The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1945 · Page 3
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^^^^SMtt:jtei^i^§MsBiJi : ' : ^ j ?'t'?^^;y'ff^'^'v^'i ! -i'' ; .J ! . '''. "'• til f flttltlKrJifft*' Nlt^ Jilaw of Mabtt •"">an " . wapbie- to tell , : H6 18 6fl the iltuftted in the ds itt"wli8i . - , He describes the jJeojue thefi as endured; mufif ,but . ifldustrMiS and, as had just Christmas cards tout said of the mall came through Algofia, Iowa, July 12, 1945 *, =.. . •;•.:••'>"..' Mrs. -J, -ft- iJfiecfcSen entertained a gf 8Uf» 6* frJends and relatives at hee- ftbme- Friday, evenlftg. The tuesta included Mr. "and Mrs, syi- " jSc"eBsott aftX! fftmilyV of Otto sen; Mf. and Mrs. Oscar Sween and daughter tidisV of Parker 1 , S. D., and Mr. atid Mrs. Sam Thdrsland and family. Weekend Visitors Weekend visitors at the ft. B. Carlson home Were his sister Alice Carlson of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrts. Clara Carlson and daughter Fern, of EstherVllle. el Estimate School District e fidard of DiredtdM of Luverhe, Independent School District* (LuVerne Township, Kossuth Cdunty, Iowa, will meet Atig,;;2, 1946, at 8 £. M., at SehoolHouSe. Taxpayers will be heard for 0? against the,following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, 1944, artd ending June -30, 1945.' A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearlngi ;•;>» : E. C. BROADIB, District Secretary. FUNDS 1 2 Expenditures for ;Year ~ n. «* S General \....u..u.......$21,700 Transporation 2,054 Library^ .^...u.;.;.,.....,.. 189 "G" Bonds 5,000 Total General Fund $28,943 Bonds -and Interest 1,799 425,266 2,640 290 $28,196 1,756 Spend* Sunday with Family, Deimat Kinseth, relief section fo^man at Vlnton, spent Sunday With his family in Bode. Mf, and Mrs. John Lomen ac- companled by their son anddaugn* teMn-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. karyln Lomen, of Des Moines, have re^ turned from a week's fishing trip In northern Minnesota. Mrs. Gordon Olson and son Edwin are spending a few days with friends at Slater. Callers at Kliweth Home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and S6h Jerry, of Ottosen, were callers Saturday afternoon at the Delmar Kinseth home. Spend Sunday at Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen spent Sunday at the Severt Nelson home. Mrs. Jenson and Mrs. Nelson are sisters. Stanley Nelson returned with them for a short visit in Forest City. Mona Larson is spending a vacation from duties in St Paul* Minn., ttrlt-lM. ' lv^« j... <* f^ . « M. .•' M Albeft Lichter, AlgMiSi a dinner great Monday at the M I. Lichter home, Vlsito »fother, Sister. <Mrs. It, J. Smith spent the pis 10 days with her mother Mrs Elizabeth Little, at Kinisiey, ah with her sister, Mrs. Robert Me Farlane, at Siou* City. She re turned home Sunday. Methodist Church Notes. with her parents, Lars Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Total All Purposes $30,742 • $29,951 Secretary's balance July 1, 1945. $26,700 3,000 : 300 $29,000 •1,735 $30,735 H '$6,600 3,000 $18,400 $1,000 110 $1,110 $9,600 125 $9,725 $18,400 1,500 $19,900 1. GENECRAI, FUND :;......„ .{.:Jfc3,287 2. LesS;U»paid Bills ...:.........../......•: ...$ 287 3. Less •Balance'Reserved...... 2,000 2,287 Net Unencumbered Balance (G. F.) 1,000 SCHOOL; HOUSE FUND..... ; 1/729 Num/ber Of persons of school age, Humboldt Co. 55 Kossuth County" 129;.;........,..... , 184 Taxable valuation, 1944, Humboldt $174,751, Kossuth $338,061 Moneyfeand Credits, 1944, Humboldt $7,930, Kossuth none. Budget Estimate and Record of Filing Town and City Estimate NOTICE—The Town council of Fenton of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 25, 1945, at 7 P. M. ( at Mayor's Office. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning April 1, 1946. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. . ' •,;-iii : MRS. F. J. WEISBROD, Town Clerk. -Mr-rand Mrs. Herman Gullixson, Virginia and George have arrived from California for a few weeks visit with relatives and friends. Enrout* to West Coast. F. W. Aldinger, S 3/c, has arrived from a storekeepers training school at Mechanicsburg, Pa., for' a 6-day leave- with his" wife and two children; He is enroute to the west coast. : Auxiliary Install* Officers. , The American Legion Auxiliary met July 3 with Mrs. Leonard Schmidt at this last meeting of the year, Installation of officers took place and was in charge of Mrs! Henry Olsen. Pederson Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kennedy were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. iL. Pederson. Other guests there Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer.Peder^ons. Were In DCS Molncs. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Olson and son Edwin spent last Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moines. The official board meets thi Thursday at 8 p. m., at the par sonage. •Missionary study group wil meet With Mrs. Clara Wessel, Wed nesday, July 18. Mrs. Karl Ah dersen is the leader. Missionary Maidens meet thi fourth Saturday in the month Place of next meeting will be given later. House Ownership Change*. Harry Sankeys have moved to the house east of the track formerly owned by Joe Zanke. The Sankeys have bought the place William Batts have purchased the Shanor place where Sankeys have been living and plan to move this Week. Donald Kienetzs moved a small house into town and are living in It. They had lived in the house recently bought toy Harry Sankeys. Return from Fott Dodge, Eugene and Karen Steward returned July 3 from Fort Dodge, where they had visited Larry and Cheryl Beth Johnson. The Johnsons brought them home and spent a day with friends here. Mrs. Oliver Graham will have Fortnightly Club at her home Friday afternoon. Pfc, George Sengbush came the last of the week to spend a furlough with is family here. Mrs. F. L. Pratt went to Worthington, Minn., Sunday where she will spend several days with her daughter Mrs. Earl Nester. . , Lou Trunkhlll left Monday for his home in Hettinger, N. D. He had spent the" past two weeks with his brother, John f runkhill. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler and Dennis and Elza Wolk spent the Fourth with Mfj and Mrs. Lester Lovstad, in StewaJtville, Minn. Margaret Richmann, of Ormsby, Minn., spent Friday and Saturday with Mary Jean Racht. She had also visited friends in Algoha. Mrs. Bagby went to Estherville this week where she will care for a lady there who Is an invalid. Mrs. Bagby had visited at the Clifford Abbas hftnie. Mrs. Verneli HardgroVe and daughters attended a picnic July 4 at the Ralph Brd\vns t Algon.a. Barbara Hardgrbve tit spending a week with relatives there.' Mrs. Alex Anderson and two children, of Dyke, came Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Alviha Powers. She returned to her home Saturday, taking her mother with her for a visit. LaVonne Griese left Friday by bus from Algona for Omaha, Nebr. where she witt attend MtS; tronle fadid aM television gche-M, LavPnne graduated this spMtf| from high school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogelj Mrir, Paul Moore, Mrs. Hbwald McMiil* len, Jimmy and Jerry Were busi* ness visitors In Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Larriwer Haddle and sons, of Swea City, spent Sun« Soli was Mm Jdhn Kfth Sf AldeftY<Mittn^ aftd -,-,, Ed Krollhberi 'MA sM, o* Minfl,,-AM the Rev./A; were dinfteT guests ai the* Hli home. ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT Budget Estimate School District NOTICE:-^The Board of Directors of Fenton Independent School District, Fenton Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 23 1945, at 9 P. M., at School House. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, 1945, and ending June 30, 1946. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. PAUL W. EIGLER, District Secretary. 1 2 Expenditures for Year FUNDS rd 00 ik P! § % sf? lip 5 6 I S al General..' $14589.98 $18155.90 $19105.79 $2905.79 $4000.00 $12200.00 "otal General ' •Fund $14589.98 $18155.90 $19105.79 $2905.79 $4000.00 $12200.00 kinds and Interest .. 2933.47 2845.87 1495.00 . 150000 'otal All Purposes ..$17523.45 $21001.77 $20600.79 $2905.79 $4000.00 $13700.00 $4401.88 ecretary's balance July 1, 1945. . General Fund i Less Balance Reserved 1496.09 et unencumbered Balance (G. F.) $2905.79 chool House Fund ...$1804.59 st. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value -. $20.19 r umber of persons of schools age „ ^ 122 axable valuation, 1944 " "$552,336 /loneys and Credits, 1944 $126,016 School District of Lu Verne, Independent, LuVerne, fowa, ship of LuVerne, County of Kossuth, for the year ending June 30, 194Si We hereby certify that ,the following report Is Correct as reduif by Sees. 4242 and 4242-bl, Code of Iowa! . ™ " ' ... . HUG-H SHIRK, President. E. C. BROADIE, Secretary.- RECEIPTS— General Fund , School n „ . r , General House On Hand Last Report ........... . ..... ; ........ . ............. -.. * 4 323 21 f General Fund Tax Levy. ............... . ........................ ...'14,232.80 Semi-annual Apportionment .................................. 