Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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Safes at Bert Co-op hit 1,461,812 mark 4-ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCl THURSDAY, JULY 14, t*4 - :.••. Burt—There were 210 at the .annual stockholders meeting of the Burt Cooperative elevator at the Burt Legion hall July 8. Duane Habegar received a $25 tiond and 2a door prizes were given away. Elwyn Stenzel was reelected and Merlin Madsen is the new director. Stockholders learned at the meeit.'ng that sales totaled $1,461,812 for the year ending May 31, 1966. Gross savings and income amounted to $98,943 and total expenses were $110,908 indicating a net loss of $16,965. The elevator department had a net gain of $5,793 but the lumber dopartmnet operated at a $22,759 loss. Music was by Alvin Godfredson on the organ. Kenneth Nielsen, Des Moines, Iowa Division general manager was speaker. Members of the Legion Auxiliary served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Ronald Jurgens is general manager; Dorine Pettis is assistant general manager; Roger Chafee is lumber manager; Larry Manus is manager. assistant elevator Mrs. Stephan Canaday and daughter Christine .Michelle, born at St. Ann hospital July 4, came home Sunday. The grandparents are the Milton Farrows, Algona, arid Clarence Canadays, Irvington. . The Dr. Robert Melvilles. Peggy, Emily, and Martin, Garrett Park, Md., came July 11 f or tw,o weeks with Mrs.- Helen-Vogeb ' The Dennis Johnsons, Lincoln, Neb., have a daughter born July 3. Mrs. Johnson is the former Audrey Curtis, daughter of the Chas. Curtises. ; Rev. M. C. Da vies, is director of the Okoboji freshman camp and spent this week at Lake Okoboji Methodist camp. He will head a group of 30 staff mem- bU:s working with 200 freshmen on the theme "Becoming a Christian Person.'' Walter Steward was scheduled for surgery July 12 at Mercy hospital in Mason City. His room is 312. The Keneth Sarchets left, on Friday for a vacation • in Des Moines, Kansas City, and Bel Vista, Mo. The Dr. II. W. Jackmans and Charles, O'Neill, Neb,, we?e ;oy- ernight guests Wednesday it FranK Ryerson's. He is former pastor at Burt Methodist church and is now District Superintendent in Nebraska. i ; The Jack McMullens, Northi wood, were weekend guests of Burt relatives. The annual Steward reunion will be held July 17 at Clear Lake. ': * The annual Hoosier picnic will be held July 17 at the Burt Legion hall. lla Wallace, Chicago, is spending this week with her sister; Mrs. Gladys Hawcott. The Melvin Johnsons are injury as towed car goes into ditch An Algona youth, David Ls Ludwig, narrowly escaped scr: pus.injury in a freaic acciflen about 1:25 p.m. Monday on th McGregor blacktop IVi mils west of Algona. A 1959 Chevrolet driven, b J6hn S. Dahlhauser, 17, of West Bend, was towing a 1960 Renaul driven by Ludwig. The oar be ing towed and driven by Lud wig went out of control and th tow chain snapped. The Renault, traveling west went into the north ditch ana then crossed the highway into the south ditch, rolling over. Miraculously;, Ludwig was not injured but the car, being taken to West Bend for repairs, was a total loss. Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson was called to the scene and filed .charges of failing to display License' plates on Ludwig. Dahlhauser, in the front machine, had no damage to his car. A CAR AND truck collided at Whittemore Monday afternoon, just;, about ten minutes after Hudson was checking out the McGregor street crash. He was galled tb Whittemore to investigate the second accident. , There was only $25 damage to a truck owned by the W-nitte- niore . Elevator and driven by Gerald Lee Meyer oi: Whittemore: However, about $125 in damage was done to a car driven by-Gary Michaeison, also of Subscription Blank i If you ire