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OF THE

JOINT COMMITTEE

OF THE

TWENTIETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE

STATE OF IOWA,

APPOINTED TO VISIT THE

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL

LOCATED AT

OEDAR FALLS.

PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

DES MOINES:
GEO. E. ROBERTS, STATE PRINTER.

!

REPORT.

To the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Repre

sentatives of the Twentieth General Assembly:

Your joint committee, appointed to visit the State Normal School at Cedar Falls, have performed that duty, and beg leave to report as follows:

We were cordially received by the Principal, J. C. Gilchrist, and other officials, and by them shown over the building and grounds, and accorded free access to the books and accounts and the departments of the Institution.

We made thorough examination of the educational and boarding departments, and found them in a gratifying condition.

Your committee find that while the funds have not been applied to the specific purposes for which they were appropriated, as will be seen in a subsequent part of this report, we are of the opinion that they have been wisely and economically expended.

Your committee would report that there was appropriated by the last General Assembly the sum of fifteen thousand five hundred dollars ($15,500) for the payment of teachers' salaries, that there was paid out for that purpose to June 30, 1883, the sum of fifteen thousand nine bundred and sixty-nine dollars and eighty-four ($15,969.84), being in excess of the appropriation four hundred and sixty-nine dollars and eighty-four cents.

Your committee would commend the Trustees and Steward for their economical management of the finances of the Institution, but find that they have incurred an indebtedness contrary to the provisions of chapter sixty-seven (67) of the acts of the Seventeenth General Assembly.

Your committee find that there has been the sum of six hundred

and twenty-eight dollars and five Ccents ($628.05) diverted from library and apparatus fund to building fund.

We also find that the receipts for musical tuition, about seven nundred dollars ($700) which should have been paid to teachers' fund, was also turned over to the building fund.

We herewith append a list of names of teachers employed and at what salaries:

J. C. Gilchrist, principal..
M. W. Bartlett, teacher.
D. S. Wright, teacher...
W. M. Hull, teacher....
Miss 8. L. Ensign, teacher.
Miss Ida B. McLagan, teacher.
Miss Anna E. McGovern, teacher.
Miss Maud Gilchrist, teacher.
Miss E. Miller, teacher....

.$ 1,800.00

1,400.00 1,250.00 1,200.00

850.00 850.00 750.00 750.00 750.00

J. C. Gilchrist has board for himself and family for which he pays, but has rooms, light and heat free. Miss S. L. Ensign pays for board, but has rooms with some furniture free. Miss Ida B. McLagan has room with some furniture free. Miss Anna E. McGovern has room and some furniture free. M. W. Bartlett, D. S. Wright and W. M. Hull board outside of the Institution, except to receive their dinner there when teaching, for which no charge is made. Miss E. Miller is the teacher of the model school and receives about two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) from the public school funds in part payment of salary.

We herewith give names of other employes, naming kind of labor performed and wages per month each: Wm. Pattee, steward, per month......

50.00 Mrs. Pattee, housekeeper, per month.

16.00 A. Marty, engineer, per month ...

50.00 Geo. Hart, teamster, per month

25.00 Geo. Flachenaker, janitor, per month .

25.00 Fred Daugherty, porter, per month.

20.00 Jennie Jones, cook, per month....

16.00 Jack Thompson, cook, per month...

12.00 Mary McNalley, cook, per month....

8.00 Mrs. Smalling, dining room, 24 days.

8.00 Hattie Pattee, dining room, 22 days

7.50 Annie Tillie Evans, cook, per month..

12.00 Anna Patterson, dining room, per month

10.00

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