Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 20, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, June 20, 1952
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Briefs In llie N RW.^ Fire Department in Morning Call :;: :!l Tho Ealhcivillc fire aciiartnio.nt WHS CKIUHI out tit fiiSd miR morning to wuah down 1,000 giillons of (rosoUno that overflowed from a storage tank at the Cities Service bulk plant. The tank overflowed while belftg filled from a Riian Kosoline transport. "Esthorvillp NiRht" Sunday "Eiithcrville NiRht" at the Roof Garden In Arnolds Park will be Sunday. Eddie Allen and hl.s orchestra -will furnish the music for diuicin);. Free tickets may l>e picked up at local business establishments and the Daily New office. Those who don't have the special free tickets will be charced reiru- lar adniis.oion price. Deeds Recorded Anfinson. M. J. and Helen P. from Ridout, Burl N. and Wilmn E. Lt. 8. Blk. 9. Paulson's Add. Bunge. Leland F. and Dorothy from Palmer. Philip E. and Louise. Lt. 2. Blk. 1, Bartletfs Add. Crook. Glenn H. and Vivian from Kidder. O. Perry and Mary Eileen. Lt 6. Blk. 1. Maplocrest Add. Danielson. E. M. from VonDor- ston, Frank and Golda I. Parcel of land in SE corner of \V"j NE', 1599-31. Evenson. T. E. from Rochester Packing Plant. Lt. 11 Blk. 9, Paulson's Add. Fothergill, Harriet from Fother- giU, George. NW, NES and Lt. 1. Sec. 17-100-33. Fothergill, M. J. and Sehroeder, Blance from Fothergill. Oeorge. SEU 36-100-31. Incorp. Town of Ringstcd from Predericksen, R. J. Tract in Base Ball Add. Martens, Irvin S. and Gertrude C. from Marten's Irving S. and Gertrude. W',4 NW, and W':; SW'l 20-100-34. Scott, Bruce D. and June from Butson, P. N. Lt. 6, Blk. 2, Fairview 4th Add. Brandt, Evelyn P. from Littoll, Everett M. Tract 165' x 126' in Aua. Subdiv. of Sec. 10-99-34. New Cars Licen.sed Northern Natural (Jas ronipiiny of Esthei villc, Ford, :i2-l96,'i. TODAY AND SATURDAY AFLAME WITH FURY! MarriaRe License Granted Leon Schmidt, 30, of Indianapolis, Ind.. and Dorothy Marie Uug- tlv, 2X of E.sthervllle. IIX IIK ' MUTINY" TCCHNICaOR „.„,MWK MGEIA nmt. CtKE SMNS'UNSBURyKNOWlfS'EVANS CO-HIT •• eUN and rVH BKOADSIDC! Clivitt Smlliy Future Subscribers Gene Arnold Anderson, April 3, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Arnold L. An derson. Janet Kay Barnes, April 22, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron E. Barnes. Dec Ann Bendixen, April 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Ben dixen. Tommv Alan Brock, April 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Brock. Mary Jeanette Brown, April 21, daughter of Mr. aijd Mrs. JnniM R. Brown. Marcia Jean Burtis. April IS. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl E. Burti.s. Mack Miller Butler. April 2. son of Mr. and Atrs. Wilber T. Butler. Barbara Ann Butterfield. April 2. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon P. Butterfield. Janet Aloyce Crawford. April .10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Crawford. Susan Helen Cronk, April 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Cronk. Robert James Davis, April 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Davis. Linda Ann Doocy, April S. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas T. Doocy. Zola Louise Ehlers, April 2. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Ehlers. Gary Milo Endcrson. April 22. son of Mr. .ind Mrs. Olaf Enderson. Mar>' Jo Enderson, April 8. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Olaf Enderson. David Adolph Erickaon. April 5. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Erickson. Barbara Ellen Haack. April 20, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph E. Haack. Linda Marie Helmlck. April 23, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Helmlck. Veder Dee Hempstead, April 27, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Hempstead. Diane Ruth Irwin, April 5. ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Irwin. Betty Ann Kahler, April 21, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Kahler. Scott Thomas Kidder, April 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando P. Kidder. Timothy James Kvanig. April 29.' son of Mr. and Mrs. Sclmer J. • Kvanig. j Gone Sidney Lewis, April 1. son I of Mr. and Mrs. Gerold E. Lewis. Larri- Joseph Moritz, April 19. • son of" Mr. and Mrs. De Wa\-ne- E_ Morili. Robert Ernest McBain. April 21.'