Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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FAOBTWO COBflttTtt COtttfr* ADVANCE AL60KA. IOWA * ;>•' • V,, •«> ;JM/f *$•»> >';, y-* . • >""V V" T/- 1 *.<«ttf|1 SUPPER Af REGION HALL •by Ladles of the FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7 From 5 to 7. Swiss Steak Mashed Potatoes 3tead Lettuce Salad Baked Beans iJPfcrkcr House Rolle Brown Bread Pickles , Jelly Apple Pie Cheese Coffee Price, 60c. e YELLOW PENCIL with the DBAND HOME 'DECLAIM' AT LU VERNE FEBRUARY 13TH Lu Verne, Feb. 3—The annua home declamatory contest will b held Friday evening, February 13 at the gym. There are 15 contest ants under the leadership of Mrs. D H. Goeders, Algona, and Miss Skin ner: Oratorical — Curl Lang, I Am In nocent of This Blood; Harold Llch- ty, The Greater Republic; Rlcharc NIver, The Union Soldier; Bernlce Scrlbner, All-Embracing Americanism. Dramatic—Feme Barton, Twenty- Five Years After; Alice Ellis, The Phantom Aeroplane; Carmen Hesse David, Aged Seven; Quenethu Jones, Muckey's Marker; Helen Kuebler, The Littlest Orphan; Yu- Inhmae Murray, Little Boy Blue. Humorous—Elsie Hunt, At the Swimming Pool; Cora Masterson Ananias of Pokctown; Ruth Rob- erttion, Ala nt the' Basketball Game; Dorothy Stoddnrd, GooclbNV rilster; Tohn Voss, Tommy Stearns at the library. SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT FKOCTOLOGY Piles (hemorrhoids) cured "without operation. Other Tectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-219-220 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf SORE THROAT? DON'T GARGIE This Doctor's Prescription Gives Quicker, Hotter Kcllef. Don't suffer the pain nnd tiiscom- •fort of sore throat. Use a doctor's ^prescription called Thoxine guaranteed to relieve with the very first 'Swallow. Not n. gargle but a pleas- 'ant tasting medicine which relieves 'the soreness and goes direct to the •Internal cause. Thoxine will relieve your sore -•throat or coughing quicker and bettor than anything you have ever •tried or your money will be refunded. Safe for the whole family. Ask for Thoxine, ready for use in 35c, •:60c, and $1.00 bottles. Sold by Lusby Dmg Co., and all other g-ood drug stores. (3) ose To pay doctor billi. I. To refinance your car and reduce payments. B. To buy livestock or chickens. 4 TO GBT OUT OP DEBT '—by grouping scattered bills where one uniform email payment can b« made each month. PAYMENT SCHEDULE < 50—Repay | 3.55 • Month • 100—Repay | 7.05 • Month 1100—Rcp>y 114.10 a Month IJOO—Repay |21.10 a Month lour furniture, auto and llv*. •tock may be u«ed a» security. W« Jill b« glad to talk with you (con- Bdenually, of courue) about arranging a loan to mwt your needa. See • " CUNNINGHAM & LACY ALGONA Representing FEDEBAL FINANCE CO. Dei Holnes fintr J flour pamng nun BEST Iflli Bible Contest is Ended— The Rev. A. J. Koonce will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit next Sunday morning and evening. The Rev. Thomas Scottin, Sunday school field missionary from Cedar Rapids, occupied the pulpit las'f Sunday evening. The junior choir furnished special music. A bible-rending contest between the young people's 2om-Bak class, Mrs. Grant Jennings, teacher, and the Union Bible class, Hugh Colwell, teacher, took place during January, and the young people won by rending 2187 chap- :ers, while the bible class totaled 17112 chapters. The losers will bnn- quet the winners. There were 05 lersons at Sunday school. Mrs. Lee ichty is superintendent. 