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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
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• Published t y The Upper Des Meine* | Publishing Co., Algona. Iowa | JOAN BOUINGCR i Newt Editor Circus At Fenton, July 24 fha Panfnn f/intmimtl** m..i_ ' *• Thursday, July 21, 1966 Algeria (la.) Upper Det Moinet—7 BUDGET ESTIMATE School District KOT1CE: — The Board of Directors of Scntral Community School District. Kosstith and Palo-Alto County. Iowa, will meet August 1. 1966. at 800 P.M.. at Sentral High School Building. Taxpayers will be heard for or acalnat the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July I. 19M. and ending June 30. 1967. A dctafled statement of receipts and disbursement*, both past and anticipated will be nvallable at the hearing. Lucille S««gebarth District Secretary The Fenton Community Club is sponsoring the appearance in Fenton, next Sunday, July 24, of Schmidt's Trained Elephant and Wild Animal Circus. The circus carries with it three rides, a ferris wheel, merry- go-round and train, cotton candy and snow kone and other concessions, and presents a circus program, under canvas. Community Club members are selling tickets at reduced prices for those desiring to get the best admission prices. Circus tickets are 80? and 40? from Community Club members. They will be 10 cents higher at the gate. Rides will be 15 cents at the grounds, but only 10 cents if tickets are purchased ahead of time from club members. The rides will be ready at 7 p.m. and the circus program begins at 8:30 p.m. The wild animal exhibit is free. There are 10 variety acts on the circus program. 18 Piano Students In Recital Of Miss Meyer FENTON - Miss Elsie Meyer recently presented her piano students in a recital at St. John's Lutheran church. Those participating were Linda Berkland, Vicki Dreyer, Debbie Elmers, Cindy Gade, Margene and Roger Henriksen, Patricia Huskamp, Linda and Paul Jorgenson, Rhonda Kern, Edward Krause, Carol Laabs, Emilie Matthiesen, Diane Mills, Kathy Mortensen, Jean Pompe, Cheryl and Rodney Uthof. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bellinger and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bellinger of Lone Rock. Debra and Kristine Bpllinger visited with their great-grandmother, Mrs. C. C. Gushing at Fairmont, Minn., on Sunday evening. Fenton Friendly Neighbors met at the park in SweaCity on Thursday for their annual picnic. Members answered roll call by introducing their guests and telling their guests and their own middle names. Those members . and guests attending were Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and family, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Ervin Luedtke and daughter, Mrs. Herschel Hartman and daughter, Mrs. Leslie Baxter, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Lena Luedtke, Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. W. Laage, Mrs. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DfNTIST Office Phone 889-2248 > Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales & Service Phone 889-2713 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans and Auction Service 2501 - 6th Street — Emmetsburg, Iowa Floyd Duncan, Lori Duncan, Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, Lizzie Meyer, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Mrs. Hans Baago, Mrs. Elmer Krause and family, Mrs. Laurnetta Miller, Mrs. Homer Matthiesen, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and family returned home on Friday evening from a trip east where they visited with the Max Flalgs. Mrs. Flaig is the former Marilyn Meyer, a sister to James. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gerhart and family returned home Wednesday evening from a trip to Albany, N. Y., where they visited with the Mrs. Johnson's and Mrs. Gerhart's aunt and uncle, the Harold Schmidts. Sunday evening callers at the Norman Bollinger home were Mr. and Mrs. Eulan Schueller of Titonka. Rev. Clifford Bliss of St. Luke's, Fairville, will be the guest speaker at St. John's, Fenton, on July 24 and 31. The time for services will be 8:15. On August 7 he will speak at St. Paul's, Whittemore, at 8:00. On August 7 and 14 there will be no Sunday School classes held at St. Luke's at Fairville. On August 14 there will be a film shown from Bethesda "Bridge to a Wider World." The film will be shown during the regular Sunday School time from 9 to 10. All are invited to attend. George Bierstedt reported for duty with the armed forces on Tuesday, July 19. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beck of Des Moines were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck. Roxanne Voigt of Washington, D. C., is spending several days visiting with her parents, the Paul Voigts. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jasman of Spirit Lake were guests of Mr/ and Mrs, Lyndon Kerber on Sunday. Steven Bruhn was an overnight guest on Friday evening of Jeffrey Berkland in honor of Jeffs birthday. Paula Berkland and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls visited Friday afternoon at the Howard Bruhn home. " Vicki Bruhn is in bed recuperating from rheumatic fever. Mark Luedtke, son of the Edwin Luedtke s of Lone Rock, spent several days last week visiting at the Melvin Thiesens. Mrs. Fred Mortensen entertained several ladies one after- DOUBLE Gift Jiouse Stamps THURSDAY - 1 to 5 P.M. FRIDAY -1! A.M. to 5 P.M. SATURDAY - ii A.M. to 8 P.M. BE SURE AND REGISTER FOR FREE GIFT TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY, 8 P.M. (Mrs. Emma Reimers Won Last Week) P.S. PLENTY OF SPECIALS WITH DOUBLE STAMPS, TOO! PRIEBE S STORE FENTON - PHONE 889-2271 noon last week in honor of her birthday. Those present were Mrs. Ervin Gremmels, Mrs. Curtis Lura and Kristie, Mrs. Clarence Thilges, Mrs. Albert Metzger, Mrs. Omar Lenning, Mrs. Dale Douglas and Mrs. Rodney Priebe. Word was received in Fenton Sunday of the death of Mr. Ross Matthews of Canbee, Minn. Mr. Matthews was the husband of the former Clara Nemitz of Fenton. The funeral was held Wednesday in Canbee. Sunday callers at the Fred Mortensen home were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Low of Boone, la. The Lows were returning from a trip to Montana where they visited Mrs. Low's mother, Mrs. Anna Mienke, and other relatives. Nuptial Shower At Fenton For Miss Struecker FENTON - Jane Struecker, daughter of the Victor Strueckers, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower recently at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton. Mrs. Eldon Brown was mistress of ceremonies for a program which included a skit presented by Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and Mrs. Ferdie Miller, a solo by Renae Votteler accompanied by Judy Kraft and a reading by Candace Vaudt. Hostesses were Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber, Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mrs. Dick Jentz, Mrs. Harvey Henriksen, Mrs. Ervin Votteler, Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Fred Grelnert, Mrs. Wayne Boettcher, Mrs. Gene Vaudt, Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mrs. Robert Krause, Mrs. Ray Dreyer, Mrs. Don Shaw, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, M.-s. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mrs. William Hantelman, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. Eldon Brovn and Mrs. Fred Meyer. Miss Struecker will be married to Vernon Wilberg, son of the Henry Wilbergs of Fenton, on Sunday, July 24, at Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell attended the wedding of Coreen Place and William Swing at Ringsted on Saturday evening. Sunday dinner guests of the Albert Mitchells were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mehling and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood. Overnight guests on Saturday of the Morris Mitchells were Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mehling of Walnut Grove, Minn. ADDING MACHINES * TYPE-" WRITERS At The Upper Des Molnei. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING Town and City Estimate NOTICE — The Town council of Fenton of Kossuth County. low.r will meet August 1. 1966, at 7:30 P.M.. at Council Room. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditure* for the year beginning January 1. 1667. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be 'available at the hearing. Paul W. Elgler Town—City Clerk c»i s !"§* 9 «§ . 5 wc^ * !»< General 2,618 Street 2,133 Public Safety 3.462 Sanitation 2,378 Recreation 753 Utilities 17.151 Debt Service 174 Trust and Agency 512 TOTALS 29.201 Taxable valuation Taxable valuation, Moneys and credit 1 2 Expenditures For Year 1964 1.777 9,376 2,751 1,903 1,382 7,161 3,405 300 28,155 ncwii agrlcultu s (1965) 1965 1,573 8,423 2,932 1,116 436 9.364 3,337 304 27,487 3 Proposed Expenditures ' Estimated 1967 2,500 7.500 4.600 3,000 2,000 8,000 3.300 600 31,500 4 Estimated Unencumbered • Balance to '. Reduce Levy Jan. 1. 1967 500 200 700 3 Estimated Income Other Than Taxation 1967 500 3.000 900 8,000 12.400 ral lands (1965) 6 Amount • Necessary to ! be raised by • Taxation 1967 2.00(1 4,500 3.700 3,000 1,500 3.300 400 18,400 $745,253 $ 14.3&7 S26C.U1C (FROST PROOF) The Ritchie Combination Waterer Fully Insulottd With 1" Fiberglas Atrocer Insulation Heater WaH«f«. 