The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 22,1937 •MM BRIDAL COUPLE HOUSE WARMING ATLOTTS CREEK / Fenton Young People Join In Honoring Wilmer Wichtendahls Fenton: A number of Fenton young people attended a house warming for Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendnhl, I-otts Creek, Sunday evening. The Wiohtendahls were married last week and Mrs. Wichtendahl was the former Edna Potratz. Out of Quarantine The H. C. Lindsey home was released from scarlet fever quarantine Saturday and the Raymond Prlebes were released Tuesday of this week. Edward Lindsey and Raymond Priebe had the sickness in a light form. Nine Pound Boy A nine pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzcnauer, Friday evening. This is the first child in the family. Mrs. Schwartz Hostess Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz entertained the following at dinner Sunday: Edith Laage and Mrs. Minnie Stark of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, Hans Whittemore Woman Gets Surprise On Wednesday Eve. Whittemore: A surprise birthday party was held, Wednesday night in honor of Mrs. Verner Braatz's 29th birthday nt their home. Among those who helped her celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Relnen and daughter of West. Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strtiecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck. son Henry and daughter, Lucille. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. Cards were plnyed an3 a delicious lunch was served. Visitor From Chicago Lloyd Roth, who is employed in Chicago, in a drug store, visited for several days nf the home of his mother, Mrs. Sadie Roth and also spent a day in Algona visiting with Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Roth. Lloyd and Harold are brothers. He returned to Chicago Saturday night. Krause and Mr. and Ranney and sons. Mrs. O. V. Barred From Competing A great number of Fenton people attended the music festival at the Algona high school Saturday evening. The Fenton school children were barred from taking part because of a number of scarlet fever cases In and around Fenton. Mrs. Breaks Knee Cap J. B. Hanson suffered broken knee cap when she fell on the lawn of her home last week. She now walks with the aid of a crutch. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett were business vsiitors in Algona Monday. The G. M. Millers of Ringsted •pent Sunday at the C. G. Humphreys. ' The Charles Stewart family of Bode spent Sunday at the C. H Geronsins. The E. J. Frank family were Sunday dinner guests at the Chas. Newel home. Ole Frandel, hired hand at the E. K. Johnson farm, spent Sunday In Emmetsburg. Mrs. William Dehnert and Mrs. Walter Klamp of Algona spent Sunday at the R. L. Padgetts. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and children were Sunday dinner guest* at the C. O. Baileys, Seneca. Mr t.n<1 Iffm. Oh Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Garner visited with relatives here Sunday. Art Helmke has a badly infected finger which was injured six weeks ago in a hammer mill. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker. Paul Urich was a Sunday visitor with his mother at Duncan and also with relatives in Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mulroney and son, Peter of Emmetsburg were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen recently. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, spent Sunday with Mrs. Potratz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz,. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Luchsinger of Alton. Minn., visited at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Luchsinger, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs; Will Gronbach of Irvington and family visited with the former's father and brother, F. M. and George Gronbach, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Odne Stokka of Cylinder spent Sunday with relatives here and at the home of Mrs. Stokka's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Baas. Mrs. Oscar Poirot took her mother, Mrs. John Spilles to Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Spilles will have a cataract removed from her eye in the Mayo hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. L. Laidley were six o'clock dinner guests in Algona Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schallln and son of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, were visiting with relatives here over the week end and at the Arn old Wagner home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and daughter, Geraldine and son, James of Algona were Friday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth. Harold Mueller, son of Mrs. Grace Mueller, who had an operation for appendicitis last Tuesday at the McCreery hospital, left the hospital Sunday for his mother's home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and Arthur Locke of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. Mrs. William Schwanke of Cedar Falls, who spent a week here with relatives after her father, Carl Voight, Sr.'s funeral, returned to her home last Thursday evening. Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, daughters Ruth and Sarah and the former's grandchildren Milton and Phyllis McBride of Burt spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ralph Bartlett. Lloyd Walker of Algona spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth. Mrs. Walker is at home with her parents, the Heidenwiths for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Flckbohn and son. Russell, and daughters, Mary Jane and Lietha of Algona were Sunday evening vistors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. Mrs. D. R. Niece, daughter Marjorie of Beach, North Dakota, and Mrs. E. L. Samsee and daughters, Elaine and Joan of Butte, Montana, are paying an extended visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron. Will Monarch, father of Mrs. Henry Bonnstetter, died at his home in West Bend, last Wednesday and funeral services were held Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Keene and the Henry Bonnstetters attended. The Rev. Gearin of Onawa and Rev. Davern of Algona and Rev. Sweeney and Mr. Sullivan of Fort Dodge visited at the home of Rev. William Veil Sunday and Rev. La- blound of Spirit Lake called on Rev, Veit Monday. Mrs. Delbert Walker and son, Kenneth and Mrs. John Borgus of Delevan, Minn., visited in Whittemore last Thursday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roupe. Mr. Roupe accompanied them home and will spend a week with the Walkers. The members of the Aid Association for Lutherans met at the Lutheran school hall Friday evening for a business meeting and their last social gathering until next fall. After the regular bus- ness meeting* was held, five hundred was played and Victor Dau won high and Geo. Schultz won ow. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office April 1. 1937 BoarJ o' SupervUnm met pursuant to adjournment with all mem- berg present. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Fra«er that the following Official Bond* be approved; L. K. Llnnan, flnlrll •on, Jimmle, of Algona, (pent Sunday at the George Goetsch home. Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Ed Priebe of Palrville spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. F. Wegener. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller and daughter, Virginia Ruth, visited the doctor's brother, Supt S. E. Mueller and family. Frances Bailey of Britt accompanied by three teachers spent Sunday with Misu Bailey's futher, Frank Bailey. Mrs. Kathryn need of Dakota City and Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert of Algomi spent Thursday afternoon at the R. L. Padgetts. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reedur and ! ... daughter, Colleen and son, Leslie of! trie Palmer spent Saturday night nnd Sunday at the Clarence Theesfield home. Mr. and Mra. A. H. Krause and sons, Maurice and Junior and Had-1 ley Bailey all of Fenton spent Sunday with the V. C. Bailey family ;:t Marshall, Minn. A. P. Peterson accompanied Edith Laage, Florence VVei.sbrod and Mrs. Minnie Stark to Des Moine.i Sunday evening und will visit at! the .Stark home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landsteiner and j family of Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests with the latter's sister, Mrs. Ernest Votteler and family, neur Fairvtlle. Mr. und Mrs. Hugo Denker and i ''••' daughters Ji a n and Elinor of '" er, and Flurcn. e Weisbrml of U.-., Moini-.s spent the week .-nd at the parental \V. J Weislirnd hume. Mr. ami Mra. Peter Bower.-i of! I>avc/i|/o; t . ,uiie .S.t'uniiy att f- iioun for a visit with tin- licv. Ml;,. II. I'l. Stahiner ,ind t.unil. Fairvillc. Mm. Howers i> a .-,: of Rev. ijtuinner. Mr. iuni Mrs HcriiMii iUcve;- daughters Huili ,ui<l Ahnii. .Saturday in l>e.; MI 1.1.-., \i.-i tlu-ii liauyhtei ami siitcr Alice. is in>' tpiini.ii£ at the Luti;,:ran hospital. Curl MitJUiff of Toli-do. Iowa, ha re..iif4iietl iii.j I'uMtioii a,> , :t;jeria tL-ndcnl i.f ;-r!]> at Tnlcd,, will travel for a book l:nn on New Vork. Mt.,. Mi'lkilt i, former Fii/tem e B.irton and here a loupU- of >> ay.j. Air. ,'iiid Alra. Henry Ii<.<;i,ei , this place .K-coinpuniid llieir o., Rayiuoiiii and family of to Sioux City Sunday naornin,.'., i where they spent the day with I Mrs. Henry Heiuicr:,' brotl:er. In.' A. H. Lcgcnhauscn ami family. They icturnc.i tin ../mie e\inin^.l Mrs. Donald \Vciobro.i an i Mi; W. J. Vv'eiobrod c-ntci tain.••! a!. . quilling parly last week \\\ ,lne , day ami Thursday ufLcrnuuiia. The Kuests included Mrs. J. T, Snyder. Mrs. K. P. Ncwtl, Mrs. Hay Mrs. Wilfred Stotber, Mrs. Mefr'ali. Mrs. John Ncwei, Chas. Newel. Mrs. Harry und Mra. W. C. Stumer. A two course luncheon was, ut live o'clock. Why Utlle WM u JKra«ruit- 1't ouy" killed herself. Uii>trtM»- iitjf trugutly llmt ciiiln queer tirnt "Hit-Down" htrike of her <iei»hu ^irio. la the Aiii- criciui Weekly, the luugiuiue tUatributvd with Next Suiiiiuy'b 0'Uicu.KO Herald und Eiuuuiuer. 