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PAQB BtOHT KOS81TTH CODNTT ADVANCK^ DOS, MEURER, WHITTEMORE, DIES FRIDAY Whlttemore, Aug. 30 — 'Funeral Services were held Monday morning at St. Michael's Catholic church for Joseph Meurer Sr., who died Friday, the Rev. Father Wm. Velt officiating. Mr. Meurer was 'born January 22, 1849, at Coblenz, Germany. Before his marriage he lived at New iFrankland, Wls. He was married to Mary Laubenthal April 10, 1883, at St. Joe. They lived at St. Joe a year and from there moved to Menominee, Mich. They came here in October, 1883. He is survived by his wife and four children, Mrs. Wm. iFrantz, Menominee, Mich.; Nic, Plover; J. fF., Wesley; Luclan, at home. Edward died in Infancy and John, Charles City, died in 1929. Pallbearers were: Henry Lavrenz, Henry Geelan, Henry Meyers, Peter Neu, Frank Fan-ell, and Otto Kaschmltter. Mr. Meurer started to work for the Milwaukee railroad in 18SS and worked up till two years ago. Those at the funeral included the Frank Capeslus, John Capeslus and Henry Lavrenz families, and Mrs. Glen "Walker, Algona; the Nick Lauben- thals, George Laubenthal, Doctor and Mrs. Al Laubenthal. and Mrs. Rose Goeders, Emmetsburg: Mrs. Cody Gifford and Clyde, Mrs. Geo. Baldwin and the J. C. Meurers, of Charles City; the Henry Thllges, Matt Klrsches, Julius Capesiuses, the Wm., Jim, 'Peter, and Mike Red- Ings, Alice Reding, and John Bor- ma-nns. St. Joe; the Andrew Red- Ings. Dennis Capesiua, Mrs. Tom Malamphy, Joe Laubenthal Sr., Geo. Redlngs, Serai Holden. and Matilda Holden. Ottosen; the H., IFltzgeralds and UIP A. G. Heathman, Plover; Mrs. "YVm. Frantz and Pauline, Monomince, Mich.; Helen Frantz, Waukeg.in. Surprise t>r Mrs. J. K. Walker— The J. R. Walker children and a few .friends surprised Mrs. J.- ' E. Walker In.st Thursday on her 56th birthday. T-iich brought baskets and lunch w;is s'-M-ved. Present were the Roy Bju;=trnms. Harold Walker, and Marie Soli-s. Alpona: the Carl Walkers, Gol.dtirW: the Dplbert Walkers, Delevan: the Tl-irold Kueckors arid Ltlli;in H.'idc-nwith, of Whitteniore, and Ralph and l.loyd. Mrs. Walker was given a floor lamp. Mimeographed News Sheet a Sales Racket (From July-August bulletin Iowa Association Commercial Organization Secretaries — Some young fellow recently came into Clarinda seeking: endorsement for a mimeographed sheet to be circulated around town, the purpose of which was to get money from local merchants by carrying small ads In the sheet. Investigation disclosed that companies selling mimeograph machines (not the original producers) Induce young folks to buy these machines on attractive conditions with dreams of easy money through starting in the "newspaper" business, A small dov/n- payment is made, and the youthful editor starts out. Soon they are behind In their payments and the "newspaper" changes hands or drops out. In the'meantime, it has disturbed the regular newspaper business, taken money away from the merchants and given them very little in return. Be careful of this or similar stunts. 2.10 2.10 2.10 4.10 35.00 86.00 4.75 3.00 . 3.00 It2.21 C. H. Taylor, witness fee ..... 2.10 B. H. Potter, witness fees .... Marian Burbank, witness fee. Mrs. C. T. CEllswo'rth, -witness fee Dr. 'P. V. Janse, witness- fee.* INSANE FUND L. B. Hovey, exp. of conveyance .. ......... ... .. L. B. Hovey, exp. of conveyance Clark Orton, clerk's fee ., .... C. II. Cretzmeyer, commissioner 1 ,..i H. AV. Miller, commissioner T. B. EIRIAiDIfcATlON Jorgen Hanson, cattle Indem.. DOMESTIC ANIMAL FUND Wilbur Farrow, loss of cattle and sheep; clmd. $477; allowed '. .208.00 ROAD CONST1RIUCTTON PUNID Paul & Donnelly, W. B. Williams, and John Schumacher, sec. road No. 196 '..$1017.47 Ast. C. M. & St. iP. & Pac. R'y Co., frt 618.55 A. A. Mettler, grading project -No. 2S.... .;. 437.40 J. A. Roberts, bridge 66.07 A. A. Mettler, grading proj. No. 25 351.00 Paul & Donnelly, W. B, Williams and John Schumacher) Sec. 'Road Dist. No. 211 165.40 Paul & Donnelly, W. IB. Williams, Sec. Road Dist. No. ! 1S5 1800.00 I A. -A. Mettler, grading proj. No. 10 261.90 A. A. Mettler, grading proj. No. 11 362.00 A. A. Mettler, grading proj. No. 24 175.50 Don T. Nugent, asst.'engr 360.00 Milton MclFadden, rodman — 75.00 •Lloyd :.H. iZentner, checking gravel 43.65 A. A. Ftrngman, gravel 175.84 Spear & McVay, grading .. .. 