The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 8
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-Lone Rock Monitor Published By The Upper Des Moinai Publishing Co., Algonci, Iowa Thursday, July 20, 1967 Mrs. Ruby Hincklev, News Burt Elevator Annual Milfred Smith Stockholder Fete Held Is Hurt In Farm Mishap Algonci, (la.) Upper Des Moines—11 at the Holy Family hospital with back injuries. She is in traction. Mrs. 0. A. Campney entered the hospital at Clarion Saturday for medical care and tests. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney visited her there Sunday. Mrs. Jerry Carman and Brian, Charlene and Sandi, Dallas, Tex., arrived at Burt the last of the week for an extended visit at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter, and at the William Carman home, Algona. Mrs. Carman was accompanied to Algona by Mrs. Bill Carman, Sr., who had been visiting at the homes of her sons' Bill, Jr., Don and Jerry Carman in Texas. BURT - Over 300 stockholders and patrons of the Burt Co-op Elevator attending the annual stockholder's meeting Friday night, heard Manager Ron Jurgens report that the local Co-op had a very good year and an increase in business and profit during the past year and that the .personnel are looking forward to. even a better year for business and service to their many patrons. Featured speaker was Vernon Lewis, Kansas City, Mo. He praised the directors, personnel and patrons on the fine job of operating in Burt. Also on the program was organ music by Al Godfredson and a vocal quartet number of Linda and Janet Becker, Norma Harms and Pit Sheirbon, directed by Mrs. Erna Grover. Two new directors, Michael Scott and Donald Ringsdorf, were elected, and Russell Patterson was re-elected to the board of directors. Ringsdorf was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation and retirement of Jesse Harms. Scott was elected a director to represent area No. 1. Gerald Soderberg was the lucky •.vinner of the $25 bond given away it the beginning of the evening. Winners in the drawing for prizes were Dennis Hellman, Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mrs. Andy Berens, Alma Junkermeier, Earl Ackerman, Mrs. Alva Kahler, Robert Angus, Bill Trenary, Roland Chafee, John Haupert, Howard Sigsbee and Levant Moore. In a special meeting of the board of directors, called at the close of the general meeting, Ellwyn Stenzel was re-elected president of the board, Merlin Madsen was elected vice president and Russel Patterson was re-elected secretary. Other board members are Earl Shipler, Roy Walker, Michael Scott and Donald Ringsdorf. Ron Jurgens is general overall manager of the Burt Co-op. He is assisted by Roger Chafee as manager of the lumber dept., Doreen Pettis, bookkeeper, Melvin Johnson and Dennis Meister. Following the evening meeting, ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary served lunch. - o - HELD REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward _ accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Perry Steward, Okoboji, to the Methodist Camp, Clear Lake, where they joined about 60 relatives for the annual Steward family reunion. COMMUNITY .CALENDAR BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice: — The Ronrd or Directors of Burt Community .School Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 3. 1UG7. at 8 P.M.. at Schoolhouse. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, 11)67, and ending June M. 1SIB7. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. Mrs. O. H. Graham. District Secretary 123 Expenditures For Year S in P D U. si s -23 General Total- General Fund (Form fiiiiin.) Schoolhoui,e Fund Bonds and Interest TOT A I,All Purposes im.uno 1U7.HBO 111,111; 209,!l!)fi I 2 -'28' X 4) 212,223 212.223 17.724 229,1)47 •05-0 =< eS-Is 232,500 232,509 17,108 240.077 3jg S&I-I ! 6 H 3 a S 2 S r o ra o" * - U U J C flj ^ ^ — ~! E-l ^1^. 31.055 201,45-1 31,055 201,454 17,168 31,055 218,622 Table No. 1 Distribution oi General Fund Expenditure! Expenditures For Year Administration _. Instruction Transportation -Fixed Charges Operation & Mamt. .. Community Services Capita) Outlay Fed. Funds Transfer to Cl. Acct. TOTAL -. lllliS-lOBO 14.750.SU 118.377.75 II 8S5.80 10.1)71.24 21,440.32 1.025.11 4.823.1)5 7.629. Ii8 187,0110.11 100li-ll)07 15.500.81 127,244.22 7,870.01 12.304.01 24.002.00 1.601.14 12.201.36 10,102.84 1.000.00 212.223.2U Proposed Expenditures 1007-1068 18.381 150,018 8,700 13.050 26.185 2,275 6,000 6.100 232,500 Table No. 2 Distribution ol General Fund Recelpli Other Than Receipts Other Than Taxation 1065-1060 1066-1067 General Stale Aid 14.363.16 13,492.20 Transportation Slate Aid 2.522.37 2.405.88 Special Education Aid .. 1.505.08 Other State Aid a40 - 00 Feiler.1 Aid 10.754.00 7.588.61 Semi-AliiHlal Apporfmt 680.70 417.40 Military Ser. Tax Credit 07081 Trailer: Tax - 301.50 Transfers _ Tuition - 0.556.10 Other Receipts 020 IK) 083.30 TOTALS 34,500.22 28,025.02 Taxation Estimated Receipts 1967-11168 13.000 2.250 1,500 800 6.178 400 970 360 1.500 4.007 31.055 Si'iTctar.v's balani'c July 1, ICXiV C3ENKHAL FUND - - 5 «.214.83 Less Balance Hcsei-vcd --- --- * «-«-»3 SCHOOI.11OUSE FUND - 5 14 ;°.f. 0 .;?. 