The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 18,1937 fflDES - WOOL TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL Joe Greenberg Quality Above Price When you order your chicka of us you are assured of getting chicks that are produced on a quality basis. All our flocks have been cuilwl and tested since January 1st by an authorized inspector and pullorum tester. Our flocks are fed balanced rations containing the proper amount of cod liver oil which greatly improves the strength of your chicks. Remember, we epnre no expense in putting out STRONG QUALITY CHICKS. 11)37 White, Bnff, Brown Lejthorns-- Whlte, Barred, Bnff Rock*. S. C. Reds, Bnff Orpingtons Whit* Wj-nndottos 3Ve-r Hampshire Jteds Hybrid Chicks (all pullets) Hybrid Chicks (all cockerels).. too $7.00 S.90 11.00 10.SO 10.00 SOO 44.nO S5JX) EXKD CHICKS White T,eirhorn Pallets White Lcffhorn Cockerels Heavy Breed Pallets Heary Breed Cockerels 100 $154)5 3-00 14.00 10.00 50:00 500 $79.75 15JJO 70.00 50.00 1000 J70.00 80.00 110.00 105.00 100.00 1000 $1o!V>0 30.00 140.00 100.00 Started chicks properly brooded, 30c per 100 per day. We recommend chicks started for a 10-day period where started chicks are wanted. SUPPLIES—FEED We carry a complete stock of Lapps Hygenio Litter, as well as Peat Litter. We shall continue to handle the Tested and Proven Chick Feed, AMES RELIABLE. The Cotton Hatchery Lone Bock, la* Phone 12. We Are Open Day and Night. First Hatch February 22nd '«* FOSTER for Furniture New Suites Galore CARLOAD BUYING Cnrloud discounts means lower prices. Shop around, (hen you will appreciate the real values we have for you. Modern Design Bedrooms 20 Different styles to select from. A Kiimrt uew <i-piece sult« |li.'..'(i Other suites $5».00, $«tf.OO, *7».00 and up Modern Design Living Room Aiiotlicr .shiiiiueitt just arrived. These were bought iu Dec-ember before the prices udvuueed. vulne, $U5.UO _!-piece suit« Chuuse >uur uet-ds I rum our luiuplet*-, uew htuc-k. Our |irut-s must udvuuct- BEAT -1 HIS1.NU MAHKti FOSTER'S ALGOSA, IOWA MARTHA SCH1PULL, CLARION LONG ARE MARRIED AT BURT MONDAY Rev. L. Richmann Performed Ceremony; Couple to Farm Burt: Martha Schipull, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. August Schipul and Clarion Long, were married n the Lutheran parsonage, Monda day afternoon, the Rev. L. Rich mann performing the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shipler nt Lended them. Mrs. Shipler is Mrs Long's twin sister. Mr. Long came here from South Dakota abou three years ago and has been em iiloyed by farmers of this vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Long have rented a r arm northeast of Burt. now occu pied by the Dnve Webber family where they will be at home after March 1. Postmistress Returns Postmistress Maude Hanna umecl her duties at the post office .tonday after being confined to her home most of the past six weeks with a broken arm. Katherine .lanus helped at the office during icr absence. Visitors On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George Kuchen- reuther and Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop. Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill and Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler were visitors Sunday at the John Kuchen- reuther home. Mr. Kuchenreuther is in very poor health. Leo Fox's Parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox are parents of a son born Sunday, Feb. 14. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith is caring for Mrs. Fox and the baby. Fortnightly Club The Fortnightly club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. Lockwood. The C. L. Phelps visited at the J. G. Sewick home Sunday. The Emil Persons were Sunday guests at the Ray Smith home. Mrs. Jess Dugan entertained the Hi-Low bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahling and Betty Walker visited at Ames last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert spent Sunday with relatives at Lakota. The L. E. Relbhoffs visited Sunday at the J. R. Johnson home in Lakota. The Art Fandels spent Sunday with Mr. Fandel's parents at Whittemore. The C. L, Holdings visited Mrs. Holding's sister, Mrs. Laraen. at Brltt, Sunday. The D. T. Hobsons spent Sunday