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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 18, 1934 LEDYARD NEWS (Crowded Out Last Week) Mir. and Mrs. V. A. Borrttt and son and Faith Raney visited at the parental Raney home In Livennore on Sunday. Lawrence Nitz had the misfortune to sprain hU ankle last Tuesday while playing. He was taken to Dr. Williams for treatment. The Reform church held a sale and social at the parsonage last Wednesday evening. A quilt that was raffled •off was won by Mrs. Darnell. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zlelske entertained a group of friends and relatives at their home Friday evening in honor of their brother, Herb's birthday. Mrs. Minnie Snyder and son, Alvin and Fred Anderson all of Radcliffe, visited over the week end at the home of her brother L. W. Wiemer. Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Mrs. Minnie Snyder, Mrs. M. Tillmoney and Alice Dunham called at the Frank Wiemer home In Swea City Sunday afternoon. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Farm Bureau met at the Blanch Jenks home Friday afternoon with Mrs. R. Ziel- eke and Mrs. F. Lewis as assisting hostesses. Mildred Adams and Frank Junktns fit Omaha visited from Monday until Friday of last week at the Clifton En- ,gelby and Otto Richter homes. The ladles are all sisters. Jesse Welfare and daughter, Marie 1 of Swea City and J. T. Welfare and •daughter, Mrs. Hllferty drove to Pierre, •South Dakota, Saturday for Jesse Welfare's daughter who has been working there. (Crowded Out Last Week) Tred Simpson Is on Jury duty at Algona for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy of Swea City visited at the Fred Jensen home Sunday evening:. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt spent Friday in Fairmont. Mrs. Cecil Bailey spent Monday afternoon in Algona visiting 'her mother, Mrs. George Yager. The Junior class play will be given October 18th and 19th. Tb? name of •the play is "A Peach of a Family." Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and -sons of Lone Rock visited at the Hen- fy Kueck home Thursday evening. The Seneca high school baseball team won the game with Ringsted last Friday evening with a score of 6 to 11. Miss Gertrude Rocky and tHolger Peterson spent the week end at the home of Miss Rocky's parents In Fort Dodge. The Modern Mixer club met at the home of Mrs. Dever Swan Wednesday. A shower was given in honor of Ber- nloe Jensen. Mrs. Roy Lee and children of Algona spent last week visiting at the Roy Osborn home. Mr. Lee is working for Henry Looft. Mrs. Henry Hoeck, Sr., and daughter, Alice and son, Henry Jr., and his .-on, Maynard of Swea City were Bun<d*y dinner guests at the A. T. Paul- .sen home. Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Mitchell and , daughters, Eleanor and Evelyn of Clear Lake visited at the R. E. Saunders home Saturday. Mrs. Mitchell Is a sister of Mrs. Saunders. A birthday party was held at the Chris Nelson home in honor of Donald Sharp's third birthday. Games were played and a delicious lunch was served later in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and family and Maurice J-ensen returned home from Waterloo Wednesday after visiting friends and relatives and attending the Cattle Congress. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Saunders and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson and family of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Murphy and family of Garden City, Minn., were at the John Saunders home Saturday for a chicken dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Murphy and family of Garden City and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson and daughters of Swea City spent from Friday until on Sunday visiting at the L. B. Anderson, John Saunders and R. E. Saunders homes. Mrs. Anderson returned home with the Murphyg and visited a week. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office, October 1. 