The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1967 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 9, 1967
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16-Algona, (la.) Upper D«$ Moinet Tuesday, May 9, 1967 proportionately shared by the 13 members of the NIMECA group. Bancroft In Street Study Local $ eniors Readying For The Big Day For This Year The 1967 street program for Bancroft was discussed by the council Tuesday night with Howard Smith, an engineer for a Mason City firm. There is a possiblity the program may be expanded to serve the area from Clay street to the intersection of Maple and Ramsey streets. Smith will survey the situation and report to the council with his recommendation. There is a difference of opinion in the council on what should be done on the Dutch Elm problem in Bancroft and surrounding area. No final decision was made, though it was generally agreed that a program of sanitation, which involves tree trimming, may be undertaken. After discussion of the obligation of the town of Bancroft to the Bancroft fire department in which Greenwood and Ramsey townships share equally with the cost of maintainance and provisions of fire service for the area, the council voted to provide the fire department with the entire dollar obligation for all of 1967. The council voted to pay Bancroft's share of the cost of an area tower engineering study of the members of the North Iowa Municipal Electric Co-op Association after hearing a report from the NIMECA director Vern Austin. The Corn Belt Power Co-op is paying 2/3 of the cost of the study and the other 1/3 The current crop of seniors in all schools in the area will soon be known as graduates - and a number of activities this month will wind up 13 years of schooling for those set to graduate at Algona High School. Commencement is slated for the first of next month at 8 p.m., with Dr. Lubber, Pres. of Central College, featured speaker and it comes four days after Baccalaureate, which is Sunday, May 28, at 8 p.m. The final day of classes for seniors is May 19 - and the annual Senior Breakfast with the faculty will be held the following morning. Prior to these dates is the installation of National. Honor Society members in the auditorium today (Thursday), May 4, at 3 p.m. then comes the annual Honor Banquet for the top students at 6 p.m. May 9; the annual Award Assembly, complete with announcement of scholarship and other awards, May 11 at 9 a.m.; the annual Sports Dance, with selection of a King and Queen, May 13; and the FFA Banquet May 15. Police Check Several Minor Mishaps Here An Algona man, Don Pries- BEPOHT OF CONDITION OF EXCHANGE STATE BANK of Wesley in the SI.-iU- ol ]mv:i ;it Hie close of business on April 25. ASSETS 1. Ciish. b.'ilnnres with oilier hunks. ;uul c'iish items in process ol collection _ $ 2-)l,tlll!l.2-l 2. United Sl.-iles Covel-unit-lit obligations. direct iind Ku;n,-inlccd Hfl.7IH.75 It. Obligations ol Slates and political subdivisions . ... ((l.lMKlJlii •J. Securities ol Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U.S. . 15. lO'.l.ill 7. Other loans and discounts . I.l!l!li275 ii7 (I. Bank premises, lurnilure and lixlures, and other assets representing bank premises ......... _ _ 1 KlOli 211 11 Other assets ___ _. _ 72!t)5()!in 12. TOTAL ASSF.TS LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits ol individuals, partnerships, and corporations M. Time anil savings deposits ol individuals, parlnerships. and coiporations 15, Deposits ol United States C.'ovcrnmenl Iti. Deposits ol Stales and political subdivisions 111. Certilied and ollicers' checks, etc ... S1.7111 ,!>5 1.1!) 1171.1112.«7 5!i5.r>nr>.m; 2.2!)IU)5 133.027 .fid 311.00 21) TOTAL DKI'OSITS . . .. . . S1.U02.7112.27 (ai Total demand deposits .... S H50.17li.-ll (hi Total lime and savings deposits .S (i52.5fl5.llli 25 TOTAL LIABII.ITIKS .Sl.lin2.7fi2.27 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 20. lei Common stock total par value No. shares autlioi i/cd ;)w> No shares outstanding 300 27. Surplus 211. Undivided prolits _" 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 31. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS MEMORANDA 1. Average 01' total deposits lor the 15 calendar davs ending with call date ...!..... 1!. Average ol total loans lor the 15 calendar days ending with call date _ ' 30.000.00 120.1X10.01) 28.7111.112 .$1.7111.55-1.1!) $1.583.215.12 ... L210.92li.22 We L. H. Klein. President and D. L. Klein. Cashier of the above- named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. L. H. Klein. President D. L. Klein. Cashier Correct - Attest: L. H. Klein J. W. Goetz I D. L. Klein Ben G. Studer I Directors. L. T. Root Herman Bode ) State ol Iowa, County ol Kossuth. ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3 day of May. 1U67. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4. 1969. V. W. Wengei-. Notary Public korn, reportedly received a whiplash injury when his auto was struck by an unattended truck, which rolled away from its parking place near the post office here Friday a. m. Mr. Prieskorn was seated in his auto reading mail when the truck rolled into it. Driver of the truck was Dennis West, Wesley, who was given a ticket for failing to set the brake of the vehicle by police who investigated. An estimated $100 damage resulted to the truck and $250 damage to the auto. An estimated $1,300 damage resulted to autos driven by Raymond E. Powers, Rockwell City, and Alfred H. Roberts, Mason City, when they collided on highway 169 near Schultz Bros, garage Friday at 6:30 p. m. City police also investigated. Police also investigated several other very minor mishaps during the week. Changes Are On Tap For Barrow Show The National Barrow Show, a familiar and much-heralded event at Austin, Minn, for the past two decades, will assume a significant "new look" in 1967 with the adoption of several major revisions in the show rules and regulations. Carroll Plager, show superintendent, cited the important rule changes that were recently established at the annual meeting of the National Barrow Show management committee and the secretaries of the National Association of Swine Records. The 1967 National Barrow Show, said Plager, has been reduced from four to three days and the widely acclaimed event will now be held Sept. 11-1213, This marks the first time that the "World Series of Swine Shows" will be a three-day event. 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