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Oelwein Daily Register, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1967, Oelwein, Iowa Public Notice The legal notices which appear on these pages are published under state law which require that all taxpayers be kept in formed as to what becomes of their tax dollars Secrecy m gov is never in the public interest City Council Proceedings September 11 1967 pm Council met in regular session Mayor McCarthy presiding Councilmen Present McFarlane Eikenberry McLeish Strang Me Coy and Ruse Councilmen Absent None Minutes of August 28 1967 were read and approved Moved by Strang seconded by Eikenberry to refer the new plat submitted by Darwin Buhman to the Planning Commission for their recommendation Ayes McFarlane Eikenberry McLeish Strang McCoy and Ruse Nays None Motion carried Moved by McFarlane seconded by McCoy that the following build ing permits be approved Frand W Safranek Garage 123 5 Ave NE H Wetlaufer Storage Bldg 116 N Fred Church of Nazarene Porch 32 2 St NW Albert Kappmeyer 31 6 St NW Garage Earl Schneider Storage Bldg 4 Ave NE Clarence Herzeelle Brk Curb 128 2 Ave NW Harry Day Porch 315 3 Ave NW Max L Rath Driveway 959 1 Ave SE LeRoy Ohl Bedroom 411 7 Ave SE Ayes McFarlane Eikenberry McLeish Strang McCoy and Ruse Nays None Motion carried Moved by Strang Seconded by McCoy that the resolution setting lot prices at Cemetery be passed and adopted Ayes McFarlane Eikenberry McLeish Strang McCoy and Ruse Motion carried Moved by McFarlane seconded by McLeish that the resolution as to termination of lease of airport tillable land be passed and adopt ed Ayes McFarlane Eikenberry McLeish Strang McCoy and Ruse Nays None Motion carried The following bills were read GENERAL Cross Blue Shield Insurance for September 1650 Iowa Employment Sec Com SS for August 9860 Dir Int Rev and 1st Natl Fed for Aug 10760 St of la State for Aug 1608 la Pub Emp Ret S for Aug 1644 Hazel Moore Sal Dep Cl 5850 E J McCarthy Sal Mayor Aug 1967 18925 T S Peterson Sal City Cl 2nd Aug 32509 Isabel Klug Sal Sec Aug 10401 Nancy Cochran 72 hrs at 7768 Chas Nicolay Sal Civ Def Dr Aug 2390 Interstate Power 18892 0 Daily Register Print ing 42050 Coast to Coast 105 Petty Cash Stamps Mo ney orders express 2075 City Laundering Clean ing 2770 Youngs Boiler 4373 Total STREET Blue Cross and Blue Shield Insurance for Sept 6820 City Laundering Uni forms 5200 la Employment Sec Com SS for Aug 17186 Dir of Int Rev 1st Natl Fed for Aug 37939 Treas of St of la St for Aug 5107 la Pub Emp Ret Sys for Aug 12826 M J Loban Sal St Comm i 2nd Aug 11 hrs Otime 22924 Lester A Schmitt 48 hrs at 200 6839 Carl 112 hrs at 190 14106 Don Folsom 112 hrs at 190 2 wks vacation 16248 City of Oelwein W Loux 112 hrs at 190 14379 Russell A Torrey 112 hrs at 190 15146 Charles 0 Bruster 117 hrs at 180 15595 James W Stout 88 hrs at 180 11204 James Jarchow 105 hrs at 165 14149 WJ Loban Sal St Comm 2 wks vac 20064 LaVerne L Wolfgram 21 hrs at 190 3990 Elk ReadyMix Inc M Mix 17044 Genes East Texaco gas 28781 Shirk Oil Gas 13189 Batteries 343 Iowa Portable Mill In yoice 4363 750 Interstate Service 4005 Oelwein Electric Rpr Drill 200 Electric 985 la Dally Register Friday October 13 1967 Kuhns August Acct 547 Oelwein Glass Paint Windshield for Main tainer 7555 Oelwein Supply 413 Del co Battery 1729 Ace Hardware Hammer Handle Oelwein Implement Bolts Coast to Coast Rope Hooks tarp 2023 Strang Tire Repairs 565 Arnold