Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1971 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Titonka Nursing Home... Continued from Page 1 ches, $485,000 to improve school facilities, and $30,000 by the people of Titonka for improvements in water facilities, streets, sewer, curb and gutter, a new town hall and library. The beautiful $35,000 swimming pool for the young people of the area, fully paid for, is a testimonial for everyone as to what community spirit, dedication and cooperation can do. In the same way, the money for a rest home in Titonka for the elderly can be achieved by the whole community's enthusiastic support of this most worthwhile project. ' CORPORATION officers and members have met often lately to further consider all aspects of this project. More rest homes have been toured and information obtained. The past month has been spent organizing an extensive fund drive of the entire trade area for the purpose of raising the amount needed for the proposed home by donations. Teams of workers will canvass the entire area during the next two weeks and it is hoped everyone will support the rest home with a generous contribution. In addition to providing aged citizens with a fuller life during their golden years, you will be helping the economy of Titonka. The estimated budget for this home is $75,000, of which $50,000 would be payroll. This money is now being spent outside the community. No consideration has been given to the location of the rest home at this time. This decision will be made after a successful fund drive is completed. Actual construction of the home will be started only after approval by the Board of Directors when they are satisifed that adequate funds have been collected to assure success of the project. All donations are tax deductible and any information concerning this or memorial gifts in estate planning can be obtained from Ed Boyken, treasurer. All funds will be held in escrow and will be invested in U.S. Government securities or insured savings as they are collected pending start of construction. In the event the project should not become a reality within a reasonable period of time as determined by the Board of Directors, money will be refunded with each donator being given a pro-rated share of the earnings from the funds invested. Brochures will be mailed to all persons in the Titonka and Woden trade area. In the event your only notice of the fund drive is through the area papers and you are missed by the volunteer workers, donations will be very much appreciated if mailed to Box 329, Titonka, la; 50480. In addition, any organization or church interested in furnishing a room in the home should let this intention be known to any of the officers or workers. Titonka needs a rest home and can have one! But, it is going to take the entire community's concern and support. With the cooperation and effort of everyone, it is a dream that can become a reality. Won't you help provide this necessary facility for our senior citizens? The fund drive kick-off meeting will be held Thursday, June 24, during National Nursing Home Week, at 8 p.m. at the united Methodist Church, and is open to the public. In addition, all corporation members and campaign workers are urged to attend. Many people not directly connected 'with the corporation have asked questions and shown much interest in the home and Newest style* for any formal dress occasion. Fast and accurate service. DIAMOND'S I Algona are cordially invited to attend this informal, kick-off meeting. A. L. Schluter also plans to be present. Father Of 15 Dies Thursday; Bancroft Rites BANCROFT - Funeral services for peter Rolling, 68 of Fort Dodge and formerly of Bancroft, will be held Monday morning at 10 a.m. at the St. John's Catholic church here. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery at Armstrong with the Garry Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Rolling died of a heart ailment Thursday at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. He had been ill for just a few days. He was born Oct. 7, 1902 at Armstrong and married Elizabeth Schmitt on Aug. 5, 1924 at Armstrong. She preceded him in death in July, 1967. He retired from farming shortly afterward. Survivors include 15 children, James, Bernard, Mrs. Wayne Beshay and Mrs. Gene Gyet- mar, all of Fort Dodge, Dennis, Joe and Charles of Bancroft, Patrick of Terril, Michael and John of Ames, Frank of State Center, Mrs. Gerald Irmiter of Ringsted, Mrs. Douglas Spangler of DeKalb, ni., Sister Theresa of Dubuque and Sister Dorothy of Sioux City; many grandchildren; a brother, Paul Rolling and a sister, Mrs. William Condon, both of Ivanhoe, Minn. Rites Sunday For Lena Schwarz 79 Of Lakota Funeral services for Mrs. Lena Schwartz, 79 of Lakota, were held Sunday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota with burial in the church cemetery. Rev. Dennis D. Mueller officiated. She died Thursday at the Buffalo Center hospital. She and her husband farmed in the Lakota area for many years., . . • She was born May 28, 1892. : in Bavaria, Germany and was married to Fred Schwartz on Feb. 1, mi. Re preceded her in death in the mid 1950's. Four children survive: Frieda, Mrs. Walter Klocke of Ledyard; Mrs. Irene Wibben of Elmore; Mrs. Elsie pirsig of oak Lawn, M.; and Clarence of Glencoe, Minn. There are also 15 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. There is also believed to be a brother surviving in Germany. One son, Irvin, preceded her in death. James Smith, 85, Longtime Lakota Farmer, Dies James F. Smith, 85, longtime Lakota area farmer, died Thursday at Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the First Presbyterian church at Lakota with burial in Maple Hill Cemetery. Rev. Ernest Neilson will officiate. Mr. Smith had heart trouble for some years. He was born May 25, 1886 at Florence, HI. and came to Lakota when six years old. He lived the rest of his life in the area and farmed in the county for many of those years. On Nov. 29, 1910, Mr. Smith was married to Lena Kineitz at Lakota and she survives as do two sons, Vernon, Lakota, and James D., Elmore, Minn. There are also 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Swim Lessons At LuVerne Start Monday LUVERNE - Red Cross .swimming lessons will begin Monday, June 28, with the bus leaving at 9:15 a.m. from the city hall. These classes will include ages five through school age. Registration will be at the Corner Store on or before June 19 along with $1 per person for a two-week period. - o The Goodwill Club met Thursday in the home of Mrs. Orville Hurlburt with 11 members answering the roll call. This was the last meeting for the summer. The club will resume tliuir regular monthly iiiettm;^ 12 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, June 21, 1971 Richard Zeimet Gets Air Force Commission RICHARD H. ZEIMET LIVERMORE - Richard H. Zeimet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Zeimet, Livermore is one of nearly 700 cadets in this year's U. S. Air Force Academy graduating class. He received his bachelor of science degree and commission as an Air Force officer June 9. " This is the 13th graduating class in the 16-year history of the air academy. More than 70 percent of the graduating seniors are going on to pilot or navigation training, while the remainder will pursue graduate studies at universities throughout the country or be assigned to operational Air Force units. Cadet Zeimet majored in civil engineering and was named to the Commandant's List for his military excellence. The cadet has been selected for navigator training at Mather AFB, Calif. Cadet Zeimet is a 1967 graduate of Twin Rivers High School. Clay Mowers To Air Force Legal Dept. In Texas CLAYTON MOWERS Clayton C, Mowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mowers, Algona, will report later this month to a division of the Strategic Air Command (SAC) at Carswell Air Force Base in Ft. Worth, Texas. Mowers, who has been a first lieutenant in the Air Force Reserve, has been appointed to the temporary grade of captain and will serve in the Seventh Combat Support Group's legal department. The 24 year-old graduate of Drake University's Law School in Des Moines will work under the direction of Col. John R. Duree, staff judge advocate at the Texas base. Mowers has a B.A. degree from Drake in Political science and was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta professional legal fraternity. Prior to entering the military, he has been associated with the Iowa State Attorney General's office in Des