8-Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnes Thursday, April 13, 1967 their beds. Evelyn March 30 - Almost time for April showers which I think everyone would greet joyfully. It is dry and dusty and a good soaking rain would start the grass and spring flowers, yet there are reports on early flowers bravely coming up. Speaking of flowers, my last violets didn't do well and I called"Dr. Catherine Fisch", who took them home and discovered the sponges in the bottom of the planter Were no longer absorbing the water as they should. So, over she came with 2 new plants, a purple and a white slightly tinted, both beautiful and so perky. Mrs. Walter Morz was delivering some belated Easter reading pamphlets and brought one to me. Something was said, I don't remember just what, but she exclaimed, "Oh, YOU are the one who writes Tidbits". I entered a guilty plea and was gratified at her kind remarks. Then she disclosed that her husband, pastor of the Presbyterian church, and Dick Post were World War n buddies. Just more proof of this small world. The picture of little Martha Smith and the big bunnie she won was so cute. I called her mother, Trudy to tell her what an adorable daughter she and Don Jr. have. There was no argument there - they know what a honey she is, and her big eyes don't miss a thing, I'll bet. Well, I'm sure our little Katie will be a cutie, too. Her mother Gayle Henderson, was and her father Herbert Kierulff is a fine looking man and Gayle is a very attractive woman. A recent letter from Gayle had a picture of him enclosed, but I have already mentioned it and the change of residence from Pomona to Glendale. * * * Mrs. Geneva Dodds, who has been a resident here for some time, considers herself well enough now to return to her own home. I believe her injuries were received in an auto accident, and though she uses one crutch, she seems to get around quite well. Idon'tbelieve I'd be brave enough to try and keep house by myself. Two girls came in yesterday and stood in the hall outside my door. They seemed a little un- certain as to where to go, so I asked if there was anything I could do to help them. I thought they might be calling on someone and didn't know where to go. It turned out one wanted to see Mr. Nasby so I called a nurse who contacted him. In the meantime, we talked a little and I said to the smaller one "how old are you", for I know there is an age limit. I figured she was about 14 from her size. 1 was floored when she said 22. I said, "stand by me. Maybe there is SOMEONE I am taller than." But bless me - Hattie Burligame was here and she said there was so little difference, but I might just be an inch taller, possibly. She weighes 90 pounds. I weighed 93 in high school, but now I'm 110 and wish I were back to 100. Is anyone ever satisfied? This was in the April Readers Digest and is so cute I want to pass it on. "Arm-in-arm, my husband and I left the altar to the strains of the wedding march. Nearly at the door, I turned my ankle and winced in pain. I felt it swelling, but it was hidden by my long gown. With difficulty, I managed to walk the few steps to the waiting taxi. Til never forget the look on the driver's face when my husband said urgently, "To the hospital, and hurry." (Helen Millham, Fullerton, Pa.) There was another cute one and I phoned Trudy Smith and read it to her. Don puts a few clever bits in his column and maybe he will use it. It also was in the Digest, but was more well, we'll see if he uses it. There are three cartoons I look at each day - "Family Circus" first, then Abbie and Slats and then Dagwood. " Family C i rcus' is the best by far, and so typical. It takes Abbie a long time to reach the point, and I knew all the time Fritz would let the inner man come uppermost and win the