Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 8, 1974 · Page 10
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Legal Notices QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT CARROLL COMMUNITY SCHOOLS April 1, 1974- June 30, 1974 General Fund Beginning Balance $ 47488 Receipts - April. May, June 462,341'66 (Includes 40,500 short term loon) Total 462.8t6.54 Disbursements - April May, June .462,404.95 (Includes 1 19,500 loan repayment) Balance as of June 30, 1974 411.59 ...... I he Ho»f m«nn PreVs ! ..... HollclAv .., ...... 434 01 5 4Q 10.15M1 AB Dick Products Co. of DesMoines •. ........... Joyce Abbott .............. Activity Fund ............ Ahlers, Cooney, Dorweiler, Allbee & Haynie ...... 23420 William Albright .......... jo'oo Allyn & Bacon, Inc ....... IS'QS American Guidance Service, Inc ................. 22.90 American School Board Journal ................ 72 QO Amoco Oil Company ...... 12465 Andrews Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc ............... 79.75 Dr. Reas Anneberg ........ 4o!oo Argus Communications .. 1343 Arnold Motor Supply ...... 4052 Arthur Barr Prod., Inc. .. 1050 Award Emblem MFG. Co., Inc ..................... 119 05 B & H Super Valu ........ 472.75 Badding Construction Co. 240 33 The Baker & Taylor Co ____ so 72 Balk 4 Son ................ 81 ; 60 Beckley-Cardy Company 32.43 BelTTransfer & Storage Co. 12.97 June Berhholtz ............ 116.98 Beyer's Landscaping ...... 270 00 Bliss Tire Service, Inc ..... 3453 Bock Bros. Welding Supply Co ....................... 59.15 Breda T.V. Service ........ 150 00 Ray Broich .............. 201 00 Brolch Tree Service ...... 136 00 Butler Paper Company ____ 2,186 90 Carolina Biological Supply Co ............. ' .......... 120.16 Carroll Assn. Of Independent Ins. Agents ........ 350.00 Carroll Chamber of Commerce .................. 37.50 Carroll Co. Chapter Amer. Red Cross .............. 42.00 Carroll County State Bank 905.20 Carroll Glass Co ........... 17.27 Carroll Lumber Co ....... 249.41 Carroll Machine 8. Welding 191.00 Carroll Ready-Mix Co ..... 10.82 Carroll Sand & Gravel Co. 367.83 Carroll Typewriter Service 139.50 Carroll Water Department 292.88 The Center for Cassette Studies, Inc ............. 106.00 Center Pharmacy ........ 18.00 Central Scientific Company 206.77 Club Products Company .. 65.94 Coast to Coast Stores ...... 190.58 County Auditor ____ . ....... 2,081.03 George F. Cram Co., Inc. . . 163.26 Creative Studies, Inc ..... 16.70 Crouse Cartage Co ....... 23.07 Deb's Robo Car Wash ' ____ 198.50 Deluxe Cleaners .......... 651.94 Des Moines Register & Tribune ................ 171.36 William V. Hukill, P.E. Architect-Design Associates 4.00 Don's Bakery ... ......... 11.33 Doubleday & Company, Inc ..................... 27.47 Drees Htg. & Plumbing, Inc ..................... 659.23 Drees Oil Company ...... 5,099.51 Robert E. Dunlap, Director 161.75 Ralph Dunn .............. 556.50 Earl May ................ 97.66 Easy-Keep Accounting Systems, Inc ........... 56.30 The Economics Press, Inc. 92.00 Edmund Scientific Co ..... 58.60 Educational Reading Services, Inc ............... 7.70 Calvin Edwards .......... 9.75 Electronics Unlimited ____ 10.70 B.P.O. Elks No. 1637 ...... 26.60 Bill Evans ................ 21.60 Carol M. Fair ............ 38.00 Farmers Grain & Lumber Co ....................... 