not already an Advance tobtcrlber, you can become one by filling out thii form and enclosing a check or cash for $1 You will receive the KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE each Monday and Thursday for a full year. Join the vait Advance family of readers todayl NAME ADDRESS — Mail to KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Algona, Iowa — USE ADVANCE WANT ADS r ertding .June 30, 1*66. ,,, K Cfesco , — ... true and correct of the board of s Vaughn K. Rising Secretary. f district fo, . Balance from Previous Quarter , 3964 oO' Transfer - Bond Account " 107,'o74. - 75 Total Receipts for Quarter b8,600.00 Transfer - Invest. Returned . . Total to Account for ... 179,638.75 184,962.26 Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter 90,550.35 Transfers - Investments - - - U/yjil.SU* 148,531.85 Transfers - Bond Account - — fine Michaeison car turned west from the street o;i the roau leading to, the hog buying station in front, of the elevator. Meyer was pulling out from the loading dock at the elevator and both drivers said they didn't see the other coming. " Charged with faulty brakes GODDCN REUNION The family of Mrs. Clark Godden gathered for a reunion at the fairgrounds July 10. Mrs. Godden's children and their families who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strayer, (Mabel), and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson (Helen), of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fisher (Opal), Emmetsburg; Rosella Godden, Madison, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Godden and Susan, of Corydon; Mrs. Quincy Troup (Arlene) arid son Phillip, Crown Point, Ind.; and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Godden, Clear Lake. Grandchildren present included Don Strayer and children, of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kuhn and Mr and Mrs Jim Richardson, Algona. Charlerie LaBarre married At St. Cecelia's Catholic church at eleven o'clock Satur- Jay, July 9, Charlene- LaBarre; : laughter of Mrs; Donald Cv'Fer- i-is and the late Robert C. LaBarre, arid John . Michael Con- .lelly, son of Mr. arid Mrs. John 7. Connelly of Duluth, Minn., Were married. : , Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of rel- itives and a large company of quests. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. lex Taylor played nuptial music and accompanied Kim Deal, ,oloist. Best man was Ray Mickolajak, Duluth, Minn. Groomsmen were 3rian LaBarre, brother of the ride, and Dr. William Middle- on, of iEdina, Minn. Neal Rogers, Grand Rapids; Minn., and Neil Colwell, Ames, were ushers. Mark Ferris, brother of the bride, was ring bearer. Acolytes were Larry Nauholz arid Dan Owen, both Algona. Sue LaBarre, sister of the Cars driven by Roman L. Bis- enbacher, Algona, and .Donna Miaree Young, Rolfe, collided on North 'Phillips street Monday, at 7:15 p;ht: The Eisenbacher 1962 Mercury received $250 damage arid the Young 1954 Chevy was damaged to the extent of $150. I' Two.small children riding in the Eisenibacher car, Pamela Eisenbacher, 3, and Roman Eisenbacher Jr.; 4,' each sustained a bumped head in the mishap and were taken to St. Ann hospital and released. Donna Maree Young was charged with having faulty brakes. spending this week in Colorado. The Merle Richards, Britt, were guests Monday of Mrs. Etta Holdren and attended the O. A. Campney funeral. Al Montag, 62 of West Bend, dies Saturday West Bend—Funeral services for Al Montag, 62, well-known j ey ~ Metzger The Robert Metz- resident of West Bend were held pers> Belvidere, 111., spent the Tuesday at St. Peter and Paul fourth here and a family reun- LOCALS Transfers - Bond Balance ot End of Quarter - — *S. H. Fund Sub Account - 36,450.41 115,761.88 receipts or exp.ndlturus 50th wedding is observed by Max Millers Mr., and Mrs. Max Miller