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Pioneer Home news Local New land Mrs. Henry Vellinga of Orange City will {their 60th wedding anniversary on Saturday 19, with an open house and reception from at the Town Hall. Hosts will be the couples' land Mrs. Al Mouw from California, Mr. and Vander Stoep from Orange City, Mr. and rion Korver from Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. inga from Orange City, Mr. atyl Mrs. Rlinga from Sioux City, Mrs. Wllma Klopfen- Orange City, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vellinga Ifshalltown, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert from State Center, Iowa. The couple have Bchildren and 10 great grandchildren. They Bo gifts please. le will be a short program at 2:30. iblic \enu bruary 18 or ham lips |celery, pickles Ices ars flee, milk bruary 21 fclaw i slice Is, milk ebruary 22 ptatoes hed steaks t idding with cherry I ,--•• -f c~.-,';:rff.-^^ 6s, milk [February 23 eans rolls Mad fiebruary 24 Ctatoes pped fish Itar sauce Sharon Note boom engaged to Ivan Van Marel Mr. and Mrs. Peter Noteboom of Corsica, South Dakota announce the engagement of their daughter Sharon to Ivan Van Marel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Van Marel of Orange City. Sharon is a graduate of Northwestern College and is - ! at%r£s 1 e'ntteachihg v at l Spencer, Iowa., Ivan, graduated from Nettleton College at Sioux Falls in 1971. He is employed at Evangel Aircraft. A June wedding is being planned. Judy Engeltjes engaged to Wm. Vlietstra, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engeltjes of Paulllna are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy to William H. Vlietstra Jr. of Woodstock, Minn, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Vliet- ' stra Sr. of Orange City. Miss Engeltjes is a senior at Northwestern College and her fiance is presently egaged in farming near Woodstock. A spring wedding is being planned. 52nd anniversary on Valentine's Day On Monday evening, Feb. 14 Valentine's Day, a family get together was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Van Gorp at Sioux Center in honor of the 52nd anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Gorp. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muilenburg, Mr. and Mrs. John Slander, Mrs. Anthony Muilenburg, Mrs. James Van Gorp, Mrs. •Arta Van Gorp, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Muilenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Muilenburg, Mrs. Eunice Oolman, Mr. and Nelson Muilenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Van Gorp, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Gorp, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dale Van Gorp, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bos, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Gorp from Montevideo, Minn, could not attend. Also, Mr. Anthony Muilenburg and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Van't Hof were not present on account of illness. Cousins party for 40th anniversary The American Legion Auxiliary brought favors for the residents of the home In observance of Valentines Day. Thank you ladles. The Senior Citizens met In the home on Monday. Mrs. Merle Vande Brake and Mrs. Robert Bonnecroy accompanied by Mrs. Mabel De Haan furnished the special music. Mr. Kobes showed slides of the Netherlands and gave a reading entitled "The Last Word." Mrs. John Hoekstra and Mrs. John Landhuis from Boyden spent Tuesday with Mrs. Sarah Van Zee and Mrs. Allle Lubbers. Mrs. Pete Loenhorst and daughter Linda from California and Mrs. Bill Korver from Maurice visited with Abe Van Peursem and Mr. and Mrs. E. Reinders on Tuesday. Dr. andMrs.DuanePeuse from Holstein visited Mr. Abe Van Peursem on Sunday. Gerrit De Vries