The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1965 · Page 5
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(Continued From Last Page) Spencer Grocer Co., Supplies ....«.,. Hood's Super Valu, Food Consl. Creameries, Food 18.90 79.68 Finn's Bakery, Food . 133.10 . 78,85 , 127.15 . 85.86 . 235.71 . . 6.61 . . . 7.12 . 225.81 400.33 104.30 . 27.00 . . 60.00 1010.84 . 77.66 379.26 Ramus 161.76, Adele White 62.51. Johnson Nursing Home, Keep: George Jennings 33.50. Turner Nursing Home, Keep: Lorena Nemltz 114,75. Kathleen's Custodial Home, Keep: George Kelley 55.05. Minerva Curtis, Keep: Eva Morris 92.00. Morgan Home, Keep: Paul Mulligan 68.30, Lawrence Mulligan 150.00. Hancock Mem. Hospital, Medical: Darlene Elsbecker 51.25. Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical: Mae McLean 14.00, Audry Frye 13.50, Karen Chrlstensen, 16.50. L. W. Nitchals, Attorney . .10.00 Jos. M. Rooney, M. D., Exam. Phys 7.50 Leo J. Cassel, Attorney . . 7.50 Gaylord Shumway, Attorney 10.00 Tuesday, August 24, 1965 Algeria (la.) Upper Des Molnet—S COURT FUND Payroll Fund, Court. .. 1,418.31 Joseph J. Straub, Services '. . 200.00 Delia Welter, J. P. Fee . . 10.00 Ralph Llndhorst, Mileage 12.00 Milton G. Norton, J. P. Fees 8.00 Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage 2.00 ROAD CLEARING FUND Standard Oil, Spray 337.50 Quaker Oats Co., Spray... 337.15 Swaney Equip. Co., Parts 1,028.04 REFUNDS Mrs. Harm Helmers, Dog License 2.00 There were no Poor Fund receipts turned Into the Treasurer for the month of June I I I 1 DISALLOWED BILLS E. J. Sonnenberg, Dr. 7, . 80.00 Algona Locker, Butchering . . .. Booth Fisheries, Food . M. & J. R. Hakes, Food Harrison's, Food . . . S. &. L., Clothing .... Farm Serv. Co., Fuel Lone Rock Coop. Exch., Feed Whlttemore Elevator, Feed Montgomery Ward, Cooker John Johannesen, Stanchions Payroll Fund, Poor Mrs Harm H pimprs State of Iowa, Disabled . . 77.66 £Tu"L ' 2 00 M ° tiOn by McDonald and State of Iowa] Blind . . . 379.26 °° e L1Ce " Se ' ° °nded by Rode that refund be State of Iowa, RETIREMENT FUND allowed Mrs. Harm Helmers for Emergency 227.57 IPERS, 2nd Quarter . . . 5,440.70 dog license assessed twice. Ayes: State of Iowa, IPERS, 2nd Quarter 573.41 a" Nays: none. Motion carried. Dep. Children 1887.37 IPERS, 2nd Quarter 382.38 Motion by Newbrough ande Marvel Immerfall, SOCIAL SECURITY, Motion by Newbrough and sec- Mileage 26.60 2nd Quarter 6,067.36 onded by Rode that N. Kossuth Chester Cook, Sr., Rent, SOCIAL SECURITY, Golf Club be issued a Class Larry Reefer 45.00 2nd Quarter 593.89 "B" Beer permit effective July John Joe Welp, Rent; SOCIAL SECURITY, 1- 1965. Ayes: all Nays: none. Joe Bednarz 45.00 2nd Quarter 396.03 Motion carried. Lloyd Dixon, Rent: Motion by Plathe and seconded Albert Cutler 25.00 SOLDIERS RELIEF FUND by Newbrough that Class "B" Keck Inc., Freight 3.11 Chas. Schrader, Rent 15.00 Beer permit be issued Columbia Martin Funeral, Mileage: Home Federal Savings, Hall Assoc. for year 1965-66. Otto Schaller 5.00 Rent 102.00 Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion D-X Oil Co., Fuel: Clarence Vaske, Rent .... 80.00 carried. Geo. Frisbie 40.70 Mrs. E. Behnkendorf, Motion by Rode and seconded Town of Bancroft, Elec: Rent 30.00 by McDonald that 2nd quarterly Joe Bednarz 15.74 Alg. Mun. Utll., Utilities .. 10.71 reports of Auditor, Recorder, N. Cent. Pub.Serv.,Gas... 16.74 Clerk and Sheriff be approved. N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas: Fergie's Thermogas, Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion Lorraine Nelson 4.22 Fuel .'.... 24.00 carried. K & H Coop. Oil Co., Fuel i a . El'ec. Light & Pw'r!,'' Motion by Rode and seconded Bernard Gifford 12.53 E1 ' ec .'...", '.'..113.84 by Newbrough that budgets of Fergie's Thermogas, Fuel: Standard Oil', Fuel ...... 