Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1932 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KQflSttttt COttK¥t APV. ^ - *V.'' Here's the neW HOME DECLAIM IS HELD BY BURT'S H, S, Hurt, Feb. 2 —A preliminary H. S. declamatory contest for the oratorical and dramatic classes was held at the echoolhouse last Thursday evening. In the oratorical class Paul Krlethe Jr. and Kenneth Graham, with Ronald Ortman as alternate, were chosen. In the dramatic class Elinor Blston, Magdellne Beltz, Dorothy Brooke, and Gene- vleve Patterson, with Gardner Patterson, as alternate, were chosen. These pupils will speak at a later date, and one from each class will be chosen to represent Burt In a county contest. The humorous selections will be given this week Wednesday evening, and winners will be chosen for the final home contest. Car Skids Into Ditch; Three Slightly Hurt Irvlngton, Feb. 2—The Jake by Arthur Maasdam car, driven Maasdam, skilled and turned over BE sure to hear this wonderful new PHILCO instrument. It looks different. ft sounds different. It is different. The first radio ever designed scientifically as « musical instrument I Wonderful realism. Tremendous volume. Hair-line selectivity. Come in today! EASY TERMS Other PHILCO models $36.50 to $295 W* carry PHILCO BALANCEDTUB.. for replacement. BJUSTROM'S For Radios — Algona Conic Here for Turkeys— Mrs. Goodman, son Herbert, ami daughter, Mrs. Christensen, all of Coin, were week-end gueste at F. E. Rubey'a. They came to get IS turkey toms from Mrs. P. F. Krlethe. Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Carey, Ames, also were week-end guests at Rubey's, and the Rubeys and their guests were Sunday dinner guests of the Kriethes. Violet Kuckenbecker, who teaches at West Bend, was a week-end guest of her aunt, Krlethe. Mrs. Washington Bl-Centennlal Observed The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel'e with Mre. George Carroll as assistant hostess. The program was on Washington: Pledge to Flag; Washington, Man of Mind, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel; Washington, the Religious Man, Lulu Hawcott; . Washington, the Military Man, Mrs. A. H. Meinzer; Washington, the President, Mre. William Vogel; Washington's Home, ML Vernon, Mrs. H. O. Buell; poem, Our Flag, Charlotte Warrior. Hurt Girls In Broadcast— Ada Schwietert and Vera Chlpman went to Waterloo last Thursday with the county agent and Harry Bode, and appeared on a Farm Bureau quarter-hour broadcast from WMT. The girls sang a duet, "Me," and Mr. Bode gave a talk on Management of Peat and Alkali Soils, following by Schwietert. ThwYour Silverware Need Never Be Polished a piano solo by Ada •Silverware kept la the Silverseal pat- jM-ted tarnish-proof chest never needs polishing. It remains bright as new near after year, because the soft flan- maH lining is impregnated with a •ecret compound which positively •{prevent* tarnish. tn_U marvel of modern science ia guaranteed by one of the country's success* Ail manufacturers of fine silverware. ^Sturdily built of wood, it will last a lifetime. There are models suitable ,fcr the small as well as the large fcome. The one illustrated holds 120 iplecci of flat silverware and sells for 5nly $5. It is beautifully finished in fentychrome silver and is lined with 4t__zk purple flannel. F, W. WEHLER & GO, JEWELERS AND OPTOMETJUSTS Phone 240 !an : nnonononon SAME PRICE 0. P. McDonald Gran'dad Again— Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald are parents of a daughter, born Friday at an Iowa Falls hospital, where Mr. McDonald is now stationed, in the employ of the Central States Electric company. Mr. McDonald brought his son Perry here Sunday for a few days with his grandfather, O. P. McDonald. Lcplon and Auxiliary Meet— The Legion post and the Auxiliary will hold a monthly meeting this week Wednesday evening at Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf's,'Mrs. Charles Scott, assisting hostess. Mrs. L. V. McWhorter will read a paper on Americanism and National Defense. Creamery In Annual Meet— The annual creamery meeting was held at the Beltone theater Saturday afternoon. Edward Dittmer and William Koestler were elected directors to succeed P. F. Krlethe and F. L. Ryerson. The board has not yet hired a buttermaker. Aunt, of Mrs. Brooke Dies- Mrs. B. W. Brooke was called to Alta last week Wednesday by word of the illness of an aunt, who later died. legionnaires to Dance Tonight— The Legion post will give a dance at the Legion hall this week Thursday evening. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Holding entertained the following friends at bridge Monday evening: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason, Mr. and Mre. R. F. Elvidge, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Radeke, and Hattie Warda. C. O. Riddle went to Lu Verne Monday evening and spent the night at his sister Mrs. Arnold Sander's, manager of the telephone exchange there. He was to cry a sale for Henry Lankford, between Livermore and Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow, Wadena, Minn., spent the week-end at O. Stow's, going back Sunday, taking the F. O. Stows with them for a several weeks vleit. O. G. Is a son of the F. O. Stows. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley near Rich Point last week Tuesday. Other occupants of the car were Ruby Koepke and Donald Roblson. The young people were on their way to Algona to attend high school. Ruby and Arthur were thrown clear, but Donald was caught underneath. He was soon released by his companions, who were only slightly bruised. Donald was not seriously Injured, but suffered from lameness for a day or two. The accident occurred on a stretch of road where there was only one passable track through the snow. Mrs. Ben Terhnnc Home— Mrs. Ben Terhune recently returned from a two weeks visit at Rochelle, 111., where she was called by the serious illness of her moth- .1, Mrs. J. P. Henderson, who, before Mre. Terhune's return home, recovering. Mrs. Henderson owns an house In Rochelle and keeps two rooms for her own use, renting out the rest of the house. Since her illness she has been taken to .the home of a son, who also lives In Rochelle. She plans to visit at the Terhune home here next summer. Mrs. Terhune also visited at Carlton, 111., where she formerly lived. Training: School Is Held— The Irvington F. B. training school met with Mrs. George Godfrey Monday. Four district co-op- eators attended, besides Mrs. Godfrey and Muriel Body, H. D. A. The lesson given by Miss Body was on household fabrics. Scraps of yarn plain colored cloth, pencil, and needle and thread were used. A covered dish luncheon wae served at The next training school will be held February 19 at Mrs. Hugh Raney's. Mrs. Morris Parsons has been chosen cooperator In Dist. No. 9. "';•'<; , Former Residents In Washington— The Rome Robisons recently received an interesting letter from their Mrs. Arthur Paine, Orange, Calif., which she reports is suffering from the hard times. Societies there are busy furnishing the needy with food and clothing. Mrs. Paine's youngest child, who has been an invalid since early childhood, is feeling better than she has for some time. The Palnes formerly lived on the farm now occupied by the Rome Robisons. ' Mrs. iJa-t at Rochester— The Walter Barrs drove to Rochester, Minn., last week, and Mre. Barr, who has been In 111 health for some time, went through the clinic. They returned In a few days,, but Mrs. Barr plans to return for treatment later. Mrs. Barr is reported suffering from a nervous trouble. Mrs. Allle Brown cared for the children, Loin and Wayne, and Merrill Parsons attended to the farm. work. Four to Tnke Grade Tests- Pupils who will take the eighth grade examinations the latter part of this week are Betty Lempke, Bob Watson, James and Ira Hudson. Other Irvlngton News. Mrs. O. L. Miller spent several days last week at the Charles Harvey home, Algona, helping care for Beverly, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, who has been critically ill with 1 pneumonia.-Audrey Fry is now 'spending a: few days at the Elliot Skilllng h'ome, while Mrs. Skilllng is helping at the Harvey home. Silas Roney has left his home at Grandview, Wash., to spend the remainder of the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Jess Baker, of Shelton, Wash. He reports the snow on the mountains he crossed five feet deep. Aid held a special all-day meeting at the annex last Thursday. Nine women attended and the day was spent in Quilting for Mrs. Lester Willson, Algona. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Lorn Rutledge, of near Corwlth, who has rented the Blythe house and blacksmith shop In partnership with Wm. Gillespie, of Algona, plans to move In this week Tuesday. Because of zero weather and drifted roads no •. church services were held Sunday. Unless otherwise notified services will be held at the usual hours next Sunday. The Cresco Embroidery club will meet next week Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. George Hackman, Sr. Mrs. J. M. Cox will have charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mulligan are parents of an 8%-lb. girl, born Sunday. The Mulligans have one other child, a boy. Mre. Joe Wllhelmi and children, who spent last week at J. Schichtl's, returned to Bancroft Sunday. FEHTON PUPILS PREPARE FOR HOMEOECLAM Fenton,. Feb. 2—The preliminary declamatory contest'Wns held In the auditorium last week Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. There wne no elimination In the oratorical class since only three pupils entered, Twenty-four high school pupils entered In the three classes, selected to compete In' 1 the Pupils public home elimination contest to be held in the high school auditorium next week Monday night, follow: Oratorical—John Bailey, Harold Newel, and Raymond Zwlefel; dramatic—Leona Borchardt, Virginia Frank, Raymond Prlebe, Margaret Stephenson, Ardls Volght; humor- ous—Alvlna Dreyer, Emll Huskamp, August Meyer, Dorothy Stlgman, Lola Warner. Mrs MIddleton will train the winners for the final home contest, the winners of which will compete with .Lone Rock, Whltte- more and Algona, at Lone Rock, the last week in February. attd th« att*rndoii tamef. Ad>J<* and', written fo* the bride,, whd jJed hef gifts. A'two^cofttle son was Served at 'the elds* 6i the afternoon. Mrs. Glen Sharp, lotte Rock, and Mre. Arthur ttavc, of RIngsted, were oul-oMown guests. 4-H Clnb CUrh Meet- Four-H club girls met With ArdlS Voight Saturday afternoon, with 16 members, one visitor, and the leader, Mrs. W, J. Welsbrod, present. The afternoon was spent filling out the >rogram books and In music merrily work. Lunch was served. Facility Is Entertained— ' Nettie Welsbrod entertained the; school faculty, Agnes Qoetsch and Gerhard Korntheuer at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1>. J. Welsbrod Saturday evening. Bridge wasplayed at two tables, and lunch was served. ; Birthday Party l§ Given— 1 A 600, party was given in honor of the birthday of Fred Jentsi Jr.< at his 'home last Thursday night. High score was by Walter Jentz and low Mae Zwlefel, Clarence Men. Wed— Mae Zwlefel and Clarence Menz were married last week Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage, the Rev. J. T. Snyder officiating. Paul Zwlefel, brother of the bride, and Wlllard Menz, brother of the groom, were witnesses. The bride wore a peach colored silk and cream lace dress- with matching accessories. She te a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zwlefel, and 'is a graduate of the Fenton high school. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Menz, and Is also a graduate of -the Fenton school, and .has been assisting: his father at farming. A 7 o'clock dinner was served ,at the home of the bride'e parents to Immediate members of the family and the Rev. Mr. Snyder family. The home was decorated In a color scheme of pink and white. The same evening' 50 "relatives : and''•friehdt called to congratulate the couple They will toe at home after March 1, on the Zwiefel farm three miles southeast of Seneca. Shower for Mrs. Donald Welsbrod— A miscellaneous shower was given at the Methodist church last Thursday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Donald Weiebrod, formerly Romaine Stransberry, who was married November 26. There were 50 present made a business trip to Wisconsin last week. Charles Olson meanwhile place at the CLARA RICKE, WESLEY GIRL, IS MARRIED Wesley, Feb. 2—The marriage of Clara Ricke and George Goetz took place at St. Joseph's church at S o'clock Monday morning. Nuptial high mass was celebrated by the paetor, the Rev. Geo. F. Wessling. The bride wore a gown of white flat crepe with wreath and veil. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses and babies breath. The bridesmaid, Dorothy Goetz, sister of the bridegroom, was dressed in deep salmon flat crepe and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. She also wore carnations In her hair. The bridegroom and his best man, Roman Rlcke, brother of the bride, were dressed in dark blue suits, and wore boutonnieres. A wedding breakfast was served to the immediate families at the home of the bride's parents. The couple gave a wedding dance at the Klelnpeter hall the same evening. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mre. Henry Rlcke, well known farmers south of town, and the bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Mary Goetz, who, with her husband, the late John Goetz, farmed for many years northwest of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Goetz will be at home after March 1, on the Kunz estate farm northeast of Wesley. Gordon Glddlngs Family Honored—Despite severe cold and uncertain roads a group of relatives surpriset Mr. and Mre. Gordon C. Gidding: Sunday noon, in honor of their fourth wedding anniversary. Guests brought various prepared viands and the hostess was not allowed to assist in cooking or serving. Those present were members of the Carl Raymond, and Hans Hansen and A E. Gld"dings families, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Haneen, o Clear Lake, a party of 18. Jrs. Davis left several children. o Evening Methodist Services— Services at the Methodist church /ere omitted Sunday evening, in eference to the special meetings eing held at the Congregational hurch. Methodists attended that tiurch. In connection with the ser- ices, the Rev. Mr. Nelson and wife ang three selections with guitar music. Legion-Aux Play Success— The Legion and Auxiliary play, iven last week Wednesday even- ng, was well presented and largely ttended. Receipts were $91.90, and he amount cleared was $63.15, vhich will be divided- equally be ween the two organizations. The uilt was won by Howard Andrews. took Mr. Macauley's creamery. Esther Olson returned Saturday from Rochester, where she had gone for treatment. She will return thie week Thursday for a slight operation. The Tuesday club and the husbands were entertained at H. W. Trainer's laut week Tuesday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton went to Rolfe Monday, and Mr. Clifton conducted funeral services there for a former parkhoner. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mann went to Iowa City Saturday to bring home their daughter Amber, attending the university. Maybelle Gray, of Mornlngside Loans or less obtained quickly on Jhirnlture, Automobile and Live F»r additional Information call, write or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY 6»8 Algona Representing ¥«4eral Finance Co, Des Hornet Brinft Your PRINTING to Us college, spent a short between-eem- esters vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Gray. The Aid will meet this week Wednesday at Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel'a, with Mrs. George Carroll as assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gifford are parents of a girl, born Monday, January 25. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald were at Fort Dodge laat week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Whitehurst were at Blue Earth last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Ringedorf entertained at five tables of bridge last Thursday evening. The Birthday Circle met last Thursday at Mrs. H. W. Manus'B. At Doctor's Meeting. Doctors M. J. and J. N. Kenefick, P. V. Janse, R. A. Evans, and, R. M. Wallace, Algona, and W. T. Petera and J. G. Clapsaddle, Burt, attended a district meeting of doctors at ner last Thursday evening. counties were represented. Eleven 'Declam' Contest Last Night— The declamatory elimination con test takes place Wednesday, Thure day, and Friday of this week. Th chosen ones in each of the thre classes will compete in the home, o preliminary, contest at Kleinpeter' hall Wednesday evening, Februar 17. Edith Hammond, a senior, whos parents will move soon to Gran township, has withdrawn from th Wesley school and entered the on in that township. Donald Stnder Undergoes Operatic Donald Studer, Excelsior, Minn grandson of the Nathan Studers, re cently underwent a painful opera tion at a Minneapolis hospital, whe the cords In the ankle and toes o his affected limb were cut, In a effort to lengthen the muscle an allow hie heel to touch the ground Donald is still suffering the effect of an automobile accident in Janu ary, 1931. Pastor Speaks at Aid Meet— The meeting of the Congrega tlonal Aid at Mrs. O. Funnemark last week Wednesday, was large! attended. The Rev. Milton Nelson who in conducting special meeting, had charge of the lesson, and after reading the Scripture passage, he spoke on the Wiee and Foolish Virgins. Mr. and Mrs. Neteon also sang together, Mrs. Neteon accompanying with the guitar. Other Lon« Mrs. Roger, 0* 0ftHj Wednesday and remained till satur« day frith the former's parent*, Mr. nd Mre. tVed Kiuss^ .They Were ccomttilriled home by Mr*. KluAS or a rebrn visit. Mr* Mary Olson left last week- Wednesday to visit friend* at Waterloo. From there she Will go to t>eorla, 111., for an extended ' Vlalt Mueller. Lunch was by Arthur served. Town Team ' Logos'to'' 'The, Bancroft town baeke'tball team defeated the Fenton Independr ents 35-20 here Sunday afternoon. The game between the Fenton and Emmetsburg girls teams was called off because of bad roads. H. S. Boys Win Two— Fenton H. S. boys defeated Bancroft 27-7 and Lone Rock 12-11 in games last week. The Fenton girls lost to Bancroft 27-9 and were defeated b'y Lone Rock 11-10 In a fast game. Mrs. H. J. Newel Sick- Word was received last week by Fenton friends of Mrs. H. J. Newel came, test. 