PAGE BIGHT SEED OATS We still IUIYO some 105 Seed Oats for sale. ANDERSON GRAIN & COAL CO. Phone 308. YOURS FOR SERVICE Plumbing, Heating Sheet Metal HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP 119 S. Bodge Phone S3 H. W. POSTj Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFALLKINDS!. Long Distance Hauling. ; Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 2S8 Algrona, Iowa No "New Deal" Needed for COUGHS OR COLDS Buckley's Satisfies Everybody BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE (triple strength) is still supreme when it comes to dealing a knockout blow to coughs, colds, or bronchitis. Every day brings unsolicited testimonials that no otlher remedy is so safe, so dependable, so lightning fast in action. Coughs and colds relieved with one dose — banished with two—bronchitis of many years standing completely relieved with one bottle, is the story they tell. Make sure of relief by taking BUCKLEY'S. It acts like a flash —a single sip proves it. 4oc and S5c at Sorensen's Drug Store and all good druggists—guaranteed. III VERNE MAT MEN WIN FIFMVICTORY 'Lit Verne, Jan. 30 — The local high school wrestlers defeated the Grant team here last Wednesday night, 22-3. This was the fifth straight victory for the locals, and the other victims were Clarion, the 'Eagle Grove Reserves, and Gil- inorc City. IM Verne had also won from Grant once before. Lu Verne took an early lead in the second contest against Grant, when Smith, S5-,lbs., defeated Heed by a fall in 37 seconds. iLu Verne won seven out of eight matdbes. Grant's points came in the 105-11). [class, when Barger defeated Colwell in a hard-fought match. The feature match was in the 116-lb. class, Wille, of Lu Verne, throwing Boever in an overtime period. Following are the results of the matc'h by events: 85-lb. class—Smith (L) threw Reed (G), half-Nelson and crotch- hold, 37 seconds. 95-lb. class—Logler (<L) defeated Richerson (G), 2:08. 105-lb. class—Barger (G) defeated Colwc.ll (L), 3:03. 115-lb. class—Wille (L) defeated Boever (G), overtime period. 125-lb. class—Mattoon (L) defeated Patterson (G), 5:45. 135-lb. class—'Lang (L) threw Kelly (G), 2:39. 145-lb. class—Farre.ll (L) defeated Pederson (G), 2:31. * Grover Shaef fer, 48, Once of Burt, Dead Whittemore, Jan. 30 — Grover Shaoffcr, 48, formerly of Hurt, died of angina pectoris (heart disease) last week Wednesday at his Minneapolis home, and his sister, Mrs. W. T. Fish, who lives here, and her husband attended the funeral Friday at Minneapolis, where burial was made. Another sister, Mrs. L. E. Town, formerly Mrs. Pratt, whose first husband, deceased, was a Burt dentist, lives at Balaton, _Minn., and there are three surviving brothers: J. A., of Balaton, founder of the Burt Monitor; F. T., Am tret, Minn.; and W. E., Minneapolis. Another brother, Henry, lied last July. Grover's wife also survives. The News at St. Joe j KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE). ALQOKA, 1QWA FEBRUARY Mr. and Mrs. George Thul drove to Bancroft last week Tuesday to visit M-s. Thul's mother, Mrs. An,on \yilmes. Joseph Berte was 'taken to Fort Dodge, whore he had a major oper- vtlon at Mercy hospital last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann are •laving a visit from Mrs. Bormann's sister and «, cousin from Barling 1 . Nicholas Becker, Trinity college, Sioux CRy, has spent a few dn.ys with relatives and friends here. A number of St. Joe folks attended n cnrd party and dnnco given at Tiivermoro by the Catholic parish them Tuesday night, Tito eighth graders of the St. Jo- ;eph parochial 'School, also of rural •=rhools hereabouts, will go ito Algo- 11:1 Friday -to write examinations!. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and children Were Wednesday at l/.'k Rcdinsr's, near Whttemorc. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Huberty was baptized Virgil William nt 'the St. Benedict Catholic church last week Sunday. Spon- LOANS UP TO $300.00 Would a personal loan of $100.00, 1200.00 or $300.00 help solve your financial problems? We invite you to investigate our personal loan plan on your furniture, auto and livestock. As long as twenty months to repay. You will find our service prompt, economical, and confidential. Inquire today for details without obligation. —See— Federal Finance Co. 520 l)cs Moincs Bldg. DCS Moines, In. H. N. KRUSE Appraiser Algona, Iowa 666 Liquid Tablets, Salre, Nose Drops Checks Colds first day, Headches of Neuralgia in 80 minutes. Malaria in 3 days. FINE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. Creameries Form New Organization A national "association of local creameries" is being organized, and Joe Anderson, Thompson, once candidate for governor, is presi- lent of the Iowa branch, with 0. J. ;vloock, Garner, once Whittemore juttermaker, as secretary. The Al- •ona creamery is a member. It s said that the organization was formed because when the question of a code for the buttermaking industry arose it was found that only centralizers and large buttermak- ing groups were being consulted and it was felt that cooperative and individually owned creameries needed representation. Creamery at Burt is Host at Dinner AGNES ORIGER WEDS WEST MO FARMER Whittemore, Jan. 30—Agnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Orger, was married to (Robert Hogan last week Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock at St. Michael's Catholic church here. Her bridesmaid was f sister, Christine Origer, and the bridegroom was attended by lis brother Ray. Father William Veit, pastor, performed a single ring cere- nony. A reception took place at the home of the bride's parents, and a wedding dance was given jhat evening at West Bend. Mr. Hogan came here from Mallard iome years ago. His wife attend:d the Whittemore schools. They will be employed, at the (Herman Bonnstetter farm near West 'Bend. Among wedding dinner guests wore Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuehl and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yackley, o£ Avoca, Minn., and (Mr. and Mrs. Peter Von Bank, Fort Dodge. The newlyweds got home Tuesday from honeymoon visits with Mr. Hogan's sisters at 'St. Paul and relatives at Benton, Wis., and Dubuque. Bur;t, Jan. 30—There was a large attendance at a dinner at the Legion hall Saturday given by the Community club and the Burt creamery for patrons of the creamery and others. The annual business meeting of the creamery stockholders was held at the Bel- tone theater in the afternoon, and the secretary's report showed an increase in business over the previous year. W. A. Stouitenburg and G. W. Bleich were re-elected directors. O. K. Storrie, of Kensett chairman of the board of the low; State Brand Creameries, spoke. *_ Ringsteders Still Seek Drake Estate Though Hartzell, the promoter has been convicted of fraudulenl use of the mails, not all contributors to his Sir Francis Drake estate speculation are convinced that his claims are unfounded. At any rate the Dispatch reports that meeting of contributors was hek recently at Ringsted and $200 more contributed. Titonku Pupils Immunized. Titonka, Jan. 