The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1967 · Page 24
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• FEB. 16 1967 • i i i* 6- -Afgona (la.) Upper Dei Moino* Thimday, Feb. 16, 1947 LEGAL NOTICES FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON IOWA JANUARY 1, 1966 through DECEMBER 31, 1966 ' MUNICIPAL RECEIPTS on,,. ££' Receipts 1071.71 1.00 634.00 4.46 General Street From County 1521.98 3530.90 Public Safety3228.65 Sanitation 3026.38 Recreation 504.52 Debt Service (Except Utilities) 3530.90 Trust & Agency (Except Utilities) 605.30 TOTAL ' RECEIPTS 15948.63 4221.42 645.36 Transfers In 9184.71 Total 2593.69 16938.03 4508.01 3030.84 504.52 3530.90 605.30 1711.17 4866.78 9184.71 MUNICIPAL DISBURSEMENTS General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation Debt Service (Except Utilities) Trust and Agency (Except Utilities) TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS Snl.irie.q & Wages 1116.00 1081.36 1189.70 876.85 192.60 Oilier 921.35 5476.74 2207.38 809.90 64.06 Principal Se Interest 31711.29 Totnl 2037.35 6558.10 3397.08 1686.75 256.71 3270.00 3270.00 378.93 378.93 4456.DO 9858.36 3270.00 17584.92 RECONCILIATION OF MUNICIPAL FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1966 through DECEMBER 31, 1966 (Does Not Includo Utilities) Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance January 1, 1966 $2962.61 Plus: Receipts for year ending December 31, 1966 31711.29 Total to account for 34673.90 Less : Disbursements for year ending December 31, 1966 17584.92 Depository Cash Balance, December 31,1966 $17088.98 REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS JANUARY 1, 1966 through DECEMBER 31, 1966 (Utilities Excluded) Indebtedness Redeemed At During Jan. 1, 1UOO Ycnr 12000.00 3000.00 12000.00 3000.00 Street Construction Total Indebtedness At Deo. 31, 1006 0000.00 9000.00 REPORT OF UTILITIES INDEBTEDNESS Waterworks Utility: Revenue Total Indebtedness At Jan. 1. 1900 ifi.poo.op 16000.00 Hedi'rmod Indebtedness During Ycui At Doc. 31, 13GO 15000.00 15000.00 UTILITIES FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 19G6 through DECEMBER 31, 1966 ,,, Waterworks Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, January 1, 1966 Plus : Receipts for year ending December 31, 1966 Total to account for : Expenditures for year ending December 31, 1966 Less 26238.68 8947.67 35186.35 18567.21 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, December 31, 1966 Less : Investments held at December 31, 1966 16619.14 10000.00 Depository Cash Balance, December 31, 1966 6619.14 UTILITIES FINANCIAL RE PORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON, IOWA - JANUARY 1, 1966 through DECEMBER 31, 1966. Waterworks Receipts : Sales 7680.94 Non-operating Revenue : Property Taxes 504.52 Merchandise Sales . . ..331.50 Sales Tax Collected. .. .155.71 Interest Income .275.00 Disbursements: Plant Operation 5082.87 Plant Maintenance 2043.87 Accounting and Collection 140.75 Debt Service 1600.00 Merchandise Sales . . . .494.30 Sales Tax to State . . . .155.71 Transfers Out 9184.71 Total Receipts 8947.67 Total Disbursements.. .18567.21 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA YOUR DEALER FOR CULTIVATORS with"ADJUSTO-PITCH"* and "UVE-LEAF* Shank Action! COVER UP TO V4 MORE GROUND WITH YOUR PRESENT POWER! Exclusive "ADJUSTO-P1TCH" feature with Live-Action •hanks makes Glencoe Ihc (op performing Cultivator in any field—with sweeps or shovels, for any crop or soil. Instant power-impact vibrations set up at the tool point by the "Live-Leaf" spring action reduces draft and lets you cover more ground faster and easier, "ADJUSTO-P1TCH" allows you to adjust shank angle for maximum performance in any Of three working positions. Available also in Mounted aad Wing Models to 42'. See our display today] Ask for 4 demonstration. *f«l«nt«d «n<t TM «f I I I I Publithod By The Upper DM Melim B Publishing Co., Algene, Iowa MRS. RAY UTHOF N«w» Editor I I I PORTABLE ELEVATOR MFG. CO. GUnco*, Minn. * Bloomlngton, HI. Fenton Studies Proposal For New Sewer System FENTON - Residents of Fenton and members of the town council are being asked to study a proposal for possible construction of a town sewage system and lagoon-style treatment plant. The town council heard a Federal Home Administration man talk on financing at its last meeting. If the program were adopted, total cost would be about $250,000. There was evidence that at least a part of this total would be contributed through one of the various Federal aid programs. At present Fenton is served entirely by individual septic tanks as a disposal system. Town council members have had the proposal before them for some time, and have been advised to obtain the reaction of town residents as to the proposal. If a substantial majority seem to favor the plan, efforts to obtain a government financing grant would be pushed. As outlined in preliminary study, the lagoon-type disposal system would have to be located on ground purchased by the town, probably east of Fenton. The lagoon-type is the same general plan as the one adopted by both Hurt and Tltonka In recen 1 years. Band Mother, Auxiliary Unit Met In Week FENTON - Sentral Band Mothers met Monday evening at the Sentral School. Fifth, sixth and seventh graders who were going to play solos at the contest Saturday at Mason City, played their solos for the Band Mothers. Plans were made for the Pop Concert to be held March 14 and the vocal contest to be held at Sentral, March 21. - o - The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Grelnert. It was voted to send $2.50 to the Mental Health Institute at Mount Pleasant this month. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Bennle Berkland and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Frank Mueller home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlschllles were Thursday evening callers at the Jerry Welner home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chris- chilles visited Sunday afternoon at the Ronald Chrlschllles home. Members of the FalrvlUe 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 for 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 Brltt. 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 Kabrick, Mr. and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Flnnestad 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 which will Include oratorical declamation, dramatic declamation, humorous declamation, poetry, prose, one-act play, original oratory, debate, extemporaneous, speaking, radio speaking, expository address, story telling, play reading, book reviewing and after-dinner speaking. Students who pass the local contest will go on to compete at the district contest. The public Is invited and the admission is free. The junior and senior home economic girls entertained the faculty at a dinner Thursday evening at the Sentral School. The theme was a Valentine carnival. John Thacter and Mrs. Jerry Hanson were picked King and Queen of the carnival. Marlys Wichtendahl was master of cere- monies. The program consisted of Rita Luedtke singing two songs, Cheryl Jensen and Vickie Elmers giving a short skit called the "Honeymooners" and games being played by the faculty. Clowns tumbling, cheerleaders and food mean a night of fun and the cause Is good - the students have been training, the alumni are feigning that the aches and pains are all part of the game. The basketball game Is March 3, 7 p. m. at Sentral 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; fourteen 5th grade solo entries; 21 sixth grade solo entries; 20 seventh grade solo entries; twelve 8th grade solo entries; 11 junior high Instrumental ensembles. They won 46 blue ribbons, superior rating, 27 red ribbons, excellent rating and 5 white ribbons, good rating. LeRoy Brass teaches the 5th and 6th grade and Mrs. Warren Jones teaches the 7th and 8th grade Instrumental music. 75 Enjoy 4-H Family Night Of Fenton Club FENTON - Fenton 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 with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson as hosts. Angus Cotton, who had been contacted to show slides to the group, Introduced Rodney Prlebe, who showed interesting and Informative slides of Viet Nam. 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 Ostwald and Ernie Wolters. Families present were the Ervin Borchardts, Hllbert Blerstedts, Roy Blerles, Darrel Dreyers, Harlan Elmers, Jack < Gerharts, Walter Jentz', Kenneth Johnsons, Elmer Krauses, Milton Madlsons, Ray Laabs', Melvln Pompes, Leonard Pompe, Ed Uthof, Derwood Voigt and Harold Wolters. - o - Saturday evening callers at the Eldon Duncan home were Mr. and It's A Good Time - NOW! To Remodel... NEED CABINET? CUPBOARDS? INTERIOR REMODELING? ADD-A-ROOM 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 Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sundt Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 689.2281 Ponton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruslce DiNTIST Offico Phono 889.2241 Roildonco 119-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Doalor T-V Saloi I Servlco Phono 889-2713 FRIENDLY TON Mrs. LeRoy Jacobson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hanson and family new from Des Molnes, Jan. 26, to Edlnberg, Tex., where they were guests of Mrs. Hanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley. They returned home Feb. 6. The Thursday afternoon bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. Jack Gerhart were guest players. Prizes were won by Mrs. Amos Flnnestad, Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peterson and son, Minneapolis, spent last week 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 Whlttemore spent Sunday even- Ing at the Mrs. Emma Relmers 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 Bennle Berkland home. Wayne Elmers, Denlson, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, the Harold Elmers. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and family were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause for Mrs. Krause's birthday. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Krause and family, 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, Nadlne, at Sioux City. Word has been received here of the death of Richard Bell, Waterloo. Mrs. Bell Is the former Carmen Miller. The junior American History class will sponsor an exhibition of Early American antiques during the week of Feb. 13-17. The antiques will be on display in the history room and will be open to the public from 8 a. m. to 4p. m. each day. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stuelen, Robin and Kurt, Ruthven, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof 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 the program. The circle is making quilts for World Service Relief and are in need of cotton blankets for the middle of the quilts, and scraps of new materials for blocks for the top. Anyone having some of the materials and wanting to donate them should contact either Mrs. Dale Voigt or Mrs. Jack Gerhart. ARMOUR'S SLICED COMMIE ATS J PKG5. Kindl InPlTj. J 9 C TEXAS WHITE GRAPEFRUIT •fl-fer-Jfc RUFFLE POTATO CHIPS Twin Three hundred years ago, milk sold for a penny a quart, beer and cider at 2 cents per quart. 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