2.40 Farner - Bocken Company 150.78 Ed M. Feld Equipment Company .............. 270.00 First Place Music Publications, Inc ....... 132.85 Carol Fischer of Chicago .. 152.09 Mrs. Lucille E. Fischer .. 8.06 Fleskes Construction ...... 146.87 Joe P. Frank & Son ........ 333.43 GAP Corporation ........ 9.00 Gibson Products Co ....... 56.44 Ginn & Company .......... 20.22 Goecke Construction Company .................... 240.00 Grand Specialities Co ..... 72.33 Allan Greedy ............ 51.74 G&S Builders ............ 245.51 H & H Company .......... 177.70 HR Cleaners ' ............ 284.75 M&JR Hakes ............ 97.07 Harcourt Brace Jovanich, Inc ..................... 354.09 Harlan Office Equipment 1,395.00 Lois Harmeyer ............ 70.12 Herman Hathcock ........ 360.00 D.C. Heath & Company .... 136.78 Herald Publishing Company .................... 275.63 Herff Jones Co ........... 151.61 Royalty ACROSS 1 Duchy male ruler 5 French king 8 Nobleman 38 Rajah's wife tvar.) 39 Those at the top 41 Energy unit 12 English school 42 Each day 13 Ordinance (ab.) 46 Upset 14 German conjunction 15 Stout string 16 Spanish cheer 17 Otherwise 18 Imitate 19 Water vapor 21 Indonesian of Mindanao 22 Tropical vine 24 Flesh-eating animal 26 Old womanish 28 Golf king 29 Established monetary value 30 Toe (Scot.) 31 Princes (ab.) 32 European Recovery Program (ab.) 33 Misrepresent 35 Setting ' ,, l '!T,t vul *wnston. c. Publisher* ... ™"! 1 lnc ' Comme'r'. l OlvMon ,. tn Mnnn Educator's' ' ' ' Houchon Ulndury Inc. [j°»ahton Mlfflln Company' Inter Collegiate Press ...... '"I"* '<»<•' Printers"* Publishers, Inc. l°w,i Assn. Of School Boards ....... Iowa Electric Light' 'and Power Company Iowa Employment Security Commission ____ Iowa High School Speech Association .. Iowa Office Supply .. '" Iowa Public Employee Retirement System Iowa Public Service Iowa State Agency for Surplus Property Iowa Testing Programs" '.'. J&J Electric .... Joe's Paint Center ..... '.'.'. Jacobsen Travel Agency Josten's .............. " Juergens International Travel .................. Juergens Produce & Feed Co .............. Jung's .......... .......... Alfred J. Klocke Koch Brothers ........ Lane Audio-Visual Company .................... Langan Paper Company LaPine Scientific Co ....... J.S. Latta and Son .... Leon's Pest Control ____ Loyola University Press .. McGraw Hill Book Com- P'any .................... McKnight Publishing Company .................... MacMillan Audio Brandon MacMillan Science Co., Inc ..................... Metropolitan Stage Equipment, Inc .......... . Theodora Mick .......... " Mid-Bell Music Co., Inc Mid-State Distributing Co. Midwest Shop Supplies, Inc ..................... Midwest Visual Education Service ................ Minnesota Clay .......... Misco Intern. Chemicals, Inc ..................... Missouri/Kansas Chemical Company .............. Montgomery Ward ........ Musicland ............ \\[\ NAESP National Convention .......... NASCO ............. '.'.'.'.'. National Chemsearch .... National Safety Council .. Neppel Oil Company ...... Wayne Niceswanger ...... Northwestern Bell ........ Olsen & Company ........ Palo Alto Soil Conservation District ............ '.... Parents' Magazine Films, Inc ..................... Parker Publishing., Inc. .. Paul 8, Wayne's Skelly Service .................... Paymaster Corporation . . Peters Motor, Inc ..... Delbert Pettitt ...... Petty Cash ............ Pigott Inc ................. The Pillsbury Co ......... Pitney Bowes . . . Joan Platt ............... Postmaster ............ Pratt Educational Media, Inc ..................... Prentice Electric ........ Promes Drainage Co ..... Puckett Electric Tools, Inc. G. P. Putnam's Sons ...... Rand McNally 8, Company Herman-Reimer Ford Mercury, Inc ............... Reinart Service .......... Richardson Company .... Leland Roden ............ Rod's Key Service ........ Rosemarie Rush .......... Joseph Russell ............ St. Francis Parish ........ Safe-Tech Industries, Inc. Safe-T-Liner Bus Sales, Inc ..................... Sargent-Welch Scientific Co ....................... Lyle Sauvago ............ Sax Arts 8, Crafts ........ Ronald H. Schechtman ____ Schenkelberg Implement Co ....................... Lafe Schoenjahn .......... Schoolmasters Science ____ Schroeder Carpet ........ Schroeder Oil Co ......... Science Research Associates, Inc ............. Scott Foresman & Co ..... Sharp Electronic Corp ..... Sherwin-Williams Co ..... Simon & Schuster, Inc ..... Singer Company .......... Sioux City Music Supply . . Sister Cecilia Berning .... Doris Snyder .............. Lenice Sorenson .......... "Speech & Hearing Center" -Mrs. Janet Whitebook .. Sportsman's .............. Sportswoman ............ Standard Cotton Goods Co. D.L. Steen .............. 120.00 77.10 16.21 72.40 40.91 25.83 22.43 580.00 11.43 86.75 5.00 2,984.67 14,066.98 91.50 815.84 8,239.73 3,436.96 23.05 946.48 8.50 117.29 227.17 42.66 289.10 45.74 55.59 25.00 141.50 831.72 214.20 138.43 1,068.94 48.00 63.34 3.62 2.12 38.00 101.18 72.20 194.40 100.15 151.39 2.41 5.68 40.00 123.33 1,659.15 86.18 5.99 25.00 9.34 578.19 5.90 8.15 6.46 1,027.81 40.00 22.09 88.00 24.68 336.44 49.50 7.50 84.00 50.87 656.00 22.50 60.77 160.00 230.00 916.11 188.40 1,270.93 3.32 7.15 688.91 265.60 353.93 50.00 28.00 51.00 207.00 150.00 2,278.72 7.00 125.55 10.25 7.08 180.70 1,166.17 11.40 15.60 131.89 136.46 78.55 3,713.14 141.71 1,032.70 34.30 4.75 1.99 243.25 6.60 6.72 146.64 385.00 52.65 4.50 192.00 300.00 Time* Herald, Carroll, | a . . _ Monday, July 8, 1974 | | "" —T-nrtrllllmUMHUMMUMlMMMIIM Stone Printing Co 32365 Allen N.Stroh 8J.75 Sundermann Bros 60.45 Telepro Industries, Inc. .. 607.67 Gary L. Tessmer 585 00 DaleTextor 25.00 Theatre House. Inc 203.63 Mary Tigges 157.00 Time 44.30 Tony's Restaurant 3l.ff2 Triangle School Service .. 255.91 Ultimate Systems Corp. of America 4S2.50 The University of Nebraska 37.40 Upstart Library Promotionals 19.25 Visual Aids Studio 99.00 Annabell Von Bon 8000 Western Auto Associate Store 1.75 J. Weston Walch, Publisher 45.19 John Whaley Chevrolet 145.33 Wilke Drug. Co 3.00 Wilkins Auto Parts, Inc. .. 134.51 Witt Hardware Co 2,220.46 Wittrock Motor Company 801.79 Woodman Accident 4,240.87 World Almanac 5.20 Harold Yoesel 50.00 Payroll & Annuities 242,214.63 Victor Wendl (168.00) Total 342,904.95 Loans repaid 119,500.00 Total Disbursements 462,404.95 5 Drowned Over Holiday By The Associated Press Five people drowned in Iowa during the long Independence Day holiday weekend—including a little girl who died in a bathtub at her home. Mrs. Craig Colby of New London was bathing her daughter, Karla, 9 months, when the doorbell and the telephone rang simultaneously Saturday, authorities said. The child was dead when Mrs. Colby returned. Three of the deaths occured