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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 21, 1942
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 21,1942 SENECA YOUNG LADY PREPARING FOR AIRCRAFT JOB Seneca: Beulah HartshOfit, who has been vacationing at the home of her parents. lit 1 , arid Mrs. Roy Hartshorn, has been awaiting a call to enter the Civil Aeronautics debt, at Kansas City, where she will receive training In aircraft communications. Previous to this she has conducted a beauty shop at Spencer for the past four years and previous to that worked several years at Algona. She sold her shop to enter this civil service work. Last 'Sunday a family get-together was planned In her honor at the Hartshorn home. Guests Included: Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mayne and family tot Armstrong, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Mayne and."family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne and family, Edyth Logan of Ledyard, "Allen 'Looft of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Anderson and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zlelske and family, and Dolores Mayne of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trenary of Tltonka. They all enjoyed a picnic dinner 'on the Hartshorn lawn and spent the afternoon socially, Mrs. Emma Anderson of Dubuque arrived Tuesday evening at the home of her 'brother and family, the Martin Wilbergs. She plans to re- fc^ea City: Swea, City reaches the half century mark on Thursday of this Week. It was on July 23, 1892, that the town plat was recorded, having been surveyed by order of the'Northern Iowa land and town lot company. The name Reynolds Was Used to designate the town for the first few months, but In February, 1893, the name was officially changed to Swea City. This name la an Americanization of a Swedish word "Svea", Which translated roughly means '"benUtlM home- and" and is used as an affectionate term for the mother country. The preponderance of Swedish settlers accounted for the choosing of this name'. The coming of the Burlington, Jedar Rapids and Northern Rail- Way (now the Rock Island) caused the town to be founded on Its pres- jnt site. For several years Armstrong was the end 'of this railroad. main for about a week. Helen Patterson Gllchrlst left the parental Patterson'home Monday for Brooklyn, N. Y., Where she plans <to be with her husband, who is stationed at the Naval Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. Stokes and daughter, Lucretia, of Fairmont, were last Sunday dinner guests at the Virgil Moore home. Marjorie Moore accompanied .them back to Fairmont for a weeks visit. Wayne Wilberg spent Wednesday and Thursday at Mason City. He was looking over prospects of continuing his college work there this fall. He has had one year of engineering at Waldorf college at Forest City. . - ' ricking roofs is like picking a good horse; pedigree counts. The Barrett pedigree is backed by 85 years of manufacturing experience and recognition as the greatest name in roofing. 'boss" sense it is, to Buy Barrett £ 1 dependable As- gles and Roll ,f ' . 'The cow at Renr i jtsford Lbr. Co. Phone 256 Jim Fool Swea City Reaches Half Century Mark Thursday The iflrst building was a land office, the first train arrived In December, 1892, and the first school was taught by the late Mrs. C. F. Buker In the kitchen of her home across the street from where the town's fine school plant nOw stands. The first church was the Baptist church. The Northern Lumber company, and the Col-Operative Cieam- ery company are among the town's older business firms, and the Commercial hotel, erected in 1303, is stlllin use for hotel purposes. The sons and daughter of the late S. P. Haglund, pioneer merchant, are among those who still live here after fifty years of continuous residence. Until the entry of United States into the war, there had een considerable Interest locally in ob-. serving the town's golden jubilee With a celebration of some sort. Plans for such a celebration have now been abandoned because of tha war situation. Mr.