8:20 7:50 7:35 7:20 BUS DEPOT ALGONA HOTEL PIlllHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIflllllllllllU Matt a Want to Fill a Want » e. BepUe» eo-nt^We circulation, want .d V erttato» In thl, P.K, k coat the advertiser le.g than a cent .piece. Note-BiMft B l« the game type as the aew» In a «wwit »d.» lou "want" to sell u >*eU as bur. •• nr fnrtn. VAn Mwamttt **. A-.V. _*. u A- 4 - ... - _ • , . or farm, you "want" t* Irt. eow. to pa.t.re, etc. AH .„«* advertLtor I. eallei «tP. MT«U.ta At the »m. tta,l;| .- aiT Und of .dTerUili|«l| -want- to «Dt / fines and expense 359.95 Advance Pub. Co., supplies Kohlhaas Hdw., supplies Nelson Hardware, supplies .. George Holtzbauer, supplies Churchill Mfg. Co., supplies .. Hlgley Chemical Co., supplies. 'COUiRT : P |R. A. Palmer, bailiff L. R. Hovey, sheriff ff-,. A. Winkel, J. P. fees Elvira Krause. witness fees on Dr. 178. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and by Morris that second quarterly report of Bertha K. Johnson. C'otmty Auditor, Laura Paine, County Recorder, and L. E. Hovey, Sheriff, is hereby approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that cigarette license bond of Wm. B. Devine and Wallbers Service Station each in sum of $1,000.00 are hereby approved. -Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnemark that Heiken be appointed as a committee to inake repairs on Dr. 90. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Morris that soldier's exemption of John R. Briggs for $1.300.00 on N 1-2 Section 23-100-30 for 1931 is hereby allowed. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Mori-is that following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the Board of Supervl's- iLucille Zumach, witness fees . seconded I t3* rtru de Theesfeld, witness Jake Keller, wit. fees Carl Dahlhauser, wit. fees .. Francis Bradley, wit. fees .. .. W. C. Danson, J. P. fees 20.60 1.20 1.80 5.30 17.65 3,25 9.00 161.80 26.60 2.50 2.501 2.50 2.30 2.30 2.30 32.30 VfANTADS Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Leu Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN Your Name _ Addret.. How many *eek. i. advertisement to run? Amo||||t endo . ed , ITote—Write plainly, one word In each inace helnw ini.in.ii ao not vrlte name lu form below Dot count four extr. word, to cL«!T' • ddr « ii ' «* >"««•. If f«* «• ««t w»nt your B.IM lo must reach Advance by 10 o'clock Tueuday morningt o in"",..- *!!-,'- 8 f_°? kee » ln * *»«* of Np!fe» *»d forwarding. Aiwrfl SS where. regular want column | U rec*l»ed later it miiy wauled Itchy Toes Hand Ringworm, Athlete's Foot Why suffer from the queer skin disease causing severe itching of toes and feet, cracking, peeling skin, blisters, Ringworm, Trench Foot or Crotch Itch, when you can avoid infection and quickly heal your skin with Dr. Nixon'a Nixoderm? Based on the famous English Hospital formula, discovered by a leading London skin specialist, Dr. Nixon's Nix- oderm acts with amazing speod, be. cause d«signed for thi$ particular skin disease. Nixoderm Is guaranteed. It must stop itch and quickly heal your skin or the email cost Will be refunded, * * E. W. lUSBY'S DRUG STOBE Personal Loans-Milch Cow Loans INCREASE YOUR DAIRY HERD WITH OUR MONEY—Dairy cows assure a regular monthly income. We will loan money on your present herd or furnish the funds to purchase additional cows. * WE LOAN MONEY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY—Money to be used for any purpose. Perhaps your car is already financed and the payments ave too large. It is easy to reduce these monthly payments through our plan. Call at our office or write us for full particulars THE INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION First dc-pr North of loiva State Bank. ALGONA . Phone 55. IOWA, H*W R.te, fo, County Fwm B«re»« M «mb*r. '"""" of th* Here

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