The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1938 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 24,1938 North East Kossuth Page RUTHWELHOUSEN SALUTATORIAN OF TfTONKA SENIORS Commencement Wednesday; 29 Graduate; Dorothy Gartner Highest f ' ~ Titonka: Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening at the Good Hope Lutheran church with Rev. J. H. Kolberg, Brltt, In charge. The mixed chorus sang two numbers under the direction of Emery D. Stewart. Class Night was given at the high school auditorium last Monday evening. The program was: Salutatory, Ruth Welhousen; Vale* dlctory, Dorothy Gartner; Class History, Lucille Peterson; Class Prophecy, Clarice Falk; Advice to Juniors, Loraine Kuchenreuther; Class Poem, Herman Schutter; presentation of Gifts, Dorothy Budlong, Herman Schutter and Eugene Jandl; ClaM Will, Irene Schmidt; Class song by senior class. Master of Ceremonies was Robert Frager. Commencement exercises were held Wednesday evening In the high school auditorium with Rev. W. L. Patterson, local Methodist pastor as speaker. Invocation was given by Rev. Calvin T. Schnucker. The girls' sextette sang two numbers. Miss Dorothy Brooks presented the scholarship award, given by the P. T. A., to Dorothy Gartner. George Peterson, president of the school board, presented the diplomas to twenty-nine graduates, the largest class that has ever graduated here. They are as follows: Alice Brandt, Dorothy Gartner, Magdn- lene Eden, Dorothy Budlong, Clarice Falk. Follna Greenfield. Llllie Hansen. Alvina Heesch, Marietta Huber. Dorothy Peterson, Lorraine Kuchenreuther, Lucille Peterson, Maxlne Peterson. Carroll Reaser, Irene Schmidt. Harriet Schram, Ruby Stenzel, Ruth Welhousen. Ilo Bufflngton. Robert Fraser, Russell French, Junior Hansen. Burton Hansen. Gerald Huber, Morris Isebrand, Eugene Jandl. Robert Reynolds. Raymond Rlcklefs. and Herman Schutter. Annual Picnic Indoor* Thursday was the annual high school and grade community picnic held in the school building, due to rainy weather. A picnic dinner was served at 12 o'clock to a large crowd. In the afternoon the following program was given: band concert under the direction of Emery D. Stewart: style show by the freshmen and sen- ': lor home economics classes; dances I by Miss Brooks, physical training I classes and the winding of the may- tr*Ae student, by one of her attendant*, PaUy Stockwell, was the final event Due to rain no ball game wa« held. In the evening a skating party was enjoyed by the high •chool students. Mrs. Florence Ueascr who has been sick in bed with the flu for a week, is improving. WnJ. Ricklefs has been very sick •ince last Tuesday with a throat infection. Miss Stella Mae Broen and Mus Loraine Tierney, Algona, attended commencement exercises here Wednesday evening and also visited at the Mrs. J. D. Breen home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder Dexter, Minn., were visiting relatives here a week ago. 19 Diplomas at Lakota; 31 Not Absent or Tardy Lakota: On Tuesday evening in :he school auditorium the largest class In the school's history was graduated. The 18 graduates are. L«ena Bauman, Verdean Baum, Edwin Christ, Harold Gingrich, Max- "ne Griese, Mildred Halverson, Arlene Heetland, Merle Heetland, Phyllis Jacobson, Howard Koppen, Wayne Koppen, Richard Peterson, Elnora Poppe, Catherine Powers, Elizabeth Rahmstock, Herman Rlp- pentrop, Margaret Schroeder, Edwin Steenhard and Calvin Ukena. Ward Hamilton of Mason City, gave the commencement address. Two beautiful vocal numbers were presented—one by the double sex- tette, and the other by the girls' glee club. Thirty-one students of the public school were neither absent nor tardy during the entire