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6-Algono (la.) Upper Dei Moinej Tuesday, May t, Fenfon Folks Return From Western Trips Ponton — Mr. and Mrs Raymond Stocbcr returned home Friday from a (wo month vnration They spent a month with Mr am Mrs. VV. E. Stoeher in Mesa, An/. In Downy, Calif, they worn guests of Stoebcr's nephew, William (Rill) Stoeber. They were guests of Sfoeber's sister Mrs ,1 W. Smith at North Highlands! f.alif. The Stoebers accompanied Mrs. Smith and her sons to San Francisco for a weekend of sightseeing, in Yakima, Washington they visited with Mrs. Stoeber's nephew and family the Robert Reeds and then went on to Seattle, where they spent five days at the World Fair. While on the trip they visited many former Fcnton friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Eimers returned home last week from a month vacation. Their first stop after leaving Fenton was to visit their daughter and family the Darrell Stusses in Sioux City In Scott City, Kansas, they visited relatives and Garden City, Kansas, they toured a 70 acre zoo that boasts having the largest swimming pool in the world which covers nearly an acre. They stopped in Amarillo, Texas and thci went on to Mesa, Ariz., where they called on the W. E. Stoebers and were Sunday dinner guests of the Lawrence Muellers at Scottsdale They went to several ball games including teams from Tucson anc Tempe. They were dinner guests of the A. E. Nelsons and Fret Browns. New 3 rd Grade Teacher Hired Frnlnn — Mrs. Rupert Cabal lero is to be third grade teacher at Fenlon next year, Sentral Supt D. G. Keoppel has announced She has had four years experience Her husband, who has been a Arlington, la., for the past six years, next year will be elemen tary principal at Ringsted. to Amos for a short visit with Dr. L. 0. Mott and family. Dr. Mott and Mrs. Carlson are a son and daughter of Mrs. Mott. The Dcpcw Lading Aid met Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Phillip Solbcrg and Mrs. Richard Naig. The topic on "Higher Education" was presented by Mrs. Bert Berkland and Mrs. Peter Nelson led the lesson. Mrs. S. R. Stralry, Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mrs. Fred Preul, Mrs. John Theesfield, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Hatic Weisbrod attended the Metho- list WSCS Guest day at Burt last week. Eastor Sunday dinner guests of /lr. and Mrs. James Meyer were Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Willmert and girls, Albert Lea, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt. Joining them for supper were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer and Juanita and Mrs. Max Flaig, Bruce and Jeff, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell Mrs. Harold Swanson of Swea City was matron of honor. Edward Quirrin of Storm Lake served as best man and Don De Sart, a cousin of the bride, was usher. A reception was given in the church basement for approximate ly 70 guests. Pamela Kauffman had charge of the guest book. Gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. Everett Klocko of Fairmont and Mrs. Roger Osborn of Fenton. Mrs. Larry Swenson of Radcliff poured punch and Mrs. Roger Osborn served as dining room hostess. Mrs. Scott De Sart, an aunt of the bride, presided at the coffee