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Algona, Iowa
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MRS.SmiTIUERS HEADOFDOAN WOMAN'S n» AlgonaUppw Bt»Moln««, jUgtmo, town, March 10,1942 500 League Members Will Help Put Over the Flying Program for Kossuth 't>oan: The Doan Woman's club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Wm. Cosgr6v& Blection of officers was held and the following were the results: Mrs. Dale Struthers, president; Mrs. Ross Bufflngton, vide president; Mrs; Gordon Hansen, BeeYetaifcr, and; (Mrrf. Albert, Martlnek, treasurer. Officers for the past year have been- Mr8. Percy Brink,, president; Mrs. Ted Hoover, vice president; Mrs. Harvey Johnson, secretary, and Mrs. Dale Struthers, treasurer. The lesson, ^'Paraguay's .Courtship and Wedding Customs," was given by Mrs, Dale Struthers. "The Stories of Famous Songs" was glvan by (Mrs, Ted Hoover. The^hostess" surprise was a short quiz contest in which Mrs. Tom Young received high prize and Mrs. Anna Chrlstensen low. All but two members were present. COSGBOVES HEAR FROM TWO SONS IN SERVICE Mr.-and Mrs. Wm. Cosgrove received word Friday from their son, Donald, of the U. S, Coast Guard, who is now stationed at Kodtak, Aaska. He recently broke his right* ankle, and is In the hospital there with a; cast on his foot. They also received brief word from Andrew, a sailor, who said he was well and would send a letter at the first opportunity. He/did not reveal his destination, and said he hadn't been receiving any mall. MRS, HAUENSTEIN AND CHILDREN TO MOVE WEST Mrs. Cliff Hauensteln and two , children, Darlene and Wayne, are *. staying with Mrs. Hauenstein's m6ther, Mrs. Pete Hansen, until Mr. Hauensteln finds work in the shipyards a tLog Angeles, Calif. If Mr. Hauensteln finds It necessary to attend a training school first, the family will remain' here for at least six to eight weeks. If not, they will stay about a month. The Hauenstelns, former Algona residents., have been living in Des Moines. "KEEP COUNTY NSERVATION LEAGUE T.ono-,,o to the framed material you might have now hanging in your office or place of/business. Price of the lithograph will be lOc, minimum, but many will buy and give much more because of the cause for which the proceeds will be used:, x 'The Many sales are .=_ , , , • -h's reason. ' The rariginal of the Hthgraph was drawn by a local man, H. L. Gilmore, also secretary of the Algona chapter. The picture ties In with the activities of the league, reminding to "Keep 'Em Flying" in all-out war against the Axis. You are urged to buyi Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers visited Thursday at the Dean Andrews home, Burt. Mr. and MrS. Joe Goetz spent Sunday evening at the Wm. Mar- tlnek hjpme. Mrs. Guy Carlson spent Thursday visiting her mother, Mrs. Guy Giddings, at Burt. Miss Cora Hansen has been 111 and under, medical care for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle, Algona, visited Wednesday at the A. J. Martinek home. . . (The Tom EllefsonS, were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Seng- bush home, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Uhlenhake Wesley, spent Tuesday evening a the Wm. Martinek home. • Alyce, Mae Johnson, St. Bene diet, spent several days last weel at the Wm. Oosgrove home. Mr. and Mrs, A, J. Martlnek spent the home of Mrs. Ruth Sparks at Swea City. |Mr. and Mrs; Wm. Martinek were Monday evening and supper gu«sts at the Amos Angle home in Algona. •Ross Bufflngtons assisted the Orville Bufflngton falhlly last Week when the latter moved from Crystal to a farm near there. Mrs. Rudy Larsen, Mrs. Petra Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larsen were Sunday dinner guests at the Franz Teeter home, near Burt. 