The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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The Algola Upper DM Molnea, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 28,1987 Ledyard Girls Win North, Whittemore So. Tourney ACADEMY RUNS WIN STREAK TO NINESTRAJGHT Bancroft Academy and Sacred Heart Are 'Latest Victims The Algona Academy boys added two more victories to their win column doing the past week by defeating Bancroft Academy 30-21 and Sacred Heart Academy of Ft. Dodge 62-5. The Bancroft tilt was played on the local floor last Friday evening. The Algona boys entered the contest a bit overconfident and were given a much harder game than they expected. However, they scored on the opening tip-off and were never headed, although their lead was threatened a few times. Thlssen led the scoring with 14 points, and Barry followed with 32. Win 68 to 6 Tuesday evening the local boys administered a 62-5 drubbing to the Sacred Heart Academy quint of Fort Dodge. The Algona Academy again scored on the opening tip- off and quickly added two more field goals to take a 6-0 lead. This, together with a wonderful defense put up by the locals, dimmed the high hopes the Fort Dodge team had of victory. They were unable to score a field goal and the half ended 14-1 against them. Beginning the second half they realized that they could not compete with the Algona superior team work so tried to put on a clamming act to take away the sting of defeat. The act only proved boring to the large crowd and the Academy boys took advantage of It to pile up a 02-5 •core. Barry scored 35 points and Thlssen 17. Play Rodman Next Friday evening the Academy boys and girls will meet the Rodman teams on the local floor at 7:30. The Rodman boys have lost only on« game this year. Box scores: Academy (SO) Ban. And. (24) • fg ft pf fg ft pf Barry .5 3 1 Walsh ....3 2 0 Thtisen ....5 4 0 Devlne ....3 3 1 Moll'hoff 103 Lamps ....0 0 3 Beit'hntr 104 Murray ..1 0 3 Stipman 003 Welp .3 1 2 13 8 9 Olris Game Alton* (It) fgftpf Kohlhaas 4 Aman B 1 Capeslua 8 Aman T 0 Hargr'es 0 Elscheld .0 • 6 8 Bisk (40) fg ft pf 3 Simmons 9 3 Johnson ..0 4 Bratlund 6 4 Benson ....0 4 Braddock 0 1 Duncan ..0 13 6 17 15 10 12 Penton Wins 2 From Cylinder Fives Fenton won Its first double head er of the current baaketball season when the second and first teams both came out on top over Cylinder Friday night in Fenton. Fenton's seconds won 9 to 8 in a close but loosely played game. Huskamp and Gramenz starred for Fenton The Fenton first team went on their first scoring rampage of the season and snowed under the boys from Cylinder 31 to 18. Fenton displayed a marked advantage all the time and they were never threatenec after leading at the half, 15 to 6 Alderson with 13 points, Newel with 9 points and Geronsin with six lee the scoring for Fenton. The local will participate in r Kossuth county tournament the latter part of this week at Algona. Burt Grapplers Lose at Osage Burt: The Burt wrestlers weni to Usage Saturday evening, where they were defeated by a score o 12 to 24. Burt forfeited in th< 65 Ib class. In the 85, Wilfrec Woltz lost by a decision. In tn< 95, 105, 115 and 125 pound classes Thavcs, Ralph Smith. Georg Becker and Ralph Dugan won by •JeciMi'iis. Kit-hard Wci.'-kc. who was to have wrestle«l in the !.'>."> 1' t-lijss. was ill and forfeited the match. In the 145 poiim! rl.isi Harold Weiske won I y a decision. Curo! t'rascr lost by u fall in the 1-15 pound class and in the heavy- Weight class, Raney Leek lost by WiUMeet For Title County Here On Monday of The Ledyard girls' basketball team were the winners of the North Kossuth round robin county tournament held at Ledyard, January 2122 and 23. They will meet the South Kossuth champions, Monday night in Algona, for the county title. Thursday nifeht's games were Seneca versus Lone Rock and a game between Lakota and Ledyard. Lone Rock was defeated in a fairly close game 25 to 15. The local girls beat Lakota by a large margin, 50 to 32. Friday night Lone Rock defeated Lakota by the score of 31 to 21 and Ledyard won from Seneca with a large score, 40 to 25. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona tipper Des Moines KOSSUTH COUNTY GIRLS' MEET (North Half) At Ledyard Grant 23; Ledyard IS (reserves) Lone Rock 32; Lakota 24 Ledyard 42; Seneca 23 (South Half) At LuVerne Whittemore 40; LuVerne 32 Wesley 45; Bancroft 33 Consolation LuVerne 41; Bancroft 23 Final Whlttcmore 46; Wesley 41 Andrew Elbert, sheep killed , by does ,. 10.00 Ralph M. Robert*, sheep killed by doc* 64.00 Chris Anderson, sheep killed by dogs 30.00 Otto Engelbarts, sheep killed by dogs <0.fft A. M, Qenrlch, hogs killed by dogs 12.50 CONSTRUCTION FUND H. M. smitff, salary 245.00 Don T.J Nugent, salary .. 160.00 John D. Fraser, rodman . 63.00 J. I. Merryman, bridge work 212.40 Metz Construction Co., supplies 242.00 Itock Island Lumber Co., supplies 282.47 M. J. Duffy,' Co. Treas.. Co. cash road bonds 14,000.00 . MAINTENANCE FUND If. W. l"ost, freight 2.62 Hallway Express Agency, freight , 1.38 Peter Movlck, advance patrol 25.00 City of Algona, lights .... 15.95 S. S. Torrey, supplies .... 