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f ?-Algona Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 20, 1948 Lakofa Seniors Present Class Play April 23 Lakota - The senior class play. "Be Your Age", will be presented at the school auditorium Friday, April 23, and a matinee will bo Riven the afternoon of April 22 for the school pupils. Janice Shavlrr is directing the play The commencement, speaker will he the Hev. Reuben Youngdahl of Minneapolis, Minn. Adopts New Constitution The Cemetery Association met at the town hall last week Tuesday evening with Frank Lewis, president, presiding. The now constitution and by-laws were adopted and will be printed in the Lakota TUvrd this week. Courtesy For Visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Hoetland enlei-Uiined at. dinner April K in honor of their son Merle and wife, wlui recently returned from Lon.n Beach. Calif. Other guests were Mrs. Edith Dundas. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hectland and Eugene Wirtjes. The honorees left the 10th for Chicago where Merle is attending a trade school. Auxiliary Names Delegates Mfsdames Eldon Hectland and lirrold Kopppn entertained the Legion Auxiliary last week Mon- ilnv evening. Pauline Miller was nam-il as the delegate to Girls' State. Mrs. I. E. Wortman gave a i epert on child welfare. At a re- rent meeting of the Legion Post. Du k Ravn was chosen to attend Roys' State, sponsored by the local Legion post. 4-H Boys Hear Feed Talk. The Lakota 4-H boys- met with Leonard Anderson last week Monday evening with 11 boys present. Floyd Lange gave a talk on choice of protein feeds. Lunch was served. hospital in Excelsior Springs, Mo., after a ten day visit at the parental home. Mr. and Mrs, Rex Po\vers of Raycnwood, Mo., spent last week visiting the John Cooks. Rex is a nephew of Supt. John Cook. Emma Gutknocht, Mrs. C. A. Gulknecht and Mrs. J. H. Warburton drove lo Mason City Saturday. Jcanetto Knulson, local beauty operator, accompanied a girl friend from Rake to a beauty convention at Des Moines April 10th. Mr. and Mrs. Arend Swalve drove to Des Moines Saturday, April 10. to visit friends and relatives. Mesdames Robert Hamilton and Alton Anderson drove to Rochester last week Tuesday taking Mrs. Hamilton's little son for a loot treatment. Mr. and Mrs. George Hectland spent Thursday evening visiting the J. II. Warburtons. Mrs. Harry Rosenau celebrated a birthday last week Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckets, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz were supper guests that evening. W. S. C. S. Meets Mesdames J. H. Warburton and j Lottie Eisenberger were hostesses f ihe Methodist W. S. C. S. at .Mrs. Warhurton's last week Wednesday afternoon with the vice president, Mrs. Edward Ha.uge presiding. Following the business meeting Mrs. Harry Mussman had charge of devotions and the lesson. At the close of the meeting the Rev. LaBue took a picture of the group which he will enlarge and present to Mrs. Eisenberger as a going away gii't from the society. Girls' Glee Club Wins The high school girls' glee club won a number one rating at the district music contest Saturday. April 10. Personnel: Jane Bmidt. Helen Sten/el, Frances Christ. Patsy Miller, Tressie Schaumberg, Marilyn Meye.r. Jennie Swalve. Luverta Heidecker; Bet- tv Lou Miller. Lois Leslie. Doro- thv Winkelnuin. Charlene Sehrn- eder, Geneva Hans, Pat Murray. Lor'Uta Miller. Deloris Kiemtx. Margaret Chi ist is pianist anil Mrs Wilson director. Last week Sunday afternoon