Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 13
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in JMI LuVifiMN-Word has been re> Cdved of the death of Mrs. Li* lie Brodetson, 82, of Glenburn, N. D., June 23 after a long illness. Funeral services and burial took place there June 26. Survivors include several daughters and grandchildren, also one Sister Mrs. Emma Ristau, Nora Springs. Mrs. Broderson, formerly Lizzie Tiede, was born in LuVerne, the daughter of the late John Tiedes. Her husband Chris Broderson of the Lotts Cfeek vicinity is also dead. The Clark Kinneys of Mltv burn, visited Wednesday and Thursday with the Earl Mannings. The women are sisters. Dcbra and Becky Morris, Clare are visiting their grandparents, the Earl Mannings. Mrs. Earl John went to Britt Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Andie Wernet, who was reported ill. Mrs. Robert Dufel, daughters Sharon and Audrey, Manhatten Beach, Calif., came Friday to visit her f«tn*r Rlchtrd W«gii*r, LuVemev brother, the Kleid Wegfters, Algort* Mid other rel' atives. Suna.y fimtt §f (he Hugh Shirks were her sister the Ken* neth Chamberlains and the women's parents the Clair Joneses, Royal. It was the 86th birthday of Clair Jones. Albert (ftutch) Nielsen, BrlM, formerly, LuVerne, had an appendectomy July 4 at the hospital at Britt. Guests of Mrs. Laura Zweifel who came for the wedding of her son Dennis Zweifel and Karen Kunert at Thor, July 2 were: Mrs. Hattie Lichty and son, the Robert Lee Uchtys, Ronald Zweifel, Elmhurst, 111., the Clarence Engels, Cedar Rapids, Jas. Zweifel, Washington, D. C., the Jerry Zweifels, Boise, Ida., and the John Zweifels, Rochester, Minn. Guests Tuesday at Fred Merkles were cousins of Mrs. Merkle, the Paul Borovicas and Paillette, Detroit, Mich. Patricia Pfeiffer and brother Steven left Sunday after visiting their grandparents the Arthur Dimlers. They returned home to Las Vegas, Nev. tlu Tribune THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY Of PROCEEDINGS School District LuVerno Community Township LuVerne County Kossuth I do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of tha proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for the quarter ending June 30, 1966. Rose Patterson Secretary Glass of '33 at LuVerne has reunion LuVerne —The class of 1933 of the LuVerne high school held a reunion July 3. Of the class of 23, only five were present. Attending were the Merle Scribners, Des Moines, Carmen Hesse, the Rev. Mrs. Elmer Wehrspann, Aurelia, Bernadine Ristau, Mrs. Fay Harmon, Dorothy May lin- debak, the Charles Hanselmans, v '>1 Pr) M a e lUnrrnv, the John Vosses, Jr., LuVerne. They met at the school house for visiting. They then went to Johnny's Steak Harbor, Humboldt, for dinner. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhouso Fund Balance from Previous Quarter _ 127996 Total Receipts for Quarter IIIIIIIIIII 11^053]00 Total Total to Account for Warrants Drawn During Quarter Balance at End of Quarter 12,332.96 6,293.75 6,039.21 General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter 1)70089 Total Receipts for Quarter 109'73503 Total to Account for EHpemfriturei Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter 4051541 (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) " ' Other Warrants Issued — amount 11,974.82 Total Expenditures Balance at End of Quarter 121,435.92 52,490.23 LuVerne encfs w/f h 72-3 mark 68,945.69 Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Interest on bonds Payment on principal Total Schoolhouse Exp. GENERAL FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Fo' What Amount Audio Visual Division $ 33.00 Advance Publishing Co. $ 54.59 Augsburg Publishing House ._ 15.55 Advanced Systems, Inc. 1,608.70 LIST OF WARRANTS (except tflariei) Schoolhouic Fund For What Amount 1,293.75 5,000.00 VISIT IN WEST Mrs. Leslie Calkins, Linda Beverly