Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSttM ADVANCE ALGONA, IOWA JMtURamv WESLEY WOMAN TELLS OF OIL IN SOUTH DAK, Wesley, Aug. 18—Mrs. Ben Hopkins has returned from a visit to Murdo, SI D. She reports that part of South Dakota is drought stricken and crops ruined -by grasshoppers, but says the recent discovery of oil will probably benefit .all of western' South Dakota. Immediate development of the Industry is not expected, but preliminary testing and leasing 1 are going on, and one authority predicts that the oil fields thereabouts will Ibe a "double teapot dome." At Mitchell, A. M. Bjodstrup, manager of the Pioneer Con- slruclion company, working through the Binslon company, Minneapolis, will obtain from a field at Oacoma and furnish the General Manganese Corporation of America with 1,500,000 cubic yards of manganese-bearing earth per year during the next five years, and with 200,000 yards before December 1. This represents 5,000 carloads before December 1, which in the screened material would be 600 carloads. The same approximate region produces "silk," a mineral fertilizer. Mrs. Hopkins owns a ranch near Murdo. Redd, and attended church services In Wesley last Sunday* The J. P. Uhlenhakes, Stockholm, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krilg- meier, Fort Madison, came Saturday to visit their parents, the John Uhlenhakes. Ruth Mary Kunz returned to Madison, Wis., Friday evening after a visit with relatives here. FENTON'WOMEN, GIRLS GUESTS AT A BANQUET Fenton, Aug. IS — A Mystery Mothers and Standard Bearer girls NEWLY GRADED IROAD PLEASES BANCROFTERS « Bancroft, Aug. US — The Ban croft Register pays merited tribute to the work of Leo Delperdang, who Is finishing a road from the Chas Kollasch corner east 2% miles to the Peterson Bros, corner. The road lies in part In three supervisor dis tricts those of Charles Morris, o' Lone'Rock, P. J. Helken, of Swea City ,\ and Olaf Funnemark, of Wes ley! It is understood that the road will be graveled in 1932. banquet was served Friday evening ! catholic Sister Visits Here— it tlie Methodist church dining room. Four tables were arranged In a. square, and flowers were placed n the square, •itrcamers were Blue nnd suspended white above i Sr. M. paschal, Dubuque, spenl last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nurres, and Mr. and Mrs Xurre and daughter Dorothy took her to Dubuque Monday morning, Tcrnoii Hennerx at Algonn— Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Benner, Oklahoma City, and their son Burton passed through Wesley Saturday afternoon and called upon rela- the tables, and In the center of each I Sr. Paschal was Louise Nurre be i Core she entered the Sisters of St. table was a white ship from which blue and white ribbons led to the places. "Life savers" with white gumdrops held tiny blue and white candles. Large blue candles completed the table decorations. The candles made possible an effective candle service. The program follows: toastmistre'ss, Mrs. Stephenson; welcome, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey; response, Verona Weisbrod; vocal solo, Four Leaf Clover, Mrs. E. D. White; reading, My Little Banjo. Margaret Stephenson; Being a Mystery Mother, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe: songs and yells, Maxine tlves. They were accompanied by yernon's grandfather, Mr. Bulli.s also Oklahoma City, who had been j aml Daughters duet, Mrs. visiting his daughter, Mrs. Benner hV<?i»brod and Mable Laabs, Weisbrod, pianist; Mystery Mothers Elmer Mable Sr., near Corwith since June. The! Lllahs accompanying on the guitar. Eenne-rs will make an extended visit with Mrs. Benner's parents, the E. Goodnows, Algona. Two other daughters of the Goodnows, A : iolet, and Mrs. Hubert Craln, 'both of St. Louis, are also visiting in Algona. Mrs. Grain is accompanied by her little daughter. Toxans on the Way Homo— Mrs. NelK Johnson and her son Herbert will leave for their home at Alamo, Texas, this week Wednesday, and a reunion of the family and relatives living here was held at the Feiitou Wins from Ottoscn— Fenton downed Ottosen on the hitler's diamond Sunday, 7-3. This was the second game between the loams, and Fenton won both. Henrickson. for Fenton, allowed seven hits, which wore converted into three runs, one in the first inning, two in the ninth. Welter, for Ottosen, allowed ten hits for seven runs. Fenton's hitting was concentrated in the fifth and sixth innings. A ninth inning rally was attempted by Otlosen, when one man got on by Fred Bentele home Sunday. Persons j error and two men hit doubles, but attending besides those mentioned the rallv was cut short by excellent were the Congregational pastor, the team work on Fenton's part. Rev. Mr. Bernstcn and his family, ..,, , „. , ,„-.,_, the Silas Skows, Herman Carlsons, (llall) ' s f > t °e'»« >r . 