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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 23, 1942
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TH« Algotta Upp^r D^ Moines^ Algona, Iowa, June 23,1042 LEDYARD TAKE OVER SCRAP RUBBER DRIVE Ledyrifd: Patrldtism flSred In the younger set the past weik, wltli the used rubber cry tinging In their ears. -.With quantities of scrap rubber collected and more being uri-> •earthed, Ledyard can credit much of the work to the smalt boys and :glrls ,ln the community wh«v have entered whole heartedly In the tsearoh for rubber. Of course the added pennies jingling In their pofi- ketslftre an Incentive but they aro without a doubt doing their share :ln bfaii campaign.' JBVerydire has cooperated Well, both young and iold, Jn the Ledyard .community in this 'drive. ^THOMPSON VISITS SOUHER HUSBAND IN CAMP Mrs; Kenneth Thompson left on Frld&jt-from SiouX'City in dompany with three other soldiers' Wjyes for Camt> Grant, 111., to visit Ii4r husband for ten days. Kenneth's parents, the George Thompsons, and Milton Thompsqrtjjipftane and Mrs. K. M. Thompsdtt plaft'tci visit 'Ken;* neth very sop'n'. ,-fl,t^Catap. Grant, •before ihe is located::1n^:.ant)theT; camp. ;:..f : *'.'. '' ' ••' ';.''. LEDYARD BO^Mr^SENGER IN NATIONAL CAPITAL i fWdrd has tieen.; received,.Itliat Joseph, young .son. of Mr, arid Mrs. Henry Dyer, Who is spending the summer In Washington, D. C., has employment with 'the Western ^Union Company; Joe delivers messages to the various floors of the Senate Chamber.;. He. works from ,11 a. .m. until 7:30 p. m. with Sundays oft. Fre.d Dutton attended the annual Dutton family reunion at Algona, Saturday. [Doris Welfare, Edythe Logan and Wallace Mayne spent Friday at the Frank Kelly home. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson visited at the C, R. Mason home at Clear Lake Thursday. Harold Herzog and Howard Jen- n were at Sioux Falls, S. t>., last week seeking'employment. MM; Henry Fry, Mae Welfare, Frances; and Margaret Tfahnke were business callers in Blue Earth Thursday., Mrs. Li. D. Mayne, Mrs. Gelhaus and Mrs. Ervlrt Klinkslek we're business callers In Burt and Algona Wednesday. Strs. Veriiofl Stehle and daughter, Mrs. Asa Warner and Mrs. Henry Frye~spent Tuesday at the John Krebsbaugh home, near Swea City. Mrs. Steve Powers and daughter, iCjathefeirte, Of Lakota, were callers In Ledyard Thursday. They attending the" W. S. C. 8. meeting at the Methodist church. , 'Mrs. Harry Schroeder and three children and Jeanne and Carolyn Thompson visited at the home of Harry Schroeder's parents in Swea City Monday afternoon. . Mr. and Mrs. Bill Behrehds of Chicago spent the past week with Mrs. Behrerrd's mother, Mrs. Gus Anderson. Mrs. Behrends is the former Evelyn Erlckson. Forty-five guests gathered at ths Frank Kelly home Sunday for a Kelly family reunion. Relatives attended from Rodman, Whltte- rftore, West Bend and Fairmont, •Minn.' », •*• c&tf bitted Red Cross meeting 6f Hebron and LedyarH townships was held "Friday aflternoori, the .members spending the afteriioon piecing baby quilts. The next meet- Ing .will be held July 10. Mrs, Vernon Stehle of Washington, D. C., spent the last week vis"- Iting her aunt, Mrs 1 . Asa Warner and friends in- Ledyard. Mrs. Stehle Is employed, in the Treasury department in Washington. Mrs. Maynard Warren and Wanda Berhow were visiting friends in Ledyard Thursday. Wanda ,who is now working in Washington, D. C., formerly worked for the Boudyre & Carpenter hardware store. * Mrs. Dunham and Doris Dunham of Waterloo spent Wednesday and Thursday at the D. B. Mayer home. Mrs. Mayer returned to Waterloo with her mother and els' ter on Friday visiting there unti Sunday. USED MACHINERY r ^_ r? , • ;</•-."< Mr». F. E. Sawyer and Mrs. JOB Kelly spent Dodge. Thursday "at Fort Louise MftgnusoiTls taking her, •acatlon this week from the Iowa State bank. ' ' Mt. and Mrs. W. C. Uowel spent the week end at their cottage at Clear Lake. Mrs. W. C. trelaii's circle of the W. S. C. S. of the M. E. church- wiHl have a picnic at the Call 'ark tonight (Tuesday). Mrs. Louis Verveer of Des Moines spent the week end at the home of her father, R. P. Zerfass. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Wander and son of Cedar Rapids were in Al- jona Monday calling on friends. Mrs. E. E. Attclspn will entertain the members of her sewing club Wednesday afternoon at her homo. Mrs. Phillip Scheme! returned on Saturday after spending two weeks with relatives in Des Moines and Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert went to Swea City Monday to spend a few days with her sister, Emma Anderson. Geng- Hutchlns, Harlan Slgsbee, Merle Pratt, and Kenneth Knud- seir spent the week end at Oko- bojl fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Wra. C. Dau and children, Evelyn and Billy, left on NOTES. Kenneth Kjnudsen, Merle Pfatt and Richard Keen spent Friday In Des Moines where the former two attended a refrigeration meeting and Richard visited with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Orover of Sioux Oity spent Thursday evening and Friday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown. Mrs. Grover Is' Mrs. Brown's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schuler and son of Waterloo spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr. Mr. Amfahr is a Fuller Brush salesman in this territory. Mr. and Mrs. Duanc Dewcl, T. H. Chrischllles and Dr. Karl Hoffman returned Saturday after spending the week at Cleveland, Ohio, where thcfy attended a Kiwanis convention. Mrs. Earl Sarchet and her two daughters of Mason City spent from Friday until Sunday at the M. G. Bourne home. Mr. Sarchet, who is Mrs.'Bourne's brother, came for them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Bishop of Superior, Wisconsin, arrived an Jo* Greenberg went to Chicago Sunday to .attend a meeting of scrap material men called by the OPA. Marion Billing of Den Moines spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising, Mr. and Mrs. Bay Ladcndorf and Delores Dedlin and Joan Hoffman went to Okobojl Sunday ahd will stay until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rassmussin of Wllmar, Minn., were week end guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hermanson spent the week end at the Norton cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mr». Wilbur Scoring of Emrnetsburg 1 spent the week end at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Otto. Mrs. Nellie Garber of Albert Lea, Minn., came Sunday for an indefinite visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Attelson. A 7 Ib. 15 oz. baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Swanson Thursday at the Kossuth hospital and has been named Joan Diane. Mrs. Buth Ktoitelgh entered the Kossuth hospital Thursday for medical treatment. Mrs. Kinteigh Saturday for a two weeks' vacation home her husband for a ten day or •~ r,. . L_ lt*m itmnlrts* trl ttlf ^Jft* lift! nt*n irn * ' ' _ f IILCUlV^tll bfc «Cl>VU»\il»».! *»i.»wi •.«..--,>—- o — Thursday evening to spend a few makes her home with Mrs . E . j. days at the'home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. R. H. and A. A. Bishop are brothers. Mrs, B. A. Galbralth will go to Minneapolis Thursday to bring In northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown at- two weeks' visit. Mr, Galbraith has been confined tt> a hospital in Minneapolis for some time. tended a district county agents' ...... . ,„ „* meeting Saturday afternoon and David Hutchins, son of Mr. and Two 8-ft McCormick .binders ' One 10-ft McCormick-Deering binder. These binders, are completely overhauled. " One steel wheel wagon _ .•:•'-. "Twd 18-30 I. H. G/ tractors Two No. 4 McCormick-Deering mowers ' One McCormick-Deering No. 4 separator One 1942 Oldsmoblle car with four new tires and new , "• . battery, , ' f I .;; • McCormick-Deering Store ALGONA Phtfne Si Walt Hall, Mgr. evening at Charles City. Adah Carlson accompanied her sister, Mrs. John Jordon, to Rochester last week where Mrs. 