'Arthur Buffington, son of Mr. and COUGHS WC OLDS aie EXCLUSIVE AGENTS PRODUCTS Lusby & Giossi Algxuw, Iowa Mrs. Ross Buffington, held a meet- Ing of the Buffalo township 4-H boys' club at his home on Monday evening. Mrs. Fred Girres and the George Seaberg family have been on the sick list the last two weeks. MM. Girres was down with bronchitis and the Seabergs had the flu. The Dean Andrews family, Mrs. Ted Hoover, Mrs. Bosa Andrews, Mrs. Sadie Struthers and Mrs. Gordon Hansen visited Mrs. Van Hansen Friday. The Hansens recently moved here from Mllford. iBee Lynne Felter, 11 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Brethorst, is spending two weeks at the Brethorst h-ome while her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Felter, Algona, move to a farm near St. Joe. Mrs. Harley Carkhuff and baby son of Marshalltown, came Saturday evening to visit her' mother, Mrs. Pete Hansen, until Monday. Mrs. Pete Hansen has ben ill wiih laryngitis for the past week, and is unable to speak out loud. •The Doan Patriotic card club met Wednesday evening at the Wm. Cosgrove home. Prizes (defense stamps) were awarded to Mrs. Wm. Martinek and Bryan Asa for high, Mrs. Harvey Johnson and O. E. Hott, low, and Mrs. O. E. Hott travel. TITONKA FOLKS SURPRISE THE H. B. MEYERS Tltonka: Tuesday evening a group of relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. B. 'H. Meyers by a party in honor of their 43rd wedding anniversary Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwick and family, Mr. and Mrs. _Dlck B. Meyer and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Sen us Isebrand and Delorls. Mr. and Mrs. John S., Rippentrop, Mrs. Marie Sathoff, Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Marjorie, Wesley Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Meyer and family of Buffalo Canter. The evening was spent playing cards With prizes being awarded to Mrs. B€n H. Meyer! high for the ladles, Ben U. Meyer, high for men- Harm Kettwick, travel, and Mrs. Ben U. Meyers, low. The honorees were presented with a gift, and a lunch, brought by the guests, was served. Dick B. Meyer and Norris Keil transacted business in Fort Dodge Friday. Mrs. Guy'Bruns has been substitute teaching for Nellie Nelscn, who is confined to her .home by illness. Mrs. Wm. Larson and son, Rex of Woden, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton visited at the C. B. Egesdal home Friday. Lotts Creek News RW.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long disance hauling. Every D load insured against loss or ' damage. Equipped to do all ! kinds of draying and Hauling. ; """""""^^^ \ FRESH START STOP AT A HOTEL Ola Mae Miller has accepted a position In the office of the Welp ^Hatchery at Bancroft. She began work' Monday. ' . Alice Budlong is spending tho week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Budlong. Alice attends college in Cedar Falls. Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and children and Mrs. Guy Barton spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Sleper in honor of her b'lrthday. / The last follow-up meeting in the woman's home project work was held at the home of Mrs. Dick B. Meyer with 14 ladies in attendance. Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs accompanied 1 by Mrs. John Tjarks, spent Friday afternoon visiting with Mrs. Gra"ce Br-uer and Hannah Heetland at Lakota. v 'Rex Larson, Buffalo Center, spent last Monday with his cousins, Carol, Roberta and Carmen Egesdal, while his parents were moving to their new home east of Woden. Mrs. Al'Young, Keith and Kathleen, Mrs. John Stott, Newton Taylor and Mrs. Oliver Young of Wesley were in Mason City Wednesday. Keith had his eyes tested for glasses. (Mrs. Herbert Potratz and sons Edward and Richard, spent Friday at the Arthur Heidenwith home Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch and family spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stahlbuck, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Mrs. John SchaUin and Mrs. Minni» Mittag spent Friday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Martin Dreyer of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl returned Wednesday from Marion, S. D. Mrs. Fred Bierstedt of Whittemore returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker have begun to build a tenant house on the farm and Mp. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker will be their tenants for this year. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and .family, the Wimer Wich- tcndahls and Herbert Potratz attended the farm sale of Mr. and Mrs. John Geitzenauer of Armstrong.. Mr* and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and family also attended. The Ladles' Aid had a quilting party at the home of Grandma Mittag Thursday afternoon and evening and those attending were the Mesdames Otto Ruhnke, Carl Zumach, Frank Pompe, Albert Kressin, H. F. Mittag, John Schallin, A. A. Kading, Elmer Pijahn, Herman Reisnef, Ed . Kressin,, John Kohlwes and Herbert Potratz. / Two More bays Two more days of Bargains Friday, March IStfi and Saturday, March l«h at Neville's in the old Afere store'Wm. We still have more goods than we can pack in our new location up street. Shoes; hosiery, men's underwear, boys; sweaters, neckties, oi» top owtf, t\yo davenports an4 Pther articles, A» at 'bargain prices'. 4 shipment of men's york shoes just came. "No room for them up street «o tb,e^ $re unloaded at the Ajjre building. YOU can have tJ*e\regular $2.75 W0rk sn«#s fo; fj.36, §04 $ -" cut f _ '» Ww tyi your time *» buy wwlf shoes. We have mafly WM} you sure can use «iero at these X \ Jimmie Nevilji Henry and Betty Ann DeWall, children of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. DeWall, have' been on the .sick list the past /two we£ks., Henry is entertaining the measles, apd Betty,, Ann has the flu. ' (Mrs. Roy Budlong was hostess at the meeting of the Thursday bridge club. High prize went' to A. M. Petersen, low to Mrs, Oscar Blanchard. Guests were Mrs. Blanchard, Mrs. Jay Budlong and Mary Oseterreicher. Mrs. Mary Michaelson • and her daughters, Mrs. Herb Nelson, Mrs. Jtm McColey and Neil Michealson, left Tuesday morning for California, to visit Donald Michaelson, who is stationed at Camp Roberts. They plan to be gone about two weeks. . - •• Mr. and Mrs. Joe H, Tapper and son, Johann, left Friday morning for Oskaloos^a to visit with their son, John and wife over the week srid and then they plan to drive to Savanah, Mo., where thefr daughter, Mrs. Norri^ Rouseau and '!y reside. • The phase of the lesson was chiefly a discussion ori what we ar? facing today in a world at war. WHITTEMORE BOY TO ARMY;HOLD FAREWai PARTY Whitemore: A large crowd gathered, at the home of Mr. and Mrs- Simon Weber, Thursday evening at a farewell party in honor of the.'r SOT, Roland, who left for Des Moines Sunday to be 'inducted into the army. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weber of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sikora and family of Cylinder, Raul Weber of Burt, Mrs. J. B Wagner and son, Michael, and daughter, Agnes of Ottosen, Bernice, Joan, and Merlin Mertz of West Bend, Donna Mahoney, Rosella Voigt, Evelyn and Verona Klatt and Edna Elmers of Algiona Mr and Mrs, Peter Weydert, Mr.' and Mrs. Marvin Weydert, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag, Mr. and Mrs. Willam Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Mathahs, Mr. and Mrs. John Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. John Orlger Fred MoWherter, Clarence Wlltgen Luella Friable and Elenora, all of Whittemore. Five hundred was played at nine tables, Henry Haag and-Edna Elmers winning high, Marvin Weydert, and Mrs. Joseph Sikora. low. Mrs. Henry Haag received the door prize. CORWI1V WOMEN WILL TRAIN FOR HOME NURSING lOorwith: Plans are being made to start classes for giving the women' of Corwith a training course In home nursing. There Will te two classes, one to be held In the afternoon and ione in the evening. The classes will be held at the Corwith school building. Two classes will also be held for the girls In high school. Mr.s. Clarence Galloway Is the chairman and Mrs. Joe Grandjennet and Mrs. Harry Foley, both registered nurses, will be in cfiarge of the classes. It is planned to start tho courses within the next two weeks. iMrs. Mary Duckett visited last week with her sons, Glenn and Dale at Chicago. Mrs. Dick Studer, who has been ill the past week, Is able to be up and around the house. Mrs. C. C. Johnson was hostess to the Woman's club meeting at her home. Tuesday afternoon. Margaret Masterson spent the week end at the home of her parents, the Robert Mastersons. 