Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1939 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 25, 1939
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PAGE EIGHT l«u Verne, Apr. 24—Alice, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stoddard, and John Stampka were married last week Monday evening at Algona by the Hev. Father Malllnger. They were attended by Vlrgie Hardcopf and the bridegroom's brother Joseph. The bride wore an apple green suit, and her attendant wore a navy euit. The newlyweds returned to Lu Verne next day, and that evening a large number of relatives and friends gave a charivari dance for them at William Kollasch's. The new Mrs. Stampka, a graduate of the Lu Verne high school, .class of 1937, had for some time been waitress at the Kollasch cafe here, and Mr. Stampka, son of Peter Stampka, Jamestown, N. D., (had been employed around Lu Verne 2V4 years. The couple are living at Albert Hefti's for the present. Cemetery Association Meets— The Cemetery association met Thursday at the community hall, with the usual large attendance. The customary business was transacted, and U. S. Grant was again chosen as sexton. Hostesses were Mrs. Bernard Wolf, Mrs. Phil Lichty, and Mrs. Irvln Chapman, and Ihey presented a program: reading, Mrs. S. R. Baker; poem, Mrs. Carl Goetech; solos, Georgia Mae Scribner, accompanied by Doris Dehnert on the piano; community singing, with Mrs. J. L. Lichty at the piano. A covered-dish lunch was served. Hostesses for the May meeting will be Mrs. Ralph Dimler, Mrs. Bonnie Bllifritz, and Mrs. Ted JohnsoB. Former Resident Here Burled— The body of Burton Smith, Naytahwaush, Minn., was brought here for burial Wednesday, after funeral services at the McCullough chapel, Algona. Burial was delayed a day because of last week Monday's snowstorm. Mr. Smith, born in Tama county in 1869, in boyhood lived near Lu Verne, later married Helen, daughter of pioneers, the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Curran, who came to Kossuth in the fall of 1865. ne Couple Married hi Algeria ALICE SWARD MADE THE BRIDE OF JNO, STAMPKA CLUB -Llbta, Apr. 24 — ukena was hostese to Mre. Jerry the Acorn __ ______ club Thursday, 15 rnemWs attending. Officers were elested: president, Mrs. Samuel Warburton; vice, Mrs. A. C. Sohtesel; secretary, Mrs. Carl Gerzena! assistant, Mr®. W. E. Gtitkascht; treasurer, Mrs. Earl Grabai. The retiring president, Mrs. burton, appointed printing, Mrs. W. E. larry War:ommittees: Ley, Mrs. Charles Gutknecht; flower, Mrs. Carl Gerzema, Mrs. J. H. WarbUr- ton; publicity, Mrs. Jm-ry Ukena. Mrs. I. E. Wortman guve a short review of the recent county federation meeting, and Mrs. burton gave a book rei lew on The Great American Novel Byron Davis. Tihe n<ixt meeting, will be a 7 p. m. potluck dinner,! with Mrs. Delia Smith Legion Auxiliary Meet*—'Mrs: George HeetJatel w ess to the Legion Aux most recent meeting, bers attending. Mrs. C>rlne Roelf- sema, Paton, who wi membership in the unit here, was in attendance. The Aixiliary entertained at a countj meeting April 12, but bad roads only five uni resented. Mrs. Georgo Heetland was elected county vice president. Scheme to Boost Trade- Lakota merchants aie cooperating with the local theater in a new venture. The theater tickets every Wednes( Harry War- by Clyde as hostess. was host- liary at ite nine mem- 1 maintain quarterly because of B were rep- uffere show ,y night at St. BENEDICT John Witte and his stin Joe were Mason City visitors John went for a physic il check-up. Verna Eischen has b;en at J. T. Jollier's a few days, helping with the household work. is in poor health. .Mrs. Chuck Kerrim Thursday. tfrs. Lallier and her children spent .Friday,.