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Quarterly Financial Statement and Summary of Proceedings i," School District, Mid-Prairie Community Counties, Washington and Iowa I do hereby certify that taxis report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pert~2rring to the financlat matters of t~e board of sa~d district for the quarter ending March 31, 1966. JOHN C. McDOWELL, Secretary FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhouse Fund Balance from ~Pervious Quarter .... $ 14,107.60 Total Receipts for Quarter .......... 2,897,06 Total to Account for ................ 17,004.6~ Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter 5,120.00 Balance at End of Quarter .......... 11,884.66 General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter .... 6,587.79 Total Receipts for Quarter ........ 83,247.07 To~l to Account for ................ 89,834.86 Expenditures Regalar Salaries Pa~ for Quarter (Teachers, Janitors, Officer~, etc., grouped) ......................... 130,432.84 Other Warran~ Issued -- amount .. 30,440.63 Total Expenditures ............. 160,873.47 Ba~nce at End of Quarter ........-71,038.61 Temporary deficit pending receipt of taxes. LIST OF WARRANTS (except salaries) Schoolhouse Fund Person, Ftrm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What Amount Betteadorf Bank & Trust, int. on bonds ........ 20.00 Farmers Savings Bank, pr, incipal arid interest .. 5,100.00 TOTAL. .................................... 5,120.00 General Fund Person, Flrm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What Amount Americana Interstate Corp., library expense .... 6.00 American Library Association, library, expense .. I0.00 Tracy Anderson, mileage ....................... 16.66 Association F.ilms, Inc., rental of fil~ .......... 10.80 Atomic Corp. of America, science supplies ....... 24.00 Br.an~on Batterson, Christmas trees ............ 63.00 Boyd & Rumme,l~art, heating repair ............ 410.04 Buckwalter Motors, transportation expense ...... 764.52. Bureau of Audio V~sual Inst., f~lm rental ........ 37.03 Burlington: Paper Co., paper supplies " 136.38 Carleton Stewart Music Co., music expense ...... 6.00 Carson Plumbing & .Heating, heating repai,r .... 20.60 Central Duplicating Co., inst. suppli,es .......... 24.34 Central Iowa Telephone, telephone ............. 40.90 Central Scientific Co., ~ience supplies .......... 13.66 Central Systems, Inc., inst. supplies .............. 110.61 Church~ Chemical CO., maintermnce ............ 76.28 Bill ~/I. Clark, mileage .......................... 121.6.1 Clover Farm Store, home ec. expense ............ 26.16 Colorado State College, ,ind. ~.rts expense ........ 2.78 Comm~nications Engineering CO., repairs ........ 42.10 C & S Ra~o and FAectric, maintenance ........ 52.79 Des Molnes Register @nd Tribune, advertising .... 16.20 Illctation Disc Co., business education exp ....... 8.62 Sttaron Distasio, mileage ........................ 4.90 Doyle InStallation Service, bleacher repa`ir ...... 104.80 Dunbar Garage, transportation expense .......... 15.801 2~e Economics Press, Inc., professional books .... 12.50 Educational Music Bureau, music .............. 71.65 Eimen Drug, health supplies .................... 14.72 Everetts Music Co., music ....................... 138.81 Farm Bureau IAfe Insurance Co., T.S.A ............ 150.72 Farmers Savings Bank, Iowa Light & Power ...... 843.22 Part, eli's Off, ice Supply, ~nst. supplies ............ 87.90 Fisher Blacksmith & Welding, ~ansportation. exp. 4.00 Jacqueline M. Flake, mileage .................... 60.00' Follett Publishing CO., textbooks ................ 23.86 Thomas L. Fordyce, mileage .................... 150.00 Gambles (Wellman), maintenance .............. 6~.84 ~nn & CO., textbooks .......................... 7.82 Timothy Grady, mAleage ........................ 16.66 Glenn Guengerich, electrical repair .............. 43.65 C. S. Hammond & Co., audio visual .............. 36.35, Harwort, Brace & World, Inc., textbooks ........ 34.49 Harper Brush Works, maintenance .............. 7.56 Harper & Rowe, Publ~hers, textbooks .......... 5.72 Calvin Hickr~an, mileage ........................ 33.60 I~llyard Sales, Co., custodial supplies ............ 6.39 Hoe2tstedter's Service, transport~Mon expense ... 2.35 J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., custodi~ supplies ........ 66.00 Holt, Rlneh.art & Winston, Inc., textbooks ...... 4.20 Home Gas Co., L.P. g~s and .repairs .............. ,35.46 THE KALONA I~IEWS, ~I~IURSDAY, ~RIL 21, 1966 Betty Murphy, Secretary, postage ............... 11.78 National Ddrectoxy Service, guidance ............ 4.10 National Education Ass'n., professional books ... 11.00 Northwestern Mutual Life Inc., T.S.A ........... 300.00 Pearl Palmer, Secretary, postage ............... 