Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1932
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COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQofrA. IOWA WOMEN ACTIVE IN F. B, WORK IN PORTLAND Burt," Jan; 19— The Portland Progress club' held a reg'ular ' meeting last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. D, M. Slew&rt's;' wlth ; 'Mesdaines John Trunkhtll, A. Bunkofsk-e, and W. J. .'.Stewart ' as assisting hostesses. In .spite' Of a snowstorm between 20 and .30 -women attended: 'The .following program 1 'was given: •-•••• • • Roll call, Christmas sayings of chll.are.ir;., ^paper, History of Calen,/Jars, ' ! "Ivti' "Tru'nkh'uT," questions "a.Tx>Ut time, answered by members; ^report on Achievement day plans, JMrs. Ed "Dittmer, township chalr- rinan. There was community singing •with lots of pep, after which' 'the 'meeting was adjourned and I'e'fresh- -menUs were served. •Meetings Are -held In- each school district to finish the first and sec- 'Ond lessons in the current Farm .Bureau project. Districts Nos. 7 :and 8, Mrs. Oarnie Hood and Mrs. Tony Jamil, co-operators, took a lesson at Mrs. Jandl's -January '12. 13 women attending. An old rocker 'was re-caned. ; • • . • Dist. No. 9, Mrs. Theo Engler, co- i operator, held a meeting at Mrs. Lewis McWhorter's January 13, and four women attended. A George Washington party is 'to be f.'iven at Mrs. Dell Fitch's Feb- .ruary 5 by the Portland F. B. This :is to be an all-day affair, and each :family attending is to t:ike a covered dish and isamlwicheii. There will be a -program. 'Eastern Stars Install Officers — Officers installed last week Tues.•day evening by the O. E. S. are Mrs. W.'. H. Klamp, W. M.; W. H. :Klamp, W.. i'.; Mrs. C. W. Patter• son, A. M.: Dr. R. H. Thompson. A. ;.P.; Mrs. E. E. -Paine, Cond. : Mrs. G. P. Kawcott, A. Cond.: Mrs. J. 13. Clifton, secretary ; Mrs. C. H. : Schrader, Trerns.: Mm. Donald ; Weir, Adah: Iva Trunkhill, Ruth: i.Tennie Thompson, Martha; Mrs. M. ;L. Vinaas, Electa: Mrs. J. G. ,'Thavp-s. warder: -the Rev. ,1. E. Clif- 'ton. sentinel. Mrs. P. L. . Dremmel was installing officer. •U and 1 Circ'lc (fives l ; The II anil I Circle held its an- i nual banquet at the Legion hall Fri; day and 70 persons attended, including members of the Circle and their families. A program was giv- !en in the afternoon, and it included: dialog. -Saving His Bacon, Mrs. J. ;G. Sewick and Clara Shaw; reading, I Mrs. Floyd Duncan; songs, quar- ttette; dialog, Mrs. Elza Woltz, Mrs. •Tom Trenary, and Mrs. Harry Putz; '•'piano solo, IHeada Kollasch; read- Ing, Zellx-i Rae Putz; and The Fairview Hustler, Mrs. J. P. Stow. Relatives Visit at Thompson's— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dixon, Dysart, Helen Thompson, Coe college student, Mrs. John Buckingham, Mr. and Mrs. P,en Stoebe, and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Stoebe. Humboldt, spent last Wednesday at H. A. Thompson's. They came to see Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. S. S. Dixon, who lias been ill, and also the Walter -Dovlins, who left Wednesday night for their home at Los Angeles, Calif. Woman's Club Hours Program— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. Donald Weir's, with Mrs. W. H. Vogel as assisting hostess. -The program, on the literature and women of Russia, follows: roll call, Famous Women; Maxim Gorky and his Influence in Modern Russia, Mrs. F.- E. Rubey; New Position of Women in Russia, Mrs. J. E. Clifton; Red-Breed Hindus, Mrs. W. T. Peters. Teacher's Birthday U Honored- Charlotte Warrior and Anna Overgaard entertained the following friends at the W. T. Trainer home Saturday evening: Supt. and Mrs. Donald 'Weir, Alice Eighme, Mildred Anderson, Myrtle Hanna, S. J. Fardal, and Condit Bowie. The affair was in honor of Miss Eighme's birthday. Forty Attend Men's Dinner— Forty persons attended a men's dinner at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. Dinner was served by the women of the church. Erwin Wortman, Lakota, gave a talk on Debts We Owe, S. J. Fardal played two violin numbers, and a male quartette sang. Play to be lieneuted Tonight— The Lutheran Walther League will repeat the play Romantic Mary in tin; church basement this week Thursday evening. It was first given a few weeks a so, but, due to poor weather, only a small crowd attended. Three Off tor California— M. E. Polhemus accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith to California last week Tuesday. Ho will visit his son Ernest, who lives at Artesia, Calif. GAMBLE STORES HAD GOOD BUSINESS Yj A R IN 1931 Gamble Stores, operating 162 auto supply,'radio, and sporting goods stores in nine north and middle western states report exceptional progress during 1931, according to dividend' checks totaling $142,000 mailed ' January 1 to over 1,000 stockhpldei's In communities served by' 1 the stores. Radio sales especially showed an exceptionally large increase. Total sales' showed an increase of approximately 10.39 per cent over 1930, despite the fact that retail prices decreased approximately 20 per cent. Net profits were considerable greater than In 1930. Twenty - two new stores were opened during 1931. The stores are Operating In Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, and Michigan. FOUR GAMES IN A ROW WON BY SENECA TEAMS > Setre&a, Jan. 19—The last week in basketball moved one week closer to the tournaments, and developments from now on will be watched with more and more Interest. The high lights of the last week were Swea City's defeat by Algona, and two defeats of the Fenton boys by Seneca and the Bancroft St. John's team. Seneca won four games, the girls beating Fenton Tuesday night, 31 -28, and going on with an unbeaten record of nine straight by defeating Bancroft Friday night, 29-13. The Seneca boys defeated Fenton, 15-14, ..Tuesday night, and then on Friday night, took Bancroft's scalp, 32-15. Tliis week is semester "exams" week, with no games .scheduled, but next week the fireworks will start again, with Seneca's boys playing Bancroft St. John's Tuesday