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PUBLIC NOTICE QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT OP THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF FAYETTE, FAYETTE COUNTY, IOWA v For MM First Quarter, July 1, 1M1 to September JO, W1. \ GENERAL FUND \ BALANCE ON HAND JUNE 30, 1961 $ -6,773.84 Receipts 12,799.35 Balance on Hand, September 30, 1961 $6,025.51 Disbursements |^ General Control J 2,031.37 Instruction 31.-J97.iri '*\ Auxiliary Service 4.499.24 \ Operation of Plant 3.864.05 \ Maintenance 1,958.40 Fixed Charges 360.81 Capital Outlay 890.95 45,101.97 Balance on Hand, September 30, 1961 _ -39,076.46 SPECIAL COURSES FUND Balance on Hand June 30. 1961 $ 1.193.19 Receipts 774.89 Balance on Hand September 30, 1961 $ 1.968.08 SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Balance on Hand June 30, 1961 $ 4,435.22 Receipts 881.02 Balance on Hand September 30. 1961 $ 5,316.24 Total Balance on Hand all funds. September 30. 1961 —31.792.14 I, Ronald F. Kocher, Secretary of the above named school district do hereby certify that this is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the board of the said district, for the quarter ending September 30, 1961. RONALD F. KOCHER Secretary Subscribed and sworn to me this 16th day of July, 1962 Katherine Gross Notary Public QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF FAYETTE, FAYETTE COUNTY, IOWA For th« Second Quarter, October 1, INI to December 11, 1961 GENERAL FUND BALANCE ON HAND SEPTEMBER 30, 1961 $- 39.07C.4C Receipts 80,290.96 Balance on Hand. December 31, 1961 ? 41,220.50 Disbursements General Control $ 1,571.47 . Instruction - 34,477.96 7,801,68 12,062.44 6,262.50 5,799.94 5,182.62 Auxiliary Service ............. - .............. 5,680.43 Operation of Plant ........... - ................ 4,147.72 Maintenance .................................. 1,842.33 Fixed Charges ............................... 663.04 Capital Outlay ........................... — - 1,099.90 Debt Service ................... - ............. 156.65 49.639.50 Balance on Hand December 31, 1961 . ............. - 8,419.00 SPECIAL COURSES FUND Balance on Hand September 30, 1961 ............ $ 1.968.08 Receipts - ............................. - ..... - 5933.60 7,901.68 Disbursements ............. - ...... ------ ........ Balance on Hand December 31, 1961 — ......... SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Balance on Hand September 30, 1961 ..... ------- $ 5,316.24 Receipts .................................... 6,746.20 Disbursements .............................. Balance on Hand, December 31, 1961 ........ — Total Balance on hand all funds, December 31, 1961 I, Ronald F, Kocher, Secetary of the above named school district do hereby certify that this is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the board of said district, for the quarter ending December 31, 1961. RONALD F. KOCHER Secretary Subscribed and sworn to me this 16th day of July, 1962 Katherine Gross Notary Public QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF FAYETTE FAYETTE COUNTY, IOWA For th« third quarter. January 1, 1KJ to March 31, 19*2. GENERAL FUND Balance on hand December 31, 1961 Receipts Balance on Hand March 31, 1962 Disbursements General Control $ Instruction - 32,893.55 Auxiliary Service «M»«-* Operation of Plant Maintenance — Fixed Charges Capital Outlay 745 - 97 Balance on Hand March 31, 1962 SPECIAL COURSES FUND Balance on Hand, December 31, 