'Jordon went through the clinic.' Mr. and Mrs. 'Mel Falkenlialncr and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce left Saturday for Coeur d'O'Reilles, Wis., on a week fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. David Martin, Jr., of New York came Sunday for a visit With the former's parents, Rev. and Mrs. D. R. Martin. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dahlhauser moved Sunday of last week to Austin, Minn., where Mr. Dahlhauser is employed at the Hormel Packing Co. Dicky Bell, five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell, is spetid- Ing the week at West Bend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shell- myer. Mrs. Jessie Dalzlel and daughter, Mrs. Pearl Potter left Sunday for Waukegan, Illinois, for a week or ten days visit with relatives and friends. Robert DeBolt and family of Frozen . ' ' • i • . • • . * . ' :' : ' ' . , ! ' ','Have Now Beerf Released by the Government Permitting Us to Sell a Ldmitied Quantity .Cl) , 4 ><£\ V Metal Slat Venetian Blinds ' Nationally Famous "MeAallte" by • Flexible steel slats that won't warp or break, • Baked enaniet that won't crack or mid to. so easy to, ' ' «' • ' . -k. p, x &-s« Columbia's J Thrifty DwfftHe* \aljp,, available at special' sayings during thif S a|e,, ', 'V- , ' While our allotment lasts, we offer you these famous blinds at $4.50 • for the 10 sq. ft. minimum REGULARLY $5.50 • Beautiful molded Jiead- ^ bo» conceals all mecfa- , anjsm. • Automatic Safety • Worm (few- tilting d*. vice, • Wide yarfety of da* ana tenet color .combinations. This is Fo9ltivfly 4 yoiMr'Last Opportunity to •Ijjy.Mfctal $iaf BJtods for the PHP THf BUT s^r flIPP IMP ^^B f ^^^W^^ ^NW^W^ ^P ^^^W^W ^^*l ^^F 'Hr vf Wewton have moved to Algona where Mr. DeBolt will assist his father at the O. K. Rubber Welding shop. Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Volzke and son Charles left today (Tuesday) for a three weeks' .vacation... Rev. Volzke is the pastor lof the Bap L tlst church. Mrs. B. lu Gorr of Jollet, Illinois, arrived Sunday for a visit at the home of her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. Gorr is the former Ruth Bishop. f Mr. and Mrs. George Brothers of Pensacola, Fla., • visited briefly last i week at the home of the former's parent, Mr., and Mrs.; Fred Brothers In Algona. Wm. Kohl 'and Jim Stebbins are new clerks at the Gamble store. They started work last week. Milton Giddings of Wesley is also one of the newer clerks there. % Pvt. Walter Beardsley will leave this evening (Tuesday) for Chanute Field, Rantoul. III., after spending a'15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley. Wayne Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore, returned to Fort Davis, North Carolina, Thursday after spending a few days here. Wayne is in the coast artillery. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and family lefltt Monday 'for ,Ames, where Mr. McDowell will attend a three day meeting of the Presbytery Synod. Mrs. McDowell and the children will spend the three days at Iowa Falls. Russell Sands, son of Mrs. Mary Sands, left Monday noon from Mason City for North Carolina ^where he Is stationed lit the army. He had spent a few days with his mother, Mrs, Mary Sands. Russell .enlisted Dec. 28th and Is a radio operator mechanic. Mrs. H. E. Rist returned'Sunday from Rochester, Minn., where she had been with her brother, C. W. Nicoulin, who underwent an operation for gall bladder trouble at the St. Mary's hospital early last Veek. "Cliuck", who is one of Algona's popular real estate men, is recovering nicely, and will toe home in about two weeks more. Mrs. Eugene Hutchins, and Robert Hutchins, son of Donald Hutchins, will spend the week end at Clear Lake with David's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark of Des Moines became the parents of a son, June 10. He has