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8 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, January 18, 1971 LOCALS HELEN DENGLEY and Mrs. Lucille Zerfass have returned from Des Moines after a holiday visit. Miss Dingley visited the Wm. Nugents at Des Moines and Mrs. Zerfass at Redfield with her sister, Mrs. Altwegg. MR. AND MRS. Jim Shipler left for a winter vacation going first to Seneca, Mo. for a visit with the Charles Mittags, the Cleo Shiplers in Hobbs, N.M., and then to California where most of their time will be spent with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shipler, Jr. at Corona. MR. AND MRS. Ed Haag, Jim and Louise Black spent Saturday at New Haven with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf. Mrs. Tolsdorf is the former Dorothy Hagg. The 12th birthday of Mike Tolsdorf was being observed. DURING THE holidays the Champ Martins had their family home; Bob, a student at Mt.Ver- non, Cornell College; David, who works at Ames; and Linda, a junior at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin and family, Goldfield, and the mother of the men, Mrs. Grace Martin, also of Goldfield, were also guests for a day. THE UNITED Methodist January meeting will be held Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. The rest of the meetings will be held Jan. 21. The Wesleyan Service Guild meets Monday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m. The Young Adults are planning a bowling party Jan. 24. RECEIVED INTO membership Dec. 13 at the Methodist Church were Mrs. Ida McVay, Mrs. James Parson of Iceland, Mr. and Mrs. James Walker and Charla, Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Druiff, Bondurant, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Knutson, Churdan, Mrs. Charles Davis, Burt, and Charles Davis, Pocahontas. 'PUBLIC NOTICES ASSESSMENT NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that a plat and schedule are now on file in the office of the Clerk of the Municipality of Algona, Iowa, showing assessments proposed to be made for and on account of the cost of construction of asphaltic concrete pavement with Portland cement concrete integral curbs, except where curb and gutter presently existed, together with necessary grading, incidental street drainage facilities, and miscellaneous related work, on the following streets or portions thereof, in the Municipality of Algona, Iowa, to-wit: The extent of the work involved was the furnishing of labor and materials for the construction of certain permanent street improvements along and upon portions of certain streets in Algona. The street improvements consisted of , six and one-half (6 1/2) inch asphaltic concrete of'various widths, with 2.5 feet wide curb and gutter each side, except where curb and gutter presently existed. The limits and widths were as follows: McGregor Street: Constructed 36-foot back-to-back pavement from 49 feet east of the center line of Phillips Street to 33 feet east of the center line of Roan Street, and also 36-foot back-to-back pavement excluding the existing curb and gutter on the north side of the street from 33 feet east of the Roan Street center line to the east line Of Main Street. .Constructed 39-foot back-to-back pavement from the east line of Phillips Street to the west line of Sample Street, excluding the existing curb and gutter at the west end of Chubb Street. Constructed 32-foot back-to-back pavement from the north line of Chubb Street to 40 feet north of the center line of Grove Street including the Sample Street and Chubb Street intersection. Constructed 31-foot back-to-back pavement from the east line of Sample Street to the west line of Hale Street, excluding 420.75 feet of existing curb and gutter on the north side of Grove Street. Constructed 32-foot back-to-back pavement from the north line of Orchard Street to the north line of Grove Street, excluding 80 feet of existing curb and gutter at the intersection of Hale Street and