visitors at the Leonard Christ's WTO Messrs, and Mesdames Fred Christ. Walter Sohn and Henry Boettcher. Bernard Eichenberger returned last week Sunda> to the veterans Herman Kahlers Of Bancroft Wed 52 Years, April 11 Bancroft -Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ktihler Sr., of Bancroft, c'olchratecl their 52nd wedding .inniversary Sunday, April 11, \vith a dinner at their home. All ol tin 1 children were present. They are: Mr. and Mrs. Loo Godio and family of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kahler of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kahler and family of Buffalo Cente.r t Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kahler and family of Burl, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kahler Jr. and family of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Krapp of Rock ford. Iowa, are visiting at the home of Mr. Krapp's sister Mrs. John Kockler of-Bancroft. They are also visiting at the Harold Hamilton and Martin Krapp homes. Charles Quinn of Bancroft and Dale Younyburg of Algona went to Canada Wednesday to buy cattle. They expect to return in a week or ten days. Bobby Mousel of Fort Dodge is visiting at the home of his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox. Mrs. N. J. Schiltx returned from the Holy Family hospital at Estlu.Tville last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welp went to Iowa City Friday where Mr. Welp will go through the clinic. Jake Wolf who has been a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville is staying with his daughter Mrs. Bert Quinn of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sudmeir of Minneapolis, Minn., are visiting v.'ifh friends at Bancroft. Doctor Egan was at Rochester last week for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goche and family and Margaret and Char- 'cs Quinn went to Lone Rock to help celebrate Barbara Quinn's birthday. Barbara is the daughter o!' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Curly, Quinn of Aim-s were visitors at the Jack Ouinn home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Lester DeBolt had as guest Thursday Harold DoBnlt of Belle Plain, Minn., cousin, of Mr. DeBolt. RI-MTVP Di^lrii-l Nil. 7 State No. 7 Hcnnrt n| Condition oj IOWA STATE BANK :ii the <•!.>.•;,• o! IIUMMCVK Apnl ]:>., lli-IB, ;i State banking insti- n'.im/id ,md imrnitm'K unilei- the liiinUiii!! IH'AS uf this State and a oi the !-Yciei.i! He f .eivi> S'.sirin I'uhlished in arcurdniicf with a call in. Me l>\ the St. lit- Ll.iiikni'' AtilhuiMie-, .uul !>•, the federal Reserve Hank of tin Hist rift ASSETS 1 c.iMi. balanffs with otln-i hanks. n,i huni.i 1 lese'-ve balance 1 , and i-.i;.li ilein.s in ;nnfess ol .-iillei •< nn i .. . .... $ 1 ,.182.201 .0!) L> rinted Slater f5u\ ei nnieni obi ma I 'on .- . ilire'/l and Ruaranli.-ed . . U.lfi.l.3!ll.;>7 I: OMuui'.ions ol SI. lies and ;io!ilii-.il Milidivisions - .. .. 432.987.45 'ilati- .'.lork.'i 'inelndlnij A I ."ilHKHI Mi.'-k nl F'ederal Reserve Baptismal riles were held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at. the St. Thomas' Episcopal church for Leila Louise Richter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. El wood Richter, with the Rev. Dale Cossand of Spencer officiating. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lin- cleman and Betty Drayton. Only the immediate family wfls prsent. Mr., and-Mrsi W. H. firandow and their-daughter Mrs. Harvey Larson, of Hurt, spent several days last week at Cedar Rapids with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bran- clow, their son and daughter-in- law. Lloyd manages a drug store there. His wife is tine former Doris Sorenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sorcnson, former Algonians and Mr. Sorenson had the present Tigges drug store. Mrs. William Carney spent from Sunday till Wednesday with her son-in-law and daughter llr. and Mrs. Harvey Nichten at Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman spent Tuesday at Dos Moines with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Kinkki. Sherrie Kay, daughter of the Kinkkies, returned with her grandparents and will remain here till her parents tome to get her. Mrs. Ralph Tice returned last Tuesday from Johnstown, Colo., where she had spent three weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Riches. Beecher Lane went to Manchester Friday to bring home Mrs. Lane who had been there visiting their respective families the Irl Lanes and Mrs. Nellie Harvey. Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Dc-lbert Covell, the former Alic Potter, at a hospital at Minot, N. D. Surviving relatives are hoi 1 brother Bert Potter at West Bend, Dan Potter at Sidney, Mont., and sisters Mrs. Gayle Coley of Ada, Minn.. Mrs. Warren Kelley and Mrs. Mae C'ollin- son of Clarksville, Term. Mr. and Mrs. Covell were married in Iowa in 1896, later moving to Granville, N. D., where Mr. Co- veil died in 1917.... A daughter Mrs. Albert Lee, died in l!)3(i. Mrs. Covell will be well remembered by the older residents here. Lorraine, Vicua and Louie Bock of Sioux City were recent guests of Mrs. Alice Duryea. They arc sisters and brother and the Misses Brock formerly lived here Mrs. W. C. MacDougall, of Winona. Minn., visited briefly Thursday at the Mrs. Elsie Cady home. Several years ago the family lived in the Cady apartment, moving from here to various points in Minnesota where Mr. MacDougall was sent by the Botsford lumber company with whicji he is still associated and permcnantly located at Winona; The son Bob, now eighteen, will be graduated from high school this spring. Mrs. MacDougall, ac- hank' ..... I 'i. in.-, and diM-imni-. . ineliidiin; >7 ,'.<> M n\ erdrai tsi . . . . '.'.ink ."IrmiM-s i iv. 'led SIS. 0110 Illl luii:ilule ,i:nl I'lXUll'cS $2.000.00 TOTAL ASSK'l'S LIABILITIES b -in. mil de:"ivMs nl individuals, p. 111 n. i MII|>. and e cirporatkniK Time de'H.s'ts ol n, di'. iiin.il' i/ai Inei '.hip.-., and eurpui-;il ions Deposit.- oi t'ln'cd Stales (.'n,\i • nii.eni ' nu lucling postal savniK.si I), PMMI.-. nl Sl.i'e, and iioli:.-..! MiKIn IMOIIS ' usii.s in hanks , K'irr dipoMIs ii-eililied and ollifei- i h.-eks. elf i TOTAL IJKI'O.SITS CAPITAL Capil.il ACCOUNTS .4.500.00 . 823,936.36 - 17.000.00 $5,!l25.10ti.l7 $ 5. OHO. 722.57 7.334.01 5,38!).!)!! 5liO,188.17 41.414.49 -I,!)03.!l8 S 5,li!l!).!t53.20 $ 50.000.00 loo.ooo.oo 75,152.07 S 225.152.1)7 $ 5,1125. lOfi. 17 Food Sale Ba Entertainment and Lunch 8 P.M. Doan Church Menu Homemade Bun-burger and Pickles-15c Pie-lOc Cake—5c Coffee—5c Sponsored by DOAN W.S.C.S. UA.1U' . . L'I Undivided pioiils 29 TOTAL CAl'lTAl. ACCOUNTS 30 TOTAL I.IAI'.II.ITIKS AMI) CAIMTAl. ACCOUNTS .. t This bank's f.ipjhi! OJMSIM> ol Coinnuin siii'-k with lol.il pai value ol $50,000.00 I. II. I, Ciilmoie. c.r.hiei. oi Hi . ai HI\ e-n,.nied hank, hereby cerlily that the the above slalement is tine lo ( he hcsl ol' inv knov.'ledge and belief. II I. Cilniore. Cashier Corvefi AltesI M II Falkenhainer H II. Miller, J A.' H.