Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 28, 1933 · Page 2
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PAGE. TWO THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. TUESDAY EVENING. ;FEBRUARY 28, id^l lOLA, KANSAS I ETY, Unity Club Meets with Mrs. Benson The Unity club met yesterday aft- ernpon at the home of Mrs. J. C. Benson with Mrs. E. I. Sifers assisting to study "The Psychology of the ' Unadjusted School child," a-4)ook; by John Morgan reviewed for the club by Mrs. R. H. Carpenter. Those present were: Mesdames F. G. Apt, J. C. Benson, L. V. Bowlus, C. A. Brooke. R. H. Carpenter, A. R. Chambers. F. L. Denton, J. ,F. Dickensheets, A. R. Enfield, E. D. Ladd. J. F. Lemon, E. E. Lynn, Buriiey Miller. H. L. Miller, J.j H. SoM(!erbj', G. T. Talbert; Miss Elizabeth Apt. Miss Alice Hendricks. Miss Luella^ Varner, Miss Gertrude Leitz- baclk; and one guest, Mrs. E. J. Miller of Kansas City. • Sorosis Club Meets Witit Mrs. Burt Trie-Sorosis club met yesterday aftet'noon at the home of Mrs. L. L. Burt with jMrs. R. D. SnuSer assisting, i The •• preside^lt. Mrs. P. W. Sherwiood.i had chai-ge of ihe business jmeetihg and the general theme of the prograin-was a disr.ission of Russia. The following sub.n.cts were covered: 'The Five Year Plan," by . iVIrs. ence "Soc: Guy iLaijier; "American Influ- In Russia." by Mrs. N. C. Kerr: ;ial Conditions in Russia/" by Mrs. I Clyde Thompson. A piano .solo jwhicli was a Russian composition,! Melody in F by Antone Ruben- steinl was given by Ralph Stover. Reifreshments were ser^'ed to one guest, Mrs. Beattie Ray, and • the following members: Mesdames John K; Liayle, Guy Lamer, W. P. Wharton, Clyde Thompson, B. E.- Thomp-son, Fraiik Taylor. R. D. Snuffer. C. A.'Swigeett, Ralph Stover, Floyd 'Smith. P. W. Sherwood. C. E. Rus- Lsell, Guy Pees. D. P. Northruji, D. B. iMcCarty, W. E. Lyons. J. P. Kohler, iO. L'. Garlinghoasi'..* Stanley Kifk, . iN. C; Kerr, E. W. Haglund. J. O. Al- Icn, W. H. Anderson: and L. L. Burt. ; '> <' •> r.oldeu Link Club Meets With Mrs; niorrcll The Golden Link club mot ycster- ,clay afternoon at the l:ome of Mrs. C. !E. Morrell. Mrs. Fred Menzie jireslded and'the roll .call was answered with patriotic quotations/ A study in the form of a leview. of United States presidents was led hy Mrs. Fred Menzie and a paper on the "Study and Origin of the American Flag" was read by Mrs. W. M. Williams, i Mrs. M. S. Lewis read "Memories of Washington." by Edward: Everett, and there was a round | several poems from a "Lyric of Low- j table! discussion of noted statesmeni I b' Life." by Dunbar. . ' i Those present were Mesdames J. j Research Club Meets with Mrs.-Garter The Research club met yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Carter. The devotionals were led by Mrs. C. M. Punk and the lesson on India was by Mrs. G. W. Gates who was assiJsted by Mrs. C. M. Punk. Mrs. George J. Trombold, and Mrs. C. P. Smith. The members who attended were: Mesdames C. M. Funk. J. O. Major, George J. Trombold. W. O. Lenhart, C. 'P. Smith, 6. L. Cullison, G. W. Gates, and Miss Mary Rem'sberg. • •> Surprise Luncheon for Mrs. Shelly A surprise covered dish luncheon was held at one o'clock Saturday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs. S. S. Shelly. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. The high score went to Mrs. H. B. Parrott. Mrs. Shelly was given a handkerchief shower. The'following gubsts were present: Mesdames H. C. Scarborough, B. F. Scarborough. W. W. Holmes, H. B. Parrott, O. L. Cox-. H. H. Sherman, W. P. McFadden, and H. E: Cowgill of jBurlihgton. • •:• •> Script Cliib Members Initiated Initiation of membei°s into .the Script Club, honorary high school commercial organizatio^i, took place last night at a party in the gym. The officers,. Barbara Seay, president; Vica Margaret Curtis, secretary-treasurer; Erline Dulihsky, Hazel. Settlemyer, and Paul Davis, assisted by the sponsors. Miss Ethel Howell and P. F. Dietrich, planned the program. Those initiated must have an average grade in commercial subjects' of a, II or better. They were: Effle Bremer, George Bowlus^ Marvelle Bowlus, Dee Chryst, Mary Heiman, Mildred Hinson, Ruth Jones, Louis Kinman,. Pauline Kuehni. Donald Kelley, Mary Bell Lambeth, Donald Miller, Louise Odor, Mildred Preston, George Rerasberg, Francis Steele, Robert Shorb. Geraldine Tiine, and. Betty Wllkins. After the initiation, games were i plMyed and refreshments served. I .;. .> .> Current Events Club Meets With Mrs. Bragg , : , The Current Events club met yes-: terday'afternoon with Mrs. Harry' Bragg. After a short business meeting, presided over by Mi-s. J. H. Herr. the following program on "Literature in Poetry" was presented: a paper, "Poet and Poetry." by Mrs. I Merle Lanning; a paper. "Biography ; of Paul Laurence Dunbar." written; by Mrs. Logan Hunsaker and read i by Mrs. W. C. Wright, who also gave: to be held in the future. The committee for the Legion in charge of arrangements was W. A. Hall, chairman, Harry Gardner, and J. H. Praser. The aiuciliary cottunlttce: Mfs. C. E. Newman, chairman, ISrS. Ruth Gard. Mrs. K. B. Drummond, and Mrs. Ira Kerwodd. • • • We Sigha Phi Nothing . Club Entertaiijed Miss Almarle KInser entertained the merhbers of the We SIgna Phi Nothing bridge club and three guests, Billiss Nerine Kinser. Arthur Epperson, and Bob Langsford, 'Saturday night. MIss^etaVanHoozer was - given the high score favor. Refreshme6ts were served. Members attending were: Misses Berdine Wheeler. Mary Catherine May, ' Zeta VanHoozer. Margaret Ti-ombpld. Charlotte' Thomjjson and Jessie "Bell Allen. EAST lOmA AND OTBEB NEWS Il ^^MS Denver—Howard Purdom wa;; overjoyed at finding a'job as trucl: driver—his first employment in tw.-; years. As he backed the truck, loaded with dirt, into the yard of his home it crushed tp death Charles Purdom, his 19-months-old son. (By J. P. BELLI Mi.ss Ellen ' Gardner ,came: down from Kansas Qity Sunday morning and spent the day with her brother, Lloyd Gardner and his family, 25 South Tennessee. Mr. and M!rs. Luther Tate. 302 South Ohio, drove to Coffeyyille Sunday morning, where they spent the day with relatives. Mr. and. Mrs. P. L. Parks and family drove down from Kansas City Sunday morning for a short visit with Mi-s.Parks's brother. Lloyd Gardner and family, 25 South Tennessee. They were accompanied on the' trip by Mrs. Ethel Wannan, a sister.of Mrs. Parks. If bare legs and arms are a