evening at the Harry Hobson home at Lone Rock. Merwyn Bahling and Lyle Fraser, Cedar Falls students, spent the week end with their parents. Six ladles were invited to the O. J. F. Vogal home Monday afternoon for a surprise quilting; party. Mrs. J. J. John returned Saturday from a three weeks' visit with relatives at Colfax and Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle were Sunday dinner guests at the Horace Clapsaddle home in Algona. Paul Macauley, who is working in the creamery at Elmore, Minn., spent '.he week end here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer visited Mr. Mcinzer's mother, Mrs. Carrie Meinzer, at Fort Dodge on •Sunday. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith spent the week end at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Fred Dorsey, at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe went to Rochester Monday morning, where Mrs. Kriethe went through the clinic. Little Donald Bierstedt, Lone church basement with Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt as hostess. Mrs. Ewing, Swea City, spent Saturday night at the C. H. Blossom home, the blizzard preventing her from returning home. The Floyd Duncans were Sunday dinner guests at the Wyot Stott home. Mr, and Mrs. Pat Pederson, Bode, also spent the day there. The Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede, Garner, visited last Thursday afternoon with their son, Enos Wrede, and their, daughter, Mrs. Arnold Koestler. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Koestler spent Sunday with the Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede at Garner. Mrs. Koestlcr remained for a week's visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling attended an aluminum demonstration supper at the S. E. Straley home in Fenton, Monday evening. Arnold Dundas returned to Chicago Sunday evening after spending n couple of weeks here with Ms mother, Mrs. Mary Dundas. his brother. Dale and his sister, Mrs. Martin Grelse. LaVonne Ringsddrf entertained at a slumber party Thursday evening. Norma Scott, Pauline Moore, Mabelline Miller. Virginia Patterson and Dorothy McDonald were guests. It was LaVonne's birthday. John Schroeder, Ames student, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder and daughter, Sarah, Phyllis McBride and Mayeblline Miller took him back to Ames Sunday. Wm. Doocy, bounty Pete Sand« bounty W, W. Sullivan, stamps Don Schlltz, bounty W. W. Sullivan, stamps Paul Wllley, bounty Chas. Clapeaddl.e bounty O. E. Mills, bounty .. W. W. Sullivan, stamps E. S. Kinsey, Co. Aud., overpayment of fees City of Algona, light »erv W. W. Sullivan, stumps C. A. Elbert, bounty L.. W. Hairbach, labor E. H. Beardstey, assessing Ruben Luedtke, bounty . Mary K. Sands, salary Rosella Volst, salary Vera C. Cartsen, salary Loren Clayton, bounty Louis Scott, bounty At Bible Institute C. J. Hollister, Mrs. F. C. Dacken and Margaret J. Gladstone of Lone lock were among the visitors from many states and foreign lands who attended the Founders' Week Con- erence sponsored by the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, which cel- brated the one hundredth anniv- rsary of the birth of its founder, he famed evangelist, D. L. Moody. Portland Twp. Rock, spent the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher and the Stanley Keiths were Sunday dinner guests at the Uorda Ogg home in Algona. The Lutheran Aid society was to meet Thursday afternoon in the Mildred Bunkofske is employed at present at the Oran Hudsons. Thelma Bristow was a Sunday fternoon caller at the Albert Baas lome. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson vis- ted at the Alfred Godfredsons on iunday. The Thomas Trenarys visited on iunday evening at the C. E. Sigs- >ee home. Marjorle Baas spent the week md with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas. The O. O. McFarlands called Sunday afternoon at the D. E. Burnetts near Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clarke were Sunday visitors! at the Albert Bunkofske home. I supplies Missouri - Kansas Corp., supplies K. D. Jnmes, supplies Rotsford Lumber Co., supplies Dr. M. G. Bourne, med. Kohlhnns & Spllles. supplies F. S. Norton & Son. -uppl|«"s_ Jenklns-Fergemann