The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1968 · Page 9
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Vaske-Doyle Wedding Jan. 27 At Bancroft Janice Mae Vaske, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vaske, and Charles Patrick Doyle, son of Mrs. Raymond Doyle and the late Mr. Doyle, all of Bancroft, were united in marriage at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, on Saturday, Jan. 27, at 10:30 a. in. Msgr. Zeno Reising officiated at the double ring ceremony. Janet Vaske, twin sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Willis Bollinger and Mrs. Bill O'Donnell, Lone Rock, sisters of the bride. Robert Doyle, brother of the groom, was best man. Groomsmen were Arthur Doyle, brother of the groom, and Bill O'Donnell, brother-in-law of the bride. Ushers were Thomas Vaske, brother of the bride, and Allan Menke. Following the ceremony a reception was held for 200 guests at the Bancroft Ballroom. After a week-long trip to the south the couple will be at home on a farm northwest of Bancroft. The bride is a 1966 graduate of St. John's High School in Bancroft and also graduated from Mankato Commercial College. She was employed at Fairmont Railway Motors prior to her marriage. The groom is a 1961 graduate of St. John's High School, Bancroft, and is engaged in farming. (Berg Studio Photo) coloring; and sugar work and gum paste may be included. Anyone interested in participating In this class is requested to indicate their desire by Feb. 15. There appears to be sufficient interest to assure the conducting of the class, but there is still room for several more participants. Enrollment is limited to approximately 20 people, however. Contact Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie at Algona 295-3518, or by writing to Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community School. When registering for the class, submit your name, address and telephone number. Wed 50 Years, Algona Couple Feted Jan. 28 One hundred and fifty guests registered at the open house held Sunday, Jan. 28, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend of Algona on their golden wedding anniversary at their home. Their son,daughter-in-lawand three grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend, Paulette, Francis and Linda, Burt, were hosts for the event. Paul and Francis Arend welcomed the guests. Paulette Arend had charge of the guest book. Linda Arend and Mrs. Bill Kading served punch and Mrs. Paul Arend poured coffee. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Ed Larson, Mrs. Effie Teeter, Mrs. Nick Reding, Mrs. H. T. Bunkofske, Rose and Christine Arend, Esther and Deloris Hilbert and Mrs. Ollie Erpelding. In the evening, supper was served to 50 relatives and friends. Iowa Welfare Talks Slated By Extension Citizens of Kossuth county will join thousands of lowans in a home discussion series called "Dimensions of Iowa Welfare", reports Galen DeValois, county Extension director. A special force of Iowa State University staff members have spent several months gathering facts about welfare programs, welfare spending and disadvantaged persons in Iowa. These facts and issues are presented in "Fact Sheet" kits which Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1968 Algona, (la.) Upper Det Mo!ne*-9 To Decorate Cakes In Adult Night Class Due to additional interest, an adult cake decorating class conducted by the Algona Community School is scheduled to begin Monday evening, Feb. 19, at 7:30. The class will be held in the home economics kitchen of the school. This is the second class covering these techniques to be offered by the school this year. Mrs. Russel Kauffman will conduct the class. The class will consist of five sessions of two hours each to be held Monday evenings. Tuition charge will be $2.50 for the entire instruction. This will be payable at tlie first class meeting. Any necessary materials would be in addition. Instruction will cover the basic principles of cake decorating. Such techniques as making flowers/ scrolls, and borders; use of £1 ALLIS-CHALMERS YOUR KEY TO SUCCESSFUL AND PROFITABLE FARMING See You At The Corn-Bean Clinic, Thursday, Feb. 8 FENTON MOTOR CO. Hy. 44 in Fenton, la. Authorized Allis-Chalmers Sales & Service are available at the Kossuth Extension office. The local staff has also added local figures and information. Uusually four to six interested couples meet once a week for three weeks in homes at times set by the group. The group organizes and runs itself after receiving the discussion materials. Each couple should read the lesson ahead of the discussion and possibly underline interesting statements and this helps the discussion move along. Many organizations and service clubs have committees or interests in promoting public or community affairs education and they are welcome to participate, too, says DeValois. DeValois suggests anyone interested stop in at the Extension office, phone or contact any Extension staff member. Wed 45 Years WHITTEMORE-Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Kollasch were honored on their 45th wedding anniversary Jan. 24 atasurprise party at their home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolfe and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mertz, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Farrell, William Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Francis (Butch) Kollasch. Refreshments and lunch was brought by the guests. UDM WANT ADS PAYOFF CITY OF ALGONA FINANCIAL STATEMENT Actual Value Class of Property 1. Monies and Credits 2. Real Property: General 9,666,447 Agricultural - Real & Personal 47,435 3. Personal Property 1,980,232 4. Railroad Property __ 68,245 5. Telephone, Telegraph and Express Companies 139,395 6. Utilities, Including Transmission Lines and Pipelines 307 503 Total . .' 