year. These people were presented with beautiful suede leather attendance awards for the above record: Bobby Harms, Vera Mae Harms, Marvin Kienltz, Robert Boese, Bernadine* Gerzema, Betty Kienltz, Faustlne Heetland, Judith Schroeder, Benny Harms, Nyllne Altlzer, Ardls Boese, Delores Roelfsema, Dorothy Schroeder, Don Grabau, Bobby Wortman, Peggy Beerrrer, Gladys Sheldon, Irene Wirtjes, Margaret Boese, Edwin Christ, Margaret Schroeder, Frederick Tamen, Shirley Hanson, Florence Heetland. John Moe, Ivan Roelfsema and Viola Roelfsema. Special citations and awards were made as follows: salutatorian for the class of 1938, Margaret Schroeder, whose four year average was 94.7 per cent; valedictorian and recipient of the scholarship medal. Phyllis Jacobson, whose four year average was 96; Paul Ukena, a junior in , high school, received the award for participation In school Arlene athletic activities; a lenior girl, Heetland, received the medal. Finally the ctam of 1938 was presented by Supt. Grabau to Mr. Ley, president of the school board, and who after a very fitting but brief talk presented the seniors with their diplomas. After the benediction liy Rev. Carl Hammer of the Methodist church, the graduates were personally greeted by their many friends wishing them success and happi- HONOR AND SCHOLASTIC AWARDS HANDED OUT, FRIDAY AT LEDYARD on Wednesday with nervous trouble. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were in Swea City Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Ronald were In Bancroft Tuesday on business. On last Tuesday evening the junior class and most of the faculty enjoyed a picnic and skating party at Interlaken. Dr. B. A. Storey atended the district meetinf of osteopathic physicians and surgeons at Esthervil!<: last Monday night. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and daughters Margaret and Frances visited at the Julius Jensen borne in Buffalo Center last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and daughters. Merribell and Lois of Birmingham, came Wednesday to the home of her sister, Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Mrs. Miller was formerly Alice Dunham and taught several years in Leuyar5. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthune and family of Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Halvcrson and Mrs. Bernard Anderson and son of Buffalo Center attended the graduation Thursday evening and then were guests at the Edward Halverson home. Alvira Halverson, Ervin Beenken Presented with Special Medals Ledyard: On Friday the school year came to a close with a program In the gym, followed by promotion and exhibits In the various rooms. The program was to have been held out of doors and a bp.ll game was to have been played in the afternoon, but plans had to be altered due to rain. Three plays were presented: "David's Brace Attempt" by Ruby Daniels, Betty Jean Dorsey. Edwin Dontje, Joe Dyer and John Matzener; 'The Hat Shop" by Darlene Hagge, Beatrice Slefert and Tom Garry: poem. "Moo Cow Moo" by Jimmie Reece; poem, "To a Waterfall," Ronald Anderson; poem, "The Daffodils," Francis Yahnke; play, "Sharpshooters" by Howard Klink- slek and Vernon Dorsey. Then the awards for the year were made. Mr. Holt presented the athletic awards as follows: Maynard Warner. Duane Thompson, Billy Bauman and Lyle Priebe received stripe for their letters; first letters were given to Melvin Busch, Paul Garry, Lawrence Flynn. DeVtre Smith, Paul Hend- rlckson, BiUy McDonald, Richard Pishing seems to be the most in teresting topic of conversation and recreation these days. Many of the fUhermen bring back good catches and some just come back, but all given to the two senior boy*. Arlowe