Co., supplies Fry Manufacturing Co, supplies Malt Parrott & Sons Co., supplies Koch Brothers, supplies Mes«sen«er Printing Co., supplies Kli]>to Loose Leaf Co., supplies Swea City Herald, printing Lincoln School Supply Co., supplies . Crescent PrlntinK Co.. supplies Zlon Office Supply Co., supplies Whlttemore Champion. sup- Plies Advance Publishing Co., sup- Piles Bancroft Register, supplies Dakota Record, supplies 3r. II. H. Murray, mtg. Burroughs Adding Mach. Co., supplies Alg-ona Insurance Agency. premium Oliver H. Graham. mm. Kossuth Radio A Elec. Co., supplies i. A. Wlnkel. office supplies.. Jert Coder, quar. exp. P. M. Christen-on, mtg. Alex Radlg. mtg. O. B. Johnson, mtg. H. Dreyer, mtg. . K. O Ewoldt. mtg. O. W. Blelch. mtg. ... F. Kriethe, mtg. E. R. WolU, mur. Tom Reid, mtg. . Art Crulckshank. mtg. Art Oustafson, mtg. „ „ H. A. Harvey, mtg. X R. Jenson, mtg. __„• :. F. Engesser, mtg. L. C. Ga-t. mtg. Chris Dahl Doyle McFarland f and Robert Hamilton visited Sunday afternoon at the Chris Bolles. Harry McChane went to Iowa Falls Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. Fred Hall, who is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ewoldt at Algona. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, lona and Elvin, visited the Peter Godfred- sons, near Bancroft, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler were Sunday afternoon visitors at the D. M. and Roscoe Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ringsdorf and children called Sunday afternoon at the Alfred Godfredsons. Miss Loretta Larxen, teacher at Britt, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Larsen. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson and her daughter, lona, called Monday afternoon at the S. M. Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and daughter, LaVonne, were business callers at Mapleton, Minn., Saturday. Mrs. Howard Jamzrin, of Welcome, visited her aunt, Mm. Alfred Uodfredaon, Friday evening. She visited her parents, the Peter God- fredsons, until Monday, when she left for Hayward, Iowa. BOARD PROCEEDINGS AiMii ,i - i»ffi. .- l--.-l,ri:;«iy I. Il...irl .,!• .- .1-1 -. in -I pursuant |.i a.i i,. iMiri.. M with a.! nil-nib,-. ^ pi,--.-i.t M ,1: ..'. i,-. M..I r:.-i -i:..| .-.<-..!,.1- ft by < '',-~ I'., V - I tl.l I ti,.- f. , ,' «\ ilfiZ Wa~>- I.,- ,,f I ,.:.'.! . |-:n.|...,-.".i f'.r till, .11- -f : ••: '.• ,,;•;.i'-\. i l-.-'l-.,. :;.•• •.,..- . . I-- |.. ." i.., n. ll..rr. II ,:i.r.. . :n. • i ir..«-, :•} I« r i. ' . r i; >• '.i i.- :;• >- l" r i, , .: . ll.-.i i :i.- ' :, •'. :•-. .l-ii,i."-:, 'fif ]-, i i , ;r. n.,! '-.. | - I- :...;. i,.- |,.,i<l for ••,.i,| -I. I-'-- :.-• -.v;lii r,,-r h< ; l."H; fiOc p. r tin.::- f .1 -i.-iii a lid •• • .iln: with VX: ', • f ho if I'll , .. li I M.liOfi.ll t\'lff<!. ,\ .• A!; Mot ,i. :,-• :...•;.!. ai.d -.-.--,ml. il by I't . -. ; ti,, fo.iowiii;; official I,.,1,1- i... i[--,:.,v. 1: William liiom- -!-;-. i"-OM < .'I. "taiii- ; 1'a.u; I'hiillp*. i *»•, a-.* - . Art i.i-M. i. l'iW. i on•,:,:.-. i- 1 w. }', .-. in. r t'fti. ju>tici-; ii-i..r rr-mli'-. t-"i. ,i.-s-no.,i; I.. o J .-,./ i-",in! ,;. '.;j, ,-. <;,->iiu.- I 1 lla'.v- • .,lt i""t. H, .1-. ii,. r ..f l-:..b.-,'ith Ci.ui,- l .- K:.i :n K'II-.JU; and II. M Smith, li'i't. ' ,, , . i.u.i.-.-r A •.-.-.•,: All Mono.-, ny Muni., n.-l hi" -oml. -.1 l.y l:.iu:n tii,it |,.i i[.. r ',otl<v-* l "- .s.-i%i'l i,-i In,- to;.owiiii{ i r-'.ria J"--- Loon ainJ f.inn'iv: Aii^,,.-,! J .Spiank iiii'l f, I-,. Mn Airfu-.l Hj.rank an.I fal.i- ilv ;n.,J Jin, TI..JHI .\y..%: Al. l.y Morrl* m:i..ond..-d by C,,j-^.-.,v.. II,a'. 10. .S. h'in.--.-v. (o..ii|l:- aud.ior, b.- instruct*'! to publUh the S.-inl-.\nn< It. [iorl >l M. .1 iJiJliy, i 1 ..,n,ly Ti, i.vJr.rr. A>-n: All. by li.ijin thai tr>. following r'.i-on.i IM- a.ppiov.<l: II M. Smith, ''ui.-nty Ki.eMn.-'-r. iii.n lal nporf, M. J Uuf- IV. I'.ulily tr i-.i.i.:, iinliUiL 1 ; i'. I-'. SJM-. ht. in r, '.r of .\l-:<ii.i. annual: aid II I! Win:. , j-.ol. i., alirn-al. Ayi-a: A I.' Motion l.v M.irint ami tn i.unil. .1 hy l-'r.i-.-r M J. lJUffy, Cu'.nly 'I i.-u,i,ii. : ., r. l,,irt «Hi I.-.-H . ,.|!,i:t, .1 for th. ; > i-nilliiiS I>t-:..-iiili':-r Slat, ;:i./,. I,.- a|,|,n,-..,) Ai.-*: Ail. Mellon bv Morrla ,:nl <,.ion,J.