race for good old what- you-may-call it school - but it took several days before he did the right thing. As for Dagwood, he must be the cleanest man in the world, for he is in the bath tub so frequently. Noon - and when I got up to turn on my radio, I looked out the window and there was the robbin I heard a few days ago. Bless his little red breast! And a cardinal favored us with a flash into the pine tree. I wish they'd come oftener and stay longer. They are so pretty, but flit away so soon. Two more days till the TV magazine section crossword puzzle. I should have the greatest vocabulary after doing so many and some of the words are pretty "far out", but I love it and start it as soon as I do my Sunday reading-religious booklets and a certain number of chapters of the Bible. I call it my going to church. I have finished Psalms which I think are frequently hard to get the exact meaning. I am in Proverbs now, then Til go back over the New Testament. One can always find something new no matter how frequently read. Apparently the Littles are back home, for I received a picture folder of San Francisco and San Rafael, their home, is in that area. San Francisco is a most interesting place. was always a strong resemblance of Gary Cooper and Fernley Nicoulin, which friends of the latter noticed. When I called a friend today she said she was having an early dinner. Being a gourmet, I said, "What are you having?" She said "Corn on the cob," which made drool. Then another friend said she was having liver. Well, I am not fond of liver, so I'd rather be dining with the corn- on-the~cobber. * * * Remember that old gag, which was supposed to be humorous. Customer to butcher, "Take back your heart - I ordered liver." Well, be it liver or heart, I can do without either nicely, and I'm not too fond of tongue. As for kidneys, which we don't hear too much about except in books with an English setting - kidney pie is supposed to be so good, but my pet cat turned his nose up at them even though we thought we were preparing a delicacy we though he'd like. So much for "innards." BARBER Mayor E. C. Carnal of Tama retired last month after 45 years barbering in the same room where he started on Main street. Carnal will continue as mayor of Tama and is now in his 27th year. LEGAL NOTICES QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District - Algona Community; Township - Cresco; County Kossuth. I do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for the quarter ending March 31, 1967. Vaughn K. Rising Secretary FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhouse Fund Balance from Previous Quarter Total Receipts for Quarter Total to Account for Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter' Transfer-Bond Account Balance at End of Quarter 4,542.19 13.129.04 17,671.23 none 90.75* 17,580.48 Plus Investments - 135,301.88 *S.H. Fund sub. account - transfer account only - not actual receipt or expenditures. GENERAL FUND Balance from Previous Quarter 137,030.30 Total Receipts for Quarter 193,741.67 Transfer-Investments Ret'd. 80,000.00 Total to Account for 410,771.97 I watched the Raymond Burr (Perry Mason) premier show, "Ironsides" the other evening. It can't compare in my opinion with the Perry Mason stories, but I may become accustomed to the new cast. I liked "Delia" "Paul" and the district attorney so much. One newspaper item said Burr has been on TV nine years and felt it was time to have a well-earned rest, but I am glad he will be on this new series and I hope in time I'll learn to like the cast. * * * The men here appreciate the warmer weather for now the sun porch is warm enough for them to sit there. The view is so nice and it's a fine place for chichat. The women on second floor have a nice room, too, overlooking College