'lull Studies State Institutions— The Tuesday club met last week vith Mrs. William Woito. There was i good attendance, and roll call was \nswered with current events. Pa- icrs were read on State Institutions, .Irs. Albert Genrlch, and Music, Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. Geraldlne Bownan and Richard NIver played an nstrumental number. The club will lave its annual meeting nt the Community hall next week Tues- Iny. \ovcl Scenes Told at Cluli— The .T. J. club met Friday at Mrs. \lbert Schneider's, ten members nnd wo guests In attendnnce. Roll call •as answered with Interesting Plac- s I Have Seen. Among places were Vorway, The Dellw of Wisconsin, Iherldan, Wyo., Rochester, Chicago •rade school, natural caves in New Fexlco, a broadcasting station, etc. 'he next meeting in two weeks will e nt Mrs. Dick Wermersen's! Giving the Dummy Something to Do International " Wlmt to do with the dummy nt bridge 1ms been solved by the members of the fashionable Rainbow Angling club nt Azusn, Cnllf. They Just hnnd her n rod nnd let her cntch a few rainbow trout while the hnnd Is being plnyed. afternoon he drove to Ringsted, vherc he preached that evening. The Presbyterian Aid met at the Community hall last week Wednesday for a farewell In honor of Mrs. Roy Wadleigh. Mrs. A. J. Eason, n behalf of the society, presented .lie honoree with a piece of China. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strelffs, New Glarus, WIs., and Mr. and Mrs. Al- )ert Schlndler, Juda, Wis., arrived •Sunday for a week. The former are quests at Henry Kubly's, the latter t Edwin Marty's. The Presbyterian Aid will meet at he Community hall next Wednes- lay afternoon; Mrs. A. J. Bason, ,Irs. Burdette Agard, Mrs. De Rae Jodfrey, and Mrs. William Biglngs, losteeses. The Pay Thompsons, Eagle Grove, vere at Peter Thompson's Sunday. Bert Grant and his daughters Anna nd Mrs. Madson, all of Emmets- •urg, and the Allen Thompsons were ,lso there. t The Methodist W. H. M. S. meets t the parsonage Thursday; Mrs. H. i. Reyman, hostess. Mrs. H. E. 'eitzke Is lender. Mrs. A. L. Spoon- r will review a chapter from the ext book on Porto Rico. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and lie F. A. Nivers drove to Webster ?ity Sunday and spent the day at L. Peitzke's, helping Jimmie 'cltzke celebrate his ninth birthday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Peterson, Maon City, were Sunday guests at the )ay of Prayer is Observed— The Woman's Missionary society 'bserved a day of prayer for Mis- ions at the Evangelical church Sunday morning. The Rev. D. Lang Breached on Three Essentials for lissions. The choir sang a special number, and an offering was taken or Missions. The W. M. S. will neet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. 'ntherine Marty. irrs. Hoyt Smith Is Ill- Mrs. Herbert Smith returned Pri- lay from Dexter, Minn., where she lad been at her son Hbyt'e two veeks, caring for the children while Hoyt's wife was at Rochester, going hrough the Mayo clinic. She has a lervous disorder and the doctor or- ered complete rest. The Smiths Ive on a farm. Sherman Goodwill Club Meets— The Good Will club, Sherman ownship, met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Jos. Wadleigh, with in attendance of ten members and wo guests. The afternoon was spent n a social way and refreshments vere served by the hostess. The lext meeting will be in three weeks vith Mrs. H. B. Ristau. Surprise for Hoy AV a (Helens— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wadleigh, Sexon, were surprised last Tuesday vening, when 30 former Sherman ownship neighbors arrived for a arewell party, bringing eats. Progressive 500 was played at seven ables. The Wadleighs are moving near Watseka, 111., March 1. Little Girl Overcoming Operation- Airs. Julius Stripling, Mrs. Elmer Ornery, Mrs. Carl Swanson and her ittle daughter Phyllis returned from Fort Dodge Friday night. They were guests of Mrs. Edward Beebe while Phyllis was recovering from the nastoidltis operation at Mercy hospital a week ago Thursday. Charles Goetsch Has Operation- Charles Goetsch underwent an operation for rupture at Mercy hos- iltal, Fort Dodge, last