-iggard. II. R. Cowan, 1, E. Linn. in, J. C. Maudslev, IJi'.i-lois. (Seal) State ul Iowa. Countv ol Kossnth, -s: Sworn tu and .subset ibed beloie me- tins 15th day of April. 1048. (Stall Louise Mat-Unison, Notary Public. Dislncl No. 7 State- No. 72 . SECURITY STATE BANK <il AlKuiKi, Iowa, at Ihi- I-IO.SL- of IIUMIHSS April 1^. 1!MI), a State hanking institution or^ani/ecl and npi.'rai ing undrr Ihc h-uikin.n lav,:; of this Stale and a mem- 'd in .-ic<.-oi dance with a call made Ihe Federal Reserve Bank of this . ber olv the Fecli-ral Heservc Svsti'in by Ihe Stale Hankinf; A-.Mhunlics and ! District. ASSETS 1 C'a.sh, balances will) other hank;,, incliuhTK--, reserve balance, and cash iU-niH in :>ioees.s of colleelion . . ... . .$ Sl07.058.03 2. United Slates (lovernment ohliMaliuns. direci and guaranteed 1 , -193,99!). G6 5 C'ornoraU- slocks i including s.'i.UDO.OO slock of Federal Reserve. bank i . _____ ----- ...... 3.000.00 G. Loans and discount.', linchidinM S2.'i2.2H overdrafts) _......_ ...... G^O,9U2.1ii 7 Hank 'irernises owned ill). 500. till, lurnuurc and fixtures $2.000.00 12,500.00 12.' TOTAL ASSF.TS ........... -------------- $3,057.540.85 LIABILITIES i:i. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations. $ 2. 270.714.85 1-j Time ileposHs ol iiidividuals. partnerships.- and corporations-..- 23.325.29 16 Deposits of Stales and nolilical subdivisions . ---- ----- ..... 512,934.37 17.' Deposits of banks .. ....... - ....... 45.201.78 18 Other de-iosits icertniecl and oMici-is' checks, etc. I ---- ...... - 82,4ib.42 1!)' TOTAL DEPOSITS . S 2,!M -1,652.71 2-1 TOTAL LIABILITIES mot including subordinated obligations shown belowi . ................ -------- $2,934.652.71 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,,= ,-.... ,|i^i» - _____ S 50.000.00 JO. capital -- ..... ...... - * en nAn nn °G Surplus - - _____ ______ 50.ooo.oo 12 : TOTAL^c^iTAL Ac-muNTs - .^.i! :::::::::. * 30 TOTAL LIABILl'HES AM) CAPITAL ACCOUNTS... --------- $ 3,057,a49.8a "This bank's capital consists ol : Common stock wi'h total par value of $50.000.00 We C B Mui'tagh, Pix-sideni. Frank Kolilliaas, Vice-Pres. and E. A. Schem- eJ Cashier, of the above-named hank, herebv certify lhat tlie above, statument iu'nMi«< tu the best of our knowledge and beliei. u tint to mi ots t . ( , B MURTAGH Pl . esiden t FRANK KOHLHAAS. Vice-President E:. A. SCHEMEL. Cashier - D - c - Hutehison ' M nm -. v c ; pmpartied by -her father > Fred Tubbesing oi • Mason City,'Were eh route' to Cherokee and Humboldt to visit friends, ( Mrs. Melvin Knoll and Sofia Dennis Lynn and Terry came Friday from Baltimore, Md., to attend the wedding Sunday > oiE Mrs. Knoll's brother "Bud" Anderson and Katherine Schoby. She 'expects to be here three weeks. , Mrs. Fred Maflin is expedied quite soon from Melbourne where she :has spent the 'winter \vlth her son-in-law and'daUghter Mr. and Mrs. Jambs Po'wers; Mr.'and Mrs. LeRoy Gilloth who have been living in her house, are moving into a Shackelford tenant house. .'' Mrs. Bushnell began work Monday at the Tigges drug store'. Mrs. W. H. Sharp) her sister Margery Paxton, of Storm Lakp Mrs. John Haggard, Mrs. Fred Kent Sr., spent from Monday till Wednesday at Minneapolis, a combination business and pleasure trip. Lu Verne Mrs. Bernard Wolf is in Ro- chcKlor, Minn., with her Jnbther Mrs. Kli/abeth Klassie of Renwick, who underwent major surgery at a hospital there recently. Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Schi- : GORGEOUS DESIGNS - .. .she will proudly display... bearing the mark lhat everyone knows stands for the lines! in rings ... a SHARP'S JEWELRY your partner. ., and then your Pattern Your choice of a Sterling pattern is made for a lifetime,too. Fora wise investment select z pattern that bears the Signature of Prestige in Sterling — Towle! This beautiful solid silver is rich in tradition, promises a lifetime of beauty — yet it is not expensive! A six- piece place setting can cost as little as $22.50 including 20% Federal Tax. JEWELRY ull attertderj the funefal of"-Mr. .jchipull's- uftcle August ' Hoffman ih K6ifwick v Thursday, Mr. and''Mrs, ^'drlart doeririit'g and sons Craig and Dennis of Dos Moines came to-visit at the homo'of Mrs. Goehfing's parents Mr. and Mrs, Arthur' Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Herman tiron- bach and Mr, 'and ' Mrs. Prank Qronbach went to Spirit Lake Friday noon to fish over Saturday,. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Feltis and Miss Genie Potter visited at the home of Mr, and Mrs. William Bigings ; Thursday everting; 'Mrs. H.TV Bluffier attended the funeral bf Mr,3. Mary Calleson held in the Lutheran church in Renwick Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Hat'old Daries and family of'Armstrong were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Lux, Mr. Daries is a brother of Mrs. Lux, Mrs. Elmer Egli of Manson visited her daughter Mrs. Edward Liridebak Wednesday. William Kollasch of Minneapolis spent the weekend visiting friends here. Mh Kollasch owned and operated a pool hall here several years ago. Mrs. J. A. Nels<jn and daughter Mrs. Merlin Baker and son Bruce spent a few days at ttte home of their daughter and sister Mr. and Mrs. George Swartz in Ames. i i i".' «, . MrS. ' Einvin • Buff ardl niM daughters, 6t Lihle:S&in^:xtflre Fec'ent visitors at the ttbhie bf Her mother Mr3. Mabel fhom'psftn. lYeda Pergande who has been ill with scarlet fever at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Aug' u'st Pcsrgatide has recovered and has returned to LeMars where she is employed. Merlin and Cecil Baker, accompanied by . their bfbther-in- law Walton DeWitt of Sode arid Al Porter of Fb'rt Dbtlge Have returned' after spending several days.fishing.. Mr, and Mrs. Chris Hertdrick- son of Fort Dodge were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Von Draska. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Marty recently attended the wedding of Harriet Dobberstem of Buffalo Lake, Minn. Miss Dobberstein is a friend of Mrs. Marty. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bierma and two sons of Nevada were re^ cent guests of Mrs. Bierma's .parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger in Livermore. They were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James 1 Trauger southwest of Lu Verne. » Betty Dimlcr, employed in Des Moines, is visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler. Johnny Schmidt is now em- Kossuth Conservationists! Annual Meeting And Election Will Be Held Friday, 3 P. M., April 23 '"* Basement Meeting Room At The Hotel Algona MINERAL- VITAMIN GRAIN BALANCER this wsy, Jow cost JL feedmg nwwpd to solve your feeding pr<?jjjem, Pojf- centrate suppliga proteins, minerals, vitamins'—a total of 25 vital ingredients to balance your home grains. •FREE'l Ask <fjji for our ! valuable free ^ feeding bulletin tltpt tdU how £ to mix balanced f<30* at low™ est cost with Foxc|atrate. H, R. Zumach & Son Geo.H, Meyer, Agent Whittemore and Surrounding Territory Carload Just Received! 