Blome. who was elcted honorary basketball captain for the past year and Bernard Anderson who was honorary captain of baseball for the year. Awards of honor in athletics were given to Herbert Trenary. Bn'y McDonald, Donald Looft, Howcrd Klinkslek. Marcus Rippcntropp and Vernon Dorsey. Miss Stofflet presented plru to the following people who had nerved three years on the Putuwl'. staff: Glenn Dyer, Alvira Halverson. Beulah Looft, Doris McDonald, Ruth Estle and Margaret Smith. Cart- iflcates of award were given to LaVonne Olson, Agnes Junkemeler. Bernard Anderson. Geneva Gelhaus and Arlowe Blome. Mr. Morris presented pins to the following for particpatlng in must ic: Beulah Looft, Ruth Estle. Al vira Halverson, Verna Berglund, Margaret Smith and Aenes Junke- meier, and awards to DeVere Smith. Fern Stenzel, Kathleen Reece. Louise Zielbke. Donald Looft, Eva •eem to enjoy th«! time spent near r;sgeri>. Marjorie Mayer, Howard the fishing grounds. I Nitz. Mfixine Siefert. Arline Cor- lus, Vernon Dowey, Nadine Hans, Cecil Langerman, Delorls Junke- meier, Ervin Junkemeler, Orvllle Brand, Marjorie Gable, Pearl Laabs, Connie Gary, Jean Gable, Cleo Looft, Ivadel Peterson, Betty Eggerth, Marvel Halverson, Billy McDonald, Marcus Rippentropp, Paul Garry, Duane Thompson, Howard Klinksiek and Peter Smith. The girls who received letter* or stripes for girls' basketball were: Ruth Estle, Alvira Halverson, Louise Zielske. Geneva Gelhaus. Jean Jable and LaVonne Olson, Luronc Lloyd and Marjorie Barnes. Awards to Deloris Gelhaus. Eunice Priebe, Svelyn Peterson, Mary Lee Olson ,'ind Marvel Halverson. Supt. Irnnner announced that state department of public instruction had offered bus driver awards for every driver who had gone through the school year with no accidents and Ledyard was proud to be able to present every driver with such an award. He also presented a medal to Alvira Halverson for having participated in the most activities and one to Ervin Beenken for having the best general scholarship. Bernard Anderson also received one for being the most typical all arounc athlete. Glendin Hauskin, Hebron, Kicked by Pet Pony, Saturday Hebron: Glendin Hauskin was kicked by their pony last Saturday being struck just above the eye. It required several stitches to close the wound. Dr. Sommers cared for him and he is now getting along nicely. Christ Bergs' New Girl Mr. and Mrs. Christ Berg are the proud parents of a new baby girl born to them May 17th. This is their second child. They also have a son eight years old. Bonna Legried spent a few dsys with Berdean and Thelma Frandle. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Sleper spent Sunday with the Carl Andersons. Mrs. Ted Jordahl assisted her sls- trr-in-law with hanging paper last Thursday. The Rake high school picnicked at Interlaken last Monday and all reported a good time. Mrs. Gust Nelson is at present working for Mrs. Leo Flynn southeast of Buffalo Center. Mrs. Alvina Jordhal is assisting at the Christ Berg home helpin-j care for the new baby girl. Peter Pederson assisted Oscar Frandle with putting a new tin roof on his chicken house last Wednes- RABBiTs MUST BE A.8U TO A 9WK r (K STARS MUST GET OFF LIKE A HASH SHERIFFS o* THE OLD WEST H/XD TO B£ QUKK ON THE DRAW S nm MOTORISTS WWO 0&SH THROUGH ON *VELLOW LIGHT HAN/C /^BSotuTtLV NO Excuse FOR SOC-H A DUMB ST\jN7 A MENACE! ANNt'AL STATEMENT—CITV OF ALOONA For tho Fiscal Year F.nding March SI, 1938 To C. \V. Storm". Audit"!- of S'l.itr: Thl« Is lo iirtify that tl.i- hi fm ni.-il ior civn In Ihls Solid nlfip <inil ' ovrfi-t In tin- I" "I "' nu- kit'UVli'ilR-f nii'l belief. A I'A IT RECEIPTS From April 1st, 1937 to Mn,.rh 31&t. A H c T.'tnl Is coln- . Citv I'lprk. Tola] r.nml v TfiN — .1. <!in C.ovt. 1>. In.I. 1'iv. . . . .