night and .the local girls playing a strong opponent, Armstrong, Friday. The scheduled for the rest of the season will be tough, ending with a girls' county tournament at Ledyard February 19-20 and a boys' county tournament at Lakota the following week. Wesley games' here, postponed January G because of the blizzard, are now scheduled for February 15. The Wesley girls, so far unbeaten, are planning to "swipe the bacon" from Seneca, and this should be a real game. The Wesley boys are an unknown quantity here. Mrs. Wallace IMi-hmonil Dead— News has been received of the death of Mrs. Wallace Richmond. Mr. Richmond was well-known in this community when he used to referee basketball games at Seneca. Particulars concerning the funeral are not known at this writing. Three small children were left motherless. Hoy Sick; Whooping Cough— The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Murray was seriously sick last week-end with whooping cough and complications. A registered nurse, Patria Peterson, of Ringsted, was called to care for the baby. The child seemed improved Monday. Si'iieclins Are Snowbound Again— Most Seneca farmers have been snowbound again since snows last week-end which made the roads impassable for cars. Snowplows are kept busy clay and night. Supervisor Morris and his men run three plows. Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn, daughter Marjorie, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton, with their son Ellis Earl, spent last week Tuesday evening at Roy Osborn's, helping Harold Osborn celebrate his sixth birthday. Eldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, and Jo Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden, are recovering from the whooping cough, which they have had two weeks. Last week Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen, the former's mother, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, and Mrs. Anna Osborn visited Mrs. Carrie Thompson, Swea City. Mrs. Jens Halvoreon entertained the Willing Workers Saturday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Joseph Madden will entertain at the next meeting in February. Ellis Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton, was sick last week-end with bronchial and lung troubles, but was recovering Mon clay. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen spent Friday at the latter's parental (Lewis Appelt) home near Swea City. Mrs. Anna Osborn and her son Earl spent last Thursday at William Brown's, near. Armstrong. Choir Rehearsals for Conies!— The Methodist choir is rehearsing for a group music festival to be held here February 10. Anna Overgaard is leader. Legion (Jives Dance Tonight— The local Legion post will give a dance this week Thursday evening at the Legion hall. • Waffle Slipper Tomorrow Night— The Aid society will serve a waffle supper at the Methodist church this week Friday evening. Other Burt News. Lura Sewick, Harris teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sewick. The L. II. SchenckH were Sunday dinner guests at Claire Winkle's. The James Christiansens were Sunday dinner guests at Earl Griffith's, in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schwietert visited at Albert Lea Saturday. The A. N. Jensens spent the week-end with relatives at Gruettlnger. The J. G. Sewlcks and F. O. Stows visited at J. T. Graham's, near Algona, Sunday. Russell Chipman came up from Ames and spent from last week Wednesday to Friday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Myron Chipman spent the week-end at home. The- Tuesday Bridge club met last Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. R. . Rash's. Burt WM, P. VASKE OF BANCROFT, DIES JAN, 11 Bancroft, Jan. 19 — William P. Voake, who died at his home early Monday morning; after suffering two months with pleurisy, was horn In New Vienna, February 21, 1885. He was married February 6, 1907, to Hanna Oval at New Vienna, and they planned to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary next month. Besides his wife he la survived by eight children, who are at home, as follows: Leander, Clarence, Adnlle. Marvin, Lucille, Linus, Em II and Valeria. He Is also survived by a brother and four sisters: Joe Vaske, Mrs. A. B.'Meech- er. Mrs. J. P. Menke and Mrs. Joe Elsbecker, of Bancroft, and Mrs. Clem Menke, of St. Cloud, Minn. Funeral services were conducted by Monsignor J. D. Flsch at St. John's Catholic church Wednesday morn- Ing, and burial was made In St. John's cemetery- The Catholic Order of Foresters, ..of which he was a member, walked In a body at the services. Mr. Vaske was assessor for Greenwood township. Hiiitermnkcrs Arp Hired— The monthly meeting of directors of the Bancroft Co-operative creamery was held last week Monday at the Farmers & Traders Savings bank. H. E. Theis and son Frank were hired as buttermakors for $2700 for the coming year. The buttermilk for January and February was sold to A. A. Droessler. The ten high cream checks for two ner. TITONKIAN LOSES FINGER WHEN 6UH IS DISCHARGED Tito-nka, Jan. 19— 'While Russell Kuchenreuther and William • Kennedy were hunting Saturday an ac-j cld'ent occurred. • Ritssell attempted to cross a fence, and his gun was discharged, the charge 'taking effect In one of his hands. He was taken to the Kossuth hospital, where an operation was performed, and the little finger on his left hand was amputated. Sunday morning- Arthur Jay Budlong and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kuchenreuther drove to Algona and brought him home. Undergoes Operation. Mra. C. B. Moore Smith, of Des Molnes Is recovering from a major operation performed last Thursday at the Mercy hospital, Des Molnes. She was Mayme Barry, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs: C. B. Barry, and W. A. Barry, of the HUb billiard hall, is her brother. South Cretco Fifty persons, attended a Mothers and Daughters club party Friday evening at the D. D. Sparks home. Five hundred was played•• at six tables. Mrs. William Runchey received a plate as a prize for the high woman and L. R. Wildin a deck of cards. G. W. Brown and Mrs. Charles Reaper had the low scores. The William and Fernley Runch- eys were guests Sunday of the E. C. Potters. ( ' The A. E. Claytofis now' drive a Chrysler car. ' They recently visited Mrs. Clayton's brother, J. R. Peterson, Minneapolis. John Henry, of Gold-field,- was here part of last week, looking after his farm, tenanted by Nick Wag- weeks of December were paid to J. J. Nurre $83.90, Henry La nine $77.62, Leo Bernhard $6-1.07, H. G. Hamilton $62.01, Wesselman and Kennedy $53.04, F. H. Mescher $43.GS, Anton Stork $42.22, William Goche $40.55, M. Bernhard $39.68 and Clyde Shlpler $35.54. Mr, and Mrs. Archie McDaniels, Sioux ^Rapids, will work at the D. D. Sparks farm this season. 