30—More than 130 pupils here were immunized agains' diphtheria last week at the schoolhouse by Drs. W. F. Hamstreet am Pierre Sartor, aided by Mrs. Free Wentz, trained nurse. The pupils will be given another shot this week. I South Cresco James Hood and James Mont g-omery, AVaconda, ,S. D. went home early last week, after two days a Lewis wildin's. The Wildin son Arthur, who recently lost a foot ii a, sun accident, is slowly recover ing at the Kossuth hospital. The M. & D. club will have a val oii'tine party Febuavy 114th at Mrs H. O. Bjelland's, east Lucas, Algona across from the Luther Hall. Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co. their AvAp yotmtriM- vfs.Uors lasit week sors Avere Mr, and Mrs. William Thilges, itlie tfMld's maternal grandparents. Many from 'here attended the Orl- ger-Hogan wedding dance lost week Tuesday night. A corn-hog meeting In the church basement last week Monday night was well attended. Julius Capeslus went lo Rochester, Minn., last week for medical examination. Ho returned FrJdoy. Riverdalo corn-hog farmers met at the James Wcydert school house last week Thursday and Friday, Tho township was divided into, two' sec- 'tlons, and some of. -the farmers were asUetl to moot Thursday to sign corn-hog papers, the others meeting Friday. Chris Rouche, \valdns, Minn., has spent a few days with friends there Clarence •Mnrso returned recently from Waitklns, Minn,, where ho had spent several weeks. Farmers and their wives this community attended the from banquet given by (the Algona creamery Ut Algona Saturday. This Is an ain- nunl free affair, and is always well attended. LOANS (Continued from page i.) bu. Fcnton. $2S8 Virgil Zwtefel, Section 33 Fenton 385 bu i ." $164 John W. Menz, Sec. 32 Fenton, 480 bu , $216 John W. Men/,, Sec. 32 Fenton, 4,80 bu $21G Hans H. Bannlck, Sec. 85 Fenton, 050 bu $423 Oarflcld. Herbert Haas, Sec. 2 Qarfleld, 1400 bu $630 Chas. Harris & John Coyle, Sec. 39 Qarfleld, 2500 bu. $112G Andrew Miller, 2400 bu Sec. 2 Garfleld, JUIOSO Garfleld, $1260 •Garfield, $5S ; 5 German, $lli71 Secret Marriage at Fenton Announced 'Fonton, Jan. 30—'Announcement has just ibeen made of the marriage some months ago o£ Everett, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hartman, farmers near Fenton, to Mabel Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schneider, also farmers near 'here. The event took place September 11, 1933, and the iRev. O. B. Endressen, Fairmont, performed the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles lLangerman, former Fenton residents, now Fairmont. The couple will go to. farming this spring on a place northwest of Burt. Grant Four Corners The M. &. D. club met last Thursday wlit'h Mrs. Rose Sabln, 40 pras- onit. The opening: song was Onward, ihrlstian Soldiers, and roll call was answered with quotations from American authors. The program was: vocal solo, Mrs. Etna Mitchell; paper, The Air Mall Service, Mrs. Verla Lowman; two solos, Mrs. Edward Rich; interesting talk by Mns. Theo. Goeders, Algona, on recent trips to California and the Yellowstone park, illustrated with colored post cards. The nexit meeting wil bo with Mrs. Etna Mitchell. Mrs. Albert Walker, son Melvin, daughters Edna and Lena, and .'William Broesder motored to Truman, Minn., last week Wednesday to attend the wedding of Johnny Hoppe, nophew of Mrs. Walker. The day was also the birthday of ithe elder Mrs. Hoppe and her 33rd wedding unnlversary. The Orville Holdrens are moving from the L. J, Lowman farm w«st of Algona ito the Lewis Ki-antz farm north of Sexton. The