«,t the former's sister's at Weeley. Irene. Grandgenett, ,wfap~ suffered a/all'lie.,which-her .light elbow was • batfly-Juirt,' tho.uglt at tirst that the injury .v^as not serious, but wherrthe elbow swelled and initec- tion seemed to have,set iri, she consulted a doctor, who I<und a'bone splintered. She .has .been confined to bed some of the timj. A large number of friends here attended a double weeding dance (He had a major j at Corwith last week Tuesday operation a month before death. A night. Because of t now-drifted brother at Blue Earth, the sons muddy roads travel-* Sad to be Arthur, Verne, and Arcihie, and' ' ' Mrs. Smith were here for the burial. Progressive Club Ends Tear— The last regluar meeting of the year for the Progressive Woman's club was hefd last week Tuesday W » hostess at Irwin Hofs, roundabout, for the highways east and west were out of commission three days. Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Cii.k, near Algona, spent Thursday afternoon at Lawrence Cink's. Mrs. ickson spent all-day friends. an 20 active members plus two o three associates. Dr. H. D. Meyers spoke on The Marijuana Evil, also on Recent Discoveries in Medicine Heports of the recent county Federation meeting at Algona were Riven by Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Irvin Chapman, and Mrs. Mrs. Kelley, Mrs. H;.rvey John- I son, daughter '" Mrs. Ray Stone. Committees for -next year were announced by the president- elect, Mrs. J. L. Lichty. Club Has a Gnest Day— The annual Guest 'day of the Tuesday club was observed last week Tuesday at Hulda Fritze- meiers, 24 women attending. The program waa in charge of Mrs Arthur Benschoter, and taking part were Betty and Barbara Wolf in a piano duet; Maxine Smith musical reading; Anna Woito and Mrs. Walter Hefti, in a playette, Mrs. Grumole Goes Calling; and Maryhn Hefti, recitation. After games and contests, a tray lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Lloyd Smith. Typists Chosen for Contest- Representatives of the local typing classes have been Carrie Er- Algona of Wesley, Friday, an<. Saturday afternoon. Alice attendM a showei for Mrs. Alan Brink at the home of Mrs. Dale Struthers inl the Doan neighborhood. Mrs. Harvey Johnsorr and Mrs. M. Kelley attended a miscellaneous only lOc during summer and fall, aiid the tickets, after use (they will be good at the theater, but will not be taken up) will count « cash in making .purchases at local store*." The starting time to April 26, when the stores will again be open Wednesday nights. Two Appendicitis OpentioiR— Deloris Weinberger, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bruer, had an operation for appendicitis at the Buffalo Center hospital re' cently and was brought home Friday. Sfhs. Bruer reports that a niece, Mrs. Robert DeiFries, had a similar operation at the same hospital a week ago Friday. The Wein- bergers live in Lincoln township. • Girls Visit Tethers'School— M«J, Heyo -Be-rscliniMi. *nd ^her daughter Katherine, with Lois Gingrich 1 aha"*Pa!tricia' Woodwor tit", drove to Cedar Falls Saturday. The girls are high school seniors and plan to attend the Teachers college next fall. Son for the SheUahls— A 9-lb. son was born to Mr; and Mrs. Edward Sheldahl last week Sunday at the home of Edward's maternal grandpArent*, Mr. and Miw. Paul kertzke. The baby has be«n named Robert' Edward. Sew Cottage for Fans— A cottage is under construction on the Schroeder farm, eouth of to-wn, occupied by the Arend Haris family, and it will.be occupied by the Lawrence Trlpps, who are employed there. ' The I. E. Wortrnarus spent last week Sunday with Mr«. Wortmaii's sister and the.latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Allen! Eagle Grove. Other Lakota News. Material for Sldewalkn .Ortered- At a'council r in*e{ing Thursday evening a/corrtract Jpr. matei-jal tor r..,ii^lw^«jjJrJi,V-*,_ ; jIt!r.' g_j.ij.