service. The five tiered wedding cake, which had been baked and decorated by Mrs. Russell Kauffman, was cut and served by Rosalind Bashara of Ledyard and Pearl Dahl of Swea City. The bride is a graduate of Scn- 'ca high school and has been a Dookkeeper at the Quaker Oats Company, Swea City, for a number of years. The groom was graduated from the Sulphur Springs high school and is employed by the Quaker Oats Com>any of Emmetsburg. Following a weeks wedding trip he couple will be at home in Emmetsburg. Kitchen hostesses in- Payroll, payroll .............. -4,173 SO ' , Milton Bllyeu. Inbor . Mei-vln Hcntges, labor -, m'Ta , ______ Wilbur Bruner, Inbor _______ IBIS'S ' Brian Rike, labor Iowa Slate Hank, tax Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. spc. tax Treasurer of Slate, sales tax Treasurer of Slate, use tax City of Algona, misc. .. .. WATER FUMO Iowa Pub. Fmp. Ret P s . I.P.B.H.S. i, Iowa Fmp. Sec. (....,-,im.. soc. soc. tax Payroll, payroll Waller Peterson, labor ... Maurice Krebsbach, labor John Wood, labor 350'$) 230 10 1 " inn. 05 1S8.B3 308.04 Heaktis Helmers, labor George Welg. Inbor Bank, w Iowa Slate Bank, withholding"~ tax _.f. Soe. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tax "I Treasurer of State, sales tax . North Con. Pub. Ser. Co., gas _ City of Algona, misc Slate Hyg. Lab., serv. -— . 190.06 ---- 121.70 112.52 83.38 79.84 Norton Machine Works, Be« pairs ... ...... --------------- N.W. Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service ________ ...... _ Fott Dodge Machine & Supply Co., Supplies ..... ........ Beed Hardware. Supplies ____ Crnlg Thllges, Labor ........ .. Swancy Equipment Co.. Equipment -------- ----- ..... . ...... The Sioux City Iron Co., Steel Bars ....... .. ........... _____ Central Iowa Telephone Co., Telephone Service ......... _ Iowa Electric Ueht & Power Co., Electric Service ________ Harold E. Blanchard, Labor . Tltonka Telephone Co., Telephone Service ---- ......... __ COUNTY FUND 82.20 C2.2G 547.11 77.J10 S4.52 204.6!) 39.05 47.85 8.0 20.00 38.05 25 M State llyg. Lab..' serv ..... ~.~~ T. James Palmer, Exp. . DEPOSIT FUND L. T. Morrison et al, refund „ SOCIAL SECURITY FUND Iowa Pub. Emp. Ret. Sys., l.P.E.R.S. tax ____ ..... .. ..... 90830 Iowa Emp. Soc. Comm., soc. sec. tax ......... _____________ 81893 Next meeting date set for May 1 1902. at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl Socrctnrv /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board Board Proceedings •»*»+»+»»»«»«»».».». . . eluded Mrs. Cassie Klocko Mr; "rf 1 BOARD PROCEEDINGS Special January " i, , 962 u, .p . Henry Looft and Mrs ?£ re , Jen 5 M - Sorensen, Chairman, and Herman Gabel. Has Heart Attack — ..«. .wu m.*Tvi t wiitti ica riatnc. Hode and A. M. Kollasch. Absent on Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel that N.W. Bell Telephone Co. be granted permission u bury 'elephone lines in Greenwood T u n reenwoo Lawrence Hantelman suffered a S ev rr Twrli L Iv? ard ii? n i Burt ,? nd Ham: at his farm Mr and Mrs. Chester Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tiemen and . . » Teresa were Easter Sunday dinner . nd ]t ls re P° r ' it-iesd wt-ie ii,di,itr ounaay ainner res [j ne romfnrfnhlv uests Of Mr. and r 8 lOmiortaDly. guests Of Mr. and Mrs. \if if« Wolfe. — is