Motor Supplies 1500 Hewitt Bros Crushed Rock 47895 Northern Propane Gas 2880 Cohn Bros Co ncr ete Blocks 5108 Michael Todd Posts Broom Wire 13430 Rock Salt 2780 Carter Waters Asphalt 85507 L L Felling Co As 15763 TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY Blue Cross Blue Shield Ins Sept 6055 Ins Sept 5115 Iowa Emp Sec Comm SS for Aug 18086 for Aug 18086 for Aug 618 for Aug 8776 for Aug 8776 Dir Int Rev 1st Natl Fed for Aug 40670 Fed for Aug 11520 Treas St of la St 5322 Treas St of la St 2639 la Pub Emp Ret Sys for Aug 1278 Paul Teague Sal Fire Cap 2nd half Aug Vac 15597 W A Sal Fire 2nd Aug 26 hrs 20607 LaVerne Wolfgram Sal Fire 2nd Vz Aug 51 hrs ot 21405 William Porter Sal Fire 2nd Aug 3 hrs OT 17422 EJ Fortsch Sal Chief 2nd M Aug 2 wks Vac 17808 Jack Stolfus Sal OT Dances D Catcher 22346 Jack Stolfus Ambulance 1770 Jack Stolfus Dogs De Fed Gas 2000 Thos Messerer Sal Pa trolman 2nd Aug 8 hrs OT 17769 Thos Messerer Ambulance call 185 Brandt Sal Patrol 2nd Va Aug 34 hrs 0 Dances 24350 Brandt Ambulance call 924 T Linder Sal Patrol 2nd V2 Aug OTime 7 15038 Ken Sal Patrol 2nd Aug 12 hrs OTime 17214 Virgil Suckow Sal Patrol 2nd Aug 32 OT 1 Dance 20301 Chas Daringer Sal Patrol 2nd Aug 40 hrs otime 22276 Daringer Ambulance 755 D Clark Sal Dispatch 2nd Aug 5475 Don Hall Sal Dispatch 10 days 4675 Randall Brant Sal Dispatcher 2nd Vis Aug 5396 Tern Kappes Sal Dispatcher 10 days 2D74 denes Texaco Gas Ambulance 1328 3enes East Texaco Gas 19514 Oelwein Firemen Comp for Aug and Sept 32000 L Harold Sanford Services 29459 Gil Hebard Guns Primers and bullets 11200 lack Jaggard Don Don Darby and Dell Frazer 600 Studio Photos 1448 Waterloo Fire Dept Hose repairs 330 Service 790 3ity Laundering Services 1760 Petty Cash rubber tubing 81 GALLEY FOUR Council Proceedings Oelwein Glass Paint Window for Petty Cash Car Wash Petty Cash Ambulance expense Bruster 66 Police gas Bruster 66 Ambulance gas Coast to Coast Supplies Strangs Balance wheels new tires Red Star Boron DX Police Red Star Gas and oil Fire Arnold Motors Supplies Iowa Motor Repairs Police Iowa Motor Storage TOTAL SANITATION Milton Campbell Sal Supt Sew T PI 2nd Aug 20 OT Alfred hrs at Tom Hamilton 31 hrs at Chas Syler 106 hrs at Leonard Waitman 113 hrs at H J Sal Sewer Supt 2nd Aug Del W Frazer Sal Garb Tr Dr 2nd Aug 5 hrs OT Loren Westendorf Sal 921 290 1343 4487 180 22921 4492 2215 1533 992 18890 2929 542934 24167 16369 3744 17430 15445 11750 16181 Garb Trk 2nd Vt Aug 4 hrs OT 1706 Henry Ebertsch Sal 2nd lk Aug 11957 Genes E Texaco Gas Sanitation 11680 Genes E Texaco Gas Sewer 2167 la Elec Lt and Pwr Service 5476 Thorpe Well Co 3627 Manchester Milk Sanitation Unit Inspections 750C Midwest Pest Control Rats 200C Brown Supply Rope and rags 33100 Interstate Service 21336 Oelwein Electric Repairs and supplies 3487 City Laundering Towel service 755 Oelwein Glass Paint Door Glass 1105 Petty Cash Postage 60 Coast to Coast Supplies 1214 Red Star Gas 520 Arnold Motor Supply Parts 287 Iowa Motor Parts and Labor 4093 Blue Cross Blue Shield Ins 5115 City Laundering Uniforms 5200 Iowa Emp Sec Comm SS for Aug 25286 Dir of Int Rev 1st Natl Fed for Aug 15380 Treas St of la St 2401 la Pub Emp Ret Sys for TOTAL MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISES Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance for Sept 3290 ity Laundering Co Uniforms 800 la Emp Sec Com SS For Aus 23316 Dir of Int Rev 1st Natl Fed for Aug 26630 Treas of St of