600.00; H. M. Smith, Soldiers Relief Commissioner for $600.00: O. H. Graham, Assessor In Burt Twp. (or 1600.00; Carl Johnson, Constable In Wesley Twp. for 500.00: Joe Cogley, Assessor In Itancroft Incorp., tor $500.OiJ; L. A. Harsluu. Assessor in Harrison Twp. for JJOK.UO; Andrew Klberts, Assessor In Lotts Creek Twp. for $101100; Frank W. lOlberts. sor In \\Tilttcniore Twp. Jor i)": ami Robert Hurkofskt-, Asir In (Jet-man Twp. for $,',00.ov. Ayes: all. .Million liv -Mi.Mi (•'laser that tl.t Petitions hi- plui e.l the premises described In said deed, to-wlt: The West Fifty (50) feet of Lot One (I), and the West Fifty (BO) feet of Lot two (2), all In Block One (1), Call's ard Smart's Addition to the Town of Algona. Iowa. •II in accordance wjth-will ttle terms and condition* ««t In a MEMORANDUM MENT dated March orth OF AQREE- 29th. 19S7, wherein Kossuth County, Iowa, Is flrst party and Mary Patrltla Dunn, single. Is second party, a true copy of which contract or MEMORANDUM OK AGREEMENT Is here-to at- tachetl and by reference thereto IH tnailu u part hereof, and that Koa- auth Count> - , Iowa, adopt said agreement u.s Its agreement, anil that the Chairman of the Hoard of Supervisors. namely W. K. Mcnonald, be ant liorl/..-il anil Instructed to exe- eulf i-ald MKMUUAIH.'M Of ACItKKMKNT In behalf of K'lXHlltll <,'ounl>-, loM-a. and that a copy of Iution. thi.- MeuKiraiJnuni of and said AVanantv l>eed plae.-.l on rerord In thu office <.f I:, a. .,:.i,T of In-.-. Is In Kossuth unt\-, I'»\va. at the expense of - Walker, or cither of them, redeem Ing nnd purchasing the said prom Ises from Oral party wltliln six (6 months from the date of the deat of second pnrty, the right of re domptlon and purchase shall be, nn la hereby granted to St. Cecelia* Parish, Algona, Iowa, which rlgh shall remain and continue for n, sec ond period of six (6) months fror the date of the death of the secon party, which redemption and pur cl.nse shall be upon the snme term ard conditions hereinbefore extend ed to Carmllla M. Keofe nnd Haze C. Walker and If not redeemed o purchased ns hereinbefore set forth within one (I) year from the dat of the death of second party, th title to said premises shall remain In Koasuth County, Iowa. It Is further agreed by and be tween the parties hereto that th said Mary PatrStla Dunn, second party, Is to retain possession of th above described premises ns long fts she may live, under ond subject to tho conditions hereinbefore se forth. IN WITNESS WHERKOF the said parties have hereunto set the! hands the day nnd year first above written. KOSSUTH COUNTr, IOWA First Party By W. R McDonald. Chairman of Board of Supervisors MARy PATRITfA DUNN, Second Party KTATR OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY: SS. On the 1st dny of April. A. D. 1S.'!7. before me, r,. A. \Vlnkel, a Notary Public Ir nnd for said county nnd state, personally appeared W E. McDonald, known to me to be Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, and Mary Pntritla Dunn, single, to me known to be the persons named In ard who executed the foregoing Instrument nnd acknowledged that they executed the same as their voluntary acts nnd deeds for the purposes set forth therein. Witness my hand and seal the tiny and year last above written. L. A. WINKKL, Notary Public Ir and for Kossuth County. Iowa. Motion by Frnser and second by Morris that April 23. 1937. be the date set for Grading Letting for 1937. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Banm that H. M. Smith, County Engineer, be called upon to make Reports on Secondary Gravel Road Districts. Ayes: all. On motion Board proceeded to nudlt and allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter written. SCIIKIUJMO OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND Amt. Allowed 7.eo II. Gnerdet, adv. assessor salary $ W. A. Ulelcl.. bty W. W. Sullivan, P. M. stamps W. W. Sullivan, P. AI., postage \V. W. Sullivan. P. M., postage Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., tele, serv Fred Schmidt, bty State Comptroller. excess school fund tax Wavne Drone, bty W. W. Sullivan. P. M., post\V. W. Su'lii'va'n, P."M.','postage City of Algona. light serv. W. R, Stewart, adv. assessor salary Chris Dahl. bty Harold Bunkofske, bty Hnllway Express Agency, freight W. W. Sullivan, P. M.. postage Lafe Oxley, bty W. W. Sullivan. F. M., postage T. L. Thorson. bty Frank W. Elbert, adv. assessor salary Chicago Milwaukee St. P. R. R., freight Rosella Volgt, salary Mary K. Sands, salary .... Otto Koppen, bty Chan. Morris, comm. & session F. Wm. Baum, comm. & session W. E. McDonald, comm. & session W R ^usjfwnt imam ft gat' •Ton ...7.. 184.10 J. H. Praser, comm. * session 1S9.00 25.00 1.00 10.00 7.50 15.03 63.37 1.00 110S.45 1.00 C.OO IS.50 DG.94 60.00 1.00 1.00 n 1.62 9.25 8.50 10.00 1.00 25.00 1.13 67.50 90.00 8.00 237.15 192.58 32 192.4 J. V. Klbert, grade proj. No. .27 .T. V. IClhert, grade proj. No. 23 and 24 30S.1 Eugene Myers, labor 14.0 William Welmer, labor .... 8.8 Brady Transfer & Storage Co.," freight 3.S Pnst Transfer, freight 17.3: Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., tele, serv 34.2 Charles Emantiel. labor .. 8.0 Iowa Public Serv. Co., light serv 1.1! Mason City Motor Freight Term., supplies 12.1 National Reemploytnent Serv. office exp. ............... Dorothy T. Shntto, salary . . Lucille Dole, salary ........ Evelyn Dole, salary ...... M. .1. Duffy. Co. Treas.. adv. biy ...................... Clerk of District Court, office expense .............. C'. H. OHtwItlkle, del. tax col. Auditor of State, state examiners .................. Mrs Clotilda Hutchison. o. A. p. exp ............. C'a^ey Ijo.sH, bil. and lodg. on exp. Knit Motor Co. electi Harold Weaver, bty Art Collins, bty ........... Pink Supply Co.. suppllt-H .. I i W. (irlpper. Co.. Hilpplli'H.. I'nlted Chemical Co.. supplies Missouri Kaunas Chemical I'n'ted Chemical f', KoKlhaa* <t Spille Midland Clu-mical Mlppllcs N'. -Is. in Hardware, ChrlMtt-nsen Brow. ,., supplies . nupplles I Jib. Co, supplies . Co. eup- alt Kleelrle Co . supplies (} F. TIIWIH-. HupplleH H. It. Cowan & Sun, labor ., \Vm. Hhlrli-y. utTicc exp. .. \Vra JO. Sch wlt-tt-rt, grade exams -Ineoln School Supply Co., HllppllfH Advaiiee Publishing (•:>.. printing Ha liltn.tnd & Stephens Co., printing Printing Co., print- Ing Malt I'arrott & .Suns Co. printing .lenkllh Ft-iKe-mann Co., print Ing Klipto LOUSH l.eaf Co.. print- Rt.-Kl.-itt.-r. printing & Wallt-r minting •r Kxehungi:. aup- f.iil'.iiigi,! '»,Yp'|>'liea n SI u.lm, htippliejt . . I'hilllli.-i, MilK Sa i.ln. nit ^ l:.,hlli».,n ling .... hll i;.-ll.el. I !•' KI.-I'-.-T.-'JI . \\et.-.t eoinni. li II «|Uii r expi-li.-r. I' A.I tal.s.,11. j p f.-e>s . . I'.i.-ry I....-.-,. M,,.-riff f,:,.--: . ;i A Van Al.ityrt-. helping- ni.t-ritr nded b 1'raser. CharU-H M.. A \\' I-.'. . Sn \ : n Motion ileelar, man \V !•: MKMDltANIil'M ne. ! a.loptetl by Chair- nald OK AOI'.KKMENT l-'la-er maki- i I MM i i. t i 'i am THIS A<;I:KI;.MI:.VT. entered Into tlii.s r,ttli ,lav of March. A. D. I».'i7, liv an.l h,-tween Kitsnuth Cmiiity. . lii-rt-lnafti-r Icr.owii ;m llrat parlv. an.l Mary I'atrltlu Dunn of a. /..wa. l.ert-liiuf l .-r known t parly. \V ITNKS.SI-:TH : •r.-a.s. Mary Palrltia iiunn. u p.-r.-nti, in a reol.lent of KIIH '..ui.ty. Iowa, un.l a pt.-rti.>c of ff.I .'..•iila. l.i In falling health > riii.ling it difficult to maku .- tor th..- nei ei-sllies of !ift_- a.n am an.) l> pn.vli.1 ai.-l Whe H-f,,Il.| pit- t.t tli el I > t .,- wit • Tl..- We^t Fifty (50i f,. i irt- ill iuni U,.. W,.»t I, i.'.m f. ft ,,( I..,i all in I!!.,, k no.- I 1 i. Call. ratrltla Inmn. th title In fee Him eicrlbed prop II Noldin. } p. f II HI. -ward. cotlM I.. I'f.-ffei-. mayor' I \S'.-lllk. miiHl.a ! Iff ',< 1 that -I., of al:y il'f...if.l by \viil j.ay .- , nn.-l hi •:-• an.l . I (..11 f ah.l niak,; I .a i I v ma v a;( aly ta\e.-. ,-.-, ..f lip- u.d k.-..-p a |,i.iii. that i.t t.j thl.- to tune, Uh Ivan, ...1. I.-at!, of !,,.•• 01 <1 par- li ni.-.•!•!, of t,..eot .1 '•-.uinilU M. Keefe Walker, jointly -or Lay..- tin.- tirnt h..y..- ,i, h. i ih.-.J prt.-in- •ai ly wl.l.-h riKlil of n.1 pureha&i: .-.hall t?x- r i-1 x i f, i i I after thf 'l.ll--- of II;,- death I-any l.y l.aylnij to llr,t !! .-iiin.-j a.Jvan.t.-.l under the thl.-, .\KleelIlel,t III Luhalf • nil or exnemle.l upoi: • -mis>:a, !•.«• ther with intern all .jl ,-ajii,ii from thu f payinenl^ at the liilc. uf five it (5 ner it.-nt) per aiinuiii • '"i.S'STIlCCTIoN Smitli. en ent,'- Smith, eo. engineer. T Nuyelit, abst. Merivman, blldije Work M. Smith, e'.untv t.-nglnee-r n T. Nugent, asat. ei:tj- P1I--.1 Flank rial,na.M! I V 10 It .1 V Kibe 11 gia.llhif J V Klbeit. No 2S . . . . M T. M. <!viii N.. 7 . . . . M. T No M. T V., srttUu proj 70.13 r.o.oo 50.00 67.50 8.71 4.39 112.99 792.10 13.07 291.-10 6 nn 2 K'l 24.r,ii 9.9S 52 s:l 2.61 11.30 S.11 30.40 2.51 149.20 2(1.50 41.10 16 30 30.00 90 50 27.42 50.77 46.82 44 31 99 61 57.67 17.24 if 16 4 00 4.00 4.'10 lo or, 7.F.II lo.o i Transfer, freight 1.4 Railway Express Agency, freight .54 City of Algona, light serv. 26.2 10. L. Hiiher. patrol 36.5 Kmmet Co. Treas., taxes . . 15.S4 Hnncock Co.. Treasurer, taxes 66.91 Railway Kxpress Co.. freight 1.8f Dick Baade, patrol 51 .Ine M. Ksser, patrol SS.4( Win. F. Oronhach. patrol .. 91.00 Clem Goodman, labor .... 42.0( Tom Weir, labor 87.6< Hert Shclmyer, patrol .... 87.50 Wm. O. Lndwfg, patrol .... 94.o< S D McDonald, labor 108.00 Ralph Markla. patrol 92.0 Wilbur A. Fisher, patrol .. 99.43 Oliver Young, patrol 70.00 Frde J. Coon. labor I. H. Montgomery, patrol Krt Wlllard. patrol 19.25 Mike Raker, pntrol 97.30 F.lmcr Ewlng, patrol 108.80 Hugh Butterfleld. patrol .. 95.55 I. 10. Smith, patrol 75.25 H. T. Turley, patrol 28.0^ Clarence Banm, patrol .... 88.4o lOtl Daker, patrol 82.95 yell Miller, patrol 87.34 M. L. Worby, patrol S7.50 Tllfford Holmes, patrol .... 87.50 Albert Elllngson. patrol .... 41.fin I. E. Falk. patrol 110.40 A. .1. Hlldman. pntrol 75.2 Lynn Kuchenreutber. patrol 91.00 !5eldner Kromlnga. labor .. 30.10 Iny Godden. patrol 87.85 Chester Alme, labor 47.60 Mervln Marlow. patrol .... 95.20 Oarl Ewlng. patrol 96.60 I. F. Qulnn, patrol 88.20 Alton Pettlt. patrol 107.60 Harry Jfelmke. patrol 154.55 John Hanselman, labor .. 176.15 •Id Fuehsen. patrol 87.60 ^atil Trasamar, labor 24.50 .ester Hagcr, labor 1.50 '.,. F. Stookwell, labor 8.40 'ohn Rlppentrop, labor .... 3.00 "^ay Hauens^eln. patrol .. 46.35 ,Va!ter Schwartz, labor .. 8.00 if. D. Mitchell, labor 11.50 ,. J. Henrfren. labor 8.00 Steven Tjaden. labor 3.50 ~>ter N. Thllges. labor .. 16.50 \ndrew Redinsr, labor .... 3.00 Nelson Hardware, tuipplles 14.70 .ease & Lease, supplies .... 15.44 Olbert Garage, supplies . . 10.00 •Mitch's Super Service, supplies 411.00 C. D. .Inmes. supplies .... 1.43 . 10. I'kena. supplies .... 4.05 tlcCormlck-Deerlng '. Store. supplies r>6.65 '. S. Norton & Son. supplies 33.01 Irs. Anna Dahl. supplies . . 