Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 17
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
Page 17
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The Anderson family of Uke Mills ihi* month had five-genetttions together. Great - great' grandmother, Mrs. fiandi Anderson of Masoh City, formerly of Lake MUfcj great - grandfather, Christ Anderson; grandlaWicr, Afden Anderson; mother, CMiDf UP tin DOWN SUkciM NOTICE — The County Board ot Education,,of Koiuith County, Iowa, will mMj Auflust 14, 1967, ot 8 P.M., ot Koitouth CouHtioWi*. Tospoyem *ill b* htord for or ogoimt tht tdllowlhd. Htlmott ot enpiflditutii iof th« flxbl year beginning January I, 1968. thll tj in octofdont* with Chapter 273, Codi of Iowa, creating a county iehwl tyitem. A. M. Quintord County Superintendent and Secretory of the Boofd i 2 3 r r 6 FUNDS EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR t» i£ ~ 1 feS £ o> ill Mil *i£ il! Co. Bd. of Edu. TOTALS 28,443 27,549 49,362 87,922 4,000 T«Me N». 1 V 1 W f 1 IHnMVJ •)» WVfltfM rMttV HpVttOTHlVM EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR 1. •>.. 3, 5. 9, 11. 12. Administration Instruction Other Education Cost Fixed Charges Capital Outlay ESEA Title 1 County Coop. 1965 ... 12,411 ... 7,290 6,626 1,222 1966 13,683 8,136 7,166 1,682 327 16,668 1,700 49,507 34,415 Proposed Expenditure! 1968 , 14,720 8,860 21,190 1,340 200 37,511 4,101 •Mike were Sunday visitors at Ray Eeckhot'Sj at KaMwha. Mrs. Clafi Fischer, Sandy Petttt, and the H. R. Pettits visited Pfc. and Mrs. Tony Kahlet at Colorado Springs recently. The Pettits went to Deliver to attend the wedding of Alvin Sdimeling. They all visited the base at Fort Catson, Colo. TOTALS 27,549 49,362 87,922 T«Me He. 2 Olttrlbtrtien •» Oenerel Fm4 Recet»tt Otfcer Then T«*atlMi RECEIPTS OTHER THAN TAXATION 1965 . 1966 Special Education Aid 1,937 2,846 Federal Aid Title I 28,300 Transfers County Coop. . 2,755 .. Other Receipts 140 190 Estimated Receipts 1968 7,595 37,511 4,101 300 TOTALS 2,077 34,091 49,507 ' Taxable valuation for year 1966 $72,503,268 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 27, 1967 WHO, ME? Yes, you may qualify' for training on IBM F equipment as a COMPUTER PROGRAMMER If so, you may be missing out on a better job, with higher income, prestige and security. Why not find out? Take the free ECPI programmer appitude test (You don't need any special math background.) If you qualify, you can learn in your free time... ECPI offers day, evening and Saturday classes. You have nothing to lose and a whole new future to gain! Coming UP the DOWN staircase, almost unrecognisable among the crowd of students, is Academy Award winner Sandy Dennis. She portrays a teacher going through her rugged first semester in an active metropolitan high school. The scene is from the Technicolor film version of Bel Kaufman's best-selling novel, "Up the Down Staircase," which opens on Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Pulitzer Priiewinner Tad Motel wrote the screenplay for the Pakula-Mulligan production. Mrs. Marvin Christianson and 44 young, Jason Christianson completed tho«> present representing the five generations. Notice to all LP Gas Distributors The West Bend Community School is accepting bid* for LP Oat for the Rodman Center, Rodman, Iowa. All bids should be in to the School Secretary, Mrs. Francis Ewy, by noon, August 7. One tank will have to be provided by the distributor. The Board of Education 1 reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Wosl Bond Community School Board of Education Earl W. Stevens, Supt. 