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Algona, Iowa
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i**AlfSfta (fa.) Upptt DM Motft* thuredoy, Augurt 1, 2 Rustler Units Met Recently At St. Joe Si. 3o& — A special meeting of Riverdale Rustlers Unit I was held July 22 in St. Joe school hall. Achievement day plans were discussed. The meeting was adjourned with the Pledge to the Flag. After the meeting the girls worked en theif record books. The Riverdale Rustlers 4-H club Unit II met at the school Monday night, July 22. The leaders announced the schedule for Achievement Day.- In the afternoon a style show will be presented by the members. The winner will represent the club at the fair. There will be a junior, intermediate and senior winner. Members will also take part in judging articles. Each member may also bring a guest. Sister Mary Doloris, St. Vincent's hospital, Sioux City, and Sister Mary Benedict, St. Benedict's Convent, Madison, Wise., were visitors last week in the Clarence Bormann and Harold Bormann homes. Sister M. Doloris and Sister M. Benedict are sisters of Mrs Clarence and Mrs Harold Bormann and daughters of Mr and Mrs Charles R. Kollasch of Whittemore. The visitors were on a two week vacation. Nick Bormann and Joseph Becker attended a cattle sale at Kimball, S. D. Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Jr. are parents of a daughter born Saturday, July 27, in St. Ann hospital in Algona. They have a son Paul, who is staying with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Sr. Margaret Reidmiller is visiting relatives in Cincinnati, Ohio. Myrtle Hilbert is assisting with the rectory household duties during her absence. Mr and Mrs Math Bormann and Barbara and Janice Kellner from St. Benedict and Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas were Sunday evening guests in the Raymond Kohlhaas home. Sister M. Cecely, Sister M. David and Sister M. Dalceline arrived to make preparations for the fall opening of the school year. John Reding, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Reding, was selected to represent Humboldt County at the ninth annual State Leadership training conference for young people at State 4-H Camp i'held at Boone this 'Week-saw 2 t6 August 3. ' The .-, leadership camp ,is a highly - specialized training school to help young people to be better group leaders. John will be a senior in St. Joseph's school this fall. Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding and Jean and Mr and Mrs Harold Reding were callers Sunday with Annette Woods at Webster City and also visited Sheryll Reding, student nurse at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, in Fort Dodge. SherylMs the daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Reding. Mr and Mrs lohn Berte drove to Dubuque Friday to get their daughter, Amanda, a student nurse at St. Joseph's Sanitorium. Amanda has just completed a three month course and now will have a month's vacation when she will go to St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge to continue her course in nursing. She is a 1955 graduate of St. Joseph's here. Licenses to Wed Licenses to wed went to two couples the past week in Kossuth county, issued by Deputy Court Clerk Anita Theisen. They vfent to Merlin Mertz, Algona, and Joan Haupert, Burt, July 13; arid to Harley Paschke, Blue Earth, and Doris Goetz, Ledyard. July 16. July 18 — Theodore C. Rasmussen, Casey, and Lorraine Lenz, Rodman; and Dale Richardson and Nancy L. Ramus, Lu- Verne. July 19 — Robert Anderson, Swea City, and Verdcne Stroebel, Lakota. LIGHTNING A bolt of lightning hit the Joe Galbraith farm near Stuart recently. It knocked a hole in the roof and melted the lead-in wire on a TV set. No one was hurt. Board Proceedings Regular April Session 1957 A.D. FIFTEENTH DAY June 3, 1957 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were H. S. Scheppmann. Chairman, and members: A. M. Kollasch, John Rode. Jens Sorensen, Charles Newel. Absent: none. Motion by C. H. Newel and stc- onded by Jens M. Sorensen that $1.05 be refunded Joseph B. Leintnger of Whittemore on road that was erroneously taxed to him. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Rode and seconded by Kollasch that refund of $1.00 be allowed G. D. Shumway for Dog License paid for twice. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by Sorensen that refund for the years 1952-53-54-5D-5G be granted Lots Caldwell et al on property S'.i SE'i of Sec. 1-95-30 which ,was over-assesssd. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H. Newel and seconded by John H. Rode that Reese Martin of Wesley, Iowa be granted refund in the amount of $.93 for over- assessment of personal property. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Rode and seconded by Newel that taxes of Bertha Rosseisen of Fenton be refunded on Money's & Credit Tax in the amount of $19.87 and that taxes of $7.4.53 be cancelled because of erroneous assessment. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by John Rode that Bond be approved and Cigarette permit be granted Reding's Tavern of St. Joseph. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newel and seconded by Rode that Bond be approved and Class "B" Beer Permit be granted Nick Gengler of Lotts Creek. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newel and seconded by Rode that taxes be suspended on Lots 3-4-5-6-7-8 Blk. 4 Clark's Add to Swea City belonging to Milton Price. Ayes: all. NaysT^bne. Motion carried. Motion by A. M, Kollasch and sec- onded by Jens Sorensen Ihnf cash on hand in treasurer's office be approved in the amount of $3.7».17. Ayes: Ifl. Nay*: mm*. Motion caftfVd. Motion by John H. Roue and WK- onded by C. H. Newel that contract « Western Engineering Co. be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: now*. Motion c«Tl*d. Motion by A. M. KoUMCh and «*c- ondod by Jens M. Sorenwen that Lynn Pulver. Swea Citv. b* appointed Justic* of the Peace in Harrison Twp. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. TRUCK LETTING ....SrOO P.M. Mot;on by Jena M. Sorensen and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that Ley Motor Co., Lftknta, be awarded truck bid in amount of IMSO.OO. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John Rode and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that 1200.000.00 be transferred from Maint. runs to Construction fund. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. It was motioned that Payment of claims allowed at this meeting of the persons and firms listed Immediately following be ratiifed, allowed, and confirmed. COUNTY FUND Webster County Detention Home, Care of Prisoner $ Donald M. Wood, Mileage .... Ralph W. LIndhorst, Meals ft Mileage Roy wickland, Serving Notices & Mileage Linn Foderberg, Labor Joyce Hayden. Mileage United Variety Stores, Supplies Rusk Drug & Jewelry, Supplies Joseph M. Rooney, M.D., Medical Care Honsbruch Drug, Supplies ... Norton Machine Works, Jail Lock, etc. John M. Schutter, Coroner's Fee _ John M. Schutter, Coroner's Fee _ . - - Vcrl Smith, Trustee Howard Bollig. Trustee Henry Looft, Trustee . Wlllard Thompson, Clerk Jerry Boekelman, Trustee Harm Hulslnga, Trustee Henry Stecker, Jr., Trustee .. John R. Sleper, Clerk Theron Hansen, Clerk J. W. Goetz, Trustee George Yanser, Trustee Ralph Tjaden, Trustee Social Legislation Information Service Co., Supply North Central Public Service FUNDS Coyitt Assessor .. ..i Road fcf ' Ola " 24.00 20.70 87.79 2.40 4.00 62.58 43.55 4.41 3.7S 1.47 21.84 11.00 12.40 4.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 1.50 76.45 49.65 2.64 MISS THAT Fishing Trip! Get There ON TIME With SAFE TIRES from JACK'S OK TIRE SERVICE THE COMPLETE TIRE STORE ALIENING BALANCING NfW - USED - RECAPS :•; ^ :•: =i :•; Co., Gas -^ Farner-Bocken Co., Supplies .. Kohlhaas Hdwe.. Supplies N. W. Bell Tele. Co.. Telephone Service 234.83 I. B. M., Supplies 6.25 Burrough's Mnint. Agreement 3.00 Materials Handling Equip. Co.. Elevator Repair . 65.80 Addrcssograph - Multlgraph Corp., Supplies 32.75 Ricklet'* Insurance Agency, Insurance 150.00 Flllmore Co. Nursery, Trees .. 375.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Supplies 230.86 Koch Bros., Supplies 229.86 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., Supplies 13.06 Jenkins - Fergeman Co.; supplies 4339 Panama Carbon Co., Supplies 35.00 Fldlar & Chambers Co., Supplies ., 49.08 Folkert Stecker, Labor 6.00 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Services 45.00 Bancroft Register, Board Proceedings - -. 