The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 23, 1933 · Page 9
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 9

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1933
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HASTINGS _f»-|iWBMt vwm w®mm t wt& MARCH m* tm PACt SEVEN f«# A Stfpftt* p*fty Wtt given Saturday aft«*n*OB **.&» t). ft. KfQWtfil fitfSro *v CoTCOTBLO Tflf&lT son, MAfoM'S, tfefrtetnth Wrtfc- day. the aftetfrffs/n w» sjsent tn playing gafte* «ft* vftfting, kite* which detlefottS *tffe«h»Wlte of fruit atlttl, cookie*, cw»a, and popcorn were s«fte*. Thote" pte*- ent were: Wffffiin and Warren Crawford, Kieth gfeawi fronaid and Catl JohMon, Attan Christy, and Jimmy Paf*er. Ait departed wishing fcttt fiHtnf me*? «"**birthday*. _ m ,.^ m "The Sweet rataJly" WftiWett The ladies play entitled "the gweet Fatally/* *** Uteft Friday evening at th«,M. B. «httfcn. The play consisted of Ma fiweet, Mr». Ben Haroff and her seven dangh- ters, Evelyn dtawtofd* fried* Fellows, AlU Halt, Mm. Jess Phelps, Mrs. Pred Lookablll, Mm. Myrtle Rockateilow, and Bthetyn Crawford, tills program was Very amusing and Wai received with close attention and laughter by the large audience present. Mrs. Hayden Clark and daughter, Lorraine, and Mm. Ira Hutchings and son, Samuel, of Malvern autoed to Omaha Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Moore entertained a number of friends at a card party H3aturday evening at their home. Ail departed at a late hour and report an enjoyable i evening. Geo. Plckerill who has been ill I the past week was able to walk to town Friday and is feeling | much better. Miss Regina Lookablll of Oma- I ha spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Look- lablll. Mrs. Edgar Christy was an [Omaha visitor Friday and Batur|day. Mr. and Mrs, Howery and children of Shenandoah visited Sat- jttrday and Sunday in the Ralph IHanscom home. , Mr. and Mrs. Everett Davis of 3maha visited Saturday evening the home of Mr. and Mrs. ftlph Hanscom. -Mr. and Mrs. J. H, McGilvary ind Mr. and Mw, Frank Inman «fte« of Hattffrg* hM }«l ««***« a ttibjfc* «tfl, ISI tm f& 8*pth. on j-ohn Plttinb's W» *£ja»W fcHn, Mr. fftte* we- 6*e«e« In getting ptSHy at %atef » th* »ecot,d well, attef foftffrf tfc* *fst o*ft of «te f«%t deptfc. . Mr. Plamb has had a tubtrtar *«*! *af fertr-efte yeaf» but re* esMty H has been 'giving hft» trouble BO he bad another put down. League V«tf»er Services THE DEPOSITORS. CREDI- II TORS AMD ALL PERSONS " INTERESTED IN THE MATTER OP .TOE - IlEOEIVER- |F SHIP OP THE BOTNA VAI* LEY STATE BANK, HASTINGS, IOWA. ' ffre fepKrorth Leagues Iro* femerson and Hastings held re* pet services in the Hastings M. B. church Sunday afternoon, the program started at 3 o'clock. A few minutes were taken to get acquainted and p«p songs were sung, then the groups were divided, four at a table, and Jigsaw puzzles were worked. At 4'.80 we were favored by a special number by the orchestra and then a talk by John Horsley of Simpson college and a duet by Helen Kellenbarger and Billy Rlpley of Emerson. After the pro* gram a lunch consisting of fruit salad, cocoa, and sandwiches, was served followed by a talk on Institute by Mr. Horstey. A good crowd attended considering the bad weather. Regular League service will be held next Sunday evening from 8i30 until 7:30 o'clock. Our pastor, Rev. L. E. Rlpley, is hold* ing a revival meeting in Nebraska and will not be here, so Mrs. Rlpley will have charge of stere- optican services at regular church time from 7:30 'until 8:30. Everyone is invited to attend. HSf UBBftY ffce Scrfptftr* re*«ttg trMfl t of the fto*th is t CoffatW- an». AH who are Interested In tire SWWa? school wlfl wtftt to *O« tire county Sunday school conten- at Glenwood Baptist chttffth at 0 o'eieclt in the ttf and there will be ait after* neon and evening svsttott. SHng your food for a pot lock dinner at noon and enough for the eve* niftg if yon can stay. Please keep in teind the Stewardship rally in Maltern on f nes- Miss Margaret Adkins of Loveland, Colo .is a guest in the home of