The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1946 · Page 10
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/^-V'tv^"^'ft^'')>'-r-'^rJ?^'\'-;— !'^'J:'j-.V7f;^ '? : r AtflONA PENTYRACEON LDYERNE SCHOOL'S NEW HONOR ROLL ' , LuVerne: The high school students on the honor roll for the 3rd six weeks and nlso for the first semester ore: Freshmen—Rosalyn Arndorfer, Henrietta Koeslor, filythe Larson, Marilyn Rnhm, Jolene Sanford and Betty Schulv. Sdphomores — Merlyn Swnnson, Geraldine Henderson, Dolores Lund, Barbara Meyer. Juniors— tkmald Thompson, Marilyn Niclson, Norma Ramiis, Elvern Thill, Genevieve Thompson and N;icline Wittenberg. Seniors — Itarlev Braytofi, Donnn Behncvt, .Im Schneider and Phyllis Swnnson. flan Card Parly— ' The Band Mothers club arc sponsoring a card party Monday evening, February 4 in Ihc gymnasium at 8 o'clock. 500, bridge and cfibbage will be played. In Texas Accident— .'. Friends here have received word fro m-Miss Clara Rector stating that she and Mr. and Mrs. H. p. Chambers all of Corvvilh, wore in an auto accident when they were enroute to Texas. Miss Reclor received a broken collar bone, Mrs. Chambers received cuts and taruis- ^S and Mr. Chambers was hospitalized with high blood pressure. DEDICATED to ~ I \ ^ /f Service •;." Our Pharmarisl dedicates Ins :.;' knowledge, skill anil years of •,? .experience to your service. •;- He. stands ever ready to help ; you. not only in your every- j- day drug needs, but to follow •your doctor's orders In the. letter. Whenever you need .• a prescription filled, depend on our Pharmacist. I Dtpcnd on US' for ACCL'RATH / i"-.',: Ohnesorge Drug Phone 318 5 E. State St., Alffona They are now visiting with relatives in Emporia,' Kansas. Auxiliary Bake Sale— The Women's Auxiliary of the American Legion will sponsor a bake sale on Saturday, February 2nd in the Legion hall. Hns Heart Attack- Paul Stahl was recently taken to a hospital in Algona, following a heart attack. Mr. Stahl is n farmer living east of town. Yard Manager tleslffiis— Robert Barnholdt, who has been mnnnger of the Thompson Yards for the past several months, has resigned his position and he will go to Des Moines to work for a cement company. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, were business callers in Fort Dodge arid Algona on Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Murray and two daughters Roberta and Patricia left recently for their new home in Pcoria, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley ntul Mar" jorio. Mrs. Anna Sankey and Jim Doak were Fort Dodge callers Wednesday afternoon. The Presbyterian Ladies Association met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Kubly. The afternoon was spent sewing. Mrs. DeRay Lichly and her daughter Dana of Mason Cilj spent n few days visiting at thn home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichly. Cpl. Kenneth Wittenberg of Ft. Leavemvorth, Kansas is spending a 16 clay furlough at the home of his parents Rev, and Mrs. Louis Wittenberg. Mr. and.Mrs. Art Riley and Marjorie and Jim Doak. were supper suiests Thursday evening at thi home of .Mr. and Mrs. Judd Ber- r.vhill in L'vermore. ' Mrs. Irvin Chapman of Des Moines spent the week end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman and also with her father and sisters in Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hot'were in Fort Dodsje Wednesday visiting their daughter, Mrs. Harold Tauter, and her baby son, Harold Dean. who are in the Lutheran hospital. Miss Lillian Meyer, a cadet nurse of Broadlawn hospital in Des Moines, began a six months course in nurses training on January 1st in the Cook county hospital in Chicago. Lillian is a junior student, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith, Mrs. Georgia Smith, Mrs. Herbert Smith, Howard Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith went to Britt Sunday to