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Algona, Iowa
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** * ; The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona. Iowa. May 6, UNION MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS ELECT OFFICERS ' Vntoii: The-Mothera 1 and Daughters' club met with Mary Sarchet lust- Thursday atfernoon, Apill 30, with 26 present. Opening number was en article react by Minnie flaifchet 6n "The Case of the Murdered Vegetable." Mary Liehter gave a paper on "Nylon," Hazel Jenkinson played soveral selections on the ocarina. The meeting was then turned over to ths nominating committee, , Berth* Sarchet, Nofiwa Bailey and Mary Sarchet. The results were: Nellie Jenkln- son, president; Dora Will, first vice president; Mary Idchter, second Vice president; Audrtiy Heerdt, third vice president; Julia Taylor, secretary;. Marguerite Gardner, assistant secretary; Cora Held, treasurer. ' Helen Vogel and Cora Bacon were re-elected unanimously for historian and corresponding secretary respectively. 1 Mrs. Wjalter Wedsbrod' was a giiest. 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For helpful free literature on "how to do it," chedc list below and mail today. f*il» •• ptiHiy potto/ eujmoll Dairy barn fleer* Poultry heu«« floort Parting floor* Mlllcheuiw O Foundation*' PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION / 40* HribkeH Mag., D.iMoln«, Iowa >p«* D0»lnitoragm Q Sforaga cellars Q Tank*, trough* D Farm repair* BUY DEFENSE STAMPS AND BONDS The .meeting scheduled for July 9 will Be Held With Nellie Jenklnson Instead of With Louise Komsta A* scheduled in the book.* The nex meeting will be the Mothers' day annual event to be held at the Community room May 14th. Each member Is to bring a guest. flie program committee consist 6f Ethel Smith and Nbrma galley the menu committee, Elizabeth Kohl and Nellie Jenkinson. William Spear and son, Merwyn of Elktorv, Minn., visited at the Roy Sarchet home. William Is Mrs Sarchet's brother. William Funk and family o Rock Island, 111., visited Mr. Funk's sister, Mrs. Fred Will and family over the week end. Mrs. Roy Sarchet was hostes to the Good Hope W. S. C. S. las week at the regular meeting. For ty-elght ladles attended. Schools In the township were'no In session Monday owing to the registration for rationing of suga which necessitated the schools be Ing used as a center for the dlstric In registration. Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. Kohl were sur prised last week when they receiv ed a visit from Mrs. Peter Kohl o Kansas City and Mrs. Otto Koh and daughter of Mason City and a grandson of the Otto Kohls. Rev. Schaper, Good Hope pastor left for Des Moines last .Monday He was called there-on army or dera. His stay at Good Hope I rather Indefinite depending on what orders he will'receive from the government. He returned thl time. • " Leonard Gruikshank showoc some, improvement this past week His leg which had been elevate to overcome a blood, clot which had formed there, was able to b released and he Is sitting up half hour> each day. The leg, how ever, Is considerably swollen. IMrs. Mary Keefe, .well known former Union tonwshlp woman, ha been confined to the Kossuth hos pltal the past several weeks. He condition remains unchanged. Sh had been making her home wit! her daughter,, Mra, 'John Schol tes In Algona, prior to her- Illness Mrs. May Falby and Mrs. Ruby Gurnett dropped In on a surpris over-night stay at the Presley Sar che£ home .one evening last week They were on their way home t< Mt Vernon, New Hampshire, afte a visit in California. They arc cousins of Mrs. Sarchet and visit was a welcome one. Birthday Celebration ' R. J. Galloway of- Clear Lake celebrated Hitler's birthday by purchasing ?1,000 worth of U. £ War .bonds. Galloway bought th bonds, stating: "So that we can hi Hitler harder." Wool Full Market Price Fald for Woot Joe Greenberg Authoring Bottler: Pepri Cola BottUng Co. of Ft Dodge "Rolling on tho original robbor" afttr 45.1O4 miles A! tiM life of tin* w? PUT** W Ijft J||]| itwtfweietitl Tb* tntwer? It'* vsry riflnplc, Poo4 t|at lh«Wf IWW y«»j tW* ' *!**»§ W** «4 mum^t «** tap rolilJHf tanf tr _ ing Ore c#re n p*rt of Wi APBTW4 is* Wp 45,104 roik, p » • ttttte WIT YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALFR !; ( CONSERVMIIUN HEADQUARTERS LUVERNE WOMAN'S PROGRESSIVE CLUB TO HOLD PICNIC ILuVerne: The Woman's Progressive club met Monday evening with 18 members In alter dance. 'Mrs. A. F. Zwlefel was hostess but because of the Inclement weather the meeting was held In town nt the A. D. Burtls home. Roll call was answered with travel and household hints. Three subjects Were discussed and they proved very interesting. New Ideals in housing and home making was Mrs. J. L. Llchty's topic; Miss Edna Schutt told of Communications and American Life and Mrs./Irvin Chapman's subject was How Modes of Transportation Have Affected American •Life. (Mrs. Ray Stone played a piano sOlo, "Two ILarks.