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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 1,1934 Algona Noses Out Ledyard Team, 24 to 23, to Take County Title NORTH ENDERS LED ATHALF IN HECTKCONTEST Sharpshooting of Thompson, Sellstrom Accounts ! for Majority of Points In a basketball game marked by toard play and excellent sportsmanship, tile Algona high school team staved off a rally by the Ledyard high team to win the county basketball title, Monday night on the local floor, by a More of 24 to 23. Score at the half was Algona 13, Ledyard is. Oretaneyer got the first tip, but Ledyard retrieved the ball, and the game ww on, as 400 rabid fans settled down to watch the contest. Medin tallied fir#, followed (shortly thereafter by Sbackleford, as Ledyard took time out to talk things over. Thompson dropped in a field goal, when he got behind t^e Algona defense. Moulton put Ledyard in the lead with a field goal, and then sank a free throw on Sell- etrom'a foul. Brandt fouled Bob Post, but neither free throw was good. Thompson intercepted an Algona pass and dribbled In for another tally, and Algona took time out. Sellstrom made a free throw, and Lloyd did likewise, but Sellstrom came back with another field goal, and then dropped still an- ether in from near the center of the floor to end the quarter with Algona ahead, 9 to 8. Thompson put his team back into the lead with a field goal and free throw and then dropped in an over- band shot from the side of the court. Ledyard was ahead, 13 to 9. Sellstrom retaliated with another field goal. Lloyd mi&ed a free throw, and Sellstrom missed a shot when hurried by Brandt, tout Cretzmeyer tipped in the rebound. Moulton scored from the side of the «ourt, and Shackleford kept things even •with another from the center. Sell- •trom tied the score at 17 all with a Bbot from the center of the floor. Thompson counted a point on Post's Lloyd missed a free throw on Cretemeyer'3 foul, and Sellstrom put in a field goal, and tallied an extra point on Brandt's foul, putting Algona two points ahead. The third quarter ended with Algona leading, 20 to 18. Post opened the fourth quarter scoring with a free throw, and Thompson picked up two points for his team with a beautiful toss from the side court. Uoyd tied up the score again with a fee throw, but Medin caged a field cpal to put the Bulldogs ahead. Shack- taOM e tret throw on Warn- And then Ledyard ran in- g or bad tack. Thompson MMia three gift shot* and Lloyd min•4 one. With a second left to play, Lloyd Mored from the foul line as the game ended, wjth .Algotia ahead by one point. At the conclusion of the contest, Superintendent O. B. Lalng presented Ledyard with the class B trophy and Algona with the class A trophy. Then T. H. Chrischillefi, president of the Algona Community club, awarded the Algona team with the county trophy Captain Lloyd of Ledyard accepted the award for his team, Sellstrom did the aame for his team, and Chuck Cretz- weyer accepted the county trophy for Algona. In such a game, there are no special stars, although Sellstrom and Thompson stood out due to their excellent shooting. It was a case of five •tod men against five good men. The summary: Ledyard (23) Thompson, f Warner, f ... Lloyd, c — Moulton, g . Brandt, g . Fg ...e ...o ...i ...a ...o Ft 2 0 2 1 0 Pf 9 5 6 Medin, t B. Post, f Cretrmeyer, o D. Post, o . CMlatrom, g . Bhaokleford, g Alcoa* (24) PR 2 0 o 1' 0 5 a Ft 0 0 0 1 a i Pf 10 4 10 Pairing for Sectional Tourney Here This Week Bancroft Bye Bode FH. 3:H Thnm 3:3* Dakota City Class "B" Fenton Sat. 2:30 Thar, 4:3* Lakota Ledyard Fri. 4:M Tfiur. 