Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE SIX L R, SENIORS TO GIVE PLAY TWO EVENINGS Lone Rock, Apr. 19—The senior play, TTWO Days to Marry, will be presented Thursday and Friday nights at 8 at the school auditorium. The cast includes Jes.se Blanchard, Dussell Jensen, Clarence Kraft, Marjorie Pettit. Marian and Marjorie Jensen, and William Knoll. The plot grows out of a father's will by which Jamas Dare (Russell Jensen) n happy-go- lucky man.of the world, is to come into possession nf a fortune on his Ralph Longs, Thompson i, the James Mrs. Anna Humboldt, and the Donald ate Easter ard Long's. The Honas Osher turned to their hcme at Newbrough, of latter's son iinner at Rich- family have re- Duck, Minn., after with Jensen's and Oraettlnger. Florence Househblder, was a week-end vis Blanchard's, stone, Swea Krueger'B. The C. E. and City, KOSSUTtt COUNTT ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA visits at Black E. M. relatives at itor at Beulah •as at Lftkota, Harlan Glad- A. A. Sigsbces, Burt, with j Mrs. Kate Dittmer, Algona, and her daughter Josephine were at Raymond Bierstedt's S inday. Elma Krueger accompanied the A. H. Hannas to Fairmont last week Thursday to visit the Harvev Higleys. ; uii ins Mr ' and Mrs ' Maurice Bilsbor- 28th birthday anniversary ~provid- ious1 '' Titonka - w erd here Sunday, ed he is married by then This ! vus "- ors at tne M. i 0. Richards clause in the will had been me ' This looked and is discovered only two days before the anniversary. Comical situations follow. The play is under direction of Leona Schulz. The John Geitzenauers and Mr. and Mr.s. Edw. George. Armstrong, were at Delbert Geitlzenauer's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lebiuel Marlow were at Spirit Lake 1 for the weekend with the Charles Hawks family. The James Dawsohs, of Council Bluffs, spent Thursday night at Easter Observed nt Church— A sunrise service was held Sunday morning at the local church, and later the following program was given: prelude, processional,, . ---„--„ — doxology, invocation, Gloria Patrl, i the Rev - Thos. D. Abends home, hymn, responsive reading, hymnj The v - v - Fryes srjent Sunday at scripture, pastoral prayer, re- ! Mrfi ' Fl Te's sister MJ-s. Paul Blon- Bponse by choir, anthem by choir- i dii ' s . near Pocahontas. announcements, offering; duet',' '"'" "' Easter Morn, Shirley Marlow and Marian Jensen; baptism and reception of rnemibers; sermon, The NSght, and Then the Morning; hymn, benediction, postlude. Six- new members were taken into the church, and five persons were bap- 4. The seating capacity thereof according to its trade rating. 5. The age, name, and residence of the person to ibe in the immediate charge thereof as driver and a statement showing that such driver has attained the age of at least eighteen full years, and If more than one person Is to •be in the immediate charge of such jitney or motor bus, then there must be given the name, age, and residence of each of said persons and a statement showing that each of said persons has attained the age of eighteen full years. 6. The qualifications and experience of the person who is to be the driver of such jitney or motor bus, and if more than one person is to drive the same, then a statement of qualification of each of said persons. 7. The name of the owner or owners of the bus or busses proposed to be operated. Section Seven. If a license be granted by the City Council it •u L 1 ? 6 ! s , sued to the applicant by the City Clerk and shall be in full force and effect for one year from the date of issuance. Section Eight. No license grant- ed hereunder shall be assignable or transferable. Section Nine. Each applicant for a license on filing application shall pay to the City Clerk an annual license fee of Ten Dollars ($10.00) for each so called jitney bus or motor vehicle for which he desires a license. Said license fee to be refunded to the applicant in case no license Is issued. Sevtion Ten. That Ordinance No. 56 of the City of Algona, Iowa, , be and the game is hereby pealed. Section Eleven, lating or failing re- Any person vlo- to comply with any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not Ceding One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), or be Imprisoned for a term not exceeding thirty days. Section Twelve. This ordinance deemed of immediate importance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publication as required "by law. Passed April 18, 1938. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. Attest : ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. or. J. Duffy, Co. Treas., adv. frgt. and bty 48.23 National Keemployment Service, office exp 74.81 Advance Publishing Co., print- Ing 194.47 Clerk of District Court, office expense 7.45 C. H. Ostwlnkle, del. tax. coll 96.11 Casey Loss, Sher., bd. and lodge prls 53S.60 Wm. Shirley, travel exp 44.70 J. J. Dooley, office exp 4.17 L. A. Wlnkel, office exp 62.06 Bancroft Register, printing.. 78.76 Haggard & Waller, printing.. 14B.80 H. A. Phillips School Serv. supplies 15.59 Omaha School Supply, Co., supplies 13.13 A. H. Borchardt, sup 3.22 Wesley News-World, printing 2.81 Jenklns-Fergemann Co.. supplies Zlon Office Supply, supplies Bert Deal, labor .„....... City of Algona, labor Pratt Paper Co., supplies United Chemical Co., supplies Foster Furniture Store, supplies K. D. James, supplies Dr. P. V. Janse. med Dennis Max Murray, bty Bobby Beemer, bty Konald Heetland, bty George Scmldt, Jr., bty Edward Hynes, bty. .. P. A Danson, j. p. fees H. A. Van Alstyne, marsh. The Clarence Anllersons, Arm- I strong, were calling on relatives here Friday. Doan tised. at evening, and the Drey-! and Mr.s. Radig, and the I I An extra-large crowd attended j Easter services at Doan Sunday. ! There were several baptisms, and r some 25 children and adults were j admitted as members. j The James Asas, Waterloo, are at the L. A. Bolenetls home at present. The Asas and the Frank Asas, Irvington, were Sunday dinner guests at Bryan Asa's. Mr. and Mr.s. Archie Struthers, Sulphur Springs, attended church .services at Doan Sunday and visited various relatives. • Barbara Jean Hott returaed to Waterloo Sunday, after the week- Donald Rad- i end with her parents, Mr and Mrs ' ' ~ 0. E. Hott. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Venteieh- er, daughter Laurel Jean, Mary Ann Venteicher, Harold Knecht, Doris and Gladys Paetz, and Cyril Venteioher drove to Staoyville Sunday dinne/gues'ts'''^ Mr and v Untda . y . for E°* ter with the A. B. ._ „ -U .. feuw 01 Mr. and \enteichers, formerly of this locality- Mrs. Irene Gilmore, of Algona, and her cousin Mrs. Ethel "(McWhorter) Davis, Chicago, visited Mr.s. Ruth Sparks last week Tuesday afternoon. A fine rain fell hero Saturday, and the fanners think it was most beneficial to crops. The sowing of small grain was completed last week, and a good many persons hero made gardens. L. E. Krantz drove to Waterloo Sunday dinner guests at A D Nowbrough's were Mrs. Arthur Reynolds, daughters Xancy and Imogene, Mr. and Mrs Pe'terson son Mervin, and W. J. Reynolds,' all of Humboldt. The Ed-ward Blancnards, Irvington, the Delmar Angus family. Burt, the Lawrence Newbroughs. and Clifford Garrison were at M. E. Blanchard's. The Henry Schroeders spent Sunday afternoon at F. F. Schroeder«, Fenton. The William Zu- machs and the Martin Drovers, of Lotts t rook, \vei-f ig's Friday ers, Mr. William Boettchers were Sunday evening guests at Jolm Schallin's, Lotts Creek. • Board Proceedings 9.18 17.01 6.42 2.50 13.77 21.90 61.20 1.02 3.50 .30 .40 .50 .36 1.00 6.50 1.70 .60 .60 87.10 19.20 1 9D.-IO 88.6B Ol.iO 92.06 83.65 100.40 Inspectors render- County Bee Hoard of Supervisors to udjourniiient with present. Motion by Cosgrove nnd swondi- by I-raser that sealed bids tin .-oni-rei P PC, metal pipe, and lumber be use, used in"?-ountv"for "'"!<: ! u "">cr to be read. Ayes "AM. ° r ! '" S Motion by Morris nnd seconded In nvnrYT ""? W1 "-' vlcr ^ui.fbe, Co . h Ayes- All' 0 ' '"'' °'" hl """- ir for t!);!b l r- nml soroiided b> that Concrete Products ft, f'r"'ooo"ff low "' "° ««-«r.lLMl ™" tn,rl I ccmcnt ""verts. Ayes: All, )J *''i'Her and seconded l,v Wlilttemore C h p m- Mol ,, ii n , Ilelken that the H. F. Haivr'otts nre Hosts- -Mrs. n. F. Hawcott were the William Raths, "Grandma" Johnson, Q n l VIr : 1 ancl Mrs - Martin Jensen, all of Algona. and afternoon visitors were Lulu Hawcott, Selina Clifton, Mrs. Harold Stewart, and the latter'.s son, all of Burt. Mothers Club Heurs I'mpram— The Mothers club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. N. L. Cotton Mrs. Lawrence NowbrouRh assist ins. Mrs. Arthur Prie.be read a pa. per on Rhythm and Living, and opes. Ayes: All. '' cnv iTMbn'l, 0 ".,.!!}' r.r. ns ",nnd seconded by to ^'-^TS I!;:' aSt! !)• \ 'l'.