had their golden wedding Sunday,* July 10, although their anniver- •ary, was Tuesday the 12th. Two of the five children, Irving (Pudge) and Dorothy, Mrs. C. J. .Hardgrove, live in Algona. The son Bruce and his wife came Friday from Tucson, Ariz., and are remaining at the parenj tal home through this week. Margaret, Mrs. <*rove, with her Mr. end Mrs. Cal Callesen and sons Kirk and Kevin came June 30 from Campbell, Calif., to visit the Clarence Metagers Sr. and Clarence Metzgers Jr. Mrs. Callesen is the former Shir- Catholic church with the Rev. Louis Greving officiating. Burial was in the West Bend cemetery. Mr. Montag died Saturday morning at his home of a heart attack. Born at West Bend Mr. Montag was a lifelong resident here. He graduated from the West Bend high school, and along with two brothers operated the Montag Ford garage in West Bend. In 1918 he married the former Agnes Duffy at Whittemore. He is survived by his widow, Agnes; two sons and one daughter, Mark Marvin and Mrs. Marvin Laubenthal, all of West Bend; 15 grandchildren; two sisters, Sister Lucida of Prairie Du Chien, Wis., and Mrs. Regina Bauman, West Bend; and five brothers, Fred, Leo and Joe, all of West Bend, George, of Algona, and Adolph, of Omaha, Mr. Montag was a member of the West Bend Knights of Columbus and of the Chamber of Commerce. He served for many years on the West Bend school board and was active in community affairs. i iua was neld. Connie Metger was unable to attend. She is a supervisor at the Pacific Telephone Co. in San Jose, Calif. The Call- esens were recent guests at Cletus Muller's, Whittemore. The Callesens left Saturday for Van- kton, S. D., for a few days with his parents. His father has been in the hospital seven weeks. I'lhey plan to leave for home in California Tuesday. The Cal Oaltesens, visiting the Metzger families, spent an afternoon visiting at the Robert Kain home. Their daughter Sharon Meyer and family, of Wisconsin, were there. An aunt of Mrs. Callesen came Tuesday to spend the day. She is Mrs. Elizabeth be, Coon Rapids. Mr*. John M*t?ger of Estherville spent part of her vacation visiting her mother, Mrs. Clara Bollig, Bancroft, and sisters and brothers in Whittemore, Algona and Seneca. EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS The executive board of the American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday evening, July 6. jride, was maid of honor, and Vlary Jean Hood, Bloomington Vlinn., and Bonnie Jankun, Palos Heights, 111., were bridesmaids Nancy Keefe, cousin of the groom, was flower girl. The bride was escorted to the altar by her step-father. The wedding reception was held after the ceremony at the Algona Country Club. Kay Ka£- tien, Peoria, 111., and Marty Walters, Cedar Rapids, sorority sisters of the bride, served the cake, and Jo Ellen'Milder, Algona, was at the punch bowl. Sue Morris, Milwaukee, Wis., and Janet Risser, Keokuk, cousins of the bride, poured coffee. Mrs. Neil Colwell, Ames, registered the guests. After a wedding trip to Las Vegas, they will live at 1255 Yosemite Street, Denver, Colo. She attended St. Teresa's college and received her B. S. degree from Iowa State University where she; was affiliated with Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. He received his B. S. degree from St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn. He is an analytical chemist for Shell Chemical Co. in Denver. Mrs. Connelly is employed by the National Jewish Hospital-Pediatric division there. Friday evening, the bridegroom's parents had the wed ding party, relatives, and out ot town guests at a rehearsal din ner at Charlie's Supper Club. American Legion at Whittemore elects officers Whittemore—Members of the Seely Walsh post of the American Legion met July 5 to elect officers for the coming year. Those elected are: Glen