'M'i ^*A PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. WHITTEMORE WOMEN HONOR A NEW BRIDE WhUtemore, May 16— <A shower was given Sunday at the Lutheran school hall for Mrs. Erwin Kuecker, formerly Arlene Sundlng, and 500 was played at six tables. Matilda Vaudt won high; Esther Behnke, low. A mock wedding was performed in which Edna Schultz, Linda Roeber, and Dorothy Heiden- wlth had parts. Mrs. Kuecker received many gifts. Out-of-town •guests were Mrs. Edw. Kuecker, of iLotts Creek; Mrs. Harold Kuecker, Algona, daughter Oeraldlne; Mrs. William Kuecker, daughter Leona, QVIrs. Raymond Wilson, daughter iRuth, Mrs. William Wilson, all of West Bend; -Mrs. Fred Schallin, Algona. Three llabicw Reported— A son was iborn to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Walker, .Delavan, (Minn.,' last Thursday. There are now two 'boys and a girl in the family. Del- fcert is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, and his wife Eunice, the daughter of iMr. and Mrs. O. H. Koupe. John Mosbach has received word that a daughter was iborn last week Monday to Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mosbach, Humboldt. This is their first child. Lawrence i John's son. Mr. and Mrs. Werne Gacle are parents of a girl, born last week Tuesday. There are two other girls and a boy in the family Pfirty Honors Two Women- Mrs. Ann Zittritsch, Algona, and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien, Whittemore entertained the Birthday club in honor of -Mrs. James Allen, Fort Dodge, and Fern Hardgrove, Algona, last week Monday evening. Guests were Marie Cairy, Zelba Brown, Nellie Van Allen, Mary Guden'an, Myra Ostrum, and Emily Mrs. Bertha Bowers-'Skow to the former Thomas Oarmody home. (Mrs. Al Montag, West Bend, who has for some weeks been In poor health, has been taken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. The Henry Keucks, (Lone Rock spent Sunday evening at Mrs Kueck's brother Arthur Heidenwith's. The Frank Bells, Blue Earth were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. <D. Cordes. Carl Zumach lately had one of his hands caught in a belt, and a gash was cut in a finger. IHildred Elbert has returned to her work at Mason City, after a month with her parents. The Arthur Lunsmans, Mason City, were Sunday dinner guests at George Wichtendahl's. •Herbert Zumach had his tonsils removed last Thursday at the Kossuth hospital. A partition has -be.en built in the Zumach confectionery and lunch room. The Christ Lunsmanns, of Mason City, ware week-end visitors here. The Martin Meyers, of Garner, spent Sunday with local relatives. 'Dr. J. W. McCreery was at Ayrshire last week Tuesday. iMrs. Joseph Faber has been sick, but is improving. Sexton Robert Kirschbaums were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Ktrschbaum, parents of Mrs. Garni an and Robert. The Sexton school closed Friday with a picnic. Mrs. Jos. Fraser and her son Harlan spent Friday with the former's sister, Mrs. Roy Sarchet, " near Hobarton." Richard Miller and his sister Lois drove to Quasqueton Friday to bring home the former's sister Ruth, who has taught there two years. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley attended the funeral of 'Roy Lowman at Algqna Sunday. The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Monroe Helter, near 'Jorwith. •Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olsen and Ardeen were Sunday dinner guests at Ted Hoover's. Mr. Hoover Is a brother of Mrs. Olsen. Mary Harris, employed at the elephone office, Algona, is at lome for a two weeks vacation MAY Manilas J. Erdman, bounty... ,40 James Watts, bounty .90 John Sehlmmel, bounty .60 * ' " • .40 .10 l.» 7.10 1.30 .90 9.00 1.10 .40 21.20 6.95 2.06 53.10 7.60 2.60 1.70 1.50 2.05 1.35 11.80 7.60 140 Frank Smith, assessor ... '.'.'." 243.00 'Lawrence Mason, bounty .. .. Richard Shilling, bty Day Wlokwlre, bty .. E. J. Butler, adv. bty Donald Frankl. bty T. J. Lincoln, bty Bid J. Backus, stamps George -Stell, bty -.. Kenneth Hnnlg, bty City of Algona, light and water serv E. J. Butler, adv. bty Donald Frankl, bty Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. serv S. J. Backus, postage 'Frank Clapsaddle, bounty .... Kenneth Anderegg, bty Irvln Kramer, bty Frank Hagen, bty George iF. Graham, bty. E. J. Butler, adv. bty E. J. 'Butler, adv. bty Lester Eden, bty. I Rich Potrat*, drag. 1.00 Loren Byers, drag 19.60 S. A. Llndsey, brd. of review mtg •. .... Jenklns-iFergeman Co., sup. .. Haggard A Waller, printing ... Lefebure ILedger Co., sup. .... Freeman-Journal Pub. Co., sup Laird & McfCullough, rent of | •*• unu, v. u ,,v, ulu v .^ 0 ... . chairs 1.60 /Kennedy .Bros. Co., assign. Nelson Hardware, sup. ----- - - 18.00 14.06 Raymond B. Peteraen, drag. 9.15'John Kohlwes, drag .. 28.72 A. J. Peterson, drag. ........ IWoodrow 'Pettlt, drag 19.32 , Humboldt Co. Sec. Rd. Constr. •Fund, concrete ' with her mother, Mrs. John Harris, and her sister Marie. 'Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Heiter, near Corwith, spent Sunday with Rex Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests f the A. L. Greenfields. , Post, Algona, and Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, daughter Lucille, Nellie Swanson, Mrs. C. H. Hanson, and Mrs. Roy Crawford, Whittemore. Bridge was played, and Marie Cairy won the high score, and Nellie Van AMen the cut prize. Meinoriiil Day Observance Planned The Community club met last •week Tuesday evening at the town liall. It was voted to give the junior -ball team $15 for balls and (bats, and Peter Schumacker, Editor R. !L. Bimline, H. Maahs. and Alfred Seamon were made a committee to cooperate with the Legion boys in a Memorial day program. 