Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1932
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•AOttBtGHf STUDENTS TO GIVE PLAY AT WHITTEMORE Whlttemore, Mar. 16.—"What a JpHrl!" will be presented by the high ochool juniors and seniors next week -.^Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock at ^Presentation academy. The cast of »i-*h»racters follows: Mrs. Carrol, , wnall-town homebody, Linda Roeber; Elsie Crpwder, small-town girl, age '19. Ver Dell Laurltzen; Mrs. Smith- Porter, small-town society matron, Grace Carlisle; Angelina Knoop, age 17, even more homely, (the two • gifts are cousins and their life ambition is to have beaux), Lillian Heidenwith. Patricia G-rayson, leading feminine rolev Esther IBellnke; Jimmy Clark, good-looking young man of 20, Lloyd 'Walker; Elbert Hastings, effeminate-looking chap of 22, William Heller; Adam Wade, hot-tempered little man of 45 or 50, rather, lazy, Henry Hahn; Bud Flannigan,. young Irishman of 20, Lester Quinn; Bud Flan' nigan, young Irishman of 20, Lester Quinn. B. B. Team Is Eliminated— The -high school basketball team was eliminated in a sectional tournament at West Bend Friday evening by Bradgate, 33-19. At the end of the first quarter the score stood 4-4; at the half, 7-7; and at tho end of the third quarter, 27-17. Lillian Heidenwith and Esther (Behnke played forwards for Whittemore, and in the half Heidenwith scored three field goals and one free throw. She was switched to running center, later playing guard for Lydia Meyer, who •had tough luck and fouled out. Lydia kept Bradgate's star forward from making field goals, but after Lydia left the floor Bradgate gained. Farkerslnirg- B. B. Girls "VVIn— The Parkersburg girls' basketball team won first in a sectional tourney Hast week-end. Josephine and Geneva Langennan, formerly Whittemore, played, Josephine as jumping center, Geneva as forward. They played jumping and running center here when our team went to the state tourney at Des Moine-s and Josephine was included in an all-state team as jumping center. Ava Simpson. Whittemore, is girls' coach at Parkersburg, and R. S. Sherwood, formerly of Burt, Algona, and Lu Verne in turn, edits the paper there. ITurso to 1)0 Graduated Soon— Viola Heller, who had been a stu-j dent nurse in a. large St. Paul hospital a month or so, following completion of a course at the Naeve hospital. Albert Lea, came home last week Monday. She will be graduated in 'May and will take a. state examination soon. Completes Beauty School Course— Mrs. Irene Rooney, who had spent several months attending a beauty culture, school at Des Molnes, completed tho course recently and came ihere for visits last week. She was to go back for a state examination, following which she was to locate at Woodward. «*«'».' dlhnfcr fuesta HfCart tt&ft- ' * A Metholldt Aid meeting which was to have been held last Thursday at Mrs. Cart Hansen's was postponed because of bad weather. .Relatives and friends gathered Sunday evening at J. E. Walker's northeast of town to play cards. Raymond Wehrspan, Ottoaen, spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Whittemore relatives. The late Henry Meyer's household furniture was sold Saturday at the home. ' The Harold Kueckers, Hobarton, spent Sunday with Mrs. Kuecker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. Four Corners •Forty young folks were guests at Chester Robinson's Friday night. Mildred and Ruth Robinson, hostesses. Games and 509 furnished entertainment and the high card score was tied by six players. The Mothers & Daughters club club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Chester Robinson and the opening song will be My Wild Irish Rose,- with' roll call consisting of jokes. A paper on St. Patrick's day will be read toy Mrs. Noble Mitchell, and .an Irish poem by Mrs. Jessie Elmore. The Parent-Teachers association in Union school district No. 7 met Friday night at William Drayton's. The program follows: Song, Mary Joyce and Phyllis Rich; guitar and vocal number, E. A. Genrlch, who played for a number sung by the audience; accordian number, Fred Plumb; poem read by Miss Boettcher, Algona; Irish jokes told by the audience. The rest of the evening was spent at Irish games. A one o'clock lunch will be served at Arthur Cruickshank's by the Good Hope Aid next week Thursday afternoon. The patronage of the public is invited. A Parent-Teacher association was organized in the Lotts Creek Dist. 4 school district last wek Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lloyd -Potter was elected -president; Carl Selp, secretary. The next meeting will be this Friday night at the Albert Walker's. Christine Knudsen is teacher. Quinten Bjustrom was taken by surprise Sunday .when friends gathered at Etna Mitchell's for dinner in honor of his birthday anniversary Saturday. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson the Clifford Bjus- stroms, and Cecil and Milen Bjus- strom. The Good Hope choir met at Etna Mitchell's Sunday afternoon to practice Easter music. Grandma IVeJirspan Is Sick— "Grandma" Wehrspan, formerly Whittemore, who is at Dan Hantle- man's, Fenton, .has been sick. She is the mother of Mrs. Herman Baas, Mrs. H. C. Meyer, and Gerhardt Wehrspan, all o£ Whittemore. Three Youths In Jaunt— William Busch, son of Mrs. Krueger, William Leichtfuss, south of town, and Leroy Freedman, West Bend, motored to Chicago, Detroit, and into Canada last week, getting home Sunday morning. Former Teacher Is Mother— A baby was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dunn. West Bend. The mother was Hildred -Edgington, formerly a teacher in Whittemore township rural schools. Lotts Creek rectors 6fthto their fihrt RKwtlhR after th* Annual meeting of thfe stockholders of this Corporation, elect from' tBeJ^ o*nr number a president and a vice president, who shall Hold their office for one year and until their successors are elected and enter upon the duties of their office. They shall ateo elect a Secretary and Measurer, who shall hold office during the pleasure of the tSoard. Until the annual meeting to be held December 29th, 1932, C. L. Buell, J. W. Daw, and H. C. Struckman, shall constitute the Board of Directors, and C. It. Buell shall 'be President, J. W. Daw, Vice President, and H, C. Struckman, Secretary and Treasurer. • The private property of the stockholders of this-Corporation shall be exempt from liability for Indebtedness of this Corporation, which indebtedness shall at no time exceed two-thirds of its Capital stock issued and outstanding. C. L. BUELi., 24-2T J. W. DAW, H. C. STRUCKMAN. ' 2-25-32, 3-3-32, 3-10-32, 3-17-32 NOTICE OF PttOBATE OF Will* ' . No. 3598. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, March' term, 1932. ' To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Katie Kirsch, deceased, dated February 12, 1932, having been this day filed, open and read, the 29th day of March, 1932, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not be, probated and allowed ae and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa-, February 26, 1932. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court By CLARA SCHAAP, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & LInnan, Attorneys. 25-27 Viola Heller, of Whlttemore, who has just completed a course in nurses' training- at the Lutheran hospital at Albert Lea, coming home j last week, is caring for her grandmother, Mrs. August Walter. Mrs. W. H. Meyer has been confined to bed with an attack of quinsy. It was necessary to have her throat lanced. Her mother, Mrs. Otto Ohm, stayed with her till Mrs. Meyer was able to "be up. Albert Potratz and Mrs. Richard Potratz, of Lotts Creek, and D. Cordes and G-retchen Heller, of Whittemore, left Monday for Westgate to attend the funeral of Grandpa Heller, who died Friday morning. William Fuerstenau drove to Fort Dodge Saturday to bring Mrs. Fuerstenau and the baby home for a few days. He took them back again Tuesday. The baby is doing well. 'Lucille Zumach, employed at William Fuenstenau's, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, of Fenton. The Frank Schnellers, the Julius Wills, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lorenz were entertained last Thursday evening at James Leininger's. Teacher and Mrs. Schmiel made short calls Saturday on friends who were sick, including Mrs. August Walter, Richard Potratz, and Orlin Kohlwes. NOTICE OF MATERIAL LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 2 p. m., March 24, 1932, for furnishing bridge and culvert material as follows: 600,000 bd.' ft. of fir bridge plank and two carload of 15-in. concrete or corrugated iron culverts. Bidding blanks and additional information may. be secured at the office of county engineer, Algona, Iowa. March 7th, 1932. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor, 26-27 Kossuth County, Iowa. Elbert Daughter Sick— Mr. and Mrs. Roger Elbert were called. to Mason City Saturday by news of the serious illness of Mrs. H. B. Meyer at Arthur Lunsman's. Mrs. Lunsman is 'her daughter. LEGAL NOTICES Under llwhpr Is IS; Party— Rela.tlve-=i and friends gathered at William Roelier'.s last week Wednesday even ins to help the daughter, Linda, celebrate her 18th birthday. Carets were played at four tables. Bauer Cullon T.oses Brother— Relatives and friends attended funeral services for Tom Cullen, Em- metsburs, brother of Banker John S. Cullen here, Saturday morning at the Assumption Catholic church. Junior-Senior IMay Planned— Whittemore high school pupils are practicing a junior-senior play, What a. Girl! to be given at the academy hall March 23. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt who had farmed near Algona some years, b ivf moved to the Augusl Schultz wilate farm, the formei George (Schumacher place, southeast of Whitteniore. The D. N. Gerbers who had been living on the farm have moved to a farm near Hobarton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Palnur, Dolliver, spent Sunday with Mrs. Palmer's p.-i.rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miene anrt Mr. and (Mrs. C. C. Johnson, Mallard, were guestfi of the latter's parents, Supervisor and Mrs F. J. Bailsman. Lydia Meyer, Lillian Heidenwith and Baruisx.- Balgeman. called Saturday eveninjv at Michael Buttemore's West Ben'l. They went down to attend a ,;ii-ls' sectional basketbal tournaniHnl. Mrs. Buttemore formerly turn; lit in the high school here Viola Balgeman, student nurse in a Chicago hospital, who had been here a week, visiting her parents, ac companied the C. C. Johnsons to their home at Mallard Sunday. Mrs. Johnson and Miss Balgeman are sisters The William Potters, Norfolk Nebr., arrived one day last week to visit Mrs. Peter Haag, south of town and other relatives. Walter Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Elbert and Mrs. George L. Fande left one day last week to visit rela tlves at Metamora, III. The WUUam Rusch, Jr. family and Bern Ice Balgeman were Sunday NOTICE O.F INCORPORATION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have associated them- elves together under and by virtue if Chapter 384, title 19, of the 1927 jOde of Iowa, and have adopted Ar- icles of Incorporation, which pro- :ide as follows: The name of this Corporation shall >e "Kossuth County Implement Co." ind its principal place of business •shall be Algona, Iowa, and the general nature of Its business shall be to handle, sell, and exchange machinery, implements, tools, mechanical devices, seeds, wares, anc merchandise. The authorized capital stock bj the Articles'Of Incorporation Is Ter Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), dl vided into shares of $100.00 each. No stock shall be issued until the Cor poration has received payment in full therefore at par in cash. It shal commence business on the day the Secretary of State issues his Certifi cate of Incorporation authorizing i to do so and continue for twent; years with right of renewal. The affairs of such Corporation are to be conducted by no less than three nor more than five directors who shall hold their office for on year and until their successors ar elected and enter upon the duties o their office, all of whom shall b stockholders of the Corporation. Th Board of Directors shall have gen eral charge of the business affairs o the Corporation, and all the power of the Corporation are vested in its Board'of Directors, except as other wise provided by law or by action o the stockholders. The Directors shall have full power to fill all va cancies in their number from what ever cause occurring, and such D: rectors so chosen shall hold thei position until the next regular nieel ing. The annual meeting of th stockholders of this Corporatio ehall be held at the principal offic of the Corporation at Algona, Iowa on the last Thursday in Decembe of each year at ten o'clock In th forenoon. All voting at stockhold ers 1 meeting shall be by ballot. Eac person, firm, or corporation shall b entitled to one vote for each shar of capital stock owned by such voi er. A representation of the out standing shares of stock in the Cor poration shall constitute a quorum at stockholders' meeting. The Board Proceeding's Aulitor's Office, March 1, 11)32. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth ounty met pursuant to adjournment ith all members present. Motion by McDonald and seconded HiUth tW»m*-im.<mimtt?' •JPVJ. B»l»«m»n,»t.<»W. rtrtd'w*- sldn '. i #V B. McDonald,, com., session &hd session ............. a... .... Olaf 'Funndnmrk, com. ,and „„ ... session ........ ....;...._,..... 222.il Chas. Morris, Com. slon P. J. Hclken, com. and Knd' aos- 808- 220.86 HT'M". Smith,"o"."Engineer .'...", 270.00 Advance Pub>, Co., pub. proc. 7*08 Bancroft Register, pub. proc.. 75.6JJ L. B. Hovey, sheriff ...'... ... 41.80 Wm. Shirley, expense ... ..... 71.66 Martha Harris, labor ... ... .. '30.00 Mary IK. Sands, labor ... ..... 76.00- Vera B. Schwletert, labor .. . 17.W Alice M. Hutchlns, labor .... 3>90 C. A. Samson, labor ... ... ... 76.60 Walter. .Sorehson, driver's' applications -11.47 'F. H. Bohn, driver's applications ••• Phil C. Ltchty,'driver's appll- 8.31 satlons 7.69 H. E. Rachut, driver's applications S. iP. Eokholm, registrar 15.56 6.26 6.BO 4.50 5.00 3.60 4.00 6.00 12.00 1.75 3.50 3.00 3.00 I. E. TVbrtman, registrar >L. OB. Holllster, registrar .. .. Alice IQ-rethen, registrar iH. A. Thompson, registrar ... .Wm. Boyken, registrar .. .... iR. H. Flnnell, registrar ... ... Adah Carlson, registrar Arthur Hof,- registrar (Fred A. Dlckmann, registrar.. If. C s Allen, trustee nits?; •••• Krttnk Devltt, trustee mtg. ... Frank Clapsaddle, trustee mtg. O. F., Chambers! trustee mtg.. 3.00 K. G. Ewoldt, trustee mtg. ... 2.00 E. R. Woltz, trustee mtg 2.00 John iChcrland, trustee mtg... 2.00 Geo. P. Hawcott, trustee mtg. 2.00 J. P. Peterson, trustee mtg... 6.00 Paul J. Cody, trustee mtg. ... 6.00 Laurence Thorson; trustee mtg 6.00 M. L.-Johnson, trustee mtg... 6.00 G. W. iJrown, board of trustee mtg. ..' '4.00 Harry Sabln, board of trustee mtg 4.00 C. N. Hbblnson, board of trustee mtg ... 4.00 M. N. Phillips, board of trustee mtg 4.00 Frye Mfg. Co., supplies .. ... 7.00 Soth B. Cairy. supplies 153.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supplies 11.47 Typewriter Exchange, repairs. 4.60 Koch Brothers, supplies 40.39 Flex-Tic Supply Co., supplies. C.10 Advance (Publishing Co., supplies 32.10 Fidlar & Chambers 'Co., supplies 2.03 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., supplies 297.64 Pacific Carbon - & Ribbon ' ' Mfg. Co., supplies 2.60 Lincoln School Supply Co., supplies 8.30 Metropolitan Supply Co., supplies 21.31 Johnson-Randolph ' Co., supplies 30.35 Langan Paper Co., supplies ... 16.25 Nelson Hardware, supplies ... 8.00 Midland Chemical Laboratories 12.88 Kohlhaos Hdw,, supplies .... .(X) W. A. Clark, supplies l.GO George Holtzbauer, supplies .. 7.46 Churchill Mfg. Co., supplies .. 80.05 Jensen's Hardware, supplies .. 4.79 COURT FUND H. J. Klttleman, reporter .... 207.00 R. A. Palmer, bailiff 42.00 W. C. Danson, J. iP. fees .. .. 10.50 F. W. Green, marshal fees 4.17 J. A. Winkel, J. P. fees S 50 L. T. Griffin, constable fees .. 15 OS Henry Severson, witness fees. 1.70 John Brandt, witness fees .... 170 Albert Monson, witness fees... 170 INSANE FiU'ND L. K. Hovey, exp. of conveyance SOLDIER'S RELIEF'-FUND C. B. Murtagh, dup. warrant . 2500 T. B. ERADICATION FUND Cecil Anderson, cattle indem.. 14.fl» •R. E. Anliker, cattle indemn. George (Bellinger, cattle in- demn Shrley Bock, cattle indem. hMi HdW, m.ppll« .. .. . . BlanohaM, »upMle(l .. „ Norton Machine Worty, «•»• tlt . ^ biles >.. ••• .(....< ».•< >.< K 10S.H *lre Service Co.f supplle* W«»' M.tt Geo. Hott«ba(ier, supplies .. <. ll.BB 3, M. Ftemlns, supplies ... ... W.48 B. M. Gardner, supplies ... .... 18.16 Thorpe wood A Irort Works, *~ ' supplies ... ......... > 8.63 Jensen's Hardware, supplies .< 2.10 Anthony Johnson, supplies .... 6.09 Joe iGreenbefgr, supplies ... ...., 67,26 T. C. Dfthl f supplies 19.04 P,,C. Dahl, supplies ... , 28.96 Arthur iPehrson, supplies .. .. 14.48 Lease A Lease, supplies .. .... 8.86 iRoderlck AUto Co., supplies .. 44.08 Kohlhaas Bros. Oarage, supplies ... 20J Wesley- Auto Co., supplies .. .. 92.7 (Frank Flalg, supplies iFarniers Co-op. Soc., supplies. (Northern Lmbr. Co., supplies . H. B. Sorenson A Co., 'supplies Kossuth Co. Mutual Ins. Ass'n, Ins. Central State Elec. Co., light scrv Central States Elec. Co., light , serv. ... ... J.-A. Roberts, bridges ..... V. (Peerless 'Oil CO., supplies .. i .',' Phillips Petroleum Co., Sup- Wesley- AUto Co., supplies .. .. Matt Murtha, supplies 12.16 28.4o 16.96 47,25 1,25 4.83 2.W . 7.90 142.10 694.28 piles ........".. 838.70 tandard Oil Co., supplies .... 167.20 hamplln Refining Co., supplies ; 816.73 namplln Refining Co.,-.. supplies ... ... 26.98 Machinery & Supply Co., supplies ... 159.30 art R. Miller Tractor Co., supplies 88.86 :eg-Fort Dodge Co., supplies 187.89 leg-iMason City Co,, supplies. 13.62 arton-Warner Co., supplies.. 