1961 7,801.68 Receipts 1,457.97 Balance on Hand, March 31, 1962 « SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Balance on Hand, December 31, 1961 5,799.94 Receipts 613.95 Balance on Hand March 31, 1962 Balance «i Hand March 31, 1962 (Total all Funds) I, Ronald F, Kocher, Secetary of the above named school district do hereby certify that this to a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the board of said district, for the quarter ending March 31, 1962. Subscribed and sworn to me this 16th day of July, 1902 RONALD F. KOCHER Secretary Katherine Gross Notary Public American Inst. Corp 10.00 Andersons Dime Store .. 1.43 Arwells, Inc 175.50 Association Films, Inc... .20 Mrs. Ruth Baker 2652.04 Beckley-Cardy Co. 257.17 Bedford Lumber Co 98.17 Benefic Press 8.88 E. A. Billings P. M 220.20 Bills Super Valu 22.22 Blackboard Maintenance Co 27.50 Virgil M. Borchert 9.66 Mrs. Betty Boulton 63.00 R. R. Bowker Co 28.00 Mary Brause — 3014.58 Lydia A. Bright 1149.32 Gary Briesmeister 331.16 Brodhead-Garrett Co. ... 5.48 Silver Burdett Co 4.14 Boreauof A-V Inst Ext. Div. St. U. of 1 14.39 Bureau of Ed. Research Service 149.48 Burstein Applebee Co. ... 35.80 Burroughs Corp 16.80 Kenneth Butters 5.64 Eleanor M. Butterfield 2308.10 California Test Bureau .. 9.69 Ed Campbell 4177.07 S. E. Campbell 992.28 George Capell 2621.84 Careers 28.00 Carleton-Stewart Music Co 52.49 Cent-al Scientific Co. .. 43.94 Certified Electric Division 21.42 John J. Chandler 620.02 Dale Chase 6.56 Chemco Co 65.75 Civic Education Service .. 4.00 Mrs. Jean Clark 196.00 Colliers Encyclopedia 4,25 F. E. Compton Co 4.95 Contenental Press 13.17 John R. Cooper 704.15 Craft-Cochran Athletic Goods 223.40 Arthur C. Croft Pub 24.00 Howell Culbertson 4.80 Curriculum Material Center 30.11 D. Dean Curtis 6075.47 V. E. Dahl 42.30 Daniels Drug Store 127.19 Delong Subscription Agency 19.00 The Dept. of Elementary School Prtn. 3.58 Des Moines Register & Tribune 87.80 Dictation Disc Co. 8.62 Docs Barber Shop 1.40 Mrs. Emma Downing 2786.56 16.83 b. B. Kerr .-,. Clarence K. Ximpston A. N. Klrsch Fire Equipment 60.25 Klipton Pringtin and Office Supply Co. 265.64 Janis Knight 2605.48 Kip Knight 68^25 Knights Hardward 527.99 Joanna Kocher 50.00 Ronald F. Kocher 832.86 Milt Kramer 4591.52 Lucys Garden of Eaten .. 2.81 J. S. Latta & Son 1103.25 David L. Lau 392.35 Florence Lease 4416.28 Lewis Variety Store Library Service Assoc. Dr. Scott Linge J. P. Lappincott Co Lyons Bond Inst. Co. Lyons & Carnahan Lyon-Healy Regina Mattox Mrs. Joan McCallum Irene Swanson McColley McCarty Upbolstry ...'.. Robert McCormack Rochelle McCormack ... Mary Ellen McCormack McCormack-Mathers Pub. Co 39.00 39-31 LSI 10.29 39.58 36.64 U*7 2.00 4J5 $ -3,419.00 22,983.87 14,564.87 48,960.64 -34,395.77 9,259.65 6,413.89 -18,722.23 ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OF FAYETTE COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF FAYETTE IOWA> FAYBTTE COUNTY, IOWA FOft THE YEAR ENDING JUNE M, 1N2 We hereby certify that this report i* correct as required by Sections 297.32 and 279.33, Code of Iowa, I960 edition. Copy filed with the County Superintendent and posted or puWlshed as required by law, on July 1, 1962. H. H. JONES, President RONALD F. KOCHER Secretary SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Dennis Dumermuth Earles Standard Service Economy Co Education PubL Co. Educators Progress Service Educational Aixfio Visual Inc. Educational Record Saks Co. Educational Testing Service Wm. L Egglestone Encyclopedia BrUamsea Inc Endgate Guide Co. 127.90 Nancy L. Ericson 444.48 Phyllis Ann Ertz 1299.14 Evenson Bros 00.00 Donna Everett 1755.05 Gerald H. Everett 374.64 Ruth M. Everett 3470.39 Fayette Coop Cry. Co. .. 