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IiiiiiiiiiiI1111iiiiiii1111111ii Persia News 7-11-89 SUMMER OUTING FOR 4-H CLUB Persia Satellites 4-WeTs, family and friends enjoyed a day at Adventureland in Des Moines, June 29. Those en- joying the summer outing were: Greg, Raymona, Jaime, Brenda, Jeremy, Bradley and Jennifer Crozier, Pat, Tomi and B.J. Honeywell, Rick, Connie, Ryan, Cassie and Brad Payne, Randy, Durelle, Jeremy an d Joshua Zacharias and John Jenkins of Persia. Diana and Helena RiBber, Mike Olsen and Jake McDermott of Neola; Michelle Wedel, Cindy and Monica RiBber of Minden and Tammy Bishop of Hancock. Persia Satellites 4-H Club members have been busy dur- ing the month of June ex- panding their knowledge. Brian Crozier attended the an- imal science roundup at Ames, June 26-29, while John Hithcoek attended the state 4-H conference there. Those attending a state 4-H camp at the Madrid Camping Center so far this summer are: Joshua Zaeharias,_"rt to a world of understanding" and Helena RiBber, "going fishing 1I." Those attending a one day Junior Camp at Portsmouth, June 24 were Brenda Crozier, Ryan Payne and Andrea Plambeek. Kenneth Daltons were Friday visitors of Dean Haweses. They left Saturday for their home in Lincoln. Dean Haweses visited at Duane Kemmishes Thursday eve. Everett Hesters' visitor Sunday afternoon was Jerry Elliff of Co. Bluffs. Henry Hullers were July 4th supper guests of Everett Hesterses. Elven Steenbocks hosted a potluck supper July 4th. Guests present were Gene Steenbocks of Topeka, KS.; Rev. and Mrs given Steenbock of Coos Bay, OR.; Ken Meyer family of Arlington Heights, IL.; Luster Steenbocks of Columbus, NE.; Mrs Dave Stilley and children of West Des Moines; Verl Arentsons of Harlan; Rev. Don Matthiessen of Greshamn, NE.; Mrs Lillie Matthiessen of Shelby; Roger Maensses and boys of Minden and Roy Iwens. Greg Steenbocks and Lora of Ida Grove were Monday overnight guests of given Steenbocks. Gene Steenbocks of Topeka, KS., spent from Monday until Thursday at given Steenbocks. Rev. and Mrs Elmer Steenbock of Coos Bay, OR., and Ken Meyer family of Arlington, VA., were Tuesday overnight guests at given Steenbocks. Friday night, Roger Carrigans attended the 35th class reunion at Bluffs Run in Co. Bluffs. 30TH ANNIVERSARY Thursday eve., Roger Carrigans of Persia; Gary Carrigans, Beth, Kim and Karla of Mo. Valley and Bob Books of Portsmouth enjoyed supper at a restaurant in Co. Bluffs for the 30th wedding anniversary of Roger Cardngtons. Bonnie Perdn, Lillie Miller and Elsie Martens attended the Auxiliary convention in Des Moines from Friday until Sunday. The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in Persia, Monday, July 17 from 1-6 p.m. John Iwens, Teresa and Jason of Davenport spent last week at Ruth Iwens. Tuesday they were barbecue supper guests of David Iwens in Omaha and sunday noon were luncheon guests at Roy Iwens. FAMILY PICNIC Roger Kriz of Minneapolis spent last week at George Krizes. Mrs Kriz came Saturday to join him. Sunday, all attended the Kardell family picnic at Avoca Park. A large crowd attended. Friday night, George Krizes were guests of Amy Collins for supper at a cafe in Omaha. Elven Steenbocks, Greg Steenbocks of Ida Grove and Verl Arentsons of Harlan at- tended the Royals baseball game at Omaha as guests of the A.A.L. Friday afternoon Lois Bradley and Sandy visited Jim Tredes at