Koll- ascli, Commander; Delbert Dog- tch, first vice; Richard Arend, second vice; Robert Braatz, adju- ant; Donald Anderson, finance; Robert Gengler, service; Lester Fuchsen, historian; Kenneth Farrell, chaplain; Ray Getts. sgt; Bill Degan, Clete Mueller, Jerry Borniann and Elmer Steier, members of the executive committee. Jerry Hard husband and 'daughter came Saturday from Toledo and returned there Monday. Their son Charles, who enlisted last winter in the Marines, is now in an electronics school in California, so could not be here. The daughter-in-law, .Mrs. Maxwell Mill and; her two chil- l-ren. Mary Ann. and Maxwell [II. came from Davenport Saturday and returned home Monday. So of the Miller's 12 grandchildren; there were seven present. They had a family gathering Saturday evening at Pudge Miller's arid all attended church together Sunday morning, and had Sunday dinner at Van's Cafe. Open house was held in the Methodist church dining room from 2:30 to 4:30 for 100 guests. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Miller's WSCS circle. There was no formal program but Kitty Hardgrove, daughter of Chuck and Dorothy Miller-Hardgrove, sang several numbers. Nellie Gifford dies Tuesday at Ft. Dodge Funeral services for Nellie Gifford, 69, Burt, who died July 12 at the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital were held at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt, Thursday July 14 at 2 p.m. The Rev. A. Vehling officiated. Burial was in Burt Township cemetery. Nellie May Gifford was born July 9, 1897, the daughter of Franklin and Mary Kennedy Harvey. She married! WUlilam Gifford July 1, 1918, and lived her entire life in the Burt area. Survivors include four daughters and two sons. They are: Anita, Mrs. Marvin Marlow, of Lone Rock; Arlene, Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Burt; Wilma, Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, Burt; Phyllis, Burt; Billy, Lone Rock, and James, Bancroft. One sister, Ruth, Mrs. Elmer Phillips, Sexton, also survives as do 14 grandeluJdren and 12 great-grandchildren. Mr. «nd Mr*. Joe Studer h«d her sister, the Ben Farouts, from California as guests. COFFEES FOR VISITORS Mrs. Bill Garman gave a coffee for Mrs. Cal Callesen in Algona Friday. Guests were Mrs Ed Hibbs, Mrs. Walter Ewen and Mrs. Clarence Metzger Sr. Mrs. Merle Moore, Algona, gave a coffee Friday at her home for Mrs. Cal Callesen. Guests were classmates, Mrs. Don McGuire, Mrs. Les Wilden and Mrs. Don Meyers, Algona. Mrs. Milo Kollasch had a coffee in Algona for Mrs. Cal Callesen. Guests were Mrs. Roger Yarbrough, (Betty Muller of Whittemore) now of Hamilton, 111., and Mrs. Paul Elbert of LuVerne (Jo Ann Lick%"' Ralph Steinman dies Monday at St. Ann Services were held today (Thursday) at 4 p.m., at the McCul- Jough funeral chapel for Ralph Steinman, 65, lifetime Algona resident, who died Monday at St. Ann hospital. The Rev. Walter Morz of the First Presbyterian church officiated, and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers included: LeRoy Crapser, Glenn Rike, Fred Lupkes, Lawrence Gillespie, Ed Wolcott and William Prothman. Ralph Steinman was born on Nov. 4, 1900, in Algona, the son of Adam Steinman and Sarah Bowman. He lived his entire life here, working for Hal Cowan and Sons, F. S. Norton and son, and William Prothman. Surviving brothers and sisters are: Lloyd, Algona; Florence, Mrs, Kennit Burtis, Waterloo; and Nellie, Mrs, Paul James, Algona. A brother, Roy, is deceased. teig of Algona). ATTEND FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trupke attended a family reunion Sunday at the farm home of Mrs. Amy Swain at Boone, in honor of the Robert Carters of near Seattle, Wash. They also had a phone call from Mrs. Lewis Morgan, of Phoenix, Ariz.. A picnic dinner was held and three generations represented, 40 persons being present. AT DECORAH REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Harley O. Hanson, of Burt, attended a family reunion at a Decorah park. The Harley Hanson's small daughter was the 100th person added to the family. Mrs. Hanson is an R. N. at Good Samaritan Home. Ninety-seven out of 114 members of the families were pres ent. Bolonce from Previous Quarter _ Total Receipts for Quarter — Total to Accognt for :"" 582,931.90 MMNDITURIS. 