Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1934 · Page 14
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PAGE FOUR OKLAHOMANS ARE GUESTS AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, July 18 — Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, hatchery here, attended a hatchery code meeting in Storm Lake last week Wednesday. Returning, they met Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Norma, of Ames, in Fort Dodge, they visiting at the N. L. Cottons. Other guests at N. L. Cotton's were Dr. and Mrs. Dell Angus, son Howard and friend John Turkle, all of Lawton, Okla., and Kittie Holbrook, Dencer, Colo. They left Friday, going to Omaha and western points, before returning to their home in Oklahoma. The W. J. Cottons entertained the group and Mrs. Angus Cotton and children, of Chicago Heights, 111., Thursday evening. Jenson Family Brought Home— E. M. Jensen, accompanied by Gordon Blanchard and Mrs. Frank jCity Globe-Gazette, received word Clayton and son Billy, who have (Friday of his appointment as member of the state printing board beginning July 1. Mr. Carle is president of the Iowa Composing Room Executives, which office he has held two years, and is also a member of Typographical Union No. 406. He has also been active in democratic circles in Cerro Gordo county. APPOINTED ]" EO J. CARLE, composing room superintendent of the Mason been visiting at William Krause's, left Saturday for their home at Charles City, Gordon stopping and playing baseball Sunday. Mr. Jensen continued to Muscatine, where his family had been visiting Mrs. Jensen's sister, and all the first of the week. returned Birthdays Are Celebrated — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer entertained Sunday afternoon for the Angus twins, Dittmer twins, and Roy Hines whose birthdays occur July 18, 19, and 20. Attending were the Delmar Angus family, Algona, Roy Hines, William and Cleo Hobson, Sally and Lois Whitehill, Alice, Lillian, Eugene Harold Angus, and Mr. and Leonard Dittmer. and Mrs. Off for the World's Fair- Mrs. W. J. Cotton left Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan and Mary Jane Clarke, all of Algona, for a three weeks visit with relative in Wisconsin and Illinois and the World's Charles Shicks, and Lyla Priebe. Earl Earing, daughter Lucille, and Clinton Guest, all of Campus, 111., came Saturday to visit at Oscar Earing's. Clinton went on to Tom Guest's in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speed, of Waterloo, spent from last week Tuesday till Monday at Mrs. Speed's mother's, Mrs. Agnes McBride's. Mrs. Albert Gapp, son Coin, and Loretta and Frances Fendrick, all of Salern, S. D., spent from last week Tuesday till Saturday at Mrs. stone's. The Edward Kruegers, Raymond, Minn., visited the Charles Morrises, P. M. Christensons, and Jay God- fair in Chicago. They are returning J dens last Wednesday and Thursby way of Minneapolis, they will visit relatives. where day. Picnic Honors Mrs. Tarbell— A picnic was held at Jay Godden's Sunday honoring Mrs. Ida Tarbell, of Waterloo. Attending were the James Wadsworths, L. B. Hollisters, Mrs. Alex Krueger and son Tommy and the Martin Vants, of Bancroft. Bural Mail 3l>n Meet _The Kossuth rural letter carriers association were entertained Gladys Bierstedt, employed in Algona, left with Adelia Frink, Algona, for Omaha Sunday to attend the Walther League convention. The C. E. Householders and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McGowan, of Cedar Rapids, were Sunday guests at William Barker's, Swea City. The Harry Rahns took Mrs. Glenn Leeper and children to Fairmont Sunday to visit Mrs. Leeper's mother, Mrs, John Buchan. The Mite society met last week at John Sprank's last week Tues-l Thursday . with Mrs ' v 'ctor Rogers. day evening with 19 present. Friday C'lnb Plans Picnic— The Busy Friday club met with Mrs. Emil Kraft, Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt assisting. The next meeting will be a picnic August 10. Girl for Balph Thompsons— An 8-lb. girl, Carol Ann, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson last Thursday. Margaret Wilhelmi, Bancroft, is assisting. Attends Cornell Bible School- Lillian Angus left Monday for Cornell to conduct daily vacation Bible school for two weeks. i- Other Lone Rock. The A. D. Newbroughs