40,00 Kugene Myers, labor 11.10 Iowa Union Telephone Co., Tel. services 4.23 FLOODED BLACK RIVER LEAVES BANKS IN MISSOURI —Top photo shows family that stayed in their home in East Poplar. Mo., after being warned of high water in the Black River, being rescued by a boat, after the levee broke nearby. Bottom photo shows crew of men repairing levee and building a small dam in effort to stop overflowing river. Saturday night. Seneca and Lakota met in a close game, Seneca coming out with the lead 33 to 29. Ledyard was victorious over Lone Rock by the score, 41 to 22. As a result of the tournament, jedyard won all three games. Seneca won two. Lone Rock won one, and Lakota lost all three. The Grant girls' team won two ;ames from the local second team, lefeating the local girls 23 to 13 on rhursday night. Friday night Grant won with the score 25 to 12. High scores in the tournament 'rom all teams are: Drew, Ledyard, 60 points. Lloyd, Ledyard, 45 points. Pettlt, Lone Rock, 35 points. Johanson, Seneca, 32 points. Leslie, Lakota, 28 points. WHITTEMORE WINS SOUTH TITUS Wesley: The Wesley girls' basketball team won the tournament at LuVerne In the afternoon game against Bancroft, the score being 45 to 32; but the Wesley girl* lost n the evening game against Whittemore, 46 to 41, The boys' team will play Seneca In the tournament at Algona this week Friday evening. ARMSTRONG FIGHT AND WRESTLING CARD FEB. 2ND RELJEF MARCHERS CIRCUS WHITE HOUSE!—Washington, D. C.—Part of the group of 3,000 WPA workers, who paraded the capital streets Jan. 15 waving banners demanding expansion of the WPA program for the next year and chanting slogans. A small delegation presented the demands of the group to a White House Secretary. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office Jan. 1. 1937 Board of Supervisors met pnryu- ant to adjournment with following; members present: Balgeman. Coa- grove. Morris, McDonald and Baum. Board proceeded to audit find allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter written: SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND Amt. Allowed Axel Erlckson. bounty ....$ 4.00 Itolard H.'Gabel, bounty .. 15.00 Arthur Paulson, bounty .. 1.00 Kenneth Anderegg, bounty 200 .loe Hamns, bounty 1.00 (leorge F. Graham, bounty 4.00 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., prlnt- Court House Sets Pace for Bowlers Leading the pack in the Harry Bowling League this week, was the Court Hou.'ie gang, followed closely by the Florists, who have beuuiue one of the potent dam horses of the league. Standings: W L Pet. Court Hou>e 23 10 .697 Florists 20 10 .667 Phillips 66 18 12 .600 Coffee Shop 18 12 .600 Fanner* 18 15 .545 Fearless 5 18 17 .485 Burt 5 19 .239 LuVerne 5 28 .151 There are several postponed games to be rolled, and the schedule does not wind up until April, so anything may yet happen. The Armstrong Athletic Club, managed by Wallace Richmond, Ron of one of the oldest an I best known families in that section, is putting on a series of boxing and wrestling contests. The wrestling part of the series of contests is to decide the championship of northern Iowa, and some of the best wrestlers in the country are matched for the championship. The next wrestling and boxing card will be put on next Tuesday, February 2, and promises to be perhaps the best of the series. Bill Krueger of Billings, Montana, vs. Otto Haeviato the Flying Finn, ot Fargo, North Dakota, are the headline wrestlers Another match, Jack L'bel of St Paul vs. Frank Bauer of Swea City, Iowa middle weight champion, according to the sports editors, will be a thriller. Bauer is the pride of Kossuth county, and is one of the fastest and roughest of the grunt and moan men. The Texas rules prevailing make these mulches lively from the start and it is not unusual for the contestants to land out.title the ropes in the midst of thu spectators with most of their clotnv's gone, here the li^ht i.i continued a.-> a sort of a free-for-all, with .spectators joining in. in other words there- is .seldom ;i dull ninmt-iit. A number of other wrestling inalc'rie-i in.ike up the card for next Tui.sday evening. On the b</xmg card is our own Joimny (Vsgrove, 'it Titotika, son ot County Supervisor Cosgrove, who will be matched with Claude Pettit of tmnietsburg. Both of these men have :i long string of victories and the lifcht will be very interest ing. A number of other boxing matches will be .-.tagt-d. Algona and Kusouth : ounty sports are especially invited i.exl Tuesday and Macuycr Kii-hmond will see that tlie-y are welcomed and entertained. Show starts at t):15 p. m liauhttrk. labor I'hliu II. Winter, bounty Kupert Luecltke, bounty Kllwoo.l .NVlHon. bounty It V. Klvlilgp, bounty . I) L. MrArthur, bour.ty . nrvlllc Furrow, bcunty . W \V. Sullivan. I'. M.. Kupcrt Luedtkf, bounty . i'li-rk ot District Court, rosin ................... Pftv of AlKona, lights .... Win I 1 , ilniinstettfr, bounty XI. I:. Hawks, bounty ...... Kunlel lilancbanl. bounty . 1-Mwln Ht-rnlnghaua, bounty iierk Coal Company, sup- plleH .................... Rimer Wle«e, bour.ty ..... Mtlvln Abtiaa. bounty .... H O. Davis, bounty ...... I'at Ilaan. baunty ........ liurrouKhs A'bllng Machine Co. HUpplleU ....... Cbrls UaU. bounty ...... Mrs. Frn-1 JennliiKS, bounty Frank .StaUelman. bounty •onatar.tlne Scblltz, bounty larolil Lut-iltke. bounty . . (obrrt .Schmidt. Jr., bounty f. it. Laab«. bounty ...... lerald Coleman. bounty . . •KurKK Itivm, bounty .... Kelsev Dunn, bounty .... '•len HouHfetiolder. bounty . 'harlc/s. Clupnaddle, bounty aul Wllley. bounty ...... Mtlvlu t-'lfert. bounty .... afe Oxley, hourly ...... W. W. .Sullivan, P. M., Algona Wrestlers Win, 23 to 12 West Bend Wins Two At Ottosen Ottoswi: The Octoseu high school baaketball teams played West Bend here Friday evening. West Bend won both game* The score of the girl*' game was 34 to 28 and of the boys' 98 to 37. The Ottoaeo high school basketball teams play Bode here Friday night, Jm. 3t- Mil K. '.I fun All,,, i i-:. it. i.,tin Mary V.