. son of Mr. and ilrs. Ali.ert J. Mc-! Bain. Joan Elizabeth McKay, April 11. ( daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jamt-s S. : McKay. Mark William Olson, April 2. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Olson. Coreen Anne Pederson, April 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan O. Pederson. Becky Lee Petticord, April 2, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Petticord. Kathryn Ann Rathert, April 1, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Rathert. Alan Joseph Rusk, April 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.- Rusk. Michael Lee Sathoff, April 18. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sathoff. Mary Ellen Spear, April 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A Spear. Curtis Lee Summers, April 20, son of .Mr. and Mrs. George J. Summers. Charles Thomas Suss, April 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Suss. Mary Agnes Theesfeld, April 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Theesfeld. Dennis Duwayne Walker, April 30, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Wayne P. Walker. Gaylen George Weiland, April R, son of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Wetland. Arthur William Weir, April 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Weir. The traditional "seven seas" included the North and South Atlantic, North and South Pacific, Indian, Arctic and Antarctic oceans, the last of which does not exist. Held for Inv(>s(igation Wayne Thoren, 21, former em­ ploye of the Armstrong Cieaniery is being held in the county jail for investigation. County Attorney Daniel Sanderson said today. Thoren was arrested in Armstrong last night on a warrant is rued by Sheriff Emiel Twito. Thoren. reportedly from Rolte, had worked at the rreameiy for a- tiouf (me month liefoie he was fired recently for inefficiency. Sewell Allen To Keynote Stale Demo Parley Des Moines, June 20 LT") -Sewell E. Allen of Onawa, Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, will keynote the Iowa Democratic biennial convention in Des .Moines July 10. The announcement that Allen would be the keynote speaker and presiding officer wjis made ye.ster- day. Mrs. Mary S. Kelleher of Fort Dodge, the party's nominee for secretary of state, will act as convention secretary. Other convention officers are Howard C. Repport, Des Moines, sergoant-at-arms; John Rcilly, Cedar Rapids, chief usher, and Dr. S. E. Barber, Mason City, reading clerk. The 2,088 delegates to the state convention and delegates to the state judicial convention here on July 17 will be chosi'n at the various Democratic county conventions June 27. The state convention's biggest task is to formulate the party's state platform for the November general election campaign. The judicial convention will nominate throe candidates for the Iowa su­ premo court. Treaty Conference Resume.s Tomorro'-*' Munsan. Korea, June 20 !P —Allied negotiators return to the Korean armistice conferences tomorrow (3 p. m. tonight, CST) to learn if their second walkout has con- \-inced the communists to change tf.iir minds. The meetings at Pan- canjora have been stalled almost '.tro months by communist refusal •.o icc*^*. the allied declaration that VA'.oy Red war prisoners do not •K -ar.-. -.o go back to communism. Last Riles for Joseph Madden, 91, Are Held BV VERA HKATIOIAN I Last rites for Joneph WlUlam Madden, 91, were held at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday, Juno 10, from the Armstrong First Methodist church. The Rev, S. E. Rev. S. E. Polo\ina was in charge of the services and he was assisted by the Rev. Alex Orr. Burial was made In Armstrong Grove cemetery. Joseph Wllllum Madden, son of George and Sarah Madden, was born Nov. 3, 1860, on k farm near Sumner and dlod Juijc' 7 at Mankato, Minn., at the age of 91 years, seven months and four days. He had been in poor health since March ol this year, entering the hospital in Mankato on ' March 22 where he remained until his death. Mr. Madden lived with his parents on a farm