her uncle, Will Young. Lynn Mason was over from Red',Oak Sunday to see his grandmother, Mrs. L. K. Mason. Wllmot Bowman came over from Montgomery county Sunday for a few days visit here. Mrs. C, A. Woods and mother, MM. W. Clark, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Will Clark, and Mrs.' Bert Cully, were Qlenwood visitors Saturday, You and each of you are here- I by notified that there is now on [file in the office of the Clerk of I the District Court of Mills Coun- Ity, at Glen wood, Iowa, a detailed I Report on the Classification, Correction, Allowance and Rejection pf Claims, preferences, and Off» sets, and that on, the 'ifth day of Ularch, 1933, an Order was made by the Hon. Earl Peters, Judge of the District Court, fWajt the 85th day of March, l»38, at 10 o'clock IB. m., at the Court House at Slenwood, Jowa,' as the tinje and ace of Hearing on" application of the Receiver Jo approve said I Report as filed *B« allow,'the Claims, Prefereftees and Offsets W therein reported, a»d yo« are Wrtber notifisa tb»t unless ypu fppear and fhei? wwi If there fre any, why, sai^: Report should Bot -be approved % ftn4;|b» fiJawJ* flcatton of Cl8UBi 4 f8tsWis|sea »a herein repom,«» m ,Qr4<fF ; Ot ttw Court w jjj fee;*»a49 ,approy|n« said Report, jBlaj8jfyin.g S^J^Jawfl^J*** .. jOladys 'and' Elmo autoed to Omaha, Monday, i ' ' Mr. and Mm. W. O. Resh and son, George, autoed to Emerson Friday. Master Joe Dawson of Riverton spent the week end with Marvin Pontow and Mrs. W. D. Linthicum and son, Jim. Freddie Phillips of Red Oak visited Saturday in the D, R. Kidwell home, Irving Grayson has moved over from Emerson and will work for D, R. Kidwell and Jive in the Hathaway tenant house. Miss Carrie Luther and Miss Isabelle Varley visited over the week end in Omaha, Mrs, Clyde Wilson came down from Dea Moines Saturday and visited, until Jhe following day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Newell, squth of town. Quite a, number from here-attended the funeral of W. M. Collier at the hpme of his son, Elmer, near Mslvern, Tuesday. Mr, Collier Jived In this vicinity for a number of years and had many friends who feet sorrow over his passing and extend sympathy to thr bereaved relatives, Chas, Brown was taken quite picjc the past week with w a> tack 9,1 pneumonia, from which be (a »ow,sjowly recovering. , Mies Evelyn Balcom of Qlem wood Tfiaite4 BuM&y is the Bert QilUey home. We.hftve £wo new puplla in, «»tiQ4i} aene BUUB, of Omaha in the eighth grade an.g her slater in the fifth,. They are staying wijth Mft.aad Mrs. fiyweti PurceH an.4 will fiBlftb tba school term. _-.. Bafterbit HiflTb*' ti* speaker. The March church night sup- pet and program will be bete at the church the evening of March 81. Plan to attend. On fcaitn Sunday, April », the pastor wilt baptise and receive members into the church. Cone to chnreh nett Sunday at 10 o'clock. Sermon subject, "three Questions," the second in the series on "Christians and Easter." church school at 11 o'clock with a review lesson on "Jesus, Oar Example in Service.*' Clarence Hunt and family from east of Silver City were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Withelm. Donald Anderson of Neoia spent Wednesday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fitch and little daughter, Violet Joan, of Pacific Junction were guests last Thursday in the W. H. Maddocks home. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Rimel drove to Bedford Friday morning and spent the day with their son, Dr. Warden Rimel, and family. B. J. Lookablll and his father, J. F. Lookablll, of Hastings made a trip to Shenandoah last Thursday. The latter took a truck load of hogs to the market there tor his sou. Miss Neva Sell who is employed at the state institution .at Qlenwood visited from Sunday until Tuesday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sell. Ruth Clark of Malvern spent a few, hours Saturday in the C. - "• - ' ' a, -•-•-- HENDERSON Hflfe C«l*ttf*te* Sdtk Mrs. lairt Baraell of Omaha telrtateA hef eltnty-ninth bMn- day last Friday, they had open hottse