had as dinner guests Sunday Mrs. Cora Terwilliger and daughter Beulah, Mrs. Joe Hall and son Bobby, Mrs. Ernest Terwilliger and daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Terwil- Sally Whitehill sang a solo, accompanied by Lillian Angus. The Harvey Raths, of Algona, ger, daughters Gloria and and Will Linstrom, all of Miada Humboldt. The Edw. Blanchards, Marvil Marlow and the Lawrence New- broughs and son Donald, of Humboldt, were afternoon guests. Esther, Ellwyn and Gerald Godden, Ronald Christenson, and Florence Grubb, who has been visiting at Victor Rogers', drove to Ames Saturday. Florence returned home and Verdabelle Thompsen, who has been visiting her grandparents, the A. Stolls, came back with the party. They visited Vera Morris, student at Iowa State college, and also drove to Des Moines. Orville Rosendahl spent the week-end with his wife and baby at William Krause's, returning Monday to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rosendahl, Pioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyer and baby, Corwith, accompanied by Mrs. Krause, came Sunday, Mrs, Krause remaining home. Mrs. Alex Krueger and son Tommy, Mrs. Fred Genrich, and Mrs James Wadsworth, and Mrs. Ida Tarbell, of Waterloo, spent Friday at Ben Guenther's in Estherville. Last week Tuesday all but Mrs. Genrich drove to Irvington and 3 P^t the day at M. E. Blanchard's. The George Pettits, Phyllis See- gebarth, Mrs. Howard McChesney and three children, of Van Nuys Cahf., spent Friday in Emmetsburg visiting the Pettit daughter Mrs. Arthur Davis. Mrs. McChesney and children remained for a longer visit. Sunday guests at Ralph Thompson s were the A. W. Lampes, of Ventura, Mrs. Ira Newbrough and son Donald, of Humboldt, the Richard Longs, Mrs. mile Thompson and Mrs. John Rath and son Laurence were Sunday guests at Albert Shaser's. Robert Angus, of • Chicago Heights, came Monday to the parental R. T. Angus home for a few weeks visit. William Cameron returned Friday from a sight-seeing trip into Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma, Delina Rogers and Florence Grubb, of Ames, spent Monday and Tuesday at Andrew Thomson's. The Andrew Thomsons attended the funeral of Andrew Balmer, of Dolliver, Saturday afternoon. Gladys and Margaret Nelson, of Chicago, are spending a month a the parental Will Nelson's. Roy Hines, who has worked a the W. J. Cottons, is now workin at the Charles Dittmer's. Ruby Wolter, who visited rela lives the past six weeks, returne to Fairmont Saturday. Esther Larsen, Decorah, arrive Friday morning to visit her siste Mrs. Arthur Priebe. The Legion Auxiliary met las week Wednesday evening with Hr John Sprank. June and Mervyn Rahn spen last week at Edward Fisher's, a Armstrong. Mrs, Ida Tarbell, of Waterlo spent Saturday with Mrs. William Bierstedt. The M. H. Heiters, of Weslej were Sunday guests at W. C. Hei er's. Board Proceedings Auditor's Office, July 2, 1934. Board of Supervsors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills. Moton by Bnlgeman nnd seconded by Cosgrove that the application for Class "C" permit Issued to Cecil O. Bailey be rescinded and a Class "B" permit be Issued to lie used at plac» Wm. Shirley, exp. 58.13 Clerk of District Court, exp... 0.00 Callaghan & Co., sup. 10.00 A1vln L. Weber, ret. ballots .. .51 Afred Jorgrenson, ret. ballots .50 F. W. Green, labor 1.00 Floyd G. Cohvell, return, ballots 3.10 Ole 1C. Floin. election board S.OO L. A. Holenotis, election board 4.fiO A. L, Klolnpeter, election board 4.50 1. A. Gerdes, election board .. . . , .. H. J. Sherman, election hoard of business in Seneca, Iowa. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m.—Board of Super- Hazel Gerdcs'. 'election lioard.7. visors met pursuant to adjournment Myrtle Lease, election board __ with all members present. Town of Wesley, rent Aloton by Balgeman and seconded - - - by Heiken that final estimates of W. 113. Williams on Secondary Road District Xos. 139, 27-1, 276, 285 and 293 bo approved. Ayes: All. iMotlon by Balgeman and seconded by Heiken that the salaries be fixed as follows for the remainder of th» year 19H4: C. .S. Pearson, 1st Deputy Auditor, .$97.50 per month board Leo J. Immerfall, 2nd Deputy And- Eva Towne, election "board itor $75.00 per month Irene W. Vaudt, Clerk in Auditor's office »SO.OO per month Ann M. Kunz, election board. Ffed A. Dleknmmi, election board A. TO. Glddings, election board. , _ ____ Carl Johnson, arning|ni?