204.15 Advance Publishing Co., Board Proceedings 204.20 Bancroft Register, Financial Statements 285.00 Bancroft Register, Weed Notices - 11.70 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Notices 15.20 Advance Publishing Co.. Notices .... 31.41 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Supplies i 37.50 Advance Pub. Co., Supplies ._ 9.15 Gordon L. Winkel, Expenses . 166.19 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Board Proceedings 205.10 Payroll Fund, Co. Payroll 2332.S1 Kossuth Co. Treasurer, Taxes. 857.65 Kossuth Co. Treasurer, Taxes. 5.30 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities - 161,81 Algona Municipal Utilities, Utilities — 23.83 North Central Public Service Co., Gas 194.46 North Central Public Service Co., Gas - - 36.43 Arthur E. O'Brecht, Parts, Materials & Labor ; 39.85 Morton W. Bittinger, Drawing Plats 4.50 W. W. Sullivan, Postage 60.00 W. W. Sullivan, Postage 200.00 Morton W. Bittinger, Labor & Mileage 50.95 Edward Zwiefel, Labor & Mileage 8.10 Wilbur T. Hildreth, Sheriff of Polk, Services 3.01 Kossuth Co. Treasurer, Bounty 298.75 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Boarding & Lodging Prisoners 70.10 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Ralph W. Lindhorst, Meals & Mileage 42.59 Dan L. Bray, M.D., Examining Phys. 7.50 Leo J. Cassel, Attorney 7.50 T. C. Hutchison, Attorney 10.00 Donald M. Wood. Pep. Sheriff 6.43 Dan L. Bray, M.D., Examining Phys. - 7.50 Leo J. Cassell, Attorney 7.50 H. J. McNertney. Attorney ... 10.00 Ralph W. Lindhorst, Sheriff Fee „_ j 22.05 Thos. D. Garry, Witness Fee .. 5.52 Geo. Rahe. Witness Fee 5.52 ROAD CLEARING FUND Herbert H. Klasse. Spraying .. 1164.60 Swaney OH Co., Weed Killer - 1825.40 BANG'S DISEASE FUND Clarence Arndorfer, Indemnity 12.50 Paul Northrop, Indemnity 25.00 Bolle & Kent, Indemnity 11.21 Everet M. Johnson, Indemnity 12.50 ASSESSOR FUND Wllle's Canvas & Uph. Shop,, Labor 2.00 Payroll Fund, Assessor Payroll 1605.68 L. J. Immerfall, Mileage & - Expenses — 28.39 Payroll Fund, Assessor Payroll 14858.74 Ribbon & Carbon Supply Co., Supplies - 3.03 Doane Agr. Service, Supplies . 6,99 National Markets Reports, Inc., Fii Supplies -,, djar & Chambers Co., Sup- 5.00 " Tomorrow-tills could be ., | to prepare now for your retirement You owe it to yourself to start » low-co** retirement insurance poli- »r now. In your younger yew*. It \ wiU svfntuajjy BJ^U the difference fetlPMp, leUuro s? hard wssfc the rtlt o* you? Hf> w CALL <371« JIM KOVP, Monger ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY LIFE W8UJUNCE plies ..... ..... ___ „.-,„—•. , 15.04 Buriough's, Rental ... ---------- 19.00 • % MAINTENANCE FUND Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies 18.49 Sioux City Iron Co., Supplies . 48.70 Wille's Canvas & Uph. Shop, Labor and Repairs ---- ...... 8.00 Dau's Garage, Materials an4 Repairs ----------- - ---- ...... 6.2! Bowes Seal-Fast, Supplies ---- S.S( Ernie Williams, Part ........ — .90 Fort Dodge Machine & Supply Co., Repairs & Parts ....... 27.14 Arnold Motor Supply, Supplies 20.65 Hopkins Super Service, Repairs 2.0G Algona Machine Shop, Parts .. 21.40 Spra-Whlte Chemicals Co., Supplies ----------- ---- ...... 26,77 Quick Supply Co., Supplies ... 564.60 Fredereks*n r s Sawmill. Lumber & Labor .......... - ..... 18.90 John Geerdes Implement, Parts 136.85 Kohlhaas Hdwe,, Supplies ---- 14,67 Taylor Impl. Co., Parts - ..... 8.32 Rick's Cities Service, Supplies 1.90 Henry Dirksen For Damages 100.00 D-34 Sunray Oil Co.. Oil ...... 44.09 Art Rusch. Labor ............. 7,60 Ed Rowlet, Supplies & Labor 55.20 Kemna Motor, Parts ---------- 19.10 Carpenter & Son, Parts ...... Central Bearings Co.. Supplies Seneca Store, Gas. Oil. etc. --Cook's Welders Supply, Supplies - ....... ..... ...', ......... 14.80 Algona Iinpa. Co.. Parts ....... 1204)7 Vernon C. Meyer, Repair* ---- 93,1$ Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Suppjy Co,, UuTvbejT .-—.-. 2121 . Northern Lumber Co.. Supplies 11.48 Rock Island Lmbr. Co., Supplies .