Grove Street. Constructed 32-foot back-to-back pavement from the east line of Hale Street to 217 feet east of the east line of Hale Street, Including the Orchard Street and Hale Street intersection. Said proposed final assessments are against all properties located within said benefited area, the same being abutting and adjacent properties to said street improvements and being all properties within 300 feet of said street or such properties abutting the said street and half-way to the next street; the plat and schedule above mentioned, shows the separate lots and parcels of ground proposed to be assessed for the cost of said Improvements, the names of the owners thereof, so far as known, and the amount to be assessed against each lot or parcel of ground and against railway or street railway companies assessable therefor. Within twenty days after publication of this Notice, in whichever newspaper is published later in said Municipality during the week of the first publication, all objections to said assessment or to the prior proceedings on account of errors, irregularities or inequalities must be made in writing and filed with the Clerk, and any objections not so made shall be deemed waived. Date of first publication - January 11, 1971 in the Kossuth County (Iowa) Advance. Date of first publication - January 14, 1971 in the Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines. David A. Smith Clerk of Algona, Iowa Chubb Street: Sample Street: Grove Street: Hale Street: Orchard Street: (Published in the Kossuth County Advance January 11 & 18, 19>71) REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE LONE ROCK BANK LONE ROCK, IOWA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1970 Cash and Balances with the Other Banks $ 114,838.01 U.S. Government Obligations Direct and Guaranteed 449,889.92 Obligations of Political Subdivisions 224,448.64 Loans and Discounts (Including O.D.'s) 1,456,957.69 Furniture and Fixtures 1,150.00 Bank Premise Owned 9,000.00 TOTAL ASSETS $2,256,284.26 Demand Deposits $1,110,846.61 Time Deposits 1,095,437.65 Total Deposits 2,206,284.26 Capital 30,000.00 Surplus 20,000.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES $2,256,284.26 General Banking And Insurance Serving This Community Since 1899 K. W. Jackson, President Lucille Seegebarth, A. Caihier K. K. Jones, V. Prei. Cashier Dennis Heerdt, A. Cashier Shirley Shaw, Bookkeeper RESIDENTS OF the Good Samaritan Homes whose birthdays are in January were honored with parties by women of the Trinity Lutheran Church. Light refreshments were served. MR. AND MRS. Dean Willrett, Mankato, Minn., became parents of their first child Jan. 10. The 5 Ibs., 3 oz. boy has been named Lonny Dean. Both parents are former Algonans and Mrs. Willrett is the former Karen Alt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alt, Algona. THE MEMBERS of the Kossuth County NHCA Affiliate No. 75, held their monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 11, at the Sheakley Beauty Salon. 13 members and one guest, Corrine Lalng, were present. "Style Body" and Iowa Hair Fashion Committee were topics of discussion. National Beauty Salon Week, Feb. 14 20, will be started off with a dance on Feb. 13 at the VFW Hall in Algona. Janet Lockman and the Chaperones will play. Tickets may be purchased from members at all of the area beauty salons. Monday, Feb. 15, members of the Affiliate will give permanents, etc., to the women residents of the Kossuth County Home, a project the group does twice a year. Wednesday, Feb. 17, they will present a program on hair combout to the Newcomers Club of Algona. During the business meeting, Alvina Hauen- steln gave a frost to Betty Rockwood of Wesley to demonstrate hair coloring and the use of the coloring machine. Seniors On State Honor Roll Qualify For Aid A NUMBER of high school seniors in this newspaper's circulation area have been listed among the 2,000 Iowa students on a state scholastic honor roll announced