The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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1—AI0ono (la.) Upper Dtt Moines Thurtdey, Jun* 17, 1965 My thanks to those of you \rtio took the time and 4 cents to enter our 2nd anniversary drawing. All prizes should have been received by the time this announcement appears. Winners were: Hungarian currency and Kossuth frame, Bob Williams; Greek decorative currency and stamp frame, Larry Helderscheidt; Norway 10 Kr. crown, Kevin Hoover; 1879S uncirculated silver dollar, Mrs. Ray L. Ross (Bonnie Steil) of Tacoma, Wash.; two former students and the most distant of the entries; set of Portuguese military post cards, Steven W.Schneider; two Russian cardboard fractionals used for coin and stamps, Earl Will of LuVerne; the Shakespeare first day cover from England, Mrs. M. A. Sorlien of Bode; and sets of stamped Confederate money post cards by Selmer Ulir, Swea City, Dennis Dahl, Fenton, and Mrs. A. M. Andersen, Algona. I believe two of these winners entered last year, but were unsuccessful so, you see, that second effort may hit pay dirt after all. Let's hope we can have another round next May and June. - o - Mr. Will asks about the proposal to mint silver dollars and reversal of the President's order to go ahead. A monthly coin publication, whose editors seem to think the treasury department said mints exist primarily to serve coin collectors, stated this decision was a blow to the nation's collectors. I think the overwhelming verdict of collectors was In favor of the reversal. Only those with contacts to get control of the supply even to the extent of taking advance orders (these editors did that some time ago) would feel any blow. No new sliver dollars should be minted until the quantity and bullion content is such as to render speculation and supply control unprofitable and impossible. - o - Mr. Dahl asks if I have heard of a 1942P war time nickel in steel without any mintmark? Due to the scarcity of nickel and with silver then plentiful, the five cent piece became a silver coin 1942 thru 1945 and these can be identified by the large mint mark over the dome on the reverse. The Philadelphia mint was on this occasion so identified. Steel was used in 1943 for pennies. Mr. Dahl may have meant silver rather than steel. No, I haven't heard of any such variety. I can see the possibility of the old no mint mark die being used inadvertently during the silver run. The only way that I can see steel entering in would be a nickel strike on a disk intended for the cent. These freaks do appear from time to time in most years despite numerous checks. Value depends on whether the item is classified as a freak or as an actual coin type. Officially such does not exist and, if there is any question relative to the circumstances of mintage, the owner always runs the risk of seizure. There can be a firm market only if the government admits the error and the legality of the coin being released to the public. Of course, the unadmitted 1943 cents in copper have been traded at some rather high figures. The coin could also be a counterfeit. The Red Book notes that 1944P nickels without the mint mark are such. These, however, are in silver. - o - Mrs. Andersen asks about a buying source for picture post cards. I sent her various ads that appeared in recent hobby publications. Many seek cards that deal with certain special subjects or from specific communities or areas. I often see boxes of these in antique shops, usually priced at 5 or 10 cents each. Hidden in any collection, there may be some cards, however, of special value. Cards may be worth more as