Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1939 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 4, 1939
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PAOB EIGHT KOflflttTH COPNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. tOWA Mixed Foursomes Play— The mixed two-ball foursomes held at the Algona Country club grounds Wednesday evening were attended -by 83 men and women. Tournament .play, began at 5 o'clock and prizes were awarded as follows: (Low score, Robert Williams, Mrs. Craig Smith; Bogey prizes, Eugene MeMahon, Mary Ann Smith, Burt, Mrs. J. L. Bonar Dr. Karl R. Hoffman, Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Albert Orauzow, Jos. E. Lynch, Mrs. D. E. Dewel; high score on certain holes, Richard Post, Katherlne Streit, Fred . Tfflim, Mrs. Forest Twogood, C. E. vPriebe, Mrs. Lily Meyers; high score, Jim Bishop, Donnabell Mer- rffn; prizes for odd happenings, Mrs. Joseph Lynch, Ralph Miller, Alice Payne, Helen Corey. A little German band, composed of five St. Cecelia academy boys, played on the grounds durlng^the golfing, •which was folio-wed by an 8:30 buffet supper In the clubhouse. Mary Ann Smith, Burt, gave a vocal were honorees solo, and Ruth Fleming, Whitte- luncheon Friday more, gave a dancing number. Mary Ennchey Is Bride- Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey, and Wayne Smith, Algona, were married Saturday evening at 8:30 by the Rev. A. A. English,, in a single-ring ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. The bride was attired In a blue crepe street-length dress, with a corsage of tea roses. Her attendant, Helen Erickson, wore a dusty- rose lace street-length dress. The bridegroom was attended by Lyle Runchey, brother of the bride " A cousin of the bride, Verabel Ulfers. played Lohengrin's wedding march. The room was decorated with an arch of flowers. The bride was graduated from the local high school in 1938, and the bridegroom was graduated here 1936, and since that time he has B. Murtagh were co-hostesses at 6:30 dinner Saturday evening hon oring Mrs. Harry Moore, San An tonio. Tex., who is visiting here The party took place at the Har rington home with 19 women at tending. Mrs. W. B. Quarton wo high at bridge, Ella Thompsoi high at anagrams, and Mrs. Moor was presented with a guest prize Saul Talks at Knncroftr— Major and Mrs. Leslie T. Saul Mr. and Mrs. Pelisek, and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage attended the .joint county Legion and Auxiliarj meeting Thursday evening at Ban croft. Major Saul gave a talk 01 conditions in Europe. Eighth Dis trict Commander Graham, Foresl City, also was on the program. Tarty Honors Visitors- Mrs. Sidney Laird, Hollywood, Calif., daughter Jane, and Mrs, Vera Chrlstensen, Tucson, \Arlz., with the later's daughter Joyce, one o'clock Mrs. H A. at at . . French's, Tltonka, and Algona women attending were Mrs. H. M. Potter and Mrs. M. J. Streit. Cribbage Club Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fried entertained their Cribbage club Friday evening, four men and four been employed creamery. at the Algona A wedding supper was served at the Runchey home to 20 guests, after which the newlyweds left on a short wedding trip to Minnesota. Lotts Creek Lassies Meet— The Lotts Creek Lassies 4-H £lUD was met at Ruth Melfle's last Wednesday, and roll call was answered by eight members, each of whom named "all the birds I know". Talks were given bv Colons Potratz, on "One keep" clean A S ,.? Vor T th two make clean," and by ~f • „,„ v^ a ° kJ ,°^ the cor rect way A song, Come - -ig. Ruth Meine -and Gertrude Kuecker were chosen •demonstration team for Achievement day. The rest of the afternoon was spent at making record mi T ory v b ? oks ' The next meeting will be held at Gertrude Kuecker's. Past Matrons Visit Home- Twenty past matrons of the local O. E. S. made a trip to the Ma- of washing dishes. : Fair> women attending. The group had seven o'clock chicken dinner at The Chrome, then played Cribbage at the Fried home. Prizes were won by Henry Guderian and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes. Flower Club to Plcnlck— The Kossuth. Flower club will meet at the Call state park next Monday night at 6:30 for a picnic supper. At the program for the evening roll call will be, Mistakes I Made in Planning My Garden. 