visited Otto De Jong in Maurice on Thursday, the Alfred De Vries family at Maurice on Saturday and Harold De Vries family at Hull Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kate Ver Doom was transferred to the Pleasant Acres Nursing Home at Hull Thursday. Shower held for Carol DeLeeuw Miss Carol De Leeuw was honored at a bridal shower Wednesday evening at the Robert Vande Hoef home. Mrs. Dave Van Wechel and Mrs. Robert Vande Hoef were hostesses. Guests included Mrs. Bill De Leeuw, Mrs. Don Ad- klns, Mrs. Ellis De Bruin, Mrs. Delbert Wiersma, Mrs. Ray Schruer,Mrs. Gary Wiersma, Mrs. Ralph Van Zyl, Mrs. Leo Stewart, Mrs. Bill Anker, Mrs. Marion Menning and Marilyn, Mrs. Jack Van Es and Jacelyn, Mrs. Clarence Van Heukelom.Mrs. Guy Van Zyl, Mrs. Jake Vande Hoef, the Misses Peggy and De Ann Vande Hoef and Terrl Van Wechel. Unable to attend were Mrs. JedNibbelink, Mrs. Herman Vander Maten, Mrs. Harold Mennlng and Mrs. Duane Gutcher. Mr. and Mrs. Cornle Bonnes ffbm Sanborn and Mr. Stanley Lammers from Sioux Center were Mrs. Wm. Westra's visitors. Tuesday Mrs. Wm. Westra and Miss Dora Dykstra accompanied Mrs. H. Vande Weide to visit Mrs. H. De Vries at Sioux Center. Mrs. Minnie Hulsman met with relatives in the G. Hult- Ink home Tuesday afternoon In observance of their 62nd wedding anniversary. Mrs. Minnie Steuvens from Matlock called on Miss Martha Meyer Monday afternoon. Mr. Otto Mouws visitors were Mr. and Mrs. JohnBalt- huizen, Mr. Gene Den Hartog, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mouw from Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pals from Slayton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt from Maurice called on Mrs. Blanch Bouwmeester. Mrs. Jim Heynen and Mrs. Peter Soodsma from Hull called on Mrs. Grace Engbers Saturday. Mr. Al Engbers called on his mother Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraal and Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Kraai and Kristle from Cherokee visited In the Dayton Kraal home at Newell on Sunday, Mr. Bas Muilenburg from Ireton was a Sunday afternoon caller in the Gerrit Wabeke home. Miss Becky Vermaat from Marshalltown, Iowa and Mr. Arnie Ver Maat from Mitchell, South Dakota spent the weekend visiting in the parental John Ver Maat home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Van Roekel and daughters from Sioux Center were Sunday evening after church coffee guests in the Henry Van Zandschulp home. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin French and family from Waterbury, Neb. visited in the home of Mrs. Hattie Vande Brake on Sunday. Mr, James Wassenaar flew to Denver last week to visit with Mr. Bill Gesink who is critically ill in the hospital there. His condition at this writing remains about the same. Anyone wishing to send cards may send them to Porter Memorial Hospital, 2525 South Downing, Denver, Colorado. Also going to visit with Mr. Gesink was Mr. Stan Wassenaar from Redlands, California. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morehead and daughter Tracy of Sioux City were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Top. LEGAL NOTICES City Council milk A 'cousins at ^toe '^r residence 'by Mrs. Tony Cle- eringa and Mrs. Carrie Van Horssen in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Arie Van Marel, Thursday, Febr. 10. It was a surprise party for their 40th anniversary which is February 16. Those present were: and Mrs. Arie Council Meeting January 3, 1972 !.The council met pursuant to law at 11:45 A.M. with all members being present. There being no unfinished business the council did therfore adjourn and reconvened to meet in session as a new council. Oaths of office were administered to elected and appointed officials. The first and third Thursday of each month