The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 9
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Announce Engagement 0 | Vivian Fleming, (lay Seipold Miss Vivian Funeral Services Thursday for J. R. Simmonds Final rites for James Robert Simmonds were held in the Emerson » 1 f.,u llurch Tllurs <tey afternoon, attended by a large number of friends and relatives. The services were conducted by the pastor, Rev. Richard Person. Music for the services was furnish- bv M <; s - Lester UeBolt and Mrs. C i?*™* who were accompanied by Mrs. H. E. Greenwood. Morns Harbor, Ed Wallace, Robert Hancock, Ernest Houscr, San Garnet and Jack Niday served as pall bearers. Flowers were cared for by Mrs Gordon Hascall, Mrs. Ward thrapp. Mrs. Charles Lakin and Mrs. Art Darby. John Simpson and Gordon Enewold were ushers. The Rev. Mr. Person read the fol- Marie Fleming to A/3c Raymond K. i'owing life sketch: <WnnM has been announced bv the L James Robert Si Seipold ha? been announced by the Simmonds was born respective hr > ( l c '- s parents, Mr. and!J" nc 2 >< 1917 *o James William and frs. A. U. Fleming of Emerson. ! Ida Simmonds at Henderson. He at- Mr. Seipold is the son of Mr. and tc '!" C(I sc l'°ol at Henderson. He was { rs . Otl» Seipold of Emerson. | l '"", e , (1 '" mar ™»&c to June Springer The couple are 1958 graduates of 1°" March 10, 1938. To this union ten imersoii high school. The bride-to-be Us attending Commercial Extension iSchool of Commerce in Omaha. AA3c iScipold i? stationed at Syracuse, N.Y. N'o definite date has been set for the wedilinp. FATHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET NEXT WEDNESDAY Tickets arc on sale at the 3-D grocery and the bank for the Father- Daughter banquet to be held at the Nfethodist church Wednesday night, Feb. 4, There will be no tickets sold it the door. Mrs. Ross Sandquist and Mrs. iVayne Keith, room mothers, took wo birthday cakes to school Monday wning in honor of Miss Grace lixon's birthday anniversary. The PTA meeting has been post- oned until some time later due to ic tournament. children were born. He has spent his entire life in tin Henderson and Emerson area cxcep for a short time when he and his family lived in Colorado. Mr. Simmonds was a member ol the Methodist church of Henderson He served his country in the Navv during World War II. He passed away suddenly at his home near Emerson on Monday T 19, 1959. " J He was employed by the Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America as an auxiliary engineer at the time of his Douglas-Snodgrtm Vows Exchanged Mrs Laura Douglas of Glomvood, formerly of Emerson, and Ora L. Snodgrass of Council Bluffs were married Sunday, Jan. 25 at 4 p. m. in a candle light ceremony in the Epworth Methodist church with about «> guests present. The Rev. Crtrald" LaMotte performed the double ring ceremony. Miss Evelyn Marshall was the organist and Mrs. Robert Griffin sang Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." They were attended by Mrs. Dorothy Abels of Council Bluffs and Mr. Harold Gottwals of Omaha. The bride and Mrs. Abels were both dressed in blue jackets, dresses and white hats. Glen Confer Jr. and Jack E. Confer, both of Red Oak and nephews of the bride, were ushers. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Abels. Mrs. Morris Evans and Mrs. Glen Ashby of Red Oak poured at the serving table, which was overlaid with a hand crocheted table cloth and lighted pink tapers. The colors of pink and white were used through out in the bride's and her attendant's flowers and in the refreshments. Others assisting were Mrs. Ena weds Idaho Man Jan, 17 death. Mr. Simmonds was precteded AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE Delivered A Sprtad ALSO CRUSHED ROCK for Driveways PAUL O'CONNOR Phon*9SOW Sh.nando.h death by his parents. He is survived by his wife June of Emerson; his children, Ronnie, Saundra, Virginia, Roger, Linda, David, Mike, John. Rita -and Tommic all of Emerson; three brothers, Wayne of Hancock, Maurice of Lansing, Joe of Golden, Colo.; eight sisters, Mrs. Alta Forristall of Macedonia, Mrs. Ida Guyer of Hancock, Mrs. Jean Vendcngia and Mrs. Helen Colbourn of Denver, Mrs. Pauline Whitmirc, Mrs. Fern F.ilcrs, Mrs. Ora Mrsny and Mrs. I-cnora Jones all of Omaha; one aunt and two uncles and a number of cousins Ix-sidcs a great host of friends. The entire community will Mr. Simmonds in his passing. IJurial was in Farm Creek cemetery at Henderson with Mansfield's .Funeral Home in charge. Nelson, Mrs. Joe Wilcox and Mrs. Mabel Kier all of Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Willis W. Abels of Council Bluffs and Clifford Crouse of Omaha. Mrs. Snodgrass has been employed at the State School in Glcnwood. for some time. Mr. Snodgrass is a barber in Omaha. They will make their home in Council Bluffs. Guests attending were from Red Oak, Glenwood, Atlantic, Kansas City. Omaha and Council Bluffs. THE MALVERN LEADER M«tv*rn, Iowa Thursday, January W, FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR KNOP BABY Graveside services for Paul Dean Knop, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Knop, 221 Kelly Park Drive, Red Oak, were conducted by Rev. Paul Glahn Jan. 21 at 10 a. m. Paul Dean was born prematurely Jan. 19 and passed away early Tuesday morning. Burial was in East Liberty ccmc- ery. Survivors are his parents, Glen and Diana Knop, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knop of Emerson and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Walker of led Oak; and other relatives. Mansfield's Funeral Home was in charge of the services. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Greenwood of Emerson announce the marriage of their daughter, Janice, to Raymond Seal of Sun Valley, Ida. The marriage took place in the First Baptist Church of Elko, Ncv., Jan. J7 with the Rev, Odcgard officiating. «. i • i > ' " "' ••-•- .j"i'i«-* fii.v^t.s L i may in llic bride is a graduate of the i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hill Rainey Omaha Methodist School of Nursing 1 ' " ' and is now employed at the Sim Valley Hospital They will make their home in Sun Valley, where Mr. Seal Miss Jacqueline White who is in training at the Methodist hospital in Omaha, spent the week end here with home folk. Delaine Jones of DCS Moines spent the week end here in the home of his parents. The Christian Home Aid Society met with Mrs. Bertha Kellenbargcr Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Comstock of Crescent spent Monday afternoon in the home of Eva and Jim Boycr. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ingersoll spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Decker am! Mrs. Margie Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gravett nnd family were supper guests Friday in OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF MILLS COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Audltor their meeting In „.-, „ session as provided by law »lih Supervisors Evans. Lincoln, and McUrew present and acting. The Bonrd of Supervisors proceed- a new board for 1959 Evans, Chairman, and Lincoln, vice chairman. .P oa !