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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 14,1936 EX-ARMSTRONG GIRL WEDS AMES YOUNG MAN Vandenburghs Hold Be ception for Son and Wife Armstrong, Miss Harriet Ersland, daughter of Emmet County Treasurer and Mrs. K. J. Ersland of Es- thervllle, former Armstrong residents, was married Sunday, July 5, to Donald O. Tostenson, son of Mr. end Mrs. O. A. Tostenson, of Marshalltown, at two o'clock in the afternoon at the home of the bride s parents. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. L. A. Mathre. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. J. M. Holcomb of Manson, and J. M. Holcomb served as best man. Joan Holcomb, niece of the bride was the ring bearer. The bride wore an afternoon dress of tearose crepe and carried a corsage of sweet peas. Her attendant wore a blue lace dress and carried corsage of sweet peas. The ring bearer was also dressed in blue. Miss Lavonne Bixby sang "I Love You Truly" during the ceremony. A reception was held after the ceremony for the members of th« immediate families. Mrs. Tostenson is a graduate of the Armstrong high school with the class of 1934 and since then has been attending Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Ersland and family lived In Armstrong nearly all their lives up till the time he was elected Emmet county treasurer. Mr. Tostenson graduated from the Marshalltown high school and has been atending Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Tostenson will leave for California this week where they will remain a month and then they will return to Ames where Mr. Tostenson will complete his college course. Mrs. Enockson Given a Shower Ottosen: A miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Mrs. Palmer Enockson Thursday afternoon at the Peter Enockson home. The program consisted of writing recipes and household hints for the bride and also a mfcck wedding. Those who took part in the mock wedding were: Mrs. Fred Benjamin, Frances Enockson, Mrs. Harold Jacobson, Charlotte Klnseth, Mrs. Edgar Jacobson, and Reva Cooper. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts. A very delicious lunch was served. VMidenborg Reception A reception was held last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Vandenburg In honor of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Vandenburg. Mrs. Vandenburg, nee Ethel Eldridge of Davenport, was an Instructor In the schools here for four years. Mr. Vandenburg Is an embalmer and has a position In Davenport, where the young couple will reside. John and August Halsman were Monday evening visitors at the H. M, Irmiter home. Miss Thelma Hansen of Cedar Falls spent the week end at the parental A. N. Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Baumann of Ledyard spent the week end at the parental H. M. Trmlter home. Ardella Halverson, who Is employed in Fairmont, Minn., spent the Fourth of July at the home ol her parent* Mr. and Mrs. Cart Halverson. John Halsman, a student In the Diesel Engineering School In Chlca go, arrived Friday morning on the train to visit a few days at the parental Joa Halsman home. Tuesday •evening they motored to Algona, •where John took the train for Chicago. Irene Irmiter, a student in beauty •culture at St. Paul, spent a few days at the parental H. M. Irmiter home. Miss Irmiter accompanied the Misses Gertrude and Josephine Blum of Minneapolis, here Friday evening, where the Misses Blum's visited till Monday with their HWther. Mrs. Bridget Blum. BANCROFT NEWS LUVERNEBOY FALLS, BREAKS LEG LuVerne: Andrew Karel. the 11- year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiko Karel, lost his balance and fell from a fence one day last week and broke one of his arms in two places just above the wrist. The Rev. Victor Kollman family, Royal, spent last week with relatives here. Glen Godfrey and sons. Duane and Arlo. spent last week Tuesday at the W. F. Godfrey home. Miss Margaret Wright. Primrose, Neb., win a guest of Misses Ruth and Phyllis LJchty last week. Mrs. C. L. Alexander, Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Mrs. Peter Thompson will be hostesses to the Methodist Aid at the City Hall Wednesday. G. N. Grant. Brainerd. Minn., has been a guest at the Peter Thompson and U. S. Grant homes. He Is a cousin of Mrs. Thompson and Mr. 'rant. Richard Bekman, Alton, came last week for a visit at the Dr. R. L. Corbln home. Mrs. Corbin return- d with him after a few days' visit with ther parents at Alton. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Pfjffer, and Mr. and Mrs. Haun, Franklin, Wis., were guests at the Dr. T. L. Willam» home last week Tuesday. Dr. 'fetter and Dr. Williams were classmates in college. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramus returned Thursday from a trip that Included stops at Kochester and St 'aul and Hudson, Wis. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson and son, Mason City. Miss Vera Bfggings, who has been making her home In St. Louis the >ast two years spent last week with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Big- ngs. Mrs. Blglngs Is a beauty operator and lives with her aunt, Mrs. C. C. Burch. Emil Meyer, who has been employed In Benedict's grocery store the past two and one-half years, lias bought the stock of a general store at Chester Center, a small town north of Grinned and with his family are moving this week. Mrs. Meyer Is the Benedicts' daughter. In spite of the exceedingly hot weather about thirty women attended the annual picnic of the Cemetery Association held at the Park Thursday afternoon. At the business meeting Mrs. F. I. Chapman, president of the organization, gave a brief report of the annual convention of the Iowa Cemetery Association Officers held at Council Bluffs recently. A picnic lunch was served by the Mesdames Wm. Miller, Flora Raney, Lee Llchty and Irvin Chapman. TRUNKHILL FINGER CUT BY MOWER Portland Township Man Suffers Serious Injury While Mowing Portland: Mfennett Trunhhlll had a finger seriously cut while mowing hay Tuesday. Dr. Petars, Hurt, was called to dress his hand. Chas. Bllsborough Algona, is employed at the Trunkhlll farm at present Farm Barf no Meets »t Trenarjra About 25 farm bureau members from Portland and Hurt townships, attended a meeting Wednesday evening at the Thomas Trenary home. County Agent A. 1* Brown engaged two speakers for the evening's program. Ice cream was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. Charles Coffin is shocking oats for C. E. Sigsbee. Lavina Jandl is visiting at the Mennett Trunkhill home this week. C. E. Sigsbee and Thomas Trenary purchased a new threshing machine this week. Miss Marguerite Nelson. Ames, visited the past week with her cousin. Katherine Elridge. Mrs. W. H. Bosworth and daughters. Bonnie and Ardis were Mason City callers Wednesday. Donald Sk-tstedt. Lon- Rock, is visiting his gisndparents, Mr. and Mrs. Claud j Sigsbee. this week. Mrs. R. S. McWhorters parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle, called at the McWhorter home Thursday afternoon. Ruth McFarland went to Bancroft Wednesday evening and will visit the remainder of the week with her cousin, Falrbell McFarland. Viola Trenary visited at the Henry Smith home Tuesday and Wednesday. She also visited the Floyd Duncans, Hurt, on Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Collinson and two children, Lakota, visited the Mennett Trunkhill home Sunday. Mr. Collinson has charge of the K. &. H. oil stamen at Burc. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl and family and Norman Sanderson and his mother were visitors at the Mennett Trunkhill home Thursday evening. Ice cream was enjoyed by all. Jane Caroline McWhorter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis McWhorter, Algona. returned to her home Thursday evening after a visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. R. S. McWhorter. V. Johnson, Carl Dahlhauser. Cigarette permits Issued to following: O. R. Cook, Matt Selzer, Floyd E. Pierce, Anderson A Oal- bralth, J. F. Benlmer, Ben Sorensen. F. D. Mathes, K. D. Jame», J. F. Bleser. Nettle Fisher, Anderson's Cafe, W. A. Barrle, Ollle Roblnault. Algona hotel, Edwin Johneon, Carl Dahlhauser. Kennedy A Parsons, Fred Jacobs. Ordinance* No. 243 passed. ( Resolution passed extending completion date of paring to July 15. Motion made and carried that after July 18 the price of season swim pool tickets be reduced 60%. Following claims were allowed: ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary — ---- $ 180.00 Leo Bellock, salary ...... 135.00 F. C. Dntley, salary -----Tom Halpin. salary ...... Walter Gorman, salary .. H. E. Stephenson. salary Ray Barton, salary ...... r. Wrlitht. salary ..... C. C. Wright. salarjr(May) Ad»h Carlson, salary ---Wm. Anderson, salary ... Ernst Thiel. meter reading Terry Durin Co.. mds*. „ Electric Supplr Co.. mdse. Fulton Iron Works Co., Luot'lc Dyer is employe-l at the Bancroft Bakery. Donald Dyer, Alta, spent the 4tl and Sth with his parents, Mr. ant Mrs. Mark Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schiltz and family, Chicago, are vUitlng rel atlven here this week. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welp, Waterloo, spent the 4th at the home of Mrs. Joseph Welp, Sr. Nick Grandgennett, Dubuque. is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Peter Berens, who is ill. Ed Becker, Waterloo, and Betty Sheridan were dinner guests Saturday at the Mrs. Peter Becker home. Mr. and Mrs G. D Hart spent Bilurnriy at Ol oboji visiting their daughter, Antoinette, who ii employed in a drug store there The following families enjoyed a furnily pirnlu Saturday: Nick Kchiltz. Chicago, Ed Droe.s.iler, A. A. Uruesslcr und Fred Kudocs. Joseph Kpr.'tdlini;. who operates) the mat-hint's at the Dreamland Theatre, i.s dpi'iiding a two week.-,' vai.-utiun with his pan.-nts in Wisconsin Agnes Droessler and Alma .Stork who aru taking a summer .s< hool course: at Cedar Kall.-i, apt-ill the 4th and 5th with their re.>]"-'ftiVL- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Phil .Sheridan and son, Thomas, relumed to their home in Ames atu-r spending their vacation at the J H. .Sheridan ui'd H. J. Deitering homed. Mr. and Mrs Fred Hunker and son, Darreil of Cherokee, and Armilla Bunker. Heiiuien, were week end guests at the H J. Deitering and Peter Schiltz homes. Mr. u.nd Mrs. Phil Sherid.tn. of Ames, Mary Anita ('airy, Whitte- ruorc, Maurice Greenfield and Jolin and Patricia Sheridan bpent Saturday and Sunday at Okohoji. Ou Sunday Ed Saunders, Dubuque Lawrence Baker and James and Betty Sheridan joined them there Inez and Mary Am- M»nue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J A. Menke, spent the week end with the Lee Brown family at their cottage on Manhatten Beach at Okoboji. The girls are nieces of Mra. Rruwn. Evelyn Wei ). another niece of Mra. Brown, is spending this week with them. Ottosen News yass%3n£&a®^^ Joe Longseth visited friends at Belmond over the week end. A number of Ottoaen people spent the Fourth at the lakes. Miss Eunice Worster of Valley Junction U visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer and family spent the Fourth at Marathon, Iowa. Charlie Harris and nephew of Peoria. 