and Hall streets. It also serves as dining room for those who are able to leave Did any of you UDM readers notice how much Dan Murphy, who was guest speaker at the banquet April 6 at Garrigan, looks like "Paul Drake" (William Hopper) of the Perry Mason TV programs? The Thursday evening storm almost spoiled the Dean Martin show- but it didn't come with so much force till I had seen Gene Barry. Then I shut the TV off. Wouldn't it be nice if some scientist would concentrate on the elimination of storm interference rather than moon travel? A chat with Fern Foster revealed that she too noticed the Drake-Murphy resemblance. She said "When I saw the Murphy picture I though, WHO does he remind me of?" I mentioned it, and she said, "That's it!' There EXPENDITURES Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued - amount Total Expenditures Balance at End of Quarter Plus Investments 196,343.24 53,359.90 249,703.14 161,068.83 LIST OF WARRANTS (except salaries) SCHOOL HOUSE FUND To Whom Paid Transfer -BondAccount. .90.75* TOTAL 90.75 GENERAL FUND To Whom Paid Advance Publishing Co,. Advanced Systems, Inc. Algona Auto Repair . . . Algona Comm. Sen. Dlst, Clearing Acct Algona Floor Service . . Algona Implement Co. . Algona Insurance Agency Algona Municipal Utilities : Algona Plumbing and Heating Elgin Allen Allyn and Bacon, Inc. . American Art Clay ..152.69 . .94.70 . .24.20 Co., Inc 57.26 American College Testing Program 31.35 American Education Publications, Inc 4.25 F. H. Amstutz 28.18 Arnold Motor Supply 32.01 Art Education,Inc., Pub. ..168.60 Arwell 171.00 Ass'n. for Childhood Educational .International . ...2.60 Ass'n. of School Business Officials 20.00 Audiovisual Center Division of Extension and University Services - Univ. of Iowa 238.22 Mrs. Joan Baas 19.50 Baker and Taylor Co 61.61 Everett E. Barr Insurance 779.00 Barron's Educational Service Corp 4.55 Wes Bartlett 360.00 Benson's Welding 14.52 Bjustrom's Furniture . . . .17.05 Dick Blick 148.02 Blossom Ins. Agency . . . .12.00 Mr. Henry Bormann . . . .17.12 Bowman's Small Engines . .1.50 Joe Bradley Equipment . . .3.36 Harriett Bullock 228.00 Bureau of Educational Research & Serv 31.30 Business Education Films 36.00 California Test Bureau. . .190.70 Campbell and Hall, Inc. . .193.47 John Capeslus 8.28 Carleton Stewart Music Co 103.30 Carpenter Paper Co 404.81 Carson's for Color 50.08 Glenn Chally 10.00 Children's Music Center, Inc 5.95' Mrs. Julian Chrischilles . .19.50 The Chrischilles Store .. .116.96 Churchill Chemical Co. . ..34.26 City College Audio- Visual Center 11.01 Coast to Coast Stores . . . .19.95 Collins-Beier Co 2.66 Cook's Welders Supply . . .85.85 Cowan Corporation 399.33 Grouse Cartage Co 23.02 Culligan Soft Water Service 85.70 Dau's Garage 13.00 Dean's 12.00 Decker Brothers, Inc. ..1,232.42 Dictaphone Corp 586.00 Dietzgen Co 44.40 Druggists Mutual Ins.Co.. .77.00 Mrs. Millie Elbert 8.00 Ralph Elbert 3.00 Electronic Specialties . . ..86.60 Mr. William Fandel 8.00 Fareway Stores, Inc 39.28 Finn's Bakery 2.95 Mr. Frank Foley 8.00 Follett Library BookCo. ..267.84 Foster Furniture Co 22.60 Adolfo Franco 30.00 Frederick Hardware 61.71 R. J. Funk, Plumbing and Heating 4.85 Mrs. Amy Geerlng 19.50 George's Body Shop 45.00 Joyce Graham 246.00 Greenberg Auto Supply . . . .1.23 Wayne Hanson 3.00 Hanson-Bennet Magazine Agency 494.95 Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc 31.94 Harrison's 3.48 Ray Haugen . 