^'" v ^_ brick company. Elizabeth Raiunstock, who has been employed at the Btirt hotel .the last several months, came 'home last week Sunday for a two weeks vacation. Marry Moe and his son John visited the former's mother, at Lake Crystal, Minn., last week. • B. AiaOKA, IQWA a«ik«B (Mt • pMpera notice be *eft ed ,6ft tb« followluf pertou: •ndjlajally,,Kenneth ""- Blclt' ill t*- be pliced on HI?. Arei: All. A ., On motion Botrd adjourned to April 1st, 1939. ., ._ W. B. McDONAtD, Chatrmman B. 8. KIN8KY. County Auditor Aedltor'a. ptflec AlfcBM, I«w» „ IttM O'ClMk A. M. March M, MM «•!•( Dr*U««e Dl««. P. A. K.,K». » 'Pursuant,.to call of Auditor* "of 'J>«1« ; Alto add Koisuth counties, low* the Boards of Supervisors of said counties met it a special called «*«Ion at the Auditors office at Alfona elon lowi lfon Mar owa, at 10:30 o'clock a. m. March 38, 1939 in matters pertaining to Joint Drainage District P. A. K. No. 1. ' Supervisors Co'ttlhgton Phillip, Hus- kanip,' Robinson and Truog of Palo 'Alto county; add Supervisors MoDon- aid, Morris, -*... and Cosent of Kossuth county were pres ' ' • • • • Motioned by McDonald and seconded by Morris that Cottlngton act as (chairman of seld joint meeting. Carried. ••••• . ••••• •••.., Motion by Phillips and seconded by Cosfrove that Klnsey act as secretary Cosfro ofjBhe' •«qtlen by Joint meetin ''Hiuk ng. Carried. amp and seconded ny Morris -that. ,the. minutes of the E. P. iGetchell. sup la«t;joint Board meeting- : on P. A. K» ^Mcti'opolHan ,8upjply Co., sup. ftecretary./Aywi:- All. Motion. \by Mo- H»y'rhond??IU{n«r',' : bty. X '.'.. .'. Nick Heesch, bty Ronald Heetland, bty. ...... Board Proceedings Auditor** Aliou, 1:00 O'clock F. M. Mwek M, 1989 Kossutb County Board of Supervisors met pursuant .to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fraser that the interest and' penalty on personal tax ' of Jim Shinier in Portland township' for the years of 1927, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1036 and 1937 be abated. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Praser that the interest and penalty on personal tax of Ed P. Wolf for the years' of 1938, 1930, and 1931 In Algona, Irvlngton township; 1934 Algona District No. 2; 1938 Rlverdale township and 1932 and 1933 Buffale Consol. township be abated. Ayes: Motion'-by 'Morris 'and ••seconded''by Fraser that Kossuth county, ..Iowa ??£:& J 1 ^compromised ••' settlement <«,nfc $100.00 from Fred and 'Anna Rath in settlement of suit of Kossuth county- Iowa, plaintiff and Fred -Rath Anna-; Slit 1 .-.<> e *endante-' vibelng.; equity : -'>No. 28081 in the District- Courtr off Iowa mand for Kossttth county, Iowa. Ayes:. All. Nays: .None.. ; On motion- board' adjourned until March 30, 2:00 o'clock p. m w. E. MCDONALD. Cfaairmman E. S. KINSEY County Auditor Auditor'* Office Al(O|ia, Iowa 2: °0 O'clock P. M. March S». 19S9 Board of Supervisors met ; pursuant to adjournment with all members present, McDonald, Helken, Morris, Fraser and Cosgrdve. - - ' After hearing from .all .present for and against ag following ng th e assessments on the Secondary Road coun ty, Iowa, Districts No.' 309, , ». , , . , 317, 362. 