la State 2457 la Pub Emp Ret Sys for Aug 8042 Ray Stoddard Sal Cem Sext 2nd Aug 15292 larence 114 hrs at 16591 Wilbur J Duffy Use of truck 2nd David Ruse 16 hrs at 2524 Mark Nicolay 63 hrs at 3165 8883 Dennis Brant 109 hrs at 14710 Paul Felix 24 hrs at 3766 M M Frame 36 hrs at 6509 Darwin H Buhman Sal Airport Mgr 2nd Aug 12981 Hewitt Bros Inc Crushed Rock 6193 Petroleum Service Supplies 1115 Kuhns Blacksmith Aug 65 Imp and labor 4616 to Coast Supplies 8266 trang Tire Tube repairs 475 Red Star Oil Oil 653 Hewitt Bros Rock 5353 Arnold Motor Pliers Airport 348 Arnold Motor Parts Cemetery 1173 Tree Stump Serv 7 7000 ase Power Equip parts OTAL 182221 owa Emp Sec Comm SS for Aug 20678 Dir of Int Rev 1st Natl Fed 29290 Treas of St of la State 2201 owa Pub Emp Ret Sys for Aug 3398 R G Arndt Sal Pool Mgr 2nd Aug 15142 oger Kramer Sal Asst Pool Mgr 2nd Aug 10364 Donna Hunt Sal Guard 2nd Ms Aug hrs OT 7963 Marilou Moss Sal Guard 2nd Vi Aug 8 hrs OT 7336 Barb Steger Sal Guard 2nd Aug 6075 Roberta Miller 30 hrs Guard 2nd Aug 3175 ames Steger Sal Guard 2nd Aug 7 hrs OT 6751 ane Palmer 14 hrs Guard 1673 Michael Theobald Sal Basket help 2nd Aug 28 hrs GD 8634 Toy Birchard 38 hrs Basket Help 39 hrs Guard 7333 Valerie Vargason Sal Basket Help 2nd Aug 9 hrs OT 6163 ohn R Theobald 50 hrs Guard 2nd Aug 5674 51k ReadyMix 3500 Lbs 2400 Interstate Power Service 8675 Ocean Pool Soda Ash 2600 Ocean Pool Freight charges 3173 Wallace Tiernan Inc Injector Suction tube 2475 TOTAL 161173 UTILITIES Blue Cross Blue Shield Ins for Sept 9555 City Laundering Co Uniforms 4800 owa Emp Sec Comm SS for Aug 29018 Dir of Int Rev 1st Natl Bank Fed Aug 21740 Treas St of Iowa State 2906 la Pub Emp Ret Sys for Aug 23080 Hazel Moore Sal Dcp Cl 2nd Aug 2 wk vac 2469 Pat Gustafson Sal Dep Cl 2nd Vi Aug H J Doudney Sal WW Supt 2nd Ms Aug 6 hrs OT Wm hrs at C E Hamilton 139 hrs at C K Erickson 114 hrs at Wendell Clark 119 hrs at George Saathoff Jr Sal Meter Reader 2nd Ms Kenneth Lechtenberg Sal Meter Reader 2nd Aug William Porter 4 hrs at Elk Ready Mix Readymix Interstate Service Interstate Service City Laundering Co Towels Petty Cash Postage Cart Ace Hardware Supplies Coast to Coast Supplies Red Star DX and Kerosene Hewitt Bros Inc Crushed rock Arnold Motor Supplies Genes East Texaco Gas Harold Ziegler City Treas Bonds Hooker Supply Parts Chandler Co Couplings Neptune Meter Co Parts 1138 710 1979 2125 1738 1804 669 851 76 1210 14214 10957 57 lH 153 98P 2W 99 522 337600 367 7122 TOTAL TRUST AND AGENCY 1st National Bank TOTAL 4OOOOC ROAD USE TAX Ray Sons inc Completed schedule 4945610 TOTAL 4945610 PARKING METERS Dori Linder Sal Meter Reader 2nd Aug 8920 la Pub Emp Ret Sys for Aug 6241 Treas of the St of la State for Aug 342 Dir of Int Rev and 1st Natl Bank Fed for Aug 7760 la Emp Sec Com SS for Aug 7496 Blue Cross and Blue Shield Ins for Sept 3110 N F Murphy 37 hrs at 4250 Waltor Shields 64 hrs at at 6103 Lester Pickering 72 hrs at 7789 Robert Allen 13 hrs at 2045 Russell A Torrey 39 hrs at 7410 Howard W Loux 48 hrs at 9120 arl Lenius 44 hrs at 8360 Petty Cash Stamps 500 Interstate Service 5677 Interstate Service Sieg Oelwein Supplies 361 Melvin Kroeger Contract 50000 Arnold Motor Paint Gun Cleaner 175 Jo Nieland Contract 50000 TOTAL 198802 LIQUOR PROFIT Hintz Furniture 2817 Koffler Sales Chair mat 3375 la St Industries Chairs settee cabinet hilds Co Council table 80700 Oelwein Paint Glass Labor 700 TOTAL The following resolution was nf ered