and LaRpy, left July f for a month visiting relatives They accompanied her sister, the Fred Eslingers, to visit in Albu querque, N. M. Then by bus to Tuba City, Ariz., to visit Mr Calkin's brother, the Delbert Calkins, then to visit her brother, the Denny Pergandes at In- gelwood, Calif. Linda and Beverly Calkins have been pen pals in West Covina, Calif., who will be visited. Enroute home they will visit Mrs. Calkin's mother the Mark Hiserotes, Des Moines. PASTOR ON VACATION The Rev. Ralph Hindmans eft July 11 for their summer vacation. They plan to visit in owa and Illinois, and then trtV* jl north through southern Can* ada. They will go eastward and hen to Amherst, Mass., to visit heir son Neil and wife, who are graduate students ait the University of Massachusetts. They will also visit at Port Clinton, Ohio, and Chicago, enroute to their home. 6,293.75 American Book Co. Bock Bros., Welding Supply _ Wm. C. Brown Co. Behavorial Research Lab. Bomgaar's Bcnefic Press Chas. A. Bennett Co. Camilla E. Bormann, Exp. Carroll Garage Corner Store Chemco Co. Corwith Impl. Co. Carson's County Supt. of Schools Crouse Cprtags Co. Galen Crbnk, • •Mary Cronk Croft F^luc. Service Doubledav and Co. Darjohn Teching Aids Docker Bros. Des Moines Register T. S. Denison Co. Economics Press Encyclopaedia Britannica Ft. Dodge Office Equipment . Ginn & Co. Garrard Publishing Co. Houff Sporting Goods Hopan's Sporting Goods Hciman Fire Equip, Huntington Laboratories Harcourt, Brace & World The Highsmith Co. Houghton-Mifflin Co. International Business Moch. -. lo. Public Employees' Retirement la. Employment Security Comm. ISEA Library Service Iowa Public Service Co. Iowa State Agency for Surplus Prop. Iowa State University 88.06 5.75 3.83 9.00 21.30 97.34 3.69 3.82 251.83 13.17 34.50 5.75 4.54 15.22 7.75 21.50 7.50 25.15 72.00 a2.10 322.45 18.96 26.85 8.20 3.80 13.10 4.55 192.72 60.91 148.70 14.75 51.95 4.80 36.66 3.41 12.60 1,289.69 1,5569*, 6.97 499.36 16.75 9.84 owa Medical Supply Co. owo Testing Programs <ossuth Motor Co. <ossuth Co. Supt. of Schools _ -uVcrne Building Co. . -uVerne Clinic J. S. Latta & Son ... .uVerne Insurance Agency -owson Hardware Jesse Lindebak v\cGrow Hill Book Co. Metropolitan Supply Co. Mid-Bell Music Co. Miller Office Equip. Marshall & Swift Midwest Shop Supplies Miller Music Co. Milady Publishing Co. Chos. E. Merrill Books Montgomery Ward __i Mishek's _, .__^ Midwest- -Visual • Education 1 S3rv. National Record House Nielsen's DX Service Northwestern Bell Tel. Co. Patterson Electric Service Paxton Equipment & Supply Frank Paxton Lumber Co. Pratt Paper Co. Prentice-Hall, Inc. Bert Ramus, Postmaster Readers Digest Books Royal Typowriter Co. Scott, Foresman & Co. Silver Burdett Co. Sieg-Ft. Dodge Co. Science Research Assoc. Science Year L. B. Shelton, Exp. Swaney Equip. Co. Specialty Forms Co. School Health Supply Town of LuVerne' The Welch Scientific Co O. G. Waffle Book Co Kenneth Wells The Weavers John Wiley & Sons World Year Book AID HAS PICNIC Aid of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church .had a pot-luck LUVERNE HIGH SCHOOL closed out a line summer baseball season as it was edged by Goldfield 4-3 in a second round sectional game at LuVerne Saturday. The Lions had a 12-3 overall record and won the North Star Conference title with a 9-1 mark. Shown, front row, left to right, Daryl Trauger, Ronnie Wolf, Denny Barber, Dale Schipull, Bart Selby; back row, left to right, Denny' Hamelman, Duane Will, Doug Nelson, Butch Hefty, .Roger Hansen, Barney Selby and Coach Sherman Arencls. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. picnic at the church Thursday. The program was in charge of Mrs. Marvin Anderson and Mrs. Robert Gronbach. Mrs. Charles Hinz and Mrs. Hugh Shirk were the kitchen committee. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE NOTICE — The Town council of LuVerne, of Humboldt & Kosuth Counties, Iowa, will meet July 27, 1966, at 8 P.M., at City Hall. /.' Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning January 1. 1967. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. H. G. Trauger Town Clerk FUNDS Total Expnnditures _____ $52,490.23 I, Rose Patterson, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1 , 2, 3 & 4 is a true and correct statement of the! proceedings pertainina to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending June 30, 1966. Rose Patterson Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July A.D., 1966. V. D. Johnson Notary. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, 'Algona, Iowa, July 14, 1966 ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT School District of LuVnrne Communty Kossuth-Humboldt County, Iowa, for the year ending June 30th, 1966. We hereby certify that this report is correct as required by Sections 279,32 and 279.33, Code of Iowa. Copy filed with th° County Superintendent and posted or published as required by law, on July 14, 1966. Harry Naffziger Rose Patterson President Secretary o*; m c c 3 o .CU. 3 3*5 EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR BBSS &B.E ° !_'£ ••is 8 £•> LuVerne man is married at Story City LuVerne — Donna Lee Richardson, daughter of the Howard Richardsons, Story City, and Robert Dean Norcross, son of the Joseph Norcrosses, LuVer- ne, were married ait the Grace Webster City, Kamrar, Iowa Falls, Belmond, Cedar Falls, Ames, Duncom.be, Mason City, Woolstock, Williams, Toledo, Eagle Grove, Des Moines, Renwick, Goldfield, and California. She was graduated from the Webster City high school, Webster City junior college, and attended Stephens college, Columbia, Mo. She is now employed at The Security State bank, Algona. He was graduated from Lu Verne high school and Omaha trade school, Omaha. He is own er of Bob's Body and Paint shop LuVerne. Charles City to Terry Nerem, son f Marvin Nerem and the Me Mrs. Jennie Lund Nerem, Aug 27. He is the grandson of Mrs und and nephew of Mrs Tjerem Nerem. . o c < Sr Generol 2018 4962 4787 5000 1000 1000 • 3000, Street -509 2122 3851 6000 none non3 6000 Public Safety -- -.- 522 3890 3292 4000 1500 2000 500 Sanitation --- -- -26 1271 2163 1000 non3 none 1000 Municipal Enterprise - 659 1754 2238 2000 400 100 1500 Recreation 526 1414 1397 1350 500 none 8bO Utilites 3222 7912 6744 9500 2500 4000 3000 Street (Road Use Tax) -1914 2674 8000 3500 none 3500 Liquor Protit 30 904 697 700 200 500 TOTALS 4528 26903 33151 33050 6100 11100 1535C Taxable Valuation (1965) Humboldt $135,983) J 528,630 Kossuth $392,647 ) Taxable valuation, Agricultural Lands (1965) .. Humboldt $ 63,426 ) Kossuth $ 39,266 ) Moneys and Credits (1965) Humboldt $ ) Kossuth $ 93,324 ) Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 14, 1966 BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE: — The Board of Directors of LuVerne Community School District, Kossuth and Humboldt Counties, Iowa, will meet August 4th, 1966, at 8:00 P. M., at High School. SCHOOL HOUSE Receipts FUND Amount On Hand Last Report ------ ...................................... J ,l'i5!it School House Fund Tax Levy .......... -- .......... .............. 18,364.85 Total Receipts including balance above --------------------------- 23,816.71 School House Fund Disbursements Total ---------------------------- 17,777.50 Balance on Hand June 30, 1966 ---- ...... - ....................... 6,039.21 Disbursement! To Whom For What Amnunt Interest on bonds ------------------------------------------------ il'JJZ'^" Payment on principal -------------------------------------------- 15,000.00 Taxpayers will be heard for or aaainst the following estimate of expendi- tulss for the year beginnng July 1, 1966,~and ending June 30, 1967. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. FUNDS 1 2 EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR in ^ *» 0•o -. o*" o >•*"£ 5 .3 •o in -° .0 o- o* *~ o" """ 3 3 — * -^ 3 §•>. .