'Ralph Hirschbergen left Saturday morning for Des Moines where he will be Inducted into army service. Mrs. Clarence Gallcway entertained the members of her bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Donald Widen left 'Tuesday with the group from Algona for Des Moines where he was inducted in the army. Alfred Halligan, student at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Dan Halligan. The Saunders family moved on March 1 from Estherville to the farm west of Corwith vacated by the Herman Studer family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles -Daws-cm have received a letter from their grandson, Burdette Ball, who is with General MacArthur's troops in the Philippines. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spanglor and daughter, Judy, spent the day Thursday visiting Mrs. Waif Waltman, a patient at the Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kramer have moved to a farm they have rented near Britt. Mr. Kramer has been employed at the Geo. Krause farm for the past two years. Sunday evening visitors at the George Krause home were „«, Verne Zeigler family, Mr. and MM. Lester Krause and Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe and children. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson were Friday visitors at the E. Peterson home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Kath- erlne Penterman, who had been visiting friends In Rockwell City and Fort Dodge, returned home with the Johnsons. measle epidemic, which has been sweeping through the schools, is no respecter of age. Our congenial school bus driver, Harvey Punke, has been confined to his home the past ten days, a victim of the disease. The Wayne Streetor family, who have lived the past year at tho John O. Mullins farm, have moved to the Samuel Hirschbergen farm and will work for Mr. Hirschbergen. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Trask have moved to the house vacated by the Streetors. The Martha circle of the W. S. C. S. met at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mr.s. Charles Riggle, Mrs. Hamid Fatka and Mr.s. Russel Riggla, hostes— es. The Esther circle met with Mrs. R. L. Hauswlrth and the Friendship circle with Mrs. B. A. Ross. Portland Twp. .The Four Conrer club met on Tuesday afternoon, March 3rd will Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. Twelve severa It was moved by Welken and seconded by Cosgr ve that the assessments on said afore-mentioned Secondary Road (Districts be approved and confirmed and that the County Auditor be and la hereby directed to certify said assessments to County Treasurer for collection. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Qulnn that Kossuth County em- play two men, appointed by the airplane owners, to act as guards at the Squeeze Air Field, 3 miles South of Algona, said guards shall be on guard continuously on two 12-hour shifts and pay shall be J2.60 per man per day. Ayee: All. Motion by Heiken and Seconded by Qulnn that Mrs. Fred Park be employed as matron .it the County Home m?» m M A*?£ lst - 1942> to March 1st, 1943, and that salary be set at $10000 per month and that the salary of Roy Larson and wife be set at $8000 per month and the salan of Ben (Bakken Acs- All' 36 Met a On motion Board adjourned to Feb-nary 20, 19(2, at 9 o'clock a. m. J. H. FRAiSER, Chairman. E. S. KiJNSEY, _ County Auditor. Fulton Iron Wks., mdfle< ?0,04 Pet. Prod. ds., oil 2S8J4 Diesel Service, oil m,1f: C M. St. P. & Pfl. Kir.,' frt. .. 7M,ii Globe Mach, & Sup. Co., ftldse 107.93 Midwest Piping & Sup. mtlse. 88.89 Homan Crams Corp., mdse 8$3.H Norton Mach. Wks., repairs 76.14 West. Elec. Sup., mdse. .... 386.00 Northland Elec. Sup., mdse. 132.20 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 1.80 Mall. Iron Range Co., mdse. 9.G9 Lew Brown Co., mdse. ...... 19.34 A. B. Chance Co., mdse .4.40 Snap-On Tools Corp., mdse. 25.70 Algona Ldry., service 11.30 Funk & Delm, labor and re- ipairs month - Council Minutes members children. attended, also 'Lavant Moore and Lewis Larsen were hosts at a skating party Friday evening, March 6th, in honor of Maurice Graham, who will soon leave for army training. , Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott were host and hostess at a seven o'clock dinner Saturday. Guests were the Mesrs. and Mesdames Sidney John, Jess Dugan, Erwin Schwietert and Ted Ringsdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary held six-table card party at their home Thursday evening. Those winning high score were Mrs. Albert Baas and Ted Ringsdorf, low