42B.OO visitors at Mrs. Tom McDonell's. Frank Blbert, Mike Koppen, Lawrenz Gade, and Herbert Zumach spent last week at the state fair. Maynard Mueller, son of the Louis Muellers, fractured his arm last week while cranking a Ford. Florence Roupe, of Mason City, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roupe, last week. Mrs. Leo Swanson and son Rex visited relatives and friends at Estherville this week. The Methodist Aid will serve a 1-5-cent lunch at the church this Thursday afternoon. Ava Simpson is home for a few days visit before going to Parkersburg to teach school. R. C. Tiehmer, Lutheran teacher at Fenton, visited last week at Frank Behnke's. The Leo Walters, Algona, were week-end guests at the Mrs. Joseph Walters home. Delores Kloock, daughter of the O. J. Kloocks, Garner, visited here last week. The Delbert Walkers visited last week at O. H. Roupe and J. E. Gens-lors Have StM-imil C;irl— •Mr. .'mil Mr.s. Nick Gcngler, Lotts Creek, are parents of a ! of rirl. Born a week ngo Monday. This is the second child and second girl. Mrs. Gf'iisler was a patient at the McCreery hospital. Girls Hurt, in Collision- Friday evening while practicing klttenball Lydia Meyer and Linda Roeber collided. Lydia was running backwards and Linda forward. Linda's eyelid was cut open and stitches had to be taken. Walker's. Alice June Cairy visited -a days last week at Ray Oliver's Algona. •Aug. (Henning, labor John Lelninger, labor J. V. Elbert, labor 20.00 24.00 170.65 'E. G. Stenstrom, labor 44.40 1C. Albin Peterson, labor 7.80 iFred Anderson, coal 199.52 (Farmers Co-op. Soc., slip S4.40 J. L. Raskopf & Co., sup 109.24 [F. S. Norton & Son, sup 5.50 iBnrton-Warner 'Co., sup. .. .. &S2.31 Wilson Concrete Co.. sup 133.72 Advance Pub. Co., pub. notice 2.40 lAVheeler .Lumber Bridge & -Sup. Co., sup G29.00 ROAO MAINTENANCE FUND E. N. Taylor, damage to car, clmd. J5.10 not allowed John Frlderes, damage to crop. clmd. $150.00 not allowed Bertha 'E. Johnson, frt. expense 3.27 Paul & Donnelly, W. B. Williams, and John Schumacher, maint. Prod. No. 2 32S8.31 Agt. C. M. •& St. P. & P. R'y, frt 471.50 Peter Schmitt, gravel land ... 150.00 Hugh Post, express on. sup. .. 1.70 Anthony Johnson, repairs .. .. 8,00 S. G. Hunter Iron Works Co., sup S77.44 E. J. Studer, dragging 15.00 Paul & Donnelly, W. B. Williams, and John Schumacher, maint. proj. No. 14 24B2.74 City of Algona, light and water service 727 Paul & Donnelly, W. B. Williams, and John 'Schumach- supplies Glbbs-ICook Tractor & Equip. Co., supplies ................ 27.83 legMFort Dodge Co., supplies. 194.49 Dukehart Machinery Co., supplies .. ........... : ........... 77.48 Iowa Culvert and Pipe Co., supplies... ........... . ....... 31.62 Frank Behnke le.ivos Friday for Webster City to teach all eight grades. Mrs. Hay Bui-dine and daughter Betty visited last week at Spencer. Gladys Weisbrod, beauty operator, spent last week at the lakes. Oscar Schattschneider, of Easton, Minn., is visiting local relatives. The Edwin Behnkes, o£ Bennett, returned home Monday. er, maint. prol. No. 27 Agt. C. M. & St. P. 'R'y Co., few I frt in I Earl Buttorworth, frt. on sup. Paid & Donnelly, W. 03. Williams, and John Schumacher, maint. proj. No. 5 Fathers Hylaiid Tour In East— I Board Proceedings Paul & Donnelly, W. B. Williams, rind John Schumacher, maint. prof. No. 1 C. M. St. P. .t Pac. R'y Co., Sid iBackus, C. O. D. order ... Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service James F. Weir, labor Paul & Donnelly, W. B. Williams, and John Schumach- 2577.51 fi.88 1.00 S37.S8 2913.42 7.0-1 ai.ll S °0 3-|]oO August 2, 1932. Auditor's Office, August 2, 1932. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members presnt. On motion Board proceeded Father John T-Iyland and his ! au aitinfT and allowing of bills. with . brother, Father William Hyland, of | (Motion by McDonald and seconded er, maint. pro.1. No. •!(> 1662.70 Paul & Donnelly, W. B. Williams, and John Schumacher maint. pro.1. No. 26 1369.85 :RaiIway Express Agency, express 1,35 Guy Ash, road work .. .'. 17!40 H. A. Brims, labor 3300 H. A. H3rutis-, labor 33 50 Old bury Electro: Chemical J. H. Montgomery, patrol .. .. 'Goodman -Hundsness, patrol .. John 'S. Nelson, patrol M . lu Elmer Ewing, patrol 30040 'Clyde Sanders, patrol ... 'Pearly C. Haynes, patrol •Wilbur A. Fisher, patrol Lyell AV. Miller, patrol 346.60 87.85 82.20 88.10 Cherokee, are away on a three ' by Balgeman that County Auditor bej'C. A. Lamoreux patrol weeks trip In the east. They will, instructed to^ have ^nottee _ published F. D.^Pruisman,' patrol 73.00 1SB.OO 91.00 S1..02 105.20 A, 3. iohhSoh, supplies' ..; i.\, .... Lone Rock Tel. Co., t«fv «et«W . i».l J. A. RdberU. bridges < .. W. T. Presnell, labor . . n, or,... ... .. . Alsona Ins. Agency, Ins 70B.27 Dick Paul, labor .... 76.73 Botsford lAimfcer Co., supplies 7.46 Northern'- Lumber Co., supplies 6.90 Fullerton Lbr. Co., supplies ,. 6.90 C. S. Johnson, supplies .. ...i 6.85 Nelson Hardware, supplies ... .86 Seed Hardware, supplies ..... S.41 Arthur FArson, supplies .. ., 8.12 A. H. Fuchs, supplies .., 1.72 Lease & Lease, supplies ...... 22.33 C. A. Nlemann, supplies ..... 1.60 C. H. Llchty A Son, supplies.. 7.35 M. A. Saunders, supplies .. .. 1.28 Paul W. Larson, supplies ,. .. -2.90 Carl Syverson, supplies ... .... 4.76 Joe Greenberg, supplies ..... . 66.68 J. August Peterson, supplies .. 13.20 Clapp's Master Service, sup' piles ... .' ............. . ....... 