-r'-" T ru l' nirs .0" Urn In \l-no-* ?il ' 11IK ' II- K. Jt. No. and seconded by following rosolii- Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Easter names. conductec South Dukotans Visit Here— Margaret Correct and Rosemar willard, Rapid City, S. D., were Sunday guests at Jos. Lynch's Margaret had been called to her home at Armstrong by word of the serious illness of her father. Wi;lp Observe Algona Birthday— The- Fred Wegeners spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mr.s Louis Wegener, Algona, the occasion being Mrs. Louis Wegener's 28th birthday anniversary. Attends Fnnoral of Fnthor— Earl Earing has returned from the funeral of his father, George Earing, Kompton, 111. Other Lone Koch. Robert Lewis, of the CCC camp at Bancroft »pont the week-end (it the parental Frank Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. James Nyman, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mr.s. Ed Hoppe, Burt, were Sunday afternoon visitors at P. L. Person's. Mrs. C. W. Peter, her family, and Vivian Morgan, all of Algona, with Elmer and Bernard Bell, Whittemore, were 'Sunday dinner guests of the Rudolph Peters, and afternoon guests there won; the Arthur Zumachs. Mrs. John Dmnpsoy spent the week-end at John Arbogast's, Fenton. Kileen and Marjorio Walsh and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell spent Saturday at Krn.mcts.burg. Mr and Mrs. H. 10. Morgan and Mrs. June Clarke, Algona, were Sunday visitors at W. J. Cotton's. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer were at Charles Dittmer's, Burt. The Morwin Marlows spent Sunday with Mr.s. Marlow's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins Livermore. Dorothy Walker was a week-onder at her home at Cow- rie, and Mrs. Donald Blanchard spent the time with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Erickson, of Bancroft. Mr. and Mr.s. Maynarcl Kueck, of dood Hope, spout Sunday at William Nelson's. Mr. and Mrs Howard Blanchard, Dos Moinos (•iuno last week Tuosday for a visit till Saturday at M. K. Bhinchard's, and woru Sunday guests of Mrs liliuicuhurd's mother at Clarion hathcrinu Slubrity. who .spent from lu.st week Monday till Friday at Michael Kl'berfs, Algona,visited her mother, Mrs. .lossio StobriU Bane-rot i, I'Yiday. she viKil( , (] ho) . sisler, Mrs. Kn.mn.s i'oole, Fort Dodge, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kredorlck Schiilt/. spent tho week-end with lh ( . rios- coo SchulU family, at Milwaukee Uorolliy M;ioum.bor and Culc Hanson, Fort Dorlgd, .spent Saturday arid Sunday at Frank Macumbni-'H. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jei'Kon.son' Ledyard, spent Sunday with Mrs' Friday for a week at his daughter Mrs. Rae Hutchison's. OKI)IXA\CK JfO. 255 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING AND PROVIDING FOR THE LICENSING OF SO-CALLED JITNEY BUSSES AND ALL MOTOR VEHICLES OPERATING UPON THE STREETS AND AVENUES OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, AND ENGAGED IN CARRYING PASSENGERS FOR HIRE, PROVIDING PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 55 OF THE CITY OF ALGQNA, IOWA. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CJTY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That no person, partnership, association or corporation shall operate a so called jit- ley bus or motor vehicle upon the >treets and avenues of the City of AJgona, Iowa, and engftge in car- ying passengers for hire without irst having obtained a license herefor in the manner hereinafter irovided. Section Two. That no such li- ense shall be granted by the City Council of the City of Algona, owa, unless and until the appli- ant therefor shall file in the of- ice of the Clerk of the District ,'ourt of Kossuth county, Iowa, an ndernnity bond with sureties to be approved by the Clerk of said District Court, which sai<l sureties .shall qualify as provided in Chap- tor 551. of the 3935 Code of Iowa. Section Three. That said bond shall inure to the benefit of the estate of any passenger killed and to the benefit of any passenger who may suffer bodily injury or property damage by reason, of negligence or misconduct on the part of the driver, owner, or operator of any such jitney Jjus or motor vehicle. Section Four. That said ibond shall be in the following penal .sums, to-wit: If there is carried in such jitney bus or motor vehicle lops than ten passengers, at least five thousand dollars; and if there |s carried therein ton passengers or more, at least ten thousand dollars. Section Five. In lieu of such bond there may be filijid in such office a lioibility insurance policy issued by a company authorized to do business in the stale in like amounts for a single claim as for the bonds above provided, and conditioned that the same shall inure to the benefit ol| any pas- Kuiiger upon such vehicle or vehicles in tlie same manner and way lus tlie bonds abovij! provided. Section Six. No such license shall be granted by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, unlo.ss and until Motion bv Morris Cosgrove Hint the tlon be adopted : „ KKSOLfTIOX is resolved by the Kossnth nt rity Board nt of Supervisors 1 n,c tllls -"-' ml <!'»