on Thursday. Ted Ward, 19, Princeton, drowned in a pond on the Dick Hamilton farm north of Eldridge. •Thomas Martin, 17, Jefferson, tried to swim across Kennedy Lake north of Fort Dodge, authorities said, but drowned. The Webster County Conservation Board said Sunday that there would be no swimming allowed at the lake for the rest of the season, because of Martin's death and the large number of other drownings. A family outing near the Wapsipinicon River in the Troy Mills area ended in tragedy when Kevin McEnany, 6, of Walker tumbled into the river and drowned. A Des Moines woman, Linda Sue Gwinn, 22, drowned Friday in Big Creek Lake near Polk City. NEW MEMBER The St. John's American Lutheran Church of Glidden received new members Sunday. The new members are Mrs. Elaine Schmeiser, Ernie and Lincoln Schmeiser of Glidden and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ehmke, Sean and Michael Ehmke of Carroll. An informal coffee hour followed the receiving of the new members. Answer to Previous Puzzle 47 Place shell in gun 49 Greek letter 50 Yugoslavian leader 51 Anglican (ab.) 52 Relative (coll.) 53 Cross 54 Belgian river 55 Unusual mental capacity (ab.) 56 Concerning (2 wds.) DOWN 1 Transfer design 2 Imaginary perfect island 3 Native of country west of Japan 4 Conclusion 5 Underground plant part 6 Escutcheon border 7 Thought 8 New Guinea seaport 9 Unpaid debts to the crown (Eng. hist.) 10 Relaxed 11 Gloomy (poet.) 19 Works for regular pay 20 Country ruled by a king 23 Short piece of tubing 25 Indian tent (var.) 27 Gaelic 28 Female saints (ab.) 33 Lowest British nobility rank (pi.) 34 Hire 36 Country 37 Newspaper official 38 Kind of race 40 Fine English chinaware 43 Church part 44 Wife of Osiris 45 Speech defect 48 Dealer (ab.) 50 Three (prefix) (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.I 9 Die on Highways Nine persons died in Iowa traffic accidents over the long Independence Day holiday weekend that began 6 p.m. Wednesday. David Wikan. 18, Waukon. died Saturday in a single-vehicle accident south of Waukon on Iowa 76. He was a passenger in a truck driven by Charles Berg, rural Postville, who was treated for injuries and released. A bicycle-truck accident Friday killed Ron Maloy, 29, Sioux City. Authorities said he rode his bike into the side of a semitrailer truck operated by Ed Haward, 57, Sioux City. A Dacono, Colo., motorist, Douglas Kile, 20, died Friday when his car ran through a barricade on a Webster County road east of Fort Dodge. The road was closed for widening and replacing a bridge. Michael O'Neal, 21, Des Moines, died in the Iowa capital city Thursday when his motorcycle collided with a car driven by Mary Margaret Heron, 59, also of Des Moines. James Brouse. 25, Lincoln, Neb., was killed Wednesday night as he hitchhiked along a road near Bedford. Authorities said Richard Brown, 18, Thayer, stopped to pick up Brouse when he was struck. A three-car accident on Iowa 6 in Coralville killed Maureen Mulhivill, 22, Oxford Junction, Wednesday night. John Kirchner, 15, Sioux City, was killed Thursday when the car in which he was a passenger left a Woodbury County road, traveled 100 feet into a ditch and a cornfield. Paul Jimenez, 18, of Davenport was killed Thursday when the car he was a passenger in struck a utility pole in Davenport. Walter Hellyer, 14, Melrose, died Thursday when the tractor he was driving