•i? OJ<O ao- UJ*~ T3.1! a V O'+I w uj D-UJ 4 T3 Q & E ^ S a'o 3 tu |s^ .£5 g SOD 5 § oB o a — C o 3fi Q II tuO 6 o S o o t ~7 Irt C ^ C 3 0|2 <£.§ Total disbursements 17,777,50 ~~<fT N I R A L FUND Rcccipli Amount Balance on hand last report 58,370.75 District Tax ''^'SsS'Jl? Semi-Annuol Apportionment - ITS'?. Federal Aid - N. D. E. A. 8. Title I .-- 9,212.04 General Aid vlcT'aS Transportation Aid 3,651.86 Tuition Collected - 603 >'2? Other Revenue Sources T f'St Revolving Accounts cica Other non-revenue sources -fS'5? Interest 250.00 Total Receipt's including balance above - 259,385.52 General Fund Disbursements — Total .-- 190,439.83 Balance on Hand June 30, 1966 - 68,945.69 P l»BU*JEMINtS ^^^ , t096 , 80 9,800.00 Joseph E. Putzstuck, dross 2,290.00 wages ......."....„ 600.00 57.00 1,865.00 7,700.00 89.50 10.25 6,300.00 To Whom for Wh«t Lyle B. Shelton, Gross wages ! Sharon K. Heinen, Gross wages Marilyn M. Wickett, Gross wages Rose Patterson. Gross wages Howard H. Smith, Gross wages Connie A. Schnetzer, Gross wages Delores Eggleston, Gross wages Charles F. Bloom, Gross wages Sherman P. Arends, Gross wages - 7,208.30 Bryce A. Wickett, Gross woges 6,766.70 Dennis E. Holmes, Gross wages 5,891.70 Anita H. Walters, Gross wages 7,033.30 Phyllis A. Watson, Gross wages 6,508.40 E.' Genevieve Martin, Gross wages 2,522.i>0 Sue A. Heothman, Gross wages 5,692.40 Barbara Sharman Holmes, Gross wages 5,750.00 Margaret E. Stripling, Gross WOQ6S -rf --••----- 4,583-93 Loyon M. Mallary, Gross woges 6,016.70 Catherine Schodc, Gross wages 4,055.04 Beuloh M. Hindman, Gross > 0 , 00 c wages 4,o4o.y-> Virginia Rogert, Gross Woges 4,325.00 Nadine A. Sclvig, Gross wages 3,883.40 Helen M. Daley, Gross wages 5,7 3.40 Pguline Y. Pfeffer, Gross wages 5,616.70 Emmg'M. Wise, Gross wages . 5,783.30 Vivian M. Erickson, Gross wages 4,950.00 DMone E. Neal, Gross wages - 1,712.80 Kathleen R. Meyer, Gross wages losepn E. Putzstuck, Gross wages —_-."William F. Hardcopf, Gross wages 1,080.00 Elden H. Oberhclman, Gross wages -- — 1,491.00 Howard L. Cronk, Gross wages 4.600.0C Violet M. Cronk, Gross wages . 1,400.00 Carmen E. Nielson, Gross woges . 762.0C Vero I. Merkle, Gross wages . 716.25 Camilla E. Bormann, Gross wages ' 600.00 Delaln E. Blumer, Gross wages 45.90 Marjorie P. Shelton, Gross wages 82.5C Stella E. Burros, Gross wpges - 50.01 Donna J. Nelson, Gross wages 155.0C William L. Prior, Gross wages 983.80 Total General Fund Salaries - - - Jl 40,637.52 Other Other Administration costs - r i costs & Mqlnteiv Servjce Instruction cps.ts Other Operation costs -- once costs Other Community Costs Other transportation Attendance Services Health Service* Fixed Charges -,-- - . ... ... Capital Outlay 5,407.4 Other Title I costs r --- r 4,269,1 1,676.20 9,434.1~ 8,167.2 —0— 10,497.2 65.6 6.4 10,278.8 Total Disbursements — General. Fund .- — ---- -,*.' 90,439.8 h een R Mever UfOSS \jcrtciui rwiiw -___------^i^v,w> Published infttie' Alrjong Kossuth County Advance, Alpong, Iowa, July 14, 1966 General 177,570 190,440 202,862 30,541 172,321 'otal — General Fund .. ionds and Interest 177,570 18,211 190,440 17,777 202,862 17,307 30,541 172,321 17,307 TOTAL — All Purposes -- 195,781 208,217 220,169 30,541 189,628 Tools No. \ Distribution of General Fund Expenditures EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR 1964-1965 1965-1966 1. Administration 15,411 15,533 2. Instruction -- 113,772 121,438 3. Other Education Cost 146 72 4. Transportation 17,346 17,508 5. Fixed Charges 10,160 10,279 6. Operation & Maint. - 15,160 14,167 8. Community Services .174 30 9. Capital Outlay 5,401 5,407 11. Federal Programs — 6,006 ..^.. *v\ *••.•.. -•** -..iT-t^.