111., visited friends here over the week end. Miss Verna Holt spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Bernard Jacobs home in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Truelson and son of Woden spent the week end at the Chris Anderson home. Mr and Mrs. Ole Olson and family of Clarion were Sunday dinner guests at the E. J Dahl home. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will hold un ice c ream social Saturday evening, July 11, at the church parlors. Mrs. Melvin McCullough and children of Detroit, Mich, came on Friday for an extended visit with relatives. Miss Clara Dahl. win) i;> working at the Hev Sande home at Kenecsi. spent the week end at the E. J. li.ihl home. Mr. and Mrs. Cl.iudi- Hull and family of Clear Lake, South Dakota, vi.iited Thursday and Friday .it I he J'eU-r Holt home ST. JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Thill and fam- ly of Whlttemore were callers at the John Fuhrmann home Thursday. Rita Thul. Germane and George Junior Becker spent the past week at the Eugene Thul home near Ottosen. Rev. George Theobald returned home from Mapleton Tuesday evening. His sister. Sister M. Albina from Sioux City, returned here with htm for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Val Fuhrmann and family from Nether Hills, Sask atchewan, Canada, arrived here on Thursday to visit with MJ-. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann, parents of Val and other relatives. They plan to remain till the first of August. The Fuhrmann's report their crops in Canada were good but also badly In need of rain a week ago when they left. DOAN NEWS Gladys Paetz was a Sunday dinner guest at the John Reidy home The Jess Hill family of Algona. spent Sunday evening at the Ed Wolfe home. Ladies' Aid meeting will be held this week Thursday at the home ol Mrs. Mary White. The F;ae Sthnobrigh family ol Mankalo, Minn , spent Sunday ai the A. B. Venteif her home. Mary Ann Venteii her ia assist ing with household duties at the \Vm. J Martinek home. MM. M.ir tlnek ih reported 'AH improving. Mrs. Arhsah F.rickson and fam ily. who i ame Wednesday to at tend the funeral of her father. . IJ Andrews la.il Thursday, left fo their home Saturday at Sterling Colorado St. Benedict News Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Plutbe and John Thill returned Friday evening from Iowa City where they had taken Mr. Thill's daughter, Zita. to enter th* hovpital for treatment (or a tumor ou her face Mrs. Will Arndorfer accompanied the Julian Arndorfer family to tluir lionit- at Ackley recently for u few ilayo' visit. Mi.i. Mary Kabbelider and Greg Kluder motored to Adanu, Minn . Tui-.iii.iy p. ni. to take Mrj. (Geneva Winner and children to their home. Mra. Miitt Bormann and Mrs Neick Eisrhen, leader of the Wo- inen'd ionety are painting and decorating the Sisters' home at present. Mr. and Mrs Fred McWhorter and bun. Donald, were dinner yueats at tile Jacob Hengcl home at Fen- tori, in honor of Kldoru Hengcl, who j was home on a vacation. Ben Kunkel and some of the family motored to Iowa City lo be with Mra. Kunkel who underwent an operation for gall bladder trouble. At tiiia writing she la not so well. Friends are very borry to hear thai Mrs. Nick Ko^Kopf ia very low al thu writing. Mijj ItichU-r, K. N., ia caring for her. aloo Anna Schinilz, of Halbur, Iowa, Mr. Kaa- kopf'o Mjter, has been here beverai weeks to help care for her and Ihc home. Notice to Bidders Notice u nt-i'i-by ^iven that pro- j.o.jaJ.j for irrrlio); of a .v-houl house in .iur,-d..itrii t No 1 in Irvington To'tWi.lhlii County of KO.T .suth, will be jc'-eivid by the un'l'.-r- .-iigned to ht.i o*fn e in .Vii'i irving- ton Township * A'hi-re pbtr.ii limy be :>een until 8 o'i lot k P. M, lUh d.iy of July. I'j'.'.t'ii at win-h li/ne ion- tract for foiirttru< tiuri Will be ;iv/11 riled to the lowv.it bidder The Hoard reserves the right to reject any or all bida. Secretary Alxona, Iowa TcU John A. Clark Electric Co.. mdse. West ins house Electric Supply Co.. rods*. Malleable Iron Range Co.. mdse. The FVd-FVMer Co.. mdse. Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. mdse. McCord Radiator & Mfg. Co.. mrlse. The Petroleum Brokerage Co., gas, oil Barnsdall Refining Co.. gas. oil Shell Petroleum Corp.. gas. oil Milwaukee R'r. freight on gas. oil Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., lub. oil - Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., lub, oil „ Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. _. Ralph's Service Garage, repairs Dutch Super Service, repairs F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Governor of State, fee — G. C. McKee, mdse. L. Bliley, refund for meter Northwestern Bell Telephone, service Irvington Light & Power Co., signs Cresco-Unioa Electric Co.. signs Advance Publishing Co., supplies H. W. Post, freight and dray. I'y Express Agency, ex- prees . W. Sullivan. P. M., box rent ffm, Vanderwerf et al, labor Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Botaford Lumber Co.. mdse. for olectroliers -. DEPOSIT FUND Mrs. Helen Way et al, refund deposit WATER FUND W. Kelly, aalary farry Barton, salary ''rank Ostrum, salary — -aura Mitchell, salary ... iarl Bowman, labor ion Palmer et al. labor.. 'araes B. Clow & Sorw, mdse. Leighton Supply Co., mdse. Ve>ptune Meter Co., mdse.. rane Co.. mdse. Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. & Muckey, mdse. .. A. Heard, repairs S. IT. I. Labs., water tests. f. W. Pout, freight and dray. - \dvance Publishing Co., supplies — GENERAL FUND Frank Green, aalary If. A. Van Alstyne, salary II. A. Van Al.-ityne, salary. H. H. Valentine, salary .. Frank Green, dog* Northwestern Bell Telephone, service Titu.-i Garagfc, Kart and oil. I, K. Hovey, «aa and oil._ Tho. 4 . Akre, mdse. Je-.ii- rinh(.