The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1967 · Page 2
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1967 Car Theft Gerald Grandgenett, Algona, reported his car stolen to city police here early Wednesday morning. The theft occurred about 4 a.m. on East Oak street and the vehicle was found about four hours later by Policeman Rich Groen on South Ridgely street. Grandgenett saw the vehicle being driven away and he and Policeman Ernie Hutchison LEGAL NOTICES QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District - Algona Community; Township - Crcsco; 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 September 30, 1967. Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary FINANCIAL STATEMENT SCHOOLHOUSE FUND Balance from Previous Quarter $ 30.797.09 Total Receipts for Quarter ""516.00 Transfer-Investments Rct'd. 24,000.00 Total to Account for Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter 988.00 Transfer-Bond Account 13.50* Transfer-Investments 23,853.22 Balance at End of Quarter ._ _ Plus Investments _._ Plus 19G7 Bond Issue Investments _I~ •S.H. Fund sub account — transfer account only — not actual expenditures. GENERAL FUND Balance from Previous Quarter $205.3!I9.35 Total Receipts for Quarter ~ 19,275.24 Transfer-Investment Rct'd. 15,00000 Total to Account for EXPENDITURES Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter ..... 124,141.10 (Teachers. Janitors. Officers, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued — amount 61,764.84 Total Expenditures --._...__Balance at End of Quarter Plus Investments 24.516.00 55,31309 _ 24.854.72 _ 30.458.37 138.393.22 1,506.786.58 receipts or 34,275.24 239,674.59 185,905.94 $__53,768.65 s "20,006.00 Total Wiirrants Drawn During LIST OF WARRANTS (except salaries) SCHOOLHOUSE FUND To Whom Paid Amount Security State Bank Transfer-Investment ..$23,853.22 Transfer-Bond Account ... 13.50* Wallace, Holland. Hastier, and Schmitz 988.00 TOTAL $24,854.72 GENERAL FUND To Whom Paid Amount Acme Chemical Co. $ 556.75 Advance Publishing Co. ... 2'M.dl Advanced Systems, Inc. ... 483.50 Airkem 201.90 Algona Floor Service 124.56 Algona Flour & Feed Co. _. 53.09 Algona Implement Co 59.88 Algona Insurance Agency .. 17.50 Algona Municipal Utilities . 1,439.27 Algona Plumbing and Heating 1,125.19 Algona Refrigeration 24 50 Algona Reminder 62.50 American Art Clay Co., Inc - - 81.20 American Assn. for the Advancement of Science 4 50 American Chemical Society 600 American Heritage 11 85 American History Illustrated 7 95 American Instructional Materials, Inc. 6507 American National Red w Cross 3.00 James Andersen 627 50 Arnold Motor Supply . n 41 Lloyd Ashland 156.00 Wes Bartlett 36000 Benson's Welding asi.lO Better Homes & Gardens .. 3.00 Big Bear, Inc 167 Dick Blick sag.'™ § ^S?"2r In , s " rance Agency 1,659.00 Bobbs-Merrlll Co., Inc 53.20 Linda Bonnett 8963 Joe Bradley Equipment 15939 Buchanan Abstract Co 1550 Allen Buchanan, Receiver 675.00 Harriett Bullock 8000 Bureau of Dental Hygiene .. 480 Burroughs Corporation .... 2201) Lori Calhoun ... 91 30 California Test Bureau "III 45'90 Cambosco Scientific Co., Inc. 261.25 ? a ,If 0n £i, f ?, r Color ------ 328.21 Jodie Chally 24010 Chapman and Cutler 1,60000 Children's Music Center, J ' DUU - UU Inc. «>n(v; Childrens Press, Inc. .IIIII 129 Helen Chiquet ... ' Chrischilles Store .. City of Algona .... Civil War Times Ilustrated 7 oe John Claude 16f5 Coast to Coast Stores " 4905 College Entrance Examination Board 1500 Alice Condon " 5000 Congressional Digest .'.'" ic'oo Ray Cox 3 3 '30 Grouse Cartage Co. 71 99 Doyle Dailey 18 00 Decker Brothers, Inc. 84.'lO Demco Library Supplies .. 