150 Attend F. H. :V crowd of 150 WHS present last week Tuesday evening at the pubic school for the Greenwood-Ramsey Farm Bureau meeting. The pu- )H« of the third and fourth grades gave a program. Representatives from the Standard Oil company showed three reels of film on the screen, and "-Jack" Walsh, of Mason Jity, sang several songs. The next meeting will be held February 9. Weather Hits Curd Party— A small crowd attended a card party at the St. John's auditorium Sunday evening. Mrs. Joe Recker •xnd H. J. Guide won the bridge jrize and Mrs. Bridget Quinn and A. A. Droessler won in 500. Mrs. A. A. Droessler got the door prize. The weather kept the size of the rowd down. .Uasonle Officers Installed— The 1D32 officers of the Masonic odge were installed last week Saturday evening. Charles P. Hansen is again serving as W. M. Oscar Patterson as S. W., Hans M. Nielsen, J. W., Viggo Christenson, secretary, and R. L. Rossman, treasurer. The annual business meeting was also held. Attend .«!(,' Skll Tourney— Loo Conlon, Philip and John Sheridan, and Allen Murphy were at Canton., S. D., Sunday, where they saw the International Skiing tournament, where 35 countries were represented as contestants in a tryout for the Olympic team. I Board Proceedings December 29, 1931. Auditor's Office, December 29, 1931. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Audit and allow bills. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. in . One o'clock p. m.—Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and seconded by iFunnemark that following amounts •bo transferred from Boad Construction Fund to various Drainage Dis-, tricts: • Dr. No. 9— Whlttemore twp., 5th assmt. .$ 12.08 'Gurfleld twp., 5th assmt. .. 2.601 Crwsco twp., 5th assmt. . .. 3.01 Rlverdale twp., 5th assmt... 2.18 Dr. No. 20— Ramsey twp., 4th assmt. ... 31.83 Dr. No. 33— •Buffalo twp., 4th assmt. ... 10.00 Tltonka Inc., 4th assmt. ... 3.00 Sub S of 60— iGrant twp., 4th assmt 10.04 Dr. No. 7S— Fenton twp., 4th assmt 7.12 Dr. No. 95— Irvlngton twp., 7th assmt... 18.00 iSherman twp., 7th assmt. ... 72.00 'Dr. No. 10U— Ledyard twp., 7th assmt. ... 8.00 Dr. No. Ill— Springfield twp., 5th assmt. 8.00 Total Ayes: All. ....$ 194.46 Motion by iFunnemark and seconded by McDonald that petition on Secondary.'Road Districts Nos. 185 and 18fi be placed on file. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Helken that following resolution be adopted: WHEREAS, a number of claims Surprise Party IH Given— Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schiltz were surprised on their 20th wedding anniversary Saturday evening, when 12 of their friends dropped in. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. D. J. Mousel and P. J. Schiltz won the prizes. C. 0. F. Dance Is Planned— Bill Rondeau and his famous one- man band will play for the C. O. F. dance here February 3 at the Forester hall. These dances are public. Cards are played from 8 to 10, and then dancing till 1. t'. 0. F. Curd Party Given— At the card party given by the C. O. F. at the Forester hall last Wednesday evening Mre. F. J. Welp and A. A. Droessler won the bridge prizes, while Mrs. Frank Ellison and Peter Kramer won in 500. New Son for Ray Doyles— Mr. 'and Mrs. Ray Doyle have a new boy born last Thursday afternoon. The Doyles have a family of two boys. Mrs. Doyle will be r membered as Veda Rahe. Mrs. Harry Thill Passes— Relatives received word here last week of the death of Mrs. Harry Thill in Los Angeles. The Thills lived here 35 years ago and Mr. Thill was nightwatch. The P. T. A. met last Thursdaj evening at the schoolhouse, and the program consisted of a violin solo by S. J, Fardal, music by a girls sextette and a boys' octette, and a talk by the Rev. J. E. Clifton. The Brink Shiplers, of Zearing, visited from Friday to Monday at Will Ringsdorf's, and with other local relatives. The Roy Ringsdorfs were also Sunday dinner guests at William Ringsdorf's. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schwietert entertained at bridge last Thursday evening. The guests were the J. T. Heanys, L. A. Boettchers, Jesse Thoresons, M. M. Chipmans, Esther Olson, and Warren Ringedorf. Mr. and Mrs. L. Roetman, Dolll- ver, visited last week Wednesday at F. O. Stow's. Mrs. Frank Bahllng is at Rochester, where she is taking treatment at the Mayo hospital. Mr. and. Mrs. Geo. Koestler entertained at three tables of bridge last week Wednesday evening. Beulah Larson returned Monday from Fenton, where she had spent a week with Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards. D. D. Clapeaddle, Algona, its spending a few days at hie son Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's. ;Ada Beitz went to Iowa City last Thursday for treatment at the university hospital. The Birthday circle met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. W. B. Pratt's. Eleanor Vogel was confined to her home last week by illness. Stock Shipped to Market— Eleven carolads of stock w< shipped from this station Saturday noon by F. J. Welp and W. A. Murray, stock buyers. Other Bancroft News. John Droessler came home last Thursday evening from Sebeka Minn., where he visited relatives for six weeks. Fred 'Kadow, his uncle came back with him. Mrs. Fred Kadow and son Valentine are expected this week. Valentine home on his vacation now. He employed with