1K34. Board of SuporvUora of Ki»*suth county met pursuant to adjournment with &11 member* uruuunt. On motion board proceeded to audit aiul allow bills Motion by Co.grove and second by 'UalgBman that pauper notiru l.e herveit ••Ml Willis HlUboi uuyli, \virti ana family. llunry Kix-'itke ami ?*on, i.. ! A . li.ivls. wi/*: ami f.unity; Joi: 1'l.ilt <ih,l t.imily; -Oh,i.-,. Si-liiiiiilt ami family; 1.. W. Mortimer anil family; Win. r.nr a:.<l Vnn- Vly. Ay,-a: All. Motion by Heiken und socond Halticman Hint ,1 ivfnn.i of j.:.'," HIVell li. H. Johnson. 1'Vnton t',.. i bei-ailae of U:lntf tji i oiu:oi,M/ I twli-u Hi 1'J lo Ayi-.->: All . On motion l,oar<! ,i'lj o'clock p. m. OlH< oVlOrk |l. Clerk* »1C OVA FIRST WARD W. A. White Mrs. Geo. St. John AI.I.ONA HR5T WAKU ^^ Ueermnn Blanche Crose Neva Mason Counting Board George J. Elbert Mrs. Fred Corey Mrs. Robt. Kaln Mrs. L. W. Keitli V. J. Sands Jeanetto McMurray, C. H. Rellly Mr. Frank Uelrel AI.GONA SECOND WARDi --------- C. C. Scharlnch Elizabeth Holmes Counting Board A. H. Stock Catherine McCall Will Gllbrlde Harry Nolte Helen Bestenlehner Tom Kalfc Helmuth Huenhold AI.GONA THIRD WARD , ---- . ------- H. J. Bacon A. E. Kresensky l-;velyn Potter Counting Board Oacar Normnn Frank Kohihaas Bertha Johnson Steward McFadden Mrs. Georg-e Yagrer Lelshton Mlsbach Valll.i Trlhon AI.«ONA FOURTH WARD __________ S. J. UeOraw Mrs. Gaylord Knumway U. C. iBarton Counting Board \V H Freeman May J. Harrington Jim Phillips T. H. Chrlschllles Mny Herman Fred Boyken B. P. Hanson BUFFALO TOWNSHIP ___________ Chris Brandt Wm . Boykon Andrew M. Hnnsen Counting Board Will Schram Herman Rnchut C. E. Tm.mns Win S'.o-.t Naro Walsh E. R. WoiU IJoyd Klston HURT TOWNSHIP . . Mlllnn Zelgler "Wm. Hosteler Counting Board Geo. P. Hawcott CRESCO TOWNSHIP EAGI.E TOWNSHIP D. F. Slnup'its.- Jeas McDonald M. N. Phillips Mrs. L. Matorn O. H. Ltnde Joe Goraczkowski Karl Ewoldt Merle Richards W. E. Laage W. E. Stoubor C. C. Fnilth G. W. Blelch Maud Hanna Joe Elbert .Harry Sahln Cheater Robinson John P. Peterson Luwrenee Thorson "Joe Von Bank IJoJbert Hanna EAST LOJTE HOCK (Bnrt TWP) Lem Marlow Wm. Stoutenbersr Fred Wetabrod FENTOX - Gaylord Johnson uus Krauso ... „ . Counting Bonrd John Demsey J. A. Fred Bohn John Newel Art Zinnel GAHFIELD Joe Schnller R B. Berninghaus Uhbe Winter KKRMAN __ B. H. Meyer John A. Sleper H. Newton GRANT Ell Amltrson F. M. Jacobs (jeo. W. Nyman GREENWOOD _- Uohn Karsten Jake Keller Counting Board Chas. Baker Paul Lonergan Mrs. Roy Hutton Mrs. Ueo. Carmean Chas. Kollasch Peter Looft J. J. Anilorson HARRISON . Oeo. Butterfleld Mrs. Ida Larson J. E. Kelly Counting Board L. C. Hatten O. B. Pearson Hcnit Haglund I>. W. Fults H. O. Larson HEBRON Schwartz Frank Elgler H. W. Balgrcmun Mike Wagner Herman Dreesman John Boekelnuin Floyd Colwf.ll C. H. Blair L. J. Kockler A. Fang-man K. J. Fsher, labor Oliver Young-, labor ---------C. A. Lamoreux, labor __- _____ Albert Young, labor -------F. D. Prulaman labor ------ 76. 0' 12.25 73.60 87.6' 66.01 64.7 Quy Bruns labor H. A. Brtins labor 61.75 M. L. Worby labor 57.00 Clifford Holmes labor 66.3i L. W. Miller labor Ed Fuchsen labor — Joe M. Esser labor Wm. F. Gronbach labor Wm. O. LudwlB labor Tom Weir labor S. D. McDonald labor _ ,— Fay Mlnard labor John Hanselman labor Clem Goodman labor Uoe Helderscheldt labor Hugo Oade labor Fred J. Coon labor .— M. Q. Bourne assign Ole Gerdes labor Guy Bruns labor Dick Baade labor — •— Otto Tfciylor labor E. G. Stenstrom labor Thco Dorenbush labor Bud Hanson labor —. B. F. Rhodes labor S. B. French Lmbr Co sup F. S. Norton & Son supplies _Botsford Lumber Co.. supplies Frankl Bros supplies _-- Tltonka Blacksmith supplies — 63.0' 72.00 72.00 67.60 69.90 72.90 74.10 60.01 56.6< 72.00 69.00 (8.50 5.00 63.00 3.00 22.00 18.76 12.00 61.26 9.00 3.40 94.60 25.95 28.02 1.26 4.25 Tltonka BtacKBiiuiii ="»•*-•—• — -. ,. Geo Holt-bauer supplies - «•" Algona Motor Sales supplies -_- Nelson Hardware _.... O S. Johnson supplies %&£°&*F^^WJ£ wT W k B»vK? SSb^SS Advance Pub Co. pub notice -- 2.1" f, ii.i.