Louis Lowmans Jr. will move to the Lowman farm, and .the Holdrens will work for Mr. Krantz. The whole community turned out for the annual creamery dinner at Algona Saturday except two or •three families. Mns. Mable Mino left Saturday night for Hai-lan to attend the wedding of her son Walter to Frances Esslngton ithis week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selberg entertained 'tut a. card parity Friday evening. Mesdames Roy Mlno and Earl and John Pa'tteson were .hostesses to 'the Grant Aid last Thursday. John Andrews, Iowa Falls, vlsi- itted art; the H. L. and W. O. Briggs homes last week Tuesday and Wednesday. The E. E. Palttersons have moved to a farm in Swea township. On Saturday evening a farewell damce was given In their honor. W. H. Barger, W. C. Engstrom, Lark Reynolds, and Orville Ramee left Monday for a business trip to St. Paul. Marian Barger entertained a group of small girls Sunday afternoon to celebrate her flflth birthday. NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will .be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 p. m., February 15th, 1934, for furnishing material as follows: 150,000 bd. ft. fir bridge lumber; 50,000 bd. ft. creosoted yellow pine; 2 carload red cedar piling; 2 caiiload creosoted piling; and 3,600 feet of 15-in. culverts. Additional information may be secured at the office of the County Engineer, Algona, Iowa. E. J. BUTLER, •County Auditor Jan. 29th, 1934. 20-21 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk District Court of Kossuth of the county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 27tU day of December, 1933, in favor of The 'Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against Southwest Quarter (SWJ/i) of Section Sixteen (16) in Township Ninety-six (96) North of Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 6th P. M. Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of Thirteen Thousand Two Hundred Sixty- three and 42/100 ($13,263.42) Dollars and costs, taxed at Forty-eight and 45/100 ($48.45) Dollars and accruing costs, I (have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Andrew M. Jasperson, Frankie E Jasperson, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter (SW»4) of Section Sixteen (16), Township Ninety-six (96) North of .Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 5th P. M. Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 9th day of February, 1934, at the east door of the Court Heuse in Algona, in Kpssuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. iDated this 9th day of January, CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa . By Casey Loss, Deputy. Dwight G. Ryder, Plaintiffs Attorney. 19-20 Andrew Miller, Sec. 2 2SOO bu Andrew Miller, Sec. 2 1300 bu German. Henry Sunken, Sec. 31 3SO bu . Grunt. Isabella Nlcoulln, Sec. 21 Grant, 47'5 bu ..................... $214 C. W. Nlcoulln, Sec, 2lli Grant, 47'5 bu, . ................... $214 Greenwood. J. D. Brophy & M. J. Dooey, Sec. 8 Greenwo'od, 1000 bu ....... $450 J. D. Brophy, Sec. 8 Greenwood, 1100 bu ................... $496 W; W. Dltsworth, Sec. 22 Green- 1888 Lincoln, ...... $1DO Wncoln,- $189 1250 bu. ... F. L. Lewis, Section 33 760 bu. ., Herman Bosnia* Sec. 2 360 bu Lincoln. Knite Koppen, Sec. 36 425 bu, ...,,, Knite Koppen, Sec, 30 375 bu. __.. Edward H. Feldish, Sec. 2 Lincoln, <5BO bu. .,,., $248 Fred Mabus, S6c, 21 Lincoln, 080 bu ......'