1.00 Kohlhaaa Bros. Garage, sup- iplles ................ . ........ 9.96 Wesley Auto Co., supplies ..... 7.91 P. A. Griffith, supplies .. ..... 17.04 P. C. Dahl, supplies Frank Flalg, supplies Norton Machine Works, supplies • ' t .. ... Matt Murtha, supplies .. .. ... Tire Service Co., supplies Qarfleld ErickBon, supplies ... Oeogre Holtzbauer, supplies .. Kohlhaas ;Hdw., supplies .. .. Walter Elbert, labor Advance Pub. Co., pub. notice Wheeler Lumber Bridge- & 17.80 26.96 60.70 7.7B 5.60 4.00 16.30 25.08 36.00 1.80 W. MM. EmmS'k Mr». Alton*. Co*op. pry. C&» pfofi .;*>.. i5.,.l.iV.t iV'ttl/.t. »l.!ll '«. Cook ...;i'.'..» w.su 3.M E. Beird 2.60 15.00 fc.7* . 8.00. 3.10 E. Beird M. Frandsen iP. .Elbert .. C. R. MMOn J. Helmers ... ... ..... •»> Eugene Meyers .. ... .. «•» Ethel Jones"... ... ..... 2.00 P. Hatiion ... ... ... ". 1.30 Amy. Johnson ...... -.. 1.20 Mrt. A. Neltzel ....... 3.10 Oreen's Store, prov. "Jens Knudson ... . ..... ........... 'Long's Grocery, prov. .... ..... (Frank Hanson ....... .. 17.80 Lewis Olson : ........ . 13.60 H. -R. Sorensen & Co., prov. Matt Frandsen ........ 12.00 Dave Hasz ........... 8.00 'Mrs, :B. Jones ... .... .. 17.10 C. Neltzel . ..... .... ... 18.00 Mrs. G. B. Vnn Dorston 8.25 C. L. Post . ........... 6.00 •C. S. Johnson, prov ......... Amy Johnson . ........ 1".W H. Adams ............ 3.00 Drs. Keneflck & Keneflck, med. aid St. John ... ....... Bloom's Store, prov. ....... . A. Davis .-. ...... '...... 16.00 Mrs, Stedman .....' .... 7.50 J. Knudson ... ... ... .. -1.00 E. Meyers ...... ...... . • il.TB SUPERVISORS DIST. NO. 3 8.0ft ,31.00 6S.35 20.50 20.00 29.25 Sup, Co., sup 306.10 Dr. :F. L. Adams, med. aid Laing & Muckey, supplies John Schumacher, hauling gravel ....................... Kennedy & 'Parsons Co., sup.. J. D. Adams Co., supplies .... Iowa Machinery & Sup. Co., 1.20 44.02 < 24.24 288.09 84.96 Leighton Supply Co., supplies. 7.65 . Elarton-Warner Co., supplies.. Sargent Machine Co. Inc., supplies ............ ............... Austln^Western iROad Machinery 'Co., supplies .......... Economy Welding Works, sup- 11.32 51.55 46.58 63.09 piles John Lucas & Co. Inc., supplies 61.00 Peerless Oil Co., supplies .. .. 1444.17 Shell Petro.-lCorp., supplies 15.91 K. & H. Cooperative Oil Co., supplies 321.77 tandard Oil Co., supplies .... 166.57 hamplln Refining Co., supplies 144.87 Phillips 'Petroleum Co., supplies; clmd. $172.53; allowed.. 172.43 hamplln Refining Co., . supplies i. 47.23 Champlin iRefining Co., supplies 429.21 8.99 42.36 2S.50 36.50 Peerless Oil Co., supplies "Walter Elbert, labor Norton Machine sign. Works, as- Co., sup- sup- visit Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington. New York, and Brooklyn. Henry Priest erJU'ro Again— Henry Priester, who has been | culling 'for bids for four bridge abutments fixing August IS, 193- at 10 a. m. as time for receiving bids. Ayes: adjourned to one 'Board of Super- farming near Faribault, Minn., the past few years, quit farming some time ago. He .will make his home with his mother, Mrs. I21r/;ibeth Priester, here for the present. All. On motion Board o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m. visors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Morris that following final estimates IHI allowed: Paul & 'Donnelly, Coin plot PS Army Knlislment— \V. B. AVilliains and John Schumacher j on Secondary 'Road No. 211 for $18.35; , iM'aintenancv Project No. 3 for $327.26; Maintenance Project No. 5 for $93.07; Maintenance Project No. 14 for _ T , , . . . _ T ^ .. *., ... ,», L.^lnnl.-t; 4 IWJCl^l, x>u. Jt HJ* \\alUn- -Sc-hmelinK. Konof Kmil -$273.6,1; Maintenance Project No. 27 for SchmelinKi, completed his three , Ayes: All. years' army ' . enlistment tit Fort | , Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that County And tor- be ,,.,., . , . . .. Meade, S. I)., last week, and us visit- | instructed to call for bids on -1 ing- his fatlii-!'. He hasn't Whether to ivenli.st. Gus Rlchter, patrol John Quinn, patrol AVill Leeper, patrol Oscar Earing, patrol ...... Chris F. Nielsen, • checking gravel (Hans AV. Nielsen, patrol ... Alton 'Pettit, patrol Chester Alme, patrol Clifford Holmes, patrol Peter Movick, patrol , Tom Weir, patrol ... Ed Fuchsen, patrol 'Wm. 'F. Gronbach, patrol .. .. AA r m. O. Ludwig, patrol Joe M. Esser, patrol John (Hanselman, patrol S. D. McDonald, patrol Joe Helderscheidt, patrol .. .. James Murray, patro' Clem Goodman, patrol D. C. Gardner, dragging 63.00 Sfl.10 84.70 315.00 . DRAINAGE FUND Dr. 2— M. T. Clement, labor •. Tom Pedersen, labor Dr. 4— Paul Tienan, labor Tonr Pedersen, labor ... .-... E. C. Stenstrom, labor .. ., C. Algin Peterson, labor ... M. L. Clement, labor •H. L. Brown, labor ....