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SEPTEMBER 23, 1954 Want Ads Today - Gone Tomorrow for sale, Dillonville Addition, River. A1 Sabourin Grafton 266w. tf 3-bedroom house. Modern. basement, large garden.. Art city Dial 36961. 2 s 23* Rent: floor sander and edger. equipmenL Marshall WellL River. tf reliable individual to Baldwin Spinet piano. reduced. Can be seen in vicinity. Quick sale required. Wylie Piano Co., Box 1346, N.D. 526 2* MR. F: Go- hunting, galling or fishing? Your farm liability policy cov- You in these activities? Ours Agency, Perk River, a12 tf SPRING WATER For high quality, all pur e spring water, contact state licensed, state ap- Kjos Bros. Sprtngu. contents well within limits recommended by American Publio Health Delivered by-- Oliver DesautL Hoople, Dial 71 Alm effi, Jtoa Pho 743 Anderson r., Gratton, Can IM IIOS BROS. SPRINGS Park River Dial 23120 Light Weight Aluminum Potato Conveyors l-in, belt conveyors complete with built-in motor Weight Price 12 ft. 225 $580.00 14 ft. 243 620.00 16 ft. 255 660.00 ft. 273 765.00 ft. 291 805.00 ft: 310 845.00 ft. 328 885.00 10 days required for delivery T. F. Meagher & Son Pk River, N. D. Dial 22741 For Sale: Some used lumber in good condition. F.J. Thorson, City Phone 22572 * s23 For Rent: Furnished house for the winter. Mrs. Hettie Moffett, city * For Sale: House & Barn on NW Quarter of 24 Dundee twp. Nellie Hanson, Grafton 23s Wanted Buy: single row potato dig- ger in good condition. Also single or double row potato planter. Tom Quinn, Box 4 Wolford, N D * SEPTIC TANKS Pump & Also basement, water and sewer excavation Free Estimate Hag- en Construction Co. Perk River, Phone 36102 m6 tt EXCAVATING, Ready-built, 1,00e- gal concrete septic tank. Com- plete job, $325. Digging $60. Trenching 10c per tt of depth. 50c a it, 6 feet deep over 103 ft. ! D. A. Ramsey, city. Dial 36832. tt WATER WELLS, drilled and bored, 2 to 50 in. diameters. We Nil and Insta Myers water oystmL Dial Porter Well Co. Park River. N.D. tt Lost: Sept. 20 in P. R. Black billfold containing identification card etc. Important. Wallace Ondracek, Lahkin. s231 * For Sale: double bed, complete. Martin Neste, 3 blks west of hos- pital on Vivian street, city 30*s Wanted: responsible party to take over low monthly payments on spinet piano or will give liberal discount for cash. Can be seen in this vicinity. Write Credit Mgr., Box 1608, Fargo. o%3 piano bargains in your area. Very fine, small upright and sligthly used spinet. Bargain prices for quick sale. Terms to responsible parties. For full information write J M Wylie Piano Co. Box 1346, Fargo. eO " TRAVELING AGENT WAISTED Am desirous of establishing a traveling agent in the Perk River area. Have excellent set up with display in Grand Forks. MELROSE MEMORIAL CO. Markers and Monumen 320 2nd Av N. Grand Forks, N D o21 -4 DANCE Sat.Sept. 25 Lankin Legion Hall MUSIC BY Stan Rose SPONSORED BY BOSH.RYBA POST 157 AMERICAN LEG41ON llusiness - Professional Directory 0R. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist lark River Dial 22831 WES SAMSON l.lmmd and Bonded Electrical Conlractor Dial 46161 IVlRING, ALL XINDS DONE RIGHT Quaranteed Estimates DR. M. C. FLATEN DENTIST Phone I, call 2 Edlnburg, N. D. hR. j. v. JAEHNING Dentist oa, N.D. Pho Yg| over J. C. Penny'S - RIVER ELECTRIC 8 for Fsrm Ik Home Low  fl- emote, Llcamd & bondJd ]"  Sorm:mm. Prop. I1 z Pk mv. ROY A. NESTE Lawyer Dial 36781 Park River Drs. Gallowey & Otis Practice Linked to OptometryTho Science of Vision. J. K. GallowaT Vernon Otis Devibs Lake, N. D. Phone 854 _ . - -_- -_- -_-_-- ,'t,e  H. R. PlitingsrudM. D. Pkysictan and Surgeon Offloe Phone 1 ReL 141 Perk River. North Dakota NORTH SIDE GROCERY Grocerias k  Moats Hom L 'kln Prop. Oln week daY 8 a. n Sp. m. SundSystoSp. m. Park River Dial 2201 OVERBYE FUNERAL HOME FUWZL DIRECTOR8 Ambulame* kndeo and Mnm da 042 Nights 41 or 1961 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA HOUSE FOR SALE in Dillonville addition. 2 bedrooms, fully mod- ern with car shecL Reasonably priced. Dial 22052. City. *$23 ! For envelopes, letterheads, state-[ ments, husiness forms, dodgers, printing of all kinds--- the PRESS Wind - Safe... Lightning- Safe Fire-Safe BUTLER Farm Buildings Be sure your stored crops, llve- stock and farm equipment are aafe from damaging losses. Pro- tcct them with a Buffer steel building, adaptable to any need on your farm. Bolted construction makes expansion easy, economical. And Butler buildings--with galvanized or aluminum hceta last a lifetime with little o no cost for upkeep. It will pay you to see us before you buildl STEEL BUILDINGS C0.J Authorized Butler 1 Bldgs Phone 22281 - :;VI;LIER, N.D. N PARK RIVER CITY TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT Park River, N. D., July 1, 1954 To the Honorable Mayor and City Council, City of Park River, N. D. Gentlemen: I submit below a statement of the City of Park River's business done through the Treasurer's office during the period from July tat, 1953, through June 30, 1954. The following statement is that of the City without the electric and water plant business. RECEIPTS cunth Beer and liquor licenses ........................ $ 6,700.00 Dog licenses  160.0 ................................. Moving, building and antenna permits .......... 25.00 6,835.00 CitY and Fire Haih 2% Insurance Tax .............................. 701.18 Hail Rent ...................................... 326.00 Refund Furnace Repair ........................ 5.00 1,032.18 Taxes, Bonds, Insurauc: Cigarette Tax .................................. 3,820.74 3,620.74 Assessors, Courts, Elections: Fines .......................................... 440.10 440.10 Police: Refunds (Telephone, etc.) ...................... 7.54 7.54 Slreets: Culverts sold ................................... 163.14 Rental of Patrol and Patrol work .............. 199.00 Patrol sold .................................... 800.00 Sewer 35.00 ........................................ Calcium sold ................................... 46.80 Spraying ...................................... 50.00 Other sales .................................... 8.50 1,302.44 Received from Walsh County: Taxes ........................................ 12,000.00 12,000.00 Balance First State Bank, Perk River, 7-1-'53 ........ 28,067.69 $53,355.69 DISBURSEMENTS Mayor, Auditor, Treasurer .......................... $ 1,231.79 Council ........................................... 735.72 City Hall ........................................... 4,083.44 Fire Department ................................... 1,242.51 Assessors, Courts, and Elections ..................... 819.80 Taxes, Insurance, Workmen's Compensation ........ 1,130.82 Postage ........................................... 22.38 Printing .......................................... 442.64 Police ............................................ 3,687.88 Sanitation and Health .............................. 0 Streets ............................................ 6,796.54 Library ........................................... 949.34 Band 710.66 ............................................. Recreation-Park .................................. 1,300.00 Capital Betterment-Sewer .......................... 112.27 Balance on hand--First State BankJune 30, 1954 __ 30,089.90 $53,355.69 PUBLIC LIBRARY RECEIPTS Balance on June 30, 1953 ............................ 585.18 Receipts from City (thru taxes) ..................... 949.34 Other-Misc ................................... ..___ 133.03 1,667.55 DISBURSEMENTS Warrants paid during the year ...................... 827.24 Balance on hand in Bank June 30th, 1954 ............ 840.31 1,667.55 Resptfully lmtted, G. S. Lerson. Treasurer MUNICIPAL UTILITIES FUND From July 1. 1953 through June 30, 1954 RECEIPTS Digging Permits .................................... $" 130.00 Gas sold ............................................ 1,044.87 232.50 Refund oil and gas .................................. 95.00 Light poles sold .................................... Refund supplies and labor--substation .............. 371.00 Misc ............................................... 1.00 Electric light and water receipts .................... 97.150.31 99,024.63 Balance on hand June 30, 1953 .................. 52,078.26 $151,162.94 DISBURSEMENTS Salaries ........................................... $ 21,810.18 Labor ............................................ 683.58 Stationery and office supplies ...................... 89.21 Printing .......................................... 55.00 Postage ........................................... 152.10 Gas, oil, car repairs ................................. 1,227.36 Fuel oil ...................... .- ..................... 22,761.44 Lubricating oil ..................................... 1,203.48 Engine repairs ...................................... 637.13 Material and supplies ............................... 7,494.88 Insurance, Workmen's Compensation ................ 1,049.59 Permit refunds ..................................... 235.00 Sales tax ........................................... 1,783.70 Miscellaneous ..................................... 417.44 Capital & Bettermentpower purchased ............ 5,206.08 Capital & Betterment--substation ................... 