fof her dtrMng the day Mrs. L. W. f^rtplett had baked a beantlfnl birthday cake and sent ft to her. sit enjoys pretty good health and hef many friends bete wish her many tsote happy birthday*. Thtlf Mr. and Mrs. Victor Norton celebrated theif twenty-fifth wed- dlftg anhivefgary fast Wednesday. their friends Wish them many inore anniversaries. Oaks Suadfty School Notes ...... __Jllsdale spent'a part of last week in the Chas. Wilhelm home called by the serious illness of Mrs. Nancy Mayberry. Her condition does not seem to improve, Mrs. Charley Jones from near Strahan made a brief visit in the C. M. Nelson home Friday and she and Mrs. Nelson made a business trip to Glenwood; Mr. and Mrs. Deo Severns of Glenwood drove out to the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Anderson, Sunday. Their children who had been visiting their grandparents, returned home with them. We are glad to report that.'Mr, and Mrs, Nels Olson who were both quite sick for '» few days are somewhat improved at this writing. They had the flu and sui* fered very severe after-effects for a time. Mrs, W, H, Maddocks gavB a party Saturday afternoon honor' ing the birthday of her daughter, Bdna, w&o was-seven years'old. The guests were schoolmates and their teacher. Weather was a. lit* tie unfavorable but they enjoyed indoor games and puzzles, Edna received several gifts which she much appreciated, Refreshments consj8te4 of chJcMen sandwiches, fruit sajaj, cake, and candy rabbits, Jt was a very enjoyable oc- —'— for.ail coacerse4, Those George Sntton who has spent most of the Winter at the Kls Dnysen home has moved back to his hone in Henderson. Mrs, Vie Wilson and daughter, Marie, of Macedonia were visitors in town Friday afternoon. A. J. ahd A. H. Harbor had business in Malvern Thursday afternoon. Hamilton turner and two sons of near Elliott were in town Wednesday afternoon, They were enroute to omaha. Mrs. W. B. Wheeler returned to her work in Council Bluffs Tuesday evening after a few days visit with her husband. Mrs, Ward Cunningham had as guests Friday afternoon to a bridge party: Mesdames Sheian, Waldo Edmondson, and Merrel Grouse. Elaine Small visited in Red Oak a few days last week. Qeo. W. Wilson and Chester Hallqulst were Omaha visitors Thursday. Axel Hansen and family who have been living on one of the A. 8. Paul farms .south of town for some time moved Saturday to Omaha. Mrs. Abel Williams of Wales has been on the sick list several days past with gall bladder trouble but is better at this writing. She has had several attacks before. A. J. Harbor and Mrs. Pearl Harbor were visitors in Carson Friday morning, Boe Houser attended a meeting of his oil company employes held in Atlantic Thursday. r«i_ JBlmer. flowers anflV Mrs. John .Rainbow served lunch: at , B»ddy WJIbelnj,; Ethel Nelson, Mm, ana Yelma QJay, Dorothy sad Silly Hftises, Wilbur May. berry. BUly 3»»4§rs f Richard aad gurry wwtwjaw, p^rsthy, aa^ Keith McOlure, Wp 7 Hft W t Owr en S< a&4 Fern, Ralph, Wayne, and E4na Maaiftcfes. The S^t Wfeerty eeaetwy 1»» dies will hslcj tfeeir regular meeting at the cburcjft ue«t 8:39; Th,J8 i» the time for the Walker aud, HPT tf^WW-'-IlibA sfternoon. The program and serving were; in keeping with St. Patricks' day. A pleasant afternoon was spent. Mrs, Half who is a sister of Mrs, Pearl Harbor, was a visitor. The afternoon was spent in quilting. Wm. McKeeney ajid family moved the last of the week on the farm vacated by Axel Hansen and family. Woody Brown of Carson visited in the Champ Harover home Friday. Miss Alice Amick who attends school in Tarkio, Mo, has spent the past week with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ken Williams were entertained Thursday evening for supper in the Lon .Coleman home, Hiram Cool, Jr., met with quite a serious auto accident Friday, His car collided with another car smashing them up pretty bad. He was taken to the Jennie Bd- mundson hospital where it was thought his skull was fractured. One leg was fractured and he was bruised up considerably. At latest reports be was getting along .well as