Moines and is a member of the Polk County Bar Association. He and his wife Leslie are the parents of a young daughter, Lisa. again in September with Mrs. Alvin Weber as hostess and Mrs. Guy Giddings in charge of entertainment. "Mystery Sister" gifts were presented to Mrs. Jesse Stripling and Mrs. Guy Giddings. A sympathy card was signed for Mrs. Edna Reding whose father-in-law died suddenly June 17. Lunch was served by the hostess with Mrs. Jesse Stripling in charge of entertainment. - o Bill lilumer, Rockport, Tex., is visiting his brother, Paul Son Of Former LuVerne Pastor Visits Recently LUVERNE - Professor Cal D. Lang of the University of the Pacific, Stockton, Calif., visited briefly in LuVerne recently. He was returning from Albany, N.Y. where his son, Gary, had received his doctor of medicine degree from Albany Medical College. He will be interning at the Oakland Childrens' Hospital, Oakland, Calif., beginning July 1. Professor Lang will be remembered here as the son of a former LuVerne E.U.B. minister. Building Tennis Courts, Ice Rink At LuVerne LUVERNE - The LuVerne community is in the process of building a tennis court and ice skating rink and will appreciate any donations from clubs, organizations or individuals interested in contributing to this project. The contractor has been notified and the total cost will be in excess of $3,000. As any project of this type is an asset to the community, try to contribute as much as you possibly can. - o - LUVERNE LIVE WIRES The June meeting of the Lu- Verne Live Wires was held June 12 at the LuVerne Legion hall with 14 members, two leaders and one visitor attending. , Roll call was answered with "a short'cut in the kitchen." The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given and four bills were presented and paid. Old business discussed was a show party but was tabled because of no suitable shows this month. Committee for work assignments at summer ball games reported the proceeds. The postponed car wash-cookout was rescheduled for July 10,.,, at the city park from 10 a.m. to., ; 4 p.m. at $1 per car. Each "'__ girl is to bring her own meat,~~ bread and drink and the leaders will furnish potato salad and baked beans. Diane Marty will furnish potato chips.' New business discussed was • junior camp, July 14-16; demonstrations for the fair, Achievement Show and Fun Night July 6. More pictures were looked at and decided on for record books. A demonstration was given by Sharon Shorey on quick breads. Hostesses were Mrs. Shorey and Mrs. Wycoff. - o - LEGION ELECTS The LuVerne American Legion Post held its regular monthly meeting in the Legion hall Tuesday evening with 12 members attending. Dwight Savage, Commander, presided at the business meeting. Election of officers for the coming year was held with Leonard Kiley elected Commander; Dwight Savage, first vice; Richard Bristow, sergeant-at-arms; Burt DeNio, adjutant; August Pergande, chaplain. Installation will be held at the July meeting. Thirty dollars was donated by the Post to the Red Cross swimming fund which will begin June 21. The meeting was adjourned and lunch was served following the business meeting. New Garbage Truck In Use At LuVerne LUVERNE - The town of Lu- Verne has recently purchased a new refuse packer truck in compliance to a new state law which forbids the burning of garbage by communities in Iowa after June 1. Garbage will be picked up every Wednesday of the week and taken to a site by Burt for disposal. There will be a charge of $2 per month or $6 per quarter for each residence and will be attached to the water and sewer bill. Business places will be assessed $5 per month or $15 per quarter. This will also be attached to the water and sewer bill. Tlit til-si ehar (i u will |,, : , i;J , Oct. 1 and payable to the town clerk. With the United States government so strict on the laws of ecology and pollution, this new vehicle is an asset to the community of LuVerne. PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Equity NO, 43 NOTICE TO Alfred Grill, Respondent IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF MARY JO GRILL AND ALFRED GRILL UPON THE PETITION OF Mary Jo Grill, Petitioner, and concerning Alfred Grill, Respondent. You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the Office