by Strang seconded by Ei Be it resolved by the City Coun cil of Oelwein that the bills be allowed as read and that warrants he drawn on the Treasurer from heir respective funds for the vari ous amounts Ayes McFarlane Eikenberry McLeish McCoy and Ruse Nays None Motion carried Moved by Ruse seconded by Mc ish that the Council adjourn 0 September 25 1967 at pm Ayes McFarlane Eikenberry McLeish Strang McCoy and Ruse Motion carried Edward J McCarthy Mayor of the City of Oelwein iowa Thomas S Peterson ity Clerk Medical Help Vow Available At Sumner SUMNER Special Dr Berry nil Readlyn will see patients at he Sumner Community Hospital n the outpatient department on Wednesday or Friday from am to lam during the absence of Dr There will be a doctor available at all times in case of emergency Should an emergency occur call the hospital 2243275 The Whit mire Medical building is open six days a week Dr services were ob due to the serious accident Dr Norman Elmer received early Friday morning and the special assignment Dr J E Whitmire has n Viet Nam Dr Elmer is at the University Hospitals in Iowa City and is re recovering very well rom his injuries Dr Elmer was returning to Sumner late Thurs day night from Waterloo where he had been called to assist with surgery CITY BRIEFS Mrs S C 419 4th Ave SE Is handling for the REGISTER city de Htr num ber It 2134719 please call her with Mrs Streittmatter in her home for a week have been Mr and Mrs Hugh Hagen and daughter Nancy from Chicago and Mr and Mrs Elmer Hagen of Michigan City Ind The gentlemen are brothers of Mrs The visi tors left Wednesday morning to re to their homes Dorn was welcomed into Den 5 Pack 36 when they met with Mrs Ken Hartung for their weekly meeting The meet ing opened with the Pledge of Al Cub Scout Song and Yell They continued work on their In dian head bands as they discussed totem poles which they will make next week Each boy is asked to bring a box for these Rod Funk brought treats this week and they closed with the Living Circle and the Cub Next week Greg Johnsrud will have the treats Betty Brandt and son David were weekend guests in the Bird residence at Aurora fMr and Mrs DI Meyer of Dubuque Tuesday with his sister Mrs and Mike Shields of Marion are grand parents Mr and Mrs Elmer Olander for the week They are children of Mr and Mrs Dwayne Shields the collection of dues the books were checked and brought uptodate When boys of Den 4 Pack 129 met with Sirs Al Knief for their weekly meet ing The group discussed Oper ation Edith and each told of things done in their homes in pre paration for this or other emergen cies Robert Knief furnished treats and the meeting ended With the Living Circle and the Flag Pledge and Mrs Alden Ward have returned to their home from a few days visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Wolfgram in Sumner Mrs Wolfgram and Mrs Ward are sisters The Wards spent from Sunday until Wednesday there Boleyn son of Mr and Mrs Dwayne Boleyn is celebrat ing his 14th birthday today Oct 13 and Mrs Al Krausman spent last Saturday in Iowa City visiting with their granddaughter and her husband Mr and Mrs Craig Brockway and Mrs Leon are observing their wedding anniversary today Oct 13 and Mrs William Grover chosen the name Christopher John for their new son who was born Oct 3rd He weigher eight pounds seven Bounces at birth and oins one sister Debbie ana oue brother Gary His grandparents re Mrs August Hinneman of Wat