™ (v>ok True tor Co s\ipp»*™*> *«o • •*** Iowa Machinery and Supply Company supplies __-..-— 4.45 3.68 1.28 14.43 .75 iu*.«» Austin-Western Road Mach- 32.41 108.00 37.00 12.00 .30 34.20 1.86 - -_ - Lewis Khrlck Thomas Berg . Clare Krickson R. C. Bauni H. C. Lunnlng inVINGTON Carl Hutchins Alvin Weber Mrs. W. M. Turley Art Lester Fred Geigel M. L. Roncy U. B. Frank! H. W. Roba I.AKOTA (LEDVARD TWP) __________ August Untknccht Earl R. Ogren Counting Board H. D. Mussman Olg'a Wortman Mrs. Walter Rosenau H. H. Murray John E. Smith Geo. Moulton Ed Looft I.EDVARD ------------------------- J . Rink . John Hart-el Albert Brandt Leonard Selboldt UNCOLN -------- .. ---------------- B. F. Mw-rf- on P. M. Chrlstensen LONE ROCK (Fen ton Township) ----- Alex Radlgr Art Priebo Noah Relsner LOTTS CREEK Counting Board D. A. Carpenter Mrs. Roy Link Wm. Flynn LU Bert Coder Harm Dornbusch H. H. Dreyer W. G. Flaig John Kohlwea Peter Elbert G. F. Chambers H. C. Allen VERNE TOWNSHIP _-_- Albert A. Schlptill Harry Llchty F. J. Chapman Counting Board F. K. Clapsaddle A. J. Eason Anna Murray Henry Bailey PLUM CHEEK _-— Alfred Jergeson D. M. Stewart POItTLAND .- K. B. Dlttmjr^ John Arndqrfer PRAIBIEI W. Arthur Hof J. L. Llchty Walter Klamp Clark Scuffhrfin E. O. Mann W. Rlngsdorf Wilfred Johnson ----- _— - ;--. * Dr C. H. Cretzmeyer medical care (Joe Platt ---------------- 60-00 General Hospital hospital care Mrs. Wilfred Johnson Kossuth Hospital hospital care Ueo. Becker children 3.00 Joe Platt 70_. 50 Anne Sankey prov Martin Jordan Thos Akre prov Mrs. H. Koch B K. Kinseth A Son prov Moslman family Frankl Brothers provisions Ray Sankey 4 f«l W. P. Johnson A'XS S. M. Jordc-n 10.09 Moe * SJogren prov John Fo* H. W. Geelan sup E. Saager — T. J. Kelly service E. Sa«ger_ Mrs. H. Cook rent Joe Platt — Karl Kretos rent Fred Schneider W. T. Pllcher provisions Mrs. C. K. Johnson 6.40 Joe Platt 6.40 Henry Cook _—- S.«0 R. A. Clark prov VToe Platt Cut Rate Grocery prov for Henry Cook Supervisor District No 2— p. V. Janse. medical care. claimed 12.00 not allowed Fern Bray ton 1-00 Leonard Dunn 1.00 Dr. R. M. Wallace medical care Smith girl 18.76 W. D. Andrews medical care Mrs Vallle- Shott 37.60 T3.60 10.00 8.00 13.98 61.84 S.62 2.96 3.60 10.00 18.00 14.40 10.00 7.60 Walter Fraser medical care --- IS. 00 12.00 0. B. Ludwiff Alf Studoi Anton Stork John F. H. Hell man Mesclier . John FrldereH RIVKRDALE ____ __________________ Henry Bormann .1. H. Frnser I. F. Enncwst-r SEN'ECA ____________________________ otto R. Jensen Joe Crowk-y A. J. KlrHhliaum SEXTON (Ir»lnjlou Towunhlp) - ------ rf. J. IHwIno Hetiry Klsrhelil Henry Kuhlhaas SIIKHMAN ---- ------ ........ ------- Simeon I-clBl. A. W. SUMIitsy i;. n. iti.sk MPUINGKIELD ---------------------- l>iul» Aiitlersi.n t.'liL'iiU.-r Jolmsoiv i). A. Juiiitoii SWIil ________ __________________ Axul Erlckson __ IL\\\ Krumm A. U. C'rulk.i - _____ Jolm I', llynu ----------------- John Bortnanii Win. Hunchey Mlllen Jensen J. W. HolliK Is. C. Hutchlnn Chad. Annul K. John I 1 C. Clrcen liormaim l-'reil l>utton O. L. M . J . Thorson Kennedy ik 11. A. Harvey (Jluii Jenklnson o. K. r'lom Fro.1 A. U "A. L. Klelllp-Usr 1 ouiitlug Hoard Mra. Anna Kunz Huiiry Sherman llinu A. (jfjrdua 11. F. Schultz Hazel Ger<llJ WIUTTEMOIIE by Ayes; All. on motion hoard prucwjded to audit and allow bills as per "S<:ht:dulu of Claims' heix-marllcr written: SCllKHL'l.r: OP CLAIMS COUNTY KL'.NU AJDOUUI Alluwed MclMnald. u. in. ijoatauel 4.Uu ,f AIKUI..I. luht ^.nil water 'Jb.7:. AtC>:IK- p y exureaa 'i . iU Ii . J^ Mr a Walter Vaudt Mr:i. \V'm. LuuntliiK Board Mra. W. F. Heuiwjrs Mr». T. O'Brien Win. Bua« Mra H. li. WooUwma Frank Klbert ._ F. Ncllstn labor li.OU L. Hubert, patrol 71. Ill ,1 J . A. (,'lty i Hallway I H . Colclu— .. J A. Mclfinal'l. poatiiae 11...u Muiy K. S-i.-iitn. salary su.L'O I-'. J. Ij.ilbCin.ui. i'^iiim aii^l H7.au i.m.m .u.,I i.a.i. MUM I.T * uiirii ,u,,| .se.