of the Kossuth County Clerk of Court a Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage wherein the above named Petitioner, Mary Jo Grill, asks for a dissolution of the marriage existing between you and said Petitioner; and that said Petition prays further for temporary and permanent custody of the minor child of the parties hereto, for temporary and permanent support of said child for a judgment against you for attorneys fees and costs for an equitable division of oroperty, and for such other and further relief that the Court may deem equitable. For more particulars, you are directed to the Petition which is on file. You are further notified to appear before said court at Algona in Kossuth County, Iowa, within twenty (20) days after the last publication of this notice and that unless you so appear, your default will be entered and after a period of ninety (90) days from the date of said last publication, judgment or decree will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. WINKEL. N1TCHALS & WINKEL By: /s/ Gordon L. Winkel t Gordon L. Winkel 101 N. Hall street Algona, Iowa 50511 ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER (Published In Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, June 14, 21 and 28, 1971) ORDINANCE NO. 483 AN ORDINANCE VACATING THE ALLEY EAST AND WEST THROUGH BLOCK 190, CALL'S FIRST ADDITION TO ALGONA. IOWA. WHEREAS, a request has been received from all the adjoining property owners that the alley running east and west through Block 190, call's First Addition to Algona, Iowa, be vacated, and WHEREAS, said request has been submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Algona and said Commission has recommended that said alley be vacated, and WHEREAS, it is deemed to be In the best interests of the City of Algona, Iowa, that said alley be vacated, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, as follows: Section 1. That all of the alley running East and West through Block One Hundred Ninety (190), Call's First Addition to Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, be and the same is hereby vacated. Section 2. That the title and ownership of said alley above described and hereby vacated be retained in the City of Algona, Iowa, subject to further disposition by the City of Algona as authorized by law. Section 3. That this Ordinance shall be deemed of immediate importance and shall be in full force and effect after its passage and publication as provided by law. PASSED, ADOPTED and APPROVED this 9th day of June, 1971. /S/ Wm. J. Finn Mayor ATTEST: /S/ David A. Smith City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 483 which was passed and adopted by the City Council and approved by the Mayor on the 9th day of June, 1971, is hereby duly authenticated. /S/ Wm. J. Finn Mayor ATTEST: /S/ David A. Smith City Clerk (Published in the Kossuth County (Iowa) Advance June 21, 1971). ' COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in regular session June 9, 1971, in the City Hall with Mayor Finn and the following Council members present: Muckey, McGuire, Nash, Cook & Levy, Absent: Hedlund Minutes of last meeting were approved. Bills approved as attached. Five cigarette applications approved. City Attorney gave report on possible future disposition of vacated Ackley street off Commercial street, Council auUiMriXbd a Itttiri 1 to be sent to owners of buildings with roof drains tied into the sanitary sewer, lines asking that they be removed. Bids for seal coating streets again rejected. Authorized the purchase of a used oil distributer. Discussed rat control program for city. Ord/ 483 adopted. Reappointed Burton Harmes to the Algona M. Utilities Board. Easement from Shumway & Baldwin was accepted. Authorized the purchase of Smoke Fogger for the Fire Dept. Request to vacate a portion of S. Ridgley was referred to the Planning & Zoning Cornm. City Attorney was instructed to obtain from Emmetsburg, la. their copy of a Junk car ord. Letter from H. Albright concerning sidewalk construction was read. After discussion it was the opinion of the council that all sidewalk, in this year's program, be constructed. Sidewalk committee recommended that the sidewalk of c. Black & Bob Shillington be constructed. Discussion of existing conditions at Cook's Acetylene Plant on Spruce Street after which the council requested that this be placed on the agenda for the next council meeting. Authorized the seal coating of the alley east of the post office. Moved & seconded the meeting adj. D. A. Smith, City Clerk GENERAL Finn, Salary 121.95 Smith, Salary 304.40 Sands, Salary 183.94 Engstrom, Salary 225.98 la. State Bank, Wholdlng.. 