Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 17
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Around Algona by ONI6TA O.DKIKSEN Mr* Mitt Strtit entertained her Birthday club at a luncheon yesterday honoring the birthday of Mrs Howard French. Mrs L, W. K«ith fell it her home Wednesday morning, stumbling over the leg of her ironing board, and suffered a broken hip. The fracture was pinned late that afternoon at St. Ann and she is doing very well, being able to get into a wheel chair as early as Monday. Mr* C. H. Simpson was dis- charged Thursday from St. Ann where she had spent five days receiving treatment for bron* chial asthma. Mr and Mrs Paul Strand of Grangeville, Ida., who had been guests of her sister, Mrs Celia Deal, left Thursday of last week for Arizona where they will spend the rest of the winter. They had also visited sisters at Graettinger and Ayrshire and a brother at Marshalltown Soldiers' Home. Mrs Strand is the former Gladys Morlan who , REPORT or CONDITION of EXCHANGE STATE BANK of Westey, IB MIC State of low* •» the clou of bydiwn on Die. II, W«. once Uiught school in this area. Guests it the John Thompson home over New Year's weekend were Mrs Thompson's sister and Her husband, Mr and Mrs Paul Blonie, of Seneca, 111. Mr* Harry Potter is still at Minneapolis with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Campbell, with whom she has been staying for some time. Mr Campbell has been in very poor health but the couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 27th though the date was 25th. their four children Three of live near them, one daughter is in Dakota. Mrs Campbell is the former Nelle Hodges and well remembered by older Algonians. Deer feed for stag night by St. Joe KC's Christmas party. Each member brought a 50c gift for her secret sister. The secret sisters were revealed when the gifts were passed out. Each trying to guess before hand who her secret sister was, many guessing correctly. The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 2, ... »> . . . , - , in the home of Mrs. Lcita St. Joe — Knights of Colum- ,, hclps M tllis Ume , mmtlis to bus met Wednesday evening in scrvo next year will be drawn, the club rooms with grand Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jandl and 1. Cosh, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection 230,109.41 2. United States Government obligations'.'dTrecf "and" "guaranteed298'6lo'00 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions . 11263330 . Loans and discounts (including $231.36 overdrafts) " 835'769' . Bank premises owned $1.00, furniture and fixtures $13,317^2 131318. 6 7 11. Other assets 12. TOTAL ASSETS 1,490,503.31 71 42 62.47 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. 957,883.48 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 281 544.02 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postVl"savings) l',04o!oO 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 85,064.75 18. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 40023 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ."$T,325,Y3Y.48 (a) Total demand deposits $1,044,388.46 (b) Total time and savings deposits $ 281,544.02 23. Other liabilities _ Mrs Harvey Steven was released Monday from St. Ann but will remain in bed for a time at her home. She has been having a great deal of trouble with her back but is now resting easier. 140.00 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES 1,326,072.48 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Copital: (a) Common stock, total par value $30,000.00 30,000.00 26. Surplus • 90.UUO.OO 27. Unaivided profits 4t,430.83 Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson left early Wednesday morning of last week for California and were accompanied by Tom Dailey. The Johnsons are visiting their daughter Fern and her husband, Mr and Mrs Jim Haynes, at Glendora. They have been there previously but this s the first time they've driven tieir own car to the Coast and hey expect to remain at..least ix weeks. Tom will, mean- ime, visit his daughter at Alamo, and a sister, Margaret, at Ycaipa. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Victor Lucchesi of Chicago announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Adrienne, to Thomas W. Garry, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Garry of Bancroft. The wedding will take place at St. Michael's Catholic church, Chicago, III., on Feb. 27. knight John tl. Capesius presiding. In charge of the lunch were Paul Erpelding, Marvin Reding, Ed McGuire, Milford Plathe and Art Kohlhaas. The council is having a stag guest night Jan. 21 with a deer feed preceding a social evening. Each member is to brftig a relative or friend. Kitchen committee for the deer feed arc Al Lencrtz, Francis Er- pclding, Norbert Fridcrs, Damian Centgraf, Sylvester Wagner and Howard Bormann. Refreshment committee is Thomas Bormann, Bernard Strcit, William Erpelding, E. M. Gales, John Capesius and Anton Becker. Ladies night is scheduled for February. 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 164,430.83 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,490,503,31 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other pur. poses (including notes and bills rediscountcd and securities sold with agreemoiir to repurchase 100,000.00 32. (a) Loans as snown above are otter deduction of valuation reserves ot -- 14,124.51 We L. H. Klein and D. L. Klein of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report ot condition is true and correct, to tne best ot our knowledge and belief. L. H. Klein (President) D. L. Klein (Cashier) Correct-—Attest: Lael T. Root J. W. Goetz ) ben U b.uuer Herman bode ) Directors. L. ri. Klein D. L. Klein ) (SEAL) Stole of Iowa, County ot Kossuth, ss: Sworn to and suoscribed Before me this 12th day of January, 1965, and I hereby certify that I am not an ottictr or airector of this bank. My commission expires July 4, 1966 Notary Public. Audrey K. Hilbert, Repor Mrs Sarah Kramer and daugh- er drove Saturday from Cedar lapids to visit their cousin, Mrs Harry McMurray, who is still a >atient at St. Ann hospital tho continuing to improve in str- are for the new baby and mother, released from the hospital Saturday. The smaller twin boy s expected to be released when lie reaches 5 pounds. Modern Mixers had husbands ALGONA (low*) ADVANCE-* THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1*6$ at a party Tuesday at Robert Burt's. Cards were played at five tables. family of Hulchinson, Minn., came down the Monday after Christmas to spend the day in the parental Tony Jandl home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl and Gene Jandl were New Years dinner guests in the Clarence Dicrs home in Bancroft. Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mrs. Hugh Williams and Mrs. Tony Jandl attended the VFW Sewing meeting in the home of Mrs. Bruce QUARTERLY FJNANCIAl IfAttMtNT ANb SUMMARY Of PROCH6IN6S School District Algona Township Cresco County Kossuth I do hereby certify that this report is a true ond correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for the quarter ending December 31, 1964. Vaughn K. Rising Secretary. FINANCIAL STATEMENT SCHOOLHOUSE FUND Balance from Previous Quarter - $40,210.75 Total Receipts for Quarter - 25,700.00 Total to Account for ______ - -------- . Total Warrants Drown During Quarter Plus Transfers — Investments ------- Graham. The person lliverdale Rustlers meeting is postponed to Jan. 23. Hubert O'Brien and Albert Thilgcs returned Thursday from St. Ann hospital where they had been patients. Mr. O'Brien was there a month and Mr. Thilges a week. The with cousins the James Beckers, Bancroft. Seger; Sr. Warden, Dr. Leroy Strohman; Jr. Warden, Maynard Miller; Treas., Fred Geigel; Sec., Max Miller; Chaplain, Rev. Frank Harcey; Sr. Deacon, Paul Newsome; Jr. Deacon, Ray Cunningham; Sr. Steward, James Modrell; Jr. Steward, Lyle Steele; Tyler, Frank Saiter. A past master's jewel was presented to out going Master Gordon Schmidt by Glenn Seger. Mr Schmidt also received a lapel pin from Dale Heeron which Max Miller presented. And Mr Seger received from