-ril(il, ...--• Ko.l!" '. J . IK-lkcn. i-uinui .11.il 1,1,-II 1.. .'.••lie !>', il „.: I tjt l. orj met |,u i .iti.i u t to Motion by IJaltfX-in «'o.->M i ov i: t ti.it qu.ii ti l>i>ul,-y. <,;Unty ie'-u Ayes; AJI. MolKin by Ili-ikvi »|,'l),,n.i|,| tli.il .1 n'fi .-u S.n.ili 1 . H>,'i -i <ij,, ,l •Olid ol ,1 . I, . I 7 of li.-iiiln ol p. .•I i,n Hc Motion liy ll o.irilOlC tl:.ll I l .IM ( olliliiit Ic .,HH on lir. .m Motion by C ca tli.it i<. liclk, II lu.ikc l n, I !HI .,«io\u and Ml aecond I,,: a|,|» by int t" la salary - u.n, u ('. M' M.i *.,<!! t.x;.' ,,.-utli (.'uiiiiiy !•'..! in In.i i. ;,n/i,rl 11;, ,11 . A . Wl,lt,- bo.,1.1 '•! Ii.. K eioodinun HuiKltiiiuaH. iiatrul Ll.nU llany Huhlln lalior i.uu N. U. Kvtinaon ttupp.licd l. r ,.ul> Henry r'mclier. lalx.r , Ji..i(< opcar i McVay. labor 121.UU h.ll>crt (Jaraife i*ui,;.,lltrH 10.UU St. K.irm Mutual Autoinobllo In. 1 *. Con,paiiy. tiusuran<-u 8.6b KiMiffcl A l-ii»(.-r Co.. suuullea — 2.11 Bartun-Wallier Co.. huniillua ._ 41'j.07 Iov,-a Cul'.ert und I'IIHJ Co. auu J2i».li lilual .^anii ami (Jravul l,'u nujj-- 'J&.l'., rilalnlaul .Suiil'ly *-'o. bUnoiieii 11U . o s Hailt-y ami ('o., aun>UtM» l^.Oo (.'ut Itatu <jroct.-ry piuvtaloli.i in eAiliaii^e for labor l!i.2u W. A. White liiovialuiia in ex- i-hitiiKu for labor 'i.^i ll.iny Waibullon. pi O\.,IOM.-> in •.•xitian^e lor labor 1'J.uU U'.-J (J.lrti, HtOIC. J.lo.l.l- Hi ex, II ili«u for laboi -. SU.O'l A|,i<el I'l.sit pKj-.l.iioua In laiiKu for labur 2'J 00 Central" Battery & Electric Co supplies Cords Piston Hlng Co supplies - Konnwly & Parsons Co.. supplies John Lucas & Co Inc supplles.- The Balbach Co.. supplies Snap on Tools Co. supplies ,}- Ji DBS Momes Drug Co. supplies — 24..60 Ft. Dodge Mach & Supply Co. supplies ;— -- — Gallon iron Works & Mfg Co- supplies •-— -7« ei, Lelghton Supply Co. supplies _- 12.60 Kelley-How-Thonnson Co supplies 463.2i F. S. Norton & Son supplies ,., 6 -"? SIcE-Ft. Do<lg^ Co.. supplies — 353.68 J. A. Rolwrts supplies Peerless Oil Co.. supplies 1 -Standard Oil Co. supplies .____- 86.06 ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND Standard Oil Co. supplies 2 ?«i? Cities Service Oil supplies . ?'Zi Wklson Concrete Co. supplies — JJ'-! 2 .1. A. Roberts culvert V,.'.? Wilson Concrete Co. supples — 679.bu DRAINAGE FUND Drainage District No 4— Dick Baade labor .1'Si Huil Hanson labor 12.uu E. G. Stenstrom ,-,£ Klmore Cement & Tile Co. sup 17.15 Drainage District No 7— Dick Baado labor 3.60 William B.-iade supplies 6.00 S H. French Lmbr Co supplies 1.63 Drainage Dl'trlet No 39— Henry Fischer labor 4.00 Drnlnnge DlnOlct No. 78— S. B. French Lmhr Co supplies 1.95 Dick Bniule labor 4.UO Drainage District Ne 79— Karl Krebs labor 7.15 Drainage Dtatrlct No 80— Relnder Kromlnga labor 3.90 Dick Baade labor 12.40 Drainage District No. 82— Kd Meyers labor 16.00 Thoo Dorenbush labor 23.00 Klmoro Cement A Tile Co sup 14.11) Huffulo Center Lumber Co sup 17.91 Uen H. Gerdes labor 6.00 Drainage District No 83— notsfurd Lumber Co supplies — 3.24 F. H. Norton & Son supplies — .95 Drainage Dlntrlct No 85— S. B. French Lmbr Co. »up— 1.26 Drainage DUtrtct No. 88— K. G. Htenstrom labor 4.00 liud Hanson labor 3.00 Drainage District No M— Buffalo Center Lmbr Co sup 15.17 8. B. French Lmbr Co supplies 3.98 Dick Baade supplies 26.60 Thco Dorenbush labor 29.00 Ed Meyers labor 19.60 Robert Jansaen labor _—. 7.20 Drainage Dlntrtrt No. S3— S. B. French Lmbr Co. supplies .94 Drainage Dtolrlet No. M— 3 B. French Lmbr Co. supplies .69 Drainage District No 00— S B. French Lmbr Co. supplies .69 Drainage District No. 157— S B. French Lmbr Co. auppltes .69 PA-K-No 1— Farmers Klevator Co. supplies .36 Charles Claus supplies 2.40 11.K No. 3-30— O. J. K'ISMUUI repair tile 1.28 H-K Jt No.2— arl Kreli.s labor 1.65 W-K .Vo 33-WI— C. 11. Mansion lalior 11.64 S. 11. l''lf:llrtl I.,lnbr Co SUPpllCS) . U-t lllllivrt MjMM-h.