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SENECA 4-H CLUB IN JANUARY MEET AT CAMPBELL HOME Seneca: The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club held its January meeting last Wednesday evening at the Ralph Campbell home with Kenneth Campbell as host. Fourteen members responded to, roll call by giving a New Tear's resolution. Junior Merrill, Erroll Petersen, Wayne Lynch, Harold Osborn and Robert Foley gave brief reports on the short course which they recently attended at Ames. Elvin Godfredaon discussed How to Conduct a Business Meeting-, Club Agent Wm. St. Clair talked on hemp. Kenneth Campbell had charge of recreation after which refreshments were served by Mr?. Campbell. Elvin Godfredson will be the Feb. host. GIRLS' QUINT LOSES ANJ> BOtS WIN AT LONE ROCK The Seneca girls' ^basketball team met deeat .by a 23-16 score when they played the Lone Rock girls at Lone Rock Friday evening. The Seneca boys took the game from Lone Rock by a one point margin, 22-21, The girls drew a bye in the county tournament which is being played at the Grant school this week Thursday and Friday. consolidated Wednesday, Seneca will play Ledyard In its first game. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson were Friday afternoon callers at the Otto Wll'berg home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mueller and family have moved into the Henry Wilberg home. Mrs. Mathilda Olson, who has not been enjoying the best of health in recent weeks, is now up and about again. Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn and baby son were released from the Col* man hospital at Estherville and came home last Thursday. 3VOTICK OF ASSESSMENT FOIl SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. .11)4 Notice is hereby clvcn to all persons whose names appear In the with* In schedule that there I as been filed in the office of the County Audt- nf K-oV-iiith rountv Iowa, a report of the Board or Apportionment. "crfal Msessment proposed to be levied on all parts and estate Included within Secondary Road District No. 594 showin the pa?col" of rea - • • IIILI v\: i PI u i i vii* »-i5\*n*3 ,1.^,.!.^.^— .--- which schedule of proposed assessments is ne ffon " wfl ,v Snli-nivlxlon See. Twp. Hnn. Acres >«me «f the Owner NBU NEU 35 94 29 38.26 Ernest Gales NWU NEU -I?- 25 " ., NWU BWV, NE>4 NW'A 40 33.58 40 IVti-r Schmidt Matliias 7.plin-et BW>,i NWy SW >/ t .SEW NW.U Lot 1 SW'i SWU Jol'.n Beokci- SB',4 of 3.07 4. IS (!.r.» 3.83 4.80 (i.59 4.87 6.5!) 6.59 4.60 fi.76 4.99 G.7C :>9.93 IVler Schmidt I'eter Krppldlng Lot l^of You andeacl of you whose names appear in tlie within schedule an hereby notified that'said report wiM come on for hearing before tin- Board of Supervisors at their office in Al K ona. Iowa, on the 28th day nf Feb 1943 at two o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments mav be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless vuii file written objections to said report on or before noon of Raid day th'e same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid ir. full without interest if paid will twenty clays from date tho assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 19th day of Jan.. 1943. T-ixttji-i- II*. S. IV I iN fc« I'. 1 , County Audlto 8.59 in NOTICI3 OF ASSRSSMRIVT FOIl SttllFACING SKCONDAItY IIOAD DISTUICT NO. MM) Notice Is hereby iriven to all persons whose names appear In the with- n schedule that there has been illed in the office of the County Audi- ot Apportionment. on all tor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board showing the special assessment proposed to be levied parcels; of real estate Included within Secondary Road which schedule of proposed assessments is as follows: - ' parts ami District No. ;i90, Knt>-»IvlNlnn NKU NWU . NWU NW U NW U SWU SW U SWU Se<-. Twp. :i 90 NVV SW >/ 4 SISU NK ',4 Hue. Acre* 28 34.07 34.OB 40 Nmtic of tlie Oniirr Jtoscoe Mawdsley . . ANNIII'I .. .$8.r.n SW >i SJS U NK '/, NWH SW >4 SK'.i NK',4 NWV; SW H N 12 1/4 NB'4 NI3-4 SK>4 20.02 A. 7.(10 5.53 4.311 ....'..... (i. 1 G 4.91 !i4.68 " " r,.f,_> 40 Ida L. and Thos. C. Wilson.. 7.90 ......... 7.90 , 19.98 " " 1.94 You and each of you whose names appear In the within .schedule are hereby notined that said report will come on for hearing before tin- Hoard of Supervisors at their office in Algor.a, Iowa, on the 2(itli day of Fob 1913, at two o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless yoii file written objections to said report on or before noon tit Bald day th'e snme will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid Ir. full without Interest if paid within twenty days from date tlie assessment is confirmed. Dated at Alijona. Iowa, this 19tli clay of Jan., 1943. E. S. KINSEY. County Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSKSSMKNT FOR SURFACING SKCONIJAHV I«OAI> IJISTHICT \'O. S7K-A Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that there f.as been filed ir. the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County. Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment. showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Koad District No. 578-A, -W-hich schedule ot proposed assessments is as follows: Suh-DlvlNlon NEU E 49 A of WVi BEV4 NW>4 SWU NEU NW.U SWU SEU NK',4 NiEU NEU Sec. Twn. 1* Hotel AcreM 49 •10 Nniiu- of the Owner John Kellner .$10.19 . 14.61 ................ Caroline & Veronica Klein William 1C lei n .. M. A. Arndorfer '{ Erdmun Bernhard Recker Clara lll.'ii 10.19 14.fi! 14. M 11.61 NEU SEU NK'/i " . „ „••••• K 49 A of WH NWU 4fl , ,, .