went off the road and tipped over into a ditch on a Monroe County road. DRUG ARREST AUDUBON - Ronald Lee Nissen, 18. of Exira, was arrested Friday night at Exira by Deputy Sheriff Duane Avey and charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana). He was graduated in May from Exira High school and now is employed by an Atlantic construction company. Nissen was held in the county jail here until he appeared Saturday before the district court magistrate, Joe Sklenar, who set bond at $500 and Nissen was released. SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner "I've been wondering, Mr. Freabish ... one of those papers I signed when I came here wasn't a vow of poverty, was it?" "Do you have something nice that dates back before politics?" I HE BORN LOSER by Art Sonsom R.w.VEEBLEFESTtR. (HOW .W.VE PRESIDENT! 18)4 ox dlA Inc. IM B.J US PU Oil I It'll BUGS BUNNY by H.imdohl & Stoffel PLEASE PROCEED AT A REASONABLE SPEED... WATCH ONCOMING A TRAFFIC... SIGNAL U PROPERLY WHEN MAKING A TURN ' PRISCILLA'S POP by Al V«rm««r BELIEVE ME ABORIG-INES OUTBACK WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THOSE CARROTS WHAT S TW&IR ZIP CODE t NOW EAT!! SHORT RIBS by Frank Hill •Junior Editors' Quiz on ZACHARY TAYLOR ''SMELLS DELICIOUS,^BUT THE PROOF IS IN THE TASTING. JUST A DASH TOO MUCH OF -me EEK & MEEK by Howie Schneider HAD SOME GOOD \ TIMES TD£CTHeR,MOUIQUe.,. J UJtVE HAD SOME BAD T/MES TO TELL THE DIFFERENCE ! rKANK AND ERNEST by Bob Thaves QUESTION: Who was Zachary Taylor:' ANSWER: Zachary Taylor was a famous military leader who became the 1 2tli President of the United States. He lived from 1784 to 1850. He spent 40 years in a military career and fought in the War of 1812. the Indian Wars and the Mexican War. The military success of Zachary Taylor made him a popular hero. The people affectionately nicknamed him "Old Rough and Ready". The Whig Party nominated and elected him President in 1848. He served 16 months in the presidency and died July 9, 1850 after an illness of only five days. In his short term of office, he was confronted with the question of the extension of slavery to the vast territory acquired through the Mexican War. The South opposed the admission of the new western states, fearing the balance of slave and free states would be disrupted. Southern leaders threatened secession. Taylor, a southerner and slave owner, took a firm stand and said he would take command of the armed forces to protect the Union. During his short term of office, he displayed the strong character and courage which had made him a successful military leader. 7-8 (Michael Ross of Clark. New Jersey, wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) TO THIS SPOT Of PEANUT BUTTER, THEM FOLLOW THAT STREAK. of MELTED CHOCOLATE NINE MILES TO THE KETCHUP STAIN, TURN RIGHT AT THIS BLOB Of PIZ1A AND TAKE THE SMO-CONE SMEAR TO THE INTERSECTION Of THE POP AND THE SALTWATER TAffV... IT MILL BRING- YOU Rl&HT TO ROUTE SIX. ~s<J , - ^\>a Sfc ^<V.2>l± - •> • S^^/-;,;;,;*-,^?^^^!^ ^.. . - f ALLEY OOP by Dare Grau* SO MY TRUSTED LIEUTENANT HAS NO EXPLANATION FOR THE SEVERED KITE LINE, EH? ,,,THIS WHOLE BUSINESS. SWELLS OF SIEZE THEM ESPECIALLY THE . LIEUTENANT/ ...AND SBND A SEARCH PARTY AFTER CAPTAIN OOP/ IT LOOKED LIKE HE CAME DOWN IN THAT GBOVE OF TREES / YES/, 8EWND VANGCHlT ( SIR /

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