-....„„ ............. -- 20,37 General Casualty Co. ot Wisconsin, Premium* -------- r . 708,15 N, B. Bell, Tele. Service ...... 14SS Tire & Suppiy Co, 88.00 All Wheel Drive Co-. Parts ,--- Pukehart-Hugiies Tractor & Equipment Co., Parts __, Sieg Ft. Dodge Co., Labor & Parts .:....„ (owa Machinery & Supply Co.. Supplies The Thomas Co« Oil Paper Calmenson Si Co., Supplies „_ Peterson & Janaick Chev., Parts —--» '.Thompson Yards, Supplies "88 vy ' ~ _nier Lumber Co,. "Lumber ',. Williams Hdwe. Co., Supplies Standard Bearings Co. of D«s . Frank D. Fisher, Parts ........ Kotsutli Motor Co., Parts .... 16.76 70.85 U»e Tax . General Couftty ......i Court Expenat .— Poor .—*.*.. S«t* Inifffcrtten Sf.h. DHrf. Library Secondly Road C«W. Secondary Road Malnt. . Courity -School Soldier*' Relief Bond Ft/nds Court HOUM Domestic Animal Bovine Tubercutosit A... Bang* DHe«S» Teacher!' Instlfut* - — Emergency Drainage f City Special Assessment* Corporation Funds School District Funds .Township Funds ...... Library Board of Educ., County . Homestead Credit Funds Military Service Tax Exempt Fund Advance Taxes Korean fionu* County Fair .... Stste Sales Tax * General Retirement .... School Retirement ..... V/eed Eradication Special Courses Twp. Fire IqUlpt Co. Insane . Service Comp Apric. Land Credit Pay Roll C. H. Bldfl. FOfld ...... Agric. Exf. Service Total Less Overdrafts ....— Net 97,4j4.Sf 46,782.03 1» 1,430.12 t&tAimmk w n«iotH f §7, 16 Mtf J1, 1fK7, HH RECitPtS „ On Hand Jin. 1, f«^ FromCuttWW taV«, 1 FrWriTJeftHquWt Tax**, •mi prior t»m -.-..-— Penalty, Interett and Costs >>ecla1 AffBWil ..$uiTJlfJD . 1 $4738336 ' » — 1,71 $.08 , .......... A*ms*tirHi, State , . 3J9X)2 _ UftseMENtS Tre«urw"i t**l' B6rtu»j GOBI*? A«Jlf«"i Uw intsriMt en County Court H ,M«tr, 6,768*0 4,422.96 4W.?d „ 58.50 « 9192.81 1,974.86 239.63 39,713.89 5,804.48 1,346.88 11,637.67 711.67 753.91 111,007.7. 8,116.09 2,996.17 15931.38 4,613.68 25.85 22,023.93 26,514.33 23,073.38 3,310.61 1,241.14 17,807.44 179,694.20 135.991.57 10,763.69 7.77 8,116.09 4,312.90 26.05 2,900.39 75.61 16,230.21 24,452.12 21,672.68 3,280.34 13,071.25 2,186.76 179,688.64 137,118.95 10,500.90 55.22 138,243.44 4,135.01 6341.55 7,535.72 1*57.06 34441.37 —195.79 111,046.84 18,535.44 21,563.52 76,750.78 449.M 67.64 11J&32.18 3,106.25 15,905.3$ 2,203.07 8.74 14,974.80 3,607.65 9,192.81 3,375.56 269.90 27,883.78 21,425.16 1,352.44 10,510.29 711.67 1,016.70 1,480,699.78 —195.79 From Autfltof 13522 From Cigarette Ltewiw From Beer License Secondary Road Assessments Gw Tax to County *. Old Age Pension Tex Advance Tax .... Sates of Automobile* Numbers and uteerae ... Agrlc. Land Credit Fines and Forfeiture* frorn Clerk Fines end Forfeiture* from Other Officer* Care of Patient* In State Institutions Sale of Produce at County Home Livestock Fees from County Auditor . Fees from County Recorder . Fees from Clerk of District Court _._.. ..... Fees from Sheriff "Use" Tax (Motet Vehicle) . Homestead Credit* Military Service Tax Exemption Miscellaneous Receipts .... Miscellaneous Receipt* Mobile Homes *' Transfers from Funds of* of Ctfttsjna Towrg .Order* oti Co. TrMft. by Prel- Of Scruol DIJt. .. ... Clerks' Receipt* *. Drafts for Automobile 'Licenses » . Stati T>*«. Receipt*—A, Lie. Amourit 4,18S.4L.* 70.00 3J,4liM9 182,680.60 1,094,434.28 2e4,798.«9 179,694.20 4S2.11 3,251.68 2,855.46 5,788.62 982.00 4,339.20 ym !??«& 8,116.09 156,853.14 417.50 257,512.32 Old Age Pension Payment* to St«t« Treasurer * Receipt* for "Use Tax" Remitted Homestead Credits Apportioned .Military Service Tax Exempt. Cr. Fund Apportioned — Advanced Tax Payment* Apportioned Miscellaneous Payment* AgHe. Land* -^ Agrlc. .Ext. Service Sales Tax . Transfer to Funds Balance on hand May 31, 1957 >. 227,352.71 14,677.77 279.88 20,629.43 111,007.77 8.116.09 4,312.90 179,688.64 10,500.00 75.61 257,512.32 1,480,503.99 !,111,395.30 $3,332,616.21 $2,963,507.52 $1,480,503.99 Total Receipt* \~ $4,444,011.51 Algona, Iowa, June 11, 1957 I, Rosella Volet, Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby certify that the report given above is a correct summary of the business transacted by me a* said treasurer during the period therein specified. Rosella Volgt, County Treasurer. Mary K. Sands, Deputy. W. F. Tire & Battery Co., Tires. Tubes, etc. 38S.M Dick Helmers, Labor 4.90 Thompson Dtst, Co., Parts 20.20 i. E. Ukena & Co.. Parts 3.04 Mid Iowa Industrial Supply, supplies 30.60 Payroll Fund, Malnt. Payroll 12337.43 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pac.R. R. Co.. Freight ... 