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The AlgdM tfpitei' Bel MaiMg, AJgOM» towa, Aug. THRESHING WELL COMPLETED IN IRV1NGTON Irvington: Most of the threshlftg crews have completed their runs for the season In this vicinity; Oat yields have varied aecojrdlnaf to the varieties planted. Richard Leigh had a thre(Hicre field of the Boone variety that went 82 bushels per acre. However, there are other new kinds being experimented with alsb o nsmaller a<Jre tracts. The general run of all kinds has been reported a$ being about 45 bushels per acre. MRS. GEO. MCKE SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY ANNlVEBSAllY Mrs. George Rlcke was very pleasantly surprised last Friday evening when a group'of her neighbors and friends arrived .to help her celebrate her birthday. Those present were Mr and Mrs. Perry Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. George Simon and family, Mrs. E. Eisenbarth, Sally, Josephine and Henry, Mrs. Chas. Stuftllck and daughter, Maxine, and son, Arnold of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froelich, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rlcke and daughter of Wesley and Gerald Gorman. Mrs. Rlcke was presented with many lovely gifts after which lunch was served. 1 The evening was spent In formally. THRESHING GROUP HOLDS MEETING AND PARTY The Maasdam threshing group with its families met at the Barney Capeslus home on last Monday evening for its annual party. Those included in the event were the Rome Roblsons, Mr. and Mrs. George Sears, the J. A. and Arthur Maas- dams, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schepp- mann, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hansen and the Clarence Semers. Late In the evening ice cream and cake was served. MRS. AILVIN WEAVER TO MOVE TO WATERLOO SOON Mr. and Mrs. 'Alvln Weaver and children moved recently from the Bdw. Mawdsley tenant house and for the time (being have stored their household goods with relatives' at Liverniore. Mrs. Weaver expects to locate at Waterloo where she has relatives and Alvin has 'been called to enter the army after having been rejected about two months ago. He will leave in the 'very near future. BEES TAKE OVER AND PREVENT ROOF REPAIR Mrs. Mary Staab of LeMars is doing considerable repair work on her farm tenanted by the Gilbert WE NOW DISPLAY USE YOUR OLD WIRE Th« world's finut fencer iuit arrived. See It today and forget your fencing worries. Carefully te> (acted far yaur need*. Werld'i larg. act teller — prevcn an mora than 1*0,000 farms. You can't afford to be without a PARMAK. Fully guar> antaad and approved. LET US EXPLAIN TODAY J. L. Richardson Hdw. Plume 274 However, there has been a delay in shingling the house owing td the fact that a swarm i>f bees had already taken possession Of on* part of the roof. Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and daughter, Patty, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Mafgfeaves and son, Harry iipent a week ago Sunday at the K, F. Balls In Charles City. Miss Maxlne Capeslua spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Capeslus. Max- lne is enrolled as a student at a business college In Mason City. Mrs. Alfred Grill Is recuperating from an operation she recently submitted to at a hospital In Rochester, Minn. Miss Harriett Grill, R. N., from South Dakota, and sister Of Mr. Grill, Is caring for her . Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox have received wonl from their grandson, John Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller that his company Is now on maneuvers In Louisiana. Prior to this John has been stationed at Camp Bowie, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox, their daughter, Mrs. Earl Miller and son Bernard and Mrs. Opal Barker left Thursday morning for Kenney> 111. Mrs. Barker will visit her father, John Sever, and the others will visit Miss Mary Cox, sister of Mr. Cox, who has been in ifalling health for some time. Miss Virginia King was hostess to the Cresco Chums 4-H girls' club Aug. 8. ' Roll call was responded to by answering "What I am Exhibiting at the County Itolr?" Jane and Ramona Mayer presented their demonstration, "Menus for Monday." Achievement Day preparations were also made and pictures wer also taken to be used in their booth at the county fair. The local achievement day was also held wjth Virginia Kirig on Aug. 12 in the evening. Mrs. Chas. Reaper Is the club .leader of this group. LAKOTA