Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1966 · Page 2
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2—ALGONA (low«) ADVANCE MONDAY, FEB. 2J, t»66 Woman's father dies Feb. 17 in England Irvington — Mrs. Margaret Kent, Algona, received word of the sudden death Feb. 17 of her father, Albert Ward 65, Watford, England. The cause of death was a heart attack. Mr. Ward had been iti his usual health and he and Mrs. Ward had planned to visit Mrs. Kent and family in Algona next summer. There is also a daughter in Canada, and a son and daughter near them in England. Watford is 18 miles north of London. Irish singers r~ Mrs. Blanche Lage returned Friday from a week at Diamond City, Ark. where she owns, a home. Enroute she spent one night with the son, the Eugene Lages, Des Moines, and then, stopped at Warsaw, Mo. , and picked up a sister and her husband, the Elmer Dyes, taking them along to Diamond City. The Frank Asas, Rutland, and Mrs. Marie Maass, LuVerne, visited a week ago Thursday at Oliver Knudsen's, Irvington. Mrs. Knudsen had been sick for a number of days. Mrs. Asa, Mrs. Maass and Mrs. Knudsen are sisters. The Asas were at the Knudsens again..last Mbn day and then went-to LuVerne for the night with Mrs. Maass. The Frank Asas, formerly of Ir vington, recently returned from Waterloo,.where they had stayed at Kenneth Asa's two weeks while they were at Miami, Fla. The son David, in school did not go to Florida. Kenneth, oldest son of the Frank Asas, runs a business in Waterloo. Youth Fellowship met a week ago Thursday at the Irvington church. The first lesson in. An Outline of the Christian Faith was conducted by lay pastor, Keith Strayer. Don Canaday had devotions and Susan and Bob Kent the lunch. Gloria Canaday, who entered ..St. Ann hospital a week ago Saturday had more' x-rays the next i,Monday. Gloria fell between "two desks at school last week Thursday and wrenched a hip. The -Donald. Hansens, Algona, haYeva. : daughter,jborn Feb. ; 18 at the, Bcitt hospital/Hie ba* by was named Cheryl Renee, and weighed 6 Ibs. HVa oz, The Hansens have two other children, a son and daughter! Maternal grandparents are the Lewis Berninghauses, Armstrong, and paternal grandparents are the Charles Reapers, Irvington, Mrs. Margaret Kent, Algona, was in Britt a week ago Sunday to visit her mother-in-law, Mrs. Clara Kent, 80, who is hospitalized there. The Dwight Sabins returned to Des Moines last Monday after the funeral for Mrs. Sabin's mother, Mrs. Martha Adams. The services were held at the Presbyterian church, Algona, with burial at Burt. Mrs. Harold Sabin, Peggy and David, and the Geo. Olsens we. nt lo Ringsted a week ago Sunday to visit the Roy Bensens, parents of Mrs. Sabin. It was Mrs. Bensen's birthday. Mrs. Dick Fellin and Joe and Dail, Emmetsburg, are spending a few days with her parents, the B. O. Davises, while Dick Fellin is in Des Moines taking a refresher course for three days for the.highway patrol. Missionary Study group met Thursday in the Irvington church. Mrs. Gerald Schmitt was leader with Mrs. Florence Col• well having devotions. They voted to send blankets overseas and will start collecting them immediately. 60TH — Mr. and Mrs. Bert Miller, Afton. celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary there on Feb. 13th. They had been married Feb. 14, 1906. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors ^ _... A ^___ RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE —t — Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 889-9796 — FENTON RINGSTEQ PHONES: 886-1006 — *»6-100! — W4-1970 111 FEIS EIREANN singers will appear in the Algona high school auditorium tomorrow night (Tuesday) at 8 p.m. in the third of four concerts in the Kossuth County Community Concert program for 1965-66. This company of bubbling young Irish men and women, musicians one and all, will present a program especially designed to convey Irish music at its irre- sistable best. 25th wedding is observed by