Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT 85 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA .THURSDAY. MUSIC PUPILS, LAKOTA, HEARD IN AJtfCITAL Lakota, June 1!)—Mrs. 0. H. Prer- king presented her music pupils in a recital at the Presbyterian church Friday eveuing. The recital was given in the form of a ! school. 4-act play. One Day With an Or- j The Tony Goeders family. Ma- RICH POINT LOCALS Dorothy and Catherine ik'flniU, Marguerite mul Hoberla Shilling, Noinia Haney, :ir>..l Mary Blac'k fit- tcndecl a miscellaneous shower ir, honor of Mrs. Feme Drone at '.he •shelter house in the Ambrose A. Call state park Friday afternoon. Buena Raney began work last week in Hie office of Justice H. B. White, Algona lawyer. She was graduated from the Algona high at the Carl Hutohins home. Mrs. dinary Family, written by Mrs. son City, spent part of last week Frerking for the occasion. The scenes were: a breakfast interlude; 2, a dinner prelude; 3, after school callers; and 4, a i Goedeirs and Mrs. Hutchinjs j sisters. William Greenfield Frerking; clarinet Underdahl. is having dolly's funeral with between act i the buildings on his farm newly specialties, including clarinet solo, i painted, George Gowens doing the Paul Ukena; piano solos, Norman work. solo, Vernard Mrs. Clyde Burtis, Mason City, j spent part of last week with her Piano numbers during the play,' daughter, Mrs John McQuire, and some as solos and some as duets, also vie.'ted Mrs Jesse Laslibrook, were given by Miriam and Velrua Algorui, another daughter. Heetland, Marcella Thaves, John Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. Har- Wortman, Paul Ukena. Dorothy As-; rv Seeley, and Mrs. Hugh Jlaney musson, Arliss Heetland, Elizabeth attended a Joint meeting of the Rahmstock, Shirley Hansen, Doro-; PIum Creek Union, Cresco, and the thy Ukena, Alvina Rippentrop,' Four Corners clubs at the Am- Elaine Rahmstock. Helen Behr-! — — ends, Patricia Woodworth, Mary Elaine Smith. Betty Edwards, Calvin Ukena and Beverly Furst. John Wortman won the gold pin and Elizabeth Rahmstock the silver pin for class work and certifi- The Clyde Bristows, near Curt, rates were given to Elizabeth and j were Sunday guests at Carl l Seip\s, Elaine Rahmstock, Dorothy and and bought home Pauline Seip, Paul Ukena, Patricia Woodworth, • who iliad spent a week with them. Marcella Thaves, John Wortman, : Mr. Bristow is a -brother of Mrs. Alvin Ukena, and Dorothy Asmus-! Seip. brose A. Call .state park last Thursday. The J. G. Devines, Humboldt, were Sunday dinner guests at R. H. Skilli.ng's. Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Qtiltz ,wera Sunday callers at Ray Fitch's, west of Irvington. Ray Devhie employed on Hie S. J. Devine farm, spent from last week Wednesday till Sunday at his home in Union township. Melvin Sill is driving a new Ford coupe. Betty Mae Miller and Dolores SliHz are sick, Dolores having the whooping cough. Mrs. Cora Virgin and Mrs. M. E. Worster. Algona, with Mrs. Cleve iStc\vart, Cresc.0 township, visited Friday afternoon at Mrs. Frank Ditsworth's. The Frank Capesius drove to Fort Dodge Sunday, and the eldest daughter Mildred went from there by train to Le Mars to visit friends. •She will also spend some time at Omaha. John Erpelding and his son Aloysius were (business callers at Armstrong Tuesday. FOUR CORNERS son. A silver offering was at close of the program. Three -I-H Girls to Ames- taken | Margery and Donna Jean, young daughters of Mr .and Mrs. Noble Mitchell who have been sick two j are well again. The little girls had' The Ledyard township 4-H girls ! some kind <yf summer complaint met in the Presbyterian church bought on it is thought by dust, parlors a week ago Monday after- [ heat, and then the sudden change: noon to study the music memory! to cooler weather, contest under the direction of Lu- ! The cooler weather in this vicin- cile Grins, H. D. A. Mary Jane j ity the past two weeks has been Lewis, Adah Telcamp, Miriam ] greatly enjoyed. Corn looks bet- Heetland, 4-H girls, and their i ' ter . but is uneven. Pastures and leader, Emma Gutknecht, will at-1 oa . ts 'have 'been helped greatly