The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1967 · Page 8
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• FEB, 16 1967 i i i • PublUhed By The Upp«r D*i Malnn • I Publiihlna Co.. Alaona. Iowa • I I Publishing Co., Algono, Iowa MRS. RAY UTHOF Ntwi Editor I I 6-Alssna (lo.) Upper Dei Mo'mw 16. LEGAL NOTICES RE POST CF TKt TC^N CT FTNTCX, 7C»- 3vres: SE3;.?: :.:c 4zi'.--.2 .-:••-:.": Public S£ie::.-32iE.-i £J4.?: t^r.;-: Deb: Ssrr.rs CExisp: Utilises) Trus: 4. Apency (Exes?: Utilises) so;, so TOTAL ~ ~ RECEIPTS 1E54E.£3 1711.IT 4E55.TS =15-:.-; Ml'.S1CI?AL DISBURSE ME NTS i'w'afcs O:r.er i'frfcrcr. 1 •• -. e. r t .~. qo: -;r *^i*..^/« y t. *. \, * : General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation Debt Service (Except Utilities) Trust and Agency (Except Utilities) 10S1.36 5476.74 1155.70 22:7.3: 875.55 805.9;' 1~2.£5 54.05 3270.00 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 4455.55 3270.00 17534.52 RECONCILIATION OF MUNICIPAL FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1S65 -irough DECEMBER 31, 1956 (Doss Not Include Utilities) Warrant Issuing Oflicer's Book Balance January 1, 1966 S2S52.51 Plus : Receipts for year ending December 31, 1955 31711.25 Total to account for 34573.SO Less : Disbursements for year enoing December 31. 1955 17584.92 Depository Cash Balance, December 31,1956 S1708S.9S REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS JANUARY 1, 1965 through DECEMBER 31, 1956 (Utilities Excluded) Indebtedness Street Construction Total Redeemed Indebtedness During At Year Dec. 31. 1966 3000.00 9000.00 3000.00 9000.00 REPORT OF UTILITIES INDEBTEDNESS Indebtedness At Waterworks Utility: JDJI ' ll 1S6S Revenue 16000.00 Total 16000.00 Redeemed Indebtedness During At Year Dec. 31, 1WO 1000.00 15000.00 1000.00 15000.00 UTILITIES FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1S66 through DECEMBER 31, 1966 Waterworks Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, January 1, 1966 26238.68 Plus: Receipts lor year sniing December 31, Ys'j'. 8947.67 Total to accour.'. !cr 35186.35 Less : Expenditures i'.r yet: eiiiing December Z\, I'n5 ! . 18567.21 Warrant Issuing Officer's 5-j.i: Balance, December 31, 1S5£ Less : Investments J,eli v. December 31, Ii55 16619.14 10000.00 Depository Cash Balar.ce, Decerr.'-jer 31, 1S65 6619.14 UTILITIES FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN Or FENTON, IOWA - JANUARY 1 1966 tfcrougr. DECEMBER 31, 1566. Waterworks Receipts: Sales 7680.84 Non-operating Revenue : Property Taxes 504.52 Merchandise Sales . . . .331.50 Sales Tax Collected. .. .155.71 Interest Income 275.00 Disbursements: Plant Operation . .. Plant Maintenance . Accounting and Collection Debt Service Merchandise Sales Sales Tax to State . Transfers Out. . . . ..5082.87 ..2043.87 . . .140.75 . .1600.00 . ..484.30 . . .155.71 ...9184.71 Total Receipts 8S47.67 Total Disbursements.. .18567.21 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA YOUR DEALER FOR CULTIVATORS with "ADJUSTO-PITCH"* and "UVE-LEAr Shank Action! COVER UP TO % MORE GROUND WITH YOUR PRESENT POWER! Exclujlve "ADJUSTO-PITCH" feature with Live-Actloa thanks makes Olencoe the top performing Cultivator in any field—with sweeps or shovels, for any crop or soil. 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' Fifti, sirfe iM ssrsutli rradsrs ~*^o «"srs roisg to play solos at the contest Saturday at Masoa City, played their solos for the Baad Mothers. Plans vere made for the Pop Concert to be held March 14 aad the vocal contest to be held at Sentral, March 21. - o - The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Greinert. It was voted to send $2.50 to the Mental Health Institute at Mount Pleasant this month. mation, play, nvcciies. The prc^ra-s consisted £ Rita Liiedtks siAgiEg fc-o so:i£S, Cberyl Jensen aad Mckie Elmers nvuj a siort skit c-aUed the '•5cce}~oo2ers" asd Barnes being played by the faculty. Clovss raniblisg, cheerleaders and fcod aean a eight of fua and the cause is good - the students have been training, the alumni are feigning that the aches aad pains are all part of the game. The basketball game is March 3, 7 p. m. at Seatral School. 67 Students Of Sentral Take In Grade Festival The eleventh annual Invitational grade school Music Festival was held Saturday, Feb. 11 at Mason City. There were 67 students from Sentral participating; SC; gra,-!? i."\-; Mrs. W'irr?r>»V2«s tfio.'ifs tte ~e. an^ St>, grsie :r.strarr.fr.til r.-jsic. 75 Enjoy 4-H Family Night Of Fenton Club FENTOX - Fentoa Pro- gressors Boys 4-H Club held their annual family night at the Lone Rock Legion hall on Thursday evening, Feb. 3. Seventy-five people enjoyed a pot-luck supper •*ith Mr. aad Mrs. Kenneth Johnson as hosts. Angus Cotton, who had been contacted to show slides to the group, introduced Rodney Friebe, who showed interesting and informative slides of Viet Xam. Plans were made for the 4-H basketball teams during the business meeting. Delon Jentz also gave a talk entitled "Keeping Motors Healthy." Hosts for the March meeting will be Hank Osrwald and Ernie Wolters. Families present were the Ervin Borchardts, Hilbert Bierstedts, Roy Bierles, Darrel Dreyers, Harlan Elmers, Jack > Gerharts, Walter Jentz*, Kenneth Johnsons, Elmer Krauses, Milton Madisons, Ray Laabs', Melvin Pompes, Leonard Pompe, Ed Uthof, Derwood Voigt and Harold Wolters. Saturday evening callers at the Eldon Duncan home were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Frank Mueller home. Mr. and Mrs. RoyChrischilles were Thursday evening callers at the Jerry Weiner home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chris- chllles visited Sunday afternoon at the Ronald Chrischllles home. Members of the Falrville Ladles Aid held a Valentine party Sunday evening in the church basement. Each member brought a guest. Clifford Douglas won high prize for men, Dick Preston second high for men, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, second high prize lor women and Mrs. Walt Pertl won high prize for women. Mrs. Darrell Dreyer won travel. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and John, and Mrs. E. J. Frank spent a few days in Minneapolis at the Bob Johansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanson of Taylor Falls, Minn, joined them for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dreyer and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hall at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. David Bliss, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Werner and family of Omaha, visited at the Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Bliss home. Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Johannsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Randa and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Kab- rlck, Mr. and Mrs. Ordean KabrlcJc, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Craig. Feb. 17 Date Of Sentral Speech Event FENTON - The local speech contest will be held Feb. 17 at Sentral School. Students from Sentral will be competing In 36 events widch will Include oratorical declamation, dramatic declamation, humorous decla- prose, one-act oratory, debate, , gj*aJdrig, radio / address, story telling, play rfeading, book reviewing awl after-dinner speaking. Student* who pass the local contest will go on to com- pfete at th& district contest. The public Is lavlfed aal the admission is im. The junior and senior home economic girls entertained the faculty at a dinner Thursday evening at the Sentral School. The theme van a Valentine carnival. John Thaeter and Mrs. Jerry Hanson were picked King and Queen of the canilval. Marly s Wlchtendahl was master of cere- It's A Good Time - NOW! To Remodel.. . REMODEL YOUR KITCHEN NEED CABINET? CUPBOARDS? INTERIOR REMODELING? ADD-A-ROOM SAVEAW on all your FIX-UP ^NEEDS We welcome a chance to talk it over — work on plans and ideas NO OBLIGATIONS PROMPT AND ECONOMICAL WORK FENTON LUMBER Phone 889-2881 Fenton, Iowa SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Ftrtton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd SuncU Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenian, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Far Building • Rtmodtllng PHONE 889-2281 Nnlon, Iowa Dr, E. W. Ruske MNTIST Offlct Phen* M9-224I lUildtnct 809-2353 Fcnlen, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Doalor T-V Salti A Sorvlco Phono 189-2713 FEN =RIENDLY TON. IOWA Mrs. U-Sc\\ J Sc ^-sonA!\!family. \lv. and Mrs. Lyle Hanson and ;>.*-> v«re quests of Mrs. Ksr.scr.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Str.iley. They returned 7>.e Thursday afternoon bridge club net at the home of Mrs. Srr.fst Votteler. Mrs. Arlo Sanr.ey and Mrs. Jack Gerhart '.vere guest players. Prizes were M\-n by Mrs. Araos Finnestad, Mrs. Clarence Werner and Mrs. Jessie Xewel. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peterson and son, Minneapolis, spent last weeJ: at the Lloyd Sunde home. David and Donald Matthiesen of Chicago spent the weekend at the Home Matthiesen home. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Volgt of \Vhittemore spent Sunday evening at the Mrs. Emma Reimers home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers and family and Mrs. Wm. Elmers spent Sunday at the Frank Seeley home at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers visited Friday evening at the Bennie Berkland home. Wayne Elmers, Denison, spent the weekend at toe home of his parents, the Harold Eimers. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and family were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art K-ause for Mrs. Krause's Mrthdf.y. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and faniily, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and family. There will be a Bible study on the Book of Hebrews every Wednesday morning at 9 a. m. at the Fenton Methodist church basement during Lent. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Welsbrod spent Saturday afternoon and evening visiting their daughter, Xadine, at Sioux City. Word has been received here of the death of Richard Bell, Waterloo. Mrs. Bell is toe former Carmen Miller. The junior American History class will sponsor an exhibition of Early American antiques during toe week of Feb. 13-17. The antiques will be on display in toe history room and will be open to the public from 8 a. m. to4p. m. each day. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stuelen, Robin and Kurt, Ruthven, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Utoof and family, were Sunday evening callers at the Wm. Householder home. The Iris circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Feb. 8 at the home of Mrs. Jack Gerhart, with Mrs. Earl Crouch, co-hostess. Mrs. Jessie Newel had toe program. The circle is making quilts for World Service Relief and are in need of cotton blankets for toe middle of toe quilts, and scraps of new materials for blocks for toe top. Anyone having some of toe materials and wanting to donate them should contact either Mrs. Dale Volgt or Mrs. Jack Gerhart. Three hundred years ago, milk sold for a penny a quart, beer and cider at 2 cents per quart. """THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ptnton, tow* Experienced Imbalmeri and Funeral Directors Roflablo 24 Hour Ambulant* forvto Funeral May Be Referred To Ui With Confidence Phonoi FINTON IS9-27M RINOSTID 866.100* •66-1001 •66-1970 ARMOUR'S SLICED COLDJMEATS J P iVljj. 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