13 5 Party- Olaf Funnemarks, and Mrs. Axel! Gladys, daughter of Mr. a Johnson and her daughter Edna. I " ' E ' stoebet '. observed hei birthday anniversary a few and Mi-s. Pastor Home from Vacation— The Rev. and Mrs. II. Moore 13th days ago by entertaining 13 girl friends: Ruth Glaus, Donna Jean Bailey, returned li.st weel; .Monday night, | Hazel Weisbrod, Lola Warner, Helen following two weeks' absence. They had been camping and fishing at Rhinelander. Wis. They expected to be home in.time to hold services last week Sunday, but Mrs. Moore was taken .suddenly sick on Friday, and was in a St. Paul hospital from that time until last week Monday. Services were held at the Methodist church this week Sunday. Hlnclion Daughter Calls Here— Mrs. Will Mitchell, Clear Lake, called Sunday upon Emma Studer, having heard that the latter is in poor health. The women used to be close friends. Mrs. Mitchell was formerly Mary Hinchon, a daughter of J. W. Hinchon, editor and publisher of the Algona Courier. Mr. Mitchell was at one time treasurer of cock county. Han- Baby's ttirtliduy Is Observed— A family gathering at the A. E. Giddings home last Thursday evening observed the first birthday anniversary of a grandson, Stanley Swinton. One large candle graced his birthday cake, and light refreshments were served. The baby himself took a lively interest in the proceedings. Farewell for Ellen Scuberg— The Congregational young people held a farewell party for Ellen Sea- berg'at Ole Flom's Friday night. Twenty persons were present. The time was passed in games and singing, and refreshments brought by the guests were served. S. S. riculc Is Vliinneil— The Methodist Sunday school, church members and friends will hold a picnic at Carl Hanson's next week Thursday. The annual conference will be held at the church this week Tuesday evening. District Supt. Lt.-;usc- will he present. Harmon, Margaret Stephenson, Ruth Mae Kyhl, Mary Jane Eigler, Esther Kuecker, Bernice Kramer, Irene Krause, Ruth Espe, and Elizabeth Oramenz. Agnes (Joelscli Birthday Observed— Mrs. R. C. Goetsch entertained a number of young people last week Tuesday evening in honor of her sister-in-law Agnes Goetsch's birthday. Bridge was played at four tables, and a two-course luncheon was .served. Home Prom i),(M)0-3Vllc Tour- Nettie Weisbrod and Matilda ICressin got home last week Wednesday from a sightseeing trip in the west. They were gone two months and traveled 9,000 miles. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey and their nephew, Arnold Alderson, left Sunday by car for Lexington, Mo., to bring home Mrs. Dempsey's mother, Mrs. Thomas Legate, who will make her home for a while with her daughters here, Mrs. Dempsey and Mrs. Myron Alderson. The Dempsey daughter, Mrs. Chris Godfredson, and Mrs. Alderson are looking after the Dempsey restaurant. The Lewis Moores and Mrs. Snmllfield returned Mr. and to their Other Wesley News. Vera Studer, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I'.cn Studer who is a nurse at Rochester, came Sunday night to attend the marriage of her sister, Eunice, to Isadore Mouse], of Bancroft. The ceremony will be performed at St. Joseph church this week Tuesday morning at 8:30, and the Rev. George \Vessling, local pastor, will officiate. Tho Sisters of St. Francis returned from Milwaukee Itist Thursday. The group has been augmented by two—Srs. Ambrosianna and Judith. The others are .Srs. Hermina, Philomine, Lydia, and Annuclote. Fifty ladies ef the parish on Sunday "showered" die Hister.s with 'fresh and canned fruits and vegetables, and other edibles. Mrs. Wellington Drewelow, Omaha, and nor children, Bobby and Betty, iti-c- expected this week Monday or Tuesday, to visit Mrs. John Ames-bury and other frk-nds. The Erewelows wil come from New Hampton, \\jhere they have been visiting Mr. Drewelow's parents. This family formerly lived at Wesley. Ellon Seaberg, Klrod, S. D., who haxl spent many weeks with Grandma 'Seaberg, left Suiraay for her home at Davenport last week Wednesday, after several -days at the H. E. -Reimers home and with other relatives here. Mrs. Smallfielcl is a cousin of Mr. Reimers, and Mrs. -Moore is Airs. Smallfield's daughter. ilr. and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod, of Emmelsburg, son Wallace, Mrs. August Huenhold, Algona, the August Mlmlemans, Apache, Okla., and the Charles and AVilliaiih Voights were entertained at Jacob Zweifels ;it li o'clock dinner last week Wednesday. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Psenninger, daughter Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lanipe, and Emil Dreyer, all of Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Newel, Davenport; Luella Sylvia., and Florem-e Newel, Gettysburg, S. D. The O. E. Griffiths,' Des Moines, are visiting the P. IT. Jensens and with other relatives at Seneca. Dr. and Mrs. II. L. Oowdy, of Belmond, daughter Harriet, and son James were guests of the Rev. J. T. Snyders and the .1. F. Newels Sunday. •Services* were held at the home home at Blrod, S. D. Peter .Seaberg, drove Her uncle, her to Lu Verne, Minn., where «he was met by members of her family. Her sister returned with Mr. Seaberg, and will take Ellen's place here. Mrs. Elizabeth Matern, with Fra»h and Anna, returned Sunday from a visit in Illinois. They were accompunk'J by Mrs. J. Matern, Odell, 111., who will visit Uie Elizabeth Ma.tt'1-n.s and Frank AVfblfs. The Mesdamcs Wolf and J. Matern are sisters. Mrs. Earl Itanck, Kockledge, Flu., came last week M^nluy, and will spend Wie month (if August with her parents, the B. F. Felts. Mrs. Ranck, who is a music teacher, had been taking an adv-ancad music course in Chicago. The- Kev. Clifford Liming, Mrs. IJ?atng and their children, are' visiting Mrs, Hilling's 'brother, Earl Francis convent" at Dubuque. 01(11 imi'i- Revisits Bancroft— Mr. and Mrs. Josh Cunningham Volga City, spent Friday here with old friends. Mr. Cunnningham was in the hay business here 35 years ago. He came up for Indian Day at Tltonka as he has several sisters and brothers there. Society Editor Visits Here- Pauline Betz, Sioux City, visited the H. J. Guides from Sunday to yesterday. Miss Betz is society editor of the Sioux City Tribune. Se was superintendent of the public school here for several years. Attends Legion "Aux" Convention- Mrs. L. J. Mousel, got home Friday from Marshalltown, where she was a delegate to the llth annual convention of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Mousel is president of the local unit. Motor Express Route Abandoned— The express route was discontinued Friday and the express for Bancroft comes In on the freight now. George P. Hawcott, Burt, drove the truck on this" route since last November. Jacob Wolf to Nebraska— Jake Wolf left Sunday for Nebraska, where be will make an extended visit. He went with his son Ed Wolf and family of Wesley. The Wolfs lived at Nebraska before they moved to Iowa. . C. 0. F. Has Card Party— The W. C. O. F. held its monthly meeting at the Forester liMl Thursday evening. Cards were played at five tables. Louise Lappe won high in 500 and Mrs. Al Rahe received the cut prize. Student Nurse Visits parents— Leone Kramer is home from Sioux City for a two weeks vacation. Miss Kramer is a student nurse at St. Joseph's hospital, Sioux City, and is the oldest daughter of the J. F. Kramers. Father Krnst Homo Again— The Rev. Charles Ernst returned Friday from New York City, where he spent two weeks on a sight-seeing trip. Father Ernest is assistant at St. John's Catholic church. Hoys Biikery at- -Armstrong— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Conlon, Ayrshire, spent the week at the Adelbert Conlon home. Donald bought the bakery in Armstrong and will j take possession Thursday. I Board Proceeding! August 4, 1931. Auditor's Office, August 4, 193t Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournmen with all members present, Board proceeded with the Auditing and Allowing of bills. Motion by Morris and seconded iPunnemark that following- final e stl mates of Paul and Donnelly are here by allowed: Secodary Road 'Dlstrlc No. 127 for J7S.20; Secondary Hoad District No. IBS for $124.18; Secondary OSoad District No. 162 for $140.62; Sec- Rona District No. 164 for Secondary Road District No for $216.13; Secondary Road DIs- t No. 166 for $44.67; Secondary Road District No. 167 for J37.34; Sec°" d ary Road District Secondary (Road naiv No. 171 No. 178 for for *w «« District No i $%.SS; Secondary Road District No. 64A for $196.99; and County Auditor is hereby authorized to Issue warrant as provided by law. Ayes: A1K Motion by McDonald and seconded by iPunnemark that Chairman of the Board Is hereby -authorized to purchase three acres In SW 1-4 SVV 1-4 Sec. 9-9a-30 for gravel purposes foi -of $000.00 and County Auditor in- Mnti 6 ^ 1° ^Si 16 warra nt- Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that Chairman of the Board of Supervisors and County to Preparo cer- of taxes of County Budget as nibllshed, there being no taxpayers ST. e uf nt d f s ' rln S to be heard and no written objections filed, and make the necessary Entry Record. Ayes" n -?i!Li motlon Board adjourned to one j ciocit p, in, ? Cl °S'/ "• "--"Board met pur- to adjournment with all mem- Motion by Morris and seconded by elken that construction bond of Wm r $3 ' 931 -°° ls r approv- Motion by Helken and seconded bv •unnemark that assessor bond of . Motion by Helken and seconded bv Punnemark that Soldiers' Exemption It o f o iv, N1ols ?. n on Bast f r. 70 acres <«i f \ *™™ 4 Se ° Jtlon 2 - 97 - 27 for year <«i f 931 for J and exemption of M ' TJ -*»• -..-. *..**...1|J(.