-ia Art I' M .1 fj. .- e Dlfra. Buti.rr. b unty Aud. re- Kollasch. bounty .. Fox. bounty ........ I'.i-ntnili-bniT. salary 1C Sar.'ls. Miilary .... hi VoiKl. balarv .... ,* Duffy, salary .... C. Ciii!sr,n. salary .. 'rl.-b.-. boutil V ....... f<uffy Co Treaa , of- ..-xp Kd .\|....r.-. I.. M .1 I luff v i unty ad- • I >-<nal<i, C''/ii I' .1 CM-XL >,-.,!., n Hal«.M 1.05 l.oo 11.00 1.0'I l.Oll 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 13.35 60.82 1.00 6 00 1 00 1.00 81 81 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.20 3 0( 2.00 1.00 1.00 1 00 1 0» 5 Ot 1.00 1 00 1.00 1.00 1 00 6 20 1.00 1.00 4 30 6 00 1 00 3< 18 1.00 3 00 ei.on 90.00 67 f,fl 47 50 20.00 2 00 559.75 1 00 1.00 6.53 . 200.70 179.35 Walter Vaudt, quar. exp. P. M. ChrUtenson. . . H. H. Dreyer, meetlnB .... O. B. Johnion. meeting . . Alex Radlr. meeting ...... Alfred Jorgenian. weed com. Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, local Investigator ........ C. A Momyer & Son, ab- •trarta ................. Konsuth Co. Mut. Fire Ins., Insurance ............... Fred Jlungo Eat., labor .... H. a White. J. p. fees .. . W. Green, marshal fees . Arnold Jahde. witness fees W. II. Stewart, marsh, fees F. A. Newvlllc, const, fees 'art Dahlhauser, sheriff fees .................... P. A. Danson, J. p. fees .... Nor.lln. J. p. fees .... W II Steward, const, feea luil St. John, wit. fees .... Mrs. Jml St. John, wit. fees H. A. Van AlHtyne. wit. feea Joe Ar:tlerM«,n, wit. fet-n ./.. Wm. DcliniTt, wit. f«-p.i .... II. A. Kvans. coront-r's feea Hay I-!. HanHen, lnei:tln^ . . \S'i-*»lt_-v Hi-rnbanl. meeting Cba». if. I.indborMt. im-rtlnB O, W. fierwyrtrn, met-tin^. . Kred ''. W'est'ner. ineetinff Mike Hi-lilerxrheld. nieetlnK P.obert Hunkofske. in>-etlrB \V. I.. He ynolds, meeting . . Marvin Vanke, meeting I.. A. llar*lou, meeting .... Oscar Franille. meeting . . I.. C liutchlns, meeting . John HitrtHhorn, meeting . W. H. Patterson, meeting . Andrew Elbt-rt, meeting . , I'd Chambers, meeting .... HolllH Henachoter. meeting VV. II. .Stewart, meeting . . Otto Wolf, meeting K. H. ilexcher, meeting .... Thomas H. Crahan, meeting .1. W. Fining, meeting .... Paul I'tilllliis. meeting .... I.. II Juiikermeler, me«t- Ing I.t-o H, Guc-rdi.-t, meeting . H«-riry C. NVlaon, rneetlr.g George Haas, meeting .... Joe Copley, meeting V. c. Stancer, meeting .... A. K. OKren. meeting .... jn J. Worden. meeting .. W. G Klals, meeting .... iuy Hone-, meeting Varh- liicklcfa. meeting . . Mo 0,-nlen. meetliiK .... •'milk W. Klbert. meeting F. Win. Shaitr.. salary l*. .-alary M C 1 Miff 'iord ) A \l--l . . M.Mai, 1 ti>urle ui. Dun C.irl»« Post, ..n. office Algona high school wrestlers ' fc-atcd, Paton, 23 to 12. Tuesday evening. I Summary of the matches follows ; 75 Ib.—Bakken, Algona, lost, time advantage. 105 Ib—Colwell, Algona, won by a fall. 115 Ib.—Knoll, Algona. lost, time advantage. 85 Ib.—Nielson, Algona, woe by fall. 125 Ib.- Schoby, Algona, lost, time advantage. 125 Ib.—Veru, Algona, won, time advantage. 125 Ib—Anderson. Algona, wop by fall. 136 Ib.—Mathison, Algona, lost, time advantage. 155 Ib.—Ba.nwa.rt, Aigoiia, woo by fall. l»vvli;! C II coll Win Sblrl .1. .1 DooU- li-l.ion. bounty . «/i bounty .... , bounty ...... F. (Irai.alll. bounty (istwlnlilt.. del. tux 'iff!<'!: exp . o. Kec.. offic- ci*-rk of l»Ht. Court exp MurtaKli & Su bond I'iirl Dahlhauiler. fflce premium on bd & W if. Champion, print- Wbhtcnioru tirlntlilK liuncToft Kc-glster. ing ..................... llaKKard &. Waller, printing Ailvance PubJIahing 1 Co.. pi inllriK ................ Nitrton Machine Works, suu- F. S. Norton & kon, XolHr,n Hardware, supplie fjarrtjw Cbemlcal Co., aup- pllea .................... K O. Bjuatrom, supplies . .T N Keneflck. M. D. med. Pratt Electric Co.. nupplleji Albert Bariu-a. rent for election .................... W. H. RU'klefn, eltc. ard quar. exp ............... J J. Anderson, quar. exp... Fred A. Dlekm&nn, quar. exp ..................... 115 55 50 00 50.00 2 00 l.UO l no to 1.40 111 04 (8.3 41 46 7.29 380.00 274.95 1ISS 121.99 110.CO 132.27 17 99 199.16 2733 15 46 996 6.60 1.23 7.00 It. BO 4.00 600 St rr, I!', o hii|>j,llf« . . k Co , BUP -I i <>I'Olit:in Supply Mll-pllr* rln« Farint-r Co . M u] Koch llrolbwrx. wupiil Mull I'^riott & Son* Sllpplli-M liking l-VrK'.-niann Flillar & Cl.ainlji.-ra I'o Co.. rklm lli-H K'liolo Bi M II.-I'H Co.. eup- ,0'iH,- L,-a f < 'o , sup. Kali., offlr.- exp. COntT FUND C (Jrler. court re- X.M 4.00 j-ss 4.00 J1.JS 18.27 4.36 2.10 3.68 l!35 s'oo 4.95 4 95 10.35 5 00 23.00 2.10 2.10 2.10 2 10 2.10 « 00 5.3:1 4.50 8.00 6.HO f, 50 7.00 7.70 6.00 6.50 S.OO 4.40 6.80 7.40 5 30 6 10 4.50 6.60 5.30 6 00 5.20 6.70 6.80 7.40 7.70 5 20 6.20 I.SO «.00 7.80 7 00 5.60 «.00 7.00 6 20 G.20 5.00 7 50 1 04 1.90 1.31 2 49 163.17 3.82 34.05 71 67 1 2-' 1,015.82 48 90 Ben Nolle, labor 81.60 lialph Itedlng, labor 3.20 II. W. Post, freight 3.82 Albert Davis, labor 22.40 Gerald Meter, labor 7.20 Evert 1'annkuk, labor .... 11.25 11. \V. Post, freight 3.49 Kuifeno Myers, labor 9.00 Hallway Express Agency, freight .80 Elmer Ewing, patrol 99.20 Mike Baker, patrol \.. 88.90 Hugh Butterfield, patrol .. 89.25 lid Baker, patrol 87.15 J. E. Smith, patrol 75.60 Clarence Baum, labor .... 62.65 \Vllber A. Fischer, labor . 82.95 J. H. Montgomery, patrol .. 89.95 Heinder Kromlnga. labor . . 89.60 Oliver Young, patrol 72.45 I.ynn Kuchenreuther, patrol 81.2" M. L. Worby, patrol 73.15 Lyell W. Miller, patrol 76.65 Clifford Holmes, labor .... 