and he attended the rural .schools In Bremer county, graduating from Sumner high school. He WTis united in marriage to Bertha Buhrou Oct..7, 1886, and to this union were born 11 children, i three sons and eight daughters. He moved to Emmet county In 1904. Pre%iously he lived in Kossuth county at Burt and WTiltte- more. He farmed for a number of years- and In 1907 was appointed mail carrier out of Haifa, la. He served in that capacity for 24 years, retiring at the age of 70. Mr. Madden -was brought up in the United Brethren church and later united with the Presbyterian church at Haifa where he was a member for more than 40 years. His wife died In 1943. He was also preceded in death by one daughter and one son. His surviving children are: Joe Madden of Penton. Leonard of Armstrong, Mrs. Robert Fisher, Mrs. Sam Myklebust and Mrs. Dick Adams, all of Des Moines; Mrs. E. J. NInedorf of Waterloo; Mrs. Lawrence HIene and Mrs. Verne Hlcne of Wavcrly, and Mrs. Martin Jensen of Mankato, Minn. Mr. Madden also Is survived by 18 grandchildren, 28 great grand- Complet«w B-2« Training. Lt. Mclvin Scott son of Mr. and children, and one great-great grandson; by four brothers, John of Pheonix, Ariz., Ed of Tyler, Minn.. George of Lynd. Minn., and Jarne.c of Sumner. SUNDAY AND MONDAY Afo BEAST-BATTLE EVER UKE IT/ BROS. '•••INT STEVE COCHRAN -WILDFIREJHE WONDER HORSE ..,..<. I. CRANE illBURM .»wM..»,,.., „..c.c,. ,10111$ Kixe ^CARTOON — SPECIAL — AND NEWS A ri.-affe can run at the rate of n-or<- ihan 30 miles an hour. The Weather OFFICIAL TKMPEBATURES Maximum yesterday: 55 Minimum last night: 56 TODAY'S AVEATIIEB 8 a. m. Noon Temperatures: 64 45 Wind, direction: Calm E Wind, velocity Calm 4-5 Barometer: 29.65 29.70 Rain: .45 The wind velocity Has been changing all morning the Eathervllle oirport reported this noon. Starting off calm at 8 a. m. by 10 o'clock It WSLS up to 18 to 20 mph out of the east southeast. At noon Is was back down registering 4 to 5 mph out of the east. IOWA FORECAST Cloudy this afternoon with showers and thunderstorms. A little warmer south, high 88 southwest to 75 northeast. Partly cloudy to cloudy with showers and thunderstorms tonight, continuing into Saturday in extreme oast. Not (|ulte so cool extreme east tonight, low ranging from mld-50's northeast to 80 to 85 extreme southwest. Further outlook: Partly cloudy with a few showers Sunday, with near normal temperatures, except somewhat warmer extreme south. IOWA FIVE-DAY OUTLOOK Temperatures will average near normal. Normal highs 83 north, 86 south; normal low near 60. Little trend In temperatures until warmer Tuesday or Wednesday. Rainfall will total one-half to one Inch In showers today, Sunday and Monday and again Wednesday. IMINNE.SOTA FOBKCA.ST Partly cloudy to cloudy with showers tonight, continuing Into Saturday morning In extreme east. But little If any rain along the Canadian border. A little warmer south and central Saturday afternoon. Low tonight 50 to 65 north- oast, 55 to 60 elsuwhere. High Saturday lo>v or Bitd-70'a, except lower near Lake Superior. Is This Your License Nuniher? 32 -564 If it Is, clip this ad and you will receive a K K K E G11KA8E job. Pleaso stop In within the next two weeks at Mart's Skelly Servlco, I-OOK FOR YOUR NITM- HEK EVERY WKKKI Oas only 32.6 nt Mart's MART'S Skelly Service m a 7th Will l^y Cornerslone of Church Sunday Mrs. E. (}. 8WANSON The cornerstone of the remodeled and enlarged church of St. John's Lutheran congregation of DunncU will be laid Sunday afternoon, June 22 nt 2:30. The services will be In charge of Rev, Arthur L. Schultz. The contents of the old cornerston will be placed In the new. Contained In the old cornerstone were copy of the constitution at that time, a history of the congregation until 1B14, a 1914 calendar, reports of the Minnesota district convention of 1914, and the synodlcal convention of 1014, a copy of the Martin County Independent, and a copy of the Fairmont Sentinel dated Thursdliy, Sept. 10, 1914. Similar Items from the present day also will be placed In this new cornerstone. The church building Is well advanced In construction .ind Is expected to be completed and ready for use In two months. Mrs. Ray Scott, has completed a course in B-29 training