Mr Schmidt | Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel the Master's pin which is to be were New Years Day dinner who expects much from himself and little from others, has fewer disappointments." Alex Lee, 61 of West Bend, dies Jan. 9 Balance al End of Quarter 3 lus Investments - GENERAL FUND Balance from Previous Quarter . ... $43,572.57 Total Receipts for Quarter 288,807,64 Plus Transfers — Investments Relurned - 60,000.00 Tolal to Account for - EXPENDITURES coulnr Salaries Paid for Quarter .. - $163,726.21 (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued — amount 32,739.68 80,000.00 $65,910.75 55,253.75 5,507.1 4 5,14986 $40,507.14 $392,380.21 Plus Transfers Investments Tol.il Expenditures Balance at End of Quarter Plus Investment West Bend — Alex Lee, 61, Redings were Sun- rural mail carrier here for LIST OF WARRANTS (except salaries) SCHOOLHOUSE FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid For Wh,it Soaunty State Bank — High School Clearing Account - -TOTAL .. $276,465.39 $1 15,914.32 $115.000.00 Amount 55,253.75 5,507.14 GENERAL FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What Portland Mrs Victor Fitch Advance Publishing Co. a 1 Algonn Electric Co. .number of years, died Saturday, .,- , „,„ . . „ ... ,. , .. , , Alqono Insurance .. 3 ^..-, -Jan. 9, at the Mercy hospital at Algona Municipal utilities ._ Ft. Dodge where he had been a Alg ° n ° Plumhina ond Hcat patient since Dec. 30. Funeral services for him were held Tuesday afternoon at the ing American Art Clay Co. - — American Library Association James Andersen ..... ----Mrs. Nels Anderson ength. They Sunday. returned home t of the Condition of the Lone Rock Bank LONE ROCK, IOWA At the close of business December 31, 1964 ASSETS Cash & balances with other banks $ 21,317.95 U. t>. government obligations direct & guaranteed 482,385.63 Obligations oi political subdivisions 106,291.40 Loans & discounts (including $1,264.95 overdrafts) 1,011,277.81 Bank premises owned . 9,000.00 Furniture & fixtures 1,150.00 Total Assets $1,633,422.79 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships & political subdivisions $1,044,903.27 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships & political subdivisions 538,519.52 Capital 30,000.00 Surplus 20,000.00 Total Liabilities 1.$ 1,633,422.79 GENERAL BANKING AND INSURANCE SERVING THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1899 Angus L. Cotton, President Kenneth W. Jackson, Vice President Kenneth K. Jones, Cashier Lucille Seegebarth, Assistant Cashier Dennis Heerdt, Teller Hear the Tops in Pops ON THE SUNDAY SWING CLUB. Swim Alone with Uncle Miln Ewy S««W AftenioM Iron 3;W • 4:30. Uric For ThoN Who TMnk Young. The SUNDAY SWING CLUB Mrs Sid Spear arrived at Mason City by train Saturday afternoon and was met there by her daughters and grandchildren. She had been in California since late October when she was called to Claremont by the death of her son-in-law, Wayne Riddle. His widow and 13-year-old son continue to live with Wayne's parents, the Jess Riddles, who on Dec. 27th celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs Spear remained then to attend the Rose Parade at Pasadena before coming home. worn during his year in office. Wayne and Kyle Keith accompanied by Stanley Keith, Pocahontas, drove to Whitewater, Wise, on Sunday to attend funeral services Monday for Fernley Zuill, a cousin of their late father, L. W. Keith, then home that evening. ... ,,~,. ^~«.« j „ ~. ,. a j Qor i guests in the home of Mrs. Ga-, 1 , Bureau of Audio.Visual In- spoo at webb in 1933 and she^^r, •£;-color":::::::: 130:2. Mr and Mrs Arnie Nicholas and family, Wayne, Nebr., visited local relatives during the holidays and had supper one evening with Mrs Nicholas's grandmother, Mrs Rose Sabin. Arnie is Wayne. a college student at At the luncheon meeting of WSCS last Thursday two district officers from Burt were present: Mrs Walter Campney, vice president of the Spencer district, and Dean Andrews, scc'y Supply Work, and both spoke briefly. Three other members of the, executive board ;had planned to be 'here~'4)ut cancelled comirt'y- because of the dense fog. Presbyterian Church at West Baker' and Taylor Company Bend.' Rev. Claire McNecl offi-.