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September 15, 1960

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PI0 IEERo MEDORA0 N. DAL 5. Amount received during year i from taxes levied by District School' and estate of James Ew~)n- iuk, an incompetent per- Board ~General Fund) 19~&54 son. 6. Amount received during year ' ,from other Revenue Receipts ~ (Sept. 8-15) 223.11 10. Amount received from other STATEMENT OF TBEASURBR'S non-revenue Receipts 833.83 ANN~h RE~ORT FOR B. Total Amount received by PUBLICATION School Treasurer during year (Total Receipts in General Fund of items 1 to 10 inclusive) (Amounts received by school Dis- 4885.71 trict Treasurer between July 1, 1959, and June 30, 1960) C. Grand Total amount received] A. Cash in General Fund (in hands ingby SchOOlcash onDiStriCthand Treasurer(Item AIIIinclUd'and of District Treasurer) July 1, 1959".8,58,53 Item B) 7704.35 AIII. Grand total cash on hand ~XPENDITURES OF GENERAL ~ and money credited to General Fund ~i~}i~:,!~:. Amounts Pald During for th" (Total of items A. AI. All.)as of Following Purpo~: ' July l, 1959 853.85 MY COWS AR E LAZY, TOO but my i. Administration 219.46 1. Total amount received during i range gets even grazing since the ~ Instructional Service 3171.43 year from apportionment of State ;2::i:!:i:3. Other Services 1114.11 Tuition 86.48 }:.:iii! GREAT PLAINS CONSERVATION PROGRAM 14.Ol#eration of Plant 279.00 fJm Amount received during year .i:~:~:}"5. Maintenance of Plant 101.66 taxes levied by District School helped me get :.:.:+:.:.:.:.:,:.:,:*:,:.:.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: water in the / iii i i }ii ii}ii!i!iiiiii}!i! right places! ili}!ii::!il}il)il}i)iiiii}iii}ili -.v.v.- : .:.:,:,:.:.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :;;:::::::::::::: . ".'. :i:!:i:i:i:i:!:i:i:!:i:i:!:! ::: :::::::: ====================================== A tribute to load servers The food may be excellent, the atmosphere restful and pleasant but it s the smile that counts! Be- cause a smile is a symbol of the courtesy and service that help bring back the customers time after time. i~i Fixed Charges 163.66 Board (General Fund) 991.31] I0. Amount received from other Capital Outlay 243.55 nonrevenue receipts LU 2143.24 Selling North Dakota with a smile-and with en. thusiasra, knowledge and understanding-is an ira. portant part-of the job that every food caterer under- takes when he encourages tourists tobe his .guests. He knows that first impressions are ohen lasting ira. presdons. within is a true and correct report A. Cash in General Fund (in hands of all money received and paid out o~ District Treasurer) July 1. 1959. 8330.06 by me as School Treasurer AIII, Grand Total cash on hand and[ Jo~n Gerbig money credited to General Fundi Treasurer of German School Dist- (Total of items A. AI. AII) as of July rict No. 9. 1, 19,5@ 8330.06 1. Total amount received during Subscribed and sworn to before me year from Apportionment of State l this 12th ~ of July, 1960. Tuition : ~2~.49 :l~etrlce L. Thomas, Co. Supt. 2. Total amount received during year from county Equalization-fund (county share) 2610,87 3. Amount received during year from Stota Equalization Fund: a. (State Shar~0~County Eclualiz~tion Fund: 314.~13 Total of a and b 314.13 5. Amount received during year from taxes levied by District School ~Board (General Fund,) ~@.94 8. Amount received d~ring year from other Revenue lq~ecei1~ts 543~/ 10. Amotmt received from other non-revenue ~l~ta 20.00 B. Total Amount received by School Treasurer during, year (Total of items 1 to 10 Inclusive) 66'/1,70 C. Grand Total amount received by School District Treesurer includ- ing cash on hand (Item AIII and Item B) 15,001.76 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for tho 1F.ollowtng l~m"l~: Administration 524:18 2. Instructional Service 7,025.97 3. Other Services 11b~,I3 4. Operation of Plant ~7.12 5. Maintenanee of Plant 16@.20 6 Fixed Cha~es 7~.50 7, Capital Outlay 823.66 School Total Amount Paid During Year by District Tre~urer ~1AS0.74 E, Cash on hand In General Fund of June 30, 1960 (Item G. Treas. eport), including Cert. Ot Deposit and U. S, Bonds 3842.02 wool Ga~ashiel. Plaid. Sizes 5-17, 6+18. ]VIade with AR~O Car(st. CASH BALANCES IN SPECIAL RE- SERVE, BUILDING, RECREATION, BOND, OON~'RUC'TION, I~C~v-I Dickinson, N. Dak. Miles City, Mont. Complete Auction Service to Handle all Types of sales. When you are selling your life earnings, your farm or other real estate, accumulated machinery or livestock, take advantage of Competent, experienced salesmen. The answer to quick, efficient selling is a mod- ern, open competitive, well advertised auction. The following auctioneers with a broad field of experience in the auction business will be at your service. 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