-Elmore Cement & Tile supplies Northern Lumber Co., plies Dr. 5— Paul Tienan, labor .. .. Dr. 7— A. J. Lawler, labor .... Paul Tienan, labor ... . Dr. 9— Fullerton Lumber Co.,Plies . .. . . Dr. f!0— Gep. Onken, repair work .... Geo. Onken, repair work ... Dr. 34— Charles Glaus, repair work.. Dr. 40— A. E. Michel, engineer Dr. GO— C. Albin Peterson, repair- work .... .E. G. Stenstrom, repair work Elmore Cement & Tile. Co.. supplies Dr. 82— Wm. Letcher, repair work .. R. Pomeroy, repair work .... Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies Thep. Dorenbush, repairs- ... Otto Kenne, labor labor; SI7.32 26.70 15.00 M Doss Daniel Llchliter, prov. iMrs. Edna Johnson Kennedy Bros. Co., prov. Geo. Lau ... Merrill Bros., prov Mrs. Peter Giles 10.00 Mrs. H. Johnson 20.36 Amos Bergman 32.00 Dr. F. C. Scanlan, med. aid Mm. Busch" J. A. Devine,.med. aid Mrs. West ' 2.00 Mrs. E. Cayler 3.50 John Tobin 29.00 Mrs. Roswell Bunt .... 2.00 Mrs. Augusta KInney, care of Darrel 'Gelst ... 20.00 A. H. Fuchs, funeral exp. of Honken 45.00 SUpiETtrVTSOR* DIST. 'NO. 5 C. G. Dourte, rent Edward Anderson Mrs. Ben Rushton, rent A. H. Patterson Art !Lester, rent ,Toe Falkner and Frank Miller .... Dr. Holman, transp. S.OO 20.00 1.GO 22.00 2.00 1.50 S.OO 52.-10 21.00 7.00 3.50 15.90 3.20 2.40 7.00 7.00 E.40 33.50 16.50 22.00 5.00 33.70 7.50 40.60 2.00 2.00 Jas. Flack ... ........ .... 15.00 Dr. Pierre Sartor, med. aid Arend Honken ... ........... 11-00 Myrtle 'Larson, nurse Mrs. Catl Watson .............. 48.00 SUPERVISOR DIST. 'NO. 4 Mrs. Mary iFroehle, rent Mrs. Grover Tyler ............... 16.00 Hood's Cash 'Store, prov. Mrs. 10.52 7.44 ,-. John Lang Donald D. Severin, dues Noel Entwlstle '. C. J. Appehniiest, prov. Floyd iHagedorn E. L. Hansen 10.00 20,00 15.00 7.00 11.10 6.11 prov. Ed Anderson 32.46 Nelson Mercantile, prov. Carrie Thompson Sanborn's Cash Store, prov. W. F. Norris ...-.' ............... Dr. 'Holman, med. aid John Lang ........... ............. Dr. G. 'F. Dolmage, med. aid Mrs. Harm Ward .......... Dr. C. W. Lundquist, care ... Chas. Miller .......... 10.00 Edward Onderson ..... 12.00 Mrs. Mary J. Webster, care Noel Entwlstle ........ ..... K. D. James, medicine 'Paul Van Alstine ................ C. E. Rohlin, rent H. K. Hutchinson ........... ;, .. StTP.BRIVISOR DIST. NO. Mrs. Harry AVartl, rent J. R. Andrew iPeterson, rent ' Mrs. Jones ........... ........... Elsie Cady, care Ed Erickson Mrs. Anna Carney, rent Me'Gee Jim J. AA r . Kelly, rent A. J. Davis. •Drs. Keneflck & iKeneftck, med. aid L. MeGee ........ Drs. Keneflck & Keneflck, med. aid Ernest Nickels Kossuth -Hospital, hosp. care Ernest Nickels ... Dr. P. E. Walley, med. aid H. J. MdCrady DIST. NO. 4 17.75 S.40 5.00 25.00 tS.OO 45.00 2.00 "000 2 3.00 12.00 2oloO 1"00 13.00 11.00 3S.OO 1G250 1400 decided loads of coal, size 3x8, or lump on i Wm. Keller, dragging Kentucky, Iowa, and Illinois. Ayes: John Simmons, dragging lflfl.02 ST. 85 10-1.00 \57.Sn 68.10 ST. 50 89.25 ST.60 70. SO S9.25 95.70 156.50 101.30 S0.70 fiT.fiO 120.-10 13.05 21.GO Severiens, clmd. $28.00; allowed Dr. 91— (i;:niK'(» to bi^Opened— Wee Hayes nuivod hLs tools to ; Whitteniore last week from Kagle Motion by Morris and seconded by John Kohlwes, ddaggiiis- Clinton Sampson, dragging Bulgmnaii that Secondary .Road Peti- 'B. H. friiild, dragging" tion No. 215 be referred to engineer ['Richard Potratz, dragging for report. Ayes: All. ' : E. J. Laabs, dragging On motion 'Board proceeded to audit I Carl Zuniach, drugging ... Grove. Mr. Hayes and Tony Schmidt; and allow bills us per "Schedule of ] J. M. Elmore, dragging are starting a Ford garage •\vest end of town. in thp Claims" hereinafter written: SDHEDULE OF CLAIMS 1 COUNTV FUND Sid J. Backus, postage $ IHi-rtha E. Johnson, postage and expense Ouy Barker, bounty Henry C. Nelson, collect, road poll AVm. Himyard, bounty to \Vest , .Guy Barker, bounty Mrs. Bell : ^' m - Bunyard, bounty Other Whitteniore News. Mrs. Frank P."!I nr-ciimpnnied Mr. and M!S. Arthur UVif-f/, of Blue Earth, .Minn., u> Whittemnre Sunday. Tile. Wei.se.s drove Bend to sec the. grotto, remained ;it the D. C'ordes home for a visit. Mr. Bell f;une down after her Tuesday. The C. AV". 'Huiitieiitj .spent Sunday at Hdlstein with Mr. Hanseii's par-| A. J. ;Seller, collect, "road poll. ents. Tli«y were accompanied Whitteniore .by a In-other of. Hansen, .Le Hoy, who Visit here for some time. Johnson Chevrolet Co., assign. Arthur 1-lolcomb, dragging ... Loren Byers, dragging 10.00 Albert AVittkopf, dragging .... Jay Godden, dragging 19.20 S.SOJAVyot Stott, dragging Matt Laux, labor Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies ...... Dr. 95— Kell & Halvorson, final Kell & Halvorson, final .. .. A. E. Michel, engineer F. H. Lathrop, rodman A. J. Lawler,. labor ... ... ... Dr. 102— Elmore Cement & TUe Co., supplies Dr. 103— Theo Dorenbush repairing tile .Melvln Letcher, labor ... '.'.'.! "Wilson Concrete Co., supplies A. E. Michel, engineer ft |Dr. 341— ™-^i Pauj^ Tienan, labor ... <> 7ft I ^ r ' ^"— ,,y'X Hilbert Severiens, labor .... ,.