8:W Livennoro Lone Rock Sat. 7:45 Fri 9:W a. m. LuVerne Renwlck Fit 7:M p. u. Fri 19 a, m. Seneca Thor Sat. 3:30 Fit 11 a. m. Tl tonka Vernon Cons. i. 9:00 p. m. Fri. 2:00 p. m. Woden Algona Class "A" Bye Algona Emmeteburg Bye Thm-s. 9:00 P. M. Emmetsburg Humholdt Thnrs. 7:00 P. M, Swea City Sat. 8:45 P. M. Bye Fri 8:00 P. M. West .Bend West Bend SCHOOL NOTES Algona had the honor of placing nine oeople in the North Central orchestra. They will play at Fort Dodge in the near future. Frances McEnroe, Nettie Grubb, Betty Gunn, Isabel Greenberg, Wayne Moore, Helen Hueser, and Kathleen, violinists; Evelyn Smith, cello and James Chubb, drums, were the people chosen. It seems that only a few are selected for certain instruments and those were mostly ones who had participated in some contest or other. Therefore, a few were not allowed to go because Algona has never enter any contests. Mr. Collins mentioned Donald Parsons, clarinetist, and in his opinion the best player in the school, as a particular example. • • • The high school band obligingly turned Democratic lost Tuesday night so that they might play at the Roosevelt banquet and also get one of those elegant dinners which was served. Quite an honor to be able to play for the governor. • • • If'anybody Is looking for some big words Just stop one of the English Literature class pupils and he will oblipr- Ingly rattle off a few for you. Thf> class wrote essays on their favorite food, blossomed out quite eloquently on the merits of the humble dandelion green, holey doughnut, splendiferous ice cream, delectable celery, In- dtspcnslble egg, squashy mashed potatoes and luscious turtle soup. Is anybody getting hungry? • • « A trial typing contest was held after school the other night to aid in selecting three people to go to the contests to be held later on. six pupa-* participated: Jack Reed, Donald Hutchins, Isabel Grcenberg, Ruth Malueg, Charlotte Hilton and Marion Corey. Isabel was high with a rate of 49 words a minute with five errors. Of course nothing final was decided by this test. I humbly apologize to Wlllaim Hilton for so Indiscreetly publishing his nickname in last week's issue. (I guess Cream Puffs are too sweet for him). Stewart of Burt Goes Far in Final State Mat Meet Kossuth Academy Cagers Lose in Two District Tilts St. Cecelia's of Algona Drops Tuesday Contest to Storm Lake, 28 to 24; Bancroft Academy Downed 28 to 19, at Fort Dodge ; ; , :i " Kossuth county's two academy basketball quints went down to defeat in the first round of the district cage tournament for academy teams held at Fort Dodge, Tuesday, and winding up yesterday. St. Cecelia's of Algona lost to Storm Lake, 28 to 24, while St. John's of Bancroft dropped a contest to St. Matthews of Clare, 29 to 19. Storm Lake-Aljona Algona's big amd rangy team put up a game scrap, and looked like a winner until the laat four minutes. Then St. Mary's broke loose and turned defeat into victory. The Kossuth quintet was outscored 12 to 5 In the final period, which tells what happened. St. Cecelia's led 6 to 5 at the end of the first period, but fell off in the next quarter, and St. Mary's took the lead 14 to 11 at half time. Algona opened the second half with a rally that quickly turned the