7525 Harry Benlson, labor .. Arnold Hllbert, labor 67.0H John Hanselman, labor .... 185.49 R U Huber, labor 123.25 William O. Ludwlg, labor .. 91.70 S. I). McDonald, labor .... 106.00 Fred J. Coon, labor 53.KG Ralph H. Markla, patrol . 83.65 Tom Weir, labor 93.10 Kd Fuchsen. labor 91.00 Ucrt Shellmeyer, patrol . . . 91 00 Wm. F. Gronbach, labor .. «3.00 Clem Goodman, labor 10.50 Harry Heimke, labor .... 124.20 Joe M. Esser, labor 110.01) Roger P. Elbert/ labor '... . 71.20 Delbert Geltzenauer. labor 69.00 Alton Pettlt, patrol 96.0(1 Mervln Marlow, labor 116.00 Cheater Alme. Inbor 87.50 Earl Karfnir. labor 87.50 J. F. Qulnn, labor 91.00 Jay Godden. labor 65.45 J. W. Lanirorman. labor . . 2.0? Eppo Johnson, labor 16.25 C. C. Anderson, labor .... 2.0'? George Kohl, labor 3.0" W. A. Murray, labor assignment 10.81 Kennedy Brothers, labor assignment 52.40 Walter 1.. Johnson, labor .. 2.4B George Fox, labor 3.00 Itohert Wood, labor 17.55 Raymond R Helfner. labor 3.0'( Dick Daade. labor 67.90 Floren Bartlette. labor . . 3.00 Peter Movlck. patrol 54.80 Arnold Delperdang, labor .. 82.80 .Inke Roller, labor 47.4ft Kaurence J. Clnk, labor . . 6.42 Andrew Gollrer, labor .... 2.00 n. E. Mover, labor 9.60 John Swanson, labor 8.00 Chas. Emanuel. labor .... 19.70 Alfred Wlttkopf, labor .. 15.00 Albert Davis, labor 24.00 Hen Nolle, labor 12.80 fiiul TraKamar, labor .... 28.95 Clarence Baum, labor .... S.50 Oeorge I.ooft, labor 15.00 Albert Elllngson, labor .... 24.30 D. B. Mayer, labor 20.00 Kerry Christiansen. labor . 23.60 Ed Underdahl, supplies .. 28.15 C. 8. Johnson, supplies .. 2.20 O. W. Carmean, supplies . 1.22 K. & H. Coop. Oil Co- supplies 67.60 tathoff Ben-Ice, supplies .. 8.37 '.ease & Lease, supplies ... 8.82 J. U Kaskopf ft Co.. supplies 11.8* loetsch Motor Co., supplies .67 •'. J. Fauerby, supplies ... 1.2R Pratt Electric Co., supplies 2.81 Qreer.berc's Auto Supplies, supplies it.?* McCormlck Deerlng Store, supplies 730.13 3eorge Holtibauer, sup-piles 36.88 Norton Machine Works, supplies 33.34 Ralph's Service Garage. supplies 3.SO Snnford & Llndebak. supplies 18.21 Polrnt & BcTmttschnefder, supplies 15.20 Thompson Yards, Inc., supplies 8.36 Kotnuth Motor Co.. supplies 3.80 Arthur Pnhruon, supplies... 38.95 1'cterson Oarage, supplies.. 42.26 Farmers Co-Op. Klevator piles —'.. Dr. No. 131— . .« ... F. E. McKee, drafting: .. «.00 F. E. McKee, drafting . 36.08 Dr. No. 13»— Itock Island Lumber Co., supplies »-92 Dr. No. 165— .. .„ George Looft, labor "•"? D. B. Mayer, labor 85,20 Kock Island Lumber Co., supplies - 83 Dr. No. 16<— ...A D. B. Mayer, labor 17.20 George Looft, labor .... 12,90 Rock Island Lumber Co., supplies .' i !••» Dr. No. 177— . J. L. Kaskopf * Co., sup- piles l.?0 Dr. No. 178— John iSeller, labor 7S.OO Chas. E. Chubb, engineer 6.00 Dr. H.-K. No. 2— . t . Irvln Movlck, labor .... 6.33 Chas. E. Chubb, engineer 21.38 Homer Nolte, labor 2.71 Jim Chubb, labor 4.75 J. S. Hafdal. cleanout work 900.09 J. S. Rafdal, cleanout work 174.07 Dr. H.-K. No. S— F. E. McKee. drafting: . 24.00 Paul N. Loomls, audit . 9.09 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 1-43 Dr. F. A.-K. No. 1— 1>/ _ Paul N: Loomls, audit .. 150.00 Wllsor. Concrete Co., supplies 325.47 Dr. W.-K. No. 3-11— Nels Rnnk, labor .11 Dr. W.-K. No. 20-66— Wlnnebago Co. Auditor, drain assessment 39.01 Dr. W.-K. No. S8-136— Buffalo Center Lumber Co.. supplies .87 Dr. No. 93-100-131— Paul N. Loomls, audit .. 8.27 POOH FUND Supervisor Dlst. No. 1— Kossuth Hospital. hosp. care Dr. Meyer, med. 125^00 j Dr. Cretzmeyer, med. A. J. Eason, dental serv. Dr. McCreery. med Amanda I.ooft. supplies .. Food Market, prov Klnseth & Son. prov Bakers Dairy, prov Smith Bros., prov H. H. Zumach. prov Cut Rate Groc., prov Andrew Elbert, supplies .. Grahams Store, supplies .. Anna B. Murray, supplies San ford & Llndebak, supplies Farmers Elevator, supplies Fullerton Lumber Co., supplies Farmer's Elevator, supplies C. H. Llehty. rent Supervisor Dlst. No. 2— Kossutf Hospital, hosp. care Dr. Cretzmeyer. med Cut Rate Groc.. prov It. A. Evans, med Dr. Miner, med Dr. Keneflck, med Dr. Wallace, med Cedar Valley Hospital, hosp. care St. Vincents Hospital, hosp. care . t Moe & SJojrren. prov Howard Htrayer, prov. ,. W. T. I'llcher, prov R. A. Clark, prov People's Coop. Co., prov. .. Andersons Rite Way Groc.. prov Algona Creamery Co., prov. C. S. Johnson, prov, ...... Chozen's Store, prov Cbrlschllles Store, supplies F. S. Norton A Son, supplies W. E. Naudaln. supplies ... Botsford Lumber Co., supplies W. G. McCullough, ambulance serv George Palmer, rent Alex Miller, rent J. L. Bonar, rent Floyd Bllsborough, rent . Don Helbllng, rent Mrs. Wm. Myers, care .... Frank Vera, supplies Supervisor Dlst. No. 3— Cut Rate Croc., prov Dr. Cretimeyor, ' med Dr. Meyer, med Chrlschllles Store, supplies Dr. Wallace, med Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care .. .>. Dr. Andrews, med W. Amunson, classes . iahl Blaclomiilf shop, sup- pll".s .................... OlKrh'a Super Service, Bup- pil'-s .................... Kohlhaas & Kpllli»M. Hilpplles Anderson firaln & Coal Co., supplies ................. Nelson Hardware, supplies Clum, s MaHter Service, suji- 41.54 28.90 26.38 40.19 17.73 5.44 Co., Hoi:, sup- sup- liotfiford Lumber plies !•'. S. Norton til leu Interstate Power Co,, light* Peerless Oil Co., supplies.. Hhell Petroleum Corp, supplies .................... standard Oil Co., supplies.. I>en»-Oll Co.. uupplleB . . . Pink Supply Co., supplies . II. W. Hteel Co., supplies . Central Auto Electric Co., aupplles ................ A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co., Hupplles ................ Hwaney OH Co., supplies . . Humboldt Fence A Hupply Co., tiupplles ............ iVaterloo Construction Co., nuppllfs ........... • ..... date City Iron Works, supplies .................... Tlbba Cook Tractor St Equip. Co., supplies 13.31 2.39 33 80 9.18 1.2S6.45 98.31 811.80 187.12 2* 14 172.79 62.09 65.20 101.23 1.102.06 41.12 24.29 62.60 :iarton Warner Co., supplies 1,615.83 Kelley How Thomson Co., 33.00 A. vv. Amunaon, ••*»»«• . . General Hospital, hosp. care Kraus Store, pror Oeo. Sornenberg, pror. .. Fasbender's store, prov. .. Ilaskopf Store, supplies .. Farmer's Elevator, supplies McMahon Funeral Home. ambulance serv T. P. Ooerr, rent I .to J. Hanlg. rent Supervisor Dlst. No. 4— C. 8. Johnson, prov Dr. Cretzmeyer. med Dr. Wallace, med Cbrlschllles Store, supplies O. W. Curmean. med Paul Grames, prov HmlU Dept., prov Mis. Barney Hi-svlg. prov. Wrede & Krause. prov. ... Hood's Store, prov W. Ai Murray, supplies .. Augusta Hletz. rare .J. H. .Sheridan, rent (». P. Mi-Donald, supplies .. Lew OweliK. rert Supervisor Hist. No. (i — (IrabanlH Store, supplies .. CbrlHC-hllleH Store, supplies 17.00 6.011 51.00 13.00 27.00 14.80 5.00 12.00 3.00 18.00 19.00 34.00 t.90 «.28 6.86 17.04 6.00 17.97 3.31 5.00 37.RO 4.0H 50.011 21.00 109.00 30.00 9.50 145.00 7.00 34.30 1.12 12.40 14.50 4.00 7.00 11.68 42.00 2.45 6.89 12.24 29.85 S9.69 2 00 ..Not allowed 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 7.00 E.OO 69.00 6,60 1.72 19.50 SI.OO »»tt2 36.tS 7.81 1.80 16.13 (.63 (.00 30.00 10.00 7.50 7.60 14.00 3.44 161 17.08 27.44 8.28 3.00 10.00 24.48 12.00 20 00 15.80 10.00 m-4Ut JBW. eral Assembly, stats of Iowa, auth- oritea the adoption of a State sinking Fund, wlthlr. the state for the protection of public fund, 85,000 60,000 within designated '3*P°*J t "'?*t >I v Now, Therefore. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, that ML J. Uuffy. County Treasurer of Kossuth County. Iowa. Is 1> * r1 f*?',*''*5!- ed to deposit funds In the-depository banks hereinafter mentioned, whlcl are hereby designated and approved as deposltorfe* of the puWIc funds M Kossuth- County, 10 Iowa t0 S~tiLte' Bank, Algona, la. security State Bank, Algona, la. State Bank of Ledyard, Ledyard, ft TI tonka Savings Bank, Tltonka, ^Exchange State Bank, Wesley, la. Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, la. „ . » Lone Rock Bank, Lone Rock, la. Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, Burt Savings Bank, Burt, la. Humboldt Trust & Savings Bank, Branch, LuVerne, la. Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Branch, Lakota, la. and that all public funds now In the •possession of said County Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, shall be deposited In said banks hereinafter designated and the said County Treasurer Is hereby authorized and required to use said banks aa such depositories, that the maximum amount of county funds authorized to be deposited In said banks, which are hereinbefore approved as depositories for said county funds, shall be aa follows: la. State Bank, Algona, la. $900,000 Security State Bank, Algona, la. 500,000 State bank of Ledyard, Ledyard, la 85,000 Tltonka Savings Bark, Titonka, la 85,000 Exchange State Bank, Wesley, la 85,000 Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, la 85,000 Lone Kock Bank, Lone Rock, ja 85,000 Farmer* State Bank, Whlt- tdmore, la 86,000 Burt Havings Bank, Burt, la Humboldt Trust & Savings Bank, Brarch. LuVerne, la Farmers Trust Sc Savings Bank, Branch, Lakota, la 60,000 and hereafter the said County Treasurer shall keep the public funds belonging to said county In said depositories not exceeding the maximum amount hereinbefore authorized In any one bank so designated. Adopted this 2nd day of January, A. D. 1937. Ayes. all. Motion by Baum and second by Cosgrovo the resignation of AJ. Cogley, assessor of Ramsey be accepted. Ayes. all. Motion by Morris nnd second by Baum that the official bonds of John H. Fraser for $5,000.00 and William S. Cosgrove for $5.000.00 bo approved for the year 1937 and Hied according to law. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that the following official bonds for Carl 8. Pearson for K'.OOfl.OO. Leo J. Immerfall for $2,000.00, Maurice J. Duffy for $10,- ot.0.00. Earl F. Griffith for $2,000.00, Frances Duffy for $1,000.00, Kather- Ine McEvoy for $0,000.00. Alma Pearson for $1,000.00, Casey Loss for $5.000.00, Arthur J. Cogloy for $2.000.00, J. J. Dooley for $5,000.00, and Imelda C. Dooley for $1,000.00 be approved for the year 1937. Ayes: Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that the appointment of C. H. Ostwinkie delinquent tax collector be approved and that his bond for $1.000.00 be placed on file nnd approved for the year 1937. Ayes: all. , Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that the -following; official bonds be approved: Wesley Bernhard, assessor for $600.00; L. H. Juiikermeler, assessor for $600.00; L. C. Hutcr.lns, assessor for 1600.00; Ray E. Hansen, assessor for $500.00; J. H. Sheridan, justice of the peace, Greenwood Tp. for $600 > 00: M. F. flchlltx, justice of the peace, Greenwood Twp. for $600.00) Ernst O. Thlel. constable. Algona Twp. (or$SOO.OO: F. A. Newvllle, constable, Algona Twp. for"$600.00. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that the following appointments be approved and salaries be flxed as follows for the year 1937. C. B. Pearson, deputy county auditor, $105.00. L. J. Immerfall. deputy county auditor, 110500. John, clerk In aud Itor's office. Karl F. Griffith, deputy county treasurer, $105.00. Frances lJuffy. deputy county treasurer (auto clerk) Alma Pearson, deputy clerk of the district court, $100.00. Imelda Uooley, deputy recorder, A-rtbur Cogley, deputy sheriff, $110.00. "" ~ ' ' county engineer, 3.44 3.46 , Dr. W L. Tlndall, med. Not allowed . . , H. L Williams, med T. K. Mitchell, glasses ... olmagu Hospital, hosp. upplles Globe Machinery & Supply supplies ................. Austin Wentern Road Mach. ('o., Huppliex ............ Amerli-an Hoist & Derrick Co.. supplies ........... Arnold Motor Supply, supplies ................... Standard Supply Co., supplies .................... Stari'lurd Bearings Co.. HUP- 50.00 8.16 30.50 Sli-K-Fort plies Iowa Mac DodK«! Co, sup- i. & Supply Co, Mai he . _ ...... p.,rt.-r 63660 John Fotb. l.alllff 69.00 H. .1. KItilc-iiian. court reporter 78.40 I. A. Winkt-l attorney fees 14.00 (layli'i-il I*. Sliumway, attor- nc-y f, ' 20.00 T. C. H utclii^on, attorney Ki.-s 20.00 Mildred Cytlii-r. bailiff .... 6.00 AmJc-rHon'a Cafe, Jurors meals 10.2( Curl I'iihlliauser. Nheriff fees 46.&( .1 Kc-ll,-r, wit fi-ea 4.60 II, A. Van Alstyne. wit ft-e» 2.10 K. M. Hubc-r. wit f!fe» .... 2.10 Frances Davidson, bal. t»al ary 94.83 LIBRAKY FUND World Library Guild, books 55.10 O. H. Lalng Supt. Schools, books 84.49 Kami McNally & Co., books 20 62 Der.oycr Oeppert Co., books (.49 Hand McNally & Co., books 4.30 .Scott Fr.-sman & Co.. books 3.18 Junior Literary Guild, books 15.75 Scott Forc-sinan & Co . books 46.77 tiOMKSTIO ANIMAL FUND J M. Williamson, sheep killed by dogs 38.00 11. J. BufTlngton, sheep killed by dogs 10.00 Mrs Roale Andrews, steep killed by dogs 2000 I.eRoy Thllges, *he«p killed by dogs 30.00 Da via K. Lynch, sheep killed by dog* 40.00 Sari Link, sheep killed by dogs 20-00 Peter Elbert, «h«ep killed by doc* 10.00 OwlitOIlllil Tol'l Co.. hUpplicH ;. K. F.-ilk. labor H>T«1 Hardware, BuppltcH .. l>,wa Knlon Telephone Co.. <Yntral Slates Electric Co., jsi-rvice • Keuffel & Baser Co., sup- I,\li-x J. I. Merrvman. bridge work IiICAINAGE FUND l<r. No 4 — K. O. Silnstrom. labor ... Dr No 6— Thompson Yards Inc., labor Ijr. No. 7 — F. K. McKee. drafting . . I>r No. 9— .laini-a B. McKee, draft- Ing Dr No. 31-- Ilock luland Lumber Co., Htjpplieu \)f. No. 60 -K. G. Stlnatrom. labor . l)r. No. 63 C. C Scliurlach, apprals- H E. Norton, appraiser . Dr No. 80- Paul Traaamar. labor .... Henry Christiansen, labor Hock luliiii'l Lumber Co., Thompson Yards Inc., SUD- 1/1 Its , Dr. No. 82— sou Yards Inc.. sup- 86— ' Island Lumber Co., 136.62 12.67 14.40 273.63 211.60 139.06 116.06 119 32 675 »9.60 26.70 4 26 1.02 22.94 193 81 820 4,77 24.00 Auditor of Polk Co., paid for hoHp. care Mrs. MHO Webster, rare . . Hlmser'a Uroc., prov Sanborn't* Groc., prov Haunch's llroc., prov Wilson's Groc., prov lilomster's Grot-., prov. . . Fruilrlckson'a Groc., prov. H. M. Dyer, prov Mauss Dept. Store, prov. .. C. II. Smith, prov Hystad's ritore, prov Thompson Yards Inc., prov. John A Jerry Hardware, supplies Mrs. Hen Itushton, rent .. Jolm Osland, rent Farmer's Elevator, supplies Moore & Croks. rent •••• A. E. Van Alstyne, rent .. General Poor Fund— Graham's Store, supplies.. Huwcolt & Ogg, supplies . flllma Obtrum. labor Chrlatensert Brt>«. Co., supplies fount y Farm— i«'rank L. Miller, light serv. rJcck Coal Co., supplies .. film Helming, labor .... IT. C H. Crc-tzmeyer. rned. . Dr It. M. Wallace, |med. .. Xoxsulh Hospital, hosp. care Tf oa. Akre, prov •iruliama Store, supplies . /red ItunBe Ksl.. rep. shoes »'. H Norton & Son, supplies Frail Eleclrlc Co., supplies ^'iank W. Klbert. labor .. Kohlliaaa & Mplllea. sup- pi lea 10.11 NV-lson Hardware, supplies 4.11 ItESOI.VKD: That the County Auditor be authorized to issue war rant for bills allowed at this meet- Ing us per Schedule of Claims hereinbefore written. Motion by Cosgrove and seconc by Haum that the following am ounts be listed as 24.97 45.00 10.80 10.00 49.10 20.00 16.00 18.00 6.00 20.00 15.00 15.70 36.56 1.74 10.00 10.00 19.88 10.00 8.00 10.36 22.71 32.25 3.46 14.78 78.36 50.00 60.00 7.60 1.78 D6.99 K.74 1.00 &S.73 14.»7 4.75 $80.00 ml be It further resolved that all xtra help be hired at the cor.senl if the Hoard of Supervisors and alary fixed at $2.60 per day. Ayes Motion by Cosgrove and second >y Morris that the following quar- erly reports ending Dec. 31, 1936 >e approved: E. J. Butler, Co. Aud- tor. Kaiherlne McEvoy, Clerk of District Court, J. J. Dooley. Coun- y Recorder. Carl Dahlhauser, Sherff of Kossuth County. Ayej: all. Motion by Morris and second by Baum that a refund of $2.00 be paid o O. O. Anderson, Swea City for eason that same was paid twice Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by plies Dr No. Hui.'k BUp[)!l.-8 Dr No. 90 — Thoinpnuii frd* Inc., iup- Baum, labor .. Clarence Dr. No. »5 Abe A Carter, labor ,. Dr. No. 97— Wilson Concrete Co., *up- plle* .................... Dr. No. 108— C. C. Sclarlach, appraiser ...................... B. E. Norton, appraUer . ftia*. K. Chubb, engineer Jim Chubb, labor T ..... J. L. Raikopf * Co., »up- <9.00 4.86 i.OO 6.00 *.45 14.40 1.40 JI41 1.60 1.41 4*. 61 1.60 Mt It.M counted In the II. M. Smith, :'4500. I >un Nugent, nt-vr, $150.00. JumuH Watts aunt, county Janitor, eng ;lnal Plat, Algona, be suspended. 