'Business bouses are to be closed that day after 10 a. m. The Mack Wise family, Mason City, spent Sunday at the local Wise home and attended church here. Mrs. Albert Grosenbach attended a missionary meeting at Algona last Thursday. The John Millers and Mrs. Amy Smith were -Sunday dinner guest at Orrin Johnson's. •Mrs. ,Loyd Steven and her little son Harvey Duane spent the week end with the former's mother, Mrs G. B. Wise. Mr. Steven came for them Sunday, and they attended church here, after which they went :o the 'Steven home north of town for the rest of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley, St. Benedict F. J. Balgeman, com. and session 19.1.95 IP. J. Hellcen, com. and session 198.95 Olaf F unnemark, com. and session 203.45 Chas. Morris, com. and session 18730 W. E. MdDonald, com. and session 193.45 A. J. Seller, assessor 166.25 Bancroft Register, pub. proc. 71.86 Maurice C. McMahon, exp. .. 41.07 Mary K. 'Sands, labor 70.00 Charlotte 'Kanouff, labor .... 7.50 Wm. Shirley, exp 60.06 Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff .. .. 19125 Heiko Boekelman, bty 25 Ilo [Ross iBufflngton, bty .25 Walter Baade, bty .25 Arnold Gray, bty .50 Kenneth Hanlg, bty 40 Walter Klasse, bty .40 Nantje Tledens, bty GO Harold Ubben, bty 25 Thomas Vltzthum, bty GO Jack Wagens, bty .55 AV. J. Bourne, assessor 114.25 L. A. Barslou, assessor 112.00 Ed Chambers, assesor 121.56 J_. P. Cunningham, assessor .. 82.00 67.00 11.50 6.87 41.25 8.10 32.54 Whittemore Champion, sup, Foster Furniture Store, sup. Koch Brothers, sup „..„. Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup, 62.08 Omaha School Supply Co., sup, 25.32 Crescent Printing Co., sup. ... 37.60 underwood Agency, serv 3.00 Kllpto Loose Leaf'Co., sup. ... 182.69 Zeller Printing Co., sup 21.42 Typewriter Exchange, gerv. .. 1.60 John, Kohlhaas. gup Deorge Holtzbauer, repairs ... Darrow Chemical Co., sup. ... Lalng & Muckey, repairs .. .. Geo. D. Dunn, constable 'R. A. Evans, coroner Kossuth -County Farm Bureau, appropriation 270 S3 Advance PuU Co., sup 38.90 Advance Pub. Co., pub. proc.. 77.31 Haggard & Waller, pub. proc. 72.39 Milwaukee IDustless Brush Co. sup. Dr. 2— 21.00 31.00 16.00 8.80 B6.R2 34.90 10.00 24.90 30.00 13.00 1.50 6.00 •4.60 5.40 John Drew, labor i 15.00 ... .. ... 62g 8.25 4 'f^t u u u jj^omi itc inic;i t Jtvuut' (t lit D.2B i'S?J'Abel Llmberg, labor 3.00 _*-™i Frank Dlers, labor 18.10 2»-iO|Qeo. Hofbauer l.abor ... ?'en I H ' L ' Potto 1 "' labor ... . J'SX'Geo. Hanlg, labor 6.00 Sylvester Fuchsen. labor John Ormsby, labor Kennedy Bros. Co., assign. Arnold Delperdang, grading Kugene Meyers, labor ... ... Geo. Adams, labor 'Henry 'Sleper, labor ... .... .. Merwln Marlow, labor Herman V. Becker, labor ... S. J. Devlne, labor Wm. McMahon, labor Chas. Adams 1 ,' labor .. .. Joe Bestenlehner, labor nRAiINAIGE FUND 4.00 TT. T. Fish Escapes Accident— W. T. iFish, farm implement deal- fir here, escaped injury recently, when a tractor failed to stop an application of the controls. It backed up and caught one of his legs and an arm 'beneath the wheels. His son Bird and Mike Weir lifted the tractor up to let [him crawl out. He suffered only bruises. Class Piny Draws Crowd— The junior-senior class play, It Happened in June, drew a large , :heir daughter, Mrs. De Wilde, and ittle Constance Joy, all of Mason City, spent Sunday at the B. E. Sanders home and attended church lere. A number from here attended a style show and exhibit at the Algona hig-b school Friday. Sixty-three persons attended church services and a program during the Sunday school hour here Sunday. Each S. S. class gave part of the program. Little Donald Nearing spent the week-end with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Glave, at Britt. The Richard Garman and the 'Irene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth, had an appendicitis operation last week Tuesday. She is at the Kossuth hospital, and is recovering. Mrs. Julian Arndorfer, Mrs. Wai- D. C. Ellis!'assessor ter Lichter, Algona, and Amelia! Andrew Elbert, assessor „._. Arndorfer motored to Mason City in ^ M ' £ rl< * s , on ' assessor .. .. 134.00 last Thursday to attend a -banquet W^G^F^' SSSSr' ". "I' ^ for alumnae of the Mercy hospital ~ ~ ~ nurses' school, Deane Arndorfer surprised her A ,-. , , " *v.«.\,u J.J.utltn I, «C»i3t:ODUl parents Saturday morning by ar-|J. E. Keii, assessor ... riving from Oak Park, Chicago, to spend the week-end. She has been employed at Chicago four years or (Farmers Elevator Co., sup. Ja'mes Leslie, repairs D. B. Mayer, repairs E. J. Palmer, labor O. B. Koons, labor Arnold O. Klatt, labor ... Nick Klein, labor Gerhardt Klatt,' labor ... Jack iRIngsdorfer, labor , L. E. Doyle, labor B. H. Potter, labor 1.60 10.40 12.60 8.00 8.56 21.00 22.60 WlHse .. 9.00 71.00 Moe & SJogren, prov. .. ... ,.109.76 Johnson ... i.,., 12.09- ; 'F. Bauman 3.00 J. Sclfert .. ... .. .. .. 10.25 M. Pederaon 6.00 Amoi Kromlhga 14.00 Carroll 10.09 Mrs. tChapIn , ..... 2.00 Win. Kuhn t .. 1.80 Clara NelUel ... 20.00 (Vanderwerf 8.00 J. Stelnman ... .. 14.00 H. R. Sorensen & Co., prov.. ID. Hasz 4.60 Vern rtttltledge 2.00 >Matt 'Franzen ... , 8.00 Ethel Jones 12.00 Mrs. G. Ei. Van Dorston 12.25 Morton Pederson ,, .,,. 6.00 Ray Larson ... 10.00 Theo. Thompson > 2.2S Mllo Rentz 4.00 Geo. Dunn -... 10.00 C. N. W. R'y Co., tranap. F. E. Blacker , C. N. W. R'y Co.. transp. Lester Evans Sandy Stebrltz, prov, Hugh Carroll Kossuth Hospital, hasp. care. J. Knutsen ... .• 50.00 , 85.00 . 38.00 . 3.60 •68 Jacob Teuscher, labor 6.25 3.00 14 60 .lioo W. Glllespie 11.75 'Rachel Gunder 7.601 J. J. Helmers ... . 