• or March IIKJS, that an embargo sign be placed on all county trunk mid local county roads in Kossutli i' YJ y ' r °?' a ' P'"'' 1 "* tlic load 1, i i\ of , thr ,''f ton - s Ineludliii? the weight of vehfi-le. Ayes: -Ml ' .-~.. ,...„.,. " Menz as same amount -""" as an erron- Vlctor Schultz, wit. fees George Larson, wit. fees .... M. P Weaer, Q. c. deed Hazel F. Keen, S. W. mtg , Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, O. T .' _ • invest , 10.00 * «tf i *^. ± HUH J. A. Mueller, mtg J.QQ Henry C. Nels Chas. Weisbrod, mtg }.oo John Reding. I'-.. C. Fauerby. mte 7 nX rj n «n,,nn, W. T Ohm, mtg:. .f. A. H. Krause, mtg. Harry Sabin. mtg. , .lolm Gerber, mtg Chet Robinson, mtg. M. N. Phillips,' mtl. Hubert Mergcn, patrol »<.|0 Clifford Holmes, patrol .... »«.5U Lycll W. Miller, patrol H5.14 M. L. Worby, patrol 91.00 Peter Movick, patrol 91.&0 Relndcr Krominga, labor .... 50.06 .1. K. Fnlk, patrol 116.00 Ulck Baade, labor oi,.iO Lynn Kuchenreuther, patrol . 8!).l);i Oliver Young, patrol Wilbur A. Fisher, patrol .. A .1. Hildrnan, patrol .... Verne Mollnder, patrol .... .1. H. Montgomery, patrol .. Mike Baker, patrol lid Baker, patrol IDImer Kwing-, patrol .... Clyde Sunders, labor 14.00 Hugh Butterfleld, patrol .... 94.50 Richard Oarrett, labor 11.40 Roelf E. Miller, labor 27.30 Pete Leeper, labor ?.10 K<\ Willard, labor 9.25 Henry Worlers, labor 14.40 Arnold Delperdang, labor .. 43.00 Alton Pettit, patrol 104.40 .1. F. Qulnn, patrol 32.75 Chester Alme, patrol 91.35 Melvln Hawk, patrol 83.20 Karl Earing, patrol 91.00 Mervin Marlow, patrol S9.95 J. M. Long, patrol 91.35 Jay Godden, patrol 75.60 Loyd Hawback, labor 2.40 Win. Muckey. labor 8.40 Walter Johnson, labor 12.00 Jack liable, labor 8.40 Robert Wood, labor 21.00 Will Knight, labor 17.40 Geo. F. Graham, labor 28.00 Henry Tjader., labor B.OO Arno Ristau, labor 21.00 Dwlsrht Graham, labor 21.00 Art Larson, labor 11.70 K. J. Palmer, labor 11.50 Phillip Fourage. labor 12.SO Geo. C. Eden, labor 15.00 Peter N. Thilgos, labor 29.50 . . ' mtg. - - - - ...-. avil. 1 T T r mP de ' mt S T. L. Thorson, mtg. a S ppr t op C ^ nty Parm Bureau, 1.00 1.00 . 1.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 Nelson, labor 3.00 ... ling, supplies 4.80 G. B. Sonnenborg, supplies .90 Hoenk Motor Service, storage 5.00 Greenberg Auto Supply, gup- P"es 76.40 Mrs. Q. F. Wohnke, ho«p. care W. A. Murray, fuel ., W. A. Murray, fuel '... Dr. Clfipsaddlo, med. .* „.„ Dr. Bfthnson, med. 2341 Applequlst Qrocory, prov. ,. 3,0 Konnodys Store, prov. . ' AIcMullen's Store, prov. Hoods Store, prov Smith Dept. Store,' prov. Merrill Bros., prov. ... Freeman's Uroc., prov. O. V. McDonald, fuel tv .,„ \V. A. Murray, fuel 141' Augusta Beltz, care ' " .1. II. Sheridan, rent 0. H. Schrader, rent J. B. McCaheran, rent ...... lo'nn District No. 5— v Dr. Storey, med 22 50 Dr. Mlnkel, med 296 Mrs. Wm. Ukena, prov K. L. Hanson, prov A. C. Llnde, prov, ...;.... .1. P. Schissel & Son, fuel . Dr. Egan, med. Park Hospital & Clinic, hosp. care Applequlst Groc., prov i H. M. Dyer, prov. . .. Blomster's Groc., prov. Steinberg Groc., prov Hill Top Dairy, prov. Vroomans, prov Bo wen & Grupp, prov. Warburtons, prov, 4.21 6.60 10.58 43.08 15Q.10 27.50 5.6.1 15.00 26.00 12.00 5.58 1Q.OO 7.14 7.14 14.80 7.14 4.84 10.00 15 no ' Morris second by and second hv •M- ( .i - i. > - Motion by Fraser eHten that McDonald be appinted to make repairs on Drain No 61. No all S!- ,?• Ricklefs, quar. exp. .. w-'iirl M ? nn ' nuar. exp "lie's so Leat °°- « u i> : Lafe Simmons', labor LIBRARY St. Paul Book & Co., supplies .... Charles Scrlbner & Sons','supl Piles Simmons Book Concern,"s'u'p- .1125.00 2.30 3.60 1.90 FUND Stationery 2 lo.iS piles * Co.', ° n -' aRd ' second by %%4^ee1H h re^n^c,atrn- 3S>? F""" ~ a ^ lelken tl.at the School Fund ' Motion by Fraser st John -Welland „„ being paid to assessor. and second by '-- tax charged be abated, Ay.es: Resolu- ^HEREAS^the™ 0 a N surplus and let No 1?? la 'V? ln Drainage dlst- roxl^teYy 6 ^ xtheTlla -°^ "J^ Dollars ($6700.00), and Harper & Brothers!' ^wiXiffU'SVSv supplies .... E. P. Dutton & Co!,'supplies.'