<U(1 Ul UL, R. \Yagner on Lot 1, Block 64 O P Mgoiia for 1031 for $500.00 are hereby mowed. Ayes: All Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that Treasurer's Seml-An- nual Report ending May 31st, 1931 is n e £r^* a .? P , rov 7 !d> and Countv Auditor nstructed to have same published as r ,°7 lc ] ed by law - A S'es: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded >y 'Funnemnrk that following refunds 'e allowed: s John N. Ludwig be refunded $632 -onsl. Tax on personal property Pral- e township for 1930 on account of lerical error. That G O. Thompson be refunded 6.0.3 on Tax Receipt No. 73, Lone Rock Ind. Fenton for 1930, on account £ double payment. That Christina Wernert be refunded -.00 on Tax Receipt No. 2297 Algona no., Dist. No. 1 for 1930 on account t over payment as per examiner's re- ort. That road poll tax of Fred H *rown, Seneca township, for year 9 ? '. s h , er . eby ' cancelled on account of hysical disability That Clark Orton b.» refunded $40.00 larrlage license fee erroneously paid wlce to County Treasurer in 1930 Vyes: All. Cliuivh Fair in September— St. John's seventh annual church fair will bo held September l and 2, on the church grounds. and at St. John's Lutheran church, three miles south and a mile east of Depew, last Thursday by the Rev. E. 1C. Oaard and the Rev. Mr. AVIg- (ialil, and burial was made in a Lutheran cemetery there. Mr. Dreyer was a member of St. John's Lutheran church here. Funeral .services were hold at the church Friday in charge of the Rev. II, W. Kabelitz, local pastor, and burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery north of town. 1'jlnoi-a Christopher, Nampa, Ida., visited at A. J. Kennedy's last week. The Ed\v. Weisbrod and John Bollinger families, with Dr. S. W. Meyer, were dinner guests at Charles Weisbrod's Sunday. The Harry flril't'ith.s and Mr. and Mrs. August Widdel, Waterloo, Edw. Ayiddel. Madelia, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Widdel were entertained at L. J. AVeisbrod'a at dinner Sunday evening. Mrs. Ed Weisbrod nnd her daugh- tc-rs Lucille and Ethel drore to Kit-mine last Thursday a»d spent the y with the former's sister Mrs. Edwin Josten. Clarence Alderson, Burden, 111., came last week Wednesday io visit the William and Myron Aldersona. He is a baother of William and Myron. The Elmer Welsbroda and Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt drove to Klorame Sunday to attend a. Kerner family reunion. The C. O. Humphreys, Sidney Bruce, g.nd Kuthr Ellen spent day at George Robb's, Estherville. Other Bancroft News. Dorothy and Arthur Benson, Mapleton, Minn., are spending the week with their grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Welp. They came down with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welp Jr., and Bertha, Floretto and Emily Welp, who visited at the Benson home Sunday. Mrs. Benson was Dorothy Welp before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. N. iSTeubauer and daughter Phllllpie, of Minnesota Lake, Minn., were visitors at the John Bernhard home Saturday. Miss Neubauer has been teaching in Minneapolis for the past seven years. The Clarence Ditsworths, Eagle Grove, spent Sunday at the Adam and Alfred Ditsworth homes. Bernice Willard, Eagle Grove, who spent two weeks with the Alfred Ditsworths, went home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Benson, Mankato, and two children, the Elmer Merrills, Blue Earth, and the J. N. Men-ills spent Sunday at West Bend. Mr. Benson is a cousin of Mr. Merrill and Elmer is a brother. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pauke, Mrs. Stella Decpe and William Pauke of Dyersville went home Monday after several days with the William Vaskes. The men are cousins of Mr. Vaske. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker, Mason City, spent Saturday and Sunday at the homes of Mrs. Peter Becker and Frank Lappe. Mrs. Becker was Rosalyn Luppe before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. George Cutler, Lake Crystal, spent several days at the Albert Cutlers here. Mrs. Albert Cutler and the George Cutlers -spent Sunday and Monday in Waterloo. The w. J. Welps, Humboldt, visited the M. A. Saunders and Mrs. J. H. AVelp Sunday. Marjorie AVelp, who spent several days here with relatives, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Lentz and Mr! and Mrs. Phil Lentz of Carroll visited the J. j. Nut-res Saturday and Sunday. Jphn is a brother of Mrs. Nurre and Phil is a nephew. Mrs. H. E. Thels and Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Gossett spent several days last week at Spirit Lake visiting a daughter of Mrs. Theis and a sister of Mrs. Gossett. The Henry Lentz family, sf AVil- mont, Minn., visited last week Wednesday and Thursday at the J. J. Nurre home. Mr. Lentz is a brother of Mrs. Nurre. Mr. a»d Mrs. Lae Brown, Omaha, and two daughters came Saturday for a week at Peter Berens'. Mrs. Brown was Sue Berens before her marriage. Marie Rector, Fort Dodge, visited friends here last week Wednesday and Thursday. She is a student nurse at Mercy hospital there. Tbfe Flprlan Hellmans are spnding a week a t N«w A r ien»a, where they are visiting his mother, Mrs. Henry Motion by Funnemark and seconded y McDonald that following resolu- ion be adonted : IKESOtKJTTON Now, on this 4th day of>August A. '. 