Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1967
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Jr. Auxiliary plans party at livermore Livtrmert — The Junior Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Saturday afternoon, July 8 with 1? members and twc guests present. The guests were Sandy Erpelding and Ann Anderson. Due to the absence of the President, Mary Renquist presided at the business meeting. It was reported that $117 had been taken in on the sale of tickets on the $25 bond and Polaroid Camera that they gave away during the celebrations. They voted to spend stme of the proceeds on going to the afternoon show of "Shaggy Dog" and "The Absent Minded Professor" at Humboldt July 22, followed by a picnic supper. Entertainment was in charge of Mary Hosford and bingo was played. Debbie Hansel served the lunch. NEW CURTAINS The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Monday evening with 19 members answering roll call. The President, Mrs. Richard McKenna, opened the meeting. It was reported that $95.26 was realized from the dish stand that the Auxiliary had at the celebration. It was voted to purchase new curtains for the Legion Hall, both upstairs and downstairs with Mrs. Hazel Sanders and Mrs. Kenneth Underberg as a f committee to purchase new ones or buy material and make them. New officers were installed with Mrs. Pete Malkmus, sergeant-at-arms, presenting the new officers to the installing officer, Mrs. Harold Gronbach. New officers are: President, Mrs. John Hosford, Vice Pros., Mrs. Dick Crow, Secretary, Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, Treasurer, Mrs. Clarence Werling, Historian, Mrs. Virgil Hansell, Chaplain, Mrs. Bernard Streit and Sergeant- at-Arms, Mrs. Howard Barton. Five hundred was the evenings entertainment with Mrs. Jack Ferguson, Mrs. Martha Kayser, Mrs. Ray Zeimet and Mrs. Hazel Sanders on the committee. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bernard Streit high, Mrs. E. J. Kollasch 2nd high and Mrs. Ona Beers low. Lunch was served by Mrs. Clarence Eisenbarth, Mrs. Kenneth Underberg, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill and Mrs. Norman Scott. There will be no meeting in August. Mrs. Florence ftutt and the Raymond Berte family. •HdTHfK.IN-LAW Dill Mil. Martha King received word of the death of her brother-in-law, Jay King, 63, of Norwalk, Ohio on Sunday, July 9. Mr. King had been hoapitilteed several times atnoe the first of the year but mated away in hi* home at Newark. Burial was at Newark on Wednesday with Masonic services. Survivors include his wife, the former Marie Edge of HUrrtboldt, and three sons, Floyd at home, Robert at Mt. Vernon, Ohio and Jerry in Texas. Mr. King was a barber and had a shop in Livermore for several years before moving to Ohio where he and his son Floyd operated a Barber and Beauty Shop. He was still active at his trade until the past year. While in Livermore the family lived in the present Harold Gronbaoh home. BACK FROM CALIFORNIA "Chuck" Frideres, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres, returhed after spending the past six weeks in California where he visited in the home of his brother Tom and wife and baby girl and his brother Jean at Taft, Calif., and in the home of his brother Bill and family at Long Beach, his sister Mary Ray at Burbank and then went to Las Vegas and visited in the home of his sister, Kay Ann, the Larry Heinan home where Mr. Heinan is stationed at an Air Force Base. After two weeks visit there he flew home by jet to Fort Dodge where his folks met him. Chuck had gone home with the Tom Frideres after they had visited here in the home of his folks in May. FREDERIKSEN REUNION The annual Frederiksen family reunion was held at the Roger MacFarland farm home at Ottosen Sunday, July 9. There was a pot luck dinner held at noon and the afternoon was spent in visiting. Sixty-five persons were present with the following towns being represented: Fort Dodge, Lake Mills, Estherville, Thor, Vincent, Barnum, Norwalk, Livermore, Bradgate, Ottosen, Sioux Falls, S. D., Minneapolis and Worthin gton, Minn. GRONBACH REUNION The Grombach family reunion was held at the Legion Hall Sunday, July 9 with a pot luck dinner at noon. .A social afternoon was spent with lunch