the Union Pacific in Wyoming. J. J. Nurre and Lawrence Bergman were at Storm Lake last Thursday where Joe looked after a farm he owns near that city. Harry Farrow and Adolph Paulsen left Friday for Chicago, where they are visiting relatives week. for THREAT OF LOSS OF TRAIN STIRS ROCK ISLAND TOWNS Northwest Iowa towns along the Northwestern are not the only ones which face prospective loss of passenger train service. TheVe are now two Rock Island trains daily each way between Cedar Rapids anc Sioux Falls, but it is proposed to take off one train each wayi ane towns along the way are protesting vigorously. Kossuth student^ : at Iowa City will be affected toy Ihe change, if any, since rhany of them go and come via the Epck Island. DOMESTIC ANIMAL Walter Benson, lass of sheep, 6lmd. $419.60; allowed .. ., ,. C. Downs, loss of sheep ,. ... Wilbur (Farrow, loss of sheep, clmd. $16,00; allowed .,, C. A, OutkneCht, toss" Of sheep Theo E. Harr, loss of cows,.. Elmer Peterson,' loss of horses, clmd. $120.00; allowed ., ..... 0. E. Prlebe, loss of sheep, clmd. $20.00; allowed .... '.;,.. 16.00 T. B. ERAiDICATION IJIUND ne 6 1 clofik ft. w.-- vlsars met piirmiAht t provv ... it.(i alker, prov, drVpWw •<' 274& 10.00 12.00 9.35 65.CO , Motion' by M<kbonftid and seiiftHded by Baseman that p^tltfen W GUteo- Unlort Electric Company* tot fran-' chlse on extension of Hlghllne la hereby accepted and Gbunty Auditor ihatfucted to'have notice publlahed as 85.00 ' provided ,by law fixing February 2, H. .E. Woodward, vet. serv. 438.63 R, E, Weber, vet. serv 236.91 I* (N. Jargo, vet. serv. R. C. Ball, vet. serv H, S. Van Vranken,. vet. serv. F.- A. Bonnstetter, vet. serv.. H. S. Van Vranken, vet. serv. .207.16 H. R. Gibson, vet. serv *303.62 1932j at 10 o'clock a. m, as time for hearing. Ayes: All. x Motion by MoDoii&ld ttnd seconded by iFunnemark that 4th Quarterly report of Bertha IB, Johnson, Co; ,AUdl' ,„ , tor, and Laura Paine, Co. Reaordet- 230.62 are hereby approved. Ayes: All. 201.70 Motion by IFunnemark and seconded 273.60 by 'Balgernan that Secondary. ; Road 78.00 R. C, Ball, vet. serv./.. POOR FUND Northwestern 'Bell Tel. . Co., 266.19 petition Noa. 187-188 ore hereby placed on file. Ayes: All. Motion by B'algeman and seconded by Morris that Kossuth County Ar- ~.,,~... —. .—, vance, Upper Des Molnes-Republlcan. tel. service . 27.81 o f Algona, and Bancroft Register, of Frank L. Miller, light serv. .. 13.6* Bancroft, Iowa, are hereby• appoint*' Ivlrsch s Laundry, laundry "~ • ...... . ._- ... —.. Mr». W. H. (Bills,'*: ThaVes BlsUra, pfovf,,,* .. i\V. A. Murray, coal , i( <.. .. v°.™ Mcauire>& Coulrtney, Wood ,. 14.W 3. iP. Schlssel & Son, coal .... 32.14 J, 1*. Raskopf & Co, coal .... 11.98 ' ' - ' ' 20.00 61.00 10.00 28.50 46.00 45.00 42,00 8.70 ed as official newspapers for Kossuth A; A. Bishop, R. R. tickets .. 11.12 county, Iowa, for the year 1932. Ayea: Walter Zentner, labor 21.60 All. M. C. Frandsen, labor Elinor T. Button, transp... .. Elinor T. 'Sutton,, board Hubert'Adams, labor A. M. Kunz, mdse Oha?. Kraus, supplies; .clmd. 39.801 Motion by Funnemark and'seconded 'x'xR,°y Mori-Is that open ditch right-of- way claim of P. M. Schiltz on Dr, 4. No. Ac. ;• ...4.1 62.70 3.85 NW 1-4 SE 1-4 \ 7-98-28 SW 1-4 SEJ 1-4 7-98-28 •m.u, v . *-. »«*>| UU |' K .. UU , .,„,...«. nrt ' " VV ' - 1 "* ' 3 * y 1 "'* ' !M *" ........... '• • ***° 144.20; allowed .............. 43.86 is hereby allowed and County Audl- •Geo. "VJels:, rent ........ . ... 25.»5 tor instructed to iaaue refund war- r "-~ ----- — " Chas. Kraus, sup. C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. aid .. iKossuth Hospital, hosp. care. Dr. F. L. Adams, med. aid ..'. W. F. Hamstreet, call and med.. „ *!!;! rant ns provided 225.00 Motion by 'Bal L by McDonald . that Ayes: All. Art Lester, rent Mrs. Elsie Cady, rent ... .u., G. c. Barton, rent Dra. Keneflck fe . Keneflck, med, aid, clmd, $43.50; allow Mrs. v'.'L. 'st'ebblns',"care".'i.'!' Mrs. H. IN. Webster, care .... Mrs. John (Briggs, board and care .. ......... ......... ... .. Kohlhada Bros, Oarage, age and repairs ROAD CONaT.RttOTIDN FUND Don T. Nugent, aaat. engr. J. A. Roberts, bridge 175.00 200.07 ROAD MAINTENANCE .FUNID Railway Express Agency, ex- pr.ess ... .......i 2,54 Clyde Sanders, labor ... ,.i -.. 27.82 J, H. Montgomery, patrol .,., "9ftflO Tom Weir, patrol ... ... ...... 83.20 Joe M.Esser, patrol 83.20 Oscar Earing, patrol ... 125.00 S. D. McDonald, patrol Funnenmrk Is « 10 .'< 29.00 hereby appointed as a committee to ' make repairs on Dr, 132 as ner re- KencfIck & Crawford, med. aid 36.751 q Motion hy^McDotmid and seconded Art BetH^siiSpHe's f..":.;"'.: •' «~ by Pu . nnemark that the. following Hoods Cash Store, prov. .... A. W. Jurgeris,- prov Henry 'Brown, prov Algona Co-Op. Cry. Co., prov. Welter's Store, prov -,. Bloom's Store, prov Jim Bruer, prov Karl Krebs, rent J. W. Hewitt, rent .'. •W. C. Danson, agent, rent — Mrs. John Spllles, rent E. Ross, rent ... O. J. Kaschmitter, coal .Fred Anderson, coal amounts are amounts counted by Board January 1st, 1J32, In the vari- , , ous County offices:- ,2-SiCo. Auditor, no cash, amt. In £«||- bank $ 106.'.72 Co. Recorder, no cash, amt. In •bank *-..- 020.36 16.08 Whlttemore coal Elevator Co., 4.80 21.00 10.00 15.09 24.00 12.00 8,15 5.85 37.87 34.36 45.00 Clerk of Dlst. Court, 'cash $46.15, amt. In bank 2393.W) Sheriff's office, cash $151.40, amt. In bank 1773.81 Co. Treasurer, cash $8,155.60; amt. In bank 590,129.00 Ayes: All. Moton by Balgeman and seconded by Morris that following resolution iBotsford 'Lumber Co., coal ... 34.35 e p e 'RESOLUTION Elinor T. Sutton, funeral exp, 45.00 WHEREAS, the provisions of Sec- Leon Merrltt, funeral exp. ... 45.00 Uon 7405 of the Code of m requiring Dr. R. W Beardsley, med. old 10..12. depository bonds for deposits of Harold V. med. aid Keneflck <& Mangun, Keneflck, William's',' M'.'"D!,' M. D., med. med. aid R. 'Lj. aid Drs. Parker . & Armstrong, med. aid, clmd. $75.00; allowed ' •Dr. Jas. McAllister, med. aid, clmd. $56.40; allowed Odebolt Hospital, hosp. care.. Floyd O. Pasley, light serv. .. (Laird '& McCullough, ambulance serv H. E. 