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The Algona Uppec fles Moineg, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 11,193? BASKET GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specials Prune* in rich *yrup, ex Ig en, 2 cans 25c Red Pitted Cherries Ig can 15c Grapefruit „ 2 No. 2 cans 25c Cocoa . 21b. can I5c Pancake Flour 3 Ib. pkgs. 15c Honey quart jar 39c Kellogg's Wheat Krispies __2 pkgs. 25c Bran Flakes ,-3 pkgs. 25c Tea, Black Oolong, choice 1 Ib. bulk 25c Supreme Coffee, all name implies Ib. 29c Mary Ann Flour 49 Ibs. $2.09 Excello Flour, 49 Ibs. $1.59, 241 Ibs 89c Everything in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Fresh and Cured Meats, Oysters, Fish SPECIAL 10 Ibs. Cane Sugar with each $1.00 purchase . 49c BASKET GROCERY ALGONA AT HUMBOLDT; CLARION, THUR. 23-20 Score in First Team Game; Seconds Also Lose PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to quit farming I will sell at Public Auction the following described property on the old Anton Kajewshi homestead Si/, miles east and 2 miles north of Emmetsburg; 5 miles north and 4 miles west of Whittemore; and 6 miles northeast of Cylinder, on Monday, February 15th Free Lunch at Noon Sale Commences at 1 P. M. 106 Head of Livestock 16 HEAD OF GOOD YOUNG HORSES 40 HEAD OF CATTLE Consisting of 14 milking shorthorns, 10 first calf eifers, 10 yearling heifers, 1 Shorthorn bull, 2 years M; 1 Shorthorn bull, six months old; 4 steers. 20 Duroc Jersey Brood Sows, 20 Feeder Pigs, 1 boar. FARM MACHINERY, ETTC. Consisting of F-30 McCormick-Deering tractor; tractor and horse-drawn machinery. John Kajewshi, Owner Cylinder State Bank, Clerk Colwell Bros., Aucts. Humboldt won a conference game Friday night from Algona by a score of 23 to 20. The Humboldt seconds also won their game with a score of 19 to 16. Algona got the first point with a free throw by Frankl. Humboldt soon took the lead and the first quarter ended with the score 8 to 2 for Humboldt. In the second half Algona picked up somewhat and left the score 13 to 11 with Humboldt still ahead. In the third quarter the Humboldt Wildcats increased their lead, leaving the score t 21 to 12. Again in the fourth uarter Algona picked up. In a udden dash the Algonians shot wishers to bring the score up to 3 to 20. Thee rowd went wild and he cagers fought desperately for he ball. As the gun cracked a oul was called on Meyers of Hum- oldt. Algona missed the free hrow. The lineup for Humboldt was: Brandsgaard and Bjornson at forward, Meyers at center, and Nyby nd Vonderhaar at guard. Substi- utions for Humboldt were Morgan or Bjornson and Sulek for Meyers, ligh point men were Bjornson and Vyby with six points apiece. The lineup for Algona included Lynk and Mitchell at forward, Frankl at center and Pickett and Miller at guard. Muckey substltut- d for Mitchell. Clarion meets Algona here Thursday night in the final home conference game. Would Organize North Iowa Baseball League of 8 Teams Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 10—Pointing toward an Iowa-Minnesota league for the coming season, Joe F. Carr of this city, promotional directors for the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues Is making a survey of the territory, preparatory to an organization meeting. Possible members of the circuit include Algona, Iowa Falls, Mason City, Charles City, Hampton, Spencer, Storm Lake and !Tj»thi>rvtli<». nil In Iowa and Austin, Minn. Some of these cities have been very successful in the operation of independent ball teams, and there \a such a prevalent Interest in the territory that it appears ready to support an organized league. Such a circuit could qualify for membership in the National Association ns a Class D loop. Advantages over the independent brand of ball are numerous, one thing, the contracts of For the players are protected for the clubs owning them, and cannot be taken over by any other club in organized ball without proper assignment Systematic operations, including a salary and player limit which puts all members of the league on equal footing is another Important advantage of a professional league. Already, a half dozen new leagues have been formed for the 1937 season and the National Association will see the curtain rise on more than 30 loops. Director