Lone Rock pair Lon* Rock — A crowd of 125 helped the Clair Bollingers celebrate their 25th wedding Feb. 20 at the Presbyterian church from 2 to 5. Their attendants at their wedding were the Dale Weisbrods but they were unable to attend as they were arranging a trip to Hawaii for their 25th anniversary. Their son Willis, in the service, was also unable to attend but he phbned that afternoon from Ft. Devens, Mass. Guests were from Lone Rock, Fenton, Rolfe, Bancroft, Pioneer and Algona. Their daughter Marilyn sponsored the occasion. open house for Evelyn Earing retiring postmaster. Farm Auctions Feb. 28 -— Palmer Cassem closing out auction today starting at 12:30 p.m. at farm located 7 miles east of Armstrong on highway 9. Sale includes three tractors and full line of machinery. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; State Bank of Ledyard, clerk. Full sale details in classified page today. MARCH 4 — Ervin Ruhnke farm sale, at farm located 4% miles south of Fenton on highway 44. Sale includes full line of machinery and 20 head of cattle. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Full sale details in Advance today. Fun Night. Diane Larson gave talk and Sigrid Johnson .a demonstration. Shirley and Bon- nie Becker gave a team demon-' 'The Jim Walnisleys, Sac City, i toebig, patient in the Britt hos- stfation. Diane Larson is repor- visited her patents, the Elmer | f$tal, ano^ Mrs^ LoeWgjtt west ter. VlSllBU Her paiiCina, mo m«.~» r £ , ---- -•- - - Doughans, her uncle Victor'View Rest Home at StMl-ANNUAL StttUMtNT Ot tHt BOARD Of SUPERVISOR* Of KOJSUtM CoijNtV, iOWA Wltfc ftaidl. Volft TreaMiref af said County tat fhe period from May 31, 1*«*/ to ft«t«mbe* 11, 1»M, lhtl«rtl»* FUNDS COUNTY' AUDITOR'S STAfEMENT Auditor's Ledger Worrants Overdrawn Balance Outstanding Treasurer's Ledger Overdrawn Balance (Serv. SURPRISE PARTY Friday night, the Howard Bierstedts were surprised by friends for their 19th wedding anniversary. Guests included the Virgil Borchardts, Ferdinr and Bierstedts, Rob't. Mitchells and Franklin Muellers, Fenton, Billie Norlands, Chester Wil- Algona, John Bierstedts Walter Bierstedts, LuVer- ne, Joe Kemnas and Bill Larsons, Bancroft. They brought the lunch and the party was sponsored by Margaret Bierstedt and Mrs. Larson. AUXILIARY MEETING The Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall. A report was given of collecting $64 for the March of Dimes, and $4 was sent to a Rehabilitation State Fund. Six women attended a county meeting at Fenton at which Mrs. Louis Miller, 8th. District president, Denison, was year conference was given by Mrs. Ruth Simonsmeier of Ledyard. The nominating committee for county officers is Rosa Harson, chairman, Mrs. Marie Schmeling, Whittemore, and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Burt. The Auxiliary also is sponsoring the MISSION SPEAKER Immanuel Lutheran Aid met Feb. 11. Mrs. Harold Wolter gave the mission topic on India. Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Fenton, was speaker and showed the film, Unsheathed, and spoke on Messengers of Christ. Mrs. Leonard Pompe gave a report on Mission fair to be held in the Algona zone. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Jack Chrischilles had bridge club Thursday night. Mrs. Fritz Nielsen was a substitute, Winners were Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, high, Mrs. Jim Kolp, second. Payroll Soldiers' Bonus Com0.) -.i- Assessor Soles Tax Automobile License __ Ag. Extension Service Use Tox General County Court Expense State Institution V..--County Insane Secondary Rood Mental Health Institute County School . General Retirement School Retirement Soldiers' Relief C. H. Bond Funds Domestic Animal Bovine Tuberculosis .Bangs Disease Teachers' Institute — Conservation Drainage Assessments City Special Assessments Corporation Funds — School District Funds Township Funds District Library Qounty Fair Special Courses Ag. Land Credit Rood Clearing Korean Bonus Soldier's Exemption — Advance Personal Weed Eradication Twp. Fire Union Slough Board of Education .. 