-and Mrs. Dale Estle of DCS Molnes visited over Monday night at the Roy and Caleb Hartshorn home. Mr. Estle is a brother of Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn. On Tuesday they drove on to Ledyard to visit other relatives. . Marjbrle Osborn assisted her grandmother, Mrs. Chris Madison, with the house work several days last week. The Bates girl who has been working at tfie Madison home, was called to .her home due to the Injury which her father received In an automobile accident, A thresher meeting was held at the Clarence Osborn home Tuesday evening. Earl Crouch will furnish power for the outfit and Mlllen Jensen will be machine man. Due to the change from standard to war time, it was decided to eat/dinner at one o'cock and work until seven at night. 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn entertained Wednesday ^vening in honor of their son, Lloyd's birthday anniversary. Guests Included his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. OsTjorn, Mr. and -Mrs. Lester Os born and daughter, Janice and Fern Letcher. Ice cream and birthday cake was enjoyed. Tiommy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore, suffered a deep cut on his right temple when be fell from a ladder, which he had 'built and put up against a wall to test lt§ strength. The ladder was well built but he didn't gauge theright angle In setting It up and it came down with him on It. A trip to the doctor was necessary, due to the depth of the cut. LONE ROCK BOYS HAVE HONOR CAMP. WIN BLUE RIBBON .Seven scouts from Lone Rock re- retunred Sunday from-Camp Nlt- Ta-Ton, Boy Scout camp ne ar Fort Dodge. .- ••• . • /The boys were awarded a blue ribbon for having the honor camp. This is the highest award of the three that were presented among the 14 troops attending. Donald Nelson was awarded his first class badge at a Court of Honor on Sunday. The other scouts who attdnded camp ane Donald Bierstedt, Charles Hawks, Warren and Wjllard Thompson, James and Marlyn Jergensen. Rev. C. S. White- Douse, neighborhood commislsoner for Lone Rock and Fenton, spent the week in camp with the boys and Louis Rilley, scoutmaster, at Lone Rock spent Saturday land Sunday In camp. Ay the boys reported having a swell time;. atthe Kmty. >, then LOOK AT THE PRICE SAMSONITE ^350 LADIES' WARDROBI The women's wardrobe case carries up to twelve dresses without a wrinkle. Richly lined, with ample space for accessories. CHO/C* OF BROWN/ HUt OR (VORV MEN'S TWO- SUITER Carries two suits on hangers* wrinkle-free! shirts, ties, shoes I CHPICI Qt IRQWN, v TITONKA GARDEN CLUB HOLDS PARTY FOR MRS. BRUNS lUtonka: Twelve members of the Victory Garden club had a farewell on Mrs. H. A. Bruns Friday evening. They had a pot luck picnic on the school house lawn and the evening was spent visiting. Mrs. Bruns was presented with a gift as remembrance. The H, A. Bruns family moved to Mason City Saturday where Mr. Bruns and his son, Paul, are both employed. Warren Reed, Des Moines, was a caller at the Howard French home Thursday., Mr. and Mrs; O. J. Rlppentrop of Lakota spent Wednesday at the John K RippentrOp, *Sr., home. Fourteen members of the senior high school class of 1940 had a picnic at the Burt Woods Friday evening. Mrs. Frank Fisher and children Russell and Amy, and Mrs. Wm, Rlcklefs were Mason City shoppers Tuesdiy. Mrs, Fred Adamson is at the Clifford Ringsdorfs since Wednesday taking care of the new baby and mother. (Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and children spent Thursday- with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton. The ladies canned 'beans. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken accompanied Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Plaisier to Mason City Friday where they transacted business. David and James Honken, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken spent Friday with their uncle anc aunt, the Arthur Petersons at Woden. N Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and three daughters accompanied Mrs. Guy Barton to Forest City Friday where they transacted business and did spine shopping. Arthur Loats has been home recuperating since Wednesday. He left for Mason City Saturday evening, where he Is employed at the National Tea Store. Lorraine Kuchenreuther resigned from her positon as waitress in the Wilson cafe Saturday. The new waitress, is Minnie Tapper. She will 'begin her duties on July 25th Mr. and Mrs. Max Sievers and daughters, Ruth and Margreta of Mt. 