6.26 IBloom's Store, prov. 13.22 17.71 1.68 126.50 Ellen Frlest 5.00 0. T. EdwardsV'nrnv V, wards ... ' ' ri)V ' Mrs. Albert 'Wn'ri^ ..... W. Thaves 0r ' nKa ' Cotj , T. . Art Lester, rent ..... ..... ,i iFaulkner . ........... '' lO.jj MHIer „„, H. A. Coller, labor JW M. H. Miller, labor 4.00 Art Mueller, labor 1ftKO Jcmn Qramenz, labor ... . 750 'Henry Phillips, labor .. .. lo'BO Dlck Helmers, labor John J. Helmers, labor ... A. J. Lawler, repairs C. H. Cooper, repairs Hilbert Selvrlens, repairs ... •Late Simmons, labor ... ,,,, -j yu -• —• •«> •«"". Jake Keller, labor 3'50 Win. 'Senghesch. labor 'Lonle Beaver, labor 200 ' Fre(1 Boeran, labor Nels (Bartelson. labor ... 3o'«0 ^ B - Potter, labor David Blomster, labor .. 2''00 Do 'bert Rlke, labor A. E. Michel, engr lo'ffi IB ' enn| e Locck, labor Dr. 5- a "- 00 | Dwigjit IF. Graham, labor .... Hilbert Selvrlens, labor .'. 3650 A ' E - Mtt nus, labor ... ....!!!! 'Geo. Onken, 1 labor 24 00 'Loren Espe, labor A. J. Lawler, labor j/gn, i Derwawl 'Neltzel. labor 9.75 6.25 3.00 3.00 40.00 (i.OO 6.25 5.00 6.25 6.25 3.00 15.00 15.00 H. Querdet, assessor I. A. Gerdes, assessor ... , R, F. Hawcott, assessor . James Hogan, assessor ... Lud " r ls i , assessor 32.00 134.25 86.00 126.50 141.85 67.00 173.25 more. 'Frances Kellner, employed at ___ _________ ....... r . W. C. Stamef, assessor ... '..'.'. 64^00 Algona, spent last week at home Leon J. Worden, assessor Louis Anderson, mtg. J. J. Anderson, mtg. Geo. Hagge, mtg. ..', mtg. 44.00 12.00 Dr. 7 C. H. Cooper, labor A. J. .Lawler, labor 1.25 1.75 A. J. .Jjawier, labor 175 <-• •"• uenty & Son, sup 028 Hilbert Selvrlens, labor a'oo Jonn Kohlhaas, sup 26S< Dr. 20- °' Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup . . 343 A. J. Lawler, labor ... C. H. Cooper, labor ... . Dr. 60— Mike (Baker, labor E. iG. Stenstrom, labor .. . Dr. 75— A. J. Lawler, labor C. H. cooper, labor Dr. 81— E. J. Palmer, labor Dr. 82— with a sore throat. Marcella Kellner and Aug. Gutknecht, mtg-. Adelheld ' *?•<?• Allen, mtg. former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. The Albert Germans, Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll, >Hanna Switch, daughter, and the E. F. Arndorfers spent Sunday at Nick Arndorfer's. George Ludwig Sr. is in better lealth. Next Sunday at the local church o'clock, the Rev. H. B. Kramer vill have a class of first and sol- mn communicants. Low mass will e at 7 a. m. 12.00 12.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 Albert SchipuII, mtg. 1000 Sim Lelghv mtg Aaron W .'Steussy, mtg. Henry J. Kohlhaas, mtg. John P. Bormann, mtg. EG. Stenstrom, labor Dr. S3— « 00 ! T^' E> J- 'Palmer, labor S.W : J) r . 85— 'D. B. Mayer, labor Dr. 86— 3.50 2.50 1.76 1.25 6.00 3.50 8.25 3.00 8.25 Nelson Hardware, sup. ... '.'.'.'. 1079 C. S. Johnson, sup ' John Mahoney Geo. Platt Wm, Kuhn Wm. A. Sail Pearl Martin W. T. Pllcher, prov, C. Gunder "W. Johnson 10.50 3.00 1.50 1.00 1.81 "2.52 1,26 C. Johnaon 3.38 John Brown, prov. Fred Klein Vernon Hohn, rent Ostwlnkle. A. Vanderllnden, rent Johnson C. J. SHI, ret Frank Bales ... J. W. Kelly, rent A. J. Davis Vic Johnson, rent Bob Stevens Bertha Murray, rent Neltzel C. E. Hutchison Hohlln.'-rt.Vt 1 tf.81 Mrs. Joo Falluier 7.14 Henry Mitchell Adam IRlleffer Mrs. Mary Wcbst,-,'" en™ iNoel Entwlstlc 2.10 "-' 10.00 10.00 8.00 15.00 -—•"» **•«» »<=' i Her 10.00 i Carl Dahlhauser 1 tlce J. H. Menke, sup iFrank Flalg, sup George Holtzbauer, sup. Matt Murtha. sup Elbert Garage, sup -'F. A. Griffith, sup. 1.65 18.55 6.95 3S.2C lOO.flO 129.95 ~. ff-i -^> t i* 1.1 in, OLttf, , , , ,., .,, J.6J7 l7t George M. Weaver, sup 2.01 M. & A. Peters, sup 14 si Oeldutch Super Service Sta- tlon, sup . Lonle Beaver, sup 3(x 'Kossuth Co. Implement Co., sup. 8.00 8.00 8.00 S.OO Geo.jDnken. labor Geo. Onken, labor Dr. 12.00 T -*••" t-H ------- — wm . >s.u r ^Jl |J. M. Blanchard. sup ......... 140 Thompson Yards Inc., sup ..... I Northern Lumber Co., sup. ... 600 B °tsford Lumber Co., sup. ... Jas. A. Smith Lumber Co., sup- plles Clapp's Master Service, slip. ".'. 14.9J 27.00 15.00 38.37 75.60 10.10 J. A. Roberts, bridges'.'.'. '." '.'. 274 - 65 Bleg-Fort Dodge Co., sup." " Adams Co., sup. IFred E. Duttoh, mtg I2io0 John Haas, mtg -.. 12.00 Board Proceedings May 2, 1933 Auditor's Office. May 2, 1933 Wlbben beginning May 1 1933, $1000 for groceries and $8.00 to be paid to B Pannkuk for house rent. Ayes: All. last week Wednesday Verna Emanuel was audience evening, coach, and Bernice Balgemann played the part of an Irish woman. The junior glee club and the high school Glee club sang. Supervisor's Duufrliter is Nurse- Viola Balgeman was graduated as nurse at Chicago Friday. 'She will remain there for some time. Viola is the daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman. Three tt» Enter Forestry Service— Three Whittemore boys are Board of Supervisors' met mirsuant , M ? Tt£ ?, n by 13atgeman and seconded to adjournment with all m P mh£S HLl? e L k( r n ^at contractor's bond for present. On motion Oioard proceeded to audit and allow bills. Motion by Balgeman and seconded; by Funnemark that <David W. 'Ramm be given a casb allowance of $1500 per month from April 1, 1933, as per contract. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one o clock p. m. One o'clock- p. m.-^Board of .Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. , Motion by Heiken and seconded by McDonald that the following- agreement be approved: LEASE AGREEMENT THIS DUPLICATE LEASE, made- A. 