Hie Algona Uppei* Des Moines, Algona, towa, July 8, 1943 WAVES VISIT WITH WESLEY PARK FRIENDS THE 4TH Wesley—Alvlna Oppedahl, Ph. M. S/c 6f the WAVES, and her friend Claire Kohler, also Ph. M. 3/c, whose home is in San Francisco, cdme Sunday morning and spent till Wednesday evening at the former's parental Mrs. Tillle Loebig home. The girls are stationed at the Great Lakes Navol Training Station. Other Sunday guests at the Loebig home were the Will Jacobs family.of Dougherty, the Bert PutzStuck family of JLiUVerne, the Vic Simons family of Garner, the Louis Loebig family Of Wesley, the Floyd Jergens family of Kannwhn, Mr. and Mrs.' Adolph Missal Mildred Fox. of Titonka and A CORRECTION In last weeks paper the funeral of Mrs. Albert Hoffer was reported, when it should have been'Mrs. Anton Goetz. Ann Lickteig of .Des Moines spent the holiday week-end at her parental John Lickteig home. The E. M. Olson family and Bob Pink spent the holiday weekend in a cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Kratis spent from Sunday evening till Monday night at the Jake Kraus home. The Leroy Kleinpeter and Lawrence Koppen families enjoyed a picnic at the Call State Park, Algona, 'Sunday. "Mrs. Clarence Ackerson returned^home Friday from Detroit, •where she had visited relatives lor two weeks. The Frank Bleich, Tom McMahon and Lail Root families enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Wes- Jey park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Waldschmidt of Fort Dodge spent the holiday week-end at her parental Ben Studer home. ' Tho. Alf Studer, J, L. Studer and Tom Forburger families enjoyed a 4th of July picnic on the J.'L. Haverly lawn. . Mr. and Mrs. George I^elch, Jr., and two children of Kanawha visited, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Silbaugh and family spent from Saturday night till Sunday night at Lost Island Lake, near Ruthven. Ernie Kelch, his girl 'friend, Alice- and Eileen Kelch of Des Moines visited-relatives here and at Corwith over the week-end. • Lois Hildman and a lady friend from Mason City spent the holiday week-end at the former's parental Tony Hildman home. . .Bernadine Albrecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albrecht of Hockwell, spent the past week visiting at the Alfred ErBman and Leo Bleich homes. • Theresa Lickteig spent the 4th of July week-end with her par- Mr.-,arid Mrs. Louis Lickteig; ••• «*•»!:» •••**•••_»• * —. . . _ . Sne is"a'tleridirii? Iowa State,Teach- ei-s College at Iowa Falls. • . • Ruth : -Fdrburger, who attends Iowa iState Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent the 4th of July week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs/Tom Forburgef. Ardine, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Oscar MuJison, went to Port Dodge Saturday to Visit the Ceo. Werling family. Charlotte Mun» son visited friends in Garner Saturday. The Joe Goetz family, Howard Sparks family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martinek and Aileen, Mrs. Helen Johnson, Lillian and Bernn-> dine enjoyed a 4th of July picnic at the home of Mrs. Ruth Sparks. Mrs. Tillle Loebig, her daughter, Alviria Oppedahl, and the letter's friend, Claire Kohler, both of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, and Mildred Fox were Monday evening ,dinner guests at the Ben G, Studer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sheets and three sons of Omaha spent the holiday week-end at her parental Mrs. Albert Reno home-. Mrs. Will Lyons, of Chicago, also visited the past week with her mother, Mrs. Reno, and other relatives here. Reese Martin of Des Moines spent the week-end here with his family, who are at her parental George Hildman home. Their infant son was baptized Sunday, June 27, and named Louis George. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner were sponsors. George Hanig returned home Friday everting from Dedham, 'where he had been several days, called there by the serious condition of his brother-in-law, John Sidell, who fell from a ha/ rack and suffered a broken neck. He is in the Carroll hospital. John Bottom and his sister, Jean, visited friends here one day last week. John, who is in the navy, spent the past 18 months in Alaska. He was transferred to the East coast recently. John is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Bottom of Rowan, former Wesley residents. Lawrence Hildman, youngest son of ,Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, was transferred the first of the week from the naval air school at Mt. Vernon to a school at Pella, Iowa. Alvin Loebig, who left with Lawrence in March, was recently transferred to Ames, where he is taking his primary flying. Mary Agnes Kunz, youngest daughter of Mrs. Ann Kunz of Des Moines, former Wesley residents, spent the holiday week-end here at the home of her brother, J. M. Kunz, and with other relatives. Lewine Kunz, R.N., is employed in a hospital near Los Angeles where some of the casualties of the present war are cared for. Mrs. George Ward/ her daughter, Mrs. (Dorothy) Sam Hoag, and her two children, Monte and Robert, of Algona, left by bus Saturday evening for Kansas City to visit the former's daughter, Mrs. Art Nuehring, her husband and her brother. Don Ward, Mrs. Nuehring, the former Ruth Ward, had given birth to a baby Friday night but the infant lived only a few hours. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons .am two children and Mr. and Mrs Delmar Pommerening and tw children of St. Paul came Frida night to spend .the holiday week end at the ladies' parental E Hildman home. The Pommeren 'iJjgs also visited his parents, M: and Mrs.' C. Pommerening at Al gona. Mr. and Mrs. -Robt. Kain an three children of Sexton were als Sunday guests at the Hildma home. A. LUSSMAN, NEW TEACHER AT LOTTS CREEK, MOVES IN Lotts Creek—Mr. A. Lussman of Lidderdale brought a trailer load of goods here Friday afternoon, returning home the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lussman an9 daughter will move their entire household here Thursday and Mr. Lussman will be installed here Sunday afternoon as the parochial teacher by Rev. A. Reh'der. A potluck lunch will be served later in the afternoon. Grandma Mittag, who has been suffering with neuritis for the past month, has sold her household goods - and will make her home with her son, H. F. Mittag. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Marlene were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag spent the 4th at Ruthven with the Hugo Mittags of Truesdale, who spent a few days fishing there. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell and family, Fenton, were also there. Word was received here from teacher Wm. Schmield stating that they had arrived safely and were getting settled in their new home, which is a. beautiful duplex house near Thienville, Wis. A Brady van of Fort Dodge moved the Rev. E. Fiene household goods to Storm Lake Friday afternoon, where Rev. Fiene will retire. His daughter, Mrs. Dan Kane and children of Cheyenne, Wyo., will keep house for him. Mrs. Ed Kressin and sons, Orville and Oryin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kressin and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. John Munch and Mrs. Arnold Meyer. attended the funeral of Mrs. Ed Kressin's granddaughter, Clara Bierstedt, 7- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, of Fenton, held at the St. John's Lutheran church Monday afternoon. The