at Randolph Air Force base. Tex, and has been assigned to the 4th Tow Target Squadron. George Air Force base, VIctonille. CaUf. Home From College. Carol Lee Whitlow arrived Monday from Grinnell and will spend the summer months at the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Archie Whitlow. A GrInncU college class^ mate, Ethel Oto of Kilo. Hawaii, accompanied her home for a two week's visit. Armstrong PerKonab. The K. K. club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Archie Whitlow. Mrs. Iner Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson of Cedar Palls and Clifford Sorenson of Cedar Kaplds were overnight guests Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hansen. Mrs. Sidney Zochert and four children have returned to their home at Minneapolis after visiting two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Burt Sr. Mr. and Mrs. George Cassem, Charles,. Linda and James of Des Moines spent last week visiting relatives hero. Dr. ond Mrs. W. J. Morsch had as guests last 'week, Pauline Paul of Iowa City, Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Campbell of Manchester and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Blrdaall of Hampton. They all arrived Thursday and visited over Sunday except the Birdsalls and thoy returned homo Thursday night. The ladles aro sisters of Mrs. Morsch. Jerry and Jim O'Neill were weekend guests at a party given by Jerry's fraternity brother. John Spies, of Graettlngor at the Spies cottage on Lake Okoboji. Mrs. John Gram and Mrs. Mary Dundas entertained the V. P. W. auxiliary Monday evening at the club rooms. Golden Wedding. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Peterson will have on open house for all relatvlcs and friends In observance of their parents' golden wedding anniversary, to be held at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Dunnell, the afternoon of June 25, At three o'clock there will be a short program in their honor with reception following. In the evening friends will be welcome to call at the Peterson home in Sherburn from 7 to 9 p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend this golden wedding anniversary. St. John's Picnic. The Rev. Arthur Schultz of St. John's Lutheran congregation reports a successful two weeks of Bible school with 66 In attendance. Of these 69 received perfect attendance certificates for the two weeks. Friday evening a program was given at school lor parents and friends when the children's choir sang several numbers, some memory work was given and handwork was on display. Sunday at Fort Defiance park the Sunday school picnic of St. John's congregation was held with a good attendance. Conflnnation Dinners. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bredberg gave a dinner Sunday In honor of their daughter Janice's confirmation. Present were Evelyn Bredberg, Minneapolis;' Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bredberg and Roger, Blue Earth; the Rev. end Mrs. N. O. Montan, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson,' Sherburn; Mrs. James Kenyon and James Jr., and the families of Matt Anderson, Wayne Anderson,. Maynard Anderson, Alden . Flygare, H. R. Nelson, Mesdames Frank Simon and Ebba Flygare. The Rev. and Mrs. T. O. Peterson and family were invited but could not come until evening. At Aagardii. Having sister Carol Jean come from the Swedish hospital, Minneapolis, made Sunday a happy day for Juanita when her confirmation rites were given at Immanuel Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Aagard entertained at dinner in Juanlta's honor when the grandparents Swen Aagard were hero from Rlngsted and the families of Holger Aagard, Huntington and Vernon Peterson of Silver Lake wore their guests. Carol Jean will work at St. Peter the next throe months at the state hospital as a part of her nurse's training. Mason City Girl To Head Y Teens Grinnell,' la., Juno 20, W)—Betty Jane Westwlck of Mason City Is the new Iowa district conference chairman of the YWCA Y- Teons. She was eloctod yesterday by eight newly named members of the conference planning commlttoa ourlng sessions of the annual Y- Teens summer meeting ot Grinnell colldgo. She succeeds Carol Miller Df Davenport. The now planning