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2—Algorw (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, September 18, 1962 First Meeting, Corwifh-Wesley PTAIsHeld \Vrslcy — The firsf meeting of Ihc Corwith - Wesley parents- teachers was held Sept. 12 in tlio Corwith building with 150 prescn! Newly-elected officer^ were in charge: George Delmeriitj'. chairman: Al Disclier, vice president Kalhryn Devine, scc'y, ,aml Jean Wagner, treasurer. ' ; The secretary read a letter from Gold Leaf Association of Iowa and the certificate issued by them for having attained the goal in membership. The purchase of dishes was discussed and a committee was authorized to buy the required number. Supt. Wolter introduced thirty one teachers. Phil Hungcl, program chairman, introduced Rev. James Wente. who showed slides of a recent trip through seven Mediterranean countries. Coffee and cookies were served at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be Nov. 14 in the Wesley building. Attending Garrigan Wesley students who are a! lending Garrigan high school at Algona include: seniors, Martin and Maurice Becker, Bonnie Bleich, Bill Cruise, Sally Dornbier, Janice Elsbecker, Mary Mil bcrt, Wilma Hrubes, Kathy Hugh es, Donna Lickteig, Jeanne Nelson, Patty Ricke, Steve Studer and Mike Weig. Juniors, Victoria Arndorfer Joyce Becker, Sylvia Downs. Rita Eisenbacher, Elaine Goetz, Mary Goetz, Norma Goetz. Paul Goetz. Karen Haverly, Tom Hughes. Julie Kunz, Mike Lickteig, Cecelia Pfeffcr, Donna Plathe, Tom Reiling, Dick Reising, Connie Richter, Gerald Studer. Mike Studer, Dennis Youngwirth, and Larry Voungwirth. Sophomores, Dianne Becker Jane Becker, Louis Bleich, Jane Eisenbacher, Dennis Flaherty. Mike Froehlich, Cathy Liekteig. Connie Lickteig, Mike Neuroth. 1'om Otis, Marilyn Reiling, Marlone Reusing, Georgine Richter. Janice Ricke, Joan Hicke, Julie Hicke, Bill Ricke and David Studer. Freshmen, Richard and Robert Bleich, Mary Jo Becker, Francis .Hildman, Don PotfJioff, Betty Plalhe, Rose Ann Ricke, Linda Reiling, Bonnie Reising, Mike Olson, Raymond Stevens and Margaret Studer. Surprise I'arly Mr and Mrs Frank Ki>\ were pleasantly surprised Sept. lii when a group of neighbors came in to .spend the evening in observance of their 2ilh wedding annivcrsun. Minn, recently as a guest of the Standard Oil Co. Mr and Mrs Orville Weiland and Mr and Mrs Charles Widen and their families took dinner and surprised their mother, Mrs John Weiland of Whittemore on her birthday Sept. !). Rev. H. U. Smith attended n district missionary meeting and dinner Wednesday evening at Forest City. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and her mother. Mrs George Eg- gleslon and Mr and Mrs Ceci! Glawe were callers in Des Moines Sept. 11. Northside Neighbors met Sept. 15 with Angeline Foertsch to help her celebrate a birthday. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard spent Sept. !) in Fort Dodge with his uncle, Andrew Nygaard, and family. Mr and Mrs Charles Price spent Sept. 10-11 in Cedar Falls with their daughter. Mrs Valgene Hansen, and family. Methodist circles will meet Sept 1!) with Kathryn Hauptly. Pearline Johnson and Esther Schroeder. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner. James and Debbie of Minneapolis, former Wesleyans, were weekend guests of her sister, Mrs Al Dis- clier and family. They provided a part of the special music for the Harvest Home Festival in the Evangelical Free church Sept. 16. Mrs Carl Arnold of Lake Park and son Stanley Hansen, Chicago, visited the Paul Engens and other relatives and friends here Sept. Dr. .jongewaarcl spent Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moines where he attended the annual meeting of the American Academy of General Practicioners. INJURED Herman Meyer of New Hampton recently suffered an eye injury while working on a window in an apartment. In some manner, a spring let loose striking him in the eye. A piece of the spring or other material was imbedded in the eye. Kctiirn I'rtim Trip llev. and Mrs H. I'. Smith .spent Sept. 13 - 1.1 with relatives in southern Iowa; their daughter Klame at St. Luke's hospital in Cedar Rapids; another daughter. Mrs Hurry Bond and family of V'W Sharon; his (\u> brothers. I Inward and Wilfred Smith and her sister, Mrs Trenton (Jladfelter and their families of Moroviu. On Saturday Mrs Smith attended the :'..1lh anniversary of her high school class at Moraviu. Church <>l>s<T\uiici' Methodists will observe the itoth animersar, of the founding of tin Icii'ul church Sunday. Sept. 2!i Muming services \\ill be in charge ol district supt and afternoon i-pcuker will be the Rc\. Albert A. lluwi' ul Independence, a foimcr paMur. A put luck dinner will be .served at noun. Board Proceedings BOARD PROCEEDINGS MN'ETLENTH DAY AUGUST 1, 1962 Regular June Session The Bunrci of Supervisors met pursuant U, .idtournment. Those present WCM-C John Rodu. A. M. Kollasch, Cluiilcs Pkithc jiiicl Charles Newel. Absenl Sorensen .Motion bv John Hode and seconded by Charles Plathe that A. M. Koll;is( 'i be appointed temporary Chairman A\ei- all Nays none. Motion ^anird Abst-m. Sorensen Motion by C'hailes FMatlie and see- onded b> Ch.nle!, Newel that Club 1G!> be issued a cigarette permit lor IS62. Ayes: all Nays, none. Motion carried. Absent: Sorensen. Motion by Charles Ne\vel and seconded by Charles Plathe that Vaughn HIMMC lie appointed as clerk ill the Auditor's olfice & Drainage Office. A>es all Nays. none. Motion earned Absent Sorensen Motion bv John Rode and seconded >• (.''I. nlen Newel that the Stale Tax 1 •OIMMI he ii-tundcd S!l n lur Soldier Kxrmp'ion lur lltil A\e.- all Na\s "ii. .Motion f.niK'Ci. Absent Suicn- Mo'.oi h-. Cnailei- Newel and scc- "i.ili il nv .John Korli- Hi, it Ko.-,Mlth 1 " W"' ' I.IMI to Adela MeM-i .1 tiael in See &-!K; :ill lormeih a Riavel pit A'. , - .ill N'.r - none Motion ( .11 i led Ali-cnl Si.ieii.-en n w.i- mot hmcd tliat p.nmeiit ol 'l.nni: alloui-d .it this meeting of the "i- 'Mil I'l'l-on.- hsled imilieiil.llel y !ol!' iv. ir.y he ratified, allowed and eon. . i..i a SECONDARY HOAD -\"-' <•• rviulpnu-i.t Co . Sup- phi s stall'l.,ld Oil I 'o Fuel Sn.i..i-\ Ko,,npim 1,1 Co . I'.nl- Doilu, i, linln.