'Motion'by Morris and hscond bjr Cosgrove that Pauper Notices . be sent to the following: DelBert,John- son, Ml Hard Lowtnan, Rusiel Edwardo. Ayes: all. • Motion by Cosgrove and second by Morris that the following reso- utton be adopted: Motion' by Fraser and second by- Morris that the tax on S. Halversor. RESOLUTION It IB hereby resolved by the KOs- suth' County Board of Suneryisors n session assembled this \th day of January, 1937. pursuant to th» Acts of the 46th G. A. ot the State of Iowa that the estimates of expense be placed on file and the tmour.t which each particular officer estimates for 1937 be sliown as follows: lounty Auditor $6.990 Jounty Recorder 6,000 County Treasurer 9,765 Clerk of the District Court.. 4,filO County Sheriff 6,470 Adopted this 4th day of January. 1937. On motion Board adjourned until one o'clock P. M. One o'clock Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris nnd second by Baum that E. S. KInsey, County Auditor, be Instructed to notify Tl- onka Topic, of Tltonka, la., Bancroft Register, Bancroft, In., Kossuth County Advance, Algona, and he Alpronn Upper Des Molnes, Algona. la., to file a list of bona flde subscribers within Kossuth County 'OT the year of 1937 on or before Jan. 12, 1937 and applications be placed on flle. Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned until 9 o'clock a. m. Jan. B. 1M7. K. S. KINSEY. County Auditor. Auditor's office Jan. 5, 1937 Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Board proceeded to Invoice Coun- y Form. On motion Board adjourned until one o'clock p. m. ' Board of Supervisors.met ptirsu- nnt to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and second by Jaum that the following transfer* ie made: D. D. Trl. No. 84 to F. A.-K. Wo. $362.71. D. D. P. A.-K. No. 1 to Counly Funds, $129.00. Ayes. all. Motion by Fraser and second by Cosgrove that the following trans- 'er* bo made: H. K. No. 8 to H. K. No. 1, $1.24. H.- K. No. 8 to County Fund, $22.75. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by- Morris that the official bonds of 'onsuelo L. Hanna, justice of the 'eace. LuVerne Twp., LuVerne, la. 'or $600.00, Robert A. Evans, Coun- y Coroner, Algora. la. for $1,000.- jo, Walter II. Steward, constable In lurt Twp. for $500.00, L. A. Wlnkel. County Attorney. Algona, la. for 15,000.00 be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Baum that a tax refund of $1.06 be given Roger Klberts, reason same }elng paid twice. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by !aum that the taxes for 1936 on Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. and 5 In Bik. 12. Algona, and Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 In Blk. 13, In Algona be suspended. A yen: all. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that Baum be appointed to make repairs on D. D. No. 60. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that the application for a • Class C Beer Permit to be Issued to 3. J. Sankey In town of Sexton, la. Ayes: ail. Motion by Baum and second by Fraser that the following cash allowances blind pension be fixed for year of 1937: Mrs. Anna Cayler. »1».00: Mrs. E. M. Sarchett, rent for Mrs. Cayler allowed for 4 mo.; Mrs. W. G. Keepher, $16.00; Mrs. EllM Odell, $10.00; John D. Magnusson, $15.00: Mrs. Augusta Bleti. $1.00; Mrs. Otto Koppen, $8.00; Nell Pedersen, $16.00: Mrs. Pat Cavtnaugh, 16.00: Mrs. Kd Davlson. 110.00: M Goetsch. $20.00; Nina Dutton. $10.00; Nancy Van Derveen, $6.00; Mls» Mary Wltte, $50.00: Lena Oodfred- •on. $16.00; Mrs. Peter Thompson. Lester Daiten, 126.00; , Mrs.' Dora Dale. $16.00. Mis. J«M Speraw, $10.00; Herbert J. Smith. 118.00; Mary Alma O'Brien. 160.09; Mary B. Bchuelt, $10.00; Wm. Harsh, $10.00; Fred Schmidt, $26.00. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Morris that the services of Lottie Kaln. Social Welfare Worker, be discontinued as of this date. Morris yes, Baum no, Cosgrove r.o, Fraser yes, McDonald. Cr.r. yes. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that John Fraser be appointed Supervisor in charge of County Farm for 1937. Ayes: all. E. S. K1NHKY, County Auditor. Auditor's office Jan. 12, 1937 Board of Supervisors met pursuant to ailjournment with all members present. Motion bv Morris nnd second by Cosgrove that the sealed envelopes containing subscription lists of contesting papers be opened and read. Ay«-s: all. The affidavits accompanying each list were filed and the following results were r.oted: Advance Publishing Co., Algona. Iowa, 2188 bona flde subscriptions. The Algona t'pper Den Molnes. Algona, Iowa, 1938 bona flde subscriptions. The Bancroft Register. Bancroft, Iowa, <fij bona flde subscriptions. The Tltonka Topic, Tltonka, Iowa, 293 bona flde subscriptions. Motion by Haum and second by Fraser that the Advance Publishing Co., Algona, la.. The Algona t'pper Des Molnej. Algona, la., and the Bancroft Register. Hancrcxft. la., be designated as official county various offices Jan. 2, 1937. Auditor office ............ |3,136 51 Treasurer office .......... G, 911.6* Clerks office .............. 8.7, Recorders office .......... 20.68 Sheriff* office ................ r.oos Aye*: all. On motion Board adjourned un til one o'clock p. m. One o'clock Board of Supervisor* met pursuant to adjournment with all member* present. Board proceeded to read the mln utes of the last regular session and all adjourned session*. Motion by Cusgrove ai'.d secon by Balgeman that minute* of U last regular session and all ad journed sessions be approved a* read. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that there being no further business the old Board ad- jourued. Ayes: all. a J. BUTLER. Secretary W. E. stcDONALn, Chr. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all member* present Supervisor elect Coagrove and Supervisor elect Fraser were sworn In for the term of three years. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Morris that McDonald be ejected Chairman tor tb* year 1*17. ^Motion by Morris and second by Courove that the official bond of Paul Danson (or 8600 be approved. laum that the ta« on on* acre In the SWU SEK South and west of railroad In Section 30-96-28 be suspended. Ayes: all. Motion by Baum and second by MorrU that the following resolution : adopted: BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Algora, Iowa, that the deposit claim against the CltUen s Savings Bank of Ijikota, Iowa, be assigned to (he Treasurer of State for the use and benc-flt of the State Sinking Fund for public deposits a* provided In Chapter 173 of the Acts of the Forty-First General Assembly as amended, and that the County Treasurer be and hu Is hereby auth- rlzed ard directed to execute and diver assignment of said claim as provided herein. Vote—Yen. All. No: None. The foregoing resolution was passed nt* above set. out on the 2nd lay of January, 1837, at a. duly call- t-d meellnt! of aald Board of Supervisors. Motion by Morris and second by Coagrove that a resolution be adopted to abate $13.31 consolidated las cl urged against Wllsor & Co. Swca City. Iowa. Said tax khown on aHsesors records Is a $350 valuation on capital used In business, which should have been assessed as Moneys ami Credits Instead of personal property. Ayes: all. Motion by Baum and second by Fraser that the $3.00 dellniiuert road poll tax of Louis Germann, Cn-sco Twp. for 1936 be abated. (in motion Board adjourned until 9 u clock Monday. papers of Kossuth county, for the Wn*r*»«, it Is n«c«uarr tb*t . County Auditor Auditor's Office Jan. 4, 1937 Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Members present, Morris. McDonald, Fraser, Cosgrove ard Baum. . . Motion by MorrU and second by Co>grove that the following official bond* be approved: Wm. O. Flalg assessor for $£00.00: John P. "bl- enhake, justice of the peace, Whlt- temore Twp. for $600.00: Jake Keller, constable. Greenwood Twp. for $600.00. Ayes: all. ^ . . Motion by Baum and second by Fraser that the Quarterly report of John P. Ubleotake be approved. Ayes: all. - . . Motion by Baum and accord by Fraser that the' annual report of County Agent Brown be approved. y Moilou by Morris and second by Baum that the following transfers be mad*: $14.000 from Road Construction fund to County Cash Road Bord fund to cover Road Bond* and coupon* due '*»• *> 1*>T. Ay«s: * Motion by MorrU and second by Cosgrove that Baum be appointed to repair Drain No. $0. Sec. 29 Twp. 91 Range 28. Ayei: a,l.. Motion by Baum Fraser that a refun , . Poll Tax. be paid to Carl Mogen*er, and second by refund of $3 00, Road reason M aam« were paid twice, property, lot* 1 and 2, Block 78 Or- year 1937. Aves: all. Motion by Morris and second by Baum that H. M. Smith, County Engineer, be appointed as commissioner to make report as to the expediency of vacating a road In Hec. 16 Twp. 98 KancTe 28. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Baum that the final claims of M. T. McGuIre on Grade Project No. 28 and No. 30 and the final claim of J. F. Merryman on bridges be approved. Ayea: all. Motion by Baum and second by Kraser that the salary of Frances Duffy, deputy County Trea»urer. auto clerk, salary lie fixed at 890.00 per month for 1937. Aye*: all. Motion by Baum and second by CosKrove that the salary of John HesU-nlehner. clerk In auditor's of- fli-e be flxed at $65.00 per month for 1937. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second bv Frauer that the appointment of Harry Putz of Burt Inc. to act as constable for tl.t- year 1937 be HP- proved. Ayes: all Motion by Morris nnd second by Cosurove that the following official bond* of Vincent I.uttlmer for $500.00. J. L. Vaux for $50000. John Hartshorn for 8500.00. Mike Helder- nc-held for 8600.00, Iver It. Nordlr for $500.00. John J. Bestenli-hner for • 1,000.00, W. H. Patterson for $500.00, and Oliver Marquis for $500.00 be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Frailer and second by CosFtrove that llie- annual repoj*ts of T. W. Beemer, Iver H. Nordln, P. Behrman; J. L. Vaux. C. L. Hanna and P. J. He!ken b« approved. Ayr-a all. Motion, bv Cosgrove and second by Baum that <b« resignation of i.ottle Jeanne Kaln be placed on flle. Aye*: all. On motion Board adjourned until on<* o'clock p. m. One o'clock Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all member* present. Motion bv Morrld and second by Cosgrove that the taxes be uuspend- ed on Lots 4. 5. 6. and 7 Block 1 of original Plat Swea City Inc. Ayfi*. all. . Motion by Morris and second by Fra»er (hat the following be taken out of Cltv and pliif-fi back to Township Vacation <'f Plat In Ho- telllng Addition to Wt Ittemore If.c. Blook 2, 3. and 4. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Fraser that the Beer Bond of B. J. Sankey for $1,000.00 be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Baum that Fracer be appointed to flx necessary repairs on drain of lateral No. 36. Sec. 15 Twp. 94 Range 27. Ayes: all. Motion bv MorrU and second by Baum that the following Secondary Petition be placed on flle No. 390. No. 391 and No. $92. Ayes: all. Motion bv CosKrove and second by Morris (hat the consent Highway Petition In Sec. 16 Twp. $S Range 27 be approved. Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned until call of auditor. , B. 8. KIN|BT. County T A.udltor. I

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