368, 390, 405, 417, 423, 430 Jftl ^5O AVQ Ant An* ^n»' "-' IX* 439, 441, 443 444, iffi » * .... "**t 437, shower for Mrs. Brink i crurch Thursday. 'A group of St.. .Ben have organized a horei which has^ a; court at tl and some 'lively;; gaffie&t; ed. Taking part so far John and Nick Roskoph merfall. and Matt Kellej ; -the Doan diet men shoe club e elevator, re-'expect- 1 have been Edw. Im- DOAN A group of girls atten cellaneous shower for :,Irs. Allan Brink at the Mrs. Dale home a week ago Satu sisting hostesses were «6, 447, 449, 450 and '451, and theVS being no objections written or verbal against said assessments. It wat motioned l>y Morris and seconded by Heiken that the assessments on the RoadB b * date thereof with Interest thereon it toe rate of fire per cent per annum payable annually and on or about promlsory note interest payable sald executed " his for said sum and ,„ ,_., to Kossuth County, Iowa for the — and benefit of the School Fund of said county, ••-•-.. AND WHEREAS, Lloyd Grogs and Sybil Gross, bis wife, on or about the 3rd day of March, 1920 executed •nd delivered to Kossuth coumty, Iowa a mortgage on certain real estate described as_ follows: ' I of the North- menclng Forty Ro'dY Weal? of the ? Southeast Corner of the North- Quarter (NMH), West Ninety .North Seventy-one and one- half SOuthto .halt Rods to E««t Ninety Rods, • '- • " "- ' ' NJjie.ty-nTe (95) Twenty-eight .(2 o'ne- inty"-* one" ' and' ;*nvin.;ji . , TownaElp North,; Range " ~9>e.< ., said e Payment of snid note, mortgage was dnlv ffl offlc of he Itecordr cbuntyr'Idwa in' Land corded in the of Kosmith Mortgage Records "'in ~Boo"k 52, Page oo thereof, ., AND WRKREAS, on or about the 31st .day of December, 1934, the then w W « ne ^ n °a » 8al i d , mort * a «re<l premises • i , default in payment of 'the principal and interest due on said note and .mortgage and said county was about to Institute an action to foreclose said mortgage. er AN i? ff HER »A8*;the then owner of the land offered to convey premises to Kossuth tary. Aywi:- All. Motion. \by Mo- jld" ;and "seconded by Hnskamp that the ' Engineer's report of C. E. Chubb, : Engineer on Joint Drainage District P. A. K. No. 1 be accepted. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded.by Hnskamp that the County Auditor of Palo 'Alto county and the County Auditor of Koisuth county be author- ised and hereby 'directed to spread a 3 -per cent assessment and lands, highways, railroads and any otbei parcels of land in Joint Drainage District P. A. K. No. 1. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgroye that the Joint board adjourn Ay«: All. *:M OlClock V. U. to call of Auditors. O. COTTINGTON, Chairman. E. S. KINSEY, Secretary Auditor'* Office wt, I«w» March Z«, 1*S> Jolit DfBJaare Dl.trlct E. K. No. 4 Pursuant to call of Auditors of Emmet and Kossnth counties, Iowa, the »° nrd .of .Supervisors of said counties met yt » special called session at the Auditors office at Algona, Iowa, at Z.OO o clock p. m. March 28th, 1939 matters pertaining to Joint Drainage District E. K. No. 4 •- SuperTlsors .Ctmdeh, Ellerton and Osher were members present from county. Superrisors McDon ™ rfc Fra8 « r ' Kossu n th * OT * 1 " d . Cosffrove, Morris and onded that Camden .,i.i ried Chalrman of this meeting. Car' ' ** . tnd ' seconded ' that Klnsey, of Koseuth county meeting. Car- f« "led Secretar J' of - - . by ">«'-"»"«t»s-.'of the last m««tln i p oh District Drain .Motion by Ellcrston . ,_ AND oo ,n. county in full settlement eif the debt* by said mortgage, WHEREAS, the Board of r s of ,, Mid eoqnt y did accept said conveyance In 8ald d * bt « nd full said laid L executed and < prem red to then own- thei Koasntb W. E. ;McDONALD, Chairmman E. S. KINSEY, Secretary Auditor'* Office AlRona, Iowa 1:00 O'clock .