15.00 Aid to Blind ($3786.50), Aid to Joe Bednarz 6.85 Dr Harold g'rickson ^P- Children ($30,769.50), and Alg. Mun. Util., Utll.: Services ' 4.00 Aid to Disabled ($2322.50) be Loreen Nelson 4.84 Welp DrU g Medical .'. '.... 3o!l6 approved. Ayes: all -Nays: none. Joseph M. Rooney, M. D. Hancock Co. Mem. Hosp., Motion carried. Medical: Stephen Smith 132.75, Medical . 98.95 Motion by McDonald and sec- Percy Atkinson 5.25, Linda Hall Luthi Hom g F i' n 'd.'soc!,' ' ' ' onded by Newbrough that Xeroz 45.00 Keep' '. . . 65.00 Copy Machine be installed in Holy Family Hosp., Medical: Ron &'Jack's', Food'.!'.!. 30.00 Recorder's Office at a charge Matilda McFarland 139.25, National Tea' Food '. '. '. '. . 42.00 of $ 95 P er month subject to 15 Cennia Peterson 536.60. Droessler's Mkt. Food'.'.'. 8s]99 day cancellation notice. Ayes: Drs. Schutter & Koob, Medical: Marvel Immerfall ' ' ^ Nays: none. Motion carried. Glen Parcel 3.75, Bernard Gif- Mileage . ' 20.91 Motion by Newbrough and sec- ford 3.00. Elbert's Enco.'serv.', 'c'as.'. 4.'e4 onded by Rode that 2ndQuarterly Park Hospital, Medical: Directory Serv. Supplies.. 27.00 reports of the following be app- Ella Govern 515.00 jerry Rabiner Mem. Ranch, roved. Ayes: all Nays: none. Rusk Drug, Medical: Keep 125.00 Motion carried. Eva Morris 9.60, Tom De- Ralph'p'arson'sl Keep .'.'.'. lo!sO Milton J. Norton, J. P., Algona vine 10.10, Adel White 23.21. Christian Home Assoc., N. J. Nemmers.J. P., Bancroft Mae Ramus 6.81, Audrey Frye Keep' .''. . 120.00 Wm - J. Finn . Mayor, Algona 21.35, Wm. Gustin 12.07. Howard Andrews/Meeting.. 7.80 Dr. Egbert, Medical: Lee Da vidson, Meeting . . . 8.50 Motion by Newbrough and sec- Geo. Jennings 5.00. David Smith Meeting .... 5.00 onded by Rode that Semi-Annual M. G. Bourne, M. D., Medical: Marvel Immerfall, ' Settlement of Kossuth County be Wm. Gustin 25.50, John VanHise clerical Work . . ! 140.00 approved and published by the 37.5C. Auditor. Ayes: all Nays: none. St. Ann Hospital, Medical: BANGS FUND Motion carried. Linda Hall 129.65. Robert Heifner Motion by Rode and seconded la. Luth. Hospital, Medical: Indemnity . . .' 62.50 by Newbrough that salaries in the Susan Zwagerman 250.00. Robert Rake] indemnity . '. 37^50 Treasurer's Office be approved T. J. Egan, M. D., Medical: Dr> D L ^ p r jt z as submitted by the County Joe Bednarz 12.00. Ins'pect}o'n . 21.50 Treasurer. Ayes: all. John J. Lesiak, M. D., Medical: Dr. Alexander Cullen, Mary K. Sands, Deputy, $4,837.50 Simon Richs 16.00, Kenneth inspection 17.50 Doris Fergusen,Deputy,4,837.50 Summers 18.00. Dr A> E| siekmeier, Verna Aldrich, Clerk, 4,192.50 C. V, Lindholm, M. D., Medical: jnspectio'n 13.50 Mildred Butzke, Clerk, 4,192.50 Matilda McFarland 18.00, Cennia Dr. D J.Shey,Inspection. .23.50 Phyllis Olson, Clerk, 3,120,00 Peterson 81.75. Dr ' t R | E ' f We ber, Rose Olson, Clerk, 3,120.00 R. H. Thompson, Medical: Inspectio'n . . . ' 26.50 Martha Gifford 100.00. Dr . A. J. Gotten, Honsbruch Drug, Medical: Inspection 16.50 Stephen Smith 85.14. Dr T J Lensing Motion by Newbrough and sec- Ronald Taylor, Blood: Inspection 17.50 onded by McDonald that Deputy John Van Hise 25.00. Dr W B Redman, Jr., Salaries be approved as sub- Vogel's Grocery, Food: Inspection 8,50 mltted by the County Auditor. Bernard Gifford 35.00, Bernard ' Ayes: all. Leeper 35.00, Dr. J. l.wane, ^ Jacqueline Muller, $5,160.00 Cowing Food, Food: '" ,TATF TNS-riTUTiON ' D ° nald D ' Jorgensen - * 5 ' 160 ' 00 Bertha Busch 15.00, Joe Rapp STATE INSTITUTION 20.00, Joe Bednarz 45,00. Cherokee County, Motion by McDonald and sec- H R, Zumach & Son, Food: Insanity Hearing 85.20 onded by Rode tnat sa i ary of Myrtle Frost 65.00. . Tommy Dale Home, Deputy in the Clerk's office be Ron & Jack's Food- Keep ' ' ' <354 '°° approved. Ayes: all. Wm Gustin 20 00 John Tielebein > Keep .... 