^Bartic.^----------- ciated and burial was in the Ray Biisborough Exii'l, Cemetery. \ g^ kSO n B1liC ,nsu™Tc P e a A V gency' '. I Mr. Lee had not been well for gomgaors . ., . ,, . , Bowman Brothers tllC past year. He Was born aild.Joe Bradley Equipment Co. Adair and Served as a Brodhead-Garrett.. Company. - lena Zwiefel in Titonka. i ™ -al mail carrier for 40 years, i «£«»" Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huisman ' *"%, at . Greenfield and since Bureau of of Richland Center, Wis. were, 19 ??- at West Bend - , „ .. ^no^calUsch-::::":" callers Saturday at the Earl was married to Pauline ,carioton Stewart MUSIC com- Zwiefel home. MiSS Sharon Carroll WHO IS --•;-• ™ T " "jr ~cl~ ]~ r r n ',r\hr^ Chambe^ of 'Commerce of the teaching at Albert Lea and Bil-i H . dirv Jea "°' Sheldon, Uiiee y. s ... . »t."T*r« r\nri fn.rt M^»^i^ n <.,r. Childrens book Council, Inc. Chrischilles Store Collicr-MacMillan Co. Russ Cook j Cook's Welders Supply, Inc. ! Cowan Corporation Glen D. Culbertson Culligan Soft Water Service . Dale Publishing Co. Davis Publications, Inc. Robert Deal -| Dean's Decker Athletic Supply Co. .. I Decker Brothers, Inc. Mrs. Edna Johannesen return- l g° mc ° De |; 1 > ari ' 5upplios - — Harry Ireland __ P. R. Irons Amount Jack's O.K. Tire Service .-51.77 Johnson Service Co. _ 93.01 Adolph Knobloch 16.09 Ira Kohl 141,00 Kossuth Co. Agricultural Assn. 2,968.21 Kossuth Motor Co. 886.53 Kossuth Oil Company 223.41 Krafft Music Co. I Donald H. Kramer 10.00 ' Mrs. James Kunkel 14.56 Lab-Aids, Inc. 8.40 Laidlaw Brothers 91.22 Otto B. Laing 360.00 Lang Distributing Co. 2.25 Langan Paper Company 10.50 . Lotto's Business Systems, Inc. 724.831 .-- --707.41 J. S. Latta and Son 5.16 Library of Congress 6.75 Lincoln Yearbook Co. 24.88 Lloyd-Thomas Co. 18.00 310.34 5.48 7.50 1.88 37.45 271.42 Tari-nll wlin is SUrVlVCS 3S dOCS One sister, MI'S. Glenn Chally Carroll who is y Je£m of shel(loni V .-- r h ,m hnr of < nieces and two nephews. Mr and Mrs E. L. Wolcott drove to Fairfield Sunday to visit the letter's sister and her husband, the John Waggamans, and Mrs Wheeler, mother of the women who lives with them. From there they went to Davenport to visit Mrs Wolcott's son and family and plan to return to Algona tomorrow. Mr Wolcott retired on Jan. 1, and the DX filling station he has operated downtown is now in charge of Glen Rike who has worked there for some time. The Wolcotts are planning an extended winter trip and will probably be leaving before the end of this month. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel re cently received news of the transfer of the Rev. Robert Conklin, former Algona boy, to a new pastorate. Son of George Conklin and the late Mrs Ruth Conklin. Robert is a graduate of Dubuque University and Theological Seminary. During his college days he served several pastor t ates in the Dubuque area and upon graduation accepted a call to the Presbyterian church 'at Belfield, N. D. He has now transferred to a church at Wai- halla, N. D., a county saat town lie Carroll who has been ing college at Ames, were home to spend the Christmas holidays with their mother, Mrs. Hazel Carroll. Mr. Adrian Wilson of Maryville, Mo., was a guest in the Earl Zwiefel home the past weekend. A family gathering was held at the Bernard Phelps home §unday afternoon, in honor of andr Mrsv Paul HalVerson Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft . 5.00 1.50 6.50 86.10 4.71 90.00 61.56 263.09 10.50 56.55 18.25 9.90 C. H. McGuiness Co. Moplewood Bookbindcry Clyde Mease, Sec. Metropolitan Supply Edgar M. Meyer Modern Business Equipment $60,760.89 UJ8 29.39 10.50 7.54 15.75 17.30 970.50 549.73 1,762.11 829.62 175.00 14.69 4.48 2.30 100.00 3.80 27.33 36.15 116.47 2.22 26.13 325.00 50.00 235.20 50.00 1,531.69 35.38 Co. Marc Moore National Inc. Audio-Visual Assn., Notional Council of Teachers of English National Education Association Now York Graphic Society, Inc. Fritz Nielsen North Central Public Sarvice Co. Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. O'Brien Trucking Service --Mrs. Mary Olson ---------Panama Carbon Co. -------[Wayne Patterson Percival Motors ed Tuesday after a week with Dictaphone corporation I 6 ,?-, 0 , . " . _ . r\',m^•^nF^I £.nrillr-ts f^e\ I XV.JA 96.50 13.00 556. 42 I Petty Cash ... 338.70 49.45 51.00 her daughter, the Joseph Kug- .gp™"°8ii Directory Service Co. isnkis . of Seattle, Wash. Mr. HaTversofH n the Beach He is ' Pratt Electric Construction Co. Prentice-Hall, Inc. Quincy Specialties Co. Paul Richardson Vaughn K. Rising Nat Robbins elementary teaching in the school. Mrs. Johannesen made the trip by plane. Frances Eason Ralph Elberl Faraway Stores Manuel Fcblos Fidelity File Box, Inc. Mrs. Clarence Menz' spent a I F' lm , Re " f ° ls ., Hi ' Finn s Baker Menzes, Swishor, and is a nephew of Mrs. Phelps and has been visiting relatives here during the holidays. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Les- tfer Hacker and Minnie Sperring' we ~e~k~at their""son",' the Larry '' Foltc' F^muuro'co:"::::". 214:75 of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schweppee and girls of Vincent; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hubbell, of Mallard; Faeth Walton of Rolfe; Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and family of Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Halverson and family of Forest City; Mrs. Willis Brackey and children of Thompson, Mrs. Cecelia Jacobson, Louise Jacobson and Myrtle Miller of Forest City. Vincent Govern and Mr. and 129.34 199.60 9.85 . ._. Ron and Jack's, Inc. 8.39 ' Lowell Samp 18.20 School Library Journal 96.60 School Lunch Program 9.66 School Playthings, Inc. 80.00 Mary Schwabauer 17.60 17.00 22.40 Science Research Associates, Inc. in the eastern part of the state Mrs - Lawrence Govern were din ner guests Thursday in the Earl and near the Canadian border. The Conklins have two daughters. While a student at Algona high, Bob was on the first wrestling squad and also played football. His father, a former rail- Zwiefel home. The Four Corner Social club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Flossie Bartlett, Roll call was the Legal Notices IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN LIGHT, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8606 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: Adolfo Franco . _ . Frederick Hardware Stores .. Gambles George's Body Shop John Gilmorc Ginn and Co. Golden Records Joyce Graham Great Western Laboratories, Inc. Greenberg Auto Supply Hanson-Bennett, Inc. Magazine Agency Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. Harper and Row, Publishers .. Hedrick Brothers 759.70 Lelah Henderson 22.12 High School Clearing Account - 80,000.00 Scott, Foresman, and Co. .. Mr. L. H. Seaver, Director .. 9. 10 'Silver Burdott Co. -------100.61 I Simon and Schuster, Inc. .. 2.39 i Singer Company ---------27.00 . Siogrcn's Grocery ---------74. 20 I Mrs. Miles Sloniker ........ 15.87 Kathryn Sorensen --------17.31 I South-Western Publishing Co. 246.00 Spencer Grocer Company ---! Stansi Scientific Co. -----39.95 Fern Stanton _____________ 3.50;Julian S. Steen -----------Ijohn H. Stephens - ..... -3.50 , Leo Steven --------- ..... • ( Keith Strayer ....... ----31 .49 ! Superintendent of Documents 64.23 You are hereby notified that on tHe Hilton's Super Service 21st day of December, 1964, the last will Hobart Sales and Services .. and testament of the above named de- J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., Inc. . ------ ..... Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc .............. -----Taylor Motor Company ------ Thermogos Company of gona Al- Honsburch Rexall Drug Store Hood's Super Value Store . Huntingdon Laboratories, Inc. Hutzcll's Office and School Supplies Mrs L. J. Malueg has written from Homewood, 111., that she can now sit up for an hour at a time in a wheel chair and is slowly gaining strength. She was released from the hospital on Dec. 24 to the home of her daughter Ruth but is looking forward to coming home in a month or so. THE STATION THAT K||PS YOU iNTi»TAINiD Local friends of Vasta Weaver-Menzel of Houghton, Mich., vill be interested to learn that she is sailing early next week from New York City on a trip around the world which will take 'our months. She is going on he S. S. Flying Endeavor, a luxury freighter of the American Export Co., and has engaged one of the four single cabins available. There will be only 12 passengers. They will cross the Atlantic, by-pass Europe, go through the Suez Canal and across the Indian Ocean to Singapore, then to Hong Kong and Japan, cross the Pacific to San Francisco, then south and east through the Panama Canal and back to New York via the West Indies. There are 20 scheduled stops of two to four days each at various ports, but passengers may live on board throughout the entire trip. A son, the first child, was born last week to Mr and Mrs Les Foxhoven. He has been named Craig Steven, weighed 7 b. 2 oz., and is the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Les Ken- r-on. Great-grandparents are the Albert Granzows. Hazel Carroll, Marieta Zwiefel, way mail clerk, has now retired I paying of du f • Twelve members but" continues to live at Jamestown, N. D. , Mrs A. B. Schenck had major surgery at Park hospital in Mason City last Thursday and hopes to be released this weekend. Emily Larsen, Janice Moore, Velma . Nelson, Wyona Harms, Vera Fitch, lola Bartlett, Leona Haase, Agnes Stewart, and Flossie Bartlett. Mrs. Bill Spiecher, Mrs. Minnie Larsen and Mrs. Fred Jennings, all of Titonka, were guests. It was voted that Address the club meet every month of the coming year, with June the picnic month and December the Industrial Press ........ — International Film Bureau, Inc cedent, bearing dole the 23rd day of June, 1959, was admitted to probate in the above named court nd that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requasted to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six i months from the second publication of ; Iowa High Scool this notice (unless otherwise allowed or j League ..-paid) such claim shall thereafter be fore-1 Iowa Parcel Service ever barred. ' '- "•••-'•- c —' Dated this 5lh day of January, 1965. J. H. Andreasen Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said Executor ........ _______ ..... la. Employment Security Commission --------------la. High School Coaches Directory Forensic Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 14th day of January, 1965. Published in the Algona Kosbuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 7 and 14, 1965. ------la. Public Employees Retirement -----------------Iowa State University -----Iowa Testing Programs ------ 3.CO 4.08 221.45 732.56 4.95 18.35 40.46 13.05 48.24 2,742.18 _ Viking Oil Company 3.00 John Vint O. G. Waffle Book Company 54.00 J. Weston Walch 4.50 Mrs. Russ Waller Kathie Weber 2,608.96 H. W. Wilson Co. 163'.20 GRAND TOTAL $112,739.68 Thompson Distributing Co. Tom's Radio and Television _ Mrs. Thelmo Tschetter Charles B. Ullom United Building Center United Scientific Company . U. S. Government Post Offic3 University of Nebraska Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. Utt Electric Service Herman Voudt Charles R. Veach 5.00 38.50 6.00 12.25 17.35 33.56 16.80 2,476.66 578.71 52.00 12.50 18.43 26.04 68.89 259.11 492.67 5.4B 5.00 6.00 42.00 3.10 75.93 5.25 5.00 17.63 11.85 18.20 40.00 165.08 8.10 39.50 7.00 4.68 19.35 8.40 9.45 .50 6.00 27.32 8.40 66.00 26.04 15.00 15.00 8.60 3.75 242.67 10.09 1.81 3.90 825.00 18.90 127.99 55.00 242.90 76.00 62.79 415.02 3.00 12.90 3.09 18.90 756.16 3.15 8.40 9.45 9.35 I Vaughn K.~~Rising, 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 pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending December 31, 1964. H Vaughn K. Rising Sscretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of January A. D. 1965. Lora Seger Notary. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 14, 1965. Stewart McF«dd«n seryfd ? 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