28.25 rnnk D. Fh«her. supplies.. 1S.6S vossuth County Implement Co.. supplies 1.2S •Cohlhaas & Spilles. supplies 22.68 *atterson lOlectrlc Shop, supplies , 11.65 ^Mapp's Service, supplies . . 3.35 hell Petroleum Corp.. supplies 53.11 Vtlrot & Schattschneider, supplies 10.74 <. * If. Coop. Oil. Co.. supplies 54.90 Schwartz & PetersRon. supplies 2.81 Haggard & Waller, printing 3.70 Interstate Power Co.. light serv 9.27 Certral States Electric Co, light sprv 1.02 Certral States Electric Co.. light serv 2.14 M. .1. Dufty. Co. Treas., adv. express 2.98 lOuffel A Ksser Co., supplies 3.51 Iowa Union Tele. Co., tele serv 9.48 Shell Oil Co.. supplies .... 4.05 Arnold Motor Supply, supplies 38S.68 Barton Warner Co., supplies 647.50 Globe Machinery & Supply Co.. BupDllen 101.11 nneS 14 .-.^^. r± ;r:r «».«» Sargent Machine Co., sup- pile* 26.10 Fort Dodge Machine & Supply Co., supplies 15.17 D. W. Onan A Sont. supplies 14.0* Waterloo Construction Co., supplies 61.8« The Balbach Co., supplies.. 1.47 1. n. Adams Co., supplies .. 18.61 Sllgo Iror. Store Co., supplies 112.42 (llbbs Cook Tractor & Equip. Co.. supplies! 66.46 Kli-g Fort Dodge Co., supplies 108.39 Allis Chalnifi-H Manufacturing ('(>. KUpplll-M 62.73 Austin Western Road Mach. ('*>.. stippl II-H A. V. McDonald Mfg. Co., KlIpplltH Starnhiril Tar Pri'ducts Co. ippllf* Pink Supply Co.. supplies . . KH ley-How-Thomson Co.. supplies Standard Oil Co.. Kiinpll* «. . K & II. Coop. Oil Co.. Hop- piles - - liiiva Miich. & Supply Co.. HUpplleH Si,,-11 Petroleum Corp.. «up- pliCH I'eerll,-*!! Oil Co. Kllppll.'M. . DRALVAO10 FI'ND Dr. No. 4 — lilek Maude, lnt.or Dr. No. W — (ieorgt; Lot.ft. labor 11. li Mayer, labor Dr. No. 1"t-~ I >. H Mayer, labor (leorge Looft, labor ...... Dr. Nn. *'>— Ulck Haa.le. labor Dr No. llii — .lame* 11 McKee, maklt.s map Dr f. A.-K .It 1 — I'ulo Alto County, adjunt S6.30 130 10 2. or, 1.00 213 92 171.31 10 50 J-'.OU 6 00 21.00 Paul N. I.oomls. audit ... Dr H.-K. No. r,-»7 — Ca.sey Lows, hervt: notP' 2000.00 10.40 DOMESTIC ANIMAL FI'ND ,1.00 FUND 1 fiO 3. oil 3.00 1. 2 20 4li 6 ' 6.00 r,.io 6.80 2.04 64l 11.67 8 IG 5 l4 2.9 ( 42.7G 26 245 00 160 00 176.40 245 00 150.00 421.11 7.20 102.12 2S7.20 1»0 24 282.31 ... ... . Haus, lUtlng Kay K. Har.ncn, ll»lin« tloita U" C. Stame-r, liBting tlog^ Henry C Nelson. IlKtlns 'los«n \VeHley Uernliaid, listing tluga \V H. Pattersion, listing dogs I-M I'liamberii. llatliis ilnga. . ll.illis lleliachole'l. luting dogs Oaear Frandl..-. IlstltiK 'logs I. II. .luiikcinicirr, ll.-iting <l.)«3 li i,' Uanlni.-r. llhllr.g doKa I.eon J Wonltrn. ll«ling .log" II. W. HerXKien, li.-ting iloK.-i n. H (Irahain. li.stinn iloa.-i I). C. KI1I.H. ll.itlllK iloKH.... dtiK» .-• .1 W. Hnlllg, listing doss., I'iiul I'hlllt|i». II.Htlng dogs. . F H, MCM-l.i-r, lifting ilogn. ThoniUH R. Crahan. liatii:« 802 ; 280. CO . lolm Hiirtahorn, listing dogd I. C. Hutchliia. listing dogs, Kilo Wolf, llnllng dojfs.... (iiiy Bone. lUtlng dogs .. W. R. ritewail, Il.-itln« dojfs Frank W. Klbert. lUUiiK dogs P.-ar! JileklelT. listing doga. . A. K Ogleii. listing dogs . . Amlievv KlberlH. llatlrg dogs Joe Cogley, li»tlii« dogb. . . . Fred C WcKllcr. HatlllK (lug* I.. A. ii.irs.lou, llfllng <iuifn I A. (i.-r.le.s, luting dot;^ Marvin Vaske. lli-IIng dogs . P.ob P.unkofskc. ll.xtlng dog.-, W I.. Reynold.-,, liming doga Hike Heldct.sclic.ld. listing .logs W. <; l.'lalg. listing tloga.. E II IJeardsley, Iliiting tlogs l.eo H. IjUeldet. llhlicg tlo«a POOK l-'I.'ND Dhitrlet No. 1 — Dr. R. I.. Corbln. mod. . . Dr. Meyer, mtd Dr. med KoKMuih Hotipftal, hospital <:a re, Wlil lev Cut lint.,- Croc., prov. H W iieelan. prov Kiiiselh Of Son., prov Huk-:r'» Dairy, prov Frunkl'ti Slure, prov Waldrona. virov H. R Zumach, prov .Stepht.-iia Store, prov Herman WI.M,-, prov Archie Wilnon, prov C. S. Johmion, prov Christenaena. prov Anna Murray, bupplleu .... Welters Store, supplies ... Faruiurn Coop. Aaaoc., fuel . Sunford die Llndvbuk. fuel .. Whlituinore Elev. Co.. fuel . NuMuu Lumber Co.. fuel .. 9 30 10.50 2.UO lu 10 1.00 9.10 8 9< 7.90 9.6') 6 90 10 oil 1 6U r, oo ;; lo i 60 9.60 >i HI K ao li Cu G 80 8.30 12.20 8,0.) 5.00 8.70 2.00 2. SO 2.80 10.10 1.10 10.00 C »'( 2.10 6.30 11 5 40 7.70 1.20 15.40 9.30 21.50 G.OO 2 00 65.50 65.00 31.68 12 00 4.40 12.00 13.50 22 60 6.00 12.50 9 00 4 00 .86 1.61 10.40 3.31 5.48 6.83 167 C. H. Llchty, rent 6.00 District No. 2— Mr. Meyer, mod 19.0< Dr. Janse, med. £1.0( Cut Rate Groc., prov 113.5t C. S. Johnson,, prov 24.0( Cl.rlstensens, supplies 1.7! Norton Lumber Co.. fuel .. 23.21 Dr. Cretzmeyer. med 71.OC R. A. Evans, med 5.25 Dr. Kereflck, med 110.50 Dr. Fraser, med 63.Ot Dr. Wallace, med 37.00 Dr. McCorkle. dental 4.00 A. H. Borchardt. med 2.56 Kossuth Hospital, hospital care 206.00 15. 