The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1942 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 24, 1942
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ARMSTRONG-BURT QUINTS AWARDED TROPHIES AT BURT - Burt: Last Tuesday evening all the, basketball teams of the State iUne Conference, Including Arm* stwng, f Swea City, tthamson,. Ledyard and Hurt, met in the Burt gynuiaslum for a get-t6gether and Banquet, which was served by the Band Mothers' club. Between^ourses the following en" Pas mm. AteMUl I6HKL ° 1 rt£l?2 < L MM< Ltoyd phiiHpg. OefAlcJ Braae returned Thursday from .Rochester, Minn., where he I»M had An operation performed '.on his neck a few days before. t Mr. And.Jfri. Karl Anderson &(> tended the meeting of section 6 buttefftiakers at the Paul Engen home at Wesley Thursday evening. tertainment w"as Armstrong; boj , City; bass solo, Burt, and baritone solo Swea City, Mr. Moore, Gold- fleld, gave a talk on basketball and Miss Erna Baars led the group in several songs. Each year a trophy is awarded to the team with the best percentage of wins for the year. This 3?ear Armstrong and Burt tied and each was awarded a trophy as co- champ. Swea City placed second. Thompson fourth; The 'fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. W. Boett- clier. Russell Andreason, Ames students, came home Thursday to spend the weak end witr^thelr parents. Tlje sewing Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs, C. B. Chipman. The birthday of Mrs. Mi E. Polhemus was celebrated. Mary Officer observed her seventh .birthday last'Wednesday afternoon by entertaining a group of her little friends after school. Mrs. Elmer Hansen and son, Monty Lee,- returned home Wednesday from hte Kossuth hospital, where the baby was born March 9. • Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood went to Kanawha Thursday, where they attended the funeral of an Mt, and Mrs. Roy Morgan and Mr. and Mr*. Karl Anderson attended the basketball tournament at Humboldt Wednesday evening. Mrs. Robert Hamilton and little daughter df Irvington, visited the first of last week with Mrs. Hamilton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin. th* following fen- The Rev. and Mrs. L. Rlchman iveir: boys' duet, and family and Mr. and Mrs. G. quartette, Swea W. Blelch were supper guests on Thursday evening at the Floyd Koepke home. Mrs. Will Larson was brought h>me -by ambulance Friday afternoon from the, Kossuth hosplta where she was operated upor) abou ten days before. The Presbyterian Mite soolet will meet Wednesday afternoon Ma^ch 28, with Mrs. A, H. Melnzer Mrs. Paul Macauley and Mrs. J. G McDonald as assisting hostesses. The VUrgil Jennings family move the first of last week into the Loul Scott house recently vacated by th Cecil Longs.. Mr. Jennings works 6:-r L, N. Dlttmer. • The family h&< been living in the Murray house. The graham Implement Co. stock will be sold at public auction nex Saturday afternoon', March 28. Thi firm had been in business here fo._ about 51 years, when J. H. Graham owner of the business died a few weeks ago. Since his death the ,shop has been closed. Richard Chlpman and Charles Lappe v/ent to Rochester, Minn. Wednesday for examination' at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. J. G. Thaves accompanied them to Albert Lea, Minn. From there she went to Morristown, Minn., where she had been called by the serious Illness 111., spent last Tuesday and Wednesday at the Al Staehle home. Mrs. Hawkins came to Algotta to attend the funeral df he'r brother- in-law, Will Dihrtert. She was formerly Mabel Peck, a daughter of the Pecks, who built the Peck Hotel here, now known as the Marvin Hotel, The Woman's club held its annual guest night pa: house last ~ party at Monday \ the school ay evening 1 . A seven o'clock dinner was served by the club refreshment committee. A St. Patrick's day theme was used In table decorations. Joa>i Chipman played several piano numbers during the dinner hour. The remainder lof the evening wts spent playnlg various games. Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Stow returned, third' and Ledyard, Pattersion and Arnold of a-cousln. Mrs. Mabel Hawkins, Oak Park, NOTICE FOR THE DURATION, all materials are strictly cash, with no exceptions. If special materials are | ordered which are not in stock, same will be ordered only if 50 per cent down payment is made in advance and balance when material arrives. All special orders' to be handled on this basis. _ All materials will be delivered as long as possible within the city limits; all other deliveries outside of Algona will be made on a mileage basis. • All orders given by telephone- must be paid in advance or the driver will collect on a C. O. D. basis If sending someone else for materials for you, please send signed check along. Any errors or other complaints will be promptly adjusted as soon as called to our attention. We will feerve you to the best of our ability and will appreciate your continued patronage. For tfca duration we will not do any labor, in connection with building, but will assist and help you get in touch with the proper party to do vour work for you.. ' THANK YOU Miller Lumber Co. Geo. L. Miller TEL. 198. CLINT LIGHTER, Mgr. home Thursday after spending the I quiz . ga J winter with their sons. Donald and awarded Willard. and daughter, Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, at Pensacola, Fla. On the way back thsy Spent three weekj with another daughter, Mrs. Clifford Parrish; at Louisville, Ky^ While there they also called "oh Lieut, and Mrs. Ronald Elvldge and L, C. Gardner, a former school superintendent here/ They also stopped at Goshen. Ind., to visit their daughter, Mrs. Byron Zimmerman. They went with the Zlmermans to Chicago to visit the Roland Pa1ne» and other tliere. nephews and nlecea Winner is Daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey, District No. 5 Union: the annual spelling contest for the township was held ut the .Good Hope church Thursday afternoon, March 19th at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. E. A. Genrlch was pronouncer with Mrs. August Slagje and Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew as judges. The rules of the contest ware. read. This year it was decided to let the winner from the fifth and MOTHERS' CLUB PATRICK fARtV AT FLOYD GARDNER HOME A Mothers' Club St. Patrick 1 party was held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Floyd Gardner last Thuis day evening, March 19th. Seven ty persons attended despite the rain and slippery roads. An excellent program was given witi Frank Hofius presiding. "America 1 was sung by the group with Mrs Gardner at the piano. Hazel Jenkinson gave a piano number. Mart Weaver gave a pleasing talk on his trip in northern .Canada on a recent deer hunt. / •Wm. t)au shewed several reels of pictures of his trip to New Orleans and Mexico in company with his wife and the John Frankls. A quiz game followed. Candy wan awarded as prizes. A tray lunch followed, being carried out in the Irish colors. The menu committee consisted of Mr. nad Mrs. Robert Leason and Mr. and Mrs. Louts Bode; program committee, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Music by the four Gisch girls closed the program. Dorothy, Ruth and Raohael Gisch sang "The White Cliffs of Dover" and "My Wild Irish ,Rose" accompanied at tliv piano by Fern Gisch. to Market Road Projects UNION LADIES ATTENDED ALGONA GARDEN MEET Last Friday a group of Union ladies attended an all-day meetfog of the Agricultural garden project the Agona public school. , „. Those attending were Mrs. Noble I f ont h i" fnr . snl<1 work be awarded Hattle Wilson to Cedar Falls last Thursday afternoon and returned Saturday. The teachers of Union township have agreed that May 22nd will be the closing date for the school term here this year. They are trying to dismiss as early as possible to re- J e «e older pupils for farm help. That leaves nine more weeks of school so Rural School Day will be March 22nd. The Union farm bureau has an evening meeting planned to be held at the Good Hope community room this Thursday evening, March 28th. , 1942 Those in charge are M». and Mri A. B. Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. Oi yille Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Bef Marlow and Mrs. John Reid an son, Alden. Long Way Around A letter written by Wayne Franke of Humboldt was blown from hi hand by the wind before he couk mall it and he was unable to locate it. Later the letter was found by Floyd Hellickson under the hood o his car, lodged between the doubls horn back of the engine. BOARD PROCEEEDINGS 9:00 O'clock A. M. Auditor'* Office Algona, Iowa February 27, 1042 Board of Supervisors met pursuant o adjournament with the following members present: Frascr, McDonald, Qulnn and Cosgrove Absent, Helken. Motion by Cosgrove and 2nd by Qulnn that the following Resolution e adopted: RESOLUTION Concurlng in Recommended Award f Contracts for Farm to Market loud Projects No's. F. S. N.-742, and ". S. N.-310, Kossuth county Whcrras the Board of Supervisors f Kossuth County, Iowa has conslrt- red the bids received by the Iowa tatc Highway Commission on Febuary 24, 1(M2 for construction work Charles Plathe, Mtg ...... ? - »'• .g ckholra ' local registrar {; ,V W° rtmnn ' Iocal registrar "' §• S rcye , r ' Iocnl registrar • • L.P- Newel, local registrar .. 75 Wllma Augustine, local regis- 1.75 375 trar Rita Clancy, local registrar".'. *}; A. Thompon, local registrar W "M B i?. yken ,' IocaJ ™Klstrar .. ?',"• £ lnnc "' Iocal registrar .. *''"'• Carlson, local registrar local registrar .. ri"n 'A *'" ; "' nnn ' ' op "' rcgls K M Ur r. ls loenl registrar .. JVppro Co " nt - T Fnrm Bureau Martin Meyer,' 'oiiarr" BxpY'.'.' H. C. Allen, Quarr. Exp. Ifttttlnfl*. 1»_V-« *\*«. — Office . 2.76 1.20 3.50 400 6.'25 22.05 1.50 1.00 1.00 416.67 n .Farm 'o F. S. N.-310, Kossuth County. Now Therefore Be It Resolved that ic said Board of Supervisors of Kos- ith County, 'ommlsslon's Iowa concurs In recommendation the that Flov^r'nMnlV 00 ^ Jet £ nl ?°£' MrS " I „ Fort nbd«-CowSicUbn"Company, tMoyd Gardner, Mrs. Earl Taylor, Fort Dodge, lown, $410000. Mrs. Melvin Rieken, Mrs. John " " " "'' Gisch, Mrs< Mrs. Erwin A. B. Schenck, and Laabs. Mrs. Laabs sixth grade contest spell with the evcnth and eighth grade pupils. .Only one contestant from a township may be entered this year in :he county contest, even the runner-up is not eligible unless the winner Is unable bo be present. The winner this year was Shirley larvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey of District 5, Carol T ackman being teacter. The run- er-up was Paul Schenck, District , son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mrs. Johnson, teacher. The seventh and eighth grade contest found much competition, taking considerable time to decide the winner. The word misspelled was "succeeded." Winners were Third and Fourth Grade •1—Lavonne Riebhoff, Dist. 2. 2—Carol Black, Dist. 1. 3—Velda -Peters, Dist. 1. 4—Gorto Stueve, Dist. 8. ' 5—Beverly Turner, Dist. 6. Fifth and Sixth Grade i Doris Ehrhardt, Dist. 7. 2—Shirley Lee, Dist. 7. 3—Greta Stueve, Dist. 6. 4—Oerald Haase, Dist. 7. 5—Donald Rieken, Dist. 1. Seventh and Eighth Grade |l—Shirey Harvey, Dist. 5. 2—.Paul Schenck, Dist. 4. 3—Betty Jean Rich, Dist. 7. 4—Cleo Shipler, Dist. 4. , 5—Curtis Gardner, Dist. 6. Doris Ehrhardt, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Ehrhardt of Hobarton neighborhood, by wnining the fifth and sixth grade contest, spelled with the seventh and eighth grade. Lavonne Riebhoff, winner of the .hird and fourth grade contest, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riebhoff. The teachers, who cooperated •cry nicely, are District 1—Mrs. dary Tjaden Long; Dist, 2—Mary Fraser; Dist. 4—Mrs. Johnson; Dist. 5—Carol Jackman; Dist. 6— Ber- ilce Stalzer and Dist. 7—Mrs. Clara ihllts. . will be chairman of Union. These ladies will organize other groups us to school districts if possible and urge more wdmen to have larger gardens and can more vegetables so as to relieve the market buying. Perhaps owing too a rationing of sugar the project may also be .valuable. Housewives should be interested to make the most out of the least in- these times. Mrs. Clara