little girl had been ill for ten months. LOTTS CREEK FOLKS PICNIC AND BINE IN CELEBRATING THE FOURTH SCHALLIN REUNION E. W. Brandenberg and son, Edward, and Irma Dee Jentz, Colorado Springs, Colo., who had been visiting here for' the past two weeks with relatives and friends returned to their homes Monday. , A Schallin family reunion was held in their honor a Week ago Sunday at the home of SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt spent Sunday at the Elmer Hunt home at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. John Pink of Titonka were Sunday guests at the B, E. Sanders home, Charlotte Ann Wise spent from Wednesday to Sunday .visiting her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. John Voss, Sr., at LuVerne. Robert Mayer, who was seriously ill at Kossuth hospital, returned to his, home on .Saturday night and is improving' slowly from a major operation. • Maritn Mimbaeh went to Cylinder on Sunday to the- home of Mrs. John Esser. Mrs. Mimbaeh, who had spent the week-end there, returned home with him, Mr, and Mrs. Wayland Frederick, enrpute to their home at Arlington, were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman WJse. Mrs. Frederick was former^ ly Dolores Voss,, The Junior Chorus of the Sejc- tpn Methodist church gang several' songs at the Wesley church on /Sudday, The Wesley Sunday School w.as presenting their p" ~ School prgoram. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven attended a music recital at Alf belt Lea, Mjnn, Their grandsqn and nephew, Harvey Duane, eon of Mr, and .Mrs. Lloyd Steven, presented numbers on his electrical guitar. Mrs. Fred Asa, of Waterloo spent the week-end at the Byron Asa home, She and Byron went to Rochester to visit Mrs. Byron Asa, who is quite ili there. Her father, Lou Krante, recently arrived from California to vtsjt his daughter gince she has been ill. . , < Brvin McCowan of the U. S. ?favy, pleasantly surprised his wife on Sunday with a visit He also ma.de, the acquaintance of hi? new son. who was born June |<Jth. Mrs, McGowan was formerly Genevieve Sanford, daughter>fti; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanford, who „,„ Jjye south'Of Sexton. , the Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin. Those attending besides the honoree were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scheller and family, Emmetsburg; Mr. anc Mrs. Melvin Henry, Mr. .and Mrs Frank Schallin and Mr. and Mrs Wm. Dau and family, Algona George Meyer of Holstein; Mr and Mrs. Geo. Bolte and family and Mrs. Clara Grimmels of Fairville; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heinzinger and family -of Fenton; Mr and Mrs. Martin Dreyer and Larry of Burt; Mrs. Anna Dau, Whittemore; Mrs. Martha Pompe anc family, Mr. and Mrs. * Ernes Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig and family, and Mr. anc Mrs, Wm. Boettcher. RADIOS PICNIC Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig anc family, Mr. and Mrs. Donaic Radig and family, Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Radig, Mrs, Wm. Fuerstenau and family, Mrs. Dora Laabs and family were entertained at a 4th of July picnic dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Gross aod family. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt and family, Fairville; Mr. and Mrs. Leland Handelman and family, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lohse and daughter of Rjnsgted. - '. • MARTIN MEYERS' DINE A Fourth of July picnic dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Martin Meyer Sunday. Those attending were: Mr. and Potratz and family, •s, Al- r . and Mrs, Nick Gengler and family, Mf, and Mrs, Qtto Ruhnke and family, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Leininger ana family and Mr, and Mrs, Wm. Rusgh and family of Wnittempre, Mr,; and Mrs. Art Rusch §nter= tained 8t a lawn party July 4th. Those ' attending were; Mr. and Mw Martin A. Mfyer sn4 family, Mr, and Mrs, Fritz Meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Meine and family. / Mjr,,and Mrs\ OttQ WicbtendaM, MT. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl au4 ftapttyi Mr, pwj Delbert OeitzT eiuMjer ftllw faxniiy and Mr. aAd Mrs. Kenneth BpUtager and fam-? ily had a picnic dinner July 4th ' High Lake, * OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY: Notice is hereby givei? that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wire, guy wires,' towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the Hancock County Rural Electric Cooperative, Garner, Iowa, in the office of the Iowa 'State Commerce Commission; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following described public lands, highways, streams and private lands. (7200 volts, single phase, wye connected, neutral •multi-grounded) . Beginning 'at the southeast •corner of 'Section Twelve (12), Township Ninety-six (96) North, "Range Twenty-seven f27) West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County, Iowa, thence west on "the highway on the south line of said Section Twelve (12), three-fourths % mile. The Iowa 'State Commerce Commission fixed the twenty-second (22nd) day'Of July, 1943, ten (10) o'clock A.M., in its office at Des Moines, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said petition. Any objections to the granting of such franchise must be in writing and filed in triplicate with this Commissibn ,at least five (5) days before date of hearing. The Iowa 'State Commerce Commission suggests that the objector be represented at the hearing by someone who has full authority to act for it. Carl "W. Reed, Chairman B. M. Richardson, Commissioner David B. Long, Conpnissloner ATTEST: Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary. •Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, June 25, 1843. E-5463 26-27 Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: Section 1. That the following sums are hereby appropriated to be paid to the persons hereinafter named. ELECTRIC FUND L. M. Bellock, salary $ 77.30 F. C. Dailey, salary 82.05 Tom Halpin, salary 77.30 Walter Gorman, salary .... 77.30 C. C. Wright, salary ' 63.05 Earl Bowman, salary 15.42 Wm. O. Ludwig, salary.... 65.42 Alvis Hill, salary 55.92 Ray Barton, salary 30.55 H. E. Stephenson, salary.. 74.92 Chester Webb, salary Frank Ostrum, salary 60.37 8.60 H. S. Roth, salary 79.07 C. U. Pollard, salary 110.07 Ira Kohl, salary 4292 Adah Carlson, salary 82.05 Laura Mitchell, salary 67.BO Diesel Service, oil 629.?* C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., freight 237.82 Socony-Vacuum Oil Co.. oil I. 131.08 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse 14.31 J. P. Marsh Corp., mdse. 3.53 Amer. Salt Corp., mdse 84.49 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse 36.40 Crescent Electric Supply Co., mdse 1645 Funk & Diem, repairs 1.66 Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse 12.77 Algona Laundry, service.. 6.50 Botsford Lbr. Co., mdse... 8.43 H. W. Post, freight 4.05 Railway Express Agency, express .35 Ernest Moe Station, gas.... 18.95 Harms Oil Co., gas and oil 23.11 Advance Publishing Co., service 11.22 Iowa Municipal Finance League, dues 5.00 Mrs. John Helmers, labor .75 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service Victory Tax Fund, V tax 44.57 WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary 77.3 Frank Ostrum, salary .... 