prognostication of sprln? zeuhyrs. then it won't be long now till the bull frog bulls and the fish begin to get away. Mrs. Effie Harder and her son, A\ W. Harder, arrived fronl Waco, Texas, earty Sunday morning, having been on the road by automobile all night. They are t^ere for a short visit with relatives and friends. They were accomaanied by Mr*. Efiirdy, a -member of the Ha^xier hotiseholdi: Mrs. Effie Harder is the daughter lof Mrs. J: p; Bell. i *' Fred Harder arrived in lola Sunday morning, on his way home to St; Josepji, Mo. He had been at Waco, Te*as, for a couple of weeks. E. L. Cook, who has been conducting ai grocery store at 919 East Madison for the past several years, has discontinued the business and vacated the building. H. R. droucher, who conducted a barber shbp at 106 South. Kentucky for several months, but who, not long since discontinued the business and |was out of town ior sdv-; eral weeks, is no\y in charge of thi shop again. l" . It is currently reported that Eulate Anderson has leased the store building formerly occupied bjf E. L. Cook, at 919 East Madison, and wiU engage in; the grocery busine^. Mr. Aiiderson.; together with his father, R.B. Anderson, operated a grocery store at this location some years ago, disposing the stock to Mr. I Long, during whose .incumbency the building was burned. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baker, 502 South Third, motored to Humboldt Saturday and visited with Mrs. Mary Marsh and Mrs. Ada Booth, formerly of-lola. Mrs. Marsh is quite poorly; . Mr. and Mlis.. A. L. Middleton jand Joaiine, 709 South Kentucky, spent the week-end in Nevada, Mo., with relatives. There .were 26 members of the lola Nazarene church who motored to Chanite Friday evening to attend the Victory zone young peoples rally. Specials talks weire giveri by Lorraine, Slack and George Lkne. The mixed quartette. Misses Dorothy Wllsgn, Dprotha Baker, J. C. Baker and Lorraine isiack sang, "Lift "irour Baimers High." It was decided that the next nueeting will be at the lola church, Marth 28. , Mtes Edith Kunkleman .vidited Saturday with Mrs. Eart Moore,! 618 South Third. Mrs. Moore who i fell ten weeks ago and broke her ankle. Is still confined to her home. Mrs. Effle D. Friend spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Glen Jones and family. Gas City. . Misses Fern anrf" "Violet Holten, 6as City, Mrs. M. R. Bishop 'and Lorraine Slack motored to Cedar- head church, eighteen miles north. Sunday afternoon where Lorraine conducted services. The Misses Holton Bans'' the special number. Ur. and Mrs. Murvin Hinson. visited all day Siinaay with Mrs. Hlh- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leslie. 434 South Fourth. Mr.' and Mrs. Will Palmer and children,- Plqua, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Palmer's mother, Mrs. Hnttle Kunkleman. and family. 230 South Tennessee. '' Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Ramey and Mr. and Mrs. Claire Morrow were dinner guests Sunday of ivir. and Mrs. Hoi^ard Britton and family, 41G Soutti Colborn. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Frazier. 