Underwood. Viola Foje is home after a visit with John Foje family at Thornton and her three sisters in Denver, CO. Stanley Nabbs of Omaha and Doug Nabbs of Fremont, NE., were July 4th guests of Paul McDonalds. Friday eve guests of Lois Bradley were Imcile and Helen Rogers. Sunday, Sonny Busch, Lois and Sandy Bradley visited Clarence Krohns at Shelby and Doug Busch family at Corley. Sunday eve guests of Henry Hellers were Alvin Hellers and Rich Hellers. The Rich Hellers had just returned home from Denver. Henry Hullers visited at Arlon Ullrichs at Logan. Steve Ullrich was also a guest there. Mrs Pearl Champlin spent a week in Co. Bluffs visited Friday and Saturday at Bernice Howe, s where Doug Howes of St. Louis were guests also. She also stayed a couple days at Lyle Cooneys and Monday overnight at Marty Campbells. Friday, W.J. Champlins and Mrs Pearl Champlin vis- ited Mulyn Hazard at Anita Home. Lucile Howe was a Wednesday visitor of Mrs Pearl Champlin. CELEBRATES IOOTH ANNIVERSARY OF CHURCH given Steenbocks attended church Sunday at Immanuel Lutheran Church of rural Charter Oak and had dinner there. The church is observing their 100th anniversary. Dean Haweses were Saturday supper guests of Alice Michael at Logan where Gladys Hawes of Hemmit, CA., was a guest also. Karla Pauley visited Milton Watsons Sunday eve. Milton Watsons enjoyed a barbecue and fireworks with Larry Watson family, July 4. 7-12-89 Friday afternoon guests of Mrs Gerald Tremel for her birthday were Mrs Kathryn Sonderman, Mrs Marcy Powers and granddaughter Amber Powers of Harlan; Mrs Lois Sonderman and daugh- ters, Stacie and Sam, Mrs Joie Marshall and Mrs Elmer Wageman all of Defiance; Marilyn Sonderman of Portsmouth; Mrs Pearl Schulte of Westphalia; Mrs Leona Buman of Harlan; and Mrs Jean Croghan and Brittany of Panama. Mrs Wageman brought the birth- day cake. ATTEND BRIDAL SHOWER Mrs Jack Stessman and Mrs Bill Stessman and Tiffany at- tended a bridal shower for Pam Anastasi at the Earling parish hall Sunday afternoon. Saturday afternoon, Diane Miller of Tunas, MO., called at Charles Mumms. Later, Mrs Mumm and her guest called on Lidwina Rau at Portsmouth. Jim Stephenses and girls of Dow City were Thursday afternoon visitors at Bill Greenwoods and Glenn Fosters. The Raul Alfonso family visited Mrs Alfonsoe's parents Dale Allders and Jerry Allders at Lincon July 4th weekend. A family picnic was held at Jerry Allders. Tuesday afternoon visitors of Bill Greenwoods were Evelyn Culver and daughter, Cynthia Bak and children, Drew and Alise. Bill Hanigan of Omaha was a weekend visitor at the parental Gerald Hangians. Leo Kramers of Omaha were last Sunday afternoon and supper guests of John Assmanns. Bill O'Days attended the wake for Marie Keairnes of Dow City at the Huebner Funeral Home at Denison I F Thursday eve. Mrs O'Day also attended the funeral on Friday. The deceased was her aunL ATTEND CATHOLIC YOUTH CAMP " Nicole Tremel and Jolene Eliott attended the Catholic Youth Camp at St. Thomas More Center at Lake Panorama Sunday through Friday of this week. Phil Freund family of Dew City were July 4 guests at Bill Greenwoods. Last Tuesday afternoon vis- itors of Walter Summerfields were Dick Hannys of Co. Bluffs and Mrs Ran Nelson of Omaha. Bob Owenses, Trent and Travis spent Independence Day with John Assmanns. Friday night, Charles Mumms and Alan attended a surprise birthday party for Martha Mumm at her