were designated as regular meeting dates. Councilman James Woudstra was appointed as Mayor Pro- Tempore and Neal Dykhuizen as police judge. The Northwestern State Bank was named as depository for city funds The following committee chairmans were appointed: City Hall, James Woudstra; Claims & Finance, William Tolman; Public Safety Gillis Haverdink; Ordinances, Dale Hubers; Streets, Cornelius Siebersma; Sanitation, Cornelius Siebersma; Airport, Gillis Haverdink. On motion council adj-" /s/ Robert: " Clerk,^ Pa van^H ? ssen' ^. EDDIN 9 LIC ENSE S ATTEST: /s^n^E^ Schreur...Cit^Cle Gary Ronald Heerde, 21, Archer, Iowa; Marlene Kay Hoekstra, 20, Maurice, Iowa. Terry Lee Nibbelink, 20, Sioux Center, Iowa; Helen Kaye De Berg, 21, Boyden,Ia. Council Meeting January 6, 1972 Mr. Van Marel, Mr. William VanHorssen,Sr.,' Mrs. NeU De Haan, Mr. and Mrs. Bob De Haan, Mr. and Mrs. Orville De Jong, Mr. Adrian Schalekamp, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cleveringa, Mr. and Mrs. Garrle Van Horssen. Games were played and a two course lunch was served. Vander Griend r 85th birthday Guests in the home hter, Mrs. Steve | on Saturday after- pip her' celebrate Rose Hofmeyer, Zwagerman and Zwagerman all ers and Mr. and fander Griend from ests in the Van i on Monday (Observance of her pre Mr. and Mrs. 1 Griend from Ha, and Mrs. Adolph pm Hull and Mr. i Vande Griend ' City. 'Irs. Gerrit Rein. Lou J. Wielen- Mr. and Mrs. prs in Sheldon ffternoon. from Need- Jila will be arriving p' the week to help " Mr, and Mrs. pgacelebrate their F sa ry. While here a houseguest of . Marlon Korver, [Mrs, Sam Westra were recent cal[ home of Mrs. Lou 1 'he home of Mrs, 1 Brake last Mon- «r, and Mrs, Del land family from Wlersema spent Fnoon visiting in 1° Mr, and Mrs. at Hospers. Mrs. August De 'RockValleywere lng callers In Mr, and Mrs. 1 Ka mp, Sr. Mrs Chester Van ADMISSIONS Orange City Mrs. Don Vander Wei, Feb. 8; Wayne Meerdink, Feb. 8; Marion Wielenga, Feb. 10; Sam Faber, Feb. 12; Granville Mrs. Al Schwarz, Feb. 8; Mrs. Christian Schuver, Feb. 13; Ken Budden, Feb. 13. MAURICE Mrs. Arie Drost, Feb. 9; HOSPERS Paul De Jong, Feb. 9 LE MARS Mrs. Don Mohning, Feb. 10; Mrs. Willie Olson, Feb. 13 MERRILL Mrs. Barbara Eye, Feb. 13. REMSEN Mrs. Erwin Tentiriger.Feb. 14. DISMISSALS ORANGE CITY Beth Sill, Feb. 8; David Van Steenwyk, Feb. 8; Mrs. Nelson Jansma, Feb. 8; William Viller, Feb. 9; Jerry Bloemendaal, Feb. 10; Mrs. Henry Aarsen, Feb. 10; Wayne Meerdink, Feb. 10; Mrs. Wynand Hegeman and baby, Feb. 11; Mrs. Don Vander Wei, Feb. 11; Marion Wielenga, Feb. 13 GRANVILLE Ed Schneider, Feb. 8 ALTON Tim Krogman, Feb. 9; Mrs. Henry Schnee, Feb. 12. HAWARDEN Betty Timmons, Feb. 9 LE MARS Karen Singer, Feb. 10 HOSPERS Mrs. Joe Boender, Feb. 12; Paul De Jong, Feb. 13 IRETON Mrs. Arlan Reinking, Feb. 14 MAURICE Mrs, Arie Drost, Feb. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Anton Aberson of Alton were callers on Monday morning at the home of Mrs. Lou J. Wielenga. Mr. Gerrit Vander Broek and Myra from Maurice were Sudnay afternoon guests in the Ben Van Roekel home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Miller and boys from DesMoines were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Ed Van Tubergen. Mr. Wallace Van Roekel from Maurice was a recent caller in the home of Mrs. Jeanette Van Stryland. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Van Pelt and two daughters from Des Moines arrived on Friday and spent the weekend in the Ray Van Pelt home. Their infant daughter, Kristi, wasbapuzed at the American Reformed Church on Sunday morning. Guests in the Van Pelt home to witness the baptism were Mrs. 