.' Workmans Book House, supl Piles .... Iowa Public supplies . Follett Book Iowa Public supplies Reading 'circle', Co., supplies''.' .' Reading Circle, \\HIiHEAS, said amount was col- C as a eassessme »t n i rojei?. r eassessme »t on K of ; ' u " s 2i " F.. MCDONALD Motion by Cosgrorc and seconded l>.v Frasor tluit. Hellion make neees- siiry repairs on Drain No. SI. Ayes: Motion by Morris. Hint be adopted: Fmscr nnd seconded by the following resolution RESOLUTION Resolved, Unit the Chnlrmnn of the Buiird of Supervisors of Kos- Kiith (•riHiity, Iowa, nnd the county auditor lire directed to execute nnd deliver n Quit Claim Deed to Larl K. Swnnsnn the: Knst Hnlf of the Northeast tjunrter (El/2 NK1/41 of Section Sixteen (l(i) Township Ninety-four (!)•}) North of Itinife'e Twenty-elKbt (-JS), Kos- snth County, lowu. for the purpose of Title. Ayes: All. Nnyes: perfecting None. W. E Motion by Morris MCDONALD C Inii rni mi K. R. KINSKY County Auditor nnd seconded by lfl:!li Dog tax fbarged Ilciken that th against N. W. Ciodferson, Hurt Inc, be nbnted. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris nnd seconded by Oosifrove that the following transfers be ninde from the various Drainage Districts to the general county for supervisors per diem for the year IIMI : Drain No. ! No. ' No. i N( Nn. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No No. 70 SO S 4 .' 105 110 Kifi II. I 1 . w. Tri. Tri. Trl. K. 2 ..... A. K.I ... K. 08-13(1 Amount ....$ 4.00 .... 2(1.80 7.85 .... 24.75 8.55 ,... 8.UO .... 18.15 .... 8.70 4.00 4.00 .... 19.30 ... 3.IW ... 4.20 ,... 4.00 .... S.flO ... 8.80 ... 3.SO ... 84.20 — 2nno 3.60 ... 20.30 ... 10.40 .... 15.25 wiiiati wohhiiiKto,,. ,»,d"M7.';;;,u tVu;™r;,,"sh-"""- 1 the applicaut Mrs. Prod Jlowu won; Sundav <»• liability insurance policy is Su/iiiay KUostB of the lullcr'H purcntH, Mr. anil Mr.s. K. W. Ncilson, ItiiiKHt'-ii. Vera Morris, (jowric t(:aclior, was ;i Thurwlay Jil^ht till TucKday guo.st at the parental Churloii Morris home. Krnosl KrucKor, Hurt, and his daughter Ituth were Sunday dinner gut-.st.s there. The A. W. Ixiinpt-.s, Ventura, the shall, after the said bond or thus approved, file in the office of tho City fiierk an apnl cation for such licen.se stating: 1. Typo of motor can or jitney IJUH to be used. Tho horsepower and the tory number thereqf, 'J'ho utato license thereof. " 2. far- number I'"' 1 ." ',-•••.; $320.05 Motion by Prnser and seconded bv Morris that there being no furthe'r business at this time, the Board adjourn. Ayes: All. K. S. KINSEY County Auditor Auditor's Office, April 1st, 1938 9:00 o'clock A. M. Hoard of Supervisors met pursuant tu adjournment with all members present. Motion by Fraser and second by Morris that the following petitions tur establishment of Road Districts Number 43, No. 4S2, No. 438, No. 434, No. 435, No. 430 and No. 437 be placed on rile. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by 1' raser that tlie clerk's quarterly report of fees collected, the recorders and auditor's report of fees collected and the sheriff's quarterly report be approved. Ayes: all Motion by Morris and second by Helken that the petition for soldiers' exemption of Glen W. Jer.klnson on 11137 personal property in Union township be approved. Ayes: all Motion by Fruser and second l,y Morris that the continuation cert- Hicate by Amtrlcan .Surety Co., for 13eur Bond of B. J. ijunkey bu approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by 1< raser that the petition presented to the Board by Kossulh Coujity Bee Keepers be placed on file. Ayes: Motion by Fraser and second by Cosgrove that April 29, 1938 at 10:30 A. M. be time set for gasoline letting and April 29, 193S at 1:30 P M be time set for grading letting. Ayes: Motion by Morris and second by Helken that a transfer of $15,011000 be made from the Emergency Fund to U.e General County Fund. Ay.es: Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that pauper notice lie served °A\i\ lu . foI ' ow i" H ; Persons: Glen Hike, Oil hart Goodmlnson and family I^mil Hessey and family, Lelloy Juc'l- son and family, Kenneth Irons Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second bv Helken that the dual estimates of McGuire Brothers No. 12, No. 13. No I;!, No. 20. No. 24. No. 19, No 25 No. 21 and No. 43 be approved. Ayes- Motion by Fraser and second by Morris that an appropriation of pot to exceed $300.00 be made to defray , said construction has been now fully completed assessments paid in full, all and a "iY H J5? E AS. a portion said sur- Dlush, P' Ub n< J s already been refunded to the various Individuals paying In the eand '' Follett Book Co!,"su'pnil'o's" Book Supply Co.,' supplies . Dr. R. appron INSTITUTE FUND'' ' *V. Eaton, exam. exp. T- M , INSANE FUND Katherine McEoy, clerk fees Casey Loss, sheriff fees T T A - Danson, comm. fees ' J. L. Bonar, wit. fees ' ^. n. Orelzmeyer, oiiv fpeo S" 1 T -, Gri , ff ' t >y. wit fees' S in- ,wit. fees' John McEnroe, wit. fees B.37 4.80 2.41 3.62 13.76 2.55 27.99 8.64 5.10 20.01 6.48 6.48 6.50 200.00 10.00 5.25. 