423 South TJilrd, spent Sunday with Mr. Frazier's brother.' Mr. John Frazier. and family, Mount Ida. Miss Leona Baker who has been employed! ^t Chanute the past six months lias returned home. Miss Frankie Letsinger visited Sunday afternoon with her sister and brothef-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Looney." 405 South Second. Mr. .and Mrs. Elnier Howey and Mi-s. Clarence [Howey were dinner guests Saturday evening of Mrs. Marjorj' Howey. Gjis City. The dinner was in honor of the eightyj- thlrd birthday of 'Mrs. Marjorl- Howey.- " '1'• .1 J. C. Baker is confined to liiM M6M"502 South-Third, with illnes.'j. Miss Evelyn Chllcote has returne<l to her home, 431 South Fourth, af(i- er spendliii- the past three weeks with hec rwther in Kansas City. Mr. sftid JtSxs. O. N. Eari, 3J1- South Kentucky, spent Sunday with'' Mrs. EarFs parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Frazier, Mount Ida. Miss iThelma Fielder spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mra. R. W. East. 615 South Kentucky. Mrs.'Oscar. Brandon Is 111 at her home, 328.South Tennessee. Misses Tiolet and Fehi Holten, Ga.s City, spent Simday evenini; with Mrs. M:''fe. Bishop, 401 ^outii First. Ingredients of Vicks VapoRub ill ^Cwivenient Candy Form GENERAL FUND Mrs. C. E. MoiTell gave a poem enti-J tied. i"Like'Mother Used to Make." I : Refreshments were sei'ved to onb g,uest|. Mrs! Jesse Heldebrant, and the following members: Mesdames Bi-uce ArmacQst. T. I. Christy. M. M. Close. Eric Jensen. M. S. Lewis, J. H.^ McMurraj', C. C. McPherson. Fred Menzie. Mark Runner; W. M. Williiims, W. A. Woodruff. J, S. Reid. C. Ei Morbll. Surprise Party for Mrs. Fitzmaurice ! Employes of the local telephone I the meeting to order and returned H. Culbertson, Phil Ray. W. C. , Wright. Merle Lanning. L. Rosen- i berg. H. C. Bishop, J. H. Herf. C. i B. Stevens. Hairy Bragg. George j "Vosse. W. P. McFadden, Lee Moore. ; '><-'> i Covered Dish Supper For Legionnaires A covered disli supper was served in the Legion rooms at 6:30 last evening for the American Legion the Legionnaires and their families. The Rev. W. E. Van Patten called Receipts Balance on hand January 1. 1932 ••$ 5,422.09 $ Taxes 10,099.45 Dog Tax 394.60 Incenses 2.011.46 Fjlnes. ; 378.00 Interest on JDaily Deposits 1346.37 Miscellaneous Receipts • •'• — — 560.36 Transfer (Electric Fund) ...A 41,623.09- Administration Salaries Office Salaries : \ Office Supplies and Expen.ses i Election Expense Miscellaneous Expense Police Departinent Salaries Police Department Jail Expense Police Department Supplies I Police Department Miscl. Expense Dairy Salary Garbage Salaries — i Scnvanger ..: i Engineering Expense Fire Department Salaries Fire Department Supplies Fire Department Miscl. Expense f Transfer Street and Alley Fund • ! Transfer Park Fund Transfer Sand Fund Transfer Int. Imp. Bond and Int. Fund Transfer Fire Hydrant Transfer Municipal Light . Transfer Sewer ,• Transfer Cemetery Fund ..: Transfer Library Fund Transfer Memorial Hall Fund Balance December 31. 1932 Expendi- tui-es 1.017.95 814.73 78.22 1,061.14 1,407.11 6J57.50 108.33 712.79 232.21 435.00 2.026.00 327.75 85.02 4.440.00 837.50 271.51 1,600.00 1 681.38 i 500.00 29,766.71 350.00 1.600.00 1.650.00 : 700.00 ' 1,150.00 ; 900.00 ' 2.56)4.38 SECURITY DEPOSITS FINANCIAL STATEMENT Assets Liabilities Investments $ 18,464.48 $ Balance December 31. 