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Phyliss Circle of the Pent' on Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon with iMrs. Ralph Nichols, Whittemore. Mrs. Ray Zwiefel was assistant hostess. There were 17 members present and guests Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel and Mrs. Larry Bierstedt. Mrs. Fred Mortenson gave the lesson, "What's A Mother For." Helen Circle of the Penton Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon at Mrs.; Hans Baago's with 12 mem-; bers present. The. lesson was b&lMrs;,, Ar.lo, Ranney: Dewf, iibhsr were by -Mrs. Dale' Weisbrod. The Ronald Mortensons, Omaha, were weekend guests at Fred Mortenson's. The Richard Stuckis, Julie, and Jeff, Ogden were Sunday guests at Wilfred Stoeber's and Marion Stucki's. The Tom Flowers, Hammond, 111., spent from Sunday to Tuesday at Ervin Gremmels'. The LeRoy Jacobsons and Eldon Duncans spent last Thursday at Okoboji. Vicki Elmers is spending a two week break from studies as a medical secretary at Mankato with her parents, the Harold Elmers. The Harold Elmers were Thursday callers at Bennie Berkland's. The Harold Elmers were Friday callers at Glenn Flint's. The Hans Baagos were Monday callers at Adolph Hansen's. •Mrs. Albert Norland, 'Mankato, the Lyle Hansens and boys and Mrs. Rose Hansen, Thompson, were Saturday guests at Adolph Hanson's. The Gernart Hantelmans and Robin Heine visited Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Goldie Bennett's at Osage. The Eldon Duncans attend ed Cinerama at Minneapolis over the weekend. The Ray Uthofs attended the Hiawatha Pageant at Pipestone, Minn. Saturday. iMrs. William Hantelman spent last week with her parents, the W. B. Schmidtkes at Morristown, Minn. The Hilbert Hantelmans were Sunday guests at Ed Bruhn's. The Donald Hurlburts and THOMAS FUNIRA1CHAPIL Nnttn, Exptritnud Embalm«n and Funtral Dirtxtert 14 Hour ItrvUt FuntrolMay It RtftrrttJ To Ui With Confldtiut FIWON .itMoiTio HEAR YE! YE! . _AMF RICAN IN 1 ' ('NA' '\f-\: .PSYCHEDELIC COLOR CUPPE OF COFFEE only 5 C DURING RIDICULOUS DAYS FRIDAY ONLY RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES PETER FONDA SUSAN STRASBERG UKBRUCE DENNIS « (D s*iu •„,,„, JACK NICHOLSON IDERN • HOPPER-SACHSE- »r ROGER GORMAN ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK RECORDING ON TOWER RFCORDS We Are Open 7 A.M. • 8 P.M. Monday • Friday 7 A.M. - 3 P.M. Saturdays HOTEL ALGONA COFFEE SHOP ALGONA, IOWA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEES ONLY 2 SHOWS EACH DAY Froo Candy Treat For All DRIVE-IN THEATRE At-ONA , IOWA Wednesday Ihru Saturday JULY 26—29 WALT DISNEY'S WitrDISNEti .the GOO that flew! v,^ ^f 1 ^!' M *^ AND THE JUNGLE HUNTER** A baby elephant. a pml-si/cd hunlni and a hilarious chmip ., loose in Alnca's wondeiland ol Ihnllsi AZIMBALIST Ctxnpany (Vodutlroo SHOWS START AT 1 P.M. AND 3 P.M. MOM: Leavo th« kids here and thtn do your Ridiculous Day Shopping. All Seats 50c iy thru Wednesday JULY 30 THRU AUGUST 2 THIS PROGRAM ONLY: Children 50c — Adults $1.00 IS THIS HKJH-SCHOPL TODAY ? ..ARE THCSE TQOWS $TU£NTS ? Saturday MiMto Show WGUIOK'T DIE jo—AUGUST A LOVELY CORTd HEATH SimiMl I fcko« | Jmts H. Nicholson Rof« Cotmin's PioductiM >ifmmm. ,PSYCH£0£UC pffERFONDA-susANSTRASBERG LJ-SSSI, OlliaiMAL SOUND TRACK StCOROIKO W TQWEg MCQ89I • M MKiKW WTERN/WQ*M.PIW UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE I CONTINUOUS SHOWS ON SUNDAY STARTING AT 1 P.M. SANW DENNIS

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