2.85 Fayette County Board of Ed. 899.84 Fayette County Leader Fayette Co. Tele. Co Fayette Insurance Agency Fayette Speed Wash .... Fearon Pub. Co The Fideler Company BUI Finch Otto Finger Follett Publishing Co. .. Frontier Press Dist. Co,. Fryon Film Service 26.72 E. R. Gallaher 346.71 J. P. Gasway Co 36.75 Gel-Sten Supply Co 10.35 Giles & Kendall Co 97.43 Ginn & Co 378.24 Grade Teacher 13.50 The Grolier Society, Inc. 104.62 David Hamilton 5432.20 C. S. Hammond & Co. .. Hammond & Stephen Co. Harcourt, Brace & Co. .. Harper Plumbing and Heating Heat-Timer Corp D. C. Heath & Co Heineman Texaco Myrna Heineman , 2809.96 Mrs. Frances Heth 1483.28 Hillyard Sales Co. »7.25 Hiltbrunner Music Co. .. 58.46 Hofmeyer & Anthony .... 153.32 J. L Holcomb Manf. Co. Inc. Holt, Reinhart and Winston, Inc U\M Hoist Prentice Co 46.77 Melvin Holtzman 2.00 Houghton Mifflin Co 6.51 Jack Howard 41.40 Hunzelman 389.40 170.48 461.15 16.80 7.65 26.64 17-25 -25 83.16 27.40 47.10 22.39 165.01) 23.09 3.91 121.30 13.68 545.40 3C73.82 2401.81 68.25 4348.02 2437.70 28.50 44.79 D. L. McFarland 1457.59 McGraw Hill Book Co., Inc 21.65 McGregor Magazine Ageny 158.55 McGregor Supply Co 4.17 The Macmillan Co. 41.07 The MagafUe Co 23.56 Martin Bros. Dist. Co. .. 30.85 Martin & Machine Co. .. 1.20 Mrs. A. W. Martin. Jr. .. 70.00 A. J. Masuen Co. 12.09 Maurers Store 16.97 Theodore Mayer & Co. .. 42.50 Charles E. Merrill Z81 Metropolitan Supply Co 1204.86 Mrs. Barbara Meyer ... 3531.06 Midland A-V Sales 60.54 Midland Laboratories .... 24.00 Midwest Chemical Co. .. 9100 Midwest Shop Supplies .. 84.77 Houghton Miffltn Co 33.00 Frank Miller 84.85 Minnesota Woodworkers Supply Co 169.65 The Missouri Chemical Co. 8064 Modern Sound Pictures Inc. 17.73 Moline Body Co. 17.85 Lorenzo Morse 1.00 Jon Wm. Mullins 339.64 Terry Mullins 706.00 P. J. Murphy & Assoc .. 8.14 Music Corner, Inc. 5.21 The National Education Assoc. 4.65 National School Record House 6.79 Mary Eva Nelson 3142.29 Jay Ndson 8.00 News Map of the Week. Inc. 57.50 Kims Sportsman's 154.60 D. VanNcotrand Co. .... 23.06 Nu-Ball Man*. Co. .... S4J6 Nutri-Pak Co. ...„..._ 13JO Odwein Battery & Electric Co. 74.10 Odwein Office Outfitters 95.00 Otts Drive In ._ 2.94 Overton Chemical 78.70 Overview 5.00 Panama Carbon Co 47.42 Matt Parrott * Sons Co. 27.84 Ronald Paul 75.00 Frank Paxton Lumber Co 34X72 J. C. Penny's 2.08 Perry Pictures, Inc. liM Eldon Peters 4135.98 Row, Peterson & Co 9.00 Margaret Pickett 341L44 Paul Pickett 10.62 Pioneer Manufacturing Co 125.94 Pittsburgh Plate Glass .. 12X00 Earle R. Powis 3SB7.S6 Pratt Paper Co 852.26 Pratt Sound rums, Inc ISAM Precision Equipment Co. . 7X90 Prentice-Hall Inc 1X36 Jack Roberts 367.45 Bernard Robde 62.50 Ro-Lo, Inc 75.00 Heleti Scheldel 3197.00 Mrs. Marcia Schmitz .... 49.00 Earl Schneider 265.28 Scholastic Magazines 2.00 School Bus Sales Co 35.87 School Form & Supply Co. 8.56. Science and Mechanics .. 3.00 Science Research Assoc. . 94.86 Scott Foresman and Co 462.05 E. C. Seale * Co.. Inc .. 11.34 Simon & Schuster 7 1C L. W. .Singer Co 9.64 .Singer Sewing Machine Co 3.75 Siou* City Journal 7.56 C. E. Smith & Sons 28.37 Claude E. Smith Jr. .. 701.00 SmiUvCorona 347.50 Joyce E. Smith 940.74 South Western Pub. Co. .. 