-iiH labor 1.16 \V-K No 6N-I3U-- .1. It. Johnson labor 3.03 C. 11. lliin.ion labor 19.36 COURT FUM> C'arl DahlliauriC'r Klierift 3.45 !•'.. J. Mclivuy rlurk ^ 7.00 11. B. White J p feu 11.00 Curl I>ahlhitu»ur Hlierirf S.IO F. W. (Jreen marshal .fc5 P. A. Uunxon J. P. ft;e 18.00 Carl Dalilhaiuer sheriff 8.15 F. w. Gruen marshal 2.&5 Alliert lia.rntia uiaraiial 3.y5 .lullll.l Ix-Mt.irh wltlleaa 3.70 Walter miiiiuorwmuler wltiitua J.7u I.VSAMC FUND K. <J. Mi-K^-oy Clerk's fuu 5.25 Carl Dalilliiiuaer HherlrTit foe .. 18.20 'A. HutchiKon rommlHHtiiner 3.00 T. C. Hutchl*oN colnmlKuluntr — 3.00 C. H. Crettmeyer iiliyairan 6.00 WaJu;r Htewiinl cuuntuUe 3.00 FAIHlaiOLMl FUND Krutauth Co Agrlc A«»n appropriation 1658.00 POOIl FU.NU •tuix-rvUor DUirlcl No I— W. T. I'ilclu:r prov .Ji>« Platt 8.24 P. V. Jmi»e me,lu:un care Mr«. JoMuiih .l-'razer 18-50 \V. I>. AmlruwH nu-ilti-al carte Mrs. Mm.. R. Stelnman 6.00 Neva Palmer 7.00 J. N. Keneflck medical care 21.00 D. D. Henteres 19.00 A. Blanchand 2.00 M. G. Bourne medical care —i_ 4:1.00 Myrtle St. John 9.00 Mrs. Sutherland 3.00 Wllda Blng-amen. 29.00 C. H. Cretzmeyer medical care 23.00 Mrs. Nels Peterson 4.00 Mrs. August Rosenau 11.00 Mrs. John Schmidt 2.00 Myrtle St. John 7.00 Robert Dutton _ 1.09 P. V. Janse medical care 77.25 E. L. Padgett 2.00 E. Winkle 1.80 George Dtmn 4.00 Helen Benson 3.00 Elvln Weaver 34 .60 Clara NelUel ^ 1.00 Susie Hentges 1.00 Charley Hanson 25.00 Erma Hanlgan 6.50 Frank Devlne 6.00 St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital hospital care Mabel Rente __ 14.50 Kossuth Hospital hospital care 68.50 Leila Schmidt 3.60 Wm. Blngeman 55.00 Mrs. Wilbur St. Jotm~~care of Myrtle St. John 33.14 —Mrs. Wm. Myers care of Wm. Falloway children 10.00 Lalr<i A McCullough service, Annabelle Umbenhauer 41.50 Berthf, M. Murray rent Clara Neltzcl . 10.00 harles Rpclrmake rent J Helmers 7.00 John Moulds rent Orvllle Reed 8.00 Kennedy Estate rent W'lll Baker 10.00 Mrs. Marie Bakken rent Mrs. Fred Klein 10.00 Elsie Cady rent O. J. Stephpenson 10.00 J. D. Bonar rent M. C. Frandsen , „ 10.00 ". A. Corey rent F. M. Stoner 5.00 J. E. Grinnell rent Jim McGee 10.00 Mrs. Chas Magrnusson rent Chris Nellson 8.00 Lottie Matson rent Max'McssIng 10.00 Mrs. Emma Olson rent John Norton «t al — Mrs. J. H. Sifert rent Chas E. Ross renT'fluB-n" Carroll — Mrs. Blanche Slagrle rent Sandy - 10.00 10.00 S.OO rB, oiaiiuuu omens •*?..*. «~.™* Stebrttz — 10.00 Victor Johnson rent Bob Stevens 10.00 Guy Mantor rent — -—- IB-'" Mrs. Fred Bpethorat f .00 Mrs. Vern Rutedg-e 6.00 Harrey Graham 6-00 Jessie B. Stsvena provisions _D. L. Harris ..-- 8.SO Delbert Fosnaugh S.OO H. A. Clark provisions -Frank Stoner 7.00 Edna Nelson J.60 J. T. Jones 6-JO Robert Bowman 10 -52 J. J. Neeling . 8 -?2 August Rosenau 10.00 Cut Rate Grocery provisions _Lewis Olson 5.00 Frank Devlne 9.00 Mra. F. F. Brothorat —15.00 R. J. Dutton 7.60 Mrs. V. Rutledge 10.W Delbert Fosnaugh 2.00 Thos Akre prov A. F. Connelly 10.00 Council Oaks Store provisions.-— 7.60 14.60 44.50 48 Robert Dutton Dave Hazz Mrs. J. Sifert 2.50 4.00 1.00 H. R. Sorensen A Co provisions 48.00 T. M. Bllsborough 10.00 Mrs. J. Coon 12.60 M. C. Frandsen 10.00 Mrs. Chas. Hansen 2.60 Clara Noltzel 10.00 Frank Spiker 1-00 Lonir's Grocery provisions _ 12.'50 Lewis Eike 12.60 C. J. Johnson provisions Jas McGee 2.00. P. G. Hnuensteln 3.00 Chas Hansen 10.00 Rob. Dutton 5.00 Jens Knudsen 7.50 Mrs. C. K. Johnson 17.60 Mrs. F. Kline IS.60 Amy Johnson 20.00 Whites Grocery provisions Mrs. >T. Schmidt 2.60 Mr«. Eugene Myers 4.60 Mrs. L. Campbell 4.00 Zenrler * Caldwell supplies John Fox 1.98 Lewis Olson 4. SO John Glest .46 Elbert Garage fuel Mrs. Kline Botsford Lumber Co. fuel Mra. C. K. Johnson 3.83 Mis. B. Taylor 8.24 F. S. Norton A Son fuel Jas McGee Kenneth L. Harris fAiel Bob Dutton Supervlnor District No >— C. H. Crestzmeyer medical care Urban Neuroth M. G. iBourne medical care John SUles P. V. Janse medical care Mrs. Leo Studor J. N. Keneflck medical care Sldel Buckholtz 45.00 Kossuth Hospital hospital