postal items than as cards. I am thinking here ot exposition cancels, certain slogans or flag types, discontinued post offices, and maybe even the stamps themselves, too generally these are ot the common type. I noted that a catalog is now available on the subject. Value, however, is likely still rather heavily de- upon the relationship to the general postal field or some tie-in with another hobby area, such as advertising, political or patriotic. Steve Schneider asks about how a young collector can get started on a foreign currency collection and learn about the history of money. Well, I'll devote the next column to that. The following column will be written from somewhere on the east coast. Piano Recital Presented Here Students of Helen L. Anderson presented a piano musical for their mothers, on June 5th. Students playing piano selections were: Jenny Reding, Lane & Liane Treganza, Brenda & Pat Fraser, Steven Armstrong, Virginia Schultz, Lee Ann & Douglas Schenck, Patty Bram- Sey, Zelda & Linda Meehlhause, Linda Snodgress, Jean and Marilyn Dau, Lori Calhoun, Jamie Christie, Sandra Faulstich, Debbie Kelley, Linda Ruhnke, Becky Tlelebein, and Carol Ger- Ike. An organ-piano duet was played by Linda Ruhnke and Debbie Kelley. Organ solos were played by Carol Gerike and Linda Ruhnke. A guest performance by Ricky Ringsdorf, apiano-acc- ordian student of Linda Meehlhause, was featured. Maria Wittkopf was unable to take part in the piano performance, because of a sprained wrist. Riverdole 4-H Plans JUNE 27 Family Picnic Riverdale Rusterls II met at the St. Joe school hall, June 3. Pledge of allegiance was led by Linda Reding and the 4-H pledge by Kathy Reding. A talk, "Lamps as accessories, beauty and light", WM given by Mildred Thul and Linda Reding. Michelle Thilges gave a talk of "Myself as Jiostess.V A demonstration was given by Linda Reding and Jane McGuire. Vicky McGuire is a music delegate to the state conference at Ames. Sandy O* Brien will represent the county at Conservation Camp at Madrid, and Mary Reding will attend 4-H camp at Clear Lake. A family picnic is to be held at Clear Lake on Sunday, June 27. Special guest was Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, who showed some of her embroidered articles and also taught embroidery stitches. Other guests were Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mrs, Eugene Kollasch, Mrs. Ted Hilbert, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Edwin Thilges, Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Bill McGuire, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Joe Loebach and Mrs. Rosalia Illg. Hostesses were Vicky and Jane McGuire. Dies In Gravel Pit Accident BANCROFT - Mr. and Mrs. John Wesselman received word of the accidental death of their son-in-law, Joseph Krebsback, killed In a gravel pit accident at Gilmore City. Mrs. Krebsbach was the former LeonaWessleman of Bancroft. Besides his wife he leaves several children. John Krebsbach, Bancroft is a brother. The Krebsbacks and the Wesselman families attended funeral services. Fenton Edith Laage spent last week in Des Moines as a guest of friends there. Mrs. Marvin Goff and daughter of Ruthven visited Sunday night with Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mr. and Mis. Lloyd bieffen of Okabena, Minn, were weekend guests at the Ed Frerichs home and with them drove to LeSeuer, Minn. Sunday to see Mr. Frerichs father, Fred Frerichs. The elderly gentleman came for a week's visit. Board Proceedings BOARD PROCEEDINGS TWELFTH DAY MAY 3, 1965 REGULAR APRIL SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, & John Rode, Garry McDonald, Lawrence Newbrough and Charles Plathe. Absent: none. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Rode that Andrew C. Hanson be given a $12.65 refund on erroneous assessment for the year 1960 to 1963. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Plathe that Robert H. Menke be given a refund of $126. 31 on Liquor License that was surrendered. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that refund in amount of $11.03 be given Harry J. Bode due to erroneous assessment. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried, Motion by Rode and seconded by Newbrough that refund in amount of $26.73 be allowed Harold Hesvik for erroneous assessment lor years 1960 to 1964. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Rode and seconded by Newbrougn that bonds of Everds Bros. Inc., Algon*, be approved. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Rode tliat bonos of Roac Olsen and Phyllis Olson, Clerks in the Treasurer's office, be approved. Ayes; all Nays: none Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that report o! Wtn. Finn, Mayor, and Milton G. Norton, Justice of Peace, be approved for the first quarter, Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion be Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that refund in amount of $143.09 be allowed E. C. Weisbrod, Fenton, for erroneous assessment for years 1960-61-62. Survey on record. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Rode and seconded by Newbrough that embargo in Kossuth County be lifted effective May 3, 1965. 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 ratified, allowed, and confirmed. Indemnity 12.50 Harold A. Feye, Indemnity 12.50 Elizabeth Hippen, Indemnity 37.50 R. A. Hogan, Indemnity 10.74 Leo L. Ludwlg, Indemnity 12.50 Harold Mosher, Indemnity 12.50 Dr. W. B. Redman, Jr., Inspection 21.00 Dr. Jay D. Rush, Inspection .......... 3.40 POOILFUND Payroll Fund, Poor $1010,84 Mrs. Rose Kraft, Labor 64.00 Algona Locker Plant, Rent 12.00 Thermogas Co. of Algona Fuel 73.20 Lindsay Soft Water, Supplies 63.15 Cresco Light & Pwr. Co., Elec 399.15 N. W. Bell, Tel 30.02 Honsbruch Drug, Medical 329.04 Keck, Inc., Freight 2.95 Miller Lumber Co., Supplies 23.99 United Building Center, Supplies 7.80 John Thompson, Labor 40,00 Algona Imp. Co., Parts 11.66 Western Mutual, Insurance 365.00 Arwell Inc., Spraying 10.00 Don Bocken Supply Co,, Supplies 29.30 Rusk Drug, Supplies 6.50 Elk Cleaners, Cleaning 3,00 Coast to Coast, Supplies 59.37 Larry's Rec., Supplies 7.00 Bomgaars 5/10, Supplies ^O 9 Bernard Food Industries Inc., Supplies 46.65 Finn's Bakery, Food , . . , 69.35 Algona Locker, Butchering U4.98 M. & J. R, Hakes, Food 349.09 Fred M. Erlckson, Hood's Super Valu, Food , Spencer Grocer Co., 48.27 Food East End Groc., Food 84.51 Consl. Coop. Creameries, Food 156.76 Shilts Shoe Store, Shoes 17.98 S. & L. Stores, Clothing 80.88 Farm Serv. Co., Fuel 80.73 Drs. Shey & Gotten, vet Fees 123.50 Lone Rock Coop. Exch., Supplies 177.97 Farmers Serv. Center, Supplies 13.52 Junior Hurlburt, Straw . . 96.00 Consl. Coop. Creameries, Tank 2090.00 Farm Service Co. (Farm Service Co.), Gas 50.46 State of Iowa, Dep. Children 2011.20 State of Iowa, Blind 226.40 State of Iowa, Emergency 231.25 State of Iowa, Disabled 76.32 Lloyd Dixon, Rent, Albert Cutler, 25.00 G. R. Cook, Rent, Audry Freye, 25.00 Mrs. Lora Raney, Rent, Wayne Myers, 20.00 Marvel Immerfall, Mileage, 93.08 Marlon Hylnk, Mileage, Lena Krebsbach, 20.00 Hotel Algona, Mileage, Glen Parcel, 29.20 Charles Plathe, Mileage, FredGebken, 36.27 Town of Whittemore, Elec., Myrtle Frost, 48.44 Roupe Furniture, Fuel, Florence Bagby, 19.20 