Thursday. The Rev. P. Braner and E. Zeitz visited him at the hospital Saturday, and he is recovering rapidly. Teacher to b e Installed— The installation of Teacher E. Zeitz, of the Lutheran parochial school, will take place at the morn- ng service next Sunday at the Lutheran church. John Klawittcr Critically Sick- John Klawitter is seriously ill at the home of hie daughter, Mrs F W. Tiede. ' ' Other Lu Verne News Mr. and Mrs. William Stone, West Bend, were here Saturday, occom- panied by Mrs. Myra Behme, Bellingham, Wash., who had been visiting them a few days. Mrs. Behme who was Myra Stoddard, moved to Washington 30 years ago. She visited here 16 years ago, at the time of her father Chester Stoddard's death. The Fred Plumbs, east of town will move March 1 to Plum Creek township and have been taking ad vantage of the good weather and good roads to move the farm machinery now. The Plumb chil dren have had bad colds, but are im proving. Harold Phillips drove to Brighton Sunday to get Mrs. Phillips, who who visited relatives there since be fore the holidays. He was accompanied as far as Iowa City by Mrs Burdette Agard, who Is visiting her home folks. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone. Lone Rock, exchanged pulpits with H Nell Malen Sunday and presided a Galbraith in the morning. In th LEDYARD H, S, "DECLAIM" NEXT MONDAY NIGHT - Ledyard, Feb. 3—Next Monday night February 0 the senior high declamatory contest will be held at the high school auditorium. Miss Williams, English teacher, is train- ng the contestants. Following is the program: Oratorical — Shall America Go Back? Willis Dyer; What Think Ye Christ? Mary Jane Lewis; The Sacrifice that Failed, Claude Reece; igns of Times, Kenneth Thompson. Dramatic — Bad News, Anna rones; The Lilac Lady, Fern Lewis; Jaddy Doc, Lydia Logemann; The Voice from a Far Country, Mary Miller; The Man Who Came Back, ,Valter Miljer; Madam X, Arlene Mngle; The Last AVord, Lumetta ^eece. Humorous—Han's Visit to New York, James Logan; At Home to His Friends, Lillian Saunders; 'laming Youth, Frieda Schadendorf. B. B. Teams Win; Lose- Last week -Tuesday evening the Junior and senior high boys played basketball at Swea City, and the lunlor high won, 16-9, but the senor high lost, 23-17, in a close, fast, and interesting game. Ledyard led 4-2 at the first quarter, at the half he score was 11-10 in Swea's favor; n the third quarter Ledyard again md the lead, 16-15. In the last'quar- ter Swea City made three field oals and two free throws to Ledyard's one free throw. Ostermann was high scorer for the locals, with four field goals; Barnes, 2; Warner, 1 field goal and 1 free throw; and Green, one field goal. Girls Lose but Boys Win Friday night the Ringsted boys and girls came for double-header basketball games. The Ledyard girls almost won. At the half the score was 5-1 in the Ledyard girle 1 favor. They scored seven points in the second quarter, holding Ringsted scoreless; In the third quarter Ledyard still led, 11-10; but in the last quarter our girls lost by the close score of 17-16. The boys' game was one-elded, Ledyard winning, 22-6. Gable and Ostermann each scored Will Rnmus home. Leona Ramus returned Sunday from a week at Mason City. S. R. Men-lain, his daughter, Mrs. Hattle Burllngame, and Ada Thompson, Grundy Center, were guests of the Peter Thompsons Friday. Ada is making an extended visit here. : Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke drove to Clear Lake last week Wednesday and spent the day at H. R. Peitzke's. Mrs. Flora Raney and her son Forrest drove up from Grinnell last Thursday for the week-end with the home folks. The Methodist Aid meets at the Community hall this week; Mrs. Wm. Ellis, Mrs. Jesse Lindebak, and Mrs. Sorenson, hostesses. The Will AVelses, who had been at the paternal Ed Weise's, have moved to the Otto Ramus property. The Le Roy Crowleys, Le Mars, were at Dr. A. J. Eason's Sunday. The women are sisters. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer is at Ida Grove, called by the serious illness of a brother-in-law. Thora Boman, Churdan, was here for an over-Sunday visit with her sister, Geraldine Boman. Mr. and Mrs. August Becker, Algona, were Sunday guests of the Paul Fechners. Mrs. Mary Zweifel, south of town, who has been seriously ill with heart disease, is improving. cause for several weeks he has been unable to take much nourishment. Imlcpfmleiits Win from Fenton— Last week Monday the Independent basketball team played its second game of the season here. The opponent was Fenton, and Ledyard won in a close, hard-fought game. At no time was there a large lead, but Ledyard held the lead through- seven points; Green, 6; and ner, 2. War- Anniversaries Celebrated- Friends of the L. A. and Frank Nitzes invited them to the hall over the postofflce Friday night and helped them celebrate their wedding anniversaries. L. A. Nitz and his wife were married 18 years ago last Thursday, and Frank Nitz and his wife 11 years this week Tuesday. The evening was spent at dancing. There were 80 present. Mrs. Tilmoney, 73, Surprised— Laet Thursday afternoon a group of vomen surprised Mrs. M. Til money on her 73rd birthday. She received a number of gifts, and that morning the Rev. Mr. Cleveland Yankton, S. D., had a song sung in her honor. Lunch was served by her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer who was assisted by Mrs. D. B Mayer. Damman Has Second Operation Last week Wednesday the Rev. M J. Dammann underwent a secom operation. Some of the stitches were torn loose, due to coughing. They took out all the old stitches and re- stitched the wound. He is elpwly recovering, but is terribly weak, be- out the game. 22-19.' The final score was Brothers Reunited After 5 Years— Supt. Lauritzen was pleasantly surprised Friday, when a brother 'rom Idaho whom he hadn't seen be- 'ore in four or five years arrived 'or a visit. His sister, Mrs. Chris- :ianson, of Ringsted, spent Friday lere also. 'atlidlics Give Benefit Party— Last week Wednesday night the Catholics had a benefit card party n the basement of the church. Sixty were present, and doughnuts nd coffee were served. Aunt of August Gelliaus Dies Mr. and Mrs. Christ Gelhaus, August Gelhaus, and Ella Gelhaue left Friday morning for Hubbard to at- .end the funeral of an aunt of August Gelhaus. H. S. Graduate to be Nurse- Esther Winters, graduate of our ocal school, has entered a hospital n Des Molnes to take nurses' train- ng. Other Ledyard. Ed Knoner, L. A. Nitz, and Edward Looft spent last week Tues- lay, Wednesday, and Thursday at Mason City, attending a grain dealers' convention. Barbara Wylam, sixth grade teacher, was ill last week Tuesday and unable to teach. Mary Jane Lewis, senior, substituted for her. The Rev. F. O. Johnson preached on "Heaven" Sunday, taking as his :ext, "In My Father's Houee are Many Mansions," The Rev. Mr. Depplng and his family returned from Des Molnes last week Monday. Mrs. Depplng's sister died. The Epworth League met here Sunday night, and slides of "The Education of the Negro" were shown. Irene Zlelske, who has been taking nurses' training at Winfleld, Kans., Is at home, visiting her parents. Frank' Kelley left last Thursday for his old home at Little Falle, Minn., for a visit and also on business. Mrs. Weinberger left Friday morning for Minneapolis to spend the week-end with her husband, Janice Williams, English instructor, spent the week-end at Fort Dodge with a college friend. Arthur Busch, who had been at the Fairmont hospital five weeks, was able to return Saturday. Paul McAdams and Fred Johnson, of Swea City, overhauled the telephone switchboard Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Busch are the parents of a son, born Saturday morning. Mrs. Ben Gisch, Elmore, spent last week at the parental J. T. Welfare's. The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday at Mrs. L. W. Wiemer's. The Leon Wordens returned Saturday afternoon from a western trip. The "H. G. L.'s" met with Mrs. Edith Logan last Thursday evening. The Glen Yahnkes spent Sunday at Buffalo Center. CONSIDERING THE POPULA tion of Its territory, the Advance covers Its field more completely tWan the Chicago Tribune or any other dally paper covers its own territory. 