76.43 Speedry Products of Iowa 22.52 State Agency of Surplus 4.06 State Bank of Fayette .. 5.50 State University of Iowa 42.01 The Stick Co 24.00 Colleen Stevens 2438.21 Mrs. Grace Stirk 3567.08 Mrs. Stranahan 3732.61 E. A. Strauss 11.23 Sumner Variety .78 Emily A. Swart* 3468.20 bearer pillows and prayer book covers. Plants in this classification also produce such products at tents, awnings, draperies, plastic garment bags, pillows, floor mops, life preserves, car wash mitts, prize ribbons and auto seat covers. "This industry is one of the important segments of the Iowa industrial economy." said Harry D. Linn, executive vice president of ' the IMA. "It not only provides employment for lowans. but also provides products for sale through Iowa retail outlets." New fibers, finishes Mean lew ironing The day when you won't have to put up with big summertime ironings is on its way, as now developments continue to lighten the ironing load Here's the current situation, re ported by Opal Hoberson. Iowa State University extension clothing specialist. New wash and wear fin ishes for cotton last longer than ever. They're also safe in chlorine bleach. GarnvnU with many of the new finishes tumble dry in a dryer without wrinkling, widfng the messy job of "drip-drying." Another "multi-purpose" finish makes cotton wash-and-wear and permanently attaches dyes, starch es and other finishing materials all in a single treatment. This makes possible many combinations of special qualities. Then there are the manmade fibers. Many of these, such as nylon. (Jacnni polyester, and Orion acrylic, are naturally "wash-and- wear." They're strong and durable, resist wrinkling and mussing during wear. These garments dry quickly and smoothly because they won't absorb much water. Blends of natural and manmade fibers make up another class of wash and wear. Gradually, the best combinations of fibers are proving themselves. One of the rn<<;,i popular is 65 percent Dacron poly ester with 35 percent cotton. Check the label for fiber content when you buy blends, Miss Roberson ad vises. At least 50 per cent of the manmade fiber with wash-and-wear qualities is necessary to give good performances. Russell A. Swartz Agency Mark Swella Todays Secretary 883.97 28.00 4.00 Taylor Music Co 1228.99 Thrifty Food Mart. 1.71 Don Tlmmerman 32.25 Nick Toutsch 10.00 Town of Fayette, Water Dept 378.36 University of Minnesota .. 82.50 U. of Nebraska Press .. 3.69 Vandersee P. Ic H. 1567.78 Wagner T. V. Service .... 32.40 Harr Wagner Pub. Co. .. 3.84 J. Weston Walch, Pub. .. 5.28 Webster Pub. Co. 6197 The Welch Scientific Co. 118.83 The Weslin Co. 37.50 West Union Appliance .... 16.45 West Union Freight Lines 34.06 Western Chemical Co. .. 337.18 Weston Woods Studios .. 14.85 Whites Motor Transport 35.67 Jerome Weidman 857.95 Wttcott & Follett Co. .. 130.19 Clyde Williams 2.40 H. W. Wilson Co 750 John C. Winston It Co. .. 87.07 Lysle Wooldridge 30.35 World Book Yearbook .... 