and Mr and Mrs JD r of Rowley Fettkether daughter f Mr and Mrs Leon Fettkether her fifth birthday on Thursday Oct 12 Gertrude Hanson has re from a visit in St Paul with Mrs Helen Godbout nd Mrs Albie Yount the tives attending the funeral on Tuesday of Ernest Pfister Sr were Irs ClaraMae Poock and child en and Mr and Mrs Russell Nel on all of Waterloo these being and grandchildren also aughter Mrs Florence Clark from Jedar Rapids and wives Mr and Mrs Albert chael of Cedar Falls and Mr and Urs August Schael from Lawler lis granddaughter and family Mr nd Mrs Philip McGraw and aughter from Waterloo cousins Mr and Mrs William Pfister of Elgin and Mrs Harold Pfister Iso of Elgin Friends from own came from West Union nd Fayette and Mrs Eldon Grapes Tuesday evening in the ome of their daughter and fam ly Mr and Mrs Billy Pech and hildren near Winthrop The echs son Ricky was observing is eighth birthday on that day hd the group celebrated with ice ream and cake Connell served refresh ments to boys of Den 3 Pack 129 they met with his mother Mrs James Connell Wednesday fter school The meeting was with the Flag Ceremony he boys played some games and hen worked on a Lion Achieve ment The meeting was closed with the Living Circle and next week Tim Hoffman will bring reats Serra was honored at party on her seventh birthday ct 11 in the parental Charles Serra home A group of friends gathered in the home after school ind these included her two sisters tilie and Gina along with Vicki COLISEUM BALLROOM Iowa Coming October 18th JAN GARBER and ORCHESTRA of Dont Miss It Reservations in Advance McNichols Lynn and Lori Liebe Lisa Sidler Lori Sieleman Terri Moore Julie Keniston Laura Eno and Kim Humphrey The young sters played games and later en joyed cake ice cream and Kool Aid served by Mrs Serra Janette then opened her many lovely gifts Guests later in the evening at the home were grandparents Mr and Mrs Donald Donahue her great grandmother Mrs Bernice Menuey and her great aunt Mrs Corinne Wheeler and Tim as well as her aunt Mrs Charles and John Woods served treats to boys of Den 4 Pack 37 when they met this week with Mrs Wayne Masters The boys opened the meeting with the Flag Cere mony The youngsters made neck slides following which they played a number of games and sang patriotic songs as well as cub scout songs Four of the group are being transferred out to We belos these being Brayton Fisher Kipper Wilson Jerry Reinert and Danny Masters New recruits into the den are Alan Masters and Timmy Jack and Mrs Gus Lenius en in their home on Oct 10 in honor of the birthday of three members of their family their son Marvin whose birthday was that day his wife whose birthday was Oct 6 and the Marvins daughter Brenda whose birthday was Sept 29 Those present included the Marvin Lendus with daughters Brenda Susan and Patricia Ar nold Lenius Mr and Mrs Albert Lenius Mr and Mrs John Lenz and Mr and Mrs Elaine Fox all of Oelwein Mr and Mrs John Dreier and Leslie of West Union Mr and Mrs Willis Schlatter with children Julie Jackie and Chris of Sumner Bowling Results 6 10 11 12 12 14 16 19 1565 1521 547 544 Matinee Missiles Sanitary Dairy 18 Sportsmen Club Sunnyside Lanes 14 Barneys North Texaco 13 KOEL 12 Genes East Texaco 12 Carnation Dairy 10 Des Moines Register 8 Floyds Cafe 5 High Team Series Sanitary Dairy Carnation Dairy High Team Game Sanitary Dairy Hazleton Lumber High Individual Series Darlene Kivell 510 Ruth 484 175 