Farmers Coop. Elevator, Fuel, Dennis Gabrielson, 71.65 Humboldt Rural Elec., Elec., Wayne Myers, 5.92 P. C, Elevator, Fuel, Wayne Myers, 21.23 Thermogas Co. of Algona, Fuel, Mae McLean, 87.60 Standard Oil, Fuel, Mrs. Fish, 24.34 Slerp Supply, FUEL, Dale Douglas, 8.45 Burt Coop. Elevator, Fuel, Glen Parcel, 17.12 Hillcrest Home, Keep, LaVera & Rose Westling 210.00 Park Hosp., Medical, Dennis Haack, 561.95 Joseph M. Rooney, M.D., Medical, Ellen T. Norton, 56.25, Percy Atkinson, 3.00, University Hospital Medical, Matilda Gade 11.77, Shirley Kissner, 29.00, George Bunton, 49.00 Rusk Drug, Medical, Bernard Gifford, 6.15, Wm. Gustin, 12.60, May Ramus, 2.90, Adel White 2.98, Audry Freye 21,55, Adel White 15.21, James Walker 7.80, Mae Ramus 11.58, Audrey Frye 25.45 Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical, Audrey Frye 9.75, Mae McLean 21.00 Dick Drug, Medical, George Jennings, 34.20 Thuente Pharmacy, Medical, Mae McLean 23.90, Mary Hentges 69.30 Medical Clinic, Medical, George Frisbie, 12.00 Dan L. Bray, M. D., Medical, Ambrose F. Vaske, 70.31 G. B. Johnston, M.D., Medical, Adeline Ternes, 55.00 John N. Kenefick, M.D., Medical, John Van Hise, 15.00 E. Egbert, M.D., Medical, George Jennings, 5.00 R. P. Bose, M.D., Medical, Caroline Jensen, 94.50 Honsbruch Drug, Medical, Angeline Gustin 4.23, Esther Steinblock 10.35, Earl Steinman, 27.36 St. Ann Hosp., Medical, SherylHarr 193.95, Nick Nemmers 174.40, Nina Still 114.15, John Thill 907.57, Ambrose Vaske 327.14, Bertha Busch 373.90, Ellen Norton 68.70, Martha Mver 17.80 Bahne K. Bahnson, D. 0., Medical, Martha Myer 17.80 B, C. Hosp. & Clinic, Medical, Alvin Lloyd 65.90, Russel Willis 47.60 Dr. Schutter & Koob, Medical, Esther Steinblock 3.00, Bernard Gifford 6.00, Wayne Myers 3.00, Marv Ramus 3.75, Ken Summers 11:.00, Glen Parcel 21.00 C. V, Lindholm, M. D., Medical, Otis Jenkins, 30.00 Palo Alto Hosp., Medical, Otto Schaller 231,05 Dr. A. J. Eason, Dental, Loreen Nelson, 9.00 Dr. M. D, Emm, Medical, State Institution 10,50 Holy Family Hosp., Medical, Caroline Jensen 327.85 Wilson Super Valu, Food, Melvin Harringa, 40.00 Vogel's Grocery, Food, Florence Bagby 40,00, Bernard Gltiord 81.00, Bernard Leeper 35.00 Cowing Food, Food, Joe Rapp, 20.00 East End Grocery, Food, Wayne Myers 45.00, Aud/. rey Frye 20,00, Glen Parcel 40.00, Floyd Salisbury 40.00 Priebe's Groc., Food, Russell Rodgers, 36.00 Hood's Cash Store, Food, John Govern 25.00 Harrisons, Clothing, Thomas Moe 4.77 Algona Good Sam. Home, Keep, Adele White 63.96, May Rfttrus 163.76 Turner Nursing Home, Keep, Lorena Nemltz, 127.50 Johnson Nursing Home, Keep, George Jennings, 33.50 Maxwell Imrle, Keep, Phyllis Solum, 86.36 Turner Nursing Home, Keep, Lorena Nemltz 131.75 Morgan Home, Keep, Lawrence Mulligan 150.00, Paul Mulligan 68.30 FAIRGROUND FUND Kossuth County Ag, Assoc., Apportionment, 4300,00 SECONDARY ROAD FUND N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas 203.66 Alg. Mun. UtU,, Utilities 34.56 M. Jos. Bradley, Trucks 8853,00 Interstate Power Co., Elec 50.00 Interstate Power Co., Elec 50,00 Emma & Minnie Stinson, R. of Way 686.00 Payroll Fund, Sec. Rd 15291.07 Vallo Naudaln, R. of W 147.00 C, L. Young, R. of W 350.00 Herman Dreesman, R. of W 343.00 Wayne & Helen Bartley, R. of W 59.50 Wilfred Stewart, R. of W 154.00 Phillip Pfeffer, Labor 17.00 Arnold Motor Supply, Parts 445.21 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies ........... 