1 Glenn Raney will talk on herbs, and Mrs. Willis Cotton, Lone Rock; will give a paper. Mrs. Arm iu Schultz Showered— Mrs. E. D. Sheehan and Mrs. L. S. Muckey entertarhed at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday' at the Mrs. Alfred Schultz home in honor of Mrs. Armin Schultz. There were 20 guests, and the afternoon was spent at hemming dish towels. Shower for Saturday Bride— ' Mrs. John Ulfers 'entertained at a miscellanous shower last week Sunday in honor of her niece, Mary Runchey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Runchey, who was married Saturday evening to Wayne Smith Algona. There were 20 guests. Birthday is Celebrated— Mrs. Kenneth Harris had a birthday anniversary last week luesday, and the other members of the Stitch and Chatter club helped her celebrate. The group had lunch at the Algonquin Confectionery. MICKIE SAYS-. SHUCKS! -rtV BOSS IS At A STACK. OF SittS PER- PAPER, FOLKS WWOOVE \VOUU> PAV UP, ME ^y WWMVt/IM I ,\ WAFTA ^ wow * Iowa Cnl«rt ft pipe Company, supplies Drain No. lie— P.'S. Norton ^A Son, supplies Moore, & Moore, supplies ____ tW«ln II. K. No. IS-isL Charles A. Anderson. Inbor . nrajn W. K. N«. i-it— Buffalo Center Lumber Company, supplies ..... ........ £ '"Jn, W. K. No. Sfl-W- Buffalo Center Lumber Company, supplies ____ . ....... , l - o - «»-« John A. Forthum, labor Olaf Davidson, 'labor Gilbert Alfson, labor Hieter, Dwight Potter, his child•en, the Emory Kookers, the Robrt Clarks, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'otter, Mrs. Victor Applegate, her hildren, the Scott Moores, the ohn Frasers, Mr. and Mrs. Ben •otter, son Dick, Algona. The visitors were Arnold Emory, 5es Moines; Esther Blohn, Reln- eck; and a Mr. Ganley, Emmeta- urg. 51.00 1.53 1.50 3.30 .IS 2.38 10.73 5.83 Anfund Brekke,"labor : '.'.'.'.'.'.','. it'll m . , Poor Fund District No. 1— Jfra. A. 1C. Bangston, care.... >VMttemoro Farmers Cream _ cry, provisions Rakers Dairy, provisions ... K. D. James, supplies' District No. 2— Dr. Cretfcmcycr, medicine .... u .w Dr. Andrews, medicine 13.00 Barkers Drug Store, medical supplies General Hospital, cnre Kossuth Hospital, y 1 ™ J?.?.» s !?n.'' «"t'"!"!::::: 10:80 10.00 20.00 2 85 9.10 1.02 5.00 fjosplti'l. ' hospital 1.10 12.00 70.W Dr. Richardson, medicine .. . lasbendcrs, provisions ... District .No. 4— Kosslith Hospital, hospital r .,Ti7r ?. rocer y. Provisions".... ™islo ment Store ' pro ' O. P. McDonald,'' it'u'e'l Augusta Belt?,, care'!.! 0.00 tt.OO 214.50 20.00 8.00 0.00 20.01) 15.50 10.00 BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa June 12, 1939 :00 O'clock A. M. Board of Supervisors met In re«u- r session with the following mJta- •rs present: McDonald, Morris, Frao*n asrrove and Heiken. Absent: The minutes of the last -regular session- and all 'adjourned sessions, were rend by the secretary. Motion by Cosgrove .-and seconded by- Heiken that the minutes of the last regular session and all adjourned sessions be approved as read by the secretary. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Helken that Fraser make necessary repairs on the following drain- District No. ^_ car"" 1 Ho8 P ita1 ' hospital S. & S. Grocery','provision's".'.'. l5'66 g. 1 ™ 36 ". provisions M Too Mrs. Allda Dawson, care General— 32.130 4.00 20.00 Bertha Detman, labor ....... 