~booths Henry Kunz, rent ___________ LelRlilon Mlsbach, election board Vallle Trlbon, election board .. L. J. DeGraw, election board . May Herman, election board.. W. H. Freeman, election iboard Agnes' Laldley, election board. Gladys Shumway, election election 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.SO 4.60 M J. Duffy, co. Treasurer, old age pension tax Co. employes W B Williams, malnt. Brave] W B. Williams, malnt. gravel Paul Const. Co., malnt gravel A. A. Schnelderhahn Co., sup. Pink Supply Co., sup. Pratt Electric Co., sup. —--Advance Pub. Co., pub. notice. sup. . Thompson Yards Inc.,' sup. ... Kohlhoas & Spllles, sup. ----Geo. lloltzlmuer, sup. -------- BartoiuWrtrncr Co., sup. ----Sargent Machine Co.. sup. ---Concrete Materials Co., sup. Glbbs-Cook Tractor & .Equip. Austin-Western """Road Much Co., sup. ___________________ la. Machinery & Sup. Co , sup. .Fort Dodge Machine & Supply Earl Grflfith, iDeputy Treasurer 97.60 per month May (Harrington, board Otto "Falkenhalner, election board Peter Elbert, election 'board .-- . . -_ Alb. Potratz, election 'board (auto clerk) $85.00 per month Noah Ttclsncr, election board Alma Pearson, Deputy Clerk of the John Kohlwes, election board District Court $S5.00 per month Geo. J. AVinkel, election board Imelda Dooley, Deputy "Recorder Noah Relsner, ret. ballots $65.00 per month Peter Elbert, arranging booths, Casey Loss, Deputy Sheriff > etc. L $100.00 per month Simeon Lelg^7~e^ectlon~boafd H. M. Smith, County 'Engineer A. W. Steussy, election board. $245.00 per month H. J. Kohlhaas, election board Don 'Nugent, Assistant Engineer John P. Borman, election board $140.00 per month E. C. Green, election .board Geo. Palmer, janitor .$66.00 per month Jessie Carmean, election board and be it further resolved that all ex- H. \V. Nasel, election board., tra help <be hired at consent of the Geo. W. Nyman, election board Board of Supervisors and salary flx»d John Karsten, election board 31.00 38.65 112.09 562.77 li]28 SO.OO 13.00 175.49 1.64 407.40 24.39 11.18 183.62 49.75 80.05 144.SS 8.92 14.% lli.SO 731.31 .85 41.B4 S9.66 61.71 280.39 12.65 3.00 Co., s ,ip. 3.CO sieg-Fort .Dodge Co., sup. 3- 00 W G. Wilson, sup. 2.00 F 3 Norton & Son., sup, 3.00 , p cer iess OH''Co., sup. r ^ I Standard OH Co.. sup. r '- 10 Standard Oil Co.. sup. -— 5.10 Thorpe's Wood Kc Iron Works, |;10 sup 3.60 3.00 5.10 5.10 3.00 3.00 fi.30|""jjo 1 6 - 3 ',M. T. McGuIre7¥i r adU7g"Proj. 6 ' ? '° M T.\IcGu!re,~~gi r a"dln~s"pfoj. C' 30 No. 36 3 -50 M. T. McGuIre, grading Proj. .No. 18 432 ' (K) ... M. T. McGuire, grading Proj. 4 ' so I iNo. 19 226 - 80 <H2 M. T. McGuire, grading Proj. C &"fi W. R'y Co., frgt. 248.25 Paul Const. Co., Sec. IRd. ODlst. ri INo 277 -~7-r Paul Const. Co., Sec. (Rd. Dist. No. 185 VAT-. 1 " Paul const. Co., Sec. Rd. Dlst. j^ o 290 J A.' Robe~rts7~new bridge ~ McGuire, grading Proj. 476.25 77.40 1047.60 755.10 at $2.50 per day. Ayes: All. Jake Keller, election 'board Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by C. M. Baker, election board McDonald that contractor's bond of Mrs. A. H. Fuchs, election Paul Construction Company for $11,- ' board 615.52 be approved. Ayes: All. P. A. Lonergan, election board Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by A. A. iFangman, election .board McDonald that cigarette bond for L. j;. Kockler, election board. 4.80 4.80 4.80 3.00 4.50 4.80 4.80' 6.80 3.00 3.00 j^0. 20 M. T. McGuIre, grading Proj. No. 21 M. T. MdGulrc, grading Proj. 22 John Kohlwos." checking gravel Milton MdFadden, rodman 332.10 28.53 78.00 Don "T. "Nugent, asst. engr. ... 140.00 Geo. Looft, -labor ««•«> Hugo Gade. labor ™ m :U E. Doyle, labor Frank Grandgenett ibe Ayes: All. approved. MoKInnon Post, room rent .. .Thomas Bosma, bty. •Motion by 'Heiken and seconded by Cecil-Plcht, bty. -I.IIIII" Cosgrove that quarterly reports of E. Ivan icushing, bty. J. Butler, County Auditor, J. J. Doo- Alvin (Boettcher, bty. ley, County 'Recorder, Carl Oahlhau- Glenn Larsen, bty. ser, 'Sheriff of Kossuth county, and Elvln Swanson, bty. E. J. McEvoy, Clerk of the 'District Gail Olthoff, bty. Court be approved. Ayes: All. — 6.00 .25 2.05 1.70 1.65 .60 2.10 1.70 Norton Machine "Works," sup'II 3.85 •Motion by Cosgrove and seconded Richardson 'Furniture Co., re~ by McDonald that a refund of $3.00 be ' pairs 2.14 given Vlnce Govern Portland town- Nelson Hardware, sup. _ 9.04 ship, because of having paid poll tax H. E. McMurray, labor ."III 109.00 3 '°° Lloyd H. Centner, labor iWil'liam iBlusch, labor M. 