by tend the 4-H convention at Ames j ra i n - Many farmers are sowing next week. About 15 from this vi- i isu dan grass, millet, and soy beans cinity attended the 4-H rally day i for na V °r pasture, at the Call state park Thursday! A daughter, Janice and enjoyed a picnic dinner in the i ~ • park. Mrs. Frerking was one of the judges of the music memory contest. The Ledyard girls were 100 per cent present at the meeting at 10 o'clock and each girl and their leader received a fruit jar as a prize. Irene, was born to Mr .and Mrs. John Sabin last Thursday. Sunday callers at the 'Sabin home were the -Ethan Lights, Burt, the William iRiches, the Arch Walkers, and the Orville Hpldrens, Sexton. Mrs. William Rich, who was taking care of the mother and babo, hap gone home, and Mrs. Edith J!:'ch, mother of Mrs. Sabin, is now caring for fcbem. The Edward Riches were Suni!ay dinner gaasts ',!! IV; John Wilsons, Whittemore, and Mrs. Lorettai Hansen and 'her son Merlin, who iliacl spent a week with the Riches, went home with tihem. J. P. Nickerson, daug'.i'i>r Ev- lyu, Mr. and Mrs. Luthl Fessler, Hingsred, daughter Janice ami ?on Charles, Mrs. Louis 'Lowman. Jr. and Jimmie and Iris were Sundaj visitors at Fern Hilling's, Britt. by Balseman that clgaret permit be Issued Sidney Walburg arid bond for same be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Cossrove that Herman Runksmeler be given $9.77 refund for 1931 and $9.89 for 1932 Springfield township because of being erroneously assessed. Ayes: All. H. W. Roba, election board .. Art Lester, election board ---A. Qutknecht, election board.. Dr. H. H. Murray, election board ___________________ H. D. Mimnmn, election board J. E. Smith, election board _.. 7.50 4.GO 4.60 4.50 4.60 4.50 4.60 Motion by Co-grove and seconded VaHR Ogren, election board. 4.60 r,ffi± yn M,° nS f Hefkon L "aSSlnt. Edna L. Turiey, election board 4..0 by IBnlgeman that Helken be appointed ns a committee to make necessary repairs on Dr. SO, S5, and 102. Ayes: All. Motion by tBalgeman and seconded by Cosgrove that the following ditch right-of-way bo allowed: Dr. 4- open J. F. Menko Acres . Ayes: All. 24-9S-29 ..2.2 ,«.,,,* „. ^...~, , Uaura nosenau, election board 4.60 Wortman, election board. 4.SO City of t,n.kota, room rent J. H. iWarburton, election board - Ijeonard SIchnId, election board B. F, Edwards, election board. W. H. Patterson, election •board IRert Coder, election board John Kotb, spraying tree Tom Held, election board A. R. C'mlkshank, election board ' John P. :Byson, election board Olen W, Jenkinson, election board IRobt. A. Harvey, election board Thos. Berp, election board Helmut 'Grlese, bty. ~~~ 2.10 Elmer Madetzke, bty. _ " .40 Tax Service Co., tax service work 130.00 Paul J. Cody, weed comnT~IIII 3.40 H. C. iLunning, quarantine 2.50 O. L. Thoreson, quarantine 9.85 John IN. iKenefick, med. care prisoners 7.75 Laing 1 & Muckey, repairs .85 SEXTON JOTTINGS last Thursday and remained Wesley, attended church here Sun 200 at Itrothprhood Meet— The last Brotherhood meeting of i | till 'Sunday, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Philip Thornton. The daughter Lois who 'had spent day morning. Mrs. Everet Hodgin is spending two weeks with her parents, Mr the season was held at the Metho-! :a month with the Thorntons, came 1 1 and Mrs. Harvey Steven, while Mr. Hodgin is attending summer! school at Cedar Fails. The Hodgins will 'he at Webb next year, and Mr Hodgin will teadh in 'high sehoo: dist church at Buffalo Center a i home with 'her. •week ago Monday night and the; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen women were invited. A musical i There was a , lal , ge an. ice cream social Saturda> program was Riven and an address ' * by the Rev. Mr. Riden, pastor of • the Methodist church at Clear; evening. Cake, pie, and coffee Lake. More than 200 were pres- i were also served, and ?1G,75 wa ent. Those from here attending j cleared. The Aid gave the social were R. E. Worley, Sam Warbur- The Mack Wises, Mason City ton, Mr. and_Mrs. A. Q. Smith, the ispent the week-end with Mi- Rev. P. 0. Johnson, and the Rev. Harold Fletcher. Attend