8.31 Central la. Tel., Tel 48.84 Richard Harmon, Labor 45.00 James H. Merryman, Labor & Equipment 838.00 Coop Oil Co., Fuel 6.70 Cent. la. Rural Tel., Tel 15.22 LuVerne Build. Co., Supplies 36.80 John Thompson, Labor 519.50 Algona Imp. Co., Parts 32.24 la. Elec. Supply Co., Supplies 31.78 Douglas Holmes, Labor 55.50 Palo Alto Co., Taxes 40.08 Martin Zimmerman, Repairs 15.00 Percival Motors, Repairs 23.42 Peterson Chev. Co., Parts 2.70 Michael Todd & Co. Inc., Supplies 50.58 Vernon Daley, Labor 33.00 Ft. Dodge Machine & Supply, Supplies 28.42 Quick Supply Co., Parts 381.00 Taylor Motor Co., Parts 22.75 Miller Lumber Co., Supplies 18.74 Town of West Bend, Elec. Serv 1.25 West la. Tel. Co., Tel 7.02 Mason City Blue Print, Supplies 11.37 Curtis Ind. Inc., Supplies 87.21 Fergie's Super Serv., Tires 173.00 la. Elec. Light & Pwr. Co., Elec. Serv 14.51 Cook's Welders Supplies, Supplies 23.65 All Wheel Drive Co., Parts 61.34 Greenberg Auto Supplies, Parts . . . ; 362.85 Cent. la. Tel., Tel 21.18 Premier Autoware Co,, Parts 153.50 Forrest Gilmore, Snow Removal 217.50 la. Pub. Serv. Co., Elec 5.00 C. & H. Co., Parts 1422.73 Sankey Sand & Gravel, Supplies 121.60 Town of Titonka, Elec 6.50 Larry Youngwirth, Supplies 23.60 Standard Oil, Fuel 143,03 Blanchard Lumber Co., Supplies , . . , 83,33 James H, Merryman, Bridge Projects 7187,94 Sunray D-X, Fuel 422,67 James Merryman, Equipment & Labor 32,60 Gibes-Cook Equip. Co,, • Parts & Repairs 1764,92 Swaney Equip. Co., Parts 66,43 Northern Lumber Co., Supplies 30.22 Brown Supply Co., Parts 418,73 Coop. Oil Co., Fuel 99-70 Lone Rock Coop, Tel., Tel 22.95 Barclay Go,, Supplies , . . . . 103.06 Sieg-Ft. Dodge Co., Parts 447,81 N, W. Bell, Tel 83.74 Standard Oil, Fuel 1664.46 Central la. Tel., Tel. 37.28 Algona Mach. Shop, Repairs . . . . 10.90 Upper Des Moine* Pub. Co., Signs 30.00 Johnston Automotive, Repairs 21.27 W. E. Ley, Repairs 8.97 Benson's Welding, Repairs . 11.50 United Building Center, Supplies 2.28 Algona Plbg. & Htg., Part . . 95 Advance Pub. Co., Signs 30.25 Algona Imp. Co., Parts 6.49 Farm Serv, Co., Gas 1526,27 REFUNDS^ Harold Hesvik, Erroneous Assessment... 26.73 Harry J. Bode, Erroneous Assessment . . . 11.03 Andrew C. Hanson, Erroneous Assessment. .. 12.65 E. C. Weisbrod, Erroneous Assessment.. 143.09 Robert H. Menke, Liquor License 250.00 MENTAL HEALTH Mental Health Center of North la. Services 2000.00 COUNTY FUNP. Payroll Fund, County 2614.33 Algona Mun. Util., Utilities 38.40 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas 72.80 Algona Mun. Util., Utilities 171.34 Post Office, Postage 600.00 Payroll Fund, County 7262.79 Maxine Momyer, Assists the Clerk 144.00 Donald M. Wood, Mileage 57.16 la. State Industries, Supplies 23.55 National Sheriff's Assoc., Subscription 12.50 Gordon L. Winkel, Commission 126.01 Joyce Hayden, Mileage 48.02 Culligan, Soft Water 6.50 Dr. Schutter & Koob, Blood Tests 8.25 Ralph Llndhorst, Board & Room of Pris. . . 91.30 Ralph Lindhorst, Meals & Mileage ..'.... 164.53 Bomgaars 5/10, Supplies 3.19 Pratt Elec., Supplies 14.35 Henry Mayland, Meeting 4.00 Henry Stecker, Jr., Meeting 4.00 Jerry Boekelman, Meeting 4.00 John R. Sleper, Meeting 4.00 Joe Ford, Meeting 4.00 Frank Cogley, Meeting 4.00 Florian Hellman, Meeting 4.00 Clair L. Reding, Meeting 4.00 Rapheal Mont&g, Meeting 4.00 Richard Harms, Meeting 4.00 Leo Hanselman, Meeting 4.00 Frank Rotter man, Meeting 4,00 Orville Brandt, Meeting 4.00 Lowell Underbakke, Meeting 4.00 Melvin Logemann, Meeting 4.00 Al Duddlng, Meeting 4.00 Harley Willmert, Meeting 4.00 Marvin Junkermeier, Meeting 4,00 Wm. Oldenburg, Meeting 4,00 Ted De Boer, Jr., Meeting 4.00 Archie Elbert, Meeting 4.00 Julie Baas, Meeting . . , . 4,00 Earl Zeigler, Meeting .... 4.00 Cliff Benschoter, Meeting 4.00 Louis G, Huber, Meeting 4.00 E, P. Hansen, Meeting . . . 4.00 Edward J. Elbert, Meeting 4.00 Elmer Kubly, Meeting .... 