- 'i,"f-^.j,*,iS* '•Jiv-fa*M-ift V oh'urch, Story City, June 26, at 3 p.m. The Rov. Paul Beckman read the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Darrel Doolittlc was organist and accompanied the Robert Lekwas who sang. Mrs. Robert Moore, Alleman, sister of the bride, was matron o-f honor. Marlene Norcross, of [owa Falls, and Joanna Norcross of LuVerne were bridesmaids. Kristin Norcross, niece of the aridegroom, was flower girl. Gary Norcross, Humboldt, brother of the bridegroom, was the best man. Edwin Hunt, Corwith, and Dale Packer, Ames, were groomsmen. Tory Moore, nep- lew of the bride, was ring bearer. Robert Moore, Gary Anderson, Tom Tjille, Marvin Hoffman and Doug Greenwood were ushers. Candle-lighters were Brian Richardson and Dennis Richardson. A recaption was held in the church with Mrs. Russell Voga and Mrs. Henry Matson hostesses. Mrs. Gale Richardson and Mrs. Arlene Bealmer, Webster City, cut and served the five- tiered heart shaped cake. The knife used to cut the first piece Was 146 years old, the set used by the bride's great-great-grandparents. Mrs. Gary Norcross, of Humboldt, and Mrs. Marjorie Web- holm, Boone, had the guest book. Showing gifts were Mrs. Marys Berry, Mrs. Patricia Arnold Vtrs. Ronald Wilson, Mrs. Caro 'rystal, Mrs. Carolyn Klaver, Vtrs. Beth Bottorff. Guests were from LuVerne, Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — My tlianks to all relatives and friends for cards and visits while at the Lutheran hospital. Special thanks to the Rev. R. T. Mueller. Eldon Oberhelmen. in HANKS PAINTS Satisfaction Guaranteed LAWSON HARDWARE Renwick 2222 LuVorno 882-3370 LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 Beginning July 16th m m REUNION IS HELD The Brink-Potter reunion was held July 10 at Mclntosh Wood; at Clear Lake, with 18 presen and one guest. Present were tin Richard Feltises, of Stewart ville, Minn.; Gerhard Mayers, o Rsnwick; Mrs. Anna Potter, Caroll Potter, Hardy; the Percy Brinks, Allyn Brinks, Ben Hef- ys, LuVerne. Visitor was Lonnie Billings, Kansas City, nephew of Mr. Hefty. Carroll Pot- ,er was elected chairman for 1967. Oldest living member of tie clan is Mrs. Olla Brink Godrey. She was unable to attend and lives with her daughter Ruby Godfrey in LuVerne. July 11, she had her 95th birthday. THE Proposed Expenditures 1966-1967 16,480 130,460 125 12,100 11,862 15,400 30 3,300 13,105 Total Same as General Fund above - 177,570 190,440 202,862 Table No. 2 Distribution of General fund Receipts Other Thgn Taxation RECEIPTS OTHER THAN TAXATION Estimated Rccepits 1964-1965 1965-1966 1966-1967 Generol State Aid .. 9,730 15,633 12,734 Transportation State Aid 3,883 3,652 3,402 Federal 'Aid 1,114 9,212 13,405 Semi-Annuol Apport'm't 965 993 500 Military Serv. Tax Credit 425 Trailer Tax 75 Transfers 2 Tuition 723 604 Transportation 78 33 Other Receipts 43 307 TOTALS (Last col. to col. 5 above) 16,536 30,486 30,541 Secretary's balance July 1, 1966. 1. GENERAL FUND -- $ 68,945 2. Less Unpaid Bills $26,375 3. Less Balance Reserved - $42,570 $ 68,945 SCHOOL HOUSE FUND -.- $ 6,03" Est. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value $ 3 Taxable valuation, 1965 Kossuth $4,533,753 Humbotcit - - $ 1,252,214 Moneys ond ; Credits, 1965 Kossuth - S 164,803 Humboldt - - - $ non Tax free lands $ 2,045 NUM.BER OF PERSONS OF SCHOOL AGE 425 X 307 equals $ 130,475 (state average) ATTENDS SHOWER Mrs. Lydia Lund, LuVerne, attended a pre-nuptial shower Saturday at the home of her daugh- :er, Mrs. Tjerem Nerem, Corwith. Honored was the bride-to- be Zetta Franklin of Charles City. She will be married in Plumbing - Heating Wiring-L P. Gas LAWSON HARDWARE LuVerne Co-op Elevator WILL BE CLOSE! OK SATURDAY AFTERNOONS ELDON GUESS, Manager WIN THE WAR AGAINST "RED WATER" Renwick 2222 LuVerne 882-3370 TO ALL FARMERS The Master Corn Growers' and Master Soybean Growers' Contests will be sponsored by the Lu- Verne Commercial Club for all interested farm* ers in the LuVerne area. 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