-llies. ll:i- I 1 . o 1 : Ton n ol Titoi.k.i Klei Si i \ N M. I!i-ll Tel Seiv I), leu. ml 'lool Co Tool Ai I.', hi M.,hli >,uppl\, I'.,: I- fii.ielln.Uei Bio, k Ac Till C 'I .!,• i. o sup phi - ll'.ilnlioldl Coii, lete I'lod Tin- annual clnckt-n MIPIHT ui!: lie si-iAi/d in tin- Mtihuili-,1 rhurrh parliir.s bi-pt. -'7. All aiv V.I-ICIIIIH- MM (li'orgf VlUtlmm anil .Jan ire \isited tlii-ir daughter and MS- U r. Mi-, K. \. Kdioplas.lo.1, ami laiuih in Mason Lil> Thursday Mr ami Mrs Hill LoebifJ and Mnii ^penl a it'ceiil weekend with their MIII Liain Lut/big, uife and KOJ >. 'Ine I'a.il uuler uall nf lln Kuol buildm,. 1 is being n-|juire>l The |iu.sl(ilfii i- L'i|i.ii|iini'iil ami |>r'|ierl> will be imi\eii In.in UK.- lAi.idmg ti the LIMA' builill.iu "ii Hie -juiilli M .It 1 ul main ail eel -jiiuii l.uTetl Ai keiMiii alli-n led l.miU.n Suit \\ali-i M liuoi ,H \\ „ ti'lluii 'l'lifailii\ aim \\rtllK-Mlas ui KiM ueek lli> lalniT aci uiu ii'U linn hi V\ alerluu anil \ i.- Mr and Mrs Ted Arnn.ii oi Uluc F.arlh spent the weekend u> the \\ilfied Locbig home. Julia May \\ubbcn. daughter u; Mrs Edna Wubben. was recenth hiil 1 'tied into the honorary Kduca lion Society Kappa Delia at :\e bia.ika Stale College. Kearney iXclj , bcpl. 7. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton, and Me and Mrs George (iueU at tunded ii ball game at Minneapoli Sepl IU. Mrs Helen Johnson stay cd with the JisjiulUij) children. ; Bill Lot'bijj eujuyed a four-dav fishing uutiuy at Leedi Lai.c , Tel. Standard Oil, Fuel Central Iowa Tel. Co., Scrv. Everds Bros. Inc., Final Proj. 178 (21, 530 13) & 1139 (4) „ Everds Bros. Inc., Final Proj. 2170 (2), 1179 (2) &: 511 (2) .. Northern Lumber Co., Supplies Ken's 66 Oil Co., Fuel Fullerton Lumber Co., Supplies Broun Supply Co., Tools & Supplies •_ Frederick Hdw., Supplies Carroll Garage, Parts Universal Manufacturing Co.. Parts James Merryman, Labor, Management, Equipment -_ Norton Machine Works, Parts Algona Mach. Shop, Repairs _ Council Oak. Supplies Town of West Bend. Elec. Scrv Pcrcival Motors, Parts & Repairs - _ . Johnston Automotive, Parts _ K & H. Oil Co.. Fuel Ready Mix. Supplies Ernie Williams. Parts Fort Dodpe Machine & Supply Co.. Parts _Titonka Tel. Co.. Tel. Scrv. Central la. Tel. Co.. Tel. Serv. Kent Motor Co . Parts & Repairs . Ira button. Baling .. Algona Locker Plant. Rent . _ Thermogas Co of Algona, Gas Culligan Scft Water, Soft Water . . . . .. Cresco Light & Power Co , Elec Scrv . . _ _ . Fiederick Hdw , Supplies Spencer Grocery Co., Supplies Ernie Williams, Parts Bauer Imp., Parts . . _ Bomgaars Five & Ten, Supplies N W Bell. Tel. Serv. C. L Plotl. M. D., Medical . Honsbruch Drug, Medical _ . Dr Schurter & Koob, Medical Heiko Clapp, Mileage Coast to Coast, Parts Roger Whipple, Fuller Brush Co. hegarty's Plb. & Htg., Repairs Joe Bradley Equip., Parts .._ Reed's Surge Serv , Supplies _ Fratt Elec . Parts Algona Plbg. & Htg.. Repairs Utt Elec. Serv., Repairs ,. Algona Mach. Shop. Repairs . _ Orville Duncan, Subscription .Stanley Dealer, Supplies Consl. Coop Creameries, Dairy Prod Council Oak, Food M. & J. R. Hakes, Supplies Finns Bakery, Food _ Gordon L. Wmkel, Trustee of I s Mkt.. Food Diamond Surplus, Shoes .... Standard Oil. Fuel _ Drs. Shey & Gotten. Vet Fees Kossuth D H I. A , Testing . Hobarton Coop Elev , Supplies State Comptroller, Excess Quota Payroll Fund, Poor Payroll __ Rhoda Bonar. Rent . . . _ . Kenneth Harris, Rent Ervm Ulses, Rent ....... N. Cent. Pub Serv, Gas .... Charles Schrader, Fuel Alg