*' Plans were made for the annual picnic which will be held Friday afternoon, May 8th. Committee In charge of the picnic is. Mrs. P. C. Llchty, Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Mrs. Hugh Shirk and Mrs. A. D. Burtia. The Presbyterian Ladies' Association Is meeting tomorrow with Mrs. (Lincoln Noble. Mrs. Jack Lewarne and son, of Fort Dodge, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. El. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. John Curran of LeGrange, Montana, have been visiting at the A. W. Dimlers and with other relatives here. Pelmar Goetsch, San Francisoo, came last week for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goetsch. He is in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Surby and Robert, Sumner, caiyie to LuVerno last Tuesday to attend the senior class play in which Phyllis Surby took part, Floyd McClaren has been a patient at (die University hospital at Iowa City. The McClarens mov- ed Here from Holsteln last March. Tliey live where the Walter Rugers formerly lived. % There were six rural school students who took the eighth grade tests and four from the Lutheran day school last Friday.' Seventh grade pupil's did not take any tests this year ad they have done in recent years. The Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Wehr- spann, Klngsley, were recent guests of Mrs. Lillie Hesse. Norman Hesse left Thursday for Chicago where he will receive special training at the University of Chicago In radio work. He Is In the navy. Mrs. 'L. H. Lichty, Evan and Virginia Lichty visited with Lu- Verne friends Friday. Evan is taking a, course at the Moody Bible Institute and Virginia is employed In Chicago. They have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lichty, at Sheldon. Jack Meriam, who is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, in Missouri was at home last week on furlough. He came to be best man at the wedding of his sister, Jean Merrlam to John Franklin Baumeister, Wheaton, 111., which took part at Corwith on April 25. On Friday 'representatives from the local high. school came home from,the state high school music contest with two No. 1 ratings. They were Barbara Wolf in French horn solo and Marcella Henderson, ,Betty Wolf, Betty McGuire and Donald Meyer in a saxophone quartet Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer received a telegram last Wednesday from their son, Ralph, that he was in Lynn, Mass., on special detai service. He was graduated from the air technical school at Keesler Field near Blloxi, Miss., last week after completing a twenty weeks course there. Among those attending the W. S C. S. meeting at Algona Tuesday of last week were the Rev. anc Mrs. Kenneth Whitney, Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. H. B. Peitzke, Mrs Flora Raney, Mrs. Harry Lichty, Mrs. Elmer Hunt, Mrs. John Brink, Mrs Ralph Davidson, and Mrs, Harold Sorensen. •News Items of Wesley Vicinity Tom Forburge/has a new 1942 Chevrolet. (Mrs. Norbert Hilbert will enter tain ,her 500 club next Thursday. Mr. ami Mrs. John Amesbury vis ited relatives in Nora Springs re cently. Mrs. Ollie Kirschbaum and her daughter, Maxlne, spent Friday In Mason City. Merle Loebig, who enlisted in the army several weeks ago, is now in Camp Roberts, Calif. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney at tended a veterinarians' meeting in Fort Dodge Thursday. < ilrene Hanig spent the week en at the home of her sister, Mr.? Lyle Hepperly a,t Britt. Mrs. Charles 'Murphy and Leona Seimer of Algona attended the C D. of A. meeting Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baldus '0 Austin, Minn., called lately at the home of his cousin,, Mrs. Ed Hilcl man. The Priscilla Phoebe society, me in Britt Wednesday with Mrs Johnson. The ladies gave the host ess a linen shower. -Pupils of the seventh grade in the parochial school enjoyed a vacation Friday while the eighth graders wrote their county examinations. Mrs. L, L. Pfeffer and two children left by train from Ames Sunday morning for Camp Cook, Calif., where her husband, Dr. Pfeffer, is now stationed. Wallace Benton received word that 'his mother had died at Atlantic City, N. J., where she lived with •her daughter, Sidney. Her body was sent here for burial. Mrs. Kenneth Donovan and her daughter, Donna Lee and Theodore Paul, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNeal were baptized recently in the Congregational church. (Mr. and Mrs. F. E, Manwlller moved last week from Titonka into apartments in Mrs. L. L. Proffer's home. Mr. Manwlller will operate a Standard Oil truck for WM. COSGROVES, DOAN, HAVE THREE SONS IN SERVICE Doan: John Cosgrove, son of Supervisor arid