The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona (la.) Upp*r D« Motitw Tuesday, July 20, 1965 Sale Of Home At Whittemore Is Reported WHITTEMORE - In a deal made recently George Streit purchased the Bernard Wichtendahl home south of Main Street on highway south out of town. It has not been learned when Mr. and Mrs. Streit will retire from the farm one mile north of Whittemore and move to town. - o - Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl is spending several weeks visiting with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Andersen in Flandreau, So. Dakota. Mr. Andersen teaches school at Flandreau. Delbert Wichtendahl noticed considerable smoke in the alley recently back of the light plant, and found that the shed over the cooling tower pumps was on fire. He turned in the alarm and drove the fire truck into the alley. The blaze was quickly put out. It was thought that a spark from a trash fire may have blown into some combustible material and started the fire. Last week Sunday night at about eight o'clock the firemen were called to the Woodrow Russel home. Mr. Russel was burning trash in a barrel when suddenly a creosoted pole burst into flames but was quickly extinguished without damage. Mrs. Marguerite Heinrich of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson of Estherville, left with their camper on a two-weeks vacation visiting with relatives in Illinois and Indiana. They returned home this week Tues. Mrs. Mammie Campbell of Spencer, spent several dayshere with her sister and brother- in-law Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, before leaving for Norwalk, Calif, where she will visit with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Campbell. Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl received a letter from her daughter Kay Frances at Santa Clara, Cal., stating that she will enter a beauty and hair-styling school in Santa Clara this week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and daughter Nancy of Whittemore, and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton and daughters of Algona, and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of Estherville, attended the wedding of the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, and a nephew to the latter parties. Gary Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Albert Lea, and Linda Jo Westland, daughter of Mrs. Carol Westland of Albert Lea, were married in the First Lutheran church. The bride is employed with a law firm, and Mr. Walker is employed as a designer with Frontier Engineering in Minneapolis. ^ Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl left for Albert Lea, Minn., Friday morning where they spent the weekend at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Sobers. Sunday p. m. Mr. Sobers took them to Rochester, Minn, to see the new home which be purchased last week, The home, being in the process of being built, will be ready for them to occupy within the iwit week/ Rev. andMrs.ReinhardZimm- ermann and family of Hillsborough, Mo., are spending their vacation here with his mother, Mrs. Frieda Zimmermann and sister, Mrs. Elmer Ostwald and brothers Martin and Harold. He preached the sermons in last Sunday's morning services in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Dan Ludwig left July 5 for Denver, Colo, where he will continue his education. He is in the Air Force and has been spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig. Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl received a letter from her son, Daniel, who is taking his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Daniel is all enthused about his training and also their rifle range and target shooting as guns have always been his hobby. Harlan Leininger, first baseman of the Whittemore Co-op. Elevator softball team was taken to the Palo Alto Memorial hospital hi Emmetsburg where an x-ray was taken after a collision with a base runner. His injury was above the knee on his left leg*. It was thought by the attending physician that surgery may be necessary. Vic Perkins left for Rochester, Minn. Tuesday morning where he will go through the Mayo Clinic. Mrs. Orville Mueller underwent surgery in the Methodist hospital at Rochester Thursday. It was thought that she will be in the hospital for quite some time. Bobby Gengler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gengler, returned home Friday night from Iowa City where he had surgery on his hand and arm. He is wearing a cast and will return to Iowa City on some later date. Hidden Planet Some astronomers believe another planet awaits detection. It would lie beyond Pluto, the most distant known planet in the earth's solar system. LEGAL NOTICES ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT School District of Algona Community. Kossuth County. Iowa for the year ending June 30. 