Mun. Util . Utilities Hotel Algcna Bus Depot, Bus Fare Garrv Funeral Home, Ambulance ... Marvel Immerfall, Mileage Rusk Drug, Medical ... Honsbruch Drug. Medical Dr Schutter & Koob. Medical Van Morman Drug Co., Modi- 82.14 8.85 1,352.05 1,720.68 13.88 21.20 1.110.78 1.99 50.00 1.27 180.00 31.66 13.85 1.50 1.25 13.06 (i.23 50 .68 284.01 24.95 22.34 5.36 25.72 338.65 10.00 1200 Dr. Richardson, Medical Josp. M. Rconcy, M. D., Medical cal LuVerne Pharmacy, Medical _ Gco. Drcxtcr, M D , Medical _ Drs. Gardner. M. D s. Medical University Hosp., Medical Dr A F Krosch, Medical .. Spirrt Lake Mcd. Group. Medical . T J. Egan. M. D, Medical ._ Beryl Michael, M. D , Medical Buffalo Center Hoso., Medical Dr. Kevin Nash, Medical John N. Kenefick, M. D., Medical -Donald J. Welp, Medical M. G. Bourne. M. D., Medical Sf. Ann Hosp-, Medical 24.50 257 68 I I 76 32 95 24.78 45.25 1 1.08 3046 150.00 272.13 15.00 26.60 53.02 5.68 20.00 7.85 18 35 1 60 4.75 2 50 4 00 2 75 30.28 25090 51.80 331 26 86 73 54 30 13 47 196 53 40095 1392 182.55 5.000.00 1,005.00 50.00 2000 40.00 11.21 7.50 44,70 11.61 9 00 27.79 143.91 4 00 144.75 6 10 2300 300 30 00 163 62 7 00 45 00 15. CO 15 62 71 70 5000 74.62 I 1.80 95.25 855.47 Holy Family Hosp., Medical R. J. Funk, Hoatef *__ Vogel's Grocery, Food Bailey's Store, Food Gordon L. V/inkel, trustee, Food Cowinc) Food Mart, Food East End Grocery, Food Hood's Cash Store, Food Council Oak, Food Rowc's D-X, Fuel Cclta Falvey, Care & Keep . Home of Good Shopheid, Care & Keep Alg. Good Sam. Home, Cftre & Keep Sarah Harbour. Care & Keep . Marian Home, Care & Keep _. Minerva Curtis, Care & Keep . Wilfair Resl Home, Care & Keep _. State of Iowa, Dependent Children , State of Iowa, Blind State of Iowa, Emergency Relief State of Iowa, Disabled Fund _ Heikc Clapp, Co. Home Alice Clapp. Co. Home Murl Jorgenson, Co. Home __ Hulda Jorgenson, Co. Home _ Lola ScuffKim, Registrar Joan Mueller, Assists the Sheriff R. F. Snyder, Examiner (Medical) Dean G. Parrott, Court Reporter L, C. Rovn, Probation Officer . R K Beck, Probation Officer Kenneth Richardson, Probation Officer Fern V. Miller, Court Reporter Claire A. Boltz, Court Reporter R. H Wisnom, Jr., Court Reporter . Jens M. Soressen, Meetings & Mileage . A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & Mileage .. Charles H. Newel, Meetings & Mileage John H. Rode, Meetings & Mileage .._ Char'es Plathe, Meetings & Mileage .. Andrew Reding, Weed Commissioner _ . J. E Smith. Weed Commissioner Glen W. Jenkmson, Weed Commissioner Edw. Kennedy, Weed Commissioner .... . Folkert Stecker, Weed Commissioner . . H. M. Smith, Engineer John Fraser, Assist. Engineer Hazel Anliker, Assists Engineer Office James T-toffman, Rodman .... Tomm> Aaron, Labor Raymond Baade, Labor Ed Blanchard, Labor E. M. Downs, Labor Henry Elbert, Labor .. Earl Eller, Labor Donald Fnderes, Labor Arnold Hainzingcr, Labor Clifford Holmes. Labor Don Hamzmger. Labor Clarence Hentges, Labor L. A. Hackbarth, Labor & Mileage Dale Helrrers, Labor George W. Koculer, Labor Martin Kern, Labor Ben Metzger, Labor ... Ralph Markla, Labor _. Roelf Miller, Labor Urban Neuroth, Labor .. Edward Ricke, Labor James W. Schultz, Labor Anton Sorenscn, Labor & Mileage . — L em Stockwell. Labor ....... Charles Thompson, Labor Gerald W.bben, Labor Orvillc Weiland. Labor ..... Cyril Wagner, Labor Henry Zweifel. Labor Clifford Blanchard, Labor J. V>. Burnett, Labor ._ Alvin Ewrng. Labor Earl Johns, Labor Anton ' Kardocs, Labor A. J. Kollasch, Labor Ferdinand Meyer, Labor John Schueler. Jr., Labor George Sfuder, Labor .