1.82 Pat's S~ell Service, transportation expense ...... 1.00 W. D. Patterson, haullng cinders .............. 507.50 Payne's Radio & TV, repairs .................... 66.45 T. R. Phil.l~ps Drug Store' art supplies .......... 2.65 Plumbers Supply Co., repairs .................. 11.56 Pratt Sound Films, Inc., audio visual expense ... 94.74 Pyramid Services, transportation expense ....... 35.98 WilRam Reif, road rock ........................ 109.52 Reif's, Inc., home ec. supplies .................. 1.20 Irvan J. Rich, l~iarlo tuning .................... 23.00 David B. PApley, mileage ....................... 86.47, Ross Motor Service, transportation expense ..... 14.10' Mary T. Schaeferle, mileage .................... 105.00 Salaries ........................................ 130,432.84 Schaefer's, stop watch repair .................... 7.50 Scholastic Magazines, subsor~ptions .............. 18.00 School Bus Sales, Co., tran,~portation expense .... 32.58 Ray Schrepfer, mileage ........................ 97.98 Scibnve Research Associ@tes, Inc., textbooks .... 4.69 Scott, Foresman & Co., textbooks .............. 794.96 Virginia ShaRa, Secretary, postage ........ - ...... 4.20 Dennis Shaw, mileage .......................... 25.13 Sieg-Ottumwa Co., transportation expense ...... 17.37 The Singer Co., home ec. supplies .............. 10.00 Sitler Auto Parts, transportation expense ....... 36.64 Slockett Sincl.a,ir Service, transportation expense 7.25 Smitty's Ford Sales, transportation expense ...... 2.00 Sr~alr Hardware, maintenance ................. 178.57 Clyde Snyder D-X, 'tires and transporta~on exp. 972.84 South-Western: Publishing Co., tests ............. 80 Stand~rd Off Co., gasoline and fuel otl .......... 2,873.94 State College of Iowa, bus driver's school ...... 5.00 Shirley Statler, mileage ........................ 6.86 Strickier Oil Co., belts .......................... 3.48 SurLray D-X O,~1 CO., ga.~ne .................. 10.52 Superior Coach Sales of Iowa, ~ransportation exp. 18.91 Paul Swank, vuc. ag. supplies .................. 4.25 Teachers Ins. & Ann~ty Ass'n, T.S.A ........... 150.00 Texaco, Inc., gasotine .......................... 7.89 Town & Country Plymouth, transportation exp... 8.65 Troyer's Conoco Service, transportation exp ..... 18.68 Janice Truelson, mileage ........................ 84.00 Roger Turtle, mileage .......................... 60.00 T. V. Lab., Inc., .repairs .......................... 23.65 U,lin's Dry ~leantng, cleaning drapes ............ 10.25 United School Equipment Co., transportation exp. 12.55 Un,ited State, s Safety ervices CO., safety glasses .. 101.25 Valley Supply & Equipment Co., voc. ag. exp ..... 92.41 Wade & CO., Inc., transportation exp ........... 327.11 Wade Ford Motors, transportation exp ........... 264.98 Washington Evening Journal, publishing ........ 9.29 Watkins Body Co., trartsportation exp ........... 7.85 Town of Wellman, water ...................... 152.76 Wellman Advance, publishing ~nd supplies ...... 94.84 Wellman Cleaners, clea~ng mops .............. 8.45 Wel.lman Coop. Telephone, telephone .......... 188_3~ i Wetlman I-I~rdware, rake ...................... 3.98 Wellman Lumber Co., maintenance .............. 101.10 H. W. Wilson Co., library expense ................ i0.00 Worner E~ectronic Devices, maintenances ........ 4.18 Lorne B. Worthington, State Auditor, audit ...... 339.80 1%obert D. Yoder, chains ........................ 15.00 Roy L. Yoder & Son, maintenance .............. 198.50 Zip's Welding & Repair, transportation exp ..... 2.50 TOTAL .................................... $160,873.47 I, John C. McDowell, Secretary o.f the above named Face LLft For Latest beauty powder made from du~t. powder is more most other powders: I ing up skin oils School Illstrict, do hereby certify that this report, pages cause makeup to sm~ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 is a txue and correc~ statement of the proceed- An enterprising lngs .pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said man disCovered ~the d~l District for the quarter ending March 31, 1966. he noticed HollyWOod ! JOHN C. McI)OWELL, Secretary plexior~s on men wor~ Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of a grinding mill. Cob Al~.il A. D., 1966. has a color that bl (Seal) LOLA MARNEAR, No.tary complexions.~ I ~ii:i! TRY M,EA FOLGERS COFFEE ............... 2lb. can HIC DRINKS, all flavors ... 46 oz. .... 4for Sta Flo LIQUID STARCH .......... half gal. STA PUFF ........................... 32 oz. C. F. BUTTER ,b. BANQUET POT .................. 7 for r i' " 2 for Miss Morton Umbrella Label Offer,See Display MORTON'S SALT ....... 26 oz. ....... TOMATOES, vine ripened ................ BANANAS ................................. Chuck Roast... lb. 59c Ground Beef... lb. lb. Chuck Steak... lb. .................. |b. BACON ..................... lb. Arm Roast ..... lb. 69c BONELESS BEEF STEW lb. 6 II~:I~ :~ ii RATH SLAB Wellman Municipal Gas, gas .................. 