-.f;,. it. Feb. SI. , Boar*-of Supervisors ' m*t to of Auditor .wlth"-alFmembe7s preseSt. Erlckson, of Swea Anderson of said request township, ed a mis- Struthere day. As- Mesdames named to take part in a district contest at Rockwell City May 3 They are, for first-year, Darlene Conoway, Dick Smith, and — Mi]! ler, with Melvin Marty at alternate; advanced class— Mary Alice Bifi Theo. Hoover, Dean Am rews, and Loyal Young. $ Mr. and Mr. Van Ha is bought a store at Ottos^n ago, are returning to Bou^ will farm the place vscated Arlene Miller. Lillian Lund, with Burnell Wegner as Alternate This contest was to haVe been held this week, but was postponed. Lu Verne is in District 11. Class Play This Week— The juniora have been working hard on their class play, Hold Ev- Sland U the new Kmnas- ,™ v nas- um can be used they will present " ^ id gym was 28 Tf ., i 16 floor of tne sanded early last week, ew of local painters then began fin«. New stage curtate have hung, and they are purple, with a fringe and big letter "L" in gold. The drop curtains are dark tray. sen, -who a year and Clause Krull, threTmileTn'orth of the Doan church. Wm. J. Martinek is driving Plymouth coupe purcliased cently. •Mrs. Waivel Mover was called to sr sister Mrs. 'Claire Robison's, Whlttemore, Saturday "by word of the death of a tbr'eie, .Weeks girl born to the RoD&ons' Count?: Iowa", .qilt claim" deed con- vejing said premises, which deed waa accepted by the Board of Supervisor! "'said county and duly recorded la "'"" — the Recorder 7f Koaauth -jx« - - •• fl > * n Deed Record 74 493, - • '3£3*S±*>-*™'± »™<«« of said in seconded ° USe ' Eath «vllle. low"! E. S. CAMDEN, _ Chairman E. S. KINSEY * *,. County Auditor Auditor'* OfHc« — i _•"••••»• of the record thereof i^&iw&jsr ? 0 ° u ^o 8 w u . TUT tha KAB^ Intoraa* *v» ij. « L . '. interest of said School by a motion made, ' of Supervisors held on the *t f y * J^JS fl ®Mr* the' Bw^^ATp J r'oa H d im'p'r^em^ program- adonted w«h°"o;™ p ™ Tem ^S? of the Local Sick— -. Allen, in Fuller brush en> in Jackson county, Minn., came home late last week sick .with the flu. U. S. Gr^t'ceme* tery sexton, has been confined to home by the same thing. Bessie Schmidt and Patty Conaway r£ turned to school Thursday, after having been absent six weeks as the result of severe flu attacks. Tive to S. S. Convention— The Herman 'Busses, '3urt, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Br:nk spent Friday evening at Bryan Asa's. A Doan bazaar and is ipper announced for April 18 had to be postponed because ol list -week Monday's blizzard .and tie resulting bad roads. Mrs. Alice Suffington, who was to have entertained the Aid Thursday, postponed it till tlis week Thursday because of bad roads iMrs. Helen Nelson has returned to Qmaiha, after a week a Boa are with the form ente, Mr. and .Mrs. H. C. Njlson, till a house the Eckharts are to have vacated May 1. pr s P«H i ^>»*?.:v£: 2? -WU Merke o ,pr . drove to Seenicer Wednesday to P a . ren .