'D., 1333, by and between Kossuth. and entered into this 2nd day of May, grading In Kossuth county, Iowa, for year 1933 of M. T. McGuire, Algona Iowa, for $10JS09.50 and J. V. Elbert, ^\ Mttemore. Iowa, for $2.385.60, and J. A. McDonald, Algona. Iowa, for $2,000 delinquent tax collector be approved. Ayes: AIL Motion by Heiken and seconded by Balseman that Olaf Funnemark be appointed as a committee to make repairs on Dr. -£-o, East Branch Dr. 5, Dr.. 3. Ayes: All. Motion by Fannemark and seconded by Balgeman. that McDonald be appointed as committee to, make repairs on Dr. S1-106-1T4. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by 'F'unnemark that Heiken be ap- potetiiif aus ai eo.mmittee to make repairs on Dr. S2. Ayes; Alt. Motion; by H&lken. and seconded by county, Iowa, party of the first part,. McDonald that Balgeman be appoint- aiul Lawrence Cumin and Kenneth, • ed as committee to make repairs on Cm-ran, of the County of Kossuth I Dr. S3-116-5I. Ayes: Air. and State of Iowa, parties of the sec-I Motion by Balgeman and seconded ond part, WITXESSETH: That said first party for and in. by McDonald that following resolution: regaurding destruction of noxious by lease unto the second parties th.e Girl's Birthday is Observed— •Emma fftoebor entertained 12 young women Sunday afternoon at following described premises situated in the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wlt: The Southeast Quarter (SR 1-4) of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1-4) af Guy B. Risk, mtg. Floyd G. Colwell, mtg. .,.'.','. Charles IBlalr; mtg ........... O. L. Thoreson,. mtg.' ........ J. H. MdGregor; mtg. ....... Axel Erlckson, rats, » ....... O. A. Jensen, mtg ........... C. A, Rbhlln, mts~ .......... Peter Looft, mtg. „ ......... J. E. Kelly, mtg. .... .......... E. P. Hansen, nrtg, ......... Andrew M. Hanseni. mts. ... . Chris Brandt, mtg ........... W. A. Schram, mtg ...... ...... W. C. Nelson, mtg. .. ........ A. R. Cruikshank, mtg ...... T. A. Reid, mtg .............. A-. M. Gustafson, mtis. •••• ..... iR. B. Berninghaus, mtg; ..... H. W. Harms, mtg ..... ..... „ Joseph Schaller, mtg. ... ,.. . Mike Wagner, mtg ............ Fred Seylar, mtg ...... ....... Fred Peterson, mtg ........ „„ TJ. C. Knutsen, mtg ....... .... ... P. J. Heiken, mtg ....... ...... A. J. Christensen, mtg. ., .... Herman Krause, mtg ....... . F. J. Welsbrod, mtg ........... , W. E. Stoeber, mtg ..... ,.. .... J. F. Newel, mtg. ............... L. J. Welsbrod, mtg ......... ... A. H, Krause, mtg ........... R. F. Bonacker, board of review meeting ................ Harry J. Braley, bd. of review mtg ..................... ..... '• M. Christenaen, bd. of review mtg ................ W. Blelch, bd. of review 12.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 4.00 8.00 8.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 S.OO S.OO S.OO S.OO 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 Hilbert Selvrlens, labor .. A. J. 'Lawler, labor , g 75 "• JL>i -"^ams uo., sup. ... C. H. Cooper, labor ;. ^'25 Ja Machinery & Sup. Co., sup A ^~im >, , , ' A " stln Western (Road Mach. A -,S' Michel, engineer .. .. 29.30 ' Dr. 100— Dr 5 ' lf<U Pa ' mer ' Iab ° r 3 ' 50 Jack_ (Delaney, labor 2.50 Dr. 135— A. E. Michel, engineer .„ Dr. 141— John Ormsby, labor ... Guy Ash. labor ... Matt (Laux, labor . " Dr. 151— Helmer Helmers, labor ... Dr. 166— Mike Baker, labor E. G. Stenstrom, labor".'.'" Dr. 2 of 25— Guy Ash, labor ... Matt Laux, labor .' .'" John Ormsby, labor H.-K. No. 3-46- S. G. iSchutjer, labor .. Guy Ash. labor '.'.' John Ormsby, labor ... Matt Laux, labor . H.-K. No. 5-87— Geo. Onken, labor ... . E.-K. Jt. No. 2— A. E. Michel, engr MAINTENANCE ' FUND Central States Electric Co light serv " City of Algona, light'service" City of Algona, water service. Co., sup IGltibs^Cook Tractor & 'Equip! Co., sup * Wilson Concrete Co., sup la. culvert & Pipe Co., sup."!.' Ivelley-Howe - Thompson Co., H. Channon Co.," sup DeS Moines Steel Co., sup. '.'. A. S. Kennedy, sup Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.', sup. 2.50 2.25 1.50 3.65 9.10 2.50 4.10 12'30' Standard Oil Co., 'slip! '." 6.50 ^°»' ai "•»!»" on Co., sup, ..";; Champlln Refining Co., sup ' 50.44 143.96 61.86 23.58 50.47 21.60 16.50 38.08 Central Bearings"co'. "sup" Economy Welding Works, sup. Complin Refining Co. h sup... City Oil Co., sup Mid-Continent Petro. Corr*., sup. 1.10 3S5.82 S.OO 114.75 34.20 46.52 26.88 61.5S 83.72 12.62 1157.53 6.49 Mrs. Meta Redfleld, rent Vic 'Hlserodt J. L. Bonar, rent M. C. Frandsen Mrs. Wm. Meyers, rent Joe Wm. F. Behnke, rent Morten IPederson .............. .... E. J. Murtagh, rent Mllo Rentz Af amlly ................ .... Andrew Peterson, rent Ethel Jones ...................... Mrs. Helen Koepke, rent Aug. g.OO IFrank L. „. I John Honnlng. labor 10.00 Mrs. Fred Park, 1-2 ot'esw " ThoB. Akre, prov. ... bCT " 37.60 The Bankers Life Co!," 10 ,oo 10.00 toes pota- '. Neville, stip w n h nlf % s » llle «. sup.' .'" " R. O. iBJustrom. sup. John Kohlhaas, nun Hnwcott & Ogg. „!„. •Harrow Chemical Cn »„-" " iRosenau .................. 14.00 1'Nelson Hardware "" E. J. Murtagh, rent Ed Belsch 10.00 J. T. Bobannon. rent Sellenau 10,00 John Williams, rent Mrs. Brayto." " ....................... 10.00 P. A. Danson. rent J. F. Wtltse 10.00 Mrs. Chas. Albright, rent J. Helmers ................... 1000 E. J. Murtagh, rent Mrs. M. A. Sterman ................ 250 Anna Montour, rent Wilfred 10.00 10.00 10.00 ., , CONSTRIUCTION FlTOiD . „ .Si ? on . T - Nugent, asat. engr. . .. 140.00 .45 J- A - 'Roberts, bridge ........ s"m 14.75 1.00 84.60 96.53 83,43 234.90 51.00 140.00 17.00 16.45 825.45 iNorthwestern 03ell tel. serv. Central States light service Tel. Electric' Co., Co.', Peter O. Peterson,'labor Chicago & N. W . R'y Co..'frt:, Holcomb, dn OUT, labor 1.45 J - A. Tttoberts. bridge 2.36 V A - Roberts, bridge ' |J. A. Roberts, bridge . 