33.13 Elizabeth Galbraith, $4,837.50 D 1 t n n. B-^H. Alma Leegaard Home, Roger Long, Food: ° mo nn Larry Reefer 17.00. Keep Motion by Newbrough and sec- Maxwell Imrie, Kee; Phyllis Me " tal Health lnstitute ' onded by McDonald that the Re- Solum 42 2' p ' wv,«r (-order's Deputy salaries beapp- Hillcrest' Home, Keep: Rose Jos. M. Rooney, M. D., roved as submitted, Ayes: all. \Wstiine 420 00 Exam ' Phys ° Mary Ilia Kisch, $4,837,50 m. Hom ge<4 Keep: May ^ *• C««l, Attorney . . 7.50 Kll j r& Espe , H8 ,j. M Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Plathe that the salary of the janitors be raised $50 per month effective July 1, 1965. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Rode and seconded by Newbrough that the County road men be raised $.20 per hour effective July 1, 1965. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Plathe that John D. Fraser be raised to $650 per month, Tommy Aaron be raised to $450 per month, Hazel Anliker be raised to $400 per month and H. M. Smith be raised to $1000 per month. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Rode that the Salaries of the Deputy Sheriff's be set. as follows: Donald M. Wood, $5,950 Larry Hudson, $5,600 Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Rode that Marvel Immerfall be raised to $310 per month. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Rode and seconded by Newbrough that the Drainage Clerk, Arnold Aldersonbe raised to $6,000 per year. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Rode that the County Farm Employee's be raised $50 per month per couple. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that the Weed Commissioners Salary be set at $.15 per hour raise. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until July 15, 1965. ATTEST: MARC MOORE, KOSSUTH CO. AUDITOR, A. M. KOLLASCH, CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. BOARD PROCEEDINGS TWENTIETH DAY JULY 15, 1965 SPECIAL JUNE SESSION 1965 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, and John Rode, Charles Plathe, Lawrence Newbrough and Garry McDonald. Absent: None. Motion by Rode and seconded by McDonald that Gas bid be awarded to Cities Serv. Oil Co., Algona, at .0559 discount to the • County. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that the County Farm Barn roof be repaired by Bowman Builders of Algona at $1496.22. Ayes: all, Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Plathe and seconded by Newbrough that Ricky Lynn Struecker be placed in Woodward or Foster Home in Mallard at a cost of $115 and the family to pay $30 per month. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until July 20, 1965. ATTEST: Marc Moore, Kossuth Co. Auditor, A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, Bd. of Superv. BOARD PROCEEDINGS TWENTY-FIRST DAY July 20, 1965 The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were A. M. Kollasch, Chairman, and Garry McDonald, John Rode, Lawrence Newbrough and Charles Plathe. Absent: none. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Plathe that Class "A" Liquor Permit be granted the Algona Country Club. Ayes: all Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until August 2,1965. ATTEST: MARC MOORE. KOSS. CO. AUDITOR, A.M. KOLLASCH, Chairman, Board of Supervisors. GEHL HI-THROW FILLS ANY SIZE SILO Whatever the size of your silo, the new Gehl Hi-Throw Blower can fill it with power to spare. Blasts over 60 tons an hour without plugging, without unnecessary slowdowns. Fan adjusts to reduce air loss. Rim sheet adjusts for straight-line blowing. Rim and fan blades made of abrasion-resistant metal. Special cutoff at outlet eliminates wedging and fan-drag. Plus... new features: Water hose intake to add moisture when needed. Recessed wheels for easier positioning of forage box. "Quick-touch" leveling adjustment allows fast set-up of the blower on uneven ground. Make us Prove it *Hti a Demonstration I JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South of Algona Hotel - ALGONA, IA.

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