Rally Bay Meeting- Mrs. J. H. Warburton and her Wise's mother, Mrs. G. B. Wise •and took home the 'Son Prank, whc •had spent two weeks with grandmother. Morris Francis went to Iowa niece, Mrs. Rudolph McKinney at- City a week ago Friday for sum tended a 4-H girls Rally day pro- mer school. gram at Algona last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John 'Seeman, Al They also attended the afternoon ! gona, spent Tusiay with .Mrs. See party given by the four rural worn- ! man's en's clubs at the Ambrose A. Call chara. state park. A splendid program | Donald Heiter, Corwirh, mother, Mrs. Mary Kuts- spen 'Mrs. W. Z. Miller went to Souix was enjoyed and ice cream and Saturday night and 'Sunday witih wafers served. This event is an ! Rex Taylor, annual affair of the rural clubs. Silver Tea is Held— The Methodist Aid held a silver tea at the church last week Tuesday afternoon. A short program was given: Vocal duet, the Rev. Mr., Johnson and Mrs. Harnquist; piano week Tuesday evening to help their mother celebrate her birthday. Other Lakota News. Mrs. J. H. Warburton visltec Mrs. Addie Seymour at Algona las! duet, Beth Hamquist and Betty!week. Mrs. Seymour's brother Johnson; short play, The Elder ! Reuben had been visiting her while Makes a Call, given by Eleanor i "is wife was in a Chicago hospital Moe, Betty Johnson, Beth Ham- j but last Thursday he was called by quist, Mrs. Delia Smith, and Bill a wire stating his wife had plura Clemans. Boy Scouts at Fort Podge— W. E. Ley and Ed Underdahl took seven boy scouts to Fort Dodge Sunday to spend a week at a scout camp. The following went: Orville and Howard Koppen, Vernard Underdahl, James Ley, Lyle Patterson, Paul Ukena, and Dale Hamquist. Dr. Williams is scout master and if possible will spend part of the week with them. Arthur Abbas is Married- Friends recently received word of the marriage of Arthur Abbas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Abbas, and Eda Schreiver, of Rockford, May 21. The bride is a niece of George Heyes, and Mrs. Nancy Van der pneumonia and was in a critica condition. Mrs. J. A. Bargar, who has not been well for the past few weeks was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital last week Wednesday for examination nad consultation. No serious condition was found and her speedy recovery is expected. A. Q. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, of Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans, and Miss Ball, of Titonka, went to Montgomery Sunday to visit the Roy Farringtons. MBrs. Rudolph McKinney and daughter Mary Cecelia, of Amery, Wls., spent last week visiting relatives here. They went to Blue Earth Saturday evening. Mrs. Samuel Warburton, who has been sick for a few weeks, was Veer, of German township. The Ab- ab le to be up some last week, but bas family lived in German town-l later in tne week she was not so ship a number of years, but moved wel1 to Delevan, Minn., March 1. To Tisit in Wyoming- Mr, and Mrs. George Lewis, of Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, south of town farmers, left Sunday morning for Stoner, Wyo., to visit their eldest sister, Mrs. Sherman Hartshorn. They will visit the Black Hills and other points of interest during the trip. Aid Entertained at S. C.— The local Methodist Aid was entertained at the Swea City Aid's annual Guest day last week Wednesday afternoon at a splendid program and enjoyable afternoon. A large crowd from surrounding towns was present, and three carloads from Lakota attended. S. S. Class Holds Party— The Berean Sunday school class held its monthly party with their teacher, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Thursday evening, with 12 members and three visitors present. They played games on the lawn and afterward ice cream and cake were served, Three Attend Summer Conference— Gertrude Wortman, Mildred Bargar, Fern Lewis and Thomas Lewis left Monday for Storm Lake to spend the week attending a young people's summer conference. Endeavor Has Wiener Boast— The Intermediate Endeavor held The Erman Hansens went to Emmetsburg Sunday to visit her family, the Martin Bobos. Mr. Thomas, of