-l hy i-iMujr^.i- that the f-jil'jwiiiis K.i:un,l- ary Huail l'i-t.ltionn i,.- au|,iuv.,| ami I'UiL-a on fll..-: NI>. SM. No 354. Nu auf, Ay.-.: All Motluu hy Miirria aini .-.=-.;'.n I. ,1 l-y t'OB^ioVc that liKJ 11 !•!• irai,ofui,'J from tin- l.irJti«.: ConJ l-'unij lu tin: Ui-ni-ial t'ouuty l''unii to el .^e ttK- account Ayt-»: All. M-Hiun by i'.jagrovc an 1 frtjculidi-'J by Fr-jcr lb_>t the fual.n itiuii uf Hub.-rt I..MK, a*bi-!i<ior /or I'liion twp., i..- ,i' i i-| Ayf-a: All. Motion by Morris :tn,i m-comli-a by Kia.-t-r tbat tin- \'.i:;:t I'nuiiiy I'oll ai l! tax of lvlw/ir.1 K. for i ii. j-a^on thiil Miiini- tax wati paid to Kiiinii t lounly Ayi--: All. Motion hy Morii.-* an,I H, foil,I- il I'.auni a r>-furnl of *- !- <lox tux for l>l'i p.ilil by Flora. 1J. Han.:y b ii f:iinl.-i| . lb:it Hiiin.- tiix wa.i |<ai m;i-.- A>«-b: All. M-'tion h> I',J.-«TO\*- iinil H.-ronJ.--, by I'Vii.-.-r that W. K ilcl lon.-ilil b .-ipiioinli ,1 to fix i«:i*aii» on I>raiii Nf. •a. Ayi-s: All. Motion by I'oHwrovi- an f.-f:oniii d by Mo:ri.H thai tin- .ij/|,oir«lm<-/it ut F II M..-I in r fur A^t*-BHiir in Karn.<j*:y twj* fie iipi.rov i <1. Ayi-a: All. Motion ny Kran* i iin.l »i--on<U-d bv Moirl-s that tin- 1VM lax on tin- rf X. f-. t of N Vi fci-t of Lot 5. Iili>ck '- ritiinal Ilat AlKona In"', bu aUdiK-ii' i.-i] Aym: All Motion by Mould and wcundi-d h> Iirainan.: l>IMiltt No, 'lW be i.,l Aym: Ail Motion by Morils and acc-urid>:d by r./BKruvi- that tin ii.iur.-t of Charli* A Ainan h,: |»,a<--'l on flii-. Aytd: All Motion by MoirU ami .••condt-d hy I'odKI-uVi- that l-'i-bliiarv 17tll \IK flxtd ,iH tin: 'Lilt: of K,l--.o!!n.: Kltil All Motion by Hiiu.'il an.J H>-l:ulidi-il b> Kra»i-r that Uoiothy T .Sliatlo bi- a|i liolnUd aa OVI-IM . r of I la; poor. Ayi-« All. on inollon lloai'l a<ljourni:il until 1 o'i loi k IL in. l-'.-bruary 17tb. \'i'H. At 1 o'<-loi.-k buaiij ini.-t purnuunt to adjoin nint-iit with ail [ilL-iinWri* pr*-H. nt and |jro<:-i.i]i-d lu Audit an Allow bilia au per "rii.-bi.-dulc of (,,1ai:il." hi.-n-lna.fUr wrltti-n. (-(>I;NTV Ki'ND K. V. I'ltf •-. bounty I Ku/Bii-JI Ciui/Bi-r. bount>' Jaini:. Waltn Jr. labor Mia i -lotiiilila ll'lli-hUoll. <-.|>. f A. Mhi-rt. bountj Howard I'rt-sioii, bounty 1'ost Mattel, ot.iinpn J.iiiH-H Watt.) Jr. la.bor ... N'lji-lhwcMi.-iii TI l.-iylion-.- Cij.. ti-1 x.-rvlcu i'lifforij J. f*ar!tton. bounty W. W Sullivan, btainiw II 6.00 Ituiibrn Lnwdtkc-. bounty 11.00 I«iwrci>cu Barida, bounty ~_~_ 100 <'h_,». Wvllur, bounty 10.09 I'aol Wllley. bounty 1.00 H. W. Trainer, bounty . 4,09 Win. (.' Kuhn. bounty 5,00 A, A. I>rue<_»lcr. bounty 11.00 W. S. CosRrovp, comm. and session . J. H. Fraser, comm. and session F, \Vm. Baum, eomm. and session 7. B. McDonald, comm. and session . . Ch«s. Morris, comm. and aes- [Tlarence Elhert, bounty Dorothy T. Shatto. salary Lucille Dole, salary [>ottie J. Kain, salary National Reemployment Serv., office exp. lotilda Hutchison, office enp. Evelyn Dole, selary M. C. MciMahon. tel. bin Wm. Shirley, office exp. asey Low. board and lodginar prisoners C. H. Oatwlnkle. del. tax coll. P. A. Bnnson. J. P. fees A. Newviile, const, fees Cn-ey Loss, sheriff fees Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan. overpayment of court costs_ Kossuth Co. Mut. Fire Ins., premium . 11. B. White. overpayment court costs 1.00 1.09 15.00 l.M 5.0 l.« 5.1 l.Ofl S.OO 4.15 95.72 S.OO 2.00 60 100.00 4.00 90.00 65 XX) S5.0C i.oo 1.00 174.15 179.S8 204.13 131.00 1S1.S5 4.00 50.00 60.00 70.00 16.3S 9.00 7.60 5.7« 55.40 266.15 Richardson Furn. Co.. repairs. Lain* & Muckey. labor ______ Pratt Blectric Co., repairs ___ Midland Chemical Lab. Inc.. Chemical 3.50 1.25 21.75 1.50 3.00 1.00 ..W 7.S1 1.7B 56.92 26.S6 3.35 1.08 6.00 4.49 134.22 241.S6 7.63 SS.57 3.89 77.11 91.43 110.00 30.10 13.70 -.35 37.74 106.31 S3.67 13.20 21.00 36.30 7.50 5.00 25.00 43.51 6.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 400 4.00 4.00 4.00 ^nri* &/»ni« mis. __„_______«.. Henry J. Kohlhau, mtg. 81m Leigh, mtg. H. A. Warmbler, mtg. „„„_ John P. Bormann. mUt, H. O. Larson, mtg. __.._„__ L. W. Ehrlch. mt*. __.„_„._ Wm. mnuik*, mtg. ».