'Esser, labor Wm. Hedrick, .labor _ Chris P. Nielsen, labor Chas. Hanson, labor Herbert Adams, labor Oscar Earing, labor John E. Murray, gravel land— D. W. Bates, Rec., acre of dirt for rd. const. F. C. Kelster, gravel Mrs. Mary Little, gravel twice In 1933. Ayes: All. Alex Nielsen, labor IIIII" 1G.G5 Motion toy Balgeman and seconded Lalng & Muckey, labor " 1.S6 by Cosgrove that final estimates of John N. Kenefick, med. care Paul -Construction Company on Sec- ' (prisoners) ________ _ 7.00 ondary Road 'District No. 277 and No. R- F. Donovan, ins. 6.00 290 toe approved. Ayes: All. Alex Radlg, brd. of health mtg. 3.00 Motion by McDonald and seconded Mike Wagner, posting quaran- by Cosgrove that semi-annual report ' tine ------------------ __ l.i» of M. J. Duffy, county Treasurer, for," rm - W. Sturdivant, pub, no- period ending (May 31, 1934, toe ap- I tjces ____ , _____________ 7.49 proved, and County Auditor instruct- ' ijU Verne -News, pub. notices 3.00 ed to publish report as provided by Le e O. AVolfe, pub. notices " 3.00 law. Ayes: All. , . . jWhlttemore Champion, sup. 49.71 . , . Motion toy McDonald and seconded Bancroft Register, pub. proc., -by Balgeman that Heiken be appoint- ' eto - ----------------- 149.82 ed as committee to make the neces- Advance Pub. Co., pb. proceed. sary repairs on Dr. 4, 31, 60, So. Ayes: etc - --_„_ ___________ 145.01 All. Fenton IRIeporterT p'ub."""notice Motion by Heiken and seconded by and sup. 71.01 McDonald that Morris be appointed as United Chemical Co., sup. committee to make necessary repairs on Dr. 4. Ayes: All. Cleaners, repair flag Pratt Electric Co., sup. .IIIII 'Motion by Heiken and seconded by Koch Brothers, sup. Ba'lgeman that Board of Supervisors Crescent Printing Co., sup. discontinue the office of the County Bo °ne IBlank Book Co., sup. ~ Worker All. at the present time. ., Ayes- Pacific Carbon & Ribbon sup. Co~i . ________________ On motion Board proceeded to audit Lor ingiFarmer Co., "sup? and allow 'bills as per "Schedule of Perl{ lns Bros. Co., sup. " " ------- ~ ' " ---- Claims" hereinafter written: Dr. SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS DIB1AINAGE FUND Frankel Carbon '& RibborfCo" i sup. (Remington Rand Inc""sup7 i Burroughs Adding Mach. Co" Dr. 16- Arnold Klatt, labor . Lon s aughter Neva ' and 0^™' R °f I ?° rner and Oscena, who have been Jim visiting HjT~« TT . w\*v.u viniuilg Mrs. Homer's parents, the William Fishers, returned to their honie in Watseka, 111., Saturday. Another daughter, Mary Ann, remained here The Andrew Thomsen and Victor Rogers families were Friday guests at Jay Godden's honoring their son Oerald s birthday. The Roy God dens, Fairmont, Minn., were Sun day guests at Jay Godden's. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, Ev elyn, and Mrs. Arthur Bierstedt Burt, drove to the Okobojis las week Wednesday. Leona, who ha been, on a 10-day outing there re turned with them. Mr*. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. „„.«, Snellito and daughter Norma Ames, and Mrs. Angus Cotton and two children, of Chicago Heights enjoyed a picnic at Silver Lake Saturday. Those from here attending the annual Hoosier picnic at Tom The St. Paul's Aid met in th Lutheran school basement las Thursday, and committees wer named: sewing, Mesdames Henr Kuecker, Margaret Heller, Fre Heinrich; to visit the sick, Mes dames William Koehnecke, Ai nold Gade, Henry Wichtendah John Meine; membership, Mes dames C. C. Baas, Reinhard Behn ke, Herman Vaudt; entertaininen Mesdames Edwin Wichtendahl an Clem Hogan; flowers at th church. Ada Bell and Mrs. Her man Maahs. On the serving comm ttee for next moth are Mesdame William Dau, W. H. Discher, Ar nold Gade, Herman Gade, Loui Greinert, and Otto Hahn. Jun Trenary's, Burt, Sunday were the Otis Sanders, the Frank Plaigs Wehrspann and Dorothy Heiden selections on the piano; Mrs. Fran Jergens gave a reading; and Jun Wehspann and Dorothy Heiden with sang. Eugene Schwanke and Clarenc Crangle, Cedar