being served about 5 o'clock. Those present were: Mrs. Dora Gronbaoh, her family, the Harold Gronbachs, "Kelly" Gronbach, Dick Crans and Allan Sinclairs, Mrs. Elmer Gronbach, her family, the Robert Gronibachs, Marvin Gronbachs of Humbold t and the Marvin Lambs, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach of LuVerne, son Richard Gronbachs of LuVerne and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berryhill and 2 sons of Arabia, who are here on a visit, Mrs. Freda Steussy and daughter, the Lyle Raneys of Algona, son, the Gerald Steus- sys of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann, daughter Mrs. Don Clark and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. John Haben- berger, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baesiler enter. tained the Delta Dek Bridge club at the Luther Butler home Friday afternoon. A< 2 o'clock lunch was served and at cards Mrs. Lyle Nelson won high prize, Mrs. Harry Zigrang second high and Mrs. Norman Scott won the bingo prize. Mrs. Ona Beer* accompanied by Mrs. Corniel Smith, visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Grant at Britt Monday. On Tuesday she went to Em- metaburg and visited in the home of her sister, Mrs. George Douglas, until Thursday. The four children of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson of Thor spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, while their parents were on vacation. Mrs. Molly Foth entertained the 500 Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. At cards, Mrs, Genevieve Weydert won high prize, Mirs. Norman Scott second high and Mrs. Harry Rutz low. Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Herman Larson and Mrs. Corniel Smith were guests. Lunch was served after cards. Mrs. Hani Sanders went to Spencer Friday evening to attend the 50th class reunion of her graduating class of the Spencer High School. Weekend guekt* in the Louis Carmen home was their Save Money on Money! A Land Bank loan always gives you the lowest interest rate possible—it's now a low 6%. In the past, the rate has been reduced on existing loans whenever economic conditions permitted. The term is long to keep payments low and you can pay in advance without penalty. And low cost mortgage protection life insurance is available. AlCONA, IOWA Preferably Monday or Thursday E. H. Hutchint, Mcjr. Keith Hepp ft H«Un H««», At»i$t«nts 4—Atgona (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1967 T «L li I ribunc daughter Judy of Iowa City, Bill Wagner of Chicago, Mary Vletmier of Knoxville and Louis Van DeVoft of Peila. They are all college students at Iowa City and came home with Judy to help her celebrate her birthday. Supper gtMttt in tn« Data Joiner home Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester TTialacker of Ottumwa, aunts of Mrs. Joiner and her mother, Mrs. Hannah Christensen of Humboldt. Suiia and Kathy Crow, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Crow returned home last week from Santa Barbara, Calif, where they visited their brother Gary Crow, who is stationed at Point Magu, a Navy Air Force base. They made the trip by plane from Des Moines and were gone three weeks. While there they stayed in the home of a friend of their brothers at Oxnard, a suburb of Santa Barbara. A daughter wat born to Mr. and Mrs. James Bormann •at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge Friday, July 14. Mr. and Mr*. K*nn*th Underberg attended funeral services for her father, Brick D. Ryan, 84, at Eagle Grove on Thursday. Mr. Ryan died unexpectedly at his home on Tuesday. He was a barber but had been retired since 1951. Tha Nortwrt Frid*r*t and Debbie visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Mueller at St. Benedict Sunday. LuVerne Audrey DaNio Mr*. Francis . Shorty «nd daughter Zelda Witzel attended the orientation meetings on the Iowa State University campus on Thursday and Friday of last week. Mrs. Shorey and Zelda also visited on Wednesday with their son and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Witzel and children of Jefferson. Mr. and, Mrs. Eli Bagar l*ft early Monday^ morning for Grand Lake, Colo., for an extended visit with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bager and daughter. They went especially to make the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Regina Dee, infant daughter of the Elmer Bagers, born July 8. This is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Bager. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Ludwig of Warrensville, Illinois became the parents of a son on July 12. They also have a daughter, Rhonda. Mrs. Ludwig is the former Sally Hardcopf. Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig of Algona are the paternal grandparents. Mr. and •Mrs. Bob Hardcopf of Lu- Verne are the maternal grandparents. Mrs. Ralph Davidson accompanied her son Gordon Davidson and granddaughter, Luann of Burt, to Adel for the weekend where they visited with their son and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson and Gathi. While there, they attended the J C fair and rodeo in Adel. They also attended Union Church services in the Adel park Sunday morning. Rev. Scheetz, district superintendent of the Methodist churca from Fort Dodge was the speaker at the services along with several other ministers from the Adel area, Mr. and Mr«. Allan Blatca were Saturday visitors in the Edwin Pruessner home in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holme* and Jeff of Ames were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes. They came to attend the reunion of the class of 1960. Doug was a member of the class, Shirk. Mr, and Mr*. Dwayna Toney and children of Readlyn, were weekend guests of Mrs. Tohey's mother and brother, Mrs. Jesse Stripling and Mike. They came to attend the high school class reunion of Mrs. Tohey. Sunday afternoon visitor* in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedts were Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Berninghaus sister of Mrs. Bierstedt, and and Betty of Whittemore, Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt of Fenton, cousin of Mr. Bierstedt. Weekend oveiU in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt were their son and family, Mr and Mrs. John Bieretedt of Grundy Center. John is employed by North Central Line Company of Alta. New officers for Auxiliary are installed LwVerne — The American Legion Auxiliary met in the Legion Hall on Monday night, July 10. There were 18 members present. The President, Mrs. Allen Blake, presided. It was voted to buy a new permanent record book for the secretary and to purchase a "Manual of Ceremonies" for each officer. It was announced that the local Auxiliary will serve lunch to the County (Legion meeting to be held in LuVerne on July 20. Coleen Johns gave a most interesting and enthusiastic account of her week at American Legion Auxiliary Girls State. Installation of officers was held in front of a table decorated in red, white, and 'blue. Mrs. Jack Guy was the installing officer. As each officer was installed Mrs. George Studer Ut a candle for her. Mrs. Luanda Stone furnished music during the ceremony. Officers installed were President, Mrs. Owen Curry; vice-pres., Mrs. Allen Blake; secretary, Mrs. William Hardcopf; treasurer, Mrs.' Laura Zwiefel; chaplain, Mrs. Cuf Bjustrom; historian, Mrs. Bryan Stewart; sergeant, Mrs. Earl Johns. / SOCIETY MEETS The LuVerne Memorial Society met in the LuVerne City Hall Thursday, July 13. The President, Alice Hinz, presided. The .meeting was opened with the group singling "America". Twenty-one members answered the roll call with "My Favorite Flbwer". Readings were given by Emma Krause and Wilma Baskerville. Bingo was played for entertainment. Five guests enjoyed the courtesy of attending the meeting. They were Mrs. Norman ,Wegner, Bismarck, North Dakota, Mrs. George Johnson, Cheryl, and Kathleen of Oxnard, California, and Mrs. Lucille Steil of LuVerne. Hostesses were Emilie Kubly, Emma Kraus? and Lucille Smith. The next months hostesses will be Jesse Stripling, Clara MoClellan and Sadie Wagner. HAVE REUNION The Lau .family reunion was held Sunday, July 16 at the LuVerne City park with seventy members in attendance. A pot luck dinner was served. Towns represented at the reunion were Fort Dodge, Humboldt, Wesley, Waterloo, Iowa Falls, Corwith, Otho, and LuVerne. Mrs. Clara Wolf of LuVerne was the oldest member present and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson of Humboldt was the youngest member in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Arends became the parents of an eight pound daughter, Lori Ann, at the 'Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt on Saturday morning, July 15. Mr. and Mrs. Arends have another daughter, Joni. •Mrs. Jesse Stripling of Lu- Verne is the maternal grandmother. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Grover Arends of Williams, Iowa. Mary Daley of Des Moino* spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley. Frank Moeding, Jr., U on leave from the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines and spending several weeks with his wife and family in LuVerne. Mrs, Harold Davis and Mr*. Esther Addy of Mason City spent Friday visiting in the home of their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen. Mr, and Mrs. George Johnson and family, Oxnard, California are spending several weeks visiting in the home of Mrs. Johnson's father, Richard Wegner. Mrs. Johnson is the former Ruth Wegner. Mn. Alma Madden hat returned to her home in Lu- Verne after spending some time as a surgical patient at the Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. Mrf. Kite Barton of Fort Dodge, formerly of LuVerne, was a Friday guest in the home of Mrs. Clara Wolf. Th« William Qoet*chtf and grandson, Paul Putnam of Algona went to West Okobojj Saturday for the weekend. On Sunday their daughter and husband, the Michael Whites, Engaged MR. AND MRS. Clarence Cooke, Lime Springs, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen, to Richard Steil, son of Mrs. Lucille Steil, LuVerne, and the late William Steil. They will be married August 26 at Sacred Heart Catholic church in Livermore. of Denver, Colo., came for a few days visit. On Sunday a dinner was held in their honor. Others present were the Jon Putnams, and Duanc Rileys and David of Algona, Darrel Sykes of Terril, Lloyd Whites and family of Sioux City, and the Carl Goetschs of Humboldt. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns and family were Mrs. Edna Bowman of Algona, and Mrs. Myrna Cook and 2 children of Indianola. Mrs. Cook, the former Myrna Larimer is the daughter of Mrs. Bowman and niece of Mrs. Johns. Friday evening visitors in the Walter Bierstedt home were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Bierstedt and family of Algona, and Mrs. Norbert Bierstedts parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Caudle of Chester, Illinois, and Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke, Mn. Elma Hannover and Sandra of Whittemore, mother and«Tsister;of Mrs. ^Walter Bierstedt' ; ' ; -^ '" ~ ; ~ ; '•""' ^ Mrs. Martha Hintx Is a medical patient at Lutheran hos- pilal in Fort Dodge. Her daughter-in-law and family of Sioux City,. Mrs. Leroy Hintz and children are staying in LuVerne looking after her interests while she is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shelton left Friday for Denver, Colo., for an extended visit with relatives there. Mrs. Ralph Dimler entered Lutheran hospital July 14 as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christonsen of Muskogee, Okla., were guests of Mrs, Christensen's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs: Clifford Holmes last week. On Friday the Christen- sens daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Blair and Mike of Bartlesville, Okla., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes. The Christensens are spending the summer at their cabin at Clear Lake. While in LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Christensen visited other relatives and friends in LuVerne and Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips of Minnesota were Friday visitors in LuVerne. Former residents of LuVerne, the Wolfs and Phillips attended the household goods sale of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk, who are moving from the LuVerne community. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are lone time friends ••eeeeaaeeeMeeeeooee Card of Thanks Meeeee+Meaaaaaaaeeee CARD OF THANKS — I would like to thank all my neighbors, friends, and relatives for cards, notes, gifts Mid prayers while I was a surgical patient at the Des Moines Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Alma Madden. 