__ Erich Willretr, Labor __ 33.00 James Walker, Labor George Worlnga, Labor 32.25 C. E. Zaugg, Labor 906.05 50.00 70.00 31.65 20.00 35.00 zo;oo 20.00 91,00 3.10 115.76 99.00 29.20 15.00 132.39 249.00 182.00 1,980.07 207.17 •449.19 63.33 149.44 149.44 136.93 126.83 26.40 109.19 40.86 53.10 81.90 118.73 115.78 59.22 65.30 64.52 343.99 481.19 468.87 486.60 424.26 256.21 106.91 97.62 224.44 338.04 703.23 464.51 209.01 236.12 459.02 270.64 281.03 293.45 31.53 18 38 28.53 221.98 272.00 312.34 273.35 364.41 290.74 379.43 33.79 303.07 280.64 282.14 290.74 318 75 302 24 Noble Crouch, Labor ROAD CLEARING FUND Payroll Fund. Rd. Clearing Payroll James Zaugg, Spraying Quick Supply Co., Brush Killer Herbert H. Klasse, Brush Killer Dennis Newel, Spraying Jon Jentz, Spraying SOLDIERS RELIEF Van Norman Drug Co., Medical Mrs. E. Behnkendorf, Rent . Iowa Pub. Scrv. Co., Elec. Serv. John Schutlcr, M. D., Medical Council Oak Store, Food _-__ Welp Drug Store, Medical _. Honsbruch Drug, Medical Leo's Clover Farm Store, Food COUNTY FUND North Central Public Service AlRoila Mu"nic~lpVf~"Utflifi¥s" Utilities Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities Payroll Fund, County Payroll . Payroll Fund, County Payroll Ray A. McCoy. Board & Lodge Ralph W. Lindhorst, Board & Lodge Ralph W. Lindhorst, Mileage and Meals Donald M. Wood, Mileage W. Bell, Telephone Service Long's Studio, Supplies Greenberg Auto Supply. Fu 35068 30005 272.04 306.15 31094 312 34 290.74 272 04 289.73 291 95 338 26 303 C* 328.31 271.14 298.40 28063 260.54 ... Fuses Joyce Hayden, Mileage Culllgan, Soft Water Dr. Richardson, Medical ._ John Kenefick, M.D., Medical Read's Furniture Inc., Mattresses Davis Paint Store. Supplies _._ Coast to Coast, Supplies Walter Magnuson, Meeting Sam Larson, Meeting Arne Ostergaard. Meeting Frank Rotterman, Meeting Orville Brandt, Meeting Virgil Loucks, Meeting _ Melvin Logemann, Meeting Julius Baas, Meeting Earl Zeigler, Meeting _ Clifton Benschoter, Meeting Lorraine Campney, Meeting Leonard Dittmer, Meeting Leonard Ster.zel, Meeting Harold Holmgren, Meeting Ralph Bierstedt, Meeting Carl W. Nielsen, Meeting Lawrence Hantelman, Meeting Vic Struecker, Meeting _. Willard Thompson, Meeting ... Alfred Melz, Meetings on Fire . Lewis Bosma, Meetings on Fire Louis Wingert, Meetings on Fire Stephen R. Tjaden. Meetings on Fire _ Beecher Lane Appliances, Repairs .. Beecher Lane Appliances, Repairs ... Burrough's Corp.. Machine Agreement _.._..__.._ ._ Hutzell's. Repairs Pitnev-Bowcs Inc., Machine Inspection -- _. North Central Public Service Co.. Gas _ Don Bocken Supply Co.. Supplies Algona Plumbing & Heating, Repairs Spencer Grocery Co.. Supplies . N. W. Bell. Telephone Service . Matt Parrot! & Sons Co.. Supplies Koch Bros., Supplies . . Fidlar & Chambers Co.. Supplies Klipto Printing Co., Supplies .. Southtown Printers. Supplies _ Panama Carbon Co.. Supplies _ Mutzell's. Supplies _ Burrough's. Machine Malnt. .. [owa Stamp & Marking Co., Repairs Drs. Schultz & Schultz, Blood Tests Dr. Schuttcr & Koob, Blood Tests Wm. J. Shawlcr. Bee Inspection Leo Shirk, Bee Inspection Gordon L. Winkcl, Fire Contracts .. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co.. Board Proceedings Bancroft Register, Board Proceedings Advance Publishing Co., Notices Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Notices Bancroft Register. Notices Upper Des Moines Publishing 312.34 317.03 349.11 282.14 348.00 275.00 319.80 112.10 293.75 268.75 75.10 25.00 11.89 2.25 131.00 8.47 26.79 15.00 8.30 153.05 36.48 7049.05 3607,23 86.70 131.20 156.21 35.57 3.13 2.40 64.80 55.44 6.50 10.50 6.50 68.02 2.69 11.18 2.00 2.00 2.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 20.90 20.90 20.90 20.90 4.00 27.95 25.00 10.50 75.82 22.00 11.50 5.61 19.00 292.51 8608 133.71 58.11 26.07 45.00 35.00 12.11 791.20 15.70 10.00 5.00 37.48 50.35 65.00 118.80 118.80 81.50 77.50 72.78 Co., Supplies . ^.— 24.00 Ready Mix, Supplies 708.86 Gordon L, Winkcl, Expenses .. 180.99 Kossuth CdUnty Treasurer, BoUnty 104.72 DRAINAGE FUND Ready Mix, Df. 9 9.64 Clement Crahan, Dr. 9 37.40 Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt, Dr. 20 30.00 Joss M. Shearer, Dr. 79 459.93 Kruse Engineering Service, Dr. 79 479.35 Charles Wagner, Dr. 83 1825.32 Jess M. Shearer, Dr. 83 6720.00 Vcrnori C. Meyer, Dr. 90 80.00 Clement Crahan, Df. 130 15.30 A. J. Kollasch, Dr. 168 72.00 Sam Larson, Dr. 185 7.70 Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt, Dr. 185 70.00 Fullerton Lumber Co., Dr. PAK 1 51 Wlnnebago County Secondary Road, Dr. W.K. 3-11 57.65 Winnebago County Secondary Road, Dr. W.K. 20-66 4.67 Wlnnebago County Secondary Road, Dr. W.K. 35-89 25.31 Winnebago County Secondary Road, Dr. W.K. 46-104 31.13 Fred Ricffer, Dr. W.K. 68-136 — 52.76 David Madetzke, Dr. W.K. 68-136 34.98 Clement Crahan, Dr. H.K. 2 .. 4.61 COURT FUND Dr. Cameron Shierk, Mayor's Fees 38.00 John Mansfield, Court Fees 25.00 Claire Boltz, Mileage 12.56 Payroll Fund, Court Payroll .. 1597.26 STATE INSTITUTION Joseph M. Rooney, M.D., Mcd. Phys „ 7.50 J. D. Lowe, Attorney 7.50 L. W. Nltchals, Attorney 10.00 Donald M. Wood, Mileage 6.24 Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage 19.85 Lloyd Dlxon, Witness Fees ... 5.80 State Sanatorium, Care ,Sc Keep 2.00 Mental Health Institute, Care & Keep 1027.20 REFUNDS State Tax Commission, Soldiers Exemption Refund 9.17 On motion adjournment was taken until August 13, 1962 at 9:00 a.m. A. M. KOLLASCH, Temporary Chairman. ATTEST: MARC MOORE, Kossuth County Auditor. BOARD PROCEEOIINGS Regular June Session NINETEENTH DAY AUG. 13, 1962 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Jens Sorensen, Chairman, and A. M. Kollasch, Charles Newel, Charles Plathe. and John Rode. Absent: None. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Charles Newel that the Budget be approved as published and that the County Auditor be authorized to spread taxes on all Real and Personal Property in Kossuth County for the year 1963. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until August 17, 1962. JENS M. SORENSEN, Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: MARC MOORE. Kossuth County Auditor. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Special June Session TWENTIETH DAY AUG. 17, 1962 Motion by Charles Newel and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that contract for bridge be awarded to O. W. Morehead. Des Moines. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Charles Newel that a partial release on property owned by Anna Everts et al be given on the property described as follows: Beg. 166 ft. N of NE Corner of Blk. 19 Ways Add to Titonka Inc. thence N 245.75 ft. W. 272 ft. S. 296.35 ft., E. 136 ft.. N. 50 ft. and E. 136 ft. to beg. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until August 31. 1962. JENS M. SORENSEN, Chairman Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: MARC MOORE, Kossuth County Auditor. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Regular June Session TWENTY-FIRST DAY AUG. 31. 1962 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Jens Sorensen, Chairman, and Charles Newel, Charles Plathe, A. M. Kollasch, and John Rode. Absent: None. SHEAKLEYS BEAUTY PARLOR OPEN MONDAYS THROUGH SATURDAY MONDAY SPECIAL $6.95 Regular $10 Permanent . . . Call CY 4-3477 For ) Appointments It happened 100 YEARS ago The oldest Incorporated trade association In the country, the United. States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862 ... the same year that IN IOWA, our famous civil war governor, Samuel J. Kirkwood, for whom many streets and public buildings are now named, was Inaugurated for a second term. Throughout the state, lha event was toasted with foaming steins of beer. For then, as now, beer was the traditional beverage of moderation . . . light, sparkling refreshment that adds a touch of old-fashioned Iowa hospitality, lowans have always enjoyed the good fellowship that goes with every glass. TODAY, In Its centennial year, the United States Brewers Association still works con* stantly to assure maintenance of high standards of quality and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. - . UNITEIXSTATES .--' ;;• . : ". ;BREWF:RS ASSOCIATION, INC'.. . IOW.Y Division'-- DCS Moines . READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT Fireproof Chests Office Files FRANCHISED DEALER • Invincible Metal Furniture • Art Metal Furniture • Smith-Corona Marchant • Remington Portables t Victor Adders • R. C. Allen Adders O MARKING PENCILS O PENCIL SHARPENERS • CLASP ENVELOPES • COIN ENVELOPES • PAPER CLIPS • PAPER FASTENERS • THUMB TACKS • RUBBER STAMPS • STAMP PADS O DATERS O SHIPPING TAGS • TAG WIRES % STAPLERS & STAPLES • TYPEWRITER RIBBONS t ADDER RIBBONS • ADDER PAPER • FILE FOLDERS • FILE GUIDES t PAPER PUNCHES • SCOTCH TAPE O TAPE DISPENSERS • RUBBER BANDS • CLIP BOARDS • ACCO FASTENERS O SCRATCH PADS O PHONE RESTS • STAMP PAD INK • RUBBER CEMENT • POSTAL SCALES • SHEET HOLDERS • LEGAL PADS • LETTER TRAYS • ONIONSKIN PAPER • SECOND SHEETS • COPY PAPER • MIMEO PAPER • DUPLICATOR PAPER • STORAGE FILES Metal Office Desks, Steno and Office Chairs. Typewriters BOND TYPING PAPER REAM OF 500 98c Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. U1 E, CALL ACROSS FROM THE NEW MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT IN ALGONA CY 4-3535

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