66.3 Joe Dunn, salary 60.6 R. S. Barton, salary 32.5 5*2.5 Council Minutes at the church er, pastor, ferman ' Algona, Iowa June 24, 1943 The City Council met at the Jity Hall in regular session. Mayor Kohlhaas and the following cpun- :ilmen answered roll call: Harris, lawcott, Hutchins, Fox, Bphannon and Huenhold. The minutes for the last two meetings were read. Building permits were approved 'or G. C. Stewart, John Sloaro and Mrs. l^ouis Hintz. Due to wartime shortage of ajppr and material, W. A- Foster iyas given permission to. make a emporary sewer connection. The following were re--appoint- ed-I4brary Trustees for a period f six years; O. B. Laing, T, H, ChrischiUes and J. P. Cigarette permits were granted p the Algona Hotel, Stella Hungerford, Wrs. lEdwjn Johnson, Matt Seller, ; Barker Drug Store, Alex Jermand, W, A, Barry, RobinauJt ?af^, ;B, A. aslbr»ith; K. D. a,mes, J, F. Beiser, <3, R, QopK, G, A. WittkPRf, Anna Shipley, Q. Wittkopf, gwald Voigts, by & Gloss}, Paul Hudson, M. £ gilllck and R, f. Bushnell, Beer permits wore granted lgona Hotel, 8^ A. fs, Bdw, Johnson, John J, R. Cook, W.- A, Bajry sn4 el?er Serv. Station. - Tun P'Brien »a4 Cecil McGlH' nis wwe given an allowance of $7.50 each per month due to tbe necessity of eating down town. ------- ,_,,_ s QyjUggn^ N0f No. 599 An Qfdinan9e appropriating monies to certain persona therein named. CWF' 77 X IP 1 C. U. Pollard, salary 25.0 Ira Kohl, salary 22.5 Neptune Meter Co., mdse. 85.8 Wm. C. Dau Gargage, re' pairs Harms Oil Co., gas Ernest Moe Station, gas .... Electric Dept., salt 18.0 Victory Tax Fund, V tax 4.1 GENERAL FUND A. R. Moulds, salary 72.5 Cecil McGinnis, salary .... 65.4 Tim O'Brien, salary 65.4 N.W. Bell Tel. Co., service . 3.4 Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs Harms Oil Co., grease Ken Frarikl, gas 13.3 Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse Victory Tax Fund, V tax Jesse Lashbrook, salary.... Elliott Skilling, salary : John Helmers, salary Fay. Minnard, salary £... Chas. Harvey, salary Pervical Motors, repairs.. Coast to Coast Store, mdse. Chas. Heard, repairs- Iowa Blind Prod., mdse... Kossuth County, mdse J. L. Richardson, mdse K. D. James, mdse. Kossuth County Implement, mdse Dutchs Super Serv-, mdse. Advance Publishing Co., ^service ;. W. W. Sullivan, P. M., box rent '. Council Oak Store, mdse. Botsford Lbr. Co., mdse... Alvis Hill, salary SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary 20.0 George Palmer, labor 3.0 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Ira Kohl, labor 8.5 Dutchs Super Serv., gas.. 2.5 Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse 2.4 N.W. Bell Tel. Co., service 4.3* DEPpSIT FUND Francis Stebritz et al, refund .'. 70.Cf SWIMMING POOL FUND M. C. Nelson, salary ...."-.. 48.78 Mary Helen McEnroe, salary ...„ „ 32.16 Charlotte Johnson, salary 27.4 Inez Harris, salary 29.7s Earl Bowman, salary 50.01 McKesson & Robbins.Inc., mdse Funk & Diem, mdse Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse Algona Laundry, service.... Lyle Mathes, signs N.W. Bell Tel. Co., service Victory Tax Fund, V tax .Sec. 2. This ordinance take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval Passed and approved this 24th day of June, 1943. On motion meeting adjourned. FRANK KOHLHAAAS, Mayor Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Board Proceeding Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa .Tune U, IMS 0:00 O'clock A. H. Hoard of Supervisors met at regular session with the following members present: Fraeer, Scbram McDonald, Quinn and Hetkeu. Absent: None. Motion by Quinn and 2nd by Helken that the Secretary read the minutes of tbe last regular session aud all adjourned sessions. Ayes: All. The minutes of tbe last regular session and all adjourned sessions were read by L, J. Imiuerfall, Secretary of the Board. Motion by Quinn and 2nd by Hetk- en that tbe minutes of tbe last regular session uud ail adjourned sessions stand approved as read. Ayes: All. Sealed bldi on five cars of lump coal and two cars of stoker coal submitted by Botsford Lumber Co., F. S. Norton & Son and Kaesley Lumber Co, were opened and read by. the Secretary as directed fey Chairman Frt»- »er.