to Mrs. Edw. Wolf and Avery Fitch. A chair prize was awarded to Ralph Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Larsen entertained at a seven o'clock dinner on Tuesday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Zwiefel, and son, Orlo, Mr.'and Mrs Earl Zwiefel and their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsb: rough and two children-, all of Tib;nka, also Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Larsen. BOARD PROCEEEDINGS Such topics as rationing of food, '.he agricultural labor shortage, the importance *f health in this criti* cal period, and recreation, were touched upon. ' • (Mr. and Mrs. pen U. Meyer enter, famed a number of friends Thurs^ day evening. Five hundred was played' and Mr- and Mrs. Henry E^adamaker received high for thfi adies and men, Mrs, Semis Ise- >rand received low. A delicious ungh was served by the hostess a lat« Roland received many gifts and also received a purse for which he wishes to thank everyone who were present. STRIET FAMILY GIVEN PARTY BY NEIGHBORS . Mr. and Mrs. George Strict and family were six o'clock 'dinner guests at the Henry F. Schultz home last week Tuesday evening. Laiter in the evening a group of neighbors gathered at the Schultz home for a farewell surprise party in honor of the Striets. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Simon vKisch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Qstwald, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Knecht, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, •Mr. and Mrs. August Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. C, A- Derner, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, Mrs. Peter Fandel, Mr, and Mrs. Carl EJbert Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. Aton Rochleau and Ernest Neuman. The evening was spent playing cards, Simon Kisch winning tho high prize and Mrsj George Strict, receiving the traveLprize. A oeneious lunch was served following the car4 games. The neigh, bors presented M r . ana Mrs. Strict with a beautiful chair, Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa, February 17, 1942. 9:00 O'clock a. m. Supervisors Fraser. Coggrove, Me, Donald, Qulnn, and Kellcen, Highway Engineer Smith, and County Audlto B. S. Klnsey met with the following- named representatives from the varl ous Townships for tho purpose of th 1942 County Road program: Township Name Eagle—T. L. Thorson. Grant—Ely Anderson. Springfield—Guy B. .Risk. Hebron—H. O. parson. Swea—A. Emanuel Anderson. ' Harrison, David S. Anderson. Ledyard—Edw. Looft. Lincoln—Paul Hertshe. Seneca—L. C. Cast. Greenwood—'Frank Coyne. Ramsey—A. E. Lappe. •German—John Cordes. Fenton—P. M. Christenson. ' Hurt—K. G. Ewoldt. Portland—Will Rlnsedorf. Buffalo—Clarence Schutjer. Lotts Creek—L. Hackbarth. Union—John P. Byson. * . Plum Creek—iHenry 'Bailey. Wesley—H. J. Sherman. Whittemore—H. .F. Schultz, Cresco—Harry Sabln. Irvington—E. R. (Mawdsley. Prairie—John Arndorfer, Garfleld—R. B. Berninghaus. Klverdale—John Frlderes. Sherman—Henry J. 'Kohlhaas. Lu Verne—E. B. Thomas. Meeting called to order and proceeded to organize by electing a Chairman and Secretary- Motion by Bailey and seconded by Ewoldt that W. E. McDonald act as) Chairman of the road meeting. Ayea: All. Motion by RlngsdorC and seconded by Schultz that E. S. Klnsey act as Secretary of the road meeting. Ayes: AH. After all Improvemnts were agreed upon as set down by Engineer Smith a motion was made by Chrlstensen and seconded by Sabln and carried that the 1942 Kossuth Road Program be approved as read by the Secretary, Ayes: All. Motion by Byson and seconded by Frlederes that the 194', Road Program meeting be adjourned. Ayes: All. W. E. MCDONALD. Chairman. E. S KINSEY. Secretary. .V Auditor's Office, Alg-ona, Iowa, February 24. 1942. 2:00 O'clock P. M. . Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with the following members present: Fraser, Heiken. McDonald, Cosgrove, and Quinn for the purpose ot a hearing on gravel assessments. After hearing from all present for and against the assessments on the following Secondary 'Road Districts in Kossuth County, Iowa, to-wit. districts No. 556, ^ No. 548, 'No. £05, No. 564, No. oOoi No No. 334, No. 554. ; Algona, Iowa, Feb. 26—The City Council met at the City Hall in regular session with Mayor Specht in chair. The councilmen present were Hawcott. Harris, Kohlhaas, Overmyer, Bohannon and Huenhold. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Motion carried to renew automobile policy with Employers' Mutual Casualty Company. A motion was carried that the mayor and city clerk be authorized to sign a contract with Leo Lichter for the moving of engines to the new power plant. The following resolution was read to the council: Whereas, on the 25th day of Peb 1942, Mayor C. F. Specht of the City of Algona, Iowa, appointed 26 resident citizens of the City of Algona, Iowa, as Special Police or Vigilantes to work with the police officers of the city of Algona, as a part of the National Program of Civilian Defense during the existence of the War Emergency and which Hst is submitted herewith, and whereas, the mayor has sub- mited said list and has asked the City Council to approve of said action and said appointment, now therefore, be It resolved by the city counrll nf fho rnt-*r- n.* AI _ ••-•-- » 62,73 C, S. Johnson, mdse 11.97 Harris Bros., gas 10.80 Dutch's Super Serv., mdse. .. 37.42 Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse. .. 31.08 H. W. Post, freight 8.93 Ry. Etfp. Agcy., express 2.01 C. U. Pollard, expense 37.29 Cresco Union Elec. Co., signs 3.38 N. W. Bell Tele Co., serv. .. 17.69 A. H. Borchardt, mdse 7.49 W. W. Sullivan, postage 2.19 WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary 71.80 Frank Ostrum, salary 55.25 Joe Dunn, salary 20.00 R. S. Barton, salary 7.80 C. U. Pollard, salary 30.00 Ira Kohl, salary 15.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 60.00 Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. .. 31,68 Culligan Zeolite -Co., mdse. 10.62 Funk & Deim, mdse 74 Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse. and labor 333 Harris Bros., gas 721 Theo. B. Robertson Prod,, mdse -. 4010 Great. West. Labs., mdse 9.30 Light Dept., mdse 32.78 Cowan Bldg. Sup., mdse 2.68 2.10 11 65 GENERAL FUND'"" , A. R. Moulds, salary ; 67.50 Cecil McGinnis, salary 60.00 Tim O'Brien, salary 60.00 ' Laing & Muckey, mdse. .... Matt Parrott & Sons Co., council of the City of Algona Iowa, that the action of the mayor including his appointment of said 26 men named by him be and the same is now ratified, confirmed and approved by the coun- J. W. Neville, rent 10.42 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., serv. .. 3.73 W. S. Darley Co., mdse 7.42 Wm C. Dau Garage, repairs 28.18 Jesse 'Lashbrook, salary .... 72.60 Elliott Skilling, salary 56.17 John Helmers, salary ' 31.86 Oliver Bakken, salary 37,17 Chas. Harvey, salary 31.88 Herman Lyons, salary 28.32 Chrischilles Store mdse 649 Norton Mach. Wks., repairs 15.83 Funk_& Deim, repairs - 491, No. 500-A 490. No. 534, No.' No. %0. A 36-A, No. 551, No No. ?7' No. 669, No. 558, 432, No 504, No. 5S3, No - . No. 526, No No. 546, No. 541, ' . 505, No No 55'' 562, No. and No. , and 'No. 550. And there being no objections writ ten or verbal that would warrant the change of any of the assssments on ny of the above mentioned projects ell. Moved by Councilman- Kohlhaas and seconded by Councilman Huen- old that the resolution be adopted as read. The vote thereon was as follows: Ayes—Huenhold, Bohannon, Hawcott, Harris, Kohlhaas and Overmyei*. Nay—none. Whereupon the mayor declared the motion carried and the resolution duly dopted. Appropriating Ordinance No. 567 was passed. Appropriating Ordinance No. 567 ELECTRIC FUND L. M. Bellock, salary $72.50 F. C. Dalley, salary 73.75 Tom Halpin, salary 70.00 Walter Gorman, salary 70.60 C. C. Wright, salary 65.00 Earl Bowman, salary 60.00 Wm. O, <Ludwig, labor 4975 Alvis Hill, labor .; so.OO R. S. Barton, salary 57.20 H. E. Stephenson, salary .. 67.50 Chester Webb, salary 6000 Frank Ostrum, salary 12,25 Joe Dunn, salary ; 40.00 H. S- Roth, salary 72. - 50 3. U. Pollard, salary 90.00 [ra Kohl, salary 40.00 Adah Carlson, salary 75'.oo — 4 33 Kos. Co. Imp. CoT repair .. 22!l6 Kent .Motor Co., repairs 21.78 Hoenk Motor Serv., gas 217 Cities Serv., gas 953 OlemetaitS'' Superi Service, kerosene Cont. Oil Co., gas 4 41 ..... ........ 8.68 Dutch's Super Serv., mdse. .. 7.61 Harris Bros., gas, .................... 