Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
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Girls Softball Champions marks on the budget: 1. The 1966 budget provided tot a psychokigiM and one could not be hired. Thii is, also, provided for in the 1968 budget if one can be secured. 2. The County Board of Education Coordinates the County wide program for retarded children. Funds for this come from the Federal Elementary and Secondary Act Title 1. No local taxes are involved in this program, although, the expenditures are listed as Title I expenses and • are off-set by Title I Receipt* other than taxation. 3. The County Board also administers a special room that is a.cooperative program of six school districts in the northern part of the County. This, likewise, is reimbursed fully by the various districts and shows in both receipts and expenditures as County Coop Program. 4. Tax asking is up this year as less unused funds from previous year are available this year. 5. The balance January 1, 196?. is mostly prepayment on the Title 1 and Owp Program and were used in the spring of 196?. Fenton Mrt. May Uthef The Clifford Douglases were Sunday visitors at Kenneth Voigt's near Truman, Minn. The Neibhborhood Birthday club met at Mrs. Ella Theesfield's for her recent birthday. Guests Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mr*. Quests were Mrs. Ed Schlet, Mirs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. Roelf Miller, Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. MargarLte Weisbrod and Mrs. Frank McFall. The Howard Bruhns were Sunday supper guests at Norman Bellinger's. Invented , * , to makfj wry word in thf English languagt! $ 20.00 HUTZEU'S SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Prices On AthUtic Good* With Pricn That Bug You 'Til You Buy 'Em! and UP THE COLTS, pictured above, share the winner's spot in the Junior girl's softball league with the Gophers and the Lions. They are, from left, front, Lisa Geilenfeld, Debbie Levy, Debby Knoer, Rhonda Holldorf, Denise Coleman, Debbie Hanson. Back, Coach Wally Erdman, Deborah Winters, Carol Winkel, Sandra Godfredsen, Denise Erdman, and Debbie Benson. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. linHIIHIIWHHnHlllttllHHIHMIIHWHHMH p ona County THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1967, ALGONA, IOWA y \ ^ V Two from Burt at Presbyterian church camp Burt — The George Beckers and Stephen: took Susan to Camp Dolliver Sunday. This is the Presbyterian church camp southeast of Fort Dodge and will be in session ten days. Sharon Patterson is also attending. Mrs. Russell Patterson is a counselor. Karl Killsholm is counselor for 1st five days and dint Patterson the second five days. Rev. William Niels, Daws, is camp director. The return trip-the George Beckers stopped to visit the reconstructed Camp Dodge. Some of the original buildings are still there, but there are many improvements. The museum contains many historical relics of all wars. WESTLINGS MOVING Craig, son of the Larry Westlings, spent several days with his grandparents while his mother looked for a house or apartment in Shenandoah. The Larry Westlings will move to Shenandoah about August 3, where he will be employed in the meat department in a Super Valu store there. TOWN IS SPRAYED City Engineer Ralph Johnston sprayed in Burt for the second time this week. The first spray did not get rid of the mosquitoes. 'Mrs. W. J. Crosby and Mary Lynn, Citra, Fla., visited alst week at F. L. Ryerson's. Mrs. Crosby is the former Joyce Ryerson. Mrs. Crosby and daughter came to Davenport Monday with friends and her parents met her there. Sunday the Walter Camp- neys were hosts at a dinner at the Bode Cafe, Guests were the Rev. Arthur Campney family, Gilmore City, F, L. Ryersons and Mrs. W. J, Crosby and Mary Lynn. Sunday the Ryersons drove to Des Moines to visit the Kent Ryer- sons. The Ryersons returned home Sunday and Joyce and daughter returned by plane Monday to Citra, Fla. The Ronald Jurgens family were guests Sunday at C. A. Jurgen's, Ledyard. Mrs. B. E. Miller returned Saturday from Lyle, Minn, where she spent two weeks wiih her brother, Harlan Balgeman and has two sons while Mrs. Balgeman visited in California. • Mrs. Robert Grip and Bruce, Mark and Kevin, Pamona, Calif., were guests Friday of Mrs. Jessie Rash. They also visited m Illinois arid Wisconsin and on return trip to California visited in Spencer and in Kansas. The A. C. Hinckleys visited Duane Hinckley in Cherokee July 23 and he accompanied them to Sioux City to visit the Jim Bretons and the new son- Mrs. Brehms was Carilyn Hinckley. The Walter Stewards went to Estherville July 24 to visit Mary Ellen, Mrs. Ray Miller, in the hospital there. The Gerald Riedel family, Escanaba, Mich., are visiting the parental Louis Riedels. Supper guests at R. Willrett's were the .Gerald Rie- dels, Escanaba, Mich., Sharon Willrett, Algona, end Duanc . Willrett, Rochester, Minn. The R. Willretts attended the wedding of Loren WU1- rett, Lafcota and Phyllis Wallentine, Ledyard, at 7 o'clock July 22 at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota. Duane Willrett spent the weekend at home. Mrs. S. R. Parsons was taken by ambulance July 22 to Park hospital in Mason City following a heart attack. Her room No. is 322. Rev. Arthur Campney, Gilmore City, were guests Sunday at the parental Walter Campney's. The Hennings family reunion was held July 23 at the Burt Legion hall with 60 pres- ' ent •••••"?•-- :r"->•?-'• ••:•. Mrs. Opal Hennings formerly Opal Steward, Burt, now living in Marcellus, Midi., visited relatives and friends in the area last week and at- tended the Hennings reunion July 23 and the Steward reunion at Clear Lake July 16. Tom Trenary is a patient at St. Ann hospital since last Thursday. He had been; at Park hospital, Mason City for a month. The R. Willretts visited Sunday at Herman WUlrett's, in Britt. The Merle Richards, Britt, were supper guests Saturday of Mrs. Etta Holdren. The .. Clarence Westlings, Barnum, were weekend guests at Raymond Westling's and part of the time was spent at the lakes. The William E. Ernst, Northbrook, 111., cam£ last Wednesday for a week with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Rash. Mrs. Ernst is the former Margaret Rash. ;Also guests during the week were the John Rashes, G. L. Webbs and Mrs. Betty Webb. They were supper guests Sunday at John Rash's. Federal plans cause school budget boost The Kossuth county board of education is publishing its! proposed budget in this Issue i which shows an apparent' boost in proposed expend!- tur for the coming year. Actually under the federal government rules now the county board must also list in its budget the federal funds which come in and also as expenditures. Expenditures for the year 1965 were 827,549, andjtoj: the year of 1966 $M,637'Tn- eluding the federal funds. The proposed expenditures for, 1968 is $87,922 which includes a balance on hand of $4,000, and estimated income other -than staxation (federal) and state of $49,507. This 7 leaves $34,415 to be raised by property tax in the county. Supt. 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