.. $"293 H. J. Boettcher, Sec. 20 Lincoln, 600 bu : $270 Peter Bohrofen, Jr. Sec, 30 . Lincoln, 7<50 ' bu $338 Peter Bohrofen, Jr. Sec, 30 Lincoln, 2100 bu, i $845 John Kelso, See. 23 Lincoln, 975 bf C6.WoVe th&l' BTttll IfcrttWOtt M allowed to pay' his 1924 taxes less one- fltf- of the penrtlty. AyeS! All. Motion by CoSgroVe (Ma aeciSnaeaby Welken thflt annual report t>t Bu«ftto township cemetery fund be approved, McDonftld ana bu ................ . ........ ?430 A. K. Johnson, Sec. 10 Lincoln, 11.50 bu ....... ............. . $.518 O. L. Buffingto-n, Sec. 19 Lincoln, 3'50 bu. , ............... .... $168 John N. ICocstler, Sec. 19 Lincoln, (Continued on page !)) I Board Proceedings wood, 800 bu $360 Ole A. Johannsen, Sec. 30 Greenwood, 1700 bu $765 Iver Bergun, Sec. 17 Greenwood, 050 bu Harrison. $293 Albert L, Koppen, Sec. 29 Harrison, 11000 bu ............... $450 George Rohlin, Sec. 33 'Harrison, 250 bu ...... . .......... $113 George Rohlin, Sec. 33 Harrlson, 700 bu. $315 Jdhn Kylen, Sec. 30 Han-lson, S'oO bu $383 Herman Stmmonsmeler, Sec. 12 Harrison, 11000 bu $460 Hebron. Herman Lage, Sec. 20 Hebron, 700 bu ?3ll5 Irrington. Truman Warren, Sec. 16 Irvington, 5'GO bu $2'52 D. M. Long 1 , Sec. 18 Irvington, 800 bu Hugh Raney, Sec. 375 bu ......... 21' Hugh Raney, Sec. 376 bu ......... Hugh Raney, Sec. 21 $360 Irvington, $163 21 Irvington, $169 Irvdngiton, 375 bu. $169 Hugh Raney, Sec. 21 Irvington, 375 bu $169 Chris Hossman, Sec. 16 Irvington, 111120 bu. $504 John Erpeldlng, Sec. 11 Irvingrton, 950 bu $423 John Erpelding, Sec, 11 Irvingiton, 950 bu $423 John Erpelding, Sec. n Irvington, 1400 bu $630 John Erpeldlng, Sec. 11 Irvington, 1100 bu $495 John Erpelding, Sec. 115 Irvington, 2200 bu $900 Ledyard. F. L,. Lewis, Section 33 Ledyard, January 15, 1935 Auditor's office, January 16, 1933, Board of Scpervlsors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. RESOLUTION • WMEJRBAS, the officers of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau have certified to the Board of Supervisors, Kossuth county, Iowa, that said organization lias 200 bona fide members and that the dues amount to $1060.00. Therefore, Section 2930 of 3931 Code of Iowa' provides that the Board of Supervisors, >Kosauth county, Iowa, shall appropriate to said organization from the general fund of the county a sum nob to exceed a total of $5,000.00, • iBe It 'Therefore Resolved, That this Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, hereby appropriate to the said organization the sum of $2,000.00 0.9 provided In said Section 2930 of 1931 Code of Iowa. Adopted this IGth day of January, 1934. Ayes: All, BJDSOUUTION It Is hereby .resolved by the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors in session assembled this 16th day of January, 1934, pursuant to the Acts of the 45th IG. A., of the State of Iowa that the estimates of expense be placed on file and the amount which each particular officer estimates for 1934 be shown as follows: County Auditor $ 6500.09 County Recorder 3635.00 County Treasurer 7,490.00 Clerk of the District Court 3,885.00 'County Sheriff ~. 6,175.00 County Superintendent 4,927.00 Adopted this 16th day of January, 1934. Ayes: All. Motion by (Blalgeman and seconded by Cosgrove that County Engineer be instructed to purchase 3.01 acres of land to be_used as gravel pit In SW 1-4 9W 1-4 See. 9-95-30 and County Auditor be Instructed to Issue warrant for the same. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m.—'Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with following members present: Cosgrove, Helken, Morris and McDonald, Absent: 'Balgernan. Motion by (Helken and seconded by McDonald that County Treasurer's statement of bank balances December 31st, 1933, be placed on file. Ayes: All, JIinuilUB *"• »»-»--?