-nhow«-r. rare dump Akre, rent I.aihbr'>ok, salary - l,a^hbrook, aalary . Arrowood et al, la- 181.0 9.6f 17.00 of Jf.-,.-<> IU-.rt 135.00 130.00 130.00 125.00 125.00 SO.'JO S0.0<> 136.00 20.00 24.40 198.85 56.49 24.19 117.62 32.93 12.59 16.05 1.02 22.68 228.22 210.51 244.22 589.23 94.86 95.69 2.34 1.33 2.60 .75 5.SS 5.00 7.00 18.60 22.94 2.63 3.35 186.40 27.04 .73 .73 69.4S 13.59 17.00 2000 70.00 120.00 125.00 105.00 91.00 419.S7 342.00 116.42 151.65 41.77 12.00 9.5 1 ) 7.00 2.00 26.17 33.20 125.00 59.00 58.00 100.00 1.50 3.32 12.75 6.82 20.00 10.42 70.0) 400') John Helmers et al, labor- John Nordstrom et al, labor C. E. Chubb, en*. Botsford Lumber Co., tndse. 293.30 SWIMMING POOL FUND Holland White, salary —- 81.01 Frances Clayberg, salary. 54.00 Joe Kelly Jr., salary 54.00 Joe Kelly Jr., labor 20.00 Thompson - Hayward Chemical Co., mdse. ... 7.86 Wallace A Tlernan Sales Corp, mdse 40.32 International Filter Co. repairs 7.50 Kennedy ft Parsons, indue. -.... 54.43 National Cash Register Co., mdse. - 43.3! Lalng & Muckey, mdse. -- 7.5: A. H. Borchardt. mdse. ._• 2.81 Alex Nielsen, labor 102.75 H. W. Post, freight .90 Kirsch Laundry, laundry. 12.0: Northwestern Bell Telephone, service 6.11 FIRE FUND r. C. Wrlaht, salary 45.00 r. C. Wright, nalary(May) 45.00 Matt SeUer, gas -91 BAND FUND Algona Military Band, services 600.00 Adjourned June 25, 1935. Auditor'* Office July 1. 1936 bor bor 'i--.ir I. ''., , W. ray riperraw ct al, la________ _________ iiu- Sand & Gravel Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion oy (josgrove and «econd by Balgeman that the ttalary of the weed commissioners be fined as follows: 35c per hour and 6c per mile. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgreman and second by Morris that the Beer Bond of U. R FrankL Irvington. Iowa, be approved and a class 'C' permit be Issued as of July 1. 1938. Aye*: all. Motion by Morris and second by Balgeman that the Beer Bond of Nick Oengrler. Lotto Creek. Iowa, be approved and a class 'B' permit be Issued as of July 1, 1»36. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Baum that the Cigarette Bond of John Wltte. St. Benedict. Iowa, be approved and permit Issued as of July J. 1936. Ayes: all. Motion bv Cosgrove and second by Balgeman 'that tr.e Cigarette Bond of Mary Fasbender, fit. Benedict. Iowa be approved and permit Issued as of July I. 1936. Ayes. all. Motion by Balgeman and second by Morris that the Beer Bond of Mary Fasbender. Ht. Benedict, be approved and a class 'B' permit be issued as of July 1. 1938. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Baum that the Beer Bond of Cecil O Bailey. Seneca. Iowa, be approved and a class 'B' permit be Issued as of July 1, 1»3«. Ayes: all. Motion 'by Morris and second by Congrove that the Certificate of Farm Bureau Membership be filed and approved and that $3.000.00 be appropriated for the year 1938 In accordance with Chapter 138 of the 19.1S Code of Iowa. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and second by Cosgrove that the County Treasurer be authorized to file a tax claim In Federal Court. Fort Dodge. Iowa, 1935 taxes and the first Installment for 1935 against the Goeders Co, name to be full of taxes owing Kos- uuth County. Iowa. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by mm that the balance remaining In the County Bridge Bond Furd be transferred to the General County Fund In accordance with Section F,?>i9 of the 1835 C"<1« of Iowa Ayes: all Motion by Balneman aivl second l-y Baum that $5000.00 be transferred from the County Poor Fund to the Bovine T. B. Fund to reimburse the Hovlne T. B. Fund for the Temporary transfer mad* In ItlZ. Aym all. Motion by Balgeman and second hy Morris that the beer bond of Wm. II Devlne, Ht. Joe. Iowa, be approved and a 'C" permit be Issued as of July I. 1936. Aye»: all Motion by Morris and second by Hit urn that pauper notice b« »erv- on Martel Kler.e. Wm. A. Vehalage and wife. Anna B. Grant and U. S. Grant. Martin Gregariion and children. Ayes: all. Motion bv Baum and second by M-irrls that a rasr- allowance "f j 10.09 per rnorth b«? given Mr» Je»» •Xieraw for the care of Marian.! Miller beginning July 1, t9'*> Ayes: Motion by Baum and second by Balgeman that a cash allowance of $» 00 per month b«? Riven Mr». Otto Ki-ppen. for the care of Catherine fl«ck»-r. beginning July 1. 1VJ5. A.ve»: all. . , Motion by Baigemai and fwoond bv Coaifrove that the Cigarette bond of Hammer Hervlcw Hiallon be approved and a permit iBHUed for same to Wm. Hammer -8t. Joe. aa of July 1. 1936. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and serono by Cosicrovn that the quarterly re- portu of K J. Uutler. County Auditor, I J Uooley, County Recorder. Katharine McKvoy. Clerk of Dlntrlct i.'uurt. \K: approved. Ayes: all. Motion hy MorrU and second by l!al«ernari that the neml-anrual re- tiun nl M. J I>uffy. County Treasur- \ni approved and published ac- cordliiK t" law Ayea: all. M'ili',n bv Morrln and second by Ual«eman that a temporary lran»- er of $1'M)0000 be made from trie ii.vuie T B. Fund to tre Gen«rr:l •>un«y Kunrt anil the County Aud- tnr l,e auHiorzed to bftnd the nec- .-.ary re^i,iutli.n.f to the State miptn,l!'-r f"r approval. Aya»: all. Mutton t-y Morris ami second by jnnriive that the <:!aim f'jr back ,iL-a (ile<l by ftirlH .lai-..t,.H nxalnst l In- K»taie ,,f Warren I' Urew:iter tiled in full fur »7f, 00 Ayes On inoti'in board adj'jurn'd until i,r-e i/i-lnck p. m line i/i lur-k the Board "f ,sup*r- nsurrf met pursuant t" adjournment with all members present. M«,i|.,n l,v Ilium an.I second by rliar He'oii'l'iry Koad Tet.'