committee chosen by the 278 delegates Includes: nouthwcst area — Jean Swanson, Rod Oak, and Canduti Stanke, Vllllsca. Northwest area — Ruth Idzoll, Stoux City, and Kathleen Davla, LAurons. Southeast area— Janice .McKay, Oskalooaa, and Barbara North Corydon. Northeast area — Carol Armstrong, Indnpondonco, and Anno Booth, Marshalltown. At Petersons. Wajmo Jr. and Paul Peterson were members of the confirmation class and their parents Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Peterson gave a dinner for them Juno 8 with the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Peterson and the families of Leo Eldcn, Erban Krohn and , Robt. Peterson present. Mrs. A. H. Bishop went ta Minneapolis with the Judson Bishop family lost week just for a pleasure trip. Sandin FUNERAL HOME A0> N. StVtMTH $T. esrHeii.yii .Le, IOWA Phone H^,,,94 Everyone is welcome to use our modern facilities in their hour of sorrow. WANTED MEN TO TRAIN FOR REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS Age 21 to 60. Must be resident of this county two or more years. Competent appraisers receive $250 to $375 per month. Farm experience valuable. WRITE BOX AIR CARE OF ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS United Stales May Buy Planes Frc^m Europe Washington, June 20, (JP)—T\w United States announced today It Is considering buying airplanes from European member .nations of the North Atlantic treaty organization. The plan would Involve use of U. S. mutual security funds to' buy planes directly from European makers, chiefly for use by Euro- peon .nations—Instead of sending aid In the form of U. S. planes. Ambassador William H. Draper, special representative In Europe, said the North Atlantic council has' been requested to prepare re- commcndktion for European pro- ductldh 6f War planes to help meet NATO reiriulremiiritsV'' That action,' he said in a state ment Issued simultaneously hero and In Paris, Is based on a provision of the mutual security act. He said the act left to the executive branch of government the decision on how best to utilize V. S. funds for procurement of military equipment In Europe "to the advantage of the mutual security program." 4 Draper's announcement of the contemplated plan to buy planea in Europe comes at a time when budget reductions in the U. S. had brought about a slow down In procurement Qf American made aircraft. Sets Value on Church Property Davenport, la., June 20 .ff"—The total evaluation.of Methodist church property of the North Iowa conference was listed today at $20,955,714 by Sterling J. Baldwin, conference statistician of Sanborn, in his committee report to the conference here today. The figure Includes $18,179,714 evaluation on church buildings and $2,176,000 on parsonages. The total membership of the North conference Is, listed at 146,834 for 429 churches. Last year 4,436 Infonts and 2, 510 adults were baptized by the church. The report listed an average Sunday school attendance of 37,966 with vacation school attendance reported at 19,929. Gypsies have migrated to most parts of the earth. Estlicrvjilc, Iowa, Daily News Friday, June 20, 1952 6 NewUberol Credit Terms Now in Effect ot Tif»$ton»_ OUR BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE VJ\il MAK THE DOWN PAYMENT NEW 9 C«. Ft. MODEL WITH AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING • No Mora Meit... O«froit< ItMtf Automat ically ... Evan Ic* Cream Stays Firm • 52>Lb. Capacity Freeztr Comportmant • Built-in Buttar Compartmant • Two Big Supar Mitt'r Criipar* 2^ MONTHS TO PAY THE BALANCE CttOirllf TraMi AlbwNN. Mm TM l«|r FREE APPRAISAL AS LOW AS 3950 $4.00 STORES 15-16 S. 6th Phone 120 Semi-Annual Report of Lloyd K. Brunsvold Treasurer of Emmet County, Iowa FOB THE PERIOD FROM DECEMBER 31, 1951, TO MAY 31. 1952. INCLUSIVE STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS BY FUNDS Soldiers' Bonus County Assessor Road Clearing Old Ago Pension Automobile License... Use Tax.. $ 3,705.07 6,366.93 609.04 319.98 72,090.06 3,058.65 General County. 