4,00 Edw. Hof. Meeting 4,00 Earl K, chambers, Meeting 4.00 Leo Hanselman, Meeting 4.00 Rapheal Montag, Meeting , . . . , 4.00 Richard Harms, Meeting 4.00 Clair L. Reding, Meeting , 4.00 Nick ArndArfer, w Meeting 4.00 Elmer Glawe, Meeting 4.00 Herman Studer, Meeting , 4.00 Dan E. Froehllch, Meeting 4,00 Joe Goetz, Meeting 4,00 Glenn Carlson, Meeting 4.0C Ervln Hildmann, Meeting 4.00 Vincent Cruise, Meeting . . . . 4.00 Glenn H. Larsen, Meeting 4.00 Donald Ringsdorf, Meeting 4.00 W. J. Steward, Meeting . . . 4.00 Lloyd H, Bartlett, Meeting 4.00 Louis Wlngert, Meeting 4.00 Lewis Bosma, Meeting . . . 4.00 Alfred Melz, Meeting . . , . 4.00 Stephen R. TJaden, Meeting 4.00 Leander Vaske, Meeting 4.00 Glenn Larsen, Meeting 4.00 Donald Ringsdorf, Meeting 4.00 W. J. Steward, Meeting . • . 4.00 Lloyd H. Bartlett, Meeting 4.00 Clarence Schutjer, Meeting 4.00 Donald Strayer, Meeting 4.00* Q, A, BJustrom, Meeting 4.00 Melvin Alt, Meeting 8.00 James Dodds, Meeting .... 8.00 Hutzell's, Supplies 8.44 Koch Bros., Supplies .... 4.83 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas 239.10 Cowan's, Supplies 7.40 Lindsay, Supplies 32.95 Del Chemical, Supplies 125.64 Don Bocken Supply, Supplies 17.00 Bowman's Small Engines, Repairs 10.00 N. W. Bell, Tel., 299.48 N. W. Bell, Tel 5.45 Jenkins-Fergemann Co., Supplies . . . 63.88 Matt Parrott & Sons, Supplies 94.98 Koch Bros., Supplies 21.05 Fidlar & Chambers Co., Supplies 26.73 NCR Co., Supplies ..... 315.30 Blossom Ins. Agency, Bonds 20.00 KLGA, Announcement 13.80 Drs. Schultz & Schultz, Blood Tests 20.00 Bancroft Register, • Proceedings 102.73 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Proceedings. . 116.30 Advance Pub. Co., Proceedings 102.73 Swea City Herald, Statements 216.00 Advance Pub. Co., Notices 14.42 Bancroft Register, . Notices 36.00 Addressograph, Sup. . . . 3.35 Kossuth Co. Treas., Bounty 44.59 Gordon L. Winkel, Expenses 182.87 PAYROLL FUND J. W. Burnett, Co. Home 165.59 Nora Burnett, Co. Home 165.59 Wendell Warwick, Co. Home 145.87 Alma Warwick, Co. Home 145.87 L. C. Rovn, Probation.... 149.05 Kenneth Richardson, Probation 128.93 Dr. Richard Snyder, Med, Examiner 83.76 Lola Scuffham, Registrar 22.17 A. M. Kollasch, Meetings & Mileage 493.82 Garry McDonald, Meetings & Mileage 441.26 John H. Rode, Meetings & Mileage 511.06 L. A, Newbrough, Meetings & Mileage 412.52 Charles Plathe, Meetings & Mileage 498.87 H. M. Smith, Engineer. , .658.21 John Fraser, Asst. Engineer 477,05 Hazel Anllker, Deputy.... 238.26 Tommy Aaron, Inspector 345.12 James Hoffmann, Rodman 159.28 Ed Blanchard, Labor. , ,. 340.96 Clifford Holmes, Labor,,. 334.05 George Kockler, Labor,., 361,44 Ben Metzger, Labor. , , , 358.32 Roelf Miller, Labor 337.49 ' Delmar Plathe, Labor. . . 332.69 Leo Ramus, Labor. . . . 353,37 Robert Schueler, Labor, . 308.91 Gerald Wibben, Labor. , , 344.08 Raymond Baade, Labor,., 300,79 Clifford Blanchard, Labor 302.83 Noble Crouch, Labor. , . . 337.49 Alvin Ewing, Labor. .... 266.43 Dale Helmers, Labor 329,46 Don Hainzinger, Labor. ,. 353,17 Richard Hoberer, Labor,. 317,58 Earl Johns, Labor 340,92 J. G. Krebsbach, Labor.., 181.75 A, J. Kollasch, Labor. .,, 353,72 Ralph Markla, Labor. . , . 316,38 Urban Neuroth, Labor, , . 303.26 Marcell Reding, Labor. ..221,04 Elmer Ricks, Labor 319.85 George Studer, Labor,,., 337.69 John Schueler, Jr., Labor. . , 290.15 Charles Thompson, Labor 332,33 George Weringa, Labor,,, 315.84 Cyril Wagner, Labor... , 358.46 Erich WUlrett, Labor, .,. 308,78 Orville, Wetland, Labor , , , 326.78 James Walker, Labor,,., 399,43 C. E. Zaugg, Labor. . . .^87.35 Henry zwtefcl, Labor.... 