361.66 Ibbs-Cook Tractor & Equip. Co., supplies 844,92 a. Machinery i& Supply Co., supplies ... 39.83 watonna'Tool Co., supplies .. ' 10.50 Motor Tool Specialty Co., sup- 35.00 13.95 y Morris that County Treasurer is ereby authorized to accept com- romlsed settlement of S. «. Rioder- ck, Lone Rock Inc., for 1923 • personal ax, and authorized to, cancel penalty nd interest. Ayes: All. Audit and allow bills. On motion Board adjourned to one 'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m.—Board met pur- uant to adjournment with all mem- ers present. Motion by McDonald and seconded y Funnemark that March 24, 19S.', at P. m. is hereby fixed as time for eceiving bids on lumber and.culverts. Vyes: All. Motion, by Balgeman and seconded? y Morris that following final estl- mtes are hereby allowed:, Bauck Construction Co., Grading Project 17 for $524.95; J. V. Elbert, Grad- ng Project No. 23, for $189.15; J. V. Albert, Grading Project No. 23, for 1S7.20; and County Auditor instructed o issue warrant as provided by law. .yes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that Secondary Road 'Peti- ion No. 205 be referred to H. M. Smith, County Engineer, for report. yes: All. Motion by .Funnemark and seconded .y Morris that following resolution is lereby adopted: RE(SOIJUTICJN| I hereby move that inasmuch as Mrs. Elinor T. Button has tendered ler resignation as Social Welfare Worker of Kossuth county, and vhereas in order to make it possible or the IBoard of Supervisors to pass in said matter as to the date said •esignation should be accepted I here>y move that Mrs. Elinor T. Button's •esignation be accepted as of date of April 15th, in order to give adequate ime for the said worker to properly 'inish up the said social work in her office and give the individual mem- ers of the Board of Supervisors time o take over the responsibilities in .heir respective districts in connection with their additional duties which will be brought about through said 'esignation. Adopted this 1st day of -March, 1932. Ayes: All. Motion 'by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that $8.61 Consl. tax for 930 on O. 'L. 1 Clarke's add. Swea 2ity be refunded to Anna Labb et al on account of being- erroneously paid and should be paid toy John Peterson and County Treasurer Instructed to enter said tax against John Peterson, Ayes: -All. Motion by (Balgeman and seconded by Morris that following Supervisor expense be transferred from various 23.22 14.66 27.55 1G.63 20.61 14.17 9.03 ».99 9.65 176.43 aa.35 39.99 13.73 19.50 13.64 T --_- ---- ~—• 102.02 L. N. Jargo, vet. serv '6975 ROA'D CONSTRUCTION JFUNI)' Paul J. Cody, cattle indem. .. A. 'A.. Kading, cattle indemn. . Sam iMetzger, cattle Indem. .. Aksel Nielsen, cattle indemn.. A. G. Schultz, cattle indemn.. P. J. Schulte, cattle iudemn... Henry Wolfe, cattle indemn... Clair Winkle, cattle indemn. . Wm. Bueneer, cattle Indemn... Emil C. Fisher, cattle indemn. Carl Johnson, qattle indemn... L. N. Jargo, vet. serv. .. . R. C. Ball, vote, serv G. Dunn, vet. serv Bauck Const. Co., 'grading project No. 3 52160 J. A. Roberts, final on new- bridges 7110 John Bernhnrd, gravel pit'. 103G 0 ?°^ n - ** u ? ent ' asst - engineer im'.OO Seth B. Cairy, notices K. G. Ewoldt, road mtg Alb. Potratz, road mtff J. 7.-Peterson, road mtg John A. Sleper, road mtg .... Peter Hans, road .mtg. R. B. Berninghaus, road mtg. Kdw. Droessler, road mtg. .. Frank Devitt, road mtg J. H. MdGregor, road mtg. .... Paul Hertzke, road mtg yy Tom Berg, road mtg- 30'1 H. F. Schultz, road mtg. .. H. J. Sherman, road mtg. Alex Radig-, road mts. ... G. IB. Risk, road mtg. 3.0C 7.03 li.82 !).48 9.20 9.20 7.2 7.8C 7.52 9.00 9.90 drains to county fund. Drain No. 9 ............ 40 .......... 43 ............ 60 .......... 62 ............ 80 ........... 81 ............ 82 ........... 84 ........... 90 ........... 95 ............ 99 ........... 103 ........... 116 ............. 157 ........... 166 ............ 178 ........... E. K. Jt. No. 2 H. K. No. 3-46 .. H. K. No. 4-56 .. W. 1C. No. 35-S9 , 5.98 6.81, 7.01 9.90 li.54 6.54 7.5! 8.9. 7.5: 8.31 12.0C 5.71 6.16.1! Project No. 10 694 9C Bauck Const. Co., Grading Project No. 8 918 9o Bauek Const. Co., Grading Project No. 7 44410 Bauck Const. Co., Grading Project No. 5 03" 4( ROAD MAINTENANCE' iFIUN'D ' M. & St. L. M'y Co., frt. C. & N. W. R'y Co.. frt. Henry Kohlhaas, road mtg. ... Chris Brandt, road mtg Geo. W. 'Nyman, road mtg .... Peter Looft, road mtg. ... . Will Ringsdorf, road mtg L. C. Gast, road mtg G. B. Risk, road mtg-. 