^ m .a d e a .business ^ 6tate COUnCl1 &»""• i, v ' education, and Misa , wy* Hawbaker, Elmon remained for all three la8 } y«<*.»t-Harley Hoecl • i • -™ »w» tii* VU.IW daya, the rest returning Wednesday evening. Aged Man Critically Sick— Fred Gronbjjkch, formerly Whit: t.emoTe, is aeripUBly sick at the ,home of his ^u^hter, Mrs. Fred Pergande. iH« l^.JW and has been .in poor h«alith (or 'siotoe years. Mrs. Hoeck .., Lake on a business week Monday. SHrer PlJ* & , Apr. 24-Atr^. Dal lives wltji relativip .here. - * • ..g" thVfouV meson the East and South Sides of Sec- E?»t P ^ (1) , aDn<1 t»>e North wd ^East sides of Section fifteen <18), Grading on the East and South sides of Section one (1) and rra7 veling one (1) mile of highwaT ^'ween sections nineteen (18) Sin K.S ( ^? ) V aU In s »w town- snip, Kossutb County Iowa Seconded by CosgroVeT' Ayes, All; Nays, None. w. E. MCDONALD, Aoditnr'i AJ(OB», WHEREAS, said township be . in R. duly notified of si ,,of the Board of Supervisors " " meeUn8r 8f Baid tJSstliS? ».M WHEREAS, the trustees of 8 «} d Irvlngton township did meet «""• inspecting the property, aw ' e '"''owing properly, to-wTt: Joint tn Motion are V. SullIvAft P. M., l>o*«|* W. B. 8l«eW». 4V. Art " Euge*« , Eugene iColweil, bty. O. F. Town*, bty Ann Duffy, Bvelyn A. Dole, salary <.,. Helen McEnroe. ajiajy, •• Maureen H. Wolfe, Salary .. T. shatto, salary i; A. Barsiou, assessing D 1 . fs~ Settmitntt, bty \V. S. Costrove, coram. tt, «e«- Ch*aS. r "MorrisV comm.' * iiiijan j|u J. H, Fraser, c*mm. * 86»iloB W, B. McDonald, comtn. ft session .; i j.« P. J. Helken, comm. * session 204.2 Henchel Hartman, bty. ...... ,}5.»2 M. J. Duffy, Treag., adv. bty. J46.3J 171.3< 112.09 JLJ, . J\, Jjni CllVUf ' *»BW»-WM"«««3 •• «AA •>«' C. H. Ostwinkle, del. tax. coll 189.B1 Katharine McEvoy, office exp. 4.8J Casey Loss, bd. & lodge prls. 383.14 Witt. Shirley, office exp. . " "" Vera B. Schwletert, salary 64.00 i.TDo9iT?i''<*?fc* em""."..:; IB;|» 59.71 8,«1 6.«3 3.01 62.93 21'.»4 llc2 12.00 l.tO .80 Peter Smldt, bty.' .70 Wayne Sanders, bty J.70 _. A. Wlnkl, office exp. Geo. Holtzbauer, sup, Kennedy A Parsons, sup Lalng ft If uckey, sup. •...- .. tipper Des Molries, printing Whlttemore Champion, print- 'Matt -Parr'dt't ft 'sons'Co'.,' sup. Koch Brothers, J»up. E. -P. r Getch«il. ftp fc39 Standard Bearinr. Co., iup." Glbbg Cook Tractor Co., gup. Itelbach Co., sup. ;.,, ... Itasco Alloy Co.; sup. .....'. Fort Dodge Machine A supl py Oii sp. . V Alemlte C6., 'Sup. ee o., su. ,...., leg Ft. Dodge.Co., BUB. llobc Machine ft Sup, Co., .... ia.li sup'. zio:™ 4.49 .Wilbur Krosch, bty. Chns. Gollner, bty. *"»•*• •?-» ™" v*w»» DMUi t t i t * t ' Xn fin Dukefiart Hughes Tractor Co., * Blip, t ....... * .».,.;..,.., t 1A 7o Allls-Chalmerg,Mfg. CO., «up. 5.40 Peerleyr 01 CO., iup. '..<„. « 2 6 OS Kossuth Oil Co.. .up M g| Dr. No. 4— Dick Baade, labor .70 •M ciift" DoTirie."' bYy." •.";;;;;;;; ii.eo O. O. Anderson, bty H. A. Evans, coroner's fees . . P. A. Danson, j. p. fees 24.10 H. A. Van Alstyne, mash, fees Jack Craig, witness fees .... Janet Craig, witness fees .... Joseph Kobrlger, witness fees Eugene Kobrlger, witness fees F. : A. Newvllle, const, fees . Casey Loss, sheriff fees .... R. W. Dlmler, const, fees . n F. Brady, mayor fees 4.00 Dick Baade, labor ... Theo. Knccht. con-Jt, fe<-H .... 2.61 c H Coooer labor nert Coder, mtg. ..' 4.00 Dr No 20— "" Paul Herizek, mtg. 4.00 Farmers Blev. Co., «up. . J. H. Warburton, mtg 4.00 rj r w o 39 ' up> •• n. F. Edwards, mtg 4.00, Farmers Elev fn aim O. H. LInde, mtg. . f. 1.00 ! WIS 1 "??-/* 1 - 8 ^ ,S°-' BU P- - - • • j.oo 1.00 29.7* 4.10 3.40 •«0 Farmers Blev. Co., «up. .60 : Farrners Elev. Co., sup. , «0mr. No. 12— 1.001, Gleoree Looft, labor .. labor . ,.