230.65 Tuition ................................................. .„., .................... 9,600.00 Income from Property Transporation ...... . ............ 2,140.65 Sale of Text Books and Supplies and Rental ........ 723.94 Other Sources, Town ............ ; ......... .. ..... . .................... 227 X 58 TOTAiL— <Jeneral Fund ....... .... ........... .. ................ $31,483\83 ' RECEIPTS— School House Fund On Hand Last Report. ..... ................... .... ................... School House (Fund Tax Levy. ......................... Other Sources Int. on "G" Bonds....; ............... TOTAL— School House Fund .......................... RECAPITULATION On Hand Last Report ...... . ..... . ....................... . ........... $ 4,328.21 Total Receipts, Current Year ............................. ..... 27,155.62 Total ........... ........................................................ .• ...... ..$31,483.83 Disbursements Cur. Year. ..... •. ..................................... 28,196.41 Balance on Hand This Report ................................ $ 3,287 42 DISBURSEMENT— School House farmers Slate Bank, retire bonds ___________ . _ ._„... Farmers State Bank, Interest ............ _ ......... Total .................................... DISBURSEMENTS-^General eneral Control .. ........................................... ..; ........... . ......... $ 1681.73 - : Instruction ................................................................. ........... 17,423 52' Auxiliary Agencies ................................................................ . ......... .'. 2,706.48 i Co-ordinate Act. .... ............................................. .. .. • •' >3.42'f Operation of Plant .................... . ...................... . ......... .... . .. 276512 Maintenance .. .............................................. , 804 96 • Fixed Charges ................................................. i.!.!""!!!™!!™!"'"™"'"''- ; 444.53i; talOutlay ....... . ...................................................................... . ..... 2,119.77 > Service ........... . ........................... . ............ ... ........................ . ..... ... e .0S1 devolving Accts ....................................... ^ .................... 450 83; l Total • ................ * ...................... • ........................... . ...... :...Z...Z- $ 1,871.2ft 1,488.97 125.06 $3,486.23 , 1,613.97 $ 3,486.26 1,756.62 $ 1,729.64 $ 1,500.00^ 265.62 $ 1,755.62 ; • 1 •.;. 2 Expenditures for Year FUNDS . Consblidated Funds . General .. ..................... ......'...$1021 .Grading ....... ...: ................... 182 Improvement . ............. ........ ..;..s::;^;.v...v: 2170 '. •:%( TotalCohsoUdated; i.^ Fire Maintenance ..;....;:;:... >Fire Equipment ::J ....... ........... 128 Band ............ ..... ..... ......... ......... 75 Park ;.,... ................. . ......... ....... 9 Totals ......................... ... .......... $4026 Taxable valuation (1944) '..'. ....;.;.$255,900 Moneys and credits (1944) $119,010 Fenton.'Incorp. Lands..; ...„ $3,900 Quarterly Statement, Summary of Proceedings School District of LuVerne Independent, Township of LuVerne, County of Kossuth, for the quarter ending June 30, 1945. "-y GENERAL FUND .' "" v^' •„'<!•: Balance from Previous Quarter............:;....... ........: .Red $ 1,084.10 Received During This Quarter.. 10,397.36 Warrants Drawn During This Quarter. _..;. 6,025.84 Balance at end of This'Quarter...... ......$ 3,287.42 SCHOOL HOUSE FUSfD Balance from Previous Quarter. ;..'.....'. ', ..;.$1Q13.84 Receivefl During This Quarter. 832.73 Warrants Drawn During This Quarter 116.93 Balance at end of This Quarter.... ............,..........:.. $1,729.64 Summarized Proceedings Pertaining to Financial Matters and Expenses of Previous Quarter Board held regular meetings. Allowed the following bills. ' Expenses Include purchase of text books and janitor supplies for the coming year, and an increase in salary for music teaching. LIST OF WARRANTS OF PREVIOUS QUARTER House Fund—Disburse- Town of LuVerne, water,... School ments Farmers State Bank, int. on bonds ......................:.....$116,93 General Fund—Disbursements Collector of Internal Revenue; income tax, with- 10.36 -Iowa State Bank, Algona, income tax withheld ,489,8.0 Jowa Public;Service, light :• and power, ,„......,.',..„.,.., 67,09 N, W. 'Bell Telephone Co., service _.,.,.,„.., 22.74 J. A. B3eJle, petty cash acct. 30,26 • JjlSuTUOliOTl '•»PMf'ii»»n»f••»«»••'*"•«" s ' 0«8P Beth SWfk, substitute ,: -teaching /„.,,«"•«,.,-•»..,„.'