DRUGGIST TO COACH ELMORE SCHOOL ATHLETES iLakota: Allton Anderson, who owns and operates a drug store here, has signed a contract to coach and teach several subjects at Elmore high school for the coming year. "Andy" coached her for seven years and then last year bought the drug store from E. J. Woodworth who later bought the store at Manson, Iowa. Mr. Anderson will continue to operate his store and drive back and forth to Elmore each day, a distance of a little less than 10 miles. Helen Behrends is his assttant and will care for the business during the day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson were Algona visitors Thursday. (Recent vacation visitors with Katherine Berschman were Ilia May McKinley and Bonnie Mitchell of Brandon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Buchanan, of Mason City, were visitors at the Andrew Jansens last week. They also visited other relatives. Mrs Buchanan is a niece of Mrs. Jan- seh, •Helen Awe, who has been spending her vacation with her parents near Buffalo Center, was visiting frlenda here Thursday. Miss Awe Is a former teacher In the Lakota school ibut has taught at Le Mar, Colo., lor several years. The Carl Gerzemas entertained three boys from the Waverly Home last week Monday. These boys are spending a three weeks vacation at the O. Frerichs home In Buffalo Center. Mr. Frerichs is a brother of Mrs. Gerzema and operates the Frerich Dairy at Buffalo Center. Former Swea City Physician Now With Forces in Swea City: Mrs. Roger Mlnkel, the wife of a former Swea City physician, was the guest of honor at a breakfast at the CX W. Blom- Ster home last Thursday morn- Ing. Others attending Included the members of the bridge club to which Mrs. Minkel belonged during her residence here. Her husband, Dr. R. M. Mlnkel, is now with the armed forces in Ireland, and she and their small daughter, Susan, have been making their home in Fort Dodge since the doctor was transferred abroad from a Louisiana camp last win teafi. With Mrs. Mlnkel 1 on her Swea City visit are her daughter, Susan, and her mother, Mrs, Doalc, of Fort Dodge. The guests are making their headquarters at the Dr, J. A. Sanft ner home. A number of other social courtesies have 'been planned for the visitors in addition to the Thursday morning affair. Ralph W. Windhorst, salary .1 10B.OO W. t>. Whitney, assist. In Sheriffs office . 1.26 A. J. Cofrley, bd. and lodg, prisoners 74.80 A. J. Cogley, mllease and Invest, fees i 174.37 Unrgaret Miller, anglst. In 6.2S MRS. E.C. SANDERSON, BURT, SUCCUMBS TO STROKE TUESDAY EVE Burt: Mrs. B. C. Sanderson died very suddenly at her home here laflt week Tuesday evening, following a stroke which she suffered a few hours before. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church, the Rev. Paul Figge conducting the services. Bur- rial was In the Burt cemetery. < Mary EBJzab'eth Trunkhill was born Nov. 12,1880 near Avoca, Wis., one of a family of eleven children. At the age of 16, she moved with her family to EvansviUe, Wis., where she lived until her marriage to Edwin C. Sanderson. They lived In South Dakota and Iowa until 1920, when they moved to Seattle, Washington, where they lived until 1930, when they moved to Burt, where they have since made their home. To this union five children were born: Myron and.LeRoy of Seattle, Washington; Norman of Kanawha; and Clyde and Ruby, deceased. She is survived by her husband, her three sons, five grandchildren, four brothers, Thomas and Charles Trunkhill of Seattle, Lew Trunkhill of Hettinger, N. D., and J. P. Trunkhill of Burt and by two sisters; Mrs.: Anna Ambrose of Des Moines and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz of Burt. ! ' The Art Fandels, Mason City, were calling on Burt friends Friday. Mr. Fandel formerly worked for A. H. Meinzer for several years. The Rev. H. W. Jackman, Leslie Graham, Bill Boettcher and Jim Woltz returned Friday from Iowa Falls, where they had been camping since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter and Mrs. Anna GUI, Algona, and Nancy McWhorter, Roger, Arkansas, spent last week Tuesday at the F. L. Ryerson home. The (U. and I circle had a picnic last week Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Brace, a former member, who has been in poor health and confined to her home for several years. Iver Nordln, who has been working In Des Moines, was In Burt on Friday. He had joined the army and was here to see his son, Donald, and Burt friends before going MOTORISTS RI/DE 41 MILLION MILES DAILY ON THESE OILS to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where he is to 'be stationed. Mrs. Charles • Olson and daughters, Lyla and Mrs. Dean Meier, visited Wednesday and Thursday with relatives at Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Olson's sister, Mrs. Will Leeper of East Chain, Minn., came home with them and spent the remainder of the week here. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett of Sibley, visited from Tuesday to Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Bavt- lett'is parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. •Schroeder. Margaret Reeves, who had been visiting her friend, Phyllis McBride, a few days returned to her home at Sibley with them. A surprise farewell party for Mrs. Charles Olson was held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dean Meier, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Olson will leave next week for Tacoma, Washington, where her husband went some time ago, and where they expect to make their home. SEVEN SCHOOLS IN UNION TOWNSHIP TO OPEN AUG. 31 Union: School in the township will start August Slst with all seven schools opening. Some re- distorictlng has been .done. Th* families living on the west side of the paving (the Geo. Steil, Ruse and Garman) families are to go to school in District No. 5 irstead of No. 1 as in previous years. This ruling was/ made at the March meeting of the school board as District I^has been an extremely large one. Schools and the teachers are as follows: •District 1—Ethel Wolf, Spirit Lake. District 2—Neva Albright, Plum Creek. •District 3—Grace McNeill, Algona. (Closed past few years be- cauee of lack of pupils). District 4—Mrs; Evelyn Johi}son, Algona. District 5—Carol Jackriian, Lotts Creek. (District 6—Lois Gardner, Union. Distrirt 7—Mrs. John Shilts, Ay- gona. 13.70 62.06 44.58 63.06 146.61 5.61 2.» l.GO 1.36 35.44 4C.97 8».S3 4.32 2.00 .60 .60 1.00 .50 33.39 9.66 6.6* .86 Aviation Subjects Will be Taught in Swea City Schools Swea City: Supt. A. H. Schuler announces that prepartions are being made to teach aviation subjects in the Swea City high school this coming year. The course will include meteorology, airplane engines, aerodynamics, air navigation, air communications, vocational possibilities and the social significance of the arlplane. School will open Monday, Sept. 7th. BOARD PKOCEEEDINGS DEL COOPER, AGENT 8t»fe QjMUma SW*3» SERVICE P Algwu» Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa, July 30, 1942. 9:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Heiken that J. M. Moore and Hugh 'Raney and H. M. Smith, engineer, be and are hereby appointed commissioners to make gravel assessments on new gravel roads In Kossuth county, Iowa, for the year of 1942. . Ayes: All. •Motion by McDonald and seconded by Qulnn that the Class "iB" (Bond for the Algona Country Club ,be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by MdDonald and seconded by Cosgrove that the Security Bond of the Equitable (Life Assurance Society In the amount of $500.00 be approved and that County Auditor be and Is hereby direced to proceed according to law with petition filed Uy the Equitable Life Assurance Society asking that a certain road be vacated In section 31, Sherman township. Ayes: All, Motion by 'Heiken and seconded by Cosgrove that • the Official Bond of Fidelia B. Skow, 'Deputy Superintendent of Schools In he amount of $1,000.00 and the official Bond of Alma JunkermeJer, Automobile Clerk In the amount of $1.000.00 'be approved , Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Qulnn that iPred B. Dutton be appointed Justice of the Peace for X*d- yard Township, appointment expiring December 31, 1942. Ayes: All. 2:00 o'clock p. m. (Board of Supervisors met for the purpose of a hearing- on the • 1943 Budget Estimate w'th the following members present: Fraser, Qulnn, Heiken, Cosgrove, and McDonald, . Motion by McDonald and seconded by Qulnn hat the following record entry for 1943 Budget be made as follows; Be It remembered, That on the 30th, day of July, 1942, 2:00 o'clock p. m. the County Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, met In session for the purpose of a hearing' upon the {Budget (Estimate as fixed with the Board. There was -present a quarum as required, by Jaw. Thereupon the Board Investigated and found that the notice of time and place of bearing has according