-|Jj Dr. IK— o.«u , K G stenstrom, labor .. .. 'Elmore Cement & Tile Co, supplies Dr. 377\. E. Michel, engineer . . Smith 'Department Store, prov Squire Hudson ........ H.07 C. K. Johnson ......... 20.00 Benin's Cash Store, prov. J. Briggs ...................... A. A. Droessler, prov. Edna Johnson .................... 13.11 COUlNiTY FARM i John Henning, labor .. .. Spear & McVay, labor .... "450 Thos. Akre, prov ....... .. Fred Park, supplies ...... 12.05 | 1' he Graham Co., supplies C. A. Heard, supplies ,u. •».« «.-•'.'<., «• , K. D. James, supplies ... >..' «•» vanie li. Milled »*ht servlc*. 10.27 IHEWOUVESD: That the County Auditor Is he)r«by ordferW issue wWrant* ttr at this «»eetln«f as shoT«ii "Schedule of Claims" he written M per vpte on each . "Motion* Bo^'adjot-ned to nine o'clock a. Auditor's Office Aug. .8. _ Board of iSupervlsoVs of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark' and seconaea by McDonald that following Record Entry be made for 1933 County Budget estimate: . . . Be It remembered on this, the 3rd day of August, 1932. the County Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, met In session .for the purpose of a. hearing upon the budget estimate as filed with this Board, There was present a quorum as required by, law. Thereupon the Board Investigated and found that the notice of the time and place of hearing has, according; to law nnd ns directed by the board, been published on the 2flth and 21st day of July, 1932, in the Bancroft Register. IBhncroft, Iowa, and Kossuth County Advance and Upper I>es Molnes JAepubllcan, of Algona, I6wa, official newspapers published In said county, and that the affidavit of publication thereof was on file with the County Auditor. Thereafter and on said day the estimate was taken up and considered and taxpayers heard for -and against said estimate. /No objections died and no taxpayers present at meeting. Thereafter the Board took up the estimate for final consideration and after being fully advised, the Board determined that said estimate be corrected and completed so that when completed it should be In words and figures as stated herein. The chairman of the Board and the County Auditor were thereupon directed to properly certify the estimate and to file the same .In the office of the County Auditor as required by law. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Morris that following resolution be adopted: 'RESOLUTION. 'WHEREAS, a certain Application has been made to this Board of Supervisors by the Algona Masonic Temple Association asking that the 1931 taxes, payable In 1932, against the real estate owned by said Assoc4atlon and described in said Application be abated an cancelled, under and by virtue of Section 6944 of the 1931 Code of Iowa, and that said real estate be henceforth omitted from assessment by virtue of said Section. NOW TKHRlEFOiRE, It is hereby ORIDERIEE by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, that said real estate, described In said Application to wit: East 1-3 of Lot 7 and all of lLot 8, Block 22, O. P. Algona, be txempt from taxation and bs omitted from further taxation and assessment and that the 1931 taxes, payable in 39,12, against said property, as now shown on the books and records of the County Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, be abated nnd cancelled, and the County Auditor of Kossuth county. Iowa, is hereby ORDERED and DIRECTED to make proper entries of this order on the books and records of her said office; that this order is made under and by virtue of Section 6914 of the 19.11 Code of Iowa. Dated this 3rd 'day of August, A. D., Ayes: AIT. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by McDonald that resignation of Henry J. Kohlhaas as weed commissioner of .Sherman Township Is hereby accepted, and Ed Pergand'e is herehy appointed as weed commls- «cona«d „. »YVcomitifi«*e~te v "h*ir» repair*' mMe oh P-A'K 'Jt, No, 1 M per Enfcl- n««r'8> report. , Ay*ii All. •Motion by Morrtg. and aeeoHded by JfoDonAld that iBftlrfemart And iFUnne-' mark be ftppolted as a committee to have repairs • made' on Dr, 177 and Hu.-K. Jt. Or. No. 8 ft* per Engineer'* report., Aye»: All. „ Motion t>y Morris and seconded by McDonald' that following final estimates be allowed ot Paul & Donnelly, W. B. Williams and John Schumacher Maintenance (Project No. W for fl£2.20; Secondary Road No. 193 for $96.69; Maintenance Project No. 1« for $184,74, Ayes: All, < Motion by: Morris and seconded % Balgeman that date of hearing on Secondary Road No, 215 Is hereby fixed, for September 1, 8832, at 1:80 p. m. In a Joint hearing with : Palo Alto County Board; at Emtnetsburgfr and County ; Auditor Instructed to have rtotlce published. Ayes: All. ; On motion iBoard adjourned to 9 o'clock a. m. August 18, 1932.