7.20 £., A - Roberts, bridge ... ".' " Milton McFadden, rodman gon T. Nugent, asst. engr .'.! Bancroft (Register, pub. notice Algona Ins. Agency, ins AW B. R. Bowen, sup.. .|\1 7 i Wilson Concrete Co!.' sup.'"..!' 33449 4.54l T . POOR FUND 7GO I clmd M $lo aS :. r f. n ! f ° r Mesln *' P V,Y' Ja "se, med. aid fo 3.SO 29.08 7.80 S.25 mtg A. M. Lease, mtg bd. of review Harry Sabln, bd. of review- mtg ....................... •ity of Algona, brd. of rev.law mtg ........................ Frank Geigel ,brd. of review •mtg .......................... W. A. White, brd. of review mtg .......................... W. A. Foster, brd. of review mtg ........................ Tom Kain, brd. of review mtg ..................... Frank Kohlhaas, brd. o'£ review mtg. 4 fi(\ ' i oh 1 S ' Nelson, 'pairoi ... . I&7S tr £ n , Hun <lsness, patrol 100 ??, ke Bake r, labor ... i- 0 " Elmer Ewing, patrol 4.00 i,-?- M °ntsom •42.00 ^ i trwsz&ft&f&ft "^-'r- ^i K =t h o^ UaI - ^'SSi 1 87!50' Albert 3.00 William Hoeber's in honor of lier, Section Twenty-throe (23), niece Anna Louise Roeber's ' """" " " birthday. 12th Bridegroom (Jives Stas? Party— At Henry Kuecker's one evening last week J3rwin Kuecker. recently ectlon Twenty-throe (23), Township I U i lhat a " weeds growing in the linoty-four (94) North Range Twen- 5'Bn.ways shall he cut at least twice .--eight (2S). AVest of the Fifth P Jl , dl "' ill «' the growing aeason. the first *or a term from May 1st, 1033 to Jati- ' c , uulu s to be between June loth and uary ]Ht, VK1. |July -st, law, and the seuund cutting As rental for said premises second ; not later than September 15, 1933, and parties agree to plant potatoes, to al l noxious weeds shall be cut and de- Weig, labor ... H. A. Bruns, labor ... .'.' j m V? en " 'Ro'J'nson, labor . 4.00 Maurice E. Hansen, labor it is nercuy ordurca: ' " •" "I mtg . co ' A Ibert Young, labor ... . ,l,That all .weeds growing in the | Lm W ' Erich, brd. of rov.iew '' C ° ^fj^^' g?'? 1 BEIT RESOLVED by the Board ot •"••• —"= Supervisors of Kossutli counti', Iowa: i Thomas Berg, brd. of review That In accordance with the provis- i TImtB ions of Chapter 24U of the Code of H - °- Larson, brd. of ravlaw 72'oO; C - S.Johnson, prov ra'»n 'H. Koch V, Ai mtg. married, friends. an(1 ' l " c * r » said premises and stroyed by the owner or occupant r said potato crop to be rais- ! whether on the property or on the j. . , -"' ">-." ^.^UM-VU \,i Mi, L u ue liilto- 1 " ".-tu^fc uii LUC l'LULJUiL> ur un tnw 11 eats to men ed uml grown thereon in a good and adjoining highway, between the dates Teacher Sprains an Ankle- Verna Emanuel, public school teacher, .slipped and sprained an ankle one day last week. Other Wliittemore N«vrs. The C. R Ulinkmans, Lu Verne, Minn., wore at Algona Saturday, visiting relatives of Mr. -Blinkman, and came here Sunday to visit "Mrs. 'Blinkman'fi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke. The Albert Behnkes accompanied them to Lu Verne. Mrs. O. Wolfe, Klemme, came last week Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles -Lauritzen, and Mrs. Lauritzen accompanied her to Klemme last Thursday for a stay till Sunday, when the Wolfes 'brought her home. Mrs. Dennis 'Capesius, a daughter, and blie former's father, Joseph Lauhenthal, with Mrs. George "Redding, Oltosen, and a son were Saturday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Joseph Meurer's, and Mr. Laubenthal stayed till 'Sunday. Esther Heller, Algona, visited over Sunday at her mother, Mrs. Margaret Heller's. She works for Mrs. Paul 'Leaverton, county H. D. A. Her sister Viola returned Monday from Albert Lea, where she had visited a week. (Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kohl, of Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. McTigue, 'Emmetsburg, were Sunday visitors at J. S. Cullen's. Mrs. Kohl and Mrs. McTigue are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen. Martin Wagner, Spencer, son of Mrs. ,Fred Wagner, was here last Thursday. Esther Vaguer, student nurse at 'Chicago, is here for a visit 'She will be graduated in June. 'Herman Zumach, Whittemore and Nick Gengler, Lotts Creek, were at Dos Moines part of last week, attending a grocers* wholesale company convention. Jos. Fleming, of the school board, attended the county convention ai Algona last week Tuesday at which County Supt. Shirley was re-elected for three years. •Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cavanaugh, Spencer, visited last Thursday at Mr. and Mrs. C. iL. Cavanaugh's. lifford and C. L. are brothers. "" 'Bert Schellmeyers have from the flats owned by workmanlike manner and to furnish : named, to-wit: at their own expense and pay for all! -- 'Smooth Dock, Buckhorn, AVild labor, and board of laborers used In Mustard. Quack Grass, Sour or Curl- connection with the proper operation, '-^ Doek, 'Canada Thistle, Horse Net- managcment and cultivation of said tie. Wild Parsnip, Wild Carrott, Rus- premises except as otherwise provided siun Thistle, and Sow Thistle between 1" !"L •"Sreeinu'vt and to deliver over ; the 15th day of June and the 1st day f '" ~" "" " ' --•-" '--•-- -[ij^ am j i, e t ween tne IDA and the 15th day H. C\ Limning, brd. o£' review- Matt Laux, brd. of revi'ew'nit'g F. J. Ludwig, brd. of,' ruvtaw C. Herman, brd. of review mtg. E. R. Woltz, board of "re view- in ts Wm. Meyer, board of review mtg Walter Vaudt, brd. of review mtg II. F. Schultz, board of 4.CO 4.00 1.00 S.OO 5.00 4.00 KOO S.73 -~- -- ...