'Week with her daughters, Mrs. Chris eon, and Mra. Andrew Wilson. August Krause returned to LU;her college at Decorah Sunday af- ;er spending last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.* R. ferause. August was •excused from examlna- lons. Bernlce Bowen, Rockford, came :he first .of laet week for a visit at the B. D. White home. Miss 3owen Is Mrs, White's sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Laurltzen, of cured employment. WANt'ADS BRING (e«> SPECIAL 25C at STATE'S CAFE Teachers come and see us when you come for Eighth grade examinations February 5. The New Chevrolet We now have the 1932 model Chevrolets on t_J floor. Free wheeling and synchro-mesh gear shift] New body lines. Come in and see them. We have radiator shutters for 1928-29-30 and '311 Chevrolet cars. Hot air and hot water heaters for Chevrolet can,! Alcohol and Prestone for radiators. We sell all cohol for 45c a gallon. Bring your own container. Oil, Gasoline, Batteries, and Accessories. ; '". : ''" ' ; ...,:, USED CARS .;;,,,;,. "•• ,v:^i927 Chevrolet Sedan ^ 1929'ciievroiet Coach' 1928 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Chevrolet Coupe^ KOHLHAAS BROS. PHONE 200 « Statement of the Condition of the Algona Co-Operative Creamery Coj Candlemas Day Is Observed- Candlemas day will be observed at t. Joseph church with hivh mass at eight o'clock this week Tuesday morning. The Feast of St. Blase vill be observed with high mass at he same hour this week Wednesday morning, and Blessing of the Throats will take place. levator Holds Annual Hect— The annual meeting of the Farmers' Co-operative society was held at £leinpeter's hall Monday. A 6 per cent stock dividend was declared. The principal speaker was Elmer Kreger Ralston, whose topic was the Benefits of Cooperation. harles Murphy Family Leaves- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Murphy moved to the vicinity of Williams Monday. The Mesdames Fred Looft and William Henderson gave a farewell party for Mrs. Murphy Friday evening. There were two tables of bridge. ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1931 ASSETS Current Assets- Cash on hand and in bank Accounts receivable Advances to patrons ' Patrons overdrafts ._ Notes receivable Notes receivable Butter on hand and in transit Supplies and merchandise Inventory 3,802.06 1,675.05 285.00 66.67 800.00 165.00 7,025.45 2,681.88 Investments— Stock, preferred, Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Stock, common, Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Fixed Assets— Land : Buildings _ ', f 19,176.89 Machinery and equipment _, 24,784.69 $16,501.11 '5,000.00 4,000.00 9,000.00 985,601.11 3,445.00 S. S. Class Is Entertained— Evelyn Erickson entertained the 43,961.58 Less: Reserves for depreciation 15,817.14 28,144.44 Total Fixed Assets TOTAL ASSETS 31,589.44 I 57,090.55 LIABILITIES Current Liabilities— Due patrons for balance of December cream Notes payable—bank j 6,000,00 Notes payable—others 1,500.00 Accounts payable and accrued expense Accrued interest Outstanding milk tickets _—• Advanced on butter shipped Stock subscriptions t 11,138.93 7,500.00 1,020.51 125.00 731.17 1,808.00 William Davis Loses WWe— Word has been received that Anna Sherman Davis, wife of William Davis, died at a Webster City hospital Sunday morning. She ia the eldest child of Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Sherman, prominent farmers north- eg*t> of Wesley. Funeral »rvteee will be held at the Britt Catholic church tbVp week Tuesday morning. members of her Sunday school class, the Willing Workers, Monday even- Ing. There was a study hour and a social hour, and lunch was served. Catholic Daughters Give Party—The Catholic Daughters gave a card party at the hall last week Tuesday evening. There were 29 tables. Mrs. Loretta Lloyd and Mrs. Young were prize winners. Mrs. Knight's Father Low- Mrs. Wm. Knight left last week Wednesday for Center Point to visit her father, who was thought to be dying. Priest Home from Vacation — The Rev. Geo. F. Wessling returned last Thursday following a Western trip of nearly three weeks. Other Wesley News. Our basketball teams will play Whlttemore, there, this week Tuesday, and Rake, there, this week Friday. 