1965. We hereby certify that this report Is correct as required by Sections 279.32 and 279.33. Code of Iowa. 1950 edition Copy filed with the Couny Superintendent and posted or published as required by law. on July 6. 1965. John Hayes, President. Vaughn K. Rising. Secretary. •CHOOL HOUSE FUND lUcclpts On Hand Last Report June 30. 1964 ___________________________ $ School House Fund Tax Levy _________________________________ Sale of Bonds ______________________________________________ Transfers — Int. & Gain on Invested Securities ______________ Total Receipts Including balance above _______________________ School House Fund Disbursements Total ___________________ " Balance on Hand June 30, 1965 _______________________________ •Investments ______ rl . _ L| _^_ __________ __ ________ ...... 40,268.25 94.480.00 700.00 135.448.25 101.978.60 •33.469.65 25.436.46 To Whom For What Iowa State Bank, original bonds Iowa State Bank, int. on bonds D. L. Leffert. site engineering ___ Transfers — Investments Amount 58.000.00 12.01035 1.024.75 30.943.60 Total Expenidtures 101,978.60 GENERAL FUND Rccqlpil Balance on hand last report, June 30, 1964 $ 60,877.16 District Tax 730,030.00 Seml-Annual Apportionment 5382.17 Federal Aid 6.687.89 General Aid 48.07431 Transportation Aid 9,830 64 Spec. Ed. 921.38 Other State Aid Tuition Collected 23.451.31 Transportation Collected 2.593.60 Transfers — Int. on Invest. 3,197.91 Other Revenue Sources 2,460.45 Revolving Accounts Other Non-revenue Sources 3,05132 Transfers — Invesments 235,000.00 Check written last year — voided (returned) 12.00 Total Receipts including balance above 1.131.449.94 General Fund Disbursements — Total 1.065.915.66 Balance on Hand June 30, 1965 '6533438 •Securities Invested 190.000.00 •Encumbered Payroll Account of 1,472.41 To Whom For What Administration Instruction . _-» Other Educational Costs Fixed Charges Operation tc Maintenance — Amount 48,330.57 546360.00 43.504.95 47.452.79 100.788.41 Other School Services . 14.222.29 Community Service 1 8.162.03 Capital Outlay ——.-.——__....„__ .__. _. ._„ . 21,594.62 Total Expenditures ____..__ _._____....._._. . 830,915.66 Plus Transfers — Investments „„.____ TOTAL EXPENDITURES 235.000.00 11,065.915.66 Included in the above total expenditures are the following gross salaries — July 1, 1984 to June 30. 1965: Mary F. Agard — Elgin AUen --Lois Allen ----James Andersen 'i.003.55 Janice Anderson Richard Apple .. Nancy Ballard — Marian Balluff — Pamela Batt ---Jerry Belsch — Dean Benschotei Margaret Beringer ----Phyllis Bescbnett Raymond BUsborough — Opal Bloom ---Mona Bonacker . Donna Bonnstetter — Julia Brennan „ Frank Brusie — Sandra Bryant Cecil Burtis -Donald Camenisch Marianne Chalstrom __ Syce Chally — Glenn Chally -_ 'WAS Donald Chiquet . 3.167.65 9300.00 343.00 7.528.95 350.00 196.00 491.00 38.75 1630 32.50 955.20 6,933.00 4340.31 4300.00 210.00 7.04130 >00 250.00 1,338.25 8.062.70 8,71830 WM.QO 8.406.70 730245 Lovern Johnson _ Marguerite Kalar Helen Kelley Bob Kent Suzanne Kent Carol Kenyon „ Melvln Kem Robert Kern JoAnn Klemm — Adolph Knobloch '938.60 Donald Kramer . Marilyn Kuester Wm. C. Kuhn. Sr. Otto B. Lalng .. Dorothy Laird „ Florence Larson Jean Lcmmon Karen Llerly Robert Lorenz .. Joyce Ludwig Hazel Markovetz Dorothy Martin Leon Martin Beverly Mawdslcy Marjory McBrlde Walter McBrlde '333.53 Christine McCullough — DcAnne McGuIre 3uth McVay Marlin Meehlhause Jane Metzger Amos Meyer Arnold Meyer .. Edgar Meyer '1.159.73 Wilhelm Meyer . Alvena Miller .. Violet Miller . — Katherlne Misbach Doug Moehle — Delia Moxley — George Naylor .. Margaret Naylor Fritz Nielsen '607.00 Donald Nettleton Helen Odgaard .. Arthur Olson '557.70 Richard Palmer . Ruth Patterson . Janet Perkins Jean Pettiecord Jerry Payne Hclma Proper Esther Quinby „ Loralne Reed Beulah Richardson Helen Rledinger 6.7*7.45 6.787.45 6.830.17 122.40 83.17 3,076.92 4.095.03 75.75 3.149.66 7.209.34 3.018.74 126.00 2.308.30 12.941.66 5,904.75 243.00 4.347.50 11.10 18.50 47.55 5,264.00 210.00 7,683.00 63.00 2.978.75 7.873.00 4,880.50 164.00 84.00 2,133.15 63.75 888.00 676.50 7,585.13 405.00 6,737.45 63.00 8.737.45 575.00 