4 Twenty Ago Advance, February A, An old-lime bltatard brought eight Inches of snow on the level In a two-day storm. Snow fell In a steady flow all day Sunday, and the Increased to cyclonic propor- In the afternoon, blowing armory, and Mr. Pearson garages. wind tlons drifts mapy feet high. Trains were all late, but the Milwaukee and Northwestern succeeded In reaching Algona. The temperature was, not cold, and no stock losses were reported. t t t C. E. Paine and Supervisor Pear-, son formed a partnership to sell the Kissel car, and were to establish two garages, one at Swea City In the the other In Algona. was - to manage both t t t Pressing 1 450 Imlcs of hay In one afternoon set a record at Ledyard, when the feat was performed by the Jules Selfert crew, which was using a press equipped with power. t t t Cherokee debaters defeated an Algona team at the Call opera house In the second round of a state meet. Algona's team was Milton Norton, Chester Schoby, and Willie Bradley. They had won one meet. t T T Judge Coyle denied an application by the Kossuth'bar to postpone'the January term of court one week because of a farmers' short course then In progress.. Judge Coyle said, other arrangements had been made previous to the arrival of the Al- ;ona lawyer's petition, and that court could not be set ahead. t t t EH Itiirbnnk, constable, was defendant in a suit brought alleging that he had raised a levy' without authority. The plaintiffs, E. E. Sayers and G. F. Gibson, levied on oroperty of a.debtor, and the execu- :lon was served by Mr. Burbank. The petition stated that Mr. Burbank later raised the levy without authority, and that Immediately afterwards the property was moved out of the state. t t t Two Dubiiqiie drunks careened down State street, and smashed in ;he front window of the Setchell & Setchell millinery shop.. Mrs. Setchell heard the crash, and had the two drunks arrested. They both put up a $1,0 cash bond to appear in mayor's court the following morning, jut during the night sobered up enough to leave town. t t t Jacob Swurtz had taken over the FVsntdft ttepofter. tte wan i* y«kf* old, and came,from MlnneiotA. TM6 Reporter WAS owned by a company at Fentoh, of which *\ M. filgler, druggist, was president, and C. H. Blossom, cashier of the Farmer* Savings bank, Was secretary, T. M. Bllsborough, retiring editor, was also a stockholder, and Mr. Swartz had purchased ihe plant and paper on a contract, under which he would gradually become owner of It. t t t Alfonlans were treated to an un» usual sight when three carloads of Overland, E. M. F. and Chalmers cars were unloaded and driven up State street .In the eight Inches of snow that had newly fallen. Cars were Usually put up on stilts during the winter, and the condition of the roads made car driving In winter doubtful. « t t t A tournament was planned by the Algona Skat club for February 21. Beth Backus was seriously ill with malarial fever. She had not fully recovered from an attack of pneumonia when she contracted the fever, t t t Mason City high school's basketball team was swamped 45-2 by Al- gonlans at the Armory court. The Fort Dodge team was to come for a contest. t t t A weighing machine that the weight was installed at Paine & Sorensen drug store. spoke the The machine operated by insertion