tables, Hansen, St. Cecelia's forward, doing most of the turning with three field goals in a row. Drey's one-handed field goal was all the scoring Storm Lake could do in the third period, and Algona led 10 to 16 when the final quarter opened. In the first four minutes of the last period, Algona got three points, St. Mary's four, and the were leading 22 to 20. Kossuth outfit At that point, Storm Lake's big guns swung into action. Drey sank one from mldfleld, and E. Cavanaugh came through with a nice short, field goal. Drey popped in BASKETBALL SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT another field goal and Storm Lako broke into the lead, never to be headed. Foals Hurt A rush of personals proved expensive to Algona near the end of tho game. Officials McGrane and North called three personals on St. Cecelia's players in less than that many minutes, and Storm Lake cashed in on the charity tosses. The personals not only cost Algona precious points, but they kept the St. Cecelia's quintet from getting Its offensive rolling again. Hansen of Alogna topped the scorers with 12 points, and played a good floor game. Hendershott, Storm Lake center, got nine points and was St. Mary's best performer in other departments. Drey and E. Cavanaugh also looked good for the winners. Clare-Bancroft The clash between St. Matthews of Clare and St. John's of Bancroft, doped in advance as a battle, turned out to be just that. Clare led most of the way to win 29 to 19, piling up most of Its ten- point margin in the final period. Both teams were nervous in the first period, and their play showed it. Clare eked out a 5-3 lead at the end of the opening quarter and stretched Its margin to 13-9 at the half time. The shooting of both teams was off in the first half, particularly from the free throw line. Better, Bancroft's star forward, suffered a head injury in the first few minutes and didn't play up to his usual form. He missed eight out of ntne free throws in the first half and a dozen tries from the field. The second half saw the most exciting basketball of the entire morning cession. As the third period opened, Devine, Bancroft's little guard, uncorked three shots ta a row that quickly put his team In the running, and the third sent Bancroft out in front, 15 to 14. In the next few minutes, the lead changed with almost every shot. Dru- shelia, Clare forward, scored a field goal to put his team In the lead, 16-15, and Becker came right back with another to put Bancroft in front, 17-16. O. Condon aent Clare back into the van with a field goal, and Crllly, Clare pivot man, aank a homey to give the Webster county quintet a 20-17 lead as the fourth period began. The fourth period was all Clare's. Drushella, Condon and Crilly shot field goals, Druchella getting two, and M Rood popped in a free throw to give Clare nine points in the last period, while St. John's had to be satisfied with a brace of free throws. Geo. Bonner, C. & N. W. Superintendent, Dies Geo. E. Bonner, 66, retired superin- | tcndent of the Northern Iowa division of the Chlcafro and North Western railroad, died Sunday evening at his home in Clear Lake, following 1 a stroke suffered Sunday noon. He had served the North Western for 44 years continuously and was retired in August, 1931, because of ill health. The body was taken to Eagle Grove where it remained until Wednesday noon. Funeral services were held