Shilts attended a teachers conference at Fort Dodge last Friday. She is teacher in District No. 7. . Howard Sarchet who is attending school at Ames spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet. A meeting of the Union township school board was held at the center schcol house Monday, March 16th. Delos Gardner was in charge. The usual noutine of business was held also the Installing of one new director. . Lois Gardner and Ruth Heerdt, who are taking normal training courses at the Algona high school, accompanied their teache^j,- Miss Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. -15754 Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of General Execution directed to me from the Clerk-of the District Court of Kossuth County Iowa or. a judgment rendered In said P,?, u ., rt . on . the 23rd da y of November, 1937, in favor of Oliver Moe & Gus SJogren, dba MOB & Hjofrren as plaintiff, and against Winifred Sarcl.ett ns defendant for the sum of $602.31 Dollars and costs, taxed 'at J6.05 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following describ- ?h. r £ a ii p -i r «?,P'2 r . tyr a ?, the Property o the said Winifred-Sart-hetr to Tjatls Passed and approved tils 27th day of February 1942. Board of Supervisors, Kossuth County By: ,T. H. Fraser, Chairman Attest E. S. Klnsey County Auditor Motion by Cosgrove and 2nd by Quinn thnt the following Resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION Concurring in Recommended award of Contract for Farm to Market Road Project No. P S. N.-742, Kossutb County. Whereas the Board of Supervisors of Kossnth County, Iowa, has considered the bids received by the Iowa State Highway Commission on February 24, 1042, for construction work on farm to Market Road Project No. F. S. N.-742 Kossuth County Now Therefore Be It Resolved that the said Board of Superlsors of Kossuth County, Iowa, concur In the Commissions recommendation that contracts for said work be awarded to the low bidders as follows: Bridge Work, Ben Cole and son Ames, Iowa, $20,314.33. Passed and approved this 27th day of February, 1942. , Board of Supervisors, Kossutb County By: J H. Fraser, Chairman. Attest: E. S. Klnsey County Auditor Motion by Helken and 2nd by McDonald that Board adjourn to March 2, 1042 at 9:00 O'Clock A. M. Ayes: All. .T. H. Fraser Chairman B. 8. Klnsey County Auditor Pnof 'piLX, » V' "'"Ce J«P. 1.40 Post Transfer, drayage ..... ISO American Checkwrlter Co., sup Remington Rand Inc. sup. .... Callagban and Co., •. II. " -• 65.50 9.95 Dr. H. D. Meyer, med Molyer anil Son, abstract '.'. Farmers Coop Soc, fuel .. Haggard and Peterson, rent Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, O. A. P. Exp „„., ..PAIR GROUND FUND Kosuth County Fair Assn mm 47.50 3.37 7.00 jjouis uacKDartD Mtg David B Anderson Mt* Kdw O Looft M/g ' "• H 0 Larson Mtg O B Risk Mtg. Will Rin ' - .Tohli . . ingBdori! ttifs ...'.'.','.'. 880 V Byson Mtg ' 520 - u <j uast Mlg 7 en John Cordes Mtg 720 Paul Hcrtzke Mtg . K o BW«H Mtg ..::::::::::•• John Arndorfer Mtg . J F Coyne Mtg ....* ;;." S ly *, A " d . ef !? n M« 8.40 6,60 0.30 7.00 8.20 m ^""""uel Anderson'Mtg ".'.'.'. BAO T L Thorson Mtg g.80 enton Reporter, printing .. 62.40 Igona Up. Des Molnes, print , Ing * Bancroft Register, printing .. WOOL,, News World, printing Record, printing Wonka Topic, printing Swea City Herald, printing .'. loenk Motor Serv, storage... Ccuffcl,and Esser sup 808 Itandard Explosives Corp. sup 45.70 Waterloo Construction Co sup 714 MAINTENANCE FUND Northwestern Bell Telephone Co, Tele Scrv . 21 05 Hy of Algona light ser .... 15.04 .ancoek County Treas taxes.. 44.12 *3mmct County Treas, taxes .. 8.00 L Worby patrol 109.30 ulo Patterson patrol ... 9000 llfford Holmes patrol '. '. S8.40 etcr Movick patrol 90.00 alph Markla patrol 9720 ames Kelso pntrol 70.00 d Fuchsen patrol 9000 Vm F Oronbach patrol Northern Lflmber Co 8U p Chds Gland labor , . . . Ted derdes labor 8.03 8.48 8.65 48.30 90.02 05.20 110.07 6.00 Dr Trl No .84 Chns Glaus labor ..... A W Glaus labor POOR FUND Stamp Issurlng prov ........ 