to law and as directed by the Board been published in the 14th day of July, 1342, in the Algona 'Upper Des Moines, on the 16th day of July, 1942, In the Bancroft Register, and on the 16th day of July, 1942, In the Kossuth County Advance, official newspapers In Kossuth county, la., and that the affidavits of publication thereof were on file with tb,e County Auditor, Thereafter and on said day the estimate was taken up and considered and taxpayers heard for and against said estimate, No objections filed and no taxpayers present. ^Thereafter and after hearing all tftxpftyerrdeajrtns t° *» heard, the poard look up the estimate for final consideration and after corrected and completed SQ that when completed U should be, in. words «nd figures as stated, faerefn. The Chairman of the BOM 1 &n£ the Opunty AM&itor wer* thereupon dl— ^ to" properly certify the wrtl- .. and. to file same in the office _ the county Auditor as required by laV. Ayes: All. ~ joluilpn declared adopted this dlkv of July .1012. vff vt *"•* ^^JT. IflRAfiEiR* Chairman. (PteoJ)' ' we.:: County by Quton s»4 ««c the eatery 9 t A. tendent of •efu* >»•« - »'-.£«! I by > DOil Qulnn that Chaa E. ChuWb be appointed as Engineer to make an Inspection of Lateral that flows Into the main drain of Drainage District No. 9 and complete by making a written report of his findings to the Board of Supervisors'at the next meeting August 3. 1942. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by McDonald that Cosgrove make necessary repairs on Joint Drainage District Hancock-Kossuth No. 3-46. Ayes: All. Motion by Qulnn and seconded by Heiken that the Board adjourn to 9 o'clock a. m., August 3, 1942. Ayea: All. J. H. ETRABEIR, Chairman. E. Q. (KIINSE'Y, County Auditor. Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa. August 3, 1942. 9:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. • Motion by McDonald and seconded by Qulnn that the following final Gravel Estimates of John Schumacher be approved as follows: (Gravel Projects No, 697, No. 678. No. 6S6, No. 584. No. 585, No. 676-A, No. 594 and Maintenance (Projects No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Qulnn. that Heiken make necessary repairs on the following Drains: No. 80, No. 32, No. 102, No. 160, and No. 85. Ayes: All. Motion by Qulnn and seconded by Heiken that Cosgrove make necessary repairs on Joint Drainage District «. K. No. 3-46. Ay«s: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Heiken that Qulnn make necessary repairs on Drain No. 69 and Sub, of Drain No. 4, Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded 'by Cosgrove that W. B. McDonald and J. F, Qulnn be appointed and are hereby directed to assist J. J. SDooley, (Recorder, to destroy by fire all old Chattel Mortgages past the 6 years limitation Statute Sec. 10030, Iowa Code. Ayes: All. (Motion by Heiken and seconded by Qulnn that I*. I* Leffert be appointed Engineer to make a report on the drain In Sections 29 and 30, Springfield In Drainage District No. 166. Ayes: All. 'Motion by McDonald and seconded by Qulnn that Heiken be appointed to purchase Drainage tile 1500 ft. of 16- inch drain tile, drain No. 4, and take bids for digging and laying, Ayes: Motion by Heiken and seconded by McDonald that the commissioner's report In the matter of vacating of township road In SWU Section 3L Township 94, Range-88, be placed on file and that September 16, 1942. be date set for hearing. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded to Audit and Allow bills as "per Schedule of Claims Hereinafter Written": COUNTY BTUINID W. W. Sujllvwi, p. M., post«*e 19-08 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage _-,„,-„ 1.00 W, TV. Sullivan, P.'M., postage _-,.,„ . 6.00 Northwestern 'Pell Telephone Cp., tel. serv. ,, ,„„.,. 62.W State Treasurer, use tax J.« W. W. Sullivan, p. M., pos* Supt. office A. E. Lnurltzen, travel exp Advance Publishing Co., board proceed. . 64.60 Alffona Upper Dea Moines, board proceed. 77.46 Bancroft Register, board proceed. Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup. Koch 'Brothers, sup. •... Opto Tx>ose Leaf Co., sup... P*rye Manufacturing Co., sup. L. W. 