Mrs. Wm, Cosgrove, left (Friday morning •with eight boys .from Wesley for Des Molneg for army entrance examinations. John has two other brothers now serving his country: Donald In Alaska in the coastguard, and And' (W in the navy, ~ ' Merlin Anderson drove to Fairmont Wednesday to visit relatives. The spring bazaar And chicken supper held at the Doan church last week Wednesday brought in 194.50. ' M, ®. Hoover of Beimond, formerly of Doan, visited one day last week with 'his twio sons Ted and Cliff Hoover and families, Mr. and Mrs, "Paul Hawkins and Paul,,jJr,, of Doan accompanied Mr. and Mrs, Keith Merryman, Algona, to Milford Sunday to visit relatives, On friday afternoon, Mrs. Geo. Johnson, Plum Greek, entertained Hie tedtes of be? bridge club, a number of the members being Doan !Mr- *l»4 Mr«. Fred Girres re^ port a. third son b9rn Thursday tq ;heir daughter, MrerAugust Qrend- ler, Swea City. 'Mrs. Grendler and are at the Coieman hospital, Brinks, Titonka, and tho Andrews fwnjly, Burt, were dinner guests at th,e Van Mrs, Hansen-g few son, » ajtort visit, pale Del Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hlldman and Uawrience > tqok Matt to ' Nora Springs Wednesday afternoon where he entrained for Fort Leonarc Wood, Mo., following'a few days' furlough here. iPaul Carman, Louis Vitzthum, Vearl Benskin, Harley Haynes, Ervin Haynes, Clare Hildman, Rudolph Hlldman and Johnny Cosgrove left Algona Friday morning for induction into the army. (Mrs. Joe Matem spent the past two weeks at the home .of her sister, Mrs. Don White at Algona helping care for the latter*s children who were ill with-the flu. Mr, White is employed in Des Moines. /The W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday, May 6th, with Mrs. P. C. Haynes, Mrs. E. C. Hutchison, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Miss Eva McCall and Mrs. Anna Hutchison as hostesses. Mrs. Raymond Hansen wil lead the devotions. Mrs. Leonard. Amdorfer entertained her 'bridge club Thursday aflternoon. Mrjs. .Alfred Erdman and Mrs. Tom McMahon won first and second high score prizes. Mrs. Erdman will be hostess ' to the club on Thursday, May 7th. Mrs. Matilda Johnson left Friday for Colorado where she .will visit her sons, George and Norman, and their families at Denver and her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Putnam at Grand Junction, Mrs. Johnson, who has been with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.Will Becker at Algona this winter, spent the past week' with her daughter and family, the Jack Haverlys here. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Dwyer and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Dwyer of Humboldt visited at the Del Benton home Monday evening. They also called at the Tom Forburger home. Vincent Dwyetf, who is in the navy, stationed at Boston, had spent a 10-day furlough with his parents, the S. E. Dwyer's at Humboldt and his sister, Mrs. Del Benton, left Wednesday for camp but his wife remained at Humboldt. Navy Wants Men 17 to 50 Years Old Men, you have the privilege of choosing the branch of military or naval service you prefer. Even though you have been /placed in- Class 1-A by your local draft board, you can voluntarily enlist in the U. S. Navy or Naval Reserve. Enlistment in the Naval Reserve is for the duration of the war, with the opportunity of being enlisted immediately in a high rate rating at higher pay if you have special training >or know a trade; or, If untrained, with the opportunity for instruction in the finest trade schools in the world in almost any type of work you choose to take up. Don't wait until it's too late. Enlist now! Come ^o the Navy Recruiting Station, Clay County Court House, • Spencer, Iowa. Wesley School Board Employs New Coach Wesley: At a meeting of the school board Tuesday night, Harold. Menke W as hired as a high school teacher anc) coach'. He is a married man with one child. Miss Sinning and Assistant Coach Elmer Johnson have signed contracts For the coming year here. Miss Mercedes Smith has been hired to replace Miss Helen Schneider. Miss Smith is attending Clarke College at pubuque, LAKOTA SCOUTS SELL OLD PAPER FOR UNIFORMS (Lakota:- At a meeting of the Boy Scouts at the town hall last week Wednesday night the following scouts received ttiolr' uniforms: John and Don Wortman, John Heetland, Dennis Murray, Sidney ftienltz, Winston Sehroeder,, Roger Grabau, Billy Smldt, and Blllie and Herbert Hanson. The money for the uniforms was earned by the troop from the collection of old papers on Saturdays and so far they have sold nearly six tons of paper. At the meeting Monday night the retiring assistant scoutmaster, Thomas Hanlfan, was presented with several gifts as he left for •New Jersey Friday night to attend a scout training school. LOCAL WOMEN ATTENDED W8CS MEET AT ALGONA