care 102.25 Mrs. C. E. Robinson 73.00 John Rtell 29.25 Loo Hanlg rent Geo Hanlr 78.60 11.00 7.04 1.43 12.07 3.67 2.21 —" 60.00 60.00 __: 20.00 J. Chrls*«nson rent Mel Abbas T. A. Wilson sup Mel Abbas W. H. Stott provisions for Gus Richter Earl Stott provisions for Emma Moore Sncervlsor District No 4— Nicholas Sanitarium care of 10.00 24.00 12.00 39.90 Z.22 Soranson Burt, Iowa .... Dr. M. O. Bourne medical care Mrs. Alfred Welter Dr J. A. Devlno medical care Jelderks Bros 4.00 Mrs. Rosw-11 Hunt 2.00 Mrs. HaroJd Jorgenaon 3.60 John Tobln J.00 Mrs. Joe Kramer 1.00 Pete Peterson 2.00 Kossuth Hospital hospital care MM. Alfred (Welter Kossuth Hospital hospital care 75.90 62.00 14.60 71.60 20.00 Mrs. Julius Hentgea Mrs. August Belts care Darrel Uelst -j --— —- 11. BO Chas Schrader agent rent 8.40 Mrs. B. F. Gardner rent Mra. Nelson _-— J 0-00 Rich Potrats rent Henry Myers 6.00 Hoods Cash store provisions Mrs. Stella Jorgeneon 23.80 Supervisor District No 5— John Gramens care of! John Krafer family claimed 60 not allowed R. L. Williams medical care — 25.00 Mrs. jorgenson 16.00 Walker boy 2.00 Mrs. Fred Huettner 8.00 Kossuth Hospital hospital care Slodal Btickholtz 82.50 G. D. Curtis Wm James Fletcher funeral £5.00 Fred Mlehe digging grave Jtor Wm. Fletcher 5.00 Mrs. Marr Webster care of Noel Entwlstte 46.00 J. H. Werfnre supplies for Mrs. Matrener 18.78 Ideal Cafe meals O. J. Branjord 3.45 Appelqulst Grocery provisions 25.37 Lee Haubecker 16.62 Mrs. Wm Brown 6.85 Mrs. Edwards 4.05 Supplies .35 Mrs. S. C. Kroach rent Ben Kippentrop 10.00, General Poor— H. W. Keelan supplies 3.0C National Reemployment office exp27.88 Ted Uohnson hauling pigs to fairgrounds 12.00 Carl Uahlhauser sheriff .85 K. D. James supplies 16.82 Kohihaas & SplIIea supplies S.62 County Farm— Railway Express Agency express 18.4» C. H. Rellly labor 6.00 C. H. Rellly labor 1.00 Frank L. Miller light service 14.06 John Henning labor 40.00 Fred Park expense 4.25 P. V. Janse medical care 38.00 M. G. Bourne medical care Mrs. Stoner _j 6.00 C. H. Cretzmeyer medicine for Wm. Brown 4.9X1 Fox and Wlnkel ret service 65.9S Moe & SJogren supplies 1.2&> R. A. Clark provisions I. 18.87 Thos Akre provisions 111.40 Roy C. Sherman supplies ——_ 2.09 'Botsford Lumber Co. supplies 38.1> F. S. Norton & Son supplies.. 184.32 Kohihaas ft Spllles supplies 2.45 Nelson Hardware supplies 11.30 K. D. James supplies 7.02 J. F. McGee labor „ 1.00 (W. A. Slgsbee labor > 12.6S Fred Runge labor 2.70 RESOLVED. That the County Auditor Is hereby ordered and directed to Issue warrants tfor all hi Us allowed at thU meeting ns per "Schedule of Claims" horeinl>efore written as per vote on, each Individual bill. Ayes: All. On motion board adjourned to nine o'clock 'A. M. Ncfvember 1. 1934. B. J. BUTLER County Auditor. 1934-KOSSUTH TAX LEVY—1934 Soldiers' Bonus .65: General County Fund 1: Court Fund -02; Poor Fund 1; State Insane .24; County School .2; Soldiers' Relief .07; Bovine Tubercular Fund .25; County Cash Road Bonds.5; Fairground Fund .03; Secondary Road Construction Fund .4; Secondary Road Maintenance Fund .75: Construction or Maintenance Fund .4; Total 6.41 mills. Old Age Pension S2.00; County Poll 10.50; Female Dor S3.00; Male Dog tl.OO; G mill tax on Moneys and Credits: 1 mill tax on Moneys and Credits for Soldiers' Bonus; City and Towns Road Levy 1.56 mills Included In General Levy; Townships Road Levy 1.55 milk] Included In General Levy and In addition thereto Optional Construction .5 mills; Maintenance 1.6 mills; Optional Maintenance .4 mills making a total of 2.4 mills levied for Road and Bridge purposes In Townships. i 2 4 S 7 g 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 :t 25 26 27 28 29 no 31 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 t 2 Algona District Mo. 1 Algona District Ne. I Algona Incorporated Land* Bancroft Incorporation 13.