attend a Smith family reunion which was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noonan. MEN'S CLUB MEETS ATLOTTSCREEK Letts Creek: The Men's club met, Monday evening, Jan. 21, in the school basement, with Ed Wichtendahl and Alf. Wittkopf on the serving committee. After the business meeting cards were being played, and high prize whs won by Fdrdie Mittag, low by Doc. Kressiti and travel prize by Herb Potratz. Wm. Bell and daughter Wilma of West Bend visited Monday, Jan. 21, with the Ed Wichlen- clahl and Elmer Pijahn families. Mrs. Herman Hihtz visited With Mrs. Herbert Potfjatz .Monday evening, Jan, 21. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes of Austin, , Minn., visited at the Herman Hinlz's and the John Kohhves's Monday, Jan. 21. The following from here attended the Wedding Thursday at Whittemore of Bertha Potfatz and Loron Barker. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Polratz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratfc and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wihnar Wichtendahl and family and'Martin Potratz. Mrs. Frank Schumacher of Whittemore was at Mrs. Clnra Pompe's for a few, days helping with butchering. Jerry Snrohgs. West Bend, visited at Elmer Pijahn's Monday hieht. , • Mrs. Harrv Thil?es of Irvington spent a feU' days > at Albert Kressins : helping care for her mother, who, was... sick with a sore.on hef leg. The fallowing helped Jbhrt Schflliin celebrate hef birthday Tuesday evening, Jan22: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sehal- lin, Algona; Mrs. Frank Schit* macner, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. BoeHchor, Mr. an'd Mrs. Don Kadig and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag arid Grandma, Mr. and Mrs. Rein We'tic-t and family, Mrs. Clara Porripe, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Potratz and family,-Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zurhach. Five hurl* dred Was played and prizes •Went to Frank Schallin and Mrs. Carl Zumach received high. Low, Mrs. Clara Pompe and Carl Zumach. Lunch was served later in the evening. Mrs. John Kohhvcs has been laid up with lumbago for the last week. Monday evening, Jan. 21, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer visited at the Gus Kraus homo, Mrs. Krause is getting along good, but is still confined to bod. Mrs. Anna Meyer, Fenton, is caring for her. Irvin Mittag drove his brother Ferdie to Truesdalo Thursday, returning the smile evening. Ferdie accompanied his brother Hugo to Des Moines Friday. Visitors at the Art Zumach home Thursday evening in honor of Arts' birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Zumach, Whitte* more. Mrs. C. Peters and Mrs. Edw. Luedlkc and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach. The Donald I';adigs rind Hie H. F. Mittags helped with butchering at the John Schattin's Friday. - < .'; MS'HftfNES, S/ MAL4RIA TO BUR! VETERAN Cattle Hides! CALF SKINS HORSE HIDES HOG SKINS SHEEP PELTS We Pay HIGHEST PRICES Clagg Hide & Fur Co. Operating Under New Management 301 Central Avc. Ft. Dodge, Iowa Do Not Confuse Us With Any Firm of Similar Name As I have rented my farm, I will hold a farm sale at my farm located 5 miles south of Algona on Highway 169; or C miles north of St. Joe; or 2Va miles southwest of Irvington, on Sale Starts at 1:00 O'clock ay, February 4 Lunch Wagon on Grounds 53 Head of Livestock 53 12 Head of Milk Cows -12 3 registered Holstein cows; 2 registered Holstein heifers, 6 mos, and 18 months old; balance high grade Holsteins and Brown Swiss; 6 cows fresh, balance heavy springers. Butterfat herd average in 1943 was 467 Ibs., '43 being last year of testing. 30 Head of Short Yearling Feeder Cattle 20 Herefords. 10 Mixed. 2 - Head of Horses - 2 1 black gelding ,8 years old, wt. 1600; 1 black gelding, 10 years old, wt. 1600. 