Club Shirley Hess 195 Darlene Kivell 193 Highlights Splits picked up Gloria Loban 410 Darlene Kivell 510 Lynda Lan 5810 Mildred Grannis 45 7 Karen Waller 57 Maxine Mill er 457 Former AP News Editor Named To Demo Press Job DES State Chairman Clark R Rasmussen an Thursday the appoint ment of Dwight McCormick who retired recently from the Associ ated Press in Des Moines as public relations director for the Demo cratic State Central Committee of Iowa McCormicks appointment was made effective immediately He has had many years of experience with the newsgathering organiza tion both in Iowa and Nebraska He represented the Associated Press at the Iowa Statehouse and in legislative coverage for 15 years In recent years prior to his retirement last Aug 31 he had been photo editor for the Associ ated Press in Des Moines Working under the direction of Chairman Rasmussen McCormick will handle news releases concern ing the activities and program of the Democratic Party in Iowa Hospital Notes Hospital news notes are pro vided the Register through the courtesy of the hospital admini Only the names of those persons who request it are not released Because admission time in many cases varies a patient name is sometimes not until the following day Mercy Hospital OELWEIN Admitted Mrs Esra Heth Hawkeye Discharged Mrs Joe Elliott Oelwein Mrs Harry Conner Fayette Jerome Garris Waterloo Master Lee Holub Fairbank Mrs Elsie Freeman Arlington Deaths Mrs Frances Ford Lamont Central Community ELKADER Admitted Ethel Regal Elkader Discharged LeRoy Klink Elkader Mrs Janaris Tschirgi and boy Elkader Palmer Hospital WEST UNION Admitted Mrs Ernest Dina West Union Mrs Jerry Brehme Wadena Births Mr and Mrs Gerald Schnell boy Arlington Discharged Mrs Dan Peterson West Union Mrs Louis Howe end boy Law ler J Cernel Osterhus West Union Louis Weber West Union Mrs David Whitley Fayette James McCarron Fayette Community Hospital Admitted None Discharged Mrs Ernie Christen Elgin Sumner Hospital Admitted Lee Holub Fairbank Mrs Phyllis Pagel Sumner Discharged None Manchester Hospital Admitted Orville Edgewood Discharged Mrs Donald Mueller and boy Manchester Mrs Velma Culbertson Edge wood Thomas Coggon Ernest Noyes Greeley Michael Vaske Arlington Herman Meyer Ryan Peoples Hospital INDEPENDENCE Admitted Mrs William Wilkinson Inde Stormy Webster Winthrop Births Mr and Mrs John Basquin boy Independence Mr and Mrs Walter Osterhaus Independence Discharged None Fine Upholstering for a NEW LOOK Yes its really that favorite but old beat up chair rebuilt in the latest decorator fabric by McCARTY UPHOLSTERY 446 South Dial 2131195 BRIEFS Jerry Holtz Concordia College St Paul visited at the home of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Marvin Holtz Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Walter Brickman Oelwein were Saturday afternoon and supper guests in the Don Gor don home for the RECORD WEATHER REPORT from DeKalb Sunset Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset Temperatures High degrees Low degrees Today at Noon 66 degrees Temp Year Ago High 69 Low 54 National Driving Test To Be Opportunity twice For the millions of drivers who just know they should have done better on the 1967 National Driv ers Test and for those who missed it a second chance The test will be televised in color over the CBS network Tues day Dec 5 1967 at 10 pm E and PST 10 pm Easter and Pacific Stan dard times 9 pm Central Standard Time 8 pm