376.92 Denoyer-Geppert Co. 156 72 Department Store Economist 750 Des Moines Register & Tribune Co. 16422 Dictation Disc Co. 34.48 John Diekmann 1500 Eugene Dictzgen Co 8.49 Directory Service 170.00 Distributive Education Dept. 35.90 Druggists Mutual Insurance Agency 641.61 Educational Directories, Inc. 7.60 Educational Record Sales, Inc 78.30 lUJO.OO Educators Publishing Service, Inc. 1.15 Electronic Specialties 49.50 Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp 147.55 E. .1. Erickson Music Co. .. 26.55 Fairchilcl Publications. Inc. 4fi.64 Finn's Bakery 4.00 Fnstrr Furniture Co 16.50 W. H. Freeman and Co. 17.80 R. J. Funk. Plumbing and Heating 3.50 Oarrnrd Publishing Co. 8.34 fJenor.il Binding Corp 105.29 Goyrr Instructional Aids Co.. Inc. 29.26 Joyce Graham 71.70 Pa'tti Gregson 10.50 Hammond & Stephens Co. .. 183.45 Harper's Magazine 4.25 Harr-Wagncr Publishing Comnany 25.65 D. C. Heath and Co. 3.49 Hedrick Brothers 1.426.92 Horbst Insurance Agency 80.00 Hert/.berg-Ncw Method. Inc. 153.00 Hilton's Super Service 1,091.84 J. I. Holcomh Mfg. Co 121.64 Honsbruch Drug Store 25.76 Horace Mann Insurance Companies 1,147.52 Sara Huber 153.69 Julie Hungate 160.31 Hunt Truck Lines. Inc. .... 5.78 Huntington Laboratories, Inc. - 1,340.77 Hutzcll's Office and School Supplies 298.10 I.D.L. Soap Co. 10.80 Ingram's 59.4C International Business Machines Corp. 2,250.74 Interstate Machinery and Supply Co. 33.40 Iowa Association of School Boards 180.00 Iowa Bus Sales Co 16.44 Iowa Center for Research in School Adm. 185.00 Iowa Employment Security Commission 4.855.77 Iowa Public Employees' Retirement Sys. 2.125.32 Iowa State Agency for Surplus Property 25.00 Iowa State University 21.18 P. R. Irons Plumbing and Heating 26.9E Nellie James 78.00 Willard Jameson 11.00 Johnson House 77.42 KATO Supplies 15.50 John N. Kenefick, M.D. ... 12.50 Ken's Auto Service 55.00 Patricia Kenyon 54.38 Melvin J. Kern 35.00 Klipto Printing & Office Supply Co _ 26.43 Ira Kohl 7040 Kossuth Motor Co. 4.209.08 Krafft Music Co 85 21 Phyllis Kuhn 7640 Lnidlaw Brothers 1425 Otto B. Laing 181.55 Lang Distributing Co. 38.40 J. S. Latta and Son __ 51.'l6 Debbie Laws _ 11.25 Howard J. Luwson, C.P.A. .. 075 00 Learning Arts _ i^BU Library of Congress 22^73 Shirley Lickteig _ 3.70 Lincoln Yearbook Co. ._ 3308 McGraw-Hill Book Co. _ 28 HO McGraw-Hill Book Co 16.78 C. H. McGuiness Co 587.30 Linda Martin 16744 Meister Publishing Co. 3.00 Metropolitan Supply Co. .. 2,311.81 Arnold Meyer 21000 Edgar Meyer 62750 Midcontinent Equipment Co. 4,401.65 Midwest Shop Supplies .. 27504 Midwest Visual Education Service, Inc. 11460 Edna Mitchell I u'oo Modern Business Equipment Co. 500 Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors ;.: 35.29 Donna Moehlc 54.5fi Monarch Manufacturing Co. 7.26 Monroe International, Inc. GO.OO Merrill Mueller 10.00 J. Fred Murphy. Treasurer 50.00 Naden Industries 53.15 National Council of Teachers of English 19.25 National Drill Team Association ._ - 2.00 National Education Assn. of U.S. - 2.0T, National Geographic Society 34.00 National Observer 7.00 National School Public Relations Assn 30.00 National School Record House. Inc 22.C5 National Wildlife 5.00 Nationwide Papers, Inc. .. 242.55 Nationwide Papers, Inc. .. 106.00 Peggy Naylor _ 3.00 North Central Conference .. 75.00 North Central Public Service Co. 502.97 North Iowa Printing Co. .. 223.45 North Iowa Sewing Machine 224.00 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co 450.01 O'Brien Trucking Service .. I8.2. r > Webster Orton 70.nn Panama Carbon Co. 73.10 Percival Motors _ 146.1!) Petty Cash 204.72 Pigott. Inc _ 4,180.10 Pope Brothers Roofing Co. 1.699.00 Frederick Post Co. 25.00 Post Moving & Storage Co. 10.00 Pratt Electric Constr. Co. 265.43 Prentice-Hall, Inc 7.31 Remington Office Machines 715.00 The Reporter 3.50 Connie Riedcl - 158.44 Vaughn K. Rising 87.50 Vicki Rochleau 161.25 Joseph M. Rooney, M.D. _. 11.00 Saint Paul's Lutheran School 60.00 Suiter's Davis Paint 40.67 Salesman's Opportunity 3.50 Vernice Samp 180.45 Sax Arts and Crafts _ 40.98 Mrs. Jo Ann Schnfcr 19.80 Nancy Schmidt 16.8B School Health Supply Co. .. 