7.10 A™ & Blos ?°m Insurance Agency, premium .... ' ...... execute a Quit Clalhi Deed to the Jfcm Owner* tioan Corp.) conveying I,o 1 Block 8 Original Plat 6f Lakoui, inc.. In consideration of the payment of $21 and that W. E. McDonald, chairman df the board of supervisors, exccut nncl .acknowledge same. Ayes! All. On motion board adjourned to cal of the auditor. w. H. MCDONALD, Chairman B. S. KINSHV Secretary Auditor'* Office . 21»t, 1:00 O'Oloek P. M. Board of Supervisors mot pursuant to adjournment with 1 all .-members present,'and proceeded'to act-us Bortrd ol Canvassers to canvass till 1 voto.of the special election held In Kossuth county, Iowa, .Tune 19th. 1039, the following special proposition Ivtta voted on all the C , County Furm_ Walsh supplies P ™]k sEle ' tVl ' c '' Company,'' sup- UM S£?.^ n .^.'.'iabor':::::::::: ..„ & Iron Works, 20.45 ° Piles Company,. Corporation,'' 's'up- y, sup- R. H. M'alker," su'ppii'e's 1 IIlo Chemical be approved for Paul Blnm- " on the W% SB% of Section 16, Township 94 Range 28. Ayes: All. _ Motion by Helken and seconded by Fraser ttlat the 1939 personal property valuations for Kossuth county be adjusted as follows: Decrease . Grahams Department ' "store, su • . •••'-• supplies • „., f,,.. .•••- . < 'Herbert Pttliuer, labor ...... •'-" - LT for all allowed at to wriSr MCDONALD. Chairman E. S. KINSEV. Secretary Auditor'* OKlo* 10 pet. 0 pet. Burt Township— Mules 3 years old Fenton Township— Horses 3 yrs. old Eagle Township— Mules 2 years old Irvington Township— Mules 1 year old Portland Township— Horses 3 years old Mnles 3 years old Sherman Township— Mules 2 years old Swine Union Township— wSiS! ? ,L ear9 °, ld 10 » PCt 34 pet. 58 pet. 9 pet. 15 pet. 34 pet. 11 pet. have dinner with the Home mem-| n bers. In the party were Mesdames I .Alice Hutchins, Delia McDonald, , , Maude Free, Mary White, Leora St John, Elvira Monlux, Minnie Long, — > —« * " «•* *fJ.L*ii* U..Y, IVAlllIim -LjUUii 1 p f, —- ww ^i*»,v-» irCfclLJ Delia McCullough, Violet Ben- a friends in the afternoon. Marcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cowan, was ,one year old r and In honor of the occa- - sion her mother entertained at a family dinner, and also entertain- entertain- rt, -i t ' —^ *••**' i-**t,in,- ivri'e er, Ethel Loss, Laura Chubb, Mil- L,i • lie Klamp, Martha McWhorter t , wo ™ erl Thursday afternoon, Viva Peterson, Hazel Lusby and hono ';' n S Mr s- Clara Klahr. Bridge rr f •**.. . *-u"^ t lltlll IVna f n n rll im *, ~ i-. ~- •» •• »--. . _. Helen Bishop. .Trinity Y. P. Annual Banquet— . The Trinity Lutheran young Seople held their annual banquet Wednesday evening at the church, 35 attending. Ships, large and small, were used in the decoration theme. A large brown wooden ship was used for centerpiece of the main table which expressed the centennial character of the Lu- :£heran churches. The Rev. P. J. Braner was toastmaster at a three-course dinner, and toasts were given by Elda Lavrenz, Elfrieda and Helen Paetz, James Stebbins, and Elfrieda Lehman. Party Honors Former Algonian— Mrs. T. H. Chrlschilles entertained at 7 o'clock dinner and* bridge Thursday evening honoring Mrs. Vera Christensen, of Tucson, Ariz. Four tables were in play, Mrs. H. M. Potter winning high, Mrs. J. L. Bonar, second. Mrs. Christensen was presented with a guest prize. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. W. L. Hagerhorst, Eagle Grove, guest of Mrs. N. C. Rice; and Mrs. Ralph Menzel, Enid, Okla., who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Stik-h & Chatter Club Meets- Mrs. Vern Storm entertained her sewing club Thursday. The club, organized about two years ago, was named Stitch and Chatter club at this meeting. Heretofore it did not have a name. After an afternoon of sewing, the eight members had lunch at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Members are Mes- danies Kenneth Harris, George Harris, Vernon Storm, J. B. Winkel, Harold Hardeuburgh, M. W. Jacobson, Murl Potter, and Harley Troutman. Shower for Helen Kedemske— A miscellaneous shower was' given at Mrs. C. H. Redemske's Thursday for her daughter Helen, who will be married sometime this month to Kenneth Strlckler. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames A. A. Fisher, Henry Stebritz, and Arnold Elbert. There were 22 guests. Miss Redemske was graduated from the local high school in 1935, and Mr. Strickler is employed at the Rising elevator. Another Marion Corey Shower- Mrs. Edythe Dailey and Mrs. William Dailey, the latter of Des Moines, were hostesses at a 'personal' shower Thursday evening honoring Marlon Corey, who was married Sunday to Everett Rekers, Algona. A group of 12 guests were entertained at 8 o'clock dinner at Cook's, after which gifts were opened by candlelight at Mrs. Dai- was the diversion. Mrs. Klahr lives with her daughter Mrs. George St. John. Other Society. Mrs. George Scuffham entertained the Royal Neighbor : club last week Tuesday, Mrs. Elmer Phillips and Mrs. Edw. Hopkins assisting. Four tables of bridge were in Play, and prizes went to Mrs : ' H W. Post, Mrs. B. H. Potter, and Mrs. Elliot Skilling. Five women from the local Methodist Aid went to Buffalo Center Thursday to attend an Aid meeting there. They were Mesdames Herschel Thompson, Mary Runchey, W. A. Dutton, C. L. Ingersoll, and A. A. Bishop. Mrs. W. E. McDonald entertained the Eightsome bridge club Friday evening. Three tables were in play, guests of the club being Mrs Maude Free, Mrs. L. F. Rice, and Mrs. L. A. Copp. The club does not give prizes. The Baptist Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the country home of Mrs. Leslie Jenkins, and assisting hostesses will be Mesdames Paul Black, Alvin Hill, Jesse Riddle, and N. H. Bolin. The Baptist Royal Ambassadors will meet Friday evening at 7:45 in the lecture room at the church. Mrs. Paul Danson entertained eight women Friday. ley's apartment, been honoree at showers. Mrs. Rekers has six pre-nnptial Texts Visitor Is H«Bor«4— Mrs. Mae Harrington and Mrs. C. RANEY FAMILY HAS ANNUAL MEET HERE AT FAIR GROUNDS [Held from last week.] The annual Haney reunion was held Sunday at the fairgrounds, 110 relatives and three visitors attending: Mrs. Mabel Foxwell, Olympia, Wash., daughter Geraldine; the Gauleys, Emmetoburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rauey, West Union; Mrs. F. W. Cairy, Sioux City, and daughters Louise and Betty; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raney, the Guy and Herbert Raneys, and the, Rasmus Olsons, Livermore; the Ernest Raneys, Rutland; Mrs. Charles Clark, the Leo Clarks, the Ben Hartzells, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch and the Forbus Stiltz family, Bode; Robert Skillings, Irvington; Mrs. Jesse Schmidt, Ruthven, son Durwood; the George Johnsons, Titonka; the Hoyt Raneys, Mrs. Robert Moore and daughters, Wesley; Mrs. Flora Raney, Lu Verne, soa Forrest; the Donald Clarks, Corwltn. The Alvin Nelsons, Rlngsted; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney, Mrs. Cora Raney, the Hugh Raneys, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Raney, tne Glen and seconded by 10:00 $' 5jy° urm n«»t A. 1939 present.. Sealed' bid* on "* met p with all member construction of i and seconded by Motion by Helken and seconded' C»f S.rove that,Da.ve Lef fert t,* ap pointed as enslneer to make report rVe ° • • " 20 nmih -a) and submit a report of r Um Lee, Frank Blair 9 tto and family. Tom Shoopmau and family MHllin, Mr. and Mrs A -lr n , it ,, " J a ', AT1 *' UUU 1M.IH. A. \ehslge and family, William Mc- Mnley Anderson. Ayes: All. Motion hy Morris nnd seconded by be S ad°op 6 te!