33,585.69 2,107.22 21,378.31 14,945.45 74,484.77 78,293.12 314.42 3,000.00 2,727.71 3,395.34 1,710.65 4,895.18 5,520.08 972.99 34,210.28 1,402.46 8,816.61 36,912.69 1,691.73 1,132.50 3,980.31 Court Expense.. Poor —— State Institution Secondary Road Construction Secondary Road Maintenance County School Permanent School Interest of School ~ Soldiers' Relief Domestic Animal Bovine Tuberculosis Bangs Disease Teachers' Institute Drainage Assessments City Special AssesHmonts Corporation Funds School District Funds Township Funds Library.. Board of Education, County Homestead Credit Funds Military Service Tax Exempt Fund -^£5 Advance Taxes...- 1,807.53 County Fair Ground 221.39 Fines.. 4,926.00 Agrl. Land Credit 591.02 Total $427,065*96 Less Overdraft* 2,107.22 Net balance on hand $424,958.74 •Overdrafts RECEIPTS AND RECEIPTS Amount On Hand December 31, 1951 $ 424,9^.74 From Current Taxes, 1951 71337.58 From Delinquent Taxes, 1950 and prior „ years 1.-. 2,124.02. Penalty, Interest and Costs „ 293.12 Drainage Taxes 12,843.14 City Special Assessments, (Paving, Sewer, etc.) -—- 6.116.92 Delinquent Dog Tax From Auditor— 1.611.00 From Cigarette License 50.00. From Beer License iBS'Ss Used Tax Appt M53.59 Gas Tax to County 91,569.71 Old Age Pens on Tax - „ ^73'.^ Principal of School Fund - 2,477.10 Iijterest p«School^}jii\4 „_„_.L.._. , U-Amf. Advance Ta;( <• ' 1,115.21 9.697.58 14.021.51 3.320.40 73.90 110.610.94 10,506.78 54.704.50 7,966.77 23.577.53 24,964.16 111.503.39 42,152.68 11.752.06 2,477.10 1.448.54 989.15 1.621.00 ""2 ".643r57 156.05 12.843.14 6,116.92 104.099.32 438,393.06 1,086.19 985.61 5.799.62 55,434.74 6,134.97 942.21 4.855.61 2,000.65 27,166.40 5i 13,402.65 20,388.44 3,929.44 393.88 182,701.00 13,565.43 88,290.19 5,859.55 44.955.84 39,909.61 185,988.16 120,445.80 12,066.48 5,477.10 4,176.25 4,384.49 3,331.65 4,895.18 8,163.65 1,129.04 47,053.42 7,519.38 112.916.93 475,305.75 2,777.92 2,118.11 9,779.93 55,434.74 6,134.97 2,749.74 5:077.00 6,926.65 27,757.42 .2 o • 482.79 9,452.01 49.87 319.98 137,279.42 10,270.91 44,411.57 4,825.04 24.512.27 20.812.58 7,911.82 68,324.89 11,899.67 5,477.10 3,053.95 1.031.54 1,710.52 9.92 171.58 56.51 4,734.54 6,047.12 109,257.82 448,573.20 2.310.53 1.113.63 3,567.24 55,434.74 6,134.97 1,274.72 9,84 6.907.65 11,242,02 $ 12.91^.86 10,936.43 3,879.57 73.90 45,421.58 3,294.52 43,878.62 1,034.51 20,443.57 19,097.03 178,076.34 52,120.91 ,166.81 1,1,22.30 3,352.95 l,6i21.13 4,885.26 7,992.07 1,072.53 , 42,318.88 1,472.26 " 26;fM.55 . .467.39 ; 1,004.48 6,212.69 1,475.02 5,067.16 ,19.00 16i,^^5.40 $1,100,046.05 $1,525,004.79 $1,008,671.96 $516,332.83 DISBURSEMENTS DISBCRSEAIBNTS Amoiwt State Treasurer's Receipts (Soldiers' Bonus , $ 481;37 County Auditor's Warrants 188,729.96 Drainage Warrants - 4,734.54 School Principal _—- 5,477.10 City Specials (Paving, Sewer, etc., Certlf. or Bonds) 6,047.12 Orders on Co. Treas. by Mayors of Cities and Towns —„-——, Orders on Co. Treas. by Presidents of 'School Dlst. , Township Clerks' Receipts _ Sight Drafts for Automobile Licenses State Treas. Receipts—A.Llo. 19!»' 3% Old Age Pension Payments to State - ; T/easurer —_ * •. Receipts for " Tax" Remltted,_-w 453.50 3,228.49 8,196^ 8,646*52 Fines • and Forfeitures from Other Officers Care of Patients in Stftte Institutions Sale of Produce at County Home, Llye stock, rent r--' Sale of Bridge and M. Mafl ^-r^,,„ . , • Fees from County Auditor —*(n:v _69.75 Fees from County Treasurer HS K^ Fees from County Recorder .^—.^^ 2.595,10 Fees from Clerk of District Court 921.15 Fees from .Sheriff .w.-TT-.n^'^S "Use" Tax (Motor Vehicle) Homestead Credits --—"TP^ I' IQ I OT Military Service Tax Exemption Miscellaneous Receipts ^{lYiU Farm to MarHeFRplmbursement 4,370.03 Transfers from Funds - 20,368.48 Advrfhced Tax Paymenfs'^ppbrtfo'ned Refund Warrants ..4iLL _;,v_ Miscellaneous Paynientf (Auto Dept.) Automobile Disbursement ,.„4 _ Fair Ground t ( I Agrl Land Credit --_„...*i.„^^ Transfer .to l|l9ds.-J-.-:-.f 109,198.98 448,365:52 2^59 126,546^9 6,966,i^ 1(W70.91 55,434.74 6,134.97 1,274.72 1,062.54 17,50 3,74&50 Balance on ^pd ,»|ay 3Iijj^958^.,..--$ 51 -Total Receipts $1,525 ,004 .79 TotiU^Dlsbursements 1 -$1,525,004.79 I, Lloyd K. Brunsvold, Treasurer of Emmet County, towa, do hereby^certlfytHlnhe reSor^ir?^ &e1n spwifled* °^ ^® business trai^acled''^jy me as s9id treasurer during the period hUOYVi K. BRUNSVOLD. County Treasurer.

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