54,421.98 Capital & Betterment--light .................... ,___ 6,000.00 125,233.15 Balance on hand June 30, 1954 .................. 25,869.79 $151,102.94 Balance June 30, 1954 in Revenue Bonds of 1948 ..... $ 2,557.89 Balance June 30, 1954 in Meter Account ............ 861.70 Balance June 30, 1954 in Sanitation Fund ............ 3,749.82 Balance June 30, 1954 in Park District Balance June 30, 1954 in Sewer District No;3-Fund'_'-_ 3,607.501,829.93 Balance June 30, 1954 in Water District No. 3 Fund __ 1,979.58 Balance June 30, 1954 in Paving District No. 2 Fund. 7,398.15 Balance June 30, 1954 in.Paving District No. 1 Fund _ 2,081.54 Respectfully submitted, G. ,% Larson, Treasurer PAGE SEVE I Guests Sunday of McLean were the LOCAL NEWS Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. family of Grand Forks, The Ralph and Mrs. Kenneth Van Rueden Whaley family of Fordville, Mrs. D. were Mr, and Mrs. John L. Van t D. Gillespie and sons, Dan and Gor- Rueden, of Grand Forks, parents of don and daughter, Edna, and P. A. Mr. Van Rueden. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bode and Mr.  Guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Orstad and son,/Ruben Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Donnie, spent the week end. at Be-_ / L. V. Davenport and family of Se- midji with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver :r- / attle, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Law- ickson and withMrs. Bodes ch.il-]rence Erovick and family of Mil- aren .nen ana ooyce iAnaeu, WhO waukee. " n ' n f m ] . Win. Mrs. Daven art and are staying with the Erickso a - Mr. Erovick are sister and brother ily while attending school there, of Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Duncan Clark McLean SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Galt School District No. 39, Mrs. Stanley Kotaska, Lankin, N. Dak. Receipta In enral Fund (Am'ts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1, 1953, amd June 30, 1954) Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1953 ...... $15,992.68 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1953 ................ $15,992.68 Total amt rec'd during year from State apportionment 1,686.30 Total amount received during year from County tui- tion fund (County Share) ....................... 4,837.13 Total amoun received during year from County High School Equalization Fund (County Share) _ 831.19 Amount received during year from State Equalization Fund: H. S. Tuition ........................... $3,474.00 (State Share) County Tuition Fund for elementary payments ................... 1,048.87 (State Share) County H. S. Equal. fund _ 826.56 Total ............................................. 5,351.43 Amount received during year from taxes levied hy District School Board (General Fund) .......... 11,632.56 Amount received from other non-revenue receipts ._ 1,835.24 Total amount received by School Treasurer during the year ___ 26,173.85 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand .................................... $42,166.53 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for the Following P= Administration ................................ $ 297.17 Instructional Service ........................... 14,548.55 Auxiliary Agencies ............................ 1,811.56 Operation of Plant .............................. 2,656.26 Maintenance of Plant .......................... 189.72 Fixed Charges .................................. 1,077.97 Capital Outlay .................................. 3,163.07 Total Amount Paid During School Year by District Treasurer __ 23,542.30 Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1954, including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds .......................... $18,624.23 RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES IN SINKING & INTEREST FUND Receipts during year plus cash on hand July 1, 1953 ............ $ 2,235.31 Expenditures ............................................... _$ 1,212.50 Cash on hand in Sinking and Interest Fund as of June 30, 1954 ..$ 1,022.81 WARRANTS ISUED Warrants Issued. July 1, 1953 to June 30, 1954 .................. $23,728,78 GENERAL INFORMATION CONCERNING DEBT OF DISTRICT (As of June 30, 1954) Bonds Outstanding ................................ $ 8,000.00 Warrants Outstanding .............................. 287.14 Grand Total Debt ............................................ $ 8,267.14 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WALSH, sa: GALT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 39 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and bellef the within is s true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer. I-L J. NARLOCH, Treasurer of Gait School District No. 39 Subsribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July, 1954. Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour M.W. Vorachek SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Golden School District No. 97, Mrs. Helen Haas, Park River, N. Oak. Receipts in General Fund Amts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1, 1953, and June 30, 1954) ash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July I, 1953 __---.$ 618.74 rand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1953 ................ $ 618.74 Total amt rec'd during year from State apportionment 507.78 Amount received during year from Taxes levied by District School Board (General Fund) .......... 1,492.22 Total amount received by School Treasurer during the year ___ 2,000.00 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand .................................... $ 2,618.74 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Purpose: Administration ................................ $ 88.00 Auxiliary Agencies ............................ 935.14 Operation of Plant .............................. 18.36 Maintenance of Plant .......................... 2.00 Fixed Charges .................................. 70.00 Total Amount Paid During School Year by District Treasurer --- 1,111.50 Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1954, including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds .......................... $ 1,507.24 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July i, 1953 to June 30, 1954 ................ __$ 1,111.50 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WALSH, as.: GOLDEN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 97 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer. MRS. HELMER JOHNSON, Treasurer of Golden SchooI-'District No. 97 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of July 1954. Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour A.G. Strand -- SCHOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Vernon School District No. 53, Mrs. Maurice Borgeson/Park River, N. Dak. Rec4pts tn General Fund (Am'ts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1, 1953, and June 30, 1954) Cash in General Fund fin hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1953 ...... $ 1,419.15 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1953 ................ $ 1,419.15 Total amt rec'd during year from State apportionment 372.73 Total amount received during year from County Tui- tion fund (County Share) .............. -.--'7"- 1,074.92 Amount received during year from State Equalization Fund (State Share) County Tuition Fund for ele- mentary payments ...................... $ 233.08 Total ........................ irom" "Taxes- lev-iei- b y 233.08 Amount received during year District School Board (General Fund) .......... 4,281.38 Amount received from other Revenue Receipts ...... 330.14 Transferred from Special Reserve Fund ..... . ...... 2,159.09 Amount received from other non-revenue receipts __ 754.33 Total amount received by School Treasurer during the year ___ 9,205,67 Grand Total amount received hy School District Treasurer n hand .... cash o ............................... $10,624.82 including EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Purposom Administration ................................ $ 157.17 Instrnctional Service ........................... 2,391.81 Auxiliary Agencies ....................... 1,158.77 Operation of plant ....................... - .... 128.26 Maintenance of Plant ................... ------------ 2,596.64 Fixed Charges .................................. 164.75 Capital Outlay ....... -L-.-- - = %- .... .- ............. 2,701.95 Total Amount Paid During cnom ear by District Treasurer .__ 9,297.35 Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1954, Ineludin Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds _e 13 -' 47 CASH BALANCES IN SPECIAL RESERVE-BUIL-D}NG:-RECA'I()N, BOND, CONSTRUCTION FUNDS Cash on hand in Building Fund as of June 30 1954 ............ $ 2159.09 WARRANTS IUED Warrants Issued, July l. 1953 to June 30, 1954 .................. $ 9,297.36 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WALSH, as.: VERNON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 53 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a 'true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer MRS. JOE LAAVEG, Treasurer of Vernon School District No. 53 Subscribed and sworn to belore me this 13th day of July 1954, Buy "Dakota Maid, Flour A: G. Strand - SEPTEMBER 23, 1954 Want Ads Today - Gone Tomorrow for sale, Dillonville Addition, River. A1 Sabourin Grafton 266w. tf 3-bedroom house. Modern. basement, large garden.. Art city Dial 36961. 