been named Mark Walter. Mrs. Clark Is the former Gladys Bieghler, a teacher in-the Algona schools. Pvt Lewis K. Ferguson, son of Mr,s. Wm. K. Ferguson, has been transferred from Ft. Frances E. Warren, Wyo., to Ft» Stonnan at San Francisco. Lewis is the super- tendent of construction at the camp. Bernard J. Dahlhauser, who has been employed at the Hood Gr.i- cery store, left Sunday of last week" for Webster City, where he has accepted a position with the Selby, grocery company. His wife and family will remain in Algona for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell took their daughter, Lois, to Des Moines Saturday where she took a train for Washington, D. C., where she will be employed with the Federal Bureau .of Investigation. Lois, Who was to start work Monday, was to be met by Dorothy Butts, who is employed at Washington.' Leroy Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams of Plum Creek township, is-now stationed at Santa Ana, Calif. He Is an Aviation Cadet and is starting his. primary training there. Mrs. Adams is attending Iowa State college, this summer term and making her home with her .parents in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thomas Jackson and son of Shreveport, La. arrived last week for a visit with relatives. Their Infant son was baptized at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage Thursday evening. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs, Clarence MacumbeV of Algoni and Mrs. Dorothy Mae Hanson of Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney spent from Saturday until Tuesday of last week at West Union at- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney. Harry and Glen are brothers. Harry operates a garage at West Union. Gllmore. Mrs. Lewis V. McWhorter left the first of the week for Colorado, vhere she will visit her husband nd her daughter, Jane. She will eturn next fall. Margaret Hcard«n, Alice Dorn, and Sheila Wassenberg all of St. 'aul spent from Thursday until Monday at the home of Mr. and itrs. Li. E. Linnan. Mrs, CJlyde BWenour Portland Twp, Mr, a.nd'Mrs. JJerman Dau and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Helen Wilburn all of Arkansas, arrived at the Wm. Ringsdorf home for a visit Thursday afternoon, They will spend some time here with relatives and friends. The Pprfcland Progress club met at the Victor Fitch home for a picnic Thursday evening a^ seven o'clock, Fifty-five parents ana children attended and a very fine supper was served. Afterward some played ball and others visited until darl?. , Several people from here attended 4 B,urt-P*rtland township meet- Ing at the Burt hotel Wednesday evening when County Agent-A- L. Brown, Algona, explained in detail the causes and results of IB* flatten, One cause, is the increase in the jtfpney received in incomes •an.4 the reduced supply which can be bought. Deflation In post-war time is bgu.nd to follow inflation during war. One. can pay on debts «ajlly 4urlng inflation but will find it difficult to £alsb up with th deflation pricea. Ntoe w«p and feu; W9m» represented tfte tW° ftt Doug Frazce was calling on Algona friends last week end. Doug has completed a pharmacy course at Denver and Is now stationed at Fort Crowder, Missouri. Doug was formerly employed at the Gamble store, Friends here have received the announcement >of the marriage ol Miss Rhoda Anderson to Wilbur O. Bowers on June 2 at Lynwdod Calif. The new Mrs. Bowers formerly taught fifth and sixth grades at the Third Ward school here. Miss Lois Colwell, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell, left last week for Washington," D. C., where she has accepted a position witfli ithe federal! bureau of Investigation. Lois Is a'graduate of the Algona high school and attended Dakota Wesleyan for a year and Iowa State Teachers College for a year. / Opftl Meyer underwent an operation Saturday at the General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Moore and sdri, Paul of