home in Harlan. VISITING IN IOWA CITY Gerald Trethels and Todd visited Tracy Tremel at Iowa City Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Glenn Fosters Jr., Mark and Amy of Des Moines came Friday and spent the weekend at Bill Greenwoods with I Like a good neighbor, ; ;tawFarm is there. See me for car, home, fife and health insurance. STATE FARM I N S U R A N E Calf DICK DOTZLEFI ) Office: 755-5825 Home: 755-3298 513 Court, HARLAN, IA State Farm Insurance Compan)es Home Offices: Bloommgton, Ilhno)s i Glenn Fosters Sr. Walter Summerfields, Robert Royers of Co. Bluffs and Gladys Boone of Woodbine were dinner guests of Wahneeta McDaniels at Woodbine Sunday. The occa- sion was for the birthday of Mrs Royer. Fa SecA;PO -gA dan IA News Advertiser [ ri. morn., July 14, 1989 ] Phone 755-3111 jr ..f-- SUNDAY, JULY 16 * Home in Spacious Custom Mint condition, 6 year ok landscaped lot. Brick & wood exterior. Two bedrooms, 2 baths, large kitchen, pantry, laundry room,; cozy living room with stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings. Ceramic tile and Open stairs to 2 additional bedroomS, room below. Pella oak sic Two car garage & large below cost at $109,950. Rita CONTACT: Bob Kenkel 5615 Tucker Omaha, NE (402) 572-7441 OR: Sandy 6010 Hillsdale Ave. Omaha, (.402) 734-2979. FORM g9 .,vv .Alovv so) to.. w,,t.L, m,wA Semi-Annual Report of ....... __B000000y__M_ar00barn ..................... , Treasurer of .............. She3.by- ................... -County, F,, ,, t'*,;ed fom January t , 989 , to ...... June 30 , 19 89- , inclusive. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS BY FUNDS RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS Iowa . PUBLIC alance FUNDS _3_ .a_n, _ .1. 1989 General Basic 1,453,304.42 1,164 General Supplemental Rural Basic Rural Supplemental Secondary Road General Revenue Sharing Flood & Erosion .County Govt. Assistance Conservatlon-Land Acq. Communications Landfill Solid Waste Planning Disaster Services Assessor Aasessor-Spec. Appraisal Machinery & Equipment Homestead Cr. Replacement Elderly Cr. Replacement Agrl. Land Cr. Replacement Military Exemp.Replacement Drainage District #1 Drainage District #7 }!Drainage District #8 ,Drainage District #9 ..Drainage District #i0 ,,Drainage District #11 ,. .,Drainage District #12 Delinquent Taxes ..Mobile Home Fees Auto License ..Use Tax .Corporations ..District Schools Townships ..City Specials .Hospital Maintenance ..Area XI Community College .Area XII Community College 1,065,259.47 584 i 570.,418.90 556 33,516.39 59 468,850.69 .L70 27',861.42 1T, O30.37 . 95;,536.02 19!,396.26 64',135.32 I03!,230.23 i o.oo 1499.06 43,494.99 17,954.16 2( 770.87 0.00 0.00. 0,00 14780.86.! 274.94[ 799.95.! 623,57;i 117.16i 9627 292.11 855.00 0.00 i 0.00 Total to be Bo!once Auditors Receipts Disbur$cmenls Outstanding R E C E I P T S Amount D I S B U R S E M E N T 5 /l..oonted r June 30. 1989 Warrants ,093;441491,352.91 5561,483.96 1D921,868!95 16] 637.29 FromCorrentro,e,, e87 4,334,278,36 General Supplemental ' [ '" [ : FromDehnquentToxes 1986 ,ndp .... yeors 57I 824 00 Rural B ,990;441,127L409.341 728,120.97 399,288i37 176.29 , ), asic I } ] Penal w Interest and Cotts 401,067 00 Rural Su 1 665137 93!,181176. 446637.73. 48,544103 4 867.85 , " , : , . pp emental 271.25278,121,941,194L629.05 983!,492;89 57 988.65 Mobile Home Fees 17!,005r00 Secondary Road t ' l 551.22 3,412.64 2,762.64. 