2757 , 685 Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter _.-l-——. (Teocters, janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) <? Other Warrants Issued — amount - •"*• • Transfer - Investments 60,000.00 Total Expenditures - -- Bolonce at End of Quarter Plus Investments 597,779.65 110,140.49 385,857.34 211,922.31 80,000.00 HIT Of WARRANTS (enccpl lolaries) SehodhouM fund For What Amount Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What 90 55035 Sacurit'y State Bonk, Transfer - Investments * 1396400 Algono Comm. Sen. Dist., Bond Ace t.- rVAsnnn Algono Comm.. Sen. Dist., Schoo House Fd. "'Sib no •• a '-•- "•-• SchoolHouse Fd. -- ,,^!?ncf,. Algono Comm. Sch. Dist transfer - Bond Account TOTAL .$148,531.85 Person, Firm . or Corp. To Whom Paid Acme Chtmlcal Co. Advance Publishing Co. ; ronces Agord — . Algona Community School Dis- 500 CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Milton Dahl is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening. GENERAL FUND Amount 92.25 38.50 50.00 Sidney D. Johnson Melvin J. Kern BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs.- Marie Lampright entertained her bridge club Wednes- Jay afternoon. GOP women dale a family picnic The Republican Womens club of Kossuth county will have a family pot luck picnic supper at Call state park in Algona Tues day, July 19, at 6 p.m. All Republicans and .friends, are. welcom- ,j- .. ...-, ..... ..,>. .•.s.-.\-'bt;iri&t..'..--k^^?&,*j>'i,\ .-.^Anr .. ed. Speakers will be candidate for republican representative trom i..c. the 6th District, Wiley Mayne, [ c '""~ and republican candidate for governor, Robert Beck. Mr. Murray was unable to attend. Coffee and punch will be served by the club. Entertainment will be by the dance students of Mrs. Lelia Coleman. Local candidates will be introduced. Ex-Algona resident is hospitalized Word was received here that former Algonian Mrs. Robert Poush, who taught here with her husband some years ago, had major surgery at Rochester this week. Mrs. Poush is in the Methodist hospital in Rochester and her husband reports she would enjoy hearing from their friends in Algona. The Poushes now make their home in Oelwein. trict, Clearing Account Fund 62,104,02 Algona Flour and Feed Co. .. 6.50 Algona Implement Co 10.3V Algona .Municipal Utilities .- 3,047.52 Algona. Plumbing and Heating 119.52 American Art 'Clay Co., Inc. 19.14 American Assn. of School Administrators ..--.. 7.00 James Andersen _J__' 63.50 Wes Bortlett 360.00 Behr's Standard Service 2.75 Bruce Bennett : 3.50 Bickford-Johnson Hardware Co. ' ' 15'.20 Kay Billsborough : ' -- 35.00 Dick Blick Co. . •----.. 83.04 Blossom Insurance Agency — 13.00 Bomgaar's 5-10 — - 27.24 Bowman's Small Engines .... 29.00 J6e Bradley Equipment ...... 277.50 Frank Brusie ^-L-I--»-------- 50.00 Bureau-of -Audio-Visual''' In- .struction -'-'.-,—..----' 344.01 Burroughs Corporation. 9.39 Cecil Burtis ...1 5.50 Business Education Films 24.50 Rondy Colhoun 4.00 Campbell-Hall Inc. . 957.70 Carleton Stewart Music Co. — ,. 8.90 Carson's for Color 20.83 Children's Press, the 48.40 Wayne Christiansen.- 55.25 Keith Christie -.. Uu.tiu Helen. Comfort -. 27.50 Alice Condon _.: 50.00 Russ Cook ' 161.50 Cook's Welders Supply, Inc. .. 4V.tU Cook's Scrap Iron & Metal 10.80 Cowan Corp. ...... 114.62 Crouse Cartage Co. 15.62 Culligan Soft Water Service .. 