$ •: 1.1 S3.12 I '"11 T:\\ . . . .$ Hus.' I!, ,.f I.ic.Ml*.' CiB;lli-U.- I.I,. lion- Kin.-,.. |.',...«. 1.1'llll. i. -i flj.r 117. ' D. Tr.insfi'is .? IT.MIT. 17.niT«S -National Safety Council 4UT«Mf>t tjrp*** pro- n. Mr. Granner act- Commencement Exercise* Commencement exercises were held In the auditorium Thursday •Maine «a* a 4 gram was given. ed as Judge and the class presented Social Economic Goals in American Life. The faculty acted as the jury nnd at the close recommended the clnss for graduation. The following program was given: Processional, Maurine Doorcs; invocation, Rev. Carl Hammer; uolo, Alvira Halverson: presentation of key, Bernard Anderson; acceptance of key, Irvin Beenken; presentation of honor award to Alvira Halverson. Supt. Granner: music, by girls' glee club: general theme, the senior class; presentation of Supt. Granner; presentation of diplomas. Walter Hans; solo, R. O. Morria; benediction. Rev. Carl Hammer; recessional, Maurine Doores. ,..- „.-•_..-. .... -., ^^ n.' fSsca'r* #randre''Stnf The fx)*e to Grant Team high school baseball team played Grant Center Wednesday afternoon at the Grant last dav picnic and were defeated by Grant by one point. The team were the guesta at the picnic dinner at noon. Mrs. Albert West was taken sick Gifts for Graduation the 1938 PACEMAKER SPEED MODEL TYPEWRITERS CORONA All ready for the opening of school, or for all your writing jobs at home. A model for every purse. Handsome, sturdy, easy To operate. Come in and try one out today. UNDERWOOD Portables, made by the largest typewriter firm in the world . . . new IfK'.S models here, touch control, streamlined for beauty, accuracy, and each one guaranteed. SEE THEM ON DISPLAY AT THE Algona Upper Des Moines day. Mis. Tom Berg returned honr? from Rochester last Tuesday where she underwent an operation a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthune and family spent Sunday with her sister, Mrfc Gust Waugen and family at Albert .Le*, ' Mi. ' 'and" ' family and Russell Legried attended the funeral of their cousin near Bricelyn, Minn., last Monday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Maynard Thompson and baby autocd to Glenville. Minn., last Sunday nnd spent tho day with the parents of Mrs. Thompson. The Ladies Aid at Rake pleasantly surprised Mrs. S. O. Saudc on her birthday last Wednesday. She received many useful gifts and n sum of money. Mr. and Mrs. Hip Blondin of Elmore are enjoying a new baby girl born to them May 17. This is their first child. Mrs. Biondin was previously Phyllis Jordan). Mrs. Beatrice Osland and Mrs. Oscar Frandle were supper gursts of the Elmore Ladies Aid last Wednesday night. Mrs. Lars Egesciahl and Mrs. Hannah Thompson were two of the hostess. Miss Agnes Haugen and her parents drove to Minneapolis to attend the graduation of their sister, Myrtle, who graduated from nurses' training at the Fairview hospital. Wednesday night, May I6th. she was the guest speaker, using as her subject, Missions In Foreign Land. Music was furnished by three young people from Wesley. J. A. Barger and George Edwards left Thursday for Boise, Idaho. While there Mr. Barger will park emainder of their household goods into a trailer and bring them back to Lakota. Some of the goods were brought In the trailer when they returned two weeks ago. Mrs. Jerry Ukena read an extract on Our Adventure in Conservation. The club will study Conservation in several phases the coming year and are looking forward to an interesting study year. Mesdames W. E. Ley, R. L. Williams and Claire Frerking will be the social committee for the year. The next meeting will be