1,650t00 [ Mobile Home Fees-Apportioned 17,446; ,00 General Revenue Sharing 0.00 12,030.37 }245.85 111,784i52 I Use Tax (Motor Vehicles) 285!,488.73 Flood & Erosion 0.00' 951,536.02 ;827.30' 94i, 708.72 Sale of Vehicle Licenses 511!247150 County Government Assistance 519 4  19 i 915 68 i 0 00" 191 915 68 " S eclal Assessments '" 12492 C  ., , . i .. a t P " t  ommuniCations 5:597.73 116!,733.05 49!,699.09 67L033,96 2!481.95 General Basic 400,,886.34 Landfill 62 632,58 166,862.81. 44),376.40 122486.41 I 936.21 General Supplemental 2684183 Disaster Services I I 984.39 3,984.39 I 0.00 31-984 39 Secondary Road 1,069i196.42 Assessor 540151 S 039.57 6,207.43 21832114 1 965.82 General Revenue Sharing 2551122 Machinery & Equipment 310.51 I0 805,50 641,556.34.. 40L249116 3 532.07 Conservatlon-Land Acquisition . [519.42 Homestead Credit Replacement 24 696.70 Communications 16289.73 Elderly Credit Replacement 103,508.00 511 48851.63 285 12,185.02 596 8478075 275 1!866.36.. 37 60.83. 7 766.41 53.94 ! 75..71 742.54 4 575.13 2 387.50 20S 2@ 18 747.00 IE 0.00 25.00 14 0.00 0;00 0,00 0.00 0.00. 0.00 000. 72 440.00 72 17 4.46.00 17 247.50 614 ,488,73 334 ,605.6. 608 ,804602d60 ,31425. 39 124.92 186,752.29 194 672.53. 3 238.19. 3 ,Area Xlll Community College 252.06 -i01 387..77., 105 ,.County Agri. Extension . ,449.69 34r859.,04.. 36 ..Bangs & T. B. Eradication 43.00 II033.65. 1 Total . 4,258,991.83 1 12,707 .. " 8,448,560.23 696.70 20 !, 000.00 i " 346,001. 2 346J00 387,50 209387,50. 747,00. 0,00 805;86.1 274,94. 799,95: 623.57 11716 9627 292,11 855.00 .440.00 18i, 747,00. 0.00.. 14 805.86_ 000.; 000. 0.00.: 0.00. 0,00 0,00 [ 0.00. 72,440.00 ,446.00 17446.00 ,75550. 5471854.50_ ,340.36 2841117,39.. ,790.67. 598,197.98 ,585.35132 206.87 i 180,61 38 18575_ 518;70 191 726.47.. 313,90.. 3 639.83. 104 308.73 35 076.65. 1 552.06 8,273 0;00 0,00 0;00 0;0o 0oo 27494 799195 623]57 .. 11716 96i27 ,. 292,11 855J00 000 000 66 901200 50 22297 lO 59269 28 378.48 80675 ,: 3,73186 185.75 ! .. 0i00 . J 995.55_ 2,523215 . 725.88 .. i59 ,: 307..56. 634 . 220.22., 1,419"61 .. / 837.76 .. 470."97 062.67.. 13198 t ,=, Landfill Solid Waste Planning Disaster Services Assessor Machinery & Equipment Homestead Credit Replacement Elderly Credit Replacement Military Exemption Replacement Delinquent Tax Apportioned .... . ,o,. :t ": ..... 45882.58 Military Exemption Replacement 31,984.39 Delinquent Tax Apportioned 8.540.51..Mobile[. Home Fees Apportioned I59691 uto License Reitted to State 1,575.13 Auto License Retained by County 209,387150Use Tax Remitted to Sate 181,747.00 Use Tax Retained by County 25.00.Corporation 72,440.00 District Schools Townships City Special Assessments Hospital Maintenance Area XI Community College Area XII Community College Area XIII Community College County Agricultural Extension Bangs & T.B. Eradication 389.41 1, [91 Receipts Transfer to Funds Balance on Hand January I, Total Receipts 7,141,945.49 Disbursements 1,306,614.74 Transfer from Funds 1989 4,258,991 83 SalanceonHand June 30 1989 I 12,707i, 552.06 Total Oisbursement, 6,96 4,45 ....................... Hat l a_n_ ............. ,owo .......... _3 u..1 _ _1_0. ................. ,q.9-: ................... _Be _t:_t; y. _Hoxk[tm .................... T ......... i t ............  he_ .]-.y do hereby certify that the report given above Is a correct summary of the business transacted by me as said treasurer during the period thereJO