Carr Is enthusiastic over the prospects for the Iowa- Minnesota circuit and believes it can be organized for the approaching campaign. Potential members have shown a keen Interest, and Carr believes the organization can be brought to a head with litle difficulty. He is concentrating on his survey and hopes to have a meeting scheduled within a short time. West Bend Girls Second in Meet West Bend: The West Bend girls' >asketball team won second In the county tournament at Emmetsburg Saturday evening, by defeating the Graettinger team. The girls won the first game from Rodman Friday evening by a 43 to 42 score. This was a close, fast game. Saturday afternoon they won from Mallard and this put them In the finals against Graettinger, Saturday evening. The girls have won every game this season, 14 in all. The sectional tournament will be held in the VV?est Bend gymnasium, Feb. 35, 26 and 27. Ottosen Girls Lo*e To Whittemore Five Ottosen: The Ottosen high school basketball teams played Whittemore there Friday night. The Whittemore girls won by a score of 35 to 19. Ottosen handed Whittemore girls the only defeat of the season earlier in the year. The score at the half was 12 to 10 in favor of Whittemore. The Ottosen boys won 56 to 12, after leading 29 to 7 at the half. Whittemore Acad. Hands Ft. Dodge Defeat, 46 to 27 Forward Elberfs 12 points In the last half paced Presentation academy of Whittemore to a 46 to 27 victory over Corpus Christ! of Fort Dodge in a thriller Monday night in the Fort Dodge K. of C. gym. Earlier in the season Coach Jim- mle Donahoe's team took a one- point win from the Whittemore boys on their own floor. Corpus Christl tooK some consolation in the fact that the local midget team was a 15 to 8 victor over the Whittemore seconds in the opening tilt of the evening. Farrel began the scoring In the varsity game with a long shot that was good and put Whittemore in the lead 2 to 0. Trailing 21 to 32 as the final stanza began the locals fought determinedly but only succeeded In repeating their third quarter efforts, six points, this time on one heave each from Conway, McCoy, and Clements. During the same period the visitors harvested a crop of 14 points with Elbert again taking the honors on three baskets. Farrell was good for two field goals and Kelly counted a bucket and two from the free throw line. Elbert with 16 points was easily the top scorer, and he was followed by his running mate, Farrell, with 13. Presentation _, (Whittemore) 46 Fg Ft Pf Farrell, f « 3 0 Elbert, f 1 * 3 Midler, c 2 0 0 Rlngler, g - 3 0 0 Kelly, g 1 3 3 Seymour, g 1 0 1 Legg with 21 and 20 points respectively, while Bergum at the other forward position played ft fine passing game. The recently organized Bode Independent team displayed a flashy brand of passing and, an uncanny eye for the basket in their encounter with the rangy LuVerne squad. Except for Coach Lehman, the* Bode squad is composed of mainly high school stars of the past year or two. Academy Cagers Lose To Rodman Rodman defeated the St Cecelia Academy basketball team, 25 to 15, Tuesday night on the local floor. Rodman led all the way. Thisaen with four points was the high man for Algona, while Barber ted the Rodman attack. The locals were off form, and their play was ragged compared with the other contests this season. This is the third defeat of the season for Father Ahman's charges. The girls' team also lost, 53 to 18. Thursday eevnlng the locals play Whtttemore Academy on the Algona floor, and the girls play Lu- Verne. Armstrong Girls Lose to Bode Bode won two games of basketball here last Saturday night when the high school coeds defeated the strong Armstrong high school sextet by a score of 45 to 35, and the Bode Independents defeated an invading LuVerne five by a top heavy count of 43 to 8. The girls' game was a fast scoring affair throughout most stages of the game with the local lassies, coached by Mr. Lehman, holding a slight advantage. The score at the half time was 24 to 20 in favor of Bode. Johnson of Armstrong led her team's offensive with 20 points while Irmiter at guard played a splendid game. The Bode offensive was paced by Wbtnem and Algona Needs More Homes * Let 1937 bring you a home of your own Lowest Interest Rates Best Possible Terms No Loan Costs Ample Funds to Loan Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y 206 East State St HIDES - WOOL TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL Joe Grcenbcrg -- !