a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Rose Rahmstock had been ill several days and last week on Wednesday she was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital for an op- eation for appendicitis and is reported in a satisfactory condition. Mr0. Rahmstock's daughter, Elizabeth, was one of the graduating class and the mother's illness interfered with the celebration of the event. Emma Gutknecht entertained the 1 Acorn club Thursday afternoon in the first meeting of the new club year. Following the close of last year's business, Mrs. Earl Grabau Strict Department — f. Se\v,-i s. and So\vnp;e IH*. .$ 79.T.20 R. MIsY'iioous 1 I I.3S Tn till . .$ on: Mun. 7r<lit.«lrliv«—- Hoiifiils- a. \Vnter \Vks J 1<>.401.SO t h. F.IT. l.t \Vks <I2.40!I.9S e. l.lli'ry Fines nnd fees l',.OOn.S9 h. Parks and Hath lionch . . 1.752.00 k. Fires HiS.IS Sal.-.s 1.47292 $ 9,04 2.:i!> i-.-e!. T'dal mi $ 21 :'.9t 7J .11 1ti-2.775.49 l.f,0|.f,0 I*! 1 -. IS Tom] . . . .$120.-l:!1.Sr, t in..-,].-.:!1 $ .1.117.71 $ irn.:',9l.« J1.".I..'!!H ?S 6. MlsccllnnrnilP— n. Aiiv. Dep. . .$ I.MS.:::, $ b. * Int. . ;!.r.:.:,.oi s.o:,3.2« $ 5.0.-,:: 2« $ 7. (Irinil tolnl Blanche Henrikson Of Ottosen to Wed New Yorker Soon Ottosen: A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Miss Blanche Henrikson, Friday afternoon, dt the ^uthnran church parlors. A short irogrnm was given: reading by Mrs. Harold Jacobson; ocal solo, Loin Watnem; reading, Mrs. Ralph Richards nnd advice was written for the bride. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The bride is n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson and .ihe will marry Wilbur Stone of Gchcn- octady. N. Y., n son of Mr. and Mrs John Stone. In June they will leave for Schenectady. Those from a distance who nttend- d the sh ocwewrer e zh7mg9 ed the shower were: Mrs. Donald Usher of Ionia, Mrs. Ray Stone and daughter, Lois. Mrs. Albert Stone and son of Alta, Mrs. T. Olson and daughter, Mary Jane. Mrs. Vila.? Lnrsen, Mrs. Ole Jacobson «nd children, Mrs. Jake Jacobson nil of Bode, and Mrs. Gallon of Humboldt, Mrs. Fred Lenz of Rn'Iman and Cora and Margaret Lelviok of Mallard. .,-„. _ - -- ... Mrs. Henry Gregerson of T/um the retiring president, turned the bolilt has been visiting friends here meeting over to the new president, the past week. Mrs. Harry Warburton, who took up tb*-<MW biuiara*. RMuU&K of tb* by-iaws followed and the members gave the Club Woman's Creed. To Build at Wesley Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne have purchased the oast lot on main street owned by Lease & Lease and expect to erect n combined business and dwelling building some time in the future. The lot is 22 by 100 feet and lies between the Lease store and the Kouba Food market. RABBI MANNHEIMER of Des Moines will deliver a lecture on "Masonry and Democracy" at the local Masonic Temple this evening tTuosday), to members from 15 different lodges in this vicinity. The local Masonic quartet will offer musical numbers. A four pound baby boy was born t«"Mrr and 'Mwtrt.eBter •Wehrapan Thursday at the Lutheran hospita In Port Dodge. .1. D. LOWE addressed the Kos suth Flower club Monday cveninj, of last week, outlining some of the aims and accomplishments of the conservation movement, both locally and natioanllyJ Mrs. Harry Bode presided. Mrs. T. H. Holmes gave an interesting paper on perennials. SPEEDERS WERE warned by Algona city police that traffic laws are to be obeyed. It seems thai city officers have been noting number of violations, and they say that the law is going to strike with the speed of lightning and the force of a cyclone on those who foil to pay heed in the future. LAKOTA NEWS Lawrence Wolcott. Mankato. Minn., was a visitor at