892.68 Koasuth Co. Treasurer, Taxes . 191.50 North Central Pub. Service Co., Gas 71.12 Algona Mun. Util., Utilities .. 17 M Kossuth Co. Treasurer, Freight 37.64 Central la. Tele. Co., Tele. Service 20.35 James H. Merryman, Machinery, Management & Labor — 208.50 Kent Garage, Parts & Repairs 118.89 Eco Inc., Supplies 107.25 Kuhn Auto & Radiator Repair, Hepuirs 8.75 Hawkeye Machinery Co., Parts 18.65 Hilton Super Service, Oil, etc. 145.02 Iowa Pub Serv. Co., Electric Service 5.00 Koch Bros., Supplies 2.91 Town of West Bend, Elec, Service 1.25 Union Frelghtways, Freight .. 114.75 Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., Elec. Service 1.00 West la. Tele. Co., Tele. Service 6.08 N. W. Bell, Tele. Service 36.95 M. T. Amfanr. Supplies 88.77 Bradley Bros., Ptfrts 1839 Harry Greenberg Auto Sup- • ply, Parts & Supplies 175.39 Hilton Super Service. Grease and etc. L 13.30 CONSTRUCTION FUND Payroll Fund, .Construction , '-, Payroll „ L...'. 2656.72 John T. McGuire, Grading ProJ. No. 1138 (5) 2260.80 James H. Merryman, Bridge Pro). No. 1130 (2) 2700.00 G. J. Van DeRlet & Sons Inc., Grading Proj. No. 924 6696.00 Elmer Dole, Stockpiling Pit .. 3213.44 Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole, Irvington Pit 1137.86 Wlnnebago R. E. A.. Labor 230.00 Helen G. Wrtght. Right-of-Way 142.00 Larson Heirs, Right-of-Way „ 144.00 V, E. Schrader, «ight-of-Way . 842.00 Frances Jane Thomas, right- of-way •„._ 42.00 iVhittemore Champion, notices.. 71.00 Swea City Printing Co., notices 192.50 Herman J, Studer, labor and mileage 7.33 M. T. McGuire, machinery and • labor ; ...1566.75 Titonka Topic, notices 177.00 Armco Drainage & Metal Products Inc., steel pipes 2283.75 Concrete Products Inc., concrete pipes .... ..4850.36 Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole, stock piling j>lt ... , 357.04 DRAINAGE FUND Lenny Harmon, Dr. 4 1000.00 Lenny Harmon. Dr. 4 242.60 Vernon C. Meyer, Dr. 4 10.50 Shumway, Kelly, Fristedt, Dr. 4 37.50 E, R. Lester. Dr. 4 35.00 L. A. Winkel, Dr. 9 50.00 Steier Flying, Dr. Ext. 9 250.17 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 48 3.00 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt. Dr. 58 I ._ 20.00 James H. Merryman, Sub. 14 of 60 45.00 Northern Lumber Co., Sub. 14 of Dr. 60 19.20 Vernon C, Meyer, Dr, 63 7.50 Vernon C. Meyer, Dr. 72 3.00 Vernon C. Meyer, Dr. 83 19.50 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 86 * 47.50 Titonka Topic, Dr. 86 — 35.00 Titonka Topic. Dr. 86 „.„, 14.25 Shumway. Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 80 7.50 Miller Lumber Co., Dr. 91 6.36 Dick Helmers. Dr. 91 15.75 Shumway, Kelly & Fristed.t, Pr. 99 - -„. 20.00 G. D. Hart, Dr. 99 12.50 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, . pr. JU6 „_„ 82.50 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, pr: 13? ...—,.. -. 3.«o Steier Flying Service, Dr. 133- 533.45 Dick Helmers, Dr. 137 4.50 Miller Lumber Co., Pr. 137 3.14 Tom Guess, Lai. 20, Dr. 166 -. 73.76 G. P. Hart, Dr. 166 85.94 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 168 „ „ , 192.00 Leo Arndorfer. Lat. 86,' Pr. 166— 9.74 James H. Merryman, Pr. 184 --- 27.00 Vernon C, Meyer, B. K. 2 10.50 Shumway, KeUy & Fnjstedt, Pr. E. K- 3 2.50 Edwin* Hanna. Pr. 2-36 5.78 Secondary Road Maint. Fund, PD 2-36 ,....:.... 1.18 Morton W. Bittinger, Kossuth Co. Walnt. Fund, 0r. UK 346 --.!..-.: Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt. H K'3f46 T---V-*— Edwin Banna, P D 3-46 Secondary Road Maint. Fund, P. D. 3-46 ...;. I Shumway. Kelly & f ristedt, W W B-IW ". * H K 8-8! itonka Titonka Teple, .Dr. H K 5-87 Guy P, Lansing, H K 2 Sluimway, KftUy 4c yristotjt. Pr. PAK 1 ...:..„.. R. H. MJUer, Pr.; PAK J ... Vernw C. Mey*r. P&K 1 — Leslie Olson, WK 3-U L. j; Kuchenreuther, Pr. W K 1-U '—1 Floyd Prugg. WK 3-11 Theo Porepbush, WK 3-11 -Theo JJarenbUifc, WK 35-89 . Trtfio porenbush. WK 38-89 '. K«Uy & FrUtedt, i- 89' '-.'