'Holley & 'Sons Co., sup. J. H. Welch Printing Co., sup. Holley School Sup. Co. sup. Hammong '& Stephens Co., sup. Metropolitan School Sup. Co., sup. MlssourI-«Knnsas Chemical Co., sup. Kohlhaas 'Hardware, sup. C. A. Heard, sup. <L&\ns & Muckey, mip. 17.11 Iowa IBtlnd 'Products, sup. 4.28 Roger Bufflngton, bty. Boyd Pannkuk, bty. Kenneh Baumann, bty. Alvln Hopkes, bty. C. W. Pearson, Treas., adv. bty. — R. A. Evans, coroner, coroner fees Frank Kohlhaas, mayor fees. A. <Ri Moulds, marsh, fees (Delia Welter, J. P. fees 11.86 (Ernst G. Thlel, const, fees... 24.87 A. J. Cogley, sheriff fees 21.82 C. iH. Ostwlnkle, J. P. fees.. 12.00 A. J. Cogley, sheriff fees 17.25 Ella Brlggs, witness fees .6C (Legion Hall, rent 3.K Ralph Harberts, weed comm.. 80.48 I. E. "Wortman, local registrar 4.50 S. P. Eckholm, local registrar . 3.75 G, D. Curtis, local registrar.. .75 H. H. Dreyer, local registrar 1.00 P. P. Newell, local registrar. .75 H. A. ThomfEon, local registrar 2.75 Wm. Boyken. local registrar. 2.60 R. 'H. 'Finnell, local registrar 6.25 (Florence Hof, local registrar .75 Fred A. Dlekmann, local registrar 1.50 Wllma Augustine, local registrar 4.00 Adah Carlson, local registrar. 18.25 Kossuth County iFarm Bureau, approp. .... 416.66 H. C. Allenr'quar. exp. 2.05 Houghton Mlfflln Co., sup... 2.10 [L. N. Singer Co, sup. 13.92 GInn & Co., sup. 4.97 Max Bartholomew, guard at airport 75.00 Hawkeye C&aualty Co., premium 1480.05 Brown's Studio, picture 1.84 Haggard '& Peterson, rent 7.00 W. E. McDonald, sup. 9.00 Mrs. Clothilda (Hutchison, O. A. A. «xp. 16.92 COURT FUND Matthew C. Grier, court reporter 13.26 INSAWH FUND •Katharine (McEvoy, clerk's fees 6.25 A. J. Cogley, sheriff fees ... tt.DO T. C. Hutchison, comm. fees. 3.00 C. IH. Cretzmeycr, exam. phys. 3.00 Frank Kohlhaas, witness fees. 2.10 August Brown, witness fees. 2.50 XiBBKABY (FUND K. D. James, sup. 287.17 JF. L. Pratt, sup. 7.35 G. W Carmean, sup. 19.93 A. B. Anderson, sup. 55.80 Cecil Griffith, sup. 2.SC Chemical Publishing Co., sup. 2.58 F. H. Elgler, sup. 9.54 H. J. Braley, sup. 8.73 Lyons & Carnahan, sup, 11.19 Frances I. Messer, sup. 4.66 INSTITUTE iFiL .World Book Co.. sup. 6.84 National Bducatoln Ass'n, sup. 2.00 T. B. FUND Carl A. (Brown Indem. cattle 29.44 BANGS DISEASE IFIUND Peter J. Relter, Indem. cattle 75.00 W. Harris Wadsworth, intern. •cattle •'"• _-'i: 20.21 (Marry Uaase, Indem. cattle 25.00 'Walter J. Barr, Indem. cattle 12.50 Dr. J. B. Winkel, insp. 5.70 CONBTrRIUCTION FUND John Schumacher, graveling _ 636.47 John Schumacher, graveling.. 1797.12 John Schumacher, graveling.. 239.81 John Schumacher, graveling.. 759.07 H. M. Smith, salary 265.00 J. D. Fraser, salary 135.00 E. H. Wray Jr, rodman 86.85 Betty Brown, assist. In engineer's office 61.00 Jim H. iMerrynian, bridge Insp. _ 160.00 P. H. iPeterson, labor 64.40 Lem Stockwell, patrol 104.00 A. J. Hlldman, patrol 104.00 Joseph N. Btuder, patrol 104.00 Mllo 'Patterson, patrol 207.80 Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol 163.60 Hoenk Motor Serv., storage.. 6.00 Wheeler Lumber & 'Blrldge Co., sup. 825.23 Algona Upper (Des Moines. printing 6.12 Quick Supply Co., sup. j. 303.14 Maurice B. Bemhard and Leo Bernhard, gravel land 75.00 Edna Harr, right-of?way 90.00 (Concrete Products Corp., »up. 772.16 Barton 'Warner (Products Inc., sup. _.. 632.65 MAJNTTENiAINCIB: IFIUNP Northwestern (Bell Telephone Co., tel. serv. : 19.29 State Treasurer, use tax ._ 18.07 City of Algona, light and water 11.66 Bancroft Oil Co., sup. 598.34 John Schumacher, graveling.. 4041.30 John Schumacher, graveling 4682.83 Peerless Oil Co., sup. . 348.80 Central States Electric Co., light serv. 1.02 • Central States (Electric Co., light serv. , 2.13 Tom 'Weir, patrol 84.00 'F. S. Norton i& Son. sup. 41.25 IPeter Movick, patrol 108.00 Clifford (Holmes, patrol 118.80 M. 1* Worby, patrol 188.71 Harry CHelmke, patrol 191.75 Joe M. Eeeer, patrol 100.00 Archie Dodds, patrol 104.00 W. B. Williams, graveling „ 64H§ John Schumacher, graveling.. 1216.79 Mr«. Bstellc Wlemer, right-of- way . .... 16.00 F. S. Norton <& Son, sup. 6.S6 Interstate Power Co., light serv. _„ 6.94 Balbaeh Co., sup. 19.25 J. I. Merryman, bridge work _ 247.90 Globe Machine & Sup. Co., sup. _ 90.70 J. D. Adams Co., sup. 120.68 Sleg (Ft. Dodge Co., sup. 9.88 Leighton Supply Co, sup 29.25 Sioux City Iron Co., sup. 67.07 Paper Calmenson Co., sup. 1104.00 AIMS Chalmers Mfg. Co., sup. Hereinbefore .Written." On motion Board adjourned to call of the Auditor. Chairman. B. S. KINBBY, County Auditor. Glbbs Cook Tractor Co., sup.. Central Auto 'Electric Co., sup. Sargent Machine Co., sup. Royal "400" Oil Co., sup. -70 1.18 7.29 87.92 160.21 12.76 639.03 Kosrnith Oil Co., sup. '. ».30 Interstate Oil Co., sup. 19.31 'Bancroft Oil Co., sup. 95.46 Peerless Oil Co., sup. 931.32 Bwaney Oil Co., sup. 165.24 DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. 