The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote drove to Algona Tuesday and Mrs. Grote remained for the meeting of the Northwest Iowa conference W. S. C. S. which was held Tuesday. The Rev. Grote returned home and Wednesday morning accompanied Mesdames J. *H. Warburtorc an 3 Emma Smith to Algona to attend the annual W. S. C. S. meeting at the Methodist church. Mary E. Olson, Afton, Minn., a missionary at Singapore for 36 years, gave the address in the morning and told of her work there. She says many o the missionaries stayed there to help in any way possible. The address in the afternoon was given by Wallace Helstad^ director of Marcy Center at Chicago. Mis. J. E. Feller, president, presided and many interesting talks were given. All officers were reelected for th( coming year. Five hundred sixty women registered for the day's meeting. iMrs. Helen Bassett, AJgona, came recently and is housekeeper tor Henry, Roba. A mixed A-capclIa choir from Orange City put on a sacred music concert in the Ramsey Reformed church recently. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keopple of Denver, Colo., came Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Keopple's family, the P. L. Koppens. The Vance Lesters, Armstrong, visited at the Henry Olthoffs last week Sunday. Mrs. Lester and Henry are sister and brother. The carpenters., have finished the barn on the Steve Powers farm which was burned last Winter, and it has now been wired and is ready for the stock. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scrhroeder recently returned from a visit with their son, Jerry and family at Keosauqua, and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holmes at Des Moines. The Rev. and Mrs. William Langholz and son-, Roland attended senior day at Wartburg college at Waverly last week Wednesday. Their son Rudolph will graduate from the college May 23rd. He majored in biology. Mrs. J. A. Barger was hostess to the Presbyterian Misisonary society last week Wednesday afternoon. Mesdames Jerry Heetland and E. G. Sauer gave reports of the Presbyterial which was held at Lake Park a week ago Thursday. Emma Gutknecht had charge of the devotions and group singing. Mesdames Carl Gerzema, Harry Warburton and Ruth, Earl Grabau, Ray Hertzke and Edgar Inlay and Donald of Lakota and Lillian Harms, Buffalo Center, drove to Mason City last week Wednesday. Lillian visited friends there and the women spent the day visiting the Cyrus Renshaws. Mrs. Renshaw was telephone operator here for several years until the dial phones were installed almost three years ago. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 15th day of April, 1912, in favor of John Hohenberser, as executor of the estate of George Hulienberger, deceased, as plaintiff, and against C. H. Beardsley and Florence C. Beardsley as defendants, for the sum of $381-7.04 and costs, taxed at $91.30 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said C. H. Beard- filey and Florence C. Beardsley 10 satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The South One Half of Lots Three (3) and Four (4) in Block'Number Seventy-two (72), Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with .costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash. In hand, on the 23rd day of May. 1942, at the cost door of the Court House In Algona. in Kossuth County, Iowa, r^ the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day. when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 23rd day of April. 1942. A. J. COGLEY, Sheriff of Kossuth "ounty. Iowa. Van Ness and Brunson, plaintiff's attorney. 18-19 BOARD PROCEEEDINGS Audllor's Office Algoha, Iowa March 20, 1942 2:00 O'clock P. M. • Board of Supervisors mel pursuant to adjournment wth all members present. Letting of Contract for repair work on Lateral "A" of Drainage Dlstrlcl No. 82. Motion by Helken and second by McDonald that the Florence Construction Company of Thompson Iowa, be awarded the cohtract foi clearing and grubbng on bolh sides of dilch of Laleral "A" of Drainage Dlslrlcl No. 82. Conlracl price to include 30,000 Cu..Yards .of excavation work. The bid of Florence Construction Co. of 14,600.00 being the low bid. Other bids submitted were W. B. Llnnan, Pocahontas, $£700.00. Clarence Zufall, Elmore, Minnesota, $5,876.00. Those voting Ayes: McDonald, Helken, Qulnn and Cosgrove. Those voting Nay« none. Motion carried. Motion by Helken and second by Cosgrove that Ihe following secondary road petitions Np. 674, No. 575., No. 676, No. 577, No. 678, No. 679, No. 580, No. 681. No. 582, No. 583. No. 584 and No, 585 be placed on file. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by McDonald thai Ihe application for School Fund Loan of George Elmer Davidson be disapproved. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Cosgrove that Lots 3 and 4 of Block 69 Original Flat of Algona Incorp. be sold to L. A. Copp for the sum received of $37.12 and thai Chairman J. H. Fraser be and Is hereby authorized and directed to sign a Quit Clam Deed conveying Kossuth county's Interesl in lols. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Quinn that a cash allowance of $10.00 per month be made lo Mrs. Jess Speraw for care of Margaret Miller, beginning as of January 1st., 1942, and to continue lo and including Ihe monlh of June, 1942. Ayes: all. Motion' by Cosgrove and second by Helken that Ihe Board adjourn to 9:00 o'clock a. m. March 30. 1942. Ayes: all. J. H. FRASER, Chairman. Attest: E. S. Klnsey, Secretary. Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa March 30, 1942 9:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervsors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Qulnn and second by McDonald that May.. 5, 1942, 9:00 o'clock a. m., Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa, .shall be the time and place set by the Board of Supervisors for the Hearing on the Establishment of Gravel Roads for 1942 program. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that May Bth, 1942, 2:00 o'clock p. m., Audllor's Office, Algona, Iowa, shall be the time and jface set for Gravel Letting for 1942 Secondary Roads. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that April 21st, 1942, 10:00 o'clock a. m., Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa, shall be Ihe time and )lace for letting of Grading of Secondary Roads for 1942. Ayes: all. Motion'by Quinn and second by Helken that the "appointment of Geo. 'Jyman as trustee to fill vacancy in Greenwood township be approved. Ayes: all. ' Motion by Helken and second by McDonald that the following Secondary Road petitions be placed on file No. 686, No. 687. No. 588, No. 689, •Jo. 690, No. Ml. No. 692. No. 693, «To. 694) No. 696, No. 696 and No. >97. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by McDonald that the appointment of George Cink as Trustee to nil vacancy in Prairie Township be «P- iroved. Ayes: all- Motion by Heiken and second by Cosgrove that Quinn make necessary repairs on Drainage District S.-K. No. 2. NO. 69 and f, A.-K. No. :. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second byTlelken that Ufc following e,ra be made from the Secondary toad Maintenance fund to the varr ous Drainage putrlots for Prain- No.* *WO.O« Mot Fund to Dr, No. 18 . i.a.oo JU . No. int, fund to Dr., No. let Fund to Dr. No, • Joe Von Bank of Armstrong te4 Sunday si the Frank Boevers Motion by f Qulnn that cm the var lecord ampunte Mrs. EJi Andersfln ftnd Ardts 84)4 were Swday visitors u( »t thf WftBftcs VMttBf h^ SOD, ard of Contract for. Farm to Market Road. Project No. F. S. N.-748, Kossuth County. WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, has considered the bids received by the Iowa State Highway Commission on March 24, 1942, for constructon work on Farm to Market Road Project No. F. S. N.-748, Kossuth County. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the said Board of Supervsors of Kossuth County, Iowa. concur in the commission's recommendation that contracts for said work be awarded to the low bidders as follows: BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION A. Emmert & Son.'Grlnnell, Iowa ..................... $10,587.88 Passed and approved this 30th day of March, 1942. Board of Supervisors Kossuth Co. By: J. H. FRASER, • Chairman. Attest: E. S. Klnsey, County Auditor. Motion by Quinn and second by McDonald that the following resolution be approved: RESOLUTION Concurring In Recommended award of Contracts for Farm to Mar- Tcet Road Projects No. F. S. N - 749, Kossuth County. WHEREAS the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County has considered the bids received by the Iowa State Highway Commission on March 24, 1942, for construction work on Farm to Market Road Project No. F. S. N.-749, Kossuth County. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that said Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, concurs In the commission's recommendations that contract for sa!J work be awarded to the low bidders as follows: BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION A. Emmert & Son, Grlnnell, Iowa .................. $10,346.24 Passed and approved this 30th day of March. 1942. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth Co. By: J. H. FRASER. Chairman. Attest: E. S. Klnsey, Secretary. Motion by Helken and second by Qulnn that the following resolution l>o adopted : ' RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED by the Kossuth County, Iowa, Board of Supervisors at a special meeting this 30th' day of March, 1942, that an Embargo Sign be placed on all County Trunk and Local County Roads in Kosauth County, Iowa, placing the load limit of 8,000 pounds including weight of vehicle. Ayes: all, Motion by McDonald and second ay Qulnn that the salary of Lloyd 5tebbins, janitor at Court House, be set at $86.00 per month. Ayes: all. Motion by Heiken and second by Qulnn that Board adjourn to April 1, 1942, 9:00 o'clock a. m. Ayes: all. J. H. FRASER. Chairman. Attest: E. S. KINSEY. County Auditor. Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa April 1, 1942 9:00 o'clock ai m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Heiken and second by }ulnn that Charman J. H. Fraser be- and is hereby directed and authorized to sign contract with Florence Construction Company of rKompson regarding work on Drainage District No. 82. Ayes: all. Motion by Qulnn and second by Cosgrove that the contractors bond of Florence Construction Company of Thompson, Iowa, in the amount of $1,000.00 be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald ant) second iy Heiken that a paupers notice be served on the following named per* sons: Clarence Wells and family, rohn Zylstra and family, and Ida Hiblerr Ayes; all. Motion by Quinn and second bv Helken that Lots 15 and 16 Block 2 Calls 3rd Addition to Algona In- corp. be Bold to H. B. MoMurrav 'or the sum of $100.00 and that Chairman Frascr be and is hereby directed. and authorized to sign a Quit Claim Peed of conveyance of county's interest in said lots. Ayes: On Motion Board proceeded to Audit *nd Allow bills a.s per "Schedule of pifti-b^einafur written W. W r vest, fees ...t 273.20 Julia B. orton, assist in supt. office 14.00 Shirley Stephenson, assist. In supt. office 31.66 A. K. LauHtzen, travel exp. .. 40,6u Caroline A. Kollaflch, assist. in recorder office 28.75 J. J. JJooley, office exp 23.95 L. A. Wlnkel, Office exp 54.87 Farle. Miner, guard at airport 76.00 D wight C. Webster, guard at airport 75.00 II. C. Nemmers, labor 16.00 J. H. Welp Printing Co., sup, 2.06 L. W. Holley & Sons Co., sup .86 Sioux City Stationery Co., ,sup 12U« Bancroft Register, sup 111.71 Jenkins Fergemann Co., sup. 6.60 Wesley News World, print- Ing 4.00 Titonka Topic, printing 10,63 Whlttemore Champion, print- Ing 23.78 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., sup. 628.41 C. S. Johnson & Son, sup. .. .36 Missouri Kansas Chemical Co., sup 180.37 4.84 3.35 3.30 10.311 2.66 6.50 3.90 1.25 416.66 4.00 1.30 8.00 2.80 1.2K 10.00 Lalng & Muckey, sup. ... Geo. W. St. John, labor . Albert H. Hagg, labor . Botsford Lumber Co., sup. Kohlhaas Hardware, sup. .. V. V. Naudaln, sup 216.39 Funk & Delm, sup 5.43 C. W. Pearson, Treasurer, adv. bounty 51.92 It. A. Evans, coroner fees .... 7.25 Delia Welter, j. p. fees .... 2.50 Ernest G. Thlel, const, fees 2.55 C. H. Dstwnkle, j. p. fees .... A. J. Cogley, sheriff fees ... A. R. Moulds, marsh, fees.. Kossuth County Farm Bureau, approp E. P. Hansen, quar. exp. .. H. C. Allen, quar. exp O. H. Graham, sup E. S. Klnsey, mileage .... Browns Studio, pictures .... Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, O. A. A exp. INSANE FUND A. J. Cogley, trip to Cherokee 10.80 T. B. FUND Dr. E. J. Capeslns, T. B. inspect 138.30 Dr. J. B. Wlnkel, T, B. Insp. . 86.20 Dr. M. I. Liehter, T. B. insp. 197.10 ,Mlke S. Arerd, Indem. cattle 9.91 Loren J. Brown, Indem. cattle 46.87 Myron J. Melnzer, Indem. cattle • 13.04 Alfred J. Grill, indem. cattle 93.20 Otto A. Laabs, indem. cattle 42.99 Lawrence O. Miller ,Indem. cattle 31.50 ' BANGS DISEASE FUND G. G. Wilhelmi, Indem. cattle 62.50 Edward Fitzgerald, Indem. cattle 87.50 Adelbert H. Hanna, Indem. cattle 17.70 Theodore O. Jacobsen, Indem. cattle 12.60 Arnold H. Schlltz, Indem. cattle 160.49 DOMESTIC ANIMAL FUND Bertha K Johnson, listing dogs 30.90 J. R. Cogley, listing dogs .. 2.70 Ray A. Clark, listing dogs 2.90 W. C. Stamer, listing dogs . 2.50 J. E. Smith, listing dogs Harry Schroeder, listing dogs Donald A. Blanchard, listing dogs D. C. Ellis, listing dogs L. A. Haglund, listing dogs . Camilla Cooper, listing dogs Ihno A. Gerties, listing dogs. Frank W. Elbert, listing dogs Frank W. Elbert, listing dogs R. E. Hansen, listing doge . A. H. Hanna, listing dogs .... Eleanore F. Potter, listing dogs O. W. 2.90 3.00 1.40 1.00 5.90 3.20 2.20 1.90 1.90 11.40 12.10 10.00 5.60 11.50 . P. * Norfliwesr?' 'peiGr'eie' pa, tele. «erv. . , . ..... , ....... V.*l* JUebUna. ajjy. salary . City of AlfonoT'liffSt wro Whlttemore Champion, sup. . W. W.- SuIVvan, f. T£, jjost- 86.44 ?|.JJ- 744 Berggren, listing dogs Will Chrlatenson, listing dogs Michael Helderscheld, listing dogs 10.50 Robert Bunkofske, listing dogs 12.30 Linus Vaske, listing dogs .... 7.50 Oscar Frandle, listing dogs 9.50 L. C. Hut'chlns, listing dogs . 9.50 John Heetland, listing dogs .. 10.10 W. H. Pallerson, lisllng dogs 9.80 Hugo J. Faulsllch, lisllng dogs 12.30 Ed Chambers, lisllng dogs.... 8.60 Hollls Benscholer, lisllng dogs 8.90 Emll Elmers, listing dogs .. 9.10 Olio Wolf, listing dogs .... 