of a nickel, and then by means of phonograph records called out the correct weight. It was a big' curiosity. t t t Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rlst were parents of their second daughter. T. S. Wand Jr. had returned to Kossuth county, and took charge of the Stone drug itore at Swea City. The water t t t shortage in North Kossuth was critical, and the Rock Island freights had not been switching cars for a week at a time because of lack of water. A special engine was sent out once a week to do the necessary switching. t t t ,T. L. Iilclity and Estell Ross formed a partnership at Lu Verne to operate a general store In the building that J. R. Moulton was to vacate. Mr. Lichty and I. P. Harrison were proprietors of a store that burned at Lu Verne in 1910. t t t Gerlcd cltlzqns were planning on having the county divided, with the The was once divided, the three northern tiers being eet off to make the new county, and a set of county officers had been elected when it was discovered that a constitutional provision required that each county formed after its adoption should contain 432 square miles, and , the new county was abandoned. The north county seat at Gerled. Advance said: "The county county cannot b* divided ti*^ th« constttutlbn without rurining t*« division line .through Feftton, Burt, Portland, and Buffalo townships, and ithat Is hot likely to be done." Algon*'* co-operative creamer? business In 1910 exceeded $84,04% according to Secretary J. L, Moflu*' annual report. The average paid for butterfat was 83.46. price New were M*. ttoftM. A. deni, Judge Quarton, vice 0. T. Chubb, treasur 'er. CAR WAS to Save 60c to and miles out of pay you for tires.— Oftmble Stores. ,e > Specials at Nevill e We had a big January and sold lots of sho« and slippers. Cleaned up all 'of 1930 slipnew and now 1931 is bringing us new spring style?' I Our first buy and the greatest buy I ever made is on the road—1,000 pairs of ladles' new slin pers In all the new novelty patterns. Dull kid patents, brown kid, and all the new reptile leath er combinations. They are simply gorgeous. Not a pair in the lot worth less than $500 I want to sell them all during February so win offer them at $2.98, sizes from 4 to 9 and widths from AA to EEE. They by far outclass any slippers I ever of fered at $2.98. It is going to be close work and very little profit, but it will make February a busy month. An up-to-date new $5.00 slimier will always sell at $2.98. Every pair must U during February. fe A big special in boys' and girls' shoes and slippers. I never saw such values. Peters Dia mond Brand in gun metal and patents, sizes 10 to 2, in straps or oxfords at $1.98. The same grade that we sold last year for $2.50. Our men's work shoes have just arrived and are from .50c to 85c a pair less than we sold the same shoes last year. Such values! We can hardly believe our own eyes: Shoes that we sold for $3.95 last year, now $2 98 1 Shoes that we sold for $2.98 last year, now $2 25 Shoes that sold last year at $2.50, this year $ug A house full of hosiery. Special sale even day on hosiery. Special shipment of men's lined coats and work shirts just arrived. We have put three of the best standard' makes of men's overalls at $1.00. These are the full cut good ones. This ends all conversation on overalls Just call for your size. '".,••'•• Yours for bargains, JIMMIE NEVILLE The Shoe Man Algona Statement of the Condition of the ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPAN1 ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY BALANCE SHEET Be "«ncUons from Income— AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1980 ASSETS Current Assets— Cash in Bank Accounts receivable — $ 1,656.05 Advances to Patrons 165.00 Patrons' Overdrafts 284.94 $ 3,188.08 Rn «Cket S Bad debts charged off Interest on stock and assessments ~" Interest regular """ Miscellaneous • ' 669.75 101.29 600.00 442.11 142.14 Net Income for the Year- Notes receivable Butter on hand and In transit 4,479.83 Supplies inventory 1,972.35 2,105.99' . 