'McMurray, door ... ... Atlantic Pacific Tea Co., assign Elinor T. Sutton, transp Albert Christian, prov. ... ;... J. W. Neville, supplies , •Carl Hutchins, hog The IGraham Co., supplies .... K. D. James, supplies Council Oak Store, assign W. J. Barr, supplles W. M. Van Scoy, labor F. S. Norton & Son, assign.. .Fred Anderson, assign County (Funds In depository banks I has been repealed, and, co ,..> WHEREAS, the law as It now ex- 53.62 18.00 i public deposits, ,. „. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE 1 56 - 2 ° , SOLVED by the 'Board .of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, that „. .„ Harry N. Kruse, as Treasurer < of 84.38 — - - - - 100.00 71.40 85.20 107;S5 Ed Fuchsen, patrol ... ...... 80.00 a^ if. ,^ Goodman Hundsness, labor and seconded f, l(tm ,Q oodmnn . natrol .. . Clem 'Goodman, patrol Elmer Swing, patrol Win. F. Gronbach, labor John 'Hanselman, patrol Hans W. Nielsen, patrol .. .. Joe Held'eracheldt, patrol ..... Wm. O. Ludwig, patrol .. .... Jos. Bestenlehner, labor .'. ... .Joe Balk, labor ... ... Chdts. Landers, labor-'.'. ,.\.... Jack T. Lynch, labor Carl Syverson; labor John A. Erlckaon, labor .. .,. Paul iZlelske, dragging .. .... E. C. 'Behnkendorf, dragging. Carl Zumach, dragging Arthur R, Zelske, dragging ... John Simmons, dragging .. .. Maynard iSohn, dragging Fred Butterfield, dragging- ... John Blum, dragging ' Loren 'Byers, dragging .. .... Tony Kollasch, dragging ' Fred Butterfield, dragging .... C. C. Anderson, dragging .. .. R. C. ,'Baum, dragging- .. ..... Martin iBrandt, dragging .. .. iFrank Bauer, dragging A. M. -Gustafson, dragging ... 25.20 144.50 . 72.80 72.80 •80.00 10.50 63.00 9.90 6.40 : 7.80 10.00 13.13 9.74 19.87 26.25 18.00 •44.25 S.25 12.00 30.75 Ayes! Alt Motion by Morris and necon,i,,,i , Balgeman that road drag'V' 1 nnil 11 m n I, >l lowed 60b' pef'mir e ""for m nfa° l " s '*> horteg, 80d oer hour for nt "' ' team, Ayes! All, Motion by ^unnemark and SC( by Morflft that appointment ( ,r Reynolds Schaap as 'Deputy hereby approved and salarv $90.00 per month. Ayes; All Motion by McDonald and spon,, . i by Balgeman that following ?&""' tfmates bo allowed: j. A n final on new bridges, $71.10;' j v SlST^ 8 f ra £ lh ?«,.Project No. '15 $32.25; J. V. Egbert's gradlnir m.,, NO. 14 for: $195.80; J. V? ElborfJ r " J ,lmr -project NO, IB for $42.ir,.' xj Motion ; by McDonald and mvm, by Funnemark .that taxes of t,., Powlannkl on lots 1 and 2, biopk Call's 'ad, Algona, for 1930 are suspended, That assessed value on lots •>•; 28 except E 1 rod of 26 and ,. Ma J!J the E 1 rod of 8 1-2 25 and lots 4 JS 27 except the,E i rod of 27, block a Call's add, Algona tnc., | s i,,Li i MA^I.nA^ *•.».« •(! t**n /Wl • A_ An -.«- '* Wf I anil taxsil m County Auditor Instructed to co assessor books and abate said for 1931 In the sum of $22.78 on count 1 of* clerical error In n assessment. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded to i,,,,,,. and allow, bills as per "Schedule I Claims" hereinafter'written: °" 1 SCHEDULE OP CLAIMS • , coiirNny FIUND H; M, -Smith, salary ... $ Howard Mcdln, bounty scs- _ '? Kossuth county, Iowa, Is hereby di- 5.8i> reeled to deposit funds In the deposl- I tory banks ' hereinafter mentioned, | which are'hereby designated and approved as depositories of. the public 25.00 H. N. Kruse, assign. W. H. Zentner, labor •Botsford Lumber C< Wm. Roeber, labor Arnold Wagner, labor Simon Roth, labor 16.20 12.00 8.00 2° 72 siioo 13.65 19.47 16.20 9.50 15.00 8.10 21.80 15.90 15.00! funds of Kossuth county,' Iowa, towlt: Iowa State Bank, Algona. State Bank, Ledyard. Tltonka Savings 'Blank, Titonka. Exchange State Bank, -Wesley. , Farmers '& Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft. Lone Rbck Bank, Lone Rook. iFarmers State iBank, Whlttemore. Citizens Savings Bank, Lakota. 'Farmers Trust •& Savings -Bank, Cecil Thoreson, dragging John H. Schueler, dragging. ., A. G. Volentlne, dragging August F. Melz, dragging — Otto Engelbarts, dragging- .... W. H. Grover, dragging Johnson Bros., -dragging .. .. A. L. Jordan, dragging K. B. Kealer, dragging F. W. Langerman, dragging.. A. J. Peterson, dragging ?rank Rlebhoff, dragging TJohn Rodmaker, dragging .90 E. L. Hansen, prov. ,.. Algona Co-op. Cry. Co., prov. Buffalo Center. •First 'National ter. Cen- Rich Potratz, dragging ...... 31. 50! Jim 'Bruer, prov. J. L. Raskopf <& Co., supplied " * " Clapp's Master Service, supplies ....................... Northern Lumber . Co., supplies ............ ...... .... . .. vohlhaas Bros., supplies .. .. . & H. Co-operative Oil Co., supplies ..................... E. Johnson, frt. adv... 11 supplles 44.CO 50.40 and that all public funds now In the possession of said County Treasurer, or hereafter coming Into the possession of the said County Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, shall be deposited In said Banks hereinbefore designated, and the said County , n - ., Treasurer is hereby authorized and nrnr, , nvcro annoronr, ! required to use said banks as such m-avel lanrt ^naerson, depositories; that the maximum MUton MoFadd; n '"mfim^n' " I'M amount of county funds authorized to Milton McFadden, lodman ... 3.00 be de p 0slte a In said 'Banks, which are hereinbefore approved as depositories for said County 'Funds, shall be as SIeg-<Fort Dodge Co., supplies 177.11 Dukehart Machinery Co., supplies 005.69 Barton-Warner co., supplies.. 371.99 ROAD CONSTRUCTION .FUND Leavitt & Johnson Co., gravel land Sarah J. Byers Anderson, . . _ 3.00 Jule Seifert, grading 210.10 ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND Railway Express Agency, ex- Co., supplies la. Machinery supplies 27.00 4.50 3.75 12.00 10.50 9.50 37.50 6.00 — 4 00 for loss of 'Domestic" ~Anlrnals"""and ''Henry F. Hof'bauerTd'ragBlnB! 23!25 "owl have been filed, and It being the John A. Sleper, dragging .. .. 18.00 press City of Algona, light serv E. J. Murtagh, assign J. E. Moulds, assign M. R. Meslng, labor Agt. C. '& N. W. R'y Co., frt. Joseph Loebach, dragging Wllbert W. Richmon*, dragging S. A. 