. & 27.45 10.00 1.60 .56 22.50 18.00 2.77 44.00 1U6 2-80 143 .50 6.49 1.00 9.33 4.07 133.00 50.00 68-86 Joseph V. Hamiltou, court nepWter , ....... ..i,.l.l Mrsfldojoh Pertli labor Joanu MtBridf, assists 217. 103.58 .-.. ..... 2. Margaret Guist, luhor ......... 210.72 L. C. Rovn, deputy probation ,. 81.00 Burnndeno Steven, labor * BU.25 H. S. Scheppmann, meetings and mileage 425.51 A. M. Kollasch, meetings and mileage 442.38 John H. Rode, meetings and mileage — 439.12 Jens M. Sorensen, meetings and mileage . , 342.80 Charles H. Newel, meetings and mileage ™ 417.87 Clarence E, Prlebe, weed commissioner 306.66 Douglas Wildln, weed commission , 70.71 Folkert Stecker, weed commission 116.98 Wm. A. Fitzgerald. Weed commission 74.08 Edward G. Looft, weed commission 72.28 Harold E. Blanchard, labor ... 287.24 Raymond Baadc, labor ... 248.07 Dick Baade, labor „. 25807 Ed Blanchard, labor 243.87 Noble L. Crouch, labor i 257.04 Wm. Chrlstensen. labor 267.04 Frank Deim, labor i. 246.94 E. M. Downs, labor and mileage 326.37 John Eller, labor 19.28 Earl M. Eller, labor 12.37 Howard O. Esser, labor 288.20 Alvln Ewlng, labor 258.06 Arnold Hainzinger, labor 258.06 Don Hainzinger, labor 267.04 Dale Helmers, labor 257.04 Clifford Holmes, labor 258.06 W. A. Hedrick, labor 257.05 Clarence Hentges, labor 258.05 Harry Hclmke, labor 140.02 Mrs. Harry Helmke. labor 200.00 Edward Hammond, labor ... 278.25 George W. Kockler, labor 243.85 Anton Kardoes, labor 247.56 Philip McVeigh, labor _ 12.37 Roelf E. Miller, labor 263.95 Ferdinand Meyer, labor 253.1)5 Ralph Markla, labor 268.15 Urban Neuroth, labor 283.44 Donald Frideres, labor 16.86 E. C, Ohm, labor 248.06 Edward Ricke, labor 284.16 Richard Reynolds, labor 41.90 Lem Stockwell, labor 288.22 James Schultz, labor 246.94 Bert Shellmeyer, labor 248.06 John Schueler, Jr., labor 283.66 Charles Thompson, labor 254.36 Paul A. Willey. labor 283.H6 Orvllle Welland, labor 267.94 George Werlnga, labor 263.64 A. J. Kollasch, labor 294.02 Erich Willrett, labor — 283.66 Harlan Wichtendahl, labor 48.59 Les -Wildin. labor .4 28.18 James Walker, labor 267.04 C. E- Zaugg, labor and mileage 294,86 Henry Zweifel. labor 268.16 Herbert C. Nellis, labor 277.14 Hazel Anliker, assists engineer i 193.00 John P. Fraser, assists engineer 411.45 Richard Tuttle, assists engineer (Rodman) 198.15 James Hoffmann, assists engineer (Rodman) 208.25 H. M. Smith, engineer 553.95 Arnold Alderson, labor and mileage 159.84 Al Granzow, labor and mileage 401.52 L, A. Hackbarth, labor and mileage 279.20 Mel B. Griffin, labor and rriileage 301.01 John A. Larson, labor and mileage 50.56 Anton Sorensen, labor and mileage, ..., 170.44 Bernard Looft, weed commission 54.69 B. F. Tellier, labor and mileage 188.01 POOR FUND Robert R. Horton, M. P., medical care .... , 127.00 M. G. Bourne, M. P., medical care 87.50 John N. Kenefick, medical care 31.75 University Hospital, medical «are and keep , 51258 Dr. R. K. Richardson, care .. 36.75 j. G. Clapsaddle, M. P.. medical care 82.00 T.' J. Egan, M. P.. medical care 3000 H. P. Meyer, care 19455 Holy Family Hospital, medical . <?are and keep *..., 161.50 Lonergan Prug, medicine *'"" James i>. Coffey, M. R., medical care t- 15.00 Dan L. Bray, M. P., medical care —.—l , , Cook's Drug Store, medicine .. 29.88 Honsbruch Prug, medicine 142,50 Dr. Wilbur Thatcher, care 60.00 Beryl F. Michaelson, M. P., medical car,e , 89.15 C. P, Snyder, M. p.. medical care — - 30.00 ponaW J. Welp—Welp Drug Store,, medicine , 26.37 John, J. tresi^k, M,. p., medical care 18.00 Isaac M. Shohet, M. P., medical care 63.56 Palo Alto Memorial Hospital, medical care and keep 101.30 p««l L. Warner, M. P-. medical care --. 82.63 R. J. Mattice, M. D., medical .care . 9.08 p, y. Janse. M. P.. medical care 48.00 John- R. Hrde, M. P.. medical care , 29.33 John M. Skogmo, D. P. S., care of teeth 45.00 f. X. Cretzmeyer, M. P., medical care - 28.00 tuVerae pharmacy, medicine -. 17.00 Hugo Lindholm, M. P., medical cere 30,00 O. yT Lindholm, M. P., medical care - - 43.00 Wilson Brack, food 48.18 rock's clothing 5,95 •| Texaco Service. „. .. Clothing"!"!!"