a patient at|5 e P° rt , jiswiT of" the" soldier' , Holy Family hospital at Esther- SSyiT None. MotioTcarrted^ 65 ' A ' ville and it is reported that he was ^ Io i ic i, n ^ y Charles Newel' and sec -,rv,f«^» n i,i.. I ° nded I by A. M. KoUasch that Bond o Max O Keefe, member of Soldier Re £»£ m v±"' .5 e ., approv « 1 -. A y« 124.01 9.I50 14.27 2H.OO 0.05 91 59 300.00 1,514.24 164.26 40.80 100.00 7,075.12 2,291.27 181.EO 2502 133.42 20.00 3.13 56.07 24.91 6.00 15.00 Judy Berkland, Cedar Falls- spent the Easter weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berklanri. Easter Sunday dinner guests of the Lloyd Berklands were Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Berk- I land and family and Mr. and Mrs. / Carl Berkland and family. I Easter Sunday picnic" supper I guests at the George Murphy.s | Margie Thompson, were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler, Seneca Girl Weds Storm lake Man . _ . ^. u u w*iU*UJVOdl| and family, their daughter, Mari-, „,„,. lyn and two college friends from June 1 Iowa State University, also Mrs. JtViab Edna Johannesen and Larry and Mo "on Kathryn Johannesen of St. Paul ond'ed'bv were Sunday dinner guests of Tilda Johannesen, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dokken and children of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs. Bruce Hill and family of Newell, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jacobs and son of Armstrong were the workmen's comp Ayes: A11 ' Nays: Non? Plathe and sec --•--— -*j "•- »"• ixuiiusch that contrac °f Cowan & Cowan, Waterloo, for par of bridge lumber be approved. Ayes i ™, a y s i None. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded onn Rode that contract for metal ; rts to Wheeling Corrugating C Moines, be approved. Ayes: / Mrs. Relta Eigler, Judy Eigler and Camella McCoullough, Garner. Easter Sunday dinner Ruests of M,-s. Florence Saxton were Mrs. Mary C. Hansen, Mrs. Minnie Mott, Chaclron, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Saxton and family, Grover. The Harold Saxton family were afternoon callers. Late that afternoon the Don Carlson i uu>.uuo uuu auu ui /Armstrong were Seneca. — The marriage of I -Easter weekend guests of the Olaf '"""•'•3 Thompson, daughter of I Oftedahls. Henrietta Thompson and/ Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tennyson aeco ch , arle , s p J? the °° at ~ntract ys. r carried. George E. Miller, son of Mr. and . 0) H11I11J Mrs. Frank Miller, Storm Lake, spent several days with the Les-l" 41 * 81 None - Motion" carried was solemnized Saturday evening, ter Osborns. Larry Osborn whn Weed 6 a EP°' ntme ,nt O f Kossuth county April 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Seneca! attends the Universal TradeScnS*?^ Comm ' ssl °™" '« ^ ™* • Newel that concrete Humboldt Concrete iS'r.rT"' »?".. approved - A y«: All. None. Motion carried. North Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas . Post Office, Postage Paul M. Loomis, Examiner's Fees Algona Mun. Util., Utilities . 