<.. •i'*-i. No. zll. N" :i*7 I/'; SCBBOWtB OF CfcAIMS COUNTY FUND Allowed ...-* . 10.30 Ray S. Burdlne, printing Joseph Hauptman, Ins ....... W. W. Sullivan, postftgrc .. . W. W. Sullivan, pontage ---W. W. Bulllvan, pontage .... M<?M*nger Printing Co., print- City of'AVg'onft.' light serv... 40.58 C. B. Ward, bounty ........ }J-J» Ix>o. L. Ludwlg. bounty ...... W. W. Sullivan, postage ---Elmer Eng«?lbart». bounty .. W. W. Sullivan, pontage .... Northwestern Bel) Tele Co., ... Tele, dcrv .................. 1(M - 98 vr. W. Sullivan, postage and box rent .................. 'iS R. A. Blelch. bounty • }•»« 2.40 »•<»» Mar? K. Sands, salary ...... »»•»" Frances Duffy, salary ...... «-00 John Bestenlehner, salary F Wi Baum, salary ....... F. J. Balgeman. salary ...... W. 8. Cosgrove. salary ...... Chas. Morris, salary ... ..... H'. B. McDonald, salary ---- Ksther Lnvrenz, salary . . ---M J Duffy, office exp. bounties, etc ................... Dorothy Snacto, salary ...... Lucille Dole, salary . ....... Maurice McMnhon, office, exp. J .1 Dooley. office exp ..... Carl Dahlhauser, office exp, bd. and care of prisoners.. Clerk of D. C.. office exp. . . H. Ostwlnkle. del. tax col. 37.60 . 150.00 23.42 46.00 40.00 53.68 89.97 140.65 8.16 87.07 18.10 15.00 29.70 28.77 . . . C S. Pearson, mil for del, and checking ballots ...... Lottie J. Kaln, mil. and office exp ..... t. ............ * Mrs H. T. Bunkofske, conducting Sth (trade exam. ... Vera K Schwletert, conduct- Ine; Sth grade exam. ---Button * Jenks, printing . . Bancroft Register, printing. . Advance Pub. Co.. printing . Lu Verne News, printing .... Tltonka Topic, printing .... P A. Dansor, J. P. fee ...... Carl DahlKaueer. sher. fee .. C. F. Specht. mayor fee ---F W. Green, marshall fee . . Leo K. Blelch. board of Rev. meeting ............... • • • • H. J. Braley, Board of Rev. meeting ........ .......... 1.00 A L,. Klelnpeter, Board of Rev. meeting .......... .. H. H. Dreyer, trustee meet- Alex Ra'd'rg.'tnistee'meetirig . O B Johnson, trustee meeting P. M Chrlstensen. trustee meeting .................. John Karsten, weed comm. . A K. Anderson. we*d comm. . Jlen Jenklnson. weed. comm. reil Dlekmann, posting quar. signs ..................... Carl Hutchlns, posting, quar. signs ..................... H. H. Dreyer. posting quar. signs ..................... :» C. Hatter. Co. Supt. conv. rt'alter Anderson. Co. Supt. conv ...................... Harry Llnde. Co. Supt. conv. K. Woltz. Co. Hupt. conv. IV. A. Sigsbee. repair ..... . :,alrd * McCulIoUKh. use of chairs election day ...... K W. Lusby. sup ........... Marvin Klocke, bounty ...... illie Kruse. bounty ...... Merle 8achs. bounty ........ rwln Dlesklng. bounty ---- .'leo Shlpler. bounty ........ •ecll richt, bounty ........ \farlln Hardt. bounty ........ Winston Schroeder, bounty . . Oordon Pedersen. bounty . . . van Gushing, bounty ...... Raymond Kromlnga. bounty Arnold Rlcklefs. bounty ---- Krwln H. Eden, bounty ----Missouri Kansas Cliem. Corp.. sup ....................... Jlllyard Chem. Co.. sup ...... deal Mfg. Co., sup ......... Nelson Hardware, sup ..... 'nlversal Lflb.. sup ......... ?. H. Cretzmeyer, med. care prisoners ................. fenklns FergemaH Co.. sup. . Met Sup. Co . sup ........... 7.lon Office Sup., sup ....... H N. Showalter. sup ......... Matt I'arrott & Co , sup. . . Kllpto Loose Leaf, sup ....... Perkins Bros., nup .......... J H. Welch, sup ........... Whlttemore Champion, bar docket . .< ................. Monroe Cal. Co.. malnt. Ins. bond ..................... Momyer A Son., clear title .. Htate Comptroller, auditing No 27 *•*•«• Paul"* Wllllamg, e»tlmat« Sec 342 ....j............ 441.45 Paul,'* Williams, estimate Set 37« H «71.51 Paul * William*, estimate ^ gee. 371 • • • T10.78 Paul & Williams, estimate H. Mi smith,'engineer".';;;.'; J«-JJ I>on Nugrent, ass't eng 'SS'SS John Fraser, rodman ........ .7|-w C. * N. W. Ry. Co., freight . 2J8.3J J V. Elbert. fresno work .. 277.60 C. T. Williams, checking M. g L ftV Wor'b'y,' 'patrol''.'.'.'.,'.'.'.. IIO-'S Clifford Holmes, patrol 1 2!-2S Helnder Kromlnga, labor 91.00 Francis Elbert, labor 21.00 A. J. Hlldman, checking grav- £j , 60.00 Wheeler Lbr. Bridge, sup 724.13 Jule Belfert, road grading .. 308.JO Iowa Culvert * Pipe Co., sup. 488.86 Barton & Warner, sup 701.88 W B. Williams, malnt. gravel 289.22 Harm Rlslus, damage «.00 John Helmers, rent 10.00 Elmer Olawe, labor 93.43 Lee O. Wolfe, printing 8.00 J. O. Thaves, printing .... «.IO Ely Anderson, road meeting 8.20 Botsford Lbr. Co., sup 277.60 Standard Bearings Co., sap. .. 568.14 Keuffel & Esser Co.. sup. .. I2.S9 MAINTENANCE FUND C. N. W. Ry. Co.. freight 687.66 Interstate Power Co., light serv 1.02 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., tele, serv i.._ 18.4* City of Algona. light serv. .. «.43 K. D. James, sodium chlorate 304.81 Jay Godden. labor f3.46 American Hoist & Derrick Co., repairs 121.05 Hugh Butterfleld, labor 92.06 J. H. Montgomery, labor .... 9I.TO Mike Baker, labor 91.09 „ , , Ed Baker, labor 91.00 120 41' Elmer Bwlng. labor 100.80 1«4 44 H. T. Turley, labor 91.00 ' J. E. Smith. labor 89.28 E. G. Stenstrom. labor 14.00 10.94 20.75 8.00 1.96 2.50 .85 1.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 25.40 44.85 20.05 4.00 2.90 1.30 2.40 1.60 3.40 1.00 32.50 11.40 16.93 1.15 .55 .45 ,S5 .35 1.00 .80 1.40 1.60 1.40 .30 .30 . .50 3.19 121.97 1.50 11.75 20.01 2 00 3.67 16.73 2.51 S.36 141.12 93.30 03.30 69.84 24.95 II. ,i, freight aud Notice to Bidders Notice is hereby given that the proposals for materials to be used for construction in a school house in sub-district No. 1 in Irvington Township, County of Kossulh, will be received by the undersigned at his office in faaid Irvington Township (where plans may be »een until b o'clock P. M.. 16th day of July, ll'30> at which time contract for materials will be awarded to the lowest bidder. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. L. C HUTCHINS, Secretary. Aigona. Iowa 27-2S Ed Becker and fr'rancis are eniployud at the Bradley Cute this week. City Bills .Mriu'ia, lutv'u, Juue -5. I'J'.'.b '''jumil uict iu regular btMeiu vviih all UK-uibt'i.-i pifbout Library irusttoj at/pointed fur nix year*: W .B. Quartoli. T. H. Bt«r licenses gracttxl to followiug: Algooa. liotfcl, Ci. R. Ckx>k, M J. Sulzer, Aod«r»on & Galbruitb, J. F. BUaier, W. A. Barry, Edwia ainl-tnl Oil '',,.. mdrf"-. _. i.-i l-Itiil Foundry, md.ie . S. N»rli>n & Sort, rndhe. S. N'urton & Hon, indnt;. ri. Norton & Son, .Hfcwur I'll'" -- -- -1-' ,-i. Norton lie Son. mijoe. Ot-ortffi L. Miller, rfi>airs- ('hrl.-5ten.seii iirus., iiidde.- i'. A. Hfard, rfcpairH . Kunsuth Implfiufut CD. n-pairi ' _ . Win. c. Ijau Garage, repair* -. Kent Motor Co., repairs _. Tom Frank!, wa.i aurl oil - Peiitotmk Oil Station, kt-ro I/. K. Hov-ey, Kad arid oil . Jean Kiddle, gati and oil . c. K. Chubb, engineer Botaford Lumber I'D, indie. — Botsford Lumbor Co., mdrit. Auiodelo Pav. Co., mdtie. - OKADK FUND KJIi'jlt Skillies, uuiu and i i-acu — Elliott Skilliiig, man and ti-aaf Willaid lireK.-jou, man aud ttaul Wiliard ijfKXauu, mall aud tc-am Krauk Skillmg, latxjr Geo. Gucder, labor Geo. Guilder, laior Oliver Bakkfeu, labor Louid HagK, labor Glen Strayer, labor 8BWER FUND J. W. K»lly, aalary 10.13 2'i.r/s 114.0' 'M.f, 'li'll U A. KUInMUir, IB. of B«rl«w H. B. WTilt*. J. P. f*e Carl Dahlhauser. sher. fee .. F W. Green, marshall fe« .. COURT FUND John Foth, bailiff •••• Frances Davidson, court reporter 36.00 7.00 962.00 1.00 1*.W» 2T.6» 1.10 15.00 S6.10 M» ML t M<,III . ormr. l -pair :-', '.Hi Mo .'M 1 .HO 8.10 5.41 'J.81 1.13 10.7;) S.60 600 143.70 H.47 170.17 85.10 63.00 6'j.65 82.25 68.60 14.00 81.20 23.45 83.65 M.OO .n l.y fiMKiov,.- and Heeund by that 11,111111 !/•; appoinled aM a , mi In. .;. 4, -'T. S'l. 71, VI. kt. \',1. !',»; Aytn: all nil by liaurn and m-cond bv II.at Ilaltcemaii be ufipulnted a.' i i,inn.lli>••: lo make Of! ntt.-x- , .1 ! . r--{'iilr:< mi In I'i ^lid 9:i-l:il!',<> Av-.-i. all Mr, 1,1,r, I,, Murun ar il i-ecund by l'., r «i',v.- I!,at fl.i- final »-hllrnitU-» "I I .I'll iv. Willl.iiiiJ 'Jli He i. ltd Dl»t tin '.1\ N'. ::Tn No '.',\'i. No SSI b< appl i,vi|. Ayi * all Motion by OjMtff'V.- anil n-roml b/ MoiriK tiial lie Official Bond of «' I-: Ttiiirrian. liilfT.ilo Twp, bi: leaheij a.H I,- U nn loiiK«;r actlnij -Jn.Milcc i,t I'timv Ayt-n: all. Motoii \>y CoHKrov* and second by Mori is that II.<-• l'<34 I'oll la* of A i IIM (/»ii.-ixaari| In I'urtland Twp 1,.; ,'j)yali-ij b».-/:au**e »^f having work «-d lame in KaKle Twp. Ayes: all Motion by liaurn unil Huconil bi Morris that tin; J»S3 taxi.-a of AUK Ha«iiJorn. Sprllixfltld Twp ba funil, d becausi; of having paid laxi a twice ilurlnn that year. Ayes: all Morion by ConKrovc ami necon by Kalxi-maii thiit the apullctttlo wMow'^ pension of Kurlcto Moore b>j approved. Aytu: all Mollon by MurrU and uei;ond b, H.iiKeinaii that Herbert A. Adams I.e Klvi-n |50i).1)0 noldler» exemption Lola 26 and 27, Oak 1'ark Add- irlon 10 ttie City of Algona, for l'j'.'-'<. A yen: all. Motion by Ijalgeman and second by Baum that the rlul.t- of-i:lalm ai:d tlnul levtflinB of upoll bankn on I) I> No 90 aa directed to th« Hunkers lAtv In». Co be filed. Ayeit: all. Motion bv Baum and sucond bv Ilalioinan that the l»31 money and i rurtlt iax on tho 1:1.060.000 tt»»e»»- eil by K W Bi-iiiiitr be abated a.* n-i;oniiii(!nded by the t(/wn council ill Lakota. Iowa. Ayts: all Mi'tluii by UalKcmari and second l,v liaum that th* Social Welfare Worker make an Investigation of all patients ma Win if application for admission to tha State University hospital and that application be O. K.'d by two memberu of the Board of Supervisors of Ko»»uth County, Iowa. Ay««: all. On Motion board proceeded to audit and allow bllU aa per "Schedule of Claloui" hereinafter written: Or 3— klmore Cement & Tile Co.. HOP l> II. Mayer, labor GeorB/e I-iioft, labor Dr 4 — K G Htenstrom, labor .... F.il. Wiliard. labor Northern Lumber Co.. sup . Klmore Cement & Tile Co- sup Dr 20— Dick Baade, labor Dr. 25— Marlun Ash. Ubor Dr 57— Klmore Cement & Tile Co. 1'aul Trasamar. labor .... Henry Christiansen, labor.. Dr. 31 — Henry Christiansen, tabor . i'aul Tranamar. labor .... Dr. 33— Dick Baade. labor Dr 43— I'aul Trasamar. labor Henry Chrlntlannen, Ubor .. Dr *0— . , K O. Htonstrom. labor .... Kd. Wiliard. Ubor Northern Lumber Co. *UK. Dk-k Baade, Dr. 75. Ubor.. Dr »'>— Hallway K*P Co.. »up Je.» N'ordyke, labor c.'has K. Ct.ubb, eng klmore Cement & Tile Co, I'aul Traaarnar, Ubor Henry <JhrUtlan»en, Ubor. 1)1 Ii2 — I'aul Tra«arnar, Ub<jr Henry Ctirl»tlar.»en. labur. Dr US — K. J I'almer labor . r >i t — Marlon Ant., labor . i r * '.• —• Northern I.br Co., uup Kil. Wiliard. labor K (i ,4ter;»tri,m. labor . . liuoiKe L«i/fl. labor D. 1) Mayi.-r, labor Kd Wlllaril. labor K I'M. .Stenalroiii, labor .... NoitlK-tn I.br. Co.. bup .. 29.44 44.00 38.50 12.00 10 50 .97 400 120 3 20 15.55 26.25 30.00 «00 7.00 3.00 1.76 2.00 42.00 2676 7 60 4 HO 9.00 «.00 6.00 7.00 12.041 3.70 4 09 10.00 < 80 .47 7.00 I) 00 14.00 16.0(1 14 00 16.00 3.01 Kd. Wiliard. labor 12,25 Fred J. Coon, labor 91.00 a D. McDonald, labor 104.00 Ro«;er Elbert. hauling dirt .. 126.40 Ralph Markla. labor 91.70 Tom Weir, labor 69.60 William O. Ludwl*. labor 92.06 Harry Hetmke, mechanic .. I25.6D W)m. F. Qronbach. labor 91.00 .Tohn Hanselman, foreman .. 