9.60 Herbert J. Schillz, llsling dogs 9.60 Wm. Hammer, llsling dogs .. 9.40 Joe Crowley, llsling dogs . 8.90 John Geishecker, lisllng dogs 6.80 John A. Brink, lisllng dogs 1.90 L. H. Junkermeier, lisllng dogs 7.70 C. F. McGregor, Using dogs 10.20 D. C. Gardner, lisllng dogs 9.70 Henry C, Nelson, llsling "dogs' 11.40 George Baas, listing dogs . 9,90 W. L. Reynolds. listing dogs 5.90 L. A. Barslou, lOetlng dogs 7.90 CONSTRUCTION FUND H. F. Schullz, circulating road petition not allowed H. M. Smith, salary 265.00 John D. Fraser, salary 135.00 Whittemore Champion, printing 73.20 Barton Warner Prod., sup. .. 630.41 H. M. Smith, salary 265.00 John D. Fraser, salary 135.00 • MAINTENANCE FUND Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., tele, serv 14.87 City of Algona. light serv. 19.43 Hubert Mergen .patrol 100.00 Harry Helmke, patrol .. i... 183.95 Ralph Markla, patrol 104.00 Archie Dodds, patrol ..'. 104.00 Ed Fuchsen, patrol 80.00 Bert Shellmyer, palrol 104.00 Joe M. Esser, patrol 104.00 Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol .... 96.00. Tom Weir, palrol 104.00' Dlarence Hentges. patrol .... 104.00 James Kelso, patrol 100.00 M. L. Worby, patrol 117.82 Mllo Patterson, patrol 104.00 Clifford Holmes, patrol 104,00 Peter Movlck, patrol 100.00 2. H. Cooper, patrol 48.40 Dick Baade. patrol ........ 51.70 Joseph M. Studer. patrol .. 104.00 J. E .Falk, patrol 117.00 Oliver Young, patrol 100.00 A. J. Hlldman, patrol 100.00 John Stolt, patrol 88.00 L>em Slockwell; palrol 100.00 James M. Long, palrol , 104.03 Doyal Sanders, palrol .... 104,00 Joe H. Cullberson, palrol ... 104.00 Olaf Oftedahl, palrol 104,00 Calvin Householder, patrol.. 104.80 Alfred A. Schullz, palrol 44.00 Merwln Marlow, palrol .... 52.00 Joe Welch, palrol 104.40 Alvin Ewlng, labor 16.75 Verne Molinder, palrol .... 104.00 Clyde Sanders, palrol 104.00 Elmer Ewlng. palrol 108.00 Hugh Butterfleld, patrol ... 104.40 W. E. Meyer, labor 24.60 Roelf Miller, patrol 100.00 Jack Hahle, labor 10.60 Waller L Johnson, labor .... 17.60 Charles Hoffman, labor .... 7.00 S. D McDonald, labor 17.5.0 Alex C. Miller, labor 17.60 J, F. Smith, labor 7.00 Bill Muckey, labor 17.60 Henry Tjaden, ,labor 6.00 "Henry PJaiser. labor 2.00 Bancroft Oil Co., sup 696.28 C. W. Pearson, Treas., adv. freight 6.09 W. A. Murray, sup 26.00 Botsford Lumber Co., sup.. .66 Kunz Gran Co., sup 6.39 V. V. Naudaln. sup 44.3'4 Dutch's Super Serv., sup 46.33 A. C. Hench, sup 8.76 Funk & Deim, sup. ...... l.S!) Kossuth Motor Co., sup 3.76 Kohlhaas & Spilles, sup. .... 11.70 Patterson Electric Shop, sup. 2.10 W. G. Flafg, SUP ,. 61.83 J. M. Blanchard, sup 1. 109.46 Greenberg Auto Supply, sup. . 81.12 Phil C. Liehly, sup ,,.. 13.40 Stott Hardware, sup 23.34 Central Auto Electric Co., SUP. '., 29.70 W. F. Smith Tire & Battery Co., sup. .,.,.,.. 12.00 McCormlckrDeerlng Store, sup. 22,52 Standard Tar Products Co., sup. .,,.....,;.... 49,60 G6reat Western Laboratories, sup. . 4.88 3.30 24.66 BUP. ***>. ..*,.,«,*«,*. Alt DO H. J'T^nk Distributor, gup. . 84.76 Arnold Motor. Sup., «up. ,.,. 73.87 Twin Disc Clutch Co,, gup, .. 20.40 Glbbs Cook Tractor Co, sup. . 676.08, yt. Poajre Machine & gi|D- Co., SUP, , ,.... 186.46 J. p. Adama Co.. imp, .,.. 64.8| Herman It BrownCo.. »uj». . 26.78 Globe Machine & Sup Co, *up, ?«. Sargent Machfn* Co., »up. ,, 372.44 Paper/C<Umen«on Op., «up. .. 807-0T Waterloo Constructton^Co., . W*' t,u i^gw^-ifc-'m'EJ * i*** y M * * f /m' *° "•" f * f 'M'? "m?um T^.^S???. ,r& .f?* S -"*85 00 mm»m, mivm '- t r~ -TI^WB •^,5J 3 ~-r — .tr-li.-!^ f -ft IJ5*|jp,y,- ( I- sue ,.. _ George Noone, labor tor.' NO. 7-^- , Dick Baade, labOr O. H. Cooper, labor Dr. No, ,18— Dick Baade, labor ...... c, H. .Cooper, labor Siott Hardware! sup Dr. No. 78— Dck Baade, labbr C. H. Cooper, labor ,...,... Stott Hardware, sup. .... Dr. No. 80— • George Looft, labor •„ 11.TO Dr. No. 86— Dick Baada, labor 4.60 C. H. Cooper, labor ........ 4.00 Dr. No. 90— ' Dick Baado, labor ft.76' C. H. Cooper, labor 6.00 Dr. No. Ill— George Looft, labor 14.86 Dr. No? 114— Kossulh County Malnten- . ance Fund, sup. ........ 164.30 J. I. Merryman, labor .... 88.4S Dr. No. 116— Kossulh County Maintenance Fund, sup 186.78 James Kelso, labor 4.60 Dr. No. 141— Dick Baade, labor 2.25 Stoll Hardware, sup. ...... 2.71 Dr. H.-K. No. 3-46— Dick Baade, labor 9.61 C. H. Cooper, labor 8.6b> John Slott, labor ... Stotl Hardware, sup, Dr. W.-K. No. 3-46— Ted Gerdes, labor 12.81 Geo. Snilth, labor 24.76 POOR FUND Stamp Issuing Officer, prOV. 392.00 Stamp Issuing Officer, prov. 12.0ft Hoods I. G. A.., prov. 78;45 Stevelis Community Slore. prov. 20.00 Callles Bros., prov. 16.00 Aim & Boles, prov. ........ 8.16 Wilson W. Brack, prov. ,9.64 Brooks Super Markel, prov. . 