Titonka, took them down. The George Weinburgers, of Libertyville, 111., are visiting George's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Weinburger. Minone Sturdevant, who is in a nurse's school at Fort Dodge, spent last week visiting her parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bruns and daughter Arlene, of Fairmont, were visitors at A. Q. Smith's Sunday. Irene Rippentrop recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Buffalo Center hospital. Guy Beemer's mother, Mrs. Frank Raymore, of Albert Lea, is visiting her son here this week. S. P. Powers spent last week at Harvard, 111., attending the funeral of his oldest brother John. The John Alberts, of Swea City, were visitors at Henry Patterson's Sunday. Wesley Edna Carlson left for Kensington, Minn., Friday evening. She was accompanied as far as Minneapolis toy her father, Herman Carlson. Edna will spend some! time with the family of her uncle, the Rev. Arvid Carlson, pastor of the Swedish Covenant church. Mr. Carlson was formerly a missionary to China. The Herman Ostercamps and Mrs. Ostercanip's father, E. Gooda wiener roast and party on the ' ncnv . visited the family of their Prank Lewis lawn Wednesd-iy > brother and son, Earl Goodnow, evening. Mary Jane Lewis is super- at - Ma -son City Sunday. The Earl intendent. Goodnows have a young son, 'their third child, who is now two or Celebrate Mother's Birthday three weeks old. Children of Mr. and Mrs. James Mra. Anthony Johnson is sick in Bruer and their families came last bed with, tonsdlitis. there. They were at Inwood las year. Ledyard Mrs. Christ Gelhaus took her mother, Mrs. D. H. Brown to Rake last Thursday to consult Dr. Rust Roy Anderson, Radcliffe, came Sunday for his son Fred, who had been visiting the L. W. Wiemers. Mrs. Harriett Matzener will entertain the Methodist Aid in the church basement Thursday. Wm. Garry and John Mousel attended a grain dealers convention at Algona last Thursday. Eva Maude Wenzell, Mason City, is visiting her father here. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION AND APPKAISMENT OF LAND FOB THE PURPOSE OF SECURING ROAD MATERIALS. TO LUCY M. FISH, SYLVIA M. LANNING, SADIE M. JUNKINS, EDGAR K. JUNKINS, FRANCIS E. McCHANE, HARRY Mc- CHANE, LUCY M. RICHMOND, E. J. MURTAGH, and all persons, companies, or corporations having any interest in any of the following described real estate: You and each of you are hereby notified that Kossuth county, Iowa, desires the condemnation of the following described land, to-wit: All that part of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Eight (8), Township Ninety-eight (98) North, Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., beginning at a point 33 feet North of the corner-stone at the Southeast (SE) corner gf the Northwest Quarter (NW J /4) of said Section Eight (8), thence North 375 feet, thence West 550 feet, thence South 375 feet, thence East 550 feet, to the point of beginning, containing 4.73 acres and that such condemnation is sought for the following purpose, to-wit: For the purpose of securing same for gravel deposits to be used n surfacing highways. That a commission has been appointed as provided by law for the purpose of appraising the damages which will >e caused by said condemnation. That said commissioners will on the 7th day of July, 1934, at ten o'clock a. m., visit said premises and proceed to appraise said damages at ivhich time and place you may appear before the Commissioners, if you care to do so. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By MAURICE C. McMAHON, 38-41 County Attorney. [Board Proceedings June 11, 1934 Auditor's Office, June 11, 1934. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county 'met in regular session with all members present. Board proceeded to read minutes of last regular session and all adjourned sessions. Motion by Balgeman and seconded >y Cossrove that minutes of the last •esular 'session and all adjourned sessions be approved as read. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills. Motion by Helken and seconded by osgrove that taxes be suspended on ots 4-5-6-7, Block 1, Original plat, wea City, laat half of 1931, and all of 932 and 1933 as recommended by town .ouncil of Swea City, Iowa. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded iy Balgeman that Cosgrove be ap- lointed as a committee to make nec- ssary repairs on Dr. 99. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by it-iken that widow's pension be given Bertha Dirksen beginning June 1, 93-1. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded Jenkins iFergemann Co., sup. 30.70 Vera E. Schwietert, labor 22.80 Omaha School Supply Co., slfpT 17.93 Koch Brothers Co., sup. 3G.52 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., sup. 6380 E. J. IBaitler, deliv. ballots "~ 25.50 F. "W. -Green, labor " 3.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, labor 2.00 Whittemore Champion, print- Ing ballots 831.00 Alex Radig, election board 8.40 P. M. Christenson, election board 6 .40 Arthur B, 'Priebe, election board W. G. trials, electioifboardll 5.40 American Legion Post, Lone Rock, room rent 3.00 O. A. Jensen, election board 5.70 (Richard Krumm, election board Isndo.ro Mayer, election board. Qco. Clnk, election board . O. B. Ludwig, election board.. Alt Studer, election board Motion by Cossrove and seconded by Helken that Class "C" beer permit be Issued to Cecil O. Bailey, Seneca, Iowa. Ayes: All. by Helken that McDonald be appoint- by oHIken that McDonald be appointed as committee to make necessary repairs on 'Dr. 114. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one be^ye^ 0 ™"''' a" 61 ™™'"!*: a B^m;"ele C tTon"boa'rd V i:: by Helken that valuations of personal property for 193-1 be equalized and that following adjustments be made: Seneca Township—Colts one year old, decreased 13 per cent. Springfield Township, colts two years old, decreased 16 per cent. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter written: SOHiBD'ULE OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND Chas. Morris, comm. and ses- soin $ 186.40 W. S. Cossrove, comm. and session 170.80 W. E. McDonald, comm. and session 184.81 F. J. Balgmean, comm"~~a~nd session 157.20 P. J. Helken, comm. and session _ 171.05 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service 47.24 2.00 fi.40 11.10 n.40 r,.io G.OO 5.40 r,.40 E.IO B.40 13.30 6.30 6.30 G.30 7.30 fi.40 Town of Ledyard, room rent.. Albert IBiirnes, arranging 'booths F J. Welslirod, election board G B. Johnson, election board. G. IB. Krattse, election board.. J. iF. Newel, election board . John Dempsey, election -board. F. H. Bohn, election board ... IT H. Dreyer, election board. \V. K. Laoge, election 'board.. O W. 'Newel, election board— 'Frank Elgler, election board.. Fentoti Opera House, room rent W. D. Kearns, election -board. Wm. Kocstler, election board.. 13. iR. Wolt?., election board Maude Hnnna, election board.. C. C. Smith, election board O W. Blelch. election board— Geo. P. Hawcott, election "liocttcher, election J. i\f. iVVItte, room rent __IIII s'.OO j Blanche Leora S 5.70 OCOTBO 'board W. W. board - Vurtm iBoettchcr, election bonrd D. F. Slaughter, election board Town of .Hurt, room rent C. 'H. Schroeder, arranging •booths Burt Public Library, room rent W. A. White, election board .. F. C. Beermnn, election board „.,., Neva Mason, election board — 5'.)0 C. H. Reilly, election board ... fi'.10iV. J. Sands, election board — S40 Jcannetto McMurray, election 5.',|0 board Alfred 'board Jergenson, election J. E. McEnroe, election board. 7.70 Henry Bailey, election board 5.70 i Clark Scuffham, election board Walter H. Ivlamp, election board D. M. Stewart, election board. E. O. Mann, election board Will Rlngsdorf, election board. E. B. Dittmer, election 'board. W. H. Schwietert, election board Ubbo Winter, election board __ J. A. Sleper, election 'board B. H. Meyer, election board John Boekelman, election board H. 'Dreesman, election board Fred S. Gelgel, election board. M. L. Roney, election board U. >B. Frankl, election board.. Alvin IL. Weber, election board Carl llutchins, election board. Farmers Co-op. Elevator, room rent J. Elbert, election Eva M. 'Corey, election board, rent 5 ' 70 | Frank Gelgel, election board .. 