0-20- FIRT Car 2-12-6 Due In ALGONA FLOUR & FEED So. Phillips St. Phone 25*7 -- Give It New Life -- / MOTOR OVERHAULING & BRAKE REPAIRING * We do all types of car repairing ;••. .&*• v ^\ •-«*:•; v >.',. ; ;.'> ployed at the Phil Llchty -hftfd- ware s'tqte.; 1-Ie began Sis' naw duties MdWBfly.> Johhrly formirlv 1 was employed at the Waitef Mef- ' MM., Edwin ttansol- rtciit vw- • ilotti at the horrte of Mrs. HahSel- mart'3 sistefaftd.family the-Gcr-. hardt Sblea .{P. tlaftkato, ;Minn. _ Vnlue 1304.00 1.7HO.OO 100.00 oo.on Butcher Hogs CaHlS Wtilk Cows Heifers, 2 yYB. 7 ~old ~II.i 4 Heifers, 1 yr. old -—-- 7 Heifer calves : Heifer calves . _ Bull _-_;—,.——,-..-- 1 Black Steers 1 . Black Steers'.: Butcher Sfefir3 . Horses and Mules Horses :.. ,2 Mules _ ; j.i „ —„—•, 2 Chickens .—... 204 Total ,. 100.00 . 255.00 $ -tOlfl.OO 2 2 200 H*?6frah u d"irtVeni6iy""oY"qVaitt""snd farm Produce (Schedule No. 2) McnS lire Corn «,., i Bu. Onls ____^.Bu. Ensilage —ToM Ground Feed ._ - -Bit. Hay—Alfalfa Ton Strnw ...._, Ton Total $ From Last Report No. 55pO 2000 ino 20 14 10 No. 3800 2000. mo 20 11 10 On Valtie B.500.00 1,400.00 1,080.00 20.00 350.00 30.00 S 8.380.00 Implements (Schedule No. 3) Value ,Begin- ARTIC.LE nfn Farm machinery and Sur> > -$ 4V Total ..„:„„„„... _:___. , $_; 4,423.00 , /. Housshold and Kitchen Fixtures (Schedule No. 4) " Value Begin- ARTICLE nlng Vr. Kitchen Equipment $ 2,429.00 Dinning Room __ '448.00 Bedding & Supplies - .. 2,206.00 Total „.„ —I.—.. -i .-. $ ,5,083.00 $ Pantry Supplies and Fruit (Schedule No. 5) Potatoes, 200 bu. ... - $ Potatoes, 20 bu, (seed) ... .. ; —— Carrots 2 bu, $4.00,'onions 3 bu, $3.00, 1 buj pop corn $10.00.. Cabbage 350 Ibs.' ¥70.00. 19 gal. fard $40.00 -Pork 190 Ibs. $45.00, 176 tits, pickles $88.00. 2320 qts. Fruit & Vegetables -- - -.-20 bu. turnips $40.00, 2 bu. squash $10.00, 5 bu. apples $20.00... 3 dust mops $3.00. 2 heavy brushes $3.00, 11 brooms $11.00 31 gal.. Insecticide $02.00, 9 bars soap .65, 5 gal. liquid soap 5 gal. scrub Soap $5.00, 1 Bbl. soap powder $41.00, 10 cans Sunbrighl $2.25 ' J!f. | .'. 3 cans lye/OOcVl gal. bleach $1.00, ',4 bbl. water softener.--.. 30 gal. boilcr'"compound 5 gal. floor Wax .- - ._ . _. „ w/ •- Total ---„-, --— '., '.—-1 'J~. —$ ...r-;:T Miscellaneous! (Schedule No. 6) TranstornWTOnd Electric Wiring to House - $ Telephone; ...lilno nnd New Insulators. 2,628.00 250,00 720.00 30.00 264)0. 250.WQ 60.00 '. 45.00 510.00 flb.oo . ,80.0P .' 325.00 n,2M.OO Ilnijd, , - viilub '$ -0,080.00 2,000.00 , 1,D80.00 ' 32.00 275.00: 50.00 $ 10,417.00 ValUo End a! Year $ 3,240.00 $ 3,240.00 Value' End of Year $ 2,414,50 471.25 2,183.00 $ 5,068.75 200.00 10.00 17.00 110.00 133.00 70.00 17.00 70.15 48.25 Ifi.GO 00.00 20.00 1,507.00 150.00 Water Sj/Sjern -....-.--'II"'IIIIII""llIII"I"I"C"-Z s.ooioo X' posts ----250 Fenc"eV«*£oSts — ._•„ i...-. fi2.r>0 Fruit GJiV'eyi . 700.00 Crosco liight .& Power share 425.0(1 Slewnrt'sKOfflCe Equipment ' 115.00 TritaT '_£'-" -.—„..' ..... .. $ 4.617.50 •','••<;Value of County Farm and Imnroverhenls (Schedule No. 7) Counly.tfttrm,(exclusive of Impi-ovements 240 acres at S11G. per acrc.-$ 27,840.00 House, Valtte'i.al $43,500 _. .'. 43,500.00 Barns, valued ni $3.000 _ 3,000.00 Other b.tilldings and improvements, Double corn crib and Granary 2,450.00 Hog House,'$l;060.00, Silo $915.00. Hen House' $575.00 2.550.00 Cattle Shed-flSO.OO, Straw Shed $75.00, Machine Shed $250.DO_.* 475.110 Garage $350.00; 2 Steel Bins $185.00, 2 Brooder Houses $200.00 735.00 Total ._'.. $ 80,550.00 Recaplliulatlon oi Inventories (Schedule No. 8) Summarizing totals of Schedules 1 to 7 inclusive) Present value, live stock (Schedule 1) ;..