Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Three LuVerne girls leave for Europe THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1W )_Alf*na (lewa) /UKrMM* Livefmore — Three Liver* more girts, Sherri Wondcrhr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wonderly; Trudy Row* Ing, (laughter of Dr. and Mri. T. D. Rowing; and Jane Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, have gone to Europe to attend a French school at Vichy, France. Their parents took them to Omaha on Wednesday, June 28 where they joined three other girls and left by United Airlines jet for New York City. There they were joined •by nine other midwestern girls and spent a couple of days sight seeing before flying to London, England. Their trip included several days on tour in England, crossing the English channel by boat from Southampton to Le Havre, France, enroute to their school at Vichy. They will attend classes in French language and culture half days for four weeks with afternoon and weekends as free time. They will have rented bicycles for transportation while in Vichy. Long weekend trips to Italy and Switzerland are planned with a trip on the finicular railway to Mt. Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe.. At the conclusion of their classes they will spend several days in Paris and fly home on August 7. Their chaperone is Sister M. Magdalen McLaughlin OSF, of Remsen, who was former dean of girls at Garrigan and will be teaching at Columbus High School in Waterloo this fall. Sherri will be a junior at Twin Rivers High School in Bode next year, Jane will be a junior at Garrigan High School in Algona and Trudy is a 1967 graduate of Twin Rivers. Her picture appeared in the paper previously, SILVER WEDDING A group of relatives went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Erdman Monday evening as a surprise to help them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Wooster of Bradgate, Mrs. Molly Groh, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olson, son and daughter of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Cledis Anderson of Hardy, Mrs. A. J. Honn of Humboldt, mother of Mrs. Erdmann, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Fredericksen. A social evening was spent and lunch was brought by the guests, including a decorated cake. A purse of money was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Erdmann. An afternoon guest at the Erdmann home was Mrs. Jack Shipman of Corwith. HAS 79th BIRTHDAY The following people went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Zeimet Wednesday evening, July 5 to help Mr. Zeimet celebrate his 79th birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz, Mr. and Mrs'. John Hohenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch and Mr. and Mrs. Don Rutz and Jeffrey. A social evening was spent and lunch was served. NEW DAUGHTER A girl, weight 6 Ibs. 13 ozs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weydert Saturday morning, July 8 at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. This is their first child. Grandparents are Mrs. Genevieve Weydert of Livermore and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Christensen of Humboldt. UPW WOMEN MEET Mrs. W. L. Coleman was hostess to the United Presbyterian Women at the church Wednesday afternoon with twelve members present. The President Mrs. Jessamine 'Miller conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Ralph Hindman gave the lesson. Mr. and Mr*. Donald Hefter and family of Spencer visited in the home of his mother, Mrs. Lela Heiter on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Mike Hoff mann and two children of Chicago visited overnight at daughter, Mrs. Eddie Reifli- ers at Fenton. Mr, and Mr*, Diek Cabman, Diane and Richard visited Monday evening in the Clarence Nielsen home at Lu- Verne. Mr*. Died Coleman and Diane and Mrs. James Albus, Sheila and Shelly and Mrs. Don Nelson, Donna and Laura drove to Stewartville, Minnesota Thursday where they visited in the home of their sister, Mrs. Lawrence Kellner. Mr. and Mr*. Nick J. Klein, Edwin, Marilyn and Leverna and Mr. and Mrs. James Albus, Shelia and Shelly of Humboldt were Sunday dinned guests at the Dick Coleman home. Vititer* Saturday in tht Nick J. Klein home were Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Winters