Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 2, Number 1, January, 1992 Page: 29
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Home Games Tuesday and Friday Nights: Five Years of the Herder Truckers
Receipts and Disbursements
Weimar Recreation Commission
Cash on Hand, 1-1-49
Cash on Hand, 1-24-50
Lights & Water
Balls, Bats, & Supplies
Stadium & Sewer
Cash on Hand, 3-1-49
Cash Receipts from:
Sale of Equipment
Cigar, Cigarettes, etc. 442.11
Cash on Hand, 10-27-49 2798.22
LESS Transfer to Weimar
Recreation Commission 2500.00
Cash on Hand, 1-24-50 298.22
Net Profit on 1949 Operation 3040.78
December 31, 1949
1948 Added in 1949 Total
Lights 10676.83 10676.83
Stadium & Sewer 8170.27 3081.82 11252.09
Street 16.39 16.39
Fence 1803.61 1803.61
Concession Equipment 525.85 525.85
20 Careful readers will note that the figures given in this statement do not come close to adding up
correctly. Despite this obvious and fatal flaw, it has been included to give some idea of the concession reve-
nues. However, the figures must not be taken too literally. Some doubt must also be cast on the 1949 balance
sheet and the 1949 statement called Receipts and Disbursements, for both use figures derived on this Con-
cession Stand Income Statement.
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