~. : i"e "in uay or June and the 1st day ,- V '^' mts - --'?.,, % |l!l , I iH'i of thl -\ fll ' st l' iu 't one-half i of July, l!)3i!, and between the loth day ^t own ' boara °£ review Leeper, pa/trol ... C'ester Alme, patrol ... .' " Alton Pettit. patrol .. J. F. Qulnn. patrol ., Hans W. Nielsen, patrol li.mll Kraft, patrol " " Albert Olson, labor IBert 'Godden, labor Tom Weir, patrol .. 2S.OO i 51.25 I 46.251 103.00 | 62.75 72.90 ' 55.50 l 30.00 S.OO patrol /-1.1BO -"""C» J '-'II, PilUUl ... Clifford (Holmes labor I'red Coon lahn>. "" H. Koch prov. John Fox - store, prov Fred Schmitt ...... oVf} f ^r^ •::.-•• ••:!* D. Castleman '." " sw -fpfinnii A\»i r ._ „ ....... d.yj prov. Joe Fras- E. 'zeutl 15.00 IS. 26 San! 20.00 8.59 6.00 4V 20., 3.7 5.C 11.9 19.f 51.5 Johnaon Mrs. Frank Tietz, rent" Win! (Baker M. J. Jones, rent Robert Dutton Mrs. Anna Carney, rent il'ni MtfGee - ; :has. iR'edemske, rent Sandy 'Stebrltz. I. J. Murtagh. Agt., rent WlU bur J-Ioldren 1000 Chas. F. Nolle, rent Theo. Thompson W. E. Naudaln, fuel Chas. Gunder Mrs. E. E. Taylor Amy Johnson J. Selfert Al Blanchard ^ v TO Dave Haas ".'.". ~5'oo Mrs. iStedman s.'oo Roy Larson 500 Botsford Lumber Co., fuel ..'.. Mathlson 340 •J. Schemmel ... 840 J. Olsen s'oo Ed Palmer.. 4*35 John N. Keneflck, med. aid.. 55.25 sup. 600 18.10 9.30 u.oo 1005 ' 700 10 .oo 71.45 2415 prov. ,~ ' A.^ut;, pj-(j [Geo. Scrlbner Geo. Lau Elmer .• j ^iwtftico, JilUUi . , , f\Q 1/1 «*3j -l* red 'Coon, laboi' '' *' ec'/u\ John SnliiAo * *im«V' ci' * * S.73 Wm. F. Gronbach ab'o'r rfS2 Fred Ttele ,' en \ ^ aasrel ' - •• =.:::=:"^ &S&&&& vided in this Agreement, ami It .„ agreed that this Lease is made upon Shoofly, 'Burdock, Cockelbur "—-"- " ' Weed, be- mts. and subject to the following mutual tween the 1st day of July 193s' and covenants, agreements and conditions, the 10th day of August, 1933, and lie- to-wit: tween the 15th day of August and the 1. T-he party of the first part here- 15th day of September, 1933 by agrees to furnish the potatoes for I 4. That if the owner or person in seed and to furnish one-half (1-2) of , control of any real estate fails all rei-uiizi-r to , used on said premises mow all weeds from the roadside ah tree ot any expense to the parties of i hereinbefore provided, or fails to cut the second part and to pay for the ' burn, or otherwise destroy all noxious other half of the fertilizer used on i weeds during- the period hereinbefore the premises but the said parties of set out, the trustees, council, commis- the second part hereby agree to pay sioners . or board of supervisors, as the to the party of the first part for one-'! ease mav be - wl 'l cause the highway- half (1-i) of the fertilizer used on said t to " e mo "'ed and the noxious weeds premises in potatoes. Said potatoes' 10 he cut and destroyed and the ex- to be taken in by the party of thel] lense of sald mowing or destruction, first part at the market price of said ' Including costs of serving notice and potatoes at the time when said pota- ' otner costs . if »»}', be taxed against *--- ~~ ----- the land and the owners thereof. 5. The County Auditor be and Is hereby directed to cause notice of the making and entering of the foregoing- order to be published once in each of the official newspapers of the county. Ayes: All. Adopted this 3rd day of May, 1933. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Heiken that a cash allowance of JIO.OO per month be given Mrs. Ed Davison, Algona, Iowa, for care of Helen Stuart beginning May 23, 1933 Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded t>y McDonald that A. A. Droessler be given refund of 50c because of being erroneously assessed for head poll tax In two districts and County Auditor instructed to make necessary refund. Ayes; All. Motion by Balgeman and, seconded by McDonald that pauper notice be served on Henry Schroeder and family. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Heiken that open ditch right-of- way exemption be given the following toes are du The party of the first part further agrees to furnish labor for weeding said potatoes at the rate of ten (10) hours per acre. 2. The parties* of the second part are to furnish at their own expense and pay for all horses, implements, machine!), tools, and other means and appliances necessary for the proper conduct and operation of said farm and will pay for all necessary additions to or repairs and replacement of such implements, machines, tools, appliances, etc., and will keep the same in proper repair so that farming operations can be conducted at the proper seasons of the year without delay In waiting for the repair of said machinery and equipment, 3. That said produce In the operation of said farm Is to be hauled to the first party by the second parties free of expense to the first party. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By OHAS. MORRIS, Chairman of Board of Supervisors Party of First Part. I/AWIR'DNCE OtmRAN, KENNETH CURIRAN, Parties of Second Part. Ayes: All. Adopted at Algona, Iowa, this 2nd day of May, A. D. 1933. On motion Board adjourned to 9 o'clock a. rn. May 3, 1933. B. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. May 3, 1933 Auditor's Office. May 3, 1933. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with, all members present. Motion by 'Funnemark and seconded !>y McfDonald that cash- allowance of (18.00 per month be given Johannes for 1928-1929-1930-1931-1932 H. & K. iNo. 2-36— Acres SW 1-4 NW 1-4 24-97-27 32 SB 1-4 NW 1-4 24-97-27 Z5 Dr. 63- Haggard & Falkenhalner— NE 1-4 SE 1-4 9-97-29 3.22 NW 1-4 S'E 1-4 9-97-29 339 •NE 1-4 SW 1-4 9-97-29 78 Dr. 83- Rudolph Will, guardian of heirs of Gellenfeld Est. SW 1-4 NIW 1-4 13-96-30 2.11 and County Auditor Instructed to make necessary refunds. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per "Schedule o£ Claims" hereinbefore written: SCHEDULE OF UUAIMS COUNTY FUND Marietta Kanouff, labor $ 3250 H. M. Smith, salary 245.60 W. H. Brandow, bounty .... .80 review . .v review Ely Anderson, board: of review W. E. Rachut, board'of'"re- view mtg Dr. Pierre Sartor, brd. of "review mtg „.. W. W. Ringsdori-V brd. of "review -mtg E. B. Dlttmeis. ta-d. of "review mtg W. H. Schwlstert, brd. of re- ^vlew mtg ; E. o. Maim, brd. of review mtg C. N. Robinson, brd. of review mtg M. N. Phillips, brd. ot review mtg. ..... IBen Farrow, brd. of review mtg -H. H. Dreyer, brd. of mtg Alex Eadlg, brd. of mtg. Bmll Wester, brd. of review mtg A. B. Pannkuk, brd. of review mtg A. L. Kleinpeter, brd. of review mtg F. c. Krall, brd. of review mtg Wrn. Koestler, brd. of review mtg K. G. Ewoldt, brd. of review mtg. J. A. Devlne, brd. of review mtg A. A. Droessler, brd. of review mtg- A. W. Kennedy, board of review mtg Earl iR. Hoffman, brd. of "review mtg A. H. IFuchs, brd. of review mtg G. W. Carmean, brd. of review untg Leo M. Saunders, brd. of review mtg. 3.00 . _ • -—•—" — » i i/titi \ji ] Hugo Gade, labor l ij 0 r i "°° odm? " ! - patro1 ' 40.50 ' 01 son £ fe' ^5'ej'. rent Joe F^a^'. 82.00 B B ' rent Zlttlow A^l _,, »•*"»• iFrank Jacobs, board of mtg... Wm. Roeber, brd. of review mtg Wm. Hlgglns, brd. of review mtg. Oscar Polrot, brd. of mtg. review H. W. Geelan, brd. of review mtg F. Bestenlehner ,brd. of review mtg. Henry J. Kohlhaas, brd, of review mtg Aaron fW. Steussy, brd. of review mtg Simeon Leigh, brd. of review mte John B. Bormann, brd. of review mtg. .. Gaylord Johnston, brd. of review mtg. ,.,,,. T-> . ^ ' ******* W* >.. ,,. Rob Summers, labor M. L. Worby, labor .,',' .' Otto Kenne, labor ... Fred Baumgartner, labor t-larence Swanson, labor Glen Swanson, labor Jlhn Simmons, drag Kenneth Gould, drag. " ' Alvin Zinnel, drag. . Nick Mergen, drag. .. '" Don Frasier. drag. ... Sam Harr, drag •Melvin P. Cody,' drag" " Fred Butterfleld, drag " Albert Kressin, drag. !.."! Walter J. Dutton, drag. . •Donald Jacobs, drag. . John Von Bank, drag. ... 3.0 7.6 12.0 S.ft 7.0 8.0C 7.0 ,, allowed ., owe ... ;G W.. Gunder, drag ........ ' '" ' < f, el ' des ' drag., ., allowed .. Geo. O. Olson, drag Edward Hagge, drag cmd. If- j S s Jl».45, allowed dras -' OIIA'^-,.— w °rbyi'labor .',',' 2.00 Otto Kenne, labor 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 ' 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 100 •M vln Anderson," drag? ... Ann AJbert Wlttkopf, dres. *.w Leander Vaske drag ... £arl Zuwach. drag. !.."'..."'.." 4.00 Wllbert W. RlcfaSond, drag.!: 54.40 50.40 4S.40 20.50 19.00 16.50 15.50 5.00 8.50 10.50 10.00 4.50 46.35 21,00 15.00 10.40 2.50 7.25 S.OO 12.25 12.10 19.50 11.50 io:so 11.50 6.15 •2270 31.50 12.50 8.10 5.00 £• B. Roupe ......".'.."• e» Geo. Dunn ... r'f^ P. V. Janse, med.'aid '" 5 ' 8 ° Lawrence Elbert ... .." '1706 Otto Callles .... ' ,'XX G. W. Gunder .. |'S2 IR. L. Corbin, med. aid" 8 '°° Scribner family ... oAA Fred Smith . 6.50 8.00 Maynard Sohn. drag. ...".'. K. B. Kessler, drag. Dan flfroehlich, drag. . Geo. B. Streit, drag. " " Geo, C. Schultz, drag '" Henry Scheppman, drag. ...'" C. H. Sonnenberg, drag . Gust Nelson, drag. ... (Freddie Eden, drag. Victor Frlderes, drag. ...'..'" D uu Joseph Loebach. drag io'?o E. J. Laabs, drag. ... .. "'ft Jay Godden, drag. ...» Herman (Runksmeler, drag F. G. Darnell, drag ...!!' Joe Mayne, drag " John Rodmaker, drag ';'. John A. Sleper, drag "! J. L. Intermlll, drag " c. c. Foster, drag Jay D. Graham drag Johnson Bros., drag M. J. Koestler, drag ".'. E. C. Behnkendorf, drag. .. Wm. Fritz, drag Lawrence Doege, drag Enno Eden, drag '" N. B. Schlltz, drag Louis Scott, drag '.'..'" A. M. Gustafson, drag". Peter N. Thllges drag- Prank Relbhoff, 'drag, Peter N. Hansen, drag. ... " P. X. Wllhelml, dragf ... . -harles Ulfers, drag. ... -ecll Thorson, drag. .,..'.. " u« Crawford Bros., drag ism Waiter IBslerstedt, drtg. .. i"- 700 AlVln AnHa HaAH A ™ *• '••*' ie.'25 9.50 D. Cordes. Tletz . Mrs. J. 20M ' 11.50 275 ' 24a> ' 513 1250 900 ' 700 637 400 1550 '^i^'Ben Glsch $& 58.95 27.0C 17.0C 8.5( SO.OC 15.00 15.00 ' 12.00 65.50 60.00 care Mrs. Otto IR. A. Skaugstad.'fun'. exp"\lb' (Bratland, baby R. A. Clark, prov. L. R. Stelnman .. Aug. Rosenau ... Thos. Akre, prov. . " A. Connelly .. Hauensteln ... ." '" wenderwerf ... J. Knudsen . " " E. Belsch ... Padgett .. ' '" - , «. prov. • •. Johnson ... . Max Meslng . ' ' ». Palmer ... . F. Butts . ' '" Sandy Stebrltz"." " ' Wm. Seipman ..! !" Mathlson ... Campbell . o. E. swift'" ;;;.;; Ai' , P r ov . Alb. Blanchard ... *-• J. Jonson .. • J. Schemmel ... Amy Johnson JVank Hansen ..." C. Gunder ... w %' :Duil ant ..".'.. '«. K. Stevens W w. . Crouch W. A. Fike'.'.' .'. *• Gronbach .. J, Helmers ... .'. Holtcamp . Hiserodt Johnson .'. N. Klein IMyers . Muokey, w p - M. Ston'er V. Shott ... , 4.00 3.50 14.00 8.00 Taft "2!50 9.00 13.50 13.00 10.00 11.00 16.00 20.00 10.00 96.00 106.50 2.00 4.00 8.00 9.00 6.00 10.00 6.00 8.00 12.90 6.00 Mathlson _'Dutton "Alb Blanchard Byron Ludwig D. Newman Nowell (Co. Farm) . R. A. Evans, med. aid M. St. John J. Schimmel Chas. Gunder 'Ralph Falwey .. .. P. V. Janse, med. aid !L. Olson O. Dixon '" Clara Neitzel F, Gronbach A. Zittritsch " Mrs. Franzen ... . ., V. Vanderwerf .... Mrs - W. Godden i. w E. Holtcamp 200 E. F. Jones j'on C. Johnson i^S Ethel Jones " r?nn C. Taft ' j'cn J. W. Neville, sup Ed Belsch ... i'ii Olson 5'oa Taft ' r?S Benson Lemons 3.50 13.00 3.50 1S.25 16.00 1.00 3.75 6.25 .75 51.87 "i.OO 1.00 3.00 4.00 14.60 2.00 3.00 1.00 61.62 C5.50 2.33 K. D. James, sup. ." H. H. Preesman ." .','.' "'75 Alb. Olson a ' 05 G. W. Hunt '.' =,, «. J. Dutton ..!! j'oo Mrs. Elsie Cady, care Ed Er- Ickson 10.68 7.50 12.80 M V K err ]"' f u »erar'exp. "!!. Mabel Ludwig . s no Edward Erlckson .!! '.'