The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1967
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-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molne* Thursday, July 20, 1967 Trade at Home Seneca Club Names Officers For New Year SENECA - Mrs. Richard Bauer was hostess to the Seneca Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday. All members were present and answered roll call by telling of a quickie snack which she used for refreshments for unexpected company. Election of officers was held. Mrs. Joe Madden was elected president; Mrs. Clifford Gangstead, vice-president; and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, secretary- treasurer. Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus and Mrs. John Johannesen were named on the gift card committee and Mrs. Gangstead will serve as chairman on the program committee. Secret sister's names were revealed and new ones BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT chosen. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt was the honored birthday member. Plans were made for the club's outing which will be Sept. 5. The hostess had charge of the entertainment after which refreshments were served. - o - SENECA STARS Seneca Stars 4-H Club met at the home of Cheryl Breese. Sixteen members answered roll call by telling an interesting thing about life in a foreign country. Barbara Andre, who represented the club at District Camp at Clear Lake recently, reported on the activities at the camp. The group made plans for the 4-H family picnic, which will be held July 23 at the Swea City park. Linda Sue Kracht, junior leader, will assist the junior girls with their record books. Susan Fortney gave a talk on "Small Painted Articles." Bar- Notlrr Kn'Mllh and The Ron id of U <ilr> Allu Conn ti o'clock PM . :it Senlial High Sr lor or against the following i beginning July I. 1%7. and end of receipts and dibuisfmcnts, b able at Hie hearing M-IOIS ol .Sentral Community School Iowa, will meet July 31. 1%7. ut If loot Building Taxpayers will be heard ol expenditure": lor the yeai ,.„ „ :tn IMS A detailed statement )th p.'ist ;ind anticipated will be avail- Lucille SecRcbnrtli, District S< 1 23, Expenditures For Year V) Q 7. \M General Total— General Fund (Form fi!>9B) Schoollinusc Fund Bonds and Interest . _. TOTAl^- All Purposes !fl i 2 -38 >i 41 3 c •^ 3 ^ 343. 1R7 343. 1B7 37.737 380.M4 • ft J~ 1 2 -33 2 3 ^ >-> 352.317 352.317 34.8 111 387,135 VI Proposed Expenditure Estimated 1967- U*8 112 .624 412.024 3.1.015 475.U3!) 4 •a ••> „ z " Estimated Unencumber Balance tc Apply Upo This Budge 5 e Estimated Income Other Thai Taxation 8B.40S 80,105 jcrctnry G ?e Amount Necessary to be raise by Taxatio 356,120 356,12'J 33.015 380,144 Dlilrlbullon of Table No. 1 General Fund Exptndllur«» Expenditures For KJ05-1UGG Administration - 10.837 Instruction 201.150 Other Education Cost 1.614 Transportation 28.655 Fixed Charges .- 21.542 Operation & Malnt 44.782 Other Sch. Services 0.172 Community Services 1.445 Capital Outlay 17.598 Transfer 50 Title I Total Same as General Fund above 343.167 Year 11)66-1967 17.010 2111,056 1.000 28.710 21.788 39,552 0,870 1.517 10,217 154 1.034 352,317 Proposed Expenditures 1067-1068 21.115 250,241 1.720 31,233 23.582 46.250 10,340 2,180 12,187 37.776 442,624 Table No. 2 DUlribullon of Central Fund Racolpli Olhar Than Receipts Other Than Taxation 10G5-10G6 1066-1067 Aid General State Aid . Transportation State Federal Aid Semi-Annual Apport'mt Military Ser. Tax Credit Trailer Tnx Transfers Tuition Transportation Other Receipts TOTALS 27.265 7.014 2.M.7 13 1.1U1 0.720 087 11.017 82,446 24.770 7.752 1,352 1 .OOfi 1.100 130 17,708 454 52 2.B03 57,232 Taxation Estimated Receipts 1067-190ft 25,000 7,500 38.176 1.000 1.109 130 0,000 450 50 3,000 86,495 Secretary's balance July 1, 1067. „ ,. ..... „-,.,. GENERAL FUND „ ......$136.821.79 Lew Balance Reserved - -- J136.821.79 SCHOOLHOUSE FUND -- t 28,215.03 Est. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value * 39.87 Taxable valuation, 1966 $ 0.758.161 Moneys and Credits, 1966 $ 442,017 NUMBER OF PERSONS OF SCHOOL AGE 708 X !5660.00 — $52fi.MO I Legal I i I I Notice I illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllrf OFFICIAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY OF SENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT. The Sentral Community School District of Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties, Iowa, by virtue 01 a unanimous vote of the Board of Directors, now offers for sale property within the Town of Lone Rock, Iowa, described as Lots Five (5) and Six (6), Block Nine (9), Town of Lone Rock, Iowa, improved by a frame dwelling house, which will be sold at public auction at the site of the property on August 14, 1967, at. 8 p. m. On said date and at said hour open bids will be received subject to acceptance or rejection of the Board of Directors, and the successful bidder will enter Into a contract with the School District on terms to be mutually agreed upon between the Board and the successful bidder, conveyance to be by quit claim deed. Published on the direction of the Board of Directors. Lucille Seegebarth Secretary of the Board of Directors Sentral Community School District Dated at Fenton, Iowa, this 13th day of July, 1967. (Published in the Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines July 20 and July 27, 1967). (55 & 57) bara Andre demonstrated how to make simple curtains. Linda Sue Kracht demonstrated how to prepare a wooden article for the final finish. Ann Fortney talked on curtain styles. Leaders announced that the local Achievement Show will be held Aug. 3 at the Lone Rock Legion hall to which the public is invited. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and family accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted, drove to Mason City recently where they helped Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Krause move. Mrs. Lucy Baker of Detroit, Mich, visited last Thursday night with the Everett Withams. Mrs. Alfred Petersen and her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Friesth of Fort Dodge, attended a bridal shower at Ringsted Saturday evening honoring Sylvia Elvebak, bride-elect of their nephew, Le Roy Hansen, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Jensen and Jerry, Ringsted, were Sunday evening guests of the Everett Withams. Shirley Ohnemus has concluded a week's vacaton at the home of her parents, the Wayne Ohnemus, and has now returned to Mason City where she is fcmployed. Mrs. Leo Ramus of Lone Rock and Mrs. Everett Witham called on Mrs. Jennie Witham, a patient at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, Monday. She is recuperating from recent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and family attended the Hoppe family reunion at Fairmont Sunday. Fenton Chit - Chat Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Householder and family, Omaha, spent last week at Hackensack, Minn. This week, they are at the Fred Mortensen and Glen Householder homes. The North Fellowship circle of the Depew church met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ernest Berkland. Mrs. Melvin Berkland gave devotions and Mrs. Wm. Wiener the lesson. Guests were Mrs. Steve Berkland and Mrs. David Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berk-, land were Sunday evening guests' in the Bert Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland attended the wedding of Pat->, ricia Berkland, daughter of the Raymond Berklands, at Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod entertained Sunday in honor of their granddaughter Anne Marie's baptism at the Fenton Methodist church Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gib Bleckwenn, Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Bleckwenn and Anne Marie, Rev. and Mrs. Russell Eldridge, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn, Bert Bleckwenn and Kathy Knutson. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Voigt and family and Mr. ancTMrs. Dale Voigt and family. Mrs. Vernon Perfect and Darriall, Chicago, concluded a week's visit with the Ralph Weisbrod family. Mrs. Lillie Perfect, who accompanied them, remained with the Weisbrods for a longer stay. Mrs. Perfect is a sister of Mrs. Weisbrod. Kurt Hanson spent the weekend at the Adolph Hanson home. Mrs. Rose Hanson is going to spend this week at the Adolph Hanson home. Mrs. Adolph Hansen visited Friday evening with her sister, Mrs. John Haage, Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra, Mrs. Rose Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Miller and girls, Fairmont, were Sunday supper guests at the Howard Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Person, Mrs. Olive Person, St. Petersburg, Fla., were Sunday guests at the Carlos Engleby home, Ledyard, to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Kenneth Krause, Scott Krause and Loren Engleby. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olson THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fcnton, Iowa Experitnced Embalmers and Funeral Director* Rtllablt 24 Hour Ambulance Scrvlct Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINGSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. \ ANNOUNCES NEW GMC WICKUP THE GREATEST CHOICE OF POWER TEAMS IN THE INDUSTRY v * \ \ GMC V-6's 305 351 401 478 GMC STRAIGHT 6't 230 250 292 IT ADDS UP TO A GREAT BUY. TRUCKS JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. SOUTH OF ALGONA HOTEL TRl'CKS V I and family, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the Wm. Eimers home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber spent Sunday at the Lyle Bassett home, Mllford. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber attended an annual cousin's picnic of Mrs. Stoeber's at Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff stopped Friday at the Wilfred Stoebers enroute to the Black Hills. Iris circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Marold Schlei, with Mrs. Roy Chrischilles assisting. There were 14 members present. Mrs. Frank McFall gave the lesson and devotions. She was assisted by Mrs. Jessie Newel and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs. There will be no meeting in August. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt were visitors Saturday at the Arlo Voigt and Susie Larson homes at Grove City, Minn. Mrs. Wm. Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eimers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson' Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs! Robert Olson and family, Minneapolis, attended a Meyer famih reunion at the Legion hall ,t Hurt Sunday. 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