118.90 State Treas., Wholding . . . 18.87 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 57.62 Ipers, Ipers 38.78 Life Inv. Co., Ins 78.56 Algona Publ., Publishing . 121.30 A&M Laundry, Service . . 3.80 City Clerk, Prepaid Bills . 31.00 W. Finn, Court Costs . . . 108.00 Hutchison, Buchanan et al, Agreement 20.00 Hutzell's, Supplies 9.44 KLGA Radio, Ads 16.00 Koch Bros., Supplies . . . 21.39 Laing's, Service 19.50 Lystad's, Rat Control. . . . 67.50 O'Brien Trk., Hauling . . . 12.00 R&C Office Supply, Paper 27.18 STREET Frambach, Salary 229.18 Gruver, Salary 185.92 Madison, Salary 207.62 Pergande, Salary 258.34 Wibben, Salary....... 209.07 Willey, Salary 219.04 Ludwig, Labor 38.09 la. state Bank, Wholding ..158.40 State Treas., Wholding . . . 27.00 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 87.21 Ipers, Ipers 57.26 Life Inv. Co., Ins 61.50 A&M Laundry, Service . . 12.60 ROAD USE TAX Algona Impl., Service . . . 93.05 Bitz Engine, Plug 1.25 H. M. Brown, Sweeper Rent 350.00 H. M. Brown, Repairs . . . 49.39 Buscher Bros., Repairs . . 2.27 Croft Readymix, Concrete 70.50 Hilton's, Service 7.25 Holcomb's DX, Serv. . . . 23.17 Kossuth Asphalt, Hot & Cold Mix 2,059.75 Miller Lbr., Lumber . . . 12.65 Percival Motors, Repairs 57.55 Standard Oil, Gas .... 126.36 Sun Oil, Supplies 170.85 PUBLIC SAFETY Groen, Salary 327.75 Jorgenson, Salary 303.60 Elliott, Salary ...... 328.04 Goeders, Salary 218.84 Hutchison, Salary 297.24 Schadendorf, Salary .... 288.42 Voigt, Salary 285.25 Deim, Salary 117.31 Weisbrod, Salary 123.20 la. State Bank, Wholding 297.00 State Treas., Wholding . . . 58.41 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 153.30 Ipers, Ipers 10.64 Trust & Agency, Pension. . 26.44 Life Inv. Co., Ins 204.93 Coast to Coast, Keys . . . 1.80 Electronic Spec., Serv. . . 52.30 Greenberg's, Supplies . . . 17.99 R. Groen, Expenses .... 34.57 Hilton's, Service 15,93 Ken's Auto, Service . . . 144.55 Kossuth Motors, Serv. . . 52.30 Schultz Bros., Gas , . . . 5.34 Standard Oil, Gas 82.13 SANITATION Gambles, Battery 26.60 Helmers Bros., Labor . . 245.00 Helmers Bros., Repairs . .40.28 Humboldt Concrete, Supplies 141.25 Laing's, Service ..,'... 14.30 O'Brien Trk., Hauling . . .4.00 S&A Plbg., Labor 20.00 SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary 366.68 Sifert, Salary , . 213.28 Pergande, Salary 46.21 la. State Bank, Wholding . . 56,70 State Treas., Wholding . , 13.93 Soc, Sec., Soc. Sec 39.59 Ipers, Ipers . , , 24.94 Life Inv. Co., Ins 20.50 Bitz Engines, Repairs . . . 18,55 Bradley Equip,, Blades . . .26.00 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 208,72 Parsons, Salary ,,,,.. 131.82 I.an, .Salary 47.08 Simpson, Salary ...... 99.67 Hopkins, Salary 56.88 Lynch, salary 56.88 Wagner, Salary 56.88 M. Bestenlehner, Salary . .56.88 Marshall, Salary 47.40 Olson, Salary 47.40 la. State Bank, Wholding . . 41.80 State Treas., Wholding . . 6.99 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. «... 49.05 Ipers, Ipers 16.95 Life Inv. Co., Ins. ..... 39.28 Algona F&F, Bone Meal . . 4.50 Bitz Engines, Repairs . . 12.53 . Coast-to-Coast, Ball Equip 572.60 Elmore Nursery, Roses 101.25 Greenberg's, Belt 1.77 Hy-Vee store, Supplies 7.23 Laing's, Install Boiler ..1,232.35 O'Brien Trk., Hauling. . . 38.00 Pratt Elec., Wiring . . . 119.92 Sherwin-Williams, Paint 23.39 B. Simpson, Labor .... 340.00 DEBT SERVICE Security State Bank, Interest 745.00 la. state Bank, Interest 991.25 N. E. Brear, Int 11.25 Merchants Natl., Int. . . 1010.00 Security State Bank, Interest 450,00 la. state Bank, Int 275.00 PARKING METER Schmidt, Salary 131.79 la. state Bank, Wholding . . 8.10 State Treas., Wholding . . . 1.08 Soc. Sec,, Soc. Sec 8.03 Ipers, Ipers 5.40 Life Inv. Co., Ins 10.25 Reminder, Reg. Slips . . . 15.75 Burch Mfg,, Meter Covers 56.60 Sherwin-Williams, Supplies 6.26 TRUST & AGENCY B. Egli, Pension 75.00 A. Boekelman, Pension . 