139.00 Kd. Fuchsen. labor 91.00 Joe M. Esser. labor 104.00 Pert Sr.eltmyer. labor 91.00 C. A. Lamoreux. labor 77.60 I.vnr. Kuchenreuther, labor . 90.65 Wayne Ha*;en, Ubor 66.50 Wilbur Fischer, labor 91.00 Oliver Touns;, labor 69.25 Peter Movlok, labor 91.00 f.yell M. Miller, labor 89.40 Lfo Delperdangr, assignment of labor 100.00 Alton Pettlt, labor 64.60 Mervln Marlow, labor 91.00 .f F. Qulnn, labor 91.00 Jake Keller, labor 72.00 Chester Alme. labor 91.00 Earl Earing, labor 91.00 Charles Berte. drafffflna; .... 7.00 A. M. Oustafson. draKRlni;. 7.75 Henry Mslrders. draffglns; .. (.50 Walter Schwartz, dragging . 18.25 Peter 1ST. Thllges. dragging .. 11.00 Kay Alrhnrt, hauling dirt .. 26.00 R. L. Huber. labor 41.60 George Bashara. labor 7.00 D. B. Mayer, labor 19.00 Marlon Ash. labor 11.20 Henry Flomer. labor 4.00 Dick Baade, labor 42.00 Albert Neuroth. labor 63.BS Ix-ander Vaske, dragging; .... 10.25 John Baker, labor 7.80 E. J. Palmer, Ubor 15.5ft Roy Brook*. Ubor 21.60 Henry Christiansen. Ubor . 6.80 George Looft, labor 14.00 I'aul Trasamar, labor 2.50 Klmore Cement A Tile Co., sup 1.75 Northern Lbr. Co.. sup 4.44 Farmers Cooperative Hoc . sup. 3.80 Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. fuel . I.0« McCormlck-Deerlng Store, repairs 118.72 Kohll-.aas & Hplllei, repairs .. 21.47 C*eo. HoUzbauer, repairs .... 6.60 Arthur Fehrson, repairs .... 8.99 Joe Oreer.berg. repairs 62.16 A. M. Lease, sup 10.07 I'aul A Williams, malnt. grav el . 1901.65 Dick I'aul. malnt. gravel ....1235.77 Iowa Union Tele. Co.. tele. serv 4.23 Lone Itcck Tele. Co.. '*ele.i serv 27.12 Central States Electric Co.. light serv I JO Lakota Ilscord. nrlntloK Advance Pub. Co. printing Ben Meyer Jr., damage 8.00 Vincent Daughn. fuel 49.il Auto Tag Industry, signs .. 85.6) Delegard Tool Co., repairs .. 12.36 Century Tool A Metal Co., re . pairs 78.50 I Waterloo Construction Co. I repairs .' «8.84 Itasro Alley Co. sup 23-91 John Lucas A Co.. sup 41.00 J. I. Merryman. bridge work 762.85 Wheeler Lbr. tc Bridge Co., lumber 6S9 «! Arnold Motor Sup., sup 3798 Austin-Western Mach. Co »"P .' 100.11 Standard Bearing* CO., «ap, .. 4.TS Kelty-How-Thontpion. «up... JJ.M Globe Mach. Co., «up. ...-•• «»•<• Central Auto Electric Co., gup 65.6t Delghton Sup. Co., *up -J'-I! j. 5. Adam* Co., iup *!!•!! Iowa Mach. Co., sup tl.«9 Barter. Warner Co., «up fT.fj Owatonna Tool Co., «up 1I.W Cha». Berlnger, fuel XI».J» Edw. H. Dehnert, fuel 1762.9* COUNTT POOR FUND Supervisor Dl*t. 1— R. I* Corbln, medical fee 2».0« J. W. McCreery, medical care T.09 Mr*. Peter Kenne, care .... 7.69 Cut Rate Grocery, prov »1.0» Baker'* Dairy, milk 3.M C. H. Lfchty. prov 5.<X Kathryn Haar, rent 9.0» Supervisor Dl«t. 2— P. V. Janse, med. care 69.1* R. If. Wallace, med. care .. 50.0» C. H. Cretzmeyer. med. care 34.69 M. O. Bourne, med. care .... 15.90 John N. Keneflck, med. care 18.76 Walter Fraser. med. care .. i 60 Kossuth Hospital, care 203.50 Basket Grocery, prov 4.00 Algona Creamery, milk .... 10.SS C. S. Johnson, prov. 19.60 Red Owl Grocery, prov 12.00 W. J. Pllcher, prov 7.89 Anderson Rite-Way, prov. .. 12.SO R. A. Clark, prov 1.46 Botsford Lumber Co.. pror. .. 6.64 Conoco Station, fuel 1.10 Lottie J. Kaln to Co. Treas. Old Age Pension 10.10 Mr*. Wm. Meyer, care 10.00 Guy Mantor, rent 4.00 Mr*. Alex Miller, rent 10.00 John Williams Est., rent 10.00 J. L. Bonar, rent 10.00 Wm. F. Behnke. rent 10.00 Laird A McCullough, funeral exp 3.0* Supervisor Dist. 3— Dr. Hamstreet, med. care .... 3.00 V. V. Janse, med. care 4.00 lAmo* Bor.acker, prov 9.0t J. F. CUpiaddle, Sup. Dist. 4, med. care 15.04 T. J. Kgan, med. care 66.25 Kennedy Bros., prov. 14.00 Smith'* Dept. Store, prov. .. 9.00 Wrede A Krau*«. prov K.OO Merrill Bros., prov 10.00 Matilda McFacUnd. prov. .. l.RO Hoods Store, prov 6.00 Paul Qranie* prov O. P. McUonaJ4, prov. ...... Mr*. Augxuta BeTtx. car* .. C. H, Scliroeder, rent Oliver Moe, rent J. H. Mierldan. rent Supervisor Diet 6— P. V. Jan*e, med. care R. L. William*. m*di car* .. W. Llndqulat, mad. care .. Mary Webster, care J. M. Waldln, hospital car* (1 F. Dolmage, hospital care Blomster's Store, prov 8lm*er'* Store, prov C. It. Smith, prov. Mauss Dept. Store, prov J. W. Neville, eup Mr*. Ben Hushton, rent .... Vera Wohler*. rent Cora Krosch. rent Tlce Brack, rent «*nera! Poor— Hllma Ostrum, labor at sewing room Graham's Store, relief good* European Hotel, room for transients Poor Farm— Joseph studer. digging grave C. H. nellly, labor Frank L. Miller, light aerv. .. Kenne A Hughe*, labor Hay Alrhart, labor John Hennlng, labor P. V. Janse, med. care Laird A McCullough, funeral exp Graham* Htore, dry goods .. K. S. Norton & Hon, sup Beck Coal Co., sup Botsford Lbr. Co., sup Missouri Kansas Chem. sup M. F. Amfahr. sup Kohlhaas A Spllles. sup. <ieo. Holtzbauer. sup Nelson Hardware, sup. .. McCormlck-Deerlng Co., Walnut Grove Product* •up ." 17.60 If. E. McMurray, labor ».00 Fred Park, exp 2.94 ItKHOLVED: That the County Auditor be Instructed to Issue warrants for all bills allowed a* per "Schedule of Claim*" hereinbefore written. Motion by Cosgrove am? second by Baum that 1936 Budget Estimate of Kossuth County being duly considered by the Board of Supervisors rtnd* that a date of hearing of said Mtlmata >bould b* B«*d and It a*s«i fix the 22nd day of July. 193*. at the tour of 9:00 a. m. of said day a* the date of hearing, said hearing to be had at the Court House In Algona. Kossuth County, Ipwa. The County Auditor is hereby directed to publish the estimate and notice of hearing a* required by law In the official newspapers of the county. W. K. McDONALD. Chairman. E J. BUTLER. Audtor. Or. motion board adjourned until Wednesday, July 22, 1916. at 9:00 f. m. K. 3. BUTLER. County Auditor. Co., sup. Co.. 2.60 4.26 16.00 9.0« 10.00 U.OO 1.00 22.80 6.50 45.04) 46.00 24.60 10.00 11.00 2.50 24.7ft 3-17 tO.OO 10.00 10.0* 10.00 39.00 6.13 1.00 6.09 9.50 13.01 69.30 6.38 60.00 3.00 79.50 2.88 12.06 66.41 15.82 12.00 5.14 9.89 7.48 3.18 .86 MKMI-ANMUAI, MKPOHT OK N. J. Dt'Wr, THKAMUHKR OF KttBKUTH COUNT IT. IOWA For the Period from Jan. 1, 1936. to May 31st, 1936 Inclusive tlTATKMKMT OP ACCOUNTB BY WHO* Balance Balance Receipt* Disbursement* May 31. 