2.75 in oo 3.06 8.00 42 5<> 10.0S 12.40 3.83 34.85 43.13 6.63 McCullough, funeral Harvej-'s Grocery, prov. Algona Produce, prov Peoples Coo., prov A. & P. Store, prov Moe & Sjogren. prov R. A. Clark, prov Algona Creamery, prov W. T. Pllscher. prov Mrownells. supplies Botsford Lumber Co., fuel .. W. E. Nattdnln, fuel Spahn & Rose Lumber Co., fuel W. G. exp. A. M. Colilnson, rent .... Alex Miller, rent Mrs. .1. E. Moulds, rent .. Mrs. Wm. Meyers, care .... Nelson's Hardware, supplies District No. 3— Dr. Meyer, med Dr. Janse, met! Cut Rate Groc., prov C. S. .Tohrson. prov Chrlstonsens, supplies Dr. Adams, med Fasbenders, prov Collies Store, prpv Krause Store, prov Moore & Moore, fuel Mrs. Will Callles, rent ... T. P. Doerr, rent Henry C. Nelson, rent .... Leo Hanig. rent District No. 4— hrlstensens. supplies Dr. Cretzmeyer, med Dr. West, med Jr. Clnpsaddle. med Priebe Bros., prov Smith Dept. Store, prov. .. Kennedy's Store, prov Finn's Groc.. prov Mrs. Clark Cofflr. prov. .. Sorensens Cream Station, prov 0. P. McDonald, fuel W. A. Murray, fuel J. H. Sheridan, rent H. Schrader. rent t* M. Owen, rent Art Lindsey. rent Augusta Bletz, care K. D. James, supplies .... Jlstrlct No. 6— Chrlstensens. supplies Kossuth Hospital, liospltal care )r. Mlnkel. med ~>r. Williams, med ."*. R. Smith, prov >lmsers Groc.. jjrov •Vllsons, prov Frederlcksims. prov larsens Groc., prov I. M. Dyer, prnv Mrs. Hartley Hesvlg. prov. .. "armers Elevator, fuel .... Onglneer Coal Co., fuel .... Irs. Il>n Rusl.ton. rent .... 'ohn Osland, rent ^. E. Van Alstyne. rent .. loore & Crooks, rent .lary Webster, care lenera] Poor— Illma Ostriun, labor •ountv Farm — ohn Hernlngs, labor ohn Hennlng. labor t. A. Clark. pro\' 'hos. Akre. prov 3rnham's Dept. Store, supplies '. S. Norton & Son. fuel .... IcCormlck Deerlng Store, supplies vossuth County Implement Co.. supplies V. C. Dau Garage, supplies Velson Hnritwore. xupplles ohlhaas & Spilles. supplies F. Raker & Co., supplies Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory, supplies Walter Vaudt, clerk, supplies C. O. Jamen. supplies .... Dr. Jan no, med Dr. R. M. 'Wallace, mad. .. Dr. M. O. Bourne, med. .... LIBRARY FUND loturhton ititnin. supplies.. 'ollett Pub, Co., supplies.. J«wson A Co., supplies .... 1. W. Singer A Co.. supplies Crescent Printing Co., supplies A. N. Palmer Co., supplies (Jinn & Co.. supplies lacmlllan Co., supplies .... ,'nlverslty Pub. Co., supplies imerlcan Hook Co.. supplies Vorld Book Co.. supplies . . ni'iuols Pub. Co., supplies .aldlow RroH.. supplies .... icott Foresman. supplies . Cllpto Loose f.eaf, supplies -iinrel lioiik Co. supplies., land McNdlly, supplies .... low Peterson & Co.. supplies RF.SOLViOD: That th 71.50 Irt.nn 10.00 S.o.i 10.00 1.1 27.00 5.00 8.00 2.50 .14 10.50 6.00 22.50 3fi,7;i 21.21 10.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 1.35 121.00 43.25 32.25 15.00 18.00 6.01 8.«0 2.98 13.28 15.30 24.96 20.00 9 00 10.00 7.00 15.50 5.29 4.00 33.00 55 00 60.00 77.54 8.00 20.00 34.00 14.80 15.00 7.92 35.11 6.38 10.00 10.00 8. 00 10.00 45.00 39.25 60.00 60.00 17.58 72.69 no 49.18 37.50 6.26 1.20 7.70 6. 38 1.12 11.25 36.00 6.60 2.00 11.50 24.00 71.87 29.62 11.27 19.8S 7.40 51.98 250.75 241.24 121.24 613. 87 34.53 99.26 94.95 24.64 24.64 12595 3X1.24 44I.X7 County \udltor 1.x authorized to Issue \var- ants for hill.-* allowed at this meet- rg us per schedul« of claims here.- iibefori. written. (m motion Hoard ndjourned until A. M, April Ml-.. P-KiT 10 S. KINSEV. County Auditor. Auditor's Office April 5, 1937 Hoard of SupervlsorH met inl to adjournment with all inem- ,els present. BuKi-d pro< ...... letl to read mlnuten 'f last regular Ke*.*lons and all ad- ourned fcessioiiH. Motion by Cosgrove and second iv Morris the minutes of lust regular sea.xion and all adjourned (.i»lom« lit; approved. AyK»: all. Motion by Morris ami second by 'osgrove that there be no further .iixim-Hs the Hoard udjolirned to the iidt regular t-esxloti. Ayes: all. W. K. Me DONALD. Chairman. K. S, KINHEV. Sucretary. Auditor's Office April 5. 1937 Om- O'clock P. M. Hoard of Supervisor* met for tho e> ond regular weawlon. tm;mbers iieseiii. MeDonald. Fraaer, MorrU, 'owgtove and Hauni. Motion by Morris and second by •'tagrove that Mia Klla Hunt, Huea. 'Ity. be allowed 515.00 per muntli until further notice. Ayes: all. Motion bv MorrU and second liy Fraser thai Kmelda Dooley Ba'ury e rtxed at lloo.oo per month. Ayes; II Motion by MorrU and accord bv Haum that the Remington Rand Hie it; given the contract for one Rem- iliBlon N' Typewriter for •l.-rk'.s oltice Ayes; all. Motion bv 1,'ohgloVe und Hecomi bv Fraser HIK following Gravel rviitnns be placed 01: tile: No. 4»:i. So. 4'itt. No. (07. No. 4I)», No. 409. No. 410, No. 411, No. 412 and No. 413. Ayes; all Motion by Fra.ser and second by Haum that the grand Jury report f Findings of Condition* ut the County Farm and County Jail be approved. Aye»: all, Motion by Coagrove ami Hecor.d by Fraser that the Resolution Abrogating and .Setting aside Levy of Assessment on all Lands of the East Hram li of Drainage District No. 5 Kos-suth County, Iowa, be adopted. Ayes: all. Motion by Cowgrove and second bv Fraser that the Resolution Dividing Drainage District No. 5. Kosnutfo unly. Iowa, Into the East Branch d West liiamli thereof for administration purpose!* be approved. Ayea: all. Motion by Uaum and aecofld by Moiiis Dial Pauper Notice be serv- d on the following persons: George Noone and family, George Davis and family, Joe and George Heddings. A. Ii. Pankuk. HUK). Johnson. Ai- onzo II. .. u . Jinan. Ullljert I lunlansi-n, Jack Kpanow. Carroll Smith, S. W. Grant, und John Smith at:d Harry (jroen. Ayes: all. Motion by MorrU and second by Fraser that the Hnal estimates of M. T. McGuIre be allowed us hereinafter written. Grade Project No. 6. $58276. Grudte Project No. 18. J43782. Grade Project No t. 189773. Grade Project Nt. 18. 