Falls, hitchhike* here last week Wednesday to visi the former's grandfather, Car Voight, and other relatives. Thev went back Friday. P. L. Jessen, Lutheran teache: here, had an operation at the Me Creery hospital last week Tuesday for removal of tumor on the neck Meta Gade, U. N., cared for him a uis home. The Louis Braatzes and Mrs Krueger visited the Martin Meyers S^f'^l «'. ^st week/Mr vacation from son r . f r. f T nT Dahlha users are here from Tall ulah, La., and it is reported that they will stay. Mr and Mrs. Frank Kollasch Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell's Patrick suffered a broken wrist in play last Thursday night. The Walter Bells, Guckeen, inn., were here last week Wed- nesuay, £« rl £.&°» r - recen ^ "ought a new Hudson at Des Moines. Chas. Glaus, labor Dr. 27- 'Ray A. Marquis, repairs „„„ Jack Welch, repairs e.OO Ray A.^ Marquis, repairs 24.00 25.30 .35 2.29 1.17 C9.59 3.75 3.50 6.12 .81 1.50 1.61 1.02 172.75 6.00 6.00 6.00 WtWV ,_ _ _. " -.',, ~ "•••Qt ______ U.OO 21.20 M - J - Duffy, exp. 34914 8.00 "• A. Evans, coroner's fee 11.00 2.80 ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND 4.96 Eugene Myers, labor 1080 900 C. & N. W. Ry. Co., ffgt"""" 9.49 ».w r-ity of Algona,, light serv. 4.88 y T Davison, labor LlIII 8^20 | 3.00 «.,,,u^_ 4.00 Jack Welch, repairs $ 3.00 Kllpto Loose Leaf cor,"supT Ray A. Marquis, repairs _ 4.00 Geo ' B - ILudwig, trustee mtg. Dr. 4— John Arndorfer, trustee mtg. IBud Hanson, repairs 600 Isadora Mayer, trustee mtg David Blomster, repairs 600 Geo - Clnk, trustee mtg. " Nels iBartelson, repairs .~~~~ "" " ~ "" E. G. Stenstrom, repairs"" Jake Keller, repairs Northern Lumber Co.,~sup7 Dr. 7— Albert Young, repairs Dick Baade, ' Maurice H. 78.00 23.40 nO.fiO 103.00 107.70 24.00 32.20 43.00 36.00 112.50 101.50 50.00 SS.12 387.11 John Cucas & Co., sup. 143.50 American Lltho. & Printing- Co., sup. 4.44 Advance Pub. Co., sup. 19.(9 Barton-tWarner Co., sup. 545.70 Wilson Concrete Co., sup. 241.36 Wheeler (Lumber Bridge Co., sup. 1092.15 "COURT FUND K. J. Klttleman, reporter 85.10 J. H. Sheridan, J. P. fees 4.00 Jake Keller, constable 14.02 Peter W. Dahlhauser, bailiff . 18.00 P. A. iDanson, J. P.' fee .. _ 8.00 Canl Dahlhauser, sheriff 4.80 H. B. White, J. P. fee . .. 11.00 F. W. Green, marshal 2.25 Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff ._ 1.65 LIBRARY FUND Holly School Suplpy Co., books 2.00 TNSANE FUND la. State Psychopathic Hospital Transp., etc. 30.49 T. B. ERADICATION FUND Ralph H. Brown, cattle In- demn. 4C.05 POOR FIUND SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 1 Dr. P. E. Walley, med. aid; clmd. $-14; allowed 34.00 Laurence Ternes __ " $15.1)0 C. E. Peterson 19.00 G. F. MtfBurney, med. aid Si mon IMosman fam. 22.75 Lutheran Hospital, hosp. care Mrs. Cordelia (Nielson 85.40 Karl Krebs, rent Fred Schneider 18.00 A. L. Towne, prov Simon Mosl- man i_ _ 15.16 <B. K. Klnseth & Son, prov. Simon Moslman _____ _ 15.53 Zumach's Sanitary MarketT, prov. E. 9auger 4S.OO SUPERVISOR DIST."NO7 2 Frank Spelcher, transp. Blanche Slagle, rent "s'andy Stebritz _________ Mrs. Wilbur St. John, "care 300 g 00 Lettlo Matson, rent F. S. Norton & Son *Jlm Godden •Dan Harris ... A. H. Borchardt, s Percy Kuhn ----Jim Stacy ------Eugene Beenken Joe Prosperle W. E. Naudaln, fuel ,_-C, K. Johnson .— 5.85 *Jim Jones - »•*> *Henry Neuman J3.00 Kohlhaas &. 'Spllles, er house — C. -8. Johnson, pro\. ...... Amy Johnson If™ Mrs. Klein »•«> C. K. Johnson J".°0 • Prank Dnvlne <•£> *0eo. Dunn J.so • Harvey Johnson 2.60 *D. D. Hentges _. Mrs. Clara Neitzel, paint for McMunay house _ Mrs. 'Robert Moore, er family Star" Indlcates'irovlsions and rent In exchange for lalor. Long's Grocery, ptov. 17.00 • Art Colllnson fa:n. Lewis Elke Thos. Akre, prov. • Wm. Vnnderwerl 2.16 •John Stelnman 3. to •Hugo Johnson 6.50 H. R. Sorensen & C o., prov. ._ 162.39 •Wm. Baker 4.00 T. M. Bllsborough 10.00 •Mervjn Cronln 4.25 • Lyle DIxon 4.50 •Archie Dodds 9.50 R. J. Dutton 2.00 M. C. Frandsen 7.50 • •Jim Goddcn 2.1.0 *Pr.ank Hansen ._ 2.00 D. Hasz 5.00 *H. Helmers 1.50 •J. Helmers 8.00 Matt Hentges 1.48 •E. Holtcamp 6.50 •Wllford Johnson 3.00 •Jim Jones 1.00 •Roy 'Iiarson 2.00 *Wm. McMahon 2.50 Moe & SJogren, pnv. 32.75 F. M. Stoner John Fox _ • Wm. Baker Sr. . • Frank Hansen . •Ben Olson • Gordon Platt ... •Sandy Stebrltz . •Albert Olson ... •Frank Hoag _. *S. R. Durant ... Jessie 'Stevens, pro *D. L. Harris • Del. Fosnaugh . • Robt. iBtowman . •Wm. Harris THURSDAY Max MeB- fuel 4.60 :niii j.oo .tp. _„ .. 