5 - Ewes - 5 Machinery F-20 tractor, 1938 model, on new rubber with lights; F-30 tractor on 2 year old rubber; 2-row Mc- Cormick-Dcering corn picker, attaching parts for F- 20; 229 McCormick-Deering tractor cultivator with power lift; 221-G McCormick-Deering tractor cultivator; McCormick-Deering Little Genius 3-bottom 14- inch tractor plow; 12-ft. McCormick-Deering disc; 21-ft. disc; McCormick-Deering 10 C grinder with traveling feed table; McCormick-Deering No. 15 pick up hay baler; western land roller; McCormick- Deering endgate seeder; 38-ft. New Idea steel elevator with speed jack; new hydraulic wagon stan hoist; New Idea side delivery rake; McCormick-Deering 7-ft. power mower; windrower attachment for power mower; 10-ft. McCormick-Deering power binder; New Idea dump hay rake; new McCormick-Deering hand corn sheller; 3 steel running gear wagons; 4 flare wagon boxes; 2 hay racks; Z single row cultivators; 500 gal. gas barrel on skids with hand pump; IVa horse John Deere gas engine; new pump jack; McCormick-Deering 2 unit milking machine with three-quarter horse electric motor; McCormick- Deering No. 4 cream separator; set breeching harness; wood water tank on skids; 3 feed bunks; hay feed rack; 6 10-gal. milk cans; other articles too numerous to mention. All machinery new within last 7 yrs. Approximately 1250 bales of alfalfa and brome grass hay and approximately 300 bales of straw. Approximately 600 bu. feeding oats. TERMS: Cash, or see your banker. Ne property removed until settled for. Colwell Bros., Auctioneers Iowa State Bank, Algona, Clerk Burt: Gordon Graham, son of Mr. nnd Mrs, O. tt. Graham,'Who recently returned from Service in the Pacific, became ill with malaria last week. His parents took him to the Veterans' hospital in Des Moines for treatment- the end of last week. Gordon had not had malaria before. Wve Grahams received a letter from their other son, Bruce, saying that lie expected to bo back in this couiv try by the first of Fe-bruary. Reopening Cafe The .Bulock Cafe will have its opening Wednesday, January 30, with free treats from 2 to 5 p. rri. The cafe, formerly known as Larson's Cafe, has been closed for the past year or two, while Mr. Bullock was in the navy. ft' •home last Wednesday; ffbtti Cdmft Cfrflflt, ML, :MWl6fg. hi* MA received his diScHgfie.. Ht turned from .Europe, .where sefvert about • 16 months. '"&&'. been in tht»: service three lacking three or four days. Mary Arm Iciettman sflent Thursday night at the paternal Henry Gettrnah's at Bust, The T, N. T. clUb: wet'Friday evening with MPS." W. J, Lockwood to help hef celebrate hef birthday. .. Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Patterson, Algona, and . dBUghters Mrs. Lewis Pei'fy arid Ai-tene Patterson, were dinnfef: guests Friday evening at the RVJ; itfcrily hbine. The Woman's Council of the Presbyterian chtirch will meet at the church Wednesday afternoon, February 6, Hostesses ate Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, Mrs. ?cs<\ ttbw- ard,'Mrs.' Earl Mltlof, Mrs. Nels day, visit at; the R* Home.; ; MW. Hafris ;:WBds\Vf>rth drtd 'little daughlflej who" Hftd Been, at We HawcbU home Sunday, :.retur net! Id thelf di Arfftstf6nf Suntlay, to their home at day. man thPle days fiis Bftdy cMtaffieW? substance*;. H His stdtttjiehY Intestines) whole'System ^leinsed e tnafe n ^ iiimply slisin efuptieh9: bh Hte~ daughter 'Bnhn«fin for a the .fumes 'Otiii. : '"'. Leroy A. ^roser, Sr., editoi" of the Courier in Reiribe'ck, is owner Of a ".44" that Jesse once brandished in his famous and ill-fated Northfield, (RtinftO''bnnk- robberyi The gun was taken by peace officers at that time. Editor Mosei". obtained It in the thirties when the bank property was sold, appeafbcl. At present together different man; Ane in every way. • • :...'" SYS-TONE contains 12 Herbs; tlrey cieansfe bowels, gas from 'stomach, ttct on femi liver and kidneys. MisMblfc pie soon feel different;, nil So doh't go on siiWerlngt' SY9-TOWB. LUsb/ Si GWS6\ ftrU Store. •••••.. ;'.. : 6ye» Statement of the Condition of the srona Co-Operatble Creamery Co, *-m--^ . • «^». . . • ---^, • , • - , , ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY BALANCE SHEET .'