46.90 Doyle Dailey -.: ; 6.60 Jane Dannewitz 100.00 Bob Deal ., 87.00 Klipto Printing 8, Office Supply Co. Carole Kniep Kossuth County Public Schools Kossuth Motor Co. Kossuth Oil Co., Kraft Music Co. Wm. Kuhn Sr. Ruth Kuyper Otto B. Lping Lang Distributing Co. Lotto's Business Systems Inc. J. S. Lotto and Son Glenn Leggett Loose Lear S/stems Marshall & Switt Inc. Wa.ter McBride ___________ McGraw-Hill Book Co. ...... murnn Mi-elhouse ------- .'.. Metropolitan Supply Co. ---Arnold Meyer ------------Midwest Visual Education Service -----------------Miller Lumbar Co. ---------National taucation Assn. . Decker Brothers, r lnc ___ '____ 1,450.90 ...... Demco Library Supplies 21.55 Des Moines Register & Tribune 220.28 Bob, Devine ___________ ______ Directory Service Co. ________ Dudley Lock Division . _____ Educators Publishing Service, llectronic Kits Supply Co. ilectronic Specialties . : arm Bureau Office : id1ar & Chambers 'inn's Bakery ; Florida State University A-V Trust ... . : ollett Library Book Co. : ort Dodge Office Equipment : oster Furniture Co. Adolfo Franco •__.: : rederick Hardware Store ..._•_ Report of Condition of IOWA STATE BANK of Al«i«n«, low*, «t the clow of butincfs June 30, !*•*, a state bsnkinf institution org«niied and operating under the bonking low* of Mill Itatt and a mciiibtr of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by tba State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of thi» District. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection - % 1,624,073.44 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,885,378.75 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 657,461.40 5. Other securities - 15,000.00 7. Other loons and discounts - 3,632,978.75 8. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises - 97,748.25 11. Other assets 10,238.14 125.00 72.70 66.99 5.00 5.34 of U. S. Motional School Boards Assn. National School Public Relations Assn. i. VV. Noylor Fritz Nielsen North Central Public Service NorthWis'-irn Bell Telephone Co O'Brien Trucking Service Olivetti Underwooci Corp. Webster Orion Panama Carbon Co. Tom Parsons Paxton tquipment t* Supply. Dale Pedersen ._ Hercivol Motors ... Petty Cash Pink Supply Co. Pratt Electric Const. Co. Hrenticu-Hall, Inc. Helma Proper Jon Putnam Random House Schl. & Libr. Scr. Inc. Reding's Gravel & Excavating Beulah Richardson Gordon Richardson Vaughn K. Rising James Ritz St. Paul's Lutheran School .. Hugo Gade Jock Golla .---...... Joyce Graham ... ----- ------ Sreenberg Auto Supply - _____ The Grolier Society, Inc. ____ Russell Guster _______ ____ ... Mary . Hanover — .... _____ Harrison's, v _______________ Hoyden Book Co., Inc. ...... John Hayes- ,_. ___________ Hedrick Brothers ... _______ J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co. ____ Mqliday Motor Motel Hood's Super Volu Huntington • Laboratories, Inc. . 1,059.63 HutzelPs Office & School Sup- 25.00 Lowell Samp 100.00 Vernice Samp 19.38 Sarifax' Corp. 9.80 School Lunch Program Science Research Aaasciates, 36.75 - lnc 67.05 36.25 111.75 20.00 72.72 5.00 30.00 157.00 13.00 67.12 50.00 9.00 1.01 5.22 35,50 • 55.01 309.07 20.00 20.26 plies -__. Industrial- Electronics Corp. .. Indiana University International Business Machines Corp. . Iowa Assn. of School Board _. Iowa Bus Sales Co. Iowa Center for Research in Schl Adm Iowa Employment Security 118.23 104.13 5.65 22.50 120,00 8.50 1 50.00 Comm. .'-..' ----------- 1J1 11,558.05 Iowa Public Employees Retirement Sys. . ..... ........ 9,164.92 Scott, Foresman i Co. ______ George Sefrit _____________ Sharp's Jewelry ___________ Corrine Shimel ______ . _____ Silver Burdett Co. __________ The Singer Co. ____________ Madonna Skogstrom ________ Jeff Snore ................ Gerald Soper ______________ Kathryn Sorensen ____ . _____ Standard Oil ............. . State Agency for Surplus Pro- Jul lian S. Steen . ... Franklin D. Stone __________ Capitola Strayer ___________ Strombcrg Hydraulic Brake & Coupling Co. ___________ Supt. of Documents ________ Taylor Motor Co. __________ Teachers College Press . ..... Iowa State University ______ Iowa Testing Program ______ P. R. Irons --------- ..... I. S. E. A. Library Service .. Jesse R. Jimenez __________ Johnson House ____________ . 13050 25900 14.70 ___ ___ Themogas Co. of Algona ____ Tom's Radio & TV ________ Thelma Tschetter _____ Charles Ullom ___________ United Building Centers Inc.. U. S. Govt. Post Office ____ Universtiy of Illinois _______ University of Nebraska _____ Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. ----------------Utt Electric Service ______ O. G. Waffle Book Co ..... Wesley Warner ......... Kathie Weber ........ The Welch Scientific Co. I... Don Wells 2.50 32.50 21,11 15.00 73;76 274.63 1,981.29 98.05 5.00 125.00 122.50 18.99 6U./U 148.94 50.00 b.41 . 7.75 9.95 8.^0 2.50 80.92 21.50 2.25 14.60 5.20 84.00 10.00 b.OO I3.UO 4,188.30 958.73 . 80.00 150.00 4-..L.O 51.98 5.50 6.90 15.00 84.30 51)1.66 150.00 128.81 8.10 83.80 30.20 49.64 36.75 100.00 50.00 62.50 94.50 360.00 15.00 50.00 S2.00 1 28.14 215.72 101.65 183.00 20.98 125.00 8.42 41.74 14.00 7.00 20.00 ,13.00 356.33 57.20 80.00 207.50 152.00 98.93 19.25 188.87 6.50 3303 H. W. Wilson Co. 31.56; H attie Wilson . 6.63 6.SO 7.25 825.00 60.00 205.99 337.85 121.80 46,00 107.86 110.99 384.39 27.00 125.00 181.16 11.00 28.68 125.00 TOTAL $] 10,140.49 I,- Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby «artify thot this report, poges I, 2, 3, 4 is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Boord of said District for the quarter ending June 30, 1966. Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July A. D., 1966. „ . . . Mary F. Agard, Notary. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 14, 1966 12. TOTAL ASSETS --- - % 7,922,878.73 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . 5,334,333,56 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations — 1,100,416.85 15. Deposits of United States Government 87,546.73 16. Deposjts of States and political subdivisions 674,323.87 18. Deposits of commercial banks 19. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 20. TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 13 to 19) $7,214,905.99 16,338.84 1,946.14 (a) Total demand deposits $5,895,289.14 (b) Total time and savings deposits - $1,319,616.85 25. TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 7,214,905.99 ACCOUNTS " """" CAPITAL 26. (c) Common stock—total par value No. shares authorized 2500 No. shares outstanding . 2500 250,000.00 250,000.00 207,972.74 27. Surplus 28. Undivided profits 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 31. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 7,922,878.73 707,972.74 MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with con uute 6,883,766.06 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with coll date 3,763,292.82 3. Loans as shown in "Assets" are after deduction of valuation reserves of 15,095.98 I, A. f. Agena, President, of the above-named bonk do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. F. AGENA, President We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. F. L. McMohpn, J. C. Mawdsley, David A. Smith, H. J. Cowon, L. E. Linngn, Directors. SEAL State of Iowa, County of Kossuth ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of July, 1966. John Lande, Notary Public Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July H, 1966 Above all, your wedding reflects you, down to the smallest detail. When choosing the bridal stationery for your wedding needs, ;et gur services guide you. Advance Publishing Co. """*" "JUST f AST OF COURTHOUSE"

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