___„_«_ O. C. BasJi, mtv. Fred H. KoHasch. mtg. H. F. Bchuitm, mtg. Walter Vaudt, mtg. H. Dreesman, mtg. Robert Kruse, mtg. John Boekelman. mtg. 8. P. Powers, mtg. August Outknecht, mtg. C. O. Peterson, mtg. J. II. Ilolcom-b. mtg. O. S. Nelson, mtg. Kly Anderson, mts. Walter KnKHirotn, nit^. Frank Jacolw. mtg. Klovd i-«lw.-!l, miif. W. A. S<-bram, mt«. .1 Andrew M. l!an*«n. intij. I'liriM linii'It, intK. .. .. K. I'. HiiiiH.,ii. mtif. . ._ .. I". H. Frankl, mttf. Ht-nry Ki.-rh.-iil. mt4. ~. .1. H.-vln.-. intK. 'arl Hi;t'-!iln«, inti. Uitin Filili-n-.H. intK. . Charles I-lath.-. intK Ilinry Horinaiin, nittf. l.ilm llormiinii. intK .1 l'«-)i Moini-** l>rny < 'o . j*u[ipil.-M AIM'lloI'ltlATIO.V Kl"NI.< KoH.^utb Co. Fair AWS'II, ap- lin.p. KoMrtuth ('o. Fair A.'-s'n, al»- l-rop. flM'HT FI'NU M. i". Mi-Mabon, altorn>-y f>-cn A. HutcbiHon, ( oi7itiiirt.-i,,n.-r __ H. Crt-tzinrycr. «-xam |<hy». (.'arl Bohroi-der. witnena <ist>lord It. rihutnway, attor- fci-Jt I.IIlftAKV FI'NI. i'larkbi>fi i'ublltihiri^ <'o , aup- |llit-M Wm Hhlrlt-v, fn-lKht Ht. I'aul H.Mk & .Station.-ry Co., nupl'lles BoW;» Mi:rrl)l t'n., »<>li>)li-.i J. I. Mt-rryman, brid*i.: work _ Mary, Iviulaa. and J,un,-» Jo»- lyn, gravel land . 4.00 4.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.09 4.00 4.00 4.09 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 1100 12. OS 12.00 4.00 12.00 li'.OO 2.00 2.00 4.W \'f I (*> 4.HO . 3.01) 1S.U 1 . .-s S-ifeit, 1.00 l.*O - '•* 2.00 1.00 1-W 7.'.« 100 J. V. rabcrt blowlnrt »|llin|.f» MAINTHNANOK FfNU II W. 1'l/Mt. fr.-ll?ht Jarm.-n U MoKt.-. freight liot.->foril Luinbt-r *'n.. HUi>pli.-n Noi tliweattrn Tt-li-phuiie <'o.. Inti-ialate 1'oWi-r l^i~"ilgM. at-rv. lirndy Tiatiafi-r & .~toraK« Co., freisbt _ .. fr«:inbt Hallway Kxpnoa A«i:n'-y. frclKiil Jaiiura H Mt-Kti-. frclubt Wilbur Fiah.-r. adv. salary <.'ity of Algona, litchl btrv. Tin-" Xlltrilac-ll, la.bul- Hallway Kxprt-aJf Agency, freight Mike Thill, labor II. W. 1'ubt. freight _. Railway Kxnreari AtfC-ncy, fr.-luht Fred J. *'oon, adv. jiiitrol Iti.-indi-r Kroinlnga. labor Miki: Hakt-r. patn.l Carl H'-rgssren. iiatrul _ Hugh HutU-rfii-1'l, patrol .1 II. MonlHoirn rv. nallol Kd Wlllard. patrol Klmt-r KwinK, i.atrol Kd llakrr. patrol Jack L. Lynch, patrol II T. Turli-y, imlrul <'!ar<-nr. ; Itauni, luliur J. K. Smith, patrol 1C.! Fut'b.->fn, patrol , Tom Wt-lr. labor ..III Ht-i t lihc-llln*->i.-r. f.atrui Win. O. Ludwlifi la.bor K. L. laJwr Wm. K. <<iofibacb. luJ>or IJalpb Markia. patlol S Ii M'-'LoiiiUd. labor John Han»i-]inaii. laJjor Ju.i M. Kaet-r. patrol T _ Brii Nolle, labor Uri-d J. (Njon, patrol Oiivt-r YOUIIK. patrjl Wilbur A. natit-r, patrol Lyell W. Millir patrol M. L. Worby. patrol Clifford Hutuics. labor"" 1'i-ter Movlck. patrol Albert Klllnxa'jn, la.b-jr J K. FaJk, labor .. Dick Ba-dc. laior I.ynn Kai.-hi-nrv-utbtr, labur __ Len St.^'kwi-li. la.bur A. J lllldmaii. Ubor lu. 'J lltil-i M7<l I'Cto 'J6.K MM HJu.OU 10U.7S W.15 MAO 1IC.O! \\t.f» 121. W 118.06 1'Jl.U bft. 5! ia.oo 216.12 1H.10 M.OO Karl Karifig. putrol I.vtbeit (ielixenauvr, labor Uervln Marlow. liibor J. K. Qulnn. labor (Theater Aline, labor Alton I'ettlt, patrol Jay Uodden, patrol . iJ.70 (•j.lO te.06 bi.i 11410 w.a» U'1.20 S435 9C90 38.70 21 35 110.00 «.oo IK 110.60 108. SO 13.30 0.40 Clarence Macumber, labor — t*o Delperdang, la*or Arnold DcIpernaiiiT. labor M. D. Mitchell, supplies Harry Helmke, labor J. 1. Merryman, bridge work . Fred Peterson, labor I. B. Scholtes, labor Henry A. Bruns, labor . ... Elmore Cement A Tile Co., supplies Paul W. Larson, supplies Farmers Cooperative 8oc., supplies Arthur Pehr*>n, supplies Hot.'ford Lumber Co.. supplies Clapp's Master Service, supplies ^. . O. P. McDonald, supplies . . Walter W. RoMnau, supplies . tSaehle Hardware CO., supplies Oeo. Holtebauer, supplies . . E. W. Lus*y, supplies Dutch's Super Service, sup- Piles Ft. Dodge Tent & Awning Co., supplies Pratt Electric Co., supplies ?obum & ZauRK, supplies Kohlhaas ft Spllles. supplies . F. S. Norton * Son. supplies . Albert H. Mlwnl, supplies Mrs. Anna Dahl. supplies Thompson Yards Inc., supplies Thompson Yards Inv., supplies! Greenbersr Auto Supply, supplies r. ft H. Co-op. Oil Co.. supplies tt.40 47.85 47.4 28.0 178.6 90.60 14.50 2.40 S.OO 15.72 12.70 S6.78 15.8$ 85.63 8,88 62.51 71.70 1.71 16.06 2.30 B71.S5 13.10 9.95 6:60 28.74 66.49 14.22 S3.35 7.29 78.20 3W.62 