1932 5,419.29 Interest Due to Adjust Balance 38.50 Gas Depasits Payable :. ' 9.193.55 Water Deposits Payable , 4.927.95 Electric Deposits Pa^y.able • • 6.730.56 Gas Accrued Interest 1.677.48 jWater Accrued Interest . ••. j... 522.84 Electric Accrued Interest „.J... 792.89 WATER FINANCIAL STATEMENT Accounts Receivable—Sales' .. .•. Accounts Receivable—Meters and Installations. Accounts Receivable—Stores Sales Land '. Buildings .-I ; Buildings Depreciation ....- { Pumping Equipment i Pumping Equipment Depreciatioh $ 23,883.77 $ 23.883.77 SECURITi' DEPOSIT FUND Balance January 1. 1932 Jrstere.s't Earned on Daily Balance Interest Earned on InvestmenU — Payments on Investments Water'Security DciMslts — Electric Security Deposits ....; Ga.s Security Deposits Gas Security Deposits Infctcst Paid ... Water Security Detx)sits Int'erest Paid .. Electric Security Deposits Interest Paid Gas Security Deposits Paid Water Security Depcsits Paid ..i... Electric Security Deposits Paid .....1... Investments Made i..;.. Balance December 31. 1932 SElWER FUND Receipts . .$ 4.893.04 $ 120.53 884.35 3.273.50 1,455.00 . 1.950.00 1.515.00 Expondl- tiU'cs Purification and Softening Equit^. Deprec. 416.09 132.42 211.10 1.923.89 1.287.05 1.770.00 2,932.18 5.419.2& Storage Structures Depreciation ;. MairLs and Valves '..' Mains and Valves Depreciation .; Fire, Hydrant ' Fire Hydrant Depreciation ...; Consumers' Service-Lines Consumers' Service Lines Depreciation Automobiles and. Truck.s ..., : Automobiles and Trucks Depreciation . Tools and Miscl. Equipment i; Tools and Miscl. Equip. Depreciation ... Accrued Interest—Water Works Ipip. .. Notes Payable I Water Works Improvement Bond.s Net Worth December 31, 1932 Assets Liabilities .t 6,b68.85 $ 1.169.97 ! 78.75 199.60 1,250.00 . 63,787.73 2,836.76 . 16,141,78 1,291.34 '. 18,135.20 2.G73.32 '. 32,670.40 848.82 .' 157,142,08 48,079.71 . 11,046.98 0,090,42 '. 42,259.90 27,290.87 1,802.50 1.078.75 1.732..54 25.07 1,299.90 14,375.00 82.000.00 165,244.26 $354,046.28 $354,646.28 5 14,092.02 $ 14.092.02 STREET AND ALLEY exchange gave a surprise party last evening for Mrs. G. H. Fitzmaurice at her home in Humboldt. Before her marriage. ]\irs. Fitzmaurice was 'Miss (31adys Bogle of lola. SherV/as presented with a lovely, gift and the evenirig .was spent in music and thanks. After the supper the following {m)gram was presented: Tap dance by Irene Archer accompanied on piano by Celeste Griffith: two read- mgs. by Cecil Stout; two piano selections, by Betty Buchanan; a workiiig jig-saw puzzles. Two guests! short talk by Post Commander Earl were present. Mrs. Norma Baker cf -lola and Mrs. S. McLaughlin, Humboldt, jand the following telephone company employes: Misses Gladys Wentworth. Mae Frederickson, Ella Smith; Allene Jeffers, May Hanimlll. Hunter and President TJlrs. B. T English. Following th^ • i ^ogram. ?ames were conducted by Mrs. Eari Hunter and Mrs. James Buchanan. This was the first meetirig of its $ 61,735,41 $ 61,735.41 Expenditures Receipts Balance January- 1. 