297.00 6,452.18 Total Current Assets Investments— Preferred Stock—Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Common Stock—Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. OPERATING AND GENERAL EXPENSE Salaries and wages Auditing and Income tax service r——•- Director's fees .. *1S,048.26 . Creamer y supplies 6p375 . 40 p . Less: Supplies sold to patrone ______ „,.. ______ 1,115.54 5,000.00 4,000.00 9,000.00 Fixed Assets— Real Estate . Buildings „ 16,733.68 Machinery and Equipment 24,398.46 3,445.00 41,132.14 Less: Reserve for depreciation 13,643,42 Freight and drayage Repairs and painting I"' Truck expense—gas and oJI.II'I Truck expense—repairs Hay and feed Shoeing ~" Repairs milk delivery equipment Coal Less: ""•--- 3,345.56 bold to patrons _. _ 2,246.74 1,» 27,488.72 Total Fixed Assets TOTAL ASSETS 30,933.73 »51,976.97 LIABILITIES Current Liabilities- Due patrons for balance December cream ... $ 9i675-20 Notes payable—bank f 5,000.00 Notes payable—othe.r _ 1,500.00 6,600.00 Accounts payable and accrued expense Accrued Interest Outstanding milk tickets . Total Current Liabilities Stock Subscriptions NET WOETH Capital StocH outstanding (par value $50) Surplus (paid In) Surplus (earned) January 1, 1930 18,148.82 Add: Net profit for the year 2,927,76 1,964.54 125.00 790.65 5,000.00 6,000.00 21,076.58 Power _______________ Light and water _____________ Laundry _____________ ~ Insurance __ ' Taxes _________ 1111111111" Cream scoring ______ IIIII"' Advertising ________ IIIIIII Calf club and contest expense Du 6 « a r» d trav /" ng ^Pen Dues, fees, and donations _________ Annual meeting expense Collecting ____ , _____ ...I"" ---- " Printing, stationery, and'oMice'suppUeB* Telephone and telegraph ______ Miscellaneous __ " drctors 19,055.89 1,845.00 Less: Received for hauling Total STATISTICS Total Net Worth TOTAL LIABILITIES 81,076.68 $51,976.97 Sales— INCOME AND PBOFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT FOB THE YEAB ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1930 „ • Pounds Cream received (sweet).l,loo,215 Cream received (sour).. 277,662 Totals ..., Milk received HIIl,193,471 Average Butter feet. Fat- .292 822,802.1 .297 82,622.7 Average Price » .4217 .3841 $13S,» 31,1 .0037 4H8M.8 44,154.9 «, nd in translt Add: Butter manufactured Cream --- _ Whipping cream I 41,582.00 172,225.46 Less: Butter on hand and In transit December 31, 1930 Total to Account For Less: Returns and allowances State Brand Butter- sold on market Founds Average Price Net Sales Cost of Sales— 9836,565.72 Sl.t. B.tt.r , m — 89,018. Milk purchased — Cream purchased 31,222.03 167,607.55 Add: Butter Inventory January 1, 1930 Less: Butter Inventory December 31 Cost of. Sales ^ 1930. Gross Profit on Sales Operating and general expenses Depreciation Operating Profit ._,,. Additions. to Income — 205.909.SO ' 4,479.83 801,139.97 $ 35,180.75 8,245.64 32,481.98 3,653.77 Second Grade Butter- sold on market. (Not Including tub) Loss ... ........... ___ Deducted for""short"welghts"at Mason, City _. _______ __ 881,864.'• 145,850 .3693 ,8417 $123,1 49,J Total as Above .. Butter Pat received as above Add. Butter Fat In surplus milk" Butter Fat In starter m k Commissions on serum and virus sales Patronage rebates (Iowa State Brand"c~rea~m- ©ries, Inc.) __„..„ Dividend on Stock i ____ ."."I --------- * ------- Cfcsh discounts '"" Miscellaneous .................... ~ ---------.............. Buttw Fat In rotail cream ' ,55553 utter F * Butter Fat in 269.92 to Total Butter Fat churned Total Butter Fat 466.69 2,229,2$ Pounds overrun ___ , of overrun

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