„,., J5,75 J,.V&ughn Standard Service^. >; - . bus supplies ,„„;,.;.,,„„,„„„, 86,70 B, CPdy,Jtandard Service, Jmsjjupplies — J LuVerne iPharmacy; general and first aid sup... „... 9.58 Phil Lichty Hardware, Jan-' itor supplies ' , '.... 34.16 Hefti.Locker & filkt., home ••- ec. supplies ,.„„....... 9.03 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., 'teachers contracts .. < ..,........,,.,...,76 Iowa State College, Ames, .films., inst, ..,-:....... 16,23 J. S. Latta & Son, maintenance .;....,.„.„„,< —...... 6.61 Algona Upper Des Moines. , publication .„.,...,...„„,„...„ 16.31 J, K, Hamilton, commencement sp'eakep ...,.. t ....v;,.,.., 25.00 F. I. Chapman, Hardware ( + k janitor suppWes. ,,;..,;„,;(..„ 24,80 Fred Tlede, laundry.,...,;,.,., 2,35 and CampbeU, p|ay Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Aldinger spent Monday and Tuesday at Okoboji. Mrs. Glenn Tof teberg spent July 4 with her. sister, Mrs James Elliott, of Fort Dodge. Dennis Vaag, small son of Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Vaag, has recovered from a light case of pneumonia. Lois Bergum has returned to her duties in Cedar Rapids after a week's visit at the home of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Hansen, of Long Beach, Calif., have returned to the west coast after a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pederson. Mr. .and Mrs. Karlyn Lomen. after a 10 days vacation spent, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lomen, have returned to their home in Des Moines. Mrs. J. B. Jacobson, Mrs. Ingeborg Swenson and Mr. and Mrs. Sam 'Thorsland spent ..Sunday evening ,-.iif the home M Mr. and 'Ittrs. Henry Henrikson in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. George Pederson, Jackie and Patty Lee, of Monona, have returned to their home after a visit at the home of Mrs. Pederson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pederson. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorsland and daughter Thelma and young son Sammy have returned from a weekend visit spent in Iowa City with -the Thorsland's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bollihoeser. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Opheim, of Ames, and sons David and Lt. Wallace Opheim, were weekend visitors at the Bernold Opheim home. They are former Bode resi- dents'and were enroute from Okoboji where they had been spending several days.':'.:' ; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, and her sister Mrs. Frank Krumm, of Mason City, spent July 4 at the home of their sister, Mrs. George Free, In Algona. They also visited Mrs. R. L. Duncan and daughter Diana and small son Bobby, of West Bend, who are guests at the Free home. Dill PICKLES Pantry Pride PEANUT BUTTER. ............ ........ 12 Zigler's APPLE BUTTER... ..... ..... ..... . ....... 28 oz. jar oz. jar Z9c 15c 25c , You! Because . . You're Doing Such a Swell Job I You're not only preparing healthful, tasty meals during these handicap wartime conditions, but . . . you now have definite plans for canning and freezing foods that are just coming in to the market. Yes, "Hats off to Mom." This is her'busy season. ' ",' Imitation Black mm iifc oz. Carnation MILK Fruit COCKTAIL No. 2% can _„ Folgers COFFEE Mbrary Sti*a«i Worthington Guests. Mrs. Eonald Eldrldge, her sons Greg and Mack, were guests the week of the Fourth, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Earl Nester, In Worthingtpn, Minn, On Eyakus Island. Mr, and Mrs, Harry Sankey recently heard from their son Junior, stating that he is now on Ryii- kus Island. Junior has been in the service two years and six months, Cpl. Henry Sankey has been transferred from Ft, Leonard Wood Mp., to a camp W California, McDonnell Guests. Mrs; w, H. MpOonneU and sons Blijy and John, pf FuWerton, Calif,, are visiting 8t tt»e 'Howard McMik len home, Mrs. McDpnneU is 8 sis* •ter of'Mp, MeMullen, Larry and Hpjdipg are staying with; 4 jejrry MpMidJeB tWs thei^j j W athw ? 4« at fl| COOL, FRESH, CRISP FRUITS, VEGETABLES Watermelon . . Ib. 3Mc SUPER SUDS Sunkist Lv Oranges Cantaloupe 23c Sunkist XEMONS Calif. ONIONS.. 2 dozen 49c 6 for 29c 3 ibs.29c 5c 2«.,17c Potatoes, pk96c DKANO LEWIS LIE 21c for PERFEX IVORY SOAP, large. 196 We DOWNYFLAKE DONUTS Fresh CUCUMBERS each Calif. CARROTS.. L for Made Fresh Hourly ; DONUTS AND A CU1 OF COFFEE t'WiHSfflffllpfe: tftiAT Kerr Mason JARS, pts 49c SUMPS! Kerr Mason JARS, qts,,.. CANNING SUPPLIES »iiilAPS Kerr Mason Wide Mouth Pints, cloz....... COTf Afil CHEIJt illlll •^^SBMff'w^^ ^fe^^^iJV^-t'^s^ ; 's*W

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