848.47 4,734.49 35.74 163,835.02 •813.19 10,836.27 149,910.46 6,857.94 96,828.68 27,370.38 12,626.37 471,775.62 2,073.98 5,035.30 30,229.52 3,491.72 10,179.29 2,070.82 9,542.96 12,467.24 20,792.69 1,204.28 55,508.47 70,909.09 1,410.94 15,569.16 94,223.62 247.60 1,166.99 266.01 397.88 107.83 18,795.34 106.96 1.44 6,008.93 9,192.81 1,274.36 271.47 14,413.87 3,665.36 599.16 31.85 1,187.59 496.66 462.70 61,292.62 242.15 2,070.30 46.20 41,811,70 46.95 242.54 3,665u36 848.47 . 5,333.65 35.74 163,835.02 813.19 10,836.27 149,942.31 8,045.53 97,325.34 27,833.08 12,626.37 533,068.24 2,073.98 5,035.30 30,229.52 3,491.72 10,421.44 2,070.82 9,542.96 12,467.24 22,862.99 1,204.28 55,554.67 112,720.79 1,410.94 15,569.16 94,223.62 247.60 1,213.94 266.01 397.88 107.83 18,795.34 106.96 1.44 6,008.93 9,192.81 1,274.36 271.47 14,656.41 Net balance on hand - •1*333,433.20 112,195.78 1,445,628.98 SISTERHOOD MEETING P E O Sisterhood will meet Wednesday evening at Mrs. Russ Buchanan's with Mrs. E. Gilmore co-hostess. : Algono, Iowa, February 1st, 1966 I; More Moore' Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby certify that the statement given above;' correctly shows the condition of the funds in the Kinds of Rosello Voigtj Treasurer of .said County, at the close of business December 31, 1965, as shown'by accounts in my office, . / - . ' MARC MOORE • ..'•'•. County Auditor. COUPLES CLUB The Russ Buchanans were hosts to their Couples Club Saturday night. After dinner cards w,ere played. Letters to the Editor in the June BROTHER IS DEAD Mrs. A. D. Newbrough received the news of the death of her brother Harry Reynolds, Tacoma, Wash., Thursday. The Howard Blanchards visited friends and relatives over the weekend enroute to their rts, Wilson, N.C. WALLEYES — At the annual fish fry sponsored by the Wyoming Fair association nearly 600 pounds of walleyed pike fillets were served to sons recently. some 500 per- THANK YOU The officers and enlisted men of Btry. B, 1st Howitzer Battalion 194th Artillery, Algona, Iowa, would like to thank you for the coverage the Advance gave us toward promoting our annual "Muster Day". Howard W. Stephenson Capt., Arty, Iowa ARNG ASSETS IN HANDS OF COUNTY TREAJUfttft . AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC, 31, 1965. - . T6 Cash irt Banks (See Treasurer's Balance in Schedule Below) — — -Cash in Drawer '- '----- ' (Treos. error carried forward) . — ---- •Total Cash on Hand and in Bonks ' B..OHCC .« ft.**.** •»„££*.,*• •«>£» .»«. •&»•• (Longs) ' ' iers' (Shorts) In Transit Certlfl- Out- Name of Bank Town cotes standing Security State Bonk, Algono .... 5,992:24 361^,665.36' 56.90 Iowa State Bank Algona -- 4,359.'l9 147,798.35 21.48 : armer's & Trader's -Savings, Bancroft -- 49575 78,716.48 Burt Savings Burt 386ioO, 84,572.05 Farmer's Trust and Savings, • . Lakoto - 386.25 62,499.74 Swea City State Swea City - 1,592.70 78,960.84 Lone Rock Lone' Rock - 53,562.25 Farmer's State Whlttemore - 54,077.13 State Bonk of Ledyard, Ledyard .. 480'.75 72,885.74 First Trust and Savings, Fenton -- 551.22 58,554.05 Titonka Savings Titonka 2,310.26 67, 768. 62 Exrhnnap State' Weslev 53,859.39 Time Certificates -- 250,000.00 2.71 .75 Net Amt. on Deposit in Banks . at close of Business Dec. 31, • __ . 1965 - - 16,554.36 1,424,920.00 78.38 . ol; Amount ,441,397.94 4,218.02 13.02 ,445,628.98 treasurer's Net Balance ' 367,602.18 152,136.07 79,213.23 84,958.15 62,845.74 80,553.55 • 53,562.25 54,076.63 73,366,59 59,105.28 70,078.88 53,859.39 250,000.00 '• 1,441,397.94 Algona, Iowa, February 1, 1966 We, the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby certify that the foregoing statement correctly shows the assets in the hands of Rosello Voigt, Treasurer of said county, as counted by us, on the 31st day of December, 1965. . . • . JOHN H, RODE A. M. 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