193* J.-L Nor.lyk«. labor 900 Homer Nolle, labor 1».00 .Mm i-hubb. labor fJ.OO <-ha» K Chubb. «.-n« »-l-« f< Henry i;hrUlUnneli. labor . B.OU I'aul Tianamar, labor .... ".00 .lobn .s Hafilal. tlteiinout work 306..13 Million Aah, labor 16.00 "Dii'k liable, labur 13 SO ,rdfca, labor 2Z«» KL'NDH CJeneral Holdlers Bonus Old Age Pension • ieneral County .. Court K«p*nse . . Poor Htate Insane Hec. Jtd. Const. . 1935 Tax Refund Hec. Road Maint Bridge County Cash Koad County Hehool Hulillen' Relief Bridge Bond Co. Cash Rd. Bond .... Diverted Interest H«>ooJ Dlst. Library Motor Vehicle Prlr.clpal of ttohool .... Cemetery Temporary Hrhool Teachers' Institute .... Bovine T. B Dornemlc Animal County Falrifrourdo ... I'lty H[ie<lal A»»mt» . . Corporation Funds ... Hehool Dimrlt-t Fund* . [JralnaKe Credltn Overdraft* . . I'ri-Hoad liil. Hedempt Hec jtoad liedernpt. . . Hec Itoad AMKmla Se,- I'rl. Itoad Ili-ili rnpt Total li.ilanren Overdraft* .... TOTAL OvenlrafI* ahown hy • HKC-KIPTH .John Coi Dr 102— , , I'aul Tranamar. labor ... Henry Chrlaltani>«--n, labor . Dr. 105— , Jaiiiux Brophy. labor "ku. Wiliard, Ubor ]•; (j Htenutroin. labor .... Peter Uaaiwni, Ubor Northern Ll>r. Co., sup. .. ""Abe A. Carter, labor Dr 120— Hunry Chrl»tlar.»en. Ubor . Paul Tra»atnar, labor .... i,_ j 22 — Marlon A»h. Ubor Dr 134—• E J Palmer, labor Dr 156— I'lia* E. Chubb, en* Homer Nolle, labor Dr. 166— I'aul Trasamar. Ubor Henry ChrUtlftnaen, l^fj.- Clia*. A. Anderson, 3-46 H. & K.., labor H.-K. 6-87— Marlon Ash, labor I, E. Daw»oo, Ubor II -K. JL 2— H N. tihowaller. aup Jim Chubb. Ubor Ilnuiur Nolle, labor Chan. K Chubb, «u« p. A.-K. Jt 1— Henry Floiner. Ubor CONSTRUCTION FUND Whateinori' Champion, prlnt- U>K Sec. R<1. Notice* ••--•• c. A N. W. By. Co.. freight.. J a. Thave*. prtoticK H. W. Pent, dray c. N. W. By. Co.. freight .... J. V. Elbert, estimate Pro]. Jan. 1. 193* Htate Revenue.) 3.724.83 t 65,656.34 I 4.171.85 f 64,808.31 2,845.47 9,605.82 6,403.24 E.948.9& 764.79 9,802.63 9.866.82 «»«.*• 21.836.58 31,601.34 38.711.36 14.726.6* 1,386.10 1,967.00 1,686.46 1,86*6* f.735.0: 25.847.89 11.180.75 21,402.1* 8,802.80 5,883.37 3,445.79 9,019.44 60,301.50 49.171.03 61,30655 48.1W.78 Ace t 22.70 I2.TO 56,380.12 87,883.48 87,737.14 74.6(44* 27.20 J7 20 218.82 218.82 892.99 6.163.93 5.609.34 647.61 3,673.33 1.361.78 1.926.72 S.118.3T 459.82 37.26 497.07 1,633.68 22.783.94 23.812.73 8.604.89 2,964.63 2.964.63 763.41 701.40 11.97 40,627.44 87,698.00 76.91997 3t.29t.47 161*9.36 1.100.00 4.000.00 12,2*936 173.58 1,176.65 1.000.07 149.1* 5.761.74 1,438.8« 2.05332 6,137.22 26.76 5050 16.13 61.12 11.044.01 22890 10,815.11 2.633.57 277.10 4V8.40 2.412.27 91.97 2.15*.S« .05 2,2t6.4K 135.38 1.400.63 1.320.84 216.27 7,237.08 29,161.03 29.360.00 7.026.11 r, M360Z 197.648.1G 196.909.43 01,673.74 107.944.08 22.71626 953797 121,106.77 47.14* MOS4 6.60500 394.012.60 284,23875 16,373.76 1704* 170.48 6,817 27 *,44» 16 13.0*6.43 9.8* 9.88 431,74763 030.166.24 47 !«• M0.64 431,70040 |1043.903«0 t 940.50844 f 030,095.70 AND l>l*BUII»iCMI2.>T» HKCEIPTH 3.00 4 00 8.77 7.00 8.00 14.40 3200 21.00 4.00 10.50 13.00 3.00 J. V. rt,' eitlmata ProJ. 7.00 8.00 7 26 3 20 8.05 8.81 8 81 37.»7 8.00 8220 546.77 10.66 2.29 2,66 4*2.00 On Hand Jan. 1, 1S3S Kiom <'urrrnt Taxen, 1935 From 1'ellno.uent Ta«e«. 14:14 and prior yearn IVfialty. Intt-rt-ht arid Coiitit DialnaKe Taxes City Hpt-clal A»M(-»Mtnt;nlH (Paving, Hewer, etc.) Old A«o Pension Diverted fntereat Motor Carrier Primary Koat] Itedem yllon (ulalo) f'rliclpal of Hi bool ITund Intercut of H<-hool Fund Teachers Exaiulnatlon arid lujftllut« Ftfcj* lltrer Licenat-a Hale of Automobile Numbers and Llctiiia** Balu of Bunds—Prl-Koud Kefundlng Vina* unit TfurlvllUfKH Iroia Clerk Fines and Forfeiture* from other Officer* .. . Dog Licenses Caru of Patients in Htate Institutions Curt- ut Putlt-n.K la County Iii«tltutlou* Halu of Produce at County Horoe Kale of School Book* faun from County Treasurer Fee* from County Recorder Fee., from Clerk of District Court Fae* from Sheriff MUccllanuous Kocclpts S ransfora from Funds—Autouiobila lh«r Transfers TOTAL KECKIPTS .. DISUUHSKMKNTd Amount 3 431.70(1.49 437,420 3* 4.65* 13 1.106.67 21,627.09 1.400 53 6.449.1* 30.729.40 9.K02.63 2.954.62 253.86 64.236.5* 1.100.0« 1.IJK.IlO 6059 176.0* 67.598.0* . 329,776.0* 60.60 200.76 26.0* 236.02 200.09 1.539.02 139.21 4.65 2.00S.6S 539.85 227.61 12,469.97 2,366.00 43.11481 .11,475,404 U Btate Treaiurer'a Receipts County Au.dltor's Warrant* Hi.hool Vund Loan* Drainage Warrants, Int. Bond* County Bond* Redeemed Interest oo County Bond* Primary Road Bond* Redeemed Interest on Primary Road Bond* Ordur* ou County Treasurer by Mayor* of Cltluu and Towna Order* on County Treasurer by Pre*idvuU of Scrool Dlst Townahlp Clerk*' RecelpU Hevrelary of Btate'n Ktcnltit* for Automobile Llceo*e« Tiaunfem to Fund* Balance on hand May 31, 1936 TOTAL DlbBUIiHBMiflNTij 11.476,404.14 Algoea. Iowa, June 18th. 1936 I. M- J. DUFFY. Treasurer oC K.tw.ulh CJouoty. Iowa, do hereby cerUfr that the report given above I* * correct nummary of the busing** Irani- acted by m* a* nald treaaurer during tha period therein * peel fled. M. J. tmww. Couaty Trea*ur*r.

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