£ at the followln & "solution Brnnlntion . recent legislation trans- the duties of the County H rf-^T Relief Administration to and Cmaty Board of Socl <H Welfare, the Board of Supervis- - 1 - 1 - county desires to of (W ferred n of msi-cuy appointed as agent to conduct the surplus commodities Bulletin No. "?• 'ssued on June 2, 19S9, by the foTe? Aye?- Alf rlment ° £ S °' :lal W "~ i^^'i^S™^, 8 '' c °ny of a resolution '""""•' *- the Board of Supervisors n,ln of K-«n June 1939* eollnty ' ou the day of w. K. MCDONALD, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Attest: E. S. KINSHY, Auditor r> n *, i Tn , otlftn board proceeded to audit "," d . allow bills as -per Schedule of Claims Hereinafter Written " posmaster, Company telephone sJrviue w. W. Sullivan, postage posmaster, Hurt Monitor,' ' prlntYn'ij trUI ' uUuC Prntt Electric 'CouipanyV'sup- Stnndard '6'ii''Company,'' sup- Krusc & Blossom insurance Agency, premium t-iirl Junior Glesking, bounty Meuuo Folkerts, bounty Peter iMou, bounty ...... Henry Hahn, bounty Elmer Madetzke, bounty '. beorge Graarn, bounty iu 1 ' 1 ' Bergsren ' "Sent, prem- Joseph Herman,' apiary' iu'a'p'e'e- tion 0. S. Nelson, meeting's"!!!!!' II. H. Dreyer, meetings 1. M. Christeusou, meetings . Alex Radlg, meetings U. ti. Johnson, meetings .... T. B. Fund Dr M. I. Lichtcr, T. B. Inspec- Clem J. cattle Construction i'und J. J. Merrymau, bridge wort 100. Ilickey, labor Oordon Christiansen, labor . Lu Verne News, printing Burt Monitor, printing Loue Itock Exchange, supplies Maintenance Fund Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, telephone service ^. iu K. D. James, supplies 504.00 J. A. Huff, labor Elsbecker, Indem. 5.00 92.18 10.00 8.08 2.06 2.47 10.32 10.M 1.80 .GO 7.70 .00 1.00 .60 150.00 40-.72 5.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 228.10 10.80 120.00 15.00 15.00 10.20 40.8f 210.71 h-'n andl seconded \by -that Cosgrove make necessary Ayes™AU°' Dralnase ' District Noi 201 motion^ board: adjourned' to> 2. E:. 3. KiNamr, County Auditor Auditor's Office June 13; 1«SO »:00 O'clock; B:. ». Sealed bids- filed, -were opene'd and' Donald 88 dlrected Shall the County fit Kossuth In I lie State of Iowa construct and equip ( new County Home for an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 and levy a tax on all taxable property within -snli County for 'the year 1039 payable In 1040 at a rate not to exceed one and one-fourth (1%) mills on the dollar of taxable valuation In addition to all other taxes to pay for the construction and eqnlping of said County Home. The total number of votes cast were Fifteen Hundred Ninety-three (IfflKt; of which there were Twelve Hundred Eighty-nine (1280) votea for the proposition and Three Hundred Four (304) votes against the propoaltlou Attested: H. S. KINSBV, County Auditor. W. E. McDonald, Chairman J. H. Fraaer Chas. Morrlrs I\ J. Helken W. S. Cosgrove Motion by Morris and seconded by Cosgrove that E. S. Klnsey, county auditor be and he" Is hereby directed to cause notice of publication of the above certified canvass of votes iu the Algona Upper Des Molues. a Kossuth county newspaper for three consecutive weeks. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris ana seconded by Helkcn that August 2, 1039 at 1:00 O'clock P. M., at the Court House In Algona, Ipwa, be the date and place 40.41 set tor receiving bids and letting for construction of new County Home building. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Cosgrove that July 3rd, 1939 at 1:00 O'clock P. M. be set for date of hearing on proposed plans and specifications and proposed forms of contract, which have heretofore been 169.94 adopted by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, Algona, 10.12 for , the following Improvements, the estimated cost of which is $50,000.00; he structure contemplated consists of erection of a County Home in Kossuth county, Iowa. At said hearing Interested persons may appear and file objections to the proposed plans, specification* .or contract form, or cost of : such improvements. .;;'• .-'• . ' .- . ; . :.-.. " -Datei! '.at---Algona, Iowa , this 1 21st da £' •£* June - 1939 - Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded' by "——- that the application for Class permit and bond, also appllca- '»' cigarette permit and bond of , - Olngler, Lottg Creek, be approv- eu. Ayes: AH. Motion by Morris nnd seconded by Cosgrove that the application for a Cigarette permit and bond of Mrs. O. A. Anderson, North Algona, be approved. Ayes: AH. "-"- ' Heiken and seconded by Eva Brandow be {riven a ..--.^j-35 for Old Age Pension Sis twice, receipts No. 6294 and on <He for 1934. Ayes: All. oy Cosgrove and seconded Je contractors bond for the amount of »i «-- i." a PP«>ved. Ayesr AH. Motion by Fraser and seconded by CosgTove that the application for Class •* •—- permit and bond, also ap- for cigarette oerxntt and William* B. Devfne, St. Jo- "Pprwred. Ayes: AH. " igrove .and seconded - — the application for b 2* P*«"'t nnfl bond, and :anork for cigarette permit of Mary HcKinma, St. Benebe.. approved.. Ayesr ^AH. ^K ?"J5! t * seT '' attd seconded by that the application, for Class permit and bond, also ap- for cigarette permit aa U. R Frank! °e approved.. Alyes: AIL <pi M 2!:!.1* 63 L '"''aser and seconded: b """"""* that. Che application fc mV -i.i. P**™'* and bond of Paw Hrns. Klverdale township, approved!* Ayes: AIL by • Fraser and secondfed by 14 A . .*KA. «.«.«.(*«^_ ^1 _• _ . , f 12.00 60.03 Mc- .Motlom by Morris and. secondetl by Cosgrove that C. A.- Emery 'be uTvard- ed the gravel contract for Brawling*ii Koa s"th county for 1930. Ayoi: *ii All. . Motion by Heikeu. and' secomle.1 by raser that . , th , Bt refund of BloHon by Cosgr J r ra 2 er that tne Bn and dlc *- U hereby .directed id c*B» notice of publication la c6<iht* offlc »1 mhfttai of treasurers ccSil-armuftl report. Motion 'by, .Morrto and seconded, fey, Helken that n Paupers Notice be served on the following persons: A, Hmistadtund fami; a — ->— er and family, Del cry neamnn, Ayes Motion by Coscrove and Seconded " ~ - * A, Wlnkel proceed proceedings against along the 1 east »M6 , y; Rudolph Spring' lbert Johnion; Km- All. th by Fraaer that L. with condemnation the Right of Way of Leon A. Barf lou. and the, Edla Ovens property lo !nted In Section 13 Harrison townstlp, Sec. 13-100-28, Kossuth county. There being no this, time,. It -was. ouclcd that board Ayes: All. tnr(.her , business at 'motioned'/and. sec- adJotifD. S. KINSttY, . County. Auditor; W. E. MCDONALD, Chairman. Motion by Morr s anrl seconded by Helkcn that the a >plicatlon for Class 'B" Beer permit O. Bailey, Seneca, All. and hond of Cecil be approved. Ayes: Official InbllcBtloB, NOTICE Tl) BIDDERS Sealed proposals for the County Home Building to be erected 'In Kossuth county, Iowa, will .be received 'by the dmnty of Koasuth, State of Iowa, ir County Auditor, til 1:00 o'clock the office of the E. S. Klnaey, un- p. m., August 2, opened and read and made a parl Kossuth county, sealed envelopes name of the b!dd file at the office Auditor and Keffer Architects, 202 cured by contra Architects on 01 1939, upon dept siting with be returned to to the Architect's is;stated 'in the' documents. No bidder may for at least thirl scheduled closing celpt of bids. a preference will After -the bids, examined by the » I '' • ,,! !* , !