'Butcher, dragging AV. P. Vaske, dragging J. A. Strayer, dragging Earl Aokerman, dragging 1.52 6.43 ' Carl Hutchins, dragging follows: Iowa State Bank, Algona $400,000 State Bank, -Ledyard .. 85,000 Tltonka Savings Bank, Tltonka 85,000 Exchange State Bank, Wesley, 85,000 Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft 85,000 Lone Rock 'Blank, Lone Rock. 85,000 Farmers State Bank, Whltte- more • — 85,000 'Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Buffalo Center 25,000 Citizens Savings Bank, Lakota 85)000 •First , ational • Bank, Buffalo Center $25,000 opinion of this iBbard that the local Supervisor in their respective districts should be notified by the owner, when i damage loss exceeds $10.00, In order :o get full Information as to said oss, therefore, BE IT RESOLVED by this Board of Supervisors that In the future all owners who have claims for loss of Domestic Animals or fowl exceeding 110.00 are requested to notify the Supervisor in their District, as soon BS such killing or Injury has occurred, LO examine said Domestic Animal or fowl. Dated at Algona, Iowa, thla 29th day of December, A. D. 1931. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded l>y Helken that official bond of L. T 3rlffln, constable, for $500.00, is hereby approved, Ayes: All, •Alotlon by McDonald and seconded by Funnemark that soldier's exemption of Maggie Simon for 1931 on SW 1-4 Section 18-91-29'for $3,000.00 Is hereby allowed. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Morris that H. R. Gibson, Algona, be refunded $2.00 dog tax for' 1929, Algona Inc., on account of being erroneously charged. Ayes: All. Motion 1)y Morris and seconded by Helken that following open ditch right-of-way claims are hereby allowed and County Auditor Is hereby instructed to issue refund as provided by law: T Dr. 116- O D Ac G. S. Buchanan, Recv.: SW 1-4 'Sec. 2-94-28 NW 1-4 Sec. 2-94-28 .. SW 1-4 Sec. 35-91-28 7.61 4.90 4.85 NE 1-4 N.E 1-4 Sec. 35-94r2S... 43 John 'Frankl: NW 1-4 Sec. 35-95-28 .550 NW 1-4 NE 1-4 35-95-28 ->'flO Dr. 25 and Dr. 177— G. S. Buchanan, Recv.: Dr. 25-NE 1-4 Sec. 5-94-27 .. 753 Dr. 25, NW 1-4 Sec. 5-94-27 Dr. 177, NW 1-4 iSec. 5-94-27 5 '>3 Dr. 25 and 177— Dr. 25, SW 1-4 Sec. 5-94-*? Dr. 177, sw 1-4 Sec. 5-94-27. 798 Dr. 177-SW 1-4 Sec. 32-95-27. 348 H-K-H 93-131-100- SE 1-4 Sec. 34-94-27 "65 H-4C No. 87- H. E. Rial: •SW 1-4 SW 1-4 29-97-27 ... 041 Ayes: All. iOn motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per Schedule of Claims 'hereinafter written: SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND H. M. Smith, salary ..$ 301.00 Miss Bonnstetter, assign, of bty . 90 City of Algona, light serv. '.'.'. 3654 H. W. Post, drayage i 00 Irvln Pannkuk, bty '70 Carl Harms, bty 50 P. J. Heiken, tel. exp 27.20 IGeo. Nymann, trustee meeting 7.00 Chas. Kollasch, trustee meeting 7.00 L. J. Kockler, twp. clerk .. .. 7.00 A. A. iFangman, trustee mtg.. 7.00 Botsford Lumber Co., supplles 1 45 Matt Pa'rrott & Son's Co., supplies 11,52 Messenger Printing. Co., supplies Sperbeck Printing Co., supplies Perkins 'Bros. Co., supplies ... B. Stratton, repairs Martha Harris, labor 5.13 8.50 16.00 2.50 33.00 5.70 K. D. James, supplies Federal Laboratories inc.", supplies 23.50 Drs. Keneflck & Keneflck, med. aid 3.00 W. E. Naudaln, coal 23 6E Geo. D. IBiarnard. Sta. Co., supplies, Clmd. $603.70; allowed . 643.70 COUWT FUND R. -1C. Davidson, reporter 184.00 R. K. Davidson, reporter ll.OC •H. J. Klttleman, reporter .... 76 5( Matthew C. Grle'r, reporter ... 48.80 Vallle 'M. Trlbon, bailiff 600 R. A. Palmer, bailiff 48.00 State's Cafe, meals:,. 7.60 R; K. Davidson, reporter .... 171.0C L. A. Wlnkel, J. P. fees 500 L. E. Hovey, sheriff 18.75 '^•Jp-j? 94 *? 0 "' J - p - f ?e? •• •• 13.6C 4.65 Peter N. Thilges, dragging ... 16.35 Peter 'Beenken, dragging 4.50 Ubbe Winter, dragging '.. 22.25 3eo. Kohl, dragging „. Herman Runksmeler, dragging- 1L63 5.25 Harm Boeckholt, dragging C. M. Knudsen, dragging .. 60.75 2.80 B. H. Gould, dragging 14.81 F. G. Darnell, dragging . H. A. Adams, dragging .. and hereafter ihe said County Treasurer shall keep the public funds belonging to said County In said depositories not exceeding the maximum amount hereinbefore authorized in any one Bank so designated. Adopted this 2nd day of January, 1932. Calvin RIppentrop, dragging.. 12.37: A. T. Weaver, dragging Holcomb l& Wallentlne, drag- Sing M. J. 'Koestler, dragging J. IB. Scholtes, dragging K. J. Fox, dragging C. -H. Sonnenberg, dragging .. Herman Soderberg, dragging Peter Beenken, dragging ..' .. 42.37 A. J. 'Haupert, labor 105.00 Reuben Johnson, hauling 63.50 6.00 Ayes: All. . ., Motion by Funnemark and seconded „„. by Balgeman that appointment of following Deputies and Clerks are hereby approved and salaries fixed as 21.00 8.43 82.50 5.25 61.50 22.12 gravel H. F. Dorsep, labor Henry Anderson,-damages .... 2500 Derward 'Neltzel, labor 540 Karl Krebs, labor 8.40 Philip 'Fouage, labor ... ... .. 41.75 Dick Baada, labor Lee O. AVolfe, pub. notice ".'.'.'. C. S. Johnson, supplies A. V. «ertlg, sign Central State Elec, Co., light- la. Union Tel. Co., phone service H. R. Cowan & Son, gravel .. Botsford Lumber Co., supplies Central Battery & Elec. Co., supplies Swea City Impl. Co., supplies! Herman M. Brown Co., supplies Economy Welding Works, supplies 'Sargent Machine Co., supplies Des Molnes Steel Co., supplies Glibbs-iCook Tractor & Equip. Co., supplies 26.34) 2,50 17.22 3.00 2.00 24.00 12.19 49.55 39.07 1.20 20.00 12.76 6.75 10.80 212.74 . Sleg-lFort Dodge Co., supplies. 8" 57 la. Machinery & Supply Co, supplies 6889 Kennedy & Parsons Co., supplies .47 Thompson Yards Inc., supplies 122.28 DRIAINA1GE 'FiUND Dr. 84— • ' . , Clpra Dredging Co., estimate 498.13 Dr. 132— Carl Johnson, labor ........ 880 H-K No. 5- . Howard Struthers, labor .... 1.96 H-K No. 3-46— Carl Johnson, labor ........ 98 '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 "Sine BEiRTHA E. JOHNSON, ..... County Auditor. January 2, 1932. Auditor's Office, January 2, 1932. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met in regular session with the following members present: F J Balgeman, Olaf iFunnemark, P. j', Helken, W. E. McDonald, and Chas. Audit and allow bills. Board proceeded to read minutes of last regular session and all adjourned sessions. On motion by McDonald and seconded by Helken that minutes be approved as read. Ayes: All Motion by 'Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that bid of W. E. Nau- daln to furnish two carloads of Centerville lump coal, size 3-ln. by 10 In. at $5.40 per ton is hereby accepted Ayes: All. There being no further business for old Board to transact, thereupon motion made and seconded that old Board ajourn. Ayes: All. .Supervisor elect P. J. Helken duly sworn In for a- term of three years Thereupon Board met as a new Board with following members pres- ' C. 'S. Pearson, 1st Deputy Auditor, $100 per month. H. E. iBartlett, 2nd Deputy Auditor, $90 per month. Irene Vaudt, Clerk in Auditor's office, $75 per month. Earl Griffith, IFirst Deputy Treasurer, $110 per month. C. W. Pearson, Deputy Auto Dept., $100 per month. Mary Sands, Clerk Treasurer's office, $3 per day. Helen Dickinson, Deputy "Recorder, $90 per-month. E. L. Harris, Deputy Sheriff, $112.50 per month. Claude Samson, clerk in Sheriff's office, $3 per day. H. M. Smith, County Engineer, $270.00 per -month. Don Nugent, Asst. Engineer, $160.00 per month. Rodman, $3.00 a day. Geo. Palmer, Janitor, $80.00 per month. Matt Holtzbauer, caretaker, $20.00 per • month. Extra help, clerical work, > $2.50 par and County Auditor Instructed to issue warrant for salaries of County officers, Deputies and Clerks at the end of each month, and the bond 'of Deputy Treasurers Is hereby fixed at $3,000.00. Ayes: All. On motoln Board proceeded the auditing and allowing of per "Schedule of Claims' SCHEDULE OF CLAIM'S CaUNTrY (FUND Northwestern Bell Tel. Co tel. service P. J. Balgeman, com. and ses- • slon W. E. McDortkld,' com. and session 'Chas. Morris, com. and session Helen Harlg, labor ... C. A. Samson, labor Mary K. Sands, labor ... Lulu Griffith, labor Eleanor J. Rahm, labor .. Bancroft Register,, pub. proc . H. N. Kruse, office exp. .. Bertha El Johnson, office exp. and adv. bounty , T E. Hovey, expense ... , Kossuth Co. 'Farm Bureau,, appropriation 7. John Hellman, trustee mtir' clmd. $14.00, allowed ... If" woo ntitti C*X*.l.. i. _i_ _ . '* J.V.W 66.25 183.93 150.47 200.58 34.50 78.00 78.00 75.00 72.0C m'.K 6.43 152.13 1250.00 Anton Stork, trustee mte- clmd. $12.00. allowed1 ... •' J. S Preeark, trustee mtg'. _clmd. $8; allowed -,-.. ... ' E dw. Droessler,' trustee mtg' clmd. $13.80; allowed ... ... .' r. H. Lathrop, labor ^lles & Chambers Co., aup. Klipto Loose "Leaf "c'o.', "sup'l Crlnneli's 'Eiec." Shop'., "sup- A. J. Seller, assessor' J - IHUNID H - - - -~'—~~~— r ™ ~- —TT "-"" • • • • • --. w QndOu • . Rlcklefs, constable .... 8.39 act aa , , and Morris. On motion by Fuonemark and sec, , ,„„ .that P. J. Helken jrman of Board of Super- n ' - - - ee .,.. Larl Dahlhauser, constable .. W. J. Davlson, J. P. fees Walter Steward, constable"." 8.00 4.00 8,00 6.13 30.75 105.17 2.90 207.25 1.50 6.7 1 3.00 838.40 L. 'P. Gordon, vet. service V..T SSfi H. B. Van Vranken, vet. ser- VlCO ft/uv nt) L. P-MIller. vet. serVlce".. '.'.' isa'?! DOMESTIC ANIMAIL FUND Chas. Downs, loss of sheep- clmd, $188.00: allowed Sneep ' David loss sheeD- hee 103.00 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. Serv. ... 0476 w2?; Vfint 8poy - labor '•'• Welter. Store, pyov. Bite "Way GTojpery proy, ., Olaf IFunnemark, com. session ............ ... P. J. Helkon, com. 'rind slon ... Haggard '& Backus, board proc. .. ,. Advance 'Pub. Co.; board pro etc. i ...... .. ...... Wm. Shirley, expense v. .. .. Clark Orton, expense ,. E. H. Beardsley, assessor C. TT. Berggren, writing driver's licenses'... ...... ohn IBoekelman, -trnster- meotlnt; ............ ..: Koch Brothers, supplies J. L. iMolloy, repairs .-.. A. E. Michel, labor Horan Elec. Co., .suppltea .... Lalng & Muckey, supplies Geo. Holtzbauer; supplles ...... G. iP. Towne, labor; clmd.' $8.05; allowed ... ... Fred C. Wegener, assessor ... COURT FUND \~i.~io i L. A. Wlnkel, J. P. fees 14 98 i L- E. Hovey,-sheriff ... n.OO POOR PU-ND 6.751 Charley Mantor, services; 3.00) _9.1md. _$12.00 ...... ... ..not allowed 13.00 9.00 18.00 13.12 67.75 an! M.lJ nul 'Mffll ii«l r t«l 52,0)1 ill 1LSI I 9.001 Elinor T. Sutfon, transp. 14.00 Thos. Akrc, prov. A. A. Drbessler, prov. .. .. 8.65 Daniel LIchllter, prov 19.55 i Merrill Bros., prov Otto Neuman, prov 36.50 Sanborn's. Cash Store, prov. , . ... W. H. Horan Elec. Co., sup- plles 2.95 6.92 Austin-Western Road Mach. & ; Sup. Co., 112.97 A. AV. Jurgens.'prov. . Tlede •& Schneider, prov. Moe & Sjogren, prov. ... A. E. Pasley, rent ... ... C. <G. 'Dourte, rent ... .;. Victor Johnson, rent ... , Amos Krominsa, rent . . R. L. Corbln, med. aid .. Walter 'Fraser, med. aid s.ol 4.9il 1B.9I 6.0)1 S.J1I Ml :i.iil 21.00 1 40.13 1 12.(l)| 10.0)1 lii.Oll IL'.Oll Glbbs-Cook Tractor & Ek^ulp. Co., supplies Wheeler Lumber .Bridge '& Sup. Co., supplies ...' 220.00 DRAIN-AIGE FUND W-K Jt. iNo. 35-89-' Hllbert Severiens, labor . I ii ui IL.I -A- i. noci t -men, uiu .. , , 13 WI R. A. Evans, M. O., me'd. aid 179.251 64.4B David 'P. Shaw, . med. aid .... 20.001 Aug. J. Peterson, med. aid; 500 clmd. $13.00; allowed SMl Andrew Van Alstine, wood Dr. 80- M. V. Stephenson, ast. engr. F. H. Lathrop, rodman Dr. 86— Hilbert Severiens and C. H. Cooper,, repair work :.. Dr. 90- Hilbert Severiens and John H. Janssen, repair work 2.62 24.75 24.50 21.60 14.40 RESOLVED: That the County Aud- tor 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 nine o'clock a. m., January 6, 1932. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. January 5, 1932. Auditor's Office, January 5. 1932. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Audit and allow bills. . 