«J| 9 KK ' T. L. Thdrsor., mtg 1.00 Joe Von Bank, mtg 1.00 J. P. Peterson, mtg J.OO Kossuth County Farm Bureau, approp 1125.0* E. H. Cushman, quar. exp. F. E. Cromer, tax acct. .. Callachan & Co., sup 10.00 Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, O. A. P. Invest ,-. Dick Baade, labor Chas. K. Chubb, engineer Dr. No. 80— r. No. 83— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer Peter R. Chubb, labor .. •15 , Dr. No. 90— 2.12 4.90 4.00 4.00 3.BO 6.01 B.lti 3.20 2..80 E.OO 8.00 7.00 35.00 44.00 »». ,11, JT ULICI nujj, ttaDCoHing . Alo.Uv Chris Dahl. quar. exp 3.30 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co.. sup. .. 73.11 Jenkins Ferpremann Co.. sup. 99.S4 LIBRARY FUND Follett Book Co., sup. ... Book Supply Co.. sup. .... American .Book Co., sup 11.31 Houghton Allftlln Co., sup. .. 9.84 ., . . American Education Press, sup National •• . ....... Education Ass'n', - • ••"**••• .K.I.VIUVI a\>iiciUL| IU, Farmers Elev. Co., sup. Dick Baade, labor . ... C. H. Cooper, labor Concrete Products Corp., «•» Dr SU No.-99-—- -• •_t.ot • Farmers' Elev. Co., sup. r. No. 114— • "••«'' Chas. E. Chubb, engineer . Homer Nolle, labor Peter R. Chubb, labor .... '. labor 12C.7r> 12.45 6.40 5.25 28.CT4 , ..85 Holly School Supply,' s'u'p.''.'. inunker Bros., sup. .. , Wm. Shirley, exp Houghton' Mlftlln Co.. sun. . ...... T INSTITUTE FUND Rljjjfto Loose L«ttf JCo.. fiup.,... COURT POND Matthew C. Grler, court reporter Kelley & Kelley, atL serv „ .. . INSANE FUND ' '' Katharine McEvoy clerks fees Cuscy Loss, sheriff's fees C. H. Cretzmeyer, comm. fees P. A. Dnnson, comm. fees . Dr. T. Egan, witness fees . Mrs. Paul Mulligan, witness Mrs. Patrick ' Muil'lga'n',' 'witness fees M fec M ' A ' Dexter ' witness . , , ,_ T.' B.' FUND Ad^olRh T. Fath, Indem. cat- Kdtw3ard M ''Snil'th,'lndein'.'cat- 1.56 ' 48.11 19.3S ii!s9 j "'7.39' George Looft. labor John Welch., labor >r. No. 168— George Looft, labor ...... John Welch, labor v.?' 1 ^-K- Chubb, .engineer .. 5.25 16.30 A.-K. No. 1— _ ^-?- B. Chubb, engineer .. , Dr. W.-K. No. 68-13«— Howard Klimes. labor Ole Graue, labor Joseph Bstebo, labor 40.00 1.50 12.00 4.00 3.50 10.40 9.10 6.80 7.81 2C.lt! 5.&3 Meyer, med 19.50 . 'Dr. Baslnger, med 7 44 3-80 Dr. Corbln, med .' - ig Jj , .. ' Dr. Janse, med o 00 3 -«« Dr. Kenefick,. med. ........ 1100 o (,/,' ™ rSt iS £• Bar.gston, care *•«"». Mrs. 0. B. Bangston, care I S"," ? < £ t .9 urant . P r ov. . Marvin Vaske, Istlng dogs , .. Wegener, listing dogs Ed Chambers, listing dogs 18 63 P ? Ul Ernst ' 13.05 23.60 masters Urocery, prov. tv nn 5; R ' . Zumach, prov. "•S'.Wr'SJ!?.* Son, prov. . jQroc., prov. " A., prov. 17.00 20.00 5.00 5.90 6.00 8.00 TOO, . I'.oa \ 1400 «« 3.60 . amers, listing dogs g 30 , '- P rov ....... 3.60 Harry Schroedcr, listing dogs 2 50 I Mnl ? a of Groc - prov ....... 36 00 •J-..P: Crowley. listing docs f 7.«n ! ??°?. & ^°«r en - P.roy. . . ...... io.no — —j, listing doers Hartshorn, listing dogs ' Hldersch ei«. --. dogs . Otto Joe Cogly,' 'listing' dogs' George Baas, listing dogs E > H R 'Be t6 d' art ' JIstlnB d '°BS W. C. Stamer. li'stlnD- I d^ K<sO do 7.60 4.40 6.80 .8.80 10.30 1.80 8.60 7.00 18.50 2.70 2.90 1.30 .80 Secretary Office to adjournment present. ^Sr-gT'-'-s™ praise that part' Twenty-seven (27) lows: the ££. and dld not »Po , >atd Sectl g described as fol- of the E. S. CAMDEN, „ Chairman B. S. KINSEY County Auditor Auditor's office Algona. Iowa •:00 o'clock A. A S rU 3 ' 1939 ' £&s3*35BSsessi •t '-'" gaKSsBafiSfi: "' listing V- —. ---^ ••uiuci, ilOllHL A .' ^," s i?. u ' ""ing ?.20 10.00 11.60 fi.70 5,90 9.40 I Wm nk xSJL e ?? h fr- "sting dogs K50 10.00 10.28 ;'.• *!