< "? ,- v »v ', ,. . i'.. • ', 1039, .at which t me and 'place all bids received yflll be publicly aloud. All bids submitted shall be made on the printed lorms attached to of the proposed contract documents. Bids shall be addressed and delivered to the County Auditor of formalities In Mck. At Algori*; IqtfA, this diy of June, 198». >iy > By order of the fioaf <( of Supervisors of County of Koflguth, State of to**. % ; ' c . . , (Signed) E. S. KlNSfiY, ( Auditor". i?o BUI HOME «t BAROALN All modern 9-room house, i bedroom 1st floor, 4 bed' rooms and'bath 2nd floor. 2 lots. Will sell for $2,700.00 Homes priced like this don't stay on market! JOEL M. 1IERBST Real Estate and Insanince State of Iowa, in marked with the The contract ('ocnments are on of the 'County and Jones Masonic Temple Des Moines, lowu, and may be se- Btors from '~the after July 10, the the Architects the sum of f 10.00 full amount of v'hich deposit will jontractors upon the return of contract documents office. The character and amount of security to be subnjtted by, bidders '" •••»'•'"''"' •'•-- tv - jroposed' .contract withdraw, his bid :y days-'after the time for the re- By virtue of stitutory authority, be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced wjthin the State of Iowa. are opened' and 1 Board of' Super*visors, said Board may toy resold tlon declare who is the lowest Did- der, and may defer the award' of said contract .pending necessary details. The Board of serves the right all bids received Supervisors' re* to reject any or and to waive- in- Morris •tlM* j .-tb» «Bpll««Uon foe -clg reette permit and bond of Sidney fiilber. North Algpona, be approved •Motion by eosgrove and seconded by the seta-annual repor Morris that - r M. J. Duffy, county treasurer e approved. Ayes: AH. • Motion by Heiken and seconded by raser that the' County Auditor be. ani »KMI^AJ«*UAI;. UHOBX' OW Motor Vehicle Use Tax Permanent School ... Temporary School ... General State Itevenue STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS ttY Balance- Balance l^kySP R . ec . c . 1 ^ DisburMmeute *?JL-a. u»ai» 1,71G.<* 23,760.30. 5,880.41 89,749.41 Soldier's Bonus .'.'.'.'.'.'..' 2,'650J2 Bo'vine^.,^. 1131 . 0 .?:.:;::::;: T1 ^ General jiounty 14',057'.57' ......... iiuov o< County Cash Koad Bond ..... 2l',(!3ol8»i Court Expense ------ .... County Poor County School 3011.33 12,17481 ' otate Insane .... ........... Soldier's Relief ...... ....... V.V. Advance Taxes ......... Secondary Koad Construction. Secondary Koad Maintenance T,50ft«0, 1,314.28 5|,212.83 '25»i50' 48^4 51,209.61 13,054.60 o,o:ia«i 29,000^5, ff,575a,8 *m,909.54 0,783.10 T.ODOJW 5,155.78 7,305:31 1,415.4 . . Animal .............. 355801 Domestic ISincrgency Pair Grounds ..'.'..'.'.'.'.'."'"'" Homestead Exemption '.'.' Assessments 'on' 'Bank 'Deposits' Primary Koad Bond Redeinp. . School Districts Library Secondary Uoad Redemption Secondary Koad Assessments .' Cemetery City Specials " Corporation. Funds School Dist. Funds ...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 352.04. 80,122.37 37;onr.os: 2,001^8. 107.82. 3,225,88. 121,038.0tt 3,026.15 55.54 133.23 100.00 40Z.47; 170.48 186.43: 217.9ft 6,110.05 rrl. Sec. Roads . 1030- Tax Refund Total Bui Overdrafts Total 2,200.28 53,100.07 102.50 3,340.24 93,375.00 2,423.00 1,137.43 2,085.41 32,189.38 253,234.00 23,433.80 9.88 59.42 1» 1 ^^ •!••»«. •!.»., tJiT.tf, Bulances 501,004.82 20T.2«» .$500,797.56 1902,632.41 823^1 46,202.30 22.814.TT 1,242.99 25,722.62 7,418.03 8,303.07 1,801.92 351.66 40,733^8 65,725.89 417^0 3,237.68 1300.18 83^71 45 J6 3,340 24 03I167.50 4GUJJ1 1,152.02 2,700.88 32,182.27 247,113.45 19,755.1)8 JS18.381.42 2,047.91 135,650.03 12,002.60 Xl,* 6.398.U1 19,064.88 Overdrafts showa by '(*') KECEIPT8 AND IHSBUBSEBCKKT8 RECEIPTS On hand Jan. 1st, 11)39 ... » From Current Taxes 1D88 * From Delinquent Taxes Penalty,. Interest & Costs '.'.'