£ of Supervisors deslg- r.i the Opinion-Tribune and the Malvern Leader as official news- r"ar 1959 Co ""ty, Iowa, for th? KKSOUTION Whereas. Chapter 453.1 of the 1950 m ni,°,',i 10Wrt ' P' ovlcllll K lor deposit Mo, P rt ! c = lullaSl r «n'"f3 Urn the o,rt = l e oard ot Supervisors shall by a res- uuion enured of record, approve iiini the place of deposit by the County Treasurer. County Axiditor VM).Y"^ He . c °raer. Clerk or the Dis-^ OUrt ' ?> ncl Shcrltt, of staw, lands ° r " nds on thelr Now. therefore, be it resolved by the Boaid of Supervisors of Mills tt ' ,L n "' gular "ewion M ini ' the County Treasurer Mills County. Iowa, snail deposit ! c °\" Uy Bllci other P» b "c reve- ei the amount at any time not exceed the amount specified, in <K i, ^ ~ BS approved to have the Board of Supervisors meet with any person Who turns In n domestic animal claim when there is anv doubt about the claim. The Auditor was appointed to notify the claimant, and give him a chance to appear before the Supervisors to clarify anv matters pertalnlnR to the claim. There being no further business to come before the Board of Supervisors at this time, they adjourn to meet again on the 6th day of January. S/HARRY EVANS. Chairman, Board of Supervisors Attest: S/AONES LIVENGOOD, Mills County Auditor Off.ce of Mills County Auditor Glenwood, Iowa January 6, 1959 On this nth day of January. 195;i the Board of Supervisors of Mills County, Iowa met pursuant to the adjournment of January a. 1959. with tmpemsors Evans, Lincoln, nnd Alc- t.rcw present and acting iho Bonid allowed the following claims: „ . GICNKHAI, ITM> G L. Ftckrl, P.M.. Postage _ $ 300 Ulemvoocl Water Dept., Serv- Iowa Cn s75o"oOO. tate Bfln "' G ' e »™>«- Stnte Bnnk, Mlncola, WOMEN'S CLUB TO MEET TUESDAY The Emerson Women's club meets Tuesday, Feb. 3, at the home of Mrs. L, C. Blank. Mrs. Ben Wilson will review the took, A Lucky Number. miss Jay Barns received a cut mi the ' head while coastim BEAUTIFUL SIMULATED Emerson Methodtet Church Rev. M. G. Ossman, Pastor Dtvight Shaw, S. S. Sufil. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship, 11:05 a. in. Family Night with basket dinner at 6:30 p. m. Rev. J. M. Stcffenson vill be with us. Also a film on our •ampins program of the Conference. Feb. 3. Training Session on every nembcr canvass at Riverton at 7:730 . in. Five persons are to go. Feb. 4. Father and Daughter ban- uet at the church at 6:30 p. m. Rev. oc Henry the speaker. Tickets, $1. Mrs. Clyde Patton. None of the MYF's will meet this week. is engaged in business. PEARLS beauty STOP SUPPLY LIMITED Sec your dealer today. You'll love this lovely necklace. of enjoying such a lus- lus your choice of other val- package of famous ISCO £** LAYING SLUMPS Kmerson First BaptlM Ctmrrh nick Person, 1'nntor Krtwnril Greenwood, Supl. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. This is communion Sunday. Our meditation will be "The Lord "of His Table." Annual business mi-cling, > p. in. .- will be an all church family l>ot hick dinner at the church Sunday followed by the Annual Business Meeting of the Church. Bible Study Hour, 7:30 p. m. <>ur Study will be from John 11. \\edncsday, 7:30 p. m. Join our in our J'lYF, Wednesday, 8 p. m. Senior Choir Practice. First Aid Class Started Jan. 22 at Emerson There is still time to juin ii|i for the first aid classes hejd each Thursday night at the Legion hall from 7:30 to 9:30. The first meeting was held Thursday night, Jan. 22, and they will continue for five weeks.. The ladies are to wear slacks. Those going are asked to take a •40 inch triangular bandage and two bandages four inches wide and 36 inches long-, a tablet, a