57 0 Elizabeth Holmes, election ^'m C. C. Scha~r!ach"clectro~n~board r'm W. H' 'Gll'brlde, election board o^'A. M. Stock, election board ... Helen IBestenlehner, election 'board Claire Keith, election board Mary R. Kain, election board. Catherine McCall, election board -— Ida Leffert, election .board Thos. Kaln, election iboard G.OO 10,70 5.70 5.70 7.70 B - 70 H. J. Bacon, election board .. 4.80 Evelyn Potter, election .board.. 4.80 4.80 4.80 4.SO 2.00 Geo. C. Hanna, election iboard. 7.90 Wm. Stoutenburg, election board 5.10 Lem 'Marlow, election 'board 5.10 K. G. Ewoldt, election board 5.10 M. O. Richards, election board 5.10 Theo Krueger, room rent 4.00 Harry Sabin, election board 5.40 J. J. Elbert, election iboard 5.40 B. A. Dwenger, election board. 5.40 Minnie Matern, election board. Axel Erlckson, election board 5.70 M. J. Kennedy, election board" 5.70 O. i,. Thoreson, election board 5 70 G. B. (Risk, election board 4.80 Louis Anderson, election board 4.SO Chester Johnson, election board Fred E. 'Du~tt5n7~electfo~n~board iFred Logeman, election board 11.10 C. C. Anderson, room rent 2.00 G. F. Chambers, election board 7.S5 A. A. Schipull, election board 4 65 F. I. Chapman, election board Frank Clapsaddle, election board Anna B. Murray,~efeetlon~board A. J. Eason, election board H. C. Allen, election board Harry Lcihty, election board" J. L. Llchty, election board " Arthur A. Hof, election board 315 Town of iLu Verne, room rent" 4.80 6.80 4.G5 3.15 3.15 3.15 5.G5 4.65 3.16 M. N. 'Phillips, election board S. J. Devine, election board A. J. Klrschbaum, election iboard Henry Elscheid, "eiecticin~"board ,L. C. 'Hutchlns, election board j Chas. H. Aman, election board Otto Neuman, election board C. 'N. Beisch, election board II Fred Boyken, election board Chris Brandt, election board Andrew M. Hansen, election board W. A. Schram, election "board"" C. E. Thomas, election board E. C. Mayfleld, election board" Ernest P. Hansen, election board Wm. Boyken, election""board"" H. E. Rachut, election board" W. H. Stott, election board K. & H. Oil Co., room rent "" 6.00 8.SO 6.30 6.30 6.30 6.30 3.00 0. R. Jensen, election board 1. T 1 . Eneesser, election board" Joe Crowley, election board MUlen Jensen, election board"" J. W. Bolllg, election board "" A. T. 'Paulsen, room rent """ Ely Anderson, election board Frank Jacobs, election board R. Newton, election board C. H. Blair, election board 'Dj-d C. Colwell, election board T , V^? 1 , 80 "' arranging booths John 'Frideres, election board Henry iBormann, election board J. H. Fraser, election board Wm. Runchey, election board" John iBorman, election board" ,.<>v T n i" ore son, election board 10.00 J. f. Peterson, election board urn boTrd ' Bank| elec «°n 3. H. Llnde,""e"lection~~b"oard £•, !"• Simpson, election board fcd Droessler, election board _ A. IB. Lappe, election board _"" Anton Stork, election board""" John Hellrnan, election board" t<. ti. Mescher, election board" Otto H. Falk, arranging 5.40 6.65 5.80 4.80 5.80 4.80 4.80 3.00 1.00 5.10 9.10 9.10 2.05 2.85 2.85 5.10 fi.10 2.85 2.S5 3.00 booths 0.00 Breen Post Amerlnan"Leglon" room rent _______ 3.00 M. L. Peterson, storage I 4 00 H. F. iSchU'ltz, election board" 640 Wm. Meyer, election board "" 5 40 •F. J. Ludwig, election boardl" 5.40 Elizabeth 'Higglns, election board ________ 3 ^ """ Alice M. board Frank Reimers," . W Elbert efe"ct!on efectTon .board Walter Vaudt"" eiectlo"n""board" Wm. Boas, election board Arthur 'Fandel, election board" Mary Woodward, election board Town of AVhItt"e"more,""room 6.30 rent 6.30 J. E. Kelly, election "board 6.30 Peter Looft, election board """ 6.30 ;'D. fW. .Fults, election board""" G.ao Geo. 'Butterfield, election board 1.00 J. O. Seylar, election board 4.80 Rena Haglund, election board" 4.80 I'. J. Anderson, election board" 4.801 Clare M. Erfckson, election 6.801 board 4.SOJl<3a E. lLarson, election""board" G. B. Pearson, election board" way 'Lord, room rent J. J. Rink, election board Geo. D. Moulton, election board J. H. Mousel, election board A. Carpenter, election board 6.00 6.00 6.00 K.OO 5.10 5.10 r r- w . m - TV^nzel, election board Albert Brand, election board" ' " 3.60 3.60 5.40 5.40 3.00 ll.SO G.OO 6.00 4.50 4.50 4.50 8.50 .