-y«»jerj- fuel -; }>•, Y- ^Jaudaln, fuel r ? nt rent .. rerit 7,00 • 20.00 6.00 Dr. Janse, med Molloi: •uuuoi: by «: Coagrovc than Ayes: all. '' 2:00 o'clock p Board of Sun Pi V Co. of For, pn (ho con' dump boxes tw ; n . yard capati Motion by Coii Morris tlial Store at Algon contract for trucks. Ayes Motion by F.rnscr t), a t 'and dlrecftd Kossuth Y Count one year wit Lessee an as Lessor. an: 514 N 97 Range 27 Ayes: al! Motion by H4 Morris that «,,' tion be ado|>tfd!,. j>i. Jtt.iae, mea 2'TK Hood? C ? efl r°\ med ' - "" -KM' Pnt n..' S- A " P rov - 7800 ^ut j-cate Grocrey, prov -'S5 R« MOO & Sloe-ran n**mr ?«'X? < . Sjogren. prov. Dr. Wallace, med — '•*+•*, U Evans, med. ,?r° u . rne ' c . Chas. Jones, med. . - ; 78.00 85.86 12.00 37^25 19.00 •l.OO 3.00 SO'.BO 80.00 17.00 75.00 8.00 and t. , an and family. Ayes YT ^*aleS, t.anii^ UOUS dogs Junkerme 'er, listing Milton Carlson; 'listing' dogs ' 8 80 H, M. Smith sal'aVv •loou.OC §o?iSs«£^ : :::i IH nncknf *», *i ^r/,i •*««*** ueiu BUD&e- I •**'• * * •**jCa; «.«*-« ~ ™ "° "^ gated metal Motion b by Helkeu ^uer^affl^ ^ *» ^ttf^^* i &.F°. 8 £5 OT « «?d seconded -?«*»>« received aud waB*lau?«i™? . Motion by Ooa « n ^ ._„ . ' . wS, 6 ^•?!? e .» > . Patrol.' 01 ' " SJ'SS I W. T. Meyers' Groc,i P ^V"-" &orensen Grocery, prov '' te^a^f^r ' • &• Worton A Son fiiAi KntofnvtA -r . kj **'*l AiltS I !«00 . visors of Kos8uth doelrousJo formaner.t hold by Kossuth C described, and •\VHBREAS, o HI. 1939, the Iowa in sessl,, Bonrd of Supen, County, Iowa, toi of $40.00 per acre! col of Permanent! Northeast Quar Southeast Quarter! 10 Township 100 Township, KOSS and WHEREAS. ... Kossuth County, offer of HO.OO perl described properti THEREFORE Jil ed that W. E. of the Board of I octod and authorld acknowledge for ( Kossuth County, I and Quit Claim f ance 'to L.'-J,"~ County, Iowa. Nortlieast Quart Southeast Quarter! 10 Township 100 the fit h P. M.. forj One Thousand Sli| i-s ((1,601.00) i Voting Nays: Votins Ayes: W. E. McDonald Chns. Morris P. ' T ' Helken Resolution detM 11th rlay of A Motion by by Heiken tha of Conveyance eu McDonald sts Chalrl of Supervisors Iowa, on the llth to L. J. Harsen, I yt. Town, and cow( The Northeast the Southeast Section 10 Tow West of the 5tli eratlon of One dred One Dollars I proved by the " On motion "' J^ISfgSJo^'rSS 1 -' ^T'wYnWtn?" 1 '' §ss sag ^ "'"•--• S ^ ffii?^;::::::: : . Galbralth, rent A M,.' n .... r «»":::: o«j «n««w«u iue euncrac 1 ^_ d ,%'?"«?,»• 'or the Fuchsen, 98.70 nt Thursday and | * MQ&'O^ trip to , spent 's. Mr - . t ,^^ 0 f^^&fy^^ „ —c- T-X <>f| or ivos,sutb counts. Iowa •-- .?_«fc«>.. Slgn|ed. : Tnibructe<l •nd'^Wct* ii c a}8Sa^W B ' ii * e l**SHPi.- I l-^tyol ilferi^" 101 ' 1 * 11 **H s ./W. : p, ^DONALD, i ^^^MffS^\ « v.be 'aDbcdxerl .sEIi!J s T«S_.r I V.V§ 1 , le Dun- ^*ifi? .ATM: Ail. TST ,b$wriMags rented .'aBd-W^ 'iS*»lJ^ti**P ^*? J 6 '!??:! .... - ' CoBntr^lnrtU?.- NoVthwW ™v.» •.•« junrjow, natrni ' • »».ou I^,»^^S-' 'atrpl 96.60 106.00 3 -«0 I 1 2:00 O'clock P. 1 - The Kossuth- Supervisors, Heiken, •Fra ser ' i Drainage Atf ^ County Auditor' a special called i owners in 80 for the pu clean-out of Drainage After all heard from proposed clean ' was taken with I suits: .Those voting; the clean out we hue, W. Payne i Those voting no | clean out w strom, Drew, Briggs, Husvick Mahon. Motion by Morn by Fraser that the vote for and posal, that ther action taken at PW»pos.ed clean < nma.M. Pitt'me^carV' ; " STuiiSS''^*^ «»» ? Mar; *cMuii«T Cennedy <f.50 70.80 15.00 40.00 8,00 a.or **- .«w **mW] •*«& ^ -^iM-^S 1 ^^.S: 3? Hy.^t^hf ..... I4P c*re —™VL* ff* U r S? 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