.'. 4500 ..,„•_ Stebbins, grave Ed Er- .50 53.00 Matt Murtha, sup. Botsford Lumber CD ,' sun'" ' Farmers Elevator Co. SUD '" Bup Uth CO ' Im l"«m.nt:Co.; J. H. Menke sup Otto Wostllng, sup. '!.' P. V. Janse, med. aid .'. K. D. James, supplies . " " J^-ank Johnson, labor . H. M. Olson, rental aid " " Laird & McCullough, fun "exp „ .DOMESTIC ANIMAL' H. Beardsley, listing dogs, n Ludwig, listing dogs D. C. Ellis, listing dogs •„."" R. F. Hawcott, listing dogs Chas. Haas, listing dogs Leo H. Guerdet, listing dogs" A J. Cogley, listing dogs .... John R Kell, listing dogs T. B. ERADICATION ' Edward Droessler, cattle in dem ' „-- COURT'F'-UND' '" K. .K. Davidson, court report- Theo Elbert', baiiiff'.'.'". Carl Dahlhauser. sheriff .. ueo. D. Dunn, serving warrant O. Marquis. J. P ,f ue s '.',"!„'"! W. J. Davlson. J. p. fee .. 'Walter Steward, marshal , J. H. Sheridan, J. P. fee ... Jake Keller, constable . . A. J. Doleschal, marshal H. B. White, J. P. j> e . Carl Dahlhauser. sheriff ... 'ROAD CONSTRUCTION' FIT Sperbeck Printing Co., pub, notices Advance Pub. Co., pii'lj.'" notices Haggard & Waller, pub."no- tlces Bancroft 'Register, pub.'notices North Kossuth (Record, pub, notices •Fenton Reporter, pub. notices Lee O. Wolfe, pub. road notice Whittemore Champion, pub. road notice Sturdivant Pub. Co. nub. road notice ' RESOLVED: That tiie'co'untyA, tor la hereby ordered and directed! Issue warrants for all bills al!owei| this meeting as per "Schedule Claims hereinbefore written as t vote on each individual bill. Ajl On motion Board of Supervisors! Journed to 9:00 o'clock a. m. Tiies May 9, 1933. E. J. BUT County . May 9, 1933 Auditor's Office, .May 9, I 'Board of Supervisors met purs to adjournment with all present. Motion by Funnemurk and i oy 'Balgeman that followlns ditch right-of-way exemptions b lowed: August Traub— > Dr. H.-K, Jt. 2: •NiW 1-4 NE 1-4 29-91-30 -SAV 1-4 -NE 1-4 29-94-30 'SE 1-4 NE 1-4 29-9-1-30 ' SUPERVISOR "mST!' NO. 3 8 '°° rrt a tt.;i'gTien D t'c B ,ay'l "» ton Johnson i John Loescben— H.-K. No. 2-36: 8.00 Sartor, Weasels med. aid . G .Clapsaddle, med" 'aid for Harvey Graham .. ... °' 1 - Walle >'- m <"J. aid f Mr? 1 iF- 1 , Walle >'allowed " aid for clmd ' W rent and 10.00 14.00 1.50 25,00 10.00 4.00 5.00 20.00 Peterson Mrs. G. Tyler .".' Jim 'Robertson O. Grana ... Pete Giles .. . Mrs. H. Johnson' Amos Burgman 12.00 10.00 8.00 12.00 10.00 1S.OO iBert Godden Elmer Beeler -fnnHc J~*nr,u (-1. * ••••• 12.3G 11.00 Hoods Cash Store] '.'prov.' "- 00 N. J. Nemmer 5-'ii . Nemmers . Mrs. A. Cayler 16.20 . 2.90 12.50 10.00 Edna . A. Bergman .. .'." 30.35 7.50 23.36 41.60 4.20 69.05 ecor ° 1 R. Hunt feaiC,''.'.' 8 ^!!:'.^."^" 45.90 & God! 10.00 12.00 •^^™-^ •••••'- 18$ , Tobln .... Peter Giles .. Jane Cayler ... .'.'. N. Nemmers .. . Lafe Simmons ... Mabel Doss ... ..'. Henry Isenbrandt .. Ward .. Bert Godden ... .' Julius Briges ..... 6.00 6.00 17.00 4.00 78.50 s!&6 69.76 73.00 6.60 *»> SB 1-4 NIE 1-4 24-97-27 . SW 1-4 NE 1-4 24-97-:'? Ayes: All. .. •Motion by Heiken and seconded] McDonald that Balgemun be ar ed as a committee to make Dr. 1932. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and sect by Heiken that Elmer Beller be lowed $15.00 for April and May f ance. Ayes: All. ... Motion by Helton and seconded! Balgeman that the following commissioners be appointed: Algona Inc.—iFrank Gelgel. 'Lone Rock—Jim Ackerman. Lu Verne Ind.—<Fred Tiede. Eagle Twp.—'Paul Cody. Grant Twp.—Ell Anderson. Prairie Twp.—Geo. Ludwis Jr. •Springfield Twp.-John Haas. Ayes: All. • . .,. On motion Board adjourned to« o'clock p. m. , , One o'clock p. m.-Board o • visors met pursuant to adjouri with all members present. Motion by Balgeman ana SB by Funnemark to have heaiM gravel districts as per resoiuura | Board. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and by Heiken that resolution ue »»' establishing Secondary Road W Noa.- 217, 218, 220, 222. --J- ~- < 226, 227, 228. 229, 230, 234, 2i>, 239, 241, 242, 243, 245, 24li. and J' ported by H. M. Smith, ' """ glneer. Ayes: All. ( Me resolution.) oonnnut Motion by Heiken and secon IFunnemark that the contract w pensatlon insurance for lvOSSInsU i-. ty be awarded to Algona l" 31 ^ Agency, Algona, Iowa. A>e». RESOLUTION WHEffiiBAS, the Board ol °" ors of Kossuth.county. l° wa ;!' chased 200 garden units for r poaes In Kossuth county, W' -WHHRBAS. they have « garden plots and distributed ^ accordingly, _, th( , NOW THiEtRJ3FO|RlE, i"". Board of Supervisors «>P omlJ(( Morrison, County Agent oi county, ag overseer or ea^ Plots and instruct those I* the county -will make f- merlt for those that tane of this project. Ayes: AU, , Mas', Adopted this 9th day ol »»' 193J. Motion by Heiken and iBalgeman that taxes on S1W 1-4 13-98-30 for 1931-1- as follows: 8 1-3 SE W 98-30 and N 1-2 SB 1-i S' Ayes: AH. ' . . PC ( (Motion by Heiken and sec< McDonald that we now e"" release to William Swanso^ and that Clarence Swanso". Iowa, be credited w" h . hl | e pari« »30.(W from the postal <"* Ayes: All. -4 gee" 1 Motion Dy Balgeman ana ,„ by Funneuiark that May *" fa 2:30 p. m. ia hereby f!x ed a8 -« for the letting ° l gravel surfacing Districts Nos. j. 223, 234. 226, 828, 8% 235. 287, ' — "~ 2*6, 216, 217, „_ On motion ' Board 9'cloel!; a. tn. m,y M^f • V' 826, , l ,, 11 • , SJ3.
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