(GO d'eo .('so 4SO 4 80 S.ZO 330 Bertha E. Johnson, election board Ida. C. Tager, election board.. 6.00 2.00 4.90 4.80 4.80 3.00 3.00 8.00 6.80 4.80. 3.00 3.00 6.00 6.40 5.40 5.40 3.90 3.90 3.90 8.40 5.40 3,90 3.90 Z.OO 2.00 1.50 4.20 4.20 4.20 3.45 3.45 3.45 4.20 4.20 3.45 3.45 6.00 5.SO 4.80 4.80 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.80 4.80 4.20 4.35 4.35 4.35 4.35 3.00 3.00 9.27 Glbbs-Cook Tractor & Equip, CO., Blip. '_ ____________ i ___ Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Su"p~ ICo., sup. ................. , 2RS2.23 DRiAIKPAOE FUND Dr. 4- E. O, Stenstrom, repairs 4 no Dr. 31— IRIay A. Marquis, labor __ s 00 Jack Welch, labor __ R'OO Dr. CO— E. G. Stenstrom, labor _____ 4200 Mlmoro Cement & Tile Co." . iRay A. Marquis, lalbor ______ 3.) oo Jack Welch, labor _____ " 2400 Geo. Looft, labor _____ IIIII lf>0 E-lmore Cement & Tile "CoT Ed Meyers, labor _______ Dr. 85— B, G. Stenstrom, labor Ray A. Marquis, labor .I." Geo. Looft, labor Dr. 90- .......... Buffalo Center Lumber Co., sup. ____________________ : Ed Meyers, labor Dr. 102— 'Ray A. Marquis, labor _____ Jack Welch, labor . ________ IGeo. Looft, labor ODlmoro Cement & "Tile" ~Co~, in 00 lo!oo 2850 12.00 GOO GOO o 25 4 00 300 Thompson Yards Inc., sup. Dr. 120- Ray A. Marquis, labor Jack Welch, labor _ Dr. 135— 'Buffalo Center Lumber Co., sup. _ ___ 20.47 Emll 'Boettcher, labor 4 00 Ed Meyers, labor 4200 Dr. 139— " Ray A. Marquis, labor andM Fin, ir y°«r Present are too hig h U nance we reatment. Telephone BUSINESS Oscar Norman, election 'board. 3.00 Alfred boad •Kresensky, election 4.35 H. F. iHuenhold, election board 4.35 Frank Kohlhaaa, election 'board 3.00 Stewart McFadden, election 'board 3.00 Kenneth (Harrlt, bty. 60 Haggard '& Waller, pub. notice, proc., etc. 120.C2 Sophia Tjaden, trust fund 43.83 Helberg Garage, sup. 1.41 l'.37 36.17 Walter 'Peterson, bty. Perkins Bros. Co., sup. Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup, COURT FUND J. II. Sheridan, J. P. fee 3.50 Jake Keller, constable 13.55 John Hutchison, mayor 4.00 Carl Johnson, marshal fee . 2.25 Carl Dahlhauser. sheriff 2.70 T. B. ERADICATION FIUNID Dr. Archie 'Whitlow, vet. serv. 301.10 L. C. Dudding, cattle indem. _ 13.20 L. N. Hubbard. cattle Indem. 35.34 R. H. Wal'ker, cattle Indem. . 53.32 ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND C. & N. <W. R'y Co., frgt. 209.72 C. & N. W. IRi'y Co., frgt. ... 182.85 H. M. Smith, engr. 245.00 Don T. Nugent, asst engr. _ 140.00 Milton McFadden, rodman 78.00 C. & N. W. [R'y co., frgt. on lumber 158.75 J, V. Elbert, grad. proj. No. 39. 680.40 J. V. Elbert, grad. proj. No. 38 226.80 J. V. Elbert, grad. proj. No. 7_ 421.20 3eo Looft, labor 63.00 Haggard & Waller, gravel letting ___ 2.70 M Verne News, pub. notice 13.62 Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co., sup. 1181.80 Wheeler 'Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co., sup. 1785.48 ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service 21.97 Jerry Neeland, labor Allen Carr, labor C. & N. W. R'y Co.T'ffgVTIIII Jtto Ohm, road superintendent Central States Elec. Co., light service rl. R. Hays, labor I Albert Looft, drag. Wm. Fritz, drag. __" Cecil Thoreaon, drag. Albert Kressin, drag. \lfred 'Ditsworth, grading Bernard Brink Jr., labor Vrnold Delperdang, labor Kennedy iBros., assign. ~~ ~ labor _JH"I. 23.25 9 50 38.98 oo.OO 1.03 10.75 12 25 9.24 2.00 1.50 IKSO 1S.35 C2.CO Jack Welch, labor Dr. 166- E. Q. Stenstrom, labor POOR FUlNiD SUPERVISOR DUST. (NO. Mrs. Chas. E. Nlnneman, rent and court costs Ralph Fandel . Leon Merrill, funer.al exp. Jens P. Rtfberg Benedict's Store, prov. 