1Q7 1 Algona Mun. Util., Utilities _ --• Post Office, Postage Payroll Fund, County Payroll _ Payroll Fund, County Payroll . Ralph W. Lindhorst, Board & Lodge of Prisoners Donald M. Wood, Mileage .. Ralph W. Lindhorst, Meals, Mileage _ Dau's Garage, Radio Installed . N. W. Bell Tel. Co., Tel. Serv. Joyce Hayden, Mileage Lenna's Quality Printing, Supplies Culligan Soft Water, Soft Water Kevin C. Nash, DOS., Dental Serv Hoods, Supplies ,.,„ Hamilton Funeral Home, Transportation 35.00 Lloyd H. Bartlett, Meeting .. -1.00 Donald Ringsdorf, Meeting __ 4.00 W. J. Stewart, Meeting 4.00 Glenn Larscn, Meeting 4.00 Morth Central Pub. Serv., Gas 37?.47 Norton Machine Works, Repairs 3.45 Spencer Grocer Co., Supplies _ 63 96 N. W. Bell Tel., Tel. Serv. ... 351.55 .GA Inc., Radio Service . 2000 Matt Parrotr & Sons Co, Supplies 155.62 idlar & Chambers Co., Supplies 30.68 BM, Supplies 7.92 National Press Inc., Supplies _ 15.97 Klipto Printing Co., Supplies -_ 61.37 urroughs Corp., Supplies .. 39.25 urrough's. Machine _ 131.67 riden Inc., Maint. Agreement 52.00 eady Mix, Supplies 22.24 Donald Mitchel 1 , Labor & Repairs 32.00 J. Arnie Ricklefs, Insurance 11439 rs. Schultz & Schultz, Tests 30.00 Schuftor & Koob, Medical 1250 . M. Kollasch, Meeting 2.00 ancroft Register, Proceedings 127.86 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Supplies _ 1050 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Notices 7640 Bancroft Pegister, Proceedings 257 68 Advance Pub. Co., Supplies _ 8 45 Advance Pub. Co., Proceedings 385 54 Upper Des Moines, Proceedings 309 14 Rusk Drug, Supplies ... 257 Gordon L. Winkel, Expenses _ 173 28 Kossuth Co. Treas., Bounties 129.76 POOR FUND Payroll Fund, Poor Payroll ._ 1005.CO Mrs. Mildred Gaskill, Rent __ 40.00 Harvey Rath, Rent 3500 R. F. Donovan, Rent 35,00 Mrs. Ole Moe, Rent .. 6000 Milo Durant, Rent 45.00 Marguerite Hayes, Rent 2000 j. R. Cook, Rent .. 2500 Hamilton Funeral Home, Transportation 17.50 Mrs. John Kadow, Transportation ^erl Ferguson, Transportation Varies Schrader, Fuel -lor. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas ergle's Super Serv., Gas Igona Mun. Util., Utilities _ . Ann Hosp., Medical University Hosp., Medical Rusk Drug, Medical M. f i, ft. Hakes, Supplies . M. 8, J. R. Hakes, Supplies .. Council Oak, Food Algona Locker Plant," B~u~'chor-" ing ------Finn's Bakery, Food ------J. C. Penney Co., Clothing"." S & L, Clothing Standard Oil, Fuel _ _" Dr Shey & Gotten, "Vet "foes"" Hobarlon Co-op. Elevator Feed 1 - Cameron C. Shlerk. mayor J09.28 19.20 42.16 51.70 80.75 9.39 4.42 439.46 89..10 121.67 . 1.-19R.78 . 12.00 Ra I p h W~." LVnd norst; "nitTrjoeo""" LeoJ. Cassol. court fees "" ni-,.ni D '',y laso ". Brand juror""" B,,Vi D WnRnor ' Brand Juror «,,11, Dattorsnn. grand Juror -..,.,, Jiilnn. grand juror Myrtle Usher, grand Jurof"""" F od Poeger, grand juror " c "<"! O'Green. grand juror"" Ph Ip Dnocy, grand juror Heiko Brims, grand juror "" Harold J. Jowan, grand iurnr"" Marvin Calhoun. grandI Juror " Florence Wolf, petit Jurof " D. P. Smith, petit juror """' Helen Pletch, pptlt juror" " Irene McNeil, petit juror II"" ? V L i ch tV I- ' P ptlt Juror . John R. Harms, petit Juror"""" Mrs. Roy Hansen. petit juror DonaldI Erlekson, petit Juror " Kenneth Roethler, petit juror"" Bernard Pettit, petit juror " P- L - McArthur, petit Juror John Klley, petit juror Dunne Habegc-r, petit juror""""" Mrs. Emma Hagg, petit juror Wm -°- Drcycr, petit juror " Donald Clark, petit juVor (,?"