717 FOR CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP "The Best For Your Money .. To Make You Money" McFall Plumbing - Heating - Appliance In Ffi«ndly Ftnton Fenton Woman To Teach At Estherville J.C. FENTON - Mrs. Georga Anne Voigt has returned home after attending summer school at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. August 1 she will begin teaching at Estherville Junior College where she will supervise the on-the-job-training program. Mary Hays, Dallas Center, also attended summer school at the University with Mrs. Voigt. Miss Hays, a former Algona teacher, will teach physical education in the Cedar Rapids high schools this fall. The past two years she was in the Peace Corps in Pakistan. 1 t 3 4 Expenditures For Year I h, General Total— General Fund ii -58" — « $300.37; 300.373 Schoolhouse Fund Bond* tt Interest 44.187 TOTAL— All Purposes $344.560 i i -•38" 343.167 343.167 37.737 380.904 Proposed Expenditures Estimated 1968-1967 380.16* 380.16C 33.890 414.050 Estimated Unencumbered Balance to Apply Upon This Budget S Estimated Income Other Than Taxation 62.670 62,670 62,670 6 Amount Necessary to be raised by Taxation 317.490 317,490 33,890 351,380 T»bU No. I DUIrlbulten el Q«n«nl Fund Expand 11 u rtt Expenditures For Year 1964-1963 1969-1966 Ex pan ding Tokyo, meaning "Knstern Capital," is an apprprlate name for the world's largest city. The metropolis already has 10,500,000 residents and the population Is rising at a rapid pace. Cord of Thanks My sincere thanks to my friends and relatives for the many cards, flowers and gifts I received while I was In the Holy Family hospital InEsthcr- ville. I greatly appreciate your many kindnesses. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. (55*) Administration Instruction Other Education Cost Transportation Fixed Charges Operation & Malnt. Other Sch Services Community Services Capital Outlay Transfer Title I Total Same as General Fund above IS .521 173.870 1,592 33.164 17.841 37.717 9,373 1.436 9.840 300.373 16.837 201,4S9 1.614 28.655 21.542 44.782 9.172 1.445 17.538 59 343.167 Proposed Expenditures 1966-1967 18,390 222.719 1.720 29.125 23711 38.285 9.710 2.280 11.000 20.720 377,160 T.bU No. 2 Distribution of Otntf»l Fund R»c»lpU Other Thin Taxation Receipts Other Than Taxation 1964-1963 1965-1966 General State Aid 16.409 27.2R5 Transportation Stale Aid 7.992 7.614 Special Education Aid 190 Federal Aid 445 23.743 Semi-Annual Apport'mt 1.416 1.191 Tuition 9.531 9.729 Transportation 1.033 987 Other Receipts 12.624 11.917 TOTALS 49.730 82.446 Estimated Receipts 1966-1967 22.600 7,450 22,020 1.200 9.400 62.670 Sec rotary'i balance July 1, 1906. GENERAL FUND J136.82450 Less Balance Reserved , 1.1fiBH,ai. SCHOOLHOUSE FUND 27.997.14 Est. tax per 11.000.00 axse»ed value - 37.30 Taxable valuation. 1965 9.418.763 Moneys and Credits. 1965 417,532 NUMBER OF PERSONS OK SCHOOL AGE 720 X State Avcr.iec 166.30 — 5335.800 BENEFITS WITH FELCO BULK PLOW-DOWN FERTILIZER Your fall plowing can do double duty if you add Felco Bulk Blend fertilizer to your fall plowing program. Felco's Bulk Blend gives you the advantage of fertilizer tailor-made for your soil requirements. When you use Bulk Blend you also eliminate the bags, bag handling or fillers which add cost to your fertilizer program. Fall plowing and Felco fertilization lets you take advantage of lower off- season costs and ideal field conditions. The nitrogen in Felco Bulk Blend fertilizers goes right to work stimulating the bacteria which break down stubble, stalks and other plant materials into plant nutrients for next year's crop. Applying this fertilizer in the fall gives more time for the nitrogen to work. This means more nutrients available for your crop all year long. Fall plowing also mixes the fertilizer and crop residues evenly throughout the soil wherever hungry roots from that new crop may grow. As your farmer owned Felco Cooperative, let us help you get double benefits from your fall plowing with one of the fine Felco fertilizer products. FENTON Co-Op Elevator F«nton, Iowa COMING TO FENTON SUNDAY JULY 24 RIDES OPEN AT 7 P.M. SHOW BEGINS AT 8:30 P.M. I Concessions I 10 Variety Acts I FREE Wild Animal I Exhibit I Side Shows I Kiddie Rides Ferris Wheel, Merry-Go-Roynd, Train CIRCUS ACTS IN BIG TENT ••••••••••••••*• •••••• ADMISSION - RicUi ISc - Tickets in advance lOe SHOW - Adults 9Qc, Gate - 80c, purchased early Children 50c, Gate - 40e purchased early Sppniortd by Fenton Community Club Members Selling Reduced Price Ticket!

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