323.60 T. B. FUNP. Dr. D. L. Fritz, Inspection. 10.00 Dr. 3. L. Crouch, Inspection.« .. ; « 43.50 Dr, Culltn Alexander, : Inspection 18,50 Dr. E, J, capeslus, ' inspection. 32.00 Dr. H. H. Raney, Inspection. - 6.00 Dr. D. J. Shey,Inspection..26.00 Dr. R. E. Weber, Inspection. • • .14.50 Dr. Andrew J, Gotten, Inspection. ,. 38.50 Dr. J. T. Walte, Inspection 35,50 Dr. Jay D. Rush, inspection 48.00 Dr. Hans J. Seytfert, inspection. . , 37,50 COURT FUND payroll Fund, Court Payroll 1396.12 Leo J. Cassel, Court Fees 50.00 Delia Welter, J. P 19.00 Ralph W, Lindhorst, Mileage 7,59 DRAINAGE FUND Kruse Engineering, Dr, Trl84 191.83 John Thompson, Dr, 4, ... 4.00 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 4 Lat 24 502,29 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 5 22.50 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 5 747.22 John Thompson, Dr. 72. . . 4.00 John Thompson, Dr. 83... 115.00 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. 96 22.50 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 96 556.21 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt; Dr. 99 12.50 John Thompson, Dr. 133... 17.00 James H. Merryman,. Dr. 185 682.00 Marvin Hagedorn, Dr. HK 2. . 1032.00 Kruse Engineering, Dr. WK 35-89 Lat 5 37.85 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, Dr. WK 35-89 Lat 35 3.11 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Reiners Nursing Home, Keep 240.00 Alma Leegaard, Keep. ... 100.00 John Tielebein, Keep. . . 10.4.36 Tommy Dale Home, Keep 354.00 Mental Health Institute, Keep . 23,055.38 On motion adjournment was taken until May 20, 1965. ATTEST: - - • •MARC MOORE, COUNTY AUDITOR A. M. KOLLASCH, CHAIRMAN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS POOR FUND RECEIPTS (Received in April) Gerald E. Meier, On Carrie Meier Account.... 453.97 John Romer, On acct. . . . 17.80 BOARD PROCEEDINGS THIRTEENTH DAY,May20,1965 SPECIAL APRIL SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present, were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, & John Rode, Charles Plathe, Lawrence Newbrough and Garry McDonald. Absent: none. Motion by Plathe and seconded by Newbrough that a special audit be made on School Budgets for years 1962-1963. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion made by McDonald and' seconded by Newbrough that Liquor Permit (Class "C") be issued to Harold Van Allen effective June 1, 1965. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On . motion adjournment was taxen until May 26, 1965. ATTEST; MARC MOORE, COUNTY AUDITOR A. M. KOLLASCH, CHAIRMAN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BOARD PROCEEDINGS FOURTEENTH DAY, May 26, 1,965 SPECIAL APRIL SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment, Those' present were A, M. Kollasch, Chairman, and Charles Plathe, John Rode, Garry McDonald and Lawrence Newbrough, Absent: none. Motion by Rode and seconded by Plathe that contract for grading projects 574-575 & 576 be awarded to M, T.-McGuire & Sons, Inc., Algona, Ayes: all. Nays: none,' Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that contract for grading projects 577.578579-580-581 & 582 be awarded to Faber Construction Co.,. Algona. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald 6 seconded by Newbrough that contract tor grading projects 583 & 584 Div, n be awarded G, J, Van De Riet & Sons, Inc.. Fairmont, Minn. Ayes.! all. Nays: none, Motion carried, On motion adjpurnmeat was taken until June i, 1965, --- ATTEOTs ~~ MARC MOORE. COUNTY AUDITOR A. M, KOLLASCH, CHAIRMAN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

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