• ____________ TTTOIVKA TOPIC Official Newspaper of Titonka, Iowa 50480 PHILIP j. JAREH, Poblisher Second Class Postage Pakj At Titonka, Iowa Published Each Thursday SUBSCRIPTION RATES, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE *°*SP f £! A Surroun <fcng Iowa Counties, $4.00 per year All Other United States Addresses, $5.00 per year All subscrlpttons-going to points within the county and Titonka trade territory are considered continuing yearly uons to be discontinued only upon notice from or at the publisher's discretion. MEMBER Anocltllon • Foundtd 1885 Alqona Implement Co., Inc. Algona Yamaha Jim Bemis, Owner For the latest models in Yamaha motorcycles, see ALGONA YAMAHA on Highway 169 North in Algona, phone 295-7266. Here they feature new and used motorcycles and parts for your old machine. They buy and sell all types of motorcycles. The popularity of these motorcycles has widened throughout the nation in recent years and now more people arc riding them than ever before. Due to the many advantages of this machine, we can feel free to say that it is one of llie best buys on the market today. They will give you more mileage per gallon of gas as well as longer, more dependable service. This company will service your old motorcycle and replace worn out parts. They believe in pleasing the customer, and in doing so, they offer many advantages in their services that arc unequalled elsewhere. The editors of this 1975 Review are sure you will be pleased with the values here. Ask them about their large selection of trail bikes, just made for hard work on the farm or ranch. ALGONA LIVESTOCK AUCTION and EXCHANGE Don and Sandy Prilipp, Owners To receive the best service and results in the sale of your livestock, it it generally accepted that it pays to do business with the ALGONA LIVESTOCK AUCTION & EXCHANGE on Highway 169 North in Algona, phone 295-7273. This reliable concern has served the stockmen of this district most effectively and always with a marked degree of satisfaction. They seek to find the most advantageous market for their livestock, and that they have been successful is evidenced by the increasing number of people who are doing business with this firm. They offer both the buying and selling public a real service. Tliis firm is a progressive organization, having the confidence of the people throughout this section. The writers of this 1975 Review suggest stockmen of this district that in selling their livestock, they can do no better than contact the ALGONA LIVESTOCK AUCTION & EXCHANGE. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE COMPANY You'll be delighted with the huge variety of furnishings that meets your eye when you shop at BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE COMPANY, located at 213 East State Street in Algona, phone 295-3837. Delighted, because when you look for furniture that's just right for your home, you know you're going to find it here. You'll find the right design available in the style and color you desire at a price you can afford. Nothing is more satisfying than buying new furniture, except buying furniture at BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE COMPANY, for they offer the utmost in satisfaction and prestige for your home. Smart lines in furniture are almost as important as ultra comfort and this firm will show you furniture that is designed for both. Here you can choose furniture for genuine living. Go in today and see the furniture dial's just right for your home and family. You'll like the furniture you buy here and you'll like the budget terms too. We, the copyists of this 1975 Review, recommend this fine furniture store to all of our readers. Bill Hall and Walt Hall, Owners The ALGONA IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC. at 1417 Commercial Street in Algona, phone 295-3501, does its part to further the agricultural interests of the community by supplying the well-known International Harvester line of farm machinery at the lowest prevailing prices. They are your local certified service dealer for International Harvester. They endeavor to see that you receive satisfactory service from items which you purchase by rendering an exceptional repair service to their customers. The great International Harvester line did a great deal to develop the United States and has always provided the latest improved farm machinery that will do the work in the least time, at tha lowest cost. They have invented more labor saving farm machinery