-' •,.•••... -•••.•• Al) bids submitted on Jowa, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky coal were carefully considered. Motion by Schr»m and 2nd by McDonald that the contract to furnish (tnife Coupty with f}v? cars of In- S. Norton $ S»n, contract price on «mp delivered to Court Hoo«e. Coun- y Jail and County Sheds be |7.5i! per ton and contract price on itoker coal delivered to KossHtU Ceuqty Home be "75! and delivery of three care of JR coal and one car of stoker coal o be m«de at once. 4ye»; All. Motion by Heikeo aid'iiiid by Quinn that Fr«»er be r -'^ 3. Ayes: All. Sc^r-^- 1 o be Ifdins to the nd '?ad by tbe various 5> fijud. TUls » (of labof performed on the Drnln« ri in'id out of the Mdlntertunce Fund. DRAIN AMOUNT Drain No. 20 $ l.fiO Drtlln No. 48 155.00 Drain No. 51 JS.OO Drain No. 83 10.00 Drnln No. W, 7.50 Drain No. llff 21.00 Drnln No. 130 10.00 Drain No. 150 85.60 Drain H. K. No. 2 15.00 Drnln l». A. K. No. 1 10.00 Motion by Quinn nnd 2nd by McDonald tlmt I/otH-1 and 2 of Block 22 Wcntern Town Lot Co's. 1st Addition to the Incorporated Town of Ilftiinroft, be Bold lo N. .T. Nemmerg, for the sum of $15.00 and that .T. H. Franer, Chnlrmnn, be and Is hereby dlr- crt to nl|?n a Quit Claim I)i*d of conveyance. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and 2nd by Selirnm that the official bond of W. L. Heynoldft, AHsecsor, for Orant Township, In the amount of $500.00 be approved. Ayen: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Quinn that the official bond of K. .1. Van NPRH member of the Kossuth County Soldiers Relief CommJRSlon In the amount of $500.00 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Quinn that the Standard Automobile Innurance 1'ollelcH Optional Full Cov- ornRo Form No. 7(12075 covering It)H7 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery nnd No. 7(1207(1 covering Chevrolet Minuter Sedan, iRRiied by the Kmployers Mutual CaRiialty Coinnny of DCS MolnCK, Iowa, be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Qulun and 2nd by Schrnm that n refund In the amount of $10.08 be made to John W. Men'/., Fenton, Ma lown, becnnse of Vf'A of fiBU, ship Incl valuation on the , Section 32 Fenton Township Included $600.00 for buildings, but Raid valuation for the building* nhould hnve be«n Included with the valuation on the W% of W</4 of SEW of Section 32 Fenton Town- shin. ATCR: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Schrnm that the Personal Property Valuations be equalized and adjusted as follows: Increases DeereaRcs Percent Percent Mt.XES 3 YKAIl« OLD— Oarfleld Twp ..... 21 Lincoln Ttvp ....... 7 Plum Creek Twp, .. 4 HEIFERS 1 'SEAR OLD— Oarfield Twp ..... Oreetiwood Twp. . . COWS— Fenton Twp ....... STEERS 1 YEAH OLD— C'nlnn Twp ........ STKKItH 2 YEA US OLD— <!rci'nw(iod Tw ..... Harrison Twp ..... 10 Lliu-oln Twp ....... 11 Riimscy Twp ...... Swcii Twp ......... ltd rnlon Twi ......... 30 SWINE— Lincoln Twp ...... 200 Ay< On motion Hoard proceeded to itudit nnd allow blllH us "per Schedule of Claims Hereinafter Written." COUNTY FUND Win. Smldt, bty ............. $ Irwln L Smith, bty ........... Chris Rclfcr, bty ............ Richard Meyer, bty ......... Donald Eden, bty ............ Mutual Fire & Tornado Asso. 17 fi 13 n 40 All. 3.00 1.00 1.00 .40 .'M premium 6.38 T""nk;i Topic, printing .... 