1931, the Kossuth County Board of upervisors being In regular session, nd its coming to the attention of aid Board that one Eugene Erickon, who was some little time ago ommltted to the State Hospital for he Insane at Cherokee, Iowa, is now nd has been for the past month and . half subject to parole, and It ap- earing further that there seems to e some unwarranted objection to his aid parole, It is hereby resolved that this said 3oard go on record as recommending hat the aaid parole become effective Tt once and that the said Eugene irlckson be paroled to his father Terman Erlckson, at St. Benedict' owa, it being requested that the said )arole stipulate that the said Eugene ..rlckson be prohibited from going to •nd I frequenting the Town of Ban- 1931 d ° Pte<J ibis 4th jtlay of August, Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded with the Auditing and Allowing of bills as per Schedule of Claims" hereinafter SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND S. J. Backus, postage ........ 5.00 Mrs. F. A. Corey, labor in recorder's office .... 750 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., tel. service ............ 6705 Edward Pannkuk, bounty ...... l'40 Duane E. Jensen, bounty ..... 2'70 City of Alsona, light and water service .............. mM a T ""tpner, assessor ....... •;!• J- Backus, envelopes ..... Dunne E. Jensen, bounty .... II. M. Smith, engineer ....... Duane E. Jensen, bounty .. .. Olaf 'Funnemark, com. and session 13 KO 310 30130 l so ""'I3 5" FUND *> MAttfiew C. tirier, coyft re- - potte* .. ,.< i .... 14.09 MattheW 0. lOrier, court re- pbrter 10.M iti. E. Hovey, sheriff '* fees ... 27.56 W. O. Danson, J. p. fees ..... 3.00 L. A. Wlnkel, J. P. fees ... .* 14.6< C. Benrmann, J. P. fees .-. ... 4.0 Otto Nemmers, witness fees ,. .6 Richard Nemmers, witness fees ifif Carl Dalhtutser, constable fefes 2.8' W. J. Davlson, J, P. fees .... 2.00 Walter Steward, constable fees 8.1 Walter Fraser, exam, "home brew" 4.00 LlBRARlY FUND Clarkson Pub. co., books .. .. 10.60 ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND Henry Boeckholtz, right-of- way Ct. P 100.00 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road No. 164 2359.26 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. IR'oad No. 166 ),. 401.15 Carrie B. M^Inzer, gravel .. .. 293.76 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Rd. No. Paul •&' Donnelly, "sec. Rd. 'NO! 162 1265.58 Paul & Donnelly, See. Rd. No. 178 •• " 2659.76 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Rd. No. 179. 871.97 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Rd. No. 3" ........................... Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Rd. No.,, 167 .- ......................... Don T. Nugent, asst. engr. .. Milton MdFadden, rodman ",... Bauck Const. Co., grading S3S.80 336.07 175.00 71.75 . ., project No. IS ............. 405.00 Bauck Const. Co., grading project No. 17 .............. 495.00 Bauck Const. Co., grading project. No. 10 ............... 1800.00 Bauck const. Co., grading project No. 11 .............. 292.60 Bauck Const. l Co., grading project No. 8 2340.00 Oscar Earing, road patrol .... 125.00 W. F. Reynolds, checking gravel . H. M. Hansen,-checking gravel 95.00 hrls F. Nielsen, checking sravel 139.20 J. M. Moore, checking gravel. 22.00 Carrie 'B. (Melnzer, gravel .... 62.64 C. A. Lee, gravel 325.30 . Willard, trucking 62.50 M WllJard, trucking 27.00 Rd Willard, trucking 33.50 Russell Sharp, trucking 97.00 265.50 137.25 672.00 2.15 31.20 8.30 11.15 43.6-1 154.00 100.00 19.40 G46.SO 94.20 212.SO 102.80 . __.. 367.20 jargent Machine Co., supplies 119.50 3es Molnos Steel Co., supplies 2T22.45 Concrete Materials Corp:, sup- Bauck Const. Co;, labor ., .'.'. 3auck Const. Co., labor 3auck Const. Co., labor Jake Lamport Yds. Inc., stin- plles ..... P. J. Bchmalen, labor ... Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, supplies ... Andrew A. 'Fangman, labor ... Slmer Zenor, grading jeo Delperdang, gra-d'ing .. ..' Cennedy Bros., grading assign Jeltering 'Garage, supplies ... '. A. Roberts, bridge ierman Gies, labor Fjeroy IH. Elbert, labor Clarence Elbert, labor Barton-AVarner Co., supplies.. * Walker, Ion* ; i t n> Merrill Bros., provisions .. ... . A, W. ^Jurgens, iirovl»lon«; clmd. »3.98; allowed >.. Thos. Akre, provisions 13,08 Art Bettln, provisions 21- E. ti, Hansen, provisions 10, if C. R. Smith, provisions .; ... ,10.28 — " . . , Cut Price Grocery, provisions, * 82.S 1 Thaves Sisters, provisions* <•...