than any other company, and have always been in advance of competition. This leading manufacturer is well represented by the ALGONA IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC. who spares no pains to serve you to the best advantage with the latest in dependable farm machinery. Recommending them to all our readers of this 1975 Review, we the writers, feel it is indeed a pleasure. Kossuth Asphalt Company Ed Reding — Frank Wagner — Bill Hill — Owners Maurice Reding, Plant Manager The KOSSUTH ASPHALT COMPANY is located at 401 Diagonal in Algona, phone 2957371 (General Office) or 2952958 (Plant Office) (if no answer, phone 332-4365, Hunboldt). They arc contractors for all types of asphalt paving including driveways, streets, parking lots, etc. When you have paving laid, you want it to be durable and last for years. T.\ere is a great Kirk's Shoe Store Helen Kirkland, Owner Ladies, when you shop for footwear, you want to find shoes that fit more than just your feet. Your shoes should fit the way you live, the way you look, the way you act and the way you think. One of die nicest ways to find elegant new shoes designed especially to compliment your total "life style, " is to slip into the quality footwear on display at KIRK'S SHOE STORE. Here you will find friendly, helpful personnel who always do their best to show you the kind of footwear that you want for today's total image; shoes that not only fit your feet, but also fit your personality. So stop in at KIRK'S SHOE STORE the next time you're in Algona. They are located at 101 East State j phone 295-5620. They cany only high quality brand names such as Enna Jetticks, Vogue, Hush Puppies and Orchids for women, and for children Jumping Jacks, Story Book, Fantasy, Keds, Hush Puppies, LaCrosse and Converse. We, the editors of this 1975 Review, suggest that you make this progressive shoe store headquarters for your "life style" f ootwe ar. Donald Buffington of Forest City had back surgery at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn, on Monday morning. His room number is 2-107. Leslie Uken, Lang Asa, Kris Wilbeck, Janet Bcngston, Brenda Wubben and Evelyn Moore are attending Methodist Confirmation Camp at Clear Lake this week. Donald Baade was taken by ambulance to St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn, on Monday for treatment and observation. .Titonka News Mrs. Harry Beed entertained the bridge club on Tuesday afternoon in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Huisinga and Scott of Britt were Thursday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga. Mr. and Mrs. John Wclhousen spent several days visiting in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeSalvo and Deana at Plymouth, Wis. They were also guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Elwood at Chicago, 111. over the 4th of July. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beed and Mrs. Bessie Tryon were 4th of July visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Trees at Spirit Lake. Mr. Pete Voogd of Buffalo Center was a Saturday evening visitor in the home Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Hove. Mrs. Bill Peterson entered Mercy Hospital in Mason City on Monday for a check up. Mrs. Irma Doege of Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal, Janet Huesman of Des'Moines, Mrs. Roger Wubben and Nikki were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rafdal at Ankeny. The occasion was in honor of Lance's 1st birthday* Mrs. Don Earris left for her home in Ohio on Monday after spending a week visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Orthel. *********************************** 9th ANNUAL licken Barbecue and Park Benefit Dance WODEN PARK Saturday, July 12 Serving 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. J Adults: $2.25 Children under 12: $1.50 - FREE DANCE 9:00 p.m. Drawing for PORTABLE TV * jf jf * jf jf x>• 3f * * * * * * * * To Be Given Away EVERYONE WELCOME - — Sponsored by — WODEN COMMERCIAL CLUB ********************************** deal of skill required to lay a paving properly and when you contract with this well thought of contractor to do any work you can be assured of an expert job and only the best in materials. If you have a dirt driveway or parking lot that is always muddy and hard to get in and out of when it rains, call them for an estimate to have it laid with paving that will last. They will complete their contract in the shortest time possible and you need not be