38800 E /st End Grocery prov m'02 Hoods I G A prov 76.14 Blomster Grocery prov 10.15 Ed H Maas prov iow{ Aim and Boies prov 8.16 Frederick and Wcsslcs prov .. 1260 \Vnldron Groc prov .;...- ulWl Droessler Grocery prov Community Food Market prov ^ 6.10 3.67 1163 2400 rchle Dodds~~pafroY "..'.'.'.'.'.'. oe'.OO oc M Esser patrol 90 00 ubert Mergen patrol 96.00 "7 y 0He i mkc pntro1 170.30 ert Shcllmyer, patrol 90.00 pm Weir patrol 98.00 larence Hentges, patrol 7600 . dtudcr, Jos. H patrol 90.00 John Stott, patrol 9600 43.84 2 lck Baade labor '.'. io!oo C H Cooper labor 12.00 J E Falk nntrol M 108.00 COURT FUND W L Whitney, baYl'lff •»« Icflpson TrcflS Aflv Ju ry Frt? s " ** u * • States Cafe, Juror" meals"!! t!- n. , INSANE FUND Katherlne McEvoy clerk fees .. A£ Cogley, Sheriff fees ...! • comm fees .. comm. fees Tt n,T~ .r'? BASE FUND ;;••• H Boworth, Indem cattle nenry \y Koulbaas, indem cattle , ' . Indem, Dr. J S Wlnkei/insn T B F Dr P C Gellen'feldt, T B insp T B Insp.,.. lnspcton. ... B. FUND Dr R _ R ii _ Allle J indem. 1COO.OO 172.82 3.00 45.00 2.10 8.31 5.25 14.30 3.00 3.00 50.00 • 48.68 261.34 74.21 4.30 178.40 227.60 14.33 Lcm Stockwell patrol 96.00 Oliver Young patrol ... .>..... 88.00 A J Hldman patrol 96.00 Merwin Marlow labor 48.00 Doyal Sander patrol 96.00 STpe H CulbertRon patrol 90.00 Melvin R Hawks patrol 96.00 Calvin Householder patrol .. 97.20 James M Long patrol 96 00 Olaf Oftedahl patrol 48.40 Elmer Ewing patrol no.25 Hugh Butterfleld patrol 9280 Joe Welch patrol ggoo Roelf Miller patrol 96.00 Verne Mollnder patrol 96.00 Clyde'Sanders patrol 98.40 Johnson Grocery prov Stomp Issuing Officer prov . WhiUemore Creamery prov .. Ollv Fred C Huettner prov ,.., 5 ett Joe Schmltt prov , . o'Si Huff Restaurant prov".".'" 810 Cbrischilles Store clothing .'.' 1678 Botsford Lumber Co fuel ..." 14897 W A Murray fuel Tr'Tn F 8 Norton and Son Yds! .'! 7.14 A C Schissel fuel Farmers Elevator fuel Coal Co fuel 7 96 ' Cit es Service OH Co d«l Citizens Service Co fuel . . i'ia Dr JTA w M ^ er med ...... Not allowed Dr J W McCrecry ........ , . 103 CO Dr' T" ^i ndreW ( med ' ' : • : ' ' »"» ur T JTEgan med .... ........ 21 BO Dr H D Meyer med Dj M G Bourne med Dr P V Janse med _. -„ -• Kcneflck med 92 25 Dr C H Cretzmeyer med 81 oo ° ' g K Richardson med ...." 18M Dr P O Nelson med SSI 5! H A Byaas med .' J.'.' 2 00 ur A j Eason med . K D James med SUD ...... Barker Drug Store med sup ! Lu Verne Pharmacy med «nn.. 8.50 12,38 C W Pearson, Treas. adv frt.. Stott Hardware sup Northern Lumber Co sup .. Cedar Rapids Engineering Co sup 19.38 13.53 10.52 1.16 Kossuth Implement"60!"sup!! o's2 diets Repair Shop 250 Beed Hardware, sup io - 20 Root Hardware sup .... '41 ''' ' T*, v. »". —••» ...v.c.u cattle .. Dick Nurra, Indem cattle.. Gco L Foertsch, indem cattle _ _ _. FUND O G Waffle nnd co, sup J B Llpplneott Co, sup. Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa wj Holley School' 'Suppiyi Blackhurst sup ...... H B Jaques, sun American Library' .Gulid," sup ^L PU P' IS Heading .Circle Book " Sales " Iiic 7.14 8.40 17.78 345.37 2.30 9.11 87.87 13.11 9.58 3.06 — —_. — _-.«..., i. v - , r .».. Lots FIv and Six (5 & 6). Block One Hundre Thirty-four (134), Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa. An undivided 2-21s Interest in Block One Hundred For ty-three (143), Call's Addition to Al gona, an undivided 2-21st interest li ^In c . 9 n , e ,iS undred Forty-live (145) . s .. A A d '«,9'l t° Algona, lowa^ An Mv^,,, (146), Call's Iowa. this 20th day of March, ART J. COGLEY, CHEVROLET'S Cor Conservation Plan CONifRVl riRfs (ONSIKVE TRANSMISSION or all mptorl.n who want to ke«p their car* fervlng tptnd<iblXf *ht wcrdi to remember qret S»e yovr eo/ ditvrp/ef oVo/er, , , , Chevrolet originated the C^r ConieryqHon W« B/ » an4 bf !• a «poc| a ||.f | n ««ar on, orvqtlon." f f . He gives .killed, rejlaftle, economl«| erv|c* on «N makei of rarj and tru<k«, . , , See him today «ee him at regular Interval.^!