$ 9,26-4.00 Present value, grain and farm produce (Shedulc 21 10,417.00 Present value, farm machinery (Schedule 3) 3.240.00 Present value, furniture (Schedule 4) . 5.01)8.75 Present value. pantrifc*upplies and fruit (Schedule 5) . 1,567.00 Present .valuej miscellaneous (Schedule 0) . '. ... _ . . 4,G17.!5() Present value; farm and improvements (Schedule 7) . 80,550.01) Total value at end of yenr 1947 1 _; $114,724.25 Expenditures (Schedule No. 9) _ , ' (Totals from Steward's Record of. Expenditures) Salary of steward . ... * 1,81584 Other help' _J . . 385434 Repairs II.I._IIIIIIII '615171 Light, fuel and water .. „ 1,24208 Provisions .. 3.836:14 Clothing _ 448>42 Medical expense ._ . . 41250 Machinery __ "._ __ _ 80073 Stock purchased _ ~" ] 01528 Grain purchased ' 2308'70 Insurance, --, .:• " . "1 19260 Other expense _ III I IIII~II"II "I""_~ 1,095 70 Permanent improvements _I~II~I~. II BIO 31 Total expense ,-..--__ Jl.III'I "L'.$ 18,25435 Receipts (Schedule No. 10) (Totals from Steward's Record of Receipts) Stock sold _. _• . •„„;.__;• $• 11.625.88 Cream Sold ._, __._i_ ... .... 3,802.00 AAA . 3000 PoultryiA, Eggs Sold * . -.-.L.JJ.J''i ..< "V'.. ; .-'... '._--'- ~ .382,64 From Inmates Paupers . j .1 ' "-jjf '• . ' J" 7 " " ''24000 From Inmates—Insane.. .—---_--_J.i.'i^'-'-I--".^ IIH "" '•'• 2,339.47 Miscellaneous . '"•'• ^ . ..* ,". *^ ' ,710 Total receipts -----,-—."I.-IIIIIIZI-II--IZCIIIIIIIIIII$ 18,407!l5 Financial Statements . • . Expenditures (Schedule No. 11) Inventory January 1. 1947 (A) ._ ..... $11035740 •Expenditures (total Schedule 9) .. 1B'254'35 Net profit for year (C) ..I. " 451965 Total (Fj ,._ ,._.„_•_ ......I-.I.II$l33',13r.4C Financial Statement „ . Heclpls (Schedule No. 12) Receipts (total Snheriiile 10) •_ $1840715 Inventory December 31. 1947 (B)...__ ..IIII J14I72435 I ' Iotnl ' (G) --.-__„_-__» —_----—_•___ __ _ _ S113 111 40 1 Record of Inmates Pool- No, in home January'1, 1947 . . 12 No. received during year 1947 r II.IIII.IIII 5 Total . IHIIIIIiri 17 ' No. dischaTged; during year 1947 " 3 ': No. removed during year 1947 .. " No. died dUfihg-year 1947. "" No. In home December 31, 1947 15 Average No. for year 1947 , , IIIl4 Insane 32 2 34 3 33 31 Total 44 51 (i None None 4)1 45 SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF BOSELLA VOIGT. TREASURER OF KOSSUTH *, '" ^""« • , •- COUNTY, IOWA For the Period from June 1, .1947. to December 31, 1947, Inclusive Statement of Accounts by Funds Balance • , ,}. ,'V,^ June 1,1947 Receipts' Motor VeblclSj $138,389.76 $ 80.432.58 Use Tax.Uiki ... .... 2,184,47 19,103.60 Permanent; .School 6,969,38 3,495.00 Temporary ;-6chool 2,839.61 1,555.81 General., State., Revenue •_ 8766 Old Age Pension 102.57 Bovinq T. B. 5,425.40 General County ..,..' :__ 2902127 * UK SOTO — PJ.V1|OPTH W Service West of Court House Phone 091 x IJ, Ii, Advance Personal Tax I '. . 87742 County Cash Road Bond 2,602 - 83 Court Expense 1,213.16 County Poor - 104,092.45 County _, SehqpJ 1,32288 State Institution ... 8,57183 Soldier's Relief 588238 Bang's Diseas.e 2,069.85 Secondary Road Construction ... 532,39663 Secondary Road Maintenance 219,05307 Domestic Animal , 522185 Fair Grounds _. 3,695.21 Homestead Exemption Institute ...'.