! w i, ukcn a. petit juror" "" Maxine Mcrryman. petit juror I Edward Kennedy, petit juror 5, h ' u , rlbl "-t. petit juror . "" Mrs Walter Heorclt. petit jurof Dons Davis, petit juror ._...._. Edward Miller, pe'tit "uror Mrs. Leonn Johnson, petit juror Vivian Gilbert, petit juror Wm. J. Hauptley. petit juror Alex permand, petit juror Carl Pijahn. petit Juror Merle Lockwood. petit Juror'II Wm. Hammond, petit juror""" Loyal Gingrich, petit juror Bill nernhard. petit juror Charles fijustrom. petit juror Ruth Bay. petit juror " Arnold Becker, petit Juror'"'"" Geo H. Bollinger. petit juror"" Dora Brandt, petit luror INSTITUTE FUND" Gladys Jenkins, fees T. B. FUND" Melvin Alt, Indemnity JJi D J. Shry. Inspection' Dr J A Sanftner. inspection Dr. D J Shey. inspection Or A J Cotton. Inspection BANGS FUND Ur D J. Shev. inspection Dr. T .1 Lr-nsing. inspection SOLDIER'S RELIEF FUND 12.7B 4.80 fiO.OO 8,'JG 7.84 7.84 8.12 8.40 8.!)0 SI.03 8.12 8.12 7.07 7.4!) 13.20 10.30 15.30 5.1)0 20.40 30.00 21.GO 11.80 1G.80 in.eo 17.70 211.20 18.GO 20.40 19.50 0.10 18.00 20.40 20.40 33.00 22.00 10.80 24.00 17.70 30.00 15.30 20.10 15.30 HI .20 21.00 7.20 11.80 15.30 25.50 2800 21.00 Sfl.GO 89.00 25.00 317.00 10.00 10.00 2.00 G.OO Lutheran church. Rev. Stanley Hanson performed the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. John Johannesen, who also accompanied the soloist Gaylord «• W ho sang. The bride was in marriage by her uncle, for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen — ..« u . vl ^, iuuciacn were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter, the Emil Bleckwens, Fenton. Easter dinner guests of the flenry Loofts included Mrs. Berha Pommer of Algona and Miss Virginia Hoppee of Truman, Minn. Ellen Lynch was hostess to the Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H club meeting recently. Kathy Bin- zm talked on how to use plants effectively in a room and Susan Lynch told of ways to improve old furniture. A demonstration was given by Nadine McCliesh and Ellen Lynch showed how to make an attractive waste paper basket. Pat Binzin talked on keeping a personal expense account book. Guest mothers were Mrs Wayne Ly.nch and Mrs. Wilhard Thompson. Ellen Lynch reported the club news Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl were c r0 u ts , tor , to Kossuth c ^Pter of School Custodians last Saturday Present were the Roger Longs' Lone Rock; the John^aaS; Gilmore City; Fred Goodchild of Mallard and the Clifford Abbases and Howard Batts, Burt , Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg Jerry, Raymond and Lois were Easter Sunday dinner guests at o Lots in S. John Rode that taxes be sus- i Gertrude Saatoff property N 125 ft. Lot 3 In Plat of .. 6A ;.!:* N -. 75 "• P.f Lot 30. and f ' "' listed Imm "^ a "° d ' ? IOAD M ,H North Central Public Service. Gas ---------------- 1704Q Elmer Dole Co.. Proj. 329 (Vl"." 7,58052 Elmer Dole Co.. Pro). 9 & 4 .. 