Eyanston, 111., • spent the week end at the home >of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mrs; Moore is Mris. Murtagh's slater. Paul is in the navy and is stationed at Norfolk, Va. Meredith Raney returned Sunday from Clear Lake after spending the week at camp there. Millicent Righter of Iowa City, daughter of Professor Righter, came with her and will visit Meredith and at the home of Rosalie Swanson. Lt. Letghton Misbach was visiting friends for a few hours in Algona Friday afternoon. Leighton is still at the Reception Center at Minneapolis, CMlnn.., and was returning from Oklahoma where he had taken a contingent of troopj. Mir. and Mrs. Nyle Latch spent the first of last week at State Center at the home of the latter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bicn- sen. Mr. and Mrs. Biensen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Latch to Okoboji, where they spent the rest of the week. Mr. Latch is employed at the John Deere store. Mrs. Arbadee Mlddlekauf ot Des Moines spent the week end with her father, A. L. Long. Mrs. M-id- dlekaufs son, Charles, returned to Des Moines with her to live. Mrs. Doris Pitcher returned to her home in Burlington today (Tuesday) aft- r spending .several weeks here. ILr. Long will spend Thursday and 'riday in Cedar Rapids visiting Is son, Jack. A family picnic was held at the ess Deem home on Sunday. Those ttending were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. and daughter returned Thursday rom Washta, Iowa, where they had spent several weeks at the home of 'the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Slgsbee and daughter, Ruth Ann of Fort Dodge and Patricia Hull of Humboldt spent the week end in Algona vis- ting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Finn and Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson __,Jt Saturday evening for Lake Wlnnebigoshish, Minn., where they will spend several days fishing. Mr. r and Mrs. H. Lu Gilmore and son, Ed., Betty Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck and Mr .and Mrs. W. L. Jensen spent the week end at a cottage at Lake Okobc'ji. Mrs. Hugh Herman came home Thursday after spending a few days in Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. George. 'Eilvfldge of Perry, Iowa, spent an afternoon with her there. Mrs. Margaret Diailey came on Sunday from Kewanee, 111., for ah indefinite visit with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey. Mrs. Dailey's home is at Fronta, Calif. Mrs. M. B. GriRin and daughter, Kathleen, left this morning (Tuesday) for Salem, Mitchell, and Plank- ington South Dakota, where they will visit relatives and friends for a week. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, Jr., and baby daughter came Wed nesday to spend the summer with his father, George Hackman, Sr George, ,Jr., is.a-teacher at Knox vllle,- Tenn. Dean Mawdsley, son of Dr. and Mrs. Howard Mawdsley of San Ma teo, Calif.,- came Friday for the summer at the Clarence Mawdsley home, toean Is a junior in the San Mateo high school. Mrs. Ira Kohl, Mrs. H. It. Gibsoil and Mrs. L. C. Hanson spent Thursday in Mason City. Mrs. Kohl attended a- Mercy hospital banquet and Mrs. Hanson visited her daughter, Mrs. Maurica Mortensen. Mrs. T. F. O"Halre and daughter, Ann, of Washington, D. C., are expected Wednesday for a visit of several weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Mrs. Hajold Dnjlns efnttertajined the girls in her Sunday School class of the Presbyterian church at her home at Hobarton. Mr. Dains'class of boys joined them the latter part of the afternoon for a picnic supper. Ronald Lavrenz returned to Camp Polk, La., Sunday after spending ten days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz at Burt and with his wife at the"home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Otto at Algonai; Lorraine Tlerney of Des Moines and John Cosgrove of Eldora spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Bridget