••_- I" 165.18 Primary Road Bond Redempt 75.00 School Districts Library 217.00 County Insane 7,790.97 707.13 44.37 31826 Union Slough ....... ... ..... . ...... Twp. ; Flre Equip. & Twp. Hall ____ Cemetery ____ _________ ..... . City Specials i ...... ..... ..... _____ I Corporation, Funds _________________ School Dist. Funds ____ ..... _______ Slate Insane _____________ ...... „ Drains— Balances --..—.. ...... ... Library ---------- ..... ... .......... State Pension ______ , _____________ Supt. House ________ .. . Total ----- ^... ..... . ..... . ..... $1,223,100.77 On hand June 1st, 1947 .. ........ "I* P * From Current Taxes 19 ._ 3,76167 19,271,18 10 oo 118,57069 2.99 3524 1047 363.72 • 3,007.34 63,360.21 200.47 430.53 1-1,310.00 1.7,148.99 U.756.46 25.01 287.77 133,630.07 141,630,74 229.50 1.723.64 73,573.75 • ,18.6.72 3,937.50 1,590.45 368.04 443.28 1.329.82 .. 11(1,53 38,879.21 268,309.04 42,360.44 40.39 47.7.91 300,34 Disburse- Balance ments Dec. 31. 1947 $ 971262,00 $121,560.34 16,949.05' 4.319.02 , 10,464.36 3,148.38 87 .G(i 449.27 ,. 1,247.00 . 2,131.87 79,258.99 1,139.90 56,268,87 14,056.81 13,631.48 1,435.59 485.93 218,738.69 289,612.26 448.17 5,101.21 73.573.75 2U4.20 3,956.25 991.41 438.16 1.384.57 - 109.38 36,031.55 252,366,54 25,862.27 42.35 456.64 200.43 $918,929.88 $1,186.029.68 17.02 6,300.87 13,122.40 1,077.89 2.U02.83 503.70 62,133.58 4,415.00 1,696.81 4,471.80 1.871.69 447,288.01 71,071.55 5,003.18 317.64 ^ 137.68 56.25 816.70 8,159.01 707.13 49.49 164.51 35.49 6,000.33 35,213.68 10.00 135,074.80 10.03 57.51 14.38 $946,000.95 From .Delinquent Taxes ....... " ----Penalty, Interest & Costs -" Drainage .Taxes . * City Specials ~ Highway Receipts I Gasoline Taxes " T : c Old Age Pension """" "". --'•— Use Tax . ** Motor Carrier __ ~ = Primary Road Bond Redempt II"""" " Cigarette Licenses _„*', "' ~ Beer Licenses Principal of School Fund-.—.^.II'III ' ———-,-—--,--._ Interest on School Fund .—;„;. ~ ; T " State Appropriation for Institute . ""• ----——•-— -— Sale of Motor Vehicle Licenses -— " T Fines from Clerk of Court- Fines from QtJier Officers _— II """" ~"~ Dc% Licenses - '.,.. ,i___ ._ ... Care of Patients a t State InsHtutions--IIIIIIIIIIIII""" T T "" 4fl g{-29 S a , r - e -°/JPA«?. nt ? Jl* County Institutions—- -..II-IIIIIIIII"" iloo 11,208'.5 1,840.01 289,31 16.CK 2,090.81 2.239.8! 41.4 73,573.7 -- - ,-—$1,223,100.77 443.272.20 1.997.61 2.069.0Q 33,607.29 116.53 211.94 118,274.02 363.72 19,103.40 1,644.10 3,937.50 700.0Q 525.0Q 3,495.00 1,555.81 . 44.95 80.432.58. 4,968.44 3,166.30 Sale of Produce County Farm ..,.. ---- ---—,.,.. sale of scjwoi Books '.:,*-.,:.,.:.:i.iiii ........ " .................... Fees from County Auditor.,.- .......... ."—"V.V.V ................. " Bees Jrora County Treasurer.,,, ______ .... ..... " ----- •> Fees from County Recorder ................. ~_ " .................... Fees from Clerk of District Court ...... .-.;.„., ""? " ---- " ..... Fees from Sheriff .............. * — —r ---- 1., ..... „ ...... Homestead Exemption ,.,._. ' ------ ' ---------Advance Personal Tax _'—,.: ....... „.!,! ...... r ....... " ........ *" .,. Other Transfers -,,'-_ ........... * ......... ...... ' ......... — Total Accounted for .............. "I":Z""; ....... ' ......... ~ State Treasurer's Receipts ... t ,".°: f .". County Auditors Warrants , ' -—.. T w,B«t,»i Drainaee Warrants, Bonds & Interest ."IIIIi; ' TV»-T "SI-gSfi-B Interest on Primary Rjsad ftgnfyi—."".'" ,^r."~'~ "** ^I'^i Homestead, ,EieB)ptlon""riIIIIIIII"I~IIII";J"*"" "—'— , JI'Mifi'S City Specials .„„* ,.„ ^^?[ T -~"""*j»w .' P-f'M Orders on Co. Treafc by tfyyt> n Q| ClttesI^^TOWns""!^"*';!" 38J)i§i

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