1.13 1.02 """.. >1" "" _ 3.1(5 sup. Ston- 10.00 16.00 5.50 6.08 22.10 .92 62,60 B.OO liaper nnd care fiton- B.99 4.00 5.01) 12.50 31.41 .52 3.73 7.50 2. BO 2.00 1.00 2.50 B.i>0 2.50 7.50 7.22 6.99 .50 3.75 *P. G. Hauensteln 6.00 R. A. Clark, prov.l *>Wilford Johnson 1 BiOO Edna Nelson j 4.50 *Glen Strayer 4.00 *D. L. Harris _. 2.25 *John Helmers 1.50 fTrank Smith _. ~~ 2.50 *Glen Haln ] 5.00 *Robt. Bowman 9.90 *E. K Jones . 5.00 23.46 83.40 F. M. Stoner Aug. Rosenau *Joe Platt Lewis Olson *Matt Hontges *'C. H. Reilly ..; *Jim Jones *J. M. Phillips *Wm. Winter *Ben Olson *Sid Rosenstell *Dan Taylor W. T. Pilcher.'prSv"!".. ' 14.37 •Mrs. H. Grahairf *Hugo Johnson .63 _ 1.00 2 80 Mrs. H. Cook"!"! z'ei Mrs. C. K. Johnsin""" 6.30 Loren Brown, pro •' Joe Platt ; Mrs. F. Klein Mrs. Verne IRutlEdge" F. M. Stoner I Lewis Olson John Moulds, ferTt" J \r V Yi s P era «'. rebairs Clara Neitzel J. iL. Malloy, repiJrV Harris Elbert Garage, "fui Klein Conoco OIl"*fueTllarvev"Gra- IT n Yv* • •* ham 1.00 2.88 clothing Herb Adams, labor _ 100 Paul Simmons, labor I"""" Ilia „ ... Lafe Simmons, labor , 11111 29.2S .- . labor .66.70 ---- labor *»tfcj ii., i.xciiuuia, rcp&irid V 4 U(J T TT ^r *'" ' — — ——— — .._. l.o' Jack Welch, repairs Is'flO £,„?• M°ntBomery patrol 78 M Dr. 39— Clyde Sanders, patrol _ 65.0C Henry iFischer, labor 1 60 w' ke ? ae S P , atro1 - 65 ' OC Rude 'Fischer, labor 120 57"^ L - Barker i Patrol 65.25 Dr. 60- '•" fd Baker, patrol 63.2= Bud Hanson, labor 4ono JS ' S ' Nelson ' Patrol 75.30 E. iG. Stenstrom repairs" 6900 ? lm e^Bwing. patrol ,91.25 Northern Lumber Co sun" T'SS *i e T ry £ eelanci . labor & Dr. 67— '' - Allen Carr, labor 51*.-« Laurence Clnk, labor 3 90 irm' T Q u ' nn - PatroT~I";i""; m'.V Chas. Emanuel, labor 4 K ^ 1U ¥%?*'• patr ° l 76 ' 60 Dr. 89— *•" Jay Godden. patrol 76 G5 Jack Welch, repairs 11 m Chester Alme, patrol .1.1 7U4< D Ray^_A. Marquis, rpalS-™: ^00 »r ^unVWol"::::"" K D?: gL: 0ve ™>-. ^r. B.CO %*?£S£&™% iA i «-jg Jack Welch, repairs 10 m x?i 6 He'de'-scheidt, patrol 76.00 Ray A. MarVlsVrepaTrl IRM oV 0n ° ?,ehrends, patrol 39.50 Dr. 86— «oj""«a J.D.W ciem Goodman, patrol 79.45 Me/Donald, patrol 9101 Dr. 90— -«--"«. o.a Fred J. Coon, patrol 76'e< 'John Hanselman,^patrol ~ 125.31 " ~78.20 72.00 -v Ge °A Onken , repairs ... 5.35 }r. 9v™- """"* Theo Dorenbush, repairs 666» -ar T=. f, •--:-—^ !Dick Baade, repairs — ™'%i ^,\ F ' Gronbaoh, patrol Ed Meyers, repairs T,'S> W ," 1 L an \,°' Lu dwlg, patrol . Albert Young, repairs" 15 m ? dmF ^ h , sen ' ? atfo1 '»•"" Bounce Hanson, Repairs":: ^ SV^^trbl &g ^ A^rte'r^bSr" ^'^§^^^ : ^. ^ ir nc_ >««.uui —_____ i.w Ben Nolle, labor »•> «" Gall Beard labor 17 M Eugene Meyers, labor 55.31 Abe A. Carte.. inh n - ii'T: A. M. Gustafson, drag. i!>m 43.60 Peter N. Thllges, drag. Gregory Elbert, drag. Abe A. Carter, labor" Dr 1 132_-' Concrete Co " su"p""Ii; John Ormsby, labor IGuy Ash, labor Dr. — 12-00 3 75 ---drag, ........ Henry Fischer, labor Chas. Glaus, labor Arnold Klatt, labor Rude iFlsher, labor _I™ Dr. 134— _________ J. 'F. Overmyer, Dr. 135- Dr. B.OO John'Kohhveg"'drag 6 ' 175! Joseph /Loebach, drag. s'io 4.80 Loula Hackbarth, drag. J 2.40 iRlch. Potratz, drag in' ,Sx ^ ore n iByers, drag. i?'« 3.60 Carl Zumaeh, drag. 19^ I John Simmons, drag? ii'S 3.9o August F. Melz, drag. " o'Si 5.54 £0!6! Dr. 157- --«--"-• 13.80 Willie Sohn, -' ' - rermlra o ™ Joe ME lepairs goo Raymond E. iPeterson""drag""" Oeo^nken, repairs 8 . 75 ^^^^ a ™ 8 _"--~Dr. 166— John Ormsby, labor Guy Ash, labor . - . . Wlttkopf. drag. John Ormsby, labor 3 81 PI) 72 ' TO . Charles Glaus, labor Dick Heran Harm , --"-- -R election — JUdge of - A ^^ Stelnman, labor 6.10 Otto Ohm. labor III"." ^keWagnePrjud'gYorSreVtloH H. W. Balgeman, judge of election Jarcus -~angerniah",~bty7"~"~ lelen iBteoker, salary Wtary K. Sands, salary""";" 21.00 32.75 2.00 59.50 63.00 28.75 1.25 63.50 12.50 „ „ _ _, . (Fischer, labor 6.10 Rude Fischer, labor 2.15 Dick Baade, labor 32-50 Herman Soderberg. ISbor T 1 ? Oft Arnrtlrt Tt_-vir\n*<i4n_-.» -T . ——--__, slon ^J^y ob "°"aT (1 "" c " 0 "mS~a"nd W. session . 