- • •. ; tSaRTTHA E. JOHNSON, . County Auditor. August 18,1932. Auditor's Office, Augtist 18, 1982, Board of Supervisor*, of Kossuth County met pursuant to (adjournment with all members present, , Motion -by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that contract for constructing bridge abutments be awarded to Hlldebrand \ft Kragh as per terms of bid. Ayes: All. ; 'Motion -by Balgeman and. seconded by McDonald that following final estimates of 'Paul & Donnelly,. W, B. Williams, and John Schumacher be allowed: ' Secondary 'Road No. 189 for $76.89: Secondary Road No. 194 for $47.87; Secondary 'Road No 203 for $j(>4.41; Maintenance Project No.'3 for $309.46; Maintenance Project No. 17 for $173.71. Ayes: All. .Motion by iFunnemark and seconded by McDonald that quarterly report ending June 30, 1932, of Clark Orton, Clerk of District Court, Is hereby approved. Ayes: All. , On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock ... . . ._ visors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and' seconded by Funnemark that Botsford 'Lumber Company be awarded contract to furnish 4 carloads of Centerville coal as per terms of bid and notice. Ayesf All. Motion tiy McDonald and seconded by Funnomark that following soldier's exemption be allowed: Emellne C. Spear, Lots 7' and 8, •mlck on a i Eight defendants, Clara "M l con Erneet .L,. McCormlck i, ' for the sum of Seven' f y-four and 62/100 Dollar, together with Interest tl September 20th, .1932 cent (8%) per annum note of Thirteen H,m,l r ( { two and 61/100 Dollar given by said defendants''."™ Scott Hanna on January '° due on or before 1926, which was ei... w . tiff and which is n'o'vv of the plaintiff, Judgment for the Eighteen and CO/mo'iJoii^.., being the amount advaZ Plaintiff f or continuail n f stract of Title, • . Block 52, /l-ona, p'lowed $3,000 Soldier's "vennptlon for 1932. That Ar'^-'r r .. White be allowed $500 Sold'or's Exemption on Block 210 Call's Add., Algona, for 1932. Ayes: All. Motion by IBIalgeman and seconded iby .Funnemark that following open ditch right-of-way claim is hereby allowed: Dr. 9—Mike Von Bank— 'NE 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 12-D1-30.. .4.1 acres and County Auditor iristructed to refund and abate said taxes as case may be. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to 1 p. m. August 25, 1932. • > BERTHA E. JOIHIN1SON, County Auditor. August 25, 1932. Auditor's 'Office, 1 p. m., August 23, 1932. Board of, -Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present Motion by Funnemark and seconded oy McDonald that Charles Norrls and F. J. Balgeman be appointed as a — — ~ committee to meet with Palo Alto to fill vacancy. Ayes: All. ! County'Board In the matter of estab- )„, HT '", b L S ? :c P?, na1 ; 1 and seconded j llshment on - Secondary Road District by Morris that following soldiers' ex- INo. 235 of Kossuth and No. 163 of emnrinns lin stlTrtt.roj-l TI—I-V . ,A— *__ . •. ._ emptions be allowed. , 1 ' Block 44.07 Ions and taxes be abated In sum of $18.84, that $500 be deducted from 1932 assessment on said prop- That Roy "B-Iythe be allowed $500 -A nn ' f°' a ' era " exemption for 1931 on Lots ^•™ I ln-lG-17-18. part of O. L. 6 as shown by Kohlhaas Hdw., supplies .. ;. IHotsford Lumber Co., supplies 'Fullerton (Lumber Co., supplies 31.00 «3.40, .-- _„., 71.84 : Matt Murtha, supplies 14.00 17.50 25.30 4.SO 35.50 IUO S.CO 17.40 13.20 19.50 Frank 'R!inl)hoff, dragging Mrs. A. -D. 'Butterfieid, drag- . Wm. Bunyard. bounty iHenry Slftrt, bounty KJ . City of Algona, light and wat- Mr. . or s f rvl " Bn ................... A. J. Seller, extiects to Delores Firmoll iussteted her sis- Blng 3.00 ! Wilbert Richmond,' dragging.. 4.75; IF. X. AVllhclml, dragging .. .. 1.75 IDonald Jacobs, draiigng ..... Lin ; Melvln P. Cody, dragging ____ 2.60 : Joe Maynu, draKBins: ........ 4.00 lOdward U-Iagge, dragging ..... S.OO ! Albert Looft, dragging ........ •1.2,5 .Paul Zlelskfc. draifging- ........ 1.2u Arthur R. Zielske, dragging . 12.50 ,W. F. McFarland, dragging .. '. Herman RunUsmeier drag- 03.64' King ........................ .Walter Dutton, dragging .. .. 12.00 2.70 7.20 14.40 13.SO S.40 10.SO 12.00 7.20 S.10 . . , 'Han.-Kos. 2-3G— Chas. A. Anderson, labor ... Han.-Kos. No. 3-4S— Matt Laux, labor ........... 'Farmers Industrial Union, supplies .................... Nels S. Jensen, labor ....... Chas. A, Anderson, labor ... vHum.-Kos. No. 2 — Harold J. Jacobson, labor .. 'George 'Gabrielson, labor .... Hum.-Ivos. No. 5— u <)0 62^25 33.00 1.50 39.20 400 9->o 1900 4.16 271 1.02 7,sa lli.20 19.73 17.54 Norton Machine Works, supplies ai.47 2.50 10.70 JS.On 10.54 13.95 1.55 32. IB 1.80 I a1>a C te $T.^ a " d ™' IrvtnKton station, That W. 'H. .RIcklefs be allowed $500 soldiers' exemption on Lots 3-4--5-G, Block 13. TItonka, for 1932, and County Auditor Instructed to correct the tax- lists and assessor books in accordance herewith. Ayes: All Palo Alto county. Ayes: All. by Funnemark and seconded _ man that following final estimates of Paul & •Donnelly, W. B-.. AA r llliams, and John Schumacher are hereby allowed: •Secondary Road No. 190 for ... $227.67 Secondary -Road No. 198' for .. 