7.037.45 1,498.38 2,675.90 7.82B.95 5.811.00 7,347.40 8,402.35 7.387.45 5.228.BO 14.00 4.603.00 6,316.50 6,633.00 6,937.45 4,952.75 5,514.00 91.00 Paul Richardson Vaughn Rising __ Sallle Roberts .. Lowell Samp Vernlce Samp ... Roxanne Schade Richard Schneider Mary Schwabaucr Virginia Seaberg George Sefrlt ... Lllllace Sefrit ... Lois Corrlne Shlmel Helen Sjogren .. Madonna Skogstrom Leona Smith Wlllard Snustad . Elmer Sonksen __ Coleen Soper Gerald Soper Kathryn Sorensen Fern Stanton Georglann Stcele Gloria Stellmach John Stephens .. Pauline Stephens Howard Stephenson * Leo Steven _ Elizabeth Stlllman Keith Strayer ... Dennis Tcnchout Lorraine Twalt — Charles Ullom .. Mrs. M. L. VanderWaal Ervln Van Janet Venzke John Vint Mrs. Georga Volgt Wesley Warner . Kathryn Weber . Esther Wegner — Donald Wells Loren White, Jr. Hattie Wilson Bonnie Winter .. Clare Wolcott ... Ella Zumach •Non-contract 11 amount of: TOTAL 4.65000 3,541.61 412.00 4.900.00 1.727.50 132.60 5.965.45 6.177.25 2.201.75 9.246.20 4.800.00 4,852.75 6.858.65 550.00 2.655.50 6.627.25 •100.08 7.697.23 5.495.51 496.88 5,302.75 7.647.38 7,247.53 1.761.25 4.581.50 •150.00 5,502.75 1,011.26 1,145.00 0,669.75 4.900.00 91.00 5,100.00 1.266.30 4.85025 •150.00 ' 6.217.15 •425.00 5,989.00 •150.00 6.469.90 •150.00 5.509.95 5.200.00 6.953.13 6.268.20 5.192.09 2.131.89 5.153.00 1,944.40 7.810.00 5.449.92 3.000.00 •401.75 7.739.15 il»ry Included In 650.608.38 Helen Chiquet .. 42.00 Roland Christie .'1.175.00 8.047.00 Helen Comfort .. '150.00 6.983.00 Alice Condon — 1.200.00 G. Russell Cook . 1.520.00 Isabella Dahl — 5,464.00 Jane Dannewitz . 5,500.00 Suzanne Deimerly 5.005.50 Robert Devine .. 5,950.00 Frances S. Eason 6,302.25 Elna Easter 4,780.50 Goldie Erickson '425.00 6,92735 Adolfo Franco .. '75.00 6.348.70 Manuel Febles .. '75.00 3.211.85 Hugo Gade 2,040.90 Glenda Carrels . 4,852.75 Billy C. Goodpasture .. 1,657.00 Joyce Graham .. 2,05330 Russell Guster .. 8.459.38 WilhelnUna Harms »4J5 8.436.72 Lelah Henderson 7,137.45 Marlene Henderson 4335 Janice Hentgef . 1.838.83 James Hershberger •1325.00 8.795.95 Arnold Hill '29930 8.181.60 Marlene Hulstein 5,463.75 Helen Murtagh Hutchison — 8301.48 Carol Hutzell — 91.00 Floyd Huztell .. 28.00 Hairy Ireland - 1.080.00 BUDGET PUBLICATION NOTICE NOTICE:—The Extension Council of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet on August 4, 19fi5 at 8:00 p.m. In the County Extension Meeting Room in Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1066. Mrs. Albert Johnson, Secretary of Extension Council. ,-* >> . County Agricultural Extension Education $5,700 1 2 Expenditures for year 1963 $21,163 1964 $19,066 Proposed Expenditures Estimated for 1966 $23,789 Estimated Unencum- ^ bered Balance Jan. 1, 1966 Estimated Income Other „ Than Taxation 1968 Amount Necessary to he raised by Taxation 1966 $23,789 REPORT OF CONDITION OF "BURT SAVINGS BANK" of Burt In the State of Iowa at the close of business on June 30, 1965. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items In process of collection 205,833.30 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed - - 714.537.67 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 10.000.00 6. Loans and discounts (Including $737.37 overdrafts) 573.039.81 7. Bank premises owned $1.00, furniture and fixtures $2,000.00 2,001.00 Other Assets 129.45 12. TOTAL ASSETS 1.505.541.23 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) . 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions • 18. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $1.350.418.60 (a) Total demand deposits $ 865.287.87 (b) Total time and savings deposits ..$ 485,130.73 23. Other liabilities .17111711111 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $50,000.00 26. Surplus 27. Undivided profits 707.02631 485.130.73 7395.30 150.765.76 100.00 5.333.03 1,355.751.63 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS •,000.00 50.000.00 49.789.60 149,789.60 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,505.541.23 We H. E. Raehut, President, and G. H. McMullen, Cashier of the above- named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. H. E. Raehut. President. G. H. McMullen, Cashier. Correct—Attest: G. W. Patterson Kirby J. Smith L. E. Llnnan R. I. Mawdsley Donald Patterson Directors. State of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of July. 1965, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4, 1966. Joseph J. Straub, Notary Public.

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