.". Drainage Taxes City Specials Highway Receipts Gasoline Taxes Old Age Pension '.'. Assessments on Bank Deposits ..'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'!'.'."• 8,80(1.95 15.B21.54 356.43 9,433.% 1,455.3 108,80 100,227.05 93,003.20 6,167.26 22.901.00 1,299.00 39.50 100.07 307.50 1.1U 170.48 2,423.09 171.20 433.51 0.117.1U 43,676.50 9U,346.U1 fll.10* 0.88 59.42 645,109.71 81.10* $015,08-1.05 23.18 44 0( Lease & Lease, supplies 10 7( John Harrlnga, labor Stott Hardware, supplies .. Moore & Moore, supplies ... „.,„ F. S. Norton & Son, supplies 131 Druin No. DruluuKO fund Stott Hardware, supplies Brain No. 7— Stott Hardware, supplies Druin No. 20— Stott Hardware, supplies Drain No. 83— Stott Hardware, supplies Drain No. 68— 8.31 2.14 3.57 1.07 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies 1842 Drain No. 75— F. S. Norton & Son, supplies Rudolph Tletz, labor .... Joseph B. Leininger, labor Louis Hackbarth, labor 8.47 5 25 a?5 700 , ..... John Leininger, labor . 19 nn " , Drain No." 78— Baneys, Mr. aad Mrs. Newton »«»*» NO. 114- D' alk Norton & Son ' suppUes Btott Hardware, supplies .. supplies ............. Drain No. »»— .......... Stptt Hardware, supplies ... 18.8T Motor Carrier Primary Road Bond Hedempt'.".'.'. '.'.'.'.'. Cigarette Licenses Beer Licenses Principal of School Fund''.'. Interest on School Fund Teachers Examination Fees Snle of Motor Vehicle Licenses .'.','.'.'. Fines from Clerk of Court Fines from Other Officers '. Dog Licenses of Patients at 8,878.45 1,445.67 21,091.72 2,985.41 2,423.0!) 39,204.03 253.5U 3,340.24 e r.-vr~i— - w x Institutions I £ atlei) ts at County Institutions of Produce from County IPnrm . ' of 25.0(1 150.00 4,903.00 1,314.28 102.60 94.S20.W 702.511 150.0C 2.1187.00 Fees from County Auditor .. Fees from County Treasurer Fees from County Recorder 21U.04 2,772.',)!) 115.00 154.33 5.05 frcon Clerk of District Court Fees from Sheriff Use Tax Homestead Exemption '.'.'.'.'.' Advance Taxes '•" Miscellaneous Receipts Transfers—Auto Fees ' " Other Transfers .'.'.'. Total Accounted for 095.00 104.05 - 3,35p.W Count Receipts DISBUKSMMBNTS Interest on County Bonds Primar;- " ' — - — Primary Road. Bonds Redeemed £?£ re !' ° n _,? ri """-y Bead Bond Ci BINDER TWINE Standard $3.38, 50-lb. bales Coast-to-Coast Store Small Up to Loans $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LIVi; STOCK HOUSEHOLD FIBNITURE,. ETC:. Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO Next to Upper les Moines office Phone 125 WE STILL SJT TOCTABE ENTITLED THE I ACTS The proof of the TO KMOW ways in the eating. itn, in PUdUtttg Is al- Why not know you have the beiit, A&6KWTA DfSUBANCE AGENCY auto- Insurance Is your guarantee of perfecled claim lerv- 1C6. Full coverage 4 non restricted aUt ° moblle CATTLE FLY SPRAY Killer 59c Gallon t.. In your container. Coa»t-to-Coa«t , Store WE'RE COMPLIMENT! *« on the enthusias the motorists we appreciate St Super Service 303 K. state Phone 798 -FOR SERVICE—^ White flannel trousers—pastel chiffon dresses—sim., mer Is,the time when -men •. and women wear lirht efothes that require our careful elemralng serriet. 681 Is the number to call, for our pfok-np ieUfery Modern Dry Cleaners.. ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 58! ve. Shops! Yes, they're genuine Bemberg Kayo* Sheers, at J a oew| miraculous price. Hollywood'*. Margo de Mar styled] Ihem, full of those "little giii'* lauehes that everyone'il raving about. Eight unbelievably smart styles in gorgeoui styles, new patterns. And they're wispy sheer ... as aril »s your birthday suit. At thfe price you'll three • • • maybe half a dozen- ' t ]'^~^ : ^ Guarantee^ Washable t ^ Sizes 12 to 44 Money l Needs Up We offer a 8.pecl^*io»» v i m for Autos >p you,. P. J. KohUiMt «& G«flerai

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