-"-"" 4.88 ley's, clothing 8-87 R. Hyde, transportation 19W« City 15.00 Of Iowa, aid to de- dent children fund 2004.83 of Iowa, aid to Wind fund - 157.64 ___..w Nursing Home, caw and keep - 55.80 Lutheran Home Finding • fipptety, tare 91.J9 Prnmetsburg Nursing Home. care and keep -— 82.6J Qp,od SamarUim H°m, e . ,,,, M •fflfa* *ud. %fM>. __„„„.».-_.-,..- 1U3'7* St. Monlca'sHome. tare and keep 30.00 Home of the Good Shepherd, care and keep 48.00 Dalmer Rest Home, care and keep 76.76 Delta W. Falvey, care and keep 92.73 Mrs. Wm. Heisler, care and keep 42.00 State of Iowa, emergency relief fund 100.48 Rusk Drug & Jewelry, medicine - 124.71 John M. Schutter, medical care 147.75 St. Ann Hospital, medical care 1390.56 Bertha Cretzmeyer, Adm., medical care 37.00 Joseph M. Rooney, M. D., medical -care 20.25 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, medical care and keep 19458 Marvel Immerfall, mileage 83.58 Garry Funeral Home, ambulance service 40.00 Frank Vera, rent 50.00 Wallburg Motel, rent 25.87 Chas. R. Miller, rent » 30.00 Ada Flowers, rent 45.00 G. R. Cook, rent 25.00 Mrs. H. C. Johannscn, rent 1740 Leona A. Wilhelmi—Wilhelml Service, fuel 84.89 Bancroft Oil Co.. fuel 27.00 North Central Pub. Service Co., gas 1.38 Cities Service Co., fuel oil 1556 Kossuth Oil Co., fuel oil 15.44 Algona Municipal Utilities, utilities 7.54 Algona Plb. & Ht., labor and .parts 9.75 Fareway Stores Inc., food ..J— '58.80 Carl F. Frause Store, food 24.00 SJogren's Grocery, food 20.00 Cowing Food Mart., food 21.44 Hertzke Groc., food 30.00 Martin Co. Welfare Bd., relief— 110.00 Anne Halsrud, labor 15.00 Algona Lockers, rent 12.00 F. S( Norton & Son, coal 40.10 Culligan Soft Water Service, water service 20.00 Bradley Bros;, parts 3.12 Norton Machine Works, supplies 1.50 Miller Lmbr. Co., parts .2.63 Cullen-Kohlhaas Hdwe., supplies : 35.03 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., tel. service „., 16.80 St. Ann Hosp.. medical > care and keep -— 341.05 ionsbruch Drug, medicine — 309.84 John M. Schutter, M. D,, medical care 51.00 Joseph'M. Rooney, M. D., medical consultant 33.50 Raymond Alderson, freight 3.00 Algona Coop Creamery, supplies - 6.60 Algona Impl. Co., parts 39.74 Ernie Williams, parts „ 14.66 Algona Insurance Agency, insurance —.. 569.84 Vincent F. Esser, hair cuts 1750 Ralph Brown, articles prepaid 6.42 Bordens-Winters Dairy, dairy products 177.99 Finn's Bakery, food , 62.60 J. C. Penney Co., clothing 195.48 S & L Co., clothing 15.13 Shiits Shoe Store, shoes 41.71 Hood Super Valu, food -— 257.35 Kossuth Oil Co., gas 71.02 Standard Oil Co., diesel fuel — 193.50 Robinson Produce & Feed, feed 31.60 Pioneer Hybrid Seed Corn, seed 28.60 Hobarton Coop Elevator, feed — 92.00 Algona Flour & Feed Co., feed, etc 277.80 John H. Foth, spraying 72.00 NOT ALLOWED BILLS Good Samaritan Home, supplies 1.00 Wa R. R. Horton, M. D., medical care ,. 2.00 Bertha Cretzmeyer, Adm,, medical care 398.00 Bahne K. Bahnson, cnre 79.00 Dr. Richardson, care 5.00 Dr. Egan, medical care 6.00 On moti&n adjournment was taken until June 18, 1937, 10:00 A. M. H. S. Scheppmann, chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Sixteenth Day June 18, 19J7 Special Juae Session 1957, A. D. The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were H. S. Scheppmann, chairman, and members A. M. Kollasch, John Rode, Jens Sorensen and Charles Newel. Absent: none. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by C. H. Newel that Bridge Contracts . be awarded to James H. Merryman of Algona. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by C. H. Newel that a lawn mower for the County Home be purchased from the Titonka Impl. Co. of Titonka for $75. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by Charles Newel that July 16, 1957 at 2:00 P. M. be set for letting Clay Base; and at 10:00 A. M. July 16, 1957 be set for gas letting. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that Clarence Zufall, Fairmont, be awarded contract of Div. II. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H. Rode and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that Everds Bros. & Elmer Dole of Algona be awarded the gravel contracts. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion toy Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by John H. Rode that Class "C" Beer Permit be granted and Bond approved for Kollasch Grocery of Bode, Iowa. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by C. H.' Newel and seconded by John Rode that Class "B" Beer Permit be granted and Bond be approved for the following: Bailey's Store, Seneca. Hammer's Grocery, St. Joseph. Algona Country Club, Algona. M. A. Mulligan Hayes, Irvington. Lotts Creek Store, Lotts Creek. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by John H, Rode and seconded by Charles Newel that Cigarette Permit be granted and Bond be approved for the following. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Nick Gengler, Lotts Creek Store, Lotts Creek. St. Benedict Store, St. Benedict. German Valley Store, Titonka. Van's Cafe, Algona. Irvington Store, Irvington Warner Wermersen, LuVerne. O. H. Graham, Burt. Starlite Drive-in Theatre, Algona. Redlngs Tavern, St. Joseph. Seneca Store, Seneca. Kollasch Highway Groc., Bode. Hammer's Groc., St. Joseph. Roy A. Hansen, Sexton. McDonnell Service, Whittemore. Pete's Garage, St. Joseph. Algona Country Club, Algona. On motion adjournment was taken until July 1, 1957. H. S. Scheppmann, chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor. in 30 DAYS or less... with a BUTLER steel building Your cash register will ptey a profitable tune month* leaner if you build the Batter, way, One of these pre- engineered steel buildings-go*! up fast because all parti feavtt been formed And punched for a precision fit in • modern factory, firwtion co»t» we lurprisingly low I By combining wo?d« masQwy, end plate glaj* with the regular galvanized or aluminum covering, you can tasily individualize your Butler building. Clear-spaa interiors are well Ughted-100 percent usable! Insur* •ace ratei ar* lew. Afilltenolf »f«* to suit your B§«Ja, Ask us where you can we a new Butler Building in use near you. It will pay you to get our price before you build, We will be glad to work witi your architect or you can use our cowj4ett building *ervic«. Gait or writ* today! BUILER: WILL CONSTRUCTION CO. Howard (Bud) Weft, Sale* Repretentatiye SOi &, 15ih PJioae 43321 Fort Pod«e, Iowa MOTOR REPAIRS Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors AvailabU For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la. Drugs and Jewelry Prescriptions A Specially Connie's/ Column v /> •*• »£» Connie File, Save Jewelry and Foil in the Fire I'm flattered and pleased! One lady writes that she's made a scrapbook of "Connie's Columns". Another clips out the paragraphs; pastes them on file cards. Then files them under categories like "Cleaning Tips". "Sewing", etc. . Idea for Mother Paint a small barrel brightly and tuck it in a comer. Moment you spot unexpected guests, toss magazines, papers and toys in barrel, Goodbye, Bad Buy! Take another look at costume jewelry that just doesn't look right for that "certain" ensemble, Like the fashion designer who got a three-strand choker and two braclets from a pearl bib that she almost threw out. • * • Be a "Brand" Buyer It's smart to buy by label, de* pending on a firm you've learned to know and trust. There's one extra-helpful label you never see. The Northern Natural Gas Company brings natural gas, the miracle fuel, to your local gas company, who in turn brings it to you. » • •» Outdoor Foil Dinner Mr. Ray Dock- roan of Minneapolis created this recipe for his Boy Scout Troop, a real man's recipe: Mix the following , ingredients well: . hamburger, 1 isp. cooking fat, 1 peeled, diced carrot, '/g diced raw potato, 1 diced slice of green ' pepper, I whole slice of tomato. Season to taste. Wrap all in one large square of aluminum foil. Fold foil carefully and seal on all sides. Drop packets right on hot coaly; cook 15-minutes on each side, * * * Stained Plastic Dishes? There is a special commercial cleaner on (be market which will remove stains. Ask for it where you bought your plastic dishes. And remember — when you wash plastic dishes, scrub well with an abrasive cloth that won't scratch. I»J7 by Nerlhun Nolurol Got Company t^y'^.\ ;,«!••,'•><:,, , r

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