54 Libriry short in drive for building LuVerne — The LuVerne Ubrary Building Committee met at the city hall Friday, July 14 with the Griffith Architect of Fort Dodge and many others who had submitted bids. The bids for the new proposed library were opened and read and the total cost of the building exceeds tint amount we had proposed for this project. " We are not letting this drop, however, as we have thirty days to study over this project. We have gone too far to drop this idea of a new library, and we are needing the help of everyone in the community and surrounding area. If you haven't already given to the Library Fund or would like to give more, would you please do so, as every dollar will help." SEE STORM DAMAGE Mrs. Amelia Hanselman accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Helen Buenger and Mrs. Hanselmans grandson Les Buenger of Whittemore to Holatein Sunday for a visit with Norman Buenger who is a member of the Iowa Highway Patrol in that district. Mrs. Hanselman, Mrs. Buenger and Lee were met in Cherokee by Norman who took them through the mental institutions. They also attended church services in Cherokee. From Cherokee they all went to Holstein where they spent the remainder of the day where they visited in the Norman Buenger home. On the way home they visited in Mallard and because of the inclement weather they remained in Mallard for some time. When they reached the West Bend area they were aware of what the storm had done in that area. Corn, trees, and other crops were destroyed and blown over by the wind and hail. St. Joe shower dated for a Fairmont girl St. Joe — Nancy Jean Kennedy will be given a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's Hall Sunday, July 23 at 1:30 pan. with relatives and friends attending. She is a daughter of the Ed Kennedys, Fairmont, formerly of Bancroft, and will marry Kenneth Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges, St. Joe. An August 12 wedding is planned in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Bancroft. TWINS ARE BORN The Bob Bormanns have twins, a girl Jennifer and a boy Jeffrey, born Thursday, July 13 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. This makes 3 girls and 5 boys in the Bormann family. The Henry Bormanns, St. Joe, are the paternal grandparents. FINGER IS INJURED Lori Thul, daughter of the Richard G, Thuls, has a broken and lacerated little finger and bruised fingers on her left hand. She received the injuries when she had put her hand against the back of a fan and her fingers caught. FAMILY PICNIC The K. C. and C. D. A. family picnic was held Sunday on St. Joseph's Parish grounds with dinner at noon. Games and contests were held with Mrs. Herb Kayser and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas receiving the travel card bingo prizes. iQRMANN REUNION A Bormann reunion will be held this week Wednes- day evening at the fairgrounds in Algona. The Mathew O'Connen, Parsons, Kan., are vtiiUng relative* here several days this week. The Sylvester Wa&ien were Monday morning callers at an aunt and uncle, the Nick Eisctiena, St. Benedict. Mrs. Orville Wagner accompanied Mrs. Frank Stattle- mann and son Gary to Iowa City Thursday where Gary had an appointment at the Children's hospital. They alto visited Mrs. Wagner's daughter, the Lee Nepple's and son. The Jim Bormana have a daughter born Friday, July 14 in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. The Bor- manns also have two sons. 'Mrs. Anna Bormann, Livermore is the paternal grand' mother. Lori Becker and Marilyn iMason, Humboldt, returned home Sunday after a week at Bates Park, Colorado Springs, Colo. Miss Becker, daughter of the Joseph A. Beckers is employed at Hawkeye Loans in Humboldt. The Jim Doakes and Nita Sue, Ogden, were last Monday visitors at George Wagner's. The Doakes formerly lived in this community. Sister Romelda, OSB, Sebeka, Minn, and Sister Leonia OSB, St. Cloud, Minn., left .Friday after a week with cousins, the M. T. McGuires. Richard Anthony, III, infant son of the Harold Digs, born on July 10 was baptized by Rev. L. C. Schumacher Sunday in St. Joseph's church with Edward Dig and Lucille Dig as sponsors. The Herbert Arndorfers, St. Benedict, and Mrs. Rosalia nig, St. Joe, are the grandparents. Eldon Erpelding, son of the Paul Erpeldings and Ronald Friders, son of the Martin Friders, returned Sunday from 6 months National Guard training. burf, and Herman Becker* drove to Sioux City la* week JU«*fty to, ** UHS Richard rarrelli and the baby. Burletfh Reed, Topeka, Kani., write* that for the first time since living in their P««*nt home, 15 years, rainfall in 24 hours in early summer brought water in their basement to the top of Mr Reed's knee-length boots, it took two days to get drainage lines in the vldnrty to anything near normal. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Oben Irvington By Mat McUan .*• ,-•• • -' •oe+oeeaeaaaaaeaaeeeee The Kenneth Potters moved their household goods from Algona to Ackley last Friday. Kenneth has been manager of the Holiday Station at Ackley for a few weeks but because the house they had rented was being remodeled the family remained here. The Gary Ludwigs will gc to Sioux City July 23 to be sponsors at the baptism of Renee Robin, infant daughter of the Richard Farrells. Renee Robin is a niece of Mrs. Ludwig. The grandparents, the Vernes Farrells, Emmets- •eeoaeaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaa The Virgil Christiansens, Kelly and Kay, Anaheim, Calif., are visiting the parental Art Christiansons. The Christiansens will leave this week on a business trip to New York City. The Wilbur Johnsons re- turhed last week after a week in Colorado and visiting his brother Larry Johnson. The Marcus Hollands and Archie Hollands left last Tuesday for the east coast, where they will visit several places. The Archie Hollands will fly to London and then go to Norway and visit relatives. The Marcus Hollands will return to Bode by plane. 'Mrs. Olaf Olson and her sister, Letty Hegg, accompanied their niece to her home near •Brookings, S. D., Thursday and will visit relatives there several days. The Art Hansons spent the weekend at her sister, the Omar Amonsons, Iowa Falls. The Bob Bakkens, Indianola, have twin daughters born recently. They were named Karen Elaine and Karmia Lynn. Alvin Bakken is the paternal grandfather and Mrs. Ernest Pederson and the late Mr. Pederson, the maternal grandparents. The Bob Bak- kens are moving to Council Bluffs soon. The Vernon Tompkins, Mar lyce and Mrs. Jerry Hawkins, spent the weekend at Bill (Mayhems in Rochester and attended the baptism of the Mayhew son, Troy /Robert. Marlyoe Tompkins carried her new nephew to baptism. 'Danny Dunlavy, small son of the Larry Dunlavys, Newton, spent last week with his grandparents, the Vernon Tompkins, while the Dunlavy* were in the Black Hills. Pastor and Mrs. Norman Johnson and Gloria left on vacation to visit relatives July 10. Dr. Marshall Johnson, Wartburg College, Waverly, was the speaker July 16. Next Sunday the speaker will be Professor Ronald Alexander, Wartburg College. •UDCIT BTIMATt SCHOOL OOTUCT SS. Rose Patterson DUtfkt Secretary FUNDS EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR General 190,440 I9t,l83 226,264 Total — General Fund Bondi ant Interest ... 24,367 201,197 190,440 I7>77 I?MI3 I7;475 22*264 ' TOTAL—All Purposes 208,217 216,351 243,233 24,543 211,690 •iitribvMeo ef T«We N OMerel N». 1 EXPENDITURES IOAS.IOAA 1. Administration 15,533 2. Instruction . 121 431 3. Other Education Cost .. ' 72 <• Transportation 17,508 5. Fixed Charges 10,279 6. Operation C Maint. 14,167 8. Community Services --— 30 •?• £S£"°! °^ tlov 5 -*»7 I). Federal Programs 6,006 FOR VEAR 1966-1967 ittffi 105 11,442 11,659 3,881 •;— ,4$;| I3JI5 14479 17,100 ,47« 7375 Total General Fund above ... 190,440 191,113 226,264 *•* tew Twetie. RECEIPTSBOTHER THAN .TAXATION General State Aid 15,633 TrorMrtotion State.Aid _ 3,652 Federal Aid 9,212 Semi-Annuol Apport'm't. . 993 Military ServTro* Credit Trailer Tax Transfers .. Tuition Estimated Receipts 1967-I96* 649 712 •8 307 ffi 1,531 500 7*2 102 3.039 TOTALS 30,4*6 29,048 24,367 2. Less Unpaid Bills ; $25350 3. Less Balance Reserved $39734 I SCHOOL HOUSE FUND »•»*.'•»« * NUMKR 01= PERSONS OF SCHOOL AGE"".' 425" V $660.00 - $ ?*'• »9* Pjr I1.000.QO assessed value $ Kossuth * Humboidt Taxable valuotionVi966 KossjLrth — Tax free lands ".'.".'.I Published ir» the Algona Kosjuth Cownjly Advanpt, Aloooo, lo^q, July 65,084 2,0 500 173.622 9 049 * 1947

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