2 s 23* Rent: floor sander and edger. equipmenL Marshall WellL River. tf reliable individual to Baldwin Spinet piano. reduced. Can be seen in vicinity. Quick sale required. Wylie Piano Co., Box 1346, N.D. 526 2* MR. F: Go- hunting, galling or fishing? Your farm liability policy cov- You in these activities? Ours Agency, Perk River, a12 tf SPRING WATER For high quality, all pur e spring water, contact state licensed, state ap- Kjos Bros. Sprtngu. contents well within limits recommended by American Publio Health Delivered by-- Oliver DesautL Hoople, Dial 71 Alm effi, Jtoa Pho 743 Anderson r., Gratton, Can IM IIOS BROS. SPRINGS Park River Dial 23120 Light Weight Aluminum Potato Conveyors l-in, belt conveyors complete with built-in motor Weight Price 12 ft. 225 $580.00 14 ft. 243 620.00 16 ft. 255 660.00 ft. 273 765.00 ft. 291 805.00 ft: 310 845.00 ft. 328 885.00 10 days required for delivery T. F. Meagher & Son Pk River, N. D. Dial 22741 For Sale: Some used lumber in good condition. F.J. Thorson, City Phone 22572 * s23 For Rent: Furnished house for the winter. Mrs. Hettie Moffett, city * For Sale: House & Barn on NW Quarter of 24 Dundee twp. Nellie Hanson, Grafton 23s Wanted Buy: single row potato dig- ger in good condition. Also single or double row potato planter. Tom Quinn, Box 4 Wolford, N D * SEPTIC TANKS Pump & Also basement, water and sewer excavation Free Estimate Hag- en Construction Co. Perk River, Phone 36102 m6 tt EXCAVATING, Ready-built, 1,00e- gal concrete septic tank. Com- plete job, $325. Digging $60. Trenching 10c per tt of depth. 50c a it, 6 feet deep over 103 ft. ! D. A. Ramsey, city. Dial 36832. tt WATER WELLS, drilled and bored, 2 to 50 in. diameters. We Nil and Insta Myers water oystmL Dial Porter Well Co. Park River. N.D. tt Lost: Sept. 20 in P. R. Black billfold containing identification card etc. Important. Wallace Ondracek, Lahkin. s231 * For Sale: double bed, complete. Martin Neste, 3 blks west of hos- pital on Vivian street, city 30*s Wanted: responsible party to take over low monthly payments on spinet piano or will give liberal discount for cash. Can be seen in this vicinity. Write Credit Mgr., Box 1608, Fargo. o%3 piano bargains in your area. Very fine, small upright and sligthly used spinet. Bargain prices for quick sale. Terms to responsible parties. For full information write J M Wylie Piano Co. Box 1346, Fargo. eO " TRAVELING AGENT WAISTED Am desirous of establishing a traveling agent in the Perk River area. Have excellent set up with display in Grand Forks. MELROSE MEMORIAL CO. Markers and Monumen 320 2nd Av N. Grand Forks, N D o21 -4 DANCE Sat.Sept. 25 Lankin Legion Hall MUSIC BY Stan Rose SPONSORED BY BOSH.RYBA POST 157 AMERICAN LEG41ON llusiness - Professional Directory 0R. R. W. BALDWIN Dentist lark River Dial 22831 WES SAMSON l.lmmd and Bonded Electrical Conlractor Dial 46161 IVlRING, ALL XINDS DONE RIGHT Quaranteed Estimates DR. M. C. FLATEN DENTIST Phone I, call 2 Edlnburg, N. D. hR. j. v. JAEHNING Dentist oa, N.D. Pho Yg| over J. C. Penny'S - RIVER ELECTRIC 8 for Fsrm Ik Home Low  fl- emote, Llcamd & bondJd ]"  Sorm:mm. Prop. I1 z Pk mv. ROY A. NESTE Lawyer Dial 36781 Park River Drs. Gallowey & Otis Practice Linked to OptometryTho Science of Vision. J. K. GallowaT Vernon Otis Devibs Lake, N. D. Phone 854 _ . - -_- -_- -_-_-- ,'t,e  H. R. PlitingsrudM. D. Pkysictan and Surgeon Offloe Phone 1 ReL 141 Perk River. North Dakota NORTH SIDE GROCERY Grocerias k  Moats Hom L 'kln Prop. Oln week daY 8 a. n Sp. m. SundSystoSp. m. Park River Dial 2201 OVERBYE FUNERAL HOME FUWZL DIRECTOR8 Ambulame* kndeo and Mnm da 042 Nights 41 or 1961 WALSH COUNTY PRESS, PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA HOUSE FOR SALE in Dillonville addition. 2 bedrooms, fully mod- ern with car shecL Reasonably priced. Dial 22052. City. *$23 ! For envelopes, letterheads, state-[ ments, husiness forms, dodgers, printing of all kinds--- the PRESS Wind - Safe... Lightning- Safe Fire-Safe BUTLER Farm Buildings Be sure your stored crops, llve- stock and farm equipment are aafe from damaging losses. Pro- tcct them with a Buffer steel building, adaptable to any need on your farm. Bolted construction makes expansion easy, economical. And Butler buildings--with galvanized or aluminum hceta last a lifetime with little o no cost for upkeep. It will pay you to see us before you buildl STEEL BUILDINGS C0.J Authorized Butler 1 Bldgs Phone 22281 - :;VI;LIER, N.D. N PARK RIVER CITY TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT Park River, N. D., July 1, 1954 To the Honorable Mayor and City Council, City of Park River, N. D. Gentlemen: I submit below a statement of the City of Park River's business done through the Treasurer's office during the period from July tat, 1953, through June 30, 1954. The following statement is that of the City without the electric and water plant business. RECEIPTS cunth Beer and liquor licenses ........................ $ 6,700.00 Dog licenses  160.0 ................................. Moving, building and antenna permits .......... 25.00 6,835.00 CitY and Fire Haih 2% Insurance Tax .............................. 701.18 Hail Rent ...................................... 326.00 Refund Furnace Repair ........................ 5.00 1,032.18 Taxes, Bonds, Insurauc: Cigarette Tax .................................. 3,820.74 3,620.74 Assessors, Courts, Elections: Fines .......................................... 440.10 440.10 Police: Refunds (Telephone, etc.) ...................... 7.54 7.54 Slreets: Culverts sold ................................... 163.14 Rental of Patrol and Patrol work .............. 199.00 Patrol sold .................................... 800.00 Sewer 35.00 ........................................ Calcium sold ................................... 46.80 Spraying ...................................... 50.00 Other sales .................................... 8.50 1,302.44 Received from Walsh County: Taxes ........................................ 12,000.00 12,000.00 Balance First State Bank, Perk River, 7-1-'53 ........ 28,067.69 $53,355.69 DISBURSEMENTS Mayor, Auditor, Treasurer .......................... $ 1,231.79 Council ........................................... 735.72 City Hall ........................................... 4,083.44 Fire Department ................................... 1,242.51 Assessors, Courts, and Elections ..................... 819.80 Taxes, Insurance, Workmen's Compensation ........ 1,130.82 Postage ........................................... 22.38 Printing .......................................... 442.64 Police ............................................ 3,687.88 Sanitation and Health .............................. 0 Streets ............................................ 6,796.54 Library ........................................... 949.34 Band 710.66 ............................................. Recreation-Park .................................. 1,300.00 Capital Betterment-Sewer .......................... 112.27 Balance on hand--First State BankJune 30, 1954 __ 30,089.90 $53,355.69 PUBLIC LIBRARY RECEIPTS Balance on June 30, 1953 ............................ 585.18 Receipts from City (thru taxes) ..................... 949.34 Other-Misc ................................... ..___ 133.03 1,667.55 DISBURSEMENTS Warrants paid during the year ...................... 827.24 Balance on hand in Bank June 30th, 1954 ............ 840.31 1,667.55 Resptfully lmtted, G. S. Lerson. Treasurer MUNICIPAL UTILITIES FUND From July 1. 1953 through June 30, 1954 RECEIPTS Digging Permits .................................... $" 130.00 Gas sold ............................................ 1,044.87 232.50 Refund oil and gas .................................. 95.00 Light poles sold .................................... Refund supplies and labor--substation .............. 371.00 Misc ............................................... 1.00 Electric light and water receipts .................... 97.150.31 99,024.63 Balance on hand June 30, 1953 .................. 52,078.26 $151,162.94 DISBURSEMENTS Salaries ........................................... $ 21,810.18 Labor ............................................ 683.58 Stationery and office supplies ...................... 89.21 Printing .......................................... 55.00 Postage ........................................... 152.10 Gas, oil, car repairs ................................. 1,227.36 Fuel oil ...................... .- ..................... 22,761.44 Lubricating oil ..................................... 1,203.48 Engine repairs ...................................... 637.13 Material and supplies ............................... 7,494.88 Insurance, Workmen's Compensation ................ 1,049.59 Permit refunds ..................................... 235.00 Sales tax ........................................... 1,783.70 Miscellaneous ..................................... 417.44 Capital & Bettermentpower purchased ............ 5,206.08 Capital & Betterment--substation ................... 