'Next week Tuesday the boys will play Lakota here, and the girls, Lu Verne here. Next week Friday both teams will play Thompson here. The Lawrence Ricke family, Williams, came Saturday to attend the wedding of his sister Clara. Mrs. Meurer returned Friday, following a visit with her sister, Mrs. Finders, Des Moines. Ben Studer took his sister Emma to Mason City last Thursday for dental work. She was accompanied by the Misses Kate Schiltz and Susie Pfiffner, who remained for a few days' visit with Mrs. Hals, The Methodist Bible Study class will meet thte week Tuesday evening with the Hans Hanaens, in town, since the roads are too uncertain to count on country meetings. Mra. Wilbur Fisher spent last week with her parents, the Henry Hawks, at Britt. John Qrmsby last week visited his sistw, Mre. John O'Hern, Mason City, & The P. A, R.8 heWMbeJr 'jejular card party at the hall Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Hanlg and Miss 22,323.61 3,260.00 NET WORTH Capital stock outstanding(par value $50.00) Surplus (paid in) Sin-plus earned January 1, 1931. 21,076.58 Net profit for year 640.36 $ -5,57841 4,900.00 4,900.00 21,716.94 Total Net Worth *1,51M4 Felice Eisenbac^or winner*. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH I S7.0IO.C5 Sales— INCOME, PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT FOR THE YEAE ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1.81 Milk ----- ^ Cream Whipping cream S"«er milk Butter 85,981.15 14,398.80 Less: Returns and allowances 198,438.03 ' Net Salei Cost of Sales— 1858,151.01 Milk purchased ------------ , ________ 2 5 874 19 Cream u """'" Cream purchased Add: Butter inventory January 1, 1931 219 188 91 Less: Butter inventory December 31, 1931 7!o25.45 Cost of Salci Gross Profit on Sale. Operating and general expense.. .. Net Operating Profit Additions to Income— Income from cheese „ Commissions Cash discounts .. on stock .. I 4WW7.W 38,942.33 25.64 17.91 1,253.21 Deletions from Income— * 8.845.48 Cash diacounts on milk and cream tickets 226 00 losses ?n equipment sold and dteeaWed Account charged o u Inter** w stock .'., , interest-regular OPERATING AJfD GENERAL EXPENSES Wages __ ; ; Office salaries IIIII™!"- ' Auditing, income tax service and book woriklllll 19,622.49 987.50 359.51 ?20,!l Creamery and patrons' supplies ____-_. 9 437 M Less: Supplies sold patrons ••'""". 1,935 el i,d Freight and drayage.. Repairs, painting and obsolescence Depreciation ... _; I Cream trucks expense, gae aYid off " Cream truck repairs and accessories Hay and feed ' Coal • ' Less: " 2,941.15 1,1 Power Light and water . ~~."~~~ Laundry , . Insurance - ;I__~I~™ Taxes—Real estate and personal" Taxes—Income v 798.66 42.34 Auto and traveling expense-Manager and directors Directors' fees and expense __ Awning " ~~~ ' Annual meeting Expense " Telephone and telegraph _~_____I____I~~~ ~ Printing, stationery and office supDlies""""""™ ~ Advertising " Cow-Teat Association, membership"and "dues Cream scoring _. ;; —~— Iowa State Brand Creameries—Advertis~ing~~d"ue8~ Iowa State Research Department "" Other dues, fees, and donations " Collecting and expense " Miscellaneous """"' """"—" •'..-'.' | Received for hauling « 498 42 Received for itranan>a.>~ „ ,i"~~~~~~"7~~~""~t *•*•»•** and , 977.60 calls TOTAL STATISTICS _ • Cream cream received (sweet), 1,689,511 Cream received (sour) _ 445,665 Pound* Average Butter Fat 480,426.8 1«7,709.« Test ,284 .286 Average Price « .SIS »15I .280 Total. ._.„_,__.._ »,H5,17« Milk received _.,— 1,204,716 Average price received for butter ., •08.1MJI 44,47}.9 Butter on hand and in tranelt January 1, 1931- Add; Butter manufactured - _,- Less: Butter on hand and In transit December 81, 1981, to Aeeouut For-. State 'Brand Butter'-sold on market- „ ...._._, State, Brand Butter sold retail _. , " " * 1449. State Brand Butter sold wnpleeaJe'_,.I"!"IIII"""III 1 ps,.72 State Brand Butter sold patron* ... Second grade Putter sold on market ~^ r ~ r "" ' T ", * Deducted for short weights _ ""' "'' r "--"*T Short . ___. __ "••>•-«- ,.-.-,.__,.,._, ,— Total as abore Butter fat received as above Add: Butter fat In surplus milk Butter fat In smarter milk L °" : SK S S 32 Total butter $it churned, . T _ Total butter manufactured a» founds overrun »t 'W "'""

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