inconvenienced in having to wait a long time in getting your work done. In the 1975 Review we, the editors, take great pleasure in highly recommending the KOSSUTH ASPHALT COMPANY to all our readers. When you need a first class paving contractor, be sure to call this reputable contractor. Mr. and Mrs. Menno Fuls, Mr. and Mrs. George Boekelman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redcnius, Mrs. Heyo Boekelman, Mr. anil Mrs. Harold Boekelman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schaffer, all of Britt, were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Boekelman at Britt for a picnic on July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Seaton and Sarah were visitors from June 13 to 22 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Seaton in Horseshoe Bend, Ark. and with Dr. and Mrs. Russell Wolfe, who were vacationing in their home at Horseshoe Bend. The week was enjoyed swimming, boating, golfing, playing tennis and being with our families. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS Titonka Consolidated School District, Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties. I do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for the quarter ending June 30, 1975. /s/ HAROLD E. GARTNER, Secretary. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhouse Fund Balance from Previous Quarter $ 18,060.35 Total Receipts for Quarter 8,872.88 Total to Account for $ 26,933.23 Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter 3, 665. 50 Balance at End of Quarter $ 23,267.73 General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter $128,482.98 Total Receipts for Quarter 149,459.42 Total to Account for $277,942.40 Expenditures Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter. . . . $111,473.53 (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) Other warrants Issued — amount .... 49,126.83 Total Expenditures $160,600.36 Balance at End of Quarter $117,342.04 fief fop swine profits ^^^VM^H^^M^V^^^ Maximum profits are what the CO-OP Swine Meat Market Program offers. Here is a program that will fulfill your feeding needs, utilize your feedstuffs and facilities, and at the same time make you more money. The CO-OP Meat Market Feeding Program available at Farmers Co-op Elevator is designed to meet the needs of your total hog feeding operation. By starting baby pigs on CO-OP Litter Fritters, you are feeding a precision formulated feed with all the Ingredients needed to get your pigs eating and growing In a hurry. When they reach ten pounds, switch them to CO-OP Pig Starter, the starter feed that takes up where Litter Fritters leave off. Then utilize your own grain and CO-OP 40% Hog Concentrate, for a finishing ration that's economical, but more Important, power-packed to give you the gains you're looking for. This is just one of the options In CO-OP's Swine Program. Stop by Farmers Co-op Elevator soon and get the complete story. "HAIL DOWN EXTRA PROFITS" with Farmers Co-op Elevator Phone 928-2515 Titonka THE TITONKA TOPIC July 10,1975 — Pice 3 — SUMMARIZED PROCEEDINGS PERTAINING TO FINANCIAL MATTERS AND EXPENSES OF THIS QUARTER $21,000.00 of the Schoolhouse Fund balance as shown above _, is invested with the Titonka Savings Bank. $115,000.00 of the General Fund balance as shown above Is invested with the Titonka Saving Bank. LIST OF WARRANTS (except salaries) Schoolhouse Fund Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid, For What Amount Davenport Bank G Trust Co. } Interest $ 318. 75 lowa-Des Moines National Bank; Interest 1,445.00 Titonka Savings Bank; Interest 1,513.00 Valley National Bank; Interest 388. 75 TOTAL. . . $ 3,665.50 General Fund Anderson Implement Co.; Mower and repairs $ 808.23 Amoco Oil Company; Gas 128.73 Acme Chemical Company; Supplies 115.00 Area III Materials Center; Supplies. . 113.75 Armstrong Community School; Room rent 22.00 Algona Publishing Co.; Ad 2. 95 American Playground Device Co.; Repairs loioo Artz& Merritt; Supplies laioO Advanced Systems, Inc.; Supplies 126.83 Ames Community School; Fee 10. 00 The Austad Company; Supplies 118.40 Artista Corporation; Books 195.60 The American School Board Journal; Magazine. ... 