412.50 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. . . . 394.78 Ipers, Ipers 153.93 •EMI-AMNUAL SETTLEMENT Ot THE BOARD OF IU»EHTIIOM OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA With Donald D. Jorgenson, Treasurer of said County for the period from January 1. 1971. to May 31, 1971, inclusive. COUNTY AUDITOR'S STATEMENT FUNDS Sales Tax _ Korean Soldiers' Bonus '. Payroll _ Automobile License Use Tax Agricultural Land Tax CredlW-V. General County Court Expense . Poor State Institution County Insane Secondary Road Mental Health Ctr. ". Road Clearing County School M. & C. — Crime Comm Soldiers Relief Domestic Animal „ Bovine Tuberculosis Bang's Disease ... Teachers' Institute .. Comm. College Drainage Assessments City Special Assessment Corporation Funds . School District Fund Township Funds ... District Library .. County Fair '. Ag. Extension Twp. Library ~ Co. Conservation County Board of Education .1 _" County Assessor ... Appraisal Civil Defense General Net Balance on Hand 3,042,955.99 AUDITOR'S LEDGER Balance 90.52 484.14 9,830.71 11,846.01 338.48 387,758.72 - 13,238.69 153,005.06 563.41 18,700.03 1,078,461.57 5.37 54,425.10 1,456.20 22,076.02 10,514.40 3.031.50 8,253.56 16,728.16 12,345.83 810.22 46,409.42 98,086.06 4,181.16 94,348.21 808.613.86 15,505.47 2,408.78 5,443.85 7,702.95 8,518.35 90,660.57 36,403.07 40,913.62 17.425.00 7,453.96 1,387.34 Warrants Outstanding 24,019.32 175.80 453.30 346.83 202.16 1,306.83 20.50 611.09 9,017.39 6.00 3.50 TREAS.'S LEDGER Balance 98.51 484.14 24,019.33 9,830.71 11,848.01 338.48 367.934.S2 1 - 12,785.39 153,351.89 765.57 18,700.03 1,079,768.40 8.37 54,425.10 1,456 M 22,076.02 10,514.40 3.031.50 8,253.56 16,728.16 12,366.33 810.22 46,408.42 98,086.08 4,181.18 94,348.21 808,613.86 15,505.47 2,408.78 5,443.85 7,702.96 8.518.35 91,271.86 45,420.42 40,919.62 17,425.00 7,453.98 1,390.84 36,162.68 3,079,118.67 Algona, Iowa, June 1, 1971 thaf th Ma «,tn» M J? or ?' Audlt ° r o£ Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby certify in thJ? hf n H em * n n glv ?3 ?? ov , e ' corr ectly shows the condition ot the funds n?n« t h S . of D P na1 !?, D ,' Jo «*«Mon. Treasurer of said County, at the close of.business May 31. 1971, as shown by accounts in my office. Marc Moore, County Auditor Total Amount in Banks _(See Treasurer's Balance in Schedule Below) _. 3.077,72864 in Drawer 1.390.08 Total Cash on Hand and in Banks ., 3,079,118.67 Balance in Depositories at Close of Business May 31, 1971 NAME OF BANK, TOWN Deposit* in Transit Security State, Algona Iowa State, Algona Fanners & Traders Savings, Bancroft Burt Savings. Burt Farmer's Trust & Savings, Lakota 52.75 Swea City State. Swea City Farmer's State. Whittemore State Bank, Ledyard First Trust & Savings, Fenton ... Exchange State, Wesley Lone Rock, Lone Rock 23,534.69 Time Certificate ... Titonka Savings, Titonka Net Amt. on Deposit in Banks at Close of Business May 31, 1971 23,587.44 3,332,701.39 278,560.19 3,077,728.64 „,..„. Algona, Iowa. June 1, 1971 fifv'nllS ?»? ard of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby that the foregoing statement correctly show! the asset! In th« lie^l d a av ofMayf^Ti"' Treasurer ° f sa '<l 0°™*' « counted by Cashiers' Certificates 315,790.16 300,720.38 109,059.62 21,608.81 57,074.11 12,576.65 27,219.39 46,916.46 28,737.16 23,916.90 6,915.49 2,341,464.57 40,701.65 Checki Outstanding 3,693.09 2,090.39 97.00b.00. 8,000.00 45,000.00 15,000.00 34,776.71 16,000.00 11,000.00 18,000.00 28,000.00 Treas.'a Net Balance 312,097.07 298,629.99 12,059.62 13,608.81 12,126.86 12,576.69 12,219.39 12,139.75 12,737.16 12,916.90 12,450.18 2,341,464.57 12,701.65 hand« {Ton Lawrence Newbrough Andrew Reislng Ivan Parrott George Wer E. J. Xi " NEW BEHLEN GRAIN STORAGE TANK FOR JOHN SCUFFHAM A new 27x20' Behlen Storage Tank has just been erected. Notice In the new Behlen Storage Tanks the steep-pitched roofs. (Takes 10' shorter auger to fill); Heavy Gauge Steel Sides, Oval Walk-in Door, Heavy Duty Ladders. Inside the tank is a large 36" wide aeriation duct and heavy duty auger unload tube. For your new Grain Storage Tank, drying Bin or Batch and Continuous Grain Dryer, See Rex Taylor, Your Behlen Dealer, today at ... TAYLOR IMPLEMENT & CONSTRUCTION CO. IN AIGONA, IOWA

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