*( Burt Incorporation _ 19.41 Fenton Incorporation 12.OS Fenton Incorporated Lands -___.1J.O« Lakota Incorporation _ 119.42 Lakota Incorporated Lands 19.42 Ledyard Incorporation _ 8.43 Ledyard Incorporated Lands 8.43 Ix>ne Rock Incorporation 10.21 Lu Verne Incorporation Dint No. 1 17.28 Lu Verne Incorporation Dlst No. 2 17.2» Hwea City Ineorp District No. 1 11.15 Swea City Inoorp District No. 2 11.15 Swea City Incorporated Land* 11.15 Tltonka Incorporation 17.9(5 Wesley Incorporation 11.06 Wesley Incorporated Lands 11.06 Whlttcmoro Incorporation 11.74 Whlttemore Incorporated Liinds 11.74 Anxona Ind. Cresco 16.5 AlKona Ind. Irvlngton 16.5 Altcona ln<t. Plum Creek 16.5 Algona Ind. Union 16.6 Bancroft Ind. Greenwood — 13.66 Bancroft Ind. Itamaey « 1J.66 Dufialo Township District No. 7 5.48 Buffalo Townnhlp District No. 8 5.92 Buffalo Township District No. 9 — 8.23 Buffalo township Consolidated ___- 17.DC Hurt township .___ - 6.76 Hurt Independent Burt 19.43 Burt Independent Portland 19.43 Corwlth Const. Ind. Prairie 16.64 Oirwlth Consl Ind Lu Verne IS.64 Cresco Township — __- 6.01 Eagle Township S.7S Fenton Township 1.93 Fenton Independent Fenton _—....—-12.06 S. 3 a. i 1.6 1, 1. 10.14 20.61 7.77 4..09 S.38 8.1 15. 5.17 4.29 14.13 10.53 7.86 3 89 10.97 4.0( .14 2.«6 3.61 1.41 .Zi .2 .2 .2 .2 .13 .21 .1 .01 ni' 1 for ic- pi !,. V :*; \\' i .ink K ol,Ii,., .1 Olll K .11,. 1,0.1 tank C-l-.-l. '.'. A. 1'o.tc; i.,1,, ._ . .. - - IKHII MAIN'TK.N'A.VCE I'./ <' fl' . - - IU Kl'.NU ami 1"T,. Aye-: Motion by C Heikc-u that a n Kali t'l.slim .". <;ausc or bi-inu moneys, ami cf ' and btx-'ond by '.-I,. ,! n be l.Uli Ayuo: AJI. Motion by llcikvli MvDuuuld that wniow TLTf-ii Hicthorat ii.ii Sinning OrloU-r !. I'.Kil Aye., All Motion by Co__:rovo iiml second BiilMeni.in <h.it Bounty tr.-.i^ui i-r l,e atrucU'd to m.ilic loilo.. in^ "••'': Dr. 157 to H-lv Nu. :, r 67 ; — ---»:; Sub 2 of 25 lo H-K No- i-l-O •' T.ri 81 to P A K No. 1 -------- ., P. A. K. No. 1 to Trl -No. 61 --J Motion A by Mcl>onald and bocuiid ^Td." v't t' .rxriiua" -„„:,: ehurue uf KoBrttith County M..U- 1. tul.1 autlioriic H. H- While. IUX L-olll-i'tOl- W ttCU MiltU-niunt of taxed the 11-T.Jle <Jt Owen Aluoli,i. Iowa. Ayes: Moll,m by fo^Kl'ol UulBuliau Uiat 'lio pulntud ua Judaea U-ni-ral Kloctlon ii. 1D31 . , to * ' I.J ll., . IV., -.l.i-l.I.... , I! lei t Ui,,-i- ,il IUI--I- Co .- l:oi,olll_n 2111,lily H p.ii-iott & Sou.- l.,oll il.,1 'I V.'.ll l: ..;-. I, nkm •.(al.da if <' ri-i by Lu tilt tfiO.UU in doliii'iuunt .iml I" Uolor Company. All. a ami boeulKl I'X folluwiiitf Le np- i,l Cloi-kB of tlu bo heU Nov-Uiber kll:,tol, I.oo;, ii A". 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I i-l Mill DRINK DELICIOUS YERBAVIDA Instead of Tea or Coffee Anyone suffering from headache* Nervousness, Los* of Bleep, or Stomach Trouble, should try drinking delicious Yorbavlda n place of tea and coffee. ThU remarkable beverage known as the "Plant ol Life," neut- urliies the poisonous add- In the body relaxes the nervous sytttem, correct, macb distress and bring, about bound, refreshing sleep. In a short time you will notice a great Improvement in your health, your nerve* will be steady, and you will be full of pep and vitality. Yerbavida u inexpensive, too. A large package, enough for 340 cup* can be obtained for only 11.00. If your local druggist cannot supply you. accept no substitute but send 11.00 direct to Yerbavtdn Sales Co., 61. South wtat Bldg.. Los Angeles, California Or a 20-page book "The Story of Verb- uvlda" free on reque.t. Pur Sale _t Lutsbv's Drug Store | I a I Road A Brldf. o 8 a 42 43 44 46 tl 47 43 49 60 61 f>2 63 f,4 65 06 07 '^ f,0 i.l 62 Qairfluld Township —_ _—_._•___ 7.16 Grant Town-bit Consolidated , 12.65 Greenwood Township , ^_. . German Town.uhU> ^ __ Harrluon Tuwiwlnp District No. 2 ..