254.15 20.75 Albert Oarage, supplies State Farm Mut. Auto Ins., premium _ 9.91 Titonka Telephone Co., tel. seMr. 2.81 Town of Wesley, water *ei-v~~_ 8.00 Central States Electric Co., light serv. „ ._ B.91 entral States Electric Co., light serv. 1.02 ?arton Warner i;o.. supplies _ 106.22 Celley How Thomson Co., supplies 71.08 Mils Chalmers Mfg. Co., sup* plies lumboldt Fence & Supply Co., supplies _ _ 202.42 'entral Aut" Electric Co., supplies 77.8« Glrjbc Mach. & Supply Co., supplies 10J.SS A. Peters, supplies 4.17 ""red Seylar, supplies 8.25 tandard Oil Co.. supplies 92.75 hell Petroleum Corp.. supplies 132.31 ^leg-Fort Dodfte Co.. supplies 116.78 owa Mach. & Supply CO., supplies 27.35 . D. Adams Co., supplies) 27.25 . A. Schnelderhahn Co., sup- piles 9.40 Austin-Western Road Mach. Co.. supplies 271.61 Glnns-Cook Tractor A Equip. • Co., supplies . 29.3S landard Bearings Co., supplies I McCormlck-Deerlns Store, sup. arcent Mach. Co. Inc., supplies Tetiffel & Esser Co.. supplies he. Balbach Co., supplies 'eerless Oil Co.. supplies DRAINAGE FUND >r. 4— F. E. McKee, new map F. K. McKee. new map 83.92 126.36 1.00 Ed Wlllard. labor >r. 80- Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies ir. 82— F. E. McKee, new map T. 83- J. V. Elbert. grading „ >r. P. A. K. 1- F. E. McKee. new map F. E. McKee, new map •r. H. K. 2- Standard Oil Co.. supplies „ T. P. A. K. No. 1- Paul N. Loomls. audit POOR FUNT> DISTRICT NO. 1 'r. Eason. dental „ . A. Clark, prov. 224.10 188.33 1837.55 S2.0D 79.00 9.45 leeland's Store, prov. ohn Waldron. prov. . rchle Wilson, prov. :inseth & Son, prov. laker's Dairy, prov. 'ut Rate Grocery, prov. ". 8. Johnson, prov. . loe A Sjogren. prov. _______ larney Frankl, prov. __„_ V. E. Naudaln. supplies ~~. S. Norton, supplies __„__ hompson Yards Inc., supplies letmond Lumber Co., supplies 'armers Elevator, supplies .. 'armers Elevator, supplies __. 5. M. Uchtr, rent Mrs. A. 3. 8iuton. rent DISTRICT NO. J 8. Norton, supplies ______ 1.32 30.00 136.00 36.00 85.00 29.61 9.52 18.00 14.00 15.00 S.OO ».00 1100 3.10 62.00 4.00 (.00 5.56 U.2S 18.3S 7.13 13.M 13.4* e.a 26. 78 W, B. Naudaln, »uppJl«M ----- fg.40 M6« A SJogrren. prov. ....... »•"» C. S. Johnson, PTOT. Cut RM« Grocery, prov ...... R. A. Clark, prov. .......... ""•» Doctor Bourne, med. -------- JJ-jg Dr. Fraser, med ............ "-W Dr. Wallace, med. ___________ 2J.7B Dr. Janse, med. ----------- -- Olnlc Pharmacy A Supply Co., med. ______ — -------- - J-JJ A. H. Borchardt, med. ------ 2-04 B. W. Lu*by, med. __________ 18-01 Anderson Ice Cream Store, prov. ____________ I -------- »-JO Alg-ona. Produce, prov. ------ 2.75 Anderson's Rite Way, prov... 12.00 Ixlng's Grocery, prov. ------- 10.60 People's Co-op. Co., prov. ... 15.81 W. T. Pllcher, prov. _________ 12-W Basket Grocery, prov. _______ 10.00 Smith's Dept. Store, prov. ... 5.50 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 129.6T Anderson Grain & Coal Co., supplies __________________ .»•*" Alex Miller, rent ............ 10.00 Floyd BtlsborouBh. rent ------ 10.00 J. L. Bonar, rent ____________ 10.00 W. Q, McCuIlough. ftrnb. serv. 40.00 W. E. Courtney, care ________ 12.00 St. Anthony's Home, care ---- 45.00 Mrs. Wm. Meyers, care ______ 10.00 DISTRICT NO. 8 Dr. Jnnse, med. ------------- 6.09 Cut Rate Grocery, prov. ___ _•_ 6.00 C. S. JohnsorH prov. _________ 10.00 Moe * Sjogren. prov. ________ 6.00 Dr. Adams, med. ____________ 6.70 Dr. Cretzmeyer, med. ________ 60.00 Farmers Co-op. Soc., supplies. 2.33 Kratis Oeneral Store, prov. ___ Fasbender's Groc., prov. _____ Moore & Moore t<br. Co., supplies ................ ----^.'allies' Store, prov. _________ J. P. Schlssel & Son, supplies. 45.35 5.80 J-» 20.08 6.38 6.36 . . . Henry c. Nelson, prov. ______ 6.36 Leo J. Hanlg, rent __________ 10.00 10.00 3.00 2.50 8S.46 Mrs. Will Callles, rent McMahon Funeral Home. amb. serv. DISTRICT NO. 4 C. 8. Johnson, prov. ut Rate Grocery, prov. Smith Dept. Store, prov. Dr. Clapsaddle, med. 41.50 Dr. F.Kan, med. 63.75 Sorenson's Cream Station, prov. j 12.47 Kennedy Brothers, prov. 3.00 Merrill Brother-, prov. 3.00 'aul Grames. prov. 22.62 Wrede & Krause. prov. 6.00 W. A. Murray, prov. 3S.34 O. P. McDonald, supplies .. 34.76 C. H. Schrader. rent 18.00 J. H. Sheridan, rent 20."