131.57 (Secondary Road No. 1!)9 for .. 350.47 Secondary 'Road No. 200 for .. 42.51 Maintenance Project No. 4 for 309.73 Maintenance Project No. 15 for 8" 62 Ayes: All. Motion by iMcDonald and seconded -by Balgeman that Construction Bond of Wlldebrand & Kragh for $2,650.00 is hereby approved. Ayes: AH. | On motion Board adjourned to nine „ ^ nd sec °nded i o'clock a. m. September 6, 1932. pointed ^ = "="P iff * nal 2 be ap ~ BHRTPHA 13. JOMNB6N, pointed as a committee to have re- County Auditor. in the District Court <* r" d f< * K°*>«th county term, A. t). 1932. & 8. Buchanan, Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Clara McCormlck McCormlck, her husbatia, E «enry H , M , To the Above Named and teach of Them: You are hereby notified before the 9th day of « 1932, there will ," cft.of the Clerk of Court of the above tiff tha . I °" J Judgment lopli the pr ( sum («UJ and a i so aso judgment for costs includln torney's fee for plaintiff. ' 'Sans s attoi fort mortg iPlaintlff also a.sk.s Decree foreclosure of a certain given by the defendants. Cormlck and E, L. Mc January 17th, 1 925 , to note above described coverlnc undivided two third sccur east Quarter (SEVi) o£ Thirty-two (32), Township ]%,] four (04) North, Hange Tw seven (27), AVcst ot the Fifth pi and. recorded in the office of't Recorder of Kossuth county lo in Book S3 of Land Mortgage' Page 4C5. ^ 'Plaintiff also asks that the i ment above prayed for be to be a first, prior, ami superior li against said premises and u whatever interest the defendant* 3 any of them, may have in a premises that it bo decreed to ] Junior and inferior to the lien plaintiff's mortgage and (hat Special Execution issue for of the mortgaged premises, andtl said premises, or so much as t, be necessary be sold to satisfy ( judgment with Interest, costs advancements. Plaintiff further asks for the a pointment of a Receiver to take li mediate possession of the mor gaged premises .with authority accruing between the ante of commencement of this action the' expiration of the period ot i demption and to apply the net pjj coeds upon the indebtedness set by plaintiff's mortgage. -For further particulars see '. toin when on file. Now, unless you appear (her and defend on or before noon of jl second day of the next term of.s Court to he held at the Courthi in Alg-ona, Iowa, in said com commencing on the 19th day of S tembor, A. D. 1032, default wil entered against you and judgi rendered thereon in accord with the prayer of said Petition^ SU'LLIA r AN, McMAHOX-j LINNAN 49-50-1-2 Attorneys for Plaint Mail a Want to Fill a Want . making data .. _. .„„ sheets 75.00 Peterson Bros., dragging Bertha E. Johnson, adv. bty.. S.40 , C. E. Kollasch, dragging 18.00 38 30 1650 'Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., ter, Mrs. W. Urunner. In the mill!- j F r-ank°H V ^n;"holmty nery department at jUerkel's store at Mason City la.st week-end. She left for I took li'alls Monday to teach. Hary Uappa is visiting- at Fred Bailey's at Waterloo for two weeks. Helen .Ford, who hun been visiting at Bailey's the last three weeks, expects to return home with her. .Mary and Alaiw-u-ft Dullard, of AVest Union, visilfl .Mr.s. .John 13rue the latK'r part of the wwk. The Dull.-ircls li.-ul bfi-n at Itm-lt C'uuiiliK here, 1 . C. J. I'ulk-n, of Milwaukee, Wls., | Enno Eden, drugging 55.05 Lawrence Doege, dragging 4.GO IFred iBnitterfield, dragging ,1-1. M. Smith, engineer 271.00. Leslie Mino, dragging' com. and \V. K. McDonald, session Chas. Morris, com. and session F. J. 'Uulgeman, com. and session If. J. Heiken, com. and session Olaf Funnemark, com. and .session Erma Stehle, labor Mur^- K. Sands, labor Mrs. 'F. A. Corey, labor il.ieorge Alke, bounty . Irvln 'Pannkuk, bounty llapids ; 'Niuit.ii-. Tit-dens, bounty illaynard AVU-gand, bounty ... Burroughs Adding Machine Co., sup. visited list week nt the pttrontul J. ' Advaiu-c- Pub. Co., supplies J. Culli'ii'H. Mr. and Mr.s. Maurice Cullen, uC Oelwfiu, also visited the C'ullens. Tlio I'ete Foxsen.i went to Roch- Fidlar »& Ch'umbers (.'o., supplies Pratt Electric Co., rent of fan H. A. Phlilips, sup Bros. Co., sup. ... , , ,. , , Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup- este)', Vinia., to spund the week-end i ,,]| es with Irene, who waa to leave for | Koch Brothers, supplies to take up a higher J. A. McDonald, del. tax col- Bait imorc' COUi'dl'. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Foster, dragging ... . 214.39 i.AlvIn Anderson, dragging . 205.91iH. J. Arndorfer, dragging . i'K. B. Kesler, dragging ... . 234.57 JE. R. Intermill, dragging .. 237.93 j J. B. Scholtes, draggins •• • I.Frank Dlers, dragging ... . 