/ yew want your car to "tit yw DEALER m mif m '-m f undivided 2-21st Interest In Lot _ le Hundred Forty-six Addition to Algona And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as s may be necessary to satisfy said execii- ton, wltli costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash-, in hand, on tlie 24th day of April, 1942, at the east door of the Court House In Algona In Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day, when and where due atteml- wlll be given by the _ . 1. Dated 1942. 'Sheriff of Kosauth' Coun ty? Yo wa. Hutchison & Hutchison, Plaintiff's Attorney. 12-13 Notice J ," i he K lstr ' c ' Court of Iowa in' and For Kossuth County. -p'v, In the M Ma , t r to , r of the Estate of Thomas H., Wailsworth, ,deceased To: Alyda Allen, Florence W Motley, Julia C. Anderson. June Corey, Helen Corey, Marlon Corey Hekers Ernest W. Meredith, Edr.a R Mor- /edlth, Ethel Collier, 'John Wada, worth, PJxine Davenport. Alice Hhelps, Grace Sumpter, Clarence Sumpter, Helon Mae Meredith, Florence Meredith, Charles Edward Meredith, -uiij -Fu .Whom It May Concern, ' yA u ^ an .', 1 eac £ ot you are herebj notified that there Is now on file n the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa the Application of Glen Buchanan, Executor of the Estate of Thomas H. Wadsworth, Deceased, said Application asking for authority to aell and convey real estate described as: f7n\ 0t rf lv i e ( 5) ,b, Bloc !? Seventy .(70), Orglnal Plat of Alyona. Iowa, for the sum --of Three Thousand Two Hundred. Fifty and No-100 Dolla . rs . <l 3 i?50.00) as per contract, copy of Which Is attached to said Application, unless a, better offer tor said real estate can be obtained sou are further notified that the, hearing on sold Application will be Kelfl 'at the Courthouse at Alerona Kossuth County, Iowa, at nine' 2i- c| ffifcA m i,°o n *JUW!J":?«t' «»y 9:00 O'Clock A. Board of Supevlsors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Helken and 2nd by Cosgrove that $12.00 be abated from th» moneys and credits tax charged against C. F. Frlmml, Prnirie Township for year 1941 tax, error in assessment. Ayes: All. Motion by .Quinn and 2nd by Cosgrove that the Consent Highway Petition, asking that a road 40 feet wide beginning at the W% corner o Section. 24, Township 95, "Kange '20 (Cresco)) tbence B' one-quarter mile thence 8 40 feet, tbence W. one quarter mile; thence Nor 40 feet, to beginning, containing 1.22 acres all from the W% SW% Section 24 Township 95 Range 29 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and 2nd by Heikcn that Qulnn make necessary repairs on Drainage District No. 69. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Qulnn that the Counsent Highway Petition asBlng that a road 60 feet wide, beginning at the SW corner of Section 29 Township 99 Range 30 of Swea Township, and running E 2 miles terminating at the Southeast , .. „.,„ World Book Co.. sup '.'.'.'.'."'. 1036 Book Supply Co^, sup ........ 1473 tiyons and Carnahan, sup .... 276 Allyn and Baftn, sup ......... 489 DC Heath nnd Co., sup ...... D.63 Pioneer j-ubllshing Co., sup 2.73 5.??l- SU P ............ 15-38 Arlle Peterson, sup . American Pub Co, sup M. nit \j\j t BUIJ t.iiii INSTITUTE FUND 15.38 .76 3.00 World Book Co, sup .......... 11271 lown Congress of Parents and Teacher, sup ............. •J B Llpplneott and Co, sup .. Sliver Burdett Co, sup ...... National Education Ass'n, sun Department of Elem School Principals, sub corner of Section 28 90 A S Barnes and Co sup ! Association .for Childhood -Education, sup Da;y]Ion Co., sup .. DOMESTIC ANIMAL FUND Ben G Studer, sheep killed by 230 5.12 11.25 300 5.32 100 2.00 A C Schissel sup ..!!.'."!.' West Bend Elevator sup.. Kunz Grain Co sup ...T. .,„.„„ Myrtle Lease sup 1531 Thompson Yards Inc sup .... 1357 Dntchs Super Ser sup ..." 10796 Greenberg Auto Supply sup .. 2071] ir 7^ Nor tgn and son sup .... 5.'09 Mattson Garage sup 30.80 Humboldt Fence and Sup. Co ntni pltal hops, KoM, U th h Kosuth armacy med sop.. Polk C ° unty =«« : 14 1 care ..... . ____ 18958 5 08p care Noi «"»*«S hops, oare . . 228 50 T hops, caie me? J » se P h Mercy Hospital bosp cure ••»..,.,., oo AM ' H8P i ta1 ,' ' h '°' p « : '«»" «•» nursing ........ in oo re . ' Nettie Fisher care Lena Myer care ....... anon Electric Service Co sup Tire Retread Co sup .. W F Smith Tire and Batt'e'r'y 369.75 21.80 98.00 - — _-.«, uuu uuiidjr Co sup * 96 00 Leighton Supply Co sup .!.." 44|06 Herman Brown Co sup 7 75 Sioux City Iron Co sup 3o!22 Owatonna Tool Co sup 17 28 Barton Warner Co sup l'o4 Central Auto Electric Co sup 4719 Paper Calmenson and* Co sup 150130 Balbach Co sup • 7237 Sieg Ft Dodge Co sup 54.88 LeRol Company sup 4100 Peerless Oil Co sup 915.99 Bancroft Oil Co sup D78.62 Central States Electric Co light ser Interstate Porer Co light ser Globe Machine and Supply Co Not ollowEfl Olaf "FunncraaVk," "sheep 'killed by dogs 10 00 Thecsfleld Chas., sheep killed i>f dogs 10.00 Edward Hynes, sheep killed by dogs , 1000 Mrs. IVm Mabus, ducks ..Not'allowed John Alberts, hog killed by dogs 15.00 CONSTRUCTION FUND r I Merryman, bridge work.. 62.28 eup Dr. No. 4DKAIN AGE*UND J I Merryman labor 3.92 9.09 83.79 Lyle M Peddlcord salary'!!!.' 16000 Marvel Dole salary . TKIWI Mildred AmansalJry !!!"••• "- 09 House of the Good Shepherd care 20 00 Mrs Augusta Beitz care'.'."."' aoo Graham store clothing Root Hardware sup ."..., 510 Thompon Yards Inc sop ' ""'" City of Algona light serv P O Habn rent . -. C H Lichty rent .. Hugh Raney rent !!!! R A Boettcher rent Bert B Baldwin rent ! B Ross rent in oft C W Nicoulin rent .. .'!!! lo'oo DDMonluxrent !." loft) Paul Pugsley rent lo.'o 1 ) Jacob Keller rent loot! Leo M Saunders rent 12!«l J H Sheridan rent Jo S Lydla Rclnhart rent 100" Henry J Kline rent 20.06' .. 50.00 Kcneth W Swan transp .... 3620 L W Swanson transp ........ 61.'02 .......... Lakota Public Library rent .. ........ Department of Social Welfare blind aid ............ COUNTY FARM 10.15 Roy Larson labor ....... ..... 80.00 Ben Bakken labor 50,00 E R Mawdsley, Mtg P M Christensen, Mtg John Frlderes Mtg. .„, 2 B Thomas, Mtg T> T» 11 ._. .*"""»• _ 5.80 5,50 6.80 0.25 8.70 6.60 George Looft labor ....!!!!"" 12'lc Concrete Products Corp. sup.. 514.86 Dr. No. 5 George Noone labor 16800 Seorge Noone labor 120'47 -has E chubb engineer 28.20 Homer Nolte labor 300 Concrete Products Corp. sup 119.55 Jeorse Looft labor 4.50 Dick Baade labor 450 C IU Cooper labor 4 oo Dr No 20 Dick Baade labor ....... T.. 2925 C H Cooper labor ............ 2000 Stott Hardware sup ........ 4,59 Dr. No 33 > Dick Baade labor ............ il.25 C H_ Cooper labor ..... ...... 10.00 labpr 44.55 T> _.- — Township Range 30 be approved Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and 2nd by Cos grove that the following secondary, _ —„ road petitions be placed on file: No. 5 B Bernlngbaus Mtg. 73, No, 574, No. 575, No """" " trow.™ o n ki_ ••,* »• 77. and No. 678 Ayes: All.' Motion 'by McDonald and 2nd by Qulnn that the petition signed by Bert Carr, A W Kennedy et al.pretain- , ng to Installaton of relief lateral on ralnage district No. 4 be placed on - e - - 5e8 V McDonald and 2nd by I c"lusTve W< Pearson Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, for the period from June •nnr a paupers notice be Northwestern Bell Tele" Co - tele ser gi L E Stephens light serv 86V.O Funk and Deim sup £77 'Hobarton Elevator sup ....:.. 126.17 C S Johnhon prov 100 30 Algona Bakery prov 23.11 Zenders clothing 1306 Graham Store, clothing. .. ...., ;.'613 Dr .C-'H Cretzmeyer med ..."• l.*00 85.15 Dr P V Janse med ........... 2W» Dr. A. J. Eason med 600 Katherlne Park raise) exp .. 1)35 Richardson Furniture sup .. 2.01 Pratt Electric Co sup 19 02 Kosuth County Implement Co sup ;,._ 175 ) K Rubber Welders sup 1.60 Bugene Hood sup 49.50 Pom Reid sup 11842 B R Rising sup 2781 RESOLVED: That the County And- tor Is hereby authorized to Issue war•ants for all bills allomed at this meet- ng as "per Schedule of Claims Here- nbefore Written " Motion by Qulnn and 2nd by McDonald that the Board adjourn to ~~ 20, 1942 2:00 O'clock P M Ayes: J. H Fraser 'Attest: E. S. Kinsey Ch8lrm(ln County Auditor SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT Jog-rove that erve on the following"named~~persons! . yiomaa Conlon, Mrs. Matilda Carglll, 5- & D , an ? ? oye ' r ' W1 »ani E. Bol_rd, Dick I, Lulls, Tremor Wilson I FUNDS *$\»^?