23.80 Bar-bar Wittlich 529.30 Zep Manufacturing Corp. 320.17 Zbornik Body Shop 81.57 Zabriskies Garage 1602.88 State Bank of Fayette (Interest; 312.99 TOTAL $188.289.39 ire Of wearing apparel lowans, from infants to adults, could outfit themselves for nearly any occasion with clothing man ufacttnd » the state, a report from the Iowa Manufacturers Ass ociation showed today. The study, using information from the Iowa Development Commission, showed a total of 153 different apparel and other finished products are manufactured in 110 plants in Iowa. Wearing apparel manufactured in Iowa includes men's suRs, topcoats, overcoats, sportswear, neckties, shirts, gloves, work clothing, infants' layettes, boys' and girls' clothing, ladies dresses. Is anything more fun to eat than a spankin' fresh coffee cake cut in generous wedges and accompanied by cups of •teaming, fragrant coffee! It's a refreshment to put cheer into a»y soul . , . and especially it the coffee cake is this Orange- Prune Coffee Ring. It is fruity—little pieces of tart-sweet prunes all through it take care of that It has a nut-like flavor—the whole bran cereal is responsible for that. Then there's the pungency of orange Juice and rind, and the sweetness of * sugar icing. So make it and enioy it—for morning coffee breaks, for afternoon pick-ups, for late evening snacks. Here are the directions: 1 cup whole bran cereal 1 cup sifted flour *4 cup orange juice 1V4 teaspoons baking powder 1 egg ¥4 teaspoon baking soda K cup soft shortening Vt teaspoon salt i lft teaspoons grated orange rind V< cup sugar 1 cup finely cut cooked prunes Combine bran cereal and orange juice; let stand until most of moisture is taken up. Add egg. shortening and orange rind; beat well. Sift together flour, baking powder, soda, salt and sugar. f^A to first mixture together with prunes, stirring only unttl combined. Fill greased 8'i-inch ring mold about % full. Bake in moderately hot oven (400''F.; about 25 minutes. Remove from ring mold; let cool. Icing: | 1-2 tablespoons hot milk 1 cup sifted confectioners' sugar i or light cream For icing, combine sugar and milk, stirring until of spreading consistency. Spread at once over coffee cake. If desired, sprinkle icing with grated orange rind and decorate with walnut halves. Makes 8-10 servings PUBLIC NOTICE REPORT OF CONDITION tufts, OF STATE BANK OF FAYETTE, of Fayette County in the State coats Sportswear, fur coats, under of Iowa at the dose of business on June 30, 1962. garments, hats. ASSETS Also manufactured in Iowa are Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in rainwear, caps, professional uni- process of collection ................... ........... .......... $ forms, pajamas, overalls, hunting United States Government obligations, direct and clothes, sport uniforms and insulat- guaranteed . ------ed outerwear. Obligations of States and political subdivisions A number of unusual items also Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including are produced in the state. They $99,193.75 securities of Federal agencies and include cobblers' aprons, shampoo corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) capes, husking sleeves, bridal gar- Loans and discounts (including 1183.20 overdrafts* . ......... ten 'turkey saddles sails ring Bank premises owned $2,0X1.00, furniture and fix tures None ..... ............ - ....... ---------------------- Other assets - ....... ......... - ....... 240,363.85 580,624.38 C1.636.CO 99.1JO.75 702.585.18 Budget Fajrette Community School District TOTAL ASSETS $ 1,688,436 » of LIABILITIES individuals, partnerships, and 133.41 136.41 53JO NOTICE:-Tbe Board of Directors of The Fayette Community School District, Fayette County, towa, will meet July 30, 1962, at 7:30 P. U., at Demand deposits the Fayette High SchooL Taxpayers wifl be heard for or against the M corporations towing estimatr of expendtturwTfor the year beginning July 1, 1962, and Time and savings depos.ts of individual*, partnerships, ending June 30, 1963. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements. and corporations both past and anticipated wfll be available at the hearing. RONALD F. KOCHER District Secretary $ 853.499.54 FUNDS Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) ..... Deposits of States and political subdivisions Certified and offkers* checks, etc TOTAL DEPOSITS $1.464,258.67 (a) Total demand deposits 979.S2J 13 (b) Total time and savings deposits 484,fi8Ct54 17jGfK.78 645. M TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, lota! par value $50,000.00 Surplus -- ----- Undivided profits .._ . - 50,000.00 50,000.00 124,178.2! B£ On Hand Last Report, June 30, 1961 * W» n^Y^^iman' iw General Total Receipts including balance above 15.875-45 Russell Hunzelman J-jo lymn ^ aUon School House Fund Disbursements Total W»» 5fc, Po ?i n V« 1400 Text Books and Balance on Hand June 30, W62 9 &> M ^J£rZffL£,'"' Supplies GENERAL FUND i~*«*rf«i Art* Sunoiv vv TOTAL CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS ._ 234,178.28 nsiaeo Balance on hand last report June 30, 1W1 District Tax SemtAnnual Apportionment General Aid :„..... Transportation Aid ------- : Supplemental Aid Other State Aid TyWon CoDectad Trawporta«on Collected ------Other Revenue Sources R««**i« Accounts .......................... Otbee Non-revenue Source. ...................................... &£& Total lUctipu inctudinf balance abovo .......................... HS'25'S Oenewl Fund Disbursement* - Total .......................... "KSaS Balance on Hand Jim 30, 1962 .................................. -3,17194 • : • IMICIAL COUMW FUND Balance on Hand June to MW-... .................. J'H Receipt* (Total) . ----- „ Mrs. Industrial Arts Supply Co. Industrial Chemical Lab. Inc Internal Revenue. Service . ........ International Business 1173,052 2,«0 MS 145,116 $127.936 240) TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _. $ 1,688,436.56 •85 2.22 24.00 180W.M TOTAL GENERAL FUND „.: CHdAgeSurv. Ins. (Federal) Public Emps. Ret 71J» (State) Balance OR Hand June M, 1962. 17,211.52 17,211.52 NONE PMMP Activity Fond 7.10 Adding Machine Sale* .. 120.80 Allyn & Bacon, Inc. — i7,a American Book Co. — Iowa Association of School Bds. Iowa Employment Sec. Comm. .-.--.—.—— Iowa Public Employees Bet. Sys Iowa State Industries .... Iowa State University ...- 1SEA Library Service .... The Icwan Iroquois Publishing Co. .. Larry Jackson *«UJ Ernie Johnson Ji» Mn. Ester Johnson .... Harold W. Johnson .— Peter Johnso* * Boos .... fUB460 (176*7 4,440 4.414 6,360 45.116 MEKORAHDA Asset! pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes (including notes and bills redis- $131771 counted and securities sold with agreement to re- 40,000.00 i uit (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of re' serves of 45495.49 4414 ~~ We, F. B. CLAXTON and RUSSELL A. SWARTZ of the aboveHUttned 6,360 bank do solemnly Swear that tttts report of condUon is true and correct, M the best of our kncwiedee and belief. I7t 4j5 F. B. CLAXTON f»MM Utt^K »45,116 $1*4,4* 8050161 TOTAL 127100 ALL PURPOSES lt» Secretary's balance July i, „— «VMM 5446 GENERAL FUND I -W.lW.tl 10*0 Leas Unpaid Bflls JMJ §M Lftft Balance Reserred ,,...„ 2,48w» 8.79 ' *d Bailee (O, F.) A. SWARTZ Comet — Attert: HOUSE FUND COURSES FtWD , Kit. Ux per IL600JO 876.45 Number of p«flm « tUA Taxable valuation, 1981

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