pencil and a blanket. Boy Scouts are also attending the meetings. at Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Heber Hillyer went to Glcnwood Sunday to attend the dinner for Fred Bishop at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Aha Hathaway. There were over 40 present and Mr. Bishop received around 40 birthday cards. He came home with Mr. and Mrs. Hillyer. Mr. and Mrs. James Bell with their son Wray and family of Maryville, Mo. were Sunday dinner guests in the home of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Severe and son at Pattensburg, Mo. Sam Winters is going to work for Joe Allen on the farm. The Winters family will move to the house v.cst rjf the Sherman Allen home later on nftcr some work has been done on the house. Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Red guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. tone Schick and Blainc. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Baucom and daughters were uests in the afternoon. The Past Matrons served a turkey DUE TO BLUE COMB. COLDS, STRESS, .te. Put the new, powerful Anti- r,™'5,, an ^ Vitamin formula, VITA-ZIP in the drinking water! See for yourself how your birds will swing back into healthy, nigh-producing layers almost overnight. No troublespme feed mixing ... no changing present feed . . . just add to tht drinking water. Vita-lip POULTRY BOOSTER WATER. BROWN FEED STORE HENDERSON, IOWA ln our recent ad in The Leader we meant f hat all accounts NOW are — Insured up to $ 10,000 ~ and not just to $10,00.00 - as a typo Graphical error in the ad indicated. So we want to assure our readers that the $10,000.00 figure is right. And also to welcome them again to our new office quarters first door north of our old. Wills County Savings & Loon Assn. L - A. Hollin 8 ihe«d, Prtj. g. N, Ma xwt n, Vie* frts. I C. D. Aistrop*, Stc'y-Treas. ! Clyd, Rho*dts, Alb*rt Barren, A. F. SUndiford, W«rd A. DoYourtfl, Directors Jolinion liail charge of th« entertainment at tlie last American iii.n meeting, lie t-H.k tlie men up Horace (ireemvooil'* home to see lii> rock rollertioi). Ca|it. and Mr>. Jack anil -imi of Lincoln, \i-lir. called in tlie home of Mr. and .\frs. 1C. K. Ilird^all Sunday. Mr. and Mr>. Roy Tittsuorth were dinner ^;ue^t•. l-'riday in the home of Mrs. lierlh.-i Kelletiliarger. Mr. .iiid Mr.-,. Clyde Gravett visited in tlie home of Mrs. Gravetl's mother, Mrs. Hugh McSwcency, at JfcnderMHi Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth .Straight and (.laughter of Maryville, Mo. spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Straight and w i t h Mrs. Straight's |iareiits at Kcil Oak. I Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Blank were in ' family Ik^ Mi lines Tue-sday and Wediu^day Mr. and Mrs. Verlyu Maj-bcrry and children and Mr. and Mrs. Glcuti Mayherry and sous of Council Bluffs were Sunday dinner Kuests iu the home of Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Waterworth and Jim. Mrs. Carol \Vatcr- j worth am! Dchra of Red Oak were >tKsts in the afternoon. Linda U'aleruorth of Grant City, i -Nfo. spent from Friday until \\'ed- ' nesday here with her Krandparenls, Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. \Vaterworth. Her father, Doyle Watcrworth, won a free airplane trip to Waterloo in his work and he and Mrv Waterworth \\ere on tliis trip. Mr. and Mr-.. Leo Straight of Omaha were jrucst-. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Straifibt. Mrs. •Straight remained until Tuesday to visit her parents at Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. .ManVu Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Hud Miner and family were Sunday dinner miesls in the home of Mr. and Mi>. Frank Porter. Mr. and Mrs. F.sU-1 Darljy visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Huntsman Friday evening. Billy Moore underwent surgery at :hc Veterans lio-pital in Omaha Monlay. Miss IV.irl I-, McLain visited Mrs I'danch Uainl in Ked Oak Monday Her daughter, Mr-. Je.«ie Cardiff, is Kent Schick and Oak were dinner First State S50.000. State Savings Iowa. $125,000. Bnnk, Tnbor, Iowa, Bank. Henderson. Malvern Trust and Savings Bank, Malvern, Iowa, $175,000 Be It further resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Mills County, Mm"' that the County officials of Mills County, Iowa, shall deposit state, county and other funds In the hands of the public revenue, In an amount at no time to exceed the following: Mills County Auditor, State Bank, $10,000.00. State Bnnk. $5.00000 Mills County Sheriff. Stnte Bank, $10,00000 Olcnwooil Olenwood Olenwood Pnirott ,t Sons Co.." 'supplies __ 29.10 C U. Morgnn, Express Ill 3.00 Collins Drue DniRR ' 7700 Fkllnr A Chambers Co.. ¥up: piles , 12790 Mis M. E anrgtis,"""care"&" keep finnn Morton Nursing HorneT'cnre « keep _ _ 147O9 Di. JoreiiKon, Mod. nfci'"!" Ur. John Kline, Mercy Hospital. Mrs. 'John Nietert, ----- 90.00 Med. aid ___ 7 50 Hospltaliza- tion BCM Tele. Col, Rent ___ 50.00 94.25 Service 22.00 . , _. lvc ^. uu Our Market, Groceries ... 19500 Safewny Stores, Groceries .. 2700 T. E Shonka, M.D., Med. aid 2000 Dr. John Treynor, Med. aid 31 00 t:ot itr KXPKNSE FI"NT) ' °ch Brothers, Supplies . 27 2O Parrott & Sons, Sup- , ?,'! rl 5, ° f ,. D i s ' r ' c L Court. Glenwood State Bank, $10,000.00. the resolution the members of the Board of Supervisors voted as follows: McOrew, nye; Lincoln, aye; Evans, aye; The Chairman declared the resolution carried. .iJi e .i OBrd . of Supervisors, In consideration of the needy, hereby directs the County Auditor to pay out ?' th< ; Poor Fund the following amount; »1.00 per week cash nld to Albert Roenfeldt for care of M. Roen- The Mills County Bonrd of Super- v-lRors appropriated the budget for 1959 ns published. ,^ The , , BoBrd o f Supervisors named the following persons to serve as members of the Board of Social Welfare for the year 1959: Edith Estes, democrat; w. E. Agan, republican, and Harry Evans, republican. Mr £??.."_ 2 RS nppointed chairman and Edith Estes. secretary. The Board of Supervisors appointed s. C. Lincoln as superintendent ' " for md Eastern Star hall honoring the Past Patrons and a few guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Titlsworlli were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Schick iu the Red O:ilc vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. John Clarke and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kugcnc Lang and family were dinner guests lay in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Lamr honoring the liirlhd.iv The Board of Supervisors approved the following salaries for the year 1969: Engineer, $7250.00 annually; Assistant Engineer. $4076.00 annually; Paul HUson, rodman, $4380.00 annually; Wlnnlfred Johnson, clerk n Engineer's office. $276.68 month- iX. ;nLouls F - JenB - Jr - deputy sheriff, $293.96 monthly: Penrle E Barnes, deputy auditor. $276 68 month! Shirley Bruce, depu monthly; Feme J tit-usurer, $276.68 ' ly; .68 $276.68 Widows, deputy monthly; Anna _. % i t '•—•—- — — •••uiai.iiij, milltl Pearl Lriek. deputy treasurer, J27G 08 M. anniversary of ^fr. Lang and daughter. Mr-. I'laike. Champion Hill Presbyterian Church Rvbcrt Radtkc, Pastor Clfnn Cooper. S S. Stiff. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship Service, 11 a. in. YOUIIK people's service, 2 ;,10. KveniiiH Service, 7.-.30. General assembly dues uf $1.(X) for each nicinber are ;hie and payable tu Miss Pearl McLain. monthly; c " k < f Lorraine Strnnd. deputy courts. $276.08 monthly , _ _^_- _„, v « lu.uu illicit in l > ;°jce Crnlg, clerk in sheriffs office $259.38 monthly; Ruth Parks, deput recorder. $276.68 monthly: Wilm Klin!, secretary to cotintv" iittnrnin. Carl J. COl'NTV HC'lloni"" Eliot Thomas, Commission' on fines ,. SKroNnAtt~Y~K~OA~ll~Ki\NI AC rti Auto Parts, Repairs rid ar & Chambers Co.. Sup- 1.75 13.34 Water pt., "s'e'rv- Gravel qn 70 ,•„{ « to cciuntv attornej $140000 annually; Lost «' Lou Wise dcTk in treasurer'!! office, $25(1 3 monthly Albert Batten, custodial of Courthouse, $21500 monthly, ens odian of Relief Office. $20.00 month- isosn Stot " !l M, or Armor y »'«l bailiff *S>.50 monthly. Extra help Is to be paid $1.00 per hour. ThP following schedule was set uj for the Road Department lUfUii.Y woitKivt; sciiinui: 0 lionr days for Dfeember, January and Ki-brimry 10 hour days 'for March through November. h 5} day week 12:00 noon. Saturduy caring h Swegi-l of ( nry- einl iii the home Mr. anil Mrs. li.-n don s|>ent the week of their daughter, Mrs. Arnold F.v ans and family. -Mrs. Kenneth ( oy entered the Im- niatmcl hospital Sunday and on Monday underwent surgery. Mr. and Mr>. K,,l, tlt Kvans and ol l.);m-ii|>urt .>i«:iit tin- week ol last week attending the State Veterinarian meeting. Mis. Knitn.i \<K.-| oi Stanton i.s j;,,. in.i,' ID move into the apartment upstairs on the norlli in the (m-ciiuoud apartment house. She is Mayor Max Green's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Mil,, Schkk u f ihe. Red Oak vicinity spent Mi-nday night here with .\fr. and Mrs. Roy TitU- iu the Schick hume Mr. and Mrs. Tittsworth left Tuesday their home at Broadview, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hascall, Misses Grace and Leona Dixon and Mrs. t'larence White attend- Mr. ani ed the Mineral of J. M. McGreer, father of Mr.-,. White, held Monday afternoon at the Pcrryman-N'elsou cliapel in Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott and J c f. fery of Malveni were guests Friday night in the home of Mr. and Mr». I^inc Morse and Kevin. Mr. and Mrs- Don Sowers had a birthday supper Siaiday for Mrs. Glenn Sowers. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sowers and Fred and Mra. Kd Elkins and Gory, Don Thorscn, sou of J. A. Thorsou and Miss Rachael Ann Bristovv, will bi end here with Mr. and Mrs. Evans and otbers. I.I. anil Mr-. Jen \ l.aliin and son raiiir ThurMlay irom Brookiille, i Kan. fur a visit with Mrs. B. K. Bridge ami others until Sunday afternoon. They ami Mrs. {Jridgc were Sunday dinner i.'iierts in the home .if Mr. and Mrs. I'ut LaHin in Red Oak after attending eluirtb in Red Oak. Friday night guests in the home of Mrs. B. R. Bridge ueiv Lt. and .Mrs. enn Co,.per attended the Presbytery meetiny in Sheiiandojih Tuesday. Mr. and .Mrs. Dale Shelley, Jim and Gary ucnt to the airport in Omaha Snsday noon ubere they met their son and brother Bub from Casper. \V.Vd. They were all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. |. F. Shplley in F,n- er.son. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Kastwood attended a church supper at the Hawthorne church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mr». Harvey Bullinjaou and son of Red Oak were Sunday din- K-r L'liests of Mr. and Mrs. I.. ('. Bn|- County employees with one year continuous service are to receive one week vacation with pay us scheduled by the County Engineer. Employees with one year continuous service ure to receive two weeks sick leave a year. Time off for vit- eution and sick leuvi- time- ure not to be accumulative. Road Paper Calmen'soh" ~ Co"" Be"' pairs ' 15BBn Fred Picker, Repalre Ii:::;" 2752 8 - W. Telephone Exchange, CJcrvice o 1 \ fJntr tl/»*~l. f /-,_ m " *. I O nc. uas & repairs 48 4o MOWK ° st ? re j Repairs 3.00 R. BTRfSfeiftS' K* Roy Robinson, Labor 30681 Ar^i'i l Chamberlain. La'bof": 303163 nrgii Bacon, Labor ai7 HR £"," ??, yce ' Lnbor —-'-".'".'. 306flO Dale Allensworth, Labor 304 IT Roy Danley, Labor 26112 C. L. Mayberry, Labor " """ 357 i*. Gerald Budd. Labor ..".'."' 29540 Clyde Dlckersbach. Labor & mileage -mon a^ffiml^ Labour: 1^1 S&KK »? 5r , ryLa ^ or iL ? | H. D. Lawrence. Labor . 347rs Louis Jens, Jr Lobor ~~~ 28254 Don Hanklns. Labor 28404 Wayne Hnrdman, Lnbor " 3254'! •'ohn Eaton, Labor . "" anaJf! Emmet DeJavnn. Labor"!;::;; 270 Ki Lester Roberts, Labor . -<u.i» Leslrr Severn, Lnbor Carroll Perkins. Labor VlrKtl Decker. Labor Howard Curry, Labor "" Fred Johnson, Labor A: mile- 159.4<i 17.1 .fl-i 15U.M 140.41 150.77 1H:1 ft I 151 :n 341.4t. :)1747 a75BU ^73.2U a09J2 1B8.BI! 140. 02 Marlon Wllliclm, Labor Halph Jobo. Lal.ur W. A Ue-nscoter, l.iibor Uarrell Muyberry, Labor Win. K. Jackson. Labor A. IJ. Klemlni;. Labor Hussoil PlemiiiK. Labor Arthur Wux, Labor ( J.i:.AKIN<; ,v (i It I Ml Hus.sell KlftnliiK. Lnbor 1B1 10 Lester Roberts. Labor - H2 Hi Lester Severn. Labor It'ivt Carroll 1'crkins, Labor " "" 144 in Virgil pecker, Labor ...;.:;;; lao'.'ll bor . 135 18 & mile- i 'i'l ij 1 * Uurlon Wllhelm. Labor rtij''!» Arthur Wax, Labor 13010 The following were approved by he board at this time: Quarterly reports of Allies Llvcn- nood, Mllls^Co. Auditor: I L. Donner Ernest Tlmmermun. , ilowurd Curry, La Fred Johnson. d employees art- to be paid for Clerk of Court; fallowing legal holidays' New Justice of Peace; Years. Memorial Day, July 4th, Lutur , Official bomis of Feme Widows Duy. Vt-teruns Day. thmiksglvlug, and """" " ~ ' ' Christmas. per hour Jerry Kan., l.aflin and s'-n Mr. ami Mr^. i o daunbti-rs. Mr. an,) Mr-. K'-a . • f Brookville, leorge Munro and Mrs. Pat Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tittsworth were suplier «uc~t> Friday in the honic .,i Mr. and .Mr s . Job;]" V. Parker. Mr. and Mr:.. Kugene Dutcher liave noved into the Cecil Jenkins prop- vrty in the northeast part of town. Mr. Dutcher ia employed with the :elephone company here. A. F. Smith received a broken nkle in a fall on the ice near the .-akin building north <. i the post 01- ice the past week. It i, in a ca;,t. Ine liunc is bruken ju.-t above the ankle- Mr. uj.u Mr^. M. 1.). Lajig enter- three tails of canasta" Thur.^- lingtun. ^f|-. and Mrs. I)i-an Mcl.ain drove » Gmhrie Center Thursday \\IKTI- hey met their daughter Jeanne. (,i l tdar 1-all.i ami i.rouybt her iinint- ur a k-w <la\^ vacation. Mrs.. Max liullington \\i-nt tn a •hi!, meeting at the l.uine of Mr-. \au)).,ni! Mitchell \\Vdnt><!;;;. ai'ter- I' Hill. Mi>. Harold Cu..|.er \iaite.l her aunt and uncle, Mr. u n .| Mrs. (Krai- l-'recniai) i;i Slkii.-i.'id.j.ih Irida'.- afternoon ul Mrs. Donald (Jriffin and M Mr. Afacdoel, Calif, visited Mr. A. J. Griffin \\Vilnesil.n. Mrs. F. M. Parker! Mr-. Shelley and Mrs. Harold l"o,,per \vere guests of Mrs- D.m.-ild Davis Mmidav ltn Jordan Mr. and Mrs. family are planning to tu Ari- zotia in March. Mr. and Mrs. HaroM i.'