family of Maple Lake, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stalzer, Marjorie, Dennis, Lori and Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Coleman, Dennis, Richard, Mrs. James Albus, Shelia and Shelly and Mrs. Don Nelson, Donna and Laura. •+0+0+00000+00000+ Lu Verne Audrey DeNio Trvdy Sberri Wondorty IIMIIMIIMIIIMIMH4MIIIIIIIIIMIMII •the home of his grandfather, the Ross Clarks, on Friday. They were enroute home from a vacation trip. His mother is the former Gwen Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reding and family spent last week at Vacation Village on West Okoboji Lake. Mrs. Hanry Monson is • medical patient at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and Ruth have been out to Chula Vista, Calif., visiting their daughter Carol and family, the Vera Sittigs. Mrs. Sylvia Kaminski of Omaha spent last week in the parental Richard Ferstl home. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson have returned home after a month's vacation trip to the West Coast. Their daughter Bonnie, Mrs. William Smith, and five children of Pacifica, Calif., returned home with them and plan to spend the rest of the summer here. They will return by train. Phyllis Gronbach of Minneapolis spent the holiday weekend in the home of her parents, the Harold Gron- bachs. Mr. and Mrs. Data Joiner attended the annual steak fry at Gotch's Park in Humboldt Monday evening, hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mickey for their employees and wives at the Mickey Ford Garage. About forty attended. Due to the coolness of the weather, they ate in the cabin after charcoaling the steaks. Waltar Harris of Fort Banning, Ga., is spending a 17 day leave with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Noble Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Staphan- son of Des Moines visited in the home of his sister, the Bill Davis home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ruby Holmos sp*nt last week in the home of her Miss Florine Weigel, Ames, spent the weekend visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burt DeNio and Holly. Miss Weigel, who is teaching in the "Headstart" program at Boone this summer, and Collyn DeNio, son of the Burt DeNios, will be married at St. Peters Catholic Church in Boone on Sept. 4. Mrs. Sula Frantz has returned home after spending the past three weeks visiting in the home of her daughter, Alberta and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and children of Moorhead, Minn. Mrs. Frantz granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy, flew her to Moorhead for the visit and Mrs. Johnson and daughter Patty accompanied Mrs. Frantz back to LuVerne. Mrs. Alberta Johnson, daughter Patty, sister, Mrs. Jewel Heinkel and mother, Mrs. Sula Frantz visited in Fort Dodge with their sister and daughter respectively, Mrs. Floyd Fisher on Wednesday. Mrs. Fisher is the former Eunice Frantz. On Friday Mrs. Johnson and Patty, Mrs. Heinkel, Mrs. Frantz, Mrs. Jack Guy and Mrs. Fisher visited in Waterloo with the Hollis Wilsons. Mrs. Wilson is the former Lois Frantz. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Easterhaus of Maryville, Mo., were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Easterhaus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau, David and Susan. Jean Casey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Casey has returned home after spending the past three weeks visiting in the home of her aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClellan and son, Chuck, of Council Bluffs. She was accompanied home by '.Mr. and Mrs. McClellan and son and by Mrs. Casey's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Massouris of Council Bluffs. While in Lu- Verne Mr. and Mrs. McClellan and son and Mrs. Massouris visited in the Carl Pergande home. Mrs. McClellan is the former Helen Pergande, daughter of the Carl Per- gandes and sister of Mrs. Casey. Church groups at LuVerne in July meetings LuVerne — Circle 1 of the WSCS of the Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon, July 5 in the home of Mrs. Raymond Nelson with 9 members answering roll call. Mrs. Duane NeaK gave devotions with the topic "Who Am I." Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer had the lesson on "Comparing us with Andrew—The average One". Lunch was served by Mrs. Nelson. Circle 2 of the WSCS of the Methodist Church met in the home of Laurine Jergensen, Wednesday afternoon, July 5 with 7 members present. Dorothy Jergensen was in charge of devotions and gave the lesson. The chairman presided over the business meeting. Roll call was answered by "What did you do the Fourth of July?" It was announced that Circle 2 is responsible for flowers for the church for the month of July. It was voted on to have auctions within the circle to add to our treasury. The auctions to be held in September, November, February and March. AT ORIENTATION Students who will be incoming freshman in the College of Agriculture at Iowa State University in September attended orientation meetings on campus last week. The two day session was devoted to aptitude and placement tests, visits with counselors, and planning their first classes for fall quarter at the University. While on campus, students and their parents lived in University dormitories and had their meals in the dorm- atory food service facilities if they so chose. Tours of departments were slated for the students in order that they might become familiar with classrooms and laboratory locations. In the evening students and parents attended fraternity and church programs. The orientation program allows students to complete requirements that would otherwise take time during Freshman Days. David .M. Ruhnke, Farm Operation, son of Mrs. Evelyn Ruhnke, of the LuVerne area attended these meetings. WEGNER REUNION The Wegner family reunion was held Sunday, July 9 in the Legion Hall at Lu- Verne with a pot luck dinner. There were 110 relatives present for the event. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harmon and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau had charge of arrangements. Prizes were given for various events. Towns represented were LuVerne, Britt, Scranton, Fenton, Humboldt, Estherville, Algona, Council Bluffs and Ottosen, Iowa, Blue Earth, Freeborn .and Mankato, Minn., Bismarck, North Dakota, Kansas City, Kansas, Fort Dodge, Indiana, and Maryville, Mo. SKIT IS GIVEN WSCS of the Evangelical United Brethren church met Thursday evening, July 7 in the basement of the church. Sunday dinner ftiaatt In the Twelve members and one home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll were Mrs. Carrolls mother, Mrs. Mary Car guest, Mrs. Wilma Baskervil* le, were present. Mrs. Marie ruiia unmier, mrs. injury i/ar- Maas gave the lesson. Films roll, sisters, Lucille Carroll of on Canada, were'shown and LuVerne, daughter, and skit was given a skit was given by Mrs. Maas, Dora Marty, Carlene Naffziger and Vera Merkle, Mrs. Naffziger presided at the business meeting. Lunch was served by the hostess, Eleanor Marty, in the appropriate colors of July, red, white and blue. GRONBACH REUNION The annual reunion of the Gronbach family was held Sunday in the American Legion Hall at Livermore. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach of LuVerne and .their daughter, Ellen, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berryhill and sons, who are visiting here from Saudi Arabia. Towns represented at the reunion were LuVerne, Livermore, Humboldt and Fort . Dodge. Mr. and Mr*. Le* Calkin*, Linda, Beverly, and Leroy visited in Cedar Falls on Sunday with Mrs. Calkins sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Blanchard and children, 'Mr. and Mrs. Calkins took their niece and nephew, who have been staying with them in LuVerne for a week back to Cedar Falls. Gary, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Youngwirth of Lu- Verne, student at American Institute of Business in Des Moines has been elected to corresponding secretary of Phi Theta Pi, International Honor Business Fraternity, at a recent meeting. Requirements for election to this office are superior scholarship, leadership, personality, and character. The American Institute of Business is fortunate in having him as a student and Phi Theta Pi is proud of him as a brother. Mrs. Ronald Clark and son, Ryan of Enid, Okla., left Wednesday morning for their home after spending 10 days visiting in the home of Mrs. Clajjk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ^Dennis Carroll and other rel- l *5lives and friends. Mrs. dark is the former Rosemary Carroll. Her husband is stationed at Vance Airforce Base as a jet pilot. grandson, 'Mrs. Ronald Clark and Ryan, Enid, Okla,; .sons and families, Mr. & Mrs. Tom Carroll and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Carroll and children of LuVerne. Mr. and Mr*. Jet* Jergensen entertained at a pot luck birthday dinner, July 4th in honor of Mrs. Bryan Stewart. Attending were the honored guest and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schipull, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink and 'Mrs. Faye Uchty. Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Hardcopf and family of Steam- wood, 111., were the Fourth of July weekend visitors in the home of Jerry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf. Sunday dinner gue*t* of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson were their sons and families, Gordon and Luann of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson and Cathi, of Adel and their daughter and family, iMr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggelston ad Delores of LuVerne. Card of Thanks N, W. Bell telephone .... 17.58 Tree*, of Stot*^..-!..^. 14.10 Int. R«v. Service .....^ 53.60 t, p. E. R. s 131.25 lo. Ernp. Sec. Comm. .... 172.72 James Mollory 34.15 Bertie Roffius ....^ * ^.00 Koteuth Co. Engineer .... 32.04 Burt De Nio 25.00 Henry Loerwald 25.00 Trdugers MkfT v 19.13 Fred Goetseh 167.25 Ffed Goettcn 25.00 Cotroll Goroge 55.91 Wm, Hordcopf 25.00 Nielsen's OX 52.29 Patterson Electric . ... 14.50 Sodle. Wogner 5.00 LuVerne Im. Agency 126.94 Sonford Plbg. & Htg 20.80 Lawion Hdwe 74.27 Blake Funeral Homes 37.00 CM, Receipt* for June, 1967 r* ........ -.-.— f 20.00 Mun. tr* UtllltlM ..... ....... --R. U. To* ....... * TM(1 , ...... $ 429.01 Tot< " KbitahedTn the Alflw-Koiiuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 13, 1967. . ANNUAL FINANCIAL lYATIMINT A School District of LuVerne Community, Kossuth-Humboldt County, Ipwo, for th«, year ending June 30,- 1967. We hereby certify that this , f «f n » t J* tl «» fie l«J. required by Sections 279.32 and 279.33, Cede of lowo, 1950 •^"l?"; Copy filed with the County Superintendent and posted or published as required py CARD OF THANKS—I wish to thank all my friends, neighbors and my children for the cards, flowers, gifts and prayers I received while I was at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Also a special thanks to Rev. Biesjemeyer for his visit and prayer. Mrs. Ralph Dimler. Council Minutes YOWN OF LUVIRNE COUNCIL MINUYIS J.ty f, 1967 Council met in regular session with Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilmen present: Lawson, Zentner. Holmes and Gronbach. Councilmen absent: Nielsen. Minutes of the lost meeting were read and approved. Motion by Zentner and seconded by Lawson to allow the following claims: Fred Goetsch Harold Trauger Rolland Walline Bertie Ramus .. I. P. S. Co Curtis Chapin •_•- 92.10 111.50 316.13 12.00 208.74 34.42 •UDGEY CSTIMAYI AND RICOKD OF FILING YOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE NOTICE — The Town council of LuVerne of Humboldt and Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 24, 1967, at 8 P.M., at Town Hall. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning January 1, 1968. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. H. G. Trauger Town Clerk j 2 EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR FUNDS LUVERNE CLINIC OR. R. D. iRAINIRD OFFICi HOAJRS Wffk Pays Saturday* 1:10 If !2:«> 1:00 to 5.00 1.39 to 12:00 1;001* S:QQ doted all day Wedne.d.y UwVeni*, lew* Phone M2-32M IF NO ANSWER, CALL 882-3304 LuVerne Does Have AMBULANCE SERVICE! Phone - 882-3400 DAY er NMNT LU VERNE EMERGENCY UNITS OUR AMiWANCES ARE FULLY EQUIPPED AND OUR DRIVERS AND ATTENDANTS HAVE COMPUTED AU NECESSARY TRAHNN6 REQUIRED RY THE STATE OF IOWA. , r sidenf RECEIPTS Amount On Hand Lost Report June 30, 1966 .......................... i$'?nA'2i School House Fund Tax Levy ............................... - 17.lOo.2B Total Receipts including balance above .................. ------ Jl'lit'nn School House Fund Disbursements Total ...................... - '7.475.0Q Balance on Hand June 30, 1967 ....... -.- ........... - ...... 5,670.49 DISBURSEMENTS *«-.!» To Whom For What o i« An Interest on Bonds ---------- ...... -- ........................ - .c'nnnnn Payment on principal ............ ........................... - ' 5 .° oo '? > Tata, disbursement, -^-,-^-y^-- ............... ' 7 ' 475 '°P RECEIPTS A..«4i Balance on hand last report June 30, 1966 .................... i25'«J2'Sri District Tax ................................ ................ ' Semi-Annual Apportionment ................................... Federal Aid .................................... . ............ General Aid ..... . .......................................... Transportation Aid .......... '- ................................ «'nnnnn Transfers - Investments ...................................... T'eJK'nn Interest on investments Tuition Collected Transportation Collected Other Non-revenue Sources Total Receipts including balance above ............... ----- ..... ??§'?»»oft General Fund Disbursements — Total ......................... - 273,882.90 Balance on Hancl June 30, 1967 .............................. • 1 5.083.83 •P.U. investments - General 1,698 4,787 5,462 5,000 1,000 1,000 3,000 Street -461 3,851 5,249 4,000 4,000 Public Safety — -547 3,292 5,180 4,200 500 2,000 1,700 Sanitation -571 2,163 1,598 1,000 1,000 Municipal Enterprise .. 453 2,238 1,831 2,500 400 100 2,000 Recreation 688 1,379 840 1,000 500 500 Utilities -40 6,744 8,989 9,000 5,000 4,000 Street (Road Use Tax) .2,575 8,000 550 3,500 3,500 Liquor Profit 166 697 700 200 500 Sewer 683 TOTALS 4,644 33,151 29,699 30,900 2,600 12,100 16,200 Taxable valuation (1966) Kossuth $404,020 Humboldt $123,349 Taxable valuation, agricultural lands (1966) KoMUth $ 42,967 Humboldt $ 63,114' Moneys and cradit* (1966) KoMJth t 93,324 Humboldt t 2,500 Published in tht Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 13, 1967 tfVWWWWVWWWV To Whom For What Administration ....... Instruction -- — --,Other Educational Costs Fixed Charges Operation fc Maintenance Community Services ............ , ...... Capital Outlay .............................................. o'2?7?* Title I Projects ............................................. - 9,477.56 Total Expenditures .................. ................... 'Sl'Snonn Plus Transfers - Investments ......................... - 75,000.00 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ...................................... 273,882.90 Included. in the above expenditures are -- — the following gross salaries — July 1, Helen M 1966 to June 30, 1967: Lyle B. Shelton .......... == - 10,200.00 21270.00 Shoron K. Heinen «210.00 Rose Potterson '270.00 -- . Marilyn M. Wiekett 394.62 Howard H. Smith 8,000.00 Mary Hjelmelond 6.25 Delores Egoleston - 83.25 Charles f. Bloom 5,636.24 Bryce A. Wiekett - 7,189.34 Sherman P. Arends •1 000.00 -- 7,858.38 Dennis E. Holmes 6,333.34 Anita H. Walters 7,316.70 Phyllis A. Watson 6,891.68 E. Genevieve Martin 5,916.68 Phillip A. Iverson 3,000.00 John R. Rembold 2,833.30 Sue A. Heathmon 6,233.40 i Margaret E. Stripling 4,941.68 ..Lavon M. Maltory ..- .6,433.38 Catherine Schode 5,916.70 Virginia Rogert 4,641.68 Nadine A. Selvig 4,169.31 Daley 5-'S5'2° Pauline Y. Pfeffer 6,033.34 Emmo M. Wise 6,233.40 Virginia M. Erkkson 4 - 666 -*2 Kathleen R. Meyer '29.00 1,154.00 William F. Hardeopf 1,411.26 Duane E. Neal '134.00 .- ',810.26 Alice E. Coyle '40.00 ... 1, 65.00 Myron M. Him '44.50 ... 1,169.50 Howard L. Cronk - 4,583.34 Violet M. Cronk - 1,375.00 Virginia E. Wiekett 668.75 Barbara S. Holmes 1,575.95 Goldie M. Fett --— 143.75 Morjorie P. Shelton 27.50 Darla B. Algoe 60.00 Vieki H. Steil 15.00 Donna 1. Nelson 1,040.00 Carmen E. Nielson 2,210.00 Camilla E. Bormann 2,160.00 Beulah M. Hindman 825.00 Elden H. Oberhelmon '17.00 17.00 Total _ 152,627.16 •Non-contact salary included in gross salary. School District of LuVerne Community, Township of LuVerne, County of Kossutri- Humboldt, for the year ending June 30, 1967. We hereby certify that the deport composing, Pages 1 to 2 is correct as required by Sees. 279.32 and 279 33 School Lows of Iowa, Copy filed with the County Superintendent and Posted or Published as required by Law, on July 13, 1967. Harry Naffziger, President Rose Potterson, Secretary Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, July 13, 1967 QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATCMINT AND SUMMARY OF PMOCHDINGS School District LuVerne Community, Townthip LuVerne, County Kossuth-Humboldt. 