'Van Pelt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Endreson and family from Estherville, also Mrs. William Ver Hoef from Archer and Mrs. Robert Bornholdt and daughter Barbara from Primghar. Additional afternoon callers in the Van Pelt home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helienga and family from Lake Park. Local Nem Mr. and Mrs. Arie Bolluyt from Edgerton were guests In the Gerrit Wabeke home last Wednesday to help Mr. Wabeke celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Pietens and daughter from Iowa City will be spending the weekend visiting in family homes here in Orange City and also with the John Kalsbeek's in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. William Top left Monday by plane from Sioux Falls for Tucson, Arizona, where they will spend several weeks with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Alvln .D. Netten and family. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Van Iperen, Mr. and Mrs. John Byker, Terry and Tammy and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jiskoot from Alton attended a birthday party for Mr. Henry Van Iperen of Turin, Iowa at the Bert Iperen home at Melvin on Friday evening. ATTEST: /s/ Don E. Schreur, City Clerk 50.80 10^72 , 6.39 30.75 Payroll Account * • * •» 8HU.5? Mid-West Electric Consumers Association Inc., dues 3 *l'll Kreykes Hardware, misc. gen. exp °'°* Well's Blue Bunny, plant operation The Democrat, misc. gen. exp Iowa Public Service; gas Kalsbeek's Bros., plant operation .... Sioux Feed Co., plant operation McKesson Chemical Co., plant operation Sioux City Stationery Co., misc. gen, exp 55.08 Standard Parts Company, transportation exp 187,52 Sioux County Capital, office sup. & exp 185.63 Cherokee Bottling Co., misc. gen. exp 2.00 Revere Chemical Corp., misc. gen. exp. 61.85 Harry's Radio & TV, transportation exp 30.00 Hiltl Fastening Systems, line extension 17 2'n° Bylsma Blacksmith Shop, transportation exp 7.00 State Hygienic Lab., plant operation 18.00 Payroll Account ^ In Lu Ann Dykstra, misc. labor 90.57 Payroll Account, 2,040.40 George Kuik, misc. exp 125.00 De Jong & Haarsma, misc. gen. exp 75.00 Missouri Basin Systems Group, misc. gen. exp 15.00 Electrical Materials Co., line extension 21,124.31 Iowa Electric Supply Co., line extension & street lite ext 5,443.93 Solsma Bros., line ext 84.50 Roggen & Ford, outside services 120.00 Chicago & Northwestern Railway, inventory 583.68 Harlan De Jong, deposit refund 20.00 Postmaster, office sup. & exp 93.44 Sioux Electric Co-operative Ass'n, west branch pumping & htg 170.40 Allen Roos, Misc. gen. exp 51.25 Payroll Account 823.42 RECEIPTS JANUARY 1972 Municipal Utilities Light 73,343.67 Water 5,433.67 Water Rev. Bds 8,548.25 Sewer Rental 2,939.50 Main Sewer 100.00 Meter Deposit 8 °.°° TOTAL 90,445.09 /s/ Merlyn Kraai, Chairman ATTEST: /s/ Don E. Schreur, Secretary Municipal Utilities Municipal Utilities January 13, 1972 The Board of Trustees of the Orange City Municipal Utilities met 'in regular monthly session with all members present except Trustee Roy Vander Stoep. The minutes of the last stated and special meetings were read and approved. The monthly bills and reports were approved as presented. The services of Williams Company were retained for the annual audit. Employees were reviewed and their salaries and wages were set for 1972. A withdrawal of water objection was filed before the Natural Resources Council. On motion board adjourned. Merlyn Kraai, Chairman ATTEST: Don E. Schreur, Secretary WARRANTS ISSUED JANUARY 1972 General Government Northwestern State Bank, federal w/h 510.90 Treasurer, State of Iowa, state wA 126.31 Iowa Employment Security Commission, social security 503.04 1 Iowa 'Public. Employees Retr; Sys., IPERS . . ...338.49 The City council met in regular monthly session with all members being present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The monthly