could be expected and all his friends hope he continues to improve. Fisher and wife of Macedonia visited in the p, B, Edmond borne Friday evening and •day, The Fishers moved to ft farm near Macedonia this *eS« / Brady Walker of MaiverB was friers here Tuesday Bft , the BarJ AWeaaworth was d«n,t8i wpjrk, done |« of the week. M.r. iad Mrs, Ji« , yore Re4 ,wb»., has 8|ck. several Wiejis.Jg atjll the care at « doctor h«t is quite a. bit better BOW awl it is tbPUKW will he aWe to start tp sefeftol 9009, from arouad ggre who fcffia ip CaUfernJla. tfcfi i fWrt&giiake umm fe&nti R The Farmers National bank of Henderson reopened for btsiaets again last Saturday after the holiday declared by the U. 8. tot aft banks a couple of weeks ago and are tow doing business again as ngnal. After doing without a bank for that long there was MMrf ally quite a rush for a time and John Rainbow came In to assist In caring for the busiriess. it is a pretty hard matter for a town to do without a bank and handle much business. the members of the B. V. K. club were entertained Friday afternoon in the Mrs. R. L. South home. Mrs. C. H. Amick and daughter and Mrs. Sheian were in Omaha Thursday afternoon. Lee Webster Who has been in Garden drove most alt winter came In last week for a few days stay. CHAMPION HILL On account of the March blizzard that reached us Sunday our Sunday school was dispensed with for the week. We have not missed many Sundays this year and hope for pleasant weather next Sunday and a full attendance, Joe McLains and Elolse Liddell spent Tuesday evening with the Kocherspergers helping Jean celebrate her birthday. Eloise remained over night with her. Jean visited her aunt, Mrs. Liddell, in the forenoon. Ella Huntsman arrived Friday night from Stennet for a few days visit with her father, J. E. Gibson, and to help her sister, Mrs. Berta Griffin, care for him. We are sorry to report that he is not quite so well as at the last wit- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Killlon of Oakland visited the Kochersper- gers Thursday. In our report last week we neglected to mention the name of Dick smith as one of the men who attended the Holiday meeting in Des Moines the first of the week. Mrs. P, N. Liddell was called to the home ot her sister, Mrs. Kochersperger, Thursday afternoon on, account of the serious freed, We are glad to report her back to her usual health. Marion Briggs enrolled as a student in the Keystone school ast week. Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Allen and Virgil Liddell were Malvern visitors Friday afternoon where Sirs. Allen had some dental work done. Lon Hatfields visited her sister, 3onnle Anderson, and family near Wesley Chapel Tuesday. Mrs. Bullington and her daugh- ;er, Corrine, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with their sou and arother, Louie, and family. John James was shelling corn .he last of the week. Mr, and Mrs. Merrill Briggs were Omaha visitors Tuesday. Joe McLaln was- - among the Red Oak visitors Saturday. Mrs. Kochersperger called on Mrs. Boyer Friday while Mr, Kochersperger made a business trip to Malvern. m, mm the sodden retntn of weath-er with siiow and a cold northwest Wit»d that Was nearly a Mltzard the first part of the week pat a stop to whatever far» Work was nnder way in this locality. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and baby who hate been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parker the past year or so. returned to Omaha last Week where Mr. smith expects to work as a painter. Less Shaw has about 160 of the 860 head of sheep with which he started feeding grass, alfalfa hay and corn last fall, the rest having been marketed. The sheep average about 90 pounds in Weight.. As soon as they are 100 pounds or thereabouts in weight he wilt market them. 0. F. Wills and family have a rooster of the Buff Orpington breed that, unlike all other roosters they ever had or raised, is quite pugnacious. While Tom Wills was starting to school one morning the rooster gave him such a peck in the leg as to cause htm to whirl