'Vfernon, Bowa, spent Friday night with the Wm. Rlcklefs' family. The Sievers were former residents of Tltonka. Mrs. John -Fisher who has been with her mother, Mrs. Ingana ol Oceanslde, Calif., the past year, arrived in Tltonka Thursday. Her mother accompanied her here and will visit relatives. Mrs. F. G. Elliott and children left Wednesday evening for Thompson, where they -will visit and help out at the A. M. Friest home until Sunday evening. The Friests are Mrs. Elliott's parents. Mrs. Herman Tapper of Thompson spent Wednesday night with her sister, Mrs. Harold Miller and on Thursday afternoon Mrs. Miller took Mrs. Tapper to Algona, where she will spend a few days with Lora Jean Smith. > Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson, Wesley, were dinner guests of the Wm. Wards Wednesday, Mr;;. Richardson stayed for the day and the Wm. Wards took her back in the evening and also attended the band conert at Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ward'have received word that^ their son, Fay, has landed in Pearl Harbor. He enlisted in the navy in September, 1941, and -graduated from the Naval Pier in Chicago. He is now an aviation machinists mate. Mr. and Mrs. pen U. .Meyer and Marjorie returned home Thursday from Sioux Falls, S. D., where they visited with Mrs, Meyers, mother, Mrs. Haken, and Vdolet. They alao transacted, business at Castlewood. S. D., where they have a_farm. They were gone five days. PERFECT PERFORMANCE Ttok *fo» imj& vto you ttijwl, «i|!i Swww&e SSw»liM lws?&* Up » tta «BifflW» »$«il J - ! -™ r ^ i rf - - - fli- MRS. H. W1NGERT, ALGONA.SPEAKS TO SEXTON WOMEN Sexton: Mrs. Martin Mimbach entertained the Sexton Woman's home project group on Tuesday afternoon at her home. Roll call was answered with unusual 'questions and ansWercd by members of the group. Mrs, Harvey Steven gave a sketch on the History of Canning. Mrs. Michael Wlngert of Algona gave a very interesting talk on the Life in Panama, giving emphasis on historical spots and sanitation and native customs. She has lived the*re for two years, as her husband Is in the navy, but is living here during the duration. She stated that she really enjoys Panama and hopes some day to return there to live. Mrs. J. A. Rlggs presented pictures taken by her son, George, an engineer In Panama, now to illustrate Mrs. Wlngert's talk. A picnic lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. William Kirschbaum have both been on the sick list (Miss Theckla Aman of Mason City was a Tuesday afternoon call er at'Sexton. Miss Marie Pfeiffer was a caller at the home of Mrs. William Green Thursday evening. Mrs. Mary Kaln has her daughter, Mildred, from Waterloo visit- ing her. She arrived Friday evening. Mrs. Leo Steven and litfant son returned to their home near Hutchins Thursday from the Kossuth hospital. (Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters called at the home of Mrs. D. Voss at LuVerne Friday evening. Charles McMahon-, who Is in the coast guard at New Orleans, La., arrived home Thursday for a visit with .friends and relatives. Farmers in this vicinity at'e in the full swing of harvesting. So>.ne combines are going to be used and quite a few fields of oats are not In shock. Joseph Krleps and Ruth Forburger visited Mrs. Joseph Krleps at the Mercy hospital in Mason City Tuesday. Mrs. Krieps is slowly recovering from a major operation. ....Mrs. B. E. Sanders has been enjoying several quarts of strawberries the past week picked from her everbearing strawberry patch. Mrs. Harvey Steven brought a dish of fine boysenberries to the project meeting on Tuesday from her boy- senberr'y bushes. Mrs. Leo Schrleber, Mr. and Mrs. George Weist and Mrs. C. F. Bender left Tuesday morning enroute home to Henderson, Minn,, via northeastern Iowa after a week end visit at the Martin Mimbach-. homo. Mrs. Schrleber Is a daughter of Mr. Mimbach and Mrs. Weist is a sla- ter. BOARD PROCEEEDINGS 1 Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa June 29. 1942 9:00 O'clock A, M. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnr that the following permits and bonds be approved: Bernadlne Allen, Cigarette Permit and Bond. Walburg's Cafe; Wm. B. Devlne, Cgarette Permit and Bond and also Cla&s "C" Beer Permit and Bonl, St. Joe; P. -J. Waldron. Cigarette Permit and Bond. Chrome Cafe; B. A. Giulerlan & Mary. Guderlan, Claps "C" Beer Permit and Bond. Galbralth; Cecil O. Bailey, Cigarette Permit and Bond and also Class "B' Beer Permit and Bond; Mary McKenna, Cigarette Permit and Bond anil also Class "B" Beer Permit and Bond; U. B. FrankI, Cigarette Permit and Bond, and also class "C" Beer Permit and Bond: Nick Genff- ler, Cigarette Permit and Bond anil also Class "B" Beer Permit and Bond, Lotts Creek Store; Paul Ernst. Cigarette Permit and Bond, on Highway No. 109. SW corner of Section 13. Hlverdale Township; Wm. Hammer. Cigarette Permit and Bond. St. .Toe; and Harold McDonell. Cigarette Permit and Bond. NE corner Secton 0, Whlttemore Township. Ayes: all Motion by, McDonald and second by Cosgrove that the resignation of Trade Holtzbauer. Deputy Clerk of District Court be accepted as of July 1st, 1942. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that the appointment of Alma. Pearson as Deputy Clerk of District Court to fill the vacancy paused by the resignation of Trncle Holtzhauer be approved, and thai the offlclal>Bond of Alma Pearsor In the amount of $1.000.00 he approved, and salary be set at $105.00 per month. Ayes: all. "Motion by McDonald and second by Helken that the Final Estimate of John ScV. urnacker on Secondary Road District No. 593 as per gravel contract be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Qulnn that Lot 7 of Block 1. Steven be sold to Lawrence Bosma for the sum of $26.41 and that Chairman Fraser be hereby authorized and directed to sign a Quit. Claim Deed tif conveyance of said above described lot. Ayes: all. Nayes: Nclne. Motion by Helkon and second by Cosgrove that Secondary Road Petition No. 595 be placed on file. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second hy McDonald that a refund In tlie amount of $3.68 be made to Nick' M. Arndorfer for erroneous nayment of Old Age, Pension tax paid for Sister M. Marcelllnl In Prairie Township In 1935. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Quinn that the 1935 Road Poll Tax. penalty and Interest charged Against Victor Besch In Whlttemore Town- shin be abated. Ayes all. Motion by McDonald and second by Cosgrove that Board adlourn to July 1st, 1942, 9:00 o'clock a. m. Ayes: all, J. H. FRASER Chairman. Attest: E. S. TCINSEY, Secretary. "Auditor's Office Algona. Iowa Julv 1st. 1942 9:00 O'clock A. M. Board "of Supcrvsors met pursu ant to adjournment with' all members present. Motion by Helken and second by McDonald that transfer of $20.000.00 be rrtade from the Emergency Fund to the General County Fund. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that the following, reports be approved: Recorder's Report of Fees; Clerk's Report of Fees. Sheriff's Quarterly Report to Board of Supervisors and Auditor's Report of Fees collected. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Helken that the following appointments be approved: Mary Sands. 1st. Deputv Treasurer. Rosella Voigt, second Deputy and Alma Junkermeler as Auto Clerk. Ayes: all. Motion by Qulnn and second by Helkon that the Indemnity Bond of Orvllle Thoreson In the amount of Ten Dollars and 80 cents ($10.80) be. approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Qulnn and second by Helken that the followng resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the Board of Super- Visors of Kossuth County, Iowa, have accepted the offer of $273.07 from William Grlmmelmar. of Elmore. Minnesota, for Lots 9, 10 and 11 of Block 3 Original Plat of Stev- P. J. Helken, comm. and session 207.10 J. F. Qulnn, comm. and session 181.65 W. S. Cosgrove, comm. and session 152.16 W. E. McDonald, comm. and Session 180.36 J. H. Fraser,, comm. and session 210.56 A. J. Cogley, bd. and lodge prisoners • 59.80 A. J. Cogley, mileage and Invest, fees 146.60 •A. E. Laurltzen, travel exp. 15.90 .7. J. Dooley, office exp 1.25 L. A. Wlnkel, office exp 51.41 Dwlght G.Webster, guard at air' port ; 75.0'l Max Bartholomew, guard at air port 75.00 Bancroft Register, board proceedings 160.94 Algona Upper Des Molnes, board proceedings 302.70 Advance Publishing Co., board proceedings 185.59 Fenton Reporter, printng ... 16.90 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup. 3.82 Lorlng Supply Co., sup 4.92 Fldlar & Chambers Co.. sup. 33.28 Jenkins Fergemann Co., sup. . 1.63 Hoffa Typewriter Exchange, sup 11.22 Klpto Loose Leaf Co., sup. .. 294.82 American Legion, election pent 4.50 Orvllle Thorson. dupl. warrant 5.40 C. W. Pearson, Treasurer, adv. bty 63.66 Irvln Schmidt, .bty. .'. 