recently by the Higher Education Facilities Commission. Students listed are eligible for state college scholarships given to students who meet test score and family income qualifications. ALGONA - Sherry Bulten, Karen Higley, Robert Knudsen and Peggy Ann Sabin. ARMSTRONG - Michael Spencer and Marlys Svendsen. BUFFALO CENTER -Ladonna Steffenson. ELMORE, MINN. (Ledyard High) - Karma Engelbarts and Steven Underbakke. FENTON - Susan Luedtke and Randy Vaudt. LAKOTA-TimLey. RINGSTED - Rosemary Dominy and John Jorgenson. SWEA CITY - David Holcomb, Wayne Langerman and Dale Swanson. TITONKA-Marlys Eden. Gary Shugart, Estherville, son of former Algona residents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shugart, was also listed. HOBBY Collecting organs, harps, pianos and antique musical string instruments is the unusual hobby of 27-year old Jerry Bailey of New Hampton. To house his grow- ing excellent collection Jerry constructed a special chapel, in itself a building of beauty. He repairs and renovates the instruments and is an accomplished musician, as are many members of his family. •PUBLIC NOTICES QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District - Algona Community; Township - Cresco; 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 December 31, 1970. Vaughn K, Rising, Secretary FINANCIAL STATEMENT SCHOOLHOUSE FUND Balance from Previous Quarter $109,102.59 Total Receipts for Quarter $339,021.30 Transfer — Bond Account _ 110,834.00 ------- A $449,655.30 Total to Account For Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter $263,252.06 Transfer — Investments 89,053.13 Transfer — Bond Account 110,731.75 Balance at End of Quarter Plus Investments — 1987 Bond Issue OENERAL FUND Balance from Previous Quarter $141,527.36 Total Receipts for Quarter —$468,947.85 Total to Account For EXPENDITURES Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter $354.651.33 (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc. grouped) Other Warrants Issued — Amount .$219,500,40 Total Expenditures Balance at End of Quarter $558,757.89 $483,038.94 95,720.95 89,093.13 $610,475.21 $574,151.73 $ 36,323.48 LIST OF WARRANTS (except saUiles) SCHOOLHOUSE FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Amount Algona Community School District Bond Account ---------- $110,634.00 Beco, Inc. ---------------- 18,53038 C. Ben Bjornstad Co., Inc. ................ 6.985.80 Fandrei & Mulvey, Inc. „ 12,483.90 George's Body Shop ______ 1,397.65 Pigott, Inc ................ 10,980.00 Security State Bank — Investments _________ 89,053.13 Spencer Construction Co. 93,696.07 P. M. Stone Co., Inc, ____ 1,426.24 Transfer — Bond Account ---------- 110,731.75 Wallace Holland Kastler , Schmitz & Co. .......... 4,148.02 Whelan's, Inc, . ....... ____ 2,970.00 TOTAL ............... $463,036.94 OENERAL FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Jean Abbott __________ $ Acme Chemical Co, ...... Advanced Systems, Inc. .. Airkem .................. Algona Community School District Clearing Account ______ Algona Floor Service ____ Algona Implement Co. ___ Algona Municipal Utilities .___: ........... Algona Plumbing and Heating ........ .... Algona Publishing Co. .... Algona Refrigeration ____ Algona Reminder (Reminder) ____ ..... ... Algona Welding Works .. Bernadine Allen .......... Elgin Allen .......... Allied Electronics Corporation ..... ; ...... AUyn and Bacon, Inc. ___ American Art Clay Co.. Inc .......... American Assn. of School Administrators American Heritage ______ .American History Illustrated _________ American Technical Society . ........ ________ James Andersen ------- 1. Arnold Motor Supply ___ Arrow Saw Corp. of Wisconsin ___________ Audiovisual Center, University of Iowa ---Dale Bahr _______ . The Baker and Taylor Co. Bankers Life Company .. Barnell Loft. Ltd. ... Behavioral Research Laboratories ........... Benefic Pregg ___________ „ Benson's Welding ..... ... Beit Manufacturing Co. .. Jean Bird ...... .. ___ . Bitz Small Engine Shop .. C.