9e! 00 Bankers Life Co.; Insurance 1 530.14 Beed Hardware, Inc.; Supplies Tom Bergstrom; Meals Bavarian Haus Restaurant G Motel; Room Burstein-Applebee Co.; Repairs BFA Educational Media; Books Central Scientific Co.; Supplies City of Titonka; Water and pool use Clearing Account; IGE fee Carolina Biological Supply Co.; Supplies Francis Culbertson; Straw Crescent Electric Supply Co.; Supplies Lea Clausen; Supplies Decker Audio-Visual, Inc.; Repairs Dictaphone Corp.; Machine Don's Kleen-King Sales; Supplies Earl Draper & Sons, Inc.; Supplies Educational and Industrial Testing Service; Supplies Farmers Co-op Oil Co.; Fuel, oil and grease . . . Frank D. Fisher; Repairs 124.81 6.96 34.00 15.98 14.47 93.54 733.49 48.00 17.51 15.00 294.61 2.45 117.90 289.00 78.56 43.40 42.82 2,380. 90 54.56 Farmers Cooperative Elevator; Coal 5,516.76 G& H Motor Parts; Repair and supplies 70.74 Raymond F. Gaul; Mileage 101.59 Harold E. Gartner; Mileage and postage. 61.54 Larry Goodrich; Meals and speaking 59.28 Grippen Paper, Inc.; Supplies 568. 50 Bruce Giesking; Mowing 15.75 U.S. Government Printing Office; Publications ... 34.60 Betty Gartner; Mileage 38.57 Joyce Giesking; Mileage 18.05 Globe Gazette; Ad . . 3.22 Huber Supply Company, Inc.; Supplies 63. 37 Hamilton Auto Body & Glass; Repairs 320.70 Steve Hurst; Mileage 88.15 Huisman's DX Station; Gas 26. 35 Huntington Laboratories, Inc.; Supplies 389.25 Hofbauer's; Potting soil 2.75 Hough ton Mifflin Company; Books 88.42 Josten's Library Supplies; Supplies 353.35 Kenneth Isebrand; Washing buses 29.00 Iowa Association of School Boards; Dues G publications '' 320.00 Interstate Power Co.; Light and power 1,908.20 Iowa Employment Security Commission; S.S. tax . . 6,256.35 Iowa Public Employees Retirement System; Retire, tax 3,657.23 Josten's; Covers 41.88 Iowa Lakes Community College; Career Education. . 1,090.00 Paul Janssen; Cleaning 35. 20 Iowa Parcel Service, Inc.; Freight 2.70 Iowa Sports Supply Co.; Equipment 631.56 Marvin R. Hoskey; Supplies 30.00 Krafft Music Inc.; Music 263.13 Klipto Printing & Office Supply Co.; Supplies .... 19! 07 Key Publications; Publications 14. 20 Ley Motor Co.; Repairs and wagon 5,631.55 Dr. John Lesiak; Exams J.S. Latta & Son; Supplies Lathem Time Recorder Co.; Recorder Metropolitan Supply Co.; Supplies and equipment Marv's K G H Service; Repairs Marshall and Swift, Inc.; Cleaning Monroe Company; Table legs Missouri-Kansas Chemical Co.; Supplies Mclntyre Productions, Inc.; Books Mid West Carbon Co.; Supplies Charles E. Merrill Publishing Co.; Supplies . . . Northwest Office, Inc.; Supplies and equipment . Donald Norland; Hauling refuse Michael Nuss; Mileage Noble Industries, Inc.; Parts North American Chemical Co.; Mats National Education Association; Books Noll's Educational Books and Toys; Book Nu-Ball Manufacturing Co.; Supplies North Central Public Service Co.; Gas Petty Cash Fund; Postage and dumping fee .... Parker Publishing Co., Inc.; Books Postmaster; Postage and rent * Arthur Peterson; Snow removal Pyramid Paper Company, Inc.; Equipment. . . . Paramount Ceramic, Inc.; Supplies Rollie's Food Center; Supplies 14.00 485.06 224. 55 1,432.44 29.90 42.72 38.00 282.49 105.00 194.90 137.98 1,377.05 48.00 74.27 23.30 46.11 32.64 3.71 268. 55 26.00 86.29 32.89 26.00 25.00 382.01 186.50 16.84 Standard Oil Co.; Gas 1 131.67 Sun Oil Co.; Gas ' ' ' Steve Schroeder; Repairs Stevenson-Edwards & Assoc., Inc.; Service Sioux City Music Supply; Music Sportsman's of Storm Lake; Supplies . . . Sam's Glass & Radiator Service; Repairs . Wilbur Sexton; Bus pickup Sentinel; Ad Carol Sorenson; Room rent Sankey Sand & Gravel, Inc. J~Roc¥ 774.68 17.50 265.00 10.75 11.73 8.00 145.60 5.58 15.45 9.68 454.08 534.50 106.85 13.50 .43 Titonka Telephone Co.; Rent and calls The Titonka Topic; Ads, publications and supplies '. Titonka Plumbing, Heating & Supply; Repaiw . . . Titonka Fire Dept.; Repairs Taylor Motor Co.; Repairs !!!!!! Triangle School Service; Equipment and Spalls' ! | . 2,364.93 Triangle School Service; Equipment . 1 745 OR Marlene Uken; Mileage . . ; . . . . . 1,745.98 United Building Centers; Materials !.'!!!!!.'.'! West Chemical Products, Inc.; Supplies . Rod Wilbeckj Mileage .......... i | | ." i | City of Titonka; Water (balance of January billing)! ! Sub-Total .... Less voided check - Don's Tropical Fish expenditure reported on previous report 4.50 136.52 80.20 142.64 9.01 $49,129.58 . . -2.7S , „ ,, _ TOTAL $49,126.83 i, rtarold E. Gartner, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1. 2 and 3, Is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending June 30, -. .. . ' ,_ /•/ HAROLD E. GARTNER, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn before me this 7th day of July, A.D. 1975. /«/ NEAL A. BOYKEN, Notary.
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