The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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Seneca 4-H To Host L-Rock Party, Feb. 20 SENECA - The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club will hold its annual card party on Saturday, February 20, at the Lone Rock Legion Hall, at 8 o'clock. Tickets are on sale by the club members and may also 1)6 purchased at the door for 50$. There will be prizes and refreshments. The public is cordially invited, proceeds from the party will go toward paying for club activities slated throughout the year. -o- V1SIT RELATIVES Mrs. Irvin Bauman of Everett, Washington, has been visiting relatives and friends in the Ledyard area, also at Henry Irmiters and the Marie Hanson home at Ringsted, and with their mother, Mrs. Marie Irmiter, who is a patient at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. -o- HOSTS TO HUSBANDS Seneca Modern Mixers Club entertained their husbands at a party at the Ted Jensen home on Monday evening. 500 was played and prizes were won by- Fred Johannesen, Richard Bauer, Mrs. Jerry Wilberg, Mrs. Robert Burt and Mrs. Everett Witham. Hostesses included Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs. Henry Looft, Mrs. Wayne Nyman and Mrs. Alvin Cyphers. -o- Mary Clare Bollig, seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollig, is wearing her left arm in a cast. She suffered a fracture of the left wrist when she fell off of the bars at the Fenton school, where she is in the second grade. Mrs. Henry Brown of Estherville, has been visiting at the home of her daughter, the Charles Beavers. Seneca Progressive Farmers met at the home of Jo Ann Bernhard with the Parsons as co-hosts. The group elected Tim Lynch as their King candidate for 4-H Fun Night. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Osborn and Shirley Osborn of Fairmont were weekend guests of Mrs. Leona Osborn. Speech Students Offer Sentral Program, Feb. 22 FENTON - Thirty-three students from Sentral High School who will be competing in the District Speech Contest will present a program Monday night (Feb. 22) at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Included in the program will be a comedy one-act play, "Antic Spring", and a play reading, "Tom Sawyer Wins Out". There will also IK student speeches in the dramatic, humorous, oratory, story-telling, interpretive prose and poetry, radio speaJc- ing and original oratory cata- gories. The speech program at Sentral is directed by Mrs. Jon Johnson. She reports that the 33 students participating in contest speech this year can be compared to 21 students in 1964 and only six in 1963. The district speech contest will be held Feb. 26 and 27 at Boone Valley, Iowa. It costs $116,000,000 to build a Polaris-type submarine. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM AUCTION As I have decided to quit farming I will sell all my personal property at public Auction at the farm located six miles west, six miles south and 1/4 mile east of Fenton, Iowa or two miles south and 1/4 mile east of Depew, Iowa or 1 1/2 miles north, 1/2 mile east, 3 miles north & 1/4 east of Cylinder, la. on TUESDAY, FEB. 23 SALE STARTS 12:45 SHARP Uthof Lunch Wagon on the Grounds , MACHINERY 1949 INTERNATIONAL "M" TRACTOR 1963 INTERNATIONAL 2MH CORN PICKER 1963 International 3 bottom trip plow 3-14's #60; International 76 Combine;, International four row 440 corn planter; International 8 ft windrower; 40 foot Outawa Elevator; 11 foot tandem disc, Case; Four section drag; New Idea No. 17 Manure Spreader; International manure spreader steel wheels; Killers for four row cultivator; Olston trash rake stubble turner; Super Snoot for "M" tractor; New Idea side rake; Minneapolis Moline Model "E" corn sheller; Seven-row weed sprayer; Twindraulic Manure Loader to fit "M"; Twindraulic rubber-tired Trailer; Rubber tired trailer; Two steel flare boxes with hydraulic hoists; 15 ft. International Disc; 448 four-row Cultivator to f>t "M"! 1* foot spring tooth Harrow^.W^gp/i with International •Dflgate seecfer; New Holland^-foot serfti-mounted Mower; Five foot Mower; mounted buzz saw for an "H" tractor; Flat Rack. MISCELLANEOUS Two can electric milk cooler; International Cream Separator No. 3; two Feed Bunks; Hog walk-in Self Feeder; Two-wheeled Milk Cart; Pump jack with electric motor; Electric 3 H. P. motor; Speed Jack & Belt; 1000 bu. cap. pole Corn Crib; assortment of tools; post auger, post driver; chicken feeders & waterers; woven wire; electric fencer and posts; shovels, scoops forks; dehorning clipper; some household goods; 200 bales of straw; oil burner; 300 gal. fuel barrel, stand and gauge; 3-100 gal. fuel barrels; 50 gal. oil barrel. TERMS: Uusal auction terms, NOTHING TO BE REMOVED | UNTIL SETTLED FOR. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS. OTTO HAACK Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Bensen, Auctioneers; Cylinder State I Bank, Clerk. Shower Honors A New Bride At Lone Rock LONE ROCK - A miscellaneous shower was held Saturday at the Legion hall for Mrs. Dennis Howe, the former Nancy Schmeling, Whittemore. Hostesses were Mrs. Garryl Householder, Mrs. Ellwyn Householder, Mrs. Larry Householder, Mrs. Darryl Household- ;er,, Mrs. Carol Anglen, Mrs. "Walter Dacken, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Harold Wehrspann, Mrs. Ralph Reidel, Mrs. James Jensen, Mrs. Robt. Hanna, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, Mrs. Eda Long, Mrs. Hildreth Pettit, Mrs. Clarence Kraft, Mrs. Leo Ramus, Mrs. Raymond Laabs, Mrs. Clair Bollinger, Evelyn Earing, Mr s.Fritz Newbrough, Mrs. Howard Krause, Mrs. L. Newbrough, Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. Raymond Priebe and Mrs. Merwin Marlow. Mrs. Larry Householder gave a reading on the first breakfast" arid Uudy 'Kr&ft' played two-' piano solos. Dennis and Nancy were married Jan. 16 at West Bend. They will live in Omaha, where he is attending a mechanics school. -o- A meeting was held at the Legion hall on the nth for farmers of the area. It was called a Rootworm Control meeting. The Francis Collins family of Livermore called on his sister, the Merwin Marlows, Sunday. Mrs. Dale Schroeder entered the Estherville hospital, Monday, and had surgery Tuesday. Mr. -and Mrs. Henry Schroe- ^der, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended the funeral of Mrs. E. L. Wittkopp at Marcus. TEXTURED TWEED CARPET BUDGET MINDED STYLE MINDED! - , V -#~ -» • .? **•*»" ' PETERSEN FURNITURE Fenton, Iowa MARLWOOD from the looms of MOHAWK ...«i tte super-wear patented Jrentiex Wean riNAMCIAL HtPOHT Of TH£ TOWN Of TEUTON. IOWA FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1964 January 1, 10fi4 through December 31, 1964 RECEIPTS OTHER TOTAL RECEIPTS 3.85881 566.69 1. General Government 2 Street 3 Public Safety 4 Sanitation 7. Debt Service (Except Utilities) .. 8. Trust and ABency (Except Utilities) .. RECEIPTS 1. General Government 2 Street 3 Public Safety 7. Debt Sen-Ice (Except Utilities! .. 8 Trust and Agency (Except Utilities! .. DISBURSEMENTS TAX OFFICE RECEIPTS RECEIPTS 1.881.87 98221 S.031.18 600 3.183.42 500 2.033.47 1.027.09 3,394.11 461.77 17.172.91 993.21 EXPENDITURES SALARIES CAPITAL AND WAGES OUTLAY 858.00 1.240.22 400.00 1,247.83 2.053.47 296.41 779.18 4.644.06 1.632.57 2.804.08 889500 3.753.11 2.033.47 1.087.09 4,42550 3.394.11 481.77 22.391.62 OTHER EXPEND. 919.71 7.736.00 1,503.33 307.07 3.403.00 300.63 TOTAL 1.11171 9.376.23 2.751.18 2.053.47 1,38266 3.405.00 300.63 14.620.80 20,897.43 CASH STATEMENT Town Clerk's (Do Not Include Utilities) Balance on Hand — January 1, 1964 (o.d.) Total Receipts for Year Ending December 31. 1964 Total to Account for - Total Expenditures for Year Ending December 31, 1964 Add — Warrants Outstanding January 1. 1964 Total Deduct — Warrants Outstanding December 31, 1984 Total Deduction from Total to Account for Balance on Hand — December 31. 1964 (o.d.) REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS December 31. 1964 (Dn Not Include Utilities) Miscellaneous — Street Construction Grand Total VALUATION OF PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAXATION ON ASSESSMENT OF January 1. I9fi3 $ 3.648.49 22.391.62 $18.943.13 »20.897,43 123.00 W 1.022.43 23.00 (20.997.43 $ 2.054.30 $17.000.00 $17,000.00 LONE ROCK Mrt. A. A. Kru»o«r Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger and Mrs. Henry Schroeder attended the wedding Sunday of Marion Broesder and Raymond Gerdes at Good Hope Methodist church. Mary Hurlburt, Minneapolis, spent the weekend visiting her sister's and brother's families, Mert and Junior Hurllmrts, Mrs. Dale Schroeder and Rachel. Mrs. Dale Schroeder arrived home Sat. from Holy Family hospital, after having surgery. Marilyn Bollinger, Renwick, spent tiie weekend at the parental home, the Clair Bollin- gers. A neighborhood potluck farewell was held Friday night at the Wm. Knoll home in honor of the Bernard Tigges, who will be leaving the farm they are living on now and go to a farm they have purchased north of Fenton. They have lived here about seven years. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Person, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson and Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Habeger and Kirsten, Mr. thurjday, Feb. 18, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Ofts Moinet-9 and Mrs. WilfredRadig and Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Culbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom and her mother, Mrs. Host, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bler- stedt and Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends were unable to attend. A monetary gift was given them as A farewell gift. The evening was spent playing cards. High prizes went to Mary Ann Tigges and Wayne Dugan and low prizes to Mrs. Joe and Dean Culbertson. Travel prize went to John Person. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Groskreutz and Jeff, Radcliffe, spent the weekend at the home of the Eric Seegebarths. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson entertained at a potluck dinner Sunday in honor of her father's birthday and her parents' 29th wedding anniversary. Guests included her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tegland, Clarion, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tegland, Belmoiui, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lindvall and family, Clarion, Erin Tegland, Ft. Dodge, and fiance, Jack Henry, Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tegland, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hinman and family, the Bob Kalk- wars family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tegland, all from Belmorid, Mr. and Mrs. Mai son Anderson, Eagle Grove, Connie Tegland and Bob Loux, Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Prink and Tara, Whittemore, were Sunday guests at the home of her parents, the Wrn. Knolls, Jr. The next Auxiliary card party will be Fel). 25 at the Legion hall. The Gordon Blanchard family, Mason City, spent Saturday evening at the home of his mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Knioger called at the Lorenz Gade home Friday evening to see their son, David, who had Iweii in an automobile accident that morning. There will 1* a 2 o'clock meeting at the Legion hall, Feb. 25, on fertilizers. Jim Telec- key, of the Pioneer Seed Corn Company, Algona, and Bob Darbyshire, Ft. Dodge, of Felco will conduct the meeting. A ton of fertilizer will lie given away at a drawing and there will be coffee and doughnuts served. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sc.lmlU and family, Otiosen, brought dinner Sunday and spent the day witli her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Class ot Property: Real Property Personal Property Railroad Property -- Telephone. Telegraph and Express Companies Utilities, Including Transmission Lines and Pipe Lines Total Monies and Credits * 150,094 REPORT OF UTILITIES 1964 RECEIPTS: Water Sale ot Water or Electricity * Taxes Other Receipts - - Total Receipts, 1964 EXPENDITURES: Salaries and Wages: , Office * Operation . Other Expenditures * 538,903 136.076 4,397 1.420 19,676 Works 7.576.75 1.027.09 296.71 8.900.55 1,339.13 2.164.48 1.651.85 Total Expenditures 1964 * 7.161.46 . REPORT OF UTILITIES CASH STATEMENT Balance on Hand—January 1. 1964 ........—.-.. ^a'aoo'ss for Year Ending December 31. 1964 ..STX « . Total Elpendl t t 0 urts CC f°o U r n Year EndTng"Decembe"r"3"l7i904 $ 7.181.48 Total Deductions from Total to Account for !,I'i?J«S Balance on Hand - December 31. 1964 J2S.978.80 Revenue Bonds REPORT OF UTILITIES REPORT OF INDEBTEDNESS Outstanding Paid Dur- January 1, 1964 InK Period 18.000 1.000 Outstanding December 31. 1964 17,000 Board Proceedings '' SEMI-ANNUAL SETTLEMENT OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA With Rosella Voigt Treasurer of said County for the period from June 1, 1964, to December 31, 1964, inclusive FUNDS COUNTY AUDITOR'S STATEMENT Auditor's Ledger Worronts Overdrawn Balance Outstanding Payroll Korean Soldiers' Bonus Assessor SS. & IPERS (Gen. Retire.) Automobile License -Soles Tax Use Tox General County Court Expense Poor State Institution Countv Insane Secondary Rood AQ. Land Credit County School Service Compensation Advance Personel Soldiers Relief C. H. Bond Funds Domestic Animal Bovine Tuberculosis -Bangs Disease Teachers' Institute — Ag. Extension Service . Drainage Assessments City Special Assessments Corporation Funds School District Funds Township Funds District Library County Fair , Special Courses Sen. Retirement Twp. Fire Bd. of Education Weed Eradication Road Clearing Conservation Total --- ----Net Balance on hand _ 398.34 1,424.30 34,141.16 141,093.86 31.98 8,866.31 100,664.24 9.312.39 97,865.07 67,195.11 17,689.14 599,334.91 167.26 3.79B.49 1,103.76 5,886.36 • 24,278.60 7,787 .B3 9,259.78 13,181.99 9,368.62 1,649.99 627.58 105,7)8.02 2,579.56 17,491.62 93,583.36 256.