30 Duane Koestler. bty 1.10 Everett Thompson, bty 1.50 Vernor. Potthoff. bty 1.50 Norman Bruns. bty 1.00 Norman Bruns, bty .60 Harold Swanson, bty 1.60 Darold Gabel, bty .70 Charles Hertzke. bty 1.50 Charles Hertzke, bty. 1.50 S. W. .Bruokhausen, bty .... .30 Judy Schroeder, bty 30 Geo. Gallagher, bty 1.00 C. H. Ostwlnkle. j. p. fees.. 21.50 A.. J. Cogley, sheriff fees .... 6.35 A. R. Moulds, cons, fees 2.70 Mrs. Andrew Beck, witness fees i.oo Harold Kramer, witness fees .50 Delia Welter, j. p. fees 3.50 A. R. Moulds, marsh foap- . . .85 Funk & Deim, sup. ..«k... 1.60 Lalng & Muckey, sup. .... 8.68 Kohlhaas Hardware, sup. .. 3.S7 Botsford Lumber Co., sup. .. 6 63 Dr. R. M. Wallace, med. ... 24.00 Mrs. Georgia Chapman, con- n *uct 8th. grade exairis ... 1.80 .A. .1. Krause, mtg. 2.00 P. H. Jensen, mtg 2.00 Wilbert Holldorf, mtg 2.00 , IT RESOLVED, that CKnirman Fraser be and is hereby^ authorized to sign a Quit Claim Deed of County's Interests In said above-mentioned lots. Vote: Ayes: all. Nays: none. Resolution declared adopted this 1st day of July, 1942. Motion by Cosgrove and^second by Qulnn that Helken be appointed to make necessary repairs on the following drainage districts: No. 80, No. 103, No. 85 and No. 82. Ayes: Motion by McDonald and second by Helken that the Beer Bond In the amount of $1.000.00 and filed by the Algona Country Club be approved. Ayes: all. . . Motion by Qutnn and second >>v Helken that the salary of Mary K. Sands. 1st Deputy Treasurer, be set at $110.00 per- month, the "alary ot Rosella Volgt. 2nd Deputy Treasurer, be set at $110.00 per month, .and thi salary, of Alma Junkermeler, auto CJerk he iet at $75.00 per month, salaries starting th« 1st day of July, 1948. Ayes: all Motion pv Qulnn and second, by Co'sgrove thai the application for Cigarette cermlt and bond of Ira W' Kanseri, Burt, Iqwa, be approved. On' motion Board proceeded to audjj; and. allow WHS as per "Sche- Hije pf CUIws" fcerelr-after writ' COUNTS" FOND i *H1«§LHi** ~ ' ' '.#Q, N. Ooche. mtsr. 3«or»« Qrlese s mtg: * A. £PDJ>. Printline ™Ki * i - w , w uHIy»n; P. M,, |ypt AUfQBa. llsftt *erv. 19 2.00 2 00 4.65 4.75 4.fif; A. E. Mitchell, mtg. A. H. Krause, mtg. ..' Wm. Runchey, mtg John Frideres, mtg .I.olin Bormann, mtg Kossuth County Farm Bureau, approp 416.67 Macmlllan Co., sup 396.54 Jos. Herman, apiary Insp. .. 62 84 Burroughs Adding Machln« Co., sup 25.60 Haggard & Peterson, rent .... 7 00 A. H. Borchardt, sup 900 COURT FUND F. Hi Kemls. court reporter 17.46 INSTITUTE FUND Bureau of Educational Research & Ser.. sup 23.47 INSANE FUND Katharine McEvoy. clerk's fees 13.50 A. J. Cogley, sheriff fees .. 11.80 T. C. Hutchison, comm. fees 9,00 Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, exam. physidian 9.0)0 T. B. FUND Thomas Johnson, indem. cattle 9.74 BANGS DISEASE FUND Mike S. A rend, Indem., cattle 9.63 Martin A. Dreyer, Indeni. cattle 12.60 Alvin L. Rasmussen, Indem. cattle 23.84 Gerald G. Wilhelml, indem. cattle '. 76.00 CONSTRUCTION FUND M. T. & John T. McGuIre, grading 4241.48 H. M. Smith, salary 265,00 John D. Fraser. salary 135.00 E. H. Wray. rodman 76.00 Jim Merryman, bridge, insp. 160.00 Peter Schmit, gravel land .... 315.00, Milo Patterson, patrol 128.00 Melvln R. Hawks, patrol .... 104 00 P. H. Peterson, checking gravel • 93.20 Hoenk Motor Serv.. storage . 6.00 Kirk Auto Co., sup.' 4.53 J. C. Jergens. gravel 206.90 Concrete Products Corp., sup 504.51 MAINTENANCE FUND Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., tele, serv 16.99 C. W. Pearson, Treasurer, adv. freight % 11.18 Wm. J. Mayer, labor 18.18 City of Algona, light serv. . 8.08 Tom Weir, patrol 80.00 Bert Sheilmyer, patrol ...,,. 104.00 Clarence Hentges, patrol .... 86.00 Ralph Markla. patrol 104.00 S. D. McDonald, prftrol ..,,.. 104.00 Hubert Mergen, patrol 104.00 Archie Dodda,patrol 104.00 Joe M. Esser, patrol ,. 104.00 Harry Helmke, patrol , 17S.76 Ed Fuchsen, patrol 12MJO Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol ,... 120.60 lames Kelso, patrol 92.25 M. L. Worby, patrol ,,,... 120.10 Peter Movlck, patroj ...... 10880 llifford Holmes, patrol ...... 118,20 Joe Welch, patrol.'.",., 105.20 Elmer Kwlngv patrol 117.-)0 Hugh Butterfleld, patrol 105.20 Verne Molinder. patrol .,,,.. 92.80 Clyde Sanders, patrol ........ 106.80 Roelf Miller, patrol .,...,.. 106.20 W. F. Schrader, patrol ...... 52,00 Alfred A. Schuitz, patrol .... 60.00 Joe H. Culbertaon, patrol ,.,, 40.00 Doyal Sanders, patrol ...... 