12.24 C. S. Johnson, prov. ..,...., 13,24 Ray Priebe, p.rov 7.14 Burl Creamery, prov 11.20 Whlttemore Creamery, prov. 2.80 Joe Schmltt, prOv 3.16 Fred C. Huettner, prov 6.90 S. & L. Co., clothing 4.78 W. A. Murray, fuel 62.16 Paul Ernst, fuel 2.01 Whlttemore Lumber Co., fuel 49.40 Botsford Lumber Co., fuel ,. 26.77 Rock Island Lumber Co., fuel 38.85 O. P. McDonald & Co., fuel .. 29.65 F. S. Norton & Son, fuel .. 7.14 Quaker Oats Co., fuel ...... 6.10 V. V. Naudaln, fuel 7.14 Kunz Grain Co., fuel ...... 7.14 Farmers Exchange, fuel .... 7.14 Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, med not allowed Dr. J. P. McManus, med 6.00 Dr. R. L. Corbln, med 6.00 Dr. R. A. Evans, med. .... 5.68 Dr. H. D. Meyer, med 37.00 Dr. P. V. Janse, med 9.60 Dr. M. G. Bourne, med 101.60 Dr J. N. Keneflck, med i 117.60 Dr. W. D. Andrews, med, .. 117.00 Dr. J. A. Mueller, med. .... 106.00 Dr. C. H. Crelzmeyer, med. . 124.60 T. F. Mitchell, glasses 27.00 Lusby & Glossi, med. sup. 26.01 K. D. James, med .sup. .. 10.55 Griffith Drug Co., med. sup.. 10.21 LuVerne Pharmacy, med. sup 6.34 D. D. Monlux, renl 10.00 Mrs. W. A. Smllh, rent .-... 20.00 Donald E. Cook, rent 10.00 L. W. Fox. rent 10.00 J. H. Sheridan, rent 10.00 F. O. Hakn, rent 10.00 E. Ross, rent 10.00 C. W. Nlcoulln. rent 10.00 Lydia Relnhart, rent 10 00 Jakob Keller, rent 6.00 C. B. Chipman, transp 6.20 A. J. Corfloy, Iransp 33.9& Ella Brlggs, care 22.00 SI. Joseph Mfercy Hospital, hosp. care 6.0ft University Hospital, hosp. •;• care 25 General Hospital, hosp, care 156.00 Kossulh Hospital, hosp. care 228.60 Ella Briggs, care 26.00 Mrs. Lena Meyers, care .... 15.00 Mrs. J. S. Draper, care .... 14.00- Nellie Fischer, care 18.00 Mrs. Augusta Beltz. care .. 10.60 House of the Good Shepherd. t care 20.00 W. G. McCullough, transp. . 23.60 L. M. Merrill, burial 67.00 Deparlmenl of Social Welfare, blind aid 18.61 Mildred Aman, salary ...... 65.00 Lyle M. Peddlcord, mileage . 42.40 Marvel Dote, mileage .... 26(.70 Marvel Dole, salary 75.98 Lyle M. Peddicord, salary .. 150.00 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., tele, serv .18 County Farm— Lelghton Supply Co., sup. .. 2.BQ Register & Tribune, subscrlp- . ' uon .! --7.00 L. E. Stephens, light serv. . 66.07 Ben Bakken, salary ., 66.00 Roy Larson, salary ,.. 80.00 Sorensen Grocery Co., prov, .118.06 Algona Bakery, prov. 17.90 Hub Clothiers, clothing .... 6.49 Graham Store, clothing ''.-8,i81 Dr P. V. Janse, med 27.00: Lusby & Glossi, med. sup 6.60 K. D. James, med. sup 3.28 Milwaukee Lubricants Co., sup. 26.33 L. W. Fox. yet. serv. 48.76 Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup 13.75 McCormlck Deerlng Store. sup. '1.28 Xossuth Motor Co., sup 2.96 Dulchs Super Serv., sup. . 30.40 Bancroft OH Co., sup 28.68 Sargenl & Co., sup 7.60 Walter Vaudt, sup 49.GOi RESOLVED: That the County Aud- lor is hereby authorized to issue; warrants for all bills allowed at :his meeting as per "Schedule of; Claims" hereinbefore written. Motion by Qulnn and second bjs- Cosgrove thai Ihe Board adjourn. Ayes: all, J. H. FRASER. Chairman. Altest: E. S. KINSEY. County Auditor, Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa, * April 6, 1943 ' 9:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all mem- >ers present as follows: Fraser, Mo- Donald, Helken, Qulnn and Cosgrove. Absent: none. • Motion by.McDonald and second )y Cosgrove that the minutes of he last regular session and all adjourned sessions be read by the secretary. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Qulnn that the mlnutee of the last regular session and all adjourned sessions sland approved as read by Ihe secretary. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Cosgrove lhat the following re» porls be approved: clerk's report of fees, recorder's report of reea, sherlffs's quarterly report to supervisors, auditor's report of fees, and Mayor A .J. Chritsensen's annual report of fees collected, Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Qunin that Josie M. McEvoy be given a refund of $1.60 and that $10.50 be abated for 1941 : tax on Moneys and Credits on a mortgage listed which was paid in 1940, Ayes; Motion by Quinn and second by Cosgrove that a refund of 166.26 be made to R. C. Goetsch, Fenton, Iowa, for personal tax paid in Fenton In- corp. for the year 1940, as recommended and approved by the Fen* ton, Iowa, council. Ayes: all. ' On motion Board proceeded to Audit and Allow bills as per "Sored, ule at Claims" hereinafter writtoci COUNTY FUND K'. W, Sullivan, P. M,. post* age ,, , , 6,06^ Alma, c. Junkermeier, salary , 10.0$ Advance Publehing Co., board proceed. ...,.,.,..,. 867.71 John G, McDowell, conduct spelling contest ......",,. 10.00 Algona Upper Des Molnes. bpard proceed, ,, ..,,, J08,»l Swea, cfiy Herald, prifoi ' '* ing -..',. ,.,,,,, 7,, fcO Luyirne News, printing Lakota Recbrd, jprte J, HJ. Weld* Priw sup. ..,..,,,... Koch Brothers, ev Fidiar _& Obam

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