'Frank Stewart A. W. Jurgens, prov. Fred Schneider Mrs. Anna Sankey, prov. Mar- 8.00 6.00 2.00 84.95 C5.00 4.93 8.48 at Algonn ^AAVYEBS W. B. Quarton QCAUTOX ft fnon&s: tin Jordan 15.23 B. K. Klnseth & Son, "prov."s"i- mon Moslman fam. • 29.46 SUPEflRVTSOiR 1ST. NO. 2. Mrs. J. T. Bohannon, rent Mrs. Wlllse Mrs. Iraelda Dooley, exec,, rent 'Wm. Baker fam. iChos. Redemsko, rent J. Hel- Mrs. Berlha Murray, rent Clara Neltzel 5.00 5.00 7.00 10.00 Algona Coop. Cry 1 Co., prov. 10.99 Nela Peterson $ 1.68 Max Meslng 1.26 Aug. Rosenau 1.80 Eugene Meyers 1.44 Mrs. Amy Johnson 1.44 Mrs. Clara Neltzel 3.36 supEinvrsoR DIST. NO. 3 F. X,. Adams, med. care Mrs. Cad Robinson 10.00 J. TV. Neville, sup. Mary~^3l- 7.68 Kossulh Hospital, hosp, care •Ida Walker ___________ . __ 28.00 R. L. Williams, med. care 65 00 i go Algona, i'o wa , BONAB rt-j, " Ottico phone 3.E.] '-'• B. Unnan Phones: _„ 3. B. McM., 403. Algona,] E. J. Harringt on j, A 'torneys-at-Law ' Phone 287 g j . Office over Postofflce. 1 _... Lawyers Oirice over Iowa State Phone 213-W. Mrs. Walker _____ Ida Walker ______ "III 50.00 Harry Warburton, sup. James Walker . ________ SUPEtRVTSOR DIST. NO. Alma Madison, care Bernard Leeper ___________________ 15.00 Mrs. Lewis! Larsen, care Fred iLavrenz girl ___________ 25.00 Paul Grames, prov. Mrs. Lalll- Joe Bloom, prov. man M. Shoop- 19.60 j^ UQ SUIPBBVlSaR~l>JJ3T."Nb~. 5 R. L. Williams, med. care Jessie Johnson • go 00 Dr. C W. Lundquist, med. care Albin Peterson family 14.25 Or. 'H. H. Murray, med, care Mrs. H. Jurgenson 28.50 R. L. Williams, med. care Everett E. Sleper 84.00 E. J. Foy, funeral exp. Mrs. Alvin Lloyd 6009 G. 'D. Curtis, funeral exp. Genaro Flores 65 oo Art Lester, rent J. Faulkner I lO.TJO P. Miller 6.00 '. J. Applequist, prov. Nels Jensen 3"bo Mrs. Chas. Edwards 179 GENERAL POOR O. B. Kuhn, rent for cellar COUNTY FAlRiM " t. H. Thompson, dental work 3. D. Shumway SHUArWAY AKEUTJ Attorneys-at-Uw effice In Quinby Block 08 ^. A. WIKKBL~ Atiturnej-.at.ia« Olfice in Quinby BulUltfl Phone 180 • -- . _ HIHAJI B. WHITE •ittorney-aMaw Offlco over Iowa State 1 Phone 206. Algona, [ P. A. BANSOM Attorncy-At-Lair Office over Iowa State '. Phones: Offico, 460-J.; Res. I 4 70 10.00 47.'57 Joe Greenberg, sup, Roderick Auto Co., sup."~~~ Botsford .LunYber Co., sup. Reo Sales •& Service, sup. •Sles-Fort Dodge Co. sup, Austin-Western iRd. Machlms Co., sup. 91 71 ' rm A. 'F. Schu-ltz, election board.. , jup. _ 1.15 Zender & Caldwell, sup. 716 IKD30LVS3D: That the County Auditor is hereby ordered and directed to Issue warrants for all bins allowed at this meeting as per "Schedule of Claims hereinbefore written as per vote on each Individual bin. Ayes: AH On motion Board adjourned to nine O'clock at. m. June- 12, 1934. E. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. CARROL A. WANDEB Attorney-at-Lair Office over Postottlce, Phone 65 1. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCI!ISO!t| THEODOKE C. HUTCH Attonieys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 PABSOXS & COl'LE Attorneys at Law E. H. Parsons Judge D. P. C Phone 820 : Algona, Iom| Office over the Basket Ore DOCTORS Mail a Want to Fill a Want I Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week - We Do Not Charge Want Ads — or Check MUST Accompany Order CLIP THIS FORM ANDFILL IT IN S Your Name | How many v, eeks is advertisement to ~—i i i Note—Write plainly, one word In each space below ; 4o not write name In form below but count four extra i where. Address. run?. Amount enclosed $ nai " e> addre8 '' may appear el«e> S JOHN N. KRNEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Sto Office phone 300 Res. phone 326, C. H. CBE'IZJIEYER,M.D,| Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block] Phones 444-310, Ugona P. T. JANSE, H. D. Physician and Snrjeon Office on South Dodge Sirs fhones: Office, 666; resident | Algona, Iowa WALTEU FBASEB, M,B.| Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby BIdg, r~ Phone No. 12 JffELVIN G. BOUBSB Physician and SniO» Office in Postofflce Btoa Phones: Office, 1S7; realteirt] W. D. Oiteopathlo Physician Located in General Hospital I Phoneo: Office 187, DENTISTS DK. U. Dentist. Gas or novocaine used for uactlon. JL-ocated over Chrlatensen I Phonea; Business 166, residency Algona, Iowa —___ -— ~ VETEKlIS'ABIiA'S l. W. FOX J. B. WINKBl YetertaarUni West State Street, Office. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII Over $16,000,000 worthjrf In force. A home secure. D. D. MIMEOGRAP1 ADVANCE

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