1932 •••S 4.300.77 S Taxes 3.170.15 Road Tax 990.00 ! Kansas State Highway Department 590.00 Miscellaneous 12.00 ; Transfer (General Fund) 1,600.00 Administration Salaries 934.62 ! Office Salaries - 673.50, Supervision Salaries 906.26 { Street'and Alley Labor ^-^IH'?! Equipment and Tools 57.14 Repairs—Sidewalk and Paving 697.92 .Materials and Supplies , • • • 375.49 Road Tax Expense Itnlt Truck Expense : -^^0.76 Kansas State Highway—Expense i 27.23 New Construction • 97.85 Miscellaneous Expen.se ' „ 'TE Balance iDecember 31. 1932 2.018.1b Balance January 1, ,1932 i Taxes •• : Transfer i.General Fund i i Water! Purcliased ! Power Purchased ' Salaries ; ; Labor .> , Supplies • • Balance D4.-cember 31. 1932 . .S 36.34 S 2.582.43 . 1.650.00 960.00 600.00 1.501.25 1.043.43 120.10 43.99 ELECTRIC FUND—PROFIT AND LOSS j Expendi- Receipts tures Electric Sales ,,S 98.337.83 S Sewer Pumping • 600.00 Street Lighting Service =. | • 3,000.00 Meter Installations • 65.00 Miscellaneous Receipts j 93.71 Farm Income - 1.376.19 Stores Sales 121.96 Salaries and Wages—Generating Gas Purch'ased $ 4.268.77 $ 4.268,77 kind that has been held by Myitle Titus, Lila Gavin. Vesta Fin- i Legion and Auxiliary, and ley; Mr.s. Fern Harmon, Mrs. Katherine Bu.sley, and Mrs. Marie Bag- neU. cess may be measured by that more than 150 were Other similar meetings are he local its suc- the fact' present, planned .$ 10,068.92 $110,008.92 HOlt.I/.ONTAL 1 Auiiitoil. }! Melodious. It '\S'lioio iloo.s Atlnlf Hitler lie:iil Ibe k-ovirnincnl;i.l cubiiiet? IC To make a surgical i incision.; 17 Cupidityl IS Finale. • ;;0 Wigwams. 21 Aiways. ; ,, :22-Attempted. Oceans. 2,'. VLTV .small Japanese weight. Stirs. ;;s To perisli. Tlieroforo. :'.u Wooden club. Afteruoou meal. :;;! Northeast. :U Concord. .\iiswiT lo I 'rcvious ,1 'uzzlo JCMlBBi oS liaronicter line, •ill Say,-. 52 Shooting stars. !.-.ral. ^.'i Priv,-\to carriage lo.id. •19 MnngoUau monk, r.l llanl.s. ii2, To hoot. .")3 Type of licmp. 0 The cabinet in Hi Ages. was 55 Pen name of Sidney Porter, O ? recently overtljirown because of a ' budget Item? fine particles. 59 Longed for. VKKXICAI., 1 .Military roads. 2 Capable of being penetrati'd. 2 To primp. 4 Sheaf. 5 Sorrowfi 6 Half an 7 Tliose w color faljric. S I'alteru. 9 Above. I. [em. wo 'Old Irish title 10 To harden. 12 Furnished with rattan, •13 One who I arrlve.s at. ^ If Tenant undi! a lease. IS Insect's eggs. I 22 Instructed. ,2oTo thrust out I 26 Forming tlie base. 27 Chairs. 30 Child's napkin 32 Social insect 3S Pertaining . to knots. 37 A fast'red. , 3SA twelfth of a foot (pi.). Coalition.. 41 Ascended. 43 Round. ^ 44 African' • product. 46 Constellation Lyra. 47 High terrace 49 Falsifier. 50 Horse. 55 Masculine pronoun. 56 "i'ou. TS PARK FUND Balance January 1. 1032 •. Taxes • j Miscellaneous Receipts • Transfer (General Fund) — Labor Supplies :..• Tennis Court Balance December 31. 1932 GAS—PROiPIT AND LOSS Expendi- Receipls lures S .Tles : -••$ 71.440.59 $ Miscellaneous Receipts 98.52 Store Sales 228.51 Gas Purcha.sed • •• . Maint.—High and Low Lines lilaint.—Customers'ServiceXines .., Maint.