2— Thompson Yards Jnc., sup.. 1.17 Dr. No. 4- Dl«k Baade, labor 22.50 C. H. Cooper, labor 20.00 George Looft, labor 16.75 John Welch, labor 12.00 E. G. Stenstrom, labor 2.26 Elmore cement & Tile Co., labor 5.50 Rock Island Lumber Co., labor 4.88 .French Lumber Co., labor 2.5S Northern Lumber 1 Co., sup.. 3.98 Dr. No. 6— French /Lumber Co., sup. .. 8.77 Dr. /No. 12— Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup; •Rock Island Lumber Co., sup. Dr. No. 18— 'French Lumber Co., sup. Dr. No. 20— Dick Baade, labor S.OO C. .H. Cooper, labor 8.00 •French Lumber Co., sup. 3.28 Stott Hardware, sup. 5.61 Dr. No. 45— Stott Hardware, sup. Dr. No. 60- Rock Island Lumber Co., sup. Dr. iNo. 69- Calvln Householder, labor Concrete Products Corp., sup. Dr. No. 75— Dick Baade, labor ± C. H. Cooper, labor Thompson Yards Incorp., sup. Dr. No. 80- George Looft, labor 20.00 John Welch, labor 16.00 Northern "Lumber Co., sup. _ 1.17 Rock Island Lumber Co.. sup. 14.37 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. 1-12 Dr. No-. — B. E. Norton, labor 8.00 George Looft, labor 11.35 John Welch, labor 9.20 Theo. Dorenbush. labor 13.50 R. Pomeroy, labor _ 12.09 Wade Dorenbush, labor 6.00 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., labor '.22 Rock Island Lumber Co., labor .95 •Florence Construction Co., labor 1800.00 Dr. No. 85— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer 25.70 Homer Nolte, labor 5.00 George Looft, labor 16.55 John Welch, labor 13.60 M. C. Krosch, labor 10.00 .Rock Island (Lumber Co., sup. 1-90 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., •up. . 262.84 Dr. No. 88— 'Rock Island (Lumber Co., sup. .95 Dr. 'No. 90— Dick Baade, labor 2.25 C. H. Cooper, labor 2.00 IK. Pomeroy, labor 26.00 Theo. Dorenbush, labor 31.50 Dr. No. 91— Dick Baade, labor 11.25 C. H. Cooper, labor 10.00 Stott (Hardware, sup. 5.41 French Lumber Co., sup. 4.78 Dr. No. 99— •Dick IBaade, labor 13.50 C. H. Cooper, labor 12.00 ______ ,,,-,.,, _______ , . P. A. McArthur, weed comm. '71.82 " ,,™ ?. S- Norton *.BOI>. fuel ----- WB.85 "* W3 8p ™^*$i$Siiir""iNiMii Bert Shellmyer, patrol 104.00 Hubert Mergen, patrol ,_. 104.00 Clarence Hentges, patrol _JI. 104.00 S. D. McDonald, patrol 104.CO .Ralph Markla, patrol 104 W) James Kelso, patrol ' 102,63 E* (Fuchsen, patrol ... 126.00 John Stott, patrol _ .. JO>.flO J. E. Falk, patrol , 118.80 S. Hlrner, p-urol . 10: "0 Dick Baa.de, patrol 33.75 C. H. Cooper, patrol 28.00 Olaf Oftedahl, patrjl Sl'.'iO Melvln IR, (Hawk* pntrol M>.00 Henry .Fisher, patnd 6Si.aO W. F. Schroeder, patrol - 78.00 Alfred A. Schultz, patrol ... 74.49 James 'M. iLong, patrol SC.OO Doyal Sanders, patrol 84.0 J. H. Culbertson, patrol 36.00 Elmer Ewlng. patrol 118.35 •Hugh Butterfield, patrol 108.40 Joe (Welch, patrol ,_ ._ 108.80 Verne Mollnder. patrol .....I 105,20 Roelf Miller, patrol „„,..,.,.. KB.40 Clyde Sanders, patrol ._ 104.80 Warner 'Beenken, labor 1 r __ 25.00 •Peter Jorgeneon, labor 8.W Henry Johnson, labor _. 12,76 .18 9.66 17.44 Percival Motor Co., sup. John H. Seeman, labor .„.. Northern 'Lumber Co., sup. .. Thompson Yards Incorp., sup. Stott Hardware, sup. 11.81 F. S. Norton & Son, sup. _„„ 8.8$ (French Lumber Co., sup,. . 36.E9 H. J- Tank Diet., sup."...... 19.8* Pelterlng- Garage, sup, ...... »4* a W. Pe&rson Treas., a4y, freight . , '„ ;, 7.SO County Treasurer, license 1.00 KohUwaa Hardware, -sup. ... 9.« MeCormtek Deering fitore, •UP. ' IV I0.it) 2.71 .95 4.00 82.95 8.75 6.00 2.8o Council Minutes Stott'Hardware, sup. Dr. No. 102— (George Looft, labor John W.elch, labor Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. Dr. No. Ill— George Looft, labor John Welch, labor Dr. 125- Theo. Dorenbush, labor Dr. 'No. 139— George Looft, labor John Welch, labor Dr. No. 151— CRock Island 'Lumber Co., sup. Dr. No. 165- •Roclc •up. Island 'Lumber Co., 6.41 5.93 4.40 1.00 2.70 2.40 4.50 6.50 4.00 1.97 4.36 I>r. No. 166- George Looft, labor ________ 61.20 John Welch, abor _ _________ 44.40 B. G. Stenstrom, labor ____ 86.00 •Rock Island [Lumber Co., sup. ____________________ 2.8E Northern ^Lumber Co., sup. __ 9.10 Dr. H. K. No. 2-36- French Lumber Co., sup. ___ ,W IHancoclo County <Road Malnt. !Fund, labor _______ 88.17 Dr. H. K. No. 3-46- •TTrench Lumber Co., sup. __ .34 •]>o Malecek, labor ________ 1.63 Dr. «. K. No. 7-120- Hancook County Road Malnt. •Fund, sup. ___ v ________ ; __ 7.74 Dr. Vf.