1710.77. Grade Project No. 11. 183265. Grade Project No. 10. $88976. Grade Project No. 12, $60682. tirade Project N 22. $57435. Grade Project No. 16. $1034 r,s. and Grade Project No. 17 $279 61 Ayes: all. Mutton by Morris and second by Fraser that the flnal unlluiates of J V Elbert be allowed a» hereinafter written: Grade Project No 33. $:i99 08. Grade Project No. 34 $142 70. Grade Project No 35, $175 52 Grade Projects K-Rlwerdale $29052' Grade Pr..jt,-< t No. 2. $126.00. Grade Project No. 6, $fi67 9B. Grade Project No 1. $17388. Grade Project No 3. $141 SI, and Grade Project No. 4 $67 88 Ayts: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Bnum that the assessment for 1999 of Lllllnn Oeelan on reftl estate mortgage out side of the State of Iowa be abated. Ayes; nil. Motion by Morris nnd second by Bnum that a Soldiers exemption of $500 00 be allowed on Lot 7 Block 6. Original Tint Whlttemoro Incorp. Thnt a Soldiers exemption of $500.00 be allowed on Lot 10 Block 1 Call's aiMltion to Rnt-croft. That n Soldiers exemption of 5500.00 be allowed on SW'i of Section 17-100-30 for 19:,!i. Thnt a Soldiers exemption for $500.00 on Lot 5 Block I! falls * Smarts \ddltlfn Aluronn. Ineorp. and thnt .1 Snldiers exemption of $500.00 be allowed en Lots 1 nnd 2 Rlock 2 Morehoiises First Addition, Bnneroft Incorporate!). Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove nnd second by Fraser thnt HIP bond of Ed Chnmbers. ns^e.-ssor in LnVerne Township, be approved. Ayes: nil. Million by Frnser nnd second by Ctis.KTovr that Beer Bond of R. J. Snnkcv In Sextlon. lowrt, he npprov- r-.1. A'yos: nil. Motlor by Cnsgrnvp and second by Morrls thnt the following reports lie njiproveil: Recorder's Quarterly Report ff Fees collected; Auditor's Report of Fees: Clerk's Report of Fees: Sheriff's Uiiiirtprly Rcprrt to Su;iervl.«ors: an.l Engineer's Report »f i'..instruction work for 1937. Ayes: nil. « Motion by Cnsgrnvp and second by Frnser that Ren studer be given n refund of J21.0:1 on Personal Tnx. reason that sumo property wns assessed nnd tnx pah) to Hancock enmity, same being property thnt wns Loused In Hancock County, across the rond from place of owner In Kossuth County. Ayes: nil. Motion by Frnser and second by (•osgrove Hint 1 the nbntement of $19.SO tax for Moneys nnd Credits charged to Silas Rnnwnrt be approved: reason Moneys nnd Credits sted wore of no value. Ayes; nil. Motion by Mortis and second by Frnser that taxes on Lot ~ nnd 8 Block 2 Calls Addition to Bnneroft Incorporated be suspended, reason old age nsslstnncp. Ayes: nil. Motion by Fraser nnd second by Morris that thp Hid Age IVnslon tax paid to Cnunty Treasurer by Minnie Thompson nnd Wm. Thompson be refunded. Ayos: all. Motion by Fraspr and second by Morris that an abatement of fifty cents personal tax 1934 of Wm Barry bp abated snmi> being puld In Lone Rock Incorporated 1934. Aves: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Bnum that a Soldiers exemption of $500.00 be n Unwed on S 8B f w t Lot 1 and South 66 feet of thp east 24 feet of Lot 2 Block 79 Algona Incorporated. Ayes: nil. Motion by Morris and second by Cosgrove that a refund of $3.00 !><» given to W. B. Murray reason thnt «ame was paid In Fnlon Township nnd also In Fenton township toj ime year. Ayes: all. Motion by Baum and second by Vaser that a refund be paid Lars Relslns $2.3R Old Age Pension Tax. eason not a cltlren. Ayes: all. Motion by Rnum and second by Fraser that n refund of $72 IS be nnde to C. G. Humphrey for Delln- liient Taxes pnld to County Auditor, eason resolution adopted' by town council of Fenton. Iowa, and according to attorney general's opln- on. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris nnd second by laum that an abatement of $161 be natle on real estate tax In SWW Section ,14-96-29 reason 2.54 acres toll] to Iowa State Highway for •ond. Ayes; oil. Motion by Fraser anil second by •osgrove that the Old Age Pension Tax paid In Fralrle Township for he year 1935 by John Kulschara >e refunded, reason receipt shows nx wait paid to assessor ns Poll Tax Instead of Old Age Pension ax. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser ard second by Morris that the following soldiers' exemptions of $500.00 be allowed, on L.ot 5 Block 6 Calls nnd Smarts Add- tlon Algona; Lot 10 Block 1 Calls Addition to Bancroft, Iowa; and lrf>ts I and 2 Block 2 Morehouses First Addtlon to Bancroft, Iowa Ay on: »J|. Motion by Fraser and second by Morris that a rsfund on Old As;* Pension tax paid to Treasurer for years of 1934. 1*35 and 1»36 by Mrs. Alrln 8eJ«-eb«rUi b* rsfundsd. . Mjllon by Cos grove and second by Fraser that a refund be paid George Olawe for Old Age Pension Tax same being collected but not given credit. Ayes: all. Motion by MorrU and second by Eraser that the Resolution adopted ly the Town Council of LuVerne. lows, to remand to A. D. Burtls of LuVerne, Iowa. $22.70 whereas said property wan assessed erroneously In District No. 1 Instead of Agricultural lands. Resolution approved by Boards of Supervisors April C, 1937. Ayes: Motion by Morris ami second by :'o»grovt- Hint a soldiers exemptlor .f $Sf.'i.i»> In- allowed on SW',i Sec- lion 17-ion-::o. Ayox: all. tin motion Hoard proceeded to ilidlt and alluw hilU HM per "Sched- of Claims" h.