.x.per ami lainily and Miss Florence Cooper were Sunday dinner f-uests of }»fr. and Mrs. Glenn Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shelley, Bob, ry and Jim were supper gu«ti of Mr. and Mr-. I.. C. BuIlinatLn Jay. united « marriage this Saturday ^ lcu wte ^ 01 car.a.ta j hurs- • \ • u ' I at lhC Bal>l ' St U^ynitiht hutioriiiK Mr. ..nd Mr- R,, v cnurcli in Ptco,, lex. jTittsu.-r.rth Mrs. Arthur Ellis bu.-, Lten •• •'•- ' side list since Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark ai,.J Saui Taylor ha> rented Mrs. Bes- wtfe^Suniy"^^''^^""^^^ i Doughs .arms. honle o{ Mr ^ ^ Frank Mr=. Klbndge Shook and Mrs. yers. | Earl Graliam prepared and served the ; Mts. <;,...,,,-c („„,.., , aug j u ,..i,.. , tried chicken supper on '• Monday aiter.K.uii i., r Mi« " Dixon. Hi..! fucsday Grace DR. J. A. KLINE Osteop*thic Physician Office Hours: 9:00 to 11:30 a. m. •nd I to 5 p. m. Wednesdays 9 to 11 «. m. Other hours by appointment. 420 First Avenue Phones: Office 2331 House 4*61 \VA«JI: sc.\i.r General Foreman. II 75 pel Dirt Foreman. $1 65 per hour Bridge Foreman. 11.65 per hour Bridge Crew, »l,45 per hour Jruck Driver (bridge crewi $1 50 per hour. Dump Truck Operator. $1 45 per hour. Mechanics. 4371.50 per month Dozer und Scoop Operators. $1.55 Druglln'e tlarsei. $1.65 per hour. Dragline (snialli. 6155 per hour Patrol Operators. II SO per hour Common Labor. *1 25 per hour Culvert Foreman. $1.50 per hour The Board of Supervisors approved u resolution setting $300.00 us tin- limit on purchases made by th- County Engineer unless the order is .-iK'iicd by two ini-inbirs of the Board of supervisors Tilt- Board uf Supervisors upurovi-d 11 icsolutinn r«(uinni: nil County Oliielals to t;t-t Iht- approval of On Bnard uf SuptrviMjrs before purehii.-.- mi.' any lurnituie or fixtures for tin- various offices KI-:SOM no\ A resolution uus passed bv !l)r Board of Supervisors that the County Auditor, be. and is her>. bv iiui.'r-r- i/-t-d to i.-.sue warruhts when snul Board i s not in .session lor the fol- IOWIHH nami-d purposes: Freight, express, pubtjge. t;a.s, water, lights, '••letjhone. extra hc-lu and court reporting. All other cl.-ilnis rJald when tht Board is not in regular sesslou uiust be signed by two'members of tin- Board ol Supervisors The above resolution was Introduced by McGrew and seconded by Lincoln. Motion carried Deputy Treasurer; Lorraine Strand Dfputy Clerk of Court; F M. Robln- NOII. Treasurer; Troy Rhndv. Eniii- ncer; Harry Markel, Assessor; Ruth Parks. Deputy Recorder; Glen Mc- lii-e, Co. Attorney, Anna Pearl Lleck, Deputy Treasurer; Louis Jena. Jr. Deputy Shu-riff; Amy Hammers. Co buperlntendent; Elnoru Grrfiiwcxxl Recorder; Ward A DeYouna Coroner; Edwin L. Barkus. Sheriff- I L. Donner. Clerk of Court; s C Lincoln. Sr.. Supervisor; Harry Evans Supervisor; D. N. McGrew'. Supervisor; Allies 1-lvi-nnoixl. Auditor Pcnrle K. Barnes, Driiutv Auditor Shirley Bruce. Dt-mitv Audicor; E W Kiilfht. SoMlei-s Relief Comm • Ouallflentlons of John Stefford Mills Co. Extension Coumilman ' «lso. Waltr-r G. Stille. Marilyn Mc- rrnrv. Dale K Lincoln. Haloid Smith Mrs Max E Dushner. Mcdaln' Bej-.nrt of Mills County A^rlcul- lu-nl Extension Education fund. There- beint' no further biiMiu-ss to i -nine before the Bnarti .-it tins tlmi 'hcv iidlourn t., meet ;.i.-:i;n on the •4th d.iy of Febrti.irv I'tVl s HARRY EVANS. Chairman. Bu.inl < f .Sune-vlsors Atteft .- A'JN'K^ ! IVEVGOOf). . Nlills CnlJD'V AlXlllor Well Boring & Drilling Prompt, Dependable Service New Equipment FRED G. HENRY, OaUUnd, U. Cell Collect 389-W Prompt Courteous Tank Wagon Service Goy Oil Co. Phone 4111 Malvern

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