^Ben^BJornstad Dick"Blick IIIIIIIIIIIIIH Bomgaari Family Center . Book Fair Distributor. .. R. R. Bowker Company .. Joe Bradley Equipment .. !«yton Radiator Service Broadbent Distributing Company ......... Bro-Dart, Inc ........ Amount 1400 776.35 2,036.30 625.44 1,513.48 373.06 58.30 3, 8 78.74 1,057.35 77466 5096 17030 377.27 7.73 10400 59.95 72 72 109.69 20 00 2050 uino 5 ,g 88JSO 949 34.45 205.88 «ioo 18^22 3,844.72 386 70 153,27 8264 524,50 88.12 300 68.70 Broadhead Garrett Co. „ Mrs. Virginia Buchanan .. Buller Fixture Co., Inc. .. Harriett Bullock Howard Bullock Bumpa-Tel., Inc. Bureau of Dental Health Education Bureau of Labor . California Test Bureau .. Donald Camenlsch Campbell and Hall Carleton Stewart Music Co. John L. Carlson Carpenter Paper Company of Iowa Carson's for Color CCM: General Biological, Inc. John Celoni CENCO Instruments Corp Central States Steel, Ino .. Certified Laboratories, Inc. Glenn Chally .. Donald Chiquet ... Teresa Christensen Chronicle Guidance Publications. Inc. Civil War Times Illustrated ... Cleveland Cotton Products .. Coast to Coast Stores'IIII College Entrance Examination Board Colonial Heating & "i" Sheet Metal, Inc. Committee for Environmental Information The Continental Press, Inc. .. Cooks, Inc Cook's Scrap Iron and Metal .. Cowan Corporation . "" Donn Cox Ray Cox Creative Playthings""".".". A. C. Croft, Inc. Croft Educational Services, Inc. Crouse Cartage Co Rae Crowther Company I" Culligan Soft Water Service Doyle Dailey .. Doyle Dailey, Agency Manager Dale Publishing Co. Dau's Garage Charles Davis Robert Deal . Dean's ... Decker Athletic " Supply Co. Decker Audio-Visual, incl Delmar Publishers, Inc Demco Educational Corporation Denover-Geppert Co, .." Developmental Learning Materials .... DeVry Industries, Inc. Eugene Dietzgen Co .III Ste-RlSS*?**,Service Co. ?. Education 187.88 ao.14 18.00 779.81 108.00 4752 255 91 Education Dept. Dover Publications, Inc. . Earl Draper and Sons, inc. Eagle Iron Works II" EBSCO Subscription Services ... . Educational Audio-Visual. Inc. 1,397.85 13.00 715.00 3.00 201.60 197.24 4.90 20.00 72.47 38.00 114.63 428.87 3.00 184.21 1,087.17 34.47 63.00 2,878.61 516.94 173.04 10.00 21.00 2.03 80.50 7.95 236.70 430.68 4.75 96.25 17.00 49.89 959.40 87.35 1,621.25 8.00 6.00 196.75 18.40 192.44 125.59 271.00 670.36 9.00 38.00. 5.87 116.88 15.00 75.00 1.50 3,161.15 5,364.26 16.08 296.39 57.27 61.94 8,271.88 1.020.86 127.00 19.98 47,38 2.04 65.98 12.80 7.20 31.00 Educational Directories, Inc. ________ Educational Reading Service, Inc. ......... _. Educational Record Sales, Inc. _____ ...... .. Mrs. Leonard Elbert ...... Electronic Specialties ____ Enterprise Machine Tools, Inc. ______________ Faber Construction Co. .. Mary Faber ... ..... ______ Fairchild Book Division ________________ Fandrei, Inc. _____________ Fareway. Inc ......... ____ Fidelity Products Co. ____ Field Educational Publications. Inc. ...... Finn's Bakery __________ Foam-Form, Inc. ... _______ Frank Foley ............. Follett Educational Corporation ............ Fort Dodge Office Equipment ...... Foster Furniture Co ..... Frederick Hardware Stores .................. Richard Frlderes ________ Frontier Book Distributors ........ ____ R. J. Funk, Plumbing & Heating .. Gambles Store ........... Cnmble Hinged Music Co., Inc ......... Kenneth Gnrman -------General Binding Corp. .. George's Body Shop ..... Gcycr Instructional Aid* Co., Ino. .......... Mrs. Bette Gllmore . ..... Olnn and Company ...... Jack Golla ....... ________ Goodheart-Wlllcox Co., Inc, ............... The Graf-Apsco Co. ..... Joyce Graham ........... Greater Algona Cable T.V., Inc. ........ A.P. Green Refractories Co. ________ Greenberg Auto Supply, Inc. ........... Groller Educational Corporation ............ Haas Electric __________ .. M. and J. R, Hakes . ..... Hammond and Stephens Co. __________ Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc ............. Josephine Hardy ________ Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc. ________ Harrison's ________________ Harvard Supply Co. ______ D. C. Heath and Co ...... Hedrlck Brothers ________ Herbst Real Estate and Insurance Agency ..... . Mrs. Victor C. Hlett ..... The Highsmlth Co., Inc. .. Hilton's Super Service ... Hobar Publications . ..... J. I. Holcomb Manufacturing Co. _____ Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc. ________ . Honsbruch Drug ......... Hood's Super Vain __ Houghton Mifflin Co. ____ Hoxie Institutional Wholesale Cc. ........ Hubbard Scientific Co. .. Barry Huff .. ....... ... Mike Huff ............... Huntington Laboratories, Inc. ______ Hutzell's Office and School Supplies ____ Imperial International Learning ___________ Industrial Electronics Corporation ________ , ___ Instructional Dynamics Incorporated ___________ International Business Machines Corp. International Film Bureau, Inc. _ Iowa Bus Sales Co ....... Iowa Employment Security Commission „ Iowa Falls Roofing Co. Iowa High School Forensic League ... Iowa Lakes Community College Iowa Public Employees' Retirement System ... Iowa State University ... Iowa State University of Science anl Technology Iowa Testing Programs .. P. R. irons ...... Jack's O.K. Tire Service . Roger Jacobson _____ Glenn Johnson ______ Kenneth Johnson ... Robert Johnson _______ Johnson Service Co. Raymond Justice ... Kato Supplies. Inc. ...... Ken's Auto Service ...... Melvin Kern .. Nellie Kern ...... Steve Kern ...... "_ ....... KLGA Radio KHpto Printing & Office Supply Co ....... Klown School Equipment Co. ..... Adolph Knobloch ..... Ira Kohl .............. Kossuth Motor Company Krafft Music Company .. N. L. 4 E. W. . . Kruysman, Inc ......... DeVeda Kuchenreuther .. Bill Kuhn _______ Phyllis Kuhn ....... IIIIH Lab-Aids Incorporated Lalng's ______ Otto B. Lalng ...... II Langan Paper Company . J, S. Latta and Son .... Dave Lauck Howard J. Lnwson, League of Women 3.80 21.00 46.20 9.00 135.00 2,004.80 48.75 2.90 13.37 4,352.04 14.52 23.80 193.26 6.10 53.85 9.00 134.99 739.00 449.42 710.34 20.00 33.47 57.92 188.84 140.74 3.00 103.09 45.00 49.17 13.00 825.97 8.95 5.04 1,182.70 282.60 90.40 222.78 80.51 534.88 55.50 432.83 39,49 127.07 3.93 183.98 238.79 34.70 13.07 5,461.72 834.00 10.80 22.69 3,18225 24.50 964 XI 337.02 93.22 38.07 578.87 113.00 156.28 15.00 30.00 1,573.96 224.12 370.56 353.74 52.00 2.673.00 5457 21.69 8,847.57 3,114.00 21.00 20.00 5,046.52 134.13 14.10 187.60 249.25 70.59 28.00 3.00 10.00 7.00 111.31 31.00 19.48 55.90 18.00 3.40 8.00 25.00 62.65 2855 28.00 448.75 2,998.23 3.766.14 67.59 4.59 3.00 252.00 34.50 1.75 263.47 771.14 2,103.14 8.00 1.731.06 Voters of the U.S. ... Leah's Bakery Lear Siegler, Inc./ Fearon Publishers ... Larry Legore The Library of Congress . Library Xerox Revolving Fund Allen LIHie Mrs. Ethel Loss Love Publishing Co. Lyons and Carnahan McGraw Hill Book Co. Macalaster Scientific Co. The Macmillan Co. Luella Malueg Mankato Corporation Leon Martin Paul Martin Math Master Meredith Corporation .. Metropolitan Supply Co. Arnold Meyer ... Edgar Meyer Ruth Mlckelson Midland Bindery Midwest Beach, Inc. Midwest Carbon Co. Midwest Shop Supplies .. Midwest Visual Education Service, Inc, Miller Lumber Company Milllpore Corporation .... Minnesota Woodworker! Supplv Co. Mlsco-Care Dlkka Moan "" Modern Dry Cleaners it Tailor* Modern Learning Aldi .. The Mogul Corporation .. Montgomery Wardi Mosler Mueller's Seat it Canvas Shop Naden Industries ..II™ National Assn. for the Education of Young Children National Education Assn. of the U.S. The National Observer .. National Safety Council .. Nat ona Textbook Co. .. National Wildlife .Federation Margaret Naylor .. . " Don Nettleton " The New York Times ..II Nichols Wrestling Products, Inc, Fritz Nlelien North Central Public Service Co. North Iowa ..Appliance Center North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. ....... Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Northwestern Office Equipment Co. — A. J. Nystrom and Co. — Mrs. Marie O'Brien Mrs. Sylvia O'Brien O'Brien Trucking Service The Ohio State University Ohrtman Plastering Webster Orton The A. N. Palmer Co. Parent Metal Products, Inc. Ivan Parrott Jerry Parsons Paxton Equipment & Supply Frank Paxton Lumber Co. Jerry Payne Priscllla Peck Perclval Motors, Inc. The Perfection Form Co. Mrs. Marge Perkins L. H. Peril Petty Cash Mrs. Lavonne Pittman ._ Playtime Equipment Co. Popular Subscription Service Porter's Camera Store, Inc. Portland Cement Assoc. — Post Moving Se Storage Co Pratt Educational Media, Inc. Pratt Electric Construction Co. Prentice-Hall, Inc. The Psychological Corp. . REA Express Read's Furniture, Inc. Reader's Digest s Services, Inc Reading Newsreport Reinsbach Painting & Decorating Remington Rand Rhythm Band, Inc Vaughn K. Rising Rockwell Manufacturing Company Liz Rosonke Rubbermaid Inc. Rusk Drugs & Jewelry, Inc. Sailer's Davis Paint Samp's Duraclean Sargent-Welch Scientific Co. Sax Arts and Crafts Schmitt Music Co. Hazel Schneider Scholastic Book Services School Health Supply Co School Lunch Program .. School Pen Co. ... John M. Schutter, M.D. Dean F. Koob, M.D. ... Science Research Associates, Inc. Scott, Foresman and Co. Charles Scrlbner's Sons . Sears, Roebuck & Co. Security State Bank J. A. Sexauer Mfg. Co., Inc. The Sherwin- Williams Co. 20.25 7.80 125.11 40.00 2.42 3.50 4.00 13.00 13.90 40.65 1,891.67 982.72 65.82 7.65 318.40 2,950.16 4.00 8.59 127.78 27,878.19 180.00 28.00 30.00 100.45 327.33 432.88 1,719.90 447.0S 167.28 49.82 15.22 279.84 5.00 98.80 21,00 139.80 82,33 3,188.89 8.80 3,419.20 10.00 100.41 14.00 48,00 17,98 90.00 3,00 38.00 18.00 5,941.24 91.00 4,291.88 3,179.88 1,120.00 1,437.75 12.50 666.80 13.00 10.00 173.98 25.00 56.00 25.00 13.50 1,226.58 5.00 20.00 404.92 4,932.84 21.00 3.00 563.12 18.53 9.00 9.00 74.48 13.00 109.05 96.30 22.28 13.32 45.50 586.95 2,378.98 41.06 42.00 24.66 787.00 241.73 6.00 24.00 1,520.00 22.85 100.00 2.44 30.00 4.50 15.88 96.14 22.56 276.57 706.30 202.49 2.24 177.88 351.50 943.96 106.25 14.00 1,489.16 817.81 254.93 2,412.99 22.50 30.47 29.73 Consolidated Report of Condition of "EXCHANGE STATE BANK" of Wesley In the State of low. and Domestic Subsidiaries mt the close of business on December 31, 1970. ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks (including $4,287.57 unposted debits) $ 232.551 11 2. U.S. Treasury securities 18917659 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 289,50225 8. Other loans 1,982,757.69 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 66,254.59 13. Other assets ' 2,723.43 14. TOTAL ASSETS .$2,762,965.66 LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 17. Deposits of United States Govc .. „„„.„.«, 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ... . 128 414 57 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc 198644 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS - " """$2"469"6lB2"38 .$1.094,277.21 1,213,907.28 Government IIIIIIIIIII 3li096Ji8 (a) Total demand deposits $1,150,775.10 (b) Total time and savings deposits $1,318,907.28 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES $2,469,682.38 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) $ 31,074.02 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES _$31,074.02 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capital, total t $ 26220926 37. Common stock-total par value 60000'oO (No. shares authorized 600) .wv.w (No. shares outstanding 600) 38. Surplus _ % - _ 14000000 39. Undivided prof-its I....IIIIIIIIII 62,209.26 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 262.209.26 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $2,762,965.66 MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date * $243254498 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days" ending with call date 198641825 3. Unearned discount on instalment loans included" ' in total capital accounts 1347235 We L. H. Klein, President, and D. L. Klein, Cashier, of the above- named bank do solemnly affirm that this report of condition Is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. u " u ' uo " "> lrue a "° L. H. Klein, President D. L. Klein, Cashier D. L. Klein L. H. Klein Ben G. Studer Correct—Attest: Edw. L. Johnson Herman Bode J. W. Goetz Directors. State of Iowa, County of Koisuth, M: ^ orn *? aTncl » ub »cribed before me this *£•£ ? f i January . 