84.00 Calvin Householder, patrol . 50.00 Rudolph'Fisher, labor ••...., 24.00 James M. Long, patrol .... 85.60 Henry Fisher, patrol ...,..,, 60.00 Ola; Oftedabl, patrol ..,-,..,, 60.00 Charles Osborn, labor ,.*,.., 46,97' :.em Stockwell. patrol ...... 105.60 J. B. Falk, patrol ..',..,.,. 119.70 John Stott, patroj ....,...',. 104.00 A. J. H Idman, patrol ...... 10.4.00 3ick BajMJe, Iftbor ...,...,., 59.85 H. Cooper, labor ....,,., 60.00 Waterloo Construction Co.,' . .BUP 187.80 American Holse & Derrick Co., sup , . 4l?.70 Retco Alloy Co., sup 100.97 Thompson Tards Inc., sup. .. 8.00 8. A. Hlrner, sup 92.00 DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. 4— Kossuth Co. Road Malnt. Fund, use of dragline 36.00 C. H. Cooper, labor 2.00 Dick Baade, labor 226 E. G. Stenslrom, labor .... 4.HO Charlie Stone, labor 4 00 Joe H. Culbertson, labor .. 4.00 J. M. Long, labor 4 00 George Looft. labor 7 2U John Welch, labor «.'40 Northern Lumber Co,, sup. 3.72 Dr. No. 7— Dick Baade, labor 9 00 C. H. Cooper, labor 8.00 Dr. No. 9— James Kelso, labor 15 75 Clarence Hentges, labor .. 14.00 Dr. No. 12— George Looft, labor 12.50 John Welch, labor 10.00 Dr. No. 20— Dick Baade, labor 18.00 C. H. Cooper, labor 16.00 Kossuth Co. Malnt. Fund, use of dragline 36.00 Concrete Products Corp., sup. 131,00 Dr. No. 31—. George Looft, labor 8.00 John Welch, labor 6.00 Dr. No. 33— Dick Baade, labor 2.25 C. H. Cooper, labor 2.00 Dr. No. 60— Northern Lumber Co., sup. . 2.00 Dr. No. 69— W. F. Schrader, labor .... 24.00 Henry Fisher, labor 13.50 J. M. Long, labor 8.00 Alfred A. Schuitz, labor .. 32.00 Doyal Sanders, labor 4.00 Calvin Householder, labor '. 32.00 Dr. No. 72— Doyal Sanders, labor 16.00 Olaf Oftedahl, labor 36.00 W. F. Schrader, labor .... 24.00 Alfred A. Schuitz, labor .. 18.00 J. M. Long, labor 4.00 Calvin Householder, labor .. 18.00 Andrew Elbert, labor 36.00 Concrete Produces Corp., labor : 81.40 Dr. No. 76— Dick Baade, labor 2.25 C. H. Cooper, labor 2.00 Dr. No. 80— George Looft, labor 31.05 John Welch, labor 23.60 Dr. No. 82— George .Looft. labor 10.70 John Welch, labor S.40 R. Pomeroy, labor ..: 23.20 Thco. Dorenbush, labor .... 23.85 Buffalo Center Lbr Co., Sup 74.5 Dr. No. 83— James Kelso, labor 2.25 Clarence Hentges, labor .. 2.00 Dr. No. 86— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer .. 13.05 Homer Nolle, labor 3.00 George Looft. labor 14.40 John Welch, labor 12.SO Dick Baade, labor ........ 225 Dr. No. 86— C. H. Cooper, labor 2 00 Dr. No. 90— Kossuth County Malnt. Fund, use of dragline .... 45.CO Buffalo Center Lumber Co., sup 1.59 Dr. No. 91—J Dick Baade, labor 20.25 C. H. Cooper, labor 18.00 Tom Ell-efson, labor 6.: J .0 Dr. No. 102— George Looft, labor 13.15 John Welch, labor 10.80 Dr. No. 135— Buffalo Center Lumber Co.. sup. .,, 1.53 Dr. No. 160—i Thompson Yards Inc., sup... 1.8.1 Dr. No. 165— George Looft, labor 19.45 John Welch, labor 16.40 Dr. No. 166— George Looft. labor 15.20 John Welch, labor 10.10 Northern Lumber Co., sun. .72 Dr. No. 170— Dick Baade, labor , 4.60 C. H. Cooper, labor 4.00 Kossuth County Malnt. Fund, use of dragline 36.00 Dr. H.-K.'No. 2-36— Merwln Marlow, labor .... 8.21 Kossuth County Mtillr:*. Fund, use of dragln* .... 254.1'l Geo. Gerdfis. labor 20.64 Wm. J. Wood, labor 2.31 Dr. H.-K. No. 3-40— Geo. Gerdes. labor 21. Dr. H.-K. No. 7-120— Jerry B. Knapper. labor .. .77 Dr. W.-K. No. 35-89— Kossuth County Malnt. Kund, use of dragline .... 18.3! Geo. Smith, labor 3.49 A. E. Quamme. labor 4.36 Dr. W.-K. No. 68-136-S- Geo. Smith, lafior 15.39 A. B. Quamme, labor 19.23 Julian Larson, labor 2.62 POOR FUND Whlttemore Creamery, prov. 3.10 Dr. R. R. Wiston, med 70.00 Dr. G. W. Darnell, med 10.00 LuVerne Pharmacy, med. sup. 6.12 Sisters of St. Francis, school books 16.75 Slaba Funeral Home, burial 15.00 E. E. Sapp, rent 20.00 Stamp Issuing Officer, prov. . 263.00 Stamp Issuing Officer, prov. . 28.00 Quaker Oats Co.. fuel 8.61 Anderson Jack Sprat, prov... 18.87 Henry Kleper, prov 6.00 Swartfager Groc., prov 16.00 Fr.ed C. Huettner, prov 6.00 Whittemore Creamery, prov. . 3.00 Burt Creamery, prov 17.00 S. & L. Co., clothing 5.09 Whittemore Elevator, fuel .. 7.60 Botsford Lumber Co., fuel ... 19.57 Dr. R. W. Beardsley, med 8.00 Dr. R. L. Williams, med. .. 60.00 Dr. J. W. McCreery, med 14.10 Dr. R. L. Corbln, med 13.50 Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. .. 