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 'Funneark and seconded by Morris that salary of assessors for various'- assessing districts are fixed at $4.00 per day not to exceed the number of 'days hereafter stated: Ayes: All. Assessing Dlst. Name Amount Algona Incorp., E. H.'Beardsley, 90 days $.36000: Bancroft Incorp., R. E. Goddard, 25 1-2 days 102.00 Burt Incorp., J. p. Cunningham, 20 days ,,,.. 8000 Burt Farmers Exchange, coal W. A. Murray, coal 105.3) | 2. B. Chipman, casket Carl Johnson, digging grave.. 5,M| A. H. Borchardt, supplies .... "Colilhnus Hdw., supplies .. .. 2.3)| la. Children's Home Soc., board ... Elinor T. Sutton, office exp... 8.111 Advance Publishing Co., paper 2.3) | John Hennings, labor ...- ... Emll Braatz, labor ... 23M| Thos. Akre, prov ... R. A. Clark, prov. 7 5! I W. J. Payne, -subscription ., Nelson Hdw., supplies L,alng i& .Muckey, repairs .. iKohlhaas Hdw., repairs 23.MI Oeorge- Holtzbauer,- supplies... 12,51 iMatt Murtha, supplles 3.251 Woe & Sjogren, assign. 20.2)1 Sanford & Llndebak, supplies. 21(31 •ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND Barton-Warner Co., supplies .. .. • not allowedl Alton Pettit, patrol ... !)3.60| Chester Alme, patrol .. S0.15I J. P. Quinn, patrol ... S3.60I Peter Movlck, patrol ... 73.201 Fenton Incorp., John Dempsey, 15 1-2 days ........... Lakota Incorp,, A. E. Ogren, 21 days ... . .............. ., Ledyard Incorp,, Leon Worden, J.1 days ... ............ Lone Rock Incorp., Glen A. Sharp, 8 days .............. Lu Verne Incorp., D. C. Ellis, 16 1-2 days .............. . .. Swea City Incorp., Mrs. Clare Erlckson, 32 1-2 days ... ,.,. Titonka Incorp., John E, Kell, I* 1-2 days. .................. Wesley Incorp., Ihno A. Ger- 62,00 $4.00 44 00 320* 66.00 lao.OO 66.00 «.»•>•• *. •i>«i«|j0 t fdVlUl *,. ,,, ,.. IJ.iM Will Xdneper. patrol ,.. ....... 47.S Crawford Bros., dragging .... 16.501 A, D. Butterfleld, dragging .. 9.«l Jay IGodden, dragging ... 9.751 Simon iBIome, dragging 7.501 Chas. Kollasch. dragging 7.501 Melvln Cody, dragging .. 15.751 Louis Scott, dragging lO.SlI Edward Hagge", dragging 14.SI 'Donald Jacobs, dragging 12.001 P. X. Wllhelml, dragging .... 23.S)I Albert Wlttkopf, dragging .... 22.5JI Francis N. Elbert, labor .. ., 8.«| P. I. Chapman, supplies 7.501 Wm. Cramer, labor ... 1.001 Kennedy Brothers Co., assign. 20.701 Hlldretlv pettitt .worte ,..,.. ., 6.7)1 Henry Felder, work ... ... ... 3/S| Walter iBanwart, work ... .... 6.3) Elmer Elllngson, work 15.75 Wm. MoMahon; work 7.001 M. L. Worby, work ... 8.101 Burt township, cott, 30 days F. Haw- Buffalo' township, " Ray " E' Hapsen, 34 1-2 days ......... 138.00 120.00 128.00 84,00 134.00 84.00 12.4.00 Cresco township!' Eleanor' Potter, 32 days ........ . ... Eagle township, O. W. Berg- • gren, 21 days ........... ... Fenton township, iFred Wegener, 33 1-3 days ..... ... Grant township, Paul Selberg, 21 days ............ . Greenwood township, W, P. Vaske, .31 days ..... ... ,, German township, Herman Ubben 34 1-2 days ... . ?; ;." 13800 Harrison township, -L. A. Barslou, 27 days ... .. ....... .. Hebron township, Peter A S.elvig, 28 days . , ..... ... .! Irvlngton township, A.> J.- Seller, 39 days township . John E. * 11200 15600 „ . n . Smith, 26 days ..'. ... ... .*.. 10400 Lincoln township, W, 'H. ; ' Patterson, 28 days .,;'... ... ... U200 Lotts Creek -township, Andrew Elbert, 32 days . ..... ... ...', Lu Verne township, A. L. Bosworth, 29 days ......... ,,,.. ue.00 Plum Creek township. H. U McEnroe, 27 days ... ... .... Portland township, D. P. iSchwietert, 27 days Prairie township, J. N. Wig, 89 days 10800 10800 Kamsey township, Henry Pox! 27 days ,, Riverdale township, Wm! Runchey, 27 days '---ea township, " 1-2 days 108.00 ,_ —,„ 13400 Sherman township, L. A. Johnr son, 29 days us no Sprnlgfleid township, Charles Haas. 23 days .......... ..... 9200 Swea township, S. A. Butcher, 33 days "• ; %%.<» 134.00 134.00 Wesley township, Henry" "c! Nelson, S3 1-2 days ... ... .Whlttemore township, H. 0, BH& ? »•*.*<*••»£, •-: . that* County Hereby instructed to ship Trustees to preparTrSaa *"$%: gram itpr I93g and select ft renrisenta- uve to meet with the Board -*•* n'Sss p r?'ss!^ Motion , John Phillips, patrol 79.S Ben Brink Jr., $66.60; allowed work; clmd. . 60.001 Delterlng Garage, gravel hauling -.-. ........ ;:.,,. ........ . Delbert Sharp, gravel hauling 126.50 1 Norton Machine Works, supplies fc«l 76.651 79.231 9,8il Ssl 3.351 13.4SJ ii»\ 56.T)I 128.Hl as JW.» 80.»_ 81.9)1 -Matt Murtha, supplies ,. .... Goetsch Motor Co., supplies ,. Roderick Auto Co., supplies .. George' Holtsbauer, supplies .. H. J, Rice, supplies .,.,....,. Prank 'Plalg, supplies ........ Bandrye &. Carpenter, sup- Plies ...... .t.„'.,.„ ....,.;,., Kohlhaas Hdw., Rupplles:., ,, Nelson Hdw., supplies ... .... Lease & Lease, supplies .. ... Gus Rich ter, labor/,.-. ,,«..,.,. Chester Lamoreux, labor ... ,, G-. W, Leeper, labor ... ,,.,,., P. p. Prulsman, labor ,;V Wilbur' A. Fisher, patrol ,,.'-., John S. Nelson, patrol ,.. ..,, Pearly C, Haynes, patrol .. .. Albert Looft, dragging ...... Jay D. Graham, dragging .... Sam Harr, dragging .,. ... ,,. Sam Marr, dragging , ... Michael KJeller, dragging .. .. N. B. Schito. dragging ..... Emll Kraft, labor ,;. "..' ..!.. Fred (Baiimann, supplies .. ... Wheeler .Lumber Bridge & Supply Co., supplies ........ Sieg-flTort Podge Co., awpplies. Wesley Auto Co., supplles ...; J. A. Roberts, bridges Phillips Petroleum oo., gas ,,, -,- . Standard OH Co., gas ..: 161.71 Mld-C^- Petro! Cprp.. gas .! fk - lJ Ohamplln iReflplng-Co., gas .. Peerless Oil Co., fas ...... ., IQeorge Wolf, repair'work ., Frank Wolf, repair work ..,: A. B. Michel, engineer 'P. S. Norton, supplies Elmora Cement & THe Co., supplies ,,,,,. .. Dr. 84- S. Norton # Bon. supplies A ~ i 2F &, Muckey, supplies .. A. E^ Michel, engineer ., ..; JF-J-'No'tw & Son, supplies 32.58 95.11 2962 u ?:« '4.« 48 iioi Son> 8. Norton -& Son, supplies . MattjAux, repair? ...,.,.. Sevrlena and <?. If. , repair wprtc ........ Matt .-..„„ Ull *i_~k""" T •'•"^Y*" 3 ''*"'*''' *^* fl>W Dl*««i MM*V " T^ j thi« meeting as •hovn by the "Scbed- ^yf^^wfe^ P. m. J*n Maw"Sir 1^8. TF -**Vn»«^S2?F*t_ *BL_*S2PL^_>*»j

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