6.00 Bancroft Register, printing .. ' 71.01 Hawkcye Casualty Co., prem- ' loin ' 150.00 W W Sullivan, P M, postage 104.40 Matt 1'arrott and sons Co., supplies 44.81 Northwestern Hell Telephone Co., tele, serv 78.01 French R. Holdeman, lawn mmver I2.M Frank Kohlhans, Mayor fees 3.00 A J Coglcy, Sheriff fees ..., 7.35 Spencer Typewriter Exchange supplies 3.22 LIKRARY FUND Frances I Messcr, Pro-rata share 5.02 MAINTENANCE FUNR Iowa Public Service Co., light service 3.00 Uenedlct Glsch, labor 25.00 Interstate Power Co., light service 1.02 Central States Electric Co., light service 1.02 Interstate Power Co., light service 2.20 Central States Electric Co. light service 1.02 Uiirton Warner (Jo., supplies OO.(R) Cities Service Oil Co., supplies : 2.0!) GIlitiK Cook Tractor Co., supplies 33.04 Algonn Implement Co., sup. 35.5(1 Sleg Fort Dodge Co., sup. .. 8.28 Sioux City Iron Co., sup. .. 18.50 Selg Fort Dodge Co., sup. .. 17.03 Quick Supply Co., sup 4a).(J2 Northwestern Hell Telephone Co., t«le. service 22.84 A S Kennedy, sup il.OO Waterloo Construction Co., ^^ -RIB UW , , »Lfl 8JS6 UBB supplied ......... ........... H M Smith Salary .......... .. DRAINAGE FUND Glbbs Cook Tractor Co., Riip. Kosnuth Motor Co., sun ...... Drain NO 82 R. Pomcro.v, labor ...... ........ t Drain No. no R. Pomeroy, labor ..... ..... Drain No. 100 E. O. Stcnstrom, labor ------Drain W K No. 68-lil8 A E Qunmme, labor ........ Qco. Smith, labor . ______ ..... _____ Drain H K No. 7-120 Chas. A. Anderson, labor .... Drain II K No. 2-30 Geo. Gerdcs, labor .... --------- . Drain H W K No. (11-1-145 Robert Moldenhauer, labor .. POOR FUND Whlttrmore Creamery, prov. Fred C Nuettncr, prov ....... Dr. J N Kenefick, medical .. W O McCullough, burial .... Algona Cemetery Ass'n., opeh grave ...................... Quaker Oats Co., fuel ...... County Farm — Hull CloMilcrs, clothing ..... A W Atminson, repair glasses .......................... Algona Implement Co repairs: Kossuth Motor Co., repairs. . RESOLVED: That the County Auditor Is hereby authorized to iasne war- wants for all bills .allowed At till* meeting as "per Schedule of Claims Hereinbefore Written." Motion by Quinn nnd 2nd by Schram, that tlie Hoard adjourn to 1*K» CT,T. H Fraser Chairman L. J. Immerfall County Auditor V _ M.4f LtS S.W *.!• «U» . 20.41, 15.14 4LTO f. v*> S<* *1 i fc. *• 4> ijTSVl IT'S SANDWICH TIME USE NATIONALS BREAD FOR • LUNCHES. • PICNICS • SUMMER . SNACKS WHITE BREAD NATIONAL JUMBO ENRICHED T/2-lb. Double Loaf NATIONAL 4 RAISIN DECKER IOWANA LONGHORN CHEESE NATIONAL Mb. Loaf MOCK CHICKEN LEGS Each SLICED PORK LIVER Lb. 19' First Cuts PORK CHOPS Lb. WIENER BUNS Skinless WIENERS Lb. Rath's Mulberry SLICED BACON Lb. NATIONAL Pkg. of 10 PAN ROILS 6c NATIONAL Pkg. of 12 RATH'S SLICED BACON ENDS LB BOX COME AGAIN BRAND Peanut Butter .... ' GOLDEN BANTAM—Point Vain* 16 Corn 2c °r10c COME AGAIN BRAND—Point Value 18 Peas SOLID PACK—Point Volu* 18 \1 . -<- 55c 2c °;°M2c SMSc 16-oz. Glao LARSEN'S—Point Valy. 9 Diced Beets .... FORT DEARBORN Corn Flakes ..... V; FORT DEARBORN Wheat Puffs £ BREAKFAST CEREAL Keflogg's Pep .... K, COME AGAIN BRAND Macaroni Si 38c FORT DEARBORN SODA Crackers ,. .« 17c, FRESH "SB* •••«•••»••• Dozen 1VW BALL, SAMCO OR KERR Quart Jars p,., 69c GLASS TOP SEAL Jar Covers "u 25c REGULAR OR TOP Sf Al Jar Rubbers 2*,. 9c RB»» 6E d<w.J 9c! a& SOLID HEADS u. _ ROSE BUTTER PUSH U. 8 Rtd PoinH VffiTAHE SHORTENING, SPRY JLA *•"'• tlllft* 9l<iHJar ' If if* 1$ It4 f»!iti CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP R Iftl *» ••'"' . _. „, !•*% C* 6 ir u /f*% r*fc ir* <r* D STORES .^r"? BARRY f S BEER. • IS B .,!;!R^!H,5^ ^TJ^^^TT^ ^Wf^Wc ^F .^^i^^ > ' < ^Mp>^^|^iP > ^l^MP-^ptM| • QtK^Hjr -'wUPP"!
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