bills and reports were approved as presented. A resolution providing for the allocation of estimated revenue to the anticipated expenditures for 1972 was adopted. The services of Williams Company were retained for the annual audit. Earl Klay was appointed as City Attorney. The Fire Department roster of personnel was approved. The resignation of Larry Hoekstra was accepted. A renewal of license was Issued for the Westslde Mobile Home Park. Applications for license to collect garbage and/or refuse were Issued to Northwestern College and Bills Sanitation. On motion council adjourned. /s/ Robert M. Dunlop, Mayor Council Meeting January 20, 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Pier Wlers- rna will be leaving today (Thursday) to San Diego, California to visit with Mr. and Mrs, Frank White and son, then onto Redlands, California to visit with the Kenneth Wiersma family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wobbema at Pasadena, California and with other friends and relatives in the Los Angeles area, . Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wob- bema were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Marlon Vande Brake at Sioux Center to helpStephanle Wobbema, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Bill Wobbema celebrate her 2nd birthday, .... 9.04 . . . 16.43 . . . 15.0*6 . . . 42.23 . . . 22.75 . . . 27.12 . . . 64.13 . . . 75.08 .... 7.82 . . 107.66 . . 300.00 ... 300.00 Cornelius Siebersma, councilman's fee 300.00 Alfred Dykstra, snow removal labor . . . Donald Engeltjes, snow removal labor . . Rudolph Grienke, snow removal labor . . Peter Kruizenga, snow removal labor . . Joe Van Ommeren, relief policing . . . . Stanley Van Otterloo, snow removal labor Elmer Reinders, snow removal labor . . La Vern Wichers, snow removal labor . . Marlin Wichers, snow removal labor . . . Harry Van Wyk Jr., labor Gillis Haverdink, councilman's fee Nelson Muilenburg, councilman's fee . '. . Roy Vander Stoep, councilman's fee James Woudstra, councilman's fee . . Herman M. Brown Co., equip, rep. . . Bureau of Labor, boiler inspection . . . Central Telephone Co., phone services Coast to Coast, misc. exp. 225.00 300.00 . 4.78 . 2.00 146.41 . 5.83 fRATEP ! Mr, Irwin Franken will be returning home this week from Rochester, Minn, where he has been hospitalized followinghis truck accident. He will be home for a period of recuperation and will be returning to Rochester again later for Intensive therapy, They named the BABY and Mrs Laurence Hanno became the proud parents February 14, She tipped the scales at of a daughter 7 Ibs. 5 oz. on The city council met In regular semi-monthly session with all members present except Councilmen Gillis Haverdink and James Woudstra. The minutes of the last stated meeting were approved as presented. Resolutions were adopted awarding contracts and approving contracts and bonds relative to a municipal fire station. On motion council adjourned. /s/ Robert M. Dunlop, Mayor ATTEST: /s/ Don E. Schreur, City Clerk WARRANTS ISSUED JANUARY 1972 Municipal Utilities Water Revenue Bond Fund, transfer o'51o'« H.C. Moret, Treas., bonds & interest 8,548.25 Treasurer, State of Iowa, sales tax "JJ.ijj Iowa Dept. of Revenue, use tax ;;Hn Northwestern State Bank, federal w/h 933.20 Treasurer, State of Iowa, state w/h Iowa Employment Security Commission, social security ?77.aa Iowa Public Employees Retr. System, IPERS no* Neptune Meter Company, inventory 917.84 Bureau of Reclamation, purchased power 9,078.d<J Northwest Tel-E-Lect, transportation exp 5.79 Burmeister Electric Co., line extension 71.07 Missouri Basin Municipal Power Agency, dues & contract agency dues K *, Russell's Ready Mix, misc. gen. exp 0,44 Hach Chemical Company Inc., chemicals -„„'?