10.40 7.60 11.20 16.45 51.00 10.47 6.25 2.30 3.50 f. B Whlte7"dei!"tax"coTfector Maurice C. Mollahon, office 161.73 Northern Lumber Co aim 98.80 Royal Lumber Co. sup — IXT^' Gf 8 -, 86 ' SU P' -_--I":"" ossuth Co. Farm ,-n.. ... roin, sup. 5/2 | Matt Murtha, sup.":::;;;;; ::; 20:08 n, sup. ____ .87 1.27 Guy Mantor, rent Delbert Fosnough 5"oo (Harvey Graham _ 600 Mrs. Rutledge B 00 Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyei-7" med. aid Rob Dutton §~oo Mrs. Hllz. Keepher i 00 Mra. J. Schmidt 300 Myrtle St. John _ 3050 R. A. Evans, med. care" Mrs. Wm. Kuhn _ ""350 Annetta Schimmel l 00 Geo. Hunt _. l 00 Dan Harris 200 Chas. Hanson II" 1^50 Mrs. Umberhauer 5260 •Mrs. Henry Cook" i'oo Chas. Gunder i 00 J. N. Kenefick, med7~a!d G. Brayton ~K~/M Mrs. Van Dorston 300 (David Hasz j'25 John Isaacso'n""""""" is'oo Madelene Donnelly, med7 care Velma Hedrick, clmd. $110- allowed ett ... sup. 2.95 3.00 Chas. 43 5( G3.K exp. Joseph's ... Mercy HospltaH 36.25 37.5C 3S.OC med care Velma Hedrick ... 32.6C . >\ . 'Liiisby, sun JD ft ....... 4RM 13.50 M. Stoner Harvey Graham" M. Franzen 10 07 Aug. Rosenau g'j^ Nelson^' MaSnUSS "°" n77ent ^ P. V. Janse,"m"ed7"aTd"" David Hasz John Johnson Alfred Harris Mrs. T. Kline Helen Benson Orville Reed Chas. Johnson (Walter Stevens Orville Dixson Lewis Olson Clara Neltzef Lyle Johnson \alter Fraser, med"aid" Mrs. R. Steinman ~ROO Neva Palmer 46.04 119.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 15.00 17.00 C. 12.00 Cut Rate Grocery7".prov- ...... '" *'Chas. Gunde? *Joe Platt ............. *Matt HenteeS ......... *Everett Padgett ....... nk Devme ..!!!— Murray . ..... """ *MIIo Durant Farm Ernest Burch .......... *Jim Jones •- Hendej D" ....... *• M. Stoner *Wm. Winter ---------* Vallle 2.50 7.50 ^•::::nii 18 1.00 5.00 1.60 2.00 1.00 2.50 _!GO 5.00 50.88 Adelbert M«. Oliver BSi-r-. as 10 - 00 caay;-r"£f o.' jTStSpKE 1.50 .50 *Lyle Dixon *Wm. Winter Kender '& Caldvve Lewis Olson Brownell Shoe Co7,' *Mrs. Evert Padg *«ugo Johnson •Howard Strayer, " Gunder Walt Steven7"prov" *E. (P. Jones *D. L. Harris SUPHBVISOF Dr. IF. L. Adams, iWm. .Hutchinson P. V. Janse, med. Simons Dr. C. H. "Cretznfeyer""""me_C care Mrs. Wm. Hedrick Leo (Hanlg, rent G&t. Hanig Mary Fasbender Ciroc prov" Geo. Steil 1 W. H. ,Stott, provr""Mrsr"Gus 'Rlchter SUPERVISOR" S. W. Meyer, med. 7.00 8.00 2.CO 5.00 , _ 2.EK) 2.CO 2.50 2.50 4.60 5.00 1.00 .75 11.07 2.94 1.6S 4.56 .- 1.89 Jrvllle Reed 2.50 D. L. 6.GO 1.00 2.31 — 1 W) Joe Misbach7"cToUi|ing'""""I 3.SS 1 Mrs. F. JULY 19, Claims" herenlbefora written as per voto on each Individual bill. Ayes: All. , Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgemah that County Treasurer be Instructed to transfer $10,000 from County Poor Fund to Bovine T. l!3i fund . from Poor o • r,, P .„ '"icnt '! fu,"f Vl >»: .A "' lo" Semi-Annual R ep0l : J. Dufty, Treasurer of Kossuth c'nnmv t XT*** (, .ry 1, 1934, to May 31, 1934 Inclusive. " '""'"• f "r UK, January 1, 1934, to May 31, 1934 Incitisivil' STAT.GMENT OP ACCOUNTS Bal, Jan. . . . 1. 103-1 General State Revenue $ 2-1,027.77 Soldiers IBonus 6,2S8.8J Old Age Pension General County 48,768.78 Court Expense &07.92 Poor 6,221.7,1 State- Insane 2,fH9.41 Secondary iRoad Construction 00,811,»S Secondary >R'oad aMIntenance 10S.4KI.o-l County Bridge 27.20 County Cash 'Road 222.32 County School 1,578.45 Soldiers' Relief 8,459.57 Bridge 'Bond 4,03-1.09 Co. Cash iROftfl Bond 12,972.98 Diverted Interest School Districts Library 550.51 Motor Vehicle 35,506.38 Principal of School 2.KI Cemetery R28.49 Temporary School 4,896.24 Teachers Institute 202.52 Bovine T. IB. 5,4-1-1.26 •Domestic Animal 1,551.83 County (Pair Grounds 556.64 City Special Assessments 317.1R Corporation Funds 7,266.47 School District Funds 86,475.90 Drainage—Credits 125,039.13 *Overdrafts „ 1,893.03 Primary Road Bond Redemp. 172.50 Special Assessment iRefunds_ 109.87 Secondary Road Redempt. 167.5S Secondary Road Assessments 11,463.03 Prl-Secondary Road iRIedempt. .82 Total Balances 558,579.65 Overdrafts *1,893.05 6,07.). li) Ifl.lUlul •MT'J.Ts 2.3B.I4 2.7.W.IM l.OTilH ,. 