— Harrltton Townahlp District No. 3_- , Huoron Townsblp _-__ li'via^toii Towiuiiilp ._ Lakota Ind. l^udyard . . , I^fckota Ind. Lincoln -___ , . Lwlyard 'Pown.l.lp I.oJyard Consl. Ind. LedyarJ L«dyard (,'ori^l. Ind. liarrlbon „_ Ijiidyard (>jn»l. Ind. Sprin&lleld __ . Lirfoln Tow null ip Lono Hock lud. Hurt Lono Hock Ind. Fenton _ _. Lottu ('reek Township __ , I.uVc-rne Township _ I.u Vernu Ind. I.u Verno 1 Lu Verne Ind. Sherman otto.ien Conal. Ind. Garlleld _. riuin C'reuk 'i'owmiliip Z I'oi tland TowlL-iiilp rrairi,- Township _-„ . Halitfcey Township Hi vurdiUe To wli.inip . Sciiect TowliMillp ('oi)Boltdalud beneca Toivnat.lp l>l.-,t. No. 1 Seneca Township Dial. No. 9 Slier man Town-nip __ _Springfield Township __ .. Swea Township .»_ Hwea City Consil. Ind. Harrison _ __ Swea City Conal. Ind. iiwea Ijiiion Townjiliip . ~ West liend Coiml. Ind. Garneld — Wealuy Town.iiiip .__ Wesley Indupendent Woiiluy Whlttumore TownHhip Whltttmore Ind. WliJtitmoio 3.22 4.67 8.88 3.3 6.31 4.62 19.42 19 . 4 2 6.26 8.43 8.43 8.43 6.63 10.21 10.21 6.33 6.08 17.28 17.28 10.33 6.81 9.16 4 .24 3.06 2.fi4 11 .79 6.62 9.71 2.24 6.39 8.66 11.16 11.16 6.62 13.08 .'8 11.06 3.81 11.74 I I 2.41 £> a fr S a 8 .•i .25 .»t .11 .12 2.11 2.16 .46 M 67 67 67 77 77 .02 .02 3.76 3.(4 1.36 2.73 ..87 at i.t i.i 1.9 1.1 1.9 1.9 1.1 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 l.» 1.9 1.9 1.1 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 .12 1.9 1.9 .04 .12 .23 .06 .06 .00 .04 .1 .09 .06 .16 .15 9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 & P *! 3 £.41 6.41 6.41 6.41 M.I 6.41 6.41 5.41 5.41 6.41 5.41 5.41 5.41 6.41 5.41 6.41 5.41 6.41 5.41 5.41 ..41 Ei.ll 6.41 5.41 5.41 5.41 5.41 5.41 6.<1 6.41 5.41 5.41 5.11 5.41 6.41 5.41 5.41 5.41 6.41 5.n 6.41 a & li. 22.94 11.28 12.47 16.81 11.23 14.12 12.33 34.78 34.78 14.6.1 23.83 23.95 23.83 13.34 21.02 20.7!) 14.14 13.95 25.15 25.16 21.83 13.65 17.07 12.05 10.87 10.41 23.14 13.43 17.62 10.11 13.2 16.46 23.72 23.6 14..i:t 25.06 11.29 18.87 11.77 25.07 .24; ALT.uNA DI3T. No. 1—General City 2.6; Improvement .99; Grading .«: Sewer 1; Light .8: Fire Fkiulpmeut 32; Fire Mulntunauce .32; Library 1; Waterworks .8; Park .5; Band .4; Dragtrtritf .2; SwLminJng Pool 91- Total 10.14. A 1-iGONA DISTH1CT No. 2—General City 2.6; Improvement .99; Grading .6; Sewor 1; Light .6; Flru euulu- nieot .:i2- Fire Maintenance .32; Library 1; Park .5; Band •<: DragKing .2; Swimming Pool .91; Total 9 31 BANCROFT Consolidated 6.32; Come lory ,08; Wntorworta 1.05; Water Bonds 3.07; Band -32; Bond Interest 3.16; K-Hiding: ilonds 6.31; Total 20.61. uuuu-uiereni HURT-General City 2.5; fjradlnv .62; Light 1.4; Library .44; Sewage Disposal 1.04; Waterworks .65- Band .26; DraKidn« .21; Funding Bond. 1.01; Total 7.77. ' "•*"• FKNTON-—Oenerul City 2.14; Improvement .87; Waterworks 1.08; Total 4.09. LAKOTA---Gonoral City 2.1; Imnrovument .14; Sewer .28; Light 1 54; Cemetery ,3; .Fire Kuuipmei Water Hraidn 3.31; Band .47: Total 8.88. LKDYARD—O.neral city 2.6; Light 1.6; City Hall 1.13: Fire Bqulpmeot .24; Fire Main Una ace «(,• work* l.:i : Bund .45; Park .6; Total 8.1. I-ON'E ROCK—Consolidated 3.3; Water Bonds « 67; Bond LUVERNK DISTRICT No. 1—Conaolldated 4.08; Coraetery .2; 'flutal 6.17. LU VK.HNt: U1ST1UCT No. 2—Cun.olidated 3.2; CouoeUry .2; Total 4.29. SWBA CITY D1HTHICT No. 1—Con.olldatod S; City Hall .6; Library .24; Waturbonda 1.2; Light Bonds 2 4- Uunu .24; Park .24; Sewer Bonds 8.11; Total 14.11. * minus <. f , SWMA CITY DISTRICT No. .-Consolidated t; City Hall .5: Library .24; Band .21; Park .24; Sewer Bonds ..31; Total 10.63. TfUONKA ENUOltP. •Ou.-molldated 6.5; Fire K<iulpmont .31; Fire Maintenance .41 Library 63- Total 7 Ml WBHLKY —General City .5: UnprovBtoent .6; Gr«4l,ig .1; l__-ht .99; Flru Maintenance .15- bewa.e Dl-uocai .26: Waterworks .5; Water Bond* .5; Drag-gins; .1; Total 3.89. oewagu ui.potBl WHITTI-MOKB~-Gcneral City 2.86; Improvement .2S; Grading .28; City Hall .26; Fire Malriteiimicu 4- Wiilur bonds 1.13: Light Bonds 1.16; Bonds 1.16: Total 10,17. -«>u>u_m.« .*. vvnioi Interest 4.93; Uragglnr .2; Total 16 .16; City HaJl .31; Fire Malnt_na.ncti .38; .16; City Ha.ll .36; Fire Molotonanc. .38; Uraggmi*

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