2,885.44 Wellman Oil Co., oil and grease ................ 338.64 3 Ounce Package _~: || WellmanPostmaster, envelopes and stampSwestern Auto Associate Store, transportation exp. 14.22 ~102"85Smoked Chipped Turkey ro Corned Beef .... Town of West Chester, water .................. 60.00 = __|~1~ Local News - CHEVROLET Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knepp and Mr. and. Mrs. Robt. Mob- e~ly entertalned '~e East Union young married Sunday school class to a barbecue picr~c a the Kr~epp home Sunday noon. Those attend- ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Juhn Kauffman ~nd ,Ka~leen, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cmscho, Mr. and ~Irs. Y~rry Rediger and Monica, Mr. and Mrs. Fr~ Lt.tw~ller and John; Mr. and Mrs. John Stoltzfus Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Lowetl Yoder and Stacy. Mr. ,and Mrs. Rol- lln Brenneman and son were unable ~to attend. Mr. and Mrs. George V. Fry accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Harry J. Fry visited Sunday CUSTOM CAMPER Horace Mann Co., T~.A ......................... 1,080.00 Houghton Mifflin Co., textbooks ................ 13.09 Dwlght Hugg~n,% ml~eage ...................... 37.80 Hunington Laboratories, Inc., custodial supplies .. 226.11 Ideal Pictures, ,ilm rental ...................... 4.15 Industris~l Towel Service, transportation e~pense.. 9.75 Interrtatiorral Business Machines, service ........ 37.81 I~)wa Book & Supply Co., textbooks .............. 7.10 Iowa Clty Clean Towel Service, c~ supplies 43.20 Iowa Educational Information Center, Jr. High report cards ................................ 83.88 Iowa Employment Sec. Comm., F.I.C~ .......... 2,450.69~ Iowa PubLic Emp/oyees Ret. System, I.P~E~ ..... 2.245.47 Iowa Southern Ut,Rities, elec~t~i~ty and gas ...... 3,686.74 ~SEA Library Service, n~agRzi~e subscriptions ... 13.86 Joint CouncR on Economics Education, so. studies 17.26 Othu Jones, scrap iron .......................... 9.00 Town of Katona, water ........................ 87.82 Kalorta Auto Service, transportation e~p ......... 611.89 Kalona Builders Supply, coal and. supplies ...... 1,406.36 Kalona Coop. Switchboard, telephone .......... 133.59 Kal~na Kleaners, cleaning mops ................ 10.50 I~alona News, publication ...................... 83.92 Kalona Skeliy Service, transportation expense ... 10.00 Kalona U-Save, home e~. supplies .............. 28.77 Koch Brothers, inst. supplies .................... 25.76 Laki~aw Bros., textbook ........................ 1.70 J. S. Latta & Son, inst. suppldes ................ 47.02 Leo's Body Shop, transportation exp ............. 20.00 Leu Typewriters, repa.lr ........................ 5.50 Lew~s, Inc., health supplies ..................... 11.37 Logan Jewelry, repal, r stop watch .............. 5.00 McGraw-H~ll Book Co., textbooks .............. 19.44 C. H. McGuiness CO., heating repairs ............ 485.24 Lola Maruer, Secretary, .postage 61.41 Marner's Merchandise Mart, home's." SUpl)lies" : : 33.08 M~rvln's D-X, transportation expense .......... 3.80 Messer Oil Co., transporta~on expense .......... Metropolitan: Supply Co., library furniture ...... lt~idwe~t Shop Supplies, power cord .............. Joyce Millice, Secretary, postage ................ Biological, Inc., Junior high science ........ Missou, ri-Kansas CherpAcal Co., custodial sup ..... Moline Body Co., transportation expense ........ .afternoon witch Mrs. Earl Fry at Mercy hospital in Iowa City, and were also c&l:lers In ,the Arlo ~ home' there. Mr. and Mrs. I~wrence Gviffiths and Shelley, and his mother, Mrs. Mtldred C~rif,fiths visited S u n d a y, wi~h Mr. ~rlfftths' grand- mother, Mrs. Myrtle Benja- min. a n d Mrs. (Yrif~ttahs' brother a n d sister-,in-law, the Paul Turners all of Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Miller and Denny ~ a~ thedr dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Redi- ger and ~amlly, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beachy, Emma and Merle, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Mullet, Letha ~nd Cathy, and ! Devin Mullet. Judy Enfield ~a~.~nparrled Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dayton of Wasbirtgton .to. Des Molnes for the weekend, ,where they ~ttended the state conven- tton of cosmetolog~sts held a~ the Fort Des Motnes hotel. Ladies from Kalona, who enjoyed an ~bday qui~ting in, the home of Mrs. Thomas 57.48 Moore of Lisbon recently, 572 22 ! 9"82 [were Mrs. Ttlima~ Weaver, ~'a~IMrs. Le~s Slaubaugh, M~s. ] 118"00 I~m~ tt~ ~:~s. ~n~ 51157 ' ~" M. ,,-Jet. .... WITH SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR OUTDOOR LMNG! Want to make life more enjoyable? 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