12.48 Schullz Brothers 14.20 John M. Schutter, M. D. Dean F. Koob. M.D. 18.00 Scientific Products 15.59 Se:irs. Roebuck and Co 73.14 George W. Sefrit 140.20 Shumway, Kelley, and Fristedt 193.25 Jim Sigsbee _. 34.75 Sioux City Journal . 17.01 Skatt-N Belting & Supply Co. 153.10 Linda Sorlie 87.00 Southwestern Publishing Co. 7.50 Standard Oil Co. 227.06 Snllv Stccle 210.00 Supl. of Documents 10.00 Tams-Witmark Music Library 1.50 Taylor Motor Co 971.59 Teachers College Press 23.25 Teaching Systems Corps. .. 13.70 Thermogas Company of Algona . 6.00 Tilmiis Optical Co.. Inc. .. 353.14 Tom's Radio and Television 21.00 Treasurer. State of Iowa .. 1.00 Trupke Electric Motor Service 234.96 Mrs. Thelma Tschetter 825.00 Charles B. Ullom 72.19 United Scientific Co.. Inc. .. 98.56 U.S. Government Post Office 02.00 University of Illinois 10.50 University of Minnesota 28.22 University of Nebraska 15.00 Upper Des Moines Publishing Co 445.41 tilt Electric Service 6.21 O. G. Waffle Book Co 745.84 Nancy Wagner 159.50 Sandra Walker 154.94 Cecil Wnttermnnn 2.00 Niki Wegner 176.13 West Chemical Products, Inc. 75.00 Whittemore Champion 125.67 H. W. Wilson Co. 65.00 Wiltgen Jewelers 29.63 George Yeoman -- 5.85 Peggy Zlttritsch 156.50 GRAND TOTAL S61.764.84 I, Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending September 30. 1967. Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth day of October A.D. 1967. Mary F. Agard, Notary ALGONA ENDS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18th A KENNETH HYMAN PRODUCTION mi.i.i IH tflnisi CHURUI JIM JOHN HICHAM BUHIE MARVIN BORINE fill DROWN HBfflB JAECKEL KENNEDY IHim RlUPH HDBIRI TfUT CIIN1 ROBIRI IB HB IISM Iffl SIM. ADMISSION - ADULTS - $1.25 - CHILDREN - 50t Those who know MINNEAPOLIS Know , MOTOR HOTEL For Convenience ... For Luxury Accommodations.. I For Friendliness... For Budget Rates ... For Resort- like Atmosphere ... Easily Accessible to All Highways Mir- Delightful Air- ('oiulitioncrl Kooins Mini .Suites Niiliuiiiil (iold Mednl Awnnl heiilud King-Si/.i; Swimming Pool ('ompleto Hotel Services '.M-HourSwili-liljuunI 1'Yeu TV I'lay Aruii Kor Children litiby Sitter Si-rviue EXCELLENT FOOD — Redwood Dining Room featuring Hearth Charcoal Broiled Steaks — Collee Shop open from 6:00 a.m. 'till Midnight — Cocktail Lounge. Ample Fre« ("irking in Front Of Your Room SINGLE ROOMS $9.00 to "sio.6o-| DOUBLE ROOMS J19.00 to SifSO" Cliildicn under 12 I Hit in same room with Adults. Wire or write lor Reservations — Phone (Area 61?) 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Runs good. ...... $295 1961 PONTIAC TEMPEST, 4-door Sedan,' automatic, radio, heater, runs good ...... $455 1961 CADILLAC DEVILLE 4-door Hardtop, 6 windows, PS & PB ................ $1095 1960 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE, 6 cyl. stick, R &H, new paint, runs good. $475 1953 CHEVROLET 6 cylinder. Runs and looks good $65 1965 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE Station Waijon, 183, stick, six passenger, R & H, one-owner. White with red interior. 1964 FORD Custom 4-door, V-8, straight stick, radio, heater, one-owner, extra clean. 1964 FORD GALA30E 500, 2-door Hardtop, 6 cyl. engine, automatic transmission, pdwer steering. 1963 FORD FAIRLANE 500, 2-door Sedan, V-8 engine, stick, R & H. 1963 DODGE 330, 2-door Sedan, V-8 engine, standard transmission, radio, heater. 1961 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-door, V-8, automatic transmission, radio, heater, one-owner. I960 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE, 6 cyl., stick shift, radio, heater. PICKUPS AND TRUCKS 1965 GMC 1/2-ton Pickup, long wide box, heavy duty rear bumper, overloads, heavy duty springs, V-6 engine, automatic transmission, radio, foam seat. One-owner, mint condition , $1885 1954 CHEVROLET 1/2 ton, 3-speed, 6x6 stock and grain box. KRAUSE AUTO PHONE 889-2843 IOWA

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