around and take notice of what it was that had given his leg such a Jab. On another occasion their four-year- old granddaughter, Dorothy Danford, was attacked by the rooster. She backed tip against the house as the rooster assailed her with his beak and made an outcry that brought her mother running to her rescue. The little girl now fears that rooster as she would a vicious dog. W. A. Bowers is kept rather busy these days looking after his Duroc Jersey sows that have to date farrowed 175 healthy and thrifty pigs. He would have had more than those if one of his best sows had not strayed from the premises. When ho found her in a timber pasture along a small creok she had made a nest and farrowed 14 pigs. But the pigs were all dead, having rolled from the nest down the bank into the water. Mr. Bower's herd of hogs, shonts and Jigs now numbers nearly 300. Record of fnstruitients fried tit the office of the Recorder and CTerk of tJtstrtct Court of Mflit* county, iowa, from March 3, 1933, at S a. m. to March 10, 1933 at 8 a. ». (One deed: 3. H. Peterson t$ Farmers St. Bank, filed, btrt n*l of record). Clara M. Swansoii to Mltehell. (W. D.) $1 A V. Lot 1, Blk. 11, Gleasott'A Add.* Ptdftc Junction. A. L. Largent to Sarah E. Lar-» gent, (W. D.) $346. Lois 3)0, 391. 392 and Pt. 393, Hast' Ings. Wm. Wlndom to Ola May O'Dell, (W. b.) $160. Pt. Blk. 1§« Academy Add., Malvern. Barry Taylor to Sadie Taylor, (Q, C. D.) $1. Land in Sec. 34 and 27-71-43. Mrs. Edith Brett to Bessie L. Hatten, (W. D.) $1 A V. C. Land In 8-71-40. T. L. Caley to Delilah Caley, (W. D.) $1000 ft V. C. ti. 60 ft. Lot 20 of Sec. 12-72-43. Trustees 0 ten wood Cemetery to Wright Perkins, (Cem. Deed) 176, "Half of Lot 841" Olen- wood Cemetery. Trustees Qlenwood Cemetery to Mrs. W. Frank Vest, (Cem. Deed) $76. Ett Lot 846, Qlen- wood Cemetery. The New York legislature is considering a model pistol bill. Our Idea of a model pistol is one which squirts water. NOW is the time to order your Stromberg Quality Chicks. Healthy and vigorous. Economy Chicks low as $3.96, Leghorns, $6.50, Wyandottes, Orpingtons, nas, $6.26, — STROMBERQ HATCHERY, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Sheriff's Sale BY VIRTUS OF AN EXECUTION directed to me from the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Mills County, towa on a judgment obtained In said court, on the 28rd day of February, 1933, In favor of L. A. Andrews, Supt. of Banking, Receiver of Iowa State Savings Bank, Malvern, Iowa, as Plaintiff and against Nellie Alstrope Frit*, as Defendant, for the sum of $2,113.49 and costs, taxed at $1,491.48 and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real Estate situated in Mills County, Iowa, taken as the property of mild Defendant to satisfy said execution to-wlt: Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8), Block Six (6) Academy Addition to the Town of Malvern, Iowa. and will offer the same for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand at The Court House in Q Ion wood, Iowa, on the 22nd day of April A. D., 1933, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. 20th day of March, A. D. 1933. W. S. De Moss. 36-2 Sheriff of Mills County. White Cloud School News A health club was organized last week. Lorene Bryan, Donald Piburn, and Ruth Summers were elected as officers of the club*. The duty of the officers is to plan iome kind of a health program lor Friday afternoon. Last week leajth compositions and safety slogans were given by members of the club which include all p\t* pils above the second grade. The first grade is reading chapter five of the first reader. The second grade also is start* ng in on a new supplementary reader this week. We expect to finish at least four or five good second grade readers in addition to simple magazlua articles, etc, Those who were on the honor oil for this six weeks are: Donald Piburn, Loreue au4 Otho 3ryan, Josephine Bal$o*ier, Ruth, Bill, and Dick Summers. We are keeping s, daily record of the time when we brush our eeth, Each week if we brush our eetu daily, we get a point added to our