\™^ He^ ^Tax 6 "^ 1st, 1041, to December 31st, 1941, In- STATEMENT OF BY TCNDS Balance of March, 1942. at'which" time" ,„.. may appear and show cause, If any ^''^Y.?- why an order should not TV r,r c, FUND W. W. Sullivan, P. M. post- Northwestern' ' Bell' ' Teie ' ' 'co Telephone Ser. W. W. . ... Sullivan P. M., po'st- ..... . .......... ........ W. W. Sullivan P. M., . tage tage post- City of Algona, Light Ser... Burroughs Adding Machine Co., supplies State Comptroller, Excess School Fund -Int. ...; W. W. Sullivan. P. M, Postage .'.... ?; W. Falwey, Unclaimed Fee Alma C, Junkermeler, Salary W. S Cosgrove, Comm. and Session , F. .•„ p T • Bio'n ' and Sea. "" W ..... S8S " Permanent School ' v Temporary School .',' General State Rcvenna '. Soldier's Bonus Old Age Pension ., '. Bovine T. B i • • •.General County '.!'.'! ' .Bang's Deseaee 5.00 County Cash Koad Bond . . Court Expense ,'.. "•• 78,881 County Poor County School !!.'.'.".' 25.00 State Insane Soldier's Relief '.'.'."•' 15.03 Advance Tax 70.14 Secondary Road Construction ...'.'.'.'.'.'." „„„ Secondary Itoud Muluteuanre 0.79 Domestic Animal . Emergency 772,63 Fair Grounds •'"' ., «J Homestead Exemption .'.'.."..'.','"' "" 31.00 Institute .......„,. 7...."!!!!., 2.581 Assessments on Bank Di'nosii'a 60.00 Primary Road Bpnd Reacmpt .,'-.' ' „.„_ School Districts Library ...'..... " : 164^5 Special Building '.,...,..... "••••f"M t County Insane /.'.".""'' • Secondary _Road Redemption .'.'..'.V.'.'.".'!'.'.'.'.'.!'.'.'."' D1UU ........... W. E. McDonald, Comm, and session ,; ..",,. ". H, Fraser, Comm. and session ,..,..,, H. B. White. Del. Tax. Col , ou no ,' - . . .. be entered authorizing and approv- AIma Pearson, Asst in CJerk Ing: said sale and authorizing said . Office ;, Executor to execute and deliver Executors' Deed. • GLEN BUCHANAN, Executor of the Estate of Thomas H, Wadsworth, Deceased. 12 J. Cogley, pa. and Lodge Prisoners 35 g A J. Opstiey, Mileage and In- test Fees ,.,..,..,, 165.00 Tony Seller, Salary 70.0 A. E Luurltzen, Travel Bxp. 37.0 Maxlne Brundage, Assist In 174.35 168.351 ,._„., City Specials 147.051 Corporation Funds Hums S en ? 01 Dlst ' Funds }»'^ I Drains—Balanci 127.3 Overdrafts ... TOTAL BALANCES" ;:::'.'.'."'.'.'.'.'.".'. 0.4 Overdrafts .... TOTAL '"' Overdrafts entered (») ' 2,275 28 8 897 14 34,586 36 4 233 00 1,890 07 2,084 71 139,558 14 24,048 48 15,103 03 5,356 10 79 82 908 09 4,308 11 2,119 80 15,383 54 53,785 84 (1,134 65 49 00 12,874 41 83,347 45 7,881 29 1,042 68 23,789 68 30,573 05 1,077 67 7,097 67 0,193 09 6,577 10 3,332 70 2,199 55 578 02 412 91 195,520 20 96,349 00 151.410 47 90,278 00 • 4,650 59 226 00 81,223 00 ' 10,794 80 111 99 1,679 49 2 00 58,482 17 351 21 100 95 3,787 60 11,125 00 222 18 1,949 16 321 02 124 99 3,351 11 2,067 27 ' 9,578 84 1,828 03 60,459 20 13,435 02 870 17 2,003 63 53,587 59 407 76 3,280 38 1,472 01 32,217 28 6,928 91 3,696 64 2,221 89 146,121 94 121,168 63 | 1,69368 38.819 36 2,146 85 113,147 42 7,083 21 106 74 4.424 34 lfl,581 60 5,775 80 02,941 48 7461 96 32,145 45 1,246 43 11,073 60 3,300 45 990 93 145,753 32 120,617 84 1,570 33 58,492 17 128 90 14,74876 10032 40 COUNTY, ss. . l c «.« >ll S?-A-«»Ji«w>». Assist. Term 1948. Pro. 65.78 nstrument «l < S'SfSL*. S ar ? M t Motor lo, tV or the 5 10 o^ 7,693 99 135 41 32 00 3.319 36 25,034 24 88,036 86 124 W» 925,074 68 184 09* 824,950 58 f 830,625 07 f 8«,020 6? 1,389 00 979 23 877 86 34,814 73 209,093 82 > 3,784 78 RECEIPTS on uatia June 1st, 1941 From Current Taxes 1940 . From pellnQuent Taxes. .,, Penalty, Interest end Costs Drainage Taxes ,,.. City Specials "... Highway Receipts "•woUwe Taxes d Age Pension l of School Fuml on AND AMOUNT .f 924.950 GU / 431,787 52 4,00!) til 3,013 1U 3,7M 78 6,81228 94660 82027 33.724 47 206,02478 10,61982 State Treasurer's Receipts ...» CjQUnt V Alldltlir'a IXTavttanta ->rT>» *--j. -^ 83,014 63 221 16 2 90 323 2« 168 75 2,071 03 44601 5,417 98 2,170 71 168 14 589 60 4,4 ff"»i •<<--*• fe i f f- -:,?^: *i* .4.. :t» WW*^ •* M f, !t ,,,j^,,f,f,f. t . _ •5** t ;«VJ»4>3?t* < fj /

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