—Meters Truck Expense : Wages Undistributed Tools ' Distribution Salaries ':• • — Store Sales Sundry Distribution—Expense — AdminLstration Salaries 94.98 $j 333.95 40.00 081.38 572.05 39.70 516t38 22.12 • Office Salaries Of lice Supplies and Expense Genrrar Simdrlcs Uncollectable Accounts ; Allowances and Refunds Depreciation Expense ....... Rrofll for 1932 51.198.49 1.718.14 1.113.83 761.63 187.81 704.22 162.72 1.600.95 228.39 120.56 944.88 1.610.23 446.72 145.38 2C6.02 8.45 4,797.04 5.001.54 $' 1,150.31 $ 1,150.31 $ 71.707.02 $ 71,707.02 BAND FUND Balance January 1. 1932 (O. D.) Taxes. Transfer (General Fund) Band Treasiu-er Balaneie De(»mber 31. 1932 GAS FINANCIAL STATEMENT 779.18 . 500.00 23 g„ i BalancfJ Ipcccmbcr 31, 1932 (O. D.) .; ; Accounts Receivable—Sales i. ' Accounts Receivable—Stores j 1,200.00 55 38 I ^'Sh and Low Lmes I High and Low Lines—Depreciation Allow., A.s.scts Liabilities $ 18,305.96 Lubricants, Boiler Compound. .Etc General Supplies .'.. i.; Production Wages Undistributed; Maintenance Generating Equipmient .. Maintenance .Buildings and Grounds .. , Maintenance Retaining Walls. Dam ,., ' Sundry Production Expen.se .j Maintenance Distribution Equipnient ,. Maintenance ^Meters and Service ; Truck Expense '. i •. Distribution Wages Undistributed; Tools 1 Distribution Salaries .i Stores Sales i Sunday Distribution Expense Administration Salaries J-• Office Salaries ....'... Office Supplies and Expense ; General Sundries i Uncollectable ] U. S. Tax ./ Allowances and Refunds : Depreciation jExiJcnse : Tran.sfer to (jleneial Fund Loss'After -Transfers and Depreciation Taken . 483.22 9886.87 23.620.75 , 948.54 179.73 33.60 308.51 256.01 y. 95.66 ^ 1.394.34 863.44 1,631.39 498.74 530.30 124.32 2,490.75 121.96 280.00 945.12 1.817.75 561.13 606.92 140.91 788.09 11.19 14,617.90 41,623.09 $104,077.91 $104,077.91 ELECTRIC FINANCIAL STATEMENT JUDGMENT FUND Balance Jknuary 1, 1932 .- $ Bali nee December 31, 1932 Bald $ 1,279.18 $ 1,279.18 ! Consumers Service Lines — I Consumers Service. Lines^Dep. Allow. 30.41 $ 30.41 $ 30,41 $ 30.41 STATEMENT OF BONDED INDEBTEDNESS Balance Ciwing January 1. 1932 $380,407.80 $ Time Notis Issued 2,932.liB I Payjnents on Bonds and Notes ' ~- • 73,194.50 nee Owing December 31, 1932 310 ,145.48 Automobiles and Trucks Automobiles and Trucks—Dep. Allow. Tools and Miscl. Equipment Tools and-Miscl. Equip.-Dep. Allow. . Notes Payable . Net Worth .- 3.422.55 58.11 500.00 . 149'400.79 93.680,24 . 45.345.02 32.483.58 1,062.50 767.50 2,028.34 976.42 12,115.94 43,487.67 $201,817.31 $201,817.31 Cash I pl "•• Accounts Receivable—Sale.^ |... Accounts Receivable—Stores Sales Notes Receivable ! • \ • • Land }•• Buildings Buildings Depi-eciatlon ..., Generating' Equipment ...; ; • • Generating Equipmeiit Depreciation WATER—PROFIT AND LOSS $383,339.98 $383,339.98 INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT BOND & INITEREST FUND ^ • • Expendi- i Receipts tures Balance Januari' 1, 1932 '....$ 7,409.98 $ Taxes 38,734.03 Transfer General Fund) 29,766.71 Special A sessments 498.90 Notes Soli : 2,872.23 Bonds and Interest Paid Notes and Interest Paid Balance December 31, 1932 (O: D.) 685.86 70.302.68 3,605.03 ! • ' ' $ 79.967.71 $ 79,967,71^ —' • , KANSAS FISCAL AGENCY—TOPE.KA, KANS. Balance January i, 1932 ; $ 2,119.20$ Remittances 70,293.86 . Cancelled Bonda and Coupons 76,044.60 ! Balance December;31', 1932 2,368.46 ] $ 78.413.06 $ 78,413.06: 1 STATE TREASURER—SCHOOL FUND Remittances $ io ,201.54 i Cancelled Bonds and Coupons .. / 8 117 '>6 Balance December 31, 1032 9,144.28 $ 10,261,54 $ .10,201.54 KANSAS FISCAL AGENCY—NEW YORK Balance Jammi;y 1, 1932' $ 47 21'$ Balance December 31, 1032 47.21.1 -47.21 $ 47.21 Water Sales Sewer Flushing Service Fire Hydrant Service . .. J — • • • • Service Connections ! Miscellaneous Receipts . Meter and Installation .; Stores Sales • — Allowances and Refunds Salaries and Wages Pumping Power Purchased ., • Chemical Supplies General Supplies , '.. • Production Wage^.Undistributed .! Maint. Pumps, Filters, Softening Plant Maint. Buildings and Grounds Maint. Reservoirs, Basin and Tank Sundry Production Expense — Maint. Valves. Mains and Hydrants Maint. Consumers Service Lines Maint. Water Meters Truck Expense !• •: Distribution Wages Undistributed i Tools 1 :•••• Distribution Salaries Meter and Installation Stores Sales Sundry Distribution Expeasc , Administration Salaries •, .1 Office Salaries ! Olllco StippUe.s iind Expcn.se : Genei-nl Sundries ,, \ Uncollectable ...' f Water Works Imp. Bond Interest Depreciation Expense .......... Profit for 1932 : Receipts .$ 32,534.48 $ 900.00 960.00 30.00 7.13 64.62 ' 101.38 Expenditures 13.31 3.896.25 5,171.85 2,848.08 '123.40 289.85 180.93 203.09 150.40 121.53 551.39 400.19 674.79 190.25 351.30 ig.27 1,350.80 64.62 101.38 73,44 944.88 1,001.25 402.44 H72.13 '46.38 4,(197.60 8.303.71 4i,525.90 $ 34,657.61 $ 34,657.61 Retaining Walls andi Drive^yays Deprec. . Dam •• • : Dam Depreciation Distribution System — ; j Distribution System Depreciation Municipal Lighting System ;. — j Municipal Lighting System lj>epreciatlon Ciustorhers' Service and Meters ... I Customers' Service and Meters Deprec. ., Automobiles and Trucks r , Automobiles and Trucks Depreciation ... Tools and Miscl Equipment ; Tools and Miscl. Eqiiipment Depreciation I^et Worth December 31, 1932 A-ssets Liabilities .$ 71,467.01 $ " .i 4,719.71 10.79 . 12.115.94 75o:oo . 20,199.47 0,672,60 .181,661.24 • •i 81 ,376 .1,7 .| 3,007.95 720.64 '; 2,844.42 284.44 ' 87,321.67 33,768,517 24,453.22 9^92.37 44,473.55 i 24,370.28 1,615.50 988.70 91.47 6.89 297,157.4e-t. $454,731.94 $454,731.94 ' STORES FUND Balance January 1. 1932 fO. D.) ..' $ $' Sales.! ...V 29,904.50 Sales—Miscellaneous 247.34 Purchases i-..^ , Labor '.' Salaries , Expense : '.' • Balance on Hand December 31, 1932 ; 5,121.10 22,720.42 .8.30 1.200.00 164.28 947.74 $ 30,151.84 $ 30,151.84 FIRE HYDRANT Balance January 1. 1932 Taxes .' Transfer iGeneral Fundi •. ' Water Ser\'ice Balance December.31. 1^32 J.$ 39.22 $ '•• 668.02 350.00 '• : 960.00 ffiii $ 1,057,24 $ 1,057.24 Balance January 1, 1932 ,'. Taxes , Tran.sfer iGeneral IXindi ' Electricity Purcha.sed ...... Labor Suppllc.'i Balance December 31, 1032 MUNICIPAL LIGHTING .\.... 112.23 $ 3,116.72 1.800,00 3,000.00 206.30 1,043.28 877.37 $ 4,828,05 9 4,828.05 I. T. E. Shanahnn, City Clerk of the City of lola. Kansas, do hereby^ certify that the above statement is cojTect. J T. E. SHANAHAN, City Clerk Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of Pebnirv i(n2 \:.^!^L : .„.,„. ..^-l"'^ WUliaajson. Not^y gwt. ' My commission .expires August 13, 1935.

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