> M. Owen, rent 10.00 Vugusta Benltz, care 15.50 DISTRICT NO. 5 P. Schlssel & Swn. supplies. 10.22 R. M. Mlnkel, med. .not allowed R. M. Mlnkel. med. 7.00 tlomsters Grocery, prov. 18.60 Sanhorn's Grocery, prov. 6.00 Slmser's Grocery, prov. 4.00 I. M. Dyer, prov. 19.09 lansen's Store, prov. 28.60 "rederlckson's, prov. 18.00 iloore Grocery, prov. 6.00 Engineer's Fuel Co., supplies _ 6.38 Northern Lumber Co., supplies 13.76 ^armers Klevator, supplies .. 48.46 Mrs. Ben Rushton. rent 10.00 A. E. Van Alstyne, rent 800 ohn Osland, rent 10.00 loore A crooks, rent 10.00 ilary Webster, care <6.00 COUNTY FA1RM Dr. R. M. Wallace, med. ... 1.00 - V. Janse. med. 2.00 H. Borchardt. med. 7.14 C D. James, med. 34.81 Missouri - Kansas Chemical Corp., supplies 11.18 Hlgler Chemical Co., supplies 90.6* R. A. Clark, prov. 10.26 •hos. Akre, prov. «7.60 llsbach Clothing Co., supplies 5.S6 Zender ft CaJdweM, supplies 18.37 8. 8. Torrey, supplies 60.89 '. 8. Norton A Son. supplies 43.90 Richardson Furniture Co., supplies >ratt Electric ro.. supplies Cohlhaas A Spines, supplies _ *alng A Muckey, supplies ... MoCormlck-Deerlng Store, supplies Frank L. Miller, light serv. .. L. P. Jenkins, light -»rr. John Hennlng, labor _________ Fred Park, freight Cresco Telephone Co.. tel serv. OBNBRAZ. POOR Hllmt. Ostrum, saJanr 30.26 Fox Brothers, funeral «zp. 22t«0 , RB8OLVEO: That the County' Auditor Is authorised to issue war- ianU for Mils allowed at this meet- Ins; as per schedule of claim* hereln- Jbefore written. i On motion Bocrd adjourned until 10 o'clock a. m. February 17. 1187. B. & KIN8ET, County Auditor. Semi-Annual Report f M. J. Duffy, Treasurer of Konsuth County. Iowa, for the period fro.Ti June 1. 193U, to December 31, 19W. Inclusive. STATBMKNT OF ACCOUNTS I1Y FUNDr! I'alancu Dls- Itaiance Fl'NDS June I, biirix-- Dec. 31. !'.»>> lt*-<'»-ipts liw-titu 19I>> ii-in-rai sta!.- i'...•-.•* iiu<- i >;4.)>M.u fiK.7i4.iH f ' j :w.' Soldiers lliiniiH ;, M» if, 7.7>.-'4 11,11.1.7^ 2.54J.57 «» rt.swiri ;+. >i«'. vt» t,v fc i'»4 i*-ni-ral ('oiinty 11,7^*, >i 47,<*T».14 6.'J.177 V.I H.Ol-Al siati. iii.-iin. ~ 14 r,.x'.!.m w'.tai.nn i.i'&.w ' Tax H.-fiind IIIIIII -'.'.IV "" ' 2i.7<) .»:» Tiix Hi'.'unil ll7.>:»-7< 147.'«-0.:ui mlary Koiid M.ilnt.-nan<•<.- 7'!..'..->'.. W .Vi.iill.u. Jw.sV, 11 17.86 2.72 17.23 .11 l.«4 18.U 26.00 S9.00 «.« 8.00 Huad lt.-li.-f '..T7I.IM l.'St.'M 1.IH.VUU Gu.lM.Cu I .OCT. 44 L',7ll6i» 4I.-J4 4.'/73.l/7 1.618.U1 10.3SS2 4,a:jf. m KIT 41 I'll « !»)» 17 Miill .. J.'.MJUJ B7.15 io.-ja.-jo .,!IJ6._» 3.&44.U! n.OM.lli 1H1.641.&3 49,Ha-..73 3I9S3 43.MjUti(i l».7ii!»:iii 101. 1C 6,7* 4» 3K.91 . 16788 13,063.11 •:-.iwst> i tat.n 170.48 S.tll.i 431,177 JS •..104.M »4^I,V7-'.W Cash Hoittl liolid •t-rti-d Inti-r.-itt Sc-hiiol Dint. Library ..I.Ill f.l.« Intor Vi-hlil.- . 31..Mi.47 •rlnt-lpal of .School ...'.. em.-trrv Temporary Hchool r»-at:h».-r-' Inniltute lijvlnt- T. H. •mncatii 1 Aiiimul 'ouiity Fair Grounds 2,Jfxi.4a l,!r^3.H *ity rtjieclai AhtieiMiinenta ._ _ -IS..7 41*7.63 •orporatlon Funds 7.0UI.11 a(,9W.«3 School Dlxlrlct Fund. . 61,073.74 1 *0,£i«7.06 ainaije Credit* ia. 106.77 S6,_3»,33 uvt-rilraru «10.&4 I'rl Hoad liiiml. H«U-mi.t .. .. 1«,37>(.75 14.KJ.75 Sec. itoad l<4-dem|rt. I70.4S Sec. Ituad A»»n>U 13.0M 43 3,397.96 I'rl.-Hoc. lti>a<l Hedempt. _. . ».»» ~ tal Halancm _ _'__. SSO.10ii.i4 (jvtrdrafta . •lO.M I Tolals _ tVhW,UK.7-J fW*.l>,7.l7 Uverdrafui uhown • KKCKIFTM AMI KECKIHTS On hand ,/uin- 1. IHM f 6,W,U!C.7(I I-'roin l'i;:n-|U,nt TaXi-w, 11CI iind prior l'.-l,alt>. li.t.-r.-»t and Co»t» ". ... 3.441.11 Iiralna..- Taxi-3 _ 21.M1-& 'il> .Sj.i < Asis, .•M*iiiL-nln ll'a\inK. S..-wt-r, etc.) Hi^-jrA;j> Jl*- 1 i iplj* kolini- 'I'ax \.-".".'."-"..".'."." I-III--I-.IIIIIII «i61».73 I Attir I't-nsion "II I».W».W -.•rtt-d lnt».-i»-«t Motor <'an|i-r " " " 432.73 I'll ltoa.1 liond HeiKln'pt. (Sta.K-1 " 14,fit3.76 (.'li.-ari.tli- LK-i-n.-.ii ._ 175.JO Principal of School Fund 1I.40U.OU "ntni-nt or School Fund 2.714 W ilat..- Appropriation for Ti-acberi* In^tltutu . 44.W l:«-t-r l.icin*<-« _ . . Ku.V) Sal. of Autuinubllr Numbvra and Llci-n*; . 60.iaii.50 19IW Tax livfund (from Sttttf) 1H,617.(« Kinpa and Korfiltun. from Clerk it* and Kurfi--llurt* from other Officer* _ . K Llrt-n.ea II_I_III_.I-I.._ 2.4K2.W Can: of Putlfiits In Sutt- limlitutluns K».W Can- of l'atb.