53.25 Hawkeye Truck Equipment Co 6.30 Hedrick Brothers 46.45 1,461.10 . .12.00 .' . .4.70 1,260.00 3,052.90 . .80.14 .223.58 . . .9.35 $2466 Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Pr.ce for the Camaro Sport Coupe v.'ith the Standara Su. This. Camato sho/;n has at extra cost hoed stripe, 514.75; it/le trim group, 540.05; wheel covers, 521.10. ana wrvtewall tires, 531.35. All prices include Federal E*ose Tax and i^ggeitei deader dei'ver,- and har.aiing charge Herbst Ins. Agency 5*00 HertKbe rg-New Method, Inc 108.17 Hilton's Super Service . .2,200.30 Hood's Super Vnlu Store .. .H4.97 Hougliton MltninCo 01.HO Huntlngton Laboratories, Inc 18.00 Hutzell's Office & School Supplies 701.02 Mr. Herman Illfr 10.10 Indiana University 12.10 Industrial Electronics Corp 109.50 Ingrain's ; . .17.33 International Business Machines Corp 1,355.30 International Film Bureau, Inc 44.94 Iowa Ass'n. of School Business Officials 5.00 Iowa Employment Security Commission 8,637.13 Iowa Public Employees' Retirement Sys 6,708.92 Iowa State Bank 9.00 Iowa State University . .. .122.45 Iowa Testing Programs . .. .6.50 ISEA Library Service 102.83 Jack's O.K. Tire Service .. .3.00 Nellie James 234.00 Paul James 3.00 Jenkins Music Co 100.04 Johnson Service Co. . . . 29,64_ Helen Kelley 13.50 Keystone View Co 423.75 Klipto Printing & Office Supply Co 22.33 Kossuth Motor Co 1,863.38 Krattt Music Co 175.27 Phyllis Kuhn 246.00 L. H. Kurtz Co 24.89 Otto B. Lalng 196.63 Lang Distributing Co 20.50 Langan Paper Co 28.56 Library of Congress 20.85 Mrs. Casey Loss 19.50 Marshall and Swift, Inc. . . .4.00 Math-Master Labs, Inc. . .556.44 McGraw-Hill Book Co 8.24 Metropolitan Supply Co. . .300.23 Arnold Meyer 150.00 Midwest Shop Supplies ... .5.15 Midwest Visual Education Service 1,199.80 Miller Lumber Co 8.43 Minnesota Mining and Mfg. Co 13.00 Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors 23.60 Mrs. Dorothea Moulton... .19.50 Naden Industries 35.00 National Cash Register Co 19.00 National Education Ass'n. of U. S 20.05 National Geographic Society 9.80 G. \V. Naylor 3.00 Mrs. Ralph Nichols 8.00 North Central Public Service Co 6,176.24 North Iowa Printing Co. . . .7.75 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co 765.84 Mr. Hubert O'Brien 8.28 O'Brien Trucking Service 73.75 Paragon Industries, Inc... .15.09 Percival Motors 112.66 Mrs. Marge Perkins 16.00 Mr. L. H. Peril 16.00 Petty Cash 172.31 Pink Supply Co 175.50 Pratt Electric Constr. Co 287.04 Prentice-Hall, Inc 8.89 Publications Distribution Service 2.10 Jon Putnam 64.16 Random House, Inc 30.56 Reader's Digest 3.50 Reinhold Publishing Corp. .14.37 Ricklefs & Geelan Insurance Agency 3.00 Vaughn K. Rising 87.50 Joseph M. Rooney, M.D... .11.00 Sailer's Davis Paint 6.50 Schultz Brothers 2.84 Science Research Associates, Inc 754.41 Scientific American .... 28.90 Scott, Foresman andCo... .12.50 Kathryn Sorensen 43.00 Thayer Soule 50.00 Standard Oil Co 616.91 Stansi Scientific Co 4.50 Stromberg Hydraulic Brake & Coupling Co 49.92 Supt. of Documents 5.30 Swanson's 77.73 Taylor Motor Co 352.78 "Texas Refinery Corp 58.80 Thermogas Co. of Algona. .24.00 Mr. Bernard Thilges 19.82 Tom's Radio and TV ... .26.90 Trupke Electric Motor Service 62.06 Mrs. ThelmaTschetter. ..825.00 Charles B. Ullom 5.00 United Building Centers, Inc 991.22 U. S. Government Post Office 85.00 University of Illinois 55.45 University of Minnesota .. .44.66 University of Nebraska 23.50 Upper Des Moines Publishing Co 136.77 Utt Electric Service . . . .302.63 Mr. Herman Vaudt 3.00 0. G. Waffle Book Co. . . .146.33 Cecil Wattermann 24.98 The Welch SclentificCo.. .110.13 The Whlttemore Champion 62.38 H. W. Wilson Co 33.58 Ella Zumach 8.00 Total . . . .53,359.90 I, Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1, 2, 3 and 4 is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending March 31, 1967. /S/Vaughn K. Rising Secretary Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of April, A.D., 1967. /S/Mary F. Agard Notary When you save with us our office is as close as your nearest mailbox... and it's open 24 hours a day. 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