85.50 Dr. Pierre Sartor, med 94.25 Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, med. .. 3.50 LuVerne Pharmacy, med .sup. 7.91 E. W. Lusby, med. sup 19.77 K. D. James, med. sup 1.12 University Hospital, hosp. care 50.08 Ella Brlggs, care 26.00 Lyle M. Peddlcord, salary... 75.00 Marvel Dole, salary 80.00 Mor'rvel Dole, mileage .... 25.76 Lyle M. Feddlcord, salary adv. 150.30 Bertha Dettman, labor 10.80 J. A. Llndebak. labor 12.35 House of the Good Shepherd, care 20.00 Swan Funeral Home, burial . 65.00 D. D. Monlux, rent 10.00 Lyde Relnhart. rent 10.00 Jakob Keller, rent 5.00 Henry J/Klelne, rent 10.00 Department of Social Welfare, Blind Aid - 19.70 County Farm—Roy Larson, labor 90.00 Ben Bakken, labor' 65.00 Clarence Hentges, labor .... 2.00 Funk & Delm, sup 1.40 F. S. Norton & Son, fuel .... 314.94 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co.. tele, serv 2.06 f/. E, Stephens, light serv..^ 30.84 Hobarton Eelevator, sup. ... 246.77 C. S. Johnson, sup 106.11 E. H. Luedtke, sup 2.00 Hub Clothiers, clothing 24.7« Dr. P. V. Janse, med 33.00 ommodlty Credit Corp., sup. 114.10 [Catherine Park, misc. exp, ,, 7.50 rc D. James, sup 1.37 Swift & Co., sup ., l.on [Cohlhaas Hardware, sup. ,... 9.85 MaCormiok-neerlnJg Store, sup. , ,.,,, 1.28 Bancroft Oil Co.. fuel 28.62 RESOLVED: That the County Auditor Is hereby authorized to Issue warrants for all bills allowed at this meeting as per "Schedule of Claims" herelnbefore written. There being no further business »< this time- It was moved and seconded and carrle4 that the Board adjourn to Call of the Auditor. Aves: all. J. H. FRASER, Chairman, Attest: p. S. KINSEY, Coimty Auditor. Council Minutes ,8« 3.10 SAO r. 1 Merryw*?. bjl'djre work • • «05-*f Fohn Schumacher, graveling? 1,805.72 Thompson pjjjfrib.u,tin»; Co., Mc0ormicfc-ii»8Vii)it Store,' sup. i.«4 Arnold Motor SffiP..gV .'.... ,U»T.l J Jack Lynch, ^yp..." l.«* »r«Snbsws AjiFft awn., sup, ,. 85188 Jorftern>»njbeir Co.; «5p, ', W#l rbompspn rardj Inp., gup, t otsfprd Kiwnb'er Co., »i»p" Barto5f % - ? * rlffS ^' llB June ?§, The City Council met at the City Ball in regular session ljaaj} ju chair. The resent were 9116 76.26 75.00 74.90 89.20 116.55 21.00 72.50 55.00 11.20 72.58 77.50 95.00 66.95 80.00 40.00 1.83 1.83 1.83 179.76 110.19 65.00 703.04 342.99 8.92 39.69 6.02 33.56 3.94 '2.76 1.39 .40 6.84 49.86 5.86 .50 3.24 53.88 9.50 1.53 86.69 C. bailey, salary and overtime --------- .— Tom Halpin, salary and overtime _.* --------Walter Gorman, salary _ C. C. Wright, salary and overtime -------------- 2arl Bowman, salary and overtime ------ j. Wm. O. Ludwig, labor__ I. S. Barton, salary ---1 E. Stephenson. salary Chester Webb, salary __ 'rank Ostrum, salary and overtime ------Foe Dunn, salary and overtime ----------1 S. Roth, salary -----1 U. Pollard, salary ---- ra Kohl, salary and overtime ------------Adam Carlson, salary.. ..eo J. Lutker, eng. ---- lerman Lyons, salary — Chas. Harvey, salary — Tohn Helmers, salary __ 'etroleum Products, oil- C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight ___ .......... 321.92 'ulton Iron Works Co., eng. ................ 301.00 Jes Moines Marble & Mantle Co., labor — Jecony- Vacuum Oil Co., oil ----------------Cowan & Cowan, poles. ine Material Co., mdse. Westinghouse Electric Supply, mdse. ------Northland Elec. Sup., mdse. — : -----------Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. ----------•lobe Mach. & Sup., mdse. -------------W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. -------------- iew Bonn Co., mdse. — H. W. Post, freight ----- R'y Exp. Agency, exp.— Algona' Super Service, gas ---------------Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs --------------Harris Brothers, gas — Kent Motor Co., repair _ Harms Oil Co., gas ---C. U. Pollard, exp. ---Algona Laundry, serv.— Arnold Motor Supply, repairs ------------F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. -------------- 2owan Bldg. Sup., mdse Botsford' Lumber Co., mdse. ----------- r — Funk & Deim, mdse. __ J. L. Richardson Hdw., mdse. -------------Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse.— K. D. James, mdse. — Mrs. John Helmers, labor ------------- .— N.