41,H35.,Ti 557, 0.17. W 2.sr> 5,927.07 MMI3.50 B.52 Overdrafts shown bv * 1.3*1,532.07 EiBCEIPTS ANiD DlSBURSEMKXTS RECEIPTS On hand January 1, 1934 Prom Current Taxes, 1933 From Delinquent Taxes, 1932, and prior" j-ears"" • Penalty, Interest and Costs ' Drainage Taxes ! City Special Assessments (Paving, Se«Te"r"ptrV" • Highway Receipts ' ' Gasoline Tax Diverted Interest - Motor Carrier ~ - Prl. iRoad Bond Redempt. from State Dog Licenses _ Principal of School Fund !." Interest of School Fund ! State Appropriation for Teachers Instftife Beer Permits _ Sale of Automobile Numbers and License Sale of Bonds (Primary Roart» Refunding) Fines and [Forfeitures from Clerk Fines and 'Forfeitures from other Officers Care of Patients In State Institutions Sale of Produce at County Home Sale of School Books Fees from County Auditor " Fees from County Treasurer Fees from County Recorder Fees from Clerk of District Court Fees from Sheriff _ "" Miscellaneous Receipts _. Automobile Fees Other Transfers !!!!!! Total Receipts _. . _ , . DISBURSEMENTS State Treasurer's Receipts County Auditor's Warrants • Drainage Warrants, Bonds, andTlnterest" County Bonds Redeemed ._ Interest on County Bonds Primary Road Bonds Redeemed Interest on Primary iRload Bonds Secondary CRoad Certificates Redeemed Interest on Secondary Road Certificates O«Jers on County Treasurer by Mayors of"cmf7n"~iriurT~uwfir" of School Dlst. of State's _.. ..„„„,.„ ^,^ u ,,-, cs Balance on hand May ~3i7~f934~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Total Disbursements 4.00 2.0C DIST. NO. 3 med. aid fam. care Mary med. Meyer, clmd. ,. C. H. Cretzmeyerl Mrs. Alfred Wol „, J. G. Clapsaddle, tied."care""" Mrs. Fred Swan 5000 _Lazrenz fam. TIIII" 77^25 86.0C 6.00 4.0C 10.0C 3.08 care Henry 4 not allowed care 50.00 Augusta Beltz,"5£?e"Da"m Hoods CaVh'stofe M. Doos ' prov. Mrs. 20.25 14.0C 11.66 O. W." Carmean7"sTp7 J'| John Schneider Sr "" M. Nemz Mrs. Caylor Mrs. L. Conway" Mabel Doss " Amos Bergman""" , SUPERVISOR; 4.95 1.85 2.70 7.25 10.41 4.00 NO Mrs Sdlney Krosci Rippentrop C. H. Cretzmeyer"" Delores Jaskulke • W. Lundqulst; Mrs. Wm. Norrls -, c - Prov > rent (Ben "med"""cafe med. care care Noel care"*Noel Mrs. Jprgenson~"T -3 6.00 .—1 84.04 -4 10.02 Sup. for E. Gutkncht,lu-p7 GENERAL POOR J- Kline, labor •>J?'x B ° roh ardt, ai P : w & Sjogren, sur W. Fox, suj COUNTY 'hos. Akre.'sun" Roy Sherman, sup" ra s ha {? co " ««P- I'S FARM 12.00 11.00 21.00 12.00 1.00 43.00 15.00 20.00 8.25 00.34 30.19 84.00 £8.29 1.00 2.SO $.68 .84 8.00 imp. _!"!! 4.5» 4.00 2.04 6.60 34.60 8.68 7.75 .75 Treasurer of Kossutli County, Iowa, do hcrebfc .--. ---en above Is a correct summary of the business! by me as said Treasurer during the period therein specified! i i M. | jjijj M. J. DU County Tre We Specialize in AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Our Automobile Insurance Protects You in Case You Get Hurt 1 ' A Modern Automobile Travel Service. Very reasonable rates. Complete protection. | Dwelling, and Household Goods Insurance Long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds. Bonds written at our Algona office. ,... Our Policy Writing Connections and Company Contracts PemBJ Us to Write Your Insurance and Bonds at the Very Low)] Bates Consistent With Reliable Service, Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans—Heal Estate—Kentals—Investments. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 C. E.IaB«Bl| Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa! COALfol An Open Letter to Iowa's Public Officia T HE Iowa Coal Inititate Invitee a renewed alleflance to the Coal Industry of our State, from all of Iowa'* Public Officials upon whom the purchaae of coal for all of Iowa's tax supported Institutions depends. All of you are faced with two •Treat responsibilities . . . the economical operation of our tax- supported institutions ... and *e providing of f ainf ul employment for Iowa labor. In the purchase of low* Coal you are effecting, in the vast ma- fator °f ««ei, » savings of 20 lo 50% over expensive foreign «wl». Certainly Out is an economy not to be overlooked in these limes of heavy tax 1 Many new Iowa coal pul tracts are being let ll* »*| Why not join in the ; and give the tax dollar I eat spread? As,to the n>"" erof /^'L, ...every three tons ono*'"* consumed represents » «M work for an Iowa miner.. -"! | head of an Iowa f As a loyal lowan .. your public trust IOWA COAL. As i neighbor, ever mindful welfare of Iowa . and needed Iowa labor. HUCH W. LUNDY, Sec«Ury Albla, Iowa

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