1931 .... A. K. Cruikshank, road mtg... J. H. Fraser, road mtg Henry Bailey, road mtg Bauok Const. Co., grading 2.7 4.8 Q.5C 1.4 4.5S 7.5( 3.6! 1.4 _ 96 3 C. A. Lamoreux, patrol .. '..'.'.• lioic E. Macumber, labor C. it N. W. R'y Co., frt C. M., St. P, & Pac. R'y, frt.. C. & N; W. R'y Co., frt Railway Express Agency, express ; Railway Express Agency, express Goodman" Hundsness, patrol Amount $ 9.90 ... 22.91 3.76 7.59 7.46 2.70 7.95 6.5S 4.74 17.08 18.50 10.81 21.96 6.40 ... 35.43 34.69 24.00 9.10 9.76 1.81 ... 74.83 ... 30.43 6.91 2.50 2.DO Joe Helderscheldt, patrol .... 382 Peter Movick, patrol 83.30 Wm. O. Ludwig, patrol 88.C John Hanselman, patrol 200 ( Joe M. Esser, patrol I03.2o Clyde Sanders, patrol, clmd. 167.10; allowed 66.1 Jack Lynch, patrol 101.] Ed Fuchsen, patrol 114 i Tom Weir, patrol 102! John F. Quinn, patrol 117.6 John S. .Nelson, patrol 65.! J. H. Montgomery, patrol ... . 86.< Elmer Ewing, patrol ... 114. Hans W. Nielsen, patrol 96.2o Chester Alme, patrol 101 i Hlldreth Pettlt, patrol ' 5l.ec S. D. McDonald, patrol 115.11 Clem Goodman, patrol 96j Alton iPettit, patrol 131.21 Oscar Earing, patrol 141. Gus (Rlchter, patrol 116.! John Phillips, patrol 68. G. W. Leeper, patrol 59. Will Leeper, patrol 120. IF. D. iPruisman, clmd. $100.25; allowed ; fl9. C. E. Kollasch, dragging $ 879.27 Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that following open ditch right-of-way claim Is hereby allowed: Dr. 133- No. AC. Oscar E. Blanchard— SW 1-4 SE 1-4 Sec. 20-97-29 .. 4.4 and County Auditor Instructed to refund or abate said tax as case may be: Ayes: All. •Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that taxes and penalty on Lots 6-7 and S 1-2 of 5, Block 27, Richmond's 4th add. Swea City for 1930 for $82.80 and taxes for 1931 for $55.12 13 hereby abated on-account of being county property. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter written: SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS . CdUNTr EtJND (Paul Stahl, bounty 4.40 Henry J. Studer, bounty ... .'. 1.30 U •28.! B. H. Meyer, dragging"...".!! 55! A. T. Buckels, dragging C. H. Sonnenberg, dragging .. A. E. Weaver, dragging 6.1 W. F. MoFarland, dragging .. 6j E. H. Kesler. dragging 18.' O. IB. iRlak, draggfng 44. Cliff Johnson, labor 28. Wm. MciMahon, labor 4. Henry C. Nelson, labor i. 2.' Arnold Delperdang, labor 14.' Elmer Ellingson, labor 21.' Melvln Ellingson, labor 7.i Wm. F. Gronbach, labor 12. H. G. 'Fish, labor .; 34. Everett 'Faith, labor 12. Woodrow PetUt, labor 6. iGeorge Gronbach, labor . .... 10. Edw. Callies, labor assign. ... 24. (Clarence Macumber. labor ... 9. Albert Neuroth, labor ....... 3. Harry Helmke, labor 4. Arnold 'Harms, labor; clmd. *6.00; allowed .. 6. Henry Klepper, labor ., 5. 14.72 103.80 plies 'ausau Iron Works, supplies. uatln- Western Road Mach. Co., supplies ; 111.21 eighton, Supply Co., supplies. 16.68 Cennedy & Parsons Co., supplies .. .. l.BO onnclly Service Inc., supplied 37.80 jconomy Welding 'Works, supplies ; 112.92 early C. Hoynes, labor 98.40 V.-A. Fisher, labor 118:30 DRAINAGE FUND T. 69- iF. H. Lathrop, rodman 38.25 A. E. Michel, engr .. 105.W 'C. C. Scharlach, labor ( assessment) ...' 47.50 J. L. Vaux, labor (assessment) .1 5.00 r. 84— F. H. Lathrop, rodman 13.50 A. E. Michel, engineer 76.00 T. 95- Kell & Halvorson, repairs ... 126.60 F. H. Lathrop, rodman .. .. 3.00 A. E. Michel, engineer ... ... 24.00 3-K Jt. No. 2— Bancroft 'Register, pub. notices 6.80 POOR FUND ,. M. Owen, rent C. K. John- aon, Burt, 5 mos.; clmd. $3.00 not allowed r. W. Newel, agt., rent, Chas. Bush, Bancroft, 9 mos.; clmd. $63.00 not allowed Supervisor 'District No. 1: Jlinor T. Button, transp. Mrs. Nick Klein, Livermore 9.00 ). F. Willis, prov. Simon Mosiman, Crystal Lake, 1 week 2.37 'iede & Schneider, prov. Mrs. IGeo. Scribner, Lu Verne, 1 month 25.00 Benedict's Store, prov. [Fred Schmidt, Lu Verne, 1 month 12.74 Welter's Store, prov. J. E. McConnell, Livermore, one month 11.03 Mrs. W. H. Ellis, prov. G. Scribner, Lu Verne, 1 month 4.64 Otto Neuman/prov. Joe Fraser, Sexton, 1 month 26.78 O. J. Kaschmitter, fuel E. Saager, Whittemore 5.8S 'ohn Bpilles, rent E. Saager, Whlttemore, 2 months ... ... 16.00 '. W. Hewitt, rent, Nick •Klein, Livermore, 1 month .. 10.0C A. E, (Pasley, rent Joe Fraser, iSexton, 2 months ... 24.00 A. E. Jensen M. D., ,med. aid Jack Craig, Bode ... ... ..... 11.5C R. L. Corbln, M. D.— med. aid Chas. Dennis, Lu Verne ..$ 10.00 Med. aid Fred Schmidt, Lu Verne ... 