22.40 Chas. Heard, repairs ........... 19 10 Matt Parrott, mdse. ....... ..... 21100 George Dettman, salary ..... ... 19.75 Oopp &Copp, adv. .................... .50 Advj Pub. Co., services .... 14.95 Algona U. D. M., services .... 14.95 Mrs. A. M. Collinson, salary 20.00 Dr. Sawyer, rent .................. .-. 25.00 SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary ..... ....... 17.50 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Agona Fire Co., service ... ..... 96.00 Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse ...... 41 Norton Mach. Wks., mdse. .. .60 Eureka Fire Hose Co., mdse. 110.25 Algona Ins. Agency ins ...... U 70 DEPOSIT FUND Elmer Holtcamp et al, refund 85.00 SNOW REMOVAL FUND Elliott Skilling, salary ............ 16 33 Chas. Harvey, salary ............ 10.64 John Helmers, salary ........... 10.64 Oliver Bakken, salary ............ 5.33 Hermon Lyons, salary ...„. . 10.61 Fred Gronbach, labor ............ 7.70 Riner Helmers, labor 770 Kermlt Burtis, labor ............ 7.70 George Gunder, labor ............ 9,24 Adjourned 2-28-42. ADAH CARLSON, City ClerkV Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa, Feb. 17, 1«2. . 1:30 O'clock p. m. / (Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Hoi'wn and seconded by McDonald that Kosauth County accept from T. E. Wlckwlr as a compromised settlement In full, the sum of $47.79 for personal taxes for the years of 1931. 1933, 1935, and 1936, 1938, 1939, and 1940. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Quinn that Kossuth county accept from J. A. Schneider as a compromised settlement In full, the sum of £0.00 for personal taxes for the years of 1932, 1935. and 1940. Ayes: All. Wall Paper ^ Room Lot Sale I Room Lot Sale SMALL ROOM 4 Walls 2 Ceilings 16-yard border $1.29 AVERAGE ROOM 5 Walls 8 Ceilings 20-yard border $1.35,01.49 •LIMITED QUANTITY- WALLPAPER PASTE Pound IOC for a lovely The place to buy your Wallpaper is at K. D. James On a es: nd Mrs. Joseph McTjgue of Emmetsburg was a visitor here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. CuHen, Tuesday. f* f f WiMam B»uwan, son of Mr. ana Mrs- Stephen Bauman. has accepted . a posttjbn with the R. I?. A. plait a ocajtonta* last week. ^T Mr- WH} %fr$. Simon Weber hay other son, in the «rmy, Corpor Motion by McDonald and sounded by Quinn that a refund in the amount of J6.WJ (or old age pension tax paid twice for the years of 1935, 1936, once In Story county and once In Kossuth county, receipts on file. Ayea: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Quhm that the Contractor's Bond of W. B. Linnan In the amount of $500.00 covering drainage repair work be approved. Ayes: AH. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Heiken that an abatement of $3,000.00 on Moneys and Credtls of Carrie I.' Parent in Algona Jncorp,, be approved, reason exemption was not claimed. Ayes: All. Motion by CoagrOTe and seconded by Qulnn that a refund'in the amount of |U.60 be made to Raymond Neu_ roth for unused value of Cigaret Per* rait {Mued for ftolrle Township. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Cosgrove that the petition asking for improvements on roate in (Rum r —- 1 - and Unipn Townships TSs ' i> -.7 MJ 0 *- .^y* 8 " AU. * A Motion by MdDonald and seconded by lfeHfen»that « ref««4 to iSS "nouRt ot *2XQO be made to, Fra»Jt ifeg* .«» _wronwu» Msewment of t3H».W oa- moneys BulMin? and J*an saviour Ayes: ijotlpn by Hejken and seconded MdDonaJd that the appointment J. Holoomb as Township to flU T yi eO. Ayes: Ail io We bought over 75 per cent of our little money 8t . ° re any price advance. Our J prices are not any higher* Prices start at, single roll _ _ r _ I M, P £ R I A L WALLPAPERS Choose pur beautiful Color- l-9(kt4 Imperial ,., guaranteed, washable and fast to light. ,Costs lets than you'd guessl Sec our brand-new patterns, in- eluding Ensembles, inter-har- monijfp} for adjoining rooms. Wide selection, single roll at? from 9 1 / 2 ( to roll -„„„ Waterfa«t and Sunfatt P^m£ Jqw ait . ( v * •ingle roll .,„,,,,,..,,, *'i in icy be ftpproy- ,*?J$&»H8? wwl l tbftt the «>« John Jtfink « wseisor OVER 250 PATTERN3 *1 PBOM t AK'TORbUt:!] n4m.«nkM>v «_ ^«.__,___!_ ^ »W*V:5*S

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