-K. (No. 68-136— Geo. Smith, labor _________ » 6.25 Rock Island Lumber Co., sup. ____________________ 2.03 POOR FUND Stamp Issuing Officer, prov — 226.00 Stamp Issuing Officer, prov._ 2400 Stamp Issuing Officer, prov._ 28.00 Hoods I. G. A., prov _________ 16.61 DeQrooto Grocery, prov. ____ S.06 Brooks Super 'Market, prov. __ 24.80 Aim & Boles, prov. _________ 16.32 Fred C. Huettner, prov. 6.20 J. W. Neville, clothing 22.25 F. S. Norton & Son, fuel 32.21 Dr. P. O, Nelson, med, .__. Dr. H H. Murray, med. ^ Dr P. V, Janse. med. 11.00 Dr. S. W. Meyer, med. 7.00 40.75 Dr. R. 5U Corbin, med. 6.50 16.50 Dr. W. D. Andrews, med. 116.26 . X>r. M. IG. Bourne, med. 20.60 Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. 78.00 Dr, J. G. Clapsaddle, med. not aJl'd Dr, J. G. Clapsaddle, med. 141.23 Lu Verne Pharmacy, med. sup. , L 12.00 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care. 439.25 General Hospital, hosp. care. 63.00 University Hospital. hosp. care Ella Brlggs, care Lena Meyers, care . Farmers State Bank, premium Thompson Yards Inc., sup. K. D. James, med. sup. ._ Sorensen Grocery, prov. , House of the Good Shepherd, care 11.47 29.00 22.50 60.17 96.19 £.28 .35 ____ ____ ........ 20.00 Marvel Dole, salary .... ____ _ 80.00 Swan Funera) 'Home, ambul. service 6.00 B. B. Sapp, rent ____ „" ___ .not all'd Japob Keller, rent ;.... ______ 5.00 p. iD. Monlux, agent, rept... 10.00 J. ,'P. Uhlenha^e, agent, rent 16.00 Leo -M. Blunders, rent 16.00 Farmer* ~Co*op Elevator, *HJ(. Aligona Oil Co., sup. ........ Chefs (Repair Shop, swp, _„„,, VftU* Hwdwftre Store, «up.._. Dutch's Super Serv., sup. „__ Awto Sup., sup. .. ' Co.. sup. ' '--1 Co.. »c- liJWtrtQ LOO 3.88 Donald B, Cook, rent ...._ 10.00 ~ " Remhart, rent ... 10.00 Henry J, •KJlne, rent ..... W.OO Department of Social "Welfare, Mind aid ... ... .„. 19.70 COUNTY FARM Ben Bakken, labor „_„..- 76.00 Boy Larson, Iftbor 80.00 Punk & pe|m, »up. 7.40 Pratt m<#Mp Co.' sup. 12.04 Northwestern. Bell Telephone Op., tel. »ry, * .78 '- ~ — B»; JU?ht sery7 „ 25.25, ivfttor, swp. ., L. «. Bobarton „ 188.87 ,,, , , Jc» Pr«*in ,«P»«t»ry, looker re.»k,W§ sup. _„„„ 8"P- — sup. Qrahaw: J.BS Pr. P. S V ware, eyp. — cliur sere, sup. Oo.» July 30, 1942—The City Council met at the City Hall in regular, session, Councilman Hawcott absent. The budget was filed and approved. Motion carried that a Chevrolet car be purchased for the police department, for the sum of $1046.04 less allowance of $275.00 for old car. Appropriating Ordinance No. 677 was passed. APPROPRIATING ORDINANCE NO. 577 ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND L. M, Bellock, salary $ 84.00 F. C. Dalley, salary and overtime 91.90 Tom Halpin, salary 75.00 Walter Gorman, salary 75.00 C. C. Wright, salary and pvertime 80.95 Earl Bowman, salary and overtime 81.23 Wm. O. Ludwig, lajbor 73.42 Leo. J. Lutker, labor 30.00 R. S. Barton, -salary 14.58 H. E. Stephenaon, salary and overtime 72.31 Chester Webb, salary and cvertime '. 55.26 Frank Ostrum, salary 7.77 Joe Dunn, salary and overtime 80.95 H. S. Roth, salary and overtime _ 98.30 C. U. Pollard, salary 95.00 Ira Kohl, salary • and overtime •. 52.10 Adah Carlson, salary 80.00 Ernst Thiel, meter reading.. 31.00 Pet. Prod., oil 319.98 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., frgt .... 504.44 Socony-Vac. Oil Co., oil 193.18 Fulton Iron Wks., eng 384.94 Des Moines Marble & Mantel Co., labor 124.24 Norton Mach. Wks., mdse. and! repairs 123.71 Funk & Deim, mdse 33.15 Honan-Crane Corp., mdse 752.40 Leighton Sup. Co., mdse. .. 21.75 Crane Co., mdse 25.40 Globe Mach. & Sup., mdse. .. 173.24 West. Elec. Sup., mdse 2.07 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 34.30 North. Elec. Sup., mdse 16.24 Mall, Iron Range Co., mdse. 16.82 Kennedy & Parson Co., frgt. 58 H. W. Post, frgt. 73 Ry. Exp. exp .50 Harms Oil Co., gas 1.08 Johnson's D-X Sta., gas / 14.04 Harris Conoco Sta., gas 9.51 Algona Super Serv., gas 8.36 Wm. C. Dau, repairs 49.87 Pratt Elec. Co., mdse 30.51 Algona Laundry, serv 10.30 F. S. Norton & Son,, mdse. .. 42.11 Cowan Bldg. Sup., mdse 5.21 Richardson Hdwe., mdse 26 Walsh Elec. Serv., mdse 1.23 Algona U. D. M., adv. • 89.19 Adv. Pub. Co., mdse 4.85 Cresco Union Elec. Co., signs 1.68 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., env. .. 2.52 E. E. Douglas, mdse 8.93 E. E. Douglas, mdse 36.0' Algona Food Market, mdse. 2.6J .Anderson Groc., mdse 8! Burr. Add. Mach. Co., mdse. 7.04 N. W. Bell, contract 23.60 WATER FUND •:. Harry Barton, salary ........ 