-.:',• You and each- of you whose names appear in the within hereby notined that "said report wIM come on for hearing Rnni',1 O f .Supervisors at their office in _ Algona. Iowa, on the 10.52 14.01 10.19 15.T.2 hedule are before tlie 2(!th day of sc , Feb 1943 at two o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of eald day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived All assessments may be paid ir. full without interest If paid within twenty days from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 19th day of .Tan., 1943. ^ KINRFY County Auditor. FINAL RMS FOR SIMON STORESUND OTTOSEN VETERAN Ottosen;: B*uneral services were held Thursday afternoon at 12:80 p. m. at the Garner Storesund home and one o'clock at the Lutheran church in Ottosen for Simon Storesund. He as a world War I veteran and military honors were In charge of veterans from West Bend. Burial was In the Rolfe cemetery with the Schutter funeral home of West Bend in charge. •Ottosen school was not held on Monday due to blocked roads. Mrs. Donald Wehrlng of Des Moines is visiting at the Sam Kropf home. Jean Ann Jacobson was a week end visitor at the Ted Underberg home. Tommy Olson of Emmetsburg is spending some time at the Nels Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Cooper were Sunday visitors at the Alfred Jensen home at Rodman. Mrs. Ralph Cooper and children are visiting at the Charles Spurlock home at Sutherland. (Marilyn Kinseth who la employed in Algona, spent the week end at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stone of Mason City were Sunday visitors at the Joe Anliker home. Mrs. Chester Alme and Shirley were week end guests at the J. M. Blanchard home at Lone Rock. Mrs. Ernest Enockson and Mrs. Helen Campbell were Saturday visitors in Humboldt and Fort Dodge. Herman Kramer returned home Saturday from St. Louis, Mo., where he attended a national R. E. A. meeting. Misses Lavonne Sherburne and Florence Rasmussen spent the wnek end at the home of Miss Sherburne at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Amelia Wat- nem in town. Vernon Malm of Palmer visited his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson Tuesday before leaving for the army. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid meets at the church parlors Wednesday aternoon with Mrs. Merle Holt and Margaret Holt as hostesses. Mrs. Albert Thronson of WPS! Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Luke of Dakota City were Friday visitors at the Jake Vesterby home. Major Millard Storesund and wife of Baltimore, Md., and Nels Severson of Alhambra. Calif., came to attend funeral services for Simon Storesund. Mrs. Oliver Kirrseth accompani- d Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berguni Fort Dodge Friday where they isited Henry Bergum who is in he Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Carrie Jensen of near Brad- ate is teaching the third and ourth grades here due to the resig- ation of Miss Fern Aron who ao- epted another position at Straw- erry Point. Mrs. Robert Lee and Bobby of Rlchland Center, Wis., Duane An- eregg of New Mexico, Mrs. H. F. Anderegg of West Bend, Nile and Marvin Movick were Wednesday night visitors at the Oscar Vtovick home. The Luther League met at the Merle Holt home Sunday night. Eight members attended. Read- ngs were given by Richard Kineth, Eloise Jacobson and Harold Oppedahl. Plans were made for a farewell party for Junior Kineth who leaves for the army on Feb. 2. Jehien Home neat BtCd. Mile Donahue spent last Week til her home at BAthefVille visiting with her brotrier, who Is In the army and Was enjoying a furlough with home'folks. Mrs Adolph Hatten substituted for her at school. Mrs. Norman substituted for Miss Berschman on Saturday. (Due to unfavorable weather and blocked roads there was fto school at Seneca Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of last week and Monday of this week. The Parent- Teachers meeting has been postponed until February and the girls' 4-H meeting was called off until a later date. Mr. and IMrs. Mlllen Jensen attended a farewell dinner given in honor of Leana Jensen at the parental George Jensen home last Thursday evening. Other guests were Jennie Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. sett* of Rlng-tird, Dana Collefe the toitewlH* day., ' Mr. and Mw. 0. 0. Bailey entertained the residents of Seneca at a carty at their home last week Sunday- evening. Quests Included Supt and Mrs. Klngery, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Peterson and Carl Peterson, the Ole OftedahW, Mr. and Mrs. tferry Godden, MI* Wn»- stad, 'Miss Relmers, Mr. Bellas and Lena Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Work were hosts Friday evening to neighbors and friends! at a 500 party* The guests included Mr. and Mrs Hurlburt, the Alfred Oodfredsons, the Robert Burts. Cecil Andersons, Jens Petersons, Howard Richards, Ralph ampbells, Roy Hartshorns, and Helen Filer of Graettimger. RaJph Campbells, Roy Hartshorns, Mrs. Hurlburt lew. Brrol Peterson won travel prize. SUPEEVISORS' PROCEEDINGS Sec. T»vn. ItiiK. Acre* Name of Ihe Owner .21 <i6 28 40 Anna M. Schlck et al NOTICK OF \SSKSSMKNT FOIl SURFACING SKCOKI»AUY IIOAD DISTIUCT NO. .187 Notice Is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that there las been tiled ir. the ottiee of the County Auditor of Kossutli County. Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing Die special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District No. 58i. which schedule of proposed assessments^ is as follows^ NEU SEU • NWU SEU - swu SEU .... ;; ;; ;, •„ SWU NEU '.".'" " " " Harry J. Bode ... SEU NEU " " " " Lola K. Dreesman NE'U NKU '.'.'.'. " " ',', ','. ','. '•'• '•'•••• NWU NE'/i " NEU »""" NWU SWU SEU NEU NWU SW U NWU NW U NWU Aetna Life Ins. Co. Mike Smith & Louis Schmidt AKHIll't .$10 89 . 6.0S . 7.8-1 . S.49 . . 7.CO . 10.8!) . 10.61 . 7.S4 . 7.M , . Itl.fil . . 10.89 7. CO 7.60 10.S9 8.4!' li.27 SW .. SW U swu 7 U S W U • • " " " ' ' ' ' ' "'"' You and eacl 1 .- of you wliosc names appear in the within -schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before tin Board of Supervisors at their office in Algona, Iowa, on the 2bth day of Fel). 1943, at two o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. IJnli-ss you Ille written objections to «ald report on or before noon cii Bald day, the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived All assessments may be paid Ir. full without interest if paid wlthli twenty days from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, thin 19th day of Jan., 194;:. County Auditor NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SKCONDAHY HOAI> IIISTHICT NO. nOU Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in the with in (schedule that there fas been filed In the office of the County Audi tor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment Bhowlng tlie special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District which schedule of proposed assessments is as follows: Ulou Sec. Twp. line. Acre* Name of the Owner am No. 506 &ub-nivi NEU SEU NWU SEU '!.'