Tobin. Mr. Cosgrove, who is a teacher at Eldora, during the winter, returned to with Miss Tierney. Des Mofnes Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June RACE AGAINST TIME.' as T/rri wins life-and-dealh [ battle for prairie, water ri<~ right si y, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, June $8-28-S0-July 1 n A to vfgpQQ opsj , QJT -pE'A" Y*J» Heflln Jp -ipp KUJ <5W>VE Carbuhn of Walnut, Mr. and Mrs. Ewlng Lowe and children of Atldn- tlc, Miss Kate Schoehewe and Mrs. Andy Schoenewe and children of Ev- erly, Mr, and Mrs. Hrfle man and Betty SOfthren of burg, and Mr. and Mr8. Louis Scheet and children of Fairmont, Minn* VsS. ELECTRIC ^ FANS NOW is the time to prepare your home for cool relief before hot weather really takes hold. Electric Fans 2.8S to 10.00 OTHER SEASONABLE ITEM$ Hudson Summer Hog Waterers ___$3.35 '0. K. Summer Hog Waterers .$3.50 Plymouth Hay Rope per 100 ft. $6.00 Fly Nets __pair $3.95 \ Kohlhaas Hardware SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT of C W Penrson, Treasurer or 'Kossiitli County, fo'wn for the period from Jnn. 1st, 1942 £o May 31st, 1W2, Inclusive. a™. * mnu E>^rm e\tf A n f<fllT1sr T61 I«V Viri^Tia • Fundx — Motor Vehicle Use Tnx I'crinunent School Terui>ornry School General Stnte nevenue Solfller'H Itonus Old Age Pension liuvlne T P. General County ' County Cash Roail Hond ---Court Expense ............. Cou nty Poor ............... County School . .............. State Insane .......... • ..... Soldier's Relief ............. Advance Taxes ., ............ SetondJiry Road Const ruirtlon .Secondary Rood Maintenance Domestic Animal ........... Emergency .................. Pair Grounds ............... Homestead Exemption ....... Institute ..................... Primary Road Bond Redempt School Districts Library ... Special Building ........... County Insane ............. Secondary Road Redemption Secondary Road Assessments Cemetery ................... City Specials ................ Corporation Funds ......... School Diet Funds ......... Drains— Balances ......... ... Overdrafts ...... TOTAL BALANCES ---- ..... Overdrafts .......... ^- TOTAL ............. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS BY Unlnbce ' Balance Jan. 1, 1042 Receipts Dlsburs. May 31, 1942 '$0857.173 ¥7241870 $0458240 $ 40 420 VJ $ 1 093 58 927 59 2 521 17 * 38 810 3D 9 030 20 $ 45 000 00 $ 3 455 56 ., $ 2145815 $ 59007 $ 170133 $ »7? S» $113 147 42 $ 28 030 25 $ 14 700 54 $128 411 IS $ 7 OfO 21 $ 8 303 82 $ 10 Sf S 15 37B 2tt ' $ IOC 74 * 78232 $ 81770 S 71'80 $ 442434 $ 242106 $ 200588 $ 4 240 12 $1558150 $4990470 $ 48 5S9 10 $ 10 897 25 $ r» 775 89 $ 1 105 78 $ 407011 $ 92 941 48 $ 113 89 Hi 2 250 00 $ 90 805 B7 S 7 451 90 1 210 72 $ 1 288 15 $ 7 374 63 $ 22 145 45 $ 39 832 18 $ 25 393 12 $ 36 584 51 $ 1 248 43 $ 7 003 74 $ 7 033 34 $ 310 US '.. $ 11 073 50 $ 6 518 44 $ 1 975 03 $ 15 610 »tt $ 3 300 45 $ 3 284 35 $ 1 258 01 J 5 050 11» $ 990 93 $ 054 80 ? 880 74 $ 764. WS> $145 752 32 $ 57 579 52 $ 15 B50 57 J187 782 BT $12051784 $10904708 $ 49 024 00 • $180 540MB S 3G9720 $ 375300 $ 857 81 S 0 41« 40 $ SI (»4 03 $ 24 159 72 $ 13 21 $107 161'14 $ 22115 $ 241597,$ 2 216 49 $ 420 «« $ 2 90 $ 62 066 96 $ 02 066 00 $ $ 32320 $ 442 03' $ 108 90 $ $ 10875 $9112500 $90:95500 $ $ 2 on 02 $ 12 74 $ 1 264 03 $ $ 44B 01 $ 446 01 •, . •:• $ 5 417 98 $ 3 435 50 $ 1 64 '$ 8 851 93 •i. DO S6n tat 338 tQ. 80 IX . 9 390 88 123 $ 2 170 71 $ 7 225 17 .. $ $ 16814 $ 155011 $ 150481'.$ $ 589581 $ 408198 $ 4TO2 €0 » «2» 98 $ 4 409 62 $ 34 728 OS $ 36 810 49 . # 2 3ZI 81 $ 28 103 28 $280 342 8» $294 I»2ve8 $ 20"2JB 51 $ 81 310 05 $ 45 797 65 $ 41«32«fl8»^ ffi'OT2 00 S 132 92* , ... $ •- 2»i27* $874 688 00 ' :• S988 724 18 $ 132 92' 2» 27» $874 555 14 $905 378 18 $853 238 48 $986 694 8V RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS Prom Delinquent Tuxes Pcnultv Interest & Costs Drainage Taxes *jj City Specials ....'. Highway Receipts:. '.-. • • • • • • • • Gasoline Tares ..-.'