„ McKesson Chemical Co., chemicals 502.40 Vogel & Van De Brake, upkeep Buildings & grds 2-2.J7 Mobile Hydraulic Services Co,, Inc., transportation exp "I'll Wigman Company, main maintenance ,,.,.« Vogel Paint & Wax Co., upkeep buildings & grds .... 28,40 Sieg Company, misc. gen. exp , 15,00 Punt-Cambier Mtr. Co,, transportation exp „?„'!, 0,C. Builders Supply, line extension Zl l' n { Kepp Construction Co., line extension 25,96 De Haan Electric Co,, Inc., misc. gen. exp 154.42 Central Telephone Co., office sup. $ exp 100,64 Ad-Visor, misc. gen, exp 68.80 Farmers Coop Oil Association, transportation exp. , 152,41 Orange City Plumbing, misc, gen, exp. & plant operation J-fJ Tolman Welding & Mfg., misc. gen, exp. .,..,.,.... 68.26 Wolbrink Electric, maintenance H«°0 A & M Laundry, Inc., misc. gen, exp. 14,14 Steg, Company, upkeep bldgs, & grds ,......,..,,. "1,28 Village Drug Store, office sup, & exp 5,22 Rodney Mulder, deposit refund , 20,00 City or Orange City, misc, gen, exp,,, , 240,00 Klay & Bastemeyer, misc. gen, exp, ,...., 180,40 Coast to Coast, misc. gen. exp ,,,,.....,.. 41.82 Neajls Shoe Store, misc. gen, exp.,..,,,,,,,.,.., 10,20 Mouw's Super Valu, misc, gen, exp 1,53 Hubers-Van Engelenhoven Ins., Insurance ,,,, 414,96 Light Fund, light & power .,., 535,05 D-X Garage & Coffee Shop, gas & rep 150.17 Robert M. Dunlop, mayor's qtr. fee & office rent . . 270.00 Harry's Radio & TV, two-way radio maint 19.75 Hubers, Van Engelenhoven, Doornink Ins. Agency, insurance 384.80 Hyman's Constr. Co., sand 58.46 Farmers Feed & Sup. Co., supplies 75.00 Farmers Mutual Coop Ass'n, supplies 16.80 Farmers Coop Oil Ass'n, gas & rep 42.94 William Faber, misc. exp 10.00 Klay & Bastemeyer, legal services 225.79 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., office supplies 43.29 Muni-Utilities, light, water, power 517.52 Neal's Shoe Store, misc. exp 8.00 Orange City Builder's Supply, bldg. maint 3.67 Orange City Plumbing, equip, rep 9.50 Orange Motor Co., car repair 100.35 Stanley Van Otterloo, Maintenance & operation .... 250.00 Rons Deep Rock, gas 10.79 Russell's Ready Mix, improvements & additions . . . 144.16 Seig Company, supplies & repairs 93.02 Sioux County Capital, adv. proc. claims & notices . . 145.46 Sioux City Towel Service, towel service 7.50 Village Drug Store, office supplies 14.42 Tolman Welding & Mfg. equip, rep 17,09 Northwestern State Bank, gas tax 48.08 Payroll Account 2,083.74 Kepp Construction Co., additions & improvements 7,505,10 Ahlers, Cooney, Dorweiler, Allbee, Haynie, legal services 150.00 Bill Shold Sales, equipment , 30.32 Burroughs Corporation, maint. agreement 25.00 Bylsma Blacksmith, equip, rep 32.50 Heiman Fire Equip, manuals -, 10,65 Iowa Public Service Co., gas 337,49 Kreykes Hardware, supplies 54 Muni-Utilities, light 3.30 Northwest Implement, equip, rep, . , , 124,57 Northwest Iowa Muni-League, dues , . 17,00 Orange City Fire Dept., calls & mtgs , 874.50 Raymond Van Pelt, relief policing , ..,,.-.,. 5,69 Punt-Cambier Mtr, Co., gas & rep 425.59 Rons Motor Sales, equip, rep, , ,.,.,,,, 1.59 Standard Parts Co,, equip, rep, ,,,,,.,,,,, 30.62 Payroll Account . .., 2,067,77 GENERAL GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS January 1972 1,997.13 2,493.89 , 493,85 1,918.63 944,32 General , , . . , Street ,., Public Safety ,.,.., Sanitation ,,,.,.,..,.,, Muni-Enterprises . , . . , , ,,,,,,,,...., v Recreation .,,,,, .,.,,.,,,, \ ., 206*63 Debt Service ,,.,,, ,.,.,,.,,,,.., 266,97 Road Use , ,.,,.,,,,.,.. 3,284.80 Liquor Profits ,,.,,..,..,..,,.... 7,214,68 Total ,,.,.,..,..,.,.,,.,,. 18,820,90 /s/ Robert M. Dunlop, Mayor ATTEST: /s/ Don E. Schreur, City Clerk Mun^UtUlties, water, Hte, sewer rental _ 58,90 THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 17, 1972—5

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