at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Eaelc Grove and the body taken to Jewell for burial. Mr. Bonner was well known locally. He worked in Eagle Grove and Algona prior to his appointment Summary of the Basketball Scores complete summary of of the county basketball tournament is as follows: CLASS B First Round Wesley 28, LnVerne in. Bancroft 31, Lakota 26. Ronnd Wesley 48, Bancroft 8. Lone Rock 28, Whlttemore 12. Fenton 34, Titonka 8. Ledjrand 29, Seneca 21. Scant- Flnafa Wesley 38, Lone Rock 22. Ledyard 38, Fenton 15. Final Ledjrard 35, Wesley 23. CLASS A Alfrona 27, Swea 23. COUNTY TITLE Alffona 24, Ledyard 23. The AI*ona Upper Den Molnes did not attempt to pick an all-»tar team, feeling that no one team of flve men would do Justice to the many others who certainly would qnMCIfy. Practically every team In the tourney had one or more men who would qualify for anybody's all- star team. son. Robert Leroy of Des Mbines spent from Friday till Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry BANCROFT NEWS Dr. B. E. Weber vlfHed the L. W. Fox home in Algona Sunday. Donald Dyer came (home for B visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Mark Dyer, the first of last. week. Those attending the funeral of Sr. M. Francis in Dubuque Monday were: Sr. M. Cletus, Sr. M. Arnelda, Mrs. Peter Berens and Lawrence Becker. Mr. and Mrs. AJprhonsc Fangman of Alta, Iowa, were visiting Sunday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dyer nnd Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fangman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lcroy Ostwinkle and Mrs. Bridget Qulnn. Mrs. Bill Vaske. Mrs. .Too Vnske, Mr. Merrill, Charles Qtilnn accompanied Father Pick to Sutherland Friday to lirlp him settle in his now home. Fnthpr SchoRes rrrolvrd worrl Mon- riny from the bishop of the comlnp ordination of Robert Qtilnn. It will tnkn plnco hhe 18th of March as far ns is known now. L. J. Rockier of McKlnnon Post of the American Legion, Thomas Garry and Charles Bnker returned Monday from Des Moines where they attended the state Legion convention. Miss Magdalen Stoffel visited at thp F. J. Hatten home and with other close, friends Sunday. Miss Btoffel'M parents were formerly of Bancroft, but moved to Algona some years ago. Antoinette Hart and Eileen Walsh came home Friday for the week end and spent the short time at their respective homes. They are both attending Briar Cliff College irt Sioux City. Sunday was Miko Droessierfs lasb day at the City meat market. He acquired the National Harvester contract and will open an Implement shop in the south side of main street next to the J. H. Sheridan Insurance office. Richard Undorkofier, Harold Pohlman and Kenneth Devine drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to attend <hc drawing of basketball teams who will play opposite each other in the coming basketball tournament to be held at Forh Dodge the 27th and 28th of this month. The preliminaries for thr> diocesan declamatory contest were held In St. John's auditorium Sunday afternoon. The judges were Mrs. Francis Bradley. Miss Georgia Carmean and Guy Hart. Urban Kramer won in the oratorical group and Eileen Kohnke, Helen Droessler and Betty Sheridan won in tho dramatic. In the humorous group, Ellen Sandt, Agnes Droesaler, Maxlne Guide, Winifred Lappe and Margaret Devine. Friday evening, Feb. 23, Presentation academy of WhRtemore, St. Cecelia's academy of Algona and St. John's will meet in the church auditorium to determine the best speakers. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Ofrico I'Viirnarjr is. 19.11 "onrd of Supervisor.-! of KORKU!h county mot pursuant to luljourninont with all members present. Motion by Ilalorrnian and second bv Cosgrovc thnt H. M. Smith, eoimty engineer Is licrohjr directed to mnkn a report on the roads most urgently In nood of construction In Kossuth county for tho ynnr 1'JIII. Aycfl: All. Motion by McDonald and second by Ilolk.t?n thnt County Treasurer's nnml- anmia.1 report bo approved and iniblftth- cil as provided by law. Aypti: All. UHSOMITION no It resolved by tho board of Riiper- vIsorH or KoHHUth county, Iowa. that tlio amounts as shown In tho first column of table below aro appropriate) for the year I DIM for thn various fumN of tho county to tho several office and departments of county RovernnKr.i for tho inn-poses set out In detail In thn budget now on fllo In tho office of tho County Auditor and which In hereby adopted this l&th day of February.. 1934. Appropriated Burt high school placed tenth in the state wrestling tournament for high schools last week in Port Dodge. Eddie Stewart, Burl's sensational star, was defeated in the semi-finals of the 105 pound class, but won the consolation round by tnklng decisions from New Hampton and Cresco opponents. Coach Bowie is to be complimented on the splendid showing his wrestlers have made this year. Last year they were also rated very highly and won state honors. And to the youthful Mr. Stewart, congratulations for his showing. He certanly has been puttng Burt on the map through his prowess. Twenty Years Ago News Clayt on to Head Cresco Corn-Hog Twp. Committee Cresco: Corn-hog committee elected here was A. E. Clayton, president, August Brown, vice president, Earl Milter, director. Mr. Brown was first elected president but would not accept the office. This towMhlp, first to turn iii a complete signup recently, was aided by ChMrles 1 T^n^j^/M-^. and Harold dav- Taken from the files of the Upper Des Moines-Bepubliean for the week of March 4, 1914 L. A. Miner had given his candy store a good cleaning. Fresh paint and new paper had improved its looks. Matt Lamuth had Just gone to Des Moines where he was to attend a convention of the Iowa poultry dealers. Pat Cavanaugh had been all smiles around this time. The stork had left a fine (rtrl at his home the Friday before. Judge Coyle had returned and district court had convened again the day before. Equity cases were to be disposed of that week. 'Little Women" was to be presented at the Call Theatre the comfng Friday by a stock company. High praise was given It and a large crowd was expected to attend. The Burt hgh school had just been placed officially on the accredited list. At that time there were only 87 accredited schools in Iowa and for a town the size of Burt to have an accredited school was an honor. Howard Mawdsley, Dicie Beane and Donald Hutchison, representing the Algona high school, were to meet Fonda the coming Friday in a debating match. The championship of northwest Iowa would be decided at that time. More seating capacity had been added to the Pincess Theatre and a stags tor vaudeville purposes had been buiU. At this time there were three theatres in Algona open every night and matinees were given on Sautrday. Miss Jennie Cairy of Algona an4 Chas. L. Sheuey, formerly of Algona had been married