4.50 Med. aid G. Scribner, Lu Verne 2.00 Med. aid Mrs. J. Frestad, Lu Verne j.SO 20.0C St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, hosp. care Mary L. Worby 'Lu Verne ... 4495 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care Harold D. Niles, Sexton „. .. 12.00 Supervisor Dlst. 'No. 2: Town Mut. Dwelling Ins. Co ins. on John D-. Magnusson 2.40. ^' 2.62 2.04 13.43 18.30 haul wood for, Albert, kju ij DaVlS, Alftna til u -..| 2.W Hauling wood Wi-dot* , don Jefgehson,, Aifona 8.09 $', V. A. White— Benedict, 1 week'... ..'$ 4.18 Prov. 3. echlmmel, Al' gonojl week Prov. G. Jersenson, AN 'gona. 1 week ... <.. .. ProV. **. Gronbach, AJ- gona, 1 week - (Prov. G. W. Gunder, Algona, 4 weeks ... .. Prov. J. Helmers, AU srona, 4 weeks ... .... 'Prov. G. If add, Algona, . 4 weeks i*.9t Long's Grocery— Prov. J. Schlmmel, Algona, 3'WeekS .... .. 11.83 Prov. Max Mestng, 4 weeks 17.71 Prov. Morten Pedersen, 4 weeks .f. 16.74 Prov. 3. Platt, 2 weeks 4.62 Prov. P. V. Mathlson, 4 week 14.50 iProV. G. W. White, 2 weeks 9.22 •Prov. Ed Belsch, 4 weeks ..." ..'•• 15.30 .Prov, F. ' Hanson, 2 weeks! 6.65 (Mr* Cora Jones, 1 week 2.50 C.' S. Johnson, Provisions: Jens .Knudsen, A: weeks 13.94 A. Hartgrave, 4 weeks . 10.71 H. Adams, 4 weeks .... 13.84 C. Wandllng, 4 weeks .. 11.10 IFred Klelh, 4 weeks .. '11.33 O. Bakken, 1-week .... 2.66 Rite Way Grocery, Provisions: Jens Knudsen, 1 week.: 5.81 •A. Blanohard, 4 weeks. 24.04., iRay Mason, 2 weeks .. 11.24 Jahle Chapln, 1 week... 1.84 Julius Brlggs, 1 month 10.00. Thcfs. Akre, Provisions:,, ,. Mrs. Henry Koch, 4 , weeks ".. 11.88 Wm. Baker, 2 weeks .. 8.37 Wm. Vanderweff, 3 . . • 'i weeks .....:. .. 9.46 Bloom's Store, 'Provisions: C. R. Mason, 1 week .. 4.75 G. M. White, 2 weeks.. 7.54^ C. Gunder, 3 weeks .... 10.98 R. A. C'ark, Provisions: H. Cook, 4 weeks ... .. 28.84 Robt. Bowman, 4 Weeks 10.95 Ed. Johnson, 1 week ... 6.47 Earl IBbwtnan, 4 weeks. 9.19 V. Rutledge. 1 week ... 2.40 H. iR. 'Sorenson Co., Provisions: Arthur Neltzel, 5 weeks 36.00 Dave Hasz, 1 month ... 6.00 Mrs. M. Frandsen, 4 weeks ... .... 12.68'' •H. Helmers, 4 weeks .. 14.15 E. Jones, 1 month 16.99 Botsford Lumber Co., .Fuel: John Schlmmel, 5 weeks 20.05 C. E. Sweet, 5 weeks .. 8.23 O. 'Bakken, 6 weeks 8.23 F. N. Turner, 5 wfeeks. 8.94 Chas. Gunder, 6 weeks. 4.80 Mrs. L. Sorenson, 1 mo. 4.10 Mrs. John Slfert, 1 mo. 11.60 W. Holdren, 1 month .. 5.70 IR. .Bowman. 1 month . • 7.10 J. Gunder, 1 month ..) 8.00 F. Elbert, 2 weeks .... 4.00 Milo Rtentz, 1 month ... 8.00 Fred Anderson, 'Fuel Frank Speicher ... • Plum Creek Elevator Co., fuel Ed Belsch ...... F. S. Norton & Son, .Fuel: G. M. .White, 5 weeks . 7.00 Winj. Baker, 5 weeks . . 8.12 C. R. Madson, SiWeelcs.. 15.09 M. Rentz, 1 moltti 7.88 Walter ZentnerjSp mo. . 7.11 M. Pederson, 1 month.. 7.68 Wm. Van Scoyoc, 1 mo. 4.20 'F. Elbert, 1 mo E. Jones, 1 month ... . .Mrs. IH. Cook, 1 month. 17.78 Mrs. C. Taylor, 1 month 7.00 Al .Blanchard, 1 month. 8.16 J. Helmers, 1 month ... " iF. Klein, 1 month Brownell Shoe Co., Shoes: 'Ben Glsch, Bode Mrs. H. Helmers, Algona • 3.85 C. Wandling, Algona .. 9.20 J. Helmers, Algona .... 6.50 John Williams, rent C. C. Sweet, 1 month E. Ross, rent J. Helmers, 1 .month G. C. Barton, rent W- Zent' ner, 1 month .. ... ".. John Moulds, rent Max Mesing, 1 month John Moulds, rent Mrs. A. D. Stockwell, 1-week ;.. ... .... C. B. Murtagh, rent Herbert Adams, 1 month 97.97 63.67 62.93 29.69 23.27 66.85 84.82 98.75 5.00 9.00 7.18 17.20 8.30 f, MlnaM ... .11 W,.u<" (<%, FAIttit Hortie) *JM«. . 8.09 2.09 2.00 , 68.50 2.0* CerHU. Effart .. ..> »u (Co. furtn Home) Jessie iJrT^eVrick^^en med. \fcld Jens kntidson • i. - . Kossuth Hospital) Ho'sp. Care: Joe Afndorfer ... » 228.W Mr* Donald Palmer . . 29.00 Mrs. A. (D. Stockwell .. 3J.W Kossuth Hoafrltftl/f o'are Bd ,• ' Surbuer/ Des Molnes .t -8.W supervisor JWstrlct Np. 3— B. flenne ( prov. Rdy Ollom, 6 weeks, Woden «.«> Kouba's Food Market, prov. Mrs. . E9. Robinson, Wesley. 1.16 (Farmers' Co-op. Soc., fuel Cad Robinson, 2 mos., Wesley <... 16.96 J. L. Raskopf, FUeh C. Wandlong.'l mo. ( Al- grona H.TO Mrs. Jacob Simons, SI Benedict 11.60 23.2S Dr. F. L. Adams, . med. aid John Hammond. Wesley .... 20:00 W. W. Dlrksen, prov. .Roy Ol- , lorn,- i'.'morith '.,! '•>,, • 16.00 C. Hf" Cretzmeyer, nied: aid Jim Flack, Wesley; clmd. »226.00; allowed ... ... ..i .... 160.00 (Drs. Keneflck & ' Ketieflck, med. ald.'Len 'Kuohenreuther, Tltonka ... ... ..... 61.00 Kossuth Hospital, hoap. care • Jim Flack, Wesley ... 66.00 J. E. Kell, casket for R. G. Wendlandt child; clmd. $19.; allowed ..-. ............ ..... 