- 16.09 Leader Onsh Store, provisions, clmd. $25.98; allowed .....i. .. 20.6 J. Bruer, provisions ... ... , k . 16.9 Hibods Cash Store, provisions. 10.0 C. S. Johnson, provisions ....'• 4.0 Benedicts Store, provisions' ... 14.08 Daniel lilohlitor, provisions; clmd. $9.30; allowed 8.3 O. A. Sharp, provisions ...... 10.00 W. T. Trainer, provisions; clmd. $2.90; allowed .6 John •Spllles, rent .»:. 16.01 A. K. Pasley, rent 35.0 E. IR'oss, rent ...i 12.0 C. a. Dourte, rent Art Lester, rent .. Will Myers,, rent 10.W 10.00 7.01 B. H. Worley. rent ... ... ..... 48.01 Floyd O. Pasley, light serv. .. 1,9 Jensen's Hardware, supplies . 2.9 la. Children's • Home Society, board 22.92 Co, Auditor Faytette Co., aid!.. 57.H Mrs. 'M. J. Nemmers, board ... , 30.01 Dr. J. O. Clapsaddle, med. aid , S6.7f J. A. Dovlne, med. aid 7.11 Walter 'Fraser, med. aid 69.09 Drs. Kcneflck & Keneflck, • med. aid ;. 27.« Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care.. 219.25 Laird & McCullough, ambulance service ... 3.0( Elsie Cady, board 84.00 BCohlhaas Bros. Oarage, supplies, etc. ... Elinor T. 'Sutton, office exp... DRAINAGE FUND Dr. 3— 'Frank Welch, repairs Ray A. Marquis, labor and! supplies 13.00 Dr. 4— . Ray A. Marquis, labor and', supplies ... ... .. 21.00 6.76 5.80 8.00 Frank Welch, labor ... Dr. 60- Ray- A. Marquis, labor supplies ... . (Frank AVelch, labor ... , Dr. 72— Heriry Fisher, labor ... Dr. 82- and 12.00 29.60 12.00 7-.50 20.00 33.75 Austin Western Road Machine Co., supplies 505.00 ROA.D _MAfl:NTENANCE FtTND 3.72 3,7G 2.70 146.20 S.2f> 7.00 C. M. St. P. & Pac. R 5 -, freight ity of Algona, light and' water service ............. . ........ Railway Express Agency, express ....................... owa State Bank, sight draft.. . & N. W. R'y Co., frt ...... }ity of Algona, light serv: ____ Railway Express Agency, express ........................ Wm. Roeber, county shed v .li! 02 72&00 , . S. D. McDonald, labor ........ 100.00 'om Weir, patrol ............ IOOW Francis Elbert, patrol ......... 101. 60 Wm. A. Elbert, patrol ........ ' 8-100 ohn S. Nelson, patrol ........ I07.SO "!lem Goodman, patrol ........ 104 So Chester Alme, patrol ........ 8225 Pearly C. Haynes, patrol ..... 94.50 ohn Hanselman, patrol ..... 150.60 J. F. Quinn, patrol ........... 118.40 31e. iGerdls, patrol 4200 Jans W. Nielsen, patrol .. .. 10100 C. A. Lamoreux, patrol 143.25 oa. Bestenlehner, patrol .. .. 91 Off, Vm. O. Ludwig, patrol lOn.20 Will Leeper, patrol .... 92.40 T ohn Phillips, patrol 1T50.20 . H. Montgomery, patrol .... 10-1.40 Clyde Sanders, patrol 01.35 oe Helderscheidt, patrol .. .. 91.00 tinier Ewing, patrol T1T.OO *. D. Pruisman, patrol -KK.Ofli Win. F. 'Gronbach, patrol .... -80.50 oe M. Esser, patrol 4000 3d ward Fuchsen, patrol 104.00 i. E. Doyle, patrol • 84.00 . O. Seylar, patrol 10.50 'eter Movick, patrol 104.00 ames M. Moore, patrol 9100 . K McGulre, labor 93 CO "eter N. Thilgps, dragging ... 13.12 Randolph Johnson, dragging-!"- 14 01 -I. L. iMelz, labor ; 'ohn 'F. Hintz. dragging ay Godden, dragging A. E. Weaves, dragging Toloomb & Wnllentlne, labor. 3. C. Anderson, dragging Ubert Kressln, dragging j. Byers. dragging ... Tenry .F. 1-Iofbauer, dragging. .................... ""'I3 5" Chas. Morris, com. and session 250]l2 , . 'F. J. Balgeman, com. and session 213.74 '36S8 " 'no '40 '30 P. J. Helken, com. and' session 23S.74 W. E. McDonald, com. and session ..................... Kenneth Hanig, bounty ...... Orville Koppen, bounty ...... Edward Brandt, bounty ...... W. S. Hunt. Board of Education meeting ............... io.cs L. K. Hovey, board and room prisoners ................... Bancroft Register, pub. Board Proc ........................ Auditor of State, state examiners ....................... H. F. Schultz, weed commissioner ..................... Chas. F. Finn, labor ...... .'.' Theo. Dorenbush, weed commissioner .................. Ubbe Winter, weed commissioner ............... ' ........ S. P. Eckhoim, local registrar I. E. Wortman, local registrar L. B. Hollister, local registrar Floretta Welp, local registrar II. A. Thompson, local registrar ...................... Win. Boyken, local registrar!! R. 'H, iFlnnell, local registrar. Adah Carlson, local registrar. Arthur Hof, local registrar ... Fred A. Diekman, local registrar ....................... A. E. Michel, checking claims 'laiurroughs Adding Machine Co., malnt. aerv ............ Klinto Loose, Leaf Co., supplies ...... ' ................. Geo. D. Barnard Sta. Co., supplies .................... Frye Mfg. Co.. supplies ..!!!! Metropolitan Supply Co., sun- plies ................... Frederick Haverland, supplies Sperbeck Ptg. co., supplies ... C A 'Samson, assisting sheriff. Mrs. Eva Corey, labor ....... iMary K. Sands, labor ........ Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supplies ......................... Koch Brothers, supplies .. Advance Pub. Co., supplies .... Bertha H. Johnson, adv. bty. and exp .............. Clark Orton, offic-n exp. ..."!!! Wm. Shirley, expense ........ Todd Sales Co., labor ........ Leon M. Merrill, coroner's fee Cecil Huff, jury fees ...... Otto Wille, jury fees ........ H. B. Coleman, jury fees .... Dr. Corbin, physician's fees .. Helen Zlttrltsch, reporter's fees ......... . ................ Arnold Saunders, constabla fees .................. , ....... J. C. Bommel, wllness fees ... Lester Bommel, witness fees. William Boiiimel, witness fees Lawrence Bommel, witness fses ..................... Jess Stoddard. witness fees !!! Mrs. carrle Gardner, witness fees .......................... Todi 'Sales Co., renewal policy W. H. Horan Eler Co., supplies ................. John Hecrarty, repairs ... .'!!! Worton Machine Works, labor Advance Pub. Co., pub. Board Proc ........................ Haggard & 'Backus, pub. Bd. 182.50 ES.43 S66.30 52.82 66.00 30.50 13.45 S.75 6.25 3.25 16.25 3.2-i 4.?S 4.75 14.50 2.50 3.00 S.25 28.55 149.37 3.S4 S.50 IS.30 6.90 si'.'oo 1.50 81.00 8.97 1.25 40.45 S.27 118.25 48.33 5.50 21.94 2.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 • i.oo 1.00 15.00 31.30 1.50 «.35 Ci.70 113.03 Ibbe Winter, dragging lolm A. Sleper, dragging .. ..... A. M. Gustafson, dragging ... Vlbert Wittkopf, dragging ...... A. M. Gustafson. dragging A. D. Butterfield, dragging ... •Yank Riebhoff, dragging .... Raymond E. Peterson, dragging iouls Scott, dragging Otto Enelbarts, dragging .. Peter iBeenken, dragging .. .. Calvin Householder, patrol ... W. A. Fisher, patrol Arthur Quinn, loss of horse .. Ray A. Marquis, labor ..i .... 'Frank Welch, labor Humboldt County Auditor, resurfacing road 4.50 23.73 15.00 19.50 17.02 34.51 3.00 23.63 7.50 28.50 30.75 10.06 16.52 5.41 • 11.25 9.00 31.50 S.25 66.75 51.74 72.00 100.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 634.28 John Lloyd, repairing bridge.. 3.50 S. M. Jordan, labor 11.55 Ross K. Coleman, hauling gravel ... .5,00 Bertha E. Johnson, frt 162 IGeorge Wallace, labor 775 Carl 'Syverson, labor 10.35 Norton Machine Works, sup- Plles ioc.03 B. H. Gardner, supplies 400 Kent Motor Co., supplies .... 19.94 Frank Flats, repairs 23.95 George Holtzbauer, repairs ... 10.15 Tire Service Co., supplies .. .. 11.50 AT. M. Morrow, supplies 7.75 Matt Murtha, supplies 2° 70 'Grierke-Robinson Co., supplies. 33](i3 W. H. Horan Elec. Co., supplies E. W. Lusby, supplies C. S. Johnson, supplies Frank Welch, labor Ray A. Marquis, labor and suppllse Dr. 83- : Henry Fisher, labor Dr. 84- Clpra Dredging Co., estimate No. 1 ... 741,47: Moore & Moore Inc., supplies 1.37 A. E. Michel, engineer 130)00> f. H. Lathrop, rodman .. .. 27il3 Dr. 90— 'Frank Welch, labor ... ... .. 4IOOi Ray A. Marquis, labor and sup K 6.75 Dr. 95— A. E. Michel, engineer . ...*.• 30.001 Willis Vessels, .repairs 44.62 E. L. Vessels, repairs 61.00' Dr. 99— ^ A. E. Mjchel, engineer 10.00 Hilbert Severlens, Chas. > Cooper and A. J. Lowler, pt. of final 1S0.09' Tom Pedersen, pt. of final .. 131.60 Chas. Cooper, Hilbert Sever- iens, and A. J. Lowler, pt. of final 40.00' Tom Pedersen ... 100.40 Dr. 17S— A. E. Michel, engineer .. .. 21.00 Haggard & Backus, pub. notice 9.75 .E-K Jt. No. 2- Lafe Simmons, final 244.90 A. E. Michel, engineer 25.00 H-IC 7-120— Farmers Cooperative Soo., supplies • .34. W-K 68-136— (Frank Welch, repairs 7.00 Ray A. Marquis, repairs and supplies 12.24 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'\herelnbefore written as per vote on each Individual bill. Ayes: AIL On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m. August llth, 1931. • BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. August 11, 1931. Auditor's Office, Aug. 11, 1931. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present except OTun- memark. Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald' that final bond resolution on Dr. 178 for $6,300.00 is hereby adopted. See iRecord for Resolution). Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Heiken that full amount due on T. 'B. claims is hereby allowed and County Auditor is hereby instructed, to pay the difference between amount heretofore allowed by Board and amount certified by Iowa Department of Agriculture as follows: A. B. Schenck John Frankl C. R. Sohoby Andrew Godfredsen Louis Goetz A. G. Schultz uTrank Van Dorston Peter Kollasch .. . F. 'F. Schumacher H. W. Schultz'.., . Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Morris that final estimate of Paul and Donnelly on Secondary-Road No I 19 .L * 4(U8; 'Secondary Road No. 136. for $98.85 Is hereby allowed, and. County Auditor is hereby authorized to issue warrant as provided by law. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by M^Donald^ that ^second quarterly re- ni_-i. -•»_..-._ ~. . of j^ approved. ee.04 1«1 93 ' %cs ' 9509 District Court, Is Ayes: All. hereby Motion by Heiken and seconded by Morris that report of A. E. Michel engineer, on Dr. 95 dated August 4, 19J1, is hereby approved and Balgeman and Michel are hereby appointed as a committee to make repairs Ayes: AH. Kohlhaas Hardware, supplies. 70 OG J. M. Blanchard, supplies .... 52 7B Beed Hardware, supplies .. .. s;»5 Northern Lumber Co., supplies 3.90 Botsford dumber Co., supplies S.S5 Dick Paul, hauling gravel 109.28 J W Donnelly, hauling gravel 374.24 TTenry Fisher, labor 164.00 J. A. Roberts, contractor .. .. 14735 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co. supplies.. 77 85 Gibbs-Cook Tractor & Epuiq. Mo' 10 " by Helken and seconded by Morris that Soldiers' Exemption of S', S -,, Wy £ le °" svv 1-1 Section 9-100- J* ls hereby allowed for J500.00. Ayes: Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that 'Heiken is hereby ap- 3.90 1 po nted as a committee to have rein Ayl'sl 6 A°U. Co., supplies Barton-Warner Co., supplies .. Dukehart Mach. Co., supplies. J, 'D. Adams Co., supplies International Harvester Co., supplies ... ., Austin-Western Road Mach. Co., supplies Economy Welding Works, repairs la. State Highway Commission, supplies .. Herman M. Brown Co., supplies Gross Tractor & Equip. Co., supplies Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co., supplies Haggard & Backus, pub. notices POOR OTJND 4.52 572.44 1 28.09 222.57 428.40 70.71 GC.04 23.55 9.00 2.08 63.00 2.40 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service Elinor T. Sutton, transp Elinor T. Sutton, tran.ps .. .. Elinor ,T. Sutton, transp. .. .. AJgona loe Cream 4 Candy Fact., supplies Thos. Akre, provisions A. K. Cliff, supplies M. M. Morrow, supplies Mattj Murtha, supplies Kohlhaas Hdw., supplies .. .. Norton Machine Works, supplies ... 'Biotsford Lumber Co., supplies John Heararty, labor ;.. Melvln Selfert. labor G. J. Gutknecht, labor ... .... Leon Kaschmitter, labor Elbe Van Dorston, labor 20.55 26.00 7.25 25.00 13.8ft SG.70 5.40 1.25 35.C6 9.07 20.70 34.10 2.7» 7.00 3.20 3.50 200 Robert W. Voighti labor '.'.'.'.'. 1290 H. W. Helwke, calf 70^00 Oelweln Chemical Co., supplies 1760 J. W. Donnelly, hauling gravel 469 H, R. Sorensen & Co., 'provis- rons , ,. 900 Herman Wise, provisions . Motion by McDonald and seconded by Morris that salary of Wm. Shirley County Superintendent, is hereby fixed at $2500.00 for one year from Sep- temer 1, 19J1, to Septemer 1, 1932 Ayes; All. Motion by Morris and seconded by ??°^,? 1nl J; ld , l ^ at amende( l report of A. E. Michel, Engineer, on Dr. 84 is hereby approved. Ayes: All On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m. September 1, 1931. B13RTHA E. JOHMSON, _ __^^ County Auditor. PLANT I OB RED (HIGH PROTEIN) SEED WHEAT to. replace unprofitable oats. Obtain yields of from 35-45 bushels per acre by use of Pr ° per Send 15c for booklot WINTER WHHAT IN IOWA INDEPENDENT GROWERS DM»lon o| CollluB Faring C p. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA GRANBMOTHEirs 12PanIU> • . . _. - *'.. .A for only Twelve pan rolls that have the same delightful flavor that made your,own Grandmother's pan rolls the family favorite. Made of the same choice ingredients, carefully baked, and delivered fresh daily. Ask for them today at the nearby A&P Food Store. Lux Flakes .... (LARGE PKG. . Jap Rose Soap . . 3 Rain Water Crystals . « 2| ( AskUie manager of your nearby A$ P Food Store about our Produce Specials ! A&P Food Stoi STERN DIVISION and I'uciBc Tea Company ^ IOWA COAL • MORE HEAT PER This Winter Burn Iowa Co 1 is the time ; to give some thought to the full pi | are going to burn this winter. Every test has prov«n that IOWA COAL is the moitl economical fuel for Iowa people. The IOWA COAL«»?[ today is CLEAN .: . it is produced by modern' mining wt^l ode ... it is free from slate and other impurities. Mjrf ; for dollar it produces mote bal.l than any other fuel available to'I Iowa people. For solid comfort;!?! for sound economy . . . BURN;! IOWA COAL. ' || Call your coal dealer today, If J he- doesn't have IOWA COAL hi stock he will gladly get it (of ;i| you in plenty of time for colif weather. "More Heat Per Dollar"—write for thli instructive FREE booklet It telli you how io get the most hc»t out of Iowa Coal. Ad- tatu your inquiry to Hugh W. Lundy, Sec- "retary, Albla. Iowa. HUGH W. LUNDY. ALBIA. IOWA WACQA JDY. 8EC-V /£, . //////0 OWA ^aJrft^UiMAKJ "" '•• • ^** ' All Models- Priced far below their actual value! '•'-.. .'•':• 1931 TwdorlDemonstrator Save $100 KENT MOTOR CO, Phone 484 AUTHORIZED Try Advance t, SJV.r.'.A..

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