—" * ship trustees and Board - - ora to approve road program tor *•,-•• A Motlon'"by McDonald and seconded by Helken that $4.00 poll tn* «MM«d to Edward Sohncler, Union township, for the year 1932 be abated[because^of not being of ago at the time ho was assessed. Ayes: All, Motion by McDonald and seconded by Cosgrove that pauper notice be served on 'C. D. Chase! Verne Campbell: Mrs. Kd ward Anderson and child; and Mrs. Dorothy Bhutto. Ayes: '^Motion by Helken and seconded by McDonald that the following scale of wages be fixed for county employes: Patrol foreman, 3oe per hour; patrol laborer, 30c per hour; common labor, 2Kc per hour; mechanic, 4So per hour; drag-line operators, $112.60 per montn/ ' Motion by .'cosgrove and seconded by Helken that 50c per mile be paid for dragging roads with four horses and 40o per hour for man and team wltn. lOc per hour for each additional horse. Ayes: All. , Motion by McDonald nnd seconded by Cosgrove that cash allowances be fixed as follows: Mrs. B. J, Masters, $10.00 per month; Mrs, Roswell Hunt, $8.00 per month; Mrs. Gene Caylor, $18.00 per month; Mrs. B. N. Sarchett, 18.00 per month rent for Mrs. Gene Caylor; Mrs. W. O. Keepher, $16.00 per month; Mrs. Emma Beard, $10.00 per month; Mrs. Eliza Odell, $10.00 per month; John D. Magnusson, $16.00 per month per contract; Mrs. Amos Kln- ney, $15.00 per month; Geo. Unken, $5.00 per month; Mrs. Martin Becker, HOW ONE MAN IOST 22 P0«| (."srsyBS? i, * ffdm a Hhertmatism sufferer first bOttlel of Kruschen Salts~" all of the aches and swelli ne , of my Joints—with my fir,/. - -- " 1V first I went on a diet and lost 22 and now feel like a new n- To lose fat safely and ponfl take • • one half nuic teaspoonfui u Kriischen Salts in a glass O f water before breakfast lorning— an 8Bc bottle' i ;eoks— Oet it at E. W. Lus ny drug store in America If not Joyfully satisfied a f te ,,. ,rst bottle— money back. . $6.00 per month care of Catherine iBeoker; Albert Koppen, $6.00 per month care of Becker boy; John Falk, $12.00 per month; '—'- ~™ 1 per month; Phil Ebb Burbank, $5.0* Cullen, $10.00 -per $1H.OO per Pat Cav- month; Nele Peterspn, month, per contract; Mrs. anaugh, $5.00 per month; David W Ramm, $16.00 per month per contract G W. 'Qunder, $10.00 per month per contract; Mrs. Christina Peterson $5.00 per month; Mrs. Ed Davison $10.00 per month; Ed Goetsoh, $16.fl( per month per contract; Mrs. Thompson, $12.00 per month. All. Perry Ayes . Motion by MciDonald and secondei by Helken that following open ditch right-of-way claim be given John Hancock Mutual Idfe Insurance Co. Dr. 83- No. acre; SW 1-4 See. 15-99-27 ___________ -4.201 Dr. 90- B 1-2 NW 1-4 Sec, 14-98-27 . ____ .3.696 NE 1-4 14-48-27 _._ ________ ... ___ 4.471 Dr. 80— 1-4 14-98-27 .„. ________ . --- 7.887 E-K Jt. (No. 2— Sw. fr, 1-4 18-98-29 ____________ _6.38« Dr. 4— E 1-2 and N1W 1-4 SE 1-4 5-99-90.7.94S E 1-2 SW 1-4 6-99-30 ___________ 0.497 Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald 40.164 and seconded by Heiken that annual reports of fee of J. L. Vaux and C. IBehrmann, Jus tice of Peace, and C, "P. Specht, may or, be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded b; McDonald that 'Febrlary 15th be fixed as date of letting for following- brldg material: 150,000 bd. ft. fir bridge lum ber;-60,000 bd. ft. creosote bridge lum ber; 2 carload red cedar piling; 2 car load creosote piling, and sealed bid will be received at the eeunty audl tor's office up until 1:30 p. m. Ayes All. On motion Board