the previous Saturday evening by Rev. F. C. Taylor of the M. E. church. They had gom immediately to Hamburg, Iowa, tj make their home. Several petty robberies had taken place recently with no clues found which would lead to the finding of the burglars. The elevator office of Bowles, Billings & KessUr Co.. had been robbed Of $30. Kohlhaas' grocery store had been broken into, the thieves get- tiny potatoes and coal and the garage of Al Fttlkenhainer had also been entered but nothing taken. _ pu.vns ~ fJcnoral Counly „ ____ _______ t 7."i Pflfl Court ----------------------- i r.nn Poor ----------------- . ______ 40.1100 Stato Insano ____ . ___________ 10,000 T. ii. J2rndlcntlon __________ 2,500 Soldier's Kn'iof ________ _________ 3.500 RilrSTountls ___ ...... ....... J,200 Secondary J(QadiJ construction ------- ......... . no ooo Maintenance _________________ 130,000 Kxprndod 1933 Kxpomlcd 1932 n.ilimce Anticipated Jftn, l. 34 Kccclntn '34 1933 70.0,14 .33 4.430.38 42,64f>.!IO 11.CM . f,l 1.352.39 2,689.58 1,489,00 106,720.21 80,875.18 4.0K9.78 42.457.00 17,3fi7.00 21.2K9.00 3.379.00 1 596.00 111.054 .00 179.312.00 40 153.27 328,17 2.244.12 2 615.01 r.,321.85 3.212.77 50,660.60 106,030. 7<i 37.711.00 1,000.00 37,711.00 9 060.00 nono 3.711.00 1,885.00 01.532.08 ll*,298.r,S 71,290. fil 1.022.92 13.1S5.3I nono •4.23G.5J 1,137.0!) Receipts 193» *6,339.1ft 39.92 .'.0.774.42 15.030.t:c 3G9.17 2,31.8. r,s»- 2.186.or.. t9.44l.SS 121 01,1.ir,, Ayem All. (.Overdraft* she Adopted this IBth day of A. L>.. 19U4. ircuinn that secondary road Nos. 2fi». 270 271, 272 273: 270; 277; 278; 279; 280, 281. 2S1, 28.1. nnd 287 be placed Asos. All. Motion by Ilnlkon nml Becoi Iloiiald that tlio roccommcni Dr. Itlstlni) .Superintendent .Stato Hospital nt Cherokee. approved a ml tli.it C'nrrlo l.athon Mary 1'erson ho parulr On motion Hoard iidjournud Com t Ituom. Hoard of .Suporvinora of county nml r'.'piosp.ntatlve.s o ships met AH a hoard of Hup Urn following* prisons present: Hoard of KuporvKurs: r'oNtrrovo. Hclkcn, McDonald and ris. TOWNSHIP JHirTalo Township Hurt K . Crcsco Cheater .'enton Absent Oerman Ubbo Greenwood A. A. llrant Absent HarrHon 1'eter llehron Irvlnnton Henry I-edyard J. H. Lincoln Jaa. \ I-otta Creek Albert Lit Vernii O. !•". I'orlland Will I'lum Creek Pratrlo John Arndnrfur Hamsey __Edw. Ulvcrdala Senoca L. C. tluat Sherman Auron Kprlnglleld Hwea O. Union Art \Venley Wlilttemoro Henry Scliultz Meeting organized ami Helken and second by Chan. Morris act UH chairman. Ail. Motion by Ewoldt and second by Hal treinan that M. J. Butler. Itor, act as sucretm y. Aye Motloni by Droessler ami Kwoldt that thu following" resolution be \VHKHKAS 11. glneer, •.ireannted his report Hoard of Appru\ul and eiu h tatlvu of township was giv*m an Utility to examine H.ild report la regim. to road program for bis ruaijectivo to ship, anil WHKHKAS. the County Knginecr hav Intr read tho rtKu! tho roads to bts improved during now therefore, HE IT HUSOLV a;.|.r vr.l that tl.o approved. Adopted this ir>th d.iy of Fol \ 1).. ls:H. All members voting "aye.' 1 record for Knglnuer's Ki-porr.) On motion made and duly tho Board of Approval adjou ject to tlio call at lioard of urn. On motion Hoard of Supen journed to 1:30 o'clock p. in One thirty o'clock iiuard of ors met pursuant to udjourni all members present. Motion by Heiktm und s Custfruvn that scaled bids !jo o read. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and i ilfceman that lumber and I Ing contract bo awarded U Lumber and Hi idgo Comp oljies. Iowa, as per bid. Ayes: All. Mutlol by UalKemun and Cosgrove that concrete cul tract be awarded to Wilson Company, HumljuJdt. Iowa. 62 cents and 18 Inch at 82 cents as per bid. Ayes: All. Motion by Coxgrove and Hflkeu that Iowa Culvert Company DOS Mollies. Iowa eil a carload of corrugated culvert 15 inch at 7Q cents and IS Inch at ctnta as per bid. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgemun and second lUikca that Will. HiUilu be blind ulluwancu ul (2&.00 i beginning January 1. 1934. a July 1. 1S31. Ayes: AU. Motion by Cusgrova and e McDonald that Titoiikii Topk Iowa, be awarded contract ft 600 Ih)uuciu4 reports an pur All. rwn by •+•) February. nd by Dnl- pOtltlotlH 274 J '275; 282. 28.1; ll Oil Illp. nd by Mo- ilutlon of of tlie Iowa, bo thon ami res: All. d to the KosRlltll tho town •OV.'tl ' U'Hll it: IlalKcmnn. and Mui- TIVKS _» Almont ). Mwoldt Itoblnsim ;*nul Only ._ Abwiiit Ii Sc.halk-r 10 Winter KanKinati — Absent jter lx>oft - - Absent r KiHcheid llolcomit Varburton •t 1'otratz Chambers KliiBS'lorf Ab.si'iit Arndorfur Urot-Hslur Absent ,. C. (Juat f. Stoussy — AbHul'.t V. Jelisun ruikshunk Absent ry Sthultz motion by rovo that an. Ayes: id by Itnl- unty ini'l- All. untiid by iulutton be rounty t;ii- t to (In 1 OJ>I f.^fll- ao opijor- la retfurtj tivo t»>wn- inecr bav- imatlxliUK ring 1'J^l. board of *L*U I A" Fobrudry (Sea road r.) ueconded irnud sub- SupcrviM- vlsoi B ad- i. Supervls- mufit with icccnd by jyeuuu und second by jrldge pll- o Wheeler any, Deb a: All. becoad by urta con- i Concrete 15 Inch at nts as i>er second by and Pipe bu uwaril- ulvert i>U>e Inch ut >'J btcond by triven a per mouth uud cndmtf gecoud by c. Titonka. or printing bid. A) 1.3: Motion by McDonald Rnd Bocond by SB^4 SWV4, »!>-94-So 3 70 Costrrove that 'J. A. Roberts contract 'Wendel Gartner of new brldg-es and repair of brldg-os N3-4 13M, 34-94-30 12 t <n Kosmith county bo renewed for tho Dr 4 year lain. Ayesi All. Banker's, I.lfo Company Motion by Halffuinan nml second by NR^ NMH, lS-!iH-2» __„ . f, Helktn thnt oi«-n illlch right-of-way 8K K NK14 13-IIH-29 3.? claims ho al'owod: N\V<i NW'/i, 18-UU-28 3.1. 1929 1930 10.11 1BH2 1D.13 ~ — Ilr. II-K Jl No. 2 >•»> Acre* »r ., , ,, 7 -' : Chrlstl Movl.'k. Motion by Ifelken and second by NW ,. s ,,.,. , r q, T,, ... ... McDoiiBld thnt c,)Miily ti e.isiiicr's mi. vni- «wi •.?,",! •'.,. $J ' - m "" r'-pni-t h.< f,[,|irovi-d. Ayes- All. NJ',U S\\ «» ,l.,-'.l|-o(l _ .1(| ()„ n , l>n , Jlt I,,,.,,.,, ;,,|J 0 ,, ,,„,,, ,„ „,,„, o'clock a. in.. March 1. 1IKII. Klward C'. Wi'l.rspann '" J ' 1UC mml'y' Auditor. SKMI-ANNVAI. IIIOfOIIT OF M. j. in'irv. TI(I:AMIIIH OF KOSSI m COIINTV. IOWA For <h«- ivrhxl fn.ni .IIIIIP 1, i!i:i;i, („ Drccmiwr si. (fi.i.i. iiu'UmKp •I'l'A'i'iv'jin.N'rs «IF ACCOUNT n'v i''t;\'i)s llniniire . llnlancf. Fliivns V."^, 1 » UUbnrie- lice 3r 1 l ' Nns l'»a:i RrrrlDln inrnm msj .mural Mai.. Krvcnuo » ;i 1 ,n37 . .'>:> t C3,f.r,7.N(l t 7.l.7li7.r.X $ 2-1.1127 77 soldiers lloliim ri,7r,'.'.l7 7.fi7B.!IO 7.14r>.2f> C.283.H2 UMlcral C-ounty 4 r,.iVJ'J . 8'.l 4B.l78.fil 42.009.72 487B87K ourt Kxpenao 2,417. ;il 620.25 2,660.24 5071- i'oor r>,7«G.C6 21.705.1!) 