5 . Taxable valualiun, I'.Mili - ---• - - '.. -ro'i Muneys and fii-ihts. lilUG .. - * JUO.b.J NUMLiKH OK I'EHSONS OK SCHOOL AGE 1211 X SliliO.OO — S28:M80 ELECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general re- pair of electric motors, RED'S MOTOR SHOP AT NEW LOCATION - BURT, IA. - PHONE 924-3341 BURT - Milfred Smith was rushed to St. Ann hospital Wednesday forenoon following an accident at the Hoenk farm north of Algona. Smith was bulldozing trees in a grove on the farm when a tree came up over the front of the tractor, pinning him to the machine. He received a crushed chest, broken rib and numerous abrasions and bruises. At the time of this writing, Milfred was resting comfortably at the hospital and recovering satisfactorily. BLUEBIRDS MET A meeting of the Burt Bluebirds 4-H club was held at the home of Cindy Faber July 8. Marcia Soderberg and Marilyn Cherland gave a report on the 4-H camp they attended. Marilyn Person gave a talk on curtain styles. Marcia Soderberg also gave a talk about different finishes on furniture. One demonstration on preparing an article to finish was given by Cindy Faber. - o Twenty-eight Girl Scouts and their leader, Mrs. Russell Patterson, enjoyed an afternoon of swimming at the Bancroft pool Friday. Following the swimming, the .girls proceeded to eat about 55 Ite. of watermelon before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley took their grandchildren, Michelle and Scott Thomsen, Iowa City, to Sioux City Saturday where they 'joined their parents, the Don Thomsens, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm, where all became acquainted with the new baby boy at the Brehm home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Joe McMullen, White Horse, Yukon Territory, arrived Thursday for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen. Both Jerry and his wife have been teaching at White Horse. The G. H. McMullens, Jerry McMullens, and the Jack McMullens, Northwood, spent the weekend in Minneapolis and enjoyed a couple of Twins baseball games. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward spent Monday at Estherville with their daughter, Mrs. Ray Miller. Mrs. Miller, the former Mary Ellen Steward, is hospitalized WEDNESDAY, July 26 - Band Concert, 8 p. m., Library open 7 to 9 p. m. Go-Kart races — fun for everyone - 9 p. m. Time trials at 8:30 p. m. CHURCH NEWS GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C B. CHIPMAN. PHONE BURT. RES. 924-3431 Protect Your Family's Future JH'lll £** A % / a^ '^ •'"'"" •' : fe!'I! FOR A RAINY DAY! It's such a comfort to have thai "money-in-the-bank " feelma safe ... to know it's there \\hen you need it: Watch that automatic interest make your Savings Account grow! If you wish, we II trc:nife r any amount you specify from your checking account to your savincis each month! SAVINGS BANK MEMBER F.DJ.C. SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $15,000 Hurt's famous chef, Jody Cunningham, has been off-feed for the past two weeks. He didn't think he was so sick until Jesse James shot an old crow ... and it turned out to be a buzzard! WILSON'S GRADE A ALL MEAT WIENERS Ib. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, July 23 and Sunday July 30- Vacation Sundays. Visit and worship in another church of your choice. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, July 23 and Sunday, July 30 - Vacation - Visit another church. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Reiners, Supply Pastor SUNDAY, July 23-Divine Worship Services, 8:30 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. TUESDAY, July 25-Spiritual Life meeting, 8 p. m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor THURSDAY, July 20- Walther League meeting, 8 p. m. SUNDAY, July 23-Divine Worship services, 8 a. m. Sunday School, 9 a. m. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Lone Rock, Iowa Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor THURSDAY, July 20-U.P.W. Circles meet as scheduled, except that Ruth circle will meet at the church. SUNDAY, July 23 - Morning Worship, 9 a. m. Rev. Marion Blake, Thor, will be guest minister. Sunday Church School, 10 a. m. SUNDAY, July 30 - Morning Worship, 9 a. m. Guest minister, Rev. Marion Blake, Thor, will preach. SUNDAY, August 6 - Members of our congregation will worship at the chapel at the Presbyterian Camp at Lake Okoboji at 10 a.m. Everyone is to take food along and enjoy a picnic meal and fellowship after the service. SUNDAY, August 13 - No church service or Sunday School at Lone Rock. WILSON'S POR LIVER WILSON'S CHOPPED PORK } MR. '6' FRENCH FRIES box HUNT'S * • * * * CATSUP 14 OZ. BOTTLE MONARCH ALL PURPOSE » ; ;FIRST LADY ICE CREAM ^, BORDEN'S WHIPPED CREAM Vi pint • + 4 + • MONARCH SALT box NORTHERN PAPER TOWELS twin roll tWAGNER'S VAN CAMP'S V • WE GIVE • GIFT HOUSE STAMPS v • • * • + * • + • + + • ORANGE DRINK * 19* PORK & BEANS 4 VOGEL'S CARDINAL STORE BURT, IOWA WE GIVE t GIFT HOUSE STAMPS *

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