1871. and I hereby of this bank am *" °" lcel? or dlreot ° r My commission expires July 4, 1878. Laura A. Klein, Notary Public. Simplex Time . Recorder Co 141.25 The Singer Company 73.28 Sioux City Music Supply 40.00 Sioux Sound Co. - 2.215.00 Sjogren Grocery - 20.21 Harlan Skaar 20.40 Lyle F. Slick — 863.94 Dan Smith 8.00 Social Studies School Service 208.40 Society for Visual Education. Inc 147.46 South-Weste'm Publishing Co., Inc. ... 10.32 Spencer Construction Co. 1,874.04 Standard Blueprint Co. .- 7.42 Stansi Scientific Division 13.44 Steck-Vaughn Co. .87 Howard Stephenson 38.00 Swanson's Stores, Inc. ... 10.78 Tams-Wltmark Music Library, Inc. 4.75 Taylor Motor Company .. 1,581.70 Teachers College Press .. 19.08 Ronald Ter Hark 14.00 Texas Refinery Corp. 138.00 Thermogas Company of Algona 20.72 Alice Thllgei 2.03 Bernard Thilges 15.20 Fern Thompson 3.51 Thompson's Photogra-ohy Studios .. 15.00 Thuente Pharmacy 4.10 Today's Secretary 3,25 Tom's Radio and T.V, .. 41.97 Triangle School Service .. 1.079.95 Troll Associates 4.90 Trupke Electric Motor Service and Sales 155.10 United Building Centers, Inc. 1,746.82 United Scientific Co. 348.19 U.S. Government Post Office 80.00 U.S. Toy Company. Inc. University of Illinois .... University of Minnesota . University of Nebraska .. Utt Electric Service -----O G Waffle Book Co. „ Mrs Amalla Wagner ---J. Weston Walch, Publisher ... ........... Cecil Wattermann ..... -West Chemical Products. Inc. ... ....... Western Publishing Co., Inc. ..... — - ..... Westinghouse Learning Corp. -------Mrs. Carolyn Weydert ---- Wff'n Proof ------- ..... Whittemore Champion „ Whittemore Cooperative Elevator ................ H. W. Wilson Company — The World Book Encyclopedia ........... Jerry Yocum ............. Glenn Zulauf Publishing Enrique Zayas Bazan ---- > . 242.95 29.57 29.00 5?i'2i 5 45-"6 10.45 ...... 1,193.85 33.58 11.00 22.00 60.10 981.08 99,10 170.20 14.00 3.50 28.00 GRAND TOTAL , n EXPENDITURES ...... $219,500.40 I. Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 Is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matter* of the Board of said District for the quarter ending December 31, 1970. Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of January A.D. 1971. Mary P. Agard, Notary. Consolidated Report of Condition of "BURT SAVINGS BANK" of Butt In the Stale of Iowa and Domesile Subsidiaries at the close t* business on December 11, 1170. ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks (including $ None unposted debits) $ 279,131.47 2. U.S. Treasury securities 1,384,206.04 4, Obligations of States and political subdivisions 10,000.00 8, Other loans 863,324.08 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 13,07129 13. Other assets 1.878.00 14. TOTAL ASSETS .$2,551,607.88 LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $ 931,288.37 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. 1,143,738.34 17. Deposits of United States Government 23,449.87 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 206,520.00 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 2,240.00 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS „ $2,307,236.58 (a) Total demand deposits $1,006,367.24 ' (b) Total time and savings deposits $1,300,869.34 27. Other liabilities ,... 14,215,79 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES .............. ____ ...................... $2,321,452.37 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) ____ $ 6,886.40 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ..... _$ 6,886.40 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capital, total ................. .. ............ ____ $ 223,269.11 37. Common stock-total par value _____ ............. ___ 50,000.00 (No. shares authorized 500) (No. shares outstanding 500) 38. Surplus ..................... _______ ....... 100,000.00 39. Undivided profits ---------- ..... . ........ ______ ............ . 73,269.11 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ______________________ ..... $ 223,269.11 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND ' CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............. . .............. . ........ $2,551,607.88 MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ............... . .............. $2,239.95082 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ______ .................. __ ......... _ ..... 854,751,14 .-.. President; G. H. McMullen, Vice President; Leonard . ' , Casn i e ,r, of , the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this beHef conditi on is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and H. E. Rachut, President G. H. McMullen, Vice President Leonard Stenzel, Cashier Correct— Attest: Russell E. Patterson ) H. I. Mawdsley ) Directors, Donald W. Patterson) L, E. Llnnan ) State of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss: ,„ Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12tn day of January, 1971. and I hereby c f™fy 'hat I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4, 1972. Josephine Waldera, Notary Public. Consolidated Report of Condition of 'THE SECURITY STATE BANK" ot ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks (including $6,658.25 unposted debits) .... ..... $139607473 2. U.S. Treasury securities " ....... * 3. Securities of other U.S. Govern'menf"agencies" " and corporations 4. Obligations of States and political sub"dfvi"s~lons" 7. Federal funds sold and securities purchased " "" under agreements to resell 8. Other loans «i7i(K4«n 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixfures'rand' 0,1 M.UOI.BU ,o °o"- er assets representing bank premises . 221 fl2S in 13. Other assets IIIIIIIII"! is'.S 14. TOTAL ASSETS I.. $10,579,959.96 LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations . . . on _ .„, _, 16. Time and savings deposits of in'dividuals * 4,207,471.76 nnrrriArcritne nn*4 A».»«. A __4.i •«•*»*«», ,-, Partnerships,. and corporations ' 4 17. Deposits of United States Government" 4> . 184,381,15 ;A CT *^ . w*»»n=v4 oiaiea government . OKI ma 41 8: SSSSS % Ser^i^ar 1 .!-^'^""""""^: * f:g SiSs^ap^s":.!!^. 1 ::.^- ::::::::::: ^~™ «i§ (a) Total demand deposits __________ ........ $5,096,564.24 27. -W.3S7.504.97" 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES 185,423.54 -$ 9,639,582.75 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) .... 58,328.41 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .. $~ CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 34. Capital notes and debentures 35. a 37. Common stock-total par value" ................ -------------- 632,048.80 (No. shares authorized 20000) ......................... 200,000.00 38 Surp°us ShareS outstandin S 20,000) 39.' Undivided""p"rof7ts ................ ------- ................... -- 200,000.00 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . 232,048.80 882.048.80 .$10,579,959.96 3> MEMORANDA .4ts for the 15 calendar days "fo"r"th" e "l"5"caIpn"rtV;-H;;,V $9,250,373.17 ..... » v v-«iciiuar QayS instalment "loan's 6,199,127.49 84,907.92 —" *" •••*••«*** vann, uo soiernniv nr*fi»«t>\ 4-u«* it^j —•••» w •, ( CcU>ni£]*> and correct, to the best oWr &&$£$$ £{£* ot ""ditto W. J. Nugent, Vice President Fred A. Diekmann, Jr., Cashier Correct—Attest: E. J. Llndebak ' «. G. Buchanan R. H, Isensee L. O. Miller O. B. Harmes day ; , • "uwuanan , Lyle R. Anderson! i, County of Kossuth, as: Director!. commission expires July 4^ 1972 Ann E. Kelley, Notary Public.

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