21,270.12 622l!7:t Stato liiHiiiio , l'.2.'iN.l(i 7,883.64 7.5S2.29 2,649.41 Secondary Knail (•onNtriiftlon.6Fi,:i4:i.01 72.1S4.80 7C.f>8r>.8:i 60811 an Secondary Hoad Mamtenanco 82.734.28 87.598.72 63 871 'JO 106lfll 04 County HrlilKo Z7.JO ' 27'2(> bounty C'aRh Hoad 222. :t2 lit' 3 1 * C'outlly S<'hool , 728.12 M70.17 fi.317.84 l.f,78.'45. Soldiers' Heller 2.405.87 2.542.89 1,549.19 346».r,7 flrldKO Ilonil 4.;I72.7.I 4.B67.r>5 5.000. 5» 4034 Ii!* Co Canh Itoud lloiul 582. Oti-_ 23.537. r.7 11.146.67 12'972'st; litvortod Interest li,491.7'J 6.491.79 School Dist l.lbraiy 24.7'J 1.2111.20 B87.«» 550 f.f Motor Vfhlclu 22.&37.V1 21.560.75 11.597.50 35.50«'3S I'rtnclpal of School 2.B9 j f,,, .'* i tii"tery _ __ 471 yj ] 048 Ifi 1 194 fit* S'S^ 4 * rcmnorary Sch(M,l (llm-M) — !>.!ili(r. 2:1 1,3:15.58 2.3U9.57 4,8'J8]2» ruiK.'liui'M' I;i.slltut« 183. 'Jl 77.50 J38.«r> 20'' 5" llovino T. 11. 5,167.84 13.58 5444 ''li Karini-lH' IiiHtltllt.) 2,9H:i.Ull 301.80 1,7*5.87 l,551.8:s bounty Kulr (IroiindH l,:<Ul.o:i SS5.41 1,489.811 656 61 Drulmigl) AsHesnifllta 210.1:1 879.50 772.48- 317. If. City .S|i>-r!u| AHHi-iiments 11.947.41 30.547.07 37,228.01 7.266.47 Corporation Fulrts __ 101545 81) 247783 44 2li2 8B1 34 86475 Ol> 1 <l ,iin:iBc (I'lfcllt llal.inriM 112,hl>7.!lii 44.G76.C2 i'j'.O'JO.SH 125039 I'l OtrnlrallN 4,««ti 12 13»3 05 I'll lload illoiiil Itedemiitloii 3,117.511 3.2IG.OO 172. OK Special AHHint ItKflimls 109. K7 109.87 Secondary Hoad Kedeiniit.. Iii7.fi8 167,5s tiecondaiy Hoad Assmts _- 8.6l>9.12 6.204.16 3.460 25 11,463.0:1 1-rl-Sei; Houd Hedfini.tlon 21 Ok 24.86 .82 'IVjtal HulalHt'H 53315ii 'J'J 55857S C r » <ti«rdraf(H 4,6tt2 l(i I.'sUS 05 Total 528. 464. SI 710.082.83 681.8til.U4 t,f,6.6h6 . til) ( >vt-ri!r;i ftH sb.ivvu m illuck l''ai*u Typ^ 1 . Ul-XKIl'TS AM> DISUIHSKMKN'IS HWl.ll'TS AMOUNT On Hand June 1, 19:14 - 528464 81 J-'roid Current Taxes 193J - 491 755 8' From l>ellmiui:nt Taxea. 1!)31 und i,rior years 26. 938. OS IVnalty, lnti;rest aiul cost.-j - _ _ - 6,734.60 Drain;. Ku Taxes , 42007.47 City Special Ati.scsamentH. <l'aviiitf, ^eWcre. etc.) , 879. 5t> Highway Heceli)ts 6279.0s <;asoljnu Tax 41.529.5u Diverted Interest - _- -- - - 6491 7'j Dotf Licenses 55. OO Interest of Schonl b'un.l - 1.335 58 Care of Patients in County Itustltutiuii^ -_ 221 0-4 Salo of School Hooks -- -- 1 068 " t Fees from Cmmty Auditor - 14G 0^ Fees from Clark of District Court - - 2244.17 Fees frum Sheriff „ _ 83'i 1»> Miscellaneous Receipts __ - _ 13689 41 Autoinci'ii..* F*^s ,,_.., .. , _ .. -. 801. 0^ Other Transfers - - __ _ -_ — 38.'-70.5cJ Total Hecclpts - - - _— - - - _12:tS.5l7.6« 1)15UI llik-'MliNTS AMOUN'L* lirainago \Varr;ints. lioii'iy and Intel't-rft . , _- 2»4i*l.2T County Bonds Hedccun-d _ - - 4.UOO.OU IM<''""-I on Ci'iiiny iii-.pilM „ „ . .... 7,127.5^ Interest nnl'iiinary Koad lion«l.s - 3.24'>.o») Orders on County Treasurer by Mayors of Cities and Towns 37.3U0.4X order.-: uji County Treasurer by Piesideiita of School Districts 26-'.583.4i> Township Clerk.-,' Receipts , 1.083.13 Secretary uf State's Heceipts fur Autoinubllo Licenses 10.786.IiO I.I.SM-H p. nd fur other cuunties . 626.74 Trin-jfers to Fuii' Is - - - 39071.501 Halanet! on hand. Oceember 31. 193:1 r.Sfi.iiSS .60 Total Dihburneinents .. - — _ 1.23S.547.S4 Aluona, Iowa February 8, 1934. r. M. J. Duffy. Treasurer of Ki ssuth. County. Iowa, do hereby certify that thu report Kiveii above i.s a curie, t summary of tht> business transacted by iiio as saiu tieaiujer during the PI-I iod therein Siieciiietl. M. J. DUFFY. County Treasurer.

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