adjourned to nin. o'clock a. m. (February 1, 1934. E. J. BUTLEIR, County Auditor Statement of the Condition of the ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY ALGONA CO-OPEBATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 81, 183S ASSETS Current Assets— Cash on hand and in bank Accounts receivable—trade Accounts receivable—other ; Advances to patrons .._ Patrons overdrafts Butter on hand and in transit Supplies and merchandise inventory 1,010.38 1,656.73 263.74 300.00 313.11 6,434.30 3,874.90 f!3,«53.16 Investments— "•Stock preferred—pledged to secure bank note Stock common 5,000.00 4,000.00 9,000.00 Fixed Assets— Land Buildings I~II~"$ 19,176.89 Less; Provision for depreciation 5,039.94 122,853.16 3,445.00 14,136.95 Machinery and equipment 31,377.80 Less: Provision for depreciation 15,92g!oi 15,448.79 Total Net Fixed Assets . ~ TOTAL ASSETS * 38,030.74 55,883.90 K- *T •,-,... 1IABI11 TU5S AND NET WOBTH Current Liabilities- Due patrons for balance of December cream * "Notes payable—bank—secured'""™? 5,00000 Notes payable—others 1,500.00 Advances on butter shipped .... ~~ Accrued expenses ™ Outstanding milk tickets III Reserved for Federal taxes 1933~III Stock Subscriptions 6,813.80 6,500.00 2,010.00 1,069.49 430.86 17,369.71 2,570.00 Net Worth- Capital stock outstanding Surplus earned January 1, 1933.." 23,808.53 Add: Net income for year 2,835.66 19,939.71 9,300.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES NET WORTH 26,644.19 35,944.19 AND 55,883.90 INCOME, PHOTO AM.LOSSI STATEMENT. FOR THE YEAR Sales— ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1933 22,499.30 Cream "~~~~_~_" Whipping cream~~~~II * Buttermilk .. 711 - 9 3 Butter 1,643.43 212,945.95 Total Sales Cost of above Sales _I Gross profit Sales—Feed and salt IIIII" •> RQ . Qft Less: Cost 2,593.96 »i 2,285.93 Sales-Cheese iZTTT Less: Cost $246,573.30 204,991.89 310.90 Total Gross Profit on Sales 308.03 24.67 _ t • " ."—WWM M. *WA*t. VII Ofl Operating and General Expenses , ,.. . Net Operating Profit Additions to Income— 41,914,71 38,2»o.34 Dividends on stock Iowa state Brand Creamer- Rebates on"EuppTies"pu7ch"as"e"d"i: •Recoveries and miscellaneous I.I 64.22 836.59 Deductions from Income- Accounts and losses charged off Interest on notes Interest to stockholders Federal income tax 1933 Net Income $ 4.455.W 1,620.30 OPERATING AND GENERAL EXPENSES Salaries and wages • $ Tubs Creamery and 'patron supplies $ 5,396.14 Less: Sales to patrons : 1,109.04 Repairs Depreciation : Cream truck expense, gaa and oil ._ Cream truck repairs and other expenses ; : Hay and feed -._' Power __ Light I Coal $ 3,145.65 Less: Sales to patrons 2,074.86 21,771.16 4,243.12 4,287.11 1,034.6 4,238.4: 1,556.6 1,035.4 356.8 959.9 91.2 1,070.79 Fuel oil 601.89 1,572.6 Rent—leased land for oil tanks Laundry ,__ Insurance and bonds Taxes—real estate and personal property _I_jI_II Auto and traveling expenses I Less received for manager's services and traveling _' ; Director's fees and expense , Annual meeting expense '. IIIII_ Telephone and telegraph II.III Printing, stationery and office supplies~II_IIIIII~ Advertising IIIIII~ Advertising and cream scoring (Iowa State Brand Creameries) Cow testing I_II~II Due? and subscriptions III_IIIIIIIIIII~"I~~ Buttermaker's convention at Algona~-II II Bank service charge (4 months) $80.00 Iowa~State Bank Federal Capital stock tax _I_IIIIII~~I Donations ~ Farm Bureau membership—printing"! Miscellaneous 965.05 574.66 Total Expenses 86.0 341.4 630.0 769.4 390.3 257.1 405.6 241.2 436.6 235.7 397.6 239.9 101.3 84.0 91.0 33.0 21.0 60.Q 201.3 Less: Received for hauling TOTAL 7,'871,9 I 88^95.3 STATISTICS Pounds Average Butter Average Cream Test Fat Price Amount Cream received (sweet) -2,303,818 .2945 678,797.6 |.2333 11683596 Cream received (sour) ... 