-i .-Inafi.-r written CiiCNTV FI'ND W. W. Sullivan, P. M. post- air.. W. Sullivan. P. M., postage Henry C. Nelson, assessing, Wenlev t Wp W. H. Patterson, assessing Lincoln twp L A. Wlnkel. offle,. esp Casey Loss, mileage and expense •Vhlttemofe Champion, printing Messenger Printing Co, printing Koch Brothers, printing .. Arthur Hof, premium 01: Insurance Thomas Berg, mtg L. W. Ehrlch, mtg 1 3.00 5.00 3.00 128 00 40.67 14.83 40.42 61.19 58.91 H. O. Larson, mtg Win Pranke. mig Walter Vaudt. mtg H. V. Sehultz. intg Fred H. Kollasch, mtg C. C. Baits, mtg CONSTRUCTION FOND J. I. Merryman. bridge work I. I Merryinan. bridge work Standard Pllox I. V. Supply 12.54 4.00 4 00 4.00 4.00 4 00 4.00 4 00 4.00 94.50 158.85 sup- Elbert. KIII. ling MAINTENANCE H. F. Sehulu. labor ... II. W. Post, freigt.t Peter Movlck. patrol ...... Iowa Public Serv. Co. light serv ..................... Farmers Coop Sot-., supplies A. Peters. Supplies ........ I I. Merrymali. bridge work Globe Much. & Supply Co., lle.- ................. We.xl.-rii Road Mach. supplier ............. (Vntrul Auto Electric Co., upplfea ................. Sieg Fort Dodge Co.. plies Lone Rock Tele. Co, tele. 332.22 408.69 FUND .Not allowed 691 sup- 85.20 1.53 34.72 ri.80 260 SO 15 SI 2,90 63.82 S 33 40.79 DRAINAGE FUND Dr. No. S3— Farmers Klevator Co.. aun- pllta POO It FUND Helmonil Lumber Co.. fuel . Pi-ijpleu Coop. Co., prov. .. District No. 3— R L. Corbli:, med Kraud Htore. prov Faabemlers Stori.-, prov District No. 4 — Smiths Dept Store, prov... Wreile & Kruuae, prov Hood's Store. |>rov Farmera Elevator, fuel District No. G— Ijluintiter'n Store, prov Lola M. Brown, prov Mrs Ben Huahton, rent .... W. B. ConlnitM. funeral herv. RIOSOLVKD: That th... Auditor In authorized to I»BU« war- lunta for blllx allowed at this meet- Ing *» per Bchedulu of clahna he-rein before- written. 644 13.26 6.00 100 00 36.64 3.00 13.00 49^50 26.22 62 00 76.30 10.00 73.00 County Motion by Mori la an ,j ti'conit by 'osgrove that the followlrif (! on . Bt^ut Highway Petitions he placed oil tile. That a highway tig feet wide lietrllining at thu SVV corner of ISectl,,,, ]6-97-^7 l-rulr" T u wn- rtlilp and runnliib- North one mile u i' •eimliiall,:« ui the NK corner of xiiltl Section 1C, dated February 11. i y ,j 7. Thai a Mshway ,,,, w tx ( aK t wide he. liu-reaaeil ll) width tu 66 fu«t hfglnnlnK at the. SVV corner of NKU '. Kl-SC-29, IliL-nee rui.nln« me mile and terrnliiutljia at '9 A'•'• C '- r I NW ^ Section 11-96- Mtillon l.y Morris and second by Frasur that H. M Smith County l-.iigliiet.r, b,, eommlsHlo.ied to make Section 10.-SC-29, one April adjuur " e<1 K. S. KiNSKT, Courty Auditor. AT R. 3. Harrington J. D. txMfi HARRINGTON * LOWJS Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA 3. L. BONAR ATTORNET AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLJEH ATTORNEYS AT LAW , Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldff. Office Phone 42t ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C, HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HtTTCHISOlt ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 251 B. J. Van Ness G. W. StlllmftB VAN NESS ft STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Meise Building Phone 213 Algona, low* Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby Building Algona, Iowa Phone M L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office In Quinby Bldg. Phone 1M ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHI'lK ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa St>ate Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. SIS ALGOWA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. LInnan 5ULHVAN. M'MAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over PostoCfice Phone 68 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rist over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Rea. Phone SW ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYEEi, M. D. SURGEON A PHYSICIAN Office John Gtlbralth Bide, Phom 444-SU MKLVDt o. BOCRNB Phone*—Office 107 Rea. 1M OSTEOPATHS DR. & W. METER Oiteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- •urgical treatment of rectal dl«eases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 1ST DENTISTS DIt. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Christenaen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. L. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 188 Rea. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. & GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Poatofflce Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST • Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Reg. Phone 118 REAL ESTATE MVRTAQH ft SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phone 106 VETERINARIANS FOX ft VVINHEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. 3. Wtnkal Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packagt* (500 »beeU) which cell for 60c for 500 sheets TbU i» a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper, The Algooa Upper Des Moines Inquire at the Algona Upper Des Moines office for parjiuclars

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