54,421.98 Capital & Betterment--light .................... ,___ 6,000.00 125,233.15 Balance on hand June 30, 1954 .................. 25,869.79 $151,102.94 Balance June 30, 1954 in Revenue Bonds of 1948 ..... $ 2,557.89 Balance June 30, 1954 in Meter Account ............ 861.70 Balance June 30, 1954 in Sanitation Fund ............ 3,749.82 Balance June 30, 1954 in Park District Balance June 30, 1954 in Sewer District No;3-Fund'_'-_ 3,607.501,829.93 Balance June 30, 1954 in Water District No. 3 Fund __ 1,979.58 Balance June 30, 1954 in Paving District No. 2 Fund. 7,398.15 Balance June 30, 1954 in.Paving District No. 1 Fund _ 2,081.54 Respectfully submitted, G. ,% Larson, Treasurer PAGE SEVE I Guests Sunday of McLean were the LOCAL NEWS Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. family of Grand Forks, The Ralph and Mrs. Kenneth Van Rueden Whaley family of Fordville, Mrs. D. were Mr, and Mrs. John L. Van t D. Gillespie and sons, Dan and Gor- Rueden, of Grand Forks, parents of don and daughter, Edna, and P. A. Mr. Van Rueden. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bode and Mr.  Guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Orstad and son,/Ruben Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Donnie, spent the week end. at Be-_ / L. V. Davenport and family of Se- midji with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver :r- / attle, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Law- ickson and withMrs. Bodes ch.il-]rence Erovick and family of Mil- aren .nen ana ooyce iAnaeu, WhO waukee. " n ' n f m ] . Win. Mrs. Daven art and are staying with the Erickso a - Mr. Erovick are sister and brother ily while attending school there, of Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Duncan Clark McLean SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Galt School District No. 39, Mrs. Stanley Kotaska, Lankin, N. Dak. Receipta In enral Fund (Am'ts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1, 1953, amd June 30, 1954) Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1953 ...... $15,992.68 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1953 ................ $15,992.68 Total amt rec'd during year from State apportionment 1,686.30 Total amount received during year from County tui- tion fund (County Share) ....................... 4,837.13 Total amoun received during year from County High School Equalization Fund (County Share) _ 831.19 Amount received during year from State Equalization Fund: H. S. Tuition ........................... $3,474.00 (State Share) County Tuition Fund for elementary payments ................... 1,048.87 (State Share) County H. S. Equal. fund _ 826.56 Total ............................................. 5,351.43 Amount received during year from taxes levied hy District School Board (General Fund) .......... 11,632.56 Amount received from other non-revenue receipts ._ 1,835.24 Total amount received by School Treasurer during the year ___ 26,173.85 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand .................................... $42,166.53 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for the Following P= Administration ................................ $ 297.17 Instructional Service ........................... 14,548.55 Auxiliary Agencies ............................ 1,811.56 Operation of Plant .............................. 2,656.26 Maintenance of Plant .......................... 189.72 Fixed Charges .................................. 1,077.97 Capital Outlay .................................. 3,163.07 Total Amount Paid During School Year by District Treasurer __ 23,542.30 Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1954, including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds .......................... $18,624.23 RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES IN SINKING & INTEREST FUND Receipts during year plus cash on hand July 1, 1953 ............ $ 2,235.31 Expenditures ............................................... _$ 1,212.50 Cash on hand in Sinking and Interest Fund as of June 30, 1954 ..$ 1,022.81 WARRANTS ISUED Warrants Issued. July 1, 1953 to June 30, 1954 .................. $23,728,78 GENERAL INFORMATION CONCERNING DEBT OF DISTRICT (As of June 30, 1954) Bonds Outstanding ................................ $ 8,000.00 Warrants Outstanding .............................. 287.14 Grand Total Debt ............................................ $ 8,267.14 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WALSH, sa: GALT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 39 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and bellef the within is s true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer. I-L J. NARLOCH, Treasurer of Gait School District No. 39 Subsribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July, 1954. Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour M.W. Vorachek SCHOOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Golden School District No. 97, Mrs. Helen Haas, Park River, N. Oak. Receipts in General Fund Amts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1, 1953, and June 30, 1954) ash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July I, 1953 __---.$ 618.74 rand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1953 ................ $ 618.74 Total amt rec'd during year from State apportionment 507.78 Amount received during year from Taxes levied by District School Board (General Fund) .......... 1,492.22 Total amount received by School Treasurer during the year ___ 2,000.00 Grand Total amount received by School District Treasurer including cash on hand .................................... $ 2,618.74 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Purpose: Administration ................................ $ 88.00 Auxiliary Agencies ............................ 935.14 Operation of Plant .............................. 18.36 Maintenance of Plant .......................... 2.00 Fixed Charges .................................. 70.00 Total Amount Paid During School Year by District Treasurer --- 1,111.50 Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1954, including Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds .......................... $ 1,507.24 WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July i, 1953 to June 30, 1954 ................ __$ 1,111.50 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WALSH, as.: GOLDEN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 97 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer. MRS. HELMER JOHNSON, Treasurer of Golden SchooI-'District No. 97 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of July 1954. Buy "Dakota Maid" Flour A.G. Strand -- SCHOL TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT For Vernon School District No. 53, Mrs. Maurice Borgeson/Park River, N. Dak. Rec4pts tn General Fund (Am'ts rec'd by School Dist. Treas. between July 1, 1953, and June 30, 1954) Cash in General Fund fin hands of District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1953 ...... $ 1,419.15 Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to General Fund as of July 1, 1953 ................ $ 1,419.15 Total amt rec'd during year from State apportionment 372.73 Total amount received during year from County Tui- tion fund (County Share) .............. -.--'7"- 1,074.92 Amount received during year from State Equalization Fund (State Share) County Tuition Fund for ele- mentary payments ...................... $ 233.08 Total ........................ irom" "Taxes- lev-iei- b y 233.08 Amount received during year District School Board (General Fund) .......... 4,281.38 Amount received from other Revenue Receipts ...... 330.14 Transferred from Special Reserve Fund ..... . ...... 2,159.09 Amount received from other non-revenue receipts __ 754.33 Total amount received by School Treasurer during the year ___ 9,205,67 Grand Total amount received hy School District Treasurer n hand .... cash o ............................... $10,624.82 including EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for the Following Purposom Administration ................................ $ 157.17 Instrnctional Service ........................... 2,391.81 Auxiliary Agencies ....................... 1,158.77 Operation of plant ....................... - .... 128.26 Maintenance of Plant ................... ------------ 2,596.64 Fixed Charges .................................. 164.75 Capital Outlay ....... -L-.-- - = %- .... .- ............. 2,701.95 Total Amount Paid During cnom ear by District Treasurer .__ 9,297.35 Cash on hand in General Fund as of June 30, 1954, Ineludin Cert. of Deposit and U. S. Bonds _e 13 -' 47 CASH BALANCES IN SPECIAL RESERVE-BUIL-D}NG:-RECA'I()N, BOND, CONSTRUCTION FUNDS Cash on hand in Building Fund as of June 30 1954 ............ $ 2159.09 WARRANTS IUED Warrants Issued, July l. 1953 to June 30, 1954 .................. $ 9,297.36 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WALSH, as.: VERNON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 53 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a 'true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer MRS. JOE LAAVEG, Treasurer of Vernon School District No. 53 Subscribed and sworn to belore me this 13th day of July 1954, Buy "Dakota Maid, Flour A: G. Strand -