446,250 .2910 130,085.7 .2?87 2<V744.2 _ Totals 2,750,068 Milk 1,015,>512 .2941 .036 S08/883.3 .2326 $188,103.8 36,632.3 1.53 cwt. $15,517.5 ni and in transit January 1, 1933 . ^ P ° Add: Butter manufactured.,. ...... „__ ____ ---""" Less: Butter on hand and in transit December 31, 1933 Total to Account for Average Price -1,006,38 Amoun »171,337.4 26,570,7 16,037.7 Butter sold on market * z ,™, State Brand butter sold locally ~ iiwnli Sffisr&r"'™*^—— S»§ -•!—-—-——_ §9 Total Butter accounted for as above ,.1,006,881 $.8U« Butter fat received as above ' Pounds Add: *? tte *-** in Bm£ mirriiiiiiiii; Butter fat in starter mUk 10,106. Less: Butter fat in retail cream Butter fat in ice 827,266. 4,633.2 13,9«9. Total Butter fat churned „ Total Butter manufactured as «bo"vT~ ------- " --------- ~% XH2Z' """•-——•—---—.- — 4 1,W7,«83. Pounds overrun __ ' " Percentage of overrun '""" ~~~~ ----- —— — — 193,076.1 rs,£; 9.7% BUSINESS DIRECTORY! K088UTH COUNTY ADVANQ Weekly Newspaper Founded In] Entered aa Second-Class Matt December 31, 1908. at the Poatoi ftt Algona, Iowa, Under the of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS W". B, Quarton H. W.' QUABTON * : Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence I Algona, Iowa. J. I. BONAll Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank BMjl Office phone 468-W. Algona, I 9TJI/LIYAN, McMAHON & f. W. Sullivan S. E. McSI Ii. K. Ldnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. 3. B. McM,, 403. Algona, 1 HARRINGTON * LOWE R. J. Harrington J. D. ] Attorneys-at-Law Phone 287 - R. J. Hi . Office over Postofflce. 8. J. TAN NESS, G. W. STILL! Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank! Phone 2U-W. Algena, 1 3. D. Shumway B. D. 1 BHCMWAY ft KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Qulnby Block Phone 68 „ Algona, I L. A. WINKEL Atttorney-at-Law Office In Qulnby Building I Phone 180 HIBAH B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Ban; Phone 206. • Algona,: P. A. DAN8ON Attorney* At«Law Office over Iowa State Phones: Office, '460-J.; Rea. I CARJWL A. WANDER Attorner-at-Law Office over Postoftice. Phone 65 Algon A. HUTCHISON DONALD'€. HUTCHIS05 THEODORE C. HCTC1! Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 DOCTORS JOHN N. KKNEFICK Pbyilclan and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug St« Office phone 800 Rea. phone 326. C. H. CBETZMEYBR, M. ] Surgeon and Physician. Office John Oalbraith Bio Phones 444-310. Ugona P. T. JAN8E, H. D. Phjrilclan and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Str* '-•honea: Office, 666; resldeno| Algona, Iowa WALTEB FBA8EB, M. J| Physician and Surgeon f Office In Qulnby Bldg., Roomlj Phone No. 12 JCELVIN 0. BOURNS Phyilelan and Burpee* Office in Poatoffice Bloc* I Phone*: Office, 197; residency W. D. ANDREWS, D. 0. Qfteopathle Phydelan and "" Located in General Hospital] Phone*: Office 187. Res. " i DEMISTS DB. H. V. OLSON Denttet. Ga» or novocaine used for I ruction. Located over Chriatensen Phone*: Business 166, resldend| Algona, Iowa L. W, POX B. WINKEL ,We«t State Street, AlgoMj Phoneg! Office, 476-W.: •BS355553E355555SSIS lySUBANCE KOSSUTH COUNTT" _ .. INSURANCE ASSOCIATE Over 116,000,000 worth of Ins* 1 In force, A hp»e company, secure. D, P. Pazson. Sec" MIMEOGRAPHI! ADVANC!
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