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, 1967. Rose Patterson, Secretory FINANCIAL STATIMINT t SCHOOL NOUU FUND A Balance from Previous Quarter 4,140.11 Total Receipts for Quarter 7,655.38 I Total to Account for . Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter Balance at Ena* of Quarter ..—. aiNIRAL FUND .Balance from Previous Quarter 14,283.26 Total Receipts for Quarter 77,604.58 Total to Account for . IXMNDITURIS Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter 41,213.92 (teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued — amount 10,590.09 Transfers - Investment 25,000.00 Total Expenditures Balance at End of Quart * Plus investments S50,0< ,-ter __ ,000.00 Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Interest on bonds Paid on principal LIIT OF WARRANTS (eutft seleries) KHOOLHOUSt FUND For What Total Schoolhouse Exp. OINIRAL FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What Advance Publishing Co. .. Advanced Systems American Heritage American Handicrafts American Red Cross Arnold Motor Supply Beckley-Cardy Co. Blake Fnuerol Homes Brooks Laundry & Cleaning Butler Paper Co. Carroll Garage Carson's Central Scientific Co. Champion Pneumatic Mach. Co. Color Spray Kits Collier-Macmillan Library Service The Continental Press Corner Store Corwith Implement Co. ... County Supt. of Schools .. Galen Cronk -Grouse Cartage Co. Decker Brothers, Inc. ...'. The Decor Shoppe Des Moines Register Doubleday & Co. Educational Record Sales .. Educational Service", Inc. . Esser Dry Cleaners j. G. Ferguson Publishing Co. — -Ben Franklin Stores Ginn & Co. Graybar Electric Co. Hart Publishing Co. D. C. Heath «f Co. Hedrick Brothers Myron Hirw International Business Machine* - -•Iowa Astoc. of School Boards ••.»»----.-----Iowa Employment Security Comm: - 1,728.52 la. Public Employees Retirement 1,378.45 Iowa Public Service Co. -- 522.34 ISEA Library Service 9.56 Iowa State University 21.00 Iowa Testing Programs ... 49.70 Phillip A. Iverson 40.00 Koutiky Sporting Goods, ^^ Klipto" PrfrtlnV'i'Wfice"" Supply 1-77 11,795.49 6,125.00 5,670.49 I 91,887.84 76,804.01 •15,083.83 Amount 1,125.00 5,000.00 6,125.00 Amount 45.98 16.07 2.95 18.56 8.00 2.59 22.27 83.00 51.85 109.79 .6.00 6.32 2.97 5.74 11.47 45.22 10.56 11.26 861.31 73.24 16.50 4.00 $9.40 3.06 60.48 87,16 11.86 9.20 • 13.40 19.95 2.03 12.74 49.10 9.72 29.28 15.83 6.70 46.80 75.00 Kossuth Motor Co, 31.54 i. S. Lotto & Son 395.34 Laura Lindebak 400.00 Lawson Hardware 27.51 Lee Hardware, Ine 4.20 Lee Specialty Co. 13.70 LuVeme Building Co. 92.17 LuVerne Clinic - tiuO LuVerne Inturance Agency 490.77 Lyons Band Instrument Co. 3.20 Lyons & Carnahan, Inc. .. 57.58 Master Products Co, 11,00 Metropolitan Supply Co. . 26.36 MU-Bell Music Co 1)9.24 Midwest Distributors 10.36 Midwest Visual Educ. 7 Service 218.02 Miller Office Equipment Co. *22,20 Modern SchoolSupply Co. . 51.00 Horry Noffiiger 1.79 Notional Art Educ. Atsoc. . 9.40 Notional .Textbook Corp. .. 7.90 Nielsen's PX Service 1,151.25 Northwestern Bell Tel, Co. - ' 89.79 OK School Specialties 4.22 Omaha School Equipment . 94,15 Parker Publishing Co, 16.18 Patterson Brothers , 1.50 Patterson Electric Service . 14.70 P I M Stone Co 16.12 Bert Ramus, Postmaster ... 62.25 Readers Digest Book Club . 2.99 John R. Rembold .... 100.00 Sanford Plumbina t Heating 6.50 Schmjtt Music Co „ 25.00 Scott, Foresman & Co. ... 7.35 School Health Supply 12.43 L. B. Shelton, Exp. 15.75 The Silver Burdett Co. 22.00 The Sioux City Journal ... 14.40 Sioux City Music Supply Co. . 25.25 Ernie Spiker .. 125.00 State Agency for Surplus' Property 30.40 Swaney Equipment Co. ... 32.00 Sunroy DX Oil Co. ., 614.53 Thermoga* Co. of Algona - 52.15 R. J. Tollefson ; 45.00 Town of LuVerne .. 39.00 Upper Des Moines Publish. A ,mg Co 10.00 Wall Street Journal . 14.00 J. Weston Wolch 17.85 The H. W. Wilson Co. .... 21.00 World Book Encyclopedia . 114.95 Salari* for Total expenditures ...5140401 I, Rate Patterson, Secretary of the above namea School District, 'do, hjjreby certify that this report, pages 1, 2, 3 and 14 is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters O f the feetd of said District for the quarter ending June 30, 1967. ' ' and sworn to before me this Sttictoy of Julv 'A.P. e. J. Undefok, N (SEAL) Published in the Alaono Kotiutti County Advance, Algooo, Iowa, July 13, 1967 I

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