33.69 3.00 2.10 5.00 2.1u 2.10 2.10 Arnold Motor Supply, supplies 156.09 Mrs. Anna Dahi, supplies ... 13.35 F. s. Norton & Son, supplies 0.71 Farmers Co-Op. Elevator Co., supplies 4S.37 Kossuth Motor Co., supplies 37.45 Dutch's Super Service, sup- T , Piles 1026.4!) Kohlhans & Spilles. supplies 17.68 Botsford Lumber Co.. suu- plles Garfleld Jt. Drainage Ditch, re-/issess Interstate Power Co., light serv Central States Electric' Co.', light serv Central States Electric Co., Mgl't serv Titonka Telephone Co., tele. serv Advance Publishing Co., print- Ing J. I. Merryman, bridge work 269 15 Standard Oil Co., supplies.. 600 Standard Oil Co., supplies Peerless Oil Co.. supplies ... Swaney Oil Co.. supplies .. Globe Machine & Supply Co., supplies ; . Central Auto Electric Co supplies Standard Bearings CoV's'iip- plles Barton M'arner Co.. siip'p'lies Kelley-How-Thomson Co supplies Cords Piston Ring Co., piles . Wilson Road supplies American Hoist & Co., supplies sup Machine Co' Derrick 1.05 14.40 1.65 1.18 1.43 1.95 3.60 960.73 485.41! 112. SO 250.57 51.76 37.71 28.97 38.89 9.52 91.99 Golden Sun Milling Co., fuel C. G. Gray, fuel Farmers Elevator, fuel J. P. Schissel & Son, fuel'! Jensen & Sons, fuel Mrs. Ben Kushton, rent ' ' Henry Kline, rent " General— Kd Dahlhauser, supplies ri r i s ' i B ? rtha Dettman, labor ,.„„ Ethel Jones, labor 7 en Sub Division of Aid to Blind -"•'-' benefits ' o Rt benefits .... "' o '%•> C. \V. Davenport, labor"'.'.'.'. - ? Grahams Store, supplies .. Elmer Dole, storage Moe & Sjogren, prov. . C- S. Johnson, supplies .:'. •'. F. S. Norton & Son, fuel John Hennlng, labor ... Vallle Shott, labor Motsford Lumber Co., supp'fies Frank L, Miller, llgl.t serv Thos. Akre, prov. Nelson & Lenslng, prov ." ' ' H. A. Clark, prov Cut Rate Groc., prov Wilfred Runge, shoe ropa'l'r' '.'. Dr. Wallace, med. Dr. Bourne, med. A. H. Borchardt, mod. '.'.'.'.'.'. <-. H. Klamp, subscrip. . Fred Park, exp. .. Robert Runehcy, labor Dr. Fox & Wlnkel, vet. se'r'v' Frank D. Fisher, truck.... Leo J. A\ egman, Treas nr State, tax returns .. Kohlhaas & Spilles, supplies nr Co., supplies Garage, ~ " Seed Pioneer Ill-Bred" 'Seed'' Corn . supplies ..... Sj?cs n ricmIerl "S Co.,"sup'- gley Chemlcai Co.,' supplies (V ^S. 0 !^^! supplies' K - ^ Jiimes. supplies -."'^OM'ED: That the County aud" L-nrr. n t , ho ?S5 y „?,"'".';!''^".. f fisue 10.25 e:bo 6.33 2.04 44.64 50.00 3.90 37.10 16.08 60.13 K2-. 72 6.45 10.56 1.30 1.00 1.00 2.55 6.00 2.25 S.02 35.70 600.00 12.78 5.33 .86 4.50 40.00 38.50 13.50 41.25 3.65 1.97 .36 ^Plles Titonka serv --"I"! tM- Un '"n"fe tele, serv Globe Maclii,,; 1 supplies hc |,. ( , ' ' Hor Is for all nthn at (his in until 2:00 Board of ^ to H, members pr,. Heikcii ui»t Engineer, h p yj i, H.-K. Joint 14 nl 6 ' » The Boards ' f i,!> -'- suth and Hnm !,,h ""'K, olirt session ;u .".«; ^^kl April 6, i!) 3s ls r-?, 0 °clocl Ice. for henrl±" ner r-- 1 ment of 41 per „,?„,°, n ^ V, and .14 ,,,, r nt '".Km 9"'>ty, on all , f ^, n ' ng Huperv Au(ll to ,J Count. ., .............. Sargent Machine Co., supplies The Balbanh Co.. supplies . Sleg Fort Dodge Co., supplies Ft. Dodge Auto Wrecking Co QlTrmltn.-. O ^~ IJ '< & Suppiv Co ' " supplies Iowa Machine supplies ....... ....... J. D. Adams Co., supplies ." W. H. Ricklefs, labor ;...; 61S.55 83.59 B.34 13.93 35.52 23.20 25.50 3.00 . Boa,-d ' )alanc e of said surplus now - ?"3 P " u cS,iP to f S r ectton I.M.J code of Iowa, that all nf tho surplus in the bands of the Court? Treasurer of Kossuth County Iowa '" J? r alnage District No. 166 1 'be ^ re- 0 "' In and tlie i structed to issue warrants for" said various amounts accordingly. W^R McDonald N ^ yeS Chas. Morris J. H. Frasor P. J. Helken W. s. Cosgrove. None E. S. ton _,,. ... W | At ' j? ar S'OU, ..OL.Mg Robt, Bunkofske, listin Wesley Bernhard. listin due, listing dogs'' Hollls dogs Ihno A. L. C. dogs dogs Bengchoterr ln fi sd t4n S | Gerdes,'' ilstjng dogs listing does F HR ( .,' Ils tin& dogs' '.' T w Beardsley, listing dogs r-',, T> BoIllK ' "sting dogs ' Guy Bone, listing dotrq ' ' Joe Cogley, listing . this lutlon RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the Iowa State Hieb- way Commission has designated the former county trunk nlng from the Town of highway run "" nn?