. 96 29 40 Kenneth & Mabel Strayer KWU SEU NEU NW U SWU SEU NKU NWU SEU SEU SWU SWU SWU SW NEU NEU NEU SEU SEU .11 SEU NWU NWU NWU NKU NEU NEU NEU, SWU A of 1 .12 AMIU* 7.1 6.8 Thomas O. Godden ........ 7.9 11 " " ......... 9.6 Flovd Duncan .............. 6.8 " " ............... 7.1 " .............. 8.4 " ............... 7.9 I. Freeman ................. 2.0 '''''''''''''''''''' " 3.0 9.8 6.9 9.6 9.8 9.8 8.4 5.4 5.1 9.8 9.62 9.S8 6.89 9.62 9.88 6.89 Equitable Life Assur Soc. . . Jens Sorensen P. N. Sarchet Ruth Estep Henry Relken Ruth Estep Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa November 27, 1943 11:00 o'clock A. M. Hancock-Kossuth Joint Drainage District No. 2-36 The Boards of Supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth Counties met to call of the Auditors with the following members present: Hancock county, Schoun, Eckels and Klipping, and from Kossuth County, Fraser, Cosgrove, Heikeh, Quinn and and McDonald. On motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn, which motion was voted and duly carried, F. .1. Schoun was appointed to act as Chairman of this jolr.t meeting. On motion by Eckels and second bv Kllpplng, which motion was voted and duly cuirrled. E. S. Klnsey was appointed to act as Secretary of this joint meeting. Tlie minute.s of the last joint meet- Ing were read and approved as read. Motion by McDonald and second by Eckels that a levy of 2 percent or original assessment be made against all lands, tracts, lots, highways, parcels and railroads in said Drainage District Hancock-Kossuth No. 2-36 nnd that same be placed on Ihe tax lists by the Auditors and to be collected with the 1942 taxes as provided by law. Aye-s: all. Motion by Eckels and second by Cosgrrove that Supervisor Kllpplng he authorized and directed to proceed with the removal of a certain culvert which In the opinion of the Joint Board Is obstructing the work- Ing condition of Hancock-Kossuth Joint Drainage District No. 2-3G. Said obstruction or culvert being located in the part of Drainage District running and across the NEU or Section 19. Blngham Township, Hancock County, Iowa. Ayes: all. Motion by Eckels and second by McDonald that Joint Boards adjourn to the coll of the Auditors of Hancock and KosRuth- Counties. Ayes' a "' F. J. SCHOUN. Chairman. Attest: E. S. KINSEY, Secretary. Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa December 30, 1942 9:00 o'clock A. M. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by McDonald and sccord by Qulnn that the following Finivl Estimates of John Schumacher on gravel contract be approved to-wlt: Projects No. 587. No. 590. No. 50ii, No. 592 and No. 58S. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and seond hy Cosgrove that a pauper's notice ho served or the following named persons; John Pwilnga and fnm.lly., Gottlieb Scimffer and family. Edwin Cassem and family and Alex Burg- liart and family. Ayes: nil. Motion by Helken and second bv Quini: that the appointment of «.. D Curtis of Swoa City, Iowa, as local registrar for Swea City. Eagle Township. Grant Township. Harrison k mtdf sefv,, storage plon. Yards Int., sup., Flalg, strp, ,.,,...... kohThaa* Hardware, sup- , > Tltbnks'lfnplemSnt Co., Statt Hardware, sup, ...... Gamble State, frup. ,.....,. Tire Re-Cappers Co., sup, .. Frank D. Fisher, sup S. B, French Lumber Co., sup, Farmers Co-Op. Soc., sup, .. Fred Peterson, sup. > Sioux City Iron Co., sup. ,. Herman M, Brown Co., sup. Sieg Fort Dodge Co., sup. Lelghton Sup. Co., sup. .... Globe Machine & Sup. Co., sup Owatonna Tool Co., sup Central Auto Electric Co., sup, ,,..'...,..,..., Olbbs Cook Tractor Co., sup. Royal "400" Oil Co., sup. i K. & H. Co-Op. Oil Co., sup. . Anllkers Super Sefv., sup. . Peerless Oil Co., sup K, & H. Co-Op. OH Co., sup. Bancroft Oil Co., sup MId-Contlh-ent Petroleum Corp., sup Standard Oil Co., sup. 23.36 1298 ,6.55 26.24 2.48 26.30 7.B9 47.21 62.30 26.13 42.94 26,69 2.20 446.19 507.81 36.72 46.60 194,27 26.93 72.71 G.22 347.1 3.08 B.73 , 2.46 West Bend News noaoceoo Mrs. Leo Mlmbach of Renwick visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. DeWitt Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Fish left Sunday for Florida where they ex- ject to spend a month. Their place of business will be closed while they are gone. H. F. Anderegg received a tele- ram from his sister, Mrs. Dick Abbot, terlling him of the death of ler son. Mr. Anderegg was unable :o attend the funeral. Mrs. Agnes Vohs substituted as music instructor in the Rolfe schools several days ths week while Mrs. Lorraine Boch visited in Cedar Falls with her husband who was iome on furlough. Mrs. John Bowen went to Estherville Tuesday. Her youngebt daughter, Mrs. Pearl Nelson, underwent an operation for apperrd- Jcdtis there Wednesday and she was called to take care of her home. She returned Sunday. Mrs. Victor Hansen of South Sioux City, Nebr., and George Thacker of Rock Valley, Iowa, came Sunday for a few days' visit with their mother, Mrs. John Thacker who is in the hospital at Emmetsburg and with their father in West Bend. The L. S. L. C. met at the home of Mrs. R. W. Jurgens Tuesday afternoon. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. James Cflson. Thirteen members responded to rdll call. Work was given on the home nursing course by Mrs. Jerry Schutter and Mrs. R. W Jurgens. Mrs. Wilbur Justine had charge of the entertainment. The prize was won -by Mrs. Carl Vohse. At the close of the meeting lunch was served by the hostess. Township and Swea Township ba approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second hy McDonald that a refund in the amount of $3.46 be made to John Steinberg, Ledyard, Iowa, for an error made in assessing Lot 10 of Block 10. Ledyard Incorp. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Heiken that Kossutli County accept from Ferdinand M. Brethorst the sum of J^OO.OO as a compromise settlement in full for sums advanced by Kossuth County to Theresa Brethorst and family. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Cosgrove that a refund of $2.00 be made to Albert Sleper for dog tax- paid twice for year of 1011 In Hebron Township. Ayes: all. Motion hy Heiken and second by Quinn that' tlie application for extension of payment of School Fund Note of Hattle nurllngame be approved and that the extension of payment be advanced to December 31. 1947. Aye-si All. Motion by Qulnn and second by McDonald that Helken make necessary repairs on Drainage Districts No. 139 and No. 82. Ayes: all. Motion by CoBgrove and second by McDonald that the Drainage Tiond of George Noone on contract repair work on Drainage No. E be released. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by McDonald that a transfer In the amount of »9.872.00 be made from the construction fund to the Maintenance fund. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second bv Heiken that an abatement of Si4Cfl.OO valuation be made on Personal Property of Wm. H. Vogel. charged in Tturt lucorp.. being recommended by a resolution passed by the Town Council of Burt, be hereby approcved. Ayes: all. Motion by Qulnn and second >iv McDonald that Board adjourn to 8:00 a. m. January 2, 1943. Ayes: all. J. H. FHASEB, Chairman. K. P. KINSEY, Secretary. Auditor's Office Algona. Iowa January 2, 1943 8:fl<1 o'clock A. M. Board of Supervisors met at regular session with the following members present. Fraser. McDonald. Heiken. Qulnn. and Cosgrove. Absent: none. The cash on hand In tie various County Offices as counted by Supervisors HWIker. McDonald and Qulnn was found to be as follows 1 Treasurer's Office—cash and checks—$3,683.65. Sheriff's Office—cash and checks —449 74 Recorder's Office—Cash—*5.00. Hlerk of Court Office—None. Auditor's Office—None. Ayes: all. , . Motion bv Helken and second bv Cosgrove that the minutes of the last regular session and all . adjourned session stand approved as rend. Ayes; all. Motion by Qulnn and second by Cosgrove that Kossuth County accept from Fred Flalg the sum of $40.00 as a compromised settlement In full for all delinquent taxes SEU NEU NWU RW'S NBlI NWU SE'i NEU NWH SW U SEU NWU SWU W Ii3 SWU 13.5 A of SWU 13.5 A of o^v i/ " •• " " " i,. A. uruKsnanic »* You a'nd each of you whose names appear in the within schedule are hereby notified that said report wHl come on for bearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In Algor.a. Iowa, on the 26th day of Fob 1943 at two o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above appor- tloninents may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you flle written objections to eafd report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid in full without Interest If paid within ^^ J. F. Qulnn, comm. & session ..................... 199.00 W. S. Cosgrove, comm. •& session . . . ......... .... ..... J. H. Fraser, comm. & s-es- slon ..................... W. W. Sullivan, P. M., post- H. B. White',' de'l.' tax' coil'.'!'. F. A. Newvllle, guard air port A. J. Cogley, bd. and lodge prisoners ................ A. J. Cogley, mileage and Invest fees .............. A. E. Laurltzen, travel exp. . 1* A. Wlhkel, office exp. and percent of fines ......... Otto Nelson, labor .......... Mrs. V. L. Stebblns, labor Clerk of District Court, office, exp ................. Bancroft Register, board proceedings ................ Advande . Publishing Co., board proceedings ........ Algona Upper Des Moines, board proceedings ...... Swea City Herald, printing Whlttemoro Champion, prln- Ing ............. ........ Fenton. Reporter, printing . Klipto Loose Leaf Co.; sup. . Matt Farrott & Sons Co., sup .................... Lorlng Supply Co., printing Koch . Brothers, printing... Jerklns-Fergemann Co., sup. Pratt Paper Co., sup ....... Metropolitan Supply Co., sup. General Typewriter Exchange, sup ............. Pratt Electric Co., sup ..... C. A. Heard, sup ........... C. S. Johnson, sup ......... Botsford Lumber Co., sup. . . Lalng & Muckey, sup ....... Kohlhaas Hardware, sup. . Council Oak Store, sup. . . MI«sourl-Kansa« Chemical Co., sup ................... Armstrong Laboratories, sup. Algona Flour & Feed Store, sup ........... ........... Duane Christ, bty .......... Alvin Sleeker, bty ......... Elmer Boyken, bty ......... Don Wortman, bty ......... O. O. Anderson, bty ......... F. S. Norton & Son, sup ..... Prank Kohlhaas, mayor fees C. H. Ostwlnkte, j. p. fees . . F. A. Newvllle. const, fees Fred Gebken. witness fees . Mrs. Fred Gebken, .witness feds .................... Armalle Gebken, witness fees ............ * ....... Paul Gebken, witness fees Dr. C. H. Cret'/.meyer, witness foes ..................... A. J. Cogley, sheriff fees .... H. A. Phillips School Serv., sup ........ v., ........... University Publishing Co., sup ....................... Baker Paper Co., sup ....... Macmlllan Co.. sup ......... Houghton Mlftlin Co., sup. . . Scott Foresman Co.,1 sup.. Alvin Huenhold, mtg ....... Frank Kohlhaas. mtg ....... H. M. Harris, mtg ......... L, S. Bohannon. luetg ..... Dr. L. W. Fox. 'mtg ....... W. K Hawcott, mtg ....... Carl Hutcrlns, quar. exp. . H. M. Harris, weed comm. . . Herman Harms, weed comm. Burroughs Add. Machine Co., sup ...................... II. E. McMurray, -sup ....... TC. D. James, sup ......... R-ichardson Furniture Co., sup ...................... J. F. Qulnn, sup ......... W. A. Duttoi:, Bd., Soc. Welfare mtg ................ AV S. Cosgrove, mtg ....... Mrs. Clothilda Hutchison, O. A. A. expense ...... A IT. Borchardt, sup ....... COURT FUND F II Kemis, court reporter M. C. Grler, court reporter . F H, Kemis, court reporter W. L. .Whitney, bailiff ..... F. H. Kemis. court reporter Frances A. Amspoken, court reporter ................. INSANE FUND . Dr. C. II. Cretzmeyer, exam. phys .................... -. T. C. Hutchison, attorney A. J. Cogley, sheriff fees... T. B. FUND . Dr. J. B. Winked T. B. insp. J 'BANGS DISEASE ' FUND Avery Fitch, indem. cattle Walter J. Barr, indem. cattle Otto Rlcliter, indem. cattle . . INSTITUTE FUND Department of Rural Education, membership fees .... University of Iowa, sup ..... Pacific Publishing Assn., HUP. Department of Elementary School I'rlnc., sup ....... Bureau of Educational Re- searcl , sup ............... Parents Magazine Co., »up. . Clark & Clark Publ. Co., sup ...................... CONSTRUCTION FUND H. M. Smith, salary ........ John D. Fraaer, salary .... Jim H. Merryman, bridge . jnsp ....................... * JB.OU McGuire Brothers, grading. .3502.48 John Schumacher, graveling 3994.11 H. M. Smith, salary ...... 266.00 John D. Fraser, salary ...... r i5«'!!2 McGuire Brothers, grading 3588,1.98 Oleiin Householder, labor .. 44 Ou Concrete Products Corp., sup. 310-00 John McGuire, grading .... 184.07 Ed McGuire. grading ...... ,1iS;-J? Hiram Boeckhiilt, gravel ---- 1277.5.1 MAINTENANCE FUND Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., tele, serv ............ City of Algona, llgU serv. C. W. Pearson, adv. freight Peter Movick, patrol ...... John J. JJIxon, patrol ...... Roger Jensen, patrol ...... Melvln R. Iliiwks, patrol ---Harry Helmke, patrol ...... S. D. McDonald, patrol IDC.'10 204.15 26.00 112.67 145.10 86.20 164.14 40.75 274.39 1.75 2.40 2.86 209.64 149.70 174.110 6.00 4.50 3.00 126.46 94.07 5.26 33.36 3.6S 5.63 20.93 . 10.77 4.S2 2.00 17.85 7.43 17.94 6.93 .78 29.04 135.00 15.01 .90 .SO .40 2.hO 4.00 1.83 10.00 38.26 6.05 1.30 .50 .r,o .50 .60 10.50 7.SS 31. -12 240.54 390.29 17.27 .1153.15 3.00 Jl.OO 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 57.00 10.HO 35.60 61.65 1.42 1.50 8.00 42.00 9.40 10.00 1.12 110.4S 76.76 79.112 42.00 125.18 61.76 3.00 :H.'IO 17.05 228.30 180.80 59.40 12.50 25.00 2.00 75 5.40 2.00* 6.10 euuiiuui u VJi V.U., nu|J. , , . . , , Central States Electric Serv., light serv Central States Electric Serv., light serv , Interstate Power Co., light serv, LIBRARY FUND L, W. Singer Co., sup 10.00 Scott Foresman Co.. sup 21.83 Appleton Century Co., sup. . . 1.50 News Map of the Week, sup. 8.26 Roach Fowler Co., sup 7.50 Iowa State Safety Council, sup 5.00 Bobbs Merlll Co., sup 2.25 Houghton Mlfflln Co., sup. 42.75 Omaha School Supply Co., step 40|91 A. S. Barnes & Co., sup 8,00 Follett Publishing Co., sup. 25.79 World Book Co., sup 20.43 Charles Scrlbners & Sons, sup 22.29 Beckley Cardy Co., sup 4.74 Croller Society, sup 2.86 American Education Press, supV 12.13 F. A. Owen Publishing Co., sup 15.80 Iowa State Teachers College, sup 6.16 Palo Alto County Superln- entlent, apportionment .. 21.12 Hancock County Superln- ,' tendcnt, apportionment.. 41.70 John C. Winston Co., sup. .. 25.64 Lyons & Carnahan, «up 55.05 H. A. Phillips School Serv. sup 20.34 , stable, stable, sessor, stable, tice of Cadmus Books, sup. Row Peterson & Co., sup... University Publishing Co., •sup MacMllllan Co., sup D. C. Heath & Co., sup American Bpok Co, sup Iowa Pupils Reading Circle, sup ' Pacific Press Publishing Co., sup DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. 7— Stott Hardware, sup Dr. No. 72— B. A. Taylor, labor Dr. No. 80— Dr. No. 82— George Looft, labor George Loof t, labor R. Pomeroy, labor Florence Construction Co., contract Dr. No. 85— Chas E. Chubb, engineer . Homer Nolle, labor Dr. No. 90— Thoo. Dorenbush. labor .. Stott Hardware, sup Dr. No. 116— • Chas. Emanuel, labor .... Dr. No. 139— George Looft, labor Dr. H-K. No. 3-46— Dick Baade, labor C. H. Cooper, labor Dr. H.-K. No. 7-120— Jim Adams, l(\bor Dr. P. A.-K. No. 1— Fullerton Lumber Co, sup. Dr. H.-K. No. 3-46— Kossuth County Maintenance Fund, sup Dr. H.-K. No. 5-87— •KoBsuth County Maintenance Fund, tile Dr. W.-K. No. 3-11 — N K. Anderson, labor .... Dr W.-.K. No. 68-136— A E. Qiiamme, labor .... Geo. Smith, labor Rock Island Lumber Co., labor '' 'POOR' FUND ''' Stamp issuing Officer, prov. 17.B7 83.32 8.08 34.23 00.92 7.20 77.73 22.64 2.91 25.00 7.20 24.7S 21.00 945.30 42.07 9.00 25.00 2.91 4.78 10.35 12.35 lO.'IS 2.64 .87 1.41 9.51 2.08 15.74 14.43 2.83 217.00 27.00 Stamp issuing Officer, prov. 27.0U Aim & Boies, prov. ........ »•"" Undo Meat Market, prov. .. 7.00 Hood's 1,0. A., prov. 12.00 20.00 7.00 16.00 3.3fi 3.00 6.20 Deputy* Auditor, •e Moore, Deput* She- Alma Pearson, Demii i.vvd.OO; Stella .Mae Brfref, _,_<# Recorder, $1,0*0.00! It. C. :utehln«, Assessor/ $600.00; J, H, Sheridan, justice of the Peacd. I600.00J Jacob Keller, Constable, ieoo.oo H. 3. Braiey, Justice of the Peace, $600.00: Ernst a Thlel. Constable, $600.00; Mildred Fox, Justice of the Peace,.$600.00: w. J, Davisort, justice of the Peace, $500.00; Delia Welter, Justice of the Peace, $600.00; Camilla Cooper, Assessor, $600.00; Wt H. Stott. Con' • • 1600.00; W, H. Stewart, Con" 600.00; Ray H. Hansen. As- 500.00; F, A, Newvllle, Con- 1500.00; J. B, Johnston, JUM._ the Peace, $600.00; William Blomster, Constable, $500.00; Wm. Hammer, Assessor, $600.00: Charle» Clifford Inmar, Secretary of Kos» suth County Farm Bureau, $9,000.00. Ay*s: all. Motion by Qulnn and .second by McDonald that the following appointments for 1943 be approved as follows: v C. S. Pearson, Deputy Auditor. L. J. Immerfall. Deputy Auditor John Bestenlehner, Clerk In Auditor's Office. Mary K. Sards, 1st Deputy Treasurer. Rosella Volgt, 2nd. Deputy Treasurer. Alma .Tunkermeler, Auto Clerk. C. H. Ostwlnkle, Delinquent Ta\Collector. Alma Pearson, Deputy Clerk. Marc Moore, Deputy Sheriff. Stella Mae Breen, Deputy Recorder, Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that H. M. Smith be appointed as Engineer ard that John D. Fraser be appointed a« assistant engineer for tho year of 1943. Ayes; all. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that for the ensuing year of 1943 the office of each county officer be opened at 8:00 o'clock a. m. and remain open through the noon hour and closed at 4:00 o'clock p. m. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Schram that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, it Is necessary that public funds collected by the Treasurer be placed In various depositories, and WHEREAS, Chapter 173 of the 41st General Assembly, State ot lown, authorizes adoption of a State Sinking fund within the state for protection of public funds held within tlie designated depositories. NOW. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, that C. W. Pearson, County Treasurer of Kossulh County, Iowa, Is hereby directed to deposit funds Ir the depository bank\s hereinafter mentioned which are hereby designated and approved as depositories of public funds of Kossuth County. Iowa, to-wlt: Iowa State Bank, Algona, Iowa. Security State Bank, Algona* Iowa. State Bank of Ledyard, Ledyard, Iowa. Tltonka Savings Bark, Tltonka. Iowa. Exchange State Bttnl;, Wesley, Iowa. Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, Iowa. Burt Savings Bank. Burt. Iowa. Farmers State Bank, LuVcirne, Iowa. Lakota Office of Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Buffalo Center. Iowa. Fenton Office of First Trust & Savings Bank. Armstrong. Iowa. Lone Rock Bank, Lone Rock. Iowa. Farmers State Bank, Whlttemore, Iowa . , and that all public funds now in possession of sold County Treasurer of Kosfluth County, Iowa, shall be deposited In said banks hereinafter designated and the said County Treasurer Is hereby authorized and required to use said banks as such depositories, that the maximum amounts of County Funds authorized to be:deposited in said banks, which are .hereinafter approved as depositories for said County Furds shall be as follows: Iowa State Bank, Algona, Iowa •_•,-••;•,- *GOO,000.00 B'OO.OOO.OO 100,000.00 136.00 charged against Fred 63 . 4.26 2.4S $.8* 13.5 Ada Helen "Vogel 61 I.. A. Crukshank 51 AH assessments —, „_ ,— . , . . twenty days from date the assessment i« confirmed. Dated ftt Algona. Iowa,, this l»th day of Jan.. 1943. B. S. KINSEY. County Auditor. SENECA NEWS j yBBfifyipf^^ Mr. and Mrs. Jen's Peterson and Mr. and (Mrs. A. K. Nelson attended the funeral of Elmer Lee's mother at the Depew church last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Petersen were Sunday callers at the Carl Jorg- enaen home at Rlnggted. The Jor- gensens were observing their 26th wedding anniversary. Mrs Otto Wilberg. who submitted to an operation at the Kossuth hospital at Algona recently, returned home about 10 days ago. She i» recovering satisfactorily. Mrs. Jennie Jewten. Ring-ted, was a recent piest at the MlUen Jensen home. "Hie MiUen J* 08 * 08 were Sunday dinner guests at the | I" Burt Township. Lone Rock Ir.corp. and Fenton Incfcrp, and Lone Rock Ind. Burt Township. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Helken that the following quarterly reports be approved: Recorder's report of fees collected. Sheriff's quarterly report. Clerk's report of fees collected. Auditor's report of fees collected. Ayes: all. On motion Board proceeded to Audit »nd Allow Bills as per "Schedule nf Claim" hereinafter written. SCHEDIII.K OF CLAIMS COUNTY FTTND Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.. t«le. Berv ........... $ W. W. Sullivan, p. m.. post- 89.17 16.03 15.36 13.11 5.C4 3500 88.00 98.10 97.10 198.?0 115.90 Joe M. Esser. patrol 101.10 Wm. F. Gronbach. patrol 101.10 Archie Dodds, patrol 101.10 Ralph Markla. patrol 116.70 Rasmie Hansel!, patrol .... 44.00 Clarence Hentges, patrol .... 106.70 James Kelso, patrol 106.70 Ed Fuchsen, patrol 121.30 Bert Shellmyer, patrol .... 101.In Peter Movick, patrol 68.1U Doyal Sanders, patrol 103.10 Ed'Baker, patrol 105.60 Joe Welch, patrol 104.70 W. W. Suliivan. P. M., postage •"••"I City of Alerona. light, serv. . 5J.34 W. W. Sullivan. P. M.. post- ape 2-00 W. W. Sullivan. P, M.. postage 20.00 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage 4.76 C. W. Pearson, Treas., adv. btv 27.07 C. W. Pearson. Treaa., office • exn 98-94 Bertha W. Johnson, assist. In recorder office 63.vo Elnora Voljrt. assist. In Treasurer Office 60.00 W. B. McDonald, comro. * session 1«-60 P. J. Helken, comm. & ees- ...--i ision 4W-MI Clyde Sanders, patrol 105.90 Roclf Miller, patrol 104.30 Leo Ram us, labor 37.40 Verne Mollnder, patrol 103.00 James M. Long, patrol 103.50 A. J. Hlldman, patrol 103.10 John A. Elsenbacher, patrol 103.10 Joseph M. Studer. patrol .... 103.10 Lem Stockwell. patrol 97.60 J. E. Falk, patrol 116.46 John Stott, patrol 108.10 W. F. Schrader. patrol 96.10 Dwlght Simpson, labor .... 4.00 C. H. Cooper, labor 49.20 Dick Baade, labor 62.30 Wayne Sanders, labor 4.00 Merwlr Marlow, patrol ... 94.10 Ed McGuire. labor 30.00 Clifford Holmes, patrol J<I !-3S Mllo Patterson, patrol 101.10 C. S. Johnson, prov. Algona Food Market, prov. East End Grocery, prov. . . AppelqulSt Grocery, prov.. Whlttemore Creamery, prov. Fred C. Huettner, prov. . . Whlttemore Elevator Co.. fuel ............... ;--;-F S. Norton & Son, fuel . Farmers Elevator Co., fuel . Moore & Moore Inc., fuel . . Kunz Grain Co., fuel ...... Farmers Co-Op. Soc., fuel . . Burt Elevator, fuel ........ O P. McDonald & Co.. fuel Quaker Oats Co.. fuel .... Dr. R. M, Wallace, med. . . Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. Dr. M. G. Bourne, med ..... Dr. J. N. Keneflck, med. . . Dr. J. P. McManus, med. . . Dr. M. T. Morton, med ..... Dr. R. L. Corbin. med. . . . . Dr R. H. Thompson, dental 1C. D. 'James, sup ........... Lusby & Glossl. sup ..... Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care . St. Joseph- Mercy Hospital, hosp. core .............. Park Hospital & Clinic. hosp. care .............. Ella Brlgg*, care ........ Marvel Dole, salary ...... Mary Kuhre, salary ..... . House of the Good Shepherd, care ..................... Council Oak Store, sup ..... Kossuth County Mutual Fire Ins., Ass'n, premium ---Henry J. Kline, rent ...... M. J. Cunningham, rent .... Jakob Keller, rent ........ D. D. Monlux, rent ........ Lydla Reinhart, rent ...... Department of Social Welfare, blind aid .......... Ben Bakken, labor ........ County Farm — Doy Larson, labor ........ F. 8 Norton & Sou, sup. . . L. E. Stephens, light serv. Hobarton Elevator, sup ..... Consumers Wholesale Co., prov .................... M. & J. R. Hakes, prov. . . Algona Bakery, prov ..... Lueby & Giossl, sgp ....... Algona Ice Cream Factory. locker and sup ......... Leuthold & Williams Co., clothing ................ Dr. F. V. Janse, med ....... K. D. James, sup .......... Robt. Ruhchey, sup ......... James Vipond, labor ...... Katherlne Park, misc. exp. . C. S. Johnson, sup. ........ Richardson Hardware, sup. Kohlhaas Hardware, sup. . . Algona Maytag Co., sup. . . George Jergens, labor .... MoCormlck-Deerlng Store, sup. ... .................. C. A. Heard, sup ........... Royal "400" Oil Co., «up. E. R. Rising, sup ......... Algona Flour & Feed Store, sup, . . ................... AO. RESOLVED: That the County Auditor is here authorized to Issue warrants for all bills allowed at tills meeting as per "Schedule of Claims hereinbefore written. Motion by Quinn and second by Helken that as all work has now been completed for 1942, the old 43.SO 7.00 14.9n 42.57 7.45 37.07 7.45 19.35 14.S2 CO.OO 41.50 SO.OO 23.25 14.25 7.00 7.50 40.00 5.71 34.17 49.00 78.00 15.00 45.60 29.00 80.00 113.25 20.00 1.31 2.80 10.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 10.00 43.97 75.00 90.00 2.07 56.18 84.35 12».74 48.03 57.21 2.50 20.27 24.10 47.00 3.85 11.27 80.00 1.90 fi.16 8.62 22.76 16.50 ,8.00 1.10 2.50 26.91 52.05 Farmers Ings Iowa Farmers Bank, Iowa . Fanners Verne, & Traders Sav- by Helkeft'—— i'Uftl*!!^' 1048 At, .*w»«v " •*.»«•*— .— rs--« Court Kdom, Algona,'Iowa, t» t»« set date And place for the 19418 Road Program, Ayes; all. . ^ ,x: Mdtlori by Qulr.n and second by Helkeit that IcoSsUtH County fce* oept the «um of $86,00 from,Marie Hogan as a compromised settlement in full for sum* advanced for oftra and keep of Nick Reman ,<n Stata Hospital at Cherokee, Resolution oa flle. Ayes: all. Motion by Soli ram and second by Helken that the Kossuth County Farm Bureau certificate of member* ship be accepted and that an appro, prlatlon of $5,000.00 be made to the Kossuth County Farm Bureau for the year beginning January 1st. as provided by laws of the State of Iowa, Chapter 138, of the 1931 Code of Iowa. Ayes: all. Motion by Qulnn and second by Schram that the list of salaries as fixed by the Board of Supervisor* for the ensuing; year of 1943 be approved as follows: C. S. Pearson, Deputy Auditor, $126.00 per mor.th. Leo J. Immerfall, Deputy Audtor, $125.00 per month. John Bostenlehnor, clerk In Auditor office, $105.00 per month, Stella Mae Breen, Deputy Record-. er, $92.00 por month-. Mary K, sands, 1st Deputy Treas^ urer, $120,00 per month, Rosella Volgt, 2nd, Deputy Treas« urer, $120.00 per month. Alma Junkermeler, Automobile Clerk, $95.00 per month. Marc Moore, Deputy Sheriff. $lz6.» 00 per month, Alma Pearson, Deputy Clerk of Court, $120.40 per month. H. M. Smith, engineer, $276.00 pet- month. John D. Fraser, assistant engineer, $150.00 per month. • V. L. stebblns, janitor, $10*.0fl per month. (Extra help In the various office*. $3.00 per day. Harry Helmke, head mechanic, 70c per hour. Patrol, 60c por hour. Help for snow fencing nr.d oxf-* county work, 40o per l:our. 50c per mile road dragging with 4 horses or tractor. 50c per hour man and team. lOc per hour for each additional horse. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second! by Helken that the schedule of pay and days for assesors making tlia 1943 assessments, which schedule* represents an Increase of 7 days •for each township assessor be approv-- ed as follows: Towns—'Assessor Days Amt. Algona, Bertha Johnson 121 $484.00 Bancroft. Joe Cogley .. 27 108.00 Burt, Roy Clark 22 % 90.0$) Fenton, W. C. Stamer . 18 72.08 Lakota, J. E. Smith .. 24 96.00 Ledyard, Harry Schroeder 12% 60.00 Lore Rock, Don Blanchard 11 44.00 LuVerne, Wilbur Rentz 18ti 74.00 Swea City, R. Roalson. 31 124.00 Tltonka, Camilla Cooper 18% 74.00 Wesley, Ihno A. Gerdes 24 96.00 Whlttemore, Frank W. Elbert 21% 86.00 Townships— Buffalo, Roy E. Hanson 4t% Burt, A. H. Hanna .. 41 Cresco, Eleanor Potter 43 Eagle, O. W. Berggren 31 Fenton, Wm. Christen 45 186.00 164.00 172.00 124.00 ....... 180.00 Garfield, Mike Heider- scheldt 48 Grant, W. I* Reynolds . 31 • German, Robert Bunkofske 46% Jreenwood, Linus Vaske 42 Harrison,- Richard M. Anderson SB Hebron, Oscar Frandle 39 Irvlngton, Lawrence Hlutchlns M Ledyard, John Harts- • horn 87 • Lincoln, Belle M. Koppen 39 Lotts Creek, Hugo J. . . Faulstlck 43 LuVerne. Ed Chambers 40 Plum Creek, Hollis Ben- „ choter .............. 38 .KfflKV-K^oV* Hi-;*.;... Ramsey. Art Long .. 38 168.00 184.00 124.00 186.00 188.08 152.10 156.00 304.0ft 148.00 ' 156.00 172.00 160.00 162.00 Rlverdaie, Wm. Ham- Trust & Savings Buffalo Center. 150,000.00 50,000.00 85,000.00 100.000.On 100,000.00 150,000.00 50,000.00 ,.„„.... 150,000.00 State Bank, Lu. Iowa .......... Lone Rock Bank, Lone Rock, Iowa ........... Farmers State Bank, Whlt- temore, Iowa .......... State Bank of Ledyard, Ledyard, Iowa ........ First Trust & Savings Bank, Armstrong, Iowa (Fenton) ............. Tltonka Savings Bank, Tltonka, Iowa ........ Exchange State Bank, _„„„„„. Wesley, Iowa ........ 100,000.00 and hereinafter the said Counly Treasurer shall keep the public funds belonging to said county in said depositories not exceeding tho maximum amounts hereinafter authorized in any one bank so designated. Ayes: all. Resolution adopted this 2nd day of January. 194^. HPRASBR Chairman. Attest: E. S. KINSEY, Secretary. Motion by Heiken and second by Qulnn that the following resolution be a 38 45 152.00 180-M 160.00 132.00 172.00 180.00 180.00 180.00 It Is hereby Resolved by the Kossuth' County Board of Supervisors In regular session this 2nd day of January, 1943, pursuant to and In accordance with Chapter 2 of the Acts of the 44th General Assembly of the State of Iowa, that the Iowa State Bank and the Security State Bank, both banking corpor- ' in Algeria, Board adjourn. Attest: E. Chairman. S. KIN8BY. Secretary. , John Schumacher, graveling 8314.66 Cl-.ets Repair Shop, sup. Kossuth Motor Co.. sup McCormlclt-Deerlngr Store, sup F. I. Chapman, sup A. D. Tweeten, sup Frank Flalg, sup. ........ John McGuire. sup Botsford Lumber Co.. sup. • • Funk & Delra. sup. .. .. W. E. Gutknecht, sup Kun* Grain Co.. sup Thompson Yards Inc., sup. .. Fullerton Lumber Co., SUP. .. Dutch's Super Serv., sup, .. Greenbers Auto Sup., aup. .. Matt Farrott & Son*, sup. .. Perclval Motor*, aup. ...... Oarage, *wp 10.00 3.82 9.14 3.68 J7.38 16.29 600.00 1.88 4.96 ]3.9<! 7.63 1.S4 9.46 126.11 Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa January 2, 1943 00 o'clock P. M. . Supervisor* McDonald. Helken, Qulnn and Supervisors-elect Fraser and Schram assembled to organize the New Board of Supervisors for the ensuing year of 1943. Supervisors Fraser and Schram qualified and were sworn Into of- flce according to law and the member* at once proceeded to elect a Chairman for 1943. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that Fraser be appointed »* Ohairman of the Board of Supervlsora for the year 1843'. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Qulnn that the following official Bonds be approved: P. JV Heiken. Supervisor. $5.000.00; J. H. Fraser. Supervisor. $6.000.00; Supervisor W. A/Schraro. $5,000.00: H. W. Miller, County Attorney, W.OOO.OO: M O. Bourne. Coroner. 11.0000.00: B. 8. Klnsey, County Auditor. ||.OftO.OO; Arthur J. Cogley. Sheriff, i5.000.00: !)«n wp*ltefcierfc 0 o°/p1»trlct Court) nitons doing business Iowa, be and the same are hereby selected and approved as the depositories for Public Funds from and after January 2, 1943. The maximum amount which- each particular office of Kosuth County, Iowa, shall deposit In compliance with the resolution shall be as follows- Auditor's Office $10.000.00 Recorder's Office 5,000.00 Clerk of District Court of- nce 10,000.00 Sheriff's Office 6,000.00 Resolution declared adopted this 2nd day of January, 1943. J. H. FRASER . Chairman. Attest: E. S. KINSEY, Secretary. Motion by Schram and second by Helken that the following Estimate of the various County Offices for the year of 1943 be 'approved as Reeorder'fl Office '..$5,000.00 Clerk of District Court Office , 4,620.0ft Sheriff's Office S'SiS'SX County Treasurer Office ,. 8,700.00 Auditor's Office 8.200.00 County Attorney's Office.. 8,691.00 Superintendent of 8<*opl o , r Office 5,876.00 Motion' by Qulnn and second by Helken that the following cash and care allowances be approved for the year of 1943: Pavld W. Bamm, $16.00 per month on contract; Ed Qoetsch. $20.00 per month on contract; Nina Dutton, $16.00 per month on contract; Miss Mary Witte, $55.00 per month; Lena Godfredson. $2.00 per month; Dora Dale. $16.00 ? er month on contract; Edith Smith. 26.00 per month on contract; Minnie Steinman; $20.00 per month on contract; Minnie Thompson, $10.00 per month- or. contract: Martha Rentz, $60.00 per month for care of her mother, Anna Tletz; Wm. B. Huff, $10.00 per month; John 1). MagnulBSon. $16.00 per month on contract; Mrs. Anna Meyer, $2.00 per month; Edna Staley, $16.00 pur month for care of Betty and Lyn BiMh and her mother. Mrs. Herb Staley; Wm. G. Flalg. $10.00 per month fpr care of Mia* Helen Sprank; Mrs. Myra Peltzke, $20.00 per month on contract; Levant R. Moore, $43.6ft per month for care of five Moore children; Nels Peder- aen, $16.00 per month on contract; Mrs. lona Mjibuu. $25.00 per month, for care of her three children; Fred and Sylvia Martin, $10.00 per month. 3 Motion by McDonald" and second by Schram tb»t the Alfon* VPP«r De« Moines, thp KoMuTh County A3* y»n«e and the Bancroft Register, each being a newspaper printed ir KoMuth County, be- and *ro hereby appointed a* Official County New*- Seneca, Joe Crowley... Sherman, Melburn Steussy 4w Springfield, L. H. Junk- ermeler 33 Swea, C. F. McGregor 43 Union, D. C. Gardner .. 45 Wesley, Henry C. Nelson 45 Whlttomore, George Baas 45 'Motion' by McDonald and second, by Schram that W. A. Duttor, Mra. D. D. Monlux and J. F. Qulnn b» the persons appointed as member* of the County Board of Social WeK fare for Kossuth County for the> ensuing year of 1943. Ayea: a". Motion by Helken and second br Qulnn that the Board adjourn to t,.e Can of the AudH^^Ayea: alt Chairman Attest: E. S. KINSBT. . County Auditor, Auditor's Office. Algona, Iowa <' January 16, 19*8 1 9:00 o'clock A. M,, . A „ Board of Supervisors met to call of 'the Auditor with all members Pr Motlon by Helken and second by Qulnn that following official bond* be approved: W. E. McDonald-Super- vlsor, $6.000.00; Michael .Helder- scheld, Assessor, t600lOO: Edward Ramus, Assessor, $600.00; N. 8,_goa- kopf, Assessor, $500.00; Oscar Frandie, Assessor. $500.00; A, H. Hanna. Assessor. $500.00; Linus Vaske. Assessor. 46010.00; M, L, Steussy. Aa- sesbor $500.00; Roy A. Clark. Assessor, $500.00: L. H. Junkermeler. Assessor, $600.00; Roal Rooteqn. »8,4» 3?-5J -» Assessor, louu.uv; noai XIUBIBUU. ^»» sessor. $500.00; C. H. Ostwlnkle ., De, Wnquent Tax Cblleator, $KOOO.OO: Art Long, Aseeiasor, $600.()«; H. J. Braley, Assessor, $500.00. Ayen: Motion by Schram and second by McDonald that the final estimate ot J. I. Merryman on new bridge work be approved, total amout of finals $139.04. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that the following amount* from the various drains be trana- ferred to the Road Maintenance fund for the use of materials: Dr. No. 4 Dr. No. 20 Dr. No. 79 Dr. No. 91 Dr. No. 7 Dr. No. 76 .............. Lit <Dr. No. 90 ............. ••• <••?» Ayes: all. Motion by Schram and second by S ulnn that Gravel Road -Petition o. 697 be placed on file. Ayes: 6 Motion by McDonald and second by Schram that Chairman ,»""•«• be and is hereby directed to slip Quit Claim Deed, conveying to W. A» Lorenz, all Kosfiuth County's to* terest in and to the following «t* scribed property to-wlt: AU that part pf the BV4 of NW% of Swtlon 86 Township 98 Range 28 Weat lit the 6th P. M., bounded and ftscrib as follows: Beginning at a pp 909.8 ft. West and 800.9 ft. Norto __ the center of Section 85 Town* Ship 98 Range 28 West of the 6U> P. M, thence No/th 71 degrees. Bast a distance of 285.8 ft- tnene* North 39 degrees, East a dlstane* of 183.1 ft. thepce North Z5 degreea, Bast a distance of 74«.S fU tnaiHMj North 28 degrees. West a diatom* 128.9. ift,, thence South 14! degree*. West a distance 469.8 ft., tbeno* South 48 degrees 28 ft. West a dla- tance ot 682.9 ft, thence scull- 191 ft to point of beginning, containing 8.44 acres. Ayes: all. ' Motion by McDonald and second by Qulnn that the sun* of JU5M* be made from the Gen«r«l County Fund to the Teachers' Inatltut* fund. Ayes: all. ' . Motion by McDonald and second by Scnram that Kossuth County dla- continue the (ssuance of Food Stamps as of this date, January ISthf 1948, and that proper notice be f|v T en to Food Distribution Administration. and all people affected by tb« Food Stamp Plan. Ayes: all, Motion by McDonald and second bv .Qulnn that the annual report of A..J. Chriatenaen. Mayor of 8wea, City be approved. Aye*; all. • Motion by Qulnn and second At , , Attest: n B. s. KtaseyT County Auditor.

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