16.00 Supervisor 'Dlst. No. 4— Elinor T. Sutton, board Darrel Geist, Burt, 17 days .... 13.67 Hoods Cash Store, Provisions: C. Sandt, Bancroft, 1 month ... ..' 15.26 Mrs. Mabel Doss, 1 mo. 10.35 Carl Busch, 1 month ... 30.00 55,61 Steve's Cash (Grocery, prov. Yallle Shott, Fenton, 1 mo... 10.09 Merrill Bros., Provisions: N. J. Nemmers, Ban- 'croft, 1 month ... .;.. 20.00 Mrs. H. Johnson,' 1 mo. 20.97 Amos Bergman, 1 month 10.31 51.28 Daniel Llchllter, prov. Edna Johnson, Bancroft, 1 month. 7.83 Prlebe Brothers, prov. W. IP. Brown, Lone Rock, 3 wks.. 7.00 129,70 6.50 26.05 15.00 12.00 10.00 15.00 2.50 12.50 Art Bettln, Provisions; Bert Godden, Burt, 3 weeks ... .. 12.00 Ernest Johnson, 1 wk. . 2.85 W. A. Murray, vFuel: Mrs. Joe Kramer, Bancroft, 1 month ... .... 9.95 Mrs. E. West, 1 month. 10.25 Amos (Bergman 1 month ' 9.95 , Roswell Hunt, 1 month. 10.55 Mrs. H. Johnson, Z.moa.' 29.13 Mrs. Fred O'Dell, 2 mo. 19.50 C. Busch, 2 months .... 13.95 Mrs. E. Caylor, 2 mos. . 19.60 Mrs. Grover Tyler 19.70 C. Sandt, 2 mos. ... ... 34.40 J. M. Blanchard, fuel, W. P. Brown, Lone Rock ... J. H. Sheridan, agt.,.,rent Geo. Lau, (Bancroft, 1 month J. H. Sheridan, agt, rent Nick Nemmers, Bancroft, , 1 month ... (Frederick Schultz, rent, IWm. 'Brown, Lone 'Rock, 1 month- J. A. (Devine, (Med. Aid: Geo. Wolf, Bancroft ... 47.00 Mrs. IR. Hunt ..: 4.00 Oran Johnson 25.00 Amos Bergman 7.00 Mrs. E. Caylor 4.00. Mrs. IGene Erickson .... 6.00 Nick 'Nemmers ... 37.50 Fred Darnell 100.00 Town of (Bancroft, water serv. for Mrs. Edna Johnson, one year Donald Weir, books, Mrs. E. 12.00 14.85 , Nil).. Mrs. Stockwell .'" . e Elbert' Ralph Moe ... ' ,rm—. County . H.- J*. Vande.. Steejr (Farm ...... ' F)6yd C TK5 a ^u Co " 8u PP"e'3 J ™ps. Akre, prov. . , John Henning, labor',. I ^P'LHfr > dwaVe, rt>n ° 1 "" Matt Murtha, si Tforton Machine piled Mrs. Moslman Co HughRanev pasture j Jjr. Ii. W.I Fox, vpt =(,.„."• I IPred-Park,-freight :.? ervlc6 l A ' Clark, provisions" "1 sch00 ' ' *>ank Johnson, labor; $10.00; allowed F. 8. Norton '& Son snnmi 'I RESOLVED: That the fij tor is hereby ordered and SI Issue warrants for all Mis. this meeting as shown bytk. Ule of Claims" herelnheforel as per vote on each • • " Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourm o'clock a. m. March 24th . BEIRTHA E. Jc •:• ; County! 176.90 15.40 8.00 8.00 10.00 Mrs. Elsie Cady, Rent and Board: Rent, Mrs. Ethel Jones, 1 month 14.00 Rent, G. M. White, 1 month 12.00 Board, Ed Erickson, 4 » weeks 30.00 56.00 Victor Johnson, rent Henry Cook, 1 month 16.00 W. C. (Danson, Agt., rent A, J, Davis, 1 month 15.00 230,50 8.00 3.65 Johnson Mrs. Augusta Klnney, board, 'Darrell 'Geist, 3 weeks 16.00 Supen-isor Dist. No. B— D. D. Scriven, elk. Camp. No... • 4033, dues (Feb., March and April Noel Entwlstle ..'..... .6.30 H. M. Dyer, prov. Geo. Shayer| (Ledyard : ... 29.16 C. J. Appelqiilst, .Provisions: '. Mike' Baker, 'Swea City, ""1 week".';; ... .;.'••.'.':.. '2166.••'•?-.''. Mr. Norrls, Swea City, V .: ' •• 1 month ,'. 10.00 12.66 E. L. Hansen, prov. Ed Anderson, Swea City, : 1 month 15.05 Thaves Sisters, prov. F. W. Thaves, Lakota, 1 month ... 15.00 Tlce .Brack, prov. F. Blsher, Swea City, 4 weeks 9.06 E. T. Danlelson, fuel Ed Anderson, Swea City 2.75 Northern Lbr. Co., Fuel: '' • Mrs. Carrie Thompson, iSwea City, 1 month .. 12.55 Mrs. H. Hutchinson, ' 'Swea City, 1 month .. 6.00 18.65 A. M. Lester, rent, J. F, 'Faulkner, "Lakota, 2 months 20.00 •First—in the dough. Tlj the oven. You can i of perfect bakings in i BAKl P0\ SAME PRI FOR OVER40 YE 25 ounces for ILLIONS OF POUNDS BY OUR COVERNME' plllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ ! Mail a Want to Fill a Want dva " 8 emulation, want advertl§ln? In thU paper Ii exeeptlonaUr »ro««etlT«. At the lame tlmil H Jiiexpenslye. BepUes often cost the advertiser leg* than a cent apiece. Note-Ercept lonr «r*.«eri,» MT kind of .dTertlsInf i In the same type as the new. Is a "want nV To« « wa nt» to seU a. weU a. buy, you <i.nf t » LL, yo. "w.^- J, rent . boor farm, yon « W ant« to take cows to pasture, etc. All sncn adrertUlnir 1. caUed « W .nt« .dTertl.in, * Iew.p.,»«. Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ada -- Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN Y°«*Name._._.._...„_„._;,,„.„._..„ Addrew .„, How many ^eek.i, «dver«.emeiit to rw^__.____:__ A «iw tt t en clQ,eil $ do no must where. o'clock „.. ,°' 'WU*« •»« forwdrttaf. Airertli want col urn., || r«**|™« |«t«r It •»•? »ppe« <

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