75.0( Frank Ostrum, salary ...„ 54.00 R. S. Barton, salary 41.34 Joe Dunn, salary 4.50 C. U. Pollard, salary 35.00 Ira Kohl, salary 20.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 65.0C George Palmer, labor 9.0C Roy Haag, labor _ 9.0C Riner Helmers, labor 1.5C Culligan Zeolite Co., mdse. .. 53.46 H. W. Post, frgt j. 2.25 Harris Bros., gas 11.92 GENERAL, FUND A. R. Moulds, salary - 72.50 Tim O'Brien, salary 65.00 Cecil McGinnis salary ........ 65.00 N. W. Bell Tele., serv _.., 4.94 Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs 27.9* A. V. Larson, gas , 5.30 Mike's D-X Sta., gas 13.35 Sohultz Bros., gas 8.40 Albert Forsberg, labor 6.75 Paul Palmer, labor _ 8.5E Jesse Lashbrook, salary 77.5C Elliott Skilling, salary 77.50 John Helmers, salary 47.5( Oliver iBakken, salary 47.6X Chas. Harvey, salary —. 47.5( Herman Lyons mdse 47.50 Alvis Hill, labor ...„ 74.25 Leighton Sup. Co., mdse 9.0{ Richardson Hdwe., mdse T( F. S. Norton & Son, mdse 18.06 E. W. Hansen, mdse. and labor 22.59 Kos. Co. Impl. Co., repairs.... 10.71 Lyle Mathes, sign 9.00 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 1.8E F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 1.6J Chas. Heard, repairs 8.65 Percival Motors, repairs .75 Dutch's Super Serv., repairs 1.3E Harris Bros., gas 8.1l Johnson's D-X Serv., gas .... 20.22 Clements Oil Sta., gas 28.79 Stand. Oil Co., gas 40.40 Continental Oil Co., gas .... 13.89 Harms Oil Co., gas ., 4.19 Algona Ins. Agcy., bond 7.00 Algona U. D. M., publ 67.14 Adv. Pub. Co., publ 71.51 Elizabeth Laird, rent 10.42 George Dettman', care of dump 30.00 SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary ,. 20.00 Frank Ostrum, salary ...^, 10.7S R. S. Barton, salary 8.0i Roy Haag,- labor 85.80 George Palmer, labor 25.80 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. .... 31.42 FIRE MAINTBNIANOES Algona Fire Co., serv. ............ 83.0C F. S. Norton & Son, mdse..... 2.1£ Funk & Deim, mdse 74 H. W, Post, freight , J.OS COMFORT STATION FUND P. E. Sawyer, rent 2H.00, Mrs, A. M. OolUnson, salary 20.00 SWIM PXXMU FUND Roger MJichel, salary Brupe MiUer, salary S?.W Betty Seanlan, sajary feari* Pool, salary ...„ Wallace & Tiernan Seles Corp., repair* - •••- 30-8? McKesson & Robbins, mdse. EJvereon Filter Serv., mdse..... Stand- Pool Clean. Co., »dj«. Norton Mad», Wtos, W. Bell Tele. Qg, t j»ry. „., J48 W BJJ» U. P, M., mdse. Wi Richardson Hd^e., mdse. .... 83 HARRINGTON A R. J. Harrington J. D. L6H* Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk, Bldjg. ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MXLLtiB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA Professional Cards ATTORNEYS A3? LAW HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building 'hone 261 Algona, low* E. J. Van Ness Allen A. BrunsoB VAN NESS & BRUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, la. Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelljj SHUMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone Ml ALGONA, IOWA LINNAN ft LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 3M Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney ) Office in Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK, M, D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone ALGONA, IOWA O. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN G. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Res. 1M Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to non-surgical treatment of rectal disease*, varicose veins and rupture. DR. HAROLD MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to disease* of heart and chest. Sawyer Bid?., 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre BMsf. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAF DENTIST . , Hutchison Bldg. •.,-".. ; Phone 188 Res. Phone 174 Algona, low* A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN ; DENTIST ' I? Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 • Res. Phone 119 Waited money to wwrtal live*. Don't wwrtl preeloui live*. Every dollar you eum( spare should be need to ban War Bonds. Buy yonr tetf percent every pay day. j Typewriter Paper 500 Sheets 59c This la a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines VICTORY BUY UNITED STATES FAR ONDS AN» STAMPS Algona Laundry, aery. Arnold, Schmidt f| aj, r«fU8<J *!£ flf J«fe 1848, f f .y

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