13,6934 Interstate Power Co., Electric Service _ ..... Interstate Power Co., ElVcTrlc Service _ A Utilities Municlpa "'' " . e 1704Q " 25 .OC Wm. A. knoli,"RTgh{.o/."way e . an ^^^jf'ents.'Rfgnt-of-Way'I C J? B **J, I >. Right-of-V^ay" e-. Rike, Right-of- Wav 1 Long, DI..U. .» ... •? Cll Way M ' Kohln5as ' Right'-of". jf»£S»f^ S^ G 3i&M^sf>" nn.o 21BIK 144.0 80. W 146.0C 146.00 44.00 144.00 68 (X 72.00 7000 72.0C the Ernest mont. at Fair ' Mr. and Mrs. Larry Swenson and children of Radcliff w ere re " cent guests of the Russell Kauff- mans The Um.ed States Testing Co. has proved what users have always claimed. You wake up more refreshed because you sleep more soundly on Beautyrest than on other mattresses. The independent coil construction .5 the secret of Beautyrest relaxing comfort. Order this world famous Simmons mattress today I Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mrs Martin Wilberg attended a mis cellaneous shower at K, e Nazareth Lutheran church, Armstrong, hon onng Marilyn Larsen Daniels Mrs. Henry Wilberg had charge oi the program. e Luis Wilberg, student at St Olaf College, Northfield Minn ' .spent the Easter vacation w"h her parents, the Martin Wilbergs .Judy Bratrud, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Melvin Bratrud, is a graduate of the licensed practical nurses training at Bethesda hos P«al m Minneapolis. She began working at the Fairmont Com mumty hospital May i. Municipal Utilities X er i la ,. B " ra " nd " t '"R'*""« V o"f-"Wa"y"" Carl Mayland, Rlght-of-Wav " DVries, Rllht-of-wly-- ' »" ~; ,""-°^"<BI Right-of-way fva n n°^ ^2 ndt ' fW'-of-Way i /J. Konln aas, Right-of-Way vi ny VVaechter, Rlght-of- Bernice VuireV," Right-of-"way"" Dorothy Buffington and Mary Budlong, Right-of-Way Mary I. Budlong, Right-of-Wav »ry I. Budlong ril - L - • ••• ' —iry I. Budlong Arthur E Rike M. I. | Floyd Way .. Win. Brandt..R'gl'l-of-Way"" AC Mi|| r e rr , ' -te , r - Right-of-way Hedlund . Right- 0 f. ( -way vt rr V- V ' ** 1 K" lM ^i- w ay M -I' Jl c ^ ulre ' R'ghl-of-Wa M Proj. 70 ill Bell's Saw Shop, Rep Tank""' 6 " Plu '" bl Standard Oil, . ucl standard Oil, r\iel Co., Fl Way Inai: Repuirs ing. Fuel Tufted or Smooth Tuftless 79 50 FREE VAN DELIVERY BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE TERMS ESTABLISHED 1925 ALGONA e utilities was jAprU Sinclair Ref co . Iowa Emp Sec Comm.. socV^c. let. Sys.. W W Sullivan P 61, postage"II t 80.03 . 882.64 640.13 , W " 1 Bend -"E>ectnc "' Hafts'." ' Srvice T l '-"*. at The Thomas Co.. Fuel f" rl Dodge Co., Parts ,Y, X Sunray Oil Co. Fuel J;? 1 , l owa Telephone lelephone Service Herb Isebrand. Fuel IHonka Telephone Co phone Service R ,, Hughes Tractor & Equipment Co inc.. Parts ..... 2 B8 1 arncnlwr *, c,,« n^_.._"~ •• . 84.00 42.00 70.00 62.00 74.00 84.00 88.00 84.00 144.00 82.00 122.00 128.00 196.00 206.00 70.00 6800 72.00 72.00 14-1.00 144.00 82.00 78.00 84.00 128 UO 144.00 4.093.45 550 50.00 12.05 6823 1.3. 11038 132.00 320.05 124 14 2.00 116.32 Colston Pharmacy, Medical Dr. Schutter & Koob, Medical M. G. Bourne, M. D., Medical Welp Drug Store, Medical Joseph M. Rooney, M. D., Medical Drs. C. V. i H. A. Lindholm, Medical Holy Family Hosp., Medical Dan L. Bray, M. D., Medical Richard C. Tnpp, M. D., Medical Honsbruch Drug, Medical Thuenfe Pharmacy, Medical T. J. Egan M. D., Medical _ Hancock Memorial Hosp., Medical L'J Verne Pharmacy, Medical St. Jos. Mercy Hosp , Medical Paulson Drugs, Medical Mallory Drug Store, Medical Rexall Drugs, Medical . John N. Kenefick, M. D., Medical _.. Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical - _ Dr. E. H. Barg, Medical Hood's Super Valu, Food Bill's Mkt., Food Vogel's Grocery, Food Cowing Food Mart, Food Council Oak. Food - ._ Johnny's Mkt., Food Hood's Cash Store, Food .. Larson Clo. Co, Clothing Standard Oil, Fuel Standard Oil, Fuel D-X Sunray, Fuel Farm Serv. Co , Fuel Otage Medical Group Medical Sarah Harbour, Care & Keep Home of Good Shepherd. Cjrc & Keep Viking O.I Co , Fuel Alg. Good Sam Home Care 4 Keep Boys t Girls Home Care & " Keep Irving Diamond Enrerpr.ves Boots . Delta H Fjlvc-v. Care 4. Keep State ot Iowa, Dependent Cn.l- dren itate of Iowa, Bi.no ".'I State of Iowa, Emergency Relief .fate of Iowa, Disabled talph Walker, Jr , Bull ra Dutton, Shelling Corn I Algona Locker Plar.t, Rent Culhgan, Soft Water N. W. Bell Tel . Tel Serv. "II Honsbruch Druos, Medical om's Radio & T V ftep^rs"' rme Williams, Part, . _ _~ J Ricklefs, Insurance redenck hdwe , SuppNei _".'_ rville Duncan, Subscription Jnited Chemical Co Mitee. incent Esser, Haircuts 2000 10.00 7.50 107.25 89. 46.56 1862 36 156.85 131 76 15.65 227.25 30 00 19.90 213.75 5000 245 60 16.75 13.75 53.06 208.90 47.00 150.0 23 4 161 3 21 2 18 7> 25.6i 23 51 37.1: 3501 126.5' 34.OL 70.00 3500 80.00 5.00 20.00 39.88 51.82 20 27 76.31 16 40 70.00 15 00 1 12.00 51 VO 29.00 8600 3 99 I 1026 1426 2° 231.15 120.44 74.62 1 £.0.00 10.00 12.00 24 50 29.07 176.50 I 6 SO .69 16 96 37 72 2 20 3.25 13.75 35.28 28.05 1(1.80 130.00 5.Bo 37.00 li' •11.00 13LB5 l(i.!IO 25.00 15.H3 2255 23.22 H8.50 217.B5 7.50 7.50 1000 18.00 15.00 141.21 25.00 I 51.25 12.50 14.00 311.33 6.70 37.89 61.92 110 44 14D..I4 1 an !l3 12683 Cities Si.-rv Oil Ci> . fui-l Hiin.sbrurh DniR. mcdic.il Kossuth Oil Co . fiit-1 Council Oiik Stores, food Rusk Drutf. modic.il Bill's .lark Sprat, mc'dicnl •John M. Si-huttcr. mi-ilical H. M Turner. mr'duMl Holy F.-nniK Hospital, medical Bancroft Oil Co . fuel Mr E Br-hnkentlrjif. rpllt Iowa Pub Serv Co.. fuel Thuente Pharmacy, medical" 13us Depot, transportation J. M Rooney. M.D.. medical al. Ann Hosp.. medii'.il STATE INSTITUTION FUND Mental Health Institute, care and keep Mental Health Institute," care and keep i ia\ on Jos. M. RooneV. M'.b.'.'oxam"" phys. Leo J. Cassel. attnrnev J. D. Lr>^e. attorney ' Ralph \V. Lindhorst. mile.ir'e DRAINAGE FUND Slivimway. Kelly & Fri.Medt. Krusc Engineering Co.. dr 7!) " Shumway. Kelly & Fri.sti-dt Dr B3 Wm. P. Cidrlings. dr. 83 Shumway. Kelly & Fristedt! " Dr 90 ,y' m .- P- Giddings. dr. 133 .1 Krtlse Engineering Co, dr. 185 Curtis Peterson, dr. W. K 3-11 Curtis Peterson, dr. VV K 08-130 PAYROLL FUND R. H. \visnom. Jr. court reporter Heiko Clapp. co home Alice L. Clapp. t-o home Miirl Jorpenson. co home Kulda Toigenson. CD. home Dr. R. F. Sn>der. mpcllc.il examiner Dr. R. F Snyder. medical examiner Joan Mueller, assists the sheriff n C 'l? S' pilrl '" tl - <-'"Url reporter R. K Beck, probation officer L C. Rovn. probnlion deputy Claire A. Rult/. court reporter Raymond H. Wlsnom, Jr court reporter Fern V. Miller, cou.'t reporter Charles Plathe, mcvtings and mileage . , Charles H. Newel, meetings and mileage John H. Rode, meetings and mileage Jens M. Soiensen. meeting and mileage A M. Kollasch, meeting and mileage •1. M. Smith, engineer John Fraser, assist, engineer la/.el Anliker. clerk J. W. Burnett, labor 'lifford Illanchard. labor :. Blanchard. labor J. M Downs, labor Alvin F^wing, lal>or ^arl Johns, labor . _ Anton K.