the Lou Nit/, home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark left early iast week for a vacation trin to some* of the western states recently. The Rev. A. F. Boese, pastor of the Lutheran church, spent last week in St. Paul, attending a district convention. Mildred Barger. who is employed at Rochester. Minn., is spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger. The S. M. K. and their sponsor. Mrs. O. H. Frerking held their meeting at the Claus Daniels home north of town Saturday. May 14. and helped Donald Daniels celebrate his birthday. Ferdinand Koppen. Jr.. who has been in the hospital in Buffalo Center where he underwent un append- ictis operation, was brought home last week Wednesday evening ami i.s rapidly recovering. The Rev. iiiKj Mrs, Gtraid Uktr.a and little son of Je.s'up, luwa. spcni part of last week visiting with Mrs. L-kenu's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Krtrkiiig. nnd Mr. Ukena :•. mother, Mr.-.. Ida Ukciiu. and other relatives here. Nick Keller, wlxo has been critically ill in the Buffalo Center hospital or several weeks, is reported .'is much improved. following a blood transfusion ten days ago. It is expected he will be able to be taken home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Diez. who work for '"hark-s (Julkiiccht. and who recently visited then little son. Frank ut the Iowa City hospital, where he is Inking tit-.itiuentb for foot trouble, report him us recovering and ex- ] pet t /inn hojzie soon. Mi.- D H. Frt-rking attended a Presbyterian missionary guest duy meeting at Algona, Thursday where Upper Des Moines Want- Ads .IBM Upper Des Moines want ads have been getting results for hundreds of people weekly. Here is a quick, easy meth - od of advertising. Fill in the coupon. Name __________ _________ Address ____________ Telephone ______________ No. of Inserts ______ Ad ________________________________ ________ 2c a word, cu»h ui advance, Minimum co»t per ad, -5e if receipts foi year ending March 31st. 19:is . . EXPENDITURES From April 1, 1937 to March 31st, 1398 A n c n Salaries llctter- and ment* or Mierrl- Total 50.1 1 . tleuoral <Ioyorninrnt — a. City officials t 513.00 c. Printing nnd Stationery .... d. I.eftal Rxp. •• f. Klcr.tlons .. K. Mun. I.RC pxp Outlay laneouR f 60. 4.1 102,50 20.00 rirar.d Total r.ri.OO Sf,0.4:t 40000 lOI.fifl 20.00 itnl 1 .113.00 $ $ 1,nS2.fl.1 $ I.SO.VS.I »1.S!>5.9.1 lion «( Life CP <lept..$ 3 Dept. . . * Iiepnrtmei .. Kxp. . .» •nse anil .sal Plnnt rs nnd I'roporty — 4.400.33 ) $ .140.00 379.24 4.9J0.33 :t ~ 9 :,no J .190.24 $ ri04.os $ 2.JM.9S L'.TTI.Of, f 7:in.42 4.904.41 :l.1S«.22 s.nfio.e.i $ s. 090.63 .93.00 540.00 r.40.00 Total a. Cifn. b. r ., Sewers il. MIscH. Ti.tnl Street Department n. lien. K\ 1). Street Cleiin $ c. I'avliiK i\. Water \Vk* ti. Kir f.Kt \\'ks lfi.433.7ri r,.5ri:i.fi4 44,2:t:l.64 66.221.0:1 I. I'ni-ks fi lialh liea-lic* ..... 941.14 395.31 3,R13.2ii r...T49.71 j. Mlir.iry .. ti. 311102 6.:;il.fl.' I. Hand ....... 1,150.00 1 'lit- I * J 1.DJ9. !>,!H',0 9.9 SO. iti-lcs — * N.72! 37 .79 7!) .30 $ 1 $ I , $ $ 3,C,S1.20 1 ;i.«s:i.20 t 2.74R.n:i $ I. r, 12 2.1. r, 270.42 .104. «2 .SSL'.Tl! .000.011 ,fiS7.:.s ,, $ $ $ t $ 3. fi. 1!'. 12, .17, IS 1S!> 104 2:t2 .11(111 :i.'!7 .31! 79 * S2 .no ..17 » ,4S 3.189.79 .17..1.17..'i7 Ti>Ull ..,$ 27.2lil.lH S.K!K',.!>S $ t 97.:173.24 $ W7.373.24 I). Mm: lin f. Mlsecl Total .... MlPoellancnuH n. Trnnnfers . b. I!ef. ].>cp. . Total & Special* Hunds Intercut Paid I'al.l IMs $ 1, »ti(>. (in | Tii'i.ito $ 16.ii! 1.0» Mlscel. Tutnl t 1.7CO.OO !«,!)! 1.04 .1 17.911 114 7CO.OII $ I IS.671.04 » 1S.C71.04 Tninnfers .$ 42.7fe2.94 llefllnds Interest Mlflcel. 