-W. Bell Tel. Co., serv. --------------Cresco-Union Elec. Co., sign ---------------Diesel Serv. Co., oil ---- WATED FUND Harry Barton, salary and overtime --------Frank Ostrum, salary — R. S. Barton, salary ---C. U. Pollard, salary — Ira Kohl, salary __ ----Laura Mitchell, salary _ Norman Palmer, labor — Donald Palmer, labor __ Leighton Sup., mdse ---Elec. Light Dept., mdse. Dutch's Super Serv., gas . Harris Bros., gas -----Laing & Muckey, labor- Panama , Carbon Co., mdse. -------------Duane Adams, labor — GENERAL FUND A. R. Moulds, salary ---Cecil McGinnis, salary — Tim O'Brien, salary — ' Alvin Hill, special ----Delia Laird, rent -----N. W. Bell Tel., service. Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse ____ Hieter's Station, gas — Wm. C. Dau Garage, labor ---------------Jesse Lashbrook, salary- Elliott Skilling, salary- Oliver Bakken, salary _ Chas. Harvey, salary — John Helmers, salary — Herman Lyon, salary — Globe Mach. & Supply, mdse. -------------Standard Oil Co., mdse. Kossuth Co. Imp. Co., mdse. ________ ______ F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. ______________ Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. ______________ Dhas. Johnson, mdse, — Walter Klamp, gas ---Harris Bros., mdse. ---Kenneth Frankl, repairs Harms Serv. Sta., gas — Dutch's Super Serv., mdse. -------------Continental Oil Co., mdse. -------------Percival Motors, repairs Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent- Mrs. A. M. . Collinson, salary -------------Theo B. Robertson 1 Prod. mdse. „ — ---------- rlawcott & Ogg, mdse. — eo. Dettman, salary — W. W. Sullivan P. M., box rent -----------Algona Greenhouses, mdse. --------- _ ____ Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, salary ------- „ ------ rrank Kohlhaas, exp. — SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary ^__ Say Barton, salary _. ___ Tronic Ostrum, salary — STorman Palmer, labor— McMahon, labor „ F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. -------------FIRE MAINTENANCE Algona Fire Co., serv. __ Hooker Sup. Co., mdsS.^ Sureka Fire Hose, mdse. Moore's Dx Station, gas SWIMMING POOl, FUND Hoger Michel, salary . 36.00 3ruce MiHer, salary „ Jetty Scanlan, salary , larbar^ Pooj, sajs^ry , Jerman Lyons, labor _ Chas. Hayvey, labor , r _ lmenL labor BUo HARIUNGTON & LOWE R. J. Harrington J. IX Low* Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA 63. J. Van Ness Allen A. Brunson VAN NESS A BRUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, la* 2.12 46.25 2.48 8.36 1.19 1.00 20.08 1.76 244.65 78.13 56.33 39.2(1 35.00 20.00 (55.00 (J.^5 6.25 6.10 23.11 22.27 10.89 .50 . 5.04 3.13 72.50 65.00 65.00 77.85 10.42 6.96 8.81 1.61 8.04 77.50 70.90 45.67 42.75 42.75 42.75 9.08 37.69 6.79 18.75 3.93 1.53 13.93 16.83 .50 1.07 »2.17 12.81 .75 25.00 20.00 44.19 1.89 30.00 .75 25.50 75.00 16.10 20.00 4.8Q 5.60 1.75 2.25 77.83 96,00 5J,37 1.26 1.15 30,00 28.50 Professional Cards ATTORNEYS At LAW W. B. QUARTON H. W. MXLL1M ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore G. Hutchison Security State Bank Building 'hone 251 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kellj| SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone M ALGONA, IOWA UNNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 2M Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW • (County Attorney ) Office in Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 3. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON - Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 3M ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M, D. Phone 444-810 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN O. BOURNE 'hone—Office 197 •' Res. 194 Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN" General Practice Special attention given to non-surg« leal treatment of rectal disease*, i varicose veins and rupture. DR. HAROLD MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to disease* of heart and chest. Sawyer Bldg., 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. SCHAAP ' "DENTIST •'' Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A. J. EASON. Dentist Office over'James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44, Res. Phone PAINTING — DECORATING For Good Work and Low CM(W THE RELIABLE DEOORATORflT Kermit Forbes—phone 698 Merle Webster—phone 766 Mllo Rentz—-phone 92-W. Typewriter Paper 500 Sheets 59c This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. . The Algona Upper Des Homes VICTORY BUY UNITED STATE! S FAR ONDS AND STAMPS L' t 'Read 'Em and 'lean" OUR ADS

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