. <•--••• Old Age Perialon Motor Carrier ...;.... Primary Hood Bond Redempt. Cigarette I4c?nseg ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Beer Licenses Principal of School Fund Teachers Examination Fees Sale of Motor Vehicle Lice. Fines from Clerk Of Court . Fines from Other' Officers Dog Licenses RECEIPTS Amount On hand January 1st, 1942 $ 874 55a 14 From Current Taxes 1941 , 578 064 «U - — 7 Otto 83 1 446 71) A 0411 K 4 OS1 VW 7 220 17 34 764 04 f 88 3H l B6tf as PI ISO Ptt 25 00 50 00 8 130 20 18 00 72 4l8 70 807 31 90 50 3 415 00 1 078 11 440 00 2 198 85 040 21) 101 00 25 2 104 50 1 357 20 7,'! 50 62 066.90 927^6!) 054 81) 15 441! 12 2 924 00 10 4.L'1 31» interest on School Fund, Teachers Examination Sale of Motor Vehicle DISBURSEMENTS . Amount State Treasurer's Receipts ..... r; ........ $ 18 082 40 County Auditor's Warrants .............. 143 413 07 School Fund Loans ...................... 45 000 TO Drainage Warrants, Bonds & Interest.. . 4018131 Interest on County Bonds ......... ....'. 2 26O 00 Primary Road Bonds Bedeemed ,.....:. 80 000 m' Interoation frlmory Koad Bo«(ds ....'....:• 10 905 0» • City 8neci«4s ,,,, , .-.. A. i.-vi.v;. •.-*.;,.. . . . • 4 022 e» ' Qraerg 6fl Co, Treas. by Mayors of Cities '•''••'• and Towns ......... . ............ 36 77H 00 Orders on Co. Treas. " by Presidents of __ ,: . School Dlst ....... ---- ...;. ...... 2WWPJ 0 ; Township Clerks Receipts .".y». ......... 1 Bi>* W Sec'y .of State Receipts for '.Motor/ Vehicle cettses Advance Taxes • Care of Patients nt State Insttltutldfls Care of Patients at County Institutions Sale of Produce from County Farm Sale of School Books Fees from County Auditor Fees from County Treasurer Fees from County Recorder Fees from Clerk of District Court Fees from Sheriff Homestead Credit Use Tax Advance Taxes Miscellaneous Receipts <. Transfers—Auto Fees Other Transfers TOTAL ACCOUNTED FOR .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'. '....*! 83» 03s 3B • TOTAL ACCOUNTED FOE $1 83» 03S 32 Algona, Jowa, June 10th, 1942 I, C. W. Pearson, Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby certify that the report given above Is a correct summary of the business transacted by me .as said treasurer during the period herein specified. p..p SnM 'County Treasurer GET YOUR SCRAP RUBBER INTO THE BIG SCRAP: HURRY! Your country needs every bit off old rubber you can dig up., and it may avert gas rationing! • PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has asked every American to get into this Scrap Rubber Drive. Here's a real opportunity for you to help speed the day of victory. Turn in your old rubber and help "give the Axe to the Axis.f And also remember, this drive may avert gasoline rationing. The need for this rationing in the Middle West U based not on a shortage of gasoline but on a need to save tires for possible future war use. If enough scrap rubber is provided by this drive, nation-wide rationing of gasoline may be avoided. The petroleum industry has offered its thousand* of service stations aa convenient collection points during the drive. When you bring your scrap rubber to your Standard CHI Dealer, or to any other service station, the rubber will be weighed and you'll get your money at tfot tim* NQ oil company will receive one penny profit for this service. Each will turn the collected scrap rubber over to the government-and be paid for it at the rate of $35 per STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) BRING If fO YOUR fTANPARD OIU ton (2000 pounds). The difference between the < we pay and the amount Uncle 5am,pays uf ho*, pledged to the' USOi N«vy Relief, Amy Relieft American Red Cross. The fuccess of ^bj» drive—Usability of yncle'fl8>mi avoid the necessity of j^soUne r0pning^Tinay well 4f pend «n the copperatiop of ewsMy jwtrio.dc citiiea, CM| in the scrap rubber! „ ,; , QM't 4ihy! Bring th. rubjwr ?«4ey f» II 9 fttvmi for ywr itilifiMMt^l^ yowr "" STAN'DARD SfRVICt

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