citizenship grade. Recently the Bvyan children >rpught some peacock feathers or us to examine. They surely e beautiful. lia»t Monday we made A large bulletin board to be use4 as « place where we way pin up event- ill hapwwlUKJ aud ourreut §V»nU thttt we flixd W« read the dally W* Me happy to kftow tUa» if* CM* Baj$o»iw fete haftM rfe tlactad aa a uieuihap of uur uchoal BSW^WW **w ¥ flW^HMP^fft *"^ ~^W WTW"*ft la »w» ft* COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS OFFICE OF THE COUNTY AUDITOR Mills County, Glenwood, Iowa, February 20, 1933. On this the 20th day of February, 1933, the Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment of February 6th, with all members present and acting. The minutes of the meeting of February Oth were read and approved. The following claims were allowed: Louis Bostedt, wolf bounty—County Fund , * JO.00 C. B. & Q. R>R. Co., freight—Maintenance Fund 003.63 Alfred Delavan, listing dogs—Dom. Animal Fund 11.70 Whitney W. GJUilland, attorney fees—County Fund 25.00 Listen L. Hall, court reporter—Court Expense Fund 11.80 OttO'Judkins, Co. Treas., gopher bounty—County Fund 16.20 Otto Judkins, Co. Treas., Juror's certificate — Court Expense Fund 12.40 Henry King, labor—^McCartney Levee Fund 2.00 R, W. Rhoades, P. M., postage—County Fund 42.30 Harry Norton, wolf bounty—County Fund 30.00 G, A- Spelbrlng, board of education—County Fund 1.96 Claude E. Wilson, board of education—County Fund 3.80 Carl Wilson, wolf bounty—County Fund 10.00 A. M. Watts, wolf bounty—County Fund 10.00 A. P. Phillips, registrar—County Fund 1.60 Paul Flammant, registrar—County Fund 1.00 L. W, Boyle, registrar-—County Fund _, „ 2.76 Wayne D, Choate, registrar—County Fund _„-- 9.60 Gladys QJilelland, registrar—County Fund 3.00 Cora B. Comer, registrar—County Fund 2.60 O. C. Cole, registrar—County Fund , .76 Henry Boyer, provisions—Poor Fund , 16.26 Drs, Dean & Howard, medical aid—Poor Fund 35.00 R. W. Davis, provisions—Poor Fund 6.00 Fullerton Lumber Co,, provisions—Poor Fund 6.81 Glenwood Lumber & Coal Co., coal old ladies' home—Poor 58.20 Dr. D. W. Harman, medical aid—Poor Fund 26.25 Chas. Hambsch, provisions—Poor Fund 6,15 Dr, MoM Hanchett, medical aid—Poor Fund —~, 70.00 Dr. Wm. Kerr, medical aid—Poor Fund —, 5.00 S. S. Livengood, fuel—poor Fund _-_- 7.00 Montgomery County, provisions—Poor Fund (Not allowed) 5.68 Dr, J. G. McCue Est, medical aid—Poor Fund 35.00 Dr. I. U. Parsons, medical aid—Poor Fund - 4-60 There being no further business to come before the Board at th}s time they now adjourn to meet on March 6th, 1933. Attest:—E. A. SOHADJ3, Approved:—W. B. AGAN, County Auditor. Chairman Board of Supervisors. OFFICE OP THE COUNTY AUDITOR Milla County, Glenwood, Iowa, March 6, 1933. On this the 6th day of March, 1933 ( the Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment of February 20th, with all members present and acting. The minutes of the meeting of February 30th were read ana approved. The following claims were allowed: W. E. Agan, supervisor—County Fund „_? 23.13 Halden 0. AUekruse, Assist, clerk of court—Court Expense 54.00 B. O. Brulngton, court reporter—Court Expense Fund 31.00 T. G, Byerg, bailiff grand Jury—Court Expense Fund 2,00 C. B. & Q. R. R. Co., freight—Maintenance Fund ,. 551.49 (Buy Breeding, supervisor—County Fund 31.14 Mildred Clark, clerk grand Jury—Court Expense Fund ,- 2.00 0, D. DelUaahmutt, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund - 8.80 Q, R, Hy4<j, Buuervlwr—-County Fw»4 ,,r—,..,. , 38.7$ Otto Judkinj, Co. Treas., juror certificates—Court Expense 99.20 Otto Judkins, Co. Treas., gopher bounty—County Fund .. 18.00 u. f*. Kinney, Cwl. t&y cQllaoior—County Fuu4 -.,-,. 87.79 Mr«. J. B. King, matron old ladles home—Poor Fund 30.00 g98*ya M. Raajoaer, Awtet, Co. recorder—County Puu4 , C.M R, W, Rhoa4«», p. M., pa»tttge-~eounty Fund 10,4.1 Railway Iwrait Agency, «£«!»—Couuty Fund 1U4 Pay Roil No. If, Fftbjrw&ry rojuU werk~MiUu"t«ttfttt«u~FuuU 346.8S M ft* S»- J!' l%*mv m% *»rt-M5w«a«M«> ^4 ui.jji aai.ii

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