Mountain Standard Time Anchorman for the show is the newscaster Walter Cronkite The three main objectives of the National Drivers Test are 1 To persuade people to drive defensively 2 To enroll people in defensive driving courses 3 To provide important data for future research projects The program televised just 20 days before Christmas is timely and should stimulate safe defen sive driving techniques over this long holiday period A large seg ment of the Test is devoted to the special problems of winter driv ing WEST UNION BRIEFS Mrs Myrtle Ziegler Tiffin Ohio is visiting in the home of her sis ter Phyllis Brause this week Decorah Junior High Complete Student Voting The student body at the Decorah Junior High school has completed its elections to the student coun cil positions for the present term Officers of the student body are William Gary president Peter Torvik vice president and Bar oara Johnson Homeroom representatives to he council were elected Sept 26 1967 All present eighth and ninth grade rooms had carryover mem s from last year All seventh graders on the council are new members Those members of the junior ligh student council whose terms expire Jan 1 1968 are Paul Elling son Daniel Sand Beth Ulring Carol Reitan Laurel Gericke Terry Taylor Debra Lansing Mi chael Adams Nancy Rima Steve lexon Teresa Thompson Renee Moen Lisa Cote Joyce Akre and Jane Anderson Homeroom representatives whose terms expire May 31 1968 are Corrine Knutson Helen Dahl en Kevin Anderson David Sunde Mike Henely Richard Gray Tim Martinson Mary Hovda Scott Es trem Diane Wicks Jayne Neu bauer Arnold Larson Kerry Feuerbach Kurt and Rick Hovda REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE The First National Bank OF OELWEIN IOWA IN THE STATE OF IOWA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTO BER 4 1967 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMP TROLLER OF THE CURRENCY UNDER SECTION 5211 US RE VISED STATUTES ASSETS Cash balances with other banks and cash items in process of collection 126589916 United States Government obligations 301672896 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 144556363 Other Securities 3050000 Loans and discounts 702P61935 Bank premises furniture and fixtures 33555809 Other 93193 TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations 464704032 Time and saving deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations 688604443 Deposits of United States Government 13453315 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 33381861 Deposits of commercial banks 918607 Certified and officers checks etc 6123124 TOTAL DEPOSITS a Total demand 518580939 b Total time and savings deposits 688604443 TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common par value 25000000 No shares authorized 12500 No shares outstanding 12500 Surplus i 50000000 Undivided profits 26128964 Reserves 4165763 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 105294727 TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS MEMORANDA Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of 15510865 I Harold Ziegler Cashier of the bank do hereby de clare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief Harold Ziegler Cashier We the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this re port of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct Charles B Chambers R L Jipson Directors t H Mulder
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