1,055.20 * 42.7S2.94 $ 1,055.20 $ I 43,838.14 8. Graiul total uf cxiK/nilltures for year i-ndinK March Jlst, 1938 $210,390 14 CASH TRANSACTIONS Prom April 1st, 1397, to March 31st, 1938 1. Cash on "hand API 111,^937. Total (.'axli | $147,042.73 2. Add: Grand total of recclpla for year ending March 31, 1»38 208,558.11 3. Total to be accounted for 355.598 89 4. Deduct — in) <«riinil total of i-.\p<-iiillMire.s fu r year cnillnK Mnicli .11, JJI» .'iflii ;M Mi) A<I<1: Warrant.* ollIMn nilliiK April 1 1H:17 ';7!in| "•» Tolal t$21».77:,'::s nil \Vnl-raiils ulltMiirilliiK -Marcli '.', 1, l!i:;s..$ !i.!iV7 :;;, "•' Total ili-ilnctloii |2(Hi,7l"> li.l $20(1 7SS 01 .•. <.ai-li on liiiml .Man h ::]. \\f.\\ Toial S lAJ Mil Stl REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS ci!.\i:.u"n:i: <n-- OIH.ICATION Amount ' 'r'n,','" Amount oiitstniiclhm Dnrlnir < nilManiliMK 1 (•..,, .,..,. i, ,1 April 1. l!i.",7 Year .Mari-li :il. 1JI.IS VALUATION' OF' PROPERTY 'SUBJECT" TO $ TAXATiON* 1 ' 000 ''' 0 On Assessment of January 1, 1937 1. Ki-al I'rop.-i ty .'. I't-l-soiial I'rupei-lv :i. l.'ailroa'l l'i,.|>. ilv 4. Ti'l'.plniMi-. Ti-li-CT.-ipIl an.I l:\|.r,-ss i Total TilMilil.- Va I ua 1 ion ,,f All I'r, ami I'r.-.litsi .1. Total Valnnlliin of .M Tolal Til MI Me Valuali Ass<-*st-,l \'aln;dion of n to i-nail tax only J7t;n. Nninl..-r of mill* 1,-vli-il . Mill. TAX LEVIES Made in August, 1937 s anl I'liMlltj. .f iill ri-op, i iv . . i It in a! la i],I- In .- Taxaldr Valuii $I.M2,97J .'101.624 792.B07 rpoiate lunhs nni-|.'nlliiral (for Ta v only) 1 \Val I.lKl.l St v\-,-r Fii-,-'ial j > i: \VII.\T ,.,,il Fund is". u:vn:i> 1..-VV 111 Mills HA.vns ri.v an.) • t I. of lianli Town Amount Iowa Sun,- AlK'.na } 1 nfl.M" >• '] M'f-urli 1 .- Slat*-. Ai^',,!ia 4"j nnn no I (Vrlif/ ii : .il ai."V- >lal,-ni'-nE lio- l-.tal ''a~ii (o Iho I'rt-iilt ,f fjly of Al^-..i a r.>. ..f ::l.M. lfi"A H T. i;n.M"i:i: Tn-asm-cr LIST OF OFFICERS AND GENERAL INFORMATION Name of Citv. AlL'.ina: of ti:-.-t iii'-.o |,»i iit i. n I - 7 _'; ,l,n,. of n-coml n.-'.i |.oi a lion 1 •. 4 V N'uillla r of -ij mi!' L in I)M- . <.1[.OI a t i.'ll. 2. F.l:> )'. r Annnii C I-'. ."-'IT.-lit . . . .»:•('! Ailal, c.i i is-on . ir.'i ir.-r H. I. f.ilinor.- 40 or. I I. l:.,,,ar '.II oil,I .1 W IC.-tlv •;'.".! irVi 'II.Mi:\' is?.') IS't'l VALUE OF MUNICIPAL POSSESSIONS AS OF APRIL li-t. I'J.IS ITKMS Muijir-i|.;il rti, II. lints (a I I. anil .'in. I i ,;,;], I .'; 1 1- I Fill-nit u i ,- a ml o' i. Vnl-.iiitli ;i rl i, f la I I., -mil an. I Lnl lil i ilii Al>|>ar.iti:>i al. '1 l-^'inil'lii' nl of St I . . I-:!.-, -n-i.- i.ini.i \v,.i \V:,|.r \V..ik« • •1 Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. < "miim tit IJmmrlshnrK, lintel Kcrninr.-. VV> i!iu-,i! , \ fiiTinxiii, .Jinn' st: Mason City, lintel Ci-rru (ioriln, TucMlay, May Hist. Hi turn i-\cry •IX duys. The Regular ai;c» - JKcliable Chicago DijL-ase Specialist who has since 1907 treated Chronic, Nervous and Kl'Ei'IAL, DISKASE.S t.f JUeu aud \Voiucu .Scicutiilciilly, also liisiiiscd of tho Kjo. Ear. Is use. Throat, t :.-. Heart, liio^J. Skin. Nervous Debility. Nerve a. Liv>. r, tjluu.._cli. InteStnu-i. KiJi.eyii, JinJ Uluiiucr. CuiijUiiu<uun iu a a early stage, Catarrh Rinwiuu in Kard ainl Lieafness. I'-iralysia. N.-u- rali'ia, Epilup-y, fcii^k IlcuJache, Uoiiru, Eczema. Scrufula. penJl'-ilia. Crave). Rheumatism of joints and musclcj. PILES, FISTULA, FISSURE suui. other Rectal Diseases Treated • V ' _. . , Surgical Cases Given Sptvial Attention.' t)v«ir 80'/n of "?y paticuta come from recommendations (u those I have cured. *^ CONSULTATION PRBJ Adilrusa ^ LUfb tO DR. J. F. SHALLENBERGER, M. D. CHH'ACiO. 1IJU DAI LUont fld^-ltu Qukfeai UJoij

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