%8 1,461.82 289.36 1,106.47 3,350.44 1,321.58 12,452.50 9,192.81 17,275.36 51,958.89 1 473,165.74 1,473,165.74 3,069.08 4.77 10.00 81.76 71.59 191.91 239.58 384.10 125.60 100.00 22.00 25,800.70 648.29 ~ 30,749 38 30,749.38 Treasurer's Ledger Overdrawn Balance 3!o69.08 398.34 1,429.07 34,151 16 141,093.86 31.98 8.H66.31 100,746.00 9,383.98 98 056.98 67,195.11 . 17,619.14 599,574.49 167 26 3,798.49 1,103.76 5.BB6.36 24 667 70 7,787.83 9259.78 13,307.59 9,468.62 1,671.99 627 58 131,518.72 2,579.56 17,491 62 93,583.36 256.88 1,461.82 289.36 1,106.47 3,35044 1,321.58 13,100.79 9,192.81 17,275.36 51,958.89 r,503915.1~2 1,503,915.12 Algona, Iowa, January 4th, 1965. ,, Marc Moore. Auditor of Kossuth County Iowa do hereby .certify g*^ \ent given above, correctly snows me CUM ^ bus iness December 31, 1964, KOSCIIO Voigt, Treasurer ot saia >-?""'*• as shown by accounts in my office (SEAL) MARC MOORE County Auditor. ASSETS IN HANDS OF COUNTY TREASURER AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 31, 1964 ' ""' T^tal Amount Cash in Banks (See Treasurer's Balance in Schedule Below) 1.501,876.38 Cosh in Drawer --- • - - •-• '1302 Plus Treas Error I J.U/ Total Cash on Hand and in Banks 'jl° 3 J 9t5 _' 2 in Depositories ot Close ot Business Dec. 31, 1964 Name of Bonk Town Security State Bank. Algor.o Iowa State Bank Algona . Former's & Trader's Saving Bancroft . . . Burt Savings. Burt ... Former's Trust & Savings Lakota ....... Sweo Citv State, Sweo Cty Lone Rock, Lone Rock . Deposits in transit :short;.) 6,861 52 ni 10.848 69 1 P 0 1.151 66 10 966,75 1.653 E9 51 1 659 50 Cashiers' Certificates 451 .427 60 269.667 29 91 477 13 :f>.)47 54 68.991 20 93 070 !6 Checks Cut- MondinQ longs' 50 1.514 09 2 542 97 25 Treasurer's Net Balance 456.774 53 279 173 22 92.62999 c ,9 134 39 70,644.84 94,730 17 AJ noi ";=, Farmer's State, Written-, re Stole Bonk of Led', ord LciScrcJ First Trust & Savings. Fenton . 1C 8 1 2 00 0' 463 00 I p ?0 Titonko Savings, T.tonkc - - 4.3C2.60 Exchange State. Wesle, 64 '9' 55 64 G7i 33 89,180 45 68 454 76 94 C87 13 64,210 I I 64,074.83 89.992 55 63.917 77 96.502.43 64.210 I 1 Net Amt on Deposit m Banks at close cf Bus-ness Dec 31 1964 28.854.44 1477.08025 4.05831 1,501,87638 We the Boora of Supervisors f Kossuth Cou"t» !o*a. do hercDv certify thai th* fore^oVg slo"em a eo. coaec.U >no,s th. o^c's ,n .n c hanas o "gj.*" 0 'Treasurer of said counu. as counted bv us, c.n me 3ist day of December GARRY MCDONALD I A NEWBROUGH A M KOLLASCH CHARLES PLATHE JOHN H. RODE Fancy car: Buick Special V-6 Fancy. But not too fancy. Just enough to make your friends think you vc found oil in the basement. You may think so, too, when you get acquainted with Ruick s V-6-the best thing that ever'hnppened to 6 cylinders. Its 225 cu. in. delivers 155 h.p., without delivering you to the gas station all the time. As to the plain, homely price: you'll find it looks restful in the family budget. We design the Buick Special so you can drive a Buick and still enjoy the other good things in life. See your Buick dealer. Remember: a Buick for only $2343.00'. That's the plain, honest (inspiring) truth. Plain price : $2343.°° Wouldn't you really rather go first class? ClUtCK MOTOR DIVISION See your local authorized Buick dealer- TUNE IN "LOWELL THOMAS AND THE NEWS"-CBS RADIO tragedy outside? dry clothes inside... The magic words are: electric clothes dryer! The magic of an electric clothes dryer enables you to dry clothes inside your home ... at any time, day or night... in any weather.. . without worry about clotheslines, clothespins. An electric clothes dryer is about the biggest labor-saver you can OW n_with low operating cost and big convenience. See your dealer right away about an electric clothes dryer . . . another way to live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities rrrrrprrpprrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrl

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