____ ^_^___ .^^^^^^^frtfraa^^M^^aiBiaMas^Mis^sjJBig^gHgggggS^^S iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Basketball and Wrestling Friday, February 12 HIGH SCHOOL HAMPTON — BASKETBALL CLARION — WRESTLING Basketball with Hampton begins at 7 o'clock Last home game of season PRICES 20c and 25c BEAD U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PATS STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY ALGONA CO-OPERAT1YE CREAMERY COMPANY BALANCE SHEET Advertising Bank service charge AS AT DECEMBER 81, 193ft Directors' fee* and expense tacFTtt Cream scoring — ASSfcrs Advertising (State Brand) Cntrent Assets Ca«h on hand and in bank $ 5,280.79 Accounts receivable 5,007.28 Advances 468.00 Inventories (butter, oils and supplies) 17,048.97 686.71 810.00 202.31 110.00 110.83 Office rent W.OO Office supplies and postage 1,03444 Dues, subscriptions, and donations .. . 81.00 Miscellaneous 36.00 4-H Club 110.40 Total Current A**et* $i7,806j04 3S.966.16 Inreitmentu Stock (Iowa State. Brand Creameries Inc.) .. 3 4,000.00 Totals — » 8 7 Corpus Christl • (Fort Dodge) 27 Fg Ft Pf McCoy, f -3 2 2 Magennis, f 3 0 2 Mldles, c 1 1 3 Conway. g 2 0 0 Clements, (c), g 3 0 1 GOOD BROODER HOUSE Totals 12 3 8 Referee, Fred Graham of the Ft. Dodge high school coaching staff. St. Cecelia's Five Beats Ft. Dodge Academy, 21-19 The powerful St. Cecelia's academy baaketball team nosed out a hard-playing Corpus Christ! five of Fort Dodge, 21 to 19, in a bitterly contested game last Friday in Algona. Thissen was Algona's beat bet and his eight points kept his team in the running throughout the game. Mollenhoff and Seipman also starred. The whole Corpus Christ! team played fine ball although Magennis' floor game and six points made him outstanding. Conway and Clements followed with five, and four points respectively. Summary St. Cecelia—21 Fg Ft Pf Barry, f 1 0 2 Baker, f 0 0 2 Thissen, f 4 0 1 Mollenhoff c 2 2 4 Bestcnlehner, g 0 0 0 I Seipman, g 2 1 1 Assets Land, buildings and equipment 75,380.90 Less: Provision for depreciation 27,033.88 ALGONA CO.OPERATITE CREAMERY COMPACT STATISTICS TOTAL AS8F.T8 48,347.02 Mitral Cream received 80,15AM Cream received (»w«et) (sour) - 330,763 ' Av*r*c* Pounds Pounds Tart Fat 1,614,704 .297 479,907.6 .293 96,744.9 Average Price Amount .3770 |1S1,061.6S 33.754.30 .3439 LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH Current Liabilities Due patrons—December cream $ 12,492.63 Notes payable—bank $ 5,000.00 Notes payable—other 2,300.00 7,300.00 Total 1,945.457 Milk received 1.024,651 676.652.5 .3726 .037 37,978.7cwt.2.045 214,806.95 20,963.66 Total Paid Patrons $235,76940 Pound* Butter Inventory—January 1. 1936 - 26,796 Butter manufactured 710,634 Advances on butter shipped 1,775.00 Accrued expenses 1,876.85 Outstanding ticket* 634.36 Rebates payable (oil department) 3,263.01 Reserved for taxes 1,099.77 Less: Inventory December 31, 736,329 1936 29,099 TOTAL SAI.FS 707,830 Total Current Liabilities $ 28,441X2 Fixed Liabilities Mortgage payable (house and lot due 1939)-Stock SuliNrrlptluntt .Vet Worth Capital Stock—outstanding (par J100.00) ___$ 10,000.00 Surplus earned 34,085.44 Pounds Butter shipped 519.713 2.500.00 Butter sold locally — - 124,173 5,12WM) Butter sold patrons 63,336 Short—Plant Ave. Price Amount 8 44,085.41 TOTAL LIABILITIES WOBTII — AND NET Totals 9 3 10 ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY INCOME, PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMIIER 31, 1986 CREAMERY DEPARTMENT Sales—Dairy products - $276,207.10 Less: Cost of Sales 234,616.64 Add: Less: Less: TOTAL POUNDS BUTTER SOLD 707,280 .8271 »231,S6&08 COMPUTATION OF OVERRUN Poundf 676.652.6 8,196.4 8,286.1 693,134.0 21,027.3 9 80,16&06 Total butterfat received as above Add: Butterfat In surplus milk — Butterfat in starter milk ... Butterfat in retail cream sales 10.644.7 Butterfat sold for ice cream 10,382.6 Gross Profit on Above $ 41,69<M6 Gross Profit on Other Commodities 94&B9 Butterfat churned -Butter manufactured Fenton, Burt Fives Won, Lost, Friday Fenton: Fenton high school split double header with Burt there, Triday night. The local junior high team was defeated by Burl's scrappy bunch, 16 to 11. Burt led all the way and was never seriously theatened. Weisbrod and Kraude looked best for Fenton, while Dettman and Modre starred for Burt. The Fenton firsts won in a romp 47 to 23. Due to Burl's inexperience, Fenton had little trouble working the ball in for shots at the basket- Burt can be expected to be plenty tough as they have :<. young team and a flock of material coming up from the grades. Total GroM Profit ....... - ........ - .......... I 42^37.15 Cost of Hauling (Net) - ................... - ............ — 1.644.92 Gro»s Profit After Hauling _____ ........ ------- $ 40.99&23 Operating and General Expenses (Schedole) ----- .......... SM66.16 Net Operating Profit _____ ............. - ....... 6 Addition* t<i Income Dividend on stock — . _____________ I 320.00 supplies purchased — Pounds overrun Percentage of overrun 672.106.8 710.634.0 138,427.2 24.19% 200.97 641.71 Rebates on Rebate on butter Bold (1932-33) .. Total from Iowa State Brand.. $ Net recovery of federal income taxes ------Other income ______________________________ Interest on »12,000.00 Q> 5% from Oil Dept... These utatements were prepared from my audit report for the year ended December 31, 1936. ALBERT C. CHHISTENSEN. Certified Public Accountant (Iowa and Minnesota) ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY GAS AND OIL DEPARTMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1986 907.76 602.39 600.00 3,272.83 Sales Cost of Sale* S 5,298.90 Gross Profit on Sales $ 18.04&90 The Tom Nelson family, Clear Lake, spent Sunday with Tom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson. «B«Ji Notice of Probate of Will STATB OF IOWA. KOSSUTIi COUNT*. 88. No, 411*6 in District Court, January Term. 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be Die last Will and Testament of Elizabeth Lrcli. Deceased, dated Feb. 16. 1SI33, having been this day filed, opened and read, Friday, uh« 20th day of February, 1937, U nxed tor hearing proof of a am a at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the UlBtilut Court of said County. ur tl.e CU-rk of said Court; and at o'clock u. in,, of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they vu. why suld Instrument vr.ould ttot be probated and allowed as and (or (lie lam Will and Testament of BU.M deceased. Jjaied at Algona, Iowa, January 27 1937 KATHAH1NE McKVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Quurlou & Miller atty. 4-6 Deduction* from Income-Interest on notea and mortgages ----------- 1 543.19 Interest to stockholders, 6% ------- ......... 562.75 Losses and accoun(« charged off ----------- 494.65 Reserved for taxes and professional fees--- 500.00 Operating and General Expeuteg Salaries and wages V/VTa* 6 ' 063 ' 03 Truck exDenfifeB * 1,147.18 SeprecIaUon 354.13 1,601.31 2,100.59 Repairs 418.77 Depreciation (building and equipment) 778.84 Net Income for Year Add: Surplus December 31, 1935 9 3,19841 30,660.96 Surplus (Creamery) December 31, 1936 * 33,849.27 ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY OPERATING AND GENERAL EXPENSES Buppllus Fuel Insurance Taxes (estimated) Light, power, and water (estimated) Miscellaneous 386.41 206.23 248.72 200.00 260.00 243.13 9.296.44 Net Operating Profit Salaries and wage* --------------------------------------- 1 19,177.87 Tube ______ .......... - ................ __________________ v- 3,085.70 Creamery supplies ---------------------------------------- 4.829.68 Repairs ........ _____ ..... - ............. — ...... --------- HlHn Depreciation (buildings and equipment) ----------- ........ 3,668.20 Power Light 868.73 236.34 Insurance and bonds Laundry Hay, feed and shoeing Taxea (real estate and Additions to Iicome Profit on sale of equipment $ C*»U discount* De4acttou tnm IMABM Loss on «al« «f equipment LOSMS and accounts charged off latent* to er«*BMry (113,000.00 & 268.28 180.83 personal) ....... — ..... - .......... Service truck expense Manager'*! travel coats 1 Leas: Received for expense* and service —- Fet IUOBM Patrona*« MbatM @ 3% Telephone 814.13 Balance to surpUu ----694.16 119.98 Surplus December 31, 1116 and telegrapb - IIH^. 818-9» Surplus December li. Ittt r

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