-nt» In County Iiuttltutluns 300.t» Sal..- of I'nHluci; at County Home 2,«M.4f> Sal- <./ tfvhuul liuuk* 2.6W.B4 F«i-s fruin County Auditor W.40 Ft-e.t frDiii county Tita-urtr HtlW Fi-t-» from County Recorder . 2,097.S6 Fr. n from Clerk ut DhUriet Court 1.910.00 Kr,-« rro-m Shi-riff - - 28* *» MUicelUneous Ri-ctlpts 8,2!i0.a6 Tran_fi-i. from Fund* <Autum<*H« Fees) 1.774.00 (Other Traimfer.) _. 46.a6S.03 Total Kicclpl- - I l,33S.»ti3.17 DI a» I' 1 _1*KM' B.N TS Stall- Treasurer's Receipts I 116,882.81 'ounty Auditor's Warrants __8.G<i8.77 School Fund Ixians S.900.0B Drainage Warrant*. Bonds, and Interest «,H3.7« County Bunds Redeemed -•_ ., Interest on County Bonds 6.3JJ.4JO Primary Road Bond* Redeemed 14.0N.09 [nlt-rc.t on Primary Road Bunito W.(«3.75 Onl B r» on County Treasurer by Mayors of Cities and Towns 27,546.47 Order* on County Treasurer by Presidents of School Dlst. 1S1.634.48 TuwiuiblM clerks' Receipts . 1.1E4.TS Secretary of 8tu.te'» Receipts for Automobile IJcensts 30,tK>7 91 Mi»cel!ant-uus P»ymenU (lus» Delaware Co.) 71 W Mlncall-neous Payments (1*36 Tax Refund) 147,Htt.3s Transfers tu Funds 4H.03-.a2 Balance on hand December 31. ISM .- 4-t.OB.38 Total I>i»bur»«ment» I 1,336,163.17 Aluona, Iowa., January 'H, 1937. I, M. J Duffy, Tn-iuiurer of Ko»»uth County, Iowa, do hereby certify tint the report iriven above 1* a correct *u.uuniry of the butduo** traitoacted by \\\a a* aaJd Treasurer durlu* the period thtruln *$«cUled. M. J. D<u--ry. County TreMunr. AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. t). Lett* Room* 213-14 Ftrat Nat'I Bfc. Sldg. ALOONA, IOWA i. L. HONAIt ATTORNBTATLAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QU ARTON H. W. MttJJBB ATTORNET8 AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bid*. Office Phone 487 ALGONA, IOWA DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHBSOW ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 281 R J. Van Ness G. W. SUllman VAN NESS A STILLMAN ATTORNIBYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHVMWAT A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Quinby Building Algona, Iowa Phone 6S L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quinby Bldg. Phone IN ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Office Phone 460-J Res. SIS ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) a E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan -VLLIVAN, Sr>IAHON * LINNAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kos*uth Mut Ins. Bide. ALGONA, IOWA OABROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phoo* (HI PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS 1. tt. KENISFICK PHYSICIAN A StmOBON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. RUt over Rexall Drag Store Office Phone 300 Re*. Phone .W ALOONA, IOWA C, H. C~U~TZMKYKB, ML D. SX-ROHXJN A PHYSICIAN Office John OeJbrmtth Bide. ~ 444-CU M-ELVPf O. BOVBIOE PHYSICIAN A 8UROBON Office over Port One* Bid* Phone*—Office 197 AM. 1M oernEOPATHs • DR. & W. MEVEK Oateopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phorre 1*7 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novocalne used for extraction Located over Chrlitensen store Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. HCIIAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone US Res. Phone 174 Algona, lowm GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. & GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Postoffice Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Rhone 44 Res. Phone 111 REAL ESTATE MURTAQH A SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phone lOtt VETERINARIANS FOX A WIN-URL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winket Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 47S-W Res. 478-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewrit er Paper We have Just received a large shipment of ream packages (600 sheets) which sell for 60c for 500 sheets This U a good grade bond paper and will make aa excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moiiies Inquire at the AJgona Upper Des Moinea office for partruclars

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