-irrloes. labor toelf E. Miller, labor lalph Mnrkln. labor Jrban Nellroth. labor iiirence Newbrough. labor uhn Schueler, Jr.. labor ames Walker, labor Jrville Wellund. labor Icniy Zwcil'i-1. labor erdlnanrl Mi-yer. labor layrnund naade. labor . 'ublu L. Crouch, labor 'hllortl HolniL-s. labor lale Hehners. 1,-ihor mold Ilain/ingcr. labor larenee Heniges. labor on Ham/my,-i, labor urge W Ko< kler. labor J Kollasch. labor 38.15 12-1.20 51.00 11824 fM.fil 62.50 61.72 57.12 367.05 •116.63 471.95 330.88 . 434.6(1 6 IS.02 463.60 2011.01 265.13 261.21 2«!M7 281.87 25 I 43 32 I 53 27 I 7 I 2!I2.((!! 2'M.tm 2IIII 12 1-1352 275 (II ...'J2lJ.il 305 117 2113 07 26527 27d.fi I 2!I6 15 2!ll 113 Zilll.74 2011 »:; 2111 65 323.18 .'121 17 30221 Co., Co., Carpenter &^So"n, Parts". p! mpson Distributing Central " Iowa 'Telephone" Telephone Service 9«enberg Auto Supply." Pa'rts Arnold Motor Supply; Parts blandard Oil Co.; Fuel "" Kossuth Motor Co.. Parts pJira" Perclval Motors! Re- 7/i cl °o 5V,P p iy CoV Vaives" '. \ , . C0 p°lle» ^ elder » Supply"." "Sup: 27^6 lt/U.28 25.96 2,010.89 37.74 7 50 47 00 5.00 6.80 64.23 69.50 20.60 28.60 loW^MwhuTtryi J *' "pUblT.hta>"co""sup: * 7 ' 21 _, _ Body Shopt Pflrts soo RJ on,Tools, Paris .... '" yiV Ley Motor Co.._P«rts III ^M Snap- V. E. For a glorious week-end in Minneapolis m, break fait IB Iht MaryUnd'i f»b Orl»«ni room. fr»« TV a ARCONDmONU 100 «OOM» WO »PA«KUt« nu MTHJ Ben Mct^ger, tabor 2P2.S8 Herhert. C. Nellls, labnr .... ... 287.fi3 Edward liicke. lahnr anil M Oeorije C. Sliuler, labor ar,5 27 Letn StfKfuvell. I;ihiM Jnni.-s Sclnilt/. lahm Charles Thompson, labor Cyril Wagner, labor Erich Willrelt. Inbor George Wcrinpa. labor C. K. 7..-1URK. labor On motion atljourinnent \va until March 211. Hlfi2. Man 1 Moore. Koss. County Auclittnr Jt ns M. Sorensen. Chairman, Hoard of SujK'ryisors. BOARD PROCEEDINGS SEVENTH DAY MARCH 23, 1962 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Hoard of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Jens Sorensen. C'hairman, and Chnrlrs Newel, Clinrlps Ptntlir, A. M, Kollasch. John Undo. Absent : none, Mot inn liv John Rode and si condctl In Ch.iili"; f'lathe 111."' requests ol Iho N W I!' H 1'el. Co. lo consltiicl under' N W l«rn\llid cnnipiin l,n me shown Sec C-ilfl '2". . . allies be KKllilr'd with IhC a-snmin/! all i cs|miisinillty i.iilow'iiii! fleseiibed land as i their plat See. i:!-!). r i-2!l ant " to Hie St. lie llw.v. and i 2!). Ayes all Nnvs: none Million i-.irncrl. Motion b\ John Rode and seconded by A M Kollaseh that Folkert Sleeker lie appoiniid Weed Commissioner for Kossnlh Countv for veal H«i'J Ayes: all " - none Mnt ion carried. motion ,til inurnment was taken Apnl '2 1%2. Moore, C'onnty Auditor Jens M. Snrensen, Chnlrmnn Board of Supervisors. Eugene Hood, Algona Albert J. Bormann, Algona Petor C. Reding, Bode Lawrence Besch, Whiftemore Archie Elbert, Algona Raymond Ofis, Wesley Frank Droessler, Bancroft Homer Matthiesen, Fentof Eliminate weeds and increase soybean profits with Alanap killer of them all . Extensiy nor for 6 to P p ine pro fi, choking L »g giant foxtail, before they emerjl s!vh increases of 3 to 4 bu.hel, '„£ * Mt one application of ALANAI , for up to 8 weeks. * good grab * 8 ' in «P«« yield Wced C( """'' NAUGATUCK CHEMICAL DIV,S, ON United State* Rubber

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