_.'.-'^'\-'•'.'•• AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1945 . v ' ASSETS' : ' : ' .•'//'.•'-";.'.'{•• '•'.•'". Current Assets, ,.-. ;: .... .• ,•:•:•-'-r ,v.;. : ^ ; ' ""« : -,'' Cash on'hand ". 1 ............':......$•;• 55.00,, Accounts receivable - • •••••• 8,010.10 Inventories .....:....:... 33,497.1:1 Investments . '"-."'''.A-' United States bonds :.«.."...; 1,000.00 Stock—State Brand Creameries—at cost........... 2,500.00 Stock—Other - - -'••• , .25.00 TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS Fixed Assets ,„„„,„„„ Land, buildings and equipment 182,942.99 Less: Provision for depreciation 73,505.29 $;41,562.21 3,525.00 45,087.21 109,437,70 TOTAL ASSETS . LIABILITIES, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS Current Liabilities Bank overdraft $ 3,488.16 Due patrons for December milk and cream 25,068.33 . Mortgage payable • 2,000.00 Accounts payable and accrued expenses 6,310.89 Rebates payable—Oil department- 1945 3,938.67 Outstanding milk and oil tickets 813.65 Reserve for local taxes 1,096.14 Long Term Liabilities • . ; ' Mortgage payable—Due 1947 20,000.00 Notes payable—Due 1949 .'. 20,000-00 Stock Subscriptions Capital and Surplus Capital stock outstanding (par value $100.00) 9,800.00 Surplus January 1, 1945 $52,926,51 Add: Net income creamery $5,073.98 Net income—oil dept. 278.58 5,352.56 58,279.07 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL $154,524.91 $ 42,715.84 40,000.00 3,730.00 68,079.07 $154,524.91 ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY INCOME, PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1945 CREAMERY DEPARTMENT • - - $64,733.49 Cottage cheese 73.62 Cream—Local :.. 27,337.69 Cream—Shipped 135,950.70 Buttermilk—Liquid 147.56 Buttermilk—Powder 4,226.72 Skim milk—Powder 102,059.21 Skim milk—Liquid , 1,867.96 Butter • 174,789.76 Total Sales - , .- - J5U.186.71 Less: Retail sales tax.. 591.58 Add: Butter subsidy $18,652,20 Butter rebates : 6,026.82 Powder rebates 980.23 $510,595.13 25,659.25 Total Sales and Other Income Cost of Above Sales „„,„„„,«. Dairy products 421,906.45 Hauling cost—net to Creaniery 7,508.84 Gross Income on Above Sales Gross Income from Other Commodities 536,254.38 429,415.29 100,839.09 496,28 Total Gross Income Operating and General Expenses.. 100,351.33 Net Oiher Income : „„,„„ Dividends on stock and interest ,....- 287.33 Discounts and miscellaneous income ....... ?02.64 Other Deductions Interest paid—notes .'. 1,586.84 Interest paid—stock , 582,00, Miscellaneous 88.6$' Loss on equipment sold or discarded 334.61 Net Income (undistritouted) statements were prepared by ^hristensen 7,18444 489.87 7,87441 2,6QQ.13 ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY '•:*:. OPERATING AND GENERAL. EXPENSES ^'i-V.i.. c. Salaries and Wages ......:.........; : :............^...........:.$ 34;S7??i5^ \ Creamery Supplies ..;....... :...' - ....$14,338.63 .'',.<, ; J,- Vi '~^ Less: Sales to patrons and others $2,77;2.25 ' p T' 5 •'' ; £;i. . Rebates on supplies purchased 7^7.02 3,539.27 'lq,79»>3«i ....... , Repairs and painting .:...,.............:.-.~.^.....L.:'. ............. ... ........ . ...... - . Factory supplies, hardware, pipe, fittings, etc ......................... o i Barrels and bags for milk powder....:. .............. . ......... ...... ............. ''•'"• 'Sia Other dryer supplies and repairs ...... , ................. . ...... .... ........... -- *, „ '192 «o Depreciation (buildings and equipment) ................................. . ' Light, power and water .............. ...:..... .............. ,.. .......................... Fuel and gas ...................... ... ................. •• .......................................... Laundry ...................... . ....................... -- ............................ • i Hay, feed and shoeing ....... ... ......................... ...... ............ ................. 152:13. Truck 'expense— milk delivery— gas and oil.. .......... $619.54 .A 0 ' n: ,«, repairs and supplies 319.43 ;938;97i Telephone and 'telegraph..... ........................................... cVn'VV" 1 '' 026 - n ; Utility truck— gas 'and oil.. ........ .... ................................ 549.14 repairs and supplies............. ..... .. .......... ... 91-64 Directors fees and expenses...,, ..... . ...... . ............................. ..••••••• ...... Traveling expenses ......... .,.. ..... .' .......... .' .......................... 56 2.29 Less: Received -for expenses and services .......... 37.58 Rent on equpiment .'...: ................. . ...................................... • .............. Advertising— locaL....... ........................................................ • .............. Advertising — general .................... ,, J ........ ...... ^ ...... : ......................... Cream scoring ........... ,: ..... ...... .'..:..- ................................................ ;•• Annual meeting ......:...,../.. ....... :....-....,: ..................................... - .......... Taxes— real estate and personal.property..:.:. ....... , ....... ................ .634.75 Insurance and bonds ..... . ..................... ... ................................ •'• ........ • , 225'in' Office supplies ..... :.:...' ............. •- ........................... : ................. •••••' ..... S2HS Bank service . .................. :...: ............... - .......... , ......... -. ..... • ........... • ..... -.:• Dues and subscriptions ................................. . .................................. Licenses end miscellaneous .. ...... ..... ........................................ - ..... •• Less: Rents . . Received ................ :... .......... . ...................................... . ??°- 00 ^ Total ........... . .......... . ........ . ............. HAULING COSTS Labor ......... . ...... : ...................... - ...... '..,; .............. • ...... Social security taxes ................................ . Gasoline and oil ......................................... . Truck repairs, supplies «nd licenses Insurance ............... . ....................... -. Depreciation .............. .•:....: ..................... • Less: Received for hauling -'• • • ••— 22,3,2KOP; Net Hauline Cost ,....' '• -• • ; * T'^ 8 *' ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY .'; -r, INCOME, PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT • .',,* FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1945 j GAS AND OIL DEPARiWENT | Sales $72,786,50 •? Less: Quantity discounts ..,::..... 1,678.51 $71;107.99 | Cost of Sales -;U-~,V... .....:....:.. .^. WMW* | Gross Profit -' • -•••• -?17,«Wj83 | Operating- and General 1 Expenses - •. annan S'':-.'•,''•''";.-' ; i- : Salaries and wages ...„, .........?8,2Q(M7 ; .i . f Repair^. ,...:.....„„ .„....,.....' .....,.,;,„ 85.08 • ( > • j | Gas, oil repairs and other truck ._- • "-'I expenses ,.......'...•• -..;...» .$1,053.S1 '! Depreciatlen on trucHs..,,.... T .:. 2?3.97 l.?7''iS Service station and bulk plant supples 387,83 Fuel., ,...,„...,..,.,.,.., .v ,.«•...,.-. 478,36 Insurflnce and Ipcal ta^eg .„...............'. t . 399.JU Ligirt, power and water...,., ; , •• - •••"•'••• , 3|°'?2 iDepreciation—buildings arid equipment....— 1,24643 Laundry...."..-..-—.••"••••••-• ,.--v- "»-"• Sia^a Advertising an4 olfice supplies •••• 3 §4,42 Telephone, least -«Wk miscellaneovs..., .,,».. Net Income profit on equipment Othpr Interest L.'BFsS =:'!r^^p!T^™zr;ifl :'• {iiprapte

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