12,209,257 Total Amount of Levies asked in August 1966 Number of Acres of Agricultural Lands Within Municipal Corporation Assessed Valuation ot Agricultural Lands Within Corporate Limits Subject to lax Assessed Value 2,845,123 5,799,868 ' 28,461 1,188,139 40,947 83,637 184,502 10,170,677 245,407 288.25 28,461 FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA JANUARY I, 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 STATE- TAX REVENUE OTHER FEDERAL TRANSFERS rKOM COUNTY RECEIPTS RECEIPTS FUND General Street Public Safety Sanitation Municipal Enterprises (Except Utilities) Recreation Debt Service (Except Utilities) Trust and Agency lExcept uiilities) Road Use Ta< Parking Meters Sower Rental TOTAL RECEIPTS 2,990.62 39,163.64 67,926.24 12,075.35 34,478.73 38,898.52 49,920.21 702.96 246,156.27 21,47044 6,956.07 2,010.60 7,160.06 4,000.00 1,882.00 11,1 18.08 7,541.24 568.65 58,529.38 13,134.60 33,919.30 98,804.97 69,485.45 IN 5,000.00 42,946.81 2,060.88 50,007.69 TOTAL 36,417.13 84,121.05 81,147.18 13,957.35 45,596.81 46,439.76 49,920.21 1,271.61 58,529.38 13,134.60 33,919.30 464,454.38 FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA JANUARY 1, 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 MUNICIPAL DISBURSEMENTS PRINCIPAL AND TRANSFERS OTHER INTEREST OUT TOTAL FUND General 16,836.81 119.50 18,906.99 35,863.30 Street 40,685.67 9,590.90 38,101.39 88,377.96 Public Safety 56,571.92 7,939.52 13,961.17 78,472.61 Sanitation 4,902.54 12,429.49 8,506.91 25,838.94 Municipal Enterprises (Except Utilities) 14,230.83 4,484.15 16,010.64 34,725.62 Recreation 14,248.04 233.28 7,383.47 21,864.79 Debt Service (Except Utilities) 49,639.50 49,639.50 Trust and Agency (Except Utilities) 900.00 16,676.59 27,834.09 10,494.45 2,707.38 2,451.14 12,195.67 728.12 34,051.15 13,158.50 SALARIES CAPITAL AND WAGES OUTLAY Rood Use Tax Parking Meters Sewer Rental Emergency TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 7,060.88 900.00 44,510.68 15,652.97 60,133.44 7,060.88 170,165.93 54.9C8.93 168,106.95 62,798.00 7,060.88 463,040.69 RECONCILATION OF MUNICIPAL FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 (Does Not Include Utilities) Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, January 1, 1967 $220,777.36 Plus: Receipts for year ending December 31, 1967 464,454.38 Total to account for 685,231.74 Less: Disbursements for year ending December 31, 1967 463,040.69 Warrant Issuing Oiffleer's Book Balance, December 31, 1967 Plus: Warrants Outstanding at December 31, 1967 14,727.80 Less: Petty Cash and Change Funds, and cash on hand at December 31, 1967 50.00 Less: Investments Held at December 31, 1967 135,188.00 Depository Cash Balance, December 31, 1967 $101,680.05 Bonds: General Revenue REPORT Of MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS JANUARY 1, 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 (Utilities Excluded) Indebtedness At Redemmed Jan. 1, 1967 During Year Totoi $285,000 92,000 J377.000 41,000 11,000 52,000 Indebtedness At Dec. 31, 1967 244,000 81,000 325,000 MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF GENERAL OBLIGATION DEBT WHICH MUNICIPALITY COULD LEGALLY HAVE IN FORCE IN 1967 AcJya| Value of property ascertained by County Tax Lists at January I, 1967 excl. of M & C $12,209.255 Maximum Percent allowed by Low (Section 407.2) _. • 5% Total Maximum General Obligation Bonds, Stamped Warrants and other General Debt which could be in force during year $ 610,462 UTILITIES FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 Electric Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, January 1, 1967 $321,628.14 Plus. Receipts for year ending December 31, 1967 .. 603,031.60 Total to account for 924,659.74 Less: Expenditures for year ending December 31, 1967 512,382.31 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, Dec. 31, 1967 412,277.43 Plus: Warrants Outstanding ot December 31, 1967 29,663.94 Less: Petty Cash, Change Funds, and cash on hand at December 31, 1967 425.00 Less: Investments held at December 31, 1967 384,687.50 Depository Cash Balance, December 31, 1967 $ 56,828.87 Waterworks 17,565.72 108,234.59 125,800.31 93,849.75 31,950.5* 3,389.30 35,339.86 UTILITIES FINANCIAL REPORT Of THE CITY OF AtGONA IOWA JANUARY 1, 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 Electric Receipts: Sales - $523,770.21 Other Operating Revenue: 4,905.08 Non-operating Revenue: Merchandise Sales 15,607.83 Sales Tax Collected _ 9,666.48 Interest Income - 4835750 Other 724.50 Total Receipts _ $603,031.60 Waterworks 94,055.88 9,707.48 2,639.13 1,832.10 108,234.59 Disbursements: Plant Operation ... . . Plant Maintenance Distribution Operation distribution Maintenance . Accounting and Collection „ Administration Merchandise Sales . . . . Capital Outlay - . Miscellaneous Sale* Tax to State 1 Soc Sec . Trantfers Out Total Disbursement 4 , $212 831 99 13*32544 15'954 38 12 141 28 12 458 34 22*927 40 12*402 34 1 16 777 65 .. . _ 43*09692 15,844.60 34 621 97 J5I2.382.3I 1 2 656 27 1 776 51 2 785 87 6 204 40 6 328 58 A AAQ Oa O ORA «7 33 All Al 10613 98 I>09]l4 8 324 84 93,849.75

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