2_'3.99 ! Lcander A r aske, dragging .. 22.80 • Albert Kressin, dragging .. 7S.OD Louis Scott, dragging .. .. S.7ii M. J. Koestler, dragging .. .91) (Peter 'N. Thjlges, dragging . .50, AVm. Hardcopfs, dragging . 1.40, Frank t'lapsaddle, dragging .40 C. K. Kohlhaas, dragging . Frank Dogotch, dragging . 2?.S5 Joe Platt, dragging 17.'Jj j Theo Faber, dragging I Floyd Ash, labor ... 17.51 ifjuy Ash, labor .75^. L. Krantz, dragging ... 2.00 .'Alien Lamoreux, labor ... , 1.85'Julian J. Arndorfer, labor . i C. S. Johnson,' assign 17.53 . Eugene Myers, labor . . George Gabrielsoa, labor ____ 5.99 .Harold J. Jaco'bson, labor ... 9.43 Hum.-Kos. Jt. No. S— ,, A ; £• Michel, engineer ..... 1S.OO/ ! A-lv Jt. No. 1— John Leininger, labor ........ (14.40 Otto Kenne, labor .......... G4.40 A- E ' Michel, engineer ...... 14.00 Dr. AV-Uvos. 35-S9- M50I Hllbert Severiens, labor ..... 5 82 j JOQ ! Win.JKossuth No. C8-I3G— Geo' C - H - Hansen, 'abor ........ 4171 uuu Dr. 93-131-100- Clarence Nielsen, repair work ....................... 19.17 Wilson Concrete Co., supplies iS2 PO'OiR 4.SO 3.00 2.50 14.40 Murtagh Bros. Agents, rent Ray Mason, clmd. $15.cO .not allowed L. M. Owen, rent C. K. Johnson: clmd. $10.00 not allowed SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 1 Fred Tiede, rent, Mrs. Geo. Scribner AVm. Schultz, rent Mrs. AVm'. 10.80 50.40 14.40 22.65 7.SO !».90 11.40 12.101 iHedrick Jr. ...... S0.no i Otto Nouman, prov. (iifl Joe iFrnser ...... 2G.10 1 Roy Ollom 12.00 . oy om ... ........ 1 5.40 Lichly &. Ross, prov. Mrs. 20,00 10.00 •JO.OO Zentlau, 4 mos Tiede & Schneider, prov. Mrs Geo. Scribner A. AV. Jurgens, prov. Fred Schneider Mrs. AV. H. Ellis, prov. Geo'. Scriljne.r 6.00 -17.70 12.00 "l'50 1S.CO I AVhittemore Farmers' Cry'.' Co.', SG.OO I prov. Chas. 'Guilder; clmd. Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamp., Ca.h, or Check MUST Accompany Order 3.S8 S. M. Jordan, labor 15.00 | $14.78; allowed' . , Kd CoMgriff, Alice, lector (.-lark Orton, office .-j Hovey, sheriff and M:iry, of Clart-iici', visited at , Dick Paul, hauling gravel — Harve l>aik-y's last week. Mrs. Cos- j H . sio1ne)St ' huIU ' wee<1 eommis a cousin of Mrs. Dailey. griff Mr.s. Alike Gentler, son AVilllam, • daughters CVceliu and Krnia, drove to Prairy- <lu Chic-n. Wls., last week to visit ri-liitive.s and friends. rvter Sovij, coect.pol tax A. Dstnson, ins. jiolicy ..... rd * MoCullouKh. rent for BancroftRegistei, pub. proc.. etc The Oliver Lentz family, of Galva, Advance Pub. Co., pub. proc.. in.. ,*- ,, Sunday. Mrs. Galva and j ileoran . E1 * C . Mc * 1 ... C °': iAVIlllain A. Muc-key, labor 20-1.53 iHerbert Arndorfer, labor '.. 23.9S Aug. iP. Studer, labor 102.40 : Klmer Gerdis, labor 27.SB' Tod Oi-rdlH. labor jOle Gerdis, laltor 52.91 Otto Kenne, labor 9.23 ! R. J. Stewart, labor : 18.40 GuKtaf Berninghaus, labor Wm. MOMahon, labor 7.25 Howard E. Strayer, labor AV. A. AVhite Grocery, assign. 70.97 ~ 115.10 f.1.00 B. F. Burtis, rent Emil Zltt- 19.00 lau 11.00 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care G.50 Bessie Matoon 2100! AVm. Ru Hedge, prov. Bert San- children remained \Vrn. i' ^"h's St. at her 72.90 24.00 8.95 3.SO 39.00 5.0S 33.00 'Frank Harvey, labor 23.50 Kennedy Brothers Co., assign. - " ™ Leo Delperdang, labor 75.00 29.S9 father, Ifiglc-y f'hemlcai Co.. supplies'. 'Ntlson Hardware, suiiplles ... 9.35 Kennedy Bros. Co.,.assign. ... 60.00 11.30 Arnold Kennedy, labor 22.29 son Junior, of M week to visit lehner and .U.L-. came this brother, Frank Mrs Le*ney and Wilnia and N'orma, <»** City, were week-end COimT FUND 'Clark Orton, clerk of court L. A. AVinkel, J. P. fees .. L. E. Hovey, sheriff F. W. Green, marshal fees iG. D. Shumway. attorney .. Robert Swift, witness t«* ; .v.,v Court Swift, witness fee '••"•' .76 99.00 7,00 45.75 5.88 152.73 4.00 •C. E. Kollasch, labor Spear & 'McVay, iabor 2.GO 107.00 John Larson, laboV ........... 276.50 , Alfred (Dltsworth, grading- 127.65 Ralph J. Campbell, gravel pit 200.00 W. G. Smith, checking gravel. 1S1.73 H. U. Hansen, checking gravel 27.13 S. V. Carter, labor ...... ..... 4.96 Thos. Akre, supplies ... ....... 1-W key Xurnach's Sanitary "'" Market', prov. Ernest Saager » R. L. Corbin, med, aid Chas. Dennis girl SCO Bessie Mattoon 25.00 Fred Smith 900 W. A. AVhite, prov. Mrs. Godlep Schaffer 'C. S. Johnson, Cook 8UPEIR/VISOR 'DIST." NO. Agt. C. M. St. P. & P. U'y Co., trans. Chaa L, Post ... J. L Bonar. rent James Patterson ... 12.00 J. T. 'Bohannon, rent SHenau family 10.00 P. S. Norton & Son, fuel i.OP prov, Henry 12.00 30.00 SO. 30 7.20 4.34 11.52 20.00 30.0ft 9.02 40.00 42.00 5.00 6.00 CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN S Your Name.. ________ AJJ . ' ^ _ ------------------ Address...: ____ , ..... ,_ ..... ^__ ......... g How many \veeks is advertisement to run? •«".-— ...... _ •M. C. 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