-f *°wn""of" Fenton" Iowa," part of the State Highway Is too great for a surface of Ot thl » '< |n«J to properl T ' REF SOLVED visors o That we bear. BE IT RE- hereby request i Its struct "vhat"isTo V ca!lly n knowr! black top surface. "-""vvr.. Ayes: W. E. McDonald Chas. Morris K.I. Helken J. H. Fraser W. S. Cosgrove. Resolution declared 1st day of April, 1938. E. S. KINSEY, and four of block 44 Orignml Plat! ided by City as a Nayes None adopted this do^s Junker "ieier',' ' 'I'lsil'ng Ma i' vi " Vaski; 'listing dogs' ' ' n TV- a & soher . listing dois ' ' 2.00 6.42 H.OO 7.60 2.40 10.30 3.00 7.30 2.00 S.50 15.20 7.40 4.50 1.20 7.20 10.10 8.40 7.60 6.80 5.90 6.30 5.30 8.10 1.70 Chas. W d °H S w'. ri. H. .listing dogs" Llndhorst, Listing listing 2.40 1.40 e;so 9.00 1.40 8.60 8.70 8.20 8.30 7.60 1.90 3.60 1.40' L. W For " 70.00 M. I. U'c'h't'e'r ' T ' -o-a T^ri_i__, .' *•• - -—. j. . 181.30 . -. ~. ,/isn 22R Qn 588 Mllo EJ. Bu'rwash.'inaem.'cat: 9 ' 72 David L.' Go'dden,' 'indem.' cktl 15 -° G f on , Lot G Blaok 8 Lakota A. Moore be not allowed a Mo M r?}i° n th b a y t Charles Lindhorst bv Surety Co. for 1938 be by of American can u,e of Clalm^bereinaf Sullivan, P. M., post- W. W age Clyde Bristow, bty.' ' ' ' N. W. Hell Telephone tele, serv M. J. Duffy, adv. bty Walter Rich, bty. S "i l nt Comptl ' ()ller . school 'fund .? Co.', f.nfe Oxley, bt.v Albert 10. Gould, bty'.' .'.'.' a 'e Sulliva ". r - M-. post- age'' ' Su ' 1 ' li ' va "' P' M-! 'post- Mr and' 'Mrs.' 'c.' 'w.' Aibi'lght et al, contract and deed i e Sulllvan - p - M., post- Axel Erickson,' 'bty W. W. ^SuHlvan, postage' ' ! ! Waler Delmar Fischer, bty .'lias. Clapsaddle. bty 'jenn Kabln, bty. ..' I. ill Marlow, btv ";!. V. Pierce, bty.' •..velyn A. Dole, salary Mary K. Sands, salary Chas. Morris, sion J. H. Fraser slon W. S. Cosgrove,' session P. J. Helken, comm. and session W. ifl. McDonald, cb'mm'.' and Bosslon comm. & ses- comm. and ses- comm. and 5.00 1.00 66.14 3.37 1.00 SSI.65 52.40 :j.'JO 1.00 5.00 8.00 125.00 5.00 1.40 I'.'sii 25.00 5.00 21.90 4.90 1.00 5.00 2.40 67.50 95.00 CS.OO 65.00 203.75 195.55 188.45 210.95 cattle fndem. 8.11 20.76 19.08 U.38 Casey Loss, sher." fe"e7 "" JJon Myers, wft fnoo Delia Welter, J p fees Casey Loss, sher fees CONSTRUCTION FUND - n^r"' Iabor -248.40 Brothers, grading ri'lMe Krnii^P 0 :'. fr ,elKht eSMS ,T. ArcGuire 18.00 12.68 .60 5.00 15. DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. 4— Carl I. Anderson, labor E. G. Stlnstrom, labor . Dr. No. 7— Dick Baade, labor Edwin A. Krekow, supplies Virgil Lamb, labor ... Dr. No. 69— Katharine McEvoy, court costs Dr. No. 83— Hubert F. Schoby, labor .. bhell Petroleum, supplies Dr. No. 91— Dick Raade, labor Dr. No. 95— Harry Thllges, labor E. J. Palmer, labor .. Dr. No. 127— Hubert O'Brien, labor Dr. No. 133— Leo Delperdang. labor ... A. C. Anderson, labor Jake Keller, labor Dr. No. 13-i— E. J. Palmer, labor . . Dr. No. 166— E. G. Stlnstrom, labor H.-K. 2-36— Geo. G. Eden, labor H.-K. No. 2— „ Haggard & Waller, notice F. S. Norton & Son, supplies Shell Petroleum, supplies.. H. L. Zinncl, labor . Simon P. Storesund. labor'!.' POOR FUND District No. 1— Dr. Janse, med 3 QO Dr. Jensen, med. ... ' ''" 3*75 Dr. Corbin, med .'.'.'."" 41 71 1 """ 1 " ~- J " 50.00 10.00 2.04 4.90 22.00 5.20 6.20 3.30 20.60 2.00 6.27 3.40 10.00 6.00 8.10 10.80 S.10 9.45 6-00 7.20 6.16 1.79 .86 '2.71 5.70 7.32 Humboldt County Klnsey, Kossufi, Motion made Joothroyd act ils x«4p. Jo a'ir n i' ssi meeting. Ayes: „ The minutes of ii ln ,. ,, Ing were «.„,1 ..".? las ti< Hoi ken were read nnd on 1 and si assessment \vc r( offman n'mtT'" and!l posed of the" the two -Dr-i the two Drain suth and Hun Pointed to Inv ment and make a Boards on April 'I.. S. Klnsev, Kn. , C ° mi * , Motion by Morr "' an by Cosgrove that th|,£ recess to April "6 91. o'clock A. M., at House In Algoim, Iowa O. H. .Tiic »:00%»^ B ° J £M I0 « 8 «Otll E. S. KINSEY County Auditor wri9s o 8 ftice - ^Boar^of^SugV^o^tet'af'reg- ^^'M? V ^^^ ? by. Helken and second all. On approv motion by as read. Ayes: ,• 'Chairman. Auditor's Om M | Algona, Iowa H.-K. Joint » P r r a I , l r. 6 Nj M } The Boards of SuncrVlioriJ suth and Humboldt a',, 1 n joint session, at call of! Itors, on April (i 19™ n ?i House in AlgonnT ow o'clock p. M., with the f f"P p :7l«or.s present: ty, McDonald, Morris Fra grove and Helken; Hurabod Bpothroyd, Hoffmann, Saw' Weir, and E. R Klnwv i County Auditor, and OH' Humboldt County Auditor Motion made and sec ar ° m Sors Co supWMUemore'champYonV'prini: 5 George' Hlggins,' b'tV.'.' I • A. Danson, j p f ep o Casey Los s /.4e P r. f ees " '''' dH. Plfcs Cllaml ">rs Co., sup! Alwin Hu'enhol'd',' mtc 33.05 '.25 3.00 15.75 10.92 2.90 8.00 8.00 R.OO 8.00 8.00 8.00 •3.00 13.50 21.7(5 supplies 9.66 t!, A .i? 1 -^'"'son, Hurabol ty Auditor, act as Secreta meeting. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and sec Hoffmann that the petition. by Edward Myers, et al for! construction of HumboldLB Joint Drainage District accepted and thnt an enel appointed to make a nre survey and report to Board on April 26, 1938. .. Motion by Cosgrovo and i by Weir that 1C. J. Sra Engineer of Humboldt and hereby is appointed ., Engineer on Iluraboldl-d Joint Drainage District No. 1,| Motion by Morris nnd secoi Fraser that the meeting ad) April 26, 1938, at 1:00 o'cloc at Algona, Iowa. Ayes: all. O. H. .TOHNSf Secretary. W. W. 130 Chairman. Dr. Cretzmeyer, med. Dr. Eason, med K. D. James, med. Waldrons Grocery, prov ''' Bakers Dairy, prov Paul Ernst, prov. Huff Restaurant, prov. ...'.'.',' H. W. Geelan, prov H. R. Zumach, prov. Klnsetb & Son, prov Joe Muto Groc.. prov. \vltmers Groc., prov Albert Schneider, prov C. S. Johnson, prov. . Cut Rate Groe., prov Moe & Sjogren, prov. '. Hoods I. G. A., prov. . wl,9i u t ro Brottle <-s, supplies;' Whittemore Elevator Co fue Farmers Elevator, fuel Ivunz Grain Co., fuel B. u ^ on *^?j""-. PO-; iuVf:: 400 B.'QO 2 0 00 ., & Lindebak, fuel Botsford Lumber Co fue'l Mrs Joe Llchty, rent Martin Elscheld rent wH B i R. ane S'' rent ..:;.' Hugh Raney, rent .. S- S- Curtis, rent .. • k'i . , Llon ty. rent District No. 2 Dr. Janse, med. ... R r V ^e^nieyer, med. '.'. Cut Rate Groc., prov Hoods I G A nrov '- c. & r N. w tele. T~-nr •f, Ki "^ N<JK F "b I. W. Ry. Co., freight Bell Telephone Ci Co.', ... 188.85 Co. Treas., a'd'v. M. J. Duffy, , freight ...... W. W. Sullivan age Raelf Miller, labor" '.'.! '. " ' H. W. Post, freight , '*''*' City of Algona, light'serv" ' tax° Ck County Treasurer Emmet taxes Treasurer, 265.98 14.04 3.41 2 "4 H.87 7.86 1.00 5.00 2.19 23.02 55.66 Ben Shelimeyer'.' labor''.'.'.'.'.'. "'oo Wm, O. LudwlB. adv. natroi adv. , . . . . udwlg, adv. patrol freight EXP '' eSS A « e »°*'' Jack Hahle,' 'labor '.'.'.' ....... Wm. Muckey, labor Loyd Hauback, labor ..... truck Goil(]en ' s e co nd '"'and Lawrence Terries, Tabor ..... 1'oney Seller, labor ______ M. J Duffy, Treas., freight ........... Fred J. Coon, patrol . " ' Join; Hanselman, patrol , i » Merryman, labor alph Markla. patrol ..... iVr D ' McDonald, patrol . . . w!"' V; Gronbach, patrol . Tnm' w , I ' udwl e. Patrol . Tom Weir, patrol ....... JV L. Huber. patrol . «ert Shellmeyer, patrol ' .' TY?P iJr H , elmh e. patrol . . . vL,", e M. Esser, patrol ..... Ed Fuchson, patrol ..;";. 35.00 4.20 5.00 6.00 5.00 200.00 11.70 15.30 6.28 98.00 184.60 3.50 94.50 108.00 94.50 C7.20 94.50 36.00 94.50 155.65 94.50 84.00 Dr. Wallace, . M. G. Bourne. 38.00 15.10 48.00 43.00 18.00 10.00 26.91 72.19 3.32 14.23 7.14 9.07 7.14 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 8.00 C.03 1.00 130.00 32.50 45.50 35.70 9.00 llowed 48. DO 1 111.00 10 00 «.00 PORTABLE MILlsl Tliree New low Down Portable Mills, equipped! SO h. p. motors. Three rebuilt Portable Mills. | Mill Supplies aud Repairs IOWA PORTABLE MILLING CO. OELWEIN, IA. D « A """"'^Oi lUllt . . r. Andrews, med nr-fo'ur^^^ ''-P-'care "'•• Janse. med. .,'.'.'. Dr. KeneHck, med P.r. Evans, med. I5.r,o 32.60 is.on 8.50 ,, Ti-V- dental .. Mrs. H. L. Turner, med Borchardt DrujLCo..? n V" R. Moe, E- S. '. Pllcber, Clark, prbv. .. « Sjogren. prov Norton " ~ C 1 ,™; WmTMyersreare 1 : care lan . Home O^hanagV, Alex Miller, Vent Mrs. Dearchs, rent Mrs. J. E. Moulds r M-jCoiK^',^': •SWn*:--' «